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VA:!!:OOII6iraWitI•NIDICIV. deSAW,YI?;IIB,IVor i gtore gist
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itA ibbre,b,iiiitifittptdeir of Siiirtiondii
bible end 8 uritutor pile=
'Wide tinueunt .
; 1-11:eilititiklititzgitie . hciunoiCorti ew'lork
,utt , Wykitt..:Teiittitietitaly4ertuie, w WU'
liiiiftiffer . keeithluilucetnents tri'itiu buying publit.'oUr
stock etinitiebies the Iritost,thide n tyke of
R AND .P.A.2l r 6'r q
in.the inarkit4ilteri as Figured, Plain, Barret; Striped.
Alibi In,pll Mule:varieties, Double Juno' Silks, Ilium'.
suited Foulard,lndla Silks, - real French Challies, Crape
firenadino, Spring Valet:mina At Poplins. Yooir & nlue
trounced Ramp &Lawn Robes, Ilarege Alight's, Crape
Maritsa In all cslors, elotb, French Organdy,.
.. .' , MQURN(NO „
of e” every -description of flexion's linpoketlons. ' Sherrie I
, Shawls I of all kinds and gunlitles, Light cloth Mantles
Splendid silk dusteks, Freueh tato Points & Burnous
Sliantllla Mantlue. Sun UmbrellniVaresels, Airmen.
„dens Aid Oloves,'Clauntlet _klitts,"opilng aauntletri,
'Hosiery. of all kinds and Oleos. Embroideries of every
description. Itonnets. Wlatii, Sinkers, Bonnet Ribbons
' andirlmmlits, Eresiarimmlrigs*,.
, • .
~ ....• . II P SKIRTS: 1100 P SHIRTS I I
Nflleoxcolobniti4 gOiird troll skirt, selling very cheep.
Men a Boy's ,wear sultoblii for the seinen.' Mids t Neck.
tlekvitid' MI Ober .klits of tiontlemen'ii lurnisblng.
CARPETS t CARPETS!!
011 . 4:11othek, 011 i;frilis, Shidei &e.. &c. As we hese:Suet
gone kilt° this Ig:inch of trade, customers will find our
stock NEW end•FRESII.
Content additions of desirable goods will be secured
:dining the sensed': Please cull et
April 16.'6U. LEIDICII Jr. SAWYERS, NewStrre
FRESH SPRING ARRIVAL 1860.
OOTSA,SIIGEd." „ BOOTS & SHOE&
• At tthithnesere eery tight of preient, it will he every"
persona Interest tolook out for cheep BOOTS & 8110 ES,
and save the dimes, end the very place to accomplish
this object is at the old corner known as a shoe .Store
ihr many Years, directly opposite Ifurkholders old stand
noir Obese Hotel: call enter() for Yourselves and
save money es you - will Sod a complete aesortment of
ail kinds of goods in the
BOOT & 8110 E LINE,
end of the very boa makes, and ever remember the
lowest price articles is not always the cheeped so you
will find among our 'Cock the prices vary according to
the quality of the article.
The. Subscriber booing just returned from Eastern
Cities with a large otteomplete stock of Bents & Shoes
tie also keeps on had 'a
-superior quality of (tome - Made
work of.Beots & Shoes to'euit the trade at the lowest
cash prices. • r • .
Ramis Vail It-ititrPtgiod-imote, .
• tion'a French Calf sewed Boots, I
Ken's Kip Calf& Goat Brogans high /t low cut,
Ken's and Boy's Call Buff& Patent Leather Oxford Ties,
Men's Calf Buff & Patent leather Congfess gaiters, lee.
ed and pegged,
Ladies' Misses & Childron'e Black and Colored lasting
ladles' Mieeos & Children Feney Kid, & Morro. Slippers
Piffles' it Mimes float t French blorroco Buskin.,
-Women & Children pegged work of all kinds st
prices. Just received - en assortment of Children's hop
pored toed shoes. Repairing done on short nr ties.
• -The subscriber 'dill continues on at, the old stand
thankful for past favors hoping to receiVa a cm tinuance
'(the same, •
,Carlislo April 18,1660., ' JACOB-SERER.
, MAD?, GLOKIIING I
FITTING CLOTILING I •
The suhscriher has lust received every superior and
well selected stock of
SPRING /i SUMMER. CLOTHING,
edelelfltlnd of Caeflatcre, Summer and Italia'n cloth, Al.
puce, Dlarsalles, Ltnneu'aed•Cottonndn, Coats, Pante
4% Shirts also 811 k and Satin vests and In short every
thlpd in the way of OARDISNTS. jlie ntook of
47ENTLEMEiVS'. PURIM:WED GOODS,
Imo been solectod with n proat deal of care, and Flat
cravats, de., &c., are fluidat unusual low prices.
ntUNK&OARP.ET BA BB & VA L181,..9.
' The auboorlber would call special tatontiOn to lag
iitta stock of . .
HATS AND CAPS-
•.hlch ho has rectivod and le oohing: them pt very low
tin a.- Or the Above you can convince ).buroelf by
railing at the Cheap Clothing Store near the Market
I (ow ASLIEIt WIEL.
April 11, 18C0:-
Cultivators, - Oman Hoes, - Barden - Trowels;
Forks, Shovels, ROMs, Spades, Noes, Pru.
_ • nrig•llOoks Hay Knives, Picks. Mat
tocks, Hay Elevators, • Man ure
_ • .Ilooks, Plciwg of TEN illifeierit mkt!,
' Including Planks Plows, Ilenwood's Plows,
Gibbs' Plows, Zoluler's Plows, Bloomfield Plow,
Rork Metal, mid ,Engl6 Plows, da., ac., 4c.. &a.
Just' t solicit a large supply of all Itlndlif goods to Lt
nukthe Farmer or Mechanic at
March 7.'60. HENItY SAXTON.
"„ - ',IILYER PLATED WARE RX
No. 122 E Market Street, PAILADILPIMA,
•Manufacturer of Eno , .„ . •
NICKEL SILVEIti and SILV7I, *PLATER of, ,
FORKS, SPO.JNS,' LADLES, BUTTER - . KRITES,
CASTORSTEA; SETS.' .:URNS,'.:KETTEES, ,
WAITERS; ' SUTTERS .DISHES; ICE PITCHERS,
• CAKE BASKETS,. OOMMI I NZON, WARE, '
"CUPS, MUGS, 008 LETS, Ae., •
With a general assortment critnprlslng none but the
best quality, made of the beet, materials and henTilY
plated, constituting them n'S errieeabla and durable
nrciele • .
; For Karns, ars/vincula and .PEITATE FAMILIAR
Old. Ware re-plated in.the beat. manner
Feb. 22, 1860-1. y.' • • •
ATTOUNTX AT LAW AIID:GENkIIAL AGENT
TirrilL give special attention to collections through
TV out the State, make Insontments, buy and 801 l
Real Estate and securities. Negotiate Inane, pay taxer,
locate land warrants, ac., kc. Refer to the members o
the CuMberland County Bar, and to ail *mince t tit'.
tens of Carlisle, ra. 'fAug4.6B-Iy.
J. GOODYEAR. -
AVING entered into co-partnership
the manufacturing of BAR IIION, at Letort
Jorge, Carlisle, Pa.; we would respectfully invite the
attention of hardware membanta, Blacksmiths, and all
there who may want a superior article of Iron to give
t em a call.
MI kinds of hammered Iron constantly on band or
drawn to order on short notice.
The highest price paid Ibr wrought iron scraps, or tit.
ken In exchange for bar Iron.
3. GOODYEAR & CO.
Carlisle, Oct. 12,1869.
THE MUTUAL LIFE INSU It-
ANCE COMPANY OF NEW TOM
,SIX: MILLIONS A 8• DOLLARS,
INYEISTRD IN FIRST 7JORIOACIIIB ON REAL INTATE,
WOItTII OVER $13,000,000.
The premiums are Low= than in many other Compa.
tiles, and the Dividends have been douses',
This Is a strictly MUTUAL 'Company. 'i'bere, are no
Stockholders, so that ALL TUB PAOFITS
AELONG TO TIM INSURLD. ' e '
Pam&leis,' and every information, may be bad GOAT
ria, on application to
WM. D. HALBERT, Carlisle.
• •,,,, PIIILADELPIIIA REFERENCES:
Thomas Bobbins, John Welsh; ~
Mordecai L.'Dawnon, ' • Gears° 11. Stuart,
George M. Stroud, B.S. Whelon,
John B. Myers, • •J. Fisher Looming,
Joieph Patterson, , William C. Ludwig,
John M. Atwood, Arthur G. CoMn
Thomas 11. Powers, . George W. Toland,
William Mcßee, • Thos. Watteon.
- IP: ItATCIIFpiID STARR, Agent,
' • • ' - ' S. W. Comte' Fourth arid Walnut Streets.
, May 23, '6O-6m. PIIILAD'A.
I , IIILADELPHIA‘
WALTON AND JEWELRY STORE
0. coNnno, FORMER OCOUPANT,
No. 148 NORTH SECOND: STREET,
CORNER. OF QUARRY STREET.
Tke undersigned' hoe leased the above premises,
where be will keep a large assortment of Cold k 811yer
Watcbee;rf American. English and Swills Manufacture
'of the most celebrated 'mekers, in addition to which,
Will be found 'sleep; on hand (and made to order) on
: extensive variety of Jewelry, silver. and Bilver.Plaibd
*Arai together with a genimil aSsortmeat of such
scare usually kept in a drat class Jewelry Store
' ;Tbe patrons of O. Conrad, and those of iheaubscraber
tNether with the public generally,' are invited to call;
where they will receive a good article for their money:
AxFairidetOuilned to do strictly a Caibliusineas goods
will he sold.yery low. , f SMALL PROFITS AND QUICIL
NALEti," is the motto of thin establishment.
