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• II - • MADE WA/Mho° I •
W *FILL FINIBILIID CLOTHING!
vattNa CLOTHING I
Tice subscriber bas just received a very superior and
well Selected stock of .
o SPRING & SUMMER CLOTHING,
Consisting of Cassmere, Summer and Italian cloth, AL
poem; rdarsAiles, Linnen and Cottonatio, Coats, Pants
A Shirts also Silk and Sethi vests and In short ow
thing in the waxer GARMENTSI. His stock of
GENTLEMENS 7 FURNIS LUNG GOODS,
line bean selected with a groat deal of care, and shirts
rravats,dro, &a.; are plant unusual low prices.
• TRUNKS GAHM-BAGS VALISES.
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Tho subscriber would call special attention to his
largo stock of,
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RATS AND CAPS
*ltch hcchas rectivod and is solllor thorn at very loir
fl, ure& Mho ober° you., can convince •younelf by
calling at tho Cheep Clothing Storo near the Market
Home ASITEIR. WIEL.
• April 11, 1860.
SILVER PLATED WARE BY
• HARVEY FILLEY •
' No. nu IMarliet Street Pintanatrina,
Manufacturer of fine '
NICKEL, SILVER, and SILVF7. PLATER of
'FORKS, SPO /NS, LADLES, 'BUTFER KNIVES,
CASTORS, TEA SETS. URNS, KETTLES,
WAITERS, BUTTER DISHES; ICE PITCHERS,
CAKE BASKETS, COMMUNION WARE, '
CUPS, MUGS, GOBLETS. &e.,
With a general assortment comprising none but the
best quality, made of the beat materials and heavily
plated, constituting them a Serviceable and durable
For HOTELS, STEAMBOATS and PRIVATE FAMILIES
.tro- Old Ware reldated In the best mariner " •
Feb. 22, 1860-1 y.
ATTORNEY AT LAW AN G GENOAL AGENT
TATILL give special 'attention to' collections through
. VP nut the State, make investments, buy and sell
Real Estate and securities.. Negotiate loans, pry taxer,
locate land' warrants, &c., he. Refer to the members o
the Cumberland County Bar, and to all prominent citb
sons of Carlisle, Pa. fAugPSB-Iy.
"RAVING entered into co-partnership
in the 'manufacturing of BAR IRON, -at Letort
Forgo, Carlisle, Pa, we would respectfully inVite the
attention of Hardware morchants, Blacksmiths, and . all
ethers 'who may want a nuporlor article of Iron . to give
theta call. , -
All kinds of hammered Iron constantly' on band or
drawn to order on - short notied7
The highest price paid for wrought Iron scrape, or to
Yee in exchange for bar Iron. . .
Carlisle, Oct. 12, IRID
TEIE MUTUAL ',IFE INSUR
'ANOE COMPANY OF NEW YORK.
• •-•', Assets:
'MILLIONS - OF DOLLARS,
owesrED IN FIRST DIORTOAORS ON REAL ESTATE,
NORTH OVER 518,000,000.
_XII,. premiums aro ilturn than In many other Camper
Web, and the Invitlenas have been GREATER. ,
This is a strictly Munn, Company. There are no
Stookhohlers,ao that ALL TUE PROFITS
BELONG TO THE INSURED.
Pamphlets, and ovary information, may be bad GAAS
121, on application to.
WM. D. lIALRERT, Cornett,.
* . PHILADELPHIA REFERENCES: •
Thom Is Robbins, John Welsh,
Mordecai L. Dawson, (horse IL Stuart,
Georg., M. Stroud,, - E. S. Whalen,
.7,c..hn R. Myers, * J. Fish6r Learning,
Jorepir Patterson, WIRGir C. Ludwig,
John M. Atwood, . Arthur G. Collin
Thnin or IL Powers, , George W. Tolatid,
, • Thos. Wattson. .
F. HATETIFORD STARR, Agent,
B. W. Corner Fourth and Walnut Streets,
Slay 23, '6O-Gm. • PHILAD'A
WATCH AND JEWELRY STORE
D, CONRAD, FORM Kit OCCUPANT
No. 148 NORTH SECOND STI?EF; . T,
CORNER OP,QUARRY STREET.
--The- undersigned ha's — leased - the above premises
where ho will keep a large assortment of Gold k Silver
Wathies, of American. - English and Swiss Manufacture
of the most celebrated makers, in addition to which,
he found always on band (and made to order) an
variety of Jewelry, silver. and Silver Plated
ware, together with a general assortment of such goods
- as are usually kept in first darn Jewelry Store
the patmos of O. Conrad, and those of the subscnber
tare her with the public generally, are lorded to call,
whore they will toady., a good article for their money.
As I am' determined to do strictly a Cash business goads
will ho sold very iow. "SMALL. PROFITS AND QUICK
VALES," Is the motto of this establishment. • '
LEWIS It. RROOMA LL,
--- • Formerly 0. CONRAD,
' No. 145 North Srktind St. corner ofgumr.r- Phila.
G NNTLEMEN'S FURNISHING
SHIRT MANUFACTO, I I ,
No. 810; Chestnut Sired,
Four doors below the "Continental lintel" and nearly
opptsite the "Oirard House" Philadelphia.
A large assortment. of Dressing Reboot constantly on
band. Particular attention given to ordered shirts—a
pcifect fit guaranteed.
Wholesale trade supplied with floe shirt sand collars
on liberal terms.
Directions rot measurement sent. on application by
July 6, 1860.-ly.
H A I .14 It 0 A D
, RUMMER ARRANGEMENT,
On ansl after MAY 28,'18G0.Two passe r ° trains Icavo Harrislturg daily, (Sun
dove excepted,) at 8.00-A: M nod 1.15 P. M.. for Phila.
&Ink I-1, arriving there at 1.23 noon and 8.15 P. M.
Returning, leave Philadelphia at 8.00 A.M., and 3.30
P. IL,. arriving at Harrisburg at 12.13 noon and 8.30 P.
Poona: To Philadelphia, No. 1 Cars. $3.25; No. 2 (in
Baum train,) $2.70.
Fitros to Reading. $1.60 and $1.30.
At Reading. connect with trine for Pottsville, Miners
Your trains leave Reading for Philadelphia daily, at
41 A. M., 10.45 A. 111., 12.30 noon and 3.43 P. M.
Leave Philadelphia for ltbading at 8.00 A. M., 1.00 P.
M., 3.00 P. M. and 5.00 P. ht. -
Vnres from Reading to Philadelphia, 01.75 and $145.-
The morning train from' Harrisburg connects at
Reading with up-train for Wlikestiarre, Pittston and
Pot through tickets and othirinformatlon apply to
J. J. CLYDE,
Aug. 3, '6O
PURIFY TIIR BLOOD,
VEGETABLE LIFE PILLS,
The high and envied celebrity which these pre-end- ,
43ent Medicines have acquired for their Invariable effi
cacy in all the diseases which they profess to cure, has
rendered the usual practice of puffing not only unneces
eery, but unwprthy of them. They arn known by their
Butte: their gond works testify for them, and they
thrice not by the faith of the credulous.
In all eases of Asthma, Acute and Chronic, Rheuma
tism. Affections of the Bladder and Kidneys,
Ili:lions Severs and Liver Complaints.—ln. the South
and West where those diseases prevail, the 3 will be
found invaluable. Plantem, farm la and others, who
ones use these medicines, will neveraftorwards be with
Billions Chollc and Serous Looseness. -Idles, Costive
ness, Colds and Coughs, Cholic. •
CuNSUMPTION—Used with great success In this di
Corupt%ors, Dropsies, Dyspepsia.—Nu person
,1112 this distressing disease should delay using these
Eruptions of the Skin, Eryelpaiss,Platuloney and Pe
ear And Ague.—For thls scourge of thelV.tern country
rthme medicines will be (bend a lief., speedy and certain
renfedy. Other medicines leave the system subject to
a return of the diatoms—a cure by 'these medicines is
permanent. Try them. bo mitisfied, and bo cured
FOULNESS OF COMPLEXION, •
Gout, Giddiciesek - Gilkeel4leadaches of every kind,.
Inward Fever, Inflammatory Itheumetkm, Impure
111 ,od, Jaundice, Loss of Appetite. .
LIVER COMPLAINTS, • .
. . . . .
Never fails to oradicate.entArely all the effects of Mer
cury infinitely sooner than the most powerful prepara
tion of 'Sarsaparilla.
Night Sweets, Nervous Debllity,liervous Complaints
of all kind., Organic Affectisp s, Palpitation of the Heart
Painters' Choi's,. •
The original proprietor of these medicines was cured
,of Piles 0185 yenta standing by the luse.of those Liver
Pains in the head, side, back, limbe,,jointa and or
Thee° of with tblederrlble Meetde will be ears
of relief by the Life Medicines.
Itneb of Blood to the Heed, Scurvy, Saiteltlieum.
