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that they got liquor at different times and on
Sunday—small children also testified that
they had got liquor. 'Verdict guilty and sen
tenoed to the county jail for 10 days, 'pay a
fine of $lO and license revoked by the Court.
. Gillolan and Sharpe for Commonwealth, Mil
ler and Newsham for Defendant.
Com'th Indicated for burgle
vs. ry and laroency on oath
Wesley Miles. of IVm. Brecht a very
respectable colored man of this place. From
the evidence adduced it appeared that at the
time the rebels came to Carlisle, Brocht shut
up his house and left, going to Harrisburg,
when he returned on'"the 6111 of July at 10
o'clock P. M , he found defendant in it, and
articles were missed from the house On
the other side it was contended that the reb
els had taken possession of the premises, and
that a number of citizens suggested that as
Broolit was an industrious man, his property
should be protedted. Miles was placed in it
for that purpose. When Brecht returned he
manifested a willingness to. and did deliver
peaceable possession. offering,
,to account to
him for what he had sold from his garden
Jury rendered a verdict of Requital without
retiring from the box. Oillelan and Nle
Laughlin for Commonwealth, Penrose and
Shapley for Defendant,
Loreency. No o v
vs. Bence having been given
Same to the jury, they found a
verdict of not guilty. The case was substan
tially the same.
Com'th. Selling liquor with
vs. out a license. Not a
Francis Porter. true bill and Sarah
Jackson, prosecutor, to pay the cots.
Co m' t h Disorderly house, a
V 8 I true bill, 27th August
Francis Porter. i r Pict(' guilty, fitted lids
Elmira Porter. and costs
Com'th. Assault with a knife
vs —one "nigger" trying
- Melchoir Thomas to stab another ," nig
ger." Plead guilty as to the assault on Ilan.
son and the District attorney entered a an/
pros, as to stabbing—sentenced to pity a fine
of $1 and co-ds. Gillelan for Comraoavvealt'
Penrose for Defendant.
1 Larceny. A true bill,
97th., Ang plead guilty
Wm. Jones and to [lie charges laid in the
Benj. D iherin to j hill, and Court suspend
ei sentence upon eon lition that they join the
army. [hying 110 one to look after them.
they aske I th tt D. S nitli E ii , of !his II iro'
be appointed their guardian. Gilielett for
Com'th., Penrose for Dcfts.
Com'th. Imlicte I for False
tis Pretence, in obtaining
H. !CM innaa•ny. seven glasses of ale from
Fred'k Oehler and offered a paper that had
the words Ten Dollars .• to br paid in tuition
on receiPt of flin , le" by a New York C liege.
'lt ppletirettlii - Wvid en 0 - e - that he "had rirereti
this note to Others, who pr mounc -it.- had,
that he otF2re•l it to prosecutor, who took it
out to a neighboring grocery an 1 got it
changed. giving.the ch ititze to Daft , and re
serving the price of tits ale. Daft., Counsel
contended that he was ignorant. of the fact
that it was worthless, Ili it it did not purport
to be a bill at all and suggested that the pros
cantor was as liable to be prosecuted as the
Deft., for be bad passed (kis same bill him
-self. Verdict Guilty and recommended to the
mercy of the Court. Sentenced 6 days to
ceny of seven Buckskin
John Morrison. purses, the properly of
Fred'k Cobler on the 25th or Ally bust. Guilty
and sentenced to jail 5 day.. Gillelen and
Penrose for Com Ch. Nevestuam for I.).tfend -
Cotn'th. Selling liquor with
v3. out License and on Sun.
Fred'k. Cobler dtty"True Bill 28th Aug.
Deft. lives in Louther Street and keeps a
Small shop. Verdict riot guilty, and the costs
to be pail by pro , teetitor, Hugh MeManna•
Way and Fred'k Cobler equally. Wilder/ for
Com'thl, Penrose for Deft.
Com'th. Assault and Battery.
vs. Not a true Bill, 28th
John Bigham. Aug., and Elizabeth Mc
Gowan prosecul rix to pay the costa.
C ra ih
1 Selling Lager o n
vs. Sunday tititl to IllillOni.
Golleib Switzer. Plead (}Dilly and serf
fenced 10 days to j til, a fine of $lO and costs
Gilletlen for Conftli i Smith for Dcft.
Com'th. A-sault and B ittery
V 3 yon a child of Mr Geo.
j u cher._ Poi jek
Jacob took hold of its hand rather roughly, but
did not. intend any injury to the chtl 1, p'end
guilty. Prosecutor had no desire to proceed
to extremes upon hearing the Si element ; fined
six cents and costs, Gillelen for Con'tli Pen
rose for Deft.
Com'th. Surely of the Pence
on oath of Rebecca Mar-
Daniel Miller & f - tin. On hearing the
Frahcis Miller. J case, the Court. directed
that Francis Miller enter into tecognizance
in the mum of 4;200, to ketT tho peace for 1
year, and pay the CON'S of Prosecution
Ivlen and Penrose fur Cuin'th., S. Hepburn
jr. for Deft
Cotu'th. Surety of the Peace
as on oath of Chas Heigh
A. T. 'McCartney,. ter. 'Deft., not having
been arrested 10 days, the c se was contin
ued., eillelen for Com'th., Penrose for Deft
Conal.h. Surety of the Peace
vs. on oath of John Hooray.
Isaac Wingerd. This grew out of the
prosecutor havingsome young turkeys
of the Defendant's and for which Deft., pros-
eculed this prosecutor. Bound over for 1 year
and pay the costs.
Com't h. Surety of the Pence.
• Va.. On oath of Mary Jor
Mary Johnston. Jan, both of whom are
colored. One jealous of the other. Deft.
wa% cautioned against giving liquor to the
husband of the prosecutrix, which she paid
no attention to and on the 16th of August
Deft. stoned her. Deft. is "an old jail bird"
and was bound over for 1. month iu the sum
of $5O. Gillelan for Com'th , Humrich for
gel. A voTit was taken for Governor in
One Of the military lio , piials in Philadelphia.
s few days r go, and it sto d 201 voles for
Andy Curtin, the soldier's friend, to 10 for
Woodward, the Copperhead. That is about
the proportion in which the soldiers stand on
the Governor's question throughout the State.
The Singer Sewing Machines
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MASON, Local Agent, Carilele, Pa. -
Auguet 14, '83.-3 mos.- _
BlarriagtS• . • ' . •
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On the 13th ult., by Rev. Jacob Pry, Mr. JOGN RE.
PAUVER., to Mien ALAOLIEL , 13GAMBAUGH, both of
On the let Inst., by the eame,,Mr,i_ GEORGE DP,AN,
'to Mles SUSANNA SWIGERT, both of Perry (10. pig.
CARLISLE PRODUCE MARICET. '
Reported weekly for the Herald by
-.R. C. Woodward.
FLOUR . (Suporfin,e)
do. ( Extra.) .
LA Letters of Administration on the estpte of Corne•
HIM Wolf, late of Monroe township, Cumberland courr
ty; Pa., deed . have been Issued tif the Register of said
unty. to the undersigned rebidlin.; in Monroe town—
ship. All persons Indebted to said entity are requested
to make Immediate payment, and those having claims
will present thorn fur settlement to •
ELIZA A.Yhl WOLF, Adm'rx.
Sept. 4, I 563 —6O
Horse Stolen I. - Fifty Dollars Reward!
ITOLEN from the pasture field of the
Li,tihser her in Middlesex township. Curnb. co. Pa.,
a alit 's east of Carlisle, on the !tight of the 27th of Au
gust lag, an IRON I;ItAV lIUItBL, medium size, 2
years cl.l, i ,tely attend and not yet healed, eyes partly
glass. A reward of $4O will be paid 'tor the horse mid
$lO for tin) thief.
A IA RG E TOWN LOT.
JY virtue of an order of the Court of
.)onunon Pleas of Ouniberland County, I will ex
p LO 111.1711: Halo at the pr •in ises, uu fuesday, tin
15th of :leptember, ,1863, at 11, n'eloek A. M.
THE SAWED h; le cll bye CII LOT.
Ritunted on West street, fu II•1. Itor.nu4h of curn.de,
bounded Emit by the slid L.1•00L, by ;in alley an the
North, and h wing na alloy 1111 tha We.t, etett, tele
ei hty foot in front till Woo. street and ninet) v ,,
in depth to the alloy ; and having, L.rge Square :stunt,
Building .the, coil ereetel .
'furors in,ide known nit day of solo by
tiItILES II 001)11111tN.
September 4, 18G3
PARES (i 1.011(
j_ &Rh( 1 , 1,11' /ItlLlll. N 9.:(wilEsrsuNi :treat,
NO 700.) ('1111,11)E1.1.111‘.
