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DAY , GOODS:
GRAND OPENING OF
DRY . GOODS - S7'ORE
, - Black and Colored Dress alibi,
Mack and Fancy Colored 'Grenadine.,
Mohair Foplinsr all colors,
French Pere ilea
Lawns, ol9ghatna,Drllll4itS, mank - oUier,iinsda
bought at a gnat decline In prl rem,-and will I.
gold very cheap..
of every description eV . quitlity for Drones end
HETLAIID WOOL SHAWLS,
MAACK LACE SLIAIVLS
HEAL LAMA LAOS POINTY
PAILABOLd, ALL W1.0,.d
In great variety, suet, as
Ribbons, Fringes, Laces, Ginips,
_ * _
Cords, Buttons; Frogs, ff-e
IV Clo "I" X Co INT Si -
Our Notion Depaltruent_easinuz i.e .urpaeo.ed
variety and quality in the r.,naly.
Fans of all kinds
9 , 4 - 13DierqatilaWSktinges; - elitliiilf bier; 847311 a - k
Grenadines for Dresses and Shawls. Bombazines,
Tandem Cloth, Deirdre's, Jaconst LAW.. Ging
Cloth. and Cassimeres, to close eta for the nrseen,
we will sell at greatly reduced prices
The very beet Dark Calicoes rely 12 1-2 crate
full yard wide Idtudin only 121-2: and a!lgrades nod
description - of Domestic (bode em low in proportion.
-Oil Cloths, all ro-i.clths, -
Please give we an early call and satisfy 'measly. .
that we hay. the most deslrublu and comp! t
stock, of all grades, uf Dry (roods that is to b
found this side of the kastern Cities.
LEIDIGH Sc MILLER
SOOT' MAST OWNER OF 'MARKET SQViRE.
702113 , 69
Slimmer Dress' Goods
"333' . ` 11X-V10"
DRY GOODS STORE,
ON 'MONDAY, MAY ;let 1869,
SILK FIGURED GRENADINES,
(The balance of nn Importation)
At 37 1-2 Cents per Yards,
out to import
Theee Goode are seaeonable and Great Bargain.
J. W. PROCTOR & CO.
920 Chestnut Street,
.1. 4 1
Furniture of all varieties std htyles of Foreign
and Domestic manufacture; from the finest rosewood
and Mahogany to the lowest priced maple sad pine
• " Parlor,
Embracing every article used by House and note]
keepers, of he most approved and fardilertable design
and ti me(, Including also Cottage furniture In setts,
reception and Camp Chairs. Muftrasses, Gilt fnnes,
pictures, dc., to.
kErPartioular &dentine given as tunal to funerals
orderi from town and country, attented to promptly
and on moderate terms.
SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO THE DELEOTION,
OP WALL PAPER. "
vve are now rilealvin a largo .10 , 3 , IDr Spring Salea r
. LOW FOR CASK..
• LEEDOM. & SHAIII4
, No. !l0 ARCH STREET;
M VALLUN'T Y
4 Thing 9faikatigi f , !!4 . .70. V Werevet,
c 'The aubscriber riapectfullp informs the Ladles of
Carlisle god vicinity Oat, rise toothed Prom Om
Eutaw , Okla lateit •AND SUM WEE'
STYLES, aid hi now prepared to caseate all entails
with neatness and dispatch, ,
BOinTETS.c ?: ( 4 1.130 9 4 1 T 8 ,1 AG
made andlA~~hSs3diße-' nWle ; Dian+at
n ititro b nis . , larittid Artificial flown sly
/WV *- • /I ",a, 014515,10..
~~c~,~Eo a~s~ t.
IFT.YOTIIVANT TO SEE THE
.ferkaittimou eroirm ofeso
• WNI FILIDLE
irtia Tatar mt
• •,• d • •
lialiert'a Multistate •
GREAT A.IBERICAA BASE BURNER
fin opentlob: It
Radiator, as wen ass perfect Tautilatcr of the roust
and to warranted to. COD/111110 lent coaibbtut any
other Stars of the lePlas,ld.b .ll .TßlSPlldr th e
public, requiring but one oidituuy mutt o
coal.cma au trantrelglit boars, bidng perfectly
'Ample in all italrerltlar, haring a Dimple tilde to
regulate the ere for keiploght night; ouilkindling
of Ere being all that fa required during thaw In ter.
fi'o dust. as Rae. no .I.Z.Yr
0 : 5
r. . 4 - 2
John Para, Astae I.llller:iDr..P. B. Maier;
Inge Porter David Miller,—..lo. Delenry,
D. Hoffer, D Holston, P. Hier, •
Col. WLlThazson Men Ittognalt, Prot. eloper;" :
A. Elensenen, , Dr. Tenn, Johnson Moore,
J. T. Wpm, D. Iffittent, . C. Inhoff,
A.Coever, ' 3. Thompson, 7. Hortltolder„ ':
CAA. Brindle, Mrs. Gordon, J. Gorges,
Wllltaloson Bros. B. Stouffer, 11: fflatatter,
Turner, J. Stouffer, W.' Helangitiln
Homer, A. Leldlgh. ' P. Mumma,
Geo. Parenbansta!P. Iffontritz, lirs.H r onderlidl,
Abner 31111 m, P. P: Hauler( BLOT Hale, ' •'
And other. •
Get the beat COOK STOVE in the
Excelsior Penn or, Morning Light.
In addlslon to the ate..ve Stove FIUDLEY 'keeps
on hand a fall supply of the host Cook Parlor and
Tin and Sheet Iron work of alt rinds on band,
and Spouting, flooStig and Jobbinn" of all kind.
don• at rime, notice, dud of the best Material, Fruit
on., and Jars of the most approved patents, and'
to conclusion the best Portable and Brick Set
3F . r is 1:1140 e EA
re.r offered to the public. For regrinds call on
Dr. Cleof.te Neldigh, Henry Saxton.
F. C. Fleming,l Wm-Gordon,
Pne. P. Gardner, ' -
F. Watts, J. D. r oldish.
A. L Sponsler, J. Brosl•r; -
Qatar 6e ly
- NEW FURNtTITRE:
The auberrilxr haring' taken the entirelmb...a
nit • hie Own hand., ill continue to carry it On In
all its rations trader.... at the' old etand. .outh
eeut corner of Hanover and Loither dt•eets. '
He -detires-to -annetrucs to - the mitotic that -ba
bas now on hand and Is constantly manufacturing
and purchasing from thebeat eastern manufact urne,
the latest and best styles and patterns et b URN I
VIRE of all qualities-
Hi, Flock of .ready-tuailejrark' rim:ada in part of
WALNUT-4W IS, .•
• ' FLORAL D. H. FFEIDS,
IntESSING BUILEAI.76, t f all ft) lei and prices.
_Tete &Tates, Eoffts, Lounges. Cottage TrUn dies:Cot.
tage, Panel, -- Japanese. and Jenny Lind Etedetradn,
o,ttage Bunalus. Matble Top Tal.).-a and Stands,
Wasbxtands,of all ran r 1. iard.. naf
fed Furniture in anus • .• moth no
kuld. Mirrors of all nre Ind in-Wee
1-1 0 M E 31 A it ‘k - ; It K
8003 a. SM. it.
tare. t ban - , - .-r
-tr. to) We v..l .
CHM: L• • •11AP:.. 1
r L. ICALIILICI, s..rFsastr. ,
ELASTIC SPONGE CO.,
1111 Chestnut• :Street,
Cheaper than Feathers or fink,
Th. Lightest, Softest nod most Elastir and Dorn
We material kocoro. for
NattreEmea,Tillovra, Car; Carriage,
and 'Chair Cushions.
It indestructible, perfaitly glean and
Ikea freak Mot.
IT DOES NOT PACK AT ALL !
and ter the *la le unequalled. • .
If rolled i. any ay. MO he renn.ated qnlotea
and easier than any other Mattress
Special attention eyed to
Rallroad men are especially Invited to examine
the Cushion Sponge.
+3 ATWACTION GUARAN VIED.
THE TRADE fiIiPPLIAD
-- -- s
ixo i LEINMENT
PROPERTYAT PRIVATE SALE
The Oreat-Reid Quarterslhriii , kinds of, Army
Girds; Near and EeeoinLhand t and sold it • a tithe
of the' coat.
