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\\\ THURSDAY, JULY 25, 1872.
lita ;,%liii . ff ' o4 llll/ . ll galaiisei
rThe &in of ViEAKLEy ..t *ALLKCE
having been dissolved mutual consent,
notice is hereby given to -all those pa,.
trolls of TOE HERALD who aro in• arrears
either for subscription, advortisingor
job work, that prompt sottloment will
-4 be necessary. At 910 expiration of 30
days, all accounts remaining unsettled
will be . colleeted according laiv. The
books of thedato firm willlbe kept at
THE HERALD OFFICE, where settlements
can be made.
FULL—the moon, and some of tlio
b'hoys last Saturday night.
A. I',I , ITY fromtown seining in the
-.Yellow—Breeches on Monday, obtained
• 260 fish. A good day's work.
Ws"notice teams aro engaged in haul
ing stone for the First. Presbyterian
church. The masons will resume work
in a'rew ditys. •
.1 r ,
Pr is a remarkable fact that Pain Cure
Oil is driving all other "Oils" and
Liniments from the market. Why is it?
Because it will.certainly do all that is
claimed for it, and is warranted. -
TICE officers of the Cumberland County
Agriculttiral Society, at a recent meet
ing', changed the date of holding the
Annual Fall Exhibition to the last week
in September, instead of the second week
of October . as heretofore.
WE havo been enjoying delightfu
weather the past few days. We noticed
a number of persons wearing overcoats
on Saturday morning at market, and
wouldn't bo angry in the least if wo
should •be permitted to enjoy this
pleasant weather the remainder of the
RECOVERINO.—TIio numerous friends
of our respected townsman. A. L.
Spoilsler, esq., will be gratified to learn
that he - is recovering from the'recent
surgical operation which he underwent
about ten days since. tie will not he
able to transact business for some time
yet ; persons interested will make a
PAPER manufacturers will kakci•lifoti6
that proposals will be received by Mr.
John McCurdy, Superintendent of Pub
lic Printing, at his office in , Harrisburg,
I'a., for supplying the State with Print
ing Taper ; book paper and double flat
cap paper. Said proposals will be opened
on next Thursday, August 1. The edn
tract to continuo one yeai.
TIIR Monitor, Huntingdon, Pa., pub
lished by Joseph ti. Cornman, came to
band last week enlarged to an - eight col
umn sheet, and printed on au Acme
power press. We congratulate the
Monitor man on hie grind hick, .and wish
him success, although his politics aro
wretchedly bad. We also see that E.
Cornman, jr., son ,rsf our townsman, E.
Cornman, esq., intends doing the local
izing for this paper.
MURSDAY next will be Emancipation
Day, and the colored citizens 'are de
termined upon celebrating the day in
good style, should the weather prove
favorable. Several bands of music will
be in attendance ; Costley's brass band
of jlarrisburg; without fail. • Eminent
speakers will bo in attendance.
P. S.—Since the above has been written
we have been informed by the Chairman,
that the dinner will by prepared at the
Carlisle Barracks instead of Mr. Woods'
grove, as announced.
RILLICUOUS.—The open air services on
Sabbath evening, were more largely at
tended than on any previous occasion,
since-the opening evening. Addresses
were:delivered by Reverends Frysinger
and Halbert. The services on Sabbath
noxt•will 'be held at the corner of Pitt
and Louther streets. ,
TRE Rev. Charles 8. Albert, pastor of
the First Lutheran church, of this
borough, with his bride, returned from .
their wedding tour yesterday.
WE arc requested to announce that
services will be held in, the Lutheran
church ou Sabbath flat, at the usual
hour. ' -
Tun Sabina' ionneeted with'
groveri, in ash(
l'll E PENNSYLVANIA .11E5IpWES.—The
--ad : int:n . it general dechlos that'all men of
the Pennsylvania reserve vrps'irlio en
listed in the State service prief'to July
22, 1801, for throe years as coming under
the act of April 22, 187 g, and soldiers of
such organization can now apply to the
second auditor of the treasury'qepart
ment for their . bounty, proVlded they
had not served long enough and did
not receive one hundred dollars for such
service. This act does not take cogniz
'neemf widows or heirs of deceased soh.
die's. It applies only to those who are
yet living and were discharged' before
having served two years. The number
to be thus benofitted will probably ag
gimgato 8,000. A. large number of these
men were killed before their regiments
.wore mudtered into thg United States
ASHLAND CE,AIETERY.—On dabbath
last, we visited this quiet city of the
dead, and were much surprised at the
improved appearance of the grounds.
During the past year, several splendid
monuments and tombstones have been
erected, and many noticeable improve
. ments made in this beautiful plot of
ground. The shade trees and shrubbery
planted a few years since have 'grown
, miFely; and already visitors seek sheltOr,
&Ohl the melting rays of the sun, be
neath their cool and eltadrbranches.
The lots have bean nearly all disposed of,
and to those who contemplate investing,
'we would advise them not to delay too
It is the history of all cemeteries that
the prices of the lots advance rapidly,
and in many places' they cannot ho pro
cured ,under any, consideration. This,
too, will ho truo respeetingAsbland, and
that day is mit far distant.
. Parsons purchasing lots need havo no
fear of molestation to plants, shrubbery
or anything planted thoroin, as the man,,
agora have a superintendent in charge of
the grounds. No children aro permitted
thero unless accompanied by their par
rents, and no later than last Sabbath a
week two young mon of this borough
were naosted for unbecoming conduct
and tined . ss eadh. will also ,be borne
' in mind that this Cemetery, is the place ,
of interment for a large ecopo of country,
and the grounds are not .very largo.
Persons desiring lots or, wishing to see a
c . liagNam 'of the Cemetery, should, call at
D. Sipo Son's house fUrnishing depot
'on North Eranoyor Shoot
Tin: oats crop in this locality has been
nearly all :cut and Aloried. Tho crop
turned out better than harb r een IS • -
pocted. . . .
W.F. hear iumors ou the street, that ef
forts are under, foot toNiraihs the estab
lisliment 'Ora Presbyterian Papal° Semi
nary in this place. — Hopo the report may i
OPPICIAL VISIT.—Mr. James L/Small
wood, of York, Pa:, D. D. G. M., of this
district paid Cai•lisloStar Lodge, No. 18,
A. Y. M., au official visit on Thursday
ANY person wishing to embark in a
lucrative business, -should read the card
of Mr. Jacob Boas, which appears in the
Present issue. Very liberal inducements
- are..offeredto any pus wishing to invest.
Bee ad. '
Tnr; first Cumberland county poaches
of tht; present season were offered in
market on Saturday morning; at 50c
per peck. Mr. David Widders, of South
Middleton, had them for sale.
44 MERE' aro a number of persons liv
ing in Carlisle, who attend church in the
morning, and pic-nlc at Holly in the af
ternoon. Wicked people. Mountain
Give us the natnes,,Mr. Editor. a Wo
didn't suppose there were any poisons in
our town guilty of Lilo above Conduct.
I have entirely recovered from small
pox, and as my loss was great and as I
am in needy circumstances, I purpose
Canvassing Carlisle for a very popular
book, called "Our Father's House, or
Tho Unwritten Md.'' 'Phis book is so
popular that it has boon printed in both
German and Dollish, and furnished at
the same plies, ;43.7, and $O.OO. I ask
for the natronage of the people of Car
lisle. T. J. l'nErrymAN
NOV CE.--M•member that I). \V
yer is opening great bargains in all kinds
of Summer wear, in order to make - way
for Fall stock. We have no bad stock,
thl accumulation of years to offer you,
but desirable goods at such prices as will
pay you to buy.
Do not be hurrilmg * zed wilAse stock
41f okLgoods. guarantee everybody
in seareh'of genuine bargains their mo
ney's north at our .cheap stove.
Loos APPLE.—A writer :in an ex
,change,_ 'says : " Who would have
thought twenty years ago, that tho des
pised.' love apple' would have been con
verted into the useful tomato. This
reminds us of the time when our people
were doing- their best to acquire a taste
for annatnes, then just coming into use ;
but it was much more Oleo 20 years ago.
If the writer's memory is not at fault,
people were„engacied in to nato eating.lo
years , ago. Previous to this tomatoes
were known as 'love apples,' and were
not looked upon as of any real value."
EDITORS HEIALD As the Republican
County Convention shortly be held
to select a county o:het, per the voters
of the Upper End, to mesent the name
of llEsity B. Moen, of Soulliampton,
as a proper candidaie for Commissioner.
Mr. 11. has excellent bird toss
Mons, and his thixotig,h acquaintance
01/61' the county, maces him altogether
available for the po,irion. We feel cer
tain that if nominated, he will use all
Ininorable means to secure his election.
