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IturaozbuB.-4The services in the
on Sabbath afternoon last wore largely:
attended. The iiyaises InStitt
tip, for some cause or other, baverbeen
Rkv. H. BROWN offers a ;valuable
grist and saWMIII, situated on Sherman's
creek, Perry county, on the line of the
South P.' R. Road, at privet° sale.
Therkiee, good two-story frame dwell
ing, wash house, spring hMise, barn and
all other nedeseary linprovelnents. "If
not sold at private sae before the first
of March, 1872, it will then bioffered at
• public sale. Or furtherparticulars call
on Oliver Bro f Wn, residing on the prein
ices, or address , Rev. H. Brown; Allen
postoffice, Cumberland county, Pa.
OBITUARY,-111 . thiB borouiti,_on _Fri
rday morning last, after a lingering ill
ness, Mr: David Rut; in the seventy
ninth year of his age... The deceased
was well-known, not only lb this com
munity, but throughout the county%
having lived for several years a few
. miles east of this place. He was a man
of irreproachable character, and was
beloved and respected by all who knew
On Sabbath morning last, the remains
were convoyed to St. Paul's Evangelical
where an eloquent funeral dis
course was delivered by the Rev. H. B.
llartzler, the pastor in charge, assisted.
.by, the Rev. J. G. M. Swengle. The
2arge and spacious auditorium was
• eros ded.with sympathizing friends'and
relations to pay' the last sad tribute of
lesPect. Upon the conclus4, of the
ervices the remains were' conveyed to
and interred in tetort Spring grave
yard, follotved to their last silent resting
place by a large number of friends and
relatives of the deceased: Mr. Mita
was closely , identified with St. Paul's
ehitrch, being one of the most liberal
supporters.to its erection. At the time
of.hie death he resided with his son-in
law, Mr. Jacob Boas, whose lady is an
only child. Peace to his ashes.
Tnk.members of the First Presbyte
r rian congregation contemplate making
inucli-needed "changek in the external
appearances of their church, during the
:owing year. Large quaetitifis of stone
Ito being hauled for the purpose.
Tom Winter vacation at Dickinson
(allege began yesterday. A great many'
Itudents •havo left for thei'r homes to
bass the holidays. The young gentle-
Men must have been "firing off the Old
liear," judging from the cannonading
ept up during Tuesday night. The
Vinter term will begin on Thursday,
j _ , :Anuary 4
VICH!B FLORAL GIIIDE.—We are in
freipt of one of Junies Vick's illustrated
catillog,ues and Floral Guides for 1872.
le proprietor •of these.-popular and
weid:renowned nurseries presents this,
the tenth annual catalogue to all his
cusomera of last year as a New Year's
gift For the purpose, of enriching its
page, and rendering this pamphlet
delay attractive and intereatirig, .the
prometor bas traveled extensively both
Euope and America, - visited the most
3elebried gardens iu the Old World,
fnd awn, planted and tcstod s in the
'few ' Mile to increase the beauty of its
'ttractve pages he has taken advantage
f the kill of the best artists, paper
sakerii and printers in the country.
Last Yen, 190,000 catalogues were printed
andheri is not awliigle copy left, while
the first elition this year is 200,000, and-
A r.;ageinetfts have-user' cumpltmett mr a
reBeuti edition of any desired number.
Thee i books will be mailed to any per
son or the receipt of ten cents, less than
ene-tlird of the cost. Address, James
ck, 'Rochester, N. Y. See ad in au
Grand 'Jurors, January Term, Oyer
kud Terminer alai General Jail Delivery
end Court of Quarter Sessions, 1872.
Coruman,E. ' Armor. Middlesex
ommory, Mathias do Franlcfnrd
Pormnam Robert manufacturer Silver Spring
nralvbaugh, Wm. farmer Frauk ford
Dior, %Vol. carpauter, , Monroo _
EploraNn. farm.). E Dannaboro'
Go.Besple, Th. J. laboAr Frank ford_
Ilubli.y, Wm. B. butchor Shipb'g Dor
518.Ingor,Baing IL farmer Dicklotmii '
Cuirtz, David Inn koop-r do
Marrow. Jim D. 111.0111 Newton
Itoiimz Wm. • farmer Frankfort.''
. . .
,time, Martin do Sliver Boring
or, Levi do L MIMI. •
b Adam gentleman, Silver Spring
4e, Robert laborer , ilopowoll '
~auck, , rn. FL merchant . Shiplig Bor
speolmen, 'l' O. blackninith, N Middleton
aouller, John B. farmer Mifflin
Suilth, Adam do , 8 niddieton
.4.0111., Adam. do Silver Spring
rfflsior, John Re" hlackemlth L Allen
'flY‘tiy.. AlexareSer gentleman Mechanlckburg
rnaverso Jurors, January Term, Oyor
and Terminer and General Jail DelUsory
and Court of Quarter Sessions of
Peace, and Court of Common Pleas,
Dalaley, Wm. blackemlih Itampilen
Brougher. John miller U Allen
Viougtiman Joelah farmer Southampton
PiLick, Hobart M. carpenter Carlisle
Bryson, LB. merchant" " Hampden .r..
Cornman, Jonathan ehoemaker Carlido
_ . _ . . ... . . .. .
Cook, John W. labot or Monroe
Coney, Goo W. farmer Hopewell ,
tack ley, Henry do Monroe 1 ,,
Dow bough, Cleo B. doW l'enhebt,ro'
llyarmon, David „ . carpenter „.,
I,,Ft miton _.....
Epley, Georg° farmer 8 Middleton
Fieber, Mallows dealer , 811 s or Bprin4
Floyd, 411 rn ' gentleman L Allen
Fenthertnakor Wm. matchmaker eltlpb'g'Flor -
For, Wm W. - farmer Ilatepden
Pam her John do do
Ouuidt Samuel 11. clerk Coe-1151e
Goo•iyear, Samuel laborer do
4lyires,• Isaac ' do Shipb'a 11 r,
lit:annul, John grocer Carbide
Ilr:,..lbrOb (armor - 8 Middleton
ti atonts,Srlifelta, , do Nowtou • '
1 ,,, , u ,g t-V r o i cab org,
co.t to .. , 1 , : : teni il te a t b m e r r o o :
Lynn, Mob. 8, - %Inner • Cerlielo
Lackey, Matthew.. farmer Frunkford
Laughlin, Join ,A do ti" Penneboro'
McCartney, Itob't Jr. minter 'Oerliela - -
morrieoe, John former - Idoklneon
\fell, David, do Newton
itilo , lUchnrd tanner Sliver Spring
51ei.or ' II onry'll, termer .11 Penn obor..
Ostot t, floury , , blitelemith , Iliunpdpn
I'olllllo3r, John hn - ruhk U Ailed
Kuth Win , ' 4,1 Mifflin
Reek, Imo dd P Middleton
lilib, .lon•ph Jr. do • I ponneboro'
Rankin, Joeepti P. druggist ' 13hiideg Ber
Russel, Ja•oe farmer Newton
; do lionipden
tililvely, John lun keeper Middlesex
Smiley, IL M. merchant Corinne
Waethetinr, Win. farmer owtoo'
Weakley, Willis ns
'W.; Mtu, Q. ' laborer B Middleton,
Yfrodborn, Wilsou•D farmer do
,'.mrrwrinon, darn . do L Allen
Traverse Jurors, January Term, Court
of Commonleas 1872.. (second week.)
AtUdielclitOrga , , farmer • ' Mifflin .
strinly, J •mrs - 14014 E renumber°.
.lirludlo, David P.. farmer . ^ltlddleaex - •
Hortnett,hienb. do Fraukfoid
Wm. F. - do ' • Newton
Bentz, Martin 0. earpoilter Carlisle
titbit,. iiminuel.' ' 'MILT ... Sliver pring •
Crimitibend;Jno WJr farmer ', , Eis Ni1,141,t,,_
_. • _
- Prawbeihill,'Peter dialer
VOIIPr. Samuel A. „lamer . . motor
Dixon ,Jeinem IL ', Mitchel. . ,
Etuerieb,Hecrile -' laborer - 'is Cumberland
Elabcrt,l. It. . grocer Carilide • •
Fink, lartel farmer Silver Equine
Frvmi-r Henry ' laborer . Sleelluniosbnrim
Fake, Joh. farmer E renumber°. .
Orson, James ,. merchant S 4111ddlotoo..