.1. W. l'lt /CTOII. CO. invito the attention of their
Friend, to Moir lar4e arid Superb St,k ni
ine C 1.9 IKS nnl FURS
unpar Wed in any former season
'l'he i.)C10.14,1 ao•unuuodatl w alflydnd in our new
Jou, emodes us to devote the Atilt st UL , ellLiOll to
FUR DEP ARTNI ENT
wh.c'i will lie fluii.l well furnished with every degerip
no I o/' Flavr which will he gulranteo 1 Its
rep isolated, er the at.il a s p:6l will he reiundod.
0 per natal, will be carefully to. and
de 1..0 I , :l.press char4o4 p.s.id, a ly dist.tnee au,i to of
1 0 miles.
J. IV. l'ltoCrOlt. k CO.
No 92.) 1 1111.;91'N11 r Strout, 1.1111..11) A
August 2,th., 1,63.
& L AAT 4 1
- 4 -3 )^
FOUarh. Ait(3l "4.4"
Pill LA U Ej, I' 111 A
FOR FALL TRADE,
Goo 1 BE WK. SILKS,
D3ric -1r RA T - -
Now PLAID SILKS,
New Fancy FLANNELS,
Rod, White and Blue FLANNELS, etc
Sep t 1811 —Um .
I_,7 4 LEcutos riti)uLA AIAT
WHEREAS, in and by an art r'l the General As
illy of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, entitle,
au " Art relating to the elections of this C , ohnion
wealth," passed the 2d day of July, A. I). it is math.
the duty of the Sheriff of elery county w ithin till.
Commonwealth. to give public notice of the Neural
Elections, arid in such notice to enumerate:
1. The officers to be elected.
S. Designate the, place at W Well the election is to he held.
1, TII,OII'AON 111 PPM', High Sheriff of the county o
Cumberland. di) hereby make known And give this pub.
lie notice to the elector, nl t lie county nil Cumberland.
that .)11 TUESDAY, the 13th day of October next. an
election will 1111 held at the amoral eleothon Vti•
by law in said county fit which time they
w hll Note by ballot, for
Ono poroou fur Uovernor of the State of Penugylva
Ono person for .1m1 , ..p of the Supreme Court of the
Suite of Penn,ylvania.
ono p , rson to I preoent the ,runty of Cumberland In
the !louse et hepresentath es of the :+tate of Pennsyl
One person for Prollu.notary for the rout ty of Cute
One person fur Iteeorder and Clerk of the Courts for the
County of Cumberland.
nu person ior Ite,dster of the en !lay of CumberlAnd
, 10 person for 'ln:Astir, of the County of Cunilmrlund
tie 1 , P1,011 h". - ICtoutnisstoner of the county of Cumber
p, sou for Director of the Poor of the county of
One person for Auditor of the county of Cumberland.
Thu .aid election will be held throughout the county
The election In the election district composed of ?he
borough of Carlisle and the townships of th
ton, South Middleton, Lower (rank turd, and Lower
liickins.m. will beheld at the Court House in the bo
rough of Carlisle.
The eiertinn iii the election district composed of Low
er West Pennsborough township, will be hold at the
North School !louse in Plainfield.
'Phu Oieeti,ll in the election district composed of Sil
ver Spring township, will be held at tin public house of
Jacob Ottstot, in lloguestown in said township.
The election in the election district composed of
Hampden tow nship, will be held at the public house cc.
upied by deorge Duey, in said township.
'File eleclion I o the election district composed of the
ownshlp of tipper Allen, will be held at the public
muse 01 William S. Cocklin, In Shepherdstown,
The election in the election district composed of
Middlesex township will be hold at the :Middlesex
The election in the election district composed of the
ewnship of Lower Allen, will be held at the wagon
nakor ehup 4.11.10nau Ilunolibarger, on Stale Hill.
The ploetion In the election district composed of b:iist
ninsborough township, will be held at the house
Joseph In West Fuirview, now occupied by
ills election in the election district composed of New
Cumberland. will be held at the house n ow kept by
Or. 11. %. Bonder, in the borough of New Cumberland.
The election lit the election district composed of the
lloron4h of }lerhanirslrurg, will be held...at the public
house now kept by W. S. Huston, in said borough.
The election In the el ction district composed of
(111roo township, will lie held at the public house of
I,IIIIIS Ligget, In Churchtown, lu said township.
The election in the eleetion district composed of
Penn township. will be held at the house now occupied
by hoco6 liedsecker in said township.
The eleetion in the election d strict composed of
Upper Dickinson, will be held at the house now oc
cupied by Daidel Liter. known as the :Anne 'Paver];
The election in the election district composed of the
borough yr Newville, and townships of Mifflin. Upper
Frank ford, Upper West Pennshoro, and north Newton
will he held at the Public School house in the borough
eiertion in the election district composed of
the borough of Newburg & Hopewell township will be
hold in the public School House, lu the borough of
The election In the election district composed of the
borough of Shippensburg, Shipponsburg township mid
that part of Southampton tot nship not included in
the Leesburg election district, will be held at tie
Council !louse In the borough of Shippnnalturg.
And In an tttt. of the General Assembly of this Com
monwealth, paSsed the 2d July, 1839, it is thus vrovid
ed : That the qualified electors of parts of Newton
and Southampton townships, In the, county of Cum
berland, laiiinded by the thliowing lines and distances:
Beginning at the Adams county line, thence along the
line dividing the townships of Dickinson and Newton
to the turnpike road, thence along the turnpike to Cen
tre School House. on said tact - mike, in Southampton
township, thence to a point on the Walnut Bottom road
at Reybuck's, including Reybuck's Germ, thence in a
straight lino to the saw mill of the bairn of George Clot
ver, thence along Drysher's run to the Adams county
line, thence along the line of Adana county to the
place of beginning. be, and the same la hereby declared
a new end separate election district. the election to be
held at the public house formerly occupied by William
Maxwell, in Leesburg, Southampton township.".,
NOTICE IS lIEREBY GIVEN
That ovary 'person except justices of the Peace who
shall bad any office or appointment of profit or trust
under the United States ora this State, or any city or
Incorporated district, whether a commissioned officer or
otherwise, a subordinate °Myer or agent, who is or shall
be employed under the legisiptive, executive, or judi
ciary departments of this Stath; or the United States,
or of any city or of any incorporated district; and also
that any Member of Congress or of the State Legisla
ture, and of the Select or Common Connell of any city,
or commissioner of ally incorporated district, is by law
Incapable of holding or exercising at the same time the
Once or-appointment ofjudgo, inspector or clerk of any
erections of - this Commonwealth, and that no inspector.
judge, or other . officer of such election shall bo eligible
to he there voted for.
' And the said act of Assembly, entitled an act rola
tint; to the elections of this Commonwealth, passed Jul:,
3, 1839,"furthor provides as Milne's, to wit
"That the inspectors and judges shall meet, at the
place appointed for holding the elections of the district
'to which they respectively -belong, before nine o'clock
In the morning of the Second Tuesday in October, and
each of said Inspectors shall appoint one clerk, who
shall be a qualified voter of said district.
"In case thelper§ou who pUall have recel,vpd these,.
September 4, 1863.
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•• In all hole the Immo or till. person
niT i - tv , 1 Triolll , llo4 - diy"'t
Aral°, :till] his lAL hi to C A .,'
Ulrrrla l/l• lint, is .ihj•Slioll h. ht Alit . qualified tit I /00 .
