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JOHN B. TBEIBLER, AGENT,
Practical Tailor and Gents' Furnisher,
Mr. Ttelliter would announce to the eltizone of
and vicinity, that he has to afore a very large
t and carefully selected stock of
oLcrrua, . .
WATER BILOOF% &c., Slc
SUITS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS
Being 'Anisette practical Tailor, and havlnA the
MaiRLIMCO of first class not kmon he Is, proparbd 'to
1 11 all clothlag made at Lis estalilialimont
Piece Goode of all kinds sold by the yard and cut
to order at a trilling cost.
Don't forgot th., place, No. L, East &lain Street, next
door to Common Sc Worthington's Drug Moro.
Pract'l Engr. ft Machinist
W. W. JENNINGS,
Practical Mould. r.
Franklin Iron Works,
Corner of Short and South Streets,
MACHINE • DEPARTMENT
STEAM ENGINES & MACHINERY
Particular attention paid to Repairing of Machinery,
by day or night, at home or abroad.
ALL KINDS OF BRASS WORK, PIPE,
AND FITTINGS ON RAND.
Wrought _lron Pipe, Brass and iron Cocks,
Water Gauges, ' , ' Globe Valves,
Steam Whistles, Gaugcr Cocks, - --
Check Valves, Governor Valves,
Governo e, , , Safety Valves,
Steam Gauges, ' Injectors,
Oil Gaps, Unions for Pipe,
Shafting and Pulleys, Etc., Etc...
Foundry and Ornament.ll Department
Manufactute Cast and' Wrought Iron -- •
Plain and - Ornamental . Railing.
.oxer ono hundred and seventy live now and beautiful
'pattJrus. Jerandahs, Window_ lixads, Braoket,,
oettees, Tablas, Stands. Tree Boxes, DI vision -- Stalls,
Itaeil and Feed Bone, for Stables, etc:, etc.
HOUSE FRONTS c.Cz; A-RCHITECTURAL
Executed from anv • design furnished, and hove on
bond n large vnrioty of'patteros fur
BUILDERS? IRON WORK IN GENERAL.
utl Carving, Model alfrl I'attern llklng — pTiitupt
Matihool, How Lost, How Restored
• -.1 ust•Jullislisd a new' itilditivn oil
af ver - wit Oli
p .a t la. radical cure (with att. M - dicine) nt
, o , luul uteen.•es,
Itivultiatary Seminal irl:ll , iniiel . , till and
Physical 'lnc:parity, I roped, men is t Merriam', rte.,
alto, toxsdatpnua, hPli.svar and Firs, moused by
sol,-lutiu make or svxmal extrava,taucu.
lu mu Mar envelop,. only S cents.
'flare admire do essay;
clearly dminmatrales Iron, a Minty yours' Successibi
prsettce, twit tnealarinin4eimvedtionees of self abuse
may wo radically cure 1 Wlitiollt Lila Clangor°as use of
lutetual undleine Sr the- application of the- knife;
pointing out n mode of cure at once simple, certain,
and alfeciuni, by. aiOiinrs orwhith eVery sulferer, no
mutter - wli AL his condition May be, may curs himself
Cheaply: privately, and radically. -.
13(2p...i1its beet Ure should be at the hands of every
youib and every man In the land.
Seat, ruder Coal, In a plain envelope, to any• nd
drams postpaid, on receipt of elk cents, or two post
stamps. Also, J.lr. GulverWell .. .Marriage tinkle,"
price 25 bents. Address the Publishers,
CHM?. 4. C. 1C LI NE CO.;
127 Bowery, New York, Poste.iflice Bon 4,580.
W. HOWARD, ufcao Ics k .ST — EVENBON,
WIDE AWAKE CAPS,
No. 113 North Third Street,
Cape and - Capes, Of enamelled oil cloth, of all colors,
mad• to order at shorteat'possible notice.
EW MARBLE STORE. '
JAMES E. CALDW & CO.,
M V\7 - I_, S ;
Ila , r_hoon appointed ,
SPECIAL t.GEN TS ,
in thin city for the sale of the
GORHAM MFG. COMPANY'S
FINE ELECTRO-PLATED. WARE,
We guarantee those goods to be decidedly superior
to anything In the market, extolling In design, finish
and quality. • '
A large assortment arliPbe Maintain° L, and sold at
the manufactu rors' regular
FIXED PRICES. •
Trade Mark - Stamped on the
. of bass 'of each
Elettro Plate ofitlAMMTgcb, article. •
. 002 CHESTNUT STREET, PHILADELPHIA.
Mune - •
Have commenced at. the store,nl7tbe undersigned in
NbRTH HANO,VER STREET,
• NO. - 6
!reapers, Hotels. and all coiatemplatliur the furnish
lug of their Louses. ,
HaAng just 'Ourself from the Ales they aro pro
pared to supply all with
S T• 0 'V E S
of ovary kind ouelf Hs
COOK PARLOR AND
OFFICE , STOVES,
conslQting'in part. of-tha
, Barley Sheaf,
also the Aoted
. . •
NATT.ON' _ AL. RANGE,. ,
• Thermo prepared to furulah. dhow) contemplating
housekeeping, with all things necessary. to , a WELL
IIEGULATIiD• HOWIE such as
of all description!,
• . ,"COPPED MILLS, ~ •••
- • :SADIRONS, • • •
• " SPOONS, .
LADLES, &a. 7 1
ROQfilig - Spouting
and everything In-the-line of-the t inner_done at the
,Shortest Notice and on. the. most. reasonabte laver
wares WADRANTED. Give thenie cell no -they • aro
anxious to exhibit, feeling' initialled that they can
convince all that Igo. 08, Le the place to purchaae
~ ij HEAP G'o'olb B
•nd liE41113i11101;WARE of q7l found
nIPIEBaiITII * '
" ON litinover Rt.
-1V.0T4 7 -AJOVERIISE.MENT4
ALWAYS ALI V E
TO TiCEINTERIIST OF TUE
COMMUNITY at. the OLD CORNER
Just readying another largo supply of Goods suited
to the prosoot season.
A boauttful .so to:lent-Of
In all calm and qualltlee
SUBBRIOK BLACK C4BO. GRAIN BILKS
SAQUES AND MAN I.',LES
A FULL LINE OF
BUTTONS AND TRIMMINGS.
For the trimming of Segues and Mantles
A GRAND ASSORTMENT 07
Black and Colored Grenadines;
French Organdie Lawns & Swisses,
•French Jadonet Lawns,
Fiench Percaills Pigured,
French Percaills Plain,
Pure Mottled Mohairs;
For Ladies Suits,
All colors for suits,
MOZAMRIQUES and FRENCH CHINTZES,
SCOTCH GINOEIAMS &0.,-&o.