&MOSUL/4 or KING'S EVIL, In Its worst feria DI:
core of every description. e
Worms of all kinds aro effectually expelled by these
ntedlelues. Parente will do well to adruhihnt them
whenever their existence is suspected. Relief will he
THE LIFE PILLS •
. AND PUENIX BITTERS
.PORIFY TUE BLOOD,
And thtis remove all diseases from the option.
Preparedby . . ~
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DR, WILLIAM B. MDITAT, It -
No. 335 Brom!way,
(Moffat Dull g)
Tor ;Wu I:.y all !meets. ' • tri
MlSTAKE.—All.peisons in Want
N..J.1 of it bottle Of Fine Old Imported auld Pure Wand.",
or Old'ltya Whiskey,or Gin, Wines, de, emu ge t, tb e
pare ankle at the roeery of. the enbseriber. , • •
. WM. RF.STZ. .
Carpels, San. 38,1800.
lIRNISHING GOODS _
The largest and beet variety of Geht'a Fo'rnlgh,..
Goods; ind t the lowest plats can he toned at
.. -. , . North Hanover Street.
lEOR BA E.—A goo'd sirooild-band
me Sp pp 2. 6o.he Herald
TRYING F E MALE COLLEGE,
This Institution, designed for the liber;at education
of Young Ladles has been In operation two years with
the most gratifying results. It is now established on
Arm basis, and Its patronage already extends over
It is located on the Cumberland:Valley Railroad mid.
way . between ibirrishurg and Carlisle. In the most for.
tile and beautitul portion of the valley, and is in close
proximity to ono of the most moral, healthy, and en
terprising towns in the State. • •
It is central, and easy of deems. Students leaving
Washington, Baltimore, or Philadelphia in the morning
train for Harrisburg, will arrive at 'Mechanicsburg in
time for dinner.
• The edifice Is large and commodious, surrounded by
double verandas, and will accommodate about ono hurl.
dred boarders. In Its construction, It . combines all the
modern improvements - for the ' pro motion of health,.
comfort and convenience. In these respects physicians
provo'unce it unrivalled, The chambers are large and
'neatly furniehed.' Eaoh has its .regleter for beat and
ventilation Only two students occupy Hie earns room.
The bath rooms are at all times supplied with warm and
cold water. r" • ' •
•• The munds are amploond well arranged for recro-_
talon, and the various calisthenic. exercises -so eisan•
tial to healih, graceful movement and . symmetry 01
The Faculty of i?etruttion le efficient and caper
In the Collegiate Department the course of study Is
of a high grade, comprehending all the,aubjects belong•
lug to a Classical. Polite and Christian Education.
In the Preparatory:Department pupils will bq care
fully instructed in those branches forming the- basis of
a thorough English education. ' -"
Sumo:vs.—First Session, from the let Wednesday of
September to the 30th of January.
Second Session, from the lot of Februall to the let of
Vacation, durlng July and August.
. TERMS PER SESSION OF FIVE MONTHS, PAYABLE
. IN ADVANCE.
Boarding, Washing, Furnished Booms.
,1101tion—Collegiate Department. . . .
.‘ First Class,
No extra charge for Ancient languages.
Musir—Plano and Guitar: . . ; . . . 20 00
' Vocal Moak.. . . . . 4 . . . . . 2 00
Modern languages,. . . . . 10 00
Painting, Drawing and other ' Ornamental Branches
y et the usual rates. -
Textbooks furnished at city prices.
For further particulars address,
Rev. A. G MAItLATT, A. M..
Aug. 3. 1860
CUMBERLAND VALLEY, R.,R
3. OOODYEAR & CO
. , CIIANOE OF HOURS I •
On and after MONDAY, 'APRIL 10th 1800, Passonge
, Train! , Will run as follows: (Sundays Sxrepted
FOR CHAMBERSRURG AND HARRISBURO.
Ist, Train. 2d Train
Lem Hagerstown, 6.45 A. M.
- Greencastle. 7.35 "
" Cll p ibersturg, 8.30 "
Eli onsburg, - 9.00
Ne 0.32 ' 4
" Carlisle. 10.10.. .44
Mechanicsburg, • 10:42 . " 3.16
Arrive at Harrisburg, 11.12 • " 3.45
• , FOR CIIASIBERSDURO AND lIAGERSEOWN,
• 'Leave Ilarriaburg B.OG A. )1
~" `3lochnulcsburg 8.47 "
• " Carllale ' . 9.27
." Ileartill '
a 10.02 •••
" - Shippons burg, 10.34 "
f' ChapibgWArrlve) .11.00
. Arrive at liagerstowp, ' '
vaasongdrs.will obsorve; that there Is but Ono
Train a day, (a Passenger and Freight Train combined)
over the Franklin Road, connecting with train to liar.
rlshurg at 8.30 A. M., And with the Train arriving from
liarrlsburg nt 5.0 t P., M.,
THREE Daily Trains leave Harrisburg for Pittsburg.
at 2.45, A. M.,12.50 and 4 05. P. 111., making direct con -
unctions with tr,ains for Cincinnati, Louisville ' Clove.
land. Chicago, Indianapolis, Bt. Louis, and all principal
points throughout tho West. '
For Philadelphia, via Pennsylvania Central Railroad
At 1.20 and 6.05 A. M., and 12.55 and 3.60 P. M. Via
Lebanon V. It. It., atOt.oo A. 31., and 2.35, P.M.. For
Baltimore, at 3.21 S; 7,20 A. M., A 2.05 P.M.
l!'or I ravorton and WlDlanniport nt 1.27 tind 8.15, P
11. Tralna on Dauphin Road at 2.0 P. Ai.
NOTICE TO PASSENGERS: At all Stations whey.
Tickets aro sold, viz: Chambeisburg, Shlppensburg
Ca7llste, Mechanicsburg. amplarriaburg, a reduction o
TEN CENTS op each Ticket will be made to all Passen
gers that provide themselves with Tickets before en
tering the Cars.
0. N. LULL Super't .
Railroad Office, Chninliorsburg,l
April, 16, 1860.
FURS TURE WARE-ROOMS
fir4 - 4.=
-"Pc210 5 491
1959 _ rIZ
West Hig h Street, Carlisle, Pa.
(Premium awarded at the Cumberland County
Agricultural Pair of 1857.)
The subscriber has juet received the most splendid
assortment oral-Mies in hie line, over brought to this
place which ho is determined to sell at prices that do
Dlnling-room, V URNIT If R.
Kitchen skixd •
Embracing (every article used by House and Hotel
keepers, of tt iiinostapproved and
and finish. Including also,Cottage furniture In
reception - end Camp Chairs, Mattresses, Gilt fraypes,
pictures, &c., Ac. e
Purchasers are requested to call and examine his
stock, at his extensive, ware-rooms, West Main street,
North side. • A. D. EWING.
Any- Particular attention given ea usual to funerals;
orders from town and country, attended to promptly
and on moderate terms.
Carlisle, May 12, 1858.-Iy.
Fred Drugs, Fancy Goods, Fruit, and
B. W. lIAVERSTICK bee Just received from the city
and Is now'Opening asplendid display of FANCY GOODS.,
to which ho desires to call tho attention Of his friends
and the public. Ills assortment In this line cannot be
surpassed In novelty and elegance. and both In quality
and price of the articles, cannot fall to please pm-eh/tsars.
It would be impossible to enumerate his ,
which comptiribevery variety of faneyartieles of the most
exquisite finish such no. .
Paplir ?dacha floods.
Elegant alabaster and porcelain ink-stands and trays,
Nanexivory, pearl and shell card cease, ,
Ladles' Fancy Baskets, .:
Haney Work Boxes, with sawing instruments, '
Ladles' Cakes, Writing Desks, and Port-folios.
Port Monneles, of every variety, •
Gold pens and pencils, Fancy paper weights, and a
large variety of ladies' Fancy a tationery.
Matte, seals and wafers, Silk Ind bead purees,
Riding whips, elegantly flnisheft: Fine cutler),
Perfume baskets and bags, '
• Brushes of every kind for the toilet,
X. Basin and R. & G. Wright's Soaps and Perfumes
of various kinds, •
Fancy Pins for head dresses and maw's.
Musical instruments, of all kinds and at ali% primes
together with an innumerable variety of artibles °indent
ly finished and suitable for holiday presents,. to which
he invites special attention.
. Also, an extensive and elegant collection of
comprising the various English and 'American Werke,
richly embelished POETICAL, WOURS, Bibles and
Ilyinn Books, elegantly:. bound in velvet with metal
clasps and corners, suitable for holiday gift's.
