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cAttirast.F. rinouvera 111AAKE
Ittetiorted weekly for , the Herald by
-- , Woodward & Schmidt,
FLoira. - Suprrifue, per biot.'.
•,d0.,:- Extra,do. •
Fatally!: , .
Urn' • do.
WRITE WIIEAT per bushel
Coax . do.
o.tr9 do. -,
SPRING BARLEY do.
WINTER SMILEY - do.
__noun, pet barrel,
Bates family dour, • • 6 60(3,0 00 .
.Rye •Fluur, 8 25
Corn Meal, . &25
W.ttakr; best white, per bushel,. 1 1500 25
Prime red Wheat,•, 1 'oo®l 18
Rye, per bushel, ' • • - 60
Cara, 66 • . 70
ORM, • " •
Clovereeed, per bushel,
• . noutt; per barrel, ~ .• 4 2505,05
- Ohio extra,- . .
~ - 475
City mills,' . • 6 60
_ Rye Flour, . . .8 25
—Coro,--Me4—.-- . . ,8-00
— Wilximbest - white - per:bushel,-----1-10®1-20
`Prime red 'wheat, - • 1 00®1 06
• Rye, per bushel, . • . - 72
`Coro;. • " . ' '. ' • 68et,68
Oota, " ' . 36'
. Cloverseed, per bushel,' . • 4 50.
Whiskey, per gallon;' ,• ' . . : 21
•j- IST OF DEALERS.—Of Goods.
j. Wares and Merchandise. Also Distillers, Milford,
umbermen, Tanners, fir., within the County, of Cunt.
berlond, returned and clossilied in accordance with the
several acts of Assembly, as follows, to wit
Abner Hostel, dry.gorels
• • D: SI. Conklin, groceries.
It. E Shapley, •
'W. B. Murray, coal .
Woodward & Schmidt,•produce
J. lament & Son, ti
• J. &D. Rhoads, cool
W. A. Mlles, dry-goals _
Henry Mullin, clothing
Reuben Line, (lry , goa
11.• M. Johnson, books
W. L. ilaßor. — groceries
W. 11. Trout, bats •
1. D. Dorms, stoves
amen Loudon, books' •
A. M. Piper, . (‘• . •
Samuel-Silintt, drugs . -
Thomas Conlyn, jewelry
J. W. }lily, groceries
. Henderson & Fous,-preduca
Jacob Senor, shoes
J. D. Halbert. groceries •
13. W. ilaierstick, drugs 1 .•
• Fredericks & Homer, marketing
' Arnold & Livingston, 'clothing
J. P. Lytle & Son, hardware
Jonathan Cornmen, shpts
• J. A. litimrlch, dry-goods
,vt.l - ChrhilialiTirnciries
.. James Collin, marketing •
Jacob Kenny, " • • ,
' S. C. fluyett, groceries
(Damn & Heifer, lumber. '
Monyer,.confec'r. (il stores)
• .Ar told & Son, clothing
' George Koller, hats
• Philip Arnold, dry.goods
5.11. Keller, hats
Henry Saxton, hardware -
Steiner & Co., clothing
Charles Ogllby, dry.goods
W. D. A. Naugle. jewelry
• 11. S. Hitter, clothing
C. -I obeli, groceries
B. .1. Kieffer, drugs
G. W. Illtner, dry-goodi
• IlenPy Harkness, grocries
John Faller, ; 0 .
• John Keeny, .
. P. !Resent-eolith, "
N. Ilantch, clothing
Smith & Tayloi,books
—William - Askevr; - rnarketlng
Henry Rhoads, ftlifilture
J. It. Weaver
. A. B. Ewing,
David Sipa, • "
J. W. Smiley, defiling •
H. Latobridge, shoes
Thomas Phillips, shoolMlk
Robert liners, shoes
11. Ituby & Co., Produco 10
Bonjatnin Biggs, nlarkellug 14
Willlain Clopper, " , , 14'
M. 31.-Angle, lumber . - 14
Philip Detrich, groceries 14
Baughman & Fosnaught, groceries 14
Deughtusu & Fosuaught, produce 13
Samuel Sugars, marketiug • 14
Willis, Moore & Co., dry-goods 13
Anthony F. Wolf, wares . 14
I'. £3; Artz, sho. , 14i
S. C. Moller, " , . 14
J. Heck & do., dry.goods ' 13
J. &J. B. Ileddig, " -
Bomberger & Blair, produce 11
(Newman & M'aggouer, clothing 14
J.C. &hick, drugs 14
Stevick, Kunkle & Bro., dry-goods 13
Forney & SVPherson, hardware 13
J. Stumbangh, Mims
Jacob Pagae, groceries
John Bridgos, clothing
W. A. Cox, shoes
Tatou A htewart, dry•goods
John IWCurdy. books
John Criswell, drugs
J. Fisher. hats
Ilrabill & holler, hardware
1.31. Bikes, stoves
S. L. Lerl, dry goods
Fry de 31'Elwalne, knees
Joseph Laugnllie, clothing
Stough k. dry.goods
J. M. Davidson, shoes
Bratton, drugs '
WIL lam Rood, ,••
W. L grocerleg
William Vona] d, marketing
William Stiteel, ••
Jonathan Forroo, •• •
Joules M'Clandllsh, dry goods
W. W. 'terra], drugs
townaend & Co., produce
l'aul & Bro.
Woodward & Schmidt. produce
lotus Lk Davidson, dry-goods
J. Hood & Co.,
Alexander Coodhart, marketing
P. A. A hl & 'iron., produce
J. & 3. B. Kursk, proluee, (New)
Alfred :Mulch, dry-goods.
A. C. & D. Miller
J. 4 J. It. Kursk, pro. (Oakville) •
j~ de k M'ashinger, dry,goods
J.M. Wag ur,
James Kyle, ...Av.:goods
*o.7aught & Isoris,,produco '•
D. hi. Clover, dry•goods
J. T. Baugham,
Schoch, Sous & Co.
henry . Ilyers, marketing
James A clark, ..•
, Henry Snyder, drygoode
William Gresn, dry-goods ' •
h.:drinker di-Elliott, dry:goons
Jonathon Stri lfo
-Hooter di Itebuck, marketing
Cuttln 141.1.ileaf, •
'C. C. Stouffer, clothing
• David Ilaya,dry•gooda
Buvael A Dice,
• .Clabit. tlaker,
Jacob Plank, 4 .
• J. Green A Cu, •
bavid Claudy, groceries
• Jacob Doetexu, marketing
SOUTH hl IDDL Et 01:
•, Moore & Craighead, dry geoda
Mifflin & Alexander, ,
a. A. &1.1. Caufman, •
.Itllgll, • - .
, ( 3 . Laidig & Stephenvi drygooda 13 •'lO 00
Dovinny A 13 10 00
, . .• • , • „ .
• • , • - NOitTli 111IDDLETON,
• DUav Lighl,dry•goode
'' •; ' ' ' ' ' f3ILVEIt SPAIN°
.114 V r It firoiroadell, dryood;
Joidal Culp, 4;
David stroidd, •
J. U. 1 . 0 141it. DrDdije•' , -
'Daniel Comfort, dry•goiidti
' , Oswald k Co., lumbor •
Nlngixork Sharper, produce
Nolt e ro a Bt 4a 44,,e ba r ! • 1 7'
'•J; Johneipn *Sou, "
itsz.V . A
Kaufman A n, hardware' •, ,• ~ iJ
Ira Day, drugs -
Jacabhorsbnimer, books "; I • 14'
Brindle t Nelawanger, dry•gooris "•- 12
Swisbcr & Emi .
11.13rahill, cloating 41, ,14
E. Lamont, shoes ' • • • ,-'-'- - 44
Bobln Herrotrem & Co., hardware 14
Wonderly & Bro., stores • " -14
1 John''Harlan, 111arkeling • 14
IL Wilson & Bon; stoves ' . •" ' 14
Daniel Holmes, shoes " - 14
Haigh, & Hewing. drugs ,•• : 13
L. D. Kieffer, clothing . 14
LevlEnell,, 11 14
,I). IL Butler > , - " —. l
4 Leas, dryloods " ' " 14
Jolla Height, " " 11
Andrewßinc,iser, groceries , 14
Jacob limminger,• " - " 14 ,
William Huston, furniture 14
Samuel Worst, ", . 14
GoswoMiii4 Zug, dry.goodu . 13 .
Mr. Slither,. .• - " 14
Ilyinun Longnockee go :odium • . 19
Peter 43Ingerich, marketing_ . • •14
Ealie — tellettific - 7 ----/4--
George - Widnes,
Charles Oyster, lumber
' J. IL Church,
IL Marlin & Sous "
James & Musser, "
B. F. Lee, ‘.‘
J. O. Miller, dry.gooda
Jacob Henninger, pi - wades
John iirCiiitnirk • "
-Warmly & Zinn. lumbar
Jacob Longneeker, groceries
1. W. Feeler, drygoodn
U. & J. Ilynitni, lumber •
Y. F. Alartin & Co., lumber
liar & Hummel, .'• •
D. bienlinger, drygoods_.
Rugg & Son, dry-goods
IV. 11. Echols. ‘•
Remy Hupp. produce
Johu Kum, shot. .
• ' .TANNERS.
Samuel Orabani, Went Pennsborough 14
George Koslit,,Frn nkford, 14
Michael 31 Mich '• ' • - - 14
ALthony Foreman, Next Pennaboro' 14
Samuel Davidson, Nnwrllle 14
John Wagoner,. " ' • 14
A. Bricker, Newton, 14.
Jerob Miller, • "..
