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EXItitITIOic ALItifIT W,
The fotlOWing particulars of the Oxecittiron
by the Spanish authorities in Cuba, of At
Mawr Wirrrii, a 'eon of Jilittr WYE=
Zsg., formerly "d Csrlisle, will 'tiO road
With melancholy interest by the nuiner
otte friends'of the fanitlY.of Mr. WiETH :
On the 20th orinnelast Albert Wyeth,
an American south ,netyst twenty-two
years dege, was tried , by diUmliead court
'medial at Santiago de Cuba, sentenced to
death, and seven hours thereafter truogy
executed by the Spaniards. Whit his of
• fence was and In what apirit he met his
fate will appear from the following let
"tors. They are published without, the
knowledge •of his immediate family; and
without their consent sought ; for this is a
case which concerna the whole American
reopPkand no oth attend may hope to state
it so clenwly, so ealmly, so strongly, with
suob directness and such moving 'pathos
as has bore been done, in his last hours by
the young sufferer himself
TEZ V . iiLIIHTEZR AGIENCT
SANTIAGO DX CUBA, Juno 20, 1869
I told you that a Mr. Jimenez, whom I
know in New York, told me I, could go
with him to Falmouth at his expense,
which offer I accepted gladly, hoping in
three or ~ four-weeks to return to employ
ment benefited in health... Instead of go
ing to Jamaica, as .the papers of the.vessel
were made out,' we were when near the
Cuban coast, suddenly told, or rather or
dered tadidembark in Cuba, and the ves
sel was according) , ruts in to the coast.
Ac soon as I learned the object of this
movement I:strenuously objected to taking
any part in it; but . l was told that if I
attempted to escape they would shoot me„
and I was therefore forced to remain with•
them until an opportunity occurred of
presenting - myself to the Spanish troops..
This opportunity fortunately prcsentf , ..
Itself about five or six days ago and I too:::
advantage of it at once.'. I have bees a
prisoner in close confinement ever since.
A great many of thodo who , were on the
vessel, about twenty-eight orthirty in all,
have been shot and this will my fate
unless the fact of my having be so mit
erably deceived, and of having"presented
myself to the authorities soon as possi
ble, will prevail with the Governor. I
have met kindness' from everybody here,
and am not without hope' of obtaining my
liberty soon. I care less for' myself than
for mother and 'father and all
my dearly' loved ones at home. I know
what a-dreadful and gloomy surprise my
death would be. God grant it may not be
so. have trusted in Him fullyand made
tip my mind to yield to His will, whatever
ft may be. 1 have heard that the Govern
or here is a just and kind hearted man,
and I hope he will be induced to consider
the, circumstances under which I came and
that he will soon restore me to that liber
ty which I so unfortunately and without
fault of my own lost,
WITIAOO,IIB CUBA., June 21, 1869
_ I hero been sentenced to did at seven
o'clock this morning. It is new about
two o'clock. - I will be shot. I have just
received the holy baptism in the Catholic
Church. , The priests are very kind to me
and I with five others—four of whom
were companiona_of mine on the vessel-,
will pass the night here in the chapel.
This city is generally called Cuba, but the
proper title of it is as above.
Remember the day, the 21st of Juno.
have little time to write, 'but the
American Consul wily.' hope, give my
family all the information be cart by let
-ter. Twill die bravely—without a tre
mor. Ido not fear death at all. My on
ly regret lathe pain and (listless it will give
my mother and father and my beloved sis
ters and brothers, as well as all my dear
ones. 'Mother, remember you have some
children. in heaven, and you and father
will soon be there, and then we will, see
each other again. This life is so full of
'vicissitudes that, although God has ever
ibeen more than .ordinarily kind to me on
earth, I embrace eternity with infinite
joy.. Oh,. be comforted through 4139 US
Christ, our Lord. Think. of the blessed
teliange that I told you had tritely come
over me in New York, and how.happy. I
am now m the assurance, of God's merci
ful goodness. 1 die happily, joyfully. Be
comforted. Wo will meet each other
'soon. Oh, glorious philosophy of Christ's
veligloni Whatdeligbts it gives promise
ofJ • •
• 'To Tether, cress', dear father, to Mary
and Lucy, Lociand John, Gordo ' her hue
.band and their children, my love—my
eternal love. And to my dear aunts and
•couslns, touein James and hie children,
and, In fine (pardon the necessary brev
ity) to all my dearly loved 'ones, good-by
:km a little while-and everlasting love. If
you know how 'happy I am in the prospect
el leaven you would rejoice and be com
forted. Let us prepare to meet, in God'e
bosom. A. thousand last kisses and good
by—good-byl I am full of thoughts of
Your loving , happy son
THE -PR9GRAMME.—Through the
courtesy of Pref. P. Tule. HELD, we arQ
enabled to give our readers the programme
of music to Retreat on Sunday, evening
next; thelili.inst. The pieces are all ar
ranged by Prof. HELD:..
1. Airs from RobE•rt le
2. Overture from Tancredi.
3. Potpourri from Norma and Bonier;
. 4. The Village Rwallows—Waltz,
Dress Parade at a quarter before 7,
List of unclaimed letters remaining
in the Post Officio at Carlisle, Pa„ for the
;week ending August 4th 1869.
A—Arnolde, Samuel ; Athims, Mrs Ada
. B—Boyd, Mrs. 'Jennie • Burtnctt, Jacob
Black, WM. ; &idler; "mob . ; Bizler, D.
; Beck, John ; Brintm, Henry; Bender,
C—Confe, James ; Carson, Wm. ;
Cramer, J. A. S. ; Cornmap, Ephraim,
(farmer) ; •Catherruan, 'Miss Louisa ;
ramer, Miee LydiaJ.
D—DotOrar,Geo. W.; Davidson,Josepb
E—Elbert, Miss Sarah E. (2) '
F—Fink, - John S. ; Fredericks, Joel.
G—.Gothard, Wm.; Gross, John H.;
%ay, Lloyd; GoodKJohn J. ; Girls, Mrs.
Harris, Wm. ; Hayward, Render
non ;....Bnove,_Christian ;_Horner, J. D. ;
I l eonora.
M—Miller & Garret ; Murphy, L. H.;
-,- Miller,. Miss Elizabeth; Musser, . Miss
Ba'rah. ' '
P—Pritchett, Thomas. • '
Or (foreign.) — . Rh oyual,
Md. Sarah 0.
B:—Shambaugh, Mrs. Caroline; Smith,
henry ; Shannon, J. C. • Sutherland;
T—Thomas, Mrs. Louisa; ThOmns Mice
Kate. • -
y_Vonlomberg, R •
Samuel ; Williams 0. R.
'lrot, Davis Watson, Della, (2),
Michael, (2); Zin, Capt. •
OEM? TOR POW:IX
• , . ,
B—Bly & Co., D*vid, Pittsburg, pa
.P—Peitly, John, Mount Joy, Pa. ,
• A. X. Itnzau, r.
iWo would call the attentionof our ,
, renders to the adtertisernents df Seisard,&
-Bentley, whioh aimeer, on the' outside of .
our rimper of tornatoly eash week. They
• are enterprising Druggiste, • lie. 1,89 Map
St., Santo, and are doings big business
in the Alternator the Hair, which btu, Won
: triediand .prevenb
toe the beat in ueo.—
Nattlyit:s!. Muszpnt for August,
• ditise4y.lbott,.the editor relates, with . her
eingutar,power of brief and 'eight descrip.
thin, OPathetteiciperitince Of,i her - hoipital
during the late war. • 'Ha, story of
•!*.rt' Old-rishioned-Girl"; , le continued,
some slow fashions
ClMok.;,'and, ber family" will
•,. , Please ;the , little !'Writing
iireittetraottro.and Interesting.; .1.1 iddlo
Veteii: ,Vres'Oott; the
•:isitarlde.hthlyClhat ` POZZleZirirger, ISCO
the whole handsomely Illustrated and. l een
::"Tilitittedr.'•s l . o : ll year: '' dingle , number
• 110BACI,B,Pifalfat,Pitbilshar •.
14, Bromfield Street, Beaten.
• 'PIPOOSIti) 11.14,1411.0A.D. 10XTANSION.
• iron track, .which is extending - 1U
ATMs in every : direction over our great
country, is , doing. more to unite the people
together Jo -the bonds of Jraternal feeling.
thanp lvtiaps isny other single cause. Rail
roads are branching in every direction, and
communities are brought into' cliiier rela
tionship. • Our adjoining State of Virginia,
eight or ten years ago, wee really . farther.
from us than , the States of Illinois and
Meson& But the iron 'horse is penetrat
ing our rieighbor and will soon bring the
people of all sections of that beautiful
'country into close communion with us.—
The latest railroad project which will tend
towards this end is the proposed extension
of the Cumberland Valley Railroad from:
Hagerstown to the. Potomac' river, and
thence 'on to Martinsburg and Winchester,
at both of which places it will connect
,with other roads. The Cumberland Veber
road, running from Harrisburg to Hagers
town, may be considered .a branch of the
Pennsylvania Central, and must eventually
come under the control of that company.
From HagerstowntO the Potomae the dis
tance is eight miles, from the Potoniaeto
Martinsburg twelve miles, from Martins
burg to Winchester about • twenty-two
miles. • The country through which the
proposed road will run is a rich one, re
sembling.in many respects our county.
The people of that section favor the pro
ject: Charles J. Faulkner, of Martins
burg, has addressed a letter to Mr. kdward
Watts, Engineer of the Cumberland Valley
_Railroad, ip which, he says •
I am highly gratified to see this evi
dence of the progress of that improvement
South, and obeli be most happy to be in
any manna- instrumental in extending it
through this valley to Winchester,.where
it will be brought connection with the
lines of the Southwest. I had, whilst at
Long Branch, recently, a very interesting
interview on this sub;ect with M. Thomas
Biddle, of Philadelphia, and at his instance
and request called to see Mr. Thompson,
the Pr•ndent of the Pennaylvania Central.
I could afford him no topographical in
formation on the subject that he was not
already possessed of, but assuredliim of
my earnest and sincere desire to co-operate'
in obtaining every facgity, that would
offer an inducement to the vigorous prose
cution of tl e.work through this portion of
Virginia. The energy, success and ability
with which your railroads are conducted
in Pennsylvania' have disturbed the
equanimity of our -Baltimore monopoly,
anti, Ms. Garret, in his last reports, con
cedes that in view of your enterprise and
activity, the Wr Langton county branch
of the Baltimore road has proved an entire .
A few years ago the people of the Valley
of Virginia did not welcome the visits of
Pennsylvanians. But it is plain from Mr.
Faulkner's letter that there will bo a
hearty welcome to Pennsylvania capital
end enterprise when they carry the Cvm
i nand Valley Railroad through their
rich but neglected country. Tho advan
tage will - be shared by the people of both
Pennsylvania and Virginia. Our State
will. be aura to.derive benefit from it, for
It try her groat railroad. onspany that is to
push forward the work and that is sure to
be able to control the extended road. The
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. and the
Chesapeake and Ohio Canal will both be
tapped by the, road, and will furnish &good
deil of busineas to R. Already, as Mr.
