Carlisle herald. (Carlisle, Pa.) 1845-1881, August 06, 1869, Image 4

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    Kr Josh Billings says ; " If I was
in the habit of . swearieg, I' Isiouldn't
hesitate to cuss n bed-bug rite to bia
face." - • • •
Cr" Have you much field!' your
bag,? ; 'asked a persorref a fisherman.
" Yes; there is a good eci in it,"
,re•
plied he.
/Or" I wish you would not giv;e me
such short weight for my meney. And
I wish you weuld not give me each
Ihng.waits for mine.
A.person who had eiSisie --srdaftertng
of aciological lore, said one day to a no-,
vice that crocodiles often shed tears.- 7
Oh 1 that is nothing, rejoined the no
'vice, "-I have often seen whales blab
ber."
TICE NATURAL BRIDOE. - Mr. jot
ters= celebrated this bridge in' his
"Notes on Virginia."•, There , aie
several similar bridges fn the limestone
regions of the State, which are prone
to subterranean currents and caves,,but
none are so high and picturesque• as the
Natural Bridge of Rockbridgo, ..... -The
first house erected at the bridge was
VII& in 1829 or '3O ; and then was
opened the book in which gentlemen
and ladies began to write their names
and such'fancies as the bridge inspired.
That summer a play actor,' whose am
bition was greater than his courage,
descended from the top of the bridge
to the bottom by a rope, but the swing
ing of the rope so frightened him that
he was taken up more dead_than alive.-
He remained for some two weeks a
helpless invalid, and ' his hair turned
gray. It was about that time that Col.
Piper, of Wadliington county, while a
student of Weshington College, Lex
ington, ascended the bridge from bot
tom to top. He had not intended to
do so, but begot so high that he dared
not' turn' to go down, and was driven
for safety to go upward, and finally
reached• the top. A more fearful feat
was never achievej: ,
IT.IB NOTICED as an unedifying fact
that every amendment to the Irish
Obinekbill, proposed by an archbishop
or bishop in the House of LordS, had
for its object the 'procuring of more
- ino ur'y fur the - clergy. Never were
Jewish bill discountersgreedier over
the body of a bankrupt nobleman. But
their propositions as- invariably bad re-
firence to the higher orders". in the
Church, and not to the poor curates.
4 ,1 n the discussion occasioned by this,
some stories are told at the ekponse-of
the reverend-divines. Not the worst
of them relates to a bishop who, cour
ageously defying foreaests of disendow
ment, desired to rebuild a part of his
palace. He had counted, however,
Withput.his architect for so prodigious
were the estimates of the artist in brick
—and mortar that - the - bishop hastily'
'abandoned his projects of palace build.
lug, ail& asked hie nonchalant visitor
• what check he was to draw for the pre
liminary fees. "One hundred pounds . ,
my lord," was the reply. "Why,-sir,"
rejoined the bishop, appalled at the
price of his disappointed whim, " that
is as much as many a curate of mine
receives during the year ." " Ah! but
your. lordship must, remember," me
ponded the man with the rule and corn
pass, " that I am a _bishop among the
-architects." - •
MILLER & BOWERS'
HARDWARE MORE,
26 NORTH HANOVER STREET,
CARLISLE, PA.
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WEvould respectfully cull tbe'atten-
Minu of tbo public to our recently replanleh•
ed STOCK Og HARDWARE making it now ono of
the largest In Cumberland Valley and consisting
in part of HAMMERED AND ROLLED .
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BURDON'S 'TIORSE anov:s, NORWAY RODS,
RLACKSSIITILS', 'W AOON M K ERS', COACH' MA•
KERS' AND CARPENTER TOOLS,
BUILDING MATERIAL
~.S(111d/ery,
P(12711:I
111.. t hlnk rrs, Undortakerp, and Conch hlAkore
.MATERIAL .
'.llovels, f , orkq; Ithicatt, &e.
Repairs for 11IeCORMICK'S ILEA conet.antly
on band. We ere constantly -in receipt of goods
direct from the manufacturers and are able to fur.
nigh country merchants at Philadelphia and Now
York priceP.
.Q8v:1001/9 delivered Wall parts of the town frog
of charge.
Wilcox & Gibbs'
SE WIN G'' IV
. _
We have secured' the Agency of the 'Wilcox &
Gibbe Bowing Machine, a little fanilly arrange
. anent . no one moms willing' to do without after
having saes ; . one in operation. The Wilcox &
. • ' Oibbe ' Is a Sin& Thread Machine and claims
' • superiority over all Rouble Thread Machines in the
..following particulars. It is simpler sad lone liable
to got out of repair. It
,le cheaper, It rune
.- with loss noise .. It rune eabier: - It runs faster
Itime the beat device flu- preventing. the wheel
. from running backward. •It requires lose mechani
cal' shill to oporato.it. It tog u iron less time and
1 instruction to learn to use it. It is the most
I certain and reliable in _its operations. Its noodle
is straight end lose liable to be broken . Man a
. mused ono The noodle le secured In' Its place by
• an ingenlenely patented device which renders it self
adjusting sp•that neither skill nor oxPerierica are,
reqnired in arranging it. It sons directly from the
. _ . epool thus doing away with the tedious operation
of, rewinding the thread' for edjnstment ID the
-',..
_lt makes the niter,: & Gibbe' of "twisted
"4 -$ ..4..,..._
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1869. W
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To close out all kinds of
SUMMERCOOPS;
CENTRAL HOUSE
=Proms C34rcococaos
Will be sold at a
GREAT SACRIFICE.
LOWER THAN EVER
LACE Pawn,
Lgl SEAWLS,
SUN UMBRELLAS,
SUMMER CASSIMERES,
SUMMER CLOTHS
Everything In the Hue of SIIIIKEIL , STOCK Win
be sold from Ms data rOgardloss of nost to make
room for TALL 0040$
NOW IS THE TIME FOR
X 3 Et, fx et, 1 33. st ,
COME 'ONE AND ALL
LEIDICH & MILL E R.
THE MOST SUCCESSFUL
LIFE INSURANCE COMM
OF THE WORLD,
THE NATIONAL
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY;
UNITED T-ATES OF AMERICA,
Pla
CHARTERED OY SPFICIAIs ACT•UF 00NOILINO.
Cash Catital. - —5 4,000,000.
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BRANIf oprlci, PHILADELPHIA
OFFICERS.
CLARENCE EL CLARK, Philadeigda, Preiddilut.
JAY COOKE, Philadelphia, Maly:dad nand% And
Exeoutivo Committoa.
lIIINRY D. COOKE, Washington Vlce-Prosident.
EMERSON i?t. BEET, Phliadelphia, Soaratary and
-- - ,
Actuary.
IRANGIS G. DMITLI, Pbtladulphla, Medical
Diroctor.
. f T l T . =P n a c n o . ad, In.ths Drat TEN MONTHS
5,395 .P6LICIES, .
INSURING
$15,142,800.
TIM Company ottepi to lb Polley holdira
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P'EfirECT,SECURITY
by Ito Cash Pald np,Capltal o,oncitllllon Colima !
• and puarantaes to the Mond, by Its
.
Low' . R4tes- of Pre m ium,.
Large Dividends liiAdvanoe,
Or a Ilay,erilonary'nlvl4.pi of* per ont:111 H.
RETURN PREMIUM PLAN.
GENERAL AGENTS..
H. W, CLAM* 00:, ESnkors; No. Ifti BoUtti Third
ty reel, Vhlladelphla goners' A gent I for Ponn_sylVanil.
and Southern Nevi, Jersey. B. B. Ryan, lilansgor.
W. 'B. I.RWlN;,Hairieburg,
HEPBURN, Agent at Carligle.
~#4.p6s4y
The Great Pacific Rairoad is tiOshed
FIRST -3,IOTGAgE PONDS
UNION & CENTRAL PACIFIC
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.;;,MTSCEIrLANEO:77S:.~,~I.~
you 'WANT 'TO SEE - ; THE
•- • abet iiitect P.Ailibit'fiTol . .l3. ever offered to
it public, ItepAntn ,
'
attier Pinta, heir of
Halbert's Store ottd nob the
GREAVAMER ( PAN, BABE BURNER
4
In operation, It, in a Perpitliai Dustin., anit perfect
Radiator, u well sea ported Ventllattr of the room
midis warranted, to opetuas tees coal than any
-other Btove of the came one; ever - offered to the
'pdbilo; requiring butine ordinary iouttle,of small
soid once In tyruntr,alght houre, being perfectly
einuale in ill Its working , baring a simple slide te
regulate the gre - for tamping at night, one kindling
of pre benkrall tint Is regnirod during the winter.