F. .t E. Itli o Hopewell:. .14
IS. W. Frazer. - "- l4
Benjamin Baseborn " . 14
Win. M'Clenn. Shippensburg , 14
Jeremirlil Conner. "
Wm. Wagoner,Bleklnson - ' '. 14.
A. 11. Blair, Carlisle N. - • 14
31; Minieb t " 14
It. Irvine, jr. " 14
It. COMMIT!, Sifver Spring 14
J. Clendeillti" 14
Henry Babble • 14
Jam .b Noss: " . _
Richard Miley " 14
Bryson & Irvine. Upper Allen,
Geo. Shisler, North Middleton . '
.." • 'MILLERS. .
Duller & Gilder. West, IMenshimough, 14
Mare.hall James . ;•,, " 14
Alit & Dunfee 14
Philip Zeigler, North Middleton 14
*Henry llamas, " 13 '
-rowel & Ilonsel, - South Middleton -- 14
!Maier A Simnel., " 14
W. S. Cobs n, Cprlislc,
1): 11. Voglesottg, Monroe,
„John Williams -
S. & ti. Bnitidt
Miller & Eberly, Mechanicsburg, 11
Jacob Volume, jr., U. Allen, 14
-Christin it Eberly, L. Alieul se,
Joseph Bucher "
Neblnger A Co. 441 pi
Moth, Cnufman . 11
Joseph Whlsler -• " . ' 1
S. Udell, East peonshorengh • I
.1. h. IL Hupp, liamialeo I
Henry Mamdug, Silver Spring,
T. 11. Bryson , 1
0: 11. Bucher
Henderson & pons. N. Middleton. I
P. A. Ahl & Tiros. Newton, • •
Ahl & Ensminger •
Robert Quigley, Hopewell,
lieltshonver A Son, Monroe,
A. Bolder & Son. South Middleton. •
Myers & Benson, Silver Spring,
Henderson & Sons,
Samuel Grissinger, North Middleton,
John Nicholson, Newville,
Eberly & Fought, Mochunicehurg,
Samuel Itmlart ; •
John Maloy ,
Henry Irvine .
Mrs. Low, Catilsle,
J. Stratton ' °
Eisenhower & 3lorreit, Ilopewoll
tillvid Long, NredIAIIICRINTgo
Jlllll.l Whorl., 2 Millard tables, Carlisle,
-cIIMUERLAND COUNTY, AB
I hereby certify that the oboes is a correct list - or the
Dealers in Alerchandite, Millers, Lumbermen, 'fanners,
Oysterman, &c.; returned by the Appraiser. l'!..otire is
given to 01 persons to lift their licensee IMMEDIATELY,
end alp who neglect to do so will ho returned for selling .
.., 15 00
- 7 00
M ,13, 5,1858.-4 t.
1 7 1 .u . b c s .o rr a l l tr , s . t , r i o n ti ,, n . a , b eetfullY the attention
f P earliale and vicinity, and
Iho generally to their superior quality of coal,
G Ile a.
TKEVORTOY, do. do.' do.
and tho celebrated Lobbory wbito.oob, brolson, Egg,
Stove and Nut Coal. •
This yard Is hit tut fed at tho east end of Carlisle, oppn•
idle the Oas Works, where they will keep constantly on
hand a large stook oral! kinds and Firi, of coal, Width
will ho sold on low as any In the borough. All coal ihr
family Use will be rescreened lt•tere delivery and war
ranted to give en I ire wtti•ftctiou.
Best unAllty SI LIMEOVIIINEICO and BLACRAMITICB COAL,
'iliWAyA on hand and at low figures.
All cullers 101 l at the roldenee of James Holler, West
Pomfret fitreor. at Squire Smith , . Mitre, South Ilanover
Street, or at the resident,. of Jamb Shront, North•east
street, will lot promptly attentled.to. '
LUMBER Ll'3lllElt I— We ale also prepared
to furnish all kinds and qUality of. dry Lumber at
grratly reduced !Ores.
flub shred to order and furnished at the shortest
tVe have constantly onlhand all t huh: and quality el
Shingles, such as white pine, hemlock: chestnut, mk,
&e. Allo all sizes of Walnut for Iland.ralls, windon•
1.111/4 and Lintel stuff. ash, poplar, oak and Linn t all
hinds of paling, plastering lot h,rshingling lath. broom
handles, worked flooring and weather-hoarding, ttingh
and smoottnralls. posts, and every article that can be
kept in a Lumber yard. Having ears of our own we can
at all tha t 's and at short notice supply nuy article in our
line of business at low prices.
We are thankful for post favors and solicit ticontinu
auce of public patronage. Our motto is to please.
PHAN C CO.'S
IMPROVED PATENT MELODEON
— TIIEOLDEST ESTADIAIDIENT in di° UNITED
STATES, E3II , LOYINO Two HUNDRED MEN, nod
Finishing motive INbTEUNIENTS . -PEE WEEK. •
Combining oil their Recent improvomonts—the Divided
Scroll, Organ, Mo &e.,
(The Divided Swell CAD only ho 'obtained In Melodeons
of our Monulucture.).
. GEO. A. PRINCE CO.
Illanufnoturero, UnffolO, Now York
87 Fit Min at. S. 110 Lake at. Chicago, 111.
WHOLESALE 'AO ENTS—Russoll & Richardson. Rae
ton, Mass.; W..F. Citichinal I. 0.; Palmer a
Wither, St.- Louis, Mq.; Ph. P. Wedeln, Now Orloana.
' Prom the Home Journal. April :i, 18513,
'Tho Melodeons mannfuetured by Prince Jr Co., and
for tale at au Fulton atroet;"are.the bent in the world.
We have tried them. and 'therefore apnea undetstand
ingly or their merits. They are afforded at a very :mod.
- PRICES OF PORTABLE INSTRUMENTS
Four octave Melodeon, extending from C to C.....
Four and u belt octavo, :do. C tip I'
Fire Octave Melodeon; do.
Five octave, double moil, do; F. to F
14 7 00
13 • 10-00
14 7 WI
-14-----5 - 00
- 10 bo
'l4, 7 ou
.14 , 700
Two 119nhe of tier, Fife stto of Wed,. Add Rolla
Ono and a Hal f,Oetavo, Foot Pedals, Ouo 'Set of Itnode,
I'ol4lllan, Independent ' • $3,50
PRICES OF' KANO CASED
Five Octave, Melodeon, extending from F to
Six °Olive Melodoun, do. '
Five Oetave'dodble reed. do. Fto
}lye Octove, Two Bunks of Kos
13 ' 10 00
13 , . IUOO
13 10 00
. 1« 60
Our &with tot for nianutitcturlng are porfret, and front
one long experience In tint 'business, having Mashed
and .sold over TiVENTY•TWO TuouOAND SIRLODE
ONS, no fool confident of gluing satisfaction.
or dealers In an) part of the United Status or Ceieldee.
are WArtlttrlTED to bo.llerrert In every reepeer.ned should
any repairs bit' necessary before the expiration of one
Year from the date of Sate eu hold ourselves ready and
willing to Muke the same free of charge, provided the
injury is not caused by accident or destgo.
t . OHO, A: PRINCE & CO.
Agents fur the.sale brow. 31eludeons fluty be Roved In
all the principal cities and towns la r the butted litptea
Agents at CarIiaIo—FIIIITOCK, TAYLOR & SSUITIL
Al Nowvalict—W. It, - [ntity.l4Y6B.
14' , 7,00
14 7 07
14 1 00
13 10 00
14 . 7 00
18 - 10 00,1,
13 10 00
12 12 50
West Main Street, (opposito tbalialiroad offload'
as just received a ilew and alegwit 'essortutent of
Ciotbs, Plain, Black and Fancy Cosettners, and a'variety
of Plain - and 'Figured 'Coatings; all of which be,
snake up to uununtrn pad on res.
431- Orders attended .to 'potently, and the fitting: Of
all garments guaranteed,VAno sale:
CvWler m* 191868. uoton.
12, - 113 ao
14' ;,;1 700
;:: ;;14';;;' 7 00
8 . 5 DO
. 5 00
• 6 00
Broken, Egg, Stoll, and N'ut.
WHOLES ALE DEPOT
pUBLIO VA;LUA Ll4l,
MEAL - ESTATE.
• On FRIDAY the 18th day ofJUNE,IB - 513, the sulfacii..
her ‘7,111 offer nt public mile, on the premises. a' fillet of
, land. Alluded in West Pennaboro' township, Climber
hind councy,ndjoining the Plllago,of formeth
Zhu property orlboiringUreason.
CONTAINING 122 ACRES;, ,
and will bMoffered in two parts, or in Iota : lIS ntsY heal
suit purchasers. having been aiirve:ied as followa
PLOT FllthT.—Lot No. I contolna3 nem
and 78 perches, fronts on Becond street,
Plainfield. The improvements are a TWO
STORY. BRICK 11008 K, a Manic house
adjoining, a kitchen, frame barn' wagon
shed, corn crib and other ent.hulliiitige,!
and wall supplied with apples; pears and other chOlco
fruit. . .
Lot No, 2 cOntalue 5 acres, fronts on Railroad street,
and embraces part of the °relined.,' '
Lots No. 3,4, 6 and 6 each contain five acres.
• Lots No. Teoutaine five acres, fronts on the C. P.Rail
road, and is bounded also by ri public road, being a suit:
able location for any And of businima."
Lots Nos. 8,0, 10 Well each contain five acres, and,
front on lialimad street.
Lot No 12 nontainalive acres, fronting;north_on_the.
