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AN ENTIRE,NEW STOOK
GOLD 'PENS !
beet and largestissortment of Gold Pens
has just been opened at
BERGNER'S CHEAP BOOK STORE.
These Pens aro manufactured by C. F. Newton
& Co., of New York, and warranted to give
lull satisfaction. A trial will satisfy any one.
Examine the prices below :
Gold Pen and Silver Holder for $1 26.
Gold Pen and Silver Holder for $1.60.
Gold Pen and Silver Holder for $1 75.
Gold Pen and Silver Milder for $2 26 1
Gold Pen and Silver Holder for $2 60.
Gold Pea and Silver Holder for $2 15.
Gold Pen and SIIVer Holder for $8 26.
Gold Pen and Silver Holder for $8 76.
Gold Pen and Silver Holder for $4 26.
Gold Pen and Pencil, with Rubber Holder $6 01).
Gold Pen and Pencil with Rubber lloider,'s7 00.
THE NEW EDITI ON
PCJE.DO N's DIGEST,
HAS JUST BEEN PUBLISHED,
PRICE *5 00.
AN EN LIRE new edition of this well knows
Law Book has just been issued. It is now
distinguished by the following SuPeradded
features : The laws contained in 'the various
annual Digests published since the date of the
eighth edition (1863) have been incorporated In
the pody of the work. Many thousand new
authorities have been cited ; the report of the
revisure the Penal Code has been embodied
in the notes to the various sections of it, and
the appendix (*undue for the first time, the
Acts of Congress for , the Authentication of
Records, and the Statute of Fraudulent Con
veyances, with full and elaborate notes of the
decisions explanatory of them. The work - has
been prepared by the learned editor,, Mr.
BRIGHTLY, and its freshness and permanent
value will be preserved by the continuation of
the annual Digests, whith have given so much
satisfaction. For stile at
HARRISBURG COAL OIL DEPOT.
OR the satety.of o Insuiners, we have
established a OA OR Depot a. the .;orner of Fran
awl Market streets. All nor ods aro tooled and we poel•
Lively sell ettn, except Haab Inc prove, to be boo-explosive,
Chair and free Ir-in od..r as tar ce oractleable. We offer
at iweeent the lollowing Justly celebrated h. made. Mag.
n , dia, Re' 1,.d0e, Nahroua and Lacger, lower thee Can be
ee.el.abe • eleewiterc u tine place , either wholesale et
retail. Also en exoaosive assortment of Lampe, [Wei.
neya, abodes, Giese tionel, tleruere Sue We will el!.
change Dula tic camphene lamps, so as to.ae.ased
awl ail. Cali awl sutlef y cereal ve, , , at
NI( & BOWMAN,
Coiner of Prom and • !Air ket anvil
FALL C:O 5 E.- 'IS S.
KEISCONE NURSKIti, diftRISBURG.
IT should not be forgotten that this
eitlablishneeut to end In eucceserel opereation, and
FRUIT AND SHADE TREES, EVERGREENS;
SHRUBBERY, GRAPE VINES, RASPBER
BD, El, STRAWBERRIIR, GOOSE.
RERRIEs, CURRANTS, BIAUK
ftIES, &c., &c., &c., &c.
Of as good qualodei and intriet ea, and at yt reaeonable
prices as they are Bold at diebuit nurseries.
, THE WO ATIGNI
of th e nurvry— A d—glyee' advaalagee
for ipia, few seoriao.o to
by dot - otberi.
Sir All atikilee, when 'deetre4l, deliver ed (Yee of
charge, in any part of the oily.
IT YOU WANT
LETTER OR NOTE PAPER,
' WRITING OASES,
. PENS AND HOLDFR.4
Of every description and 9uality, you will find
the largest assortment at 1 ,
FAMILY' FL O . X.T . V.
UNE..II.bEttED BY ANY : IN tHE 'UNITED
:STATES AND SUPERIOII7O ANY..
FANCY BR . A.ND'S
OFF NEED IN PENNEkLVA4IA.I
i ff../s.HADRoi .
CHOICE MISSOUEI WHITE WUAT.
Air Delivered' axty pleoa in the eity, flee of charge.
TEMILS, Ca& on . deli Very. . .
, . WM. DOCK, Jr., &Co,
FULL eseortment of Pocket Bihice
211. ei4 Testaments for the just re
ceived at tERGNER'S BOOKSTORE.
