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Wednesday, Aug. 24, 1859.
PEOPLE'S. STATE TICKET.
FOR AU.R . LTOR GENERAL. •
of York County
FOR SURVEYOR GENERAL. •
of I3erlcs County
PEOPLE'S - COUNTY TICKET
SENATOR - ,-.
W:,13: IRVINE; Uppgi•Allen. -
JOHN I MoCURDY, Shippentl tug. ..
JOHN D. GOItGAS, Carlisle
C. P. lIUMRICH;;.CarIisIe.
Cut W; WOODBpliN,}Cew villo,
JOIN HOLTZ, Ea*, Pennsborough
HENRY RUPP, Hampden
SURVEYOR, ' ,
GEORGE WALTPRS, Southampton
- ICED SIAIDING.OOIII .I IITT 3 uE..
-A meeting of the Standing Committee of the
People's rarty of Cumberland county, yule
held on the 2d inst.; at the Court House, foe
She purpose of perpart . ent organization. The
following dentleniett were elected officers for
`the bushing year : ' , •
• JACOB HRETZ,,of Carlisle, Chairman."
It I'. • McCiurcE, Esq., of Shippensburg,
J. IL GREAsox, 111: Pent sboro', Trcaourcr
• .The Cotnmitteendjourned to meet at Glass's
Hotel,' on the d Saturday of September, - at
•10 'o'cleek, A. M. The following gentlemen
compose the. Committee: •
Upper Allen—J.. Ti.Deviney.
Carlisle, E W.—Bobs. F Noble. .
" W. W.--Maj)..l. Bretz.
Pezinsboro'—D. G. May.
Frankford,- 1 11 D. Leckey.'
linuirlen 7 -Eli Grabill_ -
Hopewellr-Martin Kunkle. "
IDeolinitiesburg:—Levi Kauffman. •••
Millliti-11,anry Snyder. -•
N. Cumberland—V. Fennell.
North Middleton—Solin E. COMM .
, NliddletcriGeo._ D. Craighead.
BhiPpOrsburg-11. I'. McClure. •
Bliippensburg twp.—Wm. Baughman
.West Pennsboro—Jas..D. Grenson
4 THE NEXT GOVERNOR
IVIto is to be our next Governor? is a ques
tion already discussed by many of the papers
in lenneylvenia, induced, no doubt,• in most
cases, by secret wire pulling on the part of
aspirants or their friends
It Isitkvestion Po much Moro...easily asked
than answered, that 'it is-singular it should be
asked at till, especially when affairs equally,
if rioFinore important, are to 'be settled in
advance. The Oreensbuig Herald breaks
ground in favor of the lion. Jo N Covonz, of,
Westmoreland, and in doings . takes this po
sition : First, that the West i entitled to the
next candidate, and second, that that camii
dale:slit-dd be the Hon. Joust Comps. Other
papers are advocating the claims' of Dr. Gitz
-ZA•NI, and others again of Gen. MOOREFIFAD,
- bath - of - Allegheny, -- -
For one, we shall always be willing to rCc
,ognizen well-founded claim of location, in re
gard to candidates, when it can be done with
safety to the party; and if a united -West will
present an efficient, available man as the
choice ofthe Conventioff, wo are prepared, at
the proper time, to give him our cordial sup
port—Bitt_the old adage, that. "a man should
never cross a bridge untillie comes to it," is
as truo in politicg as in private life.- There
ere matters on hand to
-claim all the attention .
of the opposition in Time and
circumstances will shape the future; let us
deal with the present. Everyone will admit
that the election this fall, is to exercise an
important influence on the_olections of, 1860;
with this fact steadily in. view, every effort
should be made to secure a majority in the
next Legislature. as well he a majority 'of the,
popular vote, and having secured these re:"
sults, we shall have a permanent basis for ac
tion in the contest of 1860, Sint° and National.
GOOD ADVICE TO STATE-RIOUTS DEMOCRATS.
—The. Hon. John Hickman, anti-Lecompton
member of Congress from Chester county, in
a recent • speech at a meeting of the State
Rights Democracy in that county, endorsed
the views of Col. Forney in advocating open
hostility to the Buchanan State Ticket. in
closing his remarks, he said :
" As far as I individually am concerned,
there can be no fraternity in the. Democratic
party until the hitt ;park of political life shall
be crushed out of the Lecomptonite ; and the
way to kill him is - to. czoltide him from
office. - We may not be able to elect mea whom
we would prefer, but. we can certainly cause
defeat to a faithless enemy; and such a de
feat will be by RI means unimportant t ' It
will indicate .a salutary lesson, and by remov-i
log bad principles from the market may cause
a demand for good ones." . ,
— The Ilciks 4 Schuylkill Journal, commpnt
ing on the above, Boys: "Of course Metiers.
gamey and. Hickman, after" using such lan•
gunge, come in for a round share of abuse
from the . terrified Buchanites. But the time
for brow -beating has gone by. . Tha. inaepen-,
dente only laugh at the impotency •af the Old
Hunkers, and defy them to their -teeth."
HON. JOHN J. CIUTTENDEN.7The reault iff
the resent electien in Konqicky, renders it
tiertaiti-thatthe'veteran - Btatesrnani - John . . - J:
Crittenden, will not be returned' to the U. S.
Senate, although his term does not expire un
It, is generally , supposed . that Vice
President Breckenridge, will be his successor.
• finNevenitr..;—The People's Coiriention of
onty, have instructed their son . ferees
to vote forPol,,,Wm Butler, for Senator.
demoorate have instructed theii - e6n:
. Joe. W. - Packer.. ' • '
i i i.FBLOND/N 'AT NIAGILA.--on Wednesday
iiii#o,l3lbncitn..ario43ed the his,rope,'
viftku Yana' Wilt% ttia" peifor- '
*Ova;a fightoccurred and a Wan ' was thraia
THE .4y4ANT/0 TELEGRAPH.
---ThwnewtAtlantioVeiegittplreompany, - isia ,
be Ye -organized. with kcapital tit:41300,00
41,VIded Ike 120,000 ithairgexf Preferred sleek.
at...a a share 1' subscribera4 the' pre ,
ferred Stock will "Apt b© affected by the loss
of the original lders • The preferred
stock under aguaran elrom the British Gov—
• • •
erntnent, is entitled to 8 per'Cent, after the
payment of which; the :old capital becalms
entitled to 4 per.cent. After the Suddori fail
ure of the Atlitntic Telegraph, last year, re-.
ports wore freely circulated that no message,
had ever len transmitted, :and those publish
ed, were mere frabricathins ; to correct' this
impression, the New—York..Exprna_says_:____.
.144 have h.; the pleasure ofexaminigg the
message book kept at -Trinity , ..Bay, in which
thereto, were , reported as they were sent and
received, and find there ninety seven niesstiges
containing one thousand one hundred sod two
words, and six . thousand _,four_ hundred and
seventy letters sent from Valentia•to - New-
Joutttlland_f_and•299_messages; '2840 . viords,_
contrffhing 13,748 letters sent from Newfound
land to 'irelentift. In 'or, 366:meri5age 5 ,39.12
words, - end 20.219 letters passed through the
whole 'length of the gable. The correctness
of the.record ie verified under' oath, and it
sufficiently`Proves what the-Dim:l6ra' claim—
"that communication by electric telegraph be
-tween-Grent-13ritain-and. Ainefic.a is no longer,
4 theoretical proposition, but an accOmplish'ecl
- Some of these messages are interesting, as
showing with what speed they were transmit
ted. On' Aug. 20 quite a'cOnversalion'• was
kept up between the two shores.. At 9.19 a'-
clock A. M., Valentin asked Trinity Bay.
