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A COLI,EIGh SAORIPICE:
- Blt• A, SPISaTAOI I .' -
"The cable goddess Nigbt,.had stretch.
ed ber leaden sceptre o'er a , slumbering
werldX. when .the College Chapel was
filled to overflowing - with both ladies and
gentlemen,, upon - , whose countenances
were depicted .both eager pleasure - and
surprise. An, announcement bad 'been
made that the. Sophomore Class of Dick
would sacrifice to their hatred one.of_the
books studied by . them during the paSt
term, H. N7Tiars—Art- - of - -QoMposition
and multitudes thronged, to witness this
novel but _intensely solLmn ceremony.—
Just as the ei-pectation of the apectatozs
was at its height, the mournful beat.o: the
muffled drum mingled with the mer
- tread of the class was heard-reverberating
through the balls of the building. ' Tho
procesolon advanced slowly and solemnly
up the,Chapel aisle bearing at its bond
an altar draped with black, upon which
-• was placed the book', and, an urn for the
reception of,the a es of the sacrifice. The
pall-bearers for the occasion, N, , r.o...lgessrs
s Wm. R. Woodwd, -a..Wainigton, D.
0. ; 0. G. Get ndanner, of Frostburg,
Md. ; L. L.Reatty, of Long Marsh, Md. ;•
and Wm; H. Dashiell, of Baltimore, Md.
The,class being seated, the assembly was
called to order by Mr. W. T. L: Keiffer,
of Carlisle, Pa.; who deliveredsome very
appropriate remarks Concerning the nature
of the ceremony, and explained the order
of exercises for the occasion.
Their apparel deserves particular notice,
each member being shrended in white.
with black masks, entirely concealing the
features, and high black hats, with flow
ing 'crape, the officiating priests were
dressed in black togas.
The first order was the History of H. hr.
Day, and his Art, which was composed
and read by Mr. J. M. Belford, - .Mifflin,
Pa., as follows.
' Why this gathering ? What means
this altar bearing it4'preparod victim ?- -
Toll me too, what testify these grim ghost
like forms? On each countenance;cou.d,
you see it, you would behold the itepre.,3
. of a strange comingling of 10. e and hatred.
On each heart could you but read its son
-!titnent you would dad written the same;
hearts that swell large with love of light,
but larger still _with hatred of Day. A
strange anomaly! Loving, yet: hating
- that same object of love; praising, yet
---yet-naver-deigning-to-gteP.A.4eid of m
mendation. Such is the spirit in which
we come bore to-night.
Sixteen weeks ago there appeared one in
our midst, whose coming we hailed with
joy. 'Kvident.ly our visitor was no child
. -of darkness. Witk.him helm:ire the im
press of light. Doubtless be elrriing fichii
parents,who rendered bright their mortal
careers; and at
„death were placed in heaven
as a glorious . constellation, _which should
preside over the-Day, Surely at least, this
IbOok the offspring of an.offspring (loth
bear unmistakable testimony of light—im
Eto; came to us. as a stranger, and 'as a
stranger we took hint in, little expecting
that he would return the joke -with com
pound interest. For while we were fast
friends, he jironlised to be - our leader and
guide, and as such we followed him, as an
_ individual, through mass and class. But
soon we noticed that we wore being envel
oped in an inextricable maze. lie led us
up the rugged bill of abstract and concrete,
until- the head of poor "Sophos 'mores"
fairly reeled with 'gualicy, action, condition,
relation, attriAutes, models, "xpletivcs,
-matter.-of thotOht, symbolism of the_same,
and finally our own spirits a mass.
Oh I why should-the spirit of mortal not. rage?
Never has a stranger Art, composed by
a stranger man, been placed in the Sands
of .the t..ollege Student. Sophomores can
grasp the idea of one line being perpendicu
lar to another in space, or indeed they may
clearly comprehend the hypothetical
period, but whefr you tell them, that a
spiritual object is ,a mass, you transcend
their comprehension, both finite and
Agtin there .is brought within our
vision, by the author, a very ldarned ,dis
course on,symbols of thought, symbols' of
touch, taste and smell, symbols of' sight,
symbols of sound:symbols from general
sense, (the symbols for nonsense are omit
ted,) and finally the law of symbols; all
very interesting topics of course. Day
after day, Bro. Day and the class of " 71'
are more at' sword-points'with each othe
Higher and higher swells the tide of wrath.
Another point attracts the attention as
well as the admiration of the class. The
admirable classification of the book is
brought forth in bold relief and made the
subject of many fine comments of chapters,
sections, 1,2, 8,4, major, 1, 2. 8,4,
minor, it is useless to make mention.
'Wonderful it, is indeed that we do not
go into primes, seconds and thirds. After
uselessly attempting to remember these
classifications, and taxing the brain to.the
'Utmost, we conclude it to be n perfectly'
systematical, . mathematical classification,
—of nonsense. .
Now rage has reached its height, 'and
from the highest pinnacle looks down upon
an action of the class with expressions of
satisfaction and admiration. One st-on •
and mighty cries out, awry with him, "let
us born him." An action is suited to t' o
word, and pouning forth vials of wrat
against the work wo.datermi a to.
Bo wise to-Day: Tis madness to defer,
Having thus stated briefly the faults we
find, we wish, him a prosperous Day's
Filled with rccoll - ctions of his aetior
and relations to us, we freely consign h'h
work as an offering to one who rules over
•the realms of endless darkness. 'Where
there shall be Day, h'en though •no light.
J. M. BELFORD.
Th'e style of this gentleman was of a
decidedly impressive character and was
listened to wiih the most profound atten
tion by the audience. The utmost solem
nity prevailed during the performance of
each and ovary order.
The singing by the Class of the follow
ing Hymn ,of Consecration ,composed by
Mr. J. L. Shelley of Shiremanstown, Pa.,
lIIIISIN OF CONSECRATION.
We meet In song, a Joyo unbend,
Before we quit this hall; . •
To countenance with heart and band
An action of us all.
We meet to consecrate this book,
This otject of - our Ire,
To one, Whose grange end piercing Ito):
To,tbe, 0 Pin'p I we consign
who labors o f a-day,
And prey thus -thou, Co God I benl^,n,
Wilt bar ken to our lay.
In.unlon evredov/tb motive pure.
'Whilst hero In song we moot,
We beg the guard, and kesp secure
The model and concrete. •
OAmmortalize the partial mass,
Preserve the handsome group;
.Dslgn to defend the active class.
If thou wilt telble stoop.
Add when In life's ,briad plains we tread, ...
• ° Mar we duo rev renco pay,
To WM whose Art we all hare read, \fr .
,The 'lmmortal IL D. Day. , •
. J. L. SIMIMIT.
The following Prayer in Latin.was liken
dpliverod by Mr. ,O. L...lLtnnoon,
Noe andi, 0 I Pluto, regnator otnnium,
qui Styglum undam traneeunt. Accipare
ornnium bujus recentiesinio.Diel„tm
as tortes avert late. Tibi.commendainne,
(minium quac mortabi r ennt, placula tui
auguetia legie. Hoo'.eaertfl
ejakm-to napicaro berngno occulo precareur.;
Paganuis ..IO Tariaro„quainio tlerberue;,
trititie eat:album continental.' Oustodlt, ut
Writhe bujp . e mall in fantia includatuneni
per, Sion eini ut prorenlatjuyenee .doc
toreeque''eibruclare anti tentpora els des
tinata; rr Da, gratlurn noble et , nocipe pro
earn nostrum. . .
• After prayer. the following Sermon was
deliitered by Mr. D: K. Bone, of Carlisle,
in a Wenderfully solemn, manner during
- the-most profound silence and attention. ,
, TO night, At time for a deedeoinournfui,
will we gather round Alie sacrificial pyre,
and to,the flames far, brighter than his rays
wift we commit the . life. work of a Day.
....Arotind . the Ater hero we meet, a, .ser
rowing band, the faithful' few, who mourn
tho extt °Ca friend,..wboso merits hererto
fore havehein unknown, because =sun,
,unexplained. • .
The light which H. N. Day, has.shed on
our paths,..feeble s it wes,' has still ono
nierie,,that of constancy.' ' His, beams shine
brighter, alt 81111 declines, or 'when the
intervening moon obscures frOm sight•
od.raye of, that King of day: As travel.'
104 lkyptian;night behold With Joy the
glow-worm's feeble spark, se we, when we
are - l o n b l uer darkness of mind,
one ray to guide the mental man, win wo
gladly welcontic the Day: • Till- then, be
pales his itieffectuallfes"—till then he
wastes hishweetneseon the desert utt, and.
till then, let his artof composition decom
pos. I remain. .
Ws complicated complication has no
proto'ype, alone it Stands to. battle' with
the antiquated notions which universal
•man lies long since accepted, dnd to which
I he still; in face Of broad Day-light, most
obstinately adheres., A gigantic work, to
overturn the predjudice3 of the world, a
Day propose , to undertake;
. to overthrow: -
bl:-,` - eid=rhlts;-whichlforLden.turieshase_
been found to meet the wants of man—Aye
e'en to change the forms, of speech which
for ages past had been the characteristics,
I the essentials of our mother taunge. ..
