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'I•IIIL' O.:XYGIECPiA TED ,lIITTEIts
Tlie qualities of thisinotiicine hnvo placod It Upon an
Imperishabla foundatlim.'"ln .dostroying 'disease, avd .
loduidog hoalth it has no . Parol
For tho following Complaints the,. DMus nro s Spe..
eltio; vlr.Dyspopsia, or Inditmothm, heart Dorn,
Acidity, Caotinmeso, Lpso of Appetit°, ,Illeadncho and
Oenoral Debility. •
pt tit'any sectlonaUf our country thin preparation Is
,uAA'cliSivply:usedlay,,pliyalcians in_thult_pra , etice, and it_.
seems to ha•o restored many to health who .were appa r .
rentty beyond the roach of the healing art . . V.
Subjoined are a few tributeefront well.kndu
. n physi
cians: t • . . , .
. . .
MANSFILLO,,TICNIA CO., Pe., -Aug. 20,1658.
.—_—_l have.used the_Oxygennted 'littera lu my practice'
with decided success in debility - end doubrni prostfit.
Lion, be., and confidently recommeAd It in 0 oneral..De
Laity . , and diseases of the digestive organs. •
. . F, 11. WHITE, M.D.
. . Apulia, N. Y., 5ept.13.18 . 68.
• Grxruntart :—I have been in. the Urug ',mince/I'llm
' • . hot Moen yoaea. and have never sold a medicine which
has given such great satisfaction in,,cases of Dyspepsia
• .. an the Oxygenated 'titters, and in thin dimes I always
, recommend it. • . • ./." 11. O. FOWLER.
' , . ilenumnorr, Vt., Nov. 12, 1854.
GENTLE , ICII .--r. om pleased to stato,lhat I hpvo tried'
the Oxygenated Bitters for Indigestion rand Debility,
f undimmedAto relief from using only a part of a hot
. tl . • 1 beet; the greatest eodfideitee.in It as a Cure The
.spepslitAnd Ooneral , Debliity, and recommend it with
ucivpleasuto. •', • Yours,
JAMES L .
Prepared by Bill'il W. b'OWLE & CO.; ilosibn, and for
sale by Minute' Elliott And S. W. Haverstick, Carlisle;
Ira Day, Mechanicsburg,' Huta & Wien,Shiremanstown :
S. 0. Wild, ?iewrille ; Shoemaker & I°o, Newburg;
J. C. Altick. Sitipponsburg; and by appAnted agent*
and dealers In medielne all Atter the country.
fIUIIII3ERLAND VALLEY lt. R. -
CIIANGE OF HOURS!
On and after - MONDAY, NOV. 14th 1859, Passengor
Tralns will run as follows: (Sunday's osuorded :)
' . • Ist 'rrhln. 23 Tralh
Lhasa Cbasubersburg, ' 8.35 A. M. 2.40 I'. 51
81,Ippensburg, 0.05 " 3.12
Nowvllle, • 0.88 " 3.45 • "
Carlyle. 10.15 " 4.25
" slncltnlcsbure • 10.47 " 4.50 •
Art•l‘o at Harrisburg, 11.15 " 5.26 ‘,.
Leave liarrinburg 8.15 A. 11
" Mechanicsburg 41.57 "
' Carlisle, 9.17 "
Nowrille r 10.12 "
Arrive nt Chambersburg, 11.12 "
, TRAINS LEAYE Harrisburg -tin Pennsylvania Cell
i tral Railroad at 1.00, P. M., 2.16, P. M., via Columbia,
and 660, I'. 31.
Via Lebanon Valley and Reading. Railroad, at 8 00,
A. M., and 2.55. 0. 31. •
For Pittsburg, at 3.00. A. M. and 1.30, I'. M. For
Baltimore, at 2.1,0 e,,d 8146, A. M. and 2.05, P. St. For
Treverton, Williamsport and Buffalo, at 1.27 and 7.60,
P. M. Schuylkill and Susquehanna Railroad, for Au.
burnoad Pottsville, at 2.00, 0. 31.
NOTICE Ti) PASSENUEitS: At all Blade. wheiv
- Tickets aro sold, viz: Chambersburg, Shippensburg,
Carlisle, 3leelmulesburg and Harrisburg, a reduction of
TON CENTS on earl, Ticket will bo made to nil Passer].
goo that provide tbomsolvos with Tickets before en
tering the Zorn,
Railroad 011ie°, Chambaraburg,
Nov. 9,1959. •
GOOD! GOOD!! .'(1001).!.1!
Just receliedot tho chmp Grocery of the itudei
algued, lots of good things, n part of which Are Gm fol.
ilorring , •
Hermetic/Illy sealed PEACHES. (fresh.)
. ''• , " PEAS, '
• n • " ASP/M/OMS
4 ' LORSTSItS.
PINE APPLE, "
• • n . " TURTLE SOUP, _ •
" • " SARDINES. o
Pickled Clerking, Chow Chore, Piccalilli, Lobsters,
Olives, Tematoe !Latium Walnut da., 'Mushroom do.
Popper Sauce, IlOminy, liritts, Cranberries, the fittest
Sausage, Soup Beans, 41 . artmrool.-Sugats, Coffees, Tenn,
Molasses, and PIS!! of all Muds:
. . .
QUEENSWARE, PINE SMARR, among which ere
, twenty.flve thousnud German -Sixes. prime 'Tobacco,
the very beet and purest LIQUORS In the county,.
Confectionery and Fruit, /kr>
All of which ere offered to the citizens of Carlisle and
county} of Cumberland, at tho lowest prices for 00811.
CON E ONE,CO3IM:ALL, two doors East of Rhoads'
CerllBlo, Nov. (1, 1859
pußLic :SALE OF PERBONAL
PItOkItTY.-4M FRIDAY, tho 25th of NOV FM
_Ait/1851h.tho undersigned Assignees of Peter F. Ego,
will sell - at Bolling Springs, 4% miles Enst — GrUarlls.e,
the following property :
2 HEAD ON HORSES, I BROOD HAKE, 1 HOLE; .2
COWS, 1 BIIOAD•WIIEELSII WAGON, 4 swrrs
GEARS, 1 HAY RAKE, 25 COAL BASKETS,
1 'WINNOWING MILL. '
A5,000.-BUSIIELS OF CW‘lt.oo/11., .
70 TONS OF MAGNET/0 ORS,
Lot of Lumber, Axes,RaT, Shovels, &c., &c.
Sale to COMMOTICO it 10 o'clock, A. 31., on mild day,
When terms wllLhe mado known by
BENJAMIN K AUFFMAN,
Nov. 0, '59-t n
DUBLIO,SALE or REAL ESTATE.
On SATURDAY, November 19th, 1899. will be of•
fared at public sato, at the residence of the subscriber,
In Frankford township, about five miles northwest of
and about ono mile tom Ziegler's mill, a Tract
of Land containing
more or less. The Improvements are
a 0000'• LOG' lIOUSU, a Log Barn, • dt ,
and a Carpenter Shop. Mao ; a Roo ,
Orchard of Choice Fruit, never-tall ••"•
lug 11'01 of water at the door, and a W„
good Sluing on the promises. This property was for.
marl) , owned mid occupied by Benj. Jumper. If the
above property la not sold on said dny It will be ranted
at public outcry. Sale to commence at 10 o'clock, A.
St., when attendance will ho given and , terms made
known by '
Nur. 9,1859-2 t
COATS, PANTS AND VESTS OF
COATS, , PANTS AND VESTS OF
CASSINET, CASSIMERE, CLOTH A SILK.
CASSINET, CASSIMERE, CLOTH A SILK.
CLOTH; BEAVER, PILOT, PETERSHAM, &c.
CLOTH, BEAVER, PILOT, PETERSHAM, &c.
O P.NTLEMEN'S SHAWLS.. .
As well an aI sorts of Gents' Furnishing Goods are
offered In fors quantities and at remarkable low prises,
AT THE CH 4tL' CLOTHING STORE NEAR TILE
MARKET HOUSE. •
Carlisle, Nos, 0;1850
DAGUERREOTYPES.—In beauty and du.
ability, no " Sun drawn" picture equals a good &Tour .-
reotyne; this is the opiniotreiFiFs - aryibe loading
l'hotmeraphic Journals of the day, both American end
Rnglish; these mny be' obtalued at the moms of MI s.
Reynolds, bouther Street; two doors westofflanoyer.
Carlisle June 1.6,1859—ti
Jti(3Ol:SS C.O - MPLETE!!
UST ruqi,isitED, TILE YOURTII EDITION OP
Grebe's . New Method for the Piano.
Bound In Cloth,
BULLETIN OF TESTIMONIALS
In fneor.,ol thi4 unique work, t'ohielt ha,s,
'rggdyallained an unprecedented popularity.
From "The Nlesleal Boview," Now Yuck
We must countess that we are naturally not very fa.
eorably inclined to now methods for the plane. We
have had no many Instructions during the' inst twenty
'years that we really think mankind ought, at leant,
to know how to play the plauothrte However, Mr.
