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REAL ESTATE AT PUBLIC ' SALE.
Ott SATURDAY, October 22d, 1 8 5 3,
WILL be told at public sale on the premises,
the PARM belonging to the heirs of Peter
deceased,tituate in Monroe twp, Dumb.
;minty, four miles east of Cdrlislo, adjoining
lauds of Ab'm Hartzler, Ahtm Goodyear and
CONTAINING 108 ACRES,
Imre or less. The improvements are a LOG
HO USE and Stone Kitchen, new
s'iLs. ',Frame Barn, 1 4 r.e. There ,is an
; 'l l l l ,O excellent orchard of apple and
other fruit trees, and a stream of
running water within five rods of
the building. Sale to commence at 10 o'clock.
A. M., when terms will be made known by
Also, at tho some timo and place, a
HOUSE AND LOT,
aquate irt'NortlV Middleton twp., three miles,
east of Corlisle,on the l'rindle Spring road, ad
wining lands of Adam 'Paler and J. Miller,
intainitig 1 acre and 16 perchea, strict mons—
lice. 'Fhb Ilott3e in n now two story FRAME',
II U USE web kitchen, and there is also a good
\Vcll uf water and n good Stable thereon:—
Tortes will be made known by
Oct 5 is
Estate of John Wonderly, dec'd.
ATOTIcE is hereby given that letters testn•
mentary on the estate of John 'Woodenly,
late of South Middleton township, Comb. co.,
dee msed, have been granted by the Register
of said county to the subscriber. residing in the
borough of Carlisle. All persons knowing
themselves indebted to said estate are required
to make immediate payment, and those liaving
claims to present them for settlement to
5 , ORPHAN'S COURT SALE.
On FRIDAY the 28th of October, 1853.
gN pursuanceol an order or the Orphan's
ft Court of Cumberland couty, will be sold,
al 11 o'clock in the forenoon - of said day., on
the premises, the following described property,
situate in the borough of New Cumberland, in
lho comity aftresaid, part of the estate of ROB
' ER'!' It. CHURCH', sr, dee'd. viz:
LOTS N0.'.210, 121, 15, 26, 29 and 59.
Lot 210 is vacant. tot 121 has a Two Story
\VeatherbJarded HOLSE, nod Frame Stable
thereon erected. Lots 15 and 26 have BRICK
HOUSES and Stahks thereon. Lot 53 has a
Frame House thereon.
CONDITIONS OF SALE—One third of
the purchase money to remain in the hands of
the purchaser or purchasers during the natural
Itte of Catharine Church, widow of said dece
dent, as a lieu on the property. The interest
on the same to be paid to the said Catharine
yearly, and every year during her natural life,
Interest to commence on the Ist of April, 1854,
when possession will be given to the said pur
chaser or. purchasers, and the principal to be
paid to the heirsand repret entatives of said de,-
scedant. after the death of the said Catharine,
according to their respective interests. Also,
the share of Lockw od Church, deed, one of
the children of the said Robert R. Church, de
- cearind. in the-other two_ thirds_of the._ purchase
money is to remain the hands of the purchaser
ormurchasers as a lion on the property duringthe
lie of said Catharine Church. The interest on
sante to be paid to her yearly and during her
natural life. Interest to commence on the Ist
of April, 1854, and the principal of said share
after the death of the said Catharine to be paid
to dm person or parsers legally entitled to the
same. The •no third of the balance of the
said purchase money to be paid on the Ist of
April 1851, to the heirs of The said Robert
Church; deceased, (except Lockwood as afore
said,) according to their respective int crests.—
, The other two thirds of said purchase money
to be paid on the Ist of April 1855, with inter
- est from the Ist of April, 1851, to the heirs of
the said Robert R. Church; deceased, (except
ing Co Awnod as aforesaid,) according to their
respective interests, The said purchaser or
pui''hasers of said property. or any of the same,
will on the confirmation of tilt+ sale or sales, be
required to enter into ref ognizance or recogni
zances in the Orphan's Court, with approved
security ,for the payment of the purchase money
as aforesaid; after deluding the cost of the sale
,ales, which will be required to be paid on
the confirmation of said sale or sales.
B. F. LEE,
Adm'r do boniu non of It, R. Church, dce'd
VVII in nod by *II net of the General
Assembly nt the Commonwealth of Peun—
at ,entit led liAnAct relating to We election
of this Commonwealth," passed the 2d day of
July, A. 1). 1839, it is made the duty or the She
rind every county wi.thin this Common:wealth,
to give i:ldiom:Lice of the General Electi ms , t o ld
in such notices to enumerate:
I. '1 he officers to he elected.
S. Designate the place at which the eldetion
is to be held.
1, JOS. 111 , ..DARNIOND, High Sheriff of the
county of Cumberland,do hereby make known and
o-ttiee to4he-cletni , g-of4leisomity
0 1 Cumberland, that on TUESDAY, the
day of October next, an election will be held at
the several election districts established by law
iii said county, at which lime they will vote by
ballot for the several officers hereinafter named,
4 ONE PERSON
fur Canal Commissioner of the Sllite:of
for Judge attic Supreme Court of Penns).lva-
for Auditor General of the State of Peonaylva
fo'r Surveyor..Geneval of We Stole ofPenneyiva
to representi the counties of Cumberland and
Perry in theiSenme of Peonsy
to represent the comity of Cumbe . rland io the .
house of Representatives of Pennsylvania
• • ONE PERSON -
fur Treasurer of the county of Cumberland
for Comnitssioner of the coun , y'of. Cumberland
fur District Attorney of the county of, Camber
for county Survoyor of the county of Cumber-
for Direciar of the Poor and of the Homo of
EMployment of the county of Cumberland
ONE PERSON ' •
or Auditor, to settle the public accounts of th e
county of Cumberland
The sahrelection will be held throughout the
county, as follows:
The eivetion in the election district composed
of the borough of Carlisle land the townships of
North Middleton,South Milldleton,Lower Dick
inson, Lower Frankford'und Lower West"Penns.
borough, will be held at the Court (louse, in the
hat thigh of Carlisle.
The election in the election district comt used
of Silver Spring township, will be held of the
',oldie house of George Puey,-in will_
TaLilecti.op it. the election district curiiposed
of Hampden toWnehip - , will he held st . the house
formerly occupied by H. Bressler, in said town
The election ludic election district composed
of the township of Upper Allen will be held at
the public house of David Sheller iq Shepherds.
tom n. . .
• . .
The election in thmelection district composed'
oldie township of Lower Allen Will be held at
the Wagon-maker shot) or Jonas..Htmuldmiter
TIM election in the election district composed'
o r East pennsbueough township, will be held at
the house now occupied by C_Polson, ut the
west end of the liarrisbuig . /Iridge.
The election id - the district composed of New
Cumberland, will be held at the' public houseot
W 11. Bahl, in 'the borough of New Cumbor
The election in the district composed of the
borough of Aleshaniceburg, will .be held at the
public home of .lobtelloore.r in said borough.
The election in the J64E/tee:proposed oft on,
roe township, will.fie held at the public house of
V.. 13. Gomlyear in Cliurchtown, in said township.
7 ho enaulou in the distrietcomposed of Upper'
l/ickinson' township, will be held .house
new occupied bytAristlau lloirman in mtdd town.
