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' Yy virtue of land!, ttritthintlVantUtigllLT.F. to VAli
Issued out of the Bond, of „coalmen :Pleasa o f nm.,
be publio,vonelne Iltthel.,oonrt,htouse.
In the Bough. of Bernet. ,ontliNdoW.Bpvirinviggg;
at le o'clock, A.f.31;,, -the .tellortns A 1114,44 /teak
Ectate to wile , . •
A TRACT OF 'GAWP eittlateditilalver Burtrig !feint-.
ship, Cumberland. cOunt.9,,BC, bounded .on, the East,
by land of Henry Voglettmat;"orilltelllobthltidd West'
by lands of Georgelhtistilne, and .ehu.Conotiegulnot;
creek, and on the North tit' Wide of Baimeel Yoi lo=
song -and Jaebb Bitamonsotontalfilng:l76 ..tOBEB,
more or logs, having thereon erected a Two-Story .
FRAME DWELLING' 1100BV 'end' hack 4 Sitchen„
FRAMS BAIIN E Weigun \ Shed, liog.,Pett. and .other
oat-buildings . Seized and , token In execution is
theproperty of Edward Deminy.'
A TILAOT 014,AND to Itautpderi township;, Oum
borland county,' bounded on the Emit by'. John
Stilen,--L—Shand;on the - South by the State reed,
on the Went by% Wm. Alatchett and- tar'd. Hume,
Esq., and on the North by oilier land, of. the defen
dant containing SOS ACRES; more, or - lone, haring
thereon erected a One and.A-Half Story HOUSE, ,Log
Barn, Frame Wagoir;Shed,Oorn'ttrib and Flog 'Ben
Seised and taken' In execution as the property .of
The undlvldbd. interest In, a certain LOT OS
GROIJND situated in the Borough of Oarllele, Pa
bounded on the Bast by" South Hanover' etreot, on
the South by • Ilfre,-..--ddrove„ on, the ..IVeet an,
North by A. H. Blair, containing 18 feet front on Bout:
--Hanover etreotiand - 182 feet in- , debth. 'be- the ea
more or lees,, aving thereon. tweeted a Twcr•Sto-
FRAME DWELLING HOUS E , and Plume Kitchen
Hog Pen, Cord Orlb and ,other, outtrolldlngs. Selzer
and fatten in oxsoutton as the property of Stephen .
Keepers. ' •
—ALSO— L:: . .. - -
A LOT OF GROUND 'Hunted in the Borough of
Carllele. Cumberlandeohnty; bounded on the West
by Gilson Enettlee helm, and on the North by West
Chapel alley, on the East by Jacob Duey a heirs, and
on the South by South street, containing , feet :in
front on South street, and 240 feet In de th;more or
less, having thereon erected a Two-Story BRION.
HOUSE and Brick Kitchen Wash House, Ac. Seised
and takeA In execution as the property of John O.
To be sold by me '. . .
JOS. 0. THOMPSON,
I . Sheriff.
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0771011 f OAILLIIILD, •
.t s rth 16, 1868.
Comuriotte., n all miss of $6OO or 0ver,,560 will be
-.required to bo paid when, the property- Matriekon off,
sad 525 on all sales under 5500, -
20mar 6/14a. •
The .nndivided one eighth inteiest in. a HALE LOT
''.7ol` GROUND • situated in the , Borough of °sills's,
Cumberland County, Pea bounded on tho South - by
.-East-Blgh-street,on the. East by WEllani-Banalts,
on the North by Mulberry ahoy, and on tho West by
Dr. J. R. Irvine, containing 30 foot in front And
240. feet In debth, haying:thereon- erected a Two•
Story FRAME DWELLING HOUSE and STORE
Itl2oMAnia One.Sto flick' liniFdlng. &kid and
tnkim In ry
execution as the property. of Isaac B. Bell.
PROCLAMATION: -: •
W I H-k.ItEAS, the Hon. JAMES H.
GRAIdAv President - Judge of the several Courts
of Comuion Pleas b,,r4 the counties of Cumberland, Per
ry, and - Juniata, an. \ d Justice of the several-Courts 0.
- Oyer and Terminer 9., mi, General Jail Delivery in said
comities, and Thomas P..,). Blair and llughtituart,Judges
of the Courts of Oyer an i Terminer and Jail Delivery
for the trial of all capital and other offanders,in the
said county of Clumberlan ,by their precept to me
directed, dated the 18th d ay of January A. D. 1868,
have ordered the Court of Oyer and Terminer and
General Jail Delivery to be I aoldon at Carliale - iiiiThe
,2d Monday - of April, 1868, ( It being the 13th day),
'at 10 o'clock - in the forenoon, to continust_two_weeke
- NOTICE to hereby given to the Coroner, Justices of
, the Peace. and Constables of the said county of Cum
berland that they are-by the m
id precept 'commanded
-- to be then and there' in the it proper 'persons, with
their rolls, toebrds, and inqui mionsw.minal.
all other remembtanees, to o those thingS whici, to
their offices appertain to be done, and all those that
are bound by recognizance ,, t o prosecute against the
prisoners that 'lnver th_on , hall be in the Jail of said
county, are to be there to-; proseeuto them as shall be.
Just. --- - -/ - JOB.O. ;T/1031P8ON'. '
' 28101, 1868. - -
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Notice tethers by given filet application will ho made
for the Merino ration of a bank of discount, deposit
and elrouletl43, under the antis wity of the Act of
Aesembly .p 'roved May let. 1881 i to be located', to
CarllslesCOlM Hand county Pa., and to be called the
'Farmerpillanit,"..with a capital of fifty thousand dol
lars, w4th the privilege of increasing the same Co one
hundifod thousand dollars.
' RODZAT Gant, 'WM. IL MAUR,:
' 0. P. Human:Er, CART W.. AEIL, •'.
Jos. CC norm, ABNER W. DENTS,
7 ---- , — . 'PROMO PAXTON; " —ABEAM - WITMERi .• .
--, JACOB NOTZBINOIIt, DAVID Hamm
Bljan-68 pm. , . .
tlco le hereby giviin that the account of John
Stuart A: eoginstrator of the. Hanover and Carlisle
Turnpike Road Company, Will be presented to the
Court of Common Pleas of Cumberland county for Con
firmation on Wednesday the 15th day of April 1868.
c • J. P. BRINDLE.
Letters Testamentary on the estate ot.dabob
ntz deed., having this day been issued to the
subscriber, residing In the earns township, notice
is hereby given to all persons having claims again/d
-read estate to present them, and to those indebted to
it to make immediate payment.
F-4XECUTOR'S NOTICE.- •
Letters Testamentary on the estate of .Barbara
. Smith, deed., of East Pennsboro township, having
this day been issued to the subscriber, residing in
the same township, notice is - hereby. given to -all
persons indebted to said estate to make immediate
payment, and those hair ing claims to present them.
F E L RB OW I l ERS FLOWERS 1.1 FLOW
The season of buds and blossoms of green foliage
ancrgay flowers with all their beafity and fraganee le
approaching. Those .wtsblng to decorate their- win'
Bows and gardens with choice ' , plants and flowers.'•
Now is the time. We offer Shade Trees, Evergreens
Roses, Vines, Bedding Plants, Grape Vines, and. all
the choices kindiiif Green, house plants,Hanging
•Baskots, put Flowers, and Boluets furnishd on short
notice, at the ' , White Ball Nurseries," Ca lIRla, Pa.
' • LUTE A. LINE.
VXECUTOWS NOTICE. •
otters teatamentary on the estate of Catharine
ghenk, dec'd., lite of Dickinson township, having this
day been issued to - Martin Shenk of the same town•
ship, notice is hereby given to all persona indebted to
the said estate to make payment, and those baying
claim to present them duly authenticated.
MARTIN - BILENV,
Pralanumna, March 15t,1868.
WE bog to inform you that .wo aro
prepared to offer for your Inspection our
usual assortment of MILLINERY GOODS
oonslsting_of the NEWEST SHAPES In Straw, Bilk and
43151 P Hats. Bonneti, &a., -Velvets, Bilk Goods, Rib
bone, Women,' Feathers, Ruches, Crapes, Blondes,
.Braldes, Ornaments, so., ho.. We shall be happy to
watt on you at our Store; or receive 'your orders.
