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Messrs, Beckman, PiakeY.
Hein, iVicHride c ittiiore, Balmer aiml Hancock. •
Rank*. /times Hatord;Stein,Sheiik,Livlngston,
Husael, Walter and Ruah. • -
Estatis and Eicheats. Afeasre Sharawooil",'Hut.
ler, Whitman, ' , Boughmin, Sheridan,. Janice and ,
Bridget, 'Slate and Turnpike Roads. Meisra
Thomas, Carpenter, Myers,,Frederiek, Glenn, Me
- eartey and Mueller. ' _
Corporations. Messsrs Hancock,Roelibill,Gogd
win, Deal, }arke, Heebner and MoCullcugh.
LieaMpprofirithyons. Messrs. Pottiger, Mops's
lin, . Postiethwaite, McWilliams, Hill, Hultz and
1. - difil. -- MeTsifiTSkiii•Winid;Kennedrof Beaver
Belt. Thompson; Lung, Ilsiiret and Karns.
• COpare Bills. Masers. Picking, Boil, Clinton
Hood;Gearhoart and Craig. • • - '
Printing.. Messrs. Unmet, MoGowen and , Cum
Library. Messrs. Kerr of Mercer, Sherwood
Inland Navigation, Eic. Messrs. Lowery, Tus
tin, Trego, Heckman, o!Brian, Goodwin, Overfteld,
kiwell, Skinner, McDaniel, Bell, Hill, kennedy of
- Congressional Districts. Messrs. • Elwell, Me
Gowan, Trega, Rookhill, Roumfort, Brooke, FA
ton, Foremtn, Hahn, Theries, Packer, Frederick
Pottiger, Bell, Picking, Walter, Kennedy - 61'0mb
McCullough, Overfield, Boa!, Linton, Mcßride
Dcford,,Mellaniel, Craig, Barrett, GOodwin, Low
Senatorial and Representative Districts. Meier&
Briwley, ShrwQixl, Blish, Tustin; Balmer,. Kerr
'or Munt:oe ) and, Carson. . •
The Somers Mutiny.
- We published in nur last, the statement of Com
mander Mackenzie, pleading his justification for
the painful - duty which devolved upon him in exe
cuting the mutineers on board the U. S. Brig
Somers. The report of-the Court of Inquiry may
be expected in 'a few , days, and the decision of the
Secretary of the Navy. Meanwhile the matter is
still the subject of violent discussion by the pub.
lie.prints; the majority of which, however, take
ground 'in favor. of Mackenzie. • As every thing
connected wtth - this matter is of absorbing inter.
est to the public;; - rove take the following extracts
from a' letter written - by. R. H. Dana, jr. of Dos.
ton, a gent eman cifTitlents andintimatety con.
versant with Naval life. Mr. Dana, Who had
been paying a viiiit.tcrthe Court of Inquiry, says
in his letter : •
"Indeed, rwould go further, and say that one
pest either have been at sea, or be willing to re
ceive something on faith f o r those who have, to
judge fairly of this ease. The-difficulty,iu the
public mind is to be.satisfied that there was such
a state of things on board, after the arrest, as
would render it all but certain to men of reason
able firmness and discretion, - that the aqested per
sons 'could not_be_takeninto port in irons. For
this most be made out, or-the execution was un
justifiable. Ido not. yet mean to. give yoli an
opinion upon which I am willing to be held, for
the facts are not yet all in ; but I should dot.be at
all surprised iftlie facts and demongtrations which
satisfied. Alaekenzie and his officers, should have
less effect upon the gtincrul observir and redder
on shore. The_crew were under some fear-after
the arrest, and would l'e careful not to do any
overt net or commit themselves at all, until they
Were ready to attempt the rescue. They would"
Conceal every sign until the moment of the out.
break. if the officers had waited for that evi
dence, they-would have waited just too long for,
their ownaafety, and fur the prevention of dread.
ful crimes on the whole_oecan. They were oblig y
ed to judge fecun a variety of small circumstances,
. of which some are significant only to naval men,
and others can hardlyke made on paper as - they
' . cud'thelleck: For instance. the refusal of three
men to muster.. 'lf this. was, 118 the officers be
lieved, a deliberate combination to disobey a law
fol. order ' and carried out, it was of itself a mu
tiny; and would ffirleit the lives of the parties by
the martial law : for I know no other definition of
mutiny than cover that act. •It is an open
defiance of authority, and, connected with the
- eventof others, would• alone go far to make out
the required case. The suspected contrivance to
carry away the mast; the gathering .of the 111011
about the mast-head, away from their 'stations ;
their rushing aft to the boom-brace; arid refusal
to gn forward when ordered; the •crowding into
and_blacking up_ot_timnarrow_gangWays; their
. neglect arid disobedience of orders; that inde
scribable something, which Mr. Perry mentioned
in their looks and manner, denoting defiance and
pi+paration for worse; the concealing •of deadly
'' .weapons in convenient but secret places;, the hid
ing a dagger in the gun carriage, near Spencer;
the midnight alarms; and above all, the -fact of
these demonstration§ becoming stronger,more ap.:
parentaind more frequent us they •drew nearer to
port, and the chances of escape for the guilty were
• lessening; all these might make out a case which
' would satisfy a conscientious, humane and brave
man in taking life, when yet a landsman, reading
the articles in the papers by his fire-side, iii the
heart of a city, surrounded by watchman, a police,
and a posse comitutus,before whoiri he can 'swear
the peace' against a suspected ussaulter, and have
him put into the 'tombs,' might • think the judg
ment not sustained by evidence of sufficient dan.
ger. If the officers were morally certain of an
outbreak, which no confinement could 'prevent;
' recollect, they could call in no aid from abroad;
there was no place for retreat, and no concessions
. would avail them. Must they then wait the onset
and its chances? Perhaps so far as personal dan
ger to themselves was concerned, Mr. Mackenzie
and his officers weiuld have, been willing to run
...the risk of the contest, or (as. would have been
more probable) of being taken by surprise and at
a disadvantage, rather than to take life before.
band; but they had also a solemn duty as public
offieere s - at - all hazards,to - prevent this vessel's be.
' coming a pirate., in the hands of men who would
. have the power and the will to commit the most
dreadffit 'atrocities of which we can form' any
imagination; and, if, !Font any over-humanity, or
a fear of the eonsequeneei ,of, an mention _to
themselves- professionally, or before the public, or
from too much confidence in their own power,diey
had suffered the . conspirators to, prevail, and the
dreadful consequences had come to our ears—not
even the personal sufferings and death of' these
officers, would have saved their memory from out
In another pillion of his letter, Mr. Dana thus
speaks of Commander MacKenzie:
" I next 'carefully observed the.featuies and ex,
pression of the party on trial : for this case is one
which receives its complexion very much fiom
tit, character of the chief actor: the facts being
such as can never come to us with the same force
and meaning, with which they came to him at
the' time. It is not questioned that he acted
upon the best of his deliberate judgement. How
is he qualified . then,, , in moral and intellectual
cliarectel, for forming a judgement 1 becomes an
important question. On this point his appear.
ance is very much in his favor. He is apparent-.
ly about forty years of age, and I am told that he
entered the service at ten, and be says he has,
served thirty years. Ho has ''every mark of a
calm, self-possessed,'clear-minded'man, and en
tirely free from . that dashing, ofrhaad or assum
ing manner which sometimes atfends the milita
ry button. , I felt much confidence, in him from
the moment I had carefully observed him, and
this confidence has increased by my being in.
termed that he is more noted for conscientious.
nese, order and theroughnees, than for imagine.