'fbe election in the:district compound 111 the
thorough of Newville,.and townships of
Upper rrankford, and 'that pad of Newton lOWn•
ship, not included in the /Leesburg, election Alio.
trict herein after mentioned, will be,Audd at the
Jiriek SOlool liquse, in the borough ofNewville
, 11 , ° ° l u di c)n in the ilistrintooroposed [lope.
well township,wit hehl at the School nous'
.in•Newburg, in mild totkosbip.
I he election in tits distria composed of tilt
bor'ough of Shippensburg. Sbippensburi; town.
ship, null that part of Southampton township not
included in the Leesburg election district, will
b e held at the Council Liause; thObaraozda
And in and by an net of the General Assembly
of thiti Commonwealth, passed the 2(1 July, 1859,
it is thus provided; "That the qualified electors
of parts of Newton anti Southampton township . ,
in the county orthiniberlnntl, bounded by the fol
lowing lines and distances, vizi ligginiang at the
Adams county line, thence along , the line dividing
the townships of Dickinson and Newton to- the
turnpike road, thence along said turnpike to Cen
tm School~liouse,on,said turnpike, in Sontlianqt_
ton township, thence,• to a point on - ille'lViilnut
Bottom Road at Rei buck's, including Reybuck's
'Farm, thence in a straight direction to the Saw
Mill of the heirs of George Clever, thence
along Krysher's run to the Adams county line,
llience Moog the line of Adorns county to the place
of beginning,_ be and the same it hereby, declared
n new and separate-glection district, the election
to be held at the public house of V , tn. Maxwel I
in Leesburg, Southampton township."
Molise is Ylerebv Given,
That every person,exuepting Justices of the
Peace, who shall hold any office or appointment
of profit or trust under the United States, or of
• this State, or any city pc incorporated "district,
whether a Commissioned officer or otherwise, a
subordinate officer or agent, who is or shall be
employed under the legislative, executive, orju
dietary departments of this State, or ofthe United
states, or of any City or of any inarPorated
rict; and also that every member of Congress
and of the gtate legislature, and of the Select or
Common Council of may city,
or commissioner or
any incorporated distri ct , is by law incapable of
holding or exercising at the same time, the office
or appointment of judge,inspeotor,or clerk olauy
elections of this Commonwealth, and that no in
spector, judge or other officer of such election
shall lie clips ile Jo be then voted for.
And the said act of Assembly, entitled an act.
relating to elections of this Commonwealth,passed
' July 2d, 1839, further providesms follows, to wit:
"That the inspectors and judges shall meet at
he respective places appointed for holding the
election in the district to which they respectively
belong, before 9 o'clock in the morning of the
Second-Tuesday of October, and each of said in
spectors shall appoint one clerk, who shall be a
qualified voter orsuch district.
"In case the person who shall have received the
sceond highest , number of votes For inspector,
shall not attend on the dayzof the election, then
the person who shall have received the second
highest- number-of-votes for -judge-at- the next
preceding- election' shall act as inspector in, his
place. And in case the person who shall have
received the highest number of votes for inspec
tor shall not attentl,the person elected judge shall
appoint an inspector - in his place;' and in case the
person elected a judge shall not attend, then the
inspector who received the
votes shall appoint a judge in his place; or irony
vacancy shall continue in the hoard for the space
of one hour otter the time fixed by law for the
opening of the election, the qualified voters of the
liwnship ward or district for which such office.'
shall have beim elected, present at the place o.
election, shall_elect one of their number to fit
'lt shall be the duty of the several assessors
of each district to attend slake place of holding'
every.general special or township election, dur
ing the whole time said election is kept open, for
the, purpose of giving information to the inspectors
and judges when called on in relation to the right
of any person assessed by them to vote at such
election, or such other matters in relation to the
assessment or voters as the said inspector - a or
either of them shall from time to time require.
"No perSoll Shall be permitted to vote at any
e'ect ion as aforesaid, than a white freeman of the
age of twenty one years or more, who shall have
resided in t'd s State at least one year and in the
election district where he offers his vote at least
ten days immediately preceding stick elCctiou
and within two years paid StatAr county tax,
which shad have been assessed at least ten days
before the election. But a citizen of the United
States, who has previously been a-qualified voter
of this State, and removed therefrom and rel Urn
ep4and who shall have resided in the election
district nail paid lases aforesaid, shall be entitled
to vote alter residing in this State six mouths;
Provided, That, the white freemen, citizens of
the United States, between the ages of t wenty
one and twenty two years who have resided 131
ao election district ten days as aforesaid, shall
lie entitled to vote although they shall not have
No person shall be permitted to vote whose
name is not contained in the list of taxable in
furnished by'the corn inissiouers, unless.
First, he produce a receipt for the payment
width' two years, or a state or comity tax asses
sed agreeably to the constitution, and give satis
factory evidence either on Ins oath or-affirmation,
or the oath or affirmation bt another that he' has
paid - sack a tax,or on lailure to produce a receipt
shall make oath to the payment thereof. Second,
if he claim a right to vote hy being an elector be
tween the age of twenty one and twenty two years
he shall depose on oath or affirmation that he has
resided in this State at least one year next before,
his application, mill make much proof of residence
n the district as is required by this act and that
he does verily believe from the account given Idol
that he is Of thin age aforesaid , and such other-ev
idenee as is required by this act, whereupon the
name of the person so admitled to vote shall he
inserted in the alphabetical list by the inspectors,
and a note male opposite thereto by writing the
word `tax,'- if he shall be admitted to vote by
"reason of having paid tax, or the word 'age, he
he shall be ailinittedto vote by reason of such age,
shall lie called out to the Clerks, who shall make
the like notes in the lists of voters kept by them.
all cases where the name of the person
- claiming to vote is found'en the list furnished by
the commissioners and assessor, or his right to '
vote whether found thereon or not, is &dewed to
by any qualified citizen, it shall be the duty of the
inspectors to examine such persons on oath as to
his qtalifications, and it he claims to have resided
within the State for one year or more, his oath
- 511111Flitc - s3lll ear - ffiliFiffifTliiirsliffi -
poor by at least one competent witness, who shall
be a qualified elector, that he has resided within
the district for inure than tell clays next iiumeili
ately preceding, said election, and shall also
self swear that hi, WWI fide residence, in pursu
ance of his lawful calling, is within the district,
and that he did not remove into said district fee
he purpose of voting therein.
'Every person qualified as aforesaid, and who
shall make due kwoot if required, of his residence
and payment of taxes as aforesaid, shall be ad
mitted to vote in the township, ward - or district
in which he shall reside.
