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Cumberland Co. Agricultural Society,
To'bo held on their own., grounds Ai Carlisle on
W ' RD.NEaDAY 'TIIURSDAY And FRIDAY the 17, 18th
and leth of October, 1855.
1. The grounds will be provided with conventent and
secure buthlings and enclosures for the reception and
display of stock, of agricultural and horticultural im
plements, and of manueletured goods. Competition is
invited from all parts of Pennsylvania and the adjoin
ing States. flay and straw will ho firnishod In proper
quantities, at cost price.
'2. The Exhibition will open on Wednesday, October,
17, at 9 oclock, A.M., beford which time all animals
and articles intended for competition must be ou the
grounds and duly recorded at the business office. The
Society will not be responsible thr the, omission of the
Judges to examine objects which are not recorded as
3. Upon entering their animals, exhibitors, who are
not members of the Society. will be subjected to a
charge of one dollar. On all articles INTENDED FOR COM
PETITION a similar Charge will be made. but articles NOT
intended for crompetition, may be entered gratuitously.
All objects must be described and entered as soon as
taken within the endosu*and must have cards at
tached either to them .0r,,-iietir their phiceon the show
ground; which cards will be furnished by the enteri ng clerk, and will contain the number corresponding to
that In his book, the name of the object exhibited, and
the name of the exhibitor. ,Members of the Society are
not subject to this charge.
4. Every exhibitor, upon his contribution being duly
entered, will receive a season ticket admitting himself
to the grounds during the whole time of the Exhibi
"b. In all cases of equality of merit In articles exhibit
ed by two or more parties, tho inventor and the manu
facturer shall bo preihrred to the vendor.
B. The Judges will report meritorious objects exhibit
ed and not mentioned in the premium list, to the Com
mittee of Arrangement, who may award such premiums
as they think proper.
7. The ,judges are authorised to withold premiums
when objects are not entitled to distinction, and when
but One of a class, for which a premium is offered, is
exhibited, they will make such award as they think It
8. No object entered can he removed from the ground
before the close of the Exhibition. and no premium Will
he paid on objects removed in violation of this rule.
U. %O animal or article can take more than one pre
lit. Members of the Society will enjoy all the priv?=
iuges of ;Otitis-don accorded to exhibitors, and will not)
butaileted to any payment on entering their oltjucts
11. The reports of the Judges, and the award of pre
miums will be read from the stand on the Thirtl dam of
tho Exhibition at 1 o'clock, I'. M.. and humediately alter
paid by Ueo. W. Shealfer, Treasurer.
12. Price of singlitulssion to the Exhibition, on
foot or In vehicle,"2s cents. For vehicle including
driver, 50 cents.
LIST OF PREMIUMS
Best thorough-bred Stallion;
Next best do.
11,4 Stud Horse adapted to the field and road,
Next best do. do.
Best thorough-bred Brood Mare,
Next best do. do.
Best Mare adapted to the field and road,
Next best do. do.
hest pair of Matched llorses,
Next hest do.
Best single harness Horse, Mare or Gelding,
Next best do. do.
Best saddle Horse,
Mare or Gelding,
Next best do. du.
Best horse colt between two and four yens old,
Next best do. do.
Best Filley or Mare Colt,' do.
Next best do. do.
Best 'torso Colt bet wueu ono and two years old
Next hest . do. do.
Bost Flßay or Mare Colt, do.
Next best do. do
Bost pair of Ilorses for faria and road,
Best Jack, ' ' ' , •
Next best do.
Best pair of Mules,
Next best do.
Best Bull over three years old,
Next best do. do,
Best Bull between two and three,
Next bust do. do.
Best. Cow over four years old,
Next best, do. do.
Best Cow between two and four,
Next best do. do.
Best Huffer botwoon ono and three years old,
Next best do. do.
Best yoke of Oxen,
Next best do..
Best fat Ox or Steer.
Best Buck over a year old,
Next best do. do.
Best do. under a year old,
Two best Ewes over a year old,
Two nest best do.
Best Boar over a year old, • 1 60
Next best do. do. 1 00
Best Boar over six months and under on yar old, 100
Next best do. ' ' 110. do. 75
Best Sow over ono year old,l 50
Next best do. do. 1 00
Best Sow over six months and under one year old, 1 00
Next best do. 110. " " - do. 75
Best Sow and litter not less than Ova pigs, 2 00
Next best So. dor 1 00
Best fowls of any breed under two years a Cock
and two liens, 1 00
Next best do.
Beet pair of fowls of any breed,
Nest best do.
Best single fowl of any bread,
Best pair of turkies,
Next We. do.
Best pair of goes,
Next best do.
Best pair of ducks,
Next best do.
