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Gig untie ni
too most Talented lieirminers, the most Magnificent Stud of norm, nod the most Wiinderfut
Performing Eiephitilts in the Worid—funning tb..6ost'§ploritlid Combination of 'A ttiaction everodered by
any traveling Company in A inerlca. •
Proild tient among tlin attmetione of this unpreeedentedVnique Exhibition, are the truly . vroderful Trained
v . o.ol 4 uts; -•
PIZARII,O AND . CO ItTIF,Z,
htoly purrhasell from rho refelentenl .1.1111 , 1 N DER PI...,NTS l'aHs, 113'10(11MM SANIk, Etil„101d hovel.. LI expressly
for this Exhibli ion, by i 4 ANIOI. NATItANS ie. Co. .
'rhino wonderful tiO101:11S excel i n
. their Intelligence, docility, and trnelability. nll Miler Te1;111ell Animal.;
timeline° aiee beep pxliil lied, and .tt.c.nreilitli teats nerei - befere ntletnided by UM haliN Id into Of the 11 , uto
Cientinn. They •hniice, Ascend - 11 dined Planes. , gland. on,,their Brads. Ploy evon.llllmlral Instruments, and
pei . l.min s a
world of .extraordinory lents nt the word' or ef , mim.d. in.ll manner which nflu.st In. Seen to lm rieb
/mod., llesides.these reunirladde animals, two other Col ofisnk 3i:icy It ants are attached to the Ex 1111.1..
Mon, and a a.
' TW E LVE
nf • . - ~ . .
.. • ELVE SfiETLAND 'TRICK :PONIES, •
Among the eelehrated Eonestrlen - Performelyninests. end-Athletes, will Le found - - 9 - • _
EA'ai STONE,OIARLEY SHERWOOD, DIME. VIRGINIA, DENZOR BROTHERS,
J. J:NATHANS, PHILO NATHANS,• MAST. CHABLEY, MLLE,' PDAy".....108. ,
• II ASTLETT'ond W. ASHTON. :lESSE SANDS, TONY PASTOR. Ilse Moll, \ -c
GEORGE SANDS, BEN HUNTINGDON, SAM LATHROP,-IliwGontlenon Clown.
- and a nunnuoup Troup. of Tnultors, Tula 14 err, Al rant?. (13 InnaM F, I'IIIIIIRO hts, .1 ugglA s, Comic l•lngers, dc.
In tutditi.5 - 0.4yr0 multlinrious ottldrtiorns, Um Exhibition mill be neethmatil&l by the lenowned
.. . -.
•' • • ' S T-EA.3I '-.0 A IL 1,1 (1).1 ) E - .... .
.the most wonderful and lmhluilleent Inupleal Instrument ever ronktrueted This crnrgeens raelodie monster •
' hill prevelothe (Ittralcado.on its entrauge inth the town, drayl by A Tenn of Ele.plinitfti, and' per.
• • form it.,eries of !he im,t popular eneratre airs. And hill also idol dm il.g - e, rut exilll4l4 I. u huh all hill bavo
an opptrtunilly of cmintinilwita wonderful Int:thus:lsm..)tt 0:1J ornele_A ely_Yorlc,Corncl •Bnrldi - .---
..... compoued Of piclied g,do - yerloClimrs. wllTperformoll:ltie 110 Nest. and loon linthlonoblo r.A..,.tiontrorfinurh. dur,
--- Iniftliii - MilillittkarMCllMl the Calllopri. imt - wed. , '------- ' Yr - ---
• klca)7" Will perlorm at CXRISSLE, on rfee.sday, Sle'plembrr Gth,. 1859. • Mlnlisbion 25. Cis.
Doors open,ot2 •
and 7 P. XI. •.* ,
E LECTION PROCLAMATION.-
. WIIEREAS, In and by no act of Um tlenePal
suaudy.of Chu Commonwealth of:Pennsylvania, entitled
an 4 . Act relating to the
.cleetiotai Or this V.. 11114111-
wealth,'passed the hi cloy of .t uly, A. 11, MI), It Is tootle
the duty of the Shedd' 'of every enmity veil him this
Commonwealth. to Oyu puhlie notice the General
Eleetions;a la in sod, notice to enuuteratu: °
1. ThL.oilleena.to-be elected.,--.--..•
1!..1./tsLolate the place.at WII jell the dlectlon is to be held
litni T. 31e0AliTN tligh iherilf oft lie,ottuty of
Cumberland, do hereby make known and give . this pub
lic :naive to the electors of the county of Cumberland,
that on Tu EMMY. the I Ith day of o,•tobr next, an
election will held at the several election districts es
tablished by law hi said cot oty g ut n hick thee they
will vote by ballet
,fur I ouvurnl 011iCOrti hereinafter
named, viz: •
• • •_
ONE PERSON for Auditor Coneral of flu, Common.
wealth of Pennsylvania.
ONE PERSON for Surveyor 4.le . nmati of the Common
wealth of Pennsylvania.
ONIi l'iiittiON to represent lho Countlei of Cumber
. fund, Perry, Juniata' and 31ililiu In the, 'Senafe of
Co represent the counties if Cumbe
land and-Perry in -t he' house-of - Hopresen to ti Peer of
Pennsylvania. . ,
ON Is PERSON 6:r l'..:nou,;r of CuloluThunt County
ONE PE ItS. / . 9.. a,, CIIIIIIIIIsNI , , ner of Cutllberland County.
---- ON E - PlittSUN - for District - Attorney'of Cumberland
ONE PEitS.)N for lllreet or of - the Poor of Pumberlund
ONE PE I tSON. for Coroner of Cumberland County, •
__ONE PERSON _for.Auditor_of Cumberland_County.
ONE' PElt§ON for.,Surs eyor Pl' Cum tomiand County.
The Bald election will'he held throughout tho ennui.).
WI follows: •
1110 election In tim election district coniposthl of the
borough of Carlklo and the I,,onsllips of Nta Si,
ton, South Middleton, looser Miaow. L e w er
Frankf,rd, will be hilt! COurt Muse is, the bnry
' The e l ec ti oh I” the eled,hm district composed of Lme
ur West l'onimb,rou4ll .toivnt•hip, will he held td. the
Schuo) House inElainfield.
• Thl , election in Ike eltictlon district compotir.l of
ver 4ring Ni 11l be held at tin public home of
licrir4e Duey. in Rote:tow. In said tosienship.
The election In tho election district composed of
Ilemptlen township. Will 110 held at the house rormerly
occupied by usury Ilirkernnll. iu sold toirukhip.
The election In the elei•tion diktrii•t comp:l,rd of JLo
township of Upper .Allea: eill be. held at the
h cue OkTepitl by John Floyd. In Shepherd...town.
The election In the clectiOn diatrl.l i•onip •keil of the
to4tislilp of Llie IT Allen. will be held lit, the witgato r
matter Fill .11 of .10 nes lid iichbarsoiri
'flue election in the •Ceetion deAriet c•lnipis'ed of Ea
- Penustisroirgli - township.' will sb,-hold - at-the. lati
now occupied by &Clay, at the West end of the liar is
71t election in the election district composed of Nee
C111111M.111114.1, Will be held at the house I••rtnerly kept
bi.. 1% tn. IC Wild. in the bi•reitch of .\ ow Cumberland.
The cicctlon in nhe i•1••,•tion dirt, let composed of the
Boretich of iilei•lianie•A•tir i t. will Ike hold at the. , ,puhlic
hoc,. 4.laines 311.1,1 y. hi kohl
The vloolon In the elution distrlct co:1)10.M id
tlip.ii I be held at tint publle 'hob. el
•Saanuel .11Aluer, iu Uhurchtown,•in said township. . •
Thy ehoaion In the eloction district eetnp•n of Up-
per Dickinson towt , hip: will be held at' the Dons° for.
tnerly I 101•upied Ity .flatDID11.111:01. in said township.
The elect+on lit the election lll,triet composed the
borou,li of Newsille, and tow white of Jlitlliu. Upper
Fraul;thrd, Upper AVO:t Pomo:loom,and that part to
•Non too township - not included tho Leesburg election
tlistrit•t. will he held' at the east et.d the Public
SOlt ml House.
The &diction in the election district composed
Aloiencell.townsltiP will Lu held . nt. the New Ilrlr
School (louse. In Nowli rg:. in said towntldp. •
110 The election In the election itistrii t composed of th
rnhi is of shimmust.nr 4 . onl.llll, an,
that part of Southampton to: uehip not 'lncluded li
th& Leesburg.: election district, will be held nt tl
Cohncil Hoene in the :borough uliiiiiippensburg.
• The electiwi in tho election district row:posed of part
of Newton and iiiinthatinfton townships. not
in the New:title and SLippcuahurg districts, will hi
field at. the Innisitfonnetlywceupled hy .11iiz
well lu Lueslair.
NOTICE IS GIVEN
That every person except justices of the Peace who
. shall 'told illy office Or Of profit or trukt
imam the llord r , tates ..r of thin State, or any city or
I,li-oQ:waled istriet, Is:thee a ehoulissiotord oille.?t• or
otherwise, a xuhordl nalu offirer or agetth, who is or shall
be employed under the legislative, executive. or Judi-,
diary departments of this State. or the United' States,
. or of any city er of any litelwcarated district ;nod also.
that any 3lettiber al Congress Or of the State Legislise
turd. and of the :;elect or Common Council of any city,
or commissioner of any - Incorporated dish art, Is by la,
Incapable et holding or exercising at the tenni, time the
elide or tippet ittmeh t ofjudge, illispeetur or clerk ',lady
elections of this Cnuunnn ov.dl h, tied Chet tan illtiolelor.
judge, or other odic, of such election shall be eligible
to be there voted for.
- And the said act of Assembly, entitled an - art relit-
Clung to the elections of tills common welt h, passed Jul.
105.1, further Provide', as tepees, to wit:
'That-lin -Inspect,rs mud .judges shall meet, at the
place appoloted.Sw holding the eleLtions of the district
to which they respectively belong, before nine treloelr
in the morning of the Stroud Tuesdify ill Qptober,•and
each of said inspectors shall :top 'hit one clerk-, echo
811311 he a qualified voter or bnia district.