Lion or cnthusiam.
TCZ BLACK Torrouz.--We mentioned
a few days sinee, that a fearful epidemic
was raging , in the neighb (whom of Balaton.
N. 'Y., but were. unable at that time to
give, a description . :of ,it. A corrospondent
of the ,Iloston thin describes its ap
• , •
"The disease somtimes commences with
St swelling of the, gland oi the thrdati,-,,but
more generally I be d icive,• with soreness' 14
the tower extremity or.‘roots' of the tongue.
The tongue soop.bicomeo swelled • se an
enormous size, and. unless •sooa., relieved,
beginsie ; ,mrn blink, which .4 00 n: . coneee
death. 'believe; there : has beenioareely
cue whet neVenzni.:Onivieed the .disease,
11 !!" ,1 4 4 9 1 0UU:ic triman'.o setiiivon -;hp
This pleasant Medicine is formed by a combina . -
, tion of twenty diffeierlt ingredients, all celebrated
fOr the cure of Colds, Coughsomd. Pulrnonic Car
plaints ; and by its combination, if one of these arti :
tiles should he used separately and afford no relief,
in the EXTRACT OF 110ARHOUND they are
so amalgamated, that the benefit of the whole is ex
perienced in one Compound.
About three years and a half ago, this article...was
first brotight before the public. It was het aided with
no previous announcement of its merit or value; but
was introduced by the proprietors to the comtnunity
to stand by their decision, as regarded its beneficial
in tlißtifee That de — Cision has been attained inn man
ner altogether un9icpected. The unsought kcknowl- ,
edgeritent . of its worth has proceeded spontaneously
from thousands, who have ,experienced its benefits
throughout the country. And why is it so ? Be
cause the trial of its qualities in Coughs and Colds,
Hoarseness, Irritation of the Throat, Croup.Whoop
ins Cough, Asthma, Catarrhs, Palpitation. of the
Heart, Liver ComPliint; Niglit Swtilts, difficult or
profuse Expectoration, and' all diseases leading to
Consumption, has given it a value that no other elm.
nor medicine has ever reached.
_ Witenibe_blood an-unhealthrstate r and-the
constitution naturally delicate, if a cold sets in'and
no immediate relief takes place, the chances are al
. togetheh against the patient attaoked ; it is when rem
edies are taken hit time, that disease is checked and
life saved.' There is no disease but may not be suf-'
levet; to go such a length that no medicine •or phy
sician in the world can save the person attacked.
Tide should be remembered by all; the safety of
life is, to be prepared iu time. At the symptoms of
a Cold, Cough or Chilliness, THE CLARIFIED
ESSENCE OF HOARHOUND CANDY, should
be freely used according to directions; and in every
case where it is so used in finder time, the Cough or
Cold will be broken up or eradicated. We feel it
our duty to impress this upon every one—all reme
dies must be taken in time.
Complaints of the lungs are the most dangerous
and at the same time most prevalent of all diseases.
Our climate is most peculiar; it changes suddenly
'from extreme warroth,to extreme cold, from wet to
dry, and it is from this change in the climate that
diseases are apt to arise. ' •
The following is one of a thotbiand certificates the
proprietor. could show, attesting the virtue of his
"I have experimentally tested the virtues of . your
Clarified Essence of kloarhound Candy;and would
recommend it to be , universally used by . all those
whose lungs are exposed—no publie_spealcer shbuld
be without it. Rev. Mr: LIMN,
Formerly Pastor of M. E. Church, York, Pa.
Remember, each package of the , gamine Hoar
hound Cindy is eigned J. Pr..tsz Stir: - •
: All letle) . 4,.Post paid; direetedip J. Pease k SoN
45 Divialem atreet,N Y, will be punoluallt attended
'••' • ' '
Merehante 'in the country wishing Peeee's
Illoarhound Ciedy can obtain it at the manufacturer's
lowest terror, by sending an order to any one in' the ,
city' with whom they have dealings. • ;
aloMerehantS and storekeepers in this vicinity
lien be supplied by applying to Messrs. Myers &
Havered)* who hove a burs and fresh supply direct
from the, Manoractures.
For sale by
MYERS s a HA
to for Coll e an d by
hani,Getn..„,n_ w _
wilsot!•Z ' obTr.
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Tim Matitgaas Tut ,
deeds ofpetitiOnli hive been presented to the
Texan Congress for diforces; The Chair-
Man of the Committee to whom they wire
referred; intends to put them all in one bill
i`tind report faVorably. A. bill was intriduced
afterwards, providing that when.any mar
ried persons, become dissatiified with - their
1 choice, on, publication of their intention to
dissolve the matrimonial ties for 30 days,the
same, shall be considered as done. If this
law pass, Texas may soon be a "singular
country," inducing-Cupid,at-least,to regard
it ai the Republic Of the Lone star I -
Drcicarts,--A nevi. work by " iri
monthly parts, is announced in the London
papers. It is called,- " The Life and Ad !
ventures of Martin Chuzzlewit," dr,c.
IC:rA Locofoco Stale Convention at
Frankfort, Ky. have nominated Col. R. M.
Johnson for the Presidency. Subject to
the decision . of a National Convention.
Reduction of Postage.
We noticed in our last, the convening of
the PoStrnaters 'of NeW Yak, Philadelphia,
and Baltimore, in Washington city, at' the
instance of the Totit,Master General, 4O
take into consicleraton the subject of a re
duction of postage, and the following report
of the Post Master GeneraLiranstnitted to
the,-Senate on Saturday, , we presume is .
a sumnSary .. of their doings:
Upon all aingle'letters dent by the mail any
distance not over 30 miles - rr_cents.
Over 8,0 to 100 miles -10 "-
Over 100'to 200 miles l5. "
Over 200 to 400 miles , 20 "
Over 400 miles
It will thus be seen that a small reductiOn
is recommended, but - wethiiikliad_Mr,
Wickliffe embraced in his recommendation
the abolishment of postage on Newspapers
when transrintted:through - the mail to' the
JifferentPost Offices in the counties where
in they arc pubished, he would have done
much . more to' the - advancement of a-gen-.
eral. intrusion of knowledge, which alladmit.
is the great base or structure upon which
our Republic stands, and this increase of
which insures its perpetuity. We believe_
that had the reportembraco this proposi
florin would have met the hearty approba
tiod`of the. .PeoPle; and tht't that public func
tionary could not have made amore pop
ular, eertainly•not a more laudallle sugges
FASIIIONS FOR JANUARY.—Ear drops are
. much worn by the ladies, and drops at the
,nose by 'small
_children. • Cardinals are
more ittfashion than the cardinal virtues.
