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CAI I,ISLE, FEBRUARY 8, 1870
Revivals g eroli g ionaro still in progress
in several of our. churches. At the First
Methodist church quite a number have
been converted ; while the interest in the
services continues unabated. Rev. Mr.
Pardon, the pastor, has cause to con
gratulate inn - licit' that his effolts have
been the cause of so much good.
. Gen. Sharpe, brother in law of Presi
dent Grant, was in town on Tuesday.
Ile came to attend the funeral of his
mother, near Newville.
We heard a party of gentleman sing
ing "Shoo fly, don't bolder me," with
a vast deal of effect the other evening.
During the progress 'of the fire on
Saturday night some miscreant amused
himself in cutting the hose of the Union,
Cumberland, and Barracks flue compa
nies.• Hereafter strict watch will be.
kept, and should the parties be detected,
they will be given the beticflt, of the law.
Gen. Hatch, commander at the Garri
son, deserves the thanks of the citizens
of the borough for his promptness in
ordering tho fire' apparatus at that place,
to the tire on Saturday might. The men
attached to theirflre department worked
with a will, and, in connection with our
11 - rbinen, prevented a large conflagration.
We were shown a beautiful specimen
of Malacca, (a species of reed,)
now in the possession of M.
C. Herman, esn., which was presented
to him a few days ago by H. Longimecicor•,
of this county. , It was procured by
Lieut. Longnecicer, U. S. • Navy, at
Singapore, whilst on his Into cruise in'
llon. M. 11. Boyce, of Wisconsin, who
has been successful in breaking down
the gibbets of the great northwest, will
luldress.the.citizens of Carlisle, 'on Fri
t — day evening, February 11, at the Court
House. Lecture free, and both laditis
and gentlemen are cordially invited to
• - The Grand Lodge of Knights of Pythias
, of Pennsylvania, met at Philadelpliirr, -
last week. It Was composed of 1,657
members, all passed officers. Out of
this number, one representative from
each Lodge is elected. The receipts of
the Grand Lodge during the past six
months amounted to $l9, ()di) ; expendi
tures, $12,000. There arc 234 Lodges in
this State, and applications have been
made for 15 more. The following ofli
- CC I'S were elected : Grand Chancellor,
Philip Lo . wry, jr. ;- Grand Banker; Wm.-
T. Rose ; Grand 'Recording Scribe, W.
Blancbois ; Grand -Inner Steward, James
B. Williams ;, Grand Outer Steward, H.
Strockbine ; Representatives to Supreme
Lodge, John P. Linton, Philip Lowry,
Grand Lodge, William A. Porter, I: C.
Becker, F. Coppes.
- Lieut. E. B. Itheem,
S. Infantry, has been assigned to duty at
Carlisle Barracks, awaiting orders to his
regiment im _Arizona.
S. G. Cowdrey, Assistant Surgeon C.
S. A., at present stationed at Carlisle
Barracks, has been ordered to report at
headquarters Department of thy,
be assigned to duty in Kansas or Now
Assistant Surgeon Buchanan has re
ported for duty at Carlisle Barracks.
On Tuesday aft e rnoon ➢lr. William A.
Darr, a caienter employed in shingling
the roof of Col. A. Noble's residence on
Main street, fell, and was luckily caught
in a grape arbor, which doubt less saved
his life. Ile fell a distance of two stories
and a half, with his head downwards, and
escaped with a few bruises.
The citizens of Carlisle will hold a
special election on Saturday, February
1?-, between the hours of two and six
p. m., to determine the question as to
whether the Town Council shall con
tinua the police force in the borough. A
full turn out is expected, as the Council
desire an unmistakable expression of-the
will of the people on that question.
By reference to the advertisement of
Mr. George Zinn, under the head of
" New, To-day," our citizens will ob
serve that he is prepared to' sell Lykens
Valley ,coal 'cheaper than last month's
A popular almanac published in this
city, in German and English, among its
predictions, for 1870, puts down the
twenty-six, (Wednesday, )us the "coldes t
day," and to-day, the twenty-seventh, as
" cold." These predictions are certainly
o far out pf the way. We had reasonably
cold weather in the early part of the
winter, but for many days past tho air
has been so soft and balmy as the breezes
of May, and that well known personage,
tho "oldest - inhabitant" has faint recol-
Motion of "any tking, like it." Wednes
': day at , simrise the mercury-in the
mometor indicated 35 0 , and during the
day it stood at 50 to 00. On Thursday,
at sunrise Marked 40. Ruch 'weather
is probably without a' parallel,,aud the
"almanac makers" will be * IA a sad
blight for data upon which' o o base their
predictions for next year.' The mildness
has caused many trees and shrubs to
form buds, some of which seem ready
to burst into,bloom.., Insects, too, which
rarely.appea:r beforo the middle of May
orhoginning of June, are on the wing,
and in ES omo localities the bliur bird have
made their appearance. A day or two.
since the editor ,of the Philadelphia
Balktin , was infornied by a subscriber
at Medford, New Jersey, that, quantities
Of young grasshoppers came out of the
ground as lively as if it. waS spring in
.earnest. Sonia of them were bottled and
will be fo4arded to - one•of the "learned
Societies!' of the Quaker city,for exami
nation,, These are some of the curiest.
Iles of this remarkable season.—Eiprese.
Me i Good , Will Fair is - 110N4 ,in full
blast. ,Tlio "boys" aro in the - , beat of
spirits,, and aro.pushing thinif. ° The
audience is of the right stamp, and carry
their pogket books within easy reach.-
- Tlib band discourseS excellent music and
plebty of it: The exhibition is very ilne;.
and is Well patronized. • The restam'ant
. . .
.furnisbes„all the delicacies of , the sea
son, and the gentlemanly attendants aro
kept busy ; and finally, Conclusion,
those present, ap the evening grail's late,
Tliearrangenrients for sending mail on
the six o?bloolic morning train have all
.boon completed All - letters left at the
postoffise lfeforemine o'eldek in theeveh-^
ing, will be sent. in this mail, and arrive
in Philadelphia ty ono o'clock..
Harry Theinas, esq., has sold his mag
nificent resilience; on Front street; in
arm urg, o . *. ameron, esq.,
President of the Northern dentral -Rail
road,--for $35,000. 1
On last Saturday, night, about ten
o'clock, the frame barn of Peter: Spahr,
on the alley in the rear of his residenCe,
was discovered to be - on fire. He bad a
largo quantity of hay, corn, and grain
in the barn, which was entirely con-
Mimed. The.harn burned very rapidly,
and the flames lit up the streets to 'the
distance of seserrd squares. The Ilb.
was undoubtedly the work of an ineen:
diary. The losii is estimated at ono
thousand dollars,. partly covered by
surance. • •
The second lecture in the course for
the. winter, was delivered in Rheeih's
Hall, on i l hursday evening, last, by
the Rev. Dr. De Witt Talmage. • The
house was well filled at an early hour,
by the appreOttive citizens of Carlisle,
who were expecting a literary treat, and
we are sure none were'dissatisfied. His
subject of the lecture, " Grumblers and
Growlers," • was handled splendidly.
