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cAtt LISI; IC, PRODUCE MARKET
Reported weekly for , the llerold•. by
- •Woodward OD Schmidt.
Elfiuo. Superflue, pur,idiL
do. Extra, do.
,do:' Family • do. •
RYE • (10.
WHITE IVIIEAT per bushel
LCeu de - do.
- TiJili7'kit H~f`.D
DYSPEPSIA CDR ED KY 1.15.1 NO OXYGENATED
BIT PERS.— Ponsmouth, N. 11..; April_ 15, 1855.—Da
Vor the last four years I haiMbuen,
as you are well aware., a great sufferer of Dyspepsia.
remittently, during that tinm, I haye been compelled to
quit my business. and the disease had become Resented
•thal 1 had given pp all hopes of ever obtaining any re
lief. Thu 6,4,6111100 illod mosed great distress.
I liad given up in (Insp . :dr. WWI you strongly rerun,.
mendi,i the (I'xygenated Bitters, and It is will: a heart
full of gratitude; that I now pronounce. 'myself 'wholly'
free from all . symptoms of hppepsia, 1.m,, eat any
thing at oily time,sleop WON, 11111 i mit now enjoy the
btlmy air of Spring. and look upon nature Willi 1.1. de
light that has beopa stranger to one for pews. To all
%Who note"bo suffering from Dyspepsia. I would say,
" u4ll the Oxygepattd Bitters." W3l. DIA !STEIL
Gentlemen.-1 add my.hearty eeneurrenco with the
above statement, knowing It to ,11(111/1 Walling but
, the . troth. I never sold'any medicine fur. Dyspepsia.
that has given so nuiverml satisfitetion as the I.l7,ygen
' ated Bitters. - WNI. PRESTON.
. Druggist and Apothecary.
None genuine unless signed I. BUTTS on the wrapper.
• SE:rit Fowtt: & Co.. I:ol . Washingten Street, Borten,
-LR/113 agent for Carlisle. .* ,
Vltava(' .4.0 . 1e - 60oNs.—The nalltor of the America Ag
rieultutist„ who -professes to hi: familhar with the work
imrakpery, desired to purchase a gewing'3l,
chine. and aft examining all 010 various styles In the
laark s .4. stays: " For nits own Wally use. We herrnie
satisfied that lintivra A: BAKER'S Is tile lute?, lied we ac
cordingly purehased liortwo liroeley. in refefring
to this extract of his brother editor. writes: "To all of
Whiell the TaiIIVNE says, Amen!" We feel AlSpaseal to
tonotani-adviso our lady-readers-to--anakw:then ,
selves familiar with the amerce A Ilm:sit Sewing 31st.
chino, if they value health anal en:era:rt.
Oflirus of exhibition and saler-filf: liriladway. New
, _York : ltl Summer street, Boston; and 780 Cliela nut
street, Plairadelphia.• - - -
MARION HALL is the place to ge
ougagrrootypep• Aluhrotypea, Meholiotypes,•ftei
reoseopes. Crayonty yes and Photographs.
Persons yisiting Carlisle will find it to reward then
for their trouble to visit this Itmlitute.
11. But few speehilenit are exhlbited.at the door
and the public are iespiodfully invited to tali at the
Caliery. where m ery variety of pictures rapable 1f be
log Produced by the Photographic Art ran he obtained
In, and aentlemen call In whether you meant pie
tures or uot, and you will meet a ith a cordial reception
INFLANiI tTION OP Till: EVEN.-1.1110 all other inliamtaa•
thin; bi canard by imptinty or 1 wfilrb iifitses
all Eruptiva diseassa, ug Palt 111111111 M Seurvy. 111.11 s,
fiores. Illi oro, &0.. The blood being mt./m.10.Y. and ul
an Impure nature, also fieraidinlit Dropsies. The blood
becoming, °list, mood 1 1 1 veins, the-watery part of
the blood In 00111,11101100 Is 111,1,11 01.11, from their es•
trtinii ties, and dropsy is the' result. Many times it is
'occasioned by improper treatment of Amne Polar, ills.
ems, and the vessels being filled by timbals humprs in
stead of Shod. Frewevtiettal ions by these pills. , pen
t.llll - 110SSagl, 11110 the 111/1111101.111111 carry oil the corrupted
bunion, and renew them with pure and healthyJiloed,
whieli will drive °two the body All inilammation.
(tether with eroptionS 'tbe shin, 0011 all' drotofeal
complaints, They will bun shield Jo every form or dis•
eaq..to guard and keep vim front the cold grasping timid
01d...0,011d 0111100 1110 . 10111 strength toremain, and Ile
tannitenance to brighten with the Idiom.' !minty and
_ r i i l . l4,2l l ,Z:_kb,lbin )(not PIM nio . snb.l by nll dealt:
MOUNT HOTLY SPRING
in n. late number of the Philadel
phia Inquirer, a. well- milieu deseriPtiod
Mount llollySprings, from which We make
the following. , extraet: . • •
Mount. Dolly Springs, Penna.,,is a mall but
. . .
- beautiful village, _Situated id--a delightfully
—.picturesque. xalley., running along haw een the
branches. of the Blue Mountain:J.:surrounding
it, with Magnificent grandeur seldom equalled
'even in' our own fair land, where nature lets
- so lavishly bestowed her unstfrpassed gills.
llerethe fevered brow is fainted by the cool
-1 log bnetes, which are continually sporting
with every green leaf' and flowery shrub on the
steep declivities and in the vale, whispering
, bealth to the poor invalid and.plauting roses
' of their own gathering ripii the pale and.stin
t en - iilie7R - 7 - And - their - wheirthe'sunthas mink
to rest beneath the dark wing of night, they
come merrily dancing lir and out at the open
window. driving away every •Itot breath end
lulling to refreshing repose the silent reveller
in some Mr-of -land of dreams." It iglu this
lovely spot that ninny gather together ere
Slllllnter has st epped• forth ,in her loveliness',
and tarry until she essuwes the garb of autuni
nal beauty. • •
Only two hotels ]lave' as yet been opened
for the itecominotlatiou of Summer visitors ; -
one capable of enter - tabling about one hundred
the other at' about half the capacity, and both
well calculated to please the most fastidious
I mist e. and satisfy the most delicate palate,
_ every one, up visiting this-place. should leave
behind, in the debilitating and 'murky city,
-ell "morning naps" and 'thoonday lotingings,"
hi nd go forth, ere the nun has peeped through
the green' foliage upon the mountain tops, and
catch the first breath of deliglifffil - morn, as it
• conies sweetly perfumed front the dewy Inca
. dews, or waving fields of corn A walk up
the gentle ascent, to the "observatory," front
whence he can riez, a haft portion of tIM
"ki ng d o ms wile earth," will. an excellent
tonic for dyspeptic organs, and please .the
_geueropB best by -shelving a perfect satisfac
tion with WI abundant ',morning meal. And
while the neenday sun is louring Ins meridian
heat upon unprotected stone and mortar, the
'•:inoSt -delightful shades can be found by the
many gashing springs, or along the banks of
.-., the pellucid-OEOM 1 1111 1 collies winding around
the mountain's base, all the time singing its
7 inerrY,song while sporting o'er its pebbly bed,
• or, rushing wildly' o'er sonic intruding impedi
ineUt throvm across its •undisputed palli„or
where, cnllecting all its scattered powers, tad
----armed Wit lAtnewed.strength,_it_dashes_tqinZ
the ponderous wheel of some stately mill; per-'
74i.! . .fortiting the 'labor imposed upon it, then
.ifiliic63 along as merrily as before
I 'mild like 'to step aside from the' original
' . purpose of this articleandtell you of the many
manufacturing. establishments that
o ,Ait't the
beautiful Mountain stream ; but time will not
permit. But I, cannot forbear memioning the'
• Mount holly gaper Mill. which has so lately
been put in operation, as it proves . to be one
efthe principal attractions of the place';', for
'thine could fail to enjoy the walk of nearly a
mile front the hotels along the shadybanks of
the mountain strehm, where the 'little flab
gambol unconcealed in its translucent waters,.
mid the birds till the air with contagious de
• light.—Turning around the base of a circular
elevation, the mill is stuldenly presented in
ell her grandeur and beauty, and exhibiting a
remarkable degree of good taste; which is id
. , ways so pleasing to' look upon even by the
moat, uncultivated vision. But, nothing we
Lave ever seen, of the kind can vie with the
exquisite and,beautiful finish of the whole in
. tenor of the eat °RAVI) !Wilding, with . all, its
complicated machinery, while genius and re.
- tthemeiit are visibly combined wherever the
eye wanders, and find ordeF,liold per-.
feet rule in every:apartment.
We prophesy great prosperity for lin:Tenter
. prising - proprietors, judging from the find
samples of paper we beheld upon every side
1 i massive piles. Anil well may it. outstrip
... Its competitors, for no null in the country can
'boast'of its facilities. the 'principle of which
is a great abundance of pure Soft mountain
- spring water. This, with the ' dryness and
pureness of the, atmosphere, gives the paper
_Abet. Peculiarly velvet feeling t ro very 'desire.
ble inall-papers for wrffW purposes: We
certainly wish the proprietiiillhe success they
so vie* At sa •ve—for nothing can be more
• ' "gratifying to a frilly American heart than a
- ' , perfect indopendenceinourhomeproductions.
And no French or English paper that abun
• dantly graces our market. can surpass the
• . delicacy of color and perfectness of texture,
'BS well as exquisite finish, 011ie article mane
' lectured at this establishment. .
There are ninny delightful walks and 'drives
through the valley and adjoining country, for
the lovers of Nature's own hundiwork, in the
Many bettutles she has so lavishly scattered
around. and the malty minus displays of her
powers: ;Near lierebre.the Boiling Springs,
the Carlisle end York Sulphur, itnd Dublin
;Gap SPrinvt. and many other places of interest
.. fully capable of driving away the deepest root-.
ell elinui. !I n uit kive . profitable and pleasing no.
cithaticjigipt the mind during the.lobg stun:.