, .LIOVVIB,II.BiIOOMALL, " ,
„ . Formerly 0. CONRAD,
No. lda North Second fit. corner of Qua: tr
. June 11360,4 y.
PERSI4/`,T E F ..
. VER. 'CliAlifd. ' :' iT.
-.: or tbe prevention and cure of " Fever and Ague end
Itillions Pours?! : This wonderful ienredy 'wee brought
' , to the knowledge of the present pngwietors by a friend
who has been a grant traveller In Persia and the lloly
While going down the II iyer, Euphrates , he experien•
coda severe attack of Fever and•Agtie. ' On discovering
, iihreoilditiora,•onei of the boatmen took Point& peraon
...an-Amulet saying, "Wear Obi and no Paver will touch
•yon." Although lincreOuloue 'as•`,.to its virtues; be
• compiled and ,esperienced Immailato relief, and bas.
, shun always formed it an effectual. protection' from air
matador's Wamptaluta . ,. . „ . ~. ~ .
' . lOntsrther Inveatigation be foiled that the boatman
~ •'attributlidinit;rnirallnious-powerss 'otid ^eald it Leonid '
only, be bbtained front,' the Prieets of the , 131113.. Some
time aftervraide,"lturgentleman in conmroipg with a
l pant bbtalaid acme Math. secret of its girepnytioni•
:.and.asontained.wbare the medicinal :herbs were•to her
. .i 'fbund, of which: it.was, mm0.111,10E4 , The' Wonderful
.'' ~'irtrtues of flit article have induced still 'heifer in the
• mends natives In tim miraculous healing *rims
.?'?f,tkelr:Pribiti.- '' •• ' - ,• -l' •:,,.,,........ , .
'=. 'ffinethiaretlirnto Ameaica, it: liiii.baaii,ii•led with.
'••••• *• bii ppl#Vpiteet bjlgeveral ladles and gentlemen of
4 - . 4 itio tidaii , Etna It the , Faalit , unqiian..;
•ri'r•Op, '•,' , iidaidy'llavias b oa t 4l, ONO* Jahr.
44 .*iiire:10v Itia.•PrIORO IO 4,AO , atm
:'-iiit • ' liis:f. • - a aiterligta ItarterfaiseMeadta
ti t e
a l pia
::4!:fir . V--- RktiM Ql rigitiOiteiii4.lifi;
t 'oportiotk —. tors Band off
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' , c., ',7.Sett 4 , 1466,17: t -,,, ; , dontivlrk.oxfoi. ) ,:
• ~ , ,,t, A `..4.' .Z . J , t '!" ; 'Z.:A .u,' , ' r. s, ;L..", ,
1111: - F,EMA.LE . COLLEGE,
; 01lANIOSISUItG, 'PA
•Ttile.lnstltntiOnf, &alpha% for'tho;llbertil calueetioit
of Young Ladies, has beau to Opotatiblitiro yearkwith ,
the moitgyatifylug malts. It Is now osteblishodon
allipajaials, nod, pairocpge already 'tixtentis, °ter'
11.1% , Thr Statf2B. '
It la locakidaindlie Clumborland-Yelley flallrOod . g"!
' wity'hetwoon-llarelehurg diallltirlinha" in the most fer
tile and•boatalthl-holtion bf the vellwand Is in clone;
proximity to ode of the dnuat moral,:bealthY. and au
tdrtiriging.tOWilirili the ptate: - "
ltle-contratand easy of neeeini. ilttidents leaving
Weehington, Baltimore, or Philadelphia In the morning
, tralnlor Ilarrisburg, WIII arrive at - Idechanicsbueeld
time frit dinuor. •
The edlfico In large and commodious, surfounded by
double verandas. and will acroonnodato about one hun.
droll boarders.' Lt Its couiltructian,'lt coml./Ines ell' the'
mo‘Wrn' improvomento for the promotion of health,
comfort and couvenienee. lri thoso respectdphisicinns
pronounce It unrivalled, The ohombers aro Inrgitped •
licitly tarnished. Eneh has' its register fur hoot And
ventilation .Only two students occupy the same room.
The loth rooms aro at all timexouppliod with Warn and
cold tooter. "
The grounds aro amhlo. and well arranged for recre
ation, and tho various' calisthenic' exeraisen -so awn•
tied to health, graceful movement and. symmetry of
In the Collegiate Department MO course of study is
of a high grade, comprehending all the subject.. Wong.
tug to a Clasalcal, Polite and Christian Education. • .
in.the Preparatory Department, pupils willobe care;
fully instructed in them branches forming the beats of
Some:m-I'lmM Session , from the let Wedneaday of.
September to thu 30th ofJanuary.
Second Seision,from the lit of February to.the let of
Vacation, dtiring'July and 'August,
TEIt3IS PER EigSSION 1W FIVE IIONTLIS, PAYABLE
. . _
Boarding, Washing, Furnished Roomo, F
and Light. •
Tultion—Colleglat . o Department. . . . . • 20 00
" „Preparatory . '• ... . . 10 00
• " " First Class, 12 CO
Nn extra charge for Ancient Languages.
Mimic—Piano and Gutter., . 20 00
Vocal M•ibie. .• . . . . . . 200
Modern Languages, *. . . . . .10 00
Painting, Drawing and other Ornamental Branches
at the usual rates.
Text-books furnished :dairy prises.
. Yor further particulrs addross;
Re a y. A. G MARLATT;
Aug. 3. 1859. . • President.
. ..511mMER ARRANGEMENT.:
QUNSE OF HOURS(
On and after TIONTaY, APRIL 16th 1800, Passenger
Trailw will tun aufollows: (Sundays excepted.)
POR CHAMBERSBURG AND HARRISBURG.
lot Train. 2d Train
Leave Ilageratown, 0.45 A. M.
Greencastle. ' 7.35
• Chambersburf6 8.30 " 1.00 P.Bl
". Shippeneburg, 9.00 " 1.32 "
• Newville, 9.32 " 2.04 "
" Carlisle. 10.10 " 2.44 "
• Mothaniceburg, 10.42 " 3.10 0
Arrive at Harrlaburc. 11.12 " 3.45
FOR CLIAMDERSBURG AND HAGERSEOWN.
• let Train. 2d Train.
Mayo ibwrieburg • 8.05 A.M. 2.151'. 51.
• Mechanicsburg 847 " 2.62 "
" Carlisle, 9 " 3.30'"
, "Newville 10.02 " 4.04
," Shippennburg, 10•31, " 4.33
" Chambg', (A rave) 11.00 " 5.10
Arrive at Hagerstdwn. 0.40 "
ear- Passengets will observe, that there Is but One
Train a day, (a Paso:anger and Freight Train combined)
over the Franklin Hold, connecting with train to liar'
risburg at 8.80 A. SL, ant. with the Train arrtring from
Harrisburg at 5.00 P. M.
THREE Daily Trains leave Harrisburg for Pittsburg,
at 2.45, A. 51 .12 60 and 4 05, P. 5I„ making direct con -
;actions with train% for Cincinnati, Louisville, Clove•
land. Chicago, Indianapolis, St. Louis, and all principal
points throughout the hest.
For Phlladelphl&Rla Pennsylvania Central Railroad
At 120 and 605 A. M., and 12.56 and :1.50 P. M. Via
Lebanon V. It. R., al 6.00 A. 11., and 2.35 I'. 51. For
Baltimore, at 3.27 & 7,20 A. M , & 205 I'. at.
For .reverton and Williamsport at 1.27 and 8.15, P.
M. Trains on Dauphin Road nt 2. 00, P .
NOTICA TO PASSENGERS: At all Sfutlons where
'tickets aro cold, vie: Chamberaburg, Shipponsburg,
Carlisle, Mechanicsburg and Harrisburg, a reduction of
ThN CENTS on each Ticket will be made to all Paseo':
gore :that provide themselves with Tickets before( en.
tering the Cam
O. N. LULL Buporq .
Ballroad QMoo, Chambefaborg, 1
April, 10,1880. f
A. B. I.IWIIsTG'S •
West High Street, Carlisle, Pa
(Premium awargeq,at the Cumberh:n4 County
Agrimitturai Fair of 1867.)
The subscrltssr has Just received the most splendid
assortment of nrtlelea his line, 'eyed' brought to this
Fle c e--lichhe Is determined to sell at prices that de
Chamber, • ' "
Dining-room, FURNIT 13 R.
mbuicing every article used by House and Hotel
keepers, of the most approved and limbionable design
and finish. 'winding also Cottage furniture la setts.
reception and Camp Ohnln., Mettrasses, ;Jilt frames,
pictures, Ac., Ac.
Purchaser. are requestedoo cell and examine hie
stock, at his extensive waro•ronme, West Main street,
•North'side. A. 13. EIVINGI..
AT Particular attention given as usual to funerals;
orders from town and country, attended to promptly
and on tumlemto terms. A. 13.
Carlisle, May 13, 1658.—1 y.
FALL ARRIVAL OF
Fresh Drugs, Fancy Goods, Fruit, and
E. W. IIIiVEIRSTICK has Just reoeived from the ell
and is now opening a splendiddisplay of FANCY GOODI. I ,
to which he desires to call the attention of, hie friends
and the public. Ills assortment in this line cannot be
surpaSsed In novelty and elegance, and both in quality
and pricier the articles, cannot fail to please purchasers.