"Iu case the person who shall have received the'sec
ond highest soother of votes for inspector shall not ta
t. rid tot the day of the election, then the person who
- - ninth 11 .'9 rucoivnd-the serail highest number Of Voted
et the next preceding election, shall act as Inspector-in
his plat,. Aud lo tome fire person who shall have re
ceived the Lighcet number of v tee fir Inspector shall
not attend, the pers., elected judge shall appoint-an
inspect, In his and in Cana the persoti elected
judge shall not attend, then the inspector what recelv•
ed the highest number of votes shall appoint to judge In
his place, or If any vacancy shall 1:1111tIUlle In the board
for the space of one hour alter the Untanned by law for
the omitting of the election, the qualified ,(tors of the
township. hard or distriet•for which such officer shall
Liter been elee Led, present at the place or olectiou, shall
elect olio Of their number to 11118M:11 vacancy.
" It shall be the duty of the second assessors of each
district to attend at the Weeder holding every general,
special, or township electiolt, during the whole time
a-old election Is 'corm's, fm ten purpose of giving in:
formation tithe-litspectors Adjudges when called on,
Is relation to the 'eight dimly five it assessed by Ahem
to vote at molt Idection, or such in natters-in rela• .
' tam to the :15:idilS111011tli'llt rulers motile sold Inspectors
or either of the, shall from tittle to time require.
"No per Son shrill be permitted to vote at any election
RA aforesaid, other than a white fireman of she age of
twenty,ne years ne more, who snail Lave resided in the
State at least one year, and it the uMetlon district
where he oilers his voteat least len days. Immediately
preceding such election, nisi within two years paid a
State or comity tax, which Anil have been assessed nt
least ten days before tire election. hut a cititen of tiro
United States who has previously health qualified voter
of this Stale, and toutoved therefrom and returned, and
who 011.01 huvn resided ht Hie election district and paid
taxes as 'awes/ad, shall bo untitled to vista after mold.
log in this State yrs months Provided, That the
whita,frohdien, dtizutis of the-Molted litotes, between
tt elay.oue and twetit)•to (1 years, who hove resided lu
an election district on aforesaid, snail tie eittitied to,
veto although they shall not have pnld taxes.
Ni, erson shall be permted to vole winos° Immo i
not ined du the list of it taxable inhillillants fur
"—lashed by the Comfoissietters, unless First, he pindneo
a receipt for the payment witfilit two yeard of a State
or county tax assessed-agreeably to the Constitution,
, - - asil - glvasittielhetory - evidencepritheron - hid 015th 'Waft
lirmatlon, cc the oath °radii - motion u 1 another, Wet Ile
hoscald - such tax, or on !allure to produce a receipt
Shall make oath to tiro payment thereof. Second, if he
(delete right to veto by being an elector between the
ago of twenty -unit and twonty-two years, he shall 'de,
, pone on'onth or affirmation Clint he has resided id this
- State at least ono year next before hls - nocilcation,ntid
'nuke ditch proof 01'1% Sllllllleo ill lIII` district as lamely
ed by this ad, and that Ito does verily believe. finni-the
account given hint, that he is of the ago aforesaid. and ,
o tlieturldebewlts*lkrequired•by- this act. wirers- -1
. upon the mune of the person thus admitted to vote
shall Ice insetted ht tho,nlphnhuticat list by tit( Inspec
tors, and a note outdo opposite thereto by writing the
word " he shall be adlititted to vote -.by reason
of having paid. taxi" or the word ' , age," If lie shall he
admitted to vote by roasen of. siletmtae..-'shall he-called
tint Ili the elerlitl.llo 110 Shall stalte..the like totes OU.the
lints of voturii locally - them.
o In all cases wlewo the Mitne of the perieni,elinning
',to Veto is f and ell ttai listVuritishad -by the 'Conan's..
sionersfind aSsesser, or Ida right to vote, witether found,
.thereon or not, ik of tr by, auy'qualified citizen,
"It-ehall be the duty of Mil fitspecturs to exanditis such.
'pertant on calif as to Wu quallaca.tioad lc tic Melilla
to hare'resided within the State for one year or more
his oath shall,be sufficient (woof thereof. but shall
make proof IV at least 0110 competent witness, who
shall he n itualilied elector, that be has resided in the
district for more than tom days nest immediately pro
ceding such election. and shad also himself swear that..
his been tide 1 . 05i110111 . 11, in pursuance of his lawful call
ing. is in siticklistrict, ac.d that I e did not rdurve into
said_disti let _iiir,_t , hu.pitiqiuse ills volt fig - theriiiql --- ,
—•• Ilvery ptll,loll qualified us' iiiiiresaid. and who shall
nialandin. proof, if required: of the re;hllenee,and pay
meat of taxes aS aforesaid. shall he admitted to otttplit
the township, ward or dlstrlel` In ehii.6 lie shall resitlii
URI"' per:on shall prevent Or attempt to pri,vent
any nillejr ;11' any derail) under thlli l e t 'from Wohling
stub eincting;'or use or threntrn any violence to any
sorb nille r. nr shall Illterilipt or ; improperly hilerfele
,‘lth him In ihe execution 01 tile duty, or shall Merit
tip the WIIIIIOW; or U 1,311110 to any window where the
snore stayl,o hohlimr, ur b 1110 1• riotously dioturb the
r oci t rlurlltni, Jr( shall ute any' • intimidating
thrents, three er rielonen. with design to. injtoonce
dilly or overawe any rloi•ter, or to prortnit hint from vit. •
thug nrto-rest rain -tint•freetiont of choice. ouch pet MUM'
I oil conviction shall lit lined sum .not exceeding
lir,. hundred Outliers. and haprisoned for any time not
• lets than tlinje nor more than twelve mont Its, and lilt
shall inrshowtr V. - retard, where ilia - triatottuelt Oireneo'
I shall he loot: 'that the p-rsnu sd 'Offending \VAS not
resident of the eityorard. district or township wheru,
the nlrenre 'IVAN 1.01111113L10i1. 1110 114 entitled 11/
(IWO nn -14.111'1141011- 110 SPOLOlleetl to--- -
pay a anent' sot the than ono huddled nor ',wry than
lun.(1,11111F111111dellers. nut Ito lnlpriauucd 1101 Iron
FIX ttiontits nor mord Chun' tiro 3 ears. : •
•• tfu ny per,. or lIITSI/On 011811 111111(01111y net or Wit-
.her upon tin, result of no 'election ivithin the r.itini
oiler to'iirelie env knrL Iwt nr IV , I
err. either by vieital prorlatontiou thorrof, or hy Airy
written or printed rilielleuee 1n hrvito
any person to midse sueli hot nr tvnmr. 11110:11 mllllOlO,l
thereof Ile or- they forfeit and:pity tine., tinny, the
tinintlllt on bet lir to lie not.
`• If :hey person not is shall
leanly tutu on any elortitokof this l'ointnonerelilf. or
being. oilteririmilined shaft vitt, nut of lii proper
nny person the Want 01 each
did Or procure micit pet soll to
tilt' person offending. thall. en coin led,. I e Peed In
nor bum not exceeding two hundred d. rdirs. :11'11 the
Imprisoned for :toy term net exceeding Or ee thentits.
I f any person i•Itall lote at timn one election
disttictznr nthernike tintittlentl,ip‘iits node than ‘iiitee
mit ilesalne day, or :Moll franduns4l.l : p,,i,tti ow' ,liiiiv r
to the lusimoMor two th•Letr 1.17....:ntynr„...-Oftli—tholiniglit,
Illegally to vote. or shall pn.1.111•. lIIIoi iiPi• Ludo so, ho
or they offending. shall on COM ii . tl4lll 11. fined In nut
in not less limn tiny nor more than five 111111(11M!
Itlllll,ll. nod he borrlnott . od ror itny term not 'lres than
. 'throe nor more than twelvo months.
• olf .n.e pees,. 110 t. 1111:111r10,1 to Tulle in this Common
wealth agree/o,ly to law. (except thin totter ‘o,llfl,ql
nitro on.) shall appear nt tiny ohive or eleetlon for the
~parpnso,,of intimmeing the citizens qindilled to' vote,
Jr. %Mil on conviction I , rfall and pay any ,11111 not ex
couding one hundred dollars for curry suvb olictice. and
0t . 1111111+.1111 , 1 fir 311 S term 1101 ex ling three inonills'.•
' A,,,,,,m ) . tz, Ij, prey isloOli of the SI% tpllll4 SOO 1 , 31.
or tllO void art. every (loners' mad Special klert ion f4lll
lie openedhet.Wl!oll the hours of eight 'nod ten In tiro
11,renoon. and shall rnu tin ue ulllkuut Interruption Or
,ijOilrOlllollt milli FoVIOI O'OlDels in the eiening, intuit
the pills shall he cloned.
And respeetive Metre is aforesaid
are by the said art regiiired to unit ut Lilo (*oust 1101,11.0
lu the borough of thin. third day after the
election. poring Friday. , ho 1<,.11 day of Ortol.er.) then
and there to perform the thlin,requlreil of then) by law.
The Comm.tlO Jthil.t, Or the ildpresent illy° distriet,
milli inert at caylisle, at the thee tleed 1,3 lw.
Ulern under my Mind, nt C11111,10..1116 lith dny or
A ug unt,
VAL U Al3ll E REA LII , .',STA-TE AT
By vlrtuu of nn order of the orphans' f'nurt of Cum
berland Conn , y, will be mad nt µtthtie sole mr the me
mho,. TIIIIIt. , IIAY, the HER
10%1, Al 1.0 Welock,— , l-11.,,111_11e-1111114.1ane-deltallted
neat Iletate, the leerily of t l j. Itrlrrof looter helm,
dee,' , and tile:lle in Nutt, :1110,11rIen too ushlp,
bonrdod end aeerrllavl cc follows: 1 , 11 the north by the
North Mountnln, on the nust by Duvld 7 : elgler'n
on the tooth by Dr. W. W. Dale, nud on Um west by
John Barley nod John helm,
abotit 268 .Acres;
Moro 1.01 n„, ., t w '. eta of im :1w
proveatt, nn Aida tract
of laud. It will thy oto advantage nod will ho arid matt
whole or n parts tr wit porehameitu lot.
