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Drug Store at Public Sale.
VHF. U t..;r .STO lit on the tcorner et Pitt
1 and %Vint' Main ' street'. with fixtures,
will beoffered at public axle, on Saturday, the
31si e t. Dpeember,. without reserve. Sale to
commence at 1 o'click, P. M., whcri terms
.will-be-made known-by ,
, AV TICE
N°Tic F; is hereby given thatan election for
THIRTEEN DIRECTORS of the Cold
berlund Valley Saving Institution will he held
at the olliee of iho Institution, agreeably to the
constitution and' by laws, on Saturday the 31st
of December, 1853
D. L. BtEI.SIAN >
dec3l - Secrocary
ELEGANI I GIFT BOOKS ! !!
113ERSONS wishing to purchase CHRIST
MAS PRESENTS, such as
Gift Books. ,
• Standard %Yolks,
• Part Manatee, Port Folios, Fancy Stationery
and Fancy Articles generally, will find a fine
assortinent at the Cheaplßook Store Of ,
A. M. PIPER.
NEW GOODS !' NEW GOODS !!
JUST Received an assortment of fi rst quali•y
Gam Shoes, also a an assortment of Wil
lis' Ladies' winter Boots and Shoes. Also a
full assortment of Men's and Boy's water proof
and fine call skin
BOOTS AND SBOES.
Also an assortment of elegant bar'd and li,•'d
DEIiAINKS• AND CASIDIERS, •
of the newest styles.. A lot of tan col'd French
end Paramettas, and other fashionable colours.
Alan an aisortment of elegant needle worked
Collars, Chemizetts, Under,:leaves and Cuffs
CARPE l'S ! CARPETS ! !
Some, prime Carpets still on hand. Intending
to relin-plish this branch of my business I will
sell oil the stock uncommonly low.
- .Carlisle Dec 21, 1853.
JUST REGEIV ED,
• vrrLIE, subscriber has jest opened another lot
of Woollen Plaid Cashmeres, Plaid Mous
de Lainei, Paramettas and other Dress, Goods.
FURS. FURS—Another Invoice of Victori
nes, Muitees, Woolen Corno'rts, Baarlst'&e —
Alao atitithee.let-of Lined Buckskin Gloves,
13.t.k.Mitts, with gloves and hosiery of every
POI N LTD - VELVET RIBBONS, &c-
SOSt opened an assortment of Pointed Velvet
Ribbons with a fresh assortment of Dress:Ft-lin.
mina, buttons, &c.
BEAVER CLOTHS—On hand a large as
sortment of Beaver Clo'hs for Overcoats, Su
per. Broad Cloths, Cassimers,:Satinets, Velvet
Cords, &c, and foi sale by . _
ciEoRuF, W. lUTN!R
Carlisle, Dec 21, 1853.
Fancy Goods, Gift Books, &c„ Rie„ &c.
W. li IVERSTICIC has just received
from the cityand i 8 now openings spier:-
dad display of FANCY GOODS, suitalbe for
the approaching Ilolyday Season, to whibli he
desires to cell Md . attention of his friendS and
the public His assortment in this linecannot
be surpassed in novelty and elegance, and
both in quality and price of the articles, can
not fail-to please purchasers. It would be im
possible to enumerate his ,
HOLIDAY FANCY GOODS,
which compritie every variety of fancy article
o limo most novel styles and „exquisite shape
such as ,
Pap ter Mache Goods,_
Elegant alabaster and porcelain ink-stands
Fancy ivory, pearl and shell card casph, ,
Ladies' Fauey Baskets,
Fancy Work Oases, with sewing instrunete.
Pprt Monnaies, of every varioty,3
Gold .pens and pencils,
Papeterios, with a largo variety of : k iddies
Motto seals and wafers,
Silk and bead' purses, •
Ladies'isd.:ng whips, - hlegantly finished,
Ladies' firib cutlery,
Perfume baskets and bags,B
Brushes of every kind for the toilet,
Roussel's perfumes of the various kinds,
Musical instruments, of all kinds and at all
prices, together with an innumerable variety of
urtieles elegantly finished and suitable for ho
lyday presents, to which ho invites special at
ALSO, an extensive and elegant collection of
KOLIDAY GIFT BOOKS,
comprising the various Engßah and American
A NNUA.LS for 185 i, richly embellished and
illustrated POETICA L NV 0 RIC S, with
CHILDREN'S PICTORIAL B 0 0 KS,
for children of all ages, than which nothing
can be more appropriate or
. leasing as holiday
gifts. His assortment of School Books and
School Stationery is also complete, and com
prises every thing used in College and the
Schools. lie also desires to call the particular
attention of Families. to his elegant display of
LAMPS, GIRANDOLES, &c.
from the extensive establishments of Cornelius.
Archer and others of Philadelphia, - eomprising
every style of Parlor, Chamber and Study
Lamps, ferburning either lard, sperm or ethe
real oil, together with - Flower Vases, Fancy
Screens:lw. flisussortment in thisline Is un
equalled m the borough. Also,
FRUITS. 'FANCY CONFEICTIOARY'—'
N U 'l'S P RESERVE!) FRUITS, &c., •
in every Variety and at all prices, all of which
are pure and fresh, such as can be confidently
recommended to his friends tiond the little folks.
Ills stock embraces everything in the line of
Fancy Goods, with many other articles useful
to homolteepers,which tho public are especially
invited to call and see during tho holidays.—
BeMember the Ora Stand,• nearly opposite the
Bank on North Hanover street.
ilech. 1853. S W. H I,VERSTICK.
_ HO' FOR THL HOLIDAYS.
liliF4S ICING LE'S OLD HALL la' now
and will continue to be supplied with the
greatest novelties up to the close of the season,
comprising in part
of tho choicest varieties, such as Fine Cand
Toys, Jolly Cakes, Bon .Bons, Gum Cordial
Lemon, Chocolate and Fruit Drops, Rose
Vanilla and Burnt Almonds, Frenohhand ca
ploding Secrets. Also all the 'common vatic.
ties, all of which will ho sold teholesals au
retail at low" roes We have just reccivod---
FRUITS AND NUTS
of the latest importations such as Oranges,
lonians. Raisins, Figaartions, Citron, Cur—
rants, auft and paper shellediAlmonds, Fil
berts, Cocoa, - Cream and 'Ground Nuts. In'
connection with the above the largest assort
TOYS AND FANCY GOODS
of ev.)ry kind from all parts of Europe, man
ufacteirod of wood, glass, ”hina, papier macho,
tin and India rubber, zinc, &c.,' such as -Fide
W.tx,' kid and jointed Dolls, Sewing and Card.
BSskots, Work and Fancy Boxes, Flower
VUROS, Motto Cans, Tea Setts. Music Boxes,
Pore Monaies, Battle Doors, Grace Hoops,:
Masks, Drums, Gods, Trumpets, Doniinoes,
lotto and other games, &c. Fancy- Soaps ana.
,Hair Oils of every variety: . In connection,
with the abovcra large stock of
• FAMILY GROCERIES,
each as pulveriied, crushed and brown :Su.
gars, of every gr tdo. Coffee, Molasses, Starch,
Green and Black Teas, Spices, Butter, soda,
Sugar, Water and °Mir. Crackers, cheese, & c .
to a gen trols public fOr the patronage hereto•
fore bestowed on him, and hopes, by a desire
to please, to merit a. coatinuance of the same.
