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:LVEW AD VER I;,.E.liff EN TS.
wnEREAS, tp tind hy an Ant or Qualendiril'Aiisem
bly of tho Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, enti
tled " An Act relating: to Gm elections of this commons
wealth," tossed on tho 3d day of July, Anno Domini,
1839, it Is made the duty of the Sheriff of overt' County
• within this Cominonsivalth to givo public notico of the.
General Elections, and.in such notico to enumerato
-Ist..The Officers to be elected.
Designating the places at which the election Is to
ho hold. Therefore..
JOS: O. THOMPSON, High Sheriff of tho County
of Camboriand, do hereby make known looh givOlds
public notico to the electors of t h e County of Cumber
land, that on Tuesday thd lath day of October next an
oleetiou will be hold at the several. election al:nark:is In
said cow:dye:it which Onto they will,voto by,ballot for
Ono parson for Auditor General of the State of Penn.
Ono pefoon for Surveyor Goneral of the State of -Penn
One pereon.to represent tho 15th Congressional Dis
trict, composed of the , c'ountles of Cumberland, Perry
and York, In tho Congress of ,the Unltpd States.
One person to represent the 18th Senatorial District,
composod of the counties 'of York and. Cumberland, in
the Sendrerof Pennsylvania:'
On parson to represent tho county of- Cumberland lu.
tlio.llouso of Represontatives of the State of Pennsylva
nia " •
Ono person?for District Attorney pf the county of
One person for Commissioner of the county of Cum
Otte perAon for Director of the Poor of the-county of
One person for Auditor of the county of Combo:hind.
One person fur Coroner of tile County of Omnberland.
' One person for Comity Survoyor of the comity of
The said election will bo held throughout the County
. . .
Tho election in the election district composes! of the
borough Of Carlisle and the townships of North Middle
ton, South' Middloton,Lower Frankfurt', and Lower
Dickinson, will be hel nt We Court Hume In the bor
ough of Carlisle.
The election in the election district composed of Low , .
er West Pennsborough township, Will be held at the
North School Houso in Plainfield.
The election in the election district composed of Silver
Spring' township, will ho held at the public house of
Geo. IC Duey, in Hoguestown in said-township.
The election in the election district composed of Hamp
den township, will ho held at the public house occupied
tiy Miles Crowley, in said township.
The election in the election district composed of the
township of Upper Allen, be. held at .the public
Loose of Joshua Culp, in Shopherdstown. •
The electionin the election district composed of "Slid
dlesex township, will he hold "itt the Middlesex School
• • . •.
The election in the election district composed of the
township of Lower Allen, will be held at the wagon
mvker shop ofJonas Ilunchbarger on Slate 11111..
The elattion in the election district COIIIIIOR4 of East
Penusborengh township, will ho held at the house of
L. S Hatfield in West Fairview.
, The election tone electionof New
Cumberland, will be heist t isoo iot se now kept by
Witlinin Bell, in the borettgrof New Cumberland.
Via election in dm election district ceniposed of the
North Ward of-the Borough of Neclilihisburg, at the
North west corder of Market Nouse in said borough.
The election in the Zleetion district composed of the
Smith Ward at the llorellith of Mechanicsburg, at the
South-west our, of the Nerket Nouse, In said Wrong!.
The election in the election district composed of Mon
roe township, will- he held at the public homarkept by
A. to Norsk, in Chnrehiown, in said township:
The election in the election district composed of Ponn
he held at tliteliritThritrfay - aThifplthUtry -
Jacob Redsecker, In said township.
The election in the election district composed of Upper
Dickihson, will be held at the house dow occupied by
Joseph K nettle, known as the Stque-Taverno
The election in Ute tiliou--111s - rrict composed of, the
borough Of Newvillr - and townships - of Mifflin, Upper
Franklerd Upper Went Plainsboro, and north ' Newton,
will be held at the Public School Noose in the Borough
The election in the election district composed of the
borough of Newburg and Holfewell townithip will be
held in the public School Ilbuse, in the borough" of
Newburg: " " -
The election irethe election ilistrlet composed of the,
borough of Shippensbiwg, Shlppenstiorg Township and
that part of Southampton township not Included in the
Leesburg election district, will he held at the Council
House In the Borough of ShiPpensiturg.
The election in the . election district compotes] of
s igiwer Sotithampten townslilKwl II he held at the house
forineily . occupled by Win. Maxwell, in Leesburg.The zinction hi the election district vonipmied of South
Newton township, will be held at the School house in
Ile - shall give natleolliat every person. excepting jus
tices cf the pearo,who sled) hold any office or appointment
of profit or- , trust -maims tits government of Doc
United States or Of this State, or "Af any city
or • incorporated district, whether it commissioned
officer or otherwisea subordinat e officer or
agent, WllO is, or be, employed under tho
legislat are, executive or officiary depart -
moot of this Stateor of any city or incorporated district,
and also that every motnbei of Congress and of the State
legislat ore, and of the select or common occitticil of Oily
city, or commissioners of any incorporated district, is by
law i urapable of holding or ex.weisilig, at the same
tinfO,llc office or typo...at of Judge, inspec tori or
clerk orally electtou of this COIIIIIIO nwealth, and that no
inspector, j u dge, or other, officer of uny such 'election,
shall lie eligible to any .office to he thou voted for; but
.nothill., heroin shall be so cons,rueli as to prevent any
or iforoifgh officer from serving us judge,
lipipector or clock at nny general or special,
election; law shell nOr Thing - hertiM
fairly,' la, soconftrued as to • prohibit a judge
inspector 01 clerk of election from living voted for to fill
any town-111p office, or render cit her or tine of • f twin in
eligible to hold the sante.
Particular attention ix directed to the first section of
the' Act of Aseenibly,,passed, Ihr 311th day 4,1 March, A
D. 1860, "An Art regulating Ito manner of Voting at
liiections,c hi - the sole - rat , °unties of this €01111114511-
"That the qualified voters' of the several antintles' - of
this Commonwealth, at all, gouorul, townsip, borough
and special elections, nee ilerOby, authorized
and required to,,vote. by tickets, printed er writ bn, Or
- partly printed and partly written, severally. classified
as follows, One ticket shall um brace the names of all
Juitgen of courts voted for, and to lie labelled, outside.
"judiciary:' ono ticket shall embrace the
.ininies of- all
Stets officers voted fur, tint be one
tick t shall embrace the : names of till county Mlle ers
voted for, Including of Senator, member. and 1114 , 11lberti
of Assembly, if voted.tbr, and Members of Cougres•, if
voted tor, and be - labelled, °county:" one ticket shall
embrace the mimes of all township officers voted for,
and ho labelled, "township:" am ticket shall ; embrace
the names of till borough officers voted fur, and be la
belled, "borough:" and each clues shall be deposited in
sepitrato ballot hopes?'
In accordance with the provisions of the Silt section'
of an act ontitled "A further supplenmit to the Elec
tion 'sal, of this Commonwealth," I publish the
'Misfit:As, By the act of the Congress of the Coiled
States, entitled "An Oct to amend tin; several acts here
toforo passed to provide for the enrolling and calling nog,
the national forces, and for other puribeie," and approv
ed litarchOtbone thousand eight hundred and sixty-lire,
all.pugaaus_whodtayndeserteltho military or naval ser
vice of the United States,and - who have Mt helm dis
charged or rollovod from lle penalty or disability.there
in provided, aro deemed and taken to have voluntarily'
relinquished end forfeited their right of citizenship and
their rights 'to beffoine citizens, and are deprived of ex
ercising any rights of ell's°. thereof:
And wilicreSs, Persons not citiSolls of lion United States
ero not, under the constitution and laws pt . Pennsylva
nia, qualified electors of this Commonweal Hit
Scrams 1. Be it tinseled, fie., That I& all elections
hereafter to be held in this Cminionwealtli, it shall IR,
-unlawful fer the judge or inspectors pfitny ouch elec
tion to receive any ballot or ballots froth tiny pornous
embraced in the provisions and subject to the
disability inipo. , l by, said act of Congress, approved
March ad one h tread eight hundred and sixty-live,
'and it shall be 4,wful for any such porsbu s to offer to
veto any bollot • r
SECTION 2. 'flint if any each judge or inspectors of
election, on any ono of them shall receive or consent to
receive any snob inilawlnl ballot or ballots from any
• Such dlsqualltiod person, he or they so offending shalt
be guilty of a misdemeanor, mid upon conviction
thereof in any court of sessions of this 61111110 S wenit
Ito shall, for notch 'offonce, be sentoneed to pay n unto of
• not less than ono hundred dollars, mail to undergo an'
Imprisonment - in the jail of rho proper county foe not
less than sixty days. '
SECTION' S. 'flint if any person deprived of
/and disqualified as SfOreSSid, shall at any election here
after to beheld in this commoniiealth, vote, or tender
to the officers thereof, and offer to vote, a ballot or bid- !
lots, any person so offending shall hd guilty of a mistle•
.. 4 rioanor, and on'conviction Otero( in any court of quar• I
tOr sessions of this cminionwealth, sliall , for each of- '
fence lio.punkilualin likewlsolartnner tto provided, in the
proceetlingaealon or this act in MHO of ollleora of oleo
' lion receiving such unlawful ballot or ballots.
