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WEDNESDAY, MAY 26,--1858
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STATE CONVENTION. ' .;
THE' citizens of Philadelphia; and of
the several Counties of the Commonwealth, tMpos
the Licompten - Swindia and the Despotic policy of
the National Administration—in forcing upon the peo
ple of Kansas a Constitution in defiance of their-known
wisttok and in gubverstan of the-great right of. seitgo
marnmaint--tield in favor of a sound American Policy in
opposition to the policy and Intrigues of foreign Govern
mints, int &twisted to Send Delegates—equal In num
ber.to-.their Representative and - Setistomiar the-State -
-isigisbitut6=to txmayat HARRISRUItO; In the Mail of
,the Holum of Represetatives,•on THURSDAY, the-Bth
datofJIII:10858, at 2 o'clock, P.M., to nunfinate State
°Meets, unit transact such other bush:moos the oxig-,
'hetes of the tittles may demand.
fly order (if the 'State Committee. e
. IptIMUNI. TODD, Chairman, I
Nowaitfi fitcPniasort. Seel: -
Carll4l<!; May 1.7, 18513. .•
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'STANDING COMMITTEE : MEETING.
• The inembOrs of tlq3. American-Republican
',Standing Committee of:Cumberland County,
are requelited to meet in Carlisle, at the
~, F ranklin House," (Ilannon'e Hotel) on Sa-
Way, Jiine 6th, 185t3,'at II o'clock, A. M , to
'make, irrtitgements for the election of Delo
getea to represent this County in the Stale
Convention, to be held at Harrisburg, on tlig
:every member should be present.
• : • TWO OF THE COMMITTEE.
In view of the above call, wo-publisff a full
list of the gentlemen comprising the Standing
Committee; as appointed by the Union County
Convention,. on the 25th of September, 1857:,
Lower Allen—Jacob Zug '
Upper Allen—Levi Merkel.
Carlisler East Ward Charles Meager.
West Ward—James M. Allen.
East Pennsboro—E.-0. Dare. .
tlanAiden—Thomas B. Bryson.
• Bopewell—R.. B. Laughlin. •
Mechanicsburg—;Robert Wilson. •
Monroe—David L. Devinney. •
New Cumberland=—Owen Jamas..
North Middleton George L. Clark..
Shipperisburg Borough—James M Butte
.South Middleton—J. W. Craighead.
Shippensburg 'Township—Jas. G. Kuhn."
West Pennsboro—George Rea..
• Newville—Jesset. R. Fry.
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' STATE CONTENTION . — It -giyea us' pleaspre io
notice the fact, that the call by the Chairman
of the. State Committee for a State Convention
on theAth of July neat at Harrisburg, meets
tke ready. .approvat of the opposition .papers
generally. The'Reading Journal, one of'tlie.
most, reliable and influential organs of the
American Republican party in the State. in
noticing the call says:
It will now become the duty. of the Opposi
tion party in this county to.choose delegates
to represent Berks. .This . Iran be_ done, any
time between — this and the 4th of July. We
suggest that a County goofing be called; of
which at least three week§ pre•tious notice be
given so that all Tersons interested may at
tend if they see•proper.,_ • .
Itafforde 1.10 mueWiratification to add that
the-very best feeling prevails in the Opposi
Lion ranks throughout the state. AII seem to
be impressed with: the .importance of union
and cooperation. This is well, and if adhered
to, will secure us , a glorious triumph the
Octobercontest. '- • •
_DEATH or GEN._ SMlTll.—Gen. — Persifer F.
Smith the commander . of, the Utah army died
tit Fort Leavenworth, on Sunday the 10th inst.
.His remains have been brought east. Gen.
Barney succeeds to the command of the
Gen. Smith was a native of Pennsylvania
and some of his relatives reside in Philadel
'phis. - At an early ago he emigrated ti.Loulii - -
ana and,.=menced the praCtise of law. But
he always evinced a strong ambition for mili
tary distinction, arid at quo Oink coMMinilMd .
a body of Louisiana volunteers in the Florida
war. On the breaking out ~opllll3 Mexican
'war, in 1846, when a requisition was made
upon• Louisiana for volunteers, Gen. _Taylor
,especially requested tliai Smith should be call
-41d1 into active service. Upon the organization
new regiment of mountedrifleMen, Presi
dent Polk gave Smith a commission as Colonel
in the regular army, to command this regi
. ment. This commission is dated"27th of May
1847, Col. Smith immediately joined the army
under Gen. Taylor, and participated, in the.
siege of Montery. For his gallant services on
this occasion, President Polk conferred •upon
him the rank of Brigadier General by brevet.
Gen. Smith remained with Gen. Taylor un
-411 the expedition to Veratrtiz was determin
ed upon, when he was among those detailed to
join Gen. Scott. Illness prevented hie tuk
ing'an active part in the prosecution of this
wonderful campaign, until the forces arrived
in the valley of Mexico. Herehe planned and
achieved the victory of Contreras, one of the .
moat glorious actions of the war. Upon the
• :garde day, Gen. Smith, participated in the bat-
tleof Churubusco, where, according to Scott's
official report, he' ..directed the whole attack
in..frant,_with hislabituaLco • oiness and brave-
Ty.i' Subsequently, Gen. Smith was appoin
ted one of the negotiators of the armistice.
When hostilities were resumed, Gen. Sinith
.participated in the storming • of Chapultepec,
-and also in the terrible conflict at the Belen
Gate of tltc capital.
• After the close of the war e Gen. Sinith, no*
pfilitjtif - Generitl by Brevet, continued pi the,
regulnelerinycand, as Commander'of the Pa
cific and South-western divisions, rendered
• important service. Recently ho was selected
to take command of .the forces 'despatched
Against the MormOns, but his untimely dtelh,
"Ints prevented his aoideving now successes in
*most difficult field. •
..be. We learn from the Yoik . (Pa.) Demo-
Siratic Press, that the Rev. JosEru A. Meaear,
Or the lsst eighteen or.tWenty years Pastor of
the .Piesbyterian church of Dillsburg, Y6Tlc
:,01110, is about to resign his position and re-:
Aire from his labors: The Roy. Mr. MURRAY
lee been en efficient Christine minister ; and
the interest he hag always manifested in the
ssneeess of our Cffiffiffon SehoolemuStonake us
' lhal:_very:_sensiblf4e_lass_we_shaltsustairt by
.his withffrawal from the field of his former
usetelness.. We presume that the community
AltWhieh he resided for so long a time. and.to
'erhich he had endearenimself in his pastoral
; office, will suffer meat bY.his retiring."
Mr: MURRAY is a natiye of Carlisle; and we
:Obit:etc fie'retires fro.mthe ministry on no,.