Re duet, we psi so'sleg Cr cinder;
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AT THE
-John PAUL Antos Miller. 'Dr. S. B. mar...,
Tome Neer David Miller, 0. Delaney, „
11 Itoffor,•, • 1) ItaW.On, D. Kiser,
Col. WlillomOon Mrs. Rlngsralt, . Prot. bblyroon,
A. Bowman, Dr. Irvin, ...• Johnson Moore,
J.T. RIPPoY. D. Wlttere, C. Inboff,
.A.Coover, J. Thompson, J. Burkholder,
Copt; Brindle, - Mrs. Gordon, p 11. Gorge.,
Williamson Droi. On Stouffer,. B. Sheaffer,
, Turner, J. Stauffer, r _ W. McLaughlin
blamer, A. Leldlgh. . P. Thum=
fleo:ParenhaughlF.Ektantrlta,, - ktrer,P7onderßeh,
Abner Miller, 1.1. P. Blaster, ,Major Male,
And others. •
.
Get the best COOX STOVE irt:the
3 ‹g.iL,‘
Excelsior Penn or, Morning Light.
In addition to thu ahoy, . Store rItIDLItIf keeps
on band a full supply of the boat Cook, Parlonond
Office - Stoves.
Tin and Sheet Iron wprk of all kinds on hand,
and Spouting, Footing and Jobbing of all kinds
done at rhort notice, and of the beet material, Fruit
Cani,.end Jar. of the - most approved patonts, and
In conclusion the beat Portable and Brick Set
30 15 L1r 1145,i,1D 0 gRS
ever offered to the public. For rotenonee mil on
Di. George Noidigk,' Henry Salton,
V. C. Flemlog, Dirs. Gordon,
Prof. Hillman, • P, Goldner,
F. Watts, D. i•eldigh,
A. L. Sponoler, I J. Boater, •
And ethers. ,
Omar 6uly
PARASOLS,
The subaerlber having taken the entire blvd.:leas
nito • hts own hands, will continua to carry it on In
aII Its ',adout. brooches, tit the old stand, south
east corner of Hanover and Louther attests.
He desires to announce to Hip goblin that Ito
has now on hand and - is constanttrr saninficturing
and purchasing frond - the best eastern Cp. ufactlfrerMl
lb, latest and _bast styles and patterne of FURNI
TURII of all qualities.
Ills stock of ready-made work, constant In part et
MAHOGANY SUITS,
' . WALNUT SUM'S,
CHESTNUT SCUTS, -
-FLORAL It. M. STANDS, -
TEAPOTS, '
DRESSING BUREAUS, of all styles and prices.
Tete a Tateo, Sofas, Lounges, Cottage Trundles, Cot
tags, Panel,* Japanese, and Jenny Lind - Bedsteads,
Cottage Borealis, Marble ,Top Tables and Stands,
Washstand., of all varieties, Chairs of all kinds, Slur
fad Furniturs - in snail or In pieces constantly on
hand. Mirrors of all otyles and prices. •
H E D .W olt K,
Such as Side Boards Durant., iledstende, Safes . Seer.
tarles, Chaim In Boards,
Rockers of ail descrlidams,
&e., made by competent lierkmen from the verYbant
material and at reasonable prices.
011ARLES SILAPLItY.
O. L. lIALB3ItT, Salesman.
lefe6-0 3m.
MILLINERY.
A Tlang of Beauty is a Joy Forever.
The aubearlber nepectfully Wort. the Winn of
Cardale and vicinity that the ham tecelved from the '
Heaton Cities the latest SPItINU AND SUMMER
STILNd,
and to now it;epared to execete orderar
wltliteatnolif-airdlepatelf:
BONDTE'IIt, HATS; OAPs, &0.,
ELECCI
tnedo end'ropelrod at the n'hortnat notico, and at
rPooanablo pr.ceo.
Ribbons, laces, nod Artificial Nloweto ulwayo on
hind MARGAIIETTA STUI•ht,
, 4tday1.139. Igo, 3, East High bt
Commission Alcr'•Aunts
The
and
market price will be paid for Flour,
arain produce of all kind.
• Coal obeli kinds, embracing" •
LYHENB VALLEY,
Llmeburners' and Illacheinltlie Coal conetant ly of
We, Kept under cover, and delivered diy to any .
gd artof the town,' 'Moo, all Itlnde of Lumber 'on
, L. S RN. E 8
LIVERY AND BALESTABLE.
Beeween Hanover and Batlford Streets, In roar
of the Carman House.
CARLISLE TENN'A.
Haring fitted up the Btah e with dlaw Corrlagen
&c., I aro prepared to furnith Orat.ota a turn.oute
at 43mo:table rates. Parties taken to and /rout the :
4Pffniff.
20nov da.117.
TOV E 8,, TIN, SHEET IRON
WARE, AND PUMPS.
lie undersigned, having returned from the Eas
tern Cities with a large assortment of
•
STOVES AND WARES,
usually kept to a Out claeiestabllshment, are pre.
pared to furnish the citizens of, Carlisle and sur
rounding country, with the best Cook Mons in the
Market, consisting bf the
•
oinum snmeF, • - Nomx COOS,
I/Al BURNER,-
Ond others, vtlileh they will guarantee to bake and
romt better and 'with lees fuel,. than any other
stoves iu the market. Their dock of PARLOR and
OPYION STOWS 8 ere not oftrpassed thie aide of the
titles for , beauty, Alurability and , cheapness.
BTATIONARy ./IND:PORTABII.11 BAN aE4,I
•
and lIKATEIIB on Pend, Wnrianted to Ono genera,.
.eatlefeellnn, with the regominendattoile of numbers
..•if gement' who have tom In use. Their etech of
Tin and Sheet Iron Ware le large,and 50144:W AG
•wants of aliteureekeepere, or then eenteionlettn.
the woe, at rates which deft competition.
They have added. to •thulr buelneis a hi;go and
well ffelacted alignment of.. '
,VVE IV, AND 'CISTERN PIIivIPS;
, • ': s .4pout„
ing.,and • Iloafing:
,
',..1013.'ia the. shortest noticei Jobbing end regalci
deny with neatness and despatch !
'W
A T .0 0,4
of ell tinalltles iotistiwAly 'on band. All .4+ 7 ,
oneeted tp reit:and exednine their stock at
NO, 68,
( where - they will be pleased to recolVe
their stock, and renderatil eithdhetion dmirede ,, •
, .
itnuiEsnuTei 4•Itcy ? :1,„
Ndioa-; North lianoveo , BtrooiAlsepfli.;.
• . • • • !' • .
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MA;t011.10.:: '
TIEADI3 NEti*edintlia, -
.Poor tille r on 'hand *mikado tedlti ,
over Meet, Oarlikle, ro e •
.easirchui ei4F, ,•. . •••••;•, . • • • ; •
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Market,
NEW BUSINESS, '
NEW FURNITURE:
FURNITURE BUSINESS
J. BEETEM & o BROTHERS,
(11.endenion'e old stand
At the head of MAIN BTREET,parlhdor Pa
LbOUST MOUNTAIN,
. .
• . L/1•VBEIlRY, Ao,*o
BEETEM & BILOB
17apr 08
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Nbtelt nifty uró ptuPettod' to put ' up •at tliU ortpei;
botloo. ' • ' • • •
VA G;" Po,B,l4'.,tV,..ififbiii .td,.04
ar k tiy.eto „a Rbwoltdpit4
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1P ' QK 013T,..DRY. GOODS MEN: •
. • ' THII PUBLIC . •
I havejust returneilfrom the Haut with my going
etOek,and U minhl,lnmtelling Goode &little cheap
er than any otiiiir•Dry Goode• Rowe In town. , I do
,n6l Heinl•it necetealy.to occupy noluton 'of pewee'
paper, tti:keepi up' toy reputation; for Nentweetailip
Goode, nor do 'With to retort toclap trap__ to gull
the 'public.' Air eek of them le to contend examine.
'for thernelilvei, , ind 10 pot satisfied with prlees:
not to buy. - Remember the glued No; 32 •North
Hanover etreet, next door to Dr. Kleffer's, end
bar.t Hardnarmatore. •_; • • • •
• • M. A. MILES.,
1.,' LI will say ■otl:dug about my third anti fourth
ittaraltiponlosis.
. 9aprll-07.
HATS AND CADS,.
