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meeting be signed by the 'officers and pub
lished in all the Whig papers of the district.
. J. ➢l. ALLEN, rres't.
S. S. Snui., Sec'y
Wr`' THE GREATEST DISCOVERY OF THE
Aos.—Farmers, Manufacturers and others, art
purchuse no Remedy equal to Dr. TomAs , Venetian
LlMMent, Dy,entery, Colic, Croup, Chronliltheuma
tism. Quinsey. Soar Throat, Toothache, Sea Sickness.
Cuts Burns, Swellings, Old Sores, Musquito Bites, In
sict ' Stings, Pains in, the Limbs, Chest. Back. "&c. If it
does not give relief. the money will be refunded—all that
Is asked is n trialond use it according to directions:—
The article Is an English remedy, and was used by Wm.
IV. King of England. and certified to by him as a cure
ir Rheumatism. when everything else recommended by
his physicians bad failed.
Over 10.000.u00 of bottles have been sold in the Unit
ed States, without a single failure, and families have
stated that it was worth $lO per bottle, they never
would he without it. In case of Croup, as it Is as certain
as it is applied. It cures Toothache in three minutes;
Headache in half au hour, and Cholera, when fiest tak
en, in a-few hours. It is perfectly innocent to tiilte in
tornalq, and has the remmmendation of many of the
most eminent Physicians In the United States. Price,
25 and 50 cents.
Dr. Tobias has also put up a 'Liniment for Horses. In
pint bottles. which is warranted—cheaper and better
than any other, for the cure ot Colic. Galls, Swellings,
old Sores. Cuts, lirulses, Scratches, Cracked Heel, ac.—
Price, 50 cents.
Dr. Tibias could fill a dozen newspapers with the cer
tificates and letters received, relating to the wonderful
cures accompli•hed by his Liniment, but considerthat
warranting it Is sufficient, as any person who does not
obtain relief. need not pay for it. There has been so
muck.worthless medicine sold to the public, that Dr, To-
bias wishes his article to rest on its own Merits. and if
he gives the value of the money received, then heasks,
the patronage of the public, not otherwise.
DR. TOIIIAS' Office, 210 GREENWICH Street, New
For sale by A. Smith, Seventh and Chestnut streets;
Dyott ,t; Son. 132 N. Second street; T. It. Callender, 88
S. Third street, and by the Druggists throughout the
DYSPEPSIA.—It has been the study of' Phy
sirinns, to dibcover some remedy for this must distressing
complaint. 'Whether they Mice been suc7essful, remains
for the - starers to say. There are, In this country, hun
dreds of thotisands who - are suffering from indigestion,
pmbably, In most cases, caused by theirrown imprudence
in living. To these we would sac try Myers' Extract of
Rock Rose. It has cured, and will cure, the worstand
most obstinate cases of Dyspepsia, and all its concomi
tants—Costiveness, Sick-headache, Heartburn, Flatulen
cy. Acidity, Ac. See the follbwing certificates: '
— lleo. A. Ili,. Mcmas—llear Sir-Irrthe winter of 184741; -
1 suffered beyond description with Dyspepsia, and a train
of other evils dependent on it. I had applied to carious
Doctors. and a number of nostrums had been recommen
ded to no purpose. 1 procured and used two bottles of
your Extract of Rork Rose, and found almost immediate
relierso mR h so — that useU no Mite medicine
since. and in fact, I can find no other, which in my deli
berate opinion, can hear comparison to yours.
And in all cases, when I have the opportunity, I re
commend your Extract. as standing first over all others.
Let all who are thus afflicted try it, and find what I
have found. _ _
Truly Yours, CEO. B. CONKLIN
West Meriden, Conn.
ire" Palpitation of the heart, Nervous Diseases, Liver
Complaint, Neuralgia, Dyspepsia, Costiveness and Piles.
are all relieved and cured in an incredibly short space of
time, by Carter's Spanish Mixture, the great tonic and
purifier of the blood. It contains not a particle of Mer
cury, Opium or any noxious drug; it is perfectly harm
less, and has cured more than five hundred cases of dis
We can only refer the reader to the certificates. a. few
of which may be found in another column, and all of
which are detailed in full around the bottle. It is the
greatest of all Spring and Fall Mediclnes, and possesses
an influence over the blood truly remarkable.
*0 Soo Advertisement.
The circulation of the blood is justly esteemed
the greatest ordination of Divine Providence; by that
beating engine, the heart,. it is driven to all parts of the
system, giving vigor and strength to the complicated
machinery of man. This living flood, whether we sleep
or wake, sallies briskly through the arteries and returns
softly through the veins. Ilow necessary that It should
be kept free from all r•hnpurlty, and yet how negligent
many are respecting this great essential to the enjoy
ment of perfect health.•- Derangernentqn the Liver and
Nerves Is generally the primary cause: and Jaundice,
Indigestion, and all the harrassing feelings attending
Dyspepsia, which makes life a burthen result from It.
Foirlde -would rapidly follow suicide. If there was no
cure. No one would suffer long. if he,ls able to obtain
a bottle of lloolland's celebrated Ilerman Bitters, pre
pared by Dr. C. 31. Jackson, Philadelphia, they rarely
'fail lb affecting dpermanent cure.