Oreceon, Hobert' ' , Groner , •• W Penn/bore • \
Iluberling, Frank II: do Hopewell
Hennernan, Wm. • laborer ' .11kuipden '. '
Hoye. Edward,' banker' , ' plperville .. .
Hosier Ilmol ge farmer • Id ifllln
Irrio. H obert' ••• peotleman Carlisle ,
Keiser. David • farmer_., Middle-ex : •
• • • •
Kest, John P.' firmer 81Ism Spring
Lyne. lrm. - It: - . • do -- -. • 8 "Middleton
Lynn, A. A. but elasr Carlisle
Martin, Joel ~."- defiler 4 ••• ': Slritiblr nor" v
n mime, Minuet . farmer Hampden .
;Isere, Alen/ . • do • '
,Nowton • '
' , lellslaXlMltell gentleman • Cornelis •
, lobo termer MlCrlin .
.. . .
~ mil, . , • donor, , it PeansLoro'. .
caw, George' , 'farmer ' • ' ! ' "U Allen . . .
blaohart.-Jmom S.. carpenter • 'Caviled° ..,
. huff, J a me s ' ' '' farmer • W.Peonebdror .1 •
oydordilemon. do .. . N Middleton ,
-mart Walter do Dleklueon• -
Oriole, Samuel • do .___, ,Sileor Spring
;rook, Geo D: do It Penneborp . •••
ophene, Bleary do . ' L Allen ' '
orht, D. W. '' cle .: - . U Alien ' .
erren•lealo , W: laborer ' , Southampton - ,'
otte, litam • ' fanner . . • , IU Allen' . '-,-
Dion, Robert ''•; gentleman. Ateehanteaburg
Igier,-Jacobll.! • farmer , • •• $ Middleton' •
inter, D. - 0. ~ moulder , Meolfauteaburs
- inton, fileistla---tomint • ' RI ranwit•orig------
7 4 c4nem (fibitieday - ia the - aborted dar
in tho year. •
;TILE Maininoth Funipkiii, eickibi
tion-ntW. A • Hurririok'e, will be out on
Friday, the twenty-89mnd., All loyere
of pumpkin ples'dnip in and get a' slice.
Tait -regnlitr IJnion Prayer Meeting
bytthe Young Men's Christina Associ
ation will be held. in St. Paul's vitn
gonna' Church, Sabbath afternoon
next, nt half-past _three. ,A cordial in
vitation is Wended tooth ,citizens to
attend these exercises;
Tina third entertainment of the "Lec
ture and Consort Season" will be given
by . Hon. William Parsons, of Ireland,
on Tuesday. evening, January 9, 1871.
His subject will be a popular and humor
ous lecture on Richard . Brinsloy Sheri
dan, orator, wit and dramatist being a
romantic biography, interspersed with
characteristic anecdotes and - incidental
netices'of the wits and humorists, 'Oliver
Goldsmith, Dr. Johnson, Burke, Curran,
"A brilliant audienca_filled _Liberty
Hall last evening, so that every seat,
down stairs was taken, and little room
was left in the balcony. Coming among
us an entire stranger, scarcely known
to our people •by reputation even, Mr.
Parsons can have the satisfaction that
be has won the favor of a Pittsburg au- ,
Vienne, wile will be glad to hear him on
other occasions. . . . Mr. Parson's man
na': of speaking is pleasant and attrao.
tive ; his Voice is clear, and. his enunci
ation' distinct ; and, were .it not for the
announcement that he is of Dublin,
Ireland, an audience would n suppose
from his pronunciation that he is a Now
Englander. . As we have said, the
audience were well pleased with
Parsons, and will be glad to hear him
often. "—Pittsburg 'Commercial.
"_The lecturer was a :.styangm but
his effort was of sueb. a - character as will
?Anita him a welcome occupant of our
platform henceforth. - Engliiih in, ap
pearance, but Irish inblood and, oratorio
fire, he treated his theme with , a happy
mingling of biography, sketch and anec
dote that remindi ono of his plan of
Thackoray's lecturers. Mr. Parson's
delivery - IS nicely trained ; and the rich•
ness and Variety of his inflections kept
the audience upon a strain of attention
that our less Studious (in elocution) and
more phlegmatic New England speakers
are rarely able to enforce."—Springfield
[ ANN OIINCEMENTe. ]
At the Contral dry goods store, aw
°their great reduction in prices of all
kinds of dry goods, shawls, - blanket:,
coverlbts, counterpanes, table linens,
_towels, napkins, all kiwls of flannels, me
rino shirts and dMwers, all kinds of me,
rino under wear- for missea — arid
boys, cloths and cassimeres, overcoat.?
lugs, saitinetts, jeans,.&c. ,
N'oci is-the time to secure great bar
gains in all kinds of Winter goods, as We
are determined to closo out our entire
stock of woolens by the first of January,
1872. . You can save at least 30 per cent
by calling at4o Central for bargains in
dry goods And furs of all kinds.
LEIDICII & MILLER.
SOMETHING ARTH KNOWING
Where to find the beat assortment of
goods .suitable for Holiday Presents.
The most fastidious can be suited at J.
H. Wolf's, No. 18 North Hanover street.
Both in point of price and style, go ,see
his assortment. Joun - H. WOLF.
i SPECIAL NOTICE
All persons knowing themselves in
debted to the undersigned, either by
note or Wok account, will please call
and settle the same without delay, and
oblige LEIDICII &MILLER.
OUR modern course of living begets a
condition of the .body that requires
occasional relief. The system becomes
enfeebled, deranged, clogged, and labors
in its task. The mind sympathizes with
it and both sink, or are deprissed to
'ether. To restore the vital energies,
purge the system—cleanse the blood—
take Ayer's Pills.—Glasgow, Ky., Free
Fon ' prime Havana oranges and
emone. go to liumrich'ii.
THEM goods have been selected with
great care, especially for the holidays,
and w ill be sold at great bargains. Do
not fail to call befell) purchasing else
where. D. A. Sewyin.
BicsT 12} cent sugar in town at Meloy's
SANTA CLAUS bIVES'I7P
'The new advertisement'of the "'Live
Store" has drawn the attention of so
many people, that old Kriss Kindle finds
only a corporal's guard to look for his
approach, all' preparing to go to Duke
& Burkholdees• Dry Goods Store and
ielect their own gifts. We Would say
to, those' who have not yet .examined .
our Holiday Goods, to hurry up whilst
- the assertment is yet perfect. 'We are
always ready to show the beautiful
gifts, and as 'fcir cheapness, all agree
that they are astonished, and wonder
bow good goods can be furnished so very
low. , We
,will give you 'the reason:
Everything we hey has been - marked at
holiday prices. If Jot 'want to save
money, call at Duke Sißurkholder's
WE have now on exhibition the olioio.
est stock of linen collars and cuffs, lace
Collars, ladies', 'gents' mid • children's'
hemmed stitched handkprohiefs, ever
offered in the town, and at the lowoet
If you want a nice pair of kid gloves,
If you wailf:a nice dross,
go to D. A. Sawyer's.
If you want a nice set of furs, -
go.to D. A. Sawyer's.
•Great bariains in all kinds of goods
for Christmas Presents. - Handsome
dress goods—another reduction in primp,.
Splcndid . setts-of Furs, far- under prices
in any other store. Haddsome embroi
dered. handkorehiefe; Nary cheap. Splen
did Wee handkerehlefs, very cheap: Lade
dollars, linen collars, lineri setts, kid
gloves, neck ties, and everythipg very
nice and very desirable,. and very cheap
for Christnias Presents, for every, one
that calls at the Central Dry Goods Store:
just reei3ived at Huinrich's.
• QIIMB-11FAB PRgBENTS.
• If pu ranka.,nico tieti of collars and
buffs, go to D. A. Bawyor'ii.
if you want a nice, lace collar, go to p.` .
A. Sawydee. - . , •
If you Want a nicoiace andiercliiof,
go to D. A. Stiwyer's. '; I, • .
If you want • a nice hemnied etitoinni
habdkerchlef, go , to•D: A . ..Ban:nee. •
la*auts and 'citrono ()teal) tit,
• Fot, .IiiINCE 4 PIBI3,—"-
Pure New England ..Jinni. 1:1611111116
Fratic;h' Brandy. Fine Cooking,-Wincs.
'Beat of old 'Bye Whisky. All' to' be had
at the veiyilowest prices for dash Only;'
at ' JACOB LIPIBOSTOR,
27 North Hanover Street,
BwirarzEn and 'American cheese al
ways on hand; at Hurnrich's.
