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CARLISLE, APRIL 21, 1870
• On 'Fridak last as tho''ltorimen; •iirore
engaged in erecting the new hOuse of
, Mr. Ilinesmith, on North Hanover street,
the scaffolding fell and injurod Wilson
Lamisdn, a bricklayer, severely.
Mr. William H. Gregg, Clerk .of the
Market. desires us to announce_that he
will, within the next two weeks, test the
weights, measures, beams, scales, &c:, of
the dealers of Carlisle. _Persons buying
any of these articles can have them tested
at the weigh room of the Market House.
We notice our recently 'appoinred
Street Commissioner, Elias Donnelly,
busily engaged in cleaning - the various
streets of, our borough. This is a move
in the proper direction, and by so doing
will prove a proventitive against coutag--
lints diseases, caused 'by the accumula
tion of rubbish, filth, &0., during the
The officers of the Grand _Encampment
of Pennsylvania are on a tour of instruc
tion through this jurisdiction, and will
meet the members of Carlisle and Big
Spring Encampments, in Carlisle, on
Thursday evening, May 1, 1870, -at eight
o'clock, in Odd Fellows' 'gall. All who
are members , of the Patriarchal Order
are invited to be present on that occa-
The National House, coiner of South
Hanover and Walnut streets, has been
leased by Mr. N. W. Woods, and is now
open for the accommodation of visitors
who desire a healthy % and pleasant visit
dtring the summer months. The house
has been refitted and refurnished. Per
manent boarders taken on reasonable
terms. Mr. W. has hail considerable
experience in the hotel business, and will
spare no pain 4 to furnish first class ac
commodations to all who , may favor him
with a call.
Pouring the past eight or ten days Mr.-
ployees of the Western Union Telegraph
Company have been engaged in — placing
poles and wires on North Pitt street,
preparatory to removing them from North
Hanover street. This, we believe, is a
very desirable change, as great difficulty
has' been experienced by the operators, in
the transmission of messages heretofore,
owing, to the wires coming in contact
with the limbs and branches of the trees
which _ are so numerous on - Hanover
street. By this change of base" the
difficulty is nearly, if not entirely over
The colored citizens of Carlisle and
vicinity intend having a celebration and
parade on Tuesday:next, in honor of the
ratification of the Fifteenth Amendment.
The U. S. Garrison Band has been en
gaged for the occasion. In the evening
there will be a meeting in Rheem's Hall,
when addresses will' be delivered by emi,
nent ZpeakerS; It is the wish of the
managers to have- as large a turnout as
possible, and we : would ask our Republi
can readers in the surroundirig townships
to inform 'all colored men whom they
may meet of the celcbration,, and urge
their Presence. -
We were shown, an invention, called
" Zimmerman's Conibined Bag Holder,
for farmers, ode or - the
,most useful in.
ventions we• have seen for some, time.
By intans of it the bag' is held while•
measuring the grain, and when filled
weighed corroctl? without moving, and
then trucked where wanted. Mr. John
Early .is agent for these machines for
Dickinson, West Pennsboiough and Penn
townships, and Mr. Lewis Robinson, for
South Middleton township.
The followin, officers, of Marion Coun
cil, No. 88,:of Jr. 0. U., A. M., were in
stalled 'on Tuesday evening, April 12,
1870: A. B: Spangler, C. ; J. Q. Thomp
son, V. C. ; J. E.. Bixler, R. S. ; J. Aa
kow, A. R. S. ; E. J. Gardner, F. S. ; E.
E. Early, Con. ; Charles Rhoads, W. ; A.
L. Connelly, I. S. ; Charles Rhinehart,
0. S., by B. K. Spangler, D. S. C., of
Senior Order, appointed by D. S. C., A.
C. McKee, of Junior Orde'r of Harris
To the Editor of The Carti sk Ilerted
I sec, in'Tooking, over your paper, the
name of B. E. Spangler, of Carlisle, as
a candidate for the nomination for-the,
office of Sheriff. A. more unflinching
and hard Working 'Republican cannot be
found in the party, and if working for
the good of the party is essential to
a nomination,- then Mr. S. should re
ceive it. _ From all I can h;,arn in travel-
ing around, he will have the almost
unanimous support of the loiver end of
the county., LOWER ALLEN.
D. A. Sawyer hes arrived with a splen
did new stock of Spring and Summer
Dry Goods, purchased at present gold
prices. Mr. Sawyer possesses advanta
ges over,other- merchants in mit *Mg
encumbered with old, goods, bought at ,
high prices, and in `having his 'brother,
W. C. Sawyer, in -Philadelphia, in the
wholesale trade, who is-always Posted in
the markets. EveribOdy should eitaiu-
Me this now stock of goods, as great bar
gains can be had and , numey
Read the advertisement.
During the warm months nothing la
more pleasant than a drive on some well
shaded road. Such a one we have from
here to Mt. Holly. In addition we have—
n first class summer resort, kept by the.
Messrs. Mullin. They are adding a third
story to their building—finding neces
sary from the increased number of ap
plications for Summer boarding. Any
of our readina who perposo' visiting a
watering , place daring the Sumnier
months, should by all moans go to Holly,
as they will find all the comforts of home,:
and none of the disadvantages attending.
,most of 'the fashionable' resorts. of the.
The Council of American Mechanics,
organized in this place last August, has
been growing very. rapidly. Although
one of the youngest lodges ,-, in tho'town,
'it stands, in „regard to numbers, the
second on the list-now numbering Up-
Wards of one hundred and thirty Mem
bers. They will Compare- favorably, in
'every respect, with those of any lodge
wo haVe, being composed, generally, of
our working, progressive, and energetic .
artisans. The. atteridsoce at its meet
ings is' always 'large, the 'brothers all
seeming to take a deopintereat in the
work,: and tif'earry its teachingi into
practice in their ,daily ,Some time
during the month of June the Council
propose bolding Faiito"raise mOtoiy
for the, troasuryvand to, put., them in
gogd condition financially—their
penses..in starting laving beeitheavy;
We hope Or:citizens will giie liberally
to this object, as it is a Worthy one, and
will;iundoubtedlY, be of benefit R'' the
tonics of . - ulanyof our tOWlnunen, • '
' We noticS Mr: '.Andrew Dlpiry of the
tlrm of , William Blair & Bon, grocers, is
erecting a brick dwelling honso on Han.
gyor street, near South. Lt. 3
Q'Brion'il brandCirairaii and •z
orb). will exhihit in! Clarlislo,, Friday/
the twenty-ninth da' of April. We
Would ball partieular attention.to the; td
vortisement i of . this groat .exhibition,
which appears in'anOther:colinim..__The
exhibitionis strictly moral, thee being
no circus performance connected with
this slioWi.thifs -ozelocling-'whatever is
nfiensive to the moral taste, and convic
tion of many. All who wish to,see,, the
denizens of the forest, of allAiti:i : tebf:the
world, and the greatest display of wild
animali over brought to this Couniii, •
without being shocked by the, offeusivo
and demoralizing, performance always iii
connection with exhibitions of this kind,
will now have the opportunity of doing
so. Keep in Mind, that this, is strictly a
moral aliibition. Admission 50 - e:'ents';
children under 10 years, 25 cents. Two
performances daily—afternoon and oven.
ing. Doors open at one and seven o'clock
The Grand Dress Ball of the Cencnlo
- Tribe of ,tho, Independent Order
of Red Men, given last Monday evening,
at Rheees Hall, with a very decided
success. There was a very large attend
ance, the music was exquisite, the danc
ers were numerous, and the festivities
were prolonged to a very late hour.. In
the way of enjoyment,, no improvement
'could have been ,desiied; while in ti.finaii-
Nal view, we suppose, the success was
also complete. In addition to those who
belonged to the Order, or who wore
dMwn thither by direct association, we
noticed many of our most prominent
citizens. Merchants, bankers, &actors,
lawyers, printers, and editors were pres
ent in abundance: All looked happy,
and all will( doubtless, remember, for
many days, the pleasure and fun that
abounded at the hall. May wo soon
have another, and may our Indian
friends always meet similar encourage
ment, and have as great enjoyment I
There was one thing.which added
greatly to the ordinary attractions of
such occasions, The ball was given.un
der the auspices of a secret society, that
is supposed to have 'some political
strength. Our friends, the politicians,
made this discovery, of course, at a very
early date. 'They put their information
to immediate use. They wore at the'
ball, of course. Not for any selfish, or
mercenary 41xpose, to be sure. But
then,. as they were politicians, and as
such were accountable for the welfare of
this great and glorious Republic, it was
their bounden duty to shed the light of
their countenances on all rational
amusements. The gentlemen came
early, and stayed late. They compli
mented the ball, the Red Men, the men
who were n't, red, the ladies, the danc
ing, the music, the hall, the gaslight,
: everything else, directly or - , indj
redly, belonging to the Order.