Best dispLky of poultry,
AGRICULTURAL IXPLEMILNTS AND MACRINIRT
Best Plow, the merits thereof to bo decided by
' trial, 2 00
Next best do. 1 00
Best Subsoil 1 60'
Bost " 100
Belt - largo harrow, • 1 00
Beet Clod Crusher,
44 Limo and Manure Spreadea,
a Grain and Seed Drill,
" Maud Drill,
Power Corn Plantar,
imsortment of best Shovels and Spides,
lines, . • '
44 44 Manure Forks,
Bost Liquid Manure Distributor,
Tor any now and economical manure,
Bout 'Draining Pipes of Tiles,
44 Machine for makiud do.
" Mowing and Reaping Machine combined, 200
t st 100
Heaping Machine,,, 1 1 00
Self-Adjusting Ray Elovator and Blocks, 1 00
" Horse llake, ._
Assortment of .best grain Cradles, .. 1 00
• o a Graln and Grass Scythes, ISO
It a Hay Forks, 50
. • 11 " Hind Hakes, 50
m a t portable Steam Engine for Agricultural pur- 6
Best, Portable Saw 1 31111, . - . 4 00
1. Grist Mill, :
~. 5 00
.1 - a ' : Cider Preiss, 1 00
14. " ' Hay Press, . 1 00
. " POwor Straw And Stalk Cutter, . 1 50
r .r 'land " II 1. 00
" power Corn and Cob Crusher, 100
.i " Corn Sheller, • 1 00
" !land " " 1 00
" Power Threshing 'Machine, ' ' 2 00
" Endless Boor Horse Power, : 1 50
" Smut Machine, ' 100
" Threshhig Machine, 1 00
" Steaming Apparatus for farm use, . 200
" Hay and Cattle Weighing Scale,. , 100
" Weighing Machines for general farm pur
poses, 1 00
Assortments of best large and small Scales and
Weights, 1 00
Best Root Cutter, 2 00
" Wheat Fan, 1 50
" Power Churn, 1 00
" Hand " 200
" Clover Huller, 1 00
" Cheese Press, 1 00
Assortment of best Milk Pans and Strainers, 1 Od
" Grain Measures, 100
o " Axos and Cutting Tools, 150
Best Bee Hive, 1 60
" Farm Wa r vn, 2.00
" " Cart, 1 011
Assortment of best Willow Baskets, 1 00
" Farm " 1 00
" ' " noes, 50
" CodAr Ware, 50
Best Wagon [farness for farm purpose .1 50
" Harness for working-oxon,
" Plow Gears
Display of Light harness,
Best Wagon and Carriage Whips,
" Yoke for worldng Oxen, 50
" Display f A , rienitural Implements, 5 00
Next best 8 00
Assortment of I, American Cutlery. 300
w " Hollow Ware, 2 00
" Enameled Iron, 1 00
II w " Porcelain War, 1 00
“ " Glass War, 1 00
It Tin Ware, 1 00
nest Display of Cottage Furniuro, 2 00
" .Cooking Stove, 1 00
" Washing 31achin, 1 00
Assortment of best Pumps for wells, 2 00
Best Windmill, 2 00
" Iron or other ornaments for grounds, 2 00
" Designs for cottages and ow ,buildings, 2 00
" Iron Fence, 1 00,
" Wire Fence, I'oo'
'• Display of pleasure Carriages, 2 00
Next best • 1 00
Best solo, harness, upper and belting Leather, 1 00
Best ralfskins, dressed 1 00
Display of best Trunks, ~ 1 00
ARTICLES OF HOUSEHOLD PRODUCTION
These Will be under the charge of a Committee of
Ladies, who will award suitable premiums for the
Best Tufted work,
•• Seed or Arorn work,
" Plain Needlework.
" Ornamental Needlework and Embroidery,
" Pair knit Stockings,
" Bed Wlilt.
Display of best N'tx Fruit,
Best, preserves (preserved during the present year),
preserved prior to the presaut year,
" Three loaves whoa. Bread.
Best Five lbs. fresh Butter, 1 00
Second best "75
Third best " 50
Best firkin or jar of salted or preserved Butter,
not less than 20 lbs., 1 00
Next best firkin or jar do. 75
Best pot of hard, not less than 10 lbs., 1 00
Next best " 75
Best Haut. (unskinned) cured and cooked by ex
Best Cheese, not less than 10 lbs.., 1 00
Next best do. 75
Best sample bushel of Red Wheat, 00
Next best " 25
(lest • White Wheat, 75
Next best " .. 00
Best sample bushel of Wye, • 50
Next Lest " 25
Best sample bushel of White Flint Corn, 50
Next best " 25
Beet sample bushel of Yellow Flint Corn, 50
Next best " 25
Best sample of Gourd Seed Corn, 50
Next best 25
Best sample Mixed Corn, bo
Next beat " " 20
Best sample bushel of Oats.so
Best sample half bushel of Potatoes, White Mer
cers. Foxite. Fox's Seedling, Forthfold, each, 50
Best bushel of Sweet Potatoes, raised in this State, 60
Best half bushel Sugar Beets, 00
" Long lied Beet, 25
0 . Manuel Wurtzol. 60
. . Long Orange Carrot, 60
.. White Belgian, 50
" . Yellow purple top Buts
.. Digt,, 50
" White .. 25
" Drumhead or Fiat Dutch Cabbage, six heads, 25
Savory u 0 25
" Six Pumpkins, 50
" Marrow Squash, 25
Display Vegetables by market gardener, 1 00
" Box Honey,' 75
" bbl. Flour, 1 00
" 100 lbs. Corn Meal, 75
" Display of Agricultural Produce generally 100
Next best do. 50
A suitable premium will he given for any new variety
of Grain or Produce of improved quality.
