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jiPac.g.SYitrANlA RAIL ROAD /
- 6"0/31731?; TIME Tatar. Roc Trains /Milli
Gird fren Philadelphia, an: and after 210.VD4Y,,
The Pri.ssimri„-or Trains of tile 'Ponnsylv mill Railroad
Ciatipany dtTart Vent and arrixe . (4'M-re/Ours aid
andtadelpida as follours: '
EASTWARD. - •
"Ptircouctrr tXPRESS TRAIN leaVea Ttarrientu*
etlilz 2.00 A. at., and arrives at WestPhilvelelphin, ht
o.ld 'A. Et:
PAST LT3i E Icitv'es Harrisburg daily (except IClonday)
rat 5.45 a, at., and arrives nt West -' lulaCeipt is at 0.55'
a. se. Passengers take hreakfast at Lar.casteiv. - •
- WAY A 1 131 1 03/310DA.TION, via Mount Joy, ladies
illitrritltfrrg at 7.00 A. 11., and arrivei.at West Philadot%.
Ithia tt 12:25 p. 3t. - ' • ,
• PtsT •3. It. TItAIN leaves Warrislyarg daily (except
Scndityyitt 1.013 P. at., and arrives at West Philadelphia
5:00 P. an.
,TRAIN, cia Co. /n=llla, tonves-Ltnrrisl r
oarg at 4.00 P. M., and arrives at
14:0t.philidelphin.nt'9.30 P. t. -
BALTIMORE EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Harrisburg
dilly (except Monday) nt 2,00 1. te; Altoona: 7.15 A. IS,
tfil'O'breaktigt. aud arrives at Pittsburg at 12.00 noon,
:01.1XUADRLPHIA EXPRESS TRAIN 'leaves Harris
burg sdaily at 3.00 A. M. Altcs.na, at 8.00 A. U., take
bra.tkros`, and arrives et Pittsburg at 12.30 P. u.
• bran TRAIN Itaires Harrisburg at 1.15 2. - m.,tal4
• 4lnkox, add arrives at Pittsburg at 12.30A.m. - •
• , , PAST.LINR. leaves Harrisburg at 3.50 r. 31.; :Altoona
935 e. and arrives at Pittsburg at 1.00
t4A11111.1513UR0 ACCOMMODATION 'TRAIN leaves
Ptikindelphia at 2.30 r. tr., and arrives- at Harrisburg at
WAY ACCOILMODAT/ON TR AiNleares Philadelphia
a+ 4,011- - p, x..,11ud arrives at - Harrisburg at 9.40 r. tr.
This train runs:via. Mt. Joy.
SAMUEL D. YOUNG,
Stf.ht. Iltddie Lir. fstin'a :
4:ut?e , ,
ikTORTHERN CENTRAL - RAIL.:
'Three trains daily , to and front Baltimore and Wash-
Cdnueeticius made with trains on Penusylvmda. Rail
road, to and front Pittsburg :tad the Nett. -
_1411.) ItAISS DAILY to rind from the North and
Watt Branch Susquehanna, Elmira, and alt of ;'northern
NeW Yorlt; ' --
itionifttetifortcsty, Apiil 291/t.1863..the Paxsengar
TrifittS 61 - tbe Northern Ceutral Railway will arrive at
caul depao.front Ilarrbdure, end Baltimore as follows,
vitt?' • -' '
-- HAILTRAIts: leaves Sunbury daily (except. , ,
Suntia,,t)' 70.10 A. 11.
leaves Harrisburg • 1.15 P. 51
s Zarnvcsnt Baltimore 6.85 P. IC
F.XgRE,” -tR.k . lll teaves Sunbury daily
leaves Harrisburg (except
arrivcsl at Baltiutore
(except,' Monday) 6.15 A. Y.
11 , ARVISORG ACCOM3IODATION leaves _ _
- eept 'Sunday) `
""' "'leaves Ilartistineg
'arrives at, .SunburyEXPRESS, TRAIN loavesiThdtirnore daily.,
• - arrives arliarrislurg
loav e s llarrisburg; daily (ex
arrives at Si nbarY ,
"LIARRISBURII:ACCOng DATION leaves
-• ..;;;;,Baltinioreda ly (except :un
- ' day).
.2.55 P. SI.
- r itrrivai at flarrisburg. ' - 530 P. U.
. For further informatiou apply at t o o Office, in Penn
sylvania Railroad Depot, liarrisburk.' ;
- J. N. DLIPAiiRT,
IcENV- AIR "LINE ROUTE.- Three
,Traini Pally to New York and Philadelphia.
,On and after Mimday, Al rt 7 2otiosea, the Passenger
fritre the Uhilarlelphintuid iteadingißsilroad
Depat,raffarrisburg, tor New : York and Philadelphia, as
foliows,• ; viz: . • ... -
EIiPittISS LINE iCAVCS Ilarrisburg,at 2.15 A. at., on
eifidralol, the:Penniyicania Rafirnad hapreis Train from
„ the Ifeot2irricing,in is.:esv York at 920 A. Id..and
delPiriztat 8.20 A. 51. A sleeping car is attached, to the
train ili,6nigh froia-Pittsburg wahoilt change.
.."51.A1L TRAIN leaves ilatiisburg at 8.00 A. 51., ftiri,Ving,
!n_ Yprk at s.Sir P. !11., and•Philado phirCht 1.50 P.
; FAST TANN leaves Irarrishurg at 2-00 P. :1,.-ntriving
Ne*,lork,at, 10.25 P. 35., and Philadelphia at 7.00 0.35.
VAST LEN leaveli New York at (31.10 ' A.3I, and 1111 n..
