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FRIDAY, MARCH 32. 1866.
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Gen. JOHN W. GEARY,
OF CUMBERLAND COUNTY.
It would afford some of our Democratic
contemporaries some suprise if not instuction
were they to turn to their tiles of about one
year ago. Then they were hurling at the pres
ent head of the nation all the abuse their well
practiced prains had the power to produce.
The slanders of the campaign had mainly
been directed against President LINCOLN
but they saw that he was invulnerable ever
by their fiercest attacks. Twico had the
loyal men of the nation triumphantly Chosen
him as their ruler and the slander of one
who held so high a place in the peoples af
fections only recoiled on those who Were
wicked enough to invent it. There must be
some one however on whom their abuse
could be lavished unsparingly. They had
denounced the Union party unceasingly;
they had slandered its chief without any
cessation but this was not enough. The
Vice President elect, ANDREW J o n>fsos had
once been of their number and was driven
from them by the treason that every where
infested the Democratic Party. Because ho
had .honesty enough of purpose to speak
boldly and fearlessly of treason he was an
object of hatred and dread to the Democratic
leaders.- From his inaguration as Vice Presi
dent to the time of Mr. LINCOLN • s death
they - ceased not to pour upon him slanders
and abuse such as no other public man has
ever endured. We regret that we have not
access to all our exchanges of about a' year
ago. We could fill a page easily with
specimens of abuse that were about as ill
considered as their present fulsome flattery.
The following extract from the N. Y. World
March 7, 1865 was copied approvingly by
every Democratic journal that come to our
notice. What a beautiful specimen it is;
" The arm , Ice a and beastly (Jul ig ul a, the
most profligate of the Roman Emperors,
raised his horse to the dignity of consul, an
office that in former times had been filled
by the greatest w rriors and statesmen of
the Republic, the Scipios and Caws, and by
the mighty Julius himself. The consulship
was scarcely more disgraced by that scan
dalous transaction thus i,, our Vice-Presi
dency by the late election of Andrew John
son. That office had been adorned in better
days by the talents and accomplishments of
Adams and Jefferson, Clinton and Gerry,
Calhoun and Van Buren: andnow to see it
filled by this insolnt, drunken, brute, in
comparison wish whom even Caligula's horse
was respectable, for the poor animal did not
abuse his own ,nature; and to think that
only one frail life stands betvteen this inso
lent clownish drunkard and the Presidency,
may Gud ,s and spare Abraham Lincoln. -
A 4 we hate just said this elegant eompli-
merit to "our noble, wise and patriotic chic
-- Alagistrate" was copied in evy t y Democratic
paper in the land. *f'ibw,,,ctintented them
anlinc with merely reJd 110111 i• but many of
them made comments on the Vice President
which were intended II cast the metropoli
tan blackguard entirely into the shade.—
That Andrew Johnson had been drunk on
the day of his inauguration was cluirged,
repeated and reiterated in every possible
style of statement. There was no palliation
for this—!:o extenuation—no regarding it as
n misfortune. We were told that, it was but
the exhibition of his own natural propensit
ies. The new Vice President was held up
to the world as en insolent clownish drunk
ard, and because of his utter unfitness for
his position it wile said that the Senate
should not allow him to preside over it.
But what wonderful changes in sentiment
the events of one short year works. ABRAII A M
L/SQULN was stricken down by the hand of
an assassin and this insolent clownish brute,
in comparison with whom Caligula's horse
was respectable' became President. Thin
elevation gave the leaders of the expiring
Democracy a faint glimmer of hope. Mr.
J onssoN had once denounced Massachusetts
and South Carolina in the same breath and
it was thought that by judicious manage
ment he might be brought back to the Dem
ocratic Md. Immediately the most sterling
qualities and most profound statesmanship,
I: our new ruler began to manifest themsel
, to the eyes of Copperheads. 'l'hose who
pi dyed that ''God might bless and spare
Airraham Lincoln" in order that our coun
try might not be disgraced by a ruler worse
than Caligula's horse, soon began to bless
the Providence that had taken the rule from,
the hands of fanatics and turned it over to
conservatism. All his speeches were eagerly
reported and approved. Correspondents of
Democratic newspapers tried with each
other. in passing the courtesy, the noble aig
pity. the plain simplicity and the unspotted
morality of the New President. In firm
ness, deoision t energy and honesty he was
at Masi equal to Andrew Jackson in all other
respects he was, infinitely better than any
former ruler of the republic. To what ex
tent this silly laudation will yet be carried
we • now not but of this we feel assured, that
the President can end,it whenever he finds
it burdensome. As long as he makes speeches
denouncing abolitionists it will continue,
but let him once more give utterance to the
sent:33l3as that elevated him to his present
position, let him denounce traitors and in
sist on their punishment—let himlguy with
GEN. GRANT that the copperhead papers of
the North are doing more injury than the
rob& sheets of the South and threaten their
suppression and we will assure him that those
who arc now loudest in their praises will
will bunt up a meaner horse than that of the
Romer, Emperor with whom they will com
pare the President in terms which will be
flattering to the horse at least:
ing the class of men who nominated Gen
Geary, and thus queries :
Vila( class of men composed the Geary
disunion State Convention that assembled at
Harrisburg, on the 7th inst? Who are they
who say in their resolutions that they
" poured out millions of I .treasure, and de
voted yet more precious blood for the rescue
of their country ?" Who are they who dare
denounce the President of the 'United States
and Senator COWAN of Pennsylvania, and
request them to resign ? Who are they who
onlogiie the-petty tyrant, STANTON? Who
are they Who_endorse the iron-clad test-oath,
and with brrinzed Impudence 'encourage re
sirittnce to the Presidlint's efforts to restore
peace; harmony' and loyalty in all the
States Who'are they, we say?
There is n li9le mistake in this. The
not say in their reaolution
if that they ponied out Millions of treasure"
4160 o gated above. - The Monition flAyg,
"That this Convention representing the Union
loving and loyal people of Pen nsylvania 'who
poured out millions of treasure and devoted
yet more precious blood &c. Quito a num
ber of witty articles WlNO:leen written by the
opposite party about a convention " pouring
out millions of treasure and devoting yet
more precious blond for the rescue of the
country." Wo would like well enough to
have the reputation of being witty, but wo
don't choose to be smart by putting words
into print that were never uttered by any
one. Do our neighbors read sentences by
halves are they so essentially dishonest that
they can't act fairly ? Having corrected this
error, we ivill try to ig.form our friends of
what the Convention was and also of what
it was not composed.
