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Doors open every day, (Sundays excepted.)
New Boot, She 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 exhib Hon at hLs now stand south west
corner of North Hanover St. and Locust Alley, a large
Boots, Shoes, Hats & Caps,
svhich he would Blotto the attention of purchasers.
Ms stork consists In via of Mons. Boys and Youths
FINE CALF BOOTS,
Kip and Water proof Bo to. Calf and Wove Kid Gait
ers, Call and Kip Brogans, Slippers, Ite.
Floe Glove Kid, French and English lasting Gaiters,
MorOcCO. Calf and Kid Boots. and Balmorals, together
with a large assortment of heavy taco Boots and Dal
morals suited for country ware.
Misses and Children's Ware,
of all descriptions, embracing fine d and Lasting
Gaiters, Morocco, Goat and Kid Boots Ki and Balmorals,
Call and Klp lace Boots, &c.
Hats and Caps in great variety,
fur Mon, Boys and Youths Wear, from the commonest
to the very best quality, at low prices. Call at d see
His motto is small profits and quick 521.108, adhermg
so those principles he trusts he shall give general sat
isfaction to those who will favor him with their pat
Remember the Stand, S. W. et' rider of North Hanover
St , and Locust Alley, midway between Thudium's and
Wetzel's Hotels, Carlisle
October 6, 1865—tf.
WANTED I WANTED 1!
1 1 VERYBODY to call at Wm. C. Saw
J per's and get all kinds of Winter Goods at
Greatly Reduced Prices.
WINTER DRESS GOODS,
MANTLES and SHAWLS
balance of our FURS at COST, Cloths
easel tneres Mens' Wear,
Selling very cheap.
BL.ANKETS, BLANK ;TS,
at reduced prices. We aro receiving every day trout
N co• loth seasonable G nude,
USLINS, CALICOES, SHEETINGS,
all kinds of house furnishing Goods,
CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, kc.,
Persons going to house-keeping or changing resi
dence will do u ell to examine our large and well se
lected stuck. Pleas• call ono door below Martin's Ho
tel, East Main Street
W C. SAWYER & Co
tin Highest cash price paid for carpet rags.
Jan. 19, 1599.
SCHENCK'S MANDRAKE PILLS,
FOR LIVER COMPLAINT
A SUBSTITUTE FOR CALOMEL
If your bowels are costive,T THEM
If you Las e worms,
If your hrenth Is toil.
If )ou feel drowsy,
I you aro low spi rite d ,
If pou base n sick licntlactie
tr you havo taken a drop too ripen,
TAKE. A FULL DOSE
They only c,st cents VI hoe.
Blue Mass. and other preparations of Mercury,
tually produce more suffering and death than the d
eases vi bleb th e , Profess to cure. And yet this cor
else mineral so denounced by-the allopathic doctors,
prescribed by them almost universally in Liver Co,
plaint, Consumption of Lungs, &e.
THE MANDRAKE PILLS
are composed entirely of roots and 11C rl).s.ohttlined from
the great storehouse of Nature, and their salutary ef
fects will appear as anon as the medicine is brought to
the test of a fair experiment. SCHENCK'S MAN
DRAKE PILLS do not produce any nausea or sickness
of the stomach ; but when given for Dyspepsia, It may
be proper to use them in connection with SCIII.NCK'S
SEA WE ED TUNIC By this judicious treatment the
digestive faculties are speedily restored to their full
vigor, and the worst casesof indigestion may be cured.
When we reflect that the liver is the largest inter
nal organ of the body. that to it is assigned the impor
tant -duty of filtering the blood and preparing the bile,
that it is subject to many disorders, and that whim it
is diseased ur inactive the whole body suffers sympa
thetically. it is not surprising that a medicine which
can restore the healthy operatiOLlS of the Liver should
produce wonderful changes in the general health, sad
effect ,nres which may appear to be alinost miraculous.
Headache of long continuance. severe pains In the side,
breast and shoulders, aching of the limbs. a feelinr of
g.-aural weakness nod a retehrdne., end of heralarm
lug an , dbtressing s) utptoros, indicative of imperfect
or disordered action of the liver, are speedily removed
by the use of SCIiENCK' S ICON DRAKE PILLS.
Costiveness, piles. bitter or lour eructations, and
that f tolescribible Penn.' st oppression, mental a axle.
ty. languor, lethargy, at ' l depression of spirits which
unfit a Man for the utatragentent of busitleSs and the
enjoyment Id life, lire all relieved by the use of
SCHENCK'S MANDRAKE PILLS
Dr. SCHENCK —Dear Sir I take pleasure in sending
you a certificate in addition to many you have already
received from suffering humanity. I can scarcely find
language sufficiently strong to express my heartfelt
gratification of the wonderful cures your MANDRAKE
PILLS and Sk:A WEED T“N11: have eflected In the en
tire cure of one of the most stubborn cases of the affec
tion e f the liver. Fur three years I suffered beyond de
seriatim; all my trieuds, as welt as myself. cattle to the
conc.ualon that air time in this life was short. Such
was the terrible condition to which I was reduced that
life to me had become a burthen ; my whole system
wins in a state of intlannuation ; I could not eat, I
could not sleep; my whole body was filled with pain;
ewe' would arise in my wrists and ankles, render
ing them totally useless. on several occasions I was
attacked with a rush of blood to the head which would
fell me to the ground, and I would be carried away for
dead. I applied to several eminent physicians of our
city. who administered ell the medicines that they
thought would reach my case, but of no avail.
One of them said he could do no more for me, and ad
vised me, as a last resort, to drink cod liver oil. Not
relishing the horrid trash I declined to take It. Acci
dent put your advertisement in my hands. I called
on y, u ; ~,u examined me anti told me the nature of
my disease. You then ordered rue the Pills arid Tonic
with an observance of dirt, pledging your word that In
one week I would find myself another man. I follow•
ed your advice, arid, as you predicted, an astonishing
cur,, was effected I continued your Pills and Tonic
fur some time, nut now thank Hod fur his goodness,
and your valuable medicine, I am once more restored
to per feet health. I most earnestly recommend those
who are suffering from affection of the liver to give
your Pills and Tonic a fair trial, and a cure will be ef-
Mete t. I have sent many persons to you. arid they
base .111 been cured. Any Information my fellow chi
zees may require will be freely gives by the subscri
ber, at his residence, N 0.812 Federal street, between
Btll street and Passy unk road.
CHARLES JOHNSON, Sn.,
Formerly Printers' Ink Manufacturer.
Du. SCHENCK will be protossionally at his principal
office, No. 15 North Sixth street. corner of Commerce,
Pill LADELPHIA, every Saturday, from 9a. m. until
4 p. m. No. 32 Bond street, New York, every Tuesoay,
from 7 to 3 ; No. 39 Summer street, Boston, Mass., every
Wednesday, from 9 to 3, and every other Friday at 108
Baltimore street, Baltimore, Md. All advice free, but
for a thorough examination of the lunge with his Re-
. . . -
s pirometr r the charge is throe dollars.
Price of the Pulmouic Syrup and Seaweed Tonic, each
$1.50 per boti le, or 57.50 per half dozen. Mandrake
Pills, 26 rents 1 er box.
For sale by all Druggists and Dealers.
Jan. 1, 185.5-Iy.
THE Mason & Hamlin Cabinet Organs,
forty different styles. adapted to sacred and secu
lar music, for 0) to $6OO each. FIFTY-ONE HOLD
or SILVER MEDALS, or other Lirse premiums award
ed thorn. Illustrate , ' Catalogues free. Address, MA
SOP! at lIAMLIN, Rosins, or MASON BROTHERS,
Sept. 22, 1805—Iy. •
New Grocery Store
CHANGE OF FIRM I
THE undersigned hereby announces to
ma old patrons and customers, that he has dis
posed of his entire stock of Goods with the good will
of the establishment to Illessre. Puffer & Washmood,
whom ho recommends to the citizens of Cumberland
County, as active, energetic and reliable business men,
who will spare no pains to maintain and improve the
character of the old stand as a first class
With many thanks for the patronage ho has received
he bespeaks for the now firm a continuance of the same
JOHN UYER. .
