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" MOWERS—FUNK; On Sabbath ovo: Oct— 7, 1606
at -home, by Ifni. Win. 0, COMIIIIIII, of Catllslo, Mr
Simon Mowery, of Frankton', to Mlo ti tlizabuth Fuk
of West Pennsborongb tap., OutnborlanEL Co,
COTV,,NMAN—ISILLOW. On - tho 4th Inst., by Nev.
soechor, Mr. 11. P. corm:ono of Ottufberloffil Co.,
to Miss }Saws O. 1311low,.ca:1'orry Co., I's.
13.110t1t—iiitst[. On salon' tiny by tho Rome, 'Mr.
John S. lAl:sr, of Bolling Springs : to MISS EI/1110 .
ktonsit. of _Motifs - ism Twp.,
- 'on I ho. Otlt Inst., b,Y
ism, Mx. J. O. Stevens, of York Springs, to Nina Liturit
-"" C. tionkor, of Carlin - 1o: - • - '
LINIL—On 11tr, third Imt., Loma MeKin, l
Anntiattue A. nr,; FIII%IOIEIII M. Line, nginl
CARLISLE PRODIJC.II 111.(111.1i.Err. .
Carlisle, October 11tb,1800.
Sup f ref le
RIM • d 0...
-GENERAL PRODUCE MARKET
CwHuh. October 11th, IBEO.
Corrected _ifreckly by inn. Bentz:
BUTTED. 1) BACON SIDES, '2
WRITE BEANS, - 1 75
J'ARED PEACIIES 25
PRIED APPLES, 150
j_ 4 IXECUTRIX NOTICE:-
:,/ Letters Tu“tarnentary on ttio ostate of Georgo
W-Itrandt r itee'd., late of Carllslu, having hewn, issard
.to Slll.llllllllll. Brandt, rosiding in tho earn° place . ,
notion to hereby given to oil poisons having elainN to
present thorn and all persons ltnlohted to make pay
F. E. BELTZLIOOVER,
Att'y. for Executrix
Dry Goods ! Dry Goods I
4. 1V Bentz, South Afrnover ;S*et,'
T hav - just made my second Pall addi-
I gon to my already great and extenslvo stock of
I have seleeled the most desirable goods find could
..be obtained In the Eastern Mantels,
paid most special
al nation to variety'- taste, And ant fully aroused
that after a thorough investigation Is made, ray
11111Letallti patrons, (the TAME,' of. cow se) havo
411 - thidr wishes gratltiod.
Itnacra variety of
L6dies' - Dress Goods,
such as Plaid and Plain Poplins. ~
Lupins, Fronch Mei.lnors of ovary shade and quality,
:-. Coburgi . ,'llous du Lalnns, and Alpaccas all colors.
k - ftrillino of ' '
ItHOURNLN G. 09.1305.
Mourning 13111,F,13innbazinos, ltopps Dnutile and Sin
gin width, all Wnnl Del,olultr, Alple-lig, English Ornpo
Crape Voile und Collar, London Mourning Printri,
Tory cheap nud good. A large Invoke of
CloOts 'and Cassimeres,
Jeans, Vvlvoi, Cords &c.
A variely o-B,Hortivale, Stinker tool Foto y
Flannels, )(Kin,Freterine. 11'ne. lie 61... n and
f;lelet Saga., I, tunnels.
Whit , . iuid Colored Sfnalennok Flannels. ff.ral Can
ton Flannel, Itrints L.e.l bottle. Clot o,.ll.teiery
. and Buttouaof av ery_hind. Shirts nod Pr:min., qn,0..,
Nahl.n. and Brealdaat thadle. fir tiet., at I,a u=t prl
t Baltneral anti Hoop Skirts, Floor eel Stair Oil
Tam proparoa enji at the lowest pricer.
MONEY CA J'S' BE SAVEn !
-13 Y -GALUNG- ON -..-.___.
who harejngt returned from the city with a splendid
Sro FE S,
egpsistinz port of "lIMILKY SHEAF." "GOT.
"NTAOAIt.k," fltON SIDES,'..NOI3I.I.ICOOIi"
awl others, which' they 1%111 innurp for FIN. MONTHS
and guarantee to be the bent linkers and Roosters In
the market. A trial will conviuro yon. - Their r
are uneorpassed Ulla side of the ',Web., among, which
Ia SPEAR'S ANTI DUST, which cNonot he beat. They
refer by pormiselnn. in Rev. Thies and others, lilt° hare
them In are. They are prepred to set HEATERS
and RA NOES at abort notice, cud call Fpoeha otten,
S N D oltD' S II EATE ,
) , ,,e..bleh they I . r:ear:mend and :Ist: you tR giro them n
trld,rtnd If not Failrfactor y they '.vlllTemore them
ivithout eharle. Am quantity of references given,
Their • Eholvos ore 1111m1 with all Millis of
r of their own Intthufartrure. which they are determined
- short. Profits, AD 1,1 1 ,d, of
SHEET IRON WORK,
ROOFING AND SPOUTING,
dour at abort noble.) reasonable terms.—J6B
BING done with
NDATNNSS AND DESPATeIi
Call;tx.aminrlnnd - hO'ißM , Ar&d thatilitiosmithlmP
Rumie stock is nosurpaseurl in boanty,,durahilipy rind_
Choll pilOPfi. and that, money can ho•savvd by dialing
with thew. Thankful fur past favors.thoy u con.
tin 113 nr.n of the‘h:ll 110.
. . . • . -
WART ROOMS a fe7 doors North of Wetzel's Hotel,
North, lleuoier Street, Carl We, in.