MANe VOTERS. • •
A FAMILIAR FACE.--While laboring
over a six-lino local, we ;,earl a footstep
enter the door, and upon turning around
we met the (mkt gaze of an old familiar
countenance. It none other than
Old Harry Sheet, "typo," and one
well-known to ll,' cditmi al fraternity
throughout the Stale. flurry, although
almost three score and NM, still looks
ale and party, and as young as he did
wo years since, when he passed ihrough
this place. Ho is the father of 15
children, 13 of whom are living at this
time ; his, wife having presented him
with twins at three sneees&ve
This individual is unlike the majority of
"tramps," and is known everywhere for
honesty: indAi y zunl F.nbrFety. We
recommend him to our editorial brethren,
as one worthy of assistance. Long may
JN .11,1 -
—A gentleman friend of ones
aid the jail 'a visit recently, and w Idle
there was admit led to the prison aitrt
meld. Any one \vim has visited this in
stitution lemombeis that there is a gong
to call the blibrilior any of his sta when
ever flick presence is TIOCO:% et y. Wil
liam Smith, in painting the prison love
the gong, a thick coat of black paint,
which olcourcoleadons the soond. ,
to FCSIlme 'the thread of our narrat
'Um friend having viowed — and " in
all,tho prisoners, .wished to
retire, and had access to the tgong. But
.all efforts, at obtaining a "hearing"
proved abuitive, and be was obliged to
wait patiently for tit' least lin minutes,
Mimi:mum one of the officials Was/Ad-.
miffing , visitors. tic says the Alext
time "ho darkons those prison walls ho
Will got a lion on the front door." Cor
of " pictileing"
'lrma C . —According to an nomrce
ment made in our last, - ,the
tiles" opened in ltheem's Hall, on Mon
day evening last, for a short season. A
large, brilliant, and_ intelligent audience
were seated in the hall long before the
lieur had arrived for the entertainment to
commence. Tito 'groat moral drama,
entitled"' East 'Llynne, or. the Elope
ment," was preseidedvon this occasion.
'Pilo young: and beautiful HELEN D'EsTE,
in her dual character of Lady Isabel
and Madam Vise, sustained her high
reputation, and the interest manifested
by the audience throughout the entire
play remained unabated , . She is-rt yery
. pleasant and agreeable actress, and the
manner of her address • charmed her
The young tragedian, Mu. J. G.
STuris,. in the obaradter of Sir Francis
LOViBOI3, acted his part in -a masterly
manner, and from his first appearance
on the stage was greeted with rounds of
applause.' n P. ,J. Wildman, as Archi
bald Carlyle, Simcoo Leo as Lord Mount
Severn, H. C. Ilagy as RiChard Hare, Zoo
Isola, as Cornoy Carlyle, Clara Wildman
as Barbra Hare and Emily Stuttz, as
Joyce, rendered their parts to' perfection
and fafrly carried the audience away:
The members of Obi troujin are perfect
ladies and gentlemen, and have made
many friends Since their, arrival. , Our
citizens need have no fear that•they will
hear.anYthing offensive to the thr. On
Tuesday evening, •• !‘ Cynthia or the
Queen of the Gypsies," was playtzd to a
littp ' audience. This (Wednestlay)
evening will be presented by spoolare
quest of severallifilies'Of our town Shalc-•
spearo's. Romeo and Jitliet: We are au
thorised sa say that ili4roupe will make
their last appearance on Saturday night,
,whieh ocoasictu a splendid bill will bo
D. A. RA I I
l l.!nrrat balloons; arc sent tlaily, the
groat cleli,ibt of the boys. ✓
_gonna:end • with the " Old
Roliablos" givlghn,"street seranafie daily.
Good music. , -
MESSRS. GARDNER •C CO., have re
/hived a contrast fot building 200 cars
fora Western road..
Tim latest sang exprssion in vogue
among our Young America at this time
is, " don't have to." It matto4 not
what request is made of him, the above
is the ready reply.
TUE Sabbath School of the Second
English—Lutheran congregation of Har
risburg will picnic near Mechanicsburg
on Friday. The report hi circulation
last week that th'e - Lutheran Sabbath
school of this place, intended picnicing
at the same time and place was incorrect.
GEORGE L. GOIICIIRR O the knight of
the paste pot and brush, wishes to re
mind our business men and the public
generally that ho is "willing at all times
and under all circumstances" to execute
work. He has just purchase tl-p bran
new brush, and will not post bi3l4 upside
down, as heretofore.. The rumor that he
had retired tc4be.shades of private life
was without foundation.
ACCIDENT.—Ono clay last week Jain
Collins, about 10 years of age, grandson
of Mr. Clnistian Staymau of this place,
while on a visit to his uncle's, near Me
chanicsburg, fell from the hay mow and
sustained • a serious injury by striking
ou the edge of a barrel. The lad was
confined to the house for several tftlYs,
but is rapidly recovering.
BAPTNNI IN THF, LETORT.-011 Sab
bath morning last, an unusual stir Nt'as
noticeable among Se colored folks of
this plate, tile occasion being a 'baptism
in the Letort, under the direction of the
Shyloli ?colored) Baptist congregation.
The ceremony performed, by the Rev.
Bell, 0f..-Wasugton city, D. C., took
place at an early hour in the forenoon,
and was witnessed by _several hundred
WANT of space in this number of
ouir paper, prii'vedts the publication of
the letter of Dr. Thomas Duncan Stiles,
the Democratic member from Dark()
'county, in this Legislature of Ohio. We
know that the sentiments expressed by
Dr. Stiles, will be in accordance with the
views of..many __honest and consistent
Democrats in this county, who cannot
be traded for rMif they were old horses.
It, will appear in our next issue, and we
bespeak fur it, by our Democratic friends,
a careful pernSal.
Pic ?Tic —Qn Thursday morning last,
an eXClArsibn train Left the CuMberland
Valley depot having on board the Metho
dist Sabbath School, which intended pass
ing the day at llunter's Run. Between
200 and 200 persons took part in the
pleasures of the day, which consisted of
music, addresses, playing and eating.
We are glad to say that, with the excep
tion of the shower about 4 o'clock in the
afternoon, everything passed off smoothly,
and the school returned to town about S
p. in., delighted with the day passed in
; For the ekI:LISLY. 11 eneu. ;
MT. 110 1.1. Y COIFIIESPONDICA ft;
MT. HOLLY SPRINGS, July 22, '72.'
Ma. Eurroit :—With your permission
I shall again endeavor to give to your
readels some of the doings, ins andouts
The " Holly correspondence" column
of the 11 ERALD takes very well with your
readers in this vicinity. No ,T) difficult
to swallow as what Greeley i with some ,
of your correspondent's Democratic
friends. It is very amusing o see with
what good grace some of the unterrified
take thb Baltimore pill ;,while oAlers,
with a great effort, manage to ger the
nasty 4, ,,bittor thing down ; these and the .
fellows that would swallow a bull-pup,
or "anything to beat Giant.''
The nomination of the Chopp: - 0a
farmer has swelled the . ranks of the
Grant rtkon, and when the polls close in
Novi:1110r, South Middleton will give a
goml roport in favor of the hero of
The iron viorks, or which I informed
you in my last, still hang fire. Nothing
has .13Ce11 (10!113 iii the matter further than
the geutlemun who have the matter in•
.charge, have informed the officers of the
CUmberlmid Valley . Railroad' of their
intedions, but upon which there has
been no action taken.
Notwithstanding thy uncertainty of
the erection' if a Furnace at this goint,
our citizens arc still busily engaged
placing improvements - upon Use mil
occupied lots scattered throughout our
little village. Quito a number of houses
have been completed this season, while a.
great many aro intruirse or construction.
Your ancient borough bad be 4, be up
and cluing, or by and by we shall bring
her into our suburbs.
Real estate commands very good prices
hole, for instance—a lot of ground having
a front of"folly feet, on Carlisle and
Ilainnier cugnpilce, and - being' two hun
(Wed and fifty-two Met in depth, changed
lanais a few days ago, for a consideration
of six hundred dollars. Tho gentloinvi
to whom „it.now belongs, intends erecting
a private resislenco on the same, for
occupancy hi the Spring.
The Odd Fellowii a*e thinking very
seriously over the building of a town
hall—the only difficulty appears . to ho in
the way is the - location. The znemberg
are about equally divided on the North
and South End.
There is no reason why onrrvillago
should not prOser and grow rapidly.
Tho amounts jraid, monthly for labor
alone, by the maunfatetur , ng and mining
companies of this place, present a very
handsome aggregate, reaching nearly
the suns ofslo,ooo ; of Which amount tile
Mount Holly . Paper Company pays
$4,100; Mullin, Parker & Co., about
$1,809, and the ore banks, of which there
are three, about $3,00. .
The trains of tho South Mountain rahl
road continue to bring visitors to our dr •
lightful Summer resort, Thich is as
a place for those who admire
mountain • scenery to spend a few weeks
us can bo found iu the . State.' We have
not only the line firives and walks, in
vigorating air, delightful bathing and
such like, but wo have men in the
ness who know how to run a hotel. , BUt
then you know." how that is yourself."
Some of our b-hays "slid off* on their
oars" ono evening last week and landed"
themselves at Hunter's• Run, for tho pur
pose of having a "little time" to them
solyes, • It_ was a caution to see with
what acouraeytilo ".village blacksmith"
kept time to this musk) furnished by Bob
and Horner . ; and rotor does'nt shako
such 'all ugly foot either, Tho boys
acted gently, behaved themselves elo
,gantly and returned shortly afar tho
turn of the night.
