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A Dlvlitid lleart gitaii'Dlilded
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'•. It waLearly•On theinorising of a lovely day
In June, A.-D. 1800, that Ammer large group .
• of idlers gathered in front •ofthe Etheridge
• Arnie; 6-quaint:Old-tavern in the:ancient little •
• - town Of Switiburno,'ln the west of England.
,Ity their looks and conversation: it was ail
' dent that sumo event of unusual importance
.... , was. ekpeeted to come off. ' , . . _
They were, in fiiet, awaiting the' arrival of
• the mail conch, which w std tiring down Colo
• - -1101 Hastings. and his s n Albert, who was the
bridegroom elect of Laxly EtheridgeMarortess
of Swill - burn°, the la 4 of her race, and sole
- !mire s of the immense wenltliand vast estates
of her lordly ancestors. ..
' • ' The nuptials Were lobe celebrated on the fol..
• lowing day f and the retainers and neighbors
. of,the noble bride, Who . almost worshipped her
for her goodness of heart, were anxious tit see
• ilie•man who.was to be their beloved "My's"- '
. / t, , - :- . •
They hail not , ing to wail. • The coach soon
came thundering up to the doer; and as soon
as-the-steps were-let down by the obsequious
• ' landlerd, Colonel -Hastings issued forth. Ile
' was an elderly gentleman, tall, spare, and •
. i stooping; was clothed in n suit of clerical
' 'black ; n...d his pale, thin; long face was sur
rounded by hair and whiskers preinaturely
- pi ay.' .lie was closely attended by his secre
tary—Ferdinand Cassinove.-an Italian, of
Fatah graceful mien andilignified bearing, that
he might linfa,been tnken for a prince of the.
blood attendedlYnn old gentleman in waiting.
NeXt came forth a yOung gentleman, whose .
:handsome person -and haughty manners at
mitie attracted general attention. His form •
woit tall nnd• finely proportioned, crowned by
. ' n haughty head and face; with high, aquiline; .
features, fair:end fresh complexion light blue •
. eye.,, sod very light, flaxen hnir. His expres
- pion of countenance, in. keeping with his
Whole manlier; was stern almost to repellant
see -rity. Great beauty of person, with great - •
dignity of manner, forms n combination very
attractive to, most young women, and per
il:los it was this that fascinated the young
heiress df Swinburno Castle, for this-was . '
Albert Ilastings, thee bridegroom elect. He
WWI tel owed :int the house by his • valet,
bearing hi ing-case.
After a slight repast, Col. Hastings, atten,
-- dottlySassinove; - drove - off - t o-tho - cast le7--t o—
hare n preliminary interview with Lady Eth
eridge, -(who was his ward.) and arrange the
, marriage settlements: On arriving at the
lordly castle,"Cnasinove was shown into a aft
ling-room, while llSColonel proceeded to the
' library, whither his ward was requested t o cenie
and. meet him.
Al the young Italian paced up and dowi:i;--
• the room, occasionally pausing before a full
length mirror, which reflected the spacious
window (reaching from ceiling to floor) and
the . picturesque landscape beyond. suddenly,
mum% the roses outside.' glided a pnrple •
draped female figure, that inimedintely riv
ettetl his attenticin. It was a woman in the -
entliest bloom of youth. As young Conj. :-
novo gazed upon 'her reflected imegevitas he
never gazed upon her - , lie"felt ns though aged-
• ,desa had suddenly descended-among the flow
ers. Her form was above the Medium height
and well rounded.. Her-head was finely
. formed, rind covered with a profusion of jet
..-black; gliflerii3g lair, that was plainly parted
over her broad, - expansive forehead,' and
swept around the temples, and wound into a
rich and Wins-lee knot nt theback of the head.
Iler eyes wonders% luminous dark grey orts,
that seemed, whenever the long veil of lashes
was lifted, to throw a-light wherever they.
glanced. Her nose was straight and well
formed, her lips 'rounded, and- likii all the
rest, fdll of character. to the carriage of ter
head and neck, and in her stately , footsteps,
there was, ft, certain natural majesty that,
even in a peasant's' dress,-would have proved
her one of nature's queens. , -
The impression made upon the enthusiastic
heart of Ferdinand Cassineve was at one')
vivid, deep and strong—quick us ivaml-pain-
Hug. permanent its sculpture. He saw this
goddess of the' intellectual.brow and stately
step, open the window and advance:lnto the
r ium, and as She approached hini he felt his
whole frame thrill with a strange emotion of
blended pain and delight, Ile -dreaded to
move, yet, as the needle turns to- the magnet,
he felt himself turning from the reflected lu
nge to face the original. He stood before
that queenly form, and met Mist) large,. lumi-
QCII/8 dark eyes fixed upon him in royal gra
ciousness, as she said,
"You nre.. Pelona : Mulling's secretory,. I
. heliere, sir-' Pray sit down. You will find
the London papers on Mint table." And,
with a graeefut bow the Indy passed him,'and
seated herself on a sofa nt the extremity of
)he room, took -up a portfolio, and was soon
deeply engaged with its contents: . •
After the profound bow with which ho Lind
returned her courtesy, Ferdinand Cassinove
.remained motionless where she had left him
But ten minutes had elapsed since she -had
glided in among the flowers, and . 'pitied film
like a vision seen in some beautiful dream —,, ..
But ten minutes ; and life, the world, himsalr '
were nil changed for Ferdinand Cassinove.—r
He felt that from' that moment,,hislate must take .
i's character for good or evil, drom the will of
that royal-looking woman.
in the midst of AIM Flemming pain of his
dream, the door opened; and a grey-haired
servant entered softly, and stepping across
the room to where the lady ant, and speaking
in the low, subdued tote in which royal per-.
nonages are addressed, said— '
"My lady, Colonel Hastings' respects, and
110 awaits your ladyship in the library."
' "Very well, Williams; go and any to Col.
Hastings that twill attend himimmediately,"
answered the, lady, rising. .
This queenly woman,_ then: was Laura,'
Baroness Etheridge, of Swinburne l • For
ever and forever unattainable by hiiii! Oh,
despair! His made in the air all tumbled
about him, and buried all his hopes andispi- .
rations in its fall.
After greeting Col. Hastings, on her enter
ing the library, Lady Etheridgelooke parch
ment from a drawer in the centre-table, and •
handed it to !ter guardian. On eiatniningthe
docuinent, the Colonel found it to ben deed of
gift, absolute, of her magnificent estate, to
Albert Hastings, her intended husband. -The
Colonel pretended -much surprise, and refused
to accept the deed, alleging that such lin - ticr,t
might give rise to unpleasant criticiami
-i" Oh, Colonel Hastings! there can be no.
question of mine and thine between me and
- Albert: - - =The - deed - of - gift 'that tranifers all
a y possessions to my future husband is made '••
out; let it be executed. lie shall then never ,
be jealous of his. wife's riches, for she will
come to him as poor as a cottage girl," ex- .
claimed Lady Etheridge, with a pure devotion
of' love flushing her cheek and lighting 'her .
After pretesting somewhat farther against
such 'noble generosity, the Colonel allowed
himself to be persuaded to...accept the deed .t.
and citlleditrCawthtiive to witness its exec);- .
tion in due form. The poor secretary could
scatelely hold thepen,which the Colonel han
ded him, so great washis itgitationt . 'His em
ployer could not help remarking upon, the
unusually pooeelgoature with the Italian af
fixed, As witness to the deed; but little the ei
lonel:or the baroness knew the (risible passions
that were etethikatiri 'the - secretary's soul, or thi
important results they Were destined to bring
We will now'refurn to the bridegroomelcot,
whOm we loft at the Swinebunto Arms. . •
Colonel Hastings had'ocarcely left the roenivr=
ere Mr. Alberelfastibga arose, stretched hint
self with a witirly yawn; and began to pace
thoughtfully:up , and.down the floor, murmur
Men tliink me a veryfortunate end happy
umn;:, and ;donbileas an unusual number of
goodffgifts'haye• been' 'showered upon me by .
the fail:T . 9 . f
.the' blind goddess — not the least
anionethem .would be esteemed the hand of
- this:Wealthy young baroness; My'bride -ex
pectant, Well, we minuet hareeverything we
want id this werld,,else sweet Rosa . Elmer
only shotild he'the Wife of : Albert Beatings.
.Poor girl! shetlittdo dreams that the man who
haa,wreottd., her tinder; the •narne
Loral, is really Albert Hastlifie.'the 'envied I •
bridegroom of the high. bdrn Lady Etheridge
of Switibnne: - It cannot ,helped, I 'tiatuoi
not Tinton, for .legyytiright, or maiden's honor.