Wheel end Lead Team Harness, Ambedanee,Light
and Emmy. Express, Cart and Bow ,Illarn me,
bleCtellin and Officers' Saddle., Eddie., Collar.,
80b.., flatters, Purcingles, ete:, elec..
. T E 'N 'T
Hoolial, Wall and Wedge, with polei mad e ..
complete. Wagon Corm, AwningAr Backing Bob
toms and Bag.
3iIIATAItY CLOT HING},
Overcoats, Prock - Coats, Jackete,..fflonees, Pants
Army planktay. Heise Covers, Ply Sheets and
Note etc. etc. , -• •e ; .
The largeet and twat' Sreortments we hive ever
Send for dewriptlve Pdoo .I,lsts,Alont Qtfs on itp.
ellentflop. • ,
I. D. n.
Erni orders byrExprese. C. O.
LIBERAL DEDUCTIONS TO , WUOVESAI.E
P.1. 1 1 -1 3KIN & CO_
• , (ibraletly on front st , na!) .
71 IQ .' 2 d St., just belo' Arch At.,
PHILADELPHIA. PA. '•
Also 5 PARK PLACE brO4v York
3. BEETEM . Fs BROTHERS;
Forwarding & Conuirission ilerciants.
(4ondepsonl old oiatid'. ,
At tivilMi4 of gAlli
The Idgliut market price will be pad ibr
Grain And produce MAL landa..
.ocal of all kinds, embracing ' '
'LTHENB V A LLEY. •
lamebrtmere grid ibieleenlihit 08ia1 eotirenialikel
ode. Kept ander array.. and delivered dry' %oftly
=f thr:tlma; k !n 4 .7.`471'0r° 11 `
Do* ais' bind ifsd olds to stiariloitlk
corer illtniskOselliday fa.
• SUBSTITUTE NOB.
L 42 j •
- .7. ~ :BARDWAIZE;I- c',.'l:-;'.
M±JLER &• ;BQWEI S
26 10111 - 11A - NQVER
V; 3 -
.117'1F, would roiTebtftilly ailll ten
of the pnblii, to- oar rec'enlly riPlenish:
ed.8T0011: -. We have chrldhlly..kvelded purchasing .
during the fecent decllne;andnoW;that the market
has bared sidtied 1r . 6 hive filled up our shelves ant
are prepared to Offer spiecler Inditrementele all who
will favor us with a call:*. - ' ".'
brave totietantly an bawl ti FIILL-13TOOK
Ilamintred. Engliskßefiniq, and Nor
. waylß ON; Berdan's Born and
-Mule. Shoe ; ..Nornmy 1?0ds ;
together with a full stock of
$I tM ,,BLACKSMITH'S
e a : •
* emits Trill's. Bo Vireo, Rellowp, Itscph, Flies
We invite ell persons Intending to build. to own,
and take e look thruogh our stock. We have or
sltellaoLositerMasss4ieinte-011, srandlittlniMertel - ' I
this line marked down at the 'arrest OA 811 PRICKS.
%nd . feel assured that we can • offer special Induce
mute In this branch
HARRISBURG NAILB, ulwa}'a on hand
TA BL E. AN I)
. ...7 1111 P7 POCKET CUTLERY,
Of all loimeginitblo patterns. We keep on hand a fall
line of those goods and are alwaya shin to Milt the
taste of even the moat fastidious.
SADDLERY, r :::'
of ♦sop variety...lmbruing In part Rolf adJuatlng
dab Olg Trona, Plated Japanned u lid Wood flame',
Brow Bande,pirthlng. norm, Blankets,
Our fric ode will always fled us well supplied with
the best brandsof these grticles - and" - trendy to sell
them et the lowest prices. S are - constantly to re
ceipt of Points, thus oosblln ounielses to Rupply
our customers with fresh paints, colors of all dee !
criptions runtan tip on hand. -
' Cabinet 31.11:er, find Undortakorii: ,
, o! quid 111
ATIII,Cro , h-rat and , 'lr;-‘llnr•nu•.•titin I 111Axting
PowdorF. nt..l Seork run-,.t.
FA 11,M FiK S.
will do well to cull and exutoine our wince ot
Traces. itreuut Chuint, Tongue and Stay Chu'.
Jockey Chaim', .4prescla, Halter Chain, l't,w 'Noe
Shovels, Bpadex, Yorke, Hakes, Grain flags, hr,. bi
fore baying elsewhere. We are reugly.to ottor Peoria
Inducements In title line
Repairs for McCormick's Reaper
and Mower constantly on hand.
We are pole agents for the
BUFFALO SCALE WORKS
and are ready to supply Sealee warranted. and for
niched at lower prices Wiwi any other ...lee In the
We are constantly in receipt of goods direct from
the manufacturers and ate able to furnhh Country
Merchants at Philadelphia end New York prices.
alwaye on hand and at the lowest market rates,
flubs, Spokes, Pollees, Axles, Shafts, Duck, Drilling,
Damask, de., • - • '
t 00 ta delivered to all parts of the town
free of charge. -• .
Wilcox & Gibbs'
SE WING .1 IV E
r' We have Secured the Agencv . . of the Wilcox &
131bbs' Sewing liachloe, a little. family arrange. ,
'merit no one eeeme .willing •tn do without. after
Gibbs' is^ a- Single Thread Machine 1/ . 0 1 0/lima
superiority over all Double Thread Machines In the
folloWing particular. It is elmplar and lea liable
td-get /aut of repair. It Is cheaper:: It tune
with,lomuolse. It rune / essler.r It runs thater
It Ilse the but devise.. for • proven/ lug' the. wheel
kom:Mhnlng backward. It requires leas rnechaid:'
,ealabllllo operate; it, r', I-lt , yeti e Iron • lees time and.
inetreieti:m to learn DI use It. /it is the most
certain rid reliable in lb/operations. Ito needle
is straig h t and leas liable to ba broken than a
salved one ,The needle is secured in tits place by
an inge"ibusly patented device which 'renders It self
stuating so that neither skill nor experience are
'iu'ired In arranginglt. --It seven dliactly , froth' the
!MooPthpr doing away with the tedious operation
of rewlitding the 3hread ter adjust/lent In the.
shuttle.. It makes the Wilcox •& Gibbs' el "twisted
loaf/ Stitch," a stitch origlmi with this mai/blue
midi/Ude by no other, the soam • Ic • ' More' IlaStia .
oilitirmager. than the Leek , iitich:' •The'smira . lo - ,tlin.
'met irveurend ;Minting, .thesaam ,Is sly eiyi , ielD
.tlurtittieG thus avoiding • reversible feed. , 'ltar Oa:"
'Vil i moresimple Mid mere' sully. adjusted, it le
ilidife ti eedllyChangid from one, kind of work to
Mother, It ddeli"bamtiful embloidem , it Mullin
bpet hemmer, It hasthe beet tiller, it has the beet
• bra44lM, , it has the blist belt. The Nil ox & Gibbe
habNiti Id the .IW4 little morooleit "ix" ,
,duting uhlen time upwards of sixty khommod brky•,
,baeti.triaile and, "Ad, a unmhei by fifty. per. cut
larger thaar n enCen; mild,Fany,.Double Threed paw
, oblocl4 . .,titile balebt2 to. of its . earliest ,yeirs.
Am* saidceM a r 'sietli e apilt i t a t,hl, fige o. ::: it
rill ritta6;4l riff o idoghLinieol. T .'
• 14 -uhlt„. .to.T.'-Y,Veligil bllterieblvbfli__; l lge ,
? I t
rueirSh Ilanovar street, Carlisle, where they may De'
maistinediand they will:taker/teat plestore lis ex•••
planing anything.ielatin" 'to it. ~ • •, : , •;-:',/
""•“, nelriodtillir &e./11.1G ..0 •hi c• : ....
••••••.' • r ••• •,- I •-• , c . i' • , .,.31111.1.X114 1101,11411, ..