, • m ar inotiffarc,,Then cpme to stir cool =un
- fain retreat. hreathe , the-fresh 'invigorating
o nth; anti drink health, Mid strength from na
ture's goblet .'Oyatli bite green woad islinde;
. and you will return to your Amines blessing
the SOJOURNER •
TIOES"DISEASE of lOIN' ATE Hi
L.► • hIPURITY OF THE BLOOD?
This Is a question of vilel imitui tance. and one which
has never been satisfactorily disi used of by the profes
sors who told, the bealibes art. Some maintain--nod
eTecially the old seta ol Physic's:lS—that life lives 'in
the blood, and therefore all. ilseases o: iginnte. In H—
ind modern Meiol , o.l avers that aliments have their
origlitation In both the solids and fluids of the l ody.
That the latter preponderate, however. Ina fixed fact,
and medical skill hasclearly demonstratod that at
least too-thirds of the that human Ileshis heir to,
have their seurce In an
13iPUltli - HTATE OF TIIH PLUM!
AP, for Instance. In tho Inng catalngue. suet, as Scrofu
la: Totter. It:whorls itch," Pimples, Eryslpe
Ulcers, Salt Rheum, discharges f the Sar,l'ever
SOriator Irruptive diseases of any klud.—Theso_..urmac ,
7.lalued-hy-well - known nitalleolthy...tnatrig;from bad
blood—while'the hlgheht anedlcal Vitt!mattes &chile
that most •fenem orlginato In the smile manner. and
more particularly Typhoid and 'scarlet—the former MS
lug an Internal, 111111 the latter all milernal frimptlve
illsfalso a and In nil persons attacked by these ma , adies,
the blood Is found - to be either coagulated, or of zr dark
To ~rued Milt ia•Re majority of diseases; Ms well Is
eon, a Moldier which have already selized U)1011 the sy
fumy It Is necessary to . .
LI hdnoy'n improved Lllooil Featrelte'r ilnes not elnitn .
for every disease known, but the proprietors elnlin for
It Ihn power not
.only or draining out ell impurities of
the blond. but by the hkilgul rombNotion of well km non
vedeinble rqinedies. It Will mire nil also.es allying from
o deranged Mole ..ft he Aver. drive out ,lyspepvis. and,
give. renewed hiss 31111 vigor to thiesteniariv Allot the
.11Loon St:unlit:lr Is ell that is chi hued for it, the proprie.
tors esnproduce •
lutoor • - •
It, is only n yonrs stolen it was tlismvereti. and yet
it has grown into such a InlSll:ess 'lint a large lalioraiery
1. 5 linen built exProssi , for Its ninuninetnn•—a forge
amyl er of oleo employed lip potting Dom. arid still the
Bt.il'PlN - 601*± - NOT - EQUAL - Tlll2 - I)EMANDV ---
11'a osk. any elllflllilmtatb could !Ids be so. it tby,lied•
lelaa did nut paane9l , ll.l. the virtues elnioned for it?
The-Prom o.tois loivo hundreds of eertittmt., froth
ini4Cnronololty and slalicling in tine counnunity,
log what Ile suedielno.ks (blow tinily for the gniforing
•1m has ever heed the..llllod Seerrhe•.whether relief
vas ex perioneett.
Let the :11111..te1l vivo It. trittl—a ttithtle hol Ito will.
Ithottlett titttnieSt skehtletiVof its eflivary.
It vi-.-.--Forteiledn Carlisle -by -S.--.W.—llave r rstick.-.5.-Fil
Hell, and 11;.1. Nielieti; KaulTman k Son, 111.01 , 111111 ,
harg Zook, Slienlieriktinv CII,III.
I liwstimn ; Sinnoons, CI ; Klyrtz
Silirenianstoivo : A. 31 Leldi
- 31Ar3 - Eilwe -West
11111; .1. C: Fostintielit k Dry.. Oakville: l.liMentalier A
Elliott. Newburg; Wm. Ilratton, Nowville; Rood k.
Co.. Springfield Russell'& Oleo Dirkinnin ,• flight:and
Wsellinger,..lnekiemville; _k Co.. I.em:
Roads: IVni. 11, 1.1ek1e,,• Snoillim.11111: 1), Ilenlineer,
Whit rl ittl I : .1. C. Alt lek. Shippensltrir; all :if Cuinlier
inid county, Pa.
' • • LINDSIW k LFAION, Proprietors:.
• Oet27'llit. Ilellidaysintvg,
)Thy cophm,—.Sine Read
V l / 4 'oll.l<"A 01'. 'EP
17 A E ALLAN ISM.% beautifully Illustrated will
muse thou out. I led origins' designs by Dafley,
ket. rester. Pleke,gifi. erops. , y. Ihnsgan, no
Vaal), : nod ssgrayi , il Is the finest J•ly.lo'
gravim; hy LINToN, EVAN's. . •
5t0,..11,11v MolLirs." A few Cnple•
In )lonwen, Sinn Dollsrs. Alsn. the fifteenth edition n
POE'S COMI'LETE SCORES;."'
IN FOWL VOLUMES, P 2 SIO. PRICE $4.50,
CO II iuin,t the Taloo of the firoletoito and Aral )))) ) ))110
NVloolorfol Stories of tho lootgloation ; All his Poetry
Tho Story of A^tlitir (hullo)) Pyon, dud a comploto Col
lortlon 1)fall )111)1,01)othot), to the )11)gaz,loto1) . • 1 , 4
Ited by RUFUS W. GRISIVOI,II. I). 11., with naives o ,
hic 1,1))) by .1 It: Lowri.n. and N. I'. 11itt.1.s..
Slut by midi. p..tage roveipt. ar pris e.
CUMBERLAND VALLEY INSTITUTE,
AIECIIANICSBUIta, I A.
REV. BEN;IA MIN 17: LIPPINCOI7, A. 11,. PRINCIPAL.
TrAVIIER in" MOILLE..AND N•VC11.11. EVIENCE,
A. FOSTER MULLIN; A. B.: 1110 3lodern
• ••• -•-- , -I.lmgmiges.
711031 AS S. REESE. A. 11., Ancient Languagem and
ilils.lnsLtlyttion having ir.iSsert Into now WOOS. will
rein1, , 11,41.0,11 - 111110 lichool only, on Thursday. the 2,1
iy of F.E.ptetstbSi no . xt IL Is thelb..sign of the present
oprietors to make It a strictly tirst•rlass Boarding
'hood, for training' and fitting bo, it and young Imes
tiler for college or. business. An rillel,lt corps of. 11,-.
ruetors has - been organized. whose personal intsrests
Nettled with tile surroorof the Institution. and
liti soil, NIKIre no pains to inal.e It wittily of the enufj.
my,' and patronage of th • public.. Buildings of
to Institute are:wild°. and well Itrratiged for the
from a' road are expected to board with the teachers -
Th.v will thus enjoy thelienelit of constant lush scutea
Me:thank:hut g is situated in the centre of the beau.
tiful Cumlifirland Valley. film, tulips floor
and is easy:o'llmnd: by Railroad &mut Philtidelphia•Bal
tinter°, be. N.. lo,•ation could Ito more eligible for ac
VPSS-11011e more healthy Or attractive Pirsueb a school.
Pupils from Washington. Baltimore. Pilihifielphill 1111 d
intermediate points, taking 'the morning train. will
reach Me•h,anirn}nrg tinlork, P. ftl. An it hello,
determination of the Principal and his Assistants to
place the Institute on a permanent and elevated }sods,
with every inipneAtpin.regnisite for Imperitir miccess,
they appeal with ronlidencu to all who have sons to ed.
The scholastic year will be divided into two sl4,ions
*of twenty two weeks emelt. the first bevinning in, the
first 11,,,,,by of Soptelliber. and endfin:' en the caret
Wednesday of February: the second session 11l aannind
O n th e fl e w Thursday of February, and ending on the
first Wednesday ofJ my
rr ER M S.
trd.lVashing, Room Rout. and Fuel pm-
Ilion, (('ommon Entrl6ll.) -
• (Higher English) - •
Amient and slodorn Lammages,'.
. Terms per sev.sion payable In advance. 0.
Fut further Information apply to the Phinripal,'
311.V1111 Ilk:4111M I'll.
CURBERLAND VALL,E] ;r II.NK.
311.1.cu0i1l 11110001 AN,
JOllO In 01.11.,
.10110 S. ST1.111 , 11;
11. A. Stuam.os.
JOHN 0. Du-Nixo,
This Hank, doing business In the name of Her, Drell
0111111 et CO., in now folly prepared to do a general
• liking thisiness with promptness and fidelity.
Money received on. deposit and paid bark MI 11011111311.1
itllOUi notice. Interest paid en special depositx. Cur.
sites of deposit bearing. Intermit at the rate of live
cent. will be Issued tor as shin t n period as tour
mooting. Interest on ell certificates will cease at ma.
turity, provided, however, that If said certificates aro
renewed at any time theceafter for another given pe
riod, they shall bear the same rate of Interest up to the
time of renewal. Particular attentionyald to the col.
14ction of notes, drafts, cheeks, &e., In any part of the
United Stales or Canadas.
Remittances made to England, Ireland, or I he Conti,
ut. The faithful and voditiential exteutlon of all
tern entrusted to them, may be relied mum
Ihey-eal I -the. ittlen tion -of -PariderEOluelet tiles •and
thorn who lustre it side depository for their names.
the undeniable List, that the proprietors of this hunk
INDIV.I/VAILIC Ilal Ic to Old extent of their estates fat
the Depossts, and other 'obligations of Gar, Ermine
They have recently removed Into their newitashing
num (Meetly opposite their farmer stand, In West
tilt Street, a few doors east of the Railroad Depot,
Jere they will at nit times• he pleased to gise any
illation desired in regard to stoney shutters is gm..