A statement of the mode and manner of making and
preserving the different kinds of !totter will be required
of the competitors. The preserved or salted Butter.
must have been put up at least two months previous to
Best collection of hardy Evergreen (conifers()) in pots,
" Designs of baskets and bouquets of cut Flowers,
" Baskets of indigenous Flowers, oval and round,
" collection of Dahlia cut Flowers, 24 varieties,
" and largest collection of do.
" collection of Roses, cut flowers, 20 varieties,
" of Grapes, Isabella, 12 bunches,
" Catawba, "
" Varieties " Foreign, raised in cold house
" Specimens " Hamburg, "
" new American seedling Apple,
" 12 specimens of Apples;
12 " l'ears,
" Collection of Apples, three specimens,
" half pock Quinces,
" Cranberries, Pennsylvania growth,
" 6 Melons, (water),
" 6 Egg Plants,
" Peck Tomatoes,
A PLOWING MATCH.
For the trial of PLOWS anti nowiau, will take place on
the last day of the Exhibition, the 19th October. at 9
o'clock, A. M. The Plows , intended for trial must be at
the Exhibition during the whole time. Prtitniums will
be awardod to the best plowmen:
Next best, 1 3,
float Plowboy under' 17,
Neit best do. 75
Best field of Wheat, not less than 3 acres, 2 00
I/ " Ityo, I 00
a " Oats, 6 . 100
" " Corn, " 14 2 00
" " Potatoes, " 1 acre, 1 00
" lot of Sugar boots, " .
1 1 00
" " Ruts Saga, " 100
" " Carrots, " V , CI 100
" , " Parsnips, " .. 1 00
" " Flat or Field Turnips, not less Y 4 acre, 100
.0Z- A .careful POLICE will be always on the ground to
take care of the Stock and articles exhibited.
COMMITTF.F OF BIIANOSII&NTO,
OEO. W. BHEAFFEB,
DR. W. W. DALE,
OEO. H. BUCHER, PRIBIDVIT,
ROBERT MOORE, EISCIMARY.
~ MILLINERY GOODS-1855
FOR FALL SALES!
JOHN STONE 4 SONS, No. 45, South Second
Have Just opened their Fall Importations of
BONNET SILICS, RIBBONS,
VELY,ETS, FANCY FEATITERSi
FLOWERS, LACES, Ac. &c.
Including a general assortmont of MILLINERY ARTI
CLES, of the most fashionable styles. Tho above Goods
have been Imported exeressly fur our FALL sales and
comprise the largest and boat assortment In our line to
bo found in the market. septl9
gglii,i , w. ]i*o,
for Safe nub Men
•fARPIJAN"S COURT SALE
OF rItRAI. ESTATE.
to pursuance of an order of , the Orphan's Court of
CUM borland county, lit two o'clock in tne afternoon, the
undersigned guardian of George W. Hauck, Mary Anna
Douce, and Samuel F. Houck mint r children of Adam
Houck late of the borough of Mechanicsburg in the
county and state aforesaid, deceased, will expose to
public sale on the premises, on FRIDAY, the 26th day
Oetober, A. D. 151.4, the shares, interests and estates
of each of the amid minurschildren, of and In the follow
ing described Real Estate, situate in the said borough
of Mechanicsburg, in the county and state aforesaid,
,that Is to sky, the one equal undivided sixth part. a
mounting in tho whole to three equal undivided sixth
partA, or one undivided half part, of and In a certain
lot or PIECE OF LAND, on the corner of Rail Road and
Market streets, adjoining a lot of Isaac Blizzard and
Allen Street, containing in depth 127 feet and In width
93 feet, with a FOUNDRY thereon erected.
Also three undivided equal sixth parts, amounting
in the whole to three undivided sixth parts or one un
divided half part, of and in ono uther lot or piece of
land, on the corner of Allen' and Nfarkot streets with a
MACHINE 81101' thereon, containing in depth 134 lest
and in width 60 feet.
