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BREACH. OP PILOMISE.—A case of
breach of promise of marriage. Roush vs Beet;
man, was tried in court last week, in whieb
the fair plaintiff obtained a verdict of $lOOO
damages. The portico reside in Dickinson
Pll E GRAIN MARA ET.—S i nee the
first snow and the fine sledding across the
mountains, large quantities of grain have been
brought to town from both Perry and Adams
?ounties. The warellowies cf our grain Mer
effiauts are tilled to overfliiwing with grain, and
it is difficult to procure cars sufficient to ear-
ryjt to the city markets
gs„At a meeting of the Cumberland
Fi re c,,mpany, held on Saturday evening last,
the following gentlemen were elected officers
for the ensuing year:
Pre,ident—R. itiVartney; Seetary—P.
Quigley; Treasurer—ll. S. Ritter; First Di
rector—Peter Spahr; Second Director—Thos.
P. Dwin; Committee of Accounts—Stephen
Keepers, George A. Dittman, E. D. Quigley.
Committee of Repairs—Win. Spahr, Soloinou
Stouffer, John T. Lobach; Ladder Committee
—Philip Alspaugh, G. Whiteman, John Spahr
TRIBUTE Or RESPECT—.At a meeting
of Cumberland Star Lodge of A. Y. Masons,
held on the evening of the 22 , 1 inst., the fol
lowing proceedings were had:
As it has pleased the Grand Afchitect of
the Universe to suddenly remove from among
us a brother in the prime of life, mil one
deeply regretted by all who knew him, it has
become our duty as brethren, tb , express our
sympathy with the distressed art lie:pless
family left to mourn the loss of a kind, afire
tiow to husband and father, the government
of a valuable and meritorious officer, the Ma
sonic Order of a loved hr •tlier find the coin
triunity of a respected citizen, who, perhaps,
has not left auf:pnemy behind luini; therefore,
Resolved, That we deeply sympathise with
the many friends ilthi relatives of the deceas
ed, and particularly so with his aged parents,
wife and children, for the irreparable loss
they have sustained by the de a th of CuARLEs
HARDY, who departed this life on the 21st
inst., after n short but painful illness, which
he bore with much fortitude and resignation.
Resolved, That the Hall of our Lodge, to
which he belonged be placed in mourning for
thirty days, as a token of respect for the de
ceased; and be it
Resolved, That a copy of these proceedings
be forwarded to the wife and parents of the
deceased, and that they be published in the
papers printed in Carlisle, and also in the ill
:tome Mirror 071 a Keystone.
rAmt: RENT.—The Barber Shop oe
. I •tipiect by Wni. Itorttoss, And Ow "Mee ~,Tapied by
.builes li. mutat. Apply to i jun :10.1 GEO. t:OE,
I®IONEY WAN'rEI).—AII persons
Itkintlohled to the subscrlter for store goods for 6
Ulu ul us 3 rut upwards are earnestly requested to call
and settle up Without delay as money Is much needed
ty him at the present time.
En. IV. lIITN ER.
pE MOVAk..L.—The subscriber has
4,, changed his location f, an irvln's Corner to the
Nt.NV F:-I')M, onn door west of the County
Pris,n. in Main street, anti will be pleased to see all
his old customers. and as u,nor new ones 55 may find
it to their advantage to give him a call.
Jan :23, lIITNER.
(1U:N11-314',111,ANL) C()I'NTY A(11(1-
(Tun. IIA sociF.Ty.—At a meeting of the Cum
livrland count) Agricultural Soeiety, held on 'fuesdals
the Ist of Janunre, lmni. the chair oat:, talien by ticimoi.
11. It felt it. Esq. President, who called *the No lets b.l
order. The success and prospects of the Society. will,
several Jigricultural subjeets, were introduced 1011.1 dis
cussed, and it was proposed that at Illy Lext
to be held on 'Tuesday, the nth of Feld Italy, the sttl irrt
fir dis, ussion shall hich it the bt.:l ti le el
',Motto.; and suing seeds:"
The k.cict;, then proceeded to I tie election of offj,,•l s
for the ensuitig y i ar. a hen Getage It. Dueller. I tq. de
clined a re elect I. , 11.11•VallSt: or his ptest ut ri onooloig.
WWI flue state :",•ciely. whereupon 'I Ilt/MArt PA Mt
Of Dickinson t,oy nshlp, Oils elected Pr ....Okla id the :"ki
ciety. All the ot her officers were re-elected.
iti Ifl I the Society thou sitiiiittlicit to meet ht
4Lturliste. or, the first Tuesitzty of ri.1,1.11411.V.
111.:0. 11. 111.1 Pre:.l
noli . f . T MOORE, Seery .
