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Wednesday, Sep. 70859
PEOPLE'S STATE TICKE.T.
. • - FOR. 'AUDITOR GENERAL.
THOMAS E. c I O..CHRA4T,
of dm; Tay 't
• ,FS:ift SURVEYOR GENERAL.
Gen. WILLIAM A. KEO7I;
PEOPLE'S COUNTY TWEET
: • SENATOR, er •
11,VINE, :Upper Allen
JPFIN McCURDY, , ShippensbUrg
WILLIAAI 'ALLISON, Perry, Cu.
L. SPONSLER; CArlisle.
JOHN D. GOIIPAA, Carlisle„
C; P. HUIVIRICH, Carlisle
DIRECTOR OF THE POOR,
COP W. IT. WOODBURN, Newstille
JOH,N -HOLTZ, East . ' Pennsborougii
HENRY RUPP, Hampden
- SENATORIAL - CONFERENCE
The following proceedings of the Senatorial
egliffirence of the People's Party, we take
from the Perry Freeman of the 9th inst.
• Pursuant to notice the Senatorial Confer
ees of this district assembled a Domaree's
Hall, in Newport, Perry county, on Thursday
September Ist, 1869, and - organized. by- eleo•
ting Wm. B. Mullin, Esq., ol Cumberland
-- county; President;_ and - appointing J. Bets.:
baugh, of Juniata, and J. Wister,_ of Perry,
The several counties wex'e represented - as
Cumberland,—Wm. B. Mullin, E. W. C..tirri
- den and Joseph Milleison: •
/Juniatm•-- - P: M. Mickey, C. Stewart and
J. Balebach. .
Perry—W. Louther, John blister,, and M
B. Holman: r
The candidates nominated were:
••'" • W,nz.-_,B, Irvirie, of Cumberland_;
John J. Patterson, of Juniata;
-- William Butlat., of Mifflin.
On the first ballot Perry and Cumberland
cast. 6 votes for Irwin, Juniata 3 for Patterson
and Mifflin 8 for Butler. Twenty three ati
.ditional ballots were cast with a similar result,
when the Conference adjourned to meet la the
same place on 'Tuesday the 6th September,
Conference re-assembled at the time And
place designated. B. Ilimee appeared ne'•the
flUbStilllle ofJoo. Millison, from Cumberland.;
G_eorge Frysingcr and C. S. McCoy appeared
as aubkitutosjor G. W. Elder and John Iloyt;
both of Mifflin ; when the hallotings were re
fumed. The 25th ballot stood as the :24
A letter Was then read from'Col. Butler,
withdrawing his name as a candidate for the
nomination of State Senator.
The name of Col. Patterson woe also with
drawn, and Win, k Irvine. of Cumberland,
Was unanimously nominated as the candidate
for State Senator. •
IV. 8..20.1LL1N, Pres
T. BALBBAUBQ t s e° . ty
SENATORIAL • NOMINATION
The nomination of Won.. B. Irvine, Esq.,
as the candidate for this Senatorial District,
teeth with universal approbation. The
Lewistown Gazette, in closing an 'account of
the proceedings of the Senatorial Conference,
thus speaks of Mr. Irvine:
"All who know the nominee, alccord to him
the highest qualities of head and heart,
ty, and unbounded popularity at home. He
is now in the field, fairly nominated, and it
is the duty of etery one to yield him a cordial
support: For our part,. we.know an6ugh of
the sentiment of Miflin eoubty to say that it
will give Ma. lawm a majority of her votes;
and if other parts of the district but do
their duty, it will be represented in the Serf.
ate by an able and conservative friend of
Pennsylvania interests, instead of a tine•
serving politician, who even at the present
day is not known to be either fish, flesh, or
OUR PROSPECTS IN 'THIS SENATO-
In order to 'show - our friends what proSpeot
there is for electing our Senator in this dis
trict, we subjoin the vote of the several coun
ties.composing it, at the last election l• taking
the lota for the . Supreme Judgeship, as the
test . •
READ. Rep., PORTED, Dem,
Cumberland, .2,601 • 2,611
Juniata, . 1,216 1,216
Mifflin, 1,966 1,122
Perry; .. : ' .
..1;791 . 1
Eead's majority in the district-198.
, There are the figures gentlemen ; what do
you think of them ? You may consider the
margin .a email one to base a calculation on, -
Mit it is sufficient for all practical purposes,
and shows that we have the " inhide track."
BeOdes,, we take it for granted, that Cumber
land intends to do better at this election than
she did Mar fell. Wo have no idea that the
PEOPLE will let the Democrats roll up, a ma
jority of 800 against them. We feel aseured,
it our friends . do their duty, that we can elect(
.our county ticket from top to bottomlstind se
cure the Senator besides. With such an in
centive to action, an obligation rests on the
People's Party to see that, on the day of the
election, every vote in the county, opposed to
democratic men and measures, shall find its
way into the ballot-b Ox.
THE POLITICAL CAMPAIGN IN
Olif'friends in. Franklin county. are carry
lag on the political campaign with universal
Vigor and spirit. A series of Massmfeetings
have been arranged, for each day until the
20th inst. at all the itnp4rtant 'points in
county. Hon. Thos. E..t c ;ochran, the• Pe
ople's candidate for Auditor General, address
ed large •meetings last week, at Waynesboro'
Green castle and Chamberiburg. Mon. Jrs.
,Casey, also addressed the citizens of Mer
- cerebutrand - Auden this - week and the Hon.
E• McPherson, at' Fayetteville. Col A. E.
McClure, the Ousdidate for".Bcnater, end
Geo. S. Eyster, thq candidate for' District
Attorney, intend stumping - the county, and
:District until the election. •
This is the right spirit, and we of Ciimber
land; should take a lesson from our friends
ie Franklin. Depend upon it nothing is•to
be gained by the soothing. Ffrbeess. "We have
tried that. before, 'and. baye • been defeate4,;
Let nory now; wbrevietim : Were is, in
active campaign. -.The' time abort, until
i but much:Mey done, even in ,
fourweokq rlfe Annt . .4 :in 111'67-right
• ; '
the election : of-them' o •to .
filature, the.*,ople - hf — Penneylvania will be
caged upon to decide a new and -intportant
; 9ur tenders nre.aware, that ever since
.the establisbinent of paesenger int we in the
eity:srPhlladelphitr, -a- fierciil we are has
.1 sprting up hetvmen two parties its egard . .to'
Sunday travel on these routes. On the one.
Alin are ranged the stoCkholder's of' the - eity
trnilronds, the proprietors: of lagebeer sa-,
• loons end pleasure gardens, and the thousands
of Pperatives'who 'are confined to the work
shops during the eeli, and others who make
the gabbath age oral holiday. These parties
are in favor of orking the reality:on Sunday.
' Opposedtti tl se, are to be found professors
bath ee a day of rest, entlylopponsiderthe_
running of. pleasure • cars on that day, `to A
desecration of the word of „pod, AS well as e
ifreach of the law, requiring a proper °beer
vatic° of. the Sabbath. The question is now'
'before the Courtin Philadelphia, end 'whet the
deeision - triay bo, is uncertain Its importance,
to the .stoeknolderti.may be imagined, .from.fromth,e number of witnesses, end- theAtray of
legal talent in the ease. So far, the point at
issue eeemp to be, whether pr not,*the con
grogations in the churches, are disturbed by
the passing cars, during the hours ol,worship;•
without reference to the (Mt. that the thing
itself, is a violation of (Imlay/ of 1704.. •
But, it is believed thit a innjority of the
voters of Philadelphia„are in favor Of the oc
cupation of these roads on Sundhy, and that,
if the deciSion date Court should be against
theta, they, will elect men to the Legislature
pledged to the repeal of so much of the Sup•,
day law, as will give them that privilege.'