LOST ! , • '
Several weeks - since & a podia . book
eoLtaining a BUM of mcifty and -several
notes not due. !;,A. liberal roll and will be
paid for their return to mum rtnoE.
o JOH WWI. -
APPLE and peach butter at umrieh's:
REDUCTION IN PRICE OF COAL
11.6 undersigned is furnishing, at
Carlisle, the best quality of Limebiirneis'
Coal at $3.10 -per ton, Nut ; $2.50 per
ton, Pea ; Farniers and Limeburn,
ors supplied at, corre4ondinglY low
ratos at all points .along the line'of the
- Cumberland . Valley railroad;
Go'to•l3umrich's for Irish and. Sweet
p0tat0667% - nions, upp es, pump ins,
chestnuts, peanuts, grapes, &e.
All parsons knowing themselves in
debted to t. • Inhoff by book account or
otherwise, are requested to make pay
ment before the first of January, 1.872,
after Which .time .all accounts will be
placed in the hands of a proper officer
A cash _ business 0;4 dfino at reduced
prices. ' " ' 13dec71
TWENTY hbls onions just received at
The large second story front;room on
the corner, over Leidich& Miller's dry
For terms inquire of Leidich & Miller,
Iro you want a nice pound of honey, go
to Hum rich's.
COMBINGEi made into switches, chig
nons, curls, frizette, &c., at Madame
SHOULDERS, sides, dried beef, beef
longues, sugar cured hams, whole or
sliced, pickled 'and canned oysters, at
You that kill pigs-and make sausages
want good popper to,season with.• J. L.
Meloyipas ie; strictly" litre. 6dec7l
FOR Irish potatoes, go to Humrich's.
Ho has seven different varieties, which he
is selling in large or small quantities to
TnE Sensemau Shop is still .in full''
blast. If you want good carriages, tiug
glee, Spring wagons or sleighs,,zo l to Ad.
Sonseman; at his old place ou'North 'Pitt
street. " 9n97ltf
DON'T BE HUMBUGDED
'but buy the best stoves that have ever
been in the market, and pronounced so
by all who have them in use, the Ameri
can Base Buiner and Base Heater, the
Radient Fire Plac:o Heater, and the Cabi
net Range with hot closet. Call at W.
Fridley's Stove store on Hanover street,
and see the endless variety of stoves and
PRIME mince meat at flumiich's
FOR SALE, ...
A iiiu . able Family Horne. Inquire of
`Joan MILLER (Merchant.)
LIVE and dresbecl poultry always on
hand at Humrich's. 7dec7l
Tr - you want cheap groceries or any
thing kept in a first-class grocery, call
,at Hoffman's, East Pomfret street.
Dnusann poultry always .on hand, at
Bucx;cynreA'r flour at Hoffman's grocery,
No. 88 East Pomfret street.
JUST received a choice lot of mackerel
at Humrich's. •
VELVET bats, cheaper than ever, at
.IF you wish a serviceablu platform
go to liagio & Smoltz, on South
Pitt tr t, a few doors south of the
O. v. .R. depot.
• 21Se7ltf. _,_ ..
v If you wish to purchase a nice prestint
for your sister, or some other man's
sister, go to J. 11. Wolf's, No. 18-
Hanover street. • -
PRI= buckwheat flour, oven dried
corn meal at Bnmrich'e.
s • CURRANTS, citron, lemon peel, prunes,
flgif, pared and unpared peaches,' at
Hoffman's, No. 88 East Pomfret street.
THE flour sold by J. L. Moloy always
reliable. Try it. '
NEW London Layers, Valentia and
Seedless just received at Hum
rich's. " • 7dec7i
Fon cranberries, Atmore's mince meat,
call at Hoffman's grocery,• No. 88 East
Brim, another lot of choice buckwheat
Tun , received a_large assortment of
fandy teye, suitable for the holidays, at%
Hoffman s, No. 88 Eaet Pomfret street.
.. s o._
Htrunms.is receiving, daily, fresh,lota
of dried fruits such at; poaches, pared
and unpared, blackberries, currants,
seeded and unneeded cherries, apples
and hutzells: . , 7dee7l '
. THE VERY LATEST.
J. H. Wolf, No. 18 North Hanover
stria, has• just returned from tho East
with,a very large and' carefully selected
stook of fancy goods suitable for Christ-,
FOR , SALE.
A large safe. le iN in good condition
and will be 'sold cheap. infinite . at De
vinuey'e grocery store, ou West - Main
street. - . _ - 7deo7lti4
-4 Elton lot - Of 'ciicoanuts and cran
berries at Emrich's. -
Juw received' 100 boxee of raisins
very low, at Hoffman's, No. 88 East
At-r---H.IIIIIOCW-8. 4 Families
supplied at the shortcst notice.
FOR BALE OR TO RENT.'
In Lisburn', Climhopand
store room and dwelling house, or storo
room alone, is, for salo.or to rent.. A .
business of frOrd,sl2,ooo to $20,00Q, can
be don'. with . a.stnall
J 01124 Bflunitialr,
Pntatiz fresh 'older at Ifuttooit'fi:
MOLL a# - Jewolry. at-Roto'si
PATENT GATE. •
'"At' Einklebs ifaChine . iihOp this
place, can bo assen,One the'bist
cal Farm Gates evel: invented. It 'does
notatquire any hinges. It Opens two
ways'. 'lt never. rides .in the, mud, 'and
'an betaised to swing clear.over snow
'date and , other obstructions' that are
bot t om twenty-four inches high. is
offered for sale to all wlio need gatOs at
the following low prices. •
For each farm, right, $2.00 for each
townehlp right, $20.00 ; for each county l'
Gates Made to order .of
style desired, and satisfaction guaran
teed in all cases. Will exchange terri
tory for a good horse, - Call on or' ad- .
dress • CHAS. F. DINELF.
Wilson and 1 Wilcox & Gibbs
Bowing Machines for silo choap.
All persons indebted to Henry Saxton,
prior to the first of January, 1870, are'
'hereby notified tb call immediately, and
settle'their indebtedimse-withfiim before
the first of January, 1872. If ,not'at-'
tended to by URA time, the accounts- of
_flYery_ano,_irreartectime of perSon,_._willJl.
placed in the hands of a proper officer of
the law for collection. HENRY SAXTON.
Now is the time for- Cheap Ware.
After the first day of• April next, Wm.
Blair & SOn will ceastr and
will wholesale exclusively in Groceries,
Tobaccos, Oils, Fish, and general store
supplies. As wo wish to -extend our
business in the wholesale line, and must
have more room, we have concluded to
sell out entirely our large stock of Fine
Ironstone and Common Ware, also Fine
Glass Ware, and a good assortment of.
vases and other fine wares„ suitable for
. Christmas Presents at 124 per cent be
low prese,a7rdtair - tifibicir - abrfair:
pending abatement to the trade. Call
while our stock is full, arid m -
selections. Now is the time.
WM. BLAIR & SON,
.South End, Carlisle
A CARD TO THE LADIES. J
GOLDEN PERIODICAL PILLS
INFALLIBLE IN CORRECTING IRREGULARI
TIES, REMOVING OBSTRUCTIONS OF THE
' MONTHLY PERIODB, FROM WHATEVER
CAUSE, AND ALWAYS SUCCESSFUL AS
Dot what at come period of tier Life will find the
DIPPONOO GOLDEN PILLS Just the medicine oho
need, For Nervous Publlity Bearing down Pains,
ualpitrtlon of the Heart, IV,tehied; rroguler or
Painful Menstruation, gush of Blood to the Geed,
Dizzineas,_ka, gre'_ Three ere_the_ onls Tina ever
known that will curve the Whites, (they will ' , ore in
every c.e.) They never led, and may he dope , dud
upon in every case whey, the monthly flow has
been obstructed through raid or. disease. DLIPON
CO'S GOLDEN PILLS itlwayi, give inimediPlo reilef
hying especially prepared fur married ladles A lady
writes: Dimoneo's Golden 'Pills relieved one In one
day, without Ineonvenienre.alko
16 now put up In Largo (White) Ituxpa o:•ntalning
doable quantity •d Pill., and upon, each box, you
wAI find Um I?euenue Stamp, printed front thyPri.
rnto Dio, upon woich L.natlmise of the Stamp you
will find the words DOPONCO'S.GOLDE.N I'EItIOD
ICAL PILLS, In White Letteri, without that SUM
Full tnd explicit directions .accompany each box.