Ills assortment of School Books and School Stationery is
also complete, and 4)6ll4:irises everything used In the
Schools. Ile also desires to call the particular attee.
lion of Families to Isle elegant assortment of
•I.k PS, &e.,
from the extensive 'establishments of Cornelius, Archer
and others or Philadelphia, comprising every style of
Parlor, Chamber and study Lamps, for burning either
hard, Sperm 01 Etherial oil; also DYOTT'S celebrated
Kerosene or Coal Oil Lamps, together witlalowerVases
Haney Screens, dc. Ills assortment in this line is no.
equaled In the borough. Also, •
embracing all the Cworlte brands, and a fine assort.
moat of fdEERSOIIAD3I SMOKERS AND PIPES.
such as Oranges, Lemons, Figs, Raisins,• Nectarines,
Prunes, &0., FANCY CONFECTIONARY—NUTS—PRE
SERVED FRUITS, NIIIII`ED-REAT, PICKLES, &a.,
Juisvery variety and at all prices, all of which are pure
and fresh such as can be confidently recommended to
his friends. Ills stock embraces everything In the line
of Fancy Goode, with many other articles useful to
hue ekeepera which the publie are especially Invited
to call and examine. . .
Remember the Old Shind t nearly opposite the Bantr. on'
Itorth Itemiser street
Dec. 7. 1R59
The subsoribei would inform the
sene of Carlisle and surrounding country Mit he
has taken the mill,known as Carlisle Mills and b pre•
pared to furnished In lege or small quantities,
FLOUR dr. FEED•
Customers work done on short notice. I always pay
the highest cash price for grain.
J. A. WAGGONER.
LIINE.: WATCH REPAIRING.-
F. O. KILEBIXR.
at the New Jewelry Stanton East:- .see - •
Main street, near the .Public , , jap • ' I
Square, is prepared to eleen - and
repair the Finest Witelms, and. . -' call
Warrant them to , stye entire i ' ' -, ..r
ntlebaction. Also One Mantle '' , , • - . '•:", k
Clocks of all kind ., Musical Box-
es, Accordions, to.-prat-in: to , . „\ ~ 4 i
14 0 4 1 .0sder, and warrant*: ... 'ime. -....-- " -,.'"'
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BIICIARS AND TOBACCO,
B. W. lINVERSTIOK
;' A H
A:', ' - WTC 814 ,
i- : 4 . ~.. . JEWELRY AND
- . SILVER WARE.
WE would respectfully inform- our
Mends, patrons and the publicitenerally, that
we have now In atom and offer Wholesale & Retell. at
the lowest Oaah Prime, a laige and very choice stock or.
Watches. Jewelry, Sliver and
,Plated Ware of every Ira ,
loty hind style.
'livery, description 6f Diamond Work and other Janet.
ry, made to order at short notice.
1111‘. MI goods warranted to be as ropresented....(4 "
. Particular attention given to the repalrlogof Watch.
es andjeweiry of every description. A , -
, Rept. La, '60.-2m. '. STAUFFER & RLEY.
, No. 622 Market St. (south side,) phi's.
. . ..... . . 4 .F 1
-Canals July 0,1880.--ly. Ohe'ap•JOli r :Prititiiig dcirie liire. :• . •
'...• . wITTAXTIOJVZ . • NEW COAL AND LUMBER YARD
NEW STORE AND .NEW GOODS t 4 -I The imbecribere have this day entered into part•
herip to trade In
, - '• '0046. 'AND LUM'BEN,
After returning blii acknowledgements, for. the very ! We will have tonstaut ly on bandand furnish - to order
liberal patronage which has been extended to him, tin :
1 . all Lu ju klu E de n s , ind qualltf, of seasoned
undersigned would call attention to the fart that hi i
has Just 1.0-opened his extatedve assortment of family . •
_. • •. , .
' ' 1 • , i'.6 SCANTLING,
(IC ERIES ' ,
; " 'rt. - • FRAME STMT . :
I . Paling, Platitering Lath, Shingling Lath, worked Floor.
lug and Weatherboarding, Posts and Rails, and every at'
tielothat belongs to ( ( LUMBER :YARD.
All kinds of Sliinglee, to wit: Whltepine Hemlock,
end Oak, of different:qualities. ' Having ( t are of our
own we can furnish bills to order of any length and
sire at the shortest notice aqd on- the most reasonable
terms.. Our worked boards will be kept under cover so
;that they can bii furnished dry stall times.
We have constantly on hand all kinds of Fii:113 .,-, 1111
under cover, which we *lll deliver clean to any'pa N
the borough. To wit: .
LYKENS VALLEY, •
TIIEVORTON, •' • de. do. „do.
LOCUST MOUNTAIN, " ' .
which we pledge ourselves to sell at the lowest pijcee .
Bost quality of .. • • • '
• Limeburner's and Blacksmith's Coal, '
always on hand whirls wirwill sell at the losient figure
Yard went side of Grammar School, Main street.
.ARMSTRONG A HOFFER:
In hie newOtirmroom, on the southwrot corner of, the
public equare, where the public are Invited to call' and
examine a stock of goods which, In elegance, variety
and extentovill defy competition; comprising In part
loaf, lump, Crushed and brown sugars,
Java, Rio and roasted Coffee. Every vet. 4.- .- 4 1.
riety andluedity of TEA. • Bpices,..(ground i 1
and unground,) Pickets, Sauces, Table Oil. 1 1, 4 •
Now Orleans, Sugarhome and Trinidad t ,,,1. 1,4 '
Molasses; New York and Philadelphia Syr-
• ups. Cheese, Macaroni, Yen:M*llll, • spilt Peaa, Hominy,
Mincemeat, corn Starch, Farina, Chocolate, Extract o,
Coffee, refined sugar at reduced rates, washing and balc
-1 lug soda. Tobacco of the most favdrtte brands, and the
finest quality of.Segars. Also, a beautiful assortment
of Britannia Ware, plain and Said band China Ware,
Glass, Queens. Stone and Northern Ware, In great ya•
rlety, and an elegant ,ht of Friney Soaps, extracts and .
• perfumery for the toilet.. .
. FRUITS: Including Pasches in cane; Raisins, Cran•
berries, dry,apples, citron, almonds, oranges, lemons,
LIQUORS: Wholesale and retail,
embracing common and old Bye Whin'
key, brandies, dark and pale, Lisbon
Sherry Port. Mader's, Ofilger, Catawba
. . .
\"*VeAM and Muscat Wines In caiko and bot
the, Scotch Mtdokey, Holland Gin, and .Scheldan
FISH AND SALT
A'lorge stock of LAMPS, including Dyottja celebrated
lamps for burning Kerosene or coal oil, also Sperm,
Pine, Lard and Coal OIL Burning Fluid, Sperm and
• • CEDAR-WARE AND BROOMS: ' •
Brushes, Ropes, Illoppq, Soaps, Tjaenniate, Walters
Looking-glasses, fine totter and note paper, .Wlllort
Ware, painted buckets, &c.
Cotton and . woollen Hose, and half hose, end a full
stock of Gloves,. Including the well known Hanover.
Buck Gloves. '
. In short. his stock comprises everything that Is called
for In his line of business, and no efforts ahllkhe spared
to render entire satisfaction to hls customers:.
Carlisle, dot. 27,1858-Iy.
/Al- Marketing, of all kluds taken I exchange fo
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FAMILY GROCEItY AND TEA
• . STORE.
Just received and In store, a fresh 'and well se- '
' looted assortment of Rio, Java and Mara
' . caibo Coffee, Roasted Wee, Crushed-,
Pulverized Sugars. Refined and
other brown Sugars, auperior • .
. • Syrtip Molassce ' Orleans . .
(baking) •810 ls a SOB. . •
Spices of every variety =
puro only: Starch, Farina and
• Choeolate,•slScearoni, Cheese and •
Crackers, Tapioca and Siap.. indigo,
Salemtus and Soda, Cream Tarler, and as
sorted Pickles, Mustard and Coriander Seed.
• TEAS.—A Eye assortment In Packages,
ero.-Zr.r , and in bulk — so well as all other articles
f 1 . 4 bglonging to the buJiness—all at the lowe st
, i t
and late reduced pricep. . -
7 ATCHEB, JEWELRY, AND
SEINER-WATILAT CONIXN'S old established
Stand, West St., nearly opposite the Cumberland
I have just received a new assortment of watches,
ewelry. medallions. silverware, Ac.. In addition to my
,to which I invite the attention of the
public, The assortment embraces fine gold and silver
lever watches; Hunting and open case do., gold An
chors for Ladiesnnit Gentlemen and Silver- Leptons
sad Quartier watches of every variety In style and
Also fine gold Medallions. Breaskpins for ladles and
Gentlemen of every quality, patterutand price. Gold
fob, vest. curb and neck challis. Gold bracelets, ling*rings,
cult phis, studs, sleeve-buttons, crosses, ;hernia,
Ac., Ac. Gold and silver 'thimbles, silver end plated
butter knives, forks,- table; toa, salt and mustard spoons
of every variety. A large assortment of gold, silver
and common spectacles, to suit all,
ages to which we invite speciatatten•
A fine lot of GOLD PENS from the best tankers,
spectacle cases, fancy boxes, silver and pearl card cases,
gold and common bracelets, watch - chains,
Montlb Clocks end a variety of articles usu
ally kept in .lowelry.e.stablishtnents, which
will soll low for cash.. All articles war- -
tooted to be what they era represented.' - , .4
' Particular attention paid as usual to • °"%,
WATCH REPAIRING - and all work war.