Faulkner's letter Intimates, the Baltimore
monopoly" I:M9'W itS.eguanimity disturb
. • ,
ed, by:the;aetivo,arid aggressive character
of the PenasylVanfigßallroad management.
00NTRACITEI AWARDIII.—On Fri.
day .lait the 80th ult., Capt. E. G. Pitapat,
A. C. 8. •and A. Q. M. at Carlisle Bar
raCks, awarded the contracts for furnish
ing that Post with forage, fuel dm.
' We append a schedule of the bids so
they were received. .Those marked with
a star (*) were accepted, and the contracts
'. THE ROLL OF HONOR ..--Editor#
of Herald : Many additional names hay
ing bteu received and added sinceyour
last publication, the Moldiers .Roll of Hon
or now stands -as follows, and comprises,
the Armies of 19 'Officers and 289, non
commisionrd officers and privatf—. The
list has also been revised.. and corrected,
but there may let be names ' inaccurately
published. The Roll will be no longer
published, but now names may still be sent
in to the Secreta'ry who will add them to
' , e r(cOrd, and all appear in due
el,.e on the enduring tablets of the ,mopu 7
trent. • •
The publishers of the'HanaLD have the
turr , t thanks of the officers of the As
sociatiOn for their frequent, and gratuitous
publications of the Roll.
LIST OD OFFIIIBItS..• ' '' .•
Col !teary J Zinn, 130th Pa Vol
Col Henry J Diddle ,A AGen'i Pa Bee Corp." ' ' -•• .'
Cept John It Enead. sth CB Artillery - -•, .: . -
Cant Jas 0 Colw.ll, Co A 7th Regt PeXtes Corp
Cept Thomas P Dwen, Co II lot Beat Pa Bea Corps .•,'
Cinpt • Wm Lit:ghat:rep B. 150th Palloi .... ~.,.-:- ---
Capt Wash McCullough, sth Pa Cavalry.
Capt George Corms:44N, btitkltog Pa Vole • . •
Copt Darlei GI May K 7tb Pa Cat. .
Llent Joseph Stuart, CO II Ist Rest Panes Carpi
Mout George W Confort Co II 7th Reg:. Pa KosCorpe,
Limit WitiA.Oivier, Co I' 139th Pa Vol '-- -. •
Moat 'also P Kauffman, Co II 911. Pa Cavalry
Lieu:, Thee Mounts 9th Pa Cavalry
Eliot Aled if lbw:, Co II 17th Pa Cavalry ' • .
Lieut Wi n B Dlaiwy, Td lowa Cavalry , ..
Surgeonmee A Dawson Co B lettiolorado Vole
Jno B Coover nth Pa Cavalry •, . --:
Wm , P LAW AsPlog II II N . I • ,
':; . lit Regt: Pa. Ace. Corp's. - '
Frank Hunt, II • - Ned kbadiaon, II l '
David Askew, a ;,... nuttod,i - :• .
Joseph Zwing, U , , Chas Traotild; I ' . ..
Wm Donnelly, II John Mathias, I
Curtis 6:1Mo, It • John thiiier4
WPilant Watson, II - Christian Kauffman, I
John Black, U, v , _ • • . ovillennedy, I - -- - .
Frederick Drowst,'K John Ltut,l .
Samuel Dakar . 'll -- Prank Wilson I ' '
Wm Q11110•1,II ' Wm Barter, I •
John Clouser, II , ~ Wm Dunlap, I'' t .
John Shatter, n . John 13.k.r,)i .
Ceo Norton, PL , , • Wm . Spottswood,,, ' ~..-
- . ..._. .
. Red. - Corp 9.• , ~ : :•, •
David II Spahr, A.- ~ ~ .
ifiami K Smith, A'• :
George P Wildlo, A,
ItJohn A Schlosser,
Irelinge_ i r ' ~ •:.
Daniel 1M Hoover,. U.
Oen II Smith' U,,_ ...; _ .
J Richey Clerk, U :• ~:
John Devlin, U • -
John Linloger,•./k. • ' • ,
Semi Wesley, U.,, , '
Max Darehal,ll ~
CluMßenverman,ll' - '
John Author:7,U i, ',:i:J ;
Bohj IMlcjr. 11, • , ..,..„ ~
Ellcel, lupe, 11. :,.; ,
isidwoider• It;' . : • ;,
Thom 3•Aahes' ,',.,,,
4 7 . 0 00.9134414 16 1
IC! !. I ' '
Lliii . AßOliteolli.::' . !
DM, Clotalkdd It
KIWI COnnit • ~1 ,....: -'
FranklinA tiPith,m ''
Janoti &lin' T0.K_: ,, •.._.' -
MiltinaWarti,:r.Lak : , •
Wm 111111 sir Pi , . I ',/ .
IllaisidiJ ,I;i4ilS; tg.,:,'
4 1 4"irii$i ! :.
ittti g6 ntA l : • :1- '
. A.o' Obrista4s, 4 ~ .. ', ,
Ws?, Ololilligi ALIO '
Fmliendolion; A .
-Wm It Uolmeo, A••
Van Boron lb), A ••• •
Win Zimmerman, 1,
Jobn R. Kenyon,
Goo W Wolooal ',
Gnu BrOOkbillp, A
John T Cuddy ' A •
Jae Miler, A
Wm A Low, A
Joe II Stolle, A
'John Gallic, A -
•Joha T Adams, A • ;
.Chu Jaroilok, A • ' ; • •
Fred IL Rio % A •
Edwant T Walkar •
Diold B Walker, k 't
J Itarry Rby, A.
lloMTorooni,‘ • ,
Dayld Itavenittot, A. •
Part* Milano', L• I is
, ltrsll, ,
• - 'IIM Rite
114 aw Doi •
Jolla bulb A
g B ' l6 * 8
aE s 8
8 8 4' Et a
,Ttaohias ;The, U. .
Fr.d tiaono, P' Geo Benno, P
Jsmss 0 pile,T, I .
James Tysort,a ' •
---"- 78i1t - Pegt; - ka. Vols;
George II Ooover,D I George Oros?, D..
Peter Darr. G '• /oho neon, G -
Samuel T Kunkle, G •Deoi Hipple.o
Reuben Lino, G"• ' • • Adam Oheaffer,
Richard Lilly, a Thomas &toddy, G
1174 Beat Pa.. Vole.
abiale. Huber, 11
Henry Yloyder, I
Maisel Mt:on, I
John Lti ts,B
Thomas Neely, II
99tkRegt. Pa. Vole
Wm II Chapman, A I •
Whit Relit. Pa. Vol,
I Chrletiati nothe, •
Lsyl Nati, A
102 d Rcgt...Pq. Yob
John Pahuostock, a
1.13711 Reg!. Pa• Vole,
Peter It Philos, 1)
Regt. , Pa. Vols.
John Y UCMeth, G
11eglatitto Hoovor,P`" -- 1
D Roemer, F
Thomas English. 7
Elarouol 11, May. P
Theo It Zinc, F
Fleury F Lainborton,
John Fitser, F
Keller Bobb. F
.Peter Y Knisely, P
Beni F Barekmaer,
John Barkley, G
Levi Bender, II
Joseph B Suavely, 11
hfitiolaa Lenbar, - P --
Herr Miller, D
Geo W Green, A
Wm 13 Greaten, •
A Brownswell, •
.Philip neer, A
Joeeph P Wearer, •
Marion B Carbaugh, D
John. A Btlchler, B
Thad McKeehan B
David E Millar, H
Wm A McCune. B
Wm P Woodl. B
John W Cm% B
Jens K Allen. 11
Joseph Connery. N
George Brent:or, D .
Alexander Smith, D
148th Regt. Pa. Vols
Isaac Bear, A
149th Regt. Pa. Vols.
Leal H e pp e A I George Ewer, A
158th Regt. Pa.
Abraham Myers. A Jame. Cunningham, A
David Davtiiiill, A IJam.-e McOmkey, 0
Jacob Drickor A • Samuel IHlvel. F
Hugh Campbell, F Daniel A Ziegler, F
Eli Ford F - Andrew Fiches, F
Zaeharim Ford, P Henry Outman, A
Joseph Stine, F
, 184th Regt. Pa. Vols
John G Trout, 0 I
. . -
187th .1461. Pa. Trois.
F Eschenhergor, B Henry Nonemaker, D
Joseph Shave, D B moo] Lute ,D
Theo KBoyles, D • Urlati Stahl. D
He E Faughouder, D David Sheriff, D
Wm P Gensler, D
188th Regt. Pa. Vale
Joseph Hillard, I '
194th liege. Pa. Trots.
John ♦ Pienkt
-- - 200th Regt. Pa. Vols.
Wm N lleagy, I Michael Smith, D
James Kroll. II John Ankew. IS
Lewin It Fink, II • George Wolf, D ,
Henry Yost, B D Lanker, B
• 201st Reg. Penna.• Vol:
Richard 0 Moore, If.
202 d Rept. Pa. Vale
Jacob Burkhart, H Motel ilipponsteel, 0
Sylvester J Orrin, H Joseph Reese,
Samuel J Gochonnur, 0 Joseph Gochenaur, 0
Robert Grocer, 0 Jesse Swart.,
William Webb, 0
----- 209th Rest; ,Pa.
Thomas Hoerner, A . P.ppch Sykes, P
JohnP LoW, 4 I Samuel' Hollinger, P
3d Penn'a Cavalry.
10 Vanderbilt, It
Edward Tarronni H
Geo W Trout II '
Zach McGinn&lin, II
Joisho McCoy. H
Culbertson Holier. H
James Gilbert, M
Cline A Iloltxmen, II
Abdiel Trone. II
Alex Enter II
.Josieh Gamble, II
Wm Myere, II
Wm II -
Samuel Golden. II
Archibold Yvllon, K
Joseph Livingston, K
John Woo, K
George W. Heck, K
Kiram Cleaver, K
Leabright %oefaunor., I
Joe A Shannon, I
Samuel A Welsh,"
'Jacob Day, II
Jnhaaton Bishop, II
Jacob Agle, D_ Mider,'" •
1 Robert Laughlin, I
' Samuel Speed?,
Joshua Duncan, I
Casper Liman, I.
Jacob 0 Croon, I
Samuel McCullough, I
Itobt L Kelly, I
Hoary L Cermet, I
* David Woods, I'
Christian Valslngar, I
Anthony Y Knlssly.E.
. 13th P ewe a • Cipary.
George W Graham,) , John Soydar,F
Anson Smith, l Peter linnlebereri
GsoliT Kallor. L John F Gettys, P
David 1 Iloerner,l John F Mounter, F
Jos Rudy. F Wm D Kauffman, I
David W McKinney, P Genial/ Forney.F
Wm II Miller. P A Y Steward. F
James A Kelso. F Jacob Myers,ll
Benjamin D Kelm, P
150, Poss'a Cavalry:
'Jahn .Butdert; A
17th Penn's Cavalry.
