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ON'aricl-nfter this . diitS will -be eobf:by
ISAAC—LIVINGSTON; at the North Iteuover
Street t •
At greatly minced Oren. our largo and SUPERIOR
STOOK OF BIDDIES GOODS.
Fine Cloth Suits of , ovary Style.
" Sillc & Caeoimero " s'
it Fancy " IS SI
Italian Cloth "
" ?totem— 44 St
" ,Tweeds and Woolen Mired, do
Also. a large assortment of every style Muttons, In
very large varieties, and a general assortment of Cotton
O 'els, widen we will make to order, 'or sell by the yard
or p leen, at astonishingly low prices.
Do You Want to Save Money!
Then ba ouro to call tit the North Hanover Street
Clothiu; Nalporium, °wait° the ,Atneritan ,ITuuse,
where you can buy goods at prices to suit tho times.
Juno 2i LEM. ISAAI LIVINGSTON.
PA TENTED NOVEMBE
B A L L 0 U'S
Pate4ted-impToved Fiend' Yoke
PATENTED NOVEMBER Ist, 1859.
A New Style of Shirt, warranted to Fit.
BT sending the above measures per mall, we ran
guarantee a perfect fit of our now style of Shirt, and
return by express to any part of the United States, at
$ll $l5, $lB, $24, &c., to., per dosen. No order for
warded for less than' hairs dosen Shirts.
Also, Importers and Dealers In NEN'S FURNISHING
41Fir Wimlassie trade supplied on the usual tome.
BAL LO U BROTHERS.
409, Broadway, New York
June 28, 1981.-3 mos.
TO THE CITIZENS OV CUMBER
The bodily Infirmity which forbids my engagement
In active labor, compels mo to ask of my fellow cl4zeria
the office of County Treasurer. If elected to that Mike
at the ensuing- election, I pledge all my efforts to dis
charge the duties of it with satisfaction to the public.
June 21, 1861.-6 t
ESTATE NOTlCE.—Letters Testa
mentary on the estate of Daniel Diller, late of
Monroe twp , dec'd., have been isvu-d tr the subscriber
residing in the same township, by the Register of Cum
berland county; notice is hereby given to all persons
indebted. to make immediate payment, and those hav
ing claims to present tbom duly authenticated for set
tlement to . ROSANNA DILLER;
June 14, '61.-8 t.* Executrix.
Natice in hereby given that letters of admltds
tra.ion, with the will annexed, on the estate of Philip
Weaver, late of the borough of Carlisle, deed., have
been issued - to the subscriber, residing ln.West,_Pepps
boro' twp. All persons having claims against said es
tate ore requested to present thorn. and those indebted
to make payment to CHARLES W. WIIA VER.,
June 14,'61.—8t. Administrator.
T HE STARS AND STRIPES STILL
WAVE AT THE
- - - - SIGN - OF- THE - -Bier-130-14-N-ET 4 . -
MRS. [[LITTON to nbw opening SUMMER MILINERY
of the VERY LATEST STYLES.
Ladles who wish to see , the largest and moat bawl
ful assortment of DOZINETS,
Childrens' Misses and Gypsey Hats,
French Flowers, Ribbons, French Lace Mantillas and
Fancy Goode in Carlisle, will please call at the sign of
the Big Bonnet, where they can•get the best Bargains
and the very
LATEST SUMMER STYLES
Ladles do not mistake the place for. Bargains and
those beautiful styles, ifew-opening-at She sign of tho
Big Bonnet. MRS. S. A. HUTTON,
June 7;'61.-31. North Hanover Street, Carlisle.
FSTA T E NOTICE —Letters of Ad
of dr="atr7at rg3wni ' nle
having been issued to the subscriber residing in the
same township, by the [Wetter of said co. All persona
having claims are hereby notified to present them, and
- thtsiyinlebted - ta - mairnpayment - to
' WM. N. OARDINEIt, Administiator.
N 0 , 1 , 1 C E ~—An assignment for the
benefit of creditors, having been made by Robert
Bryson, to John B. Coorer, Esq., all persons Indebted or
having claims will call and present their claims, or
make payment to JOIN 11. COOVER.
June 21, 1861.-6 J.. Assignee
LARGE ARRIVAL OF FRMSII
GitOCERIES—FISII OF ALL KINDS,
Among which is a large lot of Cho real genuine Balti
more dry salt HERRING, in oak barrels, MACK ABEL
at prices that is really astonishingly low. Pickett; of all
and a good assortment of
TOBACCO ALND SEGARS,
at the lowest rates fur CASH or Country Produce.
Carlisle, June 21, 1881.
SCROOL AND BUILDING TAX
FOR 158 L.
tr,„Tbe Taxable Citizens of the Borough of Carlisle, ar
hereby notified that the Duplicato for the School and
Building Taxes, of POI, has been issued to the under
signed Treasurer, and that he will be in attendance at
the County Court House, Commiseionera' Office, on
MONDAY, AUGUST 12,4861„_
between the hauls of fl and 12 In the forenoon, and 2
and 5 o'clock In the afternoon of said day, for the pur
pose of receiving said Taxes.
On all taxes pald on or before that day, a deduction
will bo made of
FIVE PER CENT.
The Treasurer will receive all taxes from persons wish
ing to pay, in the mean time, at his place of business,'
Marion Hall building, West Main Street.
J. W. EBY,. Treasurer.
Carlisle, June 17, 11161
D RUG 8,
MINCED MEAT,--PICKLES, &C.
S. W. -HAVERsTicK,
North Hanover Street, Carlizte, Fatale re.
Ilse Just opened an assortMent Of Pieeli — Drugs, Fan.
cy' Goode, Hitt Books, Perfumery, Fruits, and Confeo
tionary, which has never been surpassed in this bor•
ough, for novelty and elegance. - -The artlalin have been
selected with great ra.e, And are calculated, in-quality
and pulse, to,conunand the attention purchasers.
FANCY GOODS. -
which comprise ovary virletypf fancy articles of tire most
exquisite finish such as.
Papier Macho Goods, ,
Elegant alabaster and porcelain Ink-stands and trays,
Fancy Ivory, pearl and shell card cases,
Ladles' Fancy Baskets,
Fancy - Work Boxes, witlisowing instrumerits; -
I,adlcs' Cabaa, Writing Desks, antl.Portfellos. -
Port ?dorm:des, of - ovary variety,—
Gold pens Mid - pencils', Fancy paper weights, and a
large variety of ladles' Fancy statiobary.
MOttosulds and wafers, Silk - end bead purses,
Riding,whipaL elegantly finished. 'Fine cutlery,.
Parttime' baskets and bags, . .
Brushes or every kind for the toilet,
X. Balla and 11.. B G. Wright's Soaps andParfumee
of rattans kinds,. _
Fancy Pins foead drones and shawls. • • ,
Musical instruments, , - '
together with an Innumerable variety of firtlclifielogant
ly finish - ad - and suitable for. holiday pc-omits,. to which
be Invites special attention. ,
Englifili and American *hike - ,
richly liellished POETICAL, .WOll,K*„ Bibles' and
Hymn Ilboki, elegantly. .bound la velvet with metal
clasps and corners -- •
His Assortment at School Dooks and-School SU - 41°1ml it
Also complete, And"comprises everything used In, Or
Schools. Ile alse'dellres, to cell the' particular aAteu•
Ma' of Families Ed his elogiqkt esSortment of ,
P aa • - "
from the 4,tetleiveotabli Mel s eL,Oeruellue, Archer
and otliens of' Philadeltdira, cordnrlslng fivorY_JitYle_ of
Pirlor;ThanihefatidlitildrtanipT,4br .burning' either
Lard, 'Elperltio; Ktherial .011; DYOTT'S celebrated
Kerosene or Coot Oil Lampe, together with Flower Vases,.
Haney Screens, sc. Ms assortment In this
equaled it; the borough. Also,
aBOA KB AND, TOBACCO,
embracing all tbad'Aeorite brands; 'and a fine assort
meet of SINERBOIIAIISI SMOKERS AND. PIPES, •
much as °ranged, Lemons, - Pige,Uajslnp,. Nectarines;
Prunes, 44 PANOY ARY—NUTS=-elt6.
'• SHAVED . FRUITS,. ,NIN'IIO-;•IINAT, ao.;
- In every varlet) , mast all prices; all of Which ere pure
and freelieueh as.can be; eimadentik recommended -to
hie frtends.•• Illa'',akiak oftbreeee vyory.thipg i u 0,6 line
ot - Fetuty , aocAlw, - wlttr - mtdy other artfiles useful- to
, holy; ekeepern ',Fide's_ the public!. are 'espeelally luelled.
to Call and examine..; • r
Ittasatalm4r4bo fitemlieficerly coppoaltdthialank - bi!.
