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Wednesday, Aug: 31, 1859
PEOPLE'S STATE. TICKET.
FOR AUDITOR OENERAI. -
THOMAS E . COCHRAN,
York - Vounty
FOR SURVEYOR GENERAL.
Gen. WILLIA MII. KEI M,
of ,Berks Cotinty
PEOPLE'S COUNTY TICKET
W. B. 'IRVINE, Upper Allen
; - ASSEMBLY, -
JOHN. MoCURDY, Shippensburg
WILLIAM ALLISON, Perry Co.
A. t. - SPO ) NSLIIIII, Carl6l6
JOHN D. GORGAS, Carlisle
C. P. HUIIIRICH,, Carlisle
DIRECTOR OF THE . POOR,
C01..W. H.•WO' DBURN,
• COR NEU,
JOHN HOLTZ, ast Penneborgugh
HENRY, RUPP, Bampden
GEORGE WALTFUS; NNTharni)
• • ORGANIZE-Olt Z -
The chief element of success, in a political
campaign, is organization, without it we are
doomtd to defeat,, wiih it, we can achieve "a
triumph. Heretofore, in most cases, we haw
consoled each other .after thO election,: by
saying. "Ah 1. if we had been well organized
We could have-elected' our ticket ; next year,
'we must take measures to get our vote out,and
we goal be sure of success." Now if our
friends arc really sincere in this, the sooner
they got about it•thelietter, If a want . of or
ganization is the obstacle to political ascen
dency, now is the time to rethovelt. We oaf]
.upon the Members of the Standing Committee,
. to see that their respective townships are• thor
oughly, canvassed, so thrit our strength may
be known,-and the eniire-vote brought-to the
polls: There never was a better ticket placed
before the peopleof this county, than the one
which nowtheads our paper, and we should be
fabliftb every principle of honor; if we suffer
ed it to be defeated. the right of suffrage is
guarantied to all. .It is a right oblimed by
the man who refuses to' exercise it,
.falls-in-tbelluty-be.owes to his flow citizens.
PICRILY COlfinY. —The People's-Convention
of Perry County, met on Monday the 22d inst
and put an etcelleut ticket in. nomination,
William Allison of lluncannen, vviis selected
is tke_Candidate. for tho Legislature, to run
in connection with John McCurdy of Cumber
land. '. M. B. Holman Esq., of .Liverpool was
Piestdent,of the Convention.
SZNATOICIAL.—The Senatorial conferees ap
pointed by tbel'eople's Convention ofe Cum
berland, Perry, Juniata and Mifflin will meet
at NeMpoq to-morrow, Co settle on a candi
. In advoonting the claims of Cumberland, to
the next Senator, we have no desire to lessen
the claims of other counties. in the district ;
date presented from this counts', because we
believe he can be elected. if the conferees
think differently, we shall subnitt to their do
. vision without a word, and go in heartily for
tke nominee, regardless of location, whether
the choice should fall on Col. Patterson of
Juniata, or our old friend Col. Butler of Mil
- Bitt,for - whom - we cherish the warmest feelings
of respect and esteem.
. DOUOLAB STOOK Rietua.—At tho Detnocratfo--'
Convention in Berke CduntyrGeorgo M. Lau-
E. Greismen, wore elected delegates" to the
State Convention, with instructions tirsupport
, delegates to the Charleston Conventioli favora
ble to Stephen A. Douglass.
Warm; MeMinium, the accomplished edi
tor of the Philadelphia North American is talk
ed of se the People'ti candidate for the State
Senate. We hope the citizens of his district
do themselves the honor of nominating
and elcoting,him. They will never find better
Elsterlal.out of which to make -a Senator:
Cot. A. K. ItieCtu RE. The conferCeS of
f I Franklin, Adams and Fulton aOuntiee have
unanimously nominated Col. A K; Iliceltire as
the candidate for State Senator, in that district•
SENATORIAL NOMINATION.—The De
mocratic Conferees met •at Newport, on
•Thursday last, to - nominate a Candidate for
State Senator. After 87 ballots were bad
the choice fell:ori Dr. E. D. Crawford, of ..1 . 4!
niata. Cumberland "had no show". in the
conference. Had the nominee of this county
been Mr. Bucher; instead of Col. Cheiitnitt,
the result migbt.:haye been different.
Guy. Jacusqx's Satyr Boa.—On the 17th
inst. at Nashville, the gold snuff-box, desigt
adl)y Gen. Jackson to presented to that
soldier, of the city.of New York, who should
acquit himself with most valor, in the Mexi
can war, was presented to Gen. Ward B,
Berndt, under the award of his comrades in
arms, made some time ago. bait - was
originally presented tcrGen. Jacke'on by the
authorities of New York. We give the fol
lowing description of it from the Washington
Sates i• . . .
"The box 18 of - massive gold and of bur.
oished brightness. Its edges are !I
solid rims or bands of the same 'precious
metal. On the bottom it is encircled by this,
and on the lid by two tastefully executed hot..
' den offiucrs cror. In,the pattel of theatnall
litfislbislascript.ion, delicate., _.
ly.carved : k t-Presented by the Mayor, Alder
man, and •Commonalt.y of the city of New
York to ,Maj. Gen. , Andrew Jeckson, with •
the freedom of the city, as a testimony of
respect for, his high military fiervices." An .
insepplipn as simple and 'unaffected as the
B'l'lllatit .#oldier whose patriotism, courage,
- and abiltty it acknowledges.. It is very mos--
and, i s put together ' in the most durable style
• ,403n90x ._}loyeel, New Yoeic.—We call - the
natt:eption of our readers to the odiertieemeet •
thiikr)n. known tfouee. It limit) of the be?' •
Botaletintko oi(rfoi thO ' ••
FRO* 0 -
, The' steamship Mosel' .Taylor kns ?iae.(l - St
Now York fro& California, with over.ewo mil
lions in goltt: : -•• •".
Among the imissengers are flag officer tong,
late in commend of the Pacific squadron, who,
with his Secretary. and flag Lieutenant
low, returns to_ the United Steles; alSo, tire
commander, officers and crew of thd sloop-of
war Decatur, Whearrived at Panama in the
United Staten ship Warren. -.--
The United States ships Merrinitte,: Vanda
lin Warrenwere-in Panama: -and ihe Ro
anoke, Sabine and Preble were at AapinWafl,
A quicksilver minTlurd peen .discovered
uety.San Jose;Jim ifurtintingeniug of 'which,_
was celebrated witkreligious exercises, by the
Mexican propritildrs, concluding with a
per and ball.. . -
Broderick ' , and Gain .areAktinvaasing the
,State. contestja marked with the most
,personalities. . Broderick dlini•ges e
with brlbery, fraud and'falseliced
Larnaca by milling Brodeiick'n coward, fiiiid
fier andtfaitor. , Theapproacliing election is
the -most excitingly canvassed one that has
ever taken place-in California. Mr. Latham,
tho 'AilaiinietNation• candidate for Governor,
has been, defending himself against a serious
charge, It has -been' slated that four years
ago he' attempted to bribe one of the Judges
of the-Supreme Cotirt. as to obtain a. faiMr
abledecision in 11 case in Which he•wns coun•
sal. Be made a speech denying the .charge,
and rend letters andaffidavits to show its ut-
It is probabbitbat.tltO Republicans and An
ti.:-LeceulPlPPit49.ll_coalesee, and 'vote for
one set of candidates. •
Pencf•al Harney his ordered a detachment'
of United States troops to take possession of
the island of San Juan, and establish . there a
military post. The right of ownership to this
andlther" islands is inflisputo between the
English and 'American. GotrernMents. Gen.