D.oia B Bollinger, P Amos Hershberg sr, 7
Emanuel Beni th. 1 John W Kaufman, F
Polomen Low, 7 David Kutz, P
James Conley, B Charge W Meow, V
Robt Belly. V Thomas Space, V
Was Shatr,,F Martin F Shoemaker,•7
John Barret, V - Ensectiel BtoUffer , V
.D.vid Carle:F Abner W Zug. F
Samuel Dearderf, 1 Geo W. Whitmore, V .
Campbell Evilhock, P Samuel CI Weastina, 1
James O'Donel. F Wiliam SesiOs ' F
Witi - B Flinchbaugh, P Wm II Weaver, P
Pear Ginter, F . Lewis Ringwalt, V
19th Pa. Cavalry.
Sore! Wood, C
20th PenWa Cavalry.
Wm !Wiley. ➢'John M Kunkle, A
Mmee A Griffith, A IWm Bhell7,D
22d Pa. .Cavalry.
Jefferson Palm, F
U. S. Cavalry.
Clam 'Fought, 4th Wm Reicher
Wm Connelly, 2d [John Weigle, 4th
• Pems'4 Artillery.
Gob W WeIA, let SW Christ, 3d
Peter Pauli 3d Wm 11 Albright, 3d
Horatio 31,11oneton,let William Hawke% 3d
Bamuel Rortel, 3d
Mary buncen, 24 Regt Cal 'Cavalry
Wlille F Elliott, F let Rhode Island Cavalry
Jas W Rohn, L ells Minot, Cavalry.'
HARVEST Homs.—The Annual
/tartest some will be held at the Fair
Grounds of the 'Cumberland County Agri
On Saturday August 19th 1869.
. Itefreehtnents on the grounds. All are
By,order of the . Society. _
JOHN HATO, Secretary.
July 98-9 t., • , •
THE; . DEST.—Tonice have of late
years gained rapidly In publlerestimatlon and ere
far more generally employed by lirsholase phystelani
than t hey one' were. The reisen An this is that
It le a generally established fact thit wholesome
Onkel :need 'in moderation daily, 'fbr .. .:eare do not
lase thift virtu., blither do they - injure the.
tem. 'They Sot td hick like kV. and exercise, and
not as "medicine., ,, which are Intended solely for
attacks of illness. .The skrtsarainairtisospecially
ose 'of ;Segotiple imissesS the oommon
property of stlinulating the appetite, eitengtheaingl
'.the. baryons. systim,;and. Of: impattini_strength
Women generally derive benefit, from them liken
mere than men, their system belag more to,
debility end exhaustion. We base again and itgain ,
In 'our experience Seen' the good. effieM of tonics
where the eyes hadgrovM dim and the cheeks pale,
at* the entire (mine *hewed every I:Wiest:ion of
exhaustion, nervous suffering and debility.'
The best '4lstabibthed bitten before the American' ,
public are beyond qutstlon those of Di.. Stirrer,
And this to equivalent to' ' declaring that they Cr.
the best, mince among the scorei - of really excellent,
blame pow current, a poor article. hs no chimes 's'?
Mimesis' whiteier. The most Niel:Want person nose
tell at once by its effects, aimed Prinn's single does,
wbt.ther, , any bitter. Cr. good'Oer,,,bad., These - of
Eltcever heed Nieto/mid' 'fbr 'thirty yearn, ate cuml
posed of !detain of the safest roots and herbs of".
I . 6l6known tonic clans, SO skillfully selected 6
c6'mpouuded with regard to their mutest effects,
tiAl it Mai 66 doubted 'whittler 'an'y more .'perfect
'form ot this medicine sun be' roaderi ,
. , . . .. . . .
Thousands of persons are azpoidel to or 'afaleted
10kli fai , eriiiid'agnr,billfoini agui; tirUthsFradulta
of , inalarli: , Lot thesUrigisplbOrtbaCithoss bitters
are'tadmlratibats'i snob coves, ' . a■ fordhu:shom- and
rhOlOra',m'Orhue, or - end, ordinary dirsaiomoot of
tip' itotoioh;l , Try diem Avid:ln asitlat ad tbat'they'
:should be li . tba atones of ovary , faintly, and the
iiink' of siS4 flavaler. - . - . ,
~. 'lt lia'SavoirabtafiatUrOti the adt:Oittiornorkt of the
p 2 roprlsiora of Dr. Btotvera'a Tonlanerb Dlttera, that
110,61ilint aii radii Oak thl atia,alfsl7 111 -that
flesh, fa hatitii, The - iiiageti'laiail4 o Coa n hardly be
huposod upon when told that this or that rowdy will
rainoy, sisy to* oitlioaini iu'irioiy state, and jet
. viii.icr aot, tits uithls'ssisjorlol4:JoUrnals arlabotit'
encoudtsring as adaiuttstoient ,daclarbig that thin
:ot 'that midloliti r lsrab stbiltuni,':ao)4l ; is a Parted
liDlIthOl4:710 ahni;;Ca'rholiAnilefils'iif ihyolotani 'ln.
dim'' randerlas 411 othar,-eiria suolosa. What hi
' laltaii Ear Dr: fit* is/kJ:M.OOO o':oi it reily,thaf44 . 7.
, IP SO 44.raa. teat;,; octlifliii• of if oloy ii;
tau& iosilia It traiiirmin
oth li t
t Pr t fil ia ir '
la ' :
- 11 0 4111 1 1 iit tor?" 0 ibl•iliwOi b• RN On
'0444 0 00'4 1 0 16 410.0 erl " . • • '
Ii itttieiiibooi alttor :d'hi4l4i,iifil
:9 . 4 8 ** 00 it! . h00 . 4 - i '"- ' j" . ' • "! l''!
1 Aida 34 ‘f“473 ol WW ,l .4;ita 6 ralldael
phis nat. ,
From the Medical , Profession..
- • , , f , , ~ LLtlo l tgrai, . July
Zinnia yours of
the:Adjost,k Would. sayl.thai have used Dr.
Stoever's Tonic Herb Mart eitenalvely In tai urge.'
ilea during seveinieare:peet t l 'I do untheiltate
say that It "top:i'ses iterearakale etfl
cuoy Dyepepsia„lndlgestfors, Lessor le t
yens Energy, ai wallas Paler rind Agee, Disnbrea
Headed'• and other,disoases proesedini from a die
ordered stomach; and exPeelilivoitae it proved of int
estimable value in general debility of, the system
when Other tools medicines haviffelled to produce
the destred 'effeet. ' " ' •• •
Thengts'ioluctant to appeir as reeemdiendini any
perticuler advertised medicine, a sanea'6l , •duty
the public and the Medical faculty/ will not' allow
me to withhold say testimony to the merits of the
Bitten in question. Yours, - respeatfully„ '-
T. 13. PARKER; io
SIitYDEB,, & CO.,
ItannfactOrers and Solo Proprietors,
121'NODTII Srd STREEf;PDILADELPIIIA:
SOLD EVAitiiI9IIERIC, '
4June 2m • • '
JOIFDEAVNEBB, TILTNfiNNI3B'-and OATAIIRII,
treated with the itinost enceedi• by J. leases, M.
D., and Proles - sox of DiONILI of the Am and Ear (his
speciality) in the _Medical College of Pernsyloania, 12
years experinee, (lormerly of Leyden, Rolland.) No.
805 'MTh Street,- Ithils, Toetlmonfala can be seers
at MI °Mei: - The medical faculty are-invited to no
compiny their patients, as be has 'no accrete in hie
practice.. Artlfitial oyes !flooded without pain. No
charge fir examination. " •
30J sly 00•ly - • • '
BUARP—JAISEB-0 thidlet ult., by the Rev. Dr.
Swartz, bin. W. M. Snob end Mien CALM/. JAMIN
both of Newlin°.
. We wish the young couple abound Once of happiness,
add to tho battle of life may theyaiways be Sharp
enough to ..paddlo their own canoe. , -
Bhippenaburg, Wednesday July 11th.
Dr George Butte, aged 79 yoara. -
CARLI9I.I6 PRODUCE MARKET
Carpels, July 296 b, 1809.
Superfine d 0....
do RYE ' . .
RED . do
OATS, (now)... .•...• .
FLAXSEED . ...... .
Jul; 20th, IEIB9.
Corrolted Weekly b.
BUTTER 20 BACON SHOULDERS, 10
EGOS, 20 BACON SIDES 00
LARD, . 18 WHITS BEA N -5 15
TALLOW, • PARED PEACIIEoz 26
SOAP, SIONPARED PEACHES 18
BEESWAX, 36 DRIED APPLES, 3 26
BACON HAMS 18 RAGS 8
We hay just received and offer wholes/de and
retail, u full /assortment of eery choice Tau A lot of
the very finest sugar eared Hansa. A lot of the
fluent "Riefory Cheese' at quite reduced price.,
wholesale and retell.
A lot of pontos Cider Vinegar--very .our and
put up in splendid barrels, which we offer at ex—
ceedingly low prices, wholesale and retail. A lot of
the very cnolceet genuine Old Government Toro Cof
fee—browned or green. Also choice Rio Coffee, A
lot of good browned Coffee at quite a reduced price
in full cock let.. Wit. BLAtR & SON,
. tffjune "South End" Carlisle, Pl.
Willk It AILING, 'WIRE GUARDS, for Store
Fronts, Asylunie, Sc. Iron Beateada, Wire Web.
binge for sheep_ suditoultry yard., Erase and Iron
wire cloth Sieves; Fenders, Screens .for coal, 'ores°
send, lc., Near" , Crimped Cloth for spark arresters
Landscape Wire for Windows &c,, Paper Makers
Wires, Ornamental Wire Works. Illrery informs.
tionlyi addressing the miniitarturertr,M. WALKER
k SONS' No 11 North Sixth street Philadelphia.
.lOTA friend who has traveled in o.rmany, ra
ports the folio wing Incident, for w bleb ho vouches
During the summer, Dr. J. 0. Ayer spent some
weeks at Dresden, in conference with the chemists
of Central Europei where he was heralded as the in
venter of th . . world.renowned medicine. that bear
- hie name, and considered one of-the American -co
lobritiee. Wh Ile riding, one day, his open carriage
fell in with the cortege of the King of Saxony , on
a drive frcm the Malian. The Doctor soon Lemmas
the chief attraction, and received the masked at
tention of the people, who were even more demon
strative in their courtesies to him than to the King
himself,. whom they see ro constantly. King John,
observing this, wrapped hie military cloak around
him and recliord upon hie seat, while our great
American mouldy° mad did the honors for the
royal retinue, gracieuily bowing, hilt in hand, on
on every side, until wearied py his exsessive conde
scension to this old monarch'. people.
We ore now daily, receivhog from auction Ohea
Lore 'oLtDresa aods of every style. Striped and
Figured White Piques," White Quills, Hosiery,
Gloves, "flandkerchlefa, and all other seaeonable
goods which we will warrant to mall cheaper than
any other hotmo in the county to which we ask the
attention of buyers belora purchasing.