Grube's book has somewhat al tenid our mind. It offers
really something now, containing nooldtruth weAttre
not met with until now In any. other Method. It ad
heres fur onto to the priuciplo t. Tnlven•-neroas clOtnia."
lie justly says, bl'ho IMALITV (playing) should come
llret, and the things which' belong to LorATION should
follow.' ;role In excellent. MIK ISJUIIt.., MIS id true
and natural. The whole system' iti s bitkd upon this
principle,-...alwa.ys with special regard to the primary
instraotion In the art or playing the piano. It is for.
this reason that such matters as hokum to a more ad
♦anted peried'ln time player's vrt ere excluded. and will
follow In soother tarok.' The music In the book preen.
espy Illustrates the principle of the author. 'rho whole
le to the point, and will be found extremely useful?'
"Thebrow. lituninti New York.
" Yirot, oo find a very aenelblo preform, in the route.
of which a lint le given of tee niece dlstingulehod of me
predereneore in rho -Lookunaking end piano.totehing
profesqlonj—the date of their birth and death being not
foretton. !Jr. thole in doubtione better posted In the
Wetter of Musical biography than any other inuoiral
"man, We find, next, 611010 excellent PEMCO to texcburr,
Which we should like to tranerribn to our column. hod
we spare. Mr. °robe's ndininside hook in, on the Whole,
heartily to ho roronnuended to theinunicel public."
From "The Daily Picayuton", Nutt OsTenne
, z• Mr. Orobo start& very Wilkes n prof e'er and tench.
or and composorjor the piano. The book be now gives
~to the public beam upon its IPCO, to every experienced
• end practieerloye, conviction that there le a rentable
addition !,0 Our eurilinentro,y musical lore orthtfeentitry
nod the world. 'A bettor pricey Instrwtor In Montt.,
And especially In the science et piano picying, hue corer;
before hem publicized.".
From "The Public Ledger," Philadelphia.
"Ice & Valker bevel puhlinhed Prolbenur Marks
Groben Now Method for the Plano, which' le mto of thu
hest elementary works upon the fleet 'extent. Mr.
°robe lee thorough nineter of bid on ecle, and he 'mut
(ho gunnel pleatantty through the teak, •by making It
progroadve and practical,"
Copies wilt be sent by mall, IYto of postage, on the re.
eelpt orthe nierked.prlee.
. • 1.4; kt PunthoiEno, •
721 enoetuut Meet, Philadelphia.
" DON'T - PAIL. to ago sixTii.A . miuAL- A :I
NOUNOSMUNTH and btllllaut diem la another Mum.
LTC afiCIA BETTERS.
The nropri'etors and manufacturers of.IIOS
TETTEIV'S CE ILA STO NI ALIT 111 -
vrit It perfect 'confidence to •
ivciektontl , eit izom generally . of the Culled . .
Sottes. bectuist. the ankle has attained it ecru
:1011011 rc - . - 0 to rr ant kno i - 1 - a•n'Ynets - ftpm r.
cpealC,More porreffutly then •
volumes of Imre to,certion or 111.tzotting papery'.The coto.ttinpt on of. .unuuchitit
fot-the Intl year-amount ell to ityer a fialf
milliombottles, and trona. its manifest steady
inersase in linicw,pitst,it - is• eyitient-thatAttring
the coming year the consumption Will reach
near one. millinrubot re„--21:Itisinut.nCe.amount._
could never have been cold but for the rare
Medicinal propertim., Contained in theltrej)Arac...._
tion, abd thet — fifirtftion_of the 11101, pr.
physieinnst in those sections of—the country
. .wbere the arlieledsbest, known, who, not only
recommend the Bitters to 'their patients", hut
lire ready atoll t?ieen to.give testitnonials to its
Ciff Utley in' nil (Wes of stomachic derangements
amid diseases : restating theretroin. .
This is opt a temporary popularity; obtained
by,extraerdinnry efforts. it) the wily of trout
peting the qualities of the Bitters, bul; : a'solid
estimation of On invaluable medicine, which is.
d'istined to be tut-enduring ns.thile itself.
, Hostetter's Stomach 'hitters have proved
Godsend to regions Where fever nod agne•
and various• oilier • bilious cotnplaints have
counted their vietinni_by hundreds. To 19e
able o ,state" confidently , (hat LIM' "Bit tors"
are st certain mire for die llyspepsiliond like
'diseases, is . to the - proprietors a souree of Un
alloyed pleasure. It rem o ves all morbid Matter
front the •stornach, ratifies the blood, and
. imparts renewed vitality to fhe nexvotai system,
e vin g it that one nail energy indispensable
for the restoration of health. It operates mpon
the stomach, liver, nod whim digestive organs,
mildly but powerfully, an&HOOR restores theM
to a conitaion essential to the healthy discharge
of the fitachions of nature. •
Elderly pitrsons may use the Bill ers dailyns
per directions.on the bottle, and they will Poul
in it's siimulann - pillmliarly adapted I o tomfort
declining years, an it Is pleasant -to the palate; .
invigorating to the bowels, excellent as a tonic,
and rejuvemaiing•generally. We have the evi
(lMce of thousands of aged men Mid women
who have, experienced the benefit of using this
preparation while buffering from stoMach de
'rluigententifitifil general debility; acting under
the advite of physicians, they have abandoned
all deleterious drugs and fairly tented ,the
merits of this nrtiele. A few words to the
,gentler sex., There are certain periods:when
their cares are so harassindt hat ninny of them
sink under the lind. The relation of mother
mid child is so abserhingly tender, dint the
lumber, especially if thele young, is apt to :
forget her .own health in tier extreme anxiety
hoe her infant. klhould the period of maternity
orris.° during the summer reason, the wear of
Maly nail mind In gthierally aggravated. Here,
then, is a necessity for a: stimulant to recupe
rate the energies of the system. mid enable the
mother to bear up under her exhausting trials
mud Fes merle.. TI -
2.05 P. 31
0. N. LULL, Supur't
ly prcl'ecl ic Ilitteri In of other invigora
tors that_receive nilorsement of physi-
Mans, lecanse it is7ligrti•lible to
. the taste as
well as eertiiip give perittanent . inerensc
111 tlloae pe.i ; olM. to whom we have Partten
larly I'i:ferred above, to N9l : piltrerers froni
ir,"er ofol fign,e,.eauseilliy malaria, diarrhoea,
dysentery, iniligistion, loss of appetite, and
all - diseases or derangements of the stomach;
superannuated invalids, persons'of sedentary
occupation, and nursing Mothers, will consult
their own physical welt:sire by giving to llos
tetter's_Celebratiil t.•: , tionsch bitters a trial.
CA TiTION.—We ealtt ion the public 'against
lISITI of the many iinitations.or counter-
1 . ,11t
and see that each bottle leis
-the words Dr. J. Hostetter's Statnitelillitters"
blown on the s'ile of the-bottle, and staniped
~qt the metallic cap covering the cork, and
observe that our autograph signature is oir the
Ato Prepared and sold-by HOSTETTER &
Et - M - PP.II - ; -- Pittsburgh, Pa., and Bold by all
druggists, grocers, and.- dealers, generally
thfinighout the United States, South Ame
rice; anti Gerluany.
_For F.OO by S. El llot t, S. W. Ilaverstlek, earllpla; John
C. Attles, John Stambaugh, Shlppennburg; .L.lCauf.
man, J. 11. Henning, Mechanicsburg; and Druggists
generally throughout tho county. , , Nov. 0, '59.
ASE FOR SALE.—FIVEYEAns
O aux T.:T.—Capita or those wishing to en.
to a profitable business, can hear ern gond Invest•
moot by calling at Ibis office soon. Thu situation ik Ono
of the best In the town end the business Is established.
All the fixtures will be sold with it on the most advan•
tageous terms. Apply soon. - [Nov. 2,18 A. '
U. 1.4 AND WINTER GOODS ! !
❑av'e now open for Inspection one of the largest and
LADIES --„11 ESS coons, •
to ho found In f,b4C.a .t. itry. selected carefully with
view 01 salting . en. The Mock will bs found to
embrace a variety of goods In all prices. Among the fir.
tides to be bound In their extensive establishment aro
SILKS 111111 kinds nod pikes.
SHAWLS in the newest designs.
CLOAKS—the latest Paris Styles.
POPLINS, MOUS. 1)i LAINES, VA LENCIAS.
• CHALLE'S, CHINTZ, and other new textures of
this .I. 4 oll'S7mportattons.
LAW:110011S, EMBROIDERIES, the newest nor.
4 • dam
aLoyEs. VEILS. MITTS, HANDKERCHIEFS, /K.
MOURNING GOODS, n full araortinent.
WHITE GOODS., In every texture.
HOSIERY of the best rankers, With a full stock of
other goods irr rthy it visit of Inspeetion.
A large portimt & Co 's stock is their on
inecat VrION.:0110 Of U firm visiting Europe twice a
year to make purchases, thus enabling them to offer too
their customers, the newest and Most fashionable styles
and textures, almultaneous with Male appearance to
-Europe. _.!.Phey.bavaalso purchased:largely-this - se,son
at the•Anrtlnu :ales, and eau thus afford to give 'their
customers the full lenient of the DZOISECIAT,ED
resulting from caressive Importationn. l.ndl•s and nth
ors from (his vicinity, visiting the city, "ill find that a
call at this establishment will repay them.