, AT S. C. lIU . TETT'S
Shed niid mackerel of differon - t. grader.,
- Al IWYETT'I3.
Salmon, ,Scale Fish awl Whitt; Fish,
Cojtish, Salt and Pickled Ironing,
V •- .At TIUYEIFT'S.
Cheese and Criiekers can be bad
Dried Fruit, Preserves and Jellies, A lIDYETT'S.
Sugar Cured Beef and Rama,
A flesh supply of LIQUORS,
Oils, Whit. Lead, &c., &c.,
1 860. W.RDIVA II R .A F RE ! If H ARD
onh P. Lyno fi Son have just completed opening
their Spring Stock of Hardware, Paints, Oils. varnishes,
Gla r a he.. to which they Invite the early atttention,of
the public. Wo...have greatly enlarged our stock In all
its various branchca,and can now accommodate thepub.
• RELIABLE GpOD.S...
In largo or small quantities, at the lowest prices. But
we do not wish the public to understand that we have
brought all the goods In Philadelphia and New York to
our tote n, hut we can assure them-that one look Into
our store will convince them that we hove enough to
supply the demand In this market. Persons wanting
goods in our line will find It to their advantage to give
us A call before making their purchasits.—All lorders
personally and punetually itteoded to, and no Mere.
presentations guadato elTect sales
JOHN 'P, LYNN & SON.
North Hanover St. Carlisle
Ulll. BELTING !
Just recelTed a large assortment of all ekes
Gum Belthur, Gum Hose, Guni Parking, Sm., and foe
sale cheap at the Hardware Store of
June 22, 1860. 11. SAXTON.
NEW -AIR LINE ROUTE
TO NEW YORK! .
/I/ I I
1• t : :tt •
he r b' ui+~.l77 7 .B l4 ..rti 7 sw.irs=ay.;
SHPRTEST IN DISTANCE
- - AND 11TIKEST IN TIME
BETWEEN THE TWO CITIES
‘'^ NEW YOEN ' •
VIA READING, A LLENTOWN
MORNING lapnEes, West, leaves New York at 0 A,
01., arriving at Harrisburg at 12.45 noon, only 0.1, hours,
between the two cities.
MAIL LINE leaves Now York at 12.00 noon, and ar.
rives at Harrisburg at 8.30 P. 01.
'MORNING MAIL LINE Eastsdeaves Harrisburg at
8.00 A. M., arriving at Now York at 4.30 P. M.
AFTERNOON EXPRESS LINE, East, leaves Harris
burg at 1.15 P.Ol. arriving at New York at 000 P 31.
Connections are made at Harrisburg at 1.00 P. M. with
the Passengel Trains in each direction on the Penney].
vania, Cumberland Valley and Northern Central Rail
All trains connect at Reading with trains for Potts
ville and Philadelphia, and at Allentown for Mauch
Chunk, Easton, a..
No change of Passenger Cars or Dalgage between New
'Kruk and Harrisburg, by the 0.00 A. M. Line from Now
York or the 1.15 P. M. from Harrisburg.
For beauty of scenery, and speed, comfort and accom•
modation. this route presents superior Inducements do
the travelling public.
Fare between New York and llarrisburi FIVE DOI.
LARK. For tickets and other Information apply to
J. JI CLYDE, General Agent, Harrisburg.
A TTENTION FARMERS AND
The undersigned la thitemle agent for the celebrated
PEACH BOTTOM ROOFING SLATE.
and will keep a supply constantly on hand. This slate
can bp furnished cheaper than shingles, and is more
:durble than any other material. It can be procured
by calling on the subscriber at hie residence on East
street: JACOB SIIROIL
B: Slate will be furnished to persona in adjs.
cent counties pt the shortest notice. .'
Carlisle June 20.1500,0 moe.
QUGIAII CURED HAMS , -
Dried Beef, Bologna, Fish, Cheese. floffeea, Sugars,
~Molasses, Teas, Maccaroni, Dried Fruit, Tomatoes,
Peachea in cane, Pine Amite, Corn dried anfffresh, Ear.'
dines, Anchovies. Clives. Mushroom. 'Walnut- and To..
matt° Basun. John Dull, London Club. Worcestershire..
India Soy, Harvey's and Reading Sauce, Dickela.ei al,
kinds plain and fancy, Mustards plain and mixed, best
quality TobaccoA Segars, S. Orissingers pure
•-• • OLD RYE WAISKEY, .
Brandkis, Wines, and 011111, witlrawreat variety 0
goods not enumerated to be sold at the lowest BABB
PRlClEB.oountry prodOce taken In exchange.
May 16, - .'80.-01a. ' WM. BENTZ
HAMBERSBURG FEMALE SEDI
The location is pleasant and healthy, and th e advert.
tagetrare equalled by tow In the land. The Institution
Is large and prosperous, with a corps of assistants ohm
son with care, and well qualified to instruct in tbp Solid
mid ornamental hmnebes, The Influences in thelioard
ing department are parental, moral and refining. •
The neat session, will commehee, on the 12th day of
September. CatalognesmiPpe had on application to
the Principal. ,
Rev. W. W, Elle,•Carlielo; Rov. John Ault, Loudon,
Pa; Cleo. 11. 'Bucher, Esq., Hogue:down, Pa; Jlon. Geo.
Chambers, B. 8. Schneck, D. D, 8. R. Fisher, D. D., ilov,
P, R. Reese. Roy. Joseph Clark. Chambersblrg, Pa; Pro.
tossers at Princeton, N. J., both of the College and Theo
Bev HENRY REEVES, A. AL,
Carl! , 110; Jan. 22, 1860. ly
ORWARDING •AND • COMMIS
-810:!11 HOUSE, ' •
The subacriber having taken the Ware Douse cars
and fixtures of Wet. li. idurrey's well known establish
giant, on West Uigh street, opposite Dickinson College,
would inform.the public that he has entered Into a
general Forwarding and Commission I,IOIIIIM, i.
The highest market pike will bcf paid for Flour, Grain
and produce of all kinds.
. Thee aro aim prepared to freight produce and stock
to Philadelphia and Baltimore, at the lowest mien, with.
safety and despatch.
'PLASTER AND SALT kept constantly on band, and •
FLOUR AND FEED at wholesale or mall.
Coal stall kinds. embracing, • • .
SyN URY WHITE ASH,
• LOCUST OAP,
Limeburner's - and: Blacksmith's
CONSTANTLY fora BALI
••• . KEPT UNIDER COVER
and delfroted - dry to ayelpaetpf tho town.
J. it. NONEtPAKER
Can tats, Augdst 17, 1859.
NrEW COAL YARD
-61. TUE*LIiT ZED OF CAALIELE.
The subscriber would rearm/irony call the attention
of Linieburner's, and the citizens of Carlisle, and tho
surrounding country generally, to hie
• NEW . O'A' YARD, •
attached to his Ware !louse, on .West High St., whore
he will keep constantly orPhanii a largo supply of the
best quality of MAL, to wit:
Lykens Valley,cLuke Fiddler, Pius Grove and Traver=
ton, Broken, Egg and Nat Cool—.screened and dry coal.
ohlrh ho pledges himself to sell at the lowest possible
',prices. Best quality of
LIMEBURNEWB AND BLACICSMITLIT COAL
alw - ays ondind—
MS-All orders lett at the Ware Ilouse,dr at Ills real
denee lo 'Mirth Hanover street, will be promptly -at.
ASS! _GLASS!! PAINTS!
Vf rA.I.Nn I I A full asisument of Olais of all alma
and quality; kith a largo stock of fresh PAINTS, all
colors., 011 s, VArnishes, &c., Cement In largo or. small
quautftles, at 16,w figures at
JOHN P. LYNN & SONi
North Hanover Street.
The proprietors and'ananufacturers of HOS
TETTEIt'S CELEBRATED STOMACH BIT
TERS can appeal with perfect confidence to
physicians and citizens generally of the United
States, becauso,the article has attained a repu
tation heretofore unknown. A few facts upon
this point will speak more powerfully than
volumes of bare assertion or blazoning puffery,
The consumption of lioitettees Stomach Bit
' ters for the last year amounted to over a half
million bottles, and from its manifest steady
increase in times past, it is evident. that during
the Coming year the consumption Will reach
near one million bottles.. This immense amount
could never have been sold but for the rare
medicinal properties contained in the prepare
lion, and the sanction of the most prominent
physicians 'in thoset-Bections of the country
where - the article is best known, who not. only
recommend the Bitters to their patients, but
are ready at all timewto give testimonials to its
efficacy in ell cases of stOmachic derangements
and the - diseases - resulting therefrom.
