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N9VIRLA . N COVTY.I.
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Ftity Gents, if punctually paid in Advance.
91,75 if paid within the year.
THE.ALLIiiiiANIANE.--We behove all
who heard these accomplished vocalists were
delighted with Wein. Besides giving two
Concerts here, they sung on Sunday morning
in the Second Presbyterian Church, and' in
the evening in the Methodist Church.
Dr. Lambert's Lectures.
Ki , niw THYSELF !--Grent has been the
,within the last ten days,
~to hear Dr.
LaMbert's lectures on Anatomy and Physiol
ogy. Men, women and children alike have
mitthinly had their feeling ol.curiosity stirred,
and have crowded his rooms to hear the
learned and voluble lecturer's explanations
of "how tearfully and wonderfully we are
made" IVe trust the intormation,dellirit e
gained will not be without important practi
cal beirefit. Di. Ilmbeit delivered two
courses ol lectures in this borough. •
Trio SCALP6L. — No. 6, fur February, 1850, of
this original and independent publication, has
been received. It cuts right and tell into the
errors and deep.roofed prejudices of the medi
cal profession, anditiyeThare the. villainies of
quackery tith a bold hardihood that proves
tlio editor a man of- -iterve: "The Scalpel"
will do good, after its own way. New York—
Published quarterly, at $1 . ,00 a year, for the
Editor, Dr. Edward ll... Dixon.
We have received from the publishers, "77te
Half: Yea r Abstract of the Medical Sciences"
a work which should be found in the library of
every physician—indeed or every person who
would uequniiit himself with the effects and
remedies of the diseases to which mankind are
subject. The work is a practical and analyti
cal digest of foreign malicel works—as it is a
series of critical reports on the progress of med
icine and the collateral sciences—embracing ai l
the branches of the healing art. It is edited
by W.ll. Rankin, M. D., and is published half
yearly,by Lindsay and Blaltiston,Philadelphia,
at $1,50 per annum, or isienfs a number.
“Grammar of Arithmetic, or an 'analysis of
—rh,-1.14:0ta ge. of-figu re s:an d-Mro.se ion two \ fium
t v Prof. Davies. This is a valtialklelit
tl. k and presents the subject in a
is highly praisedn testimonials from the
lending instructors at West Point, and other
nem!. mies. PublisliKby A. S. Barnes & Co,
51, John street, New York.
"My Little Geography"—Edited by Mrs. M.
C. Tuthill, and published by Lindsay and Bla
kiston, Philadelphia. A most attractive little
work for cllildren who are ready to commence
the study, of Geography. The subject matter
is presented in the simplest form, accompanied
by ninny wood-cut illustrations. J
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.-01.14 friend,
Alfred Sponsler, who was so severely injured
by an accident on the rd road a year or two
since, from the of of which he is sill'
disabled, we understand will be a can
idtate for Justice of die Peace at the ensu
ing borough eleekioef• Of course he will be
Goon.HoPE Mthps.—'these Mills hav
ing been purchased by some gentlemen from
Cheater county, are now in charge of Mr. Geo.
Priest, en experienced and skilful miller, from
that county, who is worthy of all confidence.—
Ho advertises in to-day's parr for wheel at the
highest market pricer.
REMOVAL.—Mr. 'N. W. Woods, one
or our advertisers, has removed his Dry Goods
Store across Louiher street, to the room exact
ly opposite his ibrnict stand.
MORE KNOCKING.—It appears that
they era also troubled With knockings in Cali
fornia. A totter from that land of Wealth says
“Wo ate now knocking with both fists full of
gold, for admission at the door of the Union.
Chernel has been lecturing on
typhoid fever in Paris, and has asserted that it
is generally contagious, but never attacks the
same person more than once in tho course of
GYPSIES IN LOUISIANA —The New
Orleans Delta records the tact that for many
years a seutotnent ol gypsies has existed at
Biloxi, and along the Southern coast ct the
They have subsisted by catch
ing fish and oysters, arid maintain in all res
pects, their habits of idldness and quietude;
KrThe sailing of a new Aietic Expedi
tion in 'search of Sir John Franklin and his
gallant companions, took place from Lon'don
on the I Ith inAt.
Cc!rA woman in Mame %comfy renewed
her suboription to a. ! Portland paper, with
the remark "ihe.was infinitely too poor
to do widtount."
o:::rUpon — his arrest recently in Albany,
for swindling, Green, the reformed gambler,
wee found to hare in his possession upwards
orssoo in counterfeit money.,
la.:Suppose a canal boat heads west
nrth-west for tho holee's tail, and hag the
w.ud abeam, with a flaw coming up in the,
':"south, would the noplainomeording to maritime
bo Justified in taking a reef in the stove
pipe, without asking the cook'?
gom'rhe New York Timms, lately a
Democratic paper, Lna plocecl Hon. Henry Clay
at its Isilad,,as its oarididata for the Preeldency
!n 1852,"eubjeot only to the will. , of'the hoo
pla." • • • " •
IT had been ',:adcertaineil , lhin! men it
England ; engagod work in liot:'lilitot foroa.
cea, nipiOrlpfebOyorid Uia ago of twenty-Ogh
4 ,ls:3lVlAwyvrt.°4aid, -I, cr r g
la a facetious mood, a loai,nod geatierasn
wbe issciues your '•Oitatel from you - i'..encinies,
, I:7•The.',celebiated voaalist, Jenny
Lie'd tei'l+6` II 'it terms ,
intending.to via thiri coeetry.siion.
The bill for the atitehflmont or t h e Conatitil
tion,refoilire tO the
..efedtio' n of ,Jodgee,
Peiding 3n, tlje XiKilli3O-,n4rßaintatlYoat;f'.
il gto,4 :l °'
711 Y •
,4 Abe 10.Y.1-1141
he `.Waet ( jn 64,imonliTe!1.
h'et ttio •
• , 1'
Tuemoustiche'inV impor,ittl.have been
nrobibilod.ig Oho }roil
BAn.--Repoits• tionl;deoraia inuline *to
the belief that the alieetal eleolletijiii.a`atta
ceFaor to Hon. Thoutneartilhir Khig _Ciih t
;pews, has reaultAttiri-;,*;;Fhoide of Jackson,
the lono[oeo oat•.drdaie: '
K-11;ItANDRETIVS. ?ILLS O .llE' A Eunx
Cons FOR complahit- has become
so frequent, that there are few persoris,:who have not
had it several Mom. It Is a kind of malignant con.