A large lot orParasols of all kinds. New style
ght Dutton Boots all' sites, Muslim!, Priuts 4 kc
reduced prices to suit the times,
Tns 4AIMPLILILLIDIOONII3 00 YOOLIAN. Thinsln.
tinier, set of people pre descended from the aucintit
Art... of Southern lifelike, and still retain come
of the peculiarities which Stevens. and Prescott
gore of their ancestor,. Dr. J. 0 Ayer CO.. em—
ploy a small army of them In digging Pansparilla
root. 'Presided with nanny! ewes, a coil of rope,
and a bag of water, they are reedy for the forest
where the wild banana furnishes them "'lib food,
and (Melt-leaved tries their only abetter. Pew of
those.who find themselves rejuvenated by this pre
duct, know how much they are indebted to the toll
of these humble laborers, who dig health for thous
ands of Dr. Ayer's patron., white they sometimes
lose their owe:LH/108ton Commeralal.
The' Advertiser, having beep restored to health
r few weeke, by a eery simple remedy, aner..hav
log suffered several learp with.. lever. lung affee
flog', and that dread Mamma, Conouneptieri is an Mug
to malc4) known to his fellow:aufferers the me►ne o
To ell who desire It, he will send a copy of the
prescription need (free of charge), with the direction
for preparingand tieing the Immo which they will
find a SURE CURE FOR CONSUMPTION, ASTHMA
BRONCHITIS, etc. The object of the advertiser:ln
"sending the Prescription is to lenefil the afillgted
rind spread information which he concolvds to be in.
valuable; and bp, bopee„every, sufferer will try bin
remedy,as It will cost them nothing and may prove•
Parties swishing the 'prescription will please 'ad
dross , -
'REV. EDWARD A. WIII.SON,
WlDlamiburg, nap County Now York
t ,„irentieinnu Who 'Atifered foy_yeere iron Neryotte
04111ty, Vlepteture Decay, pnd, an the' effect. of
yontlifill } 9 diecr4tion, W 1 11114,46
huahlty; -iend 'free to'it ileiedtt. the receipt
for making the simple remidy by which he , gm
onied. duffireii; wishing to prpilt by the eiciieetie•
er's experience can dOiio by 'eddrolielnis;in perfect
42 Oelli'r 14;-tion York,
.Bpeoial to tho •Ladies. •
ViWire oow eellioje out Wt., greatly redhead price!,
all kinds of Bummer goody such At, Grenadine!,
Iternanoleee hoglish Barktexi Livros; Pereolles, ?Air,
stole Chlotree ae. Now I. the time to teethe gr at•
hergsloe es i w,e are determined to close • out our
stork 14'itolve4ill7 low -
bElDpou. t MILIOIII.
acted with the utmost success by Y. Taiga M. D,
and ProfesitOr of Disecties,uf the Sys amt Far its the
Medical cbtieg4 , o,r
„ s ft jt ni ryiumpri,.p years eaperslanci
(Ibimeel,uof Leyden; liolfand,).Nd.
- TeetlmoMale son be man at tolp Moe. The
'medlcai teaulty He Dialled' to 'a'ccompany theta . *
.ttentsias he beu Po asoiuts Ittblepriettei;'Aittuatal
arts Ingested without pain. No chordal?! uttatal;
• • . .
, . . . I
JACOD .Oprutere—Deat 'Olt: have .IMeti,sittleted,
for the lest teu .yeAte e wilt! the Rheumatism' .aud:
Omit. Your Ulttera er'ai recoMmeetied , p4op; . l
bore, mod It, stet I amitied .to iv itlisiedteetq'q .
.perfect cure In i eery ,eltoit time. Therifore /.. re.:
commend : gig ell perepiM ,eitlieted et Ittiebe ,eatte
di . ,I' consider it the bett Gore .lii it'll for 'lib"'
disease tim humeri itedili eakiWated io, '.l -,, \. .', ..,
( 3 ,. :3 1 . • 3 - 3E, pie YOUNG, PlOtedelphieJ . r
. • met Itirkjlst,Llte lan:vines Compani 9f , iv T . ork
' ; '.lesfrini itialke . arrangements irlth einermaqed'
', 1 44./ . l2ollliPce',4 game .P . ,!eutlill#: pareberland,
!:..:119e , 5• . 411 oommualeations ehmq tne.4l,llrpesed
110 1 0 01 :, tAtOitt., 46. 440;
:44uptiat, r tot. entatemtett. Plettagalgtda, Pa.
,•PO . OOO l l 1 0 444 , ' 1 04.40 ,1° _., I 0 4 00 0
.001i 4 111 'PAZ biuturcatini shNp Ord of
#mar 00 t • • A. U.DIALII,
BRANDR . F.TWS PILLS.
They reaive_all bad accumihitlons• fiom the
bowels, and puiltY 'and Invigorate AO midget. All'
Whose health le not perfect °welt to themeelves to
take a few doses Of Prandretti's PlllO, becauee the
Reeds of dcay . are constantly eradiated by their
oaset,ond the principle of life confhmed,ihneiiilOg
a vigor of body and tilled to a nerilid'whin We have'
bean need to eio the faltering step and the enfeebled
General Pees. 4he dleliamilehed `liheritor of Ve•
neauels, nye he :ham used thom an hie oily moat
clue for thirty year., with the moefeatlefaitory
For Costiveness, Dyspepsia, and a Dim Ily Bty'dleino
: Daniel L'lonnef,Esq, :Astor House, Now York.
cured by Deordroth's Pine of Dyepepela and 0 °Mire!
nrworhen all other moinsuseG bpd felled.
A gentleman. whose, father died of consumption
at atiyears, wail also attacked, when about 2., by
the. disuse. H o had cough, night sweats, and
general debility . Dec'orit ret....temended cod liver
oil, but he wisted away. At last he determined to
tee Brandroth's Pills. In two months they have
made him a sound man. ,
GRANT , AND. PROSPERITY
Duaineee railveo tinder lho new regime. Other
than general gaureo have, however, given a tromen.
doua Impetoas to the gale of
Chrisfadara'e Lzcelsiol Hair .Dye..
The ihenalsts have come out hi two lending acieh
tifie.jonrnals againetihe lead and sulphur poisons
' for the had (for that is their proper designation')
with which the country is Infeetodorhill I DI. Chi!.
ton, th's first analytical chemist In Anierics; annou - ri-
NW to the world that • •
Chrlitsdoro's Hair Dya is Dtterlii.
and that he he knows it to be so, imams - helms anA
lysed it. 011RISTADORO'S lIAIR . PitESE*ATIVE .
as a drawling, nets liken chard on the Hai r afte' s
The Gre'atest Discovery-of the Age
THIS 18 ADMITTED TO BEITME PACT BY,TUE
Then ends who . are now neing Dr. Tobias' Colebrat
el Venetian Liniment. It has been introduced Once
M 47; and no one once trying It fe ever ttitbout It
It %111 positively ore the under-mentioned core:
plaints, If used as directed:
Chronic llhoumetlem, Sore Throat, Headache,
Toothache, Spl eine, Deniers, Old form, Swellings, -
Mosquito Bites, and pains in the Back, Chest or
Limbs, Also 'taken Internally for Cholera, Diarrhoea,
Dysentery, C•lup, r , Ile, Sol Sickness, Spasms, Ac
It is perfectly hormieseto take internally. (doe
o ath accompanying each bottle.) It has never fail
ed to cure every case of Diarrhoea, Dysentery, and
Croup, if used when first taken. • Always have a
bottle in the house in-readiness, and you will never
Price, Fifty Cents and One Dollar. Sold by the
Druggists and storekeepers thhughout the United
Slates. , Dispot,lo Pare Place, Now York.
FOR BLACK WORMS AND PIMPLES ON TUE
Face, nee ',saw's COWMEN, AirD PIMPLE REIM;
prepared only. by Di. B. C. Perry, 49 Bond St., New
York. Sold everywhere. The trade enpplied by
Wholesale Medicine Delors.
TO REMOVE MOTH, PATCHES, FRECKLES
and Tan from the face, WM Pleat's MOTO AND
FRIICILII LOTION. Prepared only by Dr B. C. Parry
Sold by alt irugglete.
BUY CHEAP FOR CAREL—Three per cent. de•
ductlon on all coal ohialf.lon and over, delivered
lo 'town for the cash. No allowance wheli a charge
is made at
giresumn pleasure - to - tartly that Mr. - Scheetee -
BITTER CDADIAL In my opinion in purely ♦eyetablo
its a .nstltution, and an excellent tonic, being
harmless in its character, and not being all alcoholic
stimulant. ' ' ELE STOCKTON, M. D.
fopao Gast No. 1 Pales for sale kw at to
yard of A. R. ➢LAIR.
NE-W--- AD V EKTISEMEN TS
Carlisle Building cud Elan As oclation.—
Notice is hereby glean that the annual •lection of
officers of the Carlisle BSl?ding and Loan AtlO'clet
tlon toservAfor the ',nevi: year, wilrbe• held Cu
Sat t urdav the 4th day of SepOrnber, 1869, u 1 the
Arbitration Chamber in the Court Uouie
hero' of Carlisle, between the hours of 6 and 10
By-Orderof the Bout.
Aug f I 1
FOR SALE.- . .
A Private Residence situate on South Hanover St ,
Carlldle, nearly opposite Early's lintel; owned by
James Remit. - The lot contains 100 feet in front run
ning back 210 feet, and belay 70 feet in breadth at the
rear. Tho buildings are nearly now and in excellent
order, comprising el commodious
TWO-STORY BRICK FROKY:BUILDINO,
with a largo Two-Story Erick Bock Building attach.
ed , oontaining all the modern improvements includ•
ing gab and water. Tho location of this property is
one:of themoat eligndo in the town, and will be die.
pomal of on favor ago' terms. For terms and further
particulars enquire of
Real Estate Agent.
VALIJA BLE REAL ESTATE
AT PRIVATE SALE.
Th'e Bub cr.l - or whaling to relinquinleh farming,
off,e at private r to two Valuable LIMESTONE
FARMS, situated in Monroe townebip between the
York road and the road loading to Rollins... Serious
short m.le Churchtown and 1 7 ,:f Miles --from
No 1 Contain'," about 76 ACRES. more or or lees,
of excellent Lim - tone.land in a high et..to of cul •
tivatton. The Improvements aro a good too-otnry
Pima Route with W- -is 'llouseatid other °Mini ild•
Vio, an excellent new Tenant Mouse and
a-1.--ue Bank C rn with wimou sheds, corn cribs and
other norms v outbuildings.
- This 'frin - two splendid springs of running
'water lint wii`chevery field mtvht °Belly be sup.
plied. 'Ti ' . v !Triage P.M two eplendld trout ponds.
Moto' Iv alma gond 'Orchard of choice Fruit, such
as Apples,..-P. P ehev, Ohmic
No. li. 'Contains-.about 70 .ACRES of excellent
Limestone .nd in Sod' rite Oder. The improve
ment, are a double tw.betory riEATIIERBOA EDER
MOUSE, with kitchen, bake house, Ac. A frame
Beta recently repaired, with 'rayon ailed, corn cribs
and other ont-bnidic vs attached. .
