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. 1868.• 1863. ---
$ R A NKL IN IfOrn, BUILDING; CORNER OF
‘ I F ARK= STREET and the DIAMOND, CRAII
BERSECRO, PA. JOHN I' 110SRINSON, Proprietor.
The nttderslgned gives notice to his legion of generous
}Attain and to the public generally, that he has flown
band, and offers to parthasers, for oath, the Largest and
aloft attrafee stock of
t9r the 'Spring and Summer seasons, ever presented in
Ws - place— H e long established character for selling
tinenrpatised in Style. Finish and, Durability,
he is determined to maintain, and making his.purchases
he the zastern Cities this season, at the prOpitious time,
motes -him 'to offer his patrons garments at prices
cheaper than the cheapest. Ito makes these statements
in no boasting or vain Inirit. but asks a discriminating
public to give him a call and deciaefor themseiveswho.
is the trade in this section:log - ere the :hest induienten•s
to putchasers. The material ofevery garment sold by
parchmed from first-ulnas 'louses in the princi
liatities,, and the manufacturing is done adder his own
dtiperviAlon in this place, by workmen of acknowledged
Witty. With his stock of READY-MADE CLOTHING,
14" invites attention to adarge and splendid angsortmont
FURNISHING GOODS, .
labieChe warrants to suit the most' fastidious taste or
be most economical pocket. .
Keep . his &ale in remembrance and give 'him a call.
innel7,'63. JOIIN T. HOSKI NSON. '
t! E-LLIOTT, CLOTHIER, South
ett corner e the
DIAMOND, next door to the
uk, CIIABBERSDUEG, line just returned from the
y with a large, stock ,Or superior and 'seasoned.
Goods, such as CLOTHS, CASSINIERES, SATINErrs,
JEAN,. CORDS, .4c., for Coats and VELVETS, SATINS,
IitiIISEILLES, and other Vesting& Also---a very fine
seAectiou of READY-MADE CLOTITING, which he is
prepared to sell nt the very lowest market prices,
CDSTOSI.hIit WORK.—As he employs a first-rate cut=
tor, he is plupared to make up all kinds of Garments,
, f,elfen and Boys, to order, in the best styles. SOLI-
Station will be guaranteed.
A . large assortment of ClErrixmxti's Funxisniact Goons,
witch fas Shirts, Drawers. Collars, flandkerchiefit, Sus
penders, Carpet Bags, Umbrellas, &c., &c.. always on
_Give him a call and save money, Vane 17, M.
(4--(A. J. WHITE, MERCHANT TAILOR,
• AND DEALER IN RE4DY-!MADE CLOTH
-110151 R MADE)—
- ' ~ VE TINOS,
: . • Z . FURNISHING GOOllB,
, fin- Piece Goods sold by the yard, and no charge for
Outting. - ,
Garments' sold to persons who wish them made at
Machine Silk. Chalk. and inch - measures sold. Three
Riots North of Eyster's Dry Goods Store; Chambers ,
burg, Fn. F . Vane 17,18x3.
DISCO VEltlr.—At the present time thoughtful
wands everywhere are looking for the revelation of new
And. iMportant discoveries in science, and when a theory
'l.Spresented claiming to have discovered new light and
't.ta have removed the veil of obscurity from a subject of
bite,hlghest importance, upon which much has been
written, it is proper that the claims of this theory be_
'presented and carefully examined and tested, which Is
'destined to transcend in importance to suffering human
tty, all other discoveries, the lightning rod and telegraph
not excepted. We hold that the human system is but a
galvanic arrangement, with its acids and alkalies, con
stituting the positive and negative forces, and that every
ntental.and physical manifestation, either voluntary or
havoluntary, is the result of this antagonism; that digeti-r
atm, circulation, secretion, and excretion are wholly at
tiibutable to the law of electrical influences; that the
nerves are, the conductors of ELgenuorrir. and that there
lea polar action established through the nervous system
which connects with every part of the body, establishing
and preierving a proper balance of the electricelement,
which constitutes health, and a disturbance of which_
calms disease:" that there are strictly but two conditions
tif disease—the one positive, the other negative; and as
ElUteittletay possesses these two inhereqt principles, it
will, if applied according to the electric polarities and
reqUirements of thosystem, arrest, or, in other words,
tairatrolize the disease by the restoration of proper polar
salon. We also assert that ell drugs takeu into the sys
tem net strictly upon electrical principles; tbat.from
_decomposition the latent electricity is set free, and that,
though the electrical polarities of the nervous system,
adi changes'are produced either Pr good or fir evil; that
in the Incipient stage ofdiseasc It may tend to equalize
the forces, and restoreharmony; but after the mile has
- become refractory, paralyzing the nervous communies
' Vohs, and changing the constituents of the fluids; and
arresting the digestive action of the stomach and its
poiver of approbation. no internal process of medication
setts has; or ever can, succeed in removing the cause of
the disease, its only tendency being to multiply and com
pticate the symptoms.