. ' i - ' 0107 1 sto; worth Itaskorer NI: ' ..•
• ' .10,14n09 '• ' . Corllalqa •
• - •
. I .II2SCALZA'NE6 US
L OOK' :OUT - , iDRYGO ODS ~' MEN;
.• , 1 bateltist iittirn 04 itOto thokiiptkih lity:l3priog
iltok,idtAlPLCuOatiulttlellll4 Oa ONA llttle.dulp ,
or thithrskoY:othq PI ghloo 1i04P50r. , ' t. 19 1 11. 4do
( p aper kerepAi gl tAy ispttiatici4..l , r uelllng, chewy
Goode or do: lArleb. to report ,to' clap trap to gull
the ust llo; • All I‘uli bt theta lif to gall And examine
for tletosolvos, gnat( not =tidied with tho.pticen.
not td buy: Betitomboi.thoutund „No. 32 North
Iltmoy*otioot., nextliodr to Dr: Mottoes, and Mil
lorA 'Bowen, liarawarcstore. ' '
• WM. A. MILES.
I will l!aj,ttathing about my third sad fourth
Do you want a Mee Hat or Cap P
,No. 2D, Weet Main kiteeet
Where can, be seeo the tnteet ..o r itiaeot or
vor brought too Carlisle. lie takes great pisasare In
inviting blenld Kiwi& and Onstiiinorn, and all new
ones, to ble spleaidid stock just received train New
York and Philadelphia, consisting in vart of fine •
. SILK AND CASSIMERE EATS,
Bedded an endless variety of Hata and, Caps of the
.latest etyle, all of which ho will sell at the Lowest
Cash Ptlces. Also,
.kkis own ntennfeeture of Hats al.
wayeoa hand, and .
Hats- :Manufactured to Order.
has the boot arrangemont for mlorlng Hateaud
all klnds of Woolen Goode, Oiercoete,./m., at the
shorte=r. notice (as he Colors every week) and on the
moot ronsoraible I orino. Also, a fine lot of choke
• TOBACCO AND CIGARS
Aiwgyß on band. Ile desire.: to call the attention o
persona who 6aeii
COUNTRY FURS '
yviyo thy highe,,t
Give him n r4ll. at the abovo.number, hie old
stand RP ho Prole conlidont of giving Vntlro eltisfsc.
T II 'E REAT
mn -- N
o Na, "
. o o
Tha7,INOARI ittrrErvs I. compounded from a
prescript'. of the celehtateu Egyptian physician
Wt. Clitzlrson, who. after yenta or trial and experi
ment, discovered the Zingarini Herb— the most re
markable vegetable production, the earth, perhaps,
hue over yielded—certainly the most "effective In
cure of disenss.• it, In combination with the other
valuable pmp..rtlns of witieb,the ZINC] till MITERS
In compro,d, viii einrc
Uy Fierp•dit, t'.••• et and Fpver, hole
Cold, litialehitio. Co n.onent lon in its lirxt
ptege, Inniuleney, Nerve. Debility, illdne le
Ithon etito, Dysentery;
Houle end .14hronle Dierhali. Chol
era. 11.nrbuy, Chniern, Typhoid
and Typhue Inver, Yell, w
;••er. SeriAtt In, Die.
elittS of the Kid
Iteetlas PRLVL.NTION and Anna of the above
Oases, It hap never been known to 1011, an thousand,
of our most DroulMOOt citizens throughout nil parte
of tho country, will toothy. Let rho sfillettiO
fir circular c••nteining lestirhonlals and certilicatar '
of thorn wh . bay., Leer cured after • heir canna Lase
been prop u,it.eo hope ire by our best
10. 6 N. Front St., Philadelphia,
let•ld It Melt!, el l'enneylveele
11On. Robert J. Fisher.
Hoe. Joel P. Denner.
WOCLAIM IP TO ALI,
1 WORLD THAT
TIIL NATI6N BITTERS
Hue cured mote CSF. of DYSPEPSIA, more eller], of
LIVER COMPLAINT,. more" C. 61 of NERVOUS
fiLADACLIE, FEVER ,t . AGUE, end more clone of .
DEBILITY, thou any abet' remedy before the
public in the same space of Ume.
IT 'PURIFIES THE BLOOD,
CALMS TUE' MIND,' RESTORES SLEEP, Is a.
Excellent Appotizor, and a general In•
vlgorator of the. Systeni.
WALTON A. 'LUG, Proprietors,
No..y, N Sei,nth St., Philadelphia.
Sold by Druggists, and Dealers genorally. •
Ogposize Pa. R. R., & Reading Depot
, 2oct 68.1 y.
N CONSD.:QUEN 040:W THE
dlettstrous fir.. which in Jenibey last destro•
ed their store and ip entente,
J. E. CAT.ipWELL & CO.
Have had made especially to their order In 'Europe
and,in America, an entirely
New Stock of Choice Goods,
Which Are now oponed,ind ready for examination.
VERY FINE lARIB MANTLE'I=OI'IE'
, znOvamont with the newt nlprovecoonts)
NEW SIDE ORNAMENTS TO MATCH,
, Intirely new
BRONZES, GROUPS Jr, FIGURES
, GORHAM HANUF'G CO'S
•• FINE ELEOTRO WARES.
BEST STERLING ,SILVER WARE,
z ' New deelime. „ .
WATCHES, JEWELRY; '&6., &a ,
A very fall aseortmenttat very
For the present at
'BIO CHESTNUT STREET
121hb (14 , 1 y.. •
18 zN. Tanovo Street, No. 18
XEW_IOR. , BRANCH.•
lIRABQUARTERS FOR BARGAINS:.
We would Inilte the epode' attention hf the
irons of Carlisle, and , Cumberland comity, to our
.well-eelected.atook of. Canary, .liloves, Notion',
,White Goodei.Linen end Fancy. Goode all of which
wa'a i re determined to run off•ataetonlehlng low
.'Glit/e'ne as earlioall and judge la'r l ionrealres,.
Zy(Sa ilanorer Street, Sipe's Fall.
If bO. don't Rill to call on
J: G., A LL,T, 0
HATS AND MIPS. •
A PI.BASANT BRVERACIE,
F. RAHTER & CO;
C 0 M Y, N TED UV
For pure water Use, neither bad
fisting wood, rusty trot', nor poison,
Charley. 111atehley'a Cele
brated Cucumber Pump;
'side of wild metimbeil
int" tastelen durable and re/fable
fhe good old.fashioued wooden
Pump, mlide by: machinery; and
lhereftie perfect and accurate In all
Its parts, raising on equal amount
of water, and coating latel.than,half
he money. Easily arranged so as
to be"' non-freezing, and in con.
ilruclion no eiroplu that • any one,
itin put 'it up and hoop It In re—
salt. , After.thorough trial it Is ac
tioowledged theater AND INIXADret.
Ear tiale'srui put 'up In the best
mauikor by --
S 0 .M.E.T G T - 0 B , UIT
THE TIME.AND SEASON - ,
AT THE , 1.
NEW -AND (3EiEAP64I STORE
. . _
Tgoni:AS A. HARPEIk.
CORNER - OP IteiNg*HlC: AND
-- Who le now prepared to exhibit •ao eletrant •and
ivol! assorted Stock of • '
At •Yeoedlagly low prleoel -
A 14 K E T S,,*
of all rotors and . The_ chonpent_litockin
sod • Moo •rtlrlo of Wslth Flannels. •
Land and Square, Painday and Thibet
vetvate.,,,N, Gold Mixod. Wa!,ll. and . 11.Ary
Slerinn Verts. rhlrtli and hhirro6‘, ter Ladles'
Mirson, Men'a rind Itnyn' wear.
A full hue or
Cloths and UrIP-S-1-tIIOI.OS
FANCY DRESS GOODS
In new on d Rich Designs
Many of the shore Owls selling oft' at at greatly
, litunidltA4Slrlc4fo6l - all the loading brawls nt,
Domestics and tIOUSE VURNISIITNO DRY DOODS,
at lees than regular prices.
BLRAOHEb & BROWN SFIERTIN
PILLOW CASE MUSLINS,PILLOW OASE LINENS,
'JAIME LINENS, NAPKINS AND DOYLIES. •
Towels and Towellings,
Marseilles Quilt and Table Covore, Nottingham
Lasee Curtin Motorist end
Fall lines of
W h I'l'F GO OAS, '
Etbreitiorieq, louse, ultd In.ortinas Uurogas
Hosiery and (Heves 1 , 11 great variety, an •ztro
aive Stork Al.