Scariest 4. That Hotly person shall hereafter persuade
'or advt.,' any persoii or persons, deprived of citizen- ,
ship ant disqurlillet.ras aforesaid, to offer any ballot or
. baliolabo the officer of my election hereafter
In this comtlionwoalth, such persons so offending shall
ho guilty of a mistionmanor, and upon conviction, therm.
°finny court of quarter sessions of this commonwealth,
shall ha punished In a like innunor as Is provided in
the second Erection of this act in the cam, of officers
of such election recolving such unlawful ballot or bal-
Agreeably-to-the provisions of the skty-first - section
of said act, •'Every °moral and Special 'Election shall
bo.open between the hours 61 eight and ton ht the fora
noon and Shall continue open until seven o'clock In the .
evening, when the polio shall ho closed,'!
Pursuant to the provisimis contained in the seventy=
sixth section of the. act first aforesaid; the judges of the
'aforesaid districts shall respectively take charge of the
certificates of return of tho election of their respective
districts, and produce them at a meeting of onto judge
from 'each .district, at the Borough of Cm lide, one the
third day after the election,holtig, for tlid present year
ON FRIDAY, TUE 101711 DAY OP OCTOBER NEXT,
then and there to do and perform the duties 1011111 ml by
law of said judges.
Also—That whore a judge by sickness or unavoidable
accident, is tumble to attend sucka..meeting of judges,
then, the certificate or returrAforoesald shell be taken
charge of by one of the Inspectorif or Clerks or the elec
tion' of said district, whe.shall do and perform the du
ties required of sold Judge unable to attend, ,
Given IffinfOr 'my s hand,- at Carlisle, this 71.11 day of
• Soßt. 11, 1808.
M. MYEREIv 1...,MYE10, J. LIVIN GSTON
M. )S1 YER B• & • CO. , •
,1 7 9:71V.T.ESALE . GROCERS,
HAVE- REMOVED TO ;
.No, ;105 . ARoll
.24July 08 7 (Itne. ' •
, I101[1 : 1T01111,1 * T . 0 11
SCRATCH I ' SCRATCH I I SCRATCH I ~
• In 'Onto 10 to 48 hours.
‘ l ' Wheaton's Ointment „, cured' The itch. • •
___Whoston's 01nOnorit, Crass' linit Rheum
• Wheaton's Olnrcoont, cures - Tottor.
Whenton's Ointment „cures Berbers'_
Wheaton's Ointment MIMS Old loges..
• Whenton's Ointment; cures Erery kind •
Of flytraps like Magic:
Use, 50 cents it boxy by pail, GO cents. Address
• 19201:IIS & tygoblugt4totigo.
Siam • - ' -
Nor Bale hi all:Druggists.
Vlt SALE. , .
• Very dealreble On 'West
betwomyeAtfret tiouth. - roahpealou given
November 16th, , if doelre•. Apply-to
O. it. VAL Li IMF, •
141111 at*. , ‘
RatlEW.g , HALL
SHERRY'S NEW YORK THEARE
• For Three. Nights Only,
Cd3IMENOING , THURSDAY, SEP: 24
VALUABLE FARM - •
AT PUBLIC SALF.-
.:On Saturday, October, 17th, 1868
The subscriber as Executor of tho -last will and
-toslament of Samuel aiusslomitn, dec'd null
'at public 1310, nn the Premises, that valuable traa of
Limestone Laud, situated In Silver Spring township,
about 3 tulle West of the villag] of New Kingston,
and about miles East of Carlisle, adjoining lands.
of James 1301, - Samuel Ilenvoingor,- Henry 'Kanhga
and othoriCcontaining 130 Acres more or lose. Thu
liar isburg Carlisle and ChAmbersburg turnpike
passes through the farm, and the Improvements con
sist of 0 TWO-STOItY WEATHEIVIIOARDED 1101.18 E,
and WASH HOUSE- ' , HANLE DANK 11211 N, 76 by.4o
feet, Wagon Shed with Corn Cribs attached, Carriage
11001,1, llogYun and all other necesslry out-buildings.
There are two Wells of water and a cistern upon the
pktuisen, and a OrelMrd of Choice Fruit f dilTere
kinds, the fences are in gond order, about 20 Acdoy
are re 'red with lino thriving timber, the roeidJdo
ereared, ve and in a high state of cultivation and has
Lan recently litned,• any person wishing to viola
tho s3lne cmn do so en or before the day of sale.
Salo to commence at 1 o'clock P. • 31., of said day,
when terms and c9nditions will be made' known by
.3011 N 3IUBSLEMAN,
Pscp CS : t s
A VALUABLE LIME STONE
TIL FARM FOR SA LE. .
Sltnitte.about 1 1 4 mike South West of Carmelo,
owned by David it. Lerew, containing about 90
ACIt ES, nearly ^all cleared; under good lettere and in
a.hlgh state of - cultiyatlion
:rho imprnyernents are n commodious TWO STORY
LOO TIOUSB, WEATITERROARDED, email FRAME
11/%101 and other, coot .. .relent' but.huildings. The
owner paving. removed from, tho county Is desirous
of disposing of the shorn remises which will be
dot., nl, terms adrantarenus to the purchaser. The
close prothnlty to the borough renders this property
Ono of,the most desirable Investments of any now in
_y, torm Lt,•:,. apply to A. L. SPONST,EII.
• _flea]. Estate
TWO NEW •TWO-STORY BRICK
ES6EWIEF; AT PIM' kTE' SA LE
Sltente on West Pomfret. street. in the for ugh of
Ctlll.l6;iiifißrirbytliNflti , " W Weaver, eaCh hultding
contains twenty fest in front and twenty-eight In
depth. and has a TWO STORY BRICK BACK
lit/114)1NQ attached, having line and Water
ductl, with all the modern improventents. The
buildings are just lion ly built, In the. best ptatsiblo
or der, the lots extending back - from thie — straet 120-
For Loirraq Ac., apply to
A. L. SPONSLEIL
Reel Estate Agt
TRAoT OF MOUNTAIN LAND
Hine le Mena, one toile West of Sterrett's - nap; in
nun II too:10)1N Perry, cannly t lately owned by
Coot Jae. 11,hite. ern tnlui rut .16 Aci ea all but about
ts of o hieh are enorred with ellostna timber a the
heel reinality. Apply_t,6 SPONSLEII.
I Seep 63.
~P II I L-1 P 111 L L,
No. 201 Church Street,
,b - o• Enyoming and List
N: It. 11/ ENTI'd I, CAM I'AIUN
'25, 2n. d'n al, On per hundred.
621_01 )P SKIRTS 628
W.M. T. HOPKINS,,
No. 628 A reh Street Philadelphia.___
MINUFACTURI:II Or Too
CELEBRATED 1100 P
roc LAN CL, M ISSCS AND CLI I LDREN
The largest scsortnient,utal heal quality and styles
to the A Inericurt Marl:Ft. } - A-Cielf - lade should try them,
as they recontmetrd thentielvei by scouring longer, re
tainbus their shape !ouch bettor, being lighter and
snore dastic than all othors—W ARRA NTEtr in every
respect, and sold at very lore 'prices. Ask - for
noPiiiNS"-C,3l.kM PION' SICIIIT.
Soperior Hand-made Whale-Bono CORSfaB fn
fifteen different Grades, including tlso "Instserial"
and L LANdOON'EI " GLOVE PITTING"
CORSIiTS, rouging in prieco from 81 Canto to 55,50:
tresother with JOSEPH IlseKbl.'s CELEiIjtATELf
5R:SN(111 WOVEN- CORSETS, stliserior shapes and
quality. Tell different Credos. Irons 51,10 to 55,50.
They are Otto floes , and beet goods itd the prices,
ever invportred. The Trade supplied with 1(001'
sKiitTri andoilitirr3 at the Lowest Rafe:. -
Thom" visiting Cho City should not frail to *call and
°amnia° on r Co- Is and Prices,. niodefy ail corn
EYRE & LANDELL,
Fourth & Arch sts...bidia
GOOD BLAOK SILKS,
GOOD COLORED SILKS
• FANG'S?" AND S I P4i 3 LE, • -
LYONS SILK, VELVETS, -
. KEW STYLE SHAWLS.
NEW DRESS GOODS,
000 D BLANKETS,
SHEETINOS AND SHIRTING/3, --
CLOTHS AND CA851MERE5......... •
11.—Now Geode received daily in largo lota for
L , STRAY 'INIOTIOn..—Loft 0i reel-
LUdonce of the nub”rlborTat! tho 21th AIL, R.