Opun for buslutsf from U o'clock in the morning uul ll
4 o'clock In the evening., ll: A
Carlisle. May 20. 1857
LI'E It Y STABLE.— El a v ing pur
chased from .1. It. Nonemaker his 1.1 VERY 1.:7 2 -
TABLISJIM EN 8, I will be IllwayF reedy to areounno
'- date the piddle with HORSES. CAII
-401-"" HIM:ES, HUBBIES. 111111 every other at ,
• thin In any line. By strict, attention to
homeless and a dhlre to please. the subserther hopes to
reeeiVe n liberal shorn of public petiolate.,
N. B. Oundbusses on hand to.supply those who may
be In peed of them.
' Nov. 25. 78T.7
BABE CHANCE FOR A GOOD
LA_ INVESTMENT —ma subset - 11.er Intending to
leatve Carlirle, will soli his entire stock of Ilats. Caps.
Boots and Slaws. (Which Is new and instil) on ndvnnta•
genus terms, too responsible buyer. The business Is well
established, and the stand the best In town. Every
satlsliu•tion wlil he guaranteed the nu echaser and terms
made fair.' 1 would like to soil as soon as Feasible.
3. li. It ELLER.
P. 8.-1 will still keep a•lirst rate assortment of pools
on hand, and sell as'elleal, as ever lilt the day of sale.
1 4 1 1AGANCE, TASTE AND FASII-
E 4 .10N COMBINED AT W. SIMMONS'
PARIS" MILLINERY EMPORIUM,
564 BROADWAY, Now York.
A splendid liognrtmont of the most Elreant • and
Fashionable 311 LLIN IlltY and 3B 1,1.1 N Y (If 0118,
selected by our min' a out In Paris and London for
Full and %tinter wear, an o ere a pr ees re ow any
other llouse In the Trade: also, a lame assortment of
Felt and Beaver BONNETS, fir Ladles' and -
wear, at the lowest possible prices. wholesale and retail.
Pattern Bonnets always on hand. , .
—ant . •
Jl CJIle D . .
Prof; SEpTuilus S. BATA,
Iles the honor orannouuelng to the Ladlea and Gentle
men of CAIII.L.tidt, that ho willnpen bin '
On FIt,WAY, the let day of OCTOBER, MP
Duringthe semen, thb latitst and most fashionaLle
ti; WALTZEM, OAI.IopAIWS,
POLKA& _ScwirrielCllES. Yr.VELE,OIS.: aid the celebrated
LANIJERS QUADRILLE, will he taught.
The.rnotEssratimae , naged the 001110IIICK Roams n4r
the establishment el" Messrs. LYNCH' A: DerwLmicit,
(opposite the -VOLUNTEER Orr 11111.) • ' • •
'WAR Or TUITION.—For Nilsen., dod Nina ,
tors: Titerdays slid Fridnys, Rem o'clock. I'. M.
"rot o°llol4lmo, 4.4111 u oVellitip; (rain 7' to 30, P.
A book V4lll be . ..posed nt, UPI lIERALD OFFICE, Crlirre
tern.: 4t.: will be made known., ' . -„,
dept. 29, !MA,
oiler * '. • Sugar, Butter and Soda
•%•.....4,,,5.• Clike,Currtint Junjbolg;
ifrb Il .1 IC lENVEIII4.
ASK ANY PERSON
S. S. lISIWIELD. , Agi•nt,
Si Seel:nun St.. New York
12 u I
3lcaf Tstite Sales
iHANS' L •COURT SAI
USIICC of an order of the Orphans' Court of
r t ;i 1131 ;
Cumberland county, the undersigned guardian orJohn
Bretz, ono of the h;lrs of Raritan, Yolm.nthorntse Shot-
I or, deceasedovlll offer at public sale on the promisor,
_on TUESDAY. thttlfiln day of NOVEMBER, 1858, all
that valwable tract of land, lately la:longing to said de
cedent. situated In Silver Spring township, Cumberland
co., hounded by hindsof Matthias Moor, berry Bear,
Jacob Mumma and others, and con.,
tains 65 ACRES, a
more or less W . haring ; •
thereon °nolo,' STONh' DI:M.IN.° , I:Vt7 i
HOUSE, Steno Bank Barn anti other •"
Improvetnents, the 'thy of the -
la Id Is very line and this offersn great Inducement . to
SO° to continence at 1 , o'clock, P.-Al e when-terms will
GI E0:111'NElt, 0 uordiam
0ct..27', 1 684 c.
YALU A Bal
PROPERTY AT PRIVATE
8 lA. —Titn * subscriber offera at prL
vat.: fule tho 31111 Property on whlell
ho now resides, situated In Mifflin
township. Cumberland County . , 0 miles west of Now.
Ville, nu 4 4 runes east of Newburg,. on the State road
leading from Newville to Three 6.quare'llollow.
, This prapert v includes 45 ACit EA 01 , WINO: 40 acres
of witch are eta udd :OAHU. a good state of rult.vation,
the greater..miit being limed uud 11111101 . Grand AM",
with Hunting water in every . field. The residue, 5
acres, o.ivi.rik with grand Umber. .
The i taro votoiluts ore a three stor?filtlST MILL in
gond repair, with excellent Burrs and Chrppers, and :ty
excellent rho at minion,.
, . . .. . . . .
Also, a Saw If 111. In goodoriler. with constant employ.
merit. 'filer, Mills' are on the Three tiquaro Hollow
Roo, with a head of fifteen feet. .
The. other Improvements aro. a two-story E T ' i ~„ .
,f It A3l g AND VW, HMI:4% FrOIIIM '5t.:1140,• ei'l:. : .
.. (nearly Lew) Carriaor House. Smoke MONO " '
!Old other necessary out-linlblinas. 'Thera is a well of
excellent water. (with n pistols in it, at the door. Also,
.n Litririog.voting OitCliAltDr or choice fruit.
The ;O,nvo property will, ho a .1,1 so as to oiler great in.
docements to purely...ors: For further partioulars_ ap
ply 5 ' - • _ .. -.10:3Pilill-X,..-1,INDSI
Mifflin Township. Ana:2sl. ihtl,..tf. - '
I will sell at private g.ile or If not sold I will'rent
from the Ist of April; 1159. all my IVAltit.lltlUSE
PROIiORTY at Oakville. on the Citinberhunt Valley Pail'
Rot I, for n ternrof years or a stogie year, as will beat
The prop,gfty consists of n
TIVOSTORY BRICfc WA.R4II9USH,
covermi with - sine;loo — fda lomr, li , i - feee aide,iinir
(shed in the intst:lnAntter, with all modern Impnlve.
- molts rhitvht, 711 front oritiOillroot "nttraNikt - Ft - dittig; -
end calculated to do any amount of forwarding v bust.
Them Is also on the premises alargo
ifjpfißY BRICK HOU - SE.
. • .•
papered, paiuted and finished 'from the eel or to the
-garret in the hest style: and also a TWO, STORY IblU.
ME [NINE, whichig gibm handsomely finish
.1: with cellar under the whole of the said buildings,
floe iaraens and yards:Oa:idled tip each: with on excel.
lent cistern at the deny and also a never failing well of
'fbiq property la.sltu at; In tho iulddle of Cumberland
Valley, with the finest limestone land all around: about
lII' I way bet went, Newlin,' and Shlppenaburg: n situp•
tam which .eannuands the lwat grain market of the
Will/b. VII Ilev.
If sold the tnrum. will be pptile nimlertte up.on good
- .4ei.arlty bring givori for the pprehafelllOiley, — Apply to
.. . 1A . 1.3011 brlllli
' Carllsle,"(iet 20, s:l.—tf.r Carlkle.
CRT P OC N
WnEutts the lion. WES It. GRA lIAM. Presb
atria 3udze of the several Courts 411 Common Pleas of
the ecuiitles . of Ctinthefland.' Perry 111111 Jlllll3lll. and
Just fee of the se‘eral Cllllrll4 of Oyer and Terminer awl
General .let! Delivery its 50111 counties, and Hon. Sop
oat WormanaN nod Hon. M. Coeat,lN, Jud , ges of the
Court pr Gyer and .Tertnlner and General Jo 11 - Dellvery
for the trial of all rapital other offenders, ha the
nail enmity of Cumberland. by their prevents to mu
rectedolate+the 12th-of -A prllyPiros,-hose.ordenal-the.
Court only', and 'refrainer tont.General Delivery
to be holden at CA 1t1,1141,E. on the And NIONDAV of
farerasot. to 1 1 4111t111U1! two weeks.
NOTIrE IS II ifftEßY tttVl N to the Coront , r, .hue.
flees the Pea., and S,nnstableao' the said county of
_Cumberland, that they are by. tint FahL . precept coin.
minded to be then mot there In Melt proper persons,
"wltletheir rolls, records, inquisitions, examinations
and all other lemembratces. to do those things which
to their.officerappertain to be done, tintdaWthose that
are bound tip rerognirances. to proneettte attalnst the
prisoners that are or then shall. be le) - thu jail of sell
county, are tc be there to . prosectan diem as shall be
JACOB 1.10W31 AN, Sheriff..
Sept. 2n, IRAS.) -
71 STA'L'E NOTICE. Letters testa.
II( men tr.ry ma. the - ut I Aeolt KOLLER, of
Upper Allen. dAn:eased. have been ',lined by the : Regis
ter of flumberiand county. to John it. Coover. of the
same lownehip. All pers.om haring . claims against the
Estate, aro hereby notified to present them duly an.
then floated for settlement, and those Indebted tit make
Exerutor of.lneob Koller, deed
I\T OT IC 11 . :. L. -A II persons lc now in g ;
LL• selven.lisdelitod to Um Estate orlinoroo• Mo r e,.
devegowd, areittroby notified to make immediate pny-
31AltY M. .MOIIRIS,
or O. P. Ilularivb, AttornoY
Carlisle. Sen. 8, 1858
N • •
OUCH. —,- Notice is hereby given,
th..t.Appikei,,,, win be made to the lOU' Legis
lature of Pennsylvania. to alter the charter of the
DEPOSIT HANR, located In the iluroazli
of Carlisle, Cumberland County. on 1111 to roofer upon
said took the rights and privileges of a 11:tTok of moue,
mot to change its name to the Cultund: Rod:: also• to
Inert...am, the capital of said Bank, which to at present.