Carlisle, December 7, 103. .
Christmas Goods-- AT WuncuLa.;
Dollars will nod it to their advargitgeto call.
. German Goods—toys.dells: firnms t hellbent
(3 (utei•••.All the new game, building blocks,
ii've, fools, dominoes, &e. •
ilery (Mem iferMew . atyle'oretri roid.tred and
other .Faney Berke's, CliiHran'e Beekete
French (goods—Pener, weights of the
lateit steles, Orysial Paine°, &e, Al.
slimmer Gooch—New Styles, a largoeSsortmenh,
Pearl 'Goads, Pin cushinns,Nawl meentres,
Tend ;other notions. Together with _French
oys and Pitney . Artteles, (Weshillitea in the
„Louden tind 'lsreyv yok Wqrld . eith Wane.' Iti
traci, our assortment it,Wonti be imposaiblo.to
ROBERT' , kWIFT;' • "
,•Impprtay Marfuramut*,'3l2 Market Sr„,
wo Ninth Philatleptita: ',•. ' 'tclactuto
• . ~Sheriffls Safes. •
virtue of sundry . writs of Venditioni Ex
' Pohas issued out of the, Court of Common
- Pteas of Cumberland county, and to me direc
ted, I will expose by public scintilla or outcry,
at the Court House tit the borough of Carlisle,
on TI! UKS DAY, the sth day of anuary, 1054.
-at 10- o'cluck,-A.-14.-the-following , .described_
.!teal Estate, viz; .
A Lot of Ground' situate in the hor
-ougli of Shippensburg, port of a lot No. 50 in the
general plan of said borough, bounded 'on
north by King street. on the east by a lot of J.
'Gish, ou the south by un alley and on the west
by 'a lot of the heirs of Wm. Russel. dee'd con
taiding/41 loot in trout and 157 feet in depth,
more or less, having thereon mooted a two sto
ry Brick House, brick back buildings, 'stable,
wash house and other out houses, &c.—Also,
Lot of Ground in the borough of Shipponsburg,
bounded on the north by Prangs street, on the
east by the Lutheran Church, on the south . by
a 10c .. - t_if.felin Carey's heirs anti on the west by
containing ono-Mali acre more or loss.
. A an allay, ila
Lot of• Ground in Shippenaburg town
ship, bounded on the west by the Cumb.
ley It. R. on the north by George Flouting, on
the east by an alley and on the, south by a lot
of David Waggoner's heirs. containing 59 feet
in trout and 16U feet in depth more or less, hav
ing thereon erected a brick and frame building'
used as a foundry, with steam engine,
Also a Lot of Ground in Shippensburg town•
ship. bounded on the north by a lot of Solomon
Thrush, on the south by other lot of A F Wolf,
on the east by a lot of Adam Classier and on the
west by a public road, containing one acre more
or hiss.—Also a lot of ground in Shippensburg
twp, bounded on the north by . Adam Classier;
on tho south by George Batts, on the east by
Philip Kuntz, on the west by a public road and
containing 4 acres more or lees.—Also a lot of
ground in Shippensburg twp, bounded on the
north by George Butts, on the south by other
lot of A F Wolf, on the east by lot of Philip
Kunizrand on the west by a public road, con•
mining 4 acres more or less.—Also a lot of
ground in Shippensburg twp, bounded on the
north by other lot of A F Wolf, on,the south by
lot of Simpson's heirs, on the east by lot of P,
Kuntz and on the west by public road, contain
ing 4 acres more or lois. Seized and taken in
execution as the property of Anthony F. Wolf.
Also n Lot of Ground, situate in the
borough of Carlisle, containing 60 feet in front
and NO feet in depth more or lees, bounded on
Inc north by Samuel Elliott, on the east by
Dnnbar's heirs, on the west by. Henry Burk
holder and on the south , by Mulberry al ey,
having thereon. erected a two story Weather
boarded House, a two story shop, stable an
other outbuildings. Seized and taken in execu
tion as the property of Patrick Culp.
Also a Lot of Ground, situate in the
borough of Carlisle, containing 140 feet in front
and 140 feet in dent)) more or less, bounded on
the east byjot of Jacoa Zug. op the south by a
lot of,Wm. Breese, on the north by rtlain street
• and on the west by East street, having thereon
erected a two story Stone House, hack bUilditig
log stable, frame tenpin alley, log blacksmith
shop, Cee. Seized. and taken in execution as
the property of Robert S. Alcorn.
Matt a Lot of Ground, situate in North
Middleton township, containing 40 feet in front
and 1.10 feet in depth more or leas. having
thereon erected a two story Frame Stable and
and slaughter house, bounded on the north by
lands of Michael Mi ller, and 03 the east by
Miller, on the south y an alley and on the
west by a public rood. Seized and taken in
execution as the property of Eli Bear, and all
to be sold by me.
JOSEPH MeDARMON d , &miff.
- Slie - rifri Office, Carlisle,?
December 14, 1859.
To the Honorabie the Judges of the 'Court of
General Quarter Sessions of the Peace of
Cumberland county, at January Sessions,
A. D. 1854.
THE Petition of Alatthew Mcore respectfully
'iebresenta that your petitioner is provided with
the necessary requisites fbr keeping a house of
public entertainment, in the house he now oc
cupies, in South. Middleton township: Your
petitioner therefore'prays your Honors to grant
him a license for the 514310 ensuing year, com
mencing on the 2d Monday of January next,as
in duty bound he will ever pray, &c. -
MAT PILE W . MOORE
WE, the undersigned citzens of the township
of South Middleton, in the county of Cumber.
land, do certify that we are well acquainted with
the above named Matthew Moore, that ho is of
good repute for honesty and temperance, and is
well provided with house room conveniences
for the accommodation, of strangers and; travel
lera. and that such Inn or Tavern is necessary
to accommodate the public and entertain stran
gers and travellers.
Abraham Bradley John Shupp, Sam'l Smith,
T B Craighead,. E F Haskell, Nathaniel Brou
e:er,J M Bortwmr, George Wallin, P Shieslo
John Plonk Alfred Moore, W S
NOTICE is hereby given that I intend ap
plying at the ensuing term of the Cd.urt of
Quarter Sessions of Comb. Ce., for License to
keep a public house in' the stand now occupied
by him as such, in the township ot Upper Al
len, in said county, being an' ld
WE the undersigned citizens of :Tipper Al
len township, i I the county of Cumberland, do
certify that we are well acquainted with the
above named Caleb Underwood, and that he is
of good repute for honesty and temperance. and
is well provided with house room and conveni.
enees for the lodging and ervertainment of Ira-.
yellers and strangers, and do' therefore recom
mend him to your-Honors as well deserving of
a license, and further say, that a tavern at this
stand is an accommoda•ion ,ro the public.
Mi4hael Cochlin, D IC Noall, J B U hrich,
A Mcllhenny, Charles Dingman, George Beet.
man, Sam'l Smaller, John II Gbtoweiler, James
McClure, Allen Floyd, Wm M Echols, John
Moctie. T L Ca.heart, Wm Mechling.