The Doctor was introduced to the audi
by Gen. Lemuel Todd, who briefly
announced the speaker, his subject, 'and '
what might be expected of him. The Doc-.
tor began by saying that this world was
not an unhappy one ithat everything nec
essary for man's enjoyment was to, be
found, If sought for, iii the right way;
that the sky, the seas; the elements, all
contributed to man's happiness, and that
all might be happy If they. would. But
there; are many perions in the world
who, by their unpleasant demeanor and
bad habits bring sorrow and unpleasant.
ness wherever they go, and who rob man
of one of his greatest comforts, viz : his
good humor. The first of these, he said,
was the whisperer, who subjected' men
with wham he associated to constant an
noyance by whispering evil of them to
others. • Compared with such nuisance,
thQspeaker said all sorts of cutaneous
diseases were blessed. Another species
were the long faced Christians, who con
stantly annoyed those with whom they
came in Contact, by their gnawings and
mbanings.' He compared the scenes
of a Sabbath morning, i"Kound the altar
of the cheerful happy Christian's family,
and that of him who thodght the time
ought to be passed in an awful manner;
this one teaching children to hate the
Sabbath, God, and their parents ; that
one instilling into the hearts of his chil
dren a love for holy things. These pi e
tures were well drawn, and the force of
the illitstrations felt by all.
The speaker then held up to view a
photograph of the visiting nuisance, who
makes.his calls at unseasonable times,
and slays till you are bored to death, - and
leaves you in a most unpleasant state of
mind. This picture was a comie one,
and was recognize'd by all as • life like.
The next portrait in the grumblers gal-•
lery was the - touchy Mar, Whose swig ,-
liveriess was a •source of , ,un lcasantncss
to 211 around him. The next annoyance
was the gossip, upon whom the writer
dwelt at length, and whose character he
held up to the contempt and ridicule' f all.
It would be impossible to folloW the
speaker through all the brilliant, passa
ges of his lecture. His sallies of wit were
incomparably arimaing. These . were
blended- with the beautiful to such an.
extent that all tastes-weir, suited, and the
whole audience pleased. The Doctor de
-flounced in ennicainixed_terms thQgrovel
ing•politicians of all parties; wko ba're ,
been for the last thirty years -predicting
the downfall of our country. In this con
nection his indescribably grand and beau
tiful discription of tho burning of the
Smithsonian Institute Was introduced,'
and the comparison made between the
desolation attending that terrible event,
and that while we see around us on all
hands, and he drew from thence that as
then the nation's capitol stood
humbly erect in its grandeur, its marble
pillars and immense dome illuminated by
the burning flames, so amidst the ruin and
and devastation opened in other coun
tries, our nation would stand immova
bly fixed as it is upon the affections of ,
An oyster supper will be given on the
evening of February the tenth, by Mrs.
Fred. Cormnan, for the boneat of the
Reformed Mite Society, for the liquida
tion of the church debt. Supper from
six to twelve o'clock. 'Patronage of the
public respectfully solicited.
There are many ways of curing hems,
but the best pickle that cat be made, is
not all that is needed to insure good
hams. The Rural Amerkan, speaking
on this subject, says : " Hams that are
taken out of the pickle iu prime condi
tion for the smokehonse, aro often seri
ously injured ,when proper care is, not
paid to theiismoking. No smoke should
be applied Until tIM hams are thoroughly
dried. Smoke with green hickory or
maple wood or oorn cobs. , A moderate
and cool smoke is indispensilde in the
proper smoking of hams. Under no
circumstances should hot smoke be suf
fered to settle upon and moisten the
hams, thus imparting a flavor as if. they
had been, clipped in pyroligneous acid.
Heine arc seriously injured in - this Way
when smoked under barrels or hogsheads,
or in lovi smoke houses, where the meat,
is brought to near the lire, and there is
ne vent in the uppEr part of the building
for the steam likervapor to escape. •
After the hams arc sufficiently smoked;
.geilerally 'indicated by their
light, mahogany color, give their fleshy
parts a coating of molasses, and sprinkle
them with red-pepper, and inclose them
in cotton bags as • a ,proservation_ of thi2l
juices of the meat, and •'a protection
, Never fill kerosene lamps after' dark,
but tilrthem in the day time: Never al
low a lamp to be placed on the mantle
piece, whether the same. has, a grate 'or
stove fire, as .the heat 'of the same will
cause the oil to be more , n}tialjle,
and more Bible to explosion when
lighted. It is a.comnion praetibe in ci
gar and other factories to have their
lamps hung on,wire :from th'e' ceilings ;
.they should bo remove(' when not in use,
as the heat of the - stovesasconds to the
ceiling, the effect being tifli mine as in
the above suggeition: DO not allowthe
wick to got bakes' or orasty ; trim it
• A PbbtOgraph Gallory, well established
and doing a good business can be bought
cheap'for cash, if applied for soon. " Cell
on or addrefis .
A small size, Farrel '''Zt Herring Iron
Safe, nearly now, for -sale at the -wlnile
-pie notion and variety store of
' ~. - COYLIS BBOTIIMIEV. , ...ii
: 11 South Hanover street, -Carlisle.
On Tuesday 'night, of last week,, the
Tovirr com Mil saivfit todiScontintia , the.
tinned until their.next meeting, on Sat
urday evening, when they determined to
illuminate aspf 1- During the, three.
nights that intervend, our citizens prob
ably had a realizing sense Of the feces-,
sity of lighted streets, such as they have
not had since the gas was first intro
duced. Every body was delighted
the Conned abandoned the idea of die-.
pensing with the gas, and doubtless an
another attempt to
,economize in this
direction will not soonbe made. Lighted
'streets are indispensable, not,only on the
scare of convenience, but also of safety ;
and this is so well conceded that we are
at a iolh \ to account for the action of
Council in thismatter. Ciertainly there
was not the slightest excuse for,it, and
the affair was ridibulous in every respect.
It was much worse, "even, than the vir-
Juni discharge of the Pblice, which was
effected at the-last meeting, and for this
there is only one shadow of excuse.
There are' s oma things that can be dis
pensed with possibly; butlighted 'streets'
and police are not among them.
Bo much for the action of the Council
—now for some of the faults of those
who elected them. The revenues of this
borough are totally :inadequate to pay
the expenses of, its government, and hay%
boon for many years. That they must
be increased in some manner has boon
apparent ? for a very long time, to every
one who knows anything of the matter.
And yet no one, outside of the council,
is willing to do,anything toward increas
ing the revenue. Almost two-thirds of
the actual revenues_of the borough have
been, for, years,: consumed in the pay
ment of the interest on the debt, and the
collection of the taxes. The remainder,
of course, won't pay the borough ex
penses, ana thus we aro drifting further
from shore each year ; and there appears
to be a determination on . the part-of- the
people to "let her drift."
Now, how is this matter to be remedied?
