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llAltnlsnunG, ,Ta . nuary, 11, 1870
:As might reasonably ho;%.:gpposgd, the
fegislattire has notyet bec'nyverwOrket,
The House after organizing and recjiy
log aild reading the Clovernor'sniessage,
on lust Thursday adjourne'd'until"rtil-s
-.lay arterinon of this week. The Senate
remained in fiession one day lom.fer, but.
en Friday it adynirned to the same time.
11, however. made some start toward leg- ,
islative - werk during the days in which
it sat. Fdciay, Speakeil Stinson an
nounced his committees. It is not nee-,
c ,7 4ary that the list of them should be.
von la-re, as to those Who are not 'con
nected with the business before thein, it
is not iiiTortant or even interesting to
li;, t• it. It noticeable however, that
::cnal or ti II i ngfelt was plactatl at the head
Cominittee,- instead- of
*--enator Connell, Mho has been the chair
ni tit for a number of sessions. This
( sommittee is the most important one :IA
ill have ',mite extraordinary ditties dttr
,M, the present session. (lit Friday tall,
mini. Lowry offered . a Vosoliftion
re , •l ing it, toiutestiLatethe
:onl to inquirt, into the
ill 5\ hit h the 11Iplley is received,
and where - it is kept. and Ndictlier any
dh - ,gal list) is made of I hc'same. Senator
low and also otifered a I 'solut-ion, extend
' log the invesligati,ill of 11w Committee
'i - 7;; A• the last thrue — ycitis.. Binh
lierefore have :t little performance on
hmal which has not. been heretofore - On
he bills. It- will doubtless gi,7e them
misidernble labor, but, it the investiga
ii:,h will 41nonsti'ate thatoivory thing Is
,ight about. the Treasury, every, 9ne will
heartily rejoice at. the re:„.ttlt, atilt should
their invesiigation tablish a di ll'erent
! . late of things, this, of course, will be the
first step toward correcting
On 'Friday in the Senate, the Commit
tee on tile contested seat in the Somer.
.A-1, district, reported- -the majority - in
ravmr of Scull , : a id i lirninority in favor
01' Findlay. F.ena tor Wallace
alcly attacked the majority report, in a
set,‘ exhaustive speech, but, before he
through the ` 4 onale adj.;urned until
totay at four o'clock. The House hall
etd Hulled on Thur,l.ty until this morn-
lu hIS \ (11.1,:ite
t . cotif estpl t vas cmil hum(
1'u:111;m, Btivhal,w, \tile
I.mcrc. 1)a \ (ihn,t..ad, Irving am
'll Al hall-pa,C II 0'c1.,4.1c a v.a,
',•iutto, \ y 1 ' 211111.1g I/1,11
,j)1111he I)t•in.•rats, the
:.;.ling :,mot party silo.. v“tc.
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floc iLr ,„1,1.41 bcci, rind
! ,y, hi, ..m.notti. pre,ent.,l I H nst.lr al
t Spoalzer . ,-; mug )li.. 41(•-
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tle( idetl Vat 11 , 1 11111 400-
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. Thc.proceedin.,;, a 11,
an . lilll,lllVlll/ eharflClt.,l:. A commithal,
appointed to 111:11;0 arrangements Toe
inanguratioz)'on 110.:t Tue - ..day, and
.•ec to investigate the Tle:yany trall,:te
.1% mg l'nolon'N ni;.esl and
iHer's Monnal to enell member. 'The
haplain ,ine...tion was I.llom '111):ind in
finitely postponed, I.oidig
to pay tln. hill fur prayeß. by Nail
.: IMO ions from the members. After
• ins ilel;ate nn thesloyst ion of printibx •
;11 . 1 . 1 1 . 41111, tim ilouse proepeded 11, nom
iiialc for Slate 'Try:l,lll:er, to
•,!1.31 Tor al. the ele, !ion to inorrOiv.
'11:1,1,.v. Fry, Ire in , fa.ni Zeigler,
.11.4 l• gore 11 , 1111111A(I'd. The elcul j/1: 1
cci, teseicid the earten, mond !
yclininl,v hi rioted.
The pi emir.:t ,oh.. for the !..e/snal
albs! ~r liars Isbi e b i s t o
glare on Tin.....11,t‘ nest are in pil-
It ~t iid i. 11..; are that there
Ili ;10 II imt , t , 41; , 4 millilary and civic
m (2aito a number t tt' milita r y or,
mat ;;;;,1 toriet Ms ,
mestad and this tilt' will
la , lilltil ti; trarrhlmsi,t,t. .tilh
Ilt• thr itati.ttottratittit i s it,
al l at 'I, la I.ot.tkiatmt• it ill
;411 ire lt 4.l'h tutu h(' 111(,
it , ill , . that tilt; ;;; , ,itti; ;still I/0
~lilliallll irvagat ie-11141
it uuu.t Lc :)ohuiticd tllat the "strong
winded" tvonton .sonnsii inos say thi ngs
‘cell Ivorlhy to be re:ulatid
in s eil . el this creilll a Silt - 44'11 a -11111'-
ivill al tile
1,11 ill NeW :
..",111y fri wTh, Las it rr ov,m;y e d to
\vhat n emumealary 11111 in 0111'
ritilizatinunrr.lheeeloei: and the
illtile'”l.,ociely l ova l them? lit
‘vliiilt:coluiittinity is litt:silort, to
-1,-,41(..q.c it, 1., its * mother's arms. Wind.
I . t.j.,:eino's when it ie found ; what tearful
, pipalliy, what bear! iiiuss fir
There are no harsh eganneins noon the
poor, tired let, be they never so miry ;
'no - reprlinanddoi-the soiled and torn gar
ments, no lark 'of kisses my the tear
.st :tined facts., But let LllO child be. grown
to Avonutnhood, let her be led front the
enelosure of morality by the voice of.- if.
f;etion, or driven limn . it by the strong
,erargo of want —what happens . Don?
Do (Trist lawmen and NV . OIIICII gO in quest
of tier? Do they provide all possible
hrlirfrn her - refirniorT . it' Ote - relnink7of
her On ti motion, dO they receive her with
such kindness and delicacy. as to Seem()
her against yandering agaiw' Far from
it. At the first false step she is dinionneed
as hist --hist, 'echo friends and relativ.es—
wo!di;iiiwn you ; . don't czer conic near us
L-tlii-tgraes 'fat,st, says society indif
ferently: now bad - ifeke . girls aro ! And
lost--irretrievably lestis- the prompt
verdict of' conventional rtiorality, while
one and 'all unite in holtilii; every door'
between liel' and ;respeittability. Ah
will.: not- the s e lost ones be•regnired at
our hands in the great Ticdeafter.',' .
Tim total numbesr ;rayed of Hohlierti.
who (lied in defence of Iho Americans
Union now recorish4l in the printed 'forms
published by tho •Quartermaster's
partment funounts to - about 193,000,
Therd.yet re s main to he printed the re:
eor s ds of about,loo,ooo graves, making an
aitgregate of 800,000, of Which -tb61141 - 11CS
Or 100,000 61C(Mpallt ti will probal;l3Aievor.
Smith ana . "..Tonts :were
fencing, ihe• amt of 'self-defense and .the
like. , Sninh }•emmked thathe bad seen it
inn fende. "..Pooh 1" tqtl(l Jones, "that
'have seen ti }nit . -
A'reps . on Why a piano
.wq's not say' eclat.
alike .was boqiniso none or tiro fitoinen
could plai on it. '
• BRIEF ITEMS.
Wyoming has 700 women voters..
