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The •First Premium,
FOR THE BEST PROTOGRAPREL
"fit the late Cumberland County Fair,
has been awarded to
MR. Lochman has the pleasure to, an•
nounce to the public. that ho has. ro-purchased
tin room from Sir. 31 , 211111 an in Mrs. Neff's build
ing, opposite the First National Bank, and guarantees
CARTES DE VISITE,
Have no superior, and in tone, finish and clearness,
surpass most pictures produced. He gives his person
al attention to the room, and with the best and most
improved instruments and appliances warrants the
finest results. A large assortment of Gilt and Rose
wood Frames, and splendid Albums, for sale verp cheap.
Copies of Daguerreotypes made irathe most perfect
Oct. 21, 1805.
GREAT EXHIBITION I
Doors open every day, (Sundays excepted.)'
New Boot, Shoe, Hat & Cap Store.
THE subscriber would respectfully
inform the citizens of Carlisle and surrounding
country, that ho has Just returned from the city, and
has now on exhibition at his now stand south west
corner of:North Hanover St. and Locust Alley, a large
Boots, Shoes, Hats & Caps,
to which he would invito the attontlon of purchasers.
His stock consists In part of Men's, Boys and Youths
FINE CALF BOOTS,
Rip and Water proof Boots. Calf and Glove Kid Gait
ors, Calf and Kip Brogans, Slippers, ho.
Fine Glove Kid, French and English lasting Gaiters,
Morocco, Calf and Kid Boots, and Balmorals, together
with a largo assortment of hoavy taco Boots and Bal.
morals suited for country ware.
..11i.sse5 a7ul Children's Ware,
of all description's, embracing fine Kid and Lasting
Gaiters, Morocco, Goat and Kid Boots and Balmorals,
Calf and Kip lace Boots, Ako.
Hats and Caps in great variety,
for Men, Boys and Youths Wear, from lb° commonest
to the very best quality, at low prices. Call and see
UM motto Mattmll pronto and otick nnlee, tadharmit
BO those principles he trusts ho shall give general sat
isfaction to those who will favor him with their pat
Remember the Stand, S. W. corner of North Hanover
St., and Locust Alley, midway between Thudium's and
Wetzel's Hotels, Carlisle.
October 6, 1865—tf.
I E. WALRAVEN,
-719 CHESTNUT STREET,
has now open
of his own Importation.
WOOL REP CURTAINS.
SATIN LAYNE CURTAINS,
Cloth, Table and PIANO COVERS.
Constantly receiving NOVELTIER In
Cl/7? TA _TN MATER L 4 LS,
embracing the Coltbrated SMYRNA CLOTH and MODE
In every Desirable Style Color or Price I
No. 710 Chestnut SI., Philadelphia,
November 3,1065-3 m
READ \MAT DR. SCHENCK IS DOING
REAR lint feel it a duty I own to you, and to all
who are suffering under the diseases known as Con
sumption and Liver Complaint, to let them know what
great benefits I have received from your Pulmonic
Syrup and Seaweed Tonic in no short a time. By the
blessing of God it has cured me thus far
Dr. r 4 chenc't, I will now make my statement to you,
us follows bout eighteen months ago I wak attack
ed with a severe cough, and it settled on my lunge ; I
could not retain anything I ate, and suffered with
evening fevers and night sweets. I was very much
reduced. The. whites of my eyes were very yellow;
likewise in: skin ; my appetite all gone, and unable
to digest what I did oat; bowels sweaters, irregular and
costive. I Wan very low spirited, and had such violent
spells of coughingJwhen I laid down at night and when
I arose in the morning that they would last one or
I then would be nearly exhausted, and was entirely
unable to lie on my loft side. I cannot describe my
Wretched suffering as I WOOlll Wish to do. Every or
gan in my body Was diseased or deranged. Such was
my situation at this time, and I was confined to" my
bed front the last of February, 1802, to Junto, 1N63, not
able to sit up. I bad the best Of medical attendance
the whole of the time. My cough was so very bad that
it racked um very much. lat this time raised a largo'
quantity of thick, yells W, offensive matter'," sometimes
W ith blood, and It was generally accompanied by nau
sea and a furred and thick coated tongue. At the
time of coughing so badly 1 would have sharp, shoot
ing pains is my loft side and heart, night sweats, and
soreness all through my whole chest; had much in
ward fever, Pain in my hack and under my shoulder
blades and in the small of my bark, and at times so se-
Nero that it would throw ms lots spasms. Now my
physician gave mo up to die. Others I had, and thu
best of them but they could do nothing tor me, and
at that time was nothing but skin Hod bones "then
Was is the western part of Missouri. In June lust We
left there for the knot, and in August last we came to
Ness York, and I was so reduced that I could only
walk a little with my husband's help. Aftur f had
been heron short time the salt water breeze mad. me
feel much better for a time and then I had again to
call a physician for aid. We had four of the best phy•
«Icians of New York on the diseases of the lungs, and
doctors of all kinds, but of no avail. They said I was
past dire, and that my lungs were too far gone for any
one to cure um. list at this 01111.1 1 was en my feet a
bout thu house, not able to du much of anything. In
November last I grew worse, stud the consumption
diarrhea sot in and lasted about eight weeks. We had
tried all and everything that I could grasp at like a
dying person for my diseases—consumption and liver
complaint—but of ice avail.
In January. 1863, I was brought down again on my
bed, and runs not expected to live the night tout. My
husband stayed at my side, and other friends, and
they all give um up to die. At this time every ono
who saw the did not think I would ever leave my bed
a living woman. Tho first night I was attacked with
Spasund, and was deranged most of the time. A friend,
Mrs. Harris, cams to et e me the last of the week, and
brought the Sunday Mercury. In it Was an accduut or
a great cure performed by Dr. Schenck. She read it to
me, and it was so much like my disease (hat I netted
my husband to go and see him for me. At this time
I had given up all hopes of over getting well again,
and made my peace with God, to be ready whenever ho
called for me.
On the 27th of January, 1803, my husband called on
Dr. Schanck, 32 Bond street, Now York, and stated to
him my case, with a request for him to call and sue
me. which he did, and examined me with the respir
°meter. When ho was about to go I asked him if he
could cure me T Ills reply was ; "I cannot tell, both
lungs are diseased, and the bronchial tubes are affect
ed on both sides." And yet he seemed tolhink there
were lungs enough loft to effect a cure lithe diarrhea
could be stopped. He said morder to do Offs, he would
have to give me Mandrake Pills In small doses at first,
to carry off the morbid matter, and then, with astrin
gents, he hoped to chock ft, which hotild, but the con
stant cough , ng, night„sweats, and diarrhea had pros
trated me so that he was afraid my vital powers were
too much prostrated over to rally, mad yet he seemed
to think If I could live to got onough-Puluonic Syrup
through my system to cause expectoration there were
lungs enough left for me to recover. Ile wished mo to
try the Pulnconia Syrup and Seaweed Toile at once,
saying it would do me no harm, if It did, me no good.
The first week it seemed to give me strength, so that
on Sunday after I sat up in bad and ate hearty for a
sick woman ; but the l next weak I lost all hope and
wished my husband hot to give MO any more medi
cine. But the doctor bad warned him of this, and
when the medicine was clearing out the system it
made them feel somewhat restless, and to persevere ;
and he Insisted on my taking It ; and now I feel the
benefit of It. For after eight Mayo I began to gain my
strength, and, With the exception of a cold that put
me back some, I have been gaining strength of body,
my cough Is going away, and all my pains are gone ;
no soreness of the body,. any bowels are regular, and
ray breath is sweet, and I thank God that I am now
going about, and sow and road as well as over I could.
I have taken elate= bottled of the medicine, eight of
each.,l now have a good appetite and rest well at
night; my cough does not trouble mein getting up or
lying down. I would here say to the afflicted with
consumption or liver complaint, that Dr, Schanck lane
humbug.. You oan rely on what he says. Delay not ;
It is dangerours to trine with these diseases. If you
would be cured, go at once ; and any ono wishing to
know the facto as heroin stated can call at my resi
dence, 177 West Houston streati.New . York city.
MRS. MARY F. FARLOW. •
We, the - undersigned, residents of Now York, aro ac
quainted withltirs.Farlow, and know her statement
to botrue. - . rialep know that she used Dr. Schenck's
Pulmonic•Sprup and, , Seaweed Tonic, and have reason
to bolLivo that to Obi medicine she Owen her preserve- -
Con from a premature grave.