Certainly not by lying still and 'trusting
to luck, but by agitating the whole sub
ject, and taking some measures to relieve
the borough of its indebtedness. If any
body knows any way to accomplish this
except by increasing -the taxation, let
him show his plan—and if he has not, let
'him not oppose the only means of reme
dying the evil. It has, been, for years,
'a necessity for the. en embers of the coun
cil to give their own indinal obliga
tions to raise money to defray the
ordinary_ expenses of the town govern
ment. The writer of 'this article had,
for two years, the extreme felicity of
joining with others in the council in
promissory notes for a larger amount
than he cares to state here, for the pur
pose of raising funds to pay men who
,were employed .by the borough to clean
the streets, light the lamps, ilo the' police
duty,• rind in short to run the most franc
pensablo' of the borough machinery, and
10, pay the interest on the dolt. This was
-resorted- to aa a-temporary shift to raise
money, and 'at that time, when a propo-
f — silrm was ma e o increase to axa ion
for the purpose of relieving this i nd - ebt.
edness, there were but two members of
the council who wore in favor of it. The
present council lave, in some wAy, ac,
quired a sense of the situation, and are
willing to tax, but they have not the
power to do so, and the people aro un
willing to give it to-them: — lf this course
is persisted in for a year or two longer
the machine will stop. Every man who
is elected_ to comma should regard it a
;.?Cliglotts - dutyrnut - tolendhis - imliv id u4l
credit to raise money to dcfrayexpenses,
in order that matters may some to a
Crisis that will necessitate action on the
part of the community., •Tho borough
should be left to run itself on its reve
nues, and loans shoulchuot, be negotiated
for the pUrpose of making up deficiencies.
But how are things to be carried on in
the meantime ? We say, simply discard.
everytldng that can't be afforded, in,
Which we would, for the present, include
the interest on the borough debt, it
necessary, rather than our streets should
be allowed to be in darkness, or a suffi-•
cient police maintained to preserve order
and safety in the -community. Our ob
ject in this article is to stir up a oiBllUS
sion of this whole questior, and in our
next we • will give some figures on tho
subject, if they aro at all accessible.
The Chicago Republican thus enume
rates the mlalincations of a " local edi
tor :" He mast combine the loquacity of
Magician with the impudence of the
devil. He must know how to than 3race
horse, gaff a cpck, teach a Sunday school,
preadra charity sermon, run a saw mill,
keep a hotel, and brew whisky. He
must be up to a thing or two in
cal economy, as fail in the manner of
cooking beans. On the trail of mysteri
ous items he must be a veritable sleuth
bound. His hide is of a rhinoce
ros. Ile must be insensible to tho inuel
itit snubs, and manifest no.. sense of an
, gor when he is kicked down stairs. Ho
must throw modesty to tho dogs, and let
his tiger howl. But aoove all, lie must
be an adept in the art of puffing. Ile
must be ready at all times to say-some
thing funny in regard to Shah's' grocory
or to surround Miss Flounce's millinery
'establishmont with a halo of glowing ad
jectives. HO must be enthusiaidic 'On the
subject - of Munk verboso inJ!extolling
liardwitro, and highly iniagiuitivo in the
matter of dry goods, he must talk lealm;
odly of programmes, with a, liberal
ture'ef glowing words, Such as 'warmth.'
''foreshortening,' filigh 'perspee;
&c. He'must bedicavy on a con
cart, with a capaeity-to appreciate Miss
!Squawk's exouction of difficult feats in
the Upper 'strata,' ecstatic in praise of
double , headed naives, hnd eloquent in
behalf of fat women and, of living shale
Tuesday; March 1, William M. Do
nor, West Penn sbotough township, four
horses, cOWe, yonng cattle, kitchen fur
niture. Changed from March, 7. •
Boar, agent, at the residence id John
,Weitzel; Frankford ',township, fout
horses, colts, stock, farming iMplemefits,
Friday, . February 25, at the Court
House, in, Carlisle, real estate of the late
Tuesday, March 8, Daniel Kutz, Mid
dlesex township, ,horsei,.: colts,
„eighteen head of cattle, . fat• bull, three
steers, farming implements. , : '
Tuesday, . March 1, John R. Long : -
neckor,, near' 1 3 l olds four hordes,
colts, seiren.miloh v . co stock, farming.
iinpleinents furniture. '
List of sales for Which bills have. beep
printOd at tills offloe:,
Tuesday, Februaty 8, •by JoYin C.
Moyer,: Ppnn township, five horses,
cows; young 'cattle, reaper andinowOr.
J, C. LESHER,
- WOdnosday; . gobrunry'ace John Bron :
nori,pouth' Middleton township, family
furniplro, ' ' •
Wednogilith Vobruary 16, John Orol
." •' I
- der,'West rennsborough torinshti, thred
liorstn,": e9cris, 1 young etittb3 4 7gruin .
pioughs — ' '
Friday, February 18, Leonard' W. Out
shall, South' Middleton" - township,. two
-horses; heifer, wagOn, ploughs, '--
, Wednesday, February 28, ;Daniel .31.
Shenk, Dickinson'tOvnehiP r five horsci,
milsh cows, threshing: machine, -grain
fan r household and kitbheu furniture.
• Thurlsday; Febr)iary - 24, Christopher
Thumnyn, South Middleton - township,
six horses, two of which .are Mate - lied
blacks, cows,. and farming implements.
Wednesday, March 2, D. W. - Sterrett,
West Pennsborok 'township, six horses,
twenty-six head of cattle, carriage, bug
gy, farming implements Ni " ' -
Daniel Oiler, will have sale on March
2, on the Cove Farm.. Sale of personal
property, North Middleton township.
John Greider; sr., will have isle of
Persona] property, in West Pennsliorough
township, on sixteenth Of February.
Sale of personal property, by Samuel
Stone, Frankfort] township, March 4,
eleven head of horses, thirty-two head
of horned cattle, ten head of hogs,
number of sale bills have been
Printed at this office, notice of which will
be inserted in this column, if we are noti
At a loeurit meeting of Council No. 031, U. L. A.,
of Coins's, Um follom lug preamble and resolutions
wore unanimously adopted:
19nettels, It Imo pleased Almigl,ty OuJ to utko
Item our midst our (jointed brothel., aeo-geE.Lueas;'
Resolved, Whilst w• admit to tbo will of this
Pother neon good, we sincerely Lawn the loam of a
member highly eA l eemed by all 11l aevoelato•,'let
u• hope that oor loim to his eternal as n.
Resold, That We heartily of iipall ze with the
berearedfamily In their hide of a dutiful 'a, and uf
Resolved, That n ropy of theme resolutions be
handed to the family of the devolved, and published
In the Carlisle papers.
JOHN C. BRICK, Deceitletit
Attest: SAMUEL A. JORDAN.
The partnership, existing between W.
C. SaWyer, J. A. Duke, and J. E.-Bak
holder, known as the firm of W. C.
Sawyer & Co., has this day been dissolved
by mutual consent. All persons know.
lug themselves indebted te, or those bay
ing claims against the late firm, aro , . re
quested to call immediately upon the
junior partners, at' the old business
stand, in the Bentz House, and
settlement. The books will be held by
us for a while, and will then be placed
in other hands for colleetiotißeS
W. C. SAW T
J. A. DCRI;
J. E. Britl:llOl.DER
The subscriber offers at private sale,
at his residence, in eburehtown, Cum
berland county, 30 scaps of bees.
Dn. L. LF.NIFER.
MPOItTNN r REVENVE DECISION
OFFICE OF I] l' thevuxuri.