PEPPER & WASHMOOD
will in ;few days receive the largest and best assorted
WILLOW WARE, &c.,
ever brought to this place, and will constantly. keep
on hand the choicest Groceries the Eastern Alarkets
afford. A full assortment of Lamps and 011 on hand.
Call and see us at the old stand, South East corner of
Presents for all , at Haverstick's.
RITING Desks, Papier, Maohie,
V V Rosewood & 'Walnut.
Dec.ls, 1655. AT 11AVERSTICKS.
GUM BELTING I
Just received a largo, anortment of alt 4i21(18*.
Own Belting, Gunk hose, hum Packing, &a., and for
sale cheap at the hardware Store of
PHYSICIANS will find it to their ad
vautazo to call and pr!rebase their Medleinas at
VAIYIILY DYE COLORS,
- AT xiumozra
": 11 3u1y1,1604.• • • • • . . .
DRIGGS I NE W PATENT.'
ARE the only Instruthents constructed
on a truly scientific principle. They have.great
er strength, and will remain longer in Tuno than any
other Piano. The construction is simple and natural
all the extraneous lumber to the body of theinstru
mon t IA dispensed with; the sound boards are merely
two arched punks of thin Wood, like the front and
bark of a 1 hdin ; the strings are attached to a strong
Iron tram°, which 18 separated and entirely independ
ent of the ease, thereby dispensing wile the old harp
form of stringing, by substitutin straight bridges,
preserving, at the same time he Over Strung Bass, of
Winch Mr. Briggs is the inventor. By those Improve
ments we gain much more vibratory
~ poWer, at the
same time prose: vieg all Its purity "and richness of
They have received the highest testimonials from the
Press, and all the principal artiste In the country,
among which are :
Harry Sanderson, L. AL Cottschalk,
Max Maretzek, S. Thalhorg,
Theodore Eisflohl, Wm. Mason,
!Femme Wollenhaupt, A. Barili,
Francis H. Brown, M. Stracicoach,
Wm. Fleury Pry, Chas. Nrailel.
Mr. Si•;QSSMUNU THAhB Elit7, the groat pianist,
says :—I have examined your now Plano-fortes, end I
cordially approve of Its system of construction. Its
principle, by which great Increase of vibratory power is
obtained, being very simple and perfectly plillosophb
cal. Thu tone is grand and noble; It has great capac.
Ity for sustaining the sound or singing, and Its vol.
umo of tone or power I have never heard excelled IE
depth, purity, and sympathetic sweetness.
Win. HENRY FRY, into musical critic of the N. Y.
Tribune says :—I have examlnedyour newly Invented
Piano-Fortes. They merit all the praise given to them
by Messrs Melberg, Gottschalk, Straeltoseb, Mason
and others. As regards structure, they are original
and philosophical; in purity, volume, and continuity
of tone; In vocal versimilltude, that crowning excel
lence which enables the planifts to "sing" on the In
strument, your m. 0.0 over deserve the highest rank
Your Invention, in my opinion, is destined to work
a radical change in the manufacture of Pianos through ,
out the world.
From the N. Y. Gerald, lept. 6.—Upon a careful ex
amination of brigg's Piano-Forte, we find the tomtits
obtained are a very fine singing tone, great purity and
brilliancy throughout the entire instrument, not often
found In Pianos constructed upon the old plan.
The N. Y. Times, July 12, says . ,—We have now an
instrument 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 Plano-Forte, 'and they
must speedily supersede the old styles.
G ENTLEXIEN !laving thoroughly examined and
tested the Mano-Fortes invented and patented by Mr
R. Pt Igo, I am of the opinion that the tone result
e front his improvements, as exhibited in the In
~aments under examination, In point of rtchnt•ss
pth and brilliancy, equals that of the best Grand
Matto Foi t 0,.. and excels them In pure, musical inton
ation and actual Inns, power thus approximating
closer to what I consider perfection in the instrument
than has yet been achieved by any other system of
man n fact tire
WM. HALL & SON;
Mere purchasinc, send for a descriptive cataloni
June 16, 18115— Iy.
Iron, English Refined,
4:1 CENTS lb. Nails, $5,50. Horse
d everything else in proportion at
•hava oisit.mo aq) .lisoddo X 1.11.1 )13 'wog
;1•111 , 31t , 111VA VrID '14.LN11 1 1.1
' , PUP[ ay a".P'ullt
opeouwa pue 0,!o4og a! 521ariv5R
HAT J - l Rut samm,dmis
IV. C. San y, 4. Co's. yreat Dry Goo
Empoi•innl, east Main St., on(' th a n• be
low Martin's Hotel.
WE have just received from New
York our Immense stock of Winter Goods. La
test importations of Vreneh, Englisb and German
1).-E SS GOODS,
ilk and soot fabrics, Plain, Striped, Barred and
Lived styles, selling ',cry • cheap.
C ATS ! COATS ! A7W !
latest Paris Mau tleS, Costs, Cheglerflelds and Circulars
at i dared prices.
" FURS, FURS, FURS,
from the importers and manufactories, an immense
supply of all kinds, styles and qualities, selling less
than city eel ail prices. Shawls, Shawls,
of evory variety OVEHCO \ TINOS, CLOTHS and
CAS,IM JOIE& We gut up suits at fi hart Int h.° and
in the best styles.
A lA, it IN DS OS NOTIONS, Drawers, Undershirts,
Gloves Se. Domestic Conde in lallo quantities.
rill grad.. 011 Cloths, Flannbla, Linens &e.
Please cull and examine the largest and boat stork
In the :Valley. We are determined to keep up our old
reputation of selling good goods at very low prhies.
W. C. SAWYER SiCO.
Highest • ash pikes paid for Carpet Raga.
Nov 2-I, Ihlls.
IMechanics and laboring
won took to your IntorostB, If you vbill to cave
money, buy your
„BOOTS, SHOES, HATS AND CAI.s,
at PLANK'S Cheap Store, South West corner of North
Hanover St., and Locust Alley, midway between Thu.
dium's and Wetzel's Hotels, Carlisle. where Boots,
Slices, Hats and Caps can be had from the commonest
article to the very best quality, at such prices that
duly competition. Os and see them.
Remember the Stand, South Went corner of North
Hanover St., andlocust Alley, midway between Thu
dluin's and Wetzel's Hotels.
Oct( bur 6. 1866-0.
ESTEVS COTTAGE ORGANS,
ARE not only. unexcelled, but they are absolutely
unequalled, by any other Reed Instrument In the
country. Designed expressly for Churches and Schools,
they are found to be equally well adapted to the parlor
and drawing room. For sale only by
k 1 BRUCE,
No.lB North SEVENTH Street, PIIILADELPIIIA.
405rAlso, BRADBURY'S PIANOS, and a complete as
sortment of the PERFECT MELODEON.
Sept. 22, 1806-Iy.
il BEETEM & BROT HERS • having
. purchased of Snyder & Newcomer their anton
-o go -Warehouse, alenderson'sold-stando head of-Ifigh•
street, bog leave to Inform the public that they will
continue the Forwarding and Commission business on
a more entensive scale than heretofore.
The highest market price will be paid for Flour Grain
and l'r oducaof all kinds.
Flour and Feed, Plaster Salt and Nay, kept coil
stoutly on hand and for sale.
Coal of all kinds, embracing
LAWBEERY, &c., &c.