It 111011 tile dilly 01•Idie iio-1,01 •I's t , i 4,.1111i111. SIIt II
person on oath an to hi , still it he
to have n^ided tt it him tilt: Lite tl.r l•Ill• 4111 l r III•
hie h slulll hm sulhriruL 1/11illf thel VOL hilt Khali
Make 111•11C/1 he At le.lSt 11111 hi)
lis a qualitiod elector. that he lin. rr , lidrA In the
iliqtriet for more than trii thy,: mist itotileilintely
and shad also hinisolt S Weal thal
Ins 1.011,i fide ri0.ii11.111.1... in 1111.1,1/:111,0 or his lii‘t 1011•1111•
init. IS 111 said district. tOll (lint I 0 did nit romi•Ne into
said 111Sti lit for tilt purpose
i•:,•rt• 11.,5111/1 11 11810'11Si as iiiiiressid. And tt ho Fllllll
wake dui• prDor, it required. nt tht, resideuce anti I ay.
to-ut nt to es ❑hnesild, shall he atlitillttql to vi 02 iu
wnship. iiivd nr district iu uhi. II he
" II any person shall prevent or attempt ti. plow,ht
any oflieer orally elevtion under [hie net Iron, ht Ittit:g
scull 1.11,t1011. Or lose or threaten any ti• au k
gingh ottli.Or. or 011:111 Interrupt or flu :r intl.r tour
with bin: in the I' >6erution et Ili , fluty. r shun 1 .I,k
up the Or tit . t.llllr to any ,iodo,s nhrir If.,
same may lip heldintt. o 011011 Oittr 112-1 3 11-1 111 I (Ito
ponot• at such olo , tion, or 01011 itse :my loth i LU in,
tillonts, force or viiilome. tt ith tli,ign to jot LlOllle LILA •
duly or tiverall 0 inn‘• 1.11., tor. or to pros out hint from vo
ting or to root rain the freedom of dodo, sit. II prl.onn
on rnocirt ion shall Le ft.,' in :my tam 111 t osovoilitig
lice hlnldrrd dollars. 0101 imprisimiol To! :in, time not
loss ilmo tliroo nor 11101. 1.11,1 11 lit VII 1. lII' 111 s nod ilk,
shall 10. Nll4/,VII Lo o , lllt. it here I lie 1 rod of stick
shall lit , hail. dolt ilo. 1,111.11i1 ill, 11110 not
resident of the city, t or tips 0 Vlt 111.1.1•
1111. 411Tonco roils riamnit Led. ;nil t o n o l o
pay n ii111•of nit loss t 11.1,1 oni• 1111, I11:111
noel 1,11 , 411 1111 1.14.11:1 1,. :1 1141 hi. imprisoned not loss that)
six 1111)1101S 1111111 ten .101^nrS.
" If any peisono m perowns nhnll mid,. ally Ind or NVa
-14, tquit) Lhe riisult iir till elect inn a ithin Ulf , in]
moue efil Lh. fir shall iiller tif • liiake sio•li hi I or ss it
ger. either loy prg 0 01:11Mlti,,11 t pot'. or by ions
written printed toolviorti , ente•A. rhioilonoin• fir in, ite
only ',torsion to nth ko' st clo het, for tender, utoooll runt kii"ll
till•ri.l.l . he Or Forfeit. anti pay three times the
nintount sio het tor to lw het.
" If any person mot by law qualified, shall fraudu
lently vote al any election of this Commonwealth. or
lm lrig olherwn.e qualified shall Il3t, out of his proper
disteht, or if any person knowing the want of such
un'itien , ons. shall :rid or procure such person to vote,
the per too -.Molding. shall. on convict iOll lilt tilled in
any sun. hilt exceeding tw•u huudred dollars. aid
imprisoned Int ally trill not exeroiling t 11‘ ol•
If any person shall vote at more than one election
district. or otherwise rranduhmtly vote• 111,14: (AlM) nitre
Oil the Annie tiny, or hltall fruudnlamtly fold quid tivlio
to the inspector two ticheis togel her. with the intent
illegally to vote, or shall proem . , another to do so, lie
or they offending. 1,111111 on row ii Lion be fined in tiny
stint not less than fifty nor more than fire hundred
dollars. anti be impritnnted fin• an v term not less titan
three nor more than twelve months.
[rally person not qualified to sole in this Coltroot,
wealth azreetthly to law. tearept the sons or qu a lified
at any piece of ulertlom tin• the
purpose or Influent Ing the citizens qualified to vote,
hr shall on oil" Iction forfeit and pay any sum not O . X.
C , eilharone h un d red do ll ars frr eve!, such 11 111 . 111 . 0. and
brim priS :coed for att)• term mot esevelling three months',
Agreeably to the provisions of the lists-first seal inn
of the sald net. every General and Special Iteclion shrill
between the Moir, of eight :and tan 111 the
forenoon, and shall ...Whine without interruption or
adjournment until seven o'clock In the evening, when
the polls Shall he closed.
thejtviges of the rospeeltt•e distrb•ts aforesaid
are by the said net required to meet at the Court lions°
In the borough of on the third day after the
election. (being Friday. Ill• 11,1, day of I h•tnher.] then
Unit there to perform the things required of them by
GiVen under my linfol, at l'orlitle, this day to
REWARD OF TIN DOLLARS,
arid th, ran• onahla expenses Ineurred, srlll 10
pald to ANY PERSON, for the alqwehonsion and delivery
of a DESERTER at tiro headquarters of Ole ovareht
provost marshal. By ardor.
R. M. HENDERSON,
Captain and Provost. Marshal 15th Dist., l'a
00T N S of good Timothy Hay
IWII Ilt ud, for which tits highest minket pries
iii be paid by
ARMSTRONG & I.IOIFFERi
August 28, 1803-3 m
At Private ale,
AB Good, Strong, Heavy, Four Homo
road Wheeled Wagon. Apply to
Augu,!,t 29, 19112-2 t
ADM IN ISTRATOR'S NOTICE._
Letters of Administration. do bolds non, on the
estate of Samuel Bowman, dee'd late of Il'estianns
borough township, having been issued to then subsea
her, redding in Newvtlie, Pa. Nolite is hereby given
that all persons indebted to said matins, shall makaim.
mediate payment. and those having claims to present
theul duly authenticated for sektiement to
THOS. A. MoKINNEY.
Aug. 28, LW—Gt.* Adm'r,, do brads non.
T l 4 STATE 'gOT I C
11 %Letters of i6mlnisltallon on the estate of John
Nt'Cartnoy, late of Carlisle. Cumberland County, I's.,
have-boon 'crated by the ilogister of Cumberland Co.,
to the subscriber living In Car isle. All. persons Im
make payment and those having claims
vtlll koeo . nt thorn to " .
A. L. SPONSLER,
SAMUEL HEPBURN, Jr., Atterney
. Law. 011ie° with Hon. Samuel Hepburn; Main
St:. Carlisle Pa.
June 6, !i3
r 1 1 1?,AC 11 liIRS WANTED.
TllO Directors of North Nliddleton township wish
to employ three competent Maio Taichers, for 'Schools
Nns. 1. 2 and 3, and will meet for "that purpose, at
liazeiton's hotel, in Carlisle on Saturdey, the oth of
September next; at 10 o'clock. Sohools to coznmence
on the first Monday of
,October. Toren five months,
Salary $23 per month.
. PERES W. QUIQLEY, Soc
Aug. 13, 1863.
and highest number of votes for inspector shall not at
tuul on the day of the election, then the person who
shall have received the secofid highestenumbee of votes
at the next preceding election, shall act'as inspector in
his place. And in case the person who shall have re
calved the highest number of v tes for Inspector shall
not 'attend, the person elected judge shall appoint nu
inspector iu his place; and in case the person elected
judge shall not. attend, then the inspector who receiv
ed' the highest number of votes shall appoint ajthlge in
his place, or if any vacancy shall continue in the beard
for the space of ono hour after the time fixed by law for
the opening of the election, the qualified eters of the
township. ward or district for which such ollleer shall
have been elected, present at the place of election, 51111 1 1
elect one of their number to fill such vacancy.
Particular attention is directed to the Al of Assem
bly, passed the 211 11 day of February, 5031, entitled
An Act relative to voting at Elections in the counties
of Adams, Dauphin, Yon It, Lancaster, ''rent Iln, Cum
berland, rtradthrti. Centre. Green, and Erie." vie:
i• Sec. 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of
Represent ttives of the Commonwealth of Pennsylva
in General Assembly met, and it is hereby enacted by
authority of the same—that it shall be lawful for the
qualified voters of the counties of Adorns. Dauphin
Lancaster, York, Franklin, Cumberland, Iledfbrd Cen
tre, ("retie, and Erie, from and atter the paanage of this
Art, to vote for all calinidates kw the various offices to
be filled at at - 6 , election hn one slip or ticket Provided
the office for which every candidate Is voted fitr, shall
he designated Os required by the existing laws of the
Com tun n wen nth.
Sec. 2. That ally fraud committed by any person
voting le the manner above prescrife,d. shall be pun
ished at:similar fr Inds tire directed to he punished by
the existing laws of the Cumnionwenlth."
For the fripe•roatlon of the elect rs of Cumberland
county, I publish the following, being the 4th section
of the Act of the General Asaemhly of the session of
1851, enlitli•.l .` All net to provide f o r the Election of
Judges of the several Courts of this Common° ealth,
and to regulate certain Judicial Phi:lets."