The State debt of Nil .Jersey ig over
Chicago has erectod . 7,783 buildings `in
A nephew of•J. C. C Calhotin is 'Ai Area
ear conductoii; in - 'CliarloSttni.
Boston has increased its debt. over $3;-
'OOO,OOO the last year.
nlniost equal - to Italian has just
been',found in Arkansas.
- Quincy, up si l olio,ooo uoim
oPintildings in 1869.
There were 8111 eleaths.by violeneo in
Chicago, last year,
Michigan lens nearly 10,000 to:wheys,
four-firths of n•hom are women.
Fifty •ti onsaud dollars has 'been
subscribed toward startiug-a- ear maim
factrir:ii,i, Arlington, Vt.
A , Boman sculptor is engaged oif 41
bunt or ";:onser. cox.
yort 'durin g 180, there were
rurty-twe wi4rtlers inl but throe convic
The family of I he late Mr. i;La Mon have
gone to Steuben Ville, Ohio.
Five thousand consumptives resort. to
Minnesota every year..
The failure of Clark, West A: Co., is
announced. Liahilitics , $llOO,OOO.
nip() strawhiirrics were picked in the
lends of Oredom in December
The Roman C'titholh) churchjs in this
conntry mtiulltr :1,1109.
" Tlie Eidden is a - popular
play with western gamblecs. s• lt eontnitin
the three missing , jacks.
Portland, 31e., has 50:ductors and 70
lawyers, and yet remains healthy and br
The battle field of ellancellorsvillo has
been bought by a gentleman from Balti
more for $8,300.
gentleman from Texas has engaged
200 Chinamen in San Francisco to work
for three Years. . •
Louisville now claims If population of
150,000—and a NVOIIdVIIIII growth in the
last ten years. •
The 'Hartford 'Coarier . thinks tliat, the
ratification of the -Fifteenth Amendment
will unld 1,500 to 1,000 to the vothfs of
Connect iota. •
broom factory has been Marled at
Jacksim, Tennessee, and farmers are
finding a market there fi,r their corn at
$l5O to s^otla ton.
- A - c. o . larTnitit "yr gitturtimmT - -1 sa
adella of Spain, and Francis the Second,
of Naples, are now residing in the same
house at Rome.
The nuinber of English It;piseopal
bi,hopg ix '2B, tlw average Indary being
abOut iQt,oon, raging from sla,ooo to $.lO
- per annum.
The Erthtern Eai!road Cieepany of En
are fitting up two new cars to con
vey 1116),ot - 1y - of 31r. Peabody front Port
land In Peabody.
A Milwaukie hank was lately tile SCOIIO
of a curious incident, and only just eg
caped'a heavy:financial transaction. An
elderly, well di f essed gentlemen 'entered
the bank and drew a check in a business,
like manner, which lie passed to the pay
ing teller. Upon looking - at tile signa
i4lP(` the teller was some what—tirprisfid
litol it was that of no legs distinguished
a person than Vanderbilt, and the
check was drawn fair the very baudgOine
little gum of ten dollarß. The
gentloinan appeared unconcerned, as if
lie wag accusionns.l to draw these little
eheek's every day ; and a scrutinizing
glance cons'ilq:ed the teller that he was
insane, and might be a dangerous (mato-.
mei.. So he asked him if he Was in a
- liiiTry;TayniTiliiitrrfrialie soli WiTiTifolo
'vomit the money. •The strange': said lie
Wasnod j that he had conic on to Mil
wan]: ie to buy t he Detroit and Alilwatiltio
Railroad ; that he had made the pur
chase for $10,000,000, and if they would
tify the cheek it wovld answer all put - -
I.l>es. lie cMitinued to talk eAcitedly
wiNart—what war, going to do with the
midi., whltt 'a great, thing it would
be for Mile until a polieeman, who
had been ,ent, came in. The stran
ger Pim ed to be a Detroit, -gentleman,
who was !:atifering under temporary. in
said! y. lie was pei redly harnils, and
though ho created
something of a gensal ion in the bank for
a few minute.. •
Who is NI NO to death by ladies wi,th.
marriageable clhOgliturs?—The bachelor
\rho is invited to tea and evening par
ties, and told to drop in just when •it is
convenient ?--The bachelor.
Who lives •in clover an his days, and
when he dies has flowers strewn on his
glove by the girls who 'ernihil entr9 .
Who goes to bed early, bemuse time
drag g heavily «iIL Lim ?-TL(., married
Whu"fieta a scolding for picking out
the softest part of the lied, and, for Wak
ing up the jail iu the morning?—The
Who has woi)d to sp)it, and marketing
to s ilo, the- young ones, to wash, mid the
lazy sprvairt atolook after?—The married
Who is' t alcenop for whipping his wife ?
7 -The married man.
\Vho gets divorces ?—The married
No fragment of the army ever received
half sotnany.bullets :IS the Bible no cit
adel, ever received half so many Beiges ;
_Mt rock was ever battered-by-So-many.
hurricanes, and swept by so many storms.
And yet it statubi, It has seen the rise
and downfall of Intniel's four 'empires.
Assyria contributes a few multilafed
urme to niches of the nations' museum.
3Jerlia and Persia, Mai Babylon which
they conquered, have been sweigked in
the balance and found wanting long'age.
Greece faintly survives in its historic.
names. ''titt'living• Greece mono; „
auff the iron dome of tho"diesars is held
in' precarious occupatiou by it feeble
Jind. And yet the book which foretells
all this survives. While, nations', kings,
philosophers, systems, instutions, have
Aleirtiway, the Bible now engages mini s
deepest thoughts, is 'exainined by the
keenest 'intellect, stands revered before
the'highest tribmtals7; is more rend, and
sifted, and debated, more devoutly loved,
•0u<1.2-oore indlistriousiy . translated and
freeiy,glVen to the world; more honored
and abused than any book the world over
saw... It survives all changes, itself-un
phangetl ; it sees all things decay, itself
incorruptible ;.it sees inyrilias of _other
books engulphed by the stream of, time,
yet it is horha :pen till the mystic angol
shall plant his lost, upon. the, Soa,. and
swear that tipe'Artll be ne'tuore.
, . .
. . ,
_ A good real, estatn'specidation is mi
nced in,,thO•Ohio papers. A. man midi
bought' land in. Perry county, in- that
State, a kw years agd for V3OO, ;recently
sold one-half of it . for $4'10,90.0.:". . ',..,' > .! 1
Sirlfelary Buhverrhas sienily complet :
edhds life of Loi;d, Thilmerstoly-
.liittimef F rayloys if biiif!lo first 10ing
pqpuhitrity in'Opyn . mt9r , .. .
•', 4'ilerng . 'fkiurtOlibnv,r 7 tviices
Tours m• 03,1
-Joe . .Tellerslin is tm'gli , c'alenciit forkthe
Confederate Belief Association, while in
;taptrtin Peter E. Falcon, a Bostonian,•
has 'inado the first 'Aploratien . of the"
Chicago lake tunnel in-fliver's•costume; -
Dr. Dallis, of llio Noo• Yo;•Ic B:initdry
Commission, is alioiit Co 'imis'ocilio• di iiY
Ileo,rge-pout.Well, of enmity ;
Pa., has left for gngland lo iveeive
tune of $200,0061. pCopesty has been ,
in,ehancery ;E(1 years..
lllmanitel C. Iteigitri, of Lan ca t r, Pa.,
who.diod last week, aged W, years, first
nothinated the Thin. Thaddeus. Stevens
.Tudge ITayes, or the Supremo Court of
Ohio,has - - resigned, with - the 7 - purpose - of
entering into a law partnership I).