It was not composed of the men who ro
viled and denounced ANDREW. JOHNSON as
a boorish tailor, a traitor to the Constitution,
and a tyrant, and 'shut the doors of the State
Capitol in his face just because he denounced
treason and traitors. It was not composed
of the men who voted against an appropri
ation to place the State on a war footing in
186 l while rebels were arming to destroy the
Government. It was not composed of men
who taught the people that in the event of
the secession of the Southern States they
should be allowed to secede and that Penn
sylvania should follow them. It was not
composed of men who refused our gallant
soldiers while in the field, the right of suf
frage. It was not composed of those who ad
vocated or sanctioned resistance to conserip-
tion. It was not composed of men who
in the hour of the greatest danger to the
Ropuhlir discouraged men from entering the
service by prating about the iniposibility of
conquering tho Sout . and lying as to the ob
jects of the wilt': who did their utmost to
destroy our credit by magnifying our debts,
ridiculing the National currency and pre
dicting inevitable bankruptcy as a conse
quence of the war being continued. In
short its delegates were not that class of men
who during the last five years have imposed
on the Nation the burden of their own pro-
tection while their /Sympathies and efforts
were with the traitors. Full six score of
such men Met in Convention two days pre
vious and nominated HEISTER CLYMER.
The men who composed the Convention
were those who stood by the Country in
every emergency. When our armies were
defeated and driven back and rebel foes in
vaded the north they still clung to the Na
tional cause, and by their influence and ex
amide inspired the people with a deteimina
tion to continue the struggle until the au
or tho Govornrucut ,liould bd mat
cated. Many of its members had served
with distinction in responsible positions to
which they had been repeatedly chosen ; and
had received honors from both the great po
litical p a rties. Among the delegates were
some who lied served their country gallantly
in the field and who had followed the nom
, inCPS of the Convention through many hard
fought and victorious campaigns; and of thus,
who were not soldiers all had borne their
part in ,resisting the sympathizers with re
bellion at home. But for the efforts of the
men who composed the Convention and those
who followed in their lead, the State of Penh:
sylvania would have been controlled by those
who opposed the war for the Union and her
loyal sisters would have been deprived of her
aid in opposing the rebellion. Next to the
soldiers who fought our battles in the field,
none deserve the gratitude of the people to
a greater extent than the leaders of Union
party in the State, most of whom were pres
ent in the Convention. It was a high com
pliment to GEN. GEARY to receive a nomi
nation at the hands of such men, second only
to that which he will receive directly from
the people next October.
The President's New Friends
Those who claim for the President special
credit on account of his veto message and
speech will probably find themselves in com
pany, they care but little about keeping if
they examine the utterances of those who
have been for the last four years fighting to
destroy the Government. Here is a rebel
opinion of the President's veto, from the
No/yak ( Va.), Post.
"tiiiice the morning of July 22, 1851,
when news of the great Southern victory
achieved by 'Beauregard over McDowell,
and the awful rout of the Federal Army
on the plains of Manassas, was borne through
the South on the wings of the wind a- it
were, carrying joy and jubilation into every
loyal Southern household and gladdening
every true Southern heart, there has been
no news received with so much rejoicing by
the people of the South as that informing
them that the President had vetoed the
Freedmen's Bureau bill: This is the great
est victory they have achieved during the
war—greater that any feats of arms of
Stonewall Jackson, or of Robert E. Lee,
and has given them more pleasure than had
Gen. Lee been elected Governor of Virginia.
They have found an ally in President John
son worth more to them than the alliance of
France or England, and they now rejoice to
see, even as they saw foreshadowed at Ma
nassas, the final triumph of the great South
ern cause. The Republicans have been ig
nominiously defeated and driven from the
field, and nothing can save them from total
annihilation. All that, is necessary' for the
South to do is to continue to hold up the
President's hands and wage an unceasing
and bitter war against the Republican Con
gress. The stone which the builders reject
ed has become the head of the corner, and
Andrew Johnson is now enshrined in every
loyal Southern heart. They will except no
terms from the Radicals. They ask for none
and expect none. The fanatics may roar
and hiss, but their claws are cut, and their
fangs are4jclisonless. The watchword must
hencforth be, • Johnson and Victory I' and
although the odds are as four to ono against
them, did they not carry on a four years of
6:pen, war in the field successfully,, against
'still greater odds? A. lig for your Republi
can Congress ! We have President with
absolute powers, who can carry on Govern
ment good enough for this section without
the assistance of Congress."
Here we find that the veto of the freed
man's bill is rejoiced over by the men who
shouted for joy when they received the news
of the victory at Bull Run and who claim
it a greater triumph for them than were any
of the achievements of Leo and Jackson.
In their exultation they boldly declare that
they will ACCEPT NO TERM§ FROM TILE
RADICALS." Hero we have these men who
have murdered the soldiers of the Union by
thousands and who have as little regard for the
Federal Government now, as they had when
in arms against it, boldly claiming the Presi-
- trenai - t --- it ear leader and promising them
selves an easy victory over those who have
stood up for the'Couiatry in its hour of dan
ger and peril. Let the people judge whether
these new Southern triumphs will benefit the
Country more than thos'o of Jackson and
s.informatiotrems - c7ern-
But impudent as this Southern bravado
is, we must give the palm of disloyalty to
their allies in the North: The Southern
rebels have had a taste of subjugation while
resisting Abe laws and overturning the
governmnt but _their friends ‘p, hero have
not; consequently they aro bolder. Hear
some of them on the situation. The Chicago
" We do Trot hesitate to declare that it is
the solemn duty or the President to follow
his words by deeds. We.do,not hesitate to
deolare.that it is the ,solemn,,duty • of the
President to command tho arrest" of Thug-
deus Stevens, Wendell Phillips, Charles
Sumner, and their Confederates.in Congress
and all over the country, for the crimp of
treason. In no other way can this North
ern rebellion be promptly quelled, and the
public quiet •restored.
And if the rump Congress shall, not
speedily abandoh its seditious, revolutionary,
and lawless practices—if it shall persist in
excluding the representatives of eleven
States from their rightful scats, and exer
cising the_ powers of the Congress of the
United States--we do not hesitate to declare
that it will become the solemn duty of Presi
dent Johnson to constitute himself the
Cromwell of the time, and dissolve the
rump by military power."
This may be in accordance with the pro
visions of the Constitution about whioh our
Democracy have boon prating so much lately
.ut we confess we dont remember the arti
cle and section containing it. We presume
that such a provision will be incorporated
when our Democratic friends. come into
Tho Volunteer appears also to sanction this
rather novel way of getting rid of tho law
making power when it says :
We have never, in our long editorial ca
reer, advocated or countenanced brute force,
but we say now in all sincerity that should
the President imitate the conduct of ('ROM
WELL with the Long Parliament, th?,people
would rally around and sustain himl4
We doubt exceedingly, judging by the re
sult of the New Hampshire election whether
the people would rally around the President
in such an undertaking. The Democratic
leaders would doubtless, just as they would
have rallied around Jefferson Davis any
time during the last live years, had ho dis
persed the Federal Congress. The partizans
of the Democracy and the people, are very
diflilrent organizations just now and will re
main so for some years yet to come. Some
other way of getting rid of the republican
legislation must be devised.