'• See. 4 'Clint Ow election 1 0 ,1 edges shall he held
and voinliti•t 0 in the several tile-thin districts in the
same foamier In all respects us e'er lons for Representa
lives are or shall be eon d °chid. and by the
I tlapeetAlea. and °Myers. and lint provisions of the Art
of the iletieral Assindly, entitled •' Art relating to
the elections of this Commonwealth." approved the 2,1
ibis of .1 illy. ISO, noel its several supplements. and all
like lairs as tar as the Fatal' shali be in force and
applleahle, shall be deemed and taken to the electiiii
to .1 tolit4; linty( and. That the a lioresid.l electors shat
vote for .111daies i,l the Ciiiirt on a separat,
pier, of p,iper, and rot all of her tt 1 :es required to Le
Ira , led to the la,' all a or.thee s lie inert of paper.
•• It .hall he the duly ..1 the or o.oi
14441.1. 2. el''' general
dill Ihe tt hele Lna
ei001.11.11 IS kept opell. her Ilse pit, or giving ill
brin.it ion to the 111,1 0., a l l ea called 111/
lel a 1,1 to Ihe ei person lis.tei-scil then
..I vole at such eleetion. or sll. it I/thee nat leeS in 1 . 0111
1 0° to the :;5ce t ,...,4,ta of Vi/.11, :IS the Said Ins. tel:
either of 0,0. shall f r om time to time require.
t' No person 'shalt be permitted to vote :II oily vivid leer
other thall n elite ft renlnu lit the aoe of
wentyionv years or more. who .fall h a , r e nt d„..1 i o Ili
ltate at le .nt ova , yeiir, and in the eleetith let
cheer he effee, hit o.lll' aL least Ire 11:1 \
le ee ,lh e z elect is m. 111111 wit hill tiro year. paid a
la e te tl itty Lin. which shall 11:0, 11111111
1 / 1 14 t/ 1 // He ys ' , fore the ion. lint a iii t/en of the
nitrd States wail hint proNi.ord, bootie ouvliliecl voter
chit Slate, and 1,111..V1111 I:10111'1,10 anti tail 1,111.11„ nod
,1111 41111111111/ 11 1/1,1'111141 fu Ilic riven in di..llirl mild pail
:toes its nlllll be entitled to vote after reni.l
g fn thin State rottoths Prt° hied. That the
elite freemen. eitweim of the Unittet Stores. Leh' can
1.11IV•”111` 311.1 101 , 1...jde1l in
II 1111,61111 111 , 11 . 11./1 11 11 1 / 1 11,1111. 010111 he entitled to
lite although the,' not have paid lanes.
Nii porton 411.111 lie permitted bi nolo a hose ualnr is
lot contained ill the lint ill tavahie iuL ihitant. for.
Ished coo.i.iii.o.i.inorn. °lJen. Firit. he pi. idlice
receipt 1.0 Ilie pl . , mama Skid it It,, le:,'. ICI ctate
r county ti“ :11,11,01,1v 1.1 the
1111 gi, 1/ S•111q 1 / 1 1•11.1., et idrerr, either ell 1:10 1111111 111/ 111'
1111111,n. or the hal 111 .11.0 her. That he
as paid -Ill'odaciLl-d--/.ovillit
hall make Ilic pad iiiiiit hioe.il It 11
lain a rirlit lo• atuelertor het It th
t .111.1 to,“ ni al, he sh.lll de
11,1111 oath or :Ohne:Ohio tl,l renill.•ll in tali
tate at 1... e-t ear tient 111•111111 Li 111/1111,111 'll. 11111
u hr quilt prool•of 1,4.1.'110e 111 111.• 111141/11/1/ 1,1 , 1,1/1111
by 1111,11.1, 31111 11111/. 111111,1, i•ri I front thi
, 11111111 Cite, 111111. /1111/ 1111 is I.l' the /bre at
oil 111 her 11, Ideal, an it required by till, act. eller ,
pan the name Of the person thus admitted to vote
101 l be in•erted in the alphabet kid lint lo the iii,pec
tor, end a note mail.. 1,111,1,ite t 1 1 1. 1 0.. lo h.
word •• if }.O ,1461 he .1.61,4 ill N/11111 by tea,:
of havli“, paid tan or the soli.' •• age. - il lie shall Le
1/111111111111 CII VIP/I• 1,11,1 1 or nurh are a .4,:61 1.0
cut In Lhr rlerl.e wi,..,4061.0‘40 tltr 116,, to tag ell Iht
J. TI!WIPSON RI IT EV, ShorifT.
REWARD FOR DE'SERTERS,
VALUABLE HEAL ESTATE
' On Tuesday ? Sept. 22, 1868.
rrIJE subscriber will soil at public sale,
on the promime, on the shove day, his farm, situ
ate in Dickinson township. Cumberlan 1 county, Pa.,
11 miles went of Carlisle, near the Stone Tavern, and
lying between the NVair.ut liottom and York roads It
contains 184 Acres. more or Ices, 12 acres of which Is
good Timberland, under good fen ce,and In a high state
of cultivation. The improvements aro• a two story
DA RN, Wagon Shed, Cord Cribs, and
inn - , 2 , 7, other Out buildings. A well otexcel
,b. 1011 t water nisi. the house. mrono.tit
i , • S the barn. An apple Orchard ofeholce
rust. A Pear Orrlowd, and a large number of ether
fruit trees. There Is also on the premi, es it large num.
ber of young Locust trees.
This farm will be sold altogetheter in parts as fol.
No. 1. The Mansion Tract, consisting of 100 acres.
No. 2. 50 noes, all eleared, with a two story SHAME
!MUSE, Stabld and Fra me Shop, Cistern, Flog pen, Am.
There is also on this tract some good fruit trees
N 0.3. 34 acres, all cleared, under fence, and In a
stale of cultivation.
Sala to commence nt 1 o'clock, P. M.. when rittendnice
will be given and Winne made known I y
JOIIN K. STAUFFER.
Aux. 23, 18 3
TWO VALUABLE FARMS
TOY virtue of an order of the Orphans'
1 )(10-rt of Cutnle•riatel County, I will expose the
real estate d•f Joseph Brown, dec'd., rt public sale, on
Thursday. the 2411. of September, 18113, at 11 o'clock,
A. Nl_ 1,11 i lw premiers
F rot. A TRACT OF LA ND In West pennshorou .11
towoshlp, Cumberian I county, bounded by Samuel
Tell t. James Fulton's nelrs and John Myers. emitalll•
log 120 Acres, 21 Perches, about 20 items , of
whieh I In Timber, aml the residue Is clear d and 1111,
de r fenee. The improvements :sr- a two story Stone
--"i, lions,' and large Stone Bank Barn.
P' 'F. C W
Corn Crib, a.4din Haat and Carr( me
:1 g g . Ilona, also all Orchard of apple, and .
14 1f ; i other troll trees. _
....Ti,4:-...,,,,,.'. Saco nit. A TRACT OF I,IND adjoin
log I,le above, and f , aaner'y a pant of OP, same farlll.
~,Ijoinilu.r .1.11., MV11:10 , 11. Dalliel V. A hi..lanies Mar.
s mll sod GPO i):11i.i,.11. I . .lliMitallV, 8f , ACO ES, 100
PERCHES. about twenty o'er',, of whieh Is in excellent
'limber, and O.) , residue clean di and under Inure, upon
w hick there are no improvmeents.
T sit ms.--Vive per rent. to be paid or secured to be
paid at the time of sale. the balance of one halt Is: of
April. 1564. and residue in Iwo hoop al payments with
interest. Due at endance will be r iven at I lino of stile
by mArrn KW B. Boy I),
Administrator of Joseph Brown, deed.
Aug. 26, 18.13,
PUBLIC SALE OF HEAL ESTATE
On 11111nes(lfty, October 7, 1863.
r E subscriber will offer at public stile,
an t abOVI• d ty. at 110 , 1VIT ' S T:lVertt.ln Mocha!,
i,,burg, the folio, log described Iteal lit-tate, viz:
A TitACT OF LAND,
situated in Silver Spring township, I!.' mil's from M't - -
cli,iiii,bor.e. north of t Ito Triton,. Ito el. bounded lv
lands or Holtman Brow 1,00 ell, itobh -Ind di. Lino, e ,,,,
tuning I.) ACIIFIS ANI) 110 PEIICIIIt;SI,
having thereon erected a good two
ftr---''.-)., story lit tNI 1 , , ii 151:. a serill !tarn
l i g
• 1: 1 - , . 4 ,rer - n.. " v i t:;•ltt h l ' iTirt n :: ': W k-L t . :17:4 - g " , U lo t ;l l' m ' . ' lr i i l t n , l e i r n l g i t ' . ' on" ,-
_.a......_ 010 pl, lIIISI, This land is of a fine
(twilit), in a wt.,' neigh! orhood anal pliers partdenbir
Inducements to any person w,titting a condortable
No '2. T%k I, Town Gds in the horn lint of )f11(•11110i1,
11111.,, IMIIIIPPrI'II 101 and 213. Th, , ,,,• ~,t, ~,••• ~,,,,,t,, a
~, i lII' 11,111 ~,I 001'111, of soffit, Ilarlo-t street and
Siotp.ott',: road. adjoining 1 roperty ,d . Dal ill 111,g. 11111) '
having tit, con erected a ton story NV E.Vl'll Elf. it kit 11
Eli 111 I USE. with I.oelt . bul.ding A 4001 i St:1100 011 till.