Presses are miw.mitle fuller behind thait
we ever saw them before, and it is quite a .
pleasant morning's excursion to circum
navigate a full hello. Sacks are the waik
ingtostume of the gentlemen—whether
en to them by,the ladies or not, we •cannot
say. Gentlemen's boots are now made too
small for the feet—so much so that in
some cases the toes peep •through them.
Feathers and jewels are much in vogue,
and snuck creditis givcdto the ladies for
their-taste in these_particulars—Thin_shoes
for walking are an article of general con
sumption with your young misses.
E?188.8.131.520V6 113&inO 3's
. • -
• TitiO aiamit..,,
Icr A t public meeting
. waslield on ri
dgy'. week last'ats.YVheeling,' Irti:for the
*pose of urging Congress to, snlopt the
the 'plan of the Hon. W. Cost Tohnson for
the Lunn of itoali — baseiritiiiii' the publii
The National Forum says that under
Governer Porter's management; Ottir debt
hai increased to near $40,000,000, and tic
and his political clique have all grown
rich, and some of them have_ retired __upon
the - proceeds- of trfew --- tponths service:-we
have also a set of relations to the 'third and
fourth generation, who' must be, piovided
for and until they'are ready to retire in , turn.
we will hear noth ing but 'hard times,'
'no , work ,' !nobody . - , .coming to buy,' and
nothing but taxes, discounts and reputlation
Will not the people open their eyes and
look at these thingdas they exist? .
When the prophecy of Father Miller
was first given . 'to the world (according to
the Baltimore Clipper) the very day of the
.4estruction was, named—.subsequently be,
confined :himself to. the present year;
within which the event was to Cceurand.
now- he says,"cibout the year 1.843." This
is taking rather too great a latitude with .
prophecy. If his Computation of - time be
correct, he cannot go beyond this year—
but he has left hiciself a hole td creep out
of,' should the world outlaßt the year. The
word "aboia" is- . too indefinite; as it may
embrace several. years.'.
TO DRIVE OFF: TROUBLE.--Sei about
doing good to Somebody: put on yotir hat,
and go visit the sick and poor; inquire
into their wants, and o rnitiiiter to them.
_S_eek_out- the desolate-and oppressed, and
"tell them of the consolaticins of religion.
I have often tried this Method; and Always
found it the best medicine for a heavy heait.
—John Howard — `
REVIEW OF THE MARKETS.
BEEF CATTLE.—The offerings on Wilda/
mounted to libo . ut 6uo heat; 360 of which sold at $3
50 to ti, the latter for an excellent strtieler about 150
were taken on' to Philadelphia, and' the 'remainder
left unsold. Hogs arc more plenty, and have sord'at.
325t0 $3 37, a leW choice - at $3 50 per 100 lbs.
FLOUlL—Howard .street sold on Saturday -add
early this week, at $3 751 subsequently the ptice
has beet, $3 81 per bl 4. from stores; the receipt mire
$3 62i, the market continues very dull. City Mills
has sold at $4,1; high is a decline; but the stock is
quite light, and !Millers appear tether indifferent a.:
bout selling at present rates. -
GRAIN.—The receipts of Wheat continue very
limited, even by wagons, and the best reds coming
to hand will not,commaud•over 75 a 80 cents per
buShel. •We have not transactions to notice in Rye.
Corn has declined, notwithstanding, the small sup
plies coming forward ; neither white or yellow .will
command over 40 to 41 cents. Outs 25 to 26. •
• WHISKEY—This article stil continues low in
price, bblu. selling at 18 cents per gallon, nna hhds.
PHILADELPHIA, Jan: 21, 1849.
ATTLE mAmayr,-709. Beeves in market, of
which 149 were from Virginia.. Sales 4 to 5 cents ;
extra si; 64 Virginia Cattle from New York-40
left over. 211 Cons and Calves. Sales from sl6to
21 ;. extra $25 n 27; Springers $l2 a 19; Dry Cows
.$4 a 12. '267 Hogs in market, 169 western—sales
3+ a +-SO left over. 1372 SlieeP---sales from $1 00
to 1 50 ; extra $1 75 a 3 25 .
1•'LOU11.---We notice sales during the week of a
bout 1200 bbls gond shipping brands at $3 37,i; also.
sales of two small lots by a 'very liberal 'concession,
in favor of the. purchaser. This morning holders
are firm nt 3 87, and transactions dull, there being
few shippers in market. Rye Flonr-2 75, nt which
figures light sales•have been made. ; Corn Mekl—
GRAIN.- -The stock on bawl is Lght, equally so
the demand. Sales orWheat at prices ranging from
80 aB5 c.ts. Rye---sales at 50 cts. Oats--Southern,
19 a 20 cents.
WiIISKEIYA--17 a 111 cts. in hods , ant 19 a 20 in
• • MARRIED.
"On the 10th inst. by the Rev. Henry Anrantl,
Mr. JOHN MILLER to Miss MARY ACKER.
MAN, ull of, Westpcnnsborough township.
On the 12th inst. by the same, Mr. GEORGE
W. WOLF to Miss • ANN MORRETT, all of
In the 19th inst. by the same, Mr. GEORGE
LEAS„ Merchant„ of Mechanicsburg, to, Miss
ELIZABEIII,HIcKES, of Westpennsborough
e-ti n by the camp, Mr. JOHN HOLTZ
APPLE, Jr. to Miss HARRIET STOOP, all of
arO I SECEM '
• THE books and papers of the late proprietors of
the ..Carlisle Herald and Expoditor,!' are in the
hands of the subscriber r residing itLWestpennsboro'
township, for suit. All accounts unpaid alter the
23d inst. will be put in suit.'
L. U. WILLIAMS.
`clar2, aatlas• ciao
FURNITURE ; LIQUORS.&c.
HAVlNGleased the "Mansion Muse Hotel,"
I will receive written proposals for furnish
ing the following articles, or part thereof, for use
in the same, viz: For twenty r five Bedsteads;
twenty-five Beds, with pillows and bolsters fir
feathers, by tho pound, for the same ; changes for
the bolsters and pilloWs per set; sheets, linen or
muslin, Blankets,Comforts, Quills or Counter
panes, Tables, Soas, Chairs,Washstands; Bowls
and Pitchers , Carpeting , Looing-glasses, Kitchen
and Table furniture, old and good liquors, or for
any other articles that may be thought necessary
in that establisment.
It is expected that all articles offered, will be
of good quality, fit for the use for which they are
intended, but extravagant and costly articles will
be strictly avoided. •
Sixteen Bed-rooms, two Parlors, one Bar, two
Editing and one eating room for sixty, and a Kit-
chen to be furnished.