Dross Cloeds all selling at setnnlchlngly lox,' prices,
• we ere dethlobled not to carry etock• - tiver the
Plain -and Striped Swiss,Muslins,
Striped Plaid Ind Plain Nainsouks,
Plaid, Plain andSiriped Jaconetts,
Shirred, Puffed and Tuiiked Muslins
For ()Lai balaies,
Striped and Plaid_ .White._Ererfek
Organdies for Ladies' D"re.sses,
- .;.:Blaelc - arape.,-Illarett 2 yds,,w)de for
Shawls and Dresses,
Two yards wide,
For Shawls and Dresses
Of every description, aultablo for all seasons and
for all purposes. A full lino of •
alw . ays on hand
Of till kinds selling at unusually low prices
CA. RP E TS!! CARPETS!!!
Great Inducements now ' oderlug , in all grades of
Carpets to closo out our stook of tlie season.
FLOOR OIL OL.OTHB,
All widths for Entries and Halls.,
TABLE OTL CLOTHS,
Plain and Bordered.
MEN AND BUYS WEAR,
CLOTHS Sc CASI id -E E
. ' DaTAE, Ac.,
of oyer.rdescrlpl ton. Call and 800 the' boat stook of
mono' wear In tho town.
Marseilles Qull Ls,
Hooey Comb 4Mlts
TA BLE COVERS AND SPREADS,
A groat liargaln,Drall !chide Of Linea; Ifunkabaek and
Damask -- Itordnilad—Tolvela, Doyljea, Naphtha, - Table
_Clotha,'llath Towels, fro. • ,
Lath Mantles, Silk. Maratha' nod liaques .of the
latest eta los. The Cob bratod , .
Of tho moon, with tbo. drop laateningn; enabling. a
lady to adiu,t tho skirt to mako 10 any length 'she
may wish it, either for the, trail or•walklug dress. •
lu ouch great variety . , that. It, Is • Imposafhle I to
onumerate them. Please glya us a call and sea all
desmlptlons of LINEN 11ANDISEROUIEF3, LADE
lIANDKPTOIIIIf6'B, 11018EltY, O,LOVJCS, TRIM
MINGS, ROHM, LAOMEDOINGE ONSEILTINGS,
NAIRBEILLES TRIBISIINOB, &c., &a.' • ,
Please do not fall to give ue an early callrev
amine our complete stock, as we are alway well
prepared to prove the fact that wddo study 1 o In—
tarred of our customers, Mid never suffer pursolvei
Please*. partiCular dh notliing the heading and
the closing of our Advertisement, as it is sometimes
closely Imitated and may deceive those not-.an their
J ON - TliE -OORNER-,,
Sign of the Carpet Hall.
Penn Iltutual Life Iniirnne,a(nnpany
Life Ilisuriinee Poliey,on Fao.ori"
. . ,
The Board of Trdsteee have declared'
.a Bah) • diet
deed , of
unon the. cash premidnis• received In • 1967 •on - , all
Policia! In force on the liat of Doe., and have decided t.
receive all the earlp leaned up to, and including Jan.
nary 1869 its payment .•of premium,.
Tee uretotingneelis ready so _deliver. certitipetes. to
partleoentitled to receive them at the Ca!liela Agency
at hie office. No. 8, West Matti Street, at: any time
after date of thle 'notice. -
Painphiets, tablo crates,applications and every In
formation furnished with out charge.
A liberal percentage will be . paid' to ono or—tw o
good, reliable perions, cal:mans Cumberland county
on behalf of the atinvo - company, .which - is the Slay
Atutuat Life Inntrance Company in Pennsylvania, and
ono of the oldest and most reliable in the country.
Apply to A. L. !NOMMEN, Agent.
REAL ESTATE. FOR SALE. •
A Double. 8 Sttlrl . Brick .house
witteFrame kitchen attached, suitable "•
for orhupinScYMf two families ' or .at a, a•a. I
Store Room and Dwelling , sitmatod oa
wlllbo disposed of on. favorable
12June 68.. •
Also a commodious Too Biers Brick. .
Dwelling , Nouse, with Brick .;; - ''•
Building, situated on Bast Malin , 1 .
Strout, - - -
Also a valuable building lot, situated on the South
East corner of Wept and Pomftet Streets, fronting
60 foot on Pomfret, and '240 feet on West Street.
This is ono of the most desirable building lots In the
.Also a Three Story. Dwelling, house,
built of Brick and Frame, containing 8
rooms and kitchen, with all - the modern
imptovements, with stable and carriage
house.,in the rear, situated on a lot of •
ground on West Louthcr Street, Carlisle, containing
02 feet In front and 210 hot In depth, a very desirable
A. L. PPONSLER,
Real Estate Agent
AIVI E.R IC
ANTI-INCRUSTATION CO'S OFFICE,
No. .14f<Soutit lEburth 'Stkeet,
111 remove scaler from - grove
OILERS and keep them ekan,
ender the BOILER loon liable
Exp/orion, and eausing a
real saving ,
These_ INOTRUAIINTB having
eon In successful use during
rasttwo years In many of
w large establishments of
'lll,ndelphia and other parts of
e Miited Stale:and from which
Lo moos flattering testimonials
' their wonderful saving of
eel and labor have • been re
gs.PARTIES having BOIL.
na wonlu do well to call at
o Office. and examine fail.
ELASTIC SPONGE CO..
1111 Chests .t Street,
ELASTIC . SMNG
Cheaper - than Feathere or Hair,
The Lightest, Softestand Elastic, and- D ova •
ble material -know - ii, - KW
Mattresses, Pillows, Car, Carriage,
• ' and Chair Cushions,.
It is entirely Indestructible, perfectly clean and
free From dust.
IT DOES NOT PACK AT ALL! ,
Is always free from Insect life; Is perfectly healthy.
and for the sick le unequalled.
If soiled In any way, can he renovated qu lake'
and easier than any other Mattress.
Special ittentlon glved to
lINISIIINO lIRCIIES, HALLS, dm.
- 11.111rba4 - men are especially Invited -to examine
the Cushiiiii - Sponge.
SATISFACTION — CIIIARANTIED.
THE TRADE SUPPLIED.
12June 08.1 y.
The only Family Machine that sets up Its own
work - knits all Ares; widens - and - narrows - off the - toe
complete—producing all varieties of knit goods from
an Infant's stocking, 'mitten or glove to a ladys
shawl or hood
Price Reduced to 58 Dollars
It Is simple durable, easily operated and warranted
sneered in the bandnef every purchaser, -- - -
ADDRESS, with ',tamp for circular and PRIM pie stocking
J. D. OItNE . , OSn'i At 922 Chestnut Bt., Phila.
lmay 6841 m.
GOOD NEWS 1 GOOD NEWS !