• With your porMission, Mr. Editor, you
shall hoar, from this corner again.
The location of mineral veins dr de
posits and their length and breadth can
now be determined for a certainty'. Call
on or address . ' Holum;
Henry Raker, Hippos P. O. Jefferson
County, West VB-- •
/NCOONTTA; " 22f072tf
Tymyrrn ltmenship, Pony coruuty, has
a salt excitement.
VIIOLEII.III , II O ANTI.I3I and summer cum,
plaint phivail to a consideral# extent..
BLACICIIERWICS woro sold at .011 and
.02 cents per quart,. on Wednesday morn
ing. Apples - were sold at 10 cents a
bushel the same morning.
IF you wish to obtain good cigars,
smoking or chowing tobacco, go to Obo
Loudon's, in Court House Avenue.
Piped, Smokers, ,tc., a specialty. Givo
him a call—his prices correspond with
S. D. - Ixon.A.m, Esq., of Harrisburg,
has been appointed Superintendent of
Dauphin county ctimmou schObls, iu
place of Mr. Laßosa, who was elected
but declined au examination as provided
for by laiy.
THE Oakville Enterprise says that
there aro now 274 tents ou the grounds
of the Cumberland Valley Campmooting
Association, near that place, ready for
occupandy. All tbe tents are numbeld
in regular order, and the work of beau
tifying and improving the ground still
continues under the suporvison of Mr. J,
CORNER STONE LAYING.—On Mon
day, the fifteenth instant; the ceremony
of laying the cornet stone of the now A.
M. 11: -, church of Chamborsburg took
place. A great many colored folks i•rom
this place were present. From the Na-,
tional Progress we 'clip the following :
" The procession, headed by the Col
ored Excelsior Cornet Band of Cham
bersburg,, presented a fine appearance,
and during their march through tie main
streets of the tow'', were highly com
plimented by the citizens.
Arrived at the foundation of the new
church, D. E4l. 111,. Smallwood, assisted
by Messrs. Welch, Able, Brock and
others, performed the interesting
monies, notwithstanding a heavy shower
of rain fell to dampen the ardor of the
occasion. Great praise is due Mr. Small
wood aml his officers for the omonor in
Which the ceremmiies were performed."
lii yo'n want prime fresh Sweitzer,
Limberger or 'American cheese, go to
To remove paint or tar from your
clothing, use the " Dollar ltew:u•d
SPRINO chickens and;:eincks at Hum
Ttir telaxihg powernf
Arp,dyne L intt 1;,( is Mlly wondorfat
Cases are already numerous where bent
and stiffened limbs have been limbered
and straightened by IL. When used for
this purpose, the. part should be washed
and rubbed thoroughly. Apply the
liniment roll, and rub it in with the
A cnotcE l'ot of canvassed Lams and ,
extra dried beef at I luntrich's.
A cnown of " horse MOD," and others,
daily throng the stores in country and
town for Sheridan's Chivalry Co million,
Powers. They understand that horses
cannot be kept in good conditibn without
them, and with them can be on a much
less quantity of grain
Dity, salted, Scotch and Burlington
herring, smoked Jinni but mackerel at
r THE HISTORY OF A NATION AI.
REMEDY. - HOW is the history of the
most celebrated tonic of the ago in a
nutshell. In 1860 it was announced that
a certain combination of vegetable in
gredients, with a pure diffusive stimu
km*, was working wonderwin the cure of
cVonic, dyspepsia, nervous debility, liver
complaint, periodical fevers, rheumatism
and, constitutional weakness The on
pretending name given to the specific
was Plantation Bitters. The statement
attracted the attention of invalids every-.
where. The new remedy received a fair
trial, and the results snore than con
firmed all that had been said in its
praise. Thenceforward it was a grand
success. The business columns of the
press spread the glorious news far and
wide, and the martyrs to indigestion,
billiousness, physical prostration, and
premature decay, ;is if by common con
sent, sought relief from the new vegeta
ble restorative. ...They found what they
sought. From that time to the present
the increase in thb demand for Planta
tion, Bitters has been- one of the most
striking events in this age.
V A LEN TIA, )OSO noisome 11, London
ayer raisins, Pr nch and TerkiSh prunes,
ice, pea its, oapq, &e., at
The undersigned intending to retire
at priv . ate sale, tho
property on the eot ner of Soot), Ilanoven
street and‘ Liberty alley, known as
" Inhon's corner." ho Maim stork 01 .
goods and good will, will be disposed of
to any person de,i,:ag to enter into the
grocery business. Ifer iirirticul.trs call on
Or address, • C. In floe's',
18juraf Carlisle, Pu.
t' L'A i );NEI), piCkil;(l and spiced oysters,
sardines, spiced salmon at llumrich's:
A LARGE STOCK of dry lumber, placed
iu the yards before rise in prices, for
sale at low kit 3. :Lath, shingles,
pickets, sc., always on halal. Call at
upper or lower yards. A. 11. BLAIR.
()ABB:AGE, -•otatocs and apples at Ilum
A. PINE lot of limeburnere;' pea and
nut coal on hand. Prices reduced. Call
at upper or lower,yards.
A. B. BLAIR.
Notice is hereby given that , Bridget
Kelly, commonly known as Lizzie Kelly,
a girl indentured to me by the," North
ern Some for Friendless Children," has
run away. All persons. are 'cautioned
against harboring her, as I will nor be
responsible for her in any - way.
GEOROE D. CRAIGIIEAD.
July 10, 1.872.
Ten , best amoittnent of Hamburg
edges Met insortinio; can be found at "
S BILLIALD SALOON.—Mr
Jaco Hippie having leased the build
ing of Mr. , Ernest Grouse, 'on East
Main street, has fitted up a spioniad bil
liard saloon.. Ho has just received two
first-class tables from NoW York, and
Mr. "Win. Poulton, has ebargli .of the
same. Oysters anti alf the, delicacies of
the season. served up fu a style to suit the
most fastidious epicure, Give - him a
S. .11. W om's
NEW ..V.A.CKE'REL I •
Just 6e:olved a larglY lot of lino noNV
mackerel, at Hoffman's, Nos. 14 and 88
East Pomfret street. •
Mouwi Itor.Ly, Cummit-
LAND COUNTY, PA.
This is to certify that when I was
foreman of the Loroy Iron Ore. Bank,
,Dinkle told , rne the extent of the
batik. had a drift • made and found it
just as he tooresented. , Also, atnnothei
place. Where I found Savor and Lead, ho
found the' exaet'place, and told me what
was there without mo' showing, him th'o
place. dem.; O'Mara..
T r ,TQN RESTAURANT!•
L'ock's Baltimore lager Beer, Gray's:
Phil-delphia Mastoid porter, Rhino, Po2t,
Catawaba and Currant Wines, Turkish
Wino bitters, Fresh -Imported Seltzer
water. Refreshments : Limberg cheese,
Holland herring, *Beading bologna,
Eggs, fresh, raw, and boiled, oysters
in the can, and a match to light your
pipe.' Periodicals : Daily Patriot, Dail,
Inquirer, Carlisle , Herald, Volunteer,
Pennsylvania Slate &Quay, 0. S. Zei
tung, and _ _
C. 9m Pe a n n E t i f t . ,
To attend to you all at ono call.
TO CRlOlO.ll‘l RAISERS.
The undersigned, devoting his timo
exclusively to the breeding of choice
fowls, is prepared to book orders for the
following varieties of eggs. • During
the past year I have made largo addi
tions to my stock, having recently ob
tained sevoual Imported Light Brahmas
from P. Williams, Massachusetts. Most
of thy fowls drew premiums at the late
County Fair, , All stook guaranteed to
bo thorough bred. Chickens and eggs
can bo obtained at all times. The fol
lowing is the prices fixed for the differ
ent varieties of eggs : • '
Dark T3riihma, Premium, per doz. $2
Light Bfahma, Imported, " 1
Iloudan Premium, (Bearded and
Muffled,), per doz. 2
Black CoObin, Premium, " 1
Gray' Dorking, fl
Bronze Turkey, 2
USSR. 13. Ilirsrra,
No. 121 South Pitt street,
1 Bja72tf Carlisle, Pa.
To know where to get the best stoves
in the market. Also just arrived a nice
assortment of brass and porcelain lined
The best and cheapest. fruit cans and
jars in the market, and an ent4eas vari
ety of hang'ig baskets, water coolers,
tafrigerators and home furnishing goods
generOy. Call before purchasing ,at
Tin and Stove store, 21 North Fanover
street, Carlisle, Pa. 20j072tf
13LATCHLEYS PUCIMBEIC NV OOD
IN ZAP Is 'mu; BEST.—FOr sale by the
hardware trade, dealers. ill agricultural
implenienLS, Cc. It there is no agent in
your town, send for descriptive circular.