II 0 N 0 It ABLE E
3 I'i/OES of the Court of Clllll boll:11111 l',ll 111 y. Pa.
, lie undersigned CommiTtee appointed by the Court,
to visit. examine into. and report upon the mode ur
111:0/11:;/.11/011I, and prikSo3ll. the Poor 1 lott , :o
of this county, be, leave tt9'4,tate, that In dkeliarge of
the) agqigned them they have visited the I naitu
tlon at dillerent times during the year. 1(01(0
Wen , num, without giving any notice to the steWatil.
there 111111 no opportunity to arrange mat :Ors
and things to suit the oceasion. And they are much
gratified iu being able to say. that ill all Instances they
found every thing in good order. All the apartments
looked into presented it neat and tidy appearance.—
'licit nit:thing Is abundant, their dint nutritious and
healthful. Any who are sick, revel% t: the advi...) and
attention of the regular Physician of the estaldi,hittelit,
careful nurses being employed to wait on them. Labor
iH provided for such as are able to perform It—ln eon
ducting the business of the house and farm. nod all
ate have sufficient strength participate ill this health
ful exercise. Children who are horn In
,the 111•11se. or
taken thorn in their Infancy have proper care and at
tention bestowed upon them, and when they ha on at
hi! 1110! 511111 itnit strength and years aro put, nut to
service with suitable 1101:H011H who engage to teach them
, ) , 110 useful trade, or employment. The - number of
Paupers registered on the books of the Institution tot
the first day of January 1555, was 112. There have ,
boon a:MIRA:11 since then 10, and :4 born in the house,
making. the wh do nutuber pr.)vitled for durin' the pen.
int:hiding 24 nut-door paupers :I14; of the., 21 have
died, 4 Irlund out, lit eloped :Illtl 1::11 11 1:41.11:11-.01.
the number in the house on the la day ort Janoary
I li. Mantling 24 out door pauper , : 12:1. in addition t::
the foregoing 11:11 transient pa upeis have boon admittod
1111,1 the ir wants sniodied. Epoll the whole v:our emtt
nate, iH sitislied that the institution has 'been troll
managed fur the year Just expired.
' :%1 , 01,141.1.AN,
CWINMAN. ` 11521)110.
Carlisle,./an.:1 , 1 ,'s r WM itI'VN)III
I. 11 , 1 . 01 , 1 y Vt.rtiTy that tho 111r014oltig Ii it fru^ rah. of
VlKlt.ttrt ~ f tin: Poor mild 11 mse
fun and ontiro till.
(Ili .: , .1111 of I.) tl".1 ttq niv
1k! 1. , I'l SA.. , 11111t.‘'. my Irina an.l :.0.,1 of
5..t1,1U0n..t A. ii.,
JOHN Al. 4i ft 1,,(1(),
Clerk of Court Quart. t3oss
4 .1.5 T OF SALES GPPERSONAL
PROPERTY by WM. C; HOUSER, Auctioneer .
January 25—Samuol Muter. 4 •
" 20—John Coll, dee'd.
" 30— Do.
" 31— Do.
February I—John Boyer.
11—David Neiswagner. <
" 11—Simon 'Munich.
" 12-11. W. Sadler, Adame Co.
" 13— Do.
'• 14—Joseph Eberley.
" 15—John Wengard.
`• 10—Benjamin Clay.
" 18—Conrail McQuade.
" 20—Simon Dresbach.
" 21-11 illiam Peters, Adams Co.
" 22—Jacob Nobler.
" 21—Jonas Hunsbarger. Silver Spring.
" 25—Elias Brindle.
" 2 1 1— k braham lloodyear.
" 27-Itudolph Hart Aler.
" 2 , ,—.losepli Brandt.
" 2A—Jolas Ilunslairger. E. Pennsbero.
March I—Abraham Sulenharger.
`` 3—Ephraim Ruiner.
" '4 —J‘.llll Sprout Deed.
" 6—Joshua Culp,
" Alb e 1 Moore.
" I—.hew•pli Elcock.
" 10—J0101 Sharer.
" 11—Francis M. Eckles,
• " 12—lacob Elrestone.
" I3—George Porter.
14—Jarnh Ot Ist ot.
" 16—John Morrett.
" 11—Jacob Newcomer.
" 20—.1,thn Sullenharger.
" 21-1 4 ew is Sponsler,
22—Jacob Wos t.
" 24—John MeCti
. _ _
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Ti E ART OF LOVE MAKING.
Tho most extraordinary book of the Ninetechtheentury
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The way to the Altar
Mdtridmmy made easy; or, how
to " in a 1.1lV1:1'
One Ind MIPS pass:, Prioe ()slit 1),Illar
500,000 copies :Orval) issued. Thirteenth edition
ready.• Printed on th.• finest paper, and illustrated in
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Sir sang the liard: yet 1.111.11,110111 S pine
l'..r libe the li
\VII, ilia they hilly gentle
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31 i:hl live, ititglit die, in bliss supreme,
issessi u 4 a.l of which they dream.
Tho road •1; would you know
Delay not. but t.i il.**l' go.
Time ities. and Ilrinti his 41iima) wings
A shades fills on lii in;; thingii;
'Then ow they pass. ,
1•:re till the last 5....11.1s 1,111...11 411 glass;
At least the present is your own,
\\ hit, all t h e future IS 11.111. 11.11 V 11.
A happy marriage limn or maid
( l in now s i.mre by aid.
It leeches how to make ladies trentlemen win the
dor ted alfootions of AS many 4.1 the opp , site sox as their
Ilea. Ls tufty dosiro. And the plan is simple, yet s.
tpldvating that all 111 . 0 N. warric i irrespective of :are.
Apllo.lrAlleti. or prsition: and IL can be arranged with
s iii ease and delicae . i. that detection is impossible.
It teaches how to mike love.
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It teaches hint to net, when theinated by a lady.
It teaches how to make a wrinkled taco smooth.
It teaches you the kind of wife to select to rendel
Itt 411'0, Alb to the lover wh i has been once truly
mtod. and is rejoeted :tftemvard through the interth
relive of friends.