•If any person shall prevent ot• attempt to pre.
vent any officer of any election under tins act
froin 'holding such election, or nsc or threaten any
violence to any such officer, or sh,di.interrupt or
improperly imerfere with him in the execution of
of his duty, or shall block up the window or ave
nue to .my window where the same any be hold-'
log, or shall riotously disturb the peace at such
election, or shall use or practice any intimidating
threats, fore or violence, with design to influence
unduly or overawe any elector, or to prevent him
from voting or to restrain the fretdom of choice,
such persons on conviction shall be fined in any
sum not exceeding five hundred dollars and he
impriamed for any time not less than three nor
more than twelve months, and if it shall be shown
to court, where the trial of such offeuce shall lie
had, that the person se' offimiling was not tt" resi
dent of the city, ward, district or township where
the offence was committed, and not entitled to vote
therein, then on conviction he shall be sentenced
to pay a fine ot• not less than one hundred nor
more than one thousand dollars, a n d bb, impriso
ned not less than six mouth nor more than two
. 'Unity person or persons shall make anyhet or
wagerupon the result of any election within the
CJinMonwealth, or shall offer to make any such
bet or wager, either by verbal.proclarattion there
of, nr by any written or printed advertisement
challenge or invite Miy person to make such bet
or wager, upon conviction thereolhe or they shall
firfelt and pay three tunes the amount so bet or
to be bet. _
If any person not by law qualified, shall fraud
ulently vote at any eleetion. in this Common
wealth, or being otherwiseqmilified shall vote out
of his proper district, or it any person knowing
the want of such qualifications, shall aid or pro.
cure such person to vote, the person offending
skill, on conviction, be lined in any sum not ex
ceeding two hundred.dollars; and be imprisoned
fot• any term not exceeding three•moutits.
qt . any Person shall vote at more than one elec
tion district, or OtherWlSC fraudulently vote more
than once on the same day, or shall fraudulently
fold Or deliver to the inspector two tickets to
gether, with the intent illegally to vote, or shall
procure another so to do, he or they offending,
shall on conviction be fined in any sum -110C.10811
than fifty nor more tlisn fiVe hundred dollars, and
he imprisoned km ally term not less than - three
nor more than twelve months •
'lf an, person not goalificti to vote in this Com
monwealth, agreeably to law. (except' the soon of
(Instilled citizens) shall optical. at any place of
election fop the purpose of issuing tickets or , of
influencing the citizens qualified to vote ,he shall
on conviction forfeit and pay any stun not exceed.
ing one hundred dollars for every such offence,
and be imprisoned tor any term not exceeding
Agreeably to the proitions of the sixty-first
section of said net, every General and Special
Election shall lie opened between the 'mere
eight and ton in the forenoon, and shall continue
without interipuion or- adjournment until 'seven
o'clnk in the evening, when the polls shall. be
chilled. • ,
Ainl the Judged of the respective districts afore
said, are by the mid net required to meal- at the
Court I louse, in the borough, of Carlisle on the
third day after the' said day of election, being
Friday the 14th day of Oatober, then and thereto
perform the things required oethern by
The retdro`Judges of tho 'SenntorsilAistrict
will meet at the Court House in the borough of
Carlisle; on Tuesday, the 28th day.of October,
then and there to perform the duties required Oh
them by law.: - +-rk
Given under my hand, at Carlisle, this let
day oi.September, A. U., 1859. • .
Sheriff's Office, Carlisle, ?A.
September 1,1853. ,
AME. to the 'promises of the subsea,
Northldleten twp, throe miles et
abput.the 7th of August last, It
HOGS. Three of them are White an_
ft. unit black spotted, •apparently_ aboutten
inonthrold. Tire owne: is requested to come
forward, prove 'properly, pay charges and take.
them away, or they will he sold. as the law di- '
recta. , (octO3m* AIAM HOOKER.
Attention, limeburners !
" 6. 11
Buy your COAL of
Kr - ONLY $2 00 per ton for Cash. fOcts
ZIOUSE AND swolxia-Roots
THE Stibeeriber offeriffor rent, from ale lei
of April next for. ,one or more years, a largo
two story BRICK HOUSE, srore•house and
lot of grounds skarn() in Milltown, Dickinson
twp. Comb. co. ThiS propcey is well located
for buSittess, and the store-room is now -occu
pied as such. There is also a line spring house
with an excellent spring mining through it at•
inched, and:tho lot contains many: choice" fruit
trees. JACOB BEM MINGER.
October 5 3w
Lamps, Lanterns 'and Chandeliers.
N E COrnerT Fourth and Cherry els., Phila.
HAVING enlarged and improved their store,
and having the largest assortment of lamps
in Philadelphia, they aro now prepared to lur-
Camphine, Pine Oil,
BURNING FLUID, ".
Ethereal Oil, Phosgene Gas and Lnrd Oil.—
Lamps. Lanterns 61 all paterns, Fancy Hotel
and jlall-Lamps, Chandeliros, Gwandoles and
Candelabras, and Brittania Lamps,at the man.
ufacturers lowest prices. Glass Lamps by the
package, at a small advance over suction pri
ces. Being largd MANUFACTURERS of
Pine Oil, Burning Fluid, Ethereal Oil, Ala°.
hol and (the only true) Phosgene Gas, they can
furnish these articles at such prices that Mer
chants will find it to their advantage to buy.—
Call before going elsewhere, if you want bar-
gains. Also the Safety Fluid,Larop for sale.
October' 5, 1853—ty
TOYS, TOYS, FANCY GOODS :
pAS just received his Fall Importations of
I'o YS, I) OLLS, Work Baskets and Box
es, articles for Confectioners, Druggists and To
bacconists, also FANCY GOODS of every'
description, such as
Toys of wool. china, load, tin, &o, 1000 styles.
Jointed, kid, wax and dressed Dolls, all sizes.
Doll Heads with teeth, moving eyes, &c.
Accordeons, harmonicas, violins, trumpets,
IVatches, optics, rings, waggons, &c,
Morbles of china, agate, glass, common, col'd,
German slates and pencils, all sizes.
Percussion Caps, G D.. 'l' B, and othgr marks.
Cornets, bonbon and' cracking secrets, &c.
Fancy Baskets ar.d boxes, dressing cases,
Alabaster articles, Jewelry boxes, Inkstands,
Toilet boxes, Perfumery, Tech.bruslieS.
Druggists' fancy nrticles,C_armine, C.H. Pencils
Tobacco and Snu ff boxes. Segar cases. Tinfoil.
Turkish and German Pipes of Porcelain,
Bronze, etc. .
With nn endless variety of newest styles of
Dealers will find it to their advantage to make
an early examination of this stock. as the Goods
nee all new and will he offered at the very low
est rates. W. TILLER, Importer,
1 Commerce St., Philadelphia.
Penny Toys, 50 kinds. 'Cases of assorted
Toys, at $5, 10, 20, per Cast]. ' svps-2,n
SELLING OFF AT COST:
$15.000 7o l i n th ad o d f
i G ti p on oD to S o e u t i il
s o t n o t a r w tl e .
have resewed and arc now rdeei‘ing a large
lot of Fall and Winter Goods front two of our
As all of this stock was purchased before the
present groat advanced price in goods, and will
bo sold at COST, purchasers can tsave from 25
to 51) POT cent by giving us an early call. We
now have Black Silks, Long Shawls, Ticking,
Check, Blankets, Cassinets, Cloths, Mastitis,
&c.,•a1l of which we were out of previous to
yesterday's arrival. Also Carpets, and a lot
of Boots and Shoes just received.
Call soon and receive the bargains bcfpre
they are all gone.
ir.rßargains still to he had at the Clothing
Store hear Burkholder's lintel.
Plainfield Classical Academy
Near Carlisle, Pa.
15th Session (five months) will COM
'nonce Nov. 7th. Tho buildings are new
and extensive (one erected, last loll). The
situation is all that can be des red kw, health
fulness and moral pUrity Removed from the
excitements ol Town or Village thr! Student
may hero prepare for College, Mercantile per.
suits, &c. All the brunches are taught which
go to form n lifierat (ducat on. A conscien•
Tims — thesefierg - e — a — duty - 1m - 'seem' er
Providence. the present flourishing condition
of the lostittitlon. Itb future prosperity shall
be maintained by the same means.
