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From tho hattendown Herald and Torch
THE INFIMENCE BMILE.'."
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rt Mother! Mother!" 'exclaimed a little
boy, jumping and skipping is an. eastacy
of dolighl, " gory hand
upon thy. head whettehe was passing, arid
said 'good morning, my little•man, who
wins the marbles to•day??.,-isti!t she a-sweet
lady, mother?'.' those kind words
and gentle smiles warmed like summer
sunshine that little heart all day, causing
it to throb with new joyousness, seniling
out its cheerful influence upon ll around
hint. -11:11o . can tell how mania flitting
ahadow' it dispelled;--how num). a .fein.ful
miagiviug they, may have subdued, or
lulled into And who has so
far outgrown their childhood as not to be
proportionately affected by theni? I have
seen a man, stately in Lis own ideas of
dignity, walking with film step, his
brow knit' with 'perplexity, and' his lips
closed; as business cares and difficulties
arose before him, relax his-rigid fcatpres,
while his . whole countenance: lighted, up
with contageous joy, as a- smile greeted
him on the face of a passer-by . ; and how
little it costs the dispenser of such joys,
a. kind word, a smile, scattered here and
there, along the patli of life, are gathered
up like precioui jewels, end placed in, the
casket of good works, never, never' to' be
lost ! ' •
fijany years ago, in a distant city, a little .
. girl, the child of a widow, was compelled
by necessity to take scone articles of Ins
, ury that could be dispensed with, and go
forth td find a purchaser, 'that ,their
mediate Viante . might be supplied. ...Rivas_
ft, cold day in winter. The streets were
. covered with snow and ice, and' the pierc
ing winds penetrated tlie thin garments of
the child, but she felt it - not. Kkeener
chilliness was in her heart. She thought
of her poor mother; 'Elie pitying loop she
gave when parting, and—she know her
fond heart Was struggling even then in
'sympathy and regret, that her daughter.
should thus, by stern necessity, be sent
where taunts and jeers might greet her.
B s e she htistened on, and with faltering
..-4(rep, :Mil almost suffocating throbbing•
the heart, she ascended a flight of marble
steps, in front of an'glcgant residence, of
one of the Deacon's of the church shelled
no often attended. A servant answered
the Siunmons, and, after hearing her re
quest„ left her. The door was open lead
ing into a richly furnished parlor. Music
at first came to the car and heart of the
Tetitloner,iike. sweet clreimisto the
tompest-tost mariner, lulling his soul to
forgetfulness; unmindful that huge bil
lows wereTollirig angrily about HOC BUt
that hushed, and a young girl,riChly at
tired, appeared at the door. A frown
_clouded those handsome featurei, and her
lip curled with scorn, as she turned and
-remarked, "What can that beggar be
standing,therefor? lam sure she is not
wanted." -Oh, how like daggers these
words penetrated the. already bleeding;
lacerated heart!. Tears started to her
eyes, and, like a .timid fawn, she would
have darted away, but a lady, appeared
before her, tall and dignified, and the
rustling of her rich dress brings new ter
ror to the sensitive girl. But a smile
plays upon her features as she advances,
and kind, soothing words fall from her
lips : " lAna sorry to have kept you wait.
ing so long," she said, "but you will ex
cuse me, 'as I was engaged." Excuse
her! ilow ehb longed to take the jew
eled hand and. press it to her burning
lips. A moment harem, Wirte,rl).,psy
weight oppressed her, crushing out her
young life, and deluging her whole future
with a flood of bitter sorrow ! But a gol
den light had broken in' upon the dark-
noes, dispelling the gloomy shadows, and
driving away its most bitter forebodings.
" What has taken the cloud from my
daughter's brow, and filled her tear-dim
med eye ;with' such a flood of cheering
sunshine ?" asked the mother, almost
sadly, as • her child once more re•ontered
their • humble home. 'There were traces
of tears upon the widow's pale cheek, and
a dark, dark shadow broodin over her
sorrow-stricken heart. "Surely the Inca.
gre pittance. you may have obtained from
our last sacrifice - could naLhave the power
to 'thus transform you into an angel of
light, to cheer ono moment of my weari
soma life ?" "No, no," exclaimed the
_child; thio wing •lierself into ler - -mother's
urine, "not this little handful of money,
but the ; kind words, and the pleasant
smiles of the dear lady that gave it to me
-. 7 -that has made me so happy." The
mother kissed again and again the bright
young face resting upon her bosoni. The
dark shadow withdrew its sombre folds
from around her heart, and the golden
sunsidnii penetrated and warmed its most
-desolate'ebambers. • Then there conic the
sweet music of many voices up through
the silent past, that had long before ceased
to whisper "sweet memories," where they
:met with no responsive echo of gladness,
and the future, casting aside her cheer
less forbidding mask, stood forth once
more witio pleasant, inviting face. .
That little girl is now an aged woman ;
her'brown locks aressilvered by the frosts
of ninny winters; but she once told me,
that that dny's,experience of frowns and
smiles, .was alwaYs remembered- with ti
tearful eye. But, the lesson thus taught
ha4 lll 6 6 lOid s her,Wholo life. ', "Never,'!
‘ "would I 'give
,wori to; .a dog crossing my path, if it was
poisitile_te:tvoid -it." . Then ever speak
kindlY,* . ilo 'pleasantly, for you know
ilaothow far 'the:golden 'lentil Will pent
te. Bertipe .it may greet thee like a
reath of glory twined around the; crown
~,of il:TreMoink foifiver. ' .
• This Institntion, designed for thullberal.duentibri
•bf Young Ladino, has liuon.in operation two-years with
;the most gratifying results. It is now established on
is firm basis, and its patronage. already extends over
several States. .
It is located on the Cumberland Volley Ikilroad mid.
'way between Harrisburg; and Carlisle. In tho-moot for:
tile and boautitul portion of tho valley, and is in close
proximity to .ono of-the most inugal, healthy, and en
terprising towns in the State.
It Is central, And cagy of access. Students leaving'
Washington, Baltimore, or Philadelphia in the morning
train for Harrisburg, will arrlve.at,illochaniesburg
thou for dinner. . •
• •The edifice Is largo and commodious, surrounded by
double verandas, and will ocentnupdatuabout.one
tired boarders. In Its constructius - , It combines ull the
("0,1.111 improvyments fur the promotion of health,
comfort nod convenience. In thus,, respeeta physicians
prolootnce it unrivalled. Ifitueliontler Pro largo And
Moth neatly furnished. has Its rei stet. for Neat anti
vest Cloth. Only 'two u; btu Ls "coups the ••• mu r00t,,.
The both mows are nt all times supplied with nn d
;Thu grounds ore ample, and.Weli arranged for recto
otio`li, and the vorinul ealiSthente exercises -so essru•
till to hearit, graceful movement and symmetry of
form. ' • . •
'-The Faculty of Instruction Is efficient and expert
In the Collegiate Department the course of study is
of n high grade, comnrelrending all the subjects belong
ing ton Classicalattlite and Christian Education.
In the Preparatory Departmentpupils will bo care
fully instructed in these bronches forming the basis of
a thonbugh . English education.
Sassious.—First geralon, from the Ist Ilrodnostlay of
September to theloth of.lanuary.
Second Session, from the lot of February to theist of
39 \s i. catIon:dur ' Ing.54y . and August
TERMS PER SESSION OP FIVE MONTLIS;PAYADLE
.IN ADVANCE. -•
Boarding,,Washing, Furnished Booms. It •
and Light. .. . . . . $BO 00
tultio ti— Coll og I t Depart ru on t . . . . 00'
6 Preparatory 6 .. . 10_00
" - First Class, 12 011
No extra charge for Ancient Languages.
Muslie—Plane and 0 ditar. . . .. . 20'00
Modem, Languages, .. , . . 18 00
Painting., Drawing and other Ornamental Branches
at the usual rates.
,'Text.lionlia furnished at city•prices.
For further particulars address, •
Rev. A. G. 51ABLATT, A. M..
Aug. 3. 1859. President.
. • 111i9rellaitcott5.
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West High. Street, Carlisle, Pa
(Premium awarded at the Cumberland County
Agricultural lair of 1857.)
Thin subscriber bus just reobl‘cd the most sploudill
essortmont of articles, in his lino, ever brought to this
Placo—witleh be is daermined to sell at prices that de
fy competi I ion.