Prlcoshow for Cash. Yours dtg. U. WARD, Nos. 109,
105 h 107 N. &wind Bt.,
628 11 OOP SKIRTS. 628
WM._ T. I . IOPKINB "07N MAKW'
, -- are the - bestjand CvasPxetZow - Pilaw lloop Bklrta In
the market. Trail Skirt., 25 earlngs, sl.oovBtreprlngs,
$1.20; and-40 Springs, $l. 45. Plain Skirts, o.tapas, 20
springs, 80 Centex 25 springs, 95 Cents; 30 springs.
$1.15; and 86 syringe. 411,25. Warranted in every re
"Our' OWN Make" of UNION SKIRTS;' Eleven
Tape Tralle,from 20 to 60 springy, 91.20 1 0 112.60.
Plain, .81x.1apee, 20 to 60 springs; from 95 Cente.to
,_52.00. Theme Skirts are better than those sold by oth7
er establishments' as first clam goads, and at much
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'_lower, "Our OWN make" of "CHAMPION SKIRTS" are In
every way superior to all other Moop Skirts before the
public. and only have to be examined or worn to con.:
vince every one of the fact. Manufactured of the best
linen-finished English Steel Springs, very' superior
tapes, and the style of the metallo fastenings and .
manner of smiting them Surpass for durabilty and
—.excellence. any other, Skirt In Ws country, and are
lighter, more °hustle, will weak lOuger, give more sat
_are really_ cheaper _than all others.
-Every /tidy should hit them. - They are - being sold—ex
teruslvelyhY nierehautti throughout Ohio and the ad-
Joining stateaat very rue /Crate palette: If yen *rant,
the best, eat for"Eopkires Champion Skirt." Wyatt do
not tad them, get the Merchant - with whom yon deal
to order them for yen; or .oonle or - send direct tp ' vs.
Merchants will find our different . grader of Skirt, p
actly what - hey need, and we especially Invite them .
.to call and examine - our extenshre,assortment,er send
— for Wholtisabi Pete • '
To be bad at Retail at Manuntotory, and of the Re
tall' Tradasanerally, and ,at.Wltelesale of tile Many
faeturer erdetiehonld be addroased
IdANliffiCTOlit 9ay*l;oosi,'_62B die.ou
eat itiikUri, Ri f ; .iittladOihti
P R 's' :A RR IVAL
Of all ' the New prtng Styles qf
4 114T8 r AND OAPS."
The Sibeeribir Juei ' No , U
Honorer StVe few dood NO 'of thiOarllslip sl
Bank, oue of the largest and best stook of It
— OAPS r'
Silk Hits, Ossatmepos of all etyles end gatilftlfe,
stiff Daunt dtlfefeht colds; and *very deseriptlOn 0,
11 Soft lists new made. The Dunker& ind old 'fashioned
brush, keptetwatantli nn bend and'msdeito ordeg
-- elf wannuted to glif-satlshetion. tun assortment
of BTAAW HATE, Mena boy's and ehildren'i ftney.
I bare) so added to'etkr snack, Nbtloda dlffekent
kluge, eguslsttng,pladadles, and gent'i•
Neek.-Tles. Olbres renelis,llol4a, nipwlot Mao. on*
penoen, 11“4""PHinit ifesity And
tilwsys on band. .
°hemp* eallig4, ll kAtnfoo al 044) mon',
it dent Of pleisingi beildes wing you rnoner r • ,
• Joan A. MILLIM,
!WWI . Bch ES Ninth Itenomet
: EtILE &b 1, BA 12, tcliiors and Propietors
A. L. SPOT SLER'S COLUMN.
A : L. SPOgSL:ER,. -
Real Estate 'Aged, Sirivoner, cotiveyaneos Imam
ha, and Ottlm Aglta. OM. , Min Btroot , Nea.s
ontrß 8 , , •
WANTED —sl,ooo-for-one ,year:on.
V Real Estate security,
OR SALE ,
tract of valuable Timber' Land containing ONE
HUNDRED ACRES, lying on the-South Mount.du 3
'miles above -Mt. Holly, known' as the steam salo , ..ntill'
property. Tho tract is most favorably. .located, easy of
of access and the timber of tha boat quality.
For terms de., apply to
..'. . .
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.• deelradle suburban Residence on , • '
West Loather street, Carlisle, con-. 1•.
71 - I'' •
lathing • two scree of ground, having ',A. . . :
thereon erected a two-story • -- ~."; I a
FRAME • -HOUSE,
_Stahl e,._and . other_outhulldings,_ln—good_conditlo
with - alum:4am* of fruit. . . _ .... ,
Rent $2OO, to be well secured, payable quarterly.
Apply to' - -- A. L. SPONSLER. •
Union Pacifid Rail Road CompanY,
FIRST MORTGAGE BONDS,
Interest Payable Send.Annumllyin Gold,
Subscriptions received by A. L. SPONSLER, the
Company's financial agent at Carlisle.
• These bonds having been recently sold for Ninety
cents on the dollar, were on the Slat ofJau eery, ad•
vancod to 95, and on the sth of February Were again
advanced from 95 to 100 (par.) nt which latter figure
they aio now bell and regarded as the best invest
ment in the country.
OR SA.LE.—A desirable town prop
u orty,situato on North Root Street bolon ging - to
the Ithirs of Mal. John McCartney decd. The. lot con
tains about 100 foot in front and 340 in dopth. The
improvements are a large double 2 story stone ' '
■I I' , " S-TABLE,
and othoi convenient out huildings.with abundance
Of fruit and shrubbdry. This property will to die
posed of upon-Cho most reasonahlo terms. Apply to
A. L. 9PON.SLER, Real ]state Agent.,
' Attornoy in fact for the heirs.
VALUABLE TOWN RESIDENCE
At PRIVATE SALE.
Situated oti:Wost Pomfret streetinoar West street,
In the Borough 0010100.
ThelOtcontalne SO tea- In iroot and 210 foot .in
depth to an alloy. The improvements aro a com—
modious . twolitory BRICK IIUUSR, coulainint,
Doublo Parlor, hall, Dining-room and Kitchen, on
the first floor, and five Chambers on the second story .
Balcony to back building, a Frame Wash House at
tached, Smoke Rouse, Bake Oven and other con ,
veniont out buildin 4s. A large nest Stable, and
Canlage. House, Hog Pone, and Cern Crib, at the'foot
of tho lot. There is a considerable amount_ of fruit
such as Apples, Grapes, Au., a collar under the whole
house, and a fine Brick Cistern, and -Pump,' ns well
se &hydrant in th. yard. For terms Ac. apply to
A. L. SCONSLER,
.• Real Estate Agent.
sept 27 67. -----
VALUABLE SLATE FARM
AT PRIVATE SALE
"" Situate cui e the - North side, and partly bounded by
the Cognodogulnet creek, .about : 4 miles West u
Carlisle. adjoining, and lately part - of the — property
known as ' , 2l.ol.ltlt'S 11IL,LS" containing about
260 ACRES, 25.0 f which, are excellent meadow, or
meek bottom land, and kbout 60 ACRES of which
are covered- with good, timber. Tile Improvements
area large Weatherboarded Dwelling House, chutain
lag eight-rooms and a kitchen. A large Dank IV,
Wagon Shed, Corn- Crlb, Hog Pen, Carriage Hou
Wash Douse and " other convenient out-buildings.
An excellent well of water near the door, a fine
young apple orchard, besides other fruit, such its
-Pears, Ponch os,i Churries,Crapeslr. This is one of
thomoet praductivo-farms in - the township, and - -the
location the most desirable especially-tor the raising
of stock. The fences are in good order, there being
between 600 and 700 pannels of board, and post and
rails. The land has all been recently limed over,
part of it a second time, and is now in the highest
date of cultivation. And will be ° disposed of upon
For termsand further particulars onottire of
A. L. SPONSI,ER,
Deal Eststo Agent.
sept 27 67.
