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A-COUGH, COLD, OR A-N IRRl
tated Throat if allowed to progress, results in serious
Pulmonary and Bronchial affections, oftentimes incu—
BROWN'S BRONCHIAL TROCHES
reach directly the affected parts and give almost instant
eller. In Bronchitis, Asthma, and Catarrh they are
are beneficial. Thy good effects result;ng from the use
of the Troches, and their extended use, has caused
them to bo countottoitod. Be sure to guard against .
worthl efts imitations. Obtain only the genuine Brown's'
Bronchial Troches which have prdved their efficacy by
a test of many years. Public Speakers and Singers
should use the Troches. IllilltSry Officers and Soldiers
who overtax the voice and fire exposed to sudden
changes, should have them. Sold everywhere at 25
cents per box. Jan. 23.-31 n
Batchelor's Hair Dye !—The Best
in the World 1
WILLIAM A. IL*TCHELOR'S celebrated flair Dye
produces a rotor not to he distinguished from nature—
warranted not to injure the (lair In the least; remedies
the ill effects of had dyes, and invigorates the Hair for
life. Grey, Red, or Itu , ty llur Instantly turns a splen—
did Black or Brown, leaving the Hair soft and beautilul
Sold by all Druggists, ‘to
The genuine is sinned WILLIAM A. BATCHELOR,
on the four silos of e rim l ox.
FACTORY, No. 41 Barclay Street, New York. (Late
233 Broadway and 16 Bond St' cot.)
May 20, 1662—1 y
. • ._
In this place, on the lath inst., at the Gorman Re
formed Parsonatto, by the itno. Samuel Philips, Mr.
PHILIP RIIOADS to Mrs. RACIIA I% M. both
( QTc ancas.
CARLISLE PRODUCE MARKET.
Reported weekly for the Herald by
R. C. Woodward. -
Girlish', April 30, 1063.
Su. ( Extra.) .
RYE • •
CLO Y ERS M a il)
S hereby given that an Election will
A_Be held on Monday, the IT th day of May, 1803, at
the Court house-, in Carlisle, betwen the hours of 2 and
4 o'clock, P. M., of .ald day, to &eel. a Prealdont and
dye Managers fbr the Carlisle Gas and Water Company.
Carlisle, May 1,1863-2 t
ESTATE NOTlCE.—Letters of Ad
minlithation on the estate of James Welkley Into
of rune Township, dee'd., having been granted to the
subscriber, residing in Liouth Middleton twp., all per
sons indebted Li the estate of sold decedent lire re•
quested Lo mike immediate payment and those haring
claims against the saute, will nuke them known, with
out delay, to
May 1, Isil3
VFie auditor appointed by the Court of
Common Pleas of Cumberland County, to make
distribution of the balance In the hands of Adam
Conver, Assignee of Josep Lehman of Penn TowLship,
to and furlong the creditors of the said Joseph Lehman
will attend to the duties of his appointment at his
office in the Borough of Carlisle. on Saturday tnt. six
teenth day of May at. 10 o'clock A. NI. when and
where all parties interested may attend.
. W A ii: LEY
My son Javob Oliver having' left his bed and
board on the Ildh day of April, last, slit hoot i ll y
httowledgi. or eenseht, Illtd said . .TaFoll I.ein't! a nimbi'
child, in the.titteenth 3 ear of his &sm. Notice Is here
by given to all persons not to harbor him, or give him
any credit oil my arc,tfilt. as I solii not he responsible
for any debts of his contracting.
Mftv 1, Isn3—ra'
Alen & Boy's Clothing Bazaar,
Second arriral of (Ito ~`)e a son .
riIHE undersigned would most respect
...lL fully. Inform..hLs d friend!, and cuvionmrs the
public generally, that he has coilmuneed the
CLOTHING AND FUItNISIIING
burin ere in all Ls branches in the tore Boom of J. A.
llutoericle-heq , on 4.1a0-. West-coo.. Cr, -of- Hanover and-
West Louther street. where ho Into opened one of the
finest and most fashionable selection of ready made
made clothing fir.. in the Borough of Carlisle. Ills
stock consists in great varieties as follows, viz:
!LIENS AND BOY'S COAT.
do. do. do PANTALOONS.
do. do do. VESTS.
Suits for Boys, from 6 to It years of age. Shirts,
Melton Flannel and Cassimere Bosoms. Drawers, Sus
panders, Crave s, a variety of Fancy :Seek Ties, Linen
and Paper Collars, Men's Linen and silk Handker
FRENCH AND SOLE LEA CHER
TRUNKS AND VALISES.
Carpet and Leather Travelling Bags, Ac
All the above goods will he sold for Cash, at the very
lowest prices the and the City Markels will justify.
Purchasers will please rail and .`,CIIIIIIIIO for them
'solves, before purchasing elsewhere, as my motto is
A d ukk vales and short profits.
SAMUEL C. !MY Err.
May I. 16:1-3m. Agent.
P. S. Particular attention given to Boys clothing.
THE FAEJLY SOAP MAKER
TlTTlpublit are eautione4 against the
SPURIOUS articles of LYE for making SOAP, &c,
now offered for Hale. The' only GENUINE and PA T
}INTEL, Lye iP that made by the PENNSYLVANIA
SALT MANUFACTURING COMPANY, their trade.
mark for It being SA PO:s; El ER, OR CONCEN A•
TED LYE." The great SUCCESS of this erticle has
UNPRINCIPLED PAIVIII.IS to endeaior to IMITATE
It, fb violatito of the Company's I'ATENTS.
All !ITANUFACTURERS, BUYERS or SELLERS of
time SPURIOUS Lyre, are hereby NOTIFIED that the
COMPANY have employed as their ATTORNEYS,
GEORGE HAROINO, Esq., of Philadelphia and
WILLIAM BAK EWELL, Esq of Pittsburg.
And that all MANUFACTURERS, USERS, Olt SELL
ERS of Lyn, in violation of the rights of the Company,
avlll ho PROSI.:,3UTED at once.
The SAPONIFIER, or CONCENTRATED IX Is for
;Salo by all Druggists. Orocers and-Country Stores.
TUE UNITED STATES CIRCUIT COURT, Western District
of Pennas Ivania, No. 1 of May Term, in 1002 in suit of
THE PENNSY LV AN IA SA LT ‘1 A NISFACTURI NO
COMPANY vs. Tilos. O. CHASE, decreed to the Com
pany, on November 15, 1802, the EXCLUSIVE' right
granted by a patent owned by them for the SAPONI•
FIER.. Patent dated October 21, 1855. Perpetual in
junction awarded. .