HeieiAlieo, fee" divided life; .mt bend to the
lady ot SWlnbtirne—ray, heart to ' tbe'ltije ;'
cot tsittr gitir;ofilk,indy'litlieridatiniuot never..
knotref Rose Elmer and ialle7 1 1 0 *01;
must Rose Elmer know Lady : Eyler:l,4e and
Alb.orkilettinke.And Voir '4 l ,poreitailo itodit _
to go ,beforente into , Moles.eiliere'ke:reelt eed,: -
myllitilyaorlde ere te'exiOnd,oerlioneyirieon.”
out iuta,the t
•Takinin iourstioptinsiteitt that whiehiled
to Sivinburn:Qautle s Albert Hnstingt soon came,
• ~to -a creee•Mithilr's'road; flitleytedifer
* ne,t ,w) : '- ra UPP? ql4.thort-Aturning into .1s by.
paik,:tte teinCon ea.lit ettnielo a secluded ,
and lovely cottage.. Oricaing.thetloorof this .
elegant .retreat with a latall.key.'he peetied:in.
It wits a iovely.abode, , fir Jiome of a'
(airy. And, for tr fatry,'Atbert,•liestitige had
had it tarnished., The fairy's aitne,was ROsa
Elmer, mid she w as the ,diitighttr . Of ; the vil
lage laundress.; Albert had ecmdtally met
her on.one of his visits the r e :SAO , : tand.'. as
his soliloquy , given , obove, skews, ad fallen
desperately in Imie.nrith, her; and, under the
nistimed naive of William Lovell, had won the
bmintiful and innocent Maiden's heart.
•• He had had the cottage fur:lt:the:Vend ens
that morning to meet Rose there, where they
had so often met by appointment. Rose came
at I.st; and its soon cs tile first joyous graet.
• jogs were over,-, the 'intriguing lover sot at:
work to pm-suade her to consent to a, to fret
marriage,; as he well knew, by a•thousand: ,
tests of eharacter,,thai• he could.never gain.
his' purpose Unless Rose belieyedlierSelf to bo
his wife:, wits. a hard one; but he
finally succeeded, by promisingthat she &lonia
stny with her mother just tba same, as long as
she lived.. .
This was not at all that Mr. Hastingawisked,'
but.' neither logic nor eloquence douldeoevince
or persuade Roso Elmer to desert her ailing
mother; and upon no other_ condition, than'
that of being Vowed to remain with her ivould .
she consent to the secret marriage. •
' And finally' he obtained a promise from
Rose that she would meet him at the 'collage
that same night, where, by . previous arronge
men'', his confidential servant,. disguised as a
clergyman. wit.' to be in attendance to perform
the marriage ceremony. After which,
shonld return to her mother, toremnin during
the few weeks °rids absence in Wale's, whither
ho said, import:int businesi forced him..
agreed upon, they took leave :Amid) other for
a few hours. and returned to the .village by
different routes. Mr. Hastings went to his
inn, and, summoned his confidential servant
to his presence. Amid Rose Elmer, full of
hope and joy, turned down the street leading
'to her mother's cottage.'
When Rose entered the house, 'there was
a smouldering fire in the grate, itud beside
this fire - , in an old arm chair, sat. a female,
whom no one would have passed
second look. She was a woman of moo.
=riding presence. Her form was tall, and
must once have been finely raunded,; but
now it was worn thin almost to 'skeleton
tneagremss. Her features were nobly chic.
oiled Mid: Might once have been grandly
beautiful, but tow they were sunken end
emaciated as those of death. Under her
broad and prominent forehead, and heavy
black eyebrows, shown a riir of large, dark
gray' eyes, that burned fiercely with the fires
of fever or of frenzy. Her jet blnelc hair,
slightly,streaked with silver, was half rev.
ered with n.red handkerchief, tied beneat
her chin, and partly fallen in elf locks down
one side of her faie. A rusty black gown
and shawl Completed her dress._'._
As the door opened, admitting Roso,, she
turned quickly in her chair, fixing, her eyes
with'n look of fierce,inqoiry bppn the intru
"How are you now, mother dear? I hope
you feel in better spirits ?:' I - ill - nose, laying
off her bonnet, nod coming to the woman's
"Better. -Where have you been.?- I have
wanted you." '
have-been—taking a walk through the
Woodsolear mother; and see, here are some
wild strawberries I picked for you on my
turn. Will you vat:theru V said Rose, offer.
ing her little basket.
"No ; I want none of them. You -care
-little . for me." • -
"Mother, don't say thtit. You'll° not know
.how much I love you." - • . . _
"Hush, girl, you have little - cause—oh I"
And the woman suddenly struck her hand
upon.her heart, dropped her head upon her
breast, and seemed convulsed by some great
agony. Her Matures worked frightfully, her
frame shuddered. ' •
"Mother! mother! what is the matter?'
exclaimed Rose, throwing her arms around
.the womanin groat alarm... •
"It is—pnst," gasped the.woman, breath.
lug with great difficulty. • •
"What was it,. dear?" •
"A spasm. It is gone."
"Oh, mother, Will it return ?" • •
"Lot Wm run for &neighbor, or the doe.
Nay, you must run somewhere else 1 To
morrow, Laura—Lady Etheridge of Swim
built; weds with Albert Hastings, of Ilan
Sags Hall. It is so, is it not?" •• •
• "Surely, dear mother, the village is full of
the wedding, and talks of nothing else. - The
•illageshildren have been employed alldny
in bearing ' flowers to decorate the castle
church, and - to strew in the path 'of the bride
Mishe comes—they love her so
"Yes she is a high and mighty lady ; yet,
sweet and 'gracious us becomes one so exal
ted. Come hither, girl, kneel •down before
me, so that I may take your lace between
my hands I" said the woman, growing more
strange in her talk.
Rose obeyed, and her mother, bowing her
own stern;dark face shut that of the . girl be..
tween her hands, and gazed upon it wistful
ly, critically, murmuring— .
"Fair face, delicate features, complexion
pure as the inside of a conch-shell, white
and flushed with red; hair like lino yellow
silk, and eyes blue and clear as those of 'in•
fancy; hands,' small and elegant. I have
MR let poverty spoil your beauty, have I, my
'No, dear mother, you have let kindness
more likely spoil me,' said Rose, iu simple
wonder, at her words.
"I have not let your person grow Coarse
with hst l / 4 1 work, have I, dear?"
" No, mother; notw'thstanding that I
ought to have worked with you, and for you."
• 'Your hands have never been roughened
by helping me in the laundry ?"
"No, mother; the gh they ought to. have
"Nor have your sw et eyes been spoiled by
needlework?' - -
"No; good Motile ; I have seen as useless
as_a_fine_lady,to,wy.shatue2 , •
"And 1 have worked hard to save you from
work, and to pay for your schooling, have I
"Dear mother, you have I You liave been
the best mother in the world, and only too
good to me. 13nt I will try to repay you."
"Think of all that tomorrow, child ; and
when all the country around shudder at my
crime,' when all the people • call down impre
cations. upon my name, do not lion.curse . one
who-has nourished you at her bosom, wlien
that bosom is cold in death," said the woman,
"Oh 1 aim is mad! mad!" exclaimed Rose,
in dismay. at hearing these words ;
ering'her voice, she said, "Mother mottles 1
try to collect yourielfl It ,is 1, your pOor
daughter Rose, that kneelS before you. Do
you not know me?" ' • ,
"Ab, I know you well, and I know what I
say," repeated the wanton,. solemnly.. -
"Mother oh, why do you talk so vrildlY
,It•ds very dreadfull But you 'are not well 1—
let me go for some one." • •
"Yes; you must go.for some one. , You
must go to the castle 'this afternoon," said
the woman, in the 881110 tone of deep gravity.
"To the castle! 'I, =floor f"- exclaimed
'Yen, you must go tO tbe`eastlei; and when
you get there, ask to ace her who • calls her.
self Lady Etheridge.'-' . . ...
"TIM butoneis I Dear mother,- why does ,
your thoughts so run upon.
,the', baroness ?