Harney, it is,to be prestunell,..ciatsunder in
structions from-the Administration;--and as
British interests havewithiti a year gsquired
much importance in that quarter, it is not un
likely that trouble will grow out of the affair.
Several murders have taken place recently
The wild excitement, nt Chiriqui, is in
creasing. - A letter dated. (11 . Airiqui, August 2,
.1859, states !hilt sou - ie .- few white people have
peen into• the diggings, but. most of Abe gold
dug up to this time has been takertnut by the
Indians, and sold for its weight in Plata. The
Indians have found much richer 'lattices' than
any known by the . whites. -
The writer says : do net think that any
Americaer-shturlielkt et to dwintich until the
dry season, and then I think twenty thousand
men can take out fortunes in a short time.—
Nearly every grave hos more or less gold in
it, and. 4 there are ninny - thousands of 'these
gr'ayes ';huncai,'.all over the country, noth
ing is wanting but labor to bring the gold out.
The images aro found . from two to four feet
below the pottery, and the latter is Sound
some four feet below the surface. • No bones
•are fopnd in the graves, and only small traces
of human hair. I have purchased sonic very"
curious articleg Of pottery and gold. .1 think
the aborigines valued copper more than gold, a s
alillrecopperimage:vere much fiver wrought
than those of gold. Many of the articles bear .
unmietakable, signs of Chinese figures. One
gold image has the •almond leyes' peculiar to
the Asiatic race. •
~ - ..There are many singular stories brought in
by the ,Indians.. All, or at least most of them,
are doubtless mere fabrications. One Indian,
Who brought in some six pounds of gold ima
gee,. %lays that there is a Sierra-de los Muer
los in the interior, where the gold is as plenty
as rocks, and where the Indian kings are all
buried, but that no while 'man can go there,
as the Indians are very brave and hate the
pale faces. For a tin-cup one Iridian promis
ed to show me a place where gold. was in the
rocks as plenty as the reek itself. '
have seen some gold dust and gold quartz,
but not enough fo 'make me believe that any
one has discoviired the mines where the gold
was taken from, from which all these 'lmams'
are filled. Ono 'Mimi sap he can take me
in four days to a ruined city where the houses
aro built of stone, and some of them hate gold
nails in the walls, and where they put. gold
pots in'the - graves larger than
made a large discount on what he said, as I
had just given him a drink of pure Americ'an
The quantity of gold.which
proves leyohd a doubt that great quantifies
exist sorae*here'near he're."
s CHURCHES IN PHILADELPHIA._
In the list of property in Philadelphia ex
emit from taxation, we find there are 310
churches, the assessed value of which, is
. $8,976,950. Of these, 69 are Presbyterian,
'52 Episcopalian, 83 Baptists, 32 Methodist
Episcopal, 81 Methodist Protestant, 27 Roman
Catholic, 16 Friends, 10 Lutheran, 8 Germ'an
.Reformed, f, Swedenborgian, and. 6 Jewish
Synagogues: 7 , '
In Baltiinore, there aro 148 churches, of
which 41 are Methodist Episcopal, 33 Protes
tant Episcopal, 19 Roman Catholic, 16 Pres-
Vt.Or'ien, '9 Baptist, 3 English Lutheran, 6
German • Lutheran, 6 'German Reformed, 5
Methodist 'Protestant, 6 Jeivish Synagogues,
and 6 Atragan Methodists. •
If, as 'has been often asserted, the true
character and-prosperity of-a attested
by its churches and other religions institu
tions, Brooklyn must stand at the kead of the
'list, as she heti more churches, according to
the population, than any other city in the,
GaEAT EMITERN.—This gigantic steamship,
'built in England, is now completed, and.' the
public, oliboth sides of the Atlantic, will soon
have an opportunity of contrasting her speed
with smaller vessels. "
Her weight is 'about 80,000 .tons, and her
engines will drive her, with a force, equal to
12,000 horsa-power, at.the rate of more than
20 miles anbour. • It is expected that she will
be able to cross the Atlantic in six or seven
days. ~,,Late accounts • from' LiverpOol state
that tickets were being issued there for -pas:
sage in the Great•Eastarn to Portland, Maine,
and batik, for the sum of fort i y•twopounds.--
The passengers are allowed to live:on board
the ship during the alai at Portkind, which,
it is supposed; wilrbe about two months.
The subscribers have sold their entire stock
of clothing and Gents furnishings Goods to A.'
.Wiel,-who will constantly—keep a full-assort,
Ment in his line. We would respectfully ask
a oontinuancb of the favors shown to us for
-many years, to : our successor.. Our books
will remain with Mr. Wiel,',at the old stand
near the Market"Hoine, -where those indebted
to ua willpleaso call andsettle. STEINER & Bro
The undersigned having purchased the es-
tabliebment frOm 'he above firm, wou orm
Lim comniunityrAltat helm just gone..aet to
lay ircan entire new etoek• of Clothing • and
Cents furnishing Goods, and reepeetfullyinvitea
hie old tt2o a,and_....the public generaltv
give Mina . call. -1 • • • •.. • •
SPECIAL . NOTICE
golint Ant -,VAtters.
Me Aegisiek fon: Week
:Ending August 29th, 182'O.
1869 . .1 Therino- Bain
h 8 Q 0
1 011 , 00 .165
.Thn degree of bent' In, the Any° rtlglstor 10 , the, doll
of three eteervetlems. '
NEW • ADVEILTISEDIR723. .
Persons in" want of Farms. will tiTeguell
variety in, ourcOlumnn,jn regard •io location
size, and improvements, . that the taste and
poCket may both be consulted in making a sc..
lection. We have' only.-loom to enumerate
tlienwreferring our readers to the advertise
ments for Particulars. .
John R. Stumm, a farm in Ilampton.twp:
-David Dernutinand fiavid Caldwell a farm in
Newton' township -' •; I: • .
Andrew Miller, a farm on the Walnut Bot
tom road, near Centerville.
Michael Friese, n•farm 2i miles from Car
John.llandshue, ajarfirin Monroe twp.
Maria C. Bowman, a lot of groimd and im
'Provements in Upper Allen township.
' David ..Finkenbinder, a farm in •.Frankfor.
Alfred; - Moore, several properties at Mount
holly Springs. '.
,Benjamin Kauffman antl Christion Herr, Hutt
valuable' properly known as the' Carlisle Iron
Philip Zeigler, a farm and mill properly oti
the Conodoquinctt area. •
Semi Graafian, a farm in' .Wpflt
W. W. Dale, and S. B. Kieffer, a Duni with
in ld miles of Carlisle.
Joseph Cuhier, sixty scres of eleiired land
in Monroe township.
Geo. G. llncidson,• n house end lot of ground
in Diekinaon•tOwnship. •
Samuel Eberly,' a farm, and other property
in Lower Allen towmillip. • • '
John B. Coover, end Barbara,Brall, n faro
in tipper Allen tow ship.
SALE OF TOWN LOM—Hg r e. remind
o'clock, at the Court !louse; of those valuabl r e
loss advertised by Fredk. Watts. Attorney for
S. S. Smith. They offer very advantageous
sites for private dwellings, or'a young lady's
Senlinary, and eapnalistschould embrace this
opportunity' to securp them.- • • - .