Ingham cold. attended with much fever -and Arent
prostration of strength. So soon as possible. swal
low six or eight Bills; a large dose is absolutely ne
cessary to relieve the brain, 'het organ appearing to
suffer greatly in this complaint When they have
eiferatcd wellVput yoUr feet and logs-in -lint-water;or
taken hot bath. Be sure and be purged before poll
lIPC any means of Increasing Wu cltculation, or
your life may be the. forfeit, NoW go to bed, and
when in hod take two more Pills - and some hot bone
set tea, catnip, or halm of balsam, or sonic water
gruel—any of these warm drinks will answer, and
which may be left to choice—either of them will
help to restore insensible perspiration, and this me
thod wilt generally cure. Should, however, the pa
tient, after the pills and after this treatment, not be
better in the morning, let him take another six, eight,
or ten pills more, according to the urgency el sytnp•
toms, and the warm drinks, and foot or general bath,
nt night. My experience hos shown me that the
third day generally finis the patient well, when this
plan line been adopted front the beginning. nt in
any event, the continuance of tile treatment - is the
,hest that can be adoptedAvhether it token an day
or twenty to effect the cure. However bed the head
maybe, never let hlood•he drawn or leeches emptied,
we want all the blond we have. Instead of loosing
Ole `life of our flesh,' let as take more pills, which
will take the death principle from no, leaving our
blood relieved, and ready to rally nil Its life powers
for our restoration, so soon as the purgation hos left
It free to effect this object.
Sold In Carlisle at 25 cents per box by CHARLES
PARNITZ—by R. Culbertson. Shippensbure ; H
Brenneinnit, New Cumberland; IT. Miner,
Shiremanstown; J. Coyle, floguestown.
/On Thursday the 14th inst.. by the Rev. John
Moody, Mr. nancle W. Searight„of S. Middleton, to
liss Kezia McCune of Southampton ,tp,
/CM the 7th Mat., by the Rev. A. H. Kremer, Mr.
Peter Swanger to Miss Amanda Tumbleson, both of
rth Middleton tn. 7
the Mb inst. by the some, Mr. William thinner'
of •Plainfield, to Miss Sarah A. Waggoner, of North
Stotes affil 81)opo
ITIHE subscriber, wishing to retire from bu
sincss, will offers for sale st residence op—
posite the Railroad Depot, in the borough of
Carlisle, on Wednesday the 6th day of March
newt, her entire stock of ware, furniture,
consisting in part ns follows, to wit;
1 Mineral Water apparatu , , with two fuun
tains and two draw pipes; a number of Wass
cas-s and jai s ; a lot of Queensware; a great
r`r sau I' alley Arti cl es ;
a lot of fine Faney.Brltets; an assortment of
wax, kid and jointed Dolls; n variety of Cake
tins, cutters and dishes; Ice Cream moulds,
freezers and tubs; 13 hnemange moods; %%atm
rnellon rind enters and moulds, pine oil and
lar I Lumps; 1 gond cellar rope and plod ;
several ice cream signs; 1 awning and frame;
I bulk window; shelves and, counter, 2 pair
4410-114iss-..-se,alesr-ands-weighlsi- 1, - - I►ergo -floal4 t _
Stove, 1 first rate Cookiug/Stove, new, 2
Drums, for bedrooms, a ide of choice green
house plants, and a great variety of other arti
cies unnecessary to specify.
Sale to commence at 10 otelock, A. M. on
said day, when terms, &c., • williTe made
known by MARY WEAKLEY.
February 1,4, - 1850.
N. 11.—The Store Room now occupied b;
the subscriber is offered for rent from the let
of Aprd next.
I AM now-selling off my stock-of,
.11. ter goods at greatly reduced prices, to Make
room for a big assorttnent of Spring goods: Be
ing determined to cut down the stock, purcha ,
sers willAitntitjlecidedly to.iheir advantage to
call and get the cheapest goods to he had in the
town or county, • at .the old stand East Main
street, Carlisle. CHAS. OCHLB Y.
Feb. 13, IESO.
HE targest, cheapest, best and most
."" elegant assortment of PIANO FORTES
in the United Stales, cnn alwa)s be found at the
warehouse of the, subscriber,
° 171 Chesnut Street, aboile
At the Old Stand occupied more than a third of
a century by Mr• George WiDig, music publish
er. Pianos. Harps, Organs, Seraphineg,
fresh from the most celebrated. Mane-
Inmurers in New York, Boston, Baltimore,
Philadelphia, and elsewhere. Fold, wholesale
arid retail,at the maker's cash prices.
OSCAR. C 11 CARTER,
171 Chesnut Street, Philadelphia.
Feb. 13, 1850.
Cumberland Grays.---Attention !
OU two ordered to parade at the public
2. house of Henry McCord. on Friday the
22d ofFebtuary, at It) o'clock, A. NI, com
pletely equipped for drill. fly order of the rap.
taint, SA M UEL ST 1J A It T. Captain.
A Court of Appeal will he held on the same
d a y at the 911111 C
10 Tons Harrdnered and Rolled Iron, just re
ceived at the cheap Hardware store of the sub
scriber in Bast High Street. For sale low by
Feb. 13, IMO. 11P.N . RY SAXTON.
To Travel as i dgents for the History of the
T HE subscriber is now publishing
THE HISTORY or THE MEXICAN
\VAR, including Biographical Sketches of the
lives of General Taylor, Scott, Worth, Wool,
Twiggs, Quittnun '
and several others of the
most distinguished officers. Illustrated by nu
merous Engravings eed Portraits.
By . JOHN FROST, L. L. D,
A number of enterprising and intelligent men
of good character are offered profitable employ
ment, in circulating by subscription the above
work in Cumberland county, and other counties
in the State of Pennsylvania. The terms which
are very liberal, will be given on application to
the subscriber, post paid . -
This Work will never be sold in Bookstores,
but exclusively by agents at a reasonable and
Bookseller and Publisher, 134 York et. New
THE stibscriberibegs leave to inform his
friends dnd the public in general, that ho has
Just.returned from the city, with a largeand
general ease:lmam of F S H G BBC&
RIES, all of whicy lie is prepared to sell at a
very smajl advance. His stock is bomposed of
a general assortment of everything in the Gro
cery line, embracing in part 'leas. Coffees, Su
gars, Molasses, Spices, Tobacco and Cigars,
Queensware and Glassware, Fish and Salt,
Crackers. and Cheese, Fruits. Nuts and Can
dies. Pine and Etherial Oils. Fluid Lamps,
Hams and Dried. Beet, Beans, White Corn,
Vinegar, Toys, Matches. Brushes, Ste
Persons will find it to their advantage to give
me a call u as I am determined to sell at very
moderato profits . Don't forget the stand, Sonth
Hanover street next door to Hannan's (late Esh
elman's Hotel, and within two doors of the Vo
lunteer Prltifiting Office
dee26 '49 C INHOFF, A'gt .
