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It lion of DR; CULVERWEL , '8 CLL•
EIIRATED.ESSAY on the radical. ours
without medicine) of SPEONATOlffiffffik, or seminal Weak
ness lu voluntary: Seminal Lositis, ligfiriticv, Mental
and Physical Incapacity, impediments to Marriage, Mc:,
also, Coosurstlttow, EPTLEDeIr, and P'UT', induced by self-
Indulgence or bettoal.eolraNagauce.
I:l6iir Price, In a sealed envelope, only 6 cents.
The celebrated atitbor in tblO admirable essay clear
ly domowitraton, from a thirty , y. are' succo , sful prac
tice, that the alarming ousequences of self-abuse may
be radically cured without the dangerous use of inter•
nal mediCine or the application of the knife—pointing
out itittlailtrof - Clirrflit once simple, cottain, and effect -,
ual, by means of which every sufferer, no matter what
his condition may be, may cure himself cheaply, pri
va my, and radically.
ran. a his Lecture should be in the hands of every
youth and every man in the land.
Sent under seal, in a plain envelope. to any address,
post paid, on receipt of SIX COWS, Or two post stamps.
Addlcsa the publishers,
OA 1.9. J. G. ICLIGH & 00.,
127 Bowery, New York,,tost Office boa 4,686.
March 16, 1801-1.
THE CHARTER OAK
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY,
OP HARTFORD, CONN.
Incorporated, 1850. Charter Per
CASH ASSETS, $2,000,000.
JAMES 0. NVALKLEY, Progident.
Policies Issued on all Popular Plans.
AFEW REASONS WHY PEO
PLE insure in the Charter Oak.
let 111 banking privileges are prohibited, the busi
netts being confided exclusively to the insurance o
Yd—lts Risks are selected with groat care, thus in
curring small losses. and Consequently largo dividends
sect no to Policy i r lders.—See Mass. Insurance Reports
last sin 3 - ears. '
3rd.—lts Ratio of Expenditures, including Death
Claims and %limiting Expenses, to Receipts, aro unpre
codentettly low —Seine Roperts.
4th.—All the profits aro divided among Policy hold
ers the original capital being limited by ( barter 10
eight per cent dividends, no more than It earns for the
Company at Interest.
Bill.—lt declares end pays Ito Dividends annually in !
CMIBII. thus assiattng the insured in the payment of
11th.-1 to business Is distributed over mare than
twenty Northern State., making it Impossible tOmuch
TB lure it- 1ar413 surplus, set apart - tor contingencies,
even ill the event t_ t a scourge of Cholera.
itb.—ft is prompt in the payment of losses, having
paid to Widows and Orphans nearly ONE MILLION
DOLLARS, and his never litigated a claim.
Bth —The man of wealth tenures as an investment
oth.—Dien of small means insure to guard their tam-
Wes against want.
101 h.—The man of business insure to provide against
possible loss in trade a itfe Policy, being a basis for
11 th.— Persona in debt insure that their earnings for
piers of toil may not Int sacrificed at death front want
of mid). cash to cancel liabilities.
12th.—All Insure, as money thus laid away by tittles
is sure to coal, bars largely increased to their Nall
lies. mite bring certain to occur.
Dr. S. IL El I..FF ER, M. D., Medical Examiner.
.1, D. A PAIR, Agent Carlisle, Pa.
E. 11. BLAIR. St tto Agent far Lantern Pa.
()Rive Beating's New Budding, North Sixth
Street Reading. Pa.
Persons desirous of insurance is ill please apply to
the agent. For informal Mu rebus lye to agouties [ad
dress the State Agent..
April 18. Cintk
Patent Metallic Sole.
A NEW INVENTION
~~ET'I'INp TIIE FEET is the tuust
prolific cause oVflisease and death known to
humanity. It almost ru bring on a cold; and
colds, neg lecti•flotod often whim not neglected, lead t
fevers or to coughs and Orbit cutisuntptiOns. It is in
recognition of this cute the , the inventive talent of
the enuntr) ha for years been devising seine method,
or attempted ta, devise it, fur keeping the reel Or), end
yet that snotild not give ineontenir.n. e to the w tier.
Rubber shoes, in one form or anotour envy hitherto
boon our reliance; but it is if ell I, nos if, as innolig
their many or its, that while they keep the leer dry
from external moisture, they Meat tto over touch,
and try induclog all undue tenderness increase a
o steep Li till yto voids rather than otherwise " hey
are also r Umirersuille Lo the feet, and uttlial aro rery
eSpehSlle. "I Ile dettland is for •oinethitia that shall
make that ot (Hoary Boot and :shoe linpoillella to water.
• Without ailectmg their elegaue • or dun, illty,auti, It
possible, without adding Aelisll ly L the crust. tit Liter
Ulanalart rare. 't h Ite, it Will he colic, rh d an, most im
port:lu, features, and wel4oll.,eivittiou , l) affirm that
they are andolutel) att./Idled lo the Brecht' ii hens
Wit hi tires tr Led Li. lho puldie
iliVedtloo rA ill it/Setting between the I n
tier and order s .le, s hen the bus t lr, malting. a thin
hi r.li r.t ALLIC exeeedimrly ductile, cembitting llexi•
Mkt y with toughness, very light, and every way apapi
od to the end du sired, nitric the ialdlilettal eXpelisu is
drerely nominal It RAI whiles a pOl feet harrier agalurt
the 11.11111ti1,1 01 Wi-tur dantioness. thetia.h the let.s stay
be e.s p.nred ever btu lung ripoll wet pay, Bonito t.r damp
'Eu la lies and ehildren the NI in Attic Butt, will be of
Inc deniable, value, as 11'0111 011'11" habit, of 1110 and del
icacy of dress they .t ',art.:al/11 . 1y exposed the lung
train ut tilt that. at Lei d Ili/0111111 I oadaquate prof...Amu
to the feet.
These :thee have Rive idy been tried by the best
of all meets act Ust. ,n it 11.NtIli10111ahi to their
merit, freely prull. red. indleate Lll3l ihev least be
spuedity and univars tit y adopted li) the little fire
Patent letall,ic .somt ruts and :311...., ale being
trOdarellilltu tile le di/1,4 lio.-I,llltl,3o.,,,,SLorcr,throti,h
-cut toe Ididtrd eta Le,. /111‘.1 ei 1 supplant ail Minis of
oversh ,es exe.iitsr tit ep stud or studs, atr
they hevotite it own M. sure to get them and Lake nu,
Otliel . II your Shdettialrer dolt lout 41111upell to hate
them, Ise Odd !seer ,e the, wllllout thlhoulty. It he
IV 111 not, [Moo fend )our•ell to the int enter one dollar
awl !lint, can is, an l ,rai.t has pair. at
With right to use, s foul Lis 1•l °Halal) ardorl In
mail or expre,a pre paid, :Ink ir melt tan rue made up hr
Slloelll/1,, Ii the country A : rencies nlll be en-
Lablialted in l'ocry cat) and vildige. and enpplfed with
Soles and pieprietar) stamps at stied aie prices. and
liberal o mmissi t allurvrd 011 A lee tient rat
Agencies 11/1 . ] t
VS am., led on application, with
proper cestunoe la"; to tue i 11,11 1 ,01,
rirt3lUt.l., J. SEELY.
kissers] Depot, corner lit) , tRIII l'lnee and Read
ktrent, .'ow York.
'1 he undersigned h.is e his toe past nix months worn
Boot.. aim Shoes pesse,sing Mr. curly's AILS ALLIC
and hod them an ,Sleet oat pretuhtive against damp
-11,-S, and tile cold., se Mien taken hum damp !rot.
Mont gladly de ive testify lii the perked efficiency of
their service. 'flist etallic ,ide is not only a grand
eon tr,botem to the cause of health, hut a pos
itive luxury obviatieg, all heceesity of India Rubber
blmee,excepi in muddy weather. All ordinary
nOSS,and °Van water upon pavements, Ic completely
foh ed of Its power of harm by this most shop.° and
inVOLILtOO. No one eh has (111e0 used them will
over be without them again, as they Increase the east
of bouts and 'shoes by a W.Acit to scarcely worth
-staining,:nd Instil s•, positively, dry feet, Which is rod,
nand among the first coi ekeds td huaith and cenitort.
