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OMISSION.—Last week we inadver
tently omitted the name of J. B.'LEIDIt!, as
on. of tho discolors in the First National
Bank of Carlisle. We have inserted his mond
in the column of local information on our
By the way tho changes whiuli are eihrt
stantly occurring the officers and boards of
our different corporations and associations
should be promptly reported to us by the
parties interested—there aro really some
things which are not dreamt of in an Editor's
BURNING OF MOSCOIV.—Our readers
will doubtless be gratified to learn that the
favorite entertainment of the Diorama of
the Burning of Moscow, Dioptic Painting
and Ventriloquism, by the celebrated ho
moril, Mr. Gallagher, will be given three
evenings, Friday, Saturday and Monday.—
We bespeak for it, as it had here before in
Carlisle, full houses and gratified audiences.
THE GREAT SUPPER.—The supper in
Rheem's Hall, for the bem•fit of the first M.
E. Church of this place, came off on Tuesday
evening as advertised. We had tho 'lvrtor
of attending this entertainment and can ful
ly attest the fact that it was emphatically a
llnand affair. Four tables extending the en
tire length of the spacious were loaded
down with the choicest via ds; and these
ample boards were filled to their utmost Ca
pacity three several times. It is certain that
considerably more than five hundred de
lighted guests partook of this generous feast
and went away blessing the projectors, man
agers, caterers, and the good old church in
whose hehoof the enterprise was undertaken
Con. Todd made a very happy,litHe speech
and the Carlisle Brass Band furnished excel
lent music. lii our next wo will give the
pecuniary result of the supper and festival.
, SALE BlLLS.—Bills for the following
sales have been printed at this office.
Sale of E. & S. Lee on the Walnut Bottom
Road, 4 miles west of Carlisle, on Tuesday,
Feb. Gth, of Horses, Mules, Cows, Sheep,
Hogs, Plows, Wagons, Horse-gears &c.
Sale of Jacob Nickle, at Mount. Holly on
on Tuesday, Feb. 15th of Horses, Carts,
Spring Wagon, Harness, &c.
Sale of Jacob Butz, two miles east of
Carlisle, on Thursday Feb. Ist, of Horses,
Cows, Young Cattle, Sheep, Hogs, Reaper,
Plows, Wagon, &c.
Sale of Thomas Smith, in South Middle
ton twp., near Springville, on Friday, Feb.
16th, of Horses, Cows, Hogs, Wagons, Corn,
Plows, Meat, Lard, &c.
Sale of Jacob Springer, near Boiling
Springs, on Friday,Feb. Oth,of Irorses,Colts,
lows, Young Cattle, 'logs, and a variety of
Sale of John L. Saddler, near Centreville,
on March 2d, of llorse,s, Cows,Voung Cattle,
liege, and general assortment of farming
S:ile of John S. Hefflelinger near Logan 's
School House, Frankford twp., on 'Wednes
day Feb. 7th, of Houses, Cows, Young Cat
tle, Sheep, Flogs, Wagons, &e.
Of The _Rua of Managers of 171 e. Female
Beller°lent Society qf Curlislc,lan. 18136.
The Managers respectfully report to the
Subscribers and friends .of the Society that
they number fifty-one name.; on their list of
Beneficiaries, ninny of whom include fami
lies of several individuals.
The majority have been visited and assist
ed regularly every InenLh, during the year
805. Others only occasionally, as the Mana
gers deemed necessary. mane° Iu tho Treasury
Doc. 31st 064 108.72
CnDeed,. in tho North Went ward in 1565
Do. South nod
Non h hoot
Do. in Lutheran Church
Al," wood, coal and flow•, amounting to 11,60
St. John's Church :12,45
Ist Presbyterian Chnrvli 21,50
' 2nd Presbyterian Church 17,20
Int. 011 Railroad Bond 38,00
Totul receipts in money
Expondmil In tliti four nerds
Leaving a deficit in the Treasury of 12,20
The winters of 1805, mid 1800, have been
so unusually severe as to require extraordi
nary demands on the Treasury, and but for
the surplus of 1804 would have obliged the
Managers to call upon the patrons of the
Society for a special contribution. That
however, enable them to reach the usual
period for collecting, with but a small de
The Managers have supplied many fami
lies with food and fuel, who might other
wise have perished, though their funds do
not allow them to be us liberal as they wish.
There are still some vagrant beggars,
who will not, submit to the wholesome rule
of the Society, and ought therefore to be
SPECIAL NOTICE.--Save your money
you can buy the best Family coal clean and
dry from DELANCY k 45 SIMONE.
Jan. 12, 1866-Iy.
WHO WANTS QUEENswAitE.-7-Pleaso
call and see the largest variety of fine wares
offeredin Cumberland County at Wm. BLAIR
& Sox's Store South End—Carlisle.
PURE LIBERTY WHITE LEAD.—Public
Notice, is invited to this Article. Manu
factured only by Ziegler & Smith, of Pliira.
Reed their adver's in this issue.
Retailers Please call at the Wholesale
Grocery and Queensware Store of WM.
BLAIR & Sox and learn prices.
THE CONFESSIONS AND EXPE
MUNCIE OF AN INVALID.
üblished for the benefit and as a CAUTION TO
YOUNG MEN and others, who suffer from Nervous
Debility, Premature Decay of Manhood, &c., supplying
at the some time TUE MEANS or SELF-MAE. By ono
who has cured himself after under going considerable
quackery. c By enclosing a postpaid addressed enveL:
ope, single copies, free of charge, may bo had of the an,
thor. NATHANIEL MAYFAIR, Esq.,
Brooklyn, Kings Co , N. Y,
Jan. 25, 1866--ly
WY, call attention to the advertisement of Oscar G.
Moses & Co., headed "LIFE—III:ALTO—STREW/TM"
Jan. 12, 1866-Iy.
SEE advertisement of Sir James Clarke's Celebrated
MARSHALL'S Catarrh Snuff, la a sure curo for that
bothersome (Moose, Catarrh.
Jan. 12, 1866-Iy.'
BRYAN'S PDLOIONIO WAIIESS, the great Cough
Romody an sold by all Druggist. See AdTertisemont.
Jon. 12, 1806-Iy.
WHISKERS 1. WHISKERS !
Do you want Whiskers or Moustaches? Our Gre
cian Compound will force them to grow on the smooth
oat face cr chin, or hair on bald heads, in Six Weeks.
Price $l,OO. Sent by mall , anywhere,' closely sealed,
on receipt of price. .Address,
WARNER & CO., BoxllB, Drooklin. N. Y.
March 01 1006-Iy. ,
, . .. .
, - , -WA.INTEM. - . ' ...
, ... man . w ho Ya young man.wha baii hadlonsider
able 03:podium° in tholoisinoSe, ii etiolation /1 0
1,1 k r iti . a Dry
. Goode or' Gummy Dtore,- 'A good roe•
nm endatio&from Oesent employer. Address , • .`
• INDUATirg, : ' ':
Whit° pn!po f RA !
.1- „ 1 ,
"OltliA,T OAKS meg LITTLE ACORNS GROW."
rrHE worst diseases known to the hu
man race spring from causes so small as to almost
defy detection. The volumes of scientific lore that fill
the tables and shelves of the medical fraternity only
go to prove and elaborate there facts.'
Thou guard yourselves while you may. The small
est pimple - on the skin is a tell.thle and indicator of
disease. It may fade and die away from the surface of
the body, but It will reach the vitals, perhaps, at last,
and death be the result and final close. fasootra.'s
Brum, llvapsevla and DIARRHEA nuts cure where all
others fall. While for Burns, Scalds. Chilblains. Outs.
and all abrasions of the shin, 11naort0s SALVE Ia In
fallible. Bold by J. Almust., 43 Fulton street, Now
York, and all Druggists at 25 cents per box.
Jan, 19, 1866-Iy.
REQUIRES INIDIEDIATE ATTENTION AND
SHOULD DE CIIECKED. IF ALLOWED TO
Irritation of the Lungs, a Permanent
Throat Affection, or an Incurable
HAYING A DIRECT INFLUENCE TO THE PARTS,
GIVE IMMEDIATE RELIEF.
For Bronchitis, Asthma, Catarrh, Consump
tive and Throat Disease,
TROCHES ARE USPID WITH ALWAYS GOOD SUC-
SINGERS AND PUBLIC SPEAKERS
will find Troches useful in clearing the voice when ta
ken before Singing or Speaking, and relieving the
throat atter an unusual exertion of the vocal organs.
