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CARLISLE, OCTOBER Ei f 1869.
We bog to express our. obligations tO
our brethren of the press for their-flatter
1g .114.1 veekleX 2 . ll2 &l
of which we copy.
Tun CARLISLE HERALD of Fridaylast
came, out with ,a neat, plain head
and an entirely new dress. It looks re•
markably well in its now suit; and we
'trust the Republicans of Cumberland will
appreciate as it deserves the enterprise
of the editors. TEE HERALD 'fa ono of
the belt Republican papers in the State,
and deserves to be well patronized.
' TIIE•CARLIBLE HERALD came to US
last week with new heading and with
new type. The Wing° is very decided,
:and - Tun HERALD will now-compare fa
vorably withany paper in the State. Al
though a popular paper under the old
'management, the neW proprietors are
evidently determined to make it still
TILE CARLISLE HERALD comes to us ,
this week dressed in the latest and most,
artistic Style. Its new editors aro able
in every respect to keep up its past rep
utation and win additional honors in the
future , . You have a hard county to work
in, gentlemen, but if you havelho suc
cess you deserve, the Democracy :will
soon lose their, power.
For these and other similar notices,
moth thanks. We. still hope further to
'lmprove the Ilunn:Ln and make it de
serve the kind notices of our friends.
On Saturday last our noon markets began
to continue Dee volente, until the first of
May. Our people can now pinchaSe as I
much beef, pork, mutton, sweet potatoes ;
pine knots, appleS, and cabbages as tffey,
can - consume or pay for, without, being I
roused froth their beds at all sorts of rinsuit
able and demoralizing hours. These day
markets, by the way, are pretty Marked
evidence of advancing civilization. It
- -seems- almost incredible now that sane .
per Sons, until within a few years, did
their tharKeting , by starlight through the
whole Winter. Through the rain and
snow, the, cutting winds and driving
sleet as early as four o'clock
in the morning, our people yawning,
gaping, and occasionally swearing,
could be seen twice a week nulling their
way-to the market sheds,twhere, after a 1 11
vast amount of scrambling, they filled
their baskets, and returned home, still
many hours too early for any useful
employment, except cooling down tem
hers sadly ruffled by their market adven
tures. Some eight-years ago some progres
sive chap suggested, that markets might
possibly be held in daylight without
very serious injury to the peace and
Iglu • ' . if course
the conservatives wore horrified. 'Mar
kets id daylight—good • gracious, • it
will -never dO ; Farmers wont attend
.daylight—they can't afford
to lose the time. We have no markets
at all: People ha* n't time to attend
marketin daylight. These new angled
ideas will plAy the deuce with °Very
thing. We have always gone to market
in the dark—what 's the reason we can 't
do so still? Finally, howi3ver, our Coub
cil passed an ordinance changing th'e
market hour to noon. But conservatism
was let - going to the wall in that style
by any means. . The Council could pass
an ordinance, but the Burgess, must sign
it before it was a law. The Burgess
was a conservative—immensely so. Ile
would not sign any such paper. Oh no,
not he I Things were coming to a pretty
pass when the good people of the town
could 'get their supplies without doing
the _penance of early rising for it. The
Courts were applied to, and a mandamus
on the refractory Burgess came forth.
That did matter, however. The val
iant municipal executive refused to sign.
What was the use of being a burgess if
yon could n't resist the Court.
an-attachment issued from the temple of
justice, and as if suddenly strirck with
new light, all objections to the ordinance
ceased, and it became a '
People now slept as soundly, until their
usual rising hour, on market as on other
_days. When noon came they went to
market. Strange to say, the butchers
wore there in force—the. farmers some
how found time from their other work
to attend—everybody filled his basket,—
everybody managed to get along, as well
. and comfortably, as if no other hour than
noon had ever seen a Market. True; the
discipline of early rising, of groping
along the' dark streets, of . examining
meat and butter' and vegetables by the
light of. a candle, of getting counterfeit
coin and currency run on yonin thedad,.
with all its improving effects on health
and temper, was lost, but then we can't
always: have with us all the advantages.
of our earlier civilization, and, therefore,
• ,this great loss was borne w ith fortitude
and resignation. And, now, as wo have
been - cultivated in thifi spirit to endure
the afiliqions of a daylight mark t,
could n't wo inak"e up our minds to su
mif to the imposition of a newthaarliet
.; house, that . would hold some where
about half the people" and half the
provision that collect tnr Wednesdays and
Saturdays, and give them a semblance
of protection from rain and snow.
Persons' in all parts of the county are
requested to correspond with and
giyo 'whatever of local interest may oconi
in their neighborhoods. Those who send
us marriages - Or deaths, notices of fairs,
dedications of churches, religions and'
temperance notices, proooodings of moot
, ings, &0., are informedlhat wo make no
. .pharge therefor. Such favors 'always
ellprfully published. Persons sending
us communications must give thoir names
—not for publication, but as a guaranty
of the.truthfulness of what filo, write—
no notice will be taken of them. • • - ^
Wp aro glad to learn that Harry Elliott
has been appointed train master on the
CumbOrland'Valley Railfead. Mr. E. is
a 'ming, energetic gentleman, and highly
esteemed by all who know him.; and as
conductor of the first freight train - ac.:
. qiiittedfhimself so, as to win the respect
of all the forwarding Merchants along
the entire lino. Assuredly, Harry, there
are still more'rungs loft in your ladder.
9 inadvertently forgot: to mention
sooner: t 1 t Stephen ag i cap,' sue,.
,e coeds Sharp; Aeceased, as conductor
on the evonind mail traini-on the C. V. R.
, •R. •The. appointmojtis well deserved,
and Will give general satisfactign to the
traveling public. '
Practical banking constitutes a part of
' tho regular course or. Study -at tho Iron
City College. For Talifeirpulars giving a
.full outline of the method pursued in tide
important part of ,a business education;
. address the . prineipabi, Elfaitlis& 4 0E4 1 41
'1,1;."-,,PitrUrSh; • f
Beibugh ticket: Chief - IBurgess; -
Charles . Weaver ; Assistant, William_Noblev4buteheq)—AUditor,,Rebett_lde,
• Cartne3y:Ur. •
West Ward : Judge of
Jefferson Worthington; Inspector, Joseph
C. — Halbert Town —Council,— Samuel
e theaffer • obert.
Black, Benjamin K. Spangler, George'
Lindemoa; School Directors, Christian
P: Hrimrich; Constable, George P. Myers.
East Ward: Judge of Election, William
Hoffer; Inspector, John Weaver; Jug
lice of the' Peace, Joshua Fagan; TOwn
Council, William Itarnitz, William
Vance, John Plank, John Martin; Consta
ble; James Widner.
o are printing Republican tickets
for the use of the , party throughout the
County. Tho different voting districts
can be supplied by calling at the HERALD
office r on and after Saturday morning,
or wo will send thorn by mail to any- re
sponsible parties on their application.
We aro requested by_theofficereof the
Agricultural Society to state that the"
premium list has been so far changed as
to allow exhibitors to take cash instead
of agriculural papers and books for pre
miums, as designated in the published
On Tuesday evening Mr. Keiffor Huy
ett, on returning from the country,
stopped a few minutes at his mother's,
.on North street, leaving his valise, con
taining samples of tobacco, on the stops,
the door. On returning his valise hat
taken its departure.
Remember that there is a Republican
meeting in Rheem's Hall this evening.
Mr. A. Wilson Hensley, who will ad
dress,ll,4l.l,oJ,C,F.PPUkqr, and all should
We notice in the Baltiinere: gun of
Saturday, a statement that Dr. Paul
Schoeppe.whe was Convicted of thomur
der of Miss Stonnecke, is sentenced to be
hanged ei4he eighteenth inst. The indusL
try,ef some of the feporters' passes all
comprehension. ThO' record of the
conviction having bet recently reached
the Executive office, no action whatever
has yet been taken in the matter. ..
Hon. Asa Packer attended the State
fair at Harrisburg. on Thursday last.
His coming had boon announced for
weeks previously and yet no demonstra
tiehs greeted him Ho passed from the
depotqo his hotel, fro iu his hotel to the
fair ground and return, as little noticed
as any man iu the crowd. If Asa enjoys
himself most when least noticed, his trip
. the State Capital must have been ono of
unalloyed pleasure. s Ho was in Cant left se_
verely alone. The rank and file Of his party
cared not to gaze on a man, whOse millions
Of money had barely secured him the nom
ination. The hungry folloWers who gen -
orally follow in the wake of candidates,
sus ected that Asa loved money much too
well to throw' it. around loosely among
them ; whilst the men who are apt to
fawn on the - men of po ger and place, knew
well enough that his chances for election
were far to few to justify them in pay
ing him court at this time. But little as
he Wee - noticed last Friday, he will
have fewerto do him 'honor after next
week. -- His defeat will drive from him
oven those who for the party's good now
show liiiittome consideration.. .