GREAT' DECLINE IN PRICES
AT THE NEW AND CHEAP CASH STORE;
CORNER OF HANOVER ANT) POMFRET BTEETB
The subscriber would 'respectfully ittform the pub•
Ile that.he is lonising almost daily from the Bastin°
Cities, at large lavoloo of Non and Cheap. Goods, suck
LADLES' DRESS GOOD'S,
Black and Fancy _
• French ROpps,
_ Plain and _
Fancy Do Laines,
-Plain and Fancy
_ - •
BIWCHA LONG A NRSQUARE, , ..
R.,IIT4AKFA.STEITA.WLS in groat variety
French, . • .
dnie,sicau . Cloths, • •
Fancy .Caspknaves, .
‘. . Doeskins,
----- "'" A ''' - ` --- ". 4 Ittr l' llltril;'lliittin • Fitii;
..... . • Qndershlrts and
, • .
• •' - ' DO.MES TICS!
Bleached and Brocha, .•
Table D 1 41) 0 1 3 , - ' . . • .. .
1 and Quilts,,, - ---- ..
• - - Cotton , Flaiwiele,• . •., '- ' :
. " Thstolodobed Muslin', ,
. • - Tleklngs, Cheeks," -' •, ,
• • Towels, '
. • ' ' Napkins ) Ac,'
c: ' • '' " '-- - - • .
REMEMBER- TRH -PLACE,
.021 CORNER. OF
HANOVEIi AND FOMYRK
the room formerly ocinivlellhy
D. IL Jim rsort • On. • • "
"VALUABLE TOWN PROPERTY
. Al . PRIVATE BALE."
The subscriber . Intending to remove from leirilele,
offera at private sate big realdenee v eituated on.Bouth
Hanover Street, Noe 85 and ' ;.
‘, The property consists of.la .
0-U - I/ B 1J •
one partif siblch . .lo built. of 'Striae - and' the ' other
ot 1414,, malting two complete..lloussa, rultable fOr
9 -0/In g s or-places otbuilisaws
- =There are also two WPM. Bulldlugs Olathe kwatulsea
which could be- eery t s adlly be 'conaertod Into
dwellings. • L. r
• Fos- termeJ isud othar , particular, - enquire of-the
aubectlberireaddlug ondbe prefillsse/ • - ; • ,
• '. ••• • DANIEL,' It: HELLER,
' It Not soldbeforeoob, lit 1888, thla praperty..*lll
to c flared 'at spublle'saletott that day. rr- •
,tIOS SALE. .4 Nto.
Gook El(ofa, Ood ne* •ttia tlx•
arts . ,*lll ba vald•it a s •bargaln, • • •
Yoe Information Inquire at Obi Ofiloai ,,
213mattf. . .
2._;, A. ap 311 MR,
TH ATTENTION OP
FRUIT GROWERS, •
To thisuseful ireproremebt. -Itle-composed_ofAry
nuipber of liestioA or 4idute; whisk un bo used,
either singly,of..conneeted, Jospeh:is a Udder of any
pselrodiningth.. It ean by e . ,
LENGTHENED OR SHORTENED,
wilhoutsisacendlng to .the ground. Is ISELF.BIfP.
PORTINO, not requiring }he upper and Olean against
any object. Condbotad with it is a movable Step, glv
. ing an easy foothold for these using It. lican be
eceuee :enellrelose'& to, A small siso—and - quickly,
hanged Into either
6TEP.k;ADDER OR SOAFFO.LD._
FARMERS .: • • '
may k eep different Secttone for nee at eeparate places
on • their farms, and when in need of a long Ladder
the SOCtiollll can be connected.
can gathor_the_freit viiihent reeting against the tree
=thus avoiding injury to the tree. Two or more can
work at one time, and fruit can be reached by the, aid
of thieLadder. that would otherwise be unattainable
Without straining or brulalng the 'limbo.
• • MECHANICS -
can raise or lower it, Section or..ltound at a - Mika;
without. descending to the ground, and can be roluii•
ly changed lutes firm, substantial Scaffold.
eraplay It 'aa d gtop•Laddor of ordinary sloe, or
convert It Into a long Laddor.
-- --- - . TRICE. LIST. ,
20 Feet, 8 Sections; (each 03 feet) Light
weight for • Housekeepera. Extended
length about 10 feet . . $9 00
20 Feet, extra weight 10 00
SO Feet; 8 Section's, (each 10 feet long. Ex
tended length about 28 feet. - 18 00
40 Feet, 4 Sections, (one 19, two 10, and
'one d feet long.) Extended length about
97 feet."• ' - ',, $1 00
Other sixes in proportion. Liberal dimwit to the
- • .
Single Ladders forwarded, freight prepaid, to the near
- . eat Station on receipt of retell price.
In every county to canvass and soil. Also wanted,
Energetic, Rellablei - Capable - blen to-travel and estab-
Itch Agorae. yor Circular Terme address
PATENT EXTENSION LADDER:,
P. 0. BOX, 2018, or N 0.128 S. Front St
Wm. M. MELOY, Agt., ,
VAIIMERS LOOK. TO YOUR IN
I I:EItEST I . ,
Woaro offering to the Fiume - re of Cumberland and
Franklin enmities. _
The beet . ltgtPEß and IMIVVIT now tondo
TIIE WORLDS REAPER 'AND MOWER
EZRA LER EN ,, :"
Seely and Treas.
CUT 'GEAR IRON MACHINE
portec , ly strived tom exteknal flirt. wet nr ntly•othe
obstro , tlon. end made of the beet materiel, and I
the hest-poeslhle-nieran Val-manner..
Thin Mannino to recommended to rArtirern
POR . ITS NEATNESS AND STIES GTII,
• Fon ITS LIOIITNESS OF DRAFT,
FOR ITS DURABILITY. WILL LAST AS LONG AS
- -TWO -WOODEN-M A.Olll -
FOR ITS CONVENIENCE IN lIANDLIDIci EITHER
It combings all the recent improvensenti in Now
ing—folding - bar—Wave bar—and ran be raised 18
inches while In motion without cramping the pit
mancan be cpemted by a boy. _
AS A BRAFEIt-it le without a rival. 'beteg arrang
ed wlth l k superior Dropper, a Sidadelivery Rake oil
attachment, or the celebrated _Johnston" self rake
either delivering Sheaves only at the. will Cl the
A sample Machine can be seen at T. B. Bryson's
Warelimmukin Mechanicsburg, or at Faber's Motel,
lirCarlisle. Mr. Daniel Widders, °Siding" near Me.
chaniceberg, having one of them In use, will , Ore
all necessary lafarmation in regard to it, ne also will
Martin Kunkel, Eq., residing near Newburg.
8..810G8, Agent. Mr
Franklin and Cumberland counties,
U. WIDDEUS & MARTIN MINKEL, are authorial:id
to take ordure for Machines. 22may 08.13te.