The new friends of Ma. .1 oHNsozi have a
style of action that would require some
stretch of conscience to call honest or patri
otic. When as military Governor of Ten
nessee he was going beyond the express limits
of the Constitution to prevent traitors from
overthrowing the government, lie was de
nounced by the Democracy as a tyrant and
u usurper, and sir Pennsylvania ('ops, with
Clymer at their head refused to allow him
to Teak in the State Capitol because of his
tyranny and usurpations. Rut now merely
because Congress does not, see tit to admit
traitors to places of tru-t and power as =t)011
as they demand it, this snme party urge
the President to nn act of usurpation such
as no Monarch of England except Ci omwell,
ever attempted. What is the real explana
t.• tiui ludar.r. uliallgo ctiao: ~n
question of arbitrary power? Nothing less
than their love of treason and traitors. \V hen
arbitrary power was used tAo overthrow
traitors they denounced it, now they ask that
it shall he used to restore traitors to power,
G RN. GRANT spoke wisely, when he de
nounced the Copperhead papers of the North
us more injurious than the rebel sheets of t he
The President of the United StatesElße
pudiates the Nomination of Mester
Clymer, as an Insult to the Loyal Men of
The convention which nominated lliestcr
Clymer passed a series of resolution pr, ! fess,
ing attachment to the policy and position of
the president of the United States. These
resolutions were confided to a sub-commicte,
with instructions that they be presented to
Andrew Johnson, with such other assurances
of support from "the great Democratic party
of l'ennsylvsnia" as might suggest them
selves to lhe members of the committee
wh. n they reached the presence of the Proqi
dent. A few days since, the committee
visited Washington to discharge its delegated
duty, and after hovering about the doors of
the White !louse for a considerable time,
were admitted to an audience with the
President. The spokesman of the committee
was not slow in announcing his business.
The resolutions of the copperheads of Penn
sylvania, the men who solignt to drive
Andrew Johnson front the Capital thereof,
were presented, with a bombastic harangue
declaratory of the joy "with which the De
mocracy of the keystone State hailed An
drew Johnson's accession to the ('residency,"
nod of the firm purpose of the same men to
sustain him in power. The president, after
coolly regarding his auditors for a few
minutes, responded disparingly. lle re-
marked that there was surely some mistake
about the professioh of the Democracy of
Pennsylrania, and that in toe present atti
tude of that party, there was no hold on
which his administration could rest is ith
security. lon hare nominated a Mall who
refused me a hearing in defence of the country!
(where either the words, or the meaning of
the President's language). Go nouit AND
WITHDRAW YOUR CANDIDATE. Only a day
since, the Patriot and Union said that "to
denounce Clytiar is egualio a declaration of
war on time President." ItOw will that sheet
reconcile the President's denunciation of
Clymer? Would it have us believe that the
President is warring on himself? Thus the
utter confusion of exposure follows closely
on all the falsehoods of the old enemies of
the Government. The Patriot and Union,
hoping to make a good effect for a bad can
didate, attempted to intimidate the loyal
men of the State from showing up Clymer's
true character, by alleging that such a show
ing would be tantamount to warring on the
President IThe Patriot's falsehood has
scarcely cooled, before the President insists
that if the Democracy of Pennsylvania want
to make good their professions of attach %
ment to his administration, they must with
draw-Clymer and nominate a loyal - man; by
which Andrew:Johnson evidently meant that
they innsi unite in the support rif the patriot
and the soldier, Maj. Gen. John W. Geary.—
WAIL DEBTS 01 , THE STATES.—In a report
submitted to Congress Pennsylvania is set
down as having a war debt of $53,000,000.
The only war debt contracted by this state
was the $3,000,000 war loan, and that is in
course of extinction. Philadelphia bor
rowed a few millions to pay bounties: but
the people of the state generally raised from
among themselves, by taxation, the money
necessary for,that purpose: so that although
the sum of $53,000,00fi.,was undoubtedly
spentin - ralsififiAops to fill the quotas of
the state, it is not in arty. serts_e_d_debt— The.
State is in a bettor financial condition, to
day, than befot:e the war, with less debt
and better means for paying rapidly what
she owes,and that too, without resorting
to direct taxation. • .
PI 4 ATFORM.-000 • perfume,
pure, refreshing and imperishable, and that
perfume, Phalon's "Night-Blooming Car
ous." This is the platform of Fashion on
this gido of the Atlantic, and' all the people
say, amen I Sold everywhere.
,-The total number of children between
the ages of stx and twenty-ono years, enu
merated fur school purposes in Indiana is—
males, 283,883 ; females, 268,441 ; total, 622,-
244. The amount Collected for school pur
podes during , 00 pat year wad $998,742.77,
of whibh &re boort oN)cmdod . the sum
of $993,26418. '
—Governor Brownlow, of Tennessee, has
received a despatch from Mississippi, telling
'him "to beware of assassination."
—The Republicans carried Camden, N. J.,
at the election on Tuesday last by 250 ma-
—A deficit of $39,000 has just been dis
covered in the accounts of the County Treas
urer at Chillicothe, Ohio. That official ex
plains by saying that the money was stolen
from his safe.
—At Marion, Ky., recently, the punish
ment of a boy in school gave rise to a fight,
in which GO pupils took part for and og..onst
the teacher. Ono pupil was shot, and the
teacher was severely stabbed.
—The Old Hunkers of New York have
raised $lBO.OOO to tempt Henry Ward Beech
er to leave Brooklyn and preach Conserva
tism to them. That is what comes of his
keeping had company.
—An old German in New York lately got
a thousand dollars for leaving, three months
before the expiration of his lease,. a 'louse
which lie only paid eight Inindred dollars a
—Ex-Governor Brown, of Georgia, ad-
vises that the freedmen of that State should
be granted all civil rights except that of
suffrage, and that there should be no special
statues for them.
—Three thieves, who undertook to plun
der a drug store in Charleston the other
night, very naturally mistook corrosive sub
limate or some other poison for wisky, and
were all found dead on the floor the next
-1-coos j -1,,,,,in ;0 tbe only moue, thus far,
which has actually 'assumed that care of the
children of her dead soldiers, and 2000 of
these are now in school in the State. The
cost per pupil is about $l5O per annum, ex
clusive or clothing.
—The Penian panic in Canada continues.
It N said that a run on the banks of gold
La begun. The government has called out
ten thousand militia through fear of an Irish
invasion from the I "nited States.
c.onkx beta box of cigars with
a brother Congres,men that the President
would approve the Freedmen's bill. Ile
10-t, and sent the box to the Congressman,
" From a of misplaced con
New York Tribune is of the opin
ion that the party that held a state Conven
tion in Penn , ylvania when Leo was on tho
soil of the state, "and didn't cull im the
pr Th la t.. rally to defeat and expel him, isn't
going to win."