OLD STOVES TAKEN IN EXCLIANGE.
Oct. A 1868-3 m.
We, , w •:7:,:ac)tra)dlt.ss.!
AT CHARLES OGILBY'S
CILEAP CASIi STORE
Now open and ready for the Inspection of the public
at prices which we defy competion a large and splen
did stock of . •
.1 1 411. and Winter Googs,
L iL D L is7.D ILE!Zia S - ;
Embracing a splendid stock of Black wini — Ookired
French llorlnues, All Wed Delalliho single and double•
width, Block and FantrreolOted ,Alpsccao,_ Coburg.,
Flgurod Dolhinon, Hondoomo Plaid Poplins, Black
Silks, Bombazines, and a largti variaty °Call the differ;
oat styleo of tho nowoot styles of DrosiGoods.
Gentlemen's aiu? Boy?' Wear, • •
Intending to hoop's largos and better assortment of
Clothe andCassimeres to meet the Increased demand
for thlk.clhas of goods the publle having fiend that
made up work is a humbug on the people, I have
cbasod,m_idoek of the'very - test lushes or VW. and
Cumin:nem-that-aro iii tht, market and am prepared to
Poll them at thb vory lowest figure, also l'attlrotts,
Kentucky' Joann, Plaids Ac., for Koys wear, at lower
prierarthan they ~have boon sold for many years.
A full stock of -
- • . • 'WOOL FLANNELS,
and all the rhadea of Sack flannel N . , Oingbanol,Chockx,
Table Dlapora,k .Towellings and 'all other Danuatla
6A-LICOES = tt - n - d MUSLINS,
a-Tremendous Roelof all the makes In, the Market
v, , hlett I will sell from ono to, throe cents a yard cheap•
er than the Cheap
Fancy and Woe
of every kbado ni
ovOry article In
Also a full new .Chlldrs 6lmee
of every..doserlpt tlen:work- nd-can
' warren tovory pair .t nen mo. uo ex sp..
Reoping.the mupiiam enabled to milraimpor than
'any ,Shoo House in the Cottpth.eall and see them all
who Want good nod neat Rhos&
Thankful teethe Mend-patronage which the public,
have long accorded me I. hope
,to be able to naorlte, con
- thiumice of the same. „ .
Remember the place on tho Corner opposite the
Post °Mee and the Alothodlek Church.
Could One and All and convince yoursOlcbefere
chasing elsewhoreOeelng le believing..
: - AGENTS. WANTED. -
Yor-FRANK-1110011:VSTN.E 3 V-WOltff,---tr..._
AGENTS -will, find this • a - hook• real
•maid and intrinsic ealue—suivsoritsw—intrare ,
ly interesting and exciting—No work over a:l:ratted and
' engaged the public mind llto thlie'llverybodyt wants
It, and thousands will purchase it as 'aeon as An oppor
tunlty,ls afforded theta.. Read what Agents saynf It.
Ono °Spode:teed Agent writes; It So tho.easlust and
pleasantest Book to sell Ito, ever canvassed for ; and
eye people aro delighted with lt, tlnvOd ins: especial.
Another says : "Icemen of Alto . ii r n" is thellookr.q.
tint season. Another, 137' ORDERS IN rota Nye. .
Ono reports 17 orders the ttrAt day of mtvaashig.
• -INTELLIGENT, active mauls •OR VEMALES -will find the
sale of OA work a 'pleasant end Intranet ,estp/oyatctit.
Tuts BOON lIAS NO 0011PETITOR—IT0 011 E6 TRESU AND Now
• TO TOE PEOVLS. THE TEARITOItY'IIi CLEAN AND CLEAG. A
-- GENTS UNDERSTAND MD 'ADVANTAGES IN Tina PARTICULAR.
rm. full Tartlet:dare sehtl for Ore:ller.
•, Address •:S. EL tIMIANTON 400 "
- IN:Asylum Bt., Ilartferd,,Conp.
:WWITif • - - .
• Apphrtoorr:'lrtumPgir TUra , l:alii? pnd Lightning
'.. 11060 r:: -.'' . , . : .-.13AXTC4413, .
• ,T 1 s j P GREAT
CLOTH • G 'HOUSE.
BItO IV N-STON E C.
• 603 and 005 Chi
Ready-Mate Clothing DopEirtmont,
,t 1 mph or of
rALL t WE
Ever offered to purchnsors; cotoprlslng'llll tho .
NEWEST AND 111.0SY APPROVED STYLE
Our newly fitted up Cullom Department for Gunn,-
mon, Youths nud Boys, now contains a carefully s_o•
looted stool; of
Foreign and Domestic Goodk,
an prophrr to tunko to tinter, tho boo
nlauuer, abQ nt ronsonablo prim.
I.3cilial Deparknient. .
We hAve on hand tho largest and bast stock of
Ite4dy - Melo Boys' Clothing tho clty. ['articular
attention paid to the, mating of lloyS . Clothing' to
•, - Pro. 2. -
• a .
- 2 - 4 -;;-,
2 Z 1
Grentlonion, Youths and Boys;
Wishing clothing male to order, by sending their
measure, as per diagram, 'will Lave Choir orders prompt
ly sttuued .
lATISFACTION AND A 0001 l PIT GUARANTEED.
Samples 56):1 to any part of (Ito United Magi,.
. ROOK HILL & WILSON, -
Brown Stow - Clothing • Ball, 603 and
605 011,st nal Sired, 'Philadelphia. •
Oct. fi 1806-6 m. .
