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7414 A 67411 -11-NO TEROO,7-CILM.S.E/17
LAND - COUNTY.
offer myself as a eandilate-for tliiiriMo - Aof CO
TRNABUUER, graded to the decl aim:l r.f the Ito
can'Cdavention. _ .2 SNNER,
ESTATE NOTlCE.i—Notioe is heniby
given. that Latent of Admlnietretion - on the Re
tate of John Ifighladds,
have Newton township.Cum
beriand County, dec'd., been issued,by the Regis
ter of said county, to the subscriber, residing in said
twp.' Notice is hereby given to all persons ndebte tho d, to
Raid estate, to make immediate -payment,. I
having alibis to present them for setilement to '
' . DAVID DIM VTR;
July 10, 1801.-6 t
A • •
UDITOR'S NOTICE —The Audi
tor appointed by the Orphan ' s Court, to make
utton of the effects In the hands of Henry 0.
Denser. Administrator of Isaac Longuocke, dec'd.,nf East
Pen nsborongh trop., to and anion; those entitled thereto
will meet the parties Interested, for the purpose of bin
appointment. at the office of Wm. M. Penrose, Esq., In
Carlisle, on Thursday, the lath day of August. 1661, at
10 o'clock In the forenoon. L. J. W, POULK,
JuIYAQ„, 1861.-4 t. Auditor.
FIFTEEN MALE AND FEMALE
The Board, of South Middleton tap., will meet at
the Boiling Spring School house, on Friday, the 2d day
of August, at 9 o'clotk, A. M., the day apPointed by the
County Superintendent to examine ers for same
Sownship, where Teachers, applyingleach for Schools, will
please.to be present.
The Beard hay* resolved .to employ none but thosd
who are well qualified in the art of toachh.g, to whom
the most thewsl wages will bo given.
SPEER'S SAIVIIiIJCI WINE
CULTIVATED OPORTO 811111110CUSi
EVERY FAMILY SHOULD ÜBE
SPIE - RISIAMOUCI WINE.
CELEBRATED for its medicinal and
beneficial qualities as a genuine Stimulant, Tonic,
Diuretic and Sudorific, highly esteemed by eminent
physicians, sad come of the first families lu Europe and
SPICER'S SAMBUCI WINE is not a manufactured
article but is pure, from the juice of Portugal Samba,-
cue, cultivated In New Jersey,recOmmended by Chemists
and Physicians, an possessing medicinal properties su.
porter to any other Wines in use, and an excellent
article for all weak and debilitated parsons, and the
aged and infirm, Impving the appetite , and benefiting
ladies and children. ro
A LADIES' WINE,
Because It will not intoxicate as other wince, as it eon.
tains no mixture oespirits or other 'ignore, and admired
for its rich peculiar Saver and nutritive properties.
imparting a healthy tone to the digestive organs, and
a blooming, soft and healthy skin and complexion.
None genuine unless the signature of
ALFRED SPEER, Passaic, N. J.
Is on the cork of each bottle.
16r MAHE ONE TRIAL OF THIS WINE.
Ar SPEER, Pro prietor,
Mee 208, Broadway, New York.
VINEYARD, PASSIM', N. J.
'gm. Sold by REYNOLD'S & PIEFFER, Druggists,
meat door to Inholrs Grocery Store, Carlisle, PR
i nOURT PROCLAMAT
.J -the JADIES•II. - GRAHAM, Presi—
dent Judge of the Several 'Courts of Common Pleas of
the counties of Cumberland, Perry and Juniata, and
Justice of the several Courts of Oyer and Terminer and
GSfieral Jail Delivery in said counties, and lien. Ron-
BUY , ON and 11(64-.46.,Cemr.mui - ;-Ifskl: ,
Court of Oyer and Terminer and General Jail Delivery
for the trial of all capital and other offenders, in the
said county of Cumberland, by their precepts to me di
rected, dated tLe Bth of April, 1860, have ordered
the Court of Oyer and Terminer and Geneml.fail Delivery
to be holden at CARLISLE, on the fourth MONDAY of
August, 1661, (being the 26th day,) at 10 o'clock In the
forenoorwto continue one week.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to the Coroner, Jus
tices of the Peace and Constables of the said county of
Cumberland, that they are by tho said precept com
manded-to be then and there In their proper persons,
with their rolis,,records, inquisitions, examinations
inmembrarmers, to thpsv things-which
to their officer appertain to be done, and all those that
are bound by - reoognlltitteesi - to prosecute - against the
prisoners that are orlhisn shall be In tho jail of said
county, are to be there to prosecute them as shall be
just. ROOT. McCARTN EY,
July 12, 1861. Sheriff.
4 ANHNATION OF TEACHERS.
The 'Annual Examination of Telt hers, for the
-- tiiin y OTCumberiand, will-s - e - mgow
Southampton on Monday, July 29th, at _9 A. 111,
Newton, Tuesday, " 30 .. .. 0
Penn Wednesday " 31 " .. ..
Dickinson, Thursday, Aug. 1 " ill 11,
S. Middleton, Friday, " 2
Monroe, Saturday. " 3
Upper Allen, Monday, " 6 "
Mechanicsburg, Tuesday, " 6 " • .. "
Lower Alien, Wednesday," 7 " 44 II
Hampden, Thursday, " 8 " SI is
E. Penneboro', — Friday, " 9 " ft 41
Now Cumber land, Saturday, " 10 " .. 14
Sliver Spring, .. Tuesday, " 13 " 11 A. M
Middlesex, Wednesday," 14 " 9
N. Middleton, Thursday, " 16 " " SI
W. Penneboro', Friday, " 18 " II Id
Frankford, Saturday, " 17 " .. 1.
Newville, - . Monday, " 19 " 10 AM.
Mifflin, - - "Tuesday, " 20 " 9 "
Newburg., Wednesday," 21 ..
Shlppensburg twp., Thursday, .. 22 ..
The abate examinations will be held at the accus
tomed planes. unless any change is desired by the Di
rectors, In which case timely notice Is requested. lam
Instructed by the department to announce that no
School wilt be recognized as one of the Pointe Sonoma
of Cumberland County, in which a Teacher is employed
without a VALID csartrietre and further, that no pt.'
Tate examination will he given except in cases where
the applicants are UNABLE TO ATTEND Tilt PUBLIC EXAMI
NATION, and no Posr Hoorn( examinatioh in any case.
Applicants will pie me note, that by an order of the
department, they will be examined In the " Theory of
Teaching." As It must be apparent to all, that the
proper advancement in the cause of ethication, requires
that there should be a corresponding advance in the
qualification of Teacherk, and as I am determined to
issue NO certificate of INCOMPETENCY, those who know
their qualification to be below medlccrlty, will save
much mortification to themselves and to me by'refraln
lug from presenting themselves as applicants.
JOSEPH MIFFLIN, County Sup't.
June 12, 1860. ..,.
N and after this date will be sold by
ISAAC LIVINGSTON, at the North Hanover
At greatly reduced prices. our large and SUPERIOR
STOCK OF SU DIM ER GOODS.
Fine Cloth Suits of every Style.
" Silk & Caceimere " •
" Fancy " 41 di
" Itallin Cloth " " •
s;erino •• • II
" Tweeds and Woolen lifted, do
Also,* large almortmeut of 'every style Lim:Lens, in
very large varieties and a geheral alinement of Cotton
Goode, which we will make to..order, or sellby the yard
or p face, at astordshingitioir prices.
Do You Want to Sane Honey
Then be mire to call at the North ILanover Street
Clothing Emporium, opposite the American House.,
where you can buy goods at prices to malt the times.
June 28 1561. ' ISAAC LIVINGSTON.
i j ,- '
B A L L 0 U'
Patented Imieroted French Yoke
PATENTED'. NOVEMBER' Ist, 1869
A New Style of Shirt, warranted to Fit
Dy sending the Shove measures' per mall,' we as
guarantee a perfect tit of oar new style of Shirt. and
return by express to any part of the United States, at
$l2. 015, $lB, .$24, Se. Ac., per dozen. No order for
warded for less than bai t a dozen Shirts.
Also Importers and Dealers in MEN'S FURNISHING
Goouti... • • .
4 Wholesale trade supplied on the usual terms.
'409, Broodway,.NOw York.
June 28, 1281..-3 mos. - • .
liPv STAIISADvIEDNITTVPHS STILL
SIGN OF THE BIG BONNET!