,hreutit* ig health. 2 •' • '
, TINVIIDM. Or TEM PuuLio WollBB.—On Wed-
Ili;;411417 Itud, Gov. Packer, 'Judge Knox, .the
Attorney General, and Mr. Morehead, Presi
...deixtCf the ilunbury and. Brie Railroad Com- .
*l/: Consummated the sale of the State Ca.'
„ ,pee. The securities were given, the deeds
''st*eautett'and.delirered, and , the Governorlas ,
proolamationouthouneing the trans
-Jim. of all •the - publle work/ of the State to the
Sunbury. and Brief - Railroad Company
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tbe C anal Board is about to evaporate,
we would advlee the beiaoeratio s editore to take
#.0 1, 4 11 ' CeiaLCarapiJesioner'e Bag, .for fear it
•-• 111111 r See advertisement of Dr,. •Solooso's
liivietratorin-amither column:. •
' 'The American Dible"Society, Young Me'n'e
Christian.- Union, American
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Sooietyouid Tempe'renee 'Won; held' their
I: andirerEitiries in New Yoi4l, duriqg the poet
• i • . The Bible Society reports its years' receipts
at $809,769, including $252,880. from sales of .
books, and .$37 4 928 from'donations and
cies. During the year se itty-two new life
directors baize been added,' and 1,689 life mem,
bers..' In the same yehr eighty . -nine new auxil
liaVies,"most of them in the new States. and
' Territories. The books Printed have been
600 volumes in raised letters, •for the Blind ;"
making a total of 834500: The issue' of the
year has been 716,888 volumes, making. a to . -
tal, since th@ formation of the society, of
Oti Monday 150 pews in the tiew Methodist
`Episcopal church, corner of Fourth avenue
and Twenty-second street, New York, were
sold at auction, and a 'premiunt'was realized
of nearly $2,000. This is the first instance
in that city of the pews of a Methodist church
being sold at auction. She assessed value of
all the petts of This church is $120,000. This
church is to be under the pastoral charge of the
A farewell meeting was held on Monday
evening in4he Presbyterian church; Madison
Siutire,2k§W York, witlithe Rev; Dr. Scharff
tier,' missionary in Turkey, who is' about leav
ing this country for ConStantinople, to renew
his labors in' the missionary -----
The statistics• of the •New York Methodist
Episcopal Conference, which has been in Ses
sion in New York city, shows a total of 27,219
members, and 9,129 probationers,• and an in
crease of 598 Members,•apd of 4,552 proba
tioners during the past year..
• The thirty-fourth -annual-meetlng of -
Anierican Baptist Publication Society was held
- last week, at the Fourth Baptist Church, Phil
' adelphia: 'After an opening address by the.
President, lion. J. 11. Duncan, the. annual re
port' was read, shoviing the receipts.of the
year, to have been $60,586, an increase of
$41,532 . Over, the previous year, and the ex
--Penditures were $00;480. The numbei• of
colporteroput into Commission during the year
was fifty-three- t forty` in the United. States,
three in Canadit, , nine in Sweden and one in
-Norway: They together have reported 20,052
volumes sold, 4996 volumes given td the poor,.
187,184 pages of tracts distributed, 3,208 ser•- •
Mons. preached, 25,877 familieS visited, 802
converts baptized, 29 Sunday schools fok.med,
and 16 churches constituted. , ll. Du
ncan was re-elected president of the Society.
The Old School General Assembly of the
Presbyterian church, which has been in Sea
' sion at New Orleans, adjourned: last-week.—
The-next annual- meeting-will„be held Offin
dianopolis in: May. next. The report of the
Board of. Publication presents the following
statistics for the rapt }Tai t _ There hove been
l'orty : fivi new books, Of.which have
been printed 85,730 copies; nine new tracts,
24,1-00 copies; the Presbyterian Almanac.
30,000 copies. Total nuinber of new publica
tions, ;139,760 copies. Reprints of former
publicationsr 326:760 - copies), Total nurnbei"
published last year, 966,500 copies. The is
sue of new publications last year exceeded
that of the 'preceding year by.,14,600, and .is
stillfutther in' advance of any. other year in
the Board's history. The sales made- at the
• publishing house in Philadelphia during the
, past year htiveleen 191,998 voltimes. The
sales of tracts during the past year have
amounted to 796,968. Colporteurs have sold
128,92 , rvolumes; and gratuitously distributed
17,096. The receipts wera5126,960; expen
ditures $106,801. - The amount from sale of
books : tracts and Sabbath School Visitor has
been $80,842, and from ehulehes $17,160.
The proposition of Dr. Brackenridge to pub
lish a new commentary on the Bible, was' re
ferred to the next Assembly,
The Methodist Protestant Generar Corifer
;nee, has closed its sessions at Lynchburg.
Va., and will meet next year at Georgetimn;
D. C. During their meeting, the Rev. Dr.
Murray, from_ the library committee, replirted
in favor of a revision of the church hymn book,
and the . Con Terence appointed Rev. Josiah
Virden, Dr. J. J. Murray, Dr. E. 1. Reese,
'Dr. E. G. Waters and Luther Martin said
On motion, by 'Rev.' Dr. Murray, the book
agent and the superintendents of the East and
West Baltimore slations wore appointed a com
mittee to revise the discipline in accordance
with the legislation of this General Conference.
The ratio of representatioOnflie General
Conference was fixed at one minister and one
layman for every one thousand members, in a
certain contingency, rind fourteen hundred in
another; when, on motion, the Conference
adjourned sine the. •
On the night lifter adjournment, the dele
gate friim the remotearogion of Oregon made
his appearance, having been eau route since'
February last. ' -
liar Subjoined we extract from Bente:l%l
abridgment of the Debates in Congress, a de
scription pi - an interesting event in the his
tory of St. Louis, but little known to the count
.ry at large. ' . _ .
THE RIFLF.EEN OF THE WEEIT.MF Benton
stopped a moment to speak of an exploit too
little known to history. Ile said that the,
British and Indians, to the numberiif 1,600
appeared before St. Louis in the year 1780.
General George Rogers Clark was then upon
the American bottom 'with the conquerors of
Vincennes.and Kaskaskia. ‘he French of St.
Louis sent to invoke
-his had but
400 men, andlidihtliiiiiTeCitnedwith honor.
lie might have said-our numbers are too few
the river is too wide and rapid: you are
strangers and live beyend the confines of my
country; you may, be in collusion with the
enemy to draw me across the Mississippi, and,
to revengO in LoUisiana the defeat of your
countrymen in Illinois. But such was not
the language of General Clark nor of the 400
hair° men that. followed his steps, Ile or
they kn‘w not danger. Knew it not! May
their spirits pardon Me, said Mr. 8., for ap
mon. They did know danger-were born in
..its pree, and grew up oonipuny, and
• ouch one could say, with Ciesar— •
"Danger and I are brothers,
Twin lions whelped in one hour,
And I the older and more terrible."