W . VIPROVE 4 :3*
. ft ew ptyl e noneßpde
will 'quickly_restore__ Gray - Hair -
to its natural'color and beauty,
And product -luxuriant growth. It is •
perfectly harmless, and is preferred
over every'. other preparation. by
those who have a fine head of hair,_
as well as those who wish to restore
it. The beautiful gloss and perfume
impartthi to the Hair makcit d.esirable'
• • . for old and. young._
.For 'Bale nll - Druggist/I.
DEPOT, 198 4:I4EENWICII ST., N. Y.
metONEIDAY I AR,
I GREAT SALE OP
'DRY: 0-00 IDS,
I hereby announce - to the * publio who desire bar
gimes, that I will commence on IYodnooday afternoon
nosh 4, at 2 o'clock to sell my very_ largo stock o
DRY 000D5 at public auction.
In this large assortment of goods everything need•
ed by housekeepers and heads' of flit:allies can be
found. - :..
-. Bale to commence at 2. o'clock P. M., of March 4
and will be continued each afternoon and evening
' until - all is loosed of.
The term will bo liberal, as follows:
- - On all bills under $l5 cash on delivery of the goods:
on- all bill of $l6 and upwards notes will be taken
payablein bank, with approved security at six months.
but to 'acoommodate my patrons I will deduct (I per
cent..per s ,affnum from the bills that exceed $l6 to
those persons that desire to pay cash. • .-- , .
. - AS 'my store ps lamb - and commodious I will havo
seats prepared to specially resorve - for the ladles.
' ' • ' - -- ' - A. W. BENTZ.--
. .Illitteaße ' ... -: -- .. • ,
Germati Seed Store.
iniell, GERMAN and OTIIER
Field Cfarden & gloier Seeds
rruit;i3hade and;Ornamentel ..Troee
woriantekNenvanire eat anatini
1 4,0111e•I'OURN ' Y & QO, • ,
827 IsTprtkbeeondßtr., Bei, Bac° di Vinb
,• •PIIILADELPIIIA PA
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0A 1 13411;
15, 1665., • • , AT HAVERESTIO
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GOOD NEWS I - GOOD , NEWS I
GREAT DECLINE IN PRICES
AT-THE Nil4-AND CHEAP CASH STORE,
'CORItER OF ITANOViii.e.RI) POMFRET S'pliETSd
Tite sobscribcr would
lie that he is teaching almost daily Prom the Eastern
ettles,n large Week° of Now and Cheap goods, such
,LADIES' DRESS - GOODS,
French - Mariam,
Ilia& and Fancy,
Plain and •
Fancy Do tainas, -
Plain and Fancy •
BROOHA LONG AND SQUARE,
' LONG AND SQUARE WOOLENS
BREATCFAST SHAWLS in groat variety
arid very cheap, -
CLOTHS AND - CASSIMEMS I
Black line _
Fancy Caceimores, '
. • Doeskins,
Black and Fancy
Over Coatings, Sattinotts,
Bleached and iltrochai
and Quilts. ---
Cotton Flannels '
Unbleached Mus Hue,
REMEMBER THE PLACE,
• - ON THE CORNER OF
DANOVER AND POMFRET STREETS,
the room formerly orenpled by
B. 11. J A MESON .4 CO.
CASH! CASII4I - . _.
- have this day commenced selling-of my entire Flock
of Wlntei Goods at greatly reduced prlcos for cash.
FRENCH- M CRINGES, _ 1155P5.
and other Dress Gm as, at Coot.
Shawls, Blankets, Flannels, Lindseys, gr.c., at very
CASSINBTTS, &c., very
lIAPIORALS, Lower than evert sold in Carlisle.
. MUSifiLS„ _ .., •
Gin (MS, Checks,
t the very lowest price.
All the best make CALICOES, at 124 ets
As my stock has hem bought sine° tho great do
uo in prices, mat bargalns•may ho expected. Some
skides less than 'Mid .to reduce my stock as soon as
possiblO., . .
BOOTS . APIO SHOES!
LADIES' MISSES. and CUILDREN'S Boots and
Shoes, of the very bast makes, at cost to dose out tho
s orb. 0. 0.
1867.. SPRING. ' 1867
NOW OPENING IN
WHITE • GOODS,
a NOTIONS, &c.
RING'S NEW STORE,
No. 55 WEST MAIN STILEET.'
Opposite the 51analon house, next to Post Office,
G ENT'S FURNISHINcI
V A RIET Y STORE
No. 13 South Hanover Street.
no subscriber begs boars to Inform gentlemen and
bousokeopers and the public generally, that bo has
now and will keep constantly on hands, a large and
elegant assnitment of GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
such as Cotton Morino and Woolen Shirts and Draw
ers, Hosierleas all kinds, Black and White - Kid Glass,
Thread and other Gloves, Neck TIOR, Susponders,
Handkerchiefs, Goats' Eraveling' Bagk, Linen and
Paper Collars, Cuffs Sc. Also, HOUSE FURNISH
ING GOODS, consisting In part of Cedar and Willow
Waco, all kinds, Chamber sots, Brushes and Combs,
all kintleatugs. Buckots, Foot Tubs, Soaps, Forlorn
orloc;Fens, Srationary,.&c. — Don't forget the - stand,'
•No.l3•Cienth IlediOvbr "Strout, two doors, South of
Waslunood's Grocery Store, Carlisle.
mae24 67-1 f.
OUT DRY GOODS NEN
TO TUE PUBLIO.
I havoJuat returned from thoßast with my Spring
• Steicy., and as usual. I ens selling Goods a little cheap
er than any other Dry Goods-11pm,, In 'town. I do
not thinit it necessary tO occupy ; a column of news•
paper to ond3aVor tchltoep up dy ., reputation for soli
pig cheap Goode, nor do I wish to resort any clap trap
to gull:the:public. All I e.g . of them to call ,aid
examine for,thomsolves, and if not satisfied with the
prices, not to buy. Remember the 'stand No.. 32,
North Hanover street, next door to Dr. Kleffor's, and
Miller k Bowers' hardware store. -
WM. A. MILKS.
P. S. Twill say nothing about my third and fourth
granu openings. , -
CORNEA Or NORTH HANOVER. AND LOUTH=
' 'STREETS, CARLISLE, M.
- I have Fortune the propriotor of this well known"'
Hotel, and by, tilet attention to business hope to
recolvo and difecrve a liberal shEire of tho publle pat:
rooms Ilaving long experienced Itt,the buelifess,
sope to be able to glvo general satisfaction to all who
will patronize me. All my old friends and acqualn:
fancusuro cordially invltedand as many now ones
An urn desirous of a hospitable reception.' - •
*ll-Charges reasonablo, and accommodations for
men and horsee.
qq IEMEERLAND VALLEY HOTEL,
conNEit. OE' MAIN & IMIDNORD STS., CARLISLE.
The undersigned drisirea to inform his friends and
the traveling public that ho'has taken charge of this
well known stand, and is propared.ld.fiCoomodate vis
itors with boarding and lodging on reasonable terms.
the table is supplied with the beet the market •tf-*
fords. Bit ,bar contains the choicest .of liquors.
Ills • departmolits are cometudious and airy: his
'efable is in charge of a careful and experienced ostler,
and ho hopes' to be able togivo entire satisfaction to
all hie gueste.•., • JOIIN B.FLOyD.
. may3,67ly. - , •
Late - Iliwait-11;ottse,
ainticsg P STATE & TUIIto 87 . ! 1£1/iT8,.
Inintediaidy ii fi:ont of the Capitol,
p. H. 110TOLUEION, rrop'r.
Ilarriallrg, Pa. -
Watchtqaleer- fr*l- J:clueleryi
•• • 1 kr0wry4•2.p.45 , 4., qcgti
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' aosortment ,Watehea,!,.Yeweliy, Elivor and
I . platud;Wire oonotantly on kkanA.! ,
'l3tiyFepLij rp*ppraiinie . ., ritPawrq 1.
Repairing of WatObee and Jowelri,p . roppy
:)114 II I - ,
; DRY G-0
No 47, NYest Main Stied.
Carlisle, Pa. Friday,
1100FLANTS GERMAN BITTERS,-
Hoofland's German Tonic.