In Shiremanstown, on Sunday. September:ld, 15.54, by
William IL Shoop, Esq., Mr. TllcgdAS tilt(10711 to Miss
HARRIETT YINGEIt, all of Newberry tow toihip, York
On 7th Inst., by the nor. '.l.•Evans, Mr. DAVIT)
BAKER to MI s ELIZABETH -It. CIIRISTLIEB, both of
On the 7th inst., by the Rev. J. Evnns. Mr. JOHN
TIEFFLEFINGER to Miss MARIA COR.I), both of Cull - 1-
On Saturday morning last, at the residence of her Finn
3. W. Ely, in this borough, Mrs. ESTHER ELY, in the
eith.Year of - her age.
I On the 28th of August, DAVID CRAIGHEAD, of In
dianapolis, Indiana, fornierly of this county.
Oi the oth Instant, In Harrisburg, Mrs., MARY ANN
ICEEPEIiS, widow of the late Stephen Keepers of this
pinto, aged 61 years.
lllShippenshurg, on Tußsday, the sth Inst., Mrs. MA
JANE MATEER; aged about 85 years.
„,'”, ROc ,-."4";'-'.: ?WAS, COFFEE--"--
RIES ,' I._ The subscriber has just
.added to his former stock a general selection of CHOICE
GROGERItS, as Nsp as all the other variety of ;tables
p'usually kept in • a .Grocery Store, embracing Rio
Coffee—roasted and green—at 12y, and 14 cents
elper lh.; Orleans, Clarified, Crushed and Pulverized
Sugars, of fine qualities; Chocolates, Spices, Dairy
it, and a variety of Fancy articles, all of which aro of
fared at the lowest cas,lf prices. We are thankful for the
former support given us, and invite a further call from
uur friends and customers. • - J. W. EilY.
Marion Hall, Carlisle. - . .
TUST RECEIVED AT THE FAlll
ty'• ILY GROCERY STORE of the subscriber, in Ma
4 new supply of fresh Water Craehers,
Soda, Rutter, Pic Nic and Sugar Buisimit,
Tarina, Corn Starch, Tapioca, Eago, Pearl liarloy,
Extract of Coffee, R 1 ,13 Flour, Baking Powder, &a.,
06. near lot (if - Superior Table Oil,
Pickles, Tomato Ketchup, French 3fustard, Bay
Ruin; &e. J. W. EBY.
IRLACK SILK LACES.—Jutitopened;
. 11 -...711ach Silk Laces of superior quality, and different
Widths. Also, BLACK SILK TRIMMINOS, Gimps and
other trimming. GEO. W. urn EIL
Q,ALE,' lAN WANTED.—In a Dry
Ocal Store immediately. All applications, (to re
ceive attention) must be 'made in person. Apply to
Aug. 23. GEO. W.
RPENTERS'and Builders are invit
ed• to. examine the assortment of Locke, latehee
Beo ta r Serowe, Wass, Putty, Oil, 'Paints, &c
All kr sale cheap at SAXTONS.
WALL PAPER. 7 —a very largo lot
of WALT. PAPER of overyahado . and design,
at prkos ranging from 6 cents upwards. Tho stock con
sists of a full , assortment of Common, Satin, rlirored,
and WU rapers, all of which will he sold low at
New ilhocrtis'e tits.
• • •
PLABSICAL AN I) LITERARY
111(111 SCHOOL, New ville, Pri.—TIO,WINTER 'SES
SION will conemenceon Tuesday. the 7th of November.
and continue five months. Careful instruction is given
by competent teachers in the departments of Classical,
Mathematical add English education. The whole ex
penses for tuition, boarding and kdgiug, with a room
furnished, $53 per term. For further particulars, npply
to either of the subscribers at Newville, Pa.
ROBERT M eCACI lit EN, Principal,
W. R. A.'M., Professors.
6t McCACIIIt EN, jr., A. 8.,
WHITE HALL ACADEMY, three
miles went of Harrisburg. The -eighth Session
of this popular and flourishing Institution will corm
MOTICe On Monday, the t3th of November ne t. under the
most favorable :inspires. During the present year 'such
Improvements and additions have been made as its M-
I er, , asing patronage demanded. The Principal will be as
sisted by a full corps of competent and experienced
teachers. end special attention will be paid to the health
and comfort of the Students.
Boarding, Washing and Tuition in the English Branch
es, and Vocal Music, per Session. (5 months) $55.00
Instruction in Latin andllreek, each, - 6.00
French and iferman - 6.00
Instrumental Music, - - 10.00
The attention of parents and guardians Is earnestly
invited to this Institution. Circulars will be furnished
and any ill Nrrivitioti Will be given, on application, either
personal or by letter to
D. DENLINGIIII. Principal.
Sept. 13,1 Mt Ilarrisburg, Pa.