N 0 T . I 0 N S .
BA LMOItA AN iioop SKIRTS
FANCY WOOLEN GOODS
Fro WoVe, I.llp limo. and tho co .
Ladit.'s Cull. uuti Costar,. 'lltungtltehod
and EmbroldvnAl JJendo.drrhlofe.
SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS TO
fILOMAS A. HARPER,
Cor. of Hanover end Pomfret Ste
W. C. SAWYER & Co's
IXT C. SAWYER & OU., - tails
y y• th,tatont.loa . .athe - publie,to - their ito=r
suet.. Stock of-SA.I , •od vi ripod
1) K Y G I) y . ,
101.1.1 LESS CLOTHS, •
ALPACAS. kr, , kr
OA 13 E S I CARP E Ts!!
' I.INNN attil
in great variety.
0 I L CLOTH 6,
lIVG.i. e r, , 4r., which will be ...Id
I,Ol'llS AND SS I NI EI:ES,
li (1. 4 I ::
,1:u V Es,
110UHE Fl ItN ISHI N( GOoDS
ot over' kind t.t Itt otolont roltitttr•..
will make are, wiovillett ollet y tine n,tnurttuoot.
t.n.e noueinber [big Itirga Stock will ba cold,
and xi] Solt picas with a view t.r eloxing cot th.
All who wish °hoop DRESS GOODS.
All who wish chimp CARPETS.
All whO wish cheap HOUSE FURNISHING
All who - DRY GOODS of any ,kin
et ' W. SAWYER AOO'S.,
Ent Melo Street.
NOW OPENtkO IN
RING'S NEW STORE;
No. BO WERT BIAIN BTREET.
Opposite the Mansion House, nest to Past Office
J. REYNOLDS & SON,
N. IV. CORNER 18TH AND FILBERT
Pole Manufacturers of the Celebrated
WROUGHT-LION, AIR -TIGHT,
WITII 411 INT DUST BOREDN, •
. .ORLT&•DAR .RESTS, and
These Renters are mode of Ifeiivy Wrought Iron,
well flitted together',
damporn. the only sure pr
ailnat the *Mod
an yof Olin oi - Dust. They are
managed, without The Potent Ras
dieter avoids the use and annoyance of drifms, and
perinanimly ettaehed to the. Renter. -Thls le
the most di reblin simple r eneenondcal andlioaular
floating Apparatus ever offered for nide. They are
COOKING RANGES for Hotels - sod FAmllloo,
•PORTABLE ORATE 13, ' '
• ' , hATßooz.lizArzna,
LOW DOWN ORATES, /MATE MANTELS,
REGISTERS And VENTIGATORS.
• - - • • • • • • - •••
We are aim manufacturing •' •
NEW FLAT•TUP HEATING RANGE,
• *4- Peed for our tiluatratod
April 23,09-Iy. •
lUMBING, GAS AND STEAM
OBORGE It • POOTIi respectfully Inform:lL:the
citizens of Oarllsle and ylolqlty, that Its tiotallines
to carry'on the above busldbis .In all Its merlons
' Manche/1, in -the basement of Itheem's' Hall, In
Ohureh alloy. Where orders will be' 41.,anitfdlly' re- calved and promptly executed. ' ,
Orders /an et • the Flcruki :Mee
prOirtjet attention. ', OHO. NOOTB,
Dyspepsia; .Fever and. AgUe,'Aci
dry of, the Stomach, Loss of Appetite,
Nausea, Heart-burn, Jaundice, and all
diseases arising from a disordered state
of the Stomach: Liver or Intestines:'
' Prepared by — SEWARD, BENTLEY
& CHENEY Druggists, Bufado, •Sobil
by all Druggists?:
lei)r .Sale LJ (7-EO. B. ROFFMAN,
• Oroeer, Pomfret Street. • '
•Resto:es gray.' and faded Hair to its
ORIGINAL COLOR, removes Dandruff, •
CURES ALL DISEASES OF THE SCALP,
Prevents &armlets, and. makes the halt
grow Soft, Glossy and Luxuriant.
.$ l .OO and $1,61.p0r Botai.Eddi Batt. ins Nost Papir„lor.
- Prepared by SEWAItD , BENTLEY
ACH ENRYiEruggists, BntChlo, NrY. Sold
by all Dragglhos. _
Far' Sale by ol,'o. B. HOFFMAN
A Safe and Speady Cure for Cofigha,Colde,
Asthma , ffronchitis, - l - foaiseness Croup,
Influenza, Whooping Cough, Incipient,
Cdnsumption, and • all Diseases- of the
Throat and Lungs. Don't neglect a
se,- , re Cough, or throW away . money on a
PRICE FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE
Prepared by SEWARD, BENTLEY
.L CHENEY, Druggists, Buffalo, N.Y. Bold
by all Dynaglatv,
(hoot.. Pentfr,t Street
‘Z ?JUNG G OODS.-
harrojupt roturnml from the elt7 wlth a vary
htrgoirotl orploodirt mrorttuont T•onsonnole goods,
which tvomro Honing off rophlly ait LOWER I'ItICI
THAN Tug Lt)\% ES oor Ftor l / 4 nt
I) HA!: S S t; S
-.la-very- d enmp let a: the atYhoe are unaorpx
ed. Nn h.o splendid
• DIMA IN Kg, A.I.PA2A:-.
and 1.11,12,5 , now slyl Goods, U AMS, CALICOEF
HOS I KRA'. C44,QYES, Rrl3l3'llXS
TIC 1(1M-18, , • ' .
. MUSLI NS
.911 A ' WLS,
FLA SN F,I, all grade.
CLOTHS, CASSIA' Eit ES,
• C0M.11.10., 340 tl• litryeid stark of kiln
wort: and 9'nit...v.4x in tho
°kin l',T • , OIL CLOTHS,
\tATTINti, r,1.115 , II I,IYUr , t: 11CI': (II IS or
l'otton.'Llnen hogt too rt. It lir CA lIPETS
aro I,t• Ilrr nltn.q. I.t 'atallin
nt the great .1...
Thin Muck tit iora I.!. largo. well oburc,d,
nd will be nok .c. ro,lueral Orlen•. It to tint
riee.•ary to till vtou.ic. eiciiiiiiirotiou of •tur •
iiiceki ilia We I ovite nii to rara tor thern
metre,. whl.h xo tll lot. natl.!) , thrall licit his
In the piece lo -Ira for profit theocrat,.
hootiS BENTZ &
F`INE CLOTIE LNG TO ORDER
AND READY MADE.
No: 22, NORTH HANOVER ST
1 tor Ita the attention of my old cmdemere and
the public at len e to my Large and itrllllunt dtmk
or SUMMER. GOODS for flan, Youths' and Buys' wear.
My Custom Department comprises the finest, and
most select of Clothe and eselmers, while my
ready made Clothing 1p carefully and moot tastefully
1807 cannot and will uot be undersold.
No. 22, North llenarer at., Carlisle.
N li. SI C ! gelling the Florence Sewing hleehluee.
lIE.NRY BOWER, Chemist,
WARRANTID FREE FROM ADOLTRUATION
•Thfl manure contains all the elements to pro
duce large crops (Atilt kinds, and Is highly recom
mended by all who use, it, AiSO by distinguished
chemists who Lave, by analysis, &wed Its qualities
Packed in Bag of 200 los. each
DIXON,STIARPLEAS & CO.,
119.13nuth Water 4‘ 40 South Delaware Avenue,
And by dealers generally th rouhout the country.
For In formation, address Henry Bower, Phil'a: .
TO THE WORKING CLASS.-
I am now prepared to Ihrrilab all clones with
constant employment at their homes, the whole of
the time, or tor the spare momenta., BUnitlool. new;
light and profitable. Fifty cents t. ' s per even'ing,.
le sadly earned by persons of either sex, and the
boys and girls earn nearly as much as men.. Onset ,
inducements are offered those
,who will devote their;
whole time to the bestows§ ; and that every her
eon who leer this notice, and, may sonduto their
address and MA the.buslnase for themeelreari-make
the followlog unparalleled offer To all who ate not
actidled with the bushiega, I will sand $1 to yap for
the trouble of writing Mo. Full particulars, Pivot
tione, de , Bent free. temple sent by mall for 10 ate
Addrostellt- O. ALLEN, Aupsta,;3lo.