4 , W4yellfS, JEWELRY, &c.
THE stib'sTriter' respectfully informs his
friends and , the public generally, that ho has
just returned from Pfillailelphta ..with the largest
and most sph3nded assortment;of Wagehes,Jew
'dry, &c., over hoioro offered to the citizens of
Ills stock consists ip , part of,a splendid lot. of
,Gold and Silver Lover V„VatOiteiti,,..Geld and & 1 .- „ •
ver Lepino; do. . with a:' , /artotY or, Watches ' of
, luvror..prieee,t Gold , guatt , Chains, _Gold and• ; ,
Silver ,l'encils, a Splendid' „assortment ,of gold ,
pans, of; most, approved manufactufe, Silver
Butter,. Knives , Si Iver . and, plated! Spoonsifine ,
Silver plated.Forks,a , largo and, splendid lot of
Gold,andSilverSpeetacles,(helnvitor part .
ler. attentioo to this;artiole of,speetaclosi' as
can. arrant . them.to he the best Mrthis side of,t,
ghilatlelPhin,):GOmmon Spectacles dell priceez•
a lirgo.and beautiful afisortment,pf Gold, Fin-' !
gar.and,. Ear 'Ringe, , Breastpins, , a,
:Ch a i n s, Silver, and shell , Cardeasqs,'-a',ver'y
enkei4askets, yilitha.;vaat.veriety,Pr other, ar
tides in, his, is, net„peeessery , :te:resiiiion;
,fio.iniites all, to, pall "andt examine his, stock.,
aiettred,ikaf ',it, Paring!: Sag tt.pletteoghothfn::,
quality and price:
UBT recoiv~d ' ti' lot of Corniii.and iithOi
onOnes, nlaq. Note Paper ofi'vbritiuft
4onertgeibesottrire n oi-‘Eikveloneti,
' 10 1 40S:10 1 0 111 4 )"," : :1';,:;'.1 : 4,
i44g44NTLTgllM t a ° gfgi l : r FE
kg# 3 . C, 11 1gPOn t h 29 01 ' gP?t e
STAIEM.' ENT4III 71-11. FIXAMES:'
County of Cumberland,' froni-'the(ist day Of Jairita
3ist day of December, 184 p,
Made by " the Commisitioners in compliancewith'the reqUittitione contained in•the
• and twenty-third sections of an act of Assembly'of this Commonwealth, passidOlithelfteenth
day of April, A. D. 1934. And alsoin rtheformity•with the 37th seolion- voiie • same.act,
which requires the County Tretieuter, °nee in every year to state his 'Sec:Mint :and produce
vouchers to the Cothmissioners, which after examination by the said Cointhiesionere shall be
by- them laid-before-the-Counit:Additirrfiirietif6•rii-alit-a-daTdi-rig-To law
In accordance with which R.,bert Moore, IN.; Treasurer of Cumberland county, submits the
follo - wing as a correct exhibit of the Receipts and Expenditures fur the past year, ending the
31st day of December, A. D. 1849.
ROBERT MO4E, ESQ., TREASURER
To balance in hands of Treasurer at last settlement as per Auditors statement,
To amount of outstanding taxes at last settlement. N do • do
do. of County tax assessed for 1849; •
do of Slate abatement on paymerdnf $92359 62 . 1176 82
do received of James Hoffer, Esq., Sheriff, fines and verdict foes in Qr. Sessions, 115 52i
do do ' . do ' do in Common Pleas .20 00
do do - ' •do for ilia of Arbitration Room, 500
do received. of Carlisle Deposit Bank at two several loans obtained, 4719 12
do do of Dr. Jacob Batighman loan fur 90 .days, 1200 00
do do of John flyer, Esq., verdict fees in quarter Sessions, . 12 00
do do Of James R. Smith, EN., verdict fee received by . him, 4 00.
do dot of miscellaneous receipts'frJm various persons, • 124 82i
Total receipts for 1899 +2820 251
SCHEDULE OF COUNTY TAXES-FORAE.A.s. 1847-4 S-49.
Exhibiting the mnoun
t af Duplicates outstanding on the Ist al iiitituav, 1849, with the amount re
sonerationl allowed Collectors, anti' Coltectorsfees, for 1847-8.9•
J B Ebright,
W M Davidson,
J M Means,
G W Nesler,
J G Cressier,
Total amount received on Duplicates,
• do of Exonerations allowed collectors
do of Collectors fees at 5 per cent.
do Outstanding on Duplicates
Total atitount of Duplicates,
Grand Jorots for 1899
Traverse Jurors for 1849 . 1502 57i
A. B. Sharp, 12.1 for cppy of Dun- •
laps Purdon,7 00
J \V Eby for candles, oil, &c. 9 50
XV Anderson for services as court cri
er," 38 00
J Donbar for services as tip stave, 11 00
.1 It Smith, E-q. Dept'y Att'y Gen'l
fees, 127 00
Wittie•ses fees in Commonwealth cases 259 94,i
Justices fees in its do 14 92
Gen-table fees in du ' do 17 8d
Auditors pay for auditing public ac
coutith, a 50
W m• Riley for services as clerk to Au
ditort, 11) 00
James Loudon for A ppe.J ranee d"ckel, 10 00
Recorder arid Clerks Office.
John Goodyear clerk of cocas fees in
Commonwealth cases, 24 951
John Hycr for 1 super royal dvcket, 9 00
John Flyer for recording officers elect, 44 25
John Hyor fur fees in Cummunek ealth
'cases, 109 621
Andrew Hecker for mending office key 371
W Breese for repairing press,
J W Ilendel focmaking seal,
Robert Irvine for Etherial oil,
James London fur stationary, dupli-
Daniel Coble, Esq. in full as Commis.