Whet is She to us? ' Besides, it it likely that
she will see me, a poorgirl, aierfeet stitetn r,
ger, this day: a e sees all others, when eh no
,one 77 ' ,-
"Hush; ltohe I and for'onEe obey one whom .
you have so long looke4 upon as. Your mother
It pill bethe last_ I
. will ask you to do
'so. ~ Dcimand to: be adraitted , to the presence'
:of the' harcineas: 'Say that you' have eofme,
ii' matter of life and death, that nearly
concerns-her ladyship-; insist, that
not variture.to refuse you:: : inen'you'sland
beftife'Lady.Etharldge,.Bl4 that her UlTa unte
Magditieno tlinet— r t,', , ,-
filar. -nurse r 'mother I- Ygtt LOT
t ~ ,'~.; .'1;
I idge e nurse ! Vneyer . lktte* that befyre I in
"There are Matiy:thitigs that ryo.o never
knew,, mly. child. Rid, attendt .snr:to the
baronesathat Sagdaline t Ertner dying 1" ''
"llyitiki . ob,,mother,.do not say so 1 it is .
Very cruel! You areMet.' Sick io bed—yoti
'tire sitting up - 1 You Ore not 'dold - either;i4
!I - aye - Many years orlire , before ,
"Child, hear my words' but do not:judge
them 1 ' Say to Ludy Etheridge that . Magda
lene:Elltuer, ber• dying 'in•aYs—nity,
demands—to see her this' night Tell.' her
that , rhavc.fir twatilesioit makci Oats she
until hetit i tc6iight,r . never rOdiiiiire herby .
all. she 'holds dvr . on,carth 1 .by all her hopes.
of Hcavei! lier'retirS of hell 1 to come•
to inn to,night,l !ter if she mulct eseve
tke ?wooled curse Thai could darken a too.,
comeviau's, life, to to meto,nigitt 1 to come
to Me 'et often l There; get on your..,bot•
go" • ' • '
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. 4TTE.7I°TIO.7r: -
NEW STORE AND NEW GOODS
Aftevreturning bier acknoitsedgeinente (yr the very
liberal patronage which has been' extended to 'nil, lher
uudersigued would call ettention•to tho fact that he
has just riropened Isle exteuslie assortment of fituilly
Whim new stomroom. on the sou threast corner . of the
public square, where the public are invited to call and
examine a stock o' goods IT Ma, in elegance; variety
and extent, will defy competition; comprising In 'pert
lost,' lump, crushed arid brown sugars ? ,
1, 1ava,.-Itio-andfroasted Cotten "Every va- . „,_,
riety and quality of TEA. Spices, (ginned' i'" .
and unground,) Pickets, Sauces, Table Oil. .
Now, Orleans, Suorhouse and Trinidad mom
Molasses; New York and thilsdelphia Syr-
upv. ' Cteese, Iliwaronl, Yormecilli,' Wit I'eae, 'Fernley, 1
Mincemeat, corn Starch; Farina, Chocolate, Extract o.
Coffee, refined Sugar at reduced rates, washing andlink•
leg soda. 'tobacco of the most favoritirlirends, aid the
finest quality of Segars. Also, a beautiful assortment
of Ilrilannta Ware, plain and g,ld bind Chinn Ware,
Glass, Queens. Stone and Earthen; Ware, in greet va•
riely, and an elegant let of Fancy soaps, extracts and
perfumery for the toilet. .
'FRUITS: Including Pnarlirs in runs, Raisins, Crnn•
berries, dry apples, citron, alinonds, pranges,
( LIQUORS: Wholesalo and retrill,
i=;(1111 embracing , conlinon and old Ryo \Vida
1 =. - Wily, lhandlea, dark and pale, Lisbon
. ~.... ~, 7 : V Sherry Port. I , lnderhi,tatger, Cntawly,
~.. and Muscat %%Ines In caska and tool
flex, Scotch N blskey, llolland Wu, and Scheldnu ,
Schnapps.- _ .
FISH AND SALT
A Dirge stock of LAMPS, i nelading 'Volt's celebrated
lamps for. burning Reinsene or coal nil, also Sperm
Pine, Lard and Coal Oil, IluCning Fluid, Sperm an.
Star Candles. .
CEDAR-IVAItE AND BROOMS
Brindles, Havre, Hoppe, 'Soaps, 'Wm.:nate, Waiter!
Looking.glassee, flue letter and note paper, Willer
%Vero, painted turketr,
Colton and woollen Hose, and half Hose, and a rot
trick of Ulovos, Including the wel' known Honore!
In short. his stock comprises everything that is called
for In his line of business, and no of osto will ho spored
to nuttier entire satisfaction tops custetnara.. •
Carlisle, Oct. 27, 1858-Iy. ,
An - - Marketing of -all-kluds taken In-exclkann to
goods. -- , .
j 0 1' 13
. U. STEEL
SOUTII HANOVER STREET,
A few doors South of the rem: house
Having supplied Myself with a itirge assortment o!
Watch Matetials, (Bassos, &r., 1 ant now -prephred tr
repair all hinds of Watches. Clucits,Jewelry. &c., on U.
most reasonable terms, that may be entrusts d to in)
ram 11°14m: by strict Attention to business to be in
voted with a ilbeml share of public patronage.
A Oita assortment of JEWELRY, such an Ladles
roast fine nod Ear Drupe, Gold and cameo; Misses
react NMI noel Ear Drops. Box and Glass Nos all sines
ddDhalu Nooks, Plated Cloth's, Gilt Lockets, Guards.
up, &e. Also, a Inign nod Moo aosortmeat of
GOLD FINGER. RINGS.
Also, a flno lot of Silver Hunting, Lattachod Lever.
and Lapin., Watches. and a good assurtmout of Sliver
plated and Steel Spectacles.
all of which will be sold luw. A share of publleatrolu
ago la respectfully aullcited. JOS. C. ST bEL.
Carlisle, July 13, 164f1—lis
•111.1R1001 4 11.1,L.L
FAMILY GROCERY AND TEA .
Just received and in . store, a fresh and well so•
levied assortment of Itio ' Java and Mara.
cabin toffee, Roasted Coffee, Crushed
Pulveris, Sugars. ' Refined owl
other bThvErs Sugars, Puperlor ~.k .
. - Syrup MOIRSSCP, Orleans .
(raking) 11l olaases.
Spices of every variety— ,
, pure only; Starch, Farina and
Chocolate. Ilacsnroni, Cheese and
Crackers, Tapioca and Sago Indigo,
Saleratus and Soda, Cream Tartar and as.
sorted Pickles, Mustard ,and Coriander Seed.
TEAS.—A fine assortment in Packages
XJ- 7, and in bulk—as well Ith ail otber article
f i . . 4 : belonging to the buAness—all ablibe lowest
Ht, and late reduced prices.
J. W. EIIY.
WATC HES, JEWELRY, AND
SILYEILWARLAT CQNLYN'S old established
Stand, West Slain St., nearly„opposito the Cumberland
liamlust received a new assortment of watches,
owelry.'inedalitons..silver ware, Ac.. in addition to my
antler stock to which I invite the attention of • the
public, The assortment embraces fine. 17,..11"
gold and silver lever watches, Hunting • •
nod open coca do., gold Anchors for
Ladles and Gentlemen and Fiber Le-
pines and Quartlor watches of every va. • ' :
riety In style and price.
Alsoline gold Medallions. Breest-pins for Ladies and
Gentlemen of every quality, petters and price.. Gold
fob, vest. curb and limit chains. Gold bracelets, finger
rings, cuff-pins, studs, nleeve.huttons, crosses, charms,
Ac., Ac. Gold and silver thimbleil, silver and plated
butter knives, forks, table, tea, salt end mustard Agnella
of every variety.' A large assortment of gold, silver
...J.Old ages 'EtEkiaand whichtne w nspectscles, to suit all
o Invite special atton
A 4111.1 lot of GOLD. PENS from the best makers.
•portwie cases, fancy boxes, silver and pearl card rase,.
cold and commow.bracelets, watch chains,
Mantle Clock, and a 'minty of articles urn
ally kept in Jewelry'eatablishments, which
I will sell low for mink. All nralelen war
tented to ha what they are-represented. ••••„.1 •••
Particular attention paid as usual to
WATCH REPAIRING and ail work Wan
, TIIOMAS.CONLYN.- •
Dec. 23. 1857.1
If: 4 I RIS GROCER - IES!-
- AT S. C. IIUYETT'b
Shad and Mackerel of different grades.
. At lIIIYETT'S.
Salmon, Scale Fish and WhlteTish, •
. At MY ETT'S.