Apl 2.3 w
Nora .11Wliaiir Street, Carlisle;
' W. E. KARNS, PhOrIiIETOR.'
HAVING ' .estriloliebed mytielf in
jul this well•known eud popular ROT L; I most
respectfully Follolt the patronagwor the Old coats
mere of - the Ihmeo, and all others who what to ro•
Calve 'good accommodetlone and attoptlog.
SI-DON'T FORGET MIR OLD STAND. ais
24rit.7 W. B.!RARNfi.
...L L. T. R E •
LIVERY AND tiIALD STABLE.
Between Hanover and 'Bedford Streets,. In. rear
of the Hormel! lI use. l .
CARLISLE P N N A.,
, • flevlniftltted up . the Stable with ; New berVlagea
qt I a* prepared-tw ftumbh trist•ele.W tyvn-odiji
At renso?mblo,Wdef., entitiesigkels 20 , citt4 'prom The
c rb Ecr,"(l.;,,DoBll'lB is ;no plaoo to go
;Er tile m
WWI° ut edisr. .4 40,0' M i !a4
11 0, 41 .
1 41 . •
THE SINGER MANUFACTURING CO'S NEW
FAMILY MACHINE.—No other family dewing
, Machine bait go'riipidly won favor in thithonliehold.
The very large /12188 of that popular' faiidtine ha
shown by official returns, far exceed thosti df any ,
other company, and this Diet or result has been
owing to its roll merits—hence Ito great and grow
ing popularity. It irsimple in construction. easily
unde.slood, easily operated '
all its iamb gliding
smoothly and noiselessly along—not liable •to get
out of ardor, bee capacity for a great range and va
riety of work. cowing all binds of cloth lad with
all kinds of thread and with the numerous attach
ments for hemming, cording, tucking, quilting.,
trimrning„binding, braiding, de., and embroider.,
leg of many Ingenious, tasteful and difficult do.
Bigot, is the mostnerfoct of all family sewing ma'
,chines. Any one who will take the trouble to en'
*mine the merits of the difforent machines claim-.
Jog attention, can Boon discover whether we claim
boo much fcr aura. It would avid' as nothing to
,make the above assertions if w• wore not ready to
prove them, ono till we ask Is a trial, for obsertii:
Mon alone can justly convey a clear linprefsion of
he Many kinds of work of which our NOW PAttlll.7
ILIAOIIINB 18 capable.
THE FOLDING OASES,
Which open with spacious tables to sustain the
work, an.lwhich fold iota tables or boson to .pro,
tort the machines. when riot in use, from dust and
meddlesome Angers are made from choice woods,
embellished by pleasing designs, thus milting our
new family machine not only an ornamental
piece of furniture, but in some of the - more ale
orately finished machines, a stases' of real art. „
. . .
Of our DOW family Maehinen, above referred to, are
not only numeroop, but highly ilieful for the pm.
pone for which they were intended. They need only
a trial to ehow-their greet value.. Among the most
recent of the Attachment's is the
Of the different attachments of our now family
machine which" have savored the attenikin and
approval of our customers that for embroidering,
like the Hemmer is one of the few instruments
which will 'most please and satiety the observer of
Its reel value. It Is so simple in structure, that
any ono who ran sew on our machine can use it.
or etaened froth the maehlue in an Instant.
Without a lengthy description, and even then, It'
would be difficult to describe the great variety of
work that this little instrument will do. The
readeifmtuit-rat suppose -that what we speak of ie . -
a mere chain stitch operation, which is sometime,
humorously termed embioldery. ItAlesired, three
colors of any kind of thread may he used at any one
time, an_ the colon, or 'thee.td disc lie changed-at
the will of the operator, by removing the spools In
use and putting others in their stead; thus as
many or as few colors may be used on the operator
wishes, in the embroidering of any garment. A
great variety of results ere produced by the man.
nor In which the tensions ore regulated. Different
termite may he produced while the trinchine is In
motion - b; simply changing the tensions. _ Results
vary according to the length at htitehes,
colors and tensions of the threads. as well A. aloes
of the needles used. The' Embroiderer will use
env kind of th end. The nee 01 zephyr worste 1.
for certain purposes gives very pleasing results. In
order to get ejUst Ides of this rain /title attachment
it will be necessary to see it hi nperoticfn. .
NIANUFACTUItINO :11A0111NhS —We would ask
attention to our npw ron.hole Machine, which
Is the onll prditical Butlon-bole machine claiming
public attention. Our manufacturing machines.
for other purpose, are too well known to need
TWIST.—We here recently enlarged
ur sl Lk24l
t ea ent_N ow, a rt
machi .with tho l and molt improved nery
which in below operated by highly. skilled labor
'We know and feel the Importance of not only cup._
plying the users of our machines, bot the tied«
generally With the host quality of Macniste '1 trio.. I
which. we will sell, by _)trAsuiti miller than ,by
WEIGHT. - The
.tystem of selling by weight has
given manufacturers the opportunity of no heavily
welght.ng allk in the-procene of dyeing as not only
to greatly Injure its quality, but also cbovey
wrong Imoresnion about Ito quantity. In this re ,
sped we mean to he above sunplcion. - The =tuner
in which the niece
. of bilk are graduated ~ f ic alto a
matter of great import.. e, but Are use the gr•alest
puilble rare that the graduating uhell be excnud-
Lt, i i_ th u 2 addition nf
r „1,0, t
ie e, manufacturing e.,, o- o.
thread and beauty of „finish of the manufaetured
article-will not, 1,011 . 111,k, he soon surpassed. Oath
spool elttilk,u, tnutacture r d by ue, of-any particular
rise or letter, irrespective of- wet ht contains the
number - of yards printed thereon, Length,
strength, else, quallry uyd ,flukh of the thread are
to be looked to. rather than .weight. _We prq- now
silk mitnufectitrers on a large scale, and fuel that
a large trade one only m retained by utile funiliih=
lag a humidor cruel., - at - a fair - price, 'lt other
brands of Twist be offered _it lose price than mar,
pa rell tlaaraalay. rear assured that it,. Is .utkrior in
quality, deficient iu quantity, or both.
We hare and shall keep In stock at oar Central
Office, - and carious agencies, Twist of all sines, rnd
of ..he lintrit,US colors sad shades-o 1 color In Min.
and which will he sold at New York pricer.
THE SINGER ~LANUPACTURINt;
No. 458 Broadway N. Y.
PHILADELPHIA OFFICE. 1106, CHESTNUT sT
L B. WoODWARD, AGENT AT
Office No. 4, N. 3d St., Opposite
4 c,k.ttß/( 4 ,
.N 0.35 SOUTH THIRD STREEI
4. 0 .. PENNSYLVANIA A,
~..4 114r4 RNN N ETI T g ' sl'
7, , fjc ..) OF THE
..,.I. s\ a
d it tNSON N I,
Of ME - . " Ctee
_UNITED. STATES bEAMERICk
The NATIONAL LIP% IN9IIRANOII CONTANT 10
chartered b sr ay rot al Ac t of Congress, RP
roved July 25,1569, with a
CASH CAPITAL, $1,000,000, FULL PAID.
Liberal terms' offered to Agents 'and Bolloattore,,Whe
Lte Invited to apply at our once.
Fall particulars to boh ad on application at °crake
000100 In the second story of our Banking Holll.e.
chore Circulars and Pamphlets, fully drseribleg the
Ovsn , sges otrYteti by tr.,. Company, may be had.
16`„ .I', , 11, itK
B. S. Russel, Manager.
Cashier let National Bank, Agent for
1115. HOOP SKIRTS
79 South Street,
Iran Removed Mx n
idanufactoyf and Salesrooms to
No. 1115 OLIESTNIIT STREET; PHILADELPHIA
Where his •lOwn Make" of Champion Hoop Skirts•
adaptod to First Class Vhoterato and Re.
tail Trade, will ho found to ombrrice the moat oaten
sive,assortment in the Union, and all the latest and
most desirable Styles, Shopos Lengths and Rises, 2..