THE OPENING 'OF RfIEE3I'S HALL.—
On Friday evening last, according to
nnuncenteid,this Hall was opened to the
public, the event being celebrated, by a grand
Concert under the direction rlobt;
Rlieem. • The singers on this ocasion,lllllll
- nearly a hundred, were - children from
the common schools, who have been under
Mr. Rheek's tuition, since the' Board of
School DireMors, i decided to introduce musk
into the schools, as an addition to therMgli
lar studies. The. Concert wart, made up O! .
Solos,. Duetts and Choruses, original and 'se
lected, concluding with the cantata of Faith
Hope and Charity. The ni;pearni;co of the
stage, as the curtain rose, was beautiful ; .to
see so many little girls, tastefully dressed
in white, and wearing gdrlands of, flowers,
was peculiarly gratifying to the audience, and
contributed, no little, to the interest of the
chilren so young, perfect harmony,
of course,' was not to be expected, yet the
singers acquitted themselves adadvably, the
ease with which they sang, and their cle . ar
intonation attesting the care and attention.
employed - by :tin Rheem in his dePartment.
The concert was repeated on Saturday even.
ing, to an audienco somewhat larger, than
on Friday, but on both evenings, the attend
gratified that Carlisle could at has oast of
a Hall. so extenttive,and comfortable for pub.
lie entertainment 4
PARK BENJAMIN . - Arrangements
have been entered into with this poptilar
theturer, by Mr. Jacob Rheem; for the de.
livery of two lectures in the new Ball on the
evenings of the 15th and 16th of September
next• - Mr. Benjamin, is one Of the most en•
tertaining lecturers in the country, and .our
citizens have a rich treat in store for, them.
DICKINS.ON COLLEGE.—The Full ses
sion of Dickinson College, commences on
Thursday September Sth. We understand
that the new applications - this session are unu
sually latze, and it is therefore probable that,
the eollegiate'Year, will commeuco with a lily
ger number of sttideuts than last year.
IRVING FEMALE OOLLECIE ThIS
floticishing Institution, at Mechanicsburg,
will commence the regular Fall session, on
the 7th of September. We learn that the
prospects for n large accession of Stiidents
are very flattering. This College has he.,
came quite a feature of our County, 'find de;
servedly am' The location is central, and
easy of access, the edifice is, large and con'
modious and the instructors efficient and ex.
perienced. Parents, may therefore place
their daughters in that Institution, with every
confidence that both "'Mild and body will be
well cared for.
CUMBERLAND VALLEY INSTITUTE, at
'Mechanicsburg will open on the let inst. This
'lnstitution is now under Ihe charge of Messrs
liiullin St Reefie,.tioth_graduates of Dickinson
College; and 'ad,ipirably qualified for their pm:
!Mien. The Institute offers peculiar adieu
tagee to young men who wish to prepare them
selves to enter College, and we are happy to
leak that the'Principala anticipate full class : , ,
Waiiiiittling 'year. —' '•
ARRESTED FOB ROBBING
i TIIE MAIL.—
A•man named Peter Kiefover,ueting as as
sistant Viekinson,was arrested this
morning by Sheriff•MeCianEy, on the nom
,/d--Mr..Moore, special-agent-of the' ,
elan. Ho bed been.atteoding the Post Office
at Diekinson, during tile illnesi of the Poet.
roaster. • ' . •—",‹ . -
• • •
gernead . the advertiser:lßa of . Dr. SIN-
Tospii Liver I . nn(qoraior. • ' - -
T i.p.ocEuniztios, oP COURT
Argsasit." . Teim 1000:
• As we
.have but as week at 'the Angtist,'
„Term, it is-not netted to try many eaaetrin tho
Common'tleas At4his tottit,.the eriminol
list was so'hirge, thrtethO Whole : weelt wasex
hansied in disposing-051MM.:,. : „1,:.,, .
' The following are aiming4lte - most impor
loth cases before the Conit •
Dies 4 Ili:aiid)::-Conspiracy, one .
the oath of the deferuiplein the' case' which fol 6 . ivit. The suit grovr" of, eertain iron
- etions in the solo tuut.iinrebuse of mules.
The jury rendered,r) Verdict for the Defoe-'
dunrs; - andihe - Prosieutorslo-itty;the-coits.—:-
Con). vs. Michaelft.lileaver, J. C: BrolVna
en ep , ed on ,payment gnosis.
Oottil vs. Calvin . Eefer,• Allen •Jacobs et
Copppirnoy.ette cent in n ed:
Com..vs Emanuel Geo: Spisberger;
el. alins,-: Kidnapping. eilse_cont 'fluted , .
Corn vs. W,m. Soouiler,'Geo. Horn;-=NOg
lect. of duty o's supervisors of Itliftin town4liip.
, Corn:vs Jas. Gayer ,— Adultery, Defendant
Com. vs. NM. "'Oarlnne,—Arson, Defen
dant : .
Coin. vs. Joshua.Atherton,--Arson. •
, The Defentlattt.'itins: - conyietell en a Count for
malicious mischief nnd•seutenced. to the coun t y
ty jail ferniti months:, ' - •
63,111, ae .Eliza Bell,— obtaining deeds un
der fahte pretences, and Larceny. The de-
fondant plead guilty to the larceny, and tras
sent to jaiiirtar 20 days.
Con. vs. 'Jacob lOoker.—Profanity, Defeo •
dent. was sentenced to pay tiro costs of prose-,
on lion. •
Cont. vs. Caroline Warden, Barbara. Fennell
Tsatielln Clark,—Affray. The twill:tit - named
defendnnttf•are colored women, they w'ev.all
bound guilty, Caroline was sent to jail for live,
days, and the others 30 dayl each.
Cont. vs.-,Tohn'Fitilter n o d Frederick Kalst
allits - Frederi'ek prist,—larceny, Kt Ist - was '
acquitted, Fisher was conviete'd an'tr s.Mt to
prison for 12•nionths. • -
Cum. vs. Frederfc"lc Ssnno,—Ass'aulting nn
off cer, Defendant plead guilty Mutwas'sent to
prison for 20 days.
Cont. Adidiao McManus, nntl Jane Me.
Nlanns;—lnfantieide.- The tirst-naMed
fondant was charged with having destroyed
n'n illegitimire child, and the mother was almi
indicted as an accesSory. The evidence
brought before the' court, showed that the
.charge was entirelYgroundless, and the parties
Cont. vs. John Plank and Jacob Kutz,—As-'
sault and Battery, cone •
Louisa Klinepeter and Sarah glinepeter,
Disorderly. House, caso•eoiHoued,
• After disposing of several other small cases
'the - court° adjourned over to Monday, to finish
up the business of the Term.
On Monday several petitions-were presen
ted for '•views'• and ••reviews" of roads. 'The --
report of the,viewers in the case Of the divi
ding line hiAWCCII Dickinson and Southittiddle•
'lon, was argue& berme the court, but no de
ch.iou was bad on it.
'Puri OLD - GDAvEYADD a recent
walk to the Nectinydlonse'_Bprintpr, we found
that Worknien are now engaged . in building a
substantial stone wall,.‘itromuLthe old Grave ,
yard. Thii, in a very necessary improvement,
for the ohtfetice had become so bad that it
afforded no protection to the graves.- As this
_wall is being built at the'.9xpense.principally,,
of these whose (master's lie in this old Come
try, wo hope they will beautify the grounds
to some extent; and reset the tombslonesariany
of which, have become sink misplaced.