REITER & WABHMOOD
Llmeburnors' and Rlacksmitbs' Coal, constantly Ahr
sale, 'Kept under cover, and delivered dry to any part
of the town.' Also, , kinds of LUMBER constantly
on band. .
will leavo their Warehouse every morning at 7 o'clock,
arrive at Harrisburg at 11 o'clock,' and at Ilorrard &
lisnchman's Warehouse , Nos. 808 and 810 hiarket street
Philadelphia, at 8 o'clock in tlp J. eveningl lUETNsl of &
• . B
Nov. 10, 1805.
eNEW - GCIODS.- • ' •
Every description and anal* Groceriea,
a . :mummer, hardware, Plekele, Sauce, Fine Liquors,
Tobacco, Bogue, Pipes, rued" Fruits and 'vegetables in
Gan; (Vetoes de. Spicee„Wood r and Willow ware, ell
kinds snit of ihet.baeCqualltp,tind• tali(' Bold hit the
lowest prices for,essh ,hy, ; ;•
' • -•-• ,•
L. M. GOTTSCHALK
THIRD GRAND ARRAN AL
MONEY : MONEY
Money Saved is Money Earned.
FLOUR & FEED,
COAL, PLASTER & SALT
II Daily Freight Line
tREAS, I, Wm. A, MILES, Car
lisle, Pa. having just returnod from the Bac:
ern cities with an extensive assortment of the most
ashionable and brilliant colors of
Cold Wool IN;Lanes,
Therefore purchasers 'will find it to thoir advantage
Ai give me A rail.
Also, the handsomest assortment of
PLAID DRESS GOODS.
Particular attention given to MouvuuNn GOODS.
WM. A. MILES.
Directly opposite the Mansion house, and ono door
neat df the Post Mee.
Sept. 21, Me
In Eby's Old Stand, Dlain St,
L. BERNHARD & SON,
- INFORM the citizens of Carlisle and
1 vicinity that they have just opened 'nth() &boy°
popular stand, an immense stock of
First Class Clothing,
and Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods. Their stock con
sists in part of
Coats, Pants and Vests,
for civilian or soldier, made alter the latest pail erns, 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
Psi lity/ Gnarls Of fill dew' r(ptiorts.
In fact a complete and entire assortment of Clothing
nod Furnishing Goods.
Don't forget the place, Eby'S Old Stand. "Marlon
Hall," Main Street, Carlisle, Pa.
L. BERNHARD & SON.
ripHE old Hardware stand of Lewis F.
Lyne, has passed into the hands of W. E. Miller
& S. A. Bowers. who are now trannartinu business un
der the name and style of
MILLER & LOWERS
The new firm have just returned from the city and
are now prepared to furnish to the public at the lowest
prices, all kinds at
FO I! ERIN AND DOMESTIC
hardware, Conch Priming, Paints. Oils,
&r. A lock Into their store will vonvinee all that they
have enough of goods to fully supply the demand In
this market. POrSOUS 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, Itins.
GRAND (PEKING DAN
Greenfield & Sheafer's.
WE have now ready for inspection
the most beautiful assortment of Dress (foods
over exhibited In Carlisle, at privet within tho reaoh
of all. As we were so fortunate as-to be in Now York
during the late
which lasted only two days, we have determined
give out customers the advantage in all goods bong
during the too dais, that goods wan e sold at the to
est prices. Stacks of
I ins Plain in Colors,
!aid Poplins. Strips do.
Brocade Reps, Foulard
Poplins. Empre.-s Cloths,
Stool Plaids, French Nlerlooes
In all colors, Coburgs or every sh.
rnlor, Silk Plaid Crapes, Satin (Iris:01os, Plaid
de Chevron, De Lainos, all nose designs.
In addition to the above immense stock of Li
Goods tireentield k Shooter have a full line of
at pricel that defy cumpetiou. We can eel l
MUSLINS, CALICOES, GINGHAMS
lower than other inerrhan to paid fie the same (loud
ten days afpf. Those who desire a Soot for their eye.
should not fail to cull and examine our Stock. Reel
In mind the place, South East corner Market Square
Thankful for the past patrona,. sue respec . tt ully sr
licit a continuance of the SOlllO
GREEN VI ELD suiEA VER.
Ilet(dam f, 1,;:a
\V. C. SAW Elt, NO. A. 1)t K 1 4 : 7 .1 NO
BU ItK II OLD I.:R.
have taken into partnership, .Ino. linrichold
.Ino. A. Duke (r10r1,4 in thy ,torel for the purra,
~ntinning thin IkeUunde Lanluecc under the tit
W. C. S:lsv yor Co:
Our Store is !Mil' (11,011 f“r busho , s whore a
101 l of
,VEA ,Sv OXA /1 LE DoODS
may be found, tye, will he receiving
every day and intend to keep up the reputation of the
ore, for activity, liberality, and for always haying the
best btork of goods In the Valley.
Being very thankful ter the large patron'age given
me by a generous pu bile, I respectfully ask a Math
uattee of the saw,, to the New Firm We will endeav
or to merit the Myer of those aho will give us a call.
The books et the late owner are here for settlement
and permms indebted are recto& Lod to wake sett],
East Maio. Strevt. ono dour below• Martin's Mae].
V,. C. SAWYE
Sept- K ,
The First Premium,
FOR THE BEST PHOTOGRAPHS
tlb /We Olt 7111101 . 1(170 (Chitty
hI S bre!t warilcri to
•' C. L. LOCHMAN.
yi R. Lochman has the pleasure to an•
nou nee to the public. that ho has re-purchased
his old room 'Com Mr. M'Alillan In Airs. Nelrn build
ing, opposite the First National Bank, and guarantees
O.A RT ES DE VISITE,
A M B 111/TYPES, &c.
Ilavdno superior, and in tone, finish and clearness,
surpass most pictures produced. Ile gives his person
al atlontion to the room, and with the best and most
Improved in , trumento 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 In the most perfect
itnols Sit lint/ h'nr ,IPnlay Presents
HENRY lIA HPER,
520 ARCH STREET
SOLID SILVER WARE
and Superior Silver Plated Ware.
Nov. 24, 1805-2 m.
General Insurance Agency.
THE undersigned is agent for the fol
lowing Ufa and File Insurance Companies, vie.,
Mutual Life Insurance Coraitany '
Home lire " "
Manhattan " "
Enterprise " " Philadelphia.
Particular attention given to Perpetual Insurance.
Rates as low as consistent with security. Office with
O. P. Hunirlch, Esq., in Marlon Hall Building, Main
Dec. 22, 1865 .6m,
I have this day commenced selling off
my entire stock of Winter goods at Cost and many
less than Cost to reduce the Immo before spring opens.
You will find a complete line of the following goods
&Winch's, Red, White and Yellow Flannels,
Shirting Flannels, French Merinoes, all colors, Caburgs,"
Alpacas and Delaines, Plain and
The largest Stock of Balmoral 8103 In the County
also a large assortment of Woolen oo ' , ds, such as
Sontag% hoods, 'Scarfs,
Wool and Merino Hose,. Ladles, Gents and Childs
Gloves, in fact ovary article in the Dry Goods line ell
of whielt will be sold at prices to satisfy all. T also
have a full stock of
Which 'will ha sold at the shortest, profits that they
cdn be cut at. Also a full line of Gents. and
BOOPS and SHOES,
Ladles, Misses and Ohlldrene, Shoes and Gaiters. A
large lot fauns, Ladios and Childs GUM iniqcs, which
ha ye also reduced in price.,
'We Invite all to give us call boron purchashig as
L am satisfied yo,u,can save money.
MIAS. WIWI , .
11DE[YSICTANS:,willfind: it to their
vantage to cult and ili.ral4aaO their Medicine at
0010.13 SEGtARS' TOBA.000;
NOW Stook of Ha : daps. ,
AT KELLga's OLD STAND,,
- North Hanover &red.
Aalesplendid assortment of all the new
styles of Silk Moleskin, Slouch . Soft & Straw
now open of clty and home Manafacture which will
bo sold qt the lowest cash prices. Pc:Abate of aliqual.
Hies frotmthe finest Beaver and Nutria, to the cheap.
est Wool, and of all colom, unsurpassed by any this
Bide Philadelphia. A. largo stock of
Palm, Leghorn Draid,lndla Panama, and
Strati , . Childrons fancy &o.