2%, 2%, 2y, yards round, of Patin and Gored Pam '
lore. Walking Skirts, Itoception. Trolls, do., to., to•
gothor with over ninety different rarlothe of Minos
and Children's Bidets, all of which for symmetry of
style, finish, lightness, elasticity, durability and real
Cheapness, aro unequaled by any other goods in the •
Market, and aro warranted in every respect Shirts
made to order Altered, and Hopaired,..Wholcsaleand•
Full lines of Lod Piked Eastern Made Skirls, 16
Sprlmpl,l6 Centel ; Alflprlriga,..46.Conta ; 25: Springs
56 - oiints ; SU Springs, to Ovnto ; and 40 Springs, 76
CORSETS I CORSETS!! CORSETS! fiTdlfferont
•atylee•and prices, from 76 Conte to $7.00, embracing
IL 'Woolle "Dockel," “Glove Fitting." Madam Foy 'a
Corset Skirt Supporteni,•Mrs.' Moody'. Patent
Adjusting Abdominal" Corets; Fronelt, - Euullah and
Dolomitic Hund.loada•Corette, and superior French
Patterns of Cotell Corsets!, "Our Own Make," to which
We invito especial attention.
Complete assortment °limner' Under I armonts,
at very low prices. i i•
GENERAL AGENT for the DARTRAIK k FANTON
FAMILY SEWING MACHINES, superior: to any
other heibra the public. Fifty4wohrtheae No I Mat
chlnos, Price $55 - each, aro being lilted stray to our'
customers •In order ;o get them-introduced. Everi,
person in want 'or kirticlesin .our line, should exam
too onr goodetelbre - porchseing elsewhere Call or
send for circulars, at our iMonufactory :and Salim
rooms, No 1115 Choatuut Si. Phladelphia - •
2tilaroo43m. • Wild. T: 'HOPKINS.
OROANS-' AND . ME . I 4 ODEONS:, -
The undirelgned 'baring been' appointed
fluent for the tele of the celebrated .PNLOUBST. -
CABINET „ORGANS AND lIEWDEONB,,Ine4ett.,
Itontion to the Instrttment now. on exhibition at
his room, No. 40, Eaet Dice Jason 'College. •
There Oman,. and kletodeons mare awardekthe
jlirseprize, a GOLD hIEDALi at tbe Amirait'ineti.;
tutu gstir.ln. It 66. *Der, Dv, woelea
mince takon'thejtist piss whereeer re.. 0.1 have been
put l ln 'competition.
• Iputitag bed conelderale experience , hathasale of
'lltdidcal!lnstrnmente,l epn recommend these aith
contldpeen, and guarantee entire sallefeetlon. - -
• ''''Please call ant nee the „Ipermulmt r andget 0101.;
nitrate • circUlar. • "
.11161 N cDrnyg•rioNtf gleei it'eueferiai charge:
.... .13E0R000: - YOUNN,
06.1 m • Doom 40 gait College.'
,Tob Priatin, 4izeout6o.:.-
4t, this °matt, ' ,
it itt,.•_:o f.5,:0:41i,
Wit. T. HOPKINS
Cl■~ v ~LtMBI •; RLAI VAtL Y'IUIL.
6 . 84NG3? !. OF,HO,IIICSI
Onlind after Monday, September 14th, Deg, Puna.
gar Trains Wlll - runro4Mly as follows, (8 atidays excisp
W E 8 ; T VP - A, •
coomuooknon :ham:leaves lierriablire 8,00 A.,
hip M p e e c n h sbu c g u o g l9 o
a C n ar b i e b rs le b u 9 r , g l 0 10 N ,4 e 6 w reen 945 w.
tiell,l4, an wing at
Hagerstown 11,42 A. M.
.Miltrilunr-loaves Harrisburg.l,Bo P.M.,Meohatb
icsburg 2,02, Carlisle' 2,3.4 No vilist '9lO, Bbittins.
burg 8,40, Ohambersburg 4,20 Oreepeastlo, 466, lardy.
lug at Hagerstown 6,25 P. M. ' •
Earnsee, Harrisburg 4,16 P" M
Mechanicsburg 4,47,,0ar1i5ie 6,17, Newville 6,60,
Bhippenebtarg 6,17, arriving et Ohihnbeireburg at
6,46 P: M.
A Bluant.Tasix leaves. Gbambersburg • 0,06411 - 01. i
Greencastle 9,25, arriving at Hagerstown 10,10 A.EI
- E 'A STWA ft
ACCOUUODATIoN TEAM 168,81 ralilbellibUrf 4,46
A M.. Bhippenaburiv 5,14; New, Ila 6.46, Carl ala Br
18, Mechanicsburg 6,47, arriving at ILarrlainirs 7,16:
Mart, TRAIN leaven Magerstovin 8,00 " A ' . M., 'Green
castle 8,35, Obambersburg 9,10, Bhigtoensbnrg 9,40,
Newville 10,14, Oarnsle 10.50ibleebardenburg 11,24,
striving at Harrisburg 11,65 A. M.
„Pavanes TRAIN, !canna Hagerstoirn .11,55 A. M.
Greeneintle 12,28, Clutunberaburg 1,00; Bblppennburg
1,32, Newvillo 2,05, Carlisle 2.46, Bleehanicabuni 3,12,
'arrivlottat Harrisburg 8,44 P.. H.
• A s.llxsu TRAIN leaved Hagendowit 8,06, P. M.
Greeneville 4,12, arriving at Ilhemborsburg . 6,05
tat -:+t alibi); clone obonectimen at Harrisburg*lib
traluntosind from Phlladelpblai New Yocki
mote j Wanhingtou Mid Pittsburg. , • •.•• •, • • •
• BUPEUDITZXDINT'S OPFICZ, ' 'O. N. LULL.
ahamberaburg. Pa., May 8, 1868. •'
READING RAIL -ROAD
SITIMBER ABRANcipIE!TT. ,
MONDAY. APRIL 27, 1869.
GREAT TRIUNE' LINE'PROM THE North. and.
North• West for Philadelphia, New York; Reading,
Pottsville, Tamaqua, Ashhind; Shaniokin; Leb a non.
Allentown, Easton, Ephrata, Litia, Lancaster, Col.
Ac., Ac. -
.Traine leave Harrisburg fbr New Yoik sio follows:
At 2.35, 5.29, 8.10. A.)51.,22.26, noon, 2.00 and 10.55
P. M.,. connecting with Trains on the
Pennsylvania Rail Road, and - arrivingAt New York
'at 9.46, A.' M., 11.45 Noon, 3.50, 0.45 , 0.20 P. M.,.
and 090, A. M., respectfully. Bleeping Oars meow
paning, 6.20 245; A. M., and 10.55, P. M.; trains
Leave flarriebtirg for Reading, Pottsville, Tama.
qua, Mittersville. Ashland Shamokin,Pine Grove,
Allentown and Philadelphia, at 8.10, A . M., and 2.00,
end 4.10, P. M., stopping at Lebanon and Principal.
Way Stationer; the 410, P. M. train .making'
Hone for Philadelphia and Columbia only. For'
. Pettey ille, Schuylkill Haven and Auburn via ilchi23.l.'
. klll,and Susquehanna Railroad, leave 'Harrisburg.
330 P. M. Returning: Leave New ,York at 0.00,
A. M., - 12.00, • Noon and 5.05 and LOP P.M.; Phil:ads
phia at 815 A: M. and 3.30 I'. M.; Sleeping exit
accompaning the 9.00. A. M.-and 5.05, and 8.00 P. M,
trains from New York..withnnt change.
Way Passenger Train, leaves Philadelphia 7.30, A.
M. connecting with similar train op East_ Penn.
sylvania Railroad, returning . frOm Reading 010.30 Po
M. stopping at ail Stations :leave Pottsville at 7 30,
ani, 8.45 A. 51 4 _,W.,10,5.
1.05 - Arr — Nehlaild 7.00 A. M 12.30 noon, Tam
aqua at 8.30. A. 51. 2.20 P. M., for Philadelphia
and Now York. •
Leave 'Returnle vireSohuylkill and Svaquellanua
Rail Road a( 7.00 A. XI. for Harriabuyg, el:1411,10A._
51;_fer. G IF* 0 and Tremont.