" ISELL have just re
eeived at their Store, in N. Hanover street. Carlisle, n
large, handsome and cheap stock of FA (1001)S, which
we will Sell CIItAPI:R 711 AS EVER. Cite us a call.
rKIIREE VALUABLE FARMS AT
'PUBLIC SALE.—In pursuance of an brier of the
Orp ions' Court of Cumberland county. will be sold et
public sale,at the late residence of Williantals, deed.
on , THURSDAY. the 12th day of (Weber, et 12 o'clock,
M., the following real estate, viz:
A, tract of excellent JAM ESTONE LAND,' in Dickin
son township. in said county, bounded by lands of John
ston Moore on the east. by part No. 3of the orielnal
tract on the South. by part No. 2 of same tract on the
West. and by lands of Skiles Woodburn ou the North.
containing 115 acres and 4 perches, neat measure, of
which alout 90 acres are cleared and under mod fenms,
and the balance Is covered with the lost quality of tim
ber, having thereon 'erected a large two • . •
-story DWELLING HOUSE. with two .-,.4 'a .-
commodious kitchens. TWO BARNS, Via,: .
wagon sheds. corn cribs, and all other Tg..4,1 ,
necessary out buildings. There are two „ZIN... -
wells of excellent water on the promis- '''
es, one near the barn end the other at the door, and a
- large ORCHARDuf-varlons-frults-of thelost natality- -
Also, at the anne time and pla,e, will Is' sold. a tract
of land adjoining and originally part of the above. con
taininglo3 acres 53p01-cites; strict measure. bounded by
the above tract on the East, on the - Smith by lands of
Samuel Carothers, on the West by lands of Samuel Hus
ton, and on the North
re le by lauds of Janie , Woodburn, of
which aboUt SO acres aared.and the remainder cov
ered with excellent timbe . The improvements on this
tract are a one and arhalf my HOUSE and sTApi,E,
and-the-quality of land and fences are the same as those
of the above tract.
At the same time and place will he sold a tract of 5 ,- 1
acres 45 perches, neat measure. originally part of the
same tract, bounded on the East by lands of Daniel Hl
linger, on the south by John te., David Lefever. on the
West by Samuel Carothers and on the North by part
No. 1, having thereon erected a two story DWELLING
HOUSE and Stable. There is on it an excellent young
ORCHARD of choice grafted fruit. Of this tract about
'45 acres aro cleared and in a good state of Cultivation,
and under good fences, and, the remainder is covered
with excellent timber.
At the some time and place will be sold two tracts of
MOUNTAIN LAND, adjoining mach other, in the same
township. about 10 miles from the mansion tract,on the
road from Mount Holly to Gettysburg, the one contain
ing 111 acres 72 porches. the other H acres 47 perches,
covered with chestnut and pine timber.
Persons wishing to visit the premises will call upon
Dr. George I). Woods, who resides In Centreville, or Ile
, bacon P. Woods, residing on the premises.
The terms of sale will bo made known on day of sale
by GEORGE 1). W,OODS, 1 Adm ,,,
' 1 - ` REBECCA P. WOODS,
.opt. 1:1, 1854.
Lancaster hid. Whig copy and send bill to this office
EXECUTORS SALE OF REAL ES
TATE.—WiII be sold at public sale, on the premis
es, ou THURSDAY, the 10th of October, at 12 o'clock,
noon, all that certain PLANTATION or Tract of Land,
situate In Newton township. Cumberland 'county, Pa.,
late the. property of Menrfliaker, deceased. bounded by
lands of Alexander Sharp,..lacob Sasyer r George Allen
and others, containing 170 acres, more or legit ' This
Farm is Lime Stone Land of superior quality, and
cleared and in cultivation except some ten, or twelve
acres of excellent timber land. It Iles on the mad from
Newville to Shlpponshurg, about four miles front the
former place and three miles from it by the rail road,
which rune through the property:. 'The Improvements
are a substantial, well built, double two
story DWELLING HOUSE, with two
coMmodious Stone Kitchens attached.
A large Stone bank Barn, lately built, TOP I ', • ;-
with two thrashing. floors. superior sta
bleS..gralnerles. arid - other conveniences.
There are also wagon sheds, corn cribs and other out
buildings. The whole place is under good fences, and is
dividtkl into fields of a suitable sloe. There Is a never
failing well of water close to the dwelling, and on the
premises a large ORCHARD of superior apples, peaches
and other fruit trees.
On FRIDAY, the 20th of October, at 12 o'clock, noon,
will be sold, on the ground, 30 acres of WOODLAND, in
Mifflin township, bounded by lands of William Ratty,
Samuel lieherling and heirs of John High, deceased, be
ing good timber land. This land will be sold in whole
or in part as may he desired. • Terms of sala will be
made known on day thereof
THOMAS A. McKINNEY,
racer of Henry Bayer, deceased.
Sept. - 13, 1654.
Lancaster Examiner and Ilarrisburg -Telegraph copy
and charge this once.
VALUABLE FARM AT PUBLIC
SALE.—By order of the Orphans' Court of Cum
berland county will be exposed for sale, on the premises,
in South Middleton township, at 1 o'clock. on SATUR
DAY, the 14th day of October, that excellent LIME
STONE 'FARM, late the proper ty of James Moore, deed.
Said Farm contains 112 acres of the best limestone land,
adjoining lands of Jacob Ritner, Gilbert Searight, and
Lords formerly of Robert Graham, deed, and others.—
The improvements are a good. two-story :,*,,,,
Log DIVIILIANG HOUSE, Log Barn, ' J:c.,
~.;1 '' -
with a well of never failing water near .:-:.':, it
the house. The Farm Is foutlmiles from .. , .. , ,i.::
Carlisle, half a mile from the Yellow- 2; , :14C , - , ' , := , ,,r2- •
Breeches creek, and In ono of the rich- ' - ''"- - ' . '' - '''"'' 4 ' -
e:-t settlements in Cumberland county, and offers cope
riot 'advantages to purchasers. Attendance glven and
terms made known on day of sato by .