Se, entyd l ro 'pnousand I/dials, with privilege Of in
creasing the FlOll. under Its present charter to 11110 hun•
Bred thousand dollars, to too hundred thousand dollars.
.N. C. 3IUSSELMAN,
"Culls!" June 0. IR.rei
rIUMBERLAND. VALLEY It, It.—
'-"...:-• ' .. t •• i :ie.:- .
• . ‘ t
• 4- •••
CHANGE OF 11012118! ,
On and after MONDAY. OCTOBER 11th 1859. Passen - ger
Train, will run as follows: (Sundays excepted* -
FOR HMIII.IBIIIIIIO. _ -
- -.,.+,... - Ist Train. 2d Train
leave Cliambersbute s- 8.25 A. AL . 2.15 P. 31
Shippensloirg; 6.55 " 2.411 " '
" New sills,, • 9.27 " 3.18 . 0
• " Carlisle. • 10.90 . 3.58
.31 erlianicsburg, 10 32 •,, 4.30 ~
Arrive at Harrisburg, . 11.03 , 0 5.02 "
Ist Train. 2d Train.
Leave Ilarrlsburg ' 8.30 A. 51 . a 1.00 P. 51.
" 51erhaniesburg 0.10. 0 1.211 "
Carlisle, -9.50 0 2.12' . 0
0 ' ' New villa, 10.30 - " o 2.47
Sliippensburg, 11.02 . 3'23
Arrive at Chanils.r3burg, 11.30 " 3.53 ~'
Trains (rave (Harrisburg for Philadelphia; via Penn'n—
' Railroad:at •1.10, A. M.. 2.15, P. 31„ 0.25,'. P. IL, and
- 19.00 at night. By Heading, via Lebanon, Valley Hall
It.sul at,2.25 P. NI.
' For Pittsburg, 3 40, A. M., 1.00, I', 01., and 5.10. P. 51.
F, ,r Illiillitiori.. ti 30, A. 51 and 1.45, noon. For Trver.
t•ni and Willianisport; It 1.00, P. 31., ana 6.45, 0. 51.
Train on Dauphin Road at 1:10, P. NI. -- -
NOTION TO PASSENtIERS: • At all Stations where
Tickets are sold, viz: Chatubershurg, Shippensburg;
Carlisle, 31ecliniesburg and Harrisburg, a ro , ductlon of
TEN CENTS on each Ticket will be inado to all Passen•
gum that provide thenieelves with Tickets before en
tering the - Cars. .
O. N. LULL, Super%
Railroad 0 co,Chombersbu
d. 0.1/158. . rzl.
• . . .a
CRITTENDEN'S 1. 3 ILA DELHI IA
N. E. darner Seventh and Chestnut Sta.,
Au Institution doesigned to pregaro young men for
iNCORPOBATED JUNE 4,• '55.
• ROA RD OF TRUSTEES.
Comegye. David S. Brown,
Froitels Hoskins, A. V. Parttliii,
David Milne, isaac Hacker, t.
Overt., IL Stuart. IL It. Hinman,
Joint Sparhtwk. Frederick Drown, •
Joshua Lippincott, Jr.
S. 11. CRITTENDEN, Principal, Consulting Accountant,
nod Instructor In Commercial Cast...nut '
Twist so, W. ' , raceme of Pit numnship.
utomec 11. TORANIIER, Professor of the Science of Ac.
.Tony llsossuruk, Professor of Hook Keeping and Ph.
A uousres Suomi, Professor of Languages.
Hon. Jogs—loam Lecturer on Commercial Law.
W H. ALFER 7 1.. L. D.. President of Hirard College—
Lecturer on Political Eyonomy.
-Catalogue . . .
s, containing' full particularpotterms, roan
nor'ottnetrtsll.3o. - iinny - boltd - on - upplying - s5 - rh -
College, either In person or Wiping.
'4lp- tIIIITUNDEN'S 11001S-liiiEPINU for solo.
l'rico $1.50.—.1t0y to inane, 50 ets. - • [0ct.13,'58.
VENITIAN BLIND MANUFACTURER
Bleolaanlosburg, Pa. .
)-`Di' All styles and pattorno of Blinds made to ardor,
and Old repaired JO a neat and substantial man.
nor. and on reiloonablitenno •
oVis - Oniers from Carlisle and other points abroad re,
,opectfully solicited. and promptly attended to. ti
shop directly oppusitirthe 'Union lintel,' West Main
Street,. , [duly f,
I.SIEBURNERS' COAL .- .2,0 W
'CONS of Lykonn Valloy Nut C.l.a a auperlor rte.,
c and for sale by
. FRANKLIN tIOUSE,.•.' .•.
South ll:sourer Street, Opining thu Court House
Carlisio, Pa. .. ' % JOHN II AN:YOPI..
Air %fail COarh loaves dully for P.tpoilown. Peters
burg, York Splines nvol.tht,lnvorfrom this 11nure.,.,„
1 - RON. —l'E - TON - 8
- Forgo), PI U. IRO for sale at the WarohoOmo '
4oOf.•Vi• PV. 8 .1 , • W. it: u toy* v
L". _ NOTICE.--Tuos. M. .BIDDLE
continues th e practice elite law, In the office
tlnanorly Occupied by file father, Wm: M. Diddle, Mail ,
and mnro recently, by the law firni`of Penrose a Biddle,
. , .
bee. 23, W.] , ' • . • .
1-4,1 P. HUM RIC 11, Attorney 4t, taw.
• —Office .on North' tranover street. n iew doors
South of alms' Hotel. - All business entrusted to him
will be premptlynttended to. Itt•
AW NOTICE'.- REMOVAL.
1,4 M. PENROSE hos rumored his office to the room
Ibrmorly occupied by Wm on sircut'a few doors
oxst.of the•Meth6dict'Chur,dr whoro - WWllllWaiptly
t Wildness entructc+Utellitn. - 7
August 19,1857. - - ' - -
rA W 0 10 .—L 31 U TOD
resumed the practice of the Law. Office
Centre S q uare, wost sato, near the First , Presbyterian
Church. .• 1 •
April 8, 1857. - .• •
EAR.: S. B. KII3FEER Office in• North
f linnov or street two doors from Arnold 4-.• Bon's
lilltre hours, more particularlyfrum 7 to o o'clock
A. 51.. and (min sto 7 o'clock. I'. 11. .'
L.-hoar° it ARMSTRONG has remov-
L10,11,k °lnce to Contra *lmre west of the Court
louse: whom he may ha r 'insulted at any , hour of the,
lay or uNirt. fir. A. has had thirty years °aperientc
n tho prolosolon, thu last too or which hare 31.011 darn.
ed to the Study and practice of Ilenueopthle mud!
goo. May 20, 'l,7llnr. • • .
GEO.. w . .. N.immoir. 1): D. S. -
Fite DupionAlnitor of qplnttive Devitistrylo the
• Y N'ti re. :0 r a rl re . pide ' n ' co,
• opposite •31arion .
'eat d (ain SLrggL~.CurlLslu._
South Ifanove ,serek,
next door to. he Post • •
t!)-Will be absent from Carlisle the last. ten days
(each month. [Aug. I, 'L".i
'farina. returned. CO CarlHlti: offers Ills professional
service. to tile citizens gun orally.
- 0111. f.! In North l'ltt street, n'early oppasitu'ltis former
Terms—Moderate. . [Carlisle. Mareh 31.'58.
Ire Will laiit;senf ;lie Ist of .t.Prli next.
DR. G ' ;',oll G E S. ,SE A
tica-ar.,,:„." lima, DENTIST. from the Mil.
••••• timore College of Doof a) Surgery
V.V.-0111m at the resithinee of his mother,
street. three door,. below Bedford.
•• - •
1)1t. J. C. iNEI F res . ped•-
IF a etfully Informs the ladle , nod rontlemen
•••••• of Ca ri kle. and vicinity.tiut lie ham re.
aumed.the_prActice of pentialrf.,
form all ore.rtill4tts ,th e teeth g11,111...t lig
to hie profea;dott:' lie will insert full. set!, nftooth en
gold ur Ail ver. n I th single Ulllll teeth. nr Ide..ha, as they
may prefer: "Term, milder/It'. to milt the tines:'
in High street, directly s
y L opit aite the Cumlan ,
land Vallee Bank. , .
• . ,
S. will ho In New vino lite hut ten days td
every limn tit. • •
Jan. 20. 11455.-1 y• „.
DOCTOR ..IU(KST.US R... EOBERT,
Tenders his Professional S."VI . I•A to the ri115...70t
31ount. P‘Psrto.oh •
and Its vuanity.
'ti - Ills 011ie° wilhiso (him! :it his roshletter.
Hotel. • f Aug. •25,
I s. W. HAVERSI'MK - , I)ruggist,
... ....... —North ll:moves:St root., Carlisle... _.. . ._ _
Physlvlau'w prescript Pins rarprall v compluilited
A full supply of fresh tivug,s and (43.0, Is. ' '
13:3. KIEFF . Eft, Deater:iii I)rtigii.
tiCli:lllmi.. Perf 3 ry. Valley A rtlele4.Courer.
tlanary,' 1.5.0it . th 112.nover Strevi, enrlldo,_ l's.
13 EEDE -& MT NA) E N UAL L,
BANKEr.S, • •
.Lllllll and (Nlerting
Partfenlor attention pattl to the I,itslriess of non-real
dents, such as buying and selling Heal Eqlte,inaning
money on real estate seourßies. Paying Tut Ats an
looking offer the general Interest of non•residents.
References glven it required ! , •
Address, BEEDE I : STEN DEN TIALT„
MI Itheapoll , , Minnesota. .