33. FARLOW., 117 West Houston st.
EUGENE UNDERHILL, 076 Greenwich et.
kilns. EUGENE UNDERHILL, 676 Greenwich at.
AUGUSTAUNDERHILi , 070 Greenwich at.
A. F. - HARRIS, 117 West Houston st.
EMILY GLOVER, 117 West Houston at.
J. L. COLE, 88 Cottage pl.
A.M. LEIGHTON. 483 Broadway.
,Map., BENJAMIN °LAPP, 19 Amity pl.
I am well acquainted with Mrs. Mary P. Barlow, and
• with her husband, Mr. B. Farlow, they having, for a
few months past,attended at my church, and I am con.
vlnced that any; statement which they Might Make
may be relied otitis true. 'JOHN . DOWLING, , D.D., 4
• Pastor of. Bedford St. Baptist Chinch N. Y ,
Dr. Schenck - will be - profosoionally at his principal
office No. 15 North Sixth street, corner of Commerce,
Philadelphia, every / Saturday,' from 9A. At.utitil 4 P.
No. 32 Bond "street, Now York, overy. Tuesday, from;
9 0,8; No. 3S Summer street,'Boston, Mass., , every
Wednesdy; from 9 to 8, and every other Friday at 108
Baltimore street: Baltimore,Md,_Alladvlce frog, but
. for a thorouglilexaMination of,thb latigalifthlas Be'.
spiroraoter, the charge is three dollars.
Pike of the Piilmonic Syrup and Seaweed Tonic, each
$1 boller battle, or tattpurltAfdozeu,Aluzulrelte.-
eentiper bag. , -
~Feraale by all,Druggistil and . Dealers.
1aie.1048e6747,,, , ;
VAMPLY DYE COLORS, '
4104, iti r !I' 4.41AFPF4.4
DRIGGS' NE W PATENT.
ARE the only Instruments constructed
on a truly scientific principle. They have groat
er strength, and will remain longer In Tune than any
other Piano., Tim construction is.shnple and natural
all the extraneous lumber in the body of the Instru
ment Is dispensed with; the sound boards aro merely
two arched planks of thin wood, like the front ',and
back of a violin ; the strings aro attached to a strong
Irou frame, which is separated and entirely independ
ent of the nue, thereby dispensing with the old harp
form of stringing, by substituting straight bridges,
preserving at the same time the Over lttrung Base, at .
which Mr. Briggs is the Inventor. By these improve.
monte we gain much more . vibratory power, at the
same time preserving all its purity and richness of
They have received the highest testimonials from the
Press, and all the principal artists in the country,
among which are:
Harry Sanderson, L. U. Gottschalk,
Max Maretzok, S. Thalborg,
Theodore ESA°ld, Wm. 'Mason,
Norman Wollenhaupt, A. Barill,
Francis H. Brown, M. Strackosch,
Wm. Henry Fry, Chas. Trade],
Mr. SIiGESMUND TEIALIIIERG, the great pianist,
says have examined your new Piano-fortes, end I
cordially approve of its system of construction. Its
principle, by which groat increase of vibratory power is
obtained, being very simple and perfectly philosophi
cal. The tone is grand and noble; it has great capac
ity for sustaining the sound or singing, and its vol
ume of tone or power I have never heard excelled in
depth, purity, and sympathetic sweetness.
HENRY FRY, Into musical critic of the N. Y.
Triblit:e says have examined your newly invented
Piano-Fortes. They merit all the praise given to them
by Messrs Thalborg, Gottschalk, Strackosch, Mason
and others. As regards structure', they are original
and philosophical; in purity, volume, and continuity
of tone; in vocal versimilitude, that crowning excel.
tones which enables the pianists to " slur ma the in
strument, your Pianos ever deserve the highest rank
Your invention, in my opinion, to destined to work
a radical change in the manufacture of Pianos through
ont the world.
From the N. Y. Herald, Enid, s.—Upon a careful OX
am i nation of I/ rlyrir'a Piano-Fort., wo
obtained are a very fine singing tone, great purity and
brilliancy Ihroughout the entire instrument, not often
found iu Pianos constructed upon the old plan.
The N. Y. Times, July Id, says:—We have now an
ument without an equal. It can sing with a
smooth delicacy, perfectly unattainable on any other
instrument; an ordinary player obtains with no exer
tion, the fullness of a Grand Piano-Forte, and they
must speedily supersede the old styles.
GENTLF.MEN :—llaving thoroughly examined and
tested the Piano-Fortes invented and patented by Mr
li. Nitro, I am of the opinion that the tone result
from his Improvements, as exhibited in the 1n
aments under examination, in point of richness
Oh and brilliancy, equals that of the best Grand
I lane Fortes ,
m ild excels them in pure, musical inton
ation and actual tone, power thus approximating
closer to what I consider perfection to the instrument
than has yet been achieved by any other system of
WM. h ALL & SON,
Before purchusfng, fiend fora descriptlio catalogue
Iron, English Refined.
4' CENTS lb. Nails, $5,50. Holse
and everything nice In proportion at
July 7, 1866
•Nnuti or:quilt° oto o4poddo Aploll 10A01113,11 AVON
‘SSWIO 'WIIO `SI.I , IIVd
` 9 Pul , l 11. J. DavmTuvlliT
opsocuoa put: u.Up.tod . u!
,cINA 'I Nijt.f7 0 1 ..I"Th`9.-13117
'suarmoa 2s 113711111
at TV. C. Sawyer Co's. great Dry Good
Emporium, east Main St., one door be-
: have just received from New
York our immense stock of Winter Goods. La
test Importations of French, English and German
ill silk and wool fabrics, Plain, Striped, Barred and
Figured styles, selling very cheap.
lato.ht Paris Mantles, Coats, Chesterfields and Circulars
at reduced prices.
FURS, FURS, FURS,
from the importers and manufactories, an immense
supply of all kinds, styles and qualities, Felling less
than city retail prices. Shawls, Shawls,
of every variety. OVERCOATINGS, CLOTHS and
CAKIDIERES. We get up suite at short notice and
In the best styles.
ALL KINDS OF NOTIONS, Drawers, DndorShirts,
Moves &e. Domestic (Mode In large quantities.
all grad. 011 Clothe, Flannels, Linens
Please call and examine the largest and host stork
In the Valley. We are determined to keep up nur old
reputation of selling good goods at very low priors,
W. C. SAWYER CO.
Iliahoet verb pi lose paid for Carpet Rags.
Nov. 24, 18115.
MONEY I MONEY I
Money Saved is Money Earned
FARMERS, Mechanics and laboring
men look to your Interests. If you wish to save
rummy, buy your
BOOTH, SHOES, HATS AND CAPS,
at PLANK'S Cheap Store, South West corner of North
Hanover St., and Locust Alloy, midway between Thu
diutu's and Wotzel's Hotels, Carlisle. where Boots,
Shoos, Hats and Caps can be had the commonest
article to the very best quality, at such prices that
defy competition. Go and sea them.
Remember the Stand, South West corner of North
Hanover St. and Locust Alley, midway between Thu
dium's and Wetzel's Hotels.
Oct• bar 6, 1805—tf
ESTEY'S COTTAGE ORGANS,
Cpttago Orgwa. '‘)o
ARE not only unexcelled, but thoy aro absolutely
unequalled, by any other Rood Instrument in the
country. Designed expressly for Churches and Schools,
they aro found to be equally well adapted to the parlor
and drawing room. For sale only by
IC M. BRUCE,
No. 18 North SEVENTH Street, PIIILADELIPIFIA.
AN-Also BRADBURY'S PIANOS, ands complete er.. ,
'sortment of the PERFECT MELODEON.
I Sept. 22, 1865-Iy.
FLOUR & FEED, ,
COAL, PLASTER & SALT
4vBEETEM & BROTHERS having
-. purchased of Snyder & Newcomer their auto:L
-e e Warehouse, (Henderaon'aold atand,)head of-High
atreet, bog leavuto inform the' publiethat they; - will
continue the lierviarding and Commission business on
a more entenalve scale than heretofore,' '
The highest marketprlco will be paid for Flour Grain
and Psonnto of, all kinds. ,
Flour and Food, Plaster, Salt and Ilay, kbpt con•
atantly on hand and for sale.•
Coal of all Untie, embracing
• LOCUST - MOUNTAIN
LAWBERRY, &0., &0..