.He would bavo Us pen our thoughts -as
I we would build a loom or press, and doubt
loss proposed to perform the marvellous
' task, never: yet - accomplished, viz: that
of making writers of a cuss of men,-whose
appropriate occupation is managing the.
'hammer of the forgo, or participating in"
that useful labor on the highway iirst , sug. , .
gested by McAdam:. As- children play
with blocks of wood,- and build with them
towering castles in the air, Belie would
build with his "mass nouns" and "co.-ordi
nate conjunctions," a monument of endur
ing greatness, a literary tower that should
outlive all generations which are to come.
His plane aro revolutionary,—but the gi
•gantic proportion of -the-work-before him
challenges admiration. Alexander's name,
still lives in song end story, and oven
though 'the motive power was his insane
'ambition, the greatness of the 'work 'he
undertook and successfully accomplished,
covers'up the magnitude of his cridee, and
makes the wholesale murderer a hero and
ensample. When Day has accomplished
his purpose, when this Herculean under.
talcing—the manufacture of writers—is cc
o„unolished, the means employee will not
be criticised, but the man will make: his
name immor M l, when wo,'who now aro
gathered here to celebrate these solemn
rites, have mingled our ashes with its kin
Butuntll then, let us exercise an option
to accept or reject what is, with the,light
we have at present, a vague, unintelligible,
chimerical conglomeration of ideas, origi
nal it is true, but which serve only to.pr
plox and embarrass the student in' his
search for light.
It is said that his Exemplar, Phillip's
son, wept that there wds no more worlds'
to conquor. 'So may Day's Spirit weep
-when—he—lnts- , accomplished—liis—purpose,--
harauLhaa.tvanfor.gud allmeilin to iiot
oricians, when the univotsal race of man a,
learned to construct by rule literary monu
ments of glory, more enduring than braass
and the wonder of future ages. But until
then, let the vanity and presumption of
.thisman.eoftsigit his memory to the gloomy_
shades, and let remorse consequent upon
insatiate thirstlor glory, feed upon his
----A-few short years ago thia Day began to
dawn. The_ promises it inade.,Were
and aal looked forward to the noon to see
a world illumined with glory. Dark clouds
of mystery and confusion soon filled the
blue-arched vault, and gloom, dense damp,
and unpromising was the unlooked for
realization of man's fond hopes. His sun
of genius sank in western clouds and dark
ness inte.!se, suffocating, was all-that re
mained of Day.
So faded his glory, so failed his hopes,
so perished all his vain ambition. 'lie
relic of his labors to devouring elements
will we consign, and bid farewell With few
attractions. Wo leave it•to our successors.
The legacy is ono whicn coming .Sopho
mores may inherit, and' it may bo that
their fool ish-wisdommay discover what we
have failed to find—the sterling worth of
Art of COmposition. .
-Farewell, and potteeto thy ashes !
Tho procession wai then - formed in the
College Hall, the members 'ol the Sopho-
More class with their Priest ahead, swing
ing a censor burning "red Fire," marching
immediately after the altar, and the other
classes. with friends and visitors in the
The concourse Was supplied with-torches
by the class which were lighted imme
diately atter leaving the College. The ef
fects produced •by these brilliant lights in
the deep darkness of the night through
the long walks'of the Campus shaded by
majestic old trees was magnificent. It re
sembled a living, moving column of' flame
steadily. but irresistably adVancing. Tho
tolling of the College boll added very ma
terially to,the deep and marked solemnity
of the precession.
The processiodiosas attended by the Car-
Hole Brass Band, and proceeded down tbe
principal streets of Carlisle with melan
choly and measuredqtep to the mournful
time of the dead-march.
The pavements and verandahs of the
str'et were den,sely thronged with citizens,
all eager to witness this novel ceremony.
The procession advanced to the, gas
works where the sacrificial ceremony was
to bo performed in a manner altogether in
accordance with its grave nature.
The sacrifice was consummated in becom
ing style by consuming the Book with fire
,rom the cense.. 01 the Primt, Mr.-D. K.
Watson, of Loudon, Va.
The ashes were then deposited in an urn
provided for this purpose and preserved
in order that they might be presented in
duo form to the Faculty of the institution.
Immediately, preceding the burning the
following remarks were delivered by the
Thetunas are these to do grave deeds.
The darkness dotti help to consecrate t a
act. .In uni on have wo come fcrth
Pluto, to sacrifice to the this most descry.'
ing object of our wrath.
rnilt.to be with noble books - or noble
youths, with ono accord wo hand it o'or to
thee. Unskilled to train the youthful
mind, it break tho.smoothness of an honest
thought., (All grim and pale doth staad
our own dear idiom at sight of this grim
monster. Untaught before of modals and
concretes of such prodigious size as• this
book has, wo wish to sympathize with
Pininer and green,) oh I great archdr
'gaiiist our idiom, w.l.Bnany .we givo.theo
up and pray, great Pluto drag thee down
with mournful car and train, to ornte, end
far within the seventh circle lot Aquilo
nian blasts blow hottest,flawes of hell upon
thy face through the revolving cybles of
a Immediately after the burning the fol
lowing remarks to• Pluto were delivered by
the same official. -
Well bast thou pleated us, 0, Pluto, in
thy acne -ance of our offering. The life
of Allis book is gone, but its essence, the
vital part shall still live on. With hearts
most mournful will we now bear it to rho
Chapel and pass it o'er to otbsr hands.
The following Ode comoomi by Mr.
G. C. .Toung, of Harrisburg, Pa., was.
then sung by the Class.
Let &Wee all with one accord
Lament for .71:7V. D'ay.
Who never wanted a good word,
From those, who none could Bay
-Professor wirer passed bid door.
And always lousid him kind;. '•
HA trimly lent to all who bore
Through hint with urgent nand.
He strove the Beetles well to please,
With .datons 'masing stunnlisg,
sfiid never followed sinful ways,
Unless when•he was punning.
His look woo sought I do aver,,, „
=By all the scholars and Profs.
Poor Dick hialialf has h a d: a ehars,
In blinding the-poor Pophs. .
And notr his .Art and beauty Iled,
Ills parasite. Bed all,
The students found when he was dead,
111slast drsordtr mortal.
• Let us lament In sorrow mom,
For Dickinson may say,
That had he livesta tow monDuutiose,_____
- Ifs hed 'nat died. today.
' G.. 0. YoutlU.•
The procession was then reformed and
returned in the, same grave and solemn
style to the College Chapel. ,
is duo to all present to make favorable
mention of the wonderful .solemnity die
played by,all, particularly those more im
mediately connected with this deeply in-.
torestirtg coromoliy. ,
A spirit of deep sadrusse and glootn ap
peared to pervade the. entire vast ,assem
binge and-manifested itself in the most
striking manner in their rigid doeoruni,
both during the exorcises'in the Chapel and
their march-to_tho place ot etiarifico.
Wo era delighted to observe that the
Mantle of the proceeding Sophomore Class
has fallen upon worthy shoulders, and that
they have achieved a brilliant repetition of
what'bad boon initiated by the. Clues of .10 ,
:All .who' witnessed the Icerisinony :Wore
'delighted with its success, and unite with us
in wishing that many, SophemoreTclaisos
may cherish thesame enthusiastic spirit of
Striving -to emulate their 'spirited. Fade
Choice • •Fainily; Groceries, Finest
quality Of Tens: • (Moine brands of Fatii
ly, , Flour: ,- -Buckwbeat and Corn Meal
and 'a lino assortment of queens*tre and
Olassware at , • ,
,•• • '
• •• South-West Corner gOtt
Ap1.28-Bm. " and
DICK INSON to''_the
.time of our going to' prose-last week, we
were unable tb give. a',list of ,the Degrees
conferred on Comaientement Day: -- It is
as follows : '
A. M.- -Rev. Jolin'.Atkinson, Newark,
" ,David W. • Bartine, Professor
• Migh Sohool. Philadelphia.
" George M. 'Lefferts, New'York
D. D.—Rov. John F. Chiplain,,Phila:
, `‘, Itev.•Themes - Hanlonr - Prinet-,
- New Jersey.', •-• •
L. L.-D.—Daniel M. Bates; Ohancellor,,
, Among the (net4ly-elooted Trustees , We
aro. glad to notice the name of Paktum
J. BARR% Esq., of Baltinsere, an old •Al
pilaus and former Trustee of Dickinson.:
Another gralifyibg feature of the pro
ecedings-this year is_that in filling the va
.cancNs in the Board pc Trustees and in, the.
conferring of Degrees, the Alumni of -the
College have been•generously recognized.
After a full and free dissuasion it was
determined to abolish the Grammar &hock
which for so many years has been` really a'
part of the College. ' .