Alelphist at 8,15 a. as, arriving at liarrisburg at 1.15 P. 31
MArla TRAIN leaves New Y0rk...0.1: 12,00 noon. and
'.ll lilitlelphla at 0.0 P.ar., arriving at Ilariliburg at 8.20
EXPRESS TRAIN leaves New 'York' at 7.00 r. tr., at ,
E rlabarg - at 2.10 .t. at. and connecting .With
the Pennsylvania xpresaTralu far Pittshufg. • A sleep
ing ear is al attachod to this train._
• ContietfiOt are inmate at Ilarrisbarg with trains on
the' Vennsyl 'ania. Northern Central and enntberland
Valley, railroads; and at it eadinefor Fltilinielphia,,Pette-
Atli; AV ilk - es arra, Allentown, Easton, ,ke.
Baggago eh eked through. Fare ketwben Nev . / York
'and 1 larrlsh
,_, r,6'3 15 ; le;twean ilarrisburr, and - Phila
delphia, $.3,3a,rn N'e. I ears, and .S.l in N0.:2.
Irl&tiaketsqi other in formatien apply to
,- , • " ' J.J. CLYDE.
Julio 17.'63. tf. General Agent, Harrisburg,
, , ..
,•,._. 1002-;. -- . :* ; .
CinfIIERLAND VAL0,,,1%14,1 , 761.NkL1.Ar
. ibitideO,ADS. - ' 1
CHANGE- OF -1101711.3.—0 n and niter Mancini,- N 0.,.
i. vembor-17,1862., Pagsenger Trains will run daily, as,
tallow,s;(punlays oacupted): : . •
• - Fon' ',. - C' HA' MBE,IISBiTir I G AND - ii . A.li.:
RISBURQ : . . ,--- -
Leave lingeretown , ' 7.00 , - 2.451
-. . Ofreeneagle ' - 7 : 37 3.351
~ , i
.I" A. nrive at ' 8.17 - • 4.29
- - Catobelvtarg , i ,
(Ledve dr - - - 8..117 ' ' 12.55 4
. Levies Shippensborg O.OO . , 7.28
. . " .Itiareville 9.32 2.00
". "Carlisle' ' ' 14.10 , 2.42
d'_ ", Ileebdilieeborg 10 42 :. .3.12
~ .Arrive tit Ifarriebufg --- -t — 11.15 ' '3,40
. .. ....
- , YO R; GUAM .13 E RStUA6AND. If A.. - G4.IR SI
. . _
Arrivi at dtanthersf,arg 11.00 4.30
I Levret , ,,t hambersbnrg-.- 11,10 4.40
.. - Crennatstle - - - 11.55 ,5.31 I:
Arrive' at 41arrisburg - 1'135 " ;6.10 i
51altio0 chino connectionS at Harrisburg . with
trains for, Philadelphtl, New York and Pittsburg; and
with tilting for It points 4Yest• . .
, , O. N. LULL, Supt
VOlCeptimmberstmrg, Nov. 17, 1862. • . ~ C ' •
..-- ' • . / i..1863.
rIILADSLPIIIA A' N D ERIS
re'fatitoAil.: , ::Twereat lino traverses the -Norili
:'—ern and North4esteounties or Pennsylvania to tho, city,
'- of Erlefen.lake Erie. .-- . -. • ,- - '„- . -: I. ,
' ' It has been leased, by the Fennaylnani'a Rail road
.e ChsspaayOuld under. their auspices Is • being rapidly
!awned throtighout its entire length.' - 1„z -
. ' a It is now In use for Plu.senger and Freight bnsineee
— from llarrisbnrg to Driftwood, (2d Fork.) (177 mlleS) on
the Eastern Division, and front Sheffield to' Eric4-(18.
miles,) - on the Western DlSision. .. _• _ ' f
TINS OP, :PASSEyft TEApis AT . riATatisoilliq;
DIAILTBALN lilac N0rth.:....... .. ........ '........ 1.16 - A:Si,
..- .gxiltE.3 Tf14.1.5, !eaves North. '
.. ' 3:00 A.O
' Carl rtinlhrough NVITEITIIT CUANGE both ways ob. these
• trainaiLetiieen Philadelphia and Lock :haven, duct be. ,
....4- tweenl/lakimore and Lock Iltre.rak : , ~- • . 1
. - .81=ant Sleeping Cars on the Express train both ways.
. • For informationsespecting Passenger business apply at
' . the ,S,O. Corner Ilth and Marketstreets, Philadelphia.
7 ' - AtA,A)i, Freight business of the Company's Agents:'
[•- a it. King stoa,Tt.. Cor. lath and Market sts.,Philada.
..).• - .1. W.lieynolds; Erie. , ... . • . ~ ,
j. u.prill.. t tgsent N. C. li..11:-.1141timore; Md. -, -.
.'.IL /1. -HOUSTON, a
• General Freight A ent, l'hlladelphla.t '
LEW L. TIOUPT,
• General Ticket'A At, Philadelphia. :'''
4. ~,',i, - .106.' '. PQTTS,
' - 41*1.7, 6 3 ) - Genera/ Manager, Williamsport.: • 1 '
...„.. . .
ENNED VS rtle - dioal Diaeoverr -. 1
. 1 3 yer 's,admirArilts., '. .. - L• - , 1- -
-, ..-, aeirie'sbod Liver OJ, " - --. 1 •-•:'
Lindlty's Blood Sopil ir ,
,_..i..waites.partaciem, 6 Q ver : s Intters 'r's Stom - Iteh' Bitters,
, • ', .-, .is - ' Llustette '
r iiro*s's Easeitc of JnataleaGingei, .
,• - -.• ~. _. . 11e1^ 4 iltold's Extract" I.lr*ii., ' ,
Badwdre Medicines, -- L-T.-. - .._ '-- '
, - SPaiditig's , .Ttiroitt Co - r&Jon l s,
•• ' "
, . i .,.,
rtszt , lo.mvikinesas
• 4•••••••!....,--tror.f•••: - .. •;•••
<1+;:.41`, , •
FADING- RAIL - ROAD.-SUM
littEAT TRUNK VEIN train, the North and North
•viest for Philadelphi4New York, Reading, Pottsville,
Itebanon, Allentown,-Easton. &c., &c, 0 .
