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Carlisle France Marfiet
REPORTED FOR THE HERALD
C trlisle, Wecluesday Moruing, Aug. l 5
FLOUR Superfine, per bbl
do Extra, do
do Faniii? -1 .411)
WIIEAT per bushel
11 1. I)
MosDAy Ev!NtNG, Aug 13
FLOUtt. AND MEAL. , ---No change in the Jri+
market. Sales on Saturday of 300 bbls nI
$8,75. Sales this morning of 700 bbls How
ard street nt. $8,75. No sales of City Mills
to-day, it being held above the views of buyers
who are offering $8,50, while buyers contend
for $8,75. Sales since early 'change of 1200
bhla City Mills at $8,50 per bbl, cash. 11y(
Flour—No sales to day, holders asking 7,50 a
$7,75 per bbl. Corn Meal—No transactions
Country is held at $4,50, and city manufac
tared at $1.75 per bbl.
GRAlN.—Wilent—Market hoary. About 21,
000 bushels offered. We quote fair to good
white at 1,80a51,110, good to prime do at 1,91
a 51,95, fair to good reds at 1,70a51,80, an , '
prime do. at $1,85 per bushel. Corn—Market
quiet About 0.300 bushels offered to-dayt
sales of white at 90a93 cents, yellow at 93a94
cents p't , r pushel. Rye—Sales of 000 bushel:
new Maryland at 105 a $1 08. We quoit
Pennsylvania at 1 12 a $1 15 per bushel.—
Oats—about 6000 bushels offered to-day.—
Sales of good new Maryland at 46 a4B Cet•ts,
heated do. at 40 cents-50 cents was offereo
and refused for a very priMe lot of new Oats.
el RAIN DRILLS FOB 1855.
1 - , MOOR'S PATENT ORM .t SEED PLANTER.
FO - r
planting Wheat, Rye, Oats, Indian Corn. Timothy.
seed, de. The operation of this machine has been high
ly satisfactory and successful wherever introduced and
tented. Notw hstanding the great eumpetition in the
manufacture and varied inventions of this impottant
agricultural implement, •• Moore's Patent" continues t.
maintain its superiority over all others now known to
Its principal points recommending it are, Ist. Its du
rability. 2d. Its perfect simplicity of construrtion.
The easy manner Of regulating the machine to sow any
desired quantity of grain to the acre. 4th. The exact
ness with which It distributes the seed, operating e
qually well on uneven or sliding grounds as on the le
vel surface. sth. The easy draught, being about 25 per
cent. less than any other seeding machine now in use.
The undersigned begs leave to inform the farmers of
Cumberland enmity, that he is authorized by the man
ufacturer to sell the above drill. All orders suit be
promptly attended to and full satisfaction given, by
calling upon, or Ni citing to meat Carlisle. Send in your
August S '55 J. A RMSTRONO.
F ARMERS LOOK II I; RE!
The subscribers desire to inform farmers and public
genet ally that they 111 - PW ha co on hand and are constant
ly manufacturing Threshing Mitchinbs with Pierpont's
Patent Shaker, which are generally acknowledged to be
the best articles now in use. Also a variety of Clover
Hullers. Corn Sheller:: and Straw ('utters. They also
attom, to the repairing of Agricultural Machinery in
the best manner and ou reasonable terms. Mann "av
iary on North Hannover Street, directly opposite the
residence of George Metzger, Esq.
August 9'55. ABIUMS elt PLANK.
Olt S kLE.—An Interest or the
whole of the Wrightsville Foundry fur Sale,—slt
tilted in Wrightqvile, York county, Pennsylvania, well
estAldishod. and doin g a good business, ono of the best
locations in the State fur a Foundry. The proprietors
not living in the place, cannot give that attention to
the business that it ought to have—propose now to sell
au interest or the whole of the establishment on easy
terms. Apply to, or address Wm. W. Wolf, Manchester,
York county, l'a; or Edmund Wolf, 126 Pratt Street,
August. 8'55 W. W. WOLFS CO.
-- CARLISLE FOUNDRY
Mii*t 0 AND MACHINE SHOP
wt., The subscriber has the satisfaction of In
s !tom forming his old friends and patrons that
his establishment is vain in active op.
yr% n, new buildings having been erected since the bit,
digs trout; fire and the whole establishment put in coin
plete working miler. Orders are therefore respeetfull.
solicited for work in his line, which will be done witi
promptness and In the best manner.
STEAM ENGINES BUILT TO ORDER
and repaired. All kinds of Machinery in Paper Mill-
Grist Mills and Factories repaired at short notice. Mil
Spindles dressed and turned. •
HORSE POWERS and THRESHING MACHINES
such as Bevil Gear Four Horse Power, Horizontal Gus
Four Horse end Two Horse Powers, Ploughs, Corn Shot
lent and Crushers, the. Patterns umite to order. Iron an.