0. 00 ILBY
An excellent Applo Orchard with a largo quantity
of OherrlaS and other choice trults around tho build
ings. Good well of water and a large cistern at the
Tr desirable a trket of woodland for each placo le
Persons 'slatting to viow these properties sin de
MO by ceiling on the aubscilber residing on the rood
is aling front Churchtowu to Boiling Springs about
one wile East of the latter place, or upon Wm. U.
Lets living close by. JOHN LUTZ.
OAU3 00 tf
EXECUTOR'S SALE OF VAL
LIABLE REAL EBTATE.^
On Tuesday - , :September 21st, 1869
7The subscriber ' executor of the last will and tee,
Lamont of Jacob Burkkolder, dre'd. will sell on the
above day at pSolla the following viduiible
Beal Estate situated Is South Middleton township,
Cumterland county, on the York road, about 6
miles South of Forlislo, within 100 yards of the
Sotoh Mountain Railroad and about era' mile
East of the Baltimore turnpike.. ,
No. lis good GIMESTOSIE FARM containing 80
Acros and 09 Beebe- nest measurement, of Bret
quality Limestone Land, under ahi Iftto of cut.
tlyatlone' .The improvement.; on this tract consist
of a 'al ge. Twonv vary Stone House, Wash Hoses,
Snook(' House, Bark B co; Wagon .shoat, Coro Crib,
Ac. A good Apple Orchard is upon this tract,
In go d repair, a large part poet and rail: A good
well or water near the Nose.
No. 2 coo, alus 23 Acres and 29 Perches of good
Bottom land, orectod therc.,ti two Ode fitou and
• halt plastered Roams, a two etory Polling Mil ;
w ith ' , water right," also belongs to this tract.
No. 8 centavos twenty-her acres and ninety one
Waves of,the very A re c o vere d
of limestone land,
three acres etwhleb Are covered with a good s quallty
These tracts will be offered elegly sr together ea
Thore will also be amidst the same time and piece
two , tracts of Meuutaio land.. the adea caotaining
twenty emu, 'sores and laperche.,:thremh which
the Bantam* turnpike peas, at sot owl tulle south
of Mount Holly; the ascend tract contstna tour
acre, and eighty two porch.: and is Winced 'about
ji culla East ol.thir new briek'btaper Mill. 'Both
these tract, are well.covered 'with., oust, and lh
fagchctout and all other.kitl of timber, eapeclol
ly the latter tract of foUraeren, which Vona of the
eery Snail place; of timber land in the South Mono
. Bain, the gin and being moon, and:-easily aocesab
Any person ',lilting to slaw either of , thoae prop-
Artimprodone to the day of malt, can do no by call.
log upon J, D. Plank, residing on the form.
Sale to commence at,lo elellealt. on sitM day when
Lorna will homed. known and attoddineo Mien by
: BAktUltb .DILLEII,;Sr..,ICar.
• • .0f Jaeolnßurkholder, atoed.
$3.. Volunteer, Lancaster Stausiner, 4lechanice-
T'burg Journal please copy. , I ;augft-td'
FARBI AT it XV:01 , 112011113 . TALI. •
•IFfifiay . a t 11 o'clock,; A" AI
be relit it' Public gale' tio'promises that
eelpabls farm In Went Periesbbroinch township,
Comberlarid'eonaty being On the Heath side of ,the
obodogoloot'orielti adiointog Plat , being • the
Mansion FerFi . ' el• the'llite'lleelam In 'Longenecker,
deed. Thi s fete oonteins saran arid 40 ilorobeifi:Of.
Which there le' about ate scree bf Timber lend: The
rodielndst if the trent' le all °WM . ,' well fenced,
imostli'poet and rail and board antl'ln a high state '
•of'etiltivethin, This farm Ix well thowarand fe one
of the Most'bradiicitro foam in the ionotjoind le
tWithin tine half mils Of Good fierie'elillie d about '
" The 'lniiireviimenta are a Urge TwO Story ''Bri sk .
Manelon House, W never' filling' Well .o 1 'll'
deer, cave rery'relliable for dorseitlo pprposis. mad
dbod and b*out , build i ngslagood eon-
' There it • luge. eiil''veluibile , orehard of about,
eight ikowioor choice pears,,
peabbee;4e , ' •-' '''• ' "
This fend in eefiefilleatte'elinretwis and schools;
'lntl is la' finery relied; o vitiated dmilsable herr
' P,esiots 'letahltig to' 'rieslothlii grtOljetty CW3' .call
Mk% Oahe Igingehebiter OW the: premises,
eellthe aisle tchowl'en'illev ef exhe by
• p En. sly
INett.irekethotte4r; , .', . i.".
"sir-Volunteer Ant ( 440101 )4104 4 & , ;•
NbTiCE . .. ''•
a. : • "I , '' ' ' .) '`
'', :.. Yr;
tbeotice is hereby given, hat any teflon will beheld,
on Monday, September Ith,llBeff, between the holm
,c,LIO.A.M and 4.P. M...4t.the_olllce.of the Company
In Cando :Jot the pnrpone pf electing 13 Directors to
serve for t o cantina. year. • . .. .
, . . By order of the Board, • '
• 'Aug. 13-3 t - . , • JOHN T. (MESH, 6 oc'y.
FRESH GROCERIES I
Alvraya to be bad at tho
N 0... 88 EAST POMFRET _ STREET
And why aro they always fresh? Decarso we sell
a groat amount of them, and sell them low. There
fore, turn our stock often, and conadquently our
good. must Lo fresh.
You will find everything you wish in the way of
- Deed Beef,
• - • Tongu •3,
Biscuits and Crackers of ovary description,
Sardine :, ltnglsh Pickles,
Lomon Syrups, &e., pod no and to
N 0 I 0-N S
It le useless to mentlon them; comp and see for youte
,selves; cud punts If It don't unit you to
coma, oond your childroo, as they
will ho dealt with tho eame
care re If you worn •
• hero yourself.
taken in exchange for goods, or cad%
GEO. B. HOFFMAN'S SONS
No. 88 BART POMFRET ISTRERT,'.
August 869. CARLISLE, PA
Noncc—llavlng transferred my entire Intermit; In
the grocery to my Buns, 'therm indebted to
moan requested to Cottle with them during.my
mono In Europe GEO. B.II.OFIGOAN.', •
ACCOUNT OF J. W—EBY, Treas
urer of the board of School Direct Ors of the
borough of Carlisle for the school year ending first
Monday of June, IEOO.
Juno 1, To ',Stance In bands of Treasu
rer at annual settlement, $ 2202 60
To amount Of school tax duplicate ups, 11163 40
July 17, to State apProprlation, . 542 SS
ctugUst 3, to loan, 1000 00
October 1, " 100 3 00
To receipts for tuition non res. scholere,
June 1, 1809, to amount ororpald by
By teachers' salaries for school year,
By coot of now school building, out
By ropairs, - 9urniture, kc..
lly printing; - atatlonary, mesranger,
cleaning rooms and all incidental en.
)108., 067 08
lly coal and wood. .404 05
By old College lien, insur - ance and rent, 474 OS
lly interest on Indebeadneha to let June,
1809, 330 17
' --- Clilih — Orretnlitßserc ------- . $17401 - 19
By abatement to tax payers, IPPO 12 '
By exoncrationsallowed collector, 365 REI
Yeas 01 collection, ' . 397 33
June 1, by balance ourpald and due
Treasurer, $l7 63
June 1, 1889, Indebtedness of scbool
• District, $7lOO 00
I certify that I have examined the account of J.
W. Eby; Treasurer, as above stated for 'the school
year ending first Monday of June, 1861) , end the
vouchers, ire; accompanying the Fume, sad fled it
correct as there set forth, and that there is a. bal.
sues overpaid by and due to the said Treasurer ne
of Ist June 1860, amoun flog to the Sum of seven
teen dollars and slaty•thrce cents.
_ . ft. O. WOODWARD,
0. P. 1111Allt1011,
. Pres Mein
July 20,18de, Financial Report read, approved,
and ordered to he entered upon tho minutes of the
Board and.pubilshed In the more of the District.
By the Board,
D. P. DUMRICII,
By virtue of sundry writs of Venditloof Espouse
and tenet Parlila, leaned out of the Court of Coo.
non Pleas of Cumberlaud county, and to rue di
rected, I will expose to Public Sale, at the Court
House, In the borough of Carlisle, on Friday, Au-.
gust 20, 186il
. at 10 o'clock, A. DI., the following de
scribed real estate, to wit:
.. . ,
A lot of ground situate In Shiremanstown, Lower
Allen township, Cumberland . county, Pa., bounded
on the North by. Main street, on .the Eaat by
John Stoner'e heirs, on tho South by Henry Emir
-I'•g, and on the West by Charles Znlgner. contain
ing one acre, more or less, having theron erected a
tw, story Log and Plastered Dwelling-house, atabla,
-blackemith shop, wood shop and other outbulid•
loge. Seised and taken in execution an the proper
ty, of Christian Stoner.-
Also, a lot of-ground situate In the Borough of
Newv:' le, Cm:Aerie ad county, Pa., bounded on. the.
North by Main etreet, on the loot by Methodist
y llootn e en
F t t h y e m S i o r u e, t c on t ain)
n A l7lyfe and
f roonn t t h by e
100 feet in dop'b, more or lee., (being lot No. - 67,)'
and 10 foot in-breadth of lot Ne Od In the general
plan of, rlld borough having thereon erected a two
story log.houee, weather...aided, with lock build
tog), and :tame shop attached, Ur 1: mach-house,
and el , tern, and other Imprt cement . Seized and
taken in execution 11 t-e propert fJ. N. Ferree.
' Also, a t, act of land situate ;a Middlesex tewn
ship, dumberland county, Pa., (known as the C .r.
lisle Sprlngspiaperty,)coniaining twenty-six Acres
more or less, and I uunded as follow.:—On the East
and South by land of David Common, on the West
by land of William tteawood, JUJU'S Clark rld
Michael Diller, mid crt the North by land of Benj.
Suet, having thereon' erected a' : ago trio gory
frame house, frame barn, ten-pin alloy, both housee,
Also, all that certain tsar: or land situated In the
aforesaid township of WV Mx, Cumberland cot.n•
ty bounded by lands of Robert Clark's heirs, Wm.
lienwood and otbere cant Ailing 17 lures and 40
porches, be the same more or less. fielsed end
taken lu execution as the property of N. W. Woods
and Caroline A. 11 °oils, his wife, and Wm. G.
Thompson, terse tenant:
Also, all that certain building locitlid on a let or
piece of ground situeted in Shiremanstown Lower
Allen township, Cumberland' conlitY, adjoining
Jonathan Balsley on the Blot, on the South by
Second or Green street, en the Were by en alley,.
and on the North by en alley, being a frame and
pleutered house, twenty feet In front, and twenty
nix 0.1 deep, with a back building at. 'ched ; the
main building being two-atories high, and the kitch
en one glory and e-half 111,th. -Nehied .and token in
execution an the property of Samuel Shireman, ;
Also, all that critrand a-half biory- frame mei
snags and tenement, &tutted on the south aide of
thee° street, In the borough of Illecbaalexburg,•
Cumberland county, contalxing fourteen feet four.
inebes In front oneOreea sit oat, and four no ieet
tour Inches In depth, tounded - on be Ent ey lot of
Joseph Itcatil,"do the South by an alley, on the West
by lot of Jacob Denson and on the North by Green
street. :arced and taken In execution ar,the prop
erty at lacob Evans.
