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The LOg Looked For Has Come 1
' 4 4 , DR. COLLINS'
GREAT INDIAN REMEDIESA
INDIAN Pain Killer.—For the quick
Relief of Headache, Toothache, Rheumatism, Neu
ralgia, Pain in the Stomach, Back or Side, Painter's
Mello, Cramp, Frosted Feet or Ears, Burns, Fresh Cuts
Sprains, Bruises, Diarrhea, Sore Throat, and all sipil
lar complaints. Toothache relieved in eight minutes.
Earache relieved in ten minutes. Burns relieved from
smarting in fifteen minutes. Cramp or Cholic cured in
ten minutes. Sprains relieved In twenty minutes.—
Sore Throat relieved in thirty minutes.
I have spent years 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
eyes, only bring your eases.
Dr. COLLINS has also for sale his Syrup of Roots
BARKS AND HERBS,
Indian Eye Wash and Powhnttan Salve. This Syrup
cures Coughs, Colds, Sore Throat, Croup, Bronchitis,
Asthma, and all similar complaints. Also purifies the
blood. The Salvo heals Sores or lbetticing.s out in the
Fare, draws fire from Burns; warranted to cure healed
ur Sore Breasts. The Eye Wash cures Sore or Inflamed
Dr. Collins Valley Herb Pills,
Per the cure of Sick or Nervous headache, Female 1r
regularities, Dropsy, Liver Cemplaint, Dyspepsia, Pis
eases of the Kidneys, Fever and Ague, &c.
Dr.UOLLINS can bo consulted at his Office, on Hs
oases of various kinds.
These Medicines are prepared and sold by
SAMUEL COLLINS, Indian Medicine Man,
74 Market street, Ilarrisburg.
Also, for sale at HAVERSTICICS Drug and Book
All orders should he addressed to Dr. S
Harrisburg. These Medicines are purely Vegetable.
June lti, 1865.
BRYAN'S PULMONIC WAFERS, the great Cough
Remedy an sold by nil Druggist. See A drerthwment.
Jun. PI, ISt
adrortisement of Sir dames Clarke's Celebrated
A Cough, Cold, or Sore Throat,
REQUIRES IMMEDIATE Ayr ENTIoN AND
SHOULD BE CHECKED. ll' ALLOW ED TO
Irritation of the Lungs, a Permanent
Throat Affection, or an Incurable
Brown's Bronchial Troches
lIAVINO A DIRECr INFLIIENCI, TO THE
GIVE IMM EDI ATE RELIEF
For Bronchitis, Asthmn, l'atnrrh, l'onstonp-
live at d,Throat Diseas(
TROCHES ARE USED WITH A MAYA ,:oun SD(
SINGERS AND PUBLIC EA K ERS
will find Troches useful tivlearing the vo:oe ,lien ta
ken before Singing or Oealting, and relieving the
throat alter an unusual exertion of the vocal organs
The Troches are revommended and presorildd l v Phy•
melons, and hare 11:11 testier uiels flute eminent loon
throughout the country. Being :in u tide of ;Imo
merit, and having proved their efficacy by a test ot
many years, each year finds them in 1101 - 10,dith, in
various parts of the world, and the 'Troche- are uni
versally pronounced better then ,ther articles.
I InTVS on)y ' . BnowN':: !Into:1,1AI. TR , 111 I s," and .1.
not take Any of the Worthie, Imitation , that in ly
Sold everywhere In the an I in For
eign Countries, at :i5 cents p. r
Oct. 27, 1865.-6 mu.
111th of Oct.iller, Ihns, 113 the
Rev. S. I'. Sprecher, Janie. A. Eon-, lo liotiorro .1. Mar
tin both of Carlislo
MOORE.—At Mt. Holly Springs Feb 3rd. SALLY
E. oldest daughter of Matthew and Emma Moore, In
the Seventh year of her age.
Her life is done and its conflict la past
The land above she has gained at last
And shouted for joy ae she entered in
Farewell! farewell to the land of sin"
CARLISLE PRODUCE 111ARAILT
• 4 00
FLOUR(S lt uperld no)
do Tr - - -
(l,,rreeted Weekly by Jr). Pent:.
BUTTER 40 BACON SIDES,
EGOS, WHITE BEANS,
LIRD, It, PARED PEACHES,
TALLOW, II UNPARED PEACHES
U-12 DRIED A PI'I;ES
WANTED by the First Presbyterian
Church a good and Elikont sexton. Apply
Feb. 16, 186t:--.2t
N experienced Salesman, having a
thorough knowledge of tbr Dry flood Buslnesa.
one othet need apply.
Carlislo, rob. 14, 1866
M UAS TAGVIES oml
IN 42 days—Do you Want Luxuriant
Whiskers or Moustaches? My Orguont will lore°
them to grow heavily in six weeks. (Upon the smooth
est face) without stain (r injury to the skim
Price TA cents. Sent my mail postage tree to any sit
drone or receipt of an order. Address
E. ERN ST,
Adams Co., Pa.
Feb. 18, 1866
WHEREAS, the Hon. JAMES H.
cinAeAm, President J udge et he several Courts
of Common Pleas of the counties of C mberland, Per
ry, and Juniata, and Justice of the h ora I Courts of
Oyer and Torlainer and Oeneral Jail De ry in said
counties, and Michael Cocklie and ['ugh kit t, Judges
of the Courts of Oyer and Terminer and Jail ) slivery
for the trial of all capital and other o ff entles in the
sold county of Cumberland, by their ptfLaccpts to me
directed, dated the Btliday of January, 1866, haveor
dered the Court of Oyer and Terminer and General Jail
Delivery to be hoiden at Carlisle on the 2d Monday of
April, 1866 (it being the Uth day,) to continue two
NOTICE Is hereby given to the Coroner, Justices of
the Peace, and'Constablos of the said county of Cum
berland that they are by the said precept commanded
to be then and there in their proper persons, with
their rolls, records, and inquisitions (+sand natiot., and
all other rem.dnbrances, to do those things which to
their offices appertain to he done, and all those that
are bound by recognizances, to prosecute against the
prisoners that are or then shall be in the Jail of said
county, are be there to prosecute them as shall be
Feb. 16, 1866. , gheriff.
LETTERS REMAINING UNCLAIMED in
the Post Office at Carlisle, State of Pennsyl
vania, thel6th day of Februs ry, 1866.
Published by official authority in the pa
per having the largest circulation.
To obtain any of these letters, the
anpliCant 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.
Arnold & Son Lucas Christian
Adaps J G M'Bride Edward
Beobel Edward Monroe Goo A
Biltdorf Susan M'Canna Capt Martin
Brown Eliza Mason John '
Bentz F Moore Maggie
Bender Jacob R Neely Jefferson
Cortranny- 7 -•-Dr Peffor Theo W
Cross Geo W Peffer Sumue
Chase Pape Rinehart John
Clouser Sarah Ripp Isaac
Divin Rebecca Roseiter Eliza
Duffy James A Senar Mau
Dixon - Robt 0 Shively Tfile
Ebersole John Smith' Sanil
Fleming Beckie Sweigrrt Wm R
Finkenbinder Anna MSmall Wm
Fish Wm 14. Shearer Abraham
Fahl Chas Swartz Jacob
Flbrrence Harry'' '.Shea Jamos
Goose 1 - 1 W • • Souders J.O
Gale Wesley Thompson E cold
- Grist Kate - Wood VE It
GrubbAnnie Wetzel John
FlayeirW R Waggoner Gporge :
HairJacob,' Wolf Jessie
Johnson,,A - Wetzel Lue J
Kisiiingef Geo: Young hiannie
Lechler A Wetzel Mary •
..Young B F
Athofough bred Horse the property of
the Cumberland County Agricultural Sodety
will be offered at Public Sale ati lie Court House In Cat,
At 11 o'cl ta k, A. M. "Charles Harris" is ft Chesnut
Horse dropped Bth, of April, lt'ntl. Ile was got by
"Waguer" his dons ••Sporto-mistress" by American
Dell')." his grand dam "Cub" by "Motion" his 0
Dam "Ann Merry" by "Sumpter" his 0 0 G Dam "Gre
cian Princess" by '.lllarlthurns Whip" has G G Cl G Dam
by Gen. Hampton's "Paragon" Ills G 0 0 G G Dam by
"Figure Stamerpiu" by imported "Midair" imported
This Horse was carefully holoetnd and purchesed by
the Society from Captain Boauford of Kentucky, near
Lexington In the Spring of 1060 and the evidence of
his purity of blood Is in their possession and he is now
sold only because his numerous progeny requires an
other horse In this vicinity. if any further informa
tion be required apply to
JOHN W. ORAIGUEAD,
0 110RO E CLA It K ,
Feb. Id, 1060.