Trains leave Harrisburg for Philadelphia, New York,
Reading. Pottsville, rindtdidutermediate stations ; at 5.00
and 2.04) Pat. • • - •
Now York iiipress leav'ei Harrisburg, :112.15'A,
eirriving at NeW York at 9.15 the same morning. .
Fares train Itarristirg: To New York $5.15: to Phila
delphia s3.3s'and $2,80. Baggage checked through.
Returning, leave New York at OA. 12 Noon, and
7P. at., (pittsbiug Express.) Leave Philadelphia at
8.1.5 . a.m.,niud 3.00 - p. M.
SkePirigearit in the New Ydrk Express Trains through
to and froni Pittsburg without change.'
Passengers by the Catawksa ltaiiroad leave Tamaqua
at. 8.50 A. M, and 2.15 p. for Philadelphia, New York,
end ell WoY.,Points. •
Trains leave Pottsville lit 9.15 A.1141=1 2ad P. 31", for
'Philadelphia, Harrisburg and New :York. • - -
. An Accommodation Passenger traia, leaves ,Beading at
6.00 A. .21„ and returns from Philadelphia at 5.00 P. M.
4r-x) -- All the above Oaths run daily, Sundays ex
cepted. _ ,
A Sunday train leaves Pettivillo at 7.30 A. 11., and
Philadelphia at 3.15 P. EL
Cumniutation. Mileage,Pertten, and Excursion Tickets
atscduced rates to and Awn all points.
G. A. 'MCCOLL%
• ' • General Superintendent.
June 17,18634 E • -
ANTED !—WANTED at VTR
CHEAP WHOLESA.LEand IZEZAIL ,STONE
OF WILLIAM GELWICXS,
For which the blew& re ice in CASTI Will he pact
= =DRIED FRUIT, '
POTATOES, • -
209 t. at,
6.10 A. as
9.35 A. be
1.15 P. If
4.05 P bi
WHOLESALE AND -DETAIL,
9.15 r. S:•
606 Ravi Q. Eifqt:,
,3.130 A 11.
5.38 A. It
'5O I3ag4 Aghton FAno .Salt ;.
1200 Bap; Thble or-Dgry 94dt ; 7
50 Boxes Prime Englisy 4:11,
140 -Dozens Corn Brooms ;
50 Doieris Assorted Brctshes;'
50,000 Segars at. 3,lannfactun?re Prices; - ,• .
25 Boxes.Essetice Coffee ; • .
Syrups of sdl kinds by the barrel; « ,
White and Ercoin.Stigars by the barrel;
G tonna and Ungron'n'd Spices at TV' hoiesalti riCes;'
100 whole and halt Intiels N 0.3 ;
50 Nihrdo and half barrels N 0.2 Mar.keral ;
25 whale and half-barrelS Mackoiai
Shrvl, Herring, Trout and White Fish in aeasSn
101 liv.grs of Nears.
100 gross Nfstche.s at frictnry prices; • •
200 doz 31ason's Shoo blackleg at factory lirices; s _,,
300 doz. Packed:Smoking Tobacco,
TOBAGO() OF ALL KINDS,
At City Prices, from'slbe. to a box
Bed Cords: Wash Lines and Twlnes by the dozens
Painted linckota by the dozen;
Stove Minh nod indigo by the box or ;dozen;
Water ;mid Sugar Crackeniby the barrel;
Together with the largest and most varied assortment of
in the town;
In regard to prices; I can sag that it is in y dete7nirri:
thin to fell goods. very hylv, and byAso doing:sell the
largest gnantity which I consider pays methe .best'
Goods will bo politolyshown to enstomers;and if not
convinced after• an , examination that hie stock-is the
largest from Which to select, and his priCes on allarticles
s I )w, and on very many articles lower than any other
• M. '
8:47" • • 215
holtto in town, he will not etpectto-mahe
Tke special attontlon of country, merchants is invited
to this stock of merchmlizo, asj can and will soltpods
as lOw ns arty honse in the city; - •
- ' dELViaIiS.
WM. F. TA.I3,P.R.CIiAItLES.PLACB:
rl3 lA. MILL S, .
53 and 55 W ASAINGTON ST., NlVir 1(0 11k.:
Put,up in tin fuil Pound papers, I 8 iu a box, and.ls bulk'
Our prices range from 7- to 30 cents. We put 6 the
Jura, and rocirzo* us Wier
brands of Superior= Coffees.
We' believe our Coffee to be better than any gonad
Coffee now in use. All orders itddresied to us, orie our
'Agents, Messrs. PLACEYou:6OB3 Charribersio4t,
street, Now York - City, will rc e pre,
prompt attention. 'The retail .trade- Supplied bJ first'
;class Jobbing houses In the various cities. -"
8.-.-Trade Price List furnished upon appipuki nt to
April 1, '63.3in. - TABER &
ATCHES, JEIV ELRY • & ItA-
imve always on hand eilrge .
WiIiCiNDSI--Lessis Ladomus.cE Co., 802 %nut • -
r Street , ' Philadelphia,,, ,
iStock of GuLD and siLVEit 'WATCILES sultalt i for
`Ladies, Gentlemen' orßoyswear. StmeOfourovha. ,-- Ratand - RoachDestroyer. -
qmrtation,extra,fine quality. -
leave In say that
h i sOurassortmentofJewelryconsistsof the mosiid,r, n Conclusion..Niionbegs_
!enableand.richdesigns;asalsotheplainerandlt4 ex : , -' I etoouvi,ovaysbekeptnp_to_therers
pensive.. - - - -- -- r. . best poinWand, will include ;Silier Spoons, Forks, Pie, Cake and Fruit, ..:
every thing cal;'
'alsonlarge variety of Fancy Silver Ware, sultabl f or
Dridil Presents. --• ' • ' - ' , , , , ' • . --
We have also on hand, a most splendid assor trait of,tedcrogivehealth
Diamond Jewelry, - of all kinds, to which we t r ite: - . . -. ~ ..•
, ' - ',• , ./ . , ' - , •
especial attention. Oar prices will be found - consi or o,., ,
~ and ennitort tir - the, afiliotid. ,
lily less than the same articles are usitall y sold for, , .. , Derides - Such Articles as taste requires: • ,
. - 's l - raerc.handise can
.be. had at loyfer-rates' CI t
- _-. Ali kinds of Watches repared in tho,vory best .f o n. The Important laver in busbies; irmotieY;artdltalt
, , .:
~,, fer . mull .tixtut time, Xmas,- ~ e- -,' ,• f
. - -
net, and warranted togive satisfaction:
WEDDING ItINGS on mem and lan de to order . ji
or address -_ . ,•- .• LEWIS Lid:433lUß &- Coi--. -
802Clicattiut Street, Ph iladOip4,
. , . .'' ,• ,: desires - . to
' P.s,—The highest cash price paid for rold Golttod ~, HIS ZUSINESB STRICTLY ~.