• Terms—Board and Tuition (per
session),. 550 00
For f . jatalog,ues with lull information address
R. K. 13 URNS,
Principal & Proprietor.
' Plainfield, Cumb, Co.; Pa.
Three miles West of Harrisburg, Pa.
r HE SIXTH SESSION will commence on
IL Monday. the seventh of November next.
Parents and Guardians and others interested
ars requested to inquire into the merits of this
Institution. The situation is retired, pleasant,
healthful and convenient of access; the course
of instruction is extensive and thorough, and
the accommodations are ample.
Donlinger, Principal,(and anchor df Lan.
gnages and Mathematics.
Dr, A. Dinsmore, A. M., teacher of Ancient
Languages and Natural Science.
E. 0., Dare, toucher of Mathematics and,
, Hugh Coyle, Teacher of Music. •
T. Kirk While, teacher of I'lain and Orna
Boarding, Washing, and Tuition
in English per session (5 months), $5O 00
Instruction in Ancient or Modern
Languages, each, 5 00
Instrumental Music, 10 00
For Circulars and other information address
D. ,DENIM GER,
. sop% Harrisburg, Pa.
HOUSE AND LOT :FOR SALE.
rgillE: subscriber offers for sale the FRAME
I HO USD and Let,22 feet front by 210 leet
in depth, now occupied by David Smith, Esq.,
in East Main street. The dwelling contains
eight coiled rooms, including double psalms
Attached is a custern,:smoke house and stable
For further information applyto
H. A. STURGEON
Sep 21 tf Agt for;,Mrs Ann Day. .
;ICKEREL, Constantly on hand
,SHAD, and for sale by
HERRINGS, J,PALMER & Co
PORK, , MAIMET WHARF,
HAMS, SHOULDERS PHILADELPHIA.
LARD AND CHEESE.) Sept. 7, 1853, 3m
4, IT z & HENDRY,
Stare, 29 N. 13e1 0., Phila.
Morocco Manufacturers, Carrion], Importers,
Voininission and Genoral Leather Business,
Manilla - Cwt . ! 15 Mnrgarottu street. seit7ty
CP.V W • ,Vgfo.
Corner of Hanover and Lauther ate., Carlisle
IWO undersigned has always on hand n large
stock of superior 'Calrinet Ware, in all the
ditforent styles, which he is prepared to sell at
the lowest prices. Ho invites attention partic
ularly to the , Patent Spring. Bottom Bedstead, a
most useful Muck), which entlrcly obviates all
objebtions.- The bottom can be attached to old
Bedsteads. They .havo given dmtire satisfac
tion to all who have them in use.
irrUOFFIN'S made to order altho shortest
carßslo"Jan'y. 22, 1851,—1y.
Bonnet Featliel. •
-THE subsCriber hut Open an invoice
of Ostrich and other Bonnet }outliers at One
hall the usual pries._ Also a very cheap . 0 1
Fancy Urea Stika. ',•
_1%35 d(tegitoE . O. W. MITER,.
Utal eatatc Sulcs.
FALL MILLINERY GOODS.
JOHN STONE & SONS,.
No. 4.0 South Second street, Pktadelphia.
ILE now opening for the.Fallgrado a well
SILKS, • RIBBONS,
FEATHERS, FLOWERS, .
AND MILLINERY GOODS IN GENERAL
Conlining themselves exclusively to tine
. branch of the trade, and Importing the larger
part of their stock, enelijes them to offer an as.
ointment unsurpassedta extent- and variety,
which will be sold on the most lavorable terms.
• - September 14, 1853-2 m.
—lmporters and Manufactnrers of every kind of
86 Arai street (below Third et) Philadelphia,
and atl7B • Water street, New York. -
S our Gooda have all boon selected in Eu
rope by one , of the firm, and manufactured
by ourselves in the Mast elegant and Inehiena
blc manner, we can.offer them at a price(taking
their superior piality into consideration) that
will defy competion.
Silver Medals awarded for superiority by the
Institutes of Pennsylvania and Maryland.
290 bble t in Whole and Half barrels, novt
receiving and for sale by
• . WOODWARD & SMITH.
C Watches d i' Jewelry.
Wll DLESALE and RETAIL
at the " Philadelphia Watch
r . '",,..... and Jewelry Store," Number
441 3 .f 5 Is ( lo u r a t r l r t y Segfi l dj e tTe l e; i t, corner
_,__/.&:- • ,:. ,Y.'S Gold Lever Watches, Pa. full
ii.W:elikii;iii.t t jewelled, 18 carat cases, 820,00
Gold Leptne, 18 carat cases, $24 00
Silver do jewels, 9 00
Silver Lever, full jewelled, 12 00
Superior Quartiers, ' 7 00
Gold Spectacles, 7 00
Fine Silver Spectacles, , " 150
Gold Bracelets, , 3 00
Ladies' Gold Pencils, ' 100
Silver Tea Spoons, set, 5 00
Gold Pens with Pencil and Silver Holder, 1 00
Gold Finger Ring's 373 cents to $8 ; Watch
Glasses, plain, 126 cents; Patent, 181 ; Lunet,
_95 ; other articles in proportion. All goods
warranted to be what they arc sold for.
STAUFFER & HARLEY,
.• sept7ly • _ S l4 cceors to 0. Conrad.
On hand, some Gold and Silver Levers and
Lepines, still lower than the above prices.
THE EIGHTH st: SILK STORE
.NO. 4, .)Forth Eighth Street, Phihz.
I-V. DEP U Y returns his thanks to his nu.
merousienstomers in Cumberland county
for their liberal patronage duriug the last sea
son, and is now prepared to supply them at
reason:losle prices, with every description of
Fancy Dry Goods. Ills stock comprises a ful
Rich Plaid Silks, a Fine, French Merinoes
Brocade' do Rich Plaid Cashmeres
Plain do Paris Mous do Laines
Changeable do Plain, all Wool do
Satins and Florene Cheap do Laines
Paris de Beges Imported Ginghams
Embroidered Collars Chintzes Nluslimi Flan-
Sleeves Chetutiettes ifals ana - Srickings.
Also, n full line of till widths of the 13 Es`r
BLACK sr Lfi;•s, with Shawls, Rib•
boos, Clunks, Velvets, Cloaking • Cloths, Sta.,
in crest variety.
His goods are bought low, in largo lots, from
first hands. ,
HAYES' - P,ATENT
TUBULAR OVEN HOT AIR RANGE
Various Sizes, to suit Families, Boarding
Houses and Hotels.
riVIOST, in want of a superior Cooking Ap
-1., paratus tiro invited to call at our Ware
house and examine this Range. For durability
economy and simplicity in operation it stands
unrivaled. It has a porfeet hot air vdntilatibn
—and meats baked in this oven will retain their
juice and flavor equal to that roasted before an
open fire. Meats and pastry cooked at he
same tone without one affecting the other. 13
will supply sufficient heated air to heat ad i
tionai rooms for the coldest weather.' 'lt has
11 . 6 ddsCEnding. or imam flutes, and is equally
well adapted to buuminous or common hard
coal. 'rite steam valve over the boiling part of
the Range carries off the steam and scent of
cooking, as well as heat in simmer.