13000, for which a first judgement or
Pj) mortgage, will be given On two farms worth 12,-
Apo in thin county. Apply to the 1:,111cr.
Fe 16, 1 ,016
No. Shares, 300. Price per Share, $5O,
r IRE Lands upon which this Company
Intends operating, eonsist of two Tracts In Rock
ingham and Augusta Counties, Vlr4inia, containing
about 1,1,0. in Ares at a cost of ft ;in per acre. But by
an ai raneenient with other parties It Is 11 ocessary fit
the Comp:Loy to pay for only one fourth. of the Land
(54,100) when they will r' 'rice an indisputable title
to said one-thuvth, and have gearauteed 111/(0 them the
working privilege on tic" whole 13 Oilu Ares.
The Lands err covered with White and Yellow Pine,
Poplar, Hemlock and Oak Thither of the very 1311410tal
Thikk2ytain large deposits of Coal, Iron, and Cop
(hi them are situated the celebrated '•Chnlybeato
and Sulphur Union Springs" of Virgibia.
The de.-ign of the Company is tit erect, as soon as pea
satle, It Steam Saw-Mill on that part of the Land which
may drooled best and most calrvonllllll to market.
The "'tarot Distrit•t" in the Shenandoah Valley,
whet o all the Pains hat a been destroyed fir tulles du,
ing the war, furnishes a market in hninediate proxi
mity to the Land, where immber will le In demand
Mona, ens a nd ;:traKlturg Rail Road, which will
be complot.ed 111,1 Sununw runs nitarl two and s
hall miles of the, Lands. and m 111 afford a Melilla Of
1,,,,p,1.1-1131111 to 311111(s the ,tuntry.
At liarrisoniturg, which p= less than ten miles di,
Cant, there is a constant demand for iturnher, at prices
ranging from $3O to s3:t pet thousand.
The Iron. Coal and Copper Deposits ha,s recently at
traoted the attention of large operAtors in the Citiet,
mho plonount 1111.111 exceedingly N . :Cu:o.le. These
Nlnteral Beds. in 31111111011 to the naiue 1-f the Timber
Ishirli is the principal induoNnen• , render the Lands
e. •11 ten limes (11. , m ice the ('”lnpany.
'I he `llalybente and Sulp'mr Uninn 14111 - 111V3 11 We,
Itequented by many people nom all tteetions own) .
slimmer previous to the war, and onl,Y
1111`1111111d dev111.1,131311.11/ MAI, 1111,1 .1111-1 m; the most,
lalualde in tho voklntry.
s Thus, the Company progonts to till• pultio all invest-
ment of intrinsic and substantial tali,. tivery Stork
' hula, nir paiti siiaru of 911 l corns over (Al ty aria, of tlin, lands. and pnilrirtionate rhino ill till)
anil apparatus of the Company.
At the prico Lomb., 11011 1 , 1111111:111.k In all parts of
the country, the roiniiiiits 11111 be 51111 hled tri 'my
mon! d 1 1 blonds 111111 ,olillilt.ll,lllollt. of (Torii-
'All, lit, elLn c, Inn,. an Ihter,t iu the FrOVILN sale ni
Spe, 'mews ef llw. fletw ['owe anwl all fir.-
thee Inlermation desire!, may la. hail at the ellke , ~r
Pre,i.lent—.lollN 11 1,1.:11)10. New Kiwgstow,
I.IIF urer--.IOIIN .1 IThlll.F.ll,nne.tww
Seeretary-- RINI; New I(ingston.
I 6.1, la, I Still.
OTICH is hereby given that, the cc
, partnership heretofore iiiikting between L. Lew
is and John Lewis was 011 the 25th day of January
sotved by mutual consent. The business will be set
tled by L.
The business of Mail LI fmeturin,r, matches will be con
tinued by the subscriber .it kilicrly's Mills, Uumb.
Pis. Thankful for past favors, he hopes to merit a con
tinuance of the patronage of the trade.
A larg , Stock of fruit and ornamental
l',lsisting of every variety usually propagated, will be
hold cheap the routing Spring, in order to close out the
sloe), titular attention is calb•d to the large and
Apple Trees and Evergroen and
Whirl, a ill be sold to suit the pu,haser either by the
tree, by tee hundred or Ly the ionc ill the ground or
dug', all Iniending to plant the vowing Spring, are In
vited to call at the Nursery and net leu gain, All orders
TIIE great .Igriculturist Strawberry
plants Per sal• at 111, Cunil,vt land Nurs,v.
II EN RIIPP,
t Large lot or splendid standard and
Dwarf pr, Con - ord, DoIowa! 0, Diano, and
Ma.satowllv . ) grape vines for sale I . lllllherialld
Nursery . II EN NV S.
1)1illiSONS wishing to decorate their
yards, or Cemetery lets., or the glare of a rah,
us sl ould eall at the Cumberland Nursery, and pur
(lia,el)rnalnental Shade and Esergreen trees, as they
‘,lll he sold very cheap the sousing spring. Natural
Peach trees firr.lllo low :it the Ctnhurlal.l Nursery.
Feb. li , 18(5-3m HENRY S. RUPP.
LEWIS F. ISNE, or
rg A. ILIE subscriber ltas been appointed a
gout for the hitlo of
Mason & Hainlin's Cabinet Organs
These Ius(l umen is are the cheapt,t and Lost lu the
market and hare always glren enthe I , ntisliwtion
The different 'micas, sizes and gnantilif, of tone can
be learned by calling on him In perenu. Ito feels no
hesi , atlon whatever in ~aylng that
"THEY C.1,1".7' BE If EA 7",
tiler for cheapness, quality, dopth or sweetness of
For further particulars call at the Orocery ton the
corner of Hanover and Lcuther streets, and he pledges
himself to give complete satisfaction. A sample instru
ment always baud, a full surply of shoot music no
hand. WM. It. HALBERT,
At Halbert & Brother's Family (I rovery.
Jan. 9, 184.4-3tu.
lI(.?USE FURNISHING, GOODS.
Just revolving a full supply of all kinds of Ilnuoo
urnlshing veods ) huituble for the presont. and coin
ig seasoui l vousibang of all tirades and qualities of
CARPETS ! CARPETS ! CARPET'S
VI or Oil Cloths,
fable OH Cloths,
Ihigs, Matto, kr, kr.
104 111 . 4 end Unbl'd Shootings,
Pillow Case unli us,
Towelling all tirades,
Ticking Ac., kc
Also a well selected stock of all kinds of Dothestic
Goods, which will be sold at greatly reduced prices, for
the present. -
All persons in want of any of the above for the Spring
SOIII3OII, will find it to their advantage to give us an
early call, as we aro determined to keep up our repu
tation, to sell goods . at the lowest possible market
Feb. 0, 1500. LEIDICII A MILLER.
QTOVES, TINWARE, &o. The un-
IJ having made an excursion to the East
ern Cities, to.fily in a stock of manufactured articles,
and materiallor the manufacture of all kinds of ware
- kept In a first class Stove Tin and Shoot-iron estaly•
lishment, are prepared to prove to the citizens of Car
lisle and vicinity, that they are determined to sell
goods at prises which defy competition. Their stock of
S.TO VE AND ENAMELED 'PARE
is the best that Philadelphia and Now York can pro
duce. Their stock of stoves consists in part of the fol
lowing named ;
Cook's Governor Penn.
and the Barley Shraf,
with all varieties of Parlor,
Bedroom and Office Stoves,
of the neatest pattern, and best quality. The Gover
nor Penn, which they guarantee to give entire satis
faction in over,y rebind, with capacity to. prepare the
no, heir FiriailtbEfkre of any 13mily With - Tess consump
tion of fuel than any other stove, they will warrant
for six months. They manufacture Zitnnferman's
Steam Cook Kettle, in NV hlcb all kinds of vegetables
can be cooked at the mine time, without the ono fla
voring the other. Best of references given. They
have purchased for cash, and theroibre have the prices
'of their goods reduced to a very low figure, feeling
confident that "largo salve and small profits,' Is the
hest policy. They tall attention to their large stock of
Tin, blheetir, and
consisting of Buckets, Bosons, Wash-boilers. Waoh
dishes Lard Cans, Coal Scuttles, &c., .ko., guaranteeing
to all who may purchnso of Mein a saying of at host
out of ovory ton'expended. Heaters, Ritchon Bongos
and Furnaces sot in on short notice. Roofing and
Spouting done in the boot mariner and on reasonable
terms. • Qld stoves taken in oachange for now ones.