, Ltmeburners' and,lllaoksmiths' Coal, constantly for
rate; 'Kept under cover, and ddlivered dry to any part.
of the town. Mott,. tinda of L'IMU3ER constantly
iylllllciivo their Warehouse ovary Morning ati O'clock,
arrive atilarrisburg at n o'clock, and at Iloward ,
Philadelphia, at 8 o'clock in the evening of same day
I ' J. RE.E'L'HALIt 13R08.
• Nov.;18'i•:1805. , • • • ' • • • .
4 lq . '
--ENVIAOOD, . ,----- • •: . ~-
I Eyed deeirlpSion . and quality of Groceries,
nee*warei hardware, Plekele, BAUCO; Fine Liquors;
, obseeo, t ilogarib Pipes, Fresh Prune and vegetables in
Catii;'OySterii dia Spices, 'Wood : and . Willow ware, •all,
• idnde and of : tlailest, gi,sality and .to be• sold at the
leyreetiptleite fct,etieh 14— ; ~,- . - , '• ' .
`, i r
L. M. GOTTSCHALK
low Martin's Hotel
- PROCLAMATION !
WIIERE.A.B, 1,,W.m. A. Birr,§, ear
flap. Pa. havitig,inst Vehirned from tho Eius•
ern cities with an extensive Assortmont of the moat
ashionable and brilliant colors of
Col'd Wool DoLanas, -
Therefore purchasers will trod It to their advantage
to give me a cull: • _
Also, the handsomest assortment - of
PLAID DRESS GOODS.
Particular attention given to Dlounairm GOODS.
WM. A. MILES.
Directly . opposlto the Mansion House, and ono door
west of the Post Office.
In Eby's Old Stand, Main St,
L. BERNHARD & SON,
INFORM the citizens of Carlisle and
vicinity'that they have just opened in the above
popular stand, an Inuhens° stock of
First Class Clothing,
and Gemtlemon's Furnishing Goode. Their stook con
sists in part of
Coats, Pants and Vests,
for civilian or soldier '
made after the latest patterns, of
Goods the quality of which cannot be questioned.
Overcoats of all varieties.
Trunks, Carpet Bags and Valises, Neck Ties, Scarfs and
Collars, Shirts, Drawers and Stockings
Fancy Goods of all descriptions.
In fact a complete and entire assortment of Clothing
and Furnishing Goode.
Don't forgot the place, Eby's Old Stand. "Marion
IIall," Main Street, Carlisle, Pa.
L. BERNHARD & SON.
December 23, 1864.
THE old Hardware stand of Lewis F.
Lyne, has passed into the hands of W. E. Miller
A. Bowers, who aro now transacting business un.
der the name and style of
MILLER & BOWERS
The new firm have just returned from the city and
are now prepaiod to furnish to the public at the lowest
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
lard smro, Couch Trimlug, Paints, Oils,
A, Aho k Into their sfitre will cow:toenail that they
have enough of goods to fully supply the demand in
this market. Persons wanting goods in our line will
find it to their advantage to give us a call. All orders
personally and promptly attended to.
July 7, 1865.
GIIIAND OPENING DAY
Greenfield & Shearer's.
v7 -- .111 have now ready for inspection
the most beautiful assortment of Dress floods
over exhibited in Carlisle, at prices within thu roach
of all. As we weio so iortunato as to be in Now York
during the Into
which lasted only two days, we have determined to
Os, out elintomers the advantage In all goods bought
during the two days, that goods wote sold at the low
est prices. Stacks of
DRESS GOODS !
Poplins Plain in Colors,
Plaid Poplins, Stripe do.
Brocade Reps, Foulard
Poplins. Empress Cloths,
Stool t'laids, French Morinoes,
in all colors, Coburgs of every shade
and color, Silk Plaid Crapes, Satin Grisallos, Plaid foil
de Chevres, DeLaines, all now designs.
In addition to tho abovo 11111a113111so stook of Dress
Deeds Greenfield & Raeder ba7e a full line of
at prices that defy competion. We can sell
MIISLINS, CALICOES, GINGHAM,
lower than other merchants paid for the same Goods
ten days ago. Those who desire a feast for their eyes
should not fail to call and OXIIIIIiIIO our Stock. Keep
to mind the place, South East turner Market Square,
Thankful for the past patronage we respectfully so
licit, a continuance of tho same.
W. C. SAWYER, .11. co. A. DuKr., .11“).
I have taken into partnership, Jno. B. Burkholder
and Jno. A. Duke (clerks in my store) for the purpose
of continuing the Pry Goods business under the title
of W. C. Sawyer St Co.
Our Store is now open for business where a ^ large
SE A AS' ONA BLE GOO AS'
may be found, we will be receiving
every day and intend to keep up the reputation of the
Store, fur activity, liberality, and for always having the
best stock of goods in the Valley.
Being very thankful for the large patron ago given
me by a generous public, 1 respectfully ask a contin
uance of the same to the New Firm. We will endeav
or to merit the favor of those who will give us a call.
The books of the late owner are hero for settlemen.
and persona Indebted are reque:ted to make settle
East Main Street ono door below Martin's Hotel.
W. 0. SAW YFAi
W. C. Sawyer & Co.
W. C. Sawyer, J. A. Duke, J. E. Burkholder.
HAVE just received from Stewart's,
Claffin and Mellen, Nov York, and the best
fti[t - a; In Philadelphia, the largest and best stock of
Fall and Winter Goods
EV ER BROUGHT TO THIS MARKET
Please call and examine our immense sleek of Alpine
and Rob Roy Plaids, Figured, Plain and Striped Em
press Olathe, Plain and Figured French Merinos, Reps,
Poplins, Alpaeas, and Estelle Cloths, Dress floods In
ovary variety of styles and shades, Ladies Dloth and
Mantles, of plain and bright Plaids SHAWLS, Black,
Plaid, 'troche and Thibet, Linen and Lace Collars,
Sleeves and Handkerchiefs. Our stock of Woolee
floods comprises Blankets, home made, Shaker Ballard
Vale, Red and Brown Flannels, Balmorala in all colors.
Domestics in Quantities.
DeLaines, brown and bleached Muslins, Cingbanis
'Pickings, Crashs, Shootings, Pillow Casings, &c.
Gents' and Bolls' Weal
Hull lino of Cloths, Caasimore, plain and fumy Scarfs
Ties, Handkerchiefs and Shirts.
HOSIERY & GLOVES.
Cotton and Wool for Ladies, Gouts, Miss,ti and Oh
FURNISHING GOODS of all kinds usually kept in
first class Dry Goods Stores, studios Carpets, Oil Cloths
Rugs, Mate, Looking Glasses, Shades, Draperies, Drug
We pay special attention to •
and will bo OM to fill all orders ,for Funerals; Cash
mores, SM(3 , uding Flannels, Craps Collars, Black Flo.
rill., Dam o Clothe, Empress, Rep, Poplin and Eugene
Mourning's; all qualities of
English and French
propos, Ribbons, ac. All'orders 'carefully attended to.
vig.. Fancy Dry Gooos, DOthostio do., Gonts Woar,
lioniery and Gloves, Kid Gloves, 'white and black col
ors and al l-sisearin- endloss-varleties at- -- - -
W. 0. SAWYER & Co.,
Ono Door Delon , Martin's Hotel,
East Main St., Carlisle, ,Pa.
9 opt. 29, 1965
BOOT and SHOE
, THE Subscriber having removed his
Boot & Shoe etorp from North Hanover street to
Wost Main street a few doors below the burnt corner,
opposite Marion Ball, is prepared to accommodate the
public with the very best assortment of
BOOTS AND SHOES,
ROME MADE 'WORK
of all kinds constantly on hand and made to order at
the shortest notice. I use nothing but the best mato
'vial and employ rtoiie but the best hands.
Especial attention given td the manufacture of
French Calf: Boots,. •
If you want'a neat fit that won't pinch give me a call.
Fine Calf 800 from $7 to $13,00 •
Coarse Bootefroncs2.6o to $8.60
Women's Shoos from $2,00 to $O.OO
'CHILDREN'S SHOES OF ALL KINDS.
• I have alot of Boy's and Women's Shoes that I am
oiling at cOtt .
Call end examine befole purchasing eisawhere.
• . West
co l lin }lT go ,'e
o D fp ti e t n ifit ta , l ifr o o n at z t e h ry b
13( 1 1. 0 ice at , the, -reeldeace of hie mother Eau
atteet t .three dooris balourßodfotd:
July 1,1804. , •
DORI' 'Folios, Writing'Desks, ,Baok
,jIL Gammon Boards, Gamma all docßciptlint at flay= Drug, Pansy and Book Store. • ;-• •
CIHOIOE BEGA.RB T08A000,...