Brass CASTINGS executed to order, if not on hand. a
the shortest notice, such as Cronks and Mill Gearing
Spur and Bevil Wheels. Gudgeons for Saw Mills, PION
Castings, Cutters, Point Shears, Wagon and Coach Box
es, Spindles. Car Wheels, Car Chairs, itc. lie has ale
on hand a large supply of Philadelphia and Troy COOS
ING sTorEs, and Is constantly making Cooking Stove
of various improved patterns for coal or wood, ten plat.
Stoves, Grates. &e. Repairing dune to all kinds of Ma
chinery. AU kinds of old Iron, Brass and Copper takes
in exchange for work
SUPER PHoSPHATE OF LIME.
AN IMPROVED ARTICLE.
Tha subscriber informs Dealers and Farmers that ho he
greatly • Improved the quality of his SUPER P110:-
LOUTH OF LIME, and now confidently recommend
the article manufactured by him, as SUPEInOII to any Ii
the market. Yon are invited to call, examine and tr
It. Ale.' PERUVIAN AN)) MEXICAN GUANO, OIP
DANDLES, SOAP, Ac. At the lowest market rates.
JNO. L. POMEROY,
Successor to ThOS. W' Morgan,
• . No. 0 and lo South Wharves, Philadelphia.
Farmers Call load on two private alloys, and avoid
the crowded warf. July 25, '55.
rliEAoHElis W n
who can tencb the Latin awl Greek languages, to
pater with the usual branches of an l:iiglish ltduca•
tion, to take charge of Male illgh.School of Mouth Ward,
York, l'ean's. For further particulars address
A. It. IMAIIt,
York, Penn' a.
liTe ' wud B new ANfitoll 1 0 4 ;1 11 4 ;
and Art Incitnle, now opening, at the cheap storo of
May, 1),'55. CH A'S. 001 LliY,
3: - ,
'l'o M(EOPATIIIC MEDICAL COL
I,Etill OF RENNSYLVANIA,
i,jr.aced in Filbert St. above X?. venth, Philadelphia.
Tho I,cel,(Jus of the Regular Course will commence
i 011 1110 sue onrl I nnda yof October, and continue until
the ilrst of March ensuing.
Amount of rife!: tier a full Course of [ln
variably cash.] , $lOO 00
'4l Students who have attended two fdll courses in
other M..dical Colleges, $0 00
Graduates of other Medical Colleges, 30 00
Matriculation Fee, paid Only once, ~ 600
Practical Anatomy, 10 00
Graduation Fee, 30 00 ,
14ALT En WI 1.1.1 1M. , 0N, 'l. 1)., Emeritus Professor of Clin
J 1) 1:o. M. 1)., Prufsssor •of Materla Modica and
ALVAY E. Nei 1.1.. M. I)., Prufessor of Ilautreopathi,
Lutes. Pathology. rind the Pravtleu of Slcdlciva
IsAec 31.,.11" ILO, I. b.' Professor of Obstetrics, Dkeases
'of Women and Children; and Medical urispru
de TI Ve.
MATTHEW SENIPLE, M. P., Professor of Chemistry and
J won IletaLEr, M. I)., Professor of Surgery.
WILLIAM A. (I Anut NEB, 31. D.. Professor of Anatomy.,
Wn.i.i.km A. JtErm, M. D., Professor of Php.i. logy.
ASA S. COMM. M. D., Demonstrator of A IlAtlmy.
WILLIAM A. OA PAM NEIL M. I).. Dean.
nugl- 6u.. No. 1•20 North Tmdh St. Phila.
TRUSSES! -',USS ES!
I'. 11. NErDLEs.
.AND BRACE EsTALI.r.,mmENT„
S. W. Cori or Twelfth and Itace.Streets,
Importer of till*. French Trus.e.-. combining extreme
ease and durability Ni itit correct construc
hernial or ruptured patient= run be suited by remit-
ting amounts :—Sernillig nutoiier of inches round the
hips. and stating tide affected.
Cost of Single Truss, 2, ri`4, SS. Double—ss ; G,
Instructions no to wear. 31111 how to effect a curett ,
when possibly. sent with Ills Truss.
Alsofor male in VI variety,
PR. BA NNI 11.11.11' ED ENT BODY BRACE.
For the cure of Prolate.us Uteri ; Spinal Props and Sup
p,rts. Patent Shoultkr Braces, Chest Expanders and
Erector Braces, adapted to all with Stoop Shoulders and
and \Von k Lungs: English Elastic Abdominal Belts,
Suspensories, Syr' egos—nude and female.
.4'6-Ladies' Roo. os, with Lady attendants.
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1)111M1; RUT_ BAG A, AND OTHER
TURNIP SEEDS.—AIso superior soed Buckwheat,
ImprdSved Turnip Drills. &r. For sale by.
PASCHALL & Co.
Aarkultural Warehouse and Seed Store. eorner Ttb
and Market streets, Philada. july IS.
Nos. 21 and 23 South Sixth Street,
• Pill ADELPIITA.
A ORICULTPR IMPLEMENT MANUFACTORY, Bristol. Pa.
