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Peoria,.lllinois, on the 15th Inst., by the Rev,,
W. ABEnI2, Mr. WILLIAM 11. RICHMOND. of Peoria,
to'hllss AGNES WETZEL, formerly of Carlislo.
In this place, oil the 24th Inst., nt the German Re
formed Parsonnge, by the Bey. Samuol Philips, Mr.
JOHN.MINICII to Miss ELIZABETH THUM:VIA, both
of Frankfort Township,Cumb. Co. •
On the 201 h inst , by Rev. Jamb Fry. Mr. JACOB 11,
ALBERF, to Miss JULIA A. ADAMS, both of Carlisle.
pt a ft s .
On tlio liWrinst., in this place Mr. MICHAEL
MILLEN, aged about 70 years.
On Monday morning last, OIIARLES B. RIIREM;
youngest sou of Jacob and Susan Rheem, aged o,years
"No bitter tears for thee be shed, ; -
Blossom of being I soon and gonel
With flowers alone we strew thy bad,
0 blest departed 0341
Whose all of life, a rosy ray,
Blush'd into dawn and passed away.
Thou wart so like a form of light,
That heaven benignly called thee hence,
Ero yet the world could breathe ono blight
O'er thy, sweet innocence :
And thou, that brighter home to bless,.
Art passed, with all tliy lovelinesd."
CARLISLE PRODUCE MARKET.
Reported weekly for the Herald by
Woodward dr. Schmidt.
FLOUR (FamilY•• •
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READ ! ! READ !! !
THE GREAT PUBLIC are respect
fully invited to call at the new atone of LEH/Telt,
SAWYER k MILLER, East Main St., and examine their
extensive stock of now
consisting of elegant DRESS GOODS of tho latest ho.
Poil 'de sole;
Plain, colored and
Black Silks; Plain Oro de ra
Rhine Rik. Silk (all prices.);
Splendid Fig. Merinoes and Cash
meres ; Ottoman Reps; Valen
ties ; Empress Cloths , Brocade Pop
line ; Volours ; French printed
Delaina; Plain French Me
rinoes and -Delaines ;
Parmettos; Pacific '
Delalnes and Caihmeres; Mimics and Children's Dress
hoods of ovary variety, suitable for the season.
I . •
Our line of these Goods is unusually full and coin
plots; as we hove every variety of Goods imported
by the celebrated mourning house of 1100000 h. Sox:
ouch as Mourning Silks; Lupin s Merinos; Cash
.-- mores ; Reps; Double width Delaines ; 'NMI'
•• "IpthA Bembrishi vs ; l'aramettos; Alpacas; Deledues;
;repos of all qualities.
', MOURNING FURNISHING GOODS.—Long eras
, Veil". i, Collars; Gloves_; Handkerrhiefs; Hosiery;
, frimmings; Double Thßiltand Single Shawls; Cash
li mere; l'eaced - ale ; Washington Mills Shawls.
Particular attention paid to Funeral Goods, of
elikh wr have A full line. • .
CLOAKS! CLOAKS!! CLOAKS!!!
We have made arrangements with a New York man.
lecturer by which we are enabled to furnish the latest
and most fashionable Cloaks worn through the season.
We have lust received a large and choice lot of Mantles,
to which we especially Invite the attention of the La
rites; also Misses and Children's Cloaks. We will be
making additions of these goods as the season advances.
ilaliast - vcrlsi
In all their yarieties—Brocha, Jaquard, Peacedale,
EMBROIDERIES from AUCTION at very low prices.
lIAI...MORAL SKIRTS in Mourning and Fancy Colors.
Hoop Skirts ! Hoop Skirts ! !
Of the latest Improvements. We have received the
ABENCT of a Now York Skirt Factory, and will sell these
indispensable articles at wholesale prices.
Ladies Furnishing Gropers of Every Varsety.
Kid Gloves, 0/rootlets, We/den mad -Cotton Hosiery,
Underrests, Corsots, Nu alas, Bonnet Ribbons, Dress
Trimmings, Worsted Hoods, &c., &c,
Cloths, —Overcastings, Cassimeres,..
We have secured the services of a first class TAYLOR,
and make up clothing to order at short notice, In the
best styles and lowest prices.
BOYS' WEAR of ail kinds for the season.
Men's and Boys' Shawls, Drawers, Undershirts, Han
over Moves, Uauntlets, Collars, Neck Ties, Stockings,
`Scarfs, Suspenders, Are., &c.
AT WROLEBALE AND RETAIL.
flaring purchased largely before•the great advance Ii
pricon, we can sell many kinds at old rates.
All the above articles and many others we offer at
the lowest possible prices. Constant additions will be
made to our stock during the winter. No pains spared
to show our immense stock.
LEI SAWYER' A MILLER.
Carlisle, Oct. 25, Mil.
1)liBLIC SALE oF REAL ESTATE.
By an order of the Orphan's Court of Cumberland
county, I will expose to public sale, on the premises, on
THURSDAY, the 21st day of November, 1861, at 10
cf sloes, A. M.,
ALL THAT PLANTATION
or trael, of land situate in Monroe township Cumber
land county , bounded by lands of, hlichhel jo-Hoover,
Christian Baker, John Cockloy, and pliers, containing
EIGHTY ONE ACRES, more or loss, nearly all of which
is cleared, well fenced and cultivated,
and having thereon erected a two story
LOCI WEATIIEIIROARDED HOUSE,
Dank Barn, with Wagon Sheds and other ••'• •
improvements. This Farm is situate
about one and a half miles north of
Teems —Elm pop eopt.tita be paid at the tiffie of sail,
one tbh d to remain In the land, the Interest to bo paid
to the widow, ono third on the Ist of April, 1862, and
the balanzeOLl the theist of April , 1863, with int e rest,
a ..IJOSEPII NE WCOMER,
AdmltilsrmiblYof Jacob Newcomer, decM.
Oct. 26, 1861.
OR RENT.—The Store-Room' and
Dwelling at the corner of Pitt and Main Streets.
'he Store-Itoom has every thing necessary for business,
nod is of ample size; and the Dwelling is comfortable,
with large rooms. Also; the TAILORING Store Room
and working room adjoining; all which is offered at
rod uced.rents, and is one of the best locations in the
town. The former.will be rented from the Ist of April
next, and the latter can belled on let of January next.
- .1. HAMILTON.
Carlisle, Oct. 22,1881-40
fIARPETINGS, &o.—just race Tied at
INIILBY'S Cheap Cash Store, a new stock of Car•
putings, Druggets and Floor Oil Cloths, which will be
sold at very _le w. figures, - -
Please call and examine the stock.
Carlisle, Get. '25, 1811.
G RAND JUVENILE • CONCERT
Os TUESDAY EVENING, OCITDEER 29, 1861.
Mr. - KEMMERER, assisted by nearly - 200 pupils - also -
Master FRAZER from Lancaster, will give a pupils;
Musical Eutertainmont of miscellaneous music. The
programme will consist of 33 different:pieces. Tickets
10 cents; for sale at the door. Concert to commence at
VA o'clock. [Oct. 22, 1801-It*
FURS! •FURS!! FUttSlll
ear LADIES' FANCY Funs. -en
MAMMA T,1103450A, Old Stand, NO.SIB Market
St., above Bth, south aide, Philad'a:, have meat opuned
their Entice,New Steck .of
Ladies' and Children's Fancy Furs,
comprising , all the loading . desirable styles, at
tremendous reduction In prices.
We have determined to offer for sale ourstock of Furs,
at Pssio Moss; affording an opportunity to. all Ladles
'who wish to purchase moot of Pure at a great reduction
from former prices. •
818 Market St:liter, Philad'a.
N. B. Old rare altered to fashionable styles.
highest price, paid. for Shlpplug Vitra, Mtlik,
itao.llt, Ste., de. , (Oct. 25,1881-Bra
M"',OTICE :TO ',.BllCiElliAtE .
200 Hands Vatted to work on Army Elms, to
sr out constant employment will Ile, given. for at least,
are or slxlnongo t att llt?_nrel !suave _ •
Aug. 00,18011. - Roagivr,m.ooint_.
for sale; at lieu priee than tiny can-be bad at the
kl►n. Buointre this aka:. dept. }4,'00.