It would be impossible to enumerate hia
which comprise every variety of fancy articles of the most
exquisite Wnish each as.
Papier Macho Goode,
Elegant:alabaster and porcelain ink.stands and trays,
Taney Ivory, pearl and shell card CASCO,
Ladies' Fancy Ilaskete,
Earley Work Boxes, with sowing instruments,
Ladles' Cahas, Writing Desks, and Portfuhos.
- Port Monnates,pf every variety,
Gold pane and pencils, Fancy paper weights, and a
large variety of ladle.' Salley Mattel; ery.
Motto scale and waferk; Silk xnd bead purses,
Biding whips, elegaStly finished. Flue cutlery,.
Perfume baskets and bags, •
Brushes of every kind for thetoilet,
X. Basle and IL & G. Wright's Soaps and Perfumes
of various kinds,
Fancy Pius for head dresses and shawls.
Musical instruments, of alLkinds and at all prices
together with an innumerable variety of articleselegant
finished and suitable for holiday pretends,. to which
ho invites special attention.
Also, an extensive and elegant collection of
BOOKS, - • •
comprising the various .Engllsh and ,Amerlcan WerkS,
richly'embelished POETICAL WOItKN, - Bibles and
Hymn hooks, elegantly bound in velvet with metal
alive and corners, suitable for holiday gift..
Ills assortment of School Books and School Stationery Is
also complete, and comprises everything used In the
•Behoole. He also desires to-call the particular atten?
Hon of Families to his elegant assoitment of
• LAMPS, .&e.,
from tho extensive establishments of Cornelius, Archer
and others of Philadelphia, comprising every style. of
Parlor, Chamber and study Lamps, (or burning either
Lard, Sperm et Iltherial oil; also DYOTTII 'celebrated
Kerosene or Coal Oil Lamps, togetlier with Flower Yeses
Fancy Bcreensi &o, Ills assortment In thil line Is no
equaled In the borough. Also,
BEGI.kItS AND. TOBACOO,
embracing all the Ovorite brands, and a fine assort
maid of MEERBOIIAUM SMOKERS AND PIPES:
snob no Oranges, Lemons, Figs, Raisins, Nectarines,
Prunes, Ac., FANCY CONVECTIONARY,-NUTS—Pit
„SIM,FED FRUITS,. MINTED-MKAT, PICKLES, - de.
in every variety and at all prices, all of rthich are pun;
; , antlfresh each as mobs ,coofidently.,recommended to
Ida friends. Ills stock embusses everything in the line
of Fancy Goode, with many other .articles • useful to
-.hue ekeepera. which.the• public. are especially Invited
Remambeythe Old Stand, nearly the Rank , on
','Noith Hanover Street. .
13 - 10RRY'SATAPANESE-POLISFIES,
Need. no rubbing—produces beautiful Gloseandirill
preserve' the 'either one third longer.
Perry's Japiiiese Pollish for Patent Leather Boots.
Perry's Jepspese.Boot and Shoe Pellets, 26 cents
Perry's Japeineso Wiferproof'Pell h. 26 cents.
Perry's Japanese Ramose Polish, 26 cents;.
Perry's Japoness Polish for Iron Goode, 60 - einits. .
Perry's..lapanese Furniture Polish; 25 cents... -;
' •Porsale everywhere. ' •
• Wholesale Depot for Pennsylvania, /It MAL llmir
Co. corner of l'lrth and Chestnut, Philadelphia.
Iday.Bo; ' .
. . •
• CITRAW - HATS 1 STRAW HATS!
Just, iecaliadiktkallatoli Old Stand Nortii Haup
t ;Tar strapt; a large and aompleta'st9e kof
a5✓ .iii0, 6. .0.t.it r , 14 ,4*/.0. 11 a ,
SS:WM fkiiiitltyl!W and . Viallita,!•all idt:wich
•c - • .-; m:au cstats,ww.42.lo.
• ..:411411 sumaxam
;•• • 1.
: - vrocq e HAZE,A6t $Y
iody for!Dir , oto;i•:.
bargalos mil at •
Of InetructlOn is 0111olont end oaporl•
.010 i f is
;NE'*S.TQIIKAND NEW GpODS
Adittiointk,t g o . moiftie tie , ry ,
.pbnigiptigtnitigp,.‘yblell Luis bion-e*tiodelt,to
>uittiorsighitlkwould attetiLl9tt. gui,ffri" .that Ito
'hat Just ro:op6nedlilif oxionelve aosortmeot bc campy
In ble new'store.rooni, on tbe'southiliint . earner - nf'tba
public stuaroi,lrbere the public ors invited to', cult and.
examine lektock of goods which; bii elegance', variety
and "extant: will defy compotitlon; Comprising in part
,loaf, lump,, ermined and ',Awn'. ankles, .
Java, Itio' and roasted' entree.' Beery vu. ~-
riety and quility of YEA: ' Spices, (ground i i
and'unground,) L'lckels, Sauces, Table Oil. I !, ~..4 .
- Now Orleans, Siosultonae and 'krlnidnd '. ;,'
Molasses; l'tor York and l'iilladeliiliiarlyn. -_ • • '
ups: Cheese, Macaroni, Yermecilli: split Nee, knoriny,
elinecinust, corn litatch, icarino, Chocolate, lOitract ei
Coffer, relined auger at : reduced rates, washing and bolo
Ing coda,' Tub:woof the most Oworito brands, and the
lineal qu'illity of Segos. Ain°, a Ilea ntiful assortment
of Britannia Ware. plain ond• g.ld land China Ware,
Olaie, Qtienni. Steno nod. Ea, thern Ware, in grook-rio,
rbity, .'ind en elegant let of YantY/Patips, extracts nod
perfumery for tba toilet.'. .',
. ritUITS: Indio:ling Peaches; In. cank,•ltaisine, Cran.
barring, dry apples, citron,. almende, 'oranges, -lemons,
. 7 .. .. -.. ::LIQUORS: Wholesale 'and retail,
.- i rrg,(4l(4) embracing comport and old Rye Whig. ,
key, Ilrandlua, dark and( polo, Lisbon?
'"--"' 7= - - - -4 ''''' 1111 Sherry Port, idadaria4ialkger, Catawba.
~ .i - --..;. : L7N v.•
..,, ...• and Muscat Wines itv , easks and lxiti
• • _ ,
Soy, beoteu .tt Waling,' Ilolland — Glur and Scheldani
FISH AND SALT
•Xliige god( of LAMPS', fnelnaing*ott's relebre Lod
lamps . ,for burning , 'immune or coal oil, Milo - .Sperm,
Plno, Lard mul Coal Oil, Burning Fluid, sperm and
Star Clidles. .
• " •
CEDAR-WARE AND BROOMS ' "
Brushes,' hopes, litoppv, Soaps, Door4thilit, Wit Hers,
Conking•gleseoe, fine letter and note paper, Willow.
Cotton and woollen Hose; and half nose, and it full
stock of Otovesrincluding •tho well known Iltinove4
In short.'his stock comprises everything that Is rolled
for in Ills line of business, and no efforts' will bo spared
to refuter emir satisfacticiu to his customers..
Carlisle, Oct. 27, 1818-Iy.
Markoting of all kinds token fo
FAMILY GROCERY AND TEA
Just received and in store, a fresh and . well we.
lectotrautortment of Min, Java and Mara
caibo Coffee, Roasted Coffee. Crushed .
.Pulverized, Sugars, Maned and ..
other brown Sugars, superior . . •
• ' . Syrup Blolesses, Orleans '
(baking) 61 o I asses. '
Spleen et every variety—.
pure only; Starch, Farina and
"^• Chocolate. Maccareul„Cheese and'
Crackers, Tapioca and Sage, Indigo,
Saloratue and Soda, Cream Tartar and 'es
sorted Pickles, Mustard and Coriander Seed.
TE4s A ,--A One assortment In Packages
01 and ir'bulk—as well au all other article '
i 0 , belonging to the budnesa—all at the louse
1 ' 1 4 . and into reduced prices. . . s
. ..c" • - J. W. EBY.
u • .
AT 4 C E O I DYLY,\ L "S R o Y a established
Stand, West Mairt Bt., nearly oppoelte the Cumberland
I haroJust received a now assortment of watches,
ovrolry. medallions. silver ware, &c.: In addition to my
*ormor stock to which I invite the attention of the
public, The assortment embraces Ono gold nod silver
lover watches, hunting and open moo do., gold An-
Cheri. for Ladies and Gentlemen end Silver Lepincm
and Quartier watches of every variety in style And
Also fine gold Medallions. Brenst•pinn for Ladles and
Gentlemen of every quality, itattent and price. .oohl
fob, vent. curb and neck divine. Gold bracelets; finger
rings, cutSpino, etude, sicovo.buttons, crosses,. charms,
&c. Gold audoillver thin blee, altrer and plated
butter knives, forks. table, tea, salt and mustard spoons
of °every variety. A large assortment of gold, silver
O'Y'‘'ESkand common spectaclea, to suit nit
ages to which wo invite speciatatten
A line lot of OOLD PENS from the best maliqrs.
•pectecle cases, fancy boxes, silver and pearl card cases,
gold and common bracelets, patch ehaluoir it
Mantle Clocks and a variety of articles usu• r ,, . . ,
ally kept in Jewelrynstabliehments, which 4,401.
I - will sell low for rnsh.• All articles war. -TIP: I
!ranted to lio what they are represented: - ~."'
Particular- ottani ion paid as usual' th - , . --, •ii,
Tell ItEPAIRINO and all work war.