Prepared byDr. C. M. JAMISON;
The Great Remedies for all Diseases
LIVER, STOMACH, OR
is composed of the pme juices (or, ne they arci'medicl ,
',ally termed, Ex -- tracts) of Root s,
The rb s and_Borks,' _oinking ft. propane ,
Ron, highly concen •
trilled, and entirely
kree from Al ahatio admixttßApfsmo
1100FLANDIS - GERIffi9T TONIC,
Ia n combination of nil the IngredienTS of the titters,
with the purest quality of Santa erne Rum, Orange,
etc., making one of the most pleasant, and agreeable
remedies ever &loved to the public.
Those preferring a Medicine free from Alcoholic ad
mixture, will use
Mofland's German Bitters,
--In cases of nervous depression, when comb alcoholic
stimulds is necessaryT
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN TONIC
should be Ilsed
The Bittern or the Tonic me both egnally'good, and
contain the same medicinal cirtaeil.
.. . . . . ,
The stomach, from a variety of causes, such MI indl
-gestion;- Dyspepsia, NerViwiti . Pcl,lllty,
eta, •Is very apt to CO hare its functions
deranged. The result of which is, that the
patient suffers from several or more of
the following diseases:
Constipation,' Flatulence, Inward Piles,
Fulness of Blood to the Head, Acidity
of the Stomach, Nausea, Heart
burn, Disgust for Food, Fulness
- or ' Weight- in - the -Stomach,
Sour Eructations, Sink- -
in g or Fluttering at the Pit.
of the Stoxp.ach, Swirammg of
the Head, Hurried or Difficult
Breathing, .Fluttering at the Heart,
Choking Or Suffocating Sensations when
in a Lying Posture Dimness of Vision,
Dots or Webs before the Sight,
Dull -Pain, , the -Head, Defi
ciency - of Pnifipiration, Yol
• lowness .of 'the Skin-, and
y e s, Pain in
the Side, Back,Ctest,
Flu s hes of Heat, Burning
in the Flesh, Constant Imaginings of Evil,
and' Great Depression of
Them remedies will effectually cure Liver Complaint,
Jaundice, Dyspepsia, Chronic or Nervous Deldlity,
Chronic. Manhunt, Disease. of the Kidneys, and all
Dlikattes - drilling from a DlPordefed-Liver, Eitomach, of
Resulting from 'tiny Mime - - whetoyeel —
PROSTRATIO,N" OF THE SYSTEM,
induced by Severe- Labor, Hard-, '
-- ships, Exposure, Fevers, -etc.
There fa - no Medicine extant egnikl to there remedies
In such cases. A tone and vigor Is Imparted to the
whole System, "the 'Appetite IsStrungth•
pried, food is enjoyed,
r rt, the !domicil digests
promptly, the blood Is purified, the com
plexion becomes sound and healthy,
the yellow tinge Is eradicated from the eyes, a bloom
Is given to the cheeks, and the weak and librvons In
valid becomes a strong and healthy being. -
' l'reons Advanced in. Life,
And feeling the .hand.nf weighing-heavily-upon.
them, - wlthialtirattendant Ills. winded the use of
this BITTERS, or the TONTO, nn elixir that wilt
Instil new Ilie Imo their veins, restore In a menenre
the energy and ardor of more. youthful days, build up
their shrunken forms, and give health and happiness
to their remaining years.
It lea wellestabllebed fact that fully onnhalf of the
female portion of our population are sel
dom In the enjoyment
r ft of good health; or,
to rum their own ex, t, • prexclon, "never feel
well." Thoy are lan gold, devoid of all
energy, extremely nervous, and have no appetite. -
- To this. close of pereona the BITTERS, or the
TONIC, la modally recommended.
WEAK .AND DELICATE CHILDREN
Are made strong by tho use of althorn( these remedica.
They will cure_overy caae_of MAlCAl3bit9,:wltheut
Thousands of certificates have accumulated in the
hands of the proprietor, tint space will allow of the
publication of but a few. Those, it AVIII be observed
era men of, note and of ouch standing that tiroy mob
•-Hon. Geo. W. - Woodward. .
' CAW' Justice of ihe Supteme Court of Pa., writes:
, • Phitedaphip, March 10,1807."
0.1 find iHoolland's German Bitters' It
a good tonic, 'useful In diseases oft ff the
digestive orans, and ' of great benefit In
cases of debility., and want of nervous ac•
tiOn'ln the 'system. Yours truly,
GIGO. W. WOODWARD..
Hon. - James Thompson.
Aldo of !hi Supreme Court of Pennsylvania.
Philadelphia, April 28, 1801
I consider tflantland's German Bitters valuable
medicine in once of attacks of Indigestion or Dyspepsia.
I can ceitify•tills•from my experience of-it. - '
JAMBS THOMPSON." .
From Rev. Joseph H. Kennard, HD.,
Pastor of the TVA Baykal Church, Philadeiphia.
Dr. Jackson—Dear : I have been frequently ro
gue-en:El to connect myiname With recommendations
•of'dificrent kinds of medicines, but regarding the prac
tice as out-of my op propriate sphere, I
have in•all- canoe 40 dined; but with a
clear proof hi yeti • one instances and
particularly in my • own family, of the
• Insefulness qf.pr,-.l.loottand's Oernian 'Bitters, I depart
fey once from my usual course, to express my full
'Conviction tint; for general debility of the system, and'
especially for Liver Complaint, it is a safe and unifiable
preparation. In some cases It spay fall; but usually, I
• doubt not, it will bo bencilciatto those who Buller
from the abode causes. , •
Yours, very respeettbllv - _
• • J. M. KENNARD,
Eighth, below Coates SG,
From Re 7 - E. D. Fondall,
-Assistant Editor Chrettisiri Chronicle, Philadelphia.
I have derived decided benefit from the use of Hoof
land'a German Bittern, and feel it - my privilege to ro•
commend them an a-moat valuable tonic, total whom
suffering from general debility or from diseases arising
from dorongomout , of the liver. Yours truly, •
IC t D•; ND
Honlhinala German Remedios Cult counterfeited. Sea
that thirtlgnatuco of ,O. M. JAURSON .
h en thu wrapper of cadi botti p.
All Whore nro coun torten... .
Principal Oillco and Manufnctory
at thu German Medicino fitoro, No. 031 All,ol.lBtroot,
• • ~ ,-- CHARLES .EVAHS, .
_...,_Germiin-DruglAstiPrWriotor' • ,
- 71 : ‘ ,Fpynarly_O. M. JA,O[l3Oll 6‘ 9 4:10.
For sale by all Dpiggl!i i ii and"Datilais in Ihdlcinek;
1:1001114d's German Illttaie;ppi..botge 641 00.1
• ! ' • o Ilia 'dozen '6 00
goo thuid'aerrai . 9l Tonto, pin tiri in friu - tl!ndlosit 60
. per tiottle; or iNdf, dozen ... 7.60
Do not forgot to examine well tpo &tido MI
bus, Is oxder to got the gamilnikg, •
- , '
u IT. GOULD TREASURER Or THE 130ROUGII
OF OAACISLII, FOR - TIIII YEAR 1807-8.
• • . I. DR.
To ain't Medicine Carlisle Deposit
Dank on notes 'discounted. $7OOO 00
To eash,ree . .iticiuu Samuel Wetlot,
--- Sc.,collectornor 1800.._..•
To each reed kiln Abr'm
-rise., fines. ••'" ,••
To rash reed from dos.• O. Thomp;
• son, ,Esq Sheriff, distributive
Lien of Doc.
... 8 o h u 3 ;11 3 loaf Mechanics rities .1. Weaver
To cask - feed from Market Stalls .
- nod Market master,
To cash reed from-Exhibitiml lima.
To am't o' Duplleoto of 1807. $5165 01
To am't of 11xonorationn 171 51 •
To awl outataudlog _O2O 87 $602 38 4472/60
To cash 14.0'd - from J. Campbell, —
Chief Burgess, flues.
- OR. .