The Troches are recommended and prescribed by Phy
sicians, and have had testimonials from eminent men
throughout the country. Being an article of true
merit, and having proved their efficacy by a test of
many years, each year finds thorn in new localities in
various parts of the world, and the Troches aro uni
versally pronounced better than other articles.
OBTAIN only "BriowN's 13no3cnist. Tnocrira," rind do
not take any of the Worthless Imitations that may be
Sold everywhere in the United States, and In For
eign-I Countries, at 35 cents per box - :
Oct. 27, 1805.-6 me.
F A LL'S VEGETABLE SICILIAN
HAIR RENEWER has proved itsolf to be the
most perfect preparation for the hair ever offered to
It Is a vegetable compound, and contains no injuri
ous properties whatever.
IT WILL RESTORE O IiAY HAIR TO ITS ORIGINAL
It will keep the hair from falling out.
It cleanses the scalp and makes the hair soft, lus
trous and silken.
It is a splendid hair dressing.
No person, old or young, should fail to ❑se it.
IT IS RECOMMENDED AND USED BY THE FIItST
Ire- Ask for hall's Vegetable Sicilian Hair Renewer,
and take no other.
For Salo liy all druggists
Nov. 3, 18G5—Gm.
The Long Looked For Has Come !
INDIAN Pain Killen—For the quick
Itellef of Headache, Tobthacho, Rheumatism, Neu
ralgia, Pain in the Stomach, Back or Side, Painter's
Chollc, Cramp, Frosted Feet or Ears, Burns, Fresh Cuts
Sprains. Bruises, Diarrhea, Soro Throat, and all siml
her complaints. Toothache relieved in eight minutes.
Earache relieved in ten minutes. Burns relievedirom
smarting in fifteen minutes. Cramp or Cholic cur din
ten minutes. Sprains relieved In twenty minuktis.—
Sore Throat relieved in thirty minutes.
I have spent year,s,in selecting the herbs from the
vegetable kingdom, to find out the kinds best adapted
to suit diseases of the human family, and now I have
it complete. Every Bottle Warranted. Try it I Try
These things we prove on the spot, and before your
yes, only bring you, eases.
Dr. COLLINS has also for sale his Syrup of Roots
BARKS AND HERBS,
Indian Eye Wash and Powhattan Salvo. This Syrup
cures Coughs, Colds, Sore Throat, Croup, Bronchitis,
Asthma, and all similar complaints. Also purifies the
blood. The Salve heals Sores or Brookings Out In the
Face, thaws fire from Burns: warranted to cure Boated
or Sore Breasts. The Eye Wash cures Sore or Inflamed
Dr. Collins Valley Herb Pills,
For the cure of Sick or Nervous Headache, Female Ir
regularities, Dropsy, Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Dis
eases of the Kidneys, Fever and Ague, &c.
Dr. COLLINS can be consulted at his Office, on Dis
eases of various kinds.
These Medicines are prepared and sold by
SAMUEL COLLINS, Indian Medicine Man,
74 Market street, Harrisburg.
Also, for sale at lIAVEItSTICK'S Drug and Book
All orders should be addressed to Dr. S. Collins,
Harrisburg. These Medicines ore purely Vegetable.
June lti, 1865.
CARLISLE PRODUCE MARKET.
Carlisle, Jan uury 25, 1966.
Witur E WHEAT...
TI moTit PS EED
SPA P, 9-12
BACON II Ahl 22
I)URE LIBERTY WHITE LEAD,
will do more and hotter work at a gluon Coat,
than any other I Try it ! Manufactured only by
= MEG !AM & SMITH.
Wholesale Drug, Paint & Glass Dealers,
No. 137 North Third Street, Phllad'a.,
WANTED, AGENTS, $l5O PER
month to sell the improved Common Sense
Family Sewing Machine. This Machine will stitch,
hem, fell, tuck, cord, braid, bind, gather, guilt and em
broider beautifully. Price only $2O. Every Machine is
warranted three years. For terms address or call on C.
ROWERS k CO. Reception rooms, No. 255 S. FIETII
Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
LETTERS REMAINING UNCLAIMED in
the Post Office at Carlisle, State of.Perinsyl
ynnia, the 25th day of January, 1866.
Published lirofficial authority in the pa
per having the largest circulation.
nEA,.„To ~Obtain any of these letters, the
applicant must call for " advertised letters,"
give the date of the list and pay two cents
If not called for within 'one month, they
will be sent to the Dead Letter Office.
GEO. ZINN, P. M.
Adams Kato Kunks Mary A
Askinsh-Da niel Keene Virginia
Arnold Philip Lay Frederick
Aber, Chas (bks) Low Jeremiah
Adams, John F. (bks)Linekuhl Henry
Baker, Mary Lucas Elizabeth
Baker, John McCoby John.
Bricker Capt' Peter BMcCrean Chas
Burkholder John Sr Mitchell Michael
Bowers Michael Miner Thoo S
Conoway Rev John Minich Lt
Cross James H McDonald Sophane
Cuddy John Minic Lucinda
Coles Rosins Neidich Wm
Dowling Sargt (bks) Nenman Samuel
Dennin Cornelius Orris Sarah A
Dronaberger Isabella Paul John
Dighton Addle Platt Capt I; 0 84 P V
Dunbar Catharine Rinehart Geo. ,
Elly W W Ronny Wm A .5 -
Ebhard J 0 Richardson Annie
Faulk Lucinda " Stevenson Geo
Fought A G Straus() J
Fisher Henry (bks) .Stauton Greenberry
Fielder G A ,' Swartz Jacob.''
French Lt W W Stump John'
Finkenbinder Jonath.Shuggart Matilda
Glenwood Miss Eva Sh'eaffer Jno H
Giver Sarah Thai:neon Elonor
Gale Wesley Treaey Edward Xbks)
Givler John '' Ulrich Susan
Gaither Henry :i;Waggoner. John A
Hannorf Elilabeth Warfield W
Ilartiiian Elizabeth Walters Jacob ,
Hull John Wolf Geo
Hamilton A 'Waste Francis M
Hayman: Joseph S Walsh Capt J W
Hartman Caroline Wise Mary • •
Jacason Rose . Waggoner Hien
Jones Henry Webster Geo
James John D Williams Hotly
DR,'W114,,.H: COOK , ~ ' 1
. HOMOEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN,
Surgeon, and' '
Accouchour • .
i QFFICE — ni::,I4 iesidenoo, , in :Pitt,
t stroot, adjoining the bleilibalat Oburoli.; , , 1 •
uly 1, 1804. t : 1. , V ,-.1,,r,
A Cough, Cold, or Sort Throat,
Brown's Bronchial Troches
R. P. II A LL& CO.
Nashua, N. 11. Proprietors
y by Win. Bentz.
BACON SIPES, 18
WHITE BEANS, 1 60
PARED PEACHES, 33
UNPARED PEACHES 20
DRIED APPLES, 300
BY L: ' B. Baunba
'Hurrah II r the. skating pondM cried .13Illy Dates,
"Come, huriT• up poet and-bring Out yotrnkates." -
For the pond we both hurried, and soon we wore there,
AndongthanefolnofellovralLond ladies PO fair. •
NOW. Miro Ynning 14811 as sharp as a ,
IN/ro seemed to bo fond of theiraey
Declared thecharme of iiwifo I will bring
To the skater who does the most wonderful thing?"
I've travelled the land and have sailed the wide ocean:
I've seen many sights that Bay() caused a commotion ;
But 1 pledge you my word that about In a tries
There followed the biggest thing ever on ice.
All the mon wore In glory, the ladles were high, -
lia2ll tightened his skates while he lopsoned a sigh;
When all, at didgh from this beautiful queen; •
Did oddest and rarest things ever ITOTO seen.
Ono-chap out an angel and put on the wings,
Another cut elephants, camels and rings,
One follow wont backward and drew a:bouquet,
But a clown of repute made a greater display.
Now here was excitement for all the gay folks—
/Bust -tholassie have him who would thrive by his
So It seemed for a while; but a youth who was tall.
Did a trick that soon faded the laurels of all.
What think ,yOu he did 1 We will speedily show,
Ile carved out the name of—Perry dtr. C 0.,.
And to crown the performance—tho.groatest, by far—
Ile cut at the end a most .beautifnistar.
The people All shouted and openOd,their oyes,
The lassie declared he had borne oil the prize ;
And as a flonle - to what was so cute,
The mon went to Perry & Co. for a suit.
