Newspaper Page Text
Friday, Ociober •igosoo.
I FOIL VICE . IRESIDENT
• . ELECTOES.
• . Hon. JAMES POLLOCK; '
HON. THOMAS NI 11015 , E;
.11191'. - "
1 Edward 'O. Knight.ll4''Ulysses Merour.--
2 Robert P. Ring. • 115 George Maslen •
8 Henry ,Eumm. 16 A. B.. Sharpe.
_4 Robert M. Foust. 17 Daniel 0. Gehr.
5 Nathan Hulks. 18 Etimuel Calvin:
6 John DI: Broomall. 10 Edgar Cowan. • '
James W. Fuller. •20 Wm. MoKernian.
78 Levi' B. - Smith. 2l J. H. Kirkpatricy
6 Francis W. Chniat. 122 James Kerr
16Ihaid Mumma, Jr. 23 Riclt'd.P. Roberts
11 . Dwrid Tagiert— • , 24 Henry Souther.
12 Thomas • R Hull: 25 John Grier.
18 FOneis Penniman
A regular . nieeting of. the LINCOLN
CLUI3 will be held at the Wigwam (G lase'
Row), on TO-MORROW
at 7A o'clock.
Collate, Oct. 12, 1860. Prendent
We Imp kept our paper lack a . few houre,
so as to 'give the official vote of the ,County.
The vote is sp very elm, gn some of thnonn
didates, that we concluded our readers would
excuse the delay, when their doubts could on
ly be removed by the official vote. • '
T.HE IL LEO TI,ON
• The - election on. Tuesday i last, passed off
rather quietly, althijagh every inch of ground
. was hotly contested on both sides. .The Weather
was clear and bracing, inviting a full turn out
from the ootary, and :he oonseqttence, is the
largest vote ever poiled in this county.
• The democrats never fought a political bat
tle with more vigor than the present one ;
every effort was nimbi to bring out their vote
—every means resorted to, to misrepresent
the objects of the Republicans, and indhee
their followers to synod by the usages of the
' democratic, party; but, all in vain. The Re
publicans went into this contest, determined
to win, and they have sueeeeded even beyond
their most-sanguine hopes'.
The democratic party never sustained a
more signal defeat. In 1858, they were de-
Seated by a majority : of 'some 27,000,.0n the
Supreme Judge. In 1859, by over 17,900. on
the AudiVir_Deneral, but they cOnsOied them-
Selves with-the reflection, that the issues were
sinimportto;t and the vote small.
ever, with tho questions at issue, fairly - b - Kore
be people, and a vote in the State, at perhaps
half a million, they have been beaten so badly
that they will not be able to, find 'themselves•
for a year, and.wo congratulate our readers'
on the happy result, which they will find de
tailed in another column. • •
The People's Party celkhrated their victory
by a grand demonstration last night. _About
't Alock in'the evening, several rockets mere
discharged from the square,and a large pile of
pine•kuots,prgvided fbithe occasion,was fired,
and lit up the t Own with its lurid glare. The
Wide-A44,6nd a large concourse of citi•
eons, assembled in front of the Court House, ,
where congratulatory speeches were. made by'
Messrs. Henderson, Sharp and Todd. A
torch light procession was then formed which
marched through the streets, saluting 'with
loud cheers several houses which were illurrorg;
inated to give honor to the occasion. The
Procession was dismissed; and ciniet restored
about 10 o'clock.
The Wont Ward
The small majority for our ticket in the
West Ward, has beettamatter of astonishment
to our.friends; but it is easily accounted for
Amu the fact, that some ton of the Bell-Ever
tilt men xoted against us, which makes a dit
ferenco of 20. We underetandalso, that/meaty
of the students in College voted ; aeueneeen of
whom, voted for Foster; add these to the 19
majority for Curtin, and it gives us 66, which
is nearly up to, our usual standard,_ in that.
AU Hail I South Middleton
'1? . The Republicans of South Middleton coy
- Bred themselves with glory at tho j election. At
the election of 1859, • there wasa democratic
majority of 81. Now they ha've given a Cur
tin majority of 12. thus making a Republican
gain of 78. Threeoheers for South Middleton
the banner township of the county. "
The Frankford Bays are as
_true as steel;
whoa they say a thing they inennit, and gene- 4
rap.) , do just what they say. Tbis township
usually casts a democratic majority_ of 20 to
g 0; but they promised , Curtin and . 'Junkie a
majority this year, and they nobly redeemed
The Vote in Meohaniosburg.
• Our representative elect, Col. Wm. It. Ir
win, must feel flattered at the vote given to'
lira on Tuetitty last. His majority there, is
extuttly 200; a result ascomplimentary to the
candidate, 'as it is creditable to the men of
Mechanicsburg, who have thus ondorad their
fellow citizen. •
Tua Maur or REMBRANDT Psam--Our
readers will read' with regret the announce
ment of the death of the venerable artist, Run
gs/uml PEALS, r lie was almost the last con
necting link between our own and Revolution
ary,times. Since the death of Gilbert Stuart,
ho was the only' artist who hid painted a por
trait of yashington -from,life, and up to the
last month he hap been reproducing copies of.
his famous and invaluable work. ' He retained
hie fatalities to the last, and his enjoyment of
art never diminiFbed.
.. We aee by,the Phila. papers hat the appear
ance of Nisi Iticliings in paiglish Opera in
O y_lks attracted the largilt andiences
of the much'. The Joureal t s ore enthusiastic
in her ',rabic, sea she is considered, by far,
the beetriftna donna in Englisb'Opera that
has appe!red before them. It is likely her
nest engage mentwill he in Italian Opera at
the Acadeity: of Jamie. "
" Attkry,7 7 .- Upon a promontory at a
southern point of , Spein,Vuuning out: into
the Sttaite stande a. fortress
calleillnon;, as in The times of the. Moorish,
dominion, Tarifa. ".:It,erasulie custom of the!.