' We think the wisdom of this move will
be abundantly demOnstrated before another
year bin elapsed. ,Old Dickinion is shak
ing herself loo . se from all' make-weights
and entanglements, and--is. on-her-- way
forward to a prosperous and glorious future.
fiIHE 13EST.-:=4onice hove -of -late
years gained rapidly public estimation and are
fall more generally oroVheYed by first-glass physicians
than t hey once were. The reason for this is that
it is a generally established fact '[lint wholesome
tonics used In moderation daily, for years do nos
lose their virtue, neither 'do they injure the sys
tem. They act in fact like air and exercise, and
not no "medicines," which are intended solely for
attacks of Maces. The sixth rntnmrt.ea, especially
those of vegetable origin, afl possess, the common
Property of stimulating the appotitejstrengthening
the nervous system, and 'of Imparting strength.
Women generally derive benefit from them oven
more than men, their system being more liable 'to
debility and exhaustion. , We have again and again
in our experience soon the good effects of tonics
whore the oyes had grown dim and the cheeks pale,'
and the entire frame showed every Indication of
exhaustion, nervous suffering and-debility.
The best established bitters WO° American
public are beyond question , thosa of Dr. &cover,'
and this is equivalent to ffeciarink that they are
tho brat, since among the scores of reallyexcollent
bitters now currant, a poor article has no chance of
tell at once by its effects, almost ;rem a sin glodose,
whether any bitters aro good or` bad. These of
&sever have ' been sold for thirty years, are"-com
pssui of sixteen of the saiest roots and herbs of 'a
woll-k mown tonic - virfue, so skillfully selected and
-rompounded..Viltb.- regard. to. their,mntual—effeets,,
that it may - he doubted whether any more perfect
fofin of this medicine con be made.
Thousands of persons aro exposed to or afflicted
ivlth leverandrague,hlplous ague or other result .1
of Malaria. Lei thorn remember that these lAttere,
are admirable la such cases,. as for dlarrhma and
cholera morb ea, or any ordinary derangement of
the stomach. Try them and be mai stied that they
should he In the stores of 'every family; and the
trunk of every traveler.
It Inn favorable feature in the advertisement of the
proprietors of Dr. Steevers's Ton feller b I fitters, that
no Olaime aro made that they will cure every lii that
Utah is heir to. The weakest intellect can hardly be•
Imposed upon when told that thin or that rem, sly will
remove every form of disease In every etage, and yet
ire van not take tip the majoHty of journals without
encountering an adv,hq Dement 4claring that this
or that medicine IF a nostrum 'A blob la a perfect
apothecary's shop, a whole collego'of physicians In•
vain' rendering all other cures noel eon. What le
laimed for Dr. Stocver's Bittern Is al mply that they
will act as a good fettle, and are capable of doing as
mitchgoed - as a preparation of bitter principle can.
They will not cure incurable diseimes,, but they will
often prevent a certain class of disorders from be
coming incurallo. The preferences and certificates
_issued In their favor are all true and honest, and of
themAppre are hundreds.
From the editorial columns o , Forpey's Phllade
From the Medical. Profession
LANCASTER, • July 25, 1068.
BASER A co.—Potitlemen! In-reply to yours .or
thn 22d inst., I si:mid my, that I have need' Dr.
Stsever's Toole Dab Bitters extensively 16 my prae
ace during several years past. Ido not hesitate to .
say that I have found it to possmis -remarakale eN
racy In cases of Dyepopsia, Indigos lion, Dias of . No
vous Enorgy,:es' ssoll as Fever and Ague, Dia; theta
Headache and other dioceses proceeding' froth a die.
ordered stomach ; and especially . mis it proved of in.
estimable value in general debility of the system
when other tonie medicines have falled to Vrodueo
the desired effect.
Though reluctant to appear as recommending any
particular advertised medicine, a sense 01 duty to
the.public and the medical faculty will not allola
me to withhold my testimony to the merits of the
.Aitters in question. Yours, respectfully,
T. R. PARKER, M. Ile
KRYDER & CO„
Manufacturers anti Bole Proprietors,
121 NORTH 3rd sTREEr, PHILADELPHIA
Fit ally Flour
Superfine d 0.... .................... ........ 4 SO
do RYF 5 00
RED do 100 td ..... —.l 10
, 0411‘13, (new)....
•Ilele, July let 11369. —,----
ci" - reated Weekly be, William Was/mood
'pAWN SIippLDERS, l 8
General• Pr I
22 BACON. BIDES,
18 WHITE BEANS
9 PARED PEACHES
UNPARED PEACIIER . 10
DRIED APPLES, 3 25
USESIVAX, ' 35
BACON HABIB 18
WILLIAMS—WILLI tho 3.1 ult., of
the ro Mennen( tho bride's tether, by Roy. Dr. Swartz,
Mr. E. F. Wrilldme, of Newpott, Perry Co., to Mite
Anna N. IVllllams of Cumberland County.
KAISER—PFIFFER:—Ou tho ith, ult.. by the
same, Mr. Moline Keiser to Hian Sophia nine
both of Mlle county.
BROWNICWEIL—LOSEL—On the 23d ult., by the
same, Mr. Geo. Brow:Jovell,to Annlo E. Loch, both
of this county.
Wo would call special attention to thervi.ry low
prices at which, wo uro offering Fruit Jars both
wholesale and retail—having a good stock of all desi
rable kinds on band. t We hues also on band a full
stork of best sugar cured Rums, choice Dried Dee,t;
Sugars, Lidless, Syrups, Spices and Groceries generally
leffeiter with Qutensware, Glassware, Cedar and
irinofi, ware, Fish, Salt, Oils; all of which we sell at
. Iciwest possible prices and warrant teiglviithefollest
• • •
We markt recommend Han last patent Ps - nitr:Tar
as being: according to our jnaftment, the best and cheapr
est in the market. WM. BLAIR & SON,
". • "South Nod" Carllale,Pa•
Special ,to the Ladies.
We are now selling out et greatly reduced prlceis
ell kinds of Bummor goods such as; Orenadines,
Ilerzranies, Englratillarages, Lawus, Percilles, Par
genie Chintzes dr. Now inthe blue to Beanie gr at.
bargains as wear° . doterml nod to 'close out our
stook at univerea ily low rates. .
LEIDIOII i MILLER. :N
WIRE GUARDS, - for Storei
Fronts, Asylums, Ac. Iron Bedsteads, Wire Wet :
bings for qbeep and poultry yards, Brass and Iron
wire cloth Blort4, Fenders, Screens for coal, cress
sand, Ac., heavy Crimped Cloth fqr spark arresters
Landscape Wire fOr Windows Ac., Paper- Sinkers
Wires, Ornamental Wire Works. Every, informa•
tine by addressing the manufacturers, M. WALKER
"A SONS' No. 11 North Sloth street Pblindelplija.
'A« WORD TO HORSEMEN:',
lOC 'POPIIMP'OEhiIIOt#ED VENITIAN NORSE
LINIMENT hag, been teettil by,the Lint ',Holleman
In thin country, and proved to be superior to • any
other. 21i late'lliramPfnedrnffnl"trottlenr fame,"
wan never withOaterbottle In hie etahle. -It holler,.
need by Cok Dneli , of theraerome Park. amaraeot
Perham, N. t Y., who has', over, twenty / running
Immo! tender his earn; among which reebk Ode •A
fin r eet '4nemicir.' 'lt to :Warranted to' cure
Lamenges, Spraina, Baratelma,..liruiente,
Wind 'Gallo. Colle, SoieThroat, Nail In tho, Foot
and Over neatitig,
,when'need acCording to the' 447'
All alio own or employ itorima • are Aetured' ;that
thierLiniment,will do all, If nottuoin, ikeurlog r thri
above named complahlta. No. horee.,ner'd :dle„ of
Oolie, If, when trot taken, the Liniment la .utied ea
cording to the • directions' 'AlwayahliTO:a battle
in your stable,
Priceln &Allot:the, One Dollar.' The 'genuine lb
algneel tiles-outside wrapper. For
sale by the draggl is, Saddlers, nrikilyprelceeper
klitougbent. 'the vatedliatoo, ;
Place N. Y.
1,5 June lm: .
" • ';IIIIPORTANT
Wei' sea that peisone ofidrong eonetitutione,. and
youog,Aiifferfor dap!, :474, patai efiAbutimbe, lam
appotliu and ie,iarortio: gudiiirdy got well . atter a
chidlugillowed Tbo . relief
prdtibed tfu , ee';emaenailotte ~.ivere,. the: oilginal
guide • tuitibe: Idea and . . practice of purgation,' and
which, uten -enf reed by •11ratideth!iipills„ always
benefit* usually euree,„and often 'prevents • dieoasu
especially Euailot Fever anddiseaseeeYalmilar char,
.. • .
ttirol3titre - -Bannii,i!
papilla 'after boineardatad wlih ,
Thu frla'nda and dottatla 'atinalderod 'lllaidaoyery
poselblo; but BIS boxer of Pllleirestorail
hie health larfaely!.. " •
A yoting lady of Moutit Pleasant' was sorely lion.
bled with Tapo:Worm.' . Alladvloos awl melllclna fall
ed to hulk her; She had no root Thin, .careworn ,
and ttnhappy,!ehe.looked.the, picture of,lnlepry. :At
lost - she conclutleS to. try - DrundretWuPllls. ;In one
.101# she took seventy two boxes. They brought
away, übCotdingtO Iler coluputatleni over two han.
tapa•worna. ,At length all 'her ,bad
auronitoms left Lai; oho alopt and ate na" , tyrglly, and
her health became fully restored.