• Tho.stockholders of these railways, will
also crowd the lobbies of our Legislative Halls,
and by munificent offOis, endeavor to bribe
the members into compliance with their wishes
rn this vte4y of the case it.is time that the peo
ple of the•Lnterior should look the. matter
squat% in the face and ascertain whether the
men now in. nomination for the I,,egislature,
are disposed,. if 'elected.
.to regulaM the laws
for the proper observance of the Sabbath, by
the promptings of the almighty dollar, or the
word , of God?.
This is no party* , quostion•—it affects all a-
like, and we believe the candidate who refuses
publicly tepledge - himself,nkainst. a repeal of
the Sunday laws, is unworthy of the confidence
of the people.
THE DEMOCRATIC NOMINEE FOR
The menus by the Deniecratie nomi
natietrfor Setiator in Ihis'llistriet was made to
_hinge on future sun tilt g t enile.;„ is, mosLata us- .
in,g. The following article from • the Perry,
Freeman; may serve le give en inkling of the
reasons Judge Woommurt had, for disobeying
tile, insiructiOns_of. the. _County Convention,
when he east his vote for 'Cnawronn instead
:" Our Democratic friends say there was
'wheel within a wheel.' They maintain that
our friend Judge GIIAIIAM, of Carlisle, wanted
Cumberland anapen tild for himself in 18G1,
I at which timea.,Presidint Judge will be eledi2
: - ed. It is hinted that Mr. of Juniata
county, had an eye for the same station
Judge Graham wanted• Juniata to have the
:Senator, and Parker, who hod some inthience
with his nephew's conferees in l'ilifilitteounty,
desired that Cumberland should have the no- .
- teination. here the game was one of the are
caw kind. But when, as_it is alleged by sonic
of our Democraticfriends, (we don'f know the
truth of the matter personally,) Judge Gra
ham's friend, Woodburn, came to the confer
enee,-le broke up the see-entv by placing his
-weight on the Crawford end of the pole, and
knocked Chestnut 'higher than a kite.' Some
gentlemen in Perry desired Chestnut to have
•DiAtifaibittion, in order to place themselves
in a better position fo have the Congressional
. candidate taken from Perry next year. Their
calculations aro blasted." '
The following from the American Democrat,
on the same subject, " hits the nail on the
head," and exemplifies 'the truth of the adage;
" put tot your trust in politicianera," for they
are very uncertain about election times. We
have often heard 'the old sayiu \ guof using a
cat's-paw to pull a chestnut out of the tire."
but bow they 'managed to make a caes•paw
of the Chestnut itself, is a mystery. .
Speaking of the nomination of Crawford,
the Democrat says : - • -
"We received, on Saturday evening last, a
telegraphic dispatch of two words, from New
port—''Crawford nominated.' Although we
were.fully prepared for this information, we
confess that; we felt mortified. Cumberland
county was fairly entitled to the Senatorial
candidate, at this time, for various reasons,
Iwo of which, we think, should be sutlteient—
her population; and her reliable .11entocratie
Ibajority. We are fully aware that certain
influences were busily at work in this county
to bring abouut the nomination of a candidate
residing in -Juniata, county, and we . ktiow full
well too, the motives which prompted such a
course. "There is many a slip between the
cup and the lip," is a familiar saying, and
those who think their object is *complished,
may some day discover if they do ire a lready
know it, that the best laid schemes anti - Men
frustrated., Nor will it do to say , that the
candidate presented by Cumberland wasobjee
tionable to other portions of the district; for
we are informed by Col. Chestnut that he with
drew hid name from the conference and sub
stituted that of George 11:' Bucher Esq., for
when': the conferees from this county cast a
number of ballots. It had been previouslydetermined that Cumberland should not have
the candidate, and this determination was care
fully carried out."
A itolll AT TIM FAILMERB.-4/10 tigrieulturnl
community at the westward has been largely
censured for holding back grain, with a view
to forcing up priced. This sort of weakness
is not confined to the west of us. The Easton
Argus says lhat, fort:Atom months past, the
balance of trade between them and the city
markets has beon in favor of the city. The
farmers,, generally, throughout the country, it'
adds, arr all holding onto their grain, wait
ing for higher prides, so that the miners-have
been compelled,to, purchase their wheatin the
cities. Thousands V* dollars have been
away for grain. As a necessary consequence.'
-the banks have been unable to 'discount:MU
that has been presented, and have been obliged
to throw out large amounts of the best paper.
The Argue 9aestions•whether the farmers will
not loose in the end by refising to sell their
grain. The Whole country is . .full . of wheat.,;
.of advancing. the chances. are
that prices will decline.
The recent advioes from Europo, too 7
a further decline in the 'price of breadst ffs,.
The hernia in Great Britain and Irelan has
been OT:exoellent one,•and the probability is,
in short time, Grose-countries, instead
of importing, will. export wheat, and flour to,
the United - Statee. • y '''
la—Adams . Express employs 3,742 men,
1,874 horses rit has 972 agencies,. and its
messengers travel daily 40,152 miles on rail.
roads niid steamersi a distance equal to once
around the Aloha and two third's around it a
seen ' time,
his is, Tint doubt, true. , That company has
omplete monop s oly of certain routes, and
7 e'all other monopolies, their`freight, char,
es,-are outrageous extortions . on the pp:.
warlttair - thri - tolvoiliseineni or -IN
gOIIM antnitp Xtlattzts4
! John Cain Veil Esq . ., of this place to be ti Nci
tary ,Publio for Cumloland count?:
ON tlio.lsth of July last, IltA.B. V. 4 1 ,7
'ai: mu, loft hie home in this plaeo,under the
pretek,of seeking employment. at Harrisburg,
and since that time nothing has been, heard
of Lim ; thus nbandonini hie wife and—tour
young children, among strangers'without the
means of Oubsistenee. If this should meet the .
;of persens , Who.lpow any thing about•
n, Gilder, sittee.he left home; Ihey will con
fer a great favor, by giving the necessary in
o—ElizabetirlL—Van dilder, -Car
READINci ROOMt—Tho 'Young Meti'S
Christian Association of this, pine° are taut
supplying a deficiency•thatlias to ham. felt
is our - community, a 4' first Oars Reading
room:', Through the lcng-falrTind whitereyen
ing which are . 'appronehing, nothing will be
better appreciated by our. young men; and
citizens in general than a large reading.rocim,
well supplied with doily and weekly papers
and periodicals, to which they can freely re
sort for profit and plea Sure..
has rented "Marion Hall" Of Mr...Eby, and
have fitted it up India tastefully with gas, mat
Ling, - tables, and by baying it papered 'and
painted. - They design throWing this room
open every evening from dusk until 10 o'clock
' free to all who choose to conic. This i's a Step
in the right direction: 'The influence that
- Such a place of resort. must hove in raising
the clihracters of our young Men, can not lie
iat until seen.' . This room will lie
opened f the I7a of the public on Monday
evening t e I.9th . Met.; at 6i o'clock, and, as
stated libel ,will continue openafter that everly
evening, Std day's excepted.
The 'r dm wilLbe regularly supplied . with a
large umber or the best daily 'and *eddy
pope , from different: sections Of the country'
af I list of which will be given next week.
PA RI A \ PI:MIA MIN'S LECTURES.—We
ngitin tention to the fact, that Park..
Benjamin Esq , of New York, is to deliverdWo
lectures indtheem's Hall, on Thursday and
Friday evenings of this:Weelc. Excursion
tickets are to be issued by the, regular trains,
and*. special train leave Harrisburg for
Carlisle on Friday evening at 5 1 1 o'clock, nnd
Mechnniesburg at O. returning the same night
immediately of r the lecture, at, , f4tUrsion
• 51 . r. the ................
