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Carlisle American Volunteer (Newspaper) - February 06, 1862, Carlisle, PennsylvaniaAmerican Volunteer j0iin b. Bratton Eil Itoi amp proprietor. Carlisle pa., february 6, 1sc2. 41 forever float that Standard Sheet i. Where breathes the foe inf a lulls before us with Freedoine s soil beneath our feet a and i a Edom s Banner waving Over us a a of several articles prepared for this Issue of our paper were crowded Cut by new advertisements. Publio s for the following sales Havo been re costly printed at this office. A Drefs Dnn pop Delv tf�?Ts�ilibli1ti�?~,twrfs7.ytt his residence in Dickinson twp ship a Short distance from the Stone tavern on tuesday Febri Inry 25, consisting of work horses Brood snare cows and Young cattle hogs and shoats and farming utensils of every kind. A personal property of John Zinn in Penn township near Centre vile on thursday february 6, consisting of horses cows Young cattle potatoes by the Bushel and farm implements., personal property of Frederick Bluntzer in Frankford township two Miles from Blo Servillo on Friday february 21, consisting of Hor is and Colts cows and Young cattle dogs sheep Sleigh sled and every description of farm implements. A personal property of Samuel Beetem in Monroe township on thursday february 20, consisting of horses cows Young cattle Breeding sows and farm implements. A personal property of John mater jr., in Penn township Ono mile South of Eyster a tavern on monday february 24, consisting of work horses brood1 Mare Colts cows and Young cattle hogs sheep potatoes Hay porn fodder Grain ground and farm imply mensa. Personal property of 51. Dark at his residence in Silver Spring township near Lei digs tavern on saturday 51 a veil 1, consisting of 10 head of horses cows and Young cattle 33 hogs sheep and a great variety of farming implements. four Smiths arrested on suspicion of murder had a hearing before Esquire six Tonsler on thursday and were discharged no evidence being pro Lucid against them., let Sambo alone. For Good pcs Sake let us Loso sight of tho negro and strive to ameliorate tho condition of tho White Mau. The st. Louis die publican says As it touches upon the abolition fallacies and. Forcibly asks Quot where arc those general uprisings of the Slavos so confidently Popli Elcied in certain quarters As the inevitable result of Ivil War where Aro those Servile Butch Orion that heated imaginations conjured up As the probable result of on Dom Ostio conflict ? whore is that Universal unrest of the Blacks which was expected to deplete the Southern states of the a Brawny sons of toil a and Lead them to a Safe ref ago in the North ? Thoro have been no insurrections and Thero Are Likely to be none. May not therefore the abolitionists who Havo Boon mistaken in this idea be equally mistaken in Many other notions that they no so constantly and per tenaciously forcing upon tho Public the Holiday season is Over when custom allows the slaves of tho South almost unrestricted Liberty and yet to have heard of no Gigantic revolts such As have been promised As following the occupation of the Southern country by the Federal troops. Isnit it a pit to try to wreck a country out of pm tended consideration for a race who can have no appreciation of such sacrifices for their benefits a. United bretheren Pennsylvania conference of tho United Brethren in Christ convened at West Fairview in this county on the ,16th ult., and adjourned on the evening of the 20th. Bishop Edwards More frauds upon Hie government York correspondent of the Philadelphia Ledger tolls the following Story a a the private Rove Latsons. Not for Eyo As Yot which accompany the new spa por from the Burnside expedition i regret to say Are of a character to make tho Public Starri and a a Somo respects to throw tho disgraceful develop amp ments of the Van Wyck committee Quito into tho Shade they who Havo listened to those revelations and been made acquainted with tho worthless character of some of the vessels palmed off on tho government Only wonder that the winds and the Waves spared so Many of them Thero must have Beon crooked dealing too in regard to tho As Well As to the vessels. In Somo vessels were wanted they could now Cro be found and in others tho provisions Aro said to have been wholly unfit for consumption though Large supplies of the former had been contracted for to ibo put on Board Whilo tho Quality of tho latter was stipulated to to a no. 1. General Burnside himself is said to have expressed himself in tho strongest terms of indignation upon being informed of these impositions he also expressed Somo Satis fue Tion that the Bills of certain contractors were still unpaid As in that Case tie remedy was easy Othor allegations of a Biko character Are made but As i have said Are not in a Shapo As a yet to to published Congress however May As Well set about putting another investigating committee in commission a form of treason a against tho government More richly deserving of the severest punishment than that which furnishes insecure vessel for tho transportation of our troops and unhealthy food for their consumption. Contractors engaged in this business together with their Adios , a foraging saturday last a foraging party from Frederick belonging to Gen. Banks division consisting of Twenty seven four mule teams arrived in Carlisle Tatuch to the. Surprise of on citizens. They were after forage i Hay Corn and Oats which they succeeded in obtaining and on monday started on their return trip. It is strange