C. G. Blatchley, 500 Commerce street,
Philadelphia. - 25ap723m
PURE LAUREL ICE
The subscriber having secured a largo
stock,.of the best quality ice, free from
snow and all impurities, off of mountain
streams; is now prepared to deliver it
to customers at low rates. OrderB left
at either of the coal of will receive
prompt attention. A. H. BLAIR.
creating daily a great excitement by
all kinds of dress goods very cheap,
by giving the best bargains evorlioaid of
in lace saquos apd lace„point4,lP , tbe
new styles of son umbrellas and parasols
cheaper at the Central Dry Goods Store
than any where else, the best bargains in
all kinds of white dress goods can be had
at the Central Dry Goods Store. Spring.
bustles, the best ever made, at the Cen
tral. Splendid silk ties, -.lacer collars,
Hamburg trimmings,seamless kid gloves,
can only be had by calling at the old
Central Corner, in Carlisle.
I am now in possession of two tons and a
half of the very finest brands of canvassed
sugar cored hams, which I offer for sale
cheap for cash. Every ham guaranteed
to be as represented. Also, dried beef
and bologna constantly on hand at
Hoffman's, Nos. 44 and td East - Pomfret
N. 1.i.-2lams weighed wheu sold
At Dinklo's Machine Shop, in this
place, can be seen ono of the best practi
cal Farm Gates ever invented. It does
not require any hinges. It opens two
ways. It never rides in the mud, and
can be raised to swing clear over snow
drifts and other obstructions that are
not over twenty-four inches high. It is
offered for sale to all who need_ gates at
the following low prices.
For each farm right, $2.00 ; for each
township right, $20.00; for each county
Gates made to order of any size or
style desired, and satisfaction guaran
teed in all cases. Will exchange torri
tory fur a good horse. Call on or ad
dress ()RAIL F. DINKLE.
Also, 1 Wilson and 1 Wilcox & Gibbs
SOwing Mack:nos for sale cheap,—
An adjourned meeting of the stock
holders of the Banishing and Potomac
Bellew(' Company, Will be held ht the
Office of the Company, at Newville, Pa.,
Menday, August 5, 1872, at 11 o'clock
a.• m. Asnunv DItIILA ND,
Win. 'Blair Son would respectfully
represent, that having met with heavy
los.: in the shrinkage of prices since the
war, and not having sufficient cash
capital to meet the demands of so ex
tended a business, have appointed Ibibt.
Givin and his. A.. Stuart, esqs., their
assigneesc With a view to closing? out
their entire stock of goods, and selling as
much property as will pay all indebted
ness. It is their desire that the large and
extensive business that they have labored
for years to establish, shall i ho success
felly Carried on by seine one have
ailequitt e, Capital.
,undersigned, assignees of Min.
trade exclusively for a shorytime, the
above mentioned extensive Lock of gen
eral storryt supplies, all of which is
'fresh and .iu good. order, and hope
that the trade will see it to be "to
their interest to buy out said stock on
the favorable terms upon which it is
offered, Tho business of the store will
be conducted for a time as usual. Please
address all business communications to
JOB, A. STUAItT,
July 10, 1872. " Assignees.
ONE-1-lArx OM people cannot take 018-
h» . pit from its terrible nauseating taste,
and recoil in the throat. The Castoria
prepared by Dr. Pritcher is purely vege
table, and harmless, pleasant to take,
and more, effective
.than castor oil. It
does not distress or gripe, but regulates
the systmil, amUmerates when all other
remedies.have failed. It acts like magic
for' StoMach' Ache, Constipation, Fla.
tilancy, Croup and Wort'is. It contains
neither Minerals, MorPhimi nor Alcohol.
Its soothing, quieting effect, produCes
natural .sleep, and particularly adapts
it to crying and teething• children.• No
article has over, met such unqualilled
endorsement by the Physicians. Take
no more bitter pills, Nar6otio syrups,
Griping Purgatives or Sickening Oils.
The Castoria costs but 35 cents, and.•
when once tried you will never be with
out itr, For sale by J. B. Rose
53 Broadway, New York.
9 jul*.24t. •
Comninovinaclo into switches, gift
none, curls, frizetts, 4t0., at Madame
Rotes. ' •
04.0 ED GOODS
Selling low at Hoffman's cheap grocery
Nos. 44 and 88 East Pomfret street..
Tomatoes, 3 pound 'cans at tAN;iity cents.
W . lnslew's corn . at twenty-five cents.
Peaches, 13 pound cans at twenty-eight
cents. Pine apple thirty-five Cents.
Oysters, 2 ,pound cans at twenty-five
ents; 1 Pound coils at, fifteen cents..
SPECIAL NOTICE. - , •
We are the solo agents .in Carlisle fop•
the `sale of the Genuine Harris' seamless
kid gloVes. Thdy are universally ac
knowledged to be the best and finest kid
glove imported. •
9ma72tf lanzun & BUTTORIPP.
rOOO LIALIS !
To TILE TRADE
' 'lO Tali:
We unii,Crsignei loot respect
fully infor)ii, the citizens of Car
lisle an - d;;qirrounlling. country,
that he-still iittewls to the repair
ing Watehei and jewelry; in.
alt its various branches. . •
Next doorta 'Ziarytt
East Main Street, Carlisle, Pa.
A respectable white girl, "to do the
general housecork of a small family. A
good home awl, permanent, employmans
to a suitable .persou.c Address. bok 400,
Carlisle, postoffice. 4ju72tf '
D TJT,CHtR' 2, L IGHTNING LY
KILLER sweepS the n off and clears
the house speedily—Try' it.sold by
dealers everywhere. 4ju72lin.
PARASOLS, falyetUßtio,l3, 1.109p' skitte'
and corsets are Sold cheaper at S. 11.
Wolf's than at any other house ip town.
Fon' kid gloves, hosiery and summer
underclothing, go to No. 18 North Ban
Go' to. J. H. Wolf's, for the best as
sortment of ladies' and gents' ties and
W HOLESA LE
TODACCO AND CIG ARS.
NO. 27 NORTH HANOVER STREET,
Prices as loNi , as in Philadelphia or
CARLISLR PROVISION MARKET:
Corrected .11rockly hy .1. L. McJoy, corner
of Pitt and Soulli
ONE SQUARE WEST OF WY. BLAIR tz SON.
Clugiste. ,csday, Jul . , 21,1872.
IJG rrEn 14@17
RE ES IVA RI
11A CON II A MS - -
do SHOULDERS 7V
do SIDES 7/ 4
WHITE JIIJA .VS 2 00 to 2 bU
PARED PEACH ES . ' 10®22
UN PA hi) do
DR I1:0 A PPI.ES 07
CH ER RIES PIT I'EP 22
to UNPITTE 4
ON/ONS 1 00
CA MAPLE' PRODUCE MARKET.
Woulriesaay, July 24. 1872.
PA Of ILI* FLOOR 00
SUPER FINE FLOUR. 0,50
SUPER FIFE RYE FLOUR 4 50
11717 TE wirp-rr
RED ITN EA T 1 40
NEW OA TS 25
OVERSEED 4 75
TIMOTHYSEED 3 00
FLA ARE ED 1 60
FLOUR, GIiAIN AND SEEDS•
Philudrlphia. Jrd y 57. 1872
The Flour market continuos Tory doll. There lw
no eli i pplug demand, and the home cousuinetra buy
only In n email wily. Salts of COO barrels. Including
:toped on. at 2511 - 1.50; Fat raw at $5.755h6,25;
lowa Exit a Foully el $701.7.25 ; Minnositta dn. do.
at :7.750t 0.25; Pon 11 . 11. and Ohio do. do. at 0.250C'
15. tool fancy brands et Ilys Flour Is Moody
01.1.4 45. Prices Of Corn Neal ton nominal.
There 19 1101 much wheat corning forward, and the
within. buy opariogly, Salve of 2,000 bun. Pounoyl-
Tait and Western Mod at $1H0; 12,000 bus. West.'
ern for. August on ma rot terms; No. 1 Sprhig no
$l.O ; Author at sl.s', and White at :2.00 In Ilyo
nothing doing Corn inshill and price, hardly mains
tallied. Salon of Yellow at 611,1 C2r., and 8,00 bus.
Wowtorn Mixed part at 600 and part p t. Onttorn
lc. hose, - Sales at 2,00 e bus. Wontorn White at '42c.
Whiskey hiiteliF firmly at 93e. fur Western trot -
bound, and 10 buts. Ilatodatille nose Nye lu bond
Philadelphia, July 22, 1872
The rattle mu. kot was dull this weok, but Weiss
were without material change. 2,100 head sidled
and rold at 7 , ,,:,(4 , ...;c• for extra Pennsylvania and
Western Meer., tiftuie for fair to good do and 6(M15%c
pmr lb groom for common an to quality.
CON 8 were dull; 200 hood sold at 130i?15 tier
SHEEP were In fair demand; 13,000 bead sold at
501.,te per lb gruel. w, to condition.
110' were 1,10.,e; 3,100 bowl eold at lh differ
ent yttrtle et 07 200e7 00 per 100 The net.
t Itp .rled fi' the HERALD by Jobb Russell.)
BALTIMORE LIVE STOCK MARKET.
Wah, Ines Drury limb, J .
Bold more, ,Ild
.y 18. I 87!. J
Numb, Cattle received during the week..... 1 :109
" " • " 3,5.14
PRICES OF OATTI.H. .
. . . .