Mrs. liing,(>l . Adrian, Michigan,
baptismal robe; composed ef^linen and
lace, and richly embroidered,' which is
over 200 years old, and has been iisedfior
five generations. ' '
Hon. Win, Coggin, fit:nerly a mem
her..of Congrei froin Virginia, iind can
didate for Co'vernor, iic 1810, died on la 4
The editor of Kentucky paper claims
to have in 1“s possession, the fomaliawlc
winch TeeunisCh threw at Col. Richard
A. Johnson, just before the fatter killed
Aiullie Ileplitan, a dansouse, at the
Memphis Varieties, was married to a
yhung, limp from Mississippi, on Sunday,
and soon after eloped, taking hiqoeket
hunk with $1,500.
MISS Vinne Ream Nitrite 4 to Mr. Clarke,'
architnet of the Capitol, asking him to
use his influence to get her a commi'sson
for the Capitol, as she has oxpendo fiertr
ly all her Amoy in the pursuit of hell std.:
dies,'and may soon he ill need.
Lie . otenant, E. P. Colby, of ehe United
States Army, committed suicide at Jeff
erson, Texas, on the thirty-first ultimo,
by' shooting hiniself tbfong,ll the 'head
with a revolver.' Ile. was a' son of S.
Colby, of the Treasury Department.
Colonel Pitehlyn, the outside delegate
of the Choctaw Indians, insists upon a
and has called upon-the Commissioned. of
Indian affairs to protect the rights of his
paople, under the treaty which prevents
the levying of any revCiiiretax open any
George Curtis thinkti tho
puLlia service in this country is more
Avretebedly performed, and at a higher
price, Milli any private work.
Lucretia Borgia has been white
w-asl'iod" by an Englishman, and another
Englishman attempts to show that PO
cahontaS was a very naughty girl.
Major-E. Moore, of the West Ches
ter Republican, is a'candidate for the of
fice of Appraiser of Customs of Philadel
phia, which was recently resigned by Dr.
SeerettiVy Fish has'botified ladders of
claims ngkinst Mexico; that the same
must 'be', itit.c:nte'd, before the commis
sion, now in session im Washington, on-or
before the thirty-first day of March. •
Rev. - Henry Ward Beecher,' of Ply
month Church, - Brooklyn, on
stated, that he had tried Making visits on
New Vent's day instead of receiving, and
he rather liked it as far as he got, but he
only got a fro• bh,eks from his house, he
visit ed negnaintances. ITe propoSWl
therefore, to adjourn -- New Year's day
until Wednesday neat, when lie would
visit another fraction of his friends.
Mrs. Irwin, a sister of Mrs. SI onem all
,Taelison, has secured a patent for an im
provement in the construction of houses,
which, it is claimed, will create a new era
in architiieta d re. :Nips.. Irwin proposes
six walled Cr liexagonal apart meets which
are not only much liandsoificr, Lnt really
i•lienper than the quadrangular form. A
wall' of 80 feet built in the hexagonal
form encloses a third more space than
the same space of wall I rill i the squar e
form, and airtliese: hexag,anol rooms tit
into each other without loss of space the
gain in the entirt• building is very great.
The use of mica hi spectacles, for pro
tecting the eyes of workmen from the
heat ;bid glare of the ilre, is rapidly com
ing into general fayor, and comple te" masks, ;out evencylinders entirely en
tirely encirelit - the head, are sometimUs
Used for a similar parp'Use when a greater
safeguard is required. Experiments have
lately been made in regard to the man
ufacture of blue spectacles from this ma
terial. The best method of accomplish
ing this has been found to Consist in the
use Of prates of dransparent blue gela.
tine • lixed bet - weon two layers of mica,
thus protected from the action of the
heat. The 'experiment of applying the
blue coloring matter directly to the pair
f,ice of the mica itself, failed fd eims&
gnome of the impossibility of foiming.'a
suitable, combination ; but the gelatine
layer, as indicated, answers all Alio put
The following information, concerning
the crops of Pennsylvania, taken from the
Report °QUI° Commission of Agriculture
for the year 1869, will hp found.interesting
to most of our readers. The differeidclops
and-their--values :ire-giyen -
_lndian Corn, 31:,979,000, busherS.
ber of acres, 913,635.. , Average per acre,
35 bushels. Value per bushel, $1.00: To
tal value $31,979,000:
When!, 15,300,000 bUshehi. Acres,
1,105,312. Average per :Jere, 4.-s bushels.'
Value per bushel, $l.OB. Total' value,
0,588,0001' Acres, 490,818. Avery
age, -13.2. Value per bushel, $1.32. To -
.M4value, $3,656,56b. '
'Oats, 55,108,000 bushels. Adtes,
1,052,302. AVerage, , 37.8.- Valna •pci
bushel, 64 cents: 'Total value, $35,269:
Barky,••=4o,ooo bitshollt.' Acres, '27;-
510. Acrage, 21:4.:Vahtc per
$1.64. Total Vnluo, $067,600. ' ;
. Thealo heat; 8;22 , 40001.)611els: ' Acres,
408;424. 'AT6rage, 16.5: ptii•
Potatoes, 11,84.2,006 Ao'res,
135,081: Average,. 88.: Yalu . ° pei•
buOlel, 83 cents. ' Total value, $11,022,-
H 4; 01.7,080 t'',l)Ottailii. • Aerei. , ';
5,500.; Average, 825.: Table
• B , c9tits. ' Total - Value; $800;380:'
73af, 2;448,000t0tia.' 'Abreii; 1;819,883:'
Average, 1.85.' Value per s •teni ° slo:oo. '
'total value; V10;108;080.. '`. ' • .
Tlio dream whielr - Silaa'Cliebiter, OrNn
York, woro when married , Eugeno
Lythan,:or , Boston,.. the 'oilier day ? ,cost'
0,500 in 'Parisi' ' '
- Cdpl - E - -11, - e - tallr..
voiv,o. NO; 2.
-ate [4at we said ' last vee e it
I , l4Koppe .ease,-,Thiy -
AO:Mum found their, y-,
into thepapers cluiligthe last week aro
as improper publications at this time, as
were those given by die prisoner's friends..
The Courts, andiWit:tH e,;,i - onllii ale,
to decide this case, and all publications
Trdleittlitil 4 11i'lliit ti Ufa atTr:ti it'iiliii . 61)fiik,i';',`
shifiii,w4),l.eio, I ,\ \e bop;,ei ! r \ ve,
11;0 NO 1;14 ' I iNt'llilitelli„
ficnukm SI, Wirt ' :I 111111 0-
SI , IIIIIICI' t Ill• Tit her (1:v:,
§t l v'Vat.t
ion 'Prpiltteeii the'
t,• , ,
II`G(1111, IVIIiCiI ' ' lllitt, ' Ftllllllle ' r • S '
Dame NVIIS no] anseig th9se %rho had
wile Ll. for that, tueaseroo. 'rho. mortillea,
tiim or the Atassaelee;elds—Setint.er - ean;
perhaps, be imagined, but m, 'words
could de!..eribe it.
The pardon report (.1 . Governor Cleary
a.deently submitted to the ,Legislature,.
shows that during the yew• 1869' there
•tt j ere 1,550 applicatiens'made to him-for
-pai•drny-'out of-which lint 62 weie-granted,
This is a smaller number of pardons than
have been issued in any one year, by any
Governor, =since 1791. 'We .commend
this fact to those who are so constantly
pl.ating ahont the abtise of -the par_dcm,
•; During the last three years the public
debt of the State has linen reduced $4,889,-
400.77. It will be remembered, also, that
this has been done without taxing a sin
gle acre of land in. the Commonwealth.