Theso gentlemen danced somewhat,
although 9ioir dancing added little to
their comfort, or that of their
It showed, however, their heroioVeter
mination to suffer all things Air the pub
lic good. They watched each other
closely, and, incessantly, and though no
word escaped them to betray that they
feared, "or disliked their rivals, still al
most every one' imagined that the ball .
woukThave ha more attractions to each.
if all the others had been unavoidably
absent. Entirely 'disinterested
selves, we hope that every ono gained
many acquaintances, and much strength
by their attendance. We advise all of
them to join the Order, and if it were
proper to do so, wo Ivould advise the
Red Mien to make an effort to got every
politician, of both parties, in the.county,
to join. It will increase their numbers
it will effectually prevent any rivalries,
or dissatisfaction; it will bring into the-
Order much that is greatly desirable,
without anything, that would be hurtful,
or *nutileasant. . By all means, let our
painted brethren got hold,of-all the poli
ticians, and then they will 'prosper, un
mistakably. 'But if they. do not see fit
to do this,- lot thorn always give balls
during the season that candidates are
trying to make nominations, for then
they will be-certain to have some highly
resPectablo' and influential' gentlemen
present, who might not find it conveni
ent to be there at another time.
Court proeeeelingn continued— . First
Watts vs. McGowan's administrator:
At the time of going to press last week,
this'case was on trial. it was an action
brought by plaintiff on a bond: given by
McGowan to plaintiff, to secure part or
the purchase money on mountain land
'sold to MCGowan during his life time by
brother of plaintiff.. The defendant.
maintained that, by reason of the failease
'of title to part of the feud, he had ,a good
defence. Judgment for defendant. Pen
rose and, Henderdon & Hays for plaintiff ;
Todd and Miller for defendant.
ComMonwealth vs. 'Alfred Corninan—
Burglary- , --Entering stare to • commit a
felony. The defendant in this case is a
young man - of thirty years of age. He
entered the store -of C: P. ,Inhoff, One
night in February last, and was found
Aorisealed — iil-Alio collar by the peliee.,.
He had on his person, at the time of his
arrest, burglar's, tools and 'a largo knife,
and also soma money and penknives:
The latter wore identilledby Mr. Inhoff
as his property. Pleaded guilty aS to the
second Count in the indictment, and
none proaequi entered by-District Attor:
ney,-With leave of Court, olifirst,connt .
in indicp, tient. Sentenced 'to two years,
in Eastern Penitentiary.
Commonwealth.vs. John Myers—Rape.
Assault and-battery, with intent to com
mit rape: The defendant in this case is
a piling negro, aged about. eighteen
years. A few weeks ago.he made an as- .
sault upon - the wife of a- respectable
white citizen of Carlisle, as she was re
turningitome from, the country, in such
a manner as to leave uo doubt of 'his in
tentions. The negro appeared iiidiffer-:
ent'when Brought into cOurt, statcdthat'
ho had no counsel , and w anted none, and
when' arraigned, pleaded guilty. From
what we cast learn, the fiendish act was
not committed, but was prevented by the
timely arrival of friendii... His-plea pro : .
vented the actual , state, of affairs being
made kneWn. The court seems to have
boon satisfied that the 'erime of rape was
not - tilailaittad, else the sentence- had
doubtless.boon for a .longer time. Sen
tenced five years.in• Etiste!rn peniten
Commonwealth vs: Henry Johnson.,
This was a quarrel between. twc!;colOred
individuals. The boating 'was not very
serious. Verdict' guilty, and sentenced
to pay a fine of Oftyminta•sand,:cests , of
prosecution.. - • •
A numYier of oaSes of'', minor impOrt-
MOO wore settled... Court .adjourned on
.Thurpday afternoon until :Monday, the
second wooli ? ,ttip to thin timo.of go:
ing to, pregc,pn,lloOwitiroiyit'Aigeb on
A0.:114t for trial wo~Co~ , disposed : of~_aa
'folkoive • ,
was an action, brought tby plaintiff,ll9
try the;`right Tot . or
ground, adjelinlpg hands,' of "tlie,PP.#oB;
and concerning . which there ims-for.a..
lonk„ttme been 'Ai4Putio: The tr'o6hos
aliO6-ed to have.been committed, Wari the
cutting.down of a:tree upon the land in
question, :by the defendtent,'Who 'claimed
title to the property by reasonpf adxerso
ppaisSion for 'ever' io'Oft;,
Verdict for plaintiff for $2 Ind costs.
Miller and ;Hepburn for plaintiff ; Pen
rose and Maglaughlln for defendant.
BPonsler, - Jniakin 4 . 004 'vs: Woods.
By agreement of counsel judgment , en,
tore& for plaintiff for amount
witli. - co'sts. Miler for plaintiff; Weak
ley and Henderson & Hayd, feu.
lialtok vs. Laird,B4.lll9ore. -
ro the Editor of the Cttrit'sle Herald
Tho„ humane and beneVoldnem:e 'now
doing much to. relieve( the distresses.s.nd.
afflictions Or their suffering, fellow. mos,
tures. Numberless noble institutions for
alleviating the stings of poverty, reform
ing the vicious, and Protecting 'the help
less, aro being daily organized. Money
is expended with the utmost liberality,
for these most praiseworthy objects, and
happily with the best results. But the
'importance of the great work which
should employ the energies of the philan
thropist, and call forth the munificence
of the charitable—that is the proper Cure
and reformation of the driinkard—iloes
not seem to - be sufllciently impressed
upon the public mind.
The great curse Of the present day, to
mankind, is intemperance ; 'and most of
the evils and crimes of society can be
traced, directly or indirectly, to its pes
fferotis influence. To destroy thiS hydra
headed monster should be the aim of
every philanthropist, and every measure
calculated to check its ravages; or to
ameliorate the condition of its victims,
should be sustained by the community:
Let institutions be established vdiere the
inebriate can, voluntarily,•Apair, and re
ceive. the benefit of medical treatment
from experienced physicians, and where
be can be forcibly taken, viten argument .
and reason fail to check him in his mad
career,'and when moral and social con
siderations have no effect on his disor
dered mind: Compulsion should bd used
to enforce sobriety when other means
prove ineffectual, and the power of the
law sbOuld be extended to a father, a
mother, a wife, or child, to restrain, by
confinement, t driruken relation from
The want of such institutions_is a great
defect in our present system. • We have
our poor houses, where the destitute cap
be provided :for ; and we have'° jails,
whore the criminal is restrained from
.of outrages against so
ciety. The insane, the blind, and the
deaf mutes all have their institutions
richly endowed, and aro the recipients of
all the comforts and care which- ample
means_can_cOmmand ; but the unfortu-
nate, habitual drunkards, generally ex
ceeding in numbers, all these combined,
Name no places where they can, be kept
from temptation, and eared for; when
desirous to reform. There aro some few
inebriate establishments ; scattered over
the country, at which persons' having
large means, or rich friends, can receive
treatment for drunkenness ; but inmost
of these institutions the charges are so
extravagant thatl only a
.favOrell few can
avail themselves of their benefits. What
is needed hi the organization of places to
which inebriates of any, and every class
of society can be sent, either for restraint.