Aiuner; S 7 days,
John Moll, req. pay as Commi,aioncr,
1y7 . 7 days, 265 50
James Kelso,EN pay as Commission-
or, 122 days,
John Sprciut, Eq. pay as Commlssion•
er, 21 days,
William Riley 1 year's salary as clerk
Jos , El Graham, E•q. salary as ott'y to
Win Riley for delivering duplicates,
warrants, blank returns &c. 75 00
J B Bretton for public printing,
Boyer &.itfateer for do
E Beaty for
Easiorn Penitentiary for supportill,6l
s,9l7icts for 1848, 301 45
Jail and County Penile/11mq.
Wright &i Saxton for Hardware for
repairs, 12 77
N Ilanich for clothing for prisoners, 3 25
Joseph Ebright for cleaning wells, 4 191
Dr Geo W Foulke 9 months salary as
Physician to jail,
J Wirer, E4q.,, fur , siippOrt of prison
ers, fees, &a. 719 77
A Pefer *for 3 cords of hickory wood, 900
Keepers fur making stove pipe, &c. 3 47i
Robert Irvine for 10 cords of hickory
- Wood;, 30 00
A Hecker repairing lockand key, ,2 - 00 ,
John tied PllllllO Alspaugh f or, glazing, •
• , • 56.
Mrs Sarah Ailey for making shirts for , • •
'Robert Noble for 2 loads of sand tidi -
rSß,pirs • ' ' 00
SORII SIN:C(01'400 feet dommon boards,,' 6 ; 00 .
J Gallagher Agt for nlmbing,for pile
ooBl.9, . . ~
:Henry McCord for 140 busbulsof lime
‘: .11 .
ing eley,and 159 ',M t ',
RboadtV,for.,ro ail c,ift is ts
• • -
'lSlriißsAlinito- for ,3ron, A l one .
;Rub! , *?4g . ftrs,r9rMt!rtkelle- (Grist Priet • 'fro%
;"5. , 00 •
forlilmber; for repairs),
;Le trisßobinrp'.forlining 'chaff lbodoil . !,
VidOitec 8;4 ,
routiortiosintl t op', 561 : &
;11,ob;AlriritinkfOiSIV:r f o6'r,diAorilitokoit' )
IRobett ayyf VI- ,
59 - 50
H 1300 00
• 567 73
Wright and &align-for Hardware for
Dr J McCulloch for medical services
at jail, 3 months,
Samuel Sipe ins 416 oak shingles for
John H Darr for 7 cords of hickory
wood, 21 00
8 406 371
Jacob Squier, Treasurer amount in
full of !estimate, 5000 00
Jacob Ilershe, Win Ker and Thomas
Bradley, Esqrs., salary as Dirac- '
tors, 90 00
Jacob Ducy,Samuel Woods and D. N.
Mallon, pay, as Visitors, '3O 00
hewers of Roads and Damages Awarded.
Wm M Nlieley damages awarded to
valuta of J Miely, deceased, 21 09
Jacob Beidler and Samuel Katz, Su
pervisors of North Middleton Town
ship, in full of Mountain road, 1699 39
Elizabeth and Hannah Stoner d ima
ges awarded, 10 00
Road orders paid on certificates of
Clerk of court, 97 93
Various persons for work and materi
als in repairing bridges, 318 7.2
Appropro on to Cumberland and •
1 50 I
. Union Fate Compile iCS, . 25 00
Assevors for services in making aep
teniel enumeration of taxablea, ma
king assessments, posting list of lax
stales, &^. 608 012
2 O 6
Officers of the General and Township
Elections pay far holding tho saute
for the 3 ear 1849, 778 49
' ' ' Public Building.
Ale'''. 8 Lynn fur fenders, frames, Sc..
and reps irlhg slate roof, 9 021
H A Duly for work done at privies.
and laying garret floor, . 168 50
A P Erb repViring luck and key, 1 00
F Gardner casting spout troughs, 17 38
P GutahaU for repairing doors at •
Court House and clock case, 6 40
S Elliott for grass seed 'for yard, 1 00
Jan Dunbar 1 year's salary as keeper
of public building, 65 00
J Worthington, E.q. for painting and
glazing, 4 5711
Andrew Hecker for repairing lock,. 37
Loans. ' ‘,
Win Irvin, Esq, and others amount t '
of County bonds . . . . • 8041 67
Carlisle Deposit iank amount ' of loan
obtained and disewnt, 4791 33
~ Interest. : •
H Wirt, Esq, and others, amount of
interest on County bonds, 1240 35
D Sipe for making ballot braes, . 4 50.
John Heckman for shoveling snow, ~ 250
A P Erb for repaldng lock, ~. ', . 75
A T Green for meals furnished jurors .
Per order of isourt,, „!, , •., . • , 3 25:. ii
Ai P . Erb for winding
,town niork,., - , . 10....ti0 .
Mrs, M ' Dunberfor cleaning '01145,' 4 ,:!-' , 3 !00•
.1 Shell,, Esq: Sheriff.ol Dauphin noun- ' ,•' .! .
I,i for costs, Etc... ! ',' '.; : ',,..„ . 1 , ,'' •
Henry Retidek for:inaklng,,ltallc4boi.
• ess, , i.''''; . :. ” t ~. •s, ~ , •.'.„ - : ~. 2,i8
GSanderscni and B Wiiiiderlielt,'Es.: ~.., . • -.
!quires postage Tor county; v,.'-. ', ~ , 3,68
Jacob Weary and,paild Wolf reWni4 ::' ' ' '
'. in aPprchending Jiorie'ttilef;,". - .20
Jkmes.Liimberton_andAitherslielsting,-' . .•
i toiiiigincii - diiolinnies`; :,';',' : - ,:, 11 50
lingniOnmpiiil l ,2 l 4. - :•Snelittof Parry... • ', . ....
y coVfor:coets,.Bte: ,,, , '';' '••,''C;:.', '.` "'. 1831.
%4/ Itandolph - fur 100.b . utilie14,,C.f chare ', .' , , •,,
coal . fur court. Hubse,' , , , ,-, .' - ) - : 1 'OO
'John Stuart load pr i sCulfoldipOies Ffor,..; .. *.
, i repairs at jail; • 1
. z -,,.. .?,, -, ,, - ...i :.: , :,,i ~ 50;1-,
John,,W,; l :l'en,doi,fo F4.ooin; c'ancel.; ; =.i.:'.;: ~;',.
