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The — above - are sample specimens of Peaches which were grown in a season of extreme
drought, on soil which could not have produced more than f o ur or five bushels of wheat per acre without
enrichinr , it, and were grown on soil in which the worm insect has proven itself very injuriiiiis to the tree and
fruit. and where the yellows also is subjected to enfeeble trees, inasmuch so as to cause trees to produce inferior,
worthless and imperfect grown fruit, when not properly treated, and not true remedies arc complied with.- But
with treatments favorable for their invigoration and the duration of peach trees, and for rendering them capable
of producing their fruits `into full perfection. The trees can be restored healthy and vigorous for scores of
years, through favorable treatment.
But the true remedies which only can guarantee certain success in the cultivation of
the above luscious fruit, are really-not known and made use of or practised by the hundreds or thousands who aro
taking an interest in the cultivation of' the above luscious fruit. The remedies which should be made use of aro
very easy to comply with, which will accomplish, and to prove very certain in effecting very good and lasting
results, inasmuch so as to have proven to restore trees with rank foliage, which had already been affected with the
yellows, to health, and to produce fruits which were grown in full perfection.
But in order that the whole points and mysteries can become presented in such a
manner as to have full explanations to the whole and all the points, an Illustrated Map is introduced and offered fur
sale at a very reasonable figure. And single peach trce3 will, when under favorable treatment, produce fruit per
annum which will be worth more than double the cost of a map.
Single Peach trees, when under improved and favorable treatment, at a proper age, will
produce fruit to the value of ,from's4 to $6 and $8 per tree per annum ; and an acre of such trees will bring in
about as much profit as eight or ten acres of wheat can produce, with but comparatively little attention or labor.
There is scarcely one case of_.au. orchardist-out of , hundreds-of thousands-who has ever
realizeddthe real value of an orchard five or ten acres in extent, because they have never given their orchard a good
chance or a full trial. But there are numbers of orchards that we have an account of, which are under favorable
treatment, of from five to ten acres in extent, which have yielded as much and really more clear profit per annum
than a plantation of two or three hundred acres of land, under the highest state of cultivation.
But, then again, there are hundreds of thousands of orchards which scarcely prove to
produce sufficient in value to justify the owners for sparing the grounds which they occupy. And why is this so ?
This is entirely owing to the fact, that such orchards have not the treatment rendered which they require for pro
ducing heavy incomes. And why are the masses of orchardists not more interested in rendering such treatment
which is needed to enable their orchards to produce heavy incomes ? This is owing to the fact. that orchardists
have not the required information and instructions on those important points, and have never tried any experiments
in order to make improvements, and thus have not, as yet, met with any great results and success to encourage
them for giving their orchards a fair trial and chance.
What man is there who would not be encouraged if he could gain a profit of $3OO or
$4OO per annum from an acre of land ? Surely, all would be much encouraged if they could do so. That can, in
a reasonable manner be clone, with much convenience, if the proper means are made use of, and if a.fair trial is
given. The above amount can be made from one acre of land, in an orchard with good and improved treatment,
and with a real good chance, and we can give good reason why.
Single apple trees, under good and favorable treatment, have proven to produce from
twenty-five to forty bushels of apples, which have been sold at from 75 cents to $125 per bushel, which would rate
the amuout of income per tree at about $2.5 per acre. Then just thirty trees per acre would insure an income of a
fancy sum of $750. But with unfavorable treatment, such results cannot become produced, neither such heavy in
comes be expected.
But a MAP is now introduced hi which information can be obtained to rear up trees,
which will, in due time, produce much greater incomes than the above alluded to. And if the modes, which are
pointed out in the map are closely complied with, Will add to render the most beneficial and improved treatment
which can become rendered to orchards in all time to come.
Then it can with full assurance be guaranteed that :single apple trees can become
formed in duo season, which will produce from forty to sixty and seventy-five bushels of apples in a season. And
should any one doubt this, then they need only spare a few dollars to •procure a map, and you will only need to try
the improved treatment closely as directed, to the use of one tree, and in a few years you will realize the difference
between making an imprOV'ement or none.