• They were• the riflemen of the West, find
took, counsel, not from, danger, but from hon
or and courage. They divided int °Awe bodies
and marched to the relief of St. Louis. Two
hundred presented themselves opposite the
town, and two hundred crossed the river be
low At the sight of such Voidness the Brit
ish and Indians, believing them to be the van
guard of a army, suddenly retired, after
kiliug eighty of the inhabitants, and leaving
an inimesion of terro'r , which still narks that
year as an epoch' of calamity; "Panne du
coup. History, continued Mr. 11., tells of the
passage of the •Rliono and the Granicus ; but
here is the passage of a river unknown to his
tory; yet surpassing `the exploit of Hannibal
and Alexander as much in heroism and mag
nanimity as the Father of Floods surpassed in
magnitude the puny stream of Gaul and Asia,
• Minor. .
The York Alvoeate, of Nay 24th, says:
dounterreit'notes or the deuominstion of ten,
• dollare v upon the lark :Bank . are in;
, tiou.:".. It is
,said that they are so well executed
as to deceive Many 'who tire 'regarded its 'Coin
-potent jiidged.7 •
town ant, Counk Bllitttro.
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bleteoroloithrat-Itegister for the Weeh
Ending Dllny 24th, 1888.
1860..,) Thermo- . Remarks:. teeter.*
1 - 14iturday.,
Weekly 60 00
Mean. • '
*The degree Of heat in the above register is the dilly
sewage of three observations. •
We direct the attention of our. renders to
several now and important advertisements, in
tho-lferald of this week. , , ..•
-- :Thttfizz -- Sress; - . OfWeet - PentlabOrcir-wilLsell
on the 18th of Juno next, several valuttble
Wilding lots in ,thtivillage otPlainfield, which .
will no doubt attract the attentiOn.of
bite; several fine - houses. liar() - recently been
erected in that vicinity.
F. Gant:man & Co., invite the attention of
farmers to 'WiDoughby's Patent Gum Spring .
Drill. • • .
GEO. W. LIMIER having sold out his stock
dr goods to Leidich & Sawyer,' notifies those
indebted to him to call at his 'residence and
NATIOX,E, is on lime, with a new assortment
of watches, clock's and jewelry.
• &mom &11017811, offer for sale.a large stock
of coal and lumber, at. their coal and Ipmber
yard near thy. gas works. .„ .•;
Notices oh published also of John dfartzler
Administrator of Jacob Lucas, and M.. P.
Dill, administrator of Peter Dill deced.
SAWYER, have opened out with
n; largo stock of :heir goods at - Hitner'S old
stand: As they are strangers here, and wish
to establish themselves in 'business they will,
no doubt offer strong inducements to purchas
ers to ffeal with• them. '
MAR IEII3. —Although the almost con
alaht rain, has kept the roads in bad condi
tion our weekly markets are pretty well sup
plied: Grails:Butter sells at' 20 to 22, Eggs
10 cents peidozen. Potatoes 75 to 100, dried
-peaches-121 1 -pei quart, Ecof 10 to 12, mutton
9,-Veal 8 to 10, Pork=tlm_AspartiguM
radishes and currants, have made their.appear
ance in small quantities.
'The fish'inarket has become a Matter of
great convenience to our, citizens, they have
been kept well supplied with fresh shad dur
ing the season; and last week we had a car •
load , of Hlackfieh and Halibut, which were
sold 'readily at fair prices. We hope our
friends Harkness, and Yenenutelle'r and• oth
ers engaged in the business will continue it.
OUR WATERING 'PLACER.-CVO arc
informed that our friend Major Patton; has
sold out his lease of the Mount Holly Spritigs
to the Proprietors of thet. La*rence Hotel
Philadelphia. From the position which the
St. Lawrence holdc, as one of the most pcp
nlar Hotels in Philadelphia,we presume that
Mount Ifrolly Springs under the dune proptie-
tors will lose nothing of its character,: as an
elegantquimuier -resort, which it has enjoyed
for the last two years, under the able man
agement of Mr. Patton and his estimable
In addition to the above Hotel Mr. Mathew
Moore, still continues de the oltl stand, where
for so many years ho has catered for the . aom-
fort of the health-seeking community. Won
& Chandler at the Carlisle Springs, are nuk
ing extensive arrangements to render their al- ,
relay beautiful pia e,. still more attracitive.
Scott Coyle of the Doubling Gap so well known,
for its health giving mountain air, and roman.
tie salutary, is organizing his forces for a bril
liant summer campaign, and H. H. lttcr of
the Warm Springs, Perry County, will not be
behind his competitors, in the 'race for popuh
.lar favoi. .
These beautiful watering places are all with
in a few miles of Carlisle, and very soon
will be in the full tide of operation. For all
the eleinputkpf health, to be found in pure wa
ter, bracing mountain air, and freedom from
miasmatic influence, as well as in beauty
of scenery, these, several_resorts are un
equalled ; and the summer habitues of Cape
May or Atlantic city would find their health
. impro'ved by a visit to the
Mountain springs oft the Cumberland
The lute panic has-no doubt taught the
fashionable world a .lesson of economy, and
many will be forced to look at Newport and
Saratoga through the large end of the telescope,
but still tulistooraermay give itself an airing
hi the-country, for'One season, and save mon
ey by the change.
OF i`loitrii MIDDLETON.—
Cumberland is culled the mother of many
counties. She also - bids fair to be the prolific
mother of many townships. 'We learn that at
the last session of the Legislature, an effort.
was made to have a bill passed to divide North
Middleton township, from East to West,• funk
lug the Conodoguinet creek the line. • Oppo
sition was trade to this plan of division, and
the bill failed. Subsequently, the boitrt of
Quarter Sessions, on petition, appointed View
ors to run a line so as to divide the township,
North and South.
The Viewers appointed by the Curt are .