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ty;lid •nice lie( Or Cap?,
. no. don't foil to otill on
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Where on. 1. , stir. thy 1011rYt alwaLinent pf -
1111'8 ANT) ("APS
eynr broufOlt tal , os icreat.pleopur• In
Inviting his nld Mande and Customers, and all non
oned,lo his .Ph•ndid ',cock just recelyed from floe
York end t'l l odul ti :hln, 2011NINti14( in nart °Undo
• BILK AND CASSIMERn HATS,
Clesidpa an'eadless variety of Hata and Caps of the
latest'iriVln; all of which ho will soil at the Lowest
Cash Pylres, Also, his own xrlanullagture of Hats al+
wayion hand, sad , ,
cia
„tt
Hata Manufactured to Order
Be has the beet arrangement for coloring flatland
II kind. of Woolon Goode, Ovomoate ' do., at , the
nhorLost notice colors ovury week) and on'the
most reasonable testae. Also, a fine lot or choice
monde of
TOBACCO AND CIGARS
Always on band. .lle &Area to call the attontlon o
persona who have • •
CO.UNTRY FURS
To sell, as he pays 'tho highest cash pikes for the
same,'
Who him a call, at the above number, -his old
stand as he fool. confident of giving entire satiates,
tion.
July 14 07. .
BENTZ HOUSE."
(bo'rmerly Gorman House.)
No. 17 AND 10 EAST MAIN ST.,
CARLISLE, PENN;A,
'The undersigned haviog porchesed and entirely
refitted, aocrfornlshed anew throughout with first
class furniture, this wolirknowp , and old'established
fetal. solicits the cuetors,.orthe community and
travelling public. Ile Is well prepared to furnish
first-clean accommodations' to all who Juin; to make
rt 11400 their How or pleieant temporary abode.
The custom from the surrounding country is re
spectfully solicited, Courteous and attentive set ,
ants are engaged at this popular hotel,
GEO. 'h BENTZ. Prot" ,
N. R. A first-class LlYery Is connected with the
[lntel the management of Mr. JOB. L. C"kIiNER 111.
BRO.
- 30aprIl 69-Iy.
ESTABLISHED IN 1851,
R NI 0V &L
JACOB HABLEY;
JEWELER,
Invites his Wynne and the public vcenerelly, to
Sir New Store, No. 1320 CHESTNUT St.,
PHILADELPHIA, whore they will Sod A
Large and writ. Relented mock of DIAMONDS,
WATCHES, CLOCK,, JEWELRY, SILVER and
PLATED WARE, AL Moderate Pricer.
N. D.—WATCHES end. JEWELRY carefully re
,opal red.
JEWELRY and SLLY_ER-AV_AILE_of-all Mods Londe
to order.
16July 6m.
,
S • HOTEL,
Opposize Pa. B. 8., dr. Reading Depot
iz RISBURG, PA.
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W, 101.1E - INGER CO Proprietors
iteet 441.1 y.
• • -
N CONSEQUENCE. OF THE
- disastrous Ore, which in January "I net destro)•
ntoc- and Its contents,
J. E. CALDWELL & CO.
WEL E. 10S-, . . -
Nave had made espeilally to tholr order in Europa
and In America, an entirely
New Stock of - Choice Goode,
Which lire now opened and read; for examination.
VERY ' FLEE PARIS MANTLE CLOCKS,
(Every Movemeut with the now droprovoments)
NEIVSIDE ORNAMENTS TO MATCH,
Entirely now
BRONZES, GROUPS &FIGURES.
'GORHAM NANCY° CO'S.
- PINE ELECTRO WARES..
BEST STERLING SILVER IVARE,
New denim;
WATCHES, JEWELRY, &c., &c ,
A very fall useertroont al..vory
MODERATE PRICES.
For the pennant at '
819 CIIESTN - TJT STREET.
12fni, 6P-Iy.
18 N. Hanover Street, No. 18
NEW YORK BRANCH
HEADQUARTERS FOR BARGAINS
Virciworild Invite the spechattentlon of the'elt-
Izene of Carlisle; and Cumberland county. to our
well selected stook of Hosiery, Moves, Notions,
White Goode.lJpen 'arid Fancy Goode all of which
we are determined to run off at aeloulablog low
pricee.
Give ne an early call and jud Aldllßße D e
for yonrielses.
Ge. 113 14.'Ilanover Btreet,l3lpo'
CHARLES .WILLIAMS,
BEATING AND VENTILATING
WiIItEHOUSE. •
,•
No. 1182 and 1184 MarketStreot,
nutaDELPnu.
.'he Golden Engle
FURNACE,
This le en entirely new heater. it is construct
ed Al' to once commend itself lo general favor, being
a .combinsilon of wrooghtnisd cast ion. It le very
simple 16eimetructIon e , and Is perfectly alr4lght ;
ielpeleanlng, having no Open or Owne to be taken
'out '!asol cleaned. , It le so arranged with npilght
golielife 'to produce a larger )mount ,
01 best L ow
tbetieCini weight of call tliao and farSace now In
hygrometlp bondltlon :Of the air as pre
'duollft, by. my. new !arrangement of evaporation
Irtlt , ence'donsonstratethet It la the ,• t •
HOT VIIRNACE •
lyatwill produce a vadat', heatthy; IMeephire :*
•• now main); floe alias of, Pbrfabl 4 or, and . four . lbi
;,,tdimonry. ' •
."
•A ,141':CrE , • • •
13p_eclif attiatiOli liulso .celled to my NEW ,001 c.
MN: EAGLE COOKING RANGES, ay 1 feel assured'
there le nothing in use that oa compare with them
as regarde their dUrability;' economy and: Melange
with a lerge aesoliment of Low , Down. Grate:4,lWe
Piseer Sloree ad .YeuttilatOre, ,Bend for,
‘ lll , 4etrated circular. • ; . '
THE,-1111URY INSTITUTE
QABIOLVw
_ •
,
,k Boarding School; tOr GIRLS:
' • • I ;
Ilidiatith , musdat r an Wedpeokeiki.:
#444mbat Morello/Isis or forth& information
-!tf
1'i.. ,,, L10,11b0
IMIEII
..-,t , '3lk . ".r.?';,(oozs*:''' - _' , 4 - 7 .., .• ,.
TItY`;QOO.DSI
THING:TO s
'THE TINE 'AND SEASON, ,
" ' THE
NEW, AND CHEAP CASH gTORE
THOMAS A. HARPER.;
Of,IIANOYDIt AND POIdFINET dTd..
•Who 1e no! am p... 4 to'exhinltjAn elegant and
wall usarted Back o
• . •D - 11: Y ,>0 0 cio S
XC hxceodlugly" lo;e, Priceel
".._ Bargpino in
. . T s
af ail 'colora., and ,1000. The cheapest 414 in
toyee.
=ME
hair end Twilled, all colors.
ra ets, . .
Shakenr •
•,, - • - -Plaid ,Shlrtlngs, , •
Opera's,
• • Holne•Made.
and a line artier. of Welsh Flannels,'
SHAWLS 1 SHAWLS I
Long end &plans, Palaley and Thibet.
Ladies' Oloakings, -
Vglrotnanh, Gold letliod,E'V Proof knd Heavy
deity or, •
Merino 'Vests, Shirts and Dranore , ,• for Ladles'
Mims, lfen's and Soya' wear. •
A full hue of
•
Cloths and Uassimeresi: .
FANCY DRESS GOODS.--
11011111
In new , an.il Rich Deeigna. - -- -- -
Many of the above Goods solliug el 'at at greatli
reduced-pi-16m
Immense Muck of all. the leading branda-of•-
Dorneetica and ROUSH FURNISHING DRY GOODS,
at Ides than regular prices.
BLEACHED Pc BROWN MEETINGS,
PILLOW CASE N. HANS, PILLOW CASE LINENS,
/ABLE LINENS, 'APNINS AND DOYLIES.
_ Toviels and _Towellings.
Marpelllep Quilt. find-Table Como, Nottinglisin
Litoe Curtin 51iiterlal and Tidya• • . •
of
WHITE GOODS,
utbr'Ottlerlos, LncoN snd Ill'soi.firfes Rnifn, lierogo.
antOlovvs 'll, great. oxfon
hive Stoek. of
DT 0 Tl . O NS:-
BALMORW,L AND HOOP SKIWN
FANCY WOOLEN GOODS.
CORETS.I CoItSETSI
Trois h Wore, Rip Gore; and the colubrated
Busked Corsets.
Ladle's Cuff u'ud Col lars, ilemsti tched .Tu shod
and hmbrold rued Ilartharchlora.
SPECIAL INDUCEMENTS TO CASH
PURCHASER
Tllo3lfeS A. HARPER.
Cur. of Ilateover mud Pouttrat Stet
11doe 68 1
SPRIIs.O
BARGAINS.-
Now OPEi;11i0 IH
DOMESTIC COODS
'DRESS GoOD9,
, CA ein.ll IMES,
.13A PIN ETB,
WHITE - GOODS,
DRESS PitThlkllNOS, ,
ZYPIIERS,
• - • RIBRONS,
,RING'S NEW STORE,.
No• 65 WEST SLAIN
Oppoelfe thu:,6latielou" Moues, uext to Peet Office
Cabala
EBTABL:I6IIED 1851
J. REYNOLDS e,;. SON,
N. Ti'. CORNER 18TH AND FILBERT
STREET.