GREENFIELD k SIIEAFER
'Stock ()UM* and. 040
AT KELLER'S OLD STAN!),
North. Hanover Street.
splendid- assortment of. all the new
'styles of Eldft & Straw
to now opon of city and home manafacture which will
be sold at the low,osp cash prices. Sunhats of allqual
ities from the finest Beaver and Nutria, to the cheap:-
est wool, and oD all colors, .nnsurpaseed by any this
side Philadelphia. A large stook of
Palm, Leghoria. 'Druid, India Panama, and
Straw._,Obildrons fancy. &a.
' Also a hill assortmeht of Mans, Boys . and children
caps of ovary deacilptlon and style,
The subscriber Invites all to come and examine his
stock. Doing a practical hatter, he fools confident of
giving satisfaction. .Thankful for the liberal patron-
age heretofore bestowed he solicits a continuance of
the same., Dont f, rget the stand, two doors above
Bhriner'e Hotel and next to Corman's shoe store.
JOHN A. KELLER, Agt.
N. B. Rats of all kinds made to order at short nothe
lARGE ARRIVAL OF FRESH
GROCERIES—FISH OF ALL KINDS.
Among which is a largo lot of real' genuine Balti
more dry salt HERRING, in oak barrels, MAOHAREL
at prices that is really astonishingly low. Flakela of
and a good assn wont of
TOBACCO AND SEGARS,
at tbo loweet rates for OASJI or Country Produce.
July 1, 1864.
At the Booms. of J. C. LESIIER,
715 G'S Building, south east corner
j Market Square, of Life Like pictures, consisting of
A M O ROTYPES,
CARTES DE VISTE,
in all styles and sizes, from Life size to the Miniature
pkture, for rings breast pins, &c. His pictures are
warranted superior to soy taken in this county or
elsewhere, his material is of the best, and his artists
cannot be surpassed. Pic'ure cases nod frames of all
qualities, from the richest gilt and carved rosewood, to
the plainest and cheapest. Ills prices are made to suit
all classes and conditions of men.
Thankful for past favors, and asks a continuation of
Oct. 6,1865-6 mo
NEW GOODS I NEW GOODS:
GRAND openiqg of unrivalled goods
just received from the Eastern IBMs ; consist
ing of choice and varied selections at A. W. Bentz's
atom, South Hanover St., I ho familiar and well known
Our list of Dross floods comprises.
In great variety Including the best goods imported,
Groil Chains. Lyons Taffeta, Oros do Rhino, Gras d'
Afrique and figured. Lupin's, Merinoeo In all color•
prices. Plaid Merinoeo and Poplins,
EMPRESS' CL 0 TI/S
figured and Plain, Alpaccaa all shades, Coburgs, De
Latnes of Elegant Designs.
Jaconets and Cambrics, Plain and Plaid liamsoolca
LINENS AND COTTON GOODS,
Mai seilles Counterpanes very cheap.
Every quality of white and colored flannols, Blank
Ms, Balmoral skirts &c. A largo stock of
Sattinette Velvet Cord, Home-made Jeans Jct.. I have
non a superior assortment of
Bennet Velvets and Silics, Bonnet and trimming Rib
bons, Mallnos, English Crapes and Laces.
Single and Double width all wool DeLaines, Em
Lupin's Bombazine. Cashmere, French
Merinoes, Velour Reps, Velour Ruse, Alpacca, Crape
Cloth, Queen Cloth, Striped Mohair.
English Prints, Thibet Long Shawls, Crape Veils
Collars, ilandlcerchiefs and Belting.
i\OTIONS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
Floor and Table Oil cloth, Window Shades, Erm.
brellas, and lionp.Sklrts. All vo•y low, and consider.
ably under the market prices
Nov. 3, 1865
THE PHCENIX PECTORAL
WILL CURE Your?. Coucal.
THE PLRENIX PECTORAL;
Olt, COMPOUND SYRUP OF WILD CHERRY AND
SEN-ERA SNAKE ROOT,
Will cure the Diseases of the THROAT & LUNGS,
Such as Colds, Coaghs, Croup, Asthma, Bronchitis
Catarrh, Sore Throat, Hoarseness, Whooping
Cough, &it. Its timely use will prevent
Anti even where this fearful disease has taken hold it
will afford greater relief than any other medicine.
Miss Kate Vanderslice of Pottsville, says "I was
benolltted more by using the Phoenix Pectoral than
any other medicine I ever used."
Elias Oberholtzer, of Lionville, Chester county, was
cured of t cough of many years' standing by using the
Joseph Lukens, of hail street, Phrenlxvillo, certifies
that he was cured of a cough of two years' standing,
when all other medicines had failed, by the Phoenix
Jtcob Powers certifies that ho has sold hundreds of
bottles 01 the Phoenix Pectoral, and that all who used
it bear testimony of Its wonderful effects in curing
John Royer, editor of the "Independent Phoenix,"
having used It. has no hesitation In pronouncing it a
complete moody for cough, hoarseness and irritation
In the throat.
The West Chester "Jefiersonlan" says: "We have
known Dr. Oberholtzer personally a number of years,
and it gives us the greater pleasure to recommend his
medicines. inasmuch as the public rarely have the
benefit of family medicines prepared by a physician of
his acquirements and experience.
Dr. Oberholtzer is a member of the. Alumni of the
Medical Department of the University of Pennsylva
nia, at which inetitution ho graduated in 1854."
The Reading "Gazette" says : " This cough remedy
lo made up by .Dr. L. Oberholtzer, of Plneniaville, Pa.,
and it has acquired an unsurpassed reputation in cur
ing coughs. It is carefully and skillfully prepared
from Wild ()berry Bark and Sonolut Snake Root."
Dr. Geo. B. Wood, Professor of the Practice of Medi
cine in the University of Pennsylvania, Physician to
:he Penneylvgnia Hospital, and one of the authors of
the United States Dispensatory, says of Smoke Snake
(toot: "Its action is specially directed to the lungs."
The proprietor of this medicine has so much confi
dence in its curative powers, from the testimony of
hundreds who have used it, that the money will be
paid back to any purchaser who is not satisfied with its
It is FO pleasant to take that children cry for it.
Tt costs only Thirty-five cants—large bottles $l.
It is Intended for only one class of diseases, namely,
thorn of the Throat and Lunge.
Prepared only by
LEVI ODERHOLTiER, M. D.,
Sold by all Druggists and Storekeepers.
IThhnston, Holloway & Cowden, No. 28 North Stith
Street, Philadelphia, General Wholesale Agents.
D. W. Gross & Co., Wholesale Agents. Harrisburg.
Haveratick's Drug Store, agency for Carnal!),
N. D.—lf:your nearest druggist or storekeeper does
not keep this medicine do not lot him put you off Ithn
~oniVother medicine, baronet' heeaak es more money on
it, but send at once to ono of the agents for it.
March 10, 1805—Iy
FOURTH ARRIVAL I
aving taken the advantage of the
• great decline in all kinds of Dry Goods that has
; Ina occurred In -The-Itipatortr-blailkopi,acs- Lav,yirt
made a large addition to our Winter Stock, and have
marked every thing down to correspond with the
present prices. Dean call and see the great Bargaine
you can now got in an kinds of
FANCY DRESS GOODS,,
CAN TON , TLAN NELS,
• • TIOIKINGS,•
Great Bargains in Blankets. Groat Bargains In Shawls,
Great Bargains in CLOTHS and CASSIMEBES. Grand
display of ' •
Grand display of Ladles, Misses and 'Chlldron's Furs.
Grand display of CLOTH CLOAKS,. A full stock of
all kinds of .
WOOLEN GOODS, •
such as !Ueda, Nublas, Jackets, Shirts aud Drawdrej
Scarfs, Tlos, nose, Gloves, Sol:dugs, &e, to.
011 Clothe, !tugs, Matta, Window Shades, Bce.
Please mill and coo for -yonreelvao that wo aro fully
propttred to give you the. greatest :Bargains You have
aeon fix a long time, and_we have determined not to
bo undersold, and always take great . pleaenre in. exhib•
aim; °hi , complete; "stook of goads' suitable' for the
De . c. , 16, 1805
CARLISLE FEMALE COL'
'8 0 ,,;.' T . • DiLugherLy 0 .E'r9gudent,
FOR BO44DING ,j• DAY:BOEO4AM.