A large portion of our stook having boon_alightly.
damaged by water on the night of the late destruetiVP
fire ,au aro now selling off regardless of cost.
STAR CLOTHING llouen,
609 CHESNUT Sr., above 6th, PIIILAD'A.
P.EIUtY & Co.
Jan. 26, 1866-It.
3E-00' 1 3E°T-T.PE,3O,
BY REV. OTIS GIBSON,
ON CHINA AND THE CHINESE.
IN RHEEM!S HALL,
Tuesday Evening, January 31st, 1866.
Rev. Mr. Gibson is a graduate of Dickin
son College, of the Class of 1854, and has
just completed a ten years' sojourn in,China.
He proposes, in his lecture, a detailed and
interesting description of the
Facilities for Travel, Trade,
Social Customs, &c.,
Of the Chinese Empire.
Doors open at 7 o'clock. Lecture com
mences at 7i.
RHEEM'S HALL, CARLISLE,
For Three Nights Only,
Friday, Saturday, and Monday, January,
26th, 27th, & 29th, 1866.
The magnificent moving Diorama of the
BURNING OF MOSCOW!
Now and beautiful Dlortrla Paintings and amusing
scenes In Ventriloquial, by Mr. GALLAMTER, the
world renowned humorist.
A(11111SH1012 25 cents. Doors open at 7 o'clock. To
commmence at 8.
LURE LIBERTY WHITE LEAD,
preferred by all practical Painters! Try it I &
you will have no other. Manufactured only by
ZEIGLEIt & SMITH,
Wholesale Drug, Paint & Glass Dealers,
No. 137 North Third Street, PHIL& D'A.;
Jan. 22, 1563---ly.
List of Sales of Personal Property
and Real Estate.
BY N. B. MOORE D Aut.loucer.
E. & S. Lee, Personal Property,
A. Moore, Real Estate,
S. Wolf Airy. of John Wolf Real
and Personal Property,
John Ittitglilnson, "
J, L. Elliot t, • • "
Isaac Newcomer, 4 '
Daniel Hollinger, "
Jas. IL Weakley,
Herman Rosier "
J. P. lloltehoover,
Thomas tihrover, "
(leo. IC. Craighead, ••
Jos. Sollenber'er, "
Charles Shaer, "
Alfred Moore, "
Matthew Moore, "
David Martin, "
Jacob ReLsecker, "
" 20 & 21,"
March 22, 23, and 24 • "
LIST OF SALES
DY WILLIAM DRVINNEY, Auctioneer
January 25, J, M. Stoke, Silver Spring,
do 27, C. D. Nei:ll°y, Slly, r Spring.
February 13, S. A. Pagne, Waslpennsboro,'
do 14, William Ifeagy, Silver Spring.
do 16, Thomaz Smith, ffouth Middleton.
do IS, John Thomas, Mifflin.
do 20, James Dulffly, South Middleton.
do 23, J. W. Williams, Middlesex.
do 26, Joshua Myers, Monroe.
do 28, Chris. llartzler. Monroe.
March 1, Goo. Bishop, South Middleton.
do 2, T. N. Culbertson, Silver Spring.
do 3. P. A. Diller, Monroe.
do 5, Geo. Longdorf, Silver Spring.
do 6, Jacob &rock, Monroe.
do 7, Johathan Marry, Sliver Spring.
do 8, John Hauck, Sliver Fpring.
do 9, Jacob Springer, South Middleton.
do 10, John Shaffer, South Middleton.
do 12, Joseph S. Grove, York County.
do 13, James A. Williamson; Silver Spring
do 14, J. 51. Stoke, Silver Spring.
do 16, Conrad McQuade, Silver Spring.
do 20. M. C. Buitzhoovor, Monroe.
So 21, W. M. Hastings, South Middleton.
do 22, Joshua Myers, Monroe.
do 28 & 29, Martin Shriner, Carlisle.
do 80, Peter Wostheffer, Mechanicsburg.
per RE LIBERTY WHITE LEAD,—
The Whitest, the most durable and the most
economical. Try It I Manufactured only by
Ziegler & Smith,
Wholesale Drug, Paint & Glees Dealers,
N 0.137 North Third St., Philad'a.,
Jan. 26, 2866-Iy.
Ira Loiters Testumentsay on tho estate of John
Langenfield, deed., late of Rest Fairview, East Penne
boro Twp., have been Issued to the subscriber residing
In the same place, to whom all debts will be paid and
all accounts presented for settlement,
W. F. MARTIN,
Jan. 19, 1569-0 t
G. M. BELTZHOOVER,
ATTORNEY AT LAW; Ciuq,isr.,.
Pa. Office, South 'Hanover street. PartiCiihir
attention glean to the collection' of soldiers' elating,
back pay, bounty, pension, &c. •
January 19, 1866.-1 y.
r HE Agricultural Society of Cum
borland county will moot in the Court 11.00tz..--
in the. Borough of Carlisle, on...Tuetto , er - t llo.6 th nay of
Itsbbrizary, loaoynt 11 o'clock, A. M. A full turn out Is
By order of the President .!
Janus) y 1805.-8 t
SAVES LABOR, .
and SAVES WOMEN.'
It's the Soap for .Every paxoily.
Bold by grocers and storekeepers throughout city and
,country. Manufactured only by J. B. DOBBINS & CO.,
107 South Fifth street, below Chestnut, Philadelphia.
.-Jan. 10, 1806-10 E-
WANTED! WANTED I
IVERYBODY to call at Wm. C. Saw
a , 'yor's arid' get all kinds of Winter (floods at
Greatly Reduced Prices.
WINTER DRESS GOODS, • •
Butane() of, our FURS at COST, Clotho,
, . Cassimeres Mena'. Wear
Selling very, cheap.
at rodUced prlcos. We aro receiving every day 'from
New York lmson'able Goods, '
MUSLINS; CA - LICOES,;SIiEETINGS,,
an Wilda of li'Otio filth:whin G00de,...,
„ oilltiMTl3, OIL OLOTEltr,'..to., dm.
Persona going to house-keeping or changing real
dance will p well to examine our large arid ile
lected atop ' . Please call one 'door below Idattin's Hi>
tel, Past lidaitr'Street..
W. 0: PA:WPM* Co.' ,
.10r=llighost cash price path for carpotiraisa:- ,, : ,
THE LIGHT' Olr THE' WORLD
PILLS `AND SALVE.
nimiLlfa g ivin g remedies aro now, fortho first time,
given publicly to the world. For over a quarter of a
century of privatopractico,the ingredients in those
Life giving Pills 1
Have boon need with the greatestauccess. Their mis
sion is not only to prevent Wants, but to cure. They
seereliouttbo_varions maladies bywhich tho patient
Is angering, and re-invigorate the failing system. To
the agedand Infirm a fow doses of these valuable PILLS
will prcive to bo
VERY FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH
For in every case they add now life and vitality, and
. waning energies to their pristine state.
To the young and middle-aged, they will prove most
invaluable as a ready, specific, and sterling medicine.
Here is a dream realized, that Ponco-do-Loon sought
for three hundred years ago, and never found. lio
looked for a fountain that would restore the old to
vigor and make youth 'dyer
An Eternal Spring I
It was 101 l for this day and hour to realize the dream
and show, In one glorious fact, the magic that made II
These Famous Remedies
Cannot etay thetight of years, but they 6an lbrco back,
and hold aloof, disease that might triumph over the
aged and the young. Let none hesitate then, but
seize the favorable opportunity that offers. When
taken as prescribed—
FOR BILIOUS DISORDERS
Nothing can bo moro productive of cure than these
Pills. Their almost magic influence is felt at once ;
and the usual concomitants of this most distressing
disease are removed. These remedies are made from
They will not harm the most delicate female, an
can be given with sod effect in prescribed doses told
For Cutaneous Disorders
And all eruptions of the skin, the SALVE Is most in
valuable. It does not heal externally alone, but pene
trates with the most searching effects to the very root
of the evil I
DR. MAIIGIEL'S PILLS
Invariably cure the following Dis
Fever and Ague,
Lowness of Spirits,
Notice,—None genuine without the engraved
trade-mark around each pot or box, signed by DR. J.
hula° LEL, 43 Fulton 81., New York, to counterfeit
which is felony.
4i; Sold by all respectable Dealers in Medicines
throughout the United States and Canathis—at 29 cents
per box or pot.
Jan. 19 1866-Iy.
American Jewelers' Association,
Depots : 37 & 39 Nassau, & 54, 56,
& 58 Liberty St ~
NEW YORK. CITY,
Of Rosewood Pianos and Melodeons, Fine Gil Painting.