MRS. BUTTON le now opentog SUMMEItiIILINBRY.
of the VERY LATHsT IiTYLEB. .
Ladles:who.wlsli.tb _see the lasseet .and_mod heatitl,
fad assortment of BONN MTS.
Childrene Misses and ,Gypepy Nide;
French Flowers, ItitrisMs, French Lace Mantillas and
Fancy Goode In Carlisle, will please call at'thetsign of
the Big Bonnet, where they can get the best Bargains
and the very . •
LATEST SUMMER STYLES. •
Ladles do not mistake • the plane for. Bargains and
them beautiful styles, now opening at the sign of the
Big Bonnet.• • . MBA. B. A. lIUTTON,
June 7, '01;73t, , "
' North Hanover Street, Carlisle.
AOO-...TRAOE,r CHAINS; OF . , ALL
kfcds,with a large assortment of . , •
II MIAMI% • HALTER CHAINS,'
BREAST CHAINS, . • EIFTIL CHAINS,
LOO CHAINS, ' 'TONGUE CHAINS;
cow,CHAINS, • SPREAD Ae.,, &e.,. •
—Just received et the Cheep,Hargeratoltore 'of - - •
*Akio 7, 'OO. , FIAXTON,
if lug your goods from Leldiih Sawyer A
M ller. -- We - reFpenfully call attention to our
:-„Large.,Stock or Summer Goods;
Juskrecelied from the Regent - mtrkets. Having been
,purchased for CASH, and bine° the, ruinous decline in
prices. Customers .will find great bargains in Silks,
Zaino, Thessalia, Demo Palermo, 'English Grenadlue,
Organdy lawns, French Lawns. alozambiquee, Emilluen
Gristles fig olevlas, Chalice, pbill 111
tE.,4ke I AC-
Neweat Styles' l'aris Coats, Basques arid Mantles,
Sh auntie and French Lace Damours,.Mantles and Points.
These goods are very low—less than Importing cost.
- Shawls of all kinds suitable for the season,
— S - U N'UMBR El. 5,,
Parasols. leas than original cost. Gloves of :every des.
t.ription, Lace Mitts, Embroideries of every variety,
WILCOX'S Celebrated Hoop Skirts—" The Skirt of the
Every variety and kind of goods suitable for Ladles,
Men and Boys wear.
411/I . l3 4 e i tat
The largest and newest stock in town; Oil Cloths,
Mattings, Looking Glasses. Furnishing Goods in great
variety. All of these goods, and an endless variety not'
enumerated. We offer to the community at prices to
defy competion. Please call and examine for yourselves.
June 28, '6l. LEIDICII SAWYER & MILLER:
Printing 011 lee Wanted
The advertiser wants to buy an interest
In a Printing Mee. Or, if preferable, would buy
the whole. Please address, giving full particulars as to
business, price, ac.
"It." HERALD Office, Carlisle, Pa.
July 5, 1861.-Bt.
, . • \5.,,,,
luami 1 1 • '
HE BOWLING SALOON, at the
Pbcenix Restaurant under Rheem's Hall, la tur
n s ed with two alleys,
OF TUB MOST APPROVED CONSTRUCTION
Persons fond of this healthful amusement, will Ond
every opportunity for enjoying the game, free nom the
Intrusion of boys or impropersmna
April 12. 1861. POLAND.
BILLIARD PLAYERS will find nt
AI the Phrenlx Saloon, under Rheem'e Hall, two of
PHELAN'S CELEBRATED TABLES,
with Marble Beds and Combination Cushions. The
room in well lighted and heated. and furnished with
every cenvenieuce for the comfort of visitors.
GEORGE W. FOLAND.
SELLING OFF AT TWENTY-FIVE
PER CENT. BELCWCCST,II„. ,
- Cumberland Valley Bank, and two doors below the
Methodist Church. on West Main street, the largest
and best seleeteitstock of
WATCHES AND JEWELRY
in the town, will be t sold 30 per cent lower than at any
place in the State. The stock comprises a lerge emivirt
wont of Gold and Silver hunting-case watches, Levers,
Lepinee, American watches, and all other kinds and
GOLD AND SILVER CHAINS,
Gold Pens and Pencils, Jewelry of all kinds, Spectacles
—Gold and ffilver,Phytedwnd_Bilyer_Waya„
MUSIC_ BOXES, ACCORDEON I _,
Oil Paintings, a great variety of fancy articles, and a lot
of the finest Pianos, which will be sold 40 per cent lower
than ever offered in town. The entire stock of Watch
maker tools, eases, large Mirrors, and Safe will be sold
wholesale or retail on the easiest terms.
. . . . , . .
Having selected a first claim workmen all Muds of re
will be done as usual, at reduced prlres.
Three Pianos at
. 000 below the factory price on ac
coUnbOtih-e VhilijeffiTita cmpany closing Olin I will
sell at the Jewelry Store,
THREE ROSEWOOD PIANOS,
warranted, at two•third their real value on easy terms
If called on won.
FOR SALE.—The large
three-story Brick Home on Main ..., 1 014 > ! .. —_
Etreot, will be sold on easy terms.
Call at the Jewelry Store in raid A-AtAnwrrl.
April 10, 1860. It. E. SHAPLBY.
MINCED MEAT, PICKLES, &C.
S. W. 11AVERSTICK,
North Hanover Street, • Oarttale, Pvin'a
fins just opened an assortment of Fresh Drugs. Fan.
cy Goods, Gilt Books, Perfumery. Feuits, and Confec
tionary, which has never been surpassed in this bor
ough, for novelty and elegance. The articles have been
selected with great en e, and are calculated, In quality
and mice, to command the attention purchasers.
which comprise every variety of fancy articles of the most
exquisite finish such as.
Papier Madre Goods.
Elegant alabaster and porcelain ink-stands and trays,
Fancy ivory, pearl and shell card cases,
Ladies' Fancy Baskets,
FancyiWork Boxes, with sewing Instruments,
Ladles' Cabas, Writing Desks, and Part leans.
Port Monnales, bf every variety, •
Gold pens and pencils, Nancy paper weights, and a
large variety of ladles' Fancy static". ery.
Motto seals and wafers. Silk and bead purses,
Riding whips, elegantly finished. Fier cutlery,
Perfume baskets and bags,
Brueiiee of every - kind - for the toilet,
X. Basin and R. & G. Wright's Soaps and Psrtumes
of various kinds;
Fancy Pins for head dresses atid shawls.
together with an innumerable variety of articles elegant
ly finished and suitable for holiday presents,. to which
.he invites special attention.
Also, an extensive and elegant collection of
comprising various English and American Works,
richly embellished POETICAL. WORKS, Bibles and
Hymn Books, elegantly bound In velvet with metal
clasps and corners
His assortment of School Books and School Stationery is
also complete, and comprises everything used in the
Schools. He also desires to. call thp particular Wen.
tion of Families to his elegant assortment of
from the extensive establishments of Cornelius, Archer
and others of Philadelphia, comprising every style of
Parlor, Cbainber and study Lampe, for burning either
Lard, Iljierm or iltherial 01l ; Cabo DYOTT'S celebrated
Kerosene or 008 i 011 Lampe, together with Flower Vases
Fancy Screens, &c. His assortment in this line is no.
equaled In the borough. Also,
embracing all , the favorite brands, and a fine assort
inept of MEERSCILAUM SMOKERS AND PIPES.
A. the dletsnee
round the Neck
such aeOranges. Lemons, Figs, Raisins, Nectarines,
Prune., Ac., FANCY CONFECTIONA ICY—NUTS—PRE
SERVED FRUITS, MIN ED-MEAT, PICKLES, Am,
in every variety and at all prices, all of which are pure
and fresh such as can be confidently recommended to
Ws friends. His clock embraces everything in the line
of Fancy Goads, with tatuy other articles useful to
housekeepers which the public are especially invited
to call and examine.
B to B the Yoke
O to 0 Sleeve
D to D dlitance
around the body
Remember the Old Stand, nearly opposite the Dank on
North Hanover street. . .
under the Arm
My 21, 1861
Z to E , the
LARGE ARRIVAL OF FRESH
GROCERIES—FISII OF ALL RINDS.