Inining lecturer in the country, and wo hope
to see hint grected_with_full houses. • •
-- LECTURE - AT .11.hccilAVICSBURG."—WO
notice by the Mechanicsburg .76:mai,thnt
-Miss II; M.
\ Sears, M. D. is announced to dcliV
eraloch:rent - that place shortly. Miss Scars,
has been making periodical visits to Carlisle,
forioine'time, in the practice of her prOfes. -
sion, and the folio - wing notice of her abilities,
which we extract front the Harrisburg
graph, doeSiier no more than justice:
"Miss Sears is a thoroughly educated lady,
And a regular graduate of a medical.college,
—Knowing her as we do, and having enjoyed
the pleasure of hearing her lecture, we cad
assure uur lady friends in Mechimiesburg
that her lectures are well worth hearing, and
that those who attend will ho instructed and
profited.—Miss Sears is a finished writes, as
well as a pleasing and impressive , speaker.
For several years past she has persevered in
her efforts to overcome prejudice and estab•
lisp' a practice in this neighborhood, and it
affords us much pleasure to say that her labor
has not been in vain."
MYSTERIOUS AFFAIR ,—SOMO two
yyeeks, ago, we notieß_cl'in the herald,, that
a man named Gruvzr, had attempted to cut
his throat, because his wife had made oath
against him, and.was coati-pitted to prison.
During his confinement in jail, a colored'girl
tamed Bella Clarke, who was under sentence
for nit)", made‘some disclosures to him in re
gard. to a murder which, she alleged, was
co:no - lilted in Harrisburg, about' eighteen
mouthaitgo. Gruyer ? on i being released Irom
prison, went to Harrisburg, and told the,sto•
ry to several citizens there, one of. .whom
came to garlisle; and ho.an interview with
the girl in jail, who swore to the following
statement, which wacopy from the Telegraph
' About eighteen months ago she was em
ployed as servant in the houso-o4st,Mrs. Black,
residing in the vicinity of Harrisburg Hear
the Rolling Mill. One night two gamblers—
one of them trill known in sporting circles
here and in Philadelphia—came to the house,
accompanied by a stranger, for the purpose
of gambling for money. Before commenc
ing, the stranger took out a large knife and
laid it on the table. During the progress of
the game, .an altercation occured between
the parties, the stranger jumping up and seiz
ing his knife, evidently with the intention of
using it, when one of the gamblers drew a
pistol and fired at the stranger,. the ball tek
mg.effect in his heed and instant..
ly. There was a large amount of money on
the table at the time. The dead body Of the
stranger was then taken to the rear of the
lot, and buried. She also stated that a daugh
ter of Mrs. Black, now living atTreverton,
was an: eye-witness of the whole affair. The
girl having witnessed the transaction, was
threatened with death, but she iniplored the
gamblers. to save her life, promising never to
reveal what she had witnessed. Having ta
ken an oath to that` effect, she was furnished
with money to leave town, and went-to Car
lisle, where she has resided ever since. The
gambler who fired the pistol she knew—the
name of the' other She does lea recollect."'
The girl was then taken to Harrisburg, by
Sheriff McCartney, when she [Mule oath, be
fore a magistrate there. The telegraph goes
on to state that " after t* : . examination of
the girl here,.she was confronted with Mrs.
Black, who acknowledged that she had lived
in the family i and the meeting between the par
ties seemed to be rather pleasant than other
wise. The gifl reiterated her statement toldrs.
Black, but the latter denied all knowledge of
the : affair.—Volunteering to designate the
spOt where the stranger had been buried, she
wasaccom mlled, to the garden. of Mrs. Black,
by several persons, who, after digging to the
depth of 6i° or three feet, failefi 'to find any
human remains. The digging / was resumed
this morning with the - same result."
. The individual implicatedriai,naraed Win:
Knox, a ion 7 iii•la . w„we believe bf Mra. Black,
who' was ' forineily ... a;eident:aibiii - place.
Kno2c.outa arrested . in Philadelphia, and
brelight to liarriabarg, in custody of Police
officers,. where he has beep hold in $15,000
fur his appearance.
FATAL •ApOIDENT.-4. lilthi.boy l -four
years Or age, the eon of Jacob Leider, of Sit.
ver Spring township, was accidentally killed
on the ith In attempting to 91inik::Ipon
a wagon, which was imiesilig his 'father's ho 94,
lie missed his, hold, and fell*nder w
which -passell -direotCy 'over 110 lioad,'lkillipg
hhu inetnutly. , • • •
A Tap To; CIIAMIIRSItUrItcI: A
slight mailer of btisinessliaiiii 'called us. to.
Chambnrsburg,•wo took the Sara,on Saturday
morning laid; delighted nt: the piospect of a
few hours reSpito fyim. the daily routine of a
pi•inting ufhoo,„••,•l3y, illX/91V0, were ,Colll'
iteateOilve had - reaqiUd fireas'onvillo
and a lew,•inilen:fartner,. brought in view
'of NeWliille, Which. is fast: bCCoMing an impor
tant .business point, When tho . C. V. Railroad
Was first.locnted,,the Newvilleians were -Some
what souyell,•When they found they worn half
a mile north but. they soon determined ,
that 'if . the - mountain •Uould'nt come to Ma
hornet, •lilnhotriet•WOulftollo the Jnountain ;", •
accordingly. they:began to stride towards the
railrotrd; andln &Ali years the gap . bet Ween •
the, two-puintt4 r - wilLbu_Otirnly_
direction) , Neax:ly ,opposite-the paper • Mill.'
on the right hank of; the Big o Spring,-Mr. I).
Ahl, has just finished a very handsome country
yeSiclence, which will be an itttractfve..object,
when the surroundings, are completed: and. on
-t he railrOadr - a - sliart- distal:ie:above the
warehouse of'Sayder & Knettlo, a Foundry
and Machine shop, have recently been ptiVin
operation by nessrs. Neidich.& Kieffer, for
meily of this place. we noticed 'also several
new buildings in the rear of it.
Oakville,.betWeen'Newville arid Shippens
burg, which for4i'erly. could only boast a ware-
hoes, has groin into .a. Village; a very large
and handsome briel building knolyn as •the
"Union Church," has just been finisb%d, emir
is 'to be dedicat*don the 25th inst,---At Ship-
'pensburg;' we had barely time to exchange
salutations with - S - friend, when thecars whisk
ed ustiff towards Chunibersburg. giving .911, in
passing, a rapid glance of the beauties of Scot
land, which is, orit least ought favor:
ile spot:for Chnmbersburgpic•nics. All along
the road,- the ficaiitlin cultivation, have a dry,
parched appearance, very little "rain 'having
falle:n for 8111110 lime; the corn crop looks rather
slim, and the farmers'appear (Cr have a dusty
Ourstny ot Chamtorkburg, was too limited
o ntrord On opportunity 'of looking at the im-
provetnenta iu progress,; but we were inform
ed that some fifty new buildings have. been
erected this season„ and ye noticed a large
nd elegant edifice Intended for the public
jitst iinisited.; it is keeled near the
.prison and is . quite an ornament to dial, sec
lion of the town. !WhileChamberslairi,
we renewed out' neqtMinlatA with. Mr.' Ran
kin, of the Transcript, rind had the pleasure
or an introduction to Wui. I. Cook Esq., of the
Times and Dr. Fisher of the .ilicsiiinger office;
to all cflwliont, wo feel under ninny
flints for their kintinees nntl attention, as well
no.l>ursoiiiitahvora; Lrief viot,_and,,
which,itTrovidi;nce - ever gives us half-a-elince
wile will gladly reciprocate. 111iile uQ the
an 'opport uni
r eascriger o
SpCcting the Ericsson caloric engine, - :which
.ives the poxes presses of that establisinnept
hothbeen recency erected, and beinkthe
•st introduced into this part - of the cOuntry,
is quite an object of interest. ' It is very
- compact hi-farm; oncupfes but lit tle apace, and
ooneumes about us much coal, per day, its nn
ordinary cooking•dipvy. )r. Fisher ii,K;;;:d
iislhat it required no oth . er attention than to
keep the firo reguler-ntid in many re4ecto
is vastly superior to.the steam engine. „ 131 t t< ,__,
glance at.ilte clock t admonisbcd us that '•lime
.IVII9 up t" with=a•-hasty good-bye,-„we -left*- - --
Chambersburg, at 1 o'clock, and at 2-40, in
cal Iroad'parlance, w e were back in our sane
lain at Cerlisle,enleavorink to note down'our
iinpressions of this pleasant little jaunt.