Moors to watch Merchant ehips going into'cir
'of tit& midland soli, to issue from
lety. duty, 'according. to a .-
on all • rnercbandfse. This duty
erprn thoplace whereit'-westeviedi
„. . •
Pennsylvania Sends Greeting to-her
Sister states. _ "' •
Republican Gdiernor majority
Twenty-two Republiean' CongtetiTinen
and a majority, in both Houses of . the
E BYrri'll - EVORETT fl E - PE 0 ME"
that Pennsylvania, for the third time in
succession, has routed the Democrats,
"terse . , foot and dragoons," ria is tow
~ .WIDE AWAKE" Whew tridinterests.
The DeMocrats. have seen the
All hontor to the men of the Old KEY ,
STONE, who .have triumphed over faction,
and-achieved this glorious result.
Let the'"bull,roll on" until by another
signal victory in November,they vindicate
Republican principles, and sustain the
Full details of the
be given in eur next, for the present, our
friends may rest psiured,.that we have
gained a victory, so decided, and com
plete, that Fusion in its worst form, Cannot
carry Pennsylvania . against Lincoln in
•November. Democracy is ‘! wiped out,"
and the Republicans of Pennsylvania:
have sealed their devotion to the Union,
the COnstitution and the-lawti,
The telegraph bringeus,froui all guar-
tere , of -the State, a perfect avalanche, of
Victories, but we have not room for par
INDIANA WHEELS INTO LINE.
INDIANAPOLIS, Oct. 10
The Democrats concede the election of
the whole Republican ticket by majori
ties of from 5,000 to 10,000. Eight Re
publican Congressmen are elected out of
eleven. The Lesislaturo is also Repub
lican, thus securing two United States
Senators r pin place of Messrs. Bright and
OHIO 11OLLOWS ENNSYLVANIA.
I CLEVELAND, 01110, OCt. 10.
Ohio has followed the example of her
sister States by electing the whole Re
publican State ticket by a majority,of over
TWENTY THOUSAND! Only three
Lodofoco Congressmen are elected to tell
of the saddisaster.
FOR SALT RIVER,
THE OLD FIRE SHIP,
i—AC) COM I C:0 I C:0
Will have, immediate dispatch for S AV]
RIVER. For passitjge, apply to the Cap
tain on boird. She is provisioned for a
three year's cruise, and "no discussion
of Presidential candidates" , will be per
mitted. on board. It is expected that the
ciStg that Col. Curtin slibt, will accompany
HENRY D. FOSTER,
DOITOLAS, iit'setiroh of his Mother
HAD TO DOME DOWN.'
The aliment. on the Demoaretio pole, beer
' Ing the nemee of ..!pOUGLAS.and.FOSTF,It,"
- w'fte Ittken off:by the wind to •clayi"aticl started
lit the direetititr of 14les . o0i:
The etorm'of Tueetliiy proved very die•
6 ,,,,1 Elias 11 Eyster.
1 . -
1 . ~ . john 8 Dunlap.*
a . 110%
:24VZSV:i;atIZ b ,2 41 , ay , 7 1
Gdorgo Shonffer. - ' . di."^! n'.
0 Samuel 51ekaw
Joseph C. ThSmpdon
Ernqst - A - BradY. *--
.VJob n Floyd
0 u- i,
pg 2 1
S. $. Solfonbcrgor,*
. , . - - g`2•'r 1 48 8 8 B , B' 212 21 ,'-: 2 -.°. ,r.
'Jonathan E. Ferran* c°"* 7'7 "!' :1 4 ''' 037-..—. e . ." " , co
. C. 1•••• .n ••••. •••••••O ID , .r co et .-, CC Me.ol co a•••• W
' • . ct Ti C . 30 CO T 1 LO o 2 CO 0 •-• 7.1 0O C. CO CO VI 'CO
-c:. 40 co . , • v., oa
..-••• .4 ,-. Cl .... NO
,• , •
. . , •
_.,.. I . ' , . . •. - ~.,W C001 0 14 1 , M 0.-000.-,01, . .-. W
• --CA cO ..0 T; gs GI CO c 0 er• •-• co cam co
William) Shearek. o 33:3 co ,-. , oq ~.... ••••••• Co - ••••• 0
,I . - .. •
. . • - . .
cr. OC I-• - .....- co -• •••• co ,- Ti o• WCO LOCO T . /
.• 1 o .
.. . • .° '' `'D C• . 2 4 1, .G. .....Z i10r,.7.1 :I 0:4 OD ••••• .0
‘‘ P• i William Lowther ,* CC , el , CI Cl M . ~- LIZ
. , OD
. • •
, • ' . .
= 01 . 7 q .” .0 4 0 co m W ..o. = c 0 -P , 9^l ...-.
• • , c 0 co ..tO c.O CO etOVC•3 --. -. ..0 CO CO • :••1
William B Irwin *, . • cc ''' '''' 7 7 c.,,,,m cam , 3--
3 , 2
, • .
0.0.00. , -"Z •‘.• TI ..T .3 , ....I• ...... CO Le. .o ...t. w -4. II
Joadph Daily, • ...-.., , 0 Cl .7., •-• C . l , .... ' .--. CO --4 ••• ICO
•.... , .. . .
• I , ;0 .....,v,, 01 co op ....- No Cr. “0 TI 1••• 1... cO C .
CO W CI - CO CO CO 00 = ....o ..o co TI a) co Ti tO
Benjamin F. Junkin.ct I CC. st. •-•.-.... Oi .•••• .•••• ...1 •••• Of ,•;I CO
. . •
•••1• ...o 0 c.O ....3 -...7'. ..- ... CO •- CO O 1••• cO ce tO '
Ti w T, W=MWCOCOT.WOIM^C=I
Henry D. Foster. ' .•=oo, —.,,N 1 ... , ,,,co ..,
3 . - • .