Con's ,p4,ll,lc•nk r ~f the Carhble Herald
WASH' stiroN D. C. March 19. 18GG
The Civil •Rights bill has passed the Senate
and II otHe of Representatives and now await
the approval the President previous to its
becoming a law. This bill declares the citi
zenship at' all persons burs. in the United
Status without regard to race or color, ex
cluding Indians not taxed. who are not sub- '
jeers of any foreign power, and provides for
their rights to make and enforce contracts,
to sue and be sued &c., and equal benefit of
all legislation and proceedings for the secu
rity of person and property as are enjoyed
by white citizens. It furthur provides for
the enforcement of the laws ever}-whore by
the judicial and military authorities of the
United States, wherein the civil rights of
the colored Mall :UT involved.
E 51,06111 attention has been attracted to
the resolutions of Senator Sr EwAltT of Ne
vada, proposing universal amnesty and uni
versal suffrage, and their introduction was
followed by a marked sensation in the Sen
ate. The preamble sets forth the necessity
of all just and constitutional means to quie'.
the popular excitement, to obliterate the
hostile feeling growing out of the late war,
and to remove unrr.isonable prejudice ; and
further•, that by reason of the improbability
of Senators and Representatives in Congress
from States recently in Rebellion, being
permitted to take their seats until they have
complied with •certain fundamental condi
tions, and to the end that harmony and
good feeling may be re-established, which
can only be done by those States resuming
their ancient relations to the ) government, it !
is proposed that they shall be recognized as
having fully resumed such relations when
ever the following requirements are complied
with : First the doing away with ail exist
ing distinctions as to civil rights and dis. -
bilities on Acrount of race 'or color or pre
vious condition of servitude. Second, repu
diating all pecuniary indebtedness which
said States may have heretofore contracted,
incurred, or assumed in connection with the
late unnatund and treasonable war. Third,
to yield all claims to compensation because
of the liberation of their slaves. Fourth. to
provide fur the extension of the elective
franchise to rtll persons upon the same con
ditions without discrimination. The
resolutions go on to declare that after the
said requirement shall have been fulfilled
and ratified by the present voting population
of the States alluded to, a general amnesty
shall be proclaimed in regard to all persons
who were in any way connected with armed
opposition to the government, wholy exon
erating them front the pains and penalties
.o which they may have become liable.—
That upon the adoption of the same Con-
grass does not intend to assert a coe reive
power in regard to the regulation of the
right of suffrage in the different States, but
only to make a respectful and earnest appeal
to their good sense and love of country,
with a view to obviate the many serious
evils now threatened, and to secure the
peaceful happiness and glory of the whole
It is believed that bore is a solution to the
problem that has been taxing the minds of
the people, relative to a satisfactory restora
tion of the Union. The conditions imposed
are only such as have been made inevitable
by the treasonable conduct of the Southern
masses in rebellion against the government.
Sooner or later they will have to coins to it;
the loyal element of the country demands
some return for all the unl.appiness and
danger the rebellion loss brought about, and
as christian hearts are over willing to tem
per justice with mercy, we can think of
nothing that Would more -heartily meet the.
peoples approval than Universal Amnesty
and Universal suffrage.
The Loan bill was defeated in the House
on last Friday owing it is presumed, to
the CMCltie between the Secretary of the
Treasury and Mr. CLARKE, Comptroller of
the currency. Quito a sharp correspondence
has recently been going on betwegi these of
ficials, the latter taking grounds Itgainst the
accuracy of Mr. McCum.ocu's monthly ex
hibits as to funds in the Treasry. A sub
committee in Congress was appointed to in
vestigate the facts when the Secretary was
sustained, his figures being found to be en
tirely correct. But the controversy wise not
without its results, and as remarked, the
defeat of the bill in question is attributable
in a great degree to this misunderstanding,
After the final vote on Friday night, Mr.
and it is quite certain that to day, the' bill
with some slight modifications, will pass the
House by a olear. majority. E.
epoclal Corrospondonci*of tho Carlisle Itorahl
HAURIESIITIRG March 22(1.18.60,
The new Phila. and Erie R. R. bill (al
lowing the construction of bran Ches) passed
the House on Tuesday evening, after a pro
tracted discussion, without, the Section ob
jected to by the Governor': The Atlantic
and Great Western.is thus again blocked.
The Governor will doubtless sign the ne'w
bill. The Atlantic .and Greta:, Western be
lieves in Nit Desperandum.. They have
succeeded in securing the influence of the,
Phila. North American. newspaper, some
live or six thousand copies of which they
are distributing gratis throughcalt the State,
they place one copy daily on each. member's
desk free. Their' purpose is to agitate the
'question. in advance of the' fall. election, by
which tirdo•th4 hope eo to have excited the
people on the subject as to change the mate
rial in the next 'legislature.
All the local legislation to which I referred
in my, last letter has gassed the House. .
The Senate Committee on - Pensions and
Gratuities hare amended the House bill,
embracing a general act for the benefit,of
Soldiers of the war of 1812 and their widOws
As amended,. the bill provides that proof
being. presented in the affi-..avit of one com
petent witness that the applicant served at
lesst two months in the service of the United
States in said war, or was wounded in said
service, or is widow of such soldier, and is
and was a resident of Pennsylvania, having
entered the service from raid State, the
Audtor General shall issue his waraant on
the State Treasury for the payment of $4O
gratuity to said applicant and $4O in Semi
Annual payment yearly thereafter during
the life of the applicant, if the widow mar
ries again, pension ceases. This bill will no
doubt pass in its present shape.
Henry Ward Beecher had a very large
audience last night to hear his lecture on
Reconstruction. The proceeds were devoted
to the purchase of a library for the soldiers
orphans at the McAllisterville School.
Eginn and Countg tatters
1 , -V Vk*
$ 41. 771 - 5.43,`1t,
t, , s. ; m
Triumph of the Union Party
The election on Friday last was one of
the best contested ctrugglcs we have ever
witnessed at a Spring election and the re
sult is a complete triumph for the Union
party, it having elected its candidates for
Chief Burgess, a majority of the town coun
cil and all of the Union officers in West
fln the choice of Chief Burgess the lines
were strictly drawn, and the most energetic
and persistent efforts made, upon both sides.
The sequel shows what can be done in our
borough when our friends are in earnest in
the business in hand and really !neon work.
The result of this well-fought election in-
..res a majority for Gen. Geary in our town,
and demonstrates ti ['act, Limb
creased exertion our county may be tar
ried for him by a fair majority.
In the West, Ward the most, superhuman
effort was .madeto elect Mr. Cornman to
the town' council, thereby insuring to the
party to which lie adheres the distribution
of the offices in the bestowal of the council.
But several of our Union veterans appre
hended the raiders early in the day, and by
theii• resolute and determined front saved
our cause from the enemy.
Herewith we give complete returns.