Price $l.OO per Lox, nix boxes $5.00. Sold by one
Druggist lit evnry town. city and hernia
throughout thn world. Sold in Carlisle, Pa ,by 9,
A. laverstirlt, Druggist, No. 10 North Hanover St.
• Sold also by Brugh k ‘losto.r, 3lechanienburg, Pa.
and J. C. Mitch, Shippensburg.
LADIES! By sondidi hint $1 to the Carlisle pdit
can have the Pill< sent by Mail to any par! it!
',he country. free of
None_genuin. oohs!. the bon in Mutual
v D. HOWE,
Sob Pinprlstor, Now York.
With its gl , only titten.ittnitt, low 'pi tits, tiPitrant.lon,
nvoluntary ortitse , oiht . , I,.ss of me in en, Fpprntatorrliortt
.118 of power, dizzy howl luau of mom 005, and
threatened impotence and Imbecility, fin I . a NI/V .
°reign, -ure In HUMPH :E FS' 110)IEOPATC113
SPECIFIC No. TWENTY-EIC LIT. Comp.l4ed of th o
most valuable mild and potent...Stun:lves, they
strike at mine at the root ef . the matter tone the
system, arrest the diselmrg-g, and intp.trt vigil, _arid
energy, life and vitality to the mourn man. They
have cui .. e7Fthounands of rases. Price per package
of fivo bozos and a large $2 vial, which la very im
portant in °lndicate or old eases, or $1 per single
box. gold by Drmeglats, and cont' by. mall on
receipt of price . AddrA., HUMPHREYS' SPE
CIFIC HOMEOPATHIC NI EDICINE CO , 562 Broad
way, Now York. 2n0711y
For Fain In Carlisln by S. A. novenalnk and
Cornman A Wortbingtnn.
TIIE GREAT PICTORIAL ANNUAL.
Ito matter's United States Almanac fur f
distribution, grut, throughout the Hulled States,
and all civilized countries of the Western Hemis
phere, will be Pithllshed alien the fleet of January,
,la Wu English., Gorman, Fruncli,.Noi.wgian, Wel
, Swedish, Holland, Bohemian ard Spa al , ll la
guages, and all who wish to understand thelrue
philolophy of health shoo d read and pnrtdsr duo
valuable auggestiou• I t contains. to addition'tkun
atludrabbt • me,lical treatise on the cannon.
lion and cure of 0 great variety of diseases, It
. liftie.elia - large a count of Information Interest lug to
the merchtMt. the mechanic, tho lamer, tl!e'filyuter,
the plant' , .4,aoll% pi efeadonal man: and the cairn..
lations 11 ' p:elCurl' made fur ouch meridians and
latitudes are most, nultable for 'a correct and
,mproeffon-110 National Calendar.
The fis l . tino, noon, and ettraordinary sanitary,
~flects of Ilestettor'd tomach.Bitters, th 7 t;tzplo
tattle undrriuttlvo of mar., titan half the Claim
thin VitCrl ;ii"re" fully set' Tol.lll
- also Interspersed with pictorial illustrations,4 :
valualt u re6lpe, f,,r tho hoe •elfuld and farm, humor
one anocdotuit, and other Instructive am) :111Maing
reading matter, original and so lotted. Atm, ng the
Annuals to' appear with the 411.1ing of the year,
this will ha ono of the must useful, fitufbnitty be kW
fur the asking, The prom letors, Messrs. Hostetter
Er Smith, Pitt;burg. Pa., on receipt of a two cent
stamp., will forward a copy by mail to any pe / rson
who cannot procure one neghb, rhonA. The
Bitters are sold In may ally, t gun and village and
are extenovely, used tiireitrholft the entire el, li•
io it world,
WINE Iti111.1b(1, WlO rr:. (MANUS, for Bt aro
Fronts, Anylworr, to, Ire r bednteada. Wlro Web
bingo for sheep nod poultt r yards, Bran,. and Iron
coI cloth Sloven. Fonder+, ( crumb for viral, or. ,
nand, 21c., Unary Crimped 1:101.1, l'or, opaik arrentorn
Landneapo Wlro tor. Windows '.h0.., Poorly 111okera
Orontnen Col Wire Works. liver y Joint inn
Mon biaddronnlun rho mono facturoro, 7rl WA I,N CC
Si,slEV. No 11 North Six , 0 ntreot. ebllsderlolda.
0 ' MA II 'K r :1": T $,:
! CARLISLE PRODUCE .- MARKET.
- Corrected Weekly by R. 0: Woodward.
' .. CUr/isk. Wequesibly, December 20, 1871..
. FAMILY FLOUR ll OD
SUPERFINE FLOUR 6 00
SUPERFINE RYE noun ' 4 30
WIT I 7'E WI rEA r . 1,40
RED IVREA T' 1 37
rong "- ..,••••.• •• ..... ',• . 62
NEW OA TS .
OLD MIMED 0 1 26
min NI }TEED • ~ . •
FLAXSEED - 1 66
CARLISLE PROVISION TfAItiCET.
Corrected Weekly by J. L. llteloy, corner
of Pite and .Smith streets.
alf•ltsle, Wednesday, Daymtbee 24, IH7I.
,BLTTER ' • 0 4423
EGGS - ' 2
BEESWAX ' ' - • 28
BACON MANS 14
- ' , ol . l=Bltailidn..s76Y/4..!—.1—..",---,—,...___Ve
: - .do: SWF7S OA
WHITE BEANS." I 50
PARED PEACHES - 10
UNPA RED' do -
DRIED APPLES ' • ' • '• 07
RAGS' ' ' 09
prom the Philadelphia April, American.)
1 0 1,01111, GRAIN AND,. SEEDS.
Eecintber 19, 1571.
EXTRA FA MIL Y .FLOUR S 7 25
EXTRA FLOUR • , 6 26
R IrE FLOUR' • • 5 00
NEW WESTERN RED • ' 1 bl @ 1.67
NEW WHITE wiIEAT • • " .0855 1 ,71
,OZOVERSEED • ' pot lb
7'1110711 TREED ... ....... 101340;4o '
Writtn whitlow will Denelit yen: i. , llinot ainiie ~.
troll ed . ,,hy:y our:lneredtill ty. hitnilraile • Imre .ought
relleefrom,. the 'horrors 'it tlyep/pela thiough the modinniet DableTil'itAlttirDritetetip Eltiatioll thrum°
and. found 11:191irshould you ender when tWe adml- ,
table steel:motile hike ented'intinieldiar,ciwevithy do
gm:idol:Mt irtilloother bollevetindto mired I Delay in
thlemattimieboth dangerous end, riprofitable: Your
, health, hapillneee and bnetneesaulrere,yehlle coculant ,
neglect lo remittently toil, wed hy ! eorlous • and ninon
trollnblo result/I: Demurred Bnue, aro ligtielly
useful in the nnmeretie .ditllcti ea atienditlsi DWI
'gestlon; ne . llitdoveimesi Cormn tTION, ito.,, while ,or
'FEVER and Aura and other ',orders preemidlog
.irom Miasmari, It lii the only re fable preventive and •
retnedy - knimo, ' ' , r, . - . . ' 24im139.
LITE ST9CIC3.t. EETt3.
!. °Philadelphia, Afondeiii; rvicmber
The arrivals and tales of -.11,1 Cattle were large
this week, reaching about 2,2 t head. 'The cattle
market was very.firm this Week and prices advanced.
EXTRA FAT CATTR , :i/0 0 15
FAIR AND -GOOD CA TTLI.. 7D734
• CO TS and CALVES ecrey.•ery Ural. 1i
Springerq at SIG, and C 4,10 .9 CalneN' at $7O.
Recotpla of 200 head:
SHEEP were actiSe. Satei'of fair and choice
@.l7e gl lb, gross, Receipts 12,01 A head.
HOGS mere firm. Sales_yf_corn-fed at 7(aBy.'
lb 0e ,for extra qualitY — Receipts, 3,715
head at If Glass' yards. r •
• REP , ,I.I'CIM—IVIDDRit.—On fonrteon .11_1n
stunt Dy I
,teelmali, V D. 31, lit tilt,- r, , ,,blenco
tthio, 31r. WIWI= R - 11e.Igistor, o Dlekinaon town.
elan. to 31iss , BallIn u n 15A,Ider
rIAIIC—SWOYEII.—On the tiinot, en th
at the bride's • reelamice, I, thu i t ter..D.P. Ito
miller, Rey John Kistler, • pastof of the hUtheon
chinch, at Voter S beet. Huntingdon county, to
Mieviiaralt hero.) er, of Nowvillo. I
OItR,—.HAYS —On thu to °Mil Instant, to Ship
pon.burg, in the Presbyter inn ybuteli, by Res. D.
