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J. M. WEAKI.HY.I
J. M. WALLACE.'
ARCII. - TECT,, ,
532 - i if r alnul Sired, Philacleljillia, Pa.
PLANS, DESIGNS, I;ERSPECTIVE 'VIEWS.
SPECTFWATIONS, AND WORRING DRAWINGS
For Cottages, Farm Itonsen, Villas; Court llowus
Mlle, Churches, School lluUses. FRENCH ROOFS
W. A. ATIVOOD. lAA R. RANO:.
ATWOOD, RthsTCK & CO.,
Wholostkle doitlern in nil' kinds of
.4Pleft.l,ED A.l? SALT FISII
' No. 210 North Wharves,
Above itat.e street,
D ENTISTRY !
DR: J. r. 'Liss,
No. 68 East - Main street,
fow loora east of Oordneex 'Machine SloT,l
Will put to teeth front ';'10 to i' . 2o per het, ne the
taco nutfrequire. Alt wort: warruntol.
1)R. GEORGE , SEA.RIGIVP,
fromthr Bsltitnore College orthottal Sorgery. Office
at the residunee of II IS 111011i1.1 . , I:1,1. 1.11111, street,
three doors lIVIONV Medford.lo.ll.lil)
D R. J S. BENDER,
Hon(EtßATute 1'111'61(1A N.
1)111co i■ the room fmvu•rly oerupiol by Col..nuh❑
DR. EDWARD SCHILLING,
Fortnnly Or 11ichlintoti (ownship, once ton tossistnnt
of hr. Yoitzer, Love Tome to intent the citizens of
Carlisle nal vicinity, lit hi• Into pool momently la
tinted ill thief place.
OFFWE NO. 26 EAST POMFRET STREET
E . L.
S ji ir i l, PlC; (- :: ( 11 :1 1 ,Ci T 1 I
Oilier, 'No. :3 In in.'', Rdw. 104019
F. E. 13ELTZTIOUVEH,
..a2 • ATTORNEY Al' LAW.
oaf, i• Untidy, rOmd,•opp,ito 1100T/2" dry
K..,ldg More. '
11. I'. 11011. Itoll/11 . 1 0. 10011 K. A 1.. \l'lllxl3l, S.
.1011, 1. 5,5411 - z. 11. W. niatrr....:•.
11 ti ( Tip s I k : 1 1. 1 N i,...C(1)t..4
31 A .3 , .T F CT EI) TOBACCO,
N. E. Cor. Third and Market streets,
\VM. B. PARKER,
TTURRICII & PARKER,
~ _ATTORNEYS AT 1.115 ,
tlllli ott 3lttin htreel;in Marionll, ll,Curlh,:, '111..61.
AMES 11. GRAFF/0, Ti.,,
eJ . ATTORNEY AT LAW, •
No. 11 South Hanover street,
ATTORNEY Al' LAW.
Othea in lulling uttachea to 110 e 'p.
pohito dot Court House. ,
jro SEP I I RITNER, JR.
ATTORNEY AT LAW ANL SURVEYOR,
lecluotieststrtt, Pit. 011101. on 'tallow] hlrut.t, t,tt
twoe flortlit.of the Bank.
Iltslinow.prumptly tottll4 - 1,..1 Ilt,
J. R. MILLER, -
- ATTORNEY AT LAW.
°n ice, No. IS South Hanoi, street, c?rptp4lo•
M-Tur C. HEIOLIN,
. ATTORNEY AT I,YW
Carl 9119, Va. N. 9 Itheein'H
• OF TILE PEACE,
P 1411010141, Iteteumtboro l towhit , ,
C l. om tp berlaud County, nr Penn'a,
All Mishima, entmoded to him will receive prompt
SHIRK & 13R0
COMMISSION mEnctiAN TS
Ana dealt, In Coinvry
riNprrtfully s"licis..l. rlpst relserolof. 011'11
No. 1635 :Market street;
SP ANGLER & WILSON,
CARPENTERS! AND.STAIR BUILDERS
CHARLES M. ROGERS,
50, South Hanover St,, Carlisle, Pt
Reepg comtantly on bond n fall ahNorttnynt
sh t t lowest cash print., Particular ttllnntiou pail
to the nor &big of \Yalulots. Cloelot and Jett oily
N. 11.-91lEET MUSIC conhantly on I o
.T. M. WEARLEY W. F. 6.11)1.1.11t.
wEAKLEY & SADLER,
Armin; EN'S Al' LAW.
COlke, 22 South II mover street, out the 15od iS 11
1101(0 11011:10. 141,v1i!
• ATTORNEY AT LA W
Office in Yoluriteor 1)1111 , 1111g, Carlisle.
NkT J. SHEARER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Onion lu nortlimeit corner of the Court Ilonw. IlholiU
WES. B. HIRONS,
ATTORNEY AVD COUNSELOR AT LAW
Fifth street below Chestnut,
Cur. IJ brary,
J. E. Cahtutell's AdvertisemeHt
LMEDAL WATCH 1.7. S
CALDWELL & Co
902 CHESTNUT STIHMT,
Have just received by Steamer another largo mopply
•of the celebrated
Ily manufactured for. t hair salmi ltylltliegEau
Thu. Watcltos aro didingulsltud se oscAling
quality, Style, trial Accuracy,
Laving the most convenient arrangement for IVlnd
• tug and getting, and furnished at a vry modorat
noel. 'Alin, our full lino of •
ALIENEVA,ENDLISII, AND AM?NtICAN
I`TTIE• GOLD •WA Te II E S
• . RollablO Tima-keepera, lu , cver;:r .var July of linish
, ittld price, direct from thetmorkt, with num , -
mit and bast otyloo of •
Gold , Chains, Goals, Keys, & - c., &e,
. P . 0.1 2 . TIfR TURF
SVUNG• • - -
II A a G. A, I N S
' NOW OPENING IN
- 'DOMESTIC GOODS,
Itlti3S (MODS, • - • "
..• - JEANS,
- KißuoNs, '
. NOTIONEI r ;NO
:' • RING'S NEW STORE, • •
• ' No. . 66 WEST MAIN BTIII:Er..± - .
01)poalta' Masiblikuslon - 11Ougo,
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A PERFECr.FEIiTILIZIO. FOR ALL CROPS.
110101VER'S COMPLETE 3LA.NURE,
-L. mode from Soper Plibriolinte of Limo, Ammo
nia, owl Potosi,
Warranted free from adulteration, and
'equal in-quality to, any :sold during
. the last four years..
Thlm immure cora:dos all Um elomouta of Tiara
food 111 0 6,0101t0 foim. Also, food forgiving limtlng
fmtlllt - j• to the you!. _
An uodootal,lo fact. . , .
' Experience• in the use of “Ilower's . Complete Ma•
mare' by the Le,t farmers of 'Pennsylvania, N iv
,Teryey, Delaware, Mary land,,and the Cotton Stu ens
running thrOugh a period of four years' trial, It s,
resolltd in proving it to be TNE BEST FERTIL
IZER OFFERED FOR SX'Llt.
HENRY BOWER, Mann(deturing Chemist.
Gray's Ferryßoad, Philadelphia.
DIXON, SiPiItPLESS & CO,
10 South Delaware avenue, Philadelphia.
105 South elreet, Baltimore,
And. fur Wile by nil leading dealers.
- lOsep7o ant - -
To (he Young Men
now LosT, HOW RESTORED
Juxt publhilimi, a um edition of Dr. Cuiverwell's
Celebrated Emay on the radical cure (without med.
lane) of Spermatorrineit, Or In
voluntary Seminal 'Aimee, Impotency, Mental and
Phyeleal Incapacity, Impudinients to Marriage, otc.;.
nice, Cousumptiom and Fite. induced by
8,861 ndnlgen :e or Sexual Extravagance.
'LAT - Nice, in a sealed envelope,
. • ONLIC,SIX CENTS.
The celebrated author, in th's admirable minty
clearly demonstrates from a thirty yearn' suecessfnl
practice, dint the alarming consequences of self.alinim
may her ad Wally cured, without the dangerous use of
internal mobilna or the nt plicailot, of the knife, ;
pulnling nut a mode of cheat once minplel . certaln
and effectual, by Invaniß of which every sufferer no
matter abut Itai condition may be, may Cure h'Ulailf
cheaply, psi unduly, and radically.
freriThis lecture should be In the hands id every
youth and every 111:lIl in the land.
Sent under sod, in a pinhr envelope, to any address,
postpaid on receipt of sin rents, nri too post stamps,
Also, Dr. Cul verwelne "Marriage Made," price 25
cents. Address the publishers,
CHAS. .I. C. MANE it CO.,
127 thievery, New Toil:, lost Nice Box, 4,656.