Also the one equal undivided third part of each of
the said minor children, amounting tile whole to three
undivided parts, or the entire Interest and estate, of
and In a certain lot or piece of land, fronting on !menSt
street In the said borough of Mechanicsburg, adjoining
lots of.lohn !looser and Mrs. Mole and an alley, witji
lug stable thereon, containing In depth IS2 and iu width
The terms and conditions of sale.—One half of the
purchase money to be paid on the first day of April
ISti9 when the deed or deeds and the possession will bo
delivered to the purchaser or purchasers and the resi•
due in one year thereafter. with lawful interest, the
whole purchase money to be secured by judgment bonds.
Oct. a. ANDREW KAUFMAN,
Guardian of the above named minor children of Adam
FARM FOR SALE.—.I farm
• ll`, •
or valuable limestone land, situate In
• 2 South Middleton township, Cumberland
county, one mile south-west of Carlisle,
'containing 200 ACRES, neat measure.—
The Improvements are a good LOG HOUSE, and kitch
en, large stone BANK BARN. frame Wagon Shed and
Corn Cribs, Smoke House, llog and Poultry Houses, a
good Orchard of choice fruit of VtirMUS kinds, and a
well of never failing water near. About 200 acres are
cleared and in a high state of Cu Ith.ation. The balance
is covered with tirst rate timber. Possension given on
the first of April next. Teruo easy.
Oct. 3, 'SS.IOIIN GRAHAM.
Al' PRIVATE SALE.
I he subscriber offers nt private sale, the fallowing piln
perty, late the estate of James A onstr.mg, deed. viz:
No, E A house and lot of ground, situate on Pomfret
street, east of I latoli er, adj.•ining prolarty of I,plirahrl
Steel. The house Is of stone; two stories high, ti ith
back building, now oreupied by 1.. It. Bread).
No. 2. A two story brick Moire, situate oft the corner
of Pit anal Pomfret streets.
So, 3. A two story brick houseadjoining the above.
Na, 4. A frame weather-boarded house, fronting un
Pitt street anti adjoining Nos. 2 and 3.
For further information apply to the subscribers
JOHN N. Aiim: , TlioNa,
Oct. 3, '51.-3t. Executors.
HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE.
subscriber offers at private sale a lot of
' r ;round. situate in New vii W. CUMIK,IHIId coun
ty. wnereon is erected a two story lilt ICE. HOUSE, with
Back Building. Wash House, Cistern all under the same
roof. and a Well of imminent water in the yard. Also a
Stable. earrlagtshollite,- ("AIM Crib and other improve
ments. Thu buildings aro all new, comfortable and con
venient. The property Is situated on Maine street, ex
tending back to Church alloy and adjure properties of
James Kennedy UM! Hairs of John Davidson, deed.—
Further information can be had by applying to the resi
Sept. 20, 'lll—nt. .T. JI. DAVIDSON.
0 P A. NS COUAT SALE.
On SATURDAY, the 20th of Octol•er.
By virtue of an order of the Orphans Court of Cumber
land County, to me directed. I will expose to public
sale on the premises, in Dickinson township, at 10 o'-
clock, A. H. a certain
tip ‘• , HOUSE and LOT OF GROUND
2• 4 71:- [IIF situate said4ownship, bounded by
• lands of Christopher Johnson's heirs,
-•:: - Dr. Wm. Mateer and others, containing
TWO ACRES neat measure late the property of Elise
both Shook. deed. This property is delightfully sit u•
Mediu! n residence and the title is indisputable.
Terms—Five per cent of the purchase money to be
paid on the confirmation of, the sale. One half the bal
ance on the Ist of April. 1550, and the other half on the
let of April. 1557, without interest. The two letter
payments to lx) secured by recdplzance iu the Orpheus
atm 29 • Administrator.
CUMBERLAND COUNTY AGRI
- CULTURAL SOCIETY.
List of Committees for the Fall Meeting and Exhibi
tion, to be held on the lith, 18th and lUth days of
October, 1k5.5, on their own grounds at Carlisle.
Horses and Neat Cattle--Wm. M. Henderson John
Sanderson, Wm. L. Craighead.
Sheep and Swine.—Robert C. Sterrett, Abut. Bradly,
Thos U. ChltIIII)(1rS.
Poultry.—Robt. Moore, J. L. McDowell, Lewis Mug
Agricultural Implements and Machinery.—Robt. Bry
son, (leo. Brindle (Monroe,) William Line.
Articles of Household Production.—David J. M'Kee,
(leo. W. Ilitnor, Geo. L. Clark.
Discretionary Premiums for Fruits end Flowers, and
articles not enumerated.—Abm. Busier, tleorge
On Crops—John S. Sterrett, J. W. Henderson, Hobert
Plowing Match.—Johu Miller, Samuel Myers. Abut.
Committee of Superintendence.—Armstrong Noble,
(leo. Brindle, (N. M.) luta 20 'IS.