.Piqrt4A , inciviT okreat: ,;. . •
;24d IV . ttAviisno*
• 101 - 4'
r . tox
T HE BOWLING SALOON, nt the
Phoenix Itostatirint.undet Rhoom's Hall, Is fur.
-od with tie.? alloys, ,
OF THE MOST APPROVED CONSTRUCTION.
Persons fond of this honithfiAl Arrir'l9'out, will find
every opportunity for enjoying tso gliiiti,line from the
Intrusion of boys or improper persons.
April 121 I!nil, DEORIIN W. POLAND.
BILLIARDS: BILLIARDS:: i
A. the distance
'towed the Neck
BILLIARD PLATgRS will find at
the Phoenix Saloor4 under ltheem'e dell, two of
PHELAN'S CELEBRATED TABLES,
with Marble Beds end Combination Cushions. The
room in well lighted and heated. and furnished with
every convenience for the comfort of visitors.
Carlisle, Aprll 12, '6l. OF.OIIO 11 W. FOLAND.
B to 11 the Yoke
O to 0 Sleeie
D to 0 distance
around the body
undor the Arm
( - 1 REAT ATTRACTION AT LEON
NJI- AIM'S CIEHAP OLOTIIINO STORE.,
EDW'D• B. LEONARD, JR.,
E to E , the
Iles just returned from toe city of Philadelphia. and
opened a splendid azaortmout of READY MADE CLOTH.
INC, which cannot bo surpassed In style and finish.
The Clothing at this establishment, consists In port of
the following, viz:
DRESS AND racoon* COSTS,
lellgth of the
of which ho has a magnifident assortment of black and
fancy colors, rut In the latest fashions tastefully and
elegantly trimmed, and made In a superior manner. '
SACKS A7V7) MILF—SACKS,
of Cloths. CassimereA and Tweeds, all of new styles and
at very low prices.
VESTS! VESTS ! ! VESTS ! 1 !
The cichest and best assortment ever offered at thl
Corner, of Satin, Black and Pitney Silk, Valintia, Itmlan
Cloths, Marseilles, double-and Single breasted, of every
variety material and patern.
Plain and fancy French Doe skin cassimeres, oath
nett jeans and a great variety of others, all of which
will be sold at the very lowest prices.
SHIRTS I—Fine white linen and cotton of the newest
style and best make. Also, calico, chock and currying
shirts A large assortment of BOOTS and SHOES, for
Men and Boys, which can and will be sold cheaper than
ever. Alsoeseplendid lot of Trunks and Carpet Bags.
I therefore confidently invite one and all, to come and
see for )ourselves, as I will net attempt to describe the
bargains that may be expected, Tor I am determindd
that no opposition can sell lower.
443 - Remember LEONARD'S Corner.
EDWARD B LEONARD, Jr
Carlisle, May 10,1861.-1 y.
SELLING OFF AT TWENTY-FIVE
PER CENT. BELOW COST!!
At the sign of the "Gold Eagle,"3 doors above the
Cumborfand Valley Bank,. and two doors below the
Methodist Church. on Wett Main street, the largest
and best selected stock of
WATCHES AND JEWELRY
In the town, will be sold 30 per cent lower than at any
place In - the State The stock comprises a lerge assert
ment of Gold and Silver hunting-case watches, Levers,
Leplucs, American watches, and all other kinds and
GOLD AND SILVER CHAINS,
Gold Pens and'Penclls, Jewelry of all kinds, Spectacles
Gold - and - SilveroNatedandSllver.Ware, _
MUSIC BOXES, ACCORDEONS,
011 Paintings, a great variety of fancy articles, and a lot
of the finest Pianos, which frill be sold 40 per cent lower
than over offered In town. The entire stock. of Watch
maker tools, cases, large Mirrors, and Safe will be sold
wholesale or retaWon the easiest terms. '
i bedone as usual, eteduced pri7es.
Three Pianos at $lOO below the factory price on ac.
count of the Philadelphia Compr) , closing out. I will
soll at the Jewelry Storot
THREE ROSEWOOD PIANOS,
warranted, at two-third their real value on easy terms
'Yenned on Boon.
VOR SALE.—The large --,,
L three.story Brick [rouse on Main „.. _ 1 ;
Street, will be sold on easy terms. ; 144,' Z,..."^ -,
Call at the Jewelry Store in raid '....Aei?.1:1:..,..
April 19, 1680.
HE NORTH HANOVER STREET
- takes pleavore to anaoianve to Ito trloodsand patrorts
of the large arrival of thtlatost styies of
• _ • VESTINGS,
which will be made to order In the very latest styles
and warranted to give complete satisfaction, or no sale:
Perkons wishing to buy illeu's or Boy's - Wear by the
yard, will invariably save from fifteen to twenty per
cent. as rye can afford to sell goods much cheaper than
any competitor. A careful inspection of our large and
varied stock is respectfully solicited.
Apr =l2, 1861
NEW STORE, AND NEW GOODS.
HATS, CAPS AND STRAW GOODS.
114 T S,' C.9IAPS Sc.i
The subscriber has rocedtly opened a New. Store
at the old stand of J. D Halbert In North. Hanover St.
opposite the-Carlisle Deposit Bank.
Having received from New York and Philadelphia, a
fine and well selected assortmenfiif goods In his line°.
business, such as HATS and CAI'S, from the common
Wool to the tine Fur,
SILK' AND CASSIMERE HATS,
Spring Styles of Silk bats for 1861. Straw Hats for
Gentlemen, Jockey lints for Ladles s and fancy Hata and
Caps for Children, and
PIIZOES TO 'SUIT THE TIMES.
Also, Carpet_ Rags, VallilesTTrunks, Hand. Trunks,
Umbrellas and prime Bed Feathers. Au asset tweet of
tter• Prime Segall; and Tobacco. `lag
Than kl ul for the patronage already received ho would
Invite all his friends and the public generally to give
him a call. JACOB BOAS, Agt.
Carlisle, April 19, 1861.
LUMBER AND , COAL.
BLACK & DELANCEY,
LUMBER AND COAL YARD!
On the Rail Road, near the Gas Works.
Tho subscribers keep constantly on hand, a full as
Lumber & Coal, It
whist they e re fur- - - A y> 4 1_
nish to order promptly Walt*
and . on the most rea•
— :BOARDS. --FRAME-STUFF,.
Palings, Plastering and Shingling-Laths, Worked.Ploor
log, Weatherboarding, Posts, lialls,White Pine, Hemlock
and Oak Shingles, of eveiy quality. They also. furnish
bills to order of any length and afze, _at the shortest
notice and on tho r niest seasonable termer-Their worked
•biaitidirlfedliejitZunder cover, so that they can be fur
nished dry at all times,
They have constantly 'on band all kinds of Family
Coal under"cover, which will be delivered clean to any
_part of the borough. To wit:
: . TREVERTON,
And other varieties, knit.4olllle Varies:a sizes In use,
which they offer tA the litlblic at the lowest,prlces.
LIM ED u RNER43 AND . IILACKJ3MITIPS COAL aiways
on hand, at the lowest price. - • -
April 5, '61.—.11.- BLACK A. 'DELANCEY.
REAL ESTATE A i r , PRIVATE
The subscriber 'offerint private Bel a, orvreasonable
:torine,.-that velusblelot ofground alt. - - - -
wired On the caner of mii4l and West
Stroete. to the borough of Carlisle 14+:.. •• • _ !
I-obtaining rrlxtylitetin- fro - 6CM 140'
In- dspl broud -havingqbereon •ereeted ' ,
A LARGE WAREHOU;E:
NIRO vißEE.sro YIBRICICi/OUSES
• and 'Other necessary outbuildings. .
The Wahhouse Is doneedlently 'recited for business,
snd.the dwelling houses are In good rep*, furnished
with writer and ges,and all the modern ImpmveurentS.
`VI. If not sold,.the property 'Millie offered for
War terretrorOther information enquire of
NOTlCE.—Letters Testa :
, • rnentst7 upon theastate 'of John Fishburn,
dg 'olDlekinson'township, deo'd.„ baying, been issued
by'thoitssister .nf Cumberland county - to tho subsea.
hers, residing In Dickinson twp., rimice Is hereby given
10011 persons indebted to said estate. and those having
claims to present them duly nuthentie'ated for settle
n.'" t ° • .. • :ANTHONY 1 1 18413 URN.:
T N Flamer-
F I WI E: itT - F0 7, N0T10.11.--'=4.4etters' ALL:
• r! .oildlettatio u , irith annexed, of CM IntoL
-Ober Alyere.late of 311ddlositi dited.i.-heetot.bbert
fettled - by - tha - iteitleter Of •Outaberlatid'eouutyy to the
gigheerther molding Itesold ttep., notice le hereby, gieed
toe ll.fmteotie knowing thtieurelriettidebied .to :said' 0t...
t a w ) , otthof trOmodiuto . pnywont. and taloa° tio*ing
claims to proeoot them duly.elltheutteeted.-to , the on ,
dermigmed for payinen'ti Iti Nlty 1121C1:151, '
Jame 7, 'id. - 7 - 03- - dtholutkreter O. T; A.