C/Tr AD VER TIS Elf Ej".; TS.
Second. Far It, Durability
For lip: UmollipaN4e,l I'r p. rly
4".7• Lnntly,f r its Econonly.`d,4,l
IT ruts le, to valok with Buck Lou t, than
our other White l o ot extant. .The'bono. weight
Vownrs more more atirable, nod intakes
Ni toter work.
BUCK I.KA D Ir the theapert and loot.
First. }'or Intrnbility
Third. l'or ink Uirmrpmssrd Covprlng Properly
Ls;Us, for Its Groat Economy
elnanpinit,lntniltonnist. xud muxt 4w•uLle
Whitt. Point in Qin n °rid.
BUCK LEAD AND BUCK ZINC;
Satiplinvti..ll Guarro.tetql by the Nlnnu facture.
BUCK COTTAGE COLORS,
Preparvd oxpretxly fur l'ithaileg
Cutimme, Outbuildings of every deocriptiom Fences,
&c. or ilillereist Colorri Durable, Cheap,
Uniform, and lkiwitifal Shades.
Sample cards sent by moil , if dehired.
Peale.' Orders will bo promptly 001-.ltol by Om
FRENCH, RICHARDS & CO.,
BY DENBY SAXTON & C0.,4
in Ilito Oils. linigh,Le.,
CALCINED AND LAND
A NY inquiry will receive immediate
lA.Satiditatiinti inn prl, anal analrrial
annsartat, anal Hltliournita promptly made.
:1fu1,70 1 y
SOLID SILVER and
SILVER 'PLATED WARE
Of ns err des rrlpl ion - and lutist denigur, toilful& for
Bridal Gifts, Testimonials, and holiday
lh Iros hmt.r t halt:Wit roger
Ex t mortlistirry inillicoilonta to oluchtts.?re:
“1:(1.11.11ECIITEL, No, 711 i Arch moot,
(0h111.1,1441....1 Stand.) • 2.2040
AGENTS WANTED. Agentswani,
ed, $75 to s2oo , per month, male and female,
to sell the eelebratell and original Common Fonse
Family Sewing Melillo., Improved and perfected; It
willuboin, fell, stitch, tuck, bind, braid, and embroider..
In a most superior manner. Prlve only $l5. for',lm plicit) . and duraldlity.it has no .rival.., .I.ro _not _buy.
Iron; any parties spiting machines under Oho same
same Mime no mom, manse having a Certificate of
Agency signed by ne, 11l they mu n1;111117 cast Iron
UMCIII RIM. For eirctilure terms, apply mtnldres4
If. CRAWYORD & CO.
413 Cherdinit street, IMiladoa.
Pianos, Parlor Organs,
Sixty-five First Prize Medals Awarded
TIIE OItILAT ' ,
BALTIMORE PIANO lAANUFAETORY
WILLIAM KNAllp & -CO.,
kmufacturerx of ..
Grand, Eltpuire, and Upright,
Threw Instruments Intro loran Loreto tin, public fu[[
nonrly 1 111rty yettra,.attil upon thole oneolloneo Montt
attained On 41111mm/tow! pre-ortinelyr, WIIIOII pep,
nouneox them unequalled. Thole - ' ,
• T IV
combines, groat power,ll'wootnetta, , anti* flue singlet,
quality, tot well tta great purity of Intonation, and
8 VA , O t RON throughout tho entire scale.. Thole
• fp 0.u0.H
In laud and elootio, and on tlroly-froo from to NEM
tool found in no lunnyjgo.nom:
IN ir 0 721 Jr A' P
toy are unentatllial:ingin nano 'lst lite xery bed ,
rielusened material, the largo caidtal•einiiloydd 41/Jur
buelnetia enabling; us to keeit'benttiltally intineim
kook of lumber, Ae.i mt inuld. , • . ' ' • •
Jrz.Y. All our FiquarePlanee Iniviour Now Improved
Overattung &ale and the Alma° Treble.' ' • •
roll attention to our late
finprovelnanta In Grata 'Planing and Plquare Grande,
l'atented Augtlet ;14, 1860, which bring th 6. Mane
nearer nerfeetion,thon 1000 yet Wed attained.
= ' . .
Peaia'd fitily 16«rranied fo'r .5 vears.
NVO 11f1VO noldo orronVeinotdo for thu
Polo Agency for tho most rolobrapnl ' ; ,
PARLOA OItGAN'S AND 2AELCiDEgNS,,
Which we offer Wholraale „„a Retail, at I,oriest
Factory Prtem , •
" baled, '
• • Ir`l cionth stlrstroot,
'0•1 1 / 1 .• . '
PLAS 7' E I?
ti u It ,0 ;I .' L U A
Philu:li il bill.
LEGAL ITOTICIPS. •
Extending South Bernet East and West
to the Borough tine.
Ile It °meted and ortlnlned by the Town Connell of
the Ilnrongh of Carltple, nod It In hereby enacted
"and ordained by 1110 authorltyof tho Homo:
That gotttli Street, In mid borough, bo extended
and opened westwardly, at n width of sixty (110).feet,
from College street to the borough Nulls ; and also
eastwardly, at a width of. sixty (60) feet from East
street to the borough Itmllu.
GEORGE E. SHEAtEIt,
Attest: , President of Town Connell.
It. INlcCAnrstn,., Jo,
Secretary to Corpot al ion.
Approved October 11, 1b70„
JOILN S. LOW, Chief Bargees.
•-• The partnership in the Fornarding and Commis•
sion Dusiziestjieretofore existing betwoutois, under
the firm minieOT,Cornelins & llosh, haw this day
been dissolved by mutual eminent.
11. It. CORNELII)S,
Carlisle, Sept. 1, 1570..
TllE undersigned still, continues to
entry fir the Forwarding and Commission
Business, at the old stand. Thankful for past fsTors
extended to the late limn, ho would respectfully
solicit a continuance of the same.
20gep70 11. B. CORNIILIUS.
NOTICE is hereby given, that the fol
lowing trust accounts have been filed In the
Pro:honotary's Office, and will be presented to, the
Co tot of Common Pleas of Cumberland county for
contirthation on Wednesday; November le, 1870. vl2
I. Account of John McCurdy, committee of It 11.
McClure, a lunatic.
2, , First and final account of John Iteetom,
sign 143 of Joseph C II even under deed of yolantary
assignment for bentfit of creditors.
3 First and final account of Daniel Fettrort-,
Nif, , lloo of W. W. Darr under deed 01 Tni un Lary assign ;
nient for benefit of creditor.
AV, V. CAVANAUGH,
Carlini°, Oct 11, 'TOG. Prothonotary,
IVOTICI . 3.
The partner+hip in the Drtf.f and Book litodneaa,
heretofore existing between on, under the name of
Iluverst!elf Brothera, haft Ode day been disselved'hy
mutual conaent. The boolof of the late firm are In
the Immix of Ilendr!rson S flays, who are authorized
to reflect an sumo doe to, and neitle all areenots
l;ulst ihe 111110.
,JOS. 8., lIAVERSIICI.
S. A. 11AV ERSTICK.
Carthile, Oct. 1,1t . , 70. 1301.170.4 t
1101110 CLAMATION.—Whereas the
Hon. It °rollout, President Judge of the
several Courts COllllllOll Pleas of the enmities of
Cumberland, Perry, and Juniata, and Justice of the
several - Cotatn of Core end Termini, and General
Jell Delivery in said counties, and the How Thrones
P. Matron.' the How 11,40 Stuart, Judge. of the
Courts of Oyer and Tcraiiio and tit:maid dull Deli,
cry for the trial of all )(`,le and other offenders, In
the raid comity tallumb 'land, by their precept tout'
directed, dated .2ndo August, 1070, have ordered
the Court of Oyer nod Terminer and General Jail
Delivery to be holden at Caliole, on the 14th of
November, 1870, being the wiernd Monday, at 10
o'clock In Ow forenoon.
Notice in hereby given to the Coroner, Justices of
the Peace, and Conntables of the said county of Cum . -
berlaba that they are by the said precept! cool
manded•to be then and there In their proper person!,
with their rolls,
record, and inipdmittoun, examlint•
Onus, and all other remembrances, to do It nee things
bide!, to their offices appertuin to be done, and-all
illooe that are homed by recognionnees to prosecute
against the prisoner, that are or then 01311 be In the
Jail of said I taira, are to ho.dliew to prosecute thein
a. - stall be Dint.
JOSEPII C. THOMPRON,
Sheriff's Wire, Carlisle, I Sbeolf.
Sept 15, 1070. I I."isep7o
LCitIITS MA/intent:try on the estate of Susannah
IC/Ammeter, late of Frankford tom oship, deceit:led,
have been gonted by the Ilaninter of Cumberland
county to the subscribers, residing in rout township.