E(IS - gO di in ary tire -
L E school:1401i under the charge of Illiss.ldarigtvi
nor, will be open under the direction of %nick.
orty. dilErdeldept, with A full ce;pe,et able instructors,.
se to gbie to' tilhyMing thoyouvhbducation. In
;Englieh and Olaosical iittelits In: ttei trench 'and ,Cier
'man languagee,_in Mdd, 'Painting, iiiid-other-orna
:men4al branches. „
• Especial Care will be-given to boadera luithe2 (Lily
ipf the President. $, • • ' '
A 'primary departeadnf 'for the , y ' Munger
te,had connection ,with,the collegiate department,
. The Buskin will open en WmAbeacley, September etle:'
iii the lout Behool rooms designed for tbritpum
pose and attached to:the Entory,churelt,
, Per ,termitup_p4; t s , f4- 9 ,yreo li nt.
18 180 • • • • •••
CASH CAPITAL,. -
_Loss:ear LIF OltslNaitkr
3 DOLLARS sepures a Polioyfor.,sl,9 0 0
payable' In case of death from accident.
El DOLLARS secures ei Polley far $l,OOO, payable in case
of death from accident, and also insure. 45.00
per week compensation in case of accident not
devising death, but disabling from pursuit of
usual avocations. , ,
25 DOLLARS a Policylbr $5,000, with $25 per week
Other sums In like propor:lon.
GENERAL ACCIDENTS include Scalds, Guo-shot
wounds, Dislocations, Sprains, effects of lightning or
explosions, Choking, Drowning, or any accident result
ing from external causes.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
SETH PADELFORD, Preal National Bank of North
A. E. DURNSIDE, Major General U. B. A.
J. S. PHETTEPLACE, Firm of Theßeplace A Seagrave
ALLEN 0. PROB., President Narragansett Ina. Co.
HENRY H. ORMSBEE, Pree't Manners Mutual Fire
JABEZ C. KNIGHT, Merchant.
THOMAS G. TURNER, Pros't Equitable Ins. Co.
ALEXANDER PARNUId, Merebant.
J. S. PARISI!, ' Soc'y Atlantic Insurance Co.
FRANK MACRAE', American Steamboat CO.
L. B. FRIEZE, With A. A W. Sprague.
ROYAL C...TAFT, Firm of Taft Wooden & Co.
3. H. Di WOLF, Pres't• American Insurance CO.
BENJAMIN BITPFUM, American Wood Paper CO.
JOHN T. MAUBAN, Manufacturing Jeweller
HENRY H. tarMSEEE. President.
agent at Carlisle, Cumberland Co. Pa, whaisalso agent
for Guardian Life Insurance Company, of New York.
These companies stand deservedly In the front rank
of Insurance companies in this country.
Policies issued without delay.
Nov. 24, 1865-4 m.
J. C. LESHER
A new and extensive lot of Winter
I — lLl:Mods Is just being opened at Ogilby's.
Those goods have, been purchased during the last
week when goods were lower than they have been for
some time. All In want of
and DeLamm would do well to call and examine before
Also a fine lot of fancy articles for
which will be sold cheaper than can be bought else
Do not forget the old stand on the Corner opposite
the Poet Office.
Dec. 15, 1865. CHAS. OGILBY.
JW. SMILEY, has just received a
large and elegant assortment of superfine and
medium quality of FRENCH AND GERMAN CLOTHS,
BLACK AND FANCY CASSIMERES AND VESTINOS;
a general assortment of Union CASSIMERES, SATI
NETS, JEANS, &c., all of which I will manufacture to
order, In superior style, at moderate prices, or sell by
the yard. 1 have secured the services of TILOUPSON
S. REUNITER, one of our most fashionable and popu
lar Tailors, who will - always be found in the store to
cut and superintend the manufacturing department,
and be hereby invites his old patrons and the public
to give him a call.
A large assortment of
Ready Made Clothing.
of our own manufacture for men and boys, at prices to
suit the times, will always be found on our shelves.
My stock of prime Kip, Water Proof Calf and heavy
boots &r., for Lupo and boys is very large and complete
together with a full assortment of women's and chil
dren's lino and every day wear, all of which you will
find selling at the very lowest prices possible. Come
see and be satisfied.
A. VV. BENTZ
at low prices; - ....._.
Do not fall to give me a call, as I will always be glad
to see you, and feel confidant that I can supply you
with as good, well made and desirable Clothing, Boots,
Shoes, flats, fin ' as can be found in the market, and I
think at lower prices.
North Hanover street, between Shrelner's hotel and
halbert's corner, Carlisle.
CO ArS / "MPTION
Samaritan's Gift !
SAMARITAN'S GIFT !
THE MOST CERTAIN REMEDY EVER
Contains no Mineral, no Balsam, no Mercury
Only Ten Pills to be Taken to Effect a Cure.
THEY are entirely vegetable, having
no smell nor any unpleasant taste, and will not
in any way Injure the stomach or bowels of the most
Cumin from two to four days, and recent cases in
"twenty-four hours." Prepared by a graduate of the
University of Pennsylvania, one of the most eminent
Bodoni and Chemists of the present day.
NO EXPOSURE, NO TROUBLE, NO CHANGE
Lot those who have despaired of getting cured, or
who have been gorged with Balsiin Mercury, try the
Sent by mail in a plain envelope.
Price—Male package, $2. Female $3.
TRH SAMARITAN'S ROOT AND HERB JUICES, IS
the most potent, certain and effectual remedy ever
prescribed—it reaches and eradicates every particle of
the veneral poison, so that the cure is thorough and
permanent. Take then of this purifying remedy and
be healed, and do not transmit to your posterity that .
for which you may repent in after years.
DO NOT DESPAIR
although you may be pronounced incurable, the
SAMARITAN'S ROOT & 11*R11 JIIIORS
will remove every vestige of impurilles from the sys
tem, as well as all the bad effects of Mercury.
In many affections with which numbers of Females
ROOT it HERB JUICES,
to most happily adapted, in Whites, in bearing down,'
Falling of the. Womb, Debility, and for all complaints
incident: ta tins sex. ..Bent by express 'Price $1,25 per
Is used In conJUnction with tha Root and Herb Juices
Full directions. 'Price 26 mints, . ,
. The efficacy of .thefie remedies is alike acknowledged
phySicians and: ,patients, „They are need in ,the
United States hospitals, thpa restoring the. health of
many of our bravo soldiers. . .
What the , Surgeons 'say of the Stk.
'jibes° great satisffiationoin *dating that' I Rare
used the Samaritan's Remedies' for. Venereal, plaeass
dolts niost' enstonlary forms; that 'I have need Ahern
withjudgment, discretion, and,,urpperlyrand 'have
found them respond-to my anticilletlons prompt:fp:and
effeetually. , l Knowing their Jcanincaition, T . bare the
'fullest confidence'in their efficacy; and-as UV' ad'iny
use of them extends, I recommend them strongly;
' ' '“KLYItED 11014RftS;
"Assistant Surgeon Sib New York
LEIVO! J mi.LLER
Loh it be ,understood that these remedies - are an nee
'oulmendedi and will positively suns tho diseases 'for
which than are offered--
For sato at HaveretWe Drirg . Stori4 inenover Street
Carltele t Pa. • •
~ :i„.DEmoNti. 4 Co. PropitotOriii .
NO Race St, P.4lidel.p.bbl.
Pat LOTANS wilt find it to their ad
vantag94(l call and purchase their litAdlclnes at:
July 1,0884. • , .
miiitoo .L .,,etui,,32ono;466rdoolu'i,
Deeartea" .74trine ATll,43c6smpuha.
A4 - A - nrqz AtiopEsiv,6
TravelmV: - insurance Company.
- - - $200,000,
OF EVERY Dzscuirnow
J. S. PARISH, Vice Presikent.
H. M. RAWSON, Secretary
FIOLLINSHEAD & GRAVES,
230 Walnut Si. Philadelphia
H. M. DONEHOO,
I will let no man undersell m4S
BOOTS, SHOES AND HATS
Trunks, Travelling-Bags &c
September 8,1866-3 m
"Yes, A Positive Cure."
BLOOD! iBLOOD! BLOOD !
SCROFULA, ULCERS, SORES, SPOTS, TETTERS
SCALES, DOHA OP,VENERBAJE, DISEASES, &c.
ROOT, & HERB JUICES
Is offered the public as a positive cure
[FoT the Baltimoia Ban.]