This is not a temporary popularity, obtained
by extraordinary efforts in the way of truin•
petiug the qualities of the Bitters, hut a solid
estimation of an invaluable medicine, which is
destined to be as enduring as time itself.
_Bitters have proved
a Godsend to regions where fever' and ague
and various other bilious complaints ky.vo
counted their victims by hundreds. Tattbe
able to state confidently that the "Bitters"
arc a certain cure for the Dyspepsia and liko
diseases, is to the proprietors a source of un
alloyed pleasure. It removes iillmorbid matter
from the stomach, purifies the blood, and
imparts renewed vitality to the nervous system,
giving it that tone and energy indispensable
fo9,the restoration of health. It operates upon
-die - stomach, liver, and other digestive organs,
mßtlly but powerfully, and soon restores them
to a condition oesential to the healthy discharge
of the functions of nature. •
• Elderly persons may use the Bitters daily as
per directions on the bottle, and they will find
in. it a stimulant peculiarly adapted to comfort
declining years, as it is pleasant to the palate,
invigorating to the bowels, excellent as a tonic,
and rejuvenating generally. .Wo have tne evi
dence of. thousands of aged men and women
who have erperienced the benefit of using this
preparation while suffering from stomach•de
rangements and general debility; acting under
the advice of physicians, they have abandoned
all deleterious drugs and fkirly touted the'
merits of this article. A few .words to the •
gentler sex. Them are certain periods when
their cares are so harassing that many of them
sink under the trial. The relation of mother
and. child -is so absorbingly tender, that the
mother, especially, if she be young, is apt to
forget her own health in her extreme anxiety
for her infaiit. Should the period of maternity
arrive during the summer season, the wear of
body and mind is generally aggravated. Here,
then, a needs:Oily for a stimulant to:recupe
rate the energies of the system, and enable the
mother 'to bear up under her exhausting trials
and responsibilities. Nursing mothers gene
rally prefer tile Bitters in all other invigora
tors that. receive the endorsement of physi
cians, because it is agreeable to the taste as
well as certain to give a permanent increase .
of bodily strength.
• All those persons, to whom we have particu
larly referred above, to wit; sufferers froth
fever and ague, caused by-malaria, diarrhoea,
dysentery, indigestion, loss of 'appetite, and
all diseases or derangements of the stomach;
superannuated, invalids, persons of sedentary
occupation, and nursingmothers, will consult
their own physical welfare by giving to Hos
tetter's-Celebrated Stomach Bitters a. trial
CAUTION,---We caution the public against
using any of the many imitations or counter
felts, but ask for HOSTETTER'S CELEBRATED
STOMACH BITTERS, and see that each bottle has
the words Hostetter'sStomach Bitters"
blown on the aide of the bottle, and stamped
on the metallic) cap, covering the cork, and
observe that our autograph signature is on the
label. • ' • . •
Prepared and sold by HOSTETTELft d;
OMITS, kittaburgh. Pa.. and mold by all
drugglsts,,, grocora. and dealare, generally
throughout the Milted States tPuth Az ll o-
rioa. and (lemony. "T.*.
For male byt JIOIOft,'S.IF. noveretick. Curifille; ;Min
0. Attack, J n EltembanOti, Shlppeoeburg; lieut.
milli, J. B. lonnlng AlectioUtbibuig; and DrUggists
ne r olly throughou t county. Nov. 9, 'AO.,
NAILS Alp., SPIKES .
60 Tons Halle abd Spikes, jest 'meal's/ of the
limy bed make and all Warranted. Country merphants
aupplied-with• nails at manntkdurers prises, at, the
mirthyare.Btoraor . ' -
'darn 7'60. " • MINIM SAXTON.
'Broken, Egg, Stove and Nu
J., R. NONEMAKEIVS
COAL, PLASTER AND SALT
ODI 0131-00.1)11. GOOD!!!
ust received at the cheap Grocery of the under
signed lots of good th:ngs,t part of which are the 101.
ermetically sealed PEACHES; ' Xfresh.)
TOMATOES; • " •
" - ". /TAB,
• " ASPARAGUS,
• • " OYSTERS,
" LOBOTSIIB. '
. ".. PINEAPPLE,
- ,TURTLE SOUP, " •
0 ! : SARDINES, t• •
[Pickled (larking, Chow Chow, Piccalilli, Lobsters,
OlivepisToinatoe Retsup, Walnut do., Mushroom do.
Pepper Bauce,,Lloutiny, Gritts, Cranberries, the finest
of Dried Beef, fiugar•cured hams, Shoulder. Bologna
Sausage, Soup R.r.' no, Marcaroni, Sugars, Coffees, Teas,
molasses, and it Ii of all kinds. "•
QUEENSWAIitiL FINE SEGARS, among which are
treaty-five thousand German Sixes, prime Tobacco,
a the very best nod purest LIQUORS in the county,
Con ectionary and Fruit, Ac.
Al ..f which are offered to the citizen. of Carlisle and
county of Cumberland. at the lowest pricealor
COME ONE, COME ALL, two doors East of Ithoadp`
Carlisle, Nov; 9, 1869. -
L IRE INSURANCE.-TILE ALLEN
Ati 1 01 MITA N N S i f 8 0 n u f nle p rl
M an tl d T c ti o th n
ty i:l i l i t , E co
r i p !!
rated by an act nflisaembly, Is now fully organized, en..
In operation under the management ot.tho
'Daniel Bailey, William It. Gorges, Michael C.:Atilt.
*.1.. Elchelberger; 'Christian Staymen, John C. Dun
lap, Jacob-11. Cotter, bowls Ilyer, S. Eberly, •Deups
min 11. 'Messer, J. • Brandt, Jiwaph Wickersham:
The rates ot insurance are an tow and Stumble an any
Company of the kind In the State. Persons wishing to
become members are invited to make application to the
agents of the company, who are willing to wait upon
them at any time.
. . .
WM. R. GORGAS. President.
CIIRISTIAN‘STAYMAN, Vice President . •
LEWIS RYER, Secretary.
inonAEL COCKLIN, Treasurer. •
Meuegere.—Wm. B. °organ, L. Ilyer. Christian Stay
man. M. Cook!In, J. C. Dunlap, It. Martin, ll.. Delly, .1
ll.Coover, Alec. Cathcart, J. Wickersham, J..Eirhellar
ger, S. Eberly, J. Braudt.
CUBERLAND UOUNTY.--, John She rrick; Allen.
ife Keating, Shiremanstown; Samuel Wood/if:rt.
DI inirm ; Hoary Bowman, Churchtownl Mode Grit
fit ~South Mlddloloo ; Samuel • Graham, W. Penns
boro' • Samuel Convor,'lllechanicsbnrg ; J. W. Coolis.
Shepßordstown: D. Coovor; Shepherdstown ; J. 0. Fns
ton, .Sliver• Spring; iionj. Kovoisfick. Sliver Spring
, Charles Bell, Cal lisle : John flyer, Carlisle.
YORK COUNTY:-117. S. Pickily., Dover; Peter Mot
ford, Franklin ; Jar. Griffith, Warrington ; J. F. Dee,
Mull; Washington; D. Stutter, Newburg; R. o..cllitk.
Dillsburg. - " •
DAUPHIN CO.—lloustr & Lochman, Harrisburg..
Members of the company having polfelosaboutto en
plro, can have thews "wed .by making application li
minor fhe Agents. ,
April 20. 1859. ' •
A Benevolent Inktitutlon, established by. special en
dowment for the, relief of the sink and .distressed,
afflicted with Virulent and Epidemic diseases.;
and especially for the Cure of 'lliseasee of
tho Sexual °owlhe
MEDICAL ADVICE given gratis, by the Acting Bur
geon, to all who apply by letter, with a description os
their condition, (age, occupation; habits of life, Ac.,)
nud in Cll.Oll of extreme poverty, Medicines furnished
free of charge. ,
VALUABLE REPORTS on Sperrittorrhrea, and otheo
DIPCASCII of the,Sez nal Grime, and on the NEW, ItEM.
EDI ES employed in the Dispensary. sent to the afflicted
in sealed letter envelopes, free of charge. Two or thee,
Stamps for postage will he acceptable.
• Address, DR. J. SEILLEN HOUGHTON, Acting Sur
goon, Howard - A snociatlrfn, No. 2 South Ninth Street.
Philadelphia, Pa. By eider of the Directors,
EZRA D. I[EAItTWELL, Presidsn.