Tnet, redeilied -another new. and cheap
lot of Ittehardsiinel, bar & Dizon MMUS, MCLI
lien, Calicoes &e., At, cheap Oath Store • .;
.1.1t.m . -- 1): 0011.111 r,
1 , "17T1 I'. —The subscriber desk
--- Inn- to so ttle-m p Wei ness, requests _th ono in.
debted to him to ihnke payment to A. b. tipousler, Esq.,
and those having claims against him to leme them nt
the same Olen
Carlisle, Oct. 25,1561-3 t
TOOTS ANDSHOES.--Just received
at 001LIlY'S bhciap Cash Store, .an entire nen
stock of Ladles', Mtesso' and Children's Morocco Boots,
Shoes an liaiters, of the best quality and lowest prices.
Carlisle, Oct. 2 1861.
DOOR RitCHARD'S EYE WATER.
Benjainiul Franklin assorts nit an ounce of pre
volition Is bottel..than a pound of cure. Then we ask
you do you wtph to keep hipthoria, Nouralgia, Sore
Throat, Colds in'the head, with an endless category of.
diseases which Infest the syitem Irons your house? If
so, ueo unsparingly if
Poor Richard's Eye Water,
to bathe the Eyes and Ears. By this moans only you
can keep the sowers df the head open,and thus prevent
all Internal inflammation, which is the precursor of
Please gat circular from Drug Stores of the most ro•
rcarkablo cures on record.
To be had of all Druggists. Price 25 cents per bottle
Airs. 111 O. BROWN, Proprietor.
632 Arch Street, Philadelphia.
Oct.. 26, 1861-6 m
QHERIF F'S SALES.
IIJJ By virtue of sundry wilts OF Fenditioni Expoiine
issued out of the Court of Commcin_Pleas of Cumberland
County, and to me directed. I will expose to sale by
piubllc vondue or outcry, at the Court House, in the
Borough of Carlisle on Friday the Bth day of November
A. D. 1801, at 10 o'clock n. In. the following described
Real Estate, to wit:
A lot of ground situated in the borough of Nowvllle,
containing 00 feet in front and 120 feet in depth, more
or less, bounded on the east by High street, on the west
by property of the Lutheran Church, on the North by
property of John Bowers, and on the south by property
of the Lutheran Church, having thereon erected
Frame Blacksmith Shop and Shed
Slezed end taken In execution and to be sold zo the
property of John A. Harris
Also, a lot of ground situated In the borough of New
villa, containing 60 feet in front and 120 feet in depth,
more or less bounded on the east by High street, on the
west by property of Yost Spangler, and on tho South by
property of John Bowers, haying thereon erected a two
Log House, Log Stable, and Carriage
Slesed and taken In execution and to be sold as the
Pcol.U . ty c.f.lohn A. Harris.
Also, a lot orground altuated lu South Bliddloton
Containing Five Acres, more or les3,
bounded on the east by the Walnut Bottom Road, on
the west by the Spring Road, on the north by the Spring
Road, on the south by lands of John Noble. Slexiid hnd
taken in execution and to be sold as the property of
Also, a lot of ground situated In the borough of Car
lisle, containing 60 Pet In front and 110 foot In depth,
more or less, bounded on the east by an alley, on the
west by Pitt street, on the north by lot of Mrs Bowers,
arid on the south by south Street, having thereon erect
ed a ono story
Slozed and token in execution and to he solg as the
property of William Cart.
Also, -a lot of ground situated In the borough of Car
lisle, containing 30 feet in front and 240 feet In depth
more or less, bounded on the east by lot of William L11;0
and others, on the west by lot of Goo. Wahl, on the
nprth by Chapel alley, and on the south by South street,
having thereon erected a ONE-STORY LOG HOUSE.
Belied and taken In execution and to be sold as the pro
erty of William Cart.
Ala°, a lot of ground situated In the borough of
]lsle, containing 30 feet in front and 240 feet In depth,
more or leas, bounded on the east by an alley, on the
west by North Hanover street, on the myth by Louthor
street, and on the south by Rev. Smiley, haying there
on erected a two story
Brick House, a two story Brick Kitchen
Wash-ho Use and Ware-house.
Slezod and taken in execution and to bo.sold as tho
property of Samuel C. Huy-OU.
Also, a tract of land situated in Middlesex township,
containing It) acres, more or less, bounded on the east
by Minis of John Ileushow, on the west by hinds of
Adam Forney, on the north by lands of William Cepp,
and on the south by lands a David Hoover, having
thereon erected a two story
A Log House And Shed
Seised and taken in execution and to be sold as the
property of Amos Collins and George Contras.
Also, a lot aground situated in Silver Spring town—
ship, Cumberland county, containing 70 foot in front
and 130 feet in depth, more or less, bounded on the
east by the Iloguestown road, on the west by an alley,
on the North by proPerty of W. 11. Oswald, and on the
south by the Simpson road, hawing thereon erected a
TWO—STORY FRAME HOUSE:and FRAME KITCHEN.
Seized and taken in execution and to be sold ate the; re—
party of Peter Earlecher and Elizabeth Ilarlacher.
Also. a lot of ground, situate it, Silver Sprinfg town
chip, Cumberland county, - containing 35 feet 10 front
and 200 feet in depth, more or less, hounded on the east
by an alley, on the west by land of Frederick Wonderly,
on the north by Lotket Street, and on the south by the
Simpson road, having thereon erected a FRAIIIE STA
BLE. Seised and taken In execution and to be sold as
the property of Peter lierlacher and Elisabeth llarlacher.
And all to be sold by me
ROBERT McCAETNEY, Shod!"
SIIERIFF's OFFICE, Carlisle,
October 16, 1861.
CONDITIONS—On all amounts over five hundred
dollars, fifty dollars are to be paid when the property Is
stricken off, and tweuty•fivo dollars on all amounts
under five hundred dollars.
NOTICE is heareby given that the un
dersigned Clerk of the market, will be dt his of
fice in the weigh room at the Market Hon so in the bor
ough of CarlisKon . and after Monday o,etoher the 28th.
1861 orregulnling Scales an 6 Weights
according to the provisions of a Borough Ordinance
passed July 30th. 1865. Ile will also visit places of bu
sham for the same purpose. '
Oct. 18. 1861 3 I.* Clerk of the Market.
PUBLIC S A LE.—Will be sold at pub
lie sale, on TUESDAY, the 29th day of October,
ISM, at the late residence of William Shriver,dee'd., In
Centreville, Cumberland County, Pa.,
BRICK DWELLING HOUSE ,
and Lot of Ground, In mid village , sixty feet front and
one hundred and fortysbven fest deep, with an excel•
lent well of water, stable, and other outbuildings on
ALSO, At the same time and place, I will sell TEN
ACRES OF MOUNTAIN LAND, adjoining Henry Ru
pert, heirs of Marlin Cloudy, deed., and other.. This
lot le covered with Bret rate
and other tim
bers and of easy access.
Sale to commence at 11 o'clock, on said day, when
term. will be made known by
.101fN T. GREEN,
Executor of Wm. Shriver, dec'd
Oct. 16, 'Ol
NOTlCE.—Letters of administration
on the estate of Win. BLAIR Sr., dec'd. late of
Carlisle, I'e. having boongranted by the Register of
Comb. Co. to the subscriber, notice is hereby given'
to all persons knowing themselves indebted to make
immediate payment. and those Laving claims to lire
sent them duly authenticated for settlement to
Wm. BLAIR jr.
Carlisle, Oct. 11. 1801 ot*
F/ STATE NOTI.E.-- I Lotters testa
mentary on the Estate of BARBARA CitALL,
late of Upper Allen township, decd, having been
granted by the Register ofCUmb. Co. to the subscri
ber, residing in Harrisburg. Notice Is hereby g•ven
to all persons knowing themselves indebted to make
immediate payment, and those having claims to pro--
sent them duly authenticated for a settlement to
JOHN B. COOVEIt
Oct. 11. 1861 6t.*
VALUABLE TOWN PROPERTY
- AT PRIVATE SALE.
Tho subscriber offers at private sale the following do.