Tlk-friends, of Geary and Williams
held a rousing meeting' in tho Court
Ibuse on last Friday evening.—Colonel
Thomas Paxton presiding. The meet
ing was addressed by Hon. William Will
iams, a representative in Congress from
the Fort Wayne District, Indiana, who
made a most eloquent and 'effective
speech. We have seldom listened to a
speaker who has so many of the requi
sites of a popular stump orator as -Mr.
Williams. His speech was_roplete..with_
arguments, and abounded in eloquent and
telling passages. His anecdotes and sal
lies of wit were irresistible, and never failed
to elicit most hearty applause. The State
Central Committee have boon fortunate
in securing the services of Mr. Williams
in the prowl:it canvass.. Tho meeting
adjourned with nine hearty . cheekl . for
Geary and Williams.
A Beauty I We mean our new Gor
don press, which is ono of the prettiest
pieces of mechaniqn wo have ever seen.
In addition to its ornamental appear
ance it does the very best, and finest
specimens of all kinds of 'book and.job
printing. We have been running it con
stantly since its arrival, m ich to the
gratification of a great number of young
gentlemen and others, who manage to
find time to inspect its working. ,
If Cflrlisle ever gots the reputation of
being a fast town, the soldier's monu
ment will nothe the fault of it. It is about
as slow as a locomotive in a show drift.
Who is responsible, for the delay ?
cf Rev. J. A. Peters, recently elected to
tho pastorate of the Reformed church,
will 'enter upon his (ities, and preach
his introductory sermon on Sabbath next.
His installation will take place on this
evening. The sermon will be delivered
by Rev.' a C. Miller, of Ymik, 'Pa., and
the' liturgical and other services will be
conducted by Revs. Kieffer and Ault.
The public are respectfully-invited-to be
On Monday last a largo detachment of ,
troops was sent from the Carlisle Bar
'racks. 'There wore about three hundred
of them; andirtheywere sent to the Eighth
Cavalry at San Francisco, via the Paciqc
Railroad. They wore 'escorted to the
;las _Works by the band, and attended
by many of their friends, both male and
female, who seemed sorry to part with
them, • They themselves did n't seem
to mind it much, hoWeier, as alloy al
appeared' to be in the -gayest humor.
When the train started-they cheered for
Omaha most 'lustily. WO hope the boys
may be as happy . ditriiit - tlitiewhole torts
of service as they .appeared on Monday
The dry weather' , which has been for
weeks the standing subject'of complaint,
" broke" .on last Saturday with - a rain
which lasted-until, Monday morning.- Du 7
uing the whole of Sunday it fairly pOitred.
The rain was a general one, extending
,over our entire State; and doing vcii•Y con
siderable damage to prOperty in many
places. The Schuylkill and Lehigh rivers
wore'gecatly, swollen, and their watqrs
lnado — sad — havooTaittr -- property — aldng
their entire tours°. The Susquebanna
I and Delaware also did much damage.
At Philadelphia;'Phconixville, Norris
town, Man . ayunk and other places along
the Schuylkill, the 'damage to property
was very groat., Travel was Interrupted
mt....the Reading, "Norristown, Northern
Centratand Pennsylvania, Railroads, for
many hours,, and in many places the track
and bridges wore await' 'away by' the,
flood: In the way of dietributind Water.
inlaige quantities. eilidu4 'neticei - the
lap :rain iyas a decided 011(SCA11411.
- Bales of Real Ratato advertised:in the•
inan's houso and lot on Hanover street,
Saturday, October 9: 'Estate of 'Sohn
Duntioal; deceased. -House-and_ treet_of
nd in Gleason. ' ,
Saturday, October Q. Samuel E•or y,
guardian of Emma C. Smith. Farm in
Mower Allen- township, containing 85
acres and 107 porches.
Saturday, October 10. Property cor
ner High and Pitt streets, Carlisle. by
Jos. W Patton. _
Tuesday, October 19: Farm of Mel-,
choir H. Zeigler, Middlesex township,
containing 143 acres and 143 perches.
Wednesday; Oecoher 20. One-luilf in
terest of mill property, tavern, houses;
and other real estate of John Beotem.
• . Thursday, October 21. Assigned prop
erty of A. B. Zeigler, thick yard, houses
and lots in Carlisle.
Friday, Octobei 22, Estate) of Samu
el M.' Kenyon, deceased, farm in Dick
insontownship, containing 76 acres.
Baturday, October 23. House and lo
of Budisil Natclier, - west North street,
Tuesday, October 20. Estate of James
.W. Allen, deceased. Farm in Newton
township, containing 80 acres.
Tuesday, October 20. Estate of David
Orris, deceased. Farm in Bilver Spring
township, containing 130 acres.
Wednesday, October 27. Estate of
,David Orris, deceased. Farm in Eye
township, Perry:county, containing 10
acres and two perches.
Wednesday, October 27. Town pro
perty on Bedford street, Carlisle, by Jno.
N. Aamstrong. '
Thursday, Obtober 28, farm of Willaim .
Blosor, in Frankfort township, contain
Farm of George G. Davidson, West
Penusboro' township, containing 68 acres
and 84 perches.
Farm of A. Comory, sr., Frankford
township, containing 146-acres:,,
Hotel property to sell or exchange for
a farm. Jos A. Woodburn, Newvill, Pa.
Two farms of John Lutz, in Monroe
township, containing -752 acres and 70
Valuable town . residence of Lemuel
Todd's, on High street, Carlisle.
REAL ESTATE NOE BALE B A. I
Private Residonso on West Pomfret
Oro Banks, containing 18 acres, situn,
ted in Monroe township.
Private residence of James Bentz, on
South Hanover Street, Carlisle.
Farm in Monroe township, containing
Private rpsiaonce on SOuth 'llanovoi
The town is beset by a gang of brazen
_faced beggars, who go from . oor oor,
trying to work upon the sYmpatlties of
kind hearted people. By long experience
they have acquired a coolness
sistence worthy an office seeker. They
exliibika new phasein the art of' begga
ry, setting forth that they have recently
lost a house by fire, or ti sewing machine
by theft; ortelling some other,plaintive
story. It is difficult - to recognize the
deserving, and it is well to refuse oveiy
one; unless-unmjstakable references are
presented.' A woman who, last !Thurs
day, bored our citizens with a sorrow,fu
tale, and application for relief, was on
Friday carried off to prison,. drunk and
Our young friend Mr., Charles D. Hal
bert, has recently opened .on Louther
street, a short distance below the corner
of Hanover, a first class marble yard.
-He has procured-the-services of the most
export and experienced workmen, and is
determined to manufacture the very best
kind of work; at reasonable prices. Being
centrally located; aid having on hand
always a full supply of all kinds of stone,
we would urge those 'of our readers in
want of anything In his line to give him
a call. They will_ never regret it.
Extended meccas in nay dopartment of business
justly awakens competition, and owing to defective
mental and moral structure, often begets envy. Now
those aro - to be expected end may be met by energy
and determination; but not unfrequently tho bounds
of legitimate rivalrlea are overstepped and base, un
• scrumilous mon strop to tile the patronage of other,
to further their nefarious purpose,. With the mein
tnitee of science, and i j mains of industry and hones-
In providing a potent remedy, Dr Sttelher's Old
Standard Tonic Herb Bittern, have attained unparal
tried celebrity, having been be th'e publio for the
last thirty year, . ,
Wherever they have entered the lAA or setriplain .
ing household, their elfecta bare even exceeded ex
pectation, and MO far ourpowlea ail we have ever claim
ed for them by circular, card, or otherwise, that the
public confidence to the medicinal qualities of the
Bittern is unbounded. We do not four the compel
tiou of the empirical throng wile attempt, t. palm all
rentales upon the people, which era not scientifically
compounded, and are destitute of available qualitien.
mnplriciam will be discovered in the end, and
the inefficiency of their preparation. found'ou t. We.
woOld rather be envied fur merited enema Cum des•
plated for fallnre, however •ngotiorous it may brier
man either:to envy 'or despise Aga 'not enothir snail
a worse ciao, of Intlividesin, we Cr. tweed to take ac
tion. We allude to thou whoirtko advantage of our
popularitY, arid attempt to gain public favor and
con lease by counterfeiting the Old 'tstudard 111 tem,
barely imitating the label, or making other approach:
ea to its preparation calculated to deceive, and s• a
'molter - of - commas, In so far - as - they succeed. Yo bring
our eicollant Tonle Into disrepute. The public are
hereby, Wanted .agalnst - all ouch Imltetldne, flit ,
order to further protect ourielies. and - sore" the if -
Ilicted from Impeeition. we have concluded to Chang*
our Label io is ever hereafter to sustain our linden
end keep the reputation of that-Old-Clantlard
Intact. We Incur great expense by so doing, but the
and warrants the Means. The new la' el ,long with
the carillon, directions and neat ornamentation will
present an eiSallent steal portrait of C. It. Cyder,
- -the senior member of the flare Thin' twill' be the
badge of Its genutnenera, as _well _as . A. guarantees of
till quality of the Bitters The label will be duly
copyrighted, and thus placed beyond the reach ci
Wounterfeitem"lily Ivo .fault of-ours shall : the public
' confidence ever be *buried or the reputation of the
"Old Standard" b allowed .to sniffer. ?Moe genuine
ACRYI)ER Sp 00
131 North Third
15. p 3, 1311
Sir DI:APNEAS. 111.111DNIMS and CATARRH
treated with the 'Smolt enemas. by J. leaf Cs, M.