"PoBT HOSPITAL, POUT BlAnanA4,
- Daltimoro, Bid., Feb. 29, 1804:
3 113; . 21, 186510 m
Y - Sti
(Not a Whisky Prepaiation.)
DEBILITY 1., DEBILITY
resulting from any cause whatever
MESTORATIOk OF - THE SYSTEM,
Diseases of Camp Life
Soldiers, Citizens, •
Male or Female,
Adult or Youth
WILL FIND IN BITTERS
a pure Toulc, not depondont cn bad liquors for tbolr
almost miraculous abets.
AND DISEASES RESULTING BROM DISORDERS
OF.TIIE LIVER. AND 'DIG ESTI VD ORGANS.
• 40,ORLAND'S , GERMAN BITTERS,
This Bitters htui
PERFORMED MORE CURES,
GIVES BEWBR , SATISFAC
HAS MORE TESTIMONY,
Haw more Bospoctablo People to vouch for It, than any
Other article lu•tho Market.
We defy any one to contradict this assertion, and
WILL PAY $lOOO
to any ono who will produce a certificato published by
us that is not genuine,
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS
WILL CURE EVERY CASE OF
Chronic or Nervous Debility,
Diseases of the Kidneys,
and Diseases arising from a disor-
Observe the folltlwing symptoms resulting trom dis
orders of the digestive organs:
Constipation, Inward Piles, Fullness of Blood
the Head. Acidity of the Stomach, Nausea,
Heartburn, Disgust for Food, Fullness or
Weight in the Stomach, Sour Eructa
tions, Sinking or Fluttering at the
Pit of the Stomach, Swimming
of the Head, Hurried and
Fluttering at the
• Heart, Choking or Suf
focating Sensations when in a
lying Posture, Dimness
of Vision, Dote
or Webs before the Sight,
Fever and Dull Pain in the Head,
Deficiency of Perspiration, Yellowness
of the Skin and Eyes, Pain in the side,
Back, Chest, Limbs, &c., Sudden Flushes of
Heat, Burning in the Flesh, Constant imaginings
of Evil, and great Depression of Spirits.
' That this Bitters is not Alcholie,
CONTAINS NO RUM OR WHISKEY,
AND CANNOT MAKE DRUNKARDS,
BUT IS THE BEST TONIC IN THE
From the Nev. Levi G. Beck, Pastor of the Baptist
Church, Pemberton, N. J., formerly of the North Bap
tist Church, Philadelphia, at present Pastor of the
Baptist Church, Chester, Pa.
• s • a • s • • •
I have known Hootland's German Bitters favorably
for a number of years, I have used them in my own
family, and have been so pleased with their effects,
that I was induced to recommend thorn to many oth
ers, and know that they have operated in a strikingly
beneficial manner. I take great plea,sure in thuspub-
Holy proclaiming this fact, and calling the attention
of those afflicted with the diseases for which they are
recommended, to those bitters, knowing from eaperi•
once that my recommendation will be sustained. I
do this more cheerfully as Hoofiand's Bitters is intend
ed to benefit the afflicted, and is "not a rum drink'
J. W. BNILLEY,
From R. W. D. BeMfried, Pastor of Twelfth Dap
tlst Church, Phila.
Gentlemen have recently eon laboring under
the distressing effects of indigestion, accompanied by
a-prostration of the nervous system. Numerous rem
edies were recommended by friends, and some of them
tested, but without relief. Your Geoßand's German
Bitters were recommended by persons who had tried
them, and whose favorable mention of these bitters
Induced me to try them. I must confess that I had
an aversion to Patent Medicines trom the "thousand
and one" quack "Bitters," whose only aims seems to
be to palm off sweetened and drugged liquor upon the
community in a sly way, and the tendency of which,
I fear, is to make many a confirmed drunkard. Upon
learning that yours was really a medicinal prepara
tion I took It with happy effect. Its action, not only
upon the stcmach, but upon the nervous system, was
prompt and gratifying. I feel that I have derived
great great and permanent benefit from the use of n
From A. M. Spangler, Editor of the Oulturiet, No
25 North Sixth Street,
Some eighteen months since I was a severe sufferer
from Dyspepsia. I was not only unable to take plain
fbod without suffering groat distress, but had become
so debilitated as to be almost unfitted for active busi
ness of any kind.
After trying a variety of so-called remedies, all of
which.prosed worthless, I was induced, at the sugges
tion of a medical friend, to give Hoofland's German
Bitters a trial. I accordingly purchased eta bottles,
which were taken in accordance with your directions.
The result was complete removal of all distressing
symptoms, after eating or drinking, and a full restora
tion of strength, so that I now eat all ordinary kinds
of food with impunity, and am able to attend to all
the actives duties of a large and arduous business as
well as at any period of my life, the good effects of the
Bitters were pal:gloated before I had taken the first
I have also used& in my family with the happiest
results, and take great pleasure In adding my testi•
nony to that of the many others who have been bone-
fitted by thorn. - I find great benefit from the use of a
bottle in the spring and fall. They not only create a
vigorous appetite, but give a health tone to the stom
ach, by strengthening its digestive powers.
If the aboye testimony will be the means of induc
ing ahy who suffer from dyspepsia - to give your bitters
a trlal(when it, I feel confident, will give them re.
lief,) it Is at your service. Yours, truly,
From the Rev. E. D. Pendell, Assistant Editor Chris
tian Chronicle, Phila.
I haie derived decided benefit from the woof Hoof
laad's German Bitters, and feel It my privilege , to rea
ommend them sea moat valuable tonic, to all who are
suffering froMgerieral debility or from diseases arising
from derangement of the liver.
Yount; truly. ,E. D. FENDALL.
From Itev. D. Merrill°, Pastor of tho Passynnk Dap
tist Church, Phila.
, From the many respectable' recommendations given
given to Dr. Hoolland's Gorman Blttoro.l was Induced
to give them. iv Atteil using several bottles I
found them to be a good remedy for ,debility, and, a
',most excellent tonic for tho stomach. •
From Bev. Wm. Smith, formerly Pastor, of the
Vlncenteern and Billlvllle (N. J.') baptist Churches
. , ,
having need In my family a number of bottles of
your Roofland's German Bittork. I have to sa)mthat I
:regard them as an excellent medicine, specially adapt
ed to remove the 'diseases they are recommended for.
Tikey:stlengthon and Invigorate the system when do.
'ldlitated, and pre useful in disorders of the liver, loss
of appetite, ltd. -.,bave, also, roccenroended: therd
several ormy friends; who have tried them, and found
them greatly beneficial in the restoration of health
W.l4fAhl 131111Tfl, ,
960 llntcl;insort Street.
. • ,
prom J . 0. lbifermed Church .
Futatown, Berko Cdunty,
Respected Sir iy4liame been troubled with Byripop
nLa nearly twenty years, and have' never need, any
medicine that did spa mdth toed ai
tors. lam very much improveddn health; after hay.
lug taken Bye Bottles. Yonra, with respect,
J. B. HERDLAN
BilwAitn Or OOLINTRIII,EITii. , •'
See that the, elgnattife.9/ PC; JAOIIBOIO Is on the
wrapper clench bottle. ,
Single Bottle One Doildr, or's \Mill .Dos: for $6.
.Bbenild yogr. neasuet, :druggist not bave•the ankle
do not be put off by any ‘ ot.tbo I:lto.*,kting prgparr4-1
tione tkult lw-bo offered. ld'ltfpite4e, but ~opd to ue
AniviiiiVerfeurel:y•paoked by , express:-
PRINOIPADODNION AND trialkWßAOlDiti
tlBl Arch Street, Philadelphia, P.
,I Bd ig ei " ls r t # ' 9, ; : r . if t: J A °l .ir t !. ' k C° A
80r*tbr.ittuddItte and Dealers !n every town in
115Un." 4134400 . ,,,, tl.r•:(1
68. 3,3,8131-2 y:
ARE CURED BY
Read who Says So
LEVI a BECK
• s a
Very respectfully yours,
W. D. BEIGFRIED,
No. 251 Shackamaxon S tree
PIIILADELPLIZA, July 15, 1805
A. AL SPANGLER
ON and after MONDAY, November 20 )
1805, Doeenger Trains will run daily, as follows,
. VON OIIAMMENSBURG AND nAmittsauna.
