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On the 18th Inst., by the Rev. B. S. Schnerk; Mr.
DAVID MILLER; of Cumberland Cotinty, to Miss
ELIZABETH. eldest daughter of Jatob Stouffer, E.
At Maglaughlln's Hotel, by the Rev. J.. Fry, on the
18th Inst., Mr. WILLIAM TRW°. to Miss mmtonliET
RITSAW, both of Cumberland county. •
On the 23d inst.: by the Rev. T. N. Hays, Mr. :1011N
FERGUSON, of Baltimore, to Miss ELIZABETH Mc-
CORMICK, of Newburg, Cumberland county.
On the 23d inst., by the Rev. G. W. Showman, Mr.
SANIBEL. D. SMITH, of Churchtown, to Miss MARY
ANN WINHOLTZ, of Plainfield, both of this county.
On Saturday night, 20th lust., HARRY RIME)
youngest sop of Jacobdtheem, in the 6th year of his ag
UNION FIRE COMPANY'S LEC
TIMES.—Tho fifth of a course of Lectures for the
behefit of the: "Union Fire Company," will
• '5- be delivered at MARION lIALL, on TRUES
DAY evening, February Ist,"by
WM 11. MILLER., .14q,
Tickets, admitting three persons to the course
(of Si: Lectures) -
Single. Ticket for the Course
o - to each Lecture - - - - 12;1',
For salo at the door on the on the °coning of the 1.m.,
turn. Doors open at 63,4 o'clock. Lecture to commence
at 7. [jan 31
• ATTENTION ! FAR
MERS.—A meeting of Farmers
and others iuterested in Agrieul
ittre, will he held In the Court Douse, in Carlisle, on
SATURDAY, the lith of February, at 10 o'clock, A. M,
to take measures to form au Agricultural Society for
Cumberland-county. All persons friendly to the object
arc earnestly requested to bo present.
jan3l • ' MANY FARMERS..
SPECTACLES FOUND.—A pair of
SILVER SPECTACLES was picked up last week
on 'th 3 Public Square. The owner can have,thein by
calling at this Office and paying the cost of advertising.
)01fte lk JUST REOEIVED.—Lake
White Fish, a superior article. No's, 1,
2 and 3 lda*erel, also Hominy, Beans and Cranberries,
for see at WILLI.4MB.
EAD QUARTERS, FIRSTBRI
(UDE, 15th Division, Un'd. Militia of Peuu'a.
BRIGADE ORDER NO. 1
I hereby assume command of the Ist Brigade 15th Di
vision Unit d Militia of Pennsylvania having been elec
ted and commissioned Brigade General of said Brigade.
And reposing full confidence in the Integrity patriotism
and military talents of the following named gentlemen,
1 have thought proper to assign' them the following
staff appointments, viz: Col. 11. It. McCulloch Brigade
Major. Capt. Moses Bricker Brigade Quarter Master, and
Col. 11. B. Rebuck Ald-de-eamp. Also Om following
pornumeries, viz Maj. 0 McFarland, Capt G.Crop, Lieut.
Joseph Ramp,and Lieut. Edward Lamonte,Alds-de-camp.
All of whom will be obeyed and respected accordingly.
Brigade General CloWng Brigade
Newburg. Jan 20, ISM. ,
HUSSEY'S REAPER !
NOTICE, TO FARMERS
The undersigned respectfully informs the Farmers of
this and the adjoining counties, that be continues to
manufacture more extensively than over, 0, Ilussey's
celebrated REAPER AND MOWING MACHINE, now
so generally in use, at his shop three quarters of a mile
north of Ilanovor. Farmers wishing to eugage„a Reap
er, or a Reaper and Mower combined, for the next sea
son, am have their orders filled with promptness by
sending them on immediately. The prices of those ma
chines are as follows:
For a Reaper,- - $lOO
For a Reaper and Mower, from - - $lO5 to 12
(M. Address me through the lianorer Post Office,
rock county, Pa. • . CONRAD MOUL.
Fin° Factory filkd and Ground Alum Salt, con-
Omitly on and for sale.
CARR, GIESE & CO,
Flour, Grain and Lumber Commission 'Merchants,
Also, CEMENT and CALCINED PLASTER. Agency
01 the N. A. and Rosendalo Co.
Baltimore, Jan. 22, 1855.
- 1 -I XECUTORS NOTlCE.—Letters
Testamentary having been issued to the subscri
re, under the will ofeleorge A. Lyon Esq., dec'd., late
of the boiough of Carlisle; all persons having clamis
ag dust the estate of the said de •odent, are requested to
a'm known the same, and those indebted, to make
payment without delay to JOHN LYON; Bedford Pa.