Dec. 23, 1827.1
-- AT B. C. 111/ma's .
dhatl and itifackerol of different grades,
Salmon; Scala Flab and 11111 to Fish,
Codfish, Salt and Pickled Herring, ' At lIUYETT'S
Oboes° and Orackers can be had •
Dried Fruat, Preserves and Jellies,
- - -
Sugar Cured Beet cud Demi, .
A fled' supply of LICTOIII3, ' •
01Is, 'White Lead, &e, &c,
.186 HARDWARE! RD -
Jonh P. yne k Son hero just completed. openlop
their Spring Stock of Hardware, Paints, Oils, varnisher
01mo kr.. to which they inflict tho early alttentlen
thn public. Wu have greatly enlorgid our stork lu al
Ito varioue brancheo,and ran now accounuudato the put
in large or email quantities, at the lowest prices. Ho
wo do not wish the public to understand that we bas
brought Millie Food' In*Philadelphia and New York t
our town, but waren apeure them that one look Int'
our store will coinlnro them that we have enough t.
supply the demand In thin market. Persons wantin
goods in our line will find It to their advantage to gP
us a call before making their purchasoc—All order
personally and punctually attended to, and Ito mina
presentation,' made to effect sales '
JOHN P. LYNN & SON.
North Hanover St. Carlisle
May 2, '6O
SPRING GOODS. -
lave received anadmirable stork of Now Fabrics, such
as TRAVNLLEItIF,S, 011InAILLE8 and OANILLAS. .
Fancy SILKS from Auction, below the cost of rumor
. . .
lI.A.NDKEUIIIEFS and CRAVATS.
°SIERT, F.MIIROIDERIES, PLAIN colored, IILA`"IC
glccoly SILKS, and neat CHECKS. GRAY POPE.
LINES In every variety ; Chine end Plaid. OR
- (UNDIES. GRENADINES, LAWNS and •
.CIIINTZES, MUSLINS, FLANNELS,
QUILTS FURNISIIING (100D3 •
1111S0 SHIRTING LINENS of
the best bleach. SHAWLS'
•' • CLOAKS LACE and • •
' wear, • •
• SHOE GOODS.
BOLTING CLOTHS, de., &e.
Bth & Chestnut, Philadelphia.
May 2,1860.-3 mo
TAILORING ESTOLIS EI MEM
1 1O TIIB I • ,
CITIZENS OF CARLISLE Avp VICINITY'
The undersigned has located himself lu,the room lin
medintely above Dr J. K Smith's oilier, (opposite the
Depot) whets be in'euds conducting the MERCHANT
TAILORINGEUSINESS In all its various 'branches.
Drew; Frock, Sack, and linsinens Coate cut and tondo In
the labia New York end Philadelphia thibiona. Pante'
loons Cut by a NEW sinar.m viblelt will girii the wear
er en elegant appearance when In a standing posHI n
and when In flitting posture, will ale ride half WA ,
up to the knees anis usually the ruse In this old way i
cutting. Also, a beautiful styled VESTS that,' nil ,
not be dispcise4l to ride up, as Is usually the case,. lu .
all these garments he will inner° a lit.
Cutting done at short netlce, and dirdctinns as tee
making given when desired. J. 8, RDCKA FELLOW.
April 4, '00.4m.
umUM BELTING 1 ~ , ...
jr JUKt received a large disortment of. all sizes
Beltlmr, Gum nom Gum Packing;
. I:c., and for
aalercheali at the flardware Store of - • ,
Jun0„2:416 , , 110., . If . SAXTON.
GREAT BELIpMASS MEET
ING Is'being held on North Hanover 'Strad; (tar
ns e, where the farmers are Invited to call Cod examine
the large variety of : . .
luat ;wooly:ad and which wo are .your
Oood Ballston bo bought frna $2,50 t0t10.50 each. We
,hare the Great iWealorn Bell, the farmer's' favorite.—
Call and 'coo thorn. all you turmoils who are to want 01,
a good andthaap bell
JOTIN P, LYNN & SON,,
North Hanover St.', ear blip.
t . , )ruet received 'from Blithe e 31nottilo'
Reverie:ern New. York, A large , lot nr Bilk and Lace
entillas noreest style. amd at reduced priees.v , Ncer Is
the time for ladies to get bargains In these :sosemnable
goods. Also a full 'supply of
, . •
BA B. F(3 E. 13 L' A .W. NS ,
'i . 1 ili be l• '
end &muter Gale, gree Berge be a , g vett matt]
the °lute of the eeitton. ' Adaltioutt beleit,Otietitutl.t ,
made, our etockie eilw , s , °ambler°. - • • ' -1, • '
Juno 20; IRO: ' ' ' IgIDICti .4 latiA'gtt
FARM BELLS ' , FARM .13ELiLEI !1
duet received the Iriigeid, eheepenkitp4,..heet..a,f•
ortment of FARM - BELLS to the county.. GegleerpstJe
Metal, end Bell MeIat . WitEItENTIM.NOT:TO'CRACK,
git the Hardware Storcet,-.
_Much , 'co... • at F,Nrq !l o ixTort.
. • • •
, 'IWAVE .. dfrAVS"
BRIIMM0110413M, • , F
ociw cH14218, .
*Mica th 4 CI) cftli, itti w lr atif3,l4ira
. k; ItYS.I.NTON. •
tiilyfier & eclat.
AND, L1.J311,E Y
:.thiipui,i4ll.4trliaisible, day °attend into pelt;
J 0 - kl; E R ,
„Verrill hail', cnintatily otehend and furnish to Order
•=1 ; s • ;
•••' '••• ' SRA:kilt srui•it, ,
• Paling. , SlaefbrllifYlAth, Shingling Lath, Worked Floor?.
, Ilupg dkVenthUrbiarding; Poste and itnile, and every or
tido that beleOgs Foe a LUAlllitlt , YARD. ,
• - All kinds r;f 7 eliitigliel, to. wit: •Whitepine,. iromlock,
• nod Oak, of. dlituroul• quell; lea: Hering t'Are of our
owh:we ran - furnish- bills to• older of tiny. length IWO
rise at the:shorten notice and on the moot re a t onetdit
, :Ounivorked.boarde will be kept under cover so
that they On be furnlohod 'dry ot AI times. •
We have constantly on hand'all kinds or Family Coal
sneer Over: which ne-will Qoliior clean to any part of
the borough. To tilt • '
LiikllNS - VAI.i.liN,: , , Broken, Egg, Stove and Nut
INKE;I O IDDLEIt, • .
TEEVOIITON, '• ' ' - ' do. do. '
'LOCUST MOUNTAIN, .
LOREKEY - .
• . .
Which I,e plodgeoulsfilio!l to sell at pa iowest n prices
---pest quality of .
—77iintiburtier'* ' .and Blackainity a Coal,
• • -
alwais on livid which'wo will sell at the Inivist figure
Yar4 west eido of Onnanutr Elphottl, Main P treet.
AILMISTRONO 'ek 110FETIL
CHAMBERSORG FEMALE SEM-
- .The locution do ploaawit and healthy, and the advaw
loipn' ore equalledifiy 'foil' IC the lend. Tho Institution
ifl large anirprefirs' roils with nwriss of nis minute' cho
sen with eat*: iteil.well!nuallfisd to Instruct In the mild
And ernaniental.brawebee. :The Influences in the board
log depart inept uis parental, 'finial' end refining.. •
The next suailen will commence on the 7th day of
February.; Citalo4uee, may be bed on Oppllcstion to
the Principal. •
REFERENCES. , ‘.
Boy. W. W. Elle, Cnrlielot Bey. John Ault, Loudon,
Pit; Geo. H. Bober, Et.q., lloguesto on; Pa; Con. Oro.
Climbers, D. B. Firhneek, D, D., 34. It; Pleher. D.• D., Rev,
Iteit - . - Jeeph Clerk. Chainhersblig, Pa Pro.
footiore at Priri.inton,..N.,.l.; loth pftheCopoge and Thoo
• • Bor. HENRY BEEVES, A. 151"
31ro. SAIIAiI IL BEEVES; .
Cerliolo, Jan. 22'18E0.-1E
F _R QwopiNa- AND COM':
F•L 1,):1111 . 94. N AD; F. 16, D,.,
• • OOA , :eI,4OIE R -AN D. SALT.
The subscriber,' having taken . the Were house. ear.
and fixture. of WO, B. 31 urfisf n Xvell k nrwn establish
ment, on •West illgh'street. opposite Dickinson College,
would infolin the public . that ho has entered into a
. general Forwarding and Commission buglers,.
The highest market price will ho paid for Flour,•Oruln
and produce of all kind,'..
They•nre also prepared to freight produce and stock
to Ph liadelphla•and Baltimore, at the km est rates, with
safety and despatch.
PLAST EA A ND SALT' kept constantly on hand, and
' , LOUR AND FEND et .hrdesale or retail.
Coal of all kinds. embracing,
" 'LIKEN'S TALLEY,
SUNBURY WIiITE ASH,
• • • • LOCUST 1.1 AP,
• Limebutter's and alacksnuthls
COMA:IILT VOll ISALT:
. •,6EPT UNDER COVER •
and dellyered dry to any part of the town:
T. R. NORMAN.=
Carlisle, August 17, 18.59.
NEW COAL YA
AT TUE WERT CND OP tArmisut.
The subscriber would respertfully cell the atteritloi
of tArneburner's, nod the citizens tir Car)1.1.., o d th
surrounding country generally, to his • .