AIL gives a remedy f r unrequited love.
It gives you instructions fir beautifying the pers'in.
I ew to Make n 11Allds , 1110 la . 1.1 and hands.
llow to romove tan and freAles.
A Imeture on Love. or a Private Advice to Married
Ladles mid Contlemen.
This is to kindly the mast fascinating, Interesting
and really useful and practical work on Courtship. Ma•
trinioney. and the duties and &flights of Married Life,
that has ever been issued ft•om the American press.
The artificial social system, which in so many instances
prevents a union of hearts, and saeriticosto convent lona
lism the happiness and even the lives of thousands of
t he young Mot hopeful of both caves, Is thoroughly ana
lysed and exposed. Every ono wh i eon templates mar
riage. and wishes for an infallible guide in the seb•ctlon
of a partner thr life, should purchase nib+ great test
book of connubial felicity.
No one will over regret the price paid for an such ha
11111 E of any of the speete.paying banks In the United
States or Canlda!: received at. par. hold dust. can he
sent front California. -
All that is necessary fitr you to do is to writs n letter
In us few weir& n.v possilde, luclohl ue ONE I>.ILLIII.
and write the name, with the County. and
: 4 Ca to. and direct 7'
I'lo iFESSOIt ROM/OUT, k AUTIIOII.
S'..! FOirty-Sixili St.. N. 1.
DEWITT kli tVENI'JRT, \ asia ti St. are the
Agent , :
')IiINTZ & would call the at
) trillion of the puhlie to their large and splendid
N E IV 0 0 0 US,
?chirp thew are increasing by daily receipts from thQ
\h'ruea•s. lie Lour.. A Iryhag, Itott,l.nrille Co.
bur ,, e, Habit, (Utile. Itonnet : 4 1Ik c. \ els et s and
Feat tires., Itr'.'•h'• and Itlanket rhnwls. Itr'sad•
rlpt 11,. PI tilt and Fa I'a.•iturrr% 111111
.111:101.4 rilet• mill Carpet.
het, 1;11111 : . 11.00S, ,
Una evor) jrl Plain and
tu.r , lied.
AT 111 El It %I. 1 ,, W I.IUCT.R.
Special notice IS 1 . :M1..1 to their Rork of Ft:llS, eom
prisiott ,tll the varieties In use. They !VIVr also made
1•111,;(411Im.t.: to order at the shortest ❑otire, Furs of
any Nt) le or take, so as to suit ei ery variety of taste.
The h um', lIINIted to call below pm.-
,•11:1 , 11pr elsewhere, as they feel confident of
ti lust ire sat istii•tbut. t.lllll 23. I ti;,l3.
ELLIN OFF AT c()
Li The suberiher has this day eol u to hell MI
his litrvio and ext,usive stuck
1) It C G 4141
At co,t. for cash. A large portion of the Flock has been
purchaseti quite reemitly. anti at reduced prim,. The
assortment is full :ma etteoplete. consisting ,ir (.I“ths,
ritSSITIOS, Jeans, Flannels. French Morinoes.
'Bombazines, Cashmeres, (*Moire Cloth,. Alptiess,
l.nines, Silks, De linos. Calicoar. Broclim mitt Blanket
Shawls. Cloth Mantles, Wool Shirts and Slips. Stockings.
t;loves, Blankets. Furs, warts, Comforts,. Mnslitts,
Cliet•ks. Pickings. Needle worked Collars, Edgings anti
inserting's, Laves, (tress Trimmings. Fritegos, Linens,
Looking tilst , ses. Carpets, Rennet., and in short, e very
itrtiele clubraccil in a dry goods Store. Also, a full as
sortment of Inn rES All persons ht want of
cheap go' is are earnestly requested to cull early, whilat
the ass..rtment Is good. and kccilro the best bargains
e‘er had in itta,•lleet a large proportion or the
stock is of the newest awl must ti ltinnahlm st
Como therefore, one anti nil, save money. by par
.:basing your goods at the ohl stand, East Main st root.
Jan . . it. (211 AS. (hi
1 1 Ali 10014
1/I.P PRNNSY INA NI A.
The linat,,,iguw.i will p for tho erect lon of
COLl,lifi EIH Fit
in Centro County, Pit, until TIitIItSPAY. the 7th of
February, 'Kitt, at In o'clock, A. M. Alro for tilt. Prife•
of - a ILAIIN, at the some place, 'rho e.dlego
will be constructed 0f111111,t , /110. n 0001 l finality of
Whi.`ll is P.IIIIII uu thuprumi , es, and will be eottipa,e,l of
a auxin building* with two wings, four stories high, pro
a frond of 2:10 foot, The Barn will be 72 by ;l7
f„„I. tarn 0100 i,,,, high, !NI," feat :dawn( ho Ifinannent t
t.l . S.lollll'. TO ho of &dine. The tihthor for the Barn.
and Ihe Stone, are now being got out nod will be for.
nishetto the contractor at cost price% The institution
t ibe located at the junction of \11(110' and fruit's
lootween kilo Inntail of :•;prueu Crook and 11.11
collie. twenty miles front the Indoor and nine tall,
lot the Litter phtee
pkils 3 ad ,I,,.eith•at ion.: (hr the buildings may 11000011
.. .I any tline after the 2lltll of dannar, • , nt the Unice o.
hilt Carlhdo: .Ind nt th,
Avrionititral htty , on and after the -ith
13 11111 il the lay of lntl in.; !iv
Ilr , ohl trthle••,. 1 , 1:1:Irli Arl'S.