On the contrary, IlLeararctre being the vital element
aeon which life depends, can be directed to ani'part of
the body, and oven iffter the vital fancilens seem rara-
Lyzed,poasesses the power of aronsing the dormant en..
erties, equalizing the circulation, and the system to a
ate( sustaining system. One very important feature of
this treatment is• that no time is lost in experimenting
with (Waage. By means 'of electrical test an accurate
slktgatiids. is given at ones. determining the locality and
craeter of the disease, and indicating the treatment to
be pursued. The curients are perfectly under the con
trotef the operator, and ran be regulated to plait the•
delicate nerves of a child without any unpleasant sen,sa
*fon: All those who have long suffered Item painfdl and
dbatinate= disease-r-Acute, Chronic, Inflammatory or
Paralytic—are invited to call and consult. •
M. BROWN & PROF. WALK
Q in Franklin Building, West 7,farket Street, 4th
dam' limn the eorner of the Diamond, Cheunbersburjh Rt.
June 17, '63-tf
tiCONOMY IS WEALTH!
CIMEIOUR OMIT FOR iffIRTZEI,7 CENTS*
79}z Best and C'hcap - est Household Remedy in
MADAME ZADOC PORTER'
GREAT COUGH REMEDY!!
•- Madame Zadoe Porter's Curative Balectin
is warranted if used according to the directions, to cure
In all cases, Coughs, Colds Whooping Cough, Asthma,
andsliatrections otthe Throat and Lungs.
Madame Zadoc Porter's Balsam
is prepared with alt the requisite care and skill, from a
-tsgabiustion of the best remedies the ye 4etable kingdom
affords. Its remedial qualities are based oh its power
to assist the healthy and vigorous circulation of the
blood, through the lungs. It is not a violent remedy,
but, emollient, warming, searching and effective; can be
taken by the oldest person or youngest child.
Madam 4 Zadoe Porter's Balsam
trim been aced by the public for over 18. years and has
acquired its present sales si mp ly by being recommended
la those who have used it, to their afflicted friends and
• Madame Zadoc Porter's Carative Balsam is sold at a
prjce which brings it in there*, lt of every one to keep ft
Clavertient to use. The timely use of a single bottle will
mireeto be worth lOtt times its cost.
• &ire Your money. .Do not be persuaded to purchase
articles etas. to $l, which do not contain the virtues of
eV et Bottle of Madame Porter's Curative Balsam, the
eftt,of ManufacturLug. which is - as great as that of al•
- most any other medicine ; and the very low price at
'Mich it is sold, makes the profit to the seller apparent.
!Yarnell, and unprincipled dealers will sometimes re
• cdsoreend other medicines on' which their profits are
larger, unless the customers insist upon having Madame
porter's and none other. • Ask for Madams Porter's Cu
rative Balsam, price 13 Os., end in large bottles et 25
eta.,_ and take no other. If you can not get it at one
store you can at another.
. - .
- ga• - 'Sold by all Druggists and Storo.keepers at 13 ate.
wad in larger bottles at 25 cts.
HALL & RIICHItL Pr rietors.
• Jan 23,'63-Iy.- 1 ',f ew York.
For Sale by Miller k Henshey and Jacob S. Nixon,
jiff' the Retie of the Sick and Distressed, Afflicted with
Virulent and Chranic "Dieraee.aiid apet ka ly f or the
Oars of Disclees of the Sexual divans
KEDICAL ADVICE Oren gratis, by the Acting Sur
geon. b- VALUABLE REPORTS on Spermatorrhocea, or
flenetnet 'Weakness, and other Dideases of the Sexue
°toms and on the NEW REAIEDIES employed in the
mipenktry, sent to the afflicted in sealed letter covet
opee f b . t r , ee o e f pt c a h b a i r c r . Two or three:stam , f .
Address, or postage
D R. 3. ogILLIN'HOUUSTON, Acting Eing
mu, Fr owar d /00)(0dation, No 2 South Ninth Street,
Philadelphla,Pa. :Sept.3 462.1 y
Eitugo, flaetitines, tic.
MIXON'S COLUMN. -
_Li At no tine since the cotruienement of Nix
on'e Drug Store,; has there been go \
KILL AND COMPLETE A STOCK
• of FreAh and
PERFECTLY RELIABLE MEDICINES
To _offer to those "who are' so unfortunate as to be
coMpelled to indulge in such irrsuries. The
fact is, that unless there are large and rapid
sales. no establishment can supply its
• customers with strictly fresh and re- •
liable 'remedies, in the shine of '
Drugs and Chemicals. Time
- affects With much more
rapidity many more arti
cles in medicine than in any
termerchandise, hence the ne- •
e ly of rapid change,of Stock to
• secure to the purchnser just what is
wanted.. NIXON is able, by rapid changes _
In stock. always' to present the very best to his
customers. Ere desires to keep the above facts be
fore the community, and to solicit a •
continuance of favors. In connection with his full
_stock of •
DRUGS AND CHEMICALS,
he offers a full amortment of ; .