N ORDINANCE opening Loeuet
Alloy loading tram Wog Street to College
Be It enacted and ordained by the Town Council
of the Borough of Carlisle, and' It is hereby enacted
and ofd tined ,by the au thority of the same:
That Locust Alloy be extended on - thellotauLlta
present direction to College Street, eta width of twen
ted into an ordinince this sth day of J111:10,
'A. D. IROR.
ATTIOT—J. M. ALLEN,
Eoct'y of C,Orporation
AN ORDINANCE repealing- part of
Be enacted an ordained by the authority_pf_tha
'tan Council of the Borough of Carlisle, and It 18, 4.
hereby. enacted and ordained by the same.
That the ordinance - passed Doe. 11th 1860, be and
the same is hereby repealed an far no it roliAttle to the
extending and opening of North - Street in said
enacted into au ordinance this sth ,day of
June, A. D. 1868,
O. P. nunntott,
• . President of Town Council.
• • - ' Chief Burgess.
Arrar--J. AL ALLEN, „ • g
Sect'y of Corporation.,
19June-3t. , .
AN 01WIN1,NCE RELATING} TO
TILE EXTENBION OF COLLEGE STREET.—Pe
It enacted and ordained by the, Town Cordell of the
Borough of Carlisle, and It Is hereby enacted and or
dained by the same.
That College strceLln said Borough bo extended
and opened fromThiln street In the line of the pees
tint direction of mild College street, at a width of ids y
feet to a point where it will Intersect what-is known
as the Walaut Bottom road.
Enacted Jute an ordinance this sth day of June, A
D, 1808. ' • .0. P. amnion .
President of Town Council.
' • , JOHN OAMPEELL,.
• Chief Burgess.
Axeser-3. M.. ALLEN, . "
Beo'9„of Corporation. • -
AN ORDINANCE -:REPEALING
. -• AN-ORDINANCE REOULATINU Tfl El WEIGH..
P COAL, ' PABBEO DEO. 14, 1565.—De It enact
ed by.the Tow Council of the dtorough . of Carlisle;
cod It is hereby'enacted and ordained by the autherl•
ty of the same:
That the bidltia,nce passed 14 Dec. 18110, regulating
the weighing of coal, be and. the seine le hereby
Enacted Into an ordinance th hi .sth day Of June,
A. 11,1868. '. 0. P. 1101511t1011,
, . . _ President of Town Council.
— , -Jollk. OA S.IPBELL.r— ,
• ' , . Chief Burown
Armor—J. M. ALLEN, • ' ... ~ • • • •
- Sec': of Corporation. , .-
• ~ -
.A.,,,, , - , 'Eastern platslot of Pounoylvaola, F. 8.
. at CarHilo 18 Juito.lBoB.
. . . . ... • • .
The undersigned hereby gi , es notice of his appoint.'
stout es asslgneeof M N. Bushey ot• Nerrville in the
county of Oumberlind and Male of Pc, nsylvihin
-within mild? District rho - ha. been adjudged a -Bank
rupt on creditose &Mien by the District court of
iiiii"liiir' ° !. -•- . L. • M.INILLIAMB.?•----;',
.- designee 2e.
2tgutteSt. , •
~ , •
7 .1 30 I L Ei der r s
of .A Y T. N m li u
a T T I N O .
r t .
stioula Dear In mind that the time' allowed , for ton.
Tendon Into MO Bonds, will aspire on the 16th
for the Juno 'fries, and the 16th of July. for' th •
July series, after which _periods the -Government
will pay off the Notes In Greenbacks, and holders of
7.30 Notes will lose the advantage of s rocelving a 5.24)
Six Per Cent Gold Bearing Bond, or the,present high
'Feminist on the 7.80'5, • "
VIE FARMERS' BANK OP 4t.llLltipt,.
will Attend lo the cOnverslen or mils of thilsa,riotee
for tirtles holding Ahern.
' VALUABLE . LOT . OF - GROUND
iltuate end lying between RaatAialn and Pomfre t
Atreete octnnded, In the Borough of Oarllale and con•
being about four acres. ' ..
Vile Is one of - the moat detdiable tols'ln the .torn;
and could be used fora variety of purposee—bealdes
Ite capability 'Of being Advantageously divided Into de
-.arable building Lots—havlog a. front on each of the.
above maned !treaty, it would be a moat, excellent In.
caUon for some manufacturing Mutinous. •Ttio One
-and Water pipes are- alreadyfuld lea, lti—fronterthe
A. L. 131PoNsLxR,'_;..
• • , . Rot Estate Agt. ,
, . .
. . .
liOca(AU :& 'BAYIiER,'S e .'the . place
to get a :betAcent..Olgeir.t, 'Deal forgot the
Between .Ilbeetietr l all:lttid tho• lAranklln hops,
VOSS & ItA.XLER-'hare a prime
Tarn 0(M for fly. INDIAN Try them.
is a two -horse
AS MOWER OR REAPER
C. P. UUMRIOII,
Promidont of Town Council
•DRY - 0-00D5".
• -• BENTZ & CO.
• MARY M. BENTZ.
Haying ru•cbasod' the largo stock of goods from A
W. Dents, we barn a metaled together 'for the put
pone of conducting the - Goods Buslneee .undo
the .above designation. To this largo and well
assorted stock, wedinve added" largely of now and
• 141 , 4EGANT GOODS,
we 1113 , a onrselies Ina condition to successfully com
pote with any Ileum in the trade between Phila.
deirla arid Pittsburg. Our Immense stook consists.
• " •
- CLOTHS CASSIMERES, VLS - TLNGS,
in grant :variety and id: choice :designs, suitable for
spring; summer and winter wear ; and artiolee
necessary to compiete'a (iontlemouin Wavdrobo. For
this department WO have engaged the .services of an
A - NO._ 1 T4-ILOII,
whose garments are warranted to lit.
BILKS plain fancy and Psok,
" .POPLIN ALPACAS, allehades, • • ,
• MOIIAIR LIISTRES and POPLINS.
*FRENCH PERCALES, nice goods, .
SII.ES, heavy black; and plain solid colors.
ALPACII AS, Poplin do, bleak and fancy,
Parasols Umbrellas; all colors, .
and a'l tho moat fashionable Drees Stuffs in the mar.
bet, Kid, Silk Lisle Thread, Buck 'Cotton Gloves, and
everything desirable in the Glove line.
.Cambric end Swise Edgings and Insertings, In great
abundance, Laces, - Handkerchiefs, from the lowest
price up to finest needle worked embroidery. - _ •
Rlbbonsorltahades from yd. wide, down to the
I Trim na r r ern w t; a ve ry large assortment coniPrialege - ,ery
good thing the.