ALEX P. LYON, Pittsburg
6t. Jan. 31st '55
ESTATE OF MARTHA BOWMAN
deceased.—Notice is hereby given that letters of
administration on the estate of Martha Bowman, late of
Frani ford township, Cumberland county, deceased, have,
been granted by the Register cf said county to the sub
sc lber residing in the same township. All persons in
de'ited to said estate are required to make Immediate
payment and those having claims to present them for
settlement to JAMES L. McDOWELL,
!A STATE OF SUSANNAII
BRIGHT, DEC'D.—Letters of Administration on
the Estate of Susannah Albright, dec'd., late of East
Ponnsberough township, Cumberland..minty, have
beau issued to the subscriber residing in the same town
ship, to whom all persons having claims against the
said estate will present them for settlement and those
indebted make payment.
Jan. 21, 1855 MICHAEL ALBRIGHT, Aduer.
VII & BUCKWHEAT FLOUR,
An sacks for family use. Also, Cranberries, Homi
ny, Beans, Sre just received at the Family armory of
Jan 10 J. I). HALBERT.
FAMILY COAL.-500 Tons Lyken's
Valley 'Coal, broken and Screened, prepared ex
pressly for family use, receiving and for sale by
Jan.l7 3m W. B. MURILAY,Agt.
.Tous Lyken's Valley Nut Coal, a superior article
receiving and for sale by
• Janlo 3m
N EW GOODS.—The subscriber hay
ingjuet received from Philadelphia a frech sup
ply of SEASONABLE GOODS, will divots° of them at a
very low mark. 31. SNODGRASS.
Carlivie, Jan. 17, 1855. .
FOlt RENT.-A STORE ROOM' &
RWELLING HOUSE, in East' High street., a few
ours below the oornor of Market Square. The store
room Is large and will bear dividing into two If neces
sary, and is ono of the best stands for business in Car
'January 17, 1885 ANN
~ 8. ALEXANIDER.
TO LET.—The property situate on
Main Street, near the Railroad bridge, late the
property of James Thompson, deed., is offered FOR
RENT from the Ist of April next. For terms enquire of
. Carlisle, Jan. 17,1853-3 t IL SAXTON.
OR RENT.—The subscriber offers
her rent the STORE ROOM now occupied by Sam
uel Elliott as a Drug . fitore, and the Dwelling at
tached,xituate on Main Street, Carlitle, Pa.,„one
4411 .d00r from the public square, and next to the store
of 0. W. Hither.
Also, the MELLING HOUSE In the row commonly
known as "Harper's Row, now occupied by the Misses
Also, tho DWELLING HOUSE in tho row aforesaid,
now occupied by \V. W. headier. Possession of each
glean on tho Ist day of April nest
Carlisle, January 10,1855,
RATTINESS rt - HAPPINESS !I
WHAT CAN MAKE US 'HAM'?
Lie iu three words—Math, Peace, and Couhmtanco..,
But when we have pains, affliction or anguish of die ,
eases, is not our pleasure, our joy, and our. happiness
thereby destroyed? Why let our sick fellow-being
t'or? Does not Christ say: "With the same measure ye
mete, It shall he measured to you again?"—Mat. 7,
"Who is as iv tee man and endowed with knowledge' a
mong, you, let him show out of a good conversation his
works with meekness and wisdom."--.Nauss 3, 13.
SURCIEBY AND MEDICINE.—Doctor. P. C. CARD
DEB, Surgeon and Physician, who is Botanist and
Physiologist, and is dr:Moat° of our best Medical Colle•
gee, and has made himself acquainted with all the vari-
MIS systems of Medical Science and with the recent
discoveries and' Improvements in the various depart
minas of the Healing Arts. faithfully attends to order
for Surgical and Medical Aid. and whose medicines ar e
all made or composed strictly in accordance; with th e
Sciences of Pathology. Botany, llydropathy and Physic
ology; and whose medicines are all composad of whole-
SOlllO roots. plants, and hydroprithy, good in all diseases,
and to whom the afflicted are invited to apply timely.
• Ills Character by Respectable Neighbors, &c.
Bloomfield, August 200,1551.