Youi• letter of the twenty second
timo, xespecting the liability of persons
engaged ip_ 4 the Rale .of the kliational
Assessor Jolui B. Kenney,• of -Phila
delphia, has this day been specially in
structed in the case, and you are respect
fully reritrred to
3fesrs. WALTON & Zoo, '
Philadelphia, Jan. 7, 1870
To IMEssus. WALTON & Zuo,
9 N. Seventh St., -Mina&lphia.
Gentlemen :—I consider the Bitters
manbfactured by you, known and marked
"National Bitters," to be 'a compound
put up and sold as pedicino, ana when
properly stamped, can be sold by (Waters
in the stamped ,bottles who have not
paid the special tax as liquor dealer's.
This is in accordance with tho ruling
of tho Commissioner, in his letter to
Samuel IT. Almon, Esq., Assessor, Ta
maroa, 111., dated Dee. 16, 1860, and of
which the following is a copy.
Assessor let Dist., Pa.
OFInCIAOF INTERNAJ. IILSYEI.aIE,
Waxhington Dec. It, 1862—Sir
Cleveling it Brown, of 'Galatia,
write this office under' date of the 4th
Inst., stating that they are Druggists,
and asking if they are required to pay-
Special Tax as Liquor Dealers, for sell
ing "'Tonic Bitters" and other win
pounds of a similar character, which are
claimed to be medicine. They have
bsen referred to yon, and you arc, there
ore, instruetpd that bitters and other al
fioholic compounds, which arc ;put.up
and sold as medicines, and which aro
properly stamped as Buell, under Schedule
C, of the Rilvanue la*, should be treated
as.medicines; and persons selling the
samikshould not be 'requiredto pay Spa
cial Tax 'as. Liquor Dealers. Persons
selling bitters or other alcoholic com
pounds, which aro put' up and stamped
as " rectified spirits,? •should of course
be held subject to tax as Liquor Dealers..
Any previous. ruling of this office,'
'which may be inconsistant Willi the tar in
of this letter; is hereby revoked.
. - Respectfully,
SAMUEL IL ALMON, Assessor,
THE PRICE OF COAL, 416 HOW
The committeeappelitted by the Amer-:
ican Institute, to examine into the nnilits
of the ilfienk coal burning stovcti;,"have.,
reported that; after making a• thorough
examination of the various stoves, and
testing them thoroughly, both in refer—
ence to economy and heating power, they
haio found the 'American Base Burner'
• (manufactured in
. this city), to be the
most economic 1, and the most powerful
heater—some of the tests showing that
this • stove consumed full one=half . less
fuel than the , others, and In every 61113
gave nuieli.inore heat." Is it not bettor
-to get the above named stove and avoid
the great wake of wait—A/894 Eniek
These stoves Aro for sale Williain
Fridley, East Louther street, Carlisle,, Pa.
TIIE SCH(EPPE TRIAL
A full Teport,of tho : most intero§ting
and important, caso is , nOw ready and can
be obthined at this office. It' contains
the entire 'testithoiik in- the ,. ease, a; full
account of all the pr °ding
s up to thli
time; with ft: ifirAoll'o,: lkt Schmppo and
Miss Steinnecko. . The book, will ho fun
fished at:tlio'folloWing rates :. '.
One copy, • 25 cants
T*onty copiss; '' $ 4 00 •
Fifty copies, ' • 900
()no hundred copies, :'. 1G 00
JORN H. itELZ EMS COl/17.111N.
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1.1 01 laise.t of
Kato,. g w hltoh \MI Le . fonnei a let of
NIOY AND- ELIIGANT NANOS,
ibintiked•rbil by rite milohnilvd Ileitoomb ken.,
Pkolodelnhia ♦ IMillud •mober •inv
Mines will be fm . RANT, he rent will be•llowiet
to pert imynibet f.• be nnOU in taco et purshane.
This itriiing ntt. t will, ruble eke porch.° @soy, by
giving time for pi) moot, onii will allow•opportnalty
of ti.stlng the .anitroinent harem port:hexing. Also good
P,EcoND HAND PIANOS
NI otklo or lent,,nt t. TM. slllit thu Ilmoo.
Col 'it'd PXI.IIIIIO , thorn uliethor yoriwlttli I• net
TUN( UED OItdANS
• from tiu w.rlll raßow nod ainnuluotiory of 11. P. N 1.411.,
ham 1. Si,., (furnierl f farhart h Nuuilloitii). Thu
chentwnt.,lll,l boot IN Km woi 111, and al i.iytei.mstutrittld
kept. in order by ttlyadr fuf 11.0 yen.. Al 0
i . .
V 1 0 le INS
"i 1 Fl't A R?.
SifECT MUSIC AND MUSIC DOCKS,
ST.OLATOB OP ALL ICIND9,
awl *very eking to the music Widow,.
Old Planna,Moredeem, and Organ. taken In put
pay for our u 1161: - •
An kind. of Instrumento rqudied and tuned
Gill uiy MtOck and I oni ente I OAR
please: , •
JOHN if, HIEFENI
Do eV! for c e! the plea.
(nppoeito Marion thifi,)
EW GROCERY STORE
be subscriber 'wing purobaeed Stersersmith's
corner, on Pibmfret and Bedft rd Meade, and erected
thertau a Sfori;bismow openitd with a Sew Stock
of wall Selected Preelf - Oincerlos Ills stock will.be
-found to be complete In every particular,bed every
thing sold . will be, warranted
_as reprolented Re
ha■ on hand and now ready for delivery Orocsrlee.
of all kinds,' ' •
A good tooortroool. of N4filONl4. kepeelnlity mode
oh MI Mods of volt Mooln, ouvh oo
[lams, Shenlders, Sides ) Dried Beef, &c
,01 all klnda. - ronatantly on. hand
1/11 - FLOUR and FEED:Wf tho host grades, and In
quantities to aultpurchaeers.
Gonda ain't to any part of the town If dealred
Call and price fur yourself at No 45. Feet Pomfret
fltreet. JOHN lIRNDER.
adept 126041 m
J. M. MASONITEIMER
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES,
FINE QUALITY OF TEIS. PUKE 'SPICES
QUE EN:4A RE
BEST DIUNDS OP
ALL KINDA OF COUNTRY PRODUCE
BOUGHT AND SOLD
sotyruw.T cortnn PITT AND PJAIFILET STREETS
HO FOR THE HOLIDAYS I
A.FRESII ARRIVAL OF HOLIDAY GOODS
At BURK'S, No. 35 West Main street.
A I'dognllcent Stock or Candle', Torn, Nuts and
Fr„Otte !know !veil-for kap:el:on by the public
Tin Wagona, Express.,
Ambulance', , Carts, norml,
Onus, Swords, P.i.tols, Whistles,
Magnetic and Mechanical Toys,
Wood Wagona, Sleds, Militia Worsen,
Drama, inis, thorn . .., Game,,
ArkiLlious,Cuis, and a . . ..
hoet of othor toys. ----
Fancy Bores, China •
Allays, Vases. Cilia, Saucers,
Matoh Safes, Cruclfixca, Sr.,r.,
Tirane., ',animal, Figir, 2 ltalirins7
Poinelhoi, and Other Fruit., and
_ _Nuts of al _Kinds, DOLLS,
laud Doll - , _ Heads with
Moving and Fixed eso..
CLEAR cA-NDY TOYS,
OF MY OWN Alf NUFACTURE; WiIoLE.LE AND RETAIL.