Among which lea large lot of the real genuine Balti
more dry salt HERRING, in oak barrels, MACK !MEL
at prices that Is really astonishingly Pickets of all
S&UOES, PR ESEVVES,
and a , good assortment .Of -
TOBACZOA - NO - SEGARS ,
at the lowest rates for CASH or Country Produce.
length of the
p i CHOOL AND BUILDING TAX
STbe TaXableCitisons of the Borough of Car Pale, ar
Yereby.notilled, that the Duplicate for- the iichool and
Building Welt, of 1801, hap been issued - to the under
'elgued Treasurer, and that be will be in attendance at
the County Court House, Commissioners' Ofilre, on
AfONDAY, AUGUST 12, 18111,
between the hours of o and t 2 In the.
and 5 'cloek•ln -the afternoon of maid day, for the pu
pore orreeelvlng field TAMIL ibre!mon, and 2
On ell - taxer paid on or before that day, a deduction
will be made of
.. • FIVE PER CENT.
-..Treasurer will 'remise all tries from persona wish -,
lag to pay,'ltt the mean time, at his place of business,
Marlon HHall building, West Main Street.
J. W...1:11Y, Treasurer. ,
-. Carlisle, June 17,1801.
THE NORTH - HANOVER STREET
'fakes pleasure to annotitwo to Its frlends and patrons
of the law arrlyal of the latest styles of
CASSIMERE 8; and
. . . • VESTINGS, •
nblcii:wnl be treadeflo order In the very West styles'
and warranted to give complete satisfaction, or no sale.
Foretops wishing to buy Men's ter• Boy's Wear by the
yard, will Invariably nava from fifteen to twenty per
cent. 1111 we can afford to sell goods much cheaper than
any tompotttor., A cantfuljnWoirlen MAffir,lprge,o.ALL
laded atucklridipodfiiiii solicited. -
• - - • iSAAO - LIVINOSTON,
Apr r." 12., proprietor
BEGABB AND TOBACCO,
B. W. lIAVERSTICK
-" ~: ~usines~_~~~aras:
J.„ NV.• FOULK, Attorney at . Law
Mee with J. E. Smith, NI, In Glass' Row, In
rear pt Prat Preabiterlan Church. All Business en.
trusted to hirrywlll be'prortridly attended Vt.
May 9, !60.—1y.
JNO. K. SMITH, re.
spectrally announceS to his old frlcnda and
former patrons, than he' hes returned from his south
western tour. With. his health greatly implored, and
has resumed his practice in Carlisle.
OP TOE on Main Street, one door west of the Railroad
- Depot, ware ho can ho foaled at alt. hours, day and'
--nightTwhen-not out proreSsionally..
Carlisle, Oct. 26,-1859-it.'. -
- - -
r J. BENDER; M. D.
PHYSICIAN, SURGEON & ACCOUCHEIL.
Office on-South Hanover Street, formorly occupied
by Dr. Smith. •--- -
111 t. S. KIEFFER Office in North
"'Hanover street two dOors from Arnold A Bon''s
tore. 'Office hours, more particularly from 7 to 9 o'clock'
A. M., end from 6 to 7 o'clock, P. MM
;47'77'7. R. GEORGE S. SEA-
Ly RIGHT, DENTIST, from the Bel.
thnore College of Dental Surgery.
atAhe residence of his motheri Mast Loathes
street, three doors below Bedford.
i4itrtx,l7. DR. J. C. NEFF respect
," fully informs the ladies and gentlemen
of Carlisle. and vicinity, that belies re•
sumed' the practice of Dentistry, and is prepared to per
ell operations on the teeth and gums, belonging
to hie profession. Ile ail] insert full seta of teeth on
gold or silver, with single gum teeth, or blocks, as they
may prefer. Terms moderate to suit the times.
South Hanover street,
next door to the Poet •
GEO. W. NEIDICH, D. D. S.-
Lath Demonstrator of nperat ire Dentistry to the
Baltimore College of
' Office at 1115 residence,
oprosite Marion Bali, West Main street, Carlisle, Penn
IS. W. HAVERSTICK, Druggist,
North Hanover Street, Carlisle.
Physician's prescriptions carefully compounded
A full supply of fresh drugs and chemicals.
WM. BIDDLE, Attorney at Law.
. Office, South Remover Street with A. B
Sharpe 1,184. Nov. 16, 1860.
ItEMOV A L:
4. L. BPONSLER,
s removed his office to his New House, opposite
Glass' Hotel. [March 28,1160—tt,
REMOVAL.—The Hat and Cap store
heretofore known as " KEI.LERB," has been re
moved directly opposite the old stand. two doors from
Arnold's clothing store. The business will be conduct.
ed ad heretofore, and all the goods, both home made and
city manufacture, warranted - to give satisfaction as re
commended. A. full patronage is respectfully solicited
as ovally effort will be made to keep the - assortment of
..meo.viud,„toy.v...heta_audr,cagef pnitplote wittpqc2 to
"4 4C1 , ..tiz5i44".....4. 1 r. ,,
Oa-4ring styles of silk hats now ready.
March lb, 1861.
LAW. CARD.=•-CHARLES E. MA
()LAUGHLIN, Attorney at Law, Office In In
heirs building, jiist opposite the Market House.
Carlisle, March 14, 'llO-I,y.
TOIIN HAYS, ATTORNEY AT
It Office on Main Street, opposite "Marion flai l,
Carlisle, Pa. [Oct. 26, '69-Iy.
- AW .OFFICE.-14EnUEL TODD
hem resumed the practice of the Law. - offiee
entre Square, west side, near the First Presbyterian
April 8, 1857.
CP. HUMRICH, Attorney at Law.
s —Office on North Hanover street, a few doors
south of Gl.s' Hotel. All business entrusted to him
will by promptly attended to. [April 15.
AW NOTICE. - REMOVAL. W.
EA M. PENROSE has removed hie office In rear o
the Court House, where ho will promptly attend to all
business entrusted to him.
• August 10, 1865.•
ATTOANEY AT LAW.
Office with Wm 11. 51111er, Esq.. South Hanover Street,
oppnelte the Volunteer Office.
Carnal°, Sop. 8, 1859.
W. 0. RHEEM
ATTORNEY AT LAW AND GENERAL AGENT
TV - ILL give special attention to collectionerthrougb
V out the State, make investments, buy and sell
Real Estate and securities. Negotiate loans, pay taxer,
locale land warrants, ete., &c. Refer to the members o
the Cumberland County liar, arid to all prominent RI
wens of Carlisle, Pa. f Aug4'sB-Iy.
gr. FARE REDUCED.
STATES UNION HOTEL,
606 & 608 Market St., above sixth,
JAMES W. POWER, Proprietor.
TERMS:—SI 25 per Hay. ja3o'sB.
UNITED STATES HOTEL.-
S. E. Cor. 11014- Market Sta. ,
H. W. HANAGA:.
WEST MAIN STREET,
Opposite the Rail Road Office.
l eir Fall and TVinter Ryles of Gotha,
Cassimeres and Vestings made to order.
Carliele, May 2, 1860.
B. 1. JANNET, JR. J. M.IIIIIINS. S. 1. COYLC.
'BENJ. S. JANNEY, JR. & CO.
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 003 Market Street ,
T. LOUIS HOTEL,
CHESTNUT STREET ABOVE THIRD,
In the immediate neighborhood of the dubbing Routelt .
on Market, Third and Chestnut Streets, the Banks, Poe
Mace, Merchants' Exchange, &e., Ate:,
KEPT BOTH ON THE
AMERICAN add EUROPEAN PLAN.
BOARD PER • DA T . , $1,50
DINNER between 1 and 3 o'clock, - 50 els.
SINGLE Room, 50 ale. upwards.
°-A first-class Restaurant attached. Prices
according to Bills of Fare.—es
The City Cars take Passensers from any Station to or
'alone to the Hotel. az- ENGILIdIi, FILENCH, GER.
MAN and SPANISH Fpokon.
April 5, 18131.-3 moe.
IFIE management of this well known.
• [lntel, haring been banned by armoire COYLE &
IL, the present.proprietore beg leave to Inform the
public that the Homo in now being thoroughly RIENOTAr
TED. RETESTED andimraoven, with a view to the proper
and comfortable aCcommodation of those who may 'fever
the eatabliehment with their custom. climate-will re
ceive due attention and courtesy t end no expense spared
that may fondue(' to maintaining the lintel in a
' FIRST CLASS'STYLE.