• THE AIANtSIO N FARM,
Clint:111110g lthellt it;11 arrel., of which about du eel 00 aro
geed MAINTAIN TlMlllilt LAND. , ho
Improvosoolds aro a. -, .
.14 4 1 9 ,
TWO S7'ORY LOG 1107,5 E, • 4rit.il ;
t" , 1.. .:.
Tenant Illanw, Ilault - Ilarn, and rout ,-%..,,......,,..:.,
hoildings. At:. 'I Loco lx a, no,d tlaing ',- -"'"".. '
of , atm• and runlijuit itreaui, and two urehardrof fine
11 - , 1 1 11.. t , r i re r ....tlrl an,
c s . tr t a . e i t ,:.4oo - t.
lean t wo-sto
ry• Fit AMlC'lltilltili, Brink liars, An. Thorn iii a gitod,
Grelutid, else at Well or wat,or and running Wean, on
this trod. Thin Is ell eleeland, and it tray! of MOUN
TAIN LAND, ullO cr none nem, will In, hold.with it If
. :Id. A tract of abou r tetp;,...rea oi•ClIOICI: MOUNTAIN
LA Nl4„.Tlllit Will be offered in 10 acre tracts.
Atttintlance will be given and tenon made known on
dwy of sale by the unduridguedguardiuna of Olio minor
citildron of Peter Loin, dec'd., and the other lo , irs will
join untie sale and conveyance 50 ua to give the pur
°lmam 1110 entire Ala. ' . . .
Aug. 24, 1859-E. s
pUBLIO .SALE ov REAL i;,STAIT,
As Attorney In fact of Jacob Newcomer, duly ap•
i,ointed by power of attorney, I wlll expose to public
sale, on the pren,l),es, being the rerldence of John Fry.
suer. In fishing Creek Valley, Rye Township. Perry
Comity, on tIATUItDAY, the lot day of liefolikat.lBbU,
at 10 o'clock, A. M. . . .
All that Farm on which MO sold John liryntiir Hues,
bouonhal by' Alex. llartunan, Joseph Dyaltwer, Jacob
Myora and olhora, .
CONTAINING EIGHTY-FOUR ACRES,
morn or less, all of avltich Is cleared, — • • -
and having a two story. Wl(ATIIIslt• •
littAltDED HOUSE, and a good Log
Barn, with to:uncut cantor at the
d00r,.0 thrifty young Olte/I A RD, and •.
in a gtod stunt of cultivation. Fishing
crook buns through thin Farm end waters It coutptetely.
Also, iinother Farm, near to the above, bounded by
Jecob'ltaholmau, John Holer, 'Matthias Singer, and
, CONTAINING SIXTY ACMES; w
moro or-loss, about forty acres of which are cleared,
fenced and well cultivated, and having a newitwo•story
FICAMI 110tR11:, and I.tig Ilttriz thercou I..rected t Flab-
July Creek is also the boundary of this 'arm lu part. •
Also, a tract of land In.the saute township, attplitintr
Robert Bryson, John ()loudenln, llthvlT lioudesitield,
and others, .
. .. . .- .
. , CDOAININer - 814 TY-FIND ACRES,
moos or fess,Laying a double geared now SAW MILL,
thereon ereetedosi.di a cirenlar bow, propelled by the
waters of Mountain Crook, which hits upwards of twine.
•tr foot of head and
80, a hoary timbered tenet of WOODLAND. in - the'
'MOII3 townshignmitinicti-by , itehertliryson, Jacob ,blme.
mans,, Peter namilmit and others, containing - • Forty
three Acres. more or J 11.90.
Also. another tract of CHESTNUT THUD = LAND,
in the 80010 townehip,hounded by John Faulk, John
Creit iner, Francis idle and • others, containing sue en teen •
Acres, more or toss. • .
I'ho terms, which will be made easy to the purchaser,
will bu made known on the day of sate by ,
' , • At Cy. in fact of Jacob Novi:maim
?airy Fruomnn aad Dinaccrat Insortti)l sala and
• ,NOTI `.11j.. - -- 7 1,ette!'s ot.4d,
; tumintrathm, flit, will :annextl w on
Cite of tiro. J ANEA. .0,44.11/.11 AN, Into of it boEt gl
CarlElo Platoon/1;1)4,m boon 'mind Ily . thu 11Ourotot.
to tbu-c übecrlber residing in - the born ..gb. All
porous indebted to UN klUtte, 01 . 11' roqiiiroti 'to unika
I list apse haViliji
chola lam toot-Imola to . .„. AItiEET."
• AdtoliplotrAtor'ofJoile Lliaufuion,
Carllolu A tV. ;4;;IxOU. , . 6t . _
ItOBER'r M CARTN Ef, Sheriff.
(lEultOli NV4(1(1()NElt, -
LA V 11) W'ICKEJtU,
7 : . :,:iltcat '. . Os tate. . ciajts.,.
F, 0 R,,GI 11 , A N- A !) F D R
S E •
ON ViIIONESOAIf, AUGUST- SI, 185, the under
-00, 'executor of `Rill tlei • Martin, dee'd.i will V/il/1150.
public Fale. - on thb - prantliter, ell - thrrifiterbgtor sold
vlaht, (bnlngvnut, half,) In that' valuable property
sown ne the. .
• 1., '1" 0 'lt •-T F 0 R G Y. ,
;unto in the-borough of Carlisle, bounded on the north:
iligh street, on the east by the [Alert Spring, on the
Olt by a lot of GeorgO Model, and on-the went -hy
!party of Jacob Zug. Also; a large lot of bar and
rap Iron, forge tools; a grinutlty of Coal, Sc. .
Alen, on the- &amo day, on the premixes, .0 tot of
lund..eltenta In the borough of Carlisle. bounded on
north by North street, on the naritnintool.ary_.
trrowetnrrt•tfrtnAtlrbyThelisTirTliT=lufd on the-west
n lot of .10. n N 7u, containing ft feet In front and
,i4n depth Lae Ug s tbereon erected a huge • .
tether with all the -fixtures, embritting a steam on,
ne t: tut-4441g t^.beetictli.pcuss,..eire" , ".. ,, rre, pattfacus..
role to commence at tba Norge, - at 10 - o'clock; 'A. &I
ion terms will be made known by -
. • Ex'r. s of Hnm'l..Murtln, dOb'd.
'Yuls 20. 1000
.The subsenber 1111 W Pirl,rftilnrolliliglpgindlleolllollta
means.Mhn &sir:Stu get a cheap and
&Arable home lu one of the inert healthy and enter . .
,pricing places In the Strata. Throe Paper Mills near at
tenni r and lie last lately erected. la now in successful
operation far.the manufacture of line paper, in wh.ch
over lOU ha ads, male and fetal:, are employed. Derides
Mt. Holly Springs. at the 1111f0 of the South Mountain,
a noted watering place, lining unusually patronized,
adds materially to the pneunlary ' lnterests of the people
Tho • bdinwing described try is adj,ieent, and In
tendad 'ifs on I 0(111 lon to II Springs, and also to Eh
beautiful vpinge of l'aperto •n: • • •• - ,
40 TOWN LOTS
aro now In t.ht;• market,. locattal on the oast amt. west
sides of the Baltimore and Ilanover tonna°, 5'lllllOA
south of Carlisle. The Ints, are an avenigi, 0140 Nrit, in
front anl2oo feet. in length. The benutifnl . streani,
:lonntaft, Creek, Bows past a portion of (hum., Also,
J - STONE MANSION HOUSE,
A 1-, ald,nlea:reof. ,tttir, / f,.
3 : ri.truitfr,es l7 ,i l i mg i
V house 0011t1111IP 14 'room, with large
basement kitchen,' well of wateent
tllll,tlM/r. 111111.1(110Wledaed to he 11 very 'delightful In
cation for a private residence. Alcoa tier-story
WEATIIIBIBOARDED FRAME HOUSE,
• .- • and lot-with a Slanzbter house thereon
inn foe a
... : 4. Il if i - 1 1 " t c t i .r • — t tR 1 + i lm o slV,ss I T:s t ing been,
- 2 ; , 8) 7 . e . I ..,-. prolltablyestahlished—or a gaud buil.
''';''s . s , ' • ••". muss stood for a mechanic. 'Also,' .
ig - M=ZIM
1.111 aidbir,r2d with pine and oak. within
2;6 miles ol the above property, having V c ..,1• 44 ..
goo 1 water power fora saw Min.
Tho terms, will bl.llltlio very acrommo• -.. •
dating avid great bargains may lie ox.
pe oted. especially in the building lots, in.
foster iddivin it enterprise.,
Please address or son me personally, at Ht. Holly
Springs. Cumberland county, Pa.
July 80, '6l/—tf
D 11 .
.11 • H . y
vtrtue of i'mvers conlalnoa In the 01111
.lolin Nat.: of )lIIIIin tnwnNlilp. I will expos
to pultlle s silo ins the preiniso., on FItIUMV. Allti UN
2.R11.1859. at II o'cl,ll, A. 31.. at intinxion loins
"1,1 the tleeioNed. lu the do"nxhlp of Mllllln, about
"x) , x 'JINN me.t of Solvville, the estato:
No. I. The firm in lhn N.11,1t.,two.111,1,:oljololog lan&
of WhlNlor, 11111.1 Whinier, John Whinier 11111 i
George I,lmdlN, c.ontalnlng
-1 2 '8 A C 11 E
more or less, about IPII neres ,of Nyltlelt ere cleared and
under eultivalion'and the residue In geed tinier hay,
thereon erected a LOG 1101:8E,
u. cc . ) : Barn. end good A pPle Orchard.—
_A neverstreant of wale, runs
71T t thinildidi the farm which afford good
...IFlen_forni. or *aid
deceased conteinlng aloft
4111 to will •11 hi cleared add cultiva U us
led and ilea a good apple orchard—
wall Log' House and Leg-Barn e , — •
thereon. and reaming water On It.