or reformatiOn. If the patient, or his
friends be u.nable to pay for his accom
modation, let the county or State which
derives a revenue from the sale of licenses
to sell intoxicating drinks, pay it. If
able to pay, let the charge not exceed its
actual cost. Every jail and almshouse
—iu the absence of more imitable b'ulld
ings—should be used as inebriate asy
lums, and' be the receptacles for all
drunkards, against whom complaints of
habitual drunkenness are fully substan
tiated, by a commission, appointed by
the courts. It would be preferable to
have institutions dedicated solely for the
care, or cure of drunkards, but until
these are organized, either under State,
or county appropriations, or by-private
benevolence, let the others be used for
These imperfect suggestions area
tln•oavu out in,the,hope that the subject
may attract the attention of the philan
thropic, and induce the formation of
organizations which will take in hand
the procurement of suitable laws and
means, for both the compulsory, and vol
untary confinement and treatment of in
The Editcatia,l! , al Gazette' Or April
comes to our table laden with an unustit.
ally rich store of good things for ypung
an old. The articles are sensible, high,-
toned, full of life and zest, and teach
noble lessons, such
.as_ persons of all
classes will be likely to learn, remeMber,
and profit by. We think_ every school
boy should 'read the ;story " The - Real
Tell-Tale, " which appears in this Mutt-,
boy of the Gazette. We cannot •too
highly' Commend thi's publication to our
readers: khrtruly a good paper, cheap
valuable and instrc com
panion ier — cvery teacher, parent, and
child- 'lt should be read at every fire
side in the land.
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Sir Hairy Hotspiii, of Huniblethwaitit,.
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a few day,
Patent StoN which should
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by moans of an. iron baud, and can be
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ing dishes warm, of drying clothes, fruit,
and in fact in many ways . the , shelf is a
great convenience. We have had one in
use at our home for several• days, and
would not take ten times its cost for it,
could we not replace it. Mr. William
Fridley, stove and tinware dealer, East
Louthor street; is the agent for Cum
berland county. Mr. David Ralston, we
understand, is agent for the counties of
Franklin and York.
The Albany. Express had a supply of
nonpaying "Patrons.," It . bids them
good bye in the following tender terms :
"This Week, We Stiike from our list
about fifty names whb will not pay their
dues to the printer. In. doing so wo
tithe them by the hand, and with tears
in our eyes, bid them 'an affectionate
farewell Good bye, old subs Take
care of yourselves. Sometimes think of
the Express; which you have had so long
for nothing. Sponge upon other printers
now, a white. A. change of diet will,
doubtless, be., good for you. Poor old
fellows , We are a little sorry to turn
you out upon the dat:k. night, without a
lamp, but it must be so. Strike for the
nearest neighbor's light. He may let
you in and feed 'you fora year or two,
upon the strength of your honorable
promises to pay at the end of 'that time.
For ourselves, we have enough of these
curious pledges to supply our cabinet
for the'present. We have labeled them
carefully, and they are open to general
inspection. With many thanks for, your
self sacrificing indulgence to us, and
your honest' appreciation of ihe nyga
tions existing , toward out office, we again
and finally say, "farewell, forever. "
A nnouncem or.th
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much dark - dr than thOy are in nature.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in TOBACCO,
SNUFF, CICIAKII, - PIPES, &c.
No. 27 North Hanover street
Offers to the trade the best brands of
a large variety of Chowing and Smok.
ing Tobaccos, real Michigan Fine Cut,
in bulk or in tin foil.
genuine Havana Imported Havana
Segars: Yara Connecticut and Domes
A. large assortment of everything be
longing to the business, and sold at as
low a price, as in any EasEeru.city.
The public is respectively
call and inspect my large assortment.
Every article warranted as represented. ,
FINE WINES AND LIQUORS,
No. 27 North Hanover street,
Offers the 'following goods : War
ranted pure, unadulterated and ' full
proof. Alwayq ae represented.
Genuine Imported French Cognac
Best quality 'Ginger Brandy. Puio
old gin. Pure old Port wine.
The very best quality Sherry, Claret,
New English Rum,
Itimmel, 'pure white spirits. for drug
gists and family use.
Sold nt the lowest prices for cash. A
Pure and unadulterated Wilms and
Liquors,,supplied at their residence, by
sending order to store, or through Podt
Office. Every article tvakkanted as rep
resented or the money refunded.
2lap6m No: 27 N. Hanover street
Any person on 4 prissing the dry goods
store of Charles Ogilby, 47-Wost Main
street, will notice that he is daily re
ceiving now and desirable . lots of goods
of every description, and on ascertaining .
'tho prices within will be satistied that all
kinds of fancy and domestic dry goods,
shoe'4, are sold at the lowest pOssi
ble prices. °
CARPETS - I CARPETS I CARPETS 1 !
At Frysniger & Weiser's Now Store,
No. 23 East Main street, in the Benti
House, a superior grade of vonitian car-.
,pots, at low, prices, constantly. on hand,
besides oil clops, window- shades, look
ing glaSses, yarns, &c. Home made
carpets in various styles. Don't forget
tho place. -
D. W. Burkholder,, NO.. 35, ,West Main
street, haihis soda
,fonntain.in lull blast.
His syrups jire the' Vory best.. Persons.
in search of a Cool drink will do well to
drop,m, Also a full line of fresh—can
dies, tints, oranges, -lethons, &O.
Savo your Doetor's_bill. When Dr.
ister's .Belsain of Wild Cherry will
cure' coughs; colds, bleeding at the lungs,
andnrrestthe fell destroyer, Consinup
tion,itdoesonoria thati mdst phisiciehs
can de: ~,The' ilso of a single bottle, cest=.
leg' one dollar, will
,satisfy the incredu
lons that they 'need look no turther'for
the required aid. •' . •
The' cheapest .Dry Goods' In town at
Lachey's, , on North Hanover street; op
posite tlnidium's Hotel. Now goods
received klaily.• l 21ap4t
•'Tbn exierienced'cigni 'takers wAnted
immediatOly.)'Appli to or address'
"'. • '' ' tarriv.' A. Surrn; '
21tsii , it" ' Pis;
and ;learn from the' iidvortiso,
in .another column of J. 11 - applo,
hiaibuigi•••Pa.;:•tlio 'Usti:varieties 'of
gripiictitpltint.,that ivill,Picidnao un.",,
intorruptod „sircession'of ripe fruit 'fOr.
the longest period of time: • ,
A Photssgta p4lGuAlemoßgoetaltbliebed
and doing n goo 4 business can be bought
*cap fore,risOf applied sociikl ll Call
on or address
Fora direct acting steam' , pumps
for' that ,pump
from 12 gallons to 8,500' perniinnte. pc,
to 4'l.anaban, Stone *lsetti
20,900. pOungbi. Of shoulder and skiii
meat wanted exchange , for pure
Liqubrs, and the best; brands of chewing
and smokirig tobacco, by
21ap3m No. 27 North Hanover street.
Steam pump. The Pump can be dis
connected from the engine, and engine
used for driving any kind of machinery.
gas and' water pipe, steam fittings, &o.
INPLanahttn, Stone & !sett, Hollidays
burg, Pa. 17,febem
shown to us
*Manahan, titone 86Isott, Hollidays
bnrg, Pennsylvania, manufacture station
ary engines, boilers, direct acting
blowing engines.. Player, Thomasand
other, hot blast. Brass and iron cast
ingstrom ono lb. to 20,000 lbs., and all
kinds of machinery.