Families and others desiring-tosolouni In #arrisburg,
durlnl the Summer months will find pleasant boarding
and large and well ventilated rooms At our eatablleb•
went, upon moderate terms. .
SCOTT 0:1 1 /Tin,
May 24.'61.-1 m• J. _GILBERT_ HERA
NEW STORE,' - AND NEW 'GOODS
HATS:OAPS AND MAW 13100DS.
• The subscriber hag recently' opened a New slier-a
id the old etand of J. D Halbert 'in North Hanover let.
'opposite the Carlisle Deposit Dank.- '
flaying received from New York and Philadelphia, a
fine and well selected assortment - of geode In hie lingo.
business, such no HATS and CAPS, from the common
' Wool to the lino Sur,
SILK AND ,CASSIMERE RATS
Spring Styles of Silk hats fer. 1801: 'Straw .Hate for
Gentlemett.'3ockey Hata for Ladles, and fancy Hats and
. Cope for Children, and - • '
• rp.ICES TO Etna. THE grnsms.
.Altat;Carpot• Hake, Vallsos..Trunko, Hanoi Trunks - ,
• Utebrellas and prime Bed Feathers, An assortment of
• Dar. Prime - Belpre - a - 6d - Tobticoo..•Vis
for,thepntronage already received ho would
Invite all hie Montle and the public generally to give
him a rail. • . " • JACOB BOAtiy Act:'
Carllide, April 10, 18bi.
mentary upon, the imitate' Of John' yishburn, sr,
!late of Dleklostirt toiiieblp,/dre!ft. haying. tate n Issued
byE the Itraister, occrimbertattt' aounkyto the eubscrt
bore, resldlng.ln.Dicklinien - twp., pollee to hereby Won
to all portions Indebted to sea estate, and.those having
elating to present%th'eniiinlY authenticated .for settle.
moot to ' '
111ay17.18 . 90.-,41t. Exec.utors.
ministration, with the i.llll annexed, of.bbristo•
per Myers late of Middlesex twn.. deed., having been'
Issued by the Register of °timberland county, to-the
subscriber residing in said tap., notice', Is Vereby glven
to all parsons knowing themselves, Indebted id Bald es•
tate, to make Immediate payment. and thole, having
claims to present them duly authenticated,- to the nn
dersigned for payment. -- iirmay B.
Julie 7., 'Ol.-6 t., Administrator 13. T. A. '
L"STATE NOTICE,- 4 ,Letters -,Tei3ta
menteryntery on the estate of Daniel Diller, late of
tunroo twp , dec'd., have been isetpd t 6 the subsariber
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 hay
log claims to present them duly authenticated forlet
tiement to ROSANNA DILLRR,
Juno 14,'81.-6 t.•
.Notice is hereby given-that letters of ridininia
traLion, with the will annexed, on the estate of Philip
Weaver, late of the borough of Carlisle, deed., have
beenlssued to the subscriber, realding in Went Penne
bore' twp. All persons having claims against said es
tate are requested to-present them, and those indebted
to make payment to CIL/LULLS W. WEAVER,
Juno 14, '41.-6t. Administrator.
ISTATE NOTlCE.—Letters Te tea
mentary upon the estate of Margaret A. Mall.
bonny, dee'd., late of the borough of Carilele, having
been issued by tbe Rttgister pf Cumberland county. of
the subscriber nslding ln mild, borough. All persona
Indebted to said estate will make payment and those
having claims will present them to
A. OATLIOART, Executor.
Carlisle; May 17, 061.—e t.
1-I cll STATE NOTICE —Letters of Ad
ministration on the estate of George Walton, late
of last Pentoborough twp.. Cumberland county, dec'd.
having been issued to the anbacriber residing In the
tame township, by the Wilt& of said co. AU persons
having claims are hereby notified to present them, and
these Indebted to mako payment to
Ju.7...Gt. WM. M. GARDINER, Administrator.
NI:111C E.—An assignment for the
benefit of creditors, having been made by Robert
Bryson, to John B. Coorer, F.sq., all persons indebted or
having claims will call and present their claims, or
make payment to JOHN B. COOVNII,
June 21,1881.-6 t. Assignee
D R. 00 FL AND'S BAISMIIC
FOR THE SPEEDY CURE OF
Coughs, Colds,• influenza, Croup, Hoarse.
nos, _ Bronchitis, Pneumonia, Diseases
of the Bowels, arising from Cold,
Incipient Consumption, and
• for the relief and.(if at ad
possible) cure of Pa
tients in advanc•
ittffer of the latter disease.
The Balumic Cordial is entirely a Vegetable produc
tion, curribileing the heeling properties of the Balsam,
with the Invigorating qualities of a Cordial, producing
a combination so well adapted to the purposes intend.
ed, that there are but few cases of disease which Will
not at an early period, succumb to its healing and life
giving properties. • 1112
sFor ages, has the treatment of pulmonary diseases
occupied-the greater-portion of - the - attention of the
scientific of the medical world, bat none acquired more
eminence In his treatment of these diseases, than the
celebrated Proosian Dr. 1100PLAND, the originator of the
Balsamic Cordial. His life was devoted to the produc
tion of temedie , that would stand unrivalled,-Ilow
Vieille lies sundieded, - the - Knieileittipeople efre'fibie to
'udgeand we positively assert,'
_that po- preparations
that :hive ever - been placed before them, - have coil - feria
the same amount of benefits on suffering humanity, or
have elicited so Many commendations from all clamps
of society, as the remedies of Di: Ilimfland, prepared by
Dr. C. M. Jackson & Co., of Philadelphia.
The Cordial is designed fora class of diseases more
general and more fatal than any other to which the
people of this country are subject—those springing from
a "111,10111 COLD." That eminent authority, Dr. Bell,
says: "I will not say that Colds to our inhabitants
what the Pteotrs and YELLOW PESICIIare to those of other
countries; but I can aver confidently that they usher
in dlieaseof greater complicity and mortality than these
Entirely Vegetable. No Alcoholic Preparation
GERMA .p. BITTERS,
Dr. C. X. JACKSON & Co., Philtt. Pa
WILL EFFECTUALLY CURE
LIVER COMPLAINT, DYSPEPSIA, Jaundice, Chronic
or Nervous Debility, Diseases of the Kidneys, and all
diseases arising from a disordered Liver or Stomach.
Such as Constipation, Inward Piles, Fulness or Blood
to the Head, Acidity of the Stomach, Nausea, Heart
burn, Disgust for Food, Fattiest% or Weight in the Stom•
ash, Sour Eructations, Sinking or Fluttering at the Pit
of the Stomach. Swimming of the Head, Flurried and
Difficult Breathing, rluttering at the Heart, Choking
or Suffocating sensations when In a lying posture, Dim.
nee of Vision, Dots of webs ;Wore the Sight, Fever and
Dull Pain in the Head, Deficiency of Perspiration, Yel
lowness of the Skin and Eyes. Pain in the Side, Back,
Chest, Limbs, Sic. Sudden Flushes of Heat, Burning
in the Flesh, Constant Imaginings of Evil, awl great
Depressions of Spirits. and will positively prevent Yell..
low Fever, Billions Fever, &e.
The Proprietor in calling the attention of the public
to this preparation, does so with a feeling of the utmost
confidence In Re virtues and adaptation to the diseases
for which it is rucomm•nded.
It is no new and untried article, but one that has
stood the test of a twelve years' trial before the Ameri
can people. and its reputation and sale are unrivalled
by any similar preparation extant The testimony In
Its favor given by the moat prominent and well-known
Physicians and individuals In the country is Immense,
and a careful perusal of the Almanac, published annu
ally by the pmprietora, and to be had gratis of any of
their Agents, cannot butsatisfy the most skeptical that
this remedy is really deserving the great celebrity it
S. WI'IIAV PASTIME; Agera - for Carlisle, and by
Dealers everywhere. [Apr. 12, '61.-Iy.
CHARLES T. WILSON,
No. 138, MARKET STREET
BUTTER, MOB, CLOVER BRED, POULTRY, BACON
LARD, FURS, WOOL, PELTS, Ac.
Zarb Prompt Cash Remittances on the
Sale of the Produce. "1512
nErEttENces—mcnuteneen & Collins, J. Palmer Jr
& Co., John U. Mlehener & Co.. Tue:ln & Showell, Phil
adelphia. Simnel Perry John Boyce, 11. Burrell &
Co., Brown & Leland, New York.,
May 24, 1861.-4 L
JUMBER AND COAL.