Also a full assortment of Hens, Boys and childrons
caps of every description and style,
'rho subscribor invites all to come and examine his
stock. Doing a pritctlcal hatter, ho feels confident of
giving satisfaction. Thankful for the liborat patron-
age heretofore bestowed be solicits a continuance of
the same. Boot f rget the stand, two doors above
Shriner's Hotel and next to Corman'a shoo store.
.fottre A.. icr.LLER, Agt.
N. B. Hats of all kinds mado to order at short notice.
Black do ,
SAMUEL E. IrUMEIGII,
LARGE ARRIVAL OF FRESH
GROCERIES—FISIT OF ALL EMS.
Among which la a large lot of real genuine Raltl
morn dry salt OFFRINO, in oak barrels, MACHAIIEL
at prices that Is really astonishingly low. ['laicals o
and a good aorortment of
TOBACCO AND SEGARS,
LIQUOI?S, 6. C..
at the lowest lutes for CASII or Country Produce.
July 1, 1854.
At the Rooms of J. C. LESIIER,
JUG'S Building, south east corner
Marltet,fiquare, of Wu Lilco platuren, consisting of
CARTES DE VISTE,
in all sty les a. d sizes, from Life size to the Miniature
picture, for r ings breast pins, pictures aro
warranted superior to any taken in tints county or
elsewhere, his material is at the best, and his artists
cannot be surpassed. Pm' ore cases and frames of all
Qualities, from the richest sits and ....ewood, to
the plainest .na cheapest. Ills prices are made to suit
all classes and conditions of men.
'Thankful for past favors, and asks a continuation of
ho same. • _
Oct. 13, 18135-6lnn
NEW GOODS: NEW GOODS!
GRAND opening of unrivalled goods
J ust received from the Eastern sitios; consist
ing of clioiro ono va,lod selections at A. W. Bents's
stern, Seuth Hanover St., (he familiar and well known
Our list “fDrers comprigog
4reat variety including tho best goods imported,
Grains, Lyons Ta!Teta, Urns do Rhino, (hos d'
nonnd figured. Lupin's, Morinons In all colors
I. Plaid Morinnes and Poplins,
/_::ALPREASS CL THN
gured and Plain, Alpaccas all talados, Coburgs, Do
mines of Elegant Designs.
onets and Canibries, Plain and Plaid liamsooka
LINE NS AN D COTTON GOODS,
NittrSHMV, Cl,llllter).lle% r Cry cheap.
hy ory quality of white and coloroa flannels, Blank
a lialumrat skirts Ac. A latgo stock of
Sattinet to Velvet Cord, Ilorne.made Joann &r. I have
now a superior assortment of
Bonnet Velvets and Eil kn, Bonnet and trimming Rib
bons, Malines, English Crapes and bares.
Single and Double width all wool DeLainos, Em
press Cloths, Lupin's Bombazine. Cashmere, French
Mt•rinoes, Velour Reps, Velour IN en, Alp/Wen, CllllO
Cloth, queen Cloth, Striped Mohair.
English Prints, Thibet Long Shawls, Crape Veils
Collars, Handkerchief,. and Belting.
NOTIONS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
Floor and Oil cloth, Window Shades, I.lm.
brellas, and (loop Skirts. All ve.-y our, anti cons: -
ally under the market prim-es
Nov. 3, 1866
111 E LIGHT OF TILE WORLI.
PILLS AND SALVE
hese Life giving remedies are now, for the first time,
en nubile ly to the world. For over a quarter Or a
Wry 01 pi i vale practice the ingredients In these
Life giving Pills !
With the greatest success. Their rela
tu is nut only to prevent disease, but to cute. They
arch out illy various maladies by which the patient
sulfuring, and re-invigorate the. failing system. To
0 aged and infirm a few doses of these valuable PILLS
II prove to be
A VERY FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH
Poi in every c.ate they add new life and vitality, and
restore the waning sum gins t their pristine state.
To the young sod middle-aged. they Avill_prove ,most
invaluable, as a ready, specific, and sterling medicine.
Here is s dream realized, that Ponce-de-Leon sought
for till ee hundred years ago, and never found. He
looked fora Muntain 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,
nod show, lu one glorious tact, the magic that made It
These Famous Remedies
Cannot stay the flight of years, but they can force back,
and hold aloof, disease that might triumph over the
aged and the young. Let none hesitate then, but
seize the favorable opportunity that offers. When
taken as prescribed—
FOR BILIOUS DISORDERS
Nothing can be more productive of cure than those
Thrir almost magic Influence Is felt at once ;
and (be usual concomitants of this most distressing
disease are removed. ihese remedies aro made from
They will not harm the moat delicate female, and
in be given with cud 6ifect In prescribed deties to the
For Cutaneous Disorders
And all eruptions of the skin, the SALVE is most In
valuable, It does not heal externally alone, but peso•
trates with the most searching effects to the vary root
of the evil !
DR. MAGGIMIS PILLS
Invariably cure the following Die
Foyer and Aguo,
Lowness of Spirits,
/Kir Notice.—Noun genuine Arithout the engraved
trademark around each pot or box, signed by DR. J.
AIAGGIIEL, 43 Fulton st., Now York, to counterfeit
which Is felony.
iifir Sold by all respectable Dealers in Medicines
throughout the United States and Canadas—at 26 cents
per box or pot.
Jun. 10 18613-Iy.
FOURTH ARRIVAL !
jjaving taken the' advantage of the
ixgroatdeolloe in all kinds of Dry Goode that has
just occurred in the Eastern Markets, wo have Just
made a large addition to our Winter Stock, and have
'marked every. thing docin to correspond with the
present prices. Please call and ace the groat Bargain('
you turnOw got In all kinds of
FANCY DRESS GOODS, .
CANTON - FLANNELS,
Great Bargains in.Dianketa: Greatilargains l in Shawls,
Great Bargains tivoLonts and OASSIMERESArand
Grand display of Ladlos, Mims nod Chlldron's Furs,
Gratul display - ofo
/ 14all 41. full block •.o
all IritUla , of : • „ *. •
such es Floods; Jackets, Shirts, and Prairere,
Scoria, Tlos,lloso, Gloves, liontags, &c. .•
onitrOrs, OARPET.S, r. ,
;011,Clothe,Itugs, Matto, Window, Dodos, &a. i .
Please' call !ludas° for .yourselves that wo 'aro fully
prepared to give you the greatest Bargains , you have
'seen for a long time, and we .have determined not to
be undersold, and always take great pleasure In axhib ,
iting our complete stock of Goods sultablo for the
- - ' LErpiorr v DaILLOB.
Doc. 10, 1805.
Wanitf.ed 'lmmediately. i.;l
.N ,xperionceil Suktepplatt i
shorouglg.kiaowlodgo ,pitkp DF,y clood , p4slngtok
tte.ottuot 'no apply. ' •
Oarlialo, Feb.l4, 1,81.10. ' -
AGAINST ACIOIDENTS. /
Travelers' Insurance Company.
PROVIDENCE, R. I.
LOSS OF LIFE OR INJURY
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
DOLLARS secures a Policy for $l,OOO
payable In cane of death from accident.
5 DOLLARS secures a Policy for $l,OOO, payable in ease
of death from accident, and also insure+ $6.00
per week compensation in case of accident not
causing death, but disabling from pursuit of
25 DOLLARS a Policy for $5,000, pith $25 per week
Other sums in like propor' lon.
OCNERAL ACCIDNINTS include Scalds, Qua-shot
wounds, Dislocations, Sprains, effects of lightning or
explosions, Choking, Drowning, Warty accident result
log from external causes.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
SIITIT PADIMFORD, Protet Nationnl Bank of North
A. E BURNSIDE, Major General U. B. A.
J. 5, PHETTEPLACE, Firm - of Photteploce & Seagrove
ALLEN 0. PECK, Prost(loot Narragansett Ina. Co.
HENRY H. ORMSBEE, Pres't MonuPre Mutual Fire
- . . . .