First National Bank..
Loan , and DiseouniF
Note , . oFoth., Emo ,
Una frnm - nth, l'nrll,- - ntla - linD 17rm.—
Expou Fob /1
neat Eststo II:Fill:1.0
Fnrni hire Fixi a 1..,
(hid tal, _ _.. 50.009 CO
Surplus Pond. . ' ,
40,vonnt-nual- Plulll.-untl 1-n,,,,, -0;214-49
Cll - ..ulatlon,. ' '4 torKroo
Dui., to 01.1,1 13.1111,.; autl liankera. _ ' - 20,599 29
indlr !dual Dopt- , lts. 290,006 92
DiT iderilig Unpaid,
0 et. 5,1860.
'Dm above statomont to truo to the best of ray
knowledgo and belief.
- J. C. 110FPER,
,Swern nod auhgerlbod Wofero -me Me thlra day of
On , lbor, lti66. ' . .
- ISTATE OTiC E.
jLetters of Administration nn the estate of Fred
erick Zeigler, deceased, Into of Westpunnshorough tp.,
hoes been Issued to the subscriber residing ill the
same tone=hip, by the hog - Islet of Cumberland county.
AD 'persons Indebted to cold estate nro requested to
mote home:Mite piyment, end those haying claim'
will pmeeot them Ad settlement to
DAVID 'MIKE'S, ADm'r.
Scptenilur 2S, iSCG-00
D EPOT FOR
FU RNISH riG DRY GOODS
VAN HARLINGEN & ARRISON,
No. 10013 CIIESTNUT STREET rllltA
Whom establishment for the sale of^
HOUSE-FURNISHING DRY GOODS
uin4jualL'ul iiilhgVitent and vtritifefitii"dsift
,lnant, bog to announce to 1101.1SEKLIEPEItS RENEW
-ENG TIE Eta 6uPPLYor prrsoor al,out to furnish, that
they are now receiving their
FALL 4SSORTMENT OF
FRESH LINEN, COTTON AND
WOOLEN GOODS. - •
FOR HOUSEHOLD USE, -.
• • BUOYS AS
LINEN SHEETING S,
P'l I; LOW LINENS, ,
PI L.mcii - musiaNs., -.. '-..-
DAMARK TABLE CLOTHS, .
DAMASK. NAPKINS, •
it I,A NICETS, '
TABLE — AN M
D - EWROTD ERRE' PIANO - AND -'I'A'WL'Ei
,, _ • COVERS',
AIM - every other article sultaldo for a ii:oIl ordered
I ousehold. ' - , 1" : Hoot. 28,113e0-1 m.
-FOURTH. and ARCH Streets,.
Tarp now completed their IMPROVEMENT add aro
now offering on the BEST of Thilal e - - -
&oclo, II'ALL .DILY GO OD
Vino Stock of SHAWLS,
Fine Etoelc of BILKS, : - -
Fine StocV, of DRESS GOODS,
• ° Vinn.Stocl° of WOOLLENS, •
Fin, Block OISTAPLII GOODS,.
Fine Stock of FANCY - GOODS, etc.,
A,»- , Nnw and riedraide Gonda daily received, and
Sold at. Smnll 11JVIIIICO
Novelties in Wedding and Vtsiti;
• ing Cards.
11E latest „London and Paris Styles
Inltlaln stamped MI riper and ouvolopos In;colore
'lt :Fl OF WARM:. - • _
It. HOSKINS 4: CO.,
Importing Btatlonors and Card Engravoril,
012 AlCil St, Fhlla.Pa.
Ordom bY Mall will receive prompt attention. •
September as, 11320-31 n ~•
:ontags and Shawls
1414 ~_XECUTirik% ' -NOTICE.—.• - - -
.Letters Testaminitory on the oatato of Leonard
Diller diagd , tutu of Monroe townslild deceased having
been issued to'..the eubscaiber reiddliig in the onto
township; notice to hereby given to all persons having
claims to present them, and those Indebted to mate
Immediate payinot4,l,o ,„ .
fia,Milf iigie Platt; .
. . , -...
Aug .10, 1.800-70 t... - - ,
RPE CARPEANG S.
, . •
your-attenton- io-niited - to my' iatgo
and elogant 'stork of Dr and
Ingrain - OARPETINGS; of Mil best - I
nukes and newest
CARPETS,.OII 'Cloths, Window Shades, ste.,—wlll 'bp
sold low—Whales:llo and Retail, for Cash I
a. T. DELACROIX,
No. S 7 South Second Street above, .IThestnut Phila.
'Aug. :11 180-3 m, • ' • ,
Tvins"Ratopt • Ilair-Crincrpers.
Fur Crimping and Waving Ladics?
NO 11.1tAT lINQUINRD 'll , 4l3BlNdlllllSt.' ' •
2. Aalr pitr Storokonper for thim. It Ito &km not trOoD
'Num; xertitt_to tho manufacturer—E. IVINt3, Sixth Bt.,
anyl Coluniblzt Av. I?
28,.1601.1—t1 • - - • • • • •-• ,
w d t- taL th air , ad-,
yaiitago to call and purchar titolr iN i tzt r y i rai v a s t . •
ridI OTOGR.4PIi ,Al 4
: sizes, aµd -•
/6, 1865. , - - AT lIAVI3IIB7IOHB
4,NTATCJIIES and Jewelry repaire'd iit
y- 6 the noyqowolry t3t9ro,
Carhalo Pa. October 1, 1806
1 .f:10 00
143.7 3 3 u 43
r-'3E1..4. 13 1.W-100;
OF FOREIGN AND • DOMESTIC
LEIDICH & MILLER'S,
CHEAP EMRORIUM OF FASHION AND FEB
COME ONE ! COME ALL I 1
And coo for yourservea the Grandest opening today
of all varieties and description of Fall and Winter
Goode suitable for the present. and coming seasons,
just purchased from the large auction sales that have
lately talon place .