NOTICE is hereby 'given that' I intend ap•
plying at the ensuing term of the Court of
Quarter Sessions, ot Cumb. Co. '
for License to
keep a public house in the stand now occupied
by him, in Newton township. said county; being.
an old stand. , HENRY HURSU.
W E,the undersigned *citizens of the township
of Newton, in the .county of Cumberland, do
certify that ..ttie aro well acquainted whit the
above named Usury Hursh, that he is of good
repute for honesty and temperanca, and is well
provided - with house room and conveniences for
accommodation of strange 11 6 and travellers,
and that sub Inn or Tavern is necessary to ac.
oommodate the public and entertain travellers
Joseph Diehl, Daniel Kendig, Henry Ken
dig, Daniel Barrick, %V Y B vd, .1 II Spriggs,
Saud. Waggtner, Isaac Waggoner, Joe, Wag
gone, Samuel Baker. David Baker, Wm Leh
man. Jacob Miller John Wealcline
TUBULAR OVEN' HOT AIR RANGE
Various Sizes, to suit Families, fdoarding
. nooses and hotels.
-T"PS.Olin want.of a superior_Oooking Ap
paratus are invited to call at out Ware
house and examine this flange. For durability
econoiny and simplicity in operation it stands
unrivaled. It has a perfect hot:air ventilation
—and !nears baked in this oven will retain their
juice and flavor equal to that roasted before on
open fire. Meats and pastry cooked at the
tame time without one affecting the other. It
'Will supply sufficient heated air to heat add:-
tional rooms for the coldest weather. It has
no descending or return flues, dad is equally
Well adapted to b,tuminous or common hard
coal. - The steam valve oier the boiling part of
the flange carries off .the steam and scent of
xpking, as well 'as heat in summer.
Beery !tango sold warranted to give satisfac
tion, or no expense to the purchaser. t e - •°
HAVES' VENTILATOR,, .
Patented Octobor, 1848,
For Public Halls, Factories,' Raitroad'ears,
Chemntes, Flues,-Slups, Steamers, (5.c
Pure nir is a subject claiming. the attention
of every intiivirlual, end all buildings sheuld lie
,provided with the proper mane of ventilation.
Alen. a powerful
- Warming - thid — V6ritilathlg - Farnit ce,
For Dwellings, &Mot Houses, Churches, Halls,
?Stores, Factories, 15'e.
• A large nssoritnent•of Off The, Hall and Cook.
ing Stoves, ,Parlor Grates, Registers; St.e.—
Wholeeale find Retail: •
RAND & HAYES,
• , • • 82.Nortit Sixth street, plata .„
irrPerzonal attention , given,to warming' nn
evntilitting both publiovind privatelbuilchngs.
Importors'and fqnnufactnrers of evoiy kind of
SG Arnh street' (below Third et) .PhiladelPhia,
• and at Int Water etroc•,. Now York.
aour Goods have sill been selected in En
fano by one of the firmVand manufactured
ity °alewives in the most elegant and fashiona
ble manner, we can offer thorn nt a prine(takind
their superior quality into consfderation)'.that
will defywompotion. • - ,
Bilyer Medals awartled foraPperiority by the
insiitutol pf ,Plapiyivanin and blarylithd., • .•
' Xew. Xew Goods.:,
the subscri er has just received a large and
vial selected lot of Winter Cootie at his• Store
in the corner of Centre Square. AJine"lot of
oat opened, and for sale at the lowest •gure.•
DRESS - BUTTONS;
A Tory large' and full assortment of Ladies'
Dress Buttons, •embracing"a new styles
A great variety of Vortmonnaes, ;of the latest
patterns. . •
just opened a lone Ladies'. Work Boxes tied"
Cents Shaving Cases, suitable for Christmas.
Just opened a few Lots of Furs, with n large.
lot of Woollen Corrilials, and'all for sale by
GEO. W MTN Ell.
Carlisle, N0v . 31, 1853,
First Arrival 'of Fall Dry Goods,
At the New and Cheap Store.
Wei s e Campbel l
WO U L D ;espectfully announce 4til_eir
friends and the public that they haVe
just received Irons New York and Philadelphia
a large and handsome assortment of
FALL AND WI.4TER GOODS,
consisting of the latest styles of Diess Goods,
Ifrencli plaids, cashmeres, mous de lames,
all wool, mons do beges, Persian cloth,
plaid, brocade nhd black silks, al
pacas, and Mourning. Goods.
Blenched and unbleached muslin, checks,
Gingliarns, tickings, wht and erd Canton
Flannels, table linemtable cloths,Napkins
Damask .towels, wool flimnels, &c., &e.'
LACES AND EMBROIDERIES
cambric and swiss rufflnig, edgine and insert
ing, lisle mechlin and flat-amine laces, collars,
underslereves. spencers, rufis &r.
HOSIERY AND aLOVES
Silk, caslimt.re and Saxony hose, merino half
hose, white and black silk hose, black, white
and mixed cotton hose. ladies and gents silk,
kid, fleecy lined silk and cotton gloves .
--- "OTIIS AND CASSIMERES
A large assortment of cloths, CaSbillnlTS, anti
nets, Lentucky jeans, merino, setts, and black
BOOTS AND SHOES
A large assortment of. ladies and gentlemen.
shoes, slitipors and boots, childrens shoes, from
the best manufacturers.
Rio and Java Calicos, New Orison , Cuba and
refined sugars, Lovering's, Syrup Molasses.
Cuba do., mind Spices of altkinds.
Their goods have all been selected with great
care from the best New York and Philadelphia
!Muses, and cannot fah to suit purchasers both
in quality. and price.
THE subscriber wishes to draw the atten
tion of the public to their own interests,
which they may consult to good advantage by
examining the elegant and complete assort
ment of Hardware of every description, which
he is now receiving at his old stand on North
TO CO ACIEVI AKERS. °
We have a large supply of springs, huhs,
bands, laces, curtains, and floor oil cloths and
drab cloths, of different qualities, in fact every
thing in-your line,
We offer bomplete setts of vent , ers, knobs and
mouldings of walnut and mahogany, to sui
both the taste and the purse,
t esplehdid assorment of tools in your line
as also a compleie stock of building materials,
such as locks, hinges, acres a, latches, glass,
paints; oils, varnishes, turpentine. &e. and va
rious carpenters_tords cheaper than ever, as
has been acknowledged by a carpenter who
has seen them. ' • '
cannot go wrong in giving its a call - for a sup
ply opsharriincredirollet - Mit and other iron
generally used, as also cast, shear American
and English blister steel, &a. Arc.
OUR FARMER FRIENDS
will also consult their interests by looking at
our cheap shovels, forks, trace t chains, hamee,
and every other article from a .cradhi to •a
plough,to suit themin price and quhlitv.
THE PUBLIC GENERALLY
are also invited to examine the quantity and
quality now on hand of cedar ware, - tubs,
churns, buckets, oils, such as fish, sperm and
flaxseed oils, which will be sold at the lowest
cash prices. I would also call attention to my
splendid assortment of WALL PAPERS,
presenting a numberless variety of Patterns at
prices trore 6 els. upwards. Remember there
is no mistake here, ns, all articles will be sole'
at the lowest cash prices at the old and well
known stand rn North Hanover street. East
nice, betwece Hotel and Kell
er's flat Store. JACOB SE:4ER.