Raliroatimmteastoriltfitirifld'al rent, most suitable
place for a station between Carlisle and Alterton. ,
.PLOT Sr.couo.—Lot No. I .contains 15 acroa_and..l47-
percbesTfronting - soUthirtlf6 — RsllFoad and east on a
Lots Nos. 2,1,4, fi, 0 and 7 contain qacres each, Wont.
log on tho Railroad, nod comprise
A. GOOD QUANTITY•OF TIMBER.
Any person flightier to view, the property, con do so
by calling on Samuel Morrbtt, tinner, in Plainfield.
Sale to commence nt 13 o'clodt. M., when terms (which
relit be made easy, to suit the tiniemy will bo made
known by . DANIEL STEES.
irmasiV SAXTON'S • .
WAR SPRINGi ARRIVAL.•
DorEysE STOCK OF HARDWARE. •
The slibscribitr has just returned front the Eastern
cities, and would call the attention Ohio friends and
the public generally to the largo and well.selected as,
sortutent of HARDWARE which he has uow on hand:
contlisting in part of BUILDING 51A'rERIA1.S, such as
Nails. Serews,,lfinges, Locks. 01110 of every do
seription and quality,suelt as'Connitott, White. polished
American, French, Enamelled did Double, thick of all
sizes, Paints, Oils. Varnishes. Ac., Ac.
Saws. Blanes, Brace and Ditto t-Atigurs. Squares, CI mtg.,
Tiles,. Rasps, Hammers, Vices, Anvil,- Screw- Blates. -
Illacksuilths Bellows. Ac., A..
'Shoemakers and Saddlers will find n large assortment
of Tools of every deScript fen. together with Ladles' and
Gentleinen , ' Morocco Lining, Binding, latent and
French Calf Skins. Shoe 'Thread s, %I ax. Pegs. Lasts,
Harness Mouthing, Collars, Birthing, Whipstock, Men
hair, Saddle'Trees, Sc.. Le.
A Ise Cb.ieh Makers 'fools and Trimmings of all kinds.
suet, as Hubs. Spites. Felloos.,,Slnifts:llows, Fluor Cloth.
Canvass, Cloth. Damask, Fringe, Lace, Moss, Axles,
Spring Belt's. Se., Ar.
Cabinet Makers will find a large assortment; of Van
ulftlics. Oak, Walnut, gad Mahogany Veneenclinobtoot
ell kinds and sites, Mouldings, Rivets, Bair Cloth.
Plush, Culled hair Chair and 'Sofa Spiinge. Ac„
Housekeepers will . also litid large assortment of
Knives and Forks. Brittannia. Allah, and Silver Thief
Table and Ten Spoons, Candlesticks: Waiters,. Shovels..
'end Tongs, - Iron and Brass liettles o .,Pans, Ac., together
with Cedarware of all kinds, such as Tubs. Iluekets.
Churns. Ac Atc • -
Agrlcultund implements, embracing Plowsofall kinds:
cultivators, Hoes. Shovels, Rakes, Forks. Chains, Ac.
IRON, a Watt stn it, comprising all kinds-in general
use which I am selling at city wholosal; prints.
Remember the old stand, East Main street, Carlisle.
April 7. 1850. IL SAXTON.
L ^ '2 50
- 7 00
7 , 00
A. 8.. EWING'S
West High Street, Carlisle, _Pa.
(Premium Wilmette,' at the (.'untherlahtl' Comply
Agricultural. Fair of 1857.)
Thc subscriber has Just received the innst splendid
at:seaman! nf articles in his lino. over •llrl.llolt to this
place be is determined to soil at prices that de
(bit ut Pier,
" Dialing-room, FURNITURE.
Embracing every article used 1 . .,y House - and hotel
keepers, of tint -iest approved and idsilinnabie design -,
and tinkli. Ineludlng also Cottage furniture in setts.
reception and Vamp Chairs, Mattresses, Wit Ironies,
pictures. Se., &C.
Purchasers ore requested to call .itrid ozonise lilt,
stock, at his extensive ware.roorns, West Main street.
North side, A. It. EWING.
/bit" Particular attention given as usual to fimerals:-.
ordeTifron,bovn and country, attended .te promptly
and en moderate feints. -. A. B.
Carlisle, May Id, ,
ARERLAND VALLEY R. R.
SUMMER A - RRANGEMENTI . .
- r. " 410-1- t 4 V.: . !.. VS • . . .
"W. - -We. • • *-- 3
. • CHANGE OF. 110111181 •
On and• atter TIIIHISDAY, May 13tir 1858, rasseno
Trains will run as folloms: (Sundays arepted:)
• FOR. 11Alt1H811U111.1.
Leave Clunbersburg, ~, 5.15 A. M.
New vllle, 6.10
• Carlisle, 7.00
• Mechanicsburg, 7 '
Arrive at Harrisburg, 8.00 "
Leave Harrisburg • 8.30 A. M
• Mechanicsburg 0.04
Carlisle, . , o.ld
" ' 10.20 "
• Shippensburg, 10.52
Arriv'e no Chamborsburg, 11.22
' Trains leave llarrishurg for Philadelphia. via Penn'a
Ihdlnnol, at 8.10, A. 31.. 1.00. P. 31.. 6.33, P. 31., and
12.003 at fly Reading, via Lebanon Valley Hai
row', t 2.45 P. 31.
Foe Pittsburg, SIO, A. `., 1.00, P, 31, and 5.10. I'. 5 .
For Bultlinte. 030, A. 31 and 12.16, 110011. For Tr.ver
ton and Williamsport, at 1.05, P. 31. Tllllll on Dauphin
Road at 1.30, I'. 31.
Fares front Ilarriaburg. Mediiintesburic, Carlisle. Ship.
ponsburg, and Chaniberiliury.z. will be ten cents irsa
when paid for Tioliets at Ilia °thee, than when paid in
12:1)„ The Tichet °Mee of the Company at Ilitrrisbur;
Mtn teen 1 . 011111.!li to the Depot or the Pentix3ivetil
Itolirond Company, third door from the Easterh and
° O. N. MIA, Snivel
Refirend Office. Cbrimbereburg,l
• . Ney a ISM:.
Nh 'l tis ( % l- ta j r . te:l -1 ;1 ; ;:e a:
Stages between Carlisle and 14111111014 g. leaving Car•
llsln scary nanday, Wedneaday and !Feillay. lanntall
Moly en tire arrival of the alternorm train of can, roil
the east. Returning. leaves Landishurg.nt
.SOU A. M..
every Tuesday, IVedslemlay rind Saturday. and arriveP
at Carlisle at ltd P. 31.. via. Perry County Warta
Springs, Shermatirdale. Sterrett'a (lap a nd Carlisle Sul
phur Springs. Our and aferalune the .15111, the line will
he run daily for the accommodation of passengers gbiug
to the Springs: '
Fare to the several points s's follows
Curilsle to Sulphur Springs,
Perry County Worm Springs,
• " linalsburg, . .. . .
Landisburg to IVarm ppriitp, •
•*- • Shormansil ilo
Storrett's Grip. .
Sulplcir Springs, . .
- . . , . .
Tltp nbovu lino will iegulnrly rarry.thp SAIL La and
TGuir - tlie severail - Volnts ovOlndirsted. •
1 hnt•o"also a well-arcked LIVI,ItY STATILE. film
nide!' I ant nt all Hines ready to tarnish homes and car
rlares to those who will firer mu with thelroontroungt.
011 (Ito most reasonable termkand in the i',9l . Y to ststylo
mayl9lBsB. GEOWIE lIENDEL
rr ITING.—RE OArA
vl C. VIN itEtt.EN. respectfully informs the citizens
of Carlisle and vicinity. that be hoe reamed two doors
south of filass's hotel. in North Hanover street, where
he Is prepared to executo all Ric ds of
work . connected with 0 , I
Ida has alwa,rs on band a large 'assort.
molt of ready' rondo (lumc, Pistols, •
Locks Keys. One 'frinneings, ,tr. all of
which ho will sell wholesale or retail. Ile also attends
to reyaritex all kinds of linos. Clarks, Look., Lc.; so
graves on (tens ( 4 6pper and Iron. mends scores ke. 110
has also purchased the patent right tin• Repeating. nines
fold SIPA flung. which he offers to the putlii• at Tory
low prices. Ito hopes that Icy a strict attention to hom
iness, node desire to please. he will merit uonvcll as re
ceive a pima of the public patronage,
.crrr - All kinds of Fire dons made to order.
-13U13 LW-- SA Li?,--121y-- virtue — of -nu
' order of o lyOrphans' Court to us directed. wo•
will expose tf sale 00 the promises situate In
plekin,on Township, the Wailful Bs ttotn Head,
about Olin mild ni.ove thw,Sll,llo Tavern. on Saturday
the - 12th of Juno. 1858. at II o'clock, A. ;kJ, • •
Two Lots of grotto,' containing about ono third or on
acre each, situate on the AVl,lnut hotfoot Road in Dick.
Jilson township. oath of the said T;atii having a Log
Mouse. Stable and oilier higiroTotnents thereon elected.
Torun wade rknown on the dot of sale. •
- • ISAAC NEWCOMER,
CAARLIS 11...11011N. •
Adudnistrators of John Kistler. tlec'd. •
I!3DJ'te ,.. U .