, 1 / 4 * 4 4 TO THE LADIES,
Mrs. J. C. lIUTT,
Stl r.! Is prepared to MAKE DRESSES, MAN
iiTI.ES, .he. at the shortest notice and on the
must reasonable terms. Several girls wanted
to learn the lousiness. Apply at N 0.3, Alexanders Row
South Pitt street. Sept. 26,
oat and most viirried assortment of H
I •M'''' - larware in tho county, and selling nt the
lowest prices, at J. P. LYN WS,
„ . _North Hanover St., Carlisle
JUST RECEIVED.--A lot of pattont
Meat Orinders, a nice article for Parlours, or family
'use, for sale at J. P. LYNE'S
• Hanover St., Carlisle.
TOOLS.—A mammoth assortment of
TOOLS of all kinds now opening at
Call and soc thorn. J. P. LYNE'S.
MEW GOODS.—Tho subscriber has
1:1 'list received a - large assortment of Dry Goods,
suitable to the approaching season, which will bo sold
very cheap. IN. BiJOINIItABB.
piniaps, STRYKER & JENINGS,
WIIOLMALE DIALRIIII IN
'and AMERICAN, DRY GOODE—
EMORY EXCLUSIVELY AT ADOTION. -
Nos. I and 3, Bank Strdiet, below Haskel l liotwoen Soc
. and and Thht, PHILADELPHIA.
111., To. ash or short time Buyers we will roll at a
very small advance on Auction cost.
Phlleidelphia, Sept. 19
Ittour Dateel—This Ise military word, of Command
whielt Weser falls to Improve tho appearance of a compa
ny. • lint It may be' applied to civil ranks also; and to
the cltirensofCarlisle say that the best place to get
the right dress to suit the tiguro, the season, and the
purse, Is at Rockhill & Wilsons celebrated cheap store
No. ll l Chestnut street, corner of Franklin Place, Phila
° 3letef (estate Safes
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
AT PUBLIC SALE.
On WEDNESDAY, the I.7th day of October, MS, the
undersigned agent of T, C. Miller, Jr., will offer at pub
lic aale, on the' day above . mentioned, at the store of
Henry Snyder, in Mifflin township, about three
from Doubling Cap Springs. the fbilowing property con
taining in all ONE' HUNDRED AND SIXTY-FOUR.
ACRES AND SIXTY pEtwitEs, situated in Mifilin
township, on tho road leading front Newville to Doub
ling Clap Spring, and adjoining property of George
I looser, Robert Blain, D. Barrack; the heirs of Win. 31.
Biddle. Esq.. dec'd., and others, and lying about two
miles east of M'Crea's Mill, and one mile west of the
This property was surveyed In April last, and divided
into lots as tbliows:
Tract No. 1 contains eighty-one acres,
twenty perches and includes k
, i i..o ....'"),, cleared land and improvements., I t
Ta l i, t z: , has a two-story LOU HOUSE. Bank
ritti,lXTr,ll Barn, a good Saw Mill, a number of
7 , "' Fruit Trees i.nd a sufficient quantity
of Timber Lund for rails and firewood.
No. 2 contains thirty-nine acres, forty
perehes,•mostly TIMBER LAND of a good quality of
Chestnut and Hock Oak. .
No. 3 contains twenty•three acres covered
with Chestnut and other TIMBER of good size for
' go 4 contains twenty ono acres of about
the same quality of TIMBER as the last two mentioned
The property will ho sold as a whole or in lots as pur
ehasers may desire; or it may be divided into smaller
lots if desired.
None of it is on the steep of the Mountain, and all of
easy access from any quarter.
Farmers and others wishing to procure Timber Laud
will do well to attend on Tuesday previous to the day
of sale at Mr. Snyder's Store, as arrangements will be
made to meet them there, and show them the land: Or
by calling personally at any time on Mr. D. W. Weill
lough, in Diciamon. or on D. F. Miller, Esq., the Sur•
veyor, at Newville, every Information will be given.
, ale to commence at 12 o'clock on wild day, when
terms will be make known by
get. 19, '55
LIJ ABLE, REAL ESTA Tl°;
AT pritl,lC SALE
Fitt 11A V, October 12th. 1R55, the subscriber still
offer at public sale on the premises. in South Middleton
township. Cumberland county. about three miles south
of Carlisle. On the road leading from the Walnut-But loot
road to x ton's Mill. A VALUABLE FARM of limo-
Stolle laud i,t1t:111:111g 100 acres 72 porches. having
thereon erect.' a good Tw,...b.ry Went her-lb•arded
1100 USE. Log Barn new Wagtn Shed.
'II.VV'M and other Out-buildings., This tract
is under excellent cuifixtition, and
ki fenretL Thera is an orchard of
choice fruit on the premises, and a
wcii of excellent water at the door. Al . Sia. A LOT o'f
Oround. adjoining the above tract. containing 1 acre
and 112 perches, with a one-story LOG 11110 Sl') and a
Stable thereon. Also, a tract of
containing 42 acres and 104 perches. situated nn the
lialtimora Turnpike, about two miles south of Holly
Iron Workr. and flea tniles from the above described
farm. This tract is well covered with chestnut lout
other timber in a thriving condition, and will be sold
together or in lots to suit purchasers. '
Sale to commence at '2 o'clock I'. M.. when the terms.
which will he easy, will ho made known by
' Carlisle, Sept. ad., '55. ANDREW K. SF:ARIGHT.