Chief Burgess, E. W. Fr. W. Total
W. J. Cameron,
Geo. P. Myers,
R. N. Black,
Andrew Kerr, 233 F. (Jardner,
J. Rhineheart, 227 inn. Irvine,
F. Comm - lan, 226 0. Delaney,
Godfrey Bender, 232 John Hays,
219 I Jaeob Zuy, jr., 128
233 I Joshua Fagan, 125
Jno. S. Lyne,
215 I Jahn Martin,
A. J. Welsh,
Henry Saxton, 360 I [No opposition.]
Andw. Martin, 249 I Benj. Atkinson, 106
Moses Bricker, 103 A. K Rheem, 231
E. Cornman, 198 J. D. Gorgas, 232
J. Masonheimer, 157 John F. Steel, 210
Joseph Sites, 166 E. M. Riddle, 225
John Beotem, 159 J. M. WeaNcy, 235
Al. McClellan, 1i35 I Jacob Bretz, 236
Lewis F. Lyne,_ 164 I B. K. Spangler, 233
\V. Selluchman, IU4 I J. A. lliagyonci:, 239
James Ilanilton, 401 I [No opposition.]
George , IG3 I Janes Widner,
UNION TRI MPII IN SHIPPENSBURO.
—The election in Shippensburg on Friday
last was hotly-contested and resulted in
the triumphant election of the whole Union
ticket by an average majority of 25, a gain
over last fall of at least 30 votes. Our
friends in Shippensburg have made up their
minds that our county must bo carried for
The extensive Carpet Establishment of
Messrs J. F. & E. B. Orne of Philadelphia
is advertised in another colum. Imported
and Domestic Carpets in immense variety are
offered at reduced prices on account of the
decline in gold They have first class goods
and ono invariable cash price.
Gont•:Y's LADY'S BooK.—For April is
ou our table and is a most excellent number.
The steel Plate is entitled "the last Boquet,"
and is very fine. The Spring fashion plate
is beautifully colored. This number con
tains some excellent Stories, Poetry &c.
L. A. Godey Publisher Terms $3OO per
LOST.—On Tuesday evening between
2cl- Presbyterian Church and Irvine'd Itow, a
gray fur collar. Please return to this odic e
We dropped' in at Mr. A. BEwing's
yurniture establishment the-other day; and
feel like letting our friends know something
about the varied and elegant assortment of
lurniture 'we saw there. The first floor of
the estalldishnient is devoted to the nianu
facture of now and repairing of old furniture,
and the second to the storing and exhibition
of the furnished articles.
That Mr. Ewing is fully up to the times
in the many' improvements in both beauty
and utility of household and business furni
ture is fully attested by the display of speci
mens in his 'ware rooms. Tables 'with-tops
of plain and beautifully variegated marble,
Sofas arii,Chairs o . f the most unique design
and ternAng uPliolstery; bedsteads, which
look - as thmigh they were intended for the
siostai of the gods; and - leungei, tete a tetes
&c.,:of - the finest workmanklip and' most
,elegant Style. Lot those fond of the boauti-,
fin in mechanical art taken look at this Os- •
tahliallinont - ' ' ' •:"
DEATH.—On Monday evening last after a
lingering illness, JAMES L. HALBERT in the
23d year of his ago.
Deceased Was an estimable young man,
and his untimely death will be regretted by
.many friends at the first call for troops to*
suppress the rebellion he' joined Captain
,HENDERSON'S company and served with
credit during all the campaigns. Ile con
tracted the seeds of the consumption which
finally sealed his fate while in his country's
service in the field.
The funeral which took place on Wednes
day evening, was attended by IIENDEnsoN's
company, the Good Will Fire dompany,
and a large number of relatives and sympa
The enterprising firm of W. C. Saw
yer & Co., have received from New York a
large Stock of Spring Goods, Carpets, Cassi
mores •&c., which they offer at great bar
gains. Persons wanting goods will savo
money by buying from the aboVe parties,
East Main St. two doors below Saxton's
store. Rend their advertisement on the op
J. W. Strong wbo has pursued a reg
ular course of Bludy'undor Fowlers Wells
the greatest Phrenologists of the age will
deliver a course of lectures on Phrenology
in Rhoccm's Hall in this place on Monday,
Tuesday and Wednesday evenings. His
lectures will be illustrated by Skulls, Casts
and Portraits, and will without doubt be in
teresting. lie is now stationed and will be
for a short time at the Franklin House
where he has a private room and will make
private examinations and give advice in re
gard to health, occupation and management
of children &c. Terms verbal description
50 cents, Do. with a chart $1.75.
FIRE.—On Wedrtosday night shortly
after midnight, a fire broke out in the larg
stable attached to T. B. Weakloy's Hotel,on
South Street. The loft of the building was
filled with hay, grain and straw, and this
inflamable material igniting in an instant,
nn efforts of the fireman could Savo this
206 170 375
152 226 378
239 171 413
124 213 357
building and it was utterly destroyed
joining this stable was a now ono just com
plcted by and belonging to 1Ir.:1'1111W,, Eakin
Within n few feet of this was a two-story
frame building belonging to 'Afr..lolin Gut
shall, and used as n store dove-cot,_
&O. both of the:4 , buildings caught fire from
Weakley's stable and were entirely destroy
ed. At this point the Ilreinen succeeded in
arresting the progress of the flaines'althougl
several of the wooden buildings adjoinin,_
were in imminent danger.
Mr. Weakley insists that thn lire was
cerAinry's work as it was itnpossible t
the tire could have originated through ace
dent. His stable is snsured, the others no
PROCEEDINGS OF COUNCI . —The town
council elect met on Tuesday evening last
and organized by electing J cssE ii.ll 1N E
n EART temporary President and .1. M. M A
SON]] EIM ER temporary Secretary, after the
transaction of some unimportant business a
permanent organization was effected by
electing Gen. E. M. BIDDLE, President.
The following officers for the ensuing year
were then chosen. Opposite the name of
each officer we print the amount of his sala
Secretary, S. D. Hampton,
Higi2cOonstnbleTltrrb't—M'Cartney, Sr., 400
Treasurer, Jacob Rheem, 100
Clerk of Market, A. S. Lyne, 100
Street Commissioner, Alfred Ithincheart, 10
Lamp Lighter and night policeman,
North Ward A. Wouds Walker, 120
Lamp INg,hbir and night pilicenly.n,
S.alth Ward Jameb Hackett, 120
Janitor, George Taylor, 25
The committees announced by the Presi
dent are Finance- 7 J M. 'WEAK LEY, .3 NO.
F. STEEL and J. D. RuIN Ell hiA RT. Ordi
nance—A. K. JOIEEm, J. M. WEAK I. EY
and GODFREY BENDER. Streets—.J NO. D
Gnarl AS, ANDREW KERR, .TNn. F. STEEL
Lamps, FuliniN CORNMA N.