So much for wise legislation and faithful
execution of the laws unden'a Republican
' It is now known V) a certainty that
EdwinM. .Stantkm died it poor man.'
During the year - preceding his death,
and While he was too feeble to engage in
the practice of his profession; he found
it necessary to borrow money to defray
his. expenses, and also to sell a portion of
his law library. Few men have ever
lived who hail so rmint opportnnitiofto
gather wealth by using their official pm
sition for that purpose, as had Mr.
Stanton. liut he never once prostituted
his - power for- his-oNvn benefit, or_ tit
tempted to :enrich himself out of the
necessities of his country._ This fact. re
flects as great credit on his'memory, as
CXOII the great ability with which he
discharged his official duties. It should
forever silence the slanders of those who,,
for years, denounced him ae .selfish, cor
rupt, 'and unzerupulons, and force from
them some confession of his great merits,
acid their oivn baseness.
The Harrisburg Patriot. decidedly the
ablest: - Dennicratic.journal in the State,
in . a review of Governor Oetiry's late
message, speaks thus :
" The annual message of Gov." Geary,
‘Vhich appears in our columns this morn
ing, will be read with great. interest . . On
the whole, it is a - statesmanlike and sen
sible document, and. bin oppon'enis will
'readily overlook some crude suggestions
concerning national polities, in their
warm appreciation of his bold, &atilt „ and
emphatic recommendations in regard
the management of .the State - finances,
We are satisfied' that it will be isagarded,
except,,in. itS discussion of national af
fairs, as a sensible,. 'statesmanlike, and
well written state paper. The. Governor
ims endeavored tp elevate hituself ahem
the murky atmosphere which surrounds
the capitol, and writes, not as a partisan,
but as the chief Magistrate of a great.
Common - Nye:ill •
The above . is a well deserved .. cowpli
inent, and, comimras it does from a
journal which did its utmost to defeat,
the Governor at the recent election, goes
far to prove that the views and poliey of
the Chief Magistrate are sustained and
approved by the people of tim State with
!Alt distinction of party. 'A public officer
can receive no higher compliment than
the endorsement of the people, witliinn
re!liht to party.
'l 4 lw ;dile-and hit erecting report of lion.
J. P. Wickersham, State Superintendent
o r common schools, g ives the following
interesting information concerning the
workings of the system
There are within the-State 1,071 school
districts; 12,000 schools; 2,113
schools ; IVI9O scjieel 4 ilireeturs ; 70 'su
perintendents ;•1 7,102 teachers, and 015;-
75:3 pupils. The :1 VC ra 0 cost of tuition
for each pupil is 97 cents per 'month.
The whole cost of tuition foT the year is
0,500,71_11.20. Total cost, including ex
penditures of all kinds during the year,
$0,980,118.92. Estimated value of seho'ol
The condition of the. normal school's
throughout . ; the Rao is very gratifying.'
Tho Whole number ,of .studeuts that have'
attended tho farm normal; schools is
10,237, of whom 321 have graduate]. 'Du
ring the past year there Were in these in ,
stitutiona 75 tea:chars and 4,178 students:
Within the last year a State normal
school has been established and .recog
nized at I3looinOmrg, ColuMbia county,
and aubther is in a state ;preparation
at California, Washington county, which
doubtless.will Lo, completed quring, tin
yresent, year. The following-figures show
thetggregatos t or. the, all
schools througlibitt the State:?
Attending the public scbbols, '815,753
.Attending private schools,. 86,000
Not attending schools of any kind, „75,900
Whole numbiir of ehildee, '975;753
Congress met on-gooday, after their
usual' holiday vacation, and proceeded,
actively to , business. vevy : e ? itc4l,fn g
debate Leek phico in,both,l)ionscs
bill, for the adinission, of Virginia. 9n:
this fpliestion there' - aiMears.tohe consid,
,division aniong . onr friends,,ao:
it,is by no means certalii what the final
action on thoOhjOkMay„be. .We trust?,
.hoWover; that it May result in the rest°,
ration of that.t3tato tn . its, place,
Union anlneen as ean :be CTISIBM
911tir with the •p of - 90:rightn,of
all 'her citizens, •
It is rumored that Andrew
'resigning. coin inhision ' and .rettirning
to the United States; ,, B hould so,
h~ will not-fail •to receive' the iittentiien
hero which. hie Servicen: have panda
deseeyink. •' , . ,
•hir.iTitokoy, of thO'Lninnostor-Distriot,
hitrodoced , nn. act ,i'.l l. oxomp't - Woven
nod gnrdonfirs 'from loving a broknOn tdx
bu thn snlo of thoit.pioduoin. •, Thin
right gild wo hopo thn - act may be panned
Spnodily. .'" '0! •
Governor lloffmam.pf- Now York, re
commends the paytnent Rf,theifiteresp,on
Oflio deraandAlthat? ks
sh ko paid iggoldf:4l"esalfs Wiat i
goylitrunktt-is-asi4uch , botmd...puhtst
legattenaiw„notettfaktahodse s 'lnitnitat
ho is " for paying both in full and against
the repudiation of any portion of either."
To all of which there is no objcction.
'2,i,/n4A5(e., 'the, OktYo4lpr 01'014. bayed
credit for the goodanehr eursalon r Of
theevil it prevents,
even if the
,in'othre , which .1)3'9 . 1190 the
Utterance of it be that of, winning the
Popular 'ear by' 'a PretOntieluS:Ptiradd of''
honesty Btit slinaid tiof ]nave 'the
credit l'o'rnxhlbiting any Surprisingstates- .
merely announcing Wlnft, is
and liftS' been the determination 'Cif 'Re
'Stathinneif the time the,
•first''Geterninent baud or - legal' tondo
note was issued; and What has 'been pro...
claimed illy than every time the fiefineial
quest v ad. been' iliscnsSed.';' 'When ho
Owes Jo.disditss the' raafther_ in_ which.
this'clesirrililli result is thhe'httained, he
does itsimplSr by flea to the war
cry of the Deinoeracy;,,"l Protest 'against
the:financial policy of the adininistra-
Lim' Tie'-has .fOund it printout to its-'
snino tl int the Government obligations,
should be paid In gold, Whiell is simply .
what his' opponents always hold to be
• l'ilif'ttOftling,T but he - takes geed:care not
to make „any suggestionstis to the man
nerin which : that feat can. be accent
pliidiedVpither immediately or remotely.
If lip had etilightened the people on this
important . matter, the diflicnity - about
paying the interest on his State bonds
would have vanished, for we suspect it
Wouldn't make much difference to the
holders, if specie payments were resumed,.
whether it wertr•paid. in gold or green
But with Governor Hoffman and his
financial theories and generalities'' we'
,have nothing. „to, is a, possible
candillate' for the next Presidency, and
as such the journals of his party. hold
,In-surwisingly WO esteem. ;Ills
utterances have an iiiimfAttion, for thorn.
They circulate them for the purpose,of
showing a degenerate world how hnmac
ulately pure is the party to which they
and ho belong. At present they are
hoidirig up his platitudes on finance to
show that tho Democracy are the only
guardians of our national honor and
credit, and that the Republican party,
rank and file, are repudiators and scoun
drels, naturally and essentially. The im
pilcnce of tlds assertion is astounding.
- - Prolific as has been the Democracy all
-political crimes, its gr,ffittest sin has been
against the financial credit and honor or,
'the country. We leave out of view now
the great fact that it organized out of its
resources its own members and leaders,
and supplied with every element' Of
'Strength the rebellion that brought debt
and financial tronble on the nation ; and
take, - for the sake of the argument, the
parties as they stood after the war had
reached its height and the bulk of the
debt had accumulated._ 'Where i, there
a single party record that pointed at all
in the direction of our credit. The Gov
ernment,-while called Upon to .oinisli
money beyond all possible revenue, au
thorized the - issue Of the legal tenders..