IMPORTANT TO SOLDIERS
By a decision of the Supreme Court
.of, the United States, ..made- March 14,
1870,. all soldiers who enlisted for three
years, prior to July 22, 1861, "and were
honorably diselMrged for disease before
the expiration of two years," are entitled
to a bounty of $lOO. Men who enlisted
after July 22, 1861, are not entitled un
der this decision. The undersigned is
prepared to collect all claims arising from
the above decision.
WILLIAM B: BUTLER,
WirnhlOtf - . • Carlisle Pa
LIST OF DEALERS.
LIST OF DEALERS IN GOODS,-
Wares, and Mercnandlss; ale., Brewers, Dietil
lore, Lumbermen, Eating Houses, Ac., s,ithin the
county of Cumberland, m appraised Mader...l by
David Wherry, Mercantile Appraiser, in accordance
with the several nets of Assembly, no follows, to
Bent', & Brns
Mlles W A
Greenfield L T
Ring J G II
Harper A Thouuta
^ elf J
Coyle Brothers -
Rod ;ere C M
Miller & B .wera
0 ker Mrs A K
Fullmer JAI & S T 1
Rlnesmi . h & Flinn
Walker & Cloudy
Se lees w illiam
Barkhol er D W
Kiefer Al re S
Behr denbaugh 3
\Velma Joseph F
stouter 3 lin
Zeigler J A
Beetern & Co
Moiler & Brox
NVecidwarkl It h
Cornelius ,& Bosh
Hoover S M
Blair A H.,
Delaney & Shrum
Rhoads tt & Co
Barn W II
Smith W Ii
Sites A J .
Keeny D B
11110 r Willl.w & Son
F che., back Fr-..
eNche.. knelt Fre,
Zeigler Joseph ,
Cameron W J
Bunt,.ler Joseph •
Ileckmen J. hn
C over & Baseborn
Sitspiry A Ila
Ewing A B
Bomar N SI
Myers bl C
lorter W M
Cor man Jonathan
Fleming F C
Strohm n Spongier
1:17.011111 Philip -
Chenoweth N imam Milit a ,r,y do
Wil loins Mik E
Nell Nra M
- Leclthir A C .
Leonard B 11
Smiley .1 W
E tkeim J
Ritter II S
Cullman D 41111,1 Drugs
Cormnan & Worthington
Hovel - stick Rro her's - So
cpsng er II K
Liviriggt on Sll.ll
Ensminger Oe rgo Leather -
Enaminger S • hobos
Loeninan C L Photographs
,I emit, J Lu , 1
.p one it P
L anion James
11,,a; Jacob -
Keller John A
Colin, .1 0-
:11y...r.5 1) V
11utt raft 11.
. • .
al y• ra 11 do . 14 '7 00
Itoolib . Jrll6rrosi 310 kering ) 14 700
EAST I.F.Nmsponouoty.. ,
Zocorlos Col . Produce 14 '7 CO
In.wolua ACo a. , do ' - 14 7 00 .
Biro kg IV 0 1)6 Goods 13 10 00
Saddler & Bowman do 14 —7 00
Ilium.' S L
. , .
float. a SOO 'Jo 14 7 00
I , orlnst Daniel , do 14. 7 00
Best Joseph , 4 Lumber ..• 14 7 it)
Eslloger rheodora . do 14,-700
Ituploy 11orry g 1 do . 11 7GO
?dolts 1' 11 Conlhctlonory 'l4 7• 0
Smith U W. ' du 14 ,7 1.10
Neldich I B • Clothing
llo‘ d N SLOWS
Blciuptz Jollu'ly • Dry Goods . 14 7
W1.94113;711 arygerlon •' 14 7'
Wolll9 Dry Goode ' 14 7'
Itupp, II DI & Co e , do ,14 7
Rupp Model ' do '' r` •14 .7
Ton Alin Cymit , Vuroitu.o „ 14 , 7
(Whoa Cyrui ••, Whips ~' 14 7
Rupp JJ& Co ' produce 14 7
000 Dlj . • , Dry Cloodi •. • 14 7
11ovn . nanA Co.. ' rdo • • 14 711
Doltrlolz 0 J • Biovds 14.7
Pr. & Bon • Moto and Etna. 14 7
Bowman a W Gracory l4 7
'Mohr Arad .. • ; -do • .12 77 60
Arnold' • ". ' do' 14' 7
Devinnoy David , do, , 14.,7,
Kauffman J A
Eborly D W
Motrirou D W
. BlLlisou A W
Wise aooigo• '._' • .‘
Buttprf & tonvold 11ry Goode • . ~ 7
INtothotfor !Bock . do • 14 7 , ,
' JoFopla 11 . . do 12'12 G 0
Iltnch I Boyer - do • 'll4B'
Try th.od , 9 25 ,
do 926 00
do 12 12 60
do • 14 7 00
. do 11 15 00
do 14 700
do' ll 16 00
Fancy Onati, 14 7 00
do 12 12 60'
, • .lowelry _ . 14 700
do - 14 700
do - 14 7 00
do 14 'T'oo
Hardware - - 0 25 00 -
Ao 2.d 00
Sewing 111nchines 14 700
eo 14 - 7 00
dq 14- 7 00
do 14 7 00
'Alva do -14 7 00
' - do 14 7 - 00
do 14 7 00
do.. -' 14 700
C. ofertlonary 14 7 00
do 14 7.00
do 14 7 00
do 14 7 00
do 14 700
. do 14 700
do 'l4 700
do ,14 700
• -14 700
do 14 7.00
do 14 700
do ' 14 700
do - ' 14 700
do . 14 7 00
do 19 700
do 14 700
Flr-ur and Peed 14 7CO
Produce 11 151st
do 111; 00
do 11 15 00
do 14 7 (I)
do 'l4 - 1 01
do 14 7 1.10
do 14 700
Eno4l.er nail coal 14-7 03
do 12 12 50
do ' 13 10 0..
Coal 14 '7 - 0)
14 7 (X)
14 7 00.
14 :7 00
14 7 eu
14 7 CO
14 7 N .
'l4 7 00 '
14 7 00
14 7 01)
14 7 00
10 20 00
14 7 00
13 111 00
14 7 00
14 7 01)
14 7 04
14 7 00
14 7 00
14 4 7 00
14 7 0)
14 7 00
14 7 00
14 7 00.
14 7 00
14. 7 00
. 14 .f.,7,1K)
14 . 7 (K)
12 12 50
14 7 04. -
14 7 (()
14 7 IX)
' 14 07 - 00,
1 7 00
14 4. 7
14 7 (K)
14 7 00
14 7 I 0
.14 7 101
• 11 7 00
14 7 00
14 7 00
14 7 00
14 7 00
• 14 700
13 10 00
14 7 00
14 7 00
14 7 00
- 14 7 00
14 7 010
14 T 00
'(4 7 00
14 7 00
Books 14 .67 op
do 14 7 00
do •1.4 7 00
Hut , . and COll.l 14 - 7 00
11 7 - 00 '
. 14 700
Du .lor • 'l4 7
k j- do
Shone nud Boots
Ilry Uooi de
11 10 00
do - 13 . 10 00
do ,14 "7,00
do 14 7
Funding-WV 5) ‘ N
u • , 7PO
FRANK . FORD.,
do 14 V,
- 14. 1 , 2 , 2 °
do 14 7
-, • do , .14
L .1 .6%.` (9.0,11..-44 4 .4"404 •
Vutet J B & don
. . . . . .