JADEZ C. KNIGHT, Merchant.
TIIOMAS G. TURNER, 1 3 ree't Equitable Ins. Co.
ALEXANDER FAIiNtIM, Merchant.
J.B. DARISE, See) , Atlantic Inouranco Co.
FRANK MAURAN, American Steamboat Co
L. 13. FRIEZE, With A. & W. Sprague
ROYAL O. TAFT Firm of Taft Wooden & Co.
J. 11. Ds WOLF, Neal- American Insurance Co
BENJAMIN BUFFIJM„ American Wood Paper Co
JOAN T. MATTRAN, Manufacturing Jeweller
HENRY H. ORMSHEE. President.
J. S. PARISH, Vice Presikent.
11. H. RAWSON, Secretary.
HOLLINSHEAD & GRAVES,
0 Walnut St. Philadelphia.
11. M. DONEHOO,
agent at Carlisle, Cumberland Co. Pa, who is also 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. LEBLIER
Anew and extensive lot of Winter
Goods is just being opened at Ogilby's.
These goods have been purchased during the last
week when goods were lower than they have been for
some time. All in went of
and Dehanes would do well to cell and examine before
Also a fine tut of fancy al tides for •
h will he sold cheapen than Call be bought 0
Po not thrget the old stand ou the Corner oppos
the Post Office,
lice. 15, 18n5
jrW. SMILEY, has just. received a
large and elegant assortment of superfine and
medium quality of FRENCH AND GERMAN CLOTHS,
BLACK AND FANCY CASSIMERES AND V ESTINGS;
a general assortment of Union CASSIMERES, SATI
NEI S, JEANS, &e., all of whieh I will manufacture to
order, in superior style, at moderate prices, or sell by
the yard. I have secured the services of THOMPSON
S. REIGHTER, one of our most fashionable and popu•
lar Tailors, who will always be found in the store to
cut and superintend the manufacturing department,
on he hereby invites his old patrons and the public
to give him a call.
A large ahst,rtment of
Ready Made Clothing
of our own lunnufnetUro for nien and boys, at prices to
suit the times, will always be found on our shelves.
I will let no man undersell mc.
BOOTS, SHOES' AND HATS
My stock of prime Kip, Water Proof Calf and hoavy
boots to., for loon and boys in very large and complete
together with a full assortment of it omoriVand •
dren's lino and every day wear, all of which you
find selling at the very lowest prices possible. C
see and bo satisfied.
Trunks, Travelling-Bags &e
at low prices.
Do not bill to glee me a call, as I will always be glad
to Roe you, and fool confident that I can supply you
with as good, well mado and desirable Clothing, Boots,
Shoes, Hats. Re., cc can ho found In the market, and I
think at lower prices.
North Hanover street, between Shreinor's hotel and
September 8, 1865 3m
Samaritan's Gift !
TIIE MOST CERTAIN REMEDY EVEI
Contains no Mineral, no Balsam, no Mercury
Only Ten Pills to be Taken to F l llect a Cure.
rrHEY are entirely vegetable, having
no smell nor any unpleasant taste, and will not
In any way Injure the stomach or bowels of the most
Cures In from two to four days, and recent eases in
"twenty-tour hours." Prepared by a graduate of the
Unlversity of Pennsylvania, one of the most eminent
Doctors and Chemists of the present day.
NO EXPOSURE, NO TROUBLE, NO CHANGE iWHATEVEIt.
Let thy, who have despaired of getting cured, or
who hare been gorged with lialsam Mercury, try the
Scut by mall In a plain envelope.
Price—Male package, $2. Female $3.
BLOOD! BLOOD! BLOOD
SCROFULA, ULCERS, SORES, SPOTS, 'PETTERS
SCALES, BOILS, Olt VENEREAL DISEASES, &c.
Is offered the public as it positive cure.
THE SAMARITAN'S ROOT AND HERB JUICES, IS
the most potent, certain and effectual remedy ever
prescribed—it reaches and eradicates every particle of
the veueral poison, so that the cure Iv 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.
although you may be pronounced hymn 116, tho
SAUAILI'I'AN'S ROOT ST, riEfill JUICES
will remove every vegtige of Impurities from the sys
tem, as well as all the bad °Meta of Mercury.
FEALA.LES I I
In many affections with which numbers of Females
is most happily adapted, In Wham inixiaring down,
Falling of tho Womb, Debility, and for all complainte
Incident to the sax. Sent by oxproes Price sl,2s'per
is used in conjunction with the Root and llerbJuices
Full directions. Price 25 cents.
The efficacy of these remedies, is alike acknowledged
by physicians and patients: 'They are used in the
United States Hospitals, thus restoring the 'health of
many of our bravo soldiers.
What the Surgeons say of the Sa
- 41 .1 have great satisilmtion in stating that" I have
used the Samaritan's Ilemedlen' for Venereal Disease.
In its most customary forms; that - .I have-used them;
with Judgment,- discretion, and properly, and have
found thorn respond to my anticipations promptly and
effectually. Knowing their composition, I have the
fullest confidence in their efficacy, andaa far as my
use of thorn extends, I recommend thnm strongly.
tot it bu understand that these remedies are as roc•
ommended, and will positively - core the ctleeasee 'for
which they are offered.
For solo at llaveratlek's Drug E3toro, Hanover 840ot
014 Rao Bt., Philadelphia.
pHYSICITANS will And itto oir-ad-
vantago to 'call and purcliaso tboinliledlolnos at
•.. . ' RALSTON'S. ';
Wino, #4ecuAcup,, pftujc.o,
u tars Bud Tambourines.
,z • oe.l 0 ) 18135. _
- - $200,000
J. W. SMILEY
"Yes, A Positive Cure."
R 0 0 T & HERB ..I 1; S
DO NOT 1/ESPAIR I
ROOT & lIERB JUICES,
Prtaft, tho Daltimoro Bond
"PoBT Ilospini, Foul. MArtenam,
1361116:t0re, Md., Fob• 29, 1864.
The great Strengthening Tonle.
(Not a Whisky Preparation.)
DEBILITY ! 'DEBILITY !
'resulting from any cause whatever
RESTORATION OF THE SYSTEM,
Diseases of Camp Life
Male or Female,
Adult or Youth,
WILL FIND IN Tills BITTERS
a pure Tonle, not dependent on bad liquors for their
almost miraculous effects.
ISYs~P, q PSIA,
AND DISEASES RESIT ;TING FROM DISORDERS
OF TIM LIVER AND Dm EsTIVE ORGANS.
ARE CURED BY
II.001" LAND'S GERMAN HITTERS,
This Bitters has
PERFORMED MORE CURES,
GIVES BIArI"FER SATISFA(
ILAS MORE TESTIMONY,
as more Respectable People to vouch for It, than any
her article in the Market.
We defy any one to enntradiet this assertion, and
WILL PAY $lOOO
to any one who will produce a certificate publish by
no that la not genuine,
()FLAN IFS GEBAI AN 13 ITT E
WILL. CURE EVERY CASE OR
Chronic or Nervous Debility,
Diseases of the Kidneys,
and Diseases arising front a disor
observe the following symptoms resulting nom di
orders of the digestive organs:
Constipation, inward Piles, Fullness of Blood
the Head, Acidity of the Stomach, Nausea,
Heartburn, Disgust for Food, Fullness of
Weight in the Stomach, Sour Eructa
tions, Sinking or Fluttering at the
Pit o f two Stomach. Swimming
of the !lead. Hurried and
Fluttering at the
heart, Choking or Suf
locating SO118:010111; a bens in a
lying Posture ' DiIIIM,SS
Of V WOO, Dots
or Webs before the Sight,
Fever and Dull Pain in the Mad,
Deficiency of Perspiration, Yellowness
of the Skin and Eyes, Pain in the side,
Bark, Chest, Limbs, Ay., Sudden Flushes of
Heat, Burning in the Flesh, Constant imagining
of Evil, and great D'ornotiSon of Elptrlts.