"'lave you a message?" At 9 21, in just . two
minutes time. the answer came hack, "No."
At. 9 31 -Tiinity Bay asked, "Nos_ message
about turopa made use of?" •At 618, seven- -
teilit minutes afterwards, the reply came,"Tes
it was sent far publication.' 3 At 9.55 Trinity
Bay asked V'alentia, 41Vhat weather have
you ?"• At 10.8, thirteen minutes afterwards,
the answer was returned, "Very fine ; yours!".
The rejoinder - waif sent at 10.18. "Mosquitos
keep biting. This is a funny place to live in.
Fearfully swampy." .
From thbs time the current in the cable
seemed to grow w6ker, - TMossages were few
er in number, and longer in coming. pn the
first of September the European Directors qrif
the following message to Mr. Field. • It was
dated Valptia, 12 49, and was received by
. Mr. Fields - at Castle Garden, about noon,
t hough the hour. of its arrival itt this station
,not noticed..-4Cwas read by11Ir: Fields,
at the Crystal Palace Cable Celebration on the
same afternoon, and. it will be reccolected,
waste the - following 'effect
C. W. FIELos N:l%
Directors,are on their way. to Wen,
tin, to make arrangements for opening -wire
to public. They convey through cable to you
and your fellow citizens their hearty congratu
lotions and good wishes, and cordially sym
pathize in your joyous celebration of the great
intertintional event. . SAWARD..
This was thelast tness'agejmt one that was
ever received. The enure hour
later. the following message was started from
Volentin, hut only the portion italizized ever
reached Trinity Bay.
"Valenti'', 130 Sept. 1. C. 1R Field iv.
-1 7 ,---3'lease-inform American- Gmernment tha t-
we ore notv'iv position to rlo best to forward their
Gov't. messages - to England." ,
"Bea"- was the last word ever transmitted
by the old Telegraph Table: We irtist that
the new One will do better.
NEXT HOUSE Or REPRESENTATIt`ES
following is a ftatemeni" of the condition of
parties in the next Congress. , The Opposition
have gained nine members at the recent - state
elections in" Tennessee; — Kentitclry, Oregon,
Nortli Carolina, Alabama and Texas. The
parties now standastollows:— .
Opposition . •140
The States which are yet to elect were re:
presented in the lust Congress.as follows:
. Opp. Dem
Louibiaun • ' 1 3
Twenty-eight Stntes have elected 7 .0. 76
Five ' States were represented by 6 • 16
' Showing an Opposition preponderance in
the next, House of 55, if the States yet to chotise
are represented as before. liven should the
Democrats carry the whole .22 members yet to
be elected, they would still be in a minority
of 43. ' .
'The Opposition now elected may-be elassi ,
tied as follows:
Anti-Lecompton Democrats 12
South Americans 18
It requires 119 for a majority of the Ilouse.
It should ho remembered that the:e.'ore
several contested seats, which when settled
will no doubt increase the Republican strength
Of the States yet to Meet, the Republicans have
a dhanee for the members from Minnesota and
The New York Courier .5• Enquirer in an
article in reference to the diswite between the
managers of the four groat lines of travel.from
the seaboard to the west, thus speaks of
route through Pennsylvania;—
Now it is of no use for our New York
managers to shut their eyes to the facts. The
•route to the West by the Pennsylvania Cen .
Od, the Fort Wayne and the Chicago lines has
features which will always make it a thorough
fare, not tba least of -Which is the country
which, it traverses. Our wide land cannot
present a richer agricultural' landscape than
is spread out all alcng the upper Susquehanna
nor nord-'lslEluresqe • scenery- Orin •feasts--t e
eye as the road winds its astonishing way
over the high ridges of the Alitithanies. The .
scenery upon the Baltimore • and Ohio, road,
which we have never traversed, may, perhaps
at particular points be on a somewhat gran
der scale, but the line of that road is too far.
,South to bring it into any such immediate
competition with our New York routes. ' It is
the Pennsylvania Central that , is 0",.4 ont
The Weshingtou ',States says The Rich
mond Eitquirer believes there will be no chance
whatever for Democratic success in the House
of Representativ,esseveral States from which
better things were. expected having, chosen
delegations either divided or hostile. Tentio
•ssee elects a Democratic Governor, but sends
seven• Opposition members but of tett. • No•th-
Carolina sends a tie of four to four. Kentucky:
which in other respects did, wonders for Om
Democracy; has elected only live Democratic
Representative, - with a tie on the popular vote
iu ono district, which tie, according to a con
stitutional requirement, is to be solved by
castinglots ; so that under the unlucky star•
which seems' now \to bE in the ascendant of
the Democratic healens, she, too, may happen
to be divided, and thus her vote be lost, Even
Texas is reported to have elloseirivedged
and useless delegation.
Sterling, who has been a prominent business
man in Cleveland, Ohio, for more tluin a quar
ter of a etitury, was found in front of a house'
in which he had been pliViirtgThards until
'three o'clock in the morning.. His ekull wee'
itediy, fractured, and he surviyed but a•t}hort
.time.-. _He becam,e involved in business, temp
ted by degrees to -drink;. was aturedto the
gambling table, and most probably "muides'ed_
by gamblers. ,
The•Hity Connell has offered-a reiverd
$2.,000 for the murderer of Mr. Steiltrig. • The
pounty Commissioners:loe offered qmono,
and Warner $5OO, making. three
JArt!Di L 44 AZIIL
rgentletAins of this plabo,froat our young towns
man Geo., W. Line: •tiated Brandon, Brain,.
. 1859. Mr.l;jrne is at . ,present
gaged'as a- "boss," on the, Don Pedro IT.
road;!tUt gives (little- n stauSini. deserilithia;
of the kind of teen he ha to natt'ringe. Ho,
. , •
"The negroes of this country, are accustom
ed to .work - h a;hoe—and a basket or-tub,
Which, they fill with elily,'then carry it away
oil their heads when •I got ready for work.
I started about. thirty negrots at cleaning off
o he'ading,. one of them who had never seep &
wheelbarrow, as soon mrhe lad his barrow
filled with dirt, took a large stone and broke
oueTe niTarlhen MIS
conearn, and balancing it on his bead "toted"
it,.,011 to the dump- If,girte . them.soine instruc
tions antlstarted (TM FeTi•
barfaws,,,bue, some ran tipmgainat the,, hill,
and some Went .over it and seemed unable to .
guide the bariow straight, Mr fear of upssiting
; however, khave got them pretty well broke_
-in by this time." They are very treacherous,
and Ilmyti to carry my revolver all the time;
.if I have hSy trouble, with _ them I makiFil
speak, which , 'firings them to their knees at.
once. when they /cry out :American° slubone,.
and slink otit of sight. Mr. Lyric • has a good
situation and it Mir prospect of making money
Ile says, Mr.'Thomas P. Doren has taken the
Ist 2d and part of the %cation's of, the road,
,good health. ••
PRESBYTEBIAN STATISTICS.—The 'following
statistics of thelast encleshistiCal,year, were
presented in the Minutes of aid New Scho'ol
Presbyterian General Asl3embly.' A compar
ison with ,the preceding year shows that there
has been a, nett pima .ten presby,teries. - for
ty-one licentiates, tWemiy-five candidates. one
hundred . 'and nine ministersopM hundred and
sixty-three .nhrelios, and 20,205 cormituni ,
cants.. The increase. in contributions for the
Boards is $80,990, while tlm . total increase of
contributions oxceed those Of 1858 by 0402,-
The number. of communicants received on
examination is greater than in any,,previous
year eicept 1832, - when; as the results of the
.extensive revivals, the number was 34,160.