Hill & eD) et' KSTNIIT STREET,
Oprosite Girard !louse, Philadelphia.
G REAT EXCITEMENT AT HAR
Old John . Brown still alive and recomm•nde the La
dies of Carltem end country, to go Immediately to •
LEIUICrI j j• SAWYER'S NEW S7'olt.E,
Aud examine 9911:i&uudAstacyRInen
just recelted a largo lot of magnificent ‘il.Ntllft
SI bli,S (from Auction.) Splendid Beaver Cloth Man.
ties ang. Raglans. Latent Park stylus elegant DRESS
tiOODS, In grellt variety* of etyle, and kinds. Mucha,
double reversible, nod floe Scotch SIIAM'LS.
FURS I. FURS I! FURS I!!
Direct fmm - the manufacturt , rn, warranted free from
moths, and at greatly reduced prices.
Anima large addition 01 ST ',ME BOOMS. callable for
-the season, holudlog WOLF'S CELEBRATED BAND.
VEIL BUCK U LOVE., warranted genuine, notulth
btanding the AUTHORIZED AND ma.ordvE AUSNCT.
Carlisle, Nov. 2, 1550. .
$2 50 nett
a 00 nett
AMES R. . IV-E A V Ell ' S
CABINET t0k ....
Having Bunn engaged In the ',unloose for over twenty
years ho would return thanks to We customers and
friends, for the liberal encouragement exteuded to lilt
in yearn gene by, and farther nesures theni that no
pelvis will tin spored, to give full setlefectlon to ell who
may favor him with a call. . • -'ll
011AIItS AN 9 PUItNITUitIS, r •
ofvevery dencrlptlon mordantly on bond, or rondo to
order. Wort:toted to be of the hest quality, or tho In
toot otyle,,,will flolobod, and solo. of tho lowest poosiblo
prices lot mat. ,
Ile MIMI continue!, Mullions no an UNDERTAKER.—
Itead,v tondo Coffins, Mutollic or otherwise. kept con.
olantly um,hund and funeralo promptly ottentlild to
porton:oily In town or country, on the moot rensonnblo
?any 25, 18fins-Iy, .
11. 11.—Two properties situate In Cburcbtown,Cumb.
county, nru offend fur sale on envy terms. Apply .
ab.e. • J. It. V.
J. 0 OODY NA it. .ANDLIIIoN
-rt T rsi,i ß
nti. anufiertrnf I)Alt ißlti,,,
'enrllBlo,:'l , a.. - wo.would rocorctfolly 1n41 , , 0 Ilm
attoni lon or Ifordware incrchnots, Illocksinttlal,ontleill
otbero who may rfoot n superior article of lrtuf to alit
them a call. • .. . .
.• . .
All.klnda of hammered Iron constantly on baud or
drawn to order on short collie.
Tito 111;It0et prim paid for wrought 101 l iterart or ta.
ken In exotiango for bar Iron. •
• • J. 00015YEAlt St CO
T_TOLISIi 'AND: LOT AT I'ItIVATU
nubseriber offers it titivate naleu a ma
HUUr'l and I,ol' OrliiiiniSl),.. situate
Dieklurnit townihip, near the turnpike, .
mile mitt it hair elm( or Mount !lock. The Item° in It
Ettittle. IVCMltharbuittArd,two olerino in height, and run.
tattling Are memo and' kitchen. with waoh•ltnuon anti
churn attached. The int rtintaino TWO AOlttn9 of the
hurt quality dim!, with a variety of choice Frult,auti
having rrectini therenu n 1 , 11A3119 9TAIiI.Ur , Wngtni•
MIOI, and ntior nut huligingo.
Permits wiabing in view the prol,trty ean'iin nn lky
'calling on lulu g, on thin proulibeti,l3l. tni the nub.
rcoldlog near i`iewolliv. •
0110. O. DAV/DISON. .
AUg4ll4ooo•tr. . • • '•
Thomas W. Evans Co.,
NORTILitaNOVEIt STREET, CARLISLE, PA
JAMRS It. WEAVER
. . _
1 " T A . R RIV: A .0 F
• •• ••••
Fall mid *litter kioods; •
AT.OGMBY'S C11."211' STORE. -
I am now oponlng the largest assortment of DRY
GOODS over brought. to Cumberiand.Coutt.
the Ladictdis particularlydnVlted tid
thnsplanditi assortment of • -
. A.fall line of Magnificent Silks; Poplins; Poll De_Che.•
viers, Pronch,Njorinoes ; Cashmeres, ha,. Shawls and
_ Cloth Capes orall kinds and uncommonly cheap. Dress
Trimmings. all tho now, styles anddo stilt every color.
coos. the best In Carlisle, at 0, 8 and 10 ets. DeLninCs(
the best in the State at 37, 60 and acts. Muslin,,,
- - bleactiiaVend-utiblWitchedrxiti-hatter-andAlorchaaper=to ,
be had. Linens,. Napkins, Table Cloths,' Shirtings,
- Doylies, be., brought, from the largest importer In. New.
,or-y-good:nuttsi.4^Bbrati=iltighnuntrefitfil - sur:
MOURNINKI •01010DS.—A large assortment of mburn-
Int/Sloe& of all kinds and descriptions, • • .
'BONNETS & lIIRDONS.—A4aeW supply-of fashibriable
Bonnets and Ribbons, at low figures.;
CLOVES --The laft Duality of Alexander's Kid
Kid, Silk and Cotton Gauntlets. • Duck Cloven,
avid] to any Exclusive Agency, Gentlemen's wear.
A new essortment , of Fine Broad Cloths, Castor Ben ,
. Tess, Plain and Fancy Casslmeres, Vesting's, Cassinets,
11.0 Y'S WEAR.—Castitneres suittiblB for. boyd gory
Three DIY Carpeting; good, beautiful andcherm. Fleet
Oil Cloths Oen widths, good and cheap. ,
' The store Is pow filled'with now, elegant and cheap
goods, broughtfrom the largest antrbest houses in New
,York and Chiledelphia, and will be sbid off tandem to
defy all competition. •
Como one, come all, Wei° purchasing elsewhere and
Judge for yourselven„
Nq trouble to show our goods at the Mew Store oppo
site the Railroad Depot.
' • ^
Cnrllslo, Oct 26, "1859
IVON IS„TEIR TIME FOR BAR,
OAIN4I LARUM AND EXTENSIVII ARDIVAL
• EA.4 Id AND
.11rINTER °DS !
AtAlo Now Rom, cornallof , N. lianovor S Louther et,
The undersigned returns thaiiks \ ?or the patronage'
bestowed upon him by the public, and nt the same time
respectfully announces that ho bus Just returned from
Philadelphia; and In now opening a new lot of spring
suininer DRY (1001)3 and GROCERIES, consisting An
part no follows, a n d which be Is determined to sell at
the lowest mall prtelsir.—aßllhs Ducal Cloths, Cliallles,
Alpacas, Delitlp‘s, Do Rages, ' Luslres, Poplins, Lawns,
Bareges. Brilliants, Skirting, Brunch and Scotch Ding.
banns, Prints, Gloves, Hosiery, Collars, Ilandlweltiefs;
SIIAIMS AND MANTILLAS,
of every variety And quality. Staple and Domestic Dry
Coeds. Chrhs, Cessimeres, Vestirigs, Flannels,. Mus..
lino, Tit:kings, Stripes, Checks, Calico., Cattomnies,
Linens, Sloadlngs. Denims, lin n keens. Drllls,MArsellies
Quilts, colored and. white carpet Chain, c.
And Umbrellas. -"ntlilarge and splendid assortment
of BONNETS, HATS, •CA PS.; , II9OTe and SHOES. ' A
superior lot of fresh T as, Coffee, Sugar,
Molasses; like, Spices, ac. JI ug selected my entire'
stork with 'the greatest care.. and the lowest cash prime,
I can assure guy friends rind the public generally: that
I will tin all in my power to make any establishment
known as the " ahead Quarters for Bargains. ° These
who wish to"purclum will find It to their advantage tn
call and examine my stock before pirrehrmlng elsewhere:
A' I will pay the highest market price for Butter,
Eggs, lingo, Soap And Dried Fruit,
J. A. Jr.
Cm.lisle, Oct. ?AI, 1R59
• 1' It L.nl I U •
BONNETB AND NILLINERY
LADIES, come and see the larewt and most r amstitifti
notortment of FANCY BONNETS — AND M rut N EBY
•over brought tai Carlisle, which for style and elegance
C 311111.4 be surpasSed li city or country.
Velvet, Silk, Straw and Mourning thiunels - , In all
Children's, lists ..I•.lockey Caps, Beaver Hats for
Infants. Usk Braldq, — Plalts - and Nets, Mantles and
Furs, Item! Dresses and Miss Cdps, Nubian, Sontitgs,
and the IsteSt styles of CI Window,:
4.)-1111Iners supplied shit bonnet motorists at n
, Two or three young ladles wanted to learn the bawl_
nest' ;Being determined to pies., 1 respectfully Invite
your earliest attention.,
Ort 26, 1859.