SALT MANUFACTURING CO.
OFFICES.--1'27 %Valiant Street, Philadelphia,
Pitt *St. and Duquesne Way, Pittsburg.
May 1,1863-3 m
000 tons Dry Bones, for which, we will
Ipay ten dollars per ton at tho %Warehouse of
J & p RHOADS.
April 24,, 1883--3 m
ADIIINISTR - ATOR'S NOTICE.
Letters of Administration on tho Ilshite of Pet* iutiur,
iutier,dato of tRo 11,,rough .of Carlisle duc'd , having
boon issued by the Register of Cumberland County to
the undersigned residing In said borough. Notico. Is
eitsto, to present than .properly Mithonticatird, and
those Indebted tq make payment to
April 24, 18(134-6t
, CA RPETINGS.
NOW selling at Ogiltra - for less than
CBAS. Trip too.
April 24. 186.3
J ist received a largo assortment of all sizes
Gum Rot hug, Gum Dm, Qum l'a !Mug, 40., and for
sal() cheap at thd Itardaaro Storu of
Juno 22. 1860:
lito J. .I%IA.ItS II ALL.—ATTORNEY AT
.1.4. w Oflico with W. M. runroso, in Ithovin'ti
A DMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
XlLLettore of Administration cum testament° an
nex, on the estate of James Blair, of Newton twp.,
Climb. Co., have bebn issued to JAmos Rood, of Middiq
Paxton twp , Dauphin Co. Parsons indobted will make
payment and thole having claims, present them to
April 24, 1802-6 t. Admr., O.T. A.
ADM IN ISTItATOR'S NOTICE.
Letters of AdMinistration upon tho estato of
Christian IS. Herman doe'd., latent Silvorspring twp.,
have been granted to Mary A. Herman, who has op
p Ante&Williams Parker to settle the estate. All per•
son having claims or who are Indebted to the estate
will make the same known to my said Attorney.
MARY A. lIERMAN,
April 21;186.1—Gt*.— Administratrix.
5-20 Year United States Bonds for
MITE undersigned having been ap
pointed agent for the axle et these Bonds, in pre•
pared to Mcnish them to indiviluals in rums or 10,
100,600 and $l,OOO. Then° h.ads are called •'Five
Twentien," because while they are twenty year Bonds,
they may h•, redeemed by the Government in gold, at
any time after five years; they pay six per rent Inter
est in gold. three per cent every six months, on the
Ist day of NI ty 11,1,1 November. and are sold at par.—
Persons dm:irons of 'flaking an investment in their
Bonds, ran do so by calling upon the undersigned, at
the Carlisle Uep,mnit Bank.
W. M . 11 11l ET ENT ,
April il. Agent
rp I r, qppeals on the assessment of 1863
1 will be hold at the Commissioners' Offlre, as fol.
loaf.: Monroe and,Upper Allen, en Monday, the 27th
day of April Loser Allen tiled Mechancisburg, on
Tuesday, the 2 25th; Hampden, New Cumberland and
East Petinsb. , rongh. on Wednesday, the 20th; Silver
Spring and Middlesex, on Thursday, the 30th ; North
Middleton. and South Middleton on Friday, the let of
May ; Frank ford and Mifflin, on Monday, the 4th;
Hopewell, Newburg and Shippensburg Borough Town•
ship, on Tuesday. the inch; Shlppelistrurg Borough and
Southampton, on Wednesday, the oth; Newton and
West , Pen ns'swo, on Thursday, the ith Dickinson and
Penn. on Friday, the 16th; Carlisle a nd New ville, on
It'. P. KNIGHT Lt. 131I0S.
And Dealers In
I L I TSII. Cheese & Provisions generally,
Non. 111 & 115 Siinth.Wharve,
Have voinit.antly on han I an assortment of
Dried (f- Pickle 1 "Fish, (C.c., rl. :
Macku - rel—Sahuon, Shad, Bluu Fish, IlorringP, Cei
Fish Beef. Pork. Lard, Shoulders. Itams, Sides, Cheese,
Beans. 111 ~. @r.
April 24, 15(13-11m.
PI PORT//I4' S• 11710 L ESA); R DEALER
W. L. CRAIGHEAD.
LIONS'PANTLV in Store, a large as
is(ii-tment of COPPEIZ. ZINC, IRON Sc
White and Nlttrlded Basins.
WWI . , and trbied or Blue C,li,set Basins.
\Va ter-Closets of every description.
1 , 1:\I H .IMS. kr..
Iran and 1'nrIal:10 Wash Stands.
1:1) AIN pi PE, BENDS, ISRANCIIES AND
Plumbers' Brass and ::f every do:Trip.
I,'ad Traps and 11,11 s, fine and Cedar Hydrant
Itods, Plumbers' Nlarddo :-dads. Rubber II .se,
kr. as lOW Zig ;ITIV 11..mr in the country.
• April-24. 1 "
‘TH OT IC E —Letters 'I t amen Lary u
011 the estate of John It 111,, have been gran
ted to henry iaul .luy (use holehted to the estate
will make payment 117111 t )1. , St. hating claims Bill
pretwnt thou for t-el dement to
6 MO. 1100VER
April 17, Ito 3.
in tlnr nirafor nt potitOn of John Jaroos:o.,ignee of
to R. ;-‘1 . % dim and :-prim g - Tow ro.hip fir dis.
Noo to wit April IL liut grantl,l upon thosa
Intioesttal to nilow 'eau., at the t,iext. Caul t why Ow
;mayor. ot. gra.t. Jiy-Llut
" FIVE TWENTY U. S. LOANS "
IT - Ea, DUN 1 - , AI! & Co., of Carlisle
I . hays been appdintod Arent,. lor the Sale of the
t 1/11,etiSiateirSix per vent '• Fivibroonty " years Loan.
Amounts run be had to suit the means of different in
dividuals. 'rho interest on this loan is payable and
will be paid in (Lobb
April 17, liiiiii-Im.
DRICE & CO.'s • well-known E 1.0-
DEONS niol H li Nil/NW:IIS, introducing the of
loot of pr,inl bass on ovory Instrument.
tiosorpas,eil ANkni for cash, at n
Ilbrrtl deduction, or on monthly instrument,' from $5
41.. tr Over 500 sold in Phil:00011a.
J \IES ISGLL.AII, Sole. Avent,
'271.1 and 'Jai .3 Fifth street, above Spruce
April 17, 11"63.