%le heartily ree wwuud the .• Met. the Sulu" to all the
J. CLEMENT FRENCH,
Pastor Central oag. Church, Brooklyn
ti tune!, J. SEEM Erg.:
Dear isir—iu reply Ic ) our inquiries rogardlug your
patent Metallic take gloat pleasure in siatlug
that I had than put in a pair 1 hue call skin
whirls 1 wore the wliolo of lest winter in the wit
fareets of Albany. I have had Ilion half soled Fillet',
nod am wearing our Metallic tloles iiow, with fol. lu
tentiou IJOVer to he without them. I have not had a
wit or damp toot during the whole time 1 have weru
Ghent 1 pionoune them the hest Insole yet made.
1 Hui sail lied hut uo pm bon having cure wore them
will d • iv.thout them. IV I, hi ug you the success you
desereo for ns vui uuble nu lareill ion for the preserve
lieuu of [milt , I remain truly yours, '
JA 411 - Eat JEFFERSON, Contractor, New York.
BnurtEL J. iiiEELY:
Dear air-1 take great pleasure in offering my testi.
many to tho neefulness and cumiort rf your patent
Metallic solo. 1 have used a pain of roots for the past
seven, months, furnished with this eololand feel im
hesitation in raying that 1 have never , worn shoes
that combined NO,peffectly the desirable gifalities of
dryness and durability.
EVMA OVERTON, Brooklyn, New York.
B. J. SEELY, Esq.:
Dear Sir—. u answer to your request, I am pleased
to state that I have mailurictursd shoos containing
your Mutable Sole by machiucry. I think them a su
perior article for keeping the feet dry. In mauufao
turlng them there is no trouble from cutting the
thread when sewing, nor any difficulty In putting
them In the shoe,
Practical Shoe Manufacturer, Brooklyn, N, Y.
April 6,1066-11 m.
The First Premium,
FOR THE BEST PROTOORAPHS
At the late Cumberland County Fair,
has been awarded to
C.' L: LO,C4IVIAN.
-74 R . Loohman has the pleasure to an
nounce to the public...that he has repurchased
is Wd room , rona Mr. M'Millan Notre-build,
log, opposite the First National Batik, and guarantees
nave no sUperior' and In tone, finish and clearness,
surpass' most pictures produced." Ile gives his person
' al attention to the room,,and,:yith the best .an d most
.improved in , trumente and appiliadefrUiride --
finest results. A largo assortment of. Oilt and Rose
wood Frames, and splendid A lb urn's, for sale Torp cheap.
Copies, of Daguerreotypes made in the most perfect
11EAR VW . eiRE a rro RE.
THE old Hardware atliad.of Lewis._ll.
1 Lytle, basnassed into the hands or,-W, E. Miller
d. A. Bowers, who are not transacting business un
der tbo name and styin.of .
. •, . . MILLER & BOWERS. • .
' "The,new firm turrojust retureedfrom the city find
aro now prepared to furnish to the public at dm lowest
,prices, all kinds of - "
' FOREIGN . AND , DOMESTW
tiardward, Ooach „Trlmlmn,Painte;olle, , •
•.GLASS, VARNISH • .
Lock Into tireir elOrir will convince all tluit they
beveennugh of goods to: fully supply the demand in
this marliet.. Persons wanting goods In our 11110 will
_ fled.-At.tottliOndsontago te give, us .4p - pic . doro
perionaity and - prliniptly attended to:'
July 7,1800. , ,
. . . ,
_mho oubscrlbor bogs leavo to inforth bfn'Old OustOm%
ore and the public generally, that ho lboi removed
SADDLE AND 111.A.RNESEP;
establishment to the . building on south Hanover
street, Caylisio. nearly oppesiteilleutz's Store. He will,
as hereto( ra, keep constantly on band, on lob own
makO, everything in his line; ouch no ,
All his wm I: is made up under his superAsion, and
ho therefore feels warranted in saying that cur work
manship and durability. It is unsurpasso 1. Thankful
lot past favors he respectfully solicits us continuance
of the same.
April 20, 1800-13 m
Baker, At Schmolil's Old Stand,
Next door to Bentz's Dry Good Store, Oar-
riIHE First quality of Fresh Bread
Rollo. Biscuit and Cattos, sent to any parts of (II
Family Floor by the barrel or retail
March 30, 1800-3 m.
IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC
FIRST CLASS GOODS
ONE INVARIABLE CASH PRICE
Embracing all Kinds and Styles.
American and European
Al Reduced Prices
On Account of the decline in
J. F. & E. B. ORNE,
GREAT SPRING STOCK
Imported and Domestic
French and English Axminister
English Royal Wilton,
Imperial Three-Ply Carpet,
ROY AL WILTON CA IZPETS,
3-4, 4-4, 5-4, 6.4,
NV bite Red Checked and Fancy Matting,
ENGLISH nll. CLOTHS, &c
General Insurance Agency.
a; 4 ent for the ful
bntlug I ilt• In I I II i• Huuranrr l'onlioinie ,
Vuluul Idlo ii‘ur inoo Coml. ir.), Now
)1:111/1:1(1.:11/ •• .•
IIII•rprI , ••
I .1 LI, Itr h. IA ell Lit l'.'111•11.1/11 insurztune.
I. 1....,tit i 1 I II afirel
I' II unit ioli dilion Hail \
, dl.l t, iir'idt
\\ .VIVI N J ES,
SOLID SILVER WARE
mid Superi. , J . Silver Plated Ware, ht
CARPVTINGS, -N iiTYLES'!
No. 37 South SECOND St ,Philad'a
Ilasjuht reel, d per late a/rivals—
/lona Cic//sley .1/ Sons Japestly 13/IP/m/14
E1.1.2,,0•1' 'Al' I tltNti
Throe Pl)' and Ingrain Carpets,
Datand, al,d Verletlan Star Carpets,
1 el Inge, Li 4 dud ling Carpets,
rltur 011 Cloths, Ituge, Window Shades, Matting,
HALE at the LOWEuT Pale, H. aud quality
gut.ratiteed. .1. T. DELACROI X,
37 S SECON I) Street, above Chosstaiut,
PII I LA March 2:1, Istit.l-3m.
NEw YORE, Due., 1865
New Grocery Store !
CHANGE OF FIRM I
r~IIIE undersigned hereby announces to
his old wit inns and cu“oniers, that he has dis
posed of his entice siock ni teams with the good will
nl the establishment tO Nieman & Waolimood,
whom he recommends in theCillZollB of Cumberland
I on nty, as active, onergetkrand mita' le business men,
who will spare no pains to maintain and Improve the
character of the old stand as a hint clone
With really thanks for the patronage he bah iv...circ'
ho bespeaks for the new firm a continuance of the same
will in a few days reolivit thu largest and best assorted
WILLOW WARE, &c.,
over brought to this place, and 1011 constantly keep
on band tbo choicest Grocerlea the Eastern Markets
afford. A full assortment of Lamps and 011 on hand.
Call and Roe us at the old stand, South Bast corner of
January It, 1801—ly .
ALarge and varied stook of Groceries
Sauces, Fish. &c. &o which am soiling at tlip very
lowest Clash Prices.
These indebted to the subscriber, and particularly
those in arrears for a length of time wlltuomoTorward
mid promptly pay up, as longer delay will not be sub.
Nov. 3, 1865. _
PURE LIBERTY WHITE .LEAD
will do . more .and better.work-at u-gluon- Cost
than any other! Try It I - Manufactured only by •
holonaln Drag, Paintdcifh.aa tlealerc.L=
Jan. 22, 1606-Iy,
TIRESSING CASRS, Lidice' and
Dec. 18, DM.
L MON DS - ... . . .
' - r Boenti Itoea, - Cofiao, Vanilla antiChoculatu.
Presents `fob aii at liaverstick's.
RITING Dole, Papier, Maohie,
y y Rosowood WAluut.•
Doc. 15, 1865. • AT lIA VERSTRiKS.
O..UM BELTING I . • .
Just received ei large aesortmeneof all 'lilted—
Gain - Belting, Gum Hone, Gum Packing, Jsc„ and ter
sale cheap at the Hardware Store of ,
- • • - HENRY BAXTON4
PQRT _ Fans, Writing Dpiikty
Ginirnan Boargq,.Gamos of all doocription at itai
erotlok'a Drug, nancy and Book Store.
WHIPS, &C., &CI
WILL I. AM CI. EPP Mt
AN INNIE - NSE STOCK
Now (1 . 11;T Thci,
(3-4 and 9-4 Velvets,
Fine English Brussels
Fine Ingrain Carpet
I , ];_“3I,ISIII3ItUSSEI,S
FOR STAIRS AND HALLS,
2.. 1 .1.- Agent
5'2( ) ARCH S'PREE'I
1. T. I) E AC ROI X,
PEPPER & WABLLMOOD
Always On Hand
AT UAVERSTIO RS
An Oid. Bong ; sett to
As spring approaches
Ants dud Roaches
FTCYIn their holes come out,
And Nice and Rata,
In spite Of cats,
Gaily skip about.