Dining-room, 1. FURNITUR
Enda:acing every article used by 110000 and 'Hotel
keepers, of the 1110Beapproved and - fashionable 1 - 01 ,
nod finish. Including nhto Cottage furniture In eats,
reception and Camp Chairs, Mattresses, 'lilt
pictures, .ke.,..te. •'
Purchasers nre requested- to tall and mot:nine his
stork, at his extensive warc.ronms, - Went Main street,
Mirth shim , A. B. MINI).
air Particular attention Oven as usual to hiller:OS;
orders from town and eountry, attended to promptly
nod on moderate fermi.
Carlisle, May 12, IFFS.-Iy.
TRUSS - K.B ! BRACES 11. •SUPPOR
•1 T'l SP! -
, C. H. 'NEEDLES. •
S. NV.. Corner Twelfth S. Race Street■
Prnettrel Adjuster of Rupture Trusses and Mechent
rad KVlllediCK. Iles constantly on hand a large Sleek of
tionnine French trusses. also a complete assortment. of
the best American. including the celebrated Whiles
Patent hover Truss, believed by the best authorities tt
be superior t. any yet Invented.. English and Amerl•
ran Supporters and Bolts, Shoulder Braces, Stispensory
.Bandages, Self Injecting Syringes. adapted In both ens•
oil; in neat portablj eases, French Pessaries, Urinal Bags
0 " r:14 and letters of•enuulry, will moot prompt at
August 24, 1950 •
• Cannot remain
Nor colic strn%
The health to drain.
No longer nerd we Year
The victor's found
The fors are bound
- By LIAVe-Anoxrric
(2.ENERAL DEPOT 48 W ATE Ii
J 1 ST., NEW ihNtIC. Sold In the principal cities
and towns. Send for a Circular. Mutate ronts; quarts
VI. See advertisement herded Dyspeptic Remedy In
FALL ARRIVAL OF
Fresh Drugs, Fancy Goods, Fruit; and
IV. lIAVAIISTTCIt has Just received from the city
And Is now opening A splendid display of FANCY LICKIDS,
to which he desires to call the Attention of his friends
and the public. Ills assortment In this line cannot be
surpassed In novelty And elegance,. And both in quality
and price of the artirleA, cannot fail to please purchasers.
It would he impossible to enumerate his
;which cornpriso every varietyVancyartieles of the most
'osoubilto flush such as.
Papier Medic Goods,
Elegant alabaster and porcelain ink-standi and trays,
Fancy Ivory, pearl and shell card cases, •
Ladlos' Fancy Baskets,
Fancy 'Work Boxes, with sawing Instruments,
Cubes, Writing Desks, and Portfolios.
Port Monnales, of every variety,
Cold polio and pencils, Fancy paper weights, and a
large variety of ladles' Feocy station ery.
Motto seals and wafers, Silk urd bowl purses;
hiding whips, clegahtly finished. Floc cutlery,
Perfuma baskots and bags,
Brushes °revery kind for the toilet, .
X. Basta and it. Si G. Wrlghtia Soaps and Perfumes
of various kinds,
Fancy fins for bead drosses and shawls.
Musical Instruments, of all kinds and at all prices
together with an innumerable variety of articles elegant
ly finished and suitable for holiday presents, to which
ho invites apeclel attention. '•
Also, au extensive and elegant collection of
comprising the various English and .American Works,
richly embelished POETICAL WORKS, Bibles and
Ilymn-Booltspialtatatitly bound In velvet with Metal
clasps and corners, imitable for hpliday gifts.
Ills assortment of School Books and School Stationery Is
- also coniplote, and comprises ovorythipg used In ti,,
Schools: Its also desires to call the particular allure
lion of Families to his elegant assortment of . •
from tha extounlve establishments of Cane Hun, Archor
and othern of Philadelphia, comprlning ovory style of
Parlor; Chamber and study Lamps, fur burning either
hard, Sperm ot Ellerinl oil p also DYOTT'S celebrated
.Keroseno or Coal 011 Lamps ; togothorwith Flower Vas.
Nancy Screens, ae. Ilia assortment In this line is un•
.ogualod In the. hormlgh....
dnamts AND TOBACCO,
embracing nll the thvaito brands, and a fine assort
moat onI.BERSCIIAU3I SMOKERS AND PIPER.
such as Oranges, Lemons, Figs, Raisins,. Nectarines,
Prunes, &e., FANCY CONFECTIONARY—NUTS—FRE.
SERVIRD FRUITS, 311IVE11—REAT, MIMES, &c..
In every variety and at all prices, all of whinh are pure
and fresh such as can ho confidently recommended to
lils friends. Ills stock embraces everything lu tho ilea
of Fancy Hoods, with mauy Itther articles useful to
bus okeopers erhieh the public are especially invited
to call and examine.
Remember tho Old Brand ' nearly opposite tho hank on
North Ilanovor Area. .• •
8. W. ILLVERSTIOK.
Deo. 7. 1859
TO PARENTS AND GUARDIANS
US CAR 01Z A FEMALE INSTITUTE.
THIS INSTITUTION Is located at Academia, Juniata
oun.y, Pa., 13 miles from the Ponn'a. Railroad, at Pat,.
rale station, and t miles from.the Perrysville station,
, . TERMS:
The ACalemla Year eon : sista, of two Sessions of Bre
mantles each. The summer .Seseion with whie, the
Dahool opens, will enmmence on Tuesday, the let .day
of May, 1890. and-will close on Saturday, the 29th Sep
tember 1860, and tho Winter Session, on Thursday the
let day of November, 1860. and close March 130th, 1861.
Board Including Fuel, Light-and - Tuition In
tbe Piet:nary and Collegiate Den trtments,
oar term, payabl. In advance $75 00
Washing, per deem—. ........ ......... , Si
Lessons on Plano or (loiter, cc
.ebrding to length ..... .. —416, $2O or $25 per Sees
' Use of Piano or Guitar, accor
ding to time Si, sor 6 „
Drawing or Flower Painting 10 to
Ancient or Modern-Languages, VACU A • 410 „
When-Piro Is required in Sirs : plug.
Rooms, each pupil " 8 13 13
•Seats in Churches Free.
Young ladles will be met at the. above stations and
convoyed to the Institution, if a short notice be given
by letter, addreased to the Principal et Acodomia,
niata'county, For cireulars or other. information ad
dress the Principal at the above Mike.
-REV. W. (1. - E. AONEIY,
' . Principal.
P OLSTEEINR: :CANE
..• • •
lie 13nireciriber Oats of Pidiedelpble,) 'mould inibrat
the citisdne or Carlisle, and vicinity, that bell prepared
to; do..UFiIOI,BTSItINO In all fit branched, Aleo,
•' !ale AV N G ••
; ilia repairing Furniture or every description,' at his.
ehaPPlii.Eiitnaver Street, betnaini , Pamtret street nod
quiPtit al/0, 4*i; furniture for !ale at • the tOWei
NEW STORE AND, NEW '• GOODS
Anne rpturning his neknineletigements for. the very
liberal patronage which has boon oxtondod to blot, tho
undersigned would rail attention to tbo feet that ho
'hasjust magental . Ms °atm:mire assortment of family
In Ms new storeroom. on the south-east corner of the
public square, where the public are invited to coil and
examine a stock of goods which, In.elegance, variety'
and extent, will defy competittritireomprising, fu M o t
-loaf, lump, crushed and brown ,sugars,
Java, life-and roasted Coffee , Evely on.
Hay and quality of TEA. Spired, (ground%lll
and ungriund ! ) Pickels. Satires, Table Oil.
New Orleans, Sugnrhouse anyl., Trinidad ; ;
Molasses; New York and Philsigniphits Syr,
ape. Cbeitme,s'acarotil..verinecilli. split l'eas,lfoinio,
'Mincemeat, corn Starch, Farina, Chocolate, Extract .o.
Coffee, relined sugar at reduced rates. wnrhhtg and bah.
tfreolla. Thbareo ot Elio - most. favorite brands, and the
finest qualliy uf , tiegars. Also,'a beautiful assortment
of Ilritannin Ware, plain and gad baud China Ware,
Masii, queens. Steno and Earthern Warp, In great va,
tidy, and an elegant MA of looney Soaps, extracts nail
perfumery for the
FUMES: Including Pooches In cans, Raisins, Cram
learrio:h dry apples, citron, almonds, oranges, lemons,
• • LIQ17011A:' Wholualo and retail,
mbraclng common and old Rye Whis
1 1111 r key,4 ndlos, dark and. , p e a r la, a Ltt , bo v
, i ,t l
( 07411 C
' '- 4 , 4) . B"er
qd ; - i v ➢ l , ° Tit i c'gtit i Acs'a c thi h ot•
lier, Scotch II htakey, Holland thin, and Schoidam
FISH . AND SALT.