POMADE iI , ONGROISB
not maga ass
otXTRA family flour, superior brand,
"flitch we e e
warrant to give e usiectitn, Inet m
"fet and , for isle by
NIOROLF & 80W,31 A N,
see Comer Front and Market knot".
rulit. general variety, ,uf goodN for . . id
elt r , s, is unsorpassAmin this city- "
91 Market, street
t^ be Annie
QUPSRIOR Green and Black Lead, for
si4ei by NICHOLS ilk I , OWMAN,
jel 4 2. Cbrneir Trhyit and Atarlcotqdre7o6l.
VitEell invoice of Lemons, Prunes; oPea.
Nuta ate., no sale to by
NICHOLS * BOWMAN,
Car. Front and Market Miramar
600 WALNUT THEM, 5
HRIPTY and straight, from 5 to 8 feet high
at *2 per dozen ; $10per*;100.
!E i rt,,e Nursery, Oct. 1,8;1862.
PUNT POIJIGB--W ITI N G MOW.
A N entire new assortment of th* *Arai
ja. Melee itot opened °it
HE attention,44 agsictltnrietaii directed
them to increase •the 'quantity and value of
their crops by adding science and the expert
scents of-others to their experience :
STEPHEN'S BOOK OF THE FARM, de
tailing all the labors of husbandry and
the best way toperform diem. Price....B 50
WUHAN'S AGRICULTURE 'and Real
Economy • 400
LANDSCAPEN GARDENING, by A11en....1 00
TUE .FARMEIPS COMPANION, by Buel .. 76
LEMIREB • ON PRACTICAL AGRICTL ,
TUBE, by •Johnstot 60
THE AMERICANFARMER'S new and uni-
.versal bandbooki with 400 engravings.. 2 50
Al 4 EASY METHOD OF MANAGING
BEES, by Weeks:...... 20
The Nature and Treatment of Diseases of
cattle ; ,by .......1 00
LEIBIG S AGRICOILTIGIIALCBXMAITRY 76
MILCH OWNS AND DAIRY FARMING,
and' the 'AlrOdUction of milk, . butter,
cheese, by''lint . 1 60
GRASSES AND FORAGE. PLANTS, by
Lynch ' 1 50
SAXTON'S -HAND-BOOX, - ixintainhig the
Horse, the cow,. the pig, fowk, &0., &0..1 00
THE., FARMER'S DICTIONARY and PlllO
- tioaLFarnser v . brDr: Gardner 1 60
ALLEN'S DOMESTIC ANIMALS 76
THE • FIELD. BOOK OF' , MANIIRES, or
Ameriam Muck Book. ' 1 26
THE HORSE AND HIS DISEASES, by
Jennings : :,
,irOUATT ON 'fig HORSE... .
HIND'S FARRIERY and STUD BOOK
HORSEMANSHIP an the Break ,
Standsiir Books,'Bokaol Books, and every
Thing in the stationery; line, at lowest prices, at
PERIINER'.I3 tIijEAP BOOK
FOR TINE SOLDIERS.
A N at ommtew azortnlel T Vl ope u n g e:!
lixpressly manufattored , for thesoldiors.
POCKET INK STANDS'
PENCILS, PENS AND
OF EVE It Y VARIETY,
PURE CALIFORNIA WIRES
FOR MEDICAL Usk:.
CALIFORNIA NOOK WINE,
CALIFORNIA PORT WINE,
CALIFORNIA ANGELICA WINE,
CALIFORNIA GRAPE BRANDY: •
i•Tbe attention of laitaltis is partial' larly silted it°
these wines: They are °quit to toe best of Europe an .
wince and guaranteed pure. Fair sale at •
oot2t KCILLiCR'S DRUG 8 Kid Si . ket St.
Marine, Fire aid Inland Transportation,
Central Agency at Harrisburg, Pa., of the
INSUIIANCB 110111I'LNY OF 1 1 1011TH
Incorporated 1794—Charter perpetual,
Capital and Assets. . .... .....$1,200 000
Arthur Q Collin, Samuel W. Jones, John A. Brown,
4amuel F. Smith, Cuarlee Taylor, Ambrose White,
Julia R. bictimil D. Wood, Willi nu Welsh, William
8. Bowen, James N. Dicksun, 3 Alurria Wain, John
amen, George L. Harrison, Fr.&ueis R. 03" lid wa rd H.
Trotter; NAlwarif 4. Clarke..
ART.IIILIR G. Lk PreiWkru,
UlialrLM3 PLATT, Amatory.
4.18 central rigout, -for lb aii mime 001 . 0 PaliYi
Undersigned' tei prepared to take sire risks in any part
of he mate 01 Pennsylvania, surer animAlly or perpot
a.illy, miaow:kg favorable teems..