All lemons Indebted to 'add estate will pleatte-mo-kn ,
payment, and those having claims to present them,
duly nothent sated, to the M 1,1,1411.1 for settle
WILLI A\4. R. BLOSER,
22x.1)70.nt Exee Wore
-- Notice is-heroby• givpo, 014 application will.bn
"Inat.hwte the next Legislators, for the Incorporation
of a hook of Deposit and Diecoont, to be located in
Carlisle, Conlberlatol county, Pn, to he called the
FArtners' Dank," With n capital of Fifty Th•usand
Deßars, with the prhilege 0r increasing to Doe !lon
Steam DlMina Establishm'estt.
ST EAM DV 1:1511 AND I:I,EANSIii6
E S 'l' All S ;LT ENT
orricE .110 Nr Ait k sT.,
rent Reduction in Prices
Oudot; greatly rtylueod tho ok all kinds of
work nt our ertubleililoOli, wn curolfer groder
docemontx t,partles having work to do I's our like
than toy other Mallll9ltoleut In Pennsylvania.•
Wr nre 1111 W prereLred fur
Fan and Winter•Dyeiag,
1,, and on nil falorks,
ii ven Ggpotln of all Itiodv
Ludien', and ttorutoutF,
cletttoo•tl and dyed in tiw 'wet uuuuu•p fluid.,, ar
rapt. I to give mttittfact:ott.
Crape Showln anti J ed in
❑uruunJN rlvansed aml scounal, and
mole to look equal to new.
All work done at lids ,allnlolialvnent warranted to
A lI,We u,k is to gis.• or it trial
All work tent to Us 1,11 the tlrul of the uo,k I,u
ready by III:n[1[116y.
JAS. A. MONTGOMERY A Co.
Cheap John's Advertisement.
A OAINST FRANC K.
The 14141,011 e "00 by
C JO - 11 N
In selling goods at prices to suit, the
PeoP l 0
DIIIIII , CP and Blitzen rate kotnint cs, that
Cheap John can mall blx MollAna...Moil, 1110 5i14.0.
Hato, Shirt, CoHarm, de., fifty per 1.04 cheaper than
any olla.r.l.unain being?
AllrlVlrr-lk`. • 111. 11 he, p - ,Outi 10
,Illg Fil . ol filly
If you 00010 to Iltuap .1,11111, at holly Nyol9lo, he
FINE CALF BOOTS,
A Whole Suit of Fall Clothing,
• at $8 00
And 17110. thrown In tlo In•galn
See Cheap John, being poor, its the friend
of the poor man
lll4laro of Lun[noun In in tiao I,lllllllng
'ATTACIIIM TO FItANICI;V:CIIOUSE
In tear of the Court House. '
Apt Ejectioit for Bank 7ifr&3!oes:
An elect Inn fot• 'of .tho' the honk,
Cornell; Pa., wgl,hu lipid at tbio Nuking 1100su,
Monday, the reriofh dad q Nonviaber Str.rt,l.OfiV4l.ll
thn haum or one nuil,threo ,q'clogivp. M. f.;'
• • „. ,J. C. 110}THII,
• nr • Clahlet.
.Carl Dopelt Minh,
LIE Animal Bloc4icri for Nino T
tent or the 'lntik N Ilhol log'd, rat tho litnokitig
llooso. 40 the third Monday, ttOenty- first of .11orthlte) 4
neat, botyieoc the haute Of AO 0, to. nod tt .14 to.
' J. P. lIASSLEkt,
20oet70•Int . ' _ OtieLlei•.?
- ,VOU pan . obtain, Dyo.,§,tuffs; Vorf
npttleo, and Nancy ,Aritele4, Vavet‘
ottck'n. Phytdelano' , - preettltdltant carefully: curdr
pounded at pll there. , • , .
- • • J. 11.•11A.VERST101(,,• •
i• T i oe iiii N . 9.5 Baul4lianot:o.t,idi•e4,,patliaP; f
CARLISLE, PENN'A, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27, IS7O
SOUTH MOUNTAIN IRON CO!S.,
Ofdeb of, General Superintendent, 1
Carli s•••., te, Pa., October 3, 1870. .1
'liana RUN As Por.tows,i
1 A. N.
Leave Carlisle (0. V. It. It, Depot) 6.33 2.50
" Junction' 0.10 - , 3.00
" Mt. Holly 7.20 3.40
llonter's Ran 805 Arrive 4 00
Arrive at rine Grove . -845
LfllVe Ph. GrOVII,
CLIMBERkAND VALLEY R. R
CI 6E OF i(OURS.
On and after Thursday, inns 10, 1070, Passenger
Trains will nw daily, an follows, (Sundays excepted):
ACCOMMODATION TRAIN leaves Harrisburg
'8:00 A. M Mechanicsburg 5.35, Carl Isle 9:1 I, Newville
9:47, Shippensburg 10:20, Chumborsburglo:44, Green
castle 11:16, Arilving at Hagerstown 11:45, A. Y.
MAIL TRAIN leaves Harrisburg 1:31r, P. M 31e..
chnniesburg 2:09. Catlislo 2:40, Newilllo 3:15, Ship
penshurg 3.45, Chtunbersberg 4:20, Greencastle 4:65,
arrivino at Hagerstown 5:25, I X.
EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Ilarrisbarg 4:15. P It,
Mechanicsburg 4:47, Carlisle 5:17, Nowville 5:611, Ship
pensburg 6:17, arriving at Inunhersburg 0:45, PM.
A MIXED 'fICAIN leaves Chambersburg 8:00, 2 m
Greencastle 9:15, arriving st lingrrntuwn 10:00..2 II
tA ST 11 - A lip !
ACCOMMODATION TRAIN leaen Cilainhernburg
5:00 A M, Silippensburg 1:29. Newlin° Cala, Carlini°
6:33, Mechanicsburg 7:12 arriiliig nariklairg
A M. . .
MAIL TRAIN leaven go: town 8:00 AN, (I reen
vitAlle 8:30, Chamberaburg 9:40, Shipponsbarg 9:40,
Norville 10:10, Carnal° 1050, ldeelmniealourg 11:24
arriving at Harrisburg 11:50, a. a.
EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Hagerstown 12:00
Greencastle: 12:28, Ulninilaa shuns 1:05, Eh ippenaburg
1:37, Non:vino 2:10, Carlisle 2:50, Mechanicabritg 3:18,
arriving at Harr isiourg 3:50, e v.
A MI X ED-TRAIN leaves Hagerstown 38.5. r
Greencastle 4:12, arriving at Chrimbersburg 5M5, P v.
41 - 4 - Slaking :lose ma:motions at Ilarliolati:g with
trolon to mod from Philadelphia. New York. Washing.
ton, Baltimore, Pittsburg, nod all militia Wait..
0. N. LULL. Supt.
Superintendent's 011 lee, Chainb . g„ April 35, 1870.
RUMMER TIME TABLE.
Eight Trains (Daily) to and from Phila
delphia. and Pittsburg, and Two
Trains Daily to and from trio
SUNDAY, JUNE 12,
Pannenger TriliMl of the P. nnnylntaia
ant, any trill depart from Ilarrlnburg . nod
and Itltlebarg an foliated:
2 10—Philadelphiii Express loaves Harrisburg
daily (except Monday) at 2 10 a. tn., fleet arrives at
Kent Philadelphia nt 0 30 rt. tn.
' S 20e - E3st Line leave.; Harrisburg daily (except
onday) at 521 n.lll , and valves - al W!,?st Philadel
phia at 9 35 a. m.
Mail Thin loaves Altoona daily (except Sunday)
at 3 00 p. at„ and arrives at Harrisburg at 9 10 p.
10 45—diuriiiimti Express leaves,Harriaburg duty
at 1045:p. nl., and arrlies - at Went Philadelphia nt
8. ;pi—none Expr., loaves Ilarrixburg dotty
at 0 38 n In., aud lariees at West Philadelphia nt
12 20 p. ne
12 45—ER1E EXPRESS leaves Ilerrisluirg dour
(except Sunday) at 12 45 p. m., and an Ives at West
Philadelphia at 5 01 p.
Harrisburg Accommodation leaves Altoona daily
(Sunday excepted) at 7 10 a. In., and arrives at
risburg atl2 40 p. in.
bs—llarrinburg AceounitodatlJu leaves Harrill
burg at 3 40 p. nt., and atriv a at Phi adelphla at
0 40p m.
7 01—Lancaster Traln, via Mount Joy, leaves
Harrisburg daily (except t-unday) at 7 00 a. m., and
arrives at Went Philadelphia at 11 55 a. M.