A large stock of LAMPS, including nyotes celebrated
tempi for burping Jcre mole or • coal oil, also .Spenn,
Mao, Lord and Coal 011, Burning Fluid, Sperm and
Star Candles. -
CEDAR-WARE AND BROOMS . .
liruthos, Ropes, Dlopps, Soups, Door•mats,. Waiters,
Lonklmpglasses, Ono letter and note paper, Willow
.Cotton and woollen pose, and half Bose, and n full
stock of 41Iovos, Including tho. well known Hanover
•• • .
g a short. his stock comprises everything that IS called
for in his line of . ,buslness, and no efforts will Lo spared
toreador en,tlen satisfaction to his customers..
Carll6lo, Oct. 27, 1868-Iy. •
.eit- Marketing Gl' all Mudi bacon . In . exchtinge to
j P 1.1 U_. STLLL
SOUTII HANOVER STREET,
A few doors South of.thkCourt House
Hating supplied myself with a large assortment of
Watch 141aterials,.01nsses. &e., 1 am now prepared to
remir all kinds of Watebes.Clocks, Jewolry. Sze. '
most reasonable terms, that may be 'entrust, d to my
care. hoping by strict attention to business to be fa•
voted with a libmal sham of public patronag e..
A fine assortment of JEWELRY. such as tadies'
Breast Pins and Ear Drops, livid and earned; Misses`
Breast Phis and Ear Drops. Box and Glass Pins all sloes.
(told Chain Hooks. Plated Chains. Gilt Lockets. Guards,
Keys, &e. Also, a large and fins assortment of • •
GOLD FINGER RINGS
Also, a fine lot of Sliver Bunting, Detached Lever,
and LepluolVntrvilen. nod n good arnortnient of Silver.
plated and Steel FpecllleieS.
all of which will ho sold low. A aharo of piddle pn t ron
ago Is re.pectfully molleited. JOS. U. STEEL. •
c nr hnie, July El, 180-11 . .
" 01,111110 A" 11.1114.44 P
FA..y GROCERY AND TEA
Just rereived and In store, a fresh and well so- .
looted nssortment of 1110, Javn and Dann.-
coil. Coffee, Roasted Collce.—Crusbed •
• Pulveilrod Sugars, Refined and
other brown Sugarsomporlor
• i Spain Molasses,. Orleana . •
-Oinking) 'M al as nee.
Spleen' of every varlotyr-
. pure only • Starch, Farinn and
Cinandale, Macaroni, Choeso and
Crackma, Tapioca and Saga, Indigo,
Saleratos and Soda, Croon, Tinier and
sorted Pickles, Mustard arid Coriander Peed.
TEAS.—A lino assoi Intent In. Parknges,
and in bulk—aa well an all other articles
belonging to the biulnehs—all at the lowest
nod late reduced pi ices
coNLyN , 4 entlibliFhed
Stand, IVest Alain St., surly opposite the Cuniberland
Valley h ank. , • . .
havejnat rec.-elver' a hew assortment' of watches,
°reeky. medallions. silver ware, hr.. hl addition to my
armor stocic to which I Invite Urn atlontlon of tho
public, Thuassortinent embrarea One
gold and silver lover watches, Hunting
and open coma do., gold Anehora_ for -
Ladles and Gentlemen and Silver Le
pines end Quertier watches of every va
riety In style and prier). , •
Also One gold lrirdalllons. Drenat•pins for I-Idlos and
Gentlemen ontrOlY nuoilty, pattern and price. Gold
fob; *est: curb and nocicchains. Gold bracelets, finger
rings, cuff-pins, studs,,sleove-buttons, crosses, charms,
&c. Gold and silver thimbles, silver and plated
butter knives, forks, table, toa, salt and mustard wow
of every varioty. A large assortment of gold, silver
common spectacles, to suit all
s to which we invite special atten
A fne lot of COLD-PENS - from the beet' makorsi
rpectacle eases, fancy boxes, sliver and pearl card cases,
gold and common bracelets, watch chains,. r:
Melillo Clocks end a variety of articles usu- ;••• •
ally kept in Jewelry establishments, which ,;Aerk ,
will sell low for cash. All articles war- 'Mr
rented to be what they era represented.
Particular attention paid es • usual to
WATCH REPAIRING and all work war-
F RESH GROCERIES!-
..AT F. C. 1111YETT'S
Shad and Mackerel of dilTerent grad A tes, -
Salmon, Scab - Fie& and Whlto Flab;
Codfish, Salt and Pickled Herring,
Cheese and Crackers Can be hid
A TIUYETT'fi aI .
Dried Fruit, Preserves and Jellies,
,Sugar Cured Deaf and Hants,
A flesh supply of LIQUORO 4
01Is, Whits Load, &c., &c.,
AMI3LE i TON'S STAIN.-
Thu most rollable artlrlo to mu for coloring the
11AI t or WHISKERS lostantanuouNly to
NATURAL BLACN OR BROWN
Does notinjuro the flair or Shin, or impart to tho Huh
thrithletallie dual, or greenish Fbado that most of the
dyes do, and NEVIM fades or Alashes out. North,
For sato at floury hinnekubili hlarber Shop, • brouu
Hanover Street, tartish; Pa. Jacob P; Stein
Agent; to he found at Linnelluhrs Barber Shop.
Jan. 25, 1860-arn.
INTEW MUS , FO STORE
Li NO. 03 MAVKIIT STRITT,'IARRISBURG ,
p H E 111 T ILL U $ • I O,
MUSICAL MERCHANDISE GENERALLY,
0. C. R, CARTER.
May 11, 69
c ilyerllospkatt of gal c I
Dried Blood, • .
• .Peruvian Guano,
• 100 rounds of tho •
WIG equal ..t.effeet and lasting power .118 b Pounds Pe
ruvian Guano—will produce
GIMATEU WRIGHT GP WHEAT,
And other Grain per Bushel:
rie,, IT I'REVENTS RUST !
I aollelt Fanners to give It it fair trial, beingeonfident.
of Its worth. It has twee extensively used In the Now
'England and Seuthern States for ten years past, and Its
' PROVES ITS SUPERIORITY!
It Is packed fu Strong Bags of 160 rounds each
Price per Ih%g, or 1150`per, Ton.
Ordenuccompaohnl by Remittances will meet with
prompt Affliction.. •
Testimonials and Simplex given Prey of ammo, on
application to the polo agent, R. W. P. ALLEN.
No. 14 South Dolaware Avenuo,
• P HIL AD ELP lIIA.
1311— AGENTS WANTED.
Carlislu F'on. 22,1800.-3 w.
j6O • A T SPRING 1' A 911 . 1 9 ijs,.
tot era old Sland., , ,A comPloto / IMO, of Hats anti tap s.
now ready for luspectlou: r ' ' • : r
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RI otreq style end quality. We call particular 'liken
ton to our 83- SILK HATS., 81Ik -aud - oat :Hats, of
rz style laa tut; order. , Ctpa of a , 11,. studs.
tl ; ct a sbANi
• • •Nottltlimuorar Street, • r
1 - IA.WIES I - HAMF 4 S-1 f HAKES 1 : !
_ , ~ . ,
369 PO. !lamer, jut received of all kinds. ~ , ;
' - colisioN PATTEILN; .',*, ' • • : -,, ... '•, ~
~ ' VLIZ ALET
t or . '
•0 thollnwaa"Storo orr. I_i
.n_ - XTON.lLizoli•r;'o,' 'rx
- IV - E . COAL AND 1141111 BE R YAI(D.
..Ll, The' aub#cribers time thy day ontorod oto part
unielalp to trado In .
- • A" Li. .It,g,p, M,B E It ,
We will lean ettntdantly on hand and furnish , to order
all kinds and gitelitet of seasoned •
1.113.111}31, . • , .. '
' • • • SOANTLINO, •
. , .
Paling, Plastering Lath. Shingling Lath, worked Flearq•
lug Arid Weittherboardlng. Posts mid Hails, and usury nr
Cele that belongs to a LUMBER LARD.
andkinds of Shingies, - to .wit Wl:Benin°, 'Hemlock,
and Oak; of I.l 4 fferent qualities. Baring Cars of our
ow% we can furnish hulls to .order of any length :sod
size at the drortest notica and on the most reasonable
torsos.. Our ivorked bnard4 will be kept under Cover PO
thet they can he furnishedalry at all thrum
We hove constantly on hand all kinds of Family Cool
under rover; which we will deliver cleat: tb any part Id
the borerugh. To wit : r.
LYKOI;113 VAhl,p Y , Brokon, I , :gg,.Stova and Nut
TitItVORTON, . do. do. do. •
LOCUST 3i010CE.4.114, '
valid: we pledieourselTos to sell at the lowest prises
Best quality of • •
• LimebtFner•i: and Blacksmith's Coal,
, always on hand whlrh.wo will sell at the.lowest Agra.