PUILADELPIIIA, PA.,
f3olo hfenufnoturers of tho Colobratod
WROUGIIT-I RON, AIR-TIGHT,'
Gas-Consuming Heater
WITII PATNNT DUST RORMEN,
' GRATE DAIL RESTS. sod
WROUGHT-IRON RADIATOR
. These floaters aro. made of !Teary Wrought Trvoi.
.well rlrDial together, tho odly solo prevention
against the escape of Oas ur Dust. They , aro easily
, managed, without any damp , rs.' - The Patent Ha-.
'illatot avoids the use and aonoyance of. drum. , , and
t s
j locnianon •fty • attaohrd to 'the Renter. .Thle- Is
!i.,t. .- der le. , iiffiiple, eticenOmical and popular
1 ,. ,. o r k, Ara t plt4ister offelwal liir ,.. sitteJ. They are
• ~, ,K MO It'A 'OES for Itotols and Families,
'''' -•-' i;,. -
' , DOI/TABLE IIIgATIS 8.,
LATROBH HEATERS, 6. s
' LOW DOWN 0 lI.IT.ES, 81 ATE MANTELS,
ItliGllB ['ERB and VENTII.TO.II.2.
We are also thanufactuelog a'" ...;••••_.
NEW FLAT-TOP [MATING RANGE. , r
ear- Saud for oar Illustrated, Vailaphlet.
aprll 23,60-IY. •
PLUMBING, Q-AkAND'STEAM.
_i_ BITTING. . ~' ~,/ -• •
-- GEORGE 1t...F00T ',4espectfully inform" the,
citizen' of Carlisle agd leinlty, that ho continue"
to perry on the above"' Milnose In alb its. various
branches, in the basement of Rheum's , Rail, In
Church alley, tehoro orders will be thankfully re.
solved and promptly• executed. . . ' _ -
Orders left atti We iteraid Wee will receive
prompt ettentlon.. - - ' .0110. It. FOOTE. •
1911M4,9 LI. ' • •
p REAT ,REMEDY.,
- FOR Tni-04 OTf
TECEOAT AND LUNG DISEASES.
- •
Dr. Wishart's Pine Tree Tar Cordial.
It is the vital principle of the Pine Trod, obtained
by a peculiar process • la the distillation of tar, by
which its highest medical' properties are- retained.
• , It Is the only safeguard and reliable remedy
which harever boon prepared from the Juice of ' the
-• It -invigorates the digestive organs and restores
the appetite. •
It atreegthaus the debilitated system.
It purifies-and enriches the blood; and expels
from the systole the corruption which • scrofula
breeds on the lunge. • •
• Ds healing principle Sots upon the irrrttated
face An the lunge :and throat, penetrating to each'
disesuield part, relieving pain and subluing Ind* ,
motion.
It Is the result of, years of titudy and experiment
and is offered to the afflicted, .with the positive as
.0 urines of Its power to pure the following Manor -
if the patient haanat•too !deg 'delayed a , resort to
the Moans of cure q • •, • , ,
Consumption of tongs, Cough,. Bole T hroat-and
Braid, 'ffrorichillet Lifer' Complaint, Blind add
,01mding•Plies,.leatbma, Whopping ,•Cough; Dipthew
We are often milted tint other TeMediesi
in the market for Coneumption, COnstut, Colds atrid ,
other. '.Polmonary.,, affections equal JO Dr. .L. Q.
Wiebartni Pine Tree Tar Cordial.. "We answer,-,1; ,
La.,' It curse. not by stopping tentgh.bat by loosen
ing and assisting nature to throw,pff,tlie'insheilthY
matter collepted About the „throat tend' bronchial
,tuber, coaling Irritation arid , . •
,gd. Moat Thmat,land oreeles are com
posed -of . anodynes. which alley tile 'rough for a
while, but by, their conetringllng effects, the . fibres
:become hardened and the ,unbeelthi
„lute and aro retained inthe,sgatem, reusing dims*
beyond the. control of Mar resole, eminent physicians,
The Pine Tree,Ter Cordial; with Ile assistants,
are profomble,Lacatise they:ramped the taisid•of In
siltation , el the „ invq9iii, reembrann and• :hreneblal
. tubes. mesh*. the lung to get andtbr,ow Mittbe,U l r.•
' healths secretions and purify the blood, Arne settle
tilicaelyAnaking .the mere perfect. , • • "
Di. , 'KT:berthas on jffe at hit ,flee hundreds and
thotitiiiti.S.V.:•Certifi c llnsfr c iPk , Irofftgi'4l ,
,ungicerionorde charac cr ,Once- hOP GY
given op• to die,• but through:Me , Frovidcpco fit God
Merel-cenaPietsfr Uttered to, ?nit:4l4,6i 'the, me, 2 de
glar,psprdisi, c A, physician In ettomdance velletealklie
consulted by Mail, free of, Charges ~ Prise, of. Pine
'Tree Tar,oordial $11..,60.per beetle, $ll 'Petdcit
by,Expeess On..renApt of price: ~./eddress Q. Q.
Wishart,td,lL,Pio,ffbg,Northngd .
• •:28may
:
't6is: frintjpir ne141.1,- exe4aloa
at h oinactg. •
•kigeff.h 7 EX.ffßitT: l74 -
i.. 1 . l hi o
rr il :
u a st . returned f ro m.
th .J. e
a n .. ...
y i Ith a
T
e.r
large and splendid Usortment'oreeuout ble goods,
whloh.me Cr. jelling off rapidly at LOWffR PitIOYB
'Tlit.t.tiltill. y)VVEUT,OIr atack"of 1
. .
Is veil , full in d etitat.l6te; the 'tyke are nruairpaes•
et, ,We here 4;48001. •
'SILKS; . • '- . .•
•; • • ''CASHMERES,
••. • - DICLAINES, PUMAS,
and many nonntyle Goods, 0 INO lIAMS, CALICOES
.HOSIERY, GLOVES; RIBBONS.
TRIMMINGS, ; • ' • . . • ‘.•
. • .
MUSLINS,
• '•• • "SHAWLS,
• BLANIIIITS,
. ,
FLANNEL all. grade,
HAN DIVS
GLOBS',; OASSIMERES,
."'
piano, Gottonadal;•-and.abet . • lardeat !pea of mall
wares and Tr Immingo In the Talley,, ,
CARPETS;OIL'.OLOTHS, .
MATTINNS: ROEIB;''BLINDS, OARPET 011AIN of
Cotton, Upward Wool, beet make.- Our CARPETS
aro considered by Judges to bo the' chpxp.eetunteld-e
-of the, gOdet elliel,
'Title' Stock' OflOodo Is 'Tory largo; Well [snorted;
'And will benold off 'at 'reduced prices:: It Is 'not
necessary to fill column In exaggeration of our
stock: butme .Invtaill to call an senior them.
selvds ' which we think wilfkitiefY tbOte that hio'
is the place to buy for profit to-- themsolyes. •
Otiat 88 , , , BENTZ & OtO.
VINE OLOTHiNG TO OIiDER
AND DEADY MADE.
ISAAC LIVINGSTON,
No, aNORTH HANOVER ST
T invite the attention of my Old customers , and.
the public at lat..° to my Large and Brilliant Stock
otSUMMED CIOODS for Men, Youths' add Boys' wear.
My Custom. Department comprises the finest and
,mopt_aaltat.At tileilts and .tasalmpri,,:,while my
ready made Okiihtug is carefully and moot tastefully
gotten up.
I cannot antLivill not be undersold.
ISAAC LuniaßTON,
' No. 2Z, North Hanover St.,,Oarlielo.
N. D. Still soiling tho Florence Seviing Machines.
—l.4mitett"
B - 0 - VERP - 8
COMPLETE 'MANURE;
HENRY BOWER, 'Choinist,
==•11
Super-Phosphate of Lime An Monia Sr.
=
This manure coots ns aii the oleniouta to pro
duio largo crops okall kinds, and la highly rococo•
mended by all who UPO' it, alao by, distingulahod
chemists who I,a o, by analysis, contact lts qualit 'ea
Packed an page 01 200 l bs. each
DAXON,SUARPLESS
AGENTS,
IN South Water - & 40 South DelniVare Avenue,
M=!
ECM
WILLIAM REYYNULDS,
—79 Swath )Stroot;
And by dealers generally th ronhout the ceentry
For in lerenation,addreee-lienry--I.losrer,l'hll'e.
NATURE'S GREAT RESTORER
t3CREETZ'S.