In a map it will become ascertained that there is a very beneficial impfovement pointed
out for preparing the soil with much convenience before planting trees in, which will insure a certain guarantee to
render fruit trees very productive in low, wet and unfavorable soils, and is unfavorable seasons, and it will be found
that the mode for preparing is done with much care and convenience.
In the last place, the map contains the most improved information on the keeping and
preserving of all kinds of fruits, that can be introduced, to guarantee certain success, and especially for keeping
apples. R points out how to put them away' to insure them to keep with much success the whole year round, and
especially such as Rambo and other early winter apples ; it insures their successful keeping, until next harvest, or
until there are apples again:, The information or instruction which is contained in a map, for keeping apples with
success, will be worth from' five to ten and twenty times as much per annum as a map will tost to hundreds
and thousands, in proportion to extent of orchards or fruit growing, •
Price per single copy only $2, or ten_ copies to one address will be furnished for $17.50
in advance, They will be forwarded by express to any parts ordered, on receipt of the required amount.
We require and • desire - the names' of all such, and their . _ residences, who may at any
time bo found out to copy, or steal - information from maps of other purchasers; or, in other words, such who refuse
purchasing a map, and do not have in possession a copy themselves, but intend to copy information from maps
purchased by others, such are to become reported:to , head quarters, and expect our agents and postmasters to see •
the,pamo, as-such Copying and acts on'the part of any, would bo considered as swindling that sum out of us. As
we have put the price .of .the map at such a very'low figure, in order that it will prove in the reach of _,eyery_family_
to procurea 6 9.Pyi" ---- TllO prica_orthumap ought-to he -about- ten dollars r and then-the purchaser - could - yet double --
ids money ten or twenty times per annum out of it, if he makes full use of its information. But we expect every
honest 7 thinking. man will procure
,a 'copy for him Self, and of course do not think of copying from
others have purchased andpaid Tor, • •
All postmasters are appointed agents to 'receive subscriptions and money for the same,
and sending it.on to us. If heavy Batas are ,to be remitted, it would be best to reinit,eheek . or draft on bank.
rOSiMASTERS PLEASE SEND ON, TO UR ADDRESS FOR HANDBILLS ' AND OiROULARS OF INDUCEMENTS:
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lUatajes anb 3ewerrg.
WATC EIES, JEWELRY, ' AND
SILVER-WAILLAT CONLYN'S old established).
Stand, West Main St.,- nearly opposite the Cumberland
.1 have just received a new assortment of watches,
ewelry, medallions, silverware, &c., in addition to my
Ormer stock to which I invite the attention of the
public, The assortment embraces fine gold and silver
lever watches, llunting and open card do., gold An
chors for Ladles and Gentlemen and Silver Lepin'es
and Quartior watches of every variety in style and
Also fine gold Medallions. Breast-pins for Ladles and
Gentlemen of every quality, pattern and price. Gold
fob, vest,.curb and neck chains. Gold bracelets, finger
rings, cuff-pins, studs, sleeve-buttons, crosses, larms,
&c., Gold and silver thimbles, silver and plated
buttes knives, forks, table, tea, Raft and mustard spoons
of every variety. A large assortment of gold, silver
and common spectacles, to suit all
ages to which we invite special atten•
A fine lot of GOLD PENS from the best makers,
spectacle cases, fancy boxes, silver and pearl card cases,
gold and common bracelets, welch chains,
Mantle Clocks and a variety of articles
ally kept in Jewelry establishments, which i g,4l.:
I will sell low for cash. All articles war- •itir
ranted toJm what they are represented.
' Petticoat attention paid as usual to IMO.
WATCLI REPAIRING and all work war-
Doe. 23. 1857.1
NEW GOODS ! NEW GOODS !
AT OGILI3Y S CHEAP CASH STORE
JUST received a large assortment of
elegant new style
.Fill and 'Winter Goads,
to which the attention of the public in general Is re
speetlulty Invited. In the
- .GENTS' 'DEPARTMENT,
Cloths, Casshneres, Vestitips, Shirts, Shirt Collars,
Neck Tics, Cravats, Suspenders, Gauntlets, Gloves,
LADIES' DE, 1. ) RT MEN T.