°Moe ktreet between Walnut' Strawberryl
Juicy, Hu ko's row .
I°lo4l ly .1E;
itte, Advertiser, having been restored'
to health in a few wetlini;hy a very simple reme
dy; after having sulfated several years .with a severe
lung 'libation, aad•that demi' Cagan% tbcaseptlon
anilowe to make k leiver-to his felloW-sufferers the
, To all who desire it, he will sends 'copy or the per
scriptioii used 1686 of charged with the directions for
'preparing aud tudapthe same` which they will Roil s
cure cure lor_PoimiurilMetli, Asthma, Jhouelthis ,ter
The * only ehlect of the advertiser In sending, the . Per
script= is tebenent the &Mimed, and spread. (Mei INA-
Um which he icenaelves te dif invaluable, suit he hopes.
eVery sufferer will( try his remedy, as it will cost them
noting and. may prove, a lilessiug„
Parties wishing the phr3eriplows wlil please B .4dress
ARV. 'COWARD 'l3. WILSON,
Williamsburgh, Kluge Cloulty, New York
R • .BEt "B T" T. /$ R
MARKEY P “10 E.
kAT 11AVING fitted up a large.ltetrig
orator, and timing wade ()entreats with some of
oitr most &jab* farmers to fUrtt's4 us with Fre.a& end .
net butter regutscl. , will eaubt•iid Auppty our
ustotitere frith swee t taw aold .4 alt
my2Y WM. DOOire, Jr. &
BUCKSKIN 'PErRBBe t
.. 71 1 44QP41A8
Andn general variety Lomeli Goods; jtut
'received at BERONEIVES BOOK STORE.
w E iNVITI•;,-the_ attention-of families
it4 l OE , OW:11 . B.R.EAD,
t bur stook - of Flour. - have just' recetvela •
or the tlhdewo..(Wltite *hest). • I.,otibt" Fie* the;
- the WiNterwilareekwileidi • • , •
we guazuge9 pvnry bivrftl or hagB4 to be strict
1p eapeffor.. pokij "A Ei. , xlK, JR., at CO.
giennoplianik-'loMtr:eft SatuttiaV aftentotin . Nouintber 22, -1862
BOOKS FOR FARMERS.
AUAlt i ßg . 04X)IPS
ItMli t i r ;;
Rubber l'uye generally at
BrActtili6''4 Cava tsuojwivius,
acrikA FAIELY'PLOUR . , a oteiii66lbt
01 Extra Family Pour, warrairted by • or a cko Wit reedited andtiu Ixtate kiar by
WHOM & BOWILN,
CotiAr ienk - anditarket istifeetB
BOLO N:9;,, • -
SMALL, but very superior lot. , of
Rektgall BaUgage just rece i ved by
n.. 919 *. WIJDOCK,
tld'Alfei . WilitOittad trOwa of all' Ede
Alltfii. -kale 1.4, bt ' ' MICR)I , B & BOWmAN --,
septi3 : _, Corner Frontsed M.rtet streets
I,L sail Exiiiiitie our Superior Non
Explosive Coal•Jil,*r sale low-by • !. •
I 'NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
aoreerFroot slid Market streets
WWAJR.D ELL* LEVINEK Tickles and
c1051 1P e • lbri"°**
4,1 a UtiAllB for ioreeervingfixdF and exam
wilful • NICHOLS & BOWMAN,_ _
esirnar glop.ircf‘"*. •
RAB Qll)ER.—( . ,ql44iribr'' till hind AI
lifapleik s Qum.
HOWARD & HOPE
SHORT 9 QUICK ROUTE
TO AND FROM
Goods Ordered in the
• the same Night.
Leave New York at 71 P. M., by the Fast
Through Express Train, arriving in Harrisburg
at 8 A. kr.
WITHOUT ORANGE OF GARB.
Order Goods marked
via HOPE E.XPEEBI3 CO.,
General Office, 162 Broadway, New York.
For further information enquire of
GEO. BERGEN/4 Agent
Ilmeasampu, Aug. 11361.4tS
A a - r. E
. W OR H S,
BOOK - KINDERraKING 4 MUIIa ANO PENS,
8A WING MACHINES, PRESS BOARDS,
AND NAOMI= NOR
GRINDING OUTTING-MACHINE KNIVES.
Portable Cider Mills and Fodder Cutters,
(11 ea eral = Machine Work and Iron and Bran
, C A.S T 1 . 1111 Cit S,
%coon TUN 4 NINO IN ALL I'l'4 BRAHMIN.%
SCROLL WING, PLANING; ITIV.,
fr Any Machine of Wood, Iron or Bran
made to order. Gear and Screw Getting, &c.