STEAM SAW MILL,
" s 4
And Large Tract of first rate
TIMBER LAND at PUBLIC SALE.
alai 4 Will be sold at public sale, on the prem
-•"."''''' ises, on THURSDAY, the lst day of No
lumber next, at 10 o'clock, A. M. a Steam Saw Mill and
NINE HUNDRED AND TIIIRTY-TIIREE ACRES
of Timber Land, situate in Dickinson and South Mid
dleton townships, Cumberland county. Tltis is a very
desirable property'nnd persons wishing. to purautsewill
thol It best recommended by und.ing inquiry and ex
amining it on or before the day of sale. Thu title is in
will be sold at the same time and place, SIX
MULES, one four horse Wagon, a one horse Wagon,
Dears, &e. Also. Timber Wheels, LOg Chains, and all
the Tools and Fixtures eonnected.with the Mil!, Wein.
ding a first rate Circular Saw. Also, a lot of LUMBER,
BOARDS and SCANTLING. Terms made known on
day of sale by
septl9 lIASKELL & SEYMOUR.
4.:6-Chambersburg Whig and Lacaster Examiner copy
and send bills to this Mike.
On THURSDAY, the 11th day of October, 1856.
ny virtue 01 sundry writs of Venditioni I.xmonts, is
sued out of the Court of 0,1111111 , 11 Pleas of Cumberland
&utty, and to me directed 1 will expose at public %en
due or outcry, pt the court house in the borough of Car
lisle it lo o'clock A. M. the following described Real
A Lot of Ground situated in the borough of
New Cumberland, Cumberland county, containing one
fourth of an acre inure or less, bounded en the north by
the Railroad, on the East by a lot of Jacob M. !laid,
tnan, on the south by a sixteen feet alley. on the West
• by a let of Philip Fitton, having thereon erect
ed a two story Frame PLANING MILL and
IP SASH FACTORY, together with the buildings,
II'" Steam Engine, Hullers, Fixtures and apparatus
thereto belonging and appertaining, Ac. Seized and to
ken in execution as the property of M. 11. Steever and
Also, a Lot of Ground, situate in Church
town, C berland County, containing in feet in front
and MO feet in depth, more or less, bounded on the
North by high street, on the West by a sixteen feet al
ley, on the South by a twelve feet alley, and on (be
East by a lot of Henry Spares, having thereon erected
a two story frame Weather-boarded 1111 USE, FRAME
STABLE and other out houses. Seized and taken In
execution as the:property of George Keiseman.
Also, a Lnt of Ground, situate in South Mid
dleton township. bounded by lands of William Moore,
Richard Craighead, Robert Graham's heirs, now James
Coyle, containing ONE ACRE AND A HALF, more or
Tess, having a lARI ROUSE and Log Stable thereon e
rected. Seised and taken In execution as the property
of Margaret Moore, deed. with notice to Lafayette and
William S. Moore, and lion. Samuel Woodburn, Guar
dian of Margaret Moory and Francis Moore.
Also, a Tract of Laud, situate iu West Penns
boro township, Cumberland county, containing ONE
HUNDRED AND SEVENTY-SIX ACRES, more or less,
bounded ou the north by lands of David Myers, on the
east by lands of Sites and William Kerr, ou the
south by the public road, and on the west by lands of
Rev. Robert McCaehren, having thereon erected a two
story STONE HOUSE And a one story Stone Kitchen,
a Brick Darn, Corn Crib, Wagon Shod. lc. Seized and
taken in elocution as the property of Sane! McKeehan.
Also, a Lot of Ground, situate in , the bor
ough of Carlisle,Cumberland county, containing Ono
and a Quarter cres ' more or less, bounded on the East
by the UraveNard l '
Aue North by the English Orate
Yard, South by Samuel Hepburn, Esq. and West by J.
W. Eby. Seized and taken in execution as the proper
ty of Itgbori S. Alcorn.