No. a. A Inwt or mountain land In the same town•
ship. shunt& &Mint ton miles-front thin alieva d•nerlie•ti.
futon, and Well ealetilated to sup Ply either or both of
them with thither; it conteltts Malta DI acres.. • '
—Ti , ter,. or 'Rao In,, , eaKy -will bonlad
know•u on the duffdy,ale by
.1111 IN M
On alle feline day the 'rant: tee . B 110,1031 pauporty
ran al na, of a lime. several re lys,bnas, sheep, Lode and
bedding, wilj be sold by the widow.
July :.!,) 1H.5;1
SALE OF V ALL; A BLE
Thn n1).1,81;41111 nssknoos of Tutor F. Pilo will .d6•r
nt pn !die .tlo mi tut premises. 4..1; to Ilegoast Of Cmilslo,
on Thur.:lay, the 114 day of :iontomber.
THE C.ilti.lPLli IRON WOE R ES - PATS. CONTAIN.
- Between .1 and MO /Arm. nf,llloll am cleared and on
der n WO] rlnto of eultitntlon.
11,144:".,.. , ,rt.ht,bto4„proprilles In Ponnsvlia in and
unusfadlod for all kinds orumnufip•tur
log purrses Tho hoprovoinonts consist in part of a
F•OIIO FL F • URRNACE AND GRIST MILL,
with 4 run of stones, a large Two Story
ie: • . ='l, BRICK HOUSE,
Illackonitb Shop, Carpenter Siip,
Sao , SAIL Coal Ileuges,Altreo largo
BAN IC II A IL N ,
Oraln house, corn cribs and other necessary out build.
Ings,.aba, a large number of
'rho U•ator flower on this °plate cannot bo enrnacced.
comb nine' as It does thu wlters of the 110111/:loga
nod the Yellow Ilrecehes "reek, glchnzall ample 9PPIY
ol power nt nll thous and cencomi—having 13 fait of
head tint fill.
A large plating of tlio Islot Is ensured with Chestnut
thul/ar, which could ba sold out In euall lots to g 'r eat
Tern.: 6111,r rent. of the purchnse money to he paid
'when the propdris Is stricken ntf,one boll on the Ist of
October ensuing—when the deed will 1111 delivered and
po..seisdonurns,,... Thebalance In two equal annual
payments with Interest.
for further pirticulars addrees Jon. It. Smith nt Car ,
er Peter r Eo ' a. or the undersigned at Selling
8 din a Post thilee,Cumberland co.
Jul): 13, ,5D—Es
v A T. II A B 1.13
A -N D R M ,
ON TILBSDAY, the 6th of September next, the fol.&
lowing &milted Heal Estote,.eftunte afoot :11,!, miles
west of Carlisle, on the Conoduxulout CI u.sk, et 1111 l ounly
HAYS' MI LL4.
LiFr''-- Tiro Cirl4 or llorchitut Millis of stone
t , ~:iti, , recently erected. or d conlelos 4 run of
4 'ji;4, g a l sumo, with Corn Kiln attached, The
' •. water now, In on)) of tho'bost on the
creek. A new and substentlel dent has been put In tin
ting the last summer. There Is a 'luster, Clover nod
Sew NIIII,(tho letter new,utidulth,nlgohnsten,l,y,hea
attached,) connect,' with the (hist )till':
In con nectlan with cold Milt. nboilt 14 or 8 'neves or
land will he Fold will, two tenant homes, thereon
Thu Farm contains about 200 acres. principally of
Black :hoe and Bottom Laud, about 50 of which, are
covorod with thriving young limber,
Thu hoprovomonwarro a FRAME '
BANE lIA lON, and other convenient ,
`out u (Whip. Tho Feneen'erri in gold
order. A thriving young orchard
and other fruit trace. conslstinz of inlays. pontoon, cher
ries, Ac. Also a lino well of war-r and a spring. The
land is In a good stet% of cultivation. about 6000 bush.
els of Limo having boon put om within thu lest 3 years.
Tha above property will bo sold separate or to,ther,
as may suit the purchaser. P 056.4011 of the Mil
Property will .be given nt any time d , slrmi after t vale.
Persons desirous of exhtniulng the property, or oh- ,
brining furthur information concerning the sumo, muy
apply to the owner on the premises, or to A. 1, Spools
ler, Real canto Agt., Carlisle
Hale to commenca at I o'clock; P. M., on the premises
when terms will Unmade known byls..._
PMEI II ZEIaLEIt.
._ . .
July 27, 1 252 -fit
O"PHANS' COURT SALE.-By
virtue of en order of - the Orphans' Court, of Cogs.
I , . i ! e rps a id t i.4 er) c an o tl i , sell et Public Sale, pu the prima._
84TEMLIN.It ties P i. M ge n' d lt l h tu d tr Eri• of
tete. ' •
n , All that certain tract or land situated near Plainfield
en the State Rood. In West Penn/thorough Township,
and late the property of il9lllam E. Lindsey,. deceased,
bounded on the south, by landeof John Elliott, on the
wont mid north by lands of Margaret Verbal,, end the
east by-lands or - Margaret 'Portain and John Dunbar,
• CONTAINING ABOUT 86 •ACRES ;
and having thereon erected a two story
pima: DIVELVINQ 1101JSit, As:
Frame Barn, And • thee out bulidlege
Thur.. In al+. on thla property a young Cr
chard of Choke Frdit Treas. .
Attendanro will be given and terms made known on
day of sale by __ _ • _ • •
- -. SAMUEL ftlltltA SON,
Administrator of Wm. S. Lindy
The undersigned Asnignecn of D. b. Kieffer will
offer at piihlic,stile on THURSDAY, Septomlwr ' 2Uth,
I .1850, u vulbahlo hum: containing
. 100 A.Cl.ll;il'. DP LIMESTONE LAND,
of hulls on tlielAir, House liniidr.mie half mile cot of
Carlisle. The. fans to In n high elate of cultivation,und
-under goad-fences:' - Tho iniprovemonts ; .
consintufn Jorge sow BRICK HOUSR •..i... n - ii ,
built In no demi style. a Bank Barn. ~ 4.1.. ~
new CottuD'u 'rennet Homo, &c. Re. 4.41:. , .." •
Ono of thu fluent Spring! In the county
rises near the .house, This property • -"•'—',"- • '
will by paid in wiser as a whole: to .sult, *purchanorn.
A iiy. person. iirldriug.to.pumbastnat pr O pate, aid 6 inlor t o
• the day of public rale cun ' do no. • ,-,, _ , • .
NrsoiikWrNlllllg . ;#l'lUl4 ,tho . propertj'are requested
to call nig, Sillier or thdundiirshmed rbsidlos in Cno'
lialeor upon D.D.Rleffer on Ihu prowlers. . -.-- - - ,
11:...yy . DMA
...,.,... , .i .
Aug. 17, /859,
ALUAtti i t., :FAO
,Thii.underaigned offors.atprivide sate, 110 •'ltalu•
able Farm, belonging to the Heim of E. Alhyadin, • .d,
eluated in Hanipdtm Township, - CunitiMiand Count
a n d bounded liy"tho leindrrof 0. Btaytnan; J.,Eborly,
and - otherervontaining— . •, =
164 ACRES, 101 PEItCJTES, • -
'of which, alanit 104 are in a high state of cultivation ;
and the balance in covered with 'Timber : sufficient for
the use of thei. , • ' •:„• ,• •
Tho improvements cousilit orti substriti . .,• , •
lireatherboarded Mansion Hottm •••:
a, STONE TENANT ilolll3p, a large BANK 88 I'•
BARN,. Coan•essus, W5OOO SfisnilSranto
.4108enr-and7wll. - _otherLineerrir7 - liut•huildingstrenr.
are two}Vs.ityLofogood water, one at thellouse. tho
otlfefk the ITarn; also tn , o - APPLE OACHARDE - of choice
fruit, and a PEACH OREIIAML: The fences erg in good or
-deri.oholit-000•PiiiielsrifrieVr pest:-and - all,-antl-board
fence Eaviligjust been put up. There la besides a great
uatitit4if exerillentiollow locust growing on. 'the
someTIVO(CWii are read to - oNetifralioß rt!ql7l7
1110 nuMber,vequlred.to place entireproperty under
pesteand rall.fdlice. - •
The Farm Nos in oak of tholonpa of the Conodogulnet
Occult, is bounded on one side by it, and has running- .
watoiln second of the fields, lt is within one tulle
from. the Carlisle and Iffirrbilusrg_ Turnpike. • -The
'Bridges - at - ilryson'ivand'lt4Plddls, render it of may
access : et all thous.' ltriommends the best grain market
Li t he county, bel ng only one mllsfroni - the - afdresisld
.lllllls. three from IlletbanicsbUrg arid seven from- Her
risburg. • "
The SOIL is of firift:ratalluall tyirionnlstinreit - etich -
BLACK SLATE, very easy to tllLand exceedingly rolls-'
bin and productive in IN yield. •- •
As IL good and desirable Farm, the above property is
worthy of the attention of thoso wishing to purchase.
Persons desiring to makrifurtbor Inquiry, will please
addreAo, or call on the undersigned, at his rriddence In
Carlisle, Aug. 10, 1859,
A 0110101. 4 1 _FARM AT PUBLIC
he mad at' Public Sale, on tho
nliPUP, on THURSDAY, the 16th day of SEPTEMBER,
1859, atrl o'clock, I'. 91., a
sitnato ht Nowtjn township. Cuiderland County, Po,.
about 0!,4 miles east of Sl:!pee:lst:erg. near the " de
Springs; 4 and the village onlaeksonvllle,on the mouth
side or the Walnut Salem Road, Into the property of
Samuel Caldwell, deceased. contain ng
182 ACRES and 9 ERCHE9
There is plenty of gond . Ti 'the on the premises for
the use of the Form. The greater part of the- land to
however cleared, and inn good atotorof cultivation;
and is naturally of an excellent qualify. Appar en tl y
.there earl boa good LIMESTONE QUARRY opened on
'fie huildings ere a neat and con- .;
lidelc Medlin," House, •
• ,-W &
:-Itgood Dank Darn; Silt*m :Er Co ......._•••• •
Crib, Ar.: also, n Tenant House, Stable, Oc„ a Well of
gond and 'never-failing. water near 'the 'door of
'the 31anolon, also a Spring near the Tenant House.