A I'D ITO R'S NOT E.—Notice is
shy given that the undersigned appointed-Au
du o , by the iftplian's Court of (Mail,. Cn , to distribute
the balance in the hands of .1:wob I). Mohler, adminis
trator of the estate of lamb Landis, to and among the
creditors of said decedent, and also to examine and
make distribution In the gitardiansh:p account of said
decedent, who was guardian or John and Susan
Ileyd. will attend to the duties of his appointment at
his office Ip th P Borough of Carlisle, on 'Saturday the
ninth day c.f May 11363, at in o'clock A. M. when all
parties interested may attend.
J. M. WEAKLE,Y, Auditor.
April 17, 1863.
I.IIT AND CAP STORE.
rr HE subscriber has removed his Hat
mid Cap store to the opposne side of the Street,
to the bonne rrrinerly occupied by P. Monger, and
float door to Oorilin lII ' S Shoo Store. II ir i n . 4 a ma . h
largor room, I hairy Inert, 'sod my stork of goods, to
that- I tin now prep:trod to furnish the pub& with
all the new styles of
HATS, C.\Pi, AND STRAWY
nt prim' to stilt the times. My stock consists of Silk,
Cas•ftanre and It t.sla hats, all kinds and prices of soft
hats, city .ts well as home man uficture, from the emu'.
mon wool up L' the finest Russia and Nutra. A goad
assortment of 111.311 nut boy's caps.
Also, mans. bays, and childrens fancy straw bats.—
flaring Improved means fin' in inufacturing, any kind
or shape of hats will be made to order, at short notice.
Itoint a 'traction linter, Inlly undormtandinv the
businoss, I hope by strict attention to resolve a liberal
JOHN A. KELLER, A gt.
P. S. Ohl hats colored and repaired at ,moderato
April 17, 1862,
'PURS E. SHAPLEY, Attorney at
Cc Law. Carlisle Pa. Attends to securing and col
forting Soldiers' Pay, Bounties. and Pensions. Wilco
on South 'layover Street, opposite Bentz's store.
Dec. 27, 1861 `'
JM. WEAKLEY.—Attorney at Law.
. Wilco on south Ilonovet street,-opposlto Bentz'
Drytloods storo. All orotesslonal buninuss entrusted
to him will be prouiptly.iittonded to.
• 4 :144. 11, from R. GEORGE S. SEA-
L. DBNTIST, fro thu Bal.
er-timm canaga-ar-Dahlarsur g ary.
rai_oilica at the rold donee of his Zuothur, Eui, Louthot
etrcot,,,tßroc doors below Bedford.
March 19, 1.856—tf.
II :'S A.XTON
Appeals for 1863.
MO. 80) B E
Commisßloners of Cumberland Co
A t test :
.7. ARMSTRONG, Clerk
April 24; Isli3. '
N0,.3.20 Commerce St.,
April 17, 18,L1
HO ! FOR KELLER'S
GEO. W. NAT:DrO H., D. D.
Lao Demonstrator of °Florally() Dentistry,to the
-. Baltimore College .of
a n t klS TT 'r e . Ak OfleoalsTsi d en e e
oprOSite Marlon hall , West Main street, Carlisle, polo'
TI? UNITS I' TRUNKS-!
VALISES, Thinks, Carpet Rags, V
berallas tts. French sole loather Trunks ; ',adios
travolllng Trunks of largo sizes, brass bound, of the.
best wakes, in largo 'variety at
,March 1.;, 1862. North ll:mover Strout.
xoru tor of ohn Black,
BENJ AM AN DUNE,
List of Dealers.
Of Goods, Wares, and Merchandiso. Also, Drawers,
Distillers, LbmbOrmen, &0., within tho County of
Cumherland, returnod'and classified according to the
several acts of Assembly as follows, to wit
A. 'W. Bentz, dry-gooils, .10 $2O 00
Lekilgb, Sawyer Sr. Miller, dry-goods, 10 20 00
Charles Ogliby, Trustee, " 13 10 Oo
.1 W. Eby, groceries, • 'n 11 15 01
John Ilyer, ~ 1 3 10 00
William B e ntz," 13 10 00
M. Myers, ~, 13 10 00
.1. F. Stool, .. 14 7 00
Barney Rottman, groceries, 14 7 00
A. G " . Lechler,l4 7 00
()verge I,olby, 1, 14 7 00
Joseph D. Halbert, " 14 700
Pusan Wtocbel, " 14 7 00
R. C. Woodward, produce, 11 15 00
Henderson At. Rood, " 12 12 50
.1. R. Nonemliker, " ]3 10 00
.1. cS: D. Rhoads, " 14, 7 00
Henry Saxton, hardware, 10 20 00
Lewis P. Lynn, " 12 12 50
Armstrong & Hoffer, lumber and coal, 13 10 00
()Haar Dulaney, lumber and coal, 13 10 00
S. M. Hoover, 14 7 00
A. B. Ewing, furniture, 14 7 00
Ilenry Rhoads •'l4 7( 0
William M. Mang, fancy goods, 14 7no
B. R..lomeson. 14 7 00
reontield & Shooter, dry " 13 10 00
It. E. Shapley,jewelry, 1.4 7 00
Thomas Conlyn, , 14 7 00
F. C. Kramer, 14 7 00
Junius Loudon, books, ke., 14 7 00
A. M. Piper, 64 64 IA 7 00
William Common, books, dr.e., 14 7 00
John I). Dorgan, stoves, 14 7 00
Ms. Mary Morris, .. 14 7 00
Samuel Elhott, drug's, 14 7 00
S. W. Ilavorstlck, "
D. IL Ralston, "
S. M. Kel9ur, confectionary,
Ito bort \luun•,
John Irvine. t' • 14 7 00
A. Elliott, Agt., 14 7 na
Samuel Ensminger, robes, &e., 14 7 00
11. S. Ritter, merchant tailor,
M. J. Stump, grocerloli,
NVllliain it. Ilarn,
14 7 00
14 7 00
.1. 1), Meet:,
Andrew Monasmith, 14 7 00
Stun nel onnsm '' 14 ' 700
1 O. 13111 h ,, hnts,
.1. lions &
John Killer. "
dire. M. Neff, millinery,
Mrs. 3. Hutton, "
Mrs. E. "
David eornlll,lll, flour and feed, 14 7 on
luhn Sellun,l3l, bakor,
Wm Sellers, ••
Jnh❑ Sol IC.P, "
David yipo, papor,
William Wert., 14 7 00
Isaac I,lrlngst.,m, clothing, 13 . 10 (-10
.1. AV. Smiley, "
IF:. 11. honn:i rd,
S. 0 II nyett. 14 7 00
David Fredericks, marketing, 11 7 00
%VI diatit ,Iske,v,
.lamos 14 7 00
it..njarnin Ilo•der, dealer, 14 lie)
Geo. P. Myers A: Son, groceries, 14 7 00
11 , 4. pl . ...tUce, •
St.pt.ia ; 4 t.erni, thtley goode,
I u tubor,
R. 11. llnnunol
A &tut I , :slilver, 14 7 oil
lihinand " 14 (10
lien. W. 1',.:41er, dry goods, 13 111 IPI
Un rid Bro a•u, in iris cdl
Ch,ouist or ugh, dry gedods,
l' nnturt A: Brother.