11, N. )10.1
JAII 1 , ,. •4 MINES.
WillitAtitab t . )w OW.,
1 1 A it HERS, TAKE NOTIC E.-
The first premium awarded at tho State Fair, held
at liarri..hurg in 1856, also first prontiums:at the county
Fairs of Northumberland, Franklin, York,' Lycoming,
Centre. Westmoreland, Washington. Berks. Schuylkil,
Mont mmery, Delaware, and Chester, in competition
with from eight to ton different reapers and mowers.
M. A tkin's self-raking reaper anti mower will be 6.r
sale at the Factory at Harrisburg, also at Boyer &
lima. Farmers wishing reapers and mowers far the
imKt harvest can have them at a reduced price, by
..tying their orders for them before the Ist of March,
Price of Reaper, rush, t„165,
'• Reaper and Mower, cash, - - 100,
if ordered before the Ist of Nlarch; after that time,
freight from Dayton. 01)1.), added.
Ih'ire of Reaper end Mower on Ono, V 200; seventy
vse dollars on delivery, seventy - -flee dollars on Ist of
uctober, and fifty dollars Ist Jannary,llSl.7. All the
reapers warranted to give entire satisfaetlom or the
money rut:nude& leave orders with HENRY
BUR E1101.111416--A4ent for Cumberla n d runty and
Travelling Agent Direct all orders and letters to
JAMES PkTPri, lioneral Agent for Pennsylvania.
Jan 23, 1856.-1)%
(IIiRIBT3IAB AND NE %V i'l 4 .:11t.
The store of the subscriber in In receipt, awl the
shelves are now supplied with a handsome selection of
lino and rich
and decorated limey ware, such as Inkstands, Baskets,
Vdses, Coffee cups, Jewell boxes, Toy Tea and Dinner
setts, China dolls In variety, and a variety of other
articles all well suited for the coining Ilollidays.
GROCERIES AND SPICES
In every variety, fresh and of best quality have just
been added to our former stock.
of very flue quality in small sacks also on hand,
Currants, Citron and other goods adapted to the season
in variety, vonstantly In store and for sale by
C . srible, D. 19,
GOODS FOR THE HOLIDAYS!
FANCY 00111)S, GIFT nooks,
S. W. ItAvEßsTici: hats just received from the city
and is now opening tisplendiddisplay of PA NCI' tiinidiS,
suitable lbr theapprintehing Holiday Season, to which
he desires to cull 'the attention of his friends and the
public. Ills agsortment In this line cannot be surpassed
in novelty and elegance. and both in I pkality and price
of the artickis, cannot fall td ply. ira; purchasers. It would
be impiissible to enumerate I is
Ili iLI DAV F NCI" (MODS,
which comprise iiveo VILO .ty of (alley article of the most
exquisite shape staqi as
Palper Plache ilisids,
Elegant alabaster and porcelain Ink-stands and trays,
Fancy ivor), pearl and shell card cases,
Ladies' Fahey lizoikei,
laity tt iirk lkixes, with sowing Instruments,
Port Monti:ties, of every variety,
It pens soul pencels. Fancy paper weights,
Pape tortes. a oti a .4.e„0 v d rioty of ladies' Faini . i, Qlist,tiiin
M.dto seals and etafern, Silk and bead purses
LittiPS . riding whips, ele4antly Ladies' fine
rat‘ el' V.
Periume I,:wl.lteta and bags.
overy kind, the toilet
I(ou , -rl'+ Perfumes .1 tile •arlou+ 61 I,ls
ti,ittm i,truttittttit, to - all kind,: and At all prirrg,
s. Ith air insitittifirittile v,•jel y L•
Ir ;11.1-1‘,111114 lIIIdaY hilt
ex te rt tru and elegant relleetlnn of
11•)1,11)AY (1111 ROOKS,
comprising. the sariwus English and American ANNA I.S
fnr in:Pn,nehly emhellshed and !Iltn.trated I r AI.
15'1111ES. with 411111.1111 EN'S PICTOIII AI, h 5, for
ehildreil 01 an a.taa, than which nwthing ..an be mere
11'1.",pliate nr pleasing as linllday giCts. Ilis assmd Men t
Sc•ImoI Bonk:: and School Stodionry la ntnn r..mpiete.
end ...annrlsev every thing used in Cwlleze and Ow
5d t .,,..k Ile Ms!. desires to the pa' - tleular attent inn
of Families to his elegant
I. AMPS. I:MANN-11.ES.
from the extensive e.itablishinents of C,nnelitn,. Archer
anti .et fir, or I'ili44l , ll , ltia, 1,1111.1 init.,: rt •rr style of
Parini . , Chamber a n Stwly . l.Auiri, for burning either
Inn! sperm or ethereal oil, tn.:ether iritii FiloWol . Vanes,
Fancy ,screens. Ae. His assortment in this line IN un
equaled in the borough. Also, •
FRI:ITS,' FANCY CON I , ECTION A ItY —N
SERVED FRUITS, dc„
In every variety and at ail prices. All of which are pure
kid fre,h. such as can ho confidently recommended to
his friends and the little f;ilks. Ills stock embrates
every think in the lino of Fancy air. with many other
articles usetui to housekeepers which the public are
especially luriled to call and see during the holidays.—
Remember the Old Stand, nearly opposite the flank on
NOrt 11/I+p , v,t farce , -
dee 13 1855 S. W. IIAVERSTICK.