R. Iticharthion, Husband by Roy. T N. Ilaye, John O.
Orr use', of Carlisle, to Misq '3Artha 11., !laughter
of Dent I lay B, of Shlpponsburg township.
A ~ ...HETT.,-11111t the • twelfth Intl ant, at
the 'rEoldenee of the bride's pat , . tO, by Boy. 11. W.
Rekart, Mr George W. Ilacketi 'of Lowlsburg. Pa.,
to Meg Mollie 31., youngest daughter of .I.ll.,lliirst;
esti., of 3lechaniew urg, Pa,.
WALTHIIS—ItII,I:Y.—On Thursday, Docenthe'r 7,
to Onrilote, by tho Rov.John Foullt, Or. 15i Horn It.
,‘ alloys to 31Igs Mary E. Riley, both of Harrisburg.
• It RA lElt--1101.LER —ln Shippenshurg,lnt
inoteenth Inf.t4nt. by Rey. A. assistedvy
itov. .George Sigler, Mr. .lantoi V. Knauer, of
olumbia county, Pb, and Miss Kato It. Holier, Into
of tine pittae.
M a,.. boron In, on SAnnitty / Inmt, Mr
Patrick Madden, aged about 00 yew,
ItILEF: 'On Wodneminy, Novottlool• 23, at liar
r 1 ~b urg, .john Riley, ng , ,tl 18 yearn
NOAKEIto-14, this borough on the morning, sit
the eleventh instant, of c., sumptlon. Mrs: Keziall
Noaker, wifo of Mr William Noah er, pi oprietor of
the Cumberland Talley Hotel, in the sixty-curet year
of her uge.
STROIIM,—,In this borough, on Thurmlay last, of
consumption, urn . 31 try 1., wife of f¢ David
Stroh,.., In the thirty - , ourt lryear of her age.
H OLIDAY GOODS!
302 MARKET STREET, HARRISBERti,.
jAS in stock f -and is-constantly re
lin‘eitiNS iii his nine. ilisiOSOlurtent
edm.l4 , 1.. port of
Fall the celebrated Foielgo nod Anterlc ❑ makcre
ivatclies fdr ur gee
J EWE LIIY
India Paarl Pais, :pane Canton, Pink Core and
0111M1 Op d , rni and 'Ear-Ringii, Neck Incas and
endafits„Onyx and Jot Jewelry.
861E1 xilrer wvra at aterlitlg purity, Bum !he calc
bratud Gorham M umlaut nriupg C Inparty. 11rt a
d Pr nuts iatOn plecu.. Kvivre, Porky and Sp.u.
a latiAlsarno canes
ELECT It 0-PLAT •
Tea Bois Tee Water Slits, fftands. 'Cabs
RasL ts, Coffee Urns, Forks and Spoons, double a d
treble plate, beat hi the market
' • TABLE CUTLI RV.
Ivory, Panel and Metal Harass, In canes, atk — rjan
importatlon„aud warranted goon.
Cuckoo and Bronze CIoIS.
Vienna and Paris Fraley OM Goods, Flower Vises,
card Receivera, Table Ornaments, Thermon4ra.
Jewel Caskets, lIond••ir el.-eke, Writing, ti k,,
Glove ISoxen, Al debnir ea en Card , ases, Toilet
VIole• Wood, Loather, Ivor nivi Pearl Fann,"A
All of kr.b ch soul be a. id at the n.,y "'went ash,
price . Every 11011% is cordially Invited I oeti.andr
.xrualno for thernSo:ves.
30 . 2 Mar Vet streai, larrirdinrpll
List of unclaimed letters rentainlig in
the postoffice at Carlisle, Pa.,-f4' the
[WEEK ENDING DEC. 20,- 1171 :
LA DiES' ' I Sr.
Brannon, Mary Miller, Lizzil
Baran, Jane Minnich, 61a
Bell; Marg't Morris; Lousn
Bentz, Amt,l3. Millet-, M. E. i
Seidler, Susanna Parker, S. J.
Diller, July Ann Rued, Mary
Jordan, Itlassha Short; Mary
Kuhn, Adolia Shoemaker, Ma:
Keller, Susan Y. Smith, Emily
Lute, Sophia Tate, Susau
Mayhew, Maud E. Young, Clara
ai- Ti.n Eli t:°: LISP.
Baxter, Benjamin Puffer, Chas
- Bear, henry A. °Parvin,.T.
Ewbata, Andrew_ Robinson, Porter
Foke, John Roes, Sam'l R.
Gottshall, Geo Riffert, John
Gundaker, 11. Sheaffer,
Hitsingor, Adam Sheallbr, Gee
Dorman, Jim L. Shearer, Santl B.
Johnston, Rob't Suavely, John
King, Christian 4Tti'rpin, J. IL
Kissinger, Geo Townsend, Wm:
Lefever, David Tenscher, John
Mark, C. K. 'Updegraff, Andrew
Menton, R. S. Woodburn, W. IL
Myers, Nicholas Wentzel,, J.
Morse, J. B. Weaver. David. P.
Nichols, Beadli - Wort, Wm.
Neisloy, Jos • Wolf, Antos.
E. D. RITEEM,
01-V S .t erSV
10 , ~ALLISQN C SON . wpuld 4nnotinco,
flo — hair umuy dlc Cllippmer ' s Ow-14.1.111m.
for the IIPII.II, and It;1•-prop,rtql to Fervil PRIME
In ni,y otyll. ' such Itoled.
,tt,tr. P 1111 4 ,11. Olt 1111.11111 i Il,&o
Nu Caro eel,nn with ot.:ed;:tblieliniiint
ulna Is fitted up to the Moot Comfortable manner:
Faint leo eupplhol With the heat of 'taro in the
.thot, by the bushel or emalhir qulntnyen, 11111110 d
,C• In the• shall, nt ohort. notive, ,1111 et the very
It '1.1.140\,.0 NON,
Nu. 14 11. st Malu iltroet
R° C I. AM ATI 0 N.—Whereas the
Elm.. .1,.. II Oraham, Preirlent Jo .cut tht
several i 'on. to of epalnorn Vieux of the counties of
Courberlouo, Perry, ..m13111411111t, 1111,1../11Oti P of the
NOVI,III Courts 01 Over Itl/11 Tlllllllll l l acid thierma
.1 ill !ollivery In sold Nor, lieu 111111 I lig blot,, Tlorouur
P. Blair cool the Atari. thigh Smart, Jullver ofthy
roy for 'lac trial of ail eanitat an . orb r f10,,,t0. l ir
the sold , minty 01 Cumberlanill I), dr.irins'orpt Ili me
rote, , dated 1:Ith of Novowbor, ion Intro ordered
the Cot •I of - 0, or aro! IFeriultior - ancl"(Tolliltar Jail
Doll' or to ho holj• n at CI .rtlrtie, ,II tic 114 1111
Mondry of January, 11.12 • , (brlort ' tho el k ehtls
day,) at ten o'c yolk In the tori , ooon,ito random, two
weak'. .. —,
Nonce Is hereby given 10 1,10, COM, er, 'last Ices of
the ?ono°, and Constables of ilio odd County of Caul-
IV. Oslo!, that the, aro thy said- precepts corn
in, tided 10 ho then mind, there In holy proper ptu/10110,
nal! thim records, owl i111111,111,1011if,,0X1111111111
time, other retneattbrances, to do t mina 0114;5
which In their oPt 0 upper tda to 00 .done, and nii
thong that urn bound hi re,ognizattees "to ilrOSelillte
COIL thn prisoners that are r limo nit 111 ho in [lto
of said enmity, nru - to be them to prom:oats them
as slodi bn Just. ' . •
J. IS. VOIUMAN,
El. 111 0111jo,'Corlltdv. 131 IW,
--• 1) . vembeer hi!, . 2ltleu7llc
F L O . R A L u - D'E
The flret editton , 1 Two Hundred Thourand Copies
paper, in two colon., ned Illyntrard ivith over Threo'
Hundred Engrovinge of Floriare nod Vegoteldee, and
TWO COLONED PLATES.
Tho moot beautiful and lastrucilvo Catalogue and
Yleral Outdo in tho werld-112 ptwes, giving tour
ough dbeetlone for the eultiPoiif Ploiveta awl VegeN
tables(bruani Ull Ong grounds,.maklng wnl k e. kr.