-In-1833 the•siccessiguszepoEtell_Aere,T ,
The number reported for 1850. is 23,045. F9r
1 858 here were' 20,702; the' timelier 'in that
and the present yeat' being largely increased
by the revival. •
The following will show•the comparative
, 'statistics of the New and Old School:
• • Old 'School. Nov School.
S'y'nods, 33 28
Presbytelles, ' .168' 108
Ministers, 2.577 ' 1,545
Churches, 3,487 1,642
Licentiates, • 297 " -1 34
Caudiates, 41) . • 370
Members added on ex.: ;
tnitiation, • 23,045 ' 10.705
Totnl commtiniepuls, 270,630 187,990
A shocking (larder occurred - in the tonl'
of Lloyd, Ulster county, New York, a day or'
two ago. A man named James Vand e r :
voort.wentintiL the 110(15(1 of a Mr. Albert..
son, in that village, in which was'his (laugh
ter engaged -in making a shroud 'for Miss,
Albertson, wlio then layileadirCthe kin
the time.. lie ordered his 'dalighter to go
"tome immediately, and threatened to do her
personal injury if she refused: Young Al..
bertson, (vim was in the ho - use at - the time,
-then—interlered,-and- -endeavored .to,rectsun.
the matter with him. when they got into ti
quarrel, which resulttal ih Vandervoort,stab.
. hito. The murderer hay since been ar
rested, and lodged in the,Kingston
A man named. Cunningham was killed.in
the town of Nevergink, Sullivan county, New
York, on Friday. August 12, byjwo brothers,
• named Augustus and Peter Brelany. — It r(p
pears that they, with is number of others.
were at a "clearing bee," whetka•quarrel a
-rose between Canningliam and the two Br..
hanys, when one of(them stabbed Cunuing ,
ham with a knife iu the breast, and the other
struck him upon the .head will( a stone, Irae•
timing the skull. The unfortunate man (lied
in a few mot - tents. The murderers both es'
raped, and officers are in pursuit of them: A
report has since been circulated That one of
them has since been arrested, and is now in
the Monticello jai). A figustus is still at large,
and- a reward of $lOO is offered - for his ar
rest. An inquest was held upon the body of
Cuftningham, and a verdict returned that the
deceased was murdered by Thomas and Au.,
gush's &dimly, assisted by. their brother
A 'letter froM La Crosse, Wis., Aug. 10,
says: The Hon. Wm: Dennison ] of this city,
was yetherday beaten to death while out in
Mormon Cooky, some fourteen miles from
town, with a brotherin law, trouting. Some
words passed between them about their right
to take the trout from their lands, when they
caMerto-blowsovhich resulted as above,-The
parties (hither, two sons, and two daughters)
ire now safely lodged in jail. Much excite
ment prevails in town. Mr. D. was at the
head ofthe law profession,partner of the Pres.
eat Mayor, and , mueh respected by the com
munity. The deceased was formerly of Free
dom, Portage county, Ohio.
A Wife Burnt to Death by jiluid
BRIDGESPORT, CONN, O Aug. 17.—A young
married woman, wilb - of Juhn Nichols, au
employee of the Wheeler & Wilson Manu
facturing Company, was, this afternoon burn
ed to death in consequence of the bursting
of a can of burning fluid, with which it is
supposed slue was endeavoring to kindle a
fire. Her face' Was burned to a crisp, and
her body badly scorched, Causing ia t stania ;
Tim GRAIN CROP OF 01110 . IN 1858.—The
official returns made to the State Auditor of
Ohio, in 'regard to the grain crop of 1858.
show that the whole number, of acres under
wheat, in 1858, was' 1,695.412, producing
17,656,983 - bushels, or anlaverage of 10, 26
-bushels' to the acre -1111857 the average
yield to the-acre was 14--bushels.- -This.year
it is estimated that 2,000,000 of acres are INV
der cultivation, and that .Ihe crop will reach'
an average of 16 bushels, making'a total of
In 1868, corn was planted on
sorbs, and yielded 50;863,582 bushels. In
. 1867 the yield was 82;550,186 bushels in 2,-
254,424 acres. This year the number of acres
planted is said to equal that of- 1857.' Lust
year, the yield of oats was small; being 8,-
026.251 bushels in 669,247 acres. A large
crop is looked for this xear. ‘.
stark county, raise - the most wheat, 577,-
080 bushels, nigh fol l owed by, Buller, whicli
raised 987,926 - busheitt , , Ross county raised
the largest quantity of corn, 2,011.998 bush
els, and is followed by Itighland, which rais
ed 1,661,109 busllels. _
Now 'folic Homo. •
It appears from the weekly statement of.tlit ,
Cenunissioners of-,Emigration that 831 'mi.-
grants have arrived et: that port during the
last week, making a total for, the year of AB,
781, against .61,377 fork the corresponding
First.LieutenantsStanford, whose death on
board th'h United States Revenue Cutter Ilar.
fioncil a few days ag'Ctis now believed by some
of his friends to have fallen a' victim to the
ctilpnbility of a dentist through filling his teeth
:with an arssnio preparaBion for thu purpose of
killing the nerve. A rigid investigation. it is
said, will be had. The remains are new in the
receiving vault at, Greenwood, to await. such
action as the friends may determine to take .
Sarah Morris, fifteen years of age, ,re
siding fn Taylor street. near Kent -avenue,
~ I lrooklyn, died froin burns received while 'at
tempting to fill a lighted-fluid
The oerner-stone ot. anew , church ediftoe
wtie.laid in :Fourth 'greet,- near. liteDongial;
intended 'for the nee of the Methodist Episco
pal Church, now -worshiping in • Sullivan St.
Bishop Janes 'prosided,inaul laid .ilie•etione .
With appropriate: ceremonies, the - Bev. • , Dr.
litnClintook delive\iStl addrose.
, . .
petiOrto)O'glOn.l itcgister for' the Week
~Inermo-I pain: I RomarkS
. . , •,_
Wednesday. 70 00
Thursday. 67 00 .
, FridaY. 68 00 • • Slight Shower
Saturdail 68 00, . • .
1 S in 6811)
Monday.. 71 , 00 3 •
eekly. 1,0 4 4 00 14
'The degroo of beat In tho above register Is tlte dolly
overage of throe observations. •
PE . 1313.-Seyeyrtl art tolca_pre
pared for•this ,pnper, , lihva - bben crowded out
by . ,a prose of new.ailvertisemenis, of 'which,
bur colonies' will be relieved in a few weeks,
when wo will resume.aur usual variety.
ADVERTISEUS.; ,, , Our • .paper...tkis
, week is crowded with a variety of; now tither',
,fisemento,, among them many Real Estate
Sales; to which we will call the attention of
miff readers more fully next - week: •
I;ItIV II MEvrING.—The Annual Camp
Meeting, under - the auspices of -the Carlisle
Circuit, of the 14. E; Church, will commence
on Priddy, the 2d day of September next, at
the "Uiiion Camp Ground," Dunlaps Woods,
near ShepherAtown. Ft willoxo doubt be
largely attended. •
SIIFAIFF'S SALEs.—On Friday last
SholiffAlccartenei, .sold the following prop-.
eriies.on mention, returnable nt the August .