BLACK & .BELANCEY,
LUMBER AND COAL YARD!
On the Rail Road, near the Gas Works.
The subscribers keep constantly on hand, a full as.
Lumber & Coal,
which they can fur-1.k1y,,y1 -
Dish to order promptly
and on the net 3„..\,.... 0 94-m iri
BOARDS. FRAME STUFF,.
Plastering and Shingling-Lathe, Worked Floor:
lug, Weatherboarding, Posts, Itails,White Pine, Hemlock
and Oak Shingles, of every quality. They also furnish
bills to order of any length 'and sloe, at the shortest
notice and on the most reasonabl alarms. Their worked
boards are kept under cover, so that. they can be fur
niched dry at all times,
• They have constantly on hand all.klude of Family
Coal under cover, which will be delivered clean to any
part of the borough. To wit:
LYKEN'S VALLEY, •
LOCUST MOUNTAIN, ,
And other varieties, and all the various sloes in use,
which they oiler to the public at the lowest Poke,.
LIBIEBIJRNERTI AND BLACKSMITH'S COAL always
on hand, at the lowest cash price.
April 5, '131.-17: • ' = BLACK dr, DELANCEY.
GREAT ATTRACTION, AT LEON :
ARIPP CIIKAP CLOTHING STORE.
_ - -
EDW'D• B. LEO YARD, JR.,
linsjust returned from the cili of ithiladelphilL — end
opened& splendid asscirtinent of READY MADE CLOTH
ING, which cannot - be surpassed In style and finish.
The Clothing at this, estadialnuent, consists In part of
of which he has a magnificent aasortment of black and
fancy cetera, cut in tho latest [emblem, tniatifully and
elegantly trimmed, rind made In asuperieemanner. ,
I—SACKS. AND SACKS,,
of Clothe..Ciantoieros.Aud_ThootlooMit new istylep an*
at very low prlcoa.
. • ' VEST§ 1 VESTS ! VESTS 1! ! -• •
The rlcheat and beat asso i rtment•eier offered at Ott
Come - 001E4in; Black and' Fancy Silk, Valletta, Itiniatt
Clothe, Marredilea, double and single breaetud, of every
variety material and.patern.
Plain ulnd fancy French Bee akin rassimeres, netlC
'nett - Jeans' and a griat variety of • others, •all ot" which
will he sold at the very lowest prices.' •
whirelineri and . cotton of the newest
style and best make.- Also, calico. check and currying
shirts, A large sesrirtment of
Men and Boys, which can aid will be sold cheaper thin
ever. Also a splendid lot of Trunks and Carpet Bags.
I therefore confidently invite ono and all, to command"
see for yourselores, as I will not attempt to deficrlhe the
bargains that -may be ospectml, for I am determludd
that 'nticippostfien can sell lowor
Ilemamber. LEONABU'W Corner. •
• &MAUD D. LEONARD - , Jr.
Carlisle,'MaY 10, 1861.74 y. • , •
HEELER ::& _ WILSON.- ,
7/XILYASESvOI - 11,DIAChINEft,
1 1:1 1 1'1111:i •
New style with the latest irnpreiements,' at greatly
'reduced prices. These machines are noiseless, run rap-
Idly and form a seam of unequalled strength, beauty,
aid elasticity, which *lll not rip. They are, unques
tionebly, THE BEST MACHINES IN TUE MARKET,
for family and general use, they will
HEM FELL, STITCH AND RUN,
They can do anS , thing that any other machine can do.
par The new Hemmers and other now improvo
. . mints, without extra charge.
WHEELER & WILSON'S
Prone are bettor adapted to famby use.
The undersigned having been appointed agents for
Ormberland County, offer them to the public with per
fect confidence, that those wbo purchase-will find them
as represented above. Persons wishing to see the ma
chines in operation, will please call-at the store-of 11, 8.
Ritter, or at the Railroad office, Carlisle, Pa. For fur
ther information apply to
11. 8 !UTTER, or
Carlisle, March 15, 1861.-6 mos.
Ex - e;lirix.
F URNITURE WARE ROOMS.-
2 HENRY A. RHOADS
14. 9 • AV.?.
WEST HIGH STREET CARLISLE.
The subscriber begs leave respectfully to info'm the
citizens of Carlls.e and vicinity, that ho has now on
hand and is manufacturing, ,every variety of Cabinet
Ware, consisting in part of
DRESSING CASES, MARBLE TOP TABLES.
Gilt Moulding, Oval Frames kc., Ac. Thh work Is
warranted of the best materials and workmanship, em
bracing all the latest city styles, and will be furnished
at the lowest retail prices.
N. B.—Collins made at short notice, and funerals *t
ended to promptly in town or country.
Carlisle Oct. 12, '6o.—ly.
EMOVAL.—Drt. nrcuots has re
moved his office from one door west of Sazton's
iardware Store, to tile residence, on 110E0.411n Street,
direaly opposite the Railroad office. Carlisle, Ps.
0113 m hours, more particularly, from 8 to 10. A. M.,
and from 1 tea P. M. Ap.28'61-14m.
SOOD THE TEST - OF YERS;
And grows more and more popular every day!
AND testimonials, new, and almost
without number, might bo given from ladles and
gentlemen, In all grades of society, whose united tend
moray none could resist, that Prol. 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. Illlrli.,Ttecrmiber 21st, - 1858, •
Pam. Woom Thee _will please ecc,ept a lino to inform_
thee that the flair on my head all fell - off Over twenty
years ago, caused. by a t.omplicated chronic disease, at•
tended with an eruption on the head. A continual
course of suffering through life having reduced me to •
state of dependence, I have not boon able to obtain etuff
for caps, neither have I been able to do them up, in
consequence of which my head bee suffered extremely
from cold. This induced me
,to pay Briggs & Hodges
almost the last cent I bad on earth for a two dollar
bottinof thy Hair Restorative, about the Breda August
last. I have faithfully followed the directions and the
bald spot is now covered with hair thick and black,
though short, it is also coming In all over my head.
Feeling confident that another large bottle would res
tore it entirely and permanently, I feel anxious to
persevere in Its use, and befog destitute of means to
purchase any more, I would ask thee if thee wouldst
not be willing to send me.an order on thine agents for
a bottle, and receive to thyself ho scripture declaration
—tt the reward is to those that are kind to the widow
and the fatherless." Thy Mend,
Ligonier Noble Co, Indiana, Feb. bth, 1859.
Poor. 0..1. WOOD: Dear Sir.—ln the latter Tart of the
year 1852, while attending the State and National Lin,
School of the State of New York my hair; from a cause
unknown to me. commenced falling off very rapidly, stn
that In thel short space of six months, the whole upper
part of my scalp was almost entirely bereft of its cover
ing. and much of the remaining portico upon the side
and back part ef my head shortly after became gray, so
that you will not be surprised when I tell you that
upon my return to the State of Indiana, my more casual
acquaintances were not so much at a oss to discover
the cause of the change in my appearance, as my more
intimate acquaintances were to recognize me at all.
Vat once-made.applicatton to the most skillful phy
sicians in the country, but. receiving no assurances
from them that my hair could again be restored, I wrs
forced to become reconciled 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
Most reliable hair Restorative in use. I tried one bot
tle, and found to my great satisfaction that It was pro.
diming the desired effect. Since that time. I have used
seven dollars' worth of your Restorative, and as a result
have a rich coat of very suit 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
commended its use to many of my friends and acquaint.
acmes, who, I am happy to inform you, are using it with
like effect. Very respectfully, yours
A. M. LATTA,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law.
Depot, 411 Broadway, and acid by all dealers through
out the world. _
'The Restorative is put up In Bottles Of three sizes, viz:
large, medluwand small; the email holds half a pint
and retails for one dollar per bottle; the medium holds
at least twenty per cent. more in proportion than the
small, retails for two a bottle; the large holds A quart
forty per cont. more in proportion and retails for $3 per
0. J. WOOD .4 CO.. Proprietors, 414 Broadway, New
York, and 114 Market Street, St. Louis, Mo.
%I- Sold by all good Druggists Sod Yaoey Good.
Dealers. [Ap: 12, '6l.
PROF. DE GRATH'S ELECTRIC.