PATENT MEDICINES OP STANDARD MAE-
Ja,Yrte's Family Medicines,
~. Ayer's Pectoral, : _ ,
Ayer's Saisaparilla, • . '
flyer's Pills, .
Helmbold's - Preparations, • -
• Wishart's Pine Tree Canna',
• _ Tarrant's 'Aperient,
- • Kennedy's DisCoyerY,„
Morse's Pills, •
• Brandrath's Pills,
Leidy's Pills, -
Perry Davis's Pain Killer.
• Fainestnek's Vermifuge,
Warm Confections, •
wittsmany other articles in this line, all of which
are sold only on the representation of
the makers of the articles.
BAZIN'S, LUBIN'S, EDRIHI'S
CHOICE PERFUMERY AND .SO,IPS
Hair Dyes, PopiedcW, and . '
other articles - for the Etair,.&mong which is
One of the best and _most 'cleanly articles for the
Hair, cantainin B no grease, yet rendering
the Hair soft and
gloesy, and preventing it from prematwely
NIXON'S GLYCERINE LbTION,
Which is just the article needed for the remov
al of Dandruff from the Scalp, and leaving
the hair soft and glossy. In presenting. -
these two articles for the Hair, :the
Proprietor has the satisfaction of
knowing that they do
that is represented. i
NIXOS"8 TETTER OINTMENT
• continues as much a
favorite 'as ever and' it can
and doer perform remarkable cures
Skin'Diseases, and is guaranteed in all
cases to act as represented.
HORSE'AND CATTLE POWDER
In less than one
year and a half OVICR:TIVEN;.
TY-PTVIC 'HUNDERD PACES HAVE , BERN
BOLD, and the sates are on the increase. It is just
the powder for
It is neatly put up and fultdirettiotis 0) with each
, pack. Hundreds of testimonials could .
be presented, but they pro:— .
Prietor. deems it
• to let it travel on its own merits.
RABER 'CROUP" SiRIIP
Is made only at 'Nixon's for this County, and has a
host of friends who can testify
to its merits.
Nixon is able to offer a large stock of
Trusses, - • ;
Shoulder Braces, -
Toilet .Soas, -
= Pocket Books,
• • - Indelibielnk,
tare Spices. •
- Starch. ".
• Indigo, I•
, - -Rat and Roach Deitroyer.
In- coriclusion. Nixon begs leave to say that his
stock-will always be kept up to the very
. hest point, and will include
. - every thing cal.
ted to give health
and comfort to the afflicted.
babies such - articles as taste 'requires. ' •
The IMportant lever in imineis b3meney, and as all
'merchandise can be had at lower rates
for 'cash than time Naos(
desires • to m e .
- • RIB-BUSINESS STRI Y. CASH.
Jane 17.1869. - •
QA.DDLERY I SADDLERY 1.-Sad
dies. Bridles, Harness, Collars, Trunks,l4llises, ac.
Sign of the HORSE COLLAR.
JARBMIAII OYSTER respectfully returnable thanks
to his patrons for the liberal encouragement teceived
.from.tbent heretofore, and he would invite them and the
dommunity gmerally, who may need any thing in his
line, to give him a call at his ODD STAND, on the East
side,of Alain Street, Chambersburg, live doors South of
Huber & Tolberta Hardware Store, where he keeps con
stantly on band every variety of 8 AD DL itlt I" AND
lIARNESI able own Manufacture, and he is prepared
to sell the same at terms that defy competition. Every
artic.e offered for sale is warranted to be mule of the
beet material rind by competent workmen, Which will be
fully demonstrated on an examination thereof.
TRUNKS AND, VALISES.—He would also call the
attention of persona wanting a good, neat, cheap and
snbetanial Trunk or Valise, to his assortment. _
June 17, '63.
SADDLE AND HARNESS MAN
:IIFICTORY.—The undersigned would respecifully
announce Wilk friends and the public generally, that
be hes taken the SADDLE AND- HARNESS SHOP for
merly carried on by Matthew 'Gillian, deed, on WEST
MARKED STREET, near the aonococheagne Creek, in
the Borough of Charabersburg, where he manufactures
Saddles, Bridles and Hitrness, and hoh constantly on hand
an excellent assortment of Collars, Whips, Lc.
He employs none but the beet of Wojkmen, and con
structs I I work from the beet material. TR UNITS and
VALISES constantly on hand. all of which will be sold cs
cheap es the cheapest. A continuance of the former pa
tronage of the shop is most respectfully solicited.
June 17, 63 JAMES B. GILLAN.
WHIPS ! WHIPS ! WHIPS,!-
Wrurvit F./mum & Son, corner of Hain and
Washington Streets, Chafnbersburg. Pa., mannfactrit ere.
of all kinds or WHIPS, such as Wagon, Carriage and=
Riding Whips of various sizes and of superior quality,
which they offer to the public, either by Wholesale or
Retail, at very moderate prices. LASHES of all lengths
kept constantly on hand and forsale by the dozen, very
cheap.- They also manufacture superior HORSE COL
LARS, to which they invite attention.