Rea4ug Accomluodatirn Crain: Ltr
at 7.80, A. M.. returning 'Nivea Philadelphie at 6.15
Poitatown Accommodation Train: Leaven Potts
town at 0.26. A. M. returning learna Philadelphia at
4.20, P. M.
Columbia Rail flood Trains leave Reading 7.00, A:
M. and 0.15, NI. for Ephrata, Litct., Lenraster,
' Perk!omen Rail Road Trains leave PerManton Junc
tion at 0.00-A. 61. and 6.00 P. Si. iteturoing Leave
okippack lit 8.15 A. 51., and 1.00 P. N., connecting
with similar trains uo Reading Rail Road.
On Sundays: Leave - New- York at 8.00, P. M.
Philadelphia 8.00, A. N., and 0.16, P.'31., the 8.00. A.
Si. Train running only to Rending; Pottsville 8.00.,
A. N.. Ilarrisburg . 5.20 A. N. 4.10 and 10.65, P
.11., and Iteadingat 12.55, midnight 2.64 and 7.16 A.N.
for Hat rleburgrat, 12.65 and 1 05, A. 61. for New
York and at 04 , 9, A. 61. and 4.25 P. N. for Phllnd•
Commutation', Mileage, Season, School and Excur
ion Tickets, to and from all points, at reduced rates
liagage chocked am:Wen 100 pounds allowed each
'assenger. G. A . N
At the great Expoeition,yiarie, 1867
Awarded the Highest Premiums
over 82 ' Competitors.
THE -P EOP L E'S VERDICT
THE BALE OF THIS WORLD RENOWNED
MACHINE AM! 100,000 DEBATER
THAN ANT OTHER.
THE GRAND TRIAL-
Daily ure Th,oughout the world, were welt Taos
Mum . gain. favor, aid atlPAßlOltirt wins the race-
The Wheeler a. Wilma stands triumphantly the
Champion and Leader overall others by the veract
of the potpie.
We claim no merits that we cannot sustain by
living and reliably witnesses. We etand alien our
own arm. WoßTll,itlthout declaiming against other
companies. We claim to have improviments for
sewing that we know cannot be excelled, and In
many points that no other company dare compete
with. No other company can show-no many ma
chines that have been In daily use for the length
of time as we can: For the proof of thls,look at
the numbers that are on each machine. The Wheel
er and W Henn Bowing Machine la the Rich Man's
Beat Friend, and the Poor Woman's Trust and Com
.forterer, for no other compttly can sell on no liberal
ehd easy terms as we.
The poor woman can get herself a Ma l
chine, and afterwards pay for it.
No Alachine is paidfor until
. parties are fully satin• ,
fled. Constant use
of our - • .
niCa.C. II 3E - lIIVMSI
Several ladies In Carlisle *te have used our ma
chines fromaix to twelve y ears, say "They consider
them batter In every point than whon.now, and
there Is not a garment worn in the family, from
light as Owles to heavy as Beaver cloth. that they
have not made." One lady says ' 4 l have sewed for
three years and never 'broke a needle" We can
furnish manes and residences of respouelble parties
who can sustain all we claim.;
The unsigned area few of ,m any who have the
;Wheeler and Wilson Sawing Machines, in Carlisle,
Ind length of, time that , have been in constant nee.
Mrs. J. B. Havostiek, .
" J. .Rheeto •
a. Col. Henderson,
" Rev. Dr. Wing,
" R. C. Woodward,
" • Bev. Sterrett,
" Peebles, .
Miss Caroline Ege,
" C. Herman, (Monroe twp 9 "
Sterreit,.(Diekinson'twp. 3 -
Initructions given flee ef eloara. and Machines
ebeerfally shown to all .wbo call at Mn. Willtains'
Millinery Store, No. 20 North !Ignorer Ptreet, Car
lisle, Pa. Prise. and styles to suit any customer.
M 11.011185 delivered to all points in Cumberland dud
adjoining counties free of extraeharge. , • ,
PETERSON Sz CARPENTER; bob. agts
121 MARKET STREET lIAREISBURG.
J. M. & L. H. FUL3Itil,, the only'
antlicirizell Agents , in -Cnilisle,
1809. . NEW. GOODS 1880.
I am now opening the eheapeat' Meer/merit Of
SPRING , AND SUMMER , 000Dh hi ought toil:4oWe •
Oboe the,war. Owing to the great decline in .priees
Miring the 'NM few 'Tooke, lam now enabled to of
r greet Inducements to ash buyers as the entire,
stook •lian been purebeeed at the, present dow;prieee ;
All tlf,tiOat Calicoes at 12hO
Good DoLalnes at 1.5, 18, 20 Sc . 25. •
Mullins at 7, 10 , 12 -& 2.
D1tE5900D8~.. , .;
. .All the NEW STYLit bßißli! CIODS
great Carley and very etteap, • •
GING1:14.1118, T.IdkING,S, OINKS
&Q.* VHRY• LOW.
. . .
• Cloths,' , Cassimeresc • ..'.•
Tweeds, Oetttnedos, Sc. of e4ety description en
commonly 'low, Table Lineal, Napkins, Towels,
Piques, Blarsaillei,Bed'Spreado, Naissocks,klwiesu,
Cambrics,l'oralsr,'Marsallopilits, Sc., at the' very'
11(itSIERY & LpV.lsBin
. .••., .•
ORNINC - GOODS
ralsinei, Nemarispe, Yettei.Eatilleh. 6tttoe,,
TiPbSse,glieri,S?s/ a fan, aeaortmjTt r ot ; ter
• l e ak. e'er 'geode not purchased
/h e ilea turfy days will t» closed out regardless - An
t oo k . out ..eer banahte• he the Oheepileth
Ma:94t, a!tattit •PPPtlila'tbal
illtliellll' 0411 OiaMit
E.NT italliCTlVAs,lt. •
•:,,,.;:; - :**o's
FOr restoiing :Gray Hair, to, jja`roktural
though not - always, cured by its use.
Nothing can restore the , hair where
the 'follieles are deitroyed, or-the glands
atrophied and 'decayed. - BM, suck as re 7:
main can be savei for usefulness by this
appltention. Instead of fouling the , hair,
with a'plfsiyeedinient,itvvill keep it clean'
'and' vidoroue. Its occasional, use Will
prevent the ; hair . from turning, gray or
baldness.. Free from those deleteribee
substances which make some preparailoisi
'dangerous and injurious to the, hair. the
Vigor, can only benefit but not harm .it.
If Via44o.i. Merely for a
HAIR DRESSING, ,
nothing else can be found so desirable.
.COntaining neither oil or 'dye, it does not
soil . whito cambric, and yet lasts long on
the hair, giving it a rich glossy lustre and
and a grateful perfume.
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer, & Co.,
Pmerro.t.i. AND ANALYTICAL CARMX T/,
• LOVTELL MASS
36;et 88-It. -
: A y,er's S
FOIL 'PURIFYING THE BLOOD
disorders, Which Wank ag...
gnmateu oy the scrotulous contamination until
they *ere painfully. afflicting, have been radically
cured to such great numbers in almost every sec
tlon ef_tho_country, that:the pitbl c scarcely need _
tai be incormcd - of its virtues or
&Walton poison is ono of the .most destructive
enemies of our race. Often ' thin unseen and' us ell
tenant - of the organtsm - :'underminee the contratto -
Lion, and invites the attack of enfeebling or fatal
diseases,,lthout exciting a ausPlelatt at its pres
ence.. Again, it Boom to brood in tection through
out the body, and-then, on some favorable occasion,
rapidly develop into one or other of he hideous
forms, either on the surface or tinlniig the' vitals.
In the Is tor, tuberolesvay be suddenly deposited
-in .he lungs or -heart, or tumors formed In the
liver, or it shows ite presetsso by eruptions on the
,_skin or foul ulcerations on some part of the be y.
"Hmnde, the occasional UBO of n bottle of this
Sarsaparilla is advisable, oven when no. Relive
symptomk of disease appear. Persons afflicted with
the Ibilowitcr complainte generally find Immediate -
relief, and. at length, cure, by the use of this
.SARsArAteiLLA : St. Anthony's Fire, Rose or
ErysipeLis, letter.• Salt Rheum, '...111,1 Head. fling-
worm. Sore Ryes, Sore Ears, nod other eruptions or
visible forms of Scrofulous dlocoor. Also Ifi the
more roncmled forms, as Dyspepsia.