The. Democracy spurned them. But for
the clauSe in the act forcing them' to le
reeeired, not a 9emocrat in the land
would have taken them at their race
value, or at all. And so, incensed wore
they at the' legislation that -prevented
them frein, locking the wheels of Govern
• moat iftt • they- allowed no' possible
means to escape to prevent the circula
tion and impair the value of these obliga
tions of the Government. In Pennsylva.
Ma a partizan judiciary nearly gave
-Item Ihe means of effectually destroying"
hid credit of the Government by pro
nouncing the legal tender act uneonsti
intional. Ilia for the factious, dishonest;
miremonable, and semi,treasonable ef
forts of the Democratic party to impair
the credit of the Government, there never
would l l ikve been a serious and hurtful
depreciation' of, the currency or those
(outitless evils that have followed in its
We might follow their course throngly
the administration of Andrew Johnson,
`and show IMw by their corrupt interfer
encd:Willt the collection of the revenne,
the h anding dyer of large amounts of
property to unreconstructed rebels, the
fm't ions resistance to ;DM iceonstree,tioa .
of the rebel States, and their systematic
(Alerts to-produce 'national ruin in order
that the people might take hold of them'
as the less of two evilsand reinstate thole
in power, and show how their evil prac
tices rendered resumption impossible - aft
long as they controlled the 1.7 xecutive at
nashington, but it is unnecessary. The
Democratic politicians who force the ar
gument of the Ilnancialtmestion only open
the record of their own dishonesty and'
'Stupidity. But for them no debt would
now paralyze the energies of the coun
try. But for their dishonesty and short
sighted political ventures the promises of
the Government would never have 'been
depreciated, and no questions.of nestunp..
tion would have vexed and distresSed the
: Governor Bowie, of Maryland, has re •
cenq delivered himself of a message,
the remarkable feature of Which is ,a de
inand for the payment, by the general
Glivermeent, Of the kiss sustained by the
Marylanders, b' the emanCipation of
_slaves. Thia is ' somewhat cool
The Legislatme of that State paSsed the
•abt of emancipation of tlteir own *Alen,
anti now ther-GOvernor claims they aluntiti:,
be paid for their losses-in consequence of
it. This will hardly be lone, we imagine.
I kis a wonder; however, that the
nor' is so Modest his demands. A.
_..trinher, , of Marylanders •,'Wers,
While in the rebebservice, by our',
kddiers, and it is strange that the.Stato
puts in no claim foetheir leas. 1," con.
sideraide itmount'of money,was lost .by
the Ihiltiniere'ear;italiste, by investing hr.
.omi : federate. bonds and currency, , for
Which et... r ill - mils:Won might be demanded
With' qiiite 'as The
crushing of the tebeilion yras also, 'Very
serious damage' to the political fortunes•
pf the old SCliool 'proSlavery, poli'tioiatut
of•Marihnul, for Which they mightb'q•in
duced to take 'soint yeenniary teeom
peilse. if they intend making demands
for daniages On ttactutit'bf 'the lois 'from
mantincittod.by their Crivnlegisla-:
tion,' they Mightt' an well olhim foe, all
other losses, redi Andiniaginary':' There ,
Bowie's moclorit duniaiule'will lie beedda,
at least until tri.o.Deamoraoymeme into
•PoWor,., ..Ifrthis should happen, ho might,
suc.Ceed. Thh. , : eMitingenci, is too 7 .r0-,
mote to risk much on.„. • ..•• • •'•
• A fitcamboat:ris building nt
town', IlUnols to ply. on' tlX:t3ll,ngamofi
orbkltiOng out tips
lurid Tlib , Oitft 20 feet •IninlP
anclllls feet 'long, mhOls, 6 0114
Nyliop , complotlia4lllto 'wag
At the annual communication of UM , .
Grand Lodge . of Pennsylvania, A. Y. M.,
Robert,A. Thomas,csA., "walr l appointes.l
District; NPAti Graitl; Master of*:'.pis
-13 d' ; Of
trict ,co jmige the contitiett of
At tlreiregiilaiiimeefh'sig of
: 1 0L - T,Pti34ll - 1. Rl , ll Thkas,
was appointed DiatricG G}ranct 11. Y'., or'
the - same counties. Mr. Thomas is , •
resident of Mechanicsburg, and has been
co to oripcteil< ithr.Cituid; 141( . 1gc!, and
'Grin& 'Cliapte`i, in an Othid Caeipacity,
`fOrtiOVothryears 4 : ---
- - .
,-• 'Ay \'
The Postmaster General Las entered
FLA() a 'Contract with Williamsf & Guion, o f ,
clia;'yirig of the 'Euro...
I)einii mails. i i hesteamers of the new .
iaail 'lilies leave Wednesday of' every
*eel, and Make the trip to Liverpool in
I . l.days. • • •A
malarles of government Officers in
,the li Ole Statti i'liirclia'rirdlarger than
in Stale east 6f . the Rocky .
lieuntains: The t4Overeor gets $0;000 and
his daWria in all $24;000, 'itbd thd Legis
latard' ssoo' per annum*, or allss3•King 40
days 'WIN! r:ession, 412.50 leif-adY• •
A 'young wife' of 17, in Chicago, has .
got t a divorce: 51ic niar'ried a fellow who
said he had
~$230,000, when he Yiad lit a
cent., 'Besides that he iiinched her'.
IIAtTPN—IIALMEIL—On the twenty third
Mon, In Meehattleeburg, by Ito, •Jatt Ault; Mr
Wlllltkeu 11. Iliirtoz, of llorntwr, 111., to 31r.4. Teresa
Manua., Ilegollown, Ma:
pIL3IOII.E—SPONSWSR.—On tho fourth ft: stunt,
by the same, 61r. 'Jarnen A. Gilinorgor Denville;
Montour county, to Alien Anne M. Spoonler, of Me-,
clout Iceberg. •
WEAICLEY-811ELLABItliGER --On the ally
Meth ultimo, by ROY. James B. Wpodhurn, at the
bride'e borer, near 11°1114 Roar. Mr. mann , . C.
Wenkley, of Dick tomct, to Mtrit Annio-R.
bat ger, of Went PBl2llPborough torrnehip.
STONER—FRT.—On Tburallay, the twenty•third
, ultimo, Rer..7. A. Alertly, thr. , Finuklin etuner,
to Mire Catharine Fry, of Mount hock.
ItEDDINO—OLIVEII.-011 Decumher. 30, 16130,
tho futhht. lo SmithNillo
Ohio, by tho llov. 0. a Volta, No. E. IV. Iteddinu
fortperly of CArlirl., to 3118.1 Jounle, daughter of th
Rey. William 11. Oliver, of the ahem, pluce.
111AVitItSTICK:VB./INTZ The Oak u," non
Baltimore, on Tuoaday mating, January 4, by Rev
Churles 31rElfr'ea1t, Cantoln L. M;lleveratb•k. Hallo
bock Mond, 'lllinois, 6iriun, marl Emma, daughter o
311,SON11E131E1t —On VI iday morning, Jsmunry
7, or ,rno.t fever, Bottle J., daughter of J. 31.aucl
31. -11. i'llanonimimer, -ageJ three yenvi and riallt
CARLISLE PRODIZOE MARKET
.I' mIIy Flour...
RED d 0....