The Advertiser, having been, restored to health
in a tow . weeky, by wvery elinple remedy; after bay
leg sialisredsoverallp . iwe 'with's severe lung &Tee
tior, and thUttiretid disonae, Consumption in, anxious
to make known to his' follow•eutterera the moans o
-to slfwho. desireit t he will- send-a copy of the
prescriptfail used (tree of charge), with tho ditoction
for-preparing and using tho same which they will
find riAtflt . , COBS FOR obile,trai PTI9N, ASTHMA
BRONOIIITIS, 'etc. The object of, the advertiser in
sending the kieecrlition '01)01101H the afflicted,
and spreafl ififorritation - which- he eonceivaa tots in
valuable f'itiid hoo - hopee over/ )iuffaser,will fry hie
rematiy, as it will coat them nothing arid may prove
a biassing. .
Fprllcs whililng the preadriiitiOn will Please ad
REV. EDWARD A. WILSON,
iWilliamsburg, Kings County Now York
We are now daily' receiving from auction Ohm Lots
Lots of 'Dress Goode of every style. - Striped and
• Figured White Piques, White Quills, Hosiery,
'clover, Handicercliiefs, and' all other seasonable
which we will warrant to sell cheaper than
any ether house in the county to which we ask the
A hum - lot of Parasolitof all kinds. Now style
.light.-Biittou—lloota.alLaltea,.ll.nallnr, Prints •
at reduced prices to suit:the times. •
Aai-DEA LiNESS, BLINDNESS, and • O.BTARRII
anted with the utmost suttees by J. IsAacs 81. D.
I And 'professor of Diseases : of thc- Eye and .EaV in the
Medical Cbllcge of 17enn.videatitn ; 12 years experience
(romp} , of Leyden, Holland,) No. 805, Ateh St.,
Phira. Testimonials can be soon eit-tnis ofce. The
medical faculty are invited to accompany their pa-
In initPrictlCS. Artificial
eyes inserted without pain. No •charge for exam%
guns 68 iY. •
TO REMOVE MOTH, PATOSIES, FRECKLES
and Tan from no taco, use PERRI'S Morn AND
FRECKLE LOTION. Properad only by Dr. B. C. Perry
Sold by all drpgglate.
BUY CHEAP FOR CASlL—Three per root.. do.
ductlou °mall coal othalf Ion" and over, delivered
In town for the cash. No allowance when a charge
is made at
309,.001.t of dry p!ue hoards for mto cheap
now to your time, builders, at the cheap yard of
Polar co. A. 11. BLAIR.
A !areal Political Revolution
vras accomplished by the election of 'ilrant, and a
revolution of` Immense social importance ban been
effected by the general substitution of that harmless
CRISTADORO'S EXCELSIOR HAIR DYE,
for the deadly compound of Iced and brimstone, of
which, according to the "Journal of Chernietry" and
tho Gazette," morn than thirty varieties
hotelmen totaled upon the public I Crietrnioro'n Dyo
the ,only one that
HAS BEEN ANALYZED;
and Professor Chilton, over his own signature, ile•
demi that It In perfectly welcome. •
CRISTADORO'S HAIR PRESERVATIVE, as •
Dressing, acts Elce a charm on the-Halr.after Dyeing
- Sold by all Drill:Wets.
gentleman who Buffered for years from Nervous
Debility, Premature Decay, and all the effects of
youthful indiscretion, will for the sake rjrsnifer.big
'humanity,seniffree to all who need it, the receipt
for malting the simple remedy by which he was
eared. !lipprerfi wishing to profit by 'Abe advertis
er's .experyelice Call do so b% addrcasitig, in perfect
confidence, JOHN 13. OGDEN,
NEW . AD VEI? . TISEIIIEN TS.
AGENTS WANTED FOR PROF.
PARSON'S Laws oelinsiness. With full Di
rections and, Form. for , all Transactions In every
State by TREOPHILTrI3 PARSONS; L. L,•D., Proiessor - of
Law in Itarvaril Unlv amity. A new Boon ooh
EVERYBODY Explaining ovary kind of contract and
legal - Obligation, and showing bow to draw and ezo•
cute thorn. The highest and hoot authority in the
land Send for our liberal terms; oho for oar patent
Ilible Proxpectus.t SENT I'REE.
PARMELEE /t CO., Phila. Pa,
2Eduno Sm . •
IlllttEE DESIRABLE BUILD
•ING LOTS FOR SAGE.
the subroriber offers for sale at Feasonable terms
three very desirable Building Lots situated on
%Vest Louther street In rear of the College. They
front thirly feet and extend back two hundred and
forty. They are covered with excellent Fruit trees
of :di descriptions. Apply to
L. T. GREENFIELD,
No. 4. East Plain St.
• 7 00
• to - -•1 70
F.:4X ECUTOR'S NOTIOE.--Lettere
Testimentiiry on the estate of Benjamin Gis,
ler, Pr., into of itionroo township, doe'd.. having been
Issued to the subscriber. residing In the same town•
ship, notice is hereby given to all persons indebtiql
to said estate to make payment and those hating
claims to present them duly authentleated,lor set•
tloment to 111MIAMIN UR t,loli Jr. „
, • Executor.
NFOTlCFl—Letters of Administra
.lJ Aim upon the estate of John Logan deed., of
Franitford township, have been granted to the aut.
scriber to whom nil persona will make payments
due the estate and all eleima will be presented.
18Juue at " .1. B. LEOLEY. Sealed progosnlsli
he ,ocelvoa at ota ce
y in., Saturday, July 0 24, 1809, for furnlahlog the
Command" at• Uarliale Barracks. Pa., with the
BEST 'FAMILY FLOUR,
for (0) menthe, from and after the tint day of Au'
gust, 1809, or such loss time us Slur Cominissary am
oral of oubsistence, U. 8. Army, may direct.
'Proposals must be in duplicate, rind endorsed
"Proposals for Flour," and must contain tboUrimoti
of two rospoodiblo persons wt.° will sign tiro bond,
rind become responsible far the faithlul performance
of the coutract.
Persons who hid are requested to be present at
the opening of the proposals'. The Government rt 4
serves the right do reject nay or all bide w bleb they
may consider unreasonable, or for any other suffi
EDMOND 0. FEMIET, •
lat'Llaut. Bth env. Brevet Oept. U. 8. A., .A -0. 8.
Offleo of A. 0.8., Onrlisle Irks Pa.
26Juno 6t •,
A. GREAT REM Eby.
THROAT AND. TiUNGD4.SEA6:EI3:
WisErt's Pine Tree tar Cordittl.
.1 I '
It 160 e, vital principle of o:militia Tree, 'obtalhed
by n peaullad Procita 'brain distillation of:tar,' by
width lie higheat medical' propettletrare - retained.
It to the only , 'safeguard and minable 'remedy
which bat oder been' prtpartnt . from the Alice of the
Pine 'free. " •
It instgoratee the illgestlSO orgens mid restores
the,nppetite: , .
It strengthens the dobllltatsd system. -
It purifies aro enriches the' blood, end expels
from the system the -corruption' whirtil_Sarnfuls'
broads on the lunge.-
Pe healing principle acts upon the imitated our•
face of the lungs and throat, ,penetrating tti 'each'
diseased pait,•rellosing - iain and euldning
=Ai on. ' "
the result of years of study and experiment
and IN offered to the afflicted, with , the' positive, as- .
eurencenf Ito power to cure the following (Maine;
If the patient ban not too long delayed a resort to
tho means of guru:— .yy
Consumption of lunge, Cough, Sore Throat and
Ilreant„llronchitis. Liver Complaint, Blind and
Bleeding Plies,'Asthma, Whooping Cough, Dipthc•
ria, ac., ho..
Wirara oftino.asked why aro not other. remedies ;
In the market for Couautirption, Couglis,Coldo. e n d
,l'ulmouttry ntreptfone eqpir to Dr. L. ki.!
Trco Tar Cordial. We'anewpr—
fteuresot by Stopping cough; hot by lobseri ,
end assisting nature to throw off the 'unbealthY
matter ;collected about, the throat and bronchial
tultoo, craning Irritation and eough.