- do ' 10 20
Nlcock &Co " i OVA 7,1: t .I°, liA
~ do .. • -
.11riod,a & btelawfulgra
libarloy & Sono . Lumber do ,
_. . I: 1 7 60'
aillisan a Bop 4 „ ', .''' i ..- o -.lretarri. :v. tr. all
Long A Son ". , - •," •'• • - • :
21100. 118 -
Bryon T PrOdOPP .•
& Garrett ' -
& uin & Bucher • _ do • .
l4tolo*odd Th ,
ief !! do •L , - ,
•Brlch & Dallry do - ll 15 •
&homy D A . Bou hardware
liobb & Kimmel do' ' 10'70 7
Ciark & Byera - Drum
1 1 :
-Herring J B & C • do 15 10
so.gle Lovi 13 10
Bowman J 0 do - 14 '7
Ileyd & Steiner do
thtldloryt blopkots 14 • 7
Burkholder C K Blankets 4 whips 14 7
Geeing 'di Bon Plumbous - 14 '7
Bubb G W agent Stoves , 14 - 7
Hauck 4c Co ' do 14 7
Wonderlieb GJg Y do 14 7
.Mauck a Mold
'Maul 0 II
Ilupp Jolm do - 14 7
Swartz Jacob Jewolry 14 7
Sonploy IL 11 do 14 7
Palmer J B
<blown r M
.Cpnfcbu not] 14 'I
Grove & et.alry
r.tretch J H . • •
Wright W E do' - 14 7
Carr 1.1 ill ago', t , Clothing 14 7
Reefer L D do 14 7
Alwarns - L4
Books au d Paper 14 7
NtA.wer & Ti,ool Cool ,
Mlller J & Co
Dlork!iting 14 7
Koller Hire Clara , AtL,riory
Bryon Idre 8 ' • do 14 7
Carr N A do - 14 7
do , 14 7
.• 14 7
S 1 MIFFLIN.
Sh.rmon John Dry Goods
Null Z do
Dovinny L D
Produce 9 22
do 11 15
Inoulrix & Dro
Ilursh & pro
Boydor 11linr7 do 10 20
Wagner 8 0 do 10 20
Ilurrh JJr J D • - do 025
Stoner 9 A Dry Opode„ 14 7.
Clover & Ealnest .
. , do- J. ::. 19 ;•1 ;;..:
Kyle John " do 14 7 ' ':
. . . ..-
Fosoot Ck Co
Yoroman ilitelm kCo , do 14 7
Mellinger O'keo ' ' " ' de ' ... ' 14 7
Low is I Bro groceries .. 14 7
Benner W K •, do 14 .7
Jilin:dig k Son do 14 7,
Benner W K , do : 14 1
tiander,on David • ' do - . 'l4 7
Byers E Confectionary 14 .7 -
Cason George !do . 14 7. 4
Mutch Samuel Shoos . 14 7
rpeneer D Mt . Stoves .14 7
Hoch 11 K ' do •,. .14 7
Horn CM Marketing 14 7
James B k Bro ' Dry Goods 9 25
Stough & Elliott 'do 10 20
41cestodlish Thomas ' do , 11 16 .
Glace t S DJ & eon Groceries 13 30
Glauser SDI 4: Bois do ./4 7
Irvin A L • Boots 4 Blioes" , '
' 14 7 . '
111 e. luro J W do 14 7
Maxwell &Bricker - -- - do , -= 14 7
Montror J C do 14 7
North 0 W . . Clothing -14 7
Itindall A LSSon ' do' .14 7
Wild 80 Drugs --- 14 7
Huber 6 13
. - -
oodb'n a Sbulenbergeaurnituro 14 -7
Bricker John do 14 7-
ritinner Bon' Ilurdwero 13 10
tk••omoker IV B do 13 10
L'udes,G W • Jewelry , 14 7.
Mull George W Stoves • 14 7
floury U.. Confoetlouary . , 14 7
Crawford S W - - -- do - . 14 7
Drilo • re do — 14 7
Laughlin Joßeph Feed • • 14 7
.51'1.aughltrt Harriett 'Millinery 14 7
y Mica A 14 7
Bomberger 3.1 Notion . 14' 7
do 11 15
Boot, A.,Bllore 14 7 ,
Fornitui•o 14 7
Swo gut C W
11'Coy lien lel •
Sterick C C
:Byers k Tioorer do
8i raivid ldge Ireuben Marketing
Dry Good' 13 10
So ' 14 7 .
do• ' 11 15
Bughman - dr Son
nese & Co
- 31TURFEITIF ----
James Owen -
L• e John F
do. 10 20
Confratouary 14 7
Heaton Jacob . ' Marketing 14 7
Jar Cook A Co Dry G..ode . 12 60
Osker Mary Groceries , 7 14 7
1, , 811IPPENBBIJIItl
Sewing Machinee 14 7
Millinery 14 7
nyx lS UE
.Darla Mrs M
do 14 7
Fo.nought C Crowe.los 14 7
I arm. & Himmel do 14 7
Nofinkr 'oho do 14 7
. . .
Pogue I. It. do 14 7
Mortin3lnrttot A do. /4. 7
ID 14 7
du 14 7
Al.gli• 111 NI
Dry Ow& ' 13 . 10
'Rountz h Monegoinei.y
do 12 12 50
D.anner & Neely
Wunderlirh & Moll 1 unibcr 13 10'
(Immo. x CLnf•ctifnnry 14 7
William do 14 1
B . ug h man Rey nil&
MHO , J C
lirllui U K
31 , 692e.n. n A Co:' llotdwaro • • 11'15 '
Sievick & Ilobak - do 13 10
Grabill k B•owart . . do .11 15
So ,edy B.; i Porn:Biro ' 14 7
:110? , liiiITTiike_kt-Bro do 11 7
Crkwell David . • • do : . 14 7 '
`. 4 al . era • \I Intern Stov,s •11 7
Wolf & &o do •14 7
Whig m John k Eon Clothing
do 14 7
•do 14 7
Slioirer a Blair
Smiles J 3 I
Ift 4111 I) A
Marketing - 14 7
do l4 7
Ppalghond & Brother Produce
Ilnwmnu k 11(411,111N; er
- .16 A 31
Wulf liimu I
Ztigler D M
Mr (1 J
.- . .
Clepper Philip " Confectlonnry 14 7
Ward James - do ' 14 7
.Riipp Conrad' ' 'Furulturo '
H . lffert.l , .tip Va
Wolf J L
Bhupp linchaol Virlr "
Downey N all '" dor' 14 47
Nuns Jll 6 ^ ' do ', , 14 7
Loo s Ewnit do - .• 13 10
1, OA; ill & Br° Prodwo • . ' )3 10
Glover 1' It , . ''Confeetkinnti ' • 'l4 ' T
Brlckentnakek Fr, , d'k'
R clot - J 8 • - -, • . ' do. 14 7
Miller Daniel' , °meetly' ~. li 7
Cley.r i Monde , • , , pry Goode . . , 14, , 7 •.,
Meyer Georg., ,• '" '' • do 14 7
Strohm • :Animal do , 13 10'
Allelon 0a Co • • ' '.. do • '' ' "14' 7- '
Croip 13' ; 6 410 14 7
FLther,D ' ' Stores • 14 41
„ c" ',upPEN ALLEN.
Swartz J Clothing, ' 14' 7
Out•wllnr J •N • r •Diti Goodei • 14.'1
Rickman Ileury . • , lllarkatlng , 14 7
' 'WEST rtmrsuo#6'.,,,
Goodhart L .A.- . . Elarkotlng ' ' . 1 14 '7 , "
Illation Willow :
liens i Wloo ,; . . . do . „ .•', 14 7
Swartz Jlt ' ' •' do '
Boldlor J K,... , Dry-Goode • .:14 1
Watann narrlot -.. , ,Pador , ~ 14.7 i.
Brandon IVllllaw i • Product, 14 7 ,
Carothorm doelah '' . . -..•• !' do „' -'. .14' 7 .
• • •
• .-; EATIN6 11006E8. '
Moloy John ; • Uqolionitaburg
Spons!ex • earihile •
*haler .1 W . Ironton Dlatillon ;, • . 9.29% ,
Krau;iEruret J Caviiele Brewer , • ,„ •9ga • .