WHITE AND RED SPOTTED COW,
about. 12 yearkold. A liberal reward will bo paid for
JOIIN 11. TREIIITLIIR
ep 'lt °.
fiI 4 STATE NOllO _ - •
Lettete of Administration no the ratato of Mins
:mania Ste rm; Info of the nornlgh of, Car Ilsie,
loving been leaned by the itqlster. to the ender
signed residing In snid Itorinmh, all persons knowing
thernselves Indebted to said estnte will , mnlce . pny
ment and those having airtime will present them
for settlement trr
'.•. . - _ • MARGARET y cd i , f ;h, gTtlitisji x
o K to her Attornoy_o. P. HUM RICA.
20 West Main Stroot, Carlisle
.. --- ' -
TO TIIOSE INTERESTED:
We pro fully prepared to nuke out papero and
prueoeuto claime before the board of Commketone.;
appointed to. fleeces .abd apprAble damage euetaluod
durlug the late rebellion. , • ' , -
JAS. A. DlTlsTitAlt,
JAS. 11. '
, Offico N0.,7, Ithuom'a
FIVE HOUSES FOR SALE.
The und•relgned oiler at private min, Ilvo new
7' WO STORY DUMB, with "VIVO , mots BACK
LDIN oit Each Iltrum . co ta I rts six meta a,- fin Mod-
In the befit style. • The lots nre 200 feet •de0p.......-The
Powwill betsold dogother, or_eoperately, et
low ratra.andosey terms..
For fartheit'partinulare bug - Miro at
- ..11ELANOY SIIROBIT
Coal 'arid Lumber Yard.
4 1°P 4 P . '•• •• • ' '
. _ . .
"ITALIAN BEES . Ikilt SALE.-The anbs'eribanlinvlneiwouniulatell a largo. ripmhor.
of colonies et Italian Wien' Will dispose d( them lhls
i all at - reasonable prices. Parsons wishing ,to w
hine will call ia, my Apiary and select tor thorn.
elves. MO' lee: , pure Virginia Honey, made lige
a eaten by the above bees also, for sale. - •- -•.-•
. • • ; 100 South Hanover SC, oarliale.
14 0 410 . • ,.., ' - .:; A • .- •'. • - _ ,
" :ADV R SEDIENTSI.
.BEAUTY, • ..
Tho undersigned baying returned from the cities
with a large stock of goods, Invite the attention Of
all who satisfaction - to - call - and - examine their
stock consisting in part of,
such As 1.11
and otiler'varlotiestif -
which they challenge thArade to compete with fool.
log confident that they can sell hotter stoves lor,less
money than any grin in the country. The attention
of the public is Invited to their choice selection et
.35 and 50 eft;
PARLOR AND OFFICE ETOI7Ep.,
among which ran be round
- - - OPEAR& OE LEI3RATED ,
Burning Parlor Heater)
in fact they can photo you with Striven of all kinde
at prices which dofy competitioo.
-P U M PS
for.doep Wails and Cisterns constantly' on hand.
Their stock of goods comprise 'every thing kept In a
first clans furnishing Storci., such as
FLAT IRONS, -
COAL 'SIEVES, • • s •
4 SHOVELS and POKERS,
TOILET WARE, •
. FOOT TUBS,
• INFANT BATH TUBS,
CHAMBER SETTS, dm.,
()omit AND BRASS DIPPERS, .
wnovallT IRON PANS AND LADLES,
CAKE P . ANR AND 111OULDS,
SPOONS, KNIVES AND FORKS; -
AND ALL KINDS OF lIOLLOW WARE.
Fire Bricks and Orates for all kinds of Stoves,
aonotantly on band. lloynton .11aia Burning
Flre.Pleee Heater, similar to the Latrobe. — Ton Plate
Stoves, PORTABLE •and STATIONARY HEATERS
and RANORS of tho diffetant toinuflieturers and
, , -Tin and Sheet - Iron
01 nil kinds constantly on hand, manufactured by
the best jyorkmon of the' beat material. Buying
stork in large sots for the cash .they are enabled to_
sel l at mall advance!, all they ask Is a rail from you
to examine their goods and price list altor which
they - feel certnin.you soil! buy no whom else.- Their
tto "lire and let lire"
Old S o?oc taken in exchange, NO. 00 North tlan•
offer Street. .
T II E. LE Nj
T_Mit .- 17.1 - EROVED ORIENTAL
Base Burnin . g Coal Stoves,
and Parlor Furnaces,
oo i aeolve.l Four -Firs , Class Premiums at thu
Noir York State and ethos Fake. Al
eat SEINER NI at tint Fair of the
Ameolearf ht•titute held la the City of
New Vert, IS6O.
TIIEY ARE PERPETUAL BURN ERR. oNLY ONE
FIRE BEING REQUIRED, .TO BE MADE
THEY ARE PERFECT VENIILATORS OF THE
TUERE CAN 111 NO
THERE OAN BE NO CLINKER . Olt D EL tO TO
'HE FIRE WILL RE , IAIN FOR OkYS WITHOUT
THE ILLUMINATION I 3 EQUAL TO AN "OPEN
THEY ARE- POWERFUL HE\ TEES AND YET
PERFECTLY ADAPTED TO MILD WEATHER.
THEY ARE THE MOST ECONOMICAL STOVES AND
FURNACES , EVER MADE.
THE FURNACE WILI.II . EAT, SATIMACTORLY,
I.OTII AN UPPER AND A LOWER ROOM
WITHOUT ADDITIONAL FUEL.
The following nrt a few of the many references to
persons who hod, been and are no'w using the
'•Orlental,' and to whom we confidentially refer fbr
testimony as to its great merit.
11. E. Drool ldi I, Dr. D. 51oln.'n,
Um. Spoorler, ' D. Spotts,
3. NolTehiger, Longnocker,
E. Leonard, fro. Galbraith,
Dr.,Zitser, cob 'rhodium,
and quite n number ui others.
For Sale by
RINESMITH & 11,UPP,
No. 68, North. Ilitnoveir
18sep a cm
T HE FRANKLIN RAIL ROAD
Office of the Cumbertand Valley Rail Road Lb. •
CARLISLE Pa., tlth &p. 1868
• The letting of the road hoe boon " postponed until
Friday, the 29 of September, at 12 o•chch AL , an 1 • the
Plans cud Sections will be exhibited et the office of
the Chief Engineer in Ilegoretoivn, on nod after the
22 of Septhmber. - .
1.; B'I'ATE NOTICE.— •
Lettore Testamentary ou the estata of Samuel
Mussloteau, late of Silver Spring townAlip, dee'd.,
having' been Issued by tlye Register of Cumberland
- meth to the,underslUeoth residing to •tld town
hip. All persons knowing themselves Ilidebted to
lid estate will make payment, and those having
'alms will present them duly authenticated for
Aliment to - JOHN:RCS:RAMAN,
ITAVING been. appointed Auditor to
iiAA distribute balance offunds in the hands of
S. C. Wagnor, A ssigneo of W. J. Walker ■nd 7.
Graben?, doing bllbillUSS as .Walkor A Graham,' I
hereby notify alivarties e,neerned, that there
be a tooting 01 Creditors for. the purpose of mak• I
log distribution of said balance. at 'my office, in
perlisio, on Friday, fielobel D. 1808.
• 'GEO. S. 1111111,
. . Auditor.
AUDITORS NOTIOE.—Tho Auditor
appointail by the Orphans' Conti of Cumber
land couuiy, to distribute the baker° In tho hands
of David , Rhoads, Baeoutor - of Dr. Wm. Blentuer; late
of the Borough of Carlisle deed., to and oolong the
pm ties untitled to receive Ihn same, sri.l attend to
Iho dutlax of his appointment, at lilt onion, In filo
Borough of Carlisle, on Friday; tho '23rit "day of
October 1008, at 10 o'clock A. 01., when and where
all plirtlea interostatl may attend.
LW INVENTION IN GRAIN
11 MUM-4'h° Subscriber, having' prlimurod
patent for a novel and most excellent Improvement
In Grain Drills by which the %rain Instead of bong
planted In 11.4 India tens ne In the old mothyd is scat
toted ever a surface of three Inches, thus scouring an
equal andaven dostrlbutlon of seed, and. a con.
Aldaralily greater yield of grab,
This Improvement con be readily' attached to any
of .tho drilla now4n
fitato and County flights for sale, agents wanted.
This is an excellent, opportunity for setts!), °nor•
gotta young.mun to make large
Vor paritenlirsiddrese •
. • • J. 0. VALE, Jr.,
' . Inventor stud Patontee, ,1
Shiremanstown Cumb. Co.
IlJan 138-1 Y:
VSPRAY.—Camo to Cho roeidenco
.12 4 1 the subscriber In Nast Poonsboro thumb!'
n or about August Atb,ll3oB. a,
----yDDDoW 'AND wimp BULL-,
between one and two years old. T he owner can hate
aid animal by .calling upon tne;'prorlog hlipropoily ,
a d Paying chargoa. Othorwlee tbe . Ilpllwill be di*
• iii. dof according to lair... • , . • ' . • - ' -
gan-Us. -. Wilt. SADLER
12E0.'11 DOSEFS is tila
. ploati to gOt
good tiro - Cent olger. Between; lihemn'e Bell
and the Franklin (louse. - •
TTENTI,ON. • - .