Leave Hagerstown, 7:10 A. M., 2:46 P. M,
.., " Greencastle, 7:46 " 3.86- .: 4i
Arc at 8,17 ''4:2o . "
8:26 " 1:15
8:66 " 1:48
9:27 " 2:21
A.M 10:08 " 3.04 "
" Mechanicsburg 7:21" 10:30 " 3:37
Arrive at Ilarrisburg 7:50" 11:10 " 411.0 "
FOR OFIAMBERSBy,RCLAND HAGERSTOWN :
Leave Harrisburg 8:40 A. M., 1:40 P. M 13:0 P.M
" Mechanicsburg 0:18 " 2:20 " 6:05 "
" Carlisle 9:68 " 2:63 " 5:30 "
Nowvllle 10:34 " 3;29
" 8141lensburg 11:07" 4:00
Ghambere'-g, Leave 11 : 40 4.;3 : 2„ 7,
Leave Greencastle 12:25 P. M. 5:30 "
Arrive at Hagerstown 1:00 " 6:10
making close connections at Harrisburg with Trains
to and from Philadelphia, Now York, Pittsburg, Balti
more and Washington.
Ala?. Tho Train leaving Hardsburg at 4:30, P. M.,
rune only as far as Carlisle. 0. N. LULL, &Vt.
Buperin tendont's oMce,
Chamb'g. Nov. 24, 1865. E
COAL AND LUMBER YARD.-
The subscriber having leased the yard formerly
occupied by Armstrong and Hoffer, and purchased the
COAL AND LUMBER,
fa the yard, together, with an immense new stock
will have constantly on hand and furnish to O
der all kinds and quality of seasoned
Paling, Plastering Lath, Shingling, Lath, worked
Flooring and 'Weatherboarding, Posts and Rails, and
every article that belongs ton Lumber Yard.
All kinds of Shingles, to wit: Whitopine, Hemlock
and Oak, of different qualities. Having cars of my
own I can furnish billd to order of any length and
adze at the shortest notice and etn the most reasonable
terms. My worked boards will be kept under cover
so they can be furnished dry at all times.
I have constantly an. band all kinds of Family
Coal under cover, which I will deliver clean to any
part of the borough. To wit:
Lylcens Valley, Broken, Egg,
~..., t : Stove and Nut, Luke Fiddlers
.6,14:1,, Trevorton, Locust Mountain,
111 Il ear , " -- ,,,,iim i Lobbury, which I pledge my
..,.,111!,,..M..it c.... self to sail at the lowest
Best quality of
Limeburner's and Blacksmith's Coal,
always on hand which I will sell at the lowest figure
Yard west side of Grammar school, Main street.
ANDREW 11. BLAIR.
June D 21865. tf.
ou:111.1111 Allen and Eastpennsboro' Mu
tual Fire looaradcu Company of Cumberland
nty, Incorporated by an act of Assembly, in the
year 1843, and having recently had Its charter extend
ed to the year 1883, is now In active and vigorous op.
oration, under tho superintendence of the following
board of Managers, viz:
William R. Gorges, Chrlstit.o Stayman, Jacob Eberly
D. Bally, Alex. Cathcart, .1. 11. Coover, John Eichelber
ger, Joseph Wickersham, Saml. Eberly, Mesas Bricker,
Rudolph Martin, Jacob Coover, and 1. C. Dunlap.
The rates ofinsurance pre as low and favorable as
auy Company of the kind In the State. Persons wish
ing to become members are invited to make applica
lion to the agents of /be Company, who are willing to
wait upon them at any thou.
WM. R. GOROAS, President,
Eberly's Mills, P. 0
CHRISTIAN STAYMAN, Vico President,
slechatalceburg, P. 0
JOHN C.DUNLAP, Sect'y. Mechanicsburg.
DANIEL DAILY, Dilisburg, York Co.
Cumberland county.—John Sheri-Irk, Allen ; Henry
Soaring, Shiremanstown; Lafayette l'effor, Dickinson;
Henry Bowmen, Churcbtown ; Mode Griffith, Smith
'Middleton; Samuel Graham. Weetpenneborol; Samuel
Coover . , lechaniceburg ; J. W. Conklin, Shepherdstown
D. Coover, Upper Allen; .1. O. Saxton, Silver Spring;
John flyer, Carlisle; Valentine Penman, New Cumber
land ; James McCandlish, Newville.
York county—W. S. Picking. Dover; James Griffith,
Warrington; J. F. Deardorff, Washington; ltichey
Clark, Dilleburg ; D. Mutter, Fairview; John 'Williams
Dauphin co.—Jacob Houser, Harrisburg.
Membora of the Company having pollclos about to
expire, ban havo them renewed by making application
to any of the Agonte.
July 1, 1864.
LYNCH & FOOTE,
Plumbers & Gas Fiiters.
rilhe subscribers inform the public tha
thoy still coutiattb tre
GAS FITTING AND PLUMBING
businos at the Old Stand in the basement of the P
Methodist Church. They will attend promptly to
business in their line.
Lead and Iron I'ipea, Hydrants, Hot and cold
Water Closets, Sores and Litt Pumps, Wro't Welded
Tubes, Iron Sinks, Bath Tube, • Bath Boilers, Wash Ba
sins, Hydraulic Items, &c., and every description o.
cocks and fittings for gas, steam, water, Sm. Superior
cooking ranges, heaters and gas fixtures put up In
churches, stores and du etlings, at short itatico,lii the
most modern style. All materials and work in our
line at low rates anti warran'sd. •
Country work and jAhllg n-qmptly attended to
July 1, 1864.
First Prize Medal at the Worldle Fair
z. •.; t.
THE undersigned has just received,
and intends to keep constantly on hand a full as-
sortment of the unequalled Pianos manutactured by
Steinway & Sons of New York.
Each instrument wilt be carefully selected In the
Manufactory, and will be gold at the
New York Cash Factory Prices,
with the addition of Freight to Cat Helm
A written guarantee of entire satisfaction will be
given by the subscriber to each purchaser.
Persons desirous to purchase aro invited to call and
examine those unrivalled Pianos, at
R. E. Shopley's Jewelry Store,
Main Street, 3d door east of tho Mansion House, near
the Railroad Depot,
SECOND.IIAND PIANOS received in exchange and
kept for sale and to rent.
Carllalo, May 22, 1803—ly
A. B. EWING'S
West High Street, Carlisle, Pa
.(Preiniuni an; ardti at the Cumberland
County Agricultural Fair of 18.57,)
The subscriber liasjust received the most splendid
assortment of articles in his line, over brought to this
nlace—which he is determined to soli at prices that
Dining—room. JE' URN IT 1r1.11.14.
• ofiloe • •
Embracing every article used by Muse and note!
of tha most approved and thshionabli, . design
and finish. Including also Cottago furniture in setts,
reception and Camp Chairs, Mattrasses, Mit frames,
pictures, &0., &c.
.Particular attention given as usual to funerals;
'oilers from town and country, attended to promptly
'and on moderate terms
i July 1,1804
I pl ' AINTs ANTY OILS.—
lo Tons White Load. 1000 Gallone of OIL Just
•Milved with' a largo aisortmont of ..
*an:ashes' ' . 1 - Fire Proof Paint,
Turpentine,, Florence White, ~.,,d
Japan, White Zinc '
Putty, Colored Zinc, •
Labarge, Rod Load
Whiting, Rolled Oa,
• Glue, • • , Lard 011,
Obellao r ..' •Op ortn 011,
Paint,BrushOO, Fish 011, &0.,
Color. of every description dry, and' Oil In cane and
ulna at the IlardWare'Storo of
: JUIY 1, 1804. ,
B;ya.ps Pulmonic Wafers,
••, AT RALSTON'S
p. Ng goo&Phto t stiapli - is *mlt tv.iloz-•
on poor prom Who will give poor *tura to a
lend ? An PHOTOGRAPHS madg fit . : , ..•
. • KIVI.4.Iq‘!S ROOM, ,-
are warrantrobt&glwriuitiolliotiou or they, will bo ro
taken. , • ,
- i — Oot:2o, UM.
y)IPES, Tobsooo,. (smoking and chew
in g ) and Boor* at liavoildlak's Drug and Book
tore. • l(i': ,
jf. I. C. LCCIifIR: " • '
below Bout B44 bau7o.llt, 1 : 9::
Cumberland - Valley Rail Road Com
FREIGHT DEPOT, CARLISLE.
T"Cumberland Talley, Penneylva- ,
nla and Northern Central Rail Road Companies
have made an arrangements to do a
'Joint 15. eight and Forwarding Business
between the Cities of Philadelphia, Baltimore and New
York. The Cumberland, Valley Rafl Road Company
will open their Freight Depot at Carlisle on the Ist
January 1866 forth° receipt and shipment of all goods
entrusted to them.