Silks, Poplins. French Merinos, De Lain& Figured and
Barred Rapp's, Coil De Clieviers, Figured and flair]
Velour, Cashmeres, Paramet (lit - whams, er Hi Cor
sets, lialmorals, Hoods, suntags, Skating Coals, No
bias. Vests. Ac., Ac A full assortment isf GOODS for
Childress' wear, of all kinds. Tlskings. Checks, Mus
lim., Drillings, Flannels, III:GO:els, Casslnets. Jeans,
Cords to., to.. best quality and cheap as the cheapest.
Hosiery and Gloves of :in velri.opomis and prices.
. SHAWLS AND SCARFS.
Ak 'Argo assortment of Shan Is and Scarfs of all des
cript ions, and cheap. Travelling Trunks, well made,
and Larpet 'tags.
AS it i. 111,1 - ;;;,sible to enumerate nil the articles, I
would iespert it, Ile all pet S , MS in wait hand•
Soule and cheap 1;i It ;all :tutl
berlll . l3 purrhasilig else,, here. it - if - JZ ,,, 1) ,, t the plat V.,
1 Vest Main. Street. 1100113 . orpm,ll,, th e dep,a.
N. (1 , 4115. I . l,iinereq 1111.1 Ve,(:,,s. w in h r
made op to to",ittr, it tlosirell 1 in the lu• , t 111111111 Pf
warranted to lit In r.tt tt,itto ittittwd tabor and the Lest
work - luau in It, ;ttattt. t' 11,
11 , 7,Ct)N D Sl'itlNt;- Alt 11.1 V AL.-
LARGE SCPI'I,I ES Tim IIEA D AND FEET .
At the store orioli ti lin iuu, on lho N. tE rsorn er
tho public squat,. is the ph:ce to purchase Routs ..`....t10es
11:tts Al Laps. at price:, that deft cmnpetit
Ile has,lo.l retnrited Irmo the East ‘cith the forge=t
and most complete nos, t nom t :shoes, Ilats
CAps th.lt he lots over I,i e. ell tett to this coMintinity,
and n hinh he is determined to sell at the Iftwe,t pn, si
prices. Ili/. 't is ern hroces everything
of business, Fttt h as
MEN'S FINE CALF BOOTS,
Kip 1i04a,„ Calf anti Patent L, nthrr iFf'd Cll7
and Patent Lrathrr (liiitor,, Call \ unifiers, Call and
hip Brogans, r,llpperi.,
Fine Fennell nn.J English lai,t tors.
Call'anJ Kid Kid ipperN
111brucco, and Ix id 1;11, , I. I In,. A,.. A
AND 4'1111,10:1.V,' , N 1 L. 11( of all det....110.1(tt,
einbruciltil!' I,,ting (;:111.•,.
Button 11.4, t•ti titucy
Nhot, ul Sari ,, us -ii! 1
II AT, tr. Vtir and NVOOI Iltatt
of all to:kinks titt,l ttl.r• ti Luient
Linnt ,, And 5h.,e.,.1.1.1e t, i•r•let ,it ,meat nc•th.•
Heimiring nt of his t
pluasu all t• 110 , ,, ..t • u•t.•,,,, rt•l•et tlull) Invite
the ..1%%t• hint a ,ell
vary_ Itouletnh., the ',Lace, N. E. e,,ruer of tile Publl
May so, 'fa)
E CU.k IA N LI • N HER YA HD.
The /.11 , ,1 , hose thl, day ell cored Into part
ncrshlp to hale in
siOA la AND LUMBER,
wo will have ~ipdaritt on hand and furnish to order
all kincir s and qu,tuty of seasooed
. . _
Paling, Plastering Lath, Shingling bath, woe ked I lour
ing and %% l
eatherboarding, and Ruik, and et cry ar
ticle that I.ohdir,s to a LUMBER Y A RD.
All kinds of Shingles, to wit : Whitepine, Ilernlock,
and Oak, of different qualities. Having Cars of our
own we can furnish hills to order of any length and
size at the shortest notice and on the most reasunn Ulu
terms. Our worked boards will be kept under cover NO
that they an be furnished dry at all tiines.