7/I,d th /hors is nut
CONTAINS NO RUM OR WHISKEY
AND CANNOT MAKE DRUNKARDS
BUT IS THE REST TONIC IN
Road who Says So.
Erorn the Rev. Lett f 7. Beck, Pastor of the Baptist
Church, Pemberton, N. J., formerly of the North IMP
tint' Church, Philadelphia, at- present Pastor of the
Baptist Church, Cherter,
hove known ILndie (lerman flitter,' 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 them to many oth
ers, and know that they have operated in a strikingly
beneficial manner. I take great pleasure in thus pub.
lialy proclaiming this feet, and calling the attention
of those afflicted with the diseases for which they are
recommended, to those bitters, knowing from expert•
euro that• my recommendation will he sustained I
do this more cheerfully as Moll:old', (litters is intend
ed to benefit tha afflicted, and Is -not a rum drink.'
From lies'. N. D. Seigtried, of if wellth Bap.
tilt Church, Phila.
Gentlemen :—I have recently ' een laboring under
the distressing effects of indigestion, accompanied by
a prostration of the nervous srstem. NI M 11,0115 rem
edies were recommended by friends, and some of thorn
tested, but without relief. Your leolland's German
Bitters were recommended by persons who had tried
them, and whose favorable mention of these bitters
induced mu to try them. I must confess, that I had
an aversion to Patent Medicines Iron, the "thousand
and one" quack "Bitters," whose only aims' seems to
be to palm off sweVlened and drugged liquor upon the
community in a sl* 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 IL 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 a
Very respectfully yours,
W. D. SLID FE I ED
No. Pel Sharlutmaxon Stre
From A. M Spangler, Editor of the Culturist, No
2C North Sixth Street.
Bones eighteen months since I was a severe sufferer
from Dyspepsia. I was not only unable to take plain
food without suffering great distress, but hsd become
so debilitated as to be almost unfitted for active busi
ness of any kind.
After trying a variety of ins-called remedies, all of
which proved worthlo,s, 1 was Induced, at the sugges
tion of a medical filenti, to give iloofland's dermas
Bitters a trial. I accordingly purchased six bottles,
.•. • . .
which were taken in accordance with your directions.
The result was complete removal of all distressing
symptoms, after eating or drinking, anthe 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 manifested before I hatidtallen the first
I have also used it in my family with the happiest
results, and take great pleasure In adding my testl
nosy to that of the many others who have been lione
fitted by them. 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 above testimony will be the means of induc
ing any who suffer from dyspepsia to give your bitters
a trial (when it, feel confident, will give them re
had it is at your service. Yours, truly,
From the lice. E. D. Font:tall, Assistant Editor Chris:
Lbw Chronicle, Phila.
I have derived decided benefit from the use of Hoof
land'a German Bitters, and fool it my privilege to rec
ommend them as a most valuable tonic, to all who are
suffering from general debility or from diseases analog
from derangement of the liver.
Yours, truly. E. D. FENDALL.
From Bev. D. Merrill°, Pastor of the Passyuntt Bap
tist Church, Phila.
From the many respectable recommendations given
given to Dr, lloollaud's Outman Bitters, I was induced
to give them a trial. After using worm! bottles I
mend them to be a good remedy for debility, and a
most excellent tonic for the stomach.
From Rev. Wm. Smith, formerly Pastor, of the
Yincontowu and Millvillo (N. .1. ) Baptiat Churches,
Having used In my family a number of bottles of
your lloolland's German Bitters. I have to say that I
regard them as an excellent medicine, specially adapt.
-ed to remove the diseases they are recommended for.
They strengthen and invigorate the system when de,
bil hated, and are useful in disorders of the liver, loss
of appetite, &c.. I have also recommended them to
several of my friends, who have tried them, and found
them ;,:reatly-beneficial in. the - restoration - of - health
Duo Itutehinson Street.
: FronaJ. B.llertenn; ef the Glrutan Reformed Church,
Kutztown, Berke County, Pm
Respected Sir :—.I have been tumbled with Dyspep
sia nearly twenty years, and have never used any
medicine that did 1110 as much good as Hootland's
tors. lam very much Improved in health, after hay.
lug talon five,bottles. Yours, with respect,
J. S. HERMAN.
IHIWARE OF COUNTERFEITS.
;Sao that tho signature of "O. IVI. JAUKSPN". la on the
Wrapper of each tottlo,
811aslo nottlaOne bollar, or a Half Doz. for $5
Should your nonroat druggist not have tho article
do not bo put off by any •of tho intoxicating prepara
.tions that may_bo offered In-its place, but sond ta• - ue
,andlre will forworff;:securely packed by. _express..
- • PRINOf PAL -iairiacm -AND MANDFAOTODY - ,
• • No,,Q3l.Arch
. • • JONDD &•):IVANS,
• ISuotossoro to 0. M./Jackson & Co."
Per sale by Driigglett) atid Poators ovory town In
tlitUnlto 1, 180 d a
06- 4y .`
ON and after MONDAY, November 20,
1805, Passengor Tralns will run daily, as follows,
FOR CIIAMBERSBURO AND lIARRIA3URO.
Leave Llngeystown, 7:10 A. 111., 2:45 P. M.
" Greencastle, 7:45 " 3.35 "
krr i at 8,17 ' 4:20
Obaulbers'g, - -
Leave 8:25 " 1:15 "
Leave Shippnusburg 8:55 " 1:48 "
New Ville PAI7 " 2:21 "
` Carlisle 0:50 A.M 10:03 " 3.04 "
" Mechanicsburg 7 :21" 111:30 " 3:37 "
Arrive at Ilarrisburg 7:50" 11:10 " 4:10 "
MN GIIAMBERPII WIG AND ileamtsTowil:
Leave Harrisburg 8:40 A. 11., 1:10 P. m 433/ P.M
" Mechanicsburg 0:18 " 2:20 " 6:05 "
Carlisle 9:00 " 2153 .4 . 6:30 f•
" Newville 10:34 " 3;20 '•
" 18hippensburg 11:07 •• 4:00 •
Arr at 11:36 " 4:30 4 4
Ima we 11:10
Leave Greencastle 12:21 P. 11 1:30 ••
Arrive at Hagerstown 1:00 6:19 • •
making close connections at Harrisburg with Trains
to and from Ph iladelphla, New York, Pittsburg, Balti
more and, Washington.
44:4-I'he Train leaving Ilan isburg ut 4:30, P. M.,
runs only as tar as Carlisle. 0. N. LULL, Supt
Chain b'g. Nov. 24, 1865. J
4 . 40AL AND LUMBER YARD.-
j The subscriber having lensed the yard formerly
occupied by Armstrong and bluffer, and purf•hased the
GOAL AND LUMBER,
fn thn ard, togathor with an imulonso new stoc
will have constantly on hand and furnish to a
der all kinds and quality of seasoned
Paling Plastering Lath, Shingling • Lath, worked
Flooring and M e alit rboarding Pont,' and Balls, and,
evil) , article that belongs to a Lumber Yard.
%II kinds of Shingles, to wit: Whitopine Hemlock
and Oak 01 different qualities. lb v ing ''rare f my
ow n I e o n furnish bills to order of any length and
size nt the Muirtebt, notice :Il;d on the most reasonable
terms )1) worked 1 "lids will be kept under cover
an tin y c 111 be 11 rnisht d dry at all tunes
I hIA i. .on t mtly on baud all Mods of Family
Coal under rover, . Well I will deliver . h in to any
part of Um borough. To wit :
1,3 ki um 1 Ole), Broken Ngg,
~...44, Stoveand Nut Luke 'Fiddlers
~, .. g , 4" % 11 ( i orlon, Locust Mountain,
(•Pre I t=
I old. r) which I pled ,m iny
-411 It= ~•I f to ..,Il nt tfd - 10. est
Ili E Allen and 141ast pen nAuro'
tual Fire II1S1111(11.1! Company of Cumberland
County, incorporated by 1111 act of Assembly, in the
year 15 , 13. and having recently had its charter extend
ed to the year 1553, is 1101 V in active and vigorous op
eration, under the httperintendence oi the tonsil ing
boned of 3lattager,,
(lovas. Chrinti..ti Sta . ) inan..laeni, Eberly
D. Bully, Alex. Catheart, J. 11. Coover. John Eirbelber
ger. Joseph 'Wickersham, Sand. Eberly, )11a-es Bricker,
ndol ph Martin, Jacob Coos er, and 1. C. Dunlap.