Codfish, Salt and Pickled Ironing,
Cheese and Crackers can be had
Dried Fruit, Drosorvos and Jellies,
Sugar Oared Beef sod Hams,
A flesh supply of LIQU9RB,
011 s, WhlbiLsad, •
- - - ' At 1113,1".ETT'13,4
111 APES' •
~411,per-Vljospate of Yinte, I
~COSOOSED. O I3
100 Pounds of the
Will equal In effect nod 'nation power 1811Tounda Pc
rurlan Gunuo•-,nrlll produce.. •
• • 011 EATER. 'WEIGHT OF•WItEAT,
And ot4or drnin par Ilushol;'
• . •
, . .
I zillion Fewniore to glan lt,n fair trial,lielngenntkianl
of Its worth. It has bren.extehalaoly used In , the Neu
England and k3outliorn,Btateb for tan years piat,Wnd
It 15 packectlo Strong' Rage of 190 Pounds saCh
' 'Price 414 • r'Clo Tone
price 41 4 •Per' 13 "Fr° • - •
OrdoSp neeomfenled.by Itetnittanees wilt , nteetwlth
• Areetimototelwand Sampiee Wen Free Or 611111 . 000 D
appllyWou to the Pole pigenti ,
, , .',lie44..houthDela*are , Avenue,
timber 4t ,, 1 OEM:
UMBER YAR D'
day On food Mid part
noroldp to trade In. • - ' ' •
o ly on li'ataltind furnish to ordor
.all kinds apd.ndallli.diseasouod - • k
• - FRAME STrPfr,
icift Lath, Shingling Lath, worked Flivr.
hag And Weatherboarding; Posts and Italie, and ,Fury or
ticlelhat buionga to
,a LU3IIIER YARD.
All kinds of Siiingies, Ed wit: Ml:4min% Hemlock,
.rind Oak, of dllyeraniAtiallileg." , liatiliii Cats of bin
own we can furnish hills t'o order ollany length. and
else at the shortest notico an, on the most realionaldn'
terms. Our worked lionniS will be kept cover en
that they can he foraishod'dry at all timCs. •
We linvd Critistrintt3i on hand all kinds of Family Clial
under corer. which wo will deliver eleau to any part .11
the borough. To wit: „- •
LYKENS VALLEY, lirnken, Ygi k Store and Nul
*lticharo pledgoOnriiiilfoifto sit] at tbo loireat
Bost quality of
Limeburtier's and •Bhicksmitlei Coal, •
• always on band which 7°3,111 Nell et ltialnwrst figure
. Yard West aide of Grammar School; Main rtrart
July 20, 1829
CH AM ERB BH4O. FEN ALE
The location Is plaasatit and healtbv,-and the advan
times are eqiwilled by few in the land;' The inatltuilon
Is large and prosperous, with a corps of nos silents elio.
sen with care: and wall qualified to instruct In lba solid
and ornamental branches, The Influencer( In the board
lug deparimon tore parental,, moral aid refining.
The novt newton will commence •on the 71.11 day of
February. Catalogues may .be had on application to
• Doe. W. IV. Ells, Carl Isle ;*Rov. Jelin Ault. Loudon,
; Geo. 11. II lloguesto rn.•ra; Neu. Den
Plumbers, D. 3 eck, D. D., 8. H. Fleher, D. D., Mot'.
V. B. Deese. lley. ph Clerk. Chambersldrg, Pa Pro.
lbssors at Vr!memo, N. J., both of tho College and Theo
luglrhl Bymlonry. • •
Des. A. N.,
Mrs. SAIL/tit 11. REEVES;
CarllF.l9, Jan. 22, 1860.-Iy.
J. R. NONAIIIARIL , S.. • •
F ORW Alt DING AND COMMIS.
• FLOUR AND FEED',' •
' COAL, I'LA9TEI2 AND SALT? . -
Ilio•enburibor havFnu tnkon thir l'rnro lions° airs
and fixtures of WM. B. Murray's wall knoWn estabilrh
Would inform the public 'that ho has entered into a
general Forirarding and Ciameissinti business.
Thellighest market price will ho pall for Fl:dir, Grain
and 'minimal of all kinds. '
Thor are also'prepartal to freight produce and stnAt
.to Philadelphia and Baltimore, at the lowest rates, with
safety and despatch.
PIASTER AND SALT . kept constantly on hand, and
FLOUR AND PEED at wholeanle or retail.
Coal of all kinds. embracing,
lAISEN'S VALLEY. ' . — I
LUKE EMBLEM •
SUNBURY WHITE ASH,
~.LOCUST G A P,
Limeburner's and B!acksmith's
CONSTANTLY' FOR YALE.
KEPT ',UNDER. COVER
and dollverad dry to any part, of tbo town. . •
3. R. NONEMAK ER
Carlialo, August 17,15159.
E IV • • C I 0 A - 1 - ; - I" A 11 - 11 -
AT TOO WEST pin or CAT:LISLE.
The nal:scriber would respertfully all the attention
of Linichurner's, and the citizens of Carlisle, and the
- surrounding country generally, to kilo
attached to his Waro Ileum, on Weld lliph Ftorhere
ho will keep constantly on band a large eupply of the
best quality of,CO A I, to wit:
Ly k ens Valley, Luke Fiddler, Pine Grove a oil Trerer.
ton, Ilrokei, Egg and Nut Coal—trevened and dry coal
which he : pledgee tilinpelf to sell at the lowest poasible:
prices. host quality of
LIMERUKNEII.I3 AND BLACKSIOITII'S COAL
! always on hand. ' . - • .
. .4.a-All °miers len at the Ware llonsp, or at Lk roll
, d,.nee-Itt , North-Hanover stiutt, -wlll;be,,promptly-at ,
• tend.d to: - . . - - J. \t. t(1
CarllBle, Aprll 14, 711—t.1: .
GLAS'S ! GLASS! !; PAINTS!
PAINTS!! A full assrurnant of Clara of all sires
andLayallty, rlt.h a large -rtock of Rerh PA I N7S, - all
et.lora, Sc,Cerneut -Itirge or 1 , 1.11
qUantitlON at low figures at
JOIIN PT IXNE a SON,
North Maurer Street.
- OH,. 7f,'6
The proprietors and manufacturers of HOS
TETTER'S CELEBRATED STOMACH BIT
TERS can •tippeal with perfect' confidence to
physicians ktul citizens generally of the United
States, because the article has attained a repti 7
.unknown. -4 few-facts upon
this point Will speak more powerfully than
volumes of bore assertion or blnzcining puffery.
The consumption of llostelter's Stomach Bit-
ters for the last year amounted to over a half
million bottles, and front its manifest steady
increase in times past, it is evident that during.
the coming yearisllte4onsttiption will reneh
near ono million bottles. This immense amount
could never have been sold but for the rare
medicinal properties contained in the prepare.
tion? and the sanction of the most prominent
physicians is those sections of the , country
where the article is best known, who not only
recommend the Bitters to their patients, but
are ready at all times to give testimonials to its
elffeacy in all cases of stomachic derangements
and the diseases esulting therefrom.
This is not a I niporary pdpularity, obtained •
by extraordinar efforts in the way. of trum •
peeing the qualities or the Bitters, but a solid
estimatiffn den inVeluable medicine, which is,
destined to be as enduring as time itself.
. Hostetter's Stomach Bitters have proved
a.Oodsend to regions :s hero and gigue
and various other bilious. complaints luifcr
counted their victims by hundreds. TcT-li
able to state confulently.,that the "Bitters"'
area certain cure for-fho - 'Dyspepsia and like
diseases, is to the proprietors a source, of un
alloyed pleasure. It removes till morbid matter
front the stomach, purifies tho blood; and
i everts renewed vitality to the nervous system,
givir.g it that tone and energy indispensabie
for the restoration of keidth. It operates upon
the stomach, liver, and other digestive organs,
mildly but powerfully, and soon restores them
to a condit ion essential to flip healthy discharge
of the functions of nature. .
Elderly. persons may use the Bitters daily as
per directions on the bottle, and they will find
ill 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. W have the eVi
deuce of thousands,of aged men and women
who have experienced the benefit of using this
preparation while. suffe ing from'etomach de
rangements and - genera debility; acting under
the advice of •pli 3 Oicia ,-they have 'abandoned
all' deletiirious drugs and fairlx tested tlio
merits of this
.article. - A few words to the,
.There nre,certairt perieds when
their cares are so harassing that ritan'Y 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 Leal* in her extreme anxiety
for her infant. Should tile period of maternity
itrrive during the summer season, the RCM' of
belly and mind is generalfyaggravated, More,
them is a necessity for a stimulant to recupe
rate the energies of the system, and enable the
mother to bear up under her exhausting trials
and responsibilities. _Nursing Mothers gene - -
rally - prefer the Bitters to all other invigora
tors that:receive-111e endorsement of physi
cians, because it is agreen'ble to the taste es'
well as certain to give is permanent increase.
of 'bodily strength. .