RYE .. ... ...• .•
Grueral• 'Produce, Market.
Jeuihar,) 15, 167 V.
CO , r•ded Weekly by - Willigh Was/mood
INBACON SHOULDERS, 10
95 BACON SIDES, 111
IS WHITE BEANS 2 50
1 PARED PEACIIES, 20
UNPASED L'EACII ES 38
DUI En APPLES, pez .11)0)
A full ,tork of Notlonp of all Minix. A largo lin
of Children's !aroma' And Ladies Wpnited and Merin ,
Irma, at greatly redneed, lone. -Alerelunit4 will d
w(.11 loy callag to pre,for tli\tnfelve, nt •
Nn.ll: Polak,nanny, Stroot,
Intl e. 1M
LAMPS AND GLASSWARE
Again away iiiiwii In Tn.lee+ We would roll flo at
tentliin of fin Op. largo reduction In 'irk.n
block of mono goody Hod we °fleeing. Coal
Oil of anent gunlity only, nod in ' , Hind 6•: role. iilrered
al lowent, prieeo.
Still another re lorroo in price a tali.
Philrolelphla Slo.oo n.•llx of (tupelo", ate, of
pler4, iixeltot op free, and delivered at, mu wont• a
Fame I tire.
,CI I 1,, Pi
THE ONLY RET,IABLE CURE, FOR
DYSPEPSIA KNONVN IN THE
:Dc . IVIRII.IIII'S (I.`al A n0.t.11,111/3apopalit Pihia al
Me Tree Tar Cordial 414. paritivt •
cunt for IlyapCiada /fa att , +t aggrnvoltal Solo, 4:1.1
no niallnr of how long
They penetrate the eonet Rhode er 1111 , to rird,
ilhewee, and exturnOnate if r ot,l}nd brant.huferever
Theyalloviale lacterag ail 14 - ihnis
langur All tell.
They are mat,' for raring 11a. newt ihmueialt• mei
hopeleas eases, wit.lll Peary kuuau tow.en fail' to 11 , -
ford relict •
No form of liymophlo or imlige..tioo on, I‘,ll.
thefr pro. (rollog pow,
Dn. 'WnintAltr's Pine Tree Tor Cord nl. it it tp•
yithr prinelpla of"t he Pia . T. ee, d 10 ape
collar prowess In the distillation r itie tor, by :51.14 11
Ile higheas medical properties oar idialuvil
•ointot t Lit (throats e orttits and me onvti tt s e op et pis.
It strength°ns the debilitated eystoto., Il I e, hire
and enrlehro the blood, nod exi 'lt from 111 x stein
the corsuptitin N11111:11 arrofuL,,hrordn lungs.
It dissolve. the Mures or phlrguy, hid. stop. the 'air
passage. of the lungs. Its healing ptinelpl.. act.
Upon the it rita.ed stirfael, of the lungs and throat,
Penetratin to each dbleamel part, relleviog pain and
subduing Damnation. It is the rtsitel of yeato of
!Andy and experiment, and It to offered .to the till feted
with poottlea aesurance of Its tower to.eare fol.
hAvink disease., If - tlie potleot tine not too long de,
toyed n retort to the riUlstni ; sir erica C01,111111111i1.11 of
the :Lunge, Cough, Fore Tim, it on I ll,n
Liver Coropittint,. Band r and Weeding Pileo
A sihmaoVhoopi tv Cough, piptSerla,
41. „medical expe - r', Lolling hnOrable
Diplomas, elei . otes hie mitre timo to the Mtatninot inn
of patient. at the oilier, parlor's 'Assoc:Wed/Id It
ithWarn' three cansultinglphysielans of neknowledgid
eminence, se h nse serrieel urn given to the, piddle; free
,This'opportnnity hi t;ffer r trol by no otherlttstitntiMt
In the• country. , '
.Letters frnm nay part of the conntry, ail, lag ad-
Tice, xlll he promptly and gWoqueslY ret ondod to
c , oll;eitlent, remittances should tarn the ohm.
of Drafts or•Poot Offleti orders. — •
Price of •Illebnrt'e AmorlennAynpopnin 99:15, $1 n
box. • qtnt by mall onxecolpt of price: • '.
Price of Wlnhnren Pine Tre . n Tnr Cordioi, $1.50
bottle, or per doron. Font by oxprem" '
All cottiintinicnt inns should be addioaand
. • L. QC: WltiltAlti', M. D , '
No. 2:,12 Norio decond Aced,
22oct • arn'
It gives tnn pitmure to cutilq,that Mr. Befioets'a
CDRDLIL IO my (Tinian la purply vegetable
n Its conetituflon, , and an excel len toule o 'Lein
harmlelia hi its' character, and nut bulvg,an alcol(olta
:EU; ET00 . 1% TON, .1(1. D.
$ , ,•,,
A.B-Z $ • .
;- AILCOOKiiS-POllOl/8 -PLERS,
43ce'ibi atop this commodity line attained its unpro
rodeaed•lituin.'Tlinike Wnireilialiy approved. They
irepport,. etre mrtiien, and 'aid' tlid frti-th of 'Monies
7114 uptitatt to have n peculiar client upon tho nerves,
njlnjlug Irrltahipty; wliliesupplyidf warmth.' ..They
norm to necumulatociectricity, and Id thecirculation
of tho •;Parl :whore applied, by
which healthy antione • nra Painted; '
• , Bran in pi . ..Alyea, whore articulation-wariatoppend- ,
nd, the two of theiliriroun riarinia to the 'pin° restored
the infield/Won, and ninteriatiy reduced tho Parelyebt.
the patient' deuld before
tip Poroda.rlaster.wan 'wan 'ou helpless an
stLl>i. WITDO(O1 - 7. te. , M00.-Botty:
'Bold by all Ilrog e ito, 4gency; prondroth Itonee,
• . • 243ti01m
'Ennoith or kotrrii.
• !, 458 ottoth oh .01'6 :stfhied fbi;yinifidot Nervostio .
Debility; romatrire, iDocay, ;cold tho brfooto "of
,yggt . hthl crptloo, IyAll,for4ho,a,oko of sp,llOring
sol.41:1Poo , t.o:0111 , who .tpo4,lt4ho rpcelpt .
'for 'thoiclOr'ilia eholvid . o , lch ho moo
'Odrcitt., o autforori ilotilrigto'ptoflt 't.Voloroorils.
or's ,expiniehco :cou'do so I.4!.eiddrobelog,ln Ortoot
crinthiooco; ,JOUN D.,Q9DANi -
! • . $0.42 00o,r St,
Niy7.llo4y: • " I " •
4.g : OU-NDINsa—REITELATIONS,--
Tao selentiffe publications aro . in the field sgainst ..
thilutir dyes of which lead fa the binds.. Thei.Now
Y4frk Medical Onzotteanal Tho" Journal otrwnle.
try" bitterly dennutico_them. Yet tlao hair may be
safely dyed. Ifatveynit seen Prof.• Chilton's teetb
deny, founded on a caleful analysis, and eertertng
th 4. Clarlstadoro's,ikienlelor Dye in not only adlrst
class nrliclo - for offinfgliag color of ti)Oralicbalf
Clarielnitoro's lint'. Preservative, non Dressing, nets
like a charm on Hannah. after Dyeing. Try
WEAK BACK, PAINS OF THE SIDE,
And nhont: iho -Ithinoyn, me rollerotl nt - onco by the
niipllention or ono of Allrock'n Porbus Plo.!tore.
~. , ~
,"Oninfitnivn, Ala., Nr, 27, 1868.