THE NEW PRACTICE—Electric Cures.—Pain is the
premonitor of death; relieve the pain and you check
ear Tuts OIL AM ON TUE SINSSM Wl= ELICBTICITT.--
li of pure vegetable preparation, not the slightest dan
ger of applying it outwardly or inwardly ; it at once
gives a permanent cure, in most rases, in from ten to
The best physiologists of Europe have discovered that
all organic derangement in the animal system is an of
feet of the obstruction of , the physico electric fluid in
the organ diseased a skilful application of the 011
puts in immediate motion the nervous fluid, and the
cure is at once accomplished. No bleeding, no vomit.
lug, purging or blistering is resorted to.
Prof. De Orath's Electric 011 is the marvel of this age
for the follovowing, (not every thing )
Cares Rheumatism often In a day.
CurertNeuralgla, Toothache, two minutes.
Cures Cramp in the Stomachl-five minutes.
Cures Burns, Wounds, Bruises, one to three days.
Cures Headache. fifteen minutes.
Cures Mar Ache,,Stlff Neck, Ague, one night.
Cures Piles, Swelled Mends, ten days.
Cures Felons, Broken Breasts, Salt Saloum, two to
six days. •
Cures hemorrhage, Scrofula. Abcess, six to ten days.
Cures Frosted Feet and Chilblains, one to three days.
Cures Ague and Fever, one to two days, and all the
Nervous and Scrofulous Affections
Cures Deafness in one to Your days.
Curve all Pains' in the Back, Breast, etc., In 2 dojo,
New Haven, May 19th, 1856.
Prof. De Grath—My brother has been deaf three years,
and one 'bottle of your Electric Oil cured him entirely.
Tours, CLIFFORD R. SCRANTON.
ANOTHER INSTANT CURE!
Huntingdon, Pa., 8ept.,1865.
I do certify 'that Prof. be ()nth's Electric 011 to in
fallible for Rheumatic pains. My. wife for some time
nest has been greatly afflicted and unable to walk, has
been restored by the application of this oil almost in
atantaneously. I can cheerfully recommend it tooth.
era. JOHN WILLIAMSON.
PlLES.—Oharirs Sexton, Req., ea -1111 0' 0 e of Camden
says six applications cured him. Almost cured his
- STIFF NECK. .
[Editor of Law Magisinn Cured Instantaneously.]
()Bard louse. Philadelphia.
Prof. Chas. De Grath—l freely give it es my opinion
that your Electric 0.1 is among the most wonderful
remedies ofxnadern times. At the gamest request of a
lady, - who Alleged that - she had'..biten' cured of iftenst
painfulAtiLotion by Us use, I weed nduced to try a bot
tle, though at the time of purchasing, I fully trolleyed
it to be a quack medicine and a catchpenny humbug.
But a trial convinces me that it-possessosa magic, rwer'
and it will prove a bleiiitlng to suffering humanl y. •
I recently took - a cold front slnoping in 'cragip - ehaets,
and thy ileck'belamofio much swollen and painful that
I could not turn roylroad.. • - .
After using, without success, everything prescribed
by my phycicien, I last evening tried your Eleetric Oil.
This morning I am wall, the relief having been as eons
'Vote taneoue. .
Yours, very truly,
. , JOllBl LIVINGSTON.
Editor Monthly Law Magazine,
' . 187 Broad Way: anti 120 Weet 14th.8L, It. Y. , .
Mr. Livingston belongs to the old, wealthy and high
ly respectable &mitten °Ube old settlers of New York.
, Any one an address him on the subject of the alrove
letter, which.will bo answered with pleasure. •
Principal Depot, 277.80uth Bth Street, Philadelphia.'
'1100... Bold by all Druggists, and in Jersey City at Van
Buskirk% Washington street; Shipley's. Grove street:
Dr. Zabrlnktela, corner of Grove and South Bth Street;
,Longstaff 'a, bit Montgomery et. fAp. 12,'01:-1y.
XTRA, OCILDEN PLA X
SHrIITB of the latest Stiles God Troprovenuma:
'llaVlng bought an unumaal largo stock °Untie Shirt":
we will sell the entire. ,ateek at sr.ry low prime.. Alan;
.a very large atsortnient or Collero 4f the various kinds:
unt,Steelok,.. Neak" Ttric - Otuva is,' Furnishing (brode,,
41Is, at the lowast pricotiot. I. t.IVINOSZON'S.
Arritl2,'ol'. • North natioyer Bireet.
LkNr'D . 13 OM E. , W 011 EN
".11LOOSI.OF 'ROSES," A rich arid — eleian.
ceder' Me the cheeks er lips. - • not wash or rub off
. and When . .onae applied, re mains dutahle foryezrs. The
'tint is so rich and natural,
,that thP closest scrutiny
Dills to detect its use.-,,Can be removed by lemon Juice
- and-willnotinijnretheakin. This isenew.preparation
need by the celebrated Court Beauties of London and
' .Paris. Mailed free, in bottles, with direeMons for use;
• HUNT'S "COURT TOILET POWDER,"' imparts a
dazzling Whiteness to the complexion, and Is unlike
. anything else need for • this purpose. Mailed free for
HUNT'S BRITISH. BALM," removes tan, freckles"
--sunburn and alteruptions_oftheakin—Melled.freelbe
50 Conte. ,
HUNT'S "IMPERIAL-POMADE" for the hair, ahem,
gthens and improves Its growth, keeps it from falling off
and is warranted to make the baleen:l. Mailed free for
HUNT'S ' , PEARL BEAUTIFIER," for the teeth and
game, ales tisesand whitens the teeth, hardens the grime
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
$l.OO This exquisite perfume was first used by the
Princess Royal of England, on, her Marriage. Messrs.
• HuntA. Co., presented 'the Princess with au elegant
case of Perfumery, an which all of the above articles
• were included) In handsome cut glass with 'gold -stop
. pers. valued at $l5OO, particulars of which appeared in
' the public prints.
All the above articles sent free, by express, for $5,00.
Cash can either accompany the order, or be staid to the
express agent on delivery of goods. HUNT & Co;
Perfumers to the Queen.
Regent St., London, and 77 Baneom Bt., Philadelphia,
Pa. For Selo by all Druggists and Perfumers.
la. The Trade (supplied. Oct. 20, 60.-Iy.
NEW GOODS.-FIRST ARRIVAL .
At Ogilby's Cheap Cash Store
I have just returned from Philadelphia and am now
opening a lot of handsome, desirable and cheap DRY
GOODS, bought for cash and will be sold at astonish
ingly low prices.
A large stock of new style ipwirits, Ohaleye, DeLanes,
Gingham, and other Dress Goods in great variety. A
new stock of bleached and unbleached &Welles, Tisk
logs, Sheeting& Diapers, Linens. Cheeks &c —A full
assortment of BlRek Silks very cheap null very good.
Another stock of those first class Steel Spring Skirts and
HOSIERY I HOSIERY I
Ladles', Gents', Misses', and Children's tlpan In great
Variety at low prices. GLOV ES of all kinds and price.
CARPETS I CARPETS I I CARPETS I I
A new supply of Ingrain, Cottage, Hemp, and Rag
AU persons In want of new style Spring Goods are
respectfully Invited to call and examine this, stock be
fore purchasing elsewhere. ' CHAS. OGILI3Y,
March 29,'81. Trustee.
D RESSLER'S HAIR JEWELRY
No. 206, North Bth Street above Race,
On hand and for sale, a choice assortment of superior
patterns, and will PLAIT TO ORDER,
Bracelets, Ear Rings, Finger Rings, Breast
Pins, Crosses, Necklaces, ;Vest and
Guard Chaim:4 - .4 . c., &c., -
Wl* Orders encloeing the hair to be plaited, may be
sent by mall—Give a Drawing as near as you can 013
paper, and enclose such amount as you may choose to
pay.—tu-t as follows: Ear Rings $2 to $6; Breast Pins
$3 to ; Finger Rings nets. to $3,60; Vest Chains $8
to $7; Necklaces $2 to $lO.
ea_ hair put into Illedaliona, Box Breast Pins, Rings,
de. Old-Gold andllillerhought at, fair•rates.