-One thousand buithela-Pleatering Hair for am
at the Carliale Springs 'tannory: Bend 'your , onli,
- 4tmedlakely. Matilde klprlnge P. O.
INC . /0 OF GAS 14M)1
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,
UNITED STATES'OF AMERICA,
WASHINGTON D. C
Chartered by Special Act of Congrees, Approved,
- July 25,1868..
Cash Capital - - $ 1,000,000
BRANCH OFFICE PHILADELPHIA,
FIRST NATIONAL BANK BUILDING,
Where the general business of tbo Company is trans
',acted, and to which all gerieral correspondence
should be addressed.
Jay Cooke, Phifada. R. A. Rollins, Wash.
C. IL Clark; Philada. 11. D. Cooke, Wash.
F. Ratchford tarr, Philada. Wm. E. Chandler Wail,.
Wm. O.,Moorho•.d, Philada. John D. Defrees, Wash.
George E. Tyler, Philads. Etlwasd Dodge, N Y.
J. Hinckley Clark, Philada. 11. C. Fah nestork, N. Y
C. 11. CI,ARK; Philadelphia, President.,
lIENRY'D. COOKE, Washington; Vlee , •Presldent.
JAY COOKE, Chairman Ft nice and Executive
EMERSON W. PERT, Philade., See'y and Artutary.
E. S. TURNER, WashiniVon, Assistant Secretary
FRANCIS Dr. SMITH;' M. 11.. Medical Director.
J. PAVING MEAllti, M. D., Assistant Medical Director
'ISTEDICAL - AD:ITIESORY - BOA - RD. -
J. It BARNES; Surgeon•Goneral U: S. i.WesNingtort.
P. J. HUI+ ITZ, Ch lel MOical Department, U. S. N.,
. - IVnnbiwton.
D. W. BLISS, M. D., Washington. „„.... • .
SOLICITORS AND ATTORNEYS.
WSI. E. CHANDLER, Washington D. C.
GEORGE GAUGING, PhOadelphla, Ps.
This Company. National. in Its character. offers. by
reasbn of lie Lame Capitol, Lew Itates of Premitun
alid - NWir — TiliTes the most desirable means of insur
ing life yet presented to the.public •
The rates of premium, bei g largely seduced, ars
made as" favorable to the insurers as there of the.best;
Mutual Companies, alai avoid all the complications
and uweertaluties of: Notes, Dlvideods and the MI,-
Understat. dings which-the latter_ are an apt to cause
Parent now and attractive tables aro now presented
which need, only to he understood to prove senpts
hie to the public, such et the INCOMF,PRODIJCI Nit
POLIcY and ItEIIION 1'OLI•IY. It the
tomer, the policy-twitter not billy a••rures a Ilf;
suranc ,payable at dnatb, but a 111 receive. If
/111, A period of a feW'years, an annual income equal
dale!: per tent (10 per, naLy oft!. par et: Isla policy. I u
the latter the f'•nnpnoy aereesjo reluaLlo tie assured
the total anioniat of mon hr halpaid in, in addition to
the amount of his polieg:--
Tla• attention of mean contetnplal ing Insuring
their - tire, er --in-reasin-(-'—tho-amonnt—ainetarance.
they a (reedy have. le called to the special ad
vautag.•s ((freq.! t•y the
~ Plationel Life Insurance
. Circu le.ia,.Parnplaa La and. fu II -particular, pi vco-ae
application to the Branch )thee of the Company in
Philadelphia, or to it, General Agents.
e3'I,O,JAL ',DENTS ARE WANTED In every City
and Town. and apkiicationa fnan o)mpetent pfirlies
for such agencies, with suitable end. ?carrion, should
be addressed THE COIIPANY'S GENERAL
MiI:NT, ONLY, In their rasps five district, •
R. W,tCL A Itft A CO., Philadelphia,
Ft r Peztrtnyl*artla end Solt atter, .16retty,
JAY COOK ft A; CO.. Weehiugtoe, D: C.
Far 3laryjand, Vtr,tiola. •Dlutrict of r.tlonaltia • ad'
West - V iriinia
11. et, o.tt ty.
.I)ENNSYLVANI.k STATI. AGRI
The ext Lxisititi on thie Society 5.311 he hrld at
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday,
Seidandier 29 and 30—Octonar 1 and -2, 'GS
Calalosrues of Premium.' can Lo had, •nd Informa
tion id•en upon application•to the Secretary, at liw
rb.burg. The I'll 6yIJUA LIST has been cularind,
and Is A very liberal ono. Jacursion tickets will he
sold by Om prinelled Ilailnmds lending to Harrisburg.
and bright curried at redueol rates.
• A h UTlb HAMILTON, Preet.
A. 11. LONOAKIIII,
LL afflicted by any diseases are in.
ritad to consult Dr D. Hall, whose many years
experience• has justly non for him the confidence of
the eitizena of Sew Vort, Philatbilphia and Boston.
Nearly nor the usand patients have been cured
his: during the pant year. Ile wrll give special at
tentlon to tht b.l ro of the following -diseases, viz :
Consumpliee,-.-Serofnla, Cancer, Brondlritie, Bpilepny,
Dyspepsia, Erynlpeloun,•leiver Complaints, et •Vitus'
Danes, Goitre; Carolyn* Neuralgia and General De
Dr. Mary (1011. a graduate of the Philadelphia Cab
lege, gives special attitiltlcri to curing of all leinale
diseases. bulbs can consult the fir. or his wife.
with perfect ..aNcy. !Wools strictly private. o.lusul
talions free. do cure, no pay.
Prot. C. Marring . M D. No. I 1 1• North i2th St., Phll3
" .1 C. Morgan, •r 1700. Chosin of 3t "
" R. Itoch, '• •• 33 North 12th It
tt C. (1. Roue, " 121. North 10th It,
, 11. N urni.y- ,,- Chestout St.
.It. Power, " Columbia g:_tlparnork
The Doctor and his wit,, can be consulted at bin
residUnce No. i 7, South Hanover dt.:Carlisle,P a. .
DR - . TAYLOR'S
B it-T 'T E It, S
A paid sod agroaablo TONIC STIMULANT,
STOM ALUM) aud 0 *lnn NATI VII •
rlacit tiE-t s.
XECUTOIt'S NOT (Ml—Notice re
F . hereby givitn_ that Letters Totatntiutary on 'the
ciente of Rebecca Veaver„ Into of New Eingtdon,
&c . d.:lotto boon issued by tho Ihigiotet to tho uti•
dersigued. Ail porton° hnvihq - claima will priwout
thew for payment, and tint,o knowing thinnselyet
dobtod wilLmakodutmedlatu-Fettletneut-with .-
Extracted entfiely from Il liit ilß and 1100 r Executor. -
d. 'Highly I
'sod Loss or Appetite;
and ar• excellent CORRECTIVE for pereA suffering
from Disorderg of (ho Rowels, Flatulence, de.
Depot, No,. 413,3farket'Stroet, Philadelphia
J. K. TAYLOR & CO
Manhood, How Lost, How Restored.
UU- Jest published a new addition of
o Dr. Culverwoll'n Celebrated Dessay on
the radical cure (without Medicine)°,
gPsnnaroamnEa, Or N.Wllifial Weakness,
Involuntary ScMitlftl LineleP, 1111 , 4TEN,CY, •Mulltell and
Physical Incapacity, Impediments to Marriage, etc.,.
ColiiMurrtoe . ,l,Defissair . , and Five, induced by
self4eflufgeecoor sexual ext raiagance. . •
int:Price, In a coaled envelop°, only 0 recta
The a lobrateil author, in this adruira ils esray,
clearly demonstrates from a- thirty 'years' encceasful
practice, that the alarming cnbeliquencee of self abuse
may bo radically cured without the dangerous xi so of
Internal mliliclue or the applicatlen of the hpirk
Pita : 6li - ZIA - a 'MA eof Cii atiallcif 4; certain,
and effectual, by moan Of which every sufferer, no
matter what his coedit on may be, may cure Menton
cheaply, privately. and radically. • ,
i mam. Lecture should be In rthe hands
. of 'every
youth and every elan lu the land: -
• Sant, Udder seal, le a. plain envelope; to soy ad
dreespertpitid, ou receipt ante; or two poet
atnuflia- . 411.411.4. ColVer well a •slarriage Outdo,"
price 25 cents. - Addree CH s the-Dubli .