D... And Professor of Discesei Me Lye eme.f.r Vas
specialily)in Me Modica? Coltegs of Annsyllifinia, 12
years eoperinee, Clomerly of Leydi , n, lielland.) No.
.805 'Aran - fiireof.," Ithila. TeAtlinoolale AS* be Noin
.at hie office. litie Needles' (Acuity are Invited to Co-
eocepany. their patient., he has co secrete In
practice. AstiflcittVellneerted wilhentpal•. Ns
ehergo for eaassileatly.
TO THE TRADE.
Wm. 4 01eTr,A1 - 11E - M7itrit - detertnltte47to - rlvU L any -1
market In the r wholuale prices of their good!. -
dud recopied do sack* or CONIES. •
Salt down In price. '
?loam try, Cur Thum!.
, Disc luimr Mired 110 m, 'cheap. .* ,
•Akdo IlutlorCroiko and Fruit JAM In Illbandan ' aie.
All kind. of
,Corko chain: ' '
Call nod Imo
,the beet blintorn over - offered to thin
pokile. nod ,
but,,the best Cool 011 °Rued. Come
and um us. • • Wll. DLAlit t 80N, • '
: gelculnl rnontlt /Dd.' Culled*.
, Notcfm by Tologriipli
. irrmptly at
ast.de4 11416 0 00010Alatilit BANN°.
o & n.i.tivist . rfti)o.tion niAtts Pr ! ?
do It Y ....,.
. • ..40.7axu.-
W V Ens r.
- General Produce Market. •
&allele, September, 10, 1869....
Corroded Wee/dO by WiWarn IVashmooci
'DMUS: SOIDACON 31161ULD11118, ' l6
8005, 22 BACON SIDES, .00
LARD, , 18 WAITS ; 11BAN8 a II
TALLOW, Y PAItb:D PEACIII67 ' 25
80/11., RIUNPARISD PEACIiIIS II
118119 WA • 85 SHIM) APPLES, 821
3.1C071 MANS 18 B.AOB 2
, tus FaIISAVAMLIA DIIIOAND OF YUCATAN. This she
Oar. set of people are dearer:deg from the. anellidt.
Artsees of tionthern 3lesicri. and still retain some
sf tlio peculiarities which Pteveoe' and. ~drweeott
gave 01 their ancestors. Cr. J. 0 Ayer & Co.. em
ploy_ a email army of them Is digging Anreaparilla
root. Provided with narrow spades, a coil of repo
and a bag of water, they are ready for the forest
where the wild banana furnishes them wilt food
,and thick-leaved trees their only shelter. Taw o
those who died themselves rejuvenated •by this pro
duce, Chow how much they aro indebted to the toll
Of these huto'de - laborere, who dig : hpaith kir thous
sods of Or. A yer i i. patrons, while they sometimes
lose their own—illostoo Commercial.
.WIRE RAILING, WIRD GUARDS, for Store
Prouty, Aeyintus, he. Iron Bedsteads, Wire Web ,
binge for sheep and poultry yards, Dee's. and Iron
wire cloth Sieves, Panders, Screens for coal, ores°
sand, de., lieary Crimped Cloth fur, spark arresters
LanuecapeW ire for Windows de., Paper Maker,.
Wires, Ornamental Wire Works. Every Worm
lion by addressing the ottnutn• turers, SI. WALK Elt
k tiONS . No II North Stalk street Philadelphia.
Merchants pleaao call 'sad sea that we have Just
received a largo asaortment of Woolen Goode, Sheep
and Dusk 91oyss„.Ctarttlets; Paper Collars sad
Conk, Martins Poguelory, ac, at
No. 11, with Namara* street„ Car Sale, Pc
17Sopt ne '
tgentlentsa who suffered for years frog Nervous
Debility, Premature Decoy, 'and all the effects of
youthful indiscretion, *ill for the rake of suffering
humanity, send free bo all who need it, the receipt
for 'marring the simple remedy by which ho was
cured. Sufferers wishing to profit by she advert'.
er's experience. turtle so by addressing, In perfect
No. 47 Cedar St, tlaw York
Our nation, lave 'observed that we rarely praise
patent medicines, and that wo advertise only till
very bent bf them." But IMO , : the retenerable re
covery. of 31re. Rice, of Canastota, from hot distressing
and alLost bolpions scrofulous disease,, which In
knows throughout the community, and umprestiott .
. the effect of it,,cr's Sarsaparilla; leads us to
ptabOnli wFlrout re sire the remerkablo efficacy of
this m -fflelne wo do tit n in tho Interest of the
afflicted. Any remedy which can so effectually .'lll.lllO
ono from the d• ad,' should he universally known;
and WO Pi tell it may to universally as successful as it
has been in the car rd Mrs
Sec I m
The Presffiont dociaros war easiest nil impositions
op ro the po pin, and science following tho glorious
eNamplu: Is out rtgAnst the poisoners who sell augur
of lend hair dye., that not only rule the hair, but porn
lyze the syetein. 'Lupo/dors who would dostrdy the
unw,ry should he put down by lan. In tht moan
tilde Cristardo's excelsior hair dye is offered molar
tho gmtrantoo of I , rotssor Chllten,•the falitous ana
lytical chemist, an an efficient, pure and harmless
.. . .
dressing, acts liken charm en tho hair after it) ring
Try' It. ' 86c Im.
N i LT OTICK - .—the 12111 A tonal_ Fair
the"Cumlwrinud County Aarteutural
Het) to Le bout pis Wedueadai, Thur.day and Eri
da3, October l&h, 11th alto' 1869, tho So
artY'r biounrin l'n., Lurila Premiums 01-
`AU ptotos th. Cell. ty ploono copy sine Hood Lill
to thlt dlYe•.
VALUABLB REAL ESTATE AT
` PUBLIC SALE.
ON SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28,1809.
. By virtue of an order of .ale issued by the Orphans'
Court of Cumberland county, I will expose to public
vele, the,Court Hone°, 10 th• borou g h of Carlisle,
110Uf.11 AND LOT OF GROUND,
late the property of Rudlell Nati:her, deceased, situ.
atoll on west Korth street, In eadd bcoough, bounded
and ..ascribed as follows On the Routh by North
street, on the west by Aos Swelgort, 00 the North by
urinate alley, and on the , suet by Lout. Gotwalt, con
taining about 40 feet in hoot on !with stfeet, and
at the depth of 30 feet from the front line. narrowing
to 34 feet, end continuing that width, to the alley
aforesaid, it being aboat 112 feet deep. The In, rove
ments consist of a •
TWO STORY FRAM'S PLASTRIVD 1101168,
dame shop, stable, and necessary outbuildings. The
lot contains fruit of different kinds, and has apeurte.
mutt to It n water right .in the well on North
street This property leeilvlhlr located and will make:.
pleasant home for a small family
Salo to commence at 10 o'clock, a. m , on said day,
when atteminuen will' be gi en, and tonne Intuits
known by . C.,P
♦dm'r. C. T A. of it udisilt Nat. her, deed
' Eatablielled 1850.
l I ,A.WRENCE D. DIETZ & 00.,
/111'ORTISILS ANA DHALRILB
208 West Baltimore street,
Iletaretri 'lowan, and Liberty,
loot t 9 3wa
TUE ,CARLISLE ACADEMY
THS ONLY SCHOOL WHICH PIMP/RISS YOUNG
HEN POLE COLLEUH IN CARLISLE.
/n En 31.11 and •Claindcal School for ynnox mon
■nd boyn wEI be °period ziPpl.niner 11, In flontes
bul ding, un Snail linnovn- Ntrret. ,
Natural &Aimee, l'eun.annltly, an
TUE COVES : EI STUpy'
be designed bi to eke thorough Ho Ile schol owl
to -prepare fen Cativo Special it , ntion.will be
given to Pricelicul Arithnirlie, Re Wing, Spilling.