(Ms. 5. A. MUTTON,
'luffer Street, enrlinlo,
I'V-A-11R-T:Ar - M.0,F.7:P.A1 - i - 1
The, undersigned has Just returned from l'hiladeh,
phla and New York with the largest and inmost magnifi
cent stork of goods over brought to Carlisle, - which for
style and beauty are unparalleled: .
,The Ladlon . are partieplarly Invited to . oxamino our
varied And Splendid stock of
DRESS GOODS, ---------
conMstlng of Plain Mack Silks, Fancy do., of every .a..
scription. Ilayndere and Yig'd. do, elegant Yelvutrop,
line, both plain anirThey.
MERINOES. The largest stock west of the
CAST DIE It ES. Plain and figured, all Heel DeLalites,
plain and figured.
• SHAWLS. A very large tinertraent a over 400—Stel.
la, Boehm's, jacquard, Wankel, and Mourning Shawls of
every, uality. variety, and price.
FLANNELS. Wfilte, Fancy and all wool plaid bland
VALENTA& Plaid and Ilayadoro, at astOhleblngly
low tturei. . . . .
:HUMANS: Over 10,000 yds., from the most cola
bratod manufacturers In thy U. By at nH prices, both
white and unbleached.
LINENS. A large.stock of terery description, Table
Cloths, Napkins, and for Shirting, from the best manu
facturers In Ireland.
tit NtIIIA MS. A very largo assortment. . •
CALICOES. An assortment consisting• of over 20,.
000 yds., and at prices to suit the times. :
, DUNI \LINOS. A very handsome and well selected lot
of " bridles' Droll Trimmings," to suit every varlety.of
of dress goods
GLOVES. Rids, Gauntlet!, Silk and Caton Gloves for
Ladles and children
MOURN 11 , 07 110011 S. 'Black French NI erlnoot, Black
Cashmeres, all NVool Def.alnes, DeLainen,lloburns,
and every variety of mourning gisnls for dross, crapes,
Veils. Collars, ke.. etc.
ill liliONS, We would call the attention of the Ladles
to our large stock of well selected ribbons.
II ENTb DI EN'S WEA R. Clot Its. Cassi meres, Saluda,
'Velveteens and Cords; over 10,000 yds. of Satinets
at very low prices.
CARPETS. A large and well selected stock of Carpets,
of every description (lover 0,000 yards.
II ANO VER tiI.OVES. The tar fanned and well
Hanover W '
aves aid - 6111y sold by me. as I am the only
authorized agent (hr the sale of them in this county.
We just received GOO pairs,of them, • •
51y Store is at the old Stand. in Hanover St., nearly
opposite the Pest 011 ice. Woe us Is call and examine
Carlisle, Oct. 50855.
I-lATS, AND CAPS:
KELLEWS OLD STAND.
--- 7NORTII HANOVER STREET,
Will be found a large and elegant assortment of iIATS
nod in great variety, of our own and city mann.
HATS. - CAPS.
• Enshiniere, Morphy,
' Ledger. •
• Planters, Oil Cloth. •
Plunk k Cloth. Children's, Fancy.
AS6O,ll'llOl Unto of all hinds, which will ho sold at
the loweat-priect. Recollect
- KELLER'S OLD STAND,
North Hanover Street.
.(o.,,Tlats, of atixatyle Manufactured to ardor. --
Carlisle, Oct. 19, 1159. •
rrlIE PARIS 'MANTILLA, CLOAK
AND FUR EMPORIMIL
No. 708 Chestnut Street,.(uhor'e seventh,)
The nancrthern Invite theAttentton td the Wien, to
their stock of thece_ELEGANTAIMMENTS,of-whlch
Lang n SPECIALITY, they aro emittled to ofler the most
complete nenertment in the city.
They will open in Octohr 'and Novembni their but
itortattone comdsllng of •
ENIBROIDEKED VELVET CLOAKS,
HANDSOME BEAVER CLOAKS,
OPERA CLOAKS, &c., &c., •
and elogniit specimen. of beme manuPieture, will •be
added to their Steele EVERY 11101INLYU THROUGH
TuE REASON. •
(RAND pP1211 , 11N9.
_ ow, a.
Elegant Furs For Lune's' 'Costume.
IN Tlll FUR ROOM OF TIM
PART., MANPILLA EMPORIUM.
Tito sitboonlberoileg Idea to ,nnnounca that, in ow.
pliance with the wirthrejeriniveral valued curnoniorai
they hero added to tharentabliahmont n
U D IP, „I' A
A T M NT , •
In which will at all Ilium In, found theklnegunt dlepiny
11 welt nuanoned made up by the bent
Bregell frorlintint, end at pricer which will cottinnond
them to the economical no well 101 the moot 10x.tirlette
tiriftAlltfiT clay be celled oh nn being exactly
What In eupronentod, nn It In no part of the clown of thn
animaton to obtain an ephemeral nutotlotrby uttorlng
mitntivo nomuntotttrus fur the cake of selling cheap,—
lout, no the euntrere, n reptstitthm bared un the perms-
trout and durablo 11:windatiou of puhllo confidante,
J: W. VROCTOLI. & CO., . •
importere 'arid Matityliceftrere vfr
CLOAKS, hiANTILLAS AND
Nn 16 011ostitut Iltrbut, rbiletdiglPhi^
rrEACIItat W4NT.IiII).—A vuottnoy
nxiets In the Sean., fitcondary Wpm
iiiunl of the I'ubtle Sclunin or C 441141,1, 'A'nu ntln4l In
ono a fin nin,t linpOrMilt In the norli,m i and Whit Übe!'
nrd noo cim.itp4ttnit to tent h OA Inure in!.
- • '
• 1 • • ...a, .IYIIIIIiIRIOII, .
cot 4d, Igo ; t , . . Commlttoo.,
BETTER'S ARG AIMS THAN EVE
aro now tieing offered a J. W, erdloy',s
'CHEAP CLOTIIING & SHOE STO:EIi,
Lowinrdh3 Corner en,rlllBlt,
•-•• • - ,
Having discororod that small , pro RIM quick oaloti
to the: true principle of sacrum In buntnetor,. , l boon
terniined to direr still.boti or unduromenta than over to
purchasers. Of Alin 'and IlOYS'clitthing.fOr • ,
I unto just. opened n largo and comploto assootmord
• comprising Over Coats, Frock Canto, Frick Coat., Raglans,
Business Coats .t.c„ &e., rantnieints, Vests, Shirts Un—
dor Mile, Drawers, Monkeys, Hosiery.: Gloves,
_ponders, afocktf.'nocktlos, collars and linndkerehlet's &c.
---/(1,50,-oiMi -of thii best and most neloctossoitments of
Kip, (trained nod Calf Boots, Bin:mans, Gaiters, alio,
son's'Ouno,Shoen&q., over' brought to this market,
trinmk=boyiii=martiantzoblidrunind - treinatkahtyr
low pricey. Son women and cbildron ID:Moth° best of,
.bomemado and inako up to ordur on thmithortost no.
Alio, A largo stock of • • • .
HATS ,AND , . 0 PS,
formica mid isiya at Tory low prices, Alan. Trunks,
Travolliug Digs Umbrellas, . o co. at Tory low prices.
• COME ONE, COME ALL. ~ • . •
I will be happy pi, eon you and make•you glad with
good bargalts. . • • $. W. 4 161ILEY.
October 6. '69.-3m.
NEW FALL GOODS.-
L.EIDICII . I,SAWYETE,
At - their now Store East Main street, two doors below
Martin's • Hotel, respectfully announce to the public
that they have received from OM best Importing and
Jobbing houses f Nov York and Philadelphia, the ler;
gest and a elected stock of
FALL ND WINTER DRY-GOODS.
evet offered in Carlisle, embracing all kinds and quali
ties of DititSo COODS,,.(latesi Paris styles') - BRAWLS
of every 'description, ,
lot h Mantillas in Every Varioty,
FURS, fresh and direct from thernanufitetuiers
Mourning Dress iloods, in all their Aisrietles,
Men's and Boys' cloths and (7.811110ra, Mon's
shawls, draw ors and undershirts. ho
siery of nil kinds, 'suited for the
".• season, Alexander's Celebrated
Rid Ulm es, in every shade
and. number, Hoop • •
skirts Itnnovor •
• Bucks gloves .
EMBROIDERIES, RIBBONS, --
DRESSVItI3ISI INDS; and o complete assortment of all
other kinds of Dry floods. We altl be making constant
additions to Our stock during the season.
• _ LIRDICII lc SAWYER...
fietober 5, '59,
NORTH HANOV Ell • STREET
C Alt LIsLE r, A .
Wholfiale Rates Reduced $2 per 100 lbs. •
Tho attention of Cvntry Merchants and the public
generally blunted to a 'largo a.ssortinunt
CIIOICE CANDIES, '
manufactured of the best material and w arranted-to
rontolimo poison In their coli4s, which will he sold
Wholesalo or Retell at low rates at the old stand of
NORTH HANOVER' STREET, CARUHLE, PA.,
A few dcor7s North of M0*(401:110 Deposlt Bank.