KINGSTON.—In the "olden time," ba
fore the 'iron 115TP': - plowed his way through
our beautiful valley, Kingston was -a strag
gling settlement of a few houses, " squender
ea" along the " pike," and knoivn as tangB
- Its chief points of attraction were a
Store, a Tavern do a Blacksmith's Shay, and•
tile few inhabitant 4 only seemed to wake up
twice a day, as the single mail-conch, which
then accomtnotlated all the travel Nizet weep
Pittsburgh and Philadelphia, on the Southon
route, pasted along the road.
But, in the course of time, the Railroad was
finished, and the. Klugstown folks were left to
seek' other amusement, than watching the
stage-coach. • Thus thrown on their own- re- . .
sources, they began - to look Progress full in
tho•faco. To fulfil the, requirements of this
"fast age," they cut .down the .plekeian pat
nanymic of Kingoown to the crisper name of
"Kingston," and begah to 'spread" them
selves towards "manifest destiny." Kings
ton now, instead of being a straggling village,
is a compact little town. with an intelligent,
industrious and prbsperous population, who
are-kept busy supplying the numerous wants
of the largo and wealthy farming population
by which they are surrounded. Within the
laSt few years, several houses Lava been bull
on speculation, which met with ready,ne,
and we are informed that thirty additional
houses could find occupants, if they were
The growth ofltingston is, no doubt, ow
iqg, in 'a grtint measure, to the Cumberland
Valley Railroad, *flick runs within a - short
diStaffee of the town - , giving the 'inhabitants
increased facilities for trade and travel, and
affords another instance of the lasting bene
fits resulting from this improvement.
IfORTIOULTUR4.—At the display of
frill's on Monday the 12th of Sepiember afatut
ten persons contributed specimens, and the .
different kinds may be worth enumerating, to
show how far we are prod sSing in this do
partmeut in our county.
Proms—Green Gage, Duane's Purple, or
name unknown, Jeffbrson plum, Yellow plum.
Pr :Amiga—Griffiths Yellow, Pine Apple Red
Morris, While, Rtiito Kensington, Hill's Ma
deria, Scott's Noupaidel, Diona Cling, Leinon
Cling, Bergen Yellowi.Cath. Cling, Chancelor,
PRARB —White Doyenne, Flemish . Beauty,
Duchess D'Atfg,Oulenise, Sokol, SuMmer Frako •
Real, Bartle!, Belle Lucrative, Shenk pear,
Douro Bose and Louis Bon do Jersey.
naus—Coneord; Diana, Dataivba, and two
varieties of the Is . abella. •
APPLES - Maidenfe Blush, Brook'e-house,
Baldwin, Porter apple, Golden Pippin, Rhode.
Island Oreeoing, Ortam . Bolle Flour, Ladles'
hingeriJewells Re 4.. '- -
„ .. ... ..
Of the persons wiio minliibuted we pay
mention S. F. Weakl ' y,Des , ..C.. Wing; C. -Mur
ray, C. Stayman, W.Addunie, Mre. Eby, blre.
Trost, Mr. Young Hamilton and Dr. Neff.
• rwo of the peaches were measured; the lar
gest. woe 8 MO inches in oireumferenee, the
other .8 cc:4o Inches,;frotri . ,Mr. Stayman - and;
Mr. Wing's gardens, and a Stneke.house 9 ap. ".
jile from Mr: 8. F. Weakley's nursery me- •
mired 11,2-10, lnehl'ii. • '•
Why wife you attler, Dyipepsiais a brief,
but comprehensive torin for the numerous
diseasea which' affect the stomach, liver, anti ,
in•ficti, the, whole system. Until Dr, Grego :••
discoiered thtiXixyinated Bitters, milks(
ticience•haiketillausteciitaelf in vain attetilptit_ _
to cure' this disrase.' •
- hir,. T. CONiYN, OU West Ilighostree - f, - in.
addition to hie former al efisive, assortniitit,,
hr recently added to his stock Worn the cities,
adarge , supply of fine Jewelry, consisting of
Medallions, Breast';pins, Gold foli, vest, curb.
and' neck cinanti;. bold ltraelileis finger-rings,
cuff pias,,,situlS, eleeve'huttons. CrOSNI3F, &el,
llttving ara11t:81 t,ll'e St.r . viteTt Of 4 fir:4.r+
WoOttitttn, he is now 'preinired, hotter ti
evef to: attend to the. rrpniring tiatlinettenag
of Watches All persons having work of that
description to be done; will find it to their nil
3,fidage to onll upon CONLYN .
Poit RENT.—The. Store . -yooln at the
coriler of Pomfret 'and s titreets', own.
Aless4amith,,Mop6d for rent from
. • .
the-Ist-0t , 3->etober next.. —
PENNSYLVANIA AGII ' ICULTIINAL FAIR; 'Will
ho hold nt Powelton, Pliihurelidiiii..conneen
eipg on Tuesday the' I:7th ihet.. The nnalml
address before the Sedidt3i. will ho delixered
by the Ifen..F...Watis efilde
The Uristorn Corn drop. '.*
TIM luxuriant — ailpearance of ,tlie
'corn, thrOughout 'the Witst, is the subject of
general remark. The Cincinnati Cumnicrcia/,
of a late date, says: -
“The prospects. for. a corn crop of fUll'ave
rage yield•throughout •flid region.of country.
sbout.which.th6Fe Was recently so muelflip
prehension, have been well re•assured by the
generous rains of the past two weeks; and the.
inereasekamount of land Planted throughout
the West will make t h e yield of this great
staple, if. present anticipations are 'realized; ll l
- much - greater than ever before : gathered. We,
are informed by a gentleman extensively en.
gtiged in farming . in the cent rti . l port ion, of rho
State. that there are farmers who will'rvil
contract. for 0.000 to 6,000 bushels of
corn, deliverable moinfily after the crop is
fully reatly,pi be marketed,la 00 cents per
bushel. . This last. of the year's 'Premises Of
fullness should indeed inspire our unreserved
gratitude, Prices Brost, be submitted to by
producers' that will set the wheels of com.•
!tierce in motion, relieVe the country Of debt, -
andestablislk,a (kilt . basis fiethe re s thunpiiiin
'of a nor' career of prosperity and progress.'!
Branding Flou ,
The editor of the New-York Examiver has
been sojourning in RoellesteZ c;'her . ehe'visited
one of the Flour 111i1K-and nnislinitinted intb
the toysterios of branding flour. Ile ways;
Branding, to us poor ou tsiders, has been a
source or a good, deal- of 'mystery. -In anr
simplicity, We barb supposed that a brand was
a true indication of the place where the flour
was ground, until Ire mben t it was made front.