A' (nab:tame preseat - lay mist...mom bat for
warded to filly who apply by p 1..% fog Ton Ounts,,
only onimpiagter the m.t..Addroes,
JAEI EfI , NTOIC
Noolitetor, N. Y.
BBiGNEVB- NOT.ioE.•:—!lsTotico is
horoby Wyatt that William nulling and o
of thwilnlo, havltig• .000utod u dyad of am/ligament to
tho unlhoiluniid„ for hooollt, of crodituro, all
venom, bath* rlalmel against mild eqtaio will pre
soar them. properly antlionticuted, fur payment, and,
thoeihittdobtall will make puyinaut, without delay,
J. 0. STOOK,
-, 2ldoenit ' Aladjoniii;
THE 1-111 E -.STO R
• . DEY
• - BARGAINS.
Como it once und dot your eyes:mo and you will
he le livlug %%Rum of the tact Mut urn wiling
goods lit the
,E - W .DII,EISS GOODS,'
jnet opined, at the latest docllno to prices
tko linndoomostof the messon, inarkod down in priori
ShaWls! Shawls 1 Shawls !
4get.opeued, beautiful and cheap
FURS FURS ! I FURS II!
In tbege goods wo have the finest the market can
produce. We defy competition for quality and low
pile... We are willing to have our goods compared
with any'in the.ruarket
CLOTHS AND OASSIMEIiES.I
A good wortmoulat low prices
Woinalio a specialty of theso goods. Wo.havo the
&rated BUFFALO BRAND ; also throe other
big grades, a. Troll iso ninny of the prirst broods.
pers. n 6110111 d rook° an exatilnaili n of these
goals hoforo purchasing; It will pay you wall.
lie greatest variety wo have over exhibited, con
mg Or .
LADIES' HAN vicHiceg 'EFS,
in Lye, Embrouloreil, Plain end Mourning,
SAL.' AND DOY.S' 4ANDRD,RCHIEFS.
OWSTLEM P 7 N'S'IIANDAERCIIIIIFS
ANDKEBCBTEES IN ELEGANT FANCY BOXES,
't:00 styles lu every vurioty of edldrin and pdres,
LINEN AND 101131t0IDEMID Sll 47' 1..! , 5.
We riNneat all to cell and give us f.< pleaeute of.
, ur owls, and if the quell y and nr:co are
net in ol..fra to you to purehome, we will not
l i l !Id c7l
-QIIERIFF'S SALES.—By virtue of
kJ sootily arts of Rialitioni E,Jponas, • Lecari
Facias an Firm' /I‘cius Word out it the Court of
V. 1111110 n Pleas of Cutuborlinat county, and to tie
direeted, I will expose to public Lode, at the C..u•t
liontte, in the boroogh of Carlisle, on Friday, the
fifth day g i January, 1.72,at ten Crio.k a. m,
rho fa lu- fag .1 ,crilaal I.1.111'111":1t, to wit:
All that certain 1.. t . f ground situate in the bor
ough of ;Mee, nicebur :. runt eria• d county, ha.
bounded,tin th- narth by Shops n atm. t, 0., the east
t. Frederick strew, on the south by a lot of Mr.
Alexandor, and on the treat by nu alloy, containing
2... , feet in front by 200 f-et in depth more or tees,
having thereon erected a Two-Story Dri4 glochine
Shop, Frante Blacksmith Slap, and From- Paint-
Shop. Also, tho Boilers, Engine., , Planer., Sons
and other fixture. apporminlog to said glop
timed and tattoo in execu lon no the property of
the 3leclianica . Manulacturlog ComparlY. _
Also, defendett's Interest In a lot of ground situ.
ate In rho borough of atechttnicaburg;•Cont lierlaod
county, Pa. ~bounded on fhb north Id th,q C. Y.a,
It. on the eapt by the Union church, on the south
lo :drawl, rr: . alloy, All,lOl. the is- a , by other lid
Ij of William Y. Jobn.o. , c auditing 20 fend front b
1180 Out In (I,•ptli moro or leas, having then eon erected
'a 'Two Story &Pk Dwelling Donee Selz d and
'taken-In execution ha the property of William V.
hainson., . . -
Alen, defoodent's Interest In n lot of ground situ
to in, the borongli a' .loclutuicaburg, Outnberlaud
ounty, Pa , I oundet on the north by the C. V. It
Fi on the east and west by other lot of William Y
tohnron, and on, tiro .00111 by StrltiTburry alloy,
'PtlitaitilOg 20 feet by So foot m re or lota, haring
'lli..reod erected a Two Siory Drink I'wolling lloueo
7.01z01l and totkon In iSXO.IOI,II BFI (ha property of
VI I tin Y. doh. Gan. '
Argo, a lot of ground ..itunte in the borough of
lachun.corrurg, Cumberlridd county, tra., bounded
u the nort by the C. V. It. It., on the east be arbor
rt ril William Y. Johnsen, ou the south by Striae
orry alley, and ou the o ust by Mrs John Johnson;
out:lining 21, feet by SO fea,t more or less. hay.nr
heron erected Two-- , tory brick Dw.lllng.
..lzed a. d taken to execution .as the prr.perty of
Vintner Y.. 1. hr Soo.
Also 0 lot of gron..d aituate,ln the bc , rou.th of
et:blank. , lag, Ctnt.er and .Lou Lay, bounded
e' the imrth by the C. T. R, R., on the east by tire.
. &AMR., on the 'outh by an alley, a..d , a the
q,t by Dr. 1 - ,0147 and other property or 0.r00d..f,
hi feet Ly feetAnur,or loss. Seized n. , 11 taken in
ixeentt II HP tile•property I William Y 'Johnsen
-Also, a lot: at ground situate In the borough of
ileoh a nic:otrg cumberland county, Pa., ounded
pn 'tile north b the C V It. It ,on the east bO .. other
pt.op,ty'ot deter,dartt; on - the - south - by Dr nor -
\and on the ',vest by • arket sleet, containing 80 by
/0 -, Met more or lens. Seized and taken In exerts
h-or as the property or Wit barn YJ h -on.
I Also, 8 I t ollround sit nate- In Mifflin townthin,
(lamb rl ,10 ntdy, Pa, boo dad on the went, north
end east by P: tar Whittler, end on- the mouth by
imp Damp vontaining Two Ao•lrCh 1110. I , r lean
havilrg than ro. r reeled a Two-Story Frame Dwelling
Muse, ,lamb e, and utter nettle! dingo. Seized and
eke, In execution on the property of ISillinte
~,Aleo, the mlivided Interest In a tract of land sitw
nat.. I'l , 8011;h:imp' on townhip, Cumberland county
Aanitoted on the north by r. 'hush. ON the east
by 8 1,. Ad •nle, on the south h. Samuel Baker and
Jaco . r . Fmiter:and on the west by' ()verge Boaer,
~ •ntntioltut '235 A,11.11 01070 or It., having thereon
e , acted a Two-Stony Stone Dwelling House, Blink
Barn. and otlt4 outbuildings ;,B,.ized and taken In
execution, an the prom, rte of 1n4,1 , I Croseler
Al-o, that certain lot, of ground ell n.to In Upper
Allen townehlo,thimb teand county, Pa, tounded
oa tlio moth' by -Henry iilckman, on the oat by
fki urge t 1 blue 0, on the email by n public road, and
n the waq by a public taut Mrs Oar da polar, Multi.
anth Kline, Mrs. Susan Fackler, Jenatl, Fortnoy
and henry Itfrknuut. em tinning Two ore. mom
h.t•li.g thereon - orycnin a Three. • tory' Hotel
Prune Smoke Damon,
outbid dings Seized and talon In execution as the
i.r..it ray of Abriihniii WZn 1. •
Abut, nl trot co
,tiiin Twoilitory Frame Dwelling.