• • 2d: Moot — llnoat and Lungs Remedios are cem•
Yosed 'oranodenee which allay the cough fora
,Whilo, but by' their conetringlng bffeete, the Abiud,
become hardened, and thp unhealthy flulde — coogne
, late and ere retained in the eyetem, causing diseaee•
toyond the control of Gar meatentineet PRyolehdas,
,ld. The Pine trien"Tar CordiaVeritti Its asalstantlb,
are preferable, becaueo they remora the cause ,or it
notion of the mucous membiano and : bronchial:
tuboe, mobil Oho lung to act and throw air the UM
Rennin Secreting and pail(' tho.blood, thus scion=
tiflcasly making the cure perfect. ' '
Dr. WeXhart has on file at hissace hundred*. ond.
thousands . of 'certifieettes,frons,.lifen'tHia , Of
urtgucalfonahm ' eliaracter.'mho .tours' cake :hopeltstlji.
given np. to elite, but through !ho PreCidersee geed
morel completeiy restored to health by the, , Pile" Tree
21ar Cbrettai. A 111.telelen in at magenta who can be
ceuealted by poall, free of charge nice o 0 Pine
Tree Tat Cordial VIM) pot bottle; $ll per don t, Bent
by Elprees. on nolo . or prior.;.. Address . L. Q. :22.,
Wilbert, M. D., No, 202Rorth 2d dtreoVIIII'L:
• 28why But . ,•
- Bilks, Greugdliten,(irgalitly_Laßz,lq.,.PlTug.s.Jitpan.otle.
Rodustion in prim of an Sprlog Goode . on hand. I
will close out tbe balance of my Spring Stock at coat
to make room for New Fell Goode. 'largoltis !a all
Bargains In Roam, ()laves, Whits Goode, A
Splendid Corded Pique at 40e., Corded Pique, one
yard wide, Goa, Men's 'henry Half Hose, 1214 e.,
Ladles Hese at 12%c, Hem !Hitelied at 10 and 123 c,
Blenched Maellne nt,l2%c. All hinds of
at pricca that defy compAltlon, A full nesnrtmont
of Shawl', Paritisole, Sun ihnlmallas, Stoop Skirts
Corsnte, &Cc ahvnya'on hand
CLOTH'S AND CASSIMERA'S
From the Lowest Grade to the Nines! Fretich
llaving alway taken the haul in thie branch of
the business, I would Rai I am Letter prepared the
season than over, to meet the wiehos of all desiring
a good article, or a very fair bargain
eE thn shortest notice by O, firsteclass
MOURNING -GOODS -
ELACK , AND WHITE AIIXTURES,
Square and long, also a full assortment of Funera I
Goods, for wk lel orders will lw•promptiv 'and sills
TABLE CLOTHS, NAPKINS,
TARLETONS, OANBRICS, tte
As I am determined not to be undersold in any
thing in our line. All I ask Is and hispectlon of
our Now Rork Not oponod. I can ionvinco you
that ruy.gwds are cheap.
July 2, 1869
pEPORT OF THE CONDITION
1 11QE , THE FIRST NATIONAL SANK OF CAR-
I LE, PA., AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS.
Juno 12th, MO.
No, 42 Cedar St, New York
Loans and Discounts,
U. S. Boas, (for elreillation.)
do ( " Deposits,)
Other Bonds Sc,
Duo fro. Notional Banks,
"• " other,Bariks and
Banking [louse and I morellos
Furniture and Fixtures,
Bills of National Banks,
Legal Tender Not.,
Capital Stook paid In,
Circulation, Nat outstanding,
Profit and Loss,
U. B. Deposits,
Deposits U. S. Disbursing Of fi cers,
Due to Nat'l Banks,
Duo to o.bor Banks and Bankers,,
The above report to true to tho best'of my knowl
edge and belief:
CRAB. 11. 1.11:PBUItN, enabler;
Sworn' and oubacrib6d bororo we thla 22d day of
Julie 1H69. • ' JACOB' FRIDLEY, Isl. P.
AdAstible Window, Screen,
WILT. FIT .INY
Give ventilation and -
Screen from view and esolude
Fliei, Alosquities, and -.other fizsecti,
THE AD3USTIDIX WINDOW 1 'ORDEN 00iO PANT
coin MANIJOACT REM
623 Market Btxeot, 4:4liladelpt6a.
Fok.golgrby llMlgre lu llouge turnighlug 'Goode.
The Carlisle Shoe Company
fIAVINdI - p.ontleneed the Maim
'.l;:hotero, hate and Shope. the attention of
t TOM lelhalted tirthe large assortment
NoMiirstote anCespecially adaPtedtethe waits of
the Ratan Trade. We shall at. all. times hate on
hand 109ml:data amortmeriVel all the •.
P 0 .1 3 A' It S T R. a
?dada ;byperience of the 'treated experleOce and
skill. tleaThara of the trada•who may Worm with
their custom pre sesuredthat no effort amour part
will,bwapared to furnish Good Goodtcat '
ORDERS BY ISIAO, ehall.retelve the eamo atten
tion that buyer. would rlo person, and dlitaut per-
Belleau rely aeon getting their goods'ou mangy as
good terms by,sendlug their orders, as by pereoually
'whiting us.. • -,
K E „It S,
&: groat vatieiY' ot , NbW
N • R •
Beat Beef glyeeijhe Jergeet
_Mgt at any. Burner made. •
•. . • .
COULTER, JONES' & 004
Manufamuiets and '; Wholesale
31 ; '1; 'flealets. ; ; ' ' •
" 702 ARCH STREET, PHTLA22EVITIA.
I 'pBr+ l y~ 0n North Pitt Street, noar
ty.Oug' Et aitsploy's•onNedOesJor isorolog,
s pocket - lioos:cattalniovi omall 'smou4 or mopoy.
The .111sIor, rotriroing
it to" • ' • HENRY' ••••
ILISUIto It Blpos470111114: ,•'
DR r -.. - .GOQ_D6'...', ..,.,
SUMMER PANTS ,STUFF
MTS-3144}E -T4)- OgDEII,-
B O M B IN E 8,
CRAPE VEILS AND COLLARS
BLAC,K THIBET SHAWLS,
TABLE LINENS ,
TOWELS, LINENS, MARSAILLEB,
PIQ6ES, QUILTS, SPREADS,
NAINSOORS, INDIA ,TIVI
NO. 4. East lifatn• Street
1 7:17 6 -/
A. }C. turEE5l,
W. W. SADLER,
A GOOD THING
Important to Housekeepers,
Hotels, Banks, Offices, .fie.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
` ~ t bl►gLI6LE;PENlrf'A:
The„Loweltt Possible Prices
stiqy_i OFFERS #OR
JOIIN. IRVINE, Totaiurer.
Office No. 40, Third Flooi.
OF BERLIN, PRUSSIA,
Recently of New York, offers thoso who aro suffering
from weak and defective sight his
N . :w _ ‘ll PEBBLE
' 9 EOI H ARO' • °CUL IST &CRT
INURED ACOOROINO TO AOT OF CONGRESS. IN V/11 YEAS
MOD CY OR. M. EIERHH,ARDT , IN THE CLERK'S OFFICE
OF THE OISTRIOT COURT OF THE UNITED STATES
OF THE EASTERN GIST. OF PENNSYLVANIA!
DR. NI. BERNHARDT. IN
• DISTRICT COURT OFTHE
UNITED STATES OE THE
EASTERN DISTRICT OF
rc . I\
GLASS SPECT A GLES,
SuPoriqr to any other lu use—constructed In accord
nnco with 'he science and philosophy of naturo,fu
the pecullai form of
A CONCAVE CONVEX ELLIPSIS,
Admirably adapted to the organs of eight, end per
fectly natural to the eye, afrordlm: .altogether the
best artificial help to the bunion vision over invent
.ed. Used only by
Spectacle and Optical Manufacturer
TILE ADVANTAGES of these Spectacles over all
1. They can he worn with perfect ease for any
length of thee nt rine eitti og giving nritonishing clear
tu•sfl of vision, by candle -.or other artificial light,
comfort t 6 the ,pectaeio•wearer hitherto unknown.
2. How to select GlasAes.—lt requires professional
guidance, even when a good ahiclo is offered Dr.
Bornhardt.not only has .le hest Glasses the. can he
found in the market, but carefully indispensable ad
vice as to theyrdper selection of them.
3. When the Eyes ache. or pain through the ac
-tion-of a bright light, such 4 . 15 is reflected (robn the
snow, sunny weather, white paper, and lu routing,
writ 1ng,..0r Sewing. or vivid - colored bodies; the,.o
lenses, by softening the rays, effect a most agreeable
Beligatinn and give groat relief.
4. In nil Nervous Affections of the Eye, causing
dull and startling pains in the eye ball or temple
appearance of luminous and Molt spots in the atmos•
phero; aching or feeling like nand in' tlie.eyes, the
disturbed nerves ore mileted and itothed,
5. These Spectacles are scientllcallY adjusted to
every case of defective sight with unerrin accuracy
whether arising .rum age, dis: :am, strain, overwork,
or premature decay, by Dr. Bernhardt-on a now and
exact principle, entirely hid own, which has seldom
failed to be-coit ect.