:: linisaiiinth*, lc, .:.r r.tp. , 0..1,, :,, .•,,', 1., 4,99 h 4 i
IA I . 2 ,icbino•foif cAPPlrit)i ,, illisesi .- Pifler ~, - ,v1,.,:in
i:.• - ccia , • , '" !,-i•l. - ;',,1... ,:p . ..7 , i0 ' i)110.` ' . ~ ,•!./;+ '. 4 , 196•,,,
Ilriciohilik`eam,:for litonti ofistorie cca1...'.09 00 -,.!.
Chrlstian'lnhoff for Oil, 'iti,f, -... ,'"' ' '
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1 .4. ; , i. q , ~,.,: '.',' - l'at ,
, li. - :!G1 111'e u,',.* m, - 4 0.1494E. , ,,atimunt .of :.', ' • , ;•,''..-, .
i , Oilie AO': i r""fil i o./; ° : l !:l l l l ,PfiSitlino. l % ~ ' -i, ; '- •
..,: ol•Nthia - 9 igliy.; dee - ease . ;:. -. :-. •'. 4,,34. 4 ',
A, , g)friiir,
~ q.agoinner,;:amount ,cif... : ?ek.,....Y,
q:0 6111 and ' y ' . , i,'
l. Calllo; aria aiteil; - ,,•,- ..,,,,' fr. - -- 16 - A7i,..:.
4 f ,Gettl i y.EiVCo'roiihr;,°il :740i qtt..144, , ..2
iintliAlititiNi l §.. rirly , iti'inlj iiiiii:',iit!ii,' , '
Tt.;l:ri[l4o.l, ll ' lo oo l, Y;:diFeo,o 2. ;':: ll !.ikt4i:Ti!
, "...'`Ji•o;°:r','"."'"''''.i.'-''''' .... ~,'' ''' ' ' . ',.'''''' , r '..
51 t 80
I 72 81
T Estistnimntilk costa
jurfoll:Pay inquisitidn , of lienry''.
Kruiter,..daceased, 16 -
JPalmer; ntiOusticeiitmountef costa
and jurors pay on inquisition of Geo '
Rupp deceased, 16.371
Abatem . ent.
Amount paid collectors for allowance
• of 5 per cent, to tax payers - fur
prompt payment 537 55
Amount paid John Stewart and oth-•
erd, refillided taxes erroneuusfi — is-
Sassed, 11 26
Amount paid various persons premi
ums on Fox, Wild Cat and Mink
Scalps, per. certtscates of Justices, 59 621
Amount paid Constable's making guar-
Wily returns; 78 22
By amount paid on Commissioners
orders, $29,738 85
By amount of commission allowed
Treasurer at 13 per cent, 396 51
By amount of outstanding taxes duo
by collectors, • 18,197 96
By amount of exonerations allowed
collectors, 364 43
By amount of collectors foes at 5
per et. 1,331 72
By amount of counterfeit and bro
ken banks money destroyed by or
der of Auditor.., , 37 00
By amount ofdp,lance in hands of
Treasurer and due county,* 2,762 783
Total amount of credits, 652,829 .251
Total amount of receipts, 52,829 2.51
*Since paid over in full.
CUMBERLAND COUNTY, $0
07.1 We the Commissioners of Cum
1 . 1 . , 4 '.0, becloud county do certify and sub
(c' mit the foregoing as a correct
• ( i statement of the Receipts and Ex
,,. • of the count afoxesaid,
jr.i.% f x 4. p
the fi rst day ofJan y
uai•V to the
' thirty first day of December, A. D. 1849, inclu
sive..as also the amount of the comity tax fur
- e - a - el. Vol - the re glcettivellneotighelbtrrow nships
within the county, levied and assessed upon
real and 'personal estate, as shown by the boobs
on the 31st day of December, 1849, together
with •a statement of the expenditures under
each head of appropriation made by the Com
missioners in compliance with the requisitions
contained in the 22d and 233 sections of an oc
'of Assembly of this Commonwealth, passed the
15th day of April, A. C. 1834•
Witness our hands and seal of office at Car
lisle, the 7th day of January, A. H. one thous.
and eight hundred and fifty
• JOHN NIEL!,
JAMES KELSO, Commr's
; Attest—W. RILEY, cik. to Commr's.
CUMBERLAND COUNTY, SS
We the undersigned Auditors of
K.,„1'...'7." 'to law, and having examined the
_,. 1 i( ti accouuts and vouchers of Robert
"Jas _.... Moore, Esq., Treasurer of said
county, from the first day of Janu
ary to the thirty first day.of Dccernber '
1849, inclusive, do certify that we find the sum
of two thousand seven hundred -and sixty tar,
dollars and seventy-eight and one-half cents,
due by said Treasurer to di . 5 , county afittesaid,
as will appear by the foregoing exhibdion of
. In testimony wherour we have hereunto set
our hands at Carlisle, this tentilday, of January,
A. Q. 185 U.
' PETER LIVINGER, )
J NO. P. RHOADS,Auditors. '
. . PHILIP - QUIGLEY,
TIN COMMISSIONERS of Cumberland
noinity, in conformity tcf the 4th section of are
. ti4t of A , tiembly passed the 23d day of April,
eA. D. 1845, wh;ch requires the Commission
ers to publish the accounts of the Register
I frir Collateral Inheritance tax, submit the fol.
• - 'le'witig„ viz :
WICLIAM GOULD, Dq., Register of` the
county of Cumberland, in account with the
Commonwealth of Peimsylvania ,for Collate
ral Inheritance tax, from the Ist of Decem
ber, 1848; to the 31st of December, 1849, in
1848 D.te 9,t0 cash from estate of
"Elizabeth McClelland, eV 50
1849 March 16, to cash from estate
of Margaret McDon-
nid,.• 5 70
" March 16; to cash from estato
of Margaret McDonald; 25 00
" March 19. to rush from estate of
John II Wallace, 55 9
" Apt it 2, to cash from estate of
Margaret McDonald. 2 5i
it it 9, to cash from estate of
Elizabeth Weise, 15 1
" 15, to cash from estate of
Witham Martin, 2 9
'4 May 22, to cash Irum estate of
Saran Harper, 568 9
" Jme 23, to cash rota estate of
Abraham Waggoner, 12 0
t• July 2, to cash Isrom estate 'of
Ilea, Adams, 18 1
2, to cosh Irma estate of
Richard Craighead, • 354 2
it 25, to cash from estate of
-Peter Bricker, 400 0
Aug. 4, to cash from estate- of
George Oyster, 223 01
" 29, to cash from estate of
Robert Laird, 193 6;
" 29. to cash troth estate of
William Martin,. 60 71
" Sept. 6, to cash from estate of
Samuel Nei,.lig, 17 51
tt " to cash. Irmo estate of
William Martin, 19 8!
t , 11, to cash from estate of
Dr A 1' Linn, . 6.2 51
" 11, to cash Irons estate of
John U. 'Wallace, 13 7.