JOHN 'STUART, Trustee.
Sept. 18, 1854. , .
STATE OF GEORGE BAKER,
nEcEAsk:D.—Notice is hereby - given that letters
of at ministration, with the will annexed, on the estate
of George Baker, late of Sliver Spring township, Cum
berland eoutity,'decea.sed, have been granted by the Reg
ister of said county to the subscriber, residing in 'Ramp
den township. All persons knowing themselves intlebt
ed to said estate erg :required toduake immediate pay
ment, and those. lutving claims to present them for set
tlement to SAMUEL EBEISSY, Atirrer. •
Sort. 13,1851. • ' .
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. of you who have been afflicted for years with this
A e .
wthrsome disease, and who have been using almost.
every Nostrum before the public, without relief, we say
to you try "beechen; Antidyspeptic" and you, will soon
be convinced of its• great superiority over every other
preparation. Wu could give you many certificates comb
orating our assertions, but a single trial is worth .moie
than all. This remedy Is prepared end sold at the Drug
Store cf D. J. KIII,VFER, south Hanover street, a few
doors south of the court 'louse, Carlisle.. , •
tl) E 3.1 64 .—b:. NE WIA4 Nll' & CO'S
it; wholesale and retail MORINO GLASS AND PIC
TURE FRAME MANUFACTORY, N 0.120 ARCII street,"
opposite the Theater, Philadelphia.
E, N. k Co. received the only Prise Medal; awarded at
the Crystal Palace exhibition; N. Y., 1A53. In thii Plaited.
States, fur OM, Decorated, Illantel and Pier 013E66.
TusT RECEIVED a fresh supply o
f_ Linseed - Oil, Turpontino, Paints, Varnishes,
Alse,tin excellent artirlu of cheap OH f?Jr Fire-pnx.f Pella
&o. Alan, a full ahaortment of MlllitOlt PLATI.:S of al
sizes. At the old stud, Last Main istreeff entitle, pa.
d'atii,ste - -trjrt6l4-. -
ORPHAN'S COURT SAL E. —On
MONDAY, October 2d. 1864, in pursuance of an or
der of the Orphans' Court of Cninberland county; the
undersigned lultninistrator -with the will annexed of.,
Alexander Wills, late iiT said countyoleceased, will of
fer at public sale, on the :there day, on the premises. the
large and valuable-Real Estate of said decedent, as fol
The MANSION FARM, situate in Lower Allen twp.,
Mended by lands of C. Hursh, Levi Markle. Michael
Frfe, Valentine Hummel, the Susquehanna River, and
ethers, containing 230 acres and 125 perches. It is
to be sold in whole or in peal° the test advantage.—
This is ono of the best farms in the county on account
of its location and the quality of the laud. It is in full
view of Harrisburg. and the York and Cumberland Rail
Road, passes the house on the hank of the river. The
land Is Limestone of the hest quality—alteleared except
about, TO acres of first rate timber land.
' under good fence, and has on it a TWO;".r,.
•i . '
STORY STONE HOUSE. largo Stone
Rank Bern, it . two story Frame Tenant •V i 7;:! , i : ~
Muse, two wells of water and a never '';!L , e/.., , v . ; , : z6
failing spring at the river near the hence-.
7 ''' '
a good apple Orchard. kc. .
On TUESDAY, October ad, 1854, on the premises, a
certain Farm in East Pennsbem township. bounded by
lands of Jonas Echelberger, Valentine Hummel, Jacole
M. Haldeman. lands of Fulton's heirs and others, eon
taining 117'acres and SO perches, strict measure. This
land is Black Slate and Limestone of t'te first quality.
It has thereon erected, a large MOCK HOUSE, and
Frame Barn, thriving Orchard. and a never failing spring
of excellent water near , the door; all cleared . except
about 25 acres of exmllent timber. _
And on the same day and place. the lot of Ground ad
joining said farm, containing ONE acre and 110 perches,
with a large two story lI.OUSE and a small Log House
and Stable thereon. Also, on the same day. the seven
Lots In Wormleysburg, in said township, Nos. 02,.63,
65. 06, 67 anti 60. These lots and farm as aforesaid, to
be sold in 'whole or in parts to the best advantage.
On IN' EllN HSI) AY, October 4th, 3054. on the premises,
all that TRACT OF LAND. in the township liampdon.
containing about 200 acres. and bounded by lands of
Adam Selrer, Simon Oyster. Joseph Eshlinger. Daniel
Peitz and ()tilers. This,is good Slate Land and all clear
ed except about 30 acres of gond timber. •
There Is a large TWO STORY It It 1 C
1101ISE and a good Frame Barn thereon, ease j-;.,
and a never failing ,spring of water near ;; ;
t h e door, a good Apple ()reliant and out
houses. Thi-4 is also to ),e sold in whole or
in parts to tho'hest advantage. At the same time and
place. a tract of Mountain Timber 'Land, containing a
bout 4-1 acres. adjoining lands, of Sitinuel Mina. Jacob
Swartz, Martin Renningcc and others, situated In Hamp
On SATURDAY, October 7, 1054. at the public house
of Geo. Duev. in Ilegestown, the following Lots in said
town, Vizi-Lets-No. 15.13 and 14.- having_ a Frame
TAVERN STAND and other improvements.