'Levi Merkel, William R. Gorges, and Christian
Titzel— Surveyor, Theodore D. Irish. They
are .to commence operations to-ray. starting
frorn_a paint. near Mr Baker's_cnjlie
Spring road, just below thelqile llill. A lino
North, from Sulupoint, fildFC'r
into two nearly equal parts. •
' WI)• have not heard'yer, that any name has
been selected for this yo . ung member of the
Confederacy. ye presume, however, that the
two townships will be known as Upper and
Lower North Middleton
•TNE CORN CROP.—OUr farmers, talc-.
ing. advantage of 2 few days of dry weather,
are kindly. engaged' with their corn Crop. Vie
unusual quantity of rain, which we have 'had
daring the month of. Nay, has operated very
much against the agrieultural Interests,. and
Sonic fears .are entertained that a second plant
ing of some 9d' the fields may be neeeeettry. , —
However, we learn'there Was, not much corn
planted - Obirlous to tlie wet weather, aud, it' le'
hoped that a favorable season will still give us
an average yield•-of corn; The whinit crop
looke„well„- att• gives . Abunilant promise of 6
plentiful barvest r '. . .; • , • ,
Itzetturrs.—Over fifty. Twilit& for the
Mounted. RZeiments o arrived :at 'tie .Carlisle ,
Barraoke laat wick froarthe "reenlting 'ataj
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, :LINE BETWEEN utOKINSON. AND . SOUTiI
AlinntArrtitt.—COl. 'Lewis flyer,. James . Gra
.hem and Johnl,Lutz VieWers,..and,Abraham
41iliberfOU.put'yeyilr,' under, an, order of the .
Court.o'f'f:ivarter SCBBIOIIB . , are now engaged
ittrunning the Iliiding,line . between the town
firsttirstline wan run;. we believe, in.IBISI kart
ing frown point known as . Ralston's Spring,
on the . Adanis county 'line. In the inpr!e or
time, att.the marks became obliterate& some
disptite arese!..as,tothe true line of division,.
many of the old settlers alleging,that, the cor
'rect line:was about'n,quartei : of'Hnile above,
what fOrmany.years las been iaken for the
original survey. The,preasnt survey ma re
view of a'llue which was run seme six months
9hb vere ltab
We have .been informed that the Viewers,
starting from the original point, and inclining
west of the supposed line, have discovered the
Ad Marks of the.original survey. If this bo
so, it will undoubtedly settle this vexed ques
tion. -It-wratbi he a reproach to the intelli
gence of the Coupty, to lot the question remain
unsettled. We don't want it to be said that
there are 'people in thii coun y who don't
4/0 — Last Sabbath 4118 a..day_lotig_to
be remembered by the childreitMf4hwygriotis
Sunday schools of our town. The salami con
neeted with - the yirst Lutheran Church hav
ing procured the services of the Rev. DANIEL
GARVEIt to give them a'sheteh mf his travels
tlirough Gie, Holy Land; eifeniled an. in-'
vitation td - tillflither schools to unite with theta
in hearing the address: Mr. Garver hoe lately
returned . from a journey through. Europe,
Eippt andyidestine and gave his . audienced ,
most interesting account of the sacred places
and Scenes through which he paSsed. The
address was delivered_on., Sunday' afternnon .
in the body of-the-church. TIM building was
crowded.tait,s utmost capacity, the lower floor
being filled with the scholars whilst the aisles
and'galleries were occupied by big children,
who appeared to enjoy the occasion as lima
as the little ones below: The one thousand
Sabbath school children who were there re
presented, told well:for the future hopes of
CARLISLE ARTILLERY ASSOCIATION.
—The'old members of the Carlisle Light Ar
tillery, held an adjourned meeting, at' the
Cogrt House, on last Saturdiiy. evening, _to
hear the report of the committee, appointed at
a p'revlous moetitig,.to draft a plan-of organi
zation; Calif. L. TOMO, from the committee,
reported a preamble and articles of association,
,which "veto unanimously adopted...
The association was then permanently or
ganized by the selection of the following•geh
amen as officers :• . .
Captain—D r R. 'KELLER.
dal LieutenaotO•JouN HALBERT.
2d Lieueentinf—E. 11. ]3iDDLe
Quar(er Nxtfier—E; CORMIAN.
The association also decided to .celebrate
the coming:4th of July inn appropriatenib),
'per, and committees were appointed to make
the necessary arrangements.
The next meeting will be held on the even
ing Of Saturday the 12th of June: -
CARLISLE 'DEPOSIT; ItANK. , —By refer
ence to anotfier column, our - readers will no
tico,the resignation Of WILLIAM N. BEETEM,
Esq., as Cairder. of this Institution, which - Wife
handed in', tin the 12th inst., and the conse
quent actionne the Bdard of Direebira, in the
eleolion'ef-ei N. C. AlusskurAN, is hi.tfue
censor ; to wllich is added the report of, the
committe appointed to investigatelhe affairs
of the Ba .' .
Under t direction of Iffr.:l3weram; the af
fairs:6f the Mink have been ably and profita
bly managed, and the report of the investigat
ing committee, on that point, cannot but be
satisfa'ctoryi,to the community. Mr. N. C:
MUSSELIVAN, the present Cashier, has been
long connected with the Bank, nnd pofisessing
Superior qualifications for the post he now
occtipiff, Will make'a popular and efficient of
INFANTIcID2.I4ISt, week a man named
John• Rider, and his wife, living in !Ronnie
township, were arrested and' committed to
prison' charged with the murder Of
child about eight weeks old. An inquet was
held on the body of the child, by *Coroner Mc
Clellan, awl a post n;oreeni examination' made
by Drs, pal 6 an 4 Kieffer. The jury after °Liz
taming all the facts in. the case, made .return
that the child came M its death by violence
Mrs. Rider IMs since been released from prison
on entering into recogniiiincea in the stim..of
]llOO dollars for her appearance at the August•
NATIONAL FOUNDRY.—Last week we
.called attention to the fact, that dongress had
before them a bill authorizing the establish
ment of a National Foundry, and spoke of
Cumberland einuty as a favoiable location for
tin establishment of that nature.
Since that, we notice that' efftirteare-being
made, in Heieral counties,• to effect the same
.object In view' of the advantages which this
county would deri;te•from its establishment
here; we conSiderTit-the-duty-of-onr-eitizeus
to make an effort for it.
TRIBUTE OF RESPECT
-7—At aJneeting of, the " Union UltilosOphical
Society." - held' May 171.11, 18113, the following
preamble and resolutions were adopted:
Once more we are, called upon to pciy our
tribute of respect to a departed brother. Jo-
SEMI J. STRWAILT died at his home, in Green
briar county, Va., on the 12th instant. Ills
death was' eminently peaceful —resting' in a
sweet censelousne.s of u Saviour's love, he
passed away from 'Earth without. u Struggle.
And. while feeling deeply our bereavement,
let us remember that "our loss is his infinite
. Therefore. as a memorial of his worth, and
in sympathy, with his afflicted family, we offer
these resolutions :
I:llesalited, - Thart he members - of the-Union-
Soehtly_tuty.Cheard with the deepest regret the
aribouncement of the - d - eVet - iiieertheir Walter
J.' J. 13TISIVAILT.' . That, in his-death, the Union
Society has lost 'meg its brightest ornaments,
his class one of its noblest spirits, and his
companions it true, disinterested. friend.