111.4 idi w 0.., !.., lh gr 04.4
Sl.,llin h ~
' ' 5
Oral vary ' •• 4
Inh•rior - - al (
A vt•razt• - '• ',A
Marlti t clost, fair. • .
11..48 ,tlhug ht, nett ' WM' S •N
hod Market more naive.
Sht eh, phr lh g•r(ho 414..5!4
and 31arket moderate ..•
A CARD TO THE LADIES.]
J - 01. DUPONCOS
GOLDEN PERIODICAL PILLS,
INFALLIBLE IN CORRECTING IRREGULARI
TIES, REMOVING 0 SSTRUCTIONS OF TUE
MONTIII,y PERIODS, FROM WHATEVER
CAUSE, Als,'D ALWAYS SUCCESSFUL. AS
A DREI ENTINE. •
DEUE IS ' , DT A LADY LI VIN(I
li at 111.1 . 10 ti pf tier Life will find the
1/tlliiiNPo PILLS Just the medicine Ow
ride. Per Nervous Pubility. Bearing down Paine,
tie. art, Retained, •rregular or
Painful lilmmtrmition, ltnelt of Moodie the ;lead;
hizvinens. Sr, hr. Timm are the only - Pills ever
I, n o on that will clam. the \Tidies, (they will run, in
our) 0.m0.) They never fall, and may ill, depended
up,in every (MO Whorl, the monthly fle y w hue,
boon oli.treeted through roll or disease. DUPOSI-
C.IPS GOLDEN PILLS always give Immediate relief
being ',titularly prepared fur married ladiee. A hely
Iniponreitt Golden Pills relieved mu in one
dio „without inconvenience. Ilto magic.
44 THE OENCIINFO
IA put up 410 Lurge (Whito) - Oxes coutahling
41.4111,1 0 quatalty 4.f Pill% and upon each box, you
4.441111.U11 tho Revenim Ramp, printed from toy Pit.
r4,t1,4. DIo, upon wuich I,,tytinuist of Om Slump you
u 111 11,441 (ho woofs DOPONCO'fi GOLDEN PERIOD
ICAL PILLS, In While Letteti. without OW Uouo
Tull l'explicit directutun nerturipati) each box.
Pike s.l.tin per box, nie box. $6.00. Bold by . one
iirugntat in every town. village, city atol 'hainiat
throughout the world. Bold In Curlier to, Pa ,by B,
A. Haver:oleic, Druxciat, No. 10 North 'llitnover Bt.
Pohl uleio by Brughlt Nloolur, Moolnuitesburg, Pa.,
moo .1. C. Mitch, Shlppenaburg.
lil6Sl by mauling Lin, bl
the Carlbilo peat
oiliro. can have the Pill, next by mail to any port if
the country. tree of po,ta, a.
Nona genuine mile,. thu box is 0110.1
Sul.. Proprietor, Nireirtirr,
Withlts gloomy at tend!. la low opt Ito, deprtollott,
in vol Mato y nr ,, .llollll.o,upurtooturriorn,
I. re of poseur, dizzy head, lose of 11101130ri, Wait
113 re.lSltllvil 111111 , 0W11,11 sod imbecility, 11,11.1. ■ soy
core in tI tnl Pli ti NYS . 110 M COI C A'ClilifY
SPCCIFIC No. TIVENTY Elli HT. Computed or Om
-1:loot %skiable mild mai potent . Curatives, , ;;.ey
o ilk° at amt.! at the root of thoyilittur tone up t.he,
tem, urn.! the illitottargeg, owl import 'Igo! pith
energy, Illu and vitality to toe entire now. They
boot. cori;l1 thotimends of canoe. Price ts per package
of five havoc and n large lSs Viol. with:ll4 very tm.
portant to obsticitto or old
Lux. t•olti Icy brogghti6;., and emit Gy !Alia]) on
receipt pikoi 220.127.116.11nt103 4 1 4px.
CHIC 11031E0iATITIO 7INDICINE 00, 5d3
way, Now York. . 2097117„,
Nov '.teifit ."Carliellit; by 41:
Ns'lsdon benefit you: bo not' atirayehLll .
trolled by your Incrodufity, hundreds haM:go . tiibt
rollor from the Mirrors of Dyspepsia throne(
modlom or DlDltl4ll'il AnybDitMErtio&totiso
and found. It. NV,lty should yoy etitterNildnithlit
rable stomachic luiti cured many Winner* dnSl'ci = u y. do
you doubt whllo other believe and nroaurad
this manor le both dangerousandunproatiitle:
hoolth, happinons not bnalneel mirrors caltllo'cite
oegloct la frequently &lb *e'dso'rione. and it . nbtm
trollublo results. thIiTAS
usoful In tho minierona tilletitiftiff!lndf
gostlon; u Yfrizotnutzes,
EXVXII. and •4laum 'and Other . dkordota
Man blitettaile, it to t h e only fellable
romody , ~'• • ... r
The nuderolkiled baying retnoved his barber ahon
from, Kramer's building to North Ilansyee street.
betweon NI ll'o, hotel and ithlntounlth & Rupp's tin
ware extabllobtnent, Rooming? that .the room lung
boon greatly enlarged amid ren and ho le
now pruparud to atletel.to the we, aof all who may
,retroulto 111111. If you want a .clo n alm, or .your
half out and armed . ' ea, the lateat c ylo of topeortal
Mt, aye hlm a call. • /
11,100U . 1 Propslutoi.
• . .
6.4LlFoltriu . VINEGAR BIT MIS
..: . ! ,o , , l'. i • 17777 , ' ' 4 4
TINEGAIt lIITTiIItS 'are not a vile Panel brink,
made of Poor Mtn, Whiskoy, Proof Spirits, ; aid Its.
luso Liquors, doctorejl, ',Aced, and sweet. sled to
Please the taste, called . 4 Tonics," 0 Appetizers,"
•• Halloran," &0., that lei 'tiro tippler on to drunk•
sinless and ruin; but aro true Medicine, toad a front
the native roots and herbs of California, free - front
all Alcoholic,,Stitnulants. They are tiro Great
Blood Portant' nal a Life-giving Principle, a P affect
Renovator and Invigorator of. the Systora, ear •ying
off. all poisonous -matter -trill restoring tho blood
ton healthy condition, enriching It, refreshing and.
invigorating both mind and. hotly. Thoy.nro easy.
of administration, prompt - in their I,ctlon, cereal It in
their results, , safe and roliablu in all forms of din
1. NO ,PESSON GAN . TAKE - I%IEBEI BITTERS no.
Cording to directloop, and remain long uowcli, pro
vidcd their bones, are not :destrilyeil by minertil
po on or other memo, and, the vital — organ; wasted
lelyond the point.''f repair. c'
DYSPEPSIA OR INDIGESTION. Ileaddeinc, Pain
in, im houlders, Coughs, Tightness of the Chest,
Die:flouts, SErtietatione of the Stoinach,
'Taste in •the Md'pth, Bilious Atteeksiyalpitation of
the Hi.% Inftemmation of the' Lungs, Pain in the
regions of the Kidneys, and a hundred other painful
Symptoms,, are the offsprings of Dyspepsia. In Hisao
comploints it has no equal, and ono bottle will pro.
A hotter gthtrantee of its morits'than a toughy advert ,
FOR FEMALE COMPLAINTS, in young or old,
married or,alugle, At the,dawn of womanhood, or Gm
torten( tiro, iv,. Topic , !iitt,,A f avow., decided
au inffulmso that It inkrited ltaprovyment to noon
TORY AND ' .,CIiLIONIC RIIEU•
ATlSWilid.Goitt g llysimpsitt Bon. Bil
ious, Remittent nnd Intermittent Fevers, Diseases of
the Blood, Liver, Kidneys andllituider, the. Bitters
have been most successful. Stich Diseases are caused
by Vitiated Blood, which is generally modes. by
derangement of the Digestive Organs
THEY AltE A
,GENTLE PUROATIVE L
'AS A TONIC, is ^messing also the' peculiar merit of
acting' as a powerful agent in relieving Couge,tlon
or Inflammation of the Liver end Visceral Organs,
and in Wain, Disease,: .
kgm, anf DISEASES,' -11roptIonei:Tetter; Salt.
Ithenim. Blotches, spots, Pimples, Pustules, Bolls,
Carbuncles, Ring Worms, Scald •Iletol. Sore Eyes,
Ety olpclns, Itch, Scurfy,
Dhcolnrations of the Skin,
tininess and DOW.. of skin, of whatever name
or nature, aro Melody dug up and carried out or
the systenLin short time I.y the use of these &hit
tere. - . One heft. to emit. e.t.a will cow - ince the
most incredulous of their consul Vt. 017,04.
CLEANSE Tile! VITIATED BLOOD whenever
you Stint its impuritien Int sting tin 'igh the skin
in Pimples, Eruption'', me, E 0 ,05! eicmnso tt when
2, oil Bud blestructed and elttggEdi 1 n the veins;
chemise it when it le foul;. your. feelings will toil
yon when. limp the blood.pere, midwife health of
the sy,te.in will follow.