There is also on the firm a thriving Orchard of choice
Fruit. The'F.lrm adjoins lands - of Jellies Hilo, "the I
heirs of I harles Oarbee, deed.. Jacob Soarers. David
Dernsith, and elides. The location In very desirable
Persons wishing-tn view the above described proper
ty. coo do so, and can have all necessary information,
by application to the undersigned who reside In the
The terms. which wilrbe reasonable • will -be-made
knoWn—cn, the day of sale by
• • DAVID CALDWELL,
• DAVID DEMUTIL
• Axe-miters' of Samuel Caldwell; deed.
Aug 10.1004. s. '
A very desirable . Farm will bu ortered pt public sale,
• On SA 7'l! 1?.? A .1' !r. 3,'1"859.
on file 'premises, 01) the Inltom mad, tiro
miles west of eentreville. - a no.half milt\east
of Eysier't, tavern. :iald.li Kal.out . \.
-- tITACIII.:B ANI IIIER
UP' 1.1 Al EST LAND, '
ndjoloing lands of James 3 Aiwa. Thu Ira
pmvements -aro ,A ivEviit
FRAME BARN, a gaol WELL or water near the hintee,
an excellent Orchard of choice fruit, de
Ah.o, at the sante time and place, will be Fold the '
11011,5E1104 .AND KITCHEN FURNITURE.
-Alan, one freak .Milk_Cow, a lot of-LOcuat Posts,-a lot
ofdTdra Iron. Grain Fan.4c., Ar.
Sala to eminence at In, o'clock, ,A. M., when tonne
will to mode known by • •
. • , Adner of Henry Miller, dec'd.
0. 0 041,,.._ •
a the pronorty, can do
ipArk A HOME OF YOUR OWN ?
The undersigned will offer at.prlrate Pain. the syhole,
or In lots to cult purchasers, of that desirable property.
situate on the north side of South !street extended,
within c short distance of Dict Inson College Mal the
Ein , .ry 11. E Church. The lot.redtoto,s sots. •3t Is
In a neighborhood,that is Iniprov Apidly, s number
of fine residences having recently Infen built In the Itm
mediate vicinity. The street Is graded, and the water
Intl near Mille property. It in bounded °With°
rant by .30 trot boooving to 1. 8. Smith, and 00
the north and west by property of I. It. Parker, Ese . it
would la, a good location for a Female tieuilintry, or for
a private residelion. affording sufficiitnt room for pleas
ure grounds and garden.
If noteold hy Me 3d of tieptember, the lota will then
he offered at piddle sale, at the Court !louse, at In 0-
elovk, A. M., divided Into 6 handsome building lute or
30 feet each. in trent, and extending in depth from 300
to 36T feet.
Tho lota In respect to their location and nice, are the
oat cligiblo building lots for
• PRIVATE RESIDENCES
that hare been offered for want, time, and such an op•
portunity to secure pleasant homes may ma nam occur
nanin. Drafts may be seen nt the Auction Room of
The title in undisputable, and n reasonable portion n
o purrbasu money may remain at interest in ti,
- Forlarther Information apply Gl_
Carll , le, Aug 10,1560.
11: 4 1 A113I AT- PRIVATE
,v - .-
—l—SAl.E.—Lorated In South mid- ~ 0,,L;7
dleton t.,onlllp. Cumberland with ty. 1. ,
about 2,!..1t0‘1es south east of CurliPle. , •', .. 4
• . tt01 1 %.;
.. .1,. - Pat•
,i orreti of __ _
HIGHLY INIPROVED JAMES'rONE LAND.
with good hullill no, an Orchard of Choke Fruit, and a
Well of never•falllog Water.
For further particular. apply aitbor personally or by
letter to the subscriber, at Mechanicsburg, Ns.
MICIIA EL FRI kSE.
. . .
Aug 10,1850—It* • •
ilstrbburg Weekly Telegraph," publish 4 times
and sc, d bill to this °olm.
L' AND. AT PRIVATE 'SALE:
The undendgned as attorney In fact fir fohnso
Martin. of Sienna toirm,hlp, Cumberlarnteountr, evil
sell at private sale,
virrYr Olt SIXTY ACRES,
of tho best quality of limestone land in said tOwnsidp
being a part of the farm on which Mr. Martin now re
Of.tho part for -sale, all Is cleared and Inn high state
el : cultivation but about ten aeres.which Is covered with
/. • TilittillNG 'YOUNG' TIMBEIL
Mrs. Martin will join in a deed to the
yersolls desirous of further Information, will call up.
On Mr: Martin, residing On Uie prendson. or on the Cut/-
scriber realdinLfo ItteeborouglA of Carlisle.
Aug. 3, 1359-:f
IJOUSE.— E Atl l / 441 L) LOT AT PRIVATE
Si L .
Tlo subscriber o re at li.cl„yate sale. a =-E.,.... „:-
HOUSE - and LOT OF HOUND, platutto In F• i 0
Dickinson township, nUar.tho turnpike, a
mile and a half cast of Mount Rocks The Hausa Is a
Frame, ‘yeatherboarded. lava stories in height. and con.
..mining five rooms and kitchen with wash-bousr and
cistern attanhed... The lot contains TIVB AOHES of the
best quality of land, with a variety °Moire Sink, and
having eructed thereon a FRAME STABLE, Wagon.
Shod, and other out buildings.
Demons wishing...to viow the property can do so by
cuing on Jagob Black, on the prombus, or on- the sub
scriber, residing near Nowvllle.
, 050. 0. DAVIDSON.
TEAL , EpI'ATE L AT PRIVATE
. TheAubscriber offers at private sale a valuable tries
aloud, situattd In Lower Allen township, about four
miles froinpnburu, on the road leading to llarrlabnri,
more or less, 12 acres of whlcb Is cleared and in a•blgh
Mete of cultivation, and the Valance covered with good
timber. its convenience to market..tanders it a de
sirable Manion for a'small farmer.
• Persons Wishing, to view the premises 'can' do so by
applying to the subscriber, on this adjoining farm,
- . A - 3108 •
.Tuly 27, 1859.
A , HOMESTEAD FOR 8104
A HOMESTEAD FOR $100;
ItvI,IIOIIIFSTRADS FOR sloooand over, situated on
and near Rappahannock River ; above and below Fred-
—. 6 .4 l 4w , towncalled-Ilipaharinoelri-lum.recnntlylven
laid out, iu Culpeper county, in the racist of the Gold
Region of Virginia. surrounded by minim and mining
companien and ration and town lots in Alternate dirt.
moos or shares. can now be had for a .7 mere song," to
induce settlement In this desirable • region. .0161,000
worth of land in to, lm divided amongst purchasors or
given away no an Inducement to come on and make lm,
'provementn. and the limit in of the most Improvable
guelition. Many have already nettled .And scores or
olhers,nre comimv. Uood farming land. In tracts td snit
- purchasorsicelybirhad - at - from - terrtn4Wimf3Tdollars
par acre," payal,le in easy quarter yearly, Instalments.
Unquestionnblo titlga Will in nil cases be - given.
AgGv.Agalls ore wanted anywhere to sell those lands;
Mull] imillgoinenis will be given.
Fo'r particulars, address • •-• • • .
77. lIKUDEft,,Laud Agent,
July 20, 1950. •
1U Ott n or Iforecen,Leutber, Lliiliogre,iul find
• lugs; Luau floch.Treirt, nod u full outsoilfulmtabouliln
AC . 24.'4..
gal estate ides.
JOHN H. HTA:YHAN,
• - Executor.
BUILIANG LOTS . FOWSALI:
Attorney In foci for
SAMUEL S. SMITH
yr AS 11 lkir A N 1 ). ' W IT 011
.1_ 111 tEl.ltoh Efit.,Antid 00 Ann - St., I.
T.D'IL IC ,
Manufbetuters Of .•--
WRITE LEAD; ZINC PAINTS AND COLORS; OILS,, ,f
porters ofhingllnh. French and Gormint 'Artists' Sin.
ter ale, fine c•dors In oil and water, Itiinnor & Newton's '
mho. and. Cake colors. Worthen , Mathornatlcal, and
Draugirtninaten Inntrnments,Drawlng and. Tracing Dio
pers. Storisincripon: Sterenscop 3 o Views, &r.
The' particular attention of l'alntern,; Dealers and
othein, 1nc...010d to the new patent monad of putt Mg up .
La d mil zinc Palate In nietallo Cans, et which Manttry
& I,h t in are the solo proprietorh.
'munti Cann itro intended by • tho inventor to ohvinto
the difficulty heretofore existing in puttimetm_nf.Lead
ine-In-nniiiiregt - bicaumors. of paint are
aware that the Inns on Lend and Zinc put up In small ,
'wooden packages. in from five to ton per cent:; and th
many acorn much more, owing to the absorption_of.the-,--
the wood- , to nay nothing of the additional Intim' re.'
quired to mix paint reedy for use, after it has
.hre - insthsketr,--Thrrimoof -flrertrag',Wi a cans de.
ration which should not ho loot nicht .of. The potent
CAN hot - only obviates them dlfilrulries , but in addition
thereto furnishes the consumer with a strong and con.
content paint pot, out of which to use the paint, which
Is alone worth more•thau the difference of cost between
the.,cans and kegs.