Court, _ . .
Thu !alunble town- property; owned by B.
J. Kieffer, wan sold to S. C. Iluyett, for
A houmo and tpt of ground on the corner of
IledfOrd find Penn street, owed by Geo. , Wet
eel, was sold to.ldvi Zeigler; 'for 5t0115.
Five lots of ground situated in Iloguestpwn,•
were sold as the property of John Earns, two.
of them were, struck clown to John Loy, for
*175, oneto Dr Joseph Crain for VOS ; one
to James Swiler for1;400, and one to George
Duey for $185.'• •
--- These were 'the only properties offered by
the Sheriff 'ln all the-,othercases, the claims
were settled, or the writs stayed.
This fine improvement is to be formally open
ed to the public, on Friday evening', by n
grand concert, of one hundr`d - -Children, tin
der the direction of Prof. Jon's 10toccm.—
turit*llie . concert, the celebrated cantata of
Faith, hope and„Charity:' will be perform
ed. The concert oh Fridayeveninx will .be
for the-benefit of 'the proprietor, to- whose
public spirit iVe are.indebteiLfi*this spacious
Hall; thus offeriOg an pvp . artunity
izetis, of showing thotr appreciation of this
new and important feature of the town. The
concert wtll be repeated on Saturday evening,
for the benefit of the conductor. Mr.,John
ltheem,, whose lnbortf in the schools and else
where, are directed to the.formation of a cor
rect Musiekl taste nmong" the yolith: of our
borough. We hope to coo the Hall crowded
on both occasions ; to its utmost capacity.).
Rount4.-fr--On Tuesday last, Mr. John
Halbert, wildhAa work in Rheerns new Hall,
had his pocket book stolon;containing twenty
six dollars in cash: a check for seventy dollars
and several valuable papers. •On Friday
morning a man from the country, found the
pocket hook in Louther street; a short dis
tance below Hanover, and returned it prompt
ly to Mr. Bather), who found the check, and
other paperi . all safe, but the money was gone.
UNION FIRE COMPANY.—The Union
Engine House is now finished, and the Corn
pony intend to 'tensey their apparatus, on
.Sat urday. evening. nail,_ at _G} .o'clock:_ _The
Ilall is a model of, neatness, and we cotitt
ulato the Company on its completion.
REcttUlTS.—Since the reopening o
the recruiting 'stations, by the War Depart,
molt, about it)irty rematits, for the MountM
Regiments, have been sent to Carlisle Bar
raoks,—Theyare-gencay - tifie - lookimen
There are new' abed: - 10 men at this post
and they are so quiet and orderly in thoit
deportment,. that„if it were not for the sigh ,
of a uniform inaho streets occasionally, stran
gers would hardly know that we have a: mili
tary post so near town.
FAT4L ACCIDENT.---4 young man .of
the name of MussELstniv, whose father lives
on the Rnil Road near Stony Ridge, was rid=
ing u young colt, on Saturday evening ant,
on the turnpike near Kingston; When the colt.
became unmanageable; and the young man
was thrown. Ilia foot caught . in the stirrup
end he was dragged a considerable distance
before the animal was stopped. Mr. MuSeel
maw was so melt injured that he died about
an hour afterwards. .
On Thursday Inist, a young man was killed
near pi7.abethtolin, Lancaster county, almost
in the seine way. Ile was taking a horse out
of the field, bud while .putting:.up the bars,
the lialter became twisted around his
Immediately efter'werds the horse. becartio
frightened, jerked the young man from bis
feet, and dredged him. until the halter broke.
Whoa found he wap quite, dead:
A .".1-Iop" AT THE SPRINGS.-W 0 un
derstand that the visitors at ilia Carlisfe
pint'Springs are to have a gay time on Friday
evening. Tho Proprietors are sparing no
forts to make this *bop of .the season, ...d
hope to have the oppcirtmorty of greeting a
number of theii friends from town . on that
The sub;ribars have sold-iteir-entiretstook
of clothing and Gents furnishing Goods to A.
Frt conet anti) , keep , a full' assort
ment in boa line. We woulti respectfully ask
a'continuance of tho. favolh shown to us for
many years, 'to our succutssor. Gur books
will icmnin ' iv~tliff Niel, at rh - 671514- Oita'
near the Market House, whore those indebted
to us will please sill and settle. &rams* Bro
The under,igne aving purchased tho es
tablishment fro r he above firm, would Inform
the 'community that he his jusc r goite East to
IttY in an eta' :e now stock of
. 911(othing and
GontBAirniohe Gpods, and respedfaily invites
hie old frienc: and the publio in
give him a an k.ctiA. IVIED.
Found at i; t,
..3 remedy that not-
Heves, but,. en ~ s Consumption and, its nu
tnerous satellites, whioh • revolve about itin
the.shape of etiugbp, colds,oinfluenza,
ehitis, Ate,This' remedy is Dr., :Wistaria Bal
sam of wo cherryy±. • •' •'
4311.111. E F011.51.16:11341:P110111A.
• • • NE:59.-XtikaTAtig.
To the Editor; of die Ey . ing Pont: .•-„,
few dap ago I noticed in your paper ro-
Porta of eases nf hydrophobia: Appended to
one of these cases . wee a latter of Inquiry eon- .
Cerning The means to prevent (10011 following
the bite of, a mad' clog.. Rneelleqing the
iinte that. I 1,07 - 1 a - iceiririf : iki root -front
the LeipEie Jounial in an liuµlfrli paper,, , d_
our Vite tilt& nt'y - there'found
Whether it has pi evionsly beei,publidied in
this cuntQry 1 how not, but ouch instruct
cannot. be too oft repeated or brought to
"A Saxon'foreoer named Oasta now of
die veuelliihlo• age of 82 years, unwilling to
cake to the grave with billls - seetyt of so mu.dt
impottanee, has made public id the Leif's°
,4auLtuailiamepi , f4 mclii9lthelpaa_uniql foz.tifty
ears, and' wherewith, he affirms, he has res
cued nuiny human beings.
voter; he wound cldnit therewith. and
'then dry it.; .pour then upon the wound a tow
drops of touristic 'acid, luteitto ;ritineral acids
. deetroy poison 'of the. diva; by which
menus-the evil effects of thelntter-ure-neutru.
-__This,....is_a_sirople. and upon Ille:prfinciLles
which are supposed. to govern the
of the poison, tin effective cure Sriv t.
FoitTnEssNiton.—.This 'fortress,. in Vir
ginia. mounts, 285 guns, which throw at one
ilischergn 12.417 pounds of 'lt has elan
10 mortars and 6. siege. howitzers. The new
fort, commonly knimn no the Rip Raps, will,
when - ccimpleted,,mOunt 108 B'inch columbinds
end 64 42-lb. guns, all ceSeMaledotnd 8 10
inch colitrebiedg and• 46 0 inch do., ll mbar
belle. Those grins are, of the heaviest close,
end corklile.ol: throWing an enormous eight
of shot. •
DEATH IN. THE l'thrir:—At the ‘ Melbodist'
church at. Alorehouse,,Lcuisiana,.a.Week ugh'
last Sunday, the Rev. John B. Spencer was
discoursing on the third chapter of Ist Coiln-•
*Mos. '2lst, 22d and tad verses Ile bed ar
rived at the middle of his discourse on ."
s and death," when ,he. suddpnlyottopped, then
attempted again to proceed. and: only utter- -
ing, all 111;e yeurs,", mink back speechless.