Britillie Nel,wariger. " "
John lit•lgle, dry gwitlF.,
Thomas 14 Bryson, "
,lohnson,k Son, ''
F:tutni !Igor .1., Hur.ker, " 13 10 00
Z to•lial - Lis & lla v e , titodc, produce, 14 7 (»I
.1),), .1)11 NI 1111.1,)0, I umber, 14 7 00
);),))). 111))))))))))1. - and coal, 14 7 0i
1,11,:tol (ir.thill, c;otlabigo b. 11 7 tro
I. W .1 brims. 14 7 011
.1. I. Hatrl . ll , bergl`r. n 11. 1 ,1.? 14 7 0 , 1
Pahl) kliartvtgon. ilardNinre, 1:1 10 00
14. N cr . .k. 4.1.,•,1, 13 10 00
R. 15" ikon k Son. stoves, 14 7 00
), ill 11 ooderliclt, " 14 7 oo
1,414:.11N 11301,,, ~
._ 14 7 oil
:17TC1Torrifill. , .'" - " ill'ilvt; 14 - 7 00
Clark .s: llost.otter, '• 14 7 00
Ira 1/,y, 14 7
It. Thomas, groceries, 14 7 011
Robert Mills, 14 7 Ito
Arnist ong k Son, 't 13 10 00
SU. Bowman, " -13 10 n 0
.1. Enkming..r. 14 7 00
Salon , ' W. Worst, fuinituro, 11 7 00
Brandt Sr. 00., produce,
U. li.•iroes. tames,
Lori Rolgdo, httt.g.,
E. S. Room,
IU:•Ibr A: (ire:Lycra, merchant tallow',
.13e06 NVltirman 1, 1 ker, 14 7 00
.1 . .1 Sinttli, 14 7 00
)Irs S. 11.yati, millnery, 14 7 00
()live, 10,,wn, hurry gootl2, 14 7 00
t; 'O. S t I•Iii , MX. Marketing, 14 7 Do
)1 arnhal I vin tiny •`
Fllnk ,t Brother, dry goods, 13 10 00
Thos. ‘1 , 418 , 1411kh, •' 13 10 00
Stough ,t. Elliott, " 13 111.50
.1. A. Kunkel, hardware, 13 10 00
S. 0. Wild, drugs, -- 14 7 4 1 0
Mrs. NI. 11. Reed. ' 14-, 7 01
W. h. McCullough, groe3rles, 14 '7 60
S. M. (Hauser, 14 7 00
I. 11. NI lller, drugs, 14" 703
Joseph lau4l.ln, dotting, 14 7 00-
J. 11. l'obaeh, Agt., stoves, 14 7 00
0. W. Mull, . 14 "
- 2 . 7 00
Anthony Fuhrman, marketing, ~ 14 7 I 0
John Hard, 14 7 MI
-Randall, merchant tailor, 14 7 00
S. C. Holler, groceries,
Philio llatrieh, •`
Jacob Pague, " 14 7 00
.1. 11. Fastnach St. Co., groceries, 14 7 00
P. S. Artz, 14 7 i 0
J. Heck & Co., dry goods, 13 10 00
.1 & J.ll. Bedding, " 12 I'2 5o
Georg° 11. Stuart, " 13 10 00
Stevielc & McPherson " 13 10 00
11..1. timidity, furniture, 14 7 00
David Criswoll, " 14 7. 00
Henry fluke, 14 7 00
Ilestethe & Skit's, clothing, 14 7 00
.1. Bridges, merchant tailor, 14 7 00
.1. 11. hankie, drugs, 11 7 00
John Steinbach, ' 14 7 00
'John C. A Hick, " 14 7 (10
11. K. Keller, " . , 14 7 00
II rs. M. Dobbs, millinery, ' 14 7 00
.1. 1.00 lls, jewelry, 14 70)
Iltrent Ilyslnger, 4 . 14 7 00
Grebill4 Harper, hardware, 12 12 50
Forney & McPherson, " ___.._ 13 10 00
A.. 1,, Wolf, stoves, l4 7 00
Israel M. !Tykes, " 14 7 00
Iluhy & Lawton, produce, 10 20 00
.1, I'. (lair, . " 11 15 00
Storer & Anglo; roal &c., 14 7 00
James Kelso, slat ionery, 14 7 0)
0.13. Coles, hats, &c., 14 7 00
Cl W.Groft, " 14 700
Benj. Diggs, marketing, 14 7 00
Samuel Myers, 4 . . 34 7 0)1
3.41. Oyler, confcctiqmmy, 5 000
Jacob 11. Hostetter; " 11 7 00
Strohm, Hock k Coffoy, dry goode,
Benj. Plank, dry good!ip
H. Erkele, dry goods,
John J. Cobb
Jacob Simmons, " 14 7 00
...linaJ) W,Leisll,ll,_ " 1 4 700
Joseplt Fink, merchant tailor, 74 7 00
l,nvl Kapp, dealer, l4 ,7 00
John 11. holdigh, produce, lO 10 00
I , ' Breclimaker, marketing, \ 14 7 00
William Rood, confectionery,,
Ooorge Duey, marketing,
W. W. Wantiitugh, furniture,
D. Rupp, dry goods, El . 10 00
James 11. jelinstou, dry goods. 14 7 00
A Sliriver,, ‘,. 14 7 00
(10e. I. lisle, stoves, 14 • .7 00
Cyrus Wimplin. furniture, 14 700
Moses liagget. confectionery, - 14 7-00
D. Rupp, produce; 14 7 00
Willinni Oreen, dry goods. 14 7 00
R. Buckivaltor, groceries, 14 7 00
- ' LOWER ALLEN.