NE TV YORK and PHILADELPHIA
Tho Stock 1e now - completodn all kinds and varieties
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
Snell . as Plain and Dress Silks 'Poplins, Poplin
Item, Plaid Poplins, Elguvid Romig, Figurod Merinos,
and Cosiiineros, Plain and Frobch Mariposa of ovory
ggohty and shade, Pronell Mohairs, all A•onl MODS do
colors, .Coburga, Eng. Morinoes,
Eng.llopins PlaldSashmeros commutil.
ty ploaso rosuomber Unit
LEIDIOR & -MILLER'S
tho propor piaci) to purchase all kinds of
an our stbelt - IValwaya Nvoll , supplled ,with all grades of
Ultutehud and Unl,lenchaa Muallus, Shillings, Shoot
ings, Pillow Casa Aluslinh, Ticking/4 Chucks, Canton
Fianna's, Table Manors, Olughams,
IliOhl i2. I ,4I4Iit , YARD UP T 022
II yard wfila, Faatory and .Shaker - I , Trliuols oP - ali
alltion for Sliirtiog, 11 , 11Ite. Rod, Yollow and Gray
novels, Plaid -Factory Plannola, for Drobsos, Sack
II Cloaking Nauru:ls,
lust recolvlng from Now York, tho latest Styli's of _tho
ooson . •
CLOAKING AND MANTILLA CLOTHS
by tho yard, In alllfdritnd Colors, Shawl . slbilikddea`
Meson owl Children. - r riAr
1 OURNING GOODS
Wo alwCays pay strict Paton Mon to koop a full supply
on hand. Mourning Silks,llombar.lnos, Poplins,. Copps,
Casiouros, Thlbbott Cloths, doublo and sintclo vldth,
Dohalnos, !Slohatrs, AlpitecAs, Crape Volts, Crapo Col
lars, Gloves, kg,
CALL THIS WAY
for,your supply of WOOLEN GOODS, as we have in
this line all the novelties of the season.
Ilood — sof every size and quality for Ladies Misses and
Children, Hosiery, Uinves,
MEN AND"'-BOYS WEAR,
- - Always - thamont - complete stock In the'market - of
Clots sna•Cassimeren, Vestinge, all kinder& Over Coat-
Inas, Battlnetts Joann Lluon Chain, Velvet Cord, ke.
Caving socured:tho seivicon of a
MAST CLASS TAILOR,
we'are enabled to have Clothing made up at r) . 9 , ..1 . 5 . 1r .. !
NOTIONS 1 .NOTIONS I r
In endlosivarieties. Jonvlntescrolobrtibed KM Oloses,
Cloth and Burllu Gloves for Gonts' Ladibs', Men and
Obildienl — llOslery of all klndv.flooped Skirts, Ital.
mare.' Skirts, -Linen nod Silk andkubblefs, Tiled.
pings; Ribbons, l'ronch Corsotts, and aStbousand oth
er Kotions not mentioned bore. - .
FETS I FURS I FURS
A fresh stook of all gradeo and qualltlos of Muffs
Capes, Collars and TlppoUs, for Ladlos', Man and Ohll
drou. - -
you will always find the best stock of
CARPETS CARPETS I 1
of all grndes,.from thoilsrops up to tho tent Croooloy
FLOOR OIL oLovis, ALL WlRlngi
COCOA AND CANTON MATTINGS,
FELT CDOTHS, AND „DRUGGITTS,
-1 11L - A - ITICET
•• i •
Abovo wo siva you a partial Hat of lead ng art%eles
'of 'our stock, and sztend a cordial ,Invitatlon to all
persona of ' agas and all saxes to glio on a call befbro
making your purclunies this fall, alma are fully pre-
pared to prove the fact that wo do purchame out goods
or fret class houses in Newitork and Philadelphia,
and that wo aro.dotorrnitiod not to be undersold by
any ileums in tho county ; and will also take' great
.Vgallutetoszlilbit tin; ehoapnet, tho largest and the
Azioardibeittis stook of , desirable goods on this ablaut
Ile not forgotthe plasoand well known stax4, °Attu!
Corner; sign ill'tho Osrpot Hill
MASS MEETINGS !
L: T. GREENIIELWS
I beg leave to call your spociatattention to my late
purchase of French - .and - Englieli:liprilloods; of my
owrfieloctions, which for beauty of -doidgn and &brie,
I think auspaesea any thing over before Okhlbited in
POPLINS PLAIN and PLAID,
•----ALPAOAB-IN-BYBBYBIIALB. - --- -
Also a beautiful avrOrttilont
• full lino of
I &siesta mention particulurly my stock of 110 MB
which ere without doubt the beet Rome Mad* goods
over offered In Ude , town.
S T GOODS.