Mr. Henry Harper, 520 Arch St., Philad'a.
has in Store a large Stock of Watches, Fine
Jewelry Silver Ware., &c., &c., which ho
is selling at reduced prices. Road his card.
Parties about purchasing Carpetings etc.,
will do well to visit the Store of J. T.
Delacroix,—read his adv. in this issue—who
has a splendid Stock in his line, to select
Potatoes, for Planting and Table Use.—
Read adv. in this issue of Messrs. Woodruff
Eyre & Landoll, 4th., & Arch Sts., Phila
delphia, aro making their usual display of
Dry Goods for the Spring Trade. We see
they aro willing to make their prices meet
the views of buyers.
For the herald
Palm undag.—Tho Sunday before our
Saviour's Crucifixion. (St. Mark XI.)
Passion, Week : The week of last and
greatest sufferings for us.
Ilfau7lay Thursday : The day of the Divine
mandate: " Do . this in remembrance of Me,"
Good Friday: Tho anniversary of the cru
cifixion of our Lord Jesus Christ, for us men
and for our salvation.; the good Friday of
the ehriStian year.
Easter-Eve: The rest of Christ's body in
the, grave and of His soul in the place of
Easter day: The great " first day" of the
week, commemorative of Christ's Resurrec
tion from the dead; in honor of which the
Jewish sabbath was abolished and the Lord's
Tl e annual Jewish celebration of the
Passover, commemorativo of the Exodus
of Israel out of Egypt, was also typical of
our deliverance from sin and death by the
death of the Only Begotten Son of God, the
first born Son of the Blessed Virgin Mary.
Ile is our "Passover, sacrificed for us," as
the very Paschal " Lamb that taketh away
the sins of the world," and on the very day
of the year appointed for the Passover.
Thus the services of the Christian church
during this Holy Wed; of commemorative
woltship are a continuation of that solemni
ty which has been observed by the people
of God for nearly 3500 years. ( 13. C. 1491—
A. D. 1860.) While still the Jew observes the
day, let every christian adore the Saviour.
The public are invited to a „shert, daily
Service of Scripture readingaend of prayer
in St. Johns Church at 12 o'clock P. M.
The largest assortment of Pine Ware
over offered to this community, may be :eon
at the Wholesale & Retail Grocery &
Queensware Store of WM. BLAIR & SON
South End"—Carlisle Pa.
P 4 S.— Stop Ladders for bowie cleansing
Canned bruits , Corn and Tomatoes. Pick
led and Canned Oysters kept constantly,
and offered cheap - for cash.
THE GREATEST MECHANICAL SUC
CESS of the present century is tho world re
nowned Wheeler & Wilson Sowing Machine.
It requires no argument to prove this, as no
well informed person disputes it. From
the most reliable information we can glean;
the sale of this Machine fully equal those of
all other sowing machines in use. OVor
200,600 have already been this
princoly'dompanY.'Not a Word'of complaint
has any'one to offer' against thorn: • :VG'hat'a
magnifie,ont record agency, at 'Railroad
TetegilijAi 02100 2
A superior toned Piano with Stool and
Cover, will be sold low. Enquire at KEL
LER'S Hat and Cap Store. Sold for want of
• • March 9-3t*
Haverstiok has just received a large
and fresh assortment of all varieties of gar
LIAt BURNERS ATTENTION.—Price
of Coal reduced again at
Feb. 16, 1800
Notice —No more orders for Coal will
be received at Delaney & Blair's office, for
Delaney & Shrom. But at Aionesmith &
Baker's Grocery, at Krcamers jewellry,
Barns Grocery, and Fellers Grocery stores,
where all orders left will be promptly attend
A BLESPING TO WOMAN.
If every Woman only knew what a blessing to hers
especially, in her peculiar complaints. Is Radway's
Ready Relief, by bow much would the suffering of her
sex be diminished. All w, men are necessarily subjec
ted to irregularities more or less dangerous In their
nature, and it takes very little sometimes to produce
those irregularities even in the stougbtest and strong.
est constitution. You go out of the warm room into
the open air ; you go suddenly from the cold outer air
into a room overheated; in either ease your purrs aro
violently acted upon, and you "catch a cold." A Rap
pressinn instantly occurs of somaindespensible discharge
The whole body suffers In consequence Every aven
ue of Die seems clogged up. Your vitality appears to
be on the point of exhaustion. You suffer Intense pain.
You van do nothing with satisfaction. You are almost
tired of your life. But. you can be relieved ot all these
distressing symptoms very easily. Yon can be restored
to health just as soon as Non please. Your headaches,
your hysterics, your vomitont of blood, your dreadful
pains in the small of the lock and in the limbs, It all
these characterize your case, Coll be gotten rid of by
simply rubbing well the, spine, back and hips with
Railway's Ready lte‘ief, and taking some of Railway'..
Pills on going to bed at night. Do this,and all irreg
Wart ty will rear... \'"u will experience a delightfil
sense of comparative ease the very test time you cam
memo the rubbing. and the second tiles will so chant
you that you It ill never be without a 50 rent bottle o
Ready r, I in the House under any circumstances.
It is .and ought to be, every WOMan'S confidential coin
panion. Sold by druggists.
N. B.—Suppression of the Menses, Head
ache, Hysterics, Nervousness Cured.
Nice N.. 1., Ott. lit, 1R63.
Dx. 11.Anw AS Your Pills and Heady Relict have saved
my daughter's li le in June last she sins eighteen
years ot age. and for three months her men.es worn
suppressed. She would fiequently vomit blood.ouf
ford terribl) Omit Headache. mild pain in the small 0
the it k and thighs. end had frequent Its of hysterics.
We counnenred by givi nu her six of your Pills every
night. and rubbed the Ready Iteliefun her spine. hark
and hips We vontinued this treatment one week,
when to our irly she lilts rrtiet ed Of her diffir•ffity. Sht
19 now well and reenlar, and has horn ever since.
Yr urs Truly,
.1. U. HODGSON
A,lll . I Pill, that i feel assuiell
rimed I.y , ! vcr,lnshig w ilh ilrilStil•
Dr. If alwAy's fills Arc soltl by docv;c:ists and st
koppersrat - 25 etg. per lint. All letters fnr advice
drosscd Itmlway Co ,`,7 Niaiill.ll lane, Now Yo
will ill Vet With attention. 2t
TII E CON FESSIONS ANIS EX PE
-111 ENUE OF AN IN MALI D.
Published for the benefit and' as a CAUTION TO
YOUNiI MEN and others, Who suffer from Nervous
Debility, Pr - Lmita re Decay of Manhood, &c.,Zsupplt ing
at the same time Tits Mt.kNS ae SELF-C , no. liy nuu
who hag cured himself after under Kt/111g t'oll,tittlll.4 .
tuarkery. By enclosing a postpaid addressed env, l
ope, single copies, free of charge, may be had of the au
thor. N MAYFAIR, Esq.