L , C L : I T in l e - 1 0 1
A ER- 1 1 11 vIn i d e pu j rc il li S nau l l .
tho stork of,Goo-11 1 ,411toor,ltnt) luloplated tholnvouto•
ry, intond radponlng' on 'rhombi), with (MEAUX
-RFAHICED PRICES, eo au to afford, burg:this to all for
They have also purchased. and will open on Monday,
a new stock of goods silltablo P,r the season, to which
they would invite thenttantintiof thole Mon& and the
public generally; being satisfied that with their Prices
And stock nrgooda, they will ha . ablelo'please all. •
Call and examine for yourselves. • •
• LEIDIOII Az SAWYER.
Carlisle, May 10, 1808. . ,
ETTEES TESTAMENTARY ;ON
jiJ thi I... Anita of JACOB. LUCAS, latalor tho,Town;'
ahlp of South MlMllator, deceased. have .Soon grouted
to the subeerlber;.reeldlng.ln tho some Tow All
persons who have dolma agalnpt said Estate are to.
quested• to- pnwetit them Or - vettlement: and: thole
Indebted to sold Estatanre - vequested to make ltataedl•
.ate payment. , ."o , ` •-• ,• • • • • •
tny113;6458. FadaticHr Jalcob ens, deed. .
',ASV„ AL • I.37ipiii.E
L A I continued the practice alba' lawi iu theofflee
formerly °coupled by Ms father,:Wm.'lll. Biddle, Beg ,
and move recently, by the low Prot of Penrose &
now dissolved. . • ' '
Dec. 23, '27.] , • ' „ , •
- C P. Atto.friey,
A.L../.-I)ffico, on:North Ilanoier•ittpeti n Caw doors
south of ablest Unto]. AU bitstneent 'entrusted to Win
will be proreptly,attonded to. • , [April Ibr ---
. ...,. .. .
.. ANY_ NOTICE. --:ll,EmolitL. W.
, 4at rEt4RtSE bee romoved bhilinflrti to tho room
oroterly °coupled by. blat on Main. itroot a tor,' dem
seat of, the blettaaltat Church where he will promptly
attend to'all basitiose entruntod to Sem. '
1. A W - OFFICR-z- I LEMtEIi. . 1 1'0Di)
ee b resumed the. practice. of o Law;:.ofliee io
- April 8, X 867,
B. KIEFFER °lce in. North
linnovor street two `doors from Arnold A: Son's
store. Omen hears, more rorticularly from 7 to 0 o'clock
A. M., nod from 6to 7 o'clock,-P. M.
DOCTOR ARMSTRONG•6s remov
ed Insoffice to Centre Square Wont of the Caurt
House; where he may ho consulted at any hour of tho
day or night, Dr. A. hen hod thirt y,yeurs experience
in, the pmfossion, the loot ten of wh-Whave boon devo
ted to the study and practice -of Homoeopathic toed'.
eine. May 20, Want.
F 1 R .7.. • S -R A -IT K , ,
rommo r .thic Physician d' Suriemi. Office,
keit Mete litroot, a:joining bextou'll b!irdwaro•sfoie.
311trch Bt, j.858.--41m,.
GEO. -W. NE'IDICII t., D. D. S.-.
Late Denionstintor of Operative Dentistry to the
...._ b lii n it t t i lmie 7 - College—of
••1 1 11 tr.l. .. ()TeiffelZ r ill ' a rY . re . Sidell en, -
. - . • lipposito Mallon
Alvin Str.ct, Curllvlo
Dit. , I;(I.LOOMIS
SO 11/mover Ntroot,
nest door to the Pos t
' 11101111 ba'absant from CarllsloAlia last ton days
,of earl, month. • fAug.l, '65
DR. G .113 OR,
Hat ing returned to- Carlisle, oars his prafe:valonsl
- services to the citizens generally.
011ie° In North Pitt street, nearly.opposlte Ills fernier
resi , lunce .
Terms—Moderate. ICarptile, Mirth 11. 'AS.
1„.„/It10111', DErpsT, from Om Bal
. tinier° College of ,flental Surgery.
Irfl-Onice at the residence his mother, East Loutbei
:treot, three doors below Bettliird.
•.6.14, T :. DR: J.. 0. NEFF respect
_ iii a *.-..":4•7- "o f the ladles and gentiMnon
7 11 Ifial• of Carlisle. and vianity. t bat he Intii re-
Rimed the practice of Dentistry, and :is. prep wed to pet ,
forts all operStions on "theleeth mut 'gurus, belotseing
to his profession. Ile,wiD Insert full sets of teeth on
gold or silver, with single" gent tooth, - or Nooks. as they
way prefer. Terms moderate, to suit the 111111,
_Wilco I,l'lllol street, directly oppmdtu Mu Cumin
and valloy Dank.
Aii-De. N. wilt be In Newvallo aka lust tun dnys of
every month. •
JAIL 20, 1858.-Iy. • .
S. W. HAVERSTTOK, Drikkgist )
North Hanover Stroot, Parlisle.
Physician's prescriptions rat ofully roulOunded
A full supply of fresh sisugs and chemicals.
T U 31.13 E K !—R. li. Shapley,'.sr.,
1 . 4 h tvlpitr, purchased LUMBER YARD, formerly
kopt by Ifoory.lllabs, has remaind.lt to_the corner of-
Nor , Frand roots, when, ho has n largo lot of oak,
clips:int shaved nod cut shingles, with 'Knits of all de
seriPtlon, oak p nok and scantling; shingle and plaatiir
log lath: alt of whlchwill ho bold clie:ip for cash.
March 1853. •
A.. BIRNBAUM, Nonlc-binder and
Noarapapo•a, 1111,Ies. lllank•Ilnoka,
l'aus.hookg, Copy•Ilooks, &c., &c. cue received and re•
.grAWI I .:I4I I -5:-WlLL.l . 44lStit6 4 ;litat%-mutYtteen - ellarg ,
es. Alen, paper ruled to any dealred pattern.
Jin. a, IS,-.43.1
QCRIVENER AND CONVEYAN
-1.3 CER.—.A. L. SIniNSLEII lahL'lleginter of C bor.
nod county, will carefully attend' to the transaction of
all such business an may he entrusted to hint. such no
the writing orDcods, Mortgages Contracts, &cr Llo will
also devoid his attention the procuring of Land War
rants. Pensions, &e. as well an the purchase and sole
of noel Estate, negotiations, of leans, .e c. tyn.olTtro on
Went iligh Street. tbrinerly occupied, ,y W. M. Pennon
Esq. near the Methodist Churl:4f; -•.—
• FRAN:cLTN HOCSE,
South Kumar Strout, adjoining the court House
Carllelo ‘ Pa. .. - J.OIIN HANNON.
.1 - . Proprietor.
4r - n- INS Cnteh tolvos drily 'for Pnportown; Peters
burg, York Spring, and 113.10v0r (rota thin House:
' 2.15 P , ..11
StmoN. P. SNYDER, Ohio.
W. IC.' MeRmsNE, Num:Avant&
L. 1., Coon, ' Ithatio
QN YDE R, VFARLAND, AND
Bankers and Deniers, In Itimi Estate,
1 Oa P. 31
runt 3, 15:,7.-4-ys
rico TEL If: undersign
: ed beltu; well known ns n Writer, would oiler lilt,
Bert kon to all requiring Literary aid. 110 will furnish
Addressee, Orations. }slays Tresontation speeches:lnd
ropiles, Lines for Allonnb. Aetvitirs—prepare nuttier
for the Press—Obituaries. and write l'oetty upon any
sultjeet Address (post paid)
Fob. 17, I„SF
(IU3II3ERLAND COUNTY NOR
./ MAL sm Kni„—The seiNtml s ' i.s.ion of tills !mill.
tution will continence In LITERARY IJALI. Newrille;
Pa.. on TIMSDAY, APRIL Oth, 1855, and continuo
rl v E .
An sea. corps of Instructors Intro been secured. and
no effort mill be spared to t•ender , the school worthy of
the podtion, it seeks to occupy, and 'of the patronage ii
reqlol4l . llily solicits.
Por'eirculars containing full particulars address
—.. T. A. 3IcKINNeY, Treasurer.
'Hy order of the Iheird of Trustees,
, DANI SIIELTIX, President,
J'Ae, Met; tr, leen, .Seeretery. Feb.l7, 'sS.—tf.
- BELLS ! •BELLS ! BELLS •
FE S LOO IC HERE
The subscriber boo beau appointed agent for
Cniliberland' rpinty. for the' relebrated lireeneastlu
FARM ileu..4 whirl,h<in Filthy nt very low priroet
un article which has been sold all over the state, gnd
given satihtitellen to all who have tried them—Also on
hand virile of the Sell Metal Farm Bells, and everytldog
sloe in the farming amr mechanical line. All to be had
at the cheap hardware store of -
F4tst Main Street;
Carlisle, April ".:R t 18(16,
A - L IBRA
SKELETON, hed a virlety of INSTIM
MENTS, are offered at rrivnto sale. Medical hurt Rion-
OrS who any wish in examine them, ran do se by coll•
log ou the subscriber at her residence Bast Main
.Street. M. A. AUG eiMS,N,
Ad Inist rnt rtx or'llr, Jt Itaughnum;dted.
Carllr:b•, Feb. 11, 1858.
14.00 KS ! BOOKS.! t BOOKS !!!
I 1 HI ItTOCK, TAYLOR 5M1T11",,,,t t
ore sole agents In Froilltlln.„nnd Cumarland counties
for the following valuable works:
flenton's Abt•higniont of Wie' Debates of Congress.
Price per Vol., Cloth $8 00, Sheep 8 uO.. .
itenton'S Thirty Year's Vie ; .complutd,in 2 •vOls.
Cloth 85 00, low 81110, $0 00, . ~
Meese's Bernina Atlas of the World; Voleiri . Ilialert
and bound, $0 UU.. • .