. 2. Resolved, That our cordial sympathies be
tendered to the bereived family of the de
ceased, and ,that .oar earnest prayers
fered, that God nifty - impart to them tlie cow
fort .which lie' alone can give, in this time . of
8. Reto/ved, That we drape our Hal, and
wear the usuarbadge of . Inouriiiiie for
4: Reim/red; That these resolutions be en
tered on the minutes. and' published In the
Carlisle Herald and Greenbriar'eounty.papers,
and that a ,Dopy of the Same be sent to the
family of the doe.eased.
• . 8. M. MOPHERSON,
• • .ROBERT N.- BAER; •
• . IVAL J. STESENSON, •
;JOHN C. BROOKING.
: • • . Committee.
,xmouricei,,—Last'Fritlay, William Williams
convicted of the murder of Dardel : Haudriaks
near ,I.ykenstowu county wait hung
. ,. . .
at Harrisburg. • He.wae native:lot Dauphitt
Important from IVarhlngton ,
WASHINGTON, May 22. 7 —The Secretary of
the Navy has just issued orders to Commander
llaristein to proceed immediately to N. York,
and assume mihmitind of the steamer Arctic;
also to Comalidbr John Rodgers, to take
cOmmantrof the steamier Water Witch, also at
the Brooklyn Navy " Yard, to fit them outwith
'out delay, and proceed
.to the Gplf irt search
the—British steamer._ Styx, and interpose
American guns between the British cruisers
and one merchantmen.
Other vessels will follow as rapidly as they
can'be prepared for the service.
The president is determined to pin, a slop•
to these outrages. at once, and if -a collision
should result, - the• responsibility must rest
upon the British government. which gave the
offensive orders, and the English Minister
I here, who doubtless knew the instructions'
which hadbeen given to-,their officers on that
Senator Mallory reported to-day from his
committee n bill authorizing the construction
of six„sCrew sloops of 74r, of draught not to
exceed fourteen, feet, one ty be a side-wheel
steamer for the China seas, with draught of
The" Rouse Naval Committee will report a
bill on Monday for the immeyiate construction
, of ten gun boats, and it is understood the
Committee on Foreign Rotations will Move to
amend by increasing the number to . thiFiy. •
The feeling of Congress is so strong on the
'subject of the outrage. by England, that it is
believed these measures will pass by an almost
. The prompt measures taken by the Navy.
Department to-dny are due to the personal
efforts of Senator Mallory and GOv. Winslow,
of the Senate and House Naval Committees. •
The news front Utah, if reliable, shows that
the valiant Mormons, after all the blustering
of Brigham Young and the - Saints, litte, to
some extent-, ingloriously surrendered. goy.
. Cumming, on the invitation of Brigham Young,
has entered Salt, Lake City,_ and some of the
.‘,Sainf.." have fled to the Southern portion of
the Territory:. The,Washington Union says:
, It'. the news prove true, it,will be welcome
indeed. lt is hardly consistent with-the ire'
T' ionseduces we had -received o e vigorous
measures taken by the:Mormons-to out off our
supply trains and harass our army in detail:
but the news is 'eo.gratifying nit' so welcome,
. Ihefew are disposed to question it. If true,
it will be a new proof of the value of energetic
matisurps_, and a stern policy, on the part, of
government towards rebellion.
Mere passivity or non-resistance on the part
'.of the Mormon's. in the preSence of our army.
will amount, however, to very little in- the set
tlement of this Mormon trouble. The real
Cu' se of Utah. is' ite impostor, Brigham Young;
and even' if the news be true of his pacific
overtures te the officers -sent out by the gov
ernment. we doubt whether it can be regarded
as a bona ,fidc submission,- Nff'settlement of
. the Utah difficulty can be regarded as effectual
or reliable which leaves this impostor in the
exercise of his dominion over the religious
mind of that community. We may have the
semblance of peace._but there can_ be_no,peace_
. indact between the federal government and
tli'CATSiiii - vadifyWlieitOknowleilgo—Young dB,
their ruler and prophet. Nor can there .be
any security in that community for the citizens
of the. United States who 'profelei a different
belief, so long as - the despotism of the Mormon
church remains... Were the reported news
. true; therefore, we should be slow to regard
it as corlclusive of peace ; to regard any peace
as reliable which left Brigham Young the des
pot of Utah.'
Government intends keeping:a large military
. force in Salt Lako valley, and will make Salt
-- Lake - City a - thipdt Tor 'stores and 'equipments.
Even if the late Utah intelligence prove trim;
' the supply train, will bo pushed ou and com
munication established and maintained be
tween Fort Leavenworrh and Salt Lakc.,,,
BAGGED AT •L'AST.,—.TIiG fqowing dispatch
has been received by the commissioner of In
dian affairs at Washington:
' • • HEAD Or-PAES, May 18, tt ,
via NEW ORLEANS, May 14.' • • - '
I am here with Billy BoWlegl3 and one hun
dred and sisty-five Florida . Boutin des,: on
board U.. S. steamer prey ,Cloud.. Wide you
. .partioulars from Pensacola., • .• "
Clue. . . .
Acting Pominiasioner of Indian Atialis. - . •
-Thus the Florida•
:' , ,promised at'
- tissitolast OS long as the,Pnion, is lip
urinated...... „ • •
41A.RIA I 141 , 1411$1/` BAN •
To TIU PRESIDENT ,- AND illitlpoTOltik: OF THE
'Gentlemen:. I tender, you
mpresignation as t'aiihier of the Dank.... In
cominuniCating to yod my intention to sever
the eonnection existing between us, words will
not'express the deep - and kiddlY feellinks;l
have towara each and every member of the
Board; from all I hay; received evidences -of
kindness which shall ever bdremembered.
In glifing effect to my ; detoimination to
Make this communication to you, ( find it he
severest trial'of my life.: . My health and my
duty to my family requike it. '
------ you - will pMmit - Mo tp'snyi-thatifitisoTeasono,
and no other;. induce me to take this step, and
- it affords me unaloyed pleasure to express my
firm conviction that 'tholtank is in a healthy
and prosperous condition, and with the earnest
hope that it may so continue..
• The institution has my best wishes, and
shall always have my Mforts in its behalf.,
, I remain, very truly,
W. M BEETEM;
CANLIBLE DEPONIT BANK, May 12, 1858.
The resignation obW. M. Beetom, Esq., as
Cashiel• of this Bank, was` this day accepted'
by tho 'Board,, and the following resolutions
• • Resolecil, That in accepting the resignation
of W. M; Beam, hisq , Into Cashier of this
Bank; the Board express sindere 'regret that
his -impaired health requires hid: to.give up a
'position which he has for so long a time occu
pied-to the great.advantage. of the institution.
and tli' satisfaction of the community ; and'
that the Board has entire confidence in the
assurance that the institution is in a healthy
and prosperous condition.