We have constantly on hand all kinds of Family Coal
under roger. which we will deli , . or clean. to any part of
the borough. To wit
I 01111111 Y
which we pledge ourselrea to sell at the lowest prices
Bost quality of
Linzeburner's and Blacksmitli'm Coal,
always on hand which we 0111 sell at the loweo. figure
Yard want tilde ul drain tour Schnul, Main 0! reef..
ARM6TRONG & IIuFFER.
J. R. NONEMAKER ,
.1 -1 0RWARDING AND COMMIS
FLOUR AND FEED.
COAL, PLAsTER AND SALT.
The subscriber having taken the Ware 'Muse ears
and thstures of Win. IL urray's well knr.ii u establish
ment, on West 111411 street. opposite Dickinson College,
would inform the public that he has entered Into
general Forwarding and Commission business.
The highest market price will be paid for Flour, G rain
anti produce of all kinds.
They are also prepared to freight produce and stock
to Philadelphia and Baltimore, at the loweet t rates, with
safety and despatch.
PLASTER AND SALT' kept constantly on hand, and
FLOUR AND FEED at wholesale or raall.
Coat of all kinds, embracing,
SUNBURY WHITE ASH,
Limeburner's and Blacksmith's
CONNTANTLY FOR BALC.
KEPT UNDER COVER
and delivered dry to any part of the town.
J. R. NONEMAKER
Carlisle, August 17, 1869.
Interesting To Farmers.
JOHN P.- LY,NE & SON, have just
received a 'kr:re lot of those celebrated SCYTHES,
made expressly mr their own sales, which have always
given entire alto-1.1(110u to all who have used them.—
You that want a koen cutting and easy running Scythe,
we would say try one of their superior make We have
also a full stock of Smiths, What Stones, kc. Rakes of
Christ. Myers' and other celebrated lllako3. Grain Cra
dles of all the twit makes In the county, with a full
stock of all kinds of Tools and Implements for. Farmer's
use. All of whictyweare selling cheaprit our- store -In
North Hanover street.
Carlisle, June 6, 1862.
The Confessions and Experience of
IDUBLISHED for the betirdLan_cLas
AL...warning.aud a,caution to young wen-who-suffer
from Nervous Debility, Premature Decay, &c.; supply
hog at the same limo the-means of Self cure. Dy ono
who has cured himself after being put to great expense
through Medical imposition and quackery. By unclo
sing a post paid addressed envelope, single copies may
ha had of the author, NeI.I.IIANIEL te.A.Y.ukut. Esq.,
Bedford, 'Clogs Co., N, Y. .
March 14,1862:—1y , ' .
NOVEMBER 2ND,1.863:- -
Dar The citadels of the "llgnaLD" are reminded
that I have just brought from the city a large supply of
SULIAROURED.IIA9IS AND BEEF:
Dried Apples and Peaches f Fresh Tomatoes in cans, flesh
Mushrooms,: the very best Pickles, different kinds. of
mixed Mustards and Bauces, Lemons and Oranges,
Prunes, Figs, Raisins, Sugars, Coffees, Teas, Molasses,
Fish, Salt, Fine Se are and Tobacco: very fine Brandies,
Old Rye Whiskey, IVines dm.; besides a general assert•
moot of T rio in our line of trade, offered at the very
lowest p ces, FOB, CASH. WM. BENTZ.
Nov. 2 , 1.808 • -
T ROM AS CON LYN
Broken, Egg, Stove nod Nut
JAMES R. WE E
- r• IN
1.,-_ ~,,-,.. , 3 ND a
' ...A.-•tiltiVrr ..
^'• CHAIR r lez
NORTE! HANOVER STREET, CARLISLE, PA
Having been engaged in the business for over twent)
years ho Would return thanks to his customers ens
friends, for the liberal encouragement extended to bin,
In years gone by, and further assures them that m
pains will be spared, to give full satisfaction to all ear,
may favor him with a call.
CHAIRS AND FURNITURE,
of every description constantly on hand, or made to
order. Warranthd to be L.f the best quality, of the la
lest style, well finished, and sold at the lowest possible
prices for cash.
lie alsoepntioues business us an UNDERTAKER.—
Ready made Collins, Metallic or otherwise, kept con•
stantly on band and funerals promptly attended to
personally In town or country, on the most reasonable
Cherry and Walnut Coffins, large size', hell finished
and lined Inside, from 8 to 12 dollars.