Penmanship, 00 , that students nay e well to noth•
.4 for bosinms I fe. and have a good foundation for a
more.axtundod count, ofatudy
'THE GOVERNIIIW /
willibe adapted Li yoking gentlemen and thous who
cannot be treated thus will-not be Allow.' to yeatolo.,
TIIH SCHOOL YEAR -" "
in divided into teo sessions, hosinning • respectivoly
September 6, and January 8 ,
TERMS PER SESSION,
(Payable In Advance.)
lot Ses• ton, CommoriEngliehi 1 It HO
do • Classics with Common English, 10 00
24 Session, Common English, 20
do Chunks with Com owe Onglish, lie 00
The scholars of thio'Academy, by the payment-0r
mat rums annually, can have the use of the College
Libratlee,"contelning 'At , * Volotnec •
_ end Anent, end loth/101r lea.
mint to tha Monday After New Year .
BOAItDINC Ac.—ruplio from &Morl here Ilse
privilege of rooming In Die.' neon Codeg. If they
chow:, t 0 do so, snit will And good boarding either
College ,Clube or In private famine.. rA.giag
mom $2 in thlii 00 per week.
Adepts' , .11 . . : IiT r_ ERRETT 0 , 4 1. 36 ,11 1 . 0 , ,, P ik d i tod,
I Win punt Peaeare in aeinntendlng Mr: R. W.
Starrett; A. U., am a gentlainan eminently qualified to
teach, My eroalidenoe to him to much, that I .tha/1
aommitlery meal von to hie earn.
9p a, lac
lc o. n LAMPS,
• A t ifrieit Arley of New Bt9lon.
tft auy Burrow made. .
COULTE R,• JCiPIA6 CO.„
Manhfheture* .and Wholesale
'7Oll Anon snow, PIIIIADHLPHIA.
. , .
OTICE. , :-I',l9tice is' hereby Oran"
L . that the.eittile Deride Bank w 11. make op , '
p lextlnn t o' the next Leglotature'of Penneylveele
for the 'renewal of tts.clun•ter with ; lie 'present tale
acn.j. cepllaL _June I.oth, 180. ‘
.. , . •• . J. r. 4.(taLitit; --
• aJuly Olktra .., . .•.. - - . 9LettlFsl.,
NE* GROCERT STORE. -
The anbearlher having pttraheteed Mee h 4
corner, Porraret and Sad'', rd etreets, and erected
theirdirt lidoraih Finiar trained with - a — New ,Stock
of well eelected Fresh Orocerion Ws stock; will., bc
funrid to ha complete in every particular, end every
thine sold_ will ha •warranted ea represented Tie
hen on nand and now ready far delivery' droeerlea
or all lands,
GLASSWARE, ' • '
' L witLowwens, •
A good atoOrtmoot of NGTIOTI4. ANleolall4 nada
on. all kinds Of Silt sleal n. - sudh as • ' •
Hams; Shaulders; Sides; Dried d, &e
Chinned an d . d - • ' .
. . Pickled FRUITS
01 au kinds. constantly on hand • . ' ,
All FLOUR and FEED of the beet irades, and In
quantities to suit purchaser..
Ooeds seta to any port of the town If desired '
Call and price for yourself at No 46. East Pomfret
Strom. - JOAN IIIiNDER.
33ent 113ti0Lnin .
LADIES' FANCY . FURS_!
JO tiN F AREIitA,
,- 718. Arch . Stroott
?diddle of the block,- between-Seventh and-Eighth
Streets, south side,
IMPORTER, HANUFACTURER, AND DEALER IN
ALL KINDS AND QUALITY. OP
FOR LADIES AND CHILDREN'S WEAR.
Having enlarged, remodeled, and improved my old
and favorably known FUR E •,PORIUM and having
Imp. mod a very largo and splendid assortment Of all .
the different kinds ofFurs from fleet bandsin Europe,
and base bad them mode up by the moat skillful
workman I would respectfully invite my-friends of,
Cumberland and adjacent coalition, to cAll and ex•
amine my vary large land beautiful assortment of
'Fancy Furs - for Ladles and Children. lam &term".
Mad to sell At an low price. us any other respectable
house in,this city. All Furs Warranted. No
represenfffins to effect sales.
17Sept 4m 118 Arch Street, Philadelphia.
7otice Is hereby Oven, that J. A. 'Worth hoe sp•
Idled for the • benefit of the Insolvent LW:s of till.
Comm nwealth, an I that a hearing of the sumo wl)
take place at the Court Howl°. at tho nd.ieurtual
gmaontCourt, on the 20 November, A L , 11119.
By ord.r of tho Court,
' J. A. MARTIN,
Aug. 27-10 t
ziti . L. SPONSLER,
Real Estate Agent, :terl•ener, Convesaneer Insnr
Ince and Claim , Agent. °Bleu Attu Street Neer_
VALUABLE PRIVATE RESI
DENCE FOR SA I.E.
Situate on South Hanover street, Carlisle, now
owned and occupied by Mt.. Washinood, late the
property of Benedict Law. The Int front! , en lien
over, at., 00 feet; end extends back the SAMO width
2.10 feet to an alley. The Imerovemenla arc a large
two•story 0110)111 11,11.1 S E, with Verandah In front.
containing Double l'arlers, Hall, Chamber. Melee
room and Kitchen on lower floor and Pk e handier,
and hath-room on the 2nd story... Dan and psi,
have been intrpilticef. Tham lea large Stehle nod
Calliope House at the mot of the .101. The lot In
wall studded with ornementa. ,
trees nnO Ore bbery.
besides fruit tel &num every description thopet•
of the moat choice in.lecttm ton undue
EnquiraUf 1,. OPONSI,EII,
- Real Eatate Agent.
230 M-68 -
®RE -BARK. n4(11 SALE —.‘ rich
of the I eat quality, 11.... Ito Ore,
yielding HI per Cent. comprisi .g about to AORIN,
leaded In Monism ...hip, about 2 miles seer the
Iron Works of 0. W. A D. V. AID. on tin, smith able
of the Vellow Breeches creek There r. i ',Cream ID
-moteer runnintly rnugh thrndreet • etnlnekrit •tor
nytinhing too ere end - Dirt/Wittig - winli•r power be
sides. A port!. of the .k Is 00der n len.n nod
will be si Id ...et thereto. •I ho b..ce in nnlo
p e ,,ens nieslriout of.vienrlng Din Ben% may
upon Gourge IV !dudish. of ter
. . us rirleker'n mill Munro, tuwnshi •
Combo. laud county, or upon
A'. L. sPoNtitim,
• EFtato ..goUt., Carlisle
F og SAL E
filnde Rol-Wanes liftman °a Smith Hatnayer St.
Carlisle. nearly- oppnalto Our ly'u tel owned by
Jame. Bent, The lut eortalus 100 tench, trout
running buck 210 hart, aid truing 70 fait in breadth
at Oteror. Thu buildings are manly outs and la
sauollent Order, cotnor.sir.g a etana.u.lious
7 WO-STORY BRICK FRONT BUT L DINO -
with u largo Two-Story Brick Back nu i;din g uttrich
nd contaimnd all the nuaturn- impost-manta Inclu
ding gsa-and watur. Tho Inontion of this t i..perty
Ix use Our alllnf origin eln thu town, and will ht.
croinarod "(WI fa•urable forum For teruo. and fur.
tiler particulars unquiro of
Tro.THE HEIRS AND
I to of too town• hip of Salvor Spring, con, ty of
Cnniberland. ceased. Tithe not ko that by Nirtuo
ot't Writ of rartition nod Noluntioo of the
Orph trot' Court of Conitinilaini cannily. and to nee
diroctod, I will hold on Ingooat in day do Tart or
valor the r. al rota to of maid derraned..on the pronr•
lace, on Thorsdny. the enventli day ot October
A. D., MO. at 0 ~ ' cloak. a to ,
Sheriff'. Onice. Car Isle JOS. C. TIIONIPSON,
on II 111 31 Sherlff.