GRATEFUL THOUSANDS proelnial Vinegar Bit
ters the treat wonder:al Invigerant' that over sits•
Mined the sinking system: -'--
PIN, TAPE, AND OILIER WORMXliirking In
the system of qo many tnomintids,
etroyed and retdoyStl., -- SnyanAlistlngelanuaLpligshaL
ogist There is scarcelynnyndividua wpb t the face
of the earthAvhose body is exempt "frouf the *nen.
of Weimer , "It is mit `UNA rlll,lleOltlly' . l.l42olente of
the betty that WerlDS exist, bat upon the Otteleled
humors end shiny deposits that breed these living
monsters of diet., Ni) •syste'tif of Medicine, no
vOrinifuges, tie atitheingpith., will Tree the 4),teiti
from worm,' like these timers.
IiIECHANICAI, DISdASES Persitos eneng..d In
Paints and Minerals, such as Plumbers, Type Set.
tors, Gold Hempel, and al iners,. they mit/MVO an
Wei pill be subject to paralysis of the Bowels To
guardiligainiit this take A 0 . doe 6 Walker's Vinegar
BMA's pool or twice a Week, av et Preventive.
--- /Iff.IOUVREMITTENT7AND' f NTERMITTENT
FE rms.; whirls are so prevalent: in the vslleye of
our !great throughohl 'the United States,
rough Ay t,lithe,nf the: Atteelsdpj,l, Ohio, Al
Cumberland, Arkansas, lied,
Celtit'adO, Brazos, Rio Urande,Tearl, Alabama, Ma: bile, Savannah, Roanoke; James, and many others,
with their , vast tributaries, throughout . our entire
coontry during the Summer and Au.nm, and re
markably... during seasoe. of unusual heat and
dryness, are invariably accompanied by exteuelve
'Wrangel:limits cf, the etoutaclu and liver, and other
abdioninii,vDcerai; There are' 111Ways'UtOre Or lets
ob.troklOns of the liver, a weakness and Irritable
stole of the stomach', and great torpor 01 the bowels,
op With vitiated acclunitlationS. In
their treatment, purgative, exerting n powerful
influence upon these s Pious organ, is cu
ueccessary. There Is no cathartic far the purpose
equal to Di. J. Walker's Vinegar Bitters, as they will
speedily remove the dark colored viscid mat ter with
which the bowels aro leaded, at the saute time stim
ulating the secretions of the liver, and gene' ally
restoring the healthy ihneflues of the Ingestive
SCROFULA, Olt KING'S EVIL, White Swellings,
Ulcers, Erymps lax, Swelled Neck, Goiter, rurefulouti
Inflate mations, I 'idol out Dilleaumationi; Mercurial
Affections, Old So 'ea, Eruptions of 'the Skin, Sere
Eg es, eta., etc. In these, as In all other comtitu
tional . ..Dliwases, Walker's 'Vinegar. Bitters have
shown : heir great. curative powers in dm moat oh
stleiltiand intractable cases.
Dlt. WALKER'S CALIFORNIA VINEGAR BIT
TERS net on all these cases in a sluillar
By cur' ying the Blood they remove the cause, and
by resell hag away the effects of the Inflammation
(the tubercular deposits) tie affected part, receive
health, end a permanent mire is effected.
THE PROPERTIES of Dr. Walker's Vinegar Bit
tern are Aperient,--Diaphoretic and C .radnative,
Nutritious Laxative, Diuretic, Sedative, Counter
irritant, Sudo t'c, Alterative, all A our-Ililloos.
THE APERIENT mid mild Laxative properties'of
Dr. Walker's Vinegar Bitters are the best stu'eguard
in all cases of emotions and malignant fevers, their
balsamic, healing, and soothing properties protect
the humors-of the toucan, Their Sedative properties
allay pain in the nervous. spite .• elonntah, 11101
boWelli, either from Inflemina 'On, wind, colic,
cr anits, etc. Their COO ',ter-Irritant influence ex
tends throe ghout the etym., Their Diuretic. prop
erties act on the Kidneys correcting and
the ilow of urine. Their Anti-Billow' ,roperties
stimulate the liver, in the secretion of bile, and Its
disclose gee through - the billary ducts, awl are sore
riOr to all remedial agents, for the cure of Bilious
'Fever. Fevar and Ague, etc.
FORTIFY. THE BODY AOAINST DISEASE by
purif) lug alLits guide with YIN INJAIt BITIERS.
No epidemic can take hold of a system Dies foto
armed. The liver, the stomach, the bowels, the kid
neys, and the nerves ors rendered disease-proof by
this great Invigorent.
DIIOEOTIONS. , --Take of the Bitten! on going to
bed at Midst Trout a half td one and-one-half wino
glassfull. Eat :mud nourishing food, such as beef
steak, mutton chop, venison. roast beef, laid vegeta
'Wes, and take out door exercise. They are rem
posed of - purely vegetable ingredients/and - contain
Ingglata and Gen Ants , San Yruncisco and N. I'
ttii-SOLD BY ALL DRUGOISTd AND DMA l o EltS.
IMYLEItIENTS FOR HARVEST!
tßlj y We oiler to Farmer" for the crnial:NCß/MU th
Mowing well- 1 / 4 110,711 told popular Farming triple
lent., along . with Ober article. needed by al
The Sprgue Mower,
whhth in nOw genornll:. admitted be the +lini.lest,
moat cornpletu and efficient Lingle Mowing fllachinu
In tlio county We 00,1 Kuverat, of they niawarr
Inut SSOII and they gaol. perfect sat islaotiati.
Privy, 0100 el 00.
'l'lll , ', NOVELTY HAY RAKE
of ked, either by hand or on the ar tin); prinpi
TIo• rt. rut3t 1:61:e is ,eel I ost.Lilshrd
EN ory fns mar wbo is nat. nlre 4bourt
boy n Nov..lty ll.ty Hake.
'rho 'Original and linproveil
11,41?1'0011 1 lid
;;:itirimpro,,..i.fillAPPLE, PULLEY, to. Thin limy
Fork, in cont., Bon with the a nd full y,,iv
tunloalltedly ono of tho most - rtooploto ootchlork in
the market for 111.1111111 g hay.
TIE. CUMBERLAND VALItk:Y
, , .
TN , • i InprovolitellitA we hove' 11111110 111 111111N111f11 rue.
tits of th e l'ittositer oheat 1+430011, warrant un
In offering sit to fanner. no UM , of the very hum! 1111/1•
CIIIIII I / 1 In the roaric..E- With the hum ita wts , w ht e ti
goes with title limekiln., four horses are, calatilartsi
to do the work, who', nix and right are required Its
ninny other 11111111111fre1: I utititarett •with °thins the
print is el,low that every thritty fernier nisyroadify
nevem(' the owner for !demi( of a Cinnberlinni
ley tri at tsi a te an t i Separator for perninnent nun on
his barn flour. Fanners would thi,"ltell to call and
examine ; '
TIIEI, A R LtSit 1 D'E R Ai I LI.
made at our estabilkinnent, ban won tin hight , e
nTonmiendAtions from nit who have m,l It I
both ;plods and CRII.IIOII tli . o upplen It thorefor.
mgalrre lighter premium ar.d produces the hirges
umnutity of cider from the umount of applon pot In.
The Willonibbi Patent
GUM. SP4 INti GRAIN DRILL
1.0110 wa l l ki1 , 14111 to farnll,l4 In Mostlunge of Penns
that uf , nerd not speak at nay length of
Ito nnlrits. now it Willi or without tioono
A U..11014:11% tuol'y ith tbu nlove lb to attached no to
t. olk lo straight Tank or s.ispeag, which over is pre
ferred, The Guns ot en ale also pot on by one fola•
patent arrangement, which given them ageator
and firmer attaeharat to the Drill. NI)
good farmer ran do ~)thoot the WlllottAby
( loin 'Spring . D, 111, %t hero ;deeps on hand a
F, ; , .
Iff all sizes and a v.-14y or .q thor Inwletmot.ntkpled
by farm., at tho 19weef prices
(7 . 7 ' " F. GATIDNER & CO.
Ca rl Ju!to, 1812
411., H 1W
, ;17 G CALLIO,
, • NO. '2O Wit.er pram,
"! N „
Th 4 Ii ATTER .of r 1
The LlATtalli ottarllelul I
The Latlesaty,lettf est Joeslead I
' The latest styles sprays on hsud , !
UATB fel:myth° beet blenufeetureal I t
.• F/euvirptuila yA,FIJ It total!! ,
4, 0. 0A ... 7tilrirtAcall Olitipop i.co, Ali lArgt
(1 4 ... r ;
iltoik of , •
, 11AT•R ei TD'O'AP
e 141 4" 4 ” 0,1 .r1i - caP.. 4 0 mat; 4aq bacthe• beet
erratigi;llietitivlbe coloilug nate, titeebeek Ooade,
vpvi Overcoats, at short aotico.
,a E 4 )
Thu hhthest OABII tqllo.lpf pad Ns- .1
. x 11:y
J ii l 44-cava tuic
• . aweries,• •.