A singular case of longevity:; in one family
connection, my, be found in (his old GO'Ve
yard. Nine persons lie side by nide, .whose •
united ages amount to 676 years, their re
spective ages being 75.811-60 61.77-70.73=74-
02. The find. was. buried in 1747, and
,lust in 1868, comprising a perimbiff 112 yearn.,
From theinscription on the tombstone of the
lady who died in her Nil year, we learn, that
she was "almost 60 years a wife, and 27 a
widow ; " having lived to'nee 711 anniversa
ries of her wedding day. 811 e wa's horn in
1741, within sight, almost, of her preitent rent
iTi`g Waco, and died in Carlinle,,in 1833.
morning as the train was passing up, on this
tittle of Shiremanstown. a 'oil_ man named
Henry Nichols, a deaf mute,was standing clam
by the track, apparently watching if any ears
were coining down the road. Ilefore ho was'
aware of it, the locomotive from the oppe,ito .
direction passed him; fie was struck in the
head by the corner of (lie baggage car, `find
thrown 801110 distance from the track. -The
train was stopped inimediately and-the young
man was 'carried to:his home a short distance
from thernilroad, be was alive, but inshnsible,
and it Was feared when the passengers left. the
Occident might be fatiit —
ATTEMPTED SUICIDI,—A m named
Gruver, attempted to cot his throat on,,Sotur- .
day - last, but some of the tilighltors,ran in just
in titlitillo-deprive him of thav•pleasure ; the
wound is not dangerous. Ills wife hind made
oath against hint that morning, charging him
with an'at.tempt to kill her, and this is said to
have been the cause of his attempt to kill:him- .
self. ile'was arrested and committed to pris-
.The Ilon.lonx W. DAVIS, a pa
five of Cumberlaicl county, died at his rosi•
deuce, in Indiana:on the 22d instant. Mr.
Davis woo the architect of hit own fortune,
Ile emigrated from this county-many years
ago, desponding the Ohio, with all his effects.
in a flat boat.. He was elected to Congress in
1836, and was subsequently. Speaker of that
body. Ito was appointed Minister to China,
and afterwards held the position of Governor
of Oregon. Mr, Davis was;•through 14; an
ardent politician, and served as President of
the National Convention, at the. time General
Pierce was nominated. '
ANOTHERFIRE IN SHIPPENSBURO.—
We learn from the S'SW/I':" that on Sunday weak
a fire broke out in the stable of Mr. D. Wal 7
tete, which was totally destroyed. • It is sup•
posed to have beet 'set on fire by, some ma
ELEPRiNT . EI, ARE COMING,— A
.Sandeilaiiiinst-CoUi ;Gigantic ...Combine ,
tion , • itnus, Will be in town onTuesday next,
and give two pertorinancee afternoon. and
evening. 'Bee advertisement. .
• LARaE .1 . It. •Egberk, . of
Oh! . heyongh;.presented utt with a Tolpehook
en - appl4; which wcighs'l - If nni - of our
er uin um, au betlw, wu shall—btrentl
to see their specimens: : • •
CAMP MEETiNci:---On Friday, the
canitnieeting • for:iheoCarlisle Cireeff,. '
doremenee in Dunlop's woods near Shepherds
tovin. It will be 'largely, attended. 1 , .
7 Chr l gj Doh Ent*,
•Tue,.LONDON QVADT Ell REVIEW—No.
211, Republished by I. Snit 4,c0.,.54 Gold ,
streel..Nely York. 'Ali:ice. i 3 per.nithuri;i7
Thi l 4 nuuihe•.opens with en ut•iiele of sur
pnii4ino interest 011 the Lite of E111:111US,"
Will/ he tiesignots-ti .e, • the Great :Berm leer'
L , yore the 4 iittpritioio,p," upd Khoo the write•
reiptithi nu the ,eftiet proinot:o3;yll. F utile uuS
ch t syienl titer.tture .• thbi' ul`'the Alptt ".
The negt article it on J,ilc Aretn•nuee."'
I ‘.l'opubir :Milt-icor the Olib-ri 71
IntO•miik by Chiippell, is ndrpirqbly litvittlOd
"The progress er Geology," surveYs the
sec jute' nnt-sladl all the -inportant facts
which that science )111 . H, yet.
Among its distinguished, votarics high 'praise
is bestowed upon Trot . .. Rogers, whoSe,'' , Gen-.
logy'of Pennsylvania," pr . 2nouneed tir...4nost
remarkable and tonly,noble
.!.131.trdon'sLifo of Tytler," gives tL pleasing
sketch the great Scottish 16810 . 11 am; and the
arlicleon7.l3erli,hire.'' is replete , :wikhi
aneedotes,•and reminiseenees c‘MtMeted with
the early history.6l . that famous "Royal Eng=
lisp 1:01111ty." ' ".
The number' etw..es' uitL a masterly pnper
011 1110 `• lncniion elf Etlgisind."
. The British liJyipos.s, republished by Messrs
Scott' & Co , of which the London Quarterly is
one, Site, at this jubeture in the affairs. of
,Europe, of unusual interest tti'Ainerjean rea
ders, discussing' as they do4rittbe grent,,ques
tiomi that now ct serintuli con'euls . ti: — tife old
world, with a.elearnes.s • and ability 'nowhere
elA„e to be fontitl.
(Price ame four Reviews, i 8 a year;
"lilackwo. d" aucl the four Reviews, $lO,
THE A TLANTIC MONTHLY. for Sepl enlber,
present:4 nil interesting: bad.-varied table of
The ldfe and Worka of A ry Selleffer—A Visit to met --
tice rineyavd—oetohei 10 May-,Thh Choi:dela—The
11eolog—Onre told iinul h Trip to Cab:l—
-./A.llll4'N VOW—The slntlor of titn nnocenta—My lion.
ble:,tod how Ile undid Me—The Hilt:Pr—Tim Prajesaor
at the 'keel:fast Taldo—llelows and Literary Notieett
—ldth and Liberty In America: 1 The New and the
((Id 2. Up n 1111,1,11.11 thy Irawaddi: Napoleonic f1111N*;
CrolltlVY High biro in New Pork; Great Auction.
„Slttle of Slaves. at Savannah, Ileorglic, Popular 'l'nlre,
from the \M!.; Lore; Dcal nap,: The Nmels
James Fennintore Cooper; Mho.° Flerainpvca. or the
Challenge of Ilarletta—Recent American Paidleations.
paling the public taste. ItS contrihnbnrs are
nutting the brightest intellects of the country,
and every article in its pages bears Ducks of
talent:and Zitholarship. Single copies can be
tool at Piper's
81, AC KWOO M Ai - All tgl; F 6 it A VGIST, ^Re
publishoi by L. Serttt t Co., 5t Cold street,
New_Yorb•.: Price 3a Year: Coldents:—
London ExhildflonF; Conflict of tiio,Schools—Tho
Lu of Ladysfatslc: Curt Vl—Lord .M3l.lllThly and' the
Highlands 01 ffeothind—Leallors of dm Reformation:
I.llllwL.Calc In, LatlniaL nosc=Ccl hit IL r
ariaKir cif ffifirlflis SllrratiVe of Owl:.—Tho IlanolCd
and the Ilautilerc. it the Ihfitsff and tho Drain—The
!feat's; What is If I
All the British Periodicals: - at the present
crisis, are dibeussing freely, and Avith.constun
mate ability, the great questions which ttgi•
- tote the Nations' Of Europe. This gives them
ittereased'interest. to American readers.