Faber.o.. • ; • . do, • •R. i
. •, • ••• • '; BlLLlA:llD•abzocrxe4 , •7"'
. • -;", ' .
NeVidt t . ' : g • • ,
to be' hild qt the Court trainie, Interriele.",
on the seem& third and' (earth Petard/rya of,
,AU Plitione aggrieved may have radrem.
• DAV1D,191119491(r '
7ng3t , , Mercantile Alt raiser.
ABA-Ugt OAP& ,
WINTER TIME TABLE.
Eight Trains (Daily) to and froth Phila.,
delphia and9Pittribiirei and Two
1 *Trains Diary t01d:411.6m Erio
I . • (BundiSrs eioepied). •
pN and after Monday,:. 15,
1869, Passenger Trairoi, ,9c,rtbs Pennsylvania
liroad com: any will depart from Harrisburg and
arriyo at Philadolphia and Ptttaburg as follows:
210—Philadelphia Ennis' loaves Harrisburg
gaily m., and arrives at
Philadolphia at 6 30 a. m.
5 20,-.Fast Line leaves Harrisburg daily (except
Monday) at 5 2J a. Fa., and arrives at West Philadel
phia w 0 40 a. m.
Iran leaves Altorma, 13ally (except Sunday)
it 3 00 p. m., and arrives ii - Thiirieburg at 9 lu p. m.
12 10—Paciflo Express eaveqq'llarriaborg daily
except Sunday) at 12 10 p ; 111.l, and arrives at West
hiladelphis at 425 p. m. I'!I
10 45—Cincinnati Expresiliairee Harrisburg daily
'it 10 45 p. m., and arrives .att Week Philadelphia at
910 a. m. It I
2 50 Soulnern Express leaves Iliarrishnrg daily
(excepeMonday) at 2 50 p.tu., qnd mikes at West
Philadelphiaat 700 p. m. - • ' ss ' 5 '
Harrisburg Accommodation leaves Altoona daily
(Sunday excepted) at 7 30 a. to., and arrives at Har
risburg at 1 65 p. no.
, 955—Harrisburg Accommodation leaves Harrill
burg at 3 65p. m., and arrive at Phladelphirt at
0 50 p m.
8 0 A—Lancaster Trais,,vlOlount Joy, leaves
Harrisburg daily (except Ymiddy) at 8 00 a. m. , and
arrives at West Ehiladelpida at 12.55 p. m.
-t 5 '
WES2VARD. -5 %
• • 4. )
30—Erie Fart Line tt for Erie, leaves Mr
rishUrg doily (except Sun
. y) at - 4 20 p. m, arriving
at Erie at 10 a. in. v..
12 10—Cincinnati Express leaves Harrisburg daily
(except Buuday) at 12-10 p.m .„ arrives atditoonnat
4 6U a.m.. and arrives at - Pithiburd at 0 . 20 a. m.
2 40—Pittaburg Eiprus leaves' Ilarrisburg daily
(except Sunday) at 2 40 a. m., arrives at Altoona at
8 00 a. m. takea breakikat, and arrives at Pittsburg
at 1 30 p. m.
' 4 10—Pacific Express leaves Harrisburg daily at
4 10 a. m.. arrives at Altoona at 8 55 a. m , takes
breakfast and arrives at Pittsburg' at 1 - 50 p. m.
Fast Liao leaves Harrisburg daily (oxcapt Sunday)
at 4 15 p. tn.; arrivatO at Altoona at 8 56 p. m., taken
auppar and arrives at•Pittatarg atl 45 a m.
Mall Train leaysa Harrisburg dally . - (except Sun
day) at 1 15 p m., at' ;Altoona at 7 25 p. m.,
takes auppor and arrives' at PittAbutg at 1 30 a m.
Way Ptottenger Trainleives HarrbltAirg daily (ex
cept Monday) at Afkra. mr,. - arrlvea at Altoona at
2 20 p. m., and at'plttsbnigat 10 90
r • , BABIIIEL Ai' BLACK,
SOF:Middle Div. retina. B. It
Harrisburg. Niivember 80, 1869.
D EADING RAIL ROAD. ,
lt • •
Monday, December 27, 1861;
GREAT T1t024 LINE FROM THE North and
North. West thiPhiladelphta, New York; Reading.
Pottsville, Tamaqua, Ashland, Shamokin, Lebanon,
Allentown, Easton, Ephrata, Lltis, Lancaster, Co
Trains leave Harrhiblarg for New York as follows:
at 6.35 0.10 A. 31., 12.20 noon, and 2.05 P. M , connect
ing with similar trains on Pennsylvania 11a11 Road.
and arriving at New York at 12.15 noon, 3.40, 0.50
and 3000 P. M., respectively. Sleeping Cars -accomc
pony the 6 35 a. 31., and 12.20 noon trains without
Returning: Leave New York at 9.00, A. 31,12.00
noon, and 5.00 P. M. PhllldelPl33A at 816 A. M.,
and 3.30 e It. Slecang : care accompanj the 9:00
A. /a., and 6.00 r. U. tram! from New York.
without' hange. - „
Leave Harrisburg for Reading, Pottsville, Tama-
Ashland,l3bamokin, Pine Greve.
Allentown and Philadelphia at 8.10 A. m.. 205
and 4.10. Is. es ., stopping at Lebanon and pris4pal
way station.; the 4.10.0. 31. train connecting. for
Philadelphia Pottsville, and Colombia only. - For
Pottsville, Schuylkill Haves) nod Auburn, via
Schuylkill and Susquehanna Railroad, leave Harris
burg at 3 40 r. ta. ,
Way Passenger Tralieleaves Philadelphia at 7.30
A. fa., connecting with slmilar'train on Eavt Penn
sylvania Railroad, returningirom Reading at 0,35 P..
m. !stopping at all Station..
Leave Pottsville at 5.40 and 0.00 A M., rod 2.45 P.
r., Herndon at 930 A. 31, ghamoklu at 5.40, and 10.-
40 A. ra.. Ashland at 7-05 A. R , and 12.30 noon, Ta
maqua .t 8.33. a. st., and 2.20 e. v., for Philadelphia
an 4 New York.
lassie Pottsville via 'Schuylkill nod Susquehanna
Rail Road at 8.15 A. a. for Harrisburg, and 11,30 o. tt.
for Pine Grove and Tremont.
Reading Accommodation Train, leaves Pottsville
At 5.40 A. at., pewee Reading at 7.30 A. m., arriving
at Philadelphia at 1.0:20 A. M. Returning, leaven
Philadelphia at 4.45 P m., pawing Reading' at 7.40
P. 11 , arriving at Pottsville at 9 30 P.ll.
Pottstown Accommodation Train, leaven Potts
town at 0.45 .A. IL returning Maros Pidladolphia at
4.00 P. m.
Columbia Rail Road Trains leave Reading at 7.15
'A. It., and 0.15 It N. for Ephrata, Lill:, Innen star
, Perklemen Rail Road Traids leave Perklomen Juno.
•tidn at 0.00 A M., 400 and •5.30 P. u., return
ing, leave schwenksvflle at 8.05. A tr., 12.45 noon,'
and 4.15 P. u., connecting with almilar trains on
Colobrookdale Railroad trains leave Pottstown at
9 40 A It., and. 6.20 P. M. returning. leave Mt. noes
ant at 7.00 and 11 25 A. m., connecting with similar
tr&ne on handing Rail Road.