Di by 24 foot, situate on thlal , north . a de i•f Tatou t •
atroot, near ewviilo borough, bounded. Mt he e tot
and mirth by allovo. and on, i weiit I. Samuel
Kfreotiate and the can Dingo iipiartmot tho said
building.' Bold on a writ of Levert V ulna as the
proporty of Smutted Lewin '
Aloe. all that lot of grounil'oltuatelit rant Prime.
borough rowataiiiii. Cumberland coin?, n, do,.
qi, he north It) the houthernburg and Ilarrliduirg
turnpike on thu east by Dr. Moor Con Qin south It ,
Dr. Crain, and oil ,the west ,- Zda Bowman. con-
Mining Two Acres micro ^r lei., having thereon
'reacted n Two-Story OwelAing Hamm, From
Sta. 10, and abhor outbuilding' :olged and talon
in tee, natal as the droporry o ?I. Canino,
Ibio, a kt of ground sip
towriehl , tututr•Fla: d count
north, tout and weptdy a
south by ilia 0 V It. It .
or haying thereon
Dwelling Home, Fru. •
Into: Seized and tan ,
of nary A. Cal mow
111,1 alt to bo sok
he reintlr ,
of lb '
au I r
In the richest shades
DUKIC & BURKBOLDER'S,
N.rth Tatiovor etreett
bolow Carl•l9 llep.it Book
. . .
lioundad on the
end and on Inn,
Tire Acre- amrn
+ , l3t.ny Frame
the prop rty
A ' MEETING of , the Cumberland
C unty Agdcnitural Sudety plate holttin
he • arbitratten Chamber in "the Court Hauge, en.
ueeday, January 2, 1812, at 10
j, Election or efficerefur the enacting year.
• ' P. UNE,
n electfui for offceis of But Oni Mollu Id
and Loan Association ' will 1, at u
e held - sit y
li B onnt,
,I 7 Springy, on Monday pvolllll2. Juritiarr 1, 1872
JOHN T. CR , ZIER, '
ealbt : .- Bteretary—
i : EOUTOWB. NOTICE.. , ----7--
y ice is hereby given that letters testamentary
it,' !met will and testament -of. Catharine
her, lute of :meth Middleton township de
have ben groats to, the - itudereigti.d
r. gln the etme towt.shlp All persons haring,
against mitt teteto witl please, present tiih
settlement, end those halt bled ere requested
t• payment without delay
I * DITC4,LAEL HOFFMAN,
ATE NOTlCE.—Ditters -of ad
nlstration with the will annexed on ti,
J.•hn Halbert. into cf the borough (INT . -
. sped, buying loon issued by- th.• newsier
demi county, to the undersigned residing
rough. ' All pm sons knowing themselves
i said e..t.to will rra ko• payment. and
, g Cillittlfl will present them prop rly an
t,. fbr go tlement to C. P.- IIUMItICII,
No 2tl West Main street, Carlisle,
Adtninistrator C, T. A.
Ntttieo is -- hereby,' gifori'
following nanwd •ne have filed
, hotel, liquor, resteurant and retailers
r the eoveral u; le of Ae:oinbsy relating
arp Iraq r
day, the o
e office:of-4 ha-Clerlt—of—tha fours-or
4 Cumberland county, which MI iii
ill be prreented to said Court on Mon
day of January, 1871
HOTEL. . •
Flat Ward, Carlisle
. • • South SIW. twp. ,
t, Newton township
North Ward, Mechanicsburg. •
Lower Allen twp.
W. E. Ear
George W '
William Go. •
.8. N Emmiri
John D. &URN,
John Ords, -
G. K Duko,
Hem y operow,
rth V an], Meci anicsburg.
NORVIIIO bor bgh
8: - AvIlavaretIck, -
Jacob ' 11lor,
tAll licenses mug I;
granted, or they will b‘
Mod within lb dupe iftbi
alt4E C. 1311EAFPER,
rk of Quarter Sessions.
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sixty-four pages each, ohmic, than
Titres Thousand Double-Clcdu Octavo Pages
of reading matter yearly; and I. o Only t'omplla
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tattling Mx; cream or Fo•eign Po.l Meal tLitortiorti,
d either that of tint leading tilagazines; i nf Monte
Litorat tiro named below, will Ito sent to ono address
for one year, viz:
Harper's Monthly (or Weekly, or Bazar), Tho,At
lairic Moothly, Lippincott'a M mthly, tho (Waxy,
Old and New, Serihner's 'Monthly, The Oyetland
Monthly, or Appleton's Journal (week y); or, for
B Tito Living Ago and our Young Folks. Ad ;
dress as above
American Clothes li'a,her
TETE AMERICAN WASHER I
No American Wailter Savee Money
Time, acid Drudgery.
The Fatigue.of Washing Day no Longer
Dreaded, but Economy, Efficiency, and
Clean Clothing, Sure. -
To calling public attention to Ole tonchine,
a few oldie luvn qualitlex, (riot ro•needed by,
nuy 'other washing inachluer yet Invonted,)- nre brce
It is the eniallest, most compact, most portable,
must sample in vomit, notion, 11)0SL operated.
A child ten years old, with a tow home' prartice,
ran thoroughly eomproliend and effectually nen It.
There is no a.l,llo.ting. no screws to annoy, ,no delay
In adapting I It In always ready for 000 1 It le
p:rf...cr litua wonder' It In a minim ore alant, doing
more root k and of a better quality, thou the -n of
elub.lute and costly. Ono hallo( the Inb,.r Is tul , y
..aved by its one. and the clothe.. 0111 lout o.ke-hilf
longer than by-the old plan of the nth board It
will tomb the Inigert blank. t Three shirts at a
time, witehl..g th.ki oughly I 11l a wort, (h.• blutnn
of.loy fabric, from a Quilt to a. Lace 'Curtain or
.Cambric Handkerchief, are etjually withil. .ca.
paolty ..f thisIITT. t 0 EMI It can be fastened - to
any tub and token off at will
No matter I.olY.dnep tooted a 1 re.indi -e may exi.d.
against 'O, aching 'Ml....blues, the moment tiller little
ma .iii. ale Bean to perform its condors, nil doubts
t ire eleinslog efilcavy aid Malty ere I uulsbed and
the doubter and detractor et once hoc utor the fast
Monde of the 111M:111110.
We have to. i Imol lots without en 1.• setting forth
Is numerous Av.-alleges over nil other* and from
howl, eds who have ili.own aside the unale ;try,. use•
leas toschloes, wl. 101 l biter signally label.] no serum
-01.11 the (Meet promisetbits pramimmt and loud
sounding advertisements. I
• It Is as ~erloot for weskit .g as • wringer is fm.
• (ogling, "The pn o.an tiler pvrani..unt induct
merit to purchasers, hung hem, placed no low that it is
within the roach of every lr usekeerer, and there Is
rip anti. le of don:mills economy. Witt will rep t, the
small luvestment so I.OIM.
All that 14 sts4ol for Ode Olt T LABOR SAVER
!it a fair It We otanuree each machine to d.
Ito work p•rfirtly.
, A. 11. FRAY .130 8 & CO,
- 613 Market Str. , ot l'hHa olphls, P.
. The largeet.and cheapest WOODICX W A h it tiousE
ho th. , United htntee. t' .
.A.DIES' FANCY FURS 1 •
JOHN FARERIA ,
718 Arch street, Middle of the Block,'
. ,Sotwooti 7th and flthatreels, south
poporter, Manufacturer a n d haul,, in all kinds and
quality at' • . .
• • Fancy Furs
Fort tidier._ and Oltibtrou'n Weer
Having imported a very litreaand ,plendid ateorb
meat or alttlio• different kinds of Purs Ilona fist
hands in Earle, nod have Ind them made up by
the ntost altilllnl warkmen,would respectfiilly invite
the readers of this paper to call 'and examine Ills
very largo and brautifuravottment of Fancy Furs,
for Ladien.and Children lam deterniined to t 1 9 11.;.
a, low prices as any other teepo•tablo house in (bit
city alt Furs warranted No miereinceentatlon to
effect 'sales • • . JOHN FARElltak,
19oeflaus 718 Atoh Street; Philadelphia
FOR 'TRH :Lt 0 1.11.4Y11
. Volvets4 •, • •
Rutprota Moths, 4iparea,
Relators, Ru ••
A. W. DENTS it'CO..
• VOR PURR , DRUGS; puntiakrA,
and Patent Medlinee,4 4 .. tog. Iso
' ; HaretaticL
in. 6 South Ilanoyer street. Aleoi sa ylendidhert'
• ant or,Tollet• Soap!, Pothltoetdea, at! •Vana) Tolle
' !to .6 South Ilannyor atreat,tlarlleta,
• • • AND NHOHTIES
'Amite. Noir Ilid dim:4 ■nd New Line*
. eli styles, for Chrlitimte.' • ,
t 1?) IN. hli lt
• - .1 , • ge... ~
. , * - ~., 1? . ' , , , ,
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~ ‘ i ~ 1 4 1 . ••-•„. , t l ,
T ' . ~,,, .. PJ •,1, t ' . - ;:, .