But:this egregious error. "There are
trickb in trades but ours:" Only the very
best flour is labeled by the nom of the mill_
where it is ground. lnferior flonr•is branded
Corinthian Mill, New Mill, oesorbe other Mill
that is owned by Om nnu_ig tLe moon. 111
bbse — praetltieS n own in' hccortre x•'
change as wall as at the mills, but..to us poor
COIISIIMICIT, wits buy a barrel 'of flour once a
gnatter, it may not be uninteresting to know
that all the best family flour is branded dou
ble extra superfine,' with the real name of the
Mill and manufacturer. Genesee flour is as
- übiquitous as Orange county milk, Goshen
butter, or relics of the shin' Constitution among
thecurious. Gene See flour is for the most
part made from ,IticidVin or Canada wheat. "
DR. 11100 FL AND'S MALSAIIIIC
The great standard medicines of the present
age, have'uegnired their great popularity only
through years o f trial. "Unbounded &atlas
lion it rendered by thins in all eases; and the
people have pronounced then; worthy.
Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Jaundice,
Debility of the Nervous System,
Diseases of the Kidneys,
and all diseases arising from a disordered
liver or weakness of the stomach and,digestive
organs, are speedily and pertneinently'eured by
the GERMAN BITTERS.
The Balsan3lo Cordial has acquired a
reputation surpassing that of any similar pre
paration extant. It will cure, WITHOUT TAIL,
thelnost severe and long-standing
Cough, Cold, or Hoarseness, Bronohitis, In.
fluenza, Croup, Pneumonia, Incipient
and has performed the moat attonizhing cures
ever known of • .
, Confirmed Consnmption.
A feto doses -will also b at once check and
cure the most seare:,,PyuThcea proceeding
from COLD IN TILK 'BOWELS. . A.
These medicines are prepared by Dr. C. At ' '''
JACKSON & CO., No. 418 Arch Street,hila
delphia, Pa., and are sold by druggis and
dealers in medicines everywhere, at 7 -cents
per bottle. The signature'of C. IqJA KBON
will be an t 'the outside wrapper of each bottle.
..., In the Almanac published annually by )he
proprietors, called EVERYBODY'S .A LMANAO, ,
you will find testimony and commendatory
' noticesfrom all parts of the country. 'These
. Almatacs are given away by all our agents.
Poreale.b.} , S. Eliot, AS. W Ilaverstick Car
IMPORTANT. TO .FEIIIA . LES I
DII. CIIEESEMAN'g PILLS. prepared by Cornelius
Cheesemati, .11. D., New York City... The combination
of Ingredlejits in the. Pills are the resifty of a long and
eNtenslvo practice. They Jul) mild in thifir operation,
and certain In correcting all Irregularities, Painful
Menstruntions, removing all obstructions. whether Ennui
cold or ntherivise, headache, pain In the side, palpitation
of the heart, whites, all nervous affection's, hysterics
fatigue, pain In the back and limbs, Sc., disturbed sleep,
'which art. from Interruptions of nature. • ,
'ft) MARRIED LADIES, Dr. Cliecsomaiiiil'ills a m
Invaluable, as they will bring on the monthly period
. with regularity; Ladies who have been disappointed In
the nun of (filter Pills ran place the utmost confidence In
Dr. Cheefieulan's pills doing nil, that they reptesent to
Warranted purely vegetable, and tree from anything
Injurious. ftxpllclt directions, which should 'be rend,
accompany each box. 'PriCe $l.• Sent by mail on en
closing $1 to any authorized agent. Sold by one Drug
gist In.terery towtrin tho United States.
It. 11: HUTCHINGS, General Agent for the United
States, 1115 Chambera St., Now York, to which all
wholesale orders should be addressed. .
BANNYERT & FINNEY, Wholetntle and Retail Agents.
liarrlshurg, Pa. R. J. KIEFFklit; Carlisle, I'a
TO FA ItAIE RS
VmOrnu LANDS.—The undersigned, is now prepared
to furnish, is any quantities, Rom 100 to 1000 acres, or
mere, good farming and growing landi, in Randolph
and adjacent counties, in western :Virginia, within 12
or 16 hours of Baltimore, and 24 of New Ynik.
The land is filrtile and well - timbered, the climate
very healthy, and so mild that sheep can be ordinarily
wintered with very little feeding, and where a cow can
be mined as cheap as a chicken In New England. They
will he aold - cheap, and on easy terms, or exchanged for
improved property, or good merchandise.
'Address, with P. 0. stamp, 11. Franklin Clark, 118
Walnut, Eltreet, Plilindeiphia.. • [ma,925,1859.
• • _ •
DR. M'.LANE'B VER . - MI - FUG-E. -
PitiIPAIIRD BY FLEMING BROS. OF PITTSBURGH
- 21;11§tiring "a practice ortilbre 3i1 . 31 - Is,
lOr. SPLane hall attended innumerable patient s afflicted
with every for of worm disease, and was induced to
hFply all the etterglea of hie mind to the discovery of a
verndluge,• or worm destroyer; certain In its effects;
the molt aids labors Is the •Amerlcan Worm Specific,
now beforq the public, 'prepared by Fleming Bros. of
Pittsburgh, witichis perfectly Safe, and may be. given
alike to childreu•of the most ten der age; or to the egad
adult; .pui.gos mildly and subdues fever,, and de•
strop worms.wl th invariable success. envy of ad..
tululstratlonond as It does not contain mercury in any
form - whatovesi - no - reatrietiass — iiiiirnecepatiry - Wlth -
gard to drinking cold dater, nor la It capable of doing
the least injury to ihatendareatinfant. An incredible
number of worms have been expelled•by this great Per
mirage. §, • • • • , .••• ,
V@: Purchasers Will bo careful to er Dr.SPLane's
Celebrated Vertnifuga, manufactured 'by Fleming Pros.
of Pittsburg. Pa. Ali otbor Verrniftmes In comparison
aro worthies.'ltPcliANE'S gonuinti'Verntifutte; ab
ed his celebrated Liver Plils, con now, be had at all re ,
eimetable drug stores,— None genuine edtbout.tbettig,
nature of ' FLCAtING iIRO.
E DALPEY'S MAGICAL PAIN" EXTEACTOR.—in' al
diseases Inflammation mare or list predominates—now
to allay inflammation strikes at the root f dia..—
hence:and immodlaLe core. Delley's Ma Pain Ex
tractor, and nothing else • will aility in Mallon at
oiled, and make a rennin corm .. " . ~ . . •
" VALLEY'S MAORIAL JUIN Exruncroit will cure
the following tirenng it great catelogue of.. diseases:
Burns, Scalds, Cuts-Chafes, Sore Nipple'', Corns, Bun
lonst itruisea,•Stralint, lilt., Poison, .Chilblidits p _BLles.
Semfula, Ulcers, Furor Sores, Felons, Ear-ache,. Plies.
Si re Eyes. Cant, Swellings. Rheumatism, Scald Head.
Salt Itlreent, Ihildnese, Erysipelas, hiniworni, Berber"
Itch. Small Pox, Measles, Hash. A . c.,.&e.
To sonic it may appear leered:thins that so Many dia.
eases should he reached by one article r ouch all ld",
will vanish when refloat,. palms to the tact.-ihat the
salve is n ^ointolnation of , higredluents, each and every
one api•lsitie a ported antidote to Its opposite disorder.
Pulleys Magical Paln Extractor In Its ohm. Is magi
cal, Awe use the lime lie tort between 1 11150:00. Mill a
permanent cure: and It is lin extractor,. It draws all
• disease out of the atlecteil part, having nat..a s perrea
so per,,,, the injury. It iv scarcely necessttr3t La my that
no Ilona. work shop, or manufactory should b ono un,..
moot without it. .