Also, a lot rim talninz, 310 reale front and !. , '.07 feet in
depth. with a two story dIOUSE, and other int.
pm, ements thereon.
Als , . another lot in said town, with a stone TAVERN
sTANDIInois - tf nu& 10 - acres - and In 'pert:Nat - of Land
attached and helonOng thereto. with other improve
ments. Also, lots No, 46, 47 and 50, having, a Frame
Intim: and, Wagonniat.er Shop thereon. This property
will be sold whole .4- in parts to the best advantage.
Trrtvs or St(.r.—Ten per cent.. of the purchase Money
to be paid when the property Is struck off. Forty per
rent. additional on the-Ist of. April next, when deeds
w ill be dolivertl. The remainder in two equal annual
payment, thereafter - with interest, to be secured by
)11,111110ot sor nt,rtgage. Crops In the ground reserved
and pureha , er b, pay the taxes assessed for 1055. The
ind,rsieousl or any of the tenants will show the proper
yor any of it to any pers , n wishing to see It. Sale-to
',minence at 10 o'clock, on each day. . '
• WILLIAM R. GORGAS,
Fel t. 13, '5 t
1 - )L'BLIC SALE OF REAL ESTATE.
The undersigned by virtue of an order Issued out
of the Orphans' Court of Cumberland' county, will ex
pose to public sale by outcry. on the premises, on FRI- ,
DAY, the 2bth day of October, A. D., 1554, at '2 o'clock,
P. M.. the following described valuable Beal Estate, sit
uate,in Frankferdi township. to wit:—A Tract of Land,..
containing 53 strict measured acres and 10 perches, hav
ing thoOon ,grated a large' stone MERCHANT MILL,
with four run (if stone, a Saw Mill, Clover Mill, Plaster
Mill. a now Distillery, new llog-pen, three tenant Mus
es, Stables and a Cooper Shop.
Also, at the 83,1110 time and place, a tract of first rate
Slate Land, containing 157 acres and 123 perches more or
less, having thereon erected a' MAN- e„
SION I it/U SE. Spring-house, bank Barn.
and a young Apple Orchard. Included I :
in this trail. are 0 acres and 110 perches
of first rate Bottum Land.
These properties are situated on the
north side of the Connodoguinet creek, about four miles
west of Carlisle. They also adjoin each other. and have
beat occupied and used as ono property: but they will
be sold jointly or separately, as may best suit purchas
lie - will also sell at the - Court House'. in the borough
of Carlisle, on Saturday, the 21st of October, at 1 o'clock
P. M., a tract of Limestone Land, in South Middleton
township, on the south side of the IValnut Bottom road;
adjoining lands of It. it S. Olsen and others, containing
70 acre*, more or less, having thereon erected a two-story
STONE HOUSE, and a neat, new bank Barn.
Terms made known on the day - of sale.
Sept. 13,1854. Adm'r of John Hays. dec'd.
17 - ALUABLE . FARM FOR SALE-
In pursuance of the last Will and Testarbent of
Abram Williams, dee'd, late of Monroe township, Cum
berland county. will be cdTered at public sale on Thurs
day the 12th of October, on the premises: the farm of
said deceased. situate in said township, two and a half
miles from Shepherdstown and three miles from Church
town, bounded by lands of Michael Cockliii, Henry Reif,
John Bmugher and other's. contalnlag2l7, acres. The
improvements are two.,good DW ELI, r
'NO HOUSES. two Barns and all nee- . , , : „..." - 1_
essary out-houses, a good spring of 4 :: 4 ,, -—, :"
water at each house. The Yellow ,f 1: kci,
Breeches creek passes along one side of 1 .„ ,- ...,i' 1 - , 1
the farm. It will be sold in ono, two or three parts:
Sale to commence at 12 o'clock, M., when terms will be
made known by .
MICHAEL COCK - LTI.L , 1 Exec ' s. .
ALEXANDER CATHCART. .
Sop. 0, 1854.
York Ad vocal° And Lancaster Examiner copy and pond
till to this office.
EXECUTOR'S SALE.—WiII be sold
at publican'', Oh the premises, on THURSDAY, the
oth of October next, a small TRACT OF LAND, situate
In West Penusbore township, late the property of An
drew Forbes, deceased. It lies about four miles west of
Carlisle, on the State Road. near PlabitiebLand contains
about 33 acres of first rate Limestone Land. There Is a
well of water on the place, but nu buildings. Sale to
commence at 10 o'clock, A. M., when terms will•bwrniVe
known by HENDERSON,I .
RigHAM) PARKER, f
Democrat copy. 'Sep. 0,435-1,
PUBLIC SALE.—The subscriber will
sell at public sale, on Saturday, the 23d day of
,ept,ontber, 1854, at the Public House of Henry Hurst,
Newville, Cumberland county, Pa., that well known and
beautiful Farm nene - Newville, (formerly owned by .1
Bock, Esq., of Philadelphia.) The Farm:et - attains about
128 acres, 115 acres cultivated land, With 13 acres timber
land, situated on the Big Spring. near the Newville Sta
tion on Cumberland valley Hail lteatl, and 'near the
town of Noivville,nhoutO Milos from Parlisle emit/ miles
front Shippensburg. - The property is a beautiful Limo
Stone Farm with a large and convoni-
mat two-story STONE ROUOIL CAST, , !