4 15—Frie Yak Line urn, for Erie, leaves Har
risburg daily (except Antiday ) at 4 Ili p, m., arriving
at Erie at 7 ~.0 5 a. In
.3 20— ERIE MAIL west, for Erie, leaves Harris
burg daily at 3 20 a. m., arriving at Erie at 7 40 p m.
12 15—Cineinuati Express leaves Harrisburg dolly
tezcept Stualav) at 12 16 u. m arrive) at Altoona at
2 40—Pittsburg Exp.. leaves Harrisburg daily
(except Sunday) at 3 30 a, tn., arrives at Altn.ona at
03 a. m, takes breakraet. and arrivee nt Pittsburg
lat, s 2 p.
4 10—Pacific Expre, learns Ilarrieburg daily at
2 04 a in., arrlvas at Altoona at 0 07 aftn) , takes
bra4defont and arrives at Pittsburg at 20 a. to.
Fast Lino loaves Harrisburg daily (except Snntlay)
at 4 10 arrives at Altoona at 8 12 p. uL.,,takes
supper and arrives at Pittsburg at 12 12,a in.
51ai1 Train loaves Harrisburg daily (except Sun
day) at 1 00 p m., arrives at Altoona at 0 30 p.
takes supper sand arrives at Pittsburg at 1, 50 p an.
Way Paesetiger Train loaves liarrenburg daily (ex•
rcpt Monday) nt 7 45 a. m , arrives at Altoona at
2 20 p. an., and at Pab10..., at 10 20 p..m.
SAMUEL A. 'BLACK,
Supt. 31 aid le Div. Pv
Hart isburg Apt it 30:1870.
MyAday, Suptember 5, 1870
OREAT TIIUNIC LIN F 1 FROM Tlll7 North and
North-West for ploiloodelooloia, New York, Reading,
P..ttrville, Tamaqua, Ahlolotood, rhanookin, lo.basion,
Allentown, Easton, Ephrata, Litiz, Lancarter,• Co.
I noubia, Ac., Sc.
Trains Ravo Ilavoishoorg for New York, no follow,:
At 0:33, 8:10, 8:50 ts no, and 2:30 p to, connecting
that similar trains on Pon.outylvania Railroad, and
arriving at New York at 12:10 noon, 3:50 and
111:00 p tu, respectively. Stooping Cara accompany
the 5415 a la traitor %Moult ehoompo,
Returning: Lease New Volk ut 0:00 IL no, 12.00
noon, and 0:00 is no, i•loilatlolphia, ate 0:15 a to. and
-3:30 p no. Sleeping Lars aneompany the 6:00 pon
train from Now l'ork, will, at charge.
Leave Harrisburg for 1: Pott,ille, Tama
n., Id inorovlllr, A.doland, r hamokin, Allentown and
Philadelphia, at 8:10 a on, 2,50 and 1:10 p on, a op
ping at LONWIOII and princip It way stations; Ihn
4:10 p at train routoectingfor Philadelphia, Pottsville
and Columbia, only. E..r Pottsville,
Haven ',tot Auhura, via Elelonyllo 111 and Sonaptenanna
Itvlin.:ol, intim Ilarrislourg at 3:40 p
Earl Pennsylvania Italloomi trains leave Reading
for Allontown, Emolou, soul Nan . York, at 7:23, lloolpt
10.40 a on, nn0P4:415 pqn, 11,turning, bravo Now York
at 9:011 a m, 12:00 noon and 0:00 p in, a. 0 Allentown
at 7:20 n m, 12:25 noon, 0;45 p
Way Passenger Train leavos Pholso4lplOla at 7:36
it in, connecting with toltallar Hain out East Pennsyl
vania Railroad, returning from rlteading at 6;3; p 111
ttolll/111g fitOt10119: .
Leave P. 4 bovine at 5:40 and 0:30 a in, and 11:311 p nit
Il e roub.n, tot 10:110.a In, Platoon:Alto:at '5:40 and 11:05 a
on, Ashland, at 7:05 a on, and 12:311 .00., 31elostony
City, at Morn too, and 1107 p on; T,tuntemo. at 0;13
on, and 5,20 p no, for Philadelphia and Now York:
Leave POlnville oittBolnivlkill. and dusquelattotal .
Railroad, at 8:15 n too, for IlarrEbotrg, nod 12:1/.0 poop;
for Pine Grove and Tretnotot.
. Rending Accommodation Train loan. a Prottnilllti
0:10 a no, patron Reading at .7:30 a on. arriving at
Philadolpilla at 10:2U - lloturtilog, leaner PiAlto• -
tio'ploloo nt 6u05 to no, passing Readibg at 0:1)11 p no, nr. ,
11011,5 at Pottsville at 11:11) p m. ".
Po' notown At commullatlun Tnolp„leaves Vol tstoWn
at 1:25 a re!urooloni leaven Philadelphia at 1;00
Columba. Railroad trains leave llaiall. g at 7:20 a
at, and 033 p fi:r Ephrata; 1.1E6, Laneatv, C4l.
Imabia, • .
Perkin:nen lt•diroad leave Perkier:lon Jur:-
Um at 7:10,11:05 a in, 3.40 and 13:35'n in; raarning,
leave Rchwertkavil re at 0 31,• 3:10 h in, 12:50 noon, and
4:40 p m, e• nructing wftb similar trains onßealling
Colebroulniala Railroad, ral nn leave Vottatuw n, at
0:411 a In, and 0,3 'lento liltf'Pleltie
ant at 7.00 and 11:25 a • rd., no• at c:iog with Flutilar
trains on Reading Railroad. .• '
Cl:peter Talley Railroad rAina leave Bridgeport it
0:30 a zu, awl XlO5 and 5:02 p m ; 'returning, . 1 . 3 1 , "
DowningtoUlt.at 0:20,a 1 . ..:45 noon, and 5;45 put.
connecting tealed on Beading Railroad,
On Eitudayut lware,Now Ywit at 5:00 item, Phila
delphia, at 8:00 a an,lasul 3:15 p ui, (thp,B:oo a in, train,
running only to Reading.) leave Nottoville at 8:00 a
m; leave ,Ilarrh)♦trg at 5:36 n in. and 430. p pt;.
leave Allentiip n at 7:25 a nr, and 805 Ii ni; leave
Rending at 7:ls'a m iind 10,0511 ni; for flattest:Mg
at 7:23 4 rn, , for Now Yuri' n' 4:45 p nu:for 'Allen. ,
town, and'at 0:40 a ler, and 41:26p m y for Phi hultlphia.
CommutittiOn; Mileage,. &aeon Sehuiil and },xcit r'•
slew tickets,-to and from all pilule. nt redniied
Baggage checked through . ; ono. hundred pounda
allowed each prol , :enget.
1t dhtg, 14,0 en, /•, le ,
A at $2 50
ULCERS I TUMORB , I - CAIWERBiI
1 Pr. tillunot„tho Canclit luyth
IMPritrll street t Prof. atli ntrlot,
0 kit 01:
aro making ilutpulelilug Mires' of foll Ulcorr ' "Mituorai
and Cancera, 4Y NIRIr ovNoll
out Um knife or mingle tnodlclno, and with but MOO
Pahl. EvarY• root awl filmOilellied.o , ll,raupyad,
If taken lu time, print r,Mgru. hi/warrior bosom
PrOlbationi,••Altll If 'llugur 'trohtinento;
tepr. adrarllsonieuta. • Np, otbarsilliaro- tlioun .trallt;
Niahl koteitjr 9! 0
tlaulnpa fond fin. prmilar. Nall,,,pr, r i gal ; aa orp:
Ivlpilknni` ••• '• " •. • • ;.? •' •
MITE undersigneti,- dffOil; fQr gale tho
honswin.whlch ho nqw resithoqNo.l3l North
Ilanototr [droop JTJto !hound hnoilliroo rothrto bra
0,11r56 flour, foueroocPß an sargnil.; M.A.
6j4 u4ln. ple cuid - wittfOninoutin. potworottntt glvnn .
OA Fan, If rognlrod, , , r
'66170'.4t* • •••' ',% 4.'DAT1,11."".
.9.45 • 4.20
10.05 • 4.46
F. C. ARMS,
' l .l!rein' cal
For Sale—Valuable Real Estate
VALUABLE - PROPERTY'
AT PAIATE SALE
Situated on tin, fonth sido of the Yellow Broaches
creek, In Penn tamable, about owl and one-fourth
miles noutlienet of Centreville, nod along tho line of
the 31Immar Railroad—now being built, containing
112 , Aorcia and 70 PercheS,
-20 acres covered .with large Plno, White and Black
Qnk Timber. -The improvements are n '
TWO-STORY BRICK incittsn,
Wash hoses and Summer 'Kitchen, a good Mtge
Baru, (old style), a largo Irea.m• Shed and Cribs,
with Hog Pen and Carriage noun attached, two
choice Apple Orchards, In good bearing order, tai
gather with peaches, peAre,. cherries, and grapes.