Paid John Kramer, St. Cominiseloner, -
and employees • ' $2065 44
- Paid A. L.Spurisler,Trea_i_urer,„carllsle,,,- -
criffrlfturwairi - ca - ; -- . - 7 ~- - 1006 62
Paid Campbell & lionwood and OtSpra ' - '
for plumbing and ropairs to plugs, 200 00
Paid Satti'l Wetzel, Sr., and Henry L.
Mass, for roxenue stamps. • 21 88
Paid - 81thot. Smith and J. At J. Bolder, -.—
IM , lllacksinith Mg. - ~- • • 39 97
Paid D. It. Koller and others Interest ' •
on Doroiiigiliends. ' 624 00
Paid Interost on.. Judgment of Mrs._ •
• Wruden, vs Dor. Carlisle. - • - - . •_ -
.- BO 00_
Paid "Wm. Barnits, Interest of flora' -
bond. • -.. ti ,, , 22 02
Paid Carlisle )deposit'-fault 4iseount .
on notes SO 4 48
Paid Jproph Shump, for mason work
and laying etchings.. 120 00
Paid Bretton & Kennedy for printing...,.. . lB4 25-
Pahl Saro'l Wrizol fur damages In' ' -
opening Milet, . . 20 00
Paid Ephrlani Wetzel& for damages In
opening string, ' 20 00
Paid J. 51..Weaklny, Esq . ., profeoslottal
services in arson vane, 160 00
Paid 'A. D. Sharp, Kea., profeszinal sot ,
vices In arson eases, 160 00
Paid A, K.Rheom-fer services of De
tective, 130 00
- Pahl PoterSpahr for holding election _
. in liast Word, 10 00
Paid Jacob Bretz for holding election,
in West Ward. . 10 00
Paid David Sipe for Book Case for tho
Weigh Douse, -.-- 3 - 00
laid lioutont & Drothor for Lumber, • 976
Paid Doti, &A. Brnum, repairing liar _
Let lion .e, 69 22
Pahl Petrie!: Madden, elenuine eyeing, 137 50
Vaitt 0: 5.. itougheTatothers-pOll - 111.4 .
ordiniiiieu. le- 1 25
Paid liphriam Stool winding Mut rogu
latin ...clock, ' 20 00
Paid W, 11.1.1eCommon, street regula
ting, , , „ . - 12 00
Paid Jonathan Zeigler and others for _
atone, . .
. 65 72
Darn . A. Marlin, serv's election no-
tices, 2 510
Pal 1 an:, Wailer, serving election no
NM Walter 21 . Cloudy, rennieg Crave •
Paid .1 , Invx Armstrong, making Born'
Pohl .1. G. Strom; for ten mops,
old .I'G. Stroog, for surveying, 20 00
Paid .Itortitiutton and A. M. Piper for
stationuiy, 16 73
Paid A. Ithinolmrt - Bt. CommlsPlunor
for IN6O,- - - 392 20
NIA A. 0. Lino arid others, repalrlnq
Ras .ionps. . 112 43
- . -.
and freight, " - 48 1 )3"
Paid Join, Campbeiblelegraphlng 3 07
- Paid It: 31 , Cartneysxpenses in arson— • •- -
cas .s . 19 40
Ptltd„}:x irn appropriation to Good Will .., a
Fire CO.. 300 Cl
Paid extra appropriations to Camber
land Flit, Co, , ~ . aotv" , ciiP, -
I.'o Id 1,. A. blue for trees; - ' - 5 OP
Paid Gaidner h Co , for castings, . 31 05
Paid Wu,. Fenlcal and others for work
. an.Lrep ,Irs,___ _
Paid floury •mxton for hardware and
---1 oats, - 48 10
PAI.I. Cu tobeiland Fire Co., annual ap
propriation, 34 00
_s__Goodye'Rr. repairs to pump, .
Pald'JellorsonWorthiogton, .•. 299
l'aid Mr Bucher - and others stall rout a
Paid A. Della' qualifying council, • 275
Paid John Campbell,. expenses In
arrest for art,on, 21
Paid Sanal . Wetzel, Sr., tax re
funded, ~, ' 38
Paid 8. II Gould. salary as
lierough treasurer, 125 00
Paid A.B. Line, salary as market.
master, o ( 4 200 00
Paid Jolly, Kramer, salary_ no St.,
. AO 00
Paid Matthew .Neely salary as as..
Fikallltt St , eJmmissioner, 40 th r
Paid Wm Crozier, salary as high
cens , able, 400 00
Paid (leo, Taylor, salary its janitor
and lighting_ 80 00
Paid 8, D.l,laufp - tOn, - irth quarter's
salaryns hscretary to council', "
Paid Wm B. Putter. Esq , - 111,f6Filey
to__ council and prefessional
service. • • 26 00
Paid note In. Carli‘le Deposit Dank, 600 00
Paid rote In .Ctcrlisle -Deposit Bank, 1600 00
Paid cuusong nd D mengh -- bonds, ._l4lll 00
Paid C. D.-Boiler pal nt.t_ weigh scales, " 800
Paid Ileo. Firkil,ql. Swartz, 11. Gipp,
- L. Minim. G. Myers and Pat, ick
Madden, for pclice service during
the year, 2367 28
Paid .1, hn Stringfellow, salary as
" janitor to grave yard, '0 00
Paid 11 D. Quigley, salary as secre
tary to corporatioh, *" 130 00
Paid Empire Hook and Ladder Co.,
-annual appropriation, _ . 34 OD_
Paid Joists Campbell, for badges
and Rattles far police, 23 MI
Paid A. li. Rbeem fur Printing, • ~72 00
Pald S. 11. Gould. services In sit- -
thing Samuel Wetzel's account, lb 00
Balance inbatids of treasurer,
Statement of S. H. GOULD,' Treasurer of
the Borough of Carlisle, of the ^Bounty
account-for-the year 1867 and .68.
To am't ree'.a from 13am'1 Wetzel,
Sr., collycfor My Ma - '''. $947 27
To am't ree'd i . 1.0111 Homy L. ' t
Hecker. yoli.tctor f• r isis7. - - 8920 77
To em't reed from 'Andrew' Kerr, .
callectoi lire 1865 '
'.' 1183 07
To unit rec'd from Jacob llbeem,
treaEul or for 1868, " 1104 45
Paid bounty bonds and
Into oFt on 8 ,, 11111, - ' $3OOO 00 - ..
Paid - - C'srlislo--Vepoalt - •
Baulclntereht, on bouts- ,
ty unto' - 641 27
Paid Carlisle peposit _
Bank on account of . • ' - .
bounty nuts, 6006 oo
P,14 coupons on bounty
- bonds. . 1383 00 -
fold t-nm 9 Wetzel, Or., .
bounty tax - of L. Lei•
di.ls rvfuotled,2 76 . -
Tralsurer's coussulsion, • .
;., , 5 per et.on $12,163 61, 60 -81
lint. In bands of treas•
urer, 4 F 6 63 12,163 40
-Financial Statement of Bounty Funtl- . 9f Ma
.-------- Borough of..Carliqlo" . ..
'i`o amount of bonds payablo Juan- ' '''
ury lot 180,• • , ' $300d:00
To amount of bonds payable Janti• •
my-lot 1870,• .. ' - . , • 3000 00
To amoUnt of bonds payable, num- ' .
my lot 1871' 3000 00
To mount of bonds poyablo Juno
my lit 1872, • 3008 00
To tunonat of bonds pnyublo Jani • .
nry lit 873, -, 9000 00
To amount of Lbrids payable Joan-
nry 'l4 1874, • •• ' . ~ 3000 00
To amount of bonds payabloJanu• .
ary 1et,1878, . 8300 00
Du'othulpdo Dotioslt 11Snit - for boon- .. •' - '. •
ty purposes, 1004 01
• ' 24,E04 01
dirdltorft of tho Borough of Carlisle, do certify
that wo twat...n:l=lml .the foregoing Borough, and
Bounty accounts of S. LI GLIIILD, Borough Yleacurer,
and tlud a balanco duo bald Borough of $1 03, an also
a'halance due the Bounty account, of VA 03, .wit
_nans_ouduintlaAlds_ 24th day of March 1808.