1.)(1()K8 FOIL TI 1101,11)AY S.-
) A. M. PIPER, 'Main Street, Carlisle,
3114 Is W. , ,plettlid as
sortment of \L.\l Pt 111.lt .11 . 1 , t:,: 4 . ItOtths , .
thscellaneous Book, Faney Actieles, Piemrial Papers.
A ihttil.Q, Port Folios, Port Ilteutals, Diaries. Sr. which
hat nut; been purchased at advantageous Will i.e suit at
ti.. 1,.1551.:•• I' t'As PRICES. Ile Invites partioular
at ton[~nu to his aplendhl bttiei: of
(tilt Ito , d,s.
111 ii.trated Poets.
r‘t.tintard \l oaks,
Bibles. all sizes,
. 4 11tolay Schon: •
Juvenilea, Sr., Sie,
All of which are N Iltn th.S. fresh from nu-publishers,
splendidly I...und and embelished and got tip e,..pressl)
'cm the t'lrristntftsN I lolidays. Also FANCY S'EATION KY
and Pnury articles generally. In great variety. The puts
Ile are ins 'Ceti to call and examine samples now ready
Eti - Itentember, the place to buy books., rheall, is at
PI PER'S, !Oalti street.
Dve'r It:. 14:6
E TEMPLE OF FANCY:
K RISS liCsll,E IS COMINW
And will be at Ins old flood Quarters in North
Ilanover street. during the Christina:, and Now oar's
festivities, with one of the largest assortments of
CHOICE CI Is FE(' Altl
Evrr offered In this plait, eonsiittitig. in part of Fin,
!icanily 'foes and Fruits. Jelly Cakes. Bon lions, Glint
rind Fruit Drops, Rose, Vanilla, and Burnt
Almonds. Freud' and avid , ttifint Secrets A. Also all
the ,sininviii varieties.
. FRUITS AND NUTS
of the latest ivy: such us Oranttos, Lemons,
Raising. Fists, Prtiona. Currants, soft and paper
0,041 Aino,ntls, Filberts, Cream. Corms. and Ground
Nuts. In isinitectlon %yin' thus ahoy(' an extensive as
TOYS AND FANCY GoODS
of evrry quality and pike, consisting in part of Fine
Nvax,lkia,,llitla, cry log and other Bells. Sawing and
Card Basket,. Fancy Boxes. Flower Motto 'ups,
Tea ; , .ett%. dusky, Drums, tluns, Air Pistols, Aecordoons,
Ilartnonicans, Trumpets, Chessnion of bona and wood.
Imininues. Lotto and other games. Fancy Fops. !lair
Oils and Port. Ntonales, &v. %Ye have also a tine lot. of
FAMI II ROC:V.IOES, such as pulvarlsod. crushed and
I,rov,u Sii.ritrs. of ovary grade, 00r, , ,, Ntola,,as, Starch,
li re.,n and Black Tea.,. eiders, Butter, soda, Sugar, %Vater
nail oilier Crackers, chaescl. kr,
. - .
. . . • .. -
1 . 111 , :•1111,4'Wiher 11;tUrIlti htS Sllleilro t11:1111:, to tt gellPr
-011, plt) , lji• 1 . 41 r the patronage bernt,t;tl.ll ),VSti oWilit On him,
Will hopt,S, by It tit,.4re t•.) ph:Ane, to 1110rit fi CollthlllaliVe
Id the ,alile. P
1 4 ; f .M.O.N l'l'.lt..
e m 1 isl , , Dee'r I'2, 1955. •
OAK ES, Fit (TITS & TOYS
FOR CIIIIISTMAS AND NEW YEARS.
--Tlw silbserilwr Iws just r~cicod from
A I'llihtll . lolll% mnl k 110 W , )111,:iing auk
(.11tileSti v/triPty of
TOYS AND FANCY ARTICLES
snit:ll4o flu• the apprinteltliPx nllvays nn
iuuul ......ry of FANCV ('AI ES:
doll)Itos nud ev..i.y ot.ii..i.
moeowt stork i'l' nun( l':/N
-1.1.CTI.IN %RV. all Nvllleit will lar sold at, small pr.dit.:,
;Ire li'lliill . l.\' 1111 iti`li to airs 11, :1 call
dttrii.: Ilro II oil Pitt two
••••...1 , ... 01 Main* '4l
...., FOR RENT.—The corner
L , Storo Room and cellar now occupied
!:1, vi...„,...,'..---:, by N. W. Woods as a Dry (k o ok
~,, " 't.ti r ' Store. It is one of the best stands
in the borough.
Also, the-Dwelling House on West Lowther street,
now occupied by Mrs. Elizabeth Stough. Terms made
known on application to
del'. 19,'55. J. A. Illi M NCH.
A 1.13 Al3l, E TOWNPO PERT Y
AT MIMIC SALE.—That desirable House and
hot, situated on East Main street. In the lie rough of
Cal lisle, late the property r e f Andrew
Holmes, Esq. The improvements see
a commodious two story NVeather- N
boarded House, with a large and eon- ap 1 •r!
enient (Ave, neeese ,
sary Mat-buildings, and a lar4s and • -'"'
sol;stanti:d Log Stable. The garden contain,. a number
of fruit trees.