July 21,1859—1 y -- • -
rro- 13 LAC.
I r beltnt well ktiOwn n. it writer. *mild oiler his
services to all requirinv Literary old. Ile will franish
Addrescos, Orations, Essays Present:Ulna speeches and
replies, Lines for Albums. Arto.tles—prepare matter
for the Press—Obituaries. and Write Poetty upon ally
sullied Address (post paid)
Feb. 17, 1953. I Baltimore. lid,
REAL "ESTATE AGENCY.
ANDREA' a. EAR. M. JEFF TIIOIII,OEI.
F:GI & T OMPSON,
[lave opened an Ake at St.:l nwph, Mo., for the pur
rime and %aloof Beal Estate. buying and belling Land
Warraols, entering Land on Tim'i. Surveying and Map
ping Towns. Location of nts. and making Invent.
inputs for Tm-residents. paying of TAXER, and all bunt
ness I,M:tilling to a General land Agency In. Missouri
lianms. Nebraska. and lowa. .
• . .
e4),.0f11,0 on Second Stteet, North of A. T. lientt le%
Banking Ihma, - :.luly 30, 1856.
REAL ESTATE AG ENC • RE.
MOVAL:—A. L SPONSIXR. DEM. ESTATE
CON Vri.ANDER AND Siltl VEN ER. bag ry
oo to bin New Olneo on Main r.treet. door we'd
of the emnberland . Valley Rail hoed De'. t.
110 Is otiw permanently 10,-ated. and has on hand mil
for gale a very large moonlit of Real Estate, is...lining
of Farms, of all 14,8, 1111111111r0i0d. Mill
Propertles• Town Property of every deserlption.
dog Lois, also. Western Lands and Town 1•01 e. 110 will
-give his attention, as heretofore to the Negitiating of
Loans. Writing of Petals, Mortgages, Wills, Cootracts,
nod Si:livening generaily.
Oct. gg, 1857.—tf.
W. C. RHEE
ATTORNEY AT LAW AND GENERAL AGENT
117 11Lg W '1 7 i Z 1''tu n Uan
'." 7 th : 3uCi
nut e I[t make es ts.l4 and ball
Heal Estate owl securltles. Negetinto leans. pay tale-,
locate land warranis. fir., &c. Refer to the members of
the Cumberland County liar, and to all prinnlnent citi
zens Of Cirlbile; tot. [A 1144'5g-ly.
CA. BIRNBAU)I, Hook-binder and
• !ILA N K.Il RJR MANUFACTURER.
Mechanicsburg, Pa. -
3lnsic,"Magati ees, - ,Newspape..s, - Bibles, ithink-bookF,'
Nes-books, Copy •books, de., Lc., are received and re.
tainted. neatly hound in env week, at moderate charge
es. Atha. p nen. ruled to any desired pattern.
Jan. V, 1/158.] •
NOVO E C lIER - - -
Teacher competent to take charge of a st•hoot in the
borough of New Cumberland, In this county, for the
whiter ~esslol, to whom it liberal salary will be,pald.."—•
For further particulars addrusu •
WM. S. PROM - ELL: •
• Secretary School Board.
July 21, 1858-3 m .
IY TEM COURT OF. COMMON
PLEAS Of CUMBERLAND COUNTY,-The
thin of Wm. B. Mullin, Ephraim lug, Iroben Moore, J.
Riwent. and .1. W. Mandl:al, sotting forth that they
have been duly appointed Trustees, for the - purpose :of
purchasing and holding a house and lot of ground In
the Borough of Carlisle, as a District Parsonage, &c.,
ke., and tiro desirous of becoming incorporated under
the name and title of Tile CAULDILE Mentor PARSON
Nolc/a wit, 2sl.h A ngust.lBsfi. Tito Court onler nun
derrellinit notice-lie elven arconling to the Act 4 As.
Ketubly. that this application Ins been made. and that
line sufficient rouse he shown to the contrary, at ...the
first day of the next term hereafter, the same- will be
eranted. BY 'ffilE COURT. . .
Cot. 13, 1858
Sniort P, Sxrnen, Ohlo. •
W. K. Ma.m..ols, Pounoylvania.
L. Cootc, Rhode Island,'
NYD E R, M' PiiRLA ND, AND
In Itcal,Estate, .
Juno 3,1857.—1 y
" Thick Thickness covers the-garth,
Cross Darkneei the Pdople."- -- ,
COUNTRY MERCHANTS, and all
others, tako Nation! - That thoy can supply
thomorlooo, in any quantity with •
HON-EXPLOSIVE KEROSENE OIL COAt . OIIII.4I4PS,
At the, WholetUila and Retail II MAD QUAIITES, 88
SouttrdECOND Street, Philadelphts. ,
The only place where twined , o Agencies can ob
joined for the Status of Pentiolesnid, New Jersey and
These !watts glee a 114. t equal In Intensity •of flame,
and similar in appearance to thm, and are claimed to be
superior' o all ether - portable light., now In use. tin
fear of ploslon:—No offensive eder.—.:No smoke.—Very
easily tn easily regulated ns a Ilan Light.—
Can be adapted to all. purpases nd.better then all
for a peer man.-1,0 per cent' cheaper 'thaw any other
portable light, now In coalmen r aw •
•. • • ,
.A.08r61 ALSO, FOR " , • •
KNAPI"B PATENT ROSIN AND:COAL '0Ih• 1.8.31 P•
!Amu, 0110, Moho, nano. and every arthie. In
the Una. • :. - 8. R. SOUTHLAND Anont.
" ,No. 38 South fineond 81Knot,
. • •
Anne esota Territory
Jones' Far Famed kident
B. J. KIEFFER'S
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Drug, Chemical, Confectionary, Fruit
PiRIkTP STOAK.E. •
rTutc undersigned hos just replenished his stock of
J. DRUGS and lItEDICINIiS, which, having beau net
lected with great tare, he. is =Mailed are Fresh and
Pure. - Physicians' prescriptions will be propptly and
_fitithfullyattended to. Orden. from -merchants -in the
country will 1,13 tilled with care and on the most'reason•
able terms. All official preparations mode Arictiy_luZ
acatrthiticCiiittitira - ILI:e
• SPICES G MARILD AND Wllold4-
such,. Cinnamon, Clover, 7 Alspice,-Corianilcr,-repper, -
Gingen, Mustard, Raking Soda. Washing Soda, Create
Taker: Nutmegs, Toast Powder, Mace, Citron. Sweet
Marjoram Thyme. Sc.. Sr., fresh and pure. Ile has out
different Potent Medicines-of the day.
• CONTEaTIONARIES. • '
Oranges, Lemons, Figs, Raisins, 'Currants.. Prunes,
Almonds. Filberts, Walnuts, Groundnuts, Creaumuls
Chestnuts, Atnericau, German arul Freueli Candles, and
Candy Toys of every variety. niece wishing to make
wholesale purchases eau hem ho supplied with the best
quality of Confectitllntries and atiower rates then at
any ether house in the country. Ile .Ims also a full aw
sortment of ' , •
, AMERICAN, GERMAN AND ERENCII TOYS,
consisting of Wood and Tin of every description.
as Dolls. Doll Heads. Horses, Wagons, Birds, Moving
Figures, Fancy Work Jinxes. Masks; Cords. Drums.
Chairi,-Whlisi. Trumpets, Whistles,
he.. fie.. to be sold Wholeast° and Retail, Mid. layrices,
•Erompetition is defied. , •
FANCY GOODS. • ,
Port Moimaics, Purses, Pocket Books. Fine Pocket
Cutlery. Shell and'l'earl Cases,
Folios: CalstS, • German, French and American China
'Ware. I tilistands• and trays. Card ^Racks and Ifaskets,
Jell . Hr.'s' PinslYeekletsautilttngs,Combs PtilL-Lottg,-
Side n uttapercha Combs. Mair.Clothek. II it,
itutt•tn. Nail and . Tolth Brushes. Sewing Silks, Patent.
•Thrend and Spool Cotton. Buttons, fic., Are.
• ' PERFUMERIES. •
Fancy Toilet and other Beans.' Pearl Powdenr„
tracts. lurk quality !lair Oils, Pommies. Shaving Soaps
and ('reams. Ttedh Paste. Balm ofd Thousand Flowers,
Trlcopherens. Tooth Wash, !lair Invigoramrs, and flair
Dye. The aoove Mire been selected with care and will
all on exam ination,ipenkihr theniselyes,_ •
) .1 ) ,IN'D SP,
-- On - hand - thr - tamt - lot - of - Segarannir'robacco - that - Ints
'ever been brought to this town._llk Segars erin•
ilm smoker on trial of the urity of the, material
of which they 'ilsist.—lle has on hand these only
whirl ore imported anti which he fall re. °annelid as
much. We need not speak of the true Bernie,, Seger
they have al'ready" maned forthemsnlves a repute dew
that they se richly deserve. Ile also keeps the common
al tide of Segafs to s,,lt the trade: Tobacco such on El.
derado Plain Congrnss, Twist Plain. Fig Leaf, l'aven•
dish, Congress, and Fine Cut Tobacco .and Ara; the
Feeling thankful to the generous public for their
era) patronage, a centhonitlon of the sums, Is solicited,
at our permantnit location - In South Hanover street,
real, opposite Daimon's Hotel, and next door to Mr.
C. Inholrg ttrorerv.
en OW r. Jm, 23, 104--1 y
IpT tAND CAR- j!',3,I.PORIITA
- .J.-0. CA1.1,10: it co.: 'snreesirers ter W,n. if:Wont,
announce to . their eusteinerfi_and 11142 fuddle
tharilkov have just re - , , eived from' Philadel.