'scribed, Real Estate, via :
All that property situated at the corhor of Main and
West streets, Carlisle, Pa., extending • •
back to Church Alley, having thereon -
erected three largo BRICK ROUSES, 4:1.111]
and a FRAME WAREH ityiVOUSE. :
Those houses are all now, largo and
commodious. They are modern in style, in,.
and havo all the conveniencvs, such as gas, water, &a,
and era situated in the moot pleasant p rt of the town.
The Warehouse is large and convenient, and having
a nidllna Into it, is well calculated for carrying on the
Forwarding and Ccnnmission business.
This propertywill bo sold very low, together or in
parts, to sult_purchasers, and..tho terins_ixiadoeasy,--
For information apply to
Sep. 13, 1861-tf.
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE. •
T EIDICH, SAWYER & MILLER
are now getting In their Fall and Winter dry goods,
sob oh notwithstanding the cry of" hard times" will
bo snore complete than formerly comprising all kinds
of goods suitable for Ladies, Missos, Children's, Men's
and Boy's wear. Thankful for past favors,
wo ask con
tinuance of the Ramo, and we will use our best endeav
ors to make it the Interest of the public to patronize
our large stock.
persons indebted to the, old firm of Lel.
dich and Bowyer are requested lo call and settle as wo
aro in great want of money.
NEW STORE, AND NEW GOODS
HATS, CABS AND:STRAW GOODS.
JILTS, car s---dre.
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The - kubscriber- has-recently opened A - New Store
etand of J: - .1) llalbort hi North lianover St.
opposite the Carlisle Deposit Dank.
'laving received from Now York and Philadelphia, a
Dimond woli•eeloctod assortment of goods in his lino a.
busineits, such as HATS and' CAPS, from the common
Wool to_tho line Nur, ,
SILK' AND CASSIMERE•HATI3;'..
Spring' 841ee of 811 k bate for 1801. . Straw Irate for
Gentlemen, Jockey Irate for Ladhphand &bullets and
Cape for Children, and, .
PRICES TO QUIT THE TIMES•
Also,-Carpotrilags, Valises. Trunks, nand Trunks,
Umbrellas aryl prima Boil Feathers., An ASSOX ttEl.ent 0(
Thankful forlihopatronega already. reeelved
invito 411111 s frierida trid, the public,. generally, to give
kale a call.-
Carlisle, Apr 1119,1861," 1 , , -
S /000 .
turn over 1,1110101 i; AJLAVIr ;qt. 4k-MILL)
NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS! !
A large assortment Of Fall and Winter Goode of al
description of the latest styles . and best maeufacturea
now opening at the Cheep Cash Store of C. 001103 Y, cm ,
nor of Main and Pitt street. The stock has boon se
lected with great care, and bought for cash, and will be
sold cheep for the money.
A largo lot or Black and Fancy' silk, French Merino's,
Cashmeres, Parernettoes. Silk Poplins, Wool Delancs,
Printed ltepps, Figured Betimes of all kinds and prices,
Grey Goods of all descriptions, Alapaccae dm.
Flsin -Black Cashmere Shawls, -Stella Bordered, Black
and Fancy Colors, Black and Fancy Colored Long Wool
and Brach° Shawls, which have boon bought very chain
an'd.elOaki':of the latest styles:
Dlnnlinte of all o:zes and Paces. Calicoes and Chintzes
of the newest styles and will be sold cheap. Canton
Flannels and Bleached Hunting at the old Prices.
MEN' AND BOYS' WEAR,
loth, Cassimeres, and Vostings, Bettina, and Joan.
A largo lot of Hooped Skirts of all sizes and styles, of
the best quality; and will be sold cheaper than Lean be
purchased elsewhere In the County.
Call and Examine the stock before purchasing. Rec
oloct the stand EAST MAIN STREET NEARLY OPPO
SITE THE DEPOT.
NEW FALL gOODS.-
1 . 1
THOgAS W. EVANS & CO.
Invite attention to their LARGE . , VARIED And
HANDSOME assortment of
'NEW FALL GOODS,
Embracing all the NEWEST Styles in SILKS; DRESS
GOODS, CLOAKS, EMBROIDERIES and FANCY DRY•
Also, a full assortment of MOURNING GOODS,
WHITE GOODS, HOSIERY, GLOVES, MITS, Ac.
This stock is principally T. W. EVANS A CO.'S OWN
IMPORTATION, having been selected in the best
EUROPEAN MARKETS, expressly for their OWN RE
TAIL TRADE, and will be found UNSURPASSED for
STYLE, QUALITY and REASONABLE PRICES.
Noa. 818 and 820 Chestnut St.,
BELOW CONTINENTAL HOTEL,
B N.—Wholesale buyers will find it advantageous
of examine this Stock. [Oct.. 11, 431-am.
ON THE EUROPEAN PLAN,
C STREET, BET. 4i AND 6th STS.,
Near the National Hotel, and two aguarea from
the Railroad Depot,
FINE PARLORS FOR TILE ACCOMMODATION OF LA
Room end Board, per day. .
Room alone, per day
Lodging, If the room Is vacated by 7 a m
The HIMMF:LL HOUSE la newly and elegantly fur
nished, and in every rerpect a first class Hotel.. I
Invite the public to call and examine.
A. F. KIMNIELL Proprietor.
Oct. 11. 1861. t f
Lor,o arrival of Now Styles of FALL AND WINTER
GOODS At .
THE NORTH HANOVER STREET CLOTH-
The undersigned taken pleasure to inform his friends
and the public generally of the large andivariod aesert
wont of piece goods for
HENS AND BOY'S WEAR.
Jnst received, comprishA,,,all the latest styles and
novelties In the market,VLlich have been selected with
care, and will be sold, at air - favorable prices, as can is
obtained anywhere else.
Overcontings, Satinets and Jeans. which will be made
to order, or !sold per yard at the lowest prices.
The public is respectfully Invited to inspect our stock,
before p urchasi ug elieWhare.
North Hanover Street, opposito the American House.
ear-NllMary work made at the shortest notice, and
F °UTZ'S CELEBRATED
These PoWders have proved, after a trial of several
years, to be superior to any preparation of the kind in
use.. Tho chief superiority of these Powders arises from
the fact that they are composed of Medicines that have
Laxative Tonic and Purifying properties. The Laxative
elects crudities; from the stomach and intestines; the
Tonic given strength to the system of the Hone, and
the purifying mediclnnlt contained In them cleanse the
blood, and lay the foundation for a healthy and vigorous
circulation. The use of them improvea the wind,
strengthens the appetite and gives the horse a fine,
smooth and glossy skin—improving the appearance,
vigor and spirit of the noble animal.
These Powders are not intended, as most pWwders aro,
to bloat the animal, OW as to give him the appearance of
being fat when not really so—but, to remove the disease
and promote his general health.
These Powder's will strengthen the stomach and In
testines, cleanse them front offensive matter, and bring
them to a healthy state. • They aro a sure prevention
of Lung Fever, and a certain remedy for all diseases
Incident to the Horse, as (Handers, Yellow Water, Dis
tempers, Pounder, Heaves, Slavering, Coughs, Lees of
Appetite, and Vital Energy, Sm. These Powders, if next
two or throe times a week, through the Winter and
spring, your Horse will never get the Lung Fever, Colic
or Botts. A few doses of these Powders will remove the
woreteough on-any Horse.—Wereawners of-Horses .to--
feed a few of those Powders every year, they might
save the lives of many valuable Horses.
MILCII COWS. -
The properties this Ppwder possesses In Increasing
the quantity of Milk in Cows, gives It an importance
and value which should place it in the hands of every
person keeping a Cow. In fattening Cattle it gives
them an appetite, loosens their hide, and waken them
thrive much faster.
In all diecases of Swine, as Coughs, Ulcers In the
Lunge and Liver, &c., by putting from half a paper to a
paper of these Powders in a barrel of Swill, the above
diseases can be cured er entirely prevented. By using
thnire - Powders the Rog Cholera can be prevented. Pro.
pared by S. A. I'OUTZ, Weetminieter,
Per sale by REYNOLDS & PEIFFER, Carlisle, Pa.,
end by all country storekeepers. Price 25 cents per
paper, or pa papers for one dollar. [Aug, 23, 1851.
RE MOVAL.---LOC HAAN'S Photo
tographic and Ambrotype Gallery has boon re.
moved to the second story of Mr. tribal?' 's Grocery Store.