"COSTAR'S" EXTERMINATORS, •
' "COSTAR'S" EXTERMINATORS,
For Rats, Mice, Roaches, Ants, Bed Bugs,
Fleas, Moths in FurA and 'Woolens, Insects
on Plants, Fowls, Animals, etc.
"Only infallatblo remedies known."
"Prey froni Poisons."
"Nut angerom to tho Human Tastily."
"Rats come out of their holes to dio,"
kGr I I ! ilmvAns I ! I of nil worthless imitations,
Air - See that,"COST‘R . S" name is on each Itox,Bottla
and Flask before you buy. .
RFC' Address, HENRY R. COSTER,
482 Broadway, N. Y
O(i3`• Sold in Carlisle Penna.
And all Druggists and Retailers.
INCREASE OF RATS.—The F'arm
er's Gazette ( English) assorts and moves by figures that
uric pair of RATS will have a progeny and descender)
no less than 651,050 in three years. Now, unless this
immense family can be kept down, they would consult] o
more food than would sustain 65,600 human beings.
111 Z Fee "COSTA It'S advertisement above.
It \TS versus BlRDS.—Whoever en
gages in shooting small birds is a cruel man; whoa or
aid. in exterminating rota is a benefactor. We should
like some one to give to the benefit of their experience
In driving tali these pests. We need something besides
dogs, cats, and traps for this MlSineSS.—Scient(fic Ameri
can, N. I'.
6.,. See "COSTA It ltdvertisement above.
"C();;'1' T EXTEIt )1 IN A -
TOR ir iimplu, safe, and ,ore--the most perfect HAT
-111,11 lon meeting WI e eier attended. F,very Hnl
that ell]] get it, properly prepaed, mill eat It. 111111 every
line that eats It i% ill die, I.. , ,mierally at soma place nit far
di,tatit us pi,ssilds Irma m het e it Inns - Lake
Slttwe, ich .11i rrrw.
111)... : 4,, "COST tl . l holt] i•nt inn v .
110 US E EEPE RS troubled with ver•
mu. nevi] tit, NO 110 longer, if they use ,"COSTA ICS " Ex
terninator. We 111,0 axed it to our satisfaction anti if
a box coal 5.5, we would have it, We have tried polsona
Mit they etreetml nothing: hut "Costar's article Ittmelis
the breath oat of Rats. Itl/IWIIIII, Ants, 111111 Bud-
Hugo, mticker titan we ran write it. It is in great de
mand all over the country.—.llstlina Ohio, Oa zethl.
It 9_ See • 9'OSTA !US" advertisement above.
A Vl)I(' I.' 1111 M 'l'll I.: I'.\R \V EST.
.111•Riting Rat, /6 , 11113, Ant, AC., l;\j itiiii
-11,1.-"im.re gram and provislonn n r.. nnnn _
II) ill liennt Comity Ly vi. 1 .1111111111111 !Ito . Gn' lynx
Itat and 111444.1 i11er. - -I,lllCerSlet. //enthl,
ty i).ti , n ll'S" mhveil
FA. It ItS AN1)11 ()US E E It
—should recolloot that hutolroals iloliard . worth of
(trin, Ih ucisiuun, Ar., Ilestroyell 1,3 Rats,
Ants, and other io.vota ruin ermiu—mill of which
r•nu he provonted by a low duller' worth of - Ct/STAItli"
liat, ilium Ant, .\r., Extol uwattor, hough( and natal
I r. 9_ see .•11 /STA It'S - adv. ti,•lneut Rho,
11.1 all bruggi.t, null 1'
.1111 - 11 Yu 1,,,,t; -41».
Wheeler & Wilson and Howe.
W MA CHI NES.
'Pbo Bcst Siny, ('ii must
rill I Wheelini ilson machines are
adoptod to nil 1 : ,loln of family sowing, worhing
equally ell up... Sin, 1.111(.11 and Cotton NV it II
Si] It. Catlin atilt lit oen 1111 titt do. 11131•1111.; II beautiful
WWI t,t I bill :1111, on both •Ides of the ortkle
Prlves of Wheeler ,t ulachine.s:
No 3 to:whine plain,
2 •• uruuweutnl Lnnv.r
'• 1 •• Sheer plated,
The Howe Sewing Machine
'the attention of Tailors, Shoemakers, Saddlers and
Carriage Trimmers Is called to this—the but of Shut
tle Sowing Nlachines It Is unaniniou,ly admitted to
In. the boot 1111.'111u° for leather work or tailoring ever
given to the pubic.
1' ice of Howe In/whit:ea :
Letter A machine
Is recommended for family sewing Tailoring,
binding and Gaiter fitting.
Letter B. machine. $7O
to One size larger thin A machine. suited to the
Letter 0. machine, $B5
roc dnmonded for heavy Tailoring. Boot and Shoe
work and Carriage trimming. It runs light and rapid
and will do One work well. and has a much larger Shut
tle than the smaller machines.
Call and examine at Rail Read Telegraph Unice, ear
A large f assortment of the beet
G roceries, Pre,eisiems, Spires, Fri( ts, (C.c
selling oft at the very lowest prices ruling in the State
Call mud Satiory yourselves of Limo truth of the atter.
Fob. 23, 1806.
1: 4 1 W. CLARK &_co:,
NO. 35 SOUTH 3D, STREET, PHILADELPIIA
WE OPFER FOR SALE
Morrifl & BMX Railroad .7 par cont. Rondo
Central Pacific R. R. 7'a Interest payable In 0614 In
U. B. 30 year Ws intorest in eurroncy loaned to tha,Pa
el& Railroad Company.
Thosobonda aro all for Halo very low
Stocks bought and sold on Commlsalon. U. S. Scourltloa
of all kinds bought and sold.
March 16, 18013-3 m.
CURED FOR ONE DOLLAR.
READ !—For one dollar per mail, I
will send free'to any address a recipe and modi•
clue that I will guarantee. to cure the worst cases of
Catarrh In the head or bronchial tubes In a few weeks.
It has . saved My, life, and made mo a well man, from
Catarrh and a severe and dangerous bronchial trouble
I bad sulfured with, for years.. I tried the best physi.
- ririns,Mill'allthe advertised medicines of the ilsy, but
found no relief till I obtained this. I would give ono
hundred dollars for this recipe and the medicine, if
now had the Catarrh and couldnot obtain it for less.
believe, if instructions are followed, Wwill cure any,
whatever, that has not already reached the lungs and
become a-settled consumption. Cure it while you can.
Address, , T. P. SYSIMES.
No. 152% Fulton St., New York.
March 10,1600-3 m. ; , ,
. „ •
. . ,
L. • . mint, TeabOrrv, Limon, °rang°, Lavoado'r,Unotio,
Nouga, - and Van!) la,
Deo 15, 1806
CONFECTIONARY I •
CREAM WORK, Stani, Tulips, Bon
bons; A-Inmode, Cliocolatos, Minds; Cocoanut
Doc. /q, 1886
VIOLIN onti".Guitar Strings Violin
Bows, Bona's, Asp, at Oa new Jewelry Stag),
EWA Alain Sto I
V s -ottAgOiloY•fOr thO pale of Morton'
1..„7 • Gem Pone, Tho now JeWelry , Stbio;Eitet: hid
BEAD,WIIAT DIt.(6OIIENOK IS DOING,
Dlt, J. 11. SOEIEDIOII.