It. E. SHAT I,EY
(VP GOODS, WARES,AND MER
TLICLIANDIAN.--Alsojilettlern,Lumbermen Fit's" ,
ors, de., within the County of Cumberland, retro 'led
and , lassltied in aecordrAce.with the several acts c ' Is.
sembly, its follows/to 'it:
k A. W. Bents. dry goads ` - ;':` 2
• Leidigh,-Bawyer &Co •, dry4OOde;
: . Woodward & Schmidt, produce,
Henry Saxton, hardware,
0. Diboll', grocetion,.
J. P. Lynn & Son; hardware,
Armstrong & Iloffer.lumher, •
J. W. Eby, groceries,
0. Oglihy, Truster), dry-goods,
S. M. Hoover, lumtur and coal, -
J. It. Nonernaser, produch,
J.•& D. Ithoade, ' do.
Uehry Rhoads, furniture,
- WM. Dante, groceries,
• R. E. Shepley. jewelry,
James Loudon, books,
John D. Gorges, stoves,
8. Elliott, drugs,.
J. B. Duncan, dn.
Asher WWI, clothing,
A. B Ewing, furniture,
W. Miles. drysgoods
N. ilantch, merchant tailor,
R. Moore, a150.',,. -
J. Mullin, merchant tailor,
Masonhelmer & Bro., confectionery,
J.O. Callio, hats,
A. M. Piper. Stationery,
T. Conlyn, jewelry,
8. Erninger, fly nets, whips,
John Irvin, oboes,
11. S. Ritter, merchant tailor,
F. C. Krarnor, jewelry,
8. W. Haver-stick, r.rugo,
D. Sipe, paper and furniture,
I. Livingston, nothing,
Arnold & Son, do.
J. A. Hums-rich. dry-goods,
David Cornmen. flour and feed,
Jacob Wolf, groceries,
A. Grisinger, do.
John Faller, do.
N. W. Woods, Agt, drygoode,
J. W. Smiley, clothing.
P. Monyer, confectionery,
Philip Arnold, dry-goods,
Jonathan Common, oboes,
W. D. A. Naugle. jewelry,
Joseph U. Steel, do.
George Orrssman, bakery
John - Schreall, - do
John Sellers, do
William Sellers. do
Henry Harkness, groceries
George Leiby, do.
David Keeney, do.
A. Monesmith, do.
Wm. Horn, do
J. itaunchecrab, do.
IL Wenchel, do.
Mrs. M. J. Stumph, do.
Harris & Smith, do.
Prof. Marshall, stationery,
A. H. Blair, morocco leather,
Black & Delancey, lumber,
G. rt. J. Keller, hats,
Humor & Fredericks, marketing,
William Askew, do.
David Fredericks, do.
John Eckerd, do.
Robert Allilson, do.
James Collie, son., do.
W loon Veuard, do.
Wm. Chonoweth, do.
D. Kitts & J Boas, do.
Augustus Croll, dealer
Barney Hoffman, groceries,
Chas. Eckels, do.
Wm. Gould, do.
James Cello, do.
Mary Morris, stoves,
Edward Leonard, clothing,
Henry Peters, grocer,
Harlon At, ffwigert, marketing,
L. Myers, grocerlks,
S. M. Kieffer, drugs.
A. A. Line, marketing,
Margaret Neff, millenary, _
E. Stall, do.
Mrs. J. Hutton, do.
Charles ihspley, furniture,
John B: Meek, groceries.
Roller Jr. Washmood, .dry goods,
John T. Green, do.
Boujarnln Plank, do.
Barney Gardner, - -41 n.
Jerry Gardner, do.
Herr & Hummel, lumber,
ltngtetrart - & - Co.; ----
David Ling Wait, lumber,
Adam Bolinger, do.
D. J-Itynard & Co., do.
Martin S. Ryan, do.
G. W. Feeler, dry-goods,
Wiliam Banks, groceries,
Jacob Renningor, do.
John M'Cormack, do.
Jacob Longnecker, do.
D. Denlinger, drygoods,
Michael Free, produce,
S. It. Patterson, do.
Josoph Bidlnman, marketing,
J. H.' ilauso, do.
Christian Eve, do.
William Wolf, do.
David Brown, • .do.
John Hummel, saddlery,
1r D.A N EFOED
William Orooo, dry.goode,
H. Rupp & Son, dry-goods,
H. Rupp, produce,
Hither & Wine, shoes,
Cyrus Temple°. furniture,
George L. Hale, stoves,
John Soirer, marketing.
Samuel Immons, drygoods,
Wm H. Sekels, do.
John M Tnmplen, furniture,
Moses Baia, marketing,
William P. Lloyd, drugs,
Abraham Browers, dry-goode,
Crall, marketing, 14 7 00
Hiram Longneckor, produce,
A. M. Leldlgh, drygoode,
J; A. Cauffman, t , do. 13 10 00
Alexander St Mullin. dry-goods, 13 10 00
Samuel Knipp, Flour, 14 7 00
C. Hoover, marketing, 14 7 00
Daniel Wolf, Sr. Soo. do. 14 7 00
S. Klutess, do. 14 7 00
C. hoop. furniture, 14 . 7 00
Alfred Aloore,dryrgoods, 14 " 1 00
11.. J. St,aphons, dry-goods,
Brindle% Sal, do.
D. L. Deviney, drugs,
Palette! Plank, dealer,
Henry Spahr, flour,
D. 11. Voglasong, dealer,
D. IL INool, — dry'gnodsi - - - -14- - --- 7 0 0
Gomviller & Zug. do. . 13 10 00
Robeit tiryaon, dealer, 14 7 00
David tderklaff, marketing, 14 7 00
Robert lletrich, do. 14 7 00
David Strohm, drygpoda,
John J. Coble. do.
Jacob Simmons, do.
Michael Leidich,. do.
Joseph Fink. merchant tailor,
John B. Leldlgh, produce,
John Houk, dealer,
Fisher Si Kapp, dealer,
G. 11. Bucher. do.
F. Breckenmaker, marketing,
Henry Zeigler, dry.goods,
EV D. fir Kinney,
William Venard, marketing,
E. L. Shryock,
HECHA NUMB VIIG
Kauffman dr. Oswald, produce,
-D. Comfort ,dc Sons,Arputpdh . __
Joseph Milligan, lumber,
Dantol Grabill, clothing, .
Bobb Garrltson, hardware,
It. Witgou 5 Sous. stoves,
J. B. Herring, drugs,
L. Kauffman, do.
Ira Day, do.
Boyer St. Brandt, dry.gords,
Joseph Irvin, confectionery,
John S. Boyers, hardware,
Samuel W. Worst, furniture,
John Rupp, do
MMar Eberly, dealer,
Leldlch _it Mathews, do.
Brindle &Nuiswanger, dry-goods
Levi Belgic. shoes and hate,
Mergaret Holmes, shoes,
Mrs. E. Lamont, do,
Aacob Swartz, jewel
John_nolgle; dry v g=
Henry Lese, do. .
Andrew Singisee, groceries,
G. Emingor, - do.
Tr: BiormAry.goodn, _ . -
• J. P. lifOrol/11borger, muelo store,
Thomas . It. Bryeou, produce,
John Johnon* Son, do, .
Joseph Singiser, do.
Zacharins Ilaserstick, produce,
George Hummel, do. -
John Johnion, roarltoting
tioo„ Eitlnoure, do..
Goo. Koser.:. '
• Fredr - alnrshil; ,''do..
---Peter'43lnorechi merketing,:" -- .
„ HEW OtItdDIIBLAND.
^ dry•goOds, •
Jno. 5.1111er 0 ,do
Andress , Roy+, pr6ddoo,
. Cb.a.des Opder. lembor.
Leo k tberly, do.