Engravings, Silver Ware, Gold and Silver Watches,
and Elegant Jewelry, consisting of Diamond
Pius, Diamond Rings, Gold Bracelets, C,,r.
al, Florentine, Mosaic, Jot, Lava, and
Cameo Ladies' Sets, Geld Pens with ,
Gold and Silver Extension
Holders, Sleeve Buttons,
Sots of Studs, Vest
and Neck Chains,
Chased Gold Rings,
Ac. &cc., valued at
Jan. 27, 1866
Fab. 6, ,4
" 10, "
it 20 , ,g‘
which they need not pay until it is known what Is
drawn and Its value. •
VIE AMERICAN JEWELLERS' lissom/vox calls
yofir atlentionlo the fact of its being the largest and
most popular Jewellery Association in the United
States. The business Is and always has boon conduct
ed in the most candid and honorable manner. Our
rapidly increasing trade is a sure guarantee of the ap
preciation of our patrons for this method of obtaining
rich, elegant and costly goods. The sudden termina
tion of the Into war has caused the failure of a large
numbewof houses at Nassau, N. P., who were exten
sively engaged in running steamers through the block
aded ports, obliging them to soli their goods at a great
sacrifice, in some instances lees than one-fourth the
cost of manufacturing. We have lately purchased
very largely of these Bankrupt Goods, nt such extreme.
ly low prices that we ran afford to send away Finer
Goods, and give better chances to draw the more val
uable prizes than any other establishment doing a sim
ilar business. OUR AIM IS TO PLEASE, and we re
spectfully solicit your patronage, an we are confident of
giving the utmost satisfaction. During tho past year
we have forwarded a number of the moot valuable
prizes to all parts of the country. Those who patron
ize us will receive the full value of their money, as no
article on our list is worth less than One-Dollar, retail,
and there are noßlanks. Parties dealing with us may- -
depend on having prompt returns, and the article
drawn will bo immediately sent to any address by ro.
turn mail or express.
" 3 , 641
" 13 "
" 13, "
. 26 & 27 "
The following parties have recently drawn valuable
prizes from the American Jewelers' Association, and
have kindly allowed the use of their names :
Charles.l. Hunter, Esq., Treasury Department Wash
ington, D. C., piano, value. $3OO ; Nies Anna G. Yates,
62 8t Mark's Place, N. Y., Sewing Machine, value #76;
Brig.-Gen. L. L. Hanson, U. S. Vole., Nashville, Tenn.,
Silver Tea Set, value $l6O ; Silos Emma Hunter. 03
Front St , Harrisburg, Pa., Sewing Machine, value $00;
Lieut.-Colonel Walter Chittunden, Quartermaster,
Louisville, Ky., Gold Watch, value, $l6O ; Wm, 8.
Haines, 247 King St., Charleston, 8. C., Silver Watch,
value *6O ; Alexander Johnson, Esq., Editor Alaska
tour Pioneer, Muskatuur, Mlnn., Ladies' Enameled
Watch, value $l5O
Samuel Lee, Esq., President Col
orado and Rod Dank mining Company, San Francisco ;
Cal., Melodeon, value $2OO ; Aaron S. Long, Esq., Prin
cipal Elkhart Collegiate institute, Elkhart, N. J ~ Dia
mond Pin, value $2OO ; R. M. Longstreet, Monigomory,
Ala., Music Box, value $76 ; Itev. Isaac Van Duz• r, Al
bany, N. Y , Gold Lined Dining Set, value 53,0 ; Miss
Clara Luunguer, Dayton, Ohio, Pianoforte value $4OO,
and Diamond Pin, value $175
Many names. could be placed on the List, but see
publish no names without permission. Our Vatrons
are desired to send United Status Currency NV 1/1,11 .t is
LIST OF PARTIAL ARTICLES
SOLD FOR ONE DOLLAR EACH,
Without Regard to valuo, and not to be paid
for until you know what you will receive:
15 Elcg.int Rosewood Pianos, worth fmm MO to 8450
15 Elegant Melodeons,Rosewood Cases 175 to 250
50'FIrst Class Seiiing Machines 40 to 300
15 Fine Oil Paintings 30 to 100
160 Fine Stool Engravings, framed 20 to 80
50 Music Boxes 26 to 40
160 Revolving Patent Castors, Silver 20 to 90
50 Silver yrust and Cake Baskets 20 to 36
400 Sets Of Tea and Table Spoons 20 to 50
160 Gold Hunting Case Watches, warranted 60 to 150
100 Diamonds Rings, cluster and single stone 75 to 250
175 Gold Watches 85 to 150
300 Ladles Watches 60 to 10Q
5 0 0 Silver Watches 20 to 76
Diamond Pins, Brooches and Ear Drops, Ladies' Sets
of Cold and Coral, Jet and Gold, Florentine, Mosaic,
Lava, and Cameo; Sots °Muds, Vest and Neck Chains,
Plain and Chased Gold Rings Cold Thimbles Lockets,
New Style Belt Buckles, Gold Porto and Pencils, Fancy
_ork Mork]tozoo, ta
ayes, ~m- -with acid - nod Sliver Exton.
son folders, and a largo assortment of Fine Silver
Ware and Jewelry of every description, of the best
make and latest styles.
.011 ,- A chance to obtain any of the above Articles for
ONE DOLLAR by purehasing a sealed envelope for 26
D. S. CROFT,
pro- Five S aled Envelopes will b . e sent for $1 ;
Eleven for $2 ; Thirty for $6; Sixty-five for $lO ; Ono
hundred for $l5.
Unequalled inducements offered to Ladles and Cents
who will act as such. Our descriptive circulars will be
sent on application.
Distributions are made in the following manner :
Certificates naming each' article and it its value, are
placed in sealed envelopes, which are well mixed. Oslo
atlas() envelopes containing , the Certificate of Order
for same article, will be delivered at our Office, or sent
by Mall to any address,'lvithoutLegard to choice,' on
receipt of 26 cents.
• On receiving the Certificate the purchaser will ace
what article it draws and its value, and can then send
Ono Dolitir, , and receive the article named, or Vanehobse
any othei 'ono article on our - list of the same value.
Purchasersof our Sealed Unvolopes m..y, in this
manner, obtain an article worth from one to five hun
Leng letters are unnecessary.• •Ifave the kindness to
write plain deroctions, and in choosing different
cles from thbee drawn, mention the style desired. • We
prefer letters to be addressed to, our Box, MD, Post Of
tice;for greeter safety. , • • ,
..* * *Orders for 84KLBD BM/CLIMB must In , ow9r.Y.
casette accompanied with the Ceeby•with the name of
the person sending, and Town, County and /tats plain
LettoW should bo addressed to the Managers as fol
lows : • ".
'• • ' ' ' BIIBRMAN, WATSON dc Co.,
. . ._
. Box 681.0 Post,Offico, Now :York.
Jan.l.o, 1800..-3 m. ,, „ .. , ~ :
' • .. ~ : DISSOLUTION..
11, HE Partnership :.heretofore existing
, - ?nada- ilia name of Jameson, Dillinger & Co., is
t day dissolved by mutual consent. '
Jou. 1, 1800
. • REMOVAL. . - • .
yHE undorsigned will continue-. the
business .99 iirtnarif, , at,No. 118 N9rth Third
tract, W hore al l
transmit one of tho late limn-will ho
iottled. % -' ' - Yocire, lesp Bo o 3ll 3'.
O:A 18404 i. -
FOR OWE DOLLAR,
B. R. JAMESON, '
,01:1. A. DILLINGEE
A 'Rare ChancO .for Capitalists.
THE dubsoribors off . eif to men of capi
, tal a rare chance to build a Waro House in the
East and of Carlisle Pa., whore there is no competition,
and good Rail Road •acilitles all ready on the ground.
-There is no better chance fbr an energetic Man or Men.
Address •• DELANCY & SIIROIII,
Jan. 12,186G-Bm. Coal and Lumber Dealers.
CO - PARTNERSHIP.
Subscribers have this day:asso
ciated themselves together under tho'name. and
o of Dulaney k Shrom for the purpose of carrying
on tho Coal and Lumber business in all Its branches.