Oilers from a distance solicited and promptly attend
ed to. June 17, '63.
QADDLES, Harness, Gears, Bridles,
Hatters, Collars, Whips, Stirrups. Ditts.SPata al
ways on baud, at oar Shope. rfISIIIL A. GORDON.
nIIR STOCK.OF SADDLES AND
tJ hilesis very superior, and the prices will suit
everybody. Come and see. DEIIIL & GORDON..
fIIIR WORK IS WARRANTED
1," and we believe cannot' be beat. We employ all
journeyman. DEIVILA GORDON. -
AI NESS OF EVERY DESCRIP
tion, Broad Gears, Plow Gears, °Oats; &c., on
nd constantly, of our own make.
DEIHL & GORDON.
WE USE NONE BUT THE BEST
Leather. and keep none bnt the best made g oods.
and sell at reasonable prices. DEIHL t GORDON.
G. A. DEITZ
DE I. T I Z & 31' D 0 WEL L
WILL PAY TRW EI(GFIEST PRICE
CHEAP FOR CASH,
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Zl;Cfrrinlitiit,,, It .. - tozi,torn -teilantbexshurg,-,Pits,
Mktg, Ammo, Stc.
.Coal, Lumber, &c.
IN CASH FOR
And all kinds of
ti P. B 0 D U C E
ALL KINDS OP
DEITZ 4 - M'DO WELL'S
WAREHOUSE AND COAL YARD,
Near the Railroad Depot,
C HAM BERSBURG, P'A.,
On North Carlisle Street„
Vir FIRM !-COAL ! COAL !
' LINDER! LIIMEERI—LgO. EBERT & SON,
living purchased the Coal and Lumber Yard of George
A. Delta, will c.mtinue to car on the same business, and
vriltalways haveon hand a large supply of Lumber and
Owl. They will be prepared to till all orders at the
Shortest notice. They respectfully solicit, the patron
lige of the late firm and the public generaliy,and all
who may desire Cent and Lumber to give thorn sealU
feeling assured that no means will be spared to accom
modate those on the most rmsonabla terms.
June 17,'83-tf. LEO. EBERT & SON.
Boots ant( ,S#oro.
VEW SHOE STORE.—The
scriber takes this method of informing the citi.
rens of Chanibersburg and vicinity; that be has lust
returned from Philadelphia with an ENTLRELY NEW
STOCK of Boots Ind Shoes, of every variety, style and
attern, and of the best manufactures.
' He has mold Shcpkeepers on hand. ills whole stock
is new. Give him a call—you can easily suit yourself.
lle invites the Ladies, especially, to call, as he will take
pleasure in showing his goods. Store in the tooth for.
occupied by Frederick Smith, Esq., as a Law Office,
and more'recently used for the putpose by George Eys
ter, Esq., two door& North of Fisher's Hotel, Main Sti eat,
His large and well selected stock, be being a prictical
Shoemaker, consists of Ladies' Gaiters, Boots, Slippers
and Buskins; Misses' and Children's Boots and Shoes;
Gentlemen's Clatters, Slippers, Boots and Brogans.
Do not forget thlt place. No trouble to show Goods se
the NEW STORE, two doors North of Fish•r's Hotel,
Main Streeet, Chzunbarsburg, Pa,. by
June 17.1862. - PETER FELDMAN,
°ALL ANDISBE 1-THE UNDER
iJ announces to Ids numerous friends and
customers, that -ho continues to manufacture to order.
and keeps on hand a full and complete assortment bf
rations qualities and styles of - SHOES and GAITERS,
far Ladies, Misses and Children: HIS assortment of
Boma, SHOES;, &c for Men, and Boys' wear is com
plete, to which he respectfully invites attention. Work
of all kinds made to' order, in a neat and durable man
ner, and at short notice. call and see before purcbasing
elsewhere, and he will satisfy purchasers that he sells at
very antall profits for Cash. Don't forget the plaeo7-
nearly . aptipstts Huts Reefer's Store , Chambersburg,
Pa. - GEORGE LEHNER.
Jana 17,1889. •
VIELMBOLD'S GENUINE - PRE,.
HIGHLY CONCENTRATELf, CPM
- POUND FLUID; EXTRACT BUCHU.
A positive and specifie fetnedy
for Diseases of the -, • '
k BLADDER, EIDNEiS, GRAVEL,
This medicine inereaseithepower of Digestion and
;excites the absorbents into healthy &diva. .
by which the Watery or 'Calcareous
• Depositions, and all Unnatu- •
ral Enlargements are
well as Pain and-Inflammation, and is
-GOOD FOR, MEN. WOMEN AND CHILDREN.
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT - RITCRIT,
' For Weaknesses arising from - '
/ EXCESSES, HABITS OF DISSIPATION,
OR ABUSE.f , •
' ATTENDED WITt THE FOLLOWING HYHP'XOWS:
'lndisposition to E ertion, i
Less of Memory, . " ,
Weak Nerves, ' 1 '
Horror of Disease, t .
Dimness of Vision. .