NV,W" OAL YARD•,
atiarhed to hjeWsupf House, on Wiest II hill - St., whore,
ho will hoop constantly on hand a largo supply of the,
boot quality of DOA I, to wit:
Lyhons Volloy,,Luku Fiddler, Pine 0 rare and Trevor
ton, Broken, Egg and Nut Cord—scroened end di y
which ho pledgee, himself to poll at the lowest pond btu
pricer. Bust quilDy of
L1111111SUHNI:R'S AND 111,AelfSitI7TIt'S COAL "
always on hand.
• WAII orders loft at ibe,Wnro House, or at his real
donee In Northltanover street, will he promptly at.
tondod • J, W. HENDERSON.
Carlisle, April 14, 's9—tf.
111. LA SR! .(}LASS;! PAINTS!
kfi l'Al NTB) I A full aouument of Cliasx Of all sizes
and quality, with a large stock- of !null PAINTS, sli
colors. 011 s, Varnisher, Ac., Cement In largo or small
quantities, at low figures at
North Ilanover Stleeti
Oat. V, '6B
TllB prntisi t orti and manufacturers of HOS
TETTE lilt. -- CELEBRATED STOMACH' arr.
TERS can appeal with perfect confidence to
physicians nitd'eitizens generally of thellnited
States, becausithe article has attained &repu
tation hereiefore unknown. A few facts upori
this poinr iwill'.4speak more powerfully than
- .colonies oe*ltifii issert ion of blazoning puffery.
The constuitption of Hostetter's Stomach Bit
ters for the last year amounted to over & half
liottlit pail frith its manifest- steady
increase in, past, it is evident that during
tlie coining Oar the consuniption will reabli
near ono milt& bottles. This immense amount
could never 'have been sold 'but for the rare
medicinal properties contained in the prepara•
tion, and tub sanction of, thb most prominent
physicians those sections of the country
where the article is beat known, who not only
recommend the Bitters to their patients, but
arc ready at all times to 'give testimonials to its
offienoy in at:eases of stomachio.derangements
and the diseaties iesoltiug therefrom.
This is notes terepoiary popularity, obtained
by extraordlpary,efforts ,in the way of true
peal's; the' gitaliticis of the Bitters, but a solid
estimation iAort, invaluable medicine, which is
'destined to a enduring as time itself. 4,
Hostetter'if Stomach Bitters have proved
a Godsend to regions where fever and ague
and various other 'bilious complaints have
counted theivvictims by hundreds. To •be
able to state confidently that the "Bitters"
two a certain cure for the Dyspepsia and like
diseases, is CO the proprietors a source of On
alloyed pleasure. 4-removes all morbid matter
front the st;ifituneli, ,purifies the blood, anti
impartg renewed vitality to the nervous system,
giving it Ruh: lone clad energy indispenrohio
for the restoration of health. It operates.upon
thostomach,liver, and other digestive organs,
mildly but powerfully, and soon restores them
to a condition essential to the healthy discharge
of the functions if nature. _
' Elderly persons may use the Bitters daily as
per directions on the bottle, and they will find
in it a Stimulant peculiarlYodapeed to comfort
declining years, as it is pleasant to the palate,
•invigorating,to t ho'bowels, excellent as a tonic,
and rejtivenicting , generally. We have the evi
dence of G i gnsands 'of aged men and women
,who hivio ex'perienceil the benefit of using this
preparation„while suffering from stomach de
rangeratiatic hnd general debility; acting under
the itdiiee of physicians, ,they have abandoned
nli creletert§us drags and-fairly tested the
merits itia article. A few words to the
gcatlONlte.'" ,There aro:certain periods when
therobares tiro so•liaiaisingibet many of them
sink under 'Di& trial.- The relation,of mother
and 'child absOrbinglY tender; that the
mother, espiciallY if •slto'be -young, is apt to
forget her own , health in her eXtreme anxiety
for her infakit,2!ShOuld the period of maternity
arrive diming - the eutinner : senson, the Wear of
body and mind is generally aggravated. Here,
then, is a nOeSsjty fora etimulnittio reotipo
rat e the Onelties of the systeirn'nOd enable the
znottier,tirlietwoup under her exhausting trials
sand reispOntitiilitiis .laiotliersgeno
rally.profe4Gip ord• fa', nil other s invigera-'
- tors thne'it-Ce, the endorsement of physi-
Citing; beettifO'iiriiii agreeable, to the, taste as
well as sortainje giso:alerinatient increase
~bodily- sirongth.;%. •
' 'All these : portions, tO Wirom we have particu
larly-n[ood fthqvc,. to wit: ,sufferers from
ciguti,;caised . by malaria; diarrlwen,
dysenferyOndigestioit, loss of appetite, and
all'.diseases - pr'Ociali - geliients of the stomach,
stiperaniiijated persons of Sedentary
iic9,upitimi:itlio nursing mothers, will consult'their . own/1)10 . 81ml Welfare by giving
brnted Stoinneh Bitters & trial.:
1 .."...(lAtrillON.Wit caution the public against,
-'rasing an y f; ruany",ithitations or counter.:
`hits, ‘but,' ki , fon: Ileaterrilea CEE,EPRATED'
BTODlAdillrelikl4l:llfia 'See that each bottle has
ho:words Or:l.' llMtletter'i Stomach Bitters"
tifiiria:lort ilia . sideCitt tho4Mitle. and stamped
. on the matallio oap.,:coveriag the cork, and
gluierve titel,Our autograph; signatUto is - On (he
~,... atv- trtiOared an d
, aold by,TICiSTETT.Eit &
' 13.11qT.gi, Vltpabitiglt;lit.;. arid- sold: by all
dillgidatsir grocers. , and . dealers. generally
thvinniboUftlyitYld Bt#o . l l,4l P u t te " •
-4, gor ask; byg,SillatC., A.NgtiliToittlokicirllolerJaba
..,u. - Attlote; A ••• altliinbanghl Etbippoosbarg , V: , ,Ksut
'IUDs. 4.411:: studage , Slsohattiothergt . 'ind' Druggists
o •Xlafri. • •; •, • littlie'fautitg: - , -. ...t , tar 0, Wt...
i'11;%34;4ts tl others; IMENT. by be
,94antlerliAm ! qrakiiritsttteet rattwt4 l6O • IrixTriN.
O,OD. ! 0,0, DI I' G D !
Jugt received at th e cheap Grocer y of the undeo
signed, lots of gopfl ihmge, u part of which:are thu Jul
lowing . , • • , '
• Ilermetleally gush:ATP:ACID'S, , (fresh.)
• • '‘," Tom.vruisB,•
• • ti
.COltN, • ." - • ..
- at it • • • • ••
Y. ••• ASPARAGUS, ,
• OYS rims; • .
-.• • . 0". „ • " . " • •
, • • " APPLY.,
" TURTLE SOUP, '•
• " •SA ItDiNP,P, • ‘•
'Pieklad Gurkhas, ,Chow Chow, Plecalllll, Lobsters;
Cauliflower, Carlin. 31.
, 011vee t Tomato,' 'Catsup, Walnut do., Mushroom do.
Pepper sauce, Hominy, Orate, Crisolturrles , the finest
of Ilrleil Sugardoireil flems,:iihoulder.Olologna
Sausage, Soup gineedronl, Sugara, - Cliffeen, Teas;
Idulagewl, and f 1, of all li hide.
giasiv &l a b:, PIN!" SlitiAltS, among which are
twenty:llre thousand Corms n SIKOP, prime •felaimm.
and the eery tou,t hod purjAt LIQUOIiS fu thUe9unty.
Confctlonary uud Fruit. Sc. '
I .l il
All or which are offered to the ritleens of Car'lgono
couilty of Cumberbind, of 'be lowest prices for CAN/1.
00'311C.ONH;COSCH ALL, two door); East or Rhoads'
N'Veruliouse. ' '
• —. • WM. BICNIZ.
Carlisle, Nov. 9, 1159.. —
L AND CASTRE T.NSURANCE.MiITIJAL, - THE ALE E tv
. FIR IN
SUBANCE COMPANY of atunhorland county. Incorpn
rated by an act of Assembly, is 'low fully organized, and
• lit oporatlon• under the, management of the following
Daniel Balloy,. William It—Oorgas, Michael Conklin,
.1. Elcholherger, Christian Staytnan, John C. Dun.
lap,' Joust, 11.. Comer, bowie Ilyor, S. Eberly, Bouju
loin-. 11. Messci, J. Brandt, Joaaph IVlckereham.
A loxan der Cathcart. •
Tho rates of insuranco are as low and favt rabic no any,
,Company of the kind in the State. • Perzona svlsbing to
become memburs'ave invited to mak° application to the
agents of the company, who aro willing to wait upon
the M at any time.
Or WM. R. 0010:1AS, Provident:
CIISISTIAN STAIDLIN. Vice President . •
' lIYBR, Secretary.
CDCE MN, Tiroalurer. • -
.111aungers.—W.M. It. Gorges: 1.. flyer. Chrixtian Slay
man, M. Conklin. J. 0. Dunlap. It. Martin, IL Bally, J.
Cathcart, J.•Wicicorsham, J. Eicheiber.
ger, S. - Eborly,'.l. Brandt. .
CUMBERLAND COUNTY. John Sho nick. Allot),
I ~ nry. ilnaring, Shiremanstown; Samuel Woodburn
;amen; ;• floury nowthan. Churehtown; •Modu Omit
fith; uth Middleton Samuel. Graham, W. Penne,
horo'; ' wool Convor,,Mochaolcellurg ; J. W. Conklin,
Bleo'pocdetown; D. Coovur, Hilopludolotown ; .1 O. .1)x•
• ton, dilvor Spring; Beni. llnvotattek,` Silver SpOng.,;
Chorine Roll, Cu, Belo ; John Over, •
YORK COMITY.—W. S. Picking, Dover: Potor,ypi.
ford. Franklin ; ;Tart. Orlllith, Warrington: J. F. Dual'
-- .1.,r1L - Washington; I). Ituttar,- Now burg ;- lt.-0.