Mr. LOOAMAN will be pleased to wait upon his numer
ous friends and patrons, and will continue to make
every kind of
Photographic & Imbrotype Pictures
@;z-EQUAL TO TILE BEST MADE ANYIVIIERE
Carlisle. dapt. 6, 1801.
TAR. LA CROIX'S
PRIVATE MEDICAL TREATISE
Physiological View of Marriage
250 PAGES AND 130 ENGRAVINGS.—price only
TWENTY revs CENTS. Sent free of postage to all parts of
the Union. On the infirmities of youth and maturity,
disclosing the secret follies of both sexes of all ages,
causing debility, nervousness, depression of spirits, pal
pitation of the heart, suicidal imaginings, Involuntary
emissions, blushings, defect! ve memory, indigestion end
lassitude, with confession° of thrilling interest of a
Boarding School Miss, a College Student, and a Young
Married Lady, &c. It Is a truthful adviser to the
married and those contemplating marriage, who enter
tain secret doubts of their physical condition, and who
are conscious of having hazarded the health, happiness,
and privileges to which every human being is entitled.
Tax-YOUNG MEN who aro troubled' with weakness, gon
er-AMY caused by a bad habit In youth, the effects of
which are dizziness, pains, forgetfulness, sometimes a
ringing In the oars, weak oyes, weakness of the back
and lower extremities, confusion of ideas, b ea of memo
ry. with melancholy, may be cured by the, author's
NEW PARIS AND LONDON TREATMENT.
We have rocentlyolevoted much :Of our time in VIS
ITING TUE EUROPEAN HOSPITALS, availing our.
selves of the knowledge and researches of the most
skilled Physicians and Surgeons In Europe and the
Continent. Those who place themselves under our
care will now have the full benefit of the many NEW
AND EFFICACIOUS REHEDIES which, ,o are enabled
to Introduce Into our practice, - and the public' may rest
assured of the same zeal, assiduity, SECRECY and ,at
tentket being paidito their cases, which had so Mums;
fully distinguished us heretofore, as a Physician in our
PECULI Alt chr rtment of professional Practice, for the'
past twenty-, e years.
FRENCH h s 'ALE - PlLLS.—Ladles who wish for bled!
CilleA, the.i eacy of which. has bean tested In thou
sands of cases. and never tailed to effect speedy cures
without any bad results, will use none but Dr. DeLa•
nay's Female Periodical Pubs. The only pfecalition
necessary to be observed le, ladles should not take them
If they have reason to believe they are In certain situa
tions ,(the particulars of which will be found on the
wrapper accompanying each bor,) though always safe
and healthy, on gentle, yet so active are they.
Price $1 per box. They can be mailed to any port of
the United States or Canada.
JACOB 111111 EM
TO TUE LADIEB.—Who need a confidential medical
advisor with regard to any of theme interesting com
plainte to which their delicate organization renders
them liable, are particularly invited to coconut utt.
TUE " &ECM° GAINANIO PUOTteTIVE."—For marrie4
ludle.s whose health, will not admit, or who, have no
desire to Imre:tie their families, cony be obtained as
above. lt is a perfectly safe preventive "to conception,
hits been extensively used dud oglhe last 20 years.
Price minced to $lO.
THE SECRETS. OF YOUTH UNVEILED.
' A Treatise On the, Canto of Premature Decay —A 'ea
.eirin warning. Just published, a book allowing the in ,
alduous progress and prevalence among acheols.lboth
male and femalot of this fatal habit; pointing out the
fatality - that Invariably attends Ito victims; and deved. ,
°ping the whole progress of the dhow°, from the com.
moucoment to the end.
It will be sent. by Mall on receipt of-two [3) cent
Attendance daily, from 8 In the morning till 9
at might, and nu 'Sundays front 2 till 5 P.
Medicines with full dlinctlons cant to any part of the
United Fltates or Canadas, by patients communicating
their - symptoms - by , letter. - BIODOSLI" corrospondeUce
strictly confidential. -
4W Dr. Ve Oleo 'still located as establlehell, tinder
the name. Of„ DLL LA CROIX", at No. 31 .Alakbin Lane,
Albany, N. Y. . • ,-fllppt, 20, 1861-Iy. • •
f J IARPET OLIA IN.—A new supply of
k auperior Carpet, Ohaie,f last received at the cheap
atoreer 011 AB. 001LBY,
reit. 15, 1861. j L,Truateb.-,
,s!cp . WQ/s,.SKlRTS.—Anotherlii o
. sift. ty Of these au gorier and cheap steel a I g
'nit rteJna recalv N e:l : Decidedly the beat. and cheapest rn
)13 Carlisle 'at .the illiap Cash store 4
N*. 2 Ili • • •
, ...--,,, - - . - 11711A5.0611,1111 1 , irastelt.
NOW REOEIVED AND OPENING AT-
0 GI.LBY'S__OH EAP_STORE
FALL AND WINTER SHAWLS
CIIARTZS OOILBY, Trustee
Otherwhio It wilhbelonsidored by the dny.
Horse and Cattle Powders
H 0 G S
STATE, -NOT RIE.-4-Letters , testa
. mentary orithe Eststoof.-Cai s einum Blum. late
iddlissix — twA — decd,-having — been — issubd
Register ofOumberland County; to the subscribers resi
ding tumid township: notice le hereby given to all par-.
sonetndebted to said Estate to make payment, and
those having claims to present theta properly authenti
cated for settlement to
Oct. 4,1801-0 t
Sept: 16, 1861.
TO the heirs and legal representatives -
of George Melt, late of the-township of South- ,
ampton, County of Cumberland, deireased. Tako notice .
that - by virtue of a writ- of Partition and - Valuatlon,
issued out of tho Orphans' Court of,eumberlandcounty,
and to me dlrected,l34ll bold_au_lnquest.to
part or value the real estate of gald doceisod, on the
premise& on Tuesday the 15th day of Octobers A. D.,
1861, at 10 o'clock, A. M., when and Idlers you may
attend If you think proper, - ' ; arA
1108 , T. Mcpaltmgy, Sheriff:.
F OUTZ MIXTURE.
The Bess LINIMENT for MAN told BEAST
now in USE,
Is a safe and reliable remedy f r the cure of ilneurne
Clem, Painful Nervous Affections, 'Sprains. Burns,
Swellings, and all diseases' requiring the external ap
plication on Man. - • . .
On Horses it will never fail to cute Poll Evil, Platula,.
old - running - Sore/or Sweeny, if_ properly applied: - For
Sprains, Bruises, Scratches, Crooked Hoofs, Chafes, Sad !.
dlo Collar Oall, Cuts or' Wounds,it lean ` nfa able
remedy. Try it, and be convinced of its efficacy.
Persons afflicted with this dlscise no matter of how
long standing, can be promptly and effectually cured
by using this illature.
.There is nothing In the world so sure and so good to
take away Bad Corns, and core Frost Bites as pre.
paration. Try It and satisfy *ourtelies. Price 25 and
60 cents for bottle. Prepared by S. A. FOUTZ, West
For sale by REYNOLDS A PETFOER,CarIIsIe, Pa., and
by all' country storekeepers [Aug. 23, 1861.
A. 33. EWING'S
= - .;; - 7 - -- -.•_
4) t 4
59 - 2 v:
West High Street, Carlisle, Pa.
Premium awarded at. the , Cumberland County
Agricultural Fair of 1857.)
The subscriber has just received the most splendid
assortment of articles in his lino, ever brought to this
place—which ho is determined to sell at prices that de
Kite hen and
Embracing every article used by House nod Hotel
keepers, of the most approved and fashionable design
and finish. Including also Cottage furniture in setts.
reception and Camp Chairs, Mattresses, Gilt frames,
pictures, be., Ac.
Purchasers are requested to call and examine his
stock, at his extensive ware•rooms, West Main street,
Mirth side. A. 1111:WING.
.0a- Particular attention gPronas usual to funerals;
ordars from town and country, attended to promptly
and on moderate terms. 'A. B. E
Carlisle, May 12, 1858.-Iy.
JOSEPH - RITNER, JIL L Attorney at
eLaw and Surveyor, Blecharthaburg, P. °Mee on
Rail Road Street, two tln.,ra north of the Bank.
AlEr Business promptly attended to.