- . •• , 1 -.., , ..- ,co -3. m 03. '4O
C . " Wei ..i. co O. ''' .3. .o 3.3 •74 M °° — . 4 . 3
Andrew G. Curtin * ' c' I' . 2,u1 Ol W .-. W
• . .. • • .
.. , -
**4 * 0 .3
a • 4i m
R • •-•
Governor.' - '
Footer, 103 64' 126 156 IN7 616
85 49 114 130 .74: 456
110,01 e!/; 10.0. 61 123 155 186 626
Jinas in, 92 62 • 117 180 76 96 . 6
Slieartr, . 103 63 1.22 163 10 11*.:5
l'fincr, 102 62 124 164 185 _627
Irwin, -•- • - 110 11.7 134 77 96 . 8
Lpwilier, 89 _6l 116 127 76 968
Mellow, 98 id 101 185 181 575
!Oilier, • 00 51 188 147- 76 6'..1
Duke, 74 GO 116 .154 , - 109 572
Ferree,. 1.8 68' 124 182 91 613
Clerk of Coitrt.
Floyd, ' 102 04 120 156 186 028
Sollunberger 90 49 119 1.0 74 462
Thompaon, 100 63 1I 8 156 184 621
Brady, 87 60 ^ 119 1.,0 76 462
Director of Poor.
Slieuffer, 100 637-123 155 186 627 .
Miller, 92 60 117 129 76 464
.I.Zußter, 09 63 118 157 186 623
Dunlap, . 92 .60 122 .128. __76. _.407
, Shippensiburg District
w Cl) Cl) , -i
Cl''. S 4:l - 45 g
O Er . E
Cl a 5
cr.' or no
0 .9. a
in 04 . F
Curtin, • ,187 26 108 821
l'onter, 178 21 118 317
Junkin, 188 26 113 827
170 21 114 805
Irwjn, 190 26 112 028.
Lowther,' 188 26 111.
Shearer, 173 22 116 311
Power, 166 20. 118 389
Ferree, 153 19 82 •264
.Pukr, 205 28 144 877
Clerk' of Court.
Sollenberger, 195 27 11l 838'
. Floyd, 166 20 . 115 801
Brady, . , 29 111 851
Thompson, 152 .18 116 285
Miller,' , 191 27 116 • 884
Ategato, 107 20 • 104 291
Director of Poor.
192: 27 111 830
168 20 115 . 803
Dunlap( 192 27 111 880
Eyater 168 20 115. ' 803
We fear that our democratic friends in
the c o unty, will. -mot lie willinghereafter. to
concede to Mr. C. W. Carrigan. the gilt of
prophecy. Daring the Mass' Meeting here
on Sittardeli 7 ho telegraplied . .toyhiladelpbitt
that there were 5000 democrats'. in proses
sion, and that Cumberland County would
give, Foster . 460 of a majority In estinni '
,Procession he added a eyph4r:too
much, and his estimate
_Ail the. majority ie .
400 short. About 10 'o'clock-ob . -the:night
of the election', he telegraphed . from
delp I , to his friends •n Carlisle;' lba
ter's majority in,the city would reach ,10,110(11,
This despatch was received with vociterens
cheers, and "several Foster ineni backed
their opirdon of Mt:. Carrigan'S' astutenei
and veracity, by betting high on the 'result!
What their opinion is now, we leavp others
to imagine. .
The Volunteer Whims , its redden] that
thtiFoster Club, held hist'onr4ing on
MOnday night tbd:boUrt'lionse, when
Mr. Snowden of Philadelphia thadO speech
We also inform' our readers,' that the 4r..
(in Club, held its kit 'tudethilr - nt
on Tuesthiy. • Evori m ember
for himself on the occasion:
THE Ggvernoi, or New.Yorik bps, tn1i0n,411.4,,
iniiinkivo mon in rigaid to . ,Thnial!ogiving.UN
by, nppOinting,,.by procbintkioii,! ThnrOdny
Novonrr 290; ns 'd,iv'nf, i'onijneapd..kny.
1 , CO
.4 1 . ) ..E., _
.., ,—... a4 0 ,,
. . 6: 1 , z i
....,, ,c. f 4
0 , ,. . rz z o '1 , ... ,0 -
s 7 ~
, '''''';`,-;,-..'..- '''.-.E.?- • -
c ot-..rm.E......74.0.....09, 1
c. c. 9 =I.-. c: co co %
co . co , co..m.tizi O; "° "•
7CO C• 1 CO Oi`CO OZ •••• : 0 . 0 C° CO
••• CV • Ol CO.` I.•••
.. • .....
•••u• . • . .
1 • 0'14,0' CD Ca?, • • till ..,I . = Zrir. ~- , , C1 C* Q r ,
I.- 0 -- ..'7. , 0 71 4-• .. , -0 0 ~ , 1 .0
CO 0 21.-• ,-. c,, ..., ... .-.. o 3 •-• CI
1,..," ,:00. ••• 07 ,01 i 0 .V 0 ..` *V , ILO O. ,00 . ,
... 1, ..' ' C''''P . " . .... 4 . .r'..15rA.c1.4 • ~T . C I :. C 4 C. 2 - . " -.,-. a
- - f'S 2'6 A'
Il.•.- —, . ' a:— ...,..S= '"' .4 t.' ; '=' ,S :`.) ! ":4 ::;.:. c`,3l;• .1-1 .1
IC., OC. " , :G ta VZ .7 . ...;Z: 00 .1 •-• ."'t .= - 7.1 ' , 40
.• ',I = SG IV . ..70 .41, *I G 7 C.l in TA T 0 :.0 CO It' M.