Hot Hands, . - • .- _
• • •-. Pallid Countenance, , • ,
. 1 , • Dryness of the Skin;
Unlyersal Lassitudea of the Muscular System, ,
Loss of Power, "
Difficulty of Breathing.
Pain in tike Back, . •
Flushing of the Body
\ Eruptions on the Face.
These - symptoms-if alloWed to go on, which the
inedieltkc invnriably removes, - • ,
IMPOTENCY, FATUITY, EPILEPTIC - FITS.
In one of which 'the patient may expire.
Who can say that theruve not frequently followed
by those direful diseases, - -, •
INSANITY AND CQNSUMPTION."
Many are aware of the cause •
of their suffering, but none 'will confess.
THE RECORDS OF THE . INSANE ASYLUM,
and the melancholy deaths by COnsamfi
tion bear ample witness to\
-the truth of the
TUE CONSTITUTION ONCE AFFECTED WITH
-: VIRGANIC WEAKNESS. N.
Requires the aid of medieine4o strengthen and in
vigOmte the system, which
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHII
FEMALES, FEMALES, FEMALES,
Old or young -single, married, or contem
In many affections peculiar to Females the Extract
Buchu is unequalled by any other remedy. se
Chlorosis or Retention, Irregularity, Pain
fulness, or Suppression of Customaiy
Evacuation, Ulcerated or Schirrons •
state of the Uterus. Lencorrhea
or Whites,-Sterility. and for
- alleomplaints incident to
the Sex. whether ari
•sing from Indis
cretion, Habits of Dissipation, or in the
DECLINS Oa ciensog OP LIPS.
(See Symptom's above.)
NO FAMILY (MOULD BE i WITHOUT IT.
Take no more Balsam. Mercury: or: Unpleasant
Medicine for Unpleasantand Danger
gerons Diseases. , -
HEL3IBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCtitT
HELMBOLDB IMPROVED ROSE WATER,
la all their Stagg;
• - Little no change in Die:
. At little Expense;
, No Inconvenience:,
—AMINO EXPOSURE: •
It causes is freonenf- desire and gives strength to
Urinate, thereby removing Obstructions, Pre
venting and 'Curing Strictures of the Ure
the, AllOing Pain and Inflammation,
so frequentin thitt class of diseases,
and expaliing all poisonous, dis
leased and worn out matter.
THOUSANDS UPON THOUSANDS
Who hare been the victims
of Quacks, and who have paid '
heavy fees to becnred in a short time.
haVe found they were deceived. and that
the ,Poison has, by the use of Powerful As
tringents, been dried-up in the system, to break
out in an aggravated form, perhaps after Itimtaikus.
HIELM.BOLD'W I EXTRAGT BIICHU
MALE OR FEMALE: FJtOM WHATEVER
CAUSE ORIGINATING. AND NO MAT
TER HOW LONG STANDING.
Diseases of these organs require the aid CS&
HELMBOLp'S EXTRACT BirCHII
. IS - TER GREAT DiURETIC._ _
And it is certain to have the desired effect on MBES
for whichlt is recommended.
EVIDENCE OF THE MOST._ RELIA
BLE AND RESPONSIBLE CHARACTER
will accompnny the medicines.
CERTIFICATES OF CURES OF DIS
EASES OF FROM EIGHT TO TWEN
TY YEARS STANDING.
with names known to science and fame.
"PHYSICIANS" PLEASE "NOTICE,"
we make no secret of Ingredients.
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT- BUCHU
I s composed of Buchu, Cuba's, Junitior Berries,
selected with great care by a competentdru g
gist,. Prepared in vacuo, by H. T.
HELMBOLD. Practical and Ana
lytical Chemist, and sole Manufacturer of
GE N 114. N E PREPARATIO4S.
Personally appeared before me tin Alderman of the
City of Philadelphia, H. T. HELMBOLD, who
being duly sworn, loth sayhis prepartitlons
contain no narcotic, no mercury, or other
injurious drugs, hat are purely vfig:.F
H. T. HEEMBOLD.
Sworn and subscribed before mo this 23d day of
WILLIAM P. HIBBARD.
Alderman, liint s b üb. Bare, Phila.
PHYSICIANS IN ATTENDANCE PROM 8 A.
M. TILL 8 P. M.
PRICE $1 rzo. BOTTLE' OR SIX FOR. $5.
Delivered to any address. securely packed
from, observation.. Address-let
ters for information -
in eonildence to
H. T. HE LAUB OLD, tHEMIST.
Depot io#- SOUTH TENTH, STREET,
Below Chestnut, Philadelphia. -
BEWARE OP 00ENTERFEITS AND IJNPRIN-
who endeavor to dispose of their own and other ar
ticles on the reputation attained-by
RELMROLD'G GENIIINE I , REPARATIONS.
HelMbold's Genuine Extract Machu;
'lel mbold's Genuine Extract Sarsaparilla
Helmbold's Genuini Improved Rose Wash.
. Bold by Druggists Everyvihere.