Fans, )titlslin 1,
Tickings - ._ '
'Linens, all in great variety. •
Cambric, Notebook, Jaconet, and. Striae Mualine
Table Linens, and Linen and Ciotti Table Covenf, •
GRAIN BAGS, BALMORAL SKIRTS, FRENCH
—From 35-ete:, per yard np to the bekt4mperlal three
ply, selling lower than the market, rates. Carpet
Chain finding. Floor and Tablo Ull Clothe, klattlngs,
Rum Window Bllndil — ac.
We hate the eta& to accommodate the . enure com.
munity kntfall to be sold lower then can ho bought.
anywheso In this section of thd country. .Call and
see - .
• BENTZ & Co.
lmay (18.tf •
CASH ! CASH.! I
I have this day commenced selling of my entire stock
of Winter Goode at greatly reduced prices far enh.
NIIENCIL hiEILDIOES, REPPS,
and other Dress Gm de, at Coat.
Shauls,ll3lnixkMs, Flannels, Lindseys, he.,
great bargains. , = .
QA§SIN imrs t &,.., „very _tow.
isnotiMit Let, Lower than ever suld itt Carlisle.
Alas : Tickinos, r.
Canton Flannels, -
at the V •ry lowest pi is e.
best make UALIWES, at 12 ets..
As my k has beet butight.taiine the great de
ellue to prices. gloat bar-galla may be expecied.- Souls
articles less Mad cunt to reduce tuy stuck astani as
No 47, Wegtkttin Street.
LADIES' MISSES and CLULDItEN%3 Enoto and
Rhnea, of tho vary bast tnalcus, at cost Preroto not Ulu
• T 11" B
OR CHICKEN POWDERS. •
A CERTAIN CURE FOIL
GAPES IN CHICKENS AND TURKEYS.
Will prevent and Cure Chicken Cholera,
and other Disease common to Poultry,
and will promote an increase of Pat.
FULL DIRECTIONS ACCOMPANY EACH PACK AG N.
PRICE 25 CENTS
The annexed aro a few of tho certificates wo have
received In proof oftho groat value - and liflichey of the
Poulterers' Friend :
CARROLLTON, gALTINORE COUNTY, Mn., Doc., 16,1867.:
• Messrs.Clottoorehy Co.
()VITAMIN :—I have uteri you; "Poulterers' Friend"
upon a brood of young chickens that had the gapes,-
ndAtulappy to say, that by the use of a few doses
th-y were entirely cured. It will certainly eurTfilli
galled 'when used according to directions. •
• . Yours, as.. OEO. LINEMAN.
LEETOWN,W, VA., April 7th, 1868.
Messrs. Clotteorthy 'et , Pi.
Clean have boon gelling your "Poulterers )
Friend'• for the last few months, for the clue.of
Chicken Ohplera, and In every lustaue ' where It. aa
been used, the disease was arrested at once. It Is
the greateat Medicine made. It is in. gi eat demand,
and I am selling:lt rapidly.
It certainly accompllsima all that you claim for it.
• Yours, to. JONAH T. TitUr9L'LL.
SLIAPIIIIIDATOWN, W. VA. A p ril 10th, 1808
Clottoorilty Co: •
My young chickens were dying very fast this Sprlug
with 4ho Gapes, and' hearing of your Poulterers'
Aloud, I purchased a package from Jos. M. btone.
Maker, Shophardstown, and It acted like a charm.
The Gapes soonUssappertivri. and my chickens have
become healthy cud thrifty; 1 ran recourmend the
Poulterers' Priemd to all , . .
• " Respectfully, ,
811EMERD0TOWN, W. NA.,idarch 28d, 1808.
4kars. Clotwortki & Co,
WiNTS:—Havittglost a aren't many fowls, during
the early Spring,with•Thicken Cholera," I was in
duced by Mr. los. M. dtonebraker, of Sh&-berdatown,
.Va., to try a_paper of, your 'Poulterers' Friend,"
which I did; and I bad only - nand - three - Mtes - when
the dleemo disappeared, and I have not lost a fowl
since. I can must safely recommend It to do what IL,
says, if the directions are followed. For sal, _by - ail
country Merchants. - CHRISTIAN ithTY.
CLOTWORTUY k CO., Wholesale Druggists,,
No. 3.39 West IlnMinoru Street„
Altioe - $2;00-per. Dozert,gfi,the TFado.
A Llber,nl 1)Iscouot Allowed; when Purchaitod Iu
Bo ware eta uy, I m Dail° n Norte .gon uln o except that
Manufacturad by Clotworthy
All.Btonebrakertt preparationaler Salo' - by - Wash ,
Mond A Bros., Woos Alain St., Carlisle Pa, - '
,29way 4m. - • . -
THE COMING CONFLIC7I
, We giro greater Inducements. to Agents tbau any
ether House In the trade. Ladles and Gents, get up
Clubs in our grout
ONE D 01. 4 L R SALE
of 'Dry Goode; •Panoy_ Goods,.Silver
Ware, Plated Ware, &o. , •
Thousands can testify'an to the - superior qUellty and
the largo remuneration received Or selling our geode.
We will prevent to Any person; (free of 'expenie,) eend
ing,us 4i oluh, goods wor ii $3 to $3OO, or
r ‘vill pAy yeah
Lil oode sold at an uniform price of ozra DOL-
R' for each article. . •
We hav e made spacial arreugeinonts with the
butted O.SIIPNT.O. The COr r WANY, to supply , 'their
standard Teas add-Co goes -at their host Prices. •
, 'Agonta wanted everywbere.l Disehlplita cireulore
wlllioUlantfree, - Oti application.
LETTS & Agont,.l, ('
;• ,ps a6O Redeye] Street,.ppeton Mee, -.
.. . . . ..
EXEOUTO.4% NOTICE. - -j , ' .. •
Letters l'estirilertery on the estate, of Daniel
°Elderly, i dee'd.,.late of Dickinson township, having
thin day been Issued to,the subscriber omitting In
SouthMiddleton^ townallp:, Notice- in boredy given
to all peptone Indebted toaald_estale..to Make Jaime•
diets payment, and to all persona having claims
IsgahtSt it to present them Ibr settlement. • ' '
... •. . JOSEPH DAHER.' . •
• ' -
201a47 4 34
Letters TeeMuieutary incites this day -boon
Issued on-. the estate .of Jacob, Rife, late k of East
Penneboro township, this county,.. to tho eubScrlbor
reeldlog tn , Duncannon, - Perry county. • Noticq is
hereby given to all personiindebted to. said estate,
to make Immediate payment, and to all those heying
claims, against it to present them to
- . DANIEL lurk '
600 E S
OF THE -
Are now finishedmnd in oparation. Sixty miles of
track has bode laid tale spring, and the work along
the whole lino between the 4tlantio and , Pacific
States is being,puered forward more rapidly than
over hothro. Moro than twenty thousand üb-n - ' aro
.employed, and it in flow possibto thaetheentire trook,
from Omaha to Sficramento, will bo finished In 111611
Instead of 1f,70. The Moans provided are utopia, and
all that energy. men and - monoymm' do to seem . ° tho
completion of this
GREAT NATIONAL WORK,
at the earliest possiblo day, octll be done. '
The UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD COMPANY receive
LEA GovernMent Grant of the right of way, and
all necessary timber and other materlaln found
along the line of its operations. '
' ll.—e( Government Grant of 11,800 scree of land
to the milo, taken in alternate sections on each
aide of Its road. Thin le an absolute donntion;.
and will bun source of large ravenue in the future
Government ONunt of United Stares Thirty.
y car Bonds, amounting to 5111,010 to 045,000 per
' mile occur,' hug to the difficulties to be our
. mounted on the various sections to be built. The
Government_ takes a /mound In rtga-to as security,
and it In °spooled that not only the Interest, but
the principal amount may Nu paid In service rein
deredby Lb° Company* in transporting troops,
paid in thin way, besides securing a great-saving
In time and money to the Government.