niftier k Wise, shoes. 14 7 00
Abram Drawer, dry goods, 13 10 00
John Coleman, " 14 .7 00
b.lll W. Blee-14 7 00
IVllllam Crall, marketing, • 14' 7 00
John Young., " • 14 700
Geo. Brubaker 14 7 00
Chrletlan,Bltrly, dealur, . 14 7 00
S. D. McKinney, dry goods, •
itrindlyt Sons, dry goods,
D WDevioney, drugs,
Henry Spahr, flour,
Sainuri Plank, dealer,
Jacob Oregor, groceries,
Ferguson A Co., dry goods, 14 7 00
S. Miller A Sous, 14 7 00
Bowers & Myers, .. 14 7 00
.T. A.. 1. Kyle, 4. 13 10 00
A. Minieh. . ~' 14 700
Ilursh A flays, .. 14 7 00
Lewis &Co. ' Red Barn, produce, 13 10 00
Snyder A Knettle, 11 15 00
J. & .1. 13. II ursh, 4, - 11 16 00
Newcomer A Horn, .. 13 10 00
J. &J. 13. Burst, Oakville, produce, 13 10 00
henry F. Snyder, ahoeS, .14 7 00
Jacob M. Wagner, marketing, 14 • 700
Koontz & Stevick, dry goods,
.lumen Ore Al, t•
Shoemaker & Elliott,
David Iloover, flour,
Christian Stevick, furniture,
J. P. Weise, dry goods, . 14 7 00
Ileorge Russel, " 14 7 00
Win. M. Watts. " 14 7 00
Miss E. llusscll,- " 14 700
Jacob 'lectern. marketing, 14 700
Alex. trnodliart & Co., " 14 7 00
George Coffey, ', dry goods, 13 10 0)
I. Strohm, .- 13 10 00
George Clever, " 14 7 00
.1. Schoch & Bro. ~ 14 • 7 00
William Hawk, marketing, ' 14 700
14 7 nn
14 7 no
14 7 on
14 7 00
' - MIDDLESEX. - --
.1. 11. Seidler, dry goods, 14 7 00
E. L. Shryork, It 7 00
W. Donnelly, marketing, 14 7 00
Is:EW CITMI3EIILAND. .
34 7 On
14 • 7 00
L 4 7 00
Charles Oyster, lumbor, 13 10 00
Leo ai Eberly 12 12 1,0
•lames & Mooser, •' 13 10 00
Valenti-lie Freeman, lumber, 13 700
I'. %%Met. My goods, 14 700
John O. Miller, •' 14 7 00
Humtart 21.: Co. produce, 13 10 00
14 7 1111
14 7 00
14 7 00
14 7 0)
14 7 o 0
14 7 on
flesuller ,t. Zug, dry goods, 13 10 00
Jelin Swartz, murdiant tailor, l4 7 I)
II ir.un I,nguecker, dealer, 14 7 00
NV it:ST eENNs BOROUGH.
14 7 on
14 7 00
IA Ile & G i vier, produ,o, 13 10
I huoshor & Drawbaugh." ' 13 10 00
llooderson & lived, " 14 .7 00
1:0 triu .Isules, dry goods, • 'l4 '7 00
Khor A:init./4, 13 10 00
VnbinS - flita#, nnirketing, ' ' ''' 'll • 700
William ISlsliop, - 14 700
Tatar II .nn, •‘ 14 7 00
0. W. Robinson, di'y goods, 14 7 00
.1. W. Ilnoshsw, 14 7 On
John 11reason, 11 7 00
14 7 on
14 7 00
14 7 00
14 7 110
14 7 00
14 7 on
13 10 on
13 10 00
13 10 01
linnirnan fi Wolibert, dry goodx, 13 10
A. NI Leid'gb, 13 Id 0 )
A loxamler A. Mullin, " 13 111 00
N. N. Diven, 14 7 00
14 7 00
Samuel Shupp. flour.
14 7 00
14 7 00
14 7 00
C. Beep, furntture, - 14 7 110
D. Newman, shop, 14 7 00
BEER, (0, - •TER. AND EATING HOUSES.
Frederick Kenner, Carlisle, 7 10 ((1
12 12 sr) i 17,41,1), t.lsv..itz,r, - 7 10 00
Mrs. M. 31cDmillugh,
A Titlrew thauld,
Mrs 11. Peters.
14 7 oii
14 7 IR)
% 'Wain Sykes,
.Fuji ii ii oil' n,
1%1 11. H I iam "
14 7 on
14 7 4)k
7 1n 00
Nlrs../. 1.01,1011, 7 10 00
7 10 10
)tr , ...1 1,4. w 7 111
7 in on
:• , :truto:l 10 DU
13 10 00 I IVillialn 11. 7 10 01 "
13 DI (10
14 7 1)0
14 7 00
11 7 00
13 1) 0
12 12 ho
Jo,ph Cubit-, East Pon nstgpro'
John li les,ner,
lit.orge li ply Itn,
'has A. Illen111.1•VrgOr. Y cw ton,
.1 3 et 3svlitr.l, villa,
j„1,,, NI d a y, 314.elianiesbUn4.
Vet, 11'3 , 11t . r,
Salllll , l Elliot, I.
I = liti , t,, 1 4 111piamsLurg,
.lamt, it.• •t' S'
'Vier 31 rn "- •
IClllinm Alexander, Carlisle,
Ilelison & Myers, Silver Spring,
Zacharias, Miley •1 Co., U. Alien,
George Goland, 3 Tubleg,
14 7 00
13 10 00
14 . 7DO
14 7 00
14 7 00
14 7 00
14 7 0 1
All persons feeling, themselves aggneved by the
ftbove return or classification, will have an opportunity
of (win -Ming by (-ailing on the subscriber at the Court
Ileum( in Carlisle on the 11th, lath, 2rdlc, or 20th of
April, after whir time no appeal will be hoard.
Tilt) d AS P. II ACK HTT.
April 10 ISO 3. aiereantile Appraiser.
On and after JULY Ist, ISI3. the privilege of convert
ing the pre rot issue of LEO AL TEN DER NOTES INTO
TOE N ATION AL SIX l'Elt CENT. LOAN (commonly
called ' • !Iv e-T ties") is 11l erase.
All who wish to int est in the- Five Twetil y Loan
must theretgre, apply betore the Ist old PIN nest.
JAY COOK E,
Staisettirr toN A 4; P. NT,
- tio. 114 S. Third St., Philadelphia.
April 10. 1813-3 m.