i Silver. All orders from the country will recce CASH.
) especial attention. : April =,'CslN7h; -\ • June 17,1863.
0.Vi 1 :11E DIAMOND.
-ALSO - FOR SALE,
Wattlys nob cliqlrq.
-, --..,n-411-4174nittit.t.----Atepositoiii3Alliatibe.rsbute- - 14.
- pr'O f .ftlebifings 61 - r
_LI I -it nizi.Ose since the comrencmant of
2on's?cfr Store. has thcro been so*
FULL coItIPLETE A "STOCK.
' of Vre.ll -and
pERFEaIiN RELIA)3LE MEDICINES
To offer to' tiOe. who are se unfortunate as to lie
compelled F indulge in: such luxuries. The ..
- feat is,,thi unless time arelarge and rapid -
a •sales.- n establishment can supply its
eustorers With strictly. fresh and re=
liablremedies, in the shape of •
• Drg - A and Cheinicals. 'Time
) }feels . With 'much more , '
ipidity many more erti- ' ' '
chi in medieino than in any - -
oth4Mere handiso, hence the.ne- .
cessity,of trinid change of stock to",
• secure. ti the:purchaser lust what- is.
wanted. 11:KON is able, by rapid changes
imstock, alters to present the very best to his
enstoiners. "lb desks to keep the above "facts be
' fore tie community, and to solicit a ,
continuance of favors. In connection with his full
: 12 ) S E I 5:,,
. , hoofers a full nisoit - ment of '.- 7 •
PATENT, MEDICINES OF STANDAIVO CIIAR—
Such as: - -
Jayne's ' '
' Preparationsi i
110:getter's Bitters, ,
Drake's Bitters, -
German- Bittern, - •
• ' Wishart's Pine Tree Cordial,
. .Tarrant's Aperient.
' Hunt's Liniment,. ,
•Blair s HypophoSphitca,
Wright's PiDs, -
Slorse'a• • ••
Leidy Pills. '
Pry Davis's Pain Killer. •
• - fakir:stock's VermiSigo.
- I Worm Candy. -
' • Plastery, - •
with many'.othr articles in this Him, all of which.
aresdl only Mt the representation of
tb makers of the articles.
BAIN'S. LUBIN'S. EDRIHI'S
' and other
CxOICE 0.:111:1J1I - ERY AND SQ_Ai'S
. Xair Dyes, Pomades, and
Other utiles for tho Hair, among which is
One of the' bat aed .most 'cleanly articles for -the
: Hair', centainingno greatti, yet rendering
' '.'' ' . the Hair soft and
gleAl'; erl preveetingit from prematurely; )
- , falling off.
NIX OWS GL - YOERINE LOTION,
Which is igit the article needed for the remov
al of Datiruff from the= Scalp, and leaving -
the liqsoft and glossy. In presenting.
• - thesetivo articles -furl the Hair, the.
• Pririettir has the satisThetion of
'Us - wing that they do all
• • - -that is represented.
ICON TETTER OINTMENT
enfitinuesns much a
tforitO as over and it caa
and ke4 perform remarkable cures •
of Skin )senses, and is guaranteed in 'all
rses to act as repreiented.
HORSE IND CATTLE PO,:tVDE.R
less than one
3 - a,r and a. half OVER. TiV1:15 4 4
TY-Frq ErAYI: - 11DMI
SOLD. and aro on tho It is jiist
- tho powder for .
_The - b - -
e 9°l'6- The 'Sheep,'
It is neatly tit r ep and full directions tre with each
pack. tandreds of tesfimonials dould
ht presented, but the pro
- • ' prictor deems it ' .
• •,' . - best • - •
to It it travel on its own taerits. ,
Is made onlrat Nixon's for thisConnty, and has a
- holtof friends who can,testify - "
' ' ' in its merits.
Nixcl is able to offer a large stock of
Trusses, • • -
- • - Shoulder Braces.
Bmah 04, +
?allot Powders, • ' -
. Shaving Soaps, : ,
- Toilet Soaps,
-•- PoOket Books,
• Plirsei" •
• ...-Tolitb:; Powdery,
, Washes, Toothl3iushes,
sponges, - , -
• ' Fhigh .11rttihe,g,
- Starch,'.; -
' - -
ADDLERY I - 'SADDLERY
die's, Bridles, Harness, bollarS, Tranks, Yallsea, &c.
Sign of the HOUSE COLLAR.
dEriElllAll OYSTER *pectfullyretarnsids thanks
to his patrons for, the _.liberal encouragement received
front them heretoforemal he would invite theta andthe
community generally, who may. nerd any thing in his
lino, to give him it cellAt his OLD - STAND,, on the East
side of 311th, Street, Minborsburg,ltive doors Sonth of
Huber A-Tolbort's Hardware Store, where he keeps con
stantly on hand every variety of -S ADDL id RY, AND'
HARNESS of his own 3innufacturci, and he is prepared
to sell thesamo at terms that defy :Competition. Every
link; e Offered for Weds warranted to be made' of the
best material and by cOmpetent Workmen, which will be
fully demonstrated on , art examination thereof..