A GREAT VAEITITITY
Trim irs as .
f would resiciatiully Bay tti tha' inblisy If Itipi
will give and a call, I can siko7 the ill aoliat, hr Blylee
end Quaint. .km; et such roFitrksbir. low prloes that(
all admit that. coy goodm . en4;lilyoit dory oimpt•
'llizininotbk,y9liysol , o m 4 1
EMPRESS OLOTIiB, &t.
s . c. j-c., t
&c. &c. &0.,
~,~, ' h
W. 0. SAWYER, , & Co.
BAST MAIN SyßEPali . TINDER Rllvirr6
Ilavo Juvt.opdnnd the i r untlvallo4 stock o
FALL .AND. - WIN, It
CRY" Cl-003DS :
Bou'ght from A. T. Stewart, &00., H. B. Clollln,& Co.;
Bonbrlght & Co., Itolgle, - Bloter & Co., Hollowell,
Gardner & oo.:rOut other first done Rouses
W. - c. SAWYER, & coo
Rairpoctf9lly Invito tho attention of tho Ladles Co
hok elegant ahsormaiit:Of
Containing the latest styles and kinds of goods selling
in . the Now York - Markets:
In ell the variable of colors d etyloe. ' •
WOOLEN DRESS GOODS
of every ktod
Figure and Plain,•Rope.
• Poplins in elf ColOree:
• Merinoos of every shade,
Barred, Striped and Plain
Medium Priced Goode,
.Domestic Delainee, "
C. C. - SAWYER, & CO
Asks the attention of the Ladies- to their beautiful
New Styßi Mantles
Largo stock of
4nArltry-color. and bty I o.
W. C. SAWYER, 84.C0.,
nava purchased a fun lino of
Sept .21, mg°.
A CA ItlL—Tho Mercantile business in alLits various
branches will bo continued at the old' establishment,
and the public patronage is respectfully solicited by
L.l'. GREENFIELD. ,
, Dept. 21 ' 1866.
We give groat attention to this department and desire
an inspection of our goods. FUNERAL GOODS OF
W. C. SAWYER,.& CO
Asks the SOrtealid•tittiftitton of the Gentlomon tOblir
.last stock of
NGLISII AND AMER-
OVER COATINGS, _.
• JEANS; ie.,
. , .
'A first class Tsllor .- 1.111 malco up st - nbort notice In
the beet style, coy of the above:goods
-61.1 : itinds of Alone and Curtailing goods.
Drawers, Undershirts, )
• Hose, . liantivor Busk
• • .
*: O.• SAWYER & Co
Auk housekeepers to ekarpluk' their poll - selected
• DAAISSKS, &o
All the various kinds Domoetio goode kept Itelm
'TABU DIAP ERS,. '
And all kinds
, •0 4 :: 1 03:)8.
DAIAORA.L, auciIIOPBISIRTO. ,
Beat and oilislieSt fn town. • ; '
BAGS and 13A6GING,
Inltaet oreryti lig to Induce purchasers to 'Eglis na s.
501. W6'110140 to mid to our reputation tor Saying ,
ihelsrasst quantity of good,s at the Irrest prices, with
the beet atientioli - , of any
°1 7 1 ? .4 7 11134 *t -tau % reme~ . bee the pld d\,
Bast Malp,St:oirior itippy's -
lIEGISTER'B noticE.-:—Notiae ' is
botchy given to all ponaniU interested, that tlio
tlliZeing acco to have , boo. flied in' this Office, by
the accoutxtutit's herein • named, for examination, and
Wiillie presented - theOrphaneiDourtAiDiltoDericrid
Bounty, for CQIIO nation and allowauce,..mx:Tuesday,
Ociobor 23,..A. D. 860. -
• 1. liDst and. nal account of Mrs. Thiqpny Shelly
and Jossedithally Administrators of Valentino Shelly,
late of the Borrough of Carlisle, deceased..
2. FICA aifit iiiittlTlMMilinifhlr,7l. - Alitry Moudy;Ad:.
ministratrix of James Moudy, lido of the Borough of
8. 'First and flnalaccount of Gaorgo Warta; Admin;
rlstmtor.of laraelliusty, hate of Hompthin townahlp.
deceased.- •„. .
9. - First and final account ofJamosMeOulloulpi end
Sagan Wllt. Executors of thu last Will and Tentamont.
of Eleanor Wilt, into of West Pon nshoro township;
5. Tho Administration account of Benjamin McKee
bon, Executor of Wm. O. Davidson, deceased.
6. Thu Brat and final In:caitiff, of Whilam 91. Brown,
-Administrator of Diu Estato of James alsgaw, Into of
ABM, township, deconsatl. .
7. Guardianship account of Alax. Elliott, Guardian
of Catarina B. Bowman, a minor child df J acob Bow
man, of Mifflin township, deceased. Settled by his
• ',xoeutor, John Jacobs. ""-
8. Accontit of ailehnol Brandt, Adrninistrittor of
Martha Brandt, late of West Pannoboro township, do
.„ . .
9. Nltilt and final account at William MeKoo, Adf
mlnlstrator "de boas non," with tho Will annaxod o.
-Josofih McKeeilato - pflyost — rannaboro- towneltip,Ae
IQ. First and Huai account of Jacob Barber and•
- Samuel D. Hoff, 'Administration of Henry U. Hoff do•
ceased. • •
_ ,11. -First and final account of-Jan Miller, Admin
istrator of the Estate of Andrew F.l3rownAtroll, Into of
Silver Spring township, docoased., .
12. Tho first addilnal account ofJamos Nesbit, Ad-
,miniel rotor of SarrthSprout, doceased. ' .
e- 13. Tho account of John Waggoner, Guardian of
Wilson Lehn, a minor child ofPoter Lolin deceased.
14. Account of Hoary Mower, Adm inistrator of
Isalh - Mowor,-deceased.
16. First and final account of E. It, Eystor, Admin
istrator with tholV ill annex ad, of Charles thinly, late
of Ponn township, deceased.