Freight, to bo forwarded by this arrangement must
be loft at Pennsylvania Rail Road Company! Depot
corner of 16th and Market - Bt., Philadelphia. North•
ern Central Rail Road Company's Depot Baltimore
and Cumberland Valley Rail Road Company's
Depot at Carlisle.
The public will find it to there Interest to ship
through the Rail Road Company's'Froight Houses and
by Company Cars.
J. & D. RITOADB,
Freight Agora Carlisle
500,000 MORE MEN WANTED.
TO PURCHASE THEIR
Spring and Su m m e r Clothing of
A T his cheap Clothing ;Ritablishment
IlLon North Hanover street, Carlisle, from one at
tho largest and best stocks of
READY MADE CLOTHING,
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, ANL
over brought to this place. Having just returned fro
the Campaign, ho ackveowledges his gratitude to the
citizens of Carlisle and vicinity for the extensive pat
ronage they Have bestowed upon him, and takes the
present opportunity to respectfully solicit a continu
ance of the same. UM rtock of ready.mado
SPRING AND SUMMER CLOTHING,
is not surpassed in this place, either in quality or in
extreme cheapness. Remember that he also makes
clothing to order; having in his employ err experi
enced cutter Frourmy extensive purchase in the
eastern cities, I feel confident that I cannot be under
sold by any other establishment, either Gast, West,
North or South. Livingston has always been the trot
to supply you with clothing, twenty-tive Per cont.
cheaper, and one hundred per rent. better than you
can purchase elsewhere, Come auel'examine his stork
when you want to purchase clothing.
North Conover Street.
April 28, 1865
The subscriber now manufactures and
keeps constantly on hand, on North Street, east
"hoodlum's Betel, a large ass' rtmont of
such as Horse Powers, Threshing Machines with Sep , -
_ rotors attached,
straw Clove r and Fod d
lthilkAN of which are the latest and the beet
Particular attention paid to Repair
ing of all kinds of Agricultural Implements at short
notice and reasonable prices.
Thankful for former favors I tespeolfully vollvit a
•hare of public patronage
A T the store of John Irvine, on 03
_L - I L N. E. sornar of the pnbile square, is the piece to
purchase Boots Shoes lints uud Caps, at priers that
Ile has just returned from the East with the largest
and most complete assortment of Boots, noes, Hats
Caps that he has ever promoted to this community.
and which be is determined to sell at the lowest pos.
siblo prices. Ills stock embraces everything in his
line of bosiness, such as
MEN'S & BOYS' FINE CALF BOOTS,
Kip 'Boots, Calf and Patent Leather Oxford Ties, Call
and patent Leather Oaltegs, Calf Nullifiers, Calf and
Kip 'Brogans, Slippers, ,te,
Fino French and lingilida Lasting Gaiters, Morocco Call
and Kid Boots, Fine Kid Slippers, Faney Slippers, Mee
roecc, and Kid Buskins, &c.,
MIS ES AND CHILDREN'S WEAR of all &scalp
tions embracing fine Lasting Halters, Morrocco and
Lasting Button Boots, Morrocco Lace boo's of all kinds
fancy shoes of various styles slippers, Ac.
HATS CAPS, Silk, Cassimere. Fur and Wool Hats
of all qualities and styles, also a large assortment of
Boots and Shoes made to order at the shortest notice
Repairing ppomptly dean. Confident of his ability to
please all clan es of customers, he respectfully invites
the public to give him a call.
Imitemember the place, N. E. corner of the Public
July 1, 186,1
HAT AND CAP EMPORIUM.
HE undersigned respectfully announ
cop to the public that he still continues the Hat
t ng Iltriness at the old stand, in West High street
and with a renewed and efficient effort, produce irti
cies of Head Dress of
Every Variety, Style and Quality,
that shall be strictly In keeping with the Imploue
ment of the Art, and fully up to tho age which
I have on hands splendid
10 , assortment of
HATS AND c.Aps4.
ofall descriptions, from the common Won!
to the finest Fur and Silk Hats; and at prices that
must suit every One who ha■ an aye to getttng the
worth of his money. The stock includes,
MOLESKIN, CASSIMERE, BEAVER & FELT HATS,
of every style and color and unsurpluiSed for Lightness
Durability and finish; by those of any other establish
moist in the oeuntry.
Men's, Iloy's and Children's Hat's and Caps. of every
description constantly on hand.
Ile t espectfully Invites all the old patrons and as
many new ones as possible, to give him a call
July 1, 18C4
IMPORTANT TO ALL SUFFERING FROM
DEFECTIVE EYE SIGHT.
•T . ROSENDALE, Oculist Optician,
is now permanently located at 29 North 22 St,
J. lt. respectfully solicits Ladies and Gentlemen who
are In the habit of wearing the Glasses now in common
use, (and which are generally so injurious to the eight
owing to their attracting heat and drawing the eyes,
or who may have had their sight impaired by the use
of such Glasses, weakness opacity, or any other defect
to make a trial of the nil ROVED PERISCOPIC! LENS.
These Spectacles will enable aged persons to sit for
any length of time at ..ho minutest employment, either
by day or candle light, and will not require the change
o greater magnifying powers so frequently as the
Glasses in common use. They are manufactured by
machinery on a new construction, peculiar to the in
Always on hand a large assortment of Microscopes,
Telescopes, Opera and Field Olassea, Thermometers,
rorneters, Magnets, Magic Lanterns, , Llissolving Appa
ratus, Electrical Machines, Therescopes, and One
Views. Cataloguesseut grati
January 20 11305—1 y
JOHN K ST AYNIAN
- ia c:t. io 4a ries.
PAVING just ieturned from the
Eastern cities desire to inform their patrons that
have laid in a large and varied stock of New and
Fresh Goode at the lowest mils prices.
Their assortment Is thorough and complete, contain.
lug everything ueeassaay to constitute a First Class
TEAS, COFFEES, SUGARS,
in greatest abundance, and at lawest cash flgures:=
Syrups, Spices, Canned Fruits, QUEENSWARE and
Crockery, Salt and k:lsh, llama, Choose , Crackers,
Brushes, Baskets and Willow Ware.
Segars and Tobacco,
of the choicest brands. Brooms, Buckets, and a com
plate assortment of
FAMILY GROCE t RIES.
Don't forgot the old stand, South East corner of
Feb. 24, 1844
. Oarpetings and 011 Cloths.
TOW receiving at Ogilby's cheap cash
_Store, a lot of Ingrain, Venetian, Hemp, Rag,
Also, Floor OIL CLOTH'S all widths, whleavlll be
'sold for the cash at the lowest rates. '
GEO. W. NEIDICH, D. D. S.-
, Late Domonstrator of Operative Dontistry °fan
Baltimore College of
- - Dental Surgery.
Oillco at bis rosidoneo
opposito Marlon Bali, West Main street, Oarlislo, Pa.
Jnly t, 1854.
CUMBERLAND VALLEY HOTEL.
N. E. Cor. Main and Bedford Sts.
j CARLISLE, PA.
JNO. G. HEISER, Proprietor.
RJESTAURANT in the basement,
which le furnished with the very beet of liquors,
nd edibles ofnll.varlotioe.
June 16, 11305-Iy.
, ',lV4oleiale Dealer in Tobacco s Snuff,. PiPoi
4:c.„and Afanufaelurer:of Segura;
~ No. 8 8. GEORGE STBEBT
T RECEIVE_my. Tobnopos direct from
tho Factory, and will ensuro thont good, and cheap.
lqr than can; bo boughs in the' 'City. My brands of
CHEWING TOBAcCaliro as rollema. Navy, Ma
gmas, Snutf-Rott, Ihg-2hvist, Frotimiers; Milt and Light
p resse d' yitamia. Fine Cnt PURI/V.1440 And SMOG
TOB.IIO6Oat Factory Brim. • '. •
! Also; a largo assortment of PEP4B. 'L • ', •
iliavo ,inst.rocolvocl from itieltruend soMo, cOlolirototi.
agsIORINQ TOBACCO. '
1 Morehants look.to your interrets. All ordom prompt.
attended to • • •
IJOvombor 10 1800.-3 DM
0. N. LULL, Supt
A. J. ICUTI., Agent
BOOTS AND SHOES.
NEW AND FRESH
HALBERT & BRO.,
Jo - RN HERMAN,
J• G. CA1.1.10