Clive are a call. Northllanover street, between Wet.
eel's and Thudlum'a 110010.
Thankful for the patronage heretofore eo liberally bo
stowod upon them, they solicit a ematinuancpmf. the
On Tuesday, March Bth, 1866
TA ree .1111 e s of Co rl st
TY,tlllB curd A4lillilJS
A. L. SPONSLER,
REAL ESTATE AGENT, Scrivener,
conveyances Insurance nod Claim Agent. ,or
lice Main Street Near Centro Square.
OAIE Insurance Company.of New
'Javan, Connecticut, Statement of January let,
Capital Stock ' $1500,000,00
LONFO 4 unadjusted $35,977,72
INSURANCES MADE PERPETUAL AND TEMPOR-
The assotts of this CoMpany consist of United States
Government Securities, stocks in National Banks, and
let, Mortgages on heal Estate The Board of Directors
have declared a Semi-Annual cash Dividend of Ten
per cent free from Government Tax payable on and af
ter lath, January, 1506.
Also a scrip Dividend of Sixty per cent on the °tithed
Premium of Policies entitled to pal ticipato in the Pro
fits for the year ending Ist of January, 1806. And
have voted to Increase the Capital Stock of the Corn.
pony to One Million of Dollars. Apply to
A. L. SPONBLER, Agent.
For Sale or Rent,
P . .. A Commodious Two-Story
I s k ., '
1 , , Brick House,
~. , .... •-,. and Lnrgo Lot of ground rontalning a
~ . -4._.......- ^ Z, eholeo variety of fruit, situate on West
Lontller Street. Possession given on the Ist, of April
next Apply to A. L. SI'ONSLEI(,
Feb. it. ISfili. Real Estate Agent.
ABond for $2300, secured by Mort
gage on a First rate Plantation will be disposed
of. Apply to A. L. SPONSLER.
Q2OOO, Wanted on Mortgage of valua
ble Impro% ed Real Eat ato. Apply to
A. L. SPONSLER,
1 highly linprorol Limestonr Farm
CONTAINING 120 ACHES,
.kNESOINIELY lueated within 2
L wiles of Carlisle The Buildings are nearly
uew. Fotlem in good of der, and the land in a high State
of Cultivation. Apply to
TOWN PROPERTY on South Hano
ver street, Carlisle, Comprising 120 tent in front
and 240 feet In depth having thereon erected 3 Dwell
ing Houses, Shops end other Buildings will be sold en
tire or divided to suit purrhasers. Apply to
A. b. SPONSI,F.R.
Feb. 16, 1006. •
A Valuable Lot of ground on South
Street containing over Oil foot in front and 260
in depth. Also, a I,clt a the corner of Pitt and South
Street', containing 60 feet in front and 110 feet in
depth Apply to
1 1 STATE NOTICE.-
4 Notive is hereby given that Letters of Admin
istration on the estate ofJohn McKinstry,late of Penn
Twp , have this day been issued to the under
silzned residine: in said Top. All persons Indebted to
raid 0 , (36. trill piraeo make payment at once, and
those 11051,m claims will present them for pettlemon
JOHN 'l'. (IItEEN.
F'ell. 1, A— (It.
1, 1 ST A T E
_„4 Letters Ter.tamentaay tha estate of John
tan , ,nnifield, bile of %Vest Fairview, East Penns
-1,•ro Twp,, hat been 1, , 40,1 to the subscriber residing
In the Fall.' plan's', tU whom all debts will be paid and
all arrount.. presented FT settlement.
IV. F. MAISTIN,
i tI,TATE NOTICE.-
Letters of Adlolnistrati.m ruin testaments an
neon, on the estate ol James Cameron, deed., late of
the Borough of ('arlisle, hare been issued to the sub
s, iliers r, siding hi the some plaro. All persons In
debted to sold estate Will tont", payment and those
having rlahns will present them to
JOHN C. CAMERON,
R.l). CAMERON, •
Administrators cum testament., Annexo.
Fel, 7, I
Of thr 1:771(171(TS (V the CM1711.1/
bell( n (I, front Ist ‘lfiy January,
tke 31st ,lay Dereniher, 1865, in
11. S. BITTER, Esti:, Treasurer,
in Account with said county.
To amount of halanre in hands of Tromurer
at last soitl,inent,
Amoonl •,r County and Slate ,axes levied for
the year 1803, 02070 60
•` " •••' 1571 50
100.tandirm, 111, 1, 41 1,04 M 4014,0411. 351111 95
loam in Bank, 1' , 744 51
1•A011, d tax,r nit Trmomrt r. 21 till
Lurrut f 1.1.11/ Lc tax 1. 011,tur, 320 30
N.•f t front Slierttf. 00 00
paid by tax collm taro. 25 110
Il 11.-1 tom,, r..turnmi to Tremoir,r, 14 00
( 0.1 r ximn.o,, returned, lit 02
17.00 for room 0000,11,,1 tommrl martial, 112 35
Pro, ••...1, of -tone In,dm at jail. 2 40
13' itapitirit pail Borough
V 2104 13
Bridges and Roads
By nm(nml paid for rood tlarnageri,
•• •• erg,
By 1111,1111 t paid for Opustab 1"..e.4 in Coin
y amount punt to M. East, Esq., for 'terriers, t 34 00
."• M. MrClullan, EN., " 684 00
John Mee,,y, Esq., " 434 00
•• " Henry Kano, 918 00
" • ' "
" J. Arinstrong, Esq. clerk," 600 00
11. Newsham, Esq., " 100 00
.11w. Loudon. fur sttaionnry, 121 32
By amount paid to Grand Jurors,
'aid .1. W. D. (i ilielen, Esq., Diet. Aty., fees, 251 00
'aid Wm. (held, Court Crier, 70 50
'aid Shrizler and ,there, for boarding Jurors, 130 00
'aid witnessed in Commonwealth eases, 837 33
By amount paid to E. Commas, Esq., Clerk of
Courts, fees, • 1439 OG
uid C. E. !tlaglauglilin, Emi., for auditing offices, 18 00
'aid Jauu•s Loudon, fur Dockets, 40 00
By nmunnt, . paid for Genova mid Township
• " 1273 419
3y amount paid fur bolding inquests on dead
Jail and E. S. Penitentiary.
By amount paid for support of prin.:mere, Sher-
itl &e.,'a free, 0.,
Paid for fuel for Jail, 822 92
Paid for goods and clothing for prisoners, 343 28
Paid for fixture:l and-repaira, 705 02
Paid for water furnished by floe & Water Co., 62 60
Pahl salary of Keeper,249 09
Paid salary of Phyeiean, 50 00
Paid for support of prisonora In E. S. Pon'y., 677 04
Dy am`t, paid for Justices' fees in Corn. mutes, $521 81
Loans and Interest.
By amount paid for County Bonds, $10,75000
Paid interest on same, . _a+:
'Botiff - lionds,lo,ooo 00
Pistil interest on snore,. 970 50
Paid notes in Bank and interest, 19,016 67
By amount paid in full of estimate for 1865, $15,000 00
Paid to Visitofs for the year 1864, 30 00
Pall to Diroctore for salary, 25 00
By amount paid for aalary - of Hooper,
Paid for ropaira and oleaulk,
Public Printing. ,
By amount paid J. B. Bratton and others for
printing, -- • • 1732 51
A. I. SPONSLEIt
11 'l3 OH SO
BY PA IMENIS
By amount paid for Illumination on surrender
of Rebel armies, 807 48
Paid for mourning goods on death of President
Lincoln, 21 'lO
Paid State tax on County Bonds, 01 82
Paid appropriation to Fire Companies, . 60 00
Paid for Revenue stamps for Collector's Bonds, 26 00
Paid for gas and water for Court House, 80 76
Paid for fool for Court.llouse, 00 70
Paid carriage hire, car fare, &c., 115 50
Paid for shoveling snow, and other labor, 31 00
Paid for distributing Election and other papers, 20 00
Paid to Keeper of Town Clock,
Paid for County Auditor's services,
Paid for postage and tedegraphing,
Erroneous, taxes refundrid,
Bills of sundry articles to 11. Saxton, et al,
Error in Treasr's, corn. on State tax for 1864,
Total amount of Commissioner's orders,
County Treasurer's commission on samo at
1% per cont., ; 1485 61
Com. allowed Cols. of County and State taxes, 4683 31
Exoneratione, 11 1311 72
Outstanding taxes In hands of Collectors, 4131 47
By ain't. of expanses paid out of military fund, 1669 35
Treasurer's commission on same, at 1 por et., 6 69
Outstanding taxes in hands of Collectors
By amount of State taxes paid to State Trea
nurer for 1865, $35,692 13
Paid Treasurer's com'n. on same nt t per cent, 360 52
Total amount of credits,
Balance in bands of Trapnrer
Amount of dobiti3,
Statement of Taxes Outstanding
Ist January, 1866.