Burton's Cycloptterlia of Wit end Mower. '
American iloquence ;• a collection of speeches, ate.,
by the most eminent motors of America, -with Mogan.
phical sketches and illustrative Dotes, by Snink 310 we,
now ready. complete In to( vole, Cloth. 53 U 0 ; Library
etylo•leather, $0 Ulli half colt; 'gilt, 8 UO; half moroc
co, i UO. •_,_ _
SANDLIIS' 5C1.104: BOOKS.
- ' • stiderst. Primer. . 1
•. Sanderd-Speller. , --•-- .- 7 1-••--- ' : - "- - \ •
Senders' Reader. No. I.
Sanders' Reder, Ne 2. .
Sanders' Reader, No. 3. . , )
Sanders' Roeder, NM 4,
' Sanders' De:nier s No. 5. .
Sanders' Reader,. No. 5, - ~ . .
Senders' High Schad Reader. . ..• •
Sanders' Latliate.Reader, • ' .
~ ~ .
• -Sanders' Speakers. Wholesale and retell at
SIIRYOCK. TAYLOit 11, SMITU'S.
sirnYocK, TAYLOR & 8)111`1193.
A lame supyly of Scheel BOAR, wholesale atfei retell
8111tYOOK, TAYLOR & ITtIIS.
Paher: Envelops, Pone, loka,"oto, etc:
. • SIIIITOOK,TATIAM & SMITH.
BOOK FOR THE 'MILLION.'
•''.eirrontlNO on Permontod Liquors, or the Art of Brow
log, Distilling, Rectifying nod. Manufacturing Simms,
Winos, Spirits and all kinds of Liquors, Ind u r 'l ox Cldor
and Vinegar, with wood cuts, This work, which has
beefs favorably - rovlowed by tho N. Y. Pross,.contains
1000 yalastdo direettons Metallurgy, Pyrm
tocky, Artificial Guano: Cosmetics, Artificial Gum Art
Ift Artificial GIMP, Dleachlug' of Shell Lem, Sealing
Woir, -Ma - Cetnents,.Pastes,Cleaning, Cleansing 'and Clone-
Ina terials. Sonps,Rtarclifinlieli, Oologise and:
othesPertumed Wators. - Ventrifices,, Antique 0113;li1Pir
Dyes And ltestorero, Solders and Silvering& Yarukahoi.
and Inks. Price $2 mailed frau by the-author.
laity fr, ' 14a
;~~j~y,~, ' y"~4-'
laid= I.44e;New - Yark.
Tr Al STRINq - 14RIVAL
. 144 YORK 41NrPRII;ADKLPHIA,
- 'A. IV. RENTZ'S' STORE. ,
,Elplondld stock (Crime DIA* DyeSs Silks—Baguilicon
• StYies Fancy Dressi
-R14:1111 1 t RARE 111 , ELEGANT
French Foulard Chloe,. Silks', Satin Mid
Striped Bareges. yulonctas, Ducallos, Beautiful
now printed Chailles, Front:l:printed Jaco-,
netts, very Landsomo English' Bril
liants, very handsome French
Brilliants, English French and
-American prints, Scotch,
Fronds and Domestic
not Ribbons and .!
Drefld Trl zumlogs, •
Sliawl:fln — M 7 ii•Y variety,
Silk Crape, Stella, Cashmere,'
&c. Embroideries: vary low Cour ,
prising COLLARS. Min-
INGS,IIDGINOS, VEILS; -c. 00116tingli
1111,1 Oil Cloths: 'VENNI AN, I N it A I
THREE PLY, lIIIUSSELLS, COTTON & =me.
Druggots and Floor Oil Clothe of all widths. •
• • • . LINEN ODOM: ,
. .. .
• A complete assoilment embracing all the moat cola
Gloves and .
• Hosiery for La
Cldkiren, great variety ;
of kid, silk and Cotton - . •
• Gloves, Ladles Blegant 'to toted .
Silk little, .k.c. DOMESTIC A ttr.i STA
PLB GOODS: -Blearhed and, unbleached
Skirtings, Bleached and unbleached sheet
". lugs. Woolen and Cotton Flannels. Corset
Jenne Tlckings.,C,fitionades, Satinets, .
Tweeds, Cotton and Linen .
._____persaable.Covers.illeaphed—,— ; ---------
• and Brown drillings, •
.. and an endless va.. ' .....
duty' of other . •
.._ _ articles. • •
In fact, this stock of goods is very extdnsive. thor
ough and complete, having been purchased with a
great deal of rare. we feel confident we can please any
ono who will favor us will: a call.
All candid persons who have patronized no hereto
fore, will admit, that we beve•sold the best bargains
ever'purebased in Carlisle.- We can assure our friends
and all lovers of "Cheap Goods," that we aro as well
prepare Was over to offer superior inducements for their
kattunage. A. W. I,IENTZ,
South 'Hanover street, opposite the Post Office. ••
Carlisle, April 21, MS% • . _ .
IVEIV GOODS ! .NENVI(GOODS ! !
I ),A,O J ust retnrned from Now York -nod - Philo
dolphin, and am now. , ,oponiont in Iho now stofo room
'the large 01 nod most splendid stuck-of
•• SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS
over brought to Carlisle. A magnificent line of LA
DIES DRESS GOODS. such as Plain and Fancy' Silks.
Ilayadere Side Stripe Silks Elegant Black Silks, nd
low, Poll Due!leviers. Grenadines, Valenclens,,ainFlta!
rego /lobes, Side Stripe - DeLanes, Ducalis , Organdy
Lawns, Brilliants. etc., etc.
A lull assortment of, Embroidery , Elegant Collars,
Undersleeves, Handkerchiefs, Inserting, Edgings,
Floune'ngs, -etc., etc., cheaper-.than over, Cambries,
Barred and Striped .laconets. Swish Nansooks,
etc., ate. Iduslins, 'Pickings . , Chocks. Olughams, - ote.i of
all kinds and at the vary lowent noleh. - -
110KNETS, 'RIBBONS, FLO WERS,
Ruches, an entire ~o* assortment.
sump,s,large assortment and very
cheap, such ns wool Del.aine. Thihet, Grenadier,
New Cloths and Casstmeres also just received.
sitneres and ether Roods for boys' wear in great variety;
Counterpanes, Hosiery, Gloves: Mitts, etc., etc. '
A full and new assortment of mahoknny, Rosewood
and Walnut framed ',nuking (Cases.
CARVETINiir.6 . O MATTl:ol,l.—Another supply of super
Ingrain, Venetian, Hemp and Stair Carpet.
Inas, ut very' minced priCes., Thl, stock has been laid'
.in-with great care.at - the very lowest cash prices, Mid
Will he sold for the rash at o . such prices as will convince
all that fleilby's ne‘i store Is the glace to lay out their
cash to the very best Inivantagv. Light profits sold
quick salon. Recollect the new Mitre Is on the corner of
Main ao pat st rents, opposite the Methodist Church.
Carlisle, April 7.8.1 CIIAS. OGILIII'. '
NOW IS_THE TLIIE FOR4I:4IWAINS.- -
1A RGE AND EXTENSIVE
ARRIVAL OP • -
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS
At the New Store, Corner of North MooOa
and :houther Streets
The undersigned returns thanks for the .patronage
bestowed tnign, hire by the publie,filld at the Hanle time
respectfully an nouncesilytt he .liasiiist returned from
Philadelphia, lllei iv 110 W opening it new lot nf SPRING
AND SUMMER Day 0001)9 AND TOW'
sistieig in part na follows, and whirl' he Is determintd
to sell At tire lowet cash prices.
SILKS, UUCAL utyrils.,.Chtillfits, Alpacas. Do.
Laines. Dellnges, Lustros, Poplins, Lawns, ltrirrges,
Brilliants,Skirting,French and Scotch Giughams Prints.
Woven Hosiery, Cellars; Ilandherchlefs..tr., ,K•e. • -
SHAWLS AND MANTILLAS, In every style and
quality. - • -'---
STAPLE AND. DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, Cloths, Cas.
almeres, Vesting. Flannels, %1 mains, Tickings. Stripes,
Cheeky. Calicoes, Cottontides, Linens, Sheetings, Deni•
tuns, Naulmuus, Drills, Marseilles Quilts, colored and
white Carpet Chain, ac:, kr. Parasols and Umbrellas.
Also a large and splendid assorthient ,of BONNATS,
lIAT9;.(.IAPS, 1100 TS AND 5110101. • 4.. • ,
A superior lot of fresh tIROCHRI ES, Tens*, Coffee, Su,
gar, Molasses, Rico, Spices, Ar., Ar. ! Haring selected ray
entire stock with the greeted care, and the lowest
CASH - t9urzs, I can assure my friends and the public•
generally, that I will do all in toy rower to make my
. ns the R
!IRA I) QUARTERS FOIL
RATIO A INN." 'Mom NVIIO wish to purchase will hind It
to their advantage to call and examine my stock before
I hill pay the highest market price for Butter. Eggs,
Rags, Soap, and Ih•leil Fruit. . • --
J. A. 111.Th1111C11, Jr.
Carlisle, April 21, 1858.
NEW GO (NIY - S — t.Oß SPRING
Tho subscribeti , respectfully Intl writ their pstronsdnid
the citizen,. getteralfyl they have recently received
tram Now York and Philadelphia,.n hvgnimiel t , legant
assortment of elothing.sultahle for' the'..present season.
matittlin•tured of the hest m aerials and in the most'
fashionable style, which they are determined to sell
cheaper than ashlar artie:es can to, elsewhere. ,
Their stock coMprises DitEz:S AND COATS.
of new s.nd fashioneble styles. Business Li,i6F. and
Frocks ofthn Lost material 111,11:deg. p:ltti,ll4 Double
and single breasted Vests, hr endless variety—choice
styles. Fine Uhlek rrl , ticli Doeskin and FaticY Cass'.