D:QUItTLESIr A taitokr,
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DROWN & CO.,
Uwbrbila (. 1 ?z, Parasol MatiufliottyOrs,
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:''"PARBOII3,- \ -
JBUN Thilai:) . Bkg , AS,,' •
GlNGt(k.g 'SUN, unti3liy4,l,As,
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.DISTINGITISHED KISSING IN
When , the Cardi , al John of Lorraine was
• presented to the Ducheis of Savoy, she.gave
him her hand to kiss; greatly to the Ihdig
.nation-of the irate churchman. "Howinea
•dam," he; f.am I to be treated in
this manner? kiss the queen, my mistress;
and shall I not kiss you, who are-only a
duchess?'! .and without more ado, despite the
resistance Of the proud little Portugese priu
cess, kissed her thrice on the mouth before
ho released her with an exultant laugh. Tho
&eighty - cardinal was apparently of one mind
with Sheldon, who thought "to kiss ladies'
hands after their lips, as some do, is like the
-after eating Alio apple, fall to the
When Charles II was making his trium
phal progresses through p England, ceitaid
country ladies, who were presented to him,
instead of kissing the royal hands. in their
simplicity held up their pretty lips to be
kissed-by-tho , kinga -blunder no onowould
more willingly excuse than , . the 'red-haired
lover of Nell Gwynn;
Georglanna,_Duchess..of . Devonshire, - as
curxcaderi..will. remember,- gave -Steele, the
butcher, a kiss for his vote nearly a century
si nco; - and-another eqtially-beautiful-woman,--
Jane, Duchess of Gordon, recruited her re
-gitiient in' a similar manner. • Dun Can
konzie, a veteran... of Waterloo, died at Elgin,
Scotland, in• 1866." He delighted in telling
how ho kissed the DuChess in taking the shil
ling from between her teeth to become one
of her regiment the Gordon Highlanders,
hotter known as the Ninety-second. The
old Scottish votersit of 87 has left one behind
him to tell the same tale about kis - sing the
blue-eyed--duchess in the market-place of
The late Daniel O'Connell hit.upon inov
el mode of securing votes for tho'candidates
he had named at a cart in election, which
test, considering the constitutional tempera
ment of his countrymen, is 'said to have
proved effectual. He said, in' refeeence to
the dnfortunato elector _who should vote
against them, Let no.man•speak to_ him ;
ut no woman salute hitri.l2.
Gilbert Stuart, the portrait painter, is said
to'have once met a ladyin the street: of Bos
ton, who accosted him with, "Ah, Mr. Stu-
Art, I have just seen your likeness, and kissed
it brsause it was so much like you."
" And didit.libis you in return.,?"
said the gallant painter, " it was
not at all him me."
Some of reuders,_whottre mot se,young
as they have been, may remember the fa
mous Yankee kiss and kick of the last :king
of England before ho caw to his estate.—
While in New York,' the prince called at a
barber-shop to beshaved.'___Whon..the ope
ration was completed, he stepped up to
barber's wife, who happened to be present,•
and giving_her.a kiss; remarked
" There, now, you can sayyou have been
kissed.by n member 011ie royal family."-
chose to receiveras_nn lasiitt,aeized the:royal.
prinee,and helping him out of the shop with
his foot, exclaimed
There, pow, you can aay you have re
calved a royal kick from an. American frO9
Chevalier Bunsen, who rose from anfidth
hie osition in life to it great honor was a
a theologian, a character to which he most
aspired, he was severely criticised by the
celebrated • Dr. 'Merle D'Aubigne. • These
two sevens met at Berlin at the Evangelical
Alliance, held several years ago. Bunsen
kissed al orle. Of course the polite Genevian
could not but return the compliment. Great
was the ado' about the " kiss of reconcilia
tion" as the Germans called it, much to the
annoyance of Dr. Merle, wholiad no idea of
poinpromisingthe solemn writers of theole,
(,gy by a kiss. .13'e_ities,.h.e.said,..lie_prefe n ied
;the-B: 018h:custom - in kissing - to - We Ger an.
A delicate insinuation that, but the Pr, fes
sor meant nothing wrong, • (
• At. , Aoulogne, during • the reception - of
Queen Victoria, - "June, DM, s number of
English ladies; in their anxiety to see every
thing, pressed with __such_force-against the
- sol - diera who were keeping the line, that the
latter, in some instances t vvere obliged to give
way, and generally were—to,use the expres
sion of our poliCemen—"impeded in the ex
ecution of. their duty." The officer'in coni• -
mandi'ob . Serving the state of affairs, shouted
"One roll of the drum—if they don'tteep
back, kiss them all."
At the first sound of the drum, the En
glish ladies took to flight.' "If "ttieyTud
been- French." said a Parisian journalist,
"they would have remained to a woman."
Besieged by Cats
It is said that an enterprising Yankee hav
ing bought an island in the Ohio river, has,
stocked the same With black cats, intending
to go into the fur trade. This reminds us. of
a similar experiment, which was made many
years ago by a gentleman whn resided it
Maryland: The'idea struck him that the fur
trade was so lucrative it would be much bet
ter, to raise\ animals nearer home than the
regions of the North, and accordingly pur
chased an island in the Chesapeake Bay,
stocking it with the blackestkicd of cats.,- 7
He paid extravagant prices for the felines,
and all the boys in the adjacent country went
.extensively into the business of entrapping
iiilbuspecting Tornraies and Tabbies, which
were immediatelY - disposed.of and sent to the
The gentleman found-the cats were proli
fic, and was soon cempelledlo employtwo
men to live on the island and fieh witiv. seine,
in .order_tri supply them with food.--At first,
the fisherman had quite an easy time, and
readily supplied fish in • abundance for their
charges ; 'but the number daily increased,
until whole legions of black cats trooped over
the island home, devouring everything in the
shape of food, and the men found it hopes
sible to furnish the requisite amount of
rishment. At last it was - determined that
one of the men' should take a boat, and, re
turning to the mainland, report the alarming
state of air ire. ' During the absence of the
messenger, the cats became exceedingly bold,
-and the remaining party,learing for his.lifo,
locked himself up in Isle cabin and prepared
for a siege. .
The enemy, emboldened by•thla display of
fear, and • urged - on by 'hunger, -surrounded
-the tionse, climbed up the- sidei, staring at
tb a affrighted, man through the windows and
,kdoping! up the while the most
hideous caterwauling. Fie carefully stopped
up' every crevice save the chimney, but bear
ing end seeing ominous falling of soot, which
disclosed'a determination oil the part of the
besieging force to effect a surprise, a closed
that opening also; and filleawber , li waited
for "something to turn up," For t o days
and 'nights he was kept in this singular pri
son,"With the dreadful. bowls of famishing
Vats ever .'resounding in his cargo and.with
savage eyes glaring - at him continually.'' '•
At' length a party nirived.with guns, and
succeeded — lrr"sucoorierthe--hatin-from , .-his
truly,hwful position, but so-numerous Wore
'the, oat), so fierce .theiraspect and threaten.
jug Wept demeanor, that the reactiet and, the
rescued wets only too glad to leave this pan
deinonium'ofjet black oats,,gaunt and:t6ro- -
cious as Aim- were lioni 'Etatirallifif. - - 7- . T bi
aui male ; APB believe, ;. alth perished', nod; time;
ond4 one, of the; moat , es.tensivtrcat-FToaring,
. , ~'!„ .
Tux:"" sugar •Iveddlng, occarrlng • thirty.
days attOr marriage, is thoilast. ratitrtWonia. l
novelty., A bachelor friond ,at car of mir
wants to know how long artar - marrl' e til
ls that thovinegat 4 videlitig Piktiailiteal : ho'
can 011?' .:... ' .'..'., ' ::'-. ,1, *• ,, 1. , 0., 11::) r... 7
• - Tan most heautifullhand of worn:m-6440;
band :which despotism charity. „, .
•,... th' yi: k .