OEO.. FAIRCHILD, Secretary. •
Thousands are daily epeakln¢ in praise of
. INFANTILE CORDIAL. t:
and why? beralise It novoe falls to afford Instantaneous
relief when given In limo., It arts as it by magic, and
- one trial alone will COUViD(II you that what we say Is
Erna: It,contrains _
• NO PAREGORIC OR OPIATE
of any kind, endliferefoTre relieves by removing tho
sufferings of your child, instead of by deadening its
sensibilitier. For thin reason 4 commends Itnelfes the
only reliable preparation ,now known for Children
Teething; DinrrisOes, Dysentery, Grip
ing In the ilovvelv; Acidity: of the Stomach,
Wind, Cold in tlfo head, find Cro up, also, for rottoning
the gums, reducing inffatortion, regulating the Rowels
and relieving pain, it lots no equal—being an anti spar
modic it is used With nnfallina success In all CAI 6 Of
Convulsion or other Fits., , As you value the
life and health of your children. and wish to rave them
from those end and Righting consequences which are
certain to result from the use of narcotics of whirl
other remedies for Ibtantile Complaints ere imposed.
take none bnt.DR. EATON'S INFANTILE CORDIAL.
this you can rely upon.. It is perfectly harmless and
cannot injure the most delicate infant. Price, 25 cents
Full directions accompany each bottle. Prepared only
by CHURCH & DUPONT:
'No 400 Broadway Now York.
lienlihyhumanlnood upon being
always presents us irith-the same essential elements
and gives of course the Truo Standard. Analyze th
Blond of n ',anon suffering from Consumption, Live..
Complaint, Dyspepsia, Frustum, Ac. end we find in
everyinstance certain deficiencies in the red globules
of Blood Supply these deficiencies and you are math,
well. The BLOOD FOOD is founded upon this Theory
—Loans its astonishing surrest' There aro
adapted to the doliciencles of the Blood In different
disease. For Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis, or any affec.
tion whatever of the THROAT or LUNGS I nduting COl3-
gumption ' use No.l, which is always the No. for Be.
prosaism of Spirits. Loss of Appetite, and for all Chron
ic Complaints arising from`Overmoo, General Debility,
and Ndrvous Prostration. 'No. 2, for Liver Complaints,
No. 3, for Dyspepsia. Being already prepared fcr ab•
sorption it Is taken by drops and carried immediately
into the circulation, so that what you gain ynu retain.
The No. 6 is for Female Irregularil los, Hysteria, Weak
misses, &c: See special directions liar this. For Salt
Rheum, Eruptions, Scrofulous, Kidney, and Bladder
Complaints. take No. 6. In all oases the directipu must
ho strictly followed. Price of the Blood Food $1 per
bottle. Sold by 011URCII k DUPONT,
No. 409 Broadway,'New,York.
J. W. Dyed t & Sons, Philadelphia, and G. IL Keyser
Pittsburg Whniesaisi Agents.
For Sale by 8. Elliott, Carlisle.
Universal Confidence & Patronage
'FOR STATEiMEN, JUDGES, pLERGYSIEN,
Ladles and Gentlemen, in all parts of the world testify
to the efficacy of prof. 0. d. R ood's Hair Restorative,
tad gentlemen of the Press era unanimous In its praise.
A few testimonials only can be here given: sea circular
for more, and it will be impossible for you to doubt.
40 Wall Street, New York; Dee. 20th, 1850. "
GENTLZMEN:—Your note of the 15th Inst., has been
received, saying that you had intird that 1 had been
benefited by the use of Weod'o flair Restorative, rind re
questing my certificate of the fact if I bad no objection
too give it.
1 award it to you cheerfully, because I think It due.
My age is about 50 years; the co:tor of my hair auburn,
and inclined to curl. Some five or six years since It be
gan to turn pray', and the scalp on the croon of my
head to bomb lb:Sensibility and dandruff to form upon it
Each of theist disagreaffilities increased with time, and
about four months since a fourth was added to them,
by hair falling off the top of my head and threatening
to make me bald.
In this unpleasant predicament, Twos induial to try
Wood's Hair Restorative, mainly to arrest the failing off
ormy hair, for I really had no expectation that gray hair
could ever be restored to its original color except from
dyes. I was however. greatly surprised to find atter the
use of two bottles only. that toot only-was the falling
off arrested, but the color was restored to the gray hairs
and sensibility to the scalp, and dandruff ceased to form
on my head, very-much to the gratification of my wife,
at whose solicitation I was Induced to try it,
For this, among the many ohligationa I owe to her ,
sex, I strongly recommend to all husbands who value
the admiration of their wives to profit by coy example,
' and use it if growing gray or getting bald.
Very reapectiully, BEN. A. LAVENDER.
To O. J. Wood Co., 444 Broadway, New' York.
Alylamily are absent from the oily, and I.aM no longer
tit No 11 Carinf Place. al
Biamnston Ala., July 20th 1880.
To Prof. 0. J. Wood :—Dear Sir : Your " Hair Reiter&
tine" has done my hair no much good since 1 COIIIIIIOTV
eed the use of It, that I wish to make known to the
public, alto effects ou the.hair, which are great. A man
or woman may be nearly deprived of heir. and by a re
sort to your "Bair Restorative," the hair • vrill return
more beautiful than ever; at east thin le my. expert
once. Believe At all I". Yours truly. '
WM. U. ICENEDY. •
. P.B.=-You can publish the above if you like. By
publishing in our 'Southern mere you will get more
patronage south. I see several of your certificates in
the Mobile Mercury, a strong Southern paper.
W. IL Rene*
WOOD'S lIAIR RESTORATIVE.
Professor 0. J.. Wood: Dear 80:—Ifaving had the
Misfortune to lose the beat portion of my hair, from the
affords of - the yellow fever. In New Orleans In 1851 I .
was Induced to make a trial of _your preparation, and
found it to answer as the very thing needed._ Sly hair
is now Slack end glossyl and no words can express my
obligations to you in-giving to the afflicted such a tree.
sure. • 1 . FfNLOY• 1011N8ON.
The Reateratlve Is put np In bottles of threordiesita:
large, medium, and small. the f twill' bolds 1 4 a pint,
and retalle for one dollar Pe' r tattle; Tbe'medlum bolds
tat least twenty per bent more In" proportion than , the
Amu; retalla fir two dollars per bottle: the large brads
a quart, forty per cent more in propOrtlo, Add retells
for three dollars. _ . .• , ' '•, '., ' . , :.
0.3,1900 D k CO., Prop:l4lllmi' 444 'llreadwAY; New"
York, andll4 Market Street: St..faula A Mo. , "
And bold by all, good Druggists and henry Goods Ros-:
' - , .. .
.., . ~
DAILY- Ii!REICIIIT LIN E.
FREED, WARD' & FREED,
• Sit'atmxick STREET, PRILADRI.PCIA.
J. & D.-11110ADS,
; • WAIN STREET, CARLISLE, PA,- • '
' AT airs of this Line leave the Depot, RI Market et.,
Dally, at 4 o'clock, P. M.
Leave Carl sle,Dattsr, at 7 r 010 tic , A. M.
Ilya& Intended for this Line, should be marked C. &
P. Daily Freight Line, and sent in bo,y o i ! ci i .
May 25, 186 5 . • - ' ; •
A. R. HEN WOOD would respectfully Inform tbi .
aims of Carliele and vicinity that helms taken were;
in Zug's new building, ceafaorrier of Market Square,
whore he last all times ready to take AMDROTYPES
In the latest and most approved style.: Pictures. taken'
in rainy and cloudy weather as well as clear, and eat.
infection given or no charges made. Portraits and Da
guerreotypes_ copied. Miniature , Pletures taken for
Lockets tce., , in Ambrotypo.
Ambrotypes warranted to stand the traitor time, beta
or water. .
. Ladles and clenticaten tire cordially Invite d to ca
and examine specimen..
Prices from Wirtz. te $lO. • A. 11..11ENWOOD., '
Jan. 27. 1858.—1y.' Artist.
JAMES -R, WEAVER'S
Nona[ HANOVER BTREL7, CARLISLE, PA
Having been engaged In the business for over twenty
yearn he would return thanks table customers and
, "friends, for the liberal eneouragement.ex tended to him
in years genely, and further assures them that .no
pains will be spared, to give full satisfaction to all who
may favor him with a call.'
' MAIM AND FURNITURE,
of every description constantly on hand, or made to
order. Warranted to bo of the beat quality, of the la
test style, will firilshed, and sold at the lowest possible
prices for mob.
lie alswcoatl n nes business , as an UNDERTAKER.—.
Reedy mode Comas, Metallic or otherwise. kept con•
stantly on hand and funeria prompily attended, to
personally in, town or country, on the most reasonabli
Cherry and 'Walnut Coffins, large alai
and lined !mid°, from 8 to 12 dollars.
'Walnut Coffins covered from 16 to 3
'lsfv . 25.189—.1y,
N. o.—Two properties innate In Oh
county, nro offered for solo on enoy/i
William P. Ly
Practical PLUMBER and
in the basement of the M.
. • Main Street, Carfiale.
Lend and Iron Pipes, Iron tkr,
Hydrants, Bath übs,
hot & Cold Shower Baths, Bath I oilers,
Water Closets, Wall( aslite,
Force and LIR Pumps, Ifyd unc name, &e.