After.- - - ^s of punlit lice. adjmit-
6. AfterieVeral years ofraiblii lorlialce, adjust
ing spectacles to patients under every aspect of de
fective vision, as well as experlenco in an extenelve,
long-established business In Ids Optical Stores, both
hero sad in Europe, Dr Bernhardt considers It a
sufficient guarantee of his ability to supply such
glassed as are best calculated for tho assistance eprz,—
covery.of imperfect sight.
7. M. Bernhardt, to signalize himself Dom the
boat of pretenders in his profession. with pride sub
mite for inspection, copi-s of testimonials he has re
ceived from medical gentlemen of the most unques
tionable respectahlity and talent in America; clean
number ofcertllkates Ir m well known gentlemen i f
distinction who have used ins spectacles-11m origin
als of all of which ho will be happy to show to muse
who may request it. The use of any of the following
names or certifies. es 'hero unto affixed, without on
octuril possession of the same, would ha a forgery,
eapi tal offence, pull:battle by State Imprisonment.
Terstiminy of Recommendations from
Medical Gentlemen, Profesiors of
the highest Opthalmie talent in Car
lisle, Lancaster, Easton, and in the
CMILISLE, PA., JunelB, 1869. ,
I most cheerfully say that I base examined Prof.
Bernhardt'a Loners, and., must say that they are bet
ter adapted to my eight thin any I have seen Before,
and I do most cheerfully andAvillingly say that every
person that has defect. of Vi9iol2,•otight to have a pair
of his excellent Brazilian Pebble Spectacles, as I feel
rontlilek that they will render general satisfaction."
A, J. IlEnmAll.
0 50,000 00
CARLISLE', Ps., :Inuo ltith,lB69
"I have carefully examined the Iliazillan Pebble
and AnStraiten Crystal Spectacles manufactured and
sold by Dr. sl.,Bernhartit, of New York, 19,1t1 am using
a pttir of the former. mysrlf with great satisfaction.
They are certainly superior to any .I . llllVe seen. Af
t Sir s full conversation with the Doctor , I regard him
as accomplished in his profession' nod therefore
commemt lam to my Id, d+ and others for patronage,
so far as the peculiar condition of the r eight may. re
quire Ida services." Respectfully,
S. D. KIEFFER, N. D. -
CARLISLE, Juno 15th, 1869.
"Owing to a poculini formatku of the eye, I have
always found it difficult to procure glosses to suit mo
I am now using a pair of Dr Bernhardt's, with widen
I am better pleased than any I love been 'silo for
Home time to procure, although I have tried various
" I have just boon fitted with a pair of Spectr Iry
'bypr. Bernhardt; of NowAtirk city, with wlele'l I
lutsnA been enabled , to 'read with„eNtieuto ease and
clearbees, greater titan I hard -aver rend before. Ifs
shoWsdhat ho is a thorough master:aids science, and
adapts his glasses' to the peenliarAufects anti wants
of those who consult hint with unquestionable shill.
Icheerfully continend hint to those of 'my
tone. who need - optical assistance.",
Km- 0 P. Wino,
Pastor of the First Presbyterian Church.
"Ilavo exam lord Dr. Bernhardt's lenses, and Mau'
ids description of tho manner of adjusting than, for
thereliof of docootivo vision, anti I oheeclully corn•
+mond him to those who may, desire to consult, a
"Raving ouranrily inopoctod the flno totaortment of
lames exhibitod to too by Dr. Iternbnt'dt, m1(11.641
hie description of tin modoUf adapting them to the
tlifforont tvnutn and conditions Of 'tila 'o3*.lttin
maded that Ito poxacanca touch kitowleilgo of the
Moue° of Optic.; and skull In tho application of Ito
p inelplea to the porpoise of his profettalon,
, ; JOEL
Pitittor of Lutheran Church.
LiDcastuf, rti; M. 25, 1864.
I have examined It grout variety of Olaaprei palm
facturod by'Dr. M. Bernhard!, tinkin fiance to hint,
must say, hat his glasses en of a tuperior quality,
adapted to meet tie • wants of almost every oye,whero
tho vie tin is in , any way, Impinfect. The Doctor er
letztotifor mq a pair of his Australian Crystal Glasses,
wlitch aro of a very superior quality end wolictrauship
rendering vision very distinct, ,and almost as perfect
as lu youth. ' yield this testimony In favor of the
Doctor.% Glasses most cheerfully, as Atoll from my
own experfonce as from the testimonials of many
physicians, olorgymon and other gontlomou ,with
uremia .1 am porsonally acquainted.
JNO. L. ATLEIL•Iid. ii
I have examined what I eonceivo to ho a inmplete
assortment of sperdaolos, maunfactured from the
dtolrallan Crystal, admirably adapted to thflarlons
inflrlics of that oxqulaltoly uolloato orga ,* the_
human oyo, whttln r the impaired vision Is the mit
of dims° or the. natural woakto as holdout to old
ago. regard' the upochnens of Dr: llornhardt the
brat I Intro over smut, and as such cheerfully ragout•
bend them. - •
HENRY . CARPENTER, M. D
Lancaster, pa., Alay . 2o, 1808. • •
have examined Dr.. Id. Outlaw'tit's:very eons
pletenesortmant of ,Fpeetnelee and Leese t , and fled
thorn admirably adapted to remedy such imperfeo-,
done of vision as eon be bonefitted by the shill of
the Optician, The material used in the' manna°.
WI) -or bin GI humus la , o f romarkablo.purity and.
beautyr ad adds very much to their value. I re
oommea°ll him with great'ohoorfulowei to tab 'eon- t
(Waco of Oil who may require ale melees.
f 5 • • L ntuip,lpikEitia, M. D.
aini , astOr, ' ' '
.; • !.
It hail glyan me much measure tovnake tne ac
quaintance of Ur, iJornhardt, au4 to examine, his
assortment of Ukases, v hloh is the, moat ootnplete
I have ever seen; Lto is a scientific Optician And
adapts AIR illeussee,,wEn admirable AsbMl ta the, ya -
rime conditions of ,the eye: , • ile' Wasted 'll pair for
ma attar a careful okatainatlon .of oy9a i•r4lcip•
enable mato Vend With great 4•,',ll,liitinct nese and sink
fort than those I. already possess, 'l' Cheerfully ' re.
kommend bins to all who need the services OA Skill
fiat Optiohni, • 10. GititENWALD,4I.' D.,
• • , • pator Chun:4l,ol'mq, Zloty; •
goy IBow' • . ' Lawasterip.,
' STATE OF PENNSYIifiANIA.. -
- - Executive - Chamher — t t
I have for many years'su ered from weaknese - ind
'pain of my, eyes, and cone uent losn'of-power .in
them, I have experiencpd refit difficulty in . pro•
during , glasses to relieve me. This *darning I re•
calved from Dr. Bernhardt a pair of Australian..y4s- ,
tel spestacies which suited my eyes better thanany
'rpm ever used.'and Ido not hesitate to mom
=lend him as a skillful Optician and Oculist. '
'- 1 -11. Q. CURTIN,
' Gove;nor of P I
- Easton, FAb. 1544.1P69.
I have examined the various islasses manulae
tufed bY.Drraf. Bernhardt, Optician and can es.
tify to the elegant. workmanship of all hie articles
He has proved himself by hie long exporloacs a
master in hie profession.
TRAM GREEN, 11. D.
Teatlmonlals similar to tho above may bo Been at
Dr. Dorhardt's office, from tho moat reliable and
-weal known gentlemen of the United Stateo, among
'whom aro : . '
R. B Hays, Gov..of Ohio.
0. Y. Moron, GOT. of Ind.
Richard Yates, Gov. of Illinois.
- Rainsey, Ex.-Gtiv. of Minn.
Henry A. Birth, Gov. of Minn.'
Johnathall Worth, Gay. of N. 0.
R..M.Pattdison, Gov. 01 Ala.
R. E. Fenton, Boy. of N. Y.
Horatio Srrymonr, GOV. at N. Y.-
OPPION HOURS PROM 9 A. M., TO S P M
N. B.—Owing to engagements else
where, Dr. Bernhart will be able:• to
remain here only until July 12.
Caution.—l Employ no Pedl are
CLARK. 66 -. BIDDLE,
JEWELERS & SILVERSMITHS.
1124 CHESTN UT ST.,
- Are opening a large and new assortment of Did
mond and other fine Soajolry, American and Swiss
Watches, English Sterling Silver Ware, Gorham
Electro-plated Ware, Mantel Cloche,
18June 139 , 1 y ,
HOMER, COLLADAY & CO.,
of ALL THE MEREST PADRICS and latest designs, out
table for. dresses for summer 'rear, soMprielpg
.Barege Hernani Broche,
Gauge Cliambrey, in stripes, (tiew
Gauge Chambray, in Brodie figures,
Grenadine Bereges, in new styles,
Organdies, newest and richest designs
Jaconets,- newest and richest designs,
Peroules, &c., &c
ranadines, Buregefyiteld Ilernani, and a ful
supply of all textut es, suitable for summer mourn
department -to skiss'our limportatkin of Saw Silks.