SEEP 17 E9EN OS (370 Acres) Bloomsdale, near Bristol, Pa,
GISLICI lIT FOR COUNTRY [IOU
3E3!—No Excuse for Burning Dunpbene,
Th., subscriber is now prepared to sell
County nights for using Bengole or Atmospheric Gas.
The 12150(50 is 0110 of the most beautiful as well as the
CUE ../.I:STi art ithial light that has ever been offered to
the public. It is perfectly u 2 oat LESS, no trouble what
ever, and the Generator Is no larger than an ordinary
For further information apply to Hoffman, Letnan &
Ogelsby, this Fitters, No. 13 South Seventh Street, be
tween Market nod Chesnut, Philadelphia, where the
Gas eon be seen In practical othiration. County Rights
will be sold at such rates as will enable any person to
make a handsome profit on their investment. For fur
ther partletilars respecting the Cats, or nepitiation for
County Eights, address W. C. IV Irrims,
Selo Agent for the State of Penna.
Or apply penionallo to him at No. 13 S. Seventh St.,
Frill?, CHEAP CASH 13001( AND
STATIONERY swim, North West corner of 6th
and Arai Streets, Philadelpllia.—GßEAT RAIIdAINS IN
Dtmll4 !—Peet teal, Juvenile, Miscellaneous Standard and
Presentation Books, very cheap!
STAPLE AND FANCY STATIONERY,
Superior White Ruled Letter Paper at 1,50 per Ream.
Letter and Note Envelopes in great variety.
Weddings Furnished at very moderate rates.
Cards Written and Engraved.
Oillott's and other Steel Pens.
Superior Motto Wafers, 323 on a sheet, for 25 cents.
Inkstands, Penknives, Paper Weights, &a.
Fine Turkey Morocco Porte Monnaies,
Port Folios, Card Cases, Daekganiman Boards, ac.'
With a very large and choice assortment of
TOY ROOKS, tIAMES, DISSECTED PICTURES,
Albums, Scrap Books and Engravings.
nuty 2-17 I'. THOMSON
V H. SMITH, PORT MONNAIE,
• POCKET BOOK and DRESSING CASE .
Manufacturer, N.W. corner 4th and Chesnut streets
Ar e -Ai wityß on 11A11¢ a large and varied assortment of
Port Nionnales, Work Boxes. A
Pocket Books, Cabal, .
iltinkors Cases, Travelling Bags,
Noto Holders, Backgammon Boauls
Port Folios, Chess Men.
Portable Desks, Pocket Memorandum Books
Dressing Cases, . Cigar Cases, &c.
Also a general assortment of English, French an
Fanny Goods, fine pocket Cutlery, Razors, Razor
Strops and Gold Pens.
.ecif•Wholesale second and third Floors.
aprlB N. II SMITH,
N.W. corner dth and Chesnut strpols.'
N. R. On the receipt of $1 a superior Gold Pen will
be sent to any part of the country by 1/11111—doserthIng
pen thus, medium, hard or soft.
lEONARD & EVERETT,
j DEALEas IN REAL ESTATE,
Council Bluffs. lowa.
Will locate Land Warrants, and enter Mud on Hine,
loan money on Real Estate security, and pay taxes for
Having a largo experience In the selecting and pur
chasing of public land, and acquainted with the most
favorable points for invostment in western lowa, we
Batter ourselvus that we can locate land warrants to the
best advantage upon timber, prairo, bottom, or upland,
near county seats: adjacent to the lino of proposed rail
reads., and upon land watered by never failing streams
as the judgement or taste of parties may direct.
Persons intrusting money or warrants to our care for
loan, will find our terms liberal, we refiv to
lion. A. Ego, Westminster, Carroll Co., MI.
Geo. F. liupp, Esq., Strasburgh, Shenandoah Co.. Va.
Emanuel Arbogast, Esq., Crlbbot totn, Highland C'o . V
II3ItESEWVING SUGAIt—A general
assortment Of Crusbed, Sifted and Pulverised
mre of beat quality, as also Soft Crushed, Clarified
and other qualities constantly on linvid, suitablo for
preserving and all other purposes—morally at OLD
Also a 'constant supply of tho eliOleest Coffees, Teas,
Spices and other articles In variety always on h:inil.—
a t te iot lon Is Invited to our stock before buying elsewhere.'
Carlisle, J01i25, '65. Jo wo, EBY.