Wro't Iron WeVdTubes; •
And every description of cocks and fittings for gee,
steam, water, &c. Superior cooking ranges, benters and
gas fixtures put up In churches, stores and dwellings,
et short notice, in the most modoin style. All materi
els and work In our line at low rates and warranted.
49 - - Colin trymork and Jobbing promptly attended tn.
r Mar. 23. 1850,1 y • . .
WALTER. C. WHITMAN.
FINE GROCERIES .
W• orner 17th and Arch Streets,
Importers of Cross & BlCCktralPs ''•
• ENO LISA PICKLES and SAUCES. '
Particular attention paid In selecting fine
TEAS & corrinzis
For Families, Sugars always at Refiners' prices. Choice
WINES,. LIQUORS and SEUARS, oLtbe best brands,
always on hand.
May U, 430.w1y.
NAILS! NAI-LS !! NAILS 11 1
A large stock of good, Olean, Neat, and Tough'
nails, at the lowost Prices. Our nails aro worth &Oda
a keg more, than any other make of nails - sold in "Our
town, this is the otilnion - of mechanics who hard tried
them, wo also have a fUll assortment of
BUILONO . HATERIALS, --
of the latest and most approved styles. Afrkqed s war
rented n5l represented. JOHN P. LYNN & Borg. -
May 2, !64L— Nol-th Hanover St.
goo TRACE CLJAINS . OF 'ALL
kinds with a Ikrgo askortmont of
1111TT CHAINS, 'HAVING CHAINS,
BREAST CHAINS, . FIFTH CHAINS,
LW CHAINS, TONGUE CHAINS,
COW CHAINS, . .. :PltfiAD &e., &a.,
Just received at the C; , . - ardwaro Store of
March 7, 'BO. . HENRY SAXTON.
G RANVILLE STOKES' GIFT
AND NO ABATEMENT,
No. 807 Chestnut Street.
Granville Stokes would return thanks to the public
for their appreciation of his efforts to pleaee, and their
In redei to keep up Me kindly feeling, he has ylel•
ded to the solicitatloon of many of his friends and In•
augurated a now system, of Gifts with each Garment
Sold. To hie choice selection of Ono Fabrics, and made.
up Clothing-he invites the scrutiny of the public, as
well as to !throw mMle of doing business. Each ar
ticle is warranted tn be in Fabric, Style and Make,
equal to any gotten up In the City, and ONE PRICE,
(lower than the lowest,) marked on the ticket.
Each article sold, or measured for, is accompanied by
a Gitt, varying in value from $1 to $lOO,
N. 11—None hut the most skilful Designers, Cutting
and Workmen employed; and satisfaction in Fit, Fenb•
lon, Fabric, Price and Gift., guaranieed at (IRAN VILLE
STOKES' one price gift clothing emporium, No. 007
Chestnut Street. May 20, '60.-Cm.
OVERSTRUNG GRAND ACTION
Celebrated for superior quality of tone and elegance
and beauty of finish. These Pianos have always-taken
the FIRST PREMIUM when placed In competition with
other maker,. CUALLING It ALL COMPETITION. A splendid
assortment of LOUIS XIV and plainer styles always on
hand. Also Seeond•hand Pianos and PRINCE'S IM
PROVED MELODEONS from $45 to $B5O.
- gip , Every Instrument Warranted.
CEO. L. WALKER'S
Piano and Melodeon Depot.
8. E. Ca. 7th & Arch Sta. Phila.
July 27,1860.-5 mos , ry
• jaoo TONS IRON AND ROLLED
IRON of the very best ENGLISH BRANDS warran
t. In every way Superior to American make. Jost re.
,calved with a large assortment of
Sheet Iron, Anvils,
Hoop Iron, Vic es.
Ulna Iron, - Filer,
. Horse Shoo Iron, Reaps,
Spring Stool,. Bolts,
Cast Steel, Rivet'',
Blister I teal, ' Nuts.
Washers. Horse Shoes,
Screw Prates, .. v Nalls.
Blacksmith 'Bellows .to., de. '
peeper than the cheapest, at the Hardware Stare of
March 7, '6O. . HENRY SAXTON.
N. B All Iron sold at city prices with freight added
an dwarranted. . , ,
PAINTS AND: OILS.-
10 Tone Wtilte Lead. 1000 Gallons of 011. Juel
received with a large assortment of .
Varnishes. Fire Proof Paint, - .
Turpentine, Florence White, '
Japan, - White Zinc, • .
Putty, Colored Z'ne,
Littler-go, Bed Lead,
• Whiting, • Boiled 011, . •
Glue, Lard Olt,
Shellac, Sperm 011, - V .
Paint Brushes, Fish Oil, ac.,
Colors of every description dry, and 011 in 'cans and
tubes at the Hardware Store of
March 7, '6O. , LIKNRY SAXTON,
NOTICE AND READ THIS.-
F. 0. KREMER,
Te:... - . , At the new Store on East Main Ft.
tot near Henry Saston's Hardware Store,
41, would call the attention of persons In
~. want ofa tine Watch to his splendid
stock of C
American Liverpool and Lou
.onl , Al HES. I have a fi ne st ock of Gold Watches,
at all prices, from twenty,dellars up to three hundred
dollars. I also have a large stock of Silver Hunting
Cased and Open Cased Watches, from three dollars up
to eighty. I also have a new stock of French and Ameri
can JEW ELRY, In setts, such as Cameo, Gold Stone,
Lava, klonle, Mourning and . Plalu Bette, &c. I also
have a new stock of Medallions, from one . dollar up to
fourteen;' Ladles' and tiontlemen'a Breast Plics of all
patterns and prices: Gold Chains; a large stock of Vest
Fob atilt CurbOhains; a very large stock of flngereings
of all kilt and patterns, ouch as Seal Ring., Wedding
Rings, an ',Settings; a fine dock of Cuff Pins, Gold
Studs. Sleeve Buttons for Ladiesand Gentlemen,Oroses
Bracelets, Geld. Watch Keys, Seals k Gold and Silver
Thimbles, Gold and Sliver Elpectaelikyp large steak of
Silver Tea iind Table Spoons at all mikes, and a tom.
pleb, stock of Double Plated Tea and TAU Spoons, ph.
ted Forks, Silver and Plated Better Knives and a fine
stock of tioUble plated Casters,
Sugar Spoona, Skiver
Fruit' Knives, and a large stock ofCommou ISpectielei,
to snit all ages, to which I invite partlcillav_attention;
' Port'Aionnales of all kinds, 811.
ver Keys and Chains; a large . - ~
stock of Aecordeons, Violins / , / # ll 1 2 s ,
and Musk Boxes, (lame Dna
, 9 A. 31 •
small.) and a great ,variety of. , •
articles usually kept in a-Jew. — i ,
„,. , ...,__
..ry ,tore, I b.,..... n band r t,,..f ! 0 . ..:
a larwa and well selected stock **ILit:AA I .
of OI,OCKS, of all patterns and " I t
faehiona, from one dollar up, ta• 445 s;rir. lA'
fifty, which I will sellat a small s. 7 7,autuelsammas , ~
profit anitwarrant Shorn for opo r t,7
ye.sre'to be good timekeepers.' Every
„thing Geld by
me shall be what it Is represented. , ,
Clocks, Watches, and Jewelry. carefully repaired and
warranted. • Carlisle July 0, 1800,1y1 •
r r RUN KS 1 TRUNKS 11,
' Ladle,' Bole. Leatber 'French fityle, and Bross
Sr Mae and Bonnet &mei, Traveling Bags, km . Gentle'
solid Leather and sole ;Leather Brass BandTironts Vam
Uses, New Traveling Bags, tap s large assortMent ,and
vety low O . leos at , , ', ' LIVINOSTON'S';:
',-; •':'' Barth Itanoter BOWS: :.'
Dn. DARIUS RAMS
Aromatic Invigorating Spirit.
This Mediclre has been used by the public for
yearn, with increasing favor. • It in recommended to
cure Dyspepsia, Nervousness. Ilcnrt iturn Colic,
Paine, Wind in the Stomach, or Pains in the
Dowels,, Headache. Drowsiness, Kidney Com.
plaints Low Spirits, Delirium Tremolos,
olt Stimmilates, Exhilirates, Invigorates, will no
Intoxicate or Stupefy.
As a lifedicine, it in quick and 'effectual, during the
most aggravated saes of Dyspepsia, !Sidney Complaints
and all other derangeinents of the Stomach and Bow
els, In a speedy manner.
It will instantly revive the most drooping and mel
anchully spirits, and restore the weak, nervous and
.sickly, to health. strenrh and vigor,
Persons who . , from :The Injudicloun
have become dejected, and their nervous chat
tored..constitutions broken down, and subject to that
horrible curve to humanity, the Drumm Tamen, wit
should immediately feel the happy and healthy Invisio
orating efficacy of Dr. Ham's Invigorating Spirit.
DOsg--One wine glass full as often as necessary.
One dose will remove all Bad Spirits.