indeed to at they Ltd to drive so far without being Able to procure the forage they wanted. John a Aro rejoiced to learn that our Young townsman Seargeant John Adair late of company a., 7th regimen now quartered at Camp pics Pant has been promoted to a second lie tenancy in company g. Of the same regiment. Young Adair was of our employ As Ohio of the clerks in the Post office for Somo time and to know a the Good qualities of his head and heart and feel gratified to. Bear of his promotion. He is one of the Best officers in Trio Volunteer Lanks and we doubt not will Wear Bis new honors with becoming modesty and dignity. / shot. Dead by her learn from tho Shippensburg Ketch that on tues Day week last a Young woman by the Namo of Pye living Midway Between Shippensburg and , was shot dead by her brother. A lad of some ten or Tolvo a cars of ago. Tho boy took a gun which had been standing in a lower room of his fathers House and was coi it Eov eying it up stairs where to observed his sister engaged in making a bed and raising it up told her he. Was a a going to shot pulling the trigger of tho gun it wont off the Load lodging in the head of the a Sfortunato girl and killing her instantly. The boy state that he was Union pious of Thero being a Load in tho gun and bad no intention of committing the murderous act. A off it is a matter of us Teriso to those not aware of the secret of mercantile operations How it is possible for Eyster amp Bitows. Of Liani Kersburg to dispose of such i Menso quantities of goods As they Are now Selling and at such very Low prices. Indeed at prices much below what they could Purchase Tlle Samo goods for in Trio Easler cities. But the facts in the Caso Maleo the matter very Plain. They having anticipated a Large Advance in the Price of All kind of goods made from Cotton and having ample Means undo extraordinary Large purchases of Cali Coes muslims Chint Zes ticking and of everything else kept in a Woll regulated store. Thoy Aro now Selling tho very boat qualities of Cali Coes such As Spragues Merrit necks Coch eos and american prints at 12 ets. Per Yard. Ivo a would Call attention of our readers to their Large advertisement in tho nest Pogo. Wood of Virginia this conference territory is bounded on tho South by the Pennsylvania and Bla Rylund line on the East by tho Susie Hanna River and on tho West and North by the counties of Fulton and Perry and embraces an area of six counties and the City of Baltimore. The following Are tho appointments made for the ensling year Chambersburg m. Bishop p. E. Stations Quot Chambers Burgh a. Dickson. A Orrstown a. Baltzell. Big Spring a. A Cules Toek. Rocky Spring a in. Burdia \ a 1 circuits. Agreen castles a. Tripner. Alto Dale a Altman. a. Young. Path Valley a. Ivy. Humberger. Bethany 5iissori�?j. Vilt. York District win. B. Baber p. A.stations., a. Baltimore German j. Sand. Baltimore English up. Bishop. Yorkus. Enterline. A. Shoops re. C. Smith and j Leacock. Circuits. Carlisle a. G. Shoaff. Perry a. S. Springs a. Eberly. Liverpool a. Jones. Bonders Villez a. Y. Ilum Milbaugh. Littlest own i. C. Weidler. York ii. Brown. Blanchester a. Clem. Paradises a. Gorl. Ickesburg Mission a. Seh lighter. Tho next annual conference will be held in Grce Nastle Franklin county. ,. J56?&Quot by tho arrival of tho Steamer City of new York from Liverpool to learn that the news of Trio surrender of 5iason, and Slidell had re Ehod England and caused the greatest satisfaction but Somo of to journals complain of the ungracious Ina nor in which the Washington Cabinet proceeded. Others Accord due credit for the act and tho Graceful manner with which the settlement was con a ducted. Or. Russell in his letter to the times predicted that our government would refuse to surrender Mason and Slidell. The pirate Sumpter had arrived at Cadiz with tho officers and Crews of three Federal merchant vessels and solicited permission to enter tho port. The american Consul protested against her being permitted to enter but it was granted on condition that the prisoners should be placed under the Spain. It was rumoured american Consul would leave on account of this proceeding.0ive Aro info mod by various members of our bar who were present at tho trial of Eckles is. Eberly at our last court that the report of the ease furnished us and published a in our paper last week is very far from being a fair account of it. Ivo Are sorry for this As we Are anxious in publishing court proceedings to give the of aet truth of tho ease and our apology is that to were not present at the trial. To Are informed that tho truth of the matter is instead of tho plaintiff or. , a a a that to made out his Case perfectly. The defendant however or. Eberly got into a very tight Planco with his evidence and was not prepared to meet the Issue then for tho trial. All the evidence that to. Offered was rejected by the court As inadmissible. Or. Eberly a counsel was then compelled to apply to tho court to change his pleadings Shioli resulted in tho Olango being allowed a new plea entered which changed the whole Faeo of the Case and the cause continued al the costs of Ilic defendant to being in fault of tho continuance. A _ i. _ a in a Lac Ahnne in i in t1a>��a�aa�< a of .1., As great a crime As tho Man who sets fire to a House in Shioli persons Aro sleeping for the up Poso of obtaining the insurance open and avowed traitor nearly so great a criminal As the dishonest contractor who from tho most sordid motives fists upon the government Rotten hulks of vessels that Are liable