Chester Valley Railroad trains leave Bridgeport at
8.30 A M.. and 2.0.1 . and 6.02 P. It., returning, leave
Downingtown at 0.30 A. m., 12.45 noon, and 5.15 P. M.,
.connecting--witheimilartraintron - Readnig - RallEtniir
On Sundays : Leave New York at 5.00 P.
m.„ Philadelphia at 8.00,A. at. and 3.15 p. u.,(tho 8.00
•. - m. train running only tb Healing.) leave Pott.
villa at 8.0 A. it.. Harrisburg at 5.35 A.ll , and
4.10 P. it., and Reading at 7.15 A, a. and 10.05 P.M. x.
for llatrisburg, at 7.23 A. 11. for NewYorlr, and at
9.40 A. Id. and 4.25 P. m. for Philadelphia.
Commutation, Mileage, /3elison, School Ind Esau,.
Mon Tickets, to and from all points, at reduced rates.
Baggage checked through; 100 pouideAllo wed each
'O. A. NICOLLS,'Oen Sup't.
- Reading, Pa., Deeecaber 27, 1869.
fiLIMBER.LAND VALLEY R. It
k_, l CIIANGE OF rromis.
On and after Monday, November isth, 1669, PM.
Benner Trains will run daily, a. follows, (Sunday.
ACCOMMODATION TRAIN loaves Harrisburg
tutal e. u , Mechanicsburg 8:35, Carlisle p:i t, hewvillo
o:4ll,Blllpponsburg Chambersburglo:44. Green=
castle 11:16, arriving at Hagerstown 11:45, A.M.
MAIL: 2 9It AIN leaves, Ilariisburg: 1:35, T. A,
Tuwlcaburg 2:07. Carlisle 2:40, Newvillo 3:16, Ship ,
perniburg 145, Chainbciaburg 4,20, Greencastle 4.50,
arriv in, at Hager,town 6:25, p X.
EXPILESB TRAIN )caves' Harrisburg 4:15
Mechanicsburg 4:47, Carlisle 5:17, Nowville 5:50,8111p.
pensburg 8:17, .rrivinr at I ham) ernburg 6:45, r m.
- A 511xEp TRAIN lenves Chambersburg 6:00. A X
Orrcncastie 9:25, erriving at Hagerstown 10:10, A m.
EAS'PW A It I) !
A OCW-115101/k/10N. TIC Al' hum., Chamb.ralKurg
5:(.0 AY, Sblppern.burg b:.:9 N, wrlilu 5:00, Carllslo
6:33, .11vannIcsburg 7a2 nrrlvlng ut Ilurrluburg
MAIL TRAIN 1 ayes Hoge Ptown 8:1.0 A a, Green.
°with, 8:35, Cliantheinnurg 0:1v, Shippensburg 0:40,
Newvlllo 10:14, Viirllvie 111:50, Mechanicsburg 11:24
•rtiving at Harrisburg 11:55, A. M.
EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Hagerstown 12:00 m,
Greuncastle 12:20. Chtimbershurg 1:05, Shirrevel log
1:37, Newvillei 2:lo,Curlislo 2:so,'Mechanlesbu g 3:18,
arriving iit'llisr;isburg 3:50,r.m
A MIXED TRAIN leaves Hag.rstoan 27. , 6 p
Greencastle 4:12, arriving , at Cliantliersburg 5:05, r a.
Making Clues ronnections et Ilar,liiturg with
trans to and front Philadelphia, NOW York, Pittsburg
IlalMarrs and Washingt. n
' 0 N. LULL, 'Supt
11,111.on0,0111ce,•Clitufib'g Ntoi. 0, 180.
Sr,outi. Fur UmAnnir.l Durability
li r ;
rd. For Rs I.7natlrpaa.ed Covoringytopi,rty
untly,fi r Its Ecurioniy.—Ep'
ighy, IT cents leso paint with Dunk Load, than
any other White Lend extant:Thu name weight
covers more intrinne, la more 1111111140, And makes
7.4 7 '
DUCK LEAD I the cheapest antl keel.
Duck ZINC Ex.la all other iIENCBI' !
Otcoul Fur He Unrivaled VI bitoneeth„.. .
Third. POilialluddittatiod darning Property.
t• its Great icor.onif,
being tho cheapest, hnodromeet, and moat durable
White Pain& in the world.
` MIT war
11,110 K LA1)„ ABTA BUSK ZINC ;
TILT IT AM
, 11E CONVINCED:
ittlqfitcklop;Queewiteect Lys the 'Matiutoettirure.
' , • Prepared exproiely'for Palutlng . • • •
0 b jot; every' desarlption Ponce/
Yi 6 o i . t . 9 gdrty u - t fl . r n e t i'illlforeut Color*, Durable: CheaP.
Unlforimaud Beautiful !Aides.
Bamplo card, amotby mall, if desired. .
Dealere' °niers will be promptly executed by the
auraufitetprere— • • ' •
irRENCIE, RICIIARDS & CO.;
N. 'Ft; ec:1 1 0EN11 1 U D,MARKET STREETS.
• YOE, BALE WEOLEBALE
Dealers In nA/lware;
, CABLIEIIi; PA. „
- 2441 4 01 Y.
'EAwrwiio r .
The Chesapaake and Ohio Railroad, connecting the
!Mantle coast -and the - magnificent harbors ottha
Chesapeake bay with the Ohio Rivar„ at a point of
reliable navigation, and thus, with the entire Rail.,
road eistem and water transportation of the great
West and Southwest, forms the additional
so imperatively demanded for the accommodation of
the immense ind rapidly growing transportation
between the Atlantic seaboard and Europe on the
,ene hand, and the great , prodnelog regions of the
Ohio and Mississippi Valleys on the other.
I I:I fir : lopag:rpcomt
OFFICE OF FISK & HATCH,
i " - BANKERS it D DRALEItif
GOVERNMENT 8 CirRITIES,
No. 5 Nasiau, Street, New York,
F. ebrnary 15, 1670.
' The remarkable euce'res Which attended our ne
gotiation of tho Loana of tht;Cestral Feriae Railroad
Company and the Western Pacificßalfroad Company,
and the .PdputaiitY and' credit 'witich these loans
have maintained in the markets, both In this coun
try. and &trope, have shown that the First Mortgage
Bonds of wisely located and honorably managed
Railroada'are promptly recognized and readily taken
as the moat suitable, safe, and advantageous-form of
investment, yielding a more liberal income than can
hereaftor t be derived &rm Government, Bonds, and
availablo,tc• lako their place.
Assured that, in the selection and negotiation of
superior . rallrcad loans, we are meeting a great
public want, and rendering a valuable service—both
to the holders of capital and to those great national
works of internal improvement whale -intrinsic
merit and substantial character entitle them to tbo
ass of capital - apdihe confidence pf investors—we
now Inter, with epecial confidence and satisfaetion,
FIRST MORTGAGE BONDS
Chesapeake and Ohio
'EAST AND WES'D . TRUNIC LINE,
The importance of this Road as a new
outlet from the West to the sea magnifies,
it into on of national consequence, and
Minimal° it an extensive through trams from the
day of Its completion; while, In the development of
the extensive agricultural and mineral relloluces of
Virginia and West Virginia, it possesses, nloag its
own line, the elements of a large mid profitable local
lbria the great Interests, both general and local,
which demand the completion of the
Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad
to the Ohlo,iver, afford the nowt guarantee of its
suttees and value, and retder It the mostimportapt
and substantial railroad enterprtse•noW in progress
in this country.
superiority assn East and West route, and the
promise of no immense and profitable trade awaiting
Its complotion, have drawn to it the attention and
cooperation of prominent capitalinti and railroad
men uf this eity,uf sound Judgment and known in
tegrity, whose connection with it, together with that
of eminent citizens 611(1 business men of Virginia
and West Virginia, tenures an energetic, honorable,
and successful management.