ASK FOR . RELMBOLD'S--TAKR‘4O
Cut out the advertisement and send for it, and avoid
imposition and exposure. Describe,
• sYmptoms in all corn- , - -
CURES , GUARANTEED, ADVICE
A trial will convince the most skeptical
for all Affections and Diseases of
THE URINARY . ORGANS,
- • whether existing in
r,lLingo of graheit
DEISII4BYLVAL4, - RAC ADT
sdikza TIME TABLE. Fi re
andfro.vi'Phi/ade?pltia, on and sul 4101VD.4417
APRIL 26th, 1863.
The Peniengee Truffle ot-the Peitneyl n - W *raid
Corepany,will departfrom aad arrive at arriebn4:and-
EASTWARD: ' °
THROUGH EXPRESS TRAIN leaver Harrisburg'
daily at 2.011 A. x :, and arriyes at West Philaslalpbbi ac
6 . 11) a. •
EAST LINE leaves IlfulAsbnrg daily (exceptMenday)
at AAA s).,and_ arrives at West J•bilacalpbia at 9.65
s. it. 'Passengers take breakfast at . Laucaater.
WAY AteO3II , IODATION, via Mount Joy, 'terries
Harrisburg at 7.00 A.*.,,!u24 arrives at West
obis et 12.26 P. ' -
FAST MAIL. TRAIN leaves Harrisburg daily (except
Sunday) at 1.00 P. sr,,, and arrives at West - Philadelpbia.
HAREINBURG ACCOMODATIONITNAIN, 11/a Co
lumbia, leaves Harrisburg at 4.00 ?Al., and arrliei at
West PilibtdelPhia at 9.80 P. 31. • "
• 1- 'WESTWARD. "
BALTIMIHRPI P.X.PP.X9B.,TRAIM leaves Harrietnarg
daily (except Monday) at 2.00 A. x.; Altoona. 7.15 ; A.
take hreakfait, 'arid arrives at Pittsburg at 12.00 noon:
PHI,LAHBVPHIA. BXL EBS TitADl:leaves-Harria.
burg daily at- B.OOA. srAltouna at 8.00 A. sr.,,take
breakfait,and arrives PittsburgP it-12.30 P. is.- -
MAIL %HAIN -leaves Harrisburg at 1.15 P. At, taite
sapper; and arsiiett at Pittsburg at - 12.30 A. IL .
FAST-LlNWleaves Harrisburg at 3.50 p, e. MtOkTin
at 8.35 p x., and arrives. at Pittsburg at 1.00 A. it. ,
- .11A11,HIBURG 'AOCOMMODA.TION TRAIN leaves -
Philadelplibs. at 2.30 and arrives at Harrisburg at_
SC - 1 - - -
WAY ApOOMMODATONTßAlNleavesshilattelp fn
at 4.00 rot and arrives at ,Harrisbru . g at 9.40 r.
This train , runs via Mt. Joy. , " - •
• . satuzi.
Supt. Middle Dia./Yr:sea I B .
MORT H I 4IR N CENTRAL - RAIL-
J.. 1 WAYI4SII,MMEE TIME T-LEZE,
Threeltains daily to arid Iron Baltimore, and Wash
ington City. • ,
Connettions niade with trains on -Pennsylvania Pal=
road, to and from Pittsburg and the West. • , •
TWO TRAINS DAILY to-and from the ,North and
West:Branch Susquehanna, Elmira, and all - of INtitthein
New Torlt. - • •
pu and after Ifdaday, - Aprt - 2 20th;1883, the Paseiritar
Trains °tithe Northern Central Railway- will( arrivo".at
and depart from "Harrisburg and Baltimore ab follows,
viz: l . 1,
!SAIL TRAIN learaii Banbury daily (except ' , • ,-...;..--__ •
Sunday) , 10.10 A.Y.
leaveillarrisburg 1.1E4. it -'-
arrives at Baltimore,- .............. -0.35 P' s Jr. ,
BNISESS TRAIN leaves gui3bury daily
~' '(except Sunday)... ' .. n.oritda:-
• I P ledves Harrisburg (except.
Monday) - - 2.00 4.4, '
" I arrives at Baltimore daily, , • • --? -
L 4 4:cicept
3 1 1 ,.fiztaa i . c. . ;N 1 ,
T. ~ 1.10 A. X . . 1
‘ : , l ,,,,,, :fal r itrit Harrisburg . - ea '
' LSO 41. NG
\ i - - NORTHWARD.
MAIL TBAIN leayes Baltimore daily -(ex.!
••• " i \ cept Sunday)
tii \lear"Ves Harrfsbarg • ' • 1.114. - si.'
arrives at Runbury.... ..... ".... 4,05 PN.
EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Baltimore daily... .9.15 P. M.
• " arrivoi at - Harrisburg •
ti loavedliarrisbm•g daily <ex- • -
cdpi hibuctty) , '3.00 A stl
.• 5.38 A. W.