Albo, a two story frame dwelling holm with a one:
Menu back building, the main house being 34 fent
front by It Net, deep, and the beck Wilding being
ton foot square; being Ic.ritot on a lot on plena 'of
groundaltuated on the c Est side of YN:: ii;a ,
the borough 'ol Mechanicsburg, bounded and 'de
scribed as toliewei—On South by George Bica
bower, . bn the I net by-au alley, on the North by
Samuel ntsinbacth, and on the West by -York St.,
containing 34 foot, more or lesain front by 103 feet
Seizettand rates to
_e r aerattantas_the
arty St John 'owner, to. . • •
Algo, '.llhat twootorled brick with
brick kitchen %or back buildlngthurets attached, h •
rated On a lot or, plugs of nrUtrull hi Carlisle, Cum. borland county, l'a.. bounded and doscrib d as fol.
1.10, els :—On the West by Sent 3404; on' the
North Chas. Shepley, co the South by Josoph L.
Sturnel , sod ri the gent' by J nsenh L Sterner; the
Inuit bubbling being about lb tout In trout on said
East itrUet,'nod end. SU foot in depth, sod Um
back building being about D foot In width, and about
10 feet In• depth, end. being the building farthest
mouth ou said '
allltat . certain two-storied brick kitchen
pr back bult Jog, thereto, attached located on los
or`pleci of gounajlis 0 iritale; .oumberland county'
bd‘inded sod described as follows, vii :—On the
West by' East street, on the North by thee; Sbai h
ley, on the South•by , Jort , L. Sterner, end Ql2 the'
'Last' by Joe: Sterner,"the• front btilltlingiOng'
Omit 16 feet front 'on said gist strost,•and about
711 feet In depth, maths book building about 0 het
in width , and' bout 10 foot In d0;,11, and'being the
'building adjoining the building ::dthesfkbut r On'
sidd lot on the nOrth. ' t • ••• -
' 4lleolail ibaCnerisitt teso•Stoiled
,With brick kitchen or back buildixiOhereto at
tached, located fain Ist . ,,,er placiebt gtouud Cat.
lisle,'eumberiend county, PM,' k6ukded and
scribed as - follows, de:—tin the West by, Eastntieet,
*tin 'the, North by chas.'.l3hapley, on the Santis, by.
Joe. L. btornei,and'on the •East by Joseph 11. '
her, the trout banding. being about' it, feet in ibont
fen said blast otreeL and *boot 26 feet bt depth, and
the Noels building being V halls .width and about 16,
lent in depth, and being the bulidisightljoiniug the
building farthest north on lid lot on the.'eonth:
Seised and tsicen In execution an the' property of
John Darr and nun Aigry . Dam owner: go., and to
.he sold by non, , „ 9.: . ' 1319111'00N,
. 4 . • •, A
r Or IN 01 4. C I' 4 l e . 41+1.Y 2; MO; , •
0017)1110141.—Oh ail sines or $609 'orneer, $5O - erlir,
be required to be paid when (he Property Is etrioken
off, and $26 on ell tales tin*, 4, 6 4 0 4,
r t o,EA.ri„,.. I Ltej " .4l3efiled prOpoooB ,
.fu painting the bent et the Poo llou . ~'with'
l L g p t a b
' •."J64N PlOlllll
qt! hi go
VOTIOR to Rostionost .
,Top.to Insc*Tio. 141.10111/1,14..ifte a estqs ..,
rsot.ll trio. triimmoittAt •ttot.,Boo4llono. no*
doing a•ltgoct bogus/A-44* app3o.4 *Orb, !tr:
';eolVid'irzeopt from eqropotAtVand rmy•bi!lblio pm'
i tla. In nW wt um °mow qt . ,* hate. •
Aotaiwer— • mgcrr,
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A. L. SPONSLER'S COLUMN
FOR RENT.—A Store Room and
Cellar, on West Street, between Pomfret and
and South Street, in the Borough of Carlisle,
nicely fitted up with Shelving, Drawrs and Conn.'
ter. Well suited for a Grocery Store, and In a
good location. Apply to
A. L. SPONSLER,
22jen C 9
.KOR RENT.—A large two-story
tßrick DW HOUSE, Ih a . com to&
diens Back Building with a full Lot of Ground and
Stabnurr In the rear, situated on East street be•
tyre= Main and Loather streets Carlisle, late the
residence of Josoph Shrew, -deed. -Apply to
A. L. BYONSLEEL,
Real Estate, Agent
VALUABLE FARM in Perry Co,
AT PRIVATE SAW
131thate In Carroll townshiN 9 miles north of
Carlisle, 4 miles north of Carlisle Springs and 11
miles coon of Doncannon '
adJoinlng land. of .1,
Sbeefee, Nancy Cling and others containing 120
ACltits, now owned by heel Leeds. 90 acres 'of
which are cleared. In a Walt state a cultivation
and under good force and the residual covered with
thriving timber. A never-failit.g stream'of water
rune through the farm and plenty of lime within
2 miles. •
'The improve:yenta are two-story- Log t Weather•
hoarded lieu's.., Large Barn and4Spring Clouse with
excellent Water. -School 11°1184 sod church at a
eonveniont distance.. App,l) to
Real Estate Agent.'„
VALUABL PRIVATE RESI
DENO!: FOlt SALE.
' Situate, on South HAMM* Itre'ut, Carlisle,
opnid and oicupled by - Mrs. Wed mood, late the
property of Benedict Law. • The het fronts on Han
over et.; 90 feet, end extends hack - the E%l/18 widlb
,211) feet,to an alley. The Improvemenfeare n large
twotett,ry FRAME LIOUSB, wlth'Vereodith,lp front,
containing DOULIIII , Parinyx,•IIOI, Chamber( Dthlhg:
room And Kitchen on lower Boor and sir Chambers
and liath•room, on the ,2nd story. One .and.'water
have heale lutroducel. There lea large Stehle and
Cache House at. the loot of the lot. The lot le
besides fruit of it moat every deloription and Grapes:
of the moot choice selection In aoundenGe.
Enquire of, • , A, L. BI'ONSLES,
• Real hetet° Agent; '-,
23Oct-68 . • .• - •
kiiig A D i et §' CO
I D u i ti l i cß A lJ T V p V? A i
limited on the Conawago Crook it Ml S e A s ,i l4 3 ;im
[hoover on the high road, and on the Railroad
leading from Reimer .to Littloctown,• adjoining,
what wee tbrnterly known la • the. :fittleitillier Mil
property, containing • • .
~ „ • , , „ „
•• . 171 Acres of Limestone Land; , , •I; . '
'.' ' elietred but about 30' Acres,' which ire ediereo
"kith heavy White Oak Timber.
-. The Improvements ado extetielve, and inn:islet, via
- A' LA.RGE ' TWO STORY ' BRICK
'.., I'iIA.NSION. ROUSB, I
.430 , feat in length 'and. Or In breath,i contldniNal e
Hall and Eleven Large. Room*,. all newly papered
and painted, a Plana..runnlngslong !the entire
front,' and cellar underthe, whole' hou e, and an
excellen t well of,water, near; the kl then door.
The out bulldlngs belonglpr to the ab ve conalst
of a large,Carrlego, Venire, Wood \ and oal House,
Hog Poli o '. Ihrok Setae Honor Pdu try House,
Wash House, all new except the anrn i
garden la large eqd hlglily..eultlvated,, co teNn
hot beds with glared MA: The groupds trawl
the house are adorned with shrubbery, and stud
ded *lth 'many cholas. frult nod ornamental tree',
' adjoliOng which Id e' floe apple orchard ! next ,
•' .., -...A. LARGE SANK BARN ' ; .
udarly new go feet by PO- with Wagolk Shed and
Corn Orlbulteched and' a never falling, yvali, et
l'fs!ar lnthe .13arn-yard, Aliso . t. ~ ',‘• .' '
A' NEW 'TENANT - HO SE, \
fit) by Sll 'feet' room, the Ont.
buildings:to Soma consletinr:of a „Wash House
Bake 0 Yen, Ling Pens an, Pump at, the door an d
an excellent , golden.
Peopet/ presents superior 'ooB:doges, the ,
Aoestion,being eligible ; - and the land .of 'the beet
'Quality of limestone, well yiptprp4, ao .1! the cattle
haying accede to water from every fieldp prom
portion prOetlaed hoe !been ,reoently!:;; thli
feneee good.cdridlthin hied Al i en Ora grenpd . , .l
Land pert of the oats ground pi° heti the,consh
• lug Spring. Therei` he'lp,rloSift
'Shop Si. ;80800l Nouttenpllttild'An'ebkit,:gisr,apipp
of the bkHllage, r y i .
Theproperty heeleg been isteently Purehaded by
.0 gentleman Bora OißtfaliOrtilelenr eftlir AMMO it
up 4,4 gent 11;414%1%141M , , Altedreus or rpturning
, top*, altyr via trOINI O3O4 Of tit AU'
4 1 006rtstsolipVeleinaili-4tiquircot
T. , • ..;A:11:8PONIANR;•
- OT.l9E.—Letters of Administra-.
tlon(npon the estate of Jobn Logan dived., o
tdflbrd fosvoshlp, have been granted, to the soh.
',wither' to whom all poisons stlll mukt, pay ments
due.the estate and ell alahut-rlthetsresented.
' IBJune et „ 13, fiEOLIEY.
NOTlQ_,E.—Notice is bevety; given
. that th e Carlisle Depoalt tu tek' w t na l a v o a :r ; •
plleetteli , te, the next Leesla Or'p
far the renewal of Its charter with Ita - plte n ttert - t title
ana capitol. June lqtbh P.neesixat;
OJuly 69.0 m
EXECUTOR'S NOTIOE. -- -Letters
gestadioriV.Zirr the Zit...tient Dailt'lloikas;
Aeteakid, - latine. est Pennsboro-rownebkh av h, g
been'issued to the subscriber, residing in etg town
ship. "flotin is hereby given to all persons i,,dot e
ed to the estate of etid decadent to make Imenicilate
payment, and to a'l parsons having claims sui n g,
It to prem.-it them for settlement. '
. - ,PRANCES
OTICE.—The undersigned con
templates a trip to Europe shortly, and,
transfer of his Grocery Store to his son., Levels 11,
Anil Gepeffli,ll.lHisiffreao.elhei„lllll4sarry on the bu
stikesi , at.the old atind,ln thenaine of Hoffman'.
Bone. All persons Indebted to tne undvrelgneil for
groceries or in o.i'y 'Way, aro requested to call Immo.
dleitely and settle, no it Is absoltitely'saccessary to
square up the old books and old account:.
oJuly yt 0E0..11. HOFFMAN.