'purobased the entire stneleandflx ewes of
Lowid Fabe'r, m.,' in 'Mr. Failler'i 110 W boibutn :
nod door to the Carlisle Deposit Bank, offer tho
public a large and well solected stock of
CEDAR WARE WILLOW-WARE, •
math nn Molasses, Cheese. Coffees, Spices, Rive, Salt,
Roof, Soda, Crackers, Flour, Twin, rigors, 6) raps,
Fish, Mum lard, Pickels, Colour, Nutawgx, '
04 Al E U 17,
Starch, liried Fruit, linelrel3, Candles, Macho's,
Baakets, Cloves, Pepper, Mivpic,o Brooms, Tubs,
Cordage, ISolip, Cinnamon, Corn . Siareb,CoaN. Oil,
Vinegar, Blacking. Slow, Polish '
'QUCORRWtire, GlaSSWai)3, Stoneware, 4c.
Cowls delivered to off parts of the town
FREE .OF CHARGE.
ifb—Tliehighost market prim pald for Country
Produce. They hope, by fair deal ing r strict atten•
— Con to baldness, ands desire to please, to merit a
• chore of the public 'patronage
I.lmh72tlap .1. W GREEN.
.7. IN THE
Tho n11,1,014[10 wrath' rospentfully Inform 11w
oltlonna of Carlisle and elehtity, that Ito h.te put
ellOtiod the sto, k of Dlr. Alto Ili—I:non, And Luring
ltrldedlargely therant, mill al all. tinted keep al prod
87 OCK 011' (; le ocEn TES
on hand, antl4leldll 11,3 „111 0.11 at 0 o ,, ty stall' ad
vanan on first tank. Et. truck , 1,1,0 01 Stioar
of nll the various grade-,, )1,
111F1101, Syl ups, Tea, Spites, tltt. t Lb.-ware,
Stonewall; and Crockery, limketx, Iltudintst. Tubs,
Craekore, all Janda, Tfaelcentl, , Blenl and !leering,
Tohneno all Sagan, 11rm,10,1 of all
Bad Cords and Clothes Lines, Brom., I alit also
kdep constantly on hand 0 tine rontllty of
. 1/ Floll,l' awl, Peed
Ho& ; also, a tarot , %al ietyCattlool and
Dried Fruit, . 1,..,, A opt th o o g "
Lotoona, Teloatona, , togetle, 'ant. g tt , t ad
tbotoettoOnt of NOIIONS lentally 10 pt nn Stock.
cotwrftv PICODVEI3 if'll It Ind. taken in ex.eltanan
-for goods, at market tinning, that by bon t
attuntion to 11110111.8 and Lhr 011111 , of all Nett
°lay favor him r, ith their en‘t , o:l, he AS 111
liberal phone of :t5 .
Alfa 'advantage In the plnchttaing lotv trlbe-1, Ibr
OAdlf,a will 0011 Ito undereohl by 0.13 to t le , 1.0,
urns 'Entoentlor the pia. No • 73 :A , -0 , Lane, er
'Arent, cornor of Chapel Ail , 3
• 1 lap72t. f .I.ELN
Boots an (1. Shoes
Boot and Shoe 172(0u.50!
Irom 1.111 hael •fll owl 1.1 • p.•• • . I o Io
:he fnxprrtirn f the p otol. • W..
to •••••11, oi .•• P.\ :II . P •o
BOOTS AgD SHOES
for LaMos, Nltrres, }lon, iloyx nod Cloldreo Li
clotting even vtylo In the taarket.
' Ledieo Buttoned and Laced Gaiters, in groat c.d.
.oty of style, orhish Glove li ii, l'oblde
Leather, Ueda Leathoi. and French Kid.
LADIES' BALMORAL BOOTS,
Sheens' RIO Childron's Bottom:.! mul Laeotl Bootni;
Moo's, Boy,' and Louth', Boot, /Intl Shoe- of every
dotioription. trim it StO,C) . tO n 8111113 . r. Our Ina
moose stork ha, be, Arelolly twit, tt , l, and
'Bargains will be given to Purchasers
Than kfnl ler part lihr.ral palrQuace, oar fracadr
and the public walk rally, aro 11.r1h.1
call and °amine (air stork.
13.Cmeenbor the place, No. I:1 South Ilan, el street,
ono door sr/nth of 11. M. Sonloy's (Nettling store,
nearly opposite the F. etulillu
2t0a721y aTROLDI .h CO.
LOOK OUT FOR TETE
Al A. MAI 0 T II Il 0 0
Evorybody fs Inrlltvl to it ot .fonotho) Corn
BOOT AND SLIC)E STORE.
on North llnnover street, Carlisle, ,
Nvlll miinufncturo to ardor the b00t.., shoe.: and
noltorti, that min lit'iirt Mona in the mail:rt. J
thin very host material, while I
component workmen. All Illy I.:110tin 6. un sold nt
the lowest cash prices. I Aliiii hove o now sly to to,
golillolmin. It in 1110
and minont bn porelocitel nt auy other Huai Stole,
except at .1. Curnnian'a 111:111.1fikklilr11.g ..•n11 , 11,11
meet. It la the fineat le in the market
for gentleman. I will glen make to eider all colida
of Shea for Luliea, 11iraicit and elitelren, at thy
shoreeid notice, nod at low .011 price, I "111 net
Le umbirtiold. The prieec will Lenecg)rdfnK in tic.
quality of the work. ;Please WV.. men call.
Repairing dune neatly arid clo to r
.TONA'CIIAN COI NM
Oral illa Gonna
N EW JERSEY CHEMICAL COAr
The NEW .1 ERSEY 01 , 11` A NY hol
ing porobasod flo. eltentioni %Volt, Ist,. ot Potts &
Klett, aro now notunfaFttirlog A ntinonistiql Sops,
ilo of Limp Inlly mina! in ~ 11.1,1 so,l
ditlnu CO no, Rhodes qoper.Pliloo.lgte. torn:rly
Made by Potts Fe o given
such general actb,fsetiot.
IY.• ntu now twornrotl to fornixl, t..,,w001 , r,1 nod
doolon, Mtn the oho. , Super-P1.. , 41 , 114t0 o I anal! tot
gild ~ tpt.l3 000 old ....tome,
We LW , g t.,
(Inat,t , we 1,, Ili VI 0
I'olo Ow .011114
trlito4l V.'llorvo ror
11., f , 1,11 1,17 r 1
1075111 ed,rl.l ot the t !;11,
the 111;01 Itt.t.
1 IT South
Steamship Li 7,(
WRITE STAR LINE
NEW VSU 1.111.L.-Pir\VEIZEI , STE.% M:1111
Tlll ;Mk'. I.A.MiI:ST 114 'l'll I: NMI+ Lll.
OCEANIC, ANTARCTIC. REPUBLIC,
k NTIO, A . 111. till'.
.11 . 9111 innn Inlrdeo—n,oo4l p
S:111114 furls 'l'Ulll/.1 fium
I lvi•rpoul sin 'PIIOIISO O VS, nipl (lurk llso
Fivui tlin Whit!. :tar Diu k, l'uvonia roa,.lt riey
L'assougoe ftccummotla (1.1 sill olltiner) nnrl•
TO lnJ, cmn6lnl n 4
Speed and COlllll6
14alol x. state...woo., n0t01..h.4....h.... zitul—loolo
roo.us 111 111 itiShill hoc til , ll, 1011.1 . 0 114,1 111103011 i.. felt
,durguous,und btrwarde ees ncenn.oatly the,.o steam
hATEF—Saleon, £BO .101. ISt eerligo, ..Y3.3 currency.
Thom wishing to rend for riends from tho' 01.1
Country con tome chtain sreola e prepaid certificate:l,
Pionongers hooked to er li am nil pµriff , 4 1 America,
P.a., 11an.1...rg, Not, ay, Sweden, I hEIX, Au I ral ia,
Chinn. etc. .
Excursion tickets granted at to treat 1 . 4 , (1'b.
Drag. front XI upwards.
For,leslieetlon el pintm and other inforinution, ap
ply to _J. 11. SPA HRS. Agent,
. ' .. No. 111 groadwaY, Now York, or to
EVER VI DRAWER WARRANTED. •
Evputy lontoliANT SUOULD USE THEM.
FAIRBANKS' SCALE WAREHOUSE
FAIRBANKS & EWING,
715 CHESTNUT STREET,
rrIHE SENSLMAN SHOP IS SU
WOOO WORK, BMITIIING, TRIMMINti anti
PAINTINO done In the best. manner. Carrlagtm
buggies and sprung wagons made to order.
Painting aIA work a Innadakty. tall at A. gen.-
old eland and oxtoalno for yoaraolvex.
A ('' A. B. SURRK , No 2.
J B. 11AVERS'rI0.1c, •
1,79 v§qtrrtt HANOVER STREET,
Doalonitt • .
Drugs, Medicines, au
HAVE this cbi'y nasociated with 'inio
pu4nevt my ROD, Andrew Ilhdr, tOn nettle 01
4.l)firm. to be A t . IIAILOII, a 110 N. - •
11D0thule, .110,0 1, 1872.. A. It. am.