That in parting with our' Into
worthy;Cashier, the Board tender him their
cordial thanks for the courto,sy and kindness
which has marked his intercourse with the
Board; and that the Board entertain for him
the kindliest feelings of.esteem and confidence.
It. was further ordered, that the following
statement and abstract of the minutes of the
Bank, be published:
" May* I'_, 1858. =On motion, - Richard Par
ker. Thonnul Paxton, W. B. Mullin, A. Bolter,
and it C. Woodward, were appointed a COm
mittee to investigate the affairs of the Bank.
" May 10.-The Cinntnittee,' after a most
thorough and eareful examination, in detail,
of the condition.of the Bank, report:
"'That they aropleased to give theirtestimo=
uy to the accuracy And admirable manner in.
which the business was condlicted, and that
they have no hesitation in declaring the Bank
not only solvent,' but in a 'ln airily and pros
perous condition.? "
Ws with pleasure, therefore, that' the-Board
avail themselves of this - opportunity' to assure
the stockholders that the solvencymf the Bank
has not been in the least impait'ed by the ex
-eontinereitti crisis through which it has
just passed and that , no-efforts.on the part of
the Board shall be spared to maintain the in
tegrity of the institution, and continue its use
fulness to the community.
_ RICIIAItP PARKER, _
N. C. MirsseLmAN, Cashier
Pu YsICAh. E DUUATI oN.--An,gpsny, on
this subject, which was rend before the Teach
ers' Institute of Cumberland county, by J. S.
IlosTorron, has been published bysre,quest or
the 'lstituto. ' It, is a valuable production;
and strongly :Onforces the importance of this
branch of science, as a study in schools. The
author is so well known, as man of enlarged
experience, in everything relating yo the in
struction of yeilth, that we have uo doubt his
essay will have a wide circulatiOn.4"
Progreis of the Mormon War
(Our Nook Zit*.
aler TEE WESTAIINETER REVIEW for April
'COntenti.' I. Tho Religion of Positivism. 2.' s
Recd)lections 06yro,n. and Shelly. 8. China:
Past, and Present. .4. Party Government. p..
The Doscobel Tracts. :6.r Our Relation -to- the
Princess. of ' ndia. 7. .Medical Reform. 8:
Organization of the WOr Doparynent. 9: Con- -1
temporary ?Literature.. All these papers are
treated is that. scholarly mariner for 'which
'"The Westminster" has earned an enviable
reiutation. A more extended notice hereafter.
,her °OUST for Juue is already:out ivith
t The First Step" is an engraving so expres
sive, that we are certain it will make all old
bachelors 'bestir tliemselves to procure limit.
"other Ittlf/" . The "contents" comprise
charming interesting Gossip, Notices of
new Boots and now Fashions, besides hints on
a host of subjects.: The lifty-seyenth veltime
commences with the:July number. So send
'on your subscriptions' to L. A. Godey, Phila
delphia Piper has it. . •,
AllAtti; for Juno, is
. 011 our table: Wel
come,-asusual. ' "Graham" always deserveS
praise... Its stories
,are ttlwaysfull" of interest,
~ts7rnetTp = tile-nys=[v'orth=rencTing,—an`r}-eta: ]tip -'
itnes Env Talk" is always spicy, making one
wish the next number-would Miro' along. A
new volume commences with the July number,
and now ie a favorable time .te join in" for
something good. Address iiratsezi co.,
Philadelphia. Tern's, $3 op, Piper always
has a supply. . ,
PETERSON, for Juno, sustains the reputation
of its predecessors. This "Magazine" is dirt,
cheap at $2 00. fts pages are never dull and
uninterestikg, and its fashions, patterns, Sze.,
are always..!_‘_.o..K,'! Among its contribmors
are some of the best writers in the country,
and we understand that with the new vOiume,
Commencing with the Ju'y number, " MRS..
IV:MIENS' New MONTHLY" will be merged into
'Peterson, and the writers of both centre on
one. .Address C. J. Peterson.. 30G Chesnut
street, Phila. Piper also can furnish it.
New MUSIO FROM OLIVER .Di MON & Cu,
277 WABUINGTON ST.. BosToN.Polka. Macs
urka,"•Pourle Piano, par yiancois Abt, a
very' fine composition, abounding in, graceful
and brilliant passages and not too difficult.
• '"Oh.dear what can -the matter bo,". fcom
"Meltilies of the day," by Chas: ,Grobe, pr
ranged‘with ensy'and pleasing variations.
" Red .White and Blue" . from_ the "young
pupil "a collection of favorite melodies for the
Piano, by .E.-F. Rimbault. i
"Soft Skies of Sunny Italy,"_ . words bye,
E.. Carpenter, Music by J. R(Cherry,f a
beautiful song embellished with a fine Litho
graph-on'krst page. : _ . '
. " The liappi tour of meeting" a ballet co 1-
posed bY Don izetti, ( Lithograph, ) a favorite it
with tine accompaniment and pleasant wile,
" You need na come .courting me"" by l'. '
S. Wrighton,,a sprightly 'piquant and chniv
ing song.—For sale by Shyock Taylor and
ACQUITTAL Edo KILLING A SgDUCER IN K.
'_--The..trial of Hardesty for the shooting-if
Grubb, occupied three days of last,week,- at
Burlington, Boone county, Kentucky. It will
be remembered that a sister of Hardesty was
seduced by Grubb, and that Hardesty told the
seducer that he would give Lim six months in
which to make his choice between marrying
the girl and being killed. .The six Months ex
pired, and Grubb not having married the girl,
Hardesty met him, and on sight shot him. L-.
The evidehee shoWed that Grubb was armed
also in expectittion of the attack, but was shid
in the act-of drawing hie - weapon. Tho trial
was ended last Thursday, and the verdict of
the Jury was not guilty. The following is the
substance of the judgment pronounced by Judge
Nutall upon the verdict of not guilty by the
jury in behalf of Hardesty':
Sin You have been indicted by a grand
fury of your country upon a most heinous
You have put yourself upon your country
and ycur God for deliverance. .You have had'
a fair and impart Ml trial before them, and
they have both pronounced you not guilty, and
so say I. It may not be proper for me to ex
press my,sentiments, yet, neverthe,less, I will
do it. Wing man had I been wronged as
You have been, I would have spent every dol
lar I had on earth, and all that I could have
begged rind borrowed, and then starved upon
the track of the villain, but I would have ha-
Nrued my Lauds in his bided.
Go hence without. del4. lon are acquitted
SCENE IN TUE HOUSE . 0P REPRESENTATIVES
AT YASUINGTON.—"The roll having been call
ed, the.names of thenbsentees:Were called for
excuses Upon reaching the name of Mr.