1860, John Emmlnger, Silver Spring,
1864. C. A. Smith, E. Ward, Carlisle,
" John Zinn, Dickinson,
" Les i Worst, Frankton!,
.1. C. Reeser, Monroe,
" D. 11. lleinderkneeht, Upper Allen, 139 50
1865. Javol, Goodyear, E. Ward, Carlisle, 190 56
" Jacob Rheum, Dep., W. Ward, Carlisle, 621 511
" J. C. Vanasdle, East Penn'hh., ' 318 30
" James Miller, Hopewell, 83 27
" John Quirkel, Mechanicsburg, 106 15
" Wm. M. Hamilton, Mifflin, 652 41
" William Diller, Monroe, 17 80
" 20h11 Waggoner, Newton, 70 61
. Peter Corklin, Upper Allen, 781 19
" D. I'. Van kirk, West Pennlfh., 306 82
County Debt and Assets on Ist of
of January, 1860.
Amount of balanre in tratwury, Jan. Dit, 1866, 8351 52
Outitanding eaxes, 4153 SO
Amount of prinripal of County builds outstand
ing Int January, 1665,
Total liahilltlem, let .Tanuary, 1885,
Deduct amount paid during the year
Amount of namets over liabilities
CUMBERLAND Co UNTY,
We. the Commissioners of Cumberland enmity, In
compliance to lan', du certify and submit thu foregoing
no correct statenient4 of the nwelplN uud I , xpentlitort,
of said county, from .I,tini.try Ist lu December 31st, 1865,
inclusive, and ,if the oub.tanding taxed; and also of the
debt and asset , ' of the said county, on the 1,1 day of
„.. --„,, Witnesß oar hands and Real of face, the
sicAT, 18th day of January, A. D., 1808.
CallittliSßintlena of Cumberland (bunt},
We, the Auditors of county, having been
duly sworn and affirmed, met at the Commissioner's Of
fice, in - Carlisle, on tlw Ist day of January. 1866, and
proceeded to audit and adjust the accounts of IL S.
Ritter, Esq., Treasurer of said county, from the lot day
of January to the 31st day of December, 1865, and du
certify that we find a Salutes of three hundred and fifty
one dollars and fifty-two cents due by'said Treasurer to
said county, as will appear by the foregoing statement
of said account. We have also examined and compared
the foregoing statement of .11.111 1111.1 assets of Said 1.11.1-
1.)." with the records, and do certify it to be a correct ex
hibit of the same MI the Ist day of January, A. D. 1866.
Witness our hands, the 17th day ofJanuary, A. D. 1866.
D. It STEVICK,
J. A. TIEIIERI,IO, Auditor's.
')URE LIBERTY WHITE LEAD,
preferred by all practical Painters! Try It !
you will hare no other. Manufactured only by
Wholesale Drug, Paint 8 Glass Dealers,
No. 137 North Third Street,
List of Sales of Personal Property
and Real Estate.
111" N. It. MOORE, Autioneer.
A. Manplleld, .Inn. 27, 1006
H. &S. Lee, Personal Property. Feb. 6, 44
Ephriato Day, " 9, "
A. Moore, Real Estate, " 10, "
S. Welt - Atry. ji r lelin Wolf Ito‘l
~ and Personal Property, " 13, '.
Johki Ilut , hinson. .'
David Nickle, " •• 16, "
J. 1,. Elliott, '• " 20, "
Isaac Newcomer, •• " 21, "
Daniel Hollinger, • " 23, ,'
Jacob Shearer, - 24, "
Jas. 11. Weakley, " " 27,
James Miller, " 24, "
IN'tn. Keefauver, " Mar 1, "
Herman Resler "
J. I'. Beltshooyer, •• ~ 3, II
Thomas Shrover, '
Otto. I>. Craighead,
Jos. Sol len burger, '
Charles Sheaffor, " ,
Wm. Parer, " 10,
Alfred Moore, " e 13, ~
l'eter Heiser, " 16,
Matthew Moore, " "20 A 21,"
D.ivid Martin, .' March 22, 23, and 24 . "
Jacob Redseeker, •• "26 tk 27"
David Martz, - " 12 ‘.
LIST OE SALES
BY WILLIAM DEYINNEY, Auctioneer.
January 25, J, M. Stoke, Silver Spring,
C. B. Nolaley, SUN , r Spring.
-oT7Ptiary 13, S. A. Pogue, ihrestpennsboro,'
do I 14, T. 81. Dodgy, Silver Spring.
( 10, Thomas Smith, South Middleton.
do 10, John Thomas, Mifflin.
do 20, James Duffey, South Middleton
do 23. J. W. Williams, Middlesex.
do 20, Joshua Myers, Monroe.
do 28, Chris. ilartaler. Monroe.
March 1, Coo Bishop, South Middleton.
do 2, T. N. Culbertson, Silver Spring.
do 3. P. A. Diller, Monroe.
do 6, Den. Longdort, Silver Spring.
do 0, Jacob St rock, Monroe.
do 7, Johathan !lenity, Silver Spring.
do 8, John ilauck, Silver , pring.
do 0, Jacob Springer, South Middleton.
do 10, John Shaffer, South Middleton.
do 12, Joseph S. Ornve, York County.
do 13, James A. Williamson, Silver Spring
do 14, J. 61. Stoke, Silver Spring.
do 15, Conrad McQuade, Silver Spring.
do 17, John Steiglemen.
do 20. M. G. Beltshoover, Monroe.
Jo 21, W.M. Hastings, SoutltMiddieton.
do 22, Joshua Myers, Monroe.
do 28 & 29, Marlin Shriller, Carlisle.
do 80, Peter Westheffer, lffeeilaniesburg.
$5 - 0 32
271 E. 65
PURE LIBERTY W BITE LEAD,—
The Whitest, the most durable and the most
economical. Try it I Manufactured only by
Ziegler & Smith,
Wholesale Drug, l'aint A Glass Dealers.
No. 137 North Third St., Philad'a.,
Jan. 20, 2.000-11„,„
CHOICE SEARS & TOBACCO, "
Y 197 06
Doors open every day, (Sundays excepted.)
New Boot, Shoe, Hat & Cap Store.
11" subscriber would,, respectfully
Inform the citizens of Carlisio and surrounding
country, that ho has just returned from the city, and
has now on exhib lion at his now stand south west
corner of North Hanover Bt. and Locust Alloy, a large
Boots, Shoes, Hats dr, Caps,
to which ho would Invite the attention of purchasers.
His stock consists In part of Mon% Boys and Youths
FINE CALF BOOTS,
Kip and Water proof Milts. Calf and Glove Kid Gait
ore, Cali and Kip Brogans, Blippqrs, he.
Fine Glove Kid, French and English lasting Gaiters,
Morocco, Calf and Kid Boots, and Balmorals, together
with a large assortment of heavy lace Boots and Bal.
morals suited for country ware.
Misses and Children's Ware,
of all descriptions, embracing fine Kid and Lasting
Gaiters, Morocco, Goat and Kid 'lloote and lialmorals,
Call and Rip lace Boots, &c. • '
Hato and Caps in great variety,
for Mon, Boys and Youths Wear, from iho commonest
to the very best quality, at tow prices. 'Call and see
Ills motto to small profits aid quick sales, adhering
So those principles ho trusts ho shall glue general sat
isfaction-to those who - will - favor him with their pat
Uemember the Stand; 8. W. corner of North Hanover
St.; and Locust Alloy, midway between Thuddum's and
Wetzel's hotels, Carlisle. .
October 0, 1805—tf.
RESSING CASES, Ladies' and
t ec-Te n ot a ' l. l4TiLivniniwi9pl:_
- - p
I. ~,1,,. ~ ~ ~
E 84,802 38
r 3605" OJ
X 1,151 Rol
$1 4,999 00
I'HE LIGHT OF "TILE WORLD
PILLS AND SALVE
These Llfo•giving remedies are now, for the first time,
given publicly to the world. For over a quarter of a
century of private practice the frfgrodients lu (hese
Life givitig Pills !
have been used with the greatest success. Their mis
sion is not only to prevent disease, but to cure. They
search out the various maladies by which the patient
Is suffering, and re-invigorate the failing system. To
the aged and infirm a few doses of these valuable PILLS
Will prove to be
A VERY FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH,
For in every case they add new life and vitality, and
restore the waning energies to their pristine state.