.Alson nom failifigwelbof water at the dour. ' Also
a No.l garden
The land is Ina high state of celtivittion, under
fence, and theimprovementa are In good order.
The location lea ilbeirable one being near n chard),
mill, and achoollieued. ;• -
Also'a Tenant Ilona° An the abovetract of land.
Pomona wishing to view the fawn can do no by
calling upon the anbacriber reeidina on the prom lots.
ORPHANS' COURT' HAI;E
Ora Thureda,y, November 17, :1870
By virtu of an order' of the Orphans' Court of
Cumberland county, the subscriber yip sell, on, the
ptemlees, at one o'clock' in the Of tee . rthert of said day,
the following valuable real 'eState, the property of
the late William Wise; eittnited In South Middleton
township, on tho York road; within three quarters
of a mile of Boiling Spring., congisting of a Farm of
Limes tono Land, containing
ONE lIIINDRED 'ACRES,
in a high elate of cultivation, and having aim eon
TWO-lITOIIY BRICK DWELLING 110118 E,
Bank Born, Wagon elan], Corn erlbe. 11,g Pens,
Carriage House, a. splendid _Young .bearing orchard,
and other Improvements, all iirgood order and con
dition. .11 Is, ih all respects, one of tho very best
farms in the comity for beauty. or location and fer
tility. It line on It a very valuable SANDBANK,
that has been opened arid worked to saute extent:
Also, on the same day and at. the same pinee, he
Will sell a
TRACT OF NOUNNIN LAND,
ituntud In the same townably; bounded by Irma of
Benjamin Kaufman, and C. W. and IL V. Ab I, con•
lb ACRES AND 1,1. PERCHES.
and well wwered with Writing oak and clwptnut
Teruo mole known ou - tho tiny of Ream - - -
W. It. LINE,
Moan is Executor of William Wier
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
AT PRIVATE BALE. '
The subscriber, wishing to I ellequisli (aiming,
tiers at private sale
TWO VALUABLE LIMESTONE FA8313,
situated in Monroe township. between the York
road and the road leading to liolling.itpringa, n abort
mile from Churoldown, nod 1!'"4,. tulles from Bolling
No. 1 contains about.7s ACRES, mote
or leer, of drollery Liniestomf land, to u high state
of cultivation. The improvement/I are n g. od two
story Farm /louse, mitt. Wirth House nild other out
buildings. Aleo, an excellent new Trunk tlonso,
and a largo Bank Bern, with wngon abode, corn
cram, and other necessary. oulbuildinee.
Thin form bee two splendid springs of 'running
water from which every field might , easily be sup
plied-- Three rprlnge feed two splendid trout ponder
There is also a good Orehefd of.Choleu Fruit, such as
Apples, Pears, Poncho., Cherries, Sm.
No. d contains about 70• ACRES of ex
q,lll.l. t 14lniostoneilprol,_initraPInto order.. Thu
impro - ilquenia: are a double tnolitory Weather
boardedliouse. with Kitchen. Bake House, .k.c. A
Promo Bath, recently repaired, with Wagon Shed,
Corn Cribs, and other out-buildings attached,.
An excellent Apple Orchard, with a large quantity
of Cherries and othi, choice 'fruity, aro around the
bulltlinaa. A good Wall of water and a large ch tern
at the boom
If dem!ntbld a Tract of WootNnEl for each p:itec. la
Teri - one wishing to view Moen propertiee can do on
by calling on the entscriber 'rankling on-the road
leading .from Churchtown to Bolling Syringe, about
ono mile east °rifle latter- place r dr-nyon-.Willlam-H.
Luta,l rlog close '
21un070 JOHN LUTZ.
A VALUABLE SLATE, FARM
AT PRIVATE BALE
The undersigned offers nt private sale, that callow
hie Tract of Slate :Land, situated 134 nilhe north of
Carlisle; - 1 . 111 the right slits of tho road leading to
SlirINF, Cumberland county, con
1 5 - A CRE S,
of which 25 ere timb.•r.
The tract hi Writhe! Into two Pectlone, end will tow
sold separate or it one body as may sett thu per
elleStr. The hnpronemente• on the Mon.!. Tract
TIVO.ETIACY YEIASI HOUSE;
with Frame Summer Home, large Frame Barn,
Wagon Shed, two never feilhtg. Wells of excellent
water, and n young apple orchard. The land Is in a
high state of cultivation, and under goad fences.
The smaller tract, adjoining the 31ansion Farm, ex
tends along the Sulphur' Spring road, on whit It In
NEW TWO STORY BRICK /LOUSE,
with Fianna Summer House, detached; n handsome
Frame Barn; clad, Grapes; Fruits of all It little in
abundance. d well of good water and a eintern rte.,
Terms easy to suit purchasers.
Persona so sluing to vier• the property r 11l cull en
the undersigned, residing on duellist tenet described,
or Ull J. C. Shirk, busmen., Agent, nut the Pre:J.llu
Rouse, Nn. 4, Cranele, Pe
1 lung7o am. PETER STOCK.
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
AT PRIVATE SALE
Tha eult,cribor will volt at private male a Tract of
1,1111(41[one Land, nituated • in Sileer Sprung torrodop,
01[111)00:VW county, on the road leading front New
Kingtdon to Nlechanieebovi r ono mil. (onto the rail
road, and thr, railed went of Medutnicvbarg, con•
Two or !litre serum lu ,good Timber. The land, fs
limestone, under "good cultivation, well fenced, end
hits been recunt'y
Th.: Improvements consist Of It
TWO.STORY WEATIIHRBOA Rita, lIOUSIt,
Wash Manse, Smoke Ilona°, Wood ebed, good
Bank Barn, with Wagon Shed and Corn Crib attoehed,
Hog Pen, lout other neeteittory outbuildings, all In
good repair, us good y, um; Orchard or Choice Fralt,
ronainting of opplex, poncho., pooto, and gdtpen of
different varieties, never foaling well of water near
the Itotise and .1 good cistern tv the door. 45010UiS
And chnirher COl,Ol/I.t.
Any perern A'lnltiug to view n e prellliarß will CM]
111 the NlllolCriller, who will at oil (111.8 lnkv pleasure
in .howirg the property.
'• • •
net large end c(nuntodtous 'MICR DIVELLINO,
with Litora Room, Shots. Jr.'., as now occupied by
\Visitor Jr Cloudy, on the 'south side or West 31alit
Street, Carlisle. n few floats west of the Public Square.
The mein building Is lice.' stories high in front, :to
feet wide, and 213 fret In depth. Tho buck building
is Iwo stories high, 20 foot wide, and 65 feet deep,
with n number of Tuevenient outbuildings for Wash
11ouse, 4e, A Hester Is eructed 1p front collar, w.th
registeis, calculated to warm • go d pot at the
tabling ; an also bathing ;apparatus, taaallier with
(hot nod Water Fixtures tittotish the house. A good
Clah'ru.nnd llnl rant Ito the ) art!.
The let is :24G ot sin op. and on. the foot thereof Is
two Aeries high, 33 feet, frentitig eu Chtirch
'and 34 fret deep. of col as - i Motor Shop, &e. The
r. perty la tumor the room .liointble In the borough,
and the ',miler. Mr. J. D. th rgan, honing t entered,
It h tbkrefore offered al p iv te.ale
,For into. nutt.ou apply to
, .2 . .'n0p70 "' J. W
AT rlt IVATE SALE.
multralated offersi tho pillferty hi~e'phli La
'yealnot on Eolith Gaunter troot, In the borough of
itlorllalo, at iirivato solo, mud If not nub% before
1l illnaduy~ flit wished/ day of .iyoretaber
tho tminn will 110 Illierea id public line , lit the Cenrt
Move, di otte o'clock p. m. '
'" 9hn libprovomonta'ato e'large and aillimodlnlix
11RICt;AND•9TONIL 'DWELLING 110E9E.
„ . .
twd.etorles high ;rontellking eight rooms. '1 . 1...r0 Is
n good elet..mt: In the yaed, and a well 01 eltmlbmt
ivater within, 30 feet of Ile propilly. ,
l'ho lot 14.22 by 18i)felitowIth 'a le•go eiriblv at the
lower end.of. It, alilehhaa beint,recently built.
the , honor line /Acta re.modellid and' lodated
throagliont within the lest year. The property, le A
very deetrable eye, 1111 it ll' located on coo otthe• moist
protalattlthnd leatltmea to In thulo.sra ,,
TOWN Very moderate. r
Vol—farther partienTlOK ea on nr.addreex - ' '
, . , , , WILLIAM IL BUTLER, '.