Yard west side of Grammar Sehnol, Main street.
ARMSTRONti & HOFFER.:
HA.I I 4I.3ERSBITRG FEMAI4.I Stat..
The loc44ion is pleasant and healthy, and the !Wynn.
toga are equalled by few in the laud. Thu Institution'
Is large and prospefous; with a corps or ass atnnts
nun with care, and well qualified to instruct in thn solid
and ornamental branches, The influences in the board
ipg department aro parental, =nal and
The next session will commence an tire 7th day of
Februnry.--Catalsgrues may be had on application to
Nov. W. W. Ells, Cerllsle; Rev: Job a Ault, Loudon,
Pa; Mee. 11. Bucher, Esq., .Iloguesto re. Pa; lion. Cho.
Chambers, B. B. Erlaneck, I). D.fS. B. Fisher, D. D., Bev.
P. B. Reese. Rev. Joseph Clark,Chemberrehlra. Pa I'rn•
fusser, at Prim:elm), N.J., both atilt; College nut Theo
Bev. lIIENRY - ItIIEVES. A. :11
CarllFln, Jan. 2_,1880.-1 y.
FORWARDING, AND -.COMMIS
BM d ouse, •
• FLOU'D. AND FEIED,, .
COAL. PLASTER' AND SALT.
Tho subscriber having taken the Ware Douse cars
_sind.fixtures of-Wm-11-M urrayis-weltknown.estAhltch._
mon t, on West High street. opposite Dickinson College,
would inform the public that he has Mend Into a
general Forwarding and Commission buslntss.
The highest market price Kill be paid fortleur, Grain
afid produce of all Untie.
They are also prepared to freight produce and stock
to Philadelphia and BalLimore, - nt the ion eat rates, With
safety end despatch.
PLASTER AND SALT kept constantly on band, and
FLOUR AND FEED'at %holesale or retail.
Coal oral! kinds. embracing,
• LUKE VI
mini wry WIIITE ASIL
Limeburner's anal Blacksmith's
CONfiTAWILT roc VA '
H.l PT UNDER 2 - 10 v rt,
and delivered dry to uuy part of the town:
J. It. NONEMAKER.
Carlisle, August 17, 1859.
N T,W c 0A L: YA It .1.) --
AT VIE IVEsT END or CARLISLE.
would respectfully cull the attention
of Litneburner'e, and thweltizene of Carlisle, and Um
nurinundingeountry generally, to,/de • '
NEW COAL -YARD,
atfaebod to lila Wafo House, on 'West lllith St., where
ho will keep constantly on bend a largo supply of the
boot quality of COAL, to wit: ..
Lykens Valley, I,uko Fiddler, Pine firoronnti Tr; , Ter...
ton, ilmicen, Egg nod Nut Coal-.—re, celled end dry coal,
which ho pledger himself to sell at the lowest possible
prices. Root quality of
.LISIEIBURNER'S AND BLACKSMITIIIS COAL '
. always on baud. •
ohnAli orders left nt the Warn, Douse, or at ble reel'
dsoroin North Hanover streut;‘,* 111 pro
• tonded to. W. II LNI.VEDSON.
Carlisle, April 14, 'sa—tf.
GLASS! GLASS!! PAINTS!
PAINTS!! A full assiutneni of Glass of all Msoa
and quality, with a large" Mock of fro.h FAINTS, all
colors. Oils, Varldshca, Ac., Cement In large or small
guard Men, at low figures at
JOHN P. LYNN A SON,
Oct. 27, '5B. . North Hint's - as Street,
The proprietors and manufacturers of HOS
TETT . II CELEBRATED STOMACH BIT-.
TERS ca -llseLt
n Teal - whir perfect — confidence - to
physicians an' Rheims generally of the United
States, bemuse t ' articles...4la...cit ' has attained a repu
tation heretofore um lutontei. A few facts upon
this point will - speak more powdrfelly than
' volumes of bare nEiSerl ion or blazoning puffery.
Tito consumption of liostetter's Stomach Bit
tern for the last.year amounted to over a half
million bottles, and from its manifest steady
increase in times past, it is evident that during
the coining year tho consumption will reach
near one million bottles. This immense amount
could never linve•been sold but for the rare
medicinal properties contained in the prepare.
tiun, and Limo sanction of the most prominent
physicians in those sections of the country
where'the article is best known, who not only
recommend the Bitters to their patients, but
are ready nt all times to give testimonials to its
efficacy in all eases of stomachic derangements
and the diseases resulting therefrom.
This is not a temporary popularity;Obtained
by extraordinary efforts in the way of trim
peting the qualities of the Bitters, but a solid
'estimation of an invaluable medicine, which is
destined to bo as enduring as time itself.
llostetter's Stomach Bitters have proved
a Godsend to regions where fever and 'rive
anet.varlous other bilious complaints have
counted their victims by hundreds. To be
able to state confidently that the "Bitters"
are a certain cure for the Dyspepsia and• like
i diseases, is to tho .propriot ors a source of un
alloyed pleasure. It removes all morbid matter
from the stomach, purifies the blood, and
imparts renewed vitality to theyervous system,.
giving it that lotto and energy indispensable
, . for the restoration of health. It operates upon
the stomach, liver, and other digestive organs,
mildly but powerfully, and aeon' restores them
to a condition essential to the healthy discharge
of the functions of nature.
Elderly persons. may use the Bitters daily as
per directions on the bottle, and they will find
in it a stimulant peculiarly adapted to comfort
declining years, as it is pleasant to the palate, '
invigorating to the bowels, excellent as a tonic,'
and rejuvenating generally. 'We have the evi
dence of thousands of aged men and women
who have experienced the benefit of using this
_ preparation .while-sufferhig from stomach -de ,
rangements and general debility; acting under
the advice of.physicians, they have abandoned
all deleterious drugs and fairly tested the
''merits 'of this article. A few words to the
gentler sax. There aro certain periods when
their cares are so harassing that many of them
sink under the trial. The relation of mother
and child is so absorbingly tender, that the
mother, especially if she be young; is apt. to'
forget her own health in her extreme anxiety
for her infant.. Should the period of maternity
arrive during the summerscason, the wear 9f
body and Mind is generally aggravated. Hero,
then; is a necessity for a stimulant to rccupo
. rate the energies of the systeni, and onablo the
mother to bear up under her cibausting trials
and responsibilities. Nursing mothers gene
szr4ity prefer \dm Bitters to .all other it:vigor:v.
lltrs that receive the endorsement of physi
, dans, because it is agrorablo to• tho Nita as
well as certain- to give a permanent increase
of ' bodily strength.
All those persons, to whom.wo have particu
larly referred above, to wit: sufftirors - from
foyer and ague, caused by malaria, diarrhea,
.—elysentory, indigestion,, loss of appetite, and
all &Weans or derangements of the stomach,
superannuated invalids, persons of sedentary
occupation, and nursing thothers; Will &insult•
their, own physical welfare by giving ,to Hos
totter's Celebrated Stomach Bitters a trial.
CAPTION.-;:-1Yo caution the . publio against.
using- any of the many imitations °toot:titer
felts; but ask. for lIOSTXTTEIVB CELEIIIIIATED
STOMOXI BITTERS, and see that each bottle has
the words " Dr. J. Hostetter's StOntach, Bitters"
•blown" on the sido'of the bottle,.and stamped
on the 4netallio cap covering the cork, and
• observe that our autogrtiph signature is on the
'label: • ' . : -,-,,_. . .
40' Propared'and cold by YdOSTETTED.
1351.T.T*; l'ittaburgb,l'Ea., and .sold by ail
drUggiets, grocers, - maid dealers ' , generally.
t. throughout the 'United. States. South. Ante-
slag, and Gel:many..
- . °.•Yor'4lo by S. EtMit, S.W. lisvorsticic,lsl43:l4%ii
(I. Attick; John Stotn9augh, Shipponsburg; Kant:
man,, Henning,: Btodiidlcaburg; and Druggists
gsnerally troughout the .suunty. • . .-.Noy. 9,'50. .