TRUNKS AND VALISES.—H&.wonId also cell the
attention of persons Wanting a , goed, neat,, cheap and
entistanial Trunitor . Viplise, to his assortment. -
Junoll7, '63. . ;
AND HARNESS MAN
UFACTORY.—The undersigned would respectfully
announce to his friendl and the public generally, that
he has taken the' SADDLE ANp HARNESS SHOP for. ,
morly Carried on by Matthew (Hilatt, dec'd. Pn WEST
MARKET STREE2',ineetr the v anococheaoe. Creek, in
tho Borough of fhauthereburg, 'Where he manufactures
Saddles,- Bridles and Harness, and has constantly on hand,
an excellent ussiirtment of Oolliirs, - '
- He employe none talt the best of Workmen, and con
structs A litiVOrk front Oa beet material. TRUNTE.B and
VALISES constantly In hand, all - of Wbith will be sold es
cheap ;lathe cheapest.' A continuance of the former pai
tronage of the Ahop Is most respectfully solicited:
Juno 13 JAMES D. OILLAN.
11 HIPS-! WHIPS ! -:WHIPS
WILLIAM SIIIiLITO SON, Etrllar of Main and
Whshington Streets, Chambersburg, Pa., manufacturers
of all him:Net 'WHIPS, such . -tis' Wagon, Carriage and
Riding Whips of variStis siris'and of superior, quality,
which they offtr to the public, either by Wholesale or
Retall„.at very moderate prices.. LASIIES of all lengths
kept constantly on hand and for sahkby the doten, very
cheap. They also manufacture' superior ROL E COL.
LARS, to which they Invite attention. f
Orders trout atlist4co solicited and promptly attend
ed to.'4.- • ' - • June IT, '53..
QADDLES, Harness, Gears, Bridles,
13 CoUnrs,i Whips, Stirrups. Bitte,SpOro aE'
ways on hand, nt ourßhops. • & GORDON,
CUR STOCK OF SADDLES AND
Bridles fa very 'euperior, and the prices trill anit
every body. Came and see. DEVIL fi GORDON. •
n - UR WORk. 1g: WARRANTED
Ur and vim believe ,eannot be beat. We employ Jill
. ;DEIHL a GORDON.
ARNESS OF EVERY DESCRIP;
Con. Broad Ochre, Plow. Gears .Collars, &c., on
oral constantly, of our own make.
.-ix - TE USE NONE .11UT THE TEST
t Leather. andßeap none but the best made gooUa,
and sell at reasonnblp prices. MUHL LGORDON.
Coal; Amber, &c.
O. A. Dr.ITZ. TENO beDOWELL.
DE T Z ' 0 - Vit L L •• :
iYlltL P4Y-,TSE•B-IGIEST PRICE
IN - CASH FOR
FLOUR, l '
A.fid all kinds of
P - 07,
- -i S. \o<
A. Li l t , It 11l ',Slut!!
COAL, • • '
EMENT, , •<!
1 AND ,pAND,
P _ F 0
.0f it 4 M'I?OWELL'S
iVA:REHOt r i q-liP COAL YARD,;
H at" B:* 11.8,11 U BG,
, 1. 1 ;:, •s:,
On itilorth R•qiT3 ' e - re'et, -
GRtENC - A.ST_LE,"'PENN'A'
W r I)R i C ! COAL
LIIIIDER I LTllilDilirS;- I LEO.t BERT -& SON;
acing purchased the Coat tied Lumber yttni of ()surge
A. Del ts. Will cuntinuo to car on the same business, and
will always haveoulhand largo 'supply of Lainber and
Coal. They will be prepared SS till all- orate at the
shortest notice. Tfiey respectfully solicit the Patron
age of the tate firth and the public generally,and all
who may devlre minx and Lumber to givs theni a call.
feeling- assured that no means will be spared to ficcem
modate those an the most reasonable terms. -
Juno 17; '0341'.. ` LEO. EBERT & SON.,
:.4110406:aiiii.t_Sbcio.,__'‘._, - L
E ,STORE . .--The §ob,-
.1.1 scriber, take • this method if (informing the clti.
zone Chamfers nig and, vicinity,• that he- has lust
returned from P 4 elphia with an ENTIRELY •NEW
STOCK of Boots Mil 'Shoes, of every variety, style and
pattern, and of the best manufactures. • ,
• Re has no old Slis)keepers on head; • -His whole stock
is new. Give him a- call-fyon can easily suit yourself.'
Ho Invites the Ladies, especially, •to call, as he 'will take
pleallure itishowing Ids goods. • Store- in the rook' fot:4
mils occupied byyriderick Smith, Esq.,ifia Law Office,
and more recently, used for the purpose by Georg. e Eye.
tor, nit, two door North of Fisher's Hotel, 3lainStteet 7 .
His large and welt seTected Mock, ho being a practical
Shoetnaker, conalifter of Ladles' gaiters,. Boots, Slippers
• and Buskins ; and Chlldesn's ' Boots arid-Shoes;
Gentlemees Gaiters, Slippers:lMS and Brogans:
Do not forget the place,-- No trouble to show Goods at
the NEW STORE:two doors North of Relates Hotel,
AMain Btricet,ChaMbersburt, Pa.: by-- - , -
'June 17.1.862: ' • PETIR YELDmArT.,)
e lAit AND SEE In UNDER
./siarrED ambiances to his numerous' iamb' au&
cuttkonerh, that 'he - 'continues to monafaCture ta order,
and 'keep oic hen& a - full and complete istiortment of
various qualities Mid styles of SHOJIS and GAITERS,
for •Ladies, Misses and Children. ilia. assortment- of
BOOTS, SHOES, &c., for Men and .Boys' - wear 'is com
--plate; to which ho I respectfully invites attention: Work
of an kinds made to order to a - neat and.dutable mam
.nir and at short 4otice. Call andeee before Parchaeing
31M:4:here. and he yrillaalinfy parchment that he sells at
yet,' prellta` for*P.ash. Don't forget the place—
manly opposite - A fleeter's Store; Chatabersberg,
Ea, j • GEORGE LBUNBII.