AVASIII NGTON . TERRITORY
Never, to our k n owledge, has the prospect
been so favorable for heavy, crops of wheat"
and oats 118 it has been Hai; year. Though
the winter and spring were rather backward,
the present.iverm weather will fully make tilt
the deficiency. The crop throughout this nod
Pierce counties. we shouhl ju}lge from present
appearances, will yield 'on an average, twenty
bushels pe'r acre or wheat. and from thirty—
five to tOrty bushels of oats. ThiA; at $1 purl
bushel for .oats. abil $1 50 to $i for Wheat;
will appear like profitable farming fo our
friends in the States. The above are only the
average price 4 of the country, not. its highest
`,,Present appearances indicate that fruit will
be note plentiful than ever heretofore in our
territory. is not MI uncommon sight to see
an apple tree, in the fourth year of its growth,
- merlin& more than six or seven feet high, load
ed with it bushel or more . , a the fittest fruit.
It meets with a ready sale. at almost exorbi
tant prices— • Chin ries, '2B cents a pint; goose
berries, 40 cents a quart Early apples read
ily sell-at from 80 to -10 cents per pound, but
the average price is not exceeding 20 cents;
The fun, J. gievetis, the democratic
110011 CO. 11111 i tburecentdelegnte to Congress.
told a doulo, the successful candidate
by a small majority -less than COO. It is
claimed, however, by the friends of the Oppo
sition candidate, (Mr.-Wallace,) that they
supported the true wing of the Democracy,
though it was anti-Adrainistratip •
Ottrali)‘; •ELEUTION. —The democratic
party. or the crimple of Air *oat, claim the
el • ' ' !doe votes onl while
the Remit,limin paiay claim, by reject Ing Bottie
alleged illegal votes, n dell majority for Mr.
Logan — llliiii"dlicial — erailvass,dt is positively
asserted, will not . determine this important
'quesOon, for. should ;%11.. Stout 'receivo',the
certificate front the lhod 7 d StateaConvassers,
Mr. Logan will contest the much coveted seat
in the !louse of Representatives, and so it is
with 'Air Stout.
Speclil kllspateb tn.Mkgourl Republican.
• Pict: Punt) Exrmitrum —Later
Gold' .Ifines . —Leavenworth, A aja.si 22 —The
Overland Expretts has just arrived here from
Denver,City, bringing dates to-the I3th inst.
The news received is considered of an impor•
Rich discoveries had been made in the Med
icine Bow Mountains, near the head waters of
tile °lichee, Pondre,t.which are situated one
hundred and fifty miles florally eSt. front Den
Gregory and Defros, the latter of whom is
a member of the famous • Indiana Company,
left for the north on the 10th inst.
Great excitement still prevailed withregard
to the discoveries about the head waters 'of
the South Platte.
Nearly a thousand persona from the Greg
ory Diggings passed through Denver City
within 48 , Itours' time, en route for the above
'So itttense'was the excitement and so eager
were the miners, to get off, that many left
claims behind them that averaged ten dollars
Advices from the South Park Or 'Colorado
Diggings continued to be favorable.
Special Thapatch to the Republican.
Mora: Goi.u.—Atchison,:August 22.—A par:
ty of seven persons arrived this morning from
the Pike's Peak gold mines. They brought
with them over one hundred ounces of gold.
They 'report unfelt- sickness, but only a few
deaths. .This party. ill return in a few weeks.
Wild Cherry Baleaut.—Tlid memory of Dr.
. Wistar is embalmed in the hearts of thousands
his "Did am of Wild aiet:ry" baacured
of coughs;oolds, consumption, or.some other
f.rm of P. - ulmounry dipeaso.
ll.,,.•There's a vile counterfeit of this Bel
eam, therefore be.sure and buy only thatpre
paied by S. W. Fowlo.& Co , Boston. ndliell
lms the written signature of 1.- PUTTS on t h e
outside wrapper. .
ttg. As this Is the season of the year when worros are
most formidable among children, the proprietors oP
sl'Latio's Vormifuge. Pluming Bras. of Pittsburg, beg
Novo to eoliths attention et parents" to Its virtues for
expolling of those annoying nod often fatal enemies of
children. It was inventod by a physician of great ex.,
',Mance in Virginia, who, after having used - it for sev
eral years in his mv . II practice, and ibu,id in Success no
wasiminced at last to oiler it to the inthlie
nen chug but rerta .
since borome popniar, throughout. llie United
lingua, al the most ellielerit Veruitfuge eveAlinown.and
the &mond tins berm steadily on tho Increase since its
first Introduction td the public. •
Purehasorn will be careful to ask for Di: Brisno'a
Colebraiid Vermifuge j mannfactured by Pluming lima.
of Pittsburg, Pa.
.A other 'Vermifilgea in *comparison
are worthiesii.• Cr. firlibANE'S genuine Verinifuge, al
so lJio eolobraied Liver Pills, C a n sow ill, had at ail re.
opuatable drug Mores. Bono genuine without the sig—
nature 0r... • . • FLEMING
pm - noortANws--BALsAmc
The great standard medicines: of-the present
ageohave acquired their great popularity only
through years of trial. Unbounded satisfac- ,
lion is rendered ,b,O - 2in all cases; and the
People have pronounced them worthy.
Liver Compleintglitspepsla, Jaundite,
11fi1illifortlle - Nertous - Sysiemi-7-7--
_____Dlseases oifiglildneys '
and all ; diseases • arisin,g from a dttmderedi
Jiver or. Weakness of the otomath and digestive,
oryans, are Speedily "and Permanently cured by
the GERMAN BITTERS.
The Balsamic Cordial hae acquired a.
• reputation surpassing , Wit of any •iftnilar pre-
,pfratiOn extant. It will cure,-ivrHOUT
.tae most severe
t and long-standin), .• . •
.Cough, Cold, or.Hoarsoness, Bronchitio,,
su ma, Croup, Pneumonia, 40*(34
• and has performed the most astonishing cures
ever known of • ,° ,
4 foe , doses will also at one . ° check 'and •
cure the most severe Diarrlicea proceeding ,
from CoLD• IN TUC "BOWELS. • ;1- • '
These medicines are prepared by Di. C. M.
JACKSON & Ca.;../VO. 418 Arch Street, Phila
.delphia,•Ta.,;aqare sold by druggists and .
'dealer; in •inkfiLies k e,ryteliere, at 76 cents.
per bottle. Tlii 6 eignature of C. - 111. JACK:sox
will be on the outside wrapper of each bottle.
' In the Almanac published annually .6y:the
proprietors, 'called EIiERTBODY'S ALMANAC; ,
you, will find testimony and commendatory
,notccs from all parts of the country. These
Almanacs are yiven away by all our agenti. '
sale by S, Elliott, S. IV , Ilavevbtir•lCCar
16.10. • •
EPILEPSY, 01,t EITM
11" e believe on, cannot In our ',tilers a more Import
tot semi,. Ihnn by amiln eallitig their attontlim to
that .most re:11.1..1.0.1e preparation. discovered I,y Dr
Seth 11. ilitocc. . Which possesses lie
power of :int:Aiello:: 10111 curing Unit horrid visitation
or nolo-- Epilepsy. or failing Ills: In recoinitilindion
thin prep is tam In idle truth io we do nil witha I . ollTte.