Thu Couleur° 'pelted In saw dust, In.idrong macs nr
boxes, which contain 200 lbs each. that is 8 25 lb. Cans,
nr 4 50-lb. 01,11 P. and•they tnafte'safely shlplied-by rail
road nr otherwise to any-pnrtof the Uni tad' States: ,
Clrculare, Containing cute with full , seription, sent
by-mail-on-application: lJun e .l.lB6o.—Arn. •
IJ NIVERSITY•• OF P.E11,113,Yj
Npcxxr-rpuivrji BEBsioN (1850-60:)
WILLIAM GIBSON, 4. D., kmoittus ProfdstiOr of Sur
SAIWEL .5 .CASON, M. D, Professor of ft:lstituto Medicine.
Uzu D II non, M. D. Professor of Thoary and Practice
1111011 Romig, M D., ProfeePor of Obstetrics and the
' Moines of Women wad Children. .
JOSEPH Causon, M. D., Professor of 310 feria Modica and
Pharmacy. ' _
ROBERT L. Douses M. D, Pro , ossor of Chemistry.
./08E1.11 I;finfe, NI. U., Professor of Anatomy.
lILNIIT.II. `MITI], SI. D.. Professor of Surgery.
Watfam D , Demonstrator of Anatomy,
The Lectures of the Session will begin on the Second
Monday of October end . closo on the let (if March.
. . .
Clinical instruction in given thrOughout the session;
•In the Medical llall, by_ the Professore, and at the
Pennsylvailia and other Hospitals. i
The Dissecting Booms. under OM supaintendence of
the Pirdessor oP Anatonly_and the Demunstinter, aro
niiiiii frnm the middle of September. .
The Boom for Operative Surgery and the A ppllcathin
of Bandages, /itc.,_la open elqty_tal 4 .34..utber_alail
thilUigiiind. the Session, under the supervision of the
Professor of Surgery. 4
Surgical ininionstrator, O.•'S Bishop, M D.
Fees for, the Lectures (each Prdessor $lO,. - - , $lO5
Matriculation Fee (paid once only), , . 5
Ilraduation Foe,, 34.)
, - . •
it..k. ROUBBS, 51.. D., Dean of the Medical Faculty.
s'. B. 1/101C,".lanitor..Unicersity Building...
Pr S. Board may be had at from $2 50 to $0 pqr we 4.
..7nly 13;185U-3m _ -, "
TILE SECRETAFIRMITIES OF
YOUTH -A ND MATURITY
PUBLISHED, ORATpI; 25TH THOUSAND.:
A tow words On the rational treatment, .without
medicine, of: pormatorrhea, or local weakness, Noctuta
nal Etnissloi, Glinital ud Nervous debility; Premature
decay of the systetn, ltapolency,:amt , lmpediments to
ItY D. PE . LANEY, M. D. •
The Important - Tait - tlifirithe many alarming com
plaints, originating in the Imprudence and solitude of
youth, any be easily removed without niedielne, Is in
this small tract clearly demonstrated; and the entirely
now and highly successful treatment, as adopted by the
anther, fully explained, by,meatts of which everyone la
ettabled to cure himself perActly and at the very least
possible roost. thereby avoiding all the tidver,tised nos
trums-of the dny.- •
Soot to any address gratir, and post frno In a sealet
envelope by reinlttlng,(Nst said) two postman stsinpv t.
Ds. It. DE LANNY, $9 East 'flat St., Now York City.
Juno 15,1550--am -
c nISTILLERY FOR - SALE OR
rui... \ -1
..I_7ItIINT.A now DiafillerY at Mid - a pod
order and ready for operation.- The cation is an ad
vnntngo•~us ono xodulfors Induceme da to those who
desire to rent
_• Term li utedemte. Fe further 'milieu
lois ingWe - ni:this_ollice,_or_to to. Chas. 11. Penrose. at
Middlesex. . . - . ....July 1:1:1859=4t--
• . • : --A'."..."-Ar r. .
.. '-- `s" . * r 11 4 •
— 0 "
</ : '..... 1. ,s \\
.V.X' ai.l:-:31- I 1.1 • s.,\
. d'a;•.„ 4 ' ..7 -.... ,efeS.lfigbpoqir ,
-.- 0. - --- • ,-f t. , .. , ,...,, , .? , - ,:, „___ ,
A 'OOOD 'fitSINESS CHANCE!!
160 PER _MONTH A ND ALL
tapENsi:s PAlD—Agents wanted In
r t.arn and county throuahout tho Unlttal Stilton to,
engage ton light anerliay business, In which tho
above profit may crankily he realized. l'or partici*.
taro address with .tamp,
Pr. 0. I'll ELI'S !MOWN,
No. 21 Grand stroot, Jersoy City,
READ ! READ ! ! , READ !
A ROMA'rl - C BALSAM.
Is a remedy not to bo excelled for the rellof mut cure of
those Maladies Incident to the Sutinnor Season, viz:
Diarrhoea, Dysentery. Cholera or Cholera Morbus, Vom
iting. Acidity of the Stomach, etc:
dts - eitcolletit Carminative powers, pleasaht taste and
soltliing Influence, renders it a valuable medicine In
falltittile di seases.yeeni lar to the second summer, viz:
Cholera lillantunto etc It has a minvigoratlng and
tonic induence on tug systein. Dillaination
where it exists In tilditolll.ll. and howels—and on
trial will be tbund Indispenslble to the well being of
every. family. It will AM found as well adapted to
adults as children.—Tar iv. Prepared only by
A. ESSN IPKi N. Dispensing Chemist.
W. - Cor. - tilittli anti - Poplar stn:, Philadelpida —
Wn., Price 25 cents per bottle. Sold by II J. Kieffer,
and g: W - Itiverstlck, Carlisle: & Son. Jackeen•
vIlle; Itiogal & herring, 31echanlesburg, and by t ug.
gists and storekeepers generally. Luni,V4,
IXECUTOJtS' NOTICE.. - 7 - Le tors
testamentary under the will of CIIARLIS ' HELL,
ate of the borough have been hisued,tti the
undersigned Executors' named therin—by the Regis.
ter of Cumberland County. All persons having claims
against the estate will present then, for settlement,and
those Indebted 'will make immediate payment to L.
LEPNIOID K. BELL.
W. WOW/OERN BELL.
ht lISSOLUI'ION. The partnership
f heretofore existing between Shrom A , Honer, was,
t a day dissolved by .mutual consent. The books of
the Oros will he settled by James Hoffer at the °Mee Of
Armstrong A Hoffer, next lot west of Lilo (hammer
Nebool. Jacob Shrom,has also a duplicate of the bookit, •
whore settleinent can be made et the old stand. All
persomi Indebted to said firm Will geese call and no -
tle their accounts Immediately, nod. those having
„counts will present them for settlement. All accoun a
not settled by the Ist day of October next. will be p
Into the hauls of the proper °dicer for collection. -
JACOB 5114051, . ,
V I OTICE.-- 4
s' -. • - " '
July 20, 1020.
. CAULISLZ, dune' 8, IBM
Notice Is hereby given that on application will be
wade to the Legislature •or Pennsylvania nt Its next
meeting for the incorporation of a Bank of issue with
discount and deposit prlyllegox to he located fn the
borough of Curlisle, Cuniberland County; Penn's., to be
called, The Bank of Carlisle, with a capital of one hun
dred • Thunsand dollars:with the right to Increase the
saute to tinge hundred thousand dollars'. •
'ZS (SIGNED.) .
• . WILLIAM 1411, JOIN B. PARKER,
THOS. PAXTON, JOHN DIODLE,
BENJ. GIVLER, JR., ENOCH YOUNG,
RICHARD WOODS, CHRISTIAN STATERN,
*WILLIAM UENTZ, . JOHN C. STERRETT,
A. B. SHARPE, WM. N. Itusem,
~ JoiIDUNLAP, .708EPII D. HALBERT,
rßom I IIVF.N, JOHN Dinium,
DAME HOPPER, ROBERT MOORE,
11. A/ .STURGEON, \Lp 'ROBERT WIISON,
SAMUEL ()REASON. OEO W. SIIEAPER,
JAOOII K. NEISLEY, BENJ. NEISLIT.
Juno 2 9, ista—em
NOTICE:— Notice is v liereby
that application will be made to the• next Legis
lature of Pennsylvania, to alter the charter of tbo,Oar-
Unto Deposit Bank, located In the borough of Carlisle,
Cumberland - county, sons to confer on said bank the
rights and privileges of a bank of bone, and to change
Its name to the Carlisle Hank ; also to increase the
capital of sold bank (which is at present seventy-two
thousand dollars, with privilege of incressingthe name
under Re. preset:Ostia:ler, to one hundred thousand,)
to two hundred and fifty tbopsand dollar, •
• • , W. M. BEETEM, Cashier.
June 29, 1859—tm ' •
$809•-.T II E SUBSCRIBERS
,„ wish to employ an active fellable man
I. each sect MI of the State .to travel and take orders
SEGADS AND TOBACCO,
by samples. Wlll pay a salary 101800 to $BOO poryear"
_payable monthly. For oamploa and particulars apply .
to, or address, Inclosing stamp for return' potitage,
- - PAlird - 13811T11, - Tobacconlotsjc --
• • ' 012 Pear; Btreot, Nevi York.
IVHO. IS THE OWNEIi? , -
Three astray, listeras tiro .
.years old, were taken up nt Plalittleld, t . .:;,,„„ ~. • \
on Monday, the Bth inst.. one Is nearly. ). -fltilkilB,) f
White, one whiter and brown spotted, degli • •
and the other is nearly a brawn. The 7:,,,,, • .
owner Js _hereby notitted_to_colue..forti-,77. _ _
ward, prove property, ray charge, and tako them away,
'otherwise they will be eotd according to law. ' .