Burroughs, of New York, Mr. Morgan, his
coleague, said "lie had married a wife and
therefore could not mime." Mr. Ifgaid, anoth
er colleague, as soon as lie eotild be heard,
moved that that gentleman be excused, as he
wits absent on urgent business ; Which motion
was received with roars Gt. / laughter. in which
the.Npdaker joined, - and several members sug
gested that it was cpressing business" that de
tained the honorable gentleman. Mr. te'iter,
of Ohio, stated that he had paired off; to
which Mr. Florence responded by saying that
ho bad paired off with a woman. Mr. Leiter
rejoined that be believed it to be a "proper
pair." It is needless to add that the gentle
man was excused !'.
THE New SENATOU roost SOUTH CA4OI.INA..
—Col. Arthur P. Hayne, who has been ap
pointed United States Senator from Soiith
Carolina, was an officer of tha U States army
during the war of 1812. Ho participated in
the battles on the frontier, under Gen. Brown,
and afterwards• under Gem Jackson, as Ad-
jutant General, in the Creek Nation. lle was
subsequently appointed Inspector General of
the army,.but resigned hii4 commission about
1820. lie wife was a daitghter 'of the late
Judge Duncan; of this platie.
. 11141„. General Shields, of the new State of,
Minnesota, when_admilted to his seat, lu. the
Senate on Wednesday; after he had 'been
qualified, sided. with the Republicans: . '--
sure ar-painful disease,
go and get it trine of Do IraWs Galvanic' Oil,
and yOu will not rue it—no: you will pur
chase more ; this has been the ease, and wall
be in time to come. • . • •
This niedioinn ififur sale by S Elliott, B. J.
Kieffer, J. S Davidson. E. James, Wm. Bret
ton, Wm. Reed, flood & Ca:, Alfred Miiiiright,
Highland & Weshinger, James Kyle, D. Hayti,
Russel.&,Dioe, Preen .& Cu., l'eter Darter,
B. Plank, Alex:miter & Mullin,. Craighead , iSt ,
Moore, AlT'Veidriok, - Mum 1V" Fossel.
TIIINK: or HOlttl —The husband who, in his
Moments of relaxation front the cares of busi
ness, allows his thoughts to revert to lag fami
ly circle, is in a measure safe from the trials
and temptations of the, world. 11:e regretoto
believe that there aro few husbatids ;who give
a practical turn to such thoughts, else there
would be, a °now:it & ISnxen bowing rdaehine
found in every well regulated faroily, ~ Nog
:but. those who luive exmionce4 this benefits
conferred by the eTee'of 6 . l2lilcoisli
- Machine,. can realise ai adVantagee',
'office of eihibition 'and tkle diffiproadVtay,.
New York f...lB.Bl2inmee:'B4ve!..;.:ooston ? , 4u4
Burlington, , Vt., Nov:12; l 854;
• Gentlemen, suffered' for about a year
previous tolost sprlrig, - froM• a derangement
,of the action of the heart, which like most
othoirs similarly afflicted, I supposed to lde'rn
orgonic : lliseatte; : and having seCti'tha - Bayg, -
noted Bitters Itighlp recommended for use in
such cases, I procured tliul uded a * single be .
tlo with entire success. . •
•• The disagreeable symptoms Speedily disap
peared, and I have never have had. any r -
Mirreciee of them. ,
-43eing.veally-ofopinion that- this-- media 0
18-Of upqmpstign'able ,valuoras a- Cure for_.Dy.
-- pepsia — (iu witieh opiitiorTl am:happy - to know
that I agree with Aany intelligentphysicians,)
I have no hesitation in permitting this certifi
cate to he used in any way that will 'promote
its mollO general use, li, A. STANSBURY,
,• Editor,of the Burlington Courier. .
•9extt W. FOirLE & C 0.,• 188 Washington E
Boston proprietors. Sold by • their agents
every where. ,
S. Elliott agent for Carlisle.
"A Friend to Improvement" writes thus
WILTON, N. 11. Sept. JO. 1857. 4
Having-had an opportunity to test ihe'valre
of Pi:ef. 0, J, MrtiotPsilairLltestoratiVe, I am
- prepared - to:say - ,TOnt it fully makes - goo - ill it
recommendations, by restoring more than . its
! original lustre, hair that has become gray, or •
faded front age or disease.. It will give the
hair a soft and pliable texture. and what is of
still greater importance than that, it. is re
stored to health ; It imparts to at)
tern its renovating, healing properties, `and
has a tendency to restore ! health and prolong
life, and give to the aged the appearance of
youth. Its ufiequalled properties ought to, '
recommend it to every family. Try it, •ye
who labor under any disease of the bead. and
you_ will nevertaVe to - regret its application.
CAurton.—Beware of worthless imitations,
as s O veral are tilivady in the marttet, called
by different-names. - Use. hone -unless tie
words (Professor Wood's hair- Restorative,
Depot St. Louis Mo., and New York,) are
blown - in the bottle Sold by all Druggists . .
and Patent Medicine dealers, also by all Fan
cy and -Toilet Goods dealers in the United '
States and Canada.
The Oxygenated Bitters have no equal as a
tonic medicine. They. cure nervous debility.
Acklicialache, ytcid stomach, waterbrash;,lots
of appetite, &c!,:all of which proceed from' a
weakened or deranged state of the stomach.
MARION HALL, 18 the piece . to
good Daguerreotypes, Ambrotypes, 3lelanlotypes.. Sten.
reoloopes. Crayon types and Photographs.
Persons visiting Carlisle will find it to reward them
fir their trouble to visit this Instittdo. •
S. Ii: But few specimens and exhibited at the door, •
and the mildle aro respectfully invited" to - calf at: the
Gallery. where el ery variety of pictures capable of 1a"5 3,,
log produced. by the'Phothgraphiekrt can be obtained..
Ladles and Gentleman call in whether you- want pic
tures or mot, and you will meet nlth a comfit] reception.
. Respectfully yours,
On the 20th lutist., by Iter..butob Fry. Mr. Cll ARLIE)
D. ELDEN, to - Mlss M. M. IiAIIENZIIN, both of Ben.
dentate, Adams co. [Gettysburg pipers please copy.]
On Thursday morning last, by llev. A. A. Rem, -Mr.
MARTIN 'L. .93IITWof Cambridge. Md., to Moo 'MOL•
LIE I'. DROWN, of this place.
On tho 13th Inst., by 'Rev. .7. Evans, Mr. PRIMP .
MOUNTZ, to Miss CAROLINA SNYDER, both of Frank•
ford township, Cumberland county. '
Ttati j i.
In this Borough, ow tho 22d Inst., of a lingefing
'ness—whirh she bore with christlan fortitude; and holy
resignation— Ent NOR; consort of Jacob Stelgelman,
aged 59 years, 8 months and 29 days. '
In California. on tbe'23il of March, liir.JACOll MGR
formerly of yewrille, I'a., In the 69th year of his age.