"' Oct. 26, to cosh from estate of
Martha Butler, 14 21
" Nur. 1. to cash from estate of
Muses Story, 64 61
" " 14, to cash Irmo estate of
Sidney Kiug, 65 1'
" " 15, to cash front estate of
Joel Kell,. 36 8
" " 16, to cash from estate of
.- S'auctie I Dyserti •
" " 26, to cash Boat estate of
A W Smith, • •
27, to cash from estate of
" Deo. 13, to cash from estate of
" " 18. (pous!, front estate of
27, to cosh from estate of
AW 8 lath, •
1849 Jan. 11 By cash paid, Auditors as
per receipt, $ 4 50
' " " 15iBy cash paid R. Anderson,
• ,Assessor, 3 00
March 17, By:. cash paid A
1,6 By Cal-, haid A . :
Slate 0 00
" April 15, By cash paid A •
' ' ,citata,TreaCitror;.," 'ls'oo
" 26, By , Cush 'paid
7 By caill'paidt /Wino:As: ,
'""!.. May • ' ab
" May 23 BYisistr,paid.J.sl99 As
B o sh 'paid
51)%23 ' °
State T reasurer, ,505'00
y une 42 By:leash paid . J .
ic 9 . caili paul 0 J Bali. "Via,:f";
14lly catili paid' J,.0004Y0ti? . ,1,
:'July 7, BY 4 : 3,1 "f!, •47 • 4 t..
4,;" - .filly 20 o.Y.;ca,s 3 'IP .1,4 1; 00,
;Leol3.4°a ! ! ? s° l l ;l . 6:iisitiiil .
'. 1 9.vRJ,L 17 .;:qa1.h.P u a re ,,,,,,:- ;60). 6 0
I • ..I.$lBlO,Tr9Pl
-.4.`' '' .441i ' 27A1Y1"1111 "- ii - : •',
-:7 , -, 1 . State_:Treasurer 210: 96,
21 By ( a'aefi ? paid. Carson and ,
,77. '‘ , "; ,. Bliiirit,d4!),1:9 8 q0i'l: l 'i'i'‘.'.r"1 3 Ou
; I"."lii‘PAtifilPAi4 , Nuidi
\ 7: ':` • --• ,!...3-00
oath', PAW A klustrong''''i
;IC,,3Jlyi l ,ciAsh"'paid:ti . . , , J', , Aul I t..!
12 11Y cash pahLG •
; • Slate Treas.tri9'
ri )t S is, _
. . , .
" Sppt.l3, By ciatcpaldtArtnstrprt3;i:
and Fleager Aesaisore 2 00
I`Bybash ;paid .0,41:
• • '
Assessor • k • • 6 00
•• " Oct 1,113 - -.Cath..paid •.1' Seitz Asses
'sors', t • . 1 5
Oct 4 , 13 y cash paid D - .
Oct 13 By cans paid J Burkholdet: `"N".
Nov 2By cash paid Cordniati find. •
Spahr, Assessors, 3.00
," Nov 2 By cash paid - G J Ball,
State Treasurer7s 00
" 'Nov 0 By cash paid J Klutz; As- .
sessor. 1 50
" Nov 16 By 'cash paid G
State Treasurer,, 100.00
'c Nov 28 By cash ,paid' G J Ball
State Treasurer, 125 00
" Dec 19 By cash paid G J Ball,
15150 Jan 9 By cash paid G J, Ball'
State Treasurer, es per re
unt J o a f n lB 9 4 ,
9 1 . 850, ac
Register's commission on
.payment of 82,50 25 127 16
We the undersigned Auditors of
Cumberland county, elected and
sworn acoording to law, in accor
dance with the mot of Assembly
passed the 22d day of April, A. D,
1846, having examined the above
account of William Gould. Esq., for the coun
ty aforesaid, in the matter of collateral tax,
and find the same carnet as above stated.
In testimony whereof we hero hereunto sot
our hands at Carlisle, this 12th day ofJanua
ry, A. D. 1850.
JOHN P. RHOADS, t Auditors.
Estate of WILLIAM KUTZ dec'd.
ALL persons are herebY .notified, that letters
testamentary onlho last will and testament of
William Katz, late of South Middleton town.
ship, Cumberland county deceased, have this
day been issued by the Register in and for said
county, to the subscriber who resides in North
Middleton township, in the county aforesaid.—
Alkpersons havibg claims or demands against
the estate of the said decased, are requested to
mrlce-knrpn - thecunme-withnuttiehtnand Those
indebted to make payment to
Feb 6,6 t Executor.
✓Flolasses and Syrup.
.4UGAP, !louse, Syrup, and Orleans (baking
Molasses of the beet qualities— •
-A mall lot of No. 2,in half barrels, and No
,• in quarter barrels, also -
For Salo at
Carlisle Jan. 7, 1850
OF the fibest onality—also
BEANS AND HOMINY.
together with n supply afresh
SODA AND WATER CRACKERS,
Vinegar, Candles, Sverm and Whale oil—and
Pins, Needles and 'I apes, to bind themflogeth
er if necessary. And all to be had at
p Jan 7 1850 EBY'S. t
UMBRELLAS. Plll'llEfOil3 and Sunshades
made, covered and repaired, by the subscriber
at his Tin Shdp, in East imuther street, Car
lisle. Terms cash, but prices low.
Carlisle January, 29,' 50.
A Gentleman andla dy can be ncoommoda
ted with a good parlour kind front chamber. Al.
so several single gentlemen, with boarding and
lodging, at the house formerly occupied by Dr-
J. J. Myers. gan• 9, '5O)
0/rice for Rent.
THAT desirable ()Nice on Main Street, a feu ,
doors from the public square and -formerly
occupied by Dr. John Creigh, is ()tiered for rent
lrom the Ist of April next. Terms Moderate.
Mrs. ELLEN CREIGH.
Carlisle, January 26, 1850.