Prepare for Winter!
PARLOR AND COOKING STITEB.
rp H E subscriber at his old stand on North
! 1 Hanover Street, Carlisle, the sign of the
"Mammoth Red offee Pom,3' desires to call
the attention of the public to his large assort.
Mont of STO V E S. of the newest and utmost
fashionable styles, mom the best manufacturies
in the country, and at all prices Irom $3 to $l5
PARLOWAND CHAMBER STOVES
are the Mirror Stove, the Arctic, Revere, Star,
Persian, Union and /Etna Air Tight, together
with other pattern which he has of all sizes lor
Parlors or Chambers, and calculated for burn
ing either wood or coal. Also the Etna, Globe,
Astor, Albany, Flat-top and Bandbox or Poor
Man's, with other
comprising the latest improvements in kitchen
stoves, and intended for either wood or coal.—
Also the Dining Room Cooking Stove--n now
and elegant article, to which he invites the par
-ticUlar attention of families. His cooking stoves
range in price from $lO to S 5; with all the fix
tures' complete. Also Nino Plate Stoves of
various patterns an at all prices. Also
ENAMELLED AND TINNED WARE
for Cooking Stoves, Braes Kettles ) &c. Also,
every article in the lino of 'Fin and. Copper
Ware. 'flu, public a r ectiully invited to
calras he IS confident with his large stock, va
riety and cheapness, of being able to.give,entire
satisfaction to every purchaser. -Call and see.
Octob r 19, 1353-3 m
I'. N. IXOSENSTEIEL;
- - -
n ri P li ai S n E te'r, B l l rM's F jo n r c m y er a l; d llaPp r r n ' a s al l ITo l
next door to Trout's Hat Store. He will at•
tend promptly to all the above descriptions of
painting, at reasonable prices. 'l'ho various
Trinds.of graining attended to, such as mahog
walnut, &c., in 'the improved styles.
Carlisle, July 14, 1852—iy.
A full 'intendment of Lined Buck Gloves, also
BuckMittans. and other GloVas just received
byla G. W. lIITNEE ,sr, ""
• a ••EISIVIAN 'WANTED.
AYDUNG, MAN who is thoroughly ne
quaninted wi;h the Dry Goods business,
wanted immediately by
nov3l], G. W. HITNER,
The subscriber will pay Cash _for STRAW
of any kind delivered at Middlesex. Farmers
will find it to their interest to sell their straw
and purchase other manures. " ,
A very hnndeome lot of Plaid Cashmere just
received at the new and cheap Fiero of
-' WEISE & CAMPBELL.
.1000 TONS Linieburner's Coal of the beat
'utility:just Yeeoivbig - andibt eariby
014 E, jr. Only .2,40 per ton.
Carlisle, March 15, 1853. , "
200 b,b15,1,n Whole rind Half barrels, lime
reecovung and for mile by
Corner of llanover and Lowlier ate., Car lisle,
rinflE undoreigned has always on hand it large•
L stock of superior Cabinet Ware. in,all the
different styles, which he to orepareff to sell at
the lowest prices. Ifo inviter attention partie ,
ularly to the Patent .Spring. Ilcdstead, n
most useful article, which entirely obviates all
objections. Tho bottom ban be attached to old
Bedsteads. They have given antis no
in to all who have them in atm.'
WrBOFFINS made to order at thcraliorteet,
•• JACOB EEtT.EIL. ,
• , Cailfolo Jan'y. 22; 185 • , '
Lined Buck Gloves.
STRAW ' WANTED
THE:WONDER OF THE AGE,
. For 'die Cure of Sallelleum, Chilblains. Com
'mon Sarni, Cluipped or Crocked Honda, Burns
or SMilds,,Cuts o Wounds,
of the Menet, bites of insects; Sord Lips,
plei on the %Puce, and Breaking Out nail Sores
on - t; - t . ;'nt ot
ul - all - disennes the Skin.
This Ointment will cure the Saltrlienm and
Burns, or Chapped hands. (Mickey 'and outer
than any other medicines of the kind, before the
To substantiate the shove, f can give hundreds
of certificates, but I consider it no use, as (any
person. can do the same, it they have friends, for
even a • worthless article) I r, ly 4oleh on the
*merits of the Ointment for.the public patronage.
N. 11.—A single bon 'of this Ointment will
keep any Illackeniith's, Farmer's, Sailor's, as'
Mechanic's hands, let them chap or crack 'ever
so bail, sound and in - good working order all
winter' Prepared Mid sold by
MONROE 'TERREL, - .
Sold also by the principal Druggists, and
Country Nierehants. Frice 'a cents per boy.
Nov., 16. 18.58-1 y • • •
CARTER'S SPANISH' MIXT RE.
THE GREAT PURIFIER OF THE BLOOD.
Not a Piirticlo of Mercury in it
inL.llible remedy for Scrofula, E ing's Evil,
Rheumatism, Obstinate Cutanertis Eruptions,
Pimples or Pustules on the Face, Blotches,
Boils, Chronic Sore Eyes, Ring Worn or , 'Fet
ter, Scald Heed, Enlargement and Pain of the
Bones and. Joints, Stubborn Ulcers, Syphilitic
Disorders, Luintyp, Spinal Cotnplaims avid all
Diseases arising limn an injudicious use of Mer
cury, Imprudence in Life, or Impurity of the
This valuable Medicine, which lint become
celebrated for the • number of extraordina v
cures effected through its agency, has induced
the proprietors, at the urgent request of their
fricnds, to offer it to the public, which they do
With the utmost confidence in its virtues awl
wonderful curative properties. The following
certificates selected limm a large 'number, are
however. stronger testimony %than the mere
word of the poprictors ; and are all . from gen
tlemen well known in their locnlitins.and of the
highest respectability many of them i•Csidiu;; in
the city of Richmond, Na.,
F. BOYDEN, Esq. of
,the Exchange Hotel,
Richmond, known eve!) , where, says his 'ms seen
the Medicine called f:ARTEit'S SPANI9II 111IX
TORE adilliniStered . lll over hundred cases, in
nen* all the diseases for which it is recoinaien
dthrtrith the most astonishingly gond result s.—
He says it is the most„extraordimry medicine
lie has ever seen.
U N D - PEV - ER , =Createure - .=l - lie
by certify that for three years I find Ague and
Fever of the most violent description. I had
several Physicians, look large quantities of Qui
nine, Mercury, and I beliebe alt the Tonics ad,
vertised, but all w.thout any permanent relief.
-It last I trie I Carter's Spanish Mixture, two
botfiel of which effectually cured me and I am
happy to say I have had neither Chills Or Inver
since. I consider it the best Tonic in the world
and the only medicine that ever reached my case.
Beaver damlicar Richmond. Va.
G Ii LUCK Esq now in the city of Richmond
'and for many years in - the Nat Office, has such
confidencenli the astonishing cfficacy of Carter 'l
Spanish Mixture, that he tins bought upwards of
50 bottles which has given:away to the afflicted.