4 4STAIMft tiOr.asii.o),,
LOIRUNN s DUTTON,
OCULISTS AND AUIDSTS.
nellfllOSS and Ear Diseases EadicalLf\,,enred
DR, LeBRUNN offers ,to those suffering from Deaf
ness his INEADLIBLE A-URAL RE:VIEDIES, which
have been successful in nearly 3,000 cases of confloaal
deafness. These remedies comprise different courses
diseased of the internal, middle and external ear,
and have been pronounced by those celebrated aurists,
Drs. Cramer, of Berlin, Itard, and Dolan, of l'aris, Cur
tis, Pitcher and Yoarsly, of Minaret. as being the MOST
WONDERFUL and EFFECTUAL ever applied for dis
eases of the Internal and middle ear. Dr. hell., WAR
RANTS A CURE in every case where the car is perfect
in formation. Ile has eighteen certilleates of cures
from those who had been DEAF AND DUMll,and whose
hearing Is now completely restored and are now ena
bled to learn the language. The names of 2.700 per
sons who have been cured by Dr. 1,01. may be seen on
application. Patients, by sending a description of the
mit), can have remedies sent to any part of the United
In case of mucus accumulations in the Eustachain
Tube and Tympanum, inliamatioti of the menus mem
brane, nervous affections. diseases of the membrane
tympani, called "the drum," or when the disease can
be traced to the effects of fevers or colds, the use of
quinine or mercurial medicines, gatherings in the ears
in childhood, this treatment STANDS PREEMI
NENT. When the auditory is dry and scaly, with lit tie
or no secret ; when the deafness is accompanied with
noise In the ear, like filling water, chirping O, insects.
ringing of bells, rustling of leaves, continual pulsations
and - diseharge of matter, or when in stooping, a sense-
Ifni Is felt as if a rush of blond tO the head lied taken
place; when the hearing is less aceute in dull. cloudy'
weather, or when a cold ho-i been taken, this method of
treating the disease is infallible.
Dr. Aufton is the only Oculist in the United States
who practices the now painless, and sureessfoll method
in treating all the diseases to which the eve Is subject.
Where every other means have failed teaderd relief, he
asks frcan such 11 fair and impartial trial.
TESTIMONY.—The undersigned prnetioners in medi
cine in the city of Now York, having had frequent oc
cjislial to witne.s the practice of Drs. Lebrnnu 111111 Dui
ton, In diseases of the Ear and Eye. laying aside all
prolessionaljealousy, freely admit that the course pur
sued by them in treating diseases of these delicate
organs, from the unparalleled Slldel-so attending it, is
.well worth the attention of our professional, brethren
throughout the United States, feeling assured. as we
do. that Aural Surgery Inns not met' with that atten
tion which Its importance demands. Their system of
treating diseases of the middle and internal Ear. b)
•Medicated Vapors," particularly In chronic or vompli
catttd, races. forms a new era In the pent lee of Aural
Surgery: such eam , e yielding in almost every instance
to this new and powerful agent. Ibis praetice tills up
Yt td w.tich has long been felt by the general prat,
tloner. enabling hint to cope successfully with cv ery
ace where perfect formation exists.
diseases of the nEye. they seldom revire to resort
to an operation.
As skillful A urlsts and Oculists, enthusiastically de
voted to their profession. we rordially rents mend them
to sueh ns tnay require their aid.
V: u. 7tiotT. D.
WILLIS 3RIRToN, M. D.
C. A DEVELTN, M. D.
HORACE WYATT. M. D.
.1 IMIIS B. FRANCIS, M D
N'w York, Augnot 10, 1549
Students wisidn,4 toporfoet themsolves In this brand.
of medical sclerive. will find an opis.rtunity of join inc
the class at the Ear and Eye Infirmary of Dr. Delak.y
Lelirunn, Union Plitee.
llinlques every Tamalnv and Friday afternoons, from
Ito 3 o'clock, during le.l - Ical Odletm terms.
TERMS—S.S consultation fee: $lO fee if paid when
the hearing is restored to Its original aentCneSS. sr
when a watch can be heard to beat at n distance of I.s
feet from either ear.
Address Drs. LrilitUNN 8: DUOTON, Union Place,
New York city.
N. lI.—A treatise on the nature and treatment of
Deafness and Diseases of the Ear, with the treatment
orthe Deaf and Dumb—rice one dollar.
n__Money letters must ho registered by the Post
master. Registered letters only are at our risk; pleare
bear this In mind.
Correspondents must enelose postage for return an•
sworn, the now postage law . requiring pre payment of
letters. • ap-11
I MAN KNOW THYSELF!
KNOWLEDGE 18 POWER..
lour head In the type of your mind. Self-knowledge Is
the essence of all knowledge. Worth a I way s imrmo I i LeS
with it Sen . . All the known phenomena of the U.lth Cr),
may be referred to three L:caeral principles, viz: Matter.
Motion and Spirit.
ha. C. It. BOWE, Practical Phrenologist, lots taken a
Phreno-Medical Mike on South Hanover street,Carltsle,
Pa., where he is prepared to make professionel examine
tions with verbal and written descriptions of human
character, talents and disposition, as phrenologibally and
physically developed, including directions to the most
suitable ()eruptions, selections of partners in business,
or genial companions for life, or how to eboose a hus
band or wife; together with advice no to the proper regu
lation of the temperaments, pn)pensities, uPretill's nud
habits. In sickness how to gain health:4:llin when lost
by expesutJ what! habits. Ile will make charts of char ,
actor so that persons having a chart can learn this won
derful science without a teacher. To teach learners
those organic conditions which Indicate character is
the thst otject of this great book on mind 'and mattet',
and in order to render it accessible to all it condenses
facts and to editions rather than elaborates arguments,
because to expound Phrenology is Its highest proof. It
states laws and results and leaves them upon their naked
merits: ondx.dies recent discoveries and crowds into the
fewest possible pages and words just what learners need
to know. and hence requires to be studied rather than
merely read. "Short yet clear," is its motto. Its nuther
oils Illustrative engravings give the results of very ex
tensive professional observation and experience. To re
cord character Is Its second object. In fact It is just
what every body want. Price $2. For examination
and Chart marked $2. 'Verbal examinations 25 cents.