•
, CELEBRATED
BITTER..COADIAL.,
This medical preparation le now offered to the
public ail a reliable s ubs ti tut e fur the many worth
ess compoudds which now flood therrearket._ It is
purely vesettble, composed of various herbs, gatli
ered from the. great etorehouscs„pi nature, -end
selected with tbb htmopt care.: It le not recom
mended 4H a Cunt Ati., but by Ha direct and salu
tary Inflective upon the' Heart, Liver lildneyn,
Lunge, Stemach and Bowels, Itacts both as a. pre
ventive nod cure for many of the dlsaasee to which
those organs are subject. Itla a 'inable batty
Medicine, and cab be taken by either. infant or
adult with the same beneficial 'results. It is a .
certain P rompt and speedy remedy for DIARRIVEA,
DYSENTERY, EILiWELCOMPLAINT, DYSPEPSIA,
LOWNESS SPIRIT, 'PAINTINGS, 810KILEAU
ACHE; &c. -Yor 41.,S and FEVERS of alt Muds,
it is far better and safer than quinine;, without
uni of tie pernicious effects. It creates an epee
tits, prevail 4 . pnweitful digester of food;
.and will
counteract the °fleets of liquor In a few minutes.
PREPARED BY
NOTION 9, MI
JACOB SOHF,FaZ Sole! Proprietor,
N. W. Cur, Ffitt and Race Stu , Phll;vra, ea
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS
20nov 68.1 i apeo
,
R . .1.1.
„ OVAL,
~ .
CLARK -& BIDDLE,
J'EW.F t LEW & SILVIMSMITEIS
liaviug iumuvud Q.OM
•7 Chestnut Street,
\•l,:P.".' mo
PHEIR N}4
W • BUILDING.
'',0.0 .CIIESTN IJT ST,
.PHILADELPHIA : ;
Ara Opening a large and new. assortment Ott!.
mond and othor Ono Sowslry, American and Swiss
Watchea; English Starling .Silver--Ware; Gorham
Electraplateri Wnro, Mantel Clock., As.,
,p•l6Jnne Mly ' • -
HERRING'S
PATENT CHAMPION -
FIRE AND BURGLAR BEGOE
S A IF-E
(With Dry
.#siar;e4 o th ri s a f i rV i Llegl w e
D U pdon .
310 .
. .oalverstello Pprig.
•
FARIIEL, HERRDIGI CD.,
629 OHEST6T STREET.
Hariek ' •
Cbas.Mathows,, ,
Cif3o. W. Myers. •
,Herring, Farr,ol, Sherpian, N2X94c
lierring& Co., Chicago..
Herring, & 0o.; New Oilcan's
- Dforu !]inn 90.000 rotquirio;e - seng din* ham
'and are now In neo; andoigi iIZ 14171DAXII. have
passed through accidental fires,' preserelnigAhely
contenteln,lente instances n here Pliny ofirts railed
1' ` •
pItOOND a¢ari BAJO of my own and otbermakere
bborii,oolroilyrpirt'pa?; for the linproied
Ilerringio Patent Champion,: (nettle at lo! prices.
18Juna 09.1 y
C ARRIAGES: '• ' + 0—""""'"." •
A t B' :8. . 1x7,51C
tiny° .now beini ht: qnrriage
okra err South And afrieta, •
-6AYMIAGE6,I.IIi g I 1.1,, ; , "..;; ; L
• .1
-1- I.2mIGGIEs • • -,
" 'IAP ADlct 4 7i 7 4. 6 9q 1 t .
f . a
EVE'CI CY IT W 04K,
r la
U p - eV'
'ofileF. t C o; o g.it up Ito) bistro work ,
, thillad•Out inibto ileatjon or th 6 otwatey. ) ,,,...tiotblug
.but the, very boat 't0...it...00g 1140 .. bUFIO, I !
rttgo u6t zrtilimsutrooturo.,', • , •
Mug gad Nit s ; irozpoy gtttugtit tO.
'.,00,ft• • •• ;
u~ ~:~rcsavt3l~:lt^"f7l'3~, 9:~K~
1800.'„su"', mFRIB6OI
Silks,. Oienadinei; Orginjs , iiwne, Piques, Japanese
beddidloxi.in.pFlels ofiedl Spring Goods! on band: •
-
...
oqtltiie balaneg
slll e.11;eo of in . y . ipriOg'll4p),c at•eott
to mako room for tiolryall !;loodit.
kinds of
DOMESTIC - GOODS;
BargOns In Ito iVbite Goode,
11 , 11,1 d Corded !hide lit 4Cle4 Corded 1111•40 . 4iiii,
yottetide, .60e., *an:e I • A'ty;
Ladleiltsee at.l2%c, i atitobettlO and:ll34e,
thenched bfuellde it 123,0. kind ‘ 4! • ,
•
aE p r'' rlea'thect defy competitlizn.::*fall ablortment
of Petiole, Sun trulkinlleiu, linos Starts
Corsets, kc., always on baud.
,al;Q.7'ilS AND, CASSIMERES.
Froth the Lowest Grade to tho Finest Yreich„
Having always taken the lead in this brkt;elVO
the Itisines4 I vould'vay I am baiter prepiu'adtl2,l2.
.easpn than over, to-meat the wishes ofall desiring.
• good artieloi ore ♦orpfnlr bargain
at the pbortast got!ce by a Liiatwfaas tailor. ,
-MOURNING C 0 . 00g
..• BOMB A. - 7, I NP. 3 ~
Pouch
BLACK ANC WHITL MIXTURES
Engnab Crave
iiqoarfk and long, Idscin full anabrttoout of Forma
Goode, for idiot' order, be promptly nod BRUN.
actornily filled
TABLE CLOTHS, ?i APE INS,
ItA lAIMORE,
EISCISSIeS, TAHLETONS, OdIdIIIIICS, de
As lam determined not to he undersold In nny
ting In our lino. All I ask In and Inspection of
our New Stock Just opeood. I can convince yo
that, my gcmds aro chei4p.
LT- GREENFIELD
co t 4
,
Furniture nil ♦arietles arA ;Styles of Foreign
and DoraestleManufitcosre, froth the finest rosewood
and fifahoglot to the lowest priced maple and pine
. .
• Parlor,
Chamber,
Dlntng•room,
'Kitchen and
• 'Office
• Embracing every article timed by.llouse and Ilotel
keepers, of b e Mart approved auTfashionable design
and flufeh. Including also Cottage furniture in setts
'adoption and Camp Chairs Mattress., Gilt frames,
pletures, de:; As: •
441•Tarticu kir attention given as usual to funerals
orders from toot eon country, Wonted to proinptly ,
and on'moderate' firms. •
SPECIAL ATTENTION PAID TO TIIE SELECTION
OP 'WALL PAPER.
Se * BANKERS, tb
N 0.35 SoIiTHTHIRo STREEI
PHILADELPHIA.
ERAL kENTS
0 0 ,_PENNSYMANIA
v ? 4 TRAi NEIN''S°
Of THE''
A d, IgEttlai i . :
fittli Wit7
UNITED .;STATES CIF AMERICA.
TDe NaTIONAL Lit X 111•01W•01 COIMAIIT 11 •
ribrpOratlon allartereq Dr ipuolel An• Cougreda.tp
proved Jai) , 25,1068,111 th e ,
oesg,eurtu, $1,09,000, FALL PAID.
Worst terms offered to d,Wents and !lodation, who
u Invited to analyst our °mut: r
Fall particulars toboth ad on applleiti lad at oar offloo,.
kMated In the ammod,story or opr Danktng Home,
where Circulars 'and Pamphlets, rally' d semi Mar the
tdvantages offered_byllis Oompany,may be had.
CLAJERRE dc .00., ' •
B.
, •
s.
Cashier let National -Bank, AgentSo
Carlirde; Pa.''
415: '.HOORSICIATS; 1.115
. . _
has Rontoved bfallanutantory and daleatooms to -
f.