Lion tkt : “ we tan tad det:Millilig4,l, cabala, to oar a
rams°. pattjtt taetlielne. l , ut ante plarlrtg .Inttote them
a dlnertetws. tali, linen u. wcalsl pivim 'ls do
wawa - to ttllevintirhurratertAttfronfler.-1 halt was inenatitta
of modem times. In. Mays Itraskititi Its e hits
prepaint hat' faloral.l3. Ili our editorial deistitateht. has
neat as fsr,perat..ll a 11111,1 i ,, of Ist tetn resat paresun
who lane nod his taint. Itstal 'ettled
t heat tweak la the att,t cunehQ:Qlml ettlattlslle
toms. tine ;treaCtititihitage Chit. wieltlchat poss.,:sitt. is
the fact 111,11 it can . hi. Iranspotle.l Ihrouch the ....t.ls.
thereby oflording over? (ma ati oppurtnnily of tlrallog,
directly "ill, the.loreptor. Hod olso
/41.111tv nr a 0,1110, bit ,%,spurA .ill
imitation. br fitto... the 1.....ta.ft• on Wu j,;trls to
aay pert of the ...contly. nod Nllll forrNr.l thelothr re
turn of 'nail, 011 t111 1 ,1 . 111111.1.1a r.tnitittn..... Ilk pricer
are as follow , : I 1...r.221: 1:2 .1.c.. $2l. 111
0.•.ter.4 for Me to...11. 1 11)v siondrh-iormhlret..el to Path S.
nonce, 10.3 itattint...• street. Italthoorr, yld. •
Pfl It_TA N T _llO. FE DIAL E S 1..
Welleesetnaii, M. 11. New furl: l•tte. '1111)) 1 on)),Inati.»)
'of I.l:i . edienth In these Pigs are tta) tilt if :I 1".Ig ...I
i•rtriioh'r practice. ',Lee aro u11)1 In their opera tiwn.
slid .rerlala In correetl).7 all 'is rt.l.lll.llities, Painftil.
)lenstr It lons. removllie all )11,110elione, w h e ) i n , f roj a
er)l.l or ot lorwlso. headael»), 1).11» In !lie side. palp)tatlon
of tin. Ili tit,wllll)).., all uen•ims alfeelinn, 1ny,1 1 ,1 4 , 4 •
f.itigne. p. In in the• hm•lt and lirol.s. &e...llsturlied sleep
,aiielt art a front liit - orruptlon, at natusn. -
TO 1 1 1111111/ L.\ 111 LS. lie. •Cheesea)(llC:i toils ore
ITIVILI11:11 l'. as the, will Ifiti)..) . oil tint inolitllly porlod
Litlles rills have hoes )1141ppointed in
the t.e anther l'ills can place tits ittmast confide:we In
1)1.. Cheesennsn's Pills doing all [flat. 'they rein nsetit to
Warntlt4lput..,ly..,,,;Lityl,',.!d tree from anything '
InjgrlouH. Explicit direction - w
H. plon h hoold hn rend,
nectonpany each Eric. $l. Stole 1,3 , - mall on en.
eloslng $1 to any nnthnrireii ngont. -- sold, by one 1/1•11gy
giHt in eye, v lon 11 In the ' •
I. It. Eolleral A.,lent for tlin
slatesa Inn elonol•ecs Ili., Nom - to all
whodronle should .
VERT XVlmlesalo nu.l livtail Agents .
114rrI,Ipur,!. 11..1. •
undorsign9, Ix now prepared
In furnish. In any quantities, from 100 to 1000 acres, Or
MOM, Cony thrilling and gros,
11111111 ,' Ulleent I . ollllties, to wegtorii 1 irginla, witllll,l2
or If !worn of Baltimore, nod 24 of Now Yu*.
The ,n.. 1 well timbered, the elimate
very healthy, and so mild thet sheep call ho ordinarily
wintered with very little fmiiiing,lllll.l 1, hem in con, can
be rained lAN cheap :iv a elllrkeli In New England. They
trip he sold nhenp, and an easy femur, or exchanged for
improved property, or goad merehandise. I
Addrees, with It. Franklin Clark:118
Wainut . Sireet, Philadelphia. (nerylls,lFfeJ.
A i Ui.li S. Why will you suitors Dyspepsia too brelf
but comprelnfusive (0.11 for the nun:emus diseases
whkb affect tho stomaell. liver, and In Met tho wIMIo
human system. Until' Dr. Cerra, discovered the Oxyge..
nated Bitters meolimt science was at l'eult and had ex
hausted Itself Di flunks. effens to rum: this_dlsease.
:rho Dyspeptic need sutler no longer with a disc Ise that
is always jinni:ll, and htsluvully a latnt alll lotion.
This unique 111111 peetallar compound 4111 as vertainly
cutu the diseaso as the disease c ists. Iliad It not this
power mull fcbthnony ns rolli4s would not 4 1. e inset: In
VALUABLE TEsTo , - rrf
'l . ilV.Vilift,(3loN, 1.. C.. ;11100 10.
Daring tootle use °Rho Oxlmd.a oft I Tl:ltt, prvpsred
Int Dr. Goo,. It. Drees, tit ve, Boil from
knowledge ohDtltted of their rlllracy lo oth e r i, o . es ,
cheerfully recommend then, to' the public,
they nlll fully sustain the recommendation of the pro
prletor. lie hope that this-valuable rmnedy may be
aseessil,le to all the altlleted. . • '
w iLL , m u p itA.l, l Senators.fmm Vertneot;
.1 AM Ki; F. SINIMUKtr.. U. S. Senator from Mottle Island.
.I.'l'. MD.; Ell EAll, U. $, Kettatur and formerly (to, or.
our of Kentucky.
Is 11. A 10.01:11, formerly Governor of Illettle-lsland.
WM. WOODBRIDGE, late tiovernor of Michigan. '
lig KW. ,•nti ill Sll,lll A6TIIMA,
A 11 U ENEIIAI, LI'I•)' Of." 11 1K :-Anlim, places
It 11111014; till, 111001 wonderful 'discoveries In• medical
science, and Lis 00011 II a re:lntonell Ln• beyond any
remedy known for these rnmplaintn, iu all,Lholr'rwrious
Proparril by SETH W. FOWL'', CO., Boston, nodifor
sale by Samuel Elliott and S. W. llaverbtlek, Car,ll`4lO;
Ira Day, :il erlinulrsburg Ruts & Rlsa. Shirenoinfitowni
S. (1. 11 ill, Newrille; Sio,ceoll.eit S. Elliott, Newtons,;;
Shlppet.lone . ; and by app.luted agents
and diViters'ln niedieino all over the
fitit: Gntr.AT ES TO IdATIV
FEVER AND,AMIN.OVIIED,.IIY DR. 3I'LANL'B
u.D„. Mr. Jonathan Ifotrzinnatt, of West Union, Palk.
County, Illinois. writes to_ the propriett rs t
Bros., of Pittsburgh, that he had suirered greatly timil
a NOV aril and protracted attack ot Fever and Ague, Mal
wits completely elaglielal it.. health by. the Ilea Of the
Live:Wills alone. 'I hese 111th unquestionably possess
great tonic properties, and oen be taken with decided
advantage . Mr many disea,us requiting Inv Ig:eating
remedies; but the Liver Pills stand pre.eininent no It
'means of resin lug in distwgaitized LEVOY to healthy RC
;, hence the great celebrity they ha vu attained. The
numerous turuddn6lu diseases arising from a diseased
'dyer, which so long baffled the skill of the most end.