Heart Disease,.Xpilepsy, ;Ceara/Mu, and the
whom Ulcerous affections 01 the Inn molar hod
nervous systems. -•
Minute DirActionicitiretch nate are fOund• to our _
Almanac. supplied gratis. Rheumatism nod Gout,
when caused by accumulations of ex. raucous mat
lerii Al the blood, yield quickly to it; as also
Liver Complaints, Torpidity, Congestion''- /q/lanut.
lion of Oho Liver mid Jaundice, When origin, as
'boy otten - do, , frtairthe - rankling poison in the -
blood. SARSAPARILLA is n great restorer for
the strength sod ;rigor of toe system . Thom who „
me Languid and Listless, Despondent, Sleepless and
troubled with...Yens/us Apprehensions of Fears,
or. any the affections symptomatic of Weakness,
will find Immediate tenet anal-convincing ell
donee of its re:dm...Ake power upon trial.
P EPARE D IJY
Dr• J. C. A yer &. CO., LosVel Mass
Provilrn7 and Analytical Chemists
;WM) DRITOGISTS Yvnitywrizni
300 ct 081 k
THE WONDERFUL 'PAIN 'KILLING
By the use of the Magic Pala Destroyer and
Liver Pills, you can save health, money, nod pro.
long life. There is not a pain or ache, uerrous or
inflammatory, hut what the Great Magic PAM De
strayer will relieve,' and in most instAlices en,
titly cure. Try it before any other remedy, for it
is almost certain in every case to b • Joel thin-,
thing, and the' only thing needed. References are
given of wonderful cures performed by this great
- - East HanoVer ' 1883.,
Dr. Campbell—Sir—•l had a cold settled on-my
breast for ten Years • Iwas not able at times to
speak a loud word ,• was told to get Dr. Camp.
bells medicine and try it. and it cured me In 1
days. • OIptIBTIAN SOMAN.
Jonestown, May 80, 1868.—Dr. Campbell,. Begs
Sir v I cheerfully _recommend your medicine as,
Certain cure for sick headache.
JACOB G. HBILMA.N.
Decry township, 1867.—Cured of backache of 40
years standing, by using Dr.'llardpbell's Pain Be
strayer and Pills, for 6 weeks. . •
Jourr Zuvit, ago past 72 years.
Newmanstown„Lebanon county, 1807.—/ way
afflicted with rheumatism, using crutches for 2e
years. I was told to,get Dr. Campbell's Pain De,
etroyer and Pills, and try them; they cured me
in 2 months.. Flt/CDBIZIOIC Bunn, aged 09 years.
Union Deposit, „Dauphin county, 1667.—Dr
Campbell Dear Sir—l hive suffered for the lasi
23 years from Dyspepsia and caanstipation ; I trie4
your medicine as directed; they cured me in
weeks. GEORG'S SPANOLICII, aged 64 years.
Chambersbum, (Maar 29, 1668.—1 was cured of
Piles of 17 years standing by using Dr.,Campbell'e
Magic Pain Destroyer and.P . llle for one month.
DAVID If °en R.
North 1411(1db:don Township', Cumberlatireo.,
186.2.- Oampbell—l cheerfully recommend
your magic medicine as a useful medicine inS;
family, for children ; my youngest dhii4 ' was
taken with too croup in the night ;I did not ex.
peat her to live ten minutes ; I had a bottle ; In
-wife gave according to directions ; it et.red in 11
minutes. SAMUEL Rrisspr..
Jacksburs; Perry county, August 10, 1180 01 .—Dir,
Oampbell, Dear Sir: I bought 4 bottles, and $
boxes of your Pills for my boy who had the rite*
math= for one year, then turned scrofulous; he
was drawn crooked and could not walk;tried
all the medicines I knew and they all failed; but
,youp_mcdialne cured him in 2 weeks. •
Wonderful Discovery of Worm • ozenges:
Lebanon, 1806.—1 have repeatedly used Dr.
Campbell's Worm Lozenges!, for my. . youngest
boy, who was Very sickly for a long time I gave
him one drum in morning and one lat he Afton.
noon • there were 25 large worms parsed and not
lees ?hen 100 or 800 email seed worms. Yours
truly, . PLUMP Lure.
Two Mile/Eaet of Carlisle, 1808,-Dr. Campbell
—Your NI gio Pain Destroyer and Liver Pills
should bo made known4my eUe waste bed with
Was for a years; her headi , tikk, arms,ings, hands
and ,flegers were drawn crooked with rheuma
tism ; I do believe that I spent one sanddol
tars for, her, and received no „benellt ; hearing
about ycittentedloinei, 1 bought 12 bottles and
:boxes; after Mang, B.b tiles, with the pulls; she
could .tvalk with 'trachea; after she had used 4
morn, she threw her crutabte away.. This . lady's
Weight 1,225 poundi t and aged over 50 years. 4
•' - • •. Jaws
This inedicin• can ballad from Dr: Campbell, at . •
Carpals market, on Wednesday and gituryay, or .
at his Sidra. Third .Street, between Chestnut ~aad
22Jan 00,1 m ~ . L.
W gibiSLER :
• NEW, and POPllilia •
s a'o R
TircirT* AND ; 131spze,
N 0.1.13: t3OOili-Nanoviir" Eitree4 Crailia)Le
• . ..,. , • , . .
* tow tqbri liont,h of Imhoff', a corner. .• • •, •
: = WE avolOst opened the largest and best. stick
of Or and EINOEB ever offered in clerpsla ; aid ~.
6od n n'illintit'dAtl to receive' anih - goods in oar
line sok everybody wa nts.
ts. ,:. - , .:.. ~. e ~.. , ~.,, . . .
Our i ttl eenalstv.lwall Made and vatiatlai.of. •' *.
Woma 's lases and Chita's strong 4.ather . ettooo,
'Women's, Wee and Child's Lasting 'Genera.
Womes:Olots , lll4 Turkey and•Prench , Morteee.. • .
.Men's nd Does Ordr, DWI and Rip Boots.: • ..1 -_ .. •
M • .• .
en:a, ndk ßoy's ad lasting ()alters and : online. - .•
Mena end Boy'e golf and , DnffrOblbrd Tleb, awe •t. •
genqals, Buskin/ .and Overshoes., - .1 .., , .
.; !;.,.. , r
Men's nd,,WOrgen's Omit Welt and Oarpe,t allisOl. ,•
Kees goy's And Child's PM` and Saibioy pits. • . '''':: :
Trn.ll otalt..*lsea And prices '''-'.. '...., , , , ~,, . •.,.:
Trier , IPS.EXIA6e, Elptobols end Yallore,tegetho lath, _ ... '.
..vd..,. lot offlOODB which we lon golttg ina1t,411,.. ~ * ;
Mmes./ . .....
' moT r
ODION SAWS' AND' mom , PROPITWID• OVA
- , Tbetelleyqn issuing ogr card 'lb to Detanded ai a ,
penor inIII4IIO II , 411 $ 11 1111.: , ..1100Cio ~ .411 gat *: .•
• look i routh QUO 'took without feeling "oder 011-
; gotta to hely Masao luttedin ilnillty, and price.
.„ We. Shall eroaya tit, t0..4.er VIPs; enreMens In ,a, , .. . __.
;:etrilghlforaritrainabber, in givoivory snisteies
7411.1 nIV•MiII Itiiiihrst : y:•' : lV4 'hal) Jane O -. '.
-• loon EllielfsavitYlielr 'lst unbeiladti Witiqr: '.'.• '
,boa. 1.14% ~ 1 , . ....., . r.-^.^...6..;... a.k'h''"i'4::&2 ,'',"
~, , , : t • ~ . .. TIT,. '... . T.., ..g - "tett. . .
• . .
it &fee agreesble;lient ,
foreserving ; —thes—beir-
Faded or gray hair 'is
soon restored to its,oitisii,.
nal color with the :gloss
and freshness of youth;
Thin hair is thickened,
falling , checked,
and baldness- , often",
Tho reputation* thls
y. f elan rat u l e mi9e'
:as . ;e o n ,
w oL e ß re erogi t tou s a lat et
seamed saturated • with
•ppurified and cured by It.
JOHN W. fiRPHM