10 . 1 . 111i111, ' l' ti l ls pro or y belongs a water right to
the well nu Markel street Ihe hour' is now i.e. Kilt,'
NV ill M0i1.... Any further intormation in [eon.) 1 .
t 0,,, plop?, ties may be hid id Da% id I nnilis. jr, re
lIII,Z 11 pm , tint Nll. I.
S.,ie In ,liMilit , nre at 10 1 1 n'elorlt on said day. when
tondance mill be ON 011 1111.1 torn Mode known by
A 1 7.4 C". 4 /I LE LIMES TON E FARM.
)1 virtue of the last will of Joh❑
dec,o,ed, I bill 0 sale ou the
:111 keg, on
Thursday, the 10th of September, 1803, at ten
a' clork,' A. If.
TII.E 1111 . 1N5,1,0N FA Rlf
Mho Mack. deceusild. 'd4ltllntrrin 11icl. imern town•
p, Cumberland county, - bounded hi LI !arms of
mb \1 pees. i;eo. Deeidson, Henry 'ail. John Pell,.
and Frod,riel: llSep. renta nI, ()N HUNDRED AND
SIX ACRES, shout ten acrei of whirl) In in 0.11. i t•en
her, and the rutddue rlear,d, end under cultivation.
The 1111provellIMILK area ~3 .31 ' , gaud
~..,N..7. --) . , scone Dwelling..ind stiine and i.. 04
~,i-itri, . .z . , , _ Bank, Iltrn. mil! %Vagun , Itetl, and
, 1 1 ~ 4 , Cut 11 Crib , and Cher intpritvettiontN
j o s.
This is a barn"' ut first quality .sit.
nut , I, v , u ffi e , ~,,d 3 113 Ir west or v.,11,1e, unit wino,.
art fifty rude (11 thu Chitnil.erNburg and Carlisle
111 . lit lein p,r6•rt. The t rtng will 11, fib, p•r root
pAid or 0, ortnl In 1.., 'mid n, thr limo ,1 .11... tin
of no.• half on the Ist of April, th.
:une iu tw 110,11 tx With ill tyres t to In
tired In a lieu ou the land.
Executor of John Bleck, thweaed
NTALUIBLE FARM AT PUBLIC
On SATURDAY, September 19, 1863.
Will he sold at public sale. on the p emises. on the
ore day. at the residence of the subset fiber, in Mon.
lands or Cyrus Brindle, .la,ol, K. Nein;lej • and others,
Containing - Nintely-Tliree Acres,
more or loss. all clea-ed•ut tile hest quality of Limestone
land, and in god Mato ot cultivation. '1 ho Improve
TWO STORY BRICK HOUSE,
AN p (SACK-BU I 1,1)1 NO,
Bank Barn. Corn-houae, Hog nen, Shop. Suei lh
shop, and all 71ecessar1! out lmildengs.
convenient to Churches, Schools, Mills, Mechanics,
;Ames, &v., and Is 5 tulles east it Carlisle,
the sane distance west of Mechanicsburg. Thrre
hover tailing troll of touter at the door. There is an
AP PLr. Olt CIZARD
=t in Its prime, and all kinds of small f ult, suoh as
rs, Peaches, Gapes, Apricots, Grapes, Cherries, &c.
Its Is Alt! 1.1 Ibe 11108 t desirable farms In the neigh
mod. and van be seen by wiling on the subscriber,
~Ig,. nu the lam.
Sale to Nanntetieu at 1 o'clock. P. q., when terms will
be made' I: now n by II EN It IC N. GRA VIII LI,
August 14,'6:3.-1 ni. „
THE ELEVENTH ANNUAL
30 m. 11. I. lb 1 - t 1
Penna. State Agricultural Society,
WILL lIE HELL/ AT
NONRISTOWN, MONTO'Y. Co , PA,
September 29th 6. 30th and October Ist 6- 2d
NOMUSTOWN is about 17 wiles
west of Philadelphia, on the Schuylkill river :aid
Is accessible by Railway to every portion of the Stan;
'i he I:rounds ate beautifully situated. containing 28
Arres of ground with fine large Inn:Ili nathereon eruct
ed. together with large amount ohedding. The track
Is said to lie One of the best hall mile in the S ate.=
The premiums are the heaviest ever offered by the
Society, aleelnting to about s7tain. The premiums for
all ;males of cattle exceed $ll 00 11 - ve of which are $3l
each, ill from 25 to $l5, others running down to logger
rates. In.t herd not fees than 15 head, (not prom fum
.$10; •2nd pretniun 625.
horses or all grades the premium . ex caul $l3 - ,0
The highest ; 2 Morin' $-0 and $3l and others
ranging Irma $l5, $lO and $(. Far Sheep MA Swine
the premiumx range from $lO to and j 0
Nor Poulti y there Is a)011 , 4.; of premiums from $2
to $1 each the folio alngdasaaa tuaticliberal prowl,
unix are offered ; Ploughs, Cultivators, Drills, Si agous,
'leaping and Mowing Machine, cutter 8, Corn Sheller,
Cider Mills; Punp a Buckets, Tin Ware, heather and
Its Manufacturer, has Fixtures, Marbles, Mutter, and
Flour, (rain and Seeds, Vegetables; and : also for
Domestic rind household Manufactures, t MUM Carpets,
Satinet, Shirtl. , g, Shouting, Blankets ' Flannels, Knit,
(Mods, Needle Work, dm. Bread, Calico, Preserves, jellies,
Inige premiums are offered for ovary variety of Fruit
and blowers. The Floral Tent will be the largest ever
erected by the Solely, and will form one of the most
attractive features of the Exhibition. Fruit, °rapes
and Wino will be exhibited in this department.
'1 he Punbsylv dile it unread and Norristown Railroad
have arranged to carry articles tbr exlnlittio,t. to and,
from the Exhibition freight free. requiring the fur ,
warding freight to bo paid, which will be repaid, the ship.
per Whell goods are rothrned to the Station Avhenco
hipped. It is hoped to effect the Ramo with other Sun
Excursions at reduced rates will be run on till the
Entries can ho made at the Office, In Norristown of,
ter the 4th day of September. All art , cles must be on•
tared on the books on or before Tuesday evening, Sep.
tombur 20th. Exhibit3rs Intuit become members.—
Membership $lOO with lour Venom' Tickets each, of
which will admit one person to the Fair once.
81:ME ADMIfv.ION ate.
130). A List of Premiums and Regulations can be had
( by addressing the Secretary.
111031 A ., P. KNOX, President.
A. BROWER LONUA IC it it, Soc`y.,)
Norristown, Pa Aug 28,'113]
F INE HAMS!
Just rcrolvol by the subscriber, i largo at of
Canino., i'breps k Cats, celebrated Sugar Cured Mitts.
For flit° on reasonable torms by ' ' ', -. 1
Juno ti t ' O 3.WM. BENTZ:
Deirable Property at Private Sate:
rr fig subscribers, Executors of the es
tate of Andrew Blair, dec'd., offer at private sale,
T 5 ENTY.ONE ACRES of beautifully located first qual.
ity LIMESTONE LAND, lying, immediately on the
western line of the Borough of Carlisle, Pa. The land
la In the highest E.t.a° of cultivation.
* The impi'evemonts are a DOUSE,
BARN, and other Outbuildings Al
14: 1 3liouDOrrk:1 a good ORCHARD of choice fruit
This projects s very .desirahl Was a country , mhidence
In the immediate vicinity of town, Would suit well
for a Dairy or Darden property.
For further particulars in reference to terms, &e.,
please call on or address by mail either of the under
signed. A. 11. BIAIR,
Carllslo, Aug. 7,186-13 t
Dkachino and Wheelright Shop.
A. J. KUTZ, Agt.
"VOW ainnufactures end keeps cen
t,. stantly on hand at tho old stand, on North lien—
over street, Carlisle), l'a., opposite llazelton's hotel, a
largo assortment of
Such no Horse Powers, Threshing MacblneS with Sva—
raters attached. Clover Hullers. btralti Pone, Corn Shel
ters, Straw and Fodder Cutters. all of which are the lat
est and best hnprovements. %Va..tons of every descrip—
tion, Itturouts Cultivators. Corn Field Rollers,
Singh, and Double Shovel Plows. ttc.