Walnut Collins covered from 15 to 30 dollars.
JAMES H. WEAVER..
May 25, 1850-Iy.
L The complete success of the Prairie Flower Cook
Stove, warrants the subscriber in railing the attention
of all who may IVIII4 a superior stove to call and ex
amine the only stove that has given universal satistac•
WITAT IS CLAIMED OVER OTLLERS TS
let. A saving of from 30 to 60 per cent. in fuel.
2nd. A hotter and qui^k or nven from the same Ore,
5.1. A larger Oven than any other stove of the same Hi Zd,
4th. The preservation of the centre piece from sinking
sth. Thu hest Baker, Roaster, and Conk now In use,
6th. A superior arra nceinent for cleaning the limes,
;01. A perfect Gas Consumer for either word or coal.
The Prairie Flower is i.iirrae ted to give satisfaction
In every particular, and will be shown milli pleasurn to
all who inav call, whether desiring to purchase or not,
any quantity i t ref,•reu'•e in town c.r country.
A few ot ,h,, good Cook StoveS on baud, IV!hich w I be
sold very low to close t•bwk
rlpouting, Rooting, Joh work, Copper.smlthing and
Shooting work promptly attended to, In town or Coun
try. All 'errs warranted at the old stand, Hanover
street north of houther.
M A 11Y M. %10111118.
N. B. (1d et•pper. 111;1 , :r and Pewter bought, and the
highest price pAid goude.
lir O\V It D ASCU ('IATION:
,1 1 L A 1) Pi I, it II I 1
A 110110r1 tent eSt3hliSiled by special en
down,,a t f c- Ilie 1,114 , 1 of the distressed,
afflicted with Air Went and Epideinie diseases.
and to•pecially f , r the Crli,.lJine:cse s of
the S.' enl I Irga 11P
MEDIC:II, .1 1)1 given trriit is. by the Acting Sur.
toail , hu apply t v letter, with n
their toff; ( - Ftzt , , -- Oifrlfplalrm7l) - 10 , 11 - .4 -- fTritr,r,
c,i.t: of ext rem, poverty, Nlvtliviiiits furnished
tree of the rge.
\ A LI. .1 11 I . .l , iiTS on iipernitorrien. and other
the I \1 \V
in the ....tit frith° lutliiried
In i•i•ale.t lettel eni. tlee,t eharge. Two or three
i , tat top , h•r ;weer:Bl.le
hit. N 111 1 1• i Actilig• Stir
germ. lie, ard A N. 2 : 4 ,11 h Ninth Street,
Philadelphia, Pa. Po order ,•1 the hireeti,s,
EZRA 1). 11EARTWEI,1., Presid&nt
GEO. PA INCIIII.II, Seevetary.
Mar , It -Iv
NTEW S'FORE, AND NEW GOODS
eArs AND sTitAW (iio l / 8 ,
AVAT Ai 9 C A fir .
The subs,riLer ha:: recently ripened it New Sten
al the ..1,1 .44,1 g.t .1. D. Ilitlhert In Ni., 1 1.1 1 Han over st .
ei.inc.ite 111011 u 1i.1e3 Deposit
11 at i 02, ref., Trim Now Voris and Philadolphl4.
tine:l:l'i •ele, tod aqsortwont gnnds In this linen,
lillSilll . -:, AU. is :IS and CAl':73, tr ,, nl the common
Wool jsf this Is„,, Fur,
SILK AND C.I.SSIIERE HATS,
I'allan , l Winte st 1, of :••ilk Hats for •Ladles
Furs. sueli as St."l,e MAI till. Mink.936le. Fitch. !sila•ri
ail Squill el 111., h. lir .AV ;I and Blue Cooney, l!rielt. Mar
tin. Foy ••r do. • l'hildretw, Furs, Beaver flats for
hit's and Itos, Fur Caps, Gloves and Collars fir Gen
B IA) ROBES,
and prim,. t, -nth t thin, s. Also, Carpet, Bags
n cru s TO SUIT ES-
A flan, .iiisi,, 'Trunks, Hand 'Trunks,
in's", uncut of
Segm's and Tobacco. ""(Ga
_ WO uldor the ti.,Cranaoe already re.ail tied he would
in~itc all his and the putilic general!) fn give
him ifi all JACOB lIOAS, Agt
Carlisle, April In,, I Off.