Just received a large assortment of
;TESL! FRUITS AND NUTS
o the latest hopottations, consisting of
Ilnanons, ' Pine Apples,
Almonds, ' Filberts,
Cream Nuts, Cocoa Nuts, Ac.,
all of which mill ho Fold at love rates. Also,. a large as
TOYS 'AND FANCY 0001)5
of ovary variety. Also, all the bent hurls Of
~of American and Oerman manufacturp..•
The subscriber return!. Mania for tho liberal patron.
agaltestowed on him by the public, — and nolleits a eon,
tinuauce of their Moors. Remember the Old Stand of
.P. MONYEII, .
North Hanover Street. -
Carllele. June 111,71 S
ilsr. H A . H ,
=MERCHANT - TAIL - 0V
WEST MAIN STREET, •
Op - psite the Rail-Road Office.
, Do- Fall and Winter Myles of Cloths,
Cassimeres and lrestings made to order.
' Ccrtink, 0ct.54) 1859.
ACARD.—Da. Jrfo."K. S 511111; re
spectrally' Aptwunces to his old tetrads , and
fe.rmer patrons, that he has returned from s his south
western toter,. with Ills health greatly huptored, and
has resumed his practice In Carlisle.
Of ICE on Malts Street, one door westti
Depot, whops bd'can be found at all h0e...!
night, when not but professionally. , t .
Carlisle, Oct. 20, 18LU-tf.
DOCTOR ARMSTRONG 1268 remov
od Lys om,n to the South west corner of Demmer &
Pomfret st where he may be consulted at any Itourof the
day_or night. Dr. A. lins bed thirty years experience
In the profession, the last. ton of which Imre been dee.
ted to the study and practice of llomompathlc medi
cine. May 20, lb7Ont,
jOHN HAYS, ATTORNEY AT LAW:—
re on Yalu Street, opposite "Marion Hall,"
Carlis) Mi e, Pa. lOrt. 26, .511-Iy.
cP. ElliNlitlCH, Attorney at Law.
.—Dikes on North Hanover otreot, n few doors
south of Wass' Hotel. All business entrusted toldui
will be promptly attonded to. [April 15.
I• AW NOTICE. - REMOVAL. W.
A M. PENROSE has removed lily °Mee In rear o
t t Court 'louse, teliero'.lto will promptly attend to all
business entrusted to him. .
August lit, 1n57.,
JAW OFFICE.-LEMUEL TODD
_j bar, rCsuineti the pa.actire of the Law . . °Mee in
Centre Square, west able, near the First Presbyterian
TAR. S. B: KIEFFI)in Nortt
llnnover street two docnigifbrurAillold-s
7torm — OniccrhourrprrortricirtletilnCl3/10 1 17 1-61 Yeal2k"
A. M., sod from 5 to 7 o'clock, P. M.
____ . _ •
~, ,! ..,---.F.,-: - pit. GEORGE. S. SEA-.
illigi'it--. EMIT, DENTIST, from the Dal•
"'"'" t more College of Dental /largely.
ty",..oilice at the residence of his mother, East Louthet
Street, threo•doore below Bedford.
March 19,18511—tf. '
o.4ersr - --- DR. J. C. NEFF respect
- tr i oran . ..lik fully I uterine the ladies and gentlemen
"'"•. of Carlisle, and alcinity,that helms re.
mimed the practice of Dentistry; and is prepared to per.
form all operations on the teeth and gums, belonging
to hie profesehol. Jto will insert full eats of teeth on
gold or silver, wittnllngleguln teetiF, or blocks , kit - jiffy
may preforc,Terms moderate. to suit the times
Office In High street, directly 'opposite the Cumber.
land Valley Bank. •
iket.. Dr. N. will be In Newellle the lest ten &lye of
every month. ,
•Jan. 20. 1858-1 * •
D►t.LC.LOO, I tJS
South Hanover 'area, . 15
next doopotto the Soot
ea,. Will be abeeut froth Carlisle the loot ten dayn of
eieh month. . ittutt.l,
GEO.' W: NEIIHCIi, D. D. a--
WO Domonstrstor of ninatit.n Dentistry to the
Baltimore College - of
Ottrib k .„ Dental Surgery,.
• iiilr/ °Mee at his residence,
oprosite Marion tlall, West Main street, Carlisle, Penn
Nov. 11.1851. T
Cor. of Chambers St., &eoilege Phase,'
- NEW YORK.
• TERMS-4150 PER DAY.
J. It stritnauo, Proprietor,
Late of the "Johnson House," Cleveland, 0.
IL Ai . t n A
ATTORNEY AT. LAW.
omc. with Wm. 11. 51111 or, Ilsiv; South ltsuovor &root,
oppoalto the Voluutoer Waco.
Carlisle, So. 8, 1850,
W. 0. • RHEIM
ATTORNEY AT LAW AND GENERAL AGENT
Ninnedpolie, Minne B o. la
rim eye spacial attention-to celloctionn through
11 out the Mateo make investments, buy and gun
ned Entate and mourning. Nngotlato loam', pay taut',
locate land te'n'nis; &yr. Refer to the members o
the Cumberland County r, and to all prominent nlitt•
sane of Carnal% Pa, tetug4'6ls-Iy.
A:MERICAIf 1 - 10U8E,
" ' North Hanover itroot; flarila pa,
•W . W. ICILINE, PROprietor. •
Thlo Itondo - liar been refitted In It nuporlor styli', and
neyr.opett lbr the anpntimodation of nolirdorn
nod Trnvolern, otl
lvtol7 BRAT 1..1 r.1%.R1A8:
Aitir PAttr. ItBDUCIHD. -a
0011 & dos Illaiket, XL,•pbevo aixt&F
0. W. IlltiliLE,Tropdstor.
i-01 01 pie jolcooB.
E NOTICY, Letiers - testa
i meutery.on the Estate of Samtmt. BRANDT, late of
Monroe township, dee'd., bare been 1.111.1 i to the Pub
scriber, residing in Carlisle., An persons indebted to
the Estate are required to make immediate payment
Illouti ...ll,Losulmving clatuis To probent,l.llvut for pet tleutou I,
.-FST ATE. NOTICE. —Letters of,A d
1 .4 wt..stratiott on tliu . kistate of Italtzor.l.uts, Int t
et I.lelntrekii county, State of Indiana, .docent.), hero
been Issued to thosubserlber residing In mall Mid .Iro
ton township; Cumberland comity. All persousindelitent,
to' the eaten, are reitneated .to make Immediate pay •
went, end those haling claims to tirrsent Ono lid.
Adrulnlstriktor of Boltz Z Lutz, &AL
Nor. 2,1860-Gt. '
ministration on the estate of Philip Lutz. lat.i of
Wino township. deed., have .liSeil issued to the nob.
ierther, residing in South Middleton township. All
persons indolded to amid listato, aro requested to make
immediate payment, and those/ having claims to. pro
AdntlgitdrOor, of l'hilip Lutz, dec'd
'BIF- - 2;1&o
lgrred - Amditrrrpoirrtnd - by - th . • • , .
shat And distribute the balance In tlur hands of Levi
Brandt, Administrator Or John C. Kline, late of Dickin
son township, in saki. county. gives notice that be will
attend to that duty, at•helsoillce • iii the Borough of Var.
lisle, on THUBBDAY, the let day of December. MO, at
10 o'clock, A. N., of that day, when and where those in.
Wrested aro requested to attend.
- . - „ .A. B. MAIM, Auditor.
' Canting, Julie 28, 1.85 e.
I .2lotice is hereby given that au /triplication will bo
made to the Legislature of Pennsylvania at its next
electing for the incorporation of a Bank or listie with
discount and deposit privileges, to bu located In the
borough of CarliPle, Cumberland County, Penn'a., to be
called, The Bank of Carlisle, with a capital of one h u ii•
tired thousand dollars, with the right to Increase the
same to three hundied thousand dollars:
WILLIAM ](ER, JOHN'S. CAREER,
TIIOO. PAXiON, .JOAN
• ENOCII YOUNG, '
RICHARD WOODS, CIIIIIOTIAN STATOM,
WILLIAM • BENTZ, Jour( • C. STERRETT,
A. 11. SHARPE, • Wm. N. Ittrmi.i.,
• , ' JOHN 0. JOSEPH U. HALBERT,
. ROBERT GIVEN', JOHN DUNLAP.
JAMES • HOPPER, ' 1101:kr:(11100RE,
.11, A. STURIJEoN, NP RoDE . WILSON,
SAMUEL 00E0800, CEO. W. SHEAPER,
JACOII H. HEMET; - BENJ. REMUS. .
NOTICE.-- , - - -Notice is hereby given.