29d0v70 ' , ellailill., Pl.llll'll.
T LIE "I3ENTZ HOUSE,'".:
( - .F:cirtnO•ly e:9rp!a,7l 119 use,)
NOEII, 17 AND I.9EABT VAIN ISTRICHT,
CAVLIBLE, PA. •
1. ,• t• ! • • • •••
• . Tho under,dgued purchase/1 and entirely
is titled, and furnlohod anow-throuf Pont, .with that.
•eliss furniture, this wt,lll.known, and old 04.1/polled.
liatol,'soliclia rho mdipn' °Villa ' comninalty and
triivalliiir public. If° la, WcII psomr to rurntal
brit pima awronmodationo la all' who topito
a botal,ibelr.llo:Wor 01%04114'4n wary. abodo.
Tho,,puippa from thu,onrronillmr,ppun rx,loraop.ort
ijourtnium `Ad littelitfvogurranth aro
1 / 1 19 Popular hotal • ,/, •
' i •
11Mall 7 AIENT7 . Prpprl •
..m11.1::, di Prot chum liviso' Id. obnuecit4 with thin
ufidur thin inaiiu,nicut or doilinit 1,, Sterner ti
I 80ap0Oly •• • • •,/ L• !'
XTATION 110 TEL.
• , . CAlMplig 11.4
Tho:.iindbralgue4l-Ilafltir tetCod iinOntlivly ro
lattod A wl rufpithoOzttlichotpl.lik hropAro4 to flitnlsl
c,e,qoqtuiodatigptp All,. patronage
tot, tuitlio I.
.tllO r bohlb: 'A sliiko' of" ttib tho Oar
'root - tiling • reautitry":;fratiollhiht publlo , tiolhiltod
, IttIVE4P largo And, copifortahlo. ;:"L'o l, lo bhp
A. SPONSERWS COLV:MX
L 'BPONBLEI3, • ' ' '
..c . a... . ,
I Rea F . tante Agent, Seri rener,'Conveynneer, Too it-
Mee and Olnlut Agent. Office Mel,, Street, near
Centre Square, .
At tho Court Rouen, in tho borough of CarliAv, on
Friday, the twenty-eighth of October instant,
dint ♦alunblo priCitte residence, sittinted at the west
4,d 'of tho botoilgh of Carlisle, near Mckinnon Col
lege, known rye thu itldelintcek Property"
owned by tlohty Snydel..
TlioLot conlnlna 70 feet In front an I 000 feet In
depth-fronting on Loth Main nod Lontlie: iamb,
Tho imprdvernenteconslst of an
ELEGANT AND,COMMODIO I / 8 MANSION,
situated near , the zentro of the grounds, fronting on
;Main.street, tiniehod In, the .best manner, and with
convenient outbuildings. The grounds are taste-
Jung laid out,. nod aro Nvoll studded with fruit and
. °roam.lid trees; and shrubbery of the choicest kind.
Salo to commence at 11 o'clock a. n on said day,
',Then duo attendance will be, glean and terms main
• • • A. L. SPONSLER,
13.110 Heal Dilute Agent. •
VALUABLE PRIVATE RESI
DENCE FOR HALE.
LBltynto on South .11anercr street, Carliele, now
. ned by Min. Weehtnood, late the property of Ben
edict Le ht,' The lot fronts on Ildnoror ntroet, 00
feet, and extends back the same width 2.10 that to an
alley. 'The Imptovethente Ore a largo . r,..
Two-Story Fraine House,
with verandah in front, containing double parlors,
ball, chamber, dining room, and kitchen on lower
floor, hod six 'chambers and bath room on the seeend
story. ORS and water have been introduced. There
is a large Stable arid ;Carl:lege flailed •at the foot of
the lot. The lot is well , studded. with I rnatnuntal
trees stur elirubbbry, I elided fruit of alinoie everj ,
doom lotion, and'Gropee of the weal choice selection
A. L. SPPNSLER,"
115sep70 lieu] Estate Agent, Carhsle..
.V IRGINIA LANDS in the Slienan
"dpah Valley for,nile,—A number of valuable,
and highly iniproved' fanner In " the Val ley'' are of.
fored for auto.. The tructe run from 00 to 350 acres
Thu lend la of the blot quality of limestone, fully
equal, if not superior, to the land. In Cumberland
Valley, and will. be disposed A at astonishingly low
figures. glie eafension of the Cumberland Valley
Railroad into Virginia, no now surveyed, will run
Immedlidely t‘M'otrgli the fo• tlott of country in
Whlsh 111b1.0 tonne 011, holed;' Whit:ll,lolPD - COlll ,
plated, together di th the atlven , nge of the Shenan
doah river tranaportatitm will givy them all the ad
vantagra of Norther 0 and Easta , rn markets. A
splendid oppotturlity for Mclntire In•ottnents Is
A flip and minute cleticrlption of the location and
eintxticter of the entities [mete may be bed, by up
plying to A. L. PPONSLEII,
17m1C70 Real Estate Agent, Carll.lc.
ORE BANK FOR SALE.—A ricl de
-- posit of the best (lenty Ifertuatie Ore, yield
ing al per oent, comprising about 18 Acres, located
'ln Monroe township, about, Iwo ranee from the Iron
Works of C. W., & D. V. Aid, on the sott,th side of the
Yellow Broeches creek. There is natreuni of water
running throuelt the tractonthelerit fur washing the
ore, 61111 furnishing water-power besides.
Persons detilions of viewing the bank piny moll
upon George W, Leidich, at ''Lehlich's for,
merly known no Bricker'. Mill, in Monroe township,
Cumberland county, or upon
Real l'Atttic Agent,Carlinli.
ASIiER FOR SALE.—An ex
- -celleot Ote-Wireher; it the Ih
e Ore-- Book-of -Goorg " W v-
W. Lehllch, lleikrly new. Will be sold very low. Al.•
ply to A. L. SPQNSI.KIA
jOh IL S. Base Com p(iii y
PACIFIC GUANO COMPANY.
CA P ITAL, 11,000,001.
JOHN' S. REEST? & "CO.,
122 Soutli'llelaware ave., Philadelphia,
10 South Utreet, I3altjmore.'
SOLUBLF, PACIFIC -GUANO
No 1.1111.1 I ntrodonol to the Col.. of 11.
•1111t11 , . ,mid S.lll3vra. Stat. Inin.wheti l or 'Onera
nvi uniform walslavtiou than LIIIN guano
onkitnoptlon la..w I higniAligml .ntlro t,lint.l7 far
%recall that 01 any other lartihtler
oapitul hwely l In it.
IThrdal tlu• hurtled oturt,ittru of lu collllllll.l Yield
ell e. Tho company bad a ar graler-Intvroll In
he per.totwooi , 442r-Oltt, thin no, number of
eu■ biter; i1.q1,13 II Inn llio Itl,liest In crest
compaoy In pat the bext. ferlilly.or Into 111111.
ket, wet their Ittmid kg, the bent
.riantillt. ability CLIP
Thin bold nt ittuill.) hint! iigeutii I jibe
gooloraly thrboall of Now Jorsoy. Deloworo, loon
haulm, noel the : , ....tLern Stab* and •1 w holvattle
U•nural dguulc for Itho Company:
lloop Skirt Manufactory.
1:1 lI9PKINS' PHILADELPIIIA
t.l fluor immix MANU7.q,II)ItY,
140. I,lls•Chestnut Street, (Girard Now,)
Arun.).lyo2.B Arch St., Philattflphitt
- A complete assortment of all the new
Fall Shaks of Our Celebrated "Cham
pion" Hoop Skirts, in every length and
size, together with our own make of
"Keystone" Skirts, (second' quality,)
and full , lines :of good tatsterit made
Skirts, for male, wholesale and, retail, at:
Prices:just reduced below those of any -
former 'season. Our Chanipion Skirts
more than -sustain ; their 'reputation for •
superiority over all others, and are now
sold at such prices as will meet Die Views.
~and are warralited in every 're
Corsets ! •Corsets'll Corsets !!! Our •
assortmentof Corsets contains over 100
kinds and prices, and includes' every
desirable kind, suell'as Thomson's Plove
Fitting; J. Beckel's, R. Werly'S ' Madam
Foy's, and Mrs. Moody's Patent Self-a
Adjusting Abdondual Supporting", Cur-
Teta in all'grades, together with
and Children's, and every grado'of
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lIOIV WE COLONIZED KA SSA S.
BY HON. 8. C. I'OMEROY, UNITED; STATER
Sixteen years ado,, a party of two hun
dred and thirty-one men and two women,
rye rolled out of the Boston and WOl:Ceti
:Or depot in Boston, Massachusetts, and
'by rail to 13tilaid; :by 'lake to Detroit,
I.iy'rail to St. TAMS; and after a tedious
lide'up: the MiSsoiiri river, a distance of
fpui hundred and eighty miles, en the
steamer Polar Star, we landed in - Kansas.