FREVCII nud AMERICAN CANDY In abundance
All it which will be cold at the lowest CASH Priced
Please Dire me a eall.ja
D. W. BURKHOLDER,
No :I& Wyk Main Street: Carllolo, Pa
CHRISTIAN 1 . i.4110F.F, of Carlisle,
huo the ...le rl4llt, as Agent for Cwubrrl old
County, Pit , for al • r u•Le:.nlaa, a.
culktl K NO'S NUN EXPI 4 O6!VN BRILLIANT
ukl. I totporlor t.noythlng ever 1), N d and
,upplf, ILu intda t ngh Illy contity, whult•wto
their FLUID upor thitt; uo•sour ; 11 ix 1/(111
explurire; lititkite it Lints, elmrrr, nod suit, r ilett
01111 Ii 010.110, or •oy othur o❑ or cumpohnd i 6 übo
vallta ...dca . or ...11, ialtl Ix p.rfealy harm
Harchanth or 0ti,..,..1an1ag to, n e and to 'cif tilt
artlelo Gall ;IL zr.t .tore
THE cAßLisue ACA DEMI'
311 E ONLY SCHOOL Wlllelf PREPARRS YOUNG
MEN FOR COLLEOE IN CARLISLE.
An' Luglialt anti Cluguicul School fur young mon
unit Logs ui 1 lot OpUTIA 'th.pt umber u, lu Runlet!
tall Wog, on South Honour Strout.
Pupils utntructed in Slit,ilitili,Clittnico,
N0t0.141 lichqtre, Poitiantielfp, As
THE CQUItSI4 61 , STUDY
Is dralgued to ttrike thorough Rog Hull ruhal ag naU
t, prepare far Colley° Bpeeinl aldrution u. 111 be
girrn to Praefiettl Reading,
l'enntowhip, Sc , th .1 xtnitenta laity he w.II twit:Alp
• 11 for Unglue. I Ili, nnul har• u good loan lutlou Sir a
mart. .wended u•attlio of atedy
irlll , o tptod t. young perifienter, and tlonio ,vl.o
cnuuut Lu irolto4l • Ims will not hu ,411uwool to rows!n
la di I hied into t. 11.111.11011.. renpuctlvrly
Septatallor 6, and January 3.
TERMS PER IiMION
.(Pnyable In •aiuncu.)
Ist Sys iuu, COIIIIOIIII English, 115 CO
du COIIIIIIOSI English, 20'00
.otl Sysslt 11, Common English, ' 25 00
• de Musks with COMIT.Ii Englithi • •30 00
The reltulars of thiii Academy. by the payment of a
anus annually, can have them, of the Cullogo
Iditrailee, containing 25,01.1/ rot ui h ed.
vAworjo —July and Angusi , and from Chribt.
HIM to the Moodily idler Now Year
.10.-I'opllr front Oremd hare the
pilrilqie of rooming In Dlchboon College If they
elm.so to do no aim will Phil good boarding tither
In College' (Mobs or In. private' tonitive, ranging
hum Ili to $5 PO h.. r week.
Addremi. R. W. STERRETT, A. , l4 , Pllncipal
1 tak. groat . plosintro le rommentllng Mr. K. W.
Sterrott, , A. 11., no a gentleman eminently qualined to
tench. My confide... In him le 111101, that 1
commit my own eon to tilt onto.
It. L. DASHIELL,
Sep. a, 3m
OP 'SALES "called by N. B.
MOOltin Auditorium. t •
Jan. 11. ,Pamoul Sitilypit, deed, Diekint on twp.
12 to 25 . -31 , C. Sawyer k Lu ;roil lel, Pa.
Full. .1, Atirtillant Brnilitir; South . Sliddieton top.
1. J, Y. Shearer, Mc , bison top.
4 Jacob Hartman, deed, Middlunux twp.
B. A, Bratilny, d. e'd, South hlultileton twp.
77 .Timeen Fink, Monnt llully spriugn,
B. .140 C 00 1 ..., Puna twp, • r.
0. Moll, Catiltio Pa. • •
to, • John Schmoll, Antigua° of Janie. Thomas;
South Middleton toanship -
11. John Bodoni. Ansignee of J,
' Middleton township. .•, ' .
12, Jo.. Domini niter. South Middletoui twp.
• 14. Nook Cockle'', Penn twp • .
It. !M.o. Spangler, Mckinnon top. •
18.. Samna' Emite,Dicklii.on top.
15. Win Hartman. South Middleton iw'B. '
" 18 Lao Culahnlh South Middleton toy.
M. Elder Croon, Penn twp.
4, 21. .Jolin Young, Mckinnon. '
22. Jo'. Petit; tonth Middleton tap..
-r . 2S Mudd Shenk. DlOkineune
i: 24: Jacob Diack,
.28' John Shemin/ugh, Wagoner'n Oapltt/ter
20. Janet Keuyon, Dickinson.
IS. - John Johns, South Middleton top.
Mar.' Joie° lalgler,.Middiesar.
2. • Jacob Schupp, South Mlddlottni twp. „
3. Samuel IVherry,lsthidlesex.
Portia 'Millburn, Penn top.
0 5, Minjamin Lochard, L Ickinson.
7. Jno. D. Sheraftar. Dickinson.
8. Jacob Plank, South Middleton twit.
" - 0. Mere Widen!, Cornett'', Pa.
10. Abut,. Spotia. Dickinson. •,
11. John D. Myerti, 1 Vest Pentiabbro.
" 12. Wilton 0118 PP, South Middleton top.
14. Curlit Whiliburo,Poon. '
. 10.. Jno. A: Maar, Dickintoup r • '
" 17 Janice Limo, luau twit.
RPH.A.NIT COURT BALE,
•1, sti, • • s MIX 10,1870.
By 'virtue of an orrlir'of..id;Wtho •rp one .or
of Cumberland cennty, will oxposo to public sale,
at the Court Nouse, Id the borough of, Carnal°, the
following valuable void estate, late tho property of
-Wc—Drock, deceased : „
No. 1. A. lot of ground, on the Worth elder of . the
borough of Carliele, adjoining lands of Joseph Hals
or, C. Shapley, private alloy, creek lane and public
road - lending from North Pitt street to , flarrinburg
turnpike, containing About .two acme, and baying
thereon a two story brick house and back building,
frame stable, nod other outbuildings. Ina land la
limestone of brat quality, In a good state of colder.
Con, and in excellent order for market gardening.
The buildings aro largeod repair, sod there Is a gnu
bonne orchard on the premises.
N 0.2. A lot of ground on West aireet, Carlislo, ad
jolulneJohn'llarder, W. alegrew. and Mr. Thomas,
containing 18 foot In front on West atreet, and 72
feet in deptil, and hating thereort erected a two story
frumo hon., and other on thni.dlogs. This Is n very
thOo to donnaonce at 10 o'clock , a. tn., whoa at
tendanco will ba given and tennk made - known by
C. P. 1111511lIell, Aamlaiotrator.
D E. HAVEN & BROTHER,
RANKERS AND DEALERE}, IN
FIRST MORTO/OF2 BONDS,
No.' 40 -South Third .strect,_Philadelphia
' 4' Buy, Sell eilol Exchange all Issues of
U.' B. BONDS,
cn the moat liberal terms
GOLD BOUGHT AND BOLD
at Market Itutea
Block. hough t and sold pa COMlllifildUll only.