DR. CARDDER being well acquainted with the re
cent French discoveries, with their new and safe modes
of treatment, and the speedy and certain re 1111 l dies and
cures for Dyspepsia, Liver Complaints. Dysentery, t'hol
era Morbus and all Complaints of the BoWels and Stom
ach; Superior Remedies for the prevention and cure of
Asiatic Cholera. Remedies tbr all the defects and dis
eases of the Generative Organs and reproductive econo
my in men and women; Remedies for Insanity; certain
and timely cures for all Consumptions, Impotence, Ster
ility. Sexual Abuses, Vedereal Diseases in all their forms:
Suppressions and other delicate female complaints. All
there-remedies emanate- from the-most noble science el
Botany and livdropathy combined, (but no pi 4son.)—
"Ileal all manlier of sickness and ail. 111/1111111r of 'disease:
New Testament. "It is for healing that Christ commen
ded' the Samaritan.—Luke. 10, 33 to 37, and with com
mon means. "Prove all things, hold fast that which is
good."—lst. Thessalonians. 5, 21. "Therefore let us be
ware of laying up what wo should' lay out for health.
for there is that senttereth and yet increased' '
is that withholdetli more than is meet, hut it tendeth."
Proverbs, 11, 24.
The different medicines and their directions will Is ,
sent to the afflicted In any direction by mall or express.
Address Dr. P. C. CARDDElLCarlisle,Ctimberland coun
ty, Pa., post paid, and the fee $1 always accompanying
the letter, with the order, together with a description o.
the feelings and the symptoms of the complaints of the
afflicted inclosed. It is this system of Medical &fence
the Books and the modes of cure only, which Dr. Chrd
der employs that allow of medicines entirely made or
composed of Wholesome Roots, Plants, and ilydropathy,
good in all diseases, (no poison), and which ran make
speedy and certain remedies and cures for "all manner
of sickness and all manner of disease," and which sur
pass all -tither medical means in point of goodness, be
yond all bounds of comnarisen." OFFICE - 146 i n -in k -ME
C. Fleagor, East Pomfret street, near South Ilanover.
Carlisle, Pa. Testimonials from numerous persons of
the highest respectability in this and the adjoining
counties, give authentic evidence of - the goodness of
Dr. Cardder's character, and can be seen at his office.
N. 11. The afflicted can receive superior medicines and
the directions for their use by the first return of mail or '
express.. If interviews he desired, or visits requested.
Dr. C. will endeavour to accommodate applicants sitar
as he can. The Doctor speaks the English and the Ger
man Languages, etc. [ Jun. 17, 1855
,IDR V Goiii N EW STORE &
N EW DOODSl—'flie un
dersigned is now opening in the store wont of William.
Leonard, on the corner of Hanover and Louther streets,
in the Borough of Carlisle. a large and general assort
ment. of STAPLE' AND FANCY DRY GOODS, embrac
ing airiest every kind and variety of goods adaated to
this market, together with au assortment of GROCE
RIES. Ills stock lutv Mg been nearly all purchased within
the last two weeks, buyers will have the advantage of
selecting front a FRESH STOCK, as well as of the late
decline In the price of many articles. Ile will be happy
to exhibit his goods to all who may favor . him with a
call, and pledges himself to sell every article as low or
lower than they can be purchased elsewhere.
Carlisle, Nov. 16, 185-L ROBERT DICK.
SELLIN(I OFF AT COST.—The sub
scriber intending to change his business, has com
menced selling Off his large and splendid stock•ef Winter
Goods at cost for cash. Most of this stock has be pur
chased this fall, in New York and 'Philadelphia, at the
lowest cash prices•. Piirchasers can therefore save money
by calling soon, and at the same time have the largest
and best stock of goods to select from, in the town or
county. In this stock will be found some fresh
CLOTHES, Cassitners, Cassinets, Vestings, Superior
white, red and yellow Flannels; red, green, blue, drab
and grey Sack Flannels; Ribbons and Flowers; elegant
new styles barred Cashmere, De Laines and De Borges;
French Merinos, Paramettas and Alpachas ;.elegant Bro•
chn and Blanket SHAWLS, Ladies, Cloths and Silk
Velvet for Mantles, Calicoes, Ginghams, Ac.—
Also, a large and .need stock of BOOTS AND SHOES, a
lot of new and well matte CLOTHING.
Now is the thhe to gut goods cheap. All are invited
o call and examine for themselves.
ELLING OF AT COST !
BARGAINS! BARGAINS! BARGAINS!
r lita subscribers, intending to leave this place; offer
their entire stock of DRY GOODS AND GROCERIES at
first rest. It conslsts of
LADIES' DRESS GOODS.—Fine all wool Delaines and
Casluneres, De lieges, From& Merinoes,
Black and Fancy
Dress Silks, handsome Dulaines from 8 to 20 cents per
EMBRGIDERIES,;;A largo assortment of Swiss and
Jaconet Spencers, Undersleeves, Collars, litifilings Edg
ings, Insertings, Sze. Mounting Spencers and Cellars,
and Embroidered Linen Cambric Ilandkeratiefs.
hi AWLS::—llandsome Ismg and . Square Black, Figured
and 'MINA Shawls.