No Pahl Extractor Is'eenutne oaks.a the box has upon
It a steel plate..engraving, with' the name 01, Henry .
Dailey, Man an:timer.
__Fer_tmle. by till the Druettisht and patent medicine
- denterithioliglitilinltiatfill.PMtates It nd-Canatlas. , -
Prlnelpal„Depot, 105 Chainiters St., Now York. - , •
. nov.Ei,..-ly. . . • C.-F. CALACE.
. FROM VIRGINIA
• • CABIN POINT', Sorry Go. Va.
Da • SET it S. IfiNck:-1 was iglhdtitnorulu APri1,1.854,
and from a paper 1 reel:lord °flours was Induclid to buy
a lion of your Bills, recounnennted as a sovereign cure
.for. the kpileptie Pits At that thne•mte of nnyaervants
inn.kboon aillicted•wlth . fits about inn tine years When
reaching home, I connalen..ed with 1110 milli according
to direction., 1 dolunt think she has hail into Since. My
wife, thopgh, is somewhat Induced to believe rho may
have had sow only. Enclosed you will find five dollars,
ter which you will please f,rwarniane I wo beaus.;. I sup.
polo you rw forward linens by•nnail. Your ronniillanco
will (deign, no. Yours re.pectfully. M. f 4 SLIZUE.
Dr. Dance's Epileptic Pills are also sovereigns remedy
fir every nuentitication of IIerVOISF dh , IIXI.N. Thu nor
yous sufferer, whether:tormented by the mets., physi
cal agony of nee' tilgia. th.doloreux or ordlinary'Munall.
ache. afflicted with vague ten rums weakened by period).
rd fits. than LOOM With paralyses, kornin"doe a altlft '41114.
Ph . D.! by that terrible IsKsitude which proceed. from a
lack of nnervunt4 energy, or ox purloining any other pal
of disability 111'1110g (cool the' .IlllllHtUral Colllllth9, of
of tin„ wonderful inntehipory ri/141 . M.tc, •Tory
11101111 M with the source I,r eenwuinn, motion n..tl
thought—derives imanellate beuelit farm the one of
those pills, - which at casco
,ealms, invigorates, and regu
lutes the shattered nervous organization'.
Sent Olney part of the country by mall. free or, pest.
age. Address SET!! S. lob Baltimore strenit,nitel.
timoro, Ahlt Prier, oull 114/X. rig: two. 5; twelve, $24.
Dr. WiSplr's lloloom of Wild Cherry
'The use . qualled sorrel. that has attended the appli•
ration of this 31e,Ildne Is Coughs. Colds. Astattt.l3 . •
chlal ‘ll - ection, Dist,i,:es or the hroat and Lungs. In.
dolma Consomptine, Imsindurrd many .physhlans of
Mgh standing to employ it In their practice; trimly of
whotu advise us of the fart under their own 'sigunture:•
WISTAIt'S RA LS,III or WILD CllElllll' It Edosl.
' • • 3IENDED BY' I . IIVSICIAN4.
A ununil, Sept, 11, Writ.
S. W. rowte k Co.—Slrs:-1 post (tearfully odd my
testimony in favor of the Balsam, We have uned It Is
our fatuity, hi Pulmonary. affections, CuTats_and Colds,
and esteem It It :MIA valuable remedy. and hare memo.
metaled It In i v:trim. colelalnts of this nature e Rhin.
variably happy results.'lV 'A' LVNCII, 31: D.
NlAssriri.u, Turn Co., Pa., Aug. 1858. .
fientlinnen - v.-11,1%-log used in illy prat-tie° the last
four yours, W.Pdat's Balsam or Wild Cherry, with great
surress,l most chourtully recommend it to those:Mill:tea
with obstinate Coughs, Colds, Asthma. kr
11. D. MARSIX,, M. D. -
Onto Vitter.4r, N. V., .1t;ly 17,1 'sg,
tlantlemen . : 7 4l fter Wlstar's masa,. foe a
n 0.4111111. vaiCsov ,, fronn roissoteel mbsorsation that I
regard It as one of the hest..khol or Cough
and take groat. pleasure In . remon,latooliog It to the
afflicted; . WEBEI, 11 •
• • a ItliowNvinc, N. Y... 1111 3 ,18, IHSB.
.oentat—lfering gold VV,lstal's Mr two rs pant arid
hathht - used the same 10v5.,11 with great .ruccet.s. 1
cheerfully recommend to all she nru .t.ulTerhot with
Asthontor enuoUnlinh , l4% A. A
Prepared by SETH W. 1 , 0‘11.1.: JI• C 9., Boston, mid far
sale by..N.anract Elliott and S• W. Haveredlrk, Carlisle;
lea IlsYdleehllTlSCßl.lll.g. • Kola k Wbal.Sliitararantdown:
S. IL 11th;, : Slsa maker Ar. 1,11114 t, Newburg;
J. C. Alt.lear :'lllppeluiura': arid by app dated agents
arid 4odurs lu aredlrtife rill kr, or lira country. •
Wan. A. Batchelor'. Bair Dye,
Thu OItIBINAI..OD 11E:4 IN T'111; WORLD:.
• 'All others tell nerd Imitations, and should beavolibid
you wish to escape ridicule.
DRAY. I. lit'. rill RUSTY HAIR Dyed instantly to a
beautiful and natural - Brown or Black, without tiro
leant injury to 11111 r or :Skin.
VI rfEEN MEDALS
,AND DIPLOMAS have been
awarded to Win. A. Datche , or Move 1h59. and ever So,.
000 applications have helot nuril4 to the Hair of Ails, pa.
Guns of Ids al lops Dye.
WM. A. BATCHELOR'S HAIR DYE,,produce •rolor
not" to ho'llistiro„ - uislied from nature. and Is warranted
not to Injure in the hoist, 110%11,1, long it May be von
..llnUot.l. Awl the 111 Weds of bad Dye remedied; the
(lair Invigorated for 1.16, by Orb. Splendid I/3 r.
Made, sold or app!irol l it la pri , ntr mons) at the Wig
Factory, 233 Broadney, New - York, -
Hold in all cities 111.1 torso Of the Untied States by
Druggists and Fancy Hoods Dealers.
11*. The (hoodoo has the 'more and addrioor•upon
steel plate engraving on four-Olen of earl, Km. or—.
, 1511,1,1 AM A. BATCHELR,
2:13 Broadway, Now York.
Ari - Beld by Drirgebits in
• WIOS—WIGS—WIOS —Batchelor's Whirr and Toup
kossurpais nil. They are elegant, light, easy and Jura
tile..tfttillig to a charni-,-iso turning , behind—no
'thanking off the head; Indeed, thin he tint only Entitle
iinhnlnnt where these things,ku 11X.PnrlY mallet stand
and mado. 233 Broadway, Now Voik.- n0v•17,58-ly
TIM GREAT RESTORATIVE
FEVER AND AGUE cunta) BY DS. N'LANS'B
Si.. Mr, Jonathan lloughtnan, of West Union,Park
County, Illinois. writes to the prnprlett rs, P luming
Bros., of Pittsburgh, that ho had suffered greatly from
a severe and protracted attack of Fever and Ague,. and
wax completely restored to health by the use of the
Liver Phis bloneo" unquestionably possess
great tonic properties, and eau be taken with derided
advantage, for many 411.3/ OS requiring invigorating
' remedies ; but the thtrer Pills ht.lll pre.eminent as a
moons hf restoring a disorganized Liver to healthy sc.
l ion ; hence, the great esiebriiy they have:attained. The
numerous fortablable diseases arising from it diseased
Liver, which so long bathed the skill of the most emi
nent physicians of the United States, are now rendered
easy or ours, thanks to the study and perseverance of
„the distlneu shed physician whose name this great
'inedleine bears—a name which will descond to yMterity
nx one deserving of gratitude. Title invaluable
elite should always be kept e With reach; and on the
'app , armlet, of the earliest symptom of diseased Liver,
it van be safely and usefully adMildstered
Atli` Pureha;era will be careful to ask for Dlt.