Inure PAnts, I . lain light colored Cassimere Pante, it,.
great t ariety— elude,: styles
In order to wont the wants or the people In this
brunets or their business great care and attentlon has
been given to it the present season. CWIS, 19m to 1110
Vests of oil 5100$ end souslllies. to "bleb conk/tut Addi
tions, Win Ise mode during 11ms:easels.
- also, a full assortment 11l zild rt,+,, Collars, Bowan, Cr,,.
vets. l'oelset, I ilindliVlTlllefS, Suspenders, Stocks, Gin VON
11(006 , and Umbrellas.
Always on hand a largo assortment of BMA, Brown,
Blue and Olive (lotto, Black DOeskin and fancy Cnssb
moro Vestings, &e.
Clothing every description and quality 'well made,
and of good material constantly on hand.
Customer's work made up to order, at the shortest
notice lied on reasonable terms.
'ARNOLD & LIVINGSTON. '
Carlisle, March 24, '2B.—llind XOlOl Ilanover st.
B. KILLER'S lIAT, CAl',
BOOT AND SHOE STORE.
North East Corner of the Publk Square.
The subscriber offers to the public n complete not
assortmentholco of tints, Caps Bootiand Shoes. wink!,
nave Jun 4 ,116111 purchilsod from tine best manufacturers
Our snick thnslsts'of a great variety of beautiful
• SILK AND FELT HATS,
mode expressly for customers. All kinds of Caps fm
Mee., Boys Rind - Children. We would invite particulto..
'attention • to seleCted 'and great variety • n
these goods, as wo are confident they cannot be wieldier
In the town or comae.
BOOTS AND SHOES, of every style and variety al
unequalled for price and finish. It consists In weer
MEN'S bile French CALF BOOTS, , -
' LADIES' French and English GAITERS, '
Misses' and Children's
° Es ery variety of Children's fancy Shoes. -
Tabest int el heavy WINTER BOOTS, for teen an(
boys, to town..
• Thankful to our friends and the public for past fa
vors, Ner.tope by stria attention, to the wants of our
euStomera, and by selling UOOD GOODS, to merit their
continued favor. J. B. KELLER.
N. 11.—We sell no Auction Goods! Wet. 7.'57.
Misses• Duke and A ughin baugh, beg leave to announce
%tithe public, that'they will open on the first
of April. an entire new stock of MILLI.NERY
-GOOD • of all kinds, on the cornet of Hanover
and West Loather streets, In the room former
ly occppica by Jacob Fetter, and adjoining Dr. gitzer's
Our assortment embraces ninny varieties. for the
spring sunken, and having a. perfect kAtmrltlllgo elf the
business, ‘ro will spare 101 effort to plane our cmtom
unt. --- The: , Latiles aro especially Invited" to'Call and ex
amine out stork%
. . ..
llleaching for 'Ladles and Gontlenion'a vicar, Bono up
thu-latest style and -warm. hal equal to.any -done
Nowhere. Misses DUKE' & A111.1111N11.411611.
Carlisle. March ill; I4iiB. ' ,
)II ESIIX LOOKING GLASS
,PICTURE FRAM.II IkIANIIPACTORY,
221 Ego 2.11 Street. New York:-0111mi 215 Centre St.,
formerly 288, 300 and:392 Woolwich Street.
40arge assortment or every description of Looklug
Glasses and Vlcturo Frames always on hand. Country
orderailollolted. Goods carefully packed and shlhod
to any part 011ie Culled Slates or Canadas.
'• FAMILY ,COAL.
I' Witt ' . pared to furnish the citizens of
qv 48. Cumberland County _ with the
--- best quality of-Coal for flintily
use, at the following reduced rates: We will sell best
broken end egg coal from J..ykeint valley, Lancaster cob
liory. Lemuel. mountain. Short mountain, Luke, Fhb
Men Sunbury end Ifllkettbarre all teem:coped mid doll.
vered to any, part of the 'borough. . • •
Liao coal at the yard and Blacksmith's coal always'
on hand. Also, all kinds of Lumber, cheaper than over.
cavilele, Sept SO, 'R. 1101,10111...
JUST VIiBLIS icti—Price obi. cents;
• • r POST -
j.lil2lW . MO CURE CONSUMPTION
Jireach.tis, Aitlitini. Croup. Midi. :and nervous' Afree.:
Mots: Address D. TRACY DIMOUNIES, groat Curer iv!
ConsumTtion; New York pity . Yost 0n1e5,...;
11 AG NTS I
Publiallectithis day; l'eb: 9th, 18173'
FIFTY Y.EARS IN. CHAINS:
011, VIE JAPE ON AN 'AiiffitlCAN SLAVE.
• • . WRITTEN UT lIIMMEI.B, -
41.10 Pages, Cloth, Oar Back, Price $l. •,• •
This Is the title or one73llthii mkt,. intemaily,lliter
'eating blogntidliei of the day. It la the plain histerj. oY
an American Slave lathe far South,.who, after two er
three escapes anirrocaptures, finally. an old nine, found
' [Medina and . rokt in one of the Northern States,
• What the Preea Say.
The story, is told wilth groat simplicity, but' with
much power and patties. Whoever takes it will find it
difficult to lay It down until it Is' tilsited.—NAtloNAL
A ear •rea sperience like the - above, trill
have f more effort against slavery than the ingenl•
vroughLnovel,howover.true , to-life-itsliliitures
may be.—Au: OAFTIBT , " •
Here to the took of facts, atriiiiger than fiction, and a
.. thonsand-fold-more-thrilling; a simple -tale of llfe-long
• oppression, revealing truly the Workings of the" Poele
liar Institution" in our country.. To the story-loving
we would say, here ten story woh readlng.Missios
- Itticono. •
• A THOROUGH CANVASSER
In each county Ircthe fisee &rani, to engage In the
sale of the abovo work immediately. Such can easily
_TO $lOO PEII. TIONTII I I,'
Tlio work Is bountifully printed and bound, and Is es
largo as the books that sell for'sl 25; but as we mean
to soil at least ONE 11MNIIIIER_TBOOSAND_COPIES.-thro l ld
altonhi,i hayo de the retail price only ONE DOI,
A SAMPLE COPY of the Look will be sent by mail,
postatto paid, on reedlpt of the price, and our priVato
circulAr to Agents, with terms. etc. Address
. - II DAYTON, Publisher,
. •^ ' 'No. 29 Anu•stront, Now York.
Morel, 17. 1855--.lmos.
The sultficribor would respectfully 'call the attention
Of Limehurnerm and 'the eitizeire of 'Carlisle, and the
. surrounding country 'generally, to him NEW COAL
• YAWL attached to his Ware House. nu West 11Igh At.,
where he will keep constantly on hand a large etipply
cf the hest quality of COAL, to wit:"
' Lykuus Valloy,-Luke Fiddler Grove and Troyer.
ton, Arokon, Egg and Nnt Coa , -.creenerl.klnd dry coal,
whi,lndi pledgom himself tti me I a'. the lowest poollrle
prison. Best Int:01V of Limulturner's and, lilackaullth's
Coal always on hand.
413 , All .orders left at the Worry - House, or at him roe
dunce in North Hanover street,-will. he promptly .al
April 14, '6B--tf.
I ,I OIPSY th !C it A E
.for a 5 unatths erosion -
The school located in a healthy and a pleasent ru
ral town,. and MT trde a thorough English and Classical
Education upon very.reasonable lama.
Access easy." Mr. Handel of Canine runs a daily stage
to Landislourh. vin Warm Springs, front the first nam
ed place, Tuition, 10:wiling. Poem and Contingent 5 5 0
per session of 25 weeks: T. P. BUCHER, Principal.
Litnillsburg April, 15.1858. 3 M..
ICIIA.I11;, AND FURNITUItE
n subscriber bavittg located himself permanents_
In West lllgli street, two doors above Um Railroad De
pot, lots just opened his,
• . . _ . CABINET WAlLR•noon's.. - -
whore ho Intendg, as. usual, to manutheturo and kee
constnntly on hand ovary style of !wink. furoltur
Walnut and Mahogany Dressing
Bureaus with marble tops. Sofas, • ' .3,
Tables and Waslustunds. •
- Walnut" What , nots" . and Ward.
}TENCH . AND PLAIN IBM /STU:ADS' •
PAlthOlt and HOCKING chitin; with velvet or
hair cloth seats and backs. •
Mahogany and walnut chairs with hair cloth
Or cane sonic. • •
Plain Optics of ull kinds and stuffad sklng I,buNnEa
:Curlil luiir and 11. k .IATTRASS ES of 4)1'4.6 varlely,
together with all other artlclea usually found In his
lino of busloos,..
Particular attention raid to I °pairing and varnishing
furniture of all kinds.
HEIM: provided nl , O - with na excell e nt hu
ix pripared to 1111 nll orderr tin• FUNERALS in town or
Jau. fi, 1 R .9,=ly
0031 E AND SEE K
CORNER OPPOSITE THE MARKET 1101;41:.
BOOTS, :SHOPS, HATS AND CAPS,
oiler to Or former rustemurs and The public In
general, a tirstTare assortment of now goods, suitable
SPRING AND SUMMER WEAR.