C . = V, p, r...., OA - ,Il O. . • , 0, • ...I 1-
i . .
, - . co , oo cc , O CC .0 CO •-•
ILO sZI C . 4 CO CM
'CO 01 as.-0
•—• ZO C 2. 7 , 1 t•-• :0 00 d 2 404 •—•
CO TO oo.r C`l CO I' . CC" ,
; I =l.O CO I, CA v.. 1-4 •—• 4 , —. 40
g'4a2 Rt ti)
• ..-. 7; .
9 m .
7217- tz-f- p.
C. 5 " ,., FA. -1•4 :-====. 1 Z••••Ff3.3- , > — ;-!. . •
__We regret to say that Mr. Junkon is de
feared in the. Congressional District, York
County having given-Mr. Bally a majority
f over 3 100—This is a democratic gain" o
THE, DEMOCRATIC Mass MEETING.
On Saturday lest, the . democrats of this
county wound up the campaign • with a Mass
Meting: end under the impression that a
meeting outnumbering the Republican county
meeting in numbers, would have sonic effect
in rallying their forces for the election they
spared neither trouble nor expense in the ef
fort. Ilnndbills were circulated over the
county, riders were sent to every township,
appeals were matti l ln every way to induce the
faithful to attend;' pledges Were made, that
there - should be , ;,,ho discuesion of the Presi
dential catiditletp; by the t•eminent.speak
ere from Philadelphia," who,were to -address
there, and bands of mush, were engaged to
sny - agti breast." and give life and
animation to the Scene Nor were all those
!Torts without elfect, for we freely admit,
that they succetidid in getting up °wet' the
ingest political dtinonstrations we have ever
seen, inv e rlisle. Whole townships wore dem
ocratically depopulated to swell the moving
moss in the streets of our borough, which
wound its slow letigth along, like a huge me
ingerie on its travels, with Banners flying,
music sounding' awl men shouting: end yet,
Milt did it all amount tot The democrats
supposed that the minds of the people could
be diverted from their trueintere'sts by "sound
ing brass nod tinkling cymbals," as in days
gone by. But the people, for once, hive
shaken off the thraldom of party. They
spurned alike. the falsehoods of Witte, the
misrepresentations of Carrigan, and the frothy
eloquence of Biddle and Snowden ; and "Old
.Mother Cumberland," to whose eons, such
pathetic appeals were made, stands forth re
deemed from the shackles of locofocoism.
The stirring parade, 'which was' hailed with
such•enthusiaslie kliouts, proved but the fu
neral- procession of the hopes of Foster and
his friends, and the waving . flags are hung up,
as monuments of their duplicity apd folly.
The; custom (prevalent...in some parts_ of
our country) of
. stjthjecting candidates far
any office, to every , variety of inquiry with
regard to their course upon all possible and
impossible questioris, 'is thus satirized by a
correspondent of a'. South Carolina journal,
the Spartansburg Expressr
To the Candidates for the Legislature of
SOuth Carolina: 1-
If elcieted will ydu vote for a sufficient mi._
proo'riation, by the Legislature, to have the
Artesian well, in Charlestown bored through
to the Celestial Empire, so that South Car
olina may dr.,p thmugh'io the event-of Mr.
Lincoln's election I • ' ,
In ate event thaethe African slave trade is
nut reopened,-will You favor an appropria
iion, by the Legisli fare, for the importation
of monkeys to pie out cotton?
Will you-yote fti a law to prevent the Au
torn Borealis from jmaking its appearance
south of Mason 'an Dixon's line?
-Will you vote ftiti an nppropriation to•nid
in defraying. the- eipenses of the visit of the
Prince, of 1 Vi!
a les if 1 the United States?
lin he event of your' eleetion, Will you, in
.itthrtlance, with' th strict rules of- pcilitical
:econotnr, vote far ppprtipriating . thit super
:fldous.gas se'lreelygenerated by that body,
in Aid of Professoy,towe's intended baloon
eicuision.to Euro6e 7,‘ • :,. .
• If elected which flotel„will you stop at 'n"
COlunibia ?.., . „ . .
hieh or the vat dilates for the Legiela
flail do you think .% ill' be elected . ?
In view.of Alio: , trace leeportnure -ot the
forgeoing soletnty uestione. and the fleece.
sity of epecific and cateiteriral. , answers 'to
the earnev'AVltat frelour guitig to do about
Are you' in . ; favol of making,inich simple.
.na'of yourselves to answer all qu'estions
hich maybe rO 'unded . to ydu ,through
Ihe pipers 7' .
If .theliSt questi u" is' ansWered ~ in the
IlTliinative;•We to t tit with,:emPlisia 1 ,1 3.6
:,gill tirs . ,q . neStion;AVylal',areyou going q,
'.19111.i0t,. a?"' ' -. 1 , , . ~ .. •
, - : . ~..
TNtS DEVABTATIp I
o 'pa hi latick a
hk'dpnri Tent 'of he, eohonte the' East,
AtoWlitg 'the; dar'in _ l t he' late outrages AWeney•eigh(aitheelt were dentroyied; five hun-
Ared . olkiito*totiF 1 674, forty.two convents
:nnriit, three iundred 'and 'sixty, 'vlllngee and
.seta went e belonging to
Ititroomin" . 4titroyoc; tiiid 11w itrirvitoe, pro'
dtioe;• end I uildltigs, till ruined within 116,80
14111.,, mrp:n. nesdrgitrry, ' •
Qpolun aith eountp,
The undet4igned. on beheY of the Congre•
gnaw: of St. .Patrick i a Church,. return their
sincere thenlte, to the Firemen nitd.
of the borough of Carli3le,"fortheir etlerEs
te'enve the - church on Sunday 'evening, the
7th - feet.' •
X.D.taittbettvgli'lltrti:—lt is neldoin the
case that - we have to chronicle two destree ,
ti;/e fires in the Same paper,•but • such is the
ftict.now, and as there seems to be no eni•
dance that either 'of these tires were the 'result
Qi accident, we are lorce.l to the conclusion
that they were the nets of a half! of incendi-
Who have infested Onr town fbr the
past year . ; rind there is no telling where the
torch may be lighted newt.•
91 Saturday evening last, just before 10
the D'entocratic 'meeting was
being hold in the square, flames were seen
to issue frmn the stable ortlattiiv•GLAss, in
the rear of the First Presbyterian Church.