DOMESTICS.—CIoths. Cast:lmams, Sattinotts„ Ken
tucky. Jen 11K, n says, . M ns, Cali
coes, Flannels, &c. Ac.
Also, a large assortment of Gloves, Cotton, Cashmere,
and Woollen Hose, Cloth Caps, Blankets, Ac.
OItOCEIIIES.—Sugar, Coffee, Molasses, Spices, Ac.
We Invite one and all to come and examine our stock,
as now Is the time to purchase cheap goods.
WEISE 4k. CAMPBELL.
S, W. Corner of N. Hanover and Loud/or streets.
Nov. 29, 1854.
W. B. MURRAY, Agt.
2000 TONS LIME AND
Aikoc - `
.„; *%\it STOVE COAL, now on hand and
••• , fi 7' receiving at - the following prices:
Dauphin Limo Coal - - $5O to 800
" Stove, • 3 00 to 450.
Lykens Valtby Lime, - -375t0 4 00
" • Stove - - - 4 00 to 4 75
Pine Grove Lime - 3 75 to 4 00
Stove 4 50 to 5 00
Pittston Stove Coal - -500 to 5 50
Blacksmith's Coal, per, bushel, - 72 to 25cts.
imAlso LUMBER of all kinds. Common Boardsuad
Scantling from $lll to $lB per 100 feet. First Common
and Panel according to quality.
depl3;72m S. M. IIOOV 41. ,
LACKSMITH'S COAL. - 5,000
Bqshols Blacksmith's Coal, a first rate mild° roc
to ding and for salt by
Jital7 am . W. B. MURRAY, Agt.
A, . • , TO. THE LADIES.4—W© are
now selling at great Bargains d very largo
and handsome stock of Worked Sponeors,Col
.,,ft..e tars, Sleeves, Jaronot and Swiss Edgings and
Insertings. Pall soon as wo are determined
`0 sell cheap. WEISE k .CAMPBELL.
'Ronson's whole ploasure, all thojoyn of seßno,
Copy of a letter from the Rev.'o. li. Leinbach
11. IL Etter, of the Warm Springs. Respected Fir:—Al"
low me to introduce to your friendly notice, Dr. CARD
DER of New York. I have known Dr. C. for sixteen
years, he has done business for me with sobriety, hon-
esty and with accuracy; therefore I do believe him to
be perfectly sober, honest aud trustworthy. Any favors
you may see proper to confer on him, will be highly op=
preciated by his .numerous friends, and by none more
highly than your sincere friend and humble servant.
Cr 11., LIEN BACH.
Landisburg, Pa., July 15th, 1851.
Copy of a l'etter from fleorge Spahr, Esq., County
Treasurer.-1 do certify that the medical advice of Dr.
P. C. Cardder has surpassed any other which I have
hitherto had in the cure of severe fever in my flintily.—
I would therefore recommend him to such persons °who
may be afflicted with aforesaid disease or otherwise.
Carlisle, Vet.. 20, 1851
VALUABLE TOWN LOTS AT
TRUSTEE'S SALE: By virtue of an order of the
Jrphans' Court of CSnibCrland county, the undersigned
%%111 expose to public sale, on the premises, on SATUR
DAY, the 17th of February, 1855, at 2 o'clock' I'. 51., all
that desirable Town Lot, commonly kitcwn as POPLAR
LCT, situate at the south west end of Hanover Street,
in the borough of Carlisle, containing about TWO A
CR,ES, bounded by said street, the Walnut Bottom
Road, a lot of P. Phillips' heirs tout by South street. .
The terms of sale will be ten per cent. of the purehnse
money on the day of sale, one-iburth on the confirma
tion of the s:,(le, and the balance to be secured by mort
:gages orjettent bonds, or both, its the Trustee may
deem advisa ile: conditioned for the payment of the
interest there4 , semi-annually to Mrs. Elizabeth Dwin,
and the principal at, her decease to her heirs at law, or
to those who may be entitled thereto. Attendance will
he given by the undersigned, Trustee under the will of
Thomas Hagan, dec'd.
Carlisle, Jan. 24. 1855. JACOB SIIIIOSI.
•,,,.„: ,VALUABLE T 0 W N
„„,:..c.: •-,., PROPERTY AT PRIVATE SALE.