LAW CARD.-CHARLES E. MA
GLAUGIILIN, Attbraay at Law, Office in In
hott's _building, just opposite the Market Ileum
Carlisle, March 14,'60-Iy.
fJ. AV. FOULK, Attorney at Lam
kJ. (Vice with J.ll. Smith, Esq., in Glass' Row, in
rear or Frst Presbyterian Church. All Business en•
trusted to him will be promptly attended to..
May 9, '9o.—ly.
WM. BIDDLE, Attorney at Law.
~ Office, South Hanover Street with A. B
Sharpe Esq. Nov. 16, 1860.
LAW OFFICE.-LEMUEL TODD
has resumed the practice of the Law. Office In
Centre Square, west side, near the First Presbyterian
April 8, 1857.
CP. HUMRICH, Attorney at Law.
N. J.—Office on North Hanover street, a few doors
south of Glass' Hotel. All busixtess entrusted to him
will be promptly attended to. [April la.
NOTICE. - REMOVAL. - W.
m.,PENROSE Wei moved hls office In rear o
tho ourt House, whore he willpromptly attend to all
!liminess entrusted to him; .
August 19, 1857.
ATTORN Y At LAW.
Office with Wm. IL Miller, Eng., Swath Flanover Street
opposite the VoluoteerAgirs;._
- Carllgto, 8;1850.
W. C. RHEEM
ATTORNEY AT LAW AND GENERAL AGENT
urriA, give special attention to,,collections through
TY out the State, make investments, buy and sell
Real Estato and securities. Negotiate loans, pay taxer,
locate land warrants, dec., &c. Refer to the members o
the Cumberland County Bar, and to all prominent citt
sena of Carlisle, Pa. (Aug4's6-Iy.
DR. S. B. KIIiFFER O ffi ce in North
IL/Hanover street two doors from Arnold & Son's
tore. Office hours, more particularly from 7 to 0 o'clock ,
A. AL, and from 6 to 7 o'clock, P. AI.
!:,: JD R. GEO ttGli; S. Sf.A
-11/;4.,,--. EIG 11T, DENTIST, from the Dal
" timer° Collage of Dental Surgery.
-Office at the residence Mills mother, East !Author
street, three doors below Bedford.
March 19, 1856—tr.
..e4k7 . 7.77.-- DR. J. C. NEFF respect
fully informs the Indies and gentlemen
of Carlisle, and vicinity, that he has re
sumed the practice of Dentistry, and is prepared to per all operations on the tooth and gums, belonging
to his profession. Ile will insert full sets of tooth on
gold or silver ' with single gum teeth, or blocks, no they
may prefer. Terms moderato to suit the times.
South Hanover street,'
next door to the Post -e-C"'
G".W. NEIDICH, D. S.—
late Demonstrator of Operative Dentistry to the
Baltimore College of
De O l i t e a c lS aVil e s i. K;sidence,
oproslte larlon Bali, West Blain street, Carlisle, Penn
S. W. HAVERSTICK, Druggist,
North Hanover Street, Carlisle.
Physician's proscriptions carefully compounded
A full supply of fresh drugs and ehemicals.
UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYL
.Ninety-Sixth Scission, 1861 and 'O2
The regular •Lectures of this School will commence
Monday, October 14, and terminate the last of February.
FEE FOR THE FULL COURSE 8105.
It. E. ROGERS,
Dean of the Mod. Faculty.
ser . FARE . REDUCED. -ilsra
S T 4,, TE S UNTO N* HOTEL,
606 & 608 Market Bt., above pixth,
JAMES W. POWER, Proprietor.
mats 2t. per day. Wo'sB.
Cor.lith t i• Market Sta.,
- - .PIIILADELPHIA.
. . IC A N a A.',
Jan. 4,18130. .
“ TiitE C./114 . 0.74 1 ;” "
ARCH' ST-.., ABOVE THIRD,
PffILADEI4 2 I-1.1A.:
UPTON 8. NEWCOMER, -
. . .. .
- . . Proprietor. -
• 4.%••• This Hotel Is cootie.), convenient by Passenger
Cars to all parts of the City, and In every paiticuleir
adapted to the coinfort and wanteof the 1113BIUOSS public.
Tsang $1.50 per day. . . [Sept ! 20,1861.
EM.OVAI.A.The - ,llat and:Cap store
horetofo're known as 4. KELLERV bee been re
moved directly oppoal to the old stand. two doom from.
Arnold's elOthing spore. • The bushwas will be Ondnet,
id as heretolbre, and all the goods, both been made and.
atty . , manufacture, warranted to give, satistadion as
commended. -A full patronage la respectfully solicltad.
as-every effort still - be Wade to keep, tb4 assortment of
men - and boys hate and cape complete, with priest' to
suit the times. •-•- • - - -KBLLpu. •
Aft.. Spring styles of ink hate milt re ady.
rtmitiv hl4 eke ' Trew Eß
Now house, oppoalto
Glasse ' - • Dlarch 28,1e60-tt,
HOOP SKIRTS 1 LIOOP SKIRTS
latost novelties!, Mid At priced to dory 'comp°
nI.IIID/CLI, BAirtlpt & MILLSIt
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TILE TRIBUNE, N 0.154 Nassau st., Now-York.
Sept. 20, 1861.
CARPETS! CARPETS! CARPETS!
Persons going to housekeeping and others want
ing to refurnish, are respectfully invited to examine
our large and varlOstm-k of Carmda, such as Brussels,
three ply, superior Ingrain, English and Domestic, Yo.
ninon 9 I widths,
HEMP AND RAG CARPETS,
Druggers, Rugs, Straw and Cocoa Mattings, Oil Cloths
for Halls, Looking OlaSsos, plain and fancy blinds and
shades, Daturas, &c.
Having purrhased those goods for Nett Cash, we are
prepared to offer great inducements to buyers, as we
have lately gone into thin business we mn warrant our
goods new and fresh.
SAWYER & MILLER,
Carlisle, March 8,'61. Rost Main StrOOt.
Designers and Engravers on Wood
PXECUTE . all kinds of Wood Engra
ving with beauty, correctness and dispatch. OH
ginai designs furnished for Fine Book Illustrations.
Persons wishing cuts, by sending a Photograph or Dm
guerrootypo. can hdere views of Colleges, Churc hes, Store
Fronts, Machines, Stoves, Patents,&c., engravedas well
as on personal application.
Fancy Envelopes Labels, Bill Headings, Show Bills,
Visiting, Rusines and other Canis, engraved in the
highest style of art, and at the lowest prices.
For specimens of fine engraving see the Illustrated
works of J. B. Lippincott &Zs., E. 11. Butler Br. Co.
Nov. 60, 1860.-iy.
eI_REAT ATTRACTION AT LEON
Vf ARD'S CHEAP OLOTIMG STORE.
EDW'D• B. LEONARD, JR.,
Han just returned from the city of Philadelphia. end
opened a splendid assortment of R CADY Al AD&OLOT-H
-MG, which cannot be surpassed" In style and finish.
The Clothing at this establishment, consists in part of
the following, viz:
DRESS AND FROCK COATS,
of which hp has a magnificent assortment of blaok and
Limy colors, cut In the latest &oblong tastetully and
elegantly trimmed, and mado in a superior manner.
SACKS AND RALF SACKS,
of Cloths. Cassimeros awl Tweeds, all of new styles and
at Very low prices.
The richest and best assortment ever offered at tbi
Corner, of Satin, Black and Fancy Silk, Valintia, Ita.lan
Cloths, Marseilles, double and single breasted, of every
variety material and patern.
Plain and fancy French Doe skin cassimares, oath
nett jeans and a groat variety of others, all of which
will be sold at the very lowest prices.
SIIIRTSI—Fine white linen and cotton ofthe newest
style and best make. Also, calico, check and currying
shirts. , A largo assortment of BOOTS add SHOES, for
Mon and Boys, which can and will be sOld cheaper than
ever. Also a splendid lot of Trunks and artitiritags.
I therefore confidently invite ono and all, to comoand
see for yourselves, as I will not attempt to describe the
bargains that may be expected, for I ate determlndd
that no oppositbn can sell lower.
46) Remember LEONARD'S Corner.
EDWARD D. LEONARD, Jr
Carlisle, May 10, 1861.-1 y.