Carlisle, June 13,1855:
The subscriber has coniiimoced this day, to sell off his
Stock of Summer (twits at Greatly reduced prices.
• Lawns at 4, ti, le and 12 1 . 01161.
B2lrage and 18%.
tiinghamS 8, In tied
Mirages 1231, 15 and 20.
Elegant Summer Silks and Tissues very low.
Also a let of hoots and Shoos very cheap; come one
71.11 d all and secure largains at the cheap store.
July '4'55. CHAS. OGILRY.
lIMPORTANT TO LOVERS OF
FRESII FRUIT at all seasons.—The subscriber has
just opened a few dozen Hermetical self sealing FitUIT
for preserving Fruits, Tomatoes, Green Cornam.,
fur a whole . year in a fresh state—require no Folderhig
and may be used year after year and are easily opened
and closed without the aid of a Miner. call and exam
en them. OEO. ULTNEIt,
Juno 13. '55
PENNOCK'S CELEBRATED IVIIEAT DRILL—
Adapted also for sowing oats. grass seeds and
guano. limuser's Portable Cider 31111—the best a&
In the market. Halliday's patent Windmill.— lifit
Horse Power's and Thresher's, Muni and O nano
Spreader's, Daniol's Hay, Straw end Fodder Cutter.
Little Giant 'Corn and Cob Mill, Spain's Atmospheric
Chum. The above Superior Implements with all others,
for the use of the firmer or gardner, fur sale Wholesale
and Retail by
PASCHALL, MORRIS & CO.,
Agricultural Warehouse and Seed Store, cumer 7th
and Market streets, Philadelphia. - July 25, '65.
CIIEAP GOODS.----Tho subscribei• is
now opening a fresh lot of seasonable, goods, at he
now location, opposite the Railroad Office, In Main street,
Carlisle, which will he sold at the lowestprico
4101,11, 4t. 111ARGARET1NODGRASS.
]k) ATENT SKIRTS, &o.—Just open
ed another invoke of Whlto and Colored Patent
8 • rte,ifilacquoto note, with a Variety of other seasons
blo gofk , lle. , ' . July 18. GEO. IV. lIITNER.
rr.RENGH ust receiv
ott a further supply of French Corsets of extra el
sus. AliM mirror Limn* Fringes for trimming Basques.
june2o GEO. W. ,lIITEER.
T~WANTED.—A boy wanted from
1) IR t 6 20 years of age, at the Store of •
augl-55., U. W. lUTNER.
Tantsibates ,for Dffice.
QHERIFFALTY.—Through the so
kjlicittition of numerous friends 1 have been induced
to oiler Myself as a candidate for the office of Sheriff of
Cumberland county and pledge nqsylf If elected to dis
charge thelluiiCS, of said office with strict fidelity and
impartiality. ' •
--- ---„ 1...\ aB. uNDERwoon.
Shepher4stown, : ~u st 8 '55
rpo THE VOTkritS___ OF CUMBER
_i_ LAM) COUNTY.—FeIIow Citizens: I offer myself
as a volunteer candidate for the office of SHERIFF,
- .should you consider me qualified for ti e ()like, and en
titled to your sudrage, 1 will be thankful for your
votes at the coining election. ,
North Middleton, August 8'55
1:11/0 II T II EABIJ It E
TO THE VOTER: 3 OF CUMBERLAND CO.
Tientlemen—Through the solicitation oc Some of my
frientli,l am induced to appear before you us a candi
date for the office of County Treasurer, and would feel
thankful 11)r your support. Respectfully Yours,
;tug' .TAMES LOUDON.
FELLow CrrizEss:,- 2 1 offer myself as a caudidee
fur County• Treasurer.
Aug. 1. 1h55. PETER MONYER.
rrO' THE VOTERS OF CUMBER
LAND COUNTY.—FELLow CITIZENS: I (der my
mat as n e.andidate tor the othot, of .‘":IIERIFF of Cum
berixed rtmety, and pledge myself, if eio'ctott, to dis•
charge tho duties of the °thee to the best of my
•udt;uteut And ability.
Carlisle, .htly 11, 1` , 55. )V M. CROZIER.
FOR COUNTY TREASURER- ,
. JOHN G. WILLIAMS, of Carlisle.
Carlisle, June 111.
TO TUB ',i OF CUMBERLAND COI'.
I offer myself as a candidate fur the °thee of County
Treasurer, and respectfully solicit your suffrages at the
ensuing general election. JACOB It HEEM.