To the young and middle-aged, they will prove most
invaluable, as a ready, specific, end sterling medicine.
Here is a dream realized, that Ponce-de-Leon sought
for three hundred years ago, and never found. Ho
looked for a fountain that would restore the old to
vigor and make youth ever
An Eternal Spring 1
It was loft for this day and hoUr to realize the dream,
and show. In one glorious fact, the magic that made it
These Famous Remedies
Cannot stay the flight of years, but they can force hack,
and hold aloof, disease that might triumph over the
aged and the young. Lot none hesitate then, but
seize the favorable opportunity that offers. When
taken as prescribed—
FOR BILIOUS DISORDERS
Nothing can be more productive cure than these
Pills. Their almost magic influence is felt at once ;
and ihe usual concomitants of this most distressing
disease are removed. These remedies are made from
They will not harm the most doll rate female, and
ran he given nod effect in preset fla] dos., to the
For Cutaneous Disorders
And all eruptions of the skin, the Si LVI: is most In—
valuable. It does not heal externally alone, but pene
trates with the most searohlug effeete to the very root
of the evil!
DR. MAUGIEL'S PILLS
Invariably cure the following Dis-
Fever and Ague
I nil unnza,
ward V eak a ono,
My, r Complaint
Lowness of Spirits,
41k - Notice.—None genuine without the engraved
trade-mark around each pot or box, signed by DR. J.
MACIIII EL, .13 Fulton Si., New York, to counterfeit
which is felony.
kid by ell respectable Dealers in Medicines
throughout the United Status and Canadas—at 25 cents
per boa on pot.
Jan. 19 land—ly.
American Jewelers' Association,
Depots : 37 & 39 Nassau, & 54, 56,
& 5S Liberty St ,
NEWT YORK CITY,
Of Rosewood Pians and )1 0 1,1, 0 ” e , Fi n , on p y i nt i ugs,
Engravings, Silver V , are. liold and Sit ocr Watches,
and Elegant Jewelry, consisting of Diamond
Pins, Diamond Rings, Uold Bracelets, C. r.
xl, Florentine, Mosaic, Jet, Lava, and
Cam,. Lathes' Sets, Gold Pens with
(told and Silver Extension
Holders, Sleeve Buttons,
Sets of Studs, Vest
and Nash Chains,
&e. Rc., cawed at
FOIL CIE DOLLAR,
whleh they nood not pay until it Is known what ix
drawn and Ito value.
THE Ail I.:ItICAN JEWS:I,I,SIIS' A 5500 ATIoN calls
your attention to the fact of its being the htrgpst. and
most popular Jewellery Associatbdt 'in the •tnited
States. Th. business is and always has been conduct
ed in the most candid and honorable manner. Our
ittphll,y Increasing trade is a aura guarantee of the tip
predation of our patrons for this method of obtaining_
rich, elegant and costly goods. The sudden terminn
tion of the Into war has caused the failure of a large
number of houses at Nassau, N. P , who were exten
sively engaged in running steamers through the block
aded ports, obliging them to sell their goods at a great
sacrifice, in route Instances less than one-fourth the !
cost of manufacturing. We have lately purchased
very largely ut these Bankrupt bloods, at s' eh extreme
ly low prices that we rail uihml to scrod away Finer
Goods, and gfve better chances to draw the more val
uable prizes than any other establishment doing a sin,
liar business. OUR alit Id TO 1 . 1.5055. and we re
spectfully solicit your patronage, as we are confident of
giving the utmost satisfaction. Bluing the past year
we have forwarded a Dumber of the most valuable
prizes to all parts of the country. Those who patron
ize us will receive the full value of their money an no
article on our list is worth less than One Dollar, ketail,
and there are Ito Blanks. Parties dialing wilt] lid may.
depend Olt having prompt returns, and the article
drawn will be immediately sent In any address by rem
bum mall or express.
The following parties hnvo rerentlj drawn valuable
prizes from the A Illerican Jev,elern' Association, and
have kindly allowed the use of their nano s :
- - . • .
Charles J. Hunter, Esq , Treasury Department Wash
ington, I). C., Piano, value. $300; Niss Anna (I. Yates,
52 St Mark's Place, N Y., Sewing Machine, slue $75 ;
Brig.-Gen. L. L. Hanson, U. S. Vols., Nashville, Ten.,
Silver Ten Set, value $l5O ; Miss Emma Hunter 03
Front St , Harrisburg, l's.,Sewing Machine, value $6O;
Lieut -Colonel Walter hittenden, Qum termaster,
Louisville. Ky., Gold Watch, salmi, $l5O ;
Haines, 247 King St., Charleston, S C., Silver Watch,
value $5O; Alexander Johnson, Esq , Editor Muska ,
tour Pioneer, Muskrteur, \Jinn., Ladles' Enameled
Watch, value $100; Samuel Lee, Esq , President Col
orado and Ited f l ank Mining Company, San Francisco ;
Cal., Memdoon, value $1:0) ; Aaron S. Long, Esq , Priu•
cipal Elkhart Collegiate Institute, Elkhart, N. .1., Dia
nn nd Pin, value $2110.-i li. M. Longstreet. Montgomery,
Ala , Music Box, value $75; iiv. I sitar Van Duz r, Al
bany, N. Y , Gold Lined Dining , et, value 4.3 0 ; Mls,
Clara Luenguer, Dayton, Ohio, Plauoforte vain,, $4OO,
and Diamond Pin, value $175
Many names could he placed on the List, hut we
publish no names without permission. slur patrons
are desired to send United States Currency when t is
LIST OF PARTIAL ARTICLES
SOLD FOR ONE DOLLAR EACH,
Without Regard to value, and not to be paid
for until you know what you will receive:
15 Eleg int Rosewood Pianos, worth from $2OO to $460
15 Elegant Melo !eons,itosewood Cases 176 to 200
50 First Clads Sewing Machines 40 to 300
16 Fino Oil Paintings 80 to 100
150 Fine Steel Engravings, framed 20 to 30
50 Music Boxes 26 lo 40
150 Revolving Patent Castors, Sliver 20 to 40
50 Silver Fruit and Calm Baskets 20 to 35
400 Sets of Tea and Table Spoons 20 to 60
150 Gold liguting Case Watches, warranted 60 to 150
100 Diamonds Rings, cluster and single steno 75 to 260
175 Gold Watches . 415 to 150
900 Ladies Watcheh 00 to 100
500 Silver Watches 20 to 75
Diamond Pins, Brooches and Ear Drops, Ladles' Sag
of Gold and Coral. Jet and Gold, Florentine, Mosaic,
Lava, and Cameo •, - Sets of Studs. Yost and Nark Chains,
Plain and Chased Gold Rings, Gold Thimbles, Lockets,
New Style Belt Buckles, Gold Puns and Pencils, Fancy
Work Boxes, G. Id Pons with Gold and Silver Exton
alert lloittera, apd a large assortment of Fine Sliver
Ware and Jewelry of ettirit — ilescriiilltin, of ilia Seat
make and latest styles.
°air- A chance to obtain any of the above Articles for
ONE DOLLAR by purchasing a sealed envelope for 25
O ~7- Five S , clod Envelopes will be sent for $1:
Eleven for $2 ; 'l'l3lrty for $5; Sixty-five for $lO ; Ono
hundred for $l5.
Agents wanted everywhere
Unequalled inducements offered to Ladies and Gents
who will act as such. Our descriptive circulars will bo
sent on application.
Distributions are made in the following manner :
Certificates naming each article and It its value, are
placed in sealed envelopes, whitliate well mixed. One
of these envelopes containing the Certificate or Order
for some article, will be delivered at our office, or tout
by mail to any address, without regard to choice, on
receipt of 25 copts.
On rocelvln the Certificate the purchaser will see
what article it draws and its value, and can then send
Ode Dollar, and receive the article named, or can choose
any °the: one article on our list of the same value.
kurchasors of our Sealed Envelopes nay, In this
manner, obtain an article worth from one to five hun
Long letters are unnecessary. Have the kindness to
-writo-plaln - derectionwrand - tn - eltooslifirdilMtbnt .
Glee from those drawn, mention the style desired. We
prefer letters to he addressed to our Box, 6819, Post Of
tice, for greater safety.
* * *Orders fo SEALED ENVELOPES must in every
casaba accompanied with . the Cash, with the name of
the person sondink, and Town, County and State plain
Letters should be addressed to the Managers as fol
STIERSIAN, WATSON & Co.,
pox OW Post. Offico, Now York
THE Partnership heretofore existing
tinder tho namo of Jameson, Dlllingor & Co, . is
day dlesolved by mutticonsent.
0. A. DILLIBI.9 . Mt. '
'Jan. 1, 1800.