PATENT WOODEN SCREW ourrou TOOLS.
Cash paled for ld Copper, Bros, tapelter, &o.
81' SIAM BOILERS, &C.
PENNS'YL V' AN IA RAILROAD
ABOVE STATE STREET.
CELLAR W LNDQW GRATES,
Of oariou3 patterns; both etatien;Liy and swinging. *pth
Weiphte and various other bOilding castings' for eel.
*my cheap at the [ney24-ly] MeOLIE.=WORKS.
Oonfectionery Sr, _tenth Store,
THIRD STREET, NUB whaaarr,
CONFECTIONERY, OF ALL HINDS,
ORANGES AND LEMOIII3 .
• PINE APPLES; BANANNAS,
FRESH AND SALT FISH ,
And, vegetables of all Muds, brought direct from the
Eastern Markets,,twice alvesitimid purchased fluter my
I ersonal supervision, Gide enaNidg me to sell 4 better
dud cheaper article than any hibhe market:
jar Orders from a distaneellittended io promptly and
;hods delivered to any part of the city free o , chute.
FRESH CANNED FRUITS omega° tly on nand Give
:tea call. (jeEb] JOHN WISE.
IrOV BBL* Swr, (Refined aad Raw,)
of ail iW
-graclitoU tie d'-Net received end
wryl Cow d.at the lowei,rina-ket,priWee t
je2o " • - • DIP DOO R, JH. deer.
/AF various kinds, at the Keystone Nursery,
,k4F adjoining the etiy,
fir'rrees planied and warranted to, orow,
or, if failing, to be replaced, onreasonable
terms. ' JACOI3 . MII3II.
Oct 18, 1862.
CROICE BYttlimi of all Mods, at oldprices.
Call,tuid Examine at
nov6 4 Cor. rout and Market Ste.
PINE APPLE,.. . SALMON, .
OYSTERS, . SPICED OYSTERS
!for sale by WM. DOCi., Jr. 8c CO.
,ifor sale low, by WM. DOCK, Jr., BtOO.
• , .
CAMP WRITING: CASES,
PAPER, ENVELOPES, •
_ ; PENS. AND PENCILS.
Jus l / 4 the thins to oarry t in On bismuth. Price. Gook
Sete. only as dents. For .at "
HEESE from the celebrated Hamburg'',
dories, a smell coriiigemeir just received and for
sale by:, - „Niquous
sepia Conley Front and Market streets.
V .0.11..L.4 BEANS
ANT Fe are offering for sale a splendid
picica,o==si l ir ns "anat, low prices, by the
1 KELLIIBiS DRUG STORE,.
. . - 91 Mallet Street.
SALT, Astoria, Dairy, and Ground Alum, for
sa low, by
NIOHOP 8 4 BOWMAN,
; nov6 Cor. Front and Market sta.
lORANSERILIES, Lemons, Cocoanuts, just
received, and for sale, by
I NICHOLBIz 'BOWMAN,
Coniskirraut and Market Ste.
DETERSIVE SOAft something better
than Harrison's Household Soak idat.reedivall arid,
for eale by NicHoLs & BOWMAN,
`le2 Corner rrtNit and Market ■treela
ADIILt WASHING BLUE, an excel
.. lea substitute foe fint ea teisktbe wbolentle
d retail grocery store of. NICHPLB BBOWMAN, conseira.Pront end Market streets
,ileßtS .• EY HA ITen tierceid..* tboiie
juel Maui cad ect
col•biratect moor Awed r v am.
fine); of travel.
Pennsylvania Rail Road 1
WINTER TIME TABLE.
FIVE • TRAINS DAILY TO AND
ON AND AITENI
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 17th, 1862,
HE Passenger Trains of the Pennsylvania
Railroad Company will depart from and
arrive at Harrisburg and Philadelphia as fol
THROUGH EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Harris
burg daily at 2.46 a. m., and wives at West
Philadelphia at 6.46 a. m.
FAST LINE. leaves Harrisburg daily (except
Monday) at 9.05 a. m., and arrives at West
Philadelphia at 1.00 p. m.
MAIL TRAIN leaves Harrisburg daily (except
Sunday) at 6.20.:.p. m., and arrives at West
Philadelphia . at 10.20 m. • This train rune
ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, via Mount Joy,
leaves Harrisburg at 7.00 a. m., and arrives at
West Philadelphia at 12.25 p. m.
HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION TRAIN,
via Columbia, leaves Harrisburg at 1.10 p. m.,
and arrives at West Philadelphia at 8.80 p. m.