.unsurpassod for beauty. style, durability, and cheap
fleas. Our stork consiats of
^ • , FINE SII,K• MOLESKIN /TATS;
Fine Kossuth, hays', Youths . ; and Childron's - Fancy
lints, of every color.- - ,
STRAW GOODS AND 'CAPS, we - are - surrt - the best.
assortment evor bfferod in the coulaty, and worthy the
- attention of all. -
1300PS ; AND SHOES.:
of every variety aml—stylo. Ladies, Mia 7 sos nod Chit.
dren's fine Guitars, and all kinds of Childron's Taney
For Gentleman a good nasortmont of (wad style and.
finish; in fact every varluty_ln our 1110.-,
Thankful to the public for past favers..wo
condonation of eustum. as we aro sure we can make
It to the advantage of the purchaser.
• J. B. KEGLER.
Cdriltdo, April 28, 1858.
BACK AGAIN TO THE. OLD
The sulmerlher respectfully. Informs the public getter.
ally. that ho has resumed the manufacturing of HOOTS
AND SHOES, In West Main street, n fey doors west of
the Railroad Mike, and having a good assortment of
Leather, Morocco and Trimmings, and engaged Colmie•
tent workmen, he In prepared to make up to unmsure.
every description of work In his line.
Ile has also received from Philadelphia a well selected
stock of 11 JOTS AND SIIDES, g emnprlsin every variety
for Spring and gusher tore, ulna.) he offers 'at low
Gentlemen's fine French Calf Dolts,
do. (falters, Oxford Ties and Brogans,
Ladles (Miters, hoots, linsklus. Slippers and lies,
with a large variety of Boys, MINSMO mud Chlldrens (fal
ters, Ito do, etc. etc. Purchasers are requested to call
and examine Ills stock. ROBERT MOORS.
Carlisle, April 21, 1558.
sIIA W LS NTo MANTILLAS
. Extra Indueentents to BuyorA this Sreison. Opening;
of 111 N'S NE,* Svetn. No. 415 BROADWAY, ono door
Sonticof Canal Street. NEW Pons,
ON MONDAY, MAY TIIE 10Th.
One thousand elegant new M ANTILLAS, Imported
from - Pa rls for the 00.1H1011,
WILL UN EXHIBITED ON Tim OPEN iNG DAY
. SPECIAL NOTICE, TO LADIES.
In order to satisfactorily Inaluturtdo f A tifn- auspicious
event of Removal to his Now and Elegant Store, the
subscriber loot determined
DIMINO TILE \1•IIt1LE 01 , THE PRESENT SEASON•
to oiler to ha yeti• untllOrMlS pntruns thrmighout ever•
section of the Union, MOOT EXTRAORDINARY iNPUCINENTS
As REOARDS PRIO%
Ito Is now nnumfacturing from Imported l'arlsinn
MOST ENTENSINE AND - ENTIRELY NEW
. STUCK : • •
having. In areordaneo with Ills expreastal determination
as por.prior allllollllCOMeat,,laitall a complete clearance
of all his former merelmnditlo.
The advantages of purchasing 'front this collection
will, therefore, at once bunianifest; every article in the
stock being entirely fresh and new;
_ , Elegant, Black silk Summer eireulars,
Do.' do. Silk and Lace s
• French JACO Mantillas, •
Do. do. 'ham.,
Do. do. Circulars, •
'Suunner,Cloth Brigham,. and Dimples, •
Barege and Crop" 11 inlet Circulars, •
Mourning Maid Ulm,
Misses' Mantillas, •
• s Ladles' Dusters and Traveling Cloaks,
together with every other fashionable article connected.
with the Mantilla Trade.
Ifeautiful Stella Shawls, in blaCk and white, and every
deal ruble eider.
~N.ll.—The Subscriber takes Me opportunity of stat
ing, that whilst fully resolved on maintaining the high
Character his establishment has already obtained for
keeping articles of tivit Ouse fashion and quality, ho is
equally determined ,to offer them at prices in accord•
titictemith the present season of retrenchment and
415 Meade ay, New York. '
(Under the .lirandreth House.)
May 12, 1.1i58-2.n.
NOTICE.—Notioe is hereby given that
1 . the lint " ond ucted In the lloreriiji;
of Newelllo by William E. Enamor, for the subscriber,
under the name and style of William E. Cratzei,
Agent," wan discontinued on April lot, MK
The aecentit hooks are lit the bonds of the subscriber.
who only. is dulrautherized to collect Um sumo,and
ri quests all persone Iridelifed on said to cal Jut
mediately and settle their neounte.
May ...„ I,IIIW-011e.--
ooTS N D S 0E S !
putuirs & CO., haveopeneda nose BOOT
ASD SIIOII STORE on West MOO street, nearly opt*.
'site the ltallraad Depot, where they have Just .revelved
a' large and wall selected assortment of Srunch Calfskin
Dines Boots, double and single soles. •
Caltlikin. Patent Leather nod Cloth Congress Gaiters
of black mid fancy colors, in great variety.
Calßkin, Patent Leather dud Morocco Oxfilid
Shoes and Slippers, Iluys.and Youths Congress and But
. ton Matters, Shoes and Brogans. '
Ladles French lasting hoot (Jolters, blank, and fancy
ICltriend:thfroCetifdco - leafiriffid. - Bnakins, tine
Kid Slippers, Morocco Tice and Buskins, English Kid
and fancy toilet Slipperit. Missoescolored °alters, Moron,
co send goat welt excds, Slipper's snd 'Vies, Childrod'S
black and colored Morocco hoots, a i anelo Ties, ClOl
- Gaiters, Infields eshoes. +be.' Comprising
fall stock of overything In their due, meltable for the'
The above goOds tarn madteof the best material and
'workmanship. and, will be sold as chCap as the same
•quality of goods can be purchased eisetihere.
J. 11.11Liell & CO.
Carlisle, May 13Vhil---ant• • • ss. •
.Loilors of 'Administration ow =the °slate ,4
ohn C. Mine, late of Dickinson township, CuMberland
county, deceased, have been Wiled. to the- subscrjber
residind In Monroe township.- A II persons havlog claims
against the estate Are detitied to present them properly
authenticated ibr lottlemeut, cud those ll:Wielded: to
make prompt iittyttime ,
. • ‘, A dminlsfrator ol4l4dpit 9,
THE LIVER rINVIGRATOR
• • .-
PREPARED BY DE. ElAilleOlift • •
Compounded..entitely• from gEMS.
• IS ONE OF- TII4I3IEST,PTIRGATIYE AND. LltfElt.
1 HEDDA N Lit now before the, public, ' that 'acts as •
Common!, cosier, milder. and more effectual thou Sur
other medicine known. It Jaunt Only it CiMisittic.,but
Lotra• tomody, noting first on the Livss"fe'ejeit Its
'uterbel mutter, then en the itorotobetut ticleteis lithoc
ry till iliel,mattor, thus accomplishing, two purposesEqpt:tunny, witheutliny of the painful feelings expert.
Dm, d f u the t•poratlon at most OSTniSITICS. ; .)t sjittinstb•
ens tho,r3latein at the same 'limo that it purges it: and
when tslon duly In moderate doses, streagtbeit
• and build It up with.unusualrapidlty.:,
The Islwtor Is one of . ' ".the principal regulators
°lithe human betty, nod g• when It :performs its
functiong w.ll the pow- era of the ,systeur.arit 7
fully developed... The•• • t„..). stomach- litsfiraost:em,
ILiver for tho - propor per; L r" 9 foruilinconf its Dinetlens
when the stunted' is at .6,01 . fault,lho' howelif are at
-haul t; -- nud - then -- wholo - 7systent - tintforii - IffWM;
(venue or one organ— the'. g i Ll*er' , — , barlng
erased to do Its duty. • DO the difseases oftbst
organ, one of the pus O prieters,lmmtiatielLhis
•study, in in practice of ' more thaftivretityl re,
to find some • remedy CD wherewith to Counteract
the 'minx derangesneuts to,,which it la liable.
To prove that !hist,' medy is at list' found,
any merson - troubled • I -y. with Liver • Copan
plaint Ist - tuly of its - forint,. 'has but to try a
.tal conviction /-•••• is certain. -•••,
These gums ramovoall morbid or bad • matter
film the system. sup- ~.„4 plying in - their Mae@ a
_healthy-flow_ of_blle r in-------7vlitoratingibmstemae
causing food to digest well, purifying tho l blool
giving - tone and health pg to the.tvholo tnatilluery
removing the eittisos, of. the disease,, aud effect
ing in radical cure. •RA
Ono dose after eating la • sufficient .to relieve
the stomach - and . pre. vent the fetid front ris
ing and souring. .
. only . one dose token before retiring prevents
Only one dose taken.l'4 at night. loosehs,ths
bowels gentle; nod enrol -
_CeStitelieSsi. , • ": • •
— OrtrilTlf.rtailFeli at er Ch each meal.wllluure Dye.
tie Ono des° of two teaspoonfuls will ilways
relieve Blek•lleiniselie. 15...1- • ' _• • '
. Ono NAM taken for female obstruction • Mr.
nieces the cause of Oro pg disease, and nudes Si
-ported. cur°, . • •
Only one deco hume: O diately relieves
while one dose often re- , pealed is a sure chili for
Cholera Morbus, and a proyentive of
Cholera. . • ,
One dose taken often will prevent Die racur•
retire of bilious at tacks,' while It.. re.
Heves ell painful feel- . logo.
• monly one Ironic 15,„., needed to throw out the
of system the effects of 142 medicine RIOe a long
'sickness. ' ' • •
Coe bottle taken for jaundice renroveit'all -
• Mess or unnatural (silos Orlin:the-skin. • • • • •
one dose taken a short limo befordeatinglivelLVigdr.