Ile died in a few hours. The scene was v 0•,
impressive. , •Therefore, let no Nan glory in
men, for all things ore s yours, whether
or -Apollos, or..Cephas; ""or - the world ar life
ordeal'', or things present. or things to come'
—all are .yiturs,"and you are Christ's, and
• Christ is Cod's."
At the late election in 8t Louis the vole ta
ken upon Ale question whether the
establishments should he closed,or not
upon the Sabbath, resulted 'as follows:
111tijorily for closing,
tif.9,„The arrival of the dverlpthr mail from
California, brings the intelligence that a par
ty of Californians en route to Ft. Louis were -
'attacked near the South Pass on the 15th of
June, by the Crow Indians. George Stephen%
son, of Pittsburgh, David Moore. of Lances-
ter. Pa ~and C :11. Hull of Cirminnati, were ,
killed. II el)ry Florence, of Carlisle, Tn . ; was
-made prisoner. - Mr Florence was, We be
lieve, sent to tlds post ns a recruit for the
meunted service, - and having been disc! argot!,
bloilded forsome time in town, previous to.
ear. igoli Enblt,
KNIC . ICEIIII6CICEIt. f9r Sep(Miler, 111113' bOfi
_r_eceiima n antLn capital number it is. It com -
tiences with an-illustrated article, entitled
•" Stories end Pictures of the Iludson,': to be
cthdintietl in future numbers. This ia follow
. it graPhiaeseription of
• Sat woo, pro
fusely illustrated,-mud-we 'are proMised ti si
milar article on Newport in the October No:
The Romance of a " Poor Young Man," is
,00ntinned, and a variety of other choice read
ing. in prose and poetry., The Editors Table
contnins'a feast, of good thing.!, - which
are worth the subsetiption., .
For sale at Piper's.
GODEY, for September, is before us, with a
beautifully executed frontispiede; which hands
down to posterity some of the heroic women
of the Revolution. The Fashion pates and
Patterns, are, as usual, prettyrllid" — iiriginal,
and the " hquse keeping" department einhCl
ies a vast amount of useful and.,interesting
information, which Must render it ;very wel
como vhdter to
~ , 4 * thoustulds of lady -readers.
Single numbers. can , be had at Piper's Book
ALL TIIE YEAR Roukto, by Charles Dieketu!._
Published by J. M. J3mersou C Co., 37 Park
Row, New York. This is a weekly Journal
of Tales, Poems and Sketches, by thi_lnimif
table wither, and is issued at 5 cents a num
ber. Those who have read the
'works of Dickens, and who has not? need not ,
be told of the rich treat which is spread week
-Iy-before them in the pages of A /1-) ~/ea;', ,
ARTHUR'S !HOME MscisztNti,LTho Septem
ber number of this popular Ladies'. Magazine
has been receivedcreplete with choice miscel
lany for the 'home circle. The engraving en
titled "Crossing the Brook," is quite•a gem,
and the ladies are sum to appreciate the
colored Fashion Plates No lady should he
without the home Magazine. Termp, $2 00 a
year. T. S. ARTHUR &CO .
HAIR DYE—IIAIIt DYE —HAIR •
• ty •
Batchelor's Hair Dye,
THE ORIGINAL AND REST IN TILE 'WORLD I
All others aro mere Imitations, and should be avoided
• you wish to escape ridicule.
GRAY, NED, Olt RUSTY lIAIR Dyed Instantly to a
beautiful and (natural - Brown or -Niacin, without -tine
least injury to Mir or Skin.
'FIFTEEN MEDALS ,AND DIPLOMAS hare been
awarded to Wm. A. Illitehetor since 1859, and over SOr
000 applications have boon made to tho Hair of•his pa
trons of bin famous Dye.
WM. A. BATCHELOR'S HAIR DYE, produce a color
not to bo distinguished from nature, 11114 is warranted
not to Injure in tho least, however long it may be roan•
filmed, and tine ill effects of had Dye remedied; tho
Hair invigorated for Life by this Splendid Dye.
Made, sold or applied ( n 9 privet° rooms) at the Wig
Factory, 233 linadwny, New York. -
Sold an all cities and towns of the United States by
Druggists and Fancy Goods Dealers.
'rho Gounlncluns the name and address upon a
stool plateraving nilrfdur_sides pf each Dm of
• WILLIAM A. BATCHELOR,
.. 233 Roadway, New York..
Art Sold by Drugelsts in Owlish,.
WIGS—WIGS--WIGS —Batcholor's Wigs and Toup
ken aurpasS all. Thity aro elegant, light, tatty and duo'
tile. Fitting to a charm—no turning up behind—no
shrinking off the head; Indeed, this Is the, only Estate
Raiment where thoso things WO properly witierstmul
and made. 233 Broadway, Now York. uot-1708-/Y
GALLEY'S MAGICAL PAIN I:XTRACTOIL—In al
diseases Inflammation more Or Icon predominates—now
to allay inflammation strikes at the root of disease—
gloms and lunnediato cure. Dailey's Magical Pain Ex
tractor, and nothing else NIB allay Inflatrimation at
once, and make a certain cure.
GALLEY'S MAGICAL PAIN EXTRACTOR 'will cure
411:: following among a grunt catalogue of diseases:
linens, Scalds, Cuts. Chafes, Soro Nipples,- Conte, Bun
ions. Bruises, Strains, Bites, Poison, ChllbhaD,e a lilies,
Scrofula, Ulcees, Fever Sores, Felons, Ear-ache, plies,
Sore Eyes, Gout, Swellings, Rheumatism, Scald Head,
Salt Rhone:, Baldness, Erysipelas, Lingworm, Barber'
itch. Small Pox, %tastes, Rash, Av.,
'Po some Irmay appear Incredulous that so many din, .
oases should bo reached by one, article such an iti-s
Jailtvanish when reflection points to the fact, that tits' '
ono - untying a perfect antidote to Ito opposite disorder.
Palley's MagicaLlMn Extractor in its effects is magi
bocAuve the time lo.ahort between disease slid isp
perManent cure: and It lean extractor, us It drawn all
disease cut of tho atfacted part, hiss log nature as perfect
as before the injury: It iv searcoly necestetry.to say that
no Rouse, workshop, or manufactory should lite one mo- •
indrtt lkittenit - - , • .
No lain Extractor Is gonuinounless the box has upon
it n stool plate en . kniting, with the name of Ileury
Valley;liminfacturer. - • •
For sato by all the- Druggist's and, patent medicine
dealers throughont the United,Statcs and Cure:dim .v
Principal Demit,AGs OlitimperVit...New York. •
u0v.17:68-Iy. . , ,O. F..CIIAO:E.
,DAGUERREOTYPES —ln beafity and
" Sun aniwit7 picture equals a gaqd deigns:.
rsetype; this is the eidoloie expressed ,by the Wading
PhotearaphiaJaurnals of the day, both 'Aneericen and
these.noiy;he obtained at the rooms of Eire.