Jane 1 . 0863. i•
IF.PARATIOTe' GENUINE: PR-F-7!
, . .
HIGHLY d 0 NoENT - 11.9.tt1i; - 0031 -:
'POUND 'FLUID, EXTAADtDUCEIV: " • '
A positive and spetiSe remedy :. • -'.
. for Diseases ettlzo .. • '
BLADDEA, TiIDITETS, GRAVEL, t
This medicine increases thepowerof Digestion and
excites the absorbents into healthy action.
by which the Watery ok , Ctaeareous .
Depositions, and alllinnatn
,- - -
rat Enlargements ate ,
reduced, as ~ - , , -
- well as Pain and Inflammation, and is .
GOOD 'POE MEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN:
SELMBOLD'S EXTRACT, BUCHII,.
For Weaknesses arising from
EXCESSES, HABITS• OF DISSIPATION,
• EARLY, INDISCRETIONS., :
OR ABUSE, ,
ATTENDED WITH THE FOLLOWING . SYMPTOMS: .
Indisposition to Exertion, -
Loss of Memory, ,
Weak Nerves, -
, Herter of Disease, '
Dimness of Vision.
• . -
Hot Hands,. •
Pallid Countenance,. .
' • • Dryness of the Skin;
Universal Lassitude of the Muscular System,-
'Loss - of Power,
Difficulty of Bieathing,
• - Wakefnlness,
• . Pain in the Bank, ' - • t r :
- Flushing of the Body, •
' - ' Eruptions on the Face:
ihese symptoms if allowed to go, on, which the
medicine invariably removes,
soon follow - • ' •
IMPOTENCY, FATUITY, EPILEPTIC FIT&
In ono of which the patient may expire.
Who can say that they:are not frequently followed .
by those direful diseases, .‘ •
" INSANITY AND - CONSUMPTION."
Many are aware of.the cause -
of their suffering, bitt none will confess. '
'THE RECORDS OF THE INSANE ASYLUM;
and the melancholy deaths by Cormucip
tion bear - ample witness to _
tho truth, of the - •
THE dONSTFIIITION, ONCE AFFECTED WITH
ORGANIC WEAKNESS. ,
Requires the aid of medicine to strengthen and:in
. vigorate the system, which . ' •
HELAIBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU
• Invariably does.
A trial will convince the most skeptical ,
Old or young, 'single, married. or contem-,
Ii affee.tions peculiar to Females the Extraht
Buchu is unequalled by any other remedy, as .
• Chlorosis ar Retention,. Irregularity, Pain= -
, fulness,- Or Suppler:mon .of Customary. •
Evadmation,ilJll.lhmted or Scbirrous , •
• state of ail:. Mans. Leucorrhea
or .Whites, Sterility, and for
allcomplaints incident to -
the Seur.. whether ari-t
sipg from Indis
efetioni-Rabits of Dissipation, or lithe •
DECLINE OE CHARD& OP LIFE. .
(See Symptom's above.)
1-.70 FA24.iVY SitouLD BE WITHOUT IT.
. . . .
Take no .more Balsam- Mercury: or 'Unpleasant
- Medicine for Unpleasant and Danger- -
sr wens Diseases.
sie,'S ECHE T - -D IS EA S . E 8, '7diat
In all tjffeirSttiges: = - • - '
Little or no change in Diet; • - ,
• At little Expense;
. •11 - Ett onvenience;
AND NO EXPOSURE.
It causes a frequent desire and gives strength to
Urinate, thereby removing Obstructions, Pre- '
venting and Curing Strictures of the Erre
tha, .Allaying, Pam and Inflammation,
so frequent in this class of diseases,
and expelling all poisonous..dis
• eased and 'Worn' out matter.
THOUSANDS UPON THOUSANDS_
. ' Who have-been the victires
of Quacks, and who have paid •
. heavy fees to'be cured in ashort time,
have found-they weredeceived, and that ,
the Poison has, by the use of - Powerful As- .
tringenta, been dried up in the system, to break
out in an aggravated form. perhaps after Msnaison,
HELItROIIIit'S EXTRACT BUCHU
for all Affeotionsand Di*eases of _
THE IJRINAIIY ;ORGANS, -
, mhetluir existing izr
MALE 'OR FEMALE, FROM WHATEVER
CAUSE ORIGINATING AND NO - MAT;
- • ' TER HOW LONG . STANDING. •
Diseases of these oilcans requirolbe aid Ma
- ~ Diuretic. _
HEL3I,BO.LD'S_ EXTRACT BI7C11:II
IS THE. GREAT DIURETIC.
And it is certain to have the desired effect on Disea
ses for which it is recommended.
EVIDENCE OF THE MOST RELIA
BLE AND'RESPONSIBLE CHARACTER ,
will accompany the medicinei.
CERTIFICATES OF CURES 'OF DlS=`:
EASES OPPROM EIGHT TO TWEN-' "
- TY YEARS STANDING. " -
," with names known to science turd fame.;
" PHYSICIANS'' PLEASE " NOTICEe!
we make no secret of Ingredients. •
EELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BtrQntr
Is combosed of Bean, Cublihs,Junieer Berries;
selected with grstit care by a competent drug- ,
gist. • \ Prepartd :170,CU0.' 11. 'T. -
HELMBOLD. Practicalt a' td Ana-1 2 •
lytieal Chemist, and- sole Mantifactnrer:oi:•`
- • - , EELMBOLD'S ' F ' 1
AFFIDAVIT. •r, ;
• - •
Personally appeared before me. an Alderman of the
City of Philadelphia; 11. T. lI.ELMBOLD.*ho
being duly sworn, doth say his preparations
' contain no narcotic, no mercury, or other
injurlowt drugs, but, are purely ver-
• • • ;11.- T.•RELMSOLD. _
• Sworn and subscribed before me this Ad day of
November, 1854: •
- 'WILLIAM - P. HIBBARD:
' - 'Alderman, Ninth se., alkltace,
PHYSICIANS 'IN ATTENDANCE 'PROM "S
31.AILIt'S P. M.' " "
PRICE $1 rzn.,-BOTTLE o& SLX ss:'
- Delivered to any address. securely packed
from "observation. -Address- lot-
tors for information . •
. • inconfideneep •
T,.HEYNEB.GLI i -CHEMIST:.