FOR SALE OR RENT.—
The subscriber offers for Ode or rent, the new
Three Story Brick House
on North lianover Street. Possession
Oven on tholst of April next. The
1E11 4 j. 7 1r, Hones has nine rootrin, tarnished
" 'with water and gas, and suitable eith
er for bdalnese or a private residence.
Oct . 26, 1560.—t f. JAMES R. WEAVER.
A. B. EWING'S
West High Street, - Carlisle, Pa.
(Premium awarded ai, the Ctiabek.nd County
Agrimltural' Pitir of 1857.)
The enbecribor 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 do
- Dining-room, FURNITURE.
Embracing, every article used by House and Hotel
keepers, of the moat approved and fashionable design
and finish. Including also Cottage furniture In sett&
reception and Camp Chairs, Mattrasses, flit 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. SWING.
. Particular attention given as usual to funerals;
orders from town and country, attended to promptly
and on moderate terms. A. U. E
Carlisle, May 12, 1868,—1y-
Tust received another new and cheap
ity lot of Itichardsous, Dunbar & Dlion Linens, Mu,
llns, Calicoes pc., &c. At the cheap Cash Store
Nov. 2. IMO. CHAS. ()Glum Trustee.
CARPETS: CARPETS! CARPETS!
Persons going to housekeeping and others want
ing to refurnish, are raspectfully invited to examine
our large and varied sto•k of Carpets, such as Brussels,
three ply, superior Ingrain, English and Domestic, Ve
nition % % 1 widths,
HEMP AND RAG CARPETS,
Druggets, Rage, Straw and Cocoa Matting% 011 Cloth■
for Rails, Looking Glasses, plait, and fancy blinds and
shades, fixtures, &o,
Housekeeping Goods of Ever!, Description.,
Raving 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.
LEIDIOII SAWYER & MILLER,
Carlisle, March B,'Bl. East Main Street.
VAN INGEN 8c SNYDER,
Deiigners and Engravers on Wood
N. E. COIL FIFTH k OIIEBTNIIT NUL,
XECUTE all !rinds of Wood Engra
d imwithbe beauty, correctness and dsgrclLti
la L ..rurnj.t,rorne i u t ratio.
Persons wishing cute. by .ending a Photograph or Da
guerreotype. can have views of Colleges, Churches, Storc
Fronts, Machines, Stoves, Patents, ac.; engraved as well
as on personal application.
Fancy Envelopes Labels. 11111 Headings, Show Bills,
Visiting, Busines and other Cards, engraved In the
highest style Mart, and at the lowest prices.
For specimens of line engraving see the Illustrated
works of J. B. Lippincott & Co., E. U. Butler & Co.
Noy. 60, 1860.-17.
HAS LEFT LEONARD'S COR
J. ) 7 V. SMILEY
Hereby given notice to his friends, custoiners. and the
public, that he has remove 4 bits More from Leonard's
corner to his new. room—formerly known as Keller'n
hat store—on North Hanover Street, between the Car
lisle Deposit Dank and Iluyett's Grocery Store.
Ills stock of 11,E ADY•lil ADE CLOTHING, Beets,
Oboes and Hats 1s large and'coluplote, and you
can depend upon tharfact that he can and will k
sell cheaper than ever: and 'always Intends to
sell good goods .and at a lower price than - any person
Always on band, thorned seasonable, best made
and fashionable, Coats, Pantaloons and Vests
from the commonest to the beat qualities, which
cannot fail to fit, please the eye-and give sails
faction In gennrdl. Also, Shirts, Undershirts" and
drawers, collars, cravats suspenders, gloves, stockings,.
ac., it., all to be sold at the very lowest prices.
BOOTS AND SHOES
Always on band, a large and completo,Aesort.
meat of every variety of Boots, Brogans. Oxford?
Tles,Blippers„Gaitors, Jeffersons, Ac., for Ladles
.31Isses and Boys. youth 'and
children, all to be sold cheap. Also on hand and con
stoutly manufacturing the best Fine -Frenchand Mena
Morocco Boots, and Jefferson fir Ladles. la,„ All ripe
sowed free of charge.
LiA largestock ciliate for Meit, Boys and
ChUm, common, good end Ans. All soli•
log cheaper than ever.
TRUNKS, TRAVELING BAGS, UMBRELLAS, VOL
, „CANDIED GUM corers AND LEGGINGS—
CtIESP.EII:- THAN';EVEII. -
I hereby tender My thanks to my customers and
friends. for past - thvors, and earnestly soliclt'you all to
call and see me and my dock of goods, before you par•
chaos elsewhere. as I am determined to use every effort
to supply Tau with the very, best, and at such prices as
will suit all. Do particular to look for mi . sign,
April 8.1881.-Iy. SMILEY.
D E G T.O E
NEXT DOOR TO INROPIPB CORNER.
Just welled a large Anortwent, a large, assortment
of Fresh Drugs, Confectionaries and Fancy Article, ens
'PERFUMERIES, OILS, SOAPS, &C. • •
•:i SPICEA, anal as PEPPER CLOVES, ALLSPICE ADA
. • CINNAtION, freshly ground every week. Essences of
• all klndsjust made. All the Patent Medicines of the
day constantly op bind: Also, it raw boau'of
. . ~ • .
-A?". Phrlelans Prescriptlone promptly '
SE6A,FtS AND: TOBACCO,
• _. of beet -brands, ricelred_reguinsly:llen, Horse Powl
• b y, th e package or noon u!ithe _hest quality. L.
RLYNOLDE & PEIFFER,- -
Carlisle, May 24,1860.—X y.
STORE. ROOM FOR RENT.—The
lerge'Stnin Room at the Want' and af Slain 8t et.
It Rtind up with counters, and, itheliing- and hthi a
lame anti convenient collar. Possession Given Immedl•
atoly. Enquire ne . • • ADAM 13ENSIMLN: ,
Cattiale, Dec. 21.,'60.-1. h . ,
An excellent chance
'a profitibli Manufacturing' buiblioni requiring but
e.nall capital In its establishment,and.prosecution. .
The manufacture doubts in thevmpplicatimfora pe. ,
culler composition or enamel to common rinlbrielisomil
a variety of otherimilding material,:ornementaf arthlv
tectural finishing!, ceilings, tiles for floors and for roof ,
' 'hie enamel may be tinted of Any aoloi,roM the
• purest white to the deepest back, with 'all the colors
and shaees,ibetween. Itimparts to the articles to which
it is applied a hardness •and durability almost incredi;
ble, and a beauty surpassing that or the rarest and
`costly of the variegated marbles, and, unlike them, is
intperviout to moisture, and will never, fade, slain, or
deteriorate, coating buts frectionatpert_Otthe_price_of
— ordiriary marble.
Itis also'valuable for table andstand tops, mantle
pieces, monuments, and /lb endless variety of other ar•
tides of staple use. The proceseof applying the enaniel
Is simple, while the articles enameled will command a
ready sale, affording large profits. Responsible patties
may procure licenses for manufacturing under the pat.
' ant for city or prominent towns in the United_ States,
by applying to the subscribers. A 'trail tariff on the
articles manufactured will be required for the IMP of
the invention. Circulars giving full particulars will be
forwarded to all applicants.
The superior merit and beauty Of this enameled
building material to anything in use has the nuquall
fled indorsement of many of - the moat eminent amid.
teats and scientific men of this end other cities.
For particulars address
JOHNSON & PRALL,
General Agents tor Enameled Building Material
26,NA89A.B.STREET, NEW YOWL
UNION GOODS AND INSIGNIA
WOOLESALE AND RETAIL,
General Depot, 12, ANN Wee!, New fO4.
ENVELOPES with new and splendid devices at the
Ist quality (white) per thousand,
2nd " " " "
let " Light Bug "
Name and Business Card printed on them if ;re-
single paeltage of EIPLEND . ID s
. amosas sent postriald
for 20 cosh.
110 SPLENDID ENVELOPEB postpaid for E.
UNION PAPER extra quality at $3.50 par Ream. One
quire sent post paid for 25 Scots.
UNION BADGES AND ROSETTES. elegantly made up
at 10, 15 20, 25 and 31 cents eat. Liberal discount
when ordered by the quantity.
PORTRAIT OF MAJOR ANDERSON, 25 cents.
TUE YOUNG CONTINENTAL, 25 cents.
A altimeter of '76. •
TILE STAR SPANGLED BANNER, 25 cents.
A heart stirring.design.
BOMBARDMENT OF BOWER, 25 cents.