AK.m 4 do era id, and Inlarest allowed on dolly
rien - Gly
DENTAL NOTICE.—I have - 'taken
notice of a card in our Carlisle vipers, rail
tinning the public fromiimploying any dentist to
make or sell artificial teeth, on plates of hard rub
ber, who Is not licensed by the company, &e. I take
this' method to inform ny friends, and the
generally, that I have [nada arrangements with Jo
siah Macon, treasurer of toe Goodyear Dental Vul
canite. Cr tummy, and hove taken out license np to
January I, In t. I am, therefore. legally n utheriten
M mike artificial teeth on hard rubber, hi all shape.,
and. forum r I liavite my friends, and the public in
gdnetal, to givenie a cad, where they can have teeth
mode on Dubber plate, as them, as ever. 011 ice No;
25. Digit strew, opposite the First National Bank;
ATSRINGVS . ,
NO 11 1:31BUG !
lime-gettier - ltp - the - nfiveirireenr
made• In Carhxle, and am preparing for another NAN,
in April next
Call at the Amp and examine the wink before it In
en that—yen :nay lie natinfloil tint I it, noth
ing hut theLtliElT MATERIALi el all klada.,
nt le or
CAARIAGES, BUGGIES, SNtING WAG )NS do
ready Iliad.. or wade to alder. All Ile, Irtak gaaran
-aide( attention to boaloear to no ill o continuance et
- Do ant forget tla• plate, car. Plll nd South street
11. SA X•ro'N & CO.,
N... 15, EAST MPN snan.T,
Dealers in Hardware, Tron, Cutlery, &e.,
ton , y announce to the publle, th they
elling e. erylliletg,lll their line, viihor.wholonlu or
e•iti!, at oleos much lower Mao ran Le nought thin
.011. of Pliihttlell liln
Our istue4 ruuninh lo put ur
BUILDING MATERIAL OF ALLIPLSCRIPTIONS,
I= I a
P 111•11, (;111111.11, llrnin bags. 1:1,pc . ,,, Poilu)x
laud . Ilny vr. of al . l thou 11,•193.
UNP, PISTOI.S, POWDER, SOOT, CAPE,
ThAtit.llll for ;list litvot±4, I) ~trit•t attutilien to
• Luxiuowe 111.110 , 10 d h of tun
ALL PERSONS knowing themselves
ILstobtod t! floury Pax 11111 aro rrquesl.4l to
!uke Immo!Unto nottletnent, an& thoao,ilaa tug
.t:litiatn to pronnt-tlinin for nottlmont, an I whlt to
elan op my bria4/1 to January I, 1871).
) II EN HY SA NTON.'
27jan70. . .
511../N (1 ) IN '1111 , .. COU 01°t'OM
rn 11.1 N 1 . 1 Fr OF CUMBER.
DANIEL O. MAY. j LAND CO NTY.
VENDITIONI EXPONAS, NO. o,
JAN. TEM3I, 18:0;
Jantiary 115, 140—Money "c. nridered In Court,
.and rule hr Its appropilatiost. Thu Auditor up.
pultitod by thu Court of Common eleaa ofett (Oberland
county, to a%tertrtin and report the facts, nod make
dietrilmelon of the funds In Court ',reduced by the
allorlfre sale under the above writ. of the 'following
&Retitled teal catate, " A tract 'of land 'hooted
In East Pennelout ugh tow uship, Cuntherla nd county,
l'ormaylval In, hounded on the north and oust I.y Um
Conottigultol trod:, it the wo.t- be the lambi of
John hanta. and 111 ILO 1011111 by the ramie of H. M.
Haldeman, containing 1::11 r outs, mote Or lots, and
haviog titer on erect, d a two ttory fruano „dwelling
bootie, bank IP, rte, wrgon shed, nu& tali, out build.
Inge," wail attend - to the flatlet of hie appointment
On Saturd«y, 'January 26, A. D. .1870,
10 o'cb oh, a. in., at lute olllco on North Hanover
street; In the borough of Carliale, when and ‘vbere
nil'peramm! la. to, e.ted are rugtrlrrd 1011111.1111.
F. h. DIVLIZIIOOVER,
BB . IONEES' NOTICE.
•Notice is hitroby given WO John ,K Detains . , of
Plaitigeld, and Levi Zeigler, of Carlisle; have been
oppolntod assigneee of alelehoir H.-Zeigler, of Mid
dlesex township, puutberiond mutts, Pa., under
deed of voluntary, atelgement for tho Leitofit of
creditors. Persons indebted to" the bald assignor are
rettpested to Make Immediate payment, and thole
!teeing . claints - ligitinal him topresent therm '
JOIIN . K. BEIDDBII,
LIII ZBIGLEII,. '
Lottet o teatomontary on' the estate of John McOlu
nlo, lat. of CarlDle, deceaced, Kato beet, grunted by
tho Iteglotor of Cumborland county to tho inducrlbor
remitting In told borough.", all porooos Indebted to
tho Callao aro coquetted to tittle Immediate payment,
and those lEvlng ellibas to proment ,thesu, duly
outliontlent. d, for settlement, . .
• It. M. HENDERSON, _
27Jan7bOt. . .. Iltocutor.
• - ,
l;tgirea mo plioavro to Carly, that ?dr. Bchnets'e
to my Opt ulpik it purely vegetable
n aahatnutloa, mar an :O.mallantlonle; being
harmlass In I to tharactar, aml not bolas on alcoholl•
ttmul ant: . •ELE'STOORTON, N. D.
As (ho 'season In lost spprtmelling. when perenre
Will be l l ooklng 14 it desirable Storto - fur Pdrlor or
,I,ClLeboo moo, wo atlk a tarefill-asaibinatlon of uo.
steel, believing we have the largeat and boat veleet.
ed issortment of STOVES ever "offere'd to the citizens
of CumbotifOol ()aunty
We there on hand tbejuotly celebrated
MORNING GEORY BASE BURNER,
whirl.. as a Parlor I . lr Dining lloay Sloss, excels all
otlloll3, no thGllNUtnitl WIIO Me them will taffy
THE LIGHT HOUSE,
THE MORNING Lmia,
TIM MORNING GLORY
PARLOR HEATER, and (1.:
and othor now Parlor, Dining Rom and Cliamboa
We offer among others tho fullowtg Ctolc Stovess
nit — Crty - of - Rtirthrgtotr - eOM - 10 - N - A - T -- 1
which liciitc one; two r three row., decidedly
We uuold 1,1 It attuntiott to our large Nock of
TINW A 11-E
ItOOFTNG AND -SPOTTTING
done on reasonatfe terms and without delay
♦ll purtintiti clvalring aii) thing ill .llr !Inv are I,
•Itcd to call and price too- article/I before I,bn:basing
The 13tist Ajle•jost terelvud
HATS AND (lAPS
Ito 100011fn•tor.s Hats to ort. r, to.d Lnx iho burl
arrangumoul. Ing linty, W"olon
and Overcoat., at abort rottlro
Tho . llloeat CASILPMCEeptid
CARLISLE LAND ASSOCIATION.
rif this aeroclaticit will he
held at the Council Clamber, in the court 'limbo, till
the llrtt ltaturdtty nt FVl,l . llRry, It being the 111th of
that mouth. lit 7 o'clock p. tit A full attendance of
tic member. is earnetttly requested."