A Lochnutn. Ilarrinburg.
Members of the ceinpany having polieleA about to ea•
can hare them; wed Dy making application to
any:of the Agents.
Ainll 20. 1051.
JNO. B. CHURCH.. • k. r.pEnis.
• CHURCH . . & • EBERLY
STEAM SAW MILL •
NEW CUMBERLAND, PA.
All kinds of • -
" 4 LUMBER,'
• constantly on hand.
Lumber daliverqd at any point accessible by Railroad,
at the shortest notleo.
.OF ALL sums •AiD LimaTlis CUT TO ORDER •
I . l° WARD A A S i t.' , o 0 I r .r I 0 NI
A Benevolent Institution, establish.' by special en
dowmont for the rejlefof tho sick and .distressed,
alketod with Virulent and Epidemic Bisensoai
especially for the Onto of Diseases of, t!
the Sexual Organs..
MEDICAL ADVICE Bison gratis, by the Acting Sur
geon. to ail whonpply by letter, with n description of
their condition, (ugo,•oceupation, habits of life, Ac.,)
nod In canes . of claire., poverty, ;Medicines furnished
- freo of charge' •
VALUABLE REPORTS on Spormatarrhuta, and
DIACIII3. of the Sexual Organs. and on the N141,5' REM
EDIES employed in the Dispensary. sent to the afflicted
'in Foaled letter mongolism. Roo of charge. Two or three
Stamps Err postage will lie acceptable.
Addrees,,lllt. J. SKI LLEN 11000IITON, Acting Sur
goon, Howard Association, No. 2 South Ninth Street.
rhiladulphia, Ph. By order of the Directors,
EZRA D. IIEARTWELL, Presubtxtt
GEO. FAIRCHILD, Secretory.
_ Det.21.11169.-IY • -
LADD, WEBSTER & CO: .
IMPROVED TIOIIT STITCH
t On Exhibition and for sale at 81Vs. It. A.-kgrant.b's
DACIUEIHINAN ROOMS, Bud door _west of Dr.,
Send fort circular to •• '
Dnc. 7, 18513-tf.
. AINTS AND OILS.- . .
p 10 Tone White Leed. 1000 Onlions of oil. Joel
received with a largo ntsortinent a( .
Varnishes. ° Flre Proof Paint.
Turpentine, • Florence Mine, • -
Japan, White Zinc.
Putty, Colored 7. ne,
• . !Aherne, ' Red Lead. , •
Whiting, Boiled Oil,
Glue, • herd Oil, •
Shellac.. Sperm Oil.
. Point Bruthes, Fish Oil, dic.,,
Colors of os cry description dry, and 011 In cane and
tubes at the Ilardivaro store of
March 7,'60. ~ mrinv SAXTON,
Thousands aro daily spealLing in praise of
and why'r because It never folio to afford instantaneous
roller when given in time. It oda mitt by wattle, :old
oue trial alone will convince you 'that what we say lh
true. It contains " ' hl
NO PAREGONC OR OPIATE
of any kind, and therefore relieves by yqmovlng the
sufferings nf your child. instead of by deadening its
sonalidli ties. For thin reason it commends itself as the
only reliable preparation now known for Children
Teething, Diarrhoea, Dysentery, Grip
ing In tile Bowels, Acidity of the Stomach,
Wind. Cold in that head, and Croup, elan, for softening
the gems. reducing leftmost inn, regulating the Bowels
and relieving pale. it hits no equal—Mogan anti spas.
medic it is used with untallitm success in nil roses of
Convulsion or other Pits. As you value the
life and health of your children. and wick Weave them
from those sail and blighting consequences rt hick are
certain to result..from the use of narcotics of wide',
other remedies for Infantile Complaints urn composed,
take none hot Dit. EATON'S INYANTILIS CORDIAL,
thin you eta rely upon. It is perfectly hermle.s and
cannot injure the most delicoto infant. Price, 25 cent,
Full directions accompany each bottle. Prepared oni
by CHURCH .t DUPONT.
No dill Broadway New York.
Healthy human lUood upon bolos
always presents us with the same essential elements
and given of course the True 'Standards Analyse the
Blond of a per•pu . suffering, from Consumption, Live
Complaint, Dyspepsia, Setorma, Am. sad wo find it•
every lIISINTICO certain defloleucles In the ryd globule.
of Blood. Supply these deficleucieft and ydh are toed.
well. The BLOOD POUD la founded upon this Them,
—hence its astonishing autumn. There aro
. • 'FIVE PREPARATIONS
adapted to the doilalopcies of .the 1164, in different
'diseases. For Coughs Colds,Bronchitis or any offer
tlori whatever of the TllllO or LUNGS inducing Con
gumption, use No. 1, which 'l4 alWays :the No. for Dr
prolusion of Splrfix, Loss nriAppetitooindlor all Chrou
le Compinints arising from Over use; &lettere' Debility
and tiers ous Prostration. No. 2, for Myer Complaints
No.o, for Dyegelisia. • Balite 'already prepared rev ab
sorption It is takeli by drop* and carried Immediately •
Into the circulation, co that what you gain you retitle.
The No. fife for remelt) Irreguinrillos;llriteria, Weak'
messes, ,ice. See special. directions for this. For Salt
Rheum. Rruptious, Scrofulous, Kidney, and Blidder
COmplalnts. take No. 5. In all eases the direction must'
bo strictly followed. Price of the 'Blood Food
bottle. • Bahl by CHUROIi k DUPONT;
No ,409 Broadway, New York.
J W. Dyott k Sons. Philadelphia, and 0.11. Keyser
,Pittsburg Wholesale Agents.
' . ,For Sale by S. Elliott, Carlisle, •
• • •.
~.1 1 00" TONS IRON AND.'OLLED
. IRON of the very best ENGLISII BRANDS warren
' eil In every way Superior to American make. Just re•
solved with a large assortment of ,• . ~..... .. .
' Sheet Iron, . 1 - 'Anvils, •
!Loop iron, • Vices. • - , 1
. Band Iron, - ; • , ' '
• Vika •• . ' '
t '• , ‘'llorse'llhila Tine; ' Ihio:ps, .i. • '
SprlngStool, Solis, •:.-
•1 ' Past:Steel; . . 7 ' ; ' ~Bionic,
• .! ' " ' Dilater I teal, . Dole. ..
'.' NY idlers .' '' i 110-se Shoes.
.. • - ''' . ' Bleiettemith IlelloWsAn.. de. ~
Cheaper thai the oheapiatfat thellardtiere Store of
March 7,-'60..-ev , v 4.- - ..:v; - - , UNNRY SAXTON.
' N. 13.''All lion sold at clay Ooes 70tr5freIght added,
•an dwarranted.' -' ;., . -v" • v - .
. ll•por,9onsln 'want,
ObirgtAKl . ' • A '" '" '
• ota bottle of Fine Olciluipoirbil'itnii Phiii.'erandy
..orOld Ityo Whiskey, dr:olu, ke:, 'citry et the
-pure , articlo at tho Uroceryor i th9:9ll34criber.Cirllili::
J;;,, , f . I I,
8,1 1 8 8 , . • 1
nustt i tons:
CARLISLE AND? PHILADEL PHIA
1 LPL- •Li - W a pk. o l ia s; •
• ' - ` 32 '' - ;Ws.`^
DAILY VREIGHT 'asp.
• YRMeI), WARD .c PREEDi
811 ISAMU/ RTR ' EVS,
2SAIN VERRET CARLISLE, PA;: ,,
495&- Cats of this LIno•Ioavo the Depot 811 51.trket st.,
Daily, at 4 o'clock, P. It.
!Aare Carlisle, Daily, at 7 o'clock. A M. , '
Mods Intundod for this binu should bo marked C. &
P. Daily Proight Lino, and sent 1 u by 4 o'clock.
May Li, 1854.
p IA A 1)-11 I.P II I , A
40. ii A I L. 0 A ID
Avall:18, 1859.,., E
Two passenger trains teal u Harrisburg daily, (Sun•
jays excepted.) nt B.ou A. 51 , and 2.45 P. M.. for Phila.
delpida,ifirrivliag there at 12.50 noon nod 7.40 P. Al.
Iteturniug, leave Philadelphia at 7.80 A.M., and' .30
P. 31., arriving at Harrisburg at 12.40 noon and 8.25 P
. Feast f To Philadelphia, No. 1 Cars. $3.25; No. 2 (In
fininti train.) $2 70.
Pares to Reading. st.cp and,sl.3o. •
At Reading. connect with trainers!. Pottsville, Misers:
Cab:whim, Ac. •
Pour trains leave Rending fur Philndelphla dolly, at
0 A. 51 , A. 51. 12.30 noon and 5.00 p. u.
Leave Philadelphlefor Rending at 7:30 A. M., 1.30
51.. 3.30 Y. 51.. still 4.45 P. AI. •
Fares from heading to Philadolphia. $1.75 and $1 45. •
Tito morning.. t,rain from Harrisburg connects .41.
Rending with up train for Wilke/harm Pittston and
Poi through tickets and other information apply to
J.. 1. CLYDE, .
May 11,'50. Omura! Agent.