.. 4 "-I , ;! • ' . The subscriber will sell at private sale,
.'"...%;: . . 3 that valuable business stand on the cor
,l-• ' '3-..:.:.': ner of Hanover and Louther streets, In
Carlisle, Pa. The lot is3o feet front by 210 feet In depth.
There Is a largo TILEEE STORY STONE PLASTERED
HOUSE, well finished, a large yard and garden, and
every thing necessary to make it comfortable and con
venient residence. For tc s rms enquire of
J. FETTER. -
Cellist°, Dee'r. 20. 1854.
TWO SPLENDID FARMS FOR
SALE.—The subscriber will sell at prlvatesale the
two followilut described farms, to wit:
No. I—ls situated ,north-west of Carlisle, adjoining
the ( inhabited part of traid Borough, containing ONE
11,13NDREif AND FORTY ACRES of first rate Lime
stone Land, having thereon erected a new largo BANE
.BARN, a large HAY HOUSE, a comfortable CATTLE
aiTABLE, Ac. Also, a comfortable DWELLING
HOUSE, and other out-buildings. The land Is in
a high state of cultivation and all under good
post and rail fence. It is bounded on the north by the
heirs of Samuel Alexander, deed., on the oast by John
Noble, Wm. D. Seymour and others. on the west by Jun.
Moore, David Grier, Ac., and on the south by the public
road leading from Carlisle to Waggoner's bridge.
No. 2.—ls situated in North Middleton township,
miles from Carlisle, on the Harrisburg and Carlisle
turnpike road, about I miles from Middlesex Mills,
bounded as follows: on the north by the Cunodoguiuet
Creek, on the .west by Irvine's heirs, on the East by J.
Noble and Jesse Zeigler. and on the south by Abraham
Hetrick and the Harrisburg turnpike road, containing
TWO Hi/MIRED AND TWENTY-FIVE ACRES, abtut
lee acres of Limestone - and the residue Is black slate,
about 160 acres of this tract cleared. under good fence,_
and In 'grwrd State of cultivation, the balance is very
heavy timber. A large portion of the farm is meadow
land. The improvements are a large STONE DWEL
LING HOUSE a large LOG AND FRA3II: BARN„a
stone Spring House and other out-buildings, an Apple
Orchard and a large quantity of other fruit treek.
No. 3.—ls a small tract of . land about? „ ! mile west of
No 1., on the Baker road leading from Carlisle to Wag
goner's bridge, containing TWENTY•SIX ACRES of first
rate limestone land. bounded by said road on the north,
by John Noble on the, south, by BroWn's heirs on the
east, anti by Baker on the west. The subscriber will
also sell a number of OUT LOTS "to suit purchasers.—
The alaive described property will be sold on reasonable ,
terms. ARMSTRONG NOBLE.
Carlisle. January 10, 1554.
IST •OF SALES OF I'FIESONAL
PROPERTY BY IVM. C. HOUSER, Auctioneer.
January 28—Elizabeth Aughinhaugh,
" 26 Do.
• 31—Samuel Etter.
February c -Peter 31ITTer. •
" 9—John Kim)Ms.
" 10—Samuel Smith.
" 12—John Ditmer.
" 13—Elizabeth liuucbarger. ,
" 14—Michael Dawson.
" 16-4:corge Itupp.
" 17—Christian Mime.
" 19—John F.•littrah.
" • 20—Samuel King. Deceased.
" 21-IVlillam Porter.
" 22—Jacob Longenecker.
" 24—John L. Sadler.
" 26-4.lcorge L. Lichtenbarger. .
" 27—John F.arhart.
" 28—Jacob Shelly.
March I—Adam (llbler.
" 2—Joseph Staytuan.
" 3—David Williams. ,
• B—Andrew Sense:flan..
" 6—John Duffee.
" 7—Abraham Sulenbarger.
" 9—John Brandt.
" 10— Do. Do
• I'2—Henry Wilt.
13—Dr. It. G. Young.
" 14.---James MeLure.
" I:l—John Houser.
" 16—Samuel She pp.
" 17—Williams Ilrownowell..,
" 21—Samuel Albright
" 22—Jacob Erfort.
24-4 . . 11. Mem.
'• 27—Henry Landes.
" 28—Joseph Black.
• 29-r John F. Sphr.