'''lll. rates of hist/ram, are as 101 e and favorable as
any Company or the kind in the State. Perkona wish
ing to bocorno nronthets are invited to make applica
tion to the egenu i.f Vie Company, who are willing to
wall, upon then, at any time.
51'31. It. Pregidelit,
l'iberl3":. Mills, I'. O.
N . .sT AI . NI A N, lire President,
JOHN I' I>CN I.ll', Seery Nle.dianicsburg.
I)A2s,' I El, lIA I IN, Dillsbut;:., Vold, Co.
LEII G, BECK
.1/111L1DELPIIIA, July 15, 186
A. M. SPANGLER
CHANGE OF HOURS.
t luday I
Limehui-iter's and litetelesmilli.s 0,11,
003, 00 hand vhirh I will nullat the lowest li
Yard. west 01,10 /II Grammar exhool. Alain rl rept.
CL1111111.1 . 11111.1 Handy.-- .L.llll 1'1( . 4. . unity
Zen; inv. :"Ilirellutusimvl; ; PerlYl, 1,101,i11,4011:
1I1 , 111) Ito, mai., (11 1,01 to, ; t;riflii h. South
dl ithllet.oll; Samu.•l S:1111111'1
)il,ll/11111 . 11 1 / 1 111: V. Cc7ilin,Slivioherdstown
1). Culv e r, lipp, A Hon ; .1. 11. S., iron Sllery Spring:
Joh., alou tine Feerna n. Now rumber
land ; James 11.•Candlish, vino
York rounty--W. l'irhing. Dover; Jain, (II iflith,
Wallington; J. F. DvarSorfr, Washington; Richey
Chtrh, 1). Rutter, Fairview ; John IVilliamh
Dauphin co ---,Jacob Houser, Harrisburg.
)lenihers of Ow Company having policies about to
oxpire, 1,011 have 010111 rerleWO•l by nicking application
to any of the Agents.
LYNCH & FOOTE,
Plumbers & Gas Fiiters
/The subsoriben+ inform the public that
they still eon thlue the
(lA:4 FITTING AND PLUM DINO
In .fines at the Old Slancl in the hie.inneel of the Kirsi
Methedisl Chureh. They all .0./1,111 pieroplly 1 ,, nil
business in their line.
Lead and Iron Pipes. Ily,hnuta. Het and mid
/5//0 iFER. /IA 7'llS,
W,tor ejilt-els, Fort, and Litt Pumps, \\'i 't' Welded
Tubes, Iron Sinks, Bath Tubs, Bath Boilers, Wash Mt
sins, Hydraul r Mns. &c., and every description o.
eics and fittings !in. gas, steam, watei, dc. Super Inc
wiring range , , ii hors and gas fixtures put up in
lurches. ,lures and do .lllngs, at shot t notice. in the
ost Int,dern style. All mAterials and woric In our
nl' at Inw rates (1.1 1131 (. ( . 3'l l .11.
I:01_03111 try liorlc and j il,hiag n,mptly attended to
First Prize Medal at the World's Fair,
T - ` 75 P41
?TUE undersigned has just received,
and intends W keep constantly on hand a full as.
sortmont of the unequalled Pianos manufactured by
Steinway Si Sons of Now York.
Each Instrument will be carefully selected In tho
)1/LllMM:tory, and will be sold at the
&ow York Cash Factory Prices,
with the +l.ddition of Frorght to Catlin to.
written guarantee of entire satisfaction will be
al von by the subscriber to each purchaser.
Persons desirous to purchase are Invited to call and
oxiunino thus., unrivaltod Pianos, at
R. E. Shapley's Jewelry Store,
Main Street, door east of the Mansion U use, near
tl e Railroad Depot
Sl , ,COtill UANU PIANOS. rocuiTed. in e:triAange and
Itup• 1 . 4 salo and 10 runt
Carllxlu, May '22, 1803—ly
A. B. EWING'S
West High Street, Carlisle, Pa.
(I'remium awarded at the Cumberland
County Agricultural Fair of 1857,)
The subscriber has just rocolved the most splendid
assort meat of articles in his line, over brought to this
place—which ho is determined to sell at prices that
Embracing every article used by House rind Hotel
keepers, of the most approved and fashionable design
and finish. Including also Cottage furniture in Botts,
reception and Camp Chairs, rilattrasses, Gilt frames,
pictures, &e., ,S.c.
ImParticular attention given no usual to funeralo:
'orders from town and country, attended to prpmptly
and'on moderato Orme.
it. B. IL
July 1, 1864.
IFAINTS AND OILS:-
10 Tons White Lead. 1000 Gallons (1011. Just
received with a large assortment of
Varukehlis, -- -- Fire Proof-Paint,—
Tutlientlne; Florence White,
Japan, White Zinc,
Putty, Colored Zinc,
Lltharge, Ited Load
'Whitiug, Boiled Oil,
_ Wife, .
' ',' Shellac; - Spann 011, '
Paint Brushes, Fish 011, ao.,
Color. ofnvery description dry, nud 0111 n, cans and
tubes at the Hardware Store of . . ....
Bryarui Pulmonic WAfers,
ONE good Photograph is; worth doz
on poor °nog. Who will give a poor ploturo to
Mend r , All PHOTOGRAPHS made at
LOON MAN'S ROOMS,
jirp . ,war;•aitad . ,to give suitsfactiou or they will bo,
Oct/20 ; 1805, - .
:6pIPES, Tobacco, (smoking and chow
lug) and Sogang,nt tlavorstick's and 800
tore - 4 , . • .7
TOTAMES.-600 pairs HameS 'oii band
of ail kinds. Elizabothtriwn pattern, Loudon
do., Coalman do., with and without patent fotenings
'oheaper than over at I. 6AXTOII , i3, East Blain at,
READING RAIL ROAD
` ~Atif I~~.f „~µrylw
CIREAT TRUNK LINE FROM THE
_A North and North-West for Philadelphia, New
York, Reading, Pottsville,. Lebanon, Tamaqua, Ash
land, Lebanon, Allentown, Easton, inc., &c.
Trains leave Harrisburg . for New York; as follows
At 3.00, 7.25 and 9 05 A. M., .and 1.45 and 0.00 P. M.,
arriving at Now York at 5.40 and 10 00 A. M., and 3.40
and 10 36 P. 51., connecting with similar Trains on the
Pennsylvania Rail Road; Sleeping Care accompanying
the 3.00 and 9.05 A. 111., Trains, without change.
Leave Harrisburg for Reading, Pottsville, Tamaqua,
Minorsville, Ashland, Pine Grove, Allentown and Phil
adelphia, at 7.24 A. 51., and 1.45 and 900 P. M., stop
ping at.l.llbanota and all Way Stations; the 9.00 P. hf.,
Train making no close connections for Pottsville nor,
Philadelphia. For Pottsville, Schuylkill .Ifavon an.
Auburn, via Schuylkill end Susquehanna Rail Road
leave. Harrisburg at 4.00 P. M.
Returning : Leave New York at 9.00 A. N. 12.00
Noon and 8.00 P. M; Phlladeldhia at 8 GO A. M., and
3.001'. M., Pottsville at 8.30 A. AL, and 2.46 P. M.,
Ashland 0.00 and 11.46 A. AL, and 1.16 P. Ilfg•Tama
qua at 7.35 A. M. and 1.40 P. H.
Leave Pottsville for Harrisburg, via Schuylkill and
Susquehanna Rail Road. at 6.45 A. M.