Itrcmitlyn, Kings Co , N. V.
Doyou want Wit ii4Cl.l, or Moostai hoe? I
Compound will force them to grow Oil till ,11100t11-
1 face c robin, nr hair on Laid heads, In Fix Weeks.
lee fl MY Sent by mail abye here, clo,ely sealed,
of price Address,
WARNER Ai C0.,110x lilS, B,ocklyee, S. P.
Ma ell 31, 1565-Iy.
A Cough, Cold, or Sore Throat,
latL'IIUES 17%1\1 EDI E AI I'ENTD , N AND
SIIM" I.D BE ECK" ED. 11 , ALTMWED TO,
Irritation of the Lungs, a Permanent
Throat Affection, or an Incurable
Brown's Bronchial Troches
nr Bronchitis. Asthma, Catarrh, ronsiinio
the and Throat Disease,
ROCHES ARE USED WITII ALWAYS (1001) FLI
SINGERS AND PUBLIC SPEAKERS
w ill flml Troches useful in clearing the AMro when ta
ken before Singing or Speaking. and relieving the
throat idler an unusual exertion of the, vocal organs.
The Troches are recommended and prescribed by Phy
sicians, and have had testinmnials from eminent men
throughout the country. Using, in mticie of true
merit, and having proved their °Macy by a test of
many years, each year finds them in new localities in
various parts of the world, and the Troches are uni
versally pronounced better than other articles.
Outs! N only “littoNvx's li r.nsrnlnl. TII,CIIcs," and do
not take any of the Worthless imitations that may be
Fold everywhere in the United SLalee, and in For
sign Countries, nt 35 rents per box.
Oct 27, 1865.-6 nio.
-GREAT OAKS FROM Lirrhs acoaNs
rillLi+.l worst diseases known to the hu
mant race spring from causes so small. to almost
defy detection. 'Tim volumes of scientific lore that fill
Ulu tables and shelves of the medical fraternity only
go to prove and elaborate the,e farts.
Then guard yourselves while you may. Tia, small
est pimple on the . skin is a tell tale and indicator of
disease. It may fade and die away from the surface of
the body, but It will reach the vitals, perhaps, at last,
and death be the result and final, close. MAMIIEL'S
DILIOES. DYIPEPTIC And DIARRHEA Pti.l.s cure whore all
othei s full. While for Burns, Scolds. Chilblains. Cuts,
and all abrasions of the skin, Mmitust.'s Satyr. Is In
fallible. Sold by ,I. Mamma., 43 Fulton street, Now
, and all Druggists at 25 rents per bon.
Jan. 19, 1,866.-Iy.
fhe Fong Looked For Has Come !
N DIAN Pain Killer.—For the'quick
kitOlefof Headache, Toothache, Rheumatism, Neu
ralgia, Pain In the Stomach, flack or Side, Painter's
(lodic, ('ramp, Frosted Feet or Ears, Burns, Fresh Cuts
Sprains. Bruises, Diarrhea, Sore Throat, and all Mani
lar COMO/Ma& Toothache relieved in eight minutes.
Earache relieved in ten minutes. Burns relieved from
smarting In lifteenlninutes. Cramp or Cholla cured in
ten minutes. Sprains relieved in twenty minutes.—
Fm, Throat relieved in thirty minutes.
I have spent years in selecting the herbs from the
c.4etH ble kingdom, to find out the kinds best adapted
to suit diseases of the human family, stud now I have
it complete. Every Bottle Warranted. Try it! Try
These things we prove on the spot, and boforu your
eyo4, only bring your 011800.
Dr. COLLINS has also for sale his Syrup of Roots
BARKS AND HERBS,
Indian lii e Wash and Powbattan Salve. This Syrup
e ee,, coughs, Colds, Sore Throat, Croup, Bronchitis,
„Asthma. and all similar complaints. ,Also purifies the
Thlood. The Salve basis Sores or Breakings Out in the
Face, draws lire from Burns; warranted to cure Healed
or 4 Sore Breasts. The Bye Wash cures Sore or Inflamed
Dr. coffins Valley Herb Pills,
For the cure of Sick or Nervous Headache, Female Ir
regularities, Drop , y, Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Dis
eases of the Kidneys, Fever and Ague, &c.
Dr.I,OLLINS eau be consulted at his Odic°, on Dis
poses of larlous kinds.
These :%iedleines are prepared and bold by
SAMUEL COLLINS, Indian Medicine Man,
74 Market street, Harrisburg.
Also, for sale at HAVERSTICK'S Drug and Book
All orders shou'd be addressed to Dr. S. Collins,
Harrisburg. These Medicines are purely Vegetable.
June Id. 181;5.
"'ALL'S VEGETABLE SICILIAN
HAIR RENEWER bus proved itself to be the
moot pet-feet preparation for the hair over offered to
It la a vegetable tanwaun,d,nu_d cautainano_lujurl ,
mut properties whatever.
IT WILL RESTORE GRAY HAIR TO ITS ORIGINAL
It will keep the hair from falling out.
It cleanses the scalp and makes the hair soft, lus
trona and silken.
It is a splendid hair dressing
No person, old or young, should fall to use lt.
IT IS RECOMMENDED AND USED DY THE FIRST
Atti):7Asit for Haire Vpgetable Sicilian llair Renewer,
and take no other.
For sale by all druggists
2 !10v.3, 180-6 in,
MARSHALL'S Catarrh snuff, is a suro aunt for that
bothersome disease, Catarrh: , .
WO call attention to tho aclvorOsontont of Oscar G.
Moors & Co , hoadwI"LIER—LIEALTII—STRENGTII."
Jan. 1.2, I.B6ll—ty: • • ,
OMAN'S PULNIDNIO WADERS, the great Cough
ltotoody.au sold by all Drugglat. Bee Advortigeinont.
SEB advertla9ment 'of Sir James Clarke's Celebrated
Jan. /2 3 1800-4 y.
M'ILLIENEY.—Ork the 17th of Feb, at the residence
of her mother in this borough Miss Elmira APllhoney.
Many years ago .the deceased made a public profession
of religion in. the Presbyterian Clutreh of Dillsburg,
then under the pastoral rare of the Rev. J. At Mur
ray. She adored her profession by a Godly walk and
conversation. llor religion was one of principle, it
governed her in all the relations Drift°.
To know her was to love her, but death brooks the
tenderest ties. Lot those that mourn dry up their
tears and rejoice that oho is done with the sufferings
and sorrows of earth, and prepare to meet her in the
kingdom of IMaven where they will part no mare.
SPANGLEIL—On the 7th March, Frank P. son of
William and Elizabeth Spangler, aged 3 years and one
A. 11. BLATR's,
EBY.— At Cosumnrs, California, on the 2d January,
1896, Clara Frances, daughter of the Into Cyrus and
Lydia Ann Eby, formerly of Carlisle Pa„ aged 19 years.