111,6i70E8T,IART
Where bla "Own 'of ClhaMpfon Hoop Skirtio
eepetially adaptod to prat Class Wholesale and ,for'
fad ffrado.,will ,o fonod to embrace rho most exteur„
aesortmont In the Don), and tho latest nod
moat damnable styled, Shaper 114ngthe and Siverv2
2y,23g, 23. yards round, of /ludo )ud Gored Pas:
lore. Walking Shirte,, Reception „ Trill a,' de., db., 4 ,1
getber vslth over ninety dlfforont va caul of MMus
and Chirdiento Skirts; all of which 'for e,vn
goo inloiWor
etar, ni fl u n i leh .;o llt;h . to i et darabilit
. sinr i tl e t
gar and arewlgo c ntiri d linaPoyvo°ry other
t ' Marti
'made loorddr Altered; and Repotted, Wtooloaalo and'
EMI !Wolof Low Ibicoll Eaatertt ade ElMlrts, l ls
'Springs, 86 Ceti I 20 Sprldge, 45sConts; 25 Springs
65 Cents; BO /lOWA 015 Cents; and ed Springs, 76 ,
COIPETS PQRSETA I Oditarr i 67 di ff erent
aryls', Slid Oleos, from 75 beats to ;LOS, embracing
R. WOrileyr l lliaokelp "(load Wittlute 'Madam Hoyls
tOorsot Skits Supporters; Alrs, , Bloodes Valeta 'Belt ,
Affinstlng,stilosninnl7
_Corsets Brunch, Modish add
Donnell!) Iland.olude duporior ffrondb
'Ps'td`roll of Cloteti Obtrotri "bur Otto Make," to tvlllah
pe imettssoapsofil attention:.; ,• ti
Comppto
oq' (tissue. g4 die e YPd °r Glan i 1 IV: 1 1;
tbolaTlTTlAlit PANTO6I ,
'ffiltd6LE• SEWING P14e111518% , superior to shy ,
ottior Wily° lllSPolillfb lift,l4yro of these Np1.;),61/•,
qa Soo floch,ar 'Often awaylio rear
ouitontir 6idri gat"tuonfi fnttbditced. Every
t Stunt tri tartiolwlm, our lino, Should exam.
ollf,gooklieforo ..puvrhaidpg, 'elsewhere, Calla t
loud ,for circa are, et our itspufire t tory 10311 Ball?
.rooms, No . 111 Ma
il6UtlX 6 6= • 41QUINNI
,
I,t 1
.1'i'.t . 'w,:,.1.: -, }., - ,9::..ti:v.•§ . . , ,-._,.,
Poplige
MEE
SIMMER PANTS
GRAIN BAGO,
=2
Sinn . MADE' TO ORDER,
CRAPE VEILS' AND COLLARS
_BLACIi TriIIET SHAWLS,
TA BL - E 'LIN ENS,
TOWELS, L1N4 , 13; M A RSAII,LES,_
C«' P I WAS,
LT.S„ , BLUEA_DE,
NAINBOdKS, INDIA TWILLS,
REMEMBER THE PLACE,
No. 4. .East Alain Street:
IS=
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I=
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C. , 8- ItEPlWlt'pr,
EIT
- yv - ,...i::',1ii'.....if0 xi.,ii.:.is s. , „, Ti
MIMI
-.l::irL;.Y u..
etiMUItaIiD i rSEILEY
o II•861
ME
After Nonilay,Septcniber 14th, IRo6,Pasten-,
ger,Trolwo will rtinially,aa j fellows,cltundaya
''Arttitsretattett.Takill 1445,04 ilarrisburg 6,00,A„
M. Meohaulesimrs 8,93, Carlisle. 9,10, Newville 9,451
Ship.ierlabufk 10,19, ChenibersbWro 101414 Gresperapo.
,t 16511,14 , attiviwg,at Mossrstown 1142 A. M.
Mattlltant 144445 Harrisburg 1,80 P. M., Mecb4Xvi
fdlibilfg 2,02, Carlisle .2,34, N Tale 11,10,13bl:we
,I.::::113,1111 4 1:1 0 14 t i=rs 6 bx$4 . 1il l root: e asti 4 . 56, Mr_
11, :ir9E11 , ,C WAIN leavea Unrrlelopurg 4,16 1 617
Mechaniestpwrg 4,4l,'Carlltle 6,17, NetTvlll4 B,s9b
,l3laliptetieblirgw 0,174 t arriving 44 OhambersburA t:t h
ZDR Takla 144445 ohimtersburc 8,05 ,A..5L,
, 814.540454110 9,25, arrlyingpf,liagerstown 10,10 AIM
.ACCOUSIODATION Tstalif 145444 Ohnual4roburg 4,45
M.,9l:lpperisb,urg 5,14, Norville 6.45, Carlisle o,'
111,11fellarliesbbig 0,47, &living' Itt Ilarilebutg 1,16
r
Atelltnitiritaves 10115tirstiiwn ' t'00 A:`6l4-bieen
cheith 8155, •Ohara4r).4ool4 o,lo.lBh4i4spebttrg 9,40,
Norville 10;14, Carlisle 10.50, Meehanlhabur2 •11,24,
'arHilhg 'at Harristinrig• 11,66 ,
Arran:l3'l:AM ' , leaves Ilagerstiwd, 1,55 '
O rtionctistib' 12,23, Chatabdrfittarg'l,oo; ShlppentbArg
11,92, Dhaw41111,2,05, parllsl4 45, prech49lcabar4 0,12,
rrivin2 at 11arrleburg 9,44 P. 111. 7.
' 61 rx en ' TRAM 'Waved . lingarstownai,o6, P. M.
Urperi4mtle 4,1; ,4crivt9g at ,013aphprapurg 6,05
. .
wirsll along c loss connection a at. Tlarrlsbarg with
trains to.rind from Plilladeljihia.,Now York,
more; Washington and' MUM:mtg . .
BorpuriTztuarrr'is Orrice, i 0. N, LTILt:
bliambarabOrg, Pa, Ma) , B,'lBBB. 'J Snyt:
" 16ma8-88. . • t • ,
I}ADINQ:RAIL'~•ROAD.:,
SUMMMItiABREIXGENT.
MONDAY, 4.P11111,271-1869.
GOAT TIMNR' '1:151E TIME North and,
North• West fonPhiladelphlar l'iow York, :Reading,
Potuivllle, Tainaque, Ashland, Shamoklo,"Lebation.
Allentown; Eintoh, l l4lhratai' LRAM, Lancaster, COl.
:arable, 4.,,fte, ry 1
Trains leave Harriebtireffir 'Nth! Ybilliteloiionrif,
At 2.35, 5.20 i 8.10; A. 31,, /MO, 1500n1;2.01 1 ' and 10.66
P. M., connecting with similar Trains on -the.
'Pentisylianta tirriVlng at New-York
at., 0.48,1A6 Al., 11;48 Noon, 8:60; .0.45 0.30 P. AL,
and .6.00;.A. M., rempecttully.; Sleeping Oars actor&
- patting,
• 6.20 2.35,.A. '511.„. and '10.65',' P. M., trains
et ' •
ve Uakrlaburgfot , Readlno,;Pgttavllloi ' Tad.o -,
qua, n siinernvillel, „Ashland, Shamokin Pipe Gro.te.
AlleptOwn and Philadelphia; at 8.1.0yA:151., and 2.00,
sad 4.10, P. 51.; ittdpeingiit loitanorranit Principal
'Way Statlonte, the4.10;P.51, train making 'connec
tions- for
,Philadelphia. and, and
only." Pot
Potts Ville, Schuylkill traVen and 'Auburn Yin Aellnyl
-klikand-Suscrnehaarevitailitrittilmibtrliiferlabitit.
830 P. 51. .lieturning Leave
,New York at 0.00,
51,12.00, Noon and 5.05 and 8.00 p. Al.; Philtidel:
,
phla at R 10 A. Al. .and 2.38 P:ALZ cars
iteceintiarilng the 0.0044. - 51: and 5;05, and'B.oo P. Al.
trains , from New. York, without change. • :
• Wps ,parsanger ,Tralu'leavea PhSladelphla A.•
51., connecting with similar 'train On East Penn.
MylVatia'Riiilroad; returning from Reading at 6.30 P,
,Al.; Stopping at all:Stations: dears Pottsville at 7.30,
and 8.45 A. Al. and 2.45. P. M. 511.4 , 100 u at '& 25
10.35 11;51. Ashlaiul 7'06 A. 51 '12.23 'boon, Tam
alrtia at 8.30. A. 51. 2.20 P. M., for 'Philadelphia
and Now York: . , • • •
, Learn Pottsville via S chuylkill and Susquehanna
Rail Road' t 7.00 01. for liarrhtlihrg, nud 11.90 A.
M. for Pine 0 rove and Tremont; • ' '
• Reading Accominodatten realm; 'Leaves Reading,
at 7.30,.A. Si., returning loavrs Philadelphlv at 5.16
P.' hi. - '
Tottatoivri Accbmnimlatlon Train, 'Leave., Lotto.
town - at 8.25. A. M. returning learnt Philadelphia at
4.00,,P, M. '
Columbia Rail Roail Trains - 1[68.141 Renting 7.00.; A.
M., and 6.16,,,,P. M. for Ephrata, Litlr„. Lmuramter,
9olumbia - ; .
, Perklomen Rail Road TralnsleaVe Perklenten Juno-
lion at 0.00. A. M. nod 001'. M., lieturnlngl,: Leave
_Skippack at:8,15,A. 51., and 1.00 P.:51., connecting
with shiftier trul an 01121eadinr; ( tall ROMA. '
Cin Sundays:. Leave 'New - York at 8,00, P. 31.