Pra.hebsion nlll he given on the first day of Aprll next.
It will I, sold iid Saturday, the Ildh of February next,
at the Court House. at 10 o'clock. A. M.
For terms and further particulars inquire of the on
JANE. ANN BOOMS,
11 I LI,/ A.ll I. HOLMES,
By his Attorney in fact,
Jan. 2, 'AG. JU N
TOHE li0()M F IMNT.---The
L. Store Room now oceup sl by the subscriber, situ.
nted on West II igh 5t.,193 near the Railroad Depot. is
offered for Rent. Terf Mtge and possession given
on the Ist day of April next. Apply to
Jan. U. 1 sttC. LENORA FAUsT
changing his business, offers the above large and Vlnn
nindiOnS nub and apparatus for sale. on the most rea
sonable terms. These mantis have a commanding idtir
Won in the most business and central part oft Town.
with an excellent Northern and .ire admiral lv
adapted to the taking of A mhr , d.t re Pit tures.
jan9 GEO. M. 11OFFER, l'a.
J. _Ny . BY
STEAM SAW MILL ANI)
LAND I'oll SALE.—The sub
seriber otTors nt private sale a FTEAM
15,12igm ',kW Mll.l, situated in f.euth
ton tovroship• l'uttiLerland county.
ith which is commented about NINE Ill'N ()RED AND
THINTY-Til ItEE ACRES of good Pine. leak. Chesnut
and Poplar feather. The Mill and Engine are in the
host running order and can be started at a day's notice
There Is a good double tw.i.story ELIA Nti 1101' 4 T.
we the Property. suitable for ttvu families. n lib an allure
and gond :tabling. Ab a sh fifty nen, the land retied
br etdvantetzeonsiy run 'vatted and eon, m ind Into a pre
table The property presents great inducementii
t enuelinser, Terms will be made yo r other
part lenlars apply to the sul,oriber at Carlisle l'a
1111. H. SLYMOI'It.
vs)l)l,A It LI )1' NW l'E AT
Pictv.tTE SALE. That valuable ',lee° of ground
situate in South Unilever street, in the borough of
C:triiSie.l.ll.lNVll as the
I'o I' LA It L T
,Said lut t - ontititu. al tit nut, rn re and it quarter of
,tn,tnel and front Its desirable and advantazeous leen ,
ti , ut lii nibitirably tiditpted fur building ptirveces.
The bit will entire, or lo lots to suit pur.
chasers. For terra and further ditirtionlitr. enquire ~r
A. 1,..; , P1P.5itt1.1.1t,
Real Estate Agent and ,critener.
AFALUABLE CORNER PIWI"T\
AT PRIVATE SALE.
That very valuable and well Ip.an BUSINESS
srAND..itunte on the corner of North lisnover and
Pea [her Streets. In the borough of Carlisle now owned
iml ..eeiipied by .Ineoli Fetter. eontaining an feet front
on Hannover street and 24 , 1 feet nil Louther street.—
The hurovements till Hannover street ale a large
THREE STORY HOUSE, with a large bidet, back
Ing finished In the most elegant manner, einitaininVll
larooms including the stet.° mini, besides pantries
, ;(1 and convenient closet arrangements. The STtil:E
ROHM is 33 feet in depth, fitted up in the best
possible manner and one of the most desirable and long
statilished business locations in our town.
'There is n large two story brie: building fronting. on
bouther Mt rent. with n shop attached. now occupied AN
•-abinet matter shop. Also a stator on the I,.nt 4.1 the
an.l other necessary ont buildings. The property
is in excellent ardor h„vi„,. ; been recently tilted up by
the present occupant For terms le. ellq tar' of
the stile. rilier having In the fast tire' twain 4ume,l
Ulm arils of a hundred and forty Porn Sheller.; for Hem
ry:ltheads, wishes to inf:rm t he Farmers of Cumberland
e. , unti that ho Is prepared to trams• them anew. I will
take Wend in pay for Priming. and will im
sure the tititoldnes tee mil well. My shop Is at the
North end of \Vogt street.
( — MEIN SIIELLERS,
'lll 111 . 1 h.:
2.) assortment of Superior i'oro t•'•o,
111,7 Itorliug's 1,1,;11.1e• nt hi1..11.1, ,••.
.1 Coro por da . s . Also I'onntwk . , ll):ol,l p
fors. with various Miler patents of vat 'is ,a 1 • it
straw and ioilder ('litters of the ..;•p, ,
strutl tin /111., in greilt variety.
mutter.. Subs •ii •I
Super or 11,, Yokes • • e •
Coro :not (01, )tills ,
Spre:ulers..te , !Or stile lode-Ale and I
Akrr'eu'd urn' IVaret misc. and. well Stt,r4.. N. M. t' , .r
7th awl Nlarhot sr s., Phi la. Ort
)()s E tt" (1( )11 I'l A N I`'(JR S .1.1 .E.
Two liew 2.1111 0., and
7 4.o:lves. thine the eelehrated nninuraelory ~f.