OLIVER , DELANCY,
0. MED. SIIROM.
COAL AND LUMBER
. LEAVING as-
V. FocMod with
C•• A L ~. :, - .si Mr C. Fred. Shrom in
* : i .i. il - .. ... • .t.t the Coal and Lumber
...„,"\:„._ _ . , li .. business at the old
Si 7 , Stand of Delaney and
.....1,, , ,,„ •-- Kam , Blair, whoro we will
keep the best and
in the Market, and perfectly dry. Kept under cuver.
Families will do well to try us ; as we are deter.
mined to sell cleaner coal, and at as low prices as any
other yard In the town. Try us and ho cnnvinced.
We have also on hand
ALL KINDS OF 7. UMBER
usually kept In a first Class Lumber yard which we
will sell as low, or lower than the lowest
Jan. 12, 18611. DELANCY & :,11110111.
-GREAT FRENCH REMEDY
DR. JUAN DELAMARRE'S
Celebrated Specific Pills,
Prepared from a prescription of Dr. Juan
Delamarre, Chief Physician to the Hos
pital du Nord ou Lariboisiere of
This invaluable medicine is no imposition, but Is
unfailing in the cure of Sparmatorrhat or Smirks'
Weakness. Every species of Genital or Urinary Irri
tability. Involuntary or Nightly Seminal Emissions
from whatovi r cause produced, or how ever seem a will
be speedily relieved and the organs restored to healthy
Read Lhu Nl olog Qrinina.l of omlnant Vronch phy
"We have used the Specific rills prepared by Ger
ancioro & Dupont, No. 214 Rue Lombard, front the
prescription of Dr. Juan Delamarre, in our private
practice with uniform success, and we believe there is
no other medicine so well calculated to cu,e all per
sons suffering from Involuntary Emissions or ally
other weakness of the Soy u 11 Organs, whether caused
by a sedentary mode of living, excesses, or abuse.
R. A. BEAUREPAIIIE ' M. D.
O. D. DUJ ARID N, D.
JEAN Lid lA:OCHRE, 11. D.
Paris, May sth, 1888.
BEWARE op COUNTERFEITS.
Thu Uonuine Pills are sold by all the principal Drug
gists Ihroughlut the Wm 1,1, price One Dollar per Box,
or :-Ix.lioxef, for Piro Do'tars.
BANCIERE $ DUPONT, Solo Propriebn s,
No. 211 Rue Lombard, Palls
Ono Dollar enclosed to any authorised Agent, ,vlll
insure a box by return mail, nor uroly sealed from all
ob.erxation. sic boxes for live dollars..
Sole tioneod Agnots for America,
OSCAR U. MOSES & Co.. 27 Corti:ma St ,
N. B.—French, U erman,Spanish and lx Pamph
lets, containing full particulars and direetions for use,
soot free to any address.
Sold in Carlisle by J. W. ELLIOTT, and at AvER
CATARRH SN ITFF!
Tubs Snuff has thoroughly proved itself to he the
best article known for curing tha Cala: rh, Cold in the
Head and Headache. It has been 'build an excellent
remedy In many cases of Sore Eyes. Deafness has
been removed dy it, and hearing has often been great
ly improved by its use
It in fragrant and agreeable, and
Gives Immediate Relief
to the dull heavy pains caused by diseases of thy head.
The sodsations utter using it are delightful and in
vigorating. It opens and purges out all obstructions,
strengthens the glands, and gives a healthy action to
the parts affected.
More Than Thirty Years'
of Sale and use of Dr. Marshall's Catarrh and Ilead
ache Snuff, has proved its great value for all the com
mon diseases rot the Head, and at this moment it
stands higher than ever bonae.
It is recommended by many of the best physicians,
and is used with greaLsuccess and :WEI:Lk:Lion every
Read tile Certificate§ of - Wholesale Drug
gists in 1864.
The undersigned, having for ninny years been ac
quainted with Dr Marshall's Catarrh and Headache
Snuff, and sold it in our wholesale trade cheerfully
state, that we believe it to to equal, In every respect,
to the recommendations given of it tor the cure of
Catarrhal Affections, and that It Is decidedly the best
arthilo we have ever known fur all common diseases of
Burr & Perry, Boston,Barnes & Park, New York.
Reed, Austin & Co. " A. B. &1) Sands, "
Brown, Lamson &Co •' Stephen Paul & Co. "
Rood, Cutler & Co. " Israel Minor A Co. '•
Seth W. Fewle, " McKesson & Robbins,'•
Wilson, Falrbank. & Co..' A. L. &evil & Co. '•
Umashaw, Edmunds & Co.M. Ward, Close & Co
IL 11. Hay. l'ortlaud, Mo. Bush & Cale,
For Sale be all DI uggists. TItY IT.
Jan. 12, ISCiti—ly.
RELIEF IN TEN MINUTES
Bryan's Palmonie Wafers !
Otß_The original Medicine established in 1837, and
first article of the kind ever introduced under the
name of "PUL1111.)N111 WAYEItz," in this ot any other
country; all othiir Pulmouic Wafers are counterfeits.
The genuine ran be known by the name BRYAN being
tromped on each Wafer.
These Wafers have boon before the public for nearly
thirty years, and the immense sale ettalimd, not only
In America but in foreign countries, full) atte,t their
Intrinsic worth. The medical propeoties are superior
to any other a. tido offered for the cure of Pulmonary
or Bronchial affections, and the quantity contained in
each box is nearly double that of the many worthless
Bryan's Pulmonio 'Wafers
cure Coughs, iJ , ,lds, Sore Throat, Hoarseness, Asthma,
Catarrh, Bronchitis, Difficult Breathing, Spitting of
Blood, Pales in the Chest, Incipient Consumption and
all diseases of the lungs. Not only affording tempor
ary relief, but effecting a rapid and lasting cure' and
me warranted to give satisfaction in , ver instance.
They do not nauseate like alcoholic compounds, and
the medicinal properties are combined in a form HO a
greeable and pleasant to the taste, that any child will
readily lake them. Ono dose swill always afford
RELIEF IN TEN MINUTES.
To VOCALISTS and Politic ;iPESICErts, these Wafers are
peculiarly valuable ; tLey will in one day remove the
most severe occasional hoarseness ; and their regular
use for a few days will, at all times, increase the pow
er and flexibility of the voice, g,eatly improving its
tune, compass and clearness, for which parposu they
are regularly used by many professional vocalists.
Tho very great celebrity of this invaluable remedy
has induced unprincipled persons to prepare base imi
tations, which disappoint the just expectations of the
purchaser, and injure the diameter of the genuine
See that the word, "BRYAN," is stamped ou each
Wafer, and also observe the fac simile of the signature
of the Proprietor "JOB MOSES" an each wrapper, to
counterfeit which is forgery. Jrir-011ending parties
will ho dealt with Co, the full extent et the law.
BRYAN'tf PULMONIC WAFERS tkru for solo by all Drug•
JOB 310SES, Solo Droprlotur, 2i tb.rtlaudt St , N. Y
Jan. 12, 1800-Iy.
'SIR JAMES CLARKE'S
CELEBRATED FEMALE PILLS
Prepared from a prescription of Sir J. Cleric, M. D.,
Physician Extraordinary to the queen.
THIS well known medicine is no im
position, but a sure and safe comedy for 'emalb
DAcultles and Obstructions ; from any cause whatowfr
and although a powerful remedy, it contains nothing
hurtful to the constitution.
To Married Ladles it is peculiarly nutted. It will, in
a short time, bring on the monthly period with regu
In all cases of Nervous Spinial affections, Pain lu
the Back and Limbs, Heaviness, Fatigue on slight or
Palpitation of the Heart, Lowness of Spirits,
Hysterics, Sick Headache, Whites, and all the painful
diseases occasioned by a discrdered system, these Nis
will effect a cure when all other means have Jailed.
Those Pills have novel. been known to fall where the
directions on the 2d 'page of pamphlet are well obseLY
ed. For further particulars, got a pamphlet, free, or
the agent. $1 and 0 postage stamps enclosed, to any
authorized agent, will insure a bottle, contaldimr over
50 pills:by return - mail: W. ll'...moTr;
Jan. 12, 1800-Iy.' Agent, Carlisle.
DR. C. H. BODdH,
• OHRONO THERMAL
PHI7TXCIAN & SURGEON.' ,
fiIIiTIPE in Boot Ones Row, in roar of
A._..rthe First Presbyterian Church, whore ho In pro
pared to cure or relieve all diseases Incldont to the Hu
man , . • •
Canaci:s curceedithout Vc'
Consultation free of charge. Patients visited at all
hours. Corns cured In five minutes. • • '
tfee2B, \186E,-'—am; '•
• • '
- • . .