As the stable was fVame, and the loft full of
hay, the whole' building was enveloped - in
itiates in a few tninutes. Th., vire Corn.
patties were soon On. , fbe ground, but finding
it itnpossr9le to save the stable, they turned
their attyntiod to the st4rounding buildings,
which they succeeded
° in saving without
damage., daage.. A ntintbei of hoises•ivore in
th.t stable,, all of whielyvere got Ana safely. ,
Oxcept two, one of them •belonged' to MR.
GLASS, and the other' to Ma. SANI'I. A ansms ;
they we4tll valuable. The rout of the
brick building adjoining ivas on liro:several
titnes, and fears .wore entertained that the
flames Would extend in thht direction. A
portion of the material in the "Demurral.
office was removed, and a large number of
docuntents in the Wigwam underneath,
was distributed with to see whether
they were Englis or German. The loss
will be about one thonsand dollars. Mtm,
GL'Ass had insured hie stable on the Monday
proceeding in the Lyconfing comp_any, but
no policy had been issued.
+BURNING OF TIM aIIMAN BA.TGOLIOBIRTIRIG.
—On Sunday night about 11 o!elncic; fire
was discovered in the . Catholic. Chapel, on
Pomfret street... The alarm was given, and
those who entered the church found. it con.
fined to the alter and 'pulpit ; most of the
valuables 'on. the altar; tha 'books and some
of the pictures were removed, and the fire
. seerned . to have been subdued with but slight
damage; but, unfortunately, while the fire
`men were engaged in the inside of the Church,-
the fire crept silently outside fytim the mould.
ing Atha window, to the coi ( niee, and from
I there, between the ceilitiAnd the .roof.---
Tice rafters anti jnists be'lig. of heavy yellow,
'pine, burned like pitch,, id the ceilings were
orched 'Wiihin n. few inchs or the-roof, so
that it was impossible to reach , it ellectivly,
Besl&s, there was a scarcity of water, as no
pipes are laid in that part of Pomfret street ; ,
two of the engines only had plugs and the
third had to be supplied with buckets from
the spring. It-was the most stubborn fire
we' have o'er seen and the firemen worked
faithfully but without' effect. Tln? bOdy -of
the Church was comparatively uninjured,until
the burning timbers from the ceiling, falling
on the pews set them on fed; filially -the
cupola sunk into the church, destroying the
organ in its fall, and scarcely Anything re"
mains of the building but a amiss of ruins.—
As to the origin,of the fire, there are conflict•
ing opinions. It certainly did, not take 4 fi re
from tin; stove, as the 'only-one up, was in
the Sacristy, at the South.end of. the church,
And that room is uninjured., Seine suppose
It. might' have caught from the candles on
the altar ; but the service cltised at .1 o'clock
in the Afternoon, and the sexton says they
were carefully extinguished.. ' It seems to be
getierally belierled, that, some evil disposed
person entered the chapel through the Sac•
risty, and after building a fire under the altar
made his escape; although every One is at
a loss to
,know what motive he could I have
in doing so, This Property was not insured,
and its loss will be severely felt by the con
gregation, as they have not tine means within
themselves to replace it; it will howeverafford
a good opporrunity lothe other denominations,
to.exerciseiheir Christian charity, by giving
liberally towards the erection of another; and
we feel assured the appeal will not be made
to them in vain.
At a' very early'periddlin the history of the
town, the Catholics built a smell• leg chapel
on this lot, in hick they worshipped until
about 1807 hen they removed it to give
place to 'edifice which,has just been de.
,stroyed, and during the Aline it wed bailding,
servioes were held in the large stone dwelling
on East street, now occupied by Major JOllll
MCCARTNEY. In 1823, the church was en
larged by the erection d two wings, and the
smallerbuilding which was used as a' Sac•
risty. The organ in use, was built by
JOHN FAUST, who warm resident of this place
for many years, and we 1341ieve a self taught .
Among the spectators at the fire,
there s iced to bet universal expression of
regret, that the efforts to subdue it were in•
effectual; and'we know there were many pres
ent, who .deeply sympathized with the mem •
berm who were contemplating with tearfa r l
eyes, the rums of a church which was asso
ciated with their earliest recollections of
childhood, and the holiest principles of their
v.BAIL ROAD ACCIDENT:---Two of
our citizens. Messrs JOHN HARDER and Woe
pHENOVIETH, last week, took a train of burden
Mars, by the,Laekowanna _rsytd to Nest Pitts
tot;''to-purehase apples, ard were n their
return home, with about three bundrml bush
els: when about twenty miles below Pittston,
the locomotive ran over a cow, which throw
the thus of Mr. HARDER and' Mr. CHENOWETH
' the track, and down an embankment some
ty foot; into the canal CIIENOWETH was
deWii.tho embankment., and Ilanura:s
car went clear over him into the canal, fortu
nate', without touching him; as it was, Cusmo
wrruted one leg broken, and his head very
muck incanted.: Mr. Ilannea escaped with
out Injury, path of the cars were broken,
and the apples fell into . the canal. Mr. Cusx
ctri.rit%was brought home on Monday. and is
CUbMERLAND 'VALLEY RAIL ROAD
Cumemsr.—M. an eleo4 bold on Monday,
inet,,,.•or °Moors and Managers of the
Valley Rail Road goinnany, the
following' persons #Ore'dnly clgson:
President —Frederick Watts. •
IN SYRIA: Paris
'Ay/v. from the dirootorof
Treasurer arid Georetary —E. M. Biddle.