XSOOCAN BE MADE! By Buy
• ing your goofs from Leidlch Sawyer &
ikt Her. Wo respectfully mill attention to our
Large Stock of Summer Goods,
Just received from the Eastern markets. Having been
purchased for, CASH, and since the ruinous decline in
prices. Custoiners will find great bargains in Silks,
Bartige, Thessalia, Barege Palermo, English Grenadine,
Organdy Lawns, French Lawns,Mozambigues, Ernilines
(laseles fig olevias, Chitties, Chintzes, & c., &e.
Newest Styles Paris Coats, Basques and mantles,
Shan!Maned French Lice Bomours, Ilantiesand Points.
These goods are very low—less than Importing cost.
Shawls of all kinds suitable for the season,
Parasols, less than original coat. Gloves of every des
cription, Lace Mitts, Embroideries of every variety,
WILCOX'S Celebrated Hoop Skirts—" The Skirt of the
Every variety and kind of geode suitable for Ladle;
Men and Boys wear.
The largost and - newest stuck in town. 911 Clothe,
Mattings, Looking Glasses, Tarnishing Goods in great
variety. MI of these goods, and an endless variety not
enumerated. We offer to the community at prices to
defy compotion. Please call and examine for yourselves.
June 29.'61. LEIDIOII SAWYER & MILLER;
:IVOR SALE OR RENT.—
1: The subscriber offers for sale or rent, the new
- -- Three Story Brick SoCse
• t • on North IlanovefBtreet. POBBOBBIOO
.; . 211 • *;:.v.,.... • given on the let of April next. The
-,' ipt 1 cAT' , House has nine rooms, Is furnished
"=.-x—-..."'" with water and ges,andsultableeith•
er for business or a private residence.
0ct.26, 1860.—t f. JAIIIiB R. WEAVER.
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE AV
Tho suliseribor offerifto no7l his.ihrtri, situate In Mon
ron township, Cuumberland County, adjoining lands of
.JOeob K. N 'coley Wm. I I ousor, Jos. Strickler, aud others,
containing MOIIIITY AOlth'S ON LIDIST-ItATIVLLIIE.
STQNE LAND, with a good two-story
Bank Barn, and all nocessaty Out-lmildtngs, with a
never falling well of water near the door, only 18 or 20
feet deep. ' Also, all kinds of fruit, such as is common
to have on a farm. ,
Thu land is in a good- state - of - cultivation, - clean - of
rocks and atones, and of late boon Well limed, it also
lien convenient to stores, schools, /to., and on the whole
Is considered a desirable property.
Any person wishing
- to purchase pools 4.rnrma.would
do well to examine tml above, and can do so by calling
subscriber living on the farm, - who is willing at all
times to wait on purchasers and make known his, con
ditious. 4.ESS g . NG LE.
- September 6,'01. • , .
,1114.0"110.143.--..LOtters Testamentary •on
the Will of David G. Rupp, into of Lower Allen
ownship, dOcbi., having boon basted by the Register of
Cumberland County,•to pm the subscriber living in
Lower Allen. toWnehlpi ..notice_is loreby given-to all
persons indebted to make immediate payment and those
having, ehlitne to present them duly authenticated ffi
aottlement to , --- -.' IikiNRIC.G. RUPP, Executor.
- „Garlisle, Aug. 24 GP ,:. '• • , -... . , .
Thii Laredole of North Itlid . dieton township, wish •
to employ three coniplitentleaelfers to flit the vete - Andes
In Scheele N0.2;3, and 4... Liberal salaries will be given,
Application must•be made at Ilaymond'e 1P,401, in Car
lisle,' on the Brat Saturday nt October, 1861. . _ • • ,
33, 1861 ., • • P. 'W. QUIGLEY, Sec'y.
BAGS.---,Tuat -.redeivrad and
ILA, for sate 'very shop for Cash ,
Nora, 1640 Truatt
THE NEW-YORK TRIBUNE
- NEW vottrmu
Housekeeping Goods of Every Description
VAN INGEN & SNYDER,
N. E. COR. FIFTH & CHESTNUT STS.,
VESTS! VESTS ! ! VESTS I ! !
EL7L . I3C , tAS !
NV EA.THERBOARDED HOUSE,
WHEREAS the Hon. JAMES li. GRAHAM, Presh
dent Judge Of the SeviritlCoiliti nf'COrnmon - Plinta - of
the counties of Cumberland, Perryand *Juniata, and
di:lathe - of the sevemi Courts of Oyorand Terminer and
General Jell Delivery . in said counties, and Hem Ron- ,
ER? BaVSOrt and COMAS, Judges of the
. Court °Myer and Tern:liner and General Jail Delivery
for the trial of all capital and other offenders, lu the
said county of Cumberland, by their precepts to me di
rected, dated the 26th of August, 1801, have ordered
the Court of Oyer and Terminer a ndGeneral Jail Delivery
to be holden at CARLISLE, on the second MONDAY of
November,lB6l, (being thollth day)at 10 o'clock in the
forenoon. to continuo two weeks.
NOTICE , IB -IIEREBY GIVEN to the Coroner, Jug.
Liens of the Peace and Constables of the said .county of
Cumberland, that they are by the said precept com
mended, to be then and there In - their proper persons,
with their rolls, records, inquisitions, examinations
and all other remembrances, to do - those things which
to their officer appertain to be done, and all those that
are bound by recognizances, to prosecute against the
priSoners that are or then shall be in the jail of said
county are to be there to prosecute them as - sluill - be
Just. • ROBT. ILMOARTNEY,
July 12, 1861. Sheriff.
'PUBLIC SALE.—In pursuance of an
I . order of the Orphans' Court, of Cumberlsod coun
ty, I will offer at Public Salo, on Saturday, tho 28th day
of Soptembor,'lB6l, tho following ricacribad real estate,
A LOT OP GROUND,
Situated in East Si3nneborbugh township, Cumberland
• Co, adjoining lands of Camp hill Church:s=nel Eberly,
Johtr Musser, and 'others, - containing about an eighth
of an acre, more or less, having thereon erected a Story
and a half hog House, in good repair. Hog Pens, and
other out buildings, water convenient to the door. dc,
Sale to commence at 2 o'clock, P. M., when atten
dance will be given and terms made known by
WILLIAM W. GARDNER.
Administrator of Geo. Walden, dec'd.
September 6, 1861.
F URNITURE WARE ROOMS
HENRY A. RHOADS ,:i
$ ..."62,ii ll i s 5aUsg-N..,._ 4144.•
WEST HIGH STREET CARLISLE
Tho subscriber begs leave respectfully to Inform the
citizens of Carlime and vicinity, that ho has now en
hand and is manufacturing, every variety of Cabinet
Ware, consisting In part of
DRESSING OASES, MARBLE TOP TABLES.
BEDSTEADS. - SECRETARIES,
Gilt Moulding, Oval Frames &c„ &c. This work is
warranted of the best materials and workmanship, em•
bracing all the latest city styles, and will be furnished
at the lowest retail prices.
N. R.—Coffins made at short notice, and funerals at
ended to promptly in town or country.
Carlisle Oct. 12, '6o.—ly.
EMOVAL•.—Dit. NICHOLS has re
moved his °Mee from ono door west of Saxton's
erdwaro Store, to his residence, on west. Main Street,
directly opposite the Railroad aloe, Carlisio,ya.
Wilco hours, more particularly, from 8 to 10, A. M.,
and from 1 to 3 P. 31. Ap.2031-om.
XTRA. FINE- GOLDEN FLAX
HURTS of tho latest Stylos and Improvement!.
'laving bought an unusual large stock of fine Shirts,
wo will sell the entire stock at verydow prices. Also,
a very largo assortment of Collars of the various kinds.
cia..Stockit, Neck Ties, Cravats, Furnishing goods,
he., at the lowest prices at I. LIVINGSTON'S.
April 12,'61. North ❑anovcr Street.
D RUG 8,
FANCY GOODS, '
I.);i , ; C.
S. W. HAVERSTICK,
North Hanover Street, Carlisle, Pann' a.
Ilasjutt opened an assortment of Fresh Drugs, Fan
cy Goods, Gift Books, Perfumery, Fruits, and Confec
tionary, which has never been surpassed in this bor
ough, for novelty and elegance. The articles have been
selected 'with great ca. (3, and are calculated, 1U
and pi ice, to coal mand the attention purchasers.,
which comprise every variety of fancy articles of the most
exquisite finish. such M.