G... Z-BRF i Tz, D,
• •• r. •
D. D: S. respectfully offers
hisprofeisitnal norviedalo tilt) °Rhona Of Carlisle and
its vicinity. •'Opice ritt,etrebt,, , • ;
Carlisle ..litnuery,b,dBBo--Sra*_ ' • ,
Letters testamentary pn theiffierch.inMite
deed. late oloiver Allen 'township, have
beopgranted by the Regleter of said ()minty to GI: W.
prievrell; , Yoslo.p In East'Penrisboro 'township.ppr
sonsindebted'ar reanOsted one Payment; and,
those having els Ma to:presont tboid toe settlement to
0. W. onisiNELL tiomitor.
JUL 6, 18604
rift limited partnership of the'eub
.acrib.ors, under the firm of Rompton Mullin,
cap rod tide day by limitation, .all claims will be paid
by them, and to whom all Indebted. will please make
SAML. KEMPTON, jr. I General
CHAS. H. MULLIN, f Partnore
ROUT. GIVEN, }Special
AV E. B. MULLIN, Partnere.
Mt. Holly Syringe, 1
Jan. 1, ISM f
atyTHE subscribers have this day ass°-
, 'Mated themselves together under the Elaine and
of MT. HOLLY PAPER CO., for the purpose of
manufacturing ovary abscription of Writing Paper, at
Mt. Holly Springs, Pa.
Jan. 1,1866.-4 t
OTICE is hereby given that the co
-1 t partnership heretofore existing between the un
dersigned, in the Mercantile litisinesfr in Churchtown,
under the firm of Geo. Brindle A, Son, has been dis
solved by mutual consent. All persons knowing
themselves indebted to the firm and those having
claims will please present them for station:lmb, the
books are in the hands of Gee. Brie die. jr. at the old
place of business.
Jan. ti, 1866-3 t
Eighth Quarterly Report of the
First National Bank of Car
January 1, 1865.
RESOURC ( EB.
Loans and Discounts, 8197.029 27
U. S. Bonds, 117,850 00 284,879 27
Due from Banks & Bankers, 67,038 66
Legal Tender Notes, 72,836 00
Notes of other Banks, 0,388 00
Cash Items, 3,820 93 150,182 69
Real Estate & Insurance,
Furniture & Fixtures,
Current Expenses & Interest,
LI A BI Llll ES.
Capital, 150,000 00
Circulation, 45,000 00
Doposits, 331,003 36,
Duo to Banks 7,004 77
DlReou rite, & 'Premi um., 1,0.11 00
Surplus Fund, 8,100 00
Dividonds unpaid, 1,000 00 445,800 00
J. C. ROEMER, Cashier
Jan. 5, 1866-36
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP
partnership heretofore existing
between the undersigned has boon this day die
sol,d by mutual consent. The books and accounts
remain in the hands of Geo. P. Myers, who earnest 4
requests all parties indebted to him to rail and settle
their accounts at once.
The Grocery business will be continued at
the old stand by the senior member of the firm, Cleo,
P. Myers, who calls particular attention to his largo
and excellent stock of now and fresh
( GI - I . C)c eM s 1 4 eSil
•on s Ist Ing partly of
SYRUPS, SUGARS, COFFEES,
SPICES, Wooden and Willow Ware. and every variety
of goods kept Inn first class Family Urorery.
COLIN fltY PRODUCE taken in exchange f, goods,
at the ~1.1 t.tand opposite Saxton's Hardware. Store.
11E0. P. MYERS.
New Grocery Store !
CHANGE OF FIRM I
E undersigned hereby announces to
his old 'patrons and customers, that ho has dis
posed of his entire stock of Goods with the good will
of the establishment to Messrs Puffer R Wasbniood.
Whom he recommends to the citizens of Cumberland
l'ounty. as active, energetic and reliable business men,
who trill spare no pains to maintain and improve the
character of the old stand so a first class
With many ti auks for the patronage he has receive d
ho bespeaks fur the new firm a continuance of the same
PEFFER & WASHMOOD
will In a few days receive the largest and beat assorted
Q UE ENS WA RE,
WILLOW WARE, &C.,
ever brought to this place, and will constantly keep
on hand the choicest Ormeries the Easterli Markets
afford. A full loolortmant of Lamps or d Oil on hand.
Call and Foei us at the old stand, South East corner of
PEFFER & WASHMOOD
Jmuunry 6, Is(l6—ly
VA LUA 13LE Ifl ESTATE
JP I II.II_IIOOIIC, !
)17 virtue of .a deed of assignment, I
1)will expose to public sale on the premises, on
Saturday, Fda•uary 10, 1866,
the Mansion Farm of Alfred Moore, situated near Mt.
Holly Springs, on the Baltimore pike, about 4 1 A11111eS
South of Carlisle, Pa. This is one of the moat destra
blo properties that has been put into Market, being a
delightful country residence, and a highly improved
farm with every convenience. The farm contains
(more or lens) of excellent and productive land, In a
high state of cultivation, close by Is one of the finest
and purest streams In Cumberland County. The
fencing Is in excellent order. The improvements con-
Met of a large two and a half-story
well finished and on elevated ground, a largo Bank
Barn, C rn rib, Wagon Shed, Carriage House, Wash
House, Wood (louse, Sc.
A portion of this farm has been devoted to Fruit
vulture, and has supplied the Carlisle and Ilarrlsburg
Markets for the last few years with some of the choicest
STRAWBERRIES & PEACHES,
they have received. At present there are five acres o
the choicest varieties of Strawberries, reset last spring
and which will ho in fine bearing order the coming
spring ; 1805 choice Peach Tredii; , 109 Apple Trees, beet
grafted fruit, 290 Dwatf Pear Trees, all in good bear
ing order. There are also a great variety and number
of GRAPE VINES in good order, and which have com
menced bearing. The Grain ill the ground will be sold
with the ta,m.
Those who desire a good investment lu land, and
a dolighi fill and healthy country residence In ono of
the most beautiful and fertile parts of our Valley,
should give this their immediate attention. At the
same time and place. I will offer the Mountain Land
of the said Alfred Moore,
of which ere in Dickinson township, a few miles West
of the II 'Manor° turnpike. Thin tr., ct has been divi
ded into lots, and will be offered to suit purchasoi
Farmers w ishing 'Climber lots should give this their at
tention. , A treat y acre lot of Mountain Land, situa
ted-in South Middleton township, bounded by lands
of Mathew Moore, Peter Lauck and others, will also be
I will abet 801 l the two Tote in Paportown. ownod by
said Moore, and 'calculated for building lots.
Salo to commence al 11 o'clock A. 151-
WM. H. MILLER,
Assignee of Alfred Moore
Mr. Alfred litonro who still 'resides on tho promises,
will take pleasure in showing the property advortisod
to nil who wish to soo it. .
Headley's History of the Great Re-
riIHE late Reballion stands out:poouliar
and extraordinary In liuman events ; and the
magnificent male upon mhich the war has boon con
ducted, constitute It one of the GRANDEST AND
MOST BRILLIANT CHAPTERS OF THE WORLD'S
Mr. Headley, of all writers, is perhaps best qualified
to portray the stupendous features of the mighty con
test. Ills previous works on lees momentous themes
have placed him In the first position, an a graphic and
powo ful delineator ol 'war scenes and characters, and
the magnitude and grandeur of the present subject,
Impart to his pen the the and vigor of a yet more ex
alted I nopl ration, a nd furnish maple scope for the high
est exhibition of his peculiar genius for military de
seriptlon. Under his powerfurpen the stirring scenes
of the War pass In roview with the vividness and dis
tinotness of a present and living reality ; while his
great talent for condensation enables him to embody
everything of importance in a compass just suited to
the public want. From no other source cun.ro clear
and comprehonsisman impression of the grand unsrch
of events be obtained, so easily and agreeably, 40 from
Ma. Headley's work.
Other Histories have been issued before Grant's Re
port and other Ofilcial Documents wore submitted to
tlui Government, and are therefore unreliable. - Mr.
Headlo, has delayed the completion of this till those
DOCUMENTS so ESSENTIAL to AUTHENTICITY and
.coitnnoTNESE. could be obtained. . •
The Scion(' Volume. completing this Work, will be
Issued in March, 1860. Agents )yantod to engage in
Its sale In ovary town an* county iu tho United States.
Llboral inducommits offered. For particulars apply to
& addross, .
• ABIERICAN'PWILiSIIING COMPANY, '
148. Asylum Street, Dartford, Conn.
SCRANTON k Pma, Agents.