Managers- 7 Witshiagtou Butcher .1. !Wm%
Daniel O. Gohr, Wistar llorris, Thos. A. Scott,
plane of W. B. Politer, Jr„ fleo'tl.)
CARD OF . 'I 4 DA AWN.
: • JOHN FALLER
• - JAMES MADDEN.
Carlisle Oet::12, 1860
. ' mum AGRitutehrtitt AN t."`A lit. Tut . Sian 11 'Elio: LtrEIIARY WSSIMS . F:It.—
Tho'Fair of tho Cumberlntid Cpunty Agri- There is no Magazine that is weltomed to
cultural Society, commenced on Wednesday our.Sancfnm with, more pleasure than:the
morning.' As we passed hastily through the .tifesssitger. ' The Beptember untidier opens .
grounds in the afternoon, we foimd a very with. No. id a series of articles Ily W'. B•
large nuMber orailieles' entered in the, vari• Rees&Jr ..intended to identify.fforace War
Mitt departthends. The list of
,Agriettitural: pole es the author of the Juninsl.Letters.
implements itfespeoially full, and embraces a • Welted supposed long ago,,that,pulilic op.,
great variety etAlowers and Reapers, bitiSil• plinio it Inni.seitled. down in the. belief the..
powers,threihers, corn crustiers. cut ters,drilla, Sir Philip Francis was the author, of Jutittis
plows, rakes, oiettners &c., ;Among the anti- But Mr. Reese in
,his first article, brings in
cles we notice that this county is fully repre
a forinidable array of testimony in favor of .
seated. Mr: P. Ralston presents a new im.,
his theory, which, if he renews up with ad•
provement for boring . rooks, which will, no
ditional prOof, :will: certainly make out' a
&Mbt be valuable as a labor saving Machine.
strong case. The ability •disidayed in the
There Is no department-of mechaniosittwhie
Junius' Letters, and the mystery in which
the inventive genius of our citizens has achiev-
the authorshipis involved , has made Chaired greater , results than Agrioultural Ma . .question," for al
; paternity a "vexed tialmosta'
int notice t
Chines, and nothing has tended to, bring them
century; and any thing new on the subject
tuorathau these State and County • ,
-Fairs. - • Malt beyeattwALavidity.---We-advise-those-
We 'noticed a largo number of-hor who curious on' this subject, to subseribe,
Males, and the contribuliona of othel-stock.. fie' . the IfeBseng, .7., 130 as tosecure the articles
are quite full. The,displey of vegetable ,pre•,. It is published by Macfarlane & Ferguscm,
ducts is very creditable to our farmers and Richmond, Va., and occupies a prominent
..garditners, but is n ot' as full as it might be,
and there is almost an i eittire absence of fruit,
owing to the loss of tlio. crops: The display
of butter, preserves, and other Leasehold pro-,
dilations, is equal to last year, and a number
of fancy articles; evince the taste, skill and in
dustry of the ladies whoitavesentin the sped.
mane. Mr. Ewing, exhibits as usual, a finb
assortment. of Cabinet ware, 'and Mr. David
Jones,. in addition to ivro lounges, has asofa
bedstead of his own , make which is justly re
garded as a most useful and elditint piece of
furniture. Mr.. Conlyn... als9 , maLes a fine
display of jewelry, apt silvelware '; but we
have neither that nor space to 'particularize
and may recur more fully to the subject next
'week. ' •
AN ATTE'mPT AT RIOT.—On Saturday
last, while the Democratic meeting was being
held in . the square, and the streets crowded
with people; one or two of the officers from
the Barracks, were arrested / by/40e Polis.ll)f
-floors, for galloping their horses through the
street, in violation of the borough law. The
officers promptly offered to pay the fine. but
slime of the recruits who were in town, un•
wisely attempted to interfere with the police
officers, in the discharge of their dutj. Ow
ing to the crovid, and excitement, some diffi
culty,arose, and one o f t' the soldiers who was
mounted, while endeavoring to get his horse
' out of theicrowd, which pressed on hint from
all aides, was struck by a stone; and dragged
to the ground, the constables inunediatelyti'r
. rested him, not committ him, but to pro
' test him from. further injury . ; and this-fact
-gave rise to the 'report that he had been put
to jail. In the evening therefore, some forty
rearuits. assembled at the jail,•someof them
• armed with clubs, and demanded his release.
A largaundier of citizens were 'drawn to the
spot who were summoned by the Sheriff, to
di-perse the soldiers. this wits promptly
done, and in a short time - nice of them were
to be seen in town, except the police Iron; the
Post, sent in to take up those absent without
leave ‘s'engree - with the sentiments of .he
editor-of the rulunteer, who in his emuments
01 this attempted rescue says: . .
. Should - any of their number ever commit .a
breach of the peace, however, and.be sent to
prison, all the soldiers at -the Garrison will
not be able to take him — outs and we - advise
them not to make the attempt. We have no
unkind feplings for the soldiers, but, we tell
them in till kindness, that when they visit
town they must behavethemielves. ”A word
to the wise," .Co.
SUDDEN DEATH.—La4.Week Mr. ED=
WARD LAMONT, of Mechanio'sburg, visited Car
lisle and 'spent several days here, with his
relatiye Col. Wm. Mondy. Sunday morn
ing he complained at the v rcakfast table of
being unwell, and was advised to go to bed
for a while, when he would probably be bet
ter ;,he did so. and a abort time afterwards
his wife went up to ace if he required any•
thing, when bhe found. him a corpse. Ills
remains wee taken to Mechanicsburg, and
hit .rred . on Monday.