Reynolds, !Anthe r 's atrast, two door's westof ingsover,
Carlisle; June la r iakti—tf ' • .• . •
FF-FFF;; 1 11-1
IERNAN, BITTERS ..
The greal itondr;i'd mcdicinca
. ig — the
age,,have acquired their greet
through yea's of trigs.Unbounded,satieficc
lion is: rendered 'by the n in nil cage and the
people haue pronounced thenr.wortriy.
liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Jailedlee,,
Debility of too NehAius System, ,
Disease,s of the Kidneys,
anti all 4lepaset fro#l,..,ft: slkozgered
liver ortverikness of the stomach and digeativs
organs, are apeedily and pernianently cpredhy
the GERMAN BITTERS. • . •
The Balsamic Cordial has acquired a
reputation surpaseing that of and similar pre
phration extant. • It tout airy, IVITHOUT.PAIL,
the niost aeveiv.aiullong7standitii
Cough, Cold, or Wornness,- Branohitin,
• finance, Cionp, Pnehmonia, Incipient
• / Consumption, . •
and has performed the most astonishing cures
seer known of.
A . fp;, doses will also at • once' check and
cure the most severe DiEirrhcoa proceeding
from COLD IN TILE BOWELS.
Theee Medicinea arc prepared Cy Dr. C. M.
JAcicsox & Co., No. 418. Arch Street, Philet7 .
elelphia, Pa.f and.gre. Sold hu: druggists and
• dealers in 'medicines everywhere, at 76 cents
,The signature of C. M. JACKSON
will be on the .outaidewrapper of each bottle.
. In the Alnianac published annually by the
proprietors, called oVEII.7IIODY'B ALMANAC,
you' -twill find testimony' and commendatory
notices from all parts of the country. These
Almanacs are given away by, all our agents:
For'sale by B.liiliutt, W Ilaverstick Car
;We believe we cannot do oar readers Is more Import•
ant service, Chan; by :main calling their attention to
that most reload:able preparation,discovered by Dr
Seth Y. 11,0ce. of Dalthuor,, bid . which possesses she
power of alleviating mud curing that horrid visitation
of man—Epilepsy. or Falling -bits. In recommending
this' preparation to seer renders ; we do HO with n 1:011i1Cr
tilol that•we are not degrading our columns to puff a
COllllllOll patent medicine. but are placing before them
a discovery. which. if fully known, would probably do
More to alleviate bunion suffering. than any invention.
1C4114111 , 1141111.114-44.-14411,to" qk I tape o notice-hi
proper:di. thvoreLly In our editorial deportment Oms
sent ilk for perusal a number of letters from persro.
who lone used Ids pills, end have been cured thereby.
. it of them speak in the most gmieful end eulogistic
t ens. OHO great advantage this 1111.1111.11101105,1011.14 in
the fort that it call he traniported through the mails,
thereby alforiang everyone an opportunity .of dealing
directly with.the Inventor. and also preel'udlngall pos
sibility of being imposed on by n counterfeit or spurious
Imitation, Dr. Hance pays the
, postage on his pills to
any part of tile country. end skill foe Went them by re
turn or ctll. 011 till• receipt of a remittance,. Ills prices
ere as follows: ri.oz, 410, $1: 12 do., $.2.4. All
orders for the medicine should .be addressed, to Seth S.
15 nee, 108 italthnora. street, Baltinoire,
IMPORT A NT TO PEDIALES
TM. CIIF.F.: , Int AN'S PILLS: prepared by Cornrlitia
Owes.... 31. New York City. The combination
ingredivids In Nils are the result ola long and
estenslreepractha. They are mild in their upend lon,
and certain In correcting all Irregularities, Painful
31on$trunt lona, removing all obstruetlone. whether front
roll or otherrolro. inahlachP, 11111101 Iho hide, pal filiation
of the heart, wl,ltis, all tiervonsThlrertloint. lifeterles
6itigne,lmhOuthellarkamilhOro , olkturbed.i.T
which nil, frtint hiterruntiOnA of maw°.
TO M IHD lADI Ed. Dr. Cheesenian's Pills are
invaluable, as they Will bring on the monthly period
with regularley• ladles who havo been disappointed In
the 11.1 e of oilier Pills ran place the utmost rim thlenee In
Dr. Cheesennuf.s Pills doing all that ,my represent to
Warr:tilted purely vegetabl.4ond tree front anything
Injurious. - lixpllelt dlreetlons, a4drh should be rend,
nreompany each Pos. j!.1....t , ent by mill on en.
closing $1 any fitalwrized agent. Sbld by one Drug
gist In every tilwn In the United :,,tetea.
11.11. 1111telll NHS, General Agent for the United
States, 1115"Chambern Ft., Now York, to which all
uhoOtetale orders shan't] be - Addressed.
BANN VERT •h (INN EY, Wholesale and Retail Agentii.
Harrhburg, Pa. 11..1. K I EFFER, Owlish', Pa.
Ire, An this Is the season of the year when wormsaro
most fortnidable athong ,chlldron, the proprietors of
M'l4llllo'S Vomiting, Fleming Itros. Jr. Pittsburg, hog
learn to call the attention'of parents to Its virtues for
expelling of thorn annoying and often fatal enemies of
children: It was In yen tell by a physician of greet ex..
perlituce In irginia, who: after having used It liar Nev.
oral years In his own .practlre, and found Its success so
universal, was induced at last to offer It to the public
as adm Juba certain anti excellent 11101111,lne. It has
since become justly popular throughout the United
Fasten, as the most efficient Verznifuge over known, and
the demand has been steadily on the Increme since Its
first introduction to the
ttlik. Purchasers it'll he careful to oak forDr.3l'Lane's
Celchrate,i'Vertulfuge, tuanufactured hy Fleming bros.
of PI ttslourit. l'a. All other N'ermlftures le comparison
are nortlass. Dr. 3 'ULAN rs genuiuo Vermiluge, al
so his celebrated Live 'ills, eau luny he had at all re•
:Testable drug Mores. 'ens m i ulue without the sig
nature of 14,11311.M.1
Vinffratt undersigned,' is now prepaied
to fu, In any quanritlgs, from 100 to 1000 acres, or
more, good thrilling and growing lands, In itandolph
and adjacent &unties, In western Virginia, within 17
or lb Thous of Baltimore, and '24 of Now Yolk,
Thu heal Isl Willa and well .timbered, the climate
very healthy, and no mild that sheep can be ordinarily
wintered with very little feedims, and whrfre a cow can
be raised as cheap as a chicken in New England'. They
will La sold cheap, and on easy terms, or ezetainged for
Improved property, or good merchandise.
Address', with P. 0. stamp, It. Franklin Clark. 118
Walnut Street, Philadelphia. [may25,18:19. •
oXYGICN AT ED -BITTERS
- A Qum Why will suffer? Dyspepsia HS brhif
but comprehensive ~term for the numerous diseases
which affect the stomach, liver, and in fact the whole
human system. Until Dr. tircon discoxered the Oxyge.
noted Miters medical science was at fault and Nd ex
hausted itself in fruitless efforts to cure this disease.
The Dyspriptic need suffer no longer-with a disc Ike that
is piptjyti ',HAM, and frequently a fatal sfikictlou.