__ • ,
All those persons, to whom wo'have particu
larly referred above, to wit: entrant's from,
fever end ague, caused,by malaria, diarrhoea;
dysentery, indigestion, loss of appetite, and
all: diseasei or derangements of the stomach,
superannuated invalids, persons of sedentary
occupation, and nursing mothers, 'will consult ,
their own physical welfare by giving to Noe
letter's Celebrated Stotnneh Bitters a trial....
CAUTION: c lirtt caution the public against
using nny Of the Many linittltlons 6r counter
foils, but nalc. , .for , Ilnerwmat's Cemmitirati
progAvi, llriTeue, and see thnteadh battle has
the nerds A , Sr. J. Hostetter's Stomach Bitters?.
blown - offilic side of thq:bottle,"and stamimil
on ;the metallio•eap - iorgring•tho • cork; and
°hectic that our autograph signature le on the
OiT Prep, re . and sold p L yiIOBTETTE.II &
and: sold. by all
drukgiste, .grocers, ,and '!dealeriCeeniarellY
throughout- Werth:Med Statett; South Bme4
:idea, and Reßttta,f , ",
Nor Ws h 8, Elliott, 8 . W. Thrreratlck, Parllale; John
Attlek, Jo hn Stambaugh, Shlppimoburg; ftaut
• math, J. lt. Itanulog, - ,Alacharkloburg; aud , Drtsgglata
garKrally throughout this county: • NPv.:cl,'OP. •
."]?.u.m.Ps7.A.N,tr oslc .
60 tiarrele Cement wltbie :lerire . nekititn . grii
•or 4tialn and Iron Pumps, of. all klnda . cheaper Ibati
ever, at theHardyrare Store cir• • " • • • "
Em.% . - ro ; !do. • •
1.::: : ; L: ,- ,. t . :: $1 . 11 . .6teilaitcon%
Cr 00 D 001:11 !
kx - Just received nt the cheap Grocery of the under:
Signed, lots of gaud tlEnt,s,'n plat of tvbich are the. lot
r,•ripformeticaity seitIiG , PICACUtS, (tesh.)
t • : ." ," . 8 ' , TOMATDES,:. .
••• - "'' ASPARAGUS "
', ' • " ' LDIISTSRS. '
i i ' " • • ' PIN APPLE, "
'TURTLE SOUP, "
" "'" SARDINES, t•
•;•Pickled - kerkinsi Chew:Mow, piccalilli,' Lobsters,
t • Olives, TOmatoo IStitsup; Walnut du,' Mushroom do.
Dit : 66r SUUCo, ttotulny, Witt. Cranberries, the finest
of Land Haut ', ,
oo Durartrod Shoulder.' Dolows
Slating°, Soup .I+,3race/wool, Sugars, Coffees, Teas
' • Molassos, and it it of all kinds. ,
QUE.,NSWAI.E, SINE SEIIAItS, among which art.
twonty•fisit thous end Herman Sixes, prints •robacct
' and the very bust end purest LIQUORS in'the count
• Uonfectionary and Fruit, Ac. •
All of which and offered to the citizens of Carlisle nis
county of Onnibitrittoth nt the lowest-Trim. for CASH.
00Mil ONE, COME'AhL, two doors East of Rhoads
Wardle : use. .
CarNolo, Nov. 0. /850
- WIRE INSURANCE.—TILE ALLEr •
• R. ..AND EAyT PllNNSilalto MUTUAL FMB 1.
SUBANOVCOMPANY of Cumberland county, incorp.
fated by no act of Assembly, !snow fully organized, no
In operation under the management of the fell:min ,
Danini Bailey, William It. Gorges, Michael CoCkiii:
BichelboNer, Christian Raman; John C. Dun
Imp; Jacob 11. C:oover, Lomb Myer, S. Eberly, :Zemin
min 11. ;dosser,. J. Brandt, Joseph . 'Wickersham.
Ale:tar:dm Cathcart- , , •
The rates of Insurance are as low, and fay( sable nanny
Company of the kind in the State. Persons wishing to
become members me invited to make application to thr
s4onts of the company, who .aro' willing to_walt upon
theca at any time..
0111tISTIAN STAY:U.IS, VICOIIOIIt .
. LEWIS 111(1:!t, Secretary
Manavra.—Win. It. Horgan. 1.. Flyer. Chrlattan filay
1111 n, 31. Coalclla,,J. 0. Dunlap, 11i Martin, D. Rally, .1
11.0nover, Alex. Cathcart, J. IVlclternhara,J. Eichultarr
r g er. S. Eberly, J. Drama.
AGENTS. . .
CUMBII D lILAN COUNTY.—John She trick; Allot..
Henry. Zuaring,'Shiromatt town ; Srunnel Woodburn
Dielclinton; Henry flown vt, Churehtown ; Mode GM
Atli, South Middleton; Samuel Graham, W. Pent.
hero'; Samuel Coover, ; onhanlealmrg; .1. W. Conklin.
Shepiterdeown; el , O •er, Shopherdatown ;J. 0. itax.
ton, Sliver Spring;' II Irk). ITavetatink, Silver Spring;
Charles Bell, Carlisle : John flyer, Carlisle.
YORK COUNTY.—W. S. Pinking, Dover; Peter \Vol
ford, Franklin ; Griffith, Warrington : .1. F. Dent
&wit. Washington; D. Rutter, Nolyburg; It. C. Clark,
Mton'hurn of the company having polielea about to e n •
piro. eon have thorn:, 'wad by inciting application to
any 'of the Agents.
April 20. MO. , • '
JNO. D. CIIURCII. EBERLY
'• CHURCH Br,,EI3ERLY
STEAM SAW. MILL
- -LUMBER YARD,
NEW CUMBERLAND, PA.:
constantly on band.
• at the abarLott notice.
' or ALL - SIZES 'AND LENOTIIS CUT TO ORDER
May 25, lFls2—tr -_ . _
-P 111 I. A D P II I. A - -
A Benevolent Institution, estabilslod by speVial'e
demount for the relief of the slid: and 'distressed;
afflicted with Virulent and Epidemic. diseases.l
and especially for the Cure of Diseases of
the Sexual Organs.
MEDICAL. ADVICE given gratis. by the 'Artlng Sur•
gee:). tonll who apply by letter, with a description ot
their condilion jego„oeeupetion,_lteldtsol_life, ke.,)
dint in canon - e? ' extreme poverty; :liedlefiles furnished
free of charge.
VA I,U A R W: RICPORTS nn Spernintorrhrea ' and other
liCattea of the Sexual Oran no , and tat'tbe NP.IV 11 EM
ED I ES employed In the DlRomm.try. seht to the efilleird
le coaled letter Plivolopps, free eliding:v., Two or three
Staving for postage wlll,,he aceentahle. _ . -
Addroan, Pd..% Slit LI.EN. 1101.1(1IITON, Arting Sur
goon, Howard Aimeelotion, N. 2 South Stall Street,
Philadelphia, Pa. By order, of the Dirertore; -
EZRA D. HEARTIVELI., Presidnnt
CIEO. PAWCIIILD, Secretary.
LADD, WEBSTER & C 0...
On Exhibition and for salt nt Mrs. It. A. Erraoto's
DAGUERREAN'ItOONIA, 2,nd door west of Dr.
ZITSEFV3 01Nevi Carlisle, Pa.
- fiend fore chrular to
V. It. MASON, Agent.
Dec. 7, 1559-tr. •
To .4 your stomach Ills,
At elnee discard all pills;
!rake the advice I glee,
If you would tingle and lire:
The stomach Medicine of real merit,
Is Du. II tai Isvioottavau
GENERAL DEPOT '4B. NV A T EIE
ST.. N. Y. gold by the principal Druggist t.
botch's, 00 cents, quarts $l. Circulars sent. post:'
paid. on applrfiation. :4eu advertisement beaded Dy
peptic Itentelly In anothor column.
pAINTS ANrI) 011-9..... .
10 Tons White Lend. 1000 Gallons of oil. Jul
received with it large assortment of
Vurnlshes. - Fire Proof Point, ' '
Turpentine, 'Wrenn . , White, . .
Japan, White Zinc,
Puttv„. Colored Z no, • 2 -
...—.Lithltrge: lied Lend,
- -- - Whiting, Belied Oil,
Glue, +Lard 011, .