DAVID - DIFFENDAL. •
'.QOItIETHING - EXTRA: •
PECK'S PATENT TIDIESIIINC.SfACIIINE AND
DONEE POWER, ritil ell the , latent,, , lontworomouts,—
Wartinutod to, thrash end closu,6o bushoin .pnr hour. • „
STItIOKLIIII. it QUO. . •
Agent far cumborlaud county., ,
Malawi Printing douo here;-,
Lumber 4. taint:
=-:: ti at,,iht-Old "Rosiness.k
LUMBER' AND COAL' YARD._
On the Maimed, met of oarliele, hi the Itou;edlati
vicinity of the One
ere doing Mistime; at tho eld eland of Shrom
whore will be found, at nil timer, LUMBER and COAL
lu nll•thelr varieties and qualities
L U 111 U E 3, R t '
BGARSS of every kind. •
FRAME STUFF, •, '''',.'
, ---------- " -- LAllis: • -,, .
, 'WORKED FLOORING.
_PALINU—... - ...--:-.-----
• ....._ ...
--- , ------- 77 • POSTS.
• • ,
. • , d4u-faskerowilttlftrOnber tutualr ' y found in.'s •
well stocked Yard. .
As we run - our men Care, w re enabled to furnish
bills of , Lumber of any required gth,..at the Shortest
possible than Gur Flooring, Wes ' boarding,Ac., la
alwaYstionsod. and can be furnlobod cy. ,
'_, , 0 0 -A, 1..... i -- (Usidsitcbtiver,) .. . ,
No pains will b'o 'spared lc. fur Welt Coal for family use,-
clean and dry, of all sizes and,quallties,among.which_
, LYKENS VALLEY. . .
• . ,
LUKE FIDDLER. •. . •
SUNBURY WHITE ASH. •. .
.' • TREVORTON. -• .
•.. - LOCUST MOUNTAIN.
• ' '• - ''. LOBBERY, &a. . .
And to our Limo burning Monde and . tolliacksmlths,
Ivo would say; we can and Willfurnish as cheap as the
cheationt and of best quality.
Th., senior partner will bo on the yard as usual to
attend to those who may favor us 'with a continuant.°
of their patronage. Thankful for past favors, ho solicits,
st continuance of their custom at the old yard.
We have a largo stock on hand of Lumber and Coal,
and Soo continually rocelvtng additious,—which.wo will.
soil as low as any other yaN in the borough.
Don't fall to call at the old yard near the Gas House.'
. . JACOB BIIKOSI,
• . . • ROBERT M. BLACK. -
N, B.—A duplicate of the books of Shrom A Haifa
are In my hand.; those indebted can call on the owl
scriber at the old yard autl pay to JACOB 8111t031.
July 27, 1559..
LW COALAND LUMBER YARD.
. The subeerlbere have this day entered Into part&
nerehlp to trade in
. We.wlll have constantly on hand nnd furnish to ordor
all kinds and quality of 'seasoned
'alltnr, Metering Lath, Shlngiingd,atia, worked Floor
ng And Weathorboarding, Posta and has, and ovary ar
Icle that belongs to a LUMBER YAItD.
All kinds Of Shingles, to wit:, Whitopino, Hemlock,
and Oak, of different.qualllles. Having Cars of our
own we can furnish bills to order of any length and'
size at the shortest notice and on' the most reasonable
terns. Our worked boards will be kept under cover so
that they can be furnished dry at-all times.
_We_have constantly on hand Ail kindebLEtUnlV_CuTir
tinder cover, which we will deliver clean to any part 01 -
the borough:" To :
LTICENS VALLEY, Broken, Egg, Stove end Nul
which we pledge ourselves to sell at the lowest prices
Bei‘t quality of
Lintaburner's and BlackB7aillea -Coal
always on haudorldch gra will sell at theionesaliute
Yard west side of Grammar School, Main street.
ARMSTRONG & HOFFER,
July 20, 1859
L UMBER YARD.—Tho subscribers"
havin g rurebn.ed a large tract of pine timber.
land and atm mills, on the -westitranch of the Busqum
hauna river, have opened-out a lumber yard at
' MECHANICSBURG, •
on the railroad, corner of Allen - enitillgtretiitota, mum
the steanraate mill of Seidl°, Eberly & Co., and also one
near Plainfield, where eve will ho able to sell lumber at
.such Mines that will he to the Interest of builders and
ethers to coil and:emus barite buying elsewhere. OM.
advantages over other dealers amtitaL ourientletr . doew
not pasv through the hands of one two or - unifirifidelf.
- biters belbra we - Act - IL and that will enable us to Poll
lumber cheaper than any others coq null at these places.
We will also Wholef.ale lumber from our Harrisburg
'yard, and will deliver lumber at any point along the
' Cumberland Valley Railroad. If desired, builders, can'
have lumber sawed suitable for any else, of building, or
for other purposes, by furnishlshtng us' with their or.
dors in season.. 811AFFNIHt, I.IItEAtjON & CO.
April; 13, 1854-1 y
. . .
- The grounds are ample,'and well arringedribr , feer•-
ation,tind tho various caisthenic exercise. -solesino.
N kE IV COAL - YARD- tial to health; graceful movement and symmetry of
.. . ,
AT yin WEST END 0r CARLISLE,' fonn.
The Faculty of listructiou It efficient and expert.
The subscriber would rosportfully call tho attention
of Limoburners and tliiiyaldus of Carlisle, and .1.1!e, ..°
I - th Collegiate Department the course of study 1i
surrounding conotry generally, to bin NEW_COAI. ' '
YARD, attached to his Wore house, on West Nigh lit -
of a n- higrxttmlie;mo mpehendingall tho
. subjects belong
'' log to a - Classical, Polite and Christian 'Munition. , -
whops ho will keep nmotantly on hand a iprge supply , ' in the Prep...icy., Deportment pupil s eon top cow '
-of tho brat quality of COAL, to out
-Lykes!. Volley, Luke Fiddler, Pine Grovel and Troyer. I, fully instructed in those branches forming the uuts a.
ton,Broken, Egg and Nut Can t—screened and dry coal, 1 a thorough Eugilah education.. . .
- willi he pledges himself to sell at the lowest poasible lisssione.--First Session , from the let Wednesday of
prices. Best quality of. Limoburner's and Blacksmith's' September to the. Both ofJanuary. ,
Coal alway'a on hand. i Second Session, from the let of February to tliii lot ti
B 5" All order s loft at the Ware House, or at his null. i July. . ......,
donee In Noah Remover otroot, will bo
..promptly at.; Vacation, during July and August.
April 14, 718—tt.
JOHN EARLY. J. It. NONEHAVIH.
- 1 1 0 . RWARDING AND COMMIS
FLOUR AND FEED,
COAL, PLASTER AND SALT
The eubscribere having taken the warehouse, cars and
fixtures of Wm.• fl.Murray'. well known establishment.
on West High street, opposite Dickinson College, would
leftism the public that they haw. entered Intoaminersi
Forwarding anti Coottnisslon I witness.
Tho highest market price will bo paid for Flour, Grain
and Produce iif all kinds.
-- They ara also pramced - ' to•frelght - produce - and - stork..
to Philadelphia and Baltimore, at the loWest rates, with
safely and despatch.
PLASTER AND SALT kept constantly on hand, and' 'The reputation of this institution Is now fully estab
FLOUR AND PEED at wholesale or retail. . Itched, and its success aa a Ant class Seminary placed
Coal of all kinds. embracing' . beyond doubt. Pupil. will find in the boarding do.
partmeat, home comforts, parental supervision sod
LYKEIPS'VAIAY, moral influence. In the edinatlonal department se
• LUKE FIDDLER,- I complished teachers, thorough instruction, and we
' - - . SUNBURY WHITE km, • Aueans of advancement.
. ~ • LOCUST OAP, " - .CONTENTEI OP CATALIMIEFJOBT - DiIiDED.
Limeburner's and Blacksmith's . 6 T . ru t ei b te e e s s e ;: p etre' n o ces ;
oo • 'Teachers; Pupils in attend.
tr. . uise of Study; 0 duation ;
CACISTA NT LT 1 , 0 BALL • 'Expenses; Location ; Mental and Moral Trai r ifing; To..
monists: from lion . Oeo. Chambers, D. 8. 13chneek e D.
KEPT UNDER COVER, „...., D., and others, In regard to the recent annual examins.
and delivered dry to any part alba town. Ilona; from the Chamberaburg ?rem; and from ;ernes
• EARLY & NONEDIAKER. W.'Alexander, D. D., of New York, and others.
The next session will commence September' 14th.
For a catalogue eddies'
lie,. HENRY REEVES, A. M.
WATCHES, r IJEWELRY AND
. ' Wo would respectfullyintbrm our
f kik . friends, patrons and the public gen•
••• --,7 k
orally, that wo havoJust opened our
• i , NEW WATCH, JEWELRY SILVER'
.. AND PLATED WARE ESTABLISH.
# r ap
.1,, 4.. , MENT, at No. 022 Market St., where
••• • • =••• we offer wholesale and retail, at the
'-.5................, lowest cash prices, a large and very
choice stock of every description of goodi usually kept
In a first class Joireiry Store. ••-'
Wo hope by untiring efforts to accommodate and
please not only to retain all our former patrons, but
merit and secure a large accession to the Sams.
'• 'Every' descriptlonnf Diattiond'Work and other Jewel=
ry, made to order at short notice:
AST All goods warranted to bees represented.
Arir ittirticulat attention given -to the repairing of
Watches and Jewelry of every description.
STAUFFKR & HARLEY,
No. 822 Market Street, Ithlistra
-N. U.—We,will continue our Old ...item No. 148 North
'Second Street, for a short time only.
July 27, 1.855-3 m
• . HATS,
• . " CAPS.
JOHN IRVINE,- having taken, the stand, on the
north oast corner of the Square, recently occupied by .1.
B. • Kellar, would reepectfully inform the citizens in
town and country, that he basJuet returned from Phil
adelphla with a new and desirable assortment of goods
In his line, comprising GENTLEMEN'S PINE CALF
DRESS -BOOTS, KIP DO., LADIES' MORROW AND
GOAT BOOTS, KID SLIPPERS AND LASTING Clott.
TENS, MISSES' AND cuthDRENs , -rums AND GAI•
TEES. In great variety. Boys'• and Youth's Boots and
Brogans. Men's and Wye' .