14 7 00
14 7 00
-1 1 STATE NOTlCE.—Letters testa
-I/taunt/try on the estate of Jacob Barnitz ' late of
Dickinson township dec'd ., having been issued by the
Register of Cumberland County, to the subscribers re.
siding, the first in Dickinson ‘Vp., CTltTsluirland — Cri.
and the second in Carlisle, and the third hi fluidi
burg township, York Conn 'y. Notice is hereby given
to all persons indebted to said estate to make payment
and those having claims to present them, duly authen
ticated for settlement to
D. 11. BARNITz.
April 10, 1802-60. Executors
MILLINERY & STRAW GOODS !!
14 7 00
14 7 00
14 7 00
p l ,
We have the pie:o4lre of Informing you that
we are now prepared to offer, al our . Old Stand
,-,.;;_c Nos. 103. 105 & 11. i North SWUM/ St., NHL,
Millinery and . traw Goods,
In every variety. of the latest importations, and of the
newest and inoht fashionable stylus.
OUR S Tle A D EPA TM NT,
will emnprise every variety, of Bonnep, Hats & Trim
mings to be found In that lino. or the latest and most,
approved shapes and styles. Soliciting an early call,
I remain Yours, Respectfully, 11. WARD.
April 3, ilatZl.
PROBLEM FOR THE LADIES.
SENT FREE OF CHARGE.
Address • PROBLEM,"
Box 943 P. 0..
Ph lladelpla. Pa
April 3, 1563.
WHEELER Sr. WILSON'S
13 10 00
14 7 00
7\lE W style with the latest improve
_ incubi and greatly reduce prices. Those ma•
chines aro noiseless; run rapidly, and form a seam of
unequalled strength, Imlay and elasticity, which will
not rip. They aro ' unquestionably TIIR REST MA ,
CHINES Tfi MARKETII for family and general use,
ll13:11, FELL, 'STITCH AND RUN. '
They run do anything that any other machine can do.
tielho now hemmers and other now improvements
without extra charge.
14 7 00
18 10 00
13 10 00
14 7 00
14 Z 00
14 7 00,
W HEE & WILSON"
8E WING MACHINE'S.
Nouo bottor adapted for family use.
Thu undersigned having Wen appointed agent for
Cumberland county. offers these Machines to the pill).
lie with periedt.conlideuce, that those who purchase
will find them as represented above. Persons wishing
to see the machines In' operation, will please call at the
Railroad °Dice, Carlisle, Pa. leer further. iritbrulation
apply to. J. CAMPBELL.
--- April 3, 1663.
ur,e\l•lßS AND DISTILLERS
111 LLI ARD TA LILES
A well selected Stock of
New Sky-Light Photographic and Ambrotypo
raV- L. LOCHMAN'is happy to inform
• his numorous customers, and the public gone
y, that ho has removed his establishment to hi'S
14 't GO
. New t Gallery,
in the building recupled by Mrs. Neff,, as a Millinery.
Store, opposite the Cumberland Valley Bank: -
Mr. Mannar' in now able-with his splendid light. and
the addition of now and expensive apparatus, the very
best manufactured, to produce
PrioToonArns, CARTES DE VISITE, AMMO-
13 10 00
14 • 7 00
14 7 00
14 7 00
14 7 00
14 7 00
TYPES, AND EVERY STYLE OF PICTURES,
equal to tho twat made In Phllndelphln•nr New York.
Platurea can ho taken now equally well In (loudly as
In clear weather.
Daguerreotypes or Ambrotypes of deceased persons
copied, enlarged, or made Into cartes de visite.
Carlisle, Nov. 25, 15(12.
A Lecture to young Plen!
,Inst Published, in a healed L•nrehpe,
Price OK rents. Al;ncture on the Na
-Is7. tore. Treittment and Radical 'cure of
t 4 poranitA . crinea or Seminal Weakness,
%/7,i''l n v oh! ntary Sexual Pei lilty,
and Impedimenta toNlarringe generally, Nervousness,
Consumption, Epilepsy and Fit.; Mental and Physical
I urapacity, resulting from &c.-Llty
J. Cf/LV EMMA., M. It., Author of the Green Book,
The world.ronowned author. in this admirable Lee.
time, clearly proves tram his own experience that the
awful ennsrquences of Self abuse may ,he effectually re
moved without dangerous surgical operations, bough's.
Instruments, rings, or cordials, pointing out a mode of
cure at once certain and effectual, by which every sub
Bow. no matter what his condition may be, may cure
himself cheadly, privately, and radically. Tills LEC•
Trltg 1111.1. ritOVE A nOON To THOUSAND:I AND TflousANps.
13 10 00
13 10 On
14 7 00
14 7 no
14 7 00
Sent under seal, to any address, in a plain. sealed
envelope, r n•the ruiwipt of six cents, or two postage
stamps, by addressing,
CLIAS J C. KLINE 1 CO..
April 3. flowery, Now Yo..k 0.,-Iror
THREE FARMS FOR SALE
THE subscriber offers at private sale
on areomodating.terms, two first rale limestone
farms, with fMMOtil Ilh,t surtSee, and one smooth Tartu
of pebble land, all these 'twitted in Perry County on the
road leading to market on the north side 01 the County,
near to lekeshurg. and about 13 !sites from the Penna.
Railroad and Canal..
No I...contains 3JU acres with new and first Hass
and other OUT BUTI,DINOS, with plenty of fresh water
at the house, barn, and in the fields.
Nu. 2 contains 'till acres of beautiful dint land, 2.1
acres of which is In meadow.s. This property lies on
Mullah creek. The imp, °Yemen ts run Fist of a 'loose,
Barn and Sawmill. The location Is very tine, and
needs but to be seen to be desired.
No 3 is a second rate farm cif eninnth pebble land
ritietainlng 'lOO nerTs,'well inriitiT, with '
good water and plod timber on It, Iluleatone near, and
would be a desirable property tor a buyer with
The Sulmeriber having removed from the neighbor
hood In Whleh the properties are located. to Carl isle,
limit It ineonvenient to intend to them, anti on this
aeeount niters them for sale. ,12er.PIIS wish Inc: further
infortmainn in retort. re to these pr`rmerties will pletise
address box 23,Carlkle Pa. or call un the subsrriber.
April 10 ISII3-7t..
14 7 00
14 7 00
‘ZINCI4', the rapid decline in gold, the
int= on hand the largest stork of
Hoods in the County. by taking advantage of early op
portinity and favorable turn in tut. market, is now
selling goods at lower prices than can be purchased in
any of the cities—l have reduced the price of
7 10 oo
7 lo on
7 10 tO
Fanry liaols. Mirages. LaNyns, yalenrizw, hhnllin
Un ,1,3111 , •R Ace.. all %%ill Lc sold at last year s pi Ices. I
ant determined to inn nut toy (alley silks :It fist
11le:v.1)(1d sud unblea,hed Muslins, at lower
Mtgs. . _
7 lo uu
1n I 0
NOTIONS oLD rtuc•rs.