:tent physicians of the United Kates, tire now rendered
easy of cure. thanks to the study anti perveveranee of
the disttttgn shed physician whose nano this great'
medicine bears—a Dahill wldrh it he 11.4,1111 to posterity
as 1111;• 411,401,1,1 g of gratitude:. This. invaluable' medi
rine should al wit3s be kept, within reach; and up the
app,tiance or line 0..110,4 Ny MI
IX of diseased
It ran be safely and ustltilly administered • •
• OD . -I . tirchnsers will be rarefdl •to ask liar DR.
LAN E'S CELEDRA ED LIVER PILLS, 11131111fild111111
by FLENIISO Ilttu3., gt Pnrsurnor. Thrre ore
other Pills purporting to be ',lvor Pills. row boi,ro the
public. Dr. M'l.are'e genuine Livcr Pills, else Wardle.
butted vormiro o, Cali now Ito ulna et all respectable
drug stdres.' Nan, gurulno without the signature of
• FLESIING BROS.
HAIR DYE-HAIR DYE- , - HAIR
A. Batchelor's' Hair Dye,
THE OItIDINAL AND !MST IN !mu would)!
All others tin, mere lmltal lons, and hhould be avoided
you,wlsh to escape rldleule. ,
GRAY, RED, UK RUSTY II AIR Byedlnstantly to a
letrutlful and maam' Brown or Illnett, without Alio
Rudd injury do flair or Skin.
D -DI AS hood-glow',
awarded to Wm. A. liatehrOor since Iti39, nod ON or SO,
001) SOO kiltlollS Loco been male to thodlair-of his- pa.
trons of his famous Dye, -
WM. A. BATeItELOR'S BAIR BYI-I t produce a color
out to be Illstingurshed from tratulV, and is warranted
not to Injure in -AO ti bast , ltowever 1011 g It way bo eon.
tinued,_ond,the ill effects of had Ityr. -rennelled; the
hair invigorated for 1.115 by-this Splendid Dyr. 1.
Mode, sold or applied ( 0 0 private rooms) at the Wig
Faetdry, 233 Broadway, Nov York:
Sold in all cities - and towns of tho United States' by
DruNists and Ferns Geoids Uo• -
4>y to Qunuhw Lns tho nildrons upon n
ntuul pinto ingrupng on four sllirm of earl" 110 . x,
Wi1.1,1131, A. ItAltillEl.oli
1 43 I,froa 1 y, N ew
SOBoldby ' innlGrign in endibie:
WIGS—WIEOB—W IGS —Batchelor's Wigs Top
kes surpass all.. They are elegant, light, easy arid Aura
ble. hitting ton charm—tio turnltt,, , up behind—no
shrinking eft the' heed ;, Indeed, tidy Is the only h:stab.
lislunent whore theme Odour; rue properly
and mad!). 233 Bruadtvay, Nevi York. •• navd7,64-1y
. • .
.. - .IIAG tat WWII:OT* bestityniel du
n Lill ty, lA' . Sun U111‘ , 11" 'Arturo ilimilsiigopti
‘i.7iiikyvii; this the [Tinfoil exiir , ssi•ii Ly the 1,..m1ft
Photivraplife.louthalti °Oho day, tenth America - 1i null
English ; thenti may be fibtaineq nt Yhi, roams of 'lre.
Etreat, two duureon entof ll:tnover.
Carl iFie, J tune 15 1,81".0—t *, '
'CARLISLE, PRODUCE. DIA ILE I.T.
Reported weekly for the Uernld by
Woodward 0... Schmidt •
FLOOR : : 3upeflioe,-•per
Litt. Exiro, do.'
WORT WIIEAT per tt..lnd
RYES. do. •
OATS (new)... -do;
WINTER .13/..11.1.ET ' do.
• . . • p,.t •
in Dickinson township, (11l the nth Mhs
ABU!' LE I IM.t N. alt . ett to j ears anti, Itr days. -
At Waterton, Illinois. on the loth toot.. Mr. 36SICI'll,
11, formerly of Carlisle, aged :11 ,
In this 1,-trtitult, t.o Th.orstlity last, of ettnvttinptlou,
!tit. WEISr:, Sr ago' about 1,5 o ears.
11.11'A N U'l' I C It..—'flit
taohed to the trot Ilrlalole,
lotil ,Ivishoo. V.. /Hoot nt thelt raarestlvo'Ar
morim.. 1/0 Itoy, tho'l7th. orrEll hes,
ttve.!ll.lll., boor' of A NI., nod 7 I'. ,Nl.,•ioelvet
a saltahls perm - an for tho onion of •IIIIIGAIJI; IN
to tit tho sacallop ossaaloned 1.3' Ito deatli
of s % m,r, ion .1.11.5. The eCtehlellthe;ihtheerli
Oh Said 1 1 1111/1011:1100 oil/ sutorlo told sold alostlon, and ,
hlal.o oat a Ilst of the rot's pollod w emit, ram/Wale,
and lormird 'the .1110 tin the Cuimnalaling lIonora),
wlLhin liva.days afire molt olrcliqu fhnll bat/bean Ittid.
Cam tat Bort,tao, lt.th I Iv. P.
TllO3l/. Aid de Camp. "
A ie.:. 11, 1F.',3 ... •
iIATAB 1r 10,T i r (
ektILWX, KIT:I . sT 29, 1059.
QUARTER, Ist)II4IGAI , E, Vail 150., 1' r 5
UNDER NO. 2.
- - • - • • -
•.• . .
To Copt. Woodburn. of 00 Adainfilillne (I Copt.
It. McCartney. of the l'arlisie Eight Infantny, Lieut. C.
Conimmillng :it tinti+ IlilleS, Capt. ti. 'lf. Crop,
of the CI lei mitten hills, Capr. Ilutl, of the
amnia, Clint, J. Bowman, of the It at (0001 13Iims, Copt.
.litines Ewing, of the irm,,ut Mitt!. Inisiltry, 'and
n oran Fievermon, of the .1 itor Cathie, V. 111
111111ilt out el/Millet° blots of oil thelArms and pololle
property, which luny let in 1.0,1t:SFIIMI id-waldronspanles,
and forward the same to the Commanding General,. he
fore the if el SEI'TE3I 11E11, as Alio efllcers command
ing 011111 cum pat,les trill be tequirod td oxecufe ]loads,
bolo,. the first day of Erlf•Ler, for the Fnleliielilng or all
the Arius - and public propsrty in their po , session..
3. 31. ALLEN,
F ORIVAIIDING AND COM:111S
. SION Iltn,SE.
- MINERAL DEALLIt.I.N.
L FLOUR, SALT AND PLASTER,
• Tire•lul.rellibur oLold ri , speeffully Inform the cltzetis
of Carlisle mot that he loot Nu/to/dill/. largeanil
Ivitrulo 1,11 1 .11;31. nO ,l I.„ ‘ r ag
riviirud and lilted up the cars superior nit/oiler,
he limp:lre/I to /to freight' op of all Hods, to„Or from
all point, 'smith, East or West. .11I;f1WArti - Crilered to
- BURK Br, HEYNOI.I3S,
812 - Stet et; PhilitdcrAta ; or to
21 1 3 Strret;. But anion.,
rvlll he Foioptly delivered in enrll,le.