to go to pieces in. The first storm with their freight of precious lives. The avowed traitor is at least Manly in his hostility lie meets. Us boldly in the face of Day but the work of the sneaking wretch who knowingly furnishes unsafe vessels or provisions that lie May pocket a few More dollars of government Money is performed As secretly As the work of Poison lurking in a cup of cold water.,. A a a. A a who was. Engaged in palming off these on tho government ? Are they any part of tho purchases made by 5ir. Geo. D Giorgan of new York for received the munificent compensation of �75,000 ? or did Pur gorged plundered give place to a Host ten times More rapacious ? a a is it certainly tho duty of Congress to disc cover the perpetrators of Tieso frauds and prevent their repetition in tho future. Some Small excuse May have existed for frauds and irregularities six month Fogo when every department of tho government was in comparative confusion butt is time those tilings Wero done away with to Union. 1 startling picture of Gocr mental Cor in Pliotis. No Lover of his country or Public virtue can run his Eye Over the revelations contained in the Spoonh of or. Dawes of mass., in the House of representatives on Blondy last without feeling Trio in tenses indignation and alarm. Or. Aweer deals with facts reliably ascertained through a committee of Congress but the flights of tho boldest fancy Are tame beside the startling record of crime which to drags to the Light the facts stated will arrest the attention of tho. Most indifferent Whilo they will fill the Public spirited and truly Loyal citizen with Trio Dee Post apprehension. An army of traitors Viler and move dangerous than All the legions in armed rebellion Are sucking the hearts blood of the Republic and Are secretly hut surely and rapidly devouring the sources of its strength we publish As much of tho speech with the otlier1 proceed Ings of Congress As room for this week hut the record even thus abridged stops Short none too soon not to Challenge absolute shameful revelation however cannot to doubted it the offspring of partizan malice but owes its be ing to men who Are in sympathy with and supporters of the present administration. Or. Dawes is a Republican member and tho discoveries to has made have been extracted from unwilling witnesses under the penalties of imprisonment and the obligation of an Otth. Tho very first was contract into which Trio government entered was a swindle and whether it buys Hoof horses arms or clothing for its soldiers it allows every,.purchase to tolled by a Blind Ofaf Posas ravenous As the horse Loeh. No wonder or. Cameron has resigned. Tho whole administration should follow his example while every robber of the Treasury should he seized and made to disgorge the proceeds of his knavery. New York Argus. A Forney howl that very virtuous pit riot John in. Forney who cores nothing for office exclaims in his agony at tho Prospect of to defeat of those who employ and him a a god help us if tho add Routs of Breckinridge the apologists of Floyd and Thompson should to enabled by Means of a party organization to Ovet throw the Confidence of tho people in their Public servants and their military a the mercenary wretch who invited this Slan Derous imputation against tho party Tomt warmed him into political life and made him of sufficient consequence Worth Prohas ing by the republicans know that tho men in and out of Congress who Are doing tho most to overthrow tho Confidence of tho people in their Public servants and their Militar chiefs Are not of the democratic party. The administration has. Been annoyed and embarrassed but by whom. Ivhon plundered the Treasury ? who furnished Rotten provisions and Dof Estivo. Fire arms to tho government ? who swindled it in horse contracts ? who raised a clamor at tho removal of Fremont Inhat class of. Men Are now Impo tuning and annoying tho administration lib out emancipation ? Ivhon made an assault upon Gen. Bic Clellan Trio Othor Day in Trio House representatives ? who is thus endeavouring to undermine Pullio servants and our military chiefs ? not the Domo Oratio party. It the source from which All these annoying and distracting causes have proc ooh de but Thoy have in tho party that abrogates to itself All the patriotism and honesty in the country. And Yot with a full knowledge of these facts this poor tool Forney who has thrown his talents into the Market on Deayn is Day after Day to persuade his readers that the democratic party is d is Loyiel and Dis organizing and that its purpose is to Divide the Peop a and ultimately to destroy the government. This miserable party had its Day it Means a arid the democracy of Pennsylvania who cherish a abiding Faith that the great constitutional principles for which Thoy conf rid Are necessary to the salvation of tho Union Are not to be deterred from maintaining their organization by anything that the grand pensioners of tho the Republican party Oan say or write against Ltd Dey Seadyk a february num Hor contains sixty one engravings,.sixty contributions and Over one Hundred pages. A a Winter is decidedly one or tho most Beautiful illustrations a Vav the Boole. Tho double Shact fashion plates no a Peculiar and excellent feature of this Magazine while tie patterns in each number no numerous and highly appreciated by the ladies. Friend Godey. Warns the Pullio against a or Span Ding a an impostor who professes to be an agent of the lady a Book. Or. Gailey has no agents. Subscribe re must order the Book Dir oot from the