DEATH OF JUDOS =The
lion SAMUEL: WOODBUItiI, one of the Adsoci
ate Judges of this county, died on Sunday
,morning lust, aged about .70 years. Judge
Woodburn, in his day, was one of the iiii34t
influential and active politicians, in this
county and justly retained the confidence ut
his party. Ile hail served as art Aailei.ile
Judge since It3Sl. He wcs a man bi
temperament, decided in his opinions, and di
strict integrity. . .
RESOLUTION OF RESPECT
At n inoßillig of tho members of the Bar railed hi the
Court 11 1114, on Monday lith IretUlior IhBo by reason of
thu loath of 11 on SAII%. Woonnutin; on motion of 11. u.
Frodk. Watts, Llou. Jas. li. 'Graham NW gilled to p re
sldo, and A. B. Sharps Esq., was elected Secretary;
whoioupon the following resokutions °Bored by Judge
Watts woru unanimously stefted.
Resolved. That In the death of lion. Sam'l Woodburn
the counnuttitr has lost one of its most prominent 'cili
ation, whose energy and enterprise marked an upright
and useful man, whoa', uniform kindness and charity
will al ways lire in the recollection of those artmod him.
Resolved, That as members of the Court we have no
caste. to regret his death, inasmuch us in his long ju•
dicta) truer, no one incident has ever occurred to cart
a shadow upon hls Integrity or to mar that kintlue..s of
feeling which ellould al way, exist between the )tar nod
the Ilenrh In their comm to purpose of .olielting truth
to promote Justice.
Reim. sod. That as a mark of respect we will 'attend
hU funeral ilea Wily.
Resolv'••d, Thar these resolution. be rommuniotted
to the turnthers of his famby and be published in the
papers of lhn county.
. Resolved. Tha: Ilfe•Court.be requested to order these
proceedings to ho entered upon the record.
TRIBUTE Or' RESPECT,
U: P..neil Dlc , kluson College:
At • stated cleating of the Union Philosophlicil So
cloth October, 10, 16130. the following resolutions wer •
- Adootet. • •
Whereas, Intelligence has reached us of the death or
one of our brother Unions, as a feeble but willing t rib
ute, of respect to his memory.
Reeolved, That we wear the usual badge ofmourning
for thirty days.
Resolved, That our Hall and Library be draped iu
mourning for the same period.
Resolved, That we tender our heartfelt sympathies
to his bereave , family and friends and deeply regret
that one so young should thus early fall a nutlet to the
ruthless hand of the grim destroyer Death. -1
• Retool vod, That these resnlutio"e be Published in the
Carl sle Herald, MI ford News and Antyrua Times and
copies of the same be sent to his relatives.
W. F., ANRGODWIN,
• W Committee.
• • T. N. W1.14,f All 4.
• ,A ur Zoot; euOle.
Ater We Ask the indulgence of our literary
exchanges for late notices; the press on'our
columns, previous to the election . has been
the cauao of it. • -
New Music from Oliver Ditson & Co., 277_
Washington St. Boston. 1,.
"Arlington Waltz," for Pi;knell bora; and
dedicatei to Wm.. H. Elder Esq. Rather
pleasing, abounding in Chromatic passages.
" Thrush Polka," by Henry Eik.oeier. Light
"The Vicar of Bray," from a collodion of
Old English songs and Ballads, arranged by
CI A. Maofarren. A quaint Old ballad, in
simple and expressive style.
"Where's the Harm of Reaming,'" (song)
music by Rophino Viey. , A Scotch ballad of
'Rolling Home," Song and QOartetter, words,
by Chas. Mackay. misie by IL N. Hall. - A
New .Rnglsn4 Seng,deserlptivetn its iyhareclter.
'position innong the magazine literature of
the day. Thu editor.is Dr. G. W. 13ngby.
GODEirte LADY Hoox. , .—We have just receli"-
ed the number for October, ,with its illustra
tions "and embellishments as -beautiful, its
literary. articles of• the same' high'order of
eicellenße; and the housekeepers department
as instructive Re any of the preceding num
' bers. There is certainly no Magazine In thin
country that conies up to the reqUirements or
the Ladies to the. same degroci that Qodey
does. No lady who wishes \ to be posted in the
fashions, literature., and domestio eoonomy,.
shßtild be without.Oodey. The magazine can
be had at Piper's. • - •
COSMOPOLITAN' ART Joionnsr,;—This Quar
terly foraSept ember has. been received. em
bellished with a very fine engraving r OfJuliet,
from the Balcony scene in Romeo and Juliet
which reflects great credit on the artist'T.
' A payment of three dollars to the •dosmo
Politan Att Association will .entitle the sub
ecribelto a certificate of membership, ft copy
of thei •superb annual engraving of Falstaff
'mustering his recruits;" 4 copy, one year, of
the Art Journal, and four admissions to' the -
'Gallery of Art,_s4B-13roadway New York.
KNICKERBOCKER. —For October, is on our
t ,ble When we say that. the contents, from
the first article to the end of the Editor's Gos
sip, are marked by the same excellence and
taste that have so long made the Knickerbocker
syrcittliyanioug Magazines, Our readers know
exactly what they may expect in the perusal
of it, and we advise them nt once to go to
Capt. Piper's and procure a copy, or Send to
New Tork;-.and subscribe fur a year: They
will never regret it; •
LADIKS . REPOSTTORY.—..We have received
the ()ember numberof this popular Magazine.