WM. W. DAL), - hl. D
READY-MADE WALKING SU:ITS
Tory moderAd ;
OARIIBI,n, PA., Juno 18, MO
A general stook of seasonable goods
WN. 0. LZVZIMIT,
we Cot of BE. John's Ourctlx
CARLISLE, PAi Altai 18,1809
FIRE AND BURGLAR, PROOF
As/aided the Prix:a Medals at W,orld's Fair, Landoll;
World's . Fair, Novf York, .ISxposMob
''• 4 •'' , ..•) • Malvernlto,
FARREL, HERRING &
Ohas , Mathews, '•
(leo. W. Myers, ~J,
perribg, gari;el,* 8119i1Ttittl,,
ENrring,. Farrel, :86:.09'.; .N.a;arOrl4w}..
pasiood tbn)iigh ecoldontal• ElrOs;•pretterilng theli
abut - ante itdotelnqteocbs here'iterty others felled
pIOOSID,IIIND BAYZII proUe own awl 'other matcco
llertlus'aPaloat, Ohareplon,, Vr sale al !writes.
161u4 pallyT •
JAMOII L. Orr, 0.7. of 0. 0
"faring removed from
712 Chestnut Street,
PHEIR NEW BUILDING,
June -Ist 1869.
Chestnut above Broad St.,
Rave now on band the most complete assortmen
" Robes a volant,
in IR tripes,
A great reduction has been mato lq prices in this
A I.'o stork of all the newest styleF, and et
Will always lielbuial, and - at-
the. very lowest mar;
:',Aprll - .0§.3m . 1 ,
S . F ESj
(With Dry Filling.)
More thad 80.000 ' o/tilXid% 13APhiSilairo been'
is hereby given that LktterstestamentaryOA
• last vitt and testament of Samuel:M=o 1,
Jr., late of the township of South Middleton, eel' a
ty of Cumberland, have been granted to me as.Ex
eanter.' All persona having against-the (16.
tate will please proiont them Immediately, and
those Indebted are requested to make payment.
18June 2t *. . r • .1 , platter.
the United• States , for the Eastern District of
TLo undersigned hereby gives notice of his ap
pointment as aasignee of William Johnson and
„Ditmuel Patterson Johnson, trading as John John.
son Jt Sons. of Mechanicsburg, in the county of
Cumberland and Pinto of Pennsylvania, within saki
District, who have been adjudged bankrupts upon
a petition tiled against theirs by .the dlatrict Court
of said district.
GEO. ,BITNER, Assignee:
18Jo no 3t
TOWN - .PROP.BRTY.AT PUBLIC
Tho auhee4er will offer eels-.at the .Contt
House, Carlisle, Pe', the well known
situated on West Louther. street, nearly molt'
the Reformed Church. - / No. - 23, no by ex
shoriff Hippy. Dimensions orfront building is 25
by 28 Rot, mro•stories Stone, plastered - front p.nd
odd with an attic ' basing five rooms - with a largo
Parlor and Hall. The back building is 16. by 43 feet
more or ism, own-story with a large dining. room
and kitclion with three good rooms up stairs, good
Collar under the front building and kitchen,. with
a Stone SHORN and,_
Separate from dwelling. Also, a. never-failing well
Of water with piimp io it. Also. an excellent brick
Cistern with pump 1n it. with an alley of twelve
feet making a front of thirty seven by two-hundred
and forty feet back to Dickinson. Alloy, with a
weatherboa. dod Frame House fronting said alloy
which rents for from 55 to 50 dollars per year. The
dwelling fronting Louther street rents for 225 per
A LOT OF GROUND
adjoining the same property thirty feet fronting
on Loather street directly opposite the Reformed
Chbrch, extending back to said Dickinson Alloy
240 feet, with choice fruit trees thereon. Possession
will be given immediately on theleonnrinatibn of
deedsgwlth a clear title, the parchasor drawing the
rents from the persons now occupying the dwellings.
c This property RIM to have been sold on the 130th
of April; but owing to the Illness of the owner, the
sale was postponed. It le again before the pubila
and will be sold.
Ealo to. commence at 10 o'clock, A.. 10., on said
day whenAarma . 0111 be made known by
)STRAY. , . ' .
Came to the premiere of the subscriber, In
volt - PAtiteltnrcrttimialdfctlinitillthrralt — orNeisr• - •
Mlle, on May,3oth, A YOUNO attAr MARE,
..Ither below meium elm, and hnd halter on. Tho
rmnor la I: a nnealed - to roll — lnmediatoly, prove
Prolier - Wray exPiiireiraddlltihrttartnalt • .
Jo 11-3 t.. • SAMUEL 113331XDOWER—•
Q TOVES, TIN, SHEET IRON
1.,.;) WARE, AND PUMPS.
undereigned, haying raturned from the Eas
tern Cities with a largeassortment of
usu ally kept in a first class establishment, aro pre
pared to furnish tho 'Alums of Carlisle and sur
rounding country, n' h the best Cook Stoves in the
market, consisting of the
and others, which they will run ante° to boke and
roast bettor, and with loss fuel, than any other
stoves in the market. Their stock of PARLOR and
OFFICE 9 COVES aro not ,surpassed this side el the
cities for beauty, durability and cheapn ess.
. . .
STATIONARY AND PORTA BLE RAN dES,!
end HEATERS on hand, warranted to giro genera I_
satisfaction, with the recommendations of numbers -
.(.4 persons who - bare to, min use. Their stock of
Tin and' Sheet, Iron %Yore le largo, end,guited to the
wants of all housekeepers, or those contemplating
the same, at rates which defy competition.
'They hare added, to their business. a large and
well selected assortment of
WELL AND CISTERN PUMPS
which they are prepared to put up at the ehortee
Spo'uting _and -.Roofing.
done at the shortest none°. Jobbltlgerni4epslrin6
done with neatnosiondrepetch.
' W.AT,EII - COOLERS, • "
of all qualities Constantly on hand. All aro re
gurgled to call and examine their stuck at
NO. 68, NORTH HANOVER ST., EARLISLE, -
where they will be pleased to receive all and sho
their stock, and Condor all satlefactlen desired.
RItINEBMITQ & RUPP,
NK6B, - Nokh Ilanerer Street, :Carlisle.
SHE R K
Inivo now on hand, otitis Canino Factory, N. E
corner South and Pitt atreotrt. _
SECOND HAND WORK,
and everything In hia lino,• on band or tondo to
order. Ile Is determined to get up thetbest work
turned out.in this section of the country. - Nothing
but the very best stock goon Into buggies or car
riages of his manufacture.
Repairing and pelting promptly attended to.
20May 119.0 m
" BENTZ HOUSE. "
(Pormerly Cormati Howe.)
No. 17 AND 19 EAST MAIN ST.,
The undersigned having rrurchased and entirely
refitted, son furnished anew throughout with first
class furniture, this well-known and old established
Hotel. solicits 'die custom of the community and
travelling public. Ile Is well prepared to iurnish
first-class accommodations to all *lio desire to make
a Hotel their Spine or pleasant temporary abode.
The custom froth the surrounding country ie re
spectfully solicited. Courteous and attentive sec
v ants aro engaged at' this popular hotel,
GEO. Z BENTZ. Prorp'•
N. B. A llret•clnss Livery Is connected with the
Hotel the management of Mr. JOB.
()SEP!' 111 ILLEA of Carlisle
ey Springs, Cumberland county, "rat; curod of
PILES and GRAVEL of 17 years.-standing by „tbs
use ofe bottlep of Dr. Campbelni Pain Destroyer and
2 bozos of Ile Liver Pills.
MinnuTowic, Disupbin Co
Dr. Campbell :et you know that I Was
plagued with Fuver.al u Agin., for ton years. I could
not got cured, I at last . ome to Hart lehurg, I heard
of your wondm ni magic Pain Desboyer and your
magic Liver Nils I ,ught 4 bottles and 2 hexes'
and they cured me one month.
, MICHAEL ()ABNEY.
Dr. Campbell will kelt to cell anigginte and deal
ers. Price 60 rents or $1 per. doz. or by the gross
$2l. Each dozen Is put up In nice paPer boxes with
his like...lntl signature on the tildes, Liver Ills
$2 per dozen; gross $lO 50. ' Wo. al Lozenges $2
pur dozen; % gross $10.60 per dozen.
All letters should be addressed to
OMNI No. 130'111rd street.
between Cheztnut and Mullaney,
Fold by all Druggists and Duelers everywhere.
For sale by HAVERSTICE BROTHERS declare
In Drugs, Medicines, de.
'THE MARY INSTITUTE
A Boarding School for GIRLS
The ninth annual session will. begin ,qn Wednehday,
September Ist. • For circulars Cr furthin information
fuldreas •-• • . "
nor; W. *.O. LEVERIITT:-
- Carl Isle, Pa
CAYIJGA . CHIEF,
a. a fa • ,
MOWERS &. REAPERS.