Philodolphla 8.00, A. 51; and 3,15; 31.. the 13.00.0,
11. Train running only to • Reading; Potisvillu 0.00:.
A. - 31%, Ilarrispurg 520 A. 31. 4.10 and 10.55, , P
31., And lOadlngat 12.55, midnight 2.54 end 7.16 A. 31.
for 11o1r4borx. at. 12.55 nud 7 05. A. 31, for Now
York and at 0,40 A. M. and 4.25 P. 51. for P4llad-'
tplita. _'
C(Tmin diationTlilngagd7Se4son, School Ind Exclt
lon Tlrkets, to nod fr . orrpall poi nts: a t reduced ratca,
Baggage checked through; 100 pounds allowed each
• O. A ~N !CULLS,
7nny69
Wheeler&Wilson's
. PAUNUUUS
SEWING MACHIN - ES !
At the gteut napoeition. Paris, 3.867
Awarded the Highest Premiums
over 82 .Competitors
THE PEOPLE'S VERDICT
nui SALE, OF TUIS WORLD RpowNgi
- MACHINE ARE 100,000 thtlIAT.ll.ll
THAN ANY . OTIIERZ
• TELE GRAND: TRIAL-
Daily urn 'Throughout the world, Were ONLY antic
MERIT gains favor, and 81.1PERIOErrY wins the race.
The 'Wheeler k Wilson stands triumphantly the
Champion and Leader over all othe'rs by the verdict
:of therpeGple..
We claim no merits 'that we cannot sustain by
living, and reliable witnesses. We tamed upon our
own REAL ITORTO, without'declaim log agatrist other
companies. We claim to. have improveduente 'for
sewing that we know cannot be eXcelied, and in
many'noints that no other company dare compete
with.' No other company ma chow en 11141:4 :Ing , -
chlneti that have been-in daily use for the length
of time asr , we ran., for the proof hi this . , look . at'
the ninnbirs that ArE:01) Ouch machine The
and W Been -Sewing Machine le the Rich Man's
Best Friend, and the Poor.li Oman's Truld and Com
forterer, for no other company can kelt on as liberal
apd easy terms as we..
ICE
The poor 1 - COMan can get li4self a' Na
chine, and afterwards vay for it.
No Alacpof is paid for until
.Partics are fully saris
• . fled. - Congtant use '
only.increases
thc , •,worth • s .
of our
" •
"JuL*-z.,tc,,3PL - JcPa . m:;.•
. Elevellar ladies In Ceilislo'nlio "fats 'used' our pt
chlites flpmpix , to 'twelve y earil,,say "They 'consider
Ahem better In every ,upint,,then when new, • and
there Inept a.. garment wore In thb 'hirollY;"tibin
light all Swiss It beaky as 'Beaver clbth, Mist they
lave not reade , Ortellady.kays. 0 1 have dewed for
'three, years end -payer. brobq a needle" We can
furnish natnes,and residences of respOnsible entice
Who' an subtain'all l qe ' • :I''• , t•
' Thd unsigned ate a.dewof in any who Inive the
Wheeler and Wilson Sewing Machines, la Carlisle,
end lonFth ottlme they halo boon' In constAnt
. • "
• Mrs: 3 . :l3:llavdrstick, " 14 yeivs
•.' . 12 "
- - •
" Rev. Dr. Wing, 11' "'
'R - 110.`Wondward, 1C "
Stnitett, • 8
Pe e bles,.' , 4 •
MiefiDaroline 2kei 1:
''"'- Vrtoircon ztwp .9 . 4
, • , q L . . Sterrett; , (Diekinnoii, wp. a, , „
'lnetinetteas'givencfree'efochalgei and tdochlhei
;choortdpintiorrii to MP' who caWat
;10tIrinery.Otoio, 20 North. Ifentriel erget, Car ,
halo; , rrikps. and 'styles , trinnit sry . cnetemer.
Machtneh:dehtered- to tat phinteln Onnaborland and
hiljoinlng•Foinittpok6 rif 'Orr* ;charge. • ; ;
1',V4.P.1§1.14:45t CA4{;" . O n l,TpR, Gen. egts
• • • .t.•
PI'hIA4 , 22I2TIVIIIMETICAILRIBBUItG;J
• J. 3fi , FULII . IrE Ri the °eV. ?
.eutliorizeil Skgerits &In Carlisle.
3051ar.604y
Visiig 63-Ii
~ _
ald i . £ 1. , :-"..• • NW'. ;dool3fEk. , 18013:1
ji 141' — ' iii l iVtl t
~.,i ,d flow opaning”t r optic assor in n o
.BRD,INO AND 3 fltd?tt Elf qpnti inogght to Oarliala
alnpa thp.war. Owing to, iiii,maaf 'lloilo. in prides
awing tbot)ast tem 'replica; ana r giW., en,bDial Pi of.,
,tog grapp,lnducemontg taappfitiiiyotgal l
lOn fo'' ,
ptoak hap keen purchasejkat4tia t ptdapat lbw 11 ad ,
pN
4.lt;iglifiit otai4o;#pgic:,..,;:.,. ,•,•A •
..,i
'•CfodeDoLainos ht N' 16,'18; 20426 V '7' , I
~-, , !,•1 ,I_.•_,y, `.‘ AIV • - . ''''' l '''' ( •
muffins at 7 , 10;12 4;441
~.14•.'
~ .•! . ,11-... . ,-Ef iti
, Y/1.17..Di It E s,44';:,i'q'Vrarp.B..
d. • • , • •
STYLE ' 1rit.V1 . 0p9:0 1 , 3 fbr Ladies In
'BroAt , nod very epop;;,, • Pll ;.!,
.
t
•-i 1•"•Cloth9, Oft,, „i,
orw.sib,,tottuitadee, .110, , df ltelydeScl(ptlbt Tan'
'44nonly,'Atow, Table 4.,lndinii Torejo t
I ~.11141180djindiles, nod Vpreakli t
Anallookrorole, Vy,
ficitßialy. 0140V4 gre(tr, vmrett.7,
, A t , ':lv,tl,ll . t. :Il
6 :.V0F1111 INGIUCCODIECIPS..
I coif/Ile/9160 gharfa ,114/ 9 1411if 44,9rtmein °VA:,
oinitteoodli. . • .
,Wriobtitt 11 ‘041
ait do* out kow41014;00',
worcloieno, ;11r r • .
Loqk 6 0 for berialni at .be Olte ? CladczEito to
Btr"4 naaPl
! 1
" J4112+ , 1 , 14 ~ 1 1'
;nod vt"l, •, ' '
, • • - ,•
&g4kzr_&.i.k..;4ioNg44's.
•
• ,
'briky friar - to.:hi natural
'Vital'ity
di:dressing 'which is
tit onde.agreeshle,. heal
,eiTeptual for
‘ irdseriring the hair
Birddd '1)1-'144' hair is ,
soon restdried/o its origi- •
ial. o ign With .the gloss
trsshness of., youth.
li"thickened,
falling checked ,
_lncL, .I:oldness • often
thonili not', always,' au'red its use.
erur:.restbre Whore
ititil'oilicles are destrAged;:. l 6l: - tblii glands
atrp s phiod.and"decaye6 'But'sneii 4 as re- _
rdain 'elan for ulicittiliiesli'by this
'the hair
with Ca•pasty sildirnetit, it 4111 keep' it clean
and , vigorotis.i - 'accaiiienal"'ulie
iiroient the ''from' turning 'grrsc
falling : off, , •en'd" 'prevent
Tree' froal =those. deleterious,
sUbstandes hichliiaket h'irio4freparations
dangerous and injurious hair, the
Vigor ban enl,yb 9 fiofl,t hist' ha it.
wanted I'4
„
t: IL A R • •to SI PP ,
ilopilnk °lib'epn bo
9Ontairfirig'o . c4h6r ,f?A!ig:':4YO",,,lVdoes not
soil. white cambric, : and yet lasts long on
tha hair, giving .it. , a; rich glosdy luStro and
"and a grotOfill
roi q ed, by. C. 'Xyer,:& Co.,
ritieriCAt 2iNDAxtlyrrcA> Cial ISTS
LOWBLL. , ILEAAS.:
F0.et, 68 4T-i : .
FotrD4 'of the thrbat end - such as
boUghs,,Colds; NOooPint Coitgh, ' bronchitis,
• , intlisna; and
-I'rebebly -- n --1-.4 4`r6rerill' while history of
, medicitid. beti tWything'ulori SO Widely sod so
deeply. twon the Itotilideog mankind, as this
- ex,cellent, remedy., for, pulmonary, •cumplaints.
Through a long seileit of 'years, and , aniong - mont of
the races of men iv lik , riatiri 'higher 'dhd higher
in theirestirnation; nett has beiorne better known.