Daring a Smith Shop attached, all custom work In
town and country will be done with neatness and
Repairing of all kinds done on abort notice and ‘')rk
reasonable terms. Thankful for former favors, I re—
spectfully solicit a 'Mare of politic patronage.
August 28, 1883-3m*
SCHOOL TAX FOR 1863.
r 1 11 E taxable citizens of the Borough
51 Carlisle are hereby notifie 1 that the Treasurer
m said Sch,ool District will attend at the County Conn
Ito Use. (Commissioners' on 'Thursday, Septem
ber 2.1111;. , next, het. eon the hours of it and 12 in the
forenoon, and 2 curd 5 o'clock in the afternoon of said
day, for the purpose of collecting and receiving the
Sehool Tax nsscssed for the present y oar On all taxes
paid on or before that date n 111.1/Ilan) will he mad., of
PI VD 19 , :1t CIE I'. Persons wishing to psy their Taxes
in the meantime, ran do sn by railing on the Treasurer
at his place of business, in •' Marion Hall" building,
West Dig]] street.
Aug '2l, 1833-3 t.
OFFICE. C. V. M P Co. 1
Au:;.2oth, 1i46:1. f
NTOTICE k hereby given that an elec
t thin tor 12 directors of the Cumberland Valley
Motu ionpany, will be held at their la
ce In Llickiu.un Township. Comb. Co., DTI ?lo a der the
ith duo of Septeinlici next, between the Lours of lu
A M.. and 4 Well wk P. M., : uid Directors to
servo for the ensuing year.
til' .I'l' I.; (Yr C
Let.torS t.,t:1111..ti Lary e , ll the t`St.:l to of lane M.
Halbert, clor'.l Intr. the Ilnrough of carij.k. hav e
bee, ,e 1 tee thee xaLacrile rtoqiding in Carli,lo. Xn
tire Is berol.v given to all person , : Indebted tee said
estate tee make Immediate. ptyneent. these tenviteg
raniulV tee present them duly authenticated for settle—
ment to A. CATIIC.IIiT,
July it Executer
IP ST AT E N(YI'l ( 1 1 , ',.-I,etters Testa
_4,lll , ot:try nil t h e Pstate Or Jnioph D. Halbert, late
or the ilnrotnAl it der'd., have been
to the slill,riber, re...idiot: In Carlisle All per , ons in
drl4e~l t" the ',tale of salt decedent are requested
to ned.a illlllll . lliate payment and thonl! 1111Vitiff
Will prenatal thou,• duly authentleated firs,'ttlement,
to A. CATIIC
.lu'y It. 1,,63—1it, F. (I•VIII,r
In the 15th and adjoining Districts
National Substitute Agoncy.
• C 0.,,
.opened an flier In Car:lsle. at the Government
Asse-sor•slice, In Itheem HAG a e now prepared to
forni , b sultstitut_es nt fair prices.
Suhstitutes F applied from this ,(tier will lie able hod
led Aliens sot siihjeot to drat. All draf , ed
served ho us 0, guaranteed a rely:Lie (rum the draft.
Apply at tome In person or hi letteriat the•i National
Sub,titute Attenvy," Rheum's Gal..
It SFKRENCE,.—.r. Wonkley, Joseph 'tither, Jr,
.1. It hoe . a
Anoist 7, lne.3
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rodish,t tho iS CA )111'1,E l'E II ISTifity (IF
NEBEL IN V 18IUC to be found. it alio eon t:tins
an ACCL; it ATE XI A l' OF E SE IT iIF WAR in I'(n
'Sy I the BA TL i USUS tiF GETTY:Mt:I;f/,
and the lint's of Ina, h both Armless Nies• f,2 p e r
MI111111: $1 tor six niittlis. A loin hai'?lt ~U l/11, e rs ran
still be I urni shed. )loCLUICES STONER, Props letors
A tr4ust 7th 1562. Im.
Portraits of our Heroes
r F. FRANKLIN REPOSITORY
g of the ?9th July contllns An excellent POLITE ATP
IIF MAJ GEN. U. MEAD 4, the Hero rt Gettysburg,
and the nu.aber for A unnst sth will meta n an ad
inirabl Pi Halt.% IT of MA I. U EN. U. S. GRANT, the
Item f P icksburg. Price $2 per annum; $1 for six
months. MerILUItE K ;TUNER. Proprietors.
A ugust 7lh lm.
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h3s the LA It( EST CIRCULATION of any paper
In the ante °ill of the elties.. and is the best ADVEIP
''ISINO MEDIUM In :-:outliern Pennsylvania, 'Torun
reamnahle. M cCLU It H A STON Lit, Propletors.
August 7th ISICI.
To the Friends of Soldiers.
THE FRANKLIN REPOSITORY
R . Is lurni-bed to SOLDIERS In the serwl, of the
l)uiou at the low rate 01 $t per annum fillets, for
three in mths, and omilekt In strong. wrappers. No 11101 0
elcomu favor ran be contered ul7Ln thu Defenders of
the Old Flag than to furnish them whir a loyal News
paper nein hewn. Terms (.ash In advance.
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August ith 1863. lin
A Joint Resolution Proposing
CERTAIN AMENDMENTS TO THE . CONSTITUTION
PE it resolved by the Senate and
_ollouse of Repre.entatives of the Commonwealth of
Pennsylvania In tlenoral ASH. mbly met. That the fol
lowing innendments be proposed In the Constitution
of the Commonwealth. in accordance with the provis
ions of the tenth article thereof:
There shall he an additional section to the third or•
tide of the Constitution, to be designated as section
four, as follows:
&erten 4. n !loiterer any °Me qualified electors of
this Commonweal II shall be In any actual milli/try
Nary I under a requisition from We President of the
United States, or by the authority' of this Common
wealth, such elerfore may exercise the right of suf
f•age in all elections by the citizens, under such regu•
lotions as are, or shall be, prescribed by law, as fully
no It Ow) wore present ut their usual place of election.
'fliers shall be two additional sections to the eleventh
article of the Constitution, to be designated as sec . .
tions eight, and nine, as follows:
SWTION 8. No bill shall be passed by the heglila•
turn, conta.ning more thou one subject, which shall:ho
clearly expressed In the title, except appropriation
SECTION O. No bill shall ho passed by the Legislature
granting any powers, or privileges, in any case, where
the authority to grant gush poseurs, or privileges, has
been, or may hereafter be, conferred upon the cuurts
of this Commonwealth.
Speaker of the House of Representatives.
JOAN V. PENNEY,
Spot'lcor of tho Senate.
OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY OF THE COMMONWEALTH, }
llarrh,burg, July 1, 1863.
... ) 1 do hereby certify that the foregoing end
AL annexed In a lull, true and correct copy of
.._. , the original Joint Resolution of the ( loner.
Assembly, entitled " A Joint Resolution proposing
certain Amendments to the Constitution," as the Mime
remains on tile in this °filet?.
to TVITIMONY whereof. I have hereunto set my band,
and camel' the seal of the Secretary's office to be of
fixed, the day and year above written.
Sscretary.of the Commonwealth.
July 7, Ha _ ..s,
Emory Female College,
r 11 IS Institution of learning for young
Dulles, will be epenel on Tuu,usDAY, SEPTIOI.
II , :it 3d, 1863. Thu Prost sot will be assisted iby an
efficient corps of Teachers. The course of Instr 'dim
will embrace all the brunches necessary to give young
ladies a relined and thorough Collegiate education.
For Circulars •and particular • Information, address
the underslgned, Ca lisle, Pa.
It. Et•CIIA)IBF ‘ .ItS, President.
July 2f, 1.863-3 m
LL Every description and quality; of Groceries,
Queonsware, hardware, Pickets, Sauce, Fino hianors,
Tobacco, Segars, Pipes. 'Fresh Fruits and vegltables in
Cans, oystorirdo. Spices, Wood and Willow ware, all
kinds and of the boot quality and to bo sold at tile
lowest prices for cash by
Juno 6, '63,
A. J. KU'fZ, Agt
.T. IV. EBY.
.101 IN T GREF:N, Sect'S.
citrtily- First- - Ns.
tiunal Hank of rinitity of Cumberland and
State or I I I•111)sylVaIII:1 IS au( j,.•,1 (h e
business of ISankln undin. the 4.. t
lit To•tirm.ily rile haml
L rind seal r 4 .01111..., 11th 41:ty ”I July
Pirstl t Will receive depnsih both
on iut,, , t and per tide oil demand. szmio NS done ti
pierly hr the ;Iran nl Ni•r & Ca.. and will he pre
pared in do evorything pertaining 1, tho Lasint“.s of
DR, Wig H. t.;00K, --
SliTyenn and ...Irrolichrur.