" . - VIIEEDER'6 PATENTS.
Built wholly of Iron and 800, with doublu Driving
Whoehh. flexible Fingur Bar and folding Cutting
eap i rt i rs , , ,o or ac , lmr i tlLtto bi r n o s luisicfa of a ycrfort
iIANUFAOTUBBD BY TIM.. r* - - •
Cayuga Chief. Manuf'g . -Cu.;
'AUBURN, NEW YORK.
For liale by D. A. WIIIMPLE, .7Atsier'e Lintel,
BTIIREMANdTOWN, OUMIi, CO.,
.Offers a large aid sind assortment of Nuritory
Consisting of all ltlittis of fruit trees of the beet it
rletleafor Central ronitaykrinia. Oritattiontal treegi
Floviesing Ebrnbs, arid alatge stock of grape Fines,
every variety, went' growing. All kinds of smal l
ltrults,"Osag,_, Orange ibr hedging, $5 per thousand,
!loses and I.lreb::Cattee N.:Owe and Plants. Every
thing wanted to thu Nat:tory lino can Whet' here
, as,,the beat prkonv,' entsluguen!atitl price list rent
giratise , ; - „, . • . •
• Mona:A " ' . •
• • , Letiern of tullnioletratlon on the' eetatw of
m. Esq.; .doe'd... latn of MountAlolly
Spring e, baring hpbn Wined to the eubsorlbrre re '
'eldlng at thn lame place, - notion to herokx ttlren ‘ to
all persons lodoined to ashleelloto
'and those having alms' to present them duly 11,1).;'
•• • • WIARLEN'A. "MULLIN G '
'Vol. D. MULLIN, ••
28maygIE ,: - • Admlnletraorf.s.
Whol.ala and Beton doalor in hardware, Iron,
teol, Nails, Building Materials, Pints, Oils,
Glass &e. „
Bluest quality of- American end Engi sh Pocket • " I;
,and Table Cutlery.
Every description of Tools adopted for MI Me.
ohm:Oral Tmdes of tho moat celetwated•makers, and
warranted in ovary 'palmed .
- Guns. Pistols and Ammunition.
fa, any depth 'warranted to give satisfaction
FARM RIME'S. PLOWS, CITAINS, LIAM HS,
GRAIN LIAO S,WO4'he.,
Builders receiViimaterials to it great at/rootage
both In price and
Howekeepers Goods, !Poi utensils% 'ln great
WE ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR THE
GREAT FUEL ECONOMIZER
PITENT..EXOELBIOR WEATHER, STRIPPING
adopted for doors and windows.
We feel ourselves competent of - piessing oft as
our goods era of the highest In quality and lowest
Orders by omit receive prompt attention, goods
delivered In town free.
• Parties Indebted to us for 1868 will plonk. be
pronipt in their payrieent. and all to whom we aro
Indebted will please present their, bills. for
31 N H 0 0 D.:
HOIifOST TIOW - RERTOR ED..
.411/FE, Just publisped, q a now Oltion of
144f,e Dr. Culverwell's Celebrated
••• ITIOti 0) of 8P HIM &TORII II MA, or
Seal Weaknol. Involuntary Seminal Losses, IM
POTENCY, aluntld and Physical In cloneity Impedi
ments to marriage, at;.; also CONSUMPTION, Ern.Lrar
and PIM Induced by solt.indulgenco or sexual ex
xfp,..Prices, in sealed envelope, only 6 cents.
The celebrated author, In this admirable esriay,
clearly demonstrates from a thirty years' successtul
practice, .that the alarming .coniequence of self _
abuse may be radlcally_doted-without tho clangor- -
ous - ute - Of internal medicine of the king 3 painting -
out a mode of cure at once simple, certain, and ef
fectual, by means of which every sufferer, no mat
ter what his condition may ho, may cure himself
cheaply, privately, and radically.
Aar—This Lecture should be In the hands of every
youth and - every man in the land.
Sent under seal;in a - plain - onvelope - , - to - any- ad.
dress postpaid, on receipt of nix cents, or two post
stamps. -Also, Dr. Culverwell'a "Marriage Guide,"
price 26 cents. Address the Publishers,
CIIAS. J. C. KLINE & CO.,
• 127 'Bowery, Now York, Post Office Box 1.556.
yALTIABLE HOTEL, Property
AI PRIVATE SAI,E,OR EXCIIANCI FOR A FARM
The auhsoirlberoffers at pr iva to sale the well known
hotel stand In Newvllle, Pa., known as the
L 0 G A 1 , 1" 801T573.
The lot (upon artach the Hotel stand..) contains 57
by 180 fen, and In addition thereto will be inthl rot
excellent GARDEN containing 83 by 18) hit.
The house Is largo and substantially built of stone
containing 8 sleeping apartments, good flar-room
Dining-room, Parlor,ltilchon and all modern woven
iancog. A good Well of Water at the door,
for. forty _horses, Ice I.lousa, - Wood House, - ,9molce
Ilouse and all necessary out-buildings.
Tbo Logan [louse is widely and favorably kn.",
and is largely patronized. It has boon quite recently
renovated and repaired' throughout._ •
Terms to suit the_pur claser,
• For further particulars, apply to the . siubscribot,to
rt his absenco to- Peter A. Atil, At Newrillo, .
JOS. A. WOODBURN'.
Thefirept - Pacilie Rairoad is finished !
FIRST MORTGAGE BONDS
UNION KETITRAL PACIFIC
BOUGHT ABM SOLD
Bankers and Dealer... in Governmenls
No. 40 South Third Street
GREAT CI,6BING 'OUT. SA 1,1
OUR ENTIa 7 STOCK OF SUM
MER GOODS to by closed out in thirty days,
If possible. Tbo gOateet.'
ever offered in Carlisle are now to ho given by uc
cur the next thirty days. Wo aro determined to
'OUR 'ENTIRE STOCK OF SUMMER 00005
We will ksop no account of what goods cost, 21hey
must nil ho sold without reserve. •
DEDUCTIONS AND DISCOUNTS
ore ostler of the day. We haTo a entuploto or.
nortment of all hinds of goods yet, at out!. wonder
fully low prices is to astonish the most experienced
VI 00 010th fur
2 00 Cussimere,
1 00 do
60 Jipapelos Mixtures
00 Oranlto PoNos
40 Ppogeo . do .
60 Best Cirp6dies,
16 00 La. Shawls,
SILK COATS AT lIALS THEIR COST,
Summer Shawls for $1 00
$1 60 Hoop Skirts," _ 1 00
Carpets, 011 Cloths, Blinds, Twenty-Ore per
cent. lower than the lowest,
Domestics' of all kinds exceedingljj lod
We will give you morn 'verde I.n. your money,
under any and all dr:whaler:kr.", then can Im had
elsewhere. Call early and examine our prods., See
our primes, and bo'convlneed of the fart.-
5000 prfunderof Woof wanted, for which we will
pay the higheat market price., '
HEATING AND YE:N.IIII)77N°
' • WAREHOUSE
No. 11 - 32 and 1134 I\lailnd Suva,
,Golden Eaglo ,
1? N A .. - C • E
This in en entirely nun heater. it is construct
ed as to onro commend Iteolf to Mineral favor, holtig
a combination of wrought and cast Iron, It In very
ohnple in construction, and in porfectly air•tight;
,soit.clonnlng, having no pipes or thorns to bo taken
out and dunned. It IQ ea arranged, with .uprlght
fluui as to prodder aliirgor amount 01 heat,
the same. eight of coal than any Coroner now in
use. The liygromotic condition of the Or no pro
duced by toy now arrangrunint ,of evaporation
will at once demonstrate that it to tho
• HOT. AIR FURNACE
that roduco n porfotly healthy atmobpl oro.
am'now tookintrilve Moos of Port airs, anaTour fdr
SDrclul attention ishtso' tiony'N-EW GOL
DEN EACILE 000KIN4 RANGES, no 1 feel - marred
'there le nothing in use that eau compare Wills them
'as regards their durabilltY, economy and efficiency,
with a largo aosortment of Low. Intwit - ,Orates, Fire
Place Storm Registers nd 'Ventilators. Send' for
T.X..1 - 1:011.. 1869. .„.•
'lllO Dfiplloato of Sohord Taxei for tho dOrpukh.ot,t.
Carlisle 'for 1800 Is 'now In the' hands of tiro TroieO
um for collectlou. • ...I
• Noticb Ie therelbio Trarionrer •
attend at the County Court House (Commlooloner's
.0111 m) on 'THURSDAY and•DRIDAY,.2Oth and 00th:
JULY Boat, torkwe,olo•tho hours 'of 0 4. , AL:and •8 Y. •:
Id. of asild day?, 'for' the purpose, OTrarekrystAtt ,
taxer, up to Which time an Ababa/ant Ol
GENT. will bo, made on all was Pat v : zy e .: -
wiehing to ply, Moir Dutra o
R DIT E 1)
1 , to • 1
f 0 in 5 Olt
W. O. & CO.
SCAN G E 4