Every Range sold warranted to give satisfac
tion4l.• or no expense to the purchaser. ‹.i
. Patented October, 1848,
For Public Hulls, Faclortes, Railroad Cars,
Chunnies, Flues, Ships, Steamers, ‘s.c
Pure air is a subject claiming the attention
of every individual, nod all buildipge should be
provided with the proper means of ventilation ;
Also, a powerful
Warming and Ventilating Furnace.
For Dwellings, School Houses, Churches, Halls
. A large.ossorment of Office, Hall and,Cook
ing Stoves, Parlor Grates, Registers, Sre.
Wholesale and Retail.
RAND Sr. HAYES,
82 North Sixth street, Philo
p)Pcrsonal, attention given to warming and
ventilating both public and private buildings.
Lined Buck Gloves.
THE subscriber line= hand Men's BUCK
GLO VEIS, lined with Sheep Ykin, euitnhle for
driving gloves. janl9 G. W.,HITN
No. 171 North 2d itreet, apposite the Came
AVI N G in Store a full and extensive as
sorimont of Millinery artieles,'Primmings
and Fancy Goods, such as,..:Ribbonds, Laces
Blond, Glace Silks, Florenccs,Bounel,Fraines
and a large as orttnent of Ncedlo•werked fldfs
Cellar!, Caps, Flounces, Insertings, F.'dgings
&c., together r ith a great variety of other ar
tidos in our lino too numerous io mention,•at
WI! LESALE AND RETAIL.
N request all such us are about making
their purchases to give me a call. psep2nut
First arrival of Fall Dry Goads,
At the New and Chcap Store.
Weise 10 Campbell
WO U 1. 1) rosroctfully announce to their
friends and the public that they have
just received from New York and Philadelphia
a largo and inindsome assortment or
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.
Their goads have all bean selected with great
care from.the best New Yorkand Philadelphia
houses, and cannot fad to suit purchasers both
in quahty and price.
HENRY J. WOLF, "
• O.ffle, No. 2, Bedew's Row. _ ,
A LL professional business strictly attended
to. The Gorman language spoken as read
ily.as the English, [Sop 14, 1853
ROBERT B. SIVECL'E'f,
AIIINET MAKERAND UNDERTAKER
North Hanover Street, andnext door to Glass's
THE undorsigned would respoctfully inform
iho 'citizens of Crirlisle and the public gener
ally, that he now has on hand a largo and ele
gant assortmoirt of URN ITU RE, consisting
an part of Wardrobes, Card and other Tablos,
,Bureaus, Bedsteads, plain and fancy
Sowing Stands, &p. manufactured of tho boat
matorial and quality warranted.
.Also a general assortment of CHAIRS at,
the lowest prices. Fenian,' Blinds made to
order, and repairing prdmmly attended to.
.o:rCollins made at the shortest notice, and
having a splendid hearse Ito will 'attend funer
als in town or country.
0:1 - Remember .tho stand— next docii to
Glass's Hotel. nov2l R. B. SMILEY.
BEDS' AND HANES
ECEIVED tine day„dirmit frord Cincinna
ti, a Jul! supply of theifollowing colobra.
100 Sugar Cured Davis & Co's Hoof Hams,
100 • Gardnor,Phipp & Co's Hams,
100 . 4 Darnall° Westphalia do:'•
This lasi. brand gained the Prise Medal at the
London World'a Fair: - Akio a largo supply 'of
Country Hama, Bacon, Shoulders and Stdos all
of which will bo sold very low for cash.
J. G. WILLIAMS,•
Family Grocer. '
FRUIT, CANDIES, ate.
FAMILY parties Sabbath Schottls and Pic
nio parties in going to the country will do well
by calling at filo cheapaDrug tore of B, J:
Kieffer, where they can bo supplied with ar.
ticlee at iho lowest rates and of tbe beat qual
ity. CANDlES—retail price, 20 Conte par
pound. A general asortment of Patent Med.,
winos oppotontly, on hand. jy2o
On SATURDAY tfie.Blll day of Oetober,lBs3.
IN pursuancii — ol a decree oLthe Orphan's
Court Of Cumberland co. will be, sold at public
sale on the premises, at 12 o'clock, M, the fol
lowing described real estate, late the property
dleton twp, adjoining Papertown,
CONTAINING 25 ACRES
and 21 perches, strict measure, hounded on the
south by It Givin, on tlje north- bY).I Bennet,
east by G Nagle and Joseph Culver, having
thereon erected a LOG 110 USE,
Fraine Stableond other outbuild-.
Inge, also a well of excellent water
at the door and some fruit trees. It
is worthy the attention of persons
desiring a comfortable home. •
TERAIS—One third of the purchase money
to be paid on the tst day of April next, w hen
possession will be:given and the deed made—
one third to remain in the land (luring the life r .
,time of the-widow:pile interest Co be paid her
and the remaining one third in three equal year
ly payments, bearing interest from the Is day
of April 1831, intereat to be paid yearly
taxes assessed after the Ist of January, 1354, to
beimid by the purchaser, and payments to be
secured by judgment and mortgage-
ang3l is Guardian of the minor Children.
THE subscribers will offer at private sale in
South Middleton twp. Cumberland county,
the following real estate, late the property of
David Krysher. deed, about four miles east of
Carlisle on the Lisburn road, bounded by lands
of Robert C. Sterret, Abraham Hartzler, John
Solenbarger, Samuel Etter and others,
CONTAINING 130 ACRES
of first rate limestone land, about 00 acres of
which ore cleared and under good fence and in
a high state of cultivation. The remainder is
covered with flue young timber,and about 45
acres in clover, The improvements are two
good DWELLING HOUSES, tho,
One a two story log house, with a ;' - ":1111,
kitchen attached, litastered in and RN;
outside, with the necessary outbuil
dings—oven, smoke honse, corn crib
hog stable, and a never failing well of water at
the door. The other, a new. two story frame
house, well finished, with all. the necessary out
buildings—wash house, oven and oven house,
a hog stable, well and pump near the door; al
so a double log barn, corn cribs, carriage house,
sheds, apple mill, cider press and press house.
Also an apple orchard of about two hundred
trees of choice grafted fruit. Also a number of
peach, cherry and' plum trees, with a never
failing well of water r lining out nearly all the
time ,with a pump in convenient for watering.
Any person wishing to view the said property
can do so by calling on David It. lirysher. who'
resides on said farm. The property will be
sold in part or the whole, to suit purchabers.
DAVID It KRYSHER,
A DESIRABLE LOCATION FOR A Pltvotcto re.
ILL be sold nt public sale, on FRIDAY
99 the 7th of October, 1131..3, on the premi
ses, in the town of Centreville, Cumb. co, the
property of li. C. Hoover, a
LOT OF GROUND,
.marked _No. in the general plot of said-town,
fronting on Main street 60 feet by 147 `ft. deep,
whereon is erected a two - story BRICK
HOUSE, with a brick shop atinclied,tlN
suitable for a Physician n Mechanic, a,
a well of excellent water tnsr the door, with a
pump, an excellent stable, corn crib, nog pen,
dart•inge house, &c. Also a lot of choice !run
trees on the pr - cmises. -Any physician wishing
to change his location will do well in attending
the sale, as the property is situated in a weal
thy section of the county, and a vdry desirable
7. V. DEPUY,
41, N• tits se.; Phila
1' tly dollars to Le paid immediately when the
property is sold, one half the balance on the
April 1851, when a 'deed will be made to the
purchaser, and the balance on the Ist of April
1355; payments so lio arcs red by judgment,
mortgage or surely. The property may be el.
fered first for cash, to be paid on the let of A
pril 1854. In either :eI9C filty dollars must be
paid on the sale. '
Persons wishing to view the property can do
so by calling on Dr. %Vends, who resides ou the
premises, or-on J. Buld, Esq., near the same.