. , Shellna:' Sperm,oll,
Paint tirtudieu, nab Oil, &c.,
Colni , inf every description dry, and Oil In catie - n1
tubes nt the Ilardem Store of
March 7 : TO. , --- •
Thousands aro daily speaking In pralHooi
antl.arhy/ beceusu lE(Mr frtilA to alinrd Instantaneous
roller when given in time. It nets as II by magic, and
one trial alone will convince you that what we:say Is
true. It contains
NO PAREGOR:C OR OPIATE
of any kind, end therefore relieves by removing the
sufferings your child. Instead of by deadening Ito'
For this reason it Commends Itself es the
only relleble preparation now known for Children
Teething, Diarrhoea. Dysentery, Grip
ing In the - Dowels. Aridity of the ettomach i
..Witui,_Cold.in Abu head, altil• Crow-alio.- for softening
thu semi, reducing inflame tine, regulating the iloareli,
and relieving pain, it has no equal—being on anti tee
nuslic it toAtsmi . with untaillivr sweeps in nil "cases-of
Convulstoh.or other Pita.' As you value the
linrithd health of your children; and NV 101 l ld save them
from those cad Mid blighting consequences which. are
certain to result from. the use of narcotics of wide.,
other remedies for Intitutile Complaints are composed,
tne none but Int. EATON'S IN VANTILN CORDIAL,
this you am fair - upon. It Is perfectly harinims and
cannot injure the most delimit° infant. Price, 25 cents
Full directions accomptnv each, imttle. Prepared only
by CIIUIiC Ii & DUPONT.
. . No .100.hroadway New York.
Healthy human Blood upon being
,alwayn presents us with the same. essential elements
end gives of. course the True Standard. • Analyze the
Blond of a per.on suffering from Consumption, Live
Complaint, Dwells's, Scrofum, &o. lend we find In
every lestntico certain deficiencies in the red glohulcs
of Mood. Supply these deficiencies and you artmosde
The DLOOD FOOD is founded upon this Theory
—hence its astonishing purees. There are'
• . FIVE PREPARATIONS-
st;ilaptall to tho defleleuc'os of the Illood in different
diseases. 'or"Canglin Oold., limnchitia, or any offer
,ti to whatev er of the TilitOAT or LUNG induclngUon.
"suinptionotro No; I, which is" always, the No. for Thr
proasion of rlpirits fare of AppOlte, and for nil Chinn.
to Complaints; arising from Over use, Oenorni Debility,
and Nervous Proatration. No. 2, fur liver Complaints.'
No. 8 for Byatuntsia. . Being already" prepared ibr eb.
sorption It pep re
by drops and carried immediately
Into the ciraulation,-so that what you gaiwyou retain.
The'No.s is fur Female Irregultatltitts,ilyaterla; Weak
nano," kr. Sae spacial "directions tar this.' For Fait
..1111eum, Bruptiouthi Barofuloint,- Kidney, and" Bladder
Ootiipialints, take No. 6. In all rasps the direction must
bo strictly followed. "Price of the Blood Food .$1 par
bottle. :" Bold by Cllllll.Oll h DUPONT,
' • ' '. No 408 Ilroadvq, New York.
W.3rof k Sons. Phlindelplan, and Qt Iliyser
Pittsburg Wholesale Agents.. •, , , ,
i'• . . •
• a, As 1 / 7 -floode Store from and artar the irt•of
y neat, the Store Room al the Corner:of Pitt and
stroato; lately theetore of o.ogllby, together with
• .a large cellar, llo?red aaderneath, eultehle fer.•Carpelo.
Yoesoalou he gleu,f al kalif ae 'the palm ',ln 441 , 1
• store Yoeneare dlepoaokketiud Pant until
••• eald'lnt or J ••,•• ' • '
'04) • ••31* ' ,• ••• 7 "• •• •
`CARLISLE AND. PHILADELPHIA
At-vout.z v. t
" • ntr' . 1 1 4 ka.. • * a
D AIL It P. I.G lIT LINE.
Xra". pnr ii of this Lluo Imtvo thn Depot 811 Markat et.
Doily, nt 4 o'clock; P. 31.
tonve Carlisle, DallY, nt 7 o'clock. A, 57.. •
Mods Inrondod Mr this blue should ho marked 0. &
'. Dolly FrOlght Lino, and atolls by 4 o:clock.• ,
.3ray 25. Ihbli. .. . .
D IT I L A AD L P If I A
R A I L . ICO A D •
81.13.1311111 ARIIANOR3IRNT, ' .
• APRIL 18, 1850.
Two passenger trains leave Itarrlsbtvg dolly, (Sun•
131 s excepted.) at HAW A. 31 . rind 2.45 P. 51.. for Phila.
ullphis, arriving there at ID) tient, and 7.4014 M.
Returning, leave Philadelphia at 7.30 A. 31., and 3.30
'. 31., arriving at I larrlaberg at 12.90 noon and 8.25 P
F.Anm:.To PhiladolPhla, No. 1 Corn $3.25; No. 2 (in
:11110 train.) $2 70.
Faros to Heading. $1.60 and $1.30.
Attteading, connect with trains fur Pottsville, Minoru.
•1110 - ,Tanalopm; Cat:nth:Fa, Ac.,
Four trains lento Reading fur Philadelphia - ally, at
A.lll , 10.10 A, 31. '
12.30 noon and 5.08 P. 51.
Lento Philadalphin. for It coding at 7.30 A. 31.,1.30
3.:0) P. 01., rind 4.45 P, 11.
Far:a from - Rending to Philo&lphla. 01.75 and $1 45.
The :morning train from Harrisburg connects at
Readlng.with up train for Wilkesburre'..Pittston and
For through Helots and other information apply to
.1. .1. HI.YIIII,
NEW STAGE ROUTE•: ---
rho subscriber hen started n tri weekly lino of
Stages between Carlisle and lAndisburg. leaving Cnr.
ink, every Monday", Wednesday and Friday, Innnodi•
ntely on the wh'd of the nfternnon train of torn t om
everyeast. Returning, leaven londisburg nt 800 A. id.,
every Tuenday, 'Wednesday titid Saturday, owl .arriVes
nt Carlisle nt 1.00 P. DI., vin. Perry Cntinly •Wartto
Springs, Shermnnsdale, Sterret Pe Gap nod torlisle
phur Springs. •On and nfer June tin, 1018, the line will
ho run daily for the accommodntion iqpassengern going
to the Springs.
Fare to tho several points nn. nllawn:
Carlisle to Sulphur Springs,
" Shermansdale, . .
• " Perry County Warn Springs,
, " Landisburg,
LandislTs to , ar r n z artr,
' Stoirett'e (lop,
" 'Sulphur Springs,
•Can ton . . . .
*The obovo lino will ,ocularly carry the MAIL to and
&on, the sevopl points above indien ter!. •
I have also n well stocked IA Vhill." PTAIILtI, folio
which I nm nt all Ileum reddy to furnish heroes nnt nor •
rimes to those who will favor tno with their patron:lgo,
on tho umst rentionoble terms and in the very hest sfyio.
II J A. 11. lIENWOOD would respm tfully Inform Iht
citizens of Carlisle and vicinity that helms taken room.
In 7ant's new building, east corner of Market Square
where he is at All time; ready to tato All lIROTY PEA
In the latest and most approved style. Pictures taken
In rainy and cloudy weather an well as char. and sat.
Isfactlon given or no charges made. Portraits and Da•
guerreotypes copied. Miniature Pictures taken for
Lockets Ate., in Anihrotype. .
' nr rrnter. '
Ladles and fiontlonien arc cordially loth., d to
lid examine spociniuus—__
Prices !rod, :Livia. to $lO,
[J chased from .7, It. Nunemalier 'LIVERY NP
I'AIILISIDIENE, 1 will be, Mira), ready to aeconimm
, date the pubipi with- ItOWS, CAR.
AVES,-11U110 INS, and el,ry other nr.
W,/FiAi; , -- chic in my lino. My strlc - rattentlon to
business and a &Are to please, the sitlemitibey, hopes to
reethe a liberal share of public patroonge.
N. li. omalbusses on band to supply those who may
ho in need of them.
Nor. 25.18f4'.. _
J S It. WE R' S
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.NOll7ll lI4NOiEtt . STRCET, CA111.194E,.PA
- 11aving been engaged In the business tlie user twenty
years he would niter. thanks:4n Iris customers nod
friends, fur the liberal oneounmement extended to him
In years gone- by; and further assures them that no
pains will be spared, to give full satisfaction to all who
may favor him with a call.