V. Feeman., do.
C: & J. P. Brown ? hardware,
' 8. G: `drugs,
'. Wm., Buittri, •
. T.' M'Oludish, ~do. •
BCoUgh, do. '
L SrCullougb, gruser,
Jairp4 Luughlln, olutadog,
L. B. Handel, ,do.
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13 10 oo
12 12 50
14 7 . 00
14 7 OD
14 7 00
1 4 . _7 PO
13 10 oo
13 7 00
14 7 00
13 10 00
14 7 00
14 7 00
14 7 00
14 7 00
FOR THE SPEEDY CURE OF
Coughs, Colds, Influenza, .Croup, _Hoarse.
tress. Bronchitis, Pneumonia, Diseases
of the Bowels, arising from Cold,
Incipient Consumption, and
for the relief and (if at ail
possible) cure of Pa.
befits in advat c.
ed stages of the latter disease.
lion, combining the heeling propertbut of the Dolma,
with the invigorating qualities of a Cordial, producing
a combination so well adapted, to the'mimeses' Intend.
ed, that thorn are but few cases of disease which will
not, a an early period, succumb to Its healing and life
Orin properties. - SIM' XIS
ye ages, has the treatment of pulmonary dlseases
oc pied the greater partite or the attention of the
AfHentifle of the medical world, hut none acquired more
eminence in Ids treatment of these .diseases, than the
celebrated Prussian Dr. LIOOPLIND, the nil - gloater of the
Balsamic Cordial. Hie life was devoted to 'the produc
tion of reraedie , that would stand unrivalled. How
well he has succeeded, the American people are able to
judge: and we positively assort, that no preparations
that have ever been placed before them, have conferred
the same amouat of benefits on suffering htmaanity, or
have elicited sd many commendations from all classes
of soclety,as the remedies of Dr: Hootladd, prepared by
Dr. C. Id. Jackson & Co4 - of Philadelphia.
The ^ordial is , designed For a class of diseases more
general and more fatal than any other to which the
people of this country are subject—those springing from
a " tamer COLD." That eminent , authorlty, Dr. Bell,
'says: "I will not say that Colds to our Inhabitants
what the PLAOUK ithd"YELLOW Faun are to those of ether
Countries; but I can aver confidently that tviy usher
in disease of greater compliglty and mortality than these
14 7 00
17 10 00
14 7 00
14 7 00
14 7 00
14 7 00
Entirely Vegetable, NoAlcoholicPrepnzation
Dr., C. M._ JACKSON & Co., Phila. Fa
LIVER COMPLAINT, DYSPEPSIA, Jaundice, Chronic
or Nervous Debility, plseasea of the Kldneys,andall
diseases arising from a disordered Liveror Stotnach.
Such as Constipatlon,Jbward Plies, Fulness or Blood
to the dead, Aeldity -- of the Stomach. Nensea, Heart%
'burn, Disgust for Fond, Fulness or Weight lu the Stom
ach, Sour ErvatationsySinking °slit - acting at the Pit
, of the Stomach, Swimming of the Head,. Hurried end
Difficult Breathing; stuttering at. the Heart, Choking
or Suffocating sensations when tire tying posture, Dim
neve of Vision, Dote of webs before the Sight, Fever and.
Dull. Pain in the Head, neticiencrot Perspiration, Yel
lownese' of the Skin and'F,y,es; Pilo IQ the Onte, Back,
Chest, Limbs, Ac. - Sudden Flustiesi of Heat, 'turning
in the Flesh; Constant itestginingelettvii,iswierea
-Thiptereilene or 6ffiit.A.i Mid - WM positively preventWele
Jo* .Waver, HI Inoue Poser, dco, , •..
Tbe,Prbprietor in calling the attention of th public
to thlErproparation;,does s 9 with a feeling of the Utmost
confidence in itivirtueit and adaptation to the diseases
for witre.h It Ia recommended.
.14 • ,700
.12 - 12 pi)
12 12 50
12 , 12 60
14 '! 700.
14 . 7 Oif
• ' It Is 'no nett and -untried ertlole bat one that has
stood the test of a twelve years' trial before the Amerb
ban - m:ople, mid.lts reputation and sale are unrivalled
•by any similar preparation extant — .The 'testimony in
its favor Oven by thp , most prominent •and well•known
Physicians and-Individuals In lbw cOuntrrialmin - 0 n,,,,,
and A carefulimrouttrof the Almanac, .published aunu.
ally by the preprietera, and to be had )grails' of any of
tbelr Agorae, cannot but satisfy tbe.rnost skeptical that
min .. remedy is' really deserving this great celebrity it
has obtained. , - "1 - ' ~ ' ~•
~,• .., • •
• g*:. S. TV. II A`VItiIf3,TIOIC, Agent, fortarllido. and by
Dealers every here. ' . - - • [Apr.l% wm . ..••4 3 , ,
, • - • Nei. sas, iii!Arqprer 'STREET.
4,3 S ': T. '. wiLsON,.... ,
14, 7 00
14 ,_ 7 00
_• g ,
14 • 7 00
14 - - 700
13 • 10.00
12 12 50
1 310' 00
3 1,0 00
' 12 50
14, • .7.00
BVITER; Etas , oLottn . 86KA POuLTRYf'D'ACON
,LARD; SUBS, wept, pELTB,• ao„ -
• ' 13 ]OOO
14 • ' " 700
t 4 700
13 " • 10_00
. 18;. 10;00
13 ,, ' ,70 00
.rrorript .bn the •-
• ; to X of the UrOtire.
" IIEvERENCEs—r.MOCoIchOOO . .* Zolllnei J. Palmer &
&.(10.;4olin 11, hilelehor &Co:: Teddlo, * showells
*detrain', Pe.: Samuel Perry: John 1 10 )¢d. 11.-Burrell &
co,, Brown t tOboid. New York.
S. °tosser, grocer,
It. Frey, stc7'es
J. B. Cobaugh, 'Ara., ' , rotes,
.1. H. Herring, Agt. - ,.chabiti -
Jonathon Fermi, mattrket ! tlt
A'. . Furhmatii,: .
rr93 l .‘•
S. Miller, &
John - L(4IN. 14
Iltlnnde&.Washingery'dr'goods, — ' tl4,
James Nyle, ' '!' 'do. • l3
llurst& Ilityg; iO. - -- 14
A. 31inteh. do. 14
Jacob Wagner marketing, 14
Leiria Co , lead Barn, produtiE". 13
Snyder' &Ko utile, ! dot ' I t •
J. & J. lillursN .!
- Netncorner & Horn; • - do. 13
James Bishop , market ing, 14.
Howera.&.Lasthaw,dryfgOods, - -- 13
Henry Snyder, shoes, • .14
J. 41.11. Ilureh,(Oakillin, ) roryr ng, 13 ,
James ( b een, dry-goods, ; A 13
Shoemaker & Co:, do. ~ 13
John Newcomer, Saari" -
Hoover , & Itebuck, marketing, 14
Christian Stevick, 14 •
William Myers, dry:goods,
William Wams, do. •
Miss ddr -- -
George Russel, do„ •
David Ilays, do.
11. Ocker, do.
Jacob Bishop. markeilug,
Jacob Baotou', do.
WEST PEENSII9IIOI7.I . Ii.
Woodward & Schmidt, produce, - 14
Line & Uhler, do. 14
Theodore llompshier, do. 13
Eber James, dry-goods, 14
G. W. lioblusou, do. 13
E. James,, do. . 13
Alexander Geodhart, Marketing . , •:, 14
Wm. Bishop, do. 14
Jerry Keep, do. - 14
Jacob Ilaushew, i3ry;goods, - l4
Strohm & Allen, drpgeods,
Clark & Sone, .- do.
Cleo. Clover, do.
Schoch & Sone, do..