BALTIMORE EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Har
risburg daily (except •Moriday) at 2.15 a. in.;
Altoona, 7.55 a.-m., and arrives at Pittsburg tit
PHILADELPHIA EXPRESS TRAIN leaves
Philadelphia at 10.45 p. m.; . Harrisburg at 3.15
a. m.; .Altoona at 8.40 a. m., and arrives at
Pittsburg at 1.25 p. m.
MAIL TRAIN leaves Philadelphia at 8.00 a.
111.; Harrisburg at 1.40 p. m.; Altoona at 8.45
p. ut. and arrives at Pittsburg at 1.40 a. tn.
FAT LINE leaves Philadelphia at 11.30 a.
in.; Harrisburg at 3.55
.p. in.; Altoona at 8.45
p. m., and "arrives at Pittsburg at L4O a. m,
HARRBBURG ACCOMMODATION TRAIN
leaves Philadelphia at 2.80 P. m., and arrives at
Harrisburg at 8.00 p. m.
MOUNT JOY ACCOMMODATION TRAIN
leaves Lancaster at 11.33, a. m. and arrives it
Harrisburg at 1.30 . p. m. '
SAMUEL D. YOUNG,
&pt. East. Diva Perin 'a B. R.
Harrisburg, Nov. 15, 1862.-dtf
Northern. Central Railway
WINTER TIME,,TABLE:" I-.
TO AND . MOW
B Li 1 1 1 1 IS& 0 R3i3
conneciions mad 9 with irains.an Pennslyva
nia Railroad, to and from Pittsburg and the
TWO TRAINS DAILY to and from the North
and West Branch Susquehanna, Elmira, and all
of Northern New York. • • •
N and after MONDAY, NOVEMBER 17th,
l Oentr B l l: 3l ,b w e a Pet i r i tty ri T v r e alh t s .
a o i lltt ri N? t t i b r e o rn m
Harrisburg anlßaltimore as folio* viz :
Algid TRAIN kstaScuibtuw: daily '
(except Sueday).. L 45 P. M.
•'leaves Harrisburg.. 5.20 P. M.
" . arrives at Baltimme,lo.2o P. M.
EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Sunbury
daily (except Sun
day)... .. . 11.0 r. M.
" lea v es:Harrisburg,
(except Monday), . ,2.45 A. M.
" arrives at Baltimore
daily (except Mon
day) 7.80 A. M.
leaves .Thuilsburg 9.05 A. l
HAIL 'TRAIN leaves Baltitaooll4l4 1 ,
(except Sanday),l. 8.30 A. M.
" leave& Harrisburg... 1.45 P. M.
" arrives at Sunbury .. 4.50 P. M.
EXPRESS TRAIN leaves,Beltirnore.
daily 8.40 .P.M.
" arrives, at Harrisburg ~1 .60 A. M.
leaves. Harrisburg. ,
daily (except Mon
day).. • ,3.20 A. M.
• arrivesat Sunbury .. 6.20 A. M.
1 1 ABRISBILERG. ACCOMMODATION ,
daily (except Sou- . •
aviveoat liarziaburg 8.00 P. M.
For further information apply at the Office,
in Pennsylvania Railroad Depot. •
L N. DuBARRY, Supt.
Harrisburg, Not 14, 1882.4 if ,:; •
Molt • . 1 Di d . filo
. Ali lIIN , , wifiltu.'
. , •.
TillU TRiIIpi,DAILY TO.. FM T0M
.1,.....:...,,..!.. ,: :.... .J.:J ., . -... ,•„.,
. . . . . .. . . .
P H. I LA.DELI- 4 13:IA:
QON AND AFTER MONDAY,.MAY . St4;
.1982 1 the Paniester Trains-Mill' leveed the Philo.
ile la RAW Reading Railroad Dart, at Harrisburg, for,
Meryl IrPr' Lag rhikatiqT b lat ii i i r O I KTP.Y4 O :. . 1
t . 11:8PRSEE LINK leaves Hanle erg at I.Si a. m., On ar
'Oval of Pennsylvania Railroad Express Train from the
Wed, arriving In (ffeitiToek at 8.191 m in., and at Phila.
A phia at 9.00 a, in. A Moping ear Is attached.*. Um,
uthremty.romi pets berg Vibe* ohmage..
. ' It. TR'AntleavelHairtaburk it 8.00 a. 'to:, arriving
I Ntw York at 6.80 p. m , sad Philadeephia , at -VA p, is.