13ROTH °NOTARY 'S NOTICE,._,
II Netico hereby given to all persons Inter
ested, that the following trust accounts have boon
filed in the Prothonotary's Office for examination,.
and will be pr.:Mooted to the Court of Common
Pleasy of Oumtoriand ,County for confirmation on'
'Wednesday, the nth day of Angugt,.lB69, vie :
1. 'the first and final account pf J. S. Boyer, com
mittee of Catbarloo &tiro!). a inmate.
2. The first and dual account ofJoh u:dlller, com
Mee of rancy Brown awell, a lunatic.
J. P. BRINDLE,
3J all 4C.
REA S, the Hon. SAMEEI H.
Woe we, Preeldent Judgo of the several
Courts of, cemmon-plena orthe counties of Cumber
lan d;Perry, and Juniata, and Justice of the several
Courts'orOyet and Terminer and General Jail Deliv
ery in said counties, and Hone. Thos. P. ,Blair and
Hugh Kum t,Judges of the Courts of Oyer and Termi
ner std Jail Dellmy for tho trial of all capital and
'other ofrenders, in the raid county of Cumberland,
' .bylifeidirecept•tr .nro directed, 'dated Met April,
1869' have erderen the (bort or Oyer and Terminer,
and 'Genera Jell delivetv to be holden at , Carlisle,
on I Ile 4.1h,M0n day of August, 1809, being the 23rd
day, at 10 Ocituk in the fowtrool.
NOTICE Is hereby given to the Coroner, Justices or
the Peace, ..od"Censtables of the said county of Cum•
Berland thattheY are the salt precepts command.
ed tb lie then and there inTholrproper persons; with
their rolls recorde, and inquisitions examinations,
and all otheri remembrances, to do those things which
to their °Maw appertain to be done, and' all those
that aro bound by— racognisances, to prosecute
against the p leoners that are or then shall be in
the Jail of said' eueLt7, are to be there to prosecute
them as shall be just. ' .
JOS. 0. THOMPSON,
July 23, a edO.—tc
- 11) EGISTER!S NOTICE-Notice
ku la hereby given- to all persona In terested,
that the v , -.illowing'accounts have been flied in this
office by the accountante therein named, for exami
nation, and will be .presented to the Orphans'
Court of Cumberland County, for confirtnation and
allowance, Oh Tuesday. August 17th, A. D.,.18119 :
1. Thb first and final a'cci.unt of William Fought,
executor of "Dsvld Fought,, late of Sliver Spring
Account of John Mater, adm'r., of Mary, his
wife. who was the daughter of George Breniser,
Into offilarr Sp , ing township, dec'd.
3. The firat and firm! account of John Bowman,
em..en'hr of the last will rod testamont of Mary
Madden, !ate of West Pear ‘.t-aro' twp., doe%
d. The 11,1 and foal account of Dr. Fowl Myers,
adm'r., of tho estate of D. rid Myers, late of Frank
ford township, deed.
eb. The first and nal account of Mary A. ilair
drolnistratrlx of Juhn lato of Middlosox twp
6. First sod noel account' of David
oduer., of Henry RlWielder. dec'd.
7. The firskand float ace. unt ef John Goody,
Samuel Goodyear aud — tirjamin
Goodycki 4 ; - ;l.Tecutors of the last will and testament
of Jacob Gc4AS,ldegr.d.
8. Firseihdllnal ac count of Daniel Koekender ,
for, acins'r„ de. bongs non cum testruncnfo annexe
of Daniel Bender, late 01 Allen township, dec'd.
9. Account of Samuel M.' Wherry, guardean of
J. Robbins, Wm. Lloyd a, A one M. J. Smith, minor
ebildren•and heirs of Simnel Smith, Isle of Bopo
10. The acre ung.of Peioa W. Quigley, executor o
Peres Ilowa-d, deed.
It Fleet anti final account of Ephraim Common,
adner., of 'lire. Catharine Glitelen, late of the bpr
ough of Carible,
12. The firet.and Opal account ofJ. A. Kaufman
executor of the-lest-will—andLteatunent of lona.
Kau;,x le, of South Middleton twp., decid.
13. Tho flr^t and flu•l account of Jacob W, Ilam
'shoe, executor of 01 last will nod testament of
P Blume .Ihine, dro'd.
14. t and floe` account of Jo'm Pasnaught
end Wm. P. lloyd, executors of Jamey Boyd, latouf
15. Second and final account of James B. Brown,
executor of the estate ofJoho C. BroWn, deed.
16. The accent:lt of John O. Dunlap,. guardian of
•Gee. 0. Metre• a mir or child of Wm. Al. slateq•,
dee I i as sot. , ed by John 0. Saxon one of adm'ra„
of John C. Dunlop, now deed.
17. The gun 11 . .osblp a..count of Semi Cirehati,
dec'd., who was goardien of Samuel A. Shollabarger
colour son of Jacob Shollebargsr, deed.. settled by
James H. C:ahatr, executt e of said dec'd.
18. F'. •t tad final account o' Ueorge Hoover, ad
t_ o' Ellar I ath Wit:omb, late of Silva
Boring to wr °dap, dt , A.. -
19. First and final account of Benjamin Nelaley,
adm'r„ of Fltber Vandorsol, lato of Monroe twp.,
20. The accoant of Rupert Fahrenbaok, exoeuto
of Cht!stfin Spit.ner, , late of the borough ofCarliel,
21. E-st and Deal Account of George DT Rupp
executor of Peter Barnhart, dee'd.
22. •First and final account of 11. M. Cock!ln, mini
of A. 3. Cooklln. deed. .
23. First c cd final account ofJobn R. A. Nemo
dmlnlatzor of Elisabeth Herman, Mtn of !Jour.
.24. F.ltt• and Anal account or Michael Boltzbnovo.
adininiVra r;of.George Boltzhoover, late of Silv •
Spring dec'd • - -;
25. First and final account Jahn S. Boye
guardian of Jennie and • Mary B Dollett, min.
children of J. S. Dollett, dec'd...
, 20, First and 11-11 account of David Ebody, guar
dian of Esti, r floadalor, minor child of liudolph
27. Flr•t d final a. :aunt of David Deaver, miner
of George D neer; deed.
28. k .et rod Pool count of Will lam D. kl'Oune.
ad.:nil:Astra ,r an“ lenbe"a Duncan administrattlx
.1491 , 1 , 1 m G. Duncan,
29. Thn amount o 1 Div r,mto Nelsley, guardian o
Mary Ploult. n Minor of John Plough, Into of
Dickinson townshi decal.
30. Tlio yew d and deal account of Jovoph 11
filogisor tied Androw Binaleer, admiatrator of Geo
31. The Brit account of Ber ;Amin Seitz, adm'r., o
J. J. Bor. era, lace of the borough o Newville, dee'd
32. Account of Will!am C: Brandt, sdministrato
of Jacob Goodyear, In e of Monroe township, dee'd,
23. First and 6 account of William M. Means,
guardian ofJ . atrilmit and John Piper, minor children
of John and N .ncy Piper,
34. The first accede, of John A. McKeehan, ammo
tor of Jame •J. Heston, Is io of West Pennsbuto'
95. First and.flusl gar iidlauship account of Jolin
I~robar, deceased, who wee guardian of John A
Herman, minor son of Christian Herman, as settle
by Jo . i. A. Du e bar, administrator of said deceased.
30. SecouJ and final account of Samuel Spangle
and, lie—iaroln Royer, executors of Rbilip Spangler
First ar d final "account of John Paul, adm`r.,,
of Nancy Apia Bennet, late ofltiouroo top., deed.
138 First al'ul final acomet of Catharine nsehore,
admlnlstruidx of Davy Bash ore, deed. ,
39. Account of Deniandh thalyenr, dministrator
of Samuel itam duc'd.
40. The account 0f'.11.1.1 S. KenegY nod Stephon.
Commings, administrators of Jobu D. Koaeyy,dee'd
41. The accouht of J. W. Eby, ...eclat.. of James
Hoffer, doc'd., late of Carlisle.
42. The se , unt of John C. Dunlap, now deceased]
Orr tae coder the oil, of D: if. Lamb, deceased. of
Mrs. Sarah A. 'Lan er, now deceased, ai settled by
John 0. Saxton and James M. Salmon, administra•
tore of the I Aid John 0. Dunlap, dee'd.
43, First end.final accouut of Jacob Plonninger,
edministrater of David Lobe, dec'd
44. First and final account of J. Weasel), admlnt.
trate' of 34nrt Glon, dec'd.•
45. Mist and final account'of L. It. Bender, ader
pf Dr. - J. J. Bowler, dec'd.-
46. Acebinit of N. F. Sadler, admioldrator of-.H
M. Johnson, deed.
.AT,i Tae lic . aotinF of 31011brt Letobeaton, adminleie
tdr &Untie radtk , euhitheametzto annexe of IPlllin
liouwood,hqo of Middlesex township.
JOSEPII ',MILLER if ' Carlisle.
Springs, cumberla t od , county, was cured of,
JIISS and 1:41.4VE1;, of 17 years statilllng,l4 the -
vie or ebotilen of Dr. Cainpboll'a Pain Destrefritred
2' bole?' or-tie - Liver'
• ' 't I'ditilptarowtv, Dauphin 'Co.
• 'l3i. Campbell :—T 41 you. know. that • I .wes
plagued with Fever and Ague for tan jeers. I could
dot,gesOredi Latiltiet poinettwile t rrhlnirg, I heard
of your wooderia'tongle Pain Destroyer and your
magic Liver I 1 aught 4 bottles, and 2 boxes
dud' thej cured and tit but month: '
'Dr.'olonpbell' will coil tot el deusgishiand'deal
ere. Prlce.so Kota ur.sl per doz or 14 the %tread
$2l. Each dozen is put pp It, nice pour boxes with.
'l4olloow and dignature onqhe ulties. Liver Pills
$2 per dort_ ,ir I,‘ gran. $lOlO. IVo.ff, , Loso 4 en s2'
per aozco; ; % grim $10.50, per date., ,
4.11 latitirs ehowldloaddratsadlo__' '
''• ' DR. OANIPHELL,
, Ofillo 120 •Thirtlstree4
• " " bettteen Cheitput and Zlulherry; '•
• , •. •• ~ • ' Pa.
fold by all Druggists and Dealers everywhere.
For sale by 11A VERBTICE PROTIIERS &aide
In Drugs, Mottelnas, de.
b , nqgg, • ;
NOTILIE TO' CONTRAOT I ORS:-:-
Fropocale,wlll be received At the calmer:the
Mier Itheneer et Ilagelitotrn, until 1.2
o'clock, 144 of Wedneldey the 11th of fAhguet, 1809,
fur the 'clearing, exciivet:Cil, embankment, masonry.
and icradlog of the ei:Jenelon of the Franklin. hell
Ftpedii teptitlonatlOn `pfiiithlibtirlentl Valley
RAI an', from . Ilagtirstywn 4 Fo, the Fotomeo River,
ce about sight ml let
The came will b. let in *cations of about ono mile
each—and proposals willalto be roceived"for,-doing
any pert or the w h ole of the work am one. Job ~
The Engineer, Edward Watt Esq., , at .11agera.
WoWn, the work, the SOC.