HOUSE, with frame- and stone Bank
Barn, Wagon house, Corn Crib, pig-pens, ~•' I
and all necessary out-buildiags,having
near the door a never failing well of
Water, provided near the Barn with the'streant of spring
Water, caused by „Big Spring. There is near tho house a
thriving young Orchard of selected Apple trees,' with a
number of Peaches, Plumbs, Pears, Cherries, and other
fruits. Tho property is desirable for its itmation, build-,
'lnge and nnality of land.
A further description is deemed unnecesitittry., Persona
wishing to purchase' can see the pc\tperty by calling on
Mr. Suavely, on tlmpremlses.
Sale to commence at 2 o'clock on ) l,d day, when terms
'will be made known. Nor further particulars call on
. JOHN E, FOX,
No. 5 South 3d street, Phila.
Sep. 0, 1864.
Real Tstate Safes.
ORPHANS' COURT SALE.---Under
an order of mile from the Orphans' Court of Cum
berland counts' the subscriber will offer et public sale
on the premises , on Saturday, September 2 1, 1; , 54; at 1
o'clock, P. M., the following property, apart of the real
estate of Christian Wolf, deceased:
1. A Tract of Land containing forty-one acres. more or
less, situated in 'North Middleton township. adjednlng
lauds of John Hoover, Henry Snyder, John Bohner, and
the liiTilitro's Gap road. On this Tract
there is a two'-story LOG 1101.1Sil and
a Log Horn, a large and good Shop, , tr'd,
suitable (la , a Wagon-maker or arpen- re '
ter. There are springs of 'water 111'lb - -
several of the fields and near the house. and a number
of fruit trees on the premises. About two acres are In
2. A Tract of about eighty acres. near the ober°. In
Frankfort( township. of which about fifteen acres are
timber land. On this Tract are a-t4e-story LUIi lIUUS I..
with Kitchen, a log Stable mid llog,-pen. There Is a good
spring of water convenient to the house, and ,•ther
springs in the fields. It Is well calculated for a gmhing
or tdock farm. It lies along the' M!Clure's Gap road. ad
joining lands of Armstrong Noble, and the heirs ofJohn
Terms and conditions will be made known on the day
of rah). rEinis 'IOWA RD,
Sep. 0, MI Adin'r of Christian Wolf dee'd.
-FAR M FOR SALE—The subscriber
-offers for sale his Farm, situated in Silver Spring j
township. Cumberland county, about two miles north-
east of the village of Ilogestown, and about five miles
north of Mechanicsburg, on the north side'of the Canno
dtiguinetcreek2adjoining lands of Henry Ewalt and-the
said creek on the south. Benjamin Eberly on the east.
Jacob Denimy on the north and west. It contains 220 A
acres neat mettSure of the black slate 'kind: about it's
acres are cleared and in a high state of rultivntlon.—
Over 3000 bushels of lime have be-en put on the land in
a few ye-ars past, and about 400 panned of new post and
rail fence has been made; the Farm is well supplied with
water. It is an excellent farm to raise stock. and well
I adapted for all kinds of tirain; the remainder is well
timbered. and may nearly all be cleared and cultivated.
Also, a great number of locust trees dispersed through
the fields. The improvements are a
good two story DWELLING HOUSE. .
weather-boarded and painted. A new ! i , -;
Bank Barn, with wagon shed and corn it!!.
crib attached. a new Tenant H 4ouse. 2.siat
and other out-1,1111(101gs. There is also a spring ot ex
cellent water near the house,and n good bearing orclutrd
of various kinds of fruit.
Persons desirous of purchasing n Farm of this kind.
will do well to call upon the subscriber. residing near
the Fairview Iron works, two mile above the Harrisburg
bridge, near the river, or upon Samuel Eshelman, resid
ingnn the Farm.
The - Farrn offered-at-private-mica-until-Satur
day; the Mb, of September, and if not sold, it a ill then
be exposed to public wile on that day, at one o'clock in
Aug. 16-st, FIZEDFAtTeIC MAY.
ABLE FARM FOR SALI,'- - -
On Friday, the 15 of September...lSA, will be sibi
:it public sale at the late residence of John Chisuril, &-
ceased, in Dickinson township, Cumberland countq , y
virtue of the last will and testament of said &wefts ~1,
the MANSION FARM, containing 75 acres, strict niems
ure, of first rate lAmcstono Land, lying mostly on the
north side of the Yellow Breeches Creek. Thu improve
men t tCnrn n two story Log, 1./W FLU N 0
lIOUSE, weathcr-boarded and plaster- Ari,
ed Inside; Lag Barn, corn crib and - Tn.
Wagon shed, spring house, Ac.. with a e l f '`• .
never falling m ell of water at therdeor.
Also, at the MUM time and placii will be sold Three
iota of MOUNTAIN LAND, two of 15 acres and one of
5 acres, well cocered with first rate Chectnut Timber.—
These lots am easy of access. nod within two miles of
the Farm.. Terms of, sale, one half on the first day of
April, 1865, and the balance Id' two equal unntml pay
monts,-without Interest. Sale to commence at 10 o'clock,
A. M., on said day, when attendmire will be gix en by
Aug. 10) 301 IN .T. CIREIN,
Lancaster Examiner copy and send bill to this
NORTH MIDDLETON FA RifAT
PUBLIC SALE.—On TuesdA• the ,21:th of Sep.
tember,lBs4, will bo sold at public sale ' a first rate SLATE
FARM, late the property of Michael :Miller, dee'd. situ
ate In North Middleton , townshim Cumberland county,
near Middlesex, on tho road froth 7:lllddlesex to Sterret's
Gap. about 'throe miles east of Carlisle and half a mile
north of the Harrisburg turnpike. It lies along the ea
nedoguinet Creek, and adjoins farms of Samuel Sadler,.