TWO OFFICES for rent, from
.j;l;,:titi the -Ist of . A pril next, on Pitt
street, adiottung the Drug Store of
-• tlenry:A, Sturgeon—one on 'the
first story. the other nn the second
story of said building. For 'Tlarti..,llars enquire
of the subscriber. .. ROBDRT NOBLE.
Jan. 23, 1850.
THE dwelling house, now, occu
pied by Mr. Saxton, adjoining my
store. Also, two comfortable dwel
111 I ling houses in.Titt Street, rent $5O.
Possession given April Ist 1850
CHAS. OGILB Y.
Carlisle, Jan. 9, 1850.
4 1 FOR RENT
TWO story Stone HOUSE, on the south
corner of High and East streets, occupied
by Wrn. Reilly. Possession given on the Ist
of Ap ii. R M HENDETSON,
FOR RENT, and possession
given on the Ist of April next,
the two story Brick Dw e lli ng
Mouse south of the AI E Church,
at present occupied by Dr. Raw
lins. For terms apply to t.
A'gt for I'rusires.
THE More room on West High stree
now occupied by Geu, It. Crooks, adjoin
,ng Dr. Rawlin's Drug Sioro is offered for ren
,roan the first of April. Apply to
dun. 9101850. WM. B. KNOX
THE Store-room dhd cellar now
in the occupancy of thp snbseriber,
in west Main street, is offered for
rent.' This is a desirable stand
en• business. Possession given
tit iirerlettety , or on the Ist of April' neat. and
the stock of goods now in the store' will be dis•
posed of at the same tinio, on reasonable terms
Apply to (jan2) I. W °RALEY.
CORNS ? CORNS ?
rospoctfully,rocommened to the afflicted,
'AACHARIAII'S CORN ERADICATOR
*Web will excirminato these trouble
some oxeroeconcoa, by a law application with.
out pain. S. ELLIOTT.
ir UST received at ihe cheap Hardware store
d of the subscriber in East High Street, a
complete assort went of Tubs, Buckets, Churns,
&c. Also Duponts Rifle and Blasting
Powder, which will be sold very cheap by
Jan. 23d 1850. HENRY SAXTON., ,
A great variety of thcso.usefal. °Mass is of
forild for sale, consisting oll4Thitewash, Sweep
ing, Serubbingi Paintors; loth; Shaving, Hair
Teeth and Null Flesh and Gramingllrushes it
.great variety„all - orwhich are'of 'the best qual
ity - and will be sold at'tlio Iciwest Orissa •
• Juno 6. .
• . .
fil-1 E tin4orsjgne'Cli tiyjrig purchased
• '; the. iritorept of former Partner, likes this
mot mod of informing. his numerous customers
and the public generally,,thetl he will. bontinue
`a.t h the , well,known eland' Main street ' di
''rally:opposite the.etare Mr: , Chas. ,Cgikhy;
Where will fMinl'the lefgesitind.Chespest
nortment of goods tin' his Hard*pre.
'Cedar were, +Gloss ofei , ery'stsg.s - Pitinti4vOils,
Cleat tiffs,..&e.'; of any Store ,in-the:sounty.
s'mustoore end, the" comMunity'generallY,fer
Metiberal paronturicgiven'„te l thdletefirm,.and
irephs• by stri t oftentionieclhithinetiel Merl)
andreoelyA . thOesime: = • ' 4
!Jen. WIT 3G; HPNRY_SAXTON,'
anio s ' i e wlnta ti tt o l n o
e an i o
CARS to be found any whoro ‘ out of the city
The Ablection coneistw of , ~,
:.Plantation,,. • , Gr,oh. VPaue
Arl o Figoroe
a..A1l 'of the fineet.,CilPlt.°ll”-'lnY",';
nd, put upln. _ , n
lip:ie'exdolleot ' s ixes fii! , 4 p.
Ile- beer COngOes'.eed,..CTORACCC
boib plain a PO B YYPOPP" •"‘ Oct berorqqpOri,
got d pxotroneimy
e:b ,e „, „
---- ,• K..
optfbi ),l % p tiokhl. l l l : o .9,l,tk•ii , J .
. •,,, „ •,,
WHEREAS the Honorable Fnzonateir
Wier*, Piesident Judge OHM several
Courtdof Cormiton Pleas of the counties of •
gamberland, Lorry and Juniata, in Peonsylva
nia,,and Justted of the several Corms of Oyer,
and Terminer ,and General Jail Delivery In
said counties. and lion. John Stuart and John'
Clendonin, Judges of the Court of Oyer and .
Terminer end' General Jail Delivery forth
trial of ull capital and other offenders, in the
said county of Cumberland, by their precepts to
me directed, dated the 14th day of Jan., 1850,
have ordered the Court of Oyer and Terminer
and GeneralJall Delivery , to be holden tt t Car
lisle on the 2d Monday of April, next,
(being the Bth day) at tO o'clock in thefore.
noon. to continue tiro weeks.
NOTICE is therefore hereby given ,tothe
Coroner, Justices of the Peace and Constables
oftho said county ofCumberland,thatthey are
by the said proceptoommand,ed to be then and
there in their proper persons,with their rolls,
records, inquisitions, examinations, and all
other remembrances, todo those things which
to ihoirofficesappertnitifo bedone,andallthose
that are bound by reilognizaneee,to prosecute
(against the prisonerstirat are costliest shall - be
in the Jail of said county, are to be there to
prosecute them as shall be j ust,
Carlisle, Dec. 13, 1849.
NOTICE•is hereby given to the members of
the Cumberland Valley Mutual Protection
Company of Dickinson township. Cumberland
county Po., tnut an nesestiment of six pm cent
has this day been in the premium notes of
said Company by the,Board ; which amount is
directed to ho • paid to the 'Treasurer of said
Company. according to thelsharter and by-laws.•
By order of the Board.
A. G. MILLER, Sec'y
A LL persons indebted to the subscriber., are
hereby notified that their aceouhts are pos
ted up to the Ist inst., and'ate requested to r all
and settle up. The books of Warren. B. Par
kinson, Agent, up to October 1, 180, are in my
bands for settlement. Oh the Ist of February
'next, they will be raft with a Squire fo collec
tion. - OGILBY.
Carlisle, Jan 3,.1350
Estate of Mary H. Duncan, deed..