The many expr,i'ssions of favor which the -
RepOsitory has- received from—all parts of
the' country, indicate
.its high_ position among
our rriedical literature, and ought to be
a sufficient guaratitee to those who may wish
to subscribe for. it. This number is einbel;
fished with a very fine engraving of. "
Rescue " by JoneS, and a portrait of genator'
Harlan, by Buttrie. • : ,
WORTHY OP ATTENTION.—In to day's paper will
be found the ad vortliieutent or LINESEY'S -IMPROVED
BLOOD SEARCHER, a medicine which hair risen" more
rapidly In public favor than any ever Invehted or die
covered, and which i as offect . §d more permanent cures
of desperate C.ea than any remedial agent ever brought
before the public. Every person afflicted should apply
to one of the Agents for a circular and give the medi
cine a trial. If It does not cure or afford relief, thump
ney In all came will be refunded,
Thermos! In4PEPSIA! I DiiPM3l4 111 What Is it
How Cured? Dyspopsia is our National Disease—weak
stomach. feeble digestion, distress after eating. costive
habit, billions co idition.. How many suffer with Rand
its attendant symptoms of low spirits, bud taste, coated
tongue, ohditpilled head, and attacks of headache!
Yet how few know how to rare fienentliy, because
the bowels aro constipated, resort is had to cathartic or
laxatives. But such a condition waa never celled by
cathartics. whose only office is to weaken the digestion,
and Impair tio Integrity of the entire auintilative eye•
But lIIINIBIIREYS' 11.0MEOPATIIIC DYSBEBSTA
Pi I,lett—ts simple medicated sugarpill—have cured hun
dreds of the worst and most obstinate rases. This Is
done simply' by improving the tope, and restoring the
integrity of the digestive organs, from • Which result,
good.appet Ito. regular habits, a clear head, and buoyant
spirits. Such a media ne le a gem, sad only requires
to he known to Ira appreilated.
N. B —A full set of Humphreys' ifomenpatitlc Speci
fics, with Hook of Directions.- and twenty different
Remedies In large vials. morrocco case, $5; ditto In
plain use. st;- rase of fifteen boxes, and Book. $2. Si n•
girt boxes, 25 cents and 50 rents.
These Remedies, by the single box or case, are sent
by mall or express, tree of char go, to any addrless, on re
ceipt of the,price. Atitiret,a •
Dr. P. 111351PIIREYS h Co. •
No. 552 Drattlway, New York.
Sold by C. I nhoff, - Cori isle.
TO CONRU 31 PTIVES.—The adver
tisor, having been restored to ligalth In a few
weeks by a very simple remedy. alter haling suffered
several ye Ira with It severe lung affection. and that
dread disease Consumption—is anxious to make known
to his fellow sufferers the Walls of cure.
'To alt wino desire it, lot will 'i r smd copy of the pre
toription tiled (I'rv•e of alert:a.) with I dlrectloos for
relining and sting the same, which they .will find 11
surd Cure for COllRUlllpthin, Asthma, lironettitis, Ste."
'rite only otJoct of the advertiser js sending the Pre.
set iptloll to to benefit the afflicted. and spread !Worms
41oli,whIch he c. ncluvon lit he invaluable, and he hopes
oyery suffer/ r will try Ids remedy. Its It will cost them
nothing. and stay peoiu a Waging. Parries wishing
the proscription will pleaso - ,odaroMs
Its,. WILLIAM A. WILSON
King, County, tiott.,York.
Oa . . 5, 1860.-.ly
Persons afilicbsi with the Fever and-Agnewhould-not
spare either time. troubla or Impanel, to,:vcrure lilt
111 13T r II WS CPA, Egg AT RD UITT.CItS, whowe boned.
dent effects span the syslem has been: oloarti 'proved
to those who have boon stricken down in'a stioitspare
of time by this dreadful ruts°, whose , cheeks are wan
nod in eamkt a tale/hose nights are slerple4 and restless,
noel whose eyes are dim and sunken, with death staring
tissue in the free. this compound roust wee a blessing
o etching thorn on it were. from the mouth of the grain .
None ran know its true value until t ey have tested it
When all others hat's felled, these Ili have restored
the sufferers to pristine health. popularity In
all the Western and Southern parts ; - bald introduce
them to ell
Fold by drunights nod dealers generally. overyObere
AN- Sea advortinement in anotberoolomu. . .
On the 4th lug., by Ser. J. Strang. Mr, JOIIN UEP.
FELVI NO EIL of Mifflin, to MIAs SUSAN ALEXANDER
On the 'lth Inet., by the Rev. A. if. 'Kremer, Mr.
BAV I, MoNESMITII, to Mies JANE. .11. BAKER
both of Carlisle.
pn Thunelny the 11th Ind.' by A. L. Bpnneler
Mr. lON All Ult SAlvrii. to Mies ItEPIKOCA MART.both
of South Middleton twp.
' ' •:v--Peat4S ' • . • •
In Frookford township, on the Ard inst,Mlss 8118 AN
,liipliDElL, In the 20th ceer other ago.: .
CARLISLE PRODUCE MARKET.
Repwrted weekly for the lierSld by
' l-- •,- yoplivittd dc Schmidt.
FLOUR (SupotlniAl•. - , •
do. (Extra.) •I '.t
r AFeddly, t )
RIM v U R in 4,
WRITE Wil • ' .
RYE ' • •
OATS. per 32 lb.
OATS per 30 lb . • .
RIMINI] BARLEY '
WINTER BARLEY. ... : .
FSTRAS.—Came to the' reAtfotieti of
thp'subseriber, in South' Middleton' township, oar
On Bth dal of September,
rr ;'• ,
A 8 ftO. T,T VE, Fl
The owner Is, hereby notified to .00010 forwa "110
rd, b e
Viirt r : Y air.triV au ditiltt' r
:P l 4 l*,
F .... 1 15,
• 2 St_