0. P. 111.311t1C11, t,tterelety.
I' e der
Cl+lo ' 000 GU A RANTEE
.I AU flarela all art r 1.1:A I)!
Sianal. For lit rut Durability.
11l id nil itn tustilii.til 1..“11,11.),
Hsu., fr 421:car.osily.-(0),
44 IT etittlit leti• to plot aRh Durk Lew', than
oily other White Lead exleitt. 7ilo 0111110 weight
wOVerli 11101 . 0 tiorfore, inure 01111 Mikes
hiter wt rk,
1.1.1di ZINC Excien 01 1/q.iir IINCS
Finn 1111 Rh 1:g.111:,1.1 blunt !lily
1! , 144111./Ivht•41 Cori ring Propi.o;l'
Lastly, for its 11 rent Ecot,:lty
being the ultenimml, lintill on:0;1,1:111i lIIORt ii 111.11140
IV bitu I'nfu4ln the ttui Id. •
BUCK' LEAD AND BUCK ZINC;
TRY IT AND RE CONVINCED:
litukrui turd by au Matkul;:eturciu
BIT -C 02' T A (1...4' COLORS,
I r.pitred exprottey for PitiMing
'Catena, Outbuildings of overy'dtserlt lion, FOlll,OO,
&O. .Thirty-flvo different Color;, 'Durable, Cheap,
Uniform, nod Beautiful Shades.
cards sent by mall, if desired.
Dealers' Ontot will Co proa)g• ly oar curl ip the
K. CLII. TENTH AD MAREE'D BTIU E'
CARPETINGS I ,
, At our moi and elegant ItoPe, _
635 MARKET STREET,
A full stook for Silloir Sales of
A:gieIINSTERS, , , ••
, • . , INOItAINS,
. • • VENETIANi s ,
• CLOTHS, de
LEEDOM, - 13DA.W .
.I . lllLADiariliA; • •.
Alm; t Buse Burlier
FIRE PLACE STOVE,
.4 , 11 E 11 . 111 A eAIA- -LA
SPONS.L.E.R , ',q CCi_LUIII:I4T.
Real Relate Agunt, Scrivener, Convevincor Inane.
VICO and Claim Agent. °nice Slain Street Near
Centre 'S leave.
ORE IVASIIER FOR BALE.—An ex
rellrul Washer, nl the h Bank or Georg()
W. 1.11111101, nearly Ilea. IVill be mold stoy low. Ap
ply to • , A. 1.. r , PONFI.IIIt.
rilowN PROPERTY FOR RENT.--A
1.4. nlia n /tar st(.l y It It Ic I:
DWELLINII, u.rner 111
11111111 Ulld llodrom strveti.
and the other Frame, enlist.' on Pomfret etleot, In:
[wools Miniver and Bedford .treed—all in good ..•
der. Pos,rrvlon given ['lra of /will. Apply to
A. 1.. SPONSLER,
Two conanolliona two x ory 1121,1: 11.111,5, oil t ie
vast stile, of Mixt strort, betwriin Maln nna Lontlior
treuto, in the borough of Carlisle; 111. rnlw
'IMO lot of ground on the owe sidu of Lotort Spring.
onininingnbout THREE ACRE:4,IO.IIh; the property
1 the heirs of ilostipli Shrum, doeiineell, all In excel.
hint r . eilltif, will be Irnond liar ono year frv.m th e l ot n i
prll 110Nt. nor forme, ,nr
A two utory 111110 K Nicola Ih eideuae shoaled nu
South 141/1..1 . r street, hclueen Pomfret and South
at reels, Carlisle. '1 he lot contains 21 feet in front - met
120 In depth. Thu house is_ nearly new, coutuining
,loubTii parlors, dining reran und kitchen on the first
floor, and, flee comfortable chambers on the second
story, and threellnlNlted rooms un the attie,conveni
ent outbuildings, fruit trees, and grape•yines, and
hydrant in lint yard. Enttulro of
A. L. SPONSLEII,
Real Estate Agent..
VALIJABLE PRIVATE ItESI
v . DENCE pout SALE.
Situate on South Hanover street, Carlisle, uow
owned and occupied by Men. Washnillod, late the
property'ef Denediet haw: - The lot fronts 015 Han
over at., 00 feet, and extends back the'sanio width
210 feet to an alley. The improvements are a I rge
two-story FRAME 110115 E, with 'V crandah'in fr nt,
containing Double Parlors, Hall, Chamber, Di Dialing
room and [Utah. onllower floor and six Che w airs
and Bath-room On the 2nd story. Gas and later
have boon introduced., There is a largo Stabloiand
Carilago House at the foot of the lot. The lot is
well studded with ornamental trees and shrubbery,
besides fruit of almost - every description and Grapes
of tho Most choice selection In abundance.
Enquire of A. L. SDONSLER,
c. I 200ct-60 - . ,
ORE BANK FOR SALE—A rich
deposit of the best quality Ilermatito Oro,
yielding 50 NI , cent. comprising about 18 ACRES,
loCated in Monroe township, about 2 mileh from the.
Iron Works of C.W. & D. V. Ahi, on the south side
of the Yellow Bree(thee creek. There Is a stream of
water running through the tract sufliclent for
washinm the ore and - furnishing water power be
sides. A portion of the bank le under a lease and
will be sold sublect thereto. The balance is unto
Patrons delirious of viewing the Ilauk May call
upon George W. Laidlch, at "Leldlch's mill," for
merly. known as hrieker'a mill, 3fonroe township,
Cumberland county, or upon
A. L. SDONSLER,
Real Estate Agent, Carlisle.
A Private 11er-biome situate on South Hanover St.
Carlisle, nearly opposite ICarly's lintel owned by
Janes Bente The lot contains 100Teet in front
running book 210 feet, and behreto feet In Ire dth
at the rear. The buildings aro neatly new and In
excellent order, comprising rt commodious
TWO-STORY MUCK FRONT BUILDIN(1
with n largo Two-Story Brick Pack Building attach
ed containing nil the inntern improvements
ding gas and water. The I , cation of this property
Is rare of the most ellglhqi in the town, and will be
Agar:red of on favorable terms. For terms nod fur
ther particulars enquire of
A. L. SVONF•LI:II,
Real I::+tato Agent.