8c ) .) I Alt [-)
by he A San have just completed opening
their cpri rig Hardware, Paints, Oils. varnishes,
.tc.. to which they in, ite the early at tten thin of
the pu Llir . NA e have zrently enlarged our stuck in all
its various bran ches,it nd can how accommodate the pub
li ELI A I; L E 0 (10DS.
In large Or 010,111 401.1 nI it 100, at thl. toNvvot But
we do not wish the public to limit...hind that wo have
brought :.II the t nods in Philadelphia and New York to
our town . butt.t
eau assure them that one look into
our stunt trill C,IlVrIll, I Irvin that we hay a elloUgh to
.apply the 111•111:111,1 in this market. Persons wanting
goods in ou r h., o 111 El/id tt to their advantage to give
us a call before inakilvg their purchaOs.—All orders
personally and pumdually attended to, and no takes
presentations made to effect sales
JOHN P. LYNTI'a SON,
May '2, 'OO. North Hanover St. Carlisle
1 1 HE INS UIiANCE.- THE ALLEN
AND EAST PENNSIIOHO NI CITA FIREIN
811 - RANCE COMPANY of Cumberland county, Incorpo.
rated by an act ttl Assembly. In the year 1%43, mid hav
ing ret o ol ly . Mid its cuarter extended to the year 1883,
is now In :if VP :nl.l c 1,70, ous opetation, under the eu
Perin tebden ye of the tot low lint Dowd of Managers, viz:
illiam It. Oorgas, Christian Slay man. 31. Conklin,
D. Bally, Alex. Cathcart, J 11. Comver,John Eichel her
ger, .lostith Wickershaw. Baml. Ebony, :Moses Bricker,
Rudolph Martim.lajob CO , Vor, and .1. C. Dunlap.
The rates of insurance are as low and fay( ruble ng any
Company of the Lind In the state. Persons wishing tb
become MOM bore are Invited to make appheation to the
agents of the cunt pony, who are willing to wait upon
them at any' time.
WM. IL GOP() AS, President,
I:lolly's Mills, D. 0
STA YMAN, Vice President
.Carlisle. P. 0.
.LIIIN r DUNLAP, Sect'y., Mechanicsburg
'MICHAEL COCK 1.11, Treasurer, Shepherdstown.
CUMBERLAND COUNTY.—John Shor-ich,Allon
Henry 'Letting, Shireinaostown; Laniyettc Petfor
Dickinson; I tuu ry• Bo w loan, Church town; Mode G. It
Bth, South Middleloo ; Samuel Graham, W. Penns
born'; Samuel Coot•er, Mechanicsburg ; J.' W. Cocklin,
; , hepherdstown; D. Coover, Upper Alleu ; J. 0. Sas•
ton, :: 4 11ver t 4 priug; .1,4111 flyer, 'Carlisle; Valentine
Peennio, Now Cutobeiland.
YORK COUNTY.—W. S. Picking, Dover: Jae. G
Warrington; J. F. Doti' dorft, Washington: Richey
Marti Dllliburg; D. Butter, Fairview; Julin
DAUPHIN CO.--Jamb Houser, Harrisburg.
Members of the company having policlusabout to en.
Oro, can have them renewed by making application to
any of the Agents.
Feb. 28, 1862.
Scythes & Snaths.
TUST received the largest, best and
tJ/ cheapest assortment of
, ,••• Soothe, Bakes,
Whet Stones, Shovels,
... :Rifles, hoes,
. Water Cans, Kegs, &e., ever brought to this county. All of which I have
made"expressly to order,ln large quantities, so that
they,can be sold at very oW - Prlces and warranted as
1310 trade and cradle maker; supplied at manufle
turcr , , prices, at thO cheap llardwai o More of
I IslltY .BAXTON.