Usti. ~ ii,trtm,,,,l• 113%e been
earefitily .elected )rom n lame of k. end ere ival ranted
to vi ye entire ettielart 'They i v ,ll
1 T It 1 t`
Ana I.ept in order bv n coillpetont pers. 1 , 1, for I;tie year
fll.lll date of salt.. Tit t , no Wilf , limy Wish icaltline, nr
to p%1,11.1-0 n _III.I Instrument. are invited to rail upon
the .111,0:1,er at the revidenee in Carlisle
it ENT, t try WHO tie..rind-hand Piano }beta St
p per gnarter, 3011...1. K. ,TA' MAN.
t NOT!' ER INVOICE OF Elegant
Needle ‘Vorliett'e,,llars. Itufilin.r. Inserting, end
Edzeings. just received Irian New I , orls. ut Ivry reduced
dee- 19, %,5.
lEATFIER.—Fritz & Ilendry, Store,
.4 1:9 Nnrth ad st. l'ltil:delphia. Moreeen Alan ufact ut
re. l'urrlers, Imparters, Commission and General I.4Aatt
r 1 , 111431W , 5. •
01110,1:SA1X AND ItLITAIL—M :mut/dory 15 lip
halktreet. Fel). 7-ti
1 0 r ; AM NOV R EC, EIVI Nt
0 (,) eje my spring stoelipi P . API.R. lIANGINC
Welk the largest and nao4l %/MIA ;assortment ev•
opened in Carlisle. to which I \ :vitt° the early attend. ,
.0 the puhlie. as' intend selling, at privet. which ammo
Mil to please tin, closest purchaser.
niate . htli
) 1 1 1. ): ).
i N t
I I : IRON
1) atteuthal of tlpt puldia is Invited to the extend'
nt inufartory and ware-twat ni the stakivriber, tt• ho
prepared to furnish, at the shortest neWe, IltioN RA!
INO if every fir CEN) ETEEI Es, p pLic
PRIVATE III I II,IANGS. also VER ANDAlltl. HALO)
I Et, FaIISTAINS, SETTEES, PIIAIRS. LIONS, DOG
and other Ornamental Iron ‘V,,rlt of a der wall
altar:leder. all of whielt in eceedied with th„
,d,.. 07 ul pleashr4 the t.hdo. while they emuldtte all
re 1 ,11,4n . ..A of iwality nll , l SllhtiLlVlltial +•4 , ll+t:
p itre h.,: or , on 11.4,1 tit: 0.1
and I 1 , , their Ida,, of de>tinuli~a+.
A l , ek ttf dr.ttitthtt e•ent 'I 4i• hd i
a _..1;•1t lit , :•"1 . 1%1) to
itia•ze A venue I.elow tiaraolit, I'LE.I
Oct, 10, '65,.
'for Safe nub Mewl,-
A. L. Sl'o,NSl,Elt,
Real Estate Agent and Scrivener
.In, F:111 W V Eli
CIIA 0 - 0 I LBY
JOHN P. LYN
A MARVELLOUS REMEDY,
- A MARVEI.I,OI!:•3 AGE
Tit It. G It AN D EXTERNAL R P.M EDI
By the aid of a lokroscope. we bee millions of tittle
openings on the surface f our bodies. Through thesis
this ointment, when tinhhed on the skim is carried to
any organ or inward part. Diseases of the Kidneys.
disorders of the Liver. a flections of the heart. Intiatua-
Don of the Lungs. Asthmas, Coughs and Colds, aro by
its means effectually (711r1 , 1i. El Pry housewife knows
that salt passes freely through bone or meat of any
thickness. This healing Ointment far more readily
penetrates through any bone or fl eshy part of the living
otly, curing the most dangerous Inward complaints,
that eannot he reached by other means.
ERYSIPELAS, SA LT RHEUM AND SCORIA:TIC
No remedy has ever done so much fur the cure of dis
eases of the Ki‘in whatever form they may assume. as
the Ointment. No rase of Salt Rheum, Seurvy, Sere
Heads, Scrofula or Erysipelas. can long withstand Its
intluenee, The inventor has travelled over many parts
of the globe. visiting the principal hospitals. dispensing
this Ointment, giving advice us to its application, and
has thus been the means of restoring rountiess numbers
SORE LEGS. SORE BREASTS, WOUNDS AND ULCERS
Some of the most scientific surgeons now rely solely
on the use of this wonderful Ointment. when having
to rope with the Worst cases of sores. wounds, ulcers,
glandular swellings. end tumors. Professor H o lloway
has. by (mnmand of the Allied Governments. dispatch
ed to the ineplials of the East. large shipments of this
Ointment, to be used under the directions of the Medi
cal staff. in the W. a•,t eaNes 111 wounds. It will cure any
ulcer. glandular swelling, stiffness or contraction of th•
joints, oven of 2.1) scar's standing.
These and other similar tlistressing complaints can he
effect uall) cured if the Ointment be well rubbed in n•er
Lhe parts affected and by otherwise the print
ed direr liens around each pet.
4 EOTII THE OINTMENT PILLS MOULD 111 VSED I 1 lII'
Chapped Hands Salt Rheum
Fistulas Sore Legs
(lout Sore Breasts
Imoilchm Sore fiends
Mereurial Erup- Sore 'lliroats
Sores of nil kinds
** Sold at the Manufactories of Professor IlottowAY,
SO Lane. New York. ntid 244 Strand, Londbu.
sir by All respectable Uruggeots and Dealers of
ciuro throughout the United States. nod the civilized
world. in Pets at 25 cents, b2 , ' •ents, tlllll $1 each.