Carlisle, June 11, 1`155.
rhoTHE VOTERS OF CUM BER
•LA ND COUNTY.—The undersigned rettpeetfullY
mers himself in; a candidate ter the °thee of 511 Eltl Fl,
and solicits roar sulferagus, at the ensuing. Election.
May 24th WM. RILEY.
- - • -• •
1( 3 THE VOTE - RS 'OF CUM BER
LAND COE NTY.—E4l.l.olt CITIZENS: I oiler my.
.VllllO 11 randidate fa. the office of Sit EH IFF of Cum
berland pledge tun self if oleeted to discharge
tlr duties of the office to the I cot of fay judgment and
ROBERT McCA ItTN EV.
Carlisle, May 23, 155,1.
T E D. —The
School Directors of South Middleton Township
, w IO yet at the School House No. 1, Dolling Springs 00
TUI>DA the 111 st day of August, at 9 o'clock, A. M.
to receive :applications for teaching the public schools of
said district and to examine teachers. The County Su.
ilorinet.ndent will Is, present and the public Is also
iced to attend. Dv order of the hoard.
Aug. S Secey
CIAMASLE BANK.—Notice is here-
N//by given, that a dividend in the distribution of the
Capital stock of said bank of forty and a half cents to
each share, was declared by the Directors of said Ban,
nn the day of July last. The holders of said stoc k
ran draw the saute at any time by calling on the I'resl
August 8'55 WM. T. BROWN, l'res't.
11 1 STATE OF GEORGE- C. RUPP,
Deed.—Notice Is hereby given that Letters of Ad
ministration on the Estate of tleorge C. Rupp, Into of
Lower Allen township, Cumberland county, deceased,
have been granted by the Register of said county, to
the subscriber, residing in the some township. All per
snais indebted to said estate are required to make Imme
diate payment, and these having elaims against it to
present them for settlement to LE \ 1 MIER 11L,
Aug. 1. Administrator.
VOTIC 1,"10 SCHOOL DIREC
i_i TORS.—The undersigned will meet with the Di
rectors of the several districts for the purpose of
ing 'teachers, on the following days, viz:
Mechanicsburg. August 4, at 1 o'clock, p. tn.
West rem/show', August 7, at 9 o'clock, a. m.
New Cumberland, August 13, at 1 o'clock. p. m.
East Millsboro', August 14, at 10 o'clock, a. m.
Upper Allen, August 15, at 10 o'clock, a. in.
Lower Allen, August 19, at 1 o'clock, p.m.
Hampden, August 17, at 1 o'clock, p. tu.
Silver Spring. August 18, at 9 o'clock, a . to.
North Middleton, August 20, at 9 o'clock, a. m.
South Middleton, August 21, at 9 o'clock, a. to.
Monroe, August 22, at 0 o'clock, a. m.
Dickinson, August 25, at 9 o'clock, a. in.
Newton, August 27, at 0 o'clock, a. m.
Southampton, August 20, at 10 o'clock.a. tn.
Shipponshurg Duro.% Aug. 29, at 10 o'clock, a. M.
ShippOnSbUrg tp.. August 80, at 1 o'clock, p. in.
llope well, A ugust 31, at 10 o'clock, a. in.
Milllin, September 1, at Ii) o'clock. a. tn.
Franktbrd, Septomher 8, at 10 o'clock, a. to.
The hirectomi w ill appoint the place of meeting.
if accommodations can he had, the meeting should be
held lu a school-house, where we can have the use of a
black-bard; they will also provide a sufficient quantity
of paper, pens and Ink.
Punctuality is of great importance.
By instructions from the Department, the examina
tions are to be public. Thu citizens are therefore re
spectfully invited to attend.
july 18. DANIEL SHELLY, Co'ty. Supt.
Whereas the Honorable JAMES It. GRAHAM, Presl-.
dent Judge of the several Courts of Common Pleas of
the counties of Cumis.riand, Perry and Juniata, anti
Pennsylvania, and Justice of the several Courts of Oyer
and Terminer and General Jail Delivery in said coun
ties, and Iton..tuus Burt• anti SAMUEL WOODBURN Judges
of the Court of Oyer and Terminer anti General Jail
Delivery for the trial of all capital and other offenders,
In the said county of Cumberland, by their precepts to
me directed, bearing date the lath day of April, 1855,
have ordered the Court of Oyer and Terminer and Clone.
ral Jail Delivery to be hoiden at CARLISLE on 5111 -
DAY, the 27th of AIi(iUST, 1855, at 10 o'clock in the
forenoon. to continue One week.
NOTICE IS lIEREBY GIVEN to tho Coroner, Jun.
Gees of the Peace and Constables of the said county of
Cumberland, that they are by the mid precept com
mended to be then and there In thou: proper persons,
with their rolls; records, Inquisitions, examinations
and all other remembrances, to do those things which
to their office appertain to be done, and all those that
are bound by ream's:locos, to prosecute against the
prisoners that are or then shall ho In the jail of said
county, are to be thorn to prosecute them as slutll be
JOSEPH' 11111ARMOND, Sheaf!.