DEAn feel it a duty I own to you, And to all
who aro suffering under, the .diseirsus knowntak, Con.
eumptien apd,LiverVtiMplltiit4;to let tiMip Itift4 what
great benefits I have` received from your Pulmonic
Syrup and . Seaweod Tonic in so short a time. By the
blessing of God it bas cured me thus far
Dr. tchonek, I will now' make my statement to you,
ail follows:—About eighteen, months ago I was attack
- ed with a severe &igh; and itsottled on my lunge •, I
could not retain anything I ate, and suffered with
evening fevers and night sweats. I was very much
reduced. The whites of my eyes were very yellow;
Ilkeyvi)e m: skin,.; my, appetite, all gone,' and 'unable
to digest what I did eat; bowels sivooleil,irregolar and
costive, 'I was very low spirited, and had stich violent
'spate of coughing when I laid down at night find When
I arose in the morning that they would last one' or
then would be nearly exhausted, and was entirely
unable to lie on my lest side. I cannot describe my
wretched sulfuring as 1 would wish to do. Every or
gan ittnii• body )vas diseased of derAnged.. Such was
my situation at this time, and I was confined to my
' bed from the lost of February, 1802, to June, 1803,n0t
able,to-sit qp. I had the best of medical attendance
the , Qloole ot the time. My cough was so very bad that
it rick& me very mach. lat this time raised a large
qua o city of thick, yel k w, offensive matter, sometimes
wittl blood, and it was generally accompanied by nau
sea laud a furred and thick coated tongue. At the
time el coughing so badly I would have sharp, shoot
ing pains in my left side and heart, night sweats, and
soreness all through my whole chest; hadmuch In.
ward fever, pain in my bock And under my shoulder
blades and in the small of my bark, and at times so se-
vere that it would throw me Ito spasms. Now my
plunk:lan grove mu up .to die Others 1 had, and the
bent of them, kut they could do nothing ;or me, and
at clout time I was nothloigbut skin aoolhones I then
was in the western part of Minsouri. In June last we
loft there for the East, and in August last we came to
new Yeti:, and I 1105 1.10 reduced tout 1 could only
walk a little with my husband's help. After I load
been 'fere a shorttime the salt water breeze mods me
feel much better for a time and then I had again to
call a physician for told. e had four of the best ph) -
Bidet. of now York on the diseases of the lungs, and
doctors of all kinds, but of no avail. They sold 1 Was
past cure, and that my lungs were toe far gone for any
one to cure we. But It this time 1 Wali Lai my feet a
bout the house. not able to do much of anything. In
Neveniber hoot I grew worse,• and the consumption
dl,srrhuu bet In and lasted about eight weeks. 11 e had
tried all and every thing that I could grasp at like a
dy, lug person for my diseases—consumption and liver
complaint—but at no ovoid
1n Joon uary. 1803, 1 was brought down again on my
bed, and wannot expeeded to live the night out. Sly
husband st l ayed at my side, and other friends, and
they all give me up to die. At this time every one
who non lee did not think I would ever leave my bell
a tiling woman. The first n lob t 1 was attacked with
Spahr., and WAS deranged most of the time. A friend,
Mrs. Hartle, came to s. e urn the last of the week, isiad
brough, sloe .iutoolay Mercury. In it was an account or
a great curs pert toped by Dr. Schenck. Olin read It to
me, and it was so much like my disease that I asked
iny husband to go and see him foi me. At this time
1 nail given up ail hopes 01 ever getting well again,
and made my peace n1111(110.1, to be ready whenever he
called for me.
tan the'ath rot January, 1003, illy husband called on
Or. ,chczack, 32 Rom! street, New York, and stated to
Lim my ease, with a request tor him to call and see
tan n filch he did, and examined me with the respir .
wont r. 71 hen lie oas about to go 1 asked haw if he
could cure me i ills reply wan; "I cannot toll, both
lungs are diseased, and 1.1.0 brouchnd tubes are affect
-1001 on both slues," And yet he seemed to think there
w rue lungs enough left to ellect a cute if the din:rhea
c, uad he stopped. Ile said an order to do tills, he would
La give nie Mandela", Pills in Salad doses at first,
- to can ry nit' the morbid matter, and then, with esti-I:i
-gen:11, be hoped to cheek it, which he did, butt he con
ntant con c ,ll tog, night Sweats, and dial Ilea had pi es
tr Lod le so Chat lie wan afraid my vital powers were
Len le MAI pi esti , tool ever to rally, and yet ho seemed
to tidbit it 1 could Ilse to gel enough 1 . 1.111,01iie syrup
th tough nay 5)011011 to cause expectoration there were
lunge enough ieft for we to recover. lie wished me to
to the l'ul•manle S 3 cup and Seaweed Tonic at once,
5.3101 g it would du me no 11111111, if II did in, ne good.
floe list week 11 seethed to/ glee mu strength, NU 1.1/04
on Saitatlay atter I a up in bud and ate hearty Mr a
nick woman ; lout the nest week I lost all hope and
winked any husband toot to glee nie any 1110V0 Medi.
else lint Lilo Eleetol had warned lihn 1 f thin, and
st nen the 11 110 Clolllli.g out. the sa3 stem It
111,100. 1 11 , 011 lest 1,0111.,W11,1 t re. Hess, and 10 persevere
rod ti c 0,,,01,,ted Cu my taking it ; and now I feel the
nesent of IL. fur alter eight Jays I began to gain my
etr. Leila, and, 0 nth the exception rot a cold that put
1111 1 1•11e1, seine, I haul hem, gaining, ntrungth on body,
nay ceaUll is going away,'andl all My pains are gone ;
too soreness tat the body My bowels are regular, 1114,1
111) 10,0,11 IS he eel., lied I thILUIL lied that 1 XIII nos
thou,, and new and ,tad us Dell /1.9 ever I could.
1 1011 1• taken sixteen bottles ot the wadlrinc , eight it
eat •Is now have a geed appetite and lest well at
night , uiy r , ugh dare too t•oulde weal get ling up or
lying duels. 1 would here say to the afflicted with
coneuniptinn or 111 el complaint, that Dr Schenck le no
humbug. You can rely on what he sNys. Delay nut;
1, 10,1, 11geieuis Le If 111111 1,1111•11 diseases. It 0 •
Mount he veleta go at once ; and any onta wishing to
know the Moots as her, in stated nay cull at my resi
dence, West Houston street, New York city.
311Ie NARY F. FA itLOW.
e. LLr und,reigned, readaletataN 10 b 1 .2 I'm It, are ac
qual ta led ith Airs. Con bow, and kiniv
ha r /It:111,111111a
Le he true, 11 11 also know that she used Dr. sehenelCs
1 . 11101.111.0 •111 . 1111 31111 0,110 1 1 ,•11 111/101, and have leafell,
Le Leh 1., V that to tsie en divine she 011 es her preserva.
H. 11110.111 11 }arena/dna e
1 1 A Ittu ,117 11 eat Bonet-an Si.
lie , to 1 N o UI man , ich st.
Mits. Ells. I NI, UN DLit HILL 1.70, 1, ree. w 101 l id.
Alta l LNDEIIIIII. , Wan tareetawieb St.
A. b 117 11 red, lb 1105510 ate
10111.1 taLol hit, 117 71 eNI. Houston et.
L Cot Loge pl.
A. M 1,0.10 I ITON . 464 Br ad way.
Mite. 111 . .N.1.1. 1 11N1 CLAN', 19 Auld) pl.
111111 well main:tinted with Sirs Maly F. Fin low, and
0 lib he, husband, .11r. It. Farhaw, they having, tor a
era months past, attended at my church, and 1 am eau
elllello Olt" aey hlatturnont. which they might make
may be relied on ns true. dsillo 1,011 hi NH, L.
Past, of liedincal 01 Baptist thu ch , N Y.
aia ha net: will be proteesi, 1101 y at his prietipal
0010 1 .• :••••• In Nerth 012,111 street, the nor of (2011 . 11/11.11 .-1 1.1,
Ph a lelplobt, co cry 0. , a0 noday, titan S A. 71. until 4 P.
)1 , No. a 2 Bond 11.11,0, 51•00 York, every I'lll,lloy. !VOW
9to a ; No 35 Summer Slll l Ol, Ltunton, Mass., every
cdtaceda , from la to 3, and every caber Friday at 108
Balt male st, eel hilt, anae, .11d. All ad, ice het., bUt
lel a the, eu,LIL examination ol the lungs with his he
spitoineter, the charge to three dollars.
l'r lee el the Syrup 01.1 11 1 1,421 A Tonic. each
$1 50 pan boo tie, or no per loan dozen. Sl undo - aloe
Lto cent, per box
bol sale by all Druggists and Diners.
Jan. I, Ibtiai— ly,
DRAG GS' NEW PATENT
-I,_RE the only Instruments constiucted
A lon aiv uly sciedtine principle. They have urea
er streir r ,th. and wit 1,111:141 longer In 1 1.1,10 then any
other Piano. The construction is simple and natucAl .
all the extraneous lumber In the body of the Inatim
went is dispensed with; the sound boards are merely
two arched plats ice or thin wood, like the front and
back of a rloliu ; the strings are attached to a strong
Iron frame, which is separated and entirely Independ
ent of the case, thereby dispensing wit a the old harp
form ul stringing, by substitutin2 straight bridges,
preserving at the same time 'he Over Strung Bass, cf
which Mr. Briggs Is the inventor. By these Improve
mutts we gain much more vibratory power, at the
same lime preset vl, g all Its purity and richness of
They have received the highest testimonials from the
Press, and all the principal artists in the country,
among which aro :
Wm. Henry Fry,
Mr. SEGSSIIUND TU ALLIER°, the great pianist,
says :—I have examined your now Plano-fortes, e ud I
cordially approve of its system of construction. Its
principle, by which great increase of vibratory power is
obtained, being very simple and perfectly philosophi
cal. Thu tone is grand and noble; it has great capac
ity for sustaining , the sound or singing, and its vol
ume of tune Or power I have never heard excelled In
depth, purity, and sympathetic sweetness,
Win. HENRY FRY, late musical critic of the N. Y.