Mos into which it has been divided, and tee any
other Irlformatiortlerhich contraotort ?nay. desire.
) to • SEICED'E: WATTS ' , •
Once, Carlisle, Jelly 21, G 9 Tresident,:i
,9..,.vg.. 4.OICIIEFIAN, , A..' B.,..PTliickal:
' An Ilitiatil; and e.fiaLVO ) al School, tot, onniitoon'
and boys ' tab. oponod Soptomtoefit pin Banta'
S lpnolorOlcs#.l,l , • ''', , .si 7, , ~.,..,
Suppe Inettuctod 11l 'Bogllow Cliundcii U s be
Irootteelfslund.Hatiraci:PettU4l,, , Ms. , ~V ,•,...:
' ( -17,irtl a oq t- fgrg i V i at t riTalgitVA T l 7 Oo)L t. l l , l 4k
eiy ik s ri b,' , 7.7 , 7 , 7 717 7 , , 9,1 3 Moit*lgli.,..;
~I•aajtatireat'7 it , 4 ',,;',”,,tti , , ~, ' , ' C,lilrlhdii 'l44' ~
- - 4 4 - -
Reallatia ficilviner j Clonldia'neotin4v
3 111 AVale Ziti11z. 4 0 1 4#1.1 4 4,q 3 ” MSlna Strrikti,
%vivo .ACRE - AT:PRIVATE
. . ,
• SALE. —The subscriber offers at private Salo
that valuable House and Lot of ground oltuatod In
Lower Dlckinsoui, on the Turnpike leading from
Cailitile to Shipooneburg end adjoining lauds Hoary
-Paul - and Geo: Davidson; - bmilae - West of Car
lisle, containing TWO ACHES. Tho Improvements
are - Two-otory WHA'PHE if HORDED HOUSE,. tiled
In with brick, GOOD S I'ADLE, excel lent consisting
of Apples, Poaches and °barrios.
For torme and' other particulars apply on the
promlocs. • JOHN POULY.
ORE BANK.FOR SALE'--A rich
deposit of-the bent quality iferaiatito Oro,
yielding 60 per cent. comprising about 18 ACREE,
located in liletaroe.townithip, about 2 miles trout the
Iron Works of.E;W. ED; Ahl, - on the south sido
of the Yellow Breeches creek. Thero la a stream of
water runnlng• through tho tract sufficient for
washlng'the ore and furnishing water power bee
sides. A. portion of the hank is, macho A lees,,and
will be Sc Id Imblect thereto. The ballocu is unin
Pulo.ooB dneirlom of viewing the Rank may call
upon George W. Leidlch, at "Leldlch's mill," for
merly ktiewn as Bricker's mill; Monroe township,
Combo, land county or up •
A. L. SP,ONELEit,
Real Estate Agout, (larllso
XEUUTOW.S SALE OF VAL-
U ABLE REAL ESTATE.
FI4DAI, September 17th, . 1869.
ho sold a 2 publlo sale, at the residence of
the late George Hoover, deed., In Frankford town
ship, Cumberland county; the following Real Es
tate, to wit: .
1. Tlia Meador) Farm of George Mover, deed-,
situated abodt one-half cello • south-west of tho
Brick t Ifmch In said township, containing about
,117 ACRES of good slate and grovel land, in a high
state of - cultivation. The Improvemonts era wo
story FRAPI WASS with a Damn of never.rail
log water at the door, a • Frame Bank Earn with a
well, of water in tho yard fur stork pu'rpos&i; also,
ntLv convoillent outbuildings all in
_.• good state of
repair. There is also on this fur la an Orchard of
choice Fruit Trees, consisting of Apple., Flume,
Peaches, Chorrlos, andllno grapes.
This laud has boon limed and 1w under good
fence, a large pa -t post ano :ail. There Is aboat 16
- Acres - orTiniber Latitron tlcifarm.
2. Also, al mt 24 * Acres of Mountain Land, .411
timbered with Chestnut., and other wood. This
tract Iles about two (2) Mlles ...west of Dibservillo,
in the same township and will be sold in parcels or
togother As may best cult purchaser. ....
• Demons wishing to look at there properties before
day of s a l e ran do so by calling upon Samuel
Mohler, apes the farm or upon the executor.
Sale to commence at 11 o'clock, on said day, when
attendenoo will be givim and terms mode known by
Executor of Goo. Rooter, deed.
80 July to
VALUABLE TOWN PROPER
TY AT PRIVATE SALE.
Tho sub•eribe, - offers at Private Sale, the HOUSE
and UOT OF GROUND, now o , ,cupied by him, and
also the adjoining vacant lot Tho house Is 27 by
60 .feet,lwo-and,half. stories high, contains dine
rooms besides the kitchen,' and one In It all the
modern Improvements and conienlences, to wit:
Two Latrobe Stoves, a Range, hot and cold Water :
Bath Tubs, Water Closets, permanent - Wash Stands,
and Has throughout the house, with appropriate fix
tures, c Tim Lot hos a front of 37 feet 6 inches '
and oxtonda to Liberty all-y; the same depth
as the house lot, lms'on It a Cistern, Smoke House,
and small Stable. 110th lota aro filled with choice
Shrubberry; Fruit and Ornamental Tress.
The PloperCes will be sold to6ethel or separately
as purchasers may desire. Terms liberal.
23Jul ao.tr LEMUUL TODD.
DUBUC SALE of Valuab'le Real
On Saturday, August 14; 1869.
Tha aubscribel will offer at Public Fale, on the
premises Wonted in Monroe toWnFhle, Olainberl Ind
.unty, on the York road and the rnad leading from
Bollinc-Sprinos, about IA mile Smith - of Vhurchtowe
_arid about 5 miles East of fl.rllale, the f,lllowing do.
scribed Valual,h, Real Estate, yin:
A Tract of land contalning,l9 'ACRES, honing
TWO•STORY BRICK HOUSE,
and a Two.etory LOG HOUSE. attached thereto
Also a large BANK BARN, good Well of WATER
at the dour of the House: An excellent YOUNG,
ORCHARD, with a variety of Choice Fred t.
---'l,o-land-s a-good-qualify ni-Elcueetone and under--
a high !dote of cultivation. 5 " -
Bale to commune' at 2 o'clock, I'. SI., o said
when attendance will be given and terms made
known by MARGARETTA D Itft •
VALTJABLE HOTEL Property
AT PRIVATE SALE,OR EXCIIANG FOR A FARM
The subsellber otters at re tvnto sale the well known
hotel stand In Nowvllle, FA.,-known as the
Tho lot (upon which the Hotel stands) contains 57
by 180 feet, and In -addition theroto soup bo - sold an
oscollent GARDEN containing 05 toy 180 feet.
The house Is large and substantially built of stone
containing 8 sleeping apartmonts, good ilor-room
Dining-room, Parlor,ltitchon and all modern conven
fences. A good Well of Water at tics door,.
for forty horses, Ice House, Wood House, Smoke
Ilouso and all necessary out-buildings.
The Logan- [louse is widely rod favorably known
and Is largely patronized. It hoc boon quite recently
renovated and rupoited'thronghout. • .
Terms to buit the purelreser.
For further p..rtleulare, apply to ,the umbeorlbor,to
hle,itbsence to Peter A.,A131, et Now•Ille, Pa., •
GREAT CLOSING OUT SALE
UR:EtiTIR:E.STOCK OF SUM
'AMRR GOODS tolgelosed out In thirty days,
If possible. 'The greatest
B A B.G A I .11 7 S
ever offered in vatifilfr,ara now to be Given by us
for the next thletx,7days. We ore determined to
class out •
OUR ENTIRE STOOK 01? SUMMER 00009
Wo will keep no areouat of what goods east. Titay
must all be sold without reserve.
DEDUCTIONS AND DISCOUNTS
are the order of the day. We have a complete as ,
sortment of all kinds or geode yet, at auth Wonder
fully low prices as to astonish the most •zperlonced
00 Cloth for
00 Casslmam tr,
85 Al pa:ca,
r 0 Japanese Nfixturss,
00 Granite Poplins
40 Pungeo do
60 Best Orsandies,
16 00LMCO Shawls,
10 03 do
SILK COATS AT HALF THEIR COPT,
Suinnoor Showis for
$1 60 - Hoop Skirts,
Carpets, Oil Cloths, Blinds, &a., Twenty-five per
coot. lower that, the lowest.
Domestics of al kinds exccedin'gly
We will give you more value for your money,
under any and all circumstances, than can be had
elsewhere. Call early and examine our goods. Wes
our prices, and be convinced of the fact.
iI;'.HAIVV . E &
5000 pounds of woo}' worfied,• for which we will
pay tlof Iflffhtst mar of pace. %
SOMETHING' NEW !
$l.OOO Every Month!. -6
, $lOO In Every Town!!
Prif. Hewitt's Englislt :47.t of 'Paint
ing and DraOng Oil .Pa7ntings.
Ity thls simple, yet wonderful art, an }lady or
gentlemen, or any boy or girl 12 years old, can
paint and dr., w a life-like picture of themselves or
auy of the 11 lolly; - or of any general Or statesman,.
or scimery, In two hOui's time. $72
,rBll made in
ore day by •,.. ag nt at Idttcbell, Ind., (curbing it t
anutheo m06E133,1E10 VOO in one week teething It.
'ho b.,t, thing In the .wc,ld to nmko money feat
and honorably: It surpasses the .Grecian or Orien
tal palutlo;te In beauty, durability, and simplicity;
whilst those, requil 0 001:110 haulm, this does not.
Any person can both execute It and teach it. • Now
Is thu time to begin, Got roady,end operate at' your
looms In Towns , tßethools; Districts, dm: You
can tearlt It In Glosses or, individually, and make
$l.OOO. 11, re Is an equal 'chance for both sexes.
m.itead recommonotatlc•as: . •
• odlobe lintel, Aguas' Ge. Your histractions for
Landscape Paintings' tepnara,uto, to., are at, hand,
and have. given, perfect, satisfaction. .7,11 a Arreur
Da Ittiess. .
Thos. Cheneneth, travolingimicsr..sayn it taker
like wild-fire wherever it traduced ,
he hiring map
$l.OOO at Uetheny College. Va., lea Wog it.
$ 1 Worth or chemicals,' lorludlio .paints, ap•
tee for drawing, &0,. will paint and draw 1..
Peilsdrogh, or It.will"aach b tinre- 11
tend the time a few Mott to those ,thasirtny -
this novel art, I reef:lira on art average 1
a neck. , All seed letters ;re ,ou t mendir - _ •
9. 1. vIO•do Cerloof ho lOserted in • an. a%
To the next 0,000 rppilestote X veils '
ch sr.e,the xtutthl subscripttoix .to
atod Liter... y •
tdontbly' ! pee of
-spiciest, as well .as Interesting
• published la. this c;'.ontry. T 1 -
any .who imps iireary'sent, r. , . -.., .
,after the uumbor , le filled. ' • • '
tatlsfectlon panto:Aced., • •
etructinnelpr pointing - ..
,rem it $l. 0 7 ..
30141 y 2.
1, to 50
It 60 to 6 00