10 t .1
A varied assortment i.l beautiful styles of Carpets. al
old peke. whtrh l intend t,. out,
I'M,' 1. rke. and will I, wild at 'cart Jai per vent lower
than Call lar bollgilt In any of the dries.
It t CUr
LOOK' !NO 111.AFtiiiES
wiNDow sitADEs. c.
7 10 00
7 lu U.
7 10 (0
7 10 Ito
7 10 (»
7 lu ((1
7 10 (111
7 10 III)
at, pf je.qt lwfore
1, tvel),,titilly re.tut,t th , F4 , In want of gumis to
and eX3IIIIIIII tuy sowlt I eloro
A. W. 121iN17.7.
pri 1 4,4-C43, -
0 ., ( 0
inTILLIAM. FRIDLEY respectfully
y tinnouncas to e citizens of Carlisle and the
public generally, the he still continues the Mall Uhl,
tare of all kinds of in and sheet iron w aro in .1.
Halbert's building 'ast Lowther street Carlisle at the
sign of the
RE) COFFEE I'OT,
where he will at t ll times be ready to do all kinds of
work in his line t ith neatness and despatch,
Also can at all t tiles be ha,. those vel e m a t e d, self
sealing and self testing premium airtight,
FRUIT CANS AND J'ARS•
noAna.mw.utina, mid all kinds of Jobbing done at
the whortest notice.
ra s h paid for I 'ld lead, pewter and copper. Thank
ful for the patronage beretof•lre extended. he hopes by
strict, attention, 1113 d a desire to please all to merit a
continuance of the same,.
Dont h,rget the sign of the Red Coffee Pot.
April 3, 15,03.
NEW GOODS ! NEW GOODS!!
'IINCE the decline in Foreign ex
leldieh Sawyer & Miller hare receb rd
their st and ; of Foreign Spring dress goods, embraving all
the latest fabrics 11111 i newest styles in the market.
PLAIN . AND FA YCY SILKS,
Wool and silk Poplins. Pungens, Tin ta Cloth, Shep
herd Plaids. G run:Wines, Lawns, Delalnes ,te
All klmis :llournlog toil funeral ponds of Ilissons
Importations, Spz lug Nl:miles. Shitwvls , Bo Imoraltz,
(loop Sklrti , , Sun Umbrellas, Gloves, if oxlery,
I, LOT 11%,,
plain and fancy ; all kinds of pantings at low prices.
We Lave a large stock of desirable goods. such as
fancy silks. dross' goods, Delaines, Hareges, Lawns,
many other goods loft over frofn last season,, which we
will soli at last years prices.
We have an Immense stock of Domestic goods, also
Carpets, Oilcloths, Window Shades,
Looking (lasses, House (*Dishing goods, .te.
W e w fil make fuhlltlonii to our stock se the , season
advances. Thankful for past patronage., WO hope to
merit u contl !Ma nee of the same.
LEIDICII SAWYER S.: MILLER.
April 3, 1563
RELIEF IN TEN MINUTES!
BRYAN'S PULMONIC WAFERS
A RE unfailing, in the cure of Coughs,
LLColds, Asthma, Bronchitis, Sore Throat, Hoarse
ness, Difficult Breathing, Incipient Consumption ' anti
Diseases of the Lungs. They hove notaste of medicine
and'any child will lake them. Thousandirhave been
restored to health that had betore,despaired. Testi
mony given in hundreds of cases. A singly dose re
lieves in ton minutes.
Ask for Bryan's Puhrionie Wafers—the co iginal and
only genuine is stamped "Bryan." Spurious kinds are
olfrred for sale. Twenty fivo• cents a box. .Sold by
dealers °amorally.. JOB AIOSES, Solo Proprietor, Ro
chester,'N. Y. For sale by S. Elliott,
-February 20,1803—1 y
T AW CARD.---CHARLES E.
ILA (ILAUOIILIN, Attorney at Law, Wilco in In
to-es building, Just opposite the Market House.
P. HUMIIICII, Attorney at, Law.'
v).-001co on =North Hanover stritet, a few doora
south of Glass' Hotel. All bualness entrusted to him
will be•promptly attended to. [Aprlll6.
TosNELL niTNER, JP-, Attorney at
Lttw and Surveyor. Mechanicsburg ; Pa. Wee oit
Ball Road Street, twO , doare north of the Bank.'
4114) , - Business promptly attended_ to.
South Unnover street, A *""eilirtitur , ;.&7s l
Aippostte Sents'Ary goyis
store. ' Juno 101.2.
vL PENItC),E, Attorney at Law.
• °inv. i n Itheem'a Ball. Professional ,hual
near'peompLly attended to. . .
February 21, 18dg.•
To the School Directors of .Cutaber
land County, •
GENTLEMEN—In pursuance Of MA
VI 43(.1 section of the Ant of Bth May 1854, ton stop
hereby nbtifled to meet in convention ' at the Court
House In the Borough of Carlisle on the first Monday
in May A. 15. 1863, (being the 4th day 'thereof ? ) at one
o'clock in the afternoon,. Mid select, invA Imes, by d •
majority of the whole number of Directors present, eitel . -
person of literary and scientific , ntioirements, and of
skill and experience in the art ofteaching, as County
Superintendent, for the three succeeding years; dkP
[ermine the amount of compensation for the Mine; and
codify the result to the State Superintendent at Har
risburg, as mouthed by the 39th and 40th sections of
said Act. JOSEPH MIFFLIN,
County Supt. of Cumberlau County.
Shlppensburg, April 10, 1862.
GEO. P. MYERS & SON,
We have taken the Store Rooms formerly occupied
l.y Ureculield . ..Iliettfer in East )laio street, next door
to the fall, where we intend to keep all kinds of
141'11.N-WMIE and OfteeKRIF.S. Our stork IS now and
fresh, earoully selected in the Eastern Cities. We in
the ralolie and tripods in tzeneral to give us a call
no examine nor stork or goods as we are determined
to sr: I. Cif EA!' FUR CASH. Our stock consists In part o;
SIM-ARS, 6'o FEE E, TEAS, S l'it UPS,
'alolacres Queensware, Willow (rare, Cedar ware. Broome
Bru.+o Cards and z+plees of every kind, warranted pure.
criii re en and Dried irrtrit,
Ferel4n all I Umnestic, and a full assortment of
'4rocel 4oner lily.
elt, , :r or hirrol or pound, Country prOtiuce ro
(els, I lo rxrrotoso fur goods.