Tribune says :—I have examined your newly invented
Piano-Fortes. They merit all the praise given to them
by Messrs Thitlborg, Gottschalk, Strackosch, Mason
and others. As regards structure, Lbey are,eriginal
and philosophical; In purity, volume, and continuity
of toile; In vocal veridmilitudo, that crowning excel.
lonce which enables the pintails to "slug" on the In
strumeut, your Pianos ever deserve the highest rank
Your inveriaort, in my opinion, is destined to work
a radical change in the manufacture of Pianos through.
out the world.
From the N. Y. Herald, fopt. b.—Upon a careful ex.
amination of Drlgg'o Piano-Forte, we find the results
obtained are a very fine flinging 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 slug with a
smooth delicapy,_porfectly unattainable on any other
Instrument ; an ordinary player obtains with no exer
tion, the fullneau of a Grand Piano•Forto, and they
must speedily supersede the old styles. -
GENTLFSIEN:-Ilaving thorotighlY examined and
tested the Plano-Fortes.invented and patsnted by Mr
B. 15rIggs, I itm of the °Pluton that the tone result
g from his improvements, as exhibited in the in
,t I merits under examination, In point of delimit
pth and brilliancy, equate that of the beat Grird
l'iano.Fortem, and excels them in pure, musical inton
ation and actual tone, power thus approximating
closer to what I consider perfection in tho inatrumont
than has yet‘heen , achieved by. any other 'syStom• of
• wm. & sox,
• ooa Brondway;
, NEW YORK.
Before purchasing, send for a descriptive catalogue
with price. .
• • -
rcHH Mason 4 Hamlin Cabinet Oigaiffy
. . ..
forty difforent styles, adapted to sacred nod see
lar music, for $BO to $OOO each. BIFTY-ONE GOLD
or siLyaa MEDALS, or other ilret . premitims award
ed them. Illustrated Oataloittleafree. Address, MA
SON & lIAMLIN, Boma, or MASON DROTIII/ItS,'
Sept. 22,-1800-Iy. ' ,
rIH.OICE BEGAB,S & TOBACCO,
11 - ZREAT.TRUNK LigEl RdM THE
North nod 'North-West for Philadelphia, NA
Alry., Reading, Pottsville, Tamaqua, Ashiand,Lebanon,
lpntossn, .. • - :- . • •
. . . .
'Trains leaVe Ilarrisburg..fonisiew York; as. folloWet ,
A$ 3.00, 7.40 and 9.05 , A. M., and 2.00, and 0,20 P.. M.,
connecting with. similar. Trains on the Pennsylvania
Rail Road, and arriving at New,York at 5.40 and 10'00
A. M., and 3.40 and. 10.35 P.M, Sleeping Cars scrota
panyingthe 3.00 A. M., and 0.20 P. M., Trains, with..
out change. . .. ..
.. Leavo liarrisburg,tor Reading, Pottsville,
Minersiille, Ashland, Pine Grove, Allentown and Phil.
adelphia, at 7.40 A. M., and 2,00 and 920 P. M., stop..
'lag at Lebanon nod principal Way-Stations; the 0.'20
. M. Train making no close conneotion• ..for.Pottsvilte
nor Philadelphia. For Pottsville, Schuylkill Haven
and Auburn, via Schuylkill and Susquehanna Rail
Road, leave Harrisburg at 4.15 P. M.
Returning: Leave New York at 5.00 A. 81., 12.00
Noon and 8.00 P. 81; Philadelphia at 8 GO A. M., and
3.80 P. ht., Pottsville at 8,30 A. 31., and 2.95 P. M.,
Ashland 6.00 and 11.15 A. N.. and 1.05 P. 111 ; Tama
qua at 0.45 A. M., and 1.00 and 8.55 P. M. • t.
Leave Pottsville for Harrisburg, via Schuylkill and
Susquehanna Rail Road. at 7.00 A. M.
Reading Accommodation Train: Leaves Reading at
6.00 A. 39.,4iturning from Philadelphia at 5.00 P. M.
Colulnbia Rail Road Trains leave Reading at 6.10 A.
M. and 0.15 P. M. for Ephrata, Lithe, Lancaster, Colnui
On Sundays : Lear° Now Yor at 8.30 P. M., Phila
delphia 8.00 A. M., andl.ls P. IR., tho 8.00 A. M. Train
running only to Reading. Pottsville 8.00 A. M. Tam
aqua 7,30 A. M., Harrisburg 005 A. M., and Reading
nt 1.30 A.M., for Harrisburg, and 10.52 A. 81. for New
York. and 4.25 P. M. for Philadelphia.
Commutation, Mingo, Season,
: School and Rxeur
sion Ticket:: to and from all points, at reduced Rates.
Baggage chocked through : 80 pounds allowed each
Passenger. O. A. NICOLLS,
Reading, Pa. April 23, 1866.
TO NEW AND OLD HOUSEKEEPERS
A now and perfect Airtight Gas •Con
Burning Cooking Stovo for Corti or Wood.
CALL AND SEE IT !
Al our P'oundry and Store Rooms, Alain SI
The patterns of this Stove are new and original in do
sign and gotten up expressly for our use- We there
fore call it
It combines every new and Valuable Improvement
in o.mklng Stoves. IL Is exceedingly handrail oln ap
pearance—is a perfect Air-tight and Gas Consuming
Stove, and may safely be pronounced the cheapest, best
and most complete Cooking Stove In the country. Vo
cast two sizes, adapted to the wants of both large and
small families. Experienced Housekeepers will find
upon examination that the
L. M. I.; otlsehal
S. Tim 'berg,
M. Strack usch,
The Carlisle Cook !
THE CAKLISILE COOK
NEW CARLISLE COOK
combines every requisite for economy and efficiency In
rooting. The public are specially requested to call
and see It, as we are confident It will fully recommend
NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!
GRAND opening of unrivalled goods
just received from the Eastern pitien; consist-
1174 of ehnico and 'varied selections at A. W. Bentz's
store, South Ilanoror St., tho familiar and well known
Our list of Dress Goods comprises.
is great variety including the best goods imported,
Urns Grains. Lyons Taffeta, Gros do Rhino, Gros
Affique and figured. Lupin's, Merinoos in all colors
prices. Plaid filer Moos and Poplins,
EMPRESS 0.1.0711 S
figured and Plain, Alpaccas all shades, Coburgs, D
I.ineß of Elegant Designs.
v, ,nets and Cambrica, Plain and Plaid namsouke
LINENS AND COTTON (IDOD.S,
Marseilles Countorpanoit Tory ,•heup.
Mary quality , of white and colored flannels, Blank
e, Balmoral skirts Ste. A large stock of
Sattlnetts Velvet cord, llornumade Jeans Sc. I have
new n superior assortment of
Bonnet Velvets and Silks, Bonnet and trimming Rib
bons, Malines, English Crapes and Laces.
Single and Double width all wool DeLaines, Em
press Cloths, Lupin's Bombazine. Cashmere, French
Merinoes, Velour Reps, Velour Ruse, Alpacca, Crape
Cloth, Queen Cloth, Striped Mohair.
English Prints, Thibet Long Shawls, Crape Veils
Collars, Handkerchiets and Belting.
NOTIONS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Floor and Table Oil cloth, Window Shades, Um
brellas, and (loop Skirts. All vo , y low , ant: consider.
ably under the market prices.
lIE MUIIT OF THE WORLI
PILLS AND SALVE
Thvso Life giving remedies aro now. for the first time,
given publicly to the world. For over a quarter of a
century of private practice the ingredients in these
Life giving Pills !