Mr Luck soya be has never known it to fail when
taken-according to directions
Dr MINCE a practising physican and former
ly-of-the City hotel in the city of Richmond,
says he has witnessed in number of instances
the effects of Carter's Spanish %fixture which
were moartridrsurprisiiimg.sys in a case
of - Consumption, .dependent on "tne'tiver,oie
goad effects were wonderful indeed.
SAMUEL M DRINKER of the firm Drink
er & Morris, Richmond, was cured of Liver
Complaint of 8 years shuttling by the use of two
bottles of Carter's Spanish Mixture,
..GREAT CURE OF SCROFULA The edi
tors of the Richmond Republican hail a"Bervatit
eniployed in their press room cured of violent
Scrofula combined with Rheumatism, whirl, Co.
Lively disabled him from work. Two bolt La of
Carter's Spanish Mixture made a perfect cure of
him, and the editors in a public nodes: siv they
"cheerfully recommend it to all who are afflicted
with any disease of the blood "
STILL ANOTHERiGURE OF SCROFU
LA—I hail a very valuable boy cured of Scrof u la
by Carter's Spanish Mixture. I consider it truly
a valuable medicine James M l aylor Conductor
on the R F & P It It Co Richmond Va
Mr John Thompson residiia.; in the city of
Richmond, wits cured by three bottles of Carters
Srmish Mixture of Salt Rheum, which he hail
nearly 20 ye-rs. and which all the physicians ot
the city would not cure Mr Thompson is a well
known merchant in the city of Richmond, Va.,
and his care__ is most remarkable.
Principal Depots at .M. - WAIiD, CLOSP 8t -
CO, No 83. Maiden Lane, New Iprk
T W DVOTT Si; SONS, 1\ o'fl2,,North 2d .
HENN E rt. & BEERS,No 125 Main streel,
- And for sale - hys Elliott, S—VV Haverstiekl,
Carlisle; Ira Day, Meehaniesbueg; J H Herron,
Newville; .1 C Altie, Shippensbure„, and by dea
lers in medicines everywhere.
Attention, Liineimrners !
Buy your COAL,of
inrONLY 40 per ton for Cush. [Oets
THE Store of the subscriber. embracing •
TEAS, G ROC RIES,
Queensware, and all the Varieties usually kept
by him, is removed to his O:ivi buildini, No's;
Sr. 3, MARION HALL, West Main St.
March 30, 1853' J. W. EI3Y•
JENICINS' Best Brand of Teas, Green and
Black, in metailie'paekages, also in bulk and
in original packages. A large rind general as•
. aortment of the best WHITE IRON - STONE
AND GRANITE WARE, with n variety of
Glass Ware, and Common Ware of every ; de•
suription,in'sette , or otherwise to suit the. par
CEDAR WARE, WILLOW WARE,
and a variety of Fancy Ware always in store
and for sale ai the "Family Grocery". of
Juno 8.1853. 3, W. EBY.
PALL AND- WINTER
Styles of Hats:!
& J. KELLER, desire respectfully to in-
N.llt form their customers and friends that they
aie now supplied with a great varie y of
HATS AND CAPS,
for 'FA and Witmer wear. In addition to
a beautiful spring style of 'Silk Hats and their
extensive • assortment of light and coloured
'ats just received from the cities. Their as
sortment is large and for beauty of styl s .eam.
_knee of finish ands lowness olpriee_they can
not be surpassed. A largo assortment of nays
exclusively for summer we..r, constantly on
hand. Also a earefu:lst selected assortment of
' CHI LD RE N'S HATS.
We most rewetfhlly invite the citizens of.
Carlisle end vicinity to call and examine our
assorimont at tho old stand,, opposite to the
Telegraph, OITIce. • may 11
THE subscriber has just opened en invoice
of Ostrich and oiher.flonnet kesthers, at one•
— half the usual priest A G ls E o o n . s l e v. y i e u h
x ea ls p iE lo ß t . ol ,
Fancy Dros Silks.
FAMILY penis's Sabbath :Schools an d pl c
nie portioe id going.to the country will do ivell
by • calling pt the cheap Drug .9toria of D, J.
~vhero they, can by supplied with nr.
ticies nt the loniost raies,and of, the
ny. . CANI)IES--vetdil, ,tWeo, "cents per
.p ..kgoasral ats - rimont,nf,Paiont.-Med•
,elnpardonstaptly , Lea l liand. ,• jy2e °
F R Z Sr, 1-IE - ND RY , •
Store, 29 3cl
Abroad° 51. , inulacturcrs, Carriers, Importers,
Commission and General Leathar Business,
Manufactorf 15 MargareotkstrOat.• sep7ly
•DAVIS & cxrior,
Dealers in •
' Lamps, Lai .terns and Chandeliers.
N R. Corner Fourth and Cherry sta., Phila.
thA n A d ' I
thea enlarged t
daa c cl
in Philadelphia, they are now_ prepared to tur
nish Camphine, Pine Oil
Ethereal 0;1, Phos n , *•ne Gas
.and Lard Oil.—
Lamps. Lanterns of all paterns, Fancy Hotel
and !tall Lamps, Chandeliros, Gtrandoles and
Candelabras, and Brittania Lamps,at theman.
ulatiturers,lowcst prices. Glass Lamps by the
package, at a small advance over auction wi
ces. Being large •MA N'UFA!...:T U R CBS' of
Pine Oil, Burning — Fluid, Ethereal Oil, Alco
hol and (the only true) 'Phosgene Gas, they can
furnish these articles at auch.prices that Mer
chants will find it to their advantage to buy.—
Call Wore going elsewhere, if you want bar
gains. Also the Safety Flayi Lamp for sale.
October 5. 1853—1 y '
TOYS, TOY 2, FUMY GOOD 2 !
ill AS just received his Pall Iniii - nriations of
TO YS, D OLLS, Work Baskets and Box
es, articles for Confectioners, Druggists and To
bacconists, also FANCY GOODS et every
description, such ss
Toys of weoi. china, lead, tin, &e, WOO styles.
Jointed, kid, wax and dressed Dolls, all sizes.
Doll !leads with teeth,' moving eyes, &c.
Accordeons, hernonicas, violins; trumpets,
Watches, optics, rings, waggons, &c,
Morbles of china,. agate, glass, common, col' d,
Ge,rman slates and pencils, all sizes.
Percussian Caps, G D., T 13, and other marks.
Cornets, bonbon and cracking secrets, &e.
Fancy Baskets ar,d boxes, dressing, cases,
Alabaster articles,Jewelry b.,xes, Inkstands,
Toilet boxes, Per fumery, 'ree:h.bruslies.
Druggists' fancy articles, Carmine, C.H. Pencils
Tobacco'and Snuff boxes Segar eases. 'Finfoil.
Turkish' and German . Pipes of Porcelain,
'ith an endless variety of newest styles of
Dealers will find it to their advantage to make
an early examination of this stock, as the Goods
aro all new and will be offered at the very low
est rates.. W. TILLER, Importer,
1 Commerce St., Philadelphia.
Penny Toys, 50 kinds.. Cases of as ortod
Toys, at $5, 10, 20, per case. seps-2sn
FALL MILLINERY GOODS.