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Aitothirtimipenoo oi,TAtad.StOv#ns. l
,I3Migly'nestled,,,among thelmountains of; northern' I 'Verreont Iles ' good farming'
town of •Peacham: • -Sonie yeare.4 since ' 'the
.wiiteri'Whilii passing few i !menthe int)lat
hilly country; with thoinistor of ttio village;
Called one day an:swaged parishioner, Who'
lived in, a Small red house in.te outskirts'of
the town: It Was during the' - war, and - tbo
virinkledhands of the plod Woman were
employed in knitting atookings for the sol
diers. Of course tho conversation turned
naturally, upon Vie Ittlaire-of tho 'country:
While tslking of the army, •. the_ Prosiden
and Congress, the name of Stevens. wa
mentioned. .Instantly the large; black eyes
of our hostess, brightened, and' he said: ""It
was over there, on Abet farm, , , Thaddeus
Stevens was born," and she pointed *to .a
gray farm house, - insight, a mile or more
across the hill,. ,
"Yon knew him, then?" I asked.
"Indeed I did, ma'am :=' was the enthu7
'elastic reply. We used. to sit on the mime
seat in the , old wheel house down in the
hollow_yender." „ • .
It required little questioning to draw from
the willing_and garrulous.old soul tho story
of-the early. life of . Iher former schoolmate.
"The fathily were poori" she said,. "and
Mrs. Stevens was one of those hard working
mothers who toil from •morning_ till aught,.
week in and week out. She would have
worked her fingers 'to the-bone that her boy
might got book learning:— Thaddetis was - a
very sickly boy, and very lame. Folks
never supposed th_Ard be able to raise him.
But they did, Why I - remeniber him as
_though it were yesterday. He was still and
quick like; different from the rest of boys--.
and sometimes they'd laugh at him, boy
like, and, mimic his limping - walk. They
didn't mean an harm;* but Thaddeus was a
sensitive little follow, and it rankled. I'Ve
always thought perhaps that the reason he
has never been back to the old homestead."
"Are any of the family left here?"
"No, not any- near kin. The old folks
died many years ago, of course; for-I'm an
old wodien now," and she stopped to heave
a sigh eves tho dead and buriedyears. But, -
deary met how plain I can see that old.
school house. Sarah -Jones, she was our
teacher, and I remember she - used - to - go
round and tap mien the head with her thim
ble finger to make us sit still. - 'Pears to
sue, to this day, that I can /eel the dent of
Sarah .liones's thimble on my .hoa . d. I won
der if Thaddeus Stevens ever remembers
the old times—'Taint.at all likely. He's
bad so many other things to think of.' I've
heard be% got r to be a great man amongst,
'em there at Washington."
As I said, four years have passed since
the story was told me, and some items of
the account have escaped my memory. But
I shall never lose the Impressions of , that
sad, silent boy, plodding wearily and halt
ingly over those Vermont hills—smarting
under Pridieule,- and battling with poverty—
but full of high resolve, in spite of all
Who can tell hovv,rnueh of.the power which
hive been wrought,. in the character of
;Thaddeue"Stevens'by ;the cruel-etraggle of
eriithly - warfare! "Th. strength -of the
hills," I thought as I stood that night on
the steps of the low farm house, and saw.
the sun set -behind the - Green Mountains,,,
forty miles to the westward, while the '
crimson 'flush of the after- glow reddened the . ,
- white - hills-whose-pyramid=pasks-are sharp
ly defined against the skyas many.milee to - 1
the east. •How_many mon . who, a genera
tion hence;--are to stand as giants -among
their 'kind,. are to-day ,concealed among
these towering hills ? In how many obsure
homes a patient - woman labors, ready to
coin her life's blood, that the boy of her
pride may riso and shine, when her own
eyes are closed, and her own toil hardened
hands folded in their last—l almost said
their first—long rest ?-Springfield (Mass)
A VA.NIDIAN Olergyman not long since,
was called upon by an Irish girl wbq inquir
,bosly." He replied,- , 'A dollar and a half,"
and Biddy departed, A few evenings later,
on being summoned to the door, he was.ac
costed by the, same person, with the remark
that she had come to bo married. "Very
well," -said--the-minister ; but, perceiving
with astonishment that she was alone, be
continued, "where is the man?" An expres
sion of disappointment and chagrin, too lu
dicrous to hq_desoxibed,.passed.over-Biddy's
TeTit - cuiesas_she ejacilated r uend don't you.
find the man for a dollar and a half?"
The Vote of the Southern States.
The whites of Alabama, rallying under
the name bf I 4 Clonservatives,!'. but _acting
with the Democratio.party of the north,
haib determined-to run an electoral ticket
for President of the United Staten,in.the en
suing 'Presidential canvass, assuming that
Alabama is a State in the Union and enti-.
tied to her electoral ,vote: It will'not make
much difference how much they may do this,
unless Congress Should determine to have
the vote of ;the State received. and counted..
In the election of .1864, Congress passed a
law .declaring what States should be 'counted
and-what should not, and the precedent thus
established was acquiesced in by the whole
people. The present Congress will do the
same. If. Alabama be named among the
Statea to be counted, her vote will be re
ceived under the law, and not otherwise.
The purpose of these Alabama whites is
not to vote for this electoral ticket under the
new constitution, since that gives the blacks,
the right of suffrage, but to vote under the
old State laws, which would lot every white
rebel vote and disfranchise every black
Union man. An election of this lopsided'
character would of course be .a delightful
thing. for the Democratio candidates, who.
under it would . have the vote of, Alabama
without opposition. But the gentlemen who
calculate upon the same acquiesence of the
Reptiblicans of the North in any such pro
gramme are slightly green, to say the least.
They determined years ago not to let the
Republican party be organized at the South,
and, wo of the North determined just as sure•
ly that it should be organized. It has been
done, and they may, rest assured that either,
Alai:rims shall not vote at all this Presiden
tial election, or the Republican party.shall
have a full right of participation., ..
But this resolution to run an electoral
ticket affords Congress just the opportunity
that waeneeded. to bring -in Alabama as a
State under the, new constitution..."A, bill'
for that purpose has been prepared and is
now pending. „..;IttshoUld be put through at
01)CQ, sone:to ensure the„ participation of,
thellepublicans of Alabama - in any election
that may bo . bold -there for---' President' of
the 'United States. -If , the nlecAlon wore
,heidunder the old pijap lawsof, course the
registry could be thrown aside and 'thou ilia
rebels cooldall vote at random.' Mailer 1
action' has been' taken by the Rebolein oth
it is their calculation to Cetii..llkeiT,9o-. Of ill_
. the south, for the Aemccratiooandidatee.,
Under'such circumstances dongivSit.Will'
prevent much • cOnfusioui-eCintention , and
trouble .ilip_adinitting ' ;the tocenstrileted
, Sfidos!as:(aat 1111. , theY 1241Pr.fsEt4t) , ,$hem7,
110/X0 WA 4rg 1 07 64 0 0 A 6 1 ( 9=4 6 4. Pau
tkte:_roooretrooten,., litypii. and .. , then,,with
full,State Voiarnmentil ill JOHN' Did hpre
!mutative' ifk bOth Houses of Congressoand
a laW49Weil 0 60 114 0 g.ierlviklIttl*OR1 1, ,b,(1
coutitlid.p, r thR pleetion hr. sment,
diftleylty ttlIV be at ' fin ' end:.. Wa 'dor ribi
I liditbt i tho the whitestoold ill - liotorotork '
VI try; and wry, rtha Preside:War Abattoir ,
;under m Isi g
~,iory t, 1
0 1, - ,
IK I OI g V 6 IMO °Rs P l l ler " _ 4 49T2Putfa?? ,1Ad. I..ik.r ;
.1 ~ , t, ” ...,, 2 , : ,:',1: ..::., .•,-) .-:,,,.
r• NIX' 15:
4 , 1,10,,QHm0r. 4,the Freud whiehte
, abjed the DeiecotTepyloPetry• the - .
'iettiensteied by anti rredderal
thilVitutheAcstimony. taken. in the Contested'
election caseinCii.being tried, befoie,a_gtini
mittea of - the State Senatei:h*tneis . nithied
turalizatiola papers hid'asW-:uSecithat
thcise.Who voted on these Pap or had I , ,itEte,4. a %-
certain -styrol of tickets ; at:l4'4l6lk
of,these i bieta ho bad tiemtpaid• WO' bY-14,-
Catholic priest of Clearfield r eounty r . to letwo
the Stiitic , " This man's testimoky ,
froborated 34 the tickets ,attersvurds. found,
in the ballet-box; but the - main • fads, - thee-
Le had 'bean; paid $5OO-'to' , leave the Safe,:
that hetnight ribs, appear and. teatifyztethe
fraud, were , undorrohorated..:; - .ln the ,tribuq,-;::
obtain:Let...or the witness wantimpeaebed hy
tbeevidence of other witnesiies. brought for-
ward -by the Democracy to. swear,2they..