Ihwe been used with the greatest SUCCOSS. Their mis
sion Is not only to prevent (Wen., but to en,. They
seareb Out the various maladies by which the patient
is suffering, and re-invigorate the falling system. To
the age 4 and infirm a few doses of these valuable 1'1141.9
will prove to be
A VERY FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH
For in every case they add new life and vitality, and
restore the waning energies t 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. lie
looked for a fountain that would restore the old to
vigor and make youth ever
An Eternal Spring
It was left Ibr this day and hour to realize the dream
and 000 w, in taw glorious fact, the Magi,: that outdo I,
These Famous Remedies
espuot 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 these
Their almost magic influence is felt at Once;
and the usual concomitants of this most distressing
disease are removed. These remedies are made from
They will not harm the most delicate female, and
can be given with oodutTect In prescribed doses to the
For Cutaneous Disorders
And all eruptions of the skin, the SALVE in moot
ll does not heal externally alone, butpono
trates with the most searching effects to the very,root
of the evil I
DR. MAO GILL'S PILLS
Invariably cure the following Dis
Fever and Ague,
Lowness of Spirits,
Notice.—Noue genuine Without the engraved
trade-mark around each pot or box, signed by DR. J.
MOGIEL, 43 Fulton et., Now York; to counterfeit
which is felony.
gip- Sold by all respectable Dealers in Medicines
throughout the United States and ganadas—at 25 cents
per box' or pot.
Jan. 19 1800-Iy.
ESTEIPS COTTAGE ORGANS,
AltEnot only,;unexcelled, but they era abielately
unequallod, by : any, other Rood Instrument tho
country. Designed expressly for Churches and Flehoolsi
they aro found to be equally yell adapted to the parlor
and drawing room. For solo only by
E. Dli BRUCE, .
. No.lB North SEVENTH Street, DULADELOU/A.
,4GrAlso, BRADBURY'S PIANOS ailda completo as
iortment of the PERFECT...MELODEON. '
Sept. 22, 1808-1. y..
HYSIOIANB will firidit to their ad
ntago to call and purchaoo their Medicine!! at
~ 3 41x•1', 1864„
HOOFLA ND'S 14.9ritiiii•
'tile great Strengthening Tonle.
(Not a• Whisky Preparation.)
DEBILITY ! DEBILITY I
Ling from any millet, whatever;
PROSTRATION OF THE SYSTEM,
Male or Female,
Adult or Youth,
a puro Tonic, not dependent on bad liquors for their
almost miraculous effects.
Observe the following symptoms resulting trout dis
orders of the digestive organs:
Constipation, Inward Piles, Fullness of Dleod to the
Dead,. Nausea, Heartburn, Disgust for Food, Fullness
or• Weight in the Stomach, Sour Eructations , Sinking
or Fluttering at the Pit of the Stomach, Swimming of
the Head, Hurried and Difficult fireathing, Pluttoring
at the Heart, Choking or Suffocating Sensations who n
in a lying Posture, Dimness of Vision, Dots or Webs
before the Sight, Fever and Dull Pain in the Read,
Deficiency of Perspiration, Yellowness of the Skin and
Eyes, Palmtin the Side, flack, Chest, Limbs, etc., Sud
den Flushes of Heat, Binning in the Flesh, Constant
Imaginings of Evil, and threat Depression of Spirits.
AND DISEASES RESULTIN3 FROM DISORDERS
OF THE LIVER AND DIGEST] VPs ORGANS.
HOUFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS,
GIVES BErlf SATISFAC
Has more Respectable Poopln to vouch for it, than any
other article in the Market.
We defy any one to contradict this assertion, and
WILL PAY $lOOO -
to any one who will produce a certificate published by
us that la not genuine.
lIGOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERK,
Chronic or Nervous Debility,
and Diseases arising from a disor-
71m1 this Bitters is not Atchaic,
CONTAINS NO RU OR WHISKEY,
AND CANNOT MAKE DRUNKARDS,
BUT IS THE BEST TONIC IN THE
From the Rev. Levi G. Beck, Pastor of the Baptist
Church, Pemberton, N. J., formerly of the North Bap
tist Church, Philadelphia, at present l'astor of tho
Baptist Church, Chester, Pa.
* * * * *
• I kayo known Hootbind's Gorman Bitters favorably
for a number of years, I have used them In my own
family, and have been CO pleased with their effects,
that I was induced to reennunend them to many oth
ers, and know that they have operated in a strikingly
beneficial manner. I take great pleasure In thus pub
licly proclaiming this fact, and calling the attention
of those afflicted with the dist-ones for which they are
recommended, to those bitters, knowing from export:
once the. my recommendation will bo sustained. I
do this morn cheonJully as lloolland's Bitters is Intend
ed to benefit the afflicted, and Is "not a rum drink.'
From Boy. W. 11. Juigfriod , l'asLor Two' ft.h Hop.
tilt Church, Phila.
Gentlemen :—I have recently eon laboring under
the distressing effects of Indigestion, accompanied by
a prostration of the nervous system. Numerous rem
edies were recommended by friends, and some of them
tested, but without relief. Your Heofiand's German
Bitters were recommended by persons who had tried
them, and whose favorable mention of these bitters
Induced fee to try them. I must confess that I had
an, aversion to Patent Medicines from the "thousand
and one" quack ''Bitters," whose only alms seems to
be to palm off sweetened and drugged liquor upon the
community ina sly way, andtho tendency of which,
I fear, is to make many a confirmed dninkard. Upon
learning that ,yours was really a medicinal prepara
tion I took It with happy affect. Its action, not only
upon the stcmach, but upon the nervous system, was
prompt and gratifying. I feel that I have derived
great and permanent benefit from the use of a few
From R0y..1. Newton Brown, D. D., editor of the En
cyclopedia of Religious .Knowledgo and Chilstlan
Altaough not disposed to favor or recommend Patent
Medicines In general, through distrust of their Ingre
dients and effects, I yet know of no sufficient reasons
why a man may not testify to the benefits he believes
himself to have received from any eimple preparation,
in the hope that he may thus contribute to the bene
fit °tethers. Ido this the more readily in regard to
iloofland's German Bitters, prepared by Dr. 0. M. Jack
son, of this city, because I w as prejudiced against thorn
for many years, under the impression that they were
chiefly an alcoholic mixture. lam indebted to my
friend, Robert bhoomaker, Esq., for the removal of this
prejudice by proper tests and for encouragement to try
them when suffering from great Auld long continued
debility. Tho use of three bottles of Muse Bitters at
the beginning of the present year, was followed by
evident relief and restoration to a degree of bodily and
mental vigor which I had not felt for six months be
fore, and had almost despaired of regaining. I there--
fore thank God and my friend for directing mo to the
use of them.
From the Rev. E. D. Fondall, Assistant Editor Chris
tian Chronicle, Phila.
hive 'dorlvid deelded benefit from the use of Hoof
land's German Bitters, and feel It my privilege to rec
ommend them as a most valuable tonic, to all who aro
su Raring from general debility or from disoasoe arising
from derangement of tine liver.
Yours, truly. E. D. FENDALL.
From Roy. D. rderrlgo, Pastor of the Passyunic Bap
tist Church, Phila.
From the many respectable recommendations given
given to Dr. llootland'a Gel man Bitters, I was induced
to give them a trial. After using several bottles I
found them to bo a good remedy for debility, and a
Most excellent tonic for stomach.
From the Rev. VtIOS:IVINTIgIt; B. b., ranter of Rox
porough Baptist Church.
Bann Bm I feel it duo to your, excellent preparation
Iloofiand'a Gorman Bitters, to add my testimony to
the deserved reputation it haa.obtained.,. I. have for
years, at times, boon troubled .with. great disorder In
my head and nervous system. Was advised by a
friend to try a bottle of year Gormanbilttera rdid so,
and have experienced a great andfdiaexpected relief.
My health has been very materially benefited.. I con.
fidently recommend the article whsra I caret with cases
similar to my own, and have boon assured by many of
their good effects. Respectfully yours, ,
. T. WINTER, •
Bee that tlie signature of "0. 111.1AOKSON" le on the
Wrapper of each bottle,'
Bhould your nearest„ drugglet not have the article
do not be put off by any of tho intoxicating prepara-
tions that•may: he offered in its place, but Bend to ne
and we will forward, aseurely packed by .exprove.
Vor tale euggletijinif teitilers
the ll,Oltect Staten... -, •
Diseases of Camp Life
WILL FIND IN THIS,DITTERS
PERFORM ED NUMB CURES,
HAS MORE TESTIMONY,
WM, CORE EVERY CASE OF
Diseases of the Kidneys,
Read who Says So
Very respectfully yours,
W. D. BEIOFRIED,
No. 254 Sbackamaxon Street,
J. NEWTON BROWN,
BRIiARE OF COIINTRItNRITB
"MINOIPAL bETION AND
No, 041 Arch &root, PhilatWWl'', Po
!Successors to' 0. 11..inaliiion *OO4
' . .iiidbg'iti,'' .