Also, by virtue of a writ of vonditioni expo.
nos, Issued out of the Orphans Court of Cumberland
County, an d to me directed, I will expose by public von
due or outcry, at the same Unto and place, a Lot of
tiround, situato in the borough of Shippensburg, Cum
berland County, containing 64 foot in front and 2M in
depth, more or less. bounded on the north by Main strt.
on the west by the Rave Joseph McCerrol, on the smith
by an alloy, ou the east by Jeremiah Coover, having
thereon erected .a two story Frame Weather-Ix...Anted
HOUSE and Log Kitchen, a ono story Stone House am!
other out houses. Seized and taken in execution nsthe
property of Catharine Duncan, late Catharine Davis,
widow and Administratrix of Lemuel Davis, dec'd. and
all to bo sold by me.
JOSEPH. McDARMOND, Sheriff.
Sheriff's Office, Carlisle, Sept. 10, 1855.
TSTATE of ItUDOLPII HERTZ
LER. deed.—Notice is hereby given that Letters
of t mtnistrutlon on the Estate of Rudolph, Herttivr,
late of Mouse° township, Cumberland county, deeerod,
have boon granted by the Register of said county to the
subscriber, residing in the IMMO township. All persons
knowing themselves indebted to said estate are requir
ed to maks iutmeilate paymenLand those having. claim s
to present them for settlement to
septlOpd • CHRISTIAN HERTZLER,
VALUABLE - REAL ESTATE
AT PRIVATE SALE.. - -
The subseribers, Executors of Christian W deg'ir
Offer at private sale the !Mowing property,. viz il A
TRACT OF LAND, situate is Southampton township,
Franklin county, on the Roxbury road, about two
miles west of Shlpponsbing, bounded by huids of Al
fred Moore,Davie Speneer and others. It Is now occu
pied by Jon Wolf and rontAins
ONE LIUNDRED AND FORTY ACRES. .
of which 110 are good limestone land and about 30 limes
gaol slate laud. About, i 5 acres of Milli ~nod is covered
with splendid timber and the balance is in an excellent
state of cultivation. The improvements are a large
weathor•boarded LoG HOUSE. Frame BANK BARN,
Wagon Shed, a Spring House, and all other necessary
out-Imildings, all of which are new. The hunt is well
watered by running water and there is also a never
failing well. Also a young Orchard of chalet, fruit.
Also, all that certain valuable TRACT OF LAND, situ
ate in the township of South Middleton, Cumberland
county, on the banks of the Yellow Breeches Creek,
about one mile settlmiast of Boiling Springs, bounded
by lands . of Jacob Strickler, William 1% else, Benjamin
Kauffman and others,
CONTAINING 11.5 A ACRES,
The improvements are a large two
story STONE GOOSE, with a base
; • , meet, a large STONE BARN, us goi:id
Carriage House, Spring House, with
,reo : an excellent and never ladling spring
of water, Wood Rouse '
Wagon . Shed
and all other necessary outbuildings, all in good order.
Als t, an Orchard of choice fruit. This valuable far in is
all of the best limestone, with about 100 acres in a high
state of cultivation. and the remainder in good timber.
Also, a good TENANT no usE. with outAmildlues, and
about three acres of land. which will be sold separately
or with the farm to suit purchasers.
1, 1 XIiCUTOR'S SALE OF A
VALUABLE LIMESTONE FARM.
t. ill be sold at Public Sale on the ',reining on
THURSDAY, Ist November, 15.55, at 10 o'clock A. M.
That very• line Limestone Farm, belonging to the Estate
it 'l ii Erie. doe d.. situated near Kingston In North
Middleton township. Cumberland county, Pa.. about
tive miles East of Carlisle, on the Cundterland Valley
Railroad. and one-half mile South of Harrisburg and
Cat-lisle Turnpike road,
WM. 11. MII.1.1:11,
Agt.nt for T. C. Miller
part of which Is first rate timber laud. The improve
ments are a commodious Double Two-
story BRICK ID )U:4: and out-bulld-
W; k. , ~ Digs. A large BRICK BANK BARN
ut . . 'AVIA and Corn Cribs, kc., all of which are
.-6.1......r . t.c1'"" built in modern style. with every coil
, 01111•Il1.1', •"1.11 Are now in the best order. Thu Farm
would di' Me well into two parts. and will be so sold if
purclut,ers desire. It Is well situated, being convenient
to market and in a good neighborhOod.iL,
Terms will be easy mid to snit purcinikers, and will be
made known on day of sale by
ROBERT C. IiTERRIT.
septlil Exr's of Thus. Crie, dee'd.
Ir:9...Lancaster Examiner copy.
'eal C3state Safes.
Also, it certain TRACT OF MOUNTAIN LAND. Fittlitte
in said township. about three miles from the above de
soril.ed flirra, - containing 1t4(,, Am: 13, being well covered
with yowls: chestnut mid oak timber.
Terms will be made kuewn on application to the
subscribe. s, ADAM WOLF,
Ootober 3, IS3s—tf
CONTAINING ABOUT 220 ACRES
VALUABLE CORNER PROP'TY.
AT PRIVATE SALE.