PAW UNEAlliweehtferneburg4lll.4o pu. & , on arrival
t Pe6l , 6BoBAlt, itOreff MR‘I. Mall,. onlBlos In: New
eielt i at 0 'm
60 , call Inladrilipkta at 6.40 pan
i •WESTWARD ... •
IimaFAST LINE lame New York at IS a . in., and Pifiladel ,
' atA a. ta.__intrtYtlicFC.llaer/WW.Yit RI./ R , Tzti LA •
MAIL TRAM Immo New, York, at.. 12,
.00 noon, and enti.,
tedelPliM at I is ii. m.'. "arriving " at' Itairleburs 'fttriciii
pm. ... !-;
LEPRIES.LINS leaves New le* 'Let it .p. in., ant:
*gilt figristilirl."'" Xl a ti al rri Aill/P9e4 1, 1 mith,the,
pnaylvania Rzpreia . Tr ti - for' tteburg A tOpitrong
is ales annoned I, this train . -
I HonanAldati are tialle.abilAriaiiiiturg-wilb trains- ow*s
tldr I1111118: clAi Lr eaw:thw n rongn, ; 1 8 . 4:1 1 1:0:16 1 : 6 h7 11 4:10y.
de, and at Reading for Philadelphia, Poitavillp,.
has , ino ,
611arrteburg,7146 411;ibetiteordiantetong and MIEN'.
PP IS i ..0. RI 17 .4 .IPr u I Rif , . , awkWl o M Ile. 2„., . .. .
OR ale i tiqp or Mutt lufolmalfain atpply - lo
-,... .• ' 'o' J`.4I.OLVDRY'
..., myll4ltf General Agent,g ent, Harrisburg
UST received and for sale by
* • • WM. DOM, Jr.,4 00
Lito3 - Etislngyiof these delkdous orsekers
i • •
ID. ID. Oros* $ to.,
) W. GROSS & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
NO. . 19
HARRISBURG, PEA N'A
DRUGGISTS, PHYSICIANS, STORE-
KEEPERS AND CONSUMERS,
We are daily adding to onr assortment of
'roods all such articles ea are desirable, and
would. reepeetfully , call your atention to the
targeHt and beet eeleeted stock in this crry,• of
DRUGS OILEHKEDALS PAINTS
Dye.Stulfig, Glues and Putty
Artist Colors and ToOle,
PArs Giro"KO 0004,8
Burnt nig Plaid and:Alcohol;
Lard, Siarrna and Pins 0111,
Bottles.. Vial' pLngt.il o adkp Glob**,
Connlellabnip, Sphinges and Cork.,
se., Me, , Age., am., ilgo
With a goners! variety of
PERFUMERY & mum ARTICLES,
selected from the best snautt*turere .and ,
n umers of Europe and this Country.
Being very 'hitt t deslers in
PAINTS, WHITE LEAD
LIME'); A 'th e VARNIStLES,
IVINIX* GLASS, ARTIST'S
!_.ALORS,.. PAINT AND
IN ALL. THEIR VARIETIES,
COWES AND 1111PAZEIS
• • MALL
Atea r ,call, teoling, coati
w$ reaptiettuliy iIW
Haut that we cal' aupply they wants of all. on
tern). it, their wiLitifiti*on:
TEET# I; TiZETHII
JON AND WHITEWB PORCELAIN TEETH,
iP4.TIiNT MOINES AND, lAMB
Of -di kinds, direct fronit ,the Proprietors
3ep.oider. lot 0 - Oegentrated Lye
Phnleenle "tigatieilfoti Seioordfferi , which , we eel
ex tow eii tt, iittrcheigeln 'hie cities.
MAYKRII 10, - 010AL MUM EXT'RACTO
0 9 4 01L J,. CARBO4V,OII4I
Being large Purchasers Tn thaw ON, we can
odor ioducerOeute to close buyers. Coal 011
LareP§ of improved Plarlorlie, very
eheap. All kinds.ol lamp.. changed to. burn
0001011. . ' •
Those of you who have apt giveh,our WEISE
kND OA FLA POWOIIBI3 a trial know no
tb tr superiority, and-the advantage . they are
keening' Hera* and (Sane healthy: ako
noniron de an testify to the sprofit they baye
derived. froth thetime of oat Cattle Powders by
Sae'itioreaeing voiritity' and qtablity otralik;
beiddee imp oving the general health and a
PeerllPPe oftheir glitti,4!.