SHERIFF'S OFFICE, CARLISLE,
July, 11th, 1855. f
llESlTlC'ETlLitOeraFTejstataEtaSry oGn I t t u E o 2 1, 1 ,582N01f
allies (treason dee'd late of West Penns oro township,
Cumberland county, have boon issued to the subscribers
residing in the same township. MI persons Indebted
to the said estate will make payment and' those having
claims against it will present them for settlement to '
- THOMAS ("REASON,
.BADIVEL °REASON.' '
July 18.'56. Nies.
IViST.A.TE OF ESTIJER RIDER, DE
CHASEIR—Notico Is hereby given that Letters of
A ministration on the Estate of Esther Rider, Into of
South MiddietettAwp. k . Cumberland County, deceased,
Lave been granted by the Register of said county to the
subscriber residing in the same toWnship.- Ail per Sons
knowing themselves indebted to said estate era re.
quired to make' immediate 'payment, and those having
claims to resent them for settlement to
• Juno 27,,!.58. • . Adra!r.
'SILK 'FRINOES,:-L—Just open ed jfow pieces of knothA anti crimmi black't3llk Fringes
also colored 811 k Fringes blaCk 81Ik Laco and other
Trimmings. June 2U 0. W. lIITNErt.
SCHIEDAM AROMATIC SIINAP:
TO Tlll CITIZENS OF PENNSYLVANIA.-
I beg leave to call the attention of the citizens
Pen4lvanla to the above article, manufactured
my self exclusiyely, at my factory in Schiedam, II
land, expressly for medical purposes.
It Is made from the best Barley that can be select
in Europe and the essence of aromatic Italian berry,
acknowledged and extraordinary medicinal prcperth
and it has long since acquired a higher reputatita be
In Europe and America, than any other dietetic bin
IR GRAVEL, GOUT, and ItnEettATlsm; in obstructitns
tne Bladder and Kidneys, and debility of the urine
functions, Its effects are prompt, decided and invarit
reliablS. And it is not only a remedy fur these ma!
dies, hut, in all cases In which they are produced I
drinking bad water, which Is almost universally, tl
cause of them, it operates as a sure preventive.
The distressing effect upon the Stomach, Bowels, at
Bladder, of travelers. now resldentsond all persons u
accustomed to them, produced by the waters of near
all of our great inland rivers, like the Ohio, Mississip
and Alabama, from the large quantity of decayed sup
table matter contained in them; in a state of solution,
well known ; 'as is also that of the waterk of Ihnestot
regions, in producing GIONEI., CVLCULI. and stone in tl
BLADDER. The AROMATIC SCHIEDAM SCIIINAPPS
an absolute corrective of all these injurious properties
bad water, and consequently prevents the disease whit
they Occasion. It is also found to.be a cure and preve
tive of Fever and Ague, a complaint caused by the I'u
joint effects of vegetable malaria in the atmosphere, at
vegetable putts:Sconces In tile water of those districts
which it principally prevails. The Aromatic Schieila
Schnapps Is consequently hi great demand by persoi
traveling, or about to settle In those parts of the con
try especially ; as well as by many in every communil
where it has become known, on account "of its varlet
other remedial properties.
More than three thousand physicians, among who'
are numbered the greatest names belonging to the face
ty of medicine in this country, have certitiell, over the
own signatures, to the valuable medicinal properties
such en article, as the severest tests have proved. tl
Schiedam Aromatic Schnapps to be and have accept,
it as a most desirable additfon to the MATERIA
PUI up,kft quart or pint bottles, enveloped in yells
paper with my name on the bottle, cork and seal.
sale by all respectable Druggists and Grocers.
38, 20 and 22 Beaver street, New York.
25 South Front street, Philadelphia.
I beg leave to call the attention of the public to IL
°Bowing letters from physicians:
LADORATORS.N. Y. May 2.1823.
"Ma. lIDOLPII WOLFE—Hear Sis : I
cannot 'speak to
highly of the purity of your Schiedam Schnapps. It i
decidedly superior to anything et the kind in the mat
ket. it Is perfectly free aim] the admixture of fusil oi.
or of any or those army lie compounds Which pods:
such a mischle.ous and irreparable effect upon the e ra :
stitut ion, and w huh very few alcoholic distilled Home
are without—most of them being largely impregnate,
with it. I have personly inspected the varieMs process
el distilation practiced at Schiedam, and know that un
usual care is taken to separate the noxious eh meat
front the pule alcohol, and your Schnaps is a strikim
proof of its success. As a medicinal agent fur chic ti
and renal affections. I have successfully prescribed it
and recomend It as an agreable cordial and harndes:
Stimulant. and shall continue to do so; as well as to
use it as a source of pure alcohol for chemical investiga
duns and experiments. Yours obedient.
Consulting Analytical Chemist."