This wahine and peculiar compound will as certain
cure the disease as the disease exists. Had it not th
power such testimony as follows would not be pivon In
VALUABLE TESTIMONVIN FAVOR OF THE
.WASIIINOTON, P. 0.,..111110 10
Haying made use of Elie Oxvorx ATM, BlTTERS,prepdred
licuree.li..tireen, et Windsor, Vt., and from
knowledge obtained of their eolco4 iii other cases, we
cheerfully reemninend them to the public, believing
Alley 1.111 fully sustain the recommendation of the pre.
pricier. We hope that thisoialuable malady may ho
arcebsible to all the Mille:pd.
SAMUEL PHELPS. 1 •
U. S. 9enators from Vormont.
. WILLIAM 111.11 A f
JAMES F. SIMMOIII3, 11.14. Sone for from.khotly island
.I.'f. MO GILEAD, U. S. 'Senator and formerly WV.'
nor of Kentucky.
L. 11. Alt t )1.1), fornMrly. Governor of Rhodo Island.
WM. WOODISILIDUE, hlte Governor of Michigan: .
(In sue. ono in severe cones of DYSPEPSIA. ASTHMA,
AND GENERAL DEBILITY OF THE SYSTEM, places
11 aulong 'the most wonderful diseovuileA in medical
science, and has Oval it a reputntlon Ihr beyond any
,remedy known fur Plenb complaints, in all their various
'Prepared i SETH W. FOWLIi I CO., Dorton, fir
Al e by Sabbiol and S. W. Ilaverstlek, Cornett ;
Ira Day, 3lechaniceburg, (tutu & Wise, Shiremanstown
5:0. It ild, New vino; Shoemliker A. Elliott, Newburg;
J. C. Aliick, Shippensburg ; end by app..lnted agents
and dealers In 'medicine all over the county).
FEVER AND AGUE CURED BY Ult. WLANE'S
Mr. Jonathan Hanemann, of West Union,Park
County, Illinois, writes to' the ',modal re, -Feming
Bros., of Pittsburgh, that Ito had 'suffered greatly from
a severe and protracted attack of Fever and Ague, inn
was.completrly restored to health by the use of the
Liver Pills alone. These I'lllB unquestionably possess
great tonic properties,, end can be taken with decided
advantage fur many diseases requiring Invigorating
remedies; but the Liver Pills stand prieeminent _as a
means of restoring a'dlsorganited Liver to healthy cc.
lion; hence this great celebrity they have attained, The
numeroua formidable diseases atielpg, from Il• diseased
Liver', which so long baffled the skill orthe meet end.
I ‘ ariti - istiyideltine - oftive - IDsited-statedoareenow-venilered
easy 4[l,nm-thanks tMI the study and perseverance of
the dietitian shed physician whose canto thin great
medicine Learn—si name 'which nlll ilescandjm ponterlty
as tutu deterring of gtatitude. This Invaluable medi
rine should always be liimt.within reach; and 'on the
imp-at-earn of the earliest symptoms of Jimmied Liver,
it losn be safely and usefully administered
Asir Purehasers will be careful to aid(' for DR. M'.
LAND'S ED LI V.Elt PI Us , meta:tinctured
'by FLEMING 111100.. 'ot P 111 1 ,111.18011, Ps. 'liters are
other put porting to be Liver rills, nowlatfore the .
public. Dr. liPLane's genuMe-Liver Pills, also lite-mile.
bested, Vremlfu e, can, now' had at all 'respectable'
drug stoma. _None genuine. without the !denature of
• DT.SSOLUTION.:L- Who Partn6rslrp
heretofore existing. between tb miberrinerti un
der the firm of Glephert and,,Eckols.. • MI digmlreg• by
mutts' coneont:ou Tuesday,' he 23 at.
JOll.. REPitART, ••
darnel.) Augult, 109.
[From the Wheeling TIYIFS and GAZETTE.]
neon lt, yet there Is no doubt, of the fort. that l'iof.
,Wood's. Mfr. °morn st 11l change grey, hair to Its
original color, and cause It to grow on heads t otirely
bald, and by a few'applleat lon n keep It from intliug off.
Thorn seas a time whon persons who hod lost their hair
Sverdsompelled to sceahriSe or en Wad, hut since ti,
'advent of Moot. Wood's Tonic, there In no longer any no
messily of Isles or grey Mars. '
• CAUTloN.—liewnro of worthless Indfatione, no several
are sleepily In this tpuryet_.called by
.13dITTTeino wdeNs iho words (Molesson.,Wood'll WO Ili,
storativo,-Dapot St. Louis, Mo. Ma' New }leek.) nro
blown In th bottle. Sold ell ' hrugglets nod Potent
edicin S Deniers. , 4ipt by nP Fnne y ””d. goods
dealers 111 the UdtpS,Sfutenpoisttanadas.
. . •
eit tip '. , '... - ' • _
.. . _0_.......
, T. .f firmly City. nn tlie 3 Vist July. .011.11 111:NDIM1 ,
yonngest son u 1 John .1. and Mary _Weaver, aged five
!months and stain] dayo.:
117 , 5 n,rntITI7I7II7,IIITITEY-- (MM. F;on - of
, Jamss 6. itud Harriet llorvoy, nod 3 moutba and 19
1 days. •
On the toying divirn't? breast, •
.The Lord Sue taken, ithe oneerbad gore,
• Your lovely. babe to nn onily grave, ` •
Parent?, sister, brothers do.not weep,
Your Oot to needeett but just asleep.
JAS. M. MASON I MEI/ LEWIS MASON lII\I Eft
W CO/ ECTIONERY !. .
w, new" 'ND • NEW' GOODS!
PI ASONIiIN S R & BILOTIIERi •
Main st.;oppokite4he Cumberland Val( w Bank,
in Trout ' a New
. Buildinp. and next
'. • "door to Piper a Book Store.
WOULD ,pipet respeetfully announce to the citizens
of Carlisle hitil virinlbi, thut they have just reeeiu ed
frost Philidelphla, a new supply of Cour...Li:entries,
If Ult., Mule Toys„whleh they are prepared to 'sell.
Wittil.ESAIA: k JIB rio L,'ut the lowest coon. onsets.
By strict attention to hostiles, and a ditalreto please,
wit [fop', to receive n Mend share of patronage.
Carlisle, Aug. 21,
J 4 A:I)D, WE 13ST . E It CO.
Improved Tight Stitch Sowing. Machines,.
. \ Pylt FAMILIES AND MANUFACTURERS,
Aro hlded far their remarkable simplicity and strong tit.
They do a greater range of work—from the lightest to
the heaviest—and in a more leltiffactory manner thou
any other machine.
They sitcom, arm. man, FE1.14 TlONlind n.ocarts without
basting—using a straight needle—and unto a leek
stitch alike on both sides of the work 'which cannot be
• - - , -
Please examine these before purchasing, and secure
the cheapest by buying the best.
Air On exhibition and for sale at Mrs. R. A. Rey
nolds's Daguerreau Reams. 2nd door west of Dr. Zitzer's
' Carlisle, Aug. '24;1859-tf.
I)UI3LIC SALE OF VALUABLE
WILL be offered at Public Sale, on the premises, on
SATURDAY, the 24th dny'VfORTEIIIIHIC, D 59: --
A Small Farm Contoininy 38 Aceo.