REMOVAL. , .
)Llll in) deviigned will. continue the
business as formerly, aiblo. 118 North Thlrel
ti not; 'There all transactions of the late firm will bo
tattled., ' ' =Yours, Neepuetfully.
. . B. B. JA2413 . 0N.
1114411108- -- St.
AN , '
A•liate 'chance for Capitalists.
THE subscribers offer to men of capi-
Ilittal a rare chance to build a Ware House in the
t end of Carlisle Pa., where there is no competition,
and good Rail Road , aelllties all ready on the ground.
There Is no better chance for an energetic Man or Men.
Address DEE.ANOY & SIIROM,
Jan. 12, 1 Inln--3m. Coal and Lnmber Dealers.
NOT 1 CE.
Subscribers have this day asso
ciated themselves together under the name and
lyie of Delaney & Shrom for the purpose of carrying
on the Coal and Lumber business In all Its branches.
C. FRED. SIIROM.
COAL AND LUMBER.
- 11 -AVING as
'C. A L/11410. lib. a Fred. Shrom in
r4:V: +v.° the Coal and Lumber
business at the old
Stand of Delaney and
Blair, where we will
keep the best and
CLEANEST CC AL
In the Market, and perrectly dry. Kept under rover.
Families will do well to try us ; as we are doter.
reined to soil cleaner coal, and at as low prices as any
ether yard in the town. 'I ry us and be convinced.
We have also on hand
ALL KINDS OF LUMBER
usually kept in a first Class Lumber ynrd which we
will sell 1111 low, or lower than the lowest
Jan. Li, 1866. DELANCY Si
THE GREAT FRENCH REMEDY
DR. JUAN DELAMARRE'S
Celebrated Specific Pills,
Preparedirton rt prescription of Dr. Juan
Delamarrr, Chief Phy..acian to the Hos
pital du Nord ou Lariboisiere of
This invaluable medicine is no Imposition, but Is
unfailing In the cure of Sparmatorrhie or Seminal
11 enknesg. Elery species of Uenital or Urinary irri
tability. Involuntary or Nightly :lumina! Emissions
frrin ulnae, r CllllBO produced, or how ever severe will
he ,peeelly relieved and the organs restored to healthy
Reed the following opinions of eminent French phy
“We hive used the Specific Pills prepared by Oar
!melon, & Dupont, So. 211 Rue bombard, from the
prescription of Dr. Juan Delamarre, In our private
practise with uulPoln success. and we believe th , re is
no other medicine so well calculated to cute all per
sons suffering train Involuntary Emissions or any
other weakness of the See n .1 Organs, ,he. her caused
bye so Jon tnry 111,1111 of living, excesses, or abuse. -
It. A. BEAUREPARIE, M. D.
O. D. DUJARDI N, M. D.
JEAN LE LECCIIItE, M. D.
Parib, May sth, 11.165.
BEWARE oF COUNTERFEITS.
The hermit' tills aro sold by all the principal Drug
gists throughout the World, price One Dollar per Box,
or flx Boxes for Five Dollars.
ti ARANCIERE & DUPONT, Sole Proprietors,
No. 214 Rue Lombard, Faris
Ono Dollar enclosed to any authorised Agent, will
Insure a box by return mail, securely sealed from all
ob-ersatlon, six boxes for live dollars.
Solo Uonmal Agents for America,
OSCAR O. MOSES & Co., 27 Cortlandt St ,
N. 11.--l.renrh,herman, Spanish and Ermll h Pamph
lets, containing lull particulars and dirbstinns for use,
',nit free to any
Sold in l'arindo by J. W. ELLIOTT, and at ❑APRII-
CATARRH 6N UFF!
'rids Snort has thoroughly proved itself to be the
best article known for curing the Catarrh, Cold in the
Head and Headache, It has been found an excellent
remedy" in ninny eases of Sore Eyes. Deafness has
been removed by it, and Hearing has often been great
ly improved by its uno
It is fragrant and agreeable, and
Gives Immediate Relief
to the dull heavy pains caused by diseases of the head.
The sedsations after using it are delightful and In
vigorating. It opens and purses out all obstructions,
strengthens the glands, and gives a healthy action to
the purls affected.
More Than Thirty Years'
of Sale and use of Dr. Marshall's Catarrh and Head
ache Snuff, has proved'itt, great value for all the com
mon diseases of the Ilead, cud at this moment it
stands higher that, ever before.
It is recommended by many of the best physicians,
and is used with great success and •atisfac,ion every
Read the Certificates of - Wholesale Drug
gists in 1864.
Tho undersigned, having for ninny years been ac
quainted with Dr. Marshall's Catarrh and Headache
',null, and sold It In our wholesale trade cheerfully
state, that we Inhere It to ho equal, in every respect,
to the recommendations given of It for the cure 01
Catarrhal Age, Coon. and that It is decidedly the best
art.. le Nse bare ever known for all corn:non diseases of
II rr ei Perry, noston,Barnes 1, Park, Now Turk.
heed, All Lin A U.SD Sands, •'
Ri OW 0, Lamson kCu Stephen Paul & Co. `•
Reed, Cutler A, Co. '• Israel Minor A Co.
Petit W. Towle, . McKesson do Robbins,'•
Wil'ou, Valrbank A. Co. •` A. 1,. Seovil AL Co. "
Ilensha , k, Edmunds A Co.M. Ward, clove h Co "
11. 11. flay. Portland, Me. Bush A Dale,
For Sale by all Druggists. TRY IT.
Jan - . 12, 11t0iti—ly.
RELIEF IN TEN' MINUTES
Bryan's Pulntonic Wafers !
1311,-The original Medicine estahlinhed in 1537, and
finnt article of the kind tON er inti minced Under the
unme Oi "PUI [ANON IC M . AN' F. 11.-," in this or any other
country ; all other Pulnionic Wafers are counter mita.
The genuine can be known by the name BRYAN being
siamped ou each Wafer.
' fauna M niers have been before the public for nearly
Ihh IV yea] 0, and the immense bale attained, not only
In America but in foreign countries, fully atte.t their
iiittinnic worth. The medical propentles are puma for
t any oilier a tide offered for the cure of Pulmonary
or Bronchial affections, and the quantity contained In
each box le nearly double ihat 01 the many . worthless
Imitations ear, mined.
Bryan's Pulmonie Wafers
core Cough!, C,lds, r-ore lloarsenalin, Asthma,
entail!, urtinchltls, Difficult Breathing, :Titling of
810 d. Pains In the t.hust, 1. cipient Connutuptlon and
all dis-in.es ot the 11:1101. Not only adording tempor
ary rullet, but ellerLing a rapid and lasting cure and
ale warranted Ilr gilt satiblaction Itt tsar instance.
They do nut nauseate like alcoholic compounds, and
the medicinal t roperties are combined In a form so a
greeable and pleasant to the taste, that any child will
reatl4 take Went. One dose will always afford
RELIEF IN TEN MINUTES
TO 1 0C.11.1,h and PUBLIC :irIZAKEIId, those Wafers are
peculiarly ialuable . ttey will in Oils day remove the
most severe occasional hoarseness ; and their regular
use for a few days will, at all times, increase the pri;if:
er and flexibility of the voice, greatly improving its
tone, compass and clearness, for which purpose they
are regularly used by,many professional vocalists.
The very great celebrity of this invaluable remedy
h is induced unprincipled persons to prepare base imi
tations, which disappoint the just expectations of the
purchaser, and injure the character of the genuine
See that the word, ..BRYAN," is stamped ou each
Wafer, and also observe the lac simile ut the signature
of the Proprietor "JOB MOMS" on each wrapper, to
counterfeit which is forgery. We-Offending parties
will be dealt with to the full extent Grti e law.
BRYAN'S PULMONIC WACCRB are for solo by all Drug•
JOB MOSES, Solo Proprietor, 27 Cortiandt'St., N. Y.
Jan. 12, 11306-17.
SIR JAMES CLARKE'S
CELEBRATED FEMALE PILLS
Prepared from a prescription et Sir . I , o Alkiik. AL fl ,
Physician Extraordinary to the queen.
rrHIS well known medicine is no im
position, but a sure and safe remedy for Female
111 cultion and Obstructions, from any cause whatever
and although a powerful remedy, it contains nothing
hurtlul to the constitution.