publisher or buy it As it Compo out of the books Ellis and periodical dealers. Taxing appears Tobe a Strong feeling in Congress to tax newspapers n Quarter or a half a cent for each shoot they print. This would produce a Largo in Homo to Trio government hut Trio plan is an infamous one and deserves and to Hope will receive the condemnation of every newspaper publisher in the country. Thero is no class of men who work so hard and Are paid so poorly As printers. As newspapers scarcely at the Price they Are now published proprietors would be obliged to add the tax to the Prico of subscription. Congressmen who make War upon Trio press and its patrons should to careful or they May Burn their fingers. And any member of Congress that votes for such a Law will never receive our support for any office. The Scarlet that this dangerous and contagious disease has prevailed to a considerable extent in ii Errol and Somo of the adj Oiring townships in tho upper end of York county for the past be v months. Some families have been made Alt by �ol�3 Ferriulo Scourge. Or. Levi Wadsworth of Carrol township lost Stimso it?1 .th0 00u� of o democratic state committee of this state have resolved to hold a convention on the 4th of july next to nominate a straight democratic . Aye and tie democratic masses have resolved to elect a a straight Domo Oratio ticket a pure and uncontaminated with abolitionism As Trio Only Hope of the future existence and Vellaro of our now unhappy country no sugar coating process under Trio cry of a a unit Rio can again induce democrats to Swallow any More doses of modern republicanism their experience in the present Pennsylvania Lionso of representatives is sufficient. When they Seo every Man with two honorable Ocop tons elected As a Union democrats a voting for such avowed abolitionists As e. Ii. Rauch for clerk tho honest masses understand what these worthies mean by tho word a a it is but a new Dodge to Aioli ionize democrats for the Benefit of such fishy individuals As Novor Saroto Trust their chances in a democratic convention. And this Dodge cannot again do Toivo the Union. The Indiana democracy tho democrats of Indiana hold their state convention at Indianapolis on the 8th ult., and nominated candidates for state officers. Hon Thomas a. Hendrix presided and Over 000 delegates were present representing nearly every county in the Stato. The Reso Are thus Sketo Hod. By Telegraph. La he resolutions set Forth that tho restoration of the democratic party to Power can alone preserve the Union that tie Conven Tion endorse the principles heretofore put Forth by the National convention of the party that the present civil War has mainly resulted from the agitation of the slavery question and Tjie consequent organization of a geographical party in tie North. Producing its Corint Erarte i Trio South of secession disunion and armed resistance to the government condemning the Cour Soof tho republicans in the last Congress fer tile All peace propositions that Pereo and Harmony would now reign had the party in Power shown Trio same Demairo to Settle our internal disputes that it recently exhibited to avoid a War with England i that the republicans have fully demonstrated their inability to conduct tho go merriment through the present Effie us ties denouncing All violations of the Constitution and usurpation of Power regarding tie suspension or the writ of Hareas Corpus and the imprisonment of citizens of Loyal a a a of Atilius of Trio cons titu in late from Europe. The Stone blockade condemned. New York Jan. 31.�?the Gunard steamship Africa has arrived with Liverpool papers to saturday too 18th, and by Telegraph via Queenstown to the 19th tho commissioners of customs have received orders to permit the exploration of All articles of War munitions against which the prohibition was recently issued. It is said that tho Liverpool shipowners association having memorized Earl Russell against tho blockade of Charleston Harbor by the Stone Fleet Earl Russel in response stated that he sent despatches to lord Lyons in december expressing the dissatisfaction of the British government at such a proceeding. The London correspondent of the Manchester guardian says a it is no secret that tho South has its Attivo arid into Ligon agents in London As Well As its a officious sly recognized envoys and that they Are straining every nerve to Force the Govoni Pierit into some notion or policy that will tend to alienate England further from tho North and bring her into closer relations with lie says in regard to tho Stone blockade of Charleston a it would not at All Surprise me to hear that All tho Groat Powers had. United in a representation on this subject to the u. S. Government and that too going1 beyond protest to . I believe the French government is in Eoin mum option with ours on this subject from which grave consequences May yet the morning Post quo Trojo eos at the general condemnation we Ipoh the Storino blockade was Reno lying. And says a a a the barbarities now practice by the u. S. Government Are equally braking Trio Inorg is of the South and rousing the european government to a common sentiment of indignation. Ivo hardly know Why Europe has hitherto actor towards tho Northern government with so Riidu he More Ion Uffe in a log Quot a in 1831 and 1832. More diplomatic correspondence it tho official London Gazette contains further correspondence Between Earl Russell and lord Lyons a 31st december lord Lyons encloses a copy of a unto addressed by bar. Seward to the Secretary of tho