Ala. a large (Ind etrzanl stick of yoods t in their line of
husirie.s ufo,ery variel3 styli, and quality
They have on hand a 'splendid
' :assortment of -
• il A T S
of all descriptions, from the common I[o.l
to' the finest Ftlit AND HIS If.ITS: and at ;mkt;
that:Ml.t suit every opt, who has an eye to golfing the
xx t l, or tiie tttttt te3.. Their tillk; Akio Shin anti Ite,iver
flats. are tutsurpas.tett f ill LITY
AN It PI NI,II : by tinter .1 any other establisittnent in.
ItOTS• II ITr of every lescriptlen rorst ant ly oit hand,
They—reepeetfali t y the old ,patrotni and as
many 110 W 1,11.4 Its ptifiiillo, to, give t ant 11 Call.,
J. O. CA LIAO A. CO:.,
Oer 13. ltikt-.—ly
XTEW FALL GOODS.AT omair's
. • . - • NE V - -STOR E. • '
hhnre just returned from Philadelphia. and am now
opening a litre., and , splendid assottnient of Fall and
White - TA:grub, which will ha sold at astonishingly-la.
.tries for t he CASIL
A large line of elegant dress genie, such as bilks, all
scoot Del.:tins, - Poplens, foil DC-Chelideis, - -Ciishmeres,
Merinees, Plaids, it
SIIA WLS SHAWLS. A full assortment of miirsTylif
Shawls, all kinds and prices. and very
Elegant worked collars. Flounrings, Edgings, Insert
logs. r. e '•
Calicoi, — Treklrigs. Flannels, Illkukets, _Undershirts,
Glares.- Stockitigs, hr great variety..
Eteg Int Fall m.O later Ribbons.
Cloths, Cibochners and Vestings, n new supply, and
cheaper than ever.
CARPETINUS. Imperial, Ingrain. Venitlan, .hemp.
and Rag Cm-v.(lllgs, at the lewrst notch.
A full assortment of the best :makes, Bleached and
Unbleached muslin,: very .law.
Ladies Skirts of all kind., a ad-uncommonly cheap.
It is impossible to e ttttt nerate one half of the at titles.
- All tiersans in - Avantairhaitilsenie aid chea - go els are
respectfully invited to call at the new store, West. Slain
Street, ue.arly opposite theitailroad Depot, where they
rain lay out their rash to the very lest advantage.
- - "QUICK SALES AND SNIALL,PROFITS"
arlisle r Sep. 15. Mitt.
NANCY FURS-FUR LADIES AND CHIL
.I.IIIN FARKIR A k CO., No. 818 (new no.) MARKET
Street. above Eighth, lititt•ifx.—lmporters. Minutiae
timers and healers in FA NCY FURS, for 1, lira and
Children: tile. Film, Fur Collars, and Cloves.—
Tholuilnber of years that we have been engaged in the
Pei the general eharaeter of our Furri,
Midi' fm ovvitvre and, rotor In sit generally known
throughout the Colntly, that we think it In not no
cossm fur. us to oar anything more than that we have
lime opened our asset tomtit. of FURS for the Fall and
ifinter Sales. of the largest and most beautiful assort
-111.111. Mitt nOllllll, ever offered before to the public.
tour Furs have all been Imported during the present
seasod, when 1110.11* ails scarce and FM'S Much lower
than at the present time. nail have been manufactured
by the nowt conipetent workmen I we ere therefore de
termined to sell them at surh j.iires as will rontlnue
ti us the reputalbm wo have borne for years, that Is
to sell n good art Rio for a very SMALL I'ITOSIT.
Storekeepers. will do well to give us a eittl. us they
will and the laraest imvertment l,v far to select from.in
the cl y. and at 111131InfacLumrs priees.
JOHN k CO.
No. SIS Ntlrkot Street, nbove
'VOW IS THE TIJIE TO PRI , :
• PARE FOR WINTER.
The subserlbera bare just returned (row the cities of
New York and Philadelphia, nib sue of the largjst ns
gunmen ta of FALL and WINTER IiIVDS, ever brought
to this place, enibracEng every variety of
READY MADE CLOTIIINO,
and piece goot's, which will be made up to order or Ald
by the yard. amontr•which a row Articles may be named,
viz: Fine Mack. Twilled Fieneh.luo-olack, Blue,
Green, Drib and Claret CLOTIIVS: NNW and Fancy
CASSINIERES oryery style and quality; Sala. Black
And Fancy Grenadine, Merino,..; , Warßtilles. Silk and Doe
skin VESFINGS: All wool French TVFOUIig•
Cashmeret, Jeans and 'every description - of
heavy goods for tall mid winter wear. Also, the largest
and handsomest st wit of Philo and Fancy CRAVATS,
STOCKS. and TIES; Linen and Silk Pocket Ilandker
elders: Collars, half lion, and Gloves of every hind: to- gather with a large assertint ut of Trunli's, Valises, and
Carpet Bags, all of which will be sold at the lowest
prices. tall and see us at the old stand, In North
thinoverstreet, opposite Cnaler's Hotel
ARNOLD & LIVINOSTON.
- - EWING'S : -
18 582 •41 , s , ' vt
West High Street, Carlisle, Pa
(Premium awarded at the Ctimberland 'County:
Agricultural Fair of 1857.)
The subscriber has just . received the most splendid
_assortment of articles in his line. over brought to this
place—which he is determined to sell at prices that de
- Embracing every article used by House and Hotel
keepers, of the most appmved and fashionable design
and finish. Including alas Cottage furniture In setts.
;reception and Camp Choirs, Mattrasses, lilt frames ;
pictures, Sc., de,
rummers ore requested lo call and examine his
Istock,1 stock, at his extensive ware-reams, West Main street ;
-North-side A B._,EWJ2il—
qty Particular attention given no usual to (anentlei
orders from town and country, attended to promptly
and pa moderato terms.
Catilai, May 12, 1i‘58.-Iy. • • •-----
[RUN It . i "fiir
ISenintery Acloaurcs, publicand private grounds and
gardens, made to ceder itt tho Carlisle - Foundry. her
dock of nailing, Verandah and Bracket patterns cont.
Prises a largo variety of now and elegant. design° which
the public are Invited to call and 0X:11111110. Orders for
casting and Puttiost tip Railing will be promptly execu
ted at satisfactory prices. • .
cit_Ll An entirely new TEN HORSE STEAM ENGINE
and BALKH now on hand, wananted to be of the best
tnekei and:loll.bn lad at a bargain-Mr-cash or on short
V, GARDNER & CO, , • July 21, 1818,
NOTICE.—In oertulltuird . 'persons
buv'mt BUCK LOIXIVES, amilbst imposltielt
hereby certif. that Mr. A. W. ilsgrz Is the only agent
fur the isle of 4 * Wollt's linnover, (luck
Oleves." Mr. Route having received his glee. directly
Iron nig, buyers ,or rely on getting the gamine man
ufacture from tile.. - • .•
'lB. , t " • • • Pll.,itighlei"
.. . ,
1 - 1 LACKS coA 1:.-10,000
Ilktxliels or Ilituininbus Coal,•froot ttta celebn r ito:/
"lemon ' Minos. relivlbg and for solo by • -
..',Arbiontto.l-857. • • -0 ••1 :MAK MUItR4IEI '
G OLD EXCITEMENT AT Fat,.
ZElt REVZI3 OUTPOtig, •
By tbo largo arrival 14', tr - 14 n
,Wt t 7 0,2 1 /15 4.t
'gem- GOODS, Delosluting of Int Lek ilinnh el/Per/Or
' breed., Caney in ; groat Misty elf
. . -. . tityles, elegant Varid Ds Wilma, 1,u0n.,
•• . celebrated maim of Merlons: ail cobra
( • and nualitloa, Guidn'a 41 wool /)4-
- 'Lanes, Tankful UotbS, Poll De Out
, diem Morino. --;-''
..,.. It TM GOODS. C•t 8 11311111•Eg. ,A. complete lino of
..11, _ • mouvnlng gouda. to whtelt we eaptelal,
' . —' • lyinvitotttentlonir-Enibraelngsnelyrie
" ' ' - very lieu DoMbozlnes, Sllity-Wark lAC,
—7l.ntnnourni - ng - itatn; — tnt.. ifotrui
'•buctree black Merino...if and Doraloos,
- — .Eng]fah and French Crapes,
VIM' GOODS. • Shawls In great ablfndenee. Drool..
lii • ' Toilet, Stella, long and square Shawls,
- - Ili. very low price. - Cloth GloakS all -
• • , Tense, 'Furs of 411 ktude.
Veit worth of Joviliertiebrated Kid
- . • Gloves,' •thuhrofflorfea,- okgint sotto
Collars, Undereleoves, Donde. rife.
NEW 'GOOD ,•
S. Also; d D
anope weer. culled
for the season. - Week, blue and brown
Clothe, Deaver - Cloth Cataluters, Miele
and fame)! Satinets, velvet cord Jeans,
. . - • 'fie. .lientionnnee Sbowle,. Crishmere
Muffles, flearti. Ties. Stooks, f A. full
• osaortment of Mb fund:Too on& cotton'
NE" GOODS. Drawers and- Underallirte. Standing
and Myron collars. Slararilles and Mu
, on Bosoms " Hosiery of every variety.
, Dontestle Goode-of °eery description,
.Super Blankets 104.11-4; 12-4, • war
ranted not ( A.h...eb?litk by washing.
. ' ' Crib and_OraWillianketa.,_______, ,______
NEW GOODS. KA.Nlll.l4.'orall kinds and prieee
Wevtion Varna, pity and home mane
.. feet u ref-blealhed a nd brown Sheet' nee,
. . . chi 1 ting and pillow ease Muelins'of list,
, . 'beat brands in Its,: market Tlclilogs,
..---• • Stripee,-OheekaCali.vice. at nil-prices.
SO doz. Hanover buckelcitt Otrives,
fINIFfir GOODS; I.la . untlets • Buck Mitts, liens' and
flue' ilerl ' in Glov'es. Ale. 'a: great va.
. • . riot) , of lo noel riblume and &co ttlm.
• mings, lading and children's worsted
. , • - goods, Ruch asjluderveale, Hondo and
,Tafmns, lialter „ u, Nlltttooi:, &e.'