Sale to commenLe at 1 o'clock, P. M. of said
day. when attendance will be given by
Assignee of Dr. R. C. Hoover, and residing a
Newburg. , (sepl4ts
BYvittno of a power of Attorney from all
the heirs at law oTAndrew Quigley:dee,
I will expose to public sale on His promises,
On SATURDAY the Bth day or October,
at 11 o'clock, A. AL, all that • Plantation, or
Tract of Land situate in North Middleton twp,
on the public toad front Waggoner's road to
the - Suloltur Springs,containing 78 Acres more
or less, about 8 acres of which is Woodland and
the residue cleared and under good fence. The
improvements artN a two story LOG 10) U LE,
double Log Barn, spring House
and other outbuildings, with a
sprigg :A - Sulphur \Vete: and a ! I
running stream through the place
Also, n tract of Mountain Land situate ne9,
the big bend of the road over the mountain at
Wagoner's , 411 p, emu:titling [Wont 18 Acres
more or less, well_ t imbered. Tho Alexander
road bounds this'irect on the south.
The whole. will be sold together or seperate
ly,as will best suit the purchaser ' and upon
easy tOrMS. P W. (4.1.11 G LEY,
— Ake y for all the heirs,
WILL be sold at public sale, at 2 o'clock
.P• the HOUSE' AND LOT, , •
situated in Springville, near
Kge's Forge, South, Ntitbi eton ri • u
,twp., and now in the occupancy ..It h l it ,)„.l!4r
of John Plank. The house is a € ' 2 "‘
large Two Story Frame building nn a lot of
one acre, with a well of water, a small burn,
cabinet makers shop. and'a considerable (plan
tity of tnoet excellent fruit trees. The entire
property is to good order. Sale to be held on
the premises, wliere terms and conditions will
be made known by
sep2lts Assignee of John Plank.
3 EE 'HERE SAMB 0, what de matter wid
you dis miirnin ? you look like you hab
• k a fitness" dis mornin. 0 golly Ned- din
ifigga mono dead wid do direa. Yha,
Yha when will niggas leant sense ? don't you
see all do white gemmen and ladies go!to Alas
ea KIEFFER'S shotecary pop" and git'a
'bottle of Beecher's' Illatchl , :ms Cordial. Cures
3 ou right oft; I golly.
AT PRIVATE SALE.
011 HE subscriber offers at private sale a farm
IL situated...in North Middleton twp, Comb.
,ao, four miles east of Carlisle, and fourteen
West of Illnisburg, on the turnpike road,
CONTAINING 130 ACRES ,
of first into limestone land , cleared and andor
Cultivation. Also 30 acres of Woodland Con
venient to supply the farm with wood. The
improvements are a now two story STONE
. i ~. HOUSE, 4.1 feet front, new brick
' fit,,i: 11 . Harn,ls feet front, wagdn shed,
i.i .:' corn crib Mid other necessary
^Pf,c,. !:. •t;. outbuildings now. A well of nev.
-':""-"-"" or failing water at the door., and
an eicellent orchard of choice you'll:fruit trace.
The tarot is in overy way a desirable one, and
persons wishing to purchase would dO well to
call and Sao it. 'Forms made to suit purchasers,
sep2l6m J. E. COBLE,
DI - Lancaster Whig copy and send bill to this
'Oleo. ' .
_ VALUABLE PROBEll'illr •
AT PRIVATE ; . SALE.
enhseribar offers at private sea the
following property of Ann Diller, situated
iu Monroe township, Cumberlend...county,
mile and a half west of,Churehtown, adjoining
lands of Petal-and Joseph Diller,
CONTAINING 20 ACR ES
of limestone land in a high stata'of Cultivation,
and &Kit BIM acres in timber.— The improve,.
manta .ara a good one Wry LOG 3 ... e , ,
lIDUSE, and a young orchard of 44'4: II ~;
choice fruit. Persons wishing to 4;0
examine the property will please .114,r(r.., ... 4..,
call on the sub,criber, living at '''... ll '..:'"',
Boiling Springs. 14, J. I.,DIDICII;
aug 24 . Agt for Ann Diller...
HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE.
, On SATURDAY, the 29th or. October. -
THE subscriber will sell at Public Salo, on
at 10 ,o'clock, A• M., ,a var
bable LOT OF GROUND, aituato in South
Middleton township, about- ono 'mile west of
the Boiling Spring, on the road leading from
York and. Shipperiabtirg, kontaining, about
three fourthof •an acre of Limestone land,
and having thereon emoted a ono and a half
story Westhorboard IiOUSG, an ex; •
cellont shop, suitteAle for any mochan• . • ,
a otnblo, &I, wlth a fi rst rate wolf •• ■
of, water and a variety of choice, frith
trees. 'Terms will be made known
on, day of solo.
scp2lpil • GIDEON RUTZ.
ilcal estate Salm.
ORPHAN'S COURT SALE.
Palatable Real 'Estate
AT PRIVATE SALE.
On SATURDAY, October 2'24, 1853
ei cal o.state ,salc.s.
AT PRIVATE SALE .
frIHE subscriber, offers at-.private sale a
1 Valuable FARM, sifunted in'llamoden
roditlrinTles east 'of Mechanicsburg, adjoining
lands of. Peter Barnhart, David Ebberly, Peter
Gantz and Henry Snavely, •
CONTAINING 128 ACRES
oflimestone land, inn high state of cultivation
under good fences, a large portion of which is
locust posts and chestnut rails. The road from
Mechanicsburg to the turnpike, -bounds the
north and the road from Silver oring Church
to Lisburn bounds the oast side of said farm.
,A =t , j k . The improvements are a two eto
ry watitherboarded DWELLING
HOUSE, Wash house, with an
excellent arched, cellar, a large
Bank Barn, Wagon Shed, Corn
Cribs—Gratieries and other necssary nut build•
ins. A well of never dolling 'water in the
yard; an excellent Orchard of Apple tree., also
a variety of choice—frgit trees, such ns Peach,
Pear. &c,, 'The Farm is located within a
short distance of excellent milli] and convenient
to ellurches and schools. Persons wishing to
view the.farin will please to call on the sub
scriber living its Mechanicsburg.
JACOB COO VER.
Aug. 10, 1853.—;,3.
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
AT PRIVATE SALE.
- - - -
milt following FARM and Tract of Wood..
land, the property of Miss Martha Duncan
,of Carlisle, will be sold nt private . sale, viz:
All that certain Farm, situate in Sou.hampton
t.ownship, Cumberland county. bounded by
lande of Itebuclt's and Hunter's heirs, Francis
Fulton ' Benjamin Kimmel, Peitz and others,
CONTAINING 185 ACRES,
strict measure. This Farm, which is situated
on tho Walnut Bottom Road, within two miles
of the borough of Shippensbura, is of a firet•
rate quality of land, well cultivated and fenced,
and nearly all cleared, with editable DWEL.