Mete gra.llios. Aycock & CO.: Awing an eltenslye
Ina ctic of tell yrnra I hum; teen a frequent witnesa
or ille'm'agit'al citiallei4 ',if yon Pbroott Planters. i
den certify that they aro nll you clam for thorn. • •
Fr. Myer. of F..voonob, On.. nays they are the best
Webs:tiesl supporters for wrak muscles m'er dts
eoyertd ; that by their worming properties thf2y bring
poiver and health, until tie, strength of the lIIIINCICH
are entirely restored; that ho knows n
Alleock's Plasters cured n gentleman of n:vealcopinel
that he dolly presriihtx thew. In his practice, with
the happiest results, Cjan7o-.lm
CARRIAGMS AND BUGGIES
• • NO HUMBUG!!
- i on now 'totting up the longed lot of work ovUr
niacin In Carla;le, and ant preparing fur another male
in April next.
Call at 1110 nllOll and cantata° 00 Wad( blicoro it in
finlellonl, no llunt y9ll fumy hp Mtl ' ilatlnd that I inn 0 null,•
log lad am BEST 3IATERIA IA of null klunlF.
_Every tifyle of .
CARRIAGES, lICGOIES, SPRING WAGONS,..,Ite
ready mod, or tondo to order. All new work goaran
haying tenn . ancriaoful fur four yearn, T hope by
rtrict attention to bualucEs to lutrit it eolith:mimeo of
patronage. -- -
Do not forgot the glare, nor. Pitt and Routh stroota,
A. It. SIIERX.
lIRISTMAS SEASON AT "SOUTII END,'! CAR
We have Just rq?eivod a largo lot of finest quality
Glassware, comprising several of the latent and mtiat
popular- patterns. Wo Intro very.grently reduced the . ,
prices, wholesale and retail throughout, of both
Glassware end Qnoonswarc, and aro .now offering
complete Tea and Dinner Setts, combined, cot»prining .
neatly 100 pierce, at the unprocedeut ed tries of $lO,
which netts aro stroller In quality to the Philadelphia
$lO-Dinner Setts that contain no Tea warn We have
also on hand a fultlind of Groceries, Tobaccos, Fish,
Salt, Oils, Ar., at exceedingly low rates, Lath whole.
Belo and retail. Phraso c , Oll and ore and be convinced.
Dec. 23, 1600. W3I. 11131 . 11 4, SON.
S.—Another ear had Coal Oil just received and
for sale at quite low rates.
'"At lost the people have got the Inct. "through_
their hair,' that hair dyes Intp‘reapiated with notate
of tied, and other metwilita, snits . , nye. murderous
prepnrntious. When they era the niCdallic sediment
at the bottom of the bottler, they ltnew that the die
gutting stuff is literally thickened with poison.
They nab, therefore, fur a harmless vegetable dye
.unnd jt_pure and offiescions, in Cristadot Ws fix
tensor Chilton's guarantee that it contains "nothing
Cristadoro'n Hair Preservative as a Dreaming, nett,
like n eliarekon the hair after ,Iyidng. 'fry il.
The great value eopelsta lu tilts .They may he
need so long as any die nose affect. any of the organs
of the Lady ; and.hy this!, persevering In their 1180
010 . 111.35 e sill Le rim", and -the Lody moored. to
hosltb; free from every 014 and impurity. 'their
reputation proves their merit.
Thomas Smith Coroner bird .71,11, of the Pencr
'llostinge.rti.thodludAon. not a Brand rellOt Pips cured
him of flppopsin rind Ireallhorn, %Ilion every other
modirino hod foiled to I fliflVO hint. tirkote dotrd
Pr Joroer, of S iesonuL, Georgia, Rays he him; for
nearly f,rty yearn, rerinotarniten
its a Rpeeihe In yellow foyer; that tin inner knelt It
patient to din who tonk.thein for Ibis mainly, being
otheiwine found. Their prompt ono hikes out of tire
boilyithoso mattera a hich Gra tho hit/Oily of the
diimon. AR n general faintly medicine, ho Fought. ru
them for in adr once of nit othern, and here tin
veldts from i ertonal expel icura of tlarir qualitien.
gr-ISEAttN11: 1 11, 111.1NMN ICES and
Itttaked \Vint a./ utwont nucesas, by J. Plates, M.
D., nod PI ult.syOrt,f Dian., of the Lye and Ear (his'
speciality , in I! .11alical cony!, of Psalm/icor/7a, 12
pcarscs.aperistrs, - ( tors/surly la.ydrni'llollantl:) , Nor
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at Ito...lnce. 1' w,dical faculty ate invited to as
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A, ,ii,!•pow int el Ltd nlthnot pain Vo
cii41.4.• for "%awl ..stlon.
loly IA 11
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it, I.r I.lolnirol, fm
lb,. am I' 01 eliohita, diari lona, dysentery, riinup antic,
m:,l Liken Internally—(lt in y
liiirodra, ,1 Illkth n mpntq brig' timid, hotly.) and
ON fo;iihr a it rhrionniliini.brailitilia'.
oat, ilia, burns,. oarallitigoi
rib nit tin I I; it, oldtor. 4, pain, In limbo, h di. and
I I Tlio V. ovum Ur. 'int/ oduved lu
I', and no hn ha, ohm! it Lilt VOllllant. to do
umuy steding, if it was ten !Dinars n bottle they
11,111101( 1.0 Withollt. It 111./.1111111 0' certificates
ci leis. eu nt he dep speakii gof Its wonderful
eurst proper len. Price, Fifty Celllll nod One
Sold by the Druggists and Storekeepers
thioughout Din United Slates; Depot, la Durk Miro
Nu* liirk2MA In
TO OWNERS OF HORSES AND
To'.ln.' burl y Conditlon Powders are warrants
nap • elhe to any °the's, Cr ply for the cure of Dlo
Lone ei Worms, 11 tn. Coughs, hide-bound, Colds, &co
In llor.en; ouel Colds, Unnuns, Lox, Milk, Illaelk
tong Horn IL dumper, sac , h, Cat Co. They ore
tort city sof • and .1121U4: ;nu ne.al ask - vying the
1101 kill of y or' animals. They I, crease Ills appetite
gya n tins coot cleanse the el °mach and urinary or
gal ; ion 11.141 . "1010 1110 milk of col , a. Try them end
'you nelll never he without them. Thu Into Illram
Wouthulf, tele' rutted trainee f trotting hero a, used
then, foT 3 ear.. Col. PLIId P. Push, it the Jerome
Have thorn, N. Y., would not WO thein
until Ito was told of n hat 11,1 are rumps seJ,
which be Is nen' r nithout them. Ile. has over twenty
VllllllOO 111414 f 4,111 Ilia , IWO', ,1110 L r the loot three
years hainuvrd no ether niediukte for them. Ile lies
kindly permitted mn t, refer any one to Mtn. Over
1,000 other referee°ee can he asenett the Depot:
' 1001,1 hy . pruggists and Saddlers. Flee 25 centsyt r
b0x,•1 4 1 , 0t In Pa k.Plnce,.New Yo)k. 111100-11 n
JACOB FCIII,EIV.—DeaI Mr: bhoro boon otllletod
for the beat ten yearn with the Ithentontlato and
pout. Your hitter, woe it..lntended to me. I
hare need It, and I urn glad to ea:: It has effected
perfect euro Iu OICYUCAShOrt..II4OII..„%IOIIrOrO I 're.
commend It to all persons ofilleted with the same
'dleogeots. 1 ootielder It tho boat Curo.lu use for any .
dleanso tho human body le aulpet o .l to.