ICABIITFBITRO- ACOO3I.II6DAT.TON leaves ,
BiltiMore dall) 1 / 4 (except ' Sun.:
' 1 . day)lss P. if.
arrives at Haul bur g . 7.30 P.M.
For fertber information apply at\tbe Office, in Penn
sylvania Railroad Depot, Harrisburg:, • •
• J. N. DuBARRY, Wen.
Jo ne 1 17, '6a..-tf.
MEW AIRLINE ROUE.--Three
Pktists haay to New York and Phibideliliks.'
On and after Monileg;Ajlril 20th, 18tA the 'Pease:tiger
Trains 7011 leave the Philadelphia and Read! ngitaliresul,
Depot, at HarrLsburg, for New York and PhliadelPhia,ita
EXPRESS LINE leaves Harrisburg a 12.15 R., on ?
Arrival of the Pennsylvania Railroad'Express Train from
the West,n.-riving in New, York at 9.30-4. M., - and Mills,:
delphle at 8.20 a. M. A sleeping car is attached, to the
train through from Pittsburg without change. • "
MAIL TRAIN leaves Harrisburg at 8.00 I.:ll.,arrivlng
in No* York at 5.Mr and Philadelphia at - 1.50r. Ir.
FAST LEI4E leaver Harrisburg-at 2.00 P. if"
In New York at 10.25 P. IL, and Philadelphia at
FM LINE leaves New York at 8.00 a. sr., and ,Phila
lelphiast 815 A. It., arriving at Harrisburg at 115 P. II
IIAiL TRAIN leaves New York at.12,00.m0n; and
Philadelpbla at 3.30 P. a., arriving at Earrisbuts at 3-20,
EXPRESS TRAIN leaves New York at 7.00 ar
riving at Harrisburg at 2.10 A. st. and connecting with
the Pennsylvania Express Train for Pittsburg. A sleep
ing car is also attached to this train. • .
Connection are made at, Thirrisburg with trains on
the Pennsyliania, _Northern Central , and , Cumberlabd
Valley railroads, and at heading for Philadelphia, putts-
Title, f.Vatcesberre, Allentown, Easton, &e."
Baggage checked through. Rare between: New York
add Harrisburg, $3 15 ; between Harrisburg And Phila
delphia, $335 in NO. lAttra, and $3 in N 0.2.
For tickets or other information apply to , , _
J. J. CLYBB;
General Agent, Harrisburg, .
Juner 17, '63,. tt. '
TER' ARRANGEMENT .
.1111JERLANOF'ALZBYAIVD . P.22.41..1VEZ1N
CHANGE OF HOURS -4112 and afterld ,
vembin 17,1862, , Pasistager • Trathe .will .nmalaily;aa.
tulloi j a,(Bundaya excepted): • . _ •
FOR CHAMBERSBURG AND 4A1t,..
" 1 Greencastle
ttrrlve at -
,-, - Leave at -
Leaves Shippensburg •
4 ,1 Carlisle • , ;, 41.42 ,•1
4%lechanlcsberg 10 42 842
Arrive at ilartisbarg 'II.IIV. • • 3440
EGR, CHAMBER:SW:MG-AND HAGER&
. , • TOWN,
A. M. P. M.
. 9.27 2.66`
...10.13 - 4.00
..:.11.00 " 4.80
Arrive at Chambersburg,
"• "' Greencastle
Arrive at Harrisburg' - —:1225% f•°'
gar Making. close connections at , Harrisburg with
trains for Philadelphia, New York and Pittittnirg'''ind
with trains for an points West: ' ;;-
N: LULL , *e.
H. H. °Mee, Chambersbnig.Noy. 1. 4 186 . 2 ; r. "- •
. . ... .
863 . , ' -• • • • , 186 a:
EILADELPHIA AN D ; BRIE:
RAILNOADJ—This great line traverser gni North.,
erri add Northwest cortntieaof Pennsylvania to the city,
of We, on Lake Erie;
o:has bean leased by the Pennsylvania Ictsqrna t i,
Otririparty, and under their anspices"if being- thpfdly,
opened-throughout its entire length. -,, : - ~, -
It is now in use for Passenger and Freiglit hrtsiiii,
ican Harrisburg to_DriftwoOd, (2d Fork.) (177 inilia)on'
the, Eastern , I:018ton,, anti from Sheilield to :Beta s 08 -
miles,) on the Western Division. _
TIHR,OP ,PASSENGEII. - TitAlNi AT a Aitrantlitil. -
m kii, iitkur leaves North.. -.... .. - ..... ; . .-...4. 1:15 . .s.x-
EXPItIiSS T'llAiN jeaves North 3.00 .t.n. ,
Cara run through WITEIVIT CItASSOC both *aye 'on'thiiiie
trains betweemPhiladelphia and Lock Haveri t aiM be
tween Baltimore and Lock Haven.
:Elezan SteepMg Cure on the Express train botll Ways,
For Information respecting Passenger business apply at
;the R. Pi:Corner 11th and Market streets, Philadelphia.