LING HOUSE, BARN and out
buildings. There is a fine young ;"... 44 131 , 1 1 ),
orchard of well selected apple trees a ; : z=
on the premises together with other II:11 ,
Also a Tract of Woodland, about three quar
ters of a mile from the Farm, bounded by lands
of Adam Warner, George Clever's heirs, and
Conrad Clever, containing, about SIXTY A•
CRCS. This land is well - covered with young
Chesnut timber There is also on it a comfor•
table reliant House and Garden. Persons
wishing to examine these properties can do so
by calling on Mr George Matthews. who re•
sides3on the farM. For terms and conditions
of sale apply to WM. M. BIDDLE.
;KY - Harrisburg Telegraph ti c nd Lancaster Ex
amine: publish six weeks and send bill to this
office. nag '24 Gw
OVLPHAN'S - COURT SALL.
On SAC RD AY, the Bth day of,October.
THE following lots or pieces of land, late the
property of George Rupp,of Lower Allen twp,
Cumberland county, deceased, will be sold by
public vendue or outcry, on the premises, at 12
o'clock, 81., viz:
One piece, situate in said Lower Allen two,
hounded by Imds of Flavid Eberly; Simpson's
road, and other land of said George Rupp, dee,
CO N TAINLN G. 21- A C RZS-and-15. Porches.
strict measure. The other piece bounded by
lands of the heirs of John Rupp, dee, Simi),
son s road, and other land or said George Rupp.
dee, and CON'T'AINING 5 ACRES and 35
Perches, strict measure. ,
These,lo:s are closed and in cultivation, the
land bei ng go id limestone land.
The conditions of oak will be made known
on day of sale... JOHN SHOPP,
aug2l6t miner of GEO. RUPP.
Orphan's Court Sale,
On THURS DAY the 13th of Oct,ber,•lBs3.
IN pursuance of an 6rder of the Orphan's
Court of Cumberland county, will be sold at
public sale, the following property, late the es
tate of John Brutenswell, of Silver Spring twp,
iii said county, dect ased,
A valuable FARM situate in said township.
on the Trindle Spring Road, about IWO
west of Mechanicsburg, ,
COM'AINING 114 ACRP,S,
and Bfi porches, adjoining lands of Jacob Kost;
lleory Spera, c;co. Cower and' others, allot
which is cleared but about ten acres which is
in good timber. The land is of the best quality
Of limestone land, and under good fences.
The improvetnents consist of a •
twoatuty DWELLING HOUSE , jt k
Stone Bank Barn, Wagon Shed, If : I.:
and other necessary ottrouilang,s. ;y. hit -i .
There is a never failing well of --
water near the !lease. Also a fine young or—
chard with a choice assortment of fruit Antes.
Persons _wishing to examine the place will call
on John Brownawell, residing on the place.
TERMS—Ton pet cent of the purchase mo.
ney to be paid when the property is sold—the
interest of the one third, less the expense of
sale, to be paid, to the widow annually—the
principal at he: de , th to the heirs of John
Brownawell, half the.remainder less the ten pr ct
to be paid on she hat day of April 1551, when the
deed and possession will be given, and the bal.
once to be paid in iced equal annual payments,
. vith.interest, properly secured. Sale to take
place at 12 o'clock,M., when attendance will be
given by the undersigned Heirs of age, and
guardians of minor heirs of John Brownawell,
deed. CHRISTIAN 'FITZ EL„
. .. Goat dians of Minor Heirs..
\VAL BROW NA W ELL,
. .S.A.MIL BROWNAWELL,
ang4 1 ts -. Heirs of Age."'
*.•Lancastor Ind. Whig, copy till sale and
send'bill to this office.
VALUABLE BEAL ESTATE
AP • PUBLIC SALE
113 Y virtue of as order of sale, in action of
#ll partitfon to toe directed, I will expose to
public sale: on the premises, on THURSDAY
the 1301 of October next, at 10 o'clock, A. Al:
the following real estate, late tho proporty of
Joseph. Irwin, dee'd•
11 TRACT OF LAND.
situated in Newton township, Cumberland co.,
bounded by lands of Sidles Woodburn. Ilenry
Miller, NVm. Gracey and others, containing
114 acres 31 perches neat measure,'about 80
acres of which is in good iiibber. The improve
ments are- a double two story
STONE HOUSE, Bank Barn,
80 feet ty 40 ft, a double Wagon
Shed corn crib, carriage house, :'riit t
sheep pen and all other necessary 4 -'"'" 44 --"'"'
outbuildings. 'There is also 'a nover•failing
stream of water at the door, a large orchard of
young thriving apple trees, and n great variety
of other fruit. The soil is limestone of a first.
rate qua ity, and the fenceio in the best order,
and nearly all post and rail. This property is
situated about 4 Miles from the C.N. It. It., 1
toile west of Stoughstown, six tn , les east of
Shippensburg, and 13 west of Carlisle.
TEasts OF SA r.g.—One third of the ouches,:
money to remain in' Vie land during the life
time of the widow, interest. of which to be paid
annually; olio half the residue to ho paid on the
let of -April 1854, when possession will ,be
given, and the balance in three tumult' pay
ments thereafter without interest, to be secured
by a lion on the land.
sep?,Its SEPII MeDA4I.B4ONI),
Distilling and Flouring Mill
FOR . SALE OR RENT.
Tsubscribers offer as above their cella)
lishment recently built and located on the
'York tornpike road, fourteen miles lion the
city of Baltimore and within one mile of the
Baltimore and 'Susquehanna IL Rim Cockeye
'Ville. This is one of • the most eligible 'sues
near Baltimore, with fourteen feet fall on the
Western Run, tributary alba great Gunpow•
der Dells-1 wrotm r mrirkable for its steady
and uniform flow of water, seasons el the sons.
rest draught having hut .little effect upon it.,
qr they will sell upon low terms the Distil.
Tory fixtures, consisting of steam boiler, stills,
.worm, pipes and fermenting
rubs all arranged. in the beet manner foe an
operatio tof 100 to 200 bushels IM day. Or a
practical Distiller cir,Miller would be taken in
to eo-partnership to work the concern. Fora
particular description they War to CM. VVm.
M. Benderson,Carliele, who is acquainted with
the property, or address tho undersigned at
Cockeysville Baltimore county, Md. '
50n2,1 mptl' LOVE, & WEBSTER.'
THE subs , oribbr offers at prtrate sale n lot of
around, situate•in Churchtown, having
Cumb. en., 3 . 2
i n te by 6 . 00 feet deep, thereon
erected a double two story FRAME 1/WIl.11.•
LING HOPSII,9O feet in front by 21
Aim deep, with eight rooms' and'tWo hitch
6 I ens. The house Is newly built and well
' Also a. lot ndjoinitig the above, on which is
erected n two story Frame House, 20 ft square.'
now used Its t Cabinet Maker's Shop. butt can
Ito easily oonvertoa int.°. a, dwelling house. It
is a good stand lor.thanbove or any other bus , :
Mose. For terms, !'which wilt be made envy,
enquire of the auhsariber in Carlialo.
aug3ltf • JAMES IL WEAVER,
fegaLan4 Otl)er Noticeo.
A Lt PERSONS indebtetron the books of
lA. Charles Oglibi are lieeby notified to call
at the etoro, and pay their accounts, as longer
indulgence cannot be given. sep2l
XTOTICE is hereby given to all persons in-
IA wrested, that the Pamphlet Laws of the
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, passed at
the secs on of the Legislature ot 1853, have b.ren
received at this office, and avo ready for distri-,
Prothy's, Office. Carlisloq .GEC). z P INN.,
Sep. 117, 1853.