Proposals to be. forwarded on or before the Ist
day of February next;the articles to P 6 deliiered
at any time previous toihe 35th of March next.
Estate of-Peter Wilt, deceased.
. • N aitt r iZt: ' •.
LRTTEItS of Administration on the
. Estate of PETER WILT, late of • West
PennsbeTough township, deo'd., have issued in due
form of law to the subscriber in said township. All
persons indebted to said estatearerequested to make
uutnediate payment; and those having claims will
present thenaduly authenticated for settlement.
"JAMES IttI'UULLOUGH. Adta'r. •
. January 25,18431. . " • 61,43
. .- . • .
aa.+2 a coma fas
ISPETITION for the - Benefik - of the
: Law, bail been filed the 19th Jan. 1543, by
JOHN - JOHNSON, formerly - Merchant. '
end late , contractor on public work, of
• the firm of Jnoeb A. Gorges and Co. •
and FRIDAY • the ~17th der of'FEBRITARY
next, at II o'Clock; A.- M. is' appointed for tho
hearing therolot hoforecthn,said Court, sitting in
Bankruptcy, atilin' Distriet Court Rooth in' the
City of Philadelphia, When'ind:Wherwthe clay
tore of -the said -Pell timer; 'Niko have proved their
Debii, and all otlieriWrliolle
pear and oho* cense, if ithy they have, why such
Volition should ' no be , treated. ,
_ • ••'• FRAS. , IIOFRINSON,;
" • ‘, •" Clerk of the •Ds:strlit Court*
Sert, VS, ISO,
BALTIMORE, :Jan. 21, 1849
HE s ‘ . l l B4lVl erected
—. ln the past yeaeby the inhooriberoikont hairs'
mile below Harrisburg, euthe east bank of the Sus.
quebanni, near the Railroad and. 'Oanal, tiontitining
_two_Verticaland t*o;Citshilar.Stiws,is.now-itt °per-.
ation,and ready to execute orders. with the utmost
despatch; AT PRWES IN . CONTORJIII7'Y•
WITH' THE .11,LXERS.r.. REDVOTION or.
THE TIMES. •
- An assortinene id the various kinds'of Scantling,
Boards,. Plasterin g and Shingling Laths, Gar
den Pales, &e., will be afways kept ready for deliv
ery; and persons sending Rats or Logs to the Mill,
can have them sawed as directed, on the most rea
sonable terms.:. •
•.•.40,600 feet, of seasened'cleiii Stuff are now iu
t h ee - Yard. 0 • . . .
ySteara - poWeriand-rooni In-thebnilding i to
• W. GRIMMAWL
January 25, 1843:
Estate of Mary enton„dedeasect ..
on the last will of, MARY 'FENTON, -late of
Mifflin township, deceased; have • been issued by the
Register; in and for this, county:le The subscriber
who resides in the same townshiv. ; All persons
having claims or demandsigainst t ie . Estate of the
said deeetlent,are requested to make known the smite
with Out delay, and those indebte mike .immedi
ate payment to
January 25, 1843, • , .
Estate' of George .11 . ttplOy, deceaseit.
'iTERS of Atlminislration on the
'Estate of (IEORGE 11UpLEY, late 'of East
Pentudiorough township, deceased, have teen issued
to the subscribes• residing in Allen township. .Al,l
persons having claims against said Estate, will pre
sent them for settlement, and those indebted will
Make immediate payment to .
GEORGE RUPP, Jr. Adm'r.
January 25,1843. • Bt-13
To the Heiis and legal Representatives
of Dr. Lemuel Gustine, dec'd. •
WAKE NOTICE, That by virtue of a
Writ of PartitiOn or valuation to me directed,
Issued out •of the. Orphan's Court of Cumberland
'county, I will hot(' au Inquisition wipe Real Estate
of Dr. Lemuel Dwaine, dec'd. on flie premises on
!•iittitilay the 11th of. February, A. D. 1843. at II
o'clockok. M.' 'where all interested mayLittend it
they think prOper.
Sheriff's Office, CarlisleTL. MARTIN,
January 1843. • St-IS
- G1. .11i -U'`IXTGD.
TWO THOUSAND BUSHELS. OF
Cow f v.. and: 11.1(6 wanted, for which the highes
price will lir given.
.S. M. HARRIS.
In the Court of Comma Pleaa of Cumberland co.
Oth January, 1843, The account of Samuel Woods
and Will iam . Woods, Jr: Trusteed of lames Woods;
presented to the Court, and the 14th day of Febru
ary next, appointed for the confirmation of the same,
of which al pOrsons interested will take notice.
By the court TIIOS. 11. CRISWELL, Proth'y.
'January 18; 1849. flt-1 '2
Pay -Up Play ._l7pl
ALL pet:eons, that are indebted to the subscriber,
either by note or book account, are' requested
to cull ittillosettle on or before the 15th day of Feb . -
ruary next, as no further indulgence can lie Riven.
—; JACOB . SENER.
Carlisleijan..lB, 1842. .5t42
THE two story brick Dwelling and lot, on Pitt
street, near High, now occupied by Mrs. Massey,
and the one adjoining, lately occupied by 11. White
Middleton, Esti: Possession will be given on the Ist
cf April next. For terms apply to
JNO. PHILLIPS, or
WM. D. SEYMOItE.
A LSO. the basement IMurbs of the Methodist
Episcopal Church. For terms apply 'as above.
Also, for sale or rent, the Houses Orchard and
.ot port.hased by me of the Messrs. Houses,
orwerly owned by Mrs. Utile. If desired the
louses and garden will be rented separate from the
ots and orchard. WM. 1.): SEYMOIIE.
January 11, 1843. tf-11
AUCTION AUCTION !
1!;C: leave to inform the citizens of Carlisle and
DI its viciuity,•thut they will commence selling at
Awtion, their Stock of Merckandize, consisting of
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, QUEENSWARE, &C, flbC.
oh, MONDAY the 9th Inst. and will continue;ao sell
from day to day, until all is sold.
SAMUEL MYERS, •
GEO. W. SFIEAFFE'IL;
'Surviving partners of the-firm of Myers & Co.
N. B. All persons having claims against said firm
nee requested to present them for settlement and all
those indebted either by note or liciok account, will
0311 and make payment,it is necessary inconsequence
or the death of one of the partners that the business
Of the said firm be settled ImMediatelv,
S.M.. & CO.
January 4, 1842. • 9t-10
TO THE PUBLIO.
S the filminess of MOSES MYERS, who is en
,as a :Millwright, in Lebanon township,
A(tatas county, has been injured to some extent by
the evidence in a late law suit between myself and.
David Cockley of Lancaster, in which it wax repre
sented that the machinery in my mill had notopera
ted properly on account of defeCts in the wheels
constructed by Mr. Myers. I deem it an act of jus
tice to Mr. Myers Mr.,
mate to the public that I did
not and do not believe such to be the case. And I.
wduld hereby recommerfil him as a first rate work
man, the evidence of 'which eau be found by eltamin-
Mg the machinery of the mill now owned by mt.. •
MICHAEL O. BELTZHOU,EII.