AND . .
t45i.11) 0.11 3 .8 D ;OEMEMT.;--- •• : --•7
~, ,' barrel% Gerhard with a vary . , largo , aisertmeht" ,
ala and Iron Pampa; - fall Muds cheaper than,
ever,;at, the Hardware 13toie of ' ' - :_' _, ' - . . . •
1.1.1.% MI 7, ' 80. . ; • ; 'HERO.I - Et AX.TOIs:I --.-
Mrs. SARAH 11. RI:BYES;
J. R. NONEBIAKEIVS
2 Car lisl e iroupdry;
: - . .. 7 ., .
r ' " -f • -,7- ' -, ‘ 1, ,' - - ,- - -- _ -7- `, 4 ,
".,,-;--:::.-.11 tk. -- ..., . A t ... yrz v A l , 4 '...v• r'-,
~...., # ,fr".....7e 04 - ,y3f 4U, '07.-: ..V 4l ,&A,E'''' • pj.C.
. V, l ' ilk 'P',.;.Sfiltli'M':'i':-.loC'''',.:`‘ 1
01 .0 .. ,11 411.4,‘'5.' "- '`177‘,451 , • ',.;,...—,..—,-, A
ern r-,4-I.4.4iYAiogitw , - , ,,i, , 1F1nT
~,., .„. „ .
;-....' --.....,./.1 _
• MACHINE SIIO P.
• CAR AND 'SASH FACTORY,
' . East Main street, GARLISLII.
This extensive establishident Is now in CompFete or.
dor and ,supplied with the bold mariiinery for eseeutine
work isCovery timortiount. The buildings have ilit•
harm tinnily enlarged this.spring and stocked with the
newest stud most Improved tools for the manulacture
• • - DOORS, WINDOW FRAMES, SASH, •
Shutters. Blinds, IMoulphigs, Dreckets and all other
kinds of Carpentor worrk. IVo Invite Builders, Car
proton 'iind others to call and OXIIIIIIIIO our faelliticis fur
dolor, this description of work. The best Materiels
used and prices as low as at any other establishment In
the County or elsewhere. , • •
STEAM ENGIN ES BUILT TO ORDER.
and repaired as heretofore. Engines have been iecent•
ly built for IY. M. Henderson Ai Sou, in Oslo borough,.
It. ii sun & Cu. Allow township, Ahl & Brothers, New•
"' VW, Shade & Wetzel, North :Middleton, and oGiurs,
at whom estalilishmeut they may be seen in dolly op
oratiomond to whom we can refer for evidence of their
IRON'AN6 BRASS CASTINGS.
of ovary description, from thoIiLISOICSt to the heaviest
places, executed at short notice use every kind of ma.
chlnery. A large variety ef mill castings now on hand
Two skillful Vattern makers constantly employed.—
' REVAMP promptly attended to fur.' Paper' Mills,
Distilleries, Grist Mills, Factories, &e. Turning and
Fitting Mill Spindles, fee. done in the best style: •
THRESHING MACHINES AND HORSE POWERS.
mush us Bevil Gear Four Horse rovers, Horizonte
bloar Four and Two Horse Powers, Corn. Sheller,
' • Crusheta, Iron Rollers. - Plough.castings, nhd other its
titles for farmers. on hand or promptly made to (Wiles
BURDEN CARJ ]BUILT,
and repaired. Our farilitios for buildisirears aro no.
.1 intini csielpiete tine heretofore and enables its to ru.
Hob thorn to transporters on this reibroad on necomi
dating, Wins and made of the best' mittpriels: Order
solicited and entire satislinition guarentiarl,_
The long exparionce hi the business . of ties Semite
partner of she firm, and the completeness of our too
chinery hl rivery branch of the establishment Wetrell
In In nvsurinx the had ,Work to all who favor is
with their orders.. The tiring oiled patronage of oiir ale
friteitiii and the public is re4peetfuily solii•ited. •
May . '2o, F. AMMER. fc Co.
GOOD! GOOD!! - GOOD!!,!'
—.lnatrecelredat - the - rheatrOrniTrydf - tile - under
signed, iota of good th:nbs. a part Of which o r e thu lot
• Hermetically sealed PEACHES, (frei.h.)
.• 'd TO3IATOES., "
p FAS, • 44
4 , ' " " ASPARAGUS, " .
." OYST mits, ,
PINE APPLE, " .
di 0 TURTLE SOUP, " '
It " . SARDINES, r,.
- Pl , ltled Gorkloa,. Chow Chow,. Piccalilli, Lobate; 14.
olive.g, 'Donator ICatatip, Walnut dd., Mushroom do.
topper Sauce, Hominy, 11 ritto, dlumberri..o, thu linvot,
of Pried fool, Susar.enred Ham, Shoulder. Bologna
li utg.t.go, Soup 6., .s, Mac...trout. Sugars, Conoco,, Tens.
Molassep, anJ .I
It of all 1:111 els.
_ (ill Eh NSW A hE, I'INE SEG AIRS. among which are
twenty livo thou.etud (turnout Stone. prima fohacco,
and the very best and purust LiQuoics io 0). county,
Confectionary and Fruit, An. .
.'All or .0110 are offered to the cillzonnofAlrlisle nod
. county of Cumberland. al tho hiwert prirexifor 1:4811.
CONIE ONE, COME ALL; two door: East of Rhoads'
Warehouse. , l..
Carll3le,•Noy. ti, 1359. •
J, l 1 - RE INSURANCE.-TILE ALLEN
AND EAST TENNSIIOItO MUTUAL FIRE• IN
SURANCE COMPANY of Cumberland enmity, Incorpe
rated by an net of Asqembly, Is 1..' fully erg:lnlv•d t and
In Imeratlen u n der the management et the following
Daniel Dailey, William 11, Chirps, :Michael Cockil a, ,
.1. Ei..ll4,lberger. Chrlhtlan Stayman, John C. Dun.
lap, Jacob EL Coover, IMMIX Myer, S. Eberly, Ilenja
min 11. Messer, .1. Urandt, Joseph Wickersham.
— AlefianderClitheen - - -- --' ' '—• '7 - -- --• •' --5. .. - -.
) 70.01' N sLATE.rbe under,
t, sigitedilms been appointed iient, hir the, sale of
litniFlN(l SLATE /ind has now anirwlll eoustan.tly
keep on timid a fall.ropply to meet the demand& of
builders mll4llOlB. T 111.0.111 I,llller n talperlor art!
ele would do well to rail at the Lumber and Coal Yard,
MI. It. (.101ICIAS, President. near the tlits House.
STAVIA.N. Vire President Jutn 8,1869. A
ThOA•atos of insurance aro an low and fa vt rablo nn any
Company n;l' the kind In the State. I•ersona wishing. ti
batman] themburs am invitod to mkt application to th
agents of the company, who aro willing to wait upon
than' at any Limo,
.I.IMIS II YElt„ Socre trig
➢lnnagern.-ICm. It. tinrgas,- L. flyer. Christian Stay
nun, M. Coeklia..T. C. Dunlap, It. Mar tin. 1). Bally, .1
ll.Cooeer, ANX. Cathcart, J. - Wickersham, J. Elothelbur
ger; S. Eberly, J. Brandt.
CUMBItiILAND COUNTY.—John She Melt, Allen;
henry 'hearing, Shireranostown ; Samuel Woodburn
Dickinson; ilmary Bowman, Churchtria:n t . Mode Gal
11th, tionth Middleton; Samuel Graham, W. Penns
bore': Samuel Cotner, Mechanicsburg; ".1. W. Cocklin,
Sheplierdstown; D. Coffer, Shoplmnistown ; J. 0. lax•
ton,, Silyar Spring; Beni. Havelstick. Silver spring;
Charles Doll. CoI lisle; John llyer,
_YORK COUNTY.—W. S. Picking, Dover; Peter \Vol.
ford. Franklin • Jae. Griffith, Warrington; J. P. Dear
Washington; D. Rutter, Newburg; It. O. 'Clark,
DAUPHIN CO.—Houser .t Lochinan. Ifarrlsburg.
Members of the company having policies about to ex•
piro. can have them: r "wed by making application to
any:of the Agents.
April 20. 110.
JNO. IL CHURCH*. 4 1 EBERLY
CHURCH & EBERLY .
STEAM SAW MILL •
. LUMBER YARp,
NEW CUMBERLAND, PA. •
All kinds of
constantly on band.
Lumber delivered at any point accessible by Railroad
at the shortest notice.
OF ALL SIZES AND LENOTIIS CUT TO ORDEU •
Nay 25,1559—tr •
JIAT AND OAP EMPORIUM
J. O. CALLIO & CO., successors to Wtn. H.-Troia
would announce to their cnstomers and the putilli.
%generally that they have just received from ithilatiel
phis, a large and efogant stsek of goods, iii their line el
-. business of every variety, style and quality. - -
,iAI They have on hand a splendid .._.
e' '';' , .. HAT AND CAPS - 1 ,-...
S ) A,„.._ k..