J. Baker, groceries, , ' 14 7 00
S. C. Hellen, do. . 13 10 00
. 1). Cris Nell, furniture, • 14 7'oo
D. Frantz, do.. 14 7 00
B. J. Suoddy, do. 14 / 00
P. S. Arts, groceriep,l4 7 00
A. Hostetter, clothing, 14 7 00
Mrs. M. Dubs, notions, ' ' 14 700
Cox &51'Cune, dry-goods, .13 10 00
Itanken & Brothers, drujps, 14 7 00
.1. Heck & Co., dry goods,. • 13 * lO 00
If. Sturgou, trimmings, 14 ' 700
J. Landis. jewelry,. 14 • 700
Foreman & Bro., groceries, 14 7 00
J. & J B. Redding, dry.goode, ; 12 12 60
Grahil & Johnston, hardware, 12 12 50
11. Ilysinger, jewelry, 14 7 00
A. F. Wolf, stoves, 14 7 00
Kelso& Hinkle. stationery, 14 7 00
Willis, Moore & Co., dry goods, l3 10 00
3,11 Criswell, drugs,. 14 7 00
A. Softer, forwarding andyroduee, 13 7 00
itubey & Lawton, prodtice, ,- 10 • 20 00
Blair & Brother, do. 71 15 00
Martin Angle, lumber, 13 10 00
John Wunderlich,. lumber, 14 ._,. ~,.. 700
Philip Deitrich, groceriee, 11 7 00
Johnson & Soarer, forwarding, 11 10 00
Benjamin Biggs, marketing, 14 7 00
J. W. Meteor, do. 14 7 00
Stuart & Sou, dry.goode, 12 'l2 50
G. B. Cole, shoes and hats, 14 7 00
J. Bridges merchant tailor, 14 7 00
Isr.-el ~I Hughes, stoves, 14 7 00
Jacob Pague. groceries. 14 7 00
Forney & M'Plierson, hardware, 11 /0 00
John Stombaugh, . do. 14 7 00
Stevick, li u n tie & Co., dry-goods, 13 10. 00
C. W. Croft. hate &oboes, • , ' 14 • 7 00'
John C. Altiok, groceries, 14 7 00
C. 11. Hinkle, carpets, 11' 7 00
C. Fosnaught, confectionery, 14 7 00
BEER, OYSTER & EATING - HOUSES. '
'7 - -- 10 00
7 10 ,
Andre - W61.)b1, Carlisle;
George Poland, "
Preirk. Kenner, • "
Gotluib Switzer, "
Samuel Sykes, "
Jacob Stratton, "
William Sykes, "
John Hoffman, "
Jameit Wharfe, "
11. Arnoldi, • "
Airs. Low, "
Mrs. C. Myers, " ,
Mrs. C. Murray. "
- 11rs. - 13. Williams, "
Ewing Clatk, "
.1. Deffunbsugh, East Penneboro',
D. 11. Diller, Monroe, •
S. Grove. Upper Allen,
John Doyle, "
J. T. Itippoy, Shipponshnrg, 8 6
T. G. Hoffman, " 7 10
James Mackey,." 7 10
John Steloy, Meehaubsibnirg. I.• 7 10
Peter Wagner ; 7 . 10
Henry Ellerin • t:" " L - 7 10
John Rupert, -7 10
John Nicholson, Newviiie, 8
.1. Si J. Crawford, "
JUSeph IthottiP, 8 5
BREWERS AND DISTILLEkS.
Wet. Alexander, Carlisle,
R. Quigley, Newton.
A. Boater, 'South Middleton,
M. 0. Iteitzhooser, Monroe
D. II Voglosong. Upper Alien,.
W. Henderson, North Middleton,
TEN-YIN ALLEY & BILLIARD TABLES,
Ems hual WeNell, I table,
George Fol,sti. 2 tables,
George Foland, 1 alley,
Jamas Wharf.), 2 tables,
All persons In the above llgt aro hereby notified to
take up their 'lemma without delay.
June 7. A. L. SPQNSLEIL
D R. 1100FLA.ND'S ItATAAI%II.O
WILL EFFECTUALLY CURT
HEELF 4 W - & — WILSON.—
FAMILY 811 vilkuptectiirm
- - 7 00
V 7 00
Now style with the latest improvements, et great')
reduced prices. These machines are noiseless, run rap
idly and form a seam of unequalled strength, beauty.
and elasticity, which will not rip.. They are, tongues
tionably, BEBT MACHINES IN THE MARKET.
for family and general use, they will
HEM, .FELL, STITCH AND - RUN, '
They can do anything that any other machine can do
oir The new Remmers and other now improve.
- • merits, without extra charge.
WHEELER Sr. WILSON'S
-None ere bettor adapted to fismtsy-ute,—
The undersigned having been iippointed•agents for
Cumberland County, offer theni to the 'public with per
feet confidence, that those who purchase will find them_
as represented above. Persona wishing to see the ma.
chines in operation, will pleasicall at - the store of li. 9
Ritter:or at the Railroad °Rico, Carlisle, Pa. For fur
Cher information apply 'to . . .
Carllele,lllnrch 16, 1861.-6 moa
URNITURE WARE ROOMS.-.
HENRY A, -.RHOADS
0 4 . apt
WEST HIGH STREET CARLISLE.
The subscriber hogs leave respectfully to law m the
citlsene of Outline and vicinity, that be'•haa now on
hand and is manufacturing, every variety of Cabinet
Ware, consisting In part of,
DRESSING CASES, AIARBLE TOP TABLES.
Gilt Moulding, Oval Frames Ac. This work Is
warranted of the best materials and workmanship, em
bracing all the latest city styles, and will be furnished
at tbe L lowest retail prices.
N. 11.—CoMne made at short notice, and funerals at.
ended to promptly in town or country.
Carlisle Oct. 12, 'BO.-Iy.
REMOVAL.—Da. numLs has re
moved his office from one door west of Saaton's
Hardware Store, to his residence. own est Main Street,
directly episodic the Railroad office, Carlisle, Pa.
Office hours, more particularly, frOmli to 10. A. M.,
and from I to 3 P. M. Ap.26431-13m...
STOOD THE TEST OF YEARS,
,And-grows.more and_ more-popular every day I
AND testimonials, new; anti_ alnn*
without number, might be given from ladles and
gentlemen, in all grades of society,' whose united testi
mony none could resist, that Prbf. Wood's Hair Restora
tive will restore the bald and gray, and preserve the
hair of the youth to old age, In all its youthful beauty.
Battle Creek. Mleb,, Dikatfitar
PROF. WOOD: Thee will please accept a line to inform
thee that the hair on my head - all fell Off Over twenty
years ago, caused by a Lomplicated chronic disease, at
tended with an eruption. on the head. A continual
course of suffering through' life havidg reduced me to a
state oldepondence, I have hotheen.abhatuobtain stuff.
for caps, neither hove T been able to do them up, In
consequence of which my head has suffered extremely
Rom cold. This induced MO to pay Briggs & Hodges
almost the last cent I had on earth for a two difilar
bottle of thy Hair Restorative. about the firstof August
last. I have faithfully followed LIM directions and the
bald spot is now covered with hair thick and black,
though short, It is also coming in all over my bead.
Feeling confident that another large bottle would tea
tore it enthely and permanently, I feel antleuX to
persevere in Its use,auctbelardestitute of menus to
purchase any more, I would ask thee-if thee wouldet
not he willing to send. me an order on thine. agouti for
a bottle. and receive to thyself the scripture declaration
—"the reward is to those that are kind to the widow
and the fatherless." Thy friend,
Ligonier Noble Co, Indiana, Feb. sth, 1859.
Poor. 0..1. Worm: Dear Sir—ln the latter part of the
year 1852, wlalle‘attending tho State and National Law
School of the State of New York, my hair, from a amuse •
unknown to me, commenced. failing off very rapidly, ea
that in the short apace of six months,..the whole upper
part of nay scalp was almost entirely bereft of its cover
g. and mucti_otthexemaining portion upon the side
and back part of my head shortly after became gray, so
that you will not be surprised when I toll you that
upon my return to the State of Indiana, my more casual
_acquaintancea_avere not_tio much.athloss.to discover
the 'cause ca.' the change in my appearance, as my more
/01.imate acquamtances were to recognize me at all.
rwtonce made application to the most skillful phy
siclansThar° country, bait, receiving no assurances
from them hat my hair could again be restored, I was
forced to becoaeareeonciled to my fate, until, fortunate
ly, in the latter part of the year 1857, your Restorative
Was recommended to me by a druggist, as being the
mostteliable Hair Restorative In usu. I tried one bot
tle, and found to my great satisfaction that it was pre•
dueing tho desired effect. Since that time, I have used
seven dollars' worth of your Restorative, and as a Mena
have a rich coat of very soft black hair, which no money
As a mark of my gratitude for your labor and skill in
the production of so wonderful an article, I have re.
commend.' its use to many of any trionds and acquaint.
anew, who, I am happy to Inform you, aro using it with
like effect. Vary respectfully, yours
A. M. LATTA,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law.
Depot, LLt Broadway, and sold by all dealers through
out the world.
The Restorative Is put up In Bottles of three sizes,Ntx.,;
_large, _medium, and small ; the small bolds half a pint
and retails for one dollar per bottle; the medium holds
at least twenty per cont. more In proportion than the
small, retails for two a bottle; the large holds a quart
forty per cent. more in proportion and retails for $3 per
0. J. WOOD k CO., Proprietors, 444 Broaditly, New
York, and 114 Market Street, St, Louis, Mo.
Sold by ail good Druggists and 'Fancy Goods
Dealers. • [Ap. '6l.
pRoF.__DE GRATH'S ELECTRIC
THE NEW PRACTlCE.—ElectricCures.—Pain Is the
prow onitor of death; relleve the pain and you check
Aar. THIS OIL ACTS ON THE SYSTEM WITU ELECRTICITY.—
Is of pure vegetable preparation', not the slightest den.
gar of applying it outwardly or inwardly; it et once
gives a permanent cure, In most. I aces, in from ten to
The beet physiologists of Europe have discovered that
all organic derangement In the animal system is an of
feet of the obstruction of the physlco electric fluid In
the organ diseased a skilful application of the Oil
puts in immediate motion the nervous fluid, and the
cure is at once accomplished. No bleeding, no vomit
log, purging or blistering is resorted to.