Monroe twp. Jan. 4 , , t1342._ 40'40
e 49 atrsi:
EIBAVER awl Pilot' Moth for over coats. . Also
LP Black, Blue anit'lnvisible - Geeen Cloth far dress
coatajust received and very hiw,ht the stare of
Dec. 91, 1849. - CHAS. OGILBY.
- 13121911. malsanal
Shoes & Cap's,
r FlE.subscriber has just returned - from
- 2 -
the , and is opening, in addition to his for
mer stock, 14 eases or Boots, Shoes and
en's, Boy's and Youth's thick boots.
Men's fine Calf Boots slid water-proof do.
Men's and Boy's Kip and Seal Boots.
Men's, Boy's and Youth's Brogans.
Ladies' Kid Welts and Slippers.
Colored Lining Skins.
Men's, Boy's and Youth's Fur, Cloth; Scarlet
Fancy Caps .
LEMONS of Superior quality.
BUNCH RAISINS, supdlor quality new crop..
Alt of 4yilich will be sold cheap for cash.
WM. M. MATEER.
Carlisle, Dee. 21, 1242
Pd:.Erel'lONS for Discharge and Car
home of the Bankrupt Law, have been filed the
16th Jan. 1843, by
JOSEPH OTTO, Carpenter and Cabinet':
• maker, . Cumberland 00.-
SAM UEL DAVIDSON, l'anner Es Currier.
and as a •Butcher in Company -with John
Davidson, ' Cumberland co.
EDWARD EIELFENSTEIN, formerly -or
Daytini 3 Ohlo, merchant, now Clerk, db
WILLIAM-11. -WOODBURN, _ late Mer
chant. and Farmer, - ' . - Cumberland Co.
SAMUEL SMITH, . (individually and as a
Member of the firm of Smith and Quigley,).
Merchant; Miller, and Distiller .and For. .
warding:Merchante:L." :L . ' -.. ' Cumberland 60 .
GEOlit4M.FLßMlNG,fortnerly, printerlind . ~. ~.
publisherdaticontraider, on Publio Works, do <'-
and FRID.A.Y the' 3lst 'day:of MAJICH,itt. It o'.
eloek, A: M. Is appolnled: 'fbi*, the heaf i lnthereof;
Court; - sitting the said t i - sitting In :Bank ruptcy, a to m,
•Elistrio,t Court room ink the City of Ph ladelnida. ,
When and where the creditors of the . sai d Petition ! ,
ers, who have priitettdiele debts; 'andall Orions
intereited,:Mayaorar,and show causef any' they
haves. why au* Discharge and cartifmate ahclaid not
FT:. ••- PRAti'll.OPlCtNsol?;:'
__,-; '`' '''''-'-.• • _.,ClegitAtO4' ol l,rtat;C9iive•
_INN, • •
''• . 7404*; " 11115 0, ./ `r.-i , "'“,..'; r . F.<7.,•';, - ,..zi1154 1. 12
: , .:.''-'. ?< 4 42 . t':' . :0:,.iY , -.' , '":' - ' , .. , ' , .=i7 ,
nv.,. , ~....; ', ,—:...:-....,..- , ~
Regi z SUM'S 1 4 4TOiees
' Carlisle; January 14, 1643.
' Notice Is hereby given all mnsOns interested
brat the following accounts have been Sled In thlif
named, ap4 'will be presented to the Orphan's
Court •of Cumberland county fot confirmation
l and allowance on Tuesday thel4th day of Feb:
.ruary. A. D.. 1843, viz : • ~ - ,
1. The account of Job:: Eichelberger, MO:in;
istrator Margaret Long, late of Allen' . town.
2. The of Henry Church, Admit:it:lra.'
tar of Daniel P. Erb, late of East Pennsbnrough•
township, deceased.' ' • • , .-
3. The account of Jonah Rudy,' Administrator
of HOffman,lite,:if-Allen_township, deinnuld,_
4. The account of James Brandebury, Ad.
ministrater of Patienee McKean, late of the bor.
'sough of. Shippensburg,',deeessed:', '
5. ,The account of Martin Renni4er and Dan
iel Bretz, Executors of Month Henninger,•senior,
fate; of Best.Penn,sborpugh township, dedeased...
• 6. The account of Sarah Boletner,Adminietra.
idea Conrad Bolander, late. of the Borough of
Carlisle, deteased, filed by Jacob C.-Dooey,-Ex
ecutor of Sarah Bolander. • •
7. The account of Peter Bianhart;Administra
tOr of Midhael ',Hin t -late of Alton township, de
S. The account of Wil liam Carothers, Guar.
"draTiiiirSilloTrfeAnn Lefever, dmighter of Law.
rence Lefever, deceased.
9. The account of Rudolph Martin, Guardian
of Susan Criat, daughter of John Crist, deceaSed;
10., The account of Samuel WherryoGuardian
of the minor children of Aiidrew Sharp, deceased.
Id. The account of Peter Barnhart, Guardian
of John Miller, minor son of Jacob Miller, do.
12.. The acc'uunt pf Jacob Shrom, Guardian of
Andrew McKim, son of James McKim, deeeased.
.13.,.The account of Jacob Shrom; guardian of
Mary McKim, daughter of James McKim,- de
14. The account of Francis Pdrter, one of the
Guardians of Mary Jane Mateer, a minor child
of William Mateer, deceased, filed by the Execu.
for of said Porter. • : ' '
15. The account' of same one of the Guardians
of daroline , Matcer, another of said minors, filed
16. The account of same one of the Guardians
of Ann Eliza Meteor, another of said minors,
filed by same. ,
17. The account of William Harkness ' one of'
the Guardians of Ann Eliza Muteer,minor daugh
ter of William Mateer, deceased. , •
Notice, in Bankruptcy
ix 7 ILL be rented, by public outcry on. FRIDAY
VIF .the 20th JANDA talust.at 10 o'clock,A,M.
on the.premises ' the FARM of Daniel P. Scher
balm, situate in Westpennhoro'. township, Cumber
land county, three miles west of Carlisle,
CONTAINING 104 ACRES,
90 acres of which is good arable Limestong Land, in
a good state of cultivation. ~It will be rented for the
term of one year. Possession .given on the lst of
April next. .
Also at the same time and place:will be at
public sale a
31424122 10232233i1int1e i ,
Fooley's patent with a-lot of new double hogsheads,
a,boilcr that would 'answer a tan yard or other ma
chinery, large copper worms. The whole to be sold'
together in or pieces as may best suit purchasers...-
The larger vessels answering a-good purpose for,
cisterns. Attendance given and terms made known
on-day of sale by,
Assignee in Bankruptoy of Daniel P. &kerbslin.
January 11, 1845. - • ts:11
PALL - & °WINTER GOODS.
HE subscriber is just receiving a fresh supply of
Goods, dmong which may lid found .