L 1 that application will be made to the nest LegiaP
letup, of Pennsylvania, to alter the charter 01 the Car
Bale Deposit Bank, located In the borough of Carlisle
Cumberland county, so as to confer on said bank the
. rights.and privileges of a bank of issue, and to change
its name to the Carlisle Bank ;. also to increase the
capital of Bald bank (which is at present seventy-tyro
thousand dollars, with privilege of tiercesin4 the sante
under its Present ehirter, to one hundmd_thottaand,)
to two hundred and fifty thousand dollars.
Juno 29, 11350—em
I D A
ISTATE NOTH3II —Letterset testa
mont.nry on th`o Estate or DANIEL IIdLLINUER, tote
of Mk illholl Township, deceased, have been issued -tr•
the subscriber,, residing in the sumo township All
persons indebted to the tstate am required to make
Isnmsaliete paysnesit, and those having claims to present
theth for settlement to -
GEORGE DOLL, NG f,
Nov. 9, 1859-fit
` _ . .±llir~CCllancou~.
_FAIR OF TILE
Cumberl.j.nd. Fire Company:
Tho Cominglmo] F!ro Company purpose bolitink a
FAIR, IN RILEEM'S BALL,
Commencing December-12th, and- clos
ing December 17th, 1859.. •
-Tho-oldeot-being4s, ralso-funds-for-the..puria •
building an ENGINE:HOUSE;
Michael !inlaid), tintnuel °tier,
- .1.:: D. Quigley, • . Jatnea Martin,
John Amoy,- A. J. - 110;111er,
• ' Angubtun Zug, • John lied 11;
JimAl Albert, • Frederick Mannar,
I'ETEIt SPAHR, Cindrman.
, Cai1ie1e,04.26,18564.1 . .
0T T ,
(Late of the firm of Irincloster S Scott,)
Gentlemen 9 m Fnrnt•hing Store
No. 814 CHESTNUT STREET,
.(NEAULY OPPOSITX THE CHEAED HOUSE,)
s r 2r i r r e
d w . o t u o l
i r n e:.4e; . p t r e p n . t r Odll o
le t o f
fl I orders for SHIRTS at short notice. A perfect fit
guarantied. COUNTRY TRADE supplied with VINE
SHIRTS and COLLARS.
Our Niznu: T Oui• Moyo—"Good Will."'
IXTE'repeetfully announce that we ill
y lOtond holding our - •
LAST'GRAND FAREWELL FAIR,
diming tho holiday?' In • • •
RHEEM'S HALL; 7
Commencing Wednesday Evening. December 21st, 1859,
and closing Monday Evening, January Id, 1860.
We respectfully solicit QRe aid of the public In the
enterprise. The proceeds irtu to be applied to the pay.
taunt of 110 SE recently purchased.
Single Tickets, 10 Cents Packages containing els
tickets, 50 cents. To be obtained from any of the
Committe or at the doer. Respectfully,
Jos. C. Halbert, o 1, M.
George M ell, John 0. Halbert,
John C. Heiser, John C. Schurbruan,
Wilson 1,. Spottswood, William Zimmerman,
Early, Daniel J. Moore,
Robert F. Noble, • Wm. J. Cameron,
.• George Weise.
309. W. 0011.11 Y, Chairman.
Oct _6,18511-t f.
liA3ll l -T-ONIS-----€lO3l-'POUND•
JL . DIURETIC PILLS.
Dr. Hampton:. Pills contain neither Italian or 'Mer
cury, but are purely vegetable In their composition,
eipi are highly recommended by eminent physicians, as
For Gravel, tiled, Stile ,
tures,' Lucorrbass, Bonnie
Weaknesses, and all,
' other diseases of '
PRICE SIXTY CENTS PElt BOX,
Prepared and fur sale by
DR. J. T. HAMPTON & CO.,
• 405 Spruce street, Philadelphia
2 - 43„. Sold by Druggists and Dealers everywhere.
Mr. S. ti WILD, sole agent for Norville.
VSENIVEIN'S TAR 'AND WOOD
is dm urge MEDICI rik: IN TIM Woruti.
filr . the Coat of Comm AND Cote, Croup •Brunchitis, As•
thine, Difficulty in Breathing, Palpitation of the,
Heart, and fur the relit:1°1'00011M In the
advanced stages of CONSUMPTION, to.
gether with all Diseases of the
Throat and Chest, and
which predisposed to Consumption. It attacks tho;mot
of disease, and makes the fall destroyer succumb to its
nil nonce. It also prettied' free expectMiation, and hi
duces healthy 'triton in the diseased Humus Membranes
and Tisanes. Ittlapecullarly adapted to the radical cure
of Asmara. Co dose of thin invaluable Syrup often.
gives earn, and consequently sleep, which thlf• peculiar
nature of this disease denies him. It la very • pleasant
to the date, and Pro mpt In effects. TICE IT, and be
convinced, that it is Invaluable in the coax or linos-
OULU armories& ' •
011„ Nun tO CIENTE PER BOITLIe
, Prepared only by •
A. EBBENWEIN, Druggist,
N. W. Corner of Ninth and Politer Streets;
N. B For SAO by S. Elliott, 11, J. Kerner. e, W. flavor.
stick, Carlisle; L. Kauffman, Mechanicsburg; and OOP.
K. Saint!, A Co„ Philadelphia, 'and Storekeepera and
Druggieta generally. • •
CINBERLAND VALLEY BANK
JOHN B. &mom,
H. A. Bouaboott.
ROOT. V. ISTEXIMIT,
Joint C. burvr,
This Bank, doing.htts na9 in the name of tier, liven
oaten w (N),; It nov<l[t ty prepared to do a general
Ranking thulium with p ntptnees and fidelity. '
' Money revised on de Mt and paid back owdemand
VthoUt notice, Intend paid on epode' depoette. Cer.
11n rc i e e n d t o . r wVi P re l I broiled for n a t tratto t r i t t t a t h pe o rrod e tut of fou r ave
wont a. ,luterest on all certificates will-met at ma.
turlt , proilded, however, that If mid certificates are
rove ed at any limo' thereafter ter nnother alien 4m.
, they snail - boar the came rote of haste:lC.43p to the
t me of renewal'. ...Vartirntar attention paid to the cob
betion of twice, drafts, checks, &a, In any part of the
United. Mato o Cattadee,
Remittances ode to England, Ireland, or the COni I
Bent, The fni fill and 'confidential esteutlon of all
orders Inane il to thensouty be rolled upotr.
'IY - 11 e attention or karmen, Mechanic' and
a rthera o desire a oars depository tbr !huh' wince,
t . tillindenlable fart, that the propriatoni or thin hank
• A a InntVAMlAthlif Untie to the extent of their estates Da
all the Deposetk, and other obligations of Ker r Went..
roan a Co, ',.., , •••
They have recently removed into their new thodditer
Mom directly opposite their former standi It, West
Halo etnost, a few doors east of the hallooed bopot,
whore /hey wilt vet all thous be pleased to give any In..
formation deeired In mord to money Matters lo gene:
Open thr bugloss,' from 9 o'clock In , the mining until
4 o'clock ill the evening, • •
- 11. A. F+ DUI atoblar.
. oullslolay M. IW. . '
• VALUA.BLE TOWN PROPERTA
1- FOR SALll:—The undersigned offerObrile "
property she now menu es. on the corner of I igh n
Ileiliord•ntreata t °epistle Italser's Hotel, Carlisle. Tr
property measures hi feet on Itigh, nod 240 on lied'. I
street, to an alley. The Improvements are a lat.
steno-plastered DIN liLiffNG HOUSE,
fronting on High street, a good brick AN N
.11.101 t. HUI MONO, fronting on Bud.
ford 'street.. with gtablet earring.
-A,woll of good water near the door in the Yard, tine A r
a cistern. The garden, is its a high state ,of cult' vatit.•
• and contains' a number of choice fruit trees. This prit
arty is well calculated for any kind of busine., nod i
also a pleasant pines of residence. If not sold at private
-sale, before ‘VhDNESDAY, thainth day of Not.ember
It will on that day be,olieredat public sae, at the Court - -
.-- I.louse at 1 o'clock In the afternoon of said day.
Torun; mod° known by r • •
F ili I..f►IIN .
. .• • 'REAL ESTATE.'
• • The *subscriber now ofturi inuaiuraging inducements
to those of limited moans, who desire to get ashen!, and •
&Arable-horns in one of the most .healthy and enter
T rising places in the State. Three Paper Mills near at
. hand, and the last lately orected„is now insuccesiftil
operation for the manufacture of fine paper, in wli ch
over lam hands, male and female, are employed. Besides'
Mt. Unity Springs, at the base of the 'South Mountain,
a noted watering place, being unusually patrol - alai,
adds materially to the Interests of the people
.Ti irfollowing described property Is adjacent, and in
tended as nn addition to the Springs, and MO to the
beautiful village of Papertown:.' - . ' .
• . 40 TOVirN.LOT,S ..
are now In the' market, located on the east and west
- sides of the linithnore and - Hanover turnpike, 6 miles
south of.Carllsle. The lots are an eve:lige of 40 feot hi
front and 200 feet in length. Tim beautiful stn alb,
Mountain Creek, north past a portion of them. Also.