- to the appetite and - middle iii6d - cligeSt well.
One dose often' repeated cures Che4inte . Di•ra
Aura in Its worst forms, while swimmer and ltroese,
el complaints yield almost to the lirst dose. -c :.• •
tine ne•two 'dopes cures attacks caused by worms,
Im ebild reu i there la no surer, safer or speedier remedy
tin the world; as It tievi•l•
ike take Infinite pleasure, In recommending thlit,
medicine as a preventive for Fever •enl. A gut,
Chill Fever and all Fevers of a 1111Ilien•
Type. it operates Utth certainty, and thousands ar•
• willing to testify to its-wonderful virtues. • '*
All who moo It are riving their Unanimous testimony
in its favbr. ' , .
it:ll.. Mix water in the mouth with the Invigorator, •
and swellow.bothleglither. • - •
' THE LIVER INVICSOILATOR
iii A GREAT •SIIIENTIFIC MEDICAL DISCOVERY,
and is daily working cures, almost too great to believe.
It cific'sas If by magic, even the first dose giving bens
fit, :mil tiohltim more thakneurbottio Ix required to curs
any-kind of LtVEtt Complaint, front, the wonht Jane- -
dice or Dysitinielit to a - common bilhdache, all of which
tiro the result eta Diseased Liver.
J. w. lIENDERSoN
PRICE ONE J.OLLAR PER TIOTTLEr
SAf40111), Proprietor, :145 Ittonderne, New York.
Sold In Carlbillf by S..gLI,IOTT eid S.W. lIAV
I my2OlB5S. ,
THE ONLY SAFE , PREPARATION
That dues not Dye, but will remora
To Its original color, by Nature's own' process
PROP. 0. J. 11'0015'S OELERRATED
N proof of theabovo assertion, read the following' tee:
.L Homey into, distinguished persons front all parts of
110 N. SOLOMON. MANN, Ann Arbor. Mich. says his
wile, whose hair had become vory"thin and, entirely
white-was restored to Its arLOttal brown color, and had
thickened anal become beautiful and gloSsy upon', and
entirely-v. er the head Others of my family and friends— ,
are using 3 ouritestorativo with tho happiest effects.
• 110 N. JUIRIE BRSA:SE, Ilx-Senator. of Illinois 'aye
my.hair was prematurely gray, but, by the smell Wood's .
Restoratit e, it has resumed its original color. and have
no doubt permanently so,.
HON. 11. L. STEWAIIT, rays, my hair wan very gray,.
'init. rate'. using two bottles, it restored It to its original
REV. J. K. IMAGO, Brookfield, MAIM, Kays it his ma- .
Moved from cry head inflammation, dandruff, and a
.constant tendency to Itching, and restored toy' hair,"
which was gray, to its original color. •
1 , :t1. W. DAVIDSON, Monmouth, 111., says, my hair trite
'too thirds, gray, or rather white, but by the application
of the Restorative as (tinseled, it has.resuruedlts °rte.
tud col Jr.
DR. 0.-WALLIS, Oldragn, says, after using sr great
. proparationn, nil to no offecti• I used on*
bottle of your flair Thaterative,:Whlch hae,cureq a btu'.
vial. In MY ' head of two years' standing, -
ENJ AMIN LONURIDOM, 214 Seventh Avenue, New
York, says, having lest my hair by the effects of the
Erysipelas, when it began to grow, instead of blank, as
heretofore, it was well mixed with gray. Having tried
Many preparations to restore the color without effect, 1
was iudueed to try yours, and in spite of all my.donbti
It has had the desired - effect.
11. L. WILLIAMS, M. it.. Deekensville,•.AlaJ 'sem
have used your ItesturatiVe, and find It all It is recom
mended to be. 1 have tried it for Totter and find It a
W. M. WOODWARD, M. D.. Frankfurt; "aye, he
recommundslt in his practlet; as the belt preparation
fur the hair misty in use.
EDWARD WALCOTT, • says, three months ago my
hair woo very gray, It is now' a dark brown, the original.
rotor, smooth and glossy, all by the use or Wood's Ito-
. Ile' LSg IN KIND, Kays. non mouth'. proper application
will restore any Tenon'. hair to its origins' color and
texture. , •
.1. D. HOES, says, a few applirations fastened my hair
firmly, It begun to grow out and turn black, its original
BETSEY SMItII, North. East Poonsyliania, says
that her hale had, for a mater of years, been perfectly
o lti lee but now it Is restored to its youthful color, soft
DR.J. W. BOND, St. Paul, Says that hie hair's strong
thick and Maid:, although a short time since he was
both bald and gray. • The people hero saw its effects and
have confidence In it.
• MORRIS 00SLIND, M. D., St. Louis, saye that after
frying many other preparations, all to no effect he ueod
two itettles, which covered his hood with a new and
vigorous growth of hair 111141IIIVIles all to comeand see it.•
SARA II J. BROWN, si)s her hair was not only gray,
but so thin she feared its entire loss—but after using
nth battles it has restored both tho color and growth.
Prepared by O. J. IVUOD S CO., 114 Market street, •
Fist Louis, and 312 Broadway, Now York, and sold by
all Druggists auddatent Medicine Dealers; also, by all
Fancy and Toilet (Mods Dealers in the United States
and Canada. • s (my 26•58.
For sale in Carlisle, by S. W.. lIIA VERSTICK, SA3l'le
ELLIOTT, and Dru;glsts everywhere.
PILES I—NO. CURE,_..IsIO PAY I
DR. P RONT, the eelebrnted . •
French practitioner, has established an agency
in Philadelphia, the only one in America, where dime.-
tions and medicine may be procured fer the treatment
nod cone of Hemorrhoids or PILES In an Incredible
abort space of time. This announcementmade With
tbo utmost. eenfidenco, because it is an ESTAIILISIIED
n'ACT. attested by thousands who have been sufferers, c,„
- that thuyarious plumes of ILIA distressing dliease • can
la, viledily mired by this new mods of ire:an:lent. The e
reilol, lu molt MEL'S, is moo inutputaneoti)t: So sure
aro the proprictorsaif thin, that they are willing to take
the risk thews, Ives. ire. TIIE MONEY_ OP ANT PATIIENt
WILL cc lILTVIINEI., IPA COIN 18 NOT rEaronitp, vrosut
IoNS A,.,: renewer, "lid • ••
Tile great ontount of distress and torture endured by
thousands of people. from this disease, DM other-de
rangements of the system consequent upon it, and a
lotoulcigo of the foot that rolief-can be ottorded, hoe
induced the establishment of the American figenry.
Peisonsitt a distance, wishing to obtain the medi
cine. should stole. by letter, how long they have had
the disease, and whether the plies ore of_the bleeding%
blind, or pnitruding character, as the treatment has to
be varied aftlf6Vditig.tO this variety of the disown. The
1111'1111N are 4-Faain that any person eau make the eppll.
Ily malting a plain statement of the cosU;giid eUeleer
Mg three dellato, medicine and full dlreetiete will be
&Int to any port of thecenntry, Address. .e - -
DR.' J. it; DUPPAYST,
DR. WA LTON'S AMERICAN PILLS
4 . 0Y"T0 - TIMAYFLICTED.
-YOUSO AMEhI(M vraroxthus.
_.Oneannililea of Pills-cures ninety•sdne cases out of ' --
a imodnel -No ilels.itu, no Mercury, no eller ou the
breath. nu'recr of detection. Two smell pille a - dose;
tasteless nod harmless as water. Null diroctio,u6 are .
given, en 0110 1010 patient can cure bilnin!lf.aa certain
on with Ihe advice of the most experiencild surgeon,
mid Much Letter than with the advice of one of little
experience in Oils class of disease. '
.SENT 111( MA IL TO ANY PART ON-Tllll COUNTRY '
by enclosing one dollar to DR. L. 0. AVaLTOZI. No. 154 , '
North ecvontli St. below ra:C4l. Liberal
Rim:mint t 1 the Trade. None. gemaiSi, without the
written signature of 14l1..1Yaltoit. Priptiefer.
lir. W treninent Tor 9elnabuse,-Meoll6oll,
t ontirely_differenalkum_ilinmausl..cou*t..-11e...W. - •
cured hmidrede who have tried others without' benefit
The treatment in as 'curtails:to cure aa„thn, sonic to. •
:rise ! ,filnclose a stamp, add addrowthr,,W. as shine.
siring a full history of the ease.,and youwill blew the •
day_yel% made the effort to Secure what cartalsi—h
Jet, 27, 195 ' -
• pA.T;svpiNG,GLAZIN(i; AND'
~„ . .
• PI.If4IANOINO.=-Thomns' J. Ilelitisobldreapect
tulli Inform theettlaena et.Carlisio 'and Yielti!ty, , , that
ho still continues the above business In,a)ilts various
branches. Orders for Painting, . Masi , Said Yapes
tinnging, may be left at hie Shop. in Loutbar sheet All
the bulitling forreeriy• oecupled by, Jaeoh".retter.
jobs entrusted to him.' will he • attepded' , tpr.pluraptlyr
e a r l entire satisilletion, .prlosil. .*ell,Nut...vrorldaan
ship, guaranteed. :• • •
DIBIATUNERS ) 77C
IL TONS or LykObe•Vaille:r VittOoci t ar:ir
c oohing eind,tossalipy,: i . • .., • , -T ,
Augult, a, /aaT. •
••,• . . •
Tjiteatectiegr.r ,.3 ..