Prof. De Grath's Electric Oil Is the marvel of this age
for the followowing, (not every thing )
Cures Ithouniatism often In a day.
Cures Netintlgia, Toothache, two minutes.
Cures Cramp In the Stomach, five minutes.
Cures Burns, Wounds ; Bruises, ono to three days.
Cures Headache. fifteen minutes.
Cures Ear Ache, Stiff Neck, Ague, ono night.
Cures Piles, Swelled Glands, ten days.,
Cures Felons, Broken Breasts, Salt Shoum, two to
Cures Hemorrhage, Scrofula, Abcess, six to ten days.
Cures Frosted Feet and•Chilbialne, ono to three days:
Cures Ague and Fever, one to 'two days, and all the
Nervourrand Scrofulous Affections.
Cures Deafness in one .to few days.
Cures all Pains in the Back, Breast, etc., in 2 days.
anarznass -CURED I
• Now IfivXs4 Nay Hith, 1056.
Prof. Do Grath—My brother has been, deaf three years,
and one bottle of your Electric Oil cured him entirely.
Yours, ' opt/Farm It. SCRANTON.—
ANOTHER i INSTANT CURE ,
Huntingdon, Pa., Sept.. 1856.
I do'cartify that Prof. De Grath 's Electric OH is In
fellable for Rheumatic ,tiaina. My wife for some time
past has been greatly afflicted and unable to walk, has
been restored ,by the Application .of this oil almost In
stantaneously. I can cheerfully recommend It to ab
brs. JOHN WILLIAMSON.
PILES,--Charics Flexion, Es., ex-Mayor of Cairideri
Says six applications cured h im. Almost' Cured- his
.. [Editor of Law Magatlne Cured Instantaneously.]
Olmrd 'louse, Philadelphia.
Prof. Clew. De Orath4-.1, freely give it as my opinion
hat' yonr Electric 0.1 Is itniong_tha_niost-yronderful
remedies of niodern times. At the earneat 'request of
lady. who alleged that she had''-boon cured of a Mort
'painful alLetien by ice use, I waft Induced to trYrii
tle, though at the time of purchasing,' hate believed
it to boa quack.nunliclne..and ti..catchpennylminbug.
lint atrial-convinces me that It possesses a magic power,-
and it will prove a blessing to suffering humanity.,. •
I recently took'n cold from aliening In datnp sheets,
and my neck became aotuuchmwollen and pelnfulthat
I could not tern my - head. - . ' - - •
After using, Without success , everything prescribed
• by, my pliyeklitu,l last ovening.tried.yourtieetric.oll.
This morning rani well, the relief having Veen as coin.
plate as It.was Instantaneous.
•Yours very trul3r,
• "'Editor Monthly •Law.Magaaine, •
' 187 11rMidway, , tititt 120 West 14th ilt., , N. Y. •
Mr, ~Livingston belongs to the old; wealthy and:high
,ly respectable faMilles of the old settlers of New York,
.-Any one can addreits,him on the auhject df the Olive
letter, which will be answered - with_plcsisure„
' Principal Depot, 277"8601103th Streati
brait - Druggista, an'criti"Jeriseiatty Van -
Wailiington ateeet; ShipleVri, Grove atreet
Pr. Zabriskie's, earner of Orovi and flenth 'Bth Street;'
0. • Ptp:l2,
. • .
-. VINE; - EVA X
BUMS of the latest .BtyTee andlmprovement'.
'liarrig - bonglit ettruntamal large , atookrof
we Flt sell Elio entire ;stack at 'Very - Fowl/Am-6i -4INN
• a very large assortment - of CoSartorthiewarkenl Mods.
gfg..Stocks. Neck. Tire,Cravats. Feralliblrla anode,
ac., at the lowest prices at' • I. LIVINGSTON'S.
Aprlll2, 'M, , North Afenorpr Street.
H. 8 RITTER, or
H O WO MNi
nth rs "B L OOM .01` ROSES.",, A - rich and 'flattens.'
color for the cheektier lips. It will not wash or rub off
and When 'once applied, remains durable for years. The
tint is so rich and natural, that the (doted 'scrutiny
falls to detect its We:- Can be removed by lemon juice
and will not Injure the skin. This Is; newPreparatten
used by the celebrated Court Beautiek, orLonsion and
Paris. Mailed free, in •bottiss, with directions For use,'
for - $l4OO
mums pcoun , TOILET POWDER," ImPirta a
dazaling whiteness to the complexion, and is unlike
- - - , anything else ueed-lbr-ttlik-OrpOSOßlaile-d-free—for
- 60 (hints.
AUNT'S BRITISH BALM," removes tan, freckles,
sunburn end-all eruptions of the skin. 'Mailed free ror
HUNT'S "ISIPERTAL POMADE" for the bale atren ,
gthens and improves Its growth, keeps it from failing off
and is warranted to make the hair curl. Mailed free for
HUNT'S "PEARL * BEAUTIFIER," for the tooth and
gums, cleanses and whitens the tooth, hardens the gums
purifies the breath effectually. preserves.the teeth and
prevents toothache. Mailed free for $l,OO
HUNT'S BRIDAL WREATH PERFUME," a double
extract of orange blossom and cologne. Mailed free for
81,011 This exquisite perfume was first used by the
Princess Royal of England, on her Marriage. Messrs.
Hunt & Co., presented the •Princess with an elegant
viewer Perfumery. HO which all of the above articles
• were Included)to handsome cut glass with gold stop.
perm, valued at $l5OO, particulars of *bleb appeared In
the,puldle prints. . _ .
All the above articles sent free, by express, for $5,00.
Cash can either accompany the order,-or be raid to the
express agent on delivery orgoods:- -1111DIT-&*Co.
Perfumers to the Queen.
Regent St.. London, and 77 Sanocim St., Philadelphia
Pa.- For Sale by ell Ormmists and Perfumers.
on. The Trade supplied. Oct. 26,7 60.-ly.'
N 11.111 7 GOODS.—FIRST ARRIVAL .
Ogilby'a Cheap Caah Store
I have just returned from Philadelphia and am now
openings lot of handsome, desirable and cheap DRY
GOODS, bonghtfor cash and will be . "Sold' at 'astonish
ingly low prices.
A large stock of new style prints, Chaleye, Debanes,
Gllnghams, and other Dress floods in great variety. A
now stock of bleached and unbleached Muslins, Tick
loge; Shootings, Diapers, Linens, Checks, dm —A full
assortment of Black Silks very cheap and very good.
Another stock of those first class Steal Spring Skirts and
HOSIERY I lIOSTERY !
Ladles', Gents', Misses', and Children's Roes in great
variety at low prices. GLOVES of all kinds and , price.
CARPETS I CARPETS! I CARPETS! I
A now supply or Ingrain, Cottage, Uomp, eud Rag
An persons In want of new style Spring. Goods are
respectfully invited to call and examine this stock be•
fore purchasing elsewhere. • 01(AS. 0G11.1.117,
March 29,'01. Trustee.
No. 206, North Bth Street above Race,
. On hand an for nale,,Aeholce. assortment of superior
patterns . , andII I ' PLAITV O - OROER, "
Bracelets, l er
. - kin g s; ' Finger Rings , Breast
Pins, Crosses, Necklaces, Vest and
Guard Chains, &c., &c.,
zir Orders enclosing the hair to be plaited, may be
sent by mall.--Olve NDrawing as near as you can on
paper, and enclose such amount as you may choose to
pay.--Oo.t as follows: Ear Rings $2 to $6; Breast Pine
$3 to $7; Finger Rings 75 cts. to s3,to; Veet Chains $3
to $7; Necklaces $2 to $lO.
021. Hair.put into Medalions, Box Breast - Pins, Rings,
&c. Old Gold and Silver bought at fair rates.
April 6, 18o1.—ly.
FOR SALE Olt RENT.—
The subseribee bfforti fo - r — sitle or rent, the new
- on North liannver Street. Posselision
given on the Ist of April next. The
- House has nine "moms, is • furnished
• 1-- with' water and gas, and suitable eith
etfer_hualuesiter_a_PriVetil_residenee.._ - •
Oct 20, 1860.-t f. JANIE§ Ti WI AT Fat.
. • A. B. EWING'S
West High- Street, Carlisle, Pa.