IV.—A Government Grant of ti's right-to issue its
own FIRST MORTGAGE BONDS, torrid in building
the road, to the Cam amount as the U. S, Bounds,
Issued for the saute purpose, and no more. Tho
GOVERNMENT Psalm'. the Tru, tees of , the First
• Mortgage Bondholders to deliver the Bonds to the
Company only an the road Isvoinplet e, and after
it has been examined by the United States Com
missioners and pronounced to be in all respects
a first-class Railroad, with a, heavy Trail,
and completely supplied with depute,' , editions,
turnouts, carehop§, locomotiVes,.cars,./ce.,
V.—A Capital Stock Subscription. from the stock
holders, of which over Eight Dollars have
been paid la upon the work' already dune, and
which will be increasiud.as the wants of the corn
. party require. - -
Vl.—Not Cash Earnings mitts Way Busiumul, that
already amount to MORE THAN TIIE INTEREST 012 tins
First Mortgage Bonds. Theim earnings aro no
• indication of the vast through - traffic ttiatcroust
• follow the opening of the lines to the Pacific, but
they, certainly prove that
FIRST MORTGAGE BONDS
upon such a property, costing nearly three times their
kre Secure beyond any Contingency.
The Company have abundant means in their trea
sury, and make no appeal to the public to purchano
their lionds,us the daily subecriptious are entirely
satisiac!ory; hilt - ray 'submit that, for entire security
and liberal rur 9, there is certainly no batter in.
vestmentln the arkot.
-The Union Bacille Bondi run thirty years, are fcr
$l,OOO each,-and havo.coupons attached. -They bear
annual interest, payable on the first days of January
and July at the Company's Cllice , it,the-Clty.of—Otew
York, et the rate of six per cent. in gold. The prin
cipal is payable in gold at maturity. The price is
102, and at thO present' rate of gold, they pay 0.14-
m-el Income on their cost.
The Company believe that ,these Benda, at the pro
r.tte. are the cheapest security in she market, and
reserve.the right' to_advance the priee at auji time.
Subset-11,0one will-Ito-received in Now York
Perth., subecrlbitig will remit the par value of the
bonds mid tau accrued totereat in currency at' the
rate at xix per cont. per annum, from the date on
which the dist coupon was paid. Subscriptions will
be received in-Carlisle by-
4. L. SPONSLER,
At the Cosedany'e (Mee, No. ^_o Nassau Street,
Jolla J. C , SCD s Bun, Veneers No 68 W .11 St.
And by the Company's e,typithell s agetalb timiughoul
11r)ttillances - shinthi - k-madd in dr.efl,e or other:
par in Neill lark, and the !Pots toll be scut lice or
charmr by return r.rprres Partir.s. subscribing. through
lowa agents, will look to them for their oafs delirerg:
A P 011'11LP:1' AND DAP 1.011. 1 , t43 hill Just been
by tliu Company. giving
Oran ho.puot.lb - o In ail ail vertbannunt, reapecilim the
tl unit the Ituv.lull`l'X Af the Cliiififtry
fru verueil by rim' Pond, Ole Meting Our CilOttiletioll,
OLIO Ills ‘ll.lllO of filo fouls, which will be Oust true
011 apt...D.l(in at the Company's °ilk° or to any -01
the 1.1 a outs.
.10tIN J. Cli.`,Ei, Trunqurer, Now Yorlc.
1807. • SPRING., 1867.
NOW OPENINO Ix
DRESS GOODS, -
• WHITE GOODS,
• NOTIONS; AC
RING'S NEW STORE,
No. 55 WEST M AIN STREET.
Opposite tlto Mansion Ilouto, next to Post Office.
Tincture of Roots 2
WILL EFFECTUALLY CURE
iilyspepiila or Indigestion, Disordered: Stininich slid
`Liver, Costiveness, Impurity hf the Blood, Head.
ache, Vortigooraiddiness, N,.rvous
Fever and Ague, Incubus or Melitioare,
General Debility, Cramp,
Pains in—the—Back_and Seto. "
This is note now Medicine; the receipt for - inlticing
it was I rought from Germany to Baltimore, Md.,
over fifty years ago by Mr. Kloin,,who introduced It
among a few of his German friends and neighbors,
who, finding it to be an, invaluable remedy of ,the
above disease44;tecommended it to others, until It
became; and still continues, to be, the -household
Thu .13Ittor Tincture of Roots 'is composed of the
juics of a number of the moot valuable rooto,and
seeds known to the medical faculty, with a sutlici•
ency of pure old rye whiskey to make one. of the
most °Nettled Took Tinctures over offered - to the
public. livery person should uso It every eSpring
Sumiher and Fall to pUrify the blood,' give two to
the stomach and inyigorato the systent.
• 'TESTI - MONIALS..
rrh., Rev:Geo. Hunter says:-
Ido licireby mistily that laving used ono bottlo of
Sherk's Bitter Tinetut:o of Roots, I have found. it
-inraltiable for the. stomach end bowels. It releived
sae of pains, nausea and costiveness and created an
Oxcellent appetite. I .confldently. recommend it to
all as a reliable medicine. , 0110. HUNTER.
Jan. 27th 1,68.
llavlng boon laiet6d.f, r srone time with dyspepsia,
costiveness, loss of appetite, and goneMl protratiOn
of the system, I need 6horlt's Bitter Tineturo of Roots,
and In a abort time found myself entirely relieved,
and my health restored. - .1. S.
No. '2l, North llenover Et., Carlittle.
• I hereby certify thud the Medicine, known as
Shark's Hitter Tincture of hoots, ha, to my know!.
..edge,oured crstiverass, nightmare, boss. otuppotito
and general' dobility. J. W. Willi. HY;
hool3, North Ilanovor.Sl., Carlisle. ,
afilicted•with costi v eness fur a lon g
time, I tried Shork's Bitter Tincture of Roots, and
have limed it highly efficiunt,rellaving - lne in a short
time. Try hand ydu had - it good. . .