To Married Ladles his peculiarly suited. It will, In
a short time, bring on the monthly period with regm
In all cases of Nervous Spinial Affections, Pain In
the Hack and Limbs, heavlnetts, Fatigue on slight ex.
ortion, Palpitation of the Heart, Lowness of Spirits,
hysterics, Sick Headache, Whites, and all the painful
diseases occasioned by a disordered system, these Pills
will offectk cure when all other moans have fulled;
These Pills have never boon known to fail where the
directions on the 2d page of pamphlet e,re well obse.v.
od. For further 'particulars, ggtm pamphlet, free, or
the agent. $1 and 6 postage stiimps enclosed to any
authorized agent, will insure a bottle, containing over
60 pills, - by return mall. W. ELLIOTT.,
Jan. 12, 1866-Iy. " Agent, Carlisle.
NjDe Q. Z. BRETZ, M. D;
ST D. D. S., reapoctfully °tiara
hie profesoltnal sorvlcoe to the althorn; or Caolleleati;
Itb — vialrfity — . - 01IThh — Ni — arth — Piffeitroet.
Carlisle, January 5, 18611-3rno. •
, a n of Geoige:
STATE tterst '
. N tam O o T n e ry E ,. .— tho...t.t.
a il nes, deo'd. lute ' of Lower i-Allen township, have
boon granted by the Register of said County to . G. WI
Criswell, residing In East Pennshoro township. Per
Indebted era requested to make payment, and
those having claims to present them for settlement to
, ' • . ' ' . G. W. ORISWELL,,Exgeutor.
Jan 5, 1504
Lottere i Teotamentary on tho estate of Margaret
Juno .Niekey, .Into of Plainfield. , Cumberlaild °entity,
have boon leaned by the Register ef maid Countrto the
undet'aigned 'melding In the same plate. All ',persona
Saving clalroX wlll'present them, and - those indebted
will make payment to .
Fob. 2.1666-6 t • , • Executor: •
-PURL LIBEIrIY IVIII.
will do more • and 134t0r work at a givea 'Cost
t an any other! Try It I alanbittetnied qnly by ':."!,
Zllit.i LIM A 8111ITLI.` ''' • '
• ~• Wholesale Drug, Paint & Mass Dealers,"
No 187 North Third BtreetindlaWN,
T - 1iin72.2,1860=-1y: • •
'L° Sdling at Cost.
TIiRE subscriber has determined to sell
his entire rtock of Boots and Shoos at Cost.
r Stock consists of Homo-made
Calf, Kip and Coarse Boots, Brogans,
CHILDRENS' WEAR, . 4 ,
Ladies' Morocco Boots, Glove Aid Bal-
Gaiters and Slippers.
Ala° a largo asnortmant of Eastern Work of all kinds
Now is the time to get bargains, and to buy your
Summer Shoos. an I am dotermmed to soli cheaper than
any man in the county. Don't forgot the placo— West
Main Street Opposite Marion !fall, next door to Conlyn's
F. C. FLF7IIING.
N. B.—l'oots and ;hoes made to order on reasonable
terms and at short notico.
Feb. 9, 18;6. F. C. FLEMING.
r LIE undersigned having purchased
the entire Stock of 0 rocorien of
J. M. ALLEN & CO.,
has removed the name to the Storo Room of Mr. A
WEST MAIN STREET,
OPPOSITE RILEY'S UNION 110 TEL,
whore the publie will always find nu hand a well Co.
lectod lot of
Fine Family Groceries.
TOBACCO & CIGARS,
and a general variety of articles usually round In a
first clues Grocery Store.
Car Halo, Feb. 2, 1860.
-Porcelain Picture or
THIS beautiful Picture is new wade at
Lachman Gallery, In Dr. NelDs Building, oppo
site the Firt.t National Rana. with suchperfeclion and
style, tone and finish that it cannot help hut please
every one, The to rcelain Imp:tits a most clear and
charming complexion to the picture.
All other styles of
of all slzen,
CARD PICTURES and AMBROTYPES,
aro made in the most perfect manner. A largo varie
ty of Frames and Passel - nu-touts. Cases, Albums are
on band and will ho sold cheap.
Copying done In the host manner. The public Is tse
opectfully Invited to examine specimens.
The First Premium has been awarded by late county
Fair to C. L. Lachman, for
The Best Photographs
Feb. 9, 1805.
I have this day commenced selling off
1 . my entire stock of Winter Goods nt Cost and many
less than Cost to reduce the same hefore spring ope us.
You will find a complete Hue of the following goods
&liana's, Red, IPltite nwl Yellow Flannels,
Shirting Flannels, French Merinnes, all colors, Cohurge,
Alpacas and Delaines, Plain and
The argent Stock of Balmoral ,kirtg, in the County
Al 130 a largo assortment of it colen Good., such ne
Soutags, Hoods, Scarfs,
Wool and Merino nose, Ladies, penis and Childs
Woven, in fact every article In the Dry Goods line all
of wk.ich will be sold at prices to satisfy All I also
have in full stock of
Which will he sold nt the short,t profits that they
ran he rut at. Also a full lino of tients and Boys,
B .SllO - ES,
Ladies, Nfisses and Chlidrens. Shoes and Gaiters. A
large lot Mons, Ladles and Childs Dunn Shoes, which
have also reduced In price.
We Invite all to give us a call before purchasing as
I am satisfied you can save money.
and SAVES WOMEN.
It's the Soap for Every Family.
Sold by grocers and storekeepers throughout city and
country. Manufactured only by J. it InatltlNS &
107 south Filth street, lot w Chestnut, Philadelphin.
Jan. 10, Itit,6-10t.
DISSO 'fON OF PA ['ITN RSHIP.
THE partnership holetufure existing
j between the undersigned has bin, this day ais
solved by mutual consent. The hooks and ac,,untk.
remain In the hands of (lee. I'. )l ye's. seli 0:1111e,t
requeatx all parties Indebted to him to call and settle
their accounts at once
The Grocery business will be continued at
the old stand by the senior member of the firm, (leo.
P Myers, who calls particular attention to his large
and excellent stork of new and fresh
SYRUPS, SUGARS, COFFEES,
SPICES, WOl,lOll and Willow Ware. nod every vat lety
of goods kept Son first elaS4 Family oo , oery
11,Y PRODUCE taken In esrh:ut t ;e f r go ode.
at the old etaud opposite Saxton's !lardy, are Store.
GEO. P. NIYEILS.
Ja la. 5,18136-6 t
G. M. BELTZHOOVER,
AT()RNE'I' LA \V, CARLI,LE,
P T Y 1
A. llfni,. South Hanover 4 . 1 . 01. t. ular
attention ttll en to the •.t to.ittlerh' t•lttittat,
typt, k p - rt) ,
WF. SADLER, Attorney at Law,
Carlisle Pa Ofßea in Volunteer Building,
South Hanover Street.
M L 1
,1 1 u 143
1, 1 ,, t AlxA„Nt, t
door t t o 7 h n o e o i lr er a , t l d L aw, o
• July 1,1864-Iy.
ARIES A. DUNI3AR, Attorney ❑t
9 P Law, Carl kle. Pn. Oftlre on the southside of the
Court Roane, adjointzikThe "Aruarlenn Printing Office."
TOS EP II RITNER, Jr., Attorney at
e Law and Surveyor, Mechanicsburg, Pa. Office 011
Rail Road Street, two doom north of the Bank.
miluslness promptly attended to.
July 1, 1.864.
T NO. C GRAHAM, Attorney at Law,
'Jr Carlisle, Pa. Office formerly occupied by Judge
Graham, South Hanover street.
September 8,186 b.
P. HUMERICH., Attorney at Law
j Office on Math Minot, in Marlon Mall, three
- doorseasttd-the-First -National Bank All bush:was
entrusted to him will Ms promptly attended to.
July 1, 1804,
I 1 E. BELTZHOOVE It, Attorney
sat Law 0111ce In South Hanover etreet, opposite
Bentz's dry good store Carlisle, Pa.
September 8, 1864.
M. WEAKLI?,I7, Attorney at Law,
'I • M.
on south Hanover street, adjoining the
°Mee ofJudgo Graham. AA profoolOnal buidllo.,B
ttnsted td film will ho promptly attended to.
July 1, .
QAMUEL 1114; BURN, Jr:, Attorney
at Law. Office with lien. Samuel Hepburn, Male
St. Oar Hale Pa,
Ally 1, Mg.
LAW CARD..--CHARLES E. NIA
' GLAUGHLIN t Attorney at Law, °Lilco in Inboff's
bullding,just opposite the Market House.
July 1, 15134.--ly.
I)HOTOGRAPH - ALBUMS
all slung and styles
cc. lb, 1865. AT LIAVERSTIOk.S.
T ADIES COMPANIONS, '
II 4all aorta shapes and Simi.:
Dec. 10,1865 AT lIA VERSTIC.RB
WORK BOXES, Oabas, Port Po•
lios, Tourists Dosks, Confectionary Bozos,
Games of all ,
Due. 15, 1805; r AT itiVEdBTIOICS.