LiLi oti s'ALE--'that desirable Private
flex dote-, ett , 11 West Pomfret Street,
Carlisle Thu IA contains 30 fret In front and 210
feet In duitth. The Ia tootikt of a Loot •
TWO STORY BRIt'K HOUSE,
Containing lasso Purim, Hall, Dining Brom, and
linchou on the lows floor, and eight C nvesio. t
Chore ers on the second floor 'three over the irr-ra
building, and live over the back boil leg, a W,e,h
Both Room. a.•d Water Closet; a,l gas pipes
I.•to Cho cellar. 'A hy.h not in the y , rd and
Water oo the second story. Ihe entire property is
In roost exeelteu condition. and the h mow] of
tho most dOelrnhl• I rile lobs. The Int v.,. I evod
ded wit by fruit trees an& stun' ban, and quite a nun
bar of grape,vinos of superior quality F r terms
VALU A BI,P; , 1 / 4 1,N1 AT PRi
VA SA I.t; , •
,Situate on the Foutlbside of the 7•1Ioer -reachesc
Creek In Monroe rOWleillin, ahoot lie
Aht's Lou Worts containing 76 Acres, nil C'eattd.-
but about tiAeres which aro covot ad ...Ph good tim
ber. Tito intpivveinents aro a t tobnio none two-stoup
SRA ME lb lIPtE, with. convenient outs militia
Large BANE BARN with Wmatin Shed and Corn
• ribs litho bed. A choice Apple t r hard in 'good
bearing order, together 111th peaches, feats, Clot,.
a. d thane. in abundance and on excellent and levet--
tailing well of 1t ater at thud or. The land is In a high
eta e of • niqvution. under good fence m d the in,
prorvuu•ulB to good order. VI, locat.on is a &nint
hly one, being near p church, mill and et hoof 11 ,
If lint sold nt pr.rate tale I,• fort, the 26th toy of
&Timber next the tarot toil lbr tiliered at Palle_
Sale tor that day. Persons desirous of viewing the
premises may c ell upon 800. 111:Leldlch, at Leidlch's
in, Monroe 01,1.1111 p,
kor terms Ac apply tut
By the Metropolitan. Gift Company
Gash Gifts to tho amount of $250,000
- 5 Call gills, each
10 Co-b gifte, each
etalt glfte eaelt .
- 40 Crab gifts; each
200 C.ll gala, each
300 Cann Will, emelt
60 Elegant Rottognod Plan., each $3OO to„$700
76 11 egant.Tlimewood Illelodeonk; " • 76 to 100
"350 Bowing . Machin., a • Int to 175
Club yltc , all valt7ed at 1 5, 6 1,14,tr00
A clsanoti to tl - ft.x!! y f the above prim, for '26 ono
Ticket.' deserildng - e are sealed In envelopes and
well ntlx.t.d Ott rece . pt Of 25 route a sealed tichei In
drawn without chidcu and sent by mall 0 , any ad
drew 'lllO prime named upon It will be delivered to
ticket holder on pnyntent of one dollar Prim are
11[1111..1We y sent to any rultirve by expreen or return
Yoq Will know onto your prize is before you pay,
PAIL Any prise exclatoor.cl for - on Other of same val
ise No Monk, Our petrOue eon dep. nd oo fair
who hove lately drawn veluaile prince and kindly
permitted um to publish theta; H 0 Wilkins. Baia.
10, t 5,000; Mien Annie Wore,. Cisic.sgo. Pleen;.soso
John D. swore, Louisville, $100.,; Bosom Wal
ortly htliwuu_kee. Plano, $500; Bev. r. ' Day Nod
Orleans, $5OO, We publish no names without p. r
Opinions of rheressrt —w The - tirE - 11 , rollablositni •
deport. their success Weekly Tribune, Oct 8, w We
know them to be a fair dentin', Bra, "-11. I% ',mad
'A friend - st ours drew a $3OO pike, stitch wen
promptly received " Daily News, Oct 3 —...sc ,
Bend f. r circular,. Liberal inducements to Agents
Satisfaction guaranteed Ilvery Ts:dosage of smaisig
envelopes contras Oen mph ' SislAlstkoa • for
13 for $2 ; 31 for $1; 110 fur sl.i. ° All lettere 'Should
be .shimmed to 11AllPER Are CO.,
' 1 1 11 Broadway. NT.
Good Black Bllko,Piploddon Covoro,Ehhoneive Shawls
Yin. Ploho Covets. Phio - Dices 131001111; I) 'ublo
Gamma flotilla, Pillow bionic Finest •
• ' hlaek 'Mohair, Fruit Doylies, Good
Phan Bilkol, Malmo Antique.
P. 8.--Wo:kofilatitotk of GoodCloods, i/ittiptett to
61 ' '
A. T.. SPUMILKII,
A. F PONSL ER,
Fetnto Aoh t
A. L. SPONSLER, ,
Ilunl Eatate Agent
GR tAl*, , DISTRIBUTION
EVERY TICKET DRAWS A PUIZIE
.elect the folloeTil
E Y . R E do L A N.D . E L
FOURTH AND, ARCH 'STIVERTS,
CASH DE .I.li;ltS IN TILlp
7 8124.15i1C,11.1'r,S ! 1
Jliovr and TO T 7 at4ractivo stock of
No. 4 . East Main street.
Having spout the last week In the Ensfarn Ifinrkatel,
I am now prergetttn offer to tho trade ► beautifol
assortment orDiCes thlowg tllOt wtII surpass nny
ploy In Carlisle We sown.
LOdiel.in search of goodi will end this great adven
u,ge in ♦➢ll
lug my establishment: "That my shelves
are sot filled u ivithlDitylee of Dress Goode bought
years n o it hi g h prices, I.t . .,,rastead will find all the
latest novelties of the seueln:iu:bright . and lively de-
WE KEEP NO -OLD SIIOPKDIIPERE ON lIAND
TO HARASS ,OOR COBTOMMIS
Ia calling attention ta a portion of our stock, WO
*ould particularly notice our
BLACK AND FANCY BILKS,
FRENCH MERINOS IN, ALL COLORS,
116IPRESS CLOTIM an ,ehrulee,
PLAIN ALL ,WOOL POPLINS,
SILK AND WOOL POPLINS,
ILIOLIIIP.STS.INSIWP WOOL POPLINS
If BAUTIPI4 BILK LID WOOL eigalrebelio, of the brightest
TOOL imam, doubl• Width,
A large aesortment of NA"' i7llllB, to take the place of
Sliasrls, just oroned
Pilot of SIURLI, square and long, (of story stile,) at
very low prices,
Ono hundred sets choleo Furs of every description now
,inspection,Trom the lowest prleo to the
finest sable. My prices on the above will dory compe
tition, as they are purchased direct front the Manu
CLOTHS, CASSIMHRES, AND CASSINETTS
In this branch we claim that our stock will compar
favorably iiith any Merchant Tailor'a. Suite made to
ortlor:by that alas...workmen.
BARGAINS IN"WIIITE AND RED FLANNELS
A'FULL ASOitTMENT OF
Always un hand. Funpral °Mery prinnidly and nails
DOM ES:PIC OGODS
TICK MOH, . INGLIA.MS, &.c1
Au uuuxuall)• largo stock of
QUILTS: OIL CLOVIS, BLINDS. „
Woolen Goods or every description, in fact everything
found in ii . tirst claim Dry (lima House, .nd all will
L. T. GRRENFIELD,
No. 4, East Main Stroot,
Everybody Inviled to call and a•aour lnrunandbeau
tlfql stock of PALL I ad WINTER GOODS 'which is
op a for In•peetion. Remember we closed out nil our
Summer floods at auction, and wo will now continua
to cell all our ,
PALL AND WINTDIt 000141 AT
We ore eieterednei to close out this stork rigar.llesS
of COST., 15's guaranty to revo.erary purchaser
TWENTY-F(VE PER CLI!,IT
n ar.ry dollar's worth of goods. Now talu warning
nd don't purchase until you sue our golds and prices
4f) Potter. of FANCY
tP tt 00 FMK Sat $1 60 to 41 7s
wool) rrantirl •
WREN , IS MBRINOII9, all wool,
BEST k:NGLISII MBRINOTIS,
ALL WOOL CASIIIIEMIS,
ALL WOOL DOUBLW 011 AWLS $Z 10'
BEAUTIFUL Cl.' ITII COATS
A full line
thavvlll be seerlfleed in pricer
ee pricp• os will mloniell you; -TARED
lIUNDItiIb Y. 1.111113 OF THU 11119 T
no .H MADE BA4 CARPETi VHR7 CHRAP
We ere still taking
WOOL AND CARPET RAGS
Do not neglect to call end see how much money
wo .ATO you.
W. C it CO.
In time Bents Mono. '
Bust M stn. Strad,
H ARPER, . . • .
Cor. IlimovOr and Pomfret its
NEW GOODS I . NEW GOQDBII
OPENING OF •
OttnNia X ICINSTISE.NB
OPIINP , O OF •
PLAIN AND FANCY DUBS GOODS
stomping a_a reaccoNELaiounama GOODS
Cor. Hanovor and Pomfret-fits
CINIDAT DARN iINS IN
• - OLOTUB , AND cABSIMEREB
°RUT' BARGAINS IN"
FURiliBlliNo pity UOODS.