Novw on Ex Al
NO.IB EAST IVI.SIN STREET,
(Oppoite.the Bein'te,Houso and Saxton's Hardware Store.)
NEW STOCK OF BLANKETS
W. Poonsboru twp
Magnificent Stock of Handkerchiefs,
Thread 'Lace Collars and Cluny Lam,C,ollars
A full assortment of reliable patterns for all kinds of La,lies' and Cliildren'S
Garthents;from Mme. Demorest's Emporium of Fashion's..N , 'w York, in various
sizewand'styles. Each pattern put,np- in- an. envelwpo. with illustrations and full
description how to cut, put together, make and trim the garment.
A -USEFUL AND ATTRACTIVE PRESENT
for, their children 4ud l fFyTds, will not regret the examination of this stock before
F ,A.X.I. LIRA-QOM :
HOMER, OOLLAEA Co.,
Gll att,”tion to their
MAGNIFICENT STOOK OF
Goods for the Fall Season !
In Materials and Shades
la I L. "E. fra .
TIII3 undosianed ',;lrers at plant° solo. that Very
des.. 1 140 0,0100 too-,tOly Brack situ tenths
East. High att., et, In the lan . ough of estilsle,boundo
na f Mows nigh.
16.1 nnrtl by utitilley; on south
by Etu.t. 11.11111 an est, ow th's east b, tint county Jail.
and on thu weal by :anus! Ilopbtarn sr Thu lut•la
GI feet Ir••et by 240 feat 1.1 depth Tits bow°. cos.
cot, tly,ocinaett by satnuel • Ilopburn, Jr. is Dilli Of
1/.• fillOta" J,,. I lit, borough, gas and wntur lo lag In
troduo el, and the I Witting ts tlllabcd lu the very
beer at. lo ‘ll5, ebitelote,
The prop 1•01- tliTl - I , FiVanno advantageous tarals,
to any person ultquog to puranossj For further
ibtrttettlurdcull on 'or ad ire en
I Trimilung ,Velvets !.. 2.07111.
To cnotth tplko ,nd Dram Ooodle,
Oloak,andSuit Do"partmOnt.: L
• • '
This department contains all the Now StOrs of
Walking Jackete, Suit!i•and 0100E6,
In the Newest Materials, nod pf 'every plea, from
the most moderato to tho moot Mcpendio
Elegant Paisley, tkreelie,'Paris, do
INDIA STYLE 9,
Elegant Woolou Slim*
. por4:,ADELY'&- CO:,
1412 and 1414 Opmetnut Strad..
' PHILA.DPLPELIA. '
ELEGANT NEW STOCK FOR
8 r 6 EIEN" FEEL D's
V ,1 1.1.3r0s aEink.cl ISla.zllnris..
Every description of
AND CHILDREN'S FURS
At very low prices
Groat Baigaina in
THE --N EW
To all who wish to purohilso
REMEMBER THE PLACE.
L. T, GR,EENFIELD,
East Main St., CARLISLE
All the Moveltle, In
All the New Colors In
pfint makeit nr
Point Lace - Collars;
RTNIEIN I I%
l'idetable Bijfa Estate for Nide
Vi SALE.—K tra tof laud situated
is. Canal in d Elver. in iiiverpreil township,
errs couhtz, itEE HUNDRED AND
FlFiti ACP ES, more or less, basin, thereon 'tier eD
two-,itory brick don' le DWELLING 110 USE,
gont;y finished; n huge imo-story FRAME DWELL—
ING GUUSE, and a Levy lino Berne BANK BARN,
110x60 feet The al ove !lett eon be readily din idol
Into Nevem] farms, which mill be mud tog , tier or
seNrate, 10)11)1 11111 . 01101/Th.
A en, a pie.o of land In rho Fame township, con
tainin.L lIIRTY ACRES, morn ur' less, partly
AL o, it tract. of land on the canal anti river, In
Buffalo township, In the violin county, containing
ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY ACRES, more or
less, abut t h e, boll being shared, having thereou
erected two log houses and a log stable.
A so. a lot of gr nod In' ho borough of Liverpool,
being EnsltO fret, yitta beta son the via or and
Copal, And hating thole.vi
ected a WA itEIIOIIS E.
All to ho hl on very favorablo torsos and time
glt en to ault the perch nisi.
The above, properties until ho offered nt private
solo unt.l OCTOBER tig, 1071 and If not sold before
thot time, will he sold at public solo on that day In
Liverpool, urban and where the terms will ho motto
Apply to 11. G. M . KiElt, Nlyclmnlcsburg, or to .1
I r Ilurrisburg.
29J 071 t f
VALUABLE FARM FOR SALE
The undersigned offers at private sale, LIB farm in
North Niiiidletott townxhip, ono nib east of Carlisle,
and adjoining the Poor Hon, farm. containing 103
acres, with a to d Steno House, ciartalning tin rooms,
and a Stone and Frame liar it thereon erected, and
well and delllll.ll near tan di o r . An ot.leird of
chide litut trees in g ed bearing 'ettnillt mu, The
land son d conveniently be divr&d Into two email
MMI, in Veined condition, anti is well.knowu to be
an productive es any land In t timberland Valley.
Per teem, call on the undersigned, re.bling on the
premises, Or M 11111,4 Mill by latter at Cnrholo, l's.
Also, a tract of bind Piirry ou grown is er
with young thriving Chestnut Timber, I:maid:ring
11 acros and 7 perches, bounded on the north by the
Petdrslint g or ail, o 'the east by litiat of Ire Mermen,
on 11113 west by land or -tunnel Bear, on the smith IV
rand unJ eleor 11 , 111 011 (Op of ~wo o till n, and three•
four it if x mini train the tavern, ou Sterrett's Hap,
and about - 436 front the. term
31.inilic JONATHAN CIOL3INS.
pESIRABLE TOWN RESIDENCE
D ESIRABtE TOWN RE§IDENCE
Thu undoisigued ,JlTern at Private•Sitle, the'
tibia reddatier, No. 130 \tuoL Lon In r stro..t. The
Inane in a Two4Tol6v MUCK with I eckbullaingo,
turuish. a with can nail water 'and other' modern
linprovonnenta, and a lot of ground 00 feet trout and
2.111 foot deep, 0 I. b. Illitherin, fruit and .shale t recs.
Terms 0300. Posnonion given hainadiatrly,
bhariltl" 0. D
HOUSE- FOR SALE
NO. 35 WEST LOUT II ER STREET
J U. LLj VERSTLCK.
Trtf,r and Festival.
IN AID OF Tlt'
IN !WEENIE'S, HALL,
URINCi lIOLIDA 1",!.
ht, o'd and f:flicient Company 'Woad ha'.ll , qt a
Fair hi lthoent's nal', dot leg thy, ltolidays, tint
procredv to be . (11,011.11 the linuldatlon of the
dolt contracted In tho• purchaso of •
• TIIE3R NEW 'STEAMER. =
In. this laudable elide trey they expect t• rat:elven°
cordial symp Raid 1110 attire iv-opera:no 1,11,1
flildiCtit , pu of all the 'wont° nr Carlbile, who whit: lilt
maintain the ettleleney Of tiro Fire Department,
Contributions in money and nrtieles toilette&
.—Six-hundrod'Hionon- tiekota will- bo-mildott- ONE
DOLLAR eauh, earl: ticket entitling the holder' to
ad:o.6ton during the Fair, an/ to one thauce In n
'LOT OF .GROUND' . ,
In Cs:010e, :10 foot fiend iiv• 120 foot deep, ettneted
Oralaat...-North et reet,..adjelniug. the pteperty of-John
Faber. The lot Is valued at, sod could ho sold to..
'day for 1200, and In no excellent alto tern rteltlence.
' In order to dneure'entlre litlrneme in the dletrlbu•
Non df the prize, at' the ',Apnea of the Company;
lIIINIIY AXTON, W. F.'S nprxtc . nnd WILLI AM
K VIIIIKDY, • egr'e., base cendented to act an a Com•
milt., and will hare' entire Charge of the drawing.
Thee° gentlemen lire: ifi na Ivey, connected
WITB THE :COMPANY;
.nn.l horn' win Interest whiLtovor In. thin o - oltonn., nml
thelr.namot nro n.llslont , guntordon that justice
will hn doun to oll.•
Preeltle.np of Company
, - tbiti:ZiB g 7,;9l:;;:r i :Nlo p q r u r ir o o l of a .. •
blllB ' tro
bu pH! nfar Ifforth.ll3:7l..b