Samuel War and others. This Farm contain. about
ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTEEN nrroa, of which aleint
fifteen acres are Timber Land,and part of it is line Stead-
ow Land fi , r hay and pasture: There is also upon the
farm a young thriving Orchard. The
Improvements are a good two story , . 0 . ,: - .. - 2 , \ . _
LOG HOUSEand Kitchen with n Mum) AN , „ . -
at the door, a now Bank Barn, Ac.,'";,, l a ,:' r ~,,
Also, at the some time - and place a , i •
Tract of MOUNTAIN LAND,- containing about ae acres.
situate in Carroll township, Perry county. For further
Information inquire of timAtudersignell, living in North
Middleton township. Terms mad ., known on day of sale
by , , 406.E.P1i, MILLER,
Aug. 9, 1854. ' . . r Executor.
IL VALUABLE FARM FOR SALE.
In pursuance of last Will and Testament OrJacob
g l- 11 goy, deed, late of Southampton township, Franklin
county, will be offered at, private 'Fade. the lharnt of the
said dec'd, situated in said township, four Laos west of
Shipponsbnrg end one mike:AO. of Orrstown. The Farm
contains about 11'2 acres of the best quality of limestone
hunk a good proportion of thriving timber. and the bal
ance in a high" state of cultivation. The ImProvements
are a large T W OS T 0 it I 11 11. IC K.
Lk W 1", I,'l, I N uROUSE, Stone Bank . - ~, -- " , "i
Barn. II :team Shed and Cori i Cribs, Ac., -.. • - -.
all in god repair, a well of never fail- ‘,„‘,: ~ ... ?ar -,
lug water and a cistern at the doer.— '•!.. ‘0 , ";':4 44 •`•
Also, two Orchards of choke fruit, &c. This farm Is
pleasantly situated one mile from the thriving village
44 Orrstown, where good stores and mechanics of all
kinds are located. For nlearcuttness of location and rich,
O °SS of ion, the farm is believed to be one of the lest in
the eastern end of Franklin county'. If it should not
be sold before the 20th day of September next, it will.
then be sold at public outcry at 1 o'clock, P. M.
'Persons wishing to view the property will please call
on the subscriber lying near the saute.
..., BAVITI SPENCF,R,
Executor of Jabob Knlsley, dec'd.
Branch Millis. Juno 14, 1854. .
4) EMI AN'S COURT SAL
THURSDAY, the IRtit of September, 1854, by order
of the Orphans' Court of Cumberland county, will be
sold at public &ale on, the premises, on the above named
day, the followingrearestate. late the property of Peter
liniesley, in Silver Swim; township, In said county,
'deceased; to wit:
All that certain plantation or tract of land, situate in
said twp., bounded by lands of Henry, Orissinger, John
flotation, Abraham 'Holmium,' and others, continuing
236 and acne. stria measure. The Improvetueilin
ore a two story LOti 1101'3E, LOG MEN,
TENANT'IIOUSE.Staide, Blacksmith Shop
anti a new -Lime Elio, There is a good as
Well of Water at the mansion farm house. .
and there is running water on the place. • .
Ouo portion of the bind Is Limestone, and.
the other portion of it is"Slato land. About three-fourths
of this land is cleared and in cultivation, the. other
feiwth hi well tlmberod....„..The fences aro good. , The pro
perty lies about, 3 miles north-west of llogestown.
Sale to commencent I o'clock. P.M., on said day, when
the tams 4111 ho made known by
JAMES IRVIN, •
aug. 23, '54. Adm'r. of Peter Knieslcy, deed.
v ALU ABLE FARM FOR SALE.-
The subs`Criber Odors at privntn 'We A NAKSI.
Fltuated In Silver Spring township, Cumberland county,
about a mile from Kingstown, on the Trindlo Spring
road, containing 59 acres of .Limestono Land, nine acres
of which are thriving Woodland, and the remainder in
a good state, of ;cultivation. The. improve
mutts aro a good Log DWELLING
NEw DARN, &T., with a good well of water.
Worms Cn.4h, l'ersons desirous to eramino it,
are requested to' all on - Emanuel • •
on the promises.
Aug. 23. JONAS RUPP.
PEACJIERS WANTED.-L—Two Male
emitour Fellatio Teachers will ho wanted, iii the
different Five Schools, in Hanover borough, duflugthe
ouSuing winter session, which will last th namtlis. The
Oleois to COIIIIIIWICO on tho Ist of October next. ' Appli-
Minns will be received till the'loth of September. Lib.
al wages will be given. For further information apply
11. C. ECKERT,
Hanover Aug. 23-3 t Secretory.
BY YESTERDAY'S MAIL !
LATER PROM EUROPE.