CHAIRS AND FURNITURE,
of every deverilition constantly \in hand, or made to
order. Warranted to be of the best enality, of the In.
lest style, well finished, and seta at the lowest possible
prices for cash. • ' •
lie also continues business an an UNDERTAKEI L= Ready made Collins, Metallic or otherwise. kept con.
stoutly on hand and funerals promptly attended to
personally in town-or country, on the most reasonable
Cherry and Walnut Coffins, large R1Z0,1.81 finish.'
and lined Inside, from Bto 12 dollars. '
Walnut Coffins covered from 16 to 30 dollars.
JAMES It. 'WEAVER.
N.'II.—TWO propertlea al twit° In Church town, Comb.
county, are °Ronl for solo on easy torsos.. Apply As
*bora.' J. lt.
- William P. Lynch,
Practical PLUNDER and GA .' FITTER
in the basement of The M. Church,
Main Street, Car lisle.
Lead and IronCl'ipear• . I t;tt 'lron Sinks,
ilydrants, • ii !,h Tuba,
Hot & Cold Shower Baths,h
Water Closets. ; tl'c ab Ilneins,
Porto and Lift Pumps, "Ydraulle Items, ke.
Wrot Iron Wel'd Tubes,
And every description of corks and Sttinga ter go
steam, venter. dr. duperlor Woking ranges. henten.an
gam fixtures put up In churches. stores end dwelling
at short norien, ht tin, inset modern . style. All tunteri
ale and work In our line at low rates and warranted.
Country work and Jobbing promptly attended /I
Dior. 23, 18,59—1 y
PAPER HA . NGINGtS ttc.
SPRING . isao STYLES.
WALL PAPERS. •
HSWELL &. BEIM K •
M.CSUPAOTURERS AND IMPORTERS Or
l'E R HA ArG lA' OS.
No. 17 .mouth FOURTH Rtrept. below Market, Philp
Worn unusual facilities to , Witol,r.skt.f: k I:wrstl. 1111 , r..
cos, a splondld stock of goods to helect trim, toil all of
the nowost nod ?Jest ..AIRTA IN
PA PERS,Jit endleAs wirl.4y.
IT ERRING'S' SAFES.
11 FARRELL, HERRING & CO.;
No. li2p Chestnut Woof, (.Inyou'a !MIL) inilladdiAlia.
- Only 1111,01 U fact ururt , In thin State
or ilEititil% o'B PATENT CHAS'.
PION N 1 it Ii AND BURGLAR,
PDOOF SAFES, wore,' with
"HAWN PATENT NU TER LOCK.
both of which received Modals
nt tho %Vorld's Fair, Lndon,
1851, nod Mars Fair in New
20,000 Ilerriny's Safes
4 tr '
have heel, sold, and are now 111
actual use, and nearly 400 have been tested In ace'
dental tiny earl have never fated to preserve their cow
We Rig, keep on hand And inako to order pwrt.t.irra
House S'AVKS. “dololioard nod Parlor .9.llrp"—(jadla.
tion of handsome furniture? of elegant desigrf and
worknuinaldp. , , . ..
Alen, Ilurenr Proof, Safes for Banks. 'llmkeri, &ma
•,Vault Doors, Sto n e for Sporlo. Sllvor Ptnta. &c. Thu
ithiglar Proof We in use at the Treasurer's 0114.9 of
Plekaway county, 0.. flit wns m witauctured
by us, and Is malversally acknowledged to be the
strongest Safe in the world.
• Persons wishing Safes will find it their Interest to
Minor send for our eabilogne before purchasing else.
where, ns these are the only Safes which two pi . pvt.d
themselves perfectly. rum P 11001" and free Troia damp-.,
$l,OOO IIEWAIID will ha paid to any per;on that eon
show that it II hint IN.PB PATENT dal AMPION SAFE
ever failed to preserve Its contents In an acrideutal
fire. plareh 28, 1860-3 m.
1 - The Subscriber has Just ratnrned from the Eistern
•Citles with the largest, cheapest and best' F alerted as
moment of Hardware ever olTered In.thin goupty. Eve
ry thing kept in e largo Wholesale and Retail /lard
ware Store can be hod a little lower than any other
house In the county at the Cheap if. rdware store of
, March I, 'Go... . HENRY SAXTON.
TRussEs BRACES!! SUPPOR T
• Tint Fl,l
• ' c..g,. NEEDLES. •
B. W.. Corner • Tweltiti - &oslUilei Streets
• „ .
Practical Adlostor of Rupture Trusses and Nechnnl
cid Remedios. Ms constantly on hand a large Stock el
genuine !trends truants. also a complete assortment of
the test Lmerlesn., Including the eelebnsted
Pdtclit Lever Truss, believed ;hy the hest authorttpatc
be sdperlor to any yefluvuotpd. 'English and Anter4
can Supporters f fid Italic, Shouldgr Braces; Simpansory
B ar dnes, Self (Wading Syringes adapted to troth max.
ea,)a cmt portable oases,, ronetsrovserles, Urinal Dago
drdens and " letters of onquiryorill meet prompt at'
tehtion. " • t
. ;August 21, 1559.. „ '
IES HAMS ! I lIAMES !! I
350 Pair Hemet, just recoli•ed 01'511 Muds.
: 0051110 N PATTERN, • , ,
• LONDON PATTERN,
ELIZA DICTIITOWN PATTERN,
with on' wl thout elteaper.thith Wror,
at thallinrliware Store • •
'March 7;,'60, IIENRY 15AXTON. •
'1111'1,12011: . T 'EMCEE, PRI.I.ASSLPIIIA
, J. R.D. ItIIOADS,
. MAIN. STIIEST, CARLISLE; rA.
L I?, It- IN
IT IS COMPOUNDED E
has !memo no establis
known and appi•oreti by
and Is now toSorled to
' thodiseases for whivir it
It hue cured thousands
years who had given up
slon Anti. •'
The dose must be &dep.
of the. individusi taking
quantities as to act gem
Let „the , dictates of
you In the 'use of tha
tor, nod it will cure
mer Complaints, Dysen
nrh, Ilatitued Costive-
Cholera Marius, Cholera
Juandice, Female weak
successfully no no Ordi-
U INE. It will ours sick
can testify.) In twenty
tcaepoonfuls am token
All wino use It are
In its felon , •
MIX IVATER IN TIIE
Pricie Ono Dollar 'per nottle:
SAITFO - RD'S . •
• • FAMILY
• COMPOUNDIM FROM
Pure Vrgeleble Extracts, end put up in Giese
.Cason, air tight, and will keep in any cli
The Poollly Cathartic
tire Coth or lie which the
his •proctl snore thin.
The 'eo •rtently hr
Chum wig. have long no.
Wadden which all give
Las Induced me to piece
The Profession Well
thorties net on different
Thu Fnmliy Cu
with duo reference to
fact, been ennopounded
purest vegetable extrocts
port of the alloncrotory
vote in all rages where o
es Dontogements or the
Pains In the (lack mod
and Soreness over the
cold., which frequently.
long course Fever, Loss
Ponvation of mkt OV(4.
fiend:who or weight in
tory Diseases, Worms In
Ellen:within, a great
OM to mefillon In this 01l
Plce 30 Cents
The LlVer Tnv!gore ter and Fondly Cal hurtle Ptjte nro
ydallvd by Drt,gl n atx generully, and sold whadennle by
the Trude In nllthe Inrge town.
S. T. IV. Sanford, Id. I)
Idunulheturor nod Prnerleter„
335 'Brondwny, New York.