. ' . ' . • : .',
rave ifiiip'daj commenced Peltbig 'off
my, math', stoelGor,Wlnter Goods at Coat and many
ess than Poet to, yieleco the, same before spring opens.
You will: And a complete flue of the following goods
Sattinetts, Red, White and Yellow Flthinels,
filklain g 'Flannels, French 'Me rin o es, all colors, Coburgs,
Alpacas and Delaines, Plain and
Tilo largest Stock of Balmoral Skirts, In the County
'also a largo assortment of Woolen Goods, such as
Sontags, Hoods, Scarfs,
Wool and Morino Hose, Ladles, Gents and Chllde
Gloves, in fact every article In the Dry Goode line all
of which will be sold at prices to satiety all. I also
have a full stock of
Which will be sold at the shortest profits that they
can., be cut at. Also a full line of Gents. and Boys,
B 0 0 lS and SHOES,
Ladies, Misses and Chlldrona, Shoes and (Miters. A
large lot Mons, Ladies and Childs Gum Shoes, which I
have also reduced in price.
We invite all to give us a call before purchasing as
1 am satisfied you can save money.
Feb. 2, 1866
New Stock of Hats and Caps
AT KELLER'S OLD STAND,
North Hanover Street.
splendid assortment of all the new
styles of Silk Moleskin, Slouch. Soft & Straw
ate now opon Malty and home manalacture which will
be sold at the lowest cash prices. Solt hats of allqual-
Bios from the finest Beaver and Nutria, to the cheap
est wool, aud of all colors, unsurpassed by any this
side Philadelphia. A large stock of
Paint. Leghorn Braid, India Panama, and
Straw. Dhildrens fancy Ac.
Also a full assortment of Mons, Boys and childrens
cape of every description and style,
The subscriber Invites all to come and examine his
Stock. Being a practical hatter, he fools confident of
giving satisfaction. Thankful for the liberal patron
age heretofore bestowod he solicits a continuance of
the same. .Dont f• rgot the stand, two doors abovo
Shriner's Hotel and next to Corman's shoo store.
JOHN A. BELLER, Agt.
N. B. Hats of all kinds undo to order at short noti,.
COAL' AN D LUMBER YARD.-
The subscriber having leased the yard formerly
occupied by Armstrong and Hoffer, and purchased the
COAL AND LUMBER
ftt ti.q yard, together with an irntimnse new stock
will have constantly on hand and furnish to o
der all kinds and quality of seasoned
IP) AR US
Paling, Plastering Lath, Shingling. Lath, worked
Flooring and ‘l'eatherboarding, Posts and Rails, and,
every article that belongs to a Lumber Yard.
All kinds of Shingles, to wit Whltepino, Hemlock
and Oak, of different qualities. Having cars of my
own I can furnish bills to order of any length and
size at the shortest notice and on the most reasonable
terms. My worked boards will be kept under cover
so they can ho furnished dry at all times.
I have constantly an hand all kinds of Family
Coal under cover, which I will deliver clean to ally
part of the borough. To wit:
Best quality of
Luneburner'4 <7nsl fitacksnidlCA
always on hand which I will sell at the lowest figur
Yard west side of U rarnmar Fiehool, Main street.
ANDREW 11. BLAIR.
June 9, 1965. Lt.
r gill E Allen and Enstpennsboro' Mu
tual Firo Ito:tirade° Company of Cumberland
County incorporated by an act oi Assembly, iu the
year 1b43, and having recently had its charter extend
ed to the year 1883, is now in active and vigorous op•
oration, under the superintendence of the following
hoard of Managers, viz:
William It. Gorgas, Christit.n Stayman, Jacob Eberly
I). Bally, Alex. Cathcart, J. 11. Coovur, John Eh:briber.
ger, Joseph Wickersham, Sand Eberly, Moses Bricker,
Rudolph Martin, Jacob Coover.and / C. Dunlap.
The rates ofinsurance arnns low and favorable as
any Company of the kind In tho Stato. Parsons wish
ing to„beceme members ate invited to make applica
tion to the agents of the Company, who are willing to
wait upon them at any titan.
WM. It. Hulk; AS. Presidout,
Eberly's Mills, I'. 0.
CHRISTIAN SPA YM AN, Vice President,
JOHN C. DUN L A IL Set-Cy. Mechanicsburg.
• DANIEL Ii AI LY, Dilisburg, York
Cumberland county.—John Sherrick, Allen; Henry
Zearing, Shiremanstown ; Lafayette Peffur, Dickinson;
/fent, Bowman, Church town ; Mode orinith, South
Middleton; Samuel 0 mimes, Westpennsboro'; Samuel
Coover, Mechanicsburg ; .1. W. Cocklin, Shepherdstown
D. Coover, Upper Allen ; .1. 0. Saxton, Silver Spring;
Jobs flyer. Carlisle; Valentine Yeoman, New Cumber
land; James McCandllol,
York county—W. S. Picking. Dover; James Grifillh,
Warrington; J. F. Deardorff, Washington; Richey
Clark, Dillshurg; D. Rutter, Fairview ; John Williams
Dauphfn co.—Jacob !longer, Ilan isburg.
Members of the Company having policies about to
expire, bon have thorn renewed by making application
to any of the Agents.
July 1, 1864.
LYNCH & FOOTE,
Plumbers & Gas Filters
rilhe subscribers inform tho public thn
they still continuo tho
GAS FITTING AND PLUMBING
busines at the Old Stand in the basement of the Fir
Methodist Church. They will attend promptly to a
business In their line.
head and Iron Pipes, Hydrants, Hot and cold
Water Closets, Force and Litt Pumps, Wro't Welded
Tubes, Iron Sinks, Bath Tubs, Bath Boilers, Wash ila
sins, nydraul.e Rams, Ac., and every description o.
cocks and fittings for gas, steam, water, Ac. Superior
cooking ranges, heaters and gas fixtures put up in
churches, stores and de ridings, at short notice, in the
most modern style. All materials and work In our
line at low rates and worrwi'ld.
UM—Country work and j/hhisig u•emptly attended to
First Prize Medal at the Worldls Fair
, • . 4 0i - r,
r FIE undersigned has just received,
and intends to keep constantly on hand a full as.
sorttnent of the unequalled Pianos manufactuied by
Steinway & Sons of New York.
Each instrument will be carefully selected In the
Manufactory, and will be sold at tho
New York Cash Factory Prices,
with the addition of Freight to Carlisle.
A written gusiantee of entire satisfaction will be
given by the subscriber to each purchaser.
Persons desirous to purchase aro invited to call and
examine these unrivalled Pianos, at
R. E. - Shipley's Jewelry Store,
Main Street, 3d door emit of tho Mauston House, near
tid 'Railroad Dopot. •
SIiCOND-lIAND PIANOS received in exchange and
kept for role and to rent.
Carlisle, May 22, 18113—ly
PAINTS AND OILS.-
10 Tons White Lead. 1000 Gallons of OH. Just
received with a large assortment of
Varnishes Fire Proof Paint,
Turponelne, Florence White,
Japan, White Zinc,
Putty, Colored Ziuc,
Lltharge, Red Load
Whiting, Boiled 011,
Ohm, • . Lhrd 011,
Shellac, Sperm 011,
Paint Brushes, Fish 011, dm.,
Color., of every description dry, and 011 in can's and
tubes at the Hardware Store of . .
July 1, 1864
Bryans ° Pulmonte Wafere,,.
good Photograph is worth a doz
en poor ones. Who will give a poor picture to
Mond 1 All PHOTOGRAPHS made at
aro warranted to give aatkdkottou or they will be ro
jpIPES; Tobacco, (smoking and chow
' ing) and &gars, at Ravorstlek's Drug and Book
IIAMES.-500 pairs Hamer on ha
of all Muds. Elizabethtown .pattern, Loudon
do., Oornman do., with and without patent fastenings
'cheaper than over at 11. fiAXTOM3, East 11ain at. ,
, . . .
1101110HYSICIANS find , it, tO4hoir . ad
vantage 'to call and purchttee-tiiiiir iffoildaines at
,- - /LUSlCAL Eira TS vi li u, R n i.J A M TAl E: rvd T eßrton S Bs . :ll.l3oamii.i.o.
u are e l VT a limbourinos ,
Doe. 15, 1865.
Finkassoitmo44 of Candy r,4
Amor 'French apts German mil
9C r ! 3,§3q! AT HAV 08.8:
8 IIMME1? HATS,
Lykons Broken, Egg,
Store and Nut, Luke Fiddlers
Titivorton, Locust Mountain,
Lohbery, which I pledge my
gel I le soil At the lowest
HO WER 13i! 7' II 8,
_. _ •
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CHANGE OF HOURS.