u. S. Navy condemning in very Strong terms the fact of a British Schooner the James Cambell captured for breach of blockade having Hoer brought into new York with the British Flag flying under that of the United states me. Seward says. This in seemingly act must have been occasioned Luis of his duty by the officer who Ord Rod or allowed a or. So Ward then requests tho Secretary of tho Navy to give Siili orders As May tend to prevent a repetition of the same. The next ease refers to the circumstances of an oath having been exacted As a condition of release by the commander of states Steamer from three British seamen captured for broach of blockade to the effect that Thoy should undertake not to be employed in a similar proceeding for the future. Vir. Seward again addressing of the a. States Navy strongly condoms this act and releases tho seamen from the obligation taken by them. E takes As Flagra Ion f that. Tilv a al ,. clip Gale if the former the nation Lii is been humiliated by their surrender a if the latter they should have been delivered up Bosforo their resolutions compliment the Merit arid conduct of the Iri Dinna troops on every Battle Field whore Victory Lias perched of the nation al Banner and Saiid greetings tii ovary Derisio crat for their future achievements in coming contests. miss in und Shdo Lyyii Tress Monroe on the filth and ,12th of january i r .1.,. I a a arrived at the. 17th, having been greatly ret Rod by Severo storms arid Adverse winds which Procailo do n t that time. After their arrival at Hatteras a series of storms of severity set Iri that for two Days in succession. It was impossible for any two vessels to communicate with each other. Much difficulty was exp amp Rizno amp a in getting the vessels Oyer the liars. The propeller City of now1 York struck on the outside of Trio bar. Anti was a total loss tho Captain and Crow wore saved. The report telegraphed to the 4-Ssooiato press Sriya that the vessels Pocahontas zouave graph sent and two schooners Wero lust hut the official report makes no mention of their loss. Much difficulty was experienced in at Hatteras Quot which added net a Little to the existing Troub les. A colonel align of the ninth new Jersey regiment,.arid i is surgeon or. Viellor and the second mate of the Anne e. Thompson Wero drowned in attempting to pass from that vessel to the flagship in a life Hnat at lost accounts the storm had passed away and entire conf Dene was Felt in the Success of the expedition. On the arrival at Ilat Toras one or two Rebol Vossos. App method to to Jonnoi Tor but they Spori Dily Rotre Atod lion chased by our Gen. Burnside s official report Kvasni Egton tuesday Jan. 28, 1sg2. A special messenger with dispatches hmm Geri. Burnside Reao Hod Ivash Ingfen a this morning. They Are rated Quot Headquarters taking cart of the a a contraband a. A engaged in the Manu facture of slices is now filling an order for to Lii be thousand pairs of brogans to to for warded to fortress blog Iron for tie use of the contraband at Tomt place. The size Formen Range from eleven to sixteen and in one instance a special girder was Given for a pair of wed . Tho above is one of Trio results of inviting into our Linos run away negroes that they May. Live in idleness at Trio expense of the government. At a time1 too alien the people Are asked to Lio avy taxes to Joep up our armies which casts according to the Tribuna at least two millions por Dayt. And this is but the first fruits of this policy. Inhat would it he if the doctrines of Cameron surn Ner Lovejoy Lane &c., Wero carried out to proclaim Universal emancipation. Viliy it would require a Revo nuo Twenty Timos that government Komeot tho expense and yet we have fools and madmen enough in tie country Quot who advocate the letting Losse of 4,000,000 ignorant Hlaoky without regard to their fitness Lor emancipation or taking into consideration tie offset it would Havo on the material Prosperity or social happiness of the White Raco. If tho Govor Mont can afford to keep these contraband what is to hinder them from keeping tho White Labouring poor of Trio North thrown out of employment. Certainly a we into Man is As Good As a Nigger that is if lie behaves himself. Years Samuel seven years Levi five years it is also said to prevail to an alarming Cal. Tent in tho lower end of Dauphin county and offer has not Boon Mado nor would it to the upper end of Lebanon county. I copied if it were. Investigating speaker of Trio House Lias appointed the following a Ommittee to whether improper. Means Wero used to procure the passage of the Bill at tho last session of tho legislature for the commutation of tonnage duties or. Hopkins of Washington or. Ryon of Schuylkill or. Strang of Tioga or. Alexander of Indiana bar. Crane of Ivanyo. Blesses. Hopkins and Ryon Aro democrats messes. Strang and Alexandor republicans and bar. Crane a Union Democrat. Of there a word of troth in the report said to Havo originated in Washington last week that or. Buchanan had refused a seat in or. Lincoln a in bigot. Such on the late War department. The new York times says in an article on the removal of Cemeron a. truth is tho War department has been for the last two months the most Dorlous Ohst Aclo in the Way of a vigorous prosecution of the War. Unless we Are entirely misinformed gun Mcclellan Lias been thwarted in Ivory possible Way Anil deprived of the Power to carry into effect to lib Gustilo operations he had devised. He has had no cordial support from tho Ivar department since the department super Edo in