J ehers, • ,•
AS. 0. KLINE k CO.,
X 27 Dowary , NPT York 'Poet,Oßlce.Box 6,666 i
/gulf 084 V. '•• •
ALIIA:BLE LIMESTONE FARM
The Brock:item; of the estate of John Pricker, dec'd.,
will offer et Private Belo,.(until the 90th day of Octo
ber, 1863, when (twill bo offered at Public Sale, the
F. A R 'M , •
situated in West Renneboro township, Cumberland"
county, Stale of Pennsylvania,: bounded by lands of
Samuel Myers, Samuel Plough, Samuel Abrams; John
IL. Bricker. J. Snyder and Capt. J. L. Elliott, contain.
lour 152 ACRES more or less.. This farm is.located in
one of the most .populous districts of. th PI great
'agricultural valley, being 8 mica West of Carlisle,
and elbunt 3 miles East of New AIR, having - the Cum
berland Walley Itall'Road 34 mile end tho Turnpike
near two miles from its Southern Boundry, the State
Rdad 4 mile and the Conodoguinot Creek near two
miles from its..liorthern. Boundary,- with -a public
road near the house,,leading from Mt. Rock to Shelle
bargers Mill, in tersccting,the fromer groat thorough..
fares atright angles, renden this farm may of access,
convenient for travel, and trade, close -to schools,
stores, shops, good mark, brand fine mills. It Is also
located- on the..rango_of the_,lfOn _Ore:.wßich
lOntlyestondsuast.tacwest_through_ the_ valley,. ono
,fields hearing strong indications of this valuable
The soil is of the best quality of Limestone, route
what rolling, and all improved and arranged for envy
harm:Ling with "Mower and Beeper." This forth roil I
made more highly productive; from the fact that eve
7Ortf bushel. of lime have been placed thereon during
the hut three years. The feuds are all In good con.
dittos, of them being of Locust Post and Chestnut
Thera Is about 15'aeres of young nod thriying Oak
Timber upon the premises, and also a large quantity
of superior Lomat Posts.
The Orchard coutairs upwards of 70 different - Ye
rieties. Besides a large slumber of choice grafts, there
are also Cherries, Grapes, Peaches and other choice
Tho Mansion House and Kitchen ate nearly now,
bang partly Brick and partly Frame, containing 11
rooms. Near the door is a large cemented cistern. a
well of nes - kr falling water, a new (Teen, Smoke
House and other outbuildings, there Is also 141011
the premises a Bank Barn, two Rog Pens, two
Granaries, two Carriage l!riuses, Corn Cribs, a Wagon
Ehed, nearly now, and other sheds convenient.and
necessary for [arm purposes.
The exact number of acres In the farin'to be ascor
tabled by survey. Terme easy.
Persons desirous of...porchasing or viewing the
property wilic li upon W. 11. Bricker, residing upon
the premises, or upon John ii. Bricker, reslding near
the premiere. Porsoni.alesiring Information by mail
JOHN H. BRICKER, Executor,
Newrille,Cumberland County Pa.
Lancaster Examiner copy t. P and 'send Lill to thi
office. . , •
'ALE QF LIMESTONE FARM
On Saturday, S;Ttenabur 20, 1868
The sabecrlbor Win sell at Public Sale, on the
premises, on 'the above day, a valuable 'limestone
farm, situated on the State Road leading front
Carlisle to Neuritic, 7 miles West of Carllslo, about
134 miles West of Plainfield and of a mile North
of Alterton Station, on the Cutnigil. Valley R. R., In
the township4l West Penneborn, this county, con
taining 34 ACRES strict measure'. The 'lmprtive
meats are n good
STONE }IOU E, \
with Kitchen attached covered with tin, a fins
BARN-with Corn•Crilt attnclied, n tierce - filing
of watei near the door, find n large 'cistern at the
house. It is a!! 'under good, pest and rail and steno
fence. The land itself Is of the best quality of
limestone, and is n most desirable -property for -any
one wishing to purchase a deiiyhtlul home.
Salo to coma - lone.; at 10 o'clook,on aalll clay, when
term;-will be made - known by
2laug Ls- LISFIJV Oil.
N 7- -
TA LUABLE fIEAL ESTATI.
PUBIJI - C SALT;
On F, iday, Ociabrr 9, 1868
Will be sold nt Public Sub,. under an order of the
Orphens' Courl of Cumberland empty, the following
Real I.,telth to nit --
ed on Front Street, in the town of Worn,leybhurn.
this county. The lot in fiftv.eficht feet front. and one
hunorrd. and fifty feet deep,- and thereon
erected n TWO-ST(111Y lAttl and-WEAT 1111 It BOA It It
HOUSE. Enna, !loose. Hog Bert nod other nreensary,
outbuildings. The lot has Also a tint' ha of Ch e
Fruit Woes. firapes, he., hc.
N... 2, A lot of ground in the mon Own, itpro•ite
afore : rid property, filly.elcht fret •Wide, ettending
Lack (rout Front Street of said Borough to the hirPr,
on rxhieh is erected a first rate Cooper Shop.
The properties will boson loge) her or seperately,
to spilt purchasers. Terror; twenty-five per rent.
rash', secured by note at ninety days; hala.... oo
Ist day of April 1869. Sale to commence at 1
A 91 :on said tiny
ITA Pl' Y RETREAT POR SA I
I will Fell Hu! chewed named valuable PirM on
ableh I new reside, at public sale,on_Tursdny, Septem
ber 29, , 181,8, no. the premise., at 2 e'cliek,
-The alone film is situated . about half a mile Wool
of Carlisle, riti the -man ride of and adjoining, the,
Harrisburg:. Carlitio and , Chambershurg turnpike
rend. and the Cumberland Valley Railroad.
It contains P.13..5 acres of Choice Limestone Land.
all of at Bich Itk• been tinted within the past few
years, and is In tigOed state of cultivation.
The hop rovements aro a large two-story BRICK
[must, 64 feet in front, and finished en the at tic, with
necessary outbuildings, constant; of Wash noose,
Bake limo, invoke Ilouth, Ac. and a• foyer falling
well of water and cisternconvenient to the door, 1111.1
a new tenant house within convenient distance of
the barn, for the tenant to attend to the ' , tech. Also,
Tante BANK BAWN, nearly nelV, with Corn Cribs
111,1 Wadam and Cart Ingo arouses with
a large (' lntern and Watering Troughs In the barn
yard, and a hoe (Vont the barn 'l:tr.! to the ditty, rot
fields,. that the stock hove access to the water trout
lichia.•..alsth . royoung and thriving thelard of
Choice Fruit, consisting of 121 t Apple, 110 Patch, 80
year and a numlwr of Cherry trees.
There is a Lawn of atinnt acres betheen the
hence and the turnpike and. ria Broad, with a a author
of forest and fruit tret's and ever-green's.
T his farm Is One of the most, coo renient and dedra
lils in Cnn` , srlv.l snooty ~and from Its close proxlM-
It!: to Ca Osie, la n all suited for a truck nod dairy
The terms of sale will ho either cash, or Art
(Ash and .he brilance'in protracted payments. Al the'
option, end to suit the convonictica of purchaser.,
and will be made knee MI the day of rule. Persons
wishing to see the premises bersro the day of sale.
nor requested to cell on the
thervaii; or any Information requestael by letter will
he pr , uiptly owielunleateil.
JAMES 11. GIIAIIAM.
ltzrrr IZETTIVAT. - 11VAY Carlisle.
PH ANS' COU RT S LE.-
By virtu n elan order of the Oh phnn s Court of
Cumberland county, I will sell at public sale, on the
preinifee. at 11 o'clock A 11, ou Thursday, the Ist of
October nest, ths following lots In thu Ilnrough bf
Carlini°, being port of the' !Ica! Ent tte of. Wm M.
Peetera, dec'd., to wit:
I , lst A Int of ground on Harrisburg 'Porimike,
adjoining prom fp - rontnining
166 Wet in trout. and 150 In depth to a f...t
alley, having thereon erected a-“sme.,.Franto tlbed
and °Dice, a d was formerly used 114 n ••Cattle Yard."
2d. A lot adjoining the nbove 52 feet In front and
120 feet In depth to an alloy, and, having an Ico r
house Fleeted on it.
Terns of rule to be as follows vie:
Von pit cont. of the purchase money to Lo
un the day of sole, ill., Will...id' one fourth ou um
confirmation of silo by the Court. one fourth mi
April lst 1889, whin deed and will In
given, and the remainder In Iwo equal payments on
April lst 1870 n o d ltl7l, with interest. hum lot of
April 1869 to be secured by Judoluni, purcha s er to
pay all woes for 181 O).
• It. M 111181DERSON.
Guardian of Minor Children, itC., of W. if. Betism,
FALL & :WINTER IMPORTATIONS
rimming Ribbons, Ribbon,
SILKS, SATINS, VELVETS.
FANCY BONNET MATERIALS.
BLONDS CRAPES NEA I TS7c
'French Thiwors, Plumes and-Ornaments.
BONNETS and Li A RIES' HATS
In STItAIV, SILK, VELVET. ntid
Wo'nfier the largest and iinst svsi, tot! ?lock In the
O. Stems, comprlsint; cll t.l O , Int"( IN, 1 . / ~, S eel
ties, and unentrllled In choke vmrl•dy and ellenpnets.
ARMSTRONG, CATOI. Sz CO.,
237 and_ 239 Baltimore' Street,
4.,ep 684 m "..
AOTICIi AND EFFICIEN I T.AOI:NI'S WANIEI). - 7
' IN INIn COUNTY 72 Tilt .. , .
ONION MItiVAL LINE , INORANON COMPANY.