Progress of the 'Eastern Wnr—the Bat
tle °Mars—The Crimean 'Expo- •
dition—beeline in Flour.•
The steamer St.. Louis, from Havre and
SouthamptoO,lmS arrived at New York;brin g
ing London papers to the 30th ult. The
News of a great battle before )'cars,-is :con
firmed, but not the alleged victory of theltus.
sinus. It is described its tk.sa,nguinary but
indeeisive•action, with a loss alive thousand
men on both sides. The conflagration at
Varna was the work of Greek incendiaries,
who were detected at once and instantly slain
• by;othe British , troops. The. loss amounts to •
ten millions of Francs. The magazines and
stores of the allies were Bayed with great dif
ficulty. In the l)obrnduscha seven thousand •
French troops out oft jurteen thousand there,
have died from the cholera. There are also
,melaneli.dy accounts of the -ravages of the
s one distits•t among the allied fleet in the
Baltic. The French troops have re-embar
ked from Boniarstol, and are expected to
make a decent on Finland, west of Helsing.
fors. As regards the expedition to Crithea •
there is nothing positive, but it would proba
bly leave Varna on the 20th of August, con
sisting of seventy-thonsand men in six hun
dred transports. 13arguav D'Hillers, the
the French Generah'is said to have offered
the King of Sweden a subsidy of fourteen
millions of Francs for the first months and
half as much for the following months. to join •
the allies. In the Sweedish,Diet the hrwer
house have proposed a petition to the King.
ashittg that measures be adopted , to prevent
the Aland Isles from returning to the domin
ion of Russia. German papers announce
the approaching conclusion of a treaty ()Wen
' sive and defensive between Austria and the
' the perliminaries • being settled. In
-- Spain flip. governmentlets borrowed sixty-five;,
ntillimis of vials on the security of the Cuban
• revenues. The Queen mother, Christina, has
left Madrid, and is supposed to haVe gone to
'- Lisbon. , • -
Ilreadstuffs have declined in the English
Whig Triumph in Maine!
PORTLAND, Sept. 12.—Mr. Morrill is elect
ed Governor by the people. The Democrats
have not elected a single State Senator, and
but 12 Representatives. A.ll the rest are An
In 12 towns in the
.Fifth Cono - ressional
District, Washburn, to-day, has 37205, and
Blake T)em., 1,312.
The belief here is strong that both Knowl
ton and Milken, Fusionists, are elected to
Congress, in the Third and Sixth districts.
Returns from 107 towns give. Morrell 21,-
000 votes; Reed, Whig, 4694 ;.-Paris Dem.,
10,221:5,„_an,4, Casey, the liquor candidate.
The Fusionists have elected an, the Dem
oerats 6, and KnoNynothings 7 Representa
Cliolern at Columbia.
Cott - mat A, Pa., Sept, •13.—There were for
-4,4F -new cases and fifty deaths of cholera yes
terday. The disease is Still raging, but not
so extensively to-day. •
Tar has been burned in several parts of the
town as a preventative, in hope of purifilng
the atmosphere. The distress and suffering
are beyond description, being principally for
the want of nurses and attendants. , The dead
carpot be buried as fast as required. Near
ly every , person has left the place. It is esti-.
mated 614 out of a population of 5,000 only
fifteen hundred remain. •
There have been no new cases or deaths
of cholera since noon to day, and as there is
a decided improvement in the atmosphere,
strong hopes are now entertained thathe
sense is cheCked. All business is suspended,
and the town almost-deserted.
T.lie Decline lu Breadstuffs.
• NEW YORK, Sept. 13.
, The great fall in the prices of wheat and
flour in the European markets, as reported
by the steamers St. Louis and Niagara, has
produced quite an exciteMent in the street;
every where creating the impression that the
present high prices here' must soon give way.
It is not brobable there ...will be an immedi
ate rea6ion, for the stock on hand just now
is. small, but the conviction is' very general
that if the decline is sustained abroad, it will
be impossible to keep up the prices here, not
withstanding the outcry about the failure - et
the eorn crop.
WEDNESDAY ; Sept. 13.
Ft.ous AND MrAr..—The recent advice
from Europe, by the St. Louis and Niagtira,
(in all one week Inter,) showing .adecline On •
the other side, have caused a dulinesS here,
and were it not for the Very light steek, we
doubt not there would be a decided decline.
As it is, the,market is very much unsettled.
Sniall_sales to-day of Howard street Flourat
$8 75-per bbl—a decline. - Buyers_ geiiertil.
If unwilling to offer this` price. We q , note
City Mills held at $8 25 per bbl. Rye }lour
7 5047 68, and Corn Meal 4 25a54 - 56 per
G RAI* AND SErms.—Wheat has:declined.
About, 17,000 bushels offered; sales of white,
good to prime, at 1 6541. 75, family flour
do. at $1 80 per bushelf red, good to prime;.
at 1 58a$1 70 .per bushel. Corn—About
7000 bushels offered; sales 'of white at 78a
80 cents, and yellow -80 a 82 cents per bushel.
Oats—Aiiont 3000. bushels offered; sales of
Maryland and Virginia at 48a50 cents,-also
Ohio Oats 50a52cents per bushel. Rye:—
Sales of 400 bushels Maryland Rye at $1 08
per bushel, Seeds quiet—Clover 747 12,
Timothy 3 50a$3. 75, and. Flaxseed $.l. 37
per bushel. The above sales of Grain were
made prior to the' receipt of the - Niagara's
adviees. After Wards buyers were unwilling
to offer so much, and the market became nn ,
• settled. .