A splendid colored engraving.
51ASSACHUSETTB Bth REGIMENT end the• BALTI
MORE MOD, 25 cents.
A splendid colored engraving, giving a correct idea of
the terrible train:action.
la- Sent vintage paid, on receipt of price. -
For Recruits and Volunteers, being a complete manna(
of all military tactics and regulations. And never be•
fore published so complete and sheep, sent postegaid
for 25 cents each. Liberal discount when orderird by
the dozen:: .
All Information concerning Union Goods, &c., sent on
063 - AGENTS WANTED. -liat
Address all orders and communications tti ' •
L. .1. VOIGT & 00.,
N 0.12 Anti Street now Itorjr.
K A LR,E INSURANCE.-ThE ALLEN
AND ,EABT PENNEIBOItO- MUTUAL- PYRE IN
U ANCE COMPANY ofCumberland county, inedrpo
rated by an act of Assembly, to now fully organlited i ,and
In operation under the management of the following
Daniel Bailey, William R. Gorges,. Michael_COcklln,
J. Elcbelberger,Christian Stamen, John C. Dun
lap, Jacob 11. over, bowie* Dyer, 8. Eberly,
min D. Messer, J. Brandt, Joseph Wickersham.
The rates of insurance are as tow and favcrable slimy
Company of the kind in the State. Persona writhing to
become members are invited to make application to.the
agents of the company, who are willing to Walt iimin
them at any time.
WM. 11., GORGAS, President..
CHRISTIAN STAYMAN, Vice President,
• LEWIS RYER, Secretary.
MICHAEL COCKLIN, Treaimrer.
Managera—Wm. IL °organ, L. Byer. Christian Stay.
- are, l 4 - Esikts..2l_
Et.Coover, Alex. Cathcart, J. Wickersham, J. Elchalber
ger, 8. Eberly, J. Brandt.
CUMBERLAND COUNTY.—John Sherrick, Allen,
Henry Zearing, Shiremanstown; Samuel Woodburn
Dickinson; Henry Bowman, Churcbtown ; Mode Grif
11th, South Middleton; Samuel Grahaini W. Penne
boro' ; Samuel Coover, Mechanicsburg; J. W. Cocklin,
Shepherdetown• D. Coover,, Shepberdstown ; 0..9a5.
ton, Sliver Spring; Beni. tiara; stick, Silver Spring;
Charles Bell, Caillode ; .John
YOWL COUNTY.—W. S. Picking, Dover; Peter - lArial.
ford, Franklin ; Jee. Griffith, Warrington; J. F. Dear
dorff, Wethington; D. Rutter, Newburg • R. C. Clark,
DAUPHIN CO.—Houser & Loehman; Harrisburg.
Members of the company having policlesabontio ex
pire, can have theme eyed by making application.to
any of the Agentit. _
. April 20.1g50. .
I)A.NIEL'S, MACHINE FOR PICH
he subscriber having purchased of E. WILOOTT
DANIELS, the patent right for sixteen c ountlesi in the
State of Pennsylvania, far hiamachine for Plckingldill.
stones, is prepared to sell Individual, Township, or
County rights for the same. Ile would call Wootton
to the subjoined certificates, (roil practical millers, to
the merits of this highly valuable machine.
Mechanicsburg P. 0.. Cumben land Coy Pa.
. . .
We have seen and tried 4' W. Daniel's Patent Mill
stone Picking Machine, and feel MitLiked that no
superior for doing its work, and saving much time and
lard labor. We dm theref6re Flalbry - redoinMend it to
any one who wishes to take an interest in it.
D. 0. Vogieeong, Cumb co. Edward Staley, Adams co,
Ge rge Dimes, do. David ililliott, do.
Andrew ilarline, dn. W.'E. Myers, do. ••
C. McLane:bor. do. EM.e Stover, do
Israel S. Trentle, Adams co. Isaiah Teat. de.
Wm. C. Lott, do. U. F Lialebemer, do
Jacob E. Myers, do. It. W. Dranbaugh, do.
Philip Sterner, do. J. Neacomor, 'Franklin co
Wm. Duttro. do. Alex. Hartman, Perry co
Marcn 22. 1861.-3 mos.
MACHINE & WHEELWRIGHT
WM. CROMLICH & CO.
Nnw Manufacture and keep constantly for. sale et
that• New Shop, on North Hanover Street, Carlisle, Pa.,
opposite Raymond's Hotel, a large assortment-of Agri
cultural implements. such as horse powers, threshing
machines, with separators attached, clover hullers, grain
fans, corn ateliers,
• STRAW & "FODDER CIiTtIMS,
of which are all the Intrust and best imnrovemeitets
Wagon. of every description, harrows, cultivators, Corn
ploughs, field Rollers, single and double shovel ploughs,
&c. ' Carriages on hand - and made to order. Raving •
smith shoprittached, all custom work in town or coun
try, done with neatness and dispatch. Repairing of
all kinds done at ehrrt notice and on reasonable terms.
Thankful for past favors, we respectfully 'solicit * liberal
share of the public patronage.
.oii".o..9sas or MAIL PROMPTLY' Arricamo
leek. Lumber, net and wrought Iron octirpa *ikon In
exchange Anr work.
April In, m. •
Cure Coughs, Cold, 'ffoarsenes
Influenza, any Inleation or
4 : 3 " • Soreness of the Throat, Re-
BRoNCHI At. e the Hacking Cough
in Consumption, - Bron.
1;.? 0 cgv • c hins, Asthma l . and
Catarrh. Clear and r
,give strength to
the voice of .
PUBLIC SPEAKFIIIS and SIMPERS.
Few are aware of the Importance of checking a Cough
or Common Cold". in. Its first stage; that which to the
beginning would yield to a mild remedy, if neglected,
soon attacks the Gunge, Ihown'slhonchial Troches,"
,demuicent Ingredients, allay • Pulmonary
And BroneNUl Irritation.
.. ,"That trouble in my Throat, (for whlo
the "Troches" are a epeciflllavlng mad
me often a mere wbisperer.
N. P. WILLIS.
"1 recoinsnend their use to Public
E 4143 HES
BEV. Z. 11:,OHAPIN.
"Hate proved extremely. seryterable
REV. HENRY' WARD BEECHER.
TRO HE 8
"Almost insjent relief In the distress
lag labor ofbresthingpeenlisr to Asthma.
REV. A. 0. EGGLESTON.
" - Contains no Opium. or Ativtl)lng in
jurious." . DU A. A:HAYES.
"A simple and pleasant combination
tali/Coughs, de." . .
DR. 0.1. BIOELGIV.
DR. 4. F: W. JANE.
•. • . Barton.
"I bare • proved them' .eginEent for
• REV. WAEREN,
" Benetic/al.wholif,eompellea.49 eSeaki
suffering frhartkild. - ' •
ItEV. a. J. P. AN DERSON. .
' . St. Louie:
" " Effectual In Witriovinglaneea and
firithtion of the Throat, go esonsjou with
• . Prof.M. finif7irlOffleBON •
Toaelter of Mdd& Southern
. •ffegrale. •
"Great benefit When. taken heron) and
after preaching , as they' prevent Hoarse
`neer :Front - their part..,ethatiA• think
they will beat pennanent ideordage to
BE'. E. ROW LEY, A. M.
•-•••'•• Ptreidenrof Athena College Tenn.
gEs,Pold by all Drugglebrat P EWEWEE•
.....-- • CIENTI3-&BOX.wW
REAL' ESTATE "AT. PRIVATE
• • 8A t.
he subscriber offer, et private .eale; on reasonable
tennis, that valuable lot of ground alt.
tutted on the earner or Main and West
'Streets. In the 'borough or- -
containing alsty.reet Ito 'fronts ttk 240 1-1 ,4
in depth, and haring thereon erected - -Th7!" - • '
T.RItEA rgRNA grozOhiCkitousrs
in& Other ileeesaary.ntttbtilldittgak
ThdWarehouss Is coneronieligy , located thr,but Peger
and the dwelling , hone* are in good repaiT,.lnnviehed
with water and Atli. and all. Alter,inSdern Impro:eenten to.
_ gm. Ir not sold. the. Oroperty.will be ,ofrered.ftw,rent:
For tonna orothor-Itlwaptiton Candles nt,
Carnal% -4Aooti RIM.% ,
WM. CROMLICII a CO