44 30 o [Jan 17. 1853
W B . J. B. MARCHISI'S CELE
RATED CATIIOLICON, FOR TILE RELIEF
ebRE OF SUFFERING FEMALES. •
It stands preleminent for Its
curative powers !WWII' the dis
eases for which it is recom
mended, usually called FE
MALE COMPLAINTS. Of
these are Prolapsus Uteri, or
Felling of the Womb; Finer
Albus, or Whites; Chronic In
flammation and Ulceration Of
the Womb; Incidental limner
rhage, or Flooding; Painful
Suppressed. it Irregular Men
struation. &c., with all their
accompanying evils, (Cancer
excepted.) no matter how Ft
vero or of how long standing.
This medicine has never
been Intrmlnceil by empty puffs, and misrepresentations,
nor Is it Intended that its present popularity shall be
sustained by any medium but Its merits and the appro
bation of the public
NOTICE TO THE-lINFORTUNATE FEMALE
I feel - it a duty Incumbent upon myself to declare
publicly the great blessing Dr.' IllarchisPs Uterine Ca
tholicon has proved to mu.. For two years my health
was miserable; I was ahnost unable to walk. Physi
cians pronounced my case falling of the womb, exten
sive .ulcerations, commencing with fluor albus. The
pains. irritation, i.rostration, Ac., rendered Weft burden.
In this miserable condition, Dr. F. P. Newland room
mehded Dr. March'sPs o Utpyine Catholicon. After tak
ing four bottles I find myself in perfect health. Grati
tude for my restoration makes me ardently desire that
all my sex, alike unfortunate, may find sure relief from
this Inestimable medicine.
ELIZABETH A. NEWLAND,
No. 10 West-et., Utica, N. Y
The above statement I know to be true.
F. P. NEWLAND, M. D., Utica, N. Y
I have no hesitalion in saying, Dr. Marchisi's Uterine
Catholicon Invaluable in uterine diseases generally.
I have used it in Fluor Albus, Amenorrhoea, Prolapsus
Uteri, and In cases of extensive ulceration of the vagina
and os uteri. It is worthy of the notice of the Faculty.
JOIN C..ORRICII, M. D., Baltimore, Md.
Let all interested call and obtain a, pamphlet (free)
containing ample proof, from the most respectable
sources, of the beneficial results of its use; together
with le tters from highly experienced Physicians, who
have used It In their practice, and speak from their own
Kieryxn, Druggist, South Hanover street,
solo Agent for Carlisle, Pa.
J. 11. MARCH'S! & CO., Proprietors, 1, ,
Central Depot, 304 Broadway, N. 1 3
.Januiiry 24, 1855-Gm
MOUS. DE BEGES.—Just received
another lot of Cheap Do Boss, Dolalnea and Par-
Entattnclotha. [notrlsl •O. W. lIITNEIt..
Xenf (fstitte Safes
91111 E GREEK.LAArE! BACCHANTE,
VENUS, FLORA, 11Enz, and the DANCING GIDL.—
The abovb celebrated Statues, together with 15 STATh
hTTES IN BRONZE, and several Hundred Magnificent
OIL PAINTINGS,form the collection of prizes to be dis
tributed among the members of the Cosmopolitan Art
Association at the first annual distribution, in January
THE COSMOPOLITAN ART AND LITERARY ASFO
CIATION, ormtnized fur the encouragement and general
diffusion of Literatpre and the Fine Arts on a ❑uw and
This popular Art Association is designed to encourage
and popularize the Fine Arts, and disseminate, whole
some Literature throughout the country. A Gallery of
Art is permanently founded, and will contain a vatted le
collection of Paintings and Statuary for the non nal dis
tribution of each year. The best Literature of the day
will be issued to subscril ers, consisting of the popular
Monthly :Magazines, Reviews, Ac.
The Committee of Management have the pleasure of
announcing that the First Annual Distribution w ill take
place In January next, on which occasion there will be
distributed or allotted to members, several hundred
works of Art, among which is the original and world re
nowned statue of the GREEK SLAVE, by Ilinina rowels,
costing over five thousand dollars, together with the
beautiful Statues of Venus, Bacchante, I tele, Flora, and
the Dancing Girl; and 15 Statuettes in Bronze, import
ed from Paris; also, a large collection of Oil Paintings,
comprising some of the best productions of celebrated
American and Foreign'Artists.
The Literature issued to subscribers consists of the
following Monthly Magazines: Harpers Putnam 's Knick
erbocker, Blackwood's, Grahain's. Magazine of A rt,mud
(lodey's Lady's Book, and the Quarterly Itet le-s re
printed in New York: Edinburg, Westminster, London
Quarterly and North British.