LETTERS et Administration on the Estate
of Mary Conceit, deed:, late of the Bo•
rough of Carlisle; Ciimberlhad County, have
issued in due form of law to the subscriber re
siding in said Borough. All' persons indebted
to said estate will malie immediate payment.
and those having claims against, it 'will present
the same for settfement% fo•
Administratrix with the Will annexed
January 10th, 1850.-6 t.
Estate of Sohn Snavely, Deed.
ETTFRS Testamentary on the Estate of
ILA John Simile decd. Into of Hampden
township, Cumberland County, have issued in
due form of law to the subscriber residing in
said township. All persona indebted to said es
tate will make immediate payment; and those
having claims against it will present the same
for settlement to JOHN RUPP.II
Executor of John Snively, decd•
Dec. 21.-6 t
Estate of James rrvin, dec'd.
LETTERS of Administration on the Estate
James Irvin, late of East- Pentiihorough
township. Cumberland county, deceased, Wive
been - granted to the subscriber ' residing in tho
same township. All persons hawing claims or -.-
demands against the estate of said decedent'
are requested tomako known the same withont •
delay, and those-indebted to make payment im
mediately. lABR'III. 013T.:E;
jan2.6wpd r.' •
Estate of Fied'k Goodyear, deed..
y ETTERS Testamentary on the estate of
I_4l , red'k, Goodyear, late of Monier, township,
Cumberland county, deceased, have been grant
ed to the subscribers, residing in the same town
ship. All persons knowing themselves indebt
ed to the said estate are required to make imme
diate payment, and those having claims•to pre
sent them,for settlement to
Estate of Peter Whitener, decid.
LETTERS Testamentary on the Estate of.
Peter' Whitmer, late of South Middleton'
township, Cumberland county, deceased, have
been granted to the subscriber, residing in
Huntington township, Adams county. All
persons indebted to said estate are hereby'no
tified to make immediate payment, and those
having claims to present them for settlement to
decl2 WiVI R SADLER, Ex'r..
Estate of Mary Harlan, deeld.
E rr ERS Testamentary on the Estate of
Li Mary Harlan, late of Stoughstown, Cum
berland county, dec'd., have bean granted to
the subscriber, residing Mille same place. All
persons indebted to said estate aro requested to
make immediate poment, and those having
claims to present them for settlement to
Estate of Isaac' Lloyd; decid.
lEWERS of Administration on the Estate
4 Isaac late of Allentownsbip, deed.
have men, granted to the subscriber residing in
same township. All persons knowing them
.solves indebted to said estate to make payment
immediately, and those having claims •to pre•
sent them for settlement to
Estate of Michael Bear, dec'd
LETTERS TESTAMENTARY on die
estatb of Michael Bear, late df West Pennsbo
rough township, Cumberland county, deceased,
have been issued in due form of law to the sub
scriber, residing in the said township. All per
sore indebted to said estate will make inuncdi
ote payment, and those having claimst spinet
the canto will present them for settlement to:
HENRY BEAR, Executor.
of Michael Bear, do'cd•
Jan. 2 1850,—Pt.
N the jnatur of Om final Administration au-
I count ol Tohn Peters, Executor of Jacob Var
nish, docd. The undersigned Auditor, appoin
ted by the 'Orph,pne' Court of Cumberland
County, to make distribution • pre rata among
the creditors, will attend; for that purpose at
his office in Carlisle, Monday the 4th day, of
February neat,. JAS. S COLWELL.
Carlisle, Jan. 16th, 1850.
ALL pevsons that know themselves
indebted to the subscriber, are requested
to call and settle their accounts forthwith, and
all who have claims to present.them, as ho is
desirous to settle up all hie.businees by the 23d
of February next. Therefore all accounts that
are unpaid up to that date will be left with a
Justice of the peace for collection.
GEORGE W RHEEM.
Jan ]6, 1850
Strati Heifer. •
AME fettle prOmiece of the - eubseribcr, in
IL) South Middleton toWnehip,.'about , the . let
of December Itiet, a BRINDLE '
f•tapto uto4 Year old,.
with •whitd'head and-belly. The
'4 elal k • ownor ie'renuested , to come
,ward, proye•preperty,' pay char
gee a.id•ta)%lior. nway„orefe will.bo; disposed
of according 'te law. • . „.
' • Jeri 28, 1850=21.* : , .
• - • Stray Steer. -••
CAME to thg subscri,
'her . ; in South Middleton, townshi_V e tibotti
the ]at of Deo. lastv , let - BLACK:
STEER,. about a yeti houlder a r,oldl -with
•,/ white spots a n the snd
AVIV' the rump; and 'a,whiter belly: The •
owner is requested to, come Jot.-
Ward,. prove property, pay phargevand"telce
him away, or he will be'disposed of according':
to law. I. JOHN. KAUlfritetN. ,
Jan 29, 1850,-3*.
; ~..: rams TZLEI.B.. i - ,'-
TAKTE halm just received an entire new, selec=t
.• V Y , don of . choke' 60(1'11131ff GREEN 'AND
'BLACK! j TEAS;:' embracing , YoUnk' N . yecini'.'',
litiperinliand'Gnntiowder tone, of venous guntY.' .'
Ilea. ranking Trout 3'1 1 4101 . $1;23 per Votirfdi front: ,
• theitea' store alba' eastio:.,Teinkine;'br..Philter 1::
delphicwnetidn'sectlteljrailif fremblirliackeil it*"
,quarter,lfill;audVetnid Metallic and paper, ptiOk,'''.
:ages; r; as, fvOoll' , ticin tho bulk.* The selections
are'nuide by , one - of the4artnerif; mild' had laid _ ' :
' okinarience in tliiibiblldessAillaringitherChinese"
thenu/0111lIfPreboi# , ,Beyegkoregroil ft*.this.eade: '
•Lventage,,,teigethet i iv,itkotß i owsturytirletnie.ind.l..
tho;eneouth,gement ex ended; uqhl:olooll,iiNT r .i
e. 0 , 4 1hOtifiL3 pi 4 0 1,10• aiiii , thitt l 7 o o, , Yo,ltoDalflii: ,
e coiiii4d ue'Vonfidently to' 'iii6qouripa l llnOrq ,
, a superior :tit', any.-other , sotection,q,zr ene'2,ln , i_,
this tnerket—rfor ,sale at the Precery store of ; ';.'.`
July 14.449 ; , .!f-- , '••,a.: ' 4. lir.-EB Y '
REUBEN STAR, Alner