, OP ALL TELE VICADINO
BRA.NIia OF 'D074E4511615
Cor. Ilittovor and POrnfrotsts
• Yull lines or'
KNIT!: GOODS. nosninit.
TARIM LINRNS. ' •
NAPKINS. • CORSETS. • '
. floor Biunis
:intrrs; • 'linAlvEns
For LoOes', Aliesse t Dove'
.kgood class cifGoodes pt tholloNiestlios-
Bible P rices ' ' r'• •
TE (08 : A; HARPER,'
10070 Cor. Hanoyoi imp :Pomfret ate 4
SL ATELAND FATiM ATPUBLIC
— THURSDA Y; ..bctoCer 19,.1869.
- ill-b• sold at -public-sale - en the-premises, that:.
valuable Alateland germ elton'ed to Middlesex toirro
ship, Cumberland etinnty, on the bents of the Como:
dogninet creek, abont ono and a hot mile. south of
Sterrett'ti Gap; and ono:hall - MU from the read les&
tog from Middlesex to Sterrett's qap, eontaining
stidet measure, bounded by lands of attaie Zeigler
Abram J. Zeigler, Jacob Zeigler, John Wlleen, ■r.
and the Conododninet creek. The Improvements
consist of a •
TWO STORY LOG HOUSE, '.
(Weatherbearded,) a large Frame Barn, with Wagen
Shod and Cam Cribs attached, Hog Sty, and oh er.
outhulkllnge. There is a never fulling spring it
water et the Loose, and a good wall at the barn.
The land le In a high state of cultiretion, hiring
been recently limed, and under good' fence. Elgh•
teen 'Arree of Timber Land on -the promisee.- Bun
ning water 1n nearly all the Beid•.'
FINE YOUNG ORCHARD.
Of different kinds of fruit lb good bearing condition..
There is sufficient limestone ou the farm Tor ell'pnr-
poses The farm Is convenient to mill., churches
school 11 , 41.4,311nd blacksmith shop. Also, at_ the
same time end place will be ,sofd a valuable tract of
Mountain Lund, containing Nine and on. half Acres,
situated in Carroll township' Ferry county, about two
voiles - northwt et of Bterrott's Gap, bounded by land.
of Oen. Weary, &ea:Abram L. Bowman. and Mime
This tract Is well covered wit . Chestnut, Oak, awl
other timbers, and le very easy act tee, being con
venient to the road_ leading from therret's Gap to
Sale tt commence at 11 o'clock, a. m., on mid day,
when attendance will be given end (arms made
known by MELCIIOIR If. ZEIGLER.
N. h Any pmeon dashing to sea - ether of said
properties will cell on the sabsoriber seeding on she
farm 'bite to
V ALUABLE HOTEL Property
PRIYATII SALE,OR EXCIIANO FOR A PAIISI
The s übsct lber offers at pt gate sale the well knows
hotel anted la Newsllle, Pa., known as the .. .
• LOGA N . II 0 - TT - s.E
The let (upon which the Hotel stands) contains 67
by 18•Inet, and la addition thereto will he sold an
excellent QAIIDIdN containing 65 by 180 feet. -
The - house is large and substantially built argon*
containing 8 . steeples apartment's, good Bur-room
Dining-room, Perlor,Httchen and nil modern Colleen
lances. A good Weller Watered the door,
for forty house; Tee Roust, Wood Millie, Smoke
armee tied all" necessary out-building..
The Leptis House la widely and fasorably known
and le largely patronised. It has been quite recently
innovated and repaired throughout._ •
LLL WOOL PLUM
For further portleulare, apply to the ernbeerlber,to
■ hie absence II Peter A. Ahl, at Noir*llle, Pa.,
JOS. A. WOODBURN:
L IMESTONE 141iM AT
TUESDAY, October 26, 1869,
Tbo untiOrsigdO,l,ozveutors of David Orals, deed.,
will Offer at public tido, on the promises, on lila above
day, a voinablo
LIMESTONE FARM, -
situated in Silver Sprint. township, Cumberland
county, Pa, at the rai,road station, one•half mile
south of New King. n, four miles west of kleohan•
Icsburg, and sir miles root of Carlisle, bondded en
the cod by a public rood loading from New Kingston
to the Trlnul• Spring road, and by lands Of Daniel
Solson.an ' Michael !lost; John It. Leldig, Lone
Brieker, Christian Hartman, and others, containing
FURS I I
ONR HUNDRED AND TIIIItTY SIX ACRES,
more or less. Nlee Acres of.lt being choice timber
land This excellent farm is in the highest ,tote oI
cultivation. level, clean. and ffoo Poe r eke, under
good fence, about ono tell being rondo of 1,00.1
'pore and Chestnut rails Filly-nye Ac.o.More or lesr
lie along tho railroad between it and the village of
New Kingston, which y at any time be sold out
in t.,wn lots Tim improvements whioh aro on the
rtnialolog St Acres, consist of a good
TWO STORY STONE HOUSE,
containing 17 root. nod a kitchon, a large BANK
BARN v. ith Wa:zon Plied nod Co n Crib attache •
Carrisge lltinae_and Rog; lien.. There is up , : le
plate afIorgq_ORCIIARD oT choice yaritijes of
Apples; also, Pear, Plums' and t berries about the
Welton. There Is a never falling welt of god water
at the door. Thin property is mated In one of the
richest and 'test sectitans - of • Cutub , riand valley,
Wm., 'ono half oily outh' of the Turnpike leadin4
front Ilarrishivg in Carlisle, and baring all the ad
rants :es of Chutchen Schools Stores. o , llls. Ate and
is in all respscts one o the most 08 ra a arms o
the county, saber as a residence or as an investniont.
Persola wishing to examine the proprrty'cao do
no by calling upon Mr. Dunklsbergsr, melding on
the prenilm s.
Sale to commence st 1 o'clock, pa said day, when
terms will be made known. Also,
O❑ the following day; (Wediteadity,
October 27, at 11 o'clock, a. tn..) b. 4)&1.1 at
publla sal., on the proalacs, a tract of alootala
Lind, altuated in Rya to:main, Perry conaty, pawl
wily. sank of Now lingatoa, contaialaar,
10 ACRE! AND 2 rEatlns,
aovored with thri•mg ChoFtuut Shawn bOwsdol %w
Icnds el John S. Itigker,Jamot A. demon nind oth4p.
JOLIM 011•1215. '•
ADAM 011.111/1 '
93 ,, qc BALE - OF A VALUABIJ
By virtue of the will of Samuel M. Kenyon, doe'd.,
I will esti on the premises on
FRIDAY,OCTORKR 21 , I'6o,
hi. farm situated 6 miles from CarlDle, on the Walnut
Dottuin road, in Dickinson township, Cumberland
county, Ps.. adjoiningd lauds of Emanuel Line
Richard Woods and others, containing shout sT
ACRES, Ina hign state of cultivation with a new
TWO STORY BRICK HOUSE,
double Log Darn, Wagon Shed, Coin. Cribs, and
other necessary outbuildings. A novor (idling well
Wator le noar the house. A well of which Him water
overflow., part of the year Is oleo convenient, afford
ing a to I supply of water
TWO EXCELLENT ORCHARDS
Bonlnining n choice variety of fruit.
nid is a very deeirnble (Bra' •nd, will he Bold on
Salo to contoten6, at 1 o'clock, p. ot., on when nt ,
landau. will I,e given nod ter.on made known by
JOHN S. MUNRO,
ASSIGNEE'S BALE of REAL an ,
Ole Thursday, October 21, 1800,
I will cal, at public sclo, on the premiers, eltuatal
on the n•! t [least corner of Libewty en rent and Logue's
lane, Claim e, Pa., the follow ing Real Estate, Yisi •
No. 1, A. FIRST CLASS BRICKYARD,
containing five tiet ea and nine perches, and having
thueean it Brick Coal Kiln, with capac.ty for 160,000
bricks; She le, 1 , loots, Lc: 'This is the most doairabl•
y.rd i n Carlisle '
No. 2, A LOT OF GROUND,
Thirty ey e tent i (wilt on Liberty street, And 126
lent It. depth wn 10 fxelltllo, 'ming thereon a TWO
, RY • TONE ♦`D PRAMS IlulJSE,hirid-ottior
I nIP royetne
No. 3, A LOT OF GROUND,
Which ailjone No. 2 Mt t.. 27 tent 111 trout and
125 find in depth, huvinr thereon n TWO STORY
BRICK 110CSE,.anti,otlier linproTemente.
SHAW I il,
No. 4,, SI Y BUILDING LOTS,
on the met of N 0.2, each 25 feet lac front and 125 fro
la depth.. •
No. 5, EIGHT BUILDING LOTS,
On the Went of No. 3, each 71 feet in._.front, and • 125
meet in depth.