PLAN FOR THE CURRENT YEAR
The payment of three dollars constitutes any one a
member of this Association, and entitles him to either
one of the above Magazines for one year, and also to'n
ticket in distrilmtion of the , tqatuary and Paintings,
which are to be allotted to . members in January.
Persons taking tivC memberships. are entitled to any
five or tho Magazines one year, and to six ticket:: in the
Persons on becoming ntemters can hare their Maga
zine commence with any month they choose, nod rely on
its beillg mailed to them pr,mptly on the first of e‘ cry
month, direct from the New York and Philadelphia Pub
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Books open to receiver:runes at the Eastern Office. New
York, or Western office, Sandusky.
The Gallery of Art is heated at Sandusky. (the West
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splendid collection of Statuary and Paintings are e 3 . 4.
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selves, and are at the seine time euccuragingtluiartistl
of the country, disbursing thousands of dk,ldis
its agency. c
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the Fine Acts, but disseminates sterling Literature
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and attractive. by the aid of Sculpture. Paintings. and
the best reading matter a Well the aide range of Anwri ,
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office.) C. L. DERBY, Actuary (' A. A L. A.
TO TIIE FRIENDS OF ART
The Ct mtpittce of Management of the Cesmopolitm
Art Association.leing desirous of extemling the benefit
of the institution to et Cry port ion of the United States
wish to appoint some responsible persons as 11...r0mr,
Focretaries in cities and towns where not.e sh catty al -
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C. L Actuary C. A. A L. A.
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THE FARM JOURNAL FOR 1856.
EDITED BY J r L. DARLINGTON.
Assisted by a corps of the best practical farmers in
Pennsylvania. The Fifth Volume of the FARM JOUR
NAL will commence January 1, 1855. Each number
will contain Thirty.two or more Super Royal Octavo
pages, printed on supericr paper, with new type. mat
yo be tilled with the best AURICULTuftAL READING,
original and selected, that can be produced. The Editor
and his assistants are determined to repder this the
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terly discard all theories not attested by PRACTICAL
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hest limners in Pennsylvania, New Jersey. Delaware and
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11.LUSTItATIONS.—Each number will contain seve
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Implements, Choice Fruits, ke.
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STARTLING, BUT TRUE!
WHAT EVERY WOMAN SHOULD KNOW,
Dots , often it happens., that the wife lingern from
year to year in that pitiable condition an not 'yen
for one day to feel the happy and exhilarating flu
cline incident to the enjoyment, of health
TILE BLOOMING BRIDE, ,
Bid a few years ago in the flush of health and youth,
o and buy vato of spirits, rapidly, and apparently in
ox plieobiy, becomes a feeble, sickly,
tated wife, with frame emaciated, nerves unstrung,
,spirits depressed, countenance bearing the impress
of atifferinF, nod an utter physkial and mental priin
tration, arising from ignorance of the simplest and
ploinest rules of health as connected with the mar
riage state, the' violation of which entails diseru , e,
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HEREDITARY COMPLAINTS UPON THE CHILDREN
" UNIT, THE Tlllitb AND PODIUM onxra.vri ON,"
Tratotodttlttor CONSUMPTION, SCROFULA.
lIVPOCIIONDRIA, INSANITY, GOUT,
KING'S EVIL, and other and
worse Dist /them, no
1 , 1:01 THE PA RENTS
" And most this continne? ?dust this he? is there no
retm•dy ? NO relief? No hope?"
The remedy is,..bv knowing the causes and neulding
them, and knnwillg. the remedies, and benefiting by tin 11l
These are pointed out in
THE MARRIED WOMAN'S
PRIVATE MEDICAL COMPANION,
BY NI A. M. 11AURICEAU,
PROFM , oIt OF DISEA2E , ..I OP WOME.X.
One Ifundeedilt Edition, (500,000), ISiten , pp. 250.
[os MY: PAVER, EXTRA M ATOM, $1.00.)
_A tttandard work of established reputation. round claqsed
In the entalogoex of thy great (rad° sales in Nev York
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in 1847, since which time
FIVE HUNDRED THOUSAND COPIES
have been sold, of which there were upwards of
ONE IIIiNDEED THOUSAND SENT BY . MAIL,
attesting the high estimation in whlCh it is hold 00 a fo'
liable popular Medial
1.100 K FOR EVE.ftY PF. 31 L
thn author having devoted his exclusive attention to the
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' Which he is yearly eonsulted by thou.:an& both in per•oi
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Here every woman can discover, bY comparing her ,wn
.ytupttuns with those described, the nature, character
causes of, and the proper remedies for, her complaint.;
Tho wife about becoming a Mother has Mien need
instructiz;n and odelee of the utmost Iniportanne to hri
future health, in respect to which her sensitiveness for
bids consulting a medical gentleman, will find ouch in
sin:teflon and advice, 4 and also explain many symptoms
which othern•ii:e * hold occasion anxiety or alarm as nil
the peculiarities incident to her situation are described
Ilow Jnany are suffering from obstructions or irreginim,
likes peculiar to the female system, which undermine lbw
. health, the effects of which they are ignorant, and for
which their delicacy forbids seeking medical ads ice.