A: IV. BUNTZ,
• No. 27, South llanovor St.,
"-- 11;i3lioInInunerof 1866'iny bealth-r.falled : o that
my whole system was prostiated as if worn — out -so,
that I was unfit fur busthess. '1 uoed Shark's - Ilittor
Tincture of Roots for room time, and was complotoly
rmlored to health. I believe this millet. will do
all that is claimed for It. - - - BASII/EriIIOODYNAIc.
been afflictud a long time with nervous
debility and Indigo:Atop. I used Short's - .Ater
Tinetnru ut Bouts, and have found It exceedingly
beneficial, cud rocomminid it to ult . ns n rellahlu
medicino. • Mrs. E. It
Thom in more medical virtue in ono of those loot.
;flea than - in - a - gallon - of - many of - tlninittefe n 11,141111,
lords now olferod to thb ptlblle, •
- •A.-SOII;AU3L A &_CO.,
No -85, South Ilanove . o Street Carlisle Pa.-
Alpo For Salo by Druggi,Pis and Coun.
P 'N. : - 'IT ICI' 0R•
Citrus Neiitalirla,'fouthaelle and pal.' in the stom
achs andhowels In ten mlnu• us. It novor falls to
btu pains in the b •:ek and lamo bac:li,• It Is ths
be,,/ ass lor Ithouinatldui, Sprains Cholera, Ito'r•
to, its. Sommer Complaints. .- ,
. Thu Pa Victor is - Natur e' s Chire,,gathered from the
yugotablo kingdom, not a fillnural io sou.: It should
he In usury house--a sury and duttsin help in time
Tho citizens of Corti/110 that have used it testify
as-follows :.• I have hilon subject for thu, lest fifteen
yours to ati salts of rhsumatisin and Janie bacil which
Or the last two yours hati-becoino au sev,ito at' times
that I.as ontliuly disahludlyr huslooss, I used your,
Dr. Ruck's 'Vain yloter this spring, and part -of Ono
bottlollarentiteli cured mu,. I rdcommund it with
conildoucu to othsrs. ' JACUII,nttItTIN,
- • • No. ilsriovor Street, Carlislo.••
I Lave used your Paln Victor for'iroaltnese in my
bark; and Intro found u ported urolit a short time.
I bollovatt. to be nit liffalliblo cure. . ' • •
JOHN R. PILICAY.
'1 ho Rue. Ed A. Brady, • Agont . says: I
•haro ueod your Dr.. In my family,
mid found Itu sure and 'quick euro for Nourolgia and
Toothache. • „ • E. A. BRADY.
It cured we efleatually of Naurulgln and • Tooth
:ash°, • : . , • 2QIISI U. LANDIS.
,Ur. Rock's.Pfilit Victor Mr ured :us. of Blieumatic
and:Neuralgia. , • C
s:LOUISA SRIBBIN m
We cheerfully recommend - yddrvralri , Vietiii us uu
Invaluable remedy for, headache. • • •
WM. It. BUTLER. •
- • ' JOUR J. FALLER.
Dade and milli by. A. Pelniubla & Co., N 0.86, South
Hanover Street, Carlisle,, Pe. Whore every person
Minded with Neuralgia, Toothache,. Ileliduseho and
pains In the Stomach le ..ltivitoil . tieitll oured
In ton ceinutes,.free of charge.
For sale by Druggists soil ill country stores:*
Fancr dOh(3\ here,
,0 .* t icqz o ,
Zc.TABLe 4 7 40- v 044
At i ei - 0 47 - 1 P): 17, 3 Ci Aem :ftto,
T O llb rie s (A A C t .c 3) ' 44°
Itt cc ritt
41w tjujj - 10 1 E nn orr ANTO 'ow
Vi t tict7 '
c 4, h k e4Lotoso (v 4,y
.`iroi l x‘A"c' 4,
4, ? , 646 0
IS THE MIRACLE OF THE
Gyrry-lloiticied People have their
locks restored by it to the dark, lustrous,
silken tresses of youth, and are happy! • "
Young People, with light, faded or red j-lair,
have these unfashionable colors changed to
a beautiful auburn, and rejoice!
People whose heads are covered with
Dan drvff atul — lhorrarsnsc — it7 — and — hal
clean coats and clear and healthy scalps!
their remaining locks tightened,' and the
bare spots covered with a luxuriant growth
of Hair, - and dancefor joy
Young Gentlemen use it because it is
Young 'Ladies use it because it keeps
their Hair in placel-
Everybody must and will use it, because
it, 18 the cleanest- and -best article in the
r-For Sale. by Druggists generally.
9 - IAR FARMER'S BANK, OF CAR,
Recently organised, has boon opened, for transaction of
a general banking business, in the corner room of It.
Given's new building, on the North West corner of
High street and the Centro Square. •
The' Directors hope by liberal and careful manage
ment tumake this a popular institution, and a safe
despealtorireVall who may favor the hank with their
Deposits rocelved.and pa id back on demand, inter
est allowed on special deposits; Gold, Silver, Treasury
Notes and Government Bends, bought and sold.
Collections made on all accessible points in the
cruntry. Discount .14, Tuesday. Ranking" hours
from 9 o'clock A. hi. to 3 o'clock.P. M.
.1.0. ROBBER, (testier.
R;Given, -- Prealdant, -
- rhomaa Paxtnii, David Goihes,
John W. Craighead, A. J. Berman,
2.7mandB tf. - Abraham Witmer,
IIEATING AND--VENTILATING IVAREIWUSE,
Nos. 1132 Si'll34 Market Street,
lilts an entirely new heater. It in constructed
as to at once command Itsell to general favor, being a
,cotubluatloo f wrought 'and rest. Iron. It Is very
nine pie In its eon ytrudtion. and he'inWleetly tor tight;
sell-clan sine, hnvluc so [duns or drums to ho takeu
out nod 'chained. It is no arrattged with upright
flues as to prod ore a larger amount of heat front the
yntno.weight of coal - than a ,y t ornate non , ' In use.'
I he hydrotoetic et,tI 4 ILIIMI o the nir us prodoo d t y
toy new artattgoinent or reap ration will at once 00-
.1.01.1811,A1e tildt. it in the only
that wll I product: by atipnaphorh • 1
am now mottling don sinus Off Ult t A,f LGo,.and four
Sporl l Htt,titinnls • till to lay NE V LIOLDEsf
EAIII.,F. CU/LINO RANU ES. as I real Hawn)] them
in nortriiia in uar t bat CZI II compare with therh, as
regards their durability., econoUiv and wilts
larparirsortntonts ort.triVikiwif Eire Pltre"
loses' hrginters and Ventilators. Send lOr 11/1111
2,500,000, Customers - in Four - Yoars
PAVRONIZE THE BEST
Having the largest capital, most OX parlour ad buyers,
and extensive trade of any concern Ix tho Dollar
Salo business, we
In every instance, and also the bent selection if
Goods ever olirred at
ONE DOLLAR EACH
No other concern has any show wherever our Agents
arc selling Our motto ',Prompt and delta bit."