Beaver 8. Pilot Cloths .
and various calm. Broad Cloths. A great variety of
SATINETTS, CASSIMERES, KENTUCKY JEANS
and other seasonable goods for men's wear.
Also, a general dssortment of Merchandize for the
Ladies, to which lie respectfully-calls their attention.
Calf and see as soon ns possible, as the entire stock
will be sold very cheap for each.
GEO. W. HITNER.
Cal lisle; Sept. 21,1842.
NEW & CHEAP GOODS! ,
rillfE subscriber has inpt opened a lot. of New
- I consi , ding ol SUPERFINE CLOTHS,
Blaelc,lllne and. Fancy colored Cassimeres, Casi
-nets, all — rolors—tmd—pricesi--Merinoes s ---Alouse—dc_
Wiles, Gloves, Hoseury, 5.4 Brown Muslim, for a
levy, 4-1 bleached do fur a Bp, Flannels fr3m 29 to I
25 cents; with a variety of other goods, all of Mhichil
will be sold at very low prices to suit the tin:tes.
' . 5..11. HARRIS.
Carlisle, October 19, 1842. tf-51
FFALL • & WINTER GOODS,
CONSISTING, in part, of' English, French,
heaver, and Pilot CLOTHS. Cassirnere,
Sanineds, and Kentucky Jeans. .J...insey and Cotton
Flannels. Rose, Mackinaw, Point and Pilot
Baizes, Flannels and Carpeting. French, Enlist
and American Chintzes. Brown, Bleached fit Color
ed Muslins. Checks, Ticks and Diapers.. Bonnet's
Silks and Ribbons. Fine Cloth. Velveteen Caps,
Hosiery, Cloves and Umbrellas; Merinoes, Mous
lin and Saxony Delaines;' Figured, Plain, Striped
and Barred Jack keit, Swiss Blond's; and Artificia
Flowers. together with a variety of
queensware *Ye' Groceries,
for sale :ditto store of A. fig:HAIM
Nov ember`9o; 1R42.
P. S. State Scrip and Flour taken in' exchange
FALL AND WINTER GOODS•
CLIPPINGER & CAREY,
wfrear the Rail-• Road,
- HAVE; received a splendid assortment of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
which they are determined to sell at the very lbwest
September 28, 1842,
THE subscriber, living in Centreville, Cumber
_intends opening a Temperance
Hotel ,for the accommodation of Travellers,Drovers,
and others, who may favor him with octal. The
House, has been kept for ma ny years RS a public house,
and is well calculated" for the ' accommodation of
Travellers. The Stabling is large, and will con
stantly have on hanq n sufficiency of horse feed, &a.
Tlie Table will be supplied, with the best in the
market. No pains will be spared to make persons'
comfortable', who may favor him - with a call..
CHARLES W. WEAVER. -
15 NA 3 ai C7l e
T . 'UMBER ofevory dcgcrlption &SHINGLES
.1.4•f0r sale cheap, by •
J. & P. MARTIN,.
Successors to Miler & Martins.
Harrisburg, April 20.180.'
I I I') - ii -1I
~ • - .
'UV ILL be rented from the let of April oati,tbat
• V two story Stone HOUSE and lot of Ground.
in East Maio street., hi this borough, now occupied
by Wee. Mr. Moore. • •
Mao the two adjoining Houses; both or which are
at present:being balidwiniely. repaired.
Persons desirous of renting may know thetertne .
by calling int the undersigned.
- EDWARD ARMOR or
' SA:RAH ARM0R.... 1 '
De 0.14. 1849.
Estate, of Jacob Garret4emwed.
• Ntitig t irle :•
IJETTofnastratkin on . tbe. ,Zetate of
JACOB' GARRET; late -of Allen,eoi - Oablps
roeased,hai6 been.taken out by the iintreeelher i
aidinh io.tho In*titownablp. All'OetannOtidebled
to told eatate•aie reqbeated to_lntikkiinOelliate•
anent, and thole lumina elalmrwtil
authentioatedTor dettleme,it ' z"' `•'
: ..;• .I .I 4EOBgat'BEELIMON44IO
• liinimrif.ll.lll4Si , ' et.t
• "' • •
ACOP BRETZ, ,Wster
lioniethluif New for theliolidaygt
BEAUTY ANA ECONOMY i
Superior line Beavet Rau,' $4,25.
RUT little Mori thin throe months have elapsed
up sinie - the subscriber submitted for the inspec
tion Of 'the Public his superior fine
Far Haiti, at the low price of $4,915,
qual In all respects, to the most coati ! ) , (and with
which he 'challenges SI comparison,) and in this short
period, of time, he' has more than realized his most
sanguine - eiiiectati oris, --HeiVould--thetreforeAake
this opportunity of making his grateful acknowledg
ments to a discerning Publici a 1 d also,of expressing
his gratitude,to his fornseil. friends and patrons, who
have so generally called on him since his re-establi eV
meht in business4as it is a proof that fie.haif hereto-.
fore, given satisfaction. fie will now use ever 7 exer
tion, not only to. please the fancy, but to furnish the
.. Cheapest and . best Bat Jn tho .
This he is enabledto dO from hie practical know-:
ledge. and peculiarly ECONOMICAL CASH
SYSTEM OF BUSINESS at lees price than
they can be offered by those who are mere bujers
and sellers, and still adhere to the old Credit system,
with high rents and extravagant expenses. In proof
of his position, he has introduced for the inspection
of therpublio, a •
• , SUPERIOR PINE NUTRIA SAT, '
On fine Russia body,st the unprecedented low price of
THREE lIOLLARS Z.s 'FIFTY CENTS! ! !
Equal lb any respect to thbse soltrunder &old sys
temiat $4 and SS. -
The above named price will b'e strictly . rniliered to,
and he trusts
,hie friends who order_ their hate . sent
home, will nt be‘ofFendedellould te bill be sent at
the same tinie, • or seen tifte - r, t °Their countineAlouses
as no book of charges is kept in this establishment.
.The subscriber is sorry to say, that efforts have
been msde, and doubtless will continue to be made
by some, to injure his Economical and. Fashionable
Eitablishment, He would therefore particularly in
vite the public, after examining every where else, to
call and see him.,„
•-• . . , •
opor - Ilats and Ceps of ever description-made to
order,at short notice, wholesale and retail.
' CHARLES F. RAYMOND,
Practical HAT and CAP Manufactorer,No. 82,
Chesnut street, below Third, opposite Congress
P. Sr. The Ladies will'here find a handsome as
sortment of Fors and Fur Trimmings, at reasonable
prices. Old Furs altered and repaired in the best
WANTED—Raccoon, Musk Mit, Otter, Fisher,
and ether E.AAp'*g Furs. •
December 7, 1142. _ _ tf-G
T S T ~ T
Ever offered to the Public!
, ~.. -:-;-s:::
'...---- .77. , - , --:---- -,-
.. • _. .