Many suffering from prolaptu3 uteri (falling of the womb).
or from fluor alias (weakness, debility, &c.) Many o,e
In constant agony for many months preceding carillon
went Many have difficult If not dangemus delitetirs,
and blow and uncertain i4coreries. Some whose liven nre
hararded during such time, will each lira' In RA paps tko
means of prec4ntiork, amelioration and relief.
It is of coups impracticable to convey fully the vinous
Subjects treated of, as they are of a nature strictly In
tended for the married or those contemplating marriage
Reader, aro you a husband•or a rather? a wife or
mother? Hare you the sincere welfare of those you lore
It heart? Prove your sincerity, and lose no time in
learning what nausea interfere with their health and hair.
pines') not lean than your own. It will avoid to you and
yours, as It has to thousands, many a day of pain and
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mind for its ordinary avocation. and exhausting those
means for medical attendance, medlejnes and advertised
nostrums which otherwise would provide for declining
years, tho infirmities of age and the prober ettnc.stion of
In consequence of the universal popularity of the work,
Its evidenced by its extraordinary sale ' various imposi
tions have been attempted, as' well on booksellers as on
the public, y imitatious of title page, spurious oditio
and surrept tious infringements of copyright, and - other
devices and deceptions, it has been found necessary,
therefore, to . .
CAUTION THE PUBLIC
to buy no book unless the words Dr. A. M. Itatnaceso,
129 liberty Street, N. Y. Is on (and the entry In the
Clerk's Office on the back of) the tithi page ; and buy
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aro- II pon receipt of Ono Dollar "TUE MAR
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PANION" is sent (maika frm) to any part of the
United States, the Canada. and British Provinces.
All letters must be post-paid, and addressed to Dr.
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Publishing Office, No. 129 Liberty Street, New-
4u U 0
HERE IS WHAT
you NEED AT PRESENT.
—The subscriber respectful.
ly informs the ladies and
.zentlemen of Carlisle and
ieinity that ho has now on
hand at his Hair Dressing
And Shaving Room on Nest
.street. an elegant assortnint
of LADIES BRAIDS and
Hentlemen's W GIS, and can
furnish to enter at shortest
Mice every kind of Hair
•.Vork of the lest quality.
itu alsolegs..leave to in
l..;rou his friends and custo
mers that ho keeps colistau
. ...nom a supply m • Hienansagner," amathol
ralde Wash for the hair, manufactured by himself. The
excellence of this Tonic is testlgod to by all of his ens
toniers who hove used it to be one of the test articles
known for cleansing the hair of dandruff. lie also man
ufactures a Hair Restorative, known as the "Cerashee
num." for giving now growth to the hair on Laid heads.
Ample testimony exists of the efficacy of this excellent
Restorative. While the Shemansagner clears the hair
of dandruff and prevents it from coining out, the Co
rasheenum supplies a new growth to those who hays
bad the misfortune to lose their hair. The public is ha-
Idled to call, examine and purchase these invaluable
articles, as. be Is confident they will render satisfaction.
SHAVING, HAIR messiNG, and CUTTING, and
SHAMPOONING attended to in the best style as UMW,
at his old rooms on West Main Street. near Marion nat.
Carlisle, Dec. 27, 1h54, WM. num Eps
11.)RUGS AND CONFECTIONAItY.
Tito undersigned has just returned from Philo.
if ith a freslf supply of DRUGS and CONFECTIONARY.—
The former In connection with his stock on band will
make his assortment of Drugs, Medicines and Chemicals
complete. Ills assortment of CONFECTIONARY Is Ore
fine; consisting of pure sugar white and transparent
Candy Toys; Candy, common, snorted, and fine Candies
of every variety; also Fruits, Nuts,and every thing
belonging to that department of trade. Ile would tall
si a tel attention to his supply of FANCY ARTICLES
.for the litlidays, and general use, among wille4 may be
found the good, the tasteful, and the usefaal. MI me
invited to call whether they- b
wlsh to numb; se
EFFE or not.
.J. KIR. '
Carlisle, Dee,r ,64 . , ._._ . _
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