ShO Adrorthd,r, having boon rortorod to herd
in n taw winks, by n very iimplo rowdy, aftorllnT
leg Barrrnd novornlyoars with a auras lung offso
-V of and (lint dread disonmeonsuroptirn 1s anxious
to make • known to his fellow•rodierorr iho meant o
To iII 'wtio tiobiro It, ho will nend n copy of the
premerlption used (Oven( iliorgo); with tho direction
for preparing nod tieing the mune which . they will
find a SURE CURE POE CONSUMPTION, AETlllilAr
BRONCHITIS, etc. The'obJect of. thendrortiner to
'mnding- the Proecriptiotrie to Lomeli, the. of
and *rend information which lio\coneeiron to to in
viiitlablo; end he, lippes,eyery. inifforor,wlll try hie
renteily,net coct i thern—netiduic-eitittmay_ptcqe
blettling, ' ' : •
ratline wizthing tho •prencription will yronso
BEY. EDWARD A. WILSON
Wilifatunburg, Binge County Now York.
• -Lint of- iiiielaimed lettern reinttining in
11M postoffide'at - Carlisle, Pa.,. for tlio
week ending Jartudry_.l4,SB7o. ;
Ileidlor, Mrs Ildrgeret .. .1 Ginger, 19 AV • ,
Brown; Mrs Jennine ~, Phu!, Joseph • .
Anse Llasle itesmtner, George • '
Comm - inn,. William Stone, Dental ,
Cooler; elisoiMary 'A' 'Smier,Juhn
Chapman, Aired - . Bharren,Wlllfomg r
Dllloli Samuel Moron., P D
;Dunce Mho Mar th a , , Phugherr,„l9
Nolen,Jenne BM:wham a, Georgo
Foley, Janina, W , r , n
UMW, 11 NV • • 14M1111,,Bliss Ids
Ornhari d Pon, II "Tripner,AV A • „„'„,
Garver. Miss Sarah-. • .Thompeon, Mr. Einffna •
91Micher; Mrs 90"•., Tailor; Victoria
Garman, 1111se Witter, . •• '
Kern,, Andrew , Weary, smuel - •
Ludwielr,)}llilablaygloY, oWnlter, Willlini
Mounts: Alin Amanda Ward, Mirk'. -
Martini Bira . ' Nyasa
mime, hire Margaret Woods, hire M. •
illaitheni, Wiliam' 11 Nini A
Naugle, Afro,Slargaretin Annie ,
Pgaininger, Martha L ZelgleroJ •
A. It; IttlEt3l,
-TITEr---GOOM- IVILL7,IIOSE7':,COII: ;
PA NY would ienpoctfully )inounco 'to ,tho cit.•
Nunn of Car:hdo and thst Intend
!Indicating cur NEW 119 US It, on Iloinwiiqa ot,ltyn •.
. . FES I IYA L,
'4onunonelnigittnnloy; Jnnltary 20„1870. o would
:oaknontly fogneot nil Won& of dm Ilrem6n to toslat
In maklnktin, untorilline n Riteeepx. ; •
-- Auy - cotitribut:moc - no3ni t tt or "hnw trldhigi, Will he
bg•stay member 01 Oho colnpany,
Among tho tunny ortlclos to ho drawn nro •
A LADIES' GOLD WATCH
FIRST CLASS SE,WING MACHINE,
RAO CARPET, • • 'OIIINA SETT,
We tronitl roll npeelitl Attention to lliateCtllnt,in
addition en tho Itntlvnl In OUT min ball, we Intend
holding on tiny Hrnt floor, nu,
FANCY WORK, and AIISCELLAsmus . A RTICLES,
to which nil are requested to contribute. Any per.
son haling articles which will add interest to this
department of the fair, who will iiiention the same
to any itteniber'of the compnik n ill he waited upon
by'n committee, who will give u wrlticii guarantee
for the sale return of one artiele'exhibited, together
with a Hessen ticket for the fair
'OTICE LS HEREBY GIVEN, that
n meeting of - ilia Cumberland County Air+
cultural Sudety_ wiil ho trill 1 . ,1 the Arbitration
Chaplin,. in the Court Rome, nt Carl lain, Pa., oo
Tanday. February 1, 1870, at 11 o'clock hi - the fore
noon A full attend/Ince hi re.pii.ei 04.. fly order of
the Society. LinYlB F. LYNE,
lilla oil! Secretary.
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anti vegetable mflture, and how to make them pay,
giving general and specific directional from pinoting
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CONISINNUINU JANUARY 12, AND C4iNSINtINO
uNnt glti LN EIRE STOCK p3'cLo,Eit tytl3 t
FALL AND WINTER GOODS,
DNLA IN '
CASSINI NAPS '
• 'FURS, t0.,1
NOTIONS OF ALL KINDS,
26. Patterns Fancy Mks, of all Shades
WILL'DIt SOLD WITHOUT ItEHßltylti:
HAit(lAllro•'TirAT WILT; 141 GI
AT THEFT. P. 0,10.
,AT AUC I TOI4 PEICI:I9, AT tliiT ATE SALE;
u nail tho'Auctfon volotitoncoo.
' January 1:2, day anii algal: 11, night; 14 alter:
noon; IG, day and night; 17, night; 18, day and
aI ; 19, day and ulght ; 20, light. • •
w. C. SAWYER, &
T IST OF SAX4ES• called by N. if.:
LAtirtitnicer ; ' " " "
J00.,11. Parniiel Kenyouf,dorod. Dlckluton•lwp.• •
72.t0 23: 11" C. Sawyer A Co., Carlisio, Pa. '•
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.2. A. Bradley, deed, South' Middleton twp,.,
7 l'itneen Fisk, Upunt 11,o11y6prfn41 4 , , . •
• " • R. X. 0. Coore,r, Penridwp.
, u, Jord i t , Matt, parliells,;Pa.
•rlO, JOh Scbmoll, Assigneo of James Thomas,
• ISouth.lllddleton'tatinslilp. • •
" .11. John Booteru. Assignoa of Jos,Green,South
.Middleton township: ' '
" • 12. Jos. licinrainger. South Middleturi twp. ,
0 11; Noah Cookley, Pennlop. " •
" 15. 1 lisp, Spangler, Dicirinson 4 1 11 0- •-•
4n. Smuiml Bun., Dicklinon top.
• , .11. • 7wt...llartuutn.Sonth Middleton twp. — '• •
'lB Leri'Qntshall.; South :Middleton tap.;
" 10: AlllePcireen, - Potin ' -
21. Johu.Poung, Dickinson. ;
22. Jai: Psffey, South Illiddleion tny. •
• " 23. 'Daniel Shook, Dickinson.
— 24. Jacob Black, Dickinson. -
" 25 : John Shambatigh, Itakonar's Gap Road
" • 2d. Jame Benyou, Dickinson. • ,
" 2s. John Johns:South Middleton twp. . . •
Ater. 1. jJoeo Zolglerddlddlosex., ..• • .
•••• .B.soh Bcht.pp, South
. 0 0. Hernial Wherry, dlddlosox. ; , •
4. , Curtis ,Nishburn, Ponn twin - , •
6. Benjamin Lbeliard, L ickinson.
0 Jur., D:Slloatter, , Dicklneon: !•
" R. Jacob Plank, Geuth Middlaton top, •
! 0. Moses Wetzel, Carlisle, Pe. • •
10, About. Optic Dickinson. . . .., •
" 11: John D. Myers, 'West Ponnsboro. .
0 12. AVllsonehupp, South Middleton Iwp.
" 14. Curtin Fiehburn , POWS. •
" 10. Jno. A. Pager, Dicklbsoh:
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.4 Tr, JorneiLltnNyanu twp.