ON and after MONDAY, November 20,
1805, Passenger Trains will run daily, as follows,
Fol(9l;i2Sr#43ol3Dlio', /03D ICAI Z:iii*.l:- I
Leave Hagerstown, 7:10 A. M., 2:46 P. M.
" Greencastle, 7:45 " 3,35
Arr at 8 , 1 7 ' 4:20 "
8:25 " 1:16 "
I Leave ,
Leave Sblpponsburg 8:55 " 1:48
Newvllle 0:27 " 2:21 .
" • Carlisle - 0:50 A.M 10:08 " 3.04 .
A Mechanicsburg 7:21" 10:313 " 3:37 44
Arrive at Harrisburg 7:60" 11:10 " 4110 44
FOR OHAMBERSBURG AND lIAOEItSTOWN
Leave Harrisburg 8:40 A. M., 1:40 P. 31 d3:O P.M
" Mechanicsburg 9:18 " 2:20 " 5:05 "
Carlisle 0:58 " 2:53 " 5:30 "
" Nowvllle 10:34 " 3;29 '•
" Shlpponsburg .‘, 4:00
Chambers'g, Arr at 11:35 " 4:30 "
Leave 11:40 " 4:40 "
Leave Greencastle 12:25 P. 51 5:30 t•
Arrive at Hagerstown 1:00 " 6:10
making close connections at Harrisburg with Trains
to and from Philadelphia, New York, Pittsburg, Balti
more and Washington.
The Train leaving Hari Mum at 4:30, P. M.,
runs only as far as Carlisle. 0. N. LULL, Sup't
Superintendent's Mice, i
Chamb'g. Nov. 24, 1865. f
Cumberland Valley Tail Road Com-
1 , 114,,1G11T DEPOT, CARLISLE
11 11 E Cumbe rland Valley, Pennsylva•
Ma and Northorn Central Rail Road Companies
have made an arrangomonts to do n
Joint Freight rtml Forwarding Bmsiness
between the Cities of Philadelphia, Baltimore and New
York. The Cumberland, Valley Rail Road Compel],
will open their Freight Depot at Carlisle on the is
January 1865 Mr the receipt and shipment of all goods
onletostod to them.
Freight to In forwarded by this arrangement must
1N,..1,41t at Pennsylvania 'Rail Road Company Depot
corner of 15th and Market St., Philadelphia. North•
ern Central Rail Road Company's Depot Baltimore
and Cumberland Valley Itall Road Company's
Depot at Carlisle. • Thu public will find it to there Tnidrest to chip
through the Rail Rtnd Company's Freight Houses and
by Company Cars.
.1. & D. lino Ans,
Freight Agent Carlisle
Dec. 22, 1865.
FLOUR & FEED,
,COAL, PLASTER & SALT
BEETEM & BROTHERS having
• purchased of Snyder k Newcomer their entru
-61 se Warehouse. (lienderson's old stand,)hend of High
street, beg loose to inform the public that they will
continue the Forwarding and Commission business on
a more entensive sralethan heretofore,
The highest market price will he paid for Flour Grain
and P, mince of all kinds.
Flour and Feed, Plaster, Sall and hay, kept con
stantly on hand and for sale.
Coal of all kinds, embrscing
LY K ENS VALLEY,
LA WBE R Y, &c., &c.
I,Ptuebinners' and klacksiulths' Coal, constantly for
sale, Kept under rover, and delivered dry to any part
of the town. Moo, all kinds of LIMIDER constantly
A Daily Freight Line
a ill leave their Warehouse every morning at I o'clock,
arrive at Harrisburg at It o'clock, and at Howard
`llnrhman's Warehouse, Nos SOS and SIO Market street
'biladelphia, at S in the evening of same day
J. BKETEM & BROS.
rrhe subscriber now manufactures and
keeps con , lantly on hand, on Noah Street, east
of Hotel, a largo ass rtmenl of
AGEIC ULTIIItA L 1 M PLR M ENTS
such as 1101,,e Powers, Threshing
MaLhin,s with Sep
_ rat ore attached, Clover Hullers Corn
1 4 .1, :Metiers, I.q.raw and Fodder Cutters all
giffli of which are the latest, and the beet
.Na.;ittL. , Particular attention paid to Repair
ing et all kinds of Agricultural Implements at short
notice and reasonable prices.
Thankful for former favors(all y solicit a
chore of public patronage.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Al the store of John Irvine, on th
N. H. corm, of the public square, is the place to .
purchase Boots Shore Hats and Cape, at prices that
defy competition ;
lie has just returned from the East vi Ith the largest
and most complete Assortment of hoots, Shoes, Date &
Caps that he has ever presented to this community,
and which he is determined to sell at the lowest pos
sible prices. Ills stock embraces everything In hit
line of bitchiest:, such as
MEN'S & BOYS' FINE CALF BOOTS,
Kip Boot:, Call and Patent. Esther Oxfi,rd Ties, Call
and patent Leather Gaiters, Call Nullitiern. Call and
Kip BlogarlS, Slippers, Are.
Fine Fiend, and Eng,lll.ll Lasting Gaiters, Morocco Cal l
and Kid lin,ds, Finn Kid Slippvrs. Fancy Flippers, Mor
roc, , and Kid Buskins, &e..
MIS ES AND CHILDREN'S WEAR of all deserip
thins embrnripfi fine Lasting Gaiters, Morroceo and
Lasting Button Boots, Morroero Tare boots of all kinds
fancy shoes of various styles slippers, ,§e.
II ATS A CAPS, Silk, Cassimere. Fur and Wool Hats
of all qualities and styles, also a large assortment of
Booth and Shoes made Co order at the shortest notice
Repairing ppomptly Joao. Confident of his ability to
please all etas us of customers, ho respectfully Invites
the public to give him a call.
09_11em ember the place, N. N. corner of the Public
HAT AND CAP EMPORIUM.
_ f t
111 E undersigned respectfully [inflow].
vox to the public that ho still continues the Hat
tug Business at the old stand, in West High !street,
and with a renewed and efficient effort produce nett
cies of Head Dress of
Every Variety, Style and Quality,
that shall be strictly lu keeping with the ImpioN e
flout of the Art, and fully up to the age which w
I have on hand a splendid
1 assortment of
to" -- o HATS AND CAPS,
ofall descriptions, from the common Wool
to the finest Fur and Silk Hats; nod at prices that
must suit every one who ha■ an eye to getting the
worth of his money. Tho stock includes,
MOLESKIN, CASSIMERE, BEAVER it FELT HATS,
of every stylo and color and unsurpassed for Lightness
Durability and finish; by those of any other establish
mont in the country.
Men's, Boy's and Children's Hat's and Cups, of every
description constantly on hand.
He respectfully Invites all the old pattpus and as
many now ones as possible, to give him a call .
July 1, 1804
NEW AND FRESH
c -rcc arie IE3 .
11AL13ERT & BRO.,
AVING just returned from the
Ratitern cities desire ,o inform their patrons that
t, have laid in n largo and varied stock of New and
Fresh Goods at the lowest cash prices.
Their assortment in thorough and complete, contain
ing everything necessaay to constitute a First Class
in greiteet atitrulaticeond .at dowest2eatth• Llgures.—
Syrups, Spices, Canned Fruits, QUEENSWARB and
Crockery, Salt and Fish, Hams. Cheese, Crackers,.
Brushes, Baskets and Willow Ware.
Segars and Tobacco,
of tho choicest brands. .Brooms, Buckets, and a com
plete assortment of
Don't forget tho old stand, Eouth East corner of
CUMBERLAND . ' VALLEY . HOTEL
N. E. Cor. Main and BcdAYZ Sts. '
TI , ESTAUIiAIsier in the . basement,
rcwhici, is furnished vilth the very best of liquors
and 'edibles of all varieties.
all 13 1 ion and 'fitylea' •
a. 15; 1805. AT 11AVRIISTICES
T :4 ADIES COMPANIONS,
I 15 so
180da dhapos s and s sizes. Doe. ,
WORK BOXES, Cabtis, Port FQ
y., lic;B; rTourlsts Doski3; Oonfoctlobeirij
Games of all Made,
Doe. 15, 1805.
Ixon~ English ; Refined,
4i PP.T,:.R • lb. "'Nails;` $5;50: . ' Liaise
SHOES, $7,2g, •
nnd everything oleo In proportion.at
J 017,701881 5!
U. N. LULL, Supt
A. 3. KUTZ, Agout
HALBERT & BRO