Oonfeotionary . and Fruits, pt
r.11.-TA. NHIS.H-5.00 pains Flames on 'mad
Ai - of 'all kinds. Milzabothtown pattern; Loudon
do., tiornman do., with and without patent fastonings
ohoaper than ovor at IL SAXTUNT, Eat . Main at.
July 1, 18c4.
101111.YOICIAN$, - to their ad,-
0. pan ugy to god purciquiv, ItGlr ldedlciuv
! • • •: • •.! •TIA 1-?'1":i1V14. •
CIIOIOB , SEGARS Sr; TOBACCQ,
HAVING purchased. the entire stock
and fixtures ofJanics M Allen & Co., on North
Hanover street, Carlisle. I will in a short time remove
the name to the Store Room of A. Senseman, Esq., on
West Main street, where I will always keep on hand
a well selected stock of fine Groceries, Queentiwaro,
Glass and Willow ware, &c. &e.
JOIIN W. ALLEN.
Carlin , January 10, 1816.-1 y.
tii 1 :::4;: 1 1 1 '..
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4 Ve_Vr.,o .1 1 , -„ '%., ...: - .'w
' .'lj- e • i . ; '.,
Wheeler & Wilson and Howe.
The Best Simplest anti Cheapest.
THE Wheeler & Wilson machined ere
j . , adapted to all kinds of family sewing. working
equally well upon Silk. Linen and Cotton good , . with
Silk, Cotton and Linen threads, making a beautiful
and perfect stitch alike on both sides of the article
Prices of Wheeler & Wilson machines:
No. 3 machine plain, $155
2 .' Ornamental bronze, $66
' 1 o Shyer plated, $76
The Howe Sewing Machine.
1 lie attention or Tailors. Shoemakers, Saddlers and
Carriage Trimmers is called to this—the hest of Shut
tle Sewing Machines It is unanimounly admitted to
be the hest nmehine for leather work or tailoring over
given to the publc.
Price of Howe machines:
Letter A machine $OO
Is recommended for famil3 sowing Tailoring, shoe
binding and (Jailer fitting.
Letter B. machine $7O
le one size larger than A machine, suited to the
Rama w or k.
L -tier C. machine, $B6
Is rec mime:Med for heavy Tailoring. Boot and shoe
work and (. erring° trimming. It runs light sad rapid
and will do tine 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.
JNO. W. ALLEN
C)REAM WORK, Stars, Tulips, Bon.
bons, A-lamode, Choc-latun, Hands, Cocoanut and
Dec 15, 18,35
Mint, Chocolate, Cream, Lemon, Orange. Vann.
La, Rose anti Mora
Li min L‘Tenberry, Lemon, Orange, Lavender, Rose,
Neuga, and Vanilla
1 - ) OCK-CANDY, Secrets French and
1 . )1,C , 4mu0n
1.0,.. 10, 1865
Fine assortment of Candy, Toys of
Illerii.lll, Fn•n , h and Germ in makes.
Ih4r. 15:186a. AT tin V ERSTICKS.
T the Duncannon Union Lumber
4 miles north erst of Sterrett's Gap, 4%*
miles wort of Puncannon, I wile south of Billow
Bridge, near Grier point.
100,000 ft. Yellow Pine flooring,az ichl
50,000 ft. Scantling. both Oak , all sire*.
40,1100 ft. 2 inch Baru !loot in•i, Yellow e, 10 to IS
25,00:. ft 1 1 ,:i in Yellow Pine Boards, Dry.
A large lot 4.1 W. atherboarding.
A largo lot of Oak Boards.
A lArgo lot of Shingling laths.
A I.tr4e lot of Sealing Laths.
A large lot of White Pine Shingles..
A large lot of Chest ant Shingles.
Poplar Boards, Plaid: and Scantling.
Oak 11.ar s Scantling and Plank.
Sawed t_ak pest and fencing hoards.
Chestnut tails and Sro I wood, .j. 1,50 par cord.
The :those we hoer al w n)s on hand, and aro prepar.d
to saw :ill kinds. of 1.111 , to ordcr, sorb as Machin., and
Car Low' er, Wagon )1al,,•1 Lumber, Bullillog timber,
we can Haw 17' ft. in length. and are so fixed thAt we
run 114 ot dors in the tery shorts it notion, at any time
also no prepared to dent or Lumbar at any point by rail
load as by teams,
Pleas give no a call lagers purchasing
we are selling at lots pri.•es,
SOLI ElI, LATIN! fm k lIOSHOUR.
Duncaunon, Parry Co. Pa.
Dee. 1, 1865--3nA•.
(gamut ci alaTeig
YOUNG MEN nut of employment;
YOUNG :MEN nniogim: in iinziness
GE°. Y 1,10
YOUNU MEN who horn liaalad advantegee far
nn edurati., ,
YOUNG MEN well versed in Qiher respect , -, but defi
cient in any of G 101,111 1 ,11,, taught In
lira rl3,,l3nsilitss Colloo3 ;
YOUNG MEN who tt.1111,1 pos,ssi the hest means for
for ready and !Herat ive employment ;
YOUNG MEN who IN anti] ttx fdd hoing Imml.nged by
going twt. and three hundred miles to
~,,,, S 6 , ~19, at an expense of
from $3OO to $5OO,
will (Ik, well to r the trol its of this lorilltutiOct
ttt borne, which 1111101 proper inquiry and investigation
will be (owlet to pro+rort Lnllitium and aoconamodatiolui
second to ieme
In this department legitimate transaction of Trade and
Forma, are daily practiced by making actual
porgy ha•,•- and 4.t1e , . in
tie M. 1,1 Store, ronnected with
tin. , upplied tuth of Dry noods. Also
a regular 11,,nk of Del.-It and Issue, with a working
,-npit.l ill .SlOO6 0, in which ~t.li•mn fill in turn the pa
siiion ,dr Caslner. and Receiving Teller, DLacoaat
BRA NCII ES TAU() lIT.
pnnlilo,•piul in all its flatus and applications.
Business ralcalation4, fun emlorpipurn. Forms, &s.
Mercantile Law, IN ill, n•gulur recitations,.
Penotan9hll. in ..v. ry style of the art.
Plimtography .Telograpliing by regular circuit of Irk*
and Inxtrument9 Fur further particular, address
A. M. TRIMMER, Carliala. Pa
(BEND FOR CIRCULAR.]
Nov. 10, 1f65.
Large and varied stook of Groooriue,
sauces. Fish. ,te , which lAm AA - 6 at th• very
lowest Cash Prle,
Those indebted to the sultcrlbm, and particularly
those hi arrears for a length or tlmo will rome tMward
and promptly pay up, as , onger delay will not bn Hub
Nov. 3. ISnr,
THE best Cook Stoves in the Market
can be had at Wui. Fridley's 'Pinner Shop Bast
12,11ther St , Carlisle of the sign of the'lled Coffee Potd
also parlor. and pealing stoves of all !duds.
Nov. a, 18133—tf.
Losses paid in 16 years over $17,000,000
Net Assets Jan. 1, 1865.
FLEE AND INLAND RISICS.
Agencies In all tho principal Cities and ToWns la
the United Status.
Applications for Insurance will be promptly attend.
ad to by
Capt. DON Elf 00, is Intent alpo for the Metropolltait
Fire-Ininrav co company. The Guardian Life Insur
ance Conipany. and the Travelers' Insurance Company,
for all of whieh bee advertisemonts lit pnotiaor camp.
Nov. 2-1, 1802.
Burnt, Rose, Coffee, Vanilla and. Chocolat*.
Dec. 15, 1855. AT IJAVERBTDOICB
. VIT A NTH 1), AGNNTa; $l5O P F I R
--y ImpioVell Cereinnu ono
Fatally . Sewing Machine. Thlo Machias will stitch,
heel, fell, tuck, cord, breld,,blud, gather, quilt 'aro em.
broldor beautlfdlly. Pride only $2O. livery riled - due la
unlimited three yeors. For toms address or call on 0.
PO. Reception robins, NO. 255 S. 51611.1
StrSet, Philadelphia, Pa.
Jan. 20, 1856--lia.
lAR! ET Rais wantedd - for which the
---bigbes64askt-yriaornill - kqpnitrby - ' --- t — r ---
eb.9,1800. LELD/011 t &TILER.
AT II AV I.:RSTICKS
Lumber ! Lumber !
At Carlisle, Pa
Highly Important to Young Men 1
Always On Hand
STOVES! STOVES! I
M. M. DONEUOO, Agent