901.1E1 school Directors of Soutic Middleton
township wish to employ SEVEN TEA
CHERS for the schools of said township.—
Tfiey-will meet to examine applicants on SAT
URDAY. the Ist of October, at 1 o'clock, P.
M., at Mc Court House in Carlisle. •
atate of C. Emminger, dec'd,
IVOTICg is hereby given that letters of ad
ministration on the estate of Christiana
Emminger, Into of Silver Spring top., Cumb.
county, deceased, have been granted .to the
subscriber,' residing in the same township, All
persons knowing themselves indebted •to said
estate era-required to make immediate pay
ment, and those having claims to present them
to - JACOB MUMMA.
0 . AM U EL N. RIVEN of l'apertown by deed'
i of voluntary assignment, for the benefit of
creditors, has transferred to the undersigned all
his property real and personal. The under
signed Assignees hereby give .notice to those
having claims against said assignor to present
thetti for settlement, and thieve indebted to
make inttnediate payment to either of them,
the first residing near Carlisle, and the other
near Churchtown Monroe township, Cutnb.
co. JACOB RITN ER, .
Notice to the Creditors of Andres& Herr, deed
The undersigned appointed auditor fly the
Orphan's Coitrt of Cumberland county to mar.
shall and distribute the assetts in the hands
of Robert McCartney. administrator. of And•
row Herr, doc'd, among the creditors of said
deoedent, will attend to the duties of his said
appointment, at 'his office in Carlisle, on
Thursday the 15th day of October next, at 10
o'cloc't ' A. M. J. S. COLWELL,
sep2l • Anditor. '
A LL persons indebtod to the subscriber nro
il.hereby notified to dome forward and set
tle off their accounts. as no longer indulgence
can be given, and if nut Settled befOre the Ist
day of October, 1853,- they will be placed in
the hands of n Justice for collection.
aug3l. JAMES GALLAIIE.I, Agent.
Estate of Mrs. Ann Low, deceased.
oticE is"-hereby hereby given-fliat letters-or
IN administration on the estate of Mrs. Ann.
Low, dec'd. late of Upper Allen Township,
have been issued to the subscriber residing in
the same township, to whom all persons in
debted will make payment, and those having
claims will present them properly authentica;
tod for settlement.
Aug3l6t. GEO. CHAPMAN,:Admr.
Estate of Philip Lantz, dec'd.
LL persons aro hereby notified that Letters
of Administration on the estate of Philip
Lon tz, lato,of East,Pennsboro township, Cum
bOland county, &ceased; have been issued-by
Up' Register in and for ssid county, to the sub•
scriber, residing in did" panic township. All
persons having claims against said estate are
requested to present them for settlement, and
those indebted will make immediate payment
scp7 6t pd
Estate of Joseph Witmer, dec'd:
%ToTi.cm is hereby given that Letters of Ad •
I. ministration on the estate of Joseph Wit•
roar, late of North Middleton township. Cum:
berland county, doc'd, have been duly granted
by that Register of said county. to Jacob Wit.
met, of southampton township, and Ah'raham
Witmer, of North Middleton township, in said
county. All persons knowing themselves in.
dintod to said estate are required to make im
mediate payment and those having claims to
present them to JACOB NVITMER,
AB R. Al WITHER.
Estate of Philip Long, Sr., decd.Tv E is Iteredy given that Letters Tes
tamentary on the estate of Philip Long.
sr., late of Mechanicsburg, Cutab. county, dee,
have been granted to the subscriber, residing
in the same place. An persons knowing them
selves in le'ned to said estate are requested to
mike intawiato payment, and those having
- ciaiint - to - presant theni for seitle - mrtit to
PHILIP 11. LONG,
is hereby given that application
111 will be made to the next Legislature,
agreeably to the constitution and laws of this
Commonwealth, for an alteration in the charter
of, tlic Carlisle Deposite Bank, so as to confer
upon said 13ank the rights and privileges of is
Link of issue, nod to change the name to that
of the Carlisle Bask."
By order of tho Board of Directors.
W. M. BEETEM,
June 29, 1853—Vm
THE undersigned having been the agent o
the Keystone Life Insurance Company,
of Harrisburg, l'a., continues to act in that ca
pacity, by authority of said Company. NV
would respectfully inform the community that
he will nttond to such persons as may signify
their desire to insure their lives, and thus give
sense protection to their bereaved familit s and
friends, in case of death. - Office in West Pom
fret 'Street, Carlisle.
Alav2s tf J. WORTHINGTON.
Estate of Fredlr Garret, dec'd.
, rreE is hereby given that Letters clad
ministration on the estate of Fred. Gar
ret, late of Monroe township, Cumberland co.,
diewised, have boon granted by the Register of
8 1 1,1 county, to the eubsebers, the first residing
in Silver Spring township, and the latter in
Monroe. All persons indebted to Said estate
are requested to make immediate payment, and
those having claims will present them for set..
tlement to .
mtg . :2lphi 9t
mikToTtcn is hereby given that the CUM.,
' BERLAND VALLEY SAVINGS IN
' S TITUTIO N. located in Dickinson townaltip;
Cumberland eounty,owill, make application to
, the next ,Legislature of the-Conunonwealth of
Pennsylvania Tor an act of Incorporation, with
a capital or not lest than Ten nor more than
'Thirty Thousand Dollars, for the purpose of
_receiving deposits of money both transitory and
on Interest, and of making loans and discounts,
with such other (privileges as are usually gran
ted to Savings Institutions. lly order of ,the
Directors.. NV NI: G,ALI3REATII, Tress.
_ D. L. BEELIITAN; Sec'y rja22,13m,l
IVIIEREAS the honorable J. H. GRA
HAM, President Judgo of the - several
Courts Of Common Pleas of tho counties of
Cumboriand, Perry ond Juniata,in Pennsylva
nia, and Justice of Elio several Courts 'of Oyer
and Torminor and- General Jail Deliveryin
said counties. and lion. John Rupp and Sam
nol Woodburn, Judgosof the Court of Oyer and
Terminer and General Jail Delivory fur the
trial of all capital and other offenders, in the
said.county ofCuinborland,by their precepts to
mo directed, dated tho 22d of AUgust, 1853,
have ordered the Court of Oyer and Terminer
and Genera IJoilDelivery, to be holden at Cer.
lisle, un,the 2ct MONDAY of November 1853,
(being tho,l4th day) at 10 o'clock in the fore
noon, to Continuo two weeks.
NOTICE is therefore hereby given, to 11,13
Coroner. Siistieos rho' Pence and Constables
orthe said County of Cumhorlind: t h at they
are by the said precept eoinmunded to be then
end 'there in Weir, proper parsons, with their
tolls, records, Inquisitions, examinations and
ell other, remembrances, tO do, those things
`which to the;r cares appertain" to lot done, and
t ill those that t ire !trend by reeognizaneos, to
prosecute against the prisoners thatsure.er then
shalt ho in the MI of sold eouttly,:ore to bo
Moro tu preseouto thorn os shall ho just. n
JOSEPH McDARNIOND; Sheriff:
SLlEntFee .Ormas, Oa dish+, #
Sep. 28, 1853.