• Thu highest marl/ L price paid fur All Inds of grain.
lioult forget IhNi,hPrUutd, rhrouritif and West
' ' 10$. MTN ER, Jr.
`Aug. 31.11450,1 y. Surce,Forti,iteetn..
N. 11. !WA qtmlity nr 1 , 1,11211; for tanilli uen, kofit,
constantly iikt,telot or turrets, tor stile .viii . aer.slu or I,
1 IN - .I I'OFF, has heel' appointed Bole
agont fur GarllHle„ Hale of jr. Cllux
Silecifte Homeopathic. Remedies,
comprinlo g the ug list of medlrlll4,l;
'I N, 1. VIM It PII.LS,—For Fever, Congestion, am! In
Nu 2. Wl/1:31 u4.—For Worm Foyer, Worm Colic
Welting the hrd..
No.:;. h.,m - 's Teothim, , ,
IV:0:061111w, nod Nervotomeon ot,Adults.
N0..1. MAN unr..% VMS — For Diarrhea, Cholqi a fnfau.
hum. 8,141, muffler Cr mplalut. „
N‘,. u, lly...nmr Pim-v.—For Colle,"O rlplugs; Dyson ,
tery, or Bloody !lux.
N 4.. 0. C0t.00..) , 11.L.4.—F0r Coughs, Colds, lloarl.eness,
and SUFI , Tlil wit.
7 TOOVIAVIII: T;.thziehn,
7 0.8 Hew:itch cs, 'Vertigo Ilent,
and Fulhiem, a the Head.
. , .
No. U Itioinesia 1'11.1.0. For Weak and Deranged
Stomach, Constipation, Liver and Kidney
No. 11. Cauue l'ius.—For Croup, lloarsu Cough, Bad
No.IISALT 1111010 Erysipelas, Erupt 1011 E.
/41111111 . g 111 tin\ lave.
No. 12. Mice: . 1w Pmts.—For Pain, Littneness,'Zr -
Soreness In the Cnesi, Loins. or Limbs,
Feu or and Ague, Chill lever. Dumb
old, nihnuinaged Agues, had effects of Agues treated
0111, 11 , j1.1? iaus drugs.
files, 141111.1 pr illeed.n:r. Internal or External.
W (1,--For Whooping Cough, abittieg Ito \Jolene° and
shortening its rearm,.
P 1 t 1 C.% E
Cases of 20„Vial-s li, Turkey Morocco and 11001 c, $2
ases of 2U Vials and Book. PM 1.1, 4
• • CAI.. of 10- goxes and !Wog
01000 of 0 Ilex, s nod look,
Single numbered Boxes, uath direction, 25 eta',
Slagle lettered, Boxes, with directions, b 0 ct,
These Medielnea by the case or slnglo box. 'aro
mutt to-any part of the country, Iron of ebargc, un re•
ceipt of the price.
Aug. 31, 1059-lon
e TN - NSA - 1 4 M .
1) v-rouitKl .., ‘B..;:ssioN (I ":59-130.)
WILI.IAM GIBSON, M.'ll, Emeritus hofo.sor of Sur
.14 0 rY • . • .
sAmL,,4.3ACIIsoN, M. I/ PrilD.Vor Of Instil Uto
WM. 11. WODII, M. D y l'rufenwi , of Theo, y and Practn'ti
of 51edione. •
Iltion 1,. MOW.. 51. Profeshor of tlbstetrlrs and tba
Illsra,,el. 1,1 %Vont,. n and Cl.lWt en.
JosLrn Vnatiox, I . ,,teaeor 01 :Matilda 31,11aat and
l'lms unto . ,
Raw, E..konEall \1.,D., I'l,lll,ler of Chemistry.
JO, Kill le too. 51. of Anatomy. • .
lIIINDO 11. :MITI,. M. D.. l 7 °tensor of Surgery.
11 uunu .I!UN T. M. .1)elDonsl rotor of A notOmy.
Tho Lectured of,tho Seskdon Avlll begin on tho Focond
Moudny of Octlibur, ued elosu ou thu lot of March,
Clioteal tuslructien Is given throughout tha session,
In the 31111‘9 !tall by the Plofesso, 5, hod at the Penn•
syl voids and other Hospitals.
The dissecting Humus. under the superintendence of
the Professors 01 Anatomy tool the Deumustrater, aro
open Irian the miltlie of September.
p ow . for Operative Stlrgrry and the Appliyutift
of r 0
1„,,„ 1 / 4 , I, open early to Sepletelk, r n d
throuxhout the Cession, under the supervision of t to
Professor el tiorgtr. .
Surgical Driltoitht.llltOr. C. S. SISOOP, 3f. D.
Fees for the Lectures (ouch Prolessersls), $lO5
3latrie ttla lion Fee (paid once only),
Graduation Pee, :30
6011 talk, \I. D., Dena of thtteMetlical Faculty.
. ‘ 7,i/OiNersity
F. B. Dleli;.lanitur, Cider, pity
P. S. Board may he had at tr.lit 52.50 to $0 pern colt.
.luly 1:1, 1059-3,,
d - 10 - Loit - E.D_ CAMP ~ MEETING -
ki There will ho a Union Caul it 5l voting of the colored
ishipponsburg and Carlisle, hcld.in the Dr.°
of Wm. A. Curro,•ltt Dickinson Township. 1 mile south
tho Strum Tavern, to Nun 'nonce on 6olt.
teniber 11411010 to continue gqie Week, under the al
rectlon of the 11ev. ISA AC II ASS A NYAI.. ,
Members of all denominations are uni t ed to join
fti with us.;
hucksters or be:1 . 61111g will be ellewed
within three miles ut the it I tennis.
Aug. ill, 1.84 e 4A, .
LOCIIMAN'S Ambrotypes aro beautiful and cheap.
Well MAN'S Plain 1'1111414v:101s aro tine as steel plates
LOCIIMAN'S roloi ed Pliologralthe unl utimarpaNal.l
Ito neF, -- . - a'tt the opporluulty or securing a • ine,
faithgQh 7lnA elieliplikepatul. A mbroty nee or a superior
quality, ru made its cheap as iiiany Gallery In lowa.
Carlisle, Aug. 31, 1%9—11. •
j. 4- 1011 ,
mum HOUSE, No. 9,'West. St.,
below l'ulutrPt,and South streets, libas
lino largo bank bull logs, an:l Is sup.
pllod 144 s and Water. For terms,'
apply to .•
Aug. 31, '55-3t,
JOITN N. AiNIZTIZONtik
N - N - 1 I:
Con-Of-Chambers Sti - ;& - Collego - Place;
TERMS--$l5O PER DAY.
• ' .
J. le. $111:111lUG, Propriotor,
- ate 6.1 the "Johnson House," . Clevelanl, U.
OMAIT-11-ING EXIII ' • •
110ItSE.P“WElt, with cll Cbo harm, liovrlonionts.—
)y.ariautod to thiiish and clean GO biashoin . nor hour.
Agont for Cumberland 'county.
Corll . oo, June 200860._
. • ..
-- 'n 131)1s: . prime New No.:1. ri erripg,
ki, just rurilvett, sod for rule at "pries to. Ault thit
1 mesut . , , - ( . .11,0,1,1E1135.
' $ 5,00
C. IN 110}T,
Pi A 1, t?