One dose Witten:re, Heart burn.
Three doses w,lll cure Indigestion.
One dose will give yon a Oottl Appetite. •
One dosnytilLsAop the distressing pains of Byspepsla.
Ono dose wilfivintove the dletrosslngand disagreeable
effects of Wind or Flatulence, and as soon as the stem
nob receives the Invigorating Spirit, .4110 dietreeetng
load and all painful feelings will bo re6ovett:
One dose will remove the most distressing pains of
Colic, either In the stomach or bowels.
Alen' doses will manta all obstrUctions in'tbe Kid.
nay, Bladder or Urinary Orgens.
Persons who are seriously afficted with any 'Kidney
'Compinlnts are assured speedy relief bya dose or two
and a radtl cure by the Lae of one or two bottles.
Persons alto, from dlsshinting too much over might,
and feel the evil effects of poisonous liquors, in violent
headaches, sickness at Stomach, weakness, giddiness,
&e., will find one dose will remove all bad feelings,
Ladles of weak and sickly constitutions, Should to
the Invigorating Spirit three times a day; it will mat
them strong, healthy and happy, remove all obstrue•
Lions and Irregularities front the menstrual organh and
restore the bloom of health and twenty to the careworn
During pregnacy It will be found an Invaluable modi,
dne to remote disagreeable sonnations at the stonnich,
. All the proprietor nets is a trial, and to Induce this
to ban put up the INVIMATINU SYIRIT In pint *Mies
it 80 eta., routs $l. •
1811.. Foil sale in Carl inie by 8e W:llnserntlek:
betniestiorg by ,L Kauffnian,.and by Drugglnts gene,-
Fob. 1,1860.—1 y.
1860. S PRING F AS T
HEELERS' OLD STAND.
komplett) itock ornate and Caps
now ready for Inspection.
• FUR • •
FELT & W.OL..
In every style and qUallty. tall particular tten-
Hon to our -$3 SILK HATS. Silk and soft Hata, o
any style manufactured to order. Caps of all kinds
RECOLLECT KELLEIt'S OLD STAND.
North Hanover Street., .
terms. Apply as
.1. R. W '
Ceirllalo March 14, 1860.
1 000 BOXES OF GLASS.-
1 01 elfelzee, Double end Dingle thick. I'lu(n, Ornu.
mental Cult red ke. JO3l received et the Cheap. ❑nrd
ware Stem of
.00 GRIND STONES.--
Of ill sizes, warranted of the beat quality. Jos t
eceived at the hardware there of
March 7, 'ON-, HENRY SAXTON.
IDOWDER.- • - .
L 25 Kegs Dupont. Rock and Rifle powder, with a
largo assortment of '
Safety Fuse, Stone Drills,
Picks, , , %one Sledge#, .
Crow Dais, ' • Stone Hammers.
Just received at the cheap Hard Ware Store of •
_March, 7. — '00. • - • •—• HENRY SAXTON.
DE FOREST; - ARMSTRONG& CO.,
DRY GOODS MERCHANTS,
80 4. 82 Chambers . M., ly". Y.
Would notify the Trade that they are opening Weekly
___ln new and beautiful patterns, the .
IPANSUJt A PRINT&
A isew Prlnt,:whlch excels every Print In the Country
or perfection-of execution and design in full Madder
Colors. Our Prints are cheaper than any In =tricot,
end meeting with extensive sale:
Orders promptly attended to,
TAR AND WOOD NAPTDARROTORAIL
Is the beet reedicine In the world for tho cure of
Coughs and Colds, Croup, Bronchitis, Asthma, Difficulty
in breathing, Palpitation of the Heart, Diptheria, and
for tho;rellef of patients In the advanced stages of . •
" 1 1 ONOUNPTION.
together with all diseases of the Throat and Chest, and
which pre-dlBposo to eoneumpiloCi
It I peculiarly adapted loth° radical career Asthma.
Being prepared by a practical Physician and Druggist
and one of great experience in. the cure of the various
diseases to which the human frame 4. liable.
It is offered to the afflicted with the 'greatest confi
voL.Try it and be convinced that It Is invaluable In
the cure or Brunch Seal affections. Price 50 cent: per
ESENWEIN'S AROMATIC BALSAM, a 'very valuable
remedy for Diarrhoea, Dysente•y, Cholera Morbus and
all lieFel afflictions. Try it—Price 25 cents per bottle.
tyvit. The above medicines are prepared only by Dr. A.
EShN WEIN k CO, Druggists and Chrehists N. W. Cor.
of Ninth A Poplar Streets, Philadelphia. Sold by every
respectable Dr uggial. aptl Dealer of Medicine throughout
the State. . •
• • Juna22,1800.-ly
POND'S EXTRACT OF HA HAMELN,
Celt PAIN DpESTROYER.
dome re one of tit few dome He remedies which have come
into general use and f vor, without pulling. It is the
product of a simple eh b , barmiest, lo all cases, and as
a domestic remedy un uallod. For Borne, Cute, Brut
e., Soreness. Lamenees Sprains, Rheumatism. Boils,
Ulcers. Old Sores and, W weds, it has not an equal. It
Is also used with great au Car& for Toothache. Ifeedachti
Neuralgia, Sore Thrrat, Colic, Dlarrluca, Hoarseness,
and other similar troublesome and painful affections,
while it promptly arrests all Hemorrhages. Hundreds
ofphysiclans use it daily in their practice, and give It
their unqualified recommendation. Sold by our agents
and dealers, and by _ i
F. IIU3iPIIREYB k CO., 362 fboadway,
Sole Proprietors And Alsoulartnrers.
POCKET BOOK AND SATCHEL
N0:47 NORTH 'SIXTH STREET
below Arch, PhDs., formerly 118 North 9th 6t.
. Porte Monnales, Ciger Cases, Pocket Rooky
Port Folios, Weis, Satchels,
Drawing Cases, Money'Delts, Work Boxes,
Bankers Carry Purses; Etules, As.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
Aug. 31, 1880.-ly.
, B. S. JANNEY, JR. J. K. B. A. cont.
BENJ. S. JANNEY, JR. Jr, CO.
WHOLESALE GROCERS, •
PRODUCE COMMISSION • MERCHANT%
No. aim Market Street, •
. 13 A NIC. NOT d E
The partnership heretofore existing uudor the
name and style of KKR, BRENNEMAN,* Coy expired.
by limitation on the 18th that.
MI balances due depositors will be transferred to and
Interest Certificates now out, will be paid at maturi•
ty, or new ones Issued by the new firm of REM, DUN.
LAP, A Co., whose Bankingqird will be seen below.
-KM, BRENNEMAN d CO, •
Carlisle, Aug. 14, 1800. • .
CUMBERLAND VALLEY BANK
. Itio „„„ Joan B. Briduarr ;
Joan 0. Duster,. ; Jots DONLipi
Tile Bank; is now prepared to do a general king
and Dichange bestow, under the name and sty le of
mut, DUNLAP A Co., In the same place lately occu
pied by Her, Brenneman A Co.
idoneyreoeived'on deposit and paid back on danapd
'without notice. Certificate', of deposit bearing interest
'at the rate of five per cent. will be issued for as short
• period as four months. Interest en All certificate'.
'will cease at maturity, provided, however, that If said .
certificates are renewed at any time thereafter for an.
other given period, they shall bear the same rate arm
terest up to the time of renewal. Tirenty 'days notice
must be, given cyan Intention to witbdinw interim! do;
They call the attention of Feigners, Meelutnlca and
all raters who desire a safe depository tbr their looney,
to the undenlabbi Oct, that theproPrietore of this Bank
ale not only Made to the amount of their stack in the
bank, but are lIIDIVIDVALLT ifpbiii to the extent of their
estates Mr all the Depoeitheind other obligations of
Her,*Dunlap at Co. ,
Particular attention eirentothn collection of 'Vendee
Notes, poreign . Bllls, Dralls, Cheeks, /to, In any, part of
the United - States and Canada,.
Remittances made to any part of the, United Stotts,
England, and Ireland: - • • •
They -trill atrall timeibeplesiedia , glve any Informa
tion desired rogiyd, to , inOtioi 'nation' In general.
,The faithful, and cotindeetlel execution of all orders,
'entrusted ti;them'iliej be rolled 'span: • , ,
'Open Air business from 9 o'clock In tlie morning until.
4 o'clock In theerenhog.
' ' ' STUE99IION, &Shier.
~ -7 4 ;ter1hde,`Aug.14.18 40,. ., , • . '•
• - • .* ,
q 5. Qt 8 . E.WING'.. 'MA.Olitt.l.' ES.—.'
it • wri.nted to' sew any , * l nd Of goods from
Plenum gin:dub:lr* turb,olleatberrn. .the best man.
nor, or the money refunded. . .. .
' . cell et Arre.,.R. A.,. Reynolds Daguierean Roomier'
for a elterder to. - \ . - ..M% M, MASON.
WIIAT IT WILL DO