'Ow bug experience ki the hominess givee us
ihe advantage of a ihoinugh imewledge of the
iread,' end' iihi'inengiitneitte thS cities ire'
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each that oe caa in a very . abort time : kmdek,
alkYt*g_eliegtolin t 4•4 11 11 htYgeere l / 4 94 the
.lof.terniev.' - ! ;
anTh ktal for the liberel patronage 'bestows
qn our hone, we hope
: by strict attention to
btoduees ! i catpfulaetac4ion.9l
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fair. Octal, ajid into 'logo* to please all, to .
Twit &condolence et -the falitor of a illactlni.
*ding public. apl6-431y
, PRUIOIIIL , STRUP,
*ll/118 INVALUABLEt BFEUP ; WlllOll 18
11...41 1 404-s:fgatetiele oompositioe, has
I m/F 112 8', 1 : 11 Witti„ W4pd1 1 4 1 4 11 ficcess for
any years!, in aura of aisses for the LIB
WA LUNGS. '' Fre' 'aVy'lhrni Of the
such as COUGH, COILING Of the
:1: 10,, 4PITUNOI OF BLOOD,. DIFFI
OWE,' kid unarm FEVERS, iise will
attended ;Martha' happiest ieseits. It is
of the , beste.snadistifest medicines for all
of BiYaleAPA.l*l4 00.N8UALFTION.
dUadiunis orimaratir of (*um •gitqK
18.110111- MOTU, BOTTLE.
Ai', Ado — at BEIIONEE'S OU&4P BcsaK.
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jusibeen•redived air - 1 • ; • •
dyer's Cathartic Pills.
qlHE4liciencea Chemistry and Medicine
.1_ have been taxed their utmost to produce this best,
most perfect purgative which is t.no en to man. Innum
erable proofs are shown that these PILLS have mrines
whichsurpass in excellence the ordinary medicines, and
that they win unprecedentedly up in the esteem of all
men. They are safe and pleasant to take, but powerful
to cure. Theii penetrating properties stimulate the vital
activities of the body, remove the obstructions of Its
prpoih purify the Mood, and expel disease. They purge
out the'foul humors which breed and grow distemper,
stimulate sluggish or disordered organs into their natural
action, and impart healthy fel wth strength to the
whole system. Not only do they cure the every day
complaints of every body, but also formidable and dan •
serous diseases that have belled the best of human
skill. While they produce powerful effects, they are at
the same time, to diminished dress, the safest and best
physic that can be employed for children. Being sugar
coated, they are pleasant to take ; and being purely veg
etable, are free from -any risk of harm. Cures have
been made which surpass belief were they not subalan
timed by men of such exalted position and character as
to forbid the suspicion of untruth. Many eminent cler
gymen and physicians have lent their names to certify
to the public the reliability of our remedies, while
others have oat me the assurance t.f their conviction
that our Preparations contribute immensely to the relief
of my afflicted, suffering fellow-men.
The agents belew named are pleased to turnish gratis
our American Almanac:, containing directions fiur the use
and certificates of their sures, of the following com
CatitiVnese,_BLlous Complaints, Nheumatism, Dropsy,
.Eidartburn, Headache arising from afoul stomach, Nan-
Sea, Indigestion Morbid inaction of the Bowels and Pain
arising thereto:int, Flatulency, Loss of Appetite, all Dis
eases which require an evaCeitat medicine. They also,
by purifying the blood and stimulating the System, core
many complaints which It would not be sepiesed they
would reach, such as witness, Partial Blindness, Neu
ralgia and Nervous Irritability, Derangements of the
liver and Kidney ',Gout, and other kindred complaints
arising from a low state of the body or obstractiou of its
. Do not be put our by unprincipled dealers with som.'
other pill they make mire pront on. Me for ATER'd
Plutt, mid take nothing else. No other they eau give
you compares with this in its intrinsic value or curative
powers. The sick want the best aid there is for them,
nod they should have it.
Prepared by Dr..). C. AYEIt t CO., Lowell, Mass. and
sold by Druggists everywhere.
Price 26 cents per Box, or 6 boxes for $1...
Sold by C. A. Ben .sort, D. W. Grain& Co., C. K. lied
ler, J. IL Lutz, Dr. Kiley, F. Wyeth end dealers every
1862. WINTER 1863.
UMBEM.AND VALLEY AND FRANKLIN
cHdAaNGlovOtrarttOrlir iT6 3n p and afte r r
'will rnii r' daily, as follo ws, (Srindays Passe nge r
For Chombersburg and Harrisburg :
• A. X. P.M.
Leave Hagerstown • 7.00 2.461
Arrive at.. 8.17 4.20
Leave at.. 8.30 12.56
Leaves Shippensbum 9.00 1.28
" Newville .... 9.82 2.00
" Carlisle. 10.10 2.42
" Mechanicsburg 10.42 3.12
Arrive at Harrisburg 11.16 3.40
For Chambersburg and Hagerstown:
A.M. P. M.