_Ear. Alaln.St.. Carlisle.- -
REMOVAL.—The 1-1 at and Cap store
heretofore 'known as " KELLERS," has been re
-moved directly oppesite the old stand, two doors 'rem
Arnold's clothing store. The business will be conduct
ed as heretofore, and 411 the goods, both home made and
city manuihcturo, warranted to give satisfaction as re
commended. A full patronage is respectfully colic' ,rd
as every effort will be made to beep the assortmer. o.
mon aud boys bats and caps complete, with prices to
suit the times.
tm. Spring stylus of silk hats now'ready.
March 15, MI
.D 11,.. Wlll. H. 000 K,
b lIQIMEOPATHIC PIiItICIAN,
AVING recently located in Carlisle,
', has token nn °Mee adjoining Merman ' s Hotel.
orp ho esn - be - cone - tilted by perions seeking nisdleal
advice; or whoa doalred, will visit them at 'Molt resi
dences, either in the town or country.
Iliziy 2, 1.80:3—ly
CUMBERLAND VALLEY AND
FRANKLIN RAIL ROAD.
On and after MONDAY, MAY 5, 1562, Passenger
Trains will run as follows: (Sundays excepted :)
FOR CHAMBERSBURG AND HARRISBURG.
I st Train. 2d Train.
7.00 A. M. 2.45 P. M.
7.57 " 8.35 "
6.30 " Arr. 4.20 "
" 151 eebaniesburg, 10.42 "
Arrive at Harrisburg, 11.16 "
FOR CHAMBERSDURG AND lIAGERSTOWN,
let Train. 2d Trani
Leave Ilarriaburg 8.06 A. Si 126 P. M
" Machanicaburg 8.47 " 2.16 "
" Shippensburg, 10.33
" Chartibg', (A rrive) 11.10
" GFeencaßt le, 11.55
Arrive at Hagerstown. 12.35 6.10
NOTICE TO PASSENGERS: At all Stations where
Tickets are sold, viz: Hagerstown, idreencastle, Chain
bersburg, Shtppensburg, Norville, Carlisle, Alechanict
burg and Harrisburg, a reduction of TEN CENTS ou
each Ticket will be made to all Passengers that provide
themselves with Tickets before entering the Cars.
0. N. LULL Super' t
Railroad Office, Chambersburgq
CARLISLE' AND HILLADELPIIIA
A.m. ; r ! - - .:em„1,...
DAILY FREIGHT LINE.
$' Curs of this Lino leave the Depot 811 Market et.
Daily, at 4 n'eleck, I'. M.
Leave Carib:lo.l4oly, at 7 o'cloek. A M.'
God,. In tended for this Line should he narked C. A;
I'. Doily Freight Line, and sent in by 4 o'clock:
May :2S. Isfm.
lIAT AND CAP EMPORIUM
The undersigned having purchased the
Atorlc. ,t e., of the Into, wm 11. Trout deed. would.
re,pectfully 1)110111) (1. to the public (bat Be will elia-
Untie tdn. lIATTINI4 BUSINESS at - the old - stand, to
\lest High trees,. and w Ith a renewed and eflielenr
effort, produce 4rtieles of !lead Dress of
Every Variety, Style and Quality,
that shill ha ntriclly lu got-Ting with the imoroveroent
ul the Art, and !tiny up to the age in which we live.
I have on baud a splendid •
3' lIATS AND CAPS,
of all descriptions, from the cowuroe Wool
to the finest I'Llt ANIO SILK HAM and a t prices
that must suit erery one who has an eye to getting the
worth Lthis money. 'the stork includes,
MOLESKIN, CASSIMERE, BEAVER & FELT "HATS,
or every style and ruler and nnsurpas,ed for LtCHT
NESS, DURABILITY - AND : by those of any
(Aber establishment in the country.
MEN'S. Wl'S' and CHILDREN'S FIATS and CAPS,
of every description constantly on hand.
Ile respectfully Invites all the old patrons and a
many now ones as possible, to give Limn call.
A pr. L':,, 1 Agn-ly
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WINTER ARRANGEMENT. .
CIREAT Trunk Line from the North
and Nort bi. Went for Philadelphia. New York , Wend
ing. Pottsville, Lebanon, Allentown, Easton, &a.