No. 6, A BUILDING LOT, '
On cortier of Liberty street and Logoa'a Ittne.:l4 feet In
front and i 4. foot In depth to an alloy, whore Itg Is 40
feet In width, hart ng thereon'a good Irratoo VtAla.
Al, it, at oho e ano thuo and place, the fol lowipg,per
liana! property. vie: Three carts, ono two horse d•a
gall, ono one horse wlgon, one 1 1 0 log wagon, ouu four
litres sleigh, nine wheelbarrow., otio„ cut up Plough,
91. e detupering machine ' oho .Frettlilliee patent brick
mnchh o. threo Bette cart genie, two sotto of brooch
bailee, two Bede of front gear-, two net a of plough
gears, et , lar., bridle*, harass, spreaders, fift helation,
speitee, picks, crowbars; sledge. 'and other
tool.. About o,ouo foot of good WHITE PINY,
BOA !IDS., and a *utility ofott °certif.:leo,
.Sale no tow:nonce at,lo u'i Jock, n. an, when Alton&
mina s ill to g, a and tonne made known by,
doe3t Anlgneo of A. D. ZolgleL,
VOUBLIO SALE OF
at full merket pH.,
Will be raid at nubile. sale, On the prendees, by the
heirs of James IV. Allen, doisasad, a Limeidene
Farm sittinted• in Newton toWnnbip. Cumberland
coOty, containing to Acres, more or loss, adjoining
the trfmn of Oakville, Nur
an five nines east of thippansburg, bounded on th 6
sontb by Cumberland Tollef:initrosti, on the north
.by MoCune and Robert N. Hays, on the
welt by gainuel McCann, and on the Nest by proper.
ties la Oakville.' Tho hnproventente !ire a
TWO STORY LOG 110USt
large, FRAME BAItN, and two large Cisterns at
tiro Barn, Cofn - Crilic - Wagon Shodcitbil othor hecea•
Nary farm brilldinge. There never falling well of
water at thichoumii. There le Alen iTr.N'ANT HOUBB
on . the premiere, and an etcollont well of water at
the Tenant Honed. There in
%VIM - PROOF CLOTHS-
A GOOD ORCHARD
on tile farlll,•olotie by the house, oleo Poach, cierry,
andiother fettit-trervh—Tills- la ono of - the — awst — prO ,
ductiv. and desirable farin• In the Cumberiand
bey. The Mole of the best Itunatoue quall•y,.l6 In.
a high elate of cultivation, and is well adapted to
wheat and grain growing purposes, and Worths ad•
vantage' of the Oakville market, close by the farm,
Pint of the firm is'admirably situated to be laid
o 5 In town lota. The farm rail be sold together or
divided ne may beet suit purChaserc -
Also, at the name lima sod place a „ • ,
TRACT OP MOUNTAIN LAND, '
oltuatod harankford tiownahip, Cumberimid , county ;
near McClure's Gap, hounded by lands of DAniel.
Oyler on the west, by nhnmbiwrgh on Molina ;
'John Odder on the Youth, and Simnel Diller on tits,
North„contaltilng 40 Acres, more or less, This tract
Is covered with Chestnut, Chestnut Oak, Locust and
other Unifier with
excellent qtialitY,-and is , 'accessible
on ad attics. This tract will be sold together or in
separatelote ; as pray p ast pfirchnsers.
', gale so committee tlO o'clock, a. en., of said day;
when attendance will be given and 'terms made
lOU ICOONEI. . '
, hownt •a nqunKv, mniOtarniases'or
PAPER ITANT4INGS; arid •
; WINDOW. SHADES,
BALES !wow, CORNER or
MARKET BA RENTS, PHILADELPHIA: '
i'soory,coinc:no twonty-third and
• p •
- NI4 : SI9ELESVaIrf DAY.OB OUROWN Itt/trin.
loctO? • : .
FOR . SALE
Terme to 'suit the purchaser
OR T13 ,.. 1;,9D,A1r, OCTOIHIR 90, 1809
WALL.I , A P EWS
IMMO SALE OF- A 'YALUA
IILH MILL, TAVERN, MUSE, AND
frednacktii, October 20, 1869
I' will 101 l at public sale do the prow:hies, !situated
in Milltown, Loeser Allen township, two miles west
of Harrisburg and ono-half mile south of White
,liall stntiod on the Ctimberland Valley Itrillroad,lh'e
undivided hair , f the following described Real
Estate: A large'
1 -- irCrUlt - STCrR - .Yl' -- STO - .1511 - 11 - r
in good repair, 60 by 80 feet, with Lim rut of burro,
capable. of making 10J ban sls•of floor per day.
Tee mill. le on Cedar spring, with a Inver falling
water power, and ie rum by two overshot wheels
IVA feet high. There Is a barge lot of Hog Pees
connected with the mill.
" Also, within 'a eh , rt distance of the mills large
four story,frams building formerly used as a distill
ery and now as dwelling houses.
' Also a largo two•tory
STONE TAVERN STAND,
40 by 80 feet. in beat of order, with spring houses
attached, and Butcher Shop with wet r power suffi
cient to cut 200 pounds of meat per hour ant all other
- arrangementent • Oral-class slaughter.house. There
is also attached to the tavern - stand, a atone BANK
BARN, 40 by 80 feet, to good repair with ample sta
bling:. Also, a one and a half story Frame Store and
Dwelling 'noose, 30 by 40 foot, With ware room
Also, a large double .
- BRICK DWELLING HOUSE,
two stories high with two story back building, wash
hOuse, carriage honer. ambling, nod all necessary out
buildings. Fine , well of water and ciatern. Also, n
'Pomo two story DWELLING — MUSK - 2i bj 30 riot;
with large wagon maker shop attached.
Also a two story Log Dwelling Hones with shoe ,
winker shop atter. hed.
Also two two story Frame Dwelling Flonses 26 by 3U
A largo IM story' Trame Carpenter Shop and a
Into Frame Cooper Shop.
There are about 16 /Woe of choice Land connect
sd with' tho above promises, with a line Orchard of
choice trait of all blade.
The location on o n f ay li y is ani pr a operty for burliness le one of
the' beet In I _ . . .
It not sold the mill will be rented until April first,
Pe . rsons desiring Intormetlon 'will eon upon or
address John Beote!ri or Chrlorian Eberly residing
on the premises. Pest Wilco Wrens, ilberlfs Mill.,
Cumberland county, Pa.
lA FARM-AT I'IIIYS TB SALE.
Situate in .Frankford twp., Cumb. Co, 4 miles
north 01 Nnwsille, 1 34 miles south of Blosersaillo,
and mils fro M Diller's bridge, adjoining lands of
Samuel Ernst, Loran 11. Orris and Misers, contain
-146 AdRES, (more or lees,)
all clearod butlibout 20 Acme, which aro 'covered
with good Tiniber, also, about 25 Atha of good
Meadow. Tim improvomente are a Large
TWO-STORY FRAME HOUSE, (now)
with Wash Mouse, Pranks Home and other nocessary
A LARGE SANK - BARN,
nearly new, with new Wagon Shed, Corn Crib, Cur.
rlage House, Ilog Pen, and all nect...sary outholld
lags, also, a well .r good Water at the door and an
abundance of the choicest and heiht fruit.
There is also a largo streets of water running
through the Tarm, haring thereon erected a first-,
This farm iv h a ;plod state of cultivation, the
- buildings new, be.es in good order, arid well limed
recently. In one oft meat productive and hest
stock fermi In iho county, And is . eßmveulsnt
to school!, mills, kc.
Persons dodring to flew tho above property coo
do NO by calling en the subscriber residing on the
firm. A. COM HAY, yr.
PUBLIC SALE OF VAL - U/01X
SATURDAY, October. 9th, 1569.
The nabscribern, the 'widow And heirs of John.
Dunbar: deed ,will sell at public sale, on the preme
lees, the fedlowl ng desert: ed real estate, to wit:
A.magnificent Lot , of Oround situate in the village
of Grewson, about 200 feet snitare, having thereon
erected a most excellent and cummodidus Two story.
BR-IGK- DWELLING HOUSE,
Wash House; Wood Manes, Hake House, Ice House
Stable Carriego llonse and Corn Crib This In pe -
hapn the rer, finest eountry-pippet t s 'in the
thu lot being di,ded tiimis Uendti dd, yard and, a
magnificent garden productive straw burry and potato
PEACH: AND APPLE ORCHARD.
The yard is filled with treautifol ' ornamental
trees. There are aim, on the property a goad well of
water and three good cieterne, 2nd A.Traet of about
of load enee-fourtk of a mile Soutl4 ofGreaapu, adjoin
log lands of Dodd Woit. Robert Greason, Santee!