Reatilim Acconnambition Train : Leaves Reading at
0.30 A. AL,'returning from Philadelphia at 4.30 I'. M.
Columbia Rail /toad Trains leave Reading at 6.10 A.
51 and 6.15 I', M. for Ephrata, Lit's, Lancaster, o°l=-
On Sundays : Leave New Yor at 8.00 P. M., Phila.
del pith 3.15 Pt M., Pottsville 8.00 A. N. TanTaqua 8,00
A. M., Harrisburg 9.05 A H. and Reading at 1.00 A.M.
for Harrisburg, and 10.52 A. AL for New York.
Commutation, Mileage, Season, School and Excur
sion Tickets to and from all points, at reduced Rates.
Baggage checked through : 80 pounds aliened each
0. A. NICOLLS,
Reading, Pa. Dec. 8, 1865
Cumberland Valley Rail Road Com-
THE Cumberland Valley, Pennsylva
nia and Northern Central Hall Road Companies
have made an arrangements to do a
Prrilbt and F'oricarding Business
between the Cities ot.Philadelhia, Baltimore and New
York. The Cumberland, Valley Bell Road Company
will open their Freight Depot at Carlisle on the Is
January 11,6 e tnr the receipt and shipment of all goods
entrusted to thorn.
Freight to be forwarded by this arrangement must
be left at Pennsylvania Rall Road Company! Depot
corner of loth and Market St., Philadelphia. North
ern Central Rail Read Company's Depot Baltimore
and. Cumberland Valley Rail Road Company's
Depot at Carlisle.
The public trill find It to thero interest to ship
through tho Roll Mud Company's ]Freight Rouses and
by Company Cars.
d. Fr. D. Ituoi,PB,
rrpight A aen t Ca lisle
Due. 22, 4805.
,500,000 MORE MEN WANTED
Spring a S u min e r Clothing of
t 'l' his cheap Clothing Establishment
.1 . 3„._0h North Hanover btreet,, Carlisle, from ono 01
the Ia rgeot and best storks of
READY MADE CLOTHING.
G 000DS, A ;CI;
eve, hough tto this place. Having just returned fro
the CaMpaign, he ackmowledges his gratitude to the
tills, us of Carlisle and vicinity for the extensive pat
ronage they have bestowed upon him, and takes the -
preKent opportunity to respectfully solicit a contin
1111 re of the Sitllle. ills stock of ready made
SPRING AN])SUIrI Elt CLOTIIING,
Is not vorpassed In this place, either in quality or in
extreme cheapness. Remember that he also makes
clothing to order; having In hls employ an experi
enced cutter From my extensive purchase In the
ea•torn elti+•s, I fool confident that I cannot be under
sold by any °Ulme entablinhinent, either East, West,
North or Furth Livingst on has always been the first
to ,apply )ou with clothing, twenty-five per cent.
cheapeOnd ens hundred per rent. better than you
can pui charm , chew horn Como end examine his stock
3ou want to purchase clothing.
ISAAC LI V I NtISTON,
North Ilanover Street.
rhe subscriber now manufacture:4 - and
I,,ps vonstantly on hand, on North Street, oast
of Theudinin's Hotel, a largo assnrttnont of
A( 1(2 ILT URAL IMPLEMENTS
such as Horse Powers, Threshing Machines with Sep
odors attached, Clover Hullers Corn
.-..1.101er5, Straw and Fodder Cutters, all
at which are the latest and. the best
articular attention paid to Repair.
ing of all kinds of Agricultural Implements at short
notice and reasonable prices.
Thankful tbr former favors I respectfully solicit
share of public patronage.
Al' the store of John Irvine, on th
E. corner of the public square. is the place to
pui chase Boots Shoes Hats and Caps, at prices that
Ile has just returned from the East with the largest
and most complete Assortment of Boots, Shoes, Ilais &
Caps that he has ever presented to this community,
nod which be is determined to sell at the lowest pos
sible prices. Ills stock embraces everything in his
Ilse of bi , Sirit`sS, such as
MEN'S & BOYS' FINE CALF BOOTS,
diip IS,ots, Calf and Patent Leather Oxford Ties, Call
and patent Leather Ciaitet F, Calf Nullifiers, Calf and
It 1 p Brogans, Slippers, &c.
l inc Crenrb and English Lasting Gaiters, Morocco Call
and Kid Bruits, Fine Kid Slippers, Fanny Slippers, Moe
recei., and Kid Buskins, For.,
:11IS ES AND CHILDREN'S WEAR of all &scrip
Lions embracing tine Lasting Gaiters, lilorroeco and
Lasting Button Boots, Morrocro Lace bows of all kinds
fancy shoes of various styles slippers, &c.
HATS & CAPS, Silk, Cassimere, Fur and Wool Hats
of all qualities and styles, also a large assortment of
(loots a oil Shoes made to order at the shortest notice
Repairing ppomptly dems. Confident of his ability to
please all Matins of customers. ho respectfully invites
the public to give him a call.
ta.itomember the place, N. E. corner of the Public
July 1, 1864
HAT 'AND CAP EMPORIUM.
FrITE undersigned respectfully announ
x cos to the public that ho still continues the hat•
tang Ilusluesa at the old stand, in West High street,
and with a renewed and effioient effort, produce arti
cles of Head Dress of
Every Variety, Style and Quality,
that shall be strictly In keeping with the luiptcore
moot of the Art, and fully up to the ago :which w•
I have on hand a splendid
afr assortment of
HATS AND CAPS,
JOHN K. STAYMAN
ofall descriptions, from the common Wool
to the finest Fur and Silk Rats; nod at prices that
must suit every one who has an eyo to getting the
worth otitis money. Thu stock includes,
MOLESKIN, CASSIMEIIE, BEATER at BELT 'Lyra,
of ovary style and color and unsurptuwed for Llghtnen
Durtibilily and finish; by those' of any other establish
meta In the country.
Men'e, Boy's and Children's liat's and Caps, of every
description constantly on hand.
Ile respectfully invites all the old patrons and as
many new ones as possible, to give him a call. '
NNW AND FRESH ,
CA- 3L 6 ' 430 C 5 4E) 3L'' 31. 4E5 .
HALBERT & BRO.,
J'AviNG just zeturned from the
Eastern cities desire to in term their patrons that
they bave,laid.in a large and varied stock,of
Fresh Goods at the lowest cash prices. •
Their assortment Is thorough and complete, contain ,
leg everything neeetlillitLY to ,constitute a First Class
TEAS, COFFEES, SUGARS,
in greatest abundance, and at lowest. cash .figilratr—
Syrups, Spices, Canned grulta„, And
Crockery, Salt and Fish, hams,, Cheese, Crackers,
Washes, Baskets and Willuw.:Ware..
Scgars and Taacco
of the choicest brands. _Brgomai Buckets, and a corn
plate assortMent of -
Don't forgot the old stand, South Bast ,corner of
Feb. 24, Mt •
CUMBERLAND VALLEY HOTEL.
N. E. Cor. Main (ind Bedford Ste.
CARLISLE, PA . ..
JNO."G. HEISER; .A•qprictor.
RESTAURANT in the basement,
othich Is furnished with the very , bOst animate
and edibles of all varieties.
Juno 10, 143,61.1,-.ly.
all shoe apd fitYiga
Doc, 16, 1865.
ice. n 1 , 1805
11sortsshallos and sizes.
IUtraItII.'BOXIS,; " °Ots; Port Po
, y 0160, Tourlete 99nraptIontiry Alcupig,
damns of all klnde.
Doc.lo, 1. 3IJ
_Corifeotioriary and -Fruits, at
cARPEe • „
T Migs „
highest east', prises 7111 be paid byJ •
b. 0,1860. LEIDIOLC*BaWat.
FREIGHT DEPOT, CARLISLE,
N. LULL, Supt
II 1 'I'S,
A. J. KUTZ, Agent
BOOTS AND SHOES.