- . STONE MANSION itousr.•
. ... , _.-- 1. .and•otio acre of ground, garden, and
, i 3 ........:, yard-, fruit trees in' abundanVe. This
. e 4,,,
...: .r 1 rar'. house contains 14 rooms, with large
ei. ..e....1..?..e..- basement kitchen, 711 or, water nt
the door, and acknowledged_to be a Vi y delightfuLlo_
for a private residence. Also,di two-story
WEATIIERBOARDED'PRAME 'LOUSE,. -
• — and . with a Slntightorbouse thereon ,
oc, - '' ? erected, eing a good 'location for n
. , ...'qj UT butcher— hie " business having - been
' k 4. profitably i. tabllshed—or a good bust
" . suss stand f a mechanic. Also, •
- 4 PM ACRES OF MO NTAIN LAND,
• well timbered with pine and oak, within,. -;,,;,;
: 2 !: miles of the above property, haying .....,, ( I\.
good. Water power for a sat.mill.
The terms will be made very acrommo• -' 5 ' ,' v '
dating, and 'great bargains may be ox'
pected, especially In the building Ibts, to '
finder initikinual enterprise.
Manse address or ado me personally, at Mt. Ifoll'y
Springs, Cumberland county, Pa.
.Inlv On, qin—Of , ' ALESSI) MOORE.
- 13 ÜBLIC SALE or REALESTATE. ,
L Under au. order from the Orphans' Court of Cu m•
holland county, tile undersigned will offer at Public
Sale, at the Court House, In the Borough of Carlisle,
on THURSDAY, the 17th of NOVEMBER next, nt 2
o'clock. I'.:11,, the following pmporties,belonilng to the
-Estate, of - Jane A. Kauffman, deed.
I.•A two story BRICK HOUSE and • . • -
t LOT OF GROUND, situate on East
Louther Stroot, Carlisle. containing
about 30 feet In front and 240 feet In :
depth, bounded by loutber street,
Lots offfilliam Spahr, and Tobias 31111er, nod Locust
2. A two story WEATHERBOARDED HOUSE, with
Stone Back Building. and Lot of Ground, containing
20 feet In front and 240 fent In ch , pt4, situated on West
DarnHz, ami - Marla Eby, and ham] .A Hoyt- There In
also a - one and n halt storY STONE 110USE.on Elm_ rear
of thin Lot on Chapel Alloy.
TTerms made known on dayornalel•y' , . .
'• . ----JOSEPH D. 11 AI,HEILT,
, C'e Adm'r. C. T. A. of Jano Kaufman, deed.
Oct. 26 1859-E n... .
VALUAI3LE REAL. ESTATE AT
. - --PUBLIC OR PRIVATE SALR.
The undersigned offers at private only that valuahle
•••Ifouse and Let situate Is North Ilanoveridreet, In the •
Borough - of „Carlisle, and formerly occupied by Peter
Weiblityi flee d. •
The House is a two story Promo
' Building. pleatered.upon Illeouteddo,. ~ ~! , - 2 ,- )_ .
and Is stout • twenty•eight feet 1n.... , . ~.-
front by thirty In depth, haring two ;.'.. •, ..t,...,
rooms and a kitchen on the first Seer, •• •• ~.,..•••••
..• and four owns upon the second floor, sills good repair,
--to,:etiter with=necussary,eut,buildingln—TheLotiin 201
feet iii-frent, and 240 feet In depth, slid contains a sari°
ty of choice fruit trees.
If the above property- is not sold at 'private sale - , it
will I....offered at Poblie Side, at the Court House, on
1 , SATURDAY, the 20th of NOVEIIIIER, - A:D., MR.
For terms and particulars apply to
C. I', DUAIRIOII, Carlisle, Pa.. .
- Att'y for the heirs of l'eter Vi'elbley, dee'd.
• Oct, 20, 1650-t If - - ... ,
DOES DISEASE ORIGIN ATE—IN
•IMPURITY OF.SIIE.DLOOD •
s is a question of vital importance, and ono which
has never been natistketorily disposed of by the profen
sore who teach the healing art. Some maintain—and
especiallrthe old school Physlcians—that life lives In
the bloodoand therefore , all disease. originate in It--
but modern science avers that ailments have their
"origination In both the solids and fluids, of the body.
That the latter preponderate, however, in a fixed fact,
and medical Alit bas clearly demonstrated that at
least twothirdn of the Ills.that human flesh in heir to,
—have their source In
IMPURE STATE OF TILE BIAKID I • '
As, for Instance. in the long catalogye. such an Scrofu
la, Totter, harbor's Itch," Pimples, Blotches, Erroll,'
. lan. UlceracSalt Itheutn; discharges from the Ear, 'Perot
Sores, or irruptive diseases of any kind.—These are es
certained by well known medical laws to twin' from bad
blood —while the highest medical authorities declare,
that most fevers originate in' the same manner, and
more particularly Typhoid and Icarint—the former Iw
log an internal,• and the latter an external irruptive
disease; and in all persons attacked by these maladies,
the blood Is found to he either coagulated, or of a dark
. To ward off a large majority of diseases, as well as to'
cure a number which have already seized upon the eye
tom, it is necessary to
'PURIFY THE JiLOOD
Lindsey'n Improved Blood Searcher does not claim to'
for every disease known, but the proprietors claim for
It the Pow, not only of draloing out no Impurities of
the blood, but by the skillful combination of well known
vegetable remedibs. It will cure all diseases arising from
a deranged Mate of the liver, drive out dyspepsia, and
give renewed tone and vigor to the stomach. That the
IILOOIISEAUCIIER is all that In deleted for it, thoproprla
tors can produce
. It Is only a few ygars elms it van discovered, and yet
It has grown into such n businesn that a large inlawalory
number of fawn employed in putting It up and ntlll the
SUPPLY DOES NOT EQUAL Tif EMAND I
• We ask any candid man, could thin be Se, if the Mod
icine didtmot winnow; ALL the virtues claimed for It
The Proprletora have hundreds of certitleaten from
men of prebity and standing lu tine community, Omer
lag what the medicine Is doing daily for the suffering
ASK ANY PERSON
. who has ever used the Blood Searcher whether roll
Let the afflicted give it a trial—an single bottle, nil •
convince the most skeptical of its efficacy.
VAL. For stile lu Carlisle by. S. W. Haversfick, 8. El
liott, and Kieffer; Kauffman & Son, ttlechnnles
burg; Ounweller A Look, .Finepherdentown ; Josicut Culp
!lowdown ;- Jacob Simmons. Cross ]toads; Kurtz &
Wino, Shirentanstqwn; A. M. Leidich, ltuillur, Springs;
c=.-Nferry-IKinsel,—Citurcittowu; Edward James,—Wen
• 11111; J. C. Fannaught & Bro., Oakville; Shffenuilter A
Elliott. Newburg; Wm. Bratton, Newvillo; J. Hood &
Co., Springfield; Russell VDlce. Dickinson; Highland
Washinger Jacknonvllle; Win. Clark & Co.. Lees
Roads; Wunrll. Erklen, Sporting Hill; B. Donlinger
White 1101 t. 4. C. Altick,Shipponsburg; all of Cumber
land rountyThE - , •
LINDSEY & LEMON. Proprietors,
' 0ct27'68. Hollidaysburg. Pa.
ptho YOU want buy. a good Piano,
or Melodeon If so, why don't you claim 3obn
eem? For ho can sell tho neatest finished, beet
made, purest tuned and lowest priced Inatrument that
can be had in this part of the country. Eating been a
long time in thkbusittese, I flatter myself on being a
good judge of Instruments, and will not moll an instru
ment that is nut firstlnto: I am now receiving a largo
lot of Melodeons from Boston, which can hi soon at Mr.
N. D. Swing's furniture means, whirl. I will suilshpap ,
er than any otherman tho country.
For recommendations of my Pianos, call and moo theta.
All Instruments warrented. , and kept In repair. Call
and examine my Instrument. before' purchasing else.
where, end you will bo satisfied that I can soll the bout'
and chenpeet. JOIIN 11.
To be found at the house of Jacob Itheent,lV. Illgh Ft.
May 4. 1869.
XT ENV MUSI - 0 STORE
1 . 1 NO. 03 MARKET STREET, HARRISBURG.
. b Ii E E T , SI U 9 I C
MUSICAL MERCHANDISE GENERALLY,
0 TARS, •
May 11, 50. 0. C. B. CARTER.
. SAL E ST AT E AGENCY; 11.11 c.
MOVAL.—A. L SPONSLER, REAL ESTATE
CONVEYANCER - AND SCRIVENER, hoe re
moved, to hie New 0111ce on Main street, ono door weal
of the Cumberland VIEW Rail Road Depot.