()reason and George Line '
Jr.. two scree of which
are covered with •scellent. Timber, and tits balaiße
in a high stale of cultivation.
Sal to commence - at l'o'clock, on maid day when
terms will be made known by, . .
MINER W. DUNBAR
JAMEi A. DUNBAR,
-ALUTB LE REAL ESTATE
AT PUBLIC BALE.
On Saturday Oct' ber 9171,-1869
By •Irtne *Lan 0.d..r.0f the Orphans' Couirt
Cumberlent county, t will spurn to online role on
the prionle'm en the sib, e day, the following' i!r•
erribiol reel estate situate in Lower Allen ton nil, p.
lAtid routty. on the o n I , endl'it: from Nov
Onniberlaiin tb ' .ut I mile Youth of
Shireninnet•wn, to wit, oart •f Slate Laud ton.
35 AORES AND 107 PERCH ES,
be the Name more or le., about one acne of which
in ln Timber and the residue d,v,dcd Into tdx.
all of Which Is In a good stets of cultivation..l a
portico thereof tecont y limed.
The improvemente consist vi a Trro•etory
Log Barn, Nark Inane and Other outbuildings.
There la a• 0114:11AI.D •f choice fruit, n well of
good n ater and Cistern near tlf• door, and n per.
lion ni the fencing is now, Thn buiLlings are alto•
aced on elevated ground affording nn extenhlve
view of the surroundin.; country, and in a healthy
add dedrabh house.
Any pereon desiring to examine the pr party ran
roll on John It. Eberly reenlist - on the premises,
who 0111 giVe nil nkeeseary information. Title
inalnpntable and poe•essloo given on Out April M.
Sale to remmenre at II n'olnelt, on stud clay. when
tonne will be wade nnowe•by
5.011.1f , L EBERLY,
Guardlna of Emma C. Smith
VALIIABLII TOWN PEOPEIITT.43 PUBLIC
SATURDAY, October 9tA, - 1869
Will be cold at Public Sale, at tae Court House in
the Borough of Carlisle, that VA111111.40 property
eitnitte on S .uth Honorer street, opposite the h..tel
of John Early, consisting of a lot of Uround euxty
foot In width on South Honorer otreot, and extending
Sib fort in depth ton public alloy no Improvements
conid=t of a large
TWO-STORY , BRICIC. HOUSE,
containing seven rooms, with Kitchen attach. d A
large Fr ,me Stable, Cm Hags House and Hag Sty, tn.
gather with other men-Bury out-buildings et Ole foot
of the, lot A will Sf •scrllent %Tater A variety of
choice Fluit on the premises
- coin to commoner at 19 o'clock. on Laid day, when
ittbitaboice will be given and terms made known by
10Sept tS MAGDALENE LEHMAN
V. ALUA-BLE ESTATE
AT' PRIV ATN 3 lA.
Thu solocriber wishing to. rolinonlnlsh farming,
°MTH nt prir+tn solo too Valuable LIMESTONE
FAIMS, citual ad In Monroe lownridp I etv,en the
York road and the rood leading to [lolling 'Springs
ri short tolls from Churehtown and 1 1 ,4 tulles from
, llo.lineFpring, ~ •
ho . 1, Contains rdnort 75 Af HES. morn or or less,
of oirellent Liniestone land In a high MAU, Of Cul.
tlystron. The inuriorourents are A good. two-story
Falun Goose with Wash (loos • soil other outbuild
ings. Also,- en exciellont new Tenant (louse and'
largo Bank' Barn with wagon sheds, corn cribs and
other necesstry outbuildings.
'thin fan has two splendid • springs of running
water from which orery told might orohly be sup-
Thesu springs ford two splondiri trout Ponds.
Th..fe is also n . nod Orchard of choice Fruit, such
as Apples, Pears. reaches. Chorrios, &c.
No. 2. Contains shout 70 ACHES of excellent
Limer.tono Land In first-rate order. The Improve
-misnts - arros double two-story - NHATIIERIIO2 iiDED
110(18m, wills kiichr n, 'bake boned. &c. A frame
Bart; re6ntly repaired, with wagon died, corn cribs
and other out holdings attached' •
An excellent Applo Orchard with a Inge quantity,
of Cherries and other choice omits AMU nd the build.
logs. Good well f, water and a bilge cistern at,the
'lf desirable a tract of woodland for etch place Is
Parsons wishing to View them) properties ain do
so by calling on tha siibserlbbr residing on tlio road
lesding from Churchtown to Bolling Springs about
npe milo,Emt of the latter-plop', or,-Upon
Luta Ilring close by. • JOIN LUTZ.
tiNug GU tf •
` 1 1".1!.10, 1 _A;, NOTIOIe.,:.
aving purehnsetl the stock, good VIII, and fixtures
of that .popular eutifem 'unary of J. 11. Itheeth, I au
noutice to the ',obit° that I will be able at all times
toAbralalLtltelicat assortment of,
My stock bring manufactured at home, NT Ill^itlwtiya
be made of the tory beat material and by ox•
fissions.' worktuoal.. I will be able, from my exten•
e Ivo stock to
Offer Great Inducements to the Trade.
will be constantly added to. my Stock
. . .
• .FRAS.I7 CONFECTIONS
should bet fail to coll. nosing perfected arrange ,
month with the Enstorn snorkels, I will be obi° to
supply every loves of good' confections wttlt" the
gory best .olity, ,
' CANDIES ..MANUFACIIIRED.,
for,tlis lead° AL very low rites I'leaso coil Anil eX
Audio my alock . umil prices.
* WILSON .131:11t11110101)Eit,
Sucopotoi to J. 11.111.1torii, •
No. 36, Woot 64uk etreet.
. Yhare. been "ililet3d
for the lest tab' year° with thelthisittnalloin and
Clout. Your it ttgfe irite rieconmeudety to 'be: , I
hero Iliad it, and I ant triad to sa:t ltAtitaelleeteit 'a
•Pitifect Cure lb a ierj r : aliort - thue. Therefor° br i e.
.comnieou i ,lt to all perobbu afillelOd ItIt•Illit 'enure
dhuttera: I tionelder,i°; . the beet OUrroll:4i99 for any
Illeease thabukbaii b dyltl stiltleUtod tot'
• - Philadelphia.
1869. GRAND- 1809
N T R A I,
D,R Y G 0 0 D 0 USE
SE t AISONABLE GOODS.
SHAWLS, of every deeription, BREAKFAST
SHAWLS, urw styles, ARAB SHAWLS, the' West
thing out, NEW STYLE WOOLEN HOODS, just out,
FLANNELS of ovary description, at:extremely low
HOME MADE GOODS
The NEW BALATORAL
OF EVERY VARIETY AND STYLE
A NU assortment of nit kinds for Lattice, Mlisoe
FLOOR. OIL CLOTHS, all widths
DRUGGETS, all widths,
To filo community at large wo will Poy that too
aro going to keep up oar reputation of korplog tho
most at males stock at.ull times that 1,10 ho found
In the town and county.
Nemo do notion-to call and examine our stock
bolero making - your purchases fur the season.
As the season is fast approaching when persons
bo looking fur a dosirablo,Stovo fur Parlor or
Kitchen use, we ask a careful examination of our
stock, behoving svo havo the largest and host soled-
ed assortment of STOVES over offered to tho citizens
of Cu . ntberland county
Wo Lava on band thojuatlx calobratod
:MORNING GLORY BASE BURNER,
which, as a Parlor or Dining Room Stove, excels all
othord, ns thousands who use them will testify
THE LIGHT HOUSE,
Ono of tho most desirable stoves In use
THE MORNING LIGHT,
PARLOR EIVATER, and
and othor now Parlor, Dining Iloonv,'nnd Dimming.
We offer oolong otliors.the following Cook Stores
and City of Borllggtou COMBINATION.. WoodEa
NRU TS, Sc
which lioutc ono, tin or tliree rooms, nod Is decidedly
the boat iiro Placa Stovo oror invoiltod
We Would call'attalatlon to oar largo atock of
',on bond or man to:ordor. All kiwis of
ft.001 1 IlkTG" Ajs.TD SPOUTING
'd . r.ino on rowonabla toriza UUtl without aoirur.:l:„. ,-,-
.All portions 40oirtug, AN , 4 1 "
vita& to coil atul utloa our &Aldo ,
, 2460 ' CiAr/b/er ri6
1R3.911 I OPLINO
OlIr t NE
For Mon and Boya' wear
CARPETS ! I
LEIDICH & MILLER
- Akio a Buse Burner. 4
THE MORNING GLORY,
FIRE PLACE STOVE,