1111 thoulNi to the public for thole uncournge
00U and patronnim In tho past, t Ito new lino front
tlint by glow nttontlidi to bushoas;--Witit just and
fair dealing towardo nil, they will merl6. n contion
alien of the public favor, ritid*reivo a share of their
1111 t. it in not 0111. ,
VAR of Dyntairaia. To deserilit• t lien, 11.111(11y !vain,.
ply an itnponiiilillity, built to tit,Pir out a
Wel hove that Ortpi rain' 1 ,, twill tor
the moat uniNerral 01 liuurun iliJorira. T 1.1,41,
pliatleally the i In li' til!t,l :•i to.. 1 1 ,4 t
filth o'll.ooll rr , ollllvll,ol 1.1 110..10 the c.lolritri4r
Om 0001. the no ;left 114 ,
mann , rluo hi .11 Itmalty v‘vonter.ol, ia ~
o to ouplaiii: The gti, it hot 'viii, tint), It no
vall , o ' l . Ji din t hi., •
iO .li •
nato rnn.ly ...H rh.
I, of a x`
roan! , nll •
&Ain• tn aro!! 4nlve, to 11111 tto! ontjt,lll,
ont !! 111,. i! t • I.•
o!int! Iher 11111,:pi.L Ol•luto to
pt lT rni!•l In: `I rnll fly, •lo I/ .Id.
i`l,l tO the of 111" e Illooxotola •••• - n!'
intt. 'Li..V, Ill: ..1./ . .1./V•
nnn,/1)11,11 . till., ' , MI el •von lil•t - .1'
t. 10•0. 011.1ili torm,.:oe. lid, ,yO. 0 •Jpsp.,lo
tilii . 111•11i , 11).' t, , t i
12:1.2 • tillovlntor 01 I'll aimi
ho 22; .2 it It , .
tug. co,,tort .2sttl 2212, ~ 2,, t 'i,. tt.-2 -t2 2.•
.1 , r11.1111(.11 , 111e.
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, 1 f., 1 1.1 —ll ,
111, t 1 1.•1 1%11..1
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i• not a 1 . 11,11 I •Int.:
rvovrotl lip , 11‘.I ts •.1 el , / 041
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I,art .til.l k 1 111
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ft ‘ll p
11,E,olpply114g the •,• •_:! . 0..1 .' 11 111,;n, il•
nnd r. thp
.3133 111 I 3113.31 133:33 / 3 311333 ,3 .3
3311331 1 . 1 lI'W 1,3, 3 3 N . 33333.
THEY H }<Lour)
,it tl 11,t1
at.tl /I. 1% tl
Iw:till:mi....l u LI
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ii, 111,:,1111, • .
ql,l perrn.l:loll[l, 01(01/111,11 11.
11;µ1, 1, I :` , 011,1C/I, and 11,11 w ! I
11,.. 151:tel, 11 !h.! fit. ,••'•
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n•Jklil it, 11 :Jl , , 11 tt 11
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thi , extra , :t . • t..
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. 7 ‘ • • I ' l lyi 1• f, ! i ' ' ' ;;l '
1t.1.• , I :111.A.1 . 4
1utt..11,1 ~ t /IC 0;1., t.t. 'Tr"'
'l l ll , Otodottlty II it
ACTS ZE CT I,
1, I VEit.
stitonlatiog Its twn t1..11, 4 . . i i1.,d0• Its
tolilaVV secretions 1.. rrgnLvunJ pis' rut. flitantitlrx
The.tiojartaudt result.. Much Ito ariql , ly to,jor ihr
limo or on•reaty aro colirele ot,i,s: ly th e i.
But It 111/011 , 010 Liter 6 , 11.. that their
sa o extract The ex cart'az Mataht:Xe mut t,ao .t in
than it skillfully comlllooil rod,. oth e r,
ots of whilOt (Ifni 11111111 th, the
tapper IsStrels, one aeon tht 1 ,, c r hot., ts, so 1 IMO
f•rool:Cin , r n pill
that liknovin i-e the C:11:11. untl nllliirntntp
,yStl.lll, lit nil vgiiii! . 11.! 11.!! . ,11,11.11, lannno - r, and
its actin. erittr. tits. (rota 1, pa ceslithe; or
oittios Foill etllolllol, li. ell 01 1111 , •
Posaessimt them teach 41c tlat , itzahti•
pedaphythli later•tura ',wall, lid • 11.,
Ka hnlnrludd slosh! ho ostiosit ti r o:. Tlitty ills
itt.rlttrtly s,II requito but two tot no sitiinto3i.l,llo,
tire tostopt stint o:llcirst nVi :01,1 1111 , 11 1.1111
to It...teflon null ttorotrot littfors, -
ot Tonto, oily' its :ts cot:silt spsytts•,,ltt itli
t 1 aUP !Aver Complitist. Dystottoin, 'lttly or tits
disdrtletd to which 1111.21N.1f1 . 0,111 orilltutry tottiltsi
itt two. thin MOl.Ol 111111 hoWel, enrrylwi Off ' 11li•
prop, obV.lllctitll.ll, W iti;o !Ito nit .•r 'font,
ion if)• thin ldund, ttoi.;:thot nzol tochror•ur Ihn
framo, Rica tutu nod i ppulilc to tilt, ntuu•;mh, tutu
thux 1,11114 NI thin 114 Valid
Dr. llooflitokl; Laving lottrmil iong;tift,
for Illsetv , H, Lnx o,lp tLr woria one trlnD,ly tor
tel . lllll roplicatioft, iu tlu. tvontlo.Dll vl,T,ration
\ /10 ()FLA.N.IY GRE ,
OIL. • ~ •• •
Tlll4 Oil It, a ?f ovvralgn rotn,:dr. fors pains and itches
of all. klntlH.
Ithemnatim, Nenmigin, 1 4 ontltsvha,"
Spra11111; rain In t h u Ittn.lc end Loins, Itlinr
worin , i, &v., all yi,1.1 to 114 r , terniti
The number or...ciiros,,efleclett by_ It Is astonihin;
'did they are inerenalligovery4lay. ' '
Taken. Internally, it la a c•liro the • Itrart-burnx,
gifiney blame - n, Cane, j)3
Chnlyra Marlins CrAnkja,..Pallis in Ow r3toinarb,
Tito liraolc, Oil' la composed o`ntiroly
game and .cFoontfot ylla. prlnelval lagrfdfont
is an oily g‘ii.taMer V1'0 , 111 , 1 hL fhoo S&II hok a port
'of Orem.. It, olfoo.l, 'no it dostroyi.i. of lo,oi In A
truly map foal. ThonaandaTtutoktecti — bblwai( s ets,, ,
ita.uxo, and a trial by thou wilpare .4,1 , 1 i4l - 01'.
ehoreughly convin, thotif ihovti. ,
renoolicO ill 1, , t ot
appllcatl.. 0 to, fir, I..II!NWPAL.
OFFICE, (11:4111AN ,T111111:1N1.; ;.Ati;);;.N . ,o.
rNI Al:(111 1•1111,A1)(U,P111;,.
A. 11.. I)LAIR
.Tioojtana's 173Fec? lei
O 1 LIVE 3 BAVB-15
It Vont of tho ronlrhttlik ,of
81,1, ogo, not tn,tely not nmny on - o,
virtlnts of dysilepyla or inollk , ,qtion, hill iffl
o'rlium7l, Now, wo wonid not, under.+Le..tt
Itny ono regardS flyqueiwht f.tvor, 'or
dihnonod to rank it among . Ito In:nri Oar
from it. Thor who have,
would scout such on 11190. dr4.14 It, and i,onid' -
dlspen.e with Its unple,ant
Mork T/11.10Y, Olin was Jolly nt,l, all Ilto-tryi:,
dretunet•tuces In which ho wav glared, 11.16, , r hod :41
atta,k of d4llOOl la, or his Jol 111 Yr 0 11 111
ny 111 . 0000 n his Men and 00111011
1111CMIli:11611111g4, 1,1( whoeter_ln,y,
It pu6on who onjoyad !Imo? .
Of- al l . the nudlilarfnnv diso,os to whivit Ilia LO
man spdvin 1 lahltl, 111,01 ~ .n`
:rut dy,pooda, 'lnure
tours a,ot, 1 painful, and v, hich ptrorc t
1 111,1. ktm. hot s‘olo, tb, of Which I'o
o Mind Alla 11,10001 y 01 .1
11, tho hod). 11 thew 10 /1 11:.•
wol Id It Is
A CONFIRMED I)Y6P.EPTIC
D 'EPST A PREVAILS
I) 1 . liil , ) Cl„'. Ni ; ,3 .. :I. i i ...:.',,,:
I , 1'171 . .1.: : J
,., . .'.. •
itElm i , .:m t; i...J.6.;;1?,
13 EN EF IL'I LT, ;_'
1)1i. 1100PL7AND'; (IEIZIf 1N
LIOuFLAND s ToN IC
c.lEltAl A N
_, I l
.1.. o•I•11•1,t is
poDopu Y LLIN PILLS
(..1 M. ' , DAT , A N •+
Iformtyly C. dL .TACKTOIi
Theo Remedies a. fut Halo by le,fwill,ts, Sum ,
:portiotvOlod no Thytior,,, 0. •
1 t INT t
T i P.,