The Territory had then just been op ,
cited-to settlement, and,the vast prairies
were as still " as: when the morning stars
first sang together." To an Eastern man,
these prairies were most beautiful in
their vast rolling extent. On the fif
teenth of Septetaber, 1854, we halted
upon' the present site of the city of Law
rence. 046 settler only had got there
.in advance of us ; and, wanting his claim
as a site for the-city, we paid him five
hundred dollars for it, and let him go.
This was the beginning of the first set
tlement imthe State, and we were the
first white settlers that ever moved into
On the first night, by starlight, we rail
the first lines of survey ever run in Kan
sas, by an engineer Who, was brought
With us for the purpose. That first line.
we_ called Massachusetts street" it being
itr the centre of What is
.now the city of
Lawrence. On each side . of the line we
laid off lots of fifty feet front, and drew
every man a lot. I promised the settlers,
in an opening speech, on that first night,
that I would keep my lot till it brought
me five hundred dollars. Some of the
party were encouraged at our prdspects ;
some were hOmeafelc. 'Most of theM re
mained ; a few returned to the East.
, Them commenced the. building of the
first houses, each man on his own lot.
At first rude thatched straw cabins, log
cabins, mud cabins, every variety of
cabins, were our abodes during the win
ter after our arrival. -One large taber
nacle, thatched with prairie grass, made
our place of worship and assembly for
this first winter. It would scat one thou
timid persons, and was constructed of
long 'poles about fifty feet apart at the
base, the tops coining together at the
apcx,pf the roof, and the sides being
thatched with prairie grass.
Here we received Governor Reederilnd
the other government officials, on their
first arrival in Kansas ; and here, also, I
made the fyst speech of welcome to
Governor Reeder. I said :
"Here we come to make homes • fur
ourselves, to establish institutions, as
we have the right under the act - of Con
gress, and with this purpoie we have
brought the Bible in. one hand and the
spelling-book in the other ; determined
to lay one upon the altar of a free church,
and the other upon the' desk of a free
At about tins time I went back, and
met at St. Louis the second party from
Boston, comprising four hundred and
eighty persons, men, women and child
ren. After locating. them in Lawrence,
I returned and met the third party, of
some three hundred personsi,,,most of
whom went out twenty-five miles beyond
Lawrence to Topeka, and there laid out,
the capital of the State.•
Thus before the first winter I had con
ducted two thousand six hundred p 9143008
into, the new territory. Associated with .,
me in this work were Governor Charles.
Robinson, the first governor of the State,
and Charles liranscomb, now represent
ing the Govenement in a foreign country.
There is not one of all the men who first
went to Kansas who has stuck to the set
tlement, and who has not taking to
drinking ;whisky, that-has not 'gotrich.
Au& this notwithittandinglhat the 'First
Lawrence was burned wider the lead of
David R. Atchison, then- acting Vice
President of the United States,_and the
second Lawrence, more magnificent and
still:richer than the first, was burned by
ono,Quantrell, a famous rebel guerilla
during the war. lie not only burned
our public buildings, but he killed one
hundred.mid thirty-three. of our young
mem.icaving eighty-two :widows anti a
number of orPhans,
But tile -Lawrence of to-day, 'coming
up. from the ashes of • tho`. old, M the
fommost .eitk of the State, asAiell as the ,
most.bcatitiftil. It has a population of
some eight thousand souls, and hero is
the State/University—built on.. the very
site where) old John Brown madoi his
fortress to tiLifend the city "w and churches
that in elegance are equal to any of those
of the Older States. . .
In fultillnient of ttiy 'early proinise, I
lot until i f 'itot seven hentlied
dollies fOr It has•tiiiiee been sold for
Aline thousand,' and is Ton , : the site of
onti' Of the largetit" and ❑nest halls in
Kites:n . 4: • • •,•
011 ' pVili)6llo ter ttió . ' c liital — tvitl%,wide
stieet*, so that i?oliticiaus should not tun
against ono , another—it; , a growing and
WeSpevouti ~ .fifttr the
Indian wincl : whioh, vegeta
bie wild' in aliiiinlaneo
ft'oin O'dlint4 round to di'eiti6gii
diaiatdoO ' ' • '
.T 1 1 1. 4 1: 6st Prep, ptglo t Convention . and
Logiallitiqro . ;Mid;
were distiors:cdontlielbukth kit 1 . 11 . 6;
I . tidd!ia , 'of the' with
ba,ked upailt cannon the
a in -hand Oillefod ;'lt' to
01iiiiersdrif I eemeinboi''figlitlk, within
five minutes. • .BoingalWaYs'ldyat t 'iind
bowed to the will of the government,
and quietly,eeparated. At the present
time one wing of the capitol at Topek,
is already erected, and the public Upilsl-
inks there 'would be a credit to any Stith).
I,myself was at one time a prisoner in
the hands of 'the border 'ruffians, upon
the banks of the Wakarusa, and, after
nine days' captivity, I was sentenced .to
be hanged. It happened in this way.
I was appointed by the Free State gm/-
M.IIIIIMA to visit lowar to obtain arias.
The lia'st few hours out from Lawrence,
I was capt Med 'and taken into the bor
der ruffian camp, to reach which 'we had
to 'cross the Kansas river.' Was night.
I knew I had' papers do me that would
hang file. As we were fording the river,
I took car , e to pull them from my cap,
tear them 'up quickly, and drop them
into the stream. .
governor Robinson and his friends
were also prisoners, but being under the
guard of United States soldiers, they
Were protected and safe. After trial by
a court martial, however, I was sed
tenced to be hanged. at nine o'clock on
Saturday morning: I was so mad, I
could have been hanged nine Unice with
At about two o'clock, the night before
the day on which I was to be - hanged,
Generals Atchison and Richardson, who
were in command of the pre-slavery
army, crawled into my tent on their
hands and knees, where T was guarded
by soldiers, and whispered in my ear, so
as not to disturb my fellow-prisoners,
who, however, were nimsentenced tind
condemned, to rise immediately and fol
low them. I rose at once, and in a few
; minutes we were out of camp, and I was
set free upon the praire, Gcn. Atchison
telling me that they—the border ruffian
leaders—could not take the responsibil
ity before the country, and in view of the
.Presidential cleclion then approacld%.
of hanging Gen. Pomeroy, as I was
called, I being President of thee. Commit
tee of Vigilanc'e and Commander of the
Free State forces.
He delivered me also my horse, which
had been eight days tied to a free. T
mounted him, reported at LAvrence, and
in three hours over three days• I rode
that horse to Council Bluffs, a distance
_of...between_ two hundred—a/W..114 And
three hundred miles, without once stop
ping, except to feed. There being but
few houses on the ratite, I would lie upon
the ground and rest 'While I let him feed
upon the grass at my side.
.-I was cordially received by frit:lids. in
lowa, for there had been a telegram that
I had been hanged by me mob. It was
sent to the New. Xork .Tribuna. by _Mr.
Phillips, another prisoner, who escaped.
The r late. Theodore Parker of Boston,
who was my friend, seeing this dispatch
*on Saturday morning, preached my fu-,
neral sermon to his congregation on Sab
bath Morning. A printed cojiy of that
sermon is now in my possession.
Although I had lost my papers author
izing me to get arms, I was still deter
mined to procure them. I telegraphed
from lowa City to Chicago that I should
be tliCre that night. The friends of the
Free State cause got me up a meeting in
Chicago, which I addressed, reciting the
condition of the cause, and an account
Of ply captivity and escape. A contri
bution was taken up to enable me to pro
cure the arms, which I. had undertaken
to get for the Free State men.' At, the
close of the meeting, Peter Page gave
me his' check for two thousand dollars,
as the substance of that contribution.
Years afterward, when I told Old Abc of
this fact, he made him Collector of In
ternal Revenue in Chicago.
The second night I lectured in I3uliale,
where I received eight hundred'dollars,
and the, fourth night I was at Hartford,
Where I bought one hundred stand of
Sharp's rides, and paid for them thirty-
One 'hundred dollars. '
In , eleven (lays from the. time I left
lowa, I organized at Mount Pleasant, in
that State, a company-of over one hun
dred men, and put into their hands
Sharp's Hiles. Stopping_ one night and
lecturing at Ottawa, where they gave me
a cannon and, four horses, I started with
this company, and from Mount Pleas
'out, marched for thirty-one days through
lowa and Nebraska—the Missouri river
being closed to us by the border ruffians
—into Kansas, and at Topeka, the capi
tal, we wen; received by Governor Geary,
the newly appointed governor Of the
Territory, and now governor of Pennsyl
Governor Geary welcomed our advent
into the Territory, INI the ground that
we were settlerS'. We assured Jtim that
we had come to settle`the question, and
thereupon he disbanded the border'ruf
flan militia and ordereddhe United States
,troops liack to Fort Leavenworth; reline
we agreed to keep the.peace. Thus ended
the Kansas war.