DOESDISEASE ORIGINATE Li
IMPUBFIT OF TIM nr,Ourn •
• this Is a question of vital import ;thee. and one which
has never been satisfactorily dlsrdsed of by the p re r e „
Hors who teach the healing art. Some maintain—and
ernecially' the old Selo ol Physicians—that life .lines
the Wood, and therefore ell 'diseases originate in It--
but modern science - nvPrx that ailments hare their
origination in both thin solids and- fluids of the body,
. Thattlriat ter,pretinderate, -- howeTecig"f aet,
and medical s1,1)1 iota clearly demonstrated that at
leant two-thirds of.the ins that human gob Is heir to,
have their source in au
IMPURE STATE OF THE JILOQII . I -
h, fo Mannar. hi tiro lon catalogue. sud, as Scrofu
hi, Totter, r
'• Barber's Itch," g
Plorples, Blotc r hes. Erysine
Ins. Ulcers, Salt Ilhorim, discharges front the Ear, Fever
Sores. or IrruptirSilisermes of any hem. rtro,as
eurtained ivy aid! know lima to medical lim to oiler" frianlad
the - highest mettle/II authorities declare
that d Most fevers originate In the same manlier, and
more particularly Typhoid and scarlet—the former but,
Ing an intereal, arid the latter nn extern/II Irruntire
disease; and In all persons attacked hr them maladies,
the.blood Is found to be either coagulated, or of is dark
unhealthy color. - -
To word Min largo majortty of LUSO/MCP, as well as to
cure n number ',Weir hat. Mraldy seized upon the syi•
Lludsoy'almprovag Illoott Searcher (Ines not clnim to
be a •
• •_ . UNIVERSAL PANACEA -
for every disease known, but the proprietors claim for
it the power not only of draining out an impuritica of
the blood:hu t by. the hklllful-combination of well know it
regele.ble remedies. it will eure all_disfaies seining from
a deranged slate of the firer, drive out dyspepsia, and
.give renewed tone and rigor to the stomach— That the
BLOOD SFARCIIrA is all that is claimed for It, the proprio
toes can produce •
It Is only n flow years since It wan discovered, and Yet
it has grown Into such a business Ihnt large Inberatory—
has been built expressly for Ito manufacture—a large
number of men employed in putting ft up, nod still the.
-SUPPLY DOES NOT EQUAL TILE DEMAND!
We ask any candid mon, could this be so. Jr the Mod
Jelne did not p , n.ares Ott. the virtues claimed for It ? •
The Prom letors have hundreds of certillentea -from
"men of probity and standing in the community, show
log whet the medicine Is doing daily for 00 .goring
, ASK AKY PERSON • . •
who has ever used the blood Searcher whether roll
Let tho 'afflicted giro it a trial—n single bottle
conainco the most skeptical of Ito efficary.
For mile in Connate by S.' W. Ilaverstlck, S. El
llott, and 71..1. Kieffer; Kauffman & Son, 'filecluoilca
burg; Ooswoilor & Zook, Shepherd,toun ; Joshua Cob
tingetown; Jacob Sluunons. Cross linads; Kurtz &
Wise, Shireinonetown ; A. M. Lehllch, linliiiu.prings;
Mary W. Klesel, Churelitown; Edward Janice,' West
11111; 3. C. Fin:naught
,&.11ru, Qak vllle • Shoemaker &
Klllntt. Newburg; Wm. Bretton, Neurille; J. hood
Springfield; Russell & Dim DIA bison; land
& Wuldnger Jeekuntllle; Wm. Clark & L.. Lees
Bolds; Wtn. If. Ecklee, Sporting Dill; D. Pealimer
Whit, ; .1. C. Al tick, Shippensburg ; all of Cumber
land county, Is,
LINDSEY It LEMON, Proprietors.
111 , 11W:13 abur¢, I's
Dn. DARIUS HAM'S
Aromatic Invigorating Spirit.
This Altelleire ban boon used by the public for nix
yearn, with Increasing favor. It in recount ended to
cure Dyspepsia, Nervousness, _Mart !turn Colic,
Pains, Wind in the Stomach, or Pains In the
Dowels, •lleadache. Drowsiness. lildney COM•
plaints, Loa , Spirits, Delirium Tremens,
• It Stimulates, Eshiliraten, Invigorates, but will not
Intoxicate or Stupefy:
As a' Medicine, It Is quick and effortuali curing the
most aggravated rases of Dyspepsia, "hinny Complaints,
and all othqr derangements of the Stomach and Bow.
els In a speedy wanner.
It will Instantly revive the moot drooping and Mel.
ancholir spirits, and restore the weak, nervous and
sickly,to health. strength and vigor.
Persons who. from Ike Injudicious me of liquors,
have become de,liTcted, Slid their nervous systems shot.
fermi. constitutions broken down, and subject to that
horrible rum to humanity, the DLLIIIZUM erm, wil
almost Immediately fool the happy and healthy Invigo•
rating ellloacy of Dr. Ham's Invigorating Spirit.
WIIAT IT WILL DO.
Doss—One wino gloss full as often us necessary.
One doss will remove all Itod
• One'llose will ruro Heart burn. •
Three doses will cure Indigestion. '
One doss will giro yon a ths.d Appetite.
011 e, dose will stop the distressing pains of Dyspepsia.,
Ono dose will remove the distressing ond disagrerabra
OMAN of %Vind or Flatulence, and so Mal us tile Mom
sch receives the Invigorating_ Spirit, the dibtryssing
load and nil painful feelings will lie removed.
Ono dose will remove the most distressing pains of
Colic, eithor In the otoloach or bowels..—... -
A faw doses will rumor° ell obstructions in the Kld.
nay, Illodder or Urinary Owns, .
Persons who ore seriously ofileted with Any Kidney
Complaints ore assured speedy rellef.by a dose-or two
and a radical cure by the use of one or two bottler.
Persons who, from distilpating too much over night,
and feel the evil effects of poisonous liquors, In violent
headaches, sickness at stomach, weakness, giddiness,
he., will find one dose will remove all bad feelings.
.1 tulles of weak and sickly constitutions. should take'
the Invigorating bpirlt three times a day: It will make
them strong, healthy and happy,•rentore all obstruc•
lions and irregularities front the menstrual organs and.
restore the bloom of health and beauty In the careworn
lace. . .
During Preinaey it will bo found an invaluable wolf
duo to remove disagreeable stmsationa Itt the stomach.
All the proprietor mks le a trial, and to Induce this
on has put up the INYIEORATINO SPIRIT In pint bottles
it 50 eitt„, quarts $l.
wilePor sale In Carlisle by at W. - Havers, rait - ; In Mot
himiesburg by L Kauffman, and by Drugglate gamin.
Feb. I. ' °'
• Drapeptie pain
Cannot remain, •
' Nor colic strain,
The health to drain.
No longer need rte fear It:
The rider's found
. • • Already crowned:
Thu fora are bound . ' .
D y HAM'S ARDAIATIC SPIRIT'. ' ',
ENERAL DEPOT, 48 WATER
ST., NEYRK., Sold n the rincil rie r e
and terms. Se a l O f o r a Circular. I
Pinta 50 p mita ;pa quartlts
$l. Sea advertisement. headed Dyspeptic. Remedy In
IIQ (tti• SPRING . .1? A S ILI 0 .R,S-1 - ---
(....71....ik./ • . ' . T
oilers did Stand.' A complete st A ock of /late and Cape
no* ready Mr Inspection. • _
' CASSINTERE, - -
FELT &WOOL. • . , A
In'ovory atileindijutillti. We eall ' partlenlaraften- . '
lion Coeur SI SILIC.IIATS. Silk and soft Hats,' of
any ntyle Manufactured to order.' Caps of all kinds.
.RECOLLECT N.EhLEICS OLD,STAND: -. •. l . , • ' •
. • -
_.- North Conover Street. - -
• •Carllido March - 1.4..1860. ':- •
000 BOXES OF GLASS.-
. .1 Of an nizeiti'Double atullelngle *IA.:Mtn, Orna.
mental Colt toil do. /nit - keeelved at the Chemi . •lfard !
nareckon, of , ' • • .. • . . , •
'March 7.. M.
Of alltilzed,werntoted of the best ouellty. Jima
. IlerdwAto Store of • . .
'Ataith 7, ' 80. -• '' SAXTON..
G 0 ItA T lt
14. Y. FROM GUMS, and
ct. n Standard Medicine
all that bat,' used It
with lanifidenea in all
within.' the laid two
all hopes of relleGii. ilia
cot Mentes In my flosses
ted the tempernmen t
It, nitd - used in such
tly on the bowels.
your Judgment guide
Liver Complaints, 11111.
nese, (Annie, ("Wens,
assess; acid may be used
nary FAMILY- 6IEDI-.
11111111tC6, irtlVO'pr three
nt commencement urthe
glylng their testimony
MOUTH WITH, THIC
'.SWALLOW BOTH TO,
HI In a gonerql bpi, ;le—
proprietor Mix unell-10 yearn. -
) ;renepig demand !rem
ed the and the sat•
in regard t 9 their 'den,
then], within tile .reindi
know that illlTerent Ca
portions of Iha Ism els.
thartlo Pill has
this troll t.Aabliehed
from a variety of the
which net links on orery
canal, and am pod anti
Cathartic In nsetled.i.usit
(whole hotly from (I'den
lif neglected, end n
,Appetile, a Creeping
the Idly, lieNtlessnerfr,
the heed, nil !Whitman
lChildren ..ir ./Ad ul
ll'url lien of the blond end
•elnent. Doan, Ito 3, ,