The road ler completed and In operation trim
Richmond to the celebrated White Enlobar Springs
of West Virginia, 227 miles. and there remain but
200 Mile!! (now partially constructed) to bo com
pleted, to carry IL to the proposed terminus on the
Ohio river at, or near the mouth of tho Dig Sandy
river, 10 miles above Cincinnati, and -310 miles
below Pittsburg, ,
Ohio and Kentucky to this point, which will connect
tho Cbesapeako and Ohio with the entire railroad
systems of the West and Southwest, - and with the
Its valuable franchises and superloi advantages
will place the Chesapeake and Ohio Rail oad Com
pany among the richest and most powerful and
trustworthy corporations of the country ; and there
exists a present value, in completed road and work
done, equal to the entire amount of the a ,rtgage.
The details of the Loao have been arranged will
special reference to the wants of all classes of in
restore,' and combine the various features of con
venience, safety, and protection against loss or fraud.
The Bonds ere In denominations of
~$l,OOO, $5OO, and $lOO.
They will be issued as
COUPON BONDS, PAYABLE TO BEARER,
and may be held Sn thnt form; or
Vie Bond way be registered In the mono of the
owner, with, tho coupons remaining payable to
bearer altaclied, the principal being then tranttera
bleonly on tho books of the Company, unlese're
sesigued to bearer; or
The coupons mei he de•acbcil and cameled, the
Bond modo a Permanent Regnamed Bond, tranafek
ab:e only on the hooka of the company, and the
interest made payable only taline regfidered owner
or hie a homey. ,
The three classes will be known respectively as
16L " Coupon Bonds ptiynble to
2d. " Registered Bonds with Coupons
"Registered Bonds with 'Coupons
and 511001 be no deibainted by ccirre.pondetibi lu
specifying tiko clue of bonds desired.
They hail° Thirty Years td run
front Jautnory 16, WO, with interm.t at six per caul
per nnnum from November .1, 18(0.
PRI?CIPAL PAYAULE IN GOLD
-IN TIIh'CITY OF - NOV VORN:
The in'crebt h inyable iu
3141! AND NOVE3IIIIIB
that it may take the plane of that of the earlier
Woes of Five 'Twenties, and snit the convenience of
our (donde who already hold Central and Western
Pacific Bonds, with interest payable In January and
July, and who may desire, In making additional
Investments, to have their Interest receivable at
different seasons of the year.
The Loan is secured by a mortgage upon the entire
'lino Of road, from Richmond to the,Otdo river, with
the equipment and all other property and appurte
nances connected therewith
A Sinking Fund of $1.00,000 per armoy is pro
vided for the redefinition of the Bonds, to take effect
ono yepr after Vie comp , etion of the road.
Tim mortgage is forsls,ooo,ooo,nf which *2,000,000
will be reserved and held Ire Omit far the redemption
lir outstanding bon& 'of the 'Virginia Central nail
road Company, now merged In the Chesapeake and
Ohio. - -
Of the remaining $13,000,000, a eufficiont amount
will be eold to complete The road to the Ohio
perfeitt and Improve, the portion now in operation,
and thoroughly equip the whole for a large and
at tiro traffic.
TOO present price i 90 and Occruod Interest.
Loan so amplysocntod, ao carefully piarded,
and so certain hereafter to command a prdminent
place among the thyprito -Securities In tho mirlots
both of this 'country and . Enrope;',.will be at once
appreciated and quickly absorbed..
. Very respectfully,
linvo Issued insmplaika containing full
patticulain„statlatical details, map, etc. which will
he fUrolahed upon application.
We buy and lull
:rod rocopeo the peFoptite of
. , .
art,l'ottiekt, lnl,eet to cheek oesOlglit, and allow In
Jerold on dolly balances., . '
prEIL & co
• PRODUCE AND COMMISSION
• NO. 10 WATER. STBENT, '
Solicit cansignmente of all kinda of Produce. Also,
Butter. Egge, Pou•try, kc., to,
Philadelphia Refereneet—N. 0. Muselemon esq.
President of the Union Banking ompany,
Slesarn . Allen & Clifford,; and Blame. lieury
N. B.—Pleitrinond for Weekly Price Current free
of charge. -
T -mesortlTE rArhg. ,
CHOICE. NA_MILY GROCERIES,
FINE QUALITY OF TEAS, PURE OPIOEO
IIIEBT DIIANDS OP
FAAtILY FLOUR. ,--
ALL HINDS OF COUNTRY. PRODUCE
BOUGHT AND BOLD
BOUTIIWEET conmin PITT AND P3MFRET STREET.
, Th subscriber keeps constantly on hand, at No.
35, West Main street, a largo stock of Fiona and
American Candles, Nuts, Fruits, ire., connisting of
RAISINS, iiiiiEISEI WALNUTS,
FIGS, CANA U NUTS.
PKUNELTAS, ' (MOUND NUTS,
COO , A NUTS, AND OURSTNUTS.
TAley.o43, OF EVERY VARIETY,
such WI 'Walnut, Cocoanut., Fig, Fruit, Butter, Scotoh,
Cocoa Gum, and Caeca Stripe. •
FRESH CAROMEL EVERY DAY
I mannlhe turg largely, and can aupply the Trade
and fluckatora on reasonable terms.
Do'not forget the ploco,
..OEr. No. 35 WEST MAIN STREET,IiEt
D. W. BURKHOLDER
COATES BTEEET WEARY
CALCINED AND LAND
ANY inquiry will receive immediate
answer. Satisfaction In price and material
asoUrad, and,lllpments promptly made. •
H.. SAXTON & CO:,
No. 16, EAST_MAIN STREET,
Dealers in Hardware, Iron, Cutlery, cte.,
hereby AM:101111CD to the public, that they Intend
selling everything ha their line, either wholesale or
retail, at prices much lowor than can he honght thin
aide of Philadelphia
Our stock consio6 In part of
BUILDING MATERIAL OF ALL DESORIPTIONE,
Iron, Pointy, -
Nails, ' Olts,
Hues, Putty, '
Crow bare, Saud;
~ Powder, --
Pktts, ' • Safety fuse,
Ale° 4 full aNd well selected assortment of
Nun s, 11411..4, amine, Grain bags, Popes, Pulleys,
and Huy Elt store of all desclipliona
OUTS, risxoLs,, POWDER, SHOT, CAPS,
and numunltionof ni! kinds
Thankful - for put fromm,' by Ktrlet attantiOn is
businem3 we hope to renelce a conlittuntion of the
A1'1; PERESONI3 knowing thenthelVes
.lutlebt - Oti to lionry Saxton aro requestod to
make Immediate sottlomopt, and thoso hnsiite -
claims: to present thorn for sett emo, ; as I wish to
close up my bolks to 7 onunry.l 1 6 70.
lENIt SA XTON. '
PACIFIC GUANO COMPANY
C t.PITAL, 81,000,000
.TOIIN S. REESE & CO.,
IIENERAL AG ENV),
122 South Delaware ave., Philadelphia,
10 South street, Baltimore.
SOLUBLE PAO.IiIO GUANO
No fortillzor introducod to tho liumors of tho
Middle and Fouthorn States has given more general
and uniform satisfaction thatUtlda -guano
The in% In It lan stealllfy inereaded until the
cournutptlonntorr throughout the entire country far
exceeds that df any other fertilizer.
Mho large capital 'lnvolved, 111 Ite •Drodutclos
affords tha airiat griunteo'of its cctlitinned
lence. The company has n far greater tittered In
the pormanong of Ito t itido then eny , number of
consumomfan haro; honco It Is ttro hlghent'interoot
Willa company to put tho host ! tortillmor •Into mar.
kot, that their usgai facilities, aided by the but
aclCntillci ability can produce.
Tills guano to cold at retail by local &goats of Ilia
company' throggholit New Jersey,, Delaware, Penn-
aslianla, and dui Soulimn Statea, and at arlddenal•
Qonirlifigantsll):r the Oomp/mf.'
V ILIOWW ARE
J. P. 111XLER
Table and Pocket Cutlery
- U. SAXTON & CO.
JOTIN e. REESN t CO.,