its Olfort to a Rush Fremont. Ali other this has boil directly. Or. Cameron�?T8 , or Tomt of tie Fiordo of greedy and unprincipled contractors by whom to Lia Sheon controlled and used is of Little Conse Quinco. The fact remains nothing whatever could to Dono which depended Oil the action of that department Oxe opt through the corrupt and villainous swindlers who have tainted tho whole air with official Cor option and brought tho nation to the verge of bankruptcy and ruin. Ivo no Nosi ired that for weeks general Bic Clellan demanded a full Supply of Pontoon Bridges,.absolutely essential to his of portions but could not gel them that 25,000 stand of arms tho Best in the world wore kept in now York for weeks under his incessant and urgent requisition for them because Pennsylvania contractors had not Yot Boen Able to Levy their sex actions upon them. And these Are but two of tho Many instances that might be cited to the same effect. A generous see by an of shango that tho merchants of Chicago Havo presented to an editor of that pity a thousand Dollar so Worth of printing Papor As a now Yoars gift. Ivo have a Strong inclination to move to Tomt country. Editors Are evidently no Proe Atod there. Here instead of Reo Oivo ing presents they make tho Public a present of soveral thousand dollars Worth of printed paper Evory your or what amounts to tho Samo thing they Send their papers to subscribers who Promise to but Don t. The Burnside expedition. A i fire Naif re Tonra at sea. Narrow escape of the vessels. Stall boat s Watt eds three lives lost. The Burnside expedition. Which left for it. Zollicoffer reported among Trio slain at Somerset was Horn in Mowry county. Tennessee. Blay 19, 1812. And received an academical education. In 1829, after i Short service in a printing office he undertook tho management of a new spa Oer in Paris Tenn. Leo next edited the Columbia observer. From tills journal he took charge of the Nashville Banner to hold the office. Of Stato Printer comptroller and state senator. In 1851-52 to again Lissum Duie charge of the Nashville Banner Rind in 1852 Lio Holamo representative in Congress Shioli Fri Sitison to held till 1809. Nothing further is Heird of him till to turns up Asra rebel st rial Cali a Rev. Georgef. Cain of this place has received a unanimous Call to the pastor ship of the presbyterian Church of Stroudsburg hut whether he Inis Ric Copto the Callwo Are not informed. It is. Hut a. Few weeks since bar. Cain was licensed to preach and being thus Early called to preside Over a congregation is a Gratifying tos Timonia of his ability and Zeal ill Trio pulpit. Stroudsburg is a Post Borough capital of Lonroe conn1 to this state about four Miles from the Dele Ware River Anil �1s n. E. Of Harrisburg it is situated in a pleasant Valley Rind Eon gains about 18 Liu Midred ofripopulation.�?ship-, nei Isburg Neuis. A Dop Artmont of North Carolina Ila Tyras Inlet Jan. ,20 the 1802.�?� the messenger loft Ilat Toras of gon. Burnside states Ive left our Anchorage at Annapolis on thursday the 9tli, arid after a protracted passage owing fogs arrived at fortress Blo Roo Friday night at 12 of clock. Leaving fortress Blo Ziroe twin saturday at 10 of clock in tho morning we proceeded at ouch to Soa hut owing to fogs on sunday night our Progress was very slow. On Blondy Trio 13th, tho weather cleared with a heavy wind and a rough sea which caused our vessels to labor very heavily and some Veroo Bogod be Cut Loose from the vessels they wore towing. Blast of Eliom however passed Over the bar and anchored inside the Harbor about 12 of clock noon on tie 15th, just in time to escape the Novoro Galo of blon Day night and tuesday. Tho propeller City of new York r an on the bar at the extra no to the a Rhor and Wirig to Trio severe Wathor and want of Small boats we could Render no assistance. She was Laden with stores and was lost. The general also says to had been led to Boli Evo that he would find experienced pilots at Hatteras hut bad great difficulty in accomplishing his wish for want of proper accommodations. Lie adds Tomt to would commence that Day to build a we mrs for Landing sep plies. The men wore cheerful and patient and he would proceed with Confidence. An Accident occurred in an Effort to relieve the Steamer now York by Shioli a boat was swamped and the lives of col. Allen of the 9th new Jersey his Burgoon and a mate of tho boat wore after the arrival of the expedition at hat Teras the enemy made their appearance in one or two vessels on a recon loitering expedition. Our boats gave Chase and drove them Back. The transports and Vossos grounded will to got off by tho Aid of tug boats. Only one the now York was lost and no lives the Throe above referred to once pod. Later Frobin the expedition. The news from tho Burnside expedition wears a More cheerful aspect than that previously received. At last accounts seventeen of the naval vessels wore in Pamlico sound and Active preparations wore going on to Striko an eff Estivo blow at the rebels. Gon Oral Burnside was Busy arranging his troops to act in concert with the naval portion of the expedition and Commodore Goldsborough in his official despatch to the Navy department says Tomt things look More hopeful and lie expresses the wish Tomt to May soon Seq noun ter and vanquish the rebels. It is expected that the first place attacked will to Ilo Poko Island where tho rebels Liao two batteries and about three thousand troops. In important Frobin Between fort pm a Laski and Savanna Cut off. It appears by rebel accounts