Depot 104 •SOUTH- TENTH STAHEL -, •
- Below Chestnut, Philadelphia.
BEWARE GP I. COUNTERFEITS AND
EIPLED DEALERS, - -
, who endeavor to disistos of their own•andntheir ar.;
• . tidos on the reputation attained by,. r ,
, RELMBOLD'S 0 UTHE PREPAI%ATIONE:
. Itelmbold's Genuine Extract Mullin;
Ilelmbold's Genuine Extract Sarsaparilla:
Helmbold's Genuine Insproved.Rose Wash.
Sold by DrtnpM . E - vocywhere.
ASIA" FOR' iIELINIBOLD'S•;—TAICE- 'IIC,
Cut out the adiertisatisdrithnd sendloritiiind
,iaaposition and : expasexe., Desmbey, .
' • itymptOme /dancer& •. • •
-CURES GUARANTEED; DVXCE
' GRATIS. •
Sept, 10, '62-Iy.
1863. - - - - 1863.; -
T ICI. Isr.6 ,RaLRO_R.I ITN
'I7.ItANKLIIV'HOTEL BOILDIWG;CORNER Of
WriS MARKET:KRESS and:the DIAMOND, Ciikti, -
- ,BERSIIIIRG, Pa. JOHN T SOSHINSON, Proprietor. ":1;
"The undersigned givesMoticOo 11.6 lelrlostafgetterous
patrons and to tha_publie geherally,:tbat he has %Avon,
hand, add - oilers to purchasers, for cashi the largest and
most tuitrrraive ate* of - „
for the 'Spring'and Summer seasons, vier presented. in:
this plebe. - HIS-long established Character for selling
-Clothingomarmpassed in Style, Finish mid Darability,i
he is determined to meirdala and making his Purchases ,
intheltettern Cities this Sear i ori, at the propitionalinie,'
'enables him:. to otter, his' patrons garments .at priret:
cheaper than the cheapest. He Makes thesnstatement
in no boasting or vain spirit, but ;asks
public to give him anal/ and decide for themselves who.,
in the trade in thle section, titters ithe -bastlinducerrietei'
to purchasers.. the material of everzmument old be
him is purchased frord finit-class Regnant the prin.
Pal cities, add the manufacttiring Is done Under hie'riu
Supervision in this place,. by, workmen ot,acknoviledcod
' With Me stock of READY-MADE CLOTHING; '
he invites attentlen to a large - Old splendid assaartuteuti
of Gentlemen's .
which he Warrants to suit the most listidieits "taste de;
he most economical pocket.
`Keep-his plate in remembrance and = gire him ecall.
- Innel7 'd3. - JOIfNT,HOSKIICON.
ELLIOTT, - . CLOTHIER
west &ma. of ths - DIAXONNneit I door to the
nk, CHAMBERSBURG, has just returned. from thos
City' with a large stock of - saperior and Seasons - MO
0001* such. na- - CLOT HS, CASSI AtERES,i ttAYMITTC4= I
d A Sid; CORDB;A CI., for 'oats. and VALVRTS, eATI A
HARdRITI4I%and other Vestings.' 't My this '
selection_ of READY-MADE CLOTELIA - 8,7 a!hich
prepared to tell at the very lOwest ninriot prices.
CUOTOAI.EII WORK.-As he emplOys A first-rate cat
ter. he is prepared to. make up, all .kinds of Garments. ,
for Men eusetDoysito order, in-the -latiVetyles. Satter'
faction will be guaranteed....- • ,
Alarge aseertmen_t of i3Einatura'S Funtiannto Gimps,
Wichita altirta,: Drawers. Ciallara:litividlterchiere, Sus- -
penders, Carpet Shia, Umbrellas., be, ka. always on ,
hind,' , Givohim a - call - and turriSmOneje. pima It, '63,
A ,J. , W111T4,-3,lracaitim
AND — PEALEN cr.4qr4t-
LIVOI—(EIOS.IE •-• • • • ' '
' " • FORNISIIING GOODS,
i+fece Goad 4 sold by th?a,d, sad no charge' foi
Garments sold to'Versons who wish them made
Machine Silk. Chalk, and Inch memoirs, sold. -Throe;;,.
doors North of Eyster's Dry Gisods- . Stor:e,
Imrg, Pa. , 1 4JiroolT,lB6Z. r.
WONDERYCILL. S I:BN.TAF I.L 1
DISCOVERY—At the present time thoughtful
mines everywhere are loath* for the revelation of Moir .=
and important discoveries in science, and 'when a theory.
is presented claiming to, have discovered new light and
to have removed the veil of obscerity:Rom a subject iff
the highest importance, upon . which; runch ,hasleen q
Written,it is proper tilt the debts of this theory be' -
presented and carefully examined and tested, Which; is ^
destined to transcend in importance to sngering hume n
ity, all other discoveries, the lightning red and telegiaph
not excepted. We hold that thehumanaystem is butni, r
galvanic arrangement, with its - acids - and alkallea t cea
etituting the positive and negative forces, andthateVeryl t
mental and phYsteal,manifestation, either voluntary or
involuntary, is the result of this antagonism; th,it 1it;11 , 9 4 '
tion, circulation, secretion, and excretion aro wholly at—
tributabie td the law of electrical inthienees; that the , -
nerves are the conductors of ELECTMetrt, and that there
is a polar action established throiagh the nervous system
which connects with every part of the body. establishing
and preserving a proper balance of the electric elemeur
which constitutes health; and a disturbance of which
causes disease; that there are strietly but two conditions*
of disease—the one positive, the other negative; and - as
&masseur possesses these two inherent principles; it
will, if applied according to thei electric polarities and.