Jan. 6, 1866-Im.
pooRESSING CASES, Ladies' and
, 15, 1865. AT 11AVERBTIOIC8.
1:1T$, Corifeationary arid Fruits at
and fixturoe 'of dallies Ai. Allen & Co., on North
never etroot, Carlisle, I will in a short time rendne
the eandi to ;tho Store ItOom of A. Serseman,,Esq., on
West Main street,".where I will always keep on hand
'IL well aeloctod stock of Sue Groceries, Queenaware t
Glass and:Willow ware, &o.;&e.
• JOHN w. A.L.t.EN.— ,
Cattalo, January 100 18000.4 y.
710 Railroad Companies, Bridge build.
ors, House and Barn Builders, or any company of
in ividuals that ink," want to contract for Bail 1114
Ties, Bridge Timber, or .Ft'amos for Buildings, to be de
livered next Spring or B,:unmer will do well to lot
their wants be known to the subsoriber, as be has a
desirable lot of TIMBER lying , - .11 Alogutain Creek,
near Laurel Forgo, which he will `flanufacture info
Lumber of all descriptions as soon thee is a demand
opon for it.. Address _ _
F. 13. 120..W 3 R 8 ,
Nrulrna, Now linmp.chire
R. GI VIN,
011 AB. 11. BICILLIN.
Wheeler & Wilson and Howe.
The Best AS'implest and Cheapest.
r HE Wheeler & Wilson machines are
adapted to all kinds of family sewing, working
equally well upon Silk, Linen and Cotton goods, with
Silk, Cotton and Linen threads, making a beautiful
and perfect stitch alike on both sides of the article
Prices of Wheeler S Wilson machines:
No. 3 machine plain, $55
" 2 Ornamental bronze, $65
" 1 " Silver plated, $75
The Howe Sewing Machine.
The attention of Tailors, Shoemakers, Saddlers and
Carriage Trimmers is called to this—the best of Shut
tle Sowing Machin.. It is unanimously admitted to
be the beet machine for leather work 9r tailoring ever
given to the public.
Price of Howe machines:
Letter A machine $OO
Is recommended for family sowing Tailoring, Shoe
binding Shd Gaiter fitting.
Letter B. machine. $7O
, 7. or,. .too J.g.gor thsn A machine. melted, to eh.
Letter C. muchine, $B5
Is recommended for heavy Tailoring. Boot and Shoe
work and Carriage trimming. It runs light and rapid
and will do fine work well, and has a much larger Shut
tle than the smaller machines.
Call and examine at Rail Road Telegraph Office, Car.
Oct. 27, 1805—tf.
GEO. BRINDLE, Er
OEO. BRINDLE, jr,
REAM WORK, Stars, Tulips, Bon
bons, A-lamode, Chocolates, Hands, Cocoanut arid
Dec 15,1865 AT 11A THRSTICKS.
OEO. P. MYERS
Mint, Chocolate, Cmun, I.nnlan,Orango, Vann
,se and Idneg.
Doe. 15, 186(). AT 11AVE1tSTICKS.
Mint, Teaberry, Lemon, Orange, Lavender, Bose,
Dee 15, 1565. AT lIA VP:I:STICKS.
RUCK -CANDY, Secrets French and
Dec. 15, 1565. AT IIA V VItSTIC
AFine assortment, of Candy, Toys of
it•mork,o., Frenell and German makes.
De,. 15, 1565. AT 11.1VERVICIC,.
T the Duneannon TJnion Lumber
Mill, 4 miles north east of Sterrett's (lap, Jl
ml es west of DuncannOn, 1 mile south of Billow
Bridge, near Odor point.
100,u00 ft. Yellow.Pino flooring, dry.
50,000 ft. Aelin tt I both Oak and Pine, all Niles.
4(1,000 ft. 2 inch Barn flooring, Yellow Pine, 10 to Di
25,000 ft in Yellow l'ine Boards, Dry.
A large lot of Watherhoarding.
A large lot of Oak Boards..
A largo lot of Shingling laths.
A large lot of Sealing Laths,
A large lot of White Pine Shingles.
A large lot of Chestnut Shingles.
Poplar Boards, Plank and Scantling.
Oak Boaros, Scantling and Plank.
Sawed lair post and fencing hoards.
Chestnut rolls and cord wood, $1,50 per cord.
The above we have always on hand, and are prepared
to saw all klutlp of bills to order, surh as Machine and
Car Lumber, Wagon Maker Iminber, Building timber,
We can saw 47 ft. In length, and are so fixed that we
con fill orders In the very shortest notice, at any time
also so prepared to deliver Lumber at any point by tall
rood an by teams
Please give Ivu call before purchasing elsewhere,
we are selling lit low prices.
KOLTEIt, LATIMER & lIOSHOUR.
Dungannon, Perry Co. Pa.
Doc. 1, 1855.-3m*.
(_ ,:-_- , /r 4i/x/(7p/
6 immit .ciLlr.oloi[rar
At Carlisle, Pa.
Highly Important to Young Men !
YOUNG MEN out al employment:
YOUNG MEN about nugaging in lousiness;
YOUNG MEN who have had limited advantages for
an education ;
YOUNG MEN wall Yarned In other respect ii, hut defl
ctent In any of the branches taught in
a that class Business College;
YOUNG MEN W 110 WOllld imssesa tho best means for
for ready and lucrative employment;
YOUNti MEN who N 1 Mild avoid bring hunihnged by
going two and three hundred miles to
Commercial Srlloo6, ut all expense of
front $3OO to $ 5OO ,
vill do well to consider the merits of this Institution
d home, which upon pr oper inquiry and' investigation
viii be 'band to present facilities and accommodations
°coed to none In the country.
n this department legitimate transaction cf Trade and
liminess Forms, are daily practiced by making actual
mrchases and sales, In the Model Store, connected with
he College; mmplied with samples of Dry 611016. Also
regular Bank of Deposit and Issue, with a working
/maid of 5100,000, in which students 1111 in turn the po-
Ilion of Cashier, Paying and Receiving 'feller, Discount
nut Cheek Clerk, Sc.,
BRANCH ES TAUGHT.
nookkeeping, in nil Its forms and applications.
Calculatione, Connietendency, Forms, Sic
Mercantile TAW, with regular recitations,.
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Penmanship In every style of the art.
Phonography ,Telegraphing by regular circuit of Wire
and Instruments For further particulars address
A. M. TRIMMER, Carlisle, Po.
[SEND FOR CIRCULAR.)
Nov. 10, 1005.
Large and varied stook of G roceries,
CANNEI4 4 FRUIS,
Seures, Fish. Sc. s4e , which I ato selling at tlio very
lowost Cash Prices.
Thom Indebted to the stilineribee, ned pu - rtlataharly
thoen lu arreara'for a lonatb of time will come forward
and promptly pay up, as longer delay will not be sub
Nov. 3, 1805. Wsl. BENTZ.
THE best Cook Stoves in the Market
can be bad at Win. Fridley's Tluner Shop East
Louther St., Carlisle at the sign of the lied Coffee Pot,
also parlor, and pealing stoves n! all kinds.
-Nov. 3, 1865—tf.
Losses paid in 46 years over 817,000,000.
Net Assets Jon. 1, 1865.
$3,677,362 71. ,
' • FIRE AND 'INLAND RISKS. •
Agencies in an Dm:principal .01tios and Towns in
the United States. .
' Applleatkone for insurance promptlynttend•
ed to IT '' • •
IL M. DONEIIOO, Agent,
Capt. DONEIIOO, is agent also for the Metropolitan
Biro Ineuranco Company, Tho Guardian Life Insur
ance Company, and the Travelers' Insurance Company,
for all of which Bab advertisements in another coluien.
N9v 1 .214.1805. • •
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* Burni, Rose, Colfoo, Vanilla and Chocolate,
I ea. 16, 1805. AT ue.vmunismis
fino ore • • Room in "Marion.
, • Hall" building, now noou p plod byL:Boinaritlt Sorn;
r 1 1 .
as a (Nothing • Storellar 'town, ,Is for font
from tho first of April tiottv , The: Boom Is' 24 by 4 . 0
foot, wllh Conntors and flholvlng, tho lattor onnlosed
with glass. ~ •
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Jim 15, 1600.4 P. J . ,' w ? lst
Lumber ! Lumber !
ACT UA L BUSINESS
Always On Miami I.
STOVES ! STOVES! 1
STORE ROOM FOR :RENT !