.„.. of all descriptions, from the commou•Wool
to the finest ' , we AND MN lIATd; and at prices
that must suit every one who has an eye to getting the
worth of his money. Tho stock includes,
MOLUSKIN, OA6BIMERE, DEAVER & FELT HATS,
of every style rind color and unsurpassed for MOUT.
NESS,.DURABILITY AND FINISH: by those of any
other establishment in the country. . .
MEN'S, 1101'N.nild CUILDit EN'S HATS and CA AS,
of every description constantly on hand.
They respectfully Invite all the old patrons end as
many now ones as possible, to give them a cap.
J. (1 . . CALL() a CO.
Apr. 27; 1550-17
--- - — 7 •
A Benevolent Institution, established by special on
dernnent for the relief of the sick and .dlstrek.sed,
afflicted with Virulent and LpidoinlediArases.l
and especially for the Cure of 'lnseams of
the Sexual Organs.
MEDICAL ADVICE given gratis, by the Acting Sur.
geott, to all who apply by letter, with a domiltilell or
their condition, tags, occupation, habits' of life, Ate...)
nod lh eases of extreme poverty. Medicines furldnited
free of charge.
VA LUA MAI: REPORTS on Spernetterrhom end other
Diseases of the Sexual Organs, and on the NEVI BENI
-EDI ES employed In the Dispensary. matt to the afflicted
In sealed letter envelopes, free of charge. TWO or three
Stamps for postage will be acceptable.
Address, Olt. J. SEILLEN itouunToN, Acting Sur
poen, Howard /immolation, No. 2.,South Ninth Street,
Philadelphia, Pu. By order of the Directors,
EZRA IN HEARTIVELL, Prgidern.
GEO. FAIRCHILD, Secretary.
De....21,1859.—1s • • ' ,
LADD, WEBSTER & CO.
IMPROVED TIORT . STITCH
On Exhibition and for ale at Mrs. E. A: REYNOLD'S
DAO,II.tiEREAN ROOMS, dud door treat of Dr.
Errata's Office, Carlisle, lb.
Bend forgt circular to .
. W. li. MASON, Agent.
• Dar. 7, 1550-tf.
To ease your stomech
At once discard nil ;
Take the advice I give,
. Ifyou would thrive and
The stomach medicine of real merit,
JENERAL DEPOT 48 WATER
ST., N, Y. Sold by tho principal Drugglott. Pint
bottles, 50 coots, quarts .$l.. Circulars sant, postage
paid, on apPlingtkan. See adcortbnaitent Dpe
poptie liemody,Wanothor column. -
115 DINTS AND
10 Tone Whito Lend. 1600 Salton of 011. Juni
received with a large aseortniont„ of
Tarnishee, Fire, k.roof Paint, • • • • •
Turpentine,, Noronci White, - •
:Japan, • • . • • 'Mid ta Zinc, •
•Putkr, Colored Z no, •••, ' •
Litherge, • • lied Lead, '
Whiting, .'• Bolted , • ••
•• . •
Shellac. •' •
• • , &perm 611; • ,•
' •,-• • :reint Drushol• he, •
. Colon of cry duseriptinci dry, AOd.llllJn ga . us and
tubes at the hardware pima of
!le•kitl,!l3o. •.• • HENRY SAXTON, •
11115ccl . 'fPor!
B _, ,t
CAI4.ISLI: AND PIJIIADIORIII.A .
•' FithiltD,.WAßD & PitDIM,
811 3ilital mem, idithADELPitia.
J. & D. 11110AD8, '
Cars of this Lino ictIVO ths Do'hot 811 blarkot At.,
Daily, at, 4Voincle. P. M. • . •
I,4ava Curlislo, Dolly, at 7 o'clock, A 81., •
Olio& intonded for this this shoald to Marki] 0. &
P. Daily Freight Line, and sent in by 4 O'clock.
I) 11 • 1 L A. 1) E 1 4 P II iFa
•' It A 1 I. It 0 A 'D
. . 8.9-7.31.4 , 11 t ARIZANIII.I4B7a,
' ' - .4iiit - rgrlBs9. . .
TWO ptmanger trails' lea vu Harrisburg dally,(Sun•
davn excepted.) at y.oll • A: 31. and 2.45 T. 31.. fur Phila.
dulpiiia, arriving Were at 12.50 magi and 7:40 P. 31.
heturning, Daryl Hilladulphia at 7.30 A. 31., and 3.30
P. 31., arrirlag at Ilarriabiirg at.12.40 . n00n and 8.261'
FArtes: TePhiladelphia, No. I Cara. $3.23; No. 2 (In
Fares to Ituading,. $0..00 and $1:30. -
At Rea ding. connect wlll,,tralna fur Poltavele, 311,:ers:
, Four traina leave Leading for Philndelphla daily, at
OA. M 10.10 A. 31., 12.30 noon and 5,02 I'. 31.
Loam Philadelphia for Reading at 7.30 A. .1., 1.30
IL, 3.30 I'. N., mid 4..15 P. M. s,,,Fares from Pending to Pliihnirlphia, 81.75 nod $1 45.
The morning train from thin isburg conneeta at
Iteading with up train for M'llltesbarre. Pittston apd
Abinds and other Information apply to
J. J. CILX I / 1 1, '
N a y ' • th•neraldgent.
NHEIV STAGE ROUTE.-
The Ineirmalber has started a tri.wealtly line of
:taps . between Carlisle and Landisbus* leaving Care
isle every Monday, rsitte,lay. and Friday, inuticill•
.tely on the arrival of the afternoon .tral n el .ears from
he east. Returning, leaves Igindh,burg at 800 A. M.,
'very Tuesday, Wedneyday and Saturday, and. arrives
it Carlisle ut 1,00 P. M., via. Perry Cuunly Warm
Shgrinattsciale,'Sterret t's Gap and Carlisle Sul
lair Stu lugs. On and ofer .lane the Int b, the line will
.0 roil daily for the accommodation of passenger's going
.11 the Sprite,.
Fare le thitol,veral points cc allows:
'arlisin to Sulphur Fillings, $0 no
l'errylinty Warm Surlop,
Laudisburg, . . .
I.atidishurg to Warm iiprings,
&Hh qr Springs, 1
" • Car l isle, 1 tal
The above line will 'mauly eiirrY 4 tres , 'Mi'l+ to nod
from the several points libore Indicated.
haVU IdSt, n well slo,lied LI VLItY Pam
which I am at nil tithes ready to furnish horses and cnr•
Ilaces to those.who will favor nnu with their patrniwo,
nit the moot reasonable terms and hr the veey hist siyte
touylill KA. • s EOM: I: 111:: , . DEL
A. R. III:Mkt/OD woubj respectfully inform no,
citizens of CArliale and vicinity that 116 has taken roan..
In %ma's now lotiLllng, cast corner el itlarkut Sonora
where he I: of all times rmly to take A ;SIIIIIPTITES
In Urn and 111.N1 aplanVed style. - riallrea taken
In rainy and cloudy NVl,dbl . no Moll am clear. rind Sat.
iskt4lo . ll , given to antral, Iliad, Partralta and Da
gUerraptypna Mitilatlime Pictures taken for I
Lockets Ac.. itt A labrotype.
Ambrotype war: anted to /Aural tras test of limo, beta
!males nod4leotlomon nro cmdlall;• invite 'd to rn
uul exnroloo nperimenn.
Prkei, from 2."Ft41. toldt). A. R. HEN wonn.
Jou. 27. 1859.-IY.' A alst.
IVEILY STA BLE.—Having pur.
IJ elins - ed from .1. 11. - Nonemotter his LIVERY IIF•
TAIII.IBII3IIINE. I will be /11whys ready_ to accomter.
dote the, poldle with 1101 li CAR•
q i r
BUIRIIES, and rverrother . or.
• - .: 0- s - V -. 11rIn In my flee. ley strict attoutton„te
business and a'do4r.s to please, the subserlher heres to
ieeelve a liberal nimrva of public pm,uung , ••
II EMIG F dl lINDEL t ,
N. 11. Otonibushes On !Mild to sup p ly those who may
he in tined of them. G. IL
Nov. 25. IS:;7.$
A S It . • )1' BA V S
NOR= HANOVER-STREET, CARLISLE, PA.
Having been ongageibliitlio ',tininess for over twenty
yearn ho would return thanks to his customers : and
friends, fur the liberal encouragement ottooduil to hire
In years goon by, and further assures them that no
palm, will ho spared, to give full satisfaction to all who
may favor hint tutu. a rail.