JOHN STONE Sc SONS, -
No. dB South Second street, Philadelphia.
ARE now opening foi• the F4lllTrade a well
selected assortment of
FEATHERS, FLO WE RS,
AND MILLINERY GOODS IN, GENERAL.
Confining themselves exclusively to this
branch o: time trade, and Importing the larger
-part-of their stock, enables them to offer an as
sortment unsurpassed in extent and variety,
which will be sold on the most favorable terms.
September 14, 1833—,2m
ST.FIAIVX SAW WILL
THE undersigned owning a large Steam
Saw Mill, recently built, on an improved plan,
with a circular saw capable of sawing with
sreat rapidity, located three miles west of Pa.
pet town,Cumberlernicounty, al the base of the
SOiith Mountain, on Spruce Run, and having
in possession near one tlinusand acres of the
•hest timber lend, in the Southern part nf Penn
sylvania, are now prepared to saw Grid furnish
lumber to order, at the shortest notice of the
various descriptions used for mechanical per
pos;:s. They can furnish (mine stuff for barns
and houses of any length end size that inay be
required, weather-boarding, flouring, and fen
cing boards, poplar and oak boards and plank,
shingle and plastering laths, oak and cheanut
ehingler.coeper, atoll; pitch pine pouts, and
ehostuut rails and posts. They have now on
hand several thom,and feet of lumber, chesnut
rails and posts for fence, oak and pine wood by
the Gard, and can engage to be delivered in its
,season several hundred curds of chesnut oak
bark for tanning purposes.
The proprietors having availed themselves
of the natural advantages of their location,
which abounds in' a variety of the finest
timber, and having slab a practical Icni.wledge
of the business, aro enabled to iernish lumber
lower to the citizens of Cumberland count: ,
than-can be done by any similar establishnient
—and as they with and expect to dq a large
business, will spare no pains to accommodate
the public at the shortest notice.
The various descriptions of lunihdr; will he
delivered in Carlisle or elseivhere as may be
desired. All orders addressed to the proprie-
tors, Dive° & Haskell, living in Papertown, or
to Wm. D. Seymour, jr. in Carlisle, will secure
DI YEN, HASKELL & SEY Mt:. UR
Nov. 10, Iy.
TO FARRIERS $t HORSE DEALERS
DOCTOR J. S. SRIBERT, Veterinary
-Surgeon, has returned to Carlisle, and lo
cated Innis°ll permanently for the purpose of
siperating upon diseased horses, and pledges
himself to lure the most of diseases to which
this noble animal is subject. He is able to cure
Ring Bone, Tooth Bone and Bog Spavin, end
all weak oyes which are , supposed i to be affected
by hbiks, without cutting the gland of the eye,
and all eyes supposed to be affected with Wall
Teeth, without extracting the teeth. lie ens
court, a fresh foundered horse •in forty-right
hours as sound as ever. Ile also cures all dis
tempers hoof bound, sprung knees. sh alder
jams. string halt; fistulas and pole evil. He can
remove all callous enlarginents,tuld perform all
su•gical operations that may be required of hint,
Persons having diseased horses who cannot
leave them with him, can be supplied with all
the medicines and directions for use. He char
gee nothing for examining a horse and locating
their diseases. So, - bring on your Cripples.
He may be found at Henry Glass's Cumber
land and Perry Hotel, Carlisle, where those
wishing to engage his services ore requested to
call. INov 2.1853.
CULP'S PATEN'i PORTABLE
CXDE a ~ rdILI, AND PRESS,
rin II El undersigned having purchased the
right of Franklin and Cumberland coun
ties, Pa., and Washington county Md. ler
CULP'.S PATENT POP'PABLE CIDER
MILL, Aq l / 4 1D-PRESS are new manufacturing
machine's under the immediate supervision 01
Ilenry Simpler, a practical millwright. Orders
will be received and filled with promptness : —
All machines will be warranted.
' By this machine: which can be conveyed on
a wheelbarrow, on-i man and n boy can make
from five to eight a ;rids cider a daywith
ease, and the cider r kciroughly pressed ' from
the pomace. The labor is light and the ma
chines are simple and permanent. ' .
This Miielime was exhibited at the State
Agricultural Fair, ut Lancaster. and tested with
several others, and the committee awattled the'
premium to it. 'rho machines are warranted
to perform what is herein stated. Ordera are
N. o.—The press connected with•the ma.
chine can ho' used for pressing currants, and 1 1
cutting vegetables for feeding stock.
JACOB IMRE. •
May II , 1953. Gm Chambersburg.
'.e.inable Foundry For Sale.
THE subscriber offers ftir sslo his interest
(one half) au the -lIAGERXFO WN—FO UN—
DRY. For particulars as to 'Forms which wall
he made accom !titillating, business faciltieo ke„
apply to the subseribet at Ilogerstown,
5w.1 11.11, LAWRENCE.
j[ .a & UST RECEIVED nt the New and Cheap
Stern of Wel Campbell a largo lot of
~ C.AS II M ER ES,
MOUS DE LAINE,
tiow'on hand fresh from'Philadelphia, and Bel
ling low at - WEISE St CAMPBELL'S.'
HOUSE, ANW:LCIT FOR SALE. .
ApitEsobscriber offers for sale tho FRAME
■ HOUSK and La, 251 feet front by 1310 trot
in depth, now occupied by ,David Smith, Es q .,
io East Alain street. 'rho dwelling 'contains
eight coiled 'roiims, including double part° m
-Attached is, n'iustern, smoke himse and stable
For further information rtivly to
11. A: STURGEON
Sep 2L if Agt forya Ann Day.
drat Ostate Salts.
Paluable Real Estate
AT PRIVATE' SALE.
irthe,undereigned executors of the estate alt.
4_ B. Stetfenson, dee'd, offer at private sale,
the following real °sure, In West Pet - Irish:zit)
twp, Cumberland county, late the property of
Rio nu r d ll ..Stevensoni-later , Ol- the - borough of
Carlisle, doe'd, viz:
All that FARM situate in, West Pennsboro
township, aforesaid, about one mile from the
boro gh of Nowvilte, bounded by lands of J.
\V Laughlin and others, and
CONTAINING 142 ACRES,
more or less. The land is first rate limestone
land,,in good cultivation and:well fenced, ill
acres al - which aro clear and dm rest in timber.
Tho improvements are aiarge double stone mid
brick Dwelling 110118 E,, two
stories high, a forge and substan
dal STONE BARN, a good well ,
of Littietitone• Water, and cisterhe
for rain water. There is on the
premises an orchard of well selected fruit trees.
Also, a lot of WOODLAND that has neon
Used with thisfarm, situate about one-lourth of
a utile from the Doubling Gap Springs, and ad-
Joining that property, containing about 22 acres.
Persons Wishing to examine the farm can do so
by calling on Mr. Long, the tendnt on the •
I erms made easy to purchniern. Possession
and a good title will be given on the let of A
T. COLLIN' STEVENSON,
JAMES W. MA ESII ALL,
Ex'rs of R. 13 Stevenson
December 7. 1954.