10 10 111111111 Mire or eso, ,itunted in Monron township,
about 3 miles from Mochntilcsbtolr, ttn&two miles from
Cifurehtown, mt limo road lentilmz from I,eldich's tavern
to Churrlitown, hounded by lands of Michael], hoover,
David Martin and radiant. •
.—Tlialinprovernents area large
. TWO-STORY HOUSE, .
part log rind part. frame, weather ,
boarded and liniohed throughout In the best mariner;
two.story IVasli House and a Shop, a Frame Barn,
Corn Crib and other necevsary rut buildings. The land
it under good loner, and In the higliest slate of eulava-
Hon, on which there lea large ORCHAnD of Noe
rot varieties of Apples, Pear 0,• Plums and Cherries.
About Itic acres Is covered 'With thriving 3 oung timber.
eonilinenn rit - TWiltidltiwlion'thirEdiMl
I,lonsavlll_bumade k [fawn by
Aug. 21, 1859-51*
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE AT
,Bur; SALE.. ,
WIII bo offemlnt public sale on tho premise k near
raperlown,-Cumberlentl Connty i an SaturdayAfficrat.of
October Ilex ten tract of land •
- CONTAINING' 99 ACRES,_ A PERCHES,
having, thereon lawlett o o•
Stable, AT, and will he sold entire or in
luta as may best suit the puridaisur.
A L,30, at the Baum thou and plaeo n lot of mountain
land situated near„l'apertown, containing 20 ACREF,
ALSO, two Indicting lots In the villttgo of Paperlown,
which will be suit: untho premises, after the,silo of the
other properties. -
ray sone wishing to flow the property, before) Um day
of sale can do so by calling on SAMUEL lIIhIIIIAUU II,
who resides on the first named tract.
— Fah. to commence nt 1 o'clock 51. when terms, which
will ho rensonable t will be mode known by
• ELIZABETH BENNETT.
' Executrix of Jasper Bennett, deed.
Aug. 24, 1869. t. e. •
DU.131141,C SALE.—By virtue of an or
derl of the OrphanliCourt of Cumberland county
1 will expose to.public gide. on tin, Mansion Farm; the
late residence of John Bowman, deed.. en FRIDAY, the
23.1 day of SEPTEMBER next, at 11 o'clock, A. M.
I All.that LOT OU GROUND, situate in Upper Allen
Township. Cumberland County. imuuded by David
Dwyer, Hiram Longnocker and otli•
err, containing about hal f an acre. „,,.., , - .7.••• - i
having a one story and a half 110E6E, ii,,
and LOU STABLE thereon erected. tit- „.., n r.
Also, A TRACT OF WOODLAND, In Lower Alien,
Township, Cumberland County, boundod by Abraham
Freed, Wtp, McKinsoy, MeCluro's lkirs nod Mims,
CONTAINING 0 ACRES, 115 PERCHES
TEItIIB OF SALE.—One fourth of the purchase tent,-
op to ho paid at the coolirinatlon of file sale mid the
residue on the Ist of April, 16iiO i when title and pos,
'session will be given.
• MAMA 0. 1101WIAN,
Administrator ot.lohn Bowman, decd
Aug. 24, 1550. 7 t s.
pi.,1434:1&1,E.:---Under'dti order of
gale Main Orphans' 'Coat of Cumberland
County, the uniteridancol will expose to Public Salo on
the prethlacs, on SATURDAY, the 21th day of gFP
TENIBEIt next, at 1 o'clock, P. 31.,dh0 REAL ESTATE
of George Finkenblnder, deed. being a Tractof Land In
Frankfort' Township, Cumberland County-,1;
CONTAINING 102 ACRES, 56 PERCHES,
more or less strict measure, bounded by the Conodo.
gulnet Creelt. lands Finken hinder, Israel llllckey,
and Ilenry :,lentzer. This tract is Slate Land, and has
a good 1.011 lIOUSE. Frame Para. Wag. ,
on Shed, and Corn Crib upon It. There .. 4 k •
la a good WELL of water near the door. I I I
and a Mean (MR
OA of thrifty apple 1.
trees, with other Fruit Tiers a round ;Ll:k , : feo •
the house. It Is situated on 11I'Clure'n
Clap (toad, Itokad, about 8 tulles west of Carlisle, ono mile ferns
Dillow Bridge, nod opposite to Frehn's Dllli, ou the •
Terms and conditions made
. known on the day of
Administrator of (cargo Finkeubinder, deed.
• Aug. 111, s.
On SATURDAY, AUGUST 27, Will to
sold at public! ,salo at tlhe Into residence of JANE A.
KAUFMAN, in East Mgt street, Carlisle, the follow
ing described personal pruportjr,
~ THREE COWS,
Two of.whlct aro frost, two Millers, rnd a lot of Corn,
Ilny and straw, and a largo variety of Household and
kitchen FURNITURE. entisistiag of Beds, Bedding,
hairs, Tables, Bureaus, Brands,Cupboards, :tows; Het
tics, fie., Ac.,
Snit, to COMMOOCO at 10 o clock, when terms will bo
made known by . .I.lt. HALBERT.
Carlisle, Aug. 24, 'l5O. Administrator.
IRS MANTILLA. .
1 1-IEI-: 'kA
AND 'CLOAK V3IPPICIUM.
No. 708' CHESTNUT Street, (ibOve Seventh,
The subser hers invite the attention of Lunt.% to
their citock o Elegant Garments, of which be.
log n speCia' they are enabled to offer the most corn..
piece assort ent to the city.
They Mini open Inv the course of Feptetubcl. and Octo.
her, their lioyontwrioNs consisting of
• EMBROIDERED VELVET CLOAKS,.
11ANDS0511; DEAVER CLOAKS, •i
OPERA CLOAKS, &c., Sc.,
and elegant specimens o Ham Manufacture, will
be added to their Stock EVERY HORNING'
TIIROUGH THE SEASON.
J. VV. PR011iT0,11.& CO.
Importers and Ideinilfantures of.. •
CLOAKS AND MANTILLAS'
N 0.700, tiIIEeTNUT Street, (above 7th.,)
August 31, 1880. 8 mos..
I L TRU . SSES I BRACES I I I SUPPORT
C. H. NEEDLES. •
S. w. Corner Twelfth 6c Race Streets
Pratttrnl Adjnstor of Rupture Trusses and Herbal:l- -
cal Remedies. lies constantly on hand n largo Stock of
Buntline FrOtich trusses, also a compieto assortment of
the I est American. Including the celebrated Whites
Talent - Lever Trustnitelteved-by-the-beslautlictritfest4_.
be superior t any yet Invented. English nod. .
run Supporters and Belts. Shoulder Braces, Suspensory.
Bandages. Self Injecting Syringes. sdnuted to both sor
es, In neat portable cases, kr!nch Pessaries, Urinal Bags
dm, re and lettere of etiqulnyt aril Teat prompt t.:
'August . ly.
way- NI lIAMI4II¢ COSI POUND DIV
RETie 1,11,M t , aro. rocolinnunded by eminent.
rhy.idaha, as a mre. speedy—and - permanent
.curo fir Oruro, Etrluturan'and all otbk . dlrrases or de.
.ranankrient ..ar the bladdpr at! Mdanyr t .Pllco.Flhr
Maio poi' box' . •
- • Dld: 3. P. lIAIIIII.'dN
, tillru&) Street, I.l39udellibla
"Aan, Prop''etas übu lifimufaotttrernof
••fir. - Itanipt,olei Aiati-Rheunintic Dl(Vure,
• • :Iledieuted Cougeßyniiii
The Orcal.:Daido:aCuni'Qr Itcatortr.
mig.24,1869. .• •
JOGS lIA NUSILUE