from Savan nah by tho Way of Richmond that the expedition which had Beon fitting out at port Royal by Commodore Dupont and general Slier Manilla sailed from that Point and Ltd succeeded in Gett Irig in tho rear of fort Pulaski Complete by cutting off All communications Between the cily of Savannah and that important fortification. From the South. Fortress Bonroe Jan. 31. The Steamer Ericssen from i Hatteras arrived this afternoon with do Pinuel zouave. Tho errics8on left on monday afternoon not being Able to get Over the bar. She brings except that the expedition was about to move to its destination. The United states Sloop of War Hartford sails to Morrow for key West. A prisoner of War. Named Taylor from Cincinnati arrived by a Flag of truce from Richmond. Tie says that Beauregard 1ms taking with him 15.000 men from in navies and that Jeff. Davis is to Tako command at in Nesses in person after his inauguration on the 22d. The greatest panic prevails at Norfolk end Richmond Relativo to Trio Burnside expedition a. The troops will re embark on Trio Stentor Constitution on saturday and sail on sunday for ship Island. About two Hundred of them will be left behind being bios with tho later. Baltimore feb. 1.�?tho americans correspondent at fortress Bonroe save that thursday was Bright and Beautiful Day at old1 Point but yesterday. Was Cloudy and threatening. A. When the steadier Erri Esson. Left Hatteras the weather was too rough to land the troops and being unable to Cross tho bar Gene. Burnside ordered her return to fortress Fonroe. Sho Laid off Nast Crris till sunday last and consequently brings no Lato news. Sho was blown out to sen and hence her Long passage. The troops Are of the vessels had started from the month of the Inlet towards Roanoke Island which it was understood would be the first Point attacked. A bar. Taylor of Cincinnati who has been a prisoner at Richmond Citico the Brill run Battle was released and crime. By a Flag Oft no via Norfolk. Tho panic in refer Enro to the Burnside expedition was very Groat at Norfolk and Richmond. It was understood at Richmond that Beauregard would reach Thoro on saturday on his Way to Kentucky. A Quot the Opin Ipri at Richmond was that the Steamer Bler Rimato was i failure. Wine and liquor store. A South Hanover Street Carlisle directly opposite the Vohma tar office the undersigned would respectfully can tho attention of merchants ii Otel Geode and citizens of Cumberland and tho surrounding country gon orally to his establishment As oboe designated where he keeps constantly on band a tory full and complot of assortment of a pure and unadulterated win Sand liquors. Any article sold As such will be strictly As to pro. San cd and will to sold Ivhon locale and retail at tho i Wost Murkot prices. His Stolec consist part of Best French brandies. A Martel Brand old Pinet cotillion amp co., poll Voisin it. La Rombolla. J. J. Dupuy life co. A. Gamison Otard old Laquitano Ains. A Holland. Holland Wasp Anchor 1 b. B. Old Bolden common. A whiskies a a scotch. Family Rico tar 0. Re Irish common Root find. Wines of All Lii mls. To has also tho Agency Lor tho Sale of Lanors a celeb Rotor Reading ale a Supply of which will to constantly kept on hand. ,. A orders gratefully received and promptly attended to. A a a. George Winters. Fob. 6. 1802�?jy statement of county debt. The commissioners county Moka and submit tho following statement of tho bonded debt together with the assets of the county on a the 1st Day of january 1862. A. ,. Liabilities. A Alu tint Orbons outstanding on Juura by i 1s01, a Lulu ilium Lul Orest As por last annual statement a a $30,800 06 deduct amount of interest a inel Odt a in said statement a 1,210 66 amount of principal of Bonds ing Jan. 1, i86�,. $20,090 00 amount borrowed Oil Bonds in 1861. By. Virtue of tho act of Assembly of May 15, 18cl a l620 00 a. $30,710 00 amount of principal of Bonds paid during tho year 1861, a a .4,900 00 total principal of bonded debt Jau. I 1862. /$25,810 00a assets. A. A a amount of Blanco a Treasu a try Jan. 1s02, $ amount of outstanding taxes Iii collectors bands 1,000 12 .5,801 57 -11,870 60 of ankh. On Trio 30th of Jot. Last by Rov. Jarol Fry linux. Ii Amison ii Dick of tho u. S. A., to miss Rachel Snyder of this Placo. In this place on Trio 2d Ikirt by the Rev. Samuel Philips or. Ahner s Hildebrand if East Berlin pa.-, to Bliss Julia a. Weib Ley and Kef. Car Ihsle . Of 18g2. Corrected weekly by Woodward Ltd a Schmidt Supor Floc per bbl 1a 4,75 do., extra. Do., a 5,0o do., Rye. Do., al intr we Kat per Bushel led ivucat1, 11yb, Cony Oats Spring , do. Clock Suud a a do., do do., do., do., do., do., do. 3.25 1.25 3,15 5s. 45 32 50. 55 4,00 1,50 Phi Lade up Iii flour superfine a a extra Rye flour Corn meal wheat Rod i u Wilto Rye. Coils yol Loii a a White Oats whisky Clov Breed a . 5. T>0. 6 62 3 50. I 3 00. 1.44. A 117 i 140> a-150. A 72 y a 56i. 50 39 23j a 24 4 50. Truoc tue a Tivoli cd notice is hereby Given to the creditors of win. Boar late of Monroe township Cumberland county that to will attend at the office . Miller esq., in tho Borough on thursday tho Gnu Day of March 1862, at 11 o clock a. Of said Day to receive their claims and the proofs Bosforo going on to Stato their us court As directed by tho act of Assembly in regard to Domestic attachments. Henry s. Bear. V deter Westheffer it Truoc. H. P. S. Vandersloat j Fob. 6, 1802.