Ile Is now pormanently located; and bee on band and
for sale a very large amount or Mal Notate, could/ding
or Forum, of all sloes, improved and unimproved, Mlll
Proportion, Town Property of every description, Build.
log Lots, also,lVestern Londe and Town Lots. Ile will
ve hie attention, as herototbre to the Negotiating of
Leone, AVritittgpf Deeds, Mortgagee, MIN Contracts,
and &thou log gonerally. •
Oct. '2B, 1.887.—1 f. ,
rpa UNFORTUNATE YOUNG MES
--Sportrintorrbren ein 1%1011 . 0 without ..druitil'ai
curative Instrtnente. *.lioting men sulfating front .1p•
voluntary ; Emlsolon, would do well to - giro my mode of
troatmout a trial. Those othaustlng lured§ can bo tar.
ntanootly arrested by a new but nover.fidling method:
ISlAddroes (enclosing throe dollare) Jamos It. Doherty,
mith's Perry, Pa. (Nov. 2, 1851-at,
. 4 ! DON'T FAIL . to see SIXTH ANNHAVAN . ,
NqU;1001 ENT" and brtlllant offers, In another column
Ember & tout,
Mill at _the 014 -BUSiIICE4i • •
LUMBER AND • (UAL 'YARD.
On the Rantoul, east of 11.i-11Alo..11) the Immediate '
vicinity of t h e One !louse.
The subscribers have entered into Partnership, and.
are doing business at tho old stand of Shrom Haifa;
whoro will.bo found, at all times, IAMBI:It and COAti
Ju all their varieties and qualities:
BOARDS .of ovary kind. ,
• FRAME STUFF:-
POSTS. • -
RAILS, .. cr,
.- . •
-Andinincteivery. ,- kindmf , Ltnbermettellffoun, - int
11cl - ricked - Yard . .
I- An we run our own Cars, - 'wenra enabled to furnish
I bills of Lumber of any' requlredlength, nt the shortest
'possible time. Our Flooring, Wentheiboardlng, kc, it
allays housed, and ean balurnlsbed dry.
• . C 0 - 4
L , (Under Cover.)
Na pains will be snared to furnish Coal for family use,
'clean and dry, stall sizes and qualities, among which
will be found, ' . .
'LYKENS VALLEY. . . a • . .
SU,NBURY WHIT.E ASH.'
. • ' • LOCUST MOUNTAIN. ,
- • ' LOBBERY, *Sco.
And to fpr Limo burning friends arid to Blacksmiths,
we wou ld say, we can nod will furnish as cheap as the
- cheapest and of best quality.
The senior partqu; will• be on tile yard as usual to
attend to those wilb may favor us with a continuance
of their patronage. Thankfu or past lavers; he solitite
u continuance of their 'custo a the old yard.,
We have a large stock on ha lite Lumber and Coal,
rind are continually'receiving additions, which we will
sell as low no ally other yard, In the borough,
Don't fall to call at the old yard neer the One lions.
.' JACOB 81111.0 M,
• .• ----, -- ROBERT - kV BLACK:
""N. B.—A duplicate of the badirs of iihrom i finder,
are In my hands; those indebted can call on the sub.
scriber et the old yard and pay to . JACOB SIIBODI.
'July 27,, 18,Y.'. .
NEW COAL AND LUMBER YARD
The subscribers have this day antered Into part
norship to trade In
COAL AND L.U.MI3ER,
We will have constantly on hand and furnish to order
nil kinds and quality of Romped •
1.U3111E11, 1 -
Paling, Plastering Lath', Shingling Lath, worked floor
ing and Weatherboarding. l'osts and Rails, and every ar•
tide that belongs to a.LUMBER 'YARD.
All kinds of Shingles, to wit: WDltepine,
and Oak, of dideront qualities. Ilaiing 'Care of our
own we can furnish HID to order of any length and
skeet the . ahortent flake And on the most reeutonabla
terms. Our worked boards *lithe kept under,gagarao
that they can be furnished dry at all Dines.
- We have constantly on hand all kinds of Family Coal
tinder rover. which' we will dolivor clean to any part of
the - borough: To.wit : '
WIC ENS VA LLEY, Broken, Egg, Stove and Not
TILEVORTON, . *
;filch we pledge oorselves to sell at tie lowest pelcee
Liniebu'rner's anilißlackamith'a Coat,
always on handwhish wo will sell at the lowest Ogon
Yard west side otqlronimar School, Main street. -
5 . " ARMSTRONG & 110IHER.
I UMBER .YARD.—The subscribers—
_i having; purchased a largo tract of pine timber
land and saw mills, on tho west branch of the Simple,
. henna 4For, havo.opened Out o lumbetqard at'
on the railroad, corner of Allen and .high streets, near
the steam saw mill of Seidl°, Eberly & Co., and also one
AI GREASO,NVILLE, -
near Plainfield, where we will be able to sell lumber at
each prices that will be to the Interest of builders and
others to call and segue before buying elsewhere.. Out -
Edvantageruverother - ilealers.aro-that=ourlumbeivinea.
not pace through 00 halide of One two Of, more
inters before no get It, and that will enable. us to sell
'lumber cheaper than any others can sell at.thene places.
We will also wholesale lumber from_ourillarrisburg '
yaidi and will deliver 1 bor at any point along the ,
Cumberlend Valley Railroad. If desired, builder, an
hand lumber sawed suitable for any size of building, or
tor other purpoos, by fOrnlshishlng us with their or
ders in season.. SHAFFNER, OREASON & CO.
April, 13, 1659—.1y
()n and after Monday, 211 . May, 1859, the suit.
scriber will run a Daily Train of Care, •between
- CARLISLE AND PHILADELPHIA,
leaving Carlisle every morning and Philadelphia every
All goods loft at the FREIGHT DEPOT of 'Peacock,
Zell & ❑INCIIMAN, Nov 808 and 810 'Market street,
will be delivered in Carlisle the next day.
.1. IF. HENDERSON,
West High Street, Carlisle, Pa.
Mey 25, '55. r.
_-LT THE RUT -END OF CARLIBLZ.
The euberriber would respectfully call the attention
of lArneburners and the citizens of Carlisle, and the
surrounding country generally, to his NEW COAL
YARD, attached to his Ware House, op_Westitigh
whore he will keep constantly on hand a large supply
of the best quality of COAL, to wit:
Lykons valley, Luke Fiddler, Pine Drove and Trevor-
ton, Broken, Egg and Nut Coal—ecroened and dry coal,
which he pledges himself to sell at the lowest possible
prices. Best quality of Limeburner'e and Blacksinittea
Coal always on band.
*Jr All orders left at the Ware House, or at his resi
dence in North Hanover street, will be promptly
April 14,'68—ti. . J. W. HENDERSON.
F ORWARDING AND. cOMMIS
GENERAL DEALER IN
. FLOUR, BALT AND PLASTER,
The subscriber would respectfully inform the sheens
of Carlisle and vicinity, that he haelensed the
commodious warehouse of JACOB It DEEM, and haring
repaired and fitted up the cars in a superior manner,'
he Is prepared to do freighting of all kinds, to o,r from
all points, South, Cent or West. All goods ordered to
13U1tK & REYNOLDS,
812 Market Street, Philadelphia; or to
COOVER & KRAUSER,
203 North Street, Baltimore,
will be promptly delivined In Carlisle.
The hlgheet market price paid for all kinds of grain.
Don't forget the old stand, earner of Main and West
• JOS. 3tItNEII,. Jr.
11.1850.4 y. Successor to Jacob Itheem.
N. B. nest quallty„of FLOUR, for Gamily use, kept
constantly in sacks or barrels, for sale wholesale or ro•
JOIIN EARLY. J. R. NONEMAKER.
OWARDINEK_. AM:_ODi MIS
_l2 Blom notsE. •
-- - rLotra. AND FEED.
COAL, PLASTER AND SALT.
.The subscribers having taken the warehouse, cars and'
fixtures of Wm. B. Murray's well known establishment,
on West Iligh street, eppositerDiekinson College, would
inform the public that they bavo entered into &general
. Forwarding and Commission business.. ; -
- The highest market price will be paid for Flour, Grain -
and Igrine° of all kinds.
They are also prepared to freight produce and stock
to Philadelphia and Baltimore, at the lowestrates, with
safety and despatch..
PLASTER AND SALT kept constantly on band, and
FLOUR AN TIFEED at wholesale or retail.
Coal of all kinds, embracing
LUKE FIDDLER, -
SUNBURY WHITE ABII,
Limeburner's and 'Blacksmith's •
KEPT UNDER COVER,
and delivered dry tont* , part of the town. '
EMILY k NONEMAKfiII
Aug. 17, 1650
L ESTER'S LOCK STITCH
Price SSQ, and Upwards.
The greet fever Otch attended the Introduction of
'LESTER'SSEWING . MACHINES.
Is sufficient evidepee of their
.SUPERipliifir °YEA ALL` ors.s)zs,'
roin . BOTH.
Tiapoic AND THIN WORK,
=re simple: then other MACIIINEB, and lass
TO GET OUT OF ORDER.
Thiy will STITOII, lISM, BUN AND DATUMS.
TAcy make good back atich,lblith sides nlikt.
Sales-Room,;103 Batibiae St.,
BY IDXPRESS-A taiga assortment
of Mint.llia, of the !Meet. style, and very cheap,
eau Ink soon at, the Cheap Idols of I , •
DONI IMATir-""tiiiANNI7AL AN. •
N 00440107 , aarl bralintotters, In another 011:4114«.