(Premium awarded at the Cumbeftrlnd County
Agricultural Fair of 1857.)
The subscriber has Just received the most splendid
assortment of articles in his line, ever brought to this
place—which he is determined to sell at prices that de
Parlo r 1
Embracing every article used by Howie and Motel
keepers, of the most approved and fashionable design
and finish. Including also Cottage furniture In Bette.
reception and Camp Chairs, Mattrasses, Jilt frames,
pictures, &c., &C.
Purchasers are requested to call and examine his
stock, at his extensive ware-rooms, West Main street,
North side. A. B. EWING.
"- 'I a ttentl - Mi given as "usual - to funetals
orders from town and country, attended to promptly
and on moderate terms. A. B. E
Carlisle, May 12, 1858.-19.
rust received another new and cheap
. lot of Itlchardsons, Dunbar .4 Dixon Linens, MII3
line, Calicoes &c., &c. At the cheap Cash Store
Nov. 2. 1860. CHAR. OG MD Y, Trustee.
CARPETS: CARPETSI CARP.ETS
Persons going to housekeeping and others want
ing to refurnish, are respoctfully invited to examine
our large and varied.sto-it of Carpets, such as Brussels,
three'ply, superior Ingrain, English and Domestic, Ve
nition 3 /, I widths,
RENIP' AND RAG CARPETS,
Druggefe, Rugs, Straw and Cocoa Mattings, Oil Cloths
for Halls, Loo_hytg,cilasses, plahrand fancy blinds and
shades, fixtures, &c.
Housekeeping Goods of Every Description.
Having purchased these goods for. Nett Cash, we are
prepared to offer great inducements to buyers, as we
have lately gone Into this business we can warrant our
goods new and fresh.
LEIDICIf SAWYER & MILLER,
• Carlisle, March 8,'61. East Main Street.
VAN INGEN & SNYDER,
Designers and Engravers on Wood
N. E. CO}. FINTII & CHESTNUT STS.,
_,4FXECUTE all kinds of Wood Engra
v fag wit', beauty, correctness and dispatch. 0,1
giniil designs furnished for Fine Book Illustrations
Persons wishing cuts, by fending li,Ph4ograph or Da
guerreutype, can have views of Colleges, Churches, Store
Fronts, Machines, Stoves, Patents, ace., engraved as well
as ou personal application.
Fancy Envelopes Labels, Bill Readings, Show Bills.
Vhdting, Busbies and other Cards, engraved In the
highest style of art, and at the lowest prices.
Nor specimens of fine engraving see the Illustrated
works of J. B. Lippincott do Co., E. It. Butler & Co. '
Nov. 60, 1860.-Iy.
HAS LEFT LEONARD'S COR
J. W. SMILEY
Hereby, gives notice to his friends, customers, and the
piddle, that he has removed his store from Leonard's
corner to his now room—formerly known as Keller's
hat store—On North-lianOror Street, between the Car•
lisle Deposit flank and llnyett's grocery Store:
' His stock of READY•Id ADE CLOTHING, Boots,'
Shoes and flats is largo and . complute,' and y r ou
can depen .1 upon the fart that ho ran and will
sell cheaper. than ever: and always Intends to
sell good goods and at a lower „price than any person
Always on hand, the moat seasonable, beet made
,and fashionable Coate, Pantalooos and Vests
from the commonest to the boat qualities, which
cannot fail to fit, pleamtho eye and give sane
faction in general. Also, Shirts, Undershirts and
&Myers, collars, cravats, suspenden3, gloves, stockings,
&a, A., all to be sold at the very lowest . prices..
BOOTS AND SHOES
Always on band, a largo and complete assort. Iv
meet of every variety of Hoots, Brogans, Oxford
Ties, Slippers, Gaiters, :Jefferson s, Am., for Ladles 1 1 , 1
and Gamin:nen, Misses and Boys, .youth and
children, all to be sold cheap. Also on , band and con
Manny manufacturing the best Fine French and Mena
M"rocco Boots,.and Jeffersons for Ladies. *3— All rips
sewedfreeof cbarge. ' • .
RATS: . •
, A•large stock of Ilatn for •Mon, Boys andit
- 01211dren, common, good and flue. All aoll!
wing cheaper, than over. • • .
TRUNKS. TRAVKLING niaktAllillti.LAS,VErt- _
ICANISHD - OUM COATS:' AND Imaumps—
CHE ,PP,g_ THAN R n R., _ . _
I hereby tendor my thanks to my customers and
frieude. (0,004 favors, and earp.s.etly solicit you all to
(11l and see me and my stook of goods, before you put..
chase elsewhere. as I am tloterininod to use ovary effort
to supply - yau with the very 'mat t -and at - such prieos as
*lll suit ell.. lie pavt , cular to look for tnreign,-
April 5.4861.-4 y. 1. W. 8311LEY.
NT D R ST . 0 E
NEXT DOOR iro,iivuoOrs CORNER.
reretved a-large- assortment alarge ateortment"
of Fresh Drugs, Con& ctionarles' and itsmuy.Article,em
BPIOBA, such as ' i . EPPEiti OLOYES • .AIISPIOB and-
OINNAMON,IreattIy, ground 'every, weeki--.Easettoos of
all.kidda lost made. AU the P,atent• kfedtalfies of the
day conatantly, on hand: Also,'ltroyy battle ef,lfiefferier
V e Pa ' Vel v t:stilacYli - POOne
-• Seaot it§
of beat prano,..recerrett.teghlarly: -,&144,. goyim- Pow
ders by the package or email of the beat.igednßY,
, . REYNOLDS & 1 1 ,EIFFER.
'EarDefe, , ,
y. , , , •
• , large Storialtoorn it the West end of lVialp Streit.
Itlstittednp altla countera, and:thelring And bail
large and conronlont collar. Posseaslon Oren horned
ately. Enquire of ADAM SEXSEMAN.
Carlisle, bee. 21, f.
NOTICE: -."-:-,The "BoAßii , or RELIEY,'
.. . .
, of Cumberland county,. will. miiik .0- the - Cont
• tolisioner'a Oilier:lu Carliele,ad . 116rutay; ths Brat day
or JnlY n'-xt. at 10.- o'clorlt, 'K. 'lt,' at which , tithe' this
*realm composing the Soldier's -Beller Cotnmittee are
requested. to , prevent their cialthe. By order or the
Board. - -_ - . J. AltrdBlll,oNO, Clerk.
Carlisle, June '20,1061.-1 t:. . • „ .. •
To pus,INESS EN.
Au excellent chance for reliable business reenlesteraes
'a profitable manufacturing business. reittiviogiints
..The man ufacthre consists in the appplicatfolsof *-ter.
culler composition or enamel to common red brlcks,and
a variety of other building material, ornamental arch/.
tectural flnlshings, celliogs, tiles for floors and for roof
, This enamel they be tinted ef. any color, from tbir
purest, white to the deepest Week; with all the colors
, - and shades,between: It Imparts to the articles towhlch
it is applied a hardness and durability, almost incredl.
his, and a beauty surpassing thatof the rarest and mast
"costly of the variegated marbles, and; unlike - them, is
Impervious to moisture, and will never fade,' Main, or
deteriorate, costing but a fractional part of the,price of
ordinary marble. ,
It le ale° valuable for table and stand tops, mantle.
places, monuments, and an endless variety, Of other ar
ticles of staple use: The procestrof applying theenamel
is simple, while the articles enantoled will command •
ready salo, affording large profits. Ilespensible parties
may procure licensee for manuficturing under thepat•
ant for city or prominent towns In'the United ' , Statile,
by applying to the subscribers. A small tarbton . the
articles manufectured will be required for the use of
the Invention. Circhlare giving full particulars will be
forwarded to all applicants.
The superior merit, and beauty of this enameled
building material to anything In hse:hai the uequali
fled indorsement of many - of - the most eminent-areal
tects and'iteleotilie men of thliandottier.clties.
For particulars address
UNION - GOODS AND INSIGNIA
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
General Depot, 12, ANN Street,.Yelo . York.
ENVELOPES with new and splendid devices at the
let quality (white) per thoneand, $ 6OO .
2nd " 15:04
let " Light But 6,50
2nd " 4.75
Name and Business Card printed 'on' them if re
A single package Of HPLIOIDID JUITZLOO sent postpaid
for 20 cents.
SPLENDID ENVELOPES poet paid for 111.
UNION PAPER extra quality -at saw per Jteam.- 'One
quire sent poet paid for 25 cents.
UNION DA DHES AND ROSETTES..elegantly made up
at 10, 15 20, 25 and 33' cents each: Liberal disconnt
when ordered by the quantity. - •
PORTRAIT OF MAJOR ANDERSON, 25 cents.,
TILE YOUNG CONTINENTAL, 25 cents.