16. First and final account of George Yoh, A dmlnin
trator-of Margaret Yoh, late of South Middleton town. ,
17. First and partial account of John If.- Wood
burnono of the Admirers of Jan-M. Woodburn, late
of the Borough of Nowville, deceased. - ---
G.' W: NO.RTII,'RegYter.
&pt. 22, 1860. • t+- -
To the Helmand Legal Represoittativos of OCOrgo'
Smith, late of the 'Borough of Shlppanaliurg, County
Take Notice that by virtue of a writ, of PartiOou
mid Valuation, ballad out of the Orphism' Cdirt of
Cumberland county, and to me directed, I will hold an
Inquost_twdlvide, part or.salue thu real estate of eald
Moused, on the promisee, on Thuraday,,the lgth day
of October, HOG, at 12 o'clock noon, &Jen and whore
you may attend If you think proper
' JOUN JACOBS, Sheriff.
Shorlff'p Offica, Onriisto , Soil. 22,1806.-4
_. -Dissolution-of Partnership."
PiCITICE is4iereby given that the co
. . partrierihip heretofore existing betweoia W. J,
amsron and A. N. Sheaferr was this day dissolved by
mutual -- consent. All persons havin6 claims against
tho said- firm_ will present them toll, J. Cameron for
settlement, and those indabted.wilf please call and
settle their accounts. , .
W. J. CAMERON,
, A. W. EiIEAFER.
•Carllele, Sept. 22, 1860—M •
N.D. Tho buntline; will hereafter be conducted at
the old .statut ay Cameron & lirp. Thankful for past
&von, we respectfully solicit the further-pntronago of
the public. -CAMERON & BRO.
WHEREAS, — the Hon. JAMES H.
Gamma, President Judge of the several Courts
of Common Pleas of the counties of Curaberland, Per
ry, aud Juniata, and Justice of the several Courts of
Oyer and Termindr and General Jail Delivery In said
comities, and IS icha olCocklin and Ilfigh tu erg - Judges
of tho Courts of Oyer arid Terminer and Jail Delivery
fot the tfial of all capital and other offenders, in the
said county of Cumberland, by - their precepts 'to •me
directed, dated the 27th day of August and tho let
day of, September, A. D., ISO,' have ordered the
Court ''of Oyer and - Terminer - and General Jail
Delivery to be holden at Carlisle on the 2d Monday of
November, 1806 (it being the 12th day,) at 10 o'clock
the ferenoon, to continue two weeks.
NOTICE Is hereby given to ties Coroner, Justices of
the Peace, and Constables of the said county of Cum
berland that-they are by the sold precept commanded
to be then and there in their proper persons, with
their rolls, records, and ineuisitionsintaininations,and
all other rein, rubrances, to do those things which to •
- their oilles appertain to-be Alone, and _all those .that
aro bound by recognisances,io prosecute against the
‘ prisoners that ire or then shall be ,in the Jail of - said
county, are to bit there - to - prosecututhem as shall be
Just. - JOUN JACOISS,
NOTICE.—An adjourned Court of Common Pleas
for the county of Cumberland, will convene at Ma
ngle, on Monday, November 6th, at 10 o'clock, to con-
Mune ono week.
Dissolution of Partnership
NOTICE is - hereby given that theico
partnornhip heretofore existing beVweifil the
under signed In Carlisle, under the firm titune,oft3reen
fl old & tillesfor, has. this day boon dissolvefEby mutu
al consent, A. it. Eheafor withdrawing from the busi
ness. The , books will remain in the hands of L. T.
Greimfield at the present place of business on 'East.
High Street. - Persons knowing themeelvei indebted
to the firm will please make immediate pa, meut to
him, and those having claims present thesis for settle
g, , STATE STATE NOTICE.-
Letters of Adn hilatration en the estate of
Sankt U. Keeney. dec'd. late of Carliale,Cumberland.
Co, Pa. havingbeen issu d to,tho subscriber residing
in the same piece: . Notice is hereby given to all per.
sons indebted to make payment and those having
claims to present them to
9(ipt. 14, 1866'J:-6t
. • Office Cl. V. M. P. co. 1
September 10th, 1866. j
NOTICE is hoteby - givep—tbut - lin as-
'Alinement of Res per cent ban this day been
lev:od by the Board of Directors of the abovo company
on all Premium notes belonging- to the name, and in
!erre on thollrst of July last—Payable in Thirty days
from thin dote. ' By order of the Board
• . JOHN T.-ORDEN,
Sept. 14, 1805.-4 t— • , ,
WANTED.—An energetic businCse
man to take charge of Measly of the book
'Tried and True,' and the engravings "Childs- Pray
r" and "The First Lesson," In Cumberland Co. Also
(rues Agents everywhere. hikes. W. J. HOLLAND
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CAME to the residence - of the eubeeri
her, In South Middleton Twp.. -- on the Virst of
September, a young Steer, 2 yearn old, the animal of
red color, without any marks. Theowner will prove
property, pay charges and take the Steer awaY s _tithern
wise It will be disposed of according to law.
- WM. it. prio.-
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:THE ;CONFESSIONS AND EXPE
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complete asecrtment of Cedar Ware, comprinlng
Tube. Churns, Buckets, Boatel and Pock measures,
Wash Rubbeds, dc. Just received aE the old and cheap
hardware Store of -
inst . Min Strad, noxt door to Ilippoy'a Hotel.
Sopt., 13. 1866.