~... The subscriber hns 'ifarted. a trbsieehlk line 01,
Stages' between Carlisle tun! Landisbuig. leaving Car•
lisle retry Monday,. Wednesday and 'Friday, linnuelf
abely 011111 nm-rival of the afternoon train of cars from
the east. lieturnlnz, leaves Landisburttet 900 A. 1)1:,
ovary Tuesday, Wednesday :did Saturday. and arrives
at Carlisle at 1.00 P. 51., via.' Perry County Warm
Springs, Shermensdale, Sterrett's Sap and.Carlisie Sul
phur Springs. On nud ufor June the 151 h, the line will
ha run daily for the necommodation of passengers going
to the Springs:- 3 .
Nero to the several points as allows:
Carlisle toq.ulpbur Springs $0 00
, Sterrett's Ga p. .'
" Gliermonsdelo, . .. . . . 'o7
Perry County Warm Spriugx,.. . 1 OD
Laudlsburg, . . . . . lOO
Lindlaturg to Itaim Springs, . . . . . $1) 26
Sherionnsdale, . . . 60
Sterrett's Gap, : . .' • . .
Sulphur Springs, ..... .1 an
" •Caillxlc, 190
The ntiovp line will regularly carry the to raid
frOur the several points above Indicated.
I have elm n null stocked LI VI,ItY 2"'Alil.E.; !Iwo
which 1 am nt all times ready to furnish horses
, Tinges to these who will favor me with their patrorao.
on the most reasobnitio ter:mai" in the cosy best style
ninyl9lBsB.- • 01t011.111.1
.1 A. 11. li ENWOOD would respestfully inform ths
eitizensblCarlisie and-vicinity that hohnstaken roan..
In Zug'is new. building, east coiner of •Market — Sifulfre;
where ho Is at all times ready to take AMBROTYPES
in the latest and most Approved style. - Pictures taken,
In rainy and elouilyriveather as well as' clear. and sat
isfaction given or no charges made. Portraits and Da.
guerreotypos copied. Miniature Pictures taken for
Lockets Lc., in Ambrotype.
Ambroty pas warranted to stand the teat of time, beta
or mites-. •• •
Ladies and Oentiomen are cordially invite d to en
and - ex amine i 3 po cni .
friers from '2.hcts. to $lO. A. R. lIENW,ODD.
Jan. 21. 1858--Is.' - Artist.-
.ty Elt Y STABLE.—II aving vur-
A chased from J. It. Nonemakeri bin LIVERY EP•
TALILISIDIENE, I will be alwaye ready to acconunis
dote I.li;i public with HORSES, GAB.
BIM/ LS, BUGGIES. and every other ar.
lob In my line. By strict attention to
4 / }1
huelueca nod a desire to please, the subscriber hopes to
receive a liberal shore of public patronage. •
' 0 EOM E lIENDEL.
N. B. Omnibuomes on Itned•to supply those who may
be In need of them. • G. 11.
Nor. 25.1857., • - •
NORTII LIANVEER STREET, CARLISLE. PA
• • .
Having been engaged In the business for over twenty
years ho would return thanks to his customers . and
_frioitilejor the liberal encouragement extruded to kiln
tit years gone ty, and further - senores" theurthat 'no
pain's will be spared, to give fulteatisfactiou Loup. who
may favor hint witha call.
CHAIRS AND FURNITURE,
of every description constantly" on bond, or made to
order. Warranted to be of the best quality, of t h e la•
lest style, well finished, anti sold at the lowest possible
prices for cash...
lie also continues business as an UNDHRTARER..—
Reedy wadi, Coffins, Metallic or otherwise.. kept ron•
stoutly- on - baud and funerals promptly, attended to
rromally lu town or country, nu the most reasonable
Cherry and Walnut Coffins, large size,•si ell flulabsd
and lined Inside, firm Bto 12 dollars. ,
Walnut Coffins covered from lb to 30 dollars.
JAMES It. WEAVER.
May 25. 1859—1 y; ,
11—Two Properties situate In Cil iirehtown, Cum b.
county, aro offered, for Sale on easy terms. Apply as
above. J. H. W.
Practical PLUMBER and GAS FITTER,
in'thc basement of the M. E. Church,
Main Street, Carlisle.
Lead and Iron Pipes, Iron Sinks,
lisdrants, Beth Tube,
t lot fi Cold Shower Baths, Bath lloilers,
Water Closets, Kash llasins, •
Form and Litt. Pumps, HYdraulic Items, ha
Wro't"111111 Wad Tubes,
And °tory description of Oocke and fittings for gas
steam, water.A.c. Superior cooking ranges,heatern ant
gas fixtures put up in churches, stores and dwellings,
at short notico, intim most:modern stylo. All meter'
ate mid worl , in our line at low rates and warranted.
af.A.- Country work and Jobbing promptly etteuded to .
Mar. 23, 1859—1 y
1860 -HARDWARt.--- .•
.1 The Subscriber has Just returned from the Eektern
cities with the largest, cheapest Allli boat selected as
bort ment of Hardware over ()gored In this County. - Eve
ry thing kept In it largo Wholesale and Retail Hard
ware Store ran he .lied a little lower than any other
house In the county at the Cheap 111.rdware store of
' March 7,'60. HENRY SAXTON..
"RUSSES !. BRACES ! SUPBOR
O. E. NEEDLES....
S. W. Cornet. Twelfth & Race Stroekt
Practical Adjustor of Rupture Trusses and Mechani
cal ltemotiles. Has constantly on band a large Stock of
Genuine Wrench trusses, also a complete asfortment of
the lest American. Including the celebrated Whiles
Patent Lever Truss, believed by the bht authorities tc
be superior t•• any yet invented. English and, Ameri•
can Supporters and Bolts, Shoulder ilraces,Suspensory
• Bandages, Self Injecting Syringes. adapted to luitlY sex.
es, In neat portable cases, Wrench Pessaries, Urinal Bags
Ordnrwand letters of maquiry , „ will moot prompt at
August 24, lUD
[TAMES! HAIIE:SI ! VAMES !! 1
350 . Pair Hamer, J wit yearlyad of all kiaria.
with and 'Who* patent fastenings cheaper than
rt tho Hardware Store of
WALTER C. WHITMAN.
'N. Ws Corner 17th and Arehli t
Importers of Croon &
MULISH PICKLES and SAUCES.
Particular attention paid in selecting lino
-TEAS & COFFEES
For Families, Sugars alwayrnt Renner? pi•lces. Choke
WINKS, LIQUORS and SKUARS, of the boat brands,
&intuit au baud.
May 9, '60,1y,
WM. 'H. .M.A URz O.E S
. ° HEAP
BLANK BOOK & STATIONERY ESTABLISHMENT,
320 r ChestnutStreet, below Fourth, South side
• SSION Or TIIE SPRTAD EACILTO,
.......P 4 O ll A D • PIL I A v.P.A
Lellgars..lournals, Day Books, Cash Books, Latter Pa
per, Foolscap Paotr, 11111 Paper, Stool Pons is groat ra.
duty, Envelopes of all sixes, Latter Books, 8111 Books,
/:RECEIP.7 I- BOOKS c€c. .
goveloplog Paw. Quills de., Collnili l o .PRESSES
$O, $8 and $lO. I Copying Rooks. Copying - Brushes, and
A LL OTHER ARTICLES FORTHE COUNTING lIOUSE
WWII will Po sold from twenty to thirty roe iont, below
the ordinary pricos, for cash.
Cdrllide 4111 18;!'60.-3m. ' '
' VALLS NAILS!! NAILS I! I •
largo stook of timed, Neat, and Tough
nail Kat thOloweet Prices. .Our nails are worth Lodi
a keg more. than-any Mimi' make of nails cold In -our
town. this is the opinion of meefianies who have Ida
them, we also have a-full - assertmen tof , ' '
of the latest mid most aplirnred style'. All goods war.,
ranted an represented. JOHN P. LYME & NON.
May 2-'6O. North flattener Sty Carpels.
• 000 pslr Fly Nets. f all • uldri• 1;Inu;1,.0otton
imit•Tw Ina—cheaper c
r thani o llstrelsonprii., 7 4 Just .reOeired
at the Ifirdwaro stor., of •• . 11. SA3CTON.
N.13:-86iu'AgeOts for 'Orpr's Exti t tf.'Vhtkiliboribult
s-FIY Nuts. urcbaots auppllos 4rooli4ufkotus.
ors prices. •• • • -
'flats :DIBEASE OltIG IN ATE .1.,4
• IMPURITY OF THE BLOOD?
' lhla Is a ginlatlon of rite) Import/nom and one which
has never been satialktoilly disposed of by Ole proles
sera who tenet, the brallog ,art. Ferns maintain—and
especially the old heill,ol Physicians— that life lives In s
the blond, and therefore 011 ilveasea originate In-11--
but under,, science avers that, ,Silthents hn ve• their
origfilation . lo both tbn toilds and hulde of the Lody.
The. the iota, preponderate.' however, la a fixed hot,
and inedice I shill baps clearly denometrated that et
hoist trarthirds of thrills that bunion' flesh la heir to,
have their source in on •
c. IMPURE STATE OF. THE BLOOD
As, for instance, In the long catalogue, murk as &min
la, Tuttur,." Barber's Itch," Pimples, 'Roble& Erysipe
las. Ulcers, Salt Rheum, discharges front the Ear, Fever
Bares, Or irruptive diseases of any hind.—These aro as
curtained by well known medical lan% to arise from bad
blood—while thulrigliest medical authoritlex &clue
that most favors originate in the eania manner, and
more particularly Typhoid and sceriet—the former be
lag an Internal, and the lattar tin external Irruptive
disease; and in all peelkona attacked by than . notladia,
the blood is found to he either coagulated, or of a dark
To word off n large majority Lf dlnesook, es well an to
cum a number which have already selaud upon the eye
tem, It D accessary to ' •
PURIFY TDB BLOOD -
Llndsey'n Improved Blood Beareher does not claim to
for orety dlseass Known, but the proprietors, claim Tor
It the power not only of draining out an Imuritles of
the blood. but by the eltillful rembloation often known
vegetate remedies. It will cure all diseases arising Troia
a deranged state finite liver, drive out dyspepsia, and
givererlowed tone Cud vigor. to the stomach. That they
iiLOOD SEASICIIIM in all that, in claimed for It, the proprie
tors can produce
It Is only a few years since It. Val. discovered, and yet
It boo grown Into ruck a business !loan large laboratory
hos boon built expressly for Its manufacture—a large
!Umber of anon employed inputting it.up, and stlll.lhe
SUPPLY DOES Ma. EQUAL MB DEMAND!