Leave Harrisburg 8.05 1.35
" Mechanicsburg 8.47,02.15
" Carlisle 9.27 2.55
" Maysville 10.02 3.29
" Shippensbrug 10.33 4.00
Arrive at Chambersbnrg 11.00 4.80
Leave Cbarnbersburg 11.10 4.40
" Greencastle 11.65 6.30
Arrive at Hagerstown 12.86 6.10
Making close connections at Harrisburg
with trains for Philadelphia, New - York and
Pittsburg ; and with trains for all points West.
0. N. LULL, Supt.
R. Office, Chamhersburg, Nov. 17, 1862.-ly
THE DELAWARE MUTUAL
SLEETY INSURANCE COMPANY.
capital and &seta $869,126 37
Martin,"Edmund A. Seeder, Theophilue Paulding,
Jnoß. Penrose:4n°. C. Davis JaS. Traquair, Wm. lyre, jr
James C. Hand, William C. Ludwig, Joseph H. Seal, Dr
/1. Huston, George 4 leper, Hugh Orals, Charles
Samuel E. Stokes, J.-P. Penniston, Henry :•los,n,
Bdward Darlington, H. Jena' Brooke, Spencer M'llvaine,
Thomas O. Band, Robert Burton, Jacob P. Jones, James
B. M'Fsrland , Joshua P. Byre, John B. Semple. Pitts
burg, D. T. Morgan, Pittsburg, A. B. Burger, Pittsburg.
WILLIAM MARTIN, Presides!.
THOMAS O. HAND, The President.
HENRY LPLBURN, SerretarY•
The 'undersigned as Agent tor the above named com
pany, obnitnees to take Fire Risks in Harrisburg sod
LECTURE FOR YOUNG MEN.
iiIJBT published, price 6 cents, a new
edition of the late Dr. CIILVERWKruL'B CELE
ATED LECTURE. on the abuse of the Reproductive
poen% harming Debility,-.Nervousness, Consuirptirm,
Eillepsy, Mental and Physical IncaFecity, do. The rad-
Ala Mode of treatment, without medielne Is fully ex
plained, so as to enable every one to be Ills own physi•
glen at the least possible° xpense.
4:Boon to Thousands of Sufferers.
Bent under seal, in a plain envelope, to any address,
postpaid, on reocept of /Argenta, or two postage stamps.
Address the pubdahers,
Ch. J. C. KLINE, & CO..
127 Bowery, New York,
Post Office, box, 4086..
'Vie Girard Life Iniurtutee, Annuity and
; Trust Company of Philadelphia.
= NO . 408'
•• (CHARTER PERPETUAL.)
CAPITAL AND ASSETS 51,543,3811
4 1 • ' THOMAS RIDG WAY, President.
/WIN F. JAMBS, Actuary,
OONTINUE to make INSURANCE ON
LIVEiS on the most isms) able terms.
ZneY antis Enactors, Trustees and Guardians under
t eim Wills. and as Itemisers sad Assignees.
MThe capital being paid up and invested, together With
arge and constantly inoreciing reserved fund, offers a
pirreatsecurty lo Use fissured.
Cie premiums maybe paid yearly, hanyearly or vat
TTle company add a BONUS periodically to the Tun
. • -
=for life. The FIRST BONUS appropriated In De
-1844, the SECOND BONUS in. December, 1849,
Bthe THIRD BONUS hi December, 1854, and the FOURTH
ONUS in 1869. These additions are made without re
rThng any Moms. , U th e pregUIIPIS to be pa id to the
.e following area Jew examples from the Fegister
• ,Amount of Policy and
1 Sum Bonus or I bonus to be increased
:Policy. Insured addillon by intim additions.
iNo 89 52500 8 887 50
132 3000 1,050 tO
• " 199 • • 1000 400 00
1. 4 383 woo 1,871 CO..
divot s eburg and Tic pi
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nperkm brands of extra family flour
which we warrant to give satisfaction, for sae by
NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
Cotner Thant and Haricot atree4e
HAKIM. put received and for sale by
• NICHOLS it BOWMAN,
Cor, Front and Market Streets.
Mt PENS in•the world, for 76c, $1 2 5
9 and it, for sale et
rebl6•y SCIIFYFEWS Bookptore.
11211. 011 non-explosiye Pool Oil for soli? by
SICE(OLB & BOWMAN,
I nit Cor. Front and Market Streets.'
X 3,387 50