Valuable Town Property at Private
Ic j[ 4 oZoonlaitiink 75 feet front on Louth
or ' steniii abovo Pitt, by 240 feat In depth to
kineon Alloy. Tho buildings nre three good •
• 71;1 WELLING .HO USES,
Two of which ere on LrTuthor St.„and one on Dick'.
ion Alloy. F T: terms Ac. Apply
April 8, 1868
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RE in every respect first class,
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A. M. TRIMMER,
August, 17i 1860
Gas Fitting and Plumbing
THE subscribers , having permanently.
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the public patronage. Their shop is situated on the
public Square lo rear of the lot Presbyterian Church,
where they can always be found.
Being experienced mechanics, they are prerared to
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, -----WATER WHEELS, •
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_ " Ornamental bronco,. • $O5
" Sliver pldtod,. . $75
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__Lotter B._ machine.
_.________ PS •
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- LARaE. AMOUNT' OF REAL.
L '. - .ESTATE AT PUBLIO,SALE,-,Qn. IPidriesday,
October 24, 1800, at. the Court House; in the Borough
of Carlisle. the following described Real '1 State wiltbe
sold - without reserve. - - ' -
No. 1. A .-Llmestene , Farm In West P,annsboro
.Twp throo Mies west of Carliebh. containing about .
00 ACRES. The improvements area -
large twoutorY DOUBLE LOG UOUS "
and b RAMA BAIIN,:mid. other - n- •il,
voniont out‘buildinge. •
Town Property a large BTO E 110081: AND LOT
of ground, on the North West C roar of North and Pitt
streets, containing 130 feet in front and 180 feet 1n
depth to an alley, with pilvilege of said alley.__L .
Eight MUCK LIOOBES and Lots ol ground fronting
on. North Street, and adjoining the above described,
_each 18 feet front, - (except:lll° two end
ones which are oath 21—feet,front) and-110 feet In
depth to an alloy. •
Mob 3 two and half story MUCK 1101LIBES, situate
on the South Wool Corner of North and Pitt Stref.s,
fronting on Pitt stroat, containing 20 foot In front and
110, feet in depth to an alloy, with . Irivllege of said
Also, 2 Two-story .FRABIE MOUSER 'and Lota of
ground, fronting on West Louthor Street, containing
each 20 toot In front and 240 foot in depth to Locust
alloy, with stabling.
. Also 8 Lots. of ground unimproved, 'fronting
Inigue's Road iminedintely in the roar oftho abOve de
scribed property, containing each 24 foot in front and
110 feet back to a 90 reetalley.
-The sato -to commonco at 10 o'clock 'on said 'day
when duo attdndunco a 111 be given by . .
- Parsons desirous of. viewing the- properties sopa - of
obtaluing further leformatiou ns regartis terms dte.,
will applyto ' A. L. SPUNSLhIf,
Seal Estate Agent.
Oct. 6, 1R66-3t
VALUABLE LIMESTONE FARM
- -- AT PRIVATE - SALE.
A Valuable Limestone . Farm is offered
4. at Myatt) Bale. Containing
• Two Hundred Acres •
Mora or less. 'Situate - % West 'Pennsborotigh Tw'p.
CutuberlatoiCoUnty ; seven calla , west of Carlisle am!
within ono fourth mile of Kerrovillo 'Station' on C.
R. It Tho Land-is of the fittest quality for farming
purposes. The improvements aro wood
STONE DWELLING HOUSE,-
Wagon and Corn !louses, and all ether necessary out
The farm contains about silty acres of very hoary
'timber land, and is very easy of acceas—a public road
passes through the land north and south, and also
another public road forms the entire norittesti bouncily
the'rbials crossing at right - angles about ono tired
yards from rho building on limo north aids. - Thi and
in espiclally .valuable on.account of strong . Indira ions
of . Iron existing upon ‘ho Burins°. The stream of,
water callbd Mt. Rock Spring,. pumas through . the -
For Terms Itc., address: '
T. C. WOODDURN,
-- Oct: si-1866-4t
PUBLIC SALE OF REAL . ESTATE
On Thursday October 18, 1886
of HE-subscriber.. will' offer at public
.10 on tho pfomises,the followlngdoseribod tracts
of and situated In South Middleton T'ownshlp, CtUn
• No.l, ' A tract of land containing .
----- • FIFTEEN- ACRES,, ~ -
at the Yellow Breeches Creek, bounded by lands of
Oen. Tonged D. M. Zeigler and.Mhers, about two
milee west of Boiling Springs. • '
The imprnientents aro n_good tyko
story; HOUSE, Wasishouse, a good'
t.,,_ ~,._,..b orn. a never failing well of watee,
, -:.• ~ A• f re• - k a thriving young orchard of choke
•__..- -•----- fruit. ,
No. '/.. A tract of land containing 10 acres;'about
'one-,lntlfullic west of No. 1, on tho road leading from
'lldling , Snrinlie to Papertown, good land, all undm
oultivation. 7llso a thriving young orchard of Applo
-treorr - dif this tract.