Dr. Charles A. Leas, Commissioner of Health, Haiti
more, writes as fellows in relatitin to the value o
Schnapps as a remedy in chronic catarrhal complaints
&c. The letter is dated July 'l7, ISfa:
"I take peat pleasure in bearing highly creditable
testimony to its efficacy as a remedial agent in the di
sease for which you reeomend it. -Having a natural
tendency to the mucous surfaces, with a slight degree
of stimulation, 1 regard it as one of the must important
remedies in chronic catarrhal affections, particularly
those of the genho urinary apparatus. With much res
pect your obedient servant.
CHARLES A.:LEAS, M. D.
94.111.ADELPHIA, July 15, 1553.
"Mr. lidolPho Wolfe, No 22 lieav - or st. N. Y.—Lear
Last season the writer received, through your agent in
this city, a bottle of your Aromatic Schiedam Schnapps,
and since that period has prescribed the same in certain
forms of urinary complaints; also In eases of debility in
aged persons. So far, the Schnapps has been of much
benefit to those using it * * . 0 In conclusion, where a
diuretic and stimulant is required, 1 should use the Ar
omatic Schiedam Schnapps. Thanking you fur your
kindness, I am respectfully yours,
A. D. t'IIALONER, 31. D., 160 S. Eighth st.
The subjoined letter from Dr. Paine, of hinchester,
N. 11., relates to one of the most valuable medicinal prop
ertles possessed by the Aromatic Schnapps, and slams
that it nets as a specific in n very painful disease—the
0 ravel :
.yin. WOLFE :—Permit me to address you a few lines.
which you are at liberty to use if you think proper, in
respect to your medicine, called Schiedam Schnapps.—
I have had a very otstinate case of gravel nod stone, of
some live Years' standing, causing very acute pain in
every attempt to urinate. After using many remedies
without much relief, I was induced to try a tattle of
your medicine. In the course of three days It proved
effectual, disloging iarg'• pieces of stole, seine of which
was as large as a marrowtat pen. I continued the cor
dial according to directions. and the patient continued
to gain, and is fast recovering. 1 think a medicine of so
much value in FO distressing a complaint, should to
known to the public, and the world at large. And 1 fur
one. must give it my approbation and signature.
TILOS. PAIN E, M. D."
From Dr. John S. Reese, Chemist, Baltimore, Md. Sept.
"A number of our physicians are ordering the article,
and several have already prescribed it. Persons towhom
I have cold it speak very highly of its qualities. A
Uentlemen of my own personal acquaintance, having
suffered greatly with au affection of the kidneys and
bladder took two bottles and subsequently passed a stone
of considerable aim and was greatly relieved. It will
no doubt go into general use,"
NOTICE IS lIEREBY GIVEN that
Application will be made to the next Legislature
et Pennsylvania, to alter the Charter of the CARLIFLE
DEPOSIT BANK, located in the toniugh of Carlisle, Cum
berland county, so as to confer upon the said hank the
rights and privileges of a Bank of Issue, one to change
its name to the CARLISLE BANK. Also to Increase
the capital of said Rank (which, Is at present sixty thou
sand dollars, with the privilege of Increasing the same
under its present charter to one hundred thousand
dollars) to two hundred and fifty thousand dollars.
By order of the Board of Direeters.
W'M. M. BELTEM, Cashier.
Carlisle, Juno 25,1555.-din
N°TICE Is lIEREBY GIVEN,
that An application will be made to the next Leg
islature of the State of Peoneylvania, for the passage of
a law to Incorporate a Dank of Deposits, with a capital
of FIFTY THOUSAND Domote, with authority to increase
the same to One Hundred 'Thousand Dollars. To he cal
led the MECTIANICSBUItO DEPOSITE BANK, and to
be located In the borough of Mechanicsburg, Pa. The
object of said Bank is to increase the general business
facilities of the public In the vicinity' of its location.
Daniel Udell, Jacob Coever,
John Howell, sr. Benjamin Eberly,
.• John Brandt,
, Henry G. Rupp, George Singiser;
John 'rouser, Elias Grabill,
"John Coover, David Miller,
Andrew 1. KautTman, Solomon P. Oorgas.
Mechanicsburg, June 20,1851-Om
CARLISLE DEPOSIT BA NK.
fiekciat Davesirs will hr . , received at this flank for
any length 'of dm over four months, and interest paid
at the rate of FOUR PER CENT. per annum, and the.
principal paid bent at any time after maturity without^
notice. Interest ceases after the expiration of the time
specified in the certilleate, unless renewed for another
given period, in which case the interest is paid up un
til the time of the renewal. Rank opens at I) o'clock, A.
Mend closes'at 2 o'clock, P. M. •
W. M. METE 74, Cashier. apr2S
8 5 5 . I A M, NOW.ItECEIyIN,G
spring a stock
which 1H fhola n gc 014", air k e
rls j assortment o i r l t A mt n G P6 (4. o B r
o pened tu,Gtrilsla , t 6 which I invite the early.attet Mot
o f the public, MI I Intend selling at prim which cannot
faU to please the closoat purchaser.
tuarcli2B ' JOUN P. LIME..