HATS AND, CARS,
of every description, and a general aleortmeneof straw
Sonde. The stock has been selected with great care.and
will be sold at a very small advance on city wholesale
na. Don't forget, the
, cheap corner, opposite the Her.
aid oltlce.• JOIDIi
Carlisle, Apr. 10,1 8 59.
Northßanover Street, Carlisle, Pa. •
W.. W. KLINE, 'Proprietor:
_Tlklaljouse bpi, been rditted tn_aisulierloratyle r andi
POW °Oa forth!lecompodation of Boarders
and Travelers, on ' •
. MQISERATE TERMS.:
EXCELLSNT 9T.4.131,1.N4 ATT4OHED
pENNSYLVANIA STATE AGRI.-
, IitiOESTY: " • •
EXIIItiITiON.The Ninth Annual Eildbition - of the
-Pennsylvania State.Agrieulturalliociety,ftill be_behl
Powellon, Philadelphia,' on, Tuesday; WedneadaY,
•Thuraday and Friday;, the ITth. 28th, 29th and 34th.
:deys of September.next.. Ist September. the
Secretary. will romovo to the Rooms of the Phlladelphia*
,Soci.ty for thehrothotion of Agriculture, No. 0280heate
:nut Street, Philadelphia, where,,Books . orEnry the
Exhibition willhe opened. • • . • ,
ivLetterkaddroyea- to the /Instant, at, Dart - Mum,
or - Jona Ma/WM • Philada., or Cnitum E. rem.; Due
will,Meet.with - att,ention till let September. .
, •' , • DAVID' TAGlGAUT,'P,tesident.,
• Ai-Gonda for Exhibition -carried on halt
J/tela In Oho !Mat% to and trt:. frotoittum. •
- 80•NNTLII:16; -
TRVING FEMALE ' . COLLEGV,
• This Institution, designed for the liberal 'education
of Young Ladies, has been operation_two years with
the most gratifyinglt is now established on
Britt" baelb; aod - Its - paltucege already &Mon& over
several States.' k . • ,
It In located on the Cumberland Valley Railro ad
way between Harrisburg And Carilale. In the most far.
tile and beautitui portion of the valley, and Is In close
proximity to one of the. most moral, healthy; and err,
torprising towns In the State: r
It to central, mill easy of. accede. - Students . leaving
. Washington, Baltimore, or Philadelphia in the morning
train for Harrisburg, will arrive at bleehaniesburg In
The idifice is largo and commodious, Surrounded by
MriliblfrilTitifidris - ;ald - AVllVAT:rdifiniodate about one hum
divd boarders: In Itreconstryctiolls it combines./ the
modern improvements for the promotion of health,
comfort and convenience. InSheseresprcts physicians
pronounce it unrivalled. the ehanibers are large and
neatly - furnished.- Each has its register for heat and
ventilation Only two students occupy the same.room.
The bath rooms areal all times suppiled,with wannand
cold water, .
HENDERSON. TERMS PER SESSION OF FIVE MONTHS, PAILAIIIOII
Boarding, Washing, Furnished Booms, Fuel •
and Light.. .
Tuition—Collegiae Department.. .. . 20 00
Preparatory. . 16 00
" ." First Class, 32 00
No extra charge for Ancient Linguages.
Husk—Piano and Guitar. . . . .• . . . 20 00
Vocal . . • . . ... 200
Modern Languages,. . . . . • ._lO 00
Painting, Drarriug and other * Ornamental Branches .
1 the usual rates.
Textbooks furnished at city prices.
For further particulars address,
Rey. A. 0. MAIILATT, A. M..
E9ELIA'S • and EXPENDITURES
IMON SCHOOLS ON CARLISLE,
TOR TUE YEAR-ENDING .11THE 1, 1859;
Hoed on tax of '6B, toy treasurer,
" from collector,
" rent of Education Hall.
" tuition of notrresldenta,
" t3tate appropriation,
Teachers' salaries, $4.970 00
•IneMental- expenses. Including me/Banger;
oil. Printing, cleaning, i5c..6c..... .... .. . . - 21:5 744.
Repairs, materials, ke. 201 94 •
Coal and wood, 253 92 •
Interest 011 school debt, 241 P 50 .
Rent,' - 191/ CIO.
Ileuryllyers on amount of new building, 575 00 .1
The foregoing exhibits a correct statement the 6.
nancial condition of the echool department df
for the school year ending lat June, 1859. ,
By orper of the Board,
Ax TEACITER WANT.N D,."-'-•
' A School Teacher for a session of Bee montb4
corn lancing about the jot of October, Is wanted at New
Oum cloud. Application can be made personally or
by letter to J,kOOB OARPENTM L.
.Prei. of the
R. Mender, fiee'y.
New Cumberland, June 29, 18159.2 m
aimint-Dickinson and West Pennsborsugh Townships,
believing that the destruction of birds is 'injurious to
the interest of the Perming community, take this Meth.
al to Intone GUNNERS AND SPORTSBlENi'that'we
wilEnot permit bunters to trespass upon our . premhiss,
either to shoot birds or other game—but will preen
the law against them in all mess. • • •
Henry Line, Nolhusignr4.•. ; .
James U. Ralston, . RoMrt Ciroesods ' •
George L. Line, • John Duutak,
John t. Lindsey, , David Pry, •
George Line, John Eppley,
George 12, Carotheia, .
Charles W. Waster, .. ihunnel Peer,
Jas. H. Cerothers, . Black,,-
Jacob Rhoads, ' • David Ralston,
Henry Paul. JanieeD. Gremon, . -
' l6 l l l-D•ots. t • ~..
Henry Carl,- ' 4 "lsserliii3ne.. - 2S. •
Andrew Ralston,' • . Daniel P. Homes,
Adam Welt John YOung,
James A. Davidson, James DT , Walutineds' . " •
Andrew B. Young, ' John Elliott, ' •
Samuel Newcomer, , George iidnefir..! • .
John Oniasion, : David-Linn
Joslabcarothera, ' John Ruston,- ,
Chariot Lee, 4 a '.Thomas Lee,
Alfred 1/.1.40, _John Darr.
131boeekl - Lei, ---,- • David Black,' • >• l r 7
I`.A..ll,Lfte, - JolurPlouch,
Qcorgst,lthainger. • - • John ,
Emanuel Line, John Black,Jr.,. s",
Samuel lienyop,'. Adam' llishbarn,,
3. llotdort._- John,Petror,
Henry Bushniiii; ' • Johnlibick,
Simnel Stuart, , Jacob Myers,:
Samuel Stuart, , Anthony Milburn, - "
demon treason; . :'
Adg. n,.1861)-Im* y
I . ACKE
i b • , . .
-Edo Crots. '
NORTH J c l o 4 N Vr it g STREET
•.' OARLIBLT PA.' ,
1 1 7wleidie Awes' Ridtided $2 pep
Thirattentlon t- otOeuntry, Merchants And the *talk
generally k Invited ton large assortment, off
manufactured or tho best material and warranted to
rontaln no 'poison In their colors, which will be 'sold
Wholesale or Retail at low rates at, the old stand of, '
, • P..IIIOIIITIEORa
• • NORTH lIANOVLIt Smear, OftIUISLI,
A few doors North of the Carlisle Deposit, Bank
Joist received a largo assortment of . •
. . _
/deed importations, consletlog of ..
—liglerus, • . - Drumm • '
. • •
." • - Dates, ••
Danannas, - 'Pine Apples.
'Almond/4^ • • Fllberl er • • • '
.• " Create Nuts, ' Cocoa Ntds,
all of whir WI Ibe sold at low rates. .Aleo, a large -
: AND RANDY GOODS' •
°revelry ry.- Also, all the best -brand/
l'OAlle - AND - TOBACCOr • '
of American and German matioliteturc. • •
The eubacilber raturne thatibe for the libeial painnib
age beetinked on him by the public. and solicits a ail.
tinuance their.favora. Nernember the Old Stand of
Carnal*, Junol6l'6B. ' . •North itanfiter Street,.
HAT AND CAP EMPORIUM.-
.. . .
4. tl. CALLIO & CO., successors to 'Wm. IL Trout
whuld announce to their culdornefa,and the pdtdlis
generally that theY have just received from Ptillidels
phis, a large and elegant stock of goods, in thelt line, of
husinem of every variety, style and quality.
...th r e t t e h n atn g ron hand a splendi d
HATS AND CAPS;
of all .descriptions, from the ennimon WWI
to the finest BUR AND SILK HATS; and at prima
that must suit every one who has ah eye to getting the
worth of hie money. The stock includes,
1410LUSKIN, SASSINESS, DEAVER A FELT HATE,
of every style and tailor and uneurpas.ed for LIGHT;
NESS, DURABILITY AND FINISH: by those of any
other establishment In the country.
DIEN'B,,BOYS' and CHILDREN'S HATS and SAAB.,
of every description constantly on hand.
They respectfully Invite all the old patron' and u
many new mesas possible, to give them a call. ,
Apr. 27, 181-I'3,
ams - jars, air tight, (13tone'is patent,) fo preserving
fruit, dr., or the 'various 'sixes, are offpred to the publics
by the proprietor's, as a Jar that will commend itself,
requiring no cement, ill Pelf sealing,•the neatestoWcit
simple and easily managed Jar 'made, and feeling ,ton•
lideut.when once need will be preferred to any other,
THESE JARS, _ . •
together with a variety of other good Preserving Jam
are for sale at the store of the eubscriber, where may
1 , 1 114-0„-btxfound a large and general assortment of
- - FRESH GROCERIES, : • '
of the various qualities, including a eoarmable and Anil
selection of the beet and finest grades of.
WHITE AND DROWN hUDAIIB,
eultable for preserving. We falbanktul for the m
oron's support heretofore extended to us, and trust that
we mhy merit the continued favors of. our friends and
customers.' Our groatest'efforts shall be made topless,
in the quality of ttmarticle sold, as well as In price.
Carlisle, June 29. 1860. - - J. W. EBY.
Aug. 3 1869.
Imuaras mass uite plizemar
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