CELEIDIA ED MYER PILLS, manufactured
by FLEMING DMus., I,f P•.- - There v are
other Pills purportiog to ha Liver Pills, now before the
public. Dr. NPLatio'r, genuine Liver Pills, also his role.
beefed Vermlfn o, can now had at all respectable
storm None genuine without the sb , nature of
D.&G UERREOTYPES.—In beauty and dm.
ability, no " Sun drawn" picture equals a good dopier •
reotypo;, thin Is the opinion ~ ,: tioresNetl glut leMllng
Photocraphlidournale of the day, both American and
English; these may be obtained ut tho rooms of-Mrs.
Reynolds, Louther, Street, two doors westof Hanover.
Carlisle, .Rum :I'lB69—t f
CARLISLE. PRODUCE ICIARKE..T.
Reported the herald by
FLOUR Superfine, per bbl. . • $ 4,76
' do. Extra, - . do. -' 6,00
do. ' Family do. 5.37
RYE ' (10. ' ' 8.25
WHITE WHEAT per luksiliel ',' ' 1 20
Linn do , • db. . 1,10
ItYn do - 76
OATS (now) '----'' do. ~ ' 'BO
CLOYERSEED .• do 6 00
SPRING BARLEY do.
WINTRIL BARLEY do
On tho Gtb, inst. at 0111'a Hotel, by liar. A• H. Itpo.
haw, Mr. JOHN' CROUT, to Miss CATHARINE ERIC,
both of Monroe Twp. this co.
, gi, iat s .
. . .
At Ids reshlt nee, on the6th Inst. In Mouton Township,
THOMAS W. HARBOUIt, aged 61 years 0 mouths ento9
1 4 1 1.,ST . J.i1tEAT- Alt RIVA.L
FALL &..WINTER CLOTHING.'
Thu subseribei • liftlejtist returned from the Eastern
Cities, with a largo and vol, selected stock of
FALL AND IVIN'FER CLOTHING,
GENTLEALEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
. TRUNKS, CARPET BAGS, UMBRELLAS,
to.. whipb, ho ran veil 1 t each Prices; as to astenb.b. i the
Ilaving'taken particular pains to select komiscsAlal•
ly adapted for this market, ho can assure his customers,.
that they are • •
WELL AND .FASHIONABLY MADE.
Buyer.' will Dad it Mthkr lutertht to examine hie
stook, as Ito hos determined to sell upon the motto of
Remember the old Stood, near the Market Ronne.
• AIRIER WIEL,
Carlisle, Sep. Id, 1860... - •,
Chdrib the "United Brethren in Chrie.,';
t +divine, Bel; will be dedicated to the worship or Al!
mighty 001.1, on.thu 25th or. depteudw, ifibe. ear,
vices wjlßbe conducted' by. Bishop theseunreren, uf,
irginkt, nesieted by• others:. Preaching-on BetnrdAY
evening peovioue. The, dodicetion on Sebbetti, et, 10 .
o'clock, A. M. •."
Pip. 14, 1859:4C
D A L . 11 STA. T SALE
• lu October 0, 1860..
By virtue eflbeinst. will end lentainatt of. George
.fieslit, deceased, late of Dunhill) township, I will ex
pose to public sale on the predilses litte the reeidenco of
the said deceased. a tract of land In said township,
'bounded by David Cul# and the,im.blic road from Car
lisle to iti'lilure's rep. about live, miles from carllsle,
eont.dnlng.:abont 19 acres, hathag thereon erected
. • TWO; &rotor STONE, . -
!!;, , r D N d 11"0 U SE,
• .4:;••::- LOG 13AliN, Sprin'g House and °abr.
Improvements. Also n tine Tan•vard is ore tad Ott the
land tit a large nrvei-faillqSlfrittgof running water.
and al. the necessary bUllOingti and vats for carrying ad .
the tainting business, which has
: bean carried on up to
ALSO. at. the .same time and place n FARM which
adloins tho 'above tract. a ,1,1,. , 0hard Munich, containing '
about 100 amp, having good
LOG HORS AND BARN, - •
iltha fine YOUNI APPLE QitfillAith thereon, with
a well of never failin g r water at the deor. TliArg are nlao
erected on thla tniot another excellent two story t.TONE
110111711 and flack N3114p Slo whirh will be sold with, -
• "ALSO, at the untie time and. ' , Mace, a lot of grannd,
ndjolying the above farni. containing about two and a
half acres. with it Frame itough-cast Plastered 110 USE,
A Stable thereon erected and a.well 'of water In the
yard. ' • • . •
All the aboon .I,crilsed hinds have been will limed .
and under geed poet fonce turd are In A.lllghatate of
cultivation. • . . -
ALSO. n trnict. of Mountain Lnnd In the. name town . ;
ship. aldjolnine• lan In of (haulm' Shamlniugh.`',lol,.. -
Snyder. and _other., , mtelohnt amid fin ac
will be divided and sold 11110 ncra Let. it-11t
-111'eltiro'n (lop road.
On the onion day,l will null. at the niansins.
let ofa , out 80 condo of . itA HI( for tan oink. purponen.
I will alsesell on Friay the rth of October. 1050, at'.
11 o'clock. A. 91. the Coact Munn: In Varllnle..
Old Lot of Oround In the sold hiccough in which
John Ft Der new Iltan nod keeps More, containing 21, • '
feet in 'front' - on :'outh lint - lover skein and 1411 in
depth on Chnpol alley. Thele Is erected as the Ironi) ,
of the said lot a' •
TWO STOAY,l3l3.reK.Fulms , •
tied on the alley a two story II pait brlcliand p'rt
Mona. 'The term will be' easy and made known •on
the day of min by • • •
" • WILLI AM !(0: 4 11T,
. . .
' 'Executer of George linabt. deceased.
Dept. 14.1859. t. e _ , , •
NT ALI.I A 131, Eli I. M ESTO N K1'3.1018
.ANDCGOICH TIMBER. LAND
. ' AT PUBLIC SALE.
1 will sell at 'public .10,.0111 the phelises. Situated In
Silver Spring Township, Cumberland County, on the •
Triadic :'pring road. six miles east otearlisle. and three
miles west of Mechanicsburg, on 'Milli:it/AY. the Gth
asocTonEß. Ihritl, the following described farms and •
tracts of Timber Land. . , ~
No. 1. The MANSION FARM, containing about. 1 . 61)
Acres miflirst rate Limestone Land. of which anent lb
acres aro r ued Timber loud. time residue is in a high .
state of cultivation. The improve
ments are a Two-sl;;ry S 'l' I) N
DWELLING . II it SE, with is good
well - of water with - pumnp at tha - door.'
X large hank Rare, 'Corn crib,, and/
other necessary out buildings.' Also a good mchard of
.No. 2. A Wm, adjoining the above, of shout 200
Acres—also first rate Limestone Land—of which abmit
CO norm, are eltnice 'Thaler' Land; the. balance Is finer
productive land; In It high state of cultivagon. The
Improvements ore a two-story FRAMFI 11017S11, Bank
Horn, Corn Crib, &a , kr., oath a volt of water convent:
cut ; also.sn orchard ofrhelin, .