To all the alma goo,lo and ninny oth•
Npnv GOODS. era, wo Invite the Inispe , tlont o • I' the
.. , litiblle. fooling purchased for CA811;
. .., .
___. . I wii are p 1 .6 ra roll to Reifeuds at ea
trannuly loniiiileos.' ".
.IiBIDICH k SAWYER.
-- Carllole,fnep.ls, Iliftli,-- . - . '
LIRE 211 I NDUC 14.; NTS OFlrLlt
rn TO•CASH nurEits
CREAP STORE of
Having just returned from the city with a full and
well Kelocto.,l atoelc of event. In my . line, which I ant
r, (Tam! to well at the finirest rhos. - 31y.stocit eonidsl.
in Part of
LADIES' DRESS GOODS
Handsome st.ylns. 'colnied 'Ionialosolro" Droi.n Silks
2 eel yds. IIlark•SlIkli, superior Brands. Fre o eli MIII NO.
Cashmeres, plain and floored 'all wool %dodoes. all
wool p1A1,14. Silk Valend is, Coloirgs, Velenelas. Laval
lac. Illiulllal. Nfielionia, Sinus Dlll,lllll`F, plain and 11g
tired; and - every variety of dross goods. .. .
. SJIAWLS:- ..
round hornet. . -
- ' Stellag, Thy State. •• ' '
Ilrochea. ke:. Al.. ,F.M. .
~ • .
111101 Di It'l ES: Collars and • .
Sleoros, separate, and In sette, '
Cnliihrle. Edgings. and Ingenious.
DIU/Nile AND S'PAP LH 090118: '
.111eLerilel' an unbloaelnol 111.;$6111u. all '
widths. Latioastor (linglianuc!Cilloo to Vl:moils,
, • Tlekinuk. 'Cheeks and - 1,611,0 y, HENS'
IVEA It: •lUsek French Cloths and Can. - -
sillier. Fanny CAssliners.Cagslootts,
...' Jeans: Tweeds. Cords. d , . to. • "
CARPETS: :1 b'lv Imperial,.
T a pox tr v . Ingrain,.
and—atair ear- - ..
pet of all - • .
foouoNtNG GOODS I T sYn 9 ild partleularly
all t ha - attention of all - pars His - I
hire purchasod p full stork Of mon,lng µsods, at
Bras Is k Scor s lituournlng Snell as, Salln de•
eben ”g, 'fames. OlntL, Ilarpours, Bombazines, Alpaca..
Frojtels erl rag, all .woal 1101.1111. For'
~,PrAnd Prints, . crapa Culls.
and•Sienves. and all tho gratlas of linalls4 .
l'arclussers are respectfully requrstod to call and en
aollun.lny stork, as 1 am nreparel to oltor auparlor In
ducmants, both as to quality and prier..
• A. V. BENTz.
- Small Hanover Street, opposite the lust °Mee
XTORTH A N.O 1r E It' STREET
CONFItTIONERY, - •
, 4 '' " C A- LISLE-PA
Wholesale Rates Reduced 4;2 per'loo tbs.
The attention otCountry Morehania and the public
generally is Invited to a largo amgortsnent of . .
manuEletured of the best tnatrial gtoil warranted to
contain no poison In their colors. whirlt 'will he gold
Wholegate or Retail ai low eaten at the old atand of.
NORTH 11A,NOTPR STREET, CIRLISLE,
A few doors North of the CArilate Depreit Bank.
Just revolved a large assortment of
Fle ESII 17? Lr ITS .AND U l'S
of the latest Importations, consisting of
, Oranges, • Lemons,
" Habitue,- ' Prunes .
Figs, . , , Ilt.t es,t ,
Ilananbas, tt . Pine Apples,
Almonds, • • Filberts,
Cream Nuts, Coven Nuts, &e,, •
all of which will be sold at low rates. Also, a large as
TOYS ANIS FANCY GOODS '
of overy variety. Alxu, all tho liest brands of
BF:OARS AND TOBACCO,
of •Atnerlean and Ooraym manufacture.
Tile sulworlbor return.. numbs liethe Ilbmnl patron
axe bestowod on him by tliti !midi, and SillivitAlll . o . ll
tinuanroof their favors. Itentember.tho Old Stand of
Carlisle, June 10, '5B. North Hanover Strout.
ODES!J BOOKS BOOKS 1! !
SIIRYOCK, TAYLOR k slim(
are solo agents In Franklin and Cumberland counties
for the following valuable works:
Bunton's Abridgment of tho Debates of Congress.
Price per Vol., Cloth 4113 00, Sheep 3 50.
nonton's Thirty Year's Vie ; complete In 2 cols,
Cloth $6 00, Law Sheep $6 00.
Morso's General' Atlas of the ,World ; Colored daps
cetld boll tid y $OOO.
Burton's Cyclopaedia of Wit and Humor,
eullOOLlOll 0r speeches,. etc.,
by the most emluenkorators of America. with biogra.
phical sketches and Illustrative notes. by Frank Mare.
now ready, romplete in ON( vela. Cloth. $;: 00: I.llwaii
style, leather, $000; half can, gilt, 600; half tuurot,
co, 7 00.
SANDERS' - SCHOOL BOOKS.
Sanders' Render, No. 1. '
Sanders' Reader, No '3.
Sanders' Render, No. 3.
Senders' Render, No. 4,
Sanders' Render, No. 6. - ,
SendrlV-header, No. 5.
Sanders' High School Reader.
Sanders' Ladles IteadKr.
Sanders' Speakers IWholonale and retell nt
SIIRYOCK, TAYLOR A 831ITH'S.
8111tY001C, TAYLOR b. 8)1ITIFS
SIIIIYOCKTTAYLOR k SMITH'S.
—,A.largpsupyly of School nops:.mholesaltanct retail
SIIRYOCK, TAYLOR. it SMITH'S
ram. Envelope, Pans, inks,ote'otte.
COME AND SEE KELLER,
CORNER OPPOSITE TUE . MARKET HOUSE.
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS Mill. CAPS,
Wa offer to 'our former cuitomere and the public In
general, a first Cato mmortment of new geode, aultable
• SPRING AND SUMMER WEAR.
unsurpassed f6rhoauty, , duiability, and Olean.
11.38. Our stork consists of
FINE SILK MObIISKIN HATS,
Finq Kossuth, Boys', Youth? and Children's. Fancy
Hats. of every color.
. STRAW (MODS AND 'CAPS, we are sure the best
assortment oyer offered In the county, and worthy the
attention or on.
BOOTS AND SIIOES.
of 'ovary variety and style, Ladies; Misses and Chil
drop's tine (haters, and all kinds of Children's Fancy
For Gentlemen a pod assortment of evory style and
c finish; In fact ovary variety in our line.
Thankful to the public Per past favors: we solicit a
continuation of uustoin, as we are sure we can make
it to the advantage of the purchaser. •
J. 11. KELLER.
Carlisle, April 28, 1958.
1 - 4 11.1tE 'INSURANE: --- ,I IIIE.A.LtEN
SURANOII COMPANY,olCuraborland county. Ineorpo•
~ y nn aot of Assomtdy, Is now coiiy organised, and
oporation_undor tho managovnont of tno toilowing:
• . . -
Daniel Bailey, William It. Gorgas, Michael Cocklin,
J. Ilichelberger - Christion Ettayman,. John - C.` bun.
,lap, Jacob H. &war, Lewis 'Byer, B. Eberly, Banjo-
Masser, J. - Brandt, Joseph Wickersham.
The rates of Insurance are an low and favorable as any'
Coati - envy of the kind in the State, Persons wishing to
become members are invited to make application to the
agouti' of the company, who ;are willing to wait upon
• them at any tdmo. •
. MOSSER; President.
,cultxsuAN $TtiltlIAN. Vice President.
LEWIS liYMR, Secretary.
MICHAEL COCKILIN. Treasurer. ' •
• , AGENTS.
COUNTY.— John (Merrick, 'Allen .
Rudolph ,Martln, 'Nen Ounalmrland; Henry Tearing.
13111iimainitOvent Samuol Woodburn, Dickinson; [Mem).
Bowman. Claurobtown t Mode Griffith, Aduth Middle ,
ton; Samuel Graham. W. Pennsboro Aanmel Comm
Mechanicalmrg; .1. W. Conklin, Shephrirditown;
Coover. Shophordstown; (1. IL' Herman, blivor Spring;
poßj. Havel stick. Silver Spring LCharlop Doll, Cillihle• •
• NORK.,COUNTV.—Mr.S. Picking; Dover; Peter Wol:
Gird, Franklin ,• Jas. Griffith,
.M'arrltigton; J.' F.,.Dear•
-,dorffi Washington. • • • ' .•,
DAUPHIN CO.4llouser & liehtmob liarsisburg.'• '
Monahan of the company having poltchombout to es
piro, can havo them sellouts:lily making application to
any of the• Agents. • ' • " .
V 4 ea*:
ro . ft, E 8 fl . A. 11 R. 1: V -A, L!
imps van. Tiobrii 4 t Vgit
PAI;OV tiOnDS, 61 - Pit 13000, dlv,
0, W. ItivArtitTlCK. 14, ;44 refolve,tl from the ettjt
anal ruor opa , ) tug g ph: 0414 4:4+04y NAMMOOOM
.natth tw the .pprivehing .th4hhy keitt6Vl, to wid th
IN a veitee AOI the , Ittehtlon of hi:a' frieffide end The
.1114 wertment In !NA hint 40 tit 4 tnl ffillPMAttkt
nnvelty 4ord Ahvi.nr. awl WM In /Nall tf end peke
et the natielgo, rennet to pleixe pntelateare, It would
bp to knumg rAti• bin
• • 1101,49,1 N
vtrietyof Xa nryertlele of the moat
qmpti.tito nolo* 'owl/ us.