. CHAIRS AND FURNITURE, •
of every description constantly on hand, or made to
order. Warranted to be of the best quality, of the In.
lest style, well finished, and sold ia the lowest possible
prices for cash:
Ile also continues business as an UNDERTAR
Ready Made Collins. aletallla or otberwioo. kept con•
stoutly on bond and funerals promptly attended to
personally In - town or country, on t h e most.reateinable
terms. • .
Ulterli and Walnut Collins, largo PILO. Hell finished
and lined insidb, from 8 to 12 dollars.
Walnut Collins covered from 15 to 30 dollars.
JAMES It. WEAVER..
May 25, 1850-Iy.
N. IL—Two properties sltuato In Churehtmrn,Cumb.
rountyi non offered for sale on easy terms. Apply ne
above. J. It. W.
Practical , PI, umium and GAS FITTER,
in the Lased o4the Jl. E. Church,
lain Street, Carlisle.
Lend no Iron Pipes, lrOn Sinks,
11/ drama, .11 TUI,F,
llot k Cold Shower Mahn, ~"`lt
Water Cinsets„ :"51.1
Foreo and Lift Plunins, "Ydraulle flaws, itc.•
lYro't Iron Wed Tubes,
And every description of cockn and tittliv.;n for gas,
steam, water, &n. Suparlor cooking ranges, heaters nod
gas fixtures put up in churchen, stores and dwellings,
nt short maim to the most modern style. silt underl
ain nod work In our line at low rates nod witrranted.
.0Z- Coon try work and:lobbing promptly attended to.
'Mar. 2.3,1859-1 y
pAPEIt HANGINGS &c.
-SPRING 1E309 STYLES.
WALL PAVERS. ' •
HOWELL .F BOUEK
iiAsUFACTUItEIiS AND TUIPOItTERS OF
PAPER HAM; G
No: TT south FOUItTiI Strout, below Market, Shlla
Oilers unusual fanliltles to Woof-vino 3 RETAIL BUT
ms, a optondid stock of goods to soloet from, and all of
the uswest and best designs.—WlNDOW CUIITAIN
PAVERS, in oudless variety.
TT ERRING'S SAFES.
11 FARRELL, If ERILING s CO.,
No. (.129 Chestnut street, payne's Philadelphia,
tunhu Mequon! In this State
Ot I IE ItltlNt'S PATENT CIIAM•
- PION le lyt r AND flUitOLAlt
l'ilOOF . SAFES, secured with'
PATENT KoWDER INCA,
both of which received lloloih
at the World'a Fair, London,
Ibsl, and World's 'Fair in 'New
laollE THAN '
20,000 Ihrring's Sajiq
have been sold, mid are now In
actual me, and nearly 'OO hove been tooted to seri.
dental fires and have never filled to preserve their con
We also keep on hand and matte to order Dwrixiso
Boma Sorry. "Sideboard and Parlor Soles'"—(iniltio
Lion of handsome furniture) of elegant design' and
Also, Burglar Proof Safes for Banks. Brokers. Jewel
ers, Vault Doors, Safes for Specie. Silver Plate, dx. The
Burglar - Proof Wu to use at the Treasurer's 0rn,.., of
Piclusway vaulty, 0.. (at writ, mtnuttet urea
by us, and in universally acknowledged to be the
strangest Safe in the world.
„._,Persons wishing Salem will find It their Interest to
call or send for our catalogue before parebaslng else.
where, as these are thu only Safes which have .proved
themselva perfectly ruts ennui' and free from damp
$l,OOO 11BWalli) will he paid to any person that can
, YAIONV that a Ills RHINO'S PATENT CIIAMPION•
ever +WWI° preserve its contentn In au..eccldental
fire. [Starch 2,8,1880-Bn.
S 6O. FIRST GortEAT'ARRIVAL
Tho anbacribor respectfully Inforfns his friends and
customers gonerally, !bat ho has just received and open;
od foe thanpring trade, a largo end beautiful asaortmont
31E'N'S AND BOYS' VIZAIL,
iconiprining is greet Toddy of the latest atylo of
goods, n lbw of which may be mentioned via :
Fluoblock, blue, drab, brown. and green French
Cloth, flue French doeskin, Coasimare in largo
quantities, ...beautiful silk mix'd Oaselmores and , Twooda
a great, variety of
_._ . - .
YESTINOS - 01 ,111,T,...H1ND13• ..
Also, . ,
Tory large stock of LINEN OnTTON GOODS
Also,'extra qualities of English - eole•leathor TRUNKS,
Carpet Bags, and Umbrollaitull of'whlch bo field
at tho cheapßentleuaelt's Furillehlug Stun), at tho very
ISAAC LTVIN I ISTON,
North trancirer stein, opposite the''Amorlcan noose."
Carllale, March S 1 „ r
• The Suhscrlber hasjuat returneti fromthe ..}:aldern.
atlas with the largest, cheapest and best lelected as.
arwiment of ilaftlwareaver.ottered In this County. 'Eye
ry thing kept in a large Wholesale and lintall MAO ,
ware Store can Le had a little lowor, than any, other
house In the county at thweheap.Hordware store
'March T, HENRY , SAXTON:
•• • N
• • , NEYEIti'D
1T.113 COMPOUNDED E
has become an establisi
knowul'atid approved liy
rind is Dow inserted to
- the dlseas(wi fur whi..ll it
It has cured tbollnindS
yinini 1010 Iliad given up
ohm slaw. ..
The dose must he mini,.
of the individual inking
In yin tattles ns to act gen-
Let the dictates of
you in the - use of the
tor t antl.ll wilt curt.
Out attacks, Myttpupeitt,
emetic Weak— .
tuttroefully tin all ortli—
CINE. It will onrush.):
can -testify) to tw.•nty
teerportuftiln are taken
MI who use it are
In its favor. .
MIX IVATItIt IN THE
- .1•11co•Clito 1:101tr per Dottie,
SANFO RAY' S .
Pure Vegetable Extracts, and put, up in Giese
cacao, air tight.; and will keep in any ell
Thn Family Cathartic
tiro Cath.Ot lc which tho
his ;wart', more' than
Thu co ntontly W—
illiam who hare long Ws.
Isfaction which all give
Laainduced mu to place
The ProfeAston well
thartleg net on different
with due renounce to
fart, been compounded
purest vegetable extract,
part of the alimentary
x,ll'olo all races where a
an Vorangrinents of the
Pains Inn the Back and
and Soreness - over Om.
' cold, width frequently.
long course' Fever, Loss
Sensation of told over
, Ileadttche or wenalit In
' tory Dlseases,.lYorms In
llt he uneathm, a great
Jaany dls , onsea to
I Mu, to mention in.thla rot
The Liver Tnylworafor
' , galled by Diliggisk gen
the Ttadvla all the large
S. T. W. S.
011 i ORIGIN ATE IA .
I'lllBlR n quention or vital linportanee. undone which
has /lover been narbdietoillyAlispon'ed of by the iirlifen
sorarwlio leaeli the healing nut. 1:19111(1 maintain—and
egpedally the old ndlool PliVnidans—that life lives In
the blood, and therefore all di:gases oilgloate in 11--
lint modern silence avers that ailment, intuit their
origination In both the solids and Ilitids y( the body.
That the latter preponderate, however, is a hoed fort,
and medic:ll shill has dearly ilenionntrated that_nt
leant two-thirds of the ills that human flesh IR heir to,
have their source in an
13IPURE STATE OF TIIE BLOOD
As;for Instance. In kilo long catalogue. Burls nal Scrota
la, 'fetter, "Harbor's Itclo.l'lntples, lUot,•hrs . -F:ry ' ellhi
lan. Ulcers, Salt Rheum, discharges from the liar, reset
Sort ' s, or irruptive diseases of anv kind.—These are no
contained by well known onstirallaws.to arise Amu hid
blood-,Y1)110 the Itighet.t inedleal authorities declat,
that most fevers originate In the same manner, and
inure particularly Typold and scarlet—the further he
log ale Intermit, sup the latt wall external irruptive
disease: and in all per,sons attacked M . these nos , ndles,
the blond is found to be eltbet coagulated, or of a dark
Largo majority of di neat s as well Co to
rs: l ;k:•: .s t i ll o l it d,; which hay° already - seized upon the ays
tom" It is tieresFary to
. J11.00J) (
- Lindsey's Improved It \ lood Scorcher does not claim lot
for every disease itnoWn, but- the proprietors claim fur
It the power not only'of drninin g out au hornm hies el
the blond, but by the,killful combination of well know n
regetale reinedies. It will were 1,11 d lbennes mitring from
n •ternnged shit° of the liver. drive out dyspetde, and
giro renewed tone and 'rigor to-the stem:wit. That the
111.0011 Sconellla Is all that is claimed for It, the pt oprie
tors win produce -
It In only a few years since It was diocrivered, an &yet
It lion grown Into such business that a largo laboratory
him boon built expressly for Its
number - of men employed in putting it lip, and still the
SUPPLY DOES EQUAL THE. REMAND!