(IF F E Itt Ili., re , :i(l , nce in Nor 0)
Hanover street. Next door to .7 , lleinoe's, hotel.
Ji avini returned i'runi the army has
(L-1 S 7'17.V I; and PI, / /,' / (.;
at the 01,1 ,9ta Int en the lt,e.,emen the
First Ale, lonlest t . leech 1/. re ill
u[tend prnnept ell lo all
0i 0.5 en hie I ille,
1,1(1 nml Iron I Ire,, Finks.
Itttli I ult.%
lot N. Cold Hi aver Itatn Intilmq,
Rater Cl.teet s, 11a-It Basins,
Form and. Lift Pumps, hydraulic 'tams, &c,
IVrXt Iron 11el cl Ti t t,,, I
And every vrripti.m t.l and fitting,: r., ; •,,
steam, water, .ke. :superlttr e.ml, Itm rantn,
and gas fl‘tur.•, put up in citur, It s, 51..11, anti In. II
inv.'s, at short towi •I', in illy most modern .t . ) le, \II
materials and work In tour lint. at low rates and icier.
Country work and jobbing' promptly it lemted
A. E. SWISHER
IEN 1)I ALEI? in Flour, and
:LH k of country produee.
Warehouse on the corner of Main and Wo,f street,.
Keeps eonstartily on hand all hinds of FEED, Nlrll
May K. 1.863—t. f.
Pima: public are cautioned against the
spu It OUS artiti,s of LYE for making SOA I', Au.,
now offered for SHIP. The only l:\Ul\'li and PAT
ENTEL, Lye ',hat [elide by the PENNSYLVANIA
SALT mAstat , AcTutLlSO Ut OIPAN Y, their troth,
mark far it being •• SAPO IF! Bit, Olt UtINCEN fitA
TED LYE." Thu great SUCCESS of this h rttri• has I , d
UNPRINCIPLED PARTIES to endeavor to 11i ITATE
1.• violatitn of the Company's PATENTS.
All MANUFACTURERS, BUYERS or SELLERS of
these SPURIOUS Lyes, are hereby NON PI ED i hat the
COMPANY have employed rts their ArI'ORNEYS,
GEORGE [LARDING, Esq., of Philadelphia and
WILLIAM BA K EW ELL, EMI , of Pittsburg.
And that:all NI ANUFACTURERS, USERS, OR SELL
linS of Lye, in violation of the rights of the COMIIII
will be PROSE uTt.D bt mire,
The SAPONIFIER, or CONCENTRATED I V li, Is for
sale by all Druggists. Grocers sad Country Stores.
Tait UNITED STATES CIRCUIT COURT. Wegt,ll District
of Penns Ivania, No. 1 of May Turin, in 1102, In cult of
TUE PIINNSY.LITANIA SAO' AN UPACTCRINti
COMPANY vs. TIMS. U. 011At4E, dem.] to the Coin.
pony, on Nbromber 15, 1802, ihe EXCLUSIVE right
Bra n tad by a patunt_ow ned by them for thu SAPONI
FIER. Patent dated Oetobur 21, 1856. Perpetual In
SALT . MANUFACTURING CO.
OFFICES. -127 Walnut Street, Philadelphia,
Pitt St. and Duquesne Way; Pittsburg.
May 1,1863--3 m.
-1 ,17 . A MANHOOD •
Lowi o ra i l HOW LOST! HOW RESTORED!'
Just 'Published in a Sealed Envelope. Price
A Lecture ow the Nature, Treatment
and Radical Cocoa Spermatorrbom or Seminal 'Weak
neon. &lewd Debility Nervousuceo , , and Involuntary
Inducing Impotency, Comiumption, and
Mental 'and Physical Debility.
By ROB'T. J. OULVEILL%VELL, N. D
The important fart that the awful VITISNIUMICOR of
Self Abuse may be effectually removed without inter
nal medicines or the dangerous application of caustics,
Instruments, medicated bungles, and other empirical
devices, is here clearly demonstrated. - and the entirely
new and highl,y,-ruccessful treatment as adopted by the
celebrated nuttier. fully explained, by Means of which
everyone is enabled-to cure himself perfectly and - at
the least posMltle cost., thereby avoiding all the wirer-
Used nostrums nf the day. This lecture will premix
boon to thoWskudsand thousands.
Sent under seal, in it plain (Velem t' any address,
post paid on receipt of two postage stamps, by address
CIIAS. J. C. KLINE Si CO.,
127 Bowery, New York, Post °Mee flex, 4586.
3000 Abs.- of Stagman's celebrated
'sugar aortal lialha,aaavasaatl and uneanvasied, at
the cornar of Main andt . Weat amts. -
May 6, 1863-4, f. . A. 51NGISER.
WM. B ONTZ
HLINNEKUUL, having on account
*of tho dampness and unhealtlifuln rem of his for
mar shop on Hanover street, been compelled.to remove
therefrom; has pumhased and refitted the Pplondicl
shop. on 'Mairestrect. next door to A. L. tiponsler!s of
lice, formerly occupied by J.,Myers. no will be glad
to welcome ell his old customers, and as many new
ones as wish to be shaved by clean and competent bar
Aug. 14. 1863-3 m.
ORNAMENTAL IRON WORKS.
' WOOD & PEROT, 1136 Ridge Airenue.
PRILADELPHIA, Pa ,
OFFER for sale upon the most favor
able terms, new and beautiful Designs In great
variety of IRON RAILINGS I'm Cetneterles. Itettidences,
&c., of Wrought and Cast Iron. and Galvanized Iron
and Brass Tubing; Iron Vh randahn, Italconitts. Stairs,
Counters, Fountains, Gates. Columns, Hitching Foos,
Lamp Stan Is, Vattes, Tables, Flower Stands, Sofas,
Chairs, Statuary, Animals. and nll other Iron Work or
a Decorative eh/tractor. nettle/tit forwartio,l for sot,
Lion. Persons app:ying for same, .a 11l please state the
kind of work needed.
.luly 24, 18u3-8m
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE.
W(Leidich, sawyer & Miller,) have
received our entire stark of (bnds, and have
resumed businena. We deshe the patromme of our
numerous customers to eon tinue AN they have kindly
favored us in the past. We are determined to sell our
stork, which to much larger and more complete than
usual at this suasobof the year by reinvent of suspen
sion of business by the recent ineasimi, at tine lowest
possible market, price. We have A full line of Summer
Ono Is for Ladles, Jlitisos, Men's and iloy's wear. Please
call at the well known stand. En St MAin St.
SAWYER & MILLER.
July 21, 1£63
AFULL assortment of New Goods
nn tao steel VW: nt Ogl I Ily•s. •
now prepared to show a larun assortment of
NEW SUMMER GOODS.
just revolvo•l and to olTor groat Indurements to all per
sons in want of handsome and clirop goods. A logy
stock of Ladles In,ss ,@r. • ..--
Oents and Boys wear in great variety. l,ununer Shawls
at low figures.
Caltcoes, Gingliams: Nitslins,
Table Diapers &c. at reduced pries.
Having bought at reduced prices for cash. I am de
termined to run off the stock nt very low prices for the
CHAS. 0011 MT, Trustee
Carllxle, July 14, 1863
OFFICE OW CoMeER.H.i.r, OF THE runilF.`,l", ) -
Washington. July 7! h
WHEREAS, by sall•faetory nvideure preen toil to the
Hndersiwnell, it has 111,11 wale to appear that the Flt.4t
NatiOHni Bank of l'arly-le in the 0,1,ty of clunher
land and State of l'oons, Ivania has been duly 0,1111.
Izod tinder, and . Leeordlow to Ulf• riniiii . .•lllt,i;S or ti,'
art ~f Convress, entit An aet to pr vide onti-oal
cutruu - y. tier ured by a F111'11.2:0 of u..tted sLoci,g.
arid to provide for the elroulatioo nod To domptiou
thereo', approved Feloroary 10 cl.:uul 11 . 1.
With all the proviSiotlS t Itsiohed to b. vole
plied with beton, r..11111111.111•1o5 the boqine.s or it.,ok
1117111 f Thi'VlA.M'lr.
compt,ll. r of the Currene)
C 11 1 .11511. , July 111,
\V. \V. HEPBURN, enshier
.hey 10, 1,61
William P. L3uch
CON JENTRATED LYE,
THE FAMILY . SOAP MAKER
First Prize Medal at tho World's Fair,
~~~~ ~ 'l
undersigned has just leeeived, -
.1 and Intends to keen constantly on Land n full no-
IP rtment of Iho unequalled Pianos nutnufactuted by
y A... Sons of New York.