• ()UM SPRING ,DItiLL.
THE FIRST 'ipiiEmivei DRILL.
The Farmers of Cumberland:county are invited to
call at the Carlisle Foundry and examine the' abaft,
Drill, which we are now manufacturing. WI LLOUGIL
BT'S INDIA RUBBER SPRING DRILL is
tionabiy the very best Drill flow in use. It was awards
ed the First Premium at the Pennsylvania State - rnir
held in Philadelphia In Octbber, 1557. It mis award. d
the First Premium at the Cumberland County Fair last
fall, and has received the First Preinium at every Fair- -
where it has been exhibited,' with but one exception.
Its superiority above all others is so apparent m to only
need an examination.
For heeding on fields containing stones or other ob
structions it is pecullarlY adapted. The depositing •
tubes of this Drill are FO connected with India Rubber
Springs, that when they meet with any obstruction
thoy will spring back, pass over the obstruction and im
mediately regain their 'former position.' Any rook or
stump not over Id inches high can he convenlicutly
passed over without stoppage or injury
The feeding apparatus of this Drill is alai entirely new,
being composed of Vulcanized India Rubber hollers, by ,
means of which tho sled Is not discharged intermit- •-e
tingly but in a constant stream, and no irregularity of
ground or change of speed will vary the amount sowed
on the acrd. It will sow wheat, rye, oats and barley
equally well, and in any desired quantity, without the
posslbilily of choking or breaking the grain It also
Wire grass FOCI]. But without further enlarging upon
the merits of this Drill we would prefer to have Fann
ers call at our esteblishment and examine it, confident.
that after seeing they will be satisfied as to its superb ,
only and find it the'very machline to suit the farmer -
and the field.
my26'sB. F , GARDNER -CO.
P. B—The above described Drill will be cent to pur
chasers in any part of the United States, and to Agri
eta.ural Warehouses, to hell ou commission. License to
matte the Drill and county rights, to be had by whirrs.
Intt, the pnmrietors, WILLOUGHBY A BLACK, Carlisle,
Cintiberland County, Pa. •
D. J. LEIDICIE - 01 X Y - W. C. SAWYER
NEWS FOR THE PEOPLE.
Large arrival of new and seasonable goods at
LEIDICH J Si WirElrS, ( • !formerly
'. Geo. 11. Niftier's) Store; East Main - •
.few doors below Mar- ..
' tin's Botil.
lIATINO Just returned from Philsidelphla, with a
large Addition of new nod desirable goods to our
former stock, we nro now prepared to otter groat induce•
moots to town nod country trade.
Our stock embraces nearly snarl thing suitable for
Ladles. Misses. Men's. 'Poe and Children's..wearz cow._ .
Cashmere Shawls, Lace and Silk Mantillas, very beau
tiful Swiss and Candiric Collars ' Edg.l,egw.-1115a 1 ftings,
Parasols. Ladles Sun Umbrellas, Ocritientan's fine silk
Unibrellas. Rid (loses, boot quality,' long and short
Mohair Mitts, Silk amt . /,isinoves. a full lino.of ho
siery, suited to both ilexes and an ekes. Beautiful
black Orem Deithino Silk. elegant fhttcy silks, selling •
vont cacao. notion fottlard Silks, Marcelineand double
Florence. all colors and qualities, very superior Bomba
zines, Alpacas, black and 'colored all wool Delaines„
Tissues, Bareges..lasper, ileyedire, Ciromslan and Him
alayan Cloths for trundling dresses, Cltnllles, Brllllnnta.
Chintzes, fine Organdie Lawns, French do. Janina, do.
Lisle Oingliam, Scotch dn. English Calicoes very derma.
Went 12, 1 4 ' do:neigh, prints all prices, nett Style shirth g •
calicoes. also a large stock of new and stiociard brands
of Muslius and Shootings, 10.4' Allendale Sheetinv,
Pillow-ruse Muslin, wire-thread and herringbone Tid -
togs. Virginia Osnahurgs, Furniture Chocks, Cotten •'.
postings, - . comprising York. Mills. lOpkds StripeS,
Peri Wm. Mills, Denims, kc.. ae , V-4 French black `cloths
very superior, French black Doe-akin Cassimeres, fancy
for loots wear. Silk and Satin Vestings, black end rd. •
ored gllk Handkerchl. fn. Mon's Stocks. Fancy Cravats,
standing mid Byron Collars. ready made linen and Mar.
30111CP bosoms, for shirts, black and white straw slid
chip hats, bonnets, fete, and a ghat Variety of ether •
hop! froni.our_experionro In_limaineeaAnd.deelre
to become ealnbllshod In trade and attention to random.
trea,._to merjrpr.haro ofpublie_patronali 'for .which We
aro going off rapidly. .
17iSTATE . OF PETER - DILL, deed.
Letters of kdralnlkratioil on'the manta of reter
bill, late of Hampden township. Cumberland county,
deceased, have been Issued by the Itegiiter.qo the sub
scriber, residing in Lower Allen township. MI persona
Indebted to the estate are required to make immediate
payment: and those having elalunt topresent themduly
authenticated for setgameut.
M. P. DILL;
my26'sB-11... " Administrator of Peter Pill, deed,
NEW GOODS.—I have jiist'reoeived
fiom P ' hilndolphiri a floe 'supply 'oi - WA'fflIES
JEWELRY.- IS reone In want of.o nice 'Watch, or
lino sett pfJewelry, nra reepectfully . Invited tocsin end
Ace for themselves. 'Alma large assortment of Ylold
Pane and Venetic of the rood colebrifed malgue. to
whbh I call tbo•attontion of the writing - community t
fur bargain, call at Naugle's Cheap Jewelry Store, Slain
Street, Gullet*, Pa,
. , .
W. D. A. riAuott
.11 his entlmatoek and intereatlo tie' Dry, Goads
buelneea. to Mover,. Leldleh d r 4nwyery would .reepect
rani nwounnend them to all hla old anetomera and all
who avant Oman-and desirable' WO , being satlebed
that they wl/1 - Judeavoe to ploaseall seh'illany siva them
• gtpecliog toteare' Csrlipip" ef,leio .
_tfO m t. a m t u inte w ,
Won upon 41 these whotire s uns= r eot u
i t t . i s rtt i . t: .
hI.I,..TOVAtt.III6IgDIATRLY AND RV!
indulgence Tao be shown. „ The 01?-.-
,_..._ tt iT own with
'at bit rooldentii fore 1Ye1.1.c..1r P.!!!!1,:,',.`";7', _.__ '='_t-••
'041014 7 '11.• 41 those indebted .'
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