Claiming es this Company does. solo, ndtautago
peculiar to itself, Agents urn affor4Fil — oh easy nod
successful method for securing rlsks. A liberal com
mission paid to agents, who must furnish first clubs
forsrences. Address; D.B. °lon inger,‘ M: D., Conant]
Agent, No-129 South 7th.St Chiladolphfa, Pa.
. .! f
r•AirtY,. , or.:EW6I..aND SOAP
F.: E,N CL "tt.: 4 P
For doing a family washing in the bust and cheap
est manner. Outiwintoed equal to any in the world!
Eras all the strength of old rosin soap with the mild
and lathering qualities of genuine Qualls. Try this
splendid leap. _bold by the . ALDEN OISESI.IOAL
WOD.EB4B North Brunt Street Philadelphia.
,4sop 6S ly.
EO. G. 1 - 50811 "has a- prim© cigar
for an conks. Try theiu,,
( 0 1 7 44 , , •
QALE OF VALUABLE_ REAL ES 7
TATE.—Tuesday; September 22d, 1868.—The uw:
derslgnod, executor of John Zug, will offer at public
!Ma, en the above Any, on the premixes in South
Middleton townahlp,one mllo East of Papertown, nem_
lower paper mill, the following real estate,
to wit: . •
No.l. Tho Mansion Farm of demeaned, containing
130 Acres, more or less, having thereon erected" a
Large Two-Story- Brick' , Mansion Houso, - Containing
seven Moms and a kitchen, a Largo Brick Bank Barn,
Wagon Shed, Corn Crib and other outbuildings. The
land kin a high atnto of cultivation and under good
fonco. There is a IVoll of Clood.Water at the door and
one at the barn, and thoro is an Orchard of Vino Ap
ple, l'enhlt, and other trees. "Mountain Crook" pass ,-
es through.the form. .
' No. 2: Also, on the sumo day. on the promises ad
joining tho.formor tract, a Farm on .the Carlisle and -
Hanover turnpike...at Papertown, containing gor,
Acres, morn of lom, having thereon orootod a Weather.'
honrdsd liouso,Largo Brick Bank Barn arid other out.
oulidlngs. I 'lltonntain Creak" also passes through
thin tract. affording A first Class water 'poker. Thum
is a fine young Urchord on this `tract, and the land
is well cultivated gird under good (once. Both thono
trade are in. the immodtata _vicinity of ,Idt. Holly
Springs, a 'Motion noted for the. salubrity of Its ell.
mato and visited annually by hundreds in search of
-- No. 3. - Also, Four Lotti'of Timber Land, tho first
containing 2a Acres more or less, on the Carlisle and
Hanover turnpike, boo mile South of lit' !kitty paper
mill. the second contain tag 12 Acres, half mile Ear'
of lit. Holly vapor mill, the third. containing
Acres, halt' mils gust of Paportown; and the fourth,
In Dickinson towttchip, fourtnileaSouth_of_Mt—lloily,
on the Clettysbur4 road, contain lug? Acres. All those
traitti , are covered with 'thriving Chestnut nod Oak
Soto to commonco nt 11 o'clt;elc A. M., on told day,
when terms will be made knotin by
Exe6utor John Zug.
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
71n 03 t 9.
AT PRIVATE BALE
Tha subscriber In tonding to remove - from this State,
offers at private eats, all lice roar wants situated at
Lisb urn, Cumborlatid county, Pm, consisting of a now
BRICK DWELLING HOUSE,
with good' Store Room, tho building ie 3S by 30, and is
a most oigollont buelnoss:stand. It line also a good
'tarn attaohril with:'good Cistern and a number of
Fruit Treiis And Grapes. • ' •
Two Story PLASTEILED HOUSE, with Orchard of
Choice Fruit attached.
TWO STORY LOG•HOUSE.
with a largo number of TOWN LOTS which will .be
sold single or in connexion with either of tho above
mentioned houses us may best suit the purchasers
I.lsbord is a thriving village on the Yellow
Breeches Creek within 7 miles of Harrisburg and Me
chanicsburg. Is possessed of many natural advantages
such as excellent water power; cfcc.olvhich can Scarcely
fail to attract capital to ho employed In Meal ufnaturee,
ke. 'fhb town has already commenced to imProvo and
gives' every indication of speedy' and prosperous
If . not sold by Thursday, October Ist, .the prop
orty gill poslOvely bo sold al,,public sale on that day.
Nor terms and other particulars apply to
14aug MAttUAltEt' I. MATEER.
VALITABLE HOTEL PROPERTY
AT PRIVATE SALE, OR EXCLIANOR FOR A FARM
The subscriber offers at pi ivate solo the well-known
hotol stood In Newvllle, Pa., known on the '
L 0 G'A-N II S E
The lot (upon which the llotel stands). rout - eine 75
by 150 feet, and in addition thereto will be sold art
excellent DARDEN coo Mining 65 by 180 foot.
The house Is largo and substantially built of stone,
containing 8 sleeping apartments, goad Bar-ream,
Diuttqproum, Parlor ; Kitchen and all modern conveu
fence, A gestl Well of Water at.the door, -
fur forty horses, Ire (louse, Wood !louse, Smoke
ll ouse end ell necessary out-buildings.
Logan !louse is widely and favorably known
an I is ler .t.ly pat i Int.l &con quite recently
Ten..rated nod repaired throughout.
'Perms to suit the put:chaser.
_For forth., rlst. tie Ilidt S, apply-to the 3111bscriber; - tir
In h,s absence to Peter A. Ald, at Now•ille, Da.,
JOS. A. WOODBURN.
L2ALE OF VALUABLE REAL ES
TATIL—On Thursday, September 24, 186. The
undornl, fled. lexecunirs of Daniel Wondelly, deed.,
s, ill offer at public eele, on the above day, en the
premises, in Mel: Innen to4rnehip, ou the Sort!: bank
Creech •s Creek, nix miles South - isT
cneli.le, neat Derails Mill, the Aollesrlng Real Estste,
to : . .
So.l. The Mansion Farm of dee'd. ' eontoining 100
Acres mut It.o Pernota (irk rote rota lAntestune Lend,
ittis log titerrott eroetra ft l'otto-Siitrj Weathor.boadred
!louse, Woch lionce Sorleg Frenta Baru,
Wagon Shed thou Llorrark, and other outbnilti
ivcs. The land in it: n high ntots of cultivation
nod under grid fence. There in o good Spring of
11ator at the door. An O, chard. of Choice Fruit.
fellow type...hen et eel: f/IINSOS along the South lino of
the tarn,. I his to o very desirable tooperty, ,nd
worthy the attention of persons tvialtind to porch:tau
a nice farm -
No. Y. Four Lots of Truth, Land..loSoutit Middlo
too tomublup, on the Callialu and Ilauo•er Turnpike,
unle• South of Mouut holly Paper Mill.
first lot coolant, 0 Acres,. 20 Perches. Second lot
0 Aired, 13 Porchett. Third la 0 Art-es, 10 Perehee:
Fourth lot. 7.A erns, 21t Pet dive. A.ll the.Se_tractii are
covered wall thriving lhistout and Usk Timber.
100 Chestnut Ratio. SAO to COMILMUCE it 10
Colock A. Al , bald day, a lieu tonne will be evade
. . .
JOSEPH A, sTumtr,
.ItiS). lit BAKER
.Eira. Dale! Irond,-121 dec'd
SALE OF CAR4IAGES, Sze.
We, the undersigned, have nod on band, and offer
for sale at a haroln, a greats variety of Carriagtis,
such as cif:lol.lN fO%VNS sod AWAYS,
TEN'SfON TOP PILVIONS, CIAltftVA 1.1:S-and TOP
MIMES, Leather aid canvass, at all prices. Also,
lot of recond Band Carriages and Bugging, nhieh do
offer rery cheap Er eilthinr, In our tine made to order
at .hurt notice, and warranted to give satisfaction.
We employ in every branch none but the hest work-
men. Paitaimiar attention paid to Repairing. and
Painting old wnrk.
CoI ner ni Pitt St. And Church , Alluy, - C4irlisla, Pe
sMAL.L . FARIVI ttt7PUIILIC SALE
Oil Sal imluy, September' 19th, 1808.
The sultorrater, as executer,,will sell at public sale,
on lit,, premises, situated. in 'West Pen...bore' town
1111p, one subs Sest of Plainfield, on tins road lending
trout tined Rope Statical_ to _the ConedguiuttLeTeek,nd-
Joining In lids of Josiah Bricker, John Kula and others.
the rotten - lag' described I.ol' OF AIOUND; containing
SIX ACHES, more or hiss. Tho u improvements are a
LOU lIOUSEI;with good cistern, 831 A ttL BARN, with
Threshing floor. An ORCHARD of excellent bruit
such as Apples, Cherries ' &c.,
The land Is under a high state of cultivation, well
fenced, and Is in every way calculated to rnatata corn
lOrtaltle home. •
Fnla to commence at 10 o'clock, A. M., oh veld day
when attendance will bo given and termainado known
Diecutor of John Momle, deed
49. p OS.at._
I:eARM AT PRIX'ATE'SALE.