Each instrument will be rnrefully selected In the
Manuflud,ry. and will be sold at the
New York Cash Factory Prices,
with the rddltion of Freight to Cal
A written guar ant., of entire satistlietlOn will be
by the kub,ruther to each purchaser.
Persoos dertrous to purlhass are Invited to call and'
exa odne these unrivalled Pianos, at
T. E. Shapley's jewelry Store,
Mail] Strict, 3tl door east of the Mansion House, neni.
t c Railroad Depot.
SPOOND HAND PIANOS received in exchange and
ILr =ntc awl to rant.
Carll,le, May 22,1803-1 y
tr - b --
S. I. F. D. E.
FANCY DYEING ESTABLISHMENT
BARRETT, NEPHEWS & CO., Proprietors,
trAFFie ES : No. 47 North EIGEITH
PIIILADELPIIIA, and 5 & 7 .101 IN St., NEW
Our ..... ss in I/YI.ING and CI.EANSINO OAItMENTS
of Velvet. cloth, SIN Mer no. Do Laine &e., ac., and
SIIAS‘ I,S nt alinoct every description, is so well known
that. We 11111 y 11,11, I" remind our friends and the pub
lic trenerailv. Unit the silson for getting ready their
Fall LlooLls is now at handl
(*LA sods revel red and returned by Express.
` BARRETT, NEPHEWS it CO.,
A 04. '2l. 1:363-,
Carlisle Select Female Seminary.
r pins Seminary w•Il be 'opened on
September 2, 1863. A corps of the
romph , he.l ll•achers has beer. reeured. Tho
course in.t, n.•t mil will be the same with tlint of
the ul the country. For circular and
i hit; I manor;, address the undersigned,
July 31, 1,0'41
HO ! OR KELLER'S
II I.T ,1N1) C.tl' s•roicg.
- subscri lie.r has removed his Hat
rind ctt i , to the opplslto oldr of lbe Stroot,
to t toonerly occupied by I'. Nlonyer, and
11,1 let totorm. rn', Shur Storo. Having a inn, h.
room. I 1.% v t I rr..erd tut' stock- of goods, so
1110 I i n to furnish the public with
All the iol,r St) 1,1
11A 1:S, (IA-12S, A N-1) -ST - RA W FIATS;
Snit Vm tiill,. y stock ronsits of Silk,
II 1 , , .t!I kinds and pricesnf soft
,•.tv 11.0• Ii nrinufirt are. fr , nn the coin
nn, no ns•in and N tarn. A good
, linn•ot o! I,lll+.
s ao I finev vtraly h a ts,—
II a fl_ 0 , 1 I` . o r, Inv. any kind
t ill I, I , ht• 4. Order. at ,-hurt notice.
1: , •11.11 1,11 .111.. r. Itilly lind, , ,u,ndle v th e
I .ittention to rer•eivon littoral
.1011 N KE1,1,1112. Alit.
I'. S. IP',l h t'• 1 an I irpnirnd at moderato
April 17. I cr.'
I V, EI,EII_,Sz_ALV
h'..l" with he latest improve
', kik r. , 1114•ii ill-1c,,. These' ma-
It. , I . lllln it :ma fern a sthin) of
n::11 In• s ann.l fro n, which wilt
0.1 up 1 1 •;111 , t1 ,, f1:11.1y. BEST 111 A•
I fin i. I. hw ilwily anal general
TIP') C. 1 ,1 (hit, hit ~ t hor uuirLinc ran do.
tt,)-1 . 11,• t, :,,,,I Iter 111, Improvements
r rh , .l~•ti l l ! , Ii•TI litrent for
r.‘1.11.1) Ines to the pub.
I t ho pori•liano
a 11l .. o I ;limn
4.... i, I lo• 1- • 1. %I at the
I:,1,11 -rnt t• tlurtherinformation
: 1 I .1. C.I3II'IIEI.L.
I%T 1 1,1,! A )1. Fit ID 1.F., 1" respectfully
~,,9 0 t1, . ..”4 to the eiliauna of—Carlislo - antrthe t
ittittlie zetteralry, that he tttall ettntittutts tho manufac•
LIII , id 111 kiwi: ill till and sheet Iran ware In J. D.
ilitiiiiil li i, iirl i iiiilllg ii:illA Louth, sttoet Corll , lo at tho
vigil 111 tho
I.LV co EPER Por,
who, ho %, ill at all tiutrc ha rvad3 ha do all kinds of
lurk ill Ili , iillo IA ith lat•attiess and despat.eh.
Al,“ van at all lure r.s 1.0 lia.. thosa cdolintted, self
sualiiig Anti nrlrtrsting premium airtight,
FRU Irl' CANS AND JARS•
Ito dine, Simuth,r, aod Mods of jobbing dolue at
the sh ,, rtl,i notice.
Cash paid for (.Id (load, you ter and copper. Thank
ful for the patroutlre heretofore extended, he hopes by
sti let tentiuit, and n lesiro to please till to merit a
•entielinn,e I tie. o ,l ol e.
Duet forni.t. the sign of the lied Coffee lot.
froßme 11710LESALE DEALER
No, 52() Commerce St
C()NSTANTLV in Store, a large aa
cocrElt, ZINC, IltON & GALVA
NIZED II“)N TI:ISS.
11 hlt, :111.1 Niaritit'd PiUV:
Whitt. :Old 1)r . 131 ue Closet naSin&
ship (I .11.1.1 .
water.ctut,et, of er.•iy deseript ion.
PUMPS, RAMS, S:c
lrou sod Enamelled Portable Wash Stands,
VITRIFIED DRAIN PIPE, BENDS, BRANOLIES AND
TR A PS.
Plumbers' Brass and Plated-Work of every doscrip•
1,1111 Traps 111111 Bends, l'lno and Cedar Hydrant
Rods, Pleollao.' Marble Slabs, Rubber hose,
Ate , : IS low is any I louse In the country.
April - 24, I shd-tom
- - ----
GEo. NV. NEIDIC 11, D. D. &
Late Demonstrator of.lpemi re Dentistry to the
.13 D a e l ti t t i i i , lo s r u e rgo C r o y l . lege of
Vitnrow Office at his residenee o
oprosite Marlon ll,ul , o est Hain street, Carlisle, Penn
& (JO.'s well-known 1%1E1.0-
k DEoNs and 'Et lotirs; UNIS, Introducing the ef•
feet of pedal bass on every Instrument.
ERN EST OA IS ER'S unsurpassed VIANOS for cash,
at a liberal deduction, or on monthly instruments from
$5 to ido.
40" Over Imo sold hi PhlladelPhia.
NI ES REI.L.t IC, Sole &font,
'279 and 281 9 Fifth street, above Spruce.
l'hllade phia, Pa.
April 17, 1563
Men & Boy's Clothing Bazaar.
Scum d rrrelval of th e
HE undersigned would most respect
!' fully Inform hls ‘6l friends and customers and Um
public generally, that he has commenced the
CLOTHING' AND FURNISHING
business in all i K branches In the F tore Boom of J. A.
II unwriell , nn On. ' Wort eon or of ilunover ant,
West Luther 81" rot. Mhorlf lie has opened ono of tile
iineSt and net.t tashiboable selection of ready made
matte clothing &e., in the through of Carlisle. Mg.
stock consists iit groat vat ethos as follows, viz:
INIENS AND ILJI"S COAT.
do. do. do PANTALOONS
do. do do. VESTS.
Suits SiO itnys , from 5 to 15 years of ago. Shirts,
Melton Flannel a 114 CO g:41110r° Bosoms. Drawers, Sus
penders, Crave s. a variety of Fancy Neck 'Vies Linen
and Paper Collars,
‘ idea's Linen and - Silk liandkor:;
- FRENCII AND SOLE LEATHER.
TRUNKS AND VALISES, •
'Singlet and leather Travelling_Pngs,:ko.
All the above goods will be sold Mr Cash, at the very ,
loweht prices the and the it Markols will justify.
Purchasers will please coil and examine for -them
selves, bonne purchasing elsewhere, as my motto ill
quirk sales and short profits.
SAMUEL C. lIVYETT..
May 1. 18fia,-.3m, Agent.
I'. S. Partkularnttontion given to lloys clothing.
NOW selling at Ogilby's' for less than
city pc 4 lceq l,
CIIAS. OgILBY, Trustee.
" April 24, 186?,
7011 N K. STAYMAN
EDWIN 11. NEVIN,