�?it a no i ice. To tho heirs and Legal representatives of Loonry Sholman late of tho township of East Pennsboro county of Cumberland Doco Asod. Tako notice that by virtue of a writ of partition and valuation issued out of tho orphan s court of Cumberland county and to my Dirco ted i will hold an in Quost to Divido part or Valuo tho real Stato of so id deceased on tho promises on Friday the 28tii Day of february a. D., 1362, at 10 o Olock a. M., when and whore you May attend if you think proper. J. Thompson Rippe Carlisle Fob. 6, 1862.�?4t a Hertaf la. W. Foulk attorney at Law. A office with Jamos r. Smith esq., rcom s Hull. All business on trusted to him will be promptly Atton Dod to. _ p0b. 6. 1862. Nollez. Rpike agricultural society will al moot at tho court House in tho Borough on tuesday february 11, 1862. Jan. 30, 1862. S. Croft Story. Excess of Vandeb toss besides accruing interests not duo Over assets. A $13 939 31 interests matures on the bands at irregular periods during tho your All that duo has Boon paid and is Ombra Eod in the Sta Tometti of of Pondi tires a. J. Ii. Waggoner v. A g. Miller it Commissi on a s. Kost. To tho auditors of. Cumberland county having4 examined and compared tho above statement with a Trio records do a cry Ify that a Correct of. Bibit of tho bonded debt and assets of said county us the first Day. Of january cd. 1862. A John w. Cocklin. I Jojin s. Dunlap. ,. James r. Irvine. A au<7�t�r# of county Carlisle Jan. 25, 1r62. A a. Quot a Ai Edillor Votice is hereby Given to nil parties in-1 i ter Ostout that tho. Undersigned has Boon Apu pointed by tho court of common pleas of Cumberland co., auditor to marshal and distribute the assets in the bands of Samuel Cuc Klin and Honry warns ask it igneous of Michael Ulcie ii Tudor a deed of to Luis tary assignment Law the Benefit of creditors to and among tho credit hrs of said m. Ulrich and to will attend at Bis of Foo in curl Islo on saturday tho .2 2d.of.fobroai, 1 862 at.10 of Elock a m. Lorth amp purpose of perform Long tho Latios is signed his it a when and or Here til persons having accounts will present them truly authenticated for sctt tement. James a Smith auditor. A feb 6, 1862�?3t. A Liiri Isu Uri uni Lisle Anil Chuu. Torii Piltch rail co. Exhibit of tolls received rep Ira Aud expenses on the. In Risburg Carlisle and Chambersburg Turnpike Road company from 1st january to 3lst december 1861, inclusive As Fol to adj to wit. A. Or. A a to amount of tolls received at a naps. $3,090 0$to Balasco at. Settled Nunt. For 1860, paid. A into court at january 1861,. 426 26�?T a a. ,. $3,517 25 a a a a a by half Neo of. I860, paid to a creditors per aet of Assembly of 1823, �?T28, and 30 $426 26 a a Cash Piid for repairs inroad a a a for 1861, 1,341 00 Gato keep Oral salaries managers treasurers salary. Soe rotary a salary a incidental of Ponsch postage taxes stationery Balane paid into court to to applied under tho aet of Assembly aforesaid 020 04 .337 50. 75 00 25 00 52 75 10 00 .328.80 --$3,517 25. Coup. A a i a a. R certified on oath to tho judges of Trio court of common pm end of Cumberland county ctr Day of january a. P. 1862. A a a a Samuel w. Nevin treasurer. Take notice that Trio court of common pleas of Cumberland county Havo appointed tuesday Tlle 13tii Day of March next at tho court House in the Borough , at in of clock a. M., fur hearing und determining the claims of Trio respective creditors Agai at tho company agreeably to the acts of Assembly tho Ralick of said creditors on tho 1st Day of april 1823, and tho. Supplements thereto. At the fur Csc Iid time and Placo to preferred if any and All other creditors Are requested to Bayo their reap Estivo claims duly authenticated and presorted add also to furnish evil euro at tho same Timo whether claims Buvac Hoen assigned or. Aro still hold by the original also proof to establish tho consider Stiim of their claims whether for work materials be. -. A a a by the court. January 30, 1362. Uchau Fifiel Casiple Xoai. Doctor Titomas f. Chapman win Sond to All who wish it from of charge tho Llo cipo and Lull directions for making and ubing a Beautiful vog Tahlo Bilm that will effectually remove pimples Blotch is tax freckles to. Ac., leaving tho skin smooth clean and Beautiful also full directions for using pblatiieau3 celebrated stimulant Warray cd to Start a Lull growth of whiskers or a Mustache in loss than thirty Days. Either of tho Abo Voean to return mail by addressing with Stamps Lor return postage or. Thomas f. Chapman practical cite Joist 831 Broadway new York. A Jan. 30, 1862�?2m.,. A the i confessions and expert _ ence of a sufferer a published As a warning and for. Tho Oslo dial Bou fit of Young Mon and those who suffer with nervous debility los of memory premature decay <fco., <to., by one who has cured Bim Solf by simple moans after being put to Groat exp onto and through tho use of worthless medi Oinos prescribed by Learned doctors. Single copies May to had of to author c. A. Lambert esq., Gree Point Long Island by enclosing a Post paid addressed on Volpo. Address Charles a Lambert esq., Groo Point Long Island n. Y. A Jan. 30, 1862�?2m saudi tors a Calico. The auditor appointed by tho orphans court of Cumberland county to Muko distribution of tho funds of jul of Bretz and Jacob longer Dorf executors of tho lust will and tos Tumour of Daniel Bretz Doo d., late of Hammilen Tow Suipi. Grill attend duties of his appointment o saturday tho 22d Day of february but at new office in the Borough Oliero and w e All parties interested in said i id Are hereby n 5 find to attend.,., a Newsham auditor Jan. 30,1863�?3t

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