We ask any candid man, could this be so, if the }led
letio did nut possess ALL the virtues claimed for It t. '
The Prom !Mors have hundreds of certificates from
mon of probity. and standing to tho community, show
lug what thil medicine in doing daily Ybr the suffering
ASK ANY PERSON
who ban ever used .the Illood Searcher whether roll
Let thu afflicted glee it A trial—a eltigle bottle wil
convince the Roost skeptical of Its efficacy. .
rtS. For sale In Carlisle by M. W. Havers tick, 8. 11l
'loft, And 11. J. ICleffer; linufftnan & Sou, Mechanics
burg; Ocnveller - k Zook, Shephordstown ; Joshua Coin
llogstown; Jacob Simmons. Cress Bonds: Kurtz
Wise, Shiremanstown ; A. M. Leidieh, Dolling :wings;
Itla'ry W. Kissel, Churchtown ;• Edward 4 1 / 1 131011, Went
11111; J. C. fflutrmuskt & lire., Oakville; Elineninker
Elliott, Newburg; \Sin. Walton, Newville; J. Hood .1.
Springfield; Russell & Mee, Dickinson;
& Washinger jacksonvillo; Wm. Clerk &'
Bolds; Wm. H. Eekles, Sporting 11111; I). lienlinser
Whits Hall; T. (1. Alt Mt, Shippetisiturg ; allot' Cumber
bind county, Pa. _
Arontatic Invigorating Spirit.
This Modhire has Leon wet; 'by the public for nix
yearly - 0;1th 'nem:lel:lg favor. It In recommended to
cure Joyepeneln, N 1.1,01114.1., limn dupe Colic,
Paine, Wind In the Stomach, or PRI. in the
Bowels. IlcadaclM. Drowidoces, It hinny Ccm.
.plelots, Low.llrlum , Tremenb
It Stimulates, }NlA!lndex, Invigorates ; •Lul l not
I ti tox I onto Or St upe fy.
An a Medicine, it Is quick and effectual, curing the
went aggravated canon of Dyspepsia Hidney Complaints,
and all oth, derangements of the Stomach and Bow.
els, In a npeedy manner.'
It will Instantly revive the moat drooninrand midi
ancholly Fplrits, and restore thu weak, nervoun iand
sickly to health. strength and vigor.
•Persone . mho, from the li
hava , beemne dejected, and 1
lured, comAltutions broken
horrible torso to humanity,
almost Immediately feel the
rating efficacy of Dr. lima's
Doen—One wino glassluil an often as necessary.
One deste w ill remove all Had Fplilts.
One dose will cure Heart burn.
Three doses will cure Indigestion.
One dose will give you a liocti Appetite.
One dose will stop the distressing pains of Dyspepsia.
One dose'will remove the distressing a cid til.greeoble
effects of If Ind or Flatulence, and en coon as the atom.
aclvrecelers the Invigorating Npirlt, tile distressing
load and all painful feelings will be removed.
One done will remove themoot distrosslng pains of
Collo, either to the stomach or bowelo.
A few dosos will remove Ml ohttructions 'in the Kid•
uny, Bladder or Ili : leery Organs. .
Persona who are seriously Mlleteil with any Kidney
Complaints are - assured speedy'rellerby - ii -- dose Or two
and a rattirM CUM by the U. Of ono or two bottlot.
Persons who, from dissipating too much over night,
and feel the evil effects of poisonous liquors, In violent
headaches, Sickness at stomach, weakness. giddiness,
Sic., will find bus dose rill remove all had feelings.
I adios of weak and sickly constitutions. shin id take
thu illvlgorating 41rit three times a day 4 it will tasks
Item strong, healthy and happy, remove all (Astro,
lions and Irregularities from the menstrual Organs and
restore the bloo,n of health and beauty to the eat iiworn
During pregnacy It will be found an Inv/linable mein
inn to remove disagreeable smisations at the stontsrli.
All the proprietor asks Is a trial, and to Induce this
to has put up the luviumaDio Sionn in pint botticu
it 60 cm., quarts el.
For sale in Carlisle by 8. W. naverst irk; in Me.
baniesburg by L Kauffman, And by Druggists geom..
Feb:l, 1 . 860 .- I Y. - .
"IRSENWEIN'S TAR AND WOOD
N APNEA PECTORAL,
TO TOE LOST- MEDICINE IS 0110 WORLD,
for the CURL of Comma Ace Coto. Croup Bronchifio. Ale
thma, Difficulty In Breathing, Palpitation of the •
Heart, and for the rallef of petiole lu the
advanced stages of 'COAST/NV:IOX, to
. • gather with all Diseasoa of
,Throat and Chmt, and
which predisposed to Consuitiption; It attacks the root
of disease, and makes the fel) dostmyer succumb to ID
' ufluonce. It she produces lice expectoration, and in
d noel( healthy action in the diseased Mucous Membraur:
and Tissues. It Is pt•oullarly adapted to tho radical cur,
of ASTHMA. Ono dose of this invaluablo, Syrup oftoi
gives ease, and consequently stoup, which the pecolitu,
nature of this disease defiles him. It is very pleasalr
.to the taste, find prompt in Ito 'streets. THY IT, and I,
convinced, that it Is invaluable in the cons or Bros.
CUM AMMONS. •
' POMO 00 CENT,. Pea BOTTLE. ' '
Trepttrod only by • • •
A. ESBENWEIN, bruggiat,
N:11'. Corner of Ninth and Poplar meads,
• , ' 1r PHILADELPHIA
IC D. For Sale by 6. Elliott, D, J. Huffier, B.IV. Have;
'stick, Carlisle; L. Kauffman, Mechanicsburg; and Oct
K. Smith, & CO, Philadelphia; and Storeiteopeis etc
Druggists generally : ' r •
Carlisle, Oct. 10,'80"-7 mps.
IWN RAILINGI-71roti, Railing ii.
Cem uteri enclosures, public:old private grounds Ml'
pullet% made to:oeder at the Carlisle Foundry. ,
stook of ltalliugjerandah and limeltot patterns co;
'prises et largo variety of new autl elegant:designs whit
too public Aro lotted to rail and 'examine. Orders 1 ,
walling and pulling up Railing will be promptly oaic
Italat satisfactory prices.
n,/# Au outVely'nevi TEN ITOTISR PROIN
pud 11011.12.1 t runvon band, warranted to he of - the 1,, ,
make, and will be told at a bargain for, cash or on 61. r
„ F.E14.8.Db1E4 &, . ' • • J 'Ay :11, 18h
E a 4
giving their testimony
081 31011T11 WITW
SWALLOW BOTH TO,
et. a Stiinlard Medicine
all thnt bars used it,
' with eanlldenes In till
Is meal - unloaded •
within the lust two
all hopes of r.ellmfostbs
501tIlles Les lu my poses
ted to tho temper wont
it, and used in such
tly on the bowels. .
yrtur. Judge of fruiclo
Liver CO 13111110111 F, 11111.
th runic- Blartllneat.l4 of
tory. Dropsy, eoul . Stust.,
I Coss, •Cholly. Cll°loll,,
I ufitnluth, YlntuLn t o
undmorty I.e uw•d
ottry k'.4111.11.,Y MEDI-
11 two cr limn
n t eollll4lotlcelliotut ul limo
props lotor has used in
twenty , years.
kreasing demand trom
ed the Pills and the sat.
in regard to their usa,
them Within thu reach
knoir that Eliffaront Ca
'portions of I lie 'bolveln,
I h art to rill _A ui r
this well entnblifinot
front a Tnrioty of 'the
which net niikiron every
canal, and are good and
Cathartle in neotled,attelt
Loins, CoptiveneFn, Pain •
Iwbolii body, from eduldeit
if neglect, d, end In a,.
of Appetite, it Creeping
the body, ReFtletmeon;
the head, all Intl
Children Jr A dultp,
Purifier of the Illood and
• (Imola. 1)oso, 1 to 3,
30 Ce itx
nd Family Cathartic Piltx aid
and.sold whohawlo by
uford, M. D,,
ufacturer and Propriotor,
ny, New York
LINDSEY A: LEMON, Proprietors,
Dn. DARIUS lIA3I'S
mjudlelous uso of liquors,
'their nervous systems s1u:lt•
down, and Pubjert to that
the Dr.ustom Tur.mss, is
happy and healthy 1uv1;,,0-
WHAT 1T WiLL DO