We risk any rondld man, could this be no; lithe Med
lane did pot posscse AM. the virtues claimed for it /
The Proprietors have hundreds of:certificates from
inen of probity and standing the community, chow
lug what the median.) lodol itg daily for the .rufferin g
• ASK ANY PELSON
who. ban ever vied the Blood Searcher bether roll
Let the affiliTed give It n trial—n single bottle evil
convince Mit:best skeptical of Its ciliates.
vv. For sale to Carilsiii by 8. W. Ilaveratick, S. El
liott, end B. J. Incffey; Kauffman
,& Son, Mechanics
burg; ausweller A: Zook, lihrpherditown ; Joshua Culp
ilogstowsm Jacob Simmons. Croix Bonds; Kurtz ic
Wine, Shiremanstown; A. M. Leidict, priugs
Mary W. ltjnsel , Churchtown ; Edward James, West
11111 :.'3. C. Pesminglst 'As Bro., Onkville; Shoernaher &
Elliott, Newburg; Wm. Bretton, Norville; J. Hood &•
Co.. Ppringhold; Buseell & Dice, Dickinion ;
& Werhinger Jacksonville; Wm. Clerk & L.,. Lees
goads; Wm. 11. Bales, Sporting 11111; D. Ocnilimer
: J. C. Altiek,Shippensburg; allot-Cumber
land county, Pit.
LINDSEY & - LElDON;ProprptorF,
DySPE • PSIA
Da. DADIII.9 DAM'S
Aromatic Invigorating Spirit.
This eledleir o has ,been need by the public for x
yeare; with Increaslug favor, It is recoumvouded• to
cure DyepepFla, horroimposa. Heart Ituru, Colic,
Palm,. Wind In: tho Stomach, or Paine in the
°web,. Headache. Drowsiness, Kidney Coat.
.plelnts, Low SPlrito, Delirium Tremens, -
• In tempercnco. *,
---1 1 -B limulatear•Exhillratea..lntkoraleikalit Will not
Intoxicate or Stupefy.
An a Medicine. it hi qiiick,and efteaual, curing 'the
moat eggravated casks ot Dysiopsle. ' , trimly Complaints,
and all other- derangements of the Stomach and Bow.
els in It speedy niatin'er,
It will inatetutiji revive the most drooping and
ancholly spirits, and restore the weak, nervous and
sickly to health. ,strength nod vigor.
Persons who. from the Injudicious use of ilqu'ors,
have become dejected, aid their nervous systems that.
lured. constitutions broken down. amid subject to that
horrible curse to humanity, the Datlmnst fanoeooK, MII
nimost Immediately feel the happy /old healthy
rating ebleacy of Dr: Mee Illvigor.llug Spirit.
WHAT IT WILL DO.
lime—One wino gloss full as often as necessary.
Ono dose will remove all had Spirits.
One dose will cure Heart burn. ,
Three dome will cure indigestion. , •
One done willltive you a Wad Appetite.
One dose will stop the distressing po lesof Dyspepsla.
One dose will remove the distressing nod diragtemble
effects of Wind or Flatulence, and as soon BR :the atom
eat receives the Invigorating Spirit, the distressing
load nod all painful feelinga will be removed.
One doso will remove the-moat distressing pins of
Colic,-cit her in the stomach or bowels, • .
A few &wee' will remove all obstructions in the ICISI•
nay, Bladder or Urinary Organs. i
Persons who are sorfounly afficted with Mir-Kidney
Complaints are assured speedy relief by n dose or two
and a radical aura by the uao of one or two bottles. •
NIO =IX DISSIPATION
Persons who, from dissipating too ranch over night,
and feel the evil effects of poisonous liquors, In violent
headaches, slat:weir nt stomach, weakriees,_glddluesil,
ae„, will hod one dorm will remove all bad feelings.
- ndleaof-irenk and sickly constittltt nn. should fake
the Invigorating Spirit three times a day; It will make
them strong, healthy And happy, remove all obstruc
tions and irregularities from the menstrual organs And
restore the bloom of health and beauty to the careworn
During pregnaey it will be found an Invaluable Medi
Tinei to remove dltagmeable sonatinas at the stomach.
All the proprietor asks Is a trlid,,and to induce this
le bee pat up the INVIOMATINO realr In plot bottles
dal) no, quarts el.
sale In Carlisle by Ss W. liaveratick ; In Mo.
haniesburg by L. Kauffman, and by Druggist. gener-
1860.'SPRI . NG F
ICELLERS' OLD STAND. •
A complete sleek of Data and Cape
now mad,y.,filr I napeetlou.
• . t- •
CASSINIERE, . 3 . • ,
FELT & WOOL. • •
In every ats le and quality. - We call particular atten
tion to our $3 SILL. lIATSV — StIk and soft' Data, of
any style manufactured to order. Caps of all Linda.
RECOLLECT KELLER'S um) STAND.
. North Hanover Street.
Carllale March 14, 1860.
1 000 130XES OF GLASS.-'
011111 lalsoN Double and single nick. Plain, Orilla
mental Colt rod ac. Just rocalred-at the Cltqap hued.
ware Stors el
200 GRIND STONES.-:
Of all slice, ,viarranled of the best,*.rinality. , Just
etelved at the flardware Store of
,March 7, '6U. ' HENRY SAXTON.
25 Kegs Dupont. Rook and Milo poScder, with a
largo assortment of
Safety Rose, Slone Drills.
' - 'Picks, Stone Sledges,
Crow Bars, Stone Rummers •
• Just received nt the cheap Ilardwero Store of
Starch, 7, 'CO. lIRNRY SAXTON.
IpT AND CAP EMPORIUM.-
J. O. CALLIO A CO,auccessors to Wm. IL Trout
would' announce to their cuotomora and the piddle
generally that they have just received from DliHada
phla, a large and elegatit stock of geode, in their lino of
busineas of every variety, style thud gaality.
They have on hands sphinitid
• - ;
of alLdescriptions, from the common Wool
to the fineet FUR. AND SRA ILVTS; and at pricer
that must quit every one who has 'an eye to'ketting the
worth aide money. The etock includso f
MOLESKIN, CARSIMERE, BEAVER .4.IfELT HATS,
of overy style and color and unnurpasted for LIGHT
NESS, DURABILITY AND EINISH: by that% of any
other eatablishmont in the country.
• MEN'S, BOYS' and-Cullum EN'S HATS and CAPS,
of every description constantly oh hand.
They fespecttUlly invite all the old patrons and au
many new oneslf fOltible, to, give them A call.
'J. 0. CALLIO CO.
y.N.N . D.fUT,frAi;:.IIF,F.; • INSU-
AnNa:cOmplari.. - •.. -
. • . . DIVIDIININOTIci§. ' '
The Board of Truoteee have doilirod mita SCAM
DITIDEND or BIFTEHN par ceritiMuti a remitter deed
of TIV.IttiTYrFIVII pat cool. 'And Mee uDm rut-
LOT Dividend of SIN. par rent upon tho Se p I r ads
et 1850 to February. 185 p inclusive.
I-am now ready to deliver Certificates and •ay In
terest to those entitled thereto. A. L. SPONSL 'lt'
May 2, 1860. ' • .. . ' •AMent.
FOREST, 'ARMSTRONG & CO.,
,1.100D4 DERROH ANTS, • •
80 i t 82 •Chainbere' "N... Y.
Vropld notify the trado that they are opening Weekly
In new rind beautifurpittrins, tho
' ALSO THE
A new Print, which male every Print in the Country
for perfection of eseeutiohnqd design in full Bladder
Colon. Our Prints are cheaper, thou any In market,
rnd meeting with extensive sale.
Orders promptly attended to.
QU GA 'C
UKBA: . 11 A MS•-•
Drled:Beet: Bologna, Fish, Cheese. Coffee., Boaters,'
MOMSSeg Teas, Masserool, Dried. Trolt, Tomatoes,
,Peaches in.ons,,Plno Apple, corn' dried hod frost].'ar.
dines, Anelmeles, 011ess. alvairoorm: Walnut . , and To.
!Mato liatsup,jobn liull,Lorkden:Club;Vormateratilre.
India Soy, Ilarrey's and Beading Sauce,, Plehels of all
kludo plain and klustaide plaln . androlaed,liess
quettlty %Übe= k Segura: S. Orlsslugere pure
OLD RYE 'WHISKE'Y
goods not enumerated lobs sold at- , tblawest , .CLAEß-- .
ritiCza. Country produce taken ln,esrklinge. •
11ay",111,,4/o,irm • ,;.:,.; •-.
iLS ANIS . §}"iKtS
111 60 Taus fr'.ei"feeeitikl : helbe
nary beet inako tea IVarnteted, Couotryenerrhauts
supptled , mith calla et usauufactuivie piteee;• lie the
114rdwore atore of
Meech 7,'6e. RENPY PAXTON.