The subicrlbor offers . at. ',drat° salo his farm,
okslated on thu ' l ' urupii.n leading to Chslobershorg,
us, [olio wthit of atrhslo, colitaiolog slzty,(l3oy acres
our., or less. 6 .
'the land Is Ina high state of coltieathe the Im•
thvuoleute nru first skits, while Its siluathon is 1111-
gunlied. —Any person dusiling to slow the premise■
'on to no by upon the subscriber who resides
T. BRANDON, .
_. • •
A GETS NV A.N . TED. •
Lluirrs-ANt)--fi-nuows - OP lIIE GREAT
Conedluing Thrilling Advouturea,
Daring lleeibi, Startling Exploits, and Marvelous Ru
mpus of SpheySnouts and Dutectivos, -
Thu cheapest, most complete- and In ttinsely inter
esting war byillc a et. published, .sthitain .over' tOO
paces and numerous engravings. Primo otklz f,27b.
Rend fur circulars and term. • •
Q, GAll.l'O 7 lll/3 l,Ed; beaVeditio , u,pull,
No. :10, b. SEVEN qtybii!,,, l'a
'!leer (10.1,0 . , .
•_ ' •
13IIIILIG'SNLE, OF V,ALN ABLE
1 . RNA I, BS,TATE.—By virtue of an order of tho
irrpitnim' Court of
. Cumberland county, .the under.
figure Administrator and Adminlntrstrix of tin .
i.t.a , e of 3 scot, L. Zook, late of Caroller county,
Stator of 'Loy land, iced., will' sell'hy public Outcry,
an the promises In Upper Allen township, Cumber-
Inird'orrunty, And State of l'ormilvar in, (JD riturday,
October 3d. MS. nt I o' dock P. 11.,, of said day, tine
following rieseriberi ,:doable real estate, to wit:
Tenet, No 1, bounded by lapds of William n iely,
David Zook's heir n, Win Wilson, Zolk:r„and, . Illor.
Containing ton An-c, inorWor less, And having been
on erected a Two-Story Brick, 110[,0, Frame 11PrIl,
WPISII Bonne and other improvemon tn. - tract No. 2,
bounded' by lands of Zook and ,tiller, Lisburn road,
J. C. Wingert and others Containing forty 'teres,
Inorrirr Les. To be sold in parts or one n 'whale to
suit purchasers. Trod. No. 3 the undivided half of
I into Kiln property, brairided by" lands lof Jaco 1,.
Zook's heirs, Mel uro rondo, Wm. Minty, and °thorn.
containing eightemr Acres, more or lees. The real
want° above deserlbsd ',uncut. d principally sin' the
public road leadlog from Carlini° to Lisburn, about
ono mile South onShapherdstmon: On. tract No. I,
there 1, , ,,a ,splendirl young Orchard, contriV lug
almost every variety of fruit trees. Water convou
lent, mud evyryiblir ; About the house nrraugmblea:
to idea it one o,,Airs_-rmott - 11Faiablo ' propertius
11,1110.'-eriiintyr - Th - o Idruo Ruin property has on it
the boat Q11:1171. ill Iltu.cuunLy. yielding ;, n highly
nuperir-r nudity of stone tor building purposen, and
when used for burning limn, yields the best In the
county. The lime findn a ready market In Abe coun
ties of York. Adam., and Cumberland. Torun: of sale t
Ted per cunt, of the purchase money when the
property 16 stricken down., Fifteen p r cunt, en the
confirmation of the solo by the Orphans' Court, and
the balancoon the Int day of Aprll A 'lb 1060, when
deed will Inn made and possession liven. -
BAIiVIA 11ARTZLIIIII, Admr.
LEVINA 10011, Adm'x. •
. . .
11sep 66-te . .
ALIJ ;1 LL TOWN PROPERTY
-;.-V----A.T.PIIIVATP - SAlrlhe - subscriber -olfartat
private n half 14t_ of - gi °mad, on IV,set Pomfret
street, In tho borough .of Osrlisle, 30 feet, In front
ar.d 240 feet in depth; havink thereon erected
TWO-STORY TIMOR DWIMLINED 110112 D ani lirlok
back, bull Oleg, •cientaluing Double' Parlor, Dining
Room and Kitchen on first floor, end Ave 'commodi
ous bad rooms en'tlio second Door. with Doke Douse,
Smoke Mouse Ilydrant and Cistern attached to the
property. An the buildings ln immanent repair.
Porsone desiring to view the :property will please
call on the undersigned reading on the come.
gligepat. • • MARY MURRAY.
.NEW AD44ERTISEMEN7 S.
tROUBLE! • ' •
LUMBER I LUMBER ! I. LUMBER!
ALL KINDS OF LUMBER AT THE
AT REDUCED PRICES
2 inch barn Flooring (dry,) 2 inch OaliDridgo,Plank'
teddy at all times, Oak Plank, 1 Inch Oak
boards, in Inch_Yellour Pine dry Weathelboarding,
ificli Yellow Pill° dry lining for Wagonmakers and
others, Dry Poplar Scantling S by 4 and 4 by , 4 - , Dry
Poplar, aloards 1 Inch and 2 inch,' 110011 n Laths all
langthe at reduced pares, Ceiling Laths 3 1 and 4 foot
long, Palling, Oak Shinglos, Largo lot of hlules at $1
to slo' per thousand, all 'kinds of frame lumber,
Joists and Scantling at old priced, $lO to $l5 per
:Wo aro proparod to fill any order on shortest %toilet-
We ca u saw 41 foot Inhingth. Owning our toamo. *o
can deliver by wagon or railroad.
Ploaso glvo us a call before purchasing alsowhore.
All ordure promptly attended to. Call and Imo our
HOLTER,IIL I P1111:11. & 110811011 R,
- - -- - - llunearmoirP. 0, Perry County Pit
28aug 08-81 u.
E. W. CLARK & CO ,
BAN E S ,
No. 35 Third St. Philadelphia,
National Life Insurance Co
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,
States of Pennsylvania. and S outh
ern New Jersey.
The NATIONAL LIFT,: Elsun-A.Nom COMPANY In
a corporation Chartered by Special Act of Congrisii,
approved July 25, 1808, with a
Cash Capital' of -Ono Million Dollars,
and Is now thoroughly organised and prepared for
business. -• • "
Mural 'terms Offered to Agents and Solicitors, who
me Invited to apply at our office.
Full pm timbers to be bad on application at our
office, located in the second story of nur Banking
House, whom Circulars and Pamphlets, fully de
scribing the advantagos offered by the Company,'may
Applleatlona for gantral and Western Ponneylta
bin to be map to,Bl-SitISSELL, Manager, Towart
E. W. CLARK &
No. 36 S.. Third Street,
• • AGENTS • WANTED
TO SELL TUE'
Chicopee Sowing Machine
This machine sold complete with table fir only $26.
,It makes the yelebrated
KbASTI.O LOOK s'rproll,
uses the drop or WM. motion feed weed by all first.
dues machines. • It will hem, fell, tuck; cord, gather.
quilt, hind, embroider, nod do every veriety of work
that can Itwdono on any- other - mach Me. --We-war
rant this tonchino to be the best In the world. It
Lae Lecn.declared to ho so by the best judges to ho
found, and was at arcle.l the trot gold medal, over
one hundred and twenty-two.. competitOrlbat_ Paris,
IV,. o 111 give n written guarantee to that effect.
Bddreas, with stamp,
J. D. Olt:III, floporal-Agont, .
022 Chestnut St , Philadelphia.
Illin 68 Gin
2,50011100 Customers in Four Years
PATRONIZE THE BEST
Having the largest capital, most experienced buyers,
and extension trade or nay concerti In the Dollar
Sale business, ore
In every Instance, and also the best selection of Goods
ONE DOLLAR EActr.
No other concern has any show wherever oar Agents
ars selling Our ,rnotto. "Prompt and Itellable.'
Male and irifiale ngents wanted In city end country
, HE LADIES,.
Are particularly requentel to try our popular club
syettm of aelllifg an kinds Of :DRY ANI) FANCY"
(P ropl4, rmEss PATTERNS, COTTON OLD NI. CAS.
TORS, SILVER putED ouous, wATenKs, Ac.
(Established ISM.) A patent pen fountain and
check describing on article to be sold for x dollar,
10c1s; 20 foil); 40 for $4: tio for $6; 10e fm 0)0, sent by
mall. Free press/ifs to gotter.up, (worth 50 per cent.
more Mon those cent by any oilier concern.) according
to site of club Send no a trial clan, or If not do not
fall to send fnr a circular.
N. It —Our sale should not be' classed with New
York dollar Jewelry males tujewm - Tea Companies,"
en II is nothing of the sort.
EASTMAN A KENDALL. -
G 5 Ileuordr titlret, Poston, Mane.
22may 01 Gm.
F N 14 1 CUSTOM MADE
BOOTS AND SLIOE;;3
All the LEADINO STYLES on hand or made t ,
measure. Prices Shod at LOW SCOURES. Au Titus
trated Price List with lost, uctions for self tneabur
m e et, s e nt so re,olo, of Pest Office address.