The State, after surviving its early
struggles, familia and grasshopperq, now
enjoys the .greatest prosperity. It has
apopulation of four hundred thousand,
and is develoPing with - unparallelOd ra
pidity. Tt is distinguished particularly
for its fine winter wheat, in which
the agricultural report shows that :we
excel every other State. We took the
gold'inedarhist - year at Philadelphia, in
the'Cotitest with alrthe other States, for
,the best fruit, and wo are now as dis
tinguished for our • peace, happinesS and
prosperity, as once we were for our
trouble.4.—Nin YorX; Ledger.
110>l y JOIN C. V.IIN El
The following interest ing'obituary
tiee of lion. John C. Kunkel, appearZd
in the State Jqltrital„ of, October 17, and
ie from the pen or,J. C. 13ombawer,
esq., a proMinent banker or llarrisburg.
John C.,'R"unkelditlat his residence,
in this city, atmoon yeAerday.Peceased
waft Dorn iii Ilarcistiurg in 181(1 iho
cei'vett a liberal , scientific and . classical
education in the schools .at
and' at Jelll;irsqU, college, aftergradua 7 .
tion in' the !literary institutions, ho Mt,
tered the 'Ca'rlisle litAnelMel, 'then umler
the management of Jude Reed.:,,Sub
sequentlylMiead: la t+ in re'gitlar 4'onrse,,
in 'the 61:11ce!of'the'' , iate Jame's. Mecer- ,
tgonoritt and Special: . "Ce4se 'AtinlY; ,
enahled : yetnii tO'entet iipon'thO'
'pritetiec'ef!hlitioreiinitnt with 'a
nga'Of` cenCeptlen 'maturity' of
judgthent,that early wen 'for s
enviable' "dis l titieti Priitur . his 640i'
16110044 d bden a eloSegfittlent tlf the:
f II ADVANCI:
j . 2.0 5. a year.
deep Into his heart and guided his con
duct through life, he drew that inspira
tion of electric power that, in after
years, WOll for hint the reputation of
being a most accomplished gentleman, a
forcible debater, and one of the most
eloquent speakers of his time, and what is
,infinitely higher, a pure minded Ch ristian.
BY one of thcsei happy circumstances
that frequently fall in the way of young
melt, but which few ever turn to any
public use or private advantage,. Mr.
Kunkel was brought favorably into pub
lic notice. Soon after lie had been ad
mitted to practice at the bar in this city,
a small buy, a child of poor parents
and friendicL, was brought into court
on the charge of theft. It appears
the boy had been employed in a :item,
and biA.employer suspecting him elf dis
lione/ty, set it trap for hint ; he marked
several pennies; put them in his westcoat
pocket and hung the garment in a place
where it was easily accessible to the
The pennies were afterward found in the
possession of the boy, Iv was
committed for trial, and finally Was
brought into court poWerless and friend
less. .Itidge called the attention of
'Kunkle; who hail ahortly befOre beau ad
mitted to the case of the accused. The
young Attorney had heard the recitation
of the facC. as set forth in the indictment,
and advancin , ti the liar, feel:. up a Bible
that lay ther ~ a id opening it, mail in a
clear, full tone o 'voice
" Lead us quit into tempi:akin." . Pro
found i-,ilenco reigned throughout the
court room. The speaker briefly review
ipg the ease, exhibited the helpless boy to
,as one who, perhaps, never in
his life had 'received the kind admonitions
of a loving mother, who had never kit rnifd
the precepts of Holy Writ, never ep
joyed the instructions of the Sunday
School teacher nor listen to the voice of
the preacher, all calling to the higher
aims and noble purposes of life.
moral sense had not been strengthened
by these " influences of home life. His
lips had never been taught to fray "Lord,
lead us not into teMptation." Cunning
snares had been laid to catch these un
wary feet The unsuspecting lad
had found, before him, temptations
stronger than he could Icsist, he had
fallen a victim
wiles of his hard-hearted employer, and
is now dragged to the bar an' oliject for
mercy rather than fur' judgment. In
this view, and ill the peculiar , style for
which he soon became widely celebrated,
Mr. Kunkel pleaded the cause of hid
friendless client. The court,- the jury,
and the audience were at first astonished,
then charmed, and afterwards conviuctld
by the magic power of the speaker. "The
boy was declared innOcent. Sometime
afterward the eloquent young attorney
received, frorg- a - ,gentleman who had
Avitnessee the scene, a cane, on the
golden_head of which was neatly carved :
Lwd us nct into tornptat ion
As must always be the case with those
endowed with rare social and mental
qualities, 'Air. Kunkel rose rapidly 'in his
profession, and soon commanded an ex
tended and lucrative practice. lie was,
from tIM_ fi rst, active in politics, and 'in
the earnest , and exciting campaign of
1844, when the young men of the nation
had made Henry Clay, then in the zenith
of his career, their standard-bearer, 'the
best talent and the most brilliant elo
quence that ever graced the American
rostrum was called out. Amid all tlie
magnificent display awl power of logic,
that of the young orator of Penngylvania
was conspicuous, is well for force of
argument as for grace of delivery. •
In the same year Air. Kunkel was
elected a, member of the State Legisla
ture, was le-clecteil in 18.15, and again
in IWil, he was elected to the State
Senate, and was chosen Speaker of that
body at ,the close of the first session
of his term. As a legislator, Mr. Kun
kel was conspicuous for the Wisdom ()I'
his counsel, as well ;IS Sir the power of
his eloquence. Few men have ever dis
charged the duties of his office with
greater fidelity to their constituency,
credit to themselves, or honor to the
State. Ilis services at the capital added
greatly to his already Wide reputation
as a pure statemmul and accomplished
In 1811, and again in IS,Tid, he was
elected to Congress. Ills first appear
ance in the National House of 'Represen
tatives was in the memorable struggle
for the election of Speaker, whiel rs'e
suited in the choice of Mr. Banks. In
the progress bf that contest, which taxed
the ingenuity, parliamentary tactics,
Skill, wisdom and patience of the wisest,
and best men in the nation, Mr. Kunkel
tool: an active pailt. In one of• these
moments, „When few men endowed with
rare gifts could commanibeVen tl e. cour
tesy of a hearing on the door of the
house, the gentleman front 'Pennsylva
nia rose to address the unorganized and
;excited Lodi'. The manner and the style
of the man, the pertinence of his argu
ments,--the compaetneskUPhis*logic, - and
the grace of his delivery, immediately
attritereel the attention of the Rouse, and
whore, but, a moment, before all was
noise and' confusion, perfect silence
reigned and the closest attention was
field until the 'hist wcird of the speaker
hail fallen on the 'astonished dies of the
'did ihembe•s; when from . all 'part s of the
Hall; gentlemen crowded arodnd to otTer
their congratulations. Next, morning
The New York Tribune 'said, • ' est qv
day, Kunkel of l'ennlvania, electrified
.o:ding the four years lie spent at
Washingttm; keswas regarded throngli -
Out' the country as one
,of the 'ablest
statescnet - 1177 the -National - lit
the political campaign:3 that, called fort
Ow:highest talents the ,land : he was'
altV'ays inn! wherever lai :went, the fit'-
iioritaviif the people'. "
Sitll6sB :he retired from pfflilic life, 'and
• gave his attention,, exclusively,,to,lthe
practice of his profession, 'varying .the
course of his-life by Indping
a friend in is 'political canvass,' :did lat-
Iterly, to ,a aixtenk:An-seientilip:
agriculture. , . :o -
nye years ago last 'spring he
IStricken down' In Street with Paritly
sis. !le never again fully reganiedhis
health,- though mineral springs and the
hest muffins! skill 'Were' tested, in the
, Wort., Ile dietLitt thenigle. Of 54 :years,
Ibit i ving:a wife, two children ,ainditit aged
mother. „ '
3 1 115 publid Mali in this Sfatusni. Nation
1-.}}vas' mere universallybeloveditillfo. The:
dale a'tty that..overtook , :liiin ,two years
4-116 priine of life, sent, pros of, sorrow
WA - he hearts of .many thousands. who
' ' bad. lie:14,111m, and to hind• itiome to:regard him as ono of the pureid:
:nal best men indho nation a ;,The •hows.
his death, wilt ve-awalten these general
tiympathicsi of a:lsmail - id peoPle.• • - '