No. 3. Tam tract contains Mead. - 100 Acres-85 of'
clear land, anCitlentt 10 of Timber Land. This trent
adjoins the tilk,cr two and will make a very desirable
No 4. The.STEANI SAW MILL with 0) ho• ne.perrer
Engine. and 110 lirres of Landl:o lICIII3 of which aro
choke heavy, Timber Land. This Saw Mill Is In the
midst of a hap body of the heaviest .Timber Land in
the wooly. and is capable of &line a large Imsines—
„Xlm Timber Land, on tainting about 100 Acra 4 ,wlll,lf
desired by purchasers. ho sold in NJpal-ate tracts.
Salo to commence at 10 o'clock A. M. of said day, when
attendanca will ho Oren and Terns tondo Ippwnhy
' On TUESDAY, September 27. IMP, tbp undersigned
Assignees of Peter R• rgo.‘vill.sell n 1 public sale, nt tho
D.trlisie Iron Works.n largo varloly of porrual property,
consisting In port of
If EA . D OF HOMES, 2 MULES. - 5 317LCi1 COWS,
1 Hogs. one bent d irheeled Wagon, ono Sulkey, Plougho
• lid Ilarroro,•iral a Forkx l •nnd other Agricultural Im—
2300 BUSHELS OF CHARCOAL,
70 TONS OP 31AGNET14 - intn,
'Lf t lot of pine end halt Loin. thirty Cords of Wood,
00 Chestnut Ralls, , ono sett of Furnace 'fools, one sett
if For e Tools. 0 lot of Bar Iron. Coal Imskutii arid Bar—
owe, Wbee..barrolvs, he.; he. Alco, n largo lot of
lloimehold ,ind Kitthc.n Furniture,
onAMlng In ;met of Bedsteads. Clrdes,Tablos, BA'dsand
leddlng, Stoves, 4.e., ete. •
.4:110 to connnence at 10 o'clock, • A. M on said day,
terms will be made known by
1111N.IAMIN' KAUFFMAN, -
Sept 13, '5O-1
VALUABLE CHESTNUT TIMBER
LANDS FOR SALE.
On TIIIIRSDA - Y, Nevem - tier 3, 1859, the undersigned
'Till collet public ralo,•on the nixie° day, at the Stone
'lnter,., In Dickinson Township, Cumbealand county,
at 11 o'clock, A. M. of that day,
TEN TEACTS OP CHESTNUT TIMBER LAND,
varyhm In quantities from fourteen to ninety nava,
and ono tract of thirty twa acres, portions of the ^Cum•
',edam' " Estate. tho property of Dr. Wm. C.
Chambers, deed. Plans of the 1(115 to to offered for
sale, will be 'nttnelled to the band bills nt the Stone
Tavern, nod at the 111111 on the estate.'
Terms of the sale to be tan per cent. of the purchase
nymey oh each tract to be paid. or s•oved on the prop
erty being struck down to the purchaser; one third of
the balance of the purchnne money to be paid on the
hat of April. Ib6o, and the balance In Iwo Noel annual
)aymonts thereafter, with Interest, and sneurcd upon
'rho titles to the properties Is nniloulled. • .
Sep. 14, 18 . 5(1. Attorney for the Mims Chemhers
WHEans'the llon..lA:n ES li. GRAHAM, Presi.
dent .lu(h.ce of the several Courts of Common Pleas of
the counties of Cumberland. Perry and Juniata. and
Justin. ..Of the several Courts of Oyer and Terminer and
(funeral Jail Delivery In sold counties, and 1t0,,. SAM•
WQMIURN and' lion. M. COCRLIN, Judges if the
Court of Oyer and Terminer and Oenerat Jail Delivery
Inc the trial or nil tapltal and other offenders, h. the
said county of Cumberland. by their precepts toque di•
rioted, dated the tY2d of Angus'. 1819, have ordered the
Court of Oyer and Terminer and General Jail Delivery
to he holden at CARLISLE, on the second MONDAY of
November; 1159. (beingtbe bith day,) at 10 o'clock in the
forenoon, to continue Vivo weeks,
NOTICE IS HEREBY olvErq to the Coroner, Jute
Wee of the Pease and Constables of the said county of
-Cu ill be ria t-t hey-a re-by-the-sid-preeept-eom.
mended to be then and there In their proper persons,
with their rolls, words, 1111111:Mors, examinations
and till other remembrahres, to do those things which
to their officer appertain tube done,mnd oil those that
ere bound by rerognisnnedit , to pr,ixerute against the
prisoners that ere nr then shalA, be In .the jolt of said
county, are te be there to prosecute them no shell be
' 110117:31cCARTNEY, Sheriff.
SUERITrIi °MCI:, - 1
Carlisle. Sept. 14, 1859.
-, ST tte
ATE NOTICE.—Lers of Ad
jministration on tl.o estate of Thomas W. Barbour,
Into 14 3irtirou township, deed.. boon, been teethed by
the Register of Cumberland County. to the subscriber,
raiding In thosame township. All persons indebted
to the estate 'are requested to Tellico immediate pay.
went, and flops havin g claims to present t!kom for
Alm'r. of Thos. W. B6rbour, doed
Sept. 14, '60.-5t .
t1OLORE1: CAMP MEETING.-
There will be nUn iOll Camp Meeting of the colored
pdople of Shippensburg and Carlisle, held in the Grove
of (1,0. A. Covey, in Dickinson Township. I mile south
of the Stone Taaerni to oommencoon TIIIILfiDAY, Sep-
Lumber Inib, and to continue one-tacel4 under the di
rection of the if,,.. ISA AC GASSA WAS.:
•iilembers of Ali denominations nro united to join
in with to,
At;ii- No hucksters or hoarding tablas will be allowod
within three miles of tho p rounds.
Aug. 311 1859-a.
nISSOLUT lON OF PARTNER
1...7 SIIIP.—The firm or HULL & BRANDT, doing
4i.islness In Chutchtown. Cumberland County. PL. ham
this day been dissolved by mutual consent. •All these
having claims against the Paid firm will present them
to leamo Mull for kettleMent.
N. U. Thu tintlersHred will contlnucitus:neanntilm
old stand In Churelttown, where he will be thankful
for a Aare of public patronage.
:Sept. 14, 1869-ot*
11. N E
. 4 1 F-S LI A 111 , • .•
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Mee with Wm. If. Sllller Esq., South Honorer Street,
opposite th Voluntyerpflice,
Carlisle,'S'pre. S. 1850.
J - 0 - 6EPH .FUSSELL.
No. 2 NORTH FOURTH STREFM,
.tls'MonulhctUrer of ouporkr quality of
tixubrelles & Parasols,
Ms, now in his stork the tenst , complote dbriertment,
embraring many Lew styles, some' of which can be found
sootherlh °stab' Meseta. and which ho Is prepared to
ofTer.try CASK AND StIORT .TIME. purchasers, at very _
September 7, WO. lm.
JUSTUST ItEOEIVED,. 4i lot of Straw . and
Cutter at the &pithhunt! Steteof
• • . • , N. U. STRICKLER & RHO:
CarllAro, Jtily 1880
10110 1' A t3l - 1.8 T() d'E 8! PEACE
oU ooOes roe bustler will bo paid for Ponehotchiep de
llvered giabe Agriculturnl Sa . i 're of
- n e•Titiont a.. nno.
Sop. 14, ' 5l ? .
OBACCO . AND . .SEGARS. The
' finest quellties of Lump . . Twist, Crivendisb,•and
lo r cbowink 'Tobacco's •• 731117A116-4lne bnpotted
:Ilavaria and Cubs &gam, also choice brandsof Mrmestin
manufacturo. • Lyr rbburg. Phil: Welt hio and flnitimotri
Cut and ltry , Tobacco, 'lbw' friseds CATITIOt fail. bell, '
pleasoci II examining for themsolies. '. • - '.
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