No. 3. Ktract Of mountain timber land containing
44 , A n'aretb about one-half mile e ,at of Paportourtb Well
env, ed with I hrivlng youug'..titabur. cuay of access
and very near the Battlement. Persons wishing to
view the properdes can du so by calling at the resi
dence of the stilncriber, ono-half mile taut of PapPr
town. gale ,to connuonce at 10 o'clock A. 61., and
terms made known by -
Oct. 5, 1866. „ -
A Valuable Farm at Public Stila
071 ' Ilrednesd,ay Ociober 10 18110_
Y virtuo of an order of tho Orphans'
Court 'of-Surolwrlund County, undur proceed
partition the suh.eriber will soil a ram lo
per Allen Two.. auinlierland CO., V., late the proper
ly of David-Zoolr, -dec'd,l -.1110-south or-Shepherds
town, 3 miles south of Vechaniesburg on the. Lisburn
in ACRES and 186 PERCHES,
having thereon erected o
13'A NK.BAR N,
and all nocessarf out-buildings aloe chnico Milt. The
land is partly limestone and partly honatono, 'ln
good cultivation and under pood•rencing,
— Sale to connnenco at one• O'clock on said dny when
terms will be made known by
Clilllgmt St.! MOIL__
Administrator of David Zook, dec'd.
loffer a farm lying on - the - FrOutli - -side_nf_
Cidlndpguinet Creek, part in Middlesex, I — nil part
in Silver Spring Townships, Cumberland County, Iwo
miles from Railroad, Kingsbm, and seven miles east of
Carlisle, adjoining lands of Ito,Vert Ileagy,lleirtlainver
and others Containing one hundred and thirty one
ACRES, of fruo atone and about third of slate land,
and fifteen acres of thriving young Chestnut Timber
within four miles of farm, and an Orchard of Pears and •
Cherries, with a two-story BRICK ;
HOUSE, BANK BARN, and all other e. 11 .1
necessary improvements, for further
particulars, call on Subscriber in Car- .
lisle, who will give a Bargain and make
'terms easy, as ho if; unobla to attetal Ott
• JOHN ZOLLINQEIt
Sept. 14, 18e4-13t
pUI3LIC. ALE OF R E VSL - -
It ABLE LOTS.:—The heb, of illizabeth Shunter.
deed., will soli at public sato on 3londay, October 15.
11160, Ebro(' valuabla.lota of ground nituate at Boiling
Springs, In CumbeFland County. .Thu loin contains
ouch 40 Toot irrfront and 72 itudaptlii' fronting a pub
lie road. -
Lot No. 1. has eructed on It a large two
story BRICK ROUSH AND BACK BUILD -97:
IND, FR AME dr ABLE. and Rind . news. ••• ,rl
hisont.buildinge. This is a moot desire
his property having water and choice _2l.
fruit on the ground. ,
Lots Npx. 2 and 3. Aro vacant iota butlci a good
state of cultivation.
All the properties aro in a good and pleasant neigh.
I'm sans desiring to vibes these pmperties can do so
by calling on.those.who now occupy them.
- Sale to commence at 1 o'clock of midday whim terms .
will be made known . . . .
lIY TILE HEIRS ,
of Elizabeth Sheaffer
Sept. 21, leaq
HARDWARE,-IRO*: . Bcc.
AT HENRY SAtiTON'6'l
CHEAP HARDWARE STORE,
EAST ArAIN STREET,
NEXT DOOR TO TIIE COIIMAN DOUSEi
Ihave just 'retained from the East with
the largest and best selection of HARTMARE
ever offered In old !Cumberland, and am able to sell
the following articles a little lower than elsewhere in
the eounty. -,All orders attended to personally and
with our nad:promptness. 00(Itiff delivered Wall
parts of the rase 01' ousnue."_ Hammered. Rolled
and En lleh Refined Iron, Horee•Shoe Iron, Russia
Sheet Iron, Burden's 'Horse and Mule Shoes, Norway
Nall Itotte,'Sandersen's Cngt Steel English and Ameri
con Blister Steel. Sleigh Solo Steel,' Spring Steol,.Car
-rine Sp inge,Carrlage Axles, ac. The largest assort
ment el .'""M
CARRIAGE & WAG.O.N-FIXTURES-
yot offered, such' as
Plaid and Finished Shafts, Sleigh Run . :
• '710'8 5 &C., &C. '
~Rosetulido; - Scotland - and - Dam rick ,Coment, fill - war
ranted fresh, Douglas' and Cowing's • ' -
IRON AND CHAIN. PUMPS. •
POWDER.—A, full stock of Dupont's Rock, Mean d
Duck Powder, Safety Pune, Picks,lttocks, Drills
Cw-bars, Sledges, ,
.which wo will null lows Country merchants supplied
at IClRll , lll4CtUreift prices.
PAIM'S.—SO Tone of the fullowing,brands of, White
Lapel and Zinc'
Likerty; , - ,
, Crystal, • '
(PLODS of every description, Dry and in Oil in inlet
and tubed, ithm; tiold.heaf, French and Berman Leaf'
Biotite, de. . - • ,
American d 0.,.
Einon , India do.
• •. (11LS 'and VAANlSlliti'p
Lihomoi Si!, ."; ' - •'. TurpOnSitay • •
Conch, ornlett do., `
; .Wish 'do.,
y urnlturo ,
` 'YAM do.,
Whit d Dunne do:,
Troh te.ther do
• Also, Putty, Lithargo, Whiting, (HIM, Bhollils 80. 1 u.
,Chalk, Almon, Oopporot, hoehs, ?hutch +, Loom:soh dc,
T nE Patwit• 011 1 9 . Corn Thitiketr
; , _; •
opt. 12,186 e. • -
Folios; 4 ivritiii - 1) '''Jr 13
,qs A ,
';jl_ ilautmotndardsF o titneaot: liiisoription eifilar;,;;;
°nal '44 Drug. FiludyiktuLpook 13toree.
IMONDS,— :. , jj . ~, :4
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Burnt, Roso,togoo, VIAIlla and Chocolate.. ,-
ea, 16, 1668 i 1:' -- . --- - - ATAAVEIti3TiOga::-