READING RAIL ROAD
:: *AO 6
fj_REA.T TRUNK LINE FROM ISE
Nil North and .North-West for Philadelphia, Now
York, Reading, Pottsville, Lebanon, Tamaqua, Ash
land, Lebanon, Allentown, Easton, Av., &a.
Trains leave Harrisburg for NoW York; as follows
At 3.00, 7 . .25 and 9 06 A. M., and 1.45 and 0.00 P. M.,
arriving at New York at 6.40 and 10 00 A. M., and 11.40
and 10 36 P. M., connecting with similar Trains on the
Pennsylvania Rail Road; Sleeping Cars accompanying
the 3.00 and 0.06 A. M.,. Trains, without 'change.
Loavo Ilarrisburirfor Reading, Pottsville, Tamaqua,
Minorsville, Ashland, Pine Grove, Allentown and Phil.
adelphia, at 7.26 A. M. and 1.46 and 900 P. 61., stop
ping at hobanon.and all Way Stations; the 9.00 P. 61.,
Train making io closo connections for Pottsville nor
Philadelphia. For Pottsville, Schuylkill Haven and
Auburn, via Schuylkill and Susquelinnna Rail Road,
leavo Harrisburg at 4.00 P. M.
Returning: Leave Now York at 0.00 A. Al., 12.00
Noon and 8.00 P. 111; Philadoldhla at 8 00 A. M., and
3.30 P. M., Pottsville at 8.80 A. M.,' and 2.46 P. M.,
Ashland 6.00 and 11.45 A. M., and 1.16 P. M; Tama
qua at 7.36.0. M., and 1,40 P. M.
Loavu Pottsville for Harrisburg, via Schuylkill and
Susquehanna Bail Road, at 0.45 A. M.
Reading Accommodation Trairi : Leaven Reading at
0.30 A. M., returning from Philadelphia at 4.30 P. M.
Columbia Rail Road Trains leave Reading at 0.10 A.
M. and 0.15 P. hi. for Ephrata, Lltlz, Lancaster, Colum
On Sundays Leave New Yor at 8.00 P. M., Phila
delphia 0.15 P. M., Pottsville 8.00 A. M. Tamagni% 8,00
A. Si., Harrisburg 0.06 A M. and Reading at 1.00 A. id.
for Harrisburg, and 10.52 A. Si. for New York.
Commutation, Mileage, Beason, School and Excur
sion Tickets to and from all points, at reduced Bates.
Baggage checked through : 80 pounds alloy; od each
Passenger. G. A. NICOLLS,
Beading, Pa. Dec. 8, 1886. General Superintendent.
DR. HENRY LANGEHEINE,
PILYSICIAN AND ASTRO-EON I
T_T Living returned from Germany, my
11 office will hereafter be at my residence, in ffouth
Hanover street, in the house formerly occupied by Dr.
Bonder, wherel will always be found when not ab
Nov. 10, 1805-3r00..
Goods Suitable For Holiday Presents
520 ARCH STREET.
SOLID SILVER WARE,
and Superior Silver Plated Ware.
Nov. 24, 1865-3 m.
General Insurance Agency.
THE undersigned is agent for the fol
lowing Life and Fire Insurance Companies, viz.,
Mutual Life Insurance Company, Now York.
Arctic • "
Manhattan " It
Particular attention given to Peryotual Insurance.
Bates as low as consistent with security. Office with
C. P. Ilumrich, Esq., in Marlon Hall Building, Main
SAAIUKI. K. HUMRICII,
Doe. 4, 1805—fm
EX ECUTOR'S NOTICE.
- Letters testamentary on the estate of Susan.
mph mierlich, dee'd., late of , Carlisle, Pa, having
be• n issued to the subscriber, residing at the same
place Notice is hereby giving teal! persons indebted
to said estate to make payment and those having
claims to present them for settlement to
WM. lIAIINITZ, Executor.
Uwe. 22, 18(15
AUCTION BEGINS TO-DAY
11 - A V ING sold my store-house, I will
Fell all my Jewelry Store and fixings at auction
as they most he cleared out immediately. The
Lock coneiate of a large :ate, Five large
Silver Show Cases,
plate glass, three upright Cases, ono large En
pie alga, two large
RENCI I MIRRORS,
and all Ulu watch makers lonia And stock, a large lot
of Clocks of every description, Watches, Gold Hunting
Cafes, English Levers and Silver of every kind, Gold
and Silver pens and pencils, Gold and Silver chain°,
Gold and Silver flings of the hest quality, also a large
lot of Silver and Silver plated ware,
Paintings on glass &c., which will he sold without re
gard to price, alto a large oil cloth, almost new, fifteen
feet bY forty feet, at the sign of the Gold Eagle, Main
Presents for all at Haverstien.
%7 BITING Desks, Papier, Machie,
v R: Walnut.
De,, IG, 14115
wF. SADLER, Attorney at Law,
. Carnolo ()Moo In Volunteer Building,
South Honorer Street.
1 C 'HERMAN, Attorney at Law,
. Uarlhdo, l'a. Next door to the Herald °Nee.
TAMES A. DUNBAR, Attorney at
'JoI uv, Carlisle, Pa. Office ou the south aide of the
Court house, adjoining the "American Printing Office."
July 1, 1864-Iy. .
TOSEPH RITNEH, Jr., Attorney at
ti Law and Surveyor, Mechanicsburg, Pa. Office on
Bail Road Street, two doors north of the Bank.
tra.llitsineas promptly attended to.
July 1, 1864.
1,1 E. BE IiTZ liOOVER, Attorney
oat Law Office in South Hanover street, opposite
ileuta's dry good store Carlisle, Pa.
M. WEAKLEY, Attorriqy at Law,
er • office on south Hanover street, adjoining the
Mike of.ludge graham. All professional business en
trusted to him will be promptly attended to.
July 1, 18114.
QAMUEL HE P BURN, Jr., Attorney
►l33nt Law. Office with Ilon. Samuel Hepburn, Main
St. Carlini° I'a,
July I, 1804.
T AW cmth.—CEIARLES E. MA
-4_4OLA UMILIN, Attorney at Law, Office In Inhoff's
just opposite the Market Ilona°.
July 1, 1804-Iy.
NO. C _2lttorney at Law,
Q l Carlisle, Offlitit thrnmly occupied by Judy.]
Sept.,, her i, I P 65.
P. 14 UMERICH , Attorney at Law'
vi e Office on North Hanover street, a (Mx doors
north of Gill'H Hotel. All business entrusted to him
will be promptly attended to.
July 1, 1864.
(4 UM BELTING ! •
Just received a large assortment of all sizes—
Gum Belting, Gum Hose, Gum Packing, Sc., and for
sale cheap at the Hardware Store of
Juno 25, 1864.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
CIFIIMILES OARIFORD & SONS,
Have now ogen their large and aplen
did stock of
I ADIES' FUR CAPES,
Aloe tho finest assortment of FANCY FUR ROBES,
OAPS, MUFFLERS, and GLOVES over before offored
hrthem, all of whlch are warranted to be as represent
SHIPPING FURS BOUGHT
Oct. 20, 1806-4 mo.
Mason & Hamlin Cabinet Organ,e ;
.forty tillioront styles. arluptod to snored nod secu
lar mush. for ;lit() to 800tesob. FIFTY-ONE
or SI./.1 7 1.11: NINDALS, or other trot premiums award.
ed doom Illustrated Catalogues iron. Address. MA
SON & 11.A1111,1N, toms, or,MASON ' nROTlf 121 i H,
D I-1 YSICIANti. will find it to their
vauta2o to cull and purchaso Moir Modloinott ut
July. 1, 1564
,BOXES, Cabas, -Port Fo
lios Tourists Desks, Confectionary Boxes,
Games of di ' '
Deo; 16, 1,8135,
all sizes and styles
f ADIES COMPANIONS,. • •
all sorts shailas and
se. l6;1806, ' AT nAv4sTiqu's
LollolcE. sE&Rs .&"TOBAcoo,
.! AT RALSTON'S
• . .
LA 111118,59.04 airs Htti4s '_on Al l an a
of all ,kinda. , Elizabethtown 'pattern, Loudon
do., Common do., With and Without - patebt illetenluge
theaper than over at IL SAXTON'S,' East Jfaln at,
i July 1,1864.. ',. '',' ); ;( c • , ,; 1 • •• -,,,
tiIIYSIMANS will find it to their,act:
. vintage to call and nurobige their Medicine SA
R. E. SIIAPLEY