L . Resilience, situated on Weal. Pomfret Street,
Thar- lutn..eitains.3o feet its_l(unt_alid. "2.1 u
feet in depth. The isnytliCutun". tuns's' u( n f..0j11-
TWO STORY BRICK JIOUSE,_
containing !area Parltrq. Ti a t r i'll, Dining _Room, and
Kitchen on the lower fluor, and eight fainvenlent
Chambera on the second. floor. three evcr the trout
building, and five over the tusk building, a Wash
Heusi., Huth Room, and Water Closet; and gas pipel
yrnninTfritn - thlverflal ,--- .1 - hydraftrirrthe - yard - amet'
water on the second story. Thu (futile property in
in mem excellent condition, and the ir.C.110,110/ICOf
the inest desitabla in the town. The lot is well stud
ded a Ph fruit tie, and shint,hory,anditvite a m,
her of grape VIM,' of Ipiputirr yuullty. Rr term ,
VAI,U A Bl.le, FA11:11 Al' l'Itl•
VAT}I SA L 11.
crock in Miiiiroe too whip , about Emit
Alll - ii bon Worts. containing TO Atitme, all clouriol
but uhon) 2 Aires whicluiro coymed with good tim
ber. The imptorenients atm a tommedions two-ahoy
E With Coll,llilit out build ill
Large lIAN-K BARN with Wagon Shod and Cot
Crib Mt:mita. A choir° Apple itrcharil
bearing ~ .der, together with Peac hes, l'eam,.Clooo iev
and (Italie. in abundance and tinexcellent and novel -
lading non of With, at (hod , or. Thei land is in a Melt
stair of rill iralion. mid, timid retool and the inn
provementm in good order The location io it 111.411/l
-I,lu one, being near a elitirch, mill and 61 Clot
If not SOW nl PriVlllo Mile )1001,1 till, 9Gth day of
Serit t oolier next tho form will lot ollored at thiblo•
Sole on ttlitt day. l'orgiiini ilesiroim of vim, hip lie
pn sieve ina3 call nip., lie, W. beidiell, at
mill, in Montoo
Vim tyros de apply to
I:,A lit, 00
VVAr ABLE PRIVATE RESI
DENCE FOIL the a tot end
of the borough of l'arlible, stet, of Dichtleedl nn'.
The lot lontdins - 70 feet.on front, snit 7.111 feel no
depth, extending trots Vn a to Tonthsr so,' I.
The Paper" entento eotibod of an elegant and ruin.
I.llolilollli mouton sltuato near 010 eeutre of did
grounds, fronting on 'Ma n street, flniAled In the
Oust t uperli style, with tonvenient outbuilding , .
The grounds Ore beautilidly - Isi.t 1111 t, al,
studded olth abendaneo of &tilt and ornannniJ
trees and flowers, and shrublorry of tho clod. est
huts d •
Tho oullrr befog di.Arons of rolling, the property
mill h e dp , po,ll of oion advantageous tt•rma to the
pilrrhwt . . • l'o••••••••,!on gls en on the first of Apt it
next. For lotmr , uud turlhrr PlArtirlliatq. 0111111110 1•I'
A. L. 01.1INSLEIL
!tool liotalu A Vot,
AVALUA BLE FARM AT ,Plll-
VAT SA, E.—:sltuated In Silver Slriug teal,
on the railroad, within a half milt, of Leidig'n
StatiOn and 3111 . 11 , 8 west of Nleehanie•lang,
ing 50 all cleared. Thu 11111.1,VellIVIO , are a
LA lit, HOUSE, with alPthe
building,. Large Bank Bar mll'asyn Shed, Corn ('rite,
Carriaga 'finite is CClMern at the
also one at the lawn, a well of water to the wash
loose:viollawor lolling threat° of water rimming
through the faint, a good Apple Croltatil, lately nos
lined, with a vloty itßothor frail: Tito
farm isln good culthation, and water good fence, at
good .nolghborland, vonvoulMitOto behool 1.1,1
LI nuraold before the Seal of March, it will then
lie toenail.. Persole, deslrtms to New the property,
will pima, all on (Ito buloiriber, ilning on the lam.
Ternm will be Inatle accommodating. . .
ftlanTO A. PA PP.
THREE FARMS FOR. SALE AT A
(IhI;AT lIARIIAIN, in \l•cn<<i
ONE OF 435 ACRES!
-- —lair •04/41it itLis r of-vor-y-ge.r4 -101fIlity, on.
dergis d fenco, Oardcn paled in. good sized
and comfort:tido Dwelling. Darn, 90xS1 feet, Col
Allngon non,. Meat House, lion
Spring llon-O at n spring of good wnter it. or Ono
Positing, Ono half is under cultivation
' balaneo In
Wood and Timber Sold ram Is situated within
1!_il nines of Chepy Crook, n Stalks on tho haul
n , Ohio Ihdlroad, at which Onto is a Starr,
011ie° 111111 h Fpreps Onkeenher,; all kinds of Produce
ens to sok!. - MnrUushurg,n large nnd lint Phi op;
town, Is 10 sullen &slant, whet.° the highest 'print n
ore pa Idlor all it Inds of Country Prodjueo;4.o:,' miles
di, tent is n Qll:ll,y,xters gcucd Llmestono etio Inn
hod fir three years without o tt, and ran be burnt
for eight rents per lounni.l Tho ?found on almvo
Pllllllllthea the lace sniori;oo•lllinnllnnls IPhrnt , niinl in
11100. limn this 1111101111 t might be doubled, by inn
or Ni '
no Os It nets' well ius Hod !And. This Sum
ho divided to milt porella , ers, mud is Id on en.y
terms. llrlve S . .SI per Ante. Also, one of •-
Two Hundred- marl Fourteen, 41761!
At i2O per ic - rio. Improemonlif comumn. And
Two Hundred and Fou'rken Acre,,
At $l3 per Aero. .14 Improvrtannts. Goad to alre •
power on Lott.
Tito Land on there Farms is of gout, quality, one
'third cleared, end balance in Wood amr 'Hatter,
'Which commands a good mart, et at Cherry Ilan Sta
tion. These Farmsatro sitUlltUd ouo mile from Ch,,,,y
lion Station, on tho 1101tIntoro o Ohio Baltrosd, at
w hith Station Is a Store, Post Office and Expisea Of
gee, and •A mil° Smut a Linuntene Quarry, Nvloo,;'
LID Mow tan to had for throe years for nothing.
Martlanturg Is 13 miles distant:
All Om ahovo li cations lire Teri' huallty. I offer
them a Bargain, as 1 am • old, Levu no family, and
to tell, igd" no to Sleepy Creel, Slat/anon,
tho Ball 111101 . 0 Ohio Barread, to too +111.d1114
%hero llatrillon lame, eoq., 011:111t, MI farm, a ill
. giro ail partioularpond show the farms,
cZALES BY CO.3ISIODORE PORTER;
NJ 'AUCTIONEER: - .. , • . , •
Feli. 16. John (hider, West Dennsberough tewinhip
" - 17. Messrs. McKeehan & Miter, Wllit reLnrbos
- ough iwp.
18 W. A. Dice, Dickinson top. ~'
21.. Henry, Myers, near Shippensburg.' -.
23'. ' Michael Anthony, Wagner's Gilli HOWL
28 Thomas Shover, West Pcnnslano' tAvp..
Mar. 1 A. IC. Longanecto (.:West Pennsboi o' top.
. • 3 ' Geo. Del tsh‘ oyer',lCest Pennshern` twlC.
10 (1. 16.Koset, West Dennsbolo' twp c
" . 11 Chrisllsn Lees, Frank Col il loop. s •
” 17 A. Ehambaugh, Dick i IlHell twin.
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ABDISON BUTTON, - - - -
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A R C II IT E.CT
*B2 Walnut Street, Philadelphia,
PLANS, DESDANS, PL•'RSPRCTIVE Timm
SPECIFICATIONS, AND WORKINd DRAIVINUS,
For ..dottogrx, Farm Houses; Villoo, Court.
hulle r Chu Nitta, Helmut lLmre9. lilt INCI 1' HOOFS:
A. L. SPON:iLIIIL
Reel Eetaie Agent
A. L. SI.vNSLEIL
10,1 Emato Ag..t