A Relit R'S PATENT LARD LA MP
..tm. for burning Lard without any preparation, for.
sale by the subscriber. The light .16 equill to the
best sperm-oil, is entirely free from smoke or smell,
and i‘osts less than half thi 'price. The Apparatus
for heating the lard is neat and simple, does not de
tract from the appearance, ie not Dale to get out of
repair, and maybe applied. at a small expense to
ltinds now n use. Confident that this article
requires only to be known to come into general use,
I respectfully invite the public to call and see them
in operation. S. M. HARRIS.
Carlisle, October 18,1842.
MYERS dic• IJAYERSTICK_
AVE.A junt opened Their FALL ASSORT
DRUGS, PAINTS, OILS &
Together wills an extensive assortment of -
Patent Jlledietnes and Perfumery.
LEMONS, • FiGS,
CURRANTS, GRAPES, &o.
All of which they will sell wholesale or retail on
the lowest terms.
Carlisle, December 14, 1842.-3 m.
NOTHER -- supply of WINTER
51 -EA GOODS, just received and selling lower for
Cash than ever sold in Carlisle. The supply has
bau - bonght-at-the-preseid-redneedreity—prices,_anst
purchasers will find it decidedly to their interest to
call before, purchasing elsewhere. •
' (°•CHAS. OGILBY.
) November 23, 1842
ATSINS, Figs, Dates, Prunes, fresh currant
j Almonds, Cocoa nuts; Fil
berts, fresh Fickles ‘ ln jars, Tomato Catelmp, Pep
per Sauce, n prime article of table oil, Sugar, Butler
and water crackers, Candies'of all kinds forsale by
the subscriber. WM. M. MA:I'UB.
Houses • fori Rent.
THE BRICK DWELLING HOUSE,
-1. Store room, Brick Ware House and Cot of
Cround'attached, situate in North Hanover street,
Carlisle ' now occupied,by Messrs..l. & C. Commit,
080 theShdp second door South of the above, in the
occupancy of Mr. Hautch. Also the Ilt.ick Dwell
ing House, Lot and Stabling, in West High street,
now in tenure of Dr. Wm. Irvine. Also a new Brick
Dwelling House and part of Lot attached, en Dick
inson alley' ancl the Frame Houseand Lot of 'Ground
occupied by Mr. IL Moore, on West Louther street:,
Possession given on the lot of April next. For
terms apply to JNO. 1. PARKER.
December 28, 1842. '• • tf-9
trim subscriber hmjust received a good
L assortment of Fur trimmed, Sandal and plain
RUBBERS for Ladies Wear, tab's goad assort
ment of Gentlemene.Rubbers.
GEO._ W. HITNER.
November 9,1842.1 F-54
JOHN HA RPER, :
Commissioner in Bankruptcy.
OFFICE in South Hanover stied; near M'.
Clefian's Hotel, where all informatiOn desir.
ed,in reference to the duties of thoim intending
to apply for the benefit of thit Bankrupt Act, can
Carlisle, May 4, 1842. tf 27
MOHO DIM BTU
HE subscribers offer ..for Rent, - for
one or more years, that well known and com
modious Three Story Tavern. Stand, known as the
situate on the corner of MO ~
and , 11
Pitt street Carlisle, and now occupied by emens
AlcFarlane. It enjoys a terse share of patronage,
including tbe Advantages derived from the Rail road
travelling. There is attached to it extensive stabling,
and all necessary conveniences. It is well worthy
the consideration of Hotel keepers. Possession wi ll ,
be Oren ootfie Ist of. April next. Applioation ;to
bOmade to . JOHN NOBLE & CO.
Carlisle, Nov. 23, 1842. - tr.sis
I'. S. The furniture and fixtures nriw In the Hotel,
wilfhe disposed of to the new 'attic od reasonable
CLOTHS, OASSIMERS, ANIr.V•SATTINETS.
(I.IoIPPINGER 44 CAREY, have just - re:
VV ceived an extensive assortment of WITH%
CASSIMERS and Er4%.,TINETS: whieli will be
sold et. reducapribes. ,
rotl34e or Ron
74144C6erefortlible Br, ne4 Brick Bpi
Please nt!tqd Imithp.part of the 'hermit!). reesest;
sloe 'given on tbilik of April, 1843.
, "-De.0.A . 11,11143:' 01:14S.
NrirElid - '4:',HAV4ST/9/ 1 7 , hlkii:ii4it re"
delved' a • loter:yert• ecPciler , itagal.h l ;
fa ucai and Principe : Segacepond iire „i 4 'cry 4incnot
Vavendisir and panic 'inlianaciv*tijnkthet: :#l4,
seilti' ' inn or 10611 quarititiat . ow- gie'-znol4. at'
ela gra; ' ,:,, •) F ..,,-.,, , ,,:.: 5 :".. ) ,: . ~.-'
' 4 1; 4 18. 42 . ' , '-,::"Y.:4,'"?: --.'“? • !' :ti'l
, ~ , •• —:.:.., — , -ii: „-41-2,41 ,- ,3 - 4 , .,fki14-
% , . ..,—.. ',^-:.'l4L't.... .4:9:),ls.,,i7tXtrjSrttki:*fit'f.'!'.,';',4,llA'AO:
- - -
VAIMABLE-DWILLINcr . ' . IIO(I43% ,-
M.116&.313.63.4183 . 8.
TWILL beciiffered afpahlie sale on,..iktkONES* .
• _DAY the Ist day, of FEBIItIARY peztj'on
the premises; at I o'olock.rP. M. tl4,folloarlog reat
and personal; estate,ofjaines Chwfial.tp rata 'Orffilli
Borough of York,. deceased.
.• ; • ..- •
A LOT OF GROIIND.
... . .
situate in Newberry tn the Bo rough of Torki
a short distance South of Main etreetiwith the beild4 -
ing thereon orectO, viz: A:l'w° Story .
KITCHEN with a guod lairtip,l7i I -. I
the yard,t.Wo large •
A Slaclismith Shop With %I Ftxelr
and an expellent sett forth, a barn mid: aarripsi
house. Attached' to the gimps IN a horse power withi'
all the nedetOary fixturii;tbi , driving lathes and °did!,
er machinery, two very valuable Lalbee, a largo sok
aortment of Patterns for
Threshing Machinis,'Clover Mills, liois‘
- . Power, Lathe s ; 4rc.- . ..... :. .
valuable tools of every deFeription, necepatry Foti
making the above, sad a variaty of other maaltme,v7:
with a large quaniitY of Lumber suitable for the same . '
- purposes. " . • .
1 lie .long established,and high character ofthe de.;
ceased as aMachiniit,and the extensive holiness fleas ,
in these sluips, :Arch will be. continued to the time;
of sale, make this a verftlesirable ' , property, as the,
purchaser would be almost certain of securing Nyht.f .
has; heretofore been a very profitable busitiess. ,
• XII inventory will be exl9bited on the day °teal.;
'Fermi made known by • .. • •• , , •
JONATHAN JESSOP,Z Ei i ., •
, . EDWARD JESSOP,. 5 11) ;
January 11 0 843. . ', • . . ts=l I
" utlm oa.taza%
ny virtue of the powers and :authorify
kV contained in the last Will and ; testatfiCnt of
MICHAEL. EDE, dec'd., I now,offer for sale, the •
Carlisle Iron Works,.