Trains leave Harrisburg for Philadelphia, New York,
Lending, Pottsville, and all intermediate stations, at 8
A. ti., and - 00 I'. M.
New York Express leaves Harrisburg at 3.15 A. M.,
an i , rag at NOW York at 10.30 the same morning.
hires from Harrisburg: To New York $5.15: to Phila
delphia i'S 35 and $2,50. Baggage checked through
Iteturninq, leave New York at 6 A. 31., 12 Noon, and
7 I'. 51.. (Pittsburg Express). Leave Philadelphia at 8
15 A. 31., ari il . 3 3, i P, 31. ,
Sleeping ...try in the New York Exp ens Trains,through
to and from Pittsburg 'all hoot change.
l'a , nengers by the Catawisina liallrond leave Port
Clinton at 5.15 A. 31 , for Philadelphia and all interme
diate Stationni and at 3.25 P. 31,, for Philadelphia, New
York and all Way Points,
Trains I eoye Pottnville at 415 A. 31.. A 230 P. 51., for
Philadelphia and Near York; and at 5 30 P. 31., for A u•
burn and Port Clinton only. cidniocting lor Pine ()rove
and o ith the Catawksa Railroad; and returning from
!leading :rt. 8 15 A. NI., for Pitreville.
A o Accommodation Passen-er Train leaves Heading
at n 3: A. NI., and returns from Philadelphia 4.30 P. M.
All the shove train - rub daily. Sundae I , excepted.
A Sunday train lea, a Pottsville at 74u A. M., and
Phitalelphia at 3 13 I'. 31.
Commutation. Mileage, Season. and 'Excursion Tick
ets, at reduced rates to and from all points
Q. A. NICOLL'S, Ueneral Sup't.
I I A It D -
Nor. 2s, 1,,C2
A. B. EWING'S
West High Street, Carlisle, Pa.
(Premium awarded at the Cumberland County
Agricultural Fair of 1857.)
The subscriber has just received the most splendid
assortniont of articles in his Ilue, over brought to thin
place—which he is determined to sell at prices that do
Pnr I o,
Embracing every article used by !louse and Hotel
keepers, of the most approved and fashionable design
and flnleh. inducting also Cottage furniture in setts._
recepticin and Camp Chairs, Mattrasses, WU frames,
pictures, Ac., de.
451- Particular attention given as usual to funerals;
orders from town and country, attended to promptly
and on moderate terms. A. 11. X
Carlisle, 111ay 12, 1868.-Iy.
LUAIBER AND COAL.
LUMBER AND COAL YARD t ,
On the Rail Road, near the Gas Works.
Tho subscriber keeps constantly on hand, a full
sorlmont of •
Lumber & Cow,
which bo onn fur
nish to order promptly
.and on the most roe.
BOARDS. FRAME STUFF,
Palings, Plastering and Shingling-Laths, Worked-Floor
- Ingi - Wentherboarding;lVeriptellt,lfhltePlifeJliFiblock
-and Ortic - Shingles; of - every elf:silty, furniih,
bills to order of any length and size, at the shortest
notice and on the most reasonable terms. Llis Worked ,
boards are kipt under cover, so that they can be fur,
,nisired dry at ell tiruthl,
lie- has constantly 'on hand all kinds of Family
Coal under cover; which will be delivered clean to any.
,part of the borough. To wit _
• . TREVERTON,
And other varieties, and all the various sizes in use,.
which he otters to the - public at the lowest prices.
LI 2113131 u 'MED'S AND D LA CN SMIT,II'S COAL always ;
on hand, at, the lowest caskprice..
Thankful for - thojttroni,ige of a generous public, be
stowed upon the late firm oflllack & Delaney, he would
solicit a continuance of the same as he will strive to.
please. All birders left at the residence of Jacob Rama
for Coal and Lumber, will be promptly attended to as
heretofore. OLIVER D.ELANTY
July 20, 1
MANGE OF HOURS!
9.32 • 4
FREED, WARD & FREED,
811 MARKET STREET, PHILADELPHIA
J. & D. RHOADS
MAIN STREET, CARLISLE, PA
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