Papier Mache Goods,
Elegant alabaster and porcelain Ink-stands and trays,
Fancy Ivory, pearl and shell card cases,
Ladles' Fancy Baskets,
Fancy Work Boxes with sewing instruments,
Ladies' Cabas, Wr iting Desks, and Pott-folios.
Port Monnides, of every variety,
Gold pens and pencils, Fancy paper weights, and a
large variety of ladies' Fancy stationery.
Motto seals and wafers, Silk sod bead purses,
Riding whips, elegantly finished. Flue cutlery,
Perfume baskets and bags,
Brushes of every kind for the toilet,
X. Brain and it. Si G. Wright's Soaps and Perfumes
of various kinds,
Fancy Plus for head dresses and shawls.
together with an innumerable variety of articles elegant
ly finished and suitable for holiday presents, to which
he invites special attention.
Also, an extensive and elegant collection of
comprising various English and, American Works,
richly embellished POETICAL WORKS, Bibles and
Hymn Books, elegantly bound in velvet with metal
clasps and corners
ills assortment of School Books and School Stationery is
also. complete, and-comprises-everything. used In. the
Schools. He also desires to call the particular atten
tion of Families to his elegant assortment of
frelit 'the extensive establishments of Cornelius, Archer
and others of Philadelphia, comprising every style of
Parlor, Chamber and study Lamps, for burning either
Lard, Sperm ot Etherial oil; also DYOTT'S celebrated
Kerosene or Coe LOil Lamps, together with Flower Vases
Fancy Screens, &e. ills assortment in this line is un
equaled in the borough. Also,
SEGAIIS AND TOBACCO,
embracing all the favorite brands, and a fine assort
ment of MEERSCHAUM SMOKERS AND PIPES.
such as Oranges, Lemons, Figs, Raisins, Nectarines,
Prunes, &c., FANCY CONFECTIONARY—NUTS—PRE•
SERVED FRUITS, MIN'ED-MEAT, PICKLES, fic.,
In every variety and at all prices, all of which are pure
and fresh such as can be confidently recommended to
his friends. His stock embraces everything In the line
of Fancy Goods, with many other articles useful to
hens ekeopers which the public aro especially invited
to call and examine.
Remember the Old Stand, nearly opposite the Bank on
North Hanover street.
May 24, 1861
IRE INSURANCE.-THE ALLEN
AND EAST PENNBBORO MUTUAL FIRE IN
UItANCE COMPANY of Cumberland county, Incorpo•
rated by an act of Assembly, is now fully organised, nd
in operation tmder tho management of the following
Daniel Bailey, William It. Oorgas, Michael Cocklin,
J. Eichelberger, Christian Btayman, John C. Dun.
lap, Jacob It. Coover, Lewis flyer, 8. Eberly, Benja•
min IL blowier, J. Brandt, Joseph Wickersham,
The rates of insurance are as low and favcrableae any
Company of the kind in the State. Persons wishing to
become members are invited to make application to the
agents of the company, who are willing to waft upon
them at any time.
WH. 11. 00110 AS, President.
CHRISTIAN STAYMAN, Vice President.
LEWIS HYER, Secretary.
MICHAEL COCKLIN, Treasurer.
Managers.—Wm: IL. Comas, L. flyer, Christian Stay
man. M. Cocklin, J. C. Dunlap,' R. Martin, D. Ballyy, J
ll.Coover, Alex. Cathcart, J. Wickersham, J. Eichelber
ger, S. Eberly, J. Brandt.
CUMBERLAND COUNTY. John Sher-Ick, Allen
Henry tearing, Shiremanstown; Samuel vr oodburn
Dickinson; Henry Bowman, Churchtown ; Mode OWoth,
nth, South Middleton ; Samuel Graham, W. Penne
boro'• Samuel Coover, Mechanicsbnrg ; W, Cocklin,
Shopirerdstown; D. Coover ' Shepherdstown ; J. 0. flax
ton, Silver Spring; Benj. Haverstick, Sliver Spring;
Charles gen, Carlisle; John flyer, Carlislo.
YORE. COUNTY.—W. S. Picking, Dover; Peter Wol.
ford, Franklin; Jas. Griffith, Warrington; J. F. Dear
dorff, Washington; D. Rutter, Newburg; O. Clark,
DAUPHIN CO.—Houser A Lochman, Harrisburg.
Members of the company having policiesabout to ex
pire, can have them ,* Owed by making application to
any of The Agents.
April 20, 1859.
pr .M LEFT LEONARD'S COR
J. W. SMILEY
Hereby gives notice to hie friends, customers, and the
public, that be has removed his store. from Leonard's
corner to his new room—formerly known as Keller's
hat store—on North Hanover Street, between the Car.
lielo Deposit Dank and Iluyett's Grocery Store.
Ms stock of ItEADY-MADECLOTIIING,Boats,
Shoes and Hate is large and complete, pod you -
can depend upon the fact that he can and will
soil cheaper than ever : and always Intends. to I
sell good zoods and at a lower price than any person
• . Always on hand, the most seasonable, beat, made:
and fashionable Coats, Punta'Gana and Yeats
,2f nulnotAcifron'arepta'sett:7eys ninald- 4 5 6 .gtes alh
faction in general. Also, Shirts, Undershirts, and
.cravats. susnendersi gloves, stockinge,
&c., &, all to be mold a the very lowest Woes. '•
BOOS ANY); 8110 ES .• .
Miraya on band, a largo and -Coniplete 'assort
- mot of every variety of Boots, Womble, Oxford if
Ties, Slippers, Qattara, J.:gamins, too., for Ladies
and Oentleinen, Misses and Boys, youth and
— children; alttiihesold - cheaK — Also - onlizitid - andoti•
stantlrinanufacturtag Oho best Fine French and None
Morocco Boots, and Jottersons for Ladinin . liqb, An rips
Bowed free of charge.
A largo stock off:Eats for Men, Boys andAk
_ Obildron, sarcoma, good-and SOW " -
lug cheaper than. over. , , ,
• TRIII4KS. TRAVELING BAGS, UMBRELLAS,
OANISEID GUM COATS AND LEGOI6IOB—
I baroikY tender ray thariba, to my oustosiers„ sad
frlende, for past favors,-and earnestly soileitroa -41 to
Mill and sea mo and my, stook of goods, bell & you, pi:lr
cbane Shoviliericps Pane-usO every-effort.
to 'supply y.)n witlrtbe very best, and at ouch prices 411
will snit MI. Ito particular toloolt Sir my sign, •
April 6, 1611.-19. " W. SMILEY.
p4pIE CIIA.NBERRIES. •
ooparlorartlcio Cranborrlosjugtreookod Ind
for Onto by , • • . .
0 . 91. 20;00. _ ly. „BUY,
L bUBE ; AND COAL.
()LIVER - DELANCEY,:•
LUMBER, Ar4l,) COAL YARDS
On Me'Rail Road, near the Oas Work..
The subscriber keeps conitaatly on hand, a hallaaa
- . .
Lumber & Coal,
which-Lo can fur
'Ash to order promptly
and on the most rea
BOARDS. FRAME STUFF
Palings, Plastering and Shlngthig-Latiui,Worketilloor.
ing,Weatherboarding, Poets, Balls,Whito Pine, HeMlook
and Oak Shingles, of every quality, He also furnish
bills to ordef of any length and Me, at the _shortest
notimand on the Most reasonablejerms. ills worked
boards are kept under carer, so that they can be fur
Mated dry at all times, .
He has constantly 'on hand all kinds of Family
Coal under cover, which will be delivered clean to any
part of the borough. _To Wit t
. LVRENS VALLEY,
- EOCUST 'MOUNTAIN,
And other varieties, and all the vinous sites Iti use,
which he offers to the public - at the lowest prices.
L IiMEDuRN ER'S AND BLACKSMITH'S COAL always
on hand, at the lowest cash price.
Thankful for the patronage of a generous public, be
stowed upon the late firm of Black & Delaney, he would
solicit a continuance of the same as he will strive to
please. All orders left at the residence of Jacob ObrOM
for Coal and Lumber, will be promptly attended to as
heretofore. OLIVER DKLANCT.