Satiated on the Yellow Breeches-Creek, 43 miles
oh Carlisle Pa. The estate consists ()fa first tato
with Ten Thouiand ilcres of Land..
A-new-11EI2CIIAN-T—MILL• - with fourrub of etorie~`
finished:on tile most ajqn:oved plan. About 500 Scree
of' the laud are cleared and highly ehltivated,having.
Three Large Bank Barns'
'and 'necessary TENAN T prOVSESe:The
works are propelled by, thel ow. Breeches ureele
and the Boiling Spring,which neither fail norfreeze.•
There are upon the premisestill the necessary wo..k
mens houses, cOal houses, carpenter and smith ,Maps,
and stabling built of the most substantial materials.
The ore of the best' quality and
within 2 miles of the .FUrnace.' There is perhaps
noiron Works ii. Pennsylvania which possesses su
perior advantages and offers greater inducemouti4.s--- -
the investment.of Capital. The water power is sw'
great that it might be extended to Lay other maiiu
Meiuringfpurpose. Persons disposed to purclisso
will of course examine; the prOperty. The termer
sale will be Made knowe by
MARY Ecp, .
Excentriiof llichdel Ege,dee'd.
Cavliede, Oct. 19, 184.2: 1.6•51
N O'T I 0 E...
AT a stated Orphans Court begun and behret'
Carlisle, for Cumberlued enmity, on TUES
DAY the I 3th dity of DECEMBER, A. D. 1842, be
fore-the Hom-Setimel-fiephurni PresidentinedJ olitl
Stuart and T. C.. Miller, Associate -Judges, &o. the
following prnee'edings were had, viz: •
13th December, 1842, .on'tnotkin of ,Messrs.. Bid
die and Reed, rule on the heirs and representatives
of Margaret Quigley, dec'd. to Appear at the next
stated (Opium Court, and to accept or T.:fuse-to as
cept the residue of thin real estate embraced in the
requisition, viz: Nos, t and 3. Notice to be even
fur three successive weeks in one newspaper in Car
lisle, and personal notice agreeably to the Ast of
Assembly. k fly the Court.
Giunbortand County, es. •
~.A.4 -1, R. WIWu, Clerk Or"
i f 1 ,7 4. , pliant Court, in and for the said c:oun•
A._ k„,.. ty, do hereby certify that the foregoing
_ ._ ( is if true copy of the Rule on the heirs
....7". .4;' and representatives . of M. Quigley, de
ceased. Witness my hand and seal of
said Court at Carlisle, 28th of December, 1842.
. R. WILSON,'CI'k. O. C.
Jantini7 11, 1843
Orphan's Court Sale-
Y virtue of nn order of the Orphan's Court of
ill Cumberland County, the subscriber will sell at
public vendee on the premises, on SATURDAY t4e.
28th day of JANUARY next, nt o'clock, at noon
of said day, the Following real eetate, late: the Proper
! trof Jacob flarbillt, of South' Middleton township, .
deceased, to wit:
3„ Lots of Mountain Land,
adjaning each other, situate in Dickinson townshlp, ,
in said County, about -. .two' miles and a half from'
Holly Forge, on the Whitcoown road, bounded by'
lands of Jacob ,Nlyers,David Glem,Michnel Myers,'
Williarn• Moore and othei s; the first of said lots'
marked No. 1. A: in the diagram filed in 'said Or.
Court,, containing 9 Acres and 74 Perches,•
strict meirmre. . The sectiA No, 2. Ilemitaining 10
Acres and 70 Perches, strict measure:and the third
No. S. B. containing 10 Acres and 59 Perches, strict'
measure. 'These lots are well timbered with chest
nut and other Timber, and are of convenient size for
'farmers owning property. in the neighborhood.
The terms and conditions of.sale wilt be midi"'
known on the day thereof by
• . JOHN PETERS,'
EreentM; of lastwill of Jaciib'Hirnish,dgo'd. ,
December. 21, 1842. . ts.a.
SPERM OIL l .
Pure Winter Sperm Oil at $1,12 per gallop,
Pure Sea Elephant winter Oil at 80 eta do.
Sperm Cancilea, best quality; at 31 eta per lb.
Just received and for pale by J.. W.. EBY.
Carlisle, Dee. 21,1842. tf-ii
~ Wales Proof Hoots,
,JUST received a lot of Water. Proof
Boots,. with a large assortment of Shoes, fur
Men, Women and Children, which I will sell Cheap'
for cash. CHAS. OGILBY.
Hecernhet , 21,1842.
URE CWER VINEGAR for Pickling,for '
ju • by the subscriber.
. • . GEO: W. }yr , NER.
Carlisle, Aug. St, 111,112.
. dalt - esatia• a
House l'aiiiter l'aiiiter amid Glazier,:
ESPECTFULLY, informs. the riublia that':
he has commended` the 119,118 E PAINT.
OL'AEINO;• and. PAPER 'II'AIsTGING I
all tlidir Vaiions Munches, and hopes by strict
fention to basinesh and moderate charges to merit ' '
and receive a, share of phblio. patronage. 'Biel
shop is in'Pitt street; Ortiz in the rear of Ste::
seinen & Dinkle's.,Drug store.
Carliale, Oct. 10, 1842 "
`Q:CP.dEIVIs`,CS , I3EItiD'B
2000 "thiELS.°F RYE , for
wiU Pay ; ih atg l ar c
OVW: J . k
Carlisle, December 28,18411:`,,:
ALL porpo#6ll4vlng tooot!flt4 4 •lo,it
SubscritiiiiWilfplessis oall - 9inwloMol3 ;
settle them ,up Shintlate,'es the
times quire promtparnent '
And oblige irclurekks, s, .
c a oisle, en. 4 - , • •• !-- ; -41. 1- W4 4-!$ ; ."• : = •T.'ti
• 'cca ."••
• • r
irgio PERscols. VISITING 11.1 W
it question Ist ellen salted, 11 stren'
.I.l.4SltiuMtpLE • If.Cl l 7iir
:would rpooriinsend' and refer.thliarAis.,.Cii - r;
.MOND F Tniiticial , Hot end Cetilstintiritturtlfs i lflizs:i;. , '..'.
fa; Chesnut tweet; where they.rvilllntl
islets asiortroOnt of all
tor, His,Terms ore Cott aodocr'd.bilioi'4')lr.
Dc °4 m b er'r4. B42 i:: • • .?••,,,• +.?
;' • ,
!URGE (iOntitsr. : OrifOtii*,o - 00•31*.i.:!ek.i
or—Retail. Algol atSAVR:ot
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