That very valuable and well known BUSINESS
sTANp situate ou the corner of North Hanover mid
Louther Streets, in the lxmough of Carlisle now owned
and occupied by Jacob Fetter, containing 30 feet front
on Hannover street and 240 feet ou Louther street.—
Time improvements on Mummer stecet are a largo
Tit 'LEE STORY HOUSE, with a large brick bark build
ing finished in the most elegant tnanner,-emitalifing 11
arooms Including the store room, besides pantries
and convenient closet arrangements. The STORE
itOOM is 33 feet in depth, fitted up In the best
nossible manner and ono of the most desirable mud long
established business locations in our town.
There is n largo two story brick build n fronting on
Louther street, with a shop attached, TO JW occupied as
a cabinet maker shop. Also a staLle on the foot of the
lot, and other necessary out buildings. The property
11,1 n excellent order having been recently fitted up by
the present occupant For terms &c. enquire of
A. L. SPOis:SLER,
Real Estate Agent and Scrivener.
A VALUABLE FARM
AT PUBLIC SALE,
%% ill 1.0 sold at public sale, on the premises. on 8. , 1T-
I'ItDAY, the 13th day of tletnbur, next, at 12 o'clock,
'noon, a choice FARM, situate in Dickinson township,
Citinlasrland county, on the Pine Road,nildway betweou
Carlisle and Shippensburg, late the property of George
CONTAINING SIXTY ACRES, 100 PERCHER
all cleared. The land is In a good
- - - :'"N state of cultivation, is of n good tpual
Ity and the greater part has been li m e.
ill'masa i ed. There is a firsbrate limestone
quarry on the farm. The Improve
ments are a stew and convenient
BRIM !)WI LIANU HOUSE, BANK DARN,
now and neat, Wagon Shed, Corn Crib and other out
buildings. all of which are new. There is a isell of good
water with a utualt near the door. Also on the titan a
thriving young ORCHARD of well selected fruit trees.
This farm is near the Yellow Breeches Creek. and ad
joins the other farm of George Whitler, tiee'd. and ad
joins lands of Win . Mains, Abraham Kurtz, Wm. art
ver nod others.
Also, nt the Fame time and place will he !mid a quan
tity of excellent TIMBER. LAND In the said vicinity,
!mote of which has thereon good Chiumut, I'iuo and tink
Pe nR wishing to vim said lands can do so and
have all necessary Information by application to tho
undersigned. who reside In tho Immediate 'vicinity.—
Terms will be tondo known ou day of salt)
jItIBLIC SALE.—WiII be soldat pub-
Ile sale, on the premises, on Sr.TURDAY, the lath
day of October, 1555, a 'HOUSE and LOT
f ;; ; ;, , ,, OF GROUND, situate partly in Mifflin and
•• • nartly In Franktond townehips. adjoining
1: lands of Henry %inn, James Kennedy
and others. and belonging to the estate of
Samuel Utley, deem'. The lot'oontains
about THREE ACRES, having thereon etected a LOU
HOUSE and Barn, a spring of running water, and a va
riety of fruit trees. This property Is within two miles
of the borough of Newvllle, and is worthy the attention
of a man of moderate means wanting a home.
The property is sold under an order of the Orphans
Court of Cumberland county, directed to John Orris.
Guardian of the minor children o, said decedent, to sell
their interests in the same, and under a Power of Attor
ney from the parties legally entitled and of Pull ago, to
the said John Orris. to soil their interestn. Sale to coin.'
'lleum at 10 o'clock, A. M. and terms made known by
sept 6 JOHN OHMS, Guardian.
VALUABLE TOWN PROPERTY
FOR SAUL—The largo Brick House and Lot
situated on Louther Street ono door east of the German
Reform Church. The houso contains
, •.;‘ _ nine large rooms, bosidestwo fluildted
attic chambers. Ingo kitchen andante-.
..., ' utCfr,l mer kitchen. The lot has (10 feet hont
'1...—,.„=•41,1!.. on Louther street by 240 feet back to
a wide alloy, and 120 feet on North
.Street by 240 feet to the same alloy, containing in all
about an acre of ground. There is also a good tenant
house and a stable (10 feet long on the premises. The
property would suit admirably for either a gentolman's
private residence, a boarding school or factory establishi
went. For terms Sc. enquire of
A. L SPONSLER, ,
augls Real Estate Agent, Carlisle
TOWN PROPERTY FOR
1 SALE.—The subscriber Wen at . plr)
I,.el'ai - 4 vete sale a *al noble house and bait lot
... ofgnsund situated In North Banover
Ftroet. The Improvements a two stony weathenboarded
House, washlinuFe, bakehouse, a cistern, ac., AS. The
lot IF 30 foot In front, and 240 In depth, and contains a
variety of excellent fruit trees. Terms easy. Apply to
•. • JACOB WOLF,
AgentforB, b. Gaenslen.
Der Job Printing promptly °scented