Valuable -Won't& Property
IWILL sell at private bale a
Two Story Brick HOUSE-4:4i.
and Lot of Ground, situated 0n7.t!,7g . ■ II
North Hanover street attended. J'At; - . 4 ! , ,1 1 ,4. ,
in this borough. This house is
doubleiwith back building, all in good condition.
The Lot is 60 ieet in front by 170 in depth. Od
, the premises is a stable, and the whole proper
y is eligible and convenient.
Also, a small Two Story BRICK HOUSE
and Lot of Ground, 15 lbet front by 119 deep,
on North street' near to Hanover,
It those properties are not sold by the Ist of
January next. they will be rented for the ensu
JOHN 13. PARKFR
Cal lisle, Nov 29, 11,53:
VALUABLE rAnzta, 'AT
THE. subscriber being desirous of moving to
the West, ofibrs at private sale the FAR - 711 on
which he now resides in Monroe twp., Comb.
Co about one mile south west of Churchtown,
on the Yellow Breeches creek, and adjoining
lands, of Moses Bricker, Joseph Brandt and
strict measure, of a first rate quality of land,
about 110 acres of which is clearedand in a high
state of cultivation, the remainder is covered
with young and thriving timber. The improve.
meets are a two story Dwelling HOUSE, BO
feet square, with basement fitted
r:."1111 up for a weal' house, atone bank
BARN 35 feet Iront and 90 back,
n stone spring house with a never
spring of excellent water at
the door, wagon stied, corn cribs, cider press,
and other out buildings, an apple orchard, an
oil mill and water power sufficient to propel any
A LSO - 5Sh ACRES
of :Mountain Land, near Cookstown in the sa'irTe
township, adjoining lands of Messrs' Samuel
and Richey Clarks, M. Ege's heirs and others.
The above property will be sold in parts or
the whole, and terms made to salt purchasers.
Any perstin wishing to view - said property can
do so by calling on the subscriber.
November In, 11353-4 w
•*Ltotensier Examiner copy (4w) and send
bill to this office.
THE large ROOM on the corner
, T of High and Pitt streets, now occu-
VI l ied by Wm. 11. Bretz. as a Drug
btore. Also the Blacksmith Snop,
s=-4 on Pitt Street, nos' occupied by
Wm. Breeie. Apply to
dec74tl IROBERT NOBLE
Valuable ''own Property
ILIA be sold at private sale, a t.
V V TWO Story BRICK HOUSE,
With Lot attached, ined on West t. II 1 I
Right Street in this- borough. This, 1.11
housetis now in the occupancy of It. '
Snodgrass. Fur terms apply to
dec74 t) W. Al. PENROSE.
A Two Story BRICK HOUSE
situate on the north east corner of
Loather and P.tt Streets, and a 9,Vt:
Two Story Stone House on Lou
titer Street, now occupied by the
Rev Mr Kremer. Alan several smaller dwel
lings for rent. Enquire of
nov9's3] JACOB SENER.
HOUSE AND LOT FOR:SALE.
THE two Story FRAME HOUSE
and Lot of Ground in South Llano. ,',7"--: -
ver street, now occupied by Charles
Barium, immediately opposite Benez
Store, is oiler& at private sale. For •
terms enquite of the subscriber, Attorney for
noo's3tf l 8.. M. HENDERSON.
r.anzrz FOR SALE.
The subscriber offers at private sale his
FARM, situate about two! miles north of car.
lisle, lying between the Canodoguinet era.?
end t h e Sulphur Spring road. It is joined•by
farms of Wise and N etcher, and
CONTAINS 70 ACRES,
all cleared land,lthirty :of which ore meadoW.
It is well limed and in apigh state of cultiva
tion. The improvements are a Two Stlary
;z ; .; FRAME HOUSE, a well of we,
11t"r with pump at the door, frame
2 Bank Barn ; &e. There is also a
young orchard of choice Irian
Also, will be'sold with the same if desired,
a tract of MOUNTAIN LAND. Persona
wishing to purchaie sae learn terms by calling
upon It M Henderson, Esq., in Carlisle.
Novembpr 1 18.53--if
AHEAD OF ALL COALPETITION
• hSazton eadgthe Columg.”
FT El& days and nights of unceasing toil
tl ; and trouble I have succeeded in marking
uad arranging my new stock of HA R I).
W A It E , uad altnough there. has been a tre
mendous rush of custontert who know whom
to steal on reasonable terms, and who appre
ciate my old habit of selling cheap without
I making much fuss about the, matter. lam
constantly snaking room for now:customers to
drop in and examine what is undoubtedly the
LARGEST AN D • BEST assortment of goods
ever offered west cf Philadelphia, and embra
cing everything usually found in a Hardware
Store, from a needle to an anchor, all of which,
aro of the best quality . and will be sold at prices
which cannot fails(' give satisfaction. •
TO CARPENTERS'S& BUILDERS,
I would say that my stock of cross cut. hand,
panel sliming and hack saws, bright, black and
blue augurs, elffsele; planes, locks, hatchets,
hinges;serews, stesitglit necked and bar oohs,
broad, pointing, and chopping axes, iron and
steel squares, rake; tape measures, levels, &c,
cannot tail please the most fastidious.
Can ho acebminodated on the moat reasonable
terms withOurkee's celebrated York plows at
$5 37.' Also Plank's, Craighead's and others'
at manufacture's' prices; Spades, rakes, forks,
shovels, grass and grain scythes. (Dunn, Dar
ling and Griffins make.) .Patent and common
snaffle of half a desert different kinds. Grain
Cradles, (Gregor's, Plank's, Craighead's and
Crawbach's , make,) at reduced rates. Also
grindstones. cutting boxes, chain cistern and
force pumps, halter, breast and log chains, sin
gle and double traces and spreads'. Cedar ware
such-as-tubs,-buckets, bowls, water kegs, to ,
gethef with an everlasting assortment of table
and 'pocket cutlery, spoons,. ()hears and scis
sors, candlesticks, snuffers, shovels and tongs.
kettles, pans. sad irons, Waiters.•brushos. &c,
which will he "old by tho wagon load; ton yard
bushel or in she ordinarrway,
Then e , erm friends; give. us a call and see
fm yourselves. We'll wait On yon with pleas
ure, and give you bargains's& which you can't
complain. Remember the place, East High
Street, opposite Ogilby's
June I, 1853, - HENRY SA'XTON.
VIE undersigned arenow prepared to freight
r- o i t a me re and i v.o front
• 'Philadelphin end
mat , eato lialtimpro; at re
duced rates, with regularity and despatch'.
Freed, Ward & Freed, 315 - ntirket,Straot,
N. 11. [lariats 76, Nertlf Street, Balthicire.
Michael Herr, ...orth Streeti Baltimore.
isap426m' ' . J.. tr,l D.. RupADs.
Legal' einb CoMet Noticed.
rnITE undersigned Auditor appointed by the
Court of Cutnition Pleas 01 Cumb. Co.; to
marshal! and distribute the balance in the bane
of George B. Hewett, assignee of Daniel Meats
of Dickinson township, to and'among_the_cred
itors, gives notice that- he will attend for that -
Durpone at his °Mee, in Carlisle. on SATUR
AY, the 7th of .lantiary next.
decl4) R. M. HENDERSON.