requirements of the system, arrest, or; in other' *aide;
neutrolize the disease by the restoration of 'prone? polar.-
,action. 'We also assert that all drags takenintOthe syS='' '
tem act strictly upon electrical principles; that In= 'lf.
decomposition the latent electricitylriset free, and that,
though the electrical polarities of, the nervous system,-,:i
14U -changes are produced. either for good 07 for trill; that ;
in, thainelpient stage of disease it may tend to equalise
the forces, and restore harmony ; but after the case ball to
become refractory, paralyzing the nervous communics
. dons, and changing The. constituents .of , the and
- arresting the digestive action of the stomach and
power of approbation, no internal - process of niedication.
ever has, or ever can, suceeed.in removing the cause Of "
'the disease, its only tendency being to,nrultinly and corn
plicatethe trynaptomsr. • .'
-On the. contrary, Etr.,,samrrr -being the 'Mal element'
upon which life depends, can be directed to, any part of
the body, and even after the: vital fatictions seem pari:
lyzed,possesses,thepower of ,arettaing the dormant on.
orgies, equalizing the circulation; and - the SySteni to a
- selfsnstaining system. Ono very important feature of
ibis treatment is, that no time is lost in experimenting
with disease. •By means 4if electrical-teat an accurate
diagnosis is given at once, determining the' locality and;'
of the disease, and indicating the treatment to
be pursued... The curienta are perfectly Under the coni
trot of the operator, and can bo regulated-to snit the ,
delicate nerves edit child with Ont any - unpleasant setts-
Akin. AR those who have long, sufferedirom Weld end
-obstinate" disease—:Acute, Chronic, Inflammatory or
Paralytio—areinvited lb call and - Consult: • • •` 1
'CONSULTATION' FREE. . .*. °
BROWN . 17411.
OF nag in Franklin Building, West ; Market. Street, 4th door from the corner of the - Diamond; Chaiatisturg, /41
June 17, '63-tf , ' _ :
. . _
O.IIY. IS . ,
'F f — COX
"cirrit tol3# 'COMM EC% TlLlittaii. CilsPr§
Best The and cheapest .ffauseAold Renjer
- MADAME Z.ti)C6PORTERI3
GRE T 'COUG M,ED
- - • ,
kadamtrZadocPorter?s Ottiagire: . BalsanCl
le warranted ffriseclacturding toth &recital:is,' to Orel -
in all cases, Coughs, Colds,. Whooping - Vough v Anthino u
load all affections of the Threat arid Lungs: - •
; - Madame . ZadoePorter t i
- • .
is isreptuvd :with all ineVecluisito care mid Skill, fronia"
Comblnationof the 4estr,einedles the vegetable kitistlixba -
I,l7eribi: 'lts remedial ciusilitiaare based on its poWer
to assist the healthy and vigorous• circulation. or - the
blobil; through the lungs. It isnot a'.yielent remedy,
but emollientovlifraing,searebing and - effective; can be
taXen by the , oldest per son,or youngest child.:
l,'t . Madame Zadoc-Poiter's • Betharn ' - -
been need by the pieb‘ for ores' 1S `years and:hint
er,Aniree Its present sales dm ply_ by. being recommended ,
141hoseieho have cued it, to 'their nifiluted - trteirie and
'4/Tre• - :t
- ; 'MOST - •
mtaanieladk F`Orter'ebnietiv ealCitt" a
price...which brings - It in the rdi. 2 ll.otereryone - to kiip it
collYautent tornw The timely , we et a *ogle lit4t.lo
Prove to be worth /0-9 7.5 ltg Doer s .1 .
• ' NO T-I
Bainient money. • Tai not be, p denuded" to, ptirclanie
•dttieloint 3,e; to SI•i" 'which do tiot contain the-virtual of
a. 13 a Bottle offtad ameMorteasa Curathro 'ltaisaincthe •
coat of Mannfattraing.lititlW;la as:
,gttat es-that of
:moat day;othot, medicine And the AerY'llaw" , ,Pride at
which it tiOld,ltnekentliepthilt tothe aallerirmarent=
Mnall, and tinprinciple'deldera aometintes,
coinniand othei'Madieined width proiltente
ittileas, the onatometa itriet upon hatiVkladamii
POrteeinaudin6ne =Aker: Aak to Madattio'Keteem thk,
rattve - Baleittaamieo - 39`tta.innd .1u latgo - bottles, 25•;' ,
cta,. and, take ma - other. „ If '.ottiniti not let 1t eioc . ,
- itore 'moan at Another:'• '
• i•Air , SoldbY all Druggists ann•AWelceopete a 1 acts.°
and in litger biatica at 25 cte. • . • .*
• .:T 1 : 1 •- • - " - HALL,4ltUCZED,Piwtfetore6' •
Jan 28,'63-Iy. • , • Bett•;Yort.—
^'l For Bale by lionahey and Jacob S
•- • paiwur,EcrA,,
-lbr - the ihNef of No MOCanl•Diatrestr4 4tirictecritigki ,
Vitsilat and aiinid .DeVocie.,
:rte qt.l.Nraset4f ihs - Sizgai - PrOzta' ,
INDICAVADVICX given , 06.71.sAiiii*Att 77 48*ct
goon. VAL17.4,31:2 RIIPORT2 org:. Eforrootbr,rboomsor.,
. SeraNvii , Weakness, Mitt otlierANsoaself - bt ."
,Olgarts, aocin.o tho,N-BW,It
.25INDIES an . V14101 1 444x
INsponsaty, s oot to nellitaita'ih sealed letter
,4orol t •
rkpoo;; frOo, of clarte , urct br ; fbr
,will be acceptable. -
;I...!c:ddress, D. .7. 13kIT.D.IN H01:74211T0N, 'Ulf:is kr=
gem, Howard' Assoelation ; No. 2 Eolith Ninth Str.oeti,