July 26, 1 —ly.
FANCY FURS ! FANCY FURS I I
/opted to the coming
.Juld respectfully trait°
an esamination of my stock and prices from tho in •
tending td purchase, as I am enabled to offer !hem very
All my Furs have, been purchased for cash, and made
by experienced and competent hands, and as the pres
ent monetary troubles render it necessary that I should
dispose of my goods at a very small advance on coat.
I am satisfied that it will be to the interests of those
who design purchasing, to give mo a osli.
BQI- Recollect, the name, number and street: John
Farelra, (New Fur Store,) 718 Arch Street, Philad'a.
Sep. 13, 1881-sm.
AUDITOR'S NOTICE.—The under
signed having been appointed by the Orphans'
(Ann, of Cumberland County an Auditor to marshal
and distribute the assets in the hands of Lemuel Todd,
Administrator de bents non of the estate of George
Keller, deed., to and among the creditors of said estate,
hereby gives notice that he will attend to the duties of
his appointment at his office, on Monday the ]4th of
October next, at which time all having dolma against
the said estate will present them property authentica
Sep. 13, 1861-5 t
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNER
The partnership heretofore existing between the nn
dersigned in the Lumber and Corti business, was din.
solved this day, by mutual consent. The books of the
firm are left at the office of the late firm, where all per•
sons Indebted are requested to call and nettle their
accounts, and those having claims are requested to
ROBERT M. BLACK,
Carlisle, July 16, 1851.
The Lumber and Coal Business will km mutinued at
the old stand, by the undersigned.
July 26, '6l. - OLIVER DILANOY.
SELLING OFF AT TWENTY-FIVE
PER CENT. BELOW COST I I
At the sign of the "Gold Eagle," 3 doors above the
Cumberland Valley Bank, and two doors below the
Methodist Church, on West Main street, the largest
and best selected stock of
WATCHES AND JEWELRY
In the town, will be sold 30 per cent lower than at any
place in the State. The stock comprises a large assort
ment of Gold and Silver hunting-case watches, Lovers,
Lepines, American watches, and all other kinds and
GOLD AND SILVER CHAINS,
Gold pens and Pencils, Jewelry of all kinds, Spectacles
Gold and Silver, Plated and Silver Ware,
-MUSIC BOXES, ACCORDEONS ,
Oil Painting& a great variety of fancy orticlesoind &lot
of the finest Pianos, which will be sold 40 per cent lower
than ever offered in town. The entire stock of Watch
maker tools, cases, largo Mirrors, and Palo will be sold
wholesale or retail on the easiest terms.
Having selected a first elm* workman all kinds of re
pairing will be done as usual, at reduced prices.
Three Pianos at $lOO below the factory price on ac
count of the Philadelphia Company closing out. I will
sell at the Jewelry Store,
THREE 'ROSEWOOD PIANOS,
warranted, at two-third their real value on easy terms
If Ailed on soon.
91. - .171%,.. •
How Lost, How Restored.
Just Published in a Sealed Envelope,
LECTURE ON THE NATURE,
TREATMENT, AND RADICAL CURL OF SPER
MAT RIREA, or Seminal Weakness, Sexual Debility.
Nervoosness, and involuntarybmissiona producing im
potency, Consumption and Mental and Physicai De
bility, By ROBT. J. CULVERWELL, M.l).
The important fact that the awfnl consequences of
self Owe mry be effectually removed without internal
medicines or the dangerous applications of caustica,
instruments, medicated bougles, and other empirical
devises, is hero cleanly demonstrated, and the entirely
DOW and highly successful treatment, as adopted by
the celebrated author fully explained, by means of
which every one. is enabled to cure himself perfectly,
and at the least possible cost, thereby avoiding all the
advertised nostrums of the day. This lecture will prove
a boon to thousands and thousands.
Sent under seal, in a plain envelope, to any address,
postpaid, On the receipt of two postage stamps by ad
dressing, Dr. CII J. C. KLINE,
Aug9,ly 127 Bowery, York. Post,Office, box 4,680.
FARMERS TAKE NOTICE.-
JOHN PLANK now marmfaCtures and keeps con
stantly for sale at his shop,'on North Hanover Streeh,
opposite the residence of George hfetzgar, Esq.. Carlisle,
Pa., a large assortment of the best
IMPROVED THRESHING MACHINES
Horse Powers, three and four Horse Machines, Clover
Hullers, Corn &tellers, Straw Cutters; and
Harris's Improved Cider Mill,
Harrows, Plows, &c. Also a lot of second hand Ma
chines and Horse Powers. Farrow s call and examine
my stock, I will sell to suit the times. Repairing done
at short notice.
Aug. 30. 1661-Bm,
FOR COUGIIB, COLDS, CROUP, WHOOPING COUGas
ASTIIIIIA, BRONCHITIS, SPITTING BLOOD,
PAIN AND .WEAKNESS.OF THE lIIINABT,
DIFFICULTY OF lIII&A.THIAG, &O.
This Is no new remedy. It b4s.bgen used for a 'num
ber of years IQ Maryland and• parts of Pennsylvania,
and has, wherever lenown, ficquited an unprecedented
reputation tor curing the various diseases for which It
So apparent Is its usefulness, and so remarkable has
- boon that - it - hi fist- superseding every other
remedy for - these diseases. , The afflicted - can rely 'open
Its doing as much for them...and in many cases,more
than any other remedy now befdre the public.
It le eftommended and•preacribed In the practice of a
large number of the most intelligent and able phyla
ciene.of Maryland. It Is,iised and considered an Indis
pensable household remedy by a large portion of the
first families of the !Mat%'
It is used by all classes of society, and-the universal
opinion is that It is good Tuts STEEP is PURELY WOE.
TABLE COMPOUND., It Is pleasant to take, and ne - dire dolls
Injury. But owing to its purifying qualities, must do,
- good under any circumstances. Its effects are truly
- wonderful,-soothing, -calming and allaying-the most,
violent coughs; purifying, strengthening and invigo.,
rating .tho whole system, calming and soothing Ole
nerves, aldicarand facilitating expectoration, and. hted,,
lug the .ipt
Thu:retracing at the root of dteerate, and driving It from,
__This disease lacianonncodl:o , - difilettlky -of breathing,-
- Atilt whistling or hacking cough and throat, -
onnd oullecation, ho, It mostly occurs in young chit.-
dren. 'No child. aged din of ecoup If this Byrup Is pro.
porly used and use a In, time. • Mothers haying ceollPr
. children should watch the tirst show of disease, and al
ways keep this remedy tit band. •
For coughs after measles this Syrup la moat excellsot..-
perlouce has proyea.that ls ; Intoned by no, othen• •
preparation. , . ' .
The price °Mho remedy-Is inch as to•placeit-wlthln—
the reach of all, the poor es well as the tidy and every.
-imam should have It.- , '- •
Eyery . person should ,bats It in the house.. It IS at -
true and. falthroVtriend to all who value health auk,
o w is is sa h s t o o ,co " Usu lo
ati" Mp t tb ern o!t allel against that moat terrible,
viii be found the most nsefut
as well as thoeheapest fatally medicine in the world.—•
It hai beau - used for _ the last four years, with a anemia
Without a parallel. . ,
Bare your children: No skald 'need die of croup If
this Syrup is used in time.
Price 37 cents per bottle, or tht to bottles for; $l.
For sale by ItItYNQLDS & MUTER, (kullide, Pa., anti
by all country storekeCpers. [Aug. 23,1801.
NOTICE- TO - ItIiMAILERS: - == - - - 110 -
etailers of-Cumberland oiety , ere hereby no.
ed to call at tho Treaeurer's ofece, mid take up their
Licenses for the present yeas, otherwise .suiPi
brouglit ibr their collection. •• • • • e •
term of office will abortly eiglris;mnd uo rarest
bottee will be given,
8 ARC[! Street, be
tween 7th and Bth
Late of NS Market St.,)
mportor and Mannino-
Irer of, and Donlor In
' kinds of
eOR LADIES', M 18811 5 9,
cod Onmonsx's Wren.
Having now mannfao•
wed nod In start my
out of all the .yarloaa
C. P. 1117.51R1C11,
• A.' L.• SPONLtER,