FLEAGER.—In this Borough, on the 15th Inst., Mrs.
Mary will) of Charles Fleager, aged 58 years, 4 months
and 4 days.
F LOU It(Suportino)
Gerected Weekly by Wnt. Bentz.
BUTTER 40 BACON SIDES, 10
EGGS, 20 WHITE BEANS, 1 76
LARD, 16 PARED PEACHES, 25
TALLOW, 11 I UNPARED PEACHES 18
SOAP, 0-12 DRIED APPLES, 300
BEESWAX, 35 RAGS, 53,
BACON II A MS 20
IL P. MALL & CO.
Nrushua, N. IL Proprioton
CARLISLE PRODUCE MARKET
Carlisle, March 22, 1866.
March 22, 1880.
LETTERS REMAINING UNCLAIMED in
the Post Office at Carlisle, State of Pennsyl
vania, the 22d day of March, 1/366.
Published by official authority in the pa
per having the largest circulation.
ge,„To obtain any of these letters, the
applicant must call for " oduertisedlaters,"
give the date of the Pest and pay two cents
If not called for within one month, they
will be sent to the Dead Letter Office.
GEO. ZINN, P. M.
Azolliorg John lieorn John
Adams Jacob Jones Nat
Askins Daniel Krouse Sarah
Burr Mary Kreps Lieut A
Bell Wm K utz Emma
Boner Wm Lyon George
Brown A: Co Leas Christian
Barr W D Leevox Rush
Ilidl Abraham Miller Annie
Ca4ey J eremiali bbs Miller D
Carle Wm Rhinehart John
Donebiai II t[ Snyder Philip
Derr Elias Shughart Jacob
E IV A Smith H A
Fulton John F Swords Joseph
Folks George Shave Edwin
--fe itrell Arena Schingle Ered'k
Grisivald Lizzie Spade Peter
Galbraith Elizabeth Scott Jennie
Green Arthur N
Hill I' P
Linwoo d A R.
hurley M ichael Sietz Annie
Walker J Steward
DISSO 7 VTION
r 11111 E co-partnership heretofore known
as Elliott Brothers, was on the 16th day of
March, dissolved by mutual consent. The business will
be continued by the Fotbseriber
Motet. 23, 1866
kJ Notice is here'ay given that I Intend to apply to
the Court of Quarter Sessions of Cumberland County to
he held on the 9th day of April, 1866, for license to keep
a Beer House and Restaurant in the East Ward of the
B rough of Carlisle.
March 23, 1866.
A j Notice is hereby given that I Intend to apply to
the Court 01 Quarter liossion of Cumberland County to
be held on the Oth day of April, lb6o, for license to keep
a Beer I louse and Restaurant in the West Ward of the
Borough of Carlisle.
March 23, 18tin--e.
4 Notice is hereby given that I intend to apply to
the Court of Quarter Session of Cumberland County to
hu held on lon 9th !lay of April, 1865, for license to keep
a Beer house and Restaurant in the East Ward of the
Borough of Carlisle
March 23, 1865.5
1 ICENSE NOTICE.-
Notice is hereby given that I Intend to apply to
thu Court of Quarter Seosion of Cumberland County to
bu held on thu 9th day of April, 1866, for license to keep
a Rear Buns° and Restaurant in thunptlan township.
Marrh 23, 1866-60. 0. W. DAVIS.
THE '•Co*ination" hoop Skirt, New
_I Stylo for 1866
March 23, 1866.
PLEACHED and Unbleached mueline
1 . ) at greatly reduced prices, also Superior Cotton
Laps, at A. W. WINTZ'S Store.
March 2.3, 1866.
PRINTS of all brands at the very low
oat market rates.
March 23, 1,866.
New Spring Goods,
ISAAC •LIVINGSTON, at hie whole
j_ sale and Retail Clothing Establishment, on South
Hanover street, adjoinir.g Miller & Bowers' Hardware
Store, announces the receipt of a full and Complete as.
SPRING and S CALMER GOODS,
and soasonztbio READY MADE CLOTHING. Ills stock
consists in part of lino Black and Blue
FRENCH and ENGLISH CLOTHS,
Extra Heavy Doeskin,
Throu cut and fancy
Also a largo variety of Cassinets and Tweed, Ken
tucky Jeans, and Cottonnadoe, Linens, and Linen
Drillings, in great variety.
Also a great assortment of
Ready Made Clothing,
of every style and quality, White Linen and Woolen
Shirts, Summer Drawers, Ac., constantly on hand a
largo assortment of Ties, Collars, Hosiery and Gloves,
Linen, Silks and Cotton Handkerchiefs.
Also a full assortment of Trunks,.Carpet Bags and
Valises, of every size.
Clothing made to order at the shortest notice. Call
and examine the stock,
March 23, 1866,
JNO. • D. GORGAS,
DESIRES to return his sincere thanks
to all his old and new friends, many of whom
have been his patrons for the more than Thirty Years ho
has been In business In Carlisle. Sensible of former
obligat lone, he asks a continuance of their custom.
If you want the very best Cooking Stove at the lowest
price, come to me. All ins ured for six months or long
er. I have nothing on hand but tho best bakers,
Warrant them to be such, for I keep none other. Como
and see tho great variety. I eau give hundrods of
testimonials if desired.
COME and SEE, .
my Parlor an Wilco Stoves for wood or coal
HEATERS AND RANGES,
Btationary and Portable
of all kinds in great variety, mado from the very boat
tin-plate. All you flood in our lino can be had from
me at a saving of 20 per copt.
at my Store and Ware Rooms, in roar of the Could°
'louse, and you will save money in your purchases.
It wilflully pay you to come.
Tin Itgofing and Spouting done at short notice
The Carlisle Cook !
TO EW AND OLD HOUSEKEEPERS..
Anow and perfect Air-tight Gas Con—
suming Cooking Stove for Coal or Woo&
CALL AND BEI! IT !
46 our Foundry and Stove Rooms, Main St. r
Tho patterns of this Stove are now and original in de
sign and gotten up expressly for our use. We there•
fore call •
~THE CARLISLE COOK
It combines ovory now and. Valuable Improvement
in Cooking Stoves. It is exceedingly handsome in ap
pearance—to a perfect Airtight and Gas Coneumfng
Stove, Lind may safely bo pronounced the cheapest, beet
and moat complete Cooking Stove in the country., We
cast two sizes, adapted to the wants of both largo and
small families. titperienced housekeepers wi}l find
upon examination that, the
NEW C‘ARLISLE , OOOK
combines every reqrdsito for economy and eilicloney in
cooking. The public, aro specially' requested to. Call
and see it, as we ma conildont It will fully recommend
March 23,1866.--Iy. F. caumnE4 it co. •
A. W. BENIZ
A. W. BENTZ