4ta uniform ehoractor rtnt4powor to cure the" varl
• ens affectlond of thequnas skid throat, have made
as A 'reliable protecler against them: , While adapted
. to milder forme of disease and to young children,
it^le at the seae too e the moist ,effectual remedy
that an be 'given ' for IncipTent
~ e onsumption,
'tied the dangerous' idTdetione of the thinat And
Wogs- ,he a provision agreluet2 sudden attack of
Croup, It should be kept on hand in overy
nod' indeed '0,411 are sometinVes 'auhject - to colds
and coughs; all should' be provided • with , this an-
Wets, fur them; t ,i ,
Although - settled.Cod.rumption,
is thought lama
Ole, stall Is great number Of caies tilt - See the dis
easokekned settled, liWee heeli completely cured,
and ihe patient restOred to awn. (health by the
Cherry Pectoral. co its 'mastery over
the diaordtire of the Lungs and Throat, that the
most obaltuale of theta yield to 'lt. , aeth
lute else.couldreatlithomonider tiler Cherry. Pec
toral tio(t . Falmide awl disappear.
Sinners anti Ptirdic Spedkerifind'great p lotoetion
, fi4Ml 4t.
Asthma is always relievg2l and often eeholly mod
by It.
Cibu Supl
„J f
OW ZO3,t6VIIBTORED.
JrhWiiiihtilled;l% non' odltion 0
fl~Upr. Nutypg`yi 021't4,Oelebrato
BBRy b o the t:acateht Mire (without
, r hhiledieirlOOt UhritrthrOlirKlL, or Som.
3110 iirelihhoh, )lhvoluntury poinigo Loeaoe, 11[•
Impodl•
4Mota to marriage, ate.; also Qmpplepelon, EPILETar
and Rucong l icag by phipiMiligonch'or sexual CC*
) .11 _P. ' •
, ;emmtnealnuthoVAlV7M;nalikilCrablne essay,
• ohnrh, ' ftOPl it:thirty ,yeikrit'hUccessiul
Fr/tattoo,' That alarmitig'COhboguance, of melt
mey_be tadlaally 0 1141 WlLittOuti tho gauger.
t ode Ase i laf,lo temil al moOcktio or-the.Unlfo; pointing
'Otte4i *Oda ot - OhrN itt..6oth hilifillih , bottalu, and et-
ml . an:nry ontrorer, no mat
ter 'na We collation% nal onye himself
.41 ,172V i ge t tt l ig l e l lt d ould . belkiWilVande of every
egial tai QIN Miele
' 11 ( r Isis ” V * ); pTfU I j rIAP I PAVIR' t o ° r ta u ; ip a mt
;•„v„,bip - 01gagly;Le. , (4gyerwiJIJIPMertiage
Bpwerr,Now York, PoApilltri s ficaj,
•
•••••• 1 4, Wr •
Ayer'.s CO:11y'
Bronchitis le generally ;Aired. by tokln, th•
Cherry .ractoral iy othell end frequent closes. •
So generally are Its ri rtuev knt.Kn that we need
nnt publleh the rettlflentb of 'them, here. or ,do
.renre thahlosur - e . the publle,thnt Ito qualltlen are
fully maintained.
•
•
Aver's Ague Cue,'
For Fever •aud Ague, ihtermitteut Favor, II
.Fever, llteull!tent.,FeYor,..D,urob.Agne, Perlodise!
,or 11 111lous Fe von be., and indeed all the Mime -
Lions which arise from malerious, marsh, or
r miasmatic. poisons.
- A. Its narocimPlles, it dasii•Cltrej 'and. does -nob
all;'Ochilaining•nidther Ltrieutle; Quinine, Bismuth,.
Zino nor tiny other mineral or .polsorrous substance
,soa toyer, :t In nowise, injures. any patient. The
number end importance ; of its cures It the ague.
• ellstrrets, are literally beyondaccaunt.' abd we be
.llefe wlthrut a parallel .In the hlstozy of Ague
.medicine. Our .pridels frrritified by the acknowl
edgments, roe receive o f the radical curer effected
In - Obstinate ene.s.•and•irbefe other remedies had
wholly. &Hod. •
Ilunceliruuted percque,..,elthpr reeldont or
travelliCv tbrntar.h zulaszuntjc loenlltloe, nlll be
pintretPd by VA Inc the 'crOUe cure dully.
For Liver .Clcripluintr .° rlaluu front torlddlty - or
the LUer. k it it ion excollont., retoedy, pro Uunlng.
warts, truly r, tunrke . hle cures, Irhoie Other Inedl,
'elnex hod
' Prepare by Cr. J. C• Ayer. Co., Praelleal al] 4
Analytical chellasta, Low all Maas,, au aoi4 all
r ound 'the a orb!.
PRIC:R 41,60. PER BOTTLE:
EMT
DAVID STROHM,
W. D. SPDII/41SLIal,
.TOEIN Wt STI2OII*
NEW and r 4 OIOELAft.
RO 0 T , ,
TRUNK . AND j:TAT STORE,
Soo:th,Haaoror- , Street;' Carlialo
a tea doors !loath or lohorfq Darner.'
have jolt opened the largest and bent stook
of BOOTS and 81101,1 S evac offered In Carlisle and
contituuralment,dAklytb receive such geode in our
line an everybody wants.. ' •
• - - Gur id.oek - kind. and varieties et
Wontan'ahlinme and Chile', strong Leather Shoe.,
Womeri's Misses; aud,Child's Lasting Griner,
Wanton's Glove Kid Turkey and french Morocco.
Ideri'sind 1103'. Calf, Buff and Kip Boot..
'6ldn'a and: Boy's 1..a1f and ,Buff ,Cuagrons Gaiter
liten's And Boy 'slanting Gaiters and Brogans.
lilim's and Boy's' Calf and Ruff 'Oxford Tien, dun
Sandals, Routine and Overshoes.
Men's and Women's Boat Welt and Carpet Slipper
Mon's, Boy's and Child's Fur and Saxony -late.
Trn aka of alt slues add. prices • ,
Travailing Bags, Fnichels and rEnCOS, together with
a pritne lot ol BOGUS which, we wilinell to cult the
•
Quigic sALus ?d , rp, SMALL U2{OFITS - 15 OUR
MOTTO.
,
-Theeoforein Issuing enr.eard it.ls Wended as a
pArsopal invitation , to all , need as call and
look through our 'sttio( ',natant foeang•under
otll
gations to lumuniewmulted In quality }ad Isle 4.
Ira shall toivays . try, to deal witk every •L• In a
straight forvard:roanaer,'sud 'give every custom° ,
a full aqui velaLt far his money., 'ffa topo au nill
itimsrlYierots their 'Litt opport•aity I. r
nod Rea
&TETON!! Jr OPONSLN9
oAprll e9.ly
is 69.
11 . AR,, p WA:il E •
ri,lei . *,*ly.' B''',,. XT• o N ,
, 10
EA S i il I(}it': §' irl ET ,
Carlisle, Pa
Wholesale and dealtii In 'llardware. Iran.
:teal,. Nall., Building Meterlale,. Pahlte, 011.,
Plarts.&c: ~• • , •
• Elneht 'qpalley% Mail-Icon 'end Pooket
hOd Tattle- Cutlery, , •
Every description of Toole-adopted fee all Me
elaaplcal•Tyades.of the most celebiaiod maker., and
warranted toferY Instance: •
"Guns. Platoli andiftinmunitie*.7 7 - -
! • ,
•P',U P "
fo- any depth warranted 'to glye satisfaetlen
Ontatitii, 3; 1 1
~--• ,
Illa.ting Powder, •
, ,
ilhovele;!;`1 •
41 1 14.0 •
Pocky, '
01.61. - -bare;'
&o.
1111
' ' FARM 1111Lhi, PLOWS, ~01141101,
$ Stu ,
' 9 l.7 l 2rat A
r a ec ' elVl:gme l ertfils r .tic " 's'iroat" futSritrige
both !uprise and quality. ;
ilousekeepors„tlesce,luni,, 14V .. .fe11s In great
'I I .FP? t Y; • 'J./ • •
.I r i.i.)l,Bo,sTszg / Actg#-T5. ,,, p08 .793 E
'"011:VAT-71J.VI: E•CONONiZER'_ •
• PAIONT'IIIOMLIMeR .)17.BATHEIt-BTRIPPRiG,
y addhted Yoors andlilndows.
Wo feel ourselves competent of pleasing _aU ee
slur goods me Of the high est In and karat
AllY , ric*, -tit .V
btrfil#l kra?7!P!„,aYelitioli:74,oodi,
, Tartlet gillehjda tO L ubwfor. :18 . 68 . 4 . 111 please be
..promptlu tlielopayuint. tat‘,alll to, whom wears
..1,,,,,,f,F117._;,,,P7,,,a!1i11ait_n,..19,1r8Abx11w1e.N"
II
1869.
111111