)1 :JO. 1563
Watches Jewelry and Diamonds,
LEWIS LADOMUS St CO.
. 802 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia.
IT AVE always on hand, a large stock
of th,i and Silver Watches. suitable for Ladies,
Ount.lomen or Boys wear. Some of our own importa
tion, extra fine quality.
Our assortment of Jewelry eornistm of the most fash
ionable and rlel,Olusigns; as also the plainer and loss
Sliver Spoons. Forks, Pie, Cake and Fruit Knives;
also a large variety of fanny Silver Ware, suitable for
We lot vu also on hand, a most splendid assortment
or 111 ineind Jewelry of all kinds, to which see lIIVIte °S
pecial attention. tin r prices will be found considerably
less ft., n the same articles are usually fur.
:All kinds of Watehe§ repaired in the very best man
ner and warranted to giro sal israellom
WEDDINII RINGS on hand and made to order. Call
I.NW IS I..IDOMCS & CO.
502 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia
P. S. The highest rash prim paid for old (bold and
Slyer. All or;leds from the Country will receive goo
April 24, 1,a13-Iy.
SHIRTS ! SHIRTS 1 1
NIT E have the; largest and finest shirts
V ever ,fTere.l in this piece.
S I !WI'S nt 19,110 per ,p,z
1. .• 1:,00
.10. " 20.0 "
d”. " 3(1,01) "
warranted to I,e 01 the hest and ninst eolehretted makes.
Ite , n4lit hern•e the late alreinee in prices, eold by Lilo
etosen sir single, Jr ytiti e ant et
Pe rfer I Fr It mg Shirt',
No, th Ilanovor :Street Emporium
SFRIN 7 r TRADE, 1863.
VOW offering an immense variety of.
For Alen and Boys' Wear,
In variety, thav Ctill -tiny estabn
lishinetit It% rill" IS it ttAt prices tis ran he
eny here, t.., pocket We 1051111-
f the :inn, n• I% Iti I. "rile:, ill the latest styles,
„ r y.i rd. I • in , (• l .lliirin lshin; tin hare the muds
ttet'l tetettelltlittitil VII. the int li:lige,
An early iinnponnt go., , din and tin rcnpuctful
North ILinurer Street Clul hi ug t;inporiunt
March 13, 1,113.
)ENN MUT 1. IFE IN U It
( Ass ETs $1,151 789 60,)
ISESC'S LIFE INUIIANCE POLICIES,
on fat orahle terms.
The Board of Trustees I ave declared a Scrip Divi
dend of fog tv re' vent. upon the Cash Premiums re
ceived in 1,11. on all Policies in force on the lilst of De
eetnber. and have derided to receive the Serip Divi
dends of and 1031) In payment of Pre
mium Notes jrlLouis on Policies due the Company,
e ill be eiedited lin the same it ith the Scrip of said
- The undersi;nnal is 1(.a.1y to deliver certificates to
parties 1,100.41 to receive them, at the ('artiste Agen
cy. at his othee on Main street, at any time after the
date of this notice.
Pamphlets, tables of rates. applications and every in
formation furnished Is ithout
Boarding School for Young Ladies,
AT CAIMISI,E, PA.
The French and Latin languages are part of the reg
ular eon. se rd :du Iv. other languages and the urns•
luelital branches taught. if desired, at teachers• rates
Pupils received at any time.
Apply Lo the Rev. FRANCIS J. CLM!C. or
Mrs. JOHN R. SMEAD.
March 2t, I
9,.liarrint,urg 'l"klevraph Insert 10 days, 11iiipens
loirg OWN 2 months, nod Chanihorshurg Ileitosilory 2
iromths, tar sl,' and send hill to this 011100. • •
Al)Ni IN IST R ATO It' S NOT I C.E._
hot - ters or A dad n ist rat I. n or,loliti 1 Myers, dee'd.
late of Munroe LOW 11•1011, hnrin¢ been issued to the
subscribers residing iii the same township, notice is
Hereby given to all persons having rlaims against said
estate to present them, anti those Indebted to make
Dr. MICHAEL L. HOOVER,
Mardi al, 1 sr,
GREENFIELD & SHEAFER
HAVE removed to their new and
beautilul Store Room, South-east corner of Mar
ket Square, opposite Irvine's Shoe Store. Having just
returned front Now York and Philadelphia, with nu
immense variety of Dress floods, wo are prepared to
niter superior Inducements, to any other house In the
Plain Alpacas all ' Knobby' Shades, single and double
width. Brocade Oriental Lustros, all shades, Plain and
Plaid Poplins, more beautiful than any silk, at ono
half the cost of silks, Pongee, Mixtures, Do Laihes
Challies, Lawns, Organdies, Chintses, tee,
A heavy stock "1 Prints, Muslins, Ginghams,
Cot tonades, 141I1s, &c., will be sold at reasonable rates.
'mourning floods to be offered at astonishingly low
Bombazines, Cashmeres, Summer Reps, Alpacas, Plain
Ramps, all wool De Latinos single and double width,
Tory o eap.
Cloths and Cassimeres.
A good assortment of Cloths, and the largest variety o f
Fancy Cassimeres, over offered in this market.
Also, our usual assortment of Notions, Hosiery,
Moves, Trimmings, Ac.
GREENFIELD & SHEAFER,
South East Corner Market Square; opposite Tryluo's
March 2O, 1863.
:Ready Made Clothing,
oF our own manufacture,. the most ex
tenslve stock ever exhibited, warranted as repre
sented, sold Wholesale or Retail at the lowest market
prick, got up In the most
. ,____F_IISLI.IOffII,BLE STYLE,
to pleaso thi most fasthilous Vista, be suro and call bp•
tfto furnishing alsowhero at
TS - NAC I,I.VINosTaN,
North Hanover Struot Clinhhag Emporium.
March 13, 1563. , .
I_TAINTI)KERCITIEFS, Ties, Stocks,
unit6ii., suspondurs, Under F;birts, Drawers, a
hoautifwl assortment can ho 'Wand at
. . ISAAC -LI VINC4STQN'S
North Ilauover Street Emporium.
' March 13 !. 1803. .
O. P. M EltS B: SON
COTTON (1001): 4 4.
A. L. SPO:s:SI,EIt