1411. F. BARLETT,
13 South Sixth St., att. re Chestnut,
21aug 08-1 y
TURNER'S sELF TURNER'S
. A , D
TS Readily tnuAlmed or :91ortoned, Salt-Suppotlng,
Easily Transported, Couvvrtible Into a liter, Ladder
11,IIISE•RIZE . PERS, ko
.20 rout ,Ixtrn ' - 10;00 -
30 Feet; 3 Sltctio. tench 10 foot long.)
11xtended length about 2§ . 10,00
"40 Feet, 4 Sect lohtt, (0..11, two 10,,and ono
13 r foot long.) Extended lentil Aleut 37 foot. ' 20,00
'4.ltltor.Flstos be propuitl..o. I.llera 1 dlocount to tho
Single loiddol - fbrwfirded, freight pro
paid, to nearest 'Station on receipt of
• Totnilpric9. ,
AGENTS WANTI;II In every county to canvass and
sell. Also rented, Energetic, itellablo C3pable Mon e.
ravel and establish county Agcnta. For Circular
and Ter me address
TurneoffPgte r nt Exte4sio r
P 0. Box 2018, or No. 28, Sodt7 . _tjt.. St.
" Rich Cnesni ."--Tremendous 'Excitement
Uhprocodunted rushlor the nen , Cm:we
-.AP . - -
The %,nnhing powf re of pile Sono nretrtily 111ArVer
lone. Nr potion who ban ever tried If will do with
out-If. Ito, reconninindntlons are _PURITY,
IIIiIt.III,NeSNIMS• and %wonderful, EFFIOIENOY.
Warranted to contnln more wnalflng_ inwe.rto-the
de'let'e worth tlyttuluy-otlfir-rogr - In tEo market—
ihorefdFcr tLa CLIFIAPHST, Try it. Satlefnetlon
gunrant,ed, (If. - used n.e,r.llit to dlreetloue) or
ABk Any grocer fur IL 3faunhictur ad ;only by
MT:ORLEY & HALL,
• (EMEBUS SOAP AVOIiRS,)
No, 445 York Avn., (01111YorkltOrl,) Phi ladirltoilla
't••!,• •••/.. tlowli - now work by . JUOQL WILLIS
A AGENTS—WANTED.-7 ---
-VIE. BOOK EON &OREM OLD AND 'YOUNG
learned nod unlearned. need It constantly. All take
It readily, mitho priab nults tho times. It hoe no
competitor. Is - finely Illustrated with steel pintos.
• Tho host chance yet offered for Men, and, Women;
to make Money without risk., Send for terms. Extra
Inducements given. Secure first choice of field.
PARMELEE & CO., .
PnbllsLera, 738 Sansom Et., Phllmplphla
7ancy printing doni;4ll`Wkie
B ARGAINS!, BARGAINS.I
I have this. clay coinnieticed eeilingoff Mire
steak of Summer Cleats at gre itly rolused prices
ALAPACOAS, La., &a., at coat
ET 7' SII IVLS at cost,
A full It u o of RATIN, RATCRED nod STRIPED
JACONETS. and SMITE 51ARSEILLES.und•r price.
-- SUMMER OASSIMERES, and COTTON - PANTO
STUFFS, groat bargalns.
HOOP S,KIRTS & BAUSIORALS,
°bumper limn eror'sold In Ciirllslo
Checks, &c., the leweet price
Corsets, ; -
Buttons:fund other notiona in
gi: . eat variety and very cheap.
DELAINES, 12 'lB, and 20,.
. CALICOES, 8, 10, 12k,
CARPETS AT COST
Now Is tho time to enure bargains In all kinds
nf DRY GOODS no many tirticlos will bo closed out
lose than cost. ,
Nq. 47, West Main Street, -Carlisle
. 4 ,
'Bargains in Parasols and
White Quilts. -
NOW OPENING IN
- • - •RING'S - NEW - STORE, —
No.-55 WEST MAIN STREET.
Opposite the Mansion House, next to Poet Mee
Hied°. - - - -
THE 110USEHOLD GAS MACHINE!
FOP SUPPLYING DWELLINGS, STORES, FACTOR
3LL 011 AND PUBLIC BUILDINGS
Conrrotrt Gat tottlrout Pire or Hoot!
Tim simplicity add ease by which thia Machine is
managed, is also Its economy and great merit, recom•
mends it.to public furor. Call and see machine
operation at the store!
NIANUFicTURER AND SOLE AOENT,
TIN FURNISHING STORE, No. 733 GREEN -ST.,
M.Setl far Illustrated Circular.
I.trug 68 3m.
,—Prgerl Engr :16 Machiniat
Franklin Iron Works,
Cornrr of Short and ,South Streets
STEAM ENG & MACHINERY
Particular attention paid to Ifopitiring of Machinery
by day or night, at home or abroad.
AVL KIN: DS OF BRASS WORK, PIPE
AND FITTINGS ON HAND
'Wrought Iron Pine,
Water Gauges, •
Baas and Cocks
oil Cups, ,!llnlons for Pipo,
Shafting and Pulleys, Etc., Etc.
Foundry and Ornamental Department". f,
rinufacture Cast and Wrought Iron
'and Ornamental Railing
O'er one liundred nod serotity.five now and beautiful
patterns, Verandahs, ‘Vindow Brackets,
settees, Tables, Stands, 'free Boxes, Division Stalls,
Rack and Feed Boies for Stables, etc., ate.
HOUSE FRONTS & ARCHITECTURAL
) I=ti n ta l d ,,r f g r:m var a y ,! , u r s p lu t,, f r u n r s ola o l r led, and hate on
Eirll: 6 DliftS' IRON WORK IN GENERAL.
Wood.carrlmg, Dloieland•Prittorn Mak! nil pl . ompt
ly attended to. -
JENNINGS, STEVENSON & STOSVER
B JUIT 6S-Ginn.
'LIE RAILWAY TRAINS LEAVE.
depot foot of - Chambers street, Pavonis Perry :
7-,:u A. M. Day Express for Rochester, fluffalo, Sala-,
mourn, Dunkirk, and all points West and South.
8-30 A. fd. Way Train . dailv for Ottisrillo and tutor
10-30 A. M. Express Mall for Buffalo, Salamanca,
Dunkirk, and all points West and South.
3700 I'. 51. Train. for Middletown- andintormodl ,— '
400 P.Ol. Wav Express stopping, only at Sterling
Junction, • Tureer's and station sWest of Turner's
(ex ept Oxford), Newburg, Warwick, Moutgom•
cry, Unionville and Port Jervis.
5.00 P. M. Way Train. for Suffern and intermediate
stations. • i
. 15,.30 P. B. Night Express for Rochester, Buffalo Sala.. I
— iiiinca, - Dunkirk, and all points — South and West. -
0-00 I'. 51. Way Trains for So ffern and intermediate
stations. , '
640 P. N. Plight Express daily for Rochester, Buffalo,
Salamanca, Dunkirk.,and all point* Wont and
South. By this train Sleeping Coaches will run
through to.. Cincinnati without change.
8-00 P. M. Emigrant Train tinily for .Iho•West.
Also, Way Trains for Rutherford Park, Passaic, and
Paterson at 0,45 and - 0,15 A. 31 02 M., and 1,45, 4,00.
5,45,and 11,00 P. 51. On Wednesday night 0 Theatre
Train 12 o'clock:Tor Suffern end Intermediate sta•
Sus nor Tani Ne..---8,30 A; M. Way Train for
12,00 M . for Pateiron; 0,60 P. 11, Night Expreas for
Dunklrh. Buffalo, !Indicator, Salamanca, and all points.
Wool and nth; 6,00 P: N. Emigrant and Way Train,•
1.1,00 P. M. for Paterson and Port Jervis.
Exprerd trodnn room through to Salamanca, Dun,
kirk and Buffalo without change of coacher, and in -
direct .connection wltli all Southern and Weiterh
Perfectly ventilated end lukurious Bleeping Coach- •
es accompany all Night Trains.
Tickets inn be obtained at the Company's aloe '242
Ilroadway, and depot foot of Chambers dtroet,
Yorki also et Long Dock depot. Jersey City.. •
An Ilimitratod.Gunie to the principal suburban
places no the "Line of the Enatorn Division of this - •
Railway hes Iron propared,And can be obtained at
.the Wilco of the. Company_ free of
_einirge,—by-Abose - 7.
wishillgjo_Pareouelly-eltatninalbe'region referred to,
mtliTho view of oottioment.
ff. RIDDLE, Owforal -Superintaudont,
W. R. DARR, Gonoral Passouglr Agora.
CON TINEN TAII,STEEL PEN WORKS.
WARItINOTON & CO.,
Invontdre.and 4oleiblanu . factiirers of iboColobrat+l
PATENT TREATY & PLATINA rpm .•
dfanufaalurerl qf every variety of
Steel '4: Indestructible 'rens, - I'm
N.; W. Cor. 12th S 4 Buttonwood
Clop 08-2 m