*it - There is a considerable sits tug by taking the
N. 11. Directions for the giii , ninco of patients In eve, y
di.order nre nailed to each Pot.
DESI.I) is it ATUM!—
M. .IAO/11S. No. 381 Poplar Street, Philadelphia.
.17, now manufacturing a WRIT' NO PEN, composed of
metals which not•beiug liable to corrosion will be found
as durable ash or 10 steel pens. Resembling the quill
more than the gold pan in elasticity. they will be pre
ferred ne not injuring the color of Red Ink or collecting
any of that sediment about them which steel pens in
Tariab l 2 , do; they will la+ found an invaluable improve
ment. One trial will prove the fact that they are more
economical t h an and superior to any pen in use. Price
12, 18 and 25 cents per dozen, Or $1,25, $1,50 and $2.08
per gross. For wile iu Mechanicsburg by .1. DORSI(
EIMER. and in Carlisle only by
Oct. 17, '55. A. M. PIPER, Main street,
I[I,I,I7STII.ITFD HISTORY OF A
YEARS EvENT tY TuE CRIM EA.—Complete up
tthr prem•ut date. Embracing u Journal of the Siege
.of Set sat„,pel--Battles, Sorties: Storms, Wreehs,
Wounded, Missing, Ar.. with the latest reference. Nlep%
of the Crimea anti Black Sea. Also, three ewe of Se
vaston,d, with descriptions of each, mud 3 splendid E''
graving of Cronstadt, allowing and describing ita hdttti
Size of !trap, 2t Ity 32 Inches. Price 25 emits, Iteauti
oily colored. Sent by mail to any part of the reuntry
for one 'tent pottattge.
Map. (took and Print Agents wanted for every Stat•
in the Union to sell from a list of popular Alaps. Let
tors of inquiry promptly a IltOvored. Catalogues anti
specimen sheet free to the trade.
nov. 1 1.
lION I.ltON.—The subscriber has
the satislartlon t. atiounce-to the public that hi.
large and extensive \%nru !louse b. completed. and la
filled with ono of the largest and best assortment of
HAMM tlitEll aiND lIIILLISD iitoN
ever offered In this place. Those in want would do we
to rail and examine before purchasing elsewhere. lie
member the old stand, East street.
Sept. II EN EY SA XTON
ItECEIVEI).—A lut of patent
e (; l'indel'S. a nietrartlele for Farmers, or (kind)
VOTIOE IS lIEHEBY GIVEN that
1.1 will he made to the next Legislators
id Pennsylvania. to alter the Charter of the
I)!,PONIT 104%tted In the borough of Carlisle. t tun•
herland SO As to confer up,n the said Bork the
rights and pig% ileges of it Bank at Issue. alle to ellallgv
Its name to the CARLISLE BANK. Also to inel ease
the capital df said Bank (v. hieh Is at present thou
sand dollars; with Ihe privilege of inereasdng thn saute
under its present charter to 0110 11(111(11,d the usund
dollars) to two hundred and fifty thousand dollars.
By order of the Matra d Direetfirs.
WM, M. IMMTEM, Cashier
Carbide. Juno 25, 1q5.5.,C0l
N()TICE IS 1110 t 1 , ;1317 1;11"1':\,
that an application will lie made to the next t*
islat ore of the :tate of remssylvank. rio. the passage
a law to incorporate a I.lauk of loliosite, with a capital
of I'm I'ttucsANo DOI.I.kRS. With authority to jiwrezthig
the satiteSerOne Unwired Thousand Dollars. T. 1.0 ral
[tl4,l thr M V1:qr . ...1t , : CSBU DEPOSIT E BANK , and to
piorlit.eilfin the borough of Meilinnlia•burg. l'a
;objeveet ' ltiii Bank is to itterease the general Insiute
fnrilithltf' [the public In the Nicinity of its lois:ohm.
:Into 'thumb. sr.
floury a. Hopp,
John roover, •
Andrew I. KatifTsnan
Mev.quthlesburg, .lune 20. Is6oolut
eiIitIASI,P, - DEPOSIT BA NE.—
jspur,,, 11r.l'octr, will ire rOCCIS.'d at this iSnnk for
any let.2th of time over four months, mid Into c v t paid
at the rate old:OUR PER CENT. per 11111;11111. /11 , 4 the,
principal paid back at any thne after maturity wit hout
notice. Interest ceases after the C:tpil:/it VIII of the thn.
spe.itled In the certificate, unless rote% ed fit' :111 , ther
given period. In which ease the Interest is paid up un
til the time of the reneu al. Rank opens at tl u'cierk, .4.
NI. and Acv's at '2 (i'cluck, I', SI.
R. PARKE/2, President.
W. 'l7, llrr.trm. l'ashlor
MOILAIR ITEAI) nitEs.sEs.—.Yost
ove viol by the stibstylber n vAtiely of Whair
il" 31 1 Ore. 4, 8. linteeloB. hoallet Feat herr., hon het
Ithlter Blonds: ,te
Nov.tV 4 , '65.
PILES AND FISTULAS
;AIR J. , ints
NVounds of all
A. H. JOCELYN,
No. ivi Fulton Ht., S. Y
J. p. LYN F'S
Hanover St., Carlisle
David \tiller, •
OEO. W. 111 T.NER