A ch',racter of '76.
THE STAR SPANGLED BAN NER, - 25 cents.'•
A heart stirring design.-
BOMBARDMENT OF SUMTER, 25 cents.
A splendid colored engraving.
MASSACHUSETTS 6th REGIMENT and the .
MORE MOD, 25 cents. . .
A splendid colored engraving, giving a correct Maier
the terrible tran•action.
OZ. Sent postage 'paid, on receipt of price.
For Recruits and Volunteers, being a complete 1116t111/11
of all 'military tactics and regulations. Arid neverbe•
tore published 's° complete and sheep,. sent postpaid
for 25 cents each. Liberal discount when ordered - by
all information concerning Union Goodsoic., eeat oa
air AGENTS WANTED;:,
Address all orders andcomulualeatlons to..
---1.;.- 7 43 6 i - VONPFA -1 00ee'
'May 31-It. N 0.12 Ann Street Now York.
J IIRE INSURANCE. THE ALLAN
1 AND EAST PENNSEQRO MUTUAL FIRE is
. itAIW.E.C-03ZRAICE ufEnzeberlancloounty,-trompee
rated by an act of Assembly, Is now fully organtied i and
in operation under the management of the following
commissioners, vie: .
. . .
Daniel Bailey, William B. Horgan, MlehAal CockHo,
3. Elchelberger Christian Btayman, John C. Dun.
lap, Jacob H. G r oover, herds Hyer, 8. Eberly, `llenJa.
Illosaeri J. Brandti° Jcireph -- Wickershasßo
Alexander Cathcart. -
The rates of insurance are,ae low and favtrable as any
Company of the kind In the State. Persons wishing to
become members are invited to make application topic
agents of the company, who ace wait np o n
them at any. time.
WM. R. GORGAS, President
CHRISTIAN STAYMAN, Vice President.
LEWIS RYER, Secretary
MICHAEL COCIELIN, Treasurer.
Managera—Wm, R. Corps, L. Byer, Christfaci Stay.
man. M. Conklin, J. C. Dunlap, R. Martin, D. Bally, J
ii.Coover, Alex. Cathcart, Wickersham, J. Richeiber
ger, 8. Eberly, J.,,Brandt.
CUMBERLAND COUNTY.—John Sherrick, Allen,
Henry - &flaring, Shiremanstown; Samuel 'Woodburn
Dickinson; Henry Bownian, ChurehtOwn - ; -Mode; OW
flth, South 3liddletoct; Samuel . Graham, W. Pence
bore'; Samuel Coover, Oleehanicsbnrg ; J. W. Cockiln.
Shopherdstown3 - D:COOVer, Shepheidstown; J. 0. Sax.
ton, Silver Spring; Bent. Hasetstick, Silver Spring ;
Charles Bell, Cmllele ; John Flyer, Carliale.
YORK COUNTY.—W. S. Picking, DOTer; Peter WOl.
ford, Franklin; Jas. Griffith, Warrington ; 3. Y. Dear
Serif, Washington.; D. Rutter, Newburg; 10. Clarly
DAUPHIN CO.—Houser & Lochman, Harrisburg. '
Members of the companyhavlng policiesabenttCelt.
Ore, can have theme _ems, by making application to
any of the Agents.
April 20. 1859.
a ANIELT MACH INK.FORTICK,
The subscriber having purchased of. E. WILCOTT
DANIELS, the patent right for sixteen counties, in the
State of Pennsylvania, for his machine for Picking Mill.
stones, Is prepared to sell Individual, Township, or
County rights for the same. Ile would call attention
to the subjoined certificates, from practical millers, to
the merits of thils highly valuable machine.
Mechanicsburg P. 0., Curpbmltindt`o.; Pa.
We have seen and tried E. W. Daniel's:Patent Mill
stone Picking Machine, and feel satisiled.that It has no
superior for doing its work, and saving much time and
hard labor. We can therefore safety recommend. it to
any one Who wishes to take an Interest in it.
. . .
D. FL Voglesong, Comb. co. Edward Staley, Adams eo.
Halm) Mimes, do. David HiIMU., do.
Andrew Harlin°, do. W. I. mypin i • do.
C. McLanlcher, do. ' Elie' Stover, do.
Israel S. Trestle, Adams co. Isaiah Test.. do.
Wm. O. Lott, do. D. F. Liwisberger . do*
Jacob E. Myers, do. IL W. Dintiliangli, do.
Philip Sterner, do. J. Newcomer, Frontline°.
Wm. Duttro, do. Alex. Hartman,
!March-22, 1861.-3 mos.
I, I STATE NOTlCE.—Letters Tetaa
1, mentary upon the estate of alargaret - A. Mcli.
henny, dee'd., late of the borough of Carlisle, hail„
been Issued by the .Register of Cumberland county, of
the subscriber residing In said borough. , All persons
indebted to 'said estate will make payment and , thisie
having claims will present them to
A. CATHCART, *um:dor
Carlisle, May 17, 1861.-61.
MACHINE & WHEELWRIGHT
WM. CROMLICH &
, Now. .51anufacture and keep constantly for, ale' at
thei.• New Shop, on North Hamner Street, Carllale,
opposite Raymond's Hotel, &largo assortment of Anti.
cultural Implements. such as horse powaii, - thriehlog
machines, with separators attached, cloverhullers, gialn
fans, corn shellors,
STRAW' & FODDER CUTTERS.
of which are all the latest and best improvements
Wagons of every description, harrows, cultivistors;Oorta
ploughs, field Rollers, single and double shovel plough.,
&c. Carriages on band and made to order. Mein . *
smith shop attached, all custom work lu to wn or 'coun
try, done with neatness and diegatcla,.. teredring of
all kinds done at shwa notice and on reationablOterms.
Thankful for past favors, we reapectfµlly.aollcitaliberai
share of the public patronage. • ' -
.fiir- (Mesas LI MAIL PROMPTLY , . ATTRLDED
VER. Lumber, cast and-wrought-Iron scraps Jake - ri in
exchange far work.
April 19, '61. 7 .-3 in. •
Cure Coughs, Cold, Hoarsenes
Influenza, any Irrilation. or
5..... C )W • , Soreness grilse Throat;"l4.•
BRONGHIAL lieve„ the aching Cough
in ''Consumption, Br OA.
Asthma; • and
'IVO 'o ,c_,
Catarrh: Clear andi
gioe stren,glh4o; ,
Mg-voles -of • '
runi,zo SPEAKERS iindiptfrita
Few era aware or tilt' Importance; eolillieablittgh
or '• Common Cold" to Its first stage ; . thlit ithictiig the
beglnultm Would yield to Loalld rened,*o( ileitected,
soon attacks the Lunge. . 41 hown'attionchlalTroehes,u
,demulcent , lngredlents, allay' s rukeicieaery
alit Bronchial Irritatfom.'l\ - • .
TROD HE ,
7 4- O°. HRO
JOHNSON & PRALL,
General Agents for Enameled Building Material
21 NASSAU STREET, NEW yolui: •
tbe"Trocbea" . are speejdoihiiiiipegui4
=cotton 111.140f0 w4lsperer.”'n
' - N. P.l9lWali
.idl recommend Si!,lr;*.a*LPublta
. BEV. H. (OAFS; " nayejiiived .extFe#ol7
REV; HENRY WARD DERDI/Ell.
Almost instant rellefin - the'..dielretol- --
I lug labor Of breathingpecnliar t4Alitemut•
~. REV. A. 0. 'icooLy.sros.
u vont,fting no) Opium. , or
A. RAY - ' 'DR A •'41:.• RAVEL
iiirl°uB." ' - -, '• ;' -r-- ..oiLetelit , Baton. - •
a A simple and 'pleacant 'Mmbliatioll
or Col_liil4, *a
..'7 'i '
ll . o,:i„iiiioELOW.
'• 0 Beneficial 1 n Jlronehlile. , .!-- i-!•,.
~' ' ' D-1!•; J.F . Ir''PA4te,
.4 r have . erpired . them ,eaCellent ** ler
Whooping ough,” . . , .
.11BV. U. ' W. *Ain**,
'• Beneficial when compulleabta aC;lia3,.
auffaring thcm Cold." ', '-', , • ~...
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040.360 . 80 * -
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...Yeti - Ade - 90 jko..
6 iTiaat , tfaviiflifiabea",t4eaNi*Oaet,
after filelnalkit itiktllo I , 74 oo t;Veae.. • • ,
'netlll. - rpsin . ' th eir -, Paev , t t .'0, 1- q‘k
th w t *n il ° 6f, r 141 " 1 1.1 'olW f bcf., l°
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