'would-not believe Win on his oath. 'Bin on
Toes(' ay,, ttie Clirii4x;'; iri , this 'transitCtinn
DeniOcratic, fraud ' was reached bjr 'the
ptairrince' of the Priest in question before
the Committee,. who Swore ne-paid- ShOUto
the'man,GMeara to leave the State and "not.'
'appeal and testify-to the 'fronds-10'11A
.knew had been con - mitted by the Democracy
of a certain :election district in. Clebrileld
county,iii voting men on forged naturalize
tion papers._ . Here is the fraud:plainly, and.
solidly established. It is traced - to the city
of Philadelphia, where Men had been en
gaged to - prepare these forged naturalization
papers; his traced to the Democratic State
Central Committee; it is traced to Clearfield
county; it is brought out in the evidence of -.
the hired,agent of the . .. Democratic leaders
of Pennsyivania, and it is corroborated by
the Catholic Arial jvhi? paid the money:
$6OO, to induce the absence of the witness
to prove tha fact. A plainer cede of _villainy.
was never made out. , It fixes, beyond all
doubt, the fraud-by which the Democracy
of - Pefins'ylVania carry elections; 'OM - it
leavetc the Democratic .State _Central C 06- -
mittee in the attitude of an organization.
conducted with a purpose to induce fraud at -. -
the ballot=boz and defeat theendeof justice
- where, the right is to be vindicated. -
he it not clue to the' Catholic church that --
the ' Bishop,.•. under. whose control is the
Priest who figures in this disgraceful bust- ,
ness, at once bring that functibriary to an
account; as he hall unquestionably compro--
mised hie calling as, servant of God; rind
'lowered the dignity of the sect Of which he
Is ID mean a member? No sect can 'afford
to recognize men as its representatives such
as the Clearfield county priest who, by lend
ing himself to further-the-foul corruptions
of the Democratic leaders, deserves to lose ,
the confidence of the people he Professes to .
instruct in honesty aim honor.—lia - rrisburg
TAB ABSORPTION OP' POLAND.
It appears to be the general opinion in
Germany and Prance that the recent visit
of Prince Napoleon to - Gortnany - Vairmado
for a political purpose. No official or semi
olllcial_statement on tho subject hits been
published, b - ut it is naturally surmised that
Franco is desirous to securu the friendship
and cooperation, of Prussia for sown part bf
her foreign - pro 74;mile. - 1f this supposition
is correct, the visit oi 'the "Red. Prince" •
must have concerned the Eastern question
v__ which both France and Austria liasteieL
months been most -anxious to enlist the
- sympathy - Aif - Prassia. The Article-of-tho--
Neue Pred.se of Vit sine, one of the
best political papers of Cootteental Europe,
which states the object of the visit. to have
been to linld a contort:nee with tho singers
of the treaties of 1816, for the purpose of
bringing about a joint protest against the
absorption of-'Poland, is in itself very plan- -
Bible, and probably not far from the truth.
But whatever the Motive of this mission
-of-Prince Napoleon to Germany may -have -
not hesitate even offleiotlx, Jo attack the
foreign . policyof 3ussia, espeadisr in - 1116". -
Eastern question; und_ttfe language of both
Goveininents r lowtiFd Pi oasis is invariably -
most friendly. One of the principal charges -
which Austria - and France—and 'on this •
question they have the .full stippert of
England—bring against Russia is that of
i - fielcitiby - th - ii - FH-t tom! arfaifaein3nts - of -- - -
1815—a ridiculous charge, if we consider
the Emperor of Franco has more than_
once denounced these treaties as,detestable, ,
and that, in 1869, his aid alone enabled
Italy to undo an important part of these
treaties, and-wrest a largo province from
the Emperor's present ally, the Emperor of .•
_But though France, Austria, and England
may have no right to remonstrate _with.
RussiecagalnstNioraling a treaty for- whleli -
neither of them has shown a great respect,
a joint intervention, diplomaticor otherwise,
in behalf of Poland, would bo enthusiasti
cally applauded by ell _ parties in. Europe,
especially by the Liberals., The decree for
the absorption of Poland into Russia is..an
-act of - mouetcoue iniquity which has hardly
a parallel in the history of the nineteenth
century. It is difficult to see hew' a Gov
ernment, in many respects so far-sighted as
that of Russia,_and which, in the Eastern
question, pleads in justification of its plans
against Turkey the rights of the Christian
nationalities of that country, should ever
have conceived the, idea of suppressing, by
decree, a nationality.
141 1 lbiai.after _defying tho remonstrances oi
public opinion and common sense in this
question may bo too proud_ to tqind the pro;
tests of other European powers. An this
case we should have another European com
plication, in which, however, the circum
stance that Austria and Prussia are . partners
-of the wrongs of Russia against Poland
probably, be sufficient ' prevent ;a-,
European war.—N. Y. Tribune. -
4;FLON ' IDA ELECTION ORDEle:—Gon Mends
bfaskuit issued orders for the . election in
Florida to ratify the new_ constitution, and
to elect officers of the State and Represent
atives in -Congress,. on • the first Monday
Moeda,' and Wednesday- in May. Ho or
ders that all bar-rooms and salodns in tho
State shall be kept closed on the day ef elec
tion, and closes his orders by saying that
coutrect or agreement with laborers
Made for the purpose of controlling their
votes, or of restraining them from voting,
will. bb 'permitted to be enforced against
thern in this district."
The Nation, admittedlo bo One of our
- very best national publications, -.with a
strong tendenoy to,oonservatism in poli
tics, spells as follows of the reconstruct
tion measures , of Congress:
The reconstruction poltepof Congress is
not a thing which-hnsbeen rushed into hasti
ly. 'twee approached by slow degreeS, and'
maturely weighed ; 'and although the nets
in which it. has been embodied were drawn
with needless baste; the plan as a whole is'
unassailable, or assailable iinlyby those who:" , have. nothing to' offer in its place except
Andrew , Johnston's dictatorship, and their
attacks are, and always have been,. quilt"
harmlese.7 Moreover, we do not think thorn
has been any general• impatience about the
itrolongation Olmilitary government at the -
South. !rho' country was quite propaxed : io.,'
hbvo it protracted till' after the next Pre.,
deutial election, at least; and few iron m
have given any attention to the conditien.of.
the Bouth,, and have not, been delcded.into
.the belief that there Is soniethliti magicai in
disfranchisement- and impaitial ,'suiTragek
think ULLA : OII wise to withdraw the troops be
fore that time..
HABTy LEIUSLA:rION —A Uhibtdelphitt:eor
respondent says on this subject! ' , Promise "
hat been _made upon .behalf of the
Legislature: that_great tia'rO abbot tr
in the ;work nt both - - gone ed; so • that nothingi .
*nub! 'be' 8416yred: to be 'pestle d. that wee tint!
at last tfictroughly•understood. The:lirttek
Ainoibf, passing-bills by the hundred by.,
Itkties, morely, , it'-was declared, ShoUld
ger, Aird , 'we - gettiinri..when' , nearm.he
dose of-the iteSsion, to'lhe Diatom Of 11867
find mnit tire; expect tir.treai:verY soon of the
Atniatinbly4hiett reit:abets Of the Leg...
isistorre!trilf gratielY:tell uti 'waif never
ftrivifite:h4tiay , fiever k4w *lttah.they
stn f' k'y tbucihithe)iame thingln , ,
aUlliatii . 1111 ' d
guehaMin.fia,ii ileit,da4',iitad 'with' the exdop-,-,
xiorl 1 : ilto1 1
,41n4:;,n0 'grOht' rortatet
d4 l } Ige be4kOlitiiitted' ihs.friSehert;, , :::
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