WHERE - AS the Donorable Grew
iissr, President Judge of the several
Courts of Common Pleas of the counties of
Combo-June, Perry and Juniata, in Pounsylva.
nia, and Justice of the several Courta ol Oyer
and Terminer and General Jail Delivery in
said counties, lied Hon. John Rapp 'and Sam
uel Woodburn,Judgesof the Court of Oyer and
Terminer and General Jail Delivery for the
trial of all capital and other offenders, in the
said county of Cumberland,by their precepts to
me directed, dated the 15th of November 1853,
have ordered the Court of Oyer and Terminer
and GencralJai I Delivery, to be holden at Car.
I isle,on the 2d MONDAY of January, 1854,
(being the 9tli day) at 10 o'clock in the cure
noon, to continue two weeks.
NOTICE is therefore hereby given,to"tha
Coroner. Susticas of the Peace and Constables
of the said County of Cumherlind: that they
aro by the sai.l precept commanded to be, then
and there in their proper persons, with their
!MIN - records, Inquisitions, examinations and
all other remembrances, to do those things
which to their offices appertain to be done, and
all those that arc litiund by recognizances, to
prosecute against the prisoners that are or then
shall be in the Jail of said county, are to btSI
there to prosecute them as shall be just:
JOSEPH ItiIcDARMONO., Sheriff.
Strum FP'S OFFICE, Carlisle,
Isiov. 28, 1853.
Estate of John Eberly, dee,
LETTERS Testamentary on the estate of
John Eberly, late of Silver Spring town
ship, have been issued to the subscriber, resi
ding in Ilauipden township, Carob. county, to
whom all persons having claims against said
estate will present them for settlement, and all
indebted will make payment to
' Estate of A. Williams, dec'd•
xr ['ICE is hereby given that Letters,Tes-
LV tamentary nn the estate of Abraham NVil.
liams, late of Monroe townsldp, Cumberland
county, deceased, have beet Panted by the
Register of said county to the subscribers, re•
siding in Upper Allen township in the same
county, All persons knowing themselves in.
defined to said estate era requested to , muilte
immediate payment, and those having claims
to present them for settlement to
Estate of Dr. A. [-I. Russell, dec'd
IVOTIC - F. is hereby given that Lette'' Testa
/..1 mmitary. on the estate of Dr . 4 e . Reg.
Sell, Into or West Pennshoro -townsh , Corn •
berland county, deceased, have been granted
by the Register of said county, to the subscri
ber, residing in the same township. All per.
knowing,then selves -indebted- to said estate
are required to a e immediate payment and
thnse havi.no. aims to present them for side
Estate of Michael Livingston, dec'd
NOTICE is hereby given thnt Letters or
Ad illustration on the estate of Michael Liv
ingston, late of Eait Pennsboro township_ Cum.
berland county, deceased, hp e been granted by
the Register of said cuntyoo the subscriber
residing in the same tOwnship,. All persons
knowing themselves indebted to said estate are
required to make immediate payment and those
having claims to present them to ,
Estate of James Eckles, sr., an
NOTICE is hereby given that letters of ad.
ministration have been issued by the Register
of Cumberland eounty, upon the estate of
James Eckles, sr.. lee of Upper Allen twp.,
dee'd,to the subscriber residing in rho same
township. All those having claims against
said estate will present them for settlement,
and those indebted will make payment to
WILLIAM M. ECKLES,
To the heirs and legal representatives of
Joseph Barton, late of York connty,
"Take. Notice that by 'virtue of a writ of Pa -
tiiton and Valuation issued out of the Orphan's
Court of Cumberlanil county and to me direc
ted, I will hold an inquest to divide, fart, or
value the real estate of said decedent, on the
premises in the town of Lisburn, Cumb. co, on
TIIIJItSDAY the 22d day of December. A.
D. 1853, at 10 o'clock, A. NI, when and when*
you may attend if you think proper.
Sheriffs Office Car- ? JOS.AIcDARMOND.
lisle, Nova 9,1852 - Sheriff.
AJOTICE 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 she charter
of the Carlisle Deposito Bank, so as to Confer
upon said Bank the rights and privileges of a
bank of issue, and to change the name to that
of the " Carlisle Bask."
By order of the Board of Directors.
W. M. BEETEM,
June 29, 1658—Gm
NOTICE is herby given that the "Cumber.
land Valley Savings Institution," located in
Dickinson township, Cumberland county, will
make app;mation to tho next Legislature of the
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania for an Act of
Incorporation, with a capital of not less than
Ten ttor more than Thirty Thousand Dollar
for the purpose of receiving depot:its el menoY
both transitory and on interest, and of making
loans and discounts, with such oilwr privileges•
as are usually granted to Savings. Institutions.
By order of the Directors.
WM. GALBREATII, Treas.
D. L BEEIZIAN, Seer I [te226m)
TAMES R.WEAVER,wouId resr.ecitully
call the attention of House.Reepers and the
public to his extensive stock of ELEUANT
FURNITURE. including Sofas, Wardrobes,
Centro and other Tables, Dressing anti plain
Bureaus and every °Bier article in his biatich of
buskiess. Mee, now on hand the largest as,
aorlitiont 'of CHAIRS in Carlisle, at the lowest
prices. it made at the shortest notic
and a hearse priivided for funerals. lie colic.
its a call nt his establishment on ' , Neill Hance
nor street, near Glass's HOTEL. N. B.—Fur
niture hired out by the month or year ,
Carlisle, March 20, 1850.—1 y
rwillE subs rif er has just returned from Phil.
_ attd is now ; opening a large and
elegant assortment of cheap
consisting . in port of cloths, cassituers, nasal
notts,'flannels', blankets, jeans &c. -
Ladles' Goods:—A beautiful'assortment of
de Mines, French merinos'', paramount', Silks
now style barred, cashmeres, rib one, shawls;;"
Fr nett worked collars. Sic.
Domestics—Bleached and unbl'd muldina,
checks, tickinga, canton flannels, &c. •
Boots and Shoes—A largo assortment of
men and boys winter boots. Also-fie entire nes
stock of ladies'. gaiters, morocco boots, bus.
dips find slippers, children's shoes in groat va.
riety, gum over shoes of all descriptions.
Groceries—A. froth lot of sugars, coffee,
tea; molasses, apices, &c.
As my winter assortmenlis new and full, we
cordially invite oil our old - friends and cueto
mera,,and the public in general to call and ex
amine 'our stock before purchasing elsewhere,
as we will take pleasure in showing our goods,
and will sell as cheap if not cheaper than any
other store in the county, Recollect the old
eland—Edst Main Street.
Nov 16 1853
Fish, Fish, 0 Fish !
A CHOICE lot of No. .M CW2 in•
LA. whole, half and gamier Mils, also a lot of
new No. 3 Mackerel for sale cheap fer.caali at
'the. family grocery
. atore Of
- J Imo 23.1853. J. G WILLIAMS.
tit ROCIJA. , LONG
111 eeified a lbw Long and 'Square Brodie
Shawlai and rot ealelby• • .• •
. • • .• W. ituTxgre,