• tintiirla . •
Policy Wid( illiztest. With itiatru,minl4 o
Pori 31onimlos. eritry
fioiti Popp wAitthtf. '
r NpetrOTI , T; And a lor.gu rxrilty of ,144}ex . ManeP gt,t.10.0
',Motto sinah and •olil 1.0 1/11114g;
ri03.1.5 eqrn,3loV thligh(tti, i.11141161(11114'
rerimun luteketa ling.s.
113utibei: of nvery laud for Mr, toilet.
Ito/m.l'o Potinuum. of Ow various Mork,
Munleuljnotrilnutotg• of nll kind. and nt all Pl.";
toother with Sill i slimmer:thin exi•latyoraille/esdlevnt•
ly ihildind nod lutitnl4, ijn)tdity presout. o to gige r i t
lur InvIEN apeclul nitoutfon,.
Alxo, ext.niudve end ntegunt mllactlont' • .
,101,10 AV. 11001)
eampriain g the verlone Env:lig/end Atnerlrun A TiNVALS
nu me, richly lonhollabed and illuatrated I'OETWArr
WOIIKK, Irsth CII 1.1/lIEVet PICTOILIAL BOOKS, for
children of all ogee, than 101101 nothing ran be meta
appropriate or pleealng - ashoildaygla. IlicAtiscotbent_,
pfbritnol - Booka - and - Sidibill - StlitionarY re'elao complete;
and eionprireN everything need In College and ate
'School*. Ito also &Oro,' to call the partieutar•attent
Um of Families to Ma el lotand assortment of • /
• • • lte MP:b. UIRANUOrt . .t e.. '
full I be' I,l,l,llSiVil eatubllth legate or Cernallng, Archer
and other* of Philadelphia, eoriiiiilalng ovary style of
Clhatubm and at poly I.llnpr, for burning either
Lard, Sperm nr ,Ethalial oil, together with Flower Vatiet, •
Fancy Screen*. Be. tits eesortincnt In MIR line le an. '
ronalad In the borough.' 4 1 * 0 .* • •
FAlier (bINVI;OTION'Aity—; NUTS,— Pall , •
In every variety and at.all prieen. all of which are Pure
eld (roll snob an ,uin I. confidently recommended to
Ha friends and the little folk*. ilia amok embrace*
everything In the lino n( Tuley anode, with many other .
!vitae% uiudul to honaeltaaiirra which-Ole public ara - eic ---
wittily Invited to call and 101 dui leg the holidaya.--•
Remember the Old Maud, iIAIrLY OppOldte th,2_49k911
WA To DES ; JEWELRY, AND
V SIIN ' EIt:VARLAT CON INN'S old egtabllphed
Stasil:ll.lkt - Sluin St., uuarly,liqii*lte thiCumbOand
I havejust received a new assortment of. watehea,
, ewelry..inedallious. silver ware, Ac.. In addition to my
former stock; to which I invite the ottanti'm of the
public, The assortment einlowees
gold sod sliver lever watches. Hunting. ,
and open Cline 10, gold Anetiora for •
Ladles and gentlemen and Oliver Lv
pines and Quartier watches °revery va-o• ', 3
rioty in style and price.
Also tine gold Medallions. lircrisApins for Ladles end
gentlemen or over; finality pattern and price. geld -
vest, miKli and neat chains. gold bracelets, finger
rings, cud-pine, Muds, sleere•buttons, crosses, cherma,
&b.' llobt and sliver thimbles, sliver and — Plated
-butler k trif ex,forks. - table; - tea; eaotir , tiiidknustard steineis•
of - every variety. : A largeasartment of gold, sliver
and (mellow.' spectacles, to suit all
2iges to which we Invite special atten.
A fine lot of (10liD PENS front :the best makers,
prelude melt, fincy bonne, silver and pearl card rung,
gold and common bracelets, watell,haina, ~
Mantle Clacka and a variety of articles usu. /
ally kept In Jewelry eAtablishinonts, whl.h
I will eel! law for rash. All. articles war-
tinted to ho what they nra roproaented: ' .It
Particular attention paid aa usual to : 0 " • 0.,
WATCH Ii.EPAIIIINO and all Work war
Dec : 23, 1R57.1
JUST RECE I VIED-AND-OPENING
ty — AT NAIJOI.E'R CUEAP JEWELRY STORE,
1IM)/ b•cel; Carli;ik, la.
fr - 1"t ; 1 1171;lated Ware,
, :' 9 4 . 6'. •-• •ct, - • "r wLh•h 1 invlto at.-
'ti5...,.: -.1 !4'":i l'Utlliti.
t., ,„ ''
\'" : .. ,i 'AZ.? ‘' IK A ' If vou x t ln ,, t
h t i o rge l i
' . - ..
'''''' ' . ljp iv ja t el=lot•ks. %T i lt ,
ep..lewelr), Mira 1 4
," - ...;'. 7.: ' "',,,:''' i'i . . :' •_
-0 'prnted wti!e 111 car' stir -
;<'- *:; .--
Ve hare alargo asonrtutent of 00111 and Silver Hunt
ng and (Veil Case Wataho, to-Felt all Fancies and
Flee and Cheap Jewelry of every style and quality
n setts ur by the Were as watt 04, . .
Silver and Plated Walters, Cake. Fruit, Sugar, and
Card Baskets, Silver,' Table, Tea, Cream, Sugar, Salt,
Dessert and Cream Spoons.
At NA UGI4VB.
lino Pearl, larra, Coral, Cameo, e'rololatono. Mosaic, Flo•
entitle Atomic. Jot 13qx and Glass setts cheap
Diamond Dreentpl. and Flngeringn.
• At NAIIOLIVS.
(fold hunting CHRP, Eia4t. Hunt
ug Chao, Inapli.x; (hold 1! Ting, Chronometers..
Bagley's luist• quality of GM Pew Ditto Gold
Pens and Sliver Holders;
Silver and Plated Ton Sells. Goblets, Cups, Toast
tacks, Pitchers, Urhs, Tureens, Tea Bells,
'Cold Neek. Vest. Curb, Fob, and Chatinin Chains,
kid Bracelets, Loehets, Thinthlos, Chases. Charms,
Frouch Tim Plecoe to run three owl four weeks,
0 old Sleeve, 'Vest, Collar, and Shirt Studs of all-styles
Plated Forks, Spoons, Knives, Napkin Itinge, Silver
Pluttoas, Accordauna, Musk, llosett—a fine variety,
Ladles' Itorttnonalt;s, 'Pearl and Leather, Plain and
Palley Travelling Bags, very riee styles, cheap
If you want to hove your %Vat,:lw put In good rw
pair and wartnnled, take thorn to
, • NAUOI.E.S.
If you want to gift a'c'hoal, ek°elcoLlnet,i/
If you want your Silver ward neatly marked at short
otlre, eel! '
All goods warranted as represented, or the mane.) , re
• At NAIJO LET
Persona that wont 1, - rgEnna No invited to call
E P .6•T OItE .7
-.. ~ J
:.:Alar . gu_assorthfenVorsuperiorltiansat;.fronC the lest
Bolton and Now York makers, together with excellent
tomond•hand Pianos, eonstantly for
NO. 86 MARKET STREET, HARRISBURG.
Also. Mason A. Ilamlln's Model Melodeons, Orgnmidet
lodeuns. and Now Ognmilarmoniums.
Old Minos taken in part payment fur new ones.
• PIANO TUNING OR REPAIRING,
With all Strined nnl Wind instrumento, will receive
prompt attention from Mr. JOHN P!IASZYK, who hai
no superior lu tide department, and is one of the most
reliable Tuners lu the United States.
WALL PAPER! WALL PAPER •
WILL PAPER FOR TIM antsios.
A large varlet• of now and beautiful patterns just
opening and will bo sold cheaper than ever at
I'.•LYNI•: & SON'S.
Cheap htardwaro and Paper Store, • .
North Hanover Stroll
A beautleitl . variety of WINDOW SHADES jinit
rived at ..1. I'. ,LYNE,A EON'S
Groom nod Moo Wiodow Pnpern .I'll 4 opened at
April 7,185 a., . JOHN 1'• LYON & SON
etc A 31ERICAN WATCH.—Haling, re•
, 0 1,0,1 Oho agency for the sale of the America%
1 h, front the Boston Watch Compel*, I would riu
speetfully'infoi•at toy old (Honda and the public genet , .
ally, that I have a fine assortment now opening and
ready for tulle in gold and Alcor caw and very fine
styles. and with report to Unto they mtn:t.lartatat, to
'prove that fact It is only Id...scary to give them a trial.
Persons Inqvant of n correct" limo piece, are respectfully
ittrltett to call and heuour.uutcPes. ,
Malls Street. Carlisle. Pa
NDIA-- • SHAWLS - - AND SILI.
L. L - EVY & CO.
Are now °puking a largo ansoriment or
NEW FALL GOODS,
To which additions will ho mado by all the steamer*
aryiring durienr the nest six week., Their '
• ' assortment 1$ now Tull and complete
• in the following articles:, .
INDIA CASHMERE SHAWL°. • - •
111011 AND MEDIUM PRICED SILKS. -
IGAHJNCED AND DOUBLE•SKIRT.SILKS.
RICH PRINTED OASIOIERES.
RICH PRINTED MOUSSELINE!. °
'FRENCH MERINOS.AND CASHMERES.
111011 FRENCH CHINTZES. '
NEW-STYLES. POPLIN 'DRESSES.' • •
.1/00111.1t SKIRT WALKING DRESSES.'
SAXONY 'AND:FRP:NeII PLAIDS. •
NEW BLANILET SHAWLS.
PARIS CLOAKS AND MANTILLAS.
HOSIERY. GLOYES. • BLAN X ELS.., '
SUPERIOR LINEN GOODS.
„ , „
MI of which tiro ottani/ at O'stnill proflt 'on' 'the 'l , Oll
of luinortotloil. 808 ai 811 011,ESTN T , STREET
P1111nOolphla.” • 03149.-81,'