Maio and Inman: agents wanted in city and country.
THE LADJ , ES' .
Aro particularly requosted to try our popular club
systein of-selling all kinds of DRY AND FANCY
GOODS, DRESS PATTERNS, COTTON CLOTH, CAS•
TORS, SILVER' PLATED -00000, WATCHES, Ac.
(Established 1864.) A potent pen fountain and a
- check describing an article to be sold for a dollar,
Wets; 20 for $l2; . 40 for 454 60 for $6; 100 for $10; sent
by mall. Free presents to getter up, (worth 00 per
cent more ?hail those gent by any other concern,) accord
ing to sin or, club. Send us a trial club, or If not
do not fail to send for a clrculai.
• N. B.—Our solo should not be classed with New
York dollarjowolry solos or bogus "Tea Companies,"
as It Is nothing of the sort.
EASTMAN A ICENDALL,
ADESIRABLE PROPERTY Ad'
PRIVATE SALE, •
In Clearspring, Washington County, Md.
The subscriber Intends changing his location in
business, offers his two-story
IllifOßT STORE AND DWELLING
Tho Store rlToUsAls 20 by 50 feat, tho Dwelling has
10 rooms with collar under the . whole house and
A part is coverod with Slut° and part Tin, with
.SPEING HOUSE, GOOD STBLING,
CARRIAGE HOUSE, GOOD LOT and all good FRUIT,
one of ; the hest locations lor, business in town.
'Persons buying the alm so properly can pet possess
ion by t h e Pith day of August or Ist - of September
Can also if thoy desiro.buy the Stock of aoods as I
will givEra good ilargain in them at cost, /to, Also
1 two-story ,
Brick.Houso.with 8 Rooms and'Half Lot,
with all good but Bulldings,'and water In the yard,
now occupied as a Confectlcinary Store, Also
A FRAME TWO-STORY SHOP.
Possession of the two last named properties will
ho given on the lot of April next. .trot 'further 10.
formation address, ' MutTIN MYERS.
2.2may2m. • Olearspring Md.
JG-11 D-0 RN E R
In Kramer's Building, near Rheoni's [Tall; Carllele~
Pa., ha , Just returned from the I:amain! Cities with
tpu largest and mast.
' COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF'
eit3Si mores •
• V °stings,
----- Gents'' Furnishing 'Goods, &e. ?
°Tor brought to earllNln.
______." His cloths comprise
. ENU.1.181.1, . :,::.• ' V l '' :.,
FRENCH, aq,k" , -
.. • 7011:410AN liiiiNUFAOTURERS,
o the flout tuxturo and of all Ahit d e a .-- --
Mr. Dotiur being hhorolfx proctlvat cutter of lops
mtpurlntloo hi prepared to Warrant purfert Zits, and
prompt flllom or ordorii. . ' • ... '
plum floods by tho - yard, or out to ,ordar:. Don't.
forgot tho piano. ,
lbtouy 6.1.tf... ~ •
-" A PP E T N G ,
mArnrids, OIL CLOTIIS,-.11U0S; ETO
WI;olosalo and natal!,
tf 87.Sdutli tideolni'St4.abpVe Chestnut,
N. li.--Curohosnro.will do 'well to . coll
ciOFlOOl, TAX FOR, '1868.--• • •
Ife Duplicate of &hoot Sunni for the Borough
of Darllslo, Is rent 'lithe hands vf tho Treasurer for
collodion. 110 Ice Is therefore given that the Treat
user wllloittond at the 'county Court House, (Coro
mlssioners Offlooo on • -
- • •• • ^
• . _hlei4sll the ; Slat of July yieNt . '
bob:kcal - AU hours of 0 and G &Chia of said day, for
the purpose of resolving said Taies, up b. *bleb
time ,an abaleniont of give per rant: will be maldo o.
All'taxos paid.. ,i'erannii WI Pay'Moir taie.
boforo th above data, can do so, by calling at th ,
°Moo optho Treasurer In Marlon Hall building.
J. W. EDT, Treasurer.
Q. ET.' photographs • at
r k,,t ma , g .. -premiu m , Photograph' , Pain ,
• aln. Sirelt. , . '
1868. su4M E R. 1868.
A mattalflcoot otocic of ;mit 00300 now on ax.
Gi•eenfteld, at NO; 4 East Main,. St.,
Having determined to keep a much larger stock
of Dress Goods than heretofore, lam now pre.
'pared to exhiblt one- of the most, beautiful stock
of goods, entwining of all the latest novelties of the
season for ladleA sults, and also all the thin lab , ire
NO OLD SHOPKEEPERS ON HAND
Every thing in our Dress Good department will t
found• of the intent Itnpvtation of our purrhasea
last weok, we know we have some bargains that can
not he found olsowhue,
_, • •
The now and desirable shades of PRATO. and 818 •
lIA-RIC ALPACAS onli , lo coots.
The BEST a&ortment of
In town from $1,75 to 4,60 per yd
A groat Imrenin 'n ess tt'nrL DELAINES, BLAOX
A go 0,1 nsnorbreut of
- WHITE CASIIS.I.ERES,
Funeral orders promptly land satisfactorlyZfllled
A well selected stock of
bought very cheep, will be cold at popular. prim.
Bleached and Unbleached illuslincr
from the lowest grade to the finest New: York min.
Ineludinkt all the bust oaken.
HICKORY ST I P 1,;:i
ad at prieen that dofy competition
WHI•TN 0 0 D'S ,
Cambrics, plod and plain Swiaran.
1u gro~ t co le ra le t t e lr, nll elFs of the heel Ilogllnh Good-
BARGAINS IN SHADES
BARGAINS IN SACKING CLOTHS
A largo assortment o . f . giades
CLOTHS and• CASSIMEHES'
At tho lowest market rates, In foot many of them
cheaper thou before the rva
IR.),i,NH CH CORSETS * CHEAP
Tlie best sailing Kill Olovo In town 'selling at $1.28
It now lot of, 1100 P ElClRTS,dlroetfroul the mono
fps turn nt h bargain. ' , •
FLOOR .OIL CLOTAg '
TABLE OIL pLpTus,
I soh is an examination 'Ot my stock. Buyers
will be astonished at therilffereure of prices betwella
thin and other estaltilahutaila claming to sell cheaper__
L. T. GREENFIELD
BAST MAIN STREET
A full-line of
Macs, &c., &c
TAWS CLOI 11,
S iks alwa^g on hand
Striped Musll ns,
STAIR' 91L OLOTHS,