And for Freight business otthe Company's Agents t
S. B. Kingston, Jr., Cor. =hand Market sts.,Philada.
J. W. Reynolds,Krie,
J. M. Drill, Agent N. C. R. It.. BaltiMore, Md. '
H. H. HOUSTON., `
General Freight Agent, Philadelphia,
LEWIS L. 1103.1 PT
General Ticket Agent; Philadelphia
10S. D. POTTS,
I Jonel7, 63J Gerona Manager; WilliamspOrt.
jp I ARENT,S of Soldiers in the;Serw
rice, or in lOspitals. can furnish- them with the; e.POSITORY three menthe for 25 cents; six mouths for
60 cants. or one year for $l.OO. , • . •
ROTitliiiS of 'Soldiers in 'ttici6 4 6r 7 .,
*ice, or in Mephitis; ' can furnish Maid with the,
'POSITOBS three months for 25 cents, oi:inorithe for
150 mob!, or one year for $l.OO, " '
TO MERCHANTS.—'The way to
secure . pronta43 CtilitOM 15 to ADYEATIBB in this
DE4DT.ITG RAIL ROAD.—SI32,II-
11811 ANNANCINNENT. .
%W&& TRNNE LINE
.from the North and -North
west ibr!Philadelphia, Nese York, Iliaditte, Pottsville,
Lebanon * Allentown. Easton. AO:, &C.
' Traineleavellarrishorg for Philadelphia; New York,
l ite/Wing ; Po alma te;and all intermediate stations, at 8.00
-0.31 , and 2.00 P: . r
S J'W Yerk .11*ress' leaves Narrisburr. et 2.15 A. Xi.
"arriving at Newyork at. 9.15 the - mune morningi 4
Paresfroni Harrisburg; To New York $5.15: to Phila
delphia sus and V.. 80, Baggage checked through.
Returning:leave New York at 8.a..11., 12- Noon and
7P. 31., (Pittsburg Express.) Leave Philadelphia at
8.16 a. w.,and 3.30 P. z. .
Sleepingcars in the New York Ripress Traini through
to attd fransPittsbure withent 'change: , -
Passengers by the Catawissa Railroad leave Tamaittre
at 8.50 Cs' ;and for Philadelphia, New York
and all Way Points. ' • -
Trains ietWo Pottsville at 9.15 A. If.; 11 - 494 1 . 30?. it.; for
Philadelphli; Harrisburg and New York.' '
An Acctanmodation Passenger train leaves Neadineat
0.00 a. it and return* front Philadelphia' at 5.00". it.
• nir Ali 'the above nabs run dally.; . flundays
A - Sunday train haves Pottsville at 7.50 e.lit . ..Omni -
Philadelphia at 3.15 P. M. , - ' -
aunnautation, Ilitettge.Sctigott, and Nature/on Ticket;
at reduced rates to lid from all points.
, General Superintendent,
Jima IY, 15634 f.
Oadituare, t u t` r _ te.
- SMITH & RICHARDSON,
611 Market St., "itailtipli.4..
J. Mil:" asays. •L crus4clatosoir ,
The undersigned:would respectftdly sag thenttention
of CODINTP.Y. ?WWII ANTS to their lergesnd,well
Jested stook of • , •
HARD - 1" V A It "E
Haying madespedal arrangements for tle Track,
we tette: Ourselves we ono offer indneements to mkt
clumat that will fulls rethunerate - -the trouble of exam-
Iningintratcck. \Yew& but a trial, to Mayince thA
Cbw4rif Trade, that Me are prepared to.sell low and
Clu stock or Tobie and /tad Cutlery le untiniall‘
largo, selected with Care. and includingayariety oietyL
that cannot but"trait all tastes. - •
We have - constantly unhand a large assortmenl of
Tao Cade i• ,' •-
- nee, Tool-Boxes; ; '
- - , and Chests, Saddlers, '
• -and Shoemakers Toole, '
' mss, Neils.
everything in Short,.parteining to a first chtsellardware
. . . •
'Store. L, ' t
.1- Particular attention piddle, Country ordain., It is
Om to seen the go 00e - ore ofour cnstomein,Sind to thiit
end we are particular. itt filling ordain, to' givethe beat
and as cheap asthough the cuatemere were . Du: tug .in
'person. Giveue a trial.: - ‘,.
lirssanscra.—J. K. :4hryock, Esq., A. K. lifeCture.
S. Sytter,Chambensburg. - , ; •
SMITH & RICHARDSON,
611 Market St., Philadelphia.
NEW, HARDWARE STORE. . •
Iwould realm dial - 1y inform hie friends,' and ;the pnbly
generally, that In counextiun with hie • . •
ICEROiSENI4 011, AND LAMP
be has commenced the JIARDWARP, business. at his
new Store rOom, one dour north of 01. Huber's Orocory• :
His stock sonnets in the following articles, viz : -
Building Hard wa re; „
Tahletunl Pocket Cutlery, .; , •
. Nails by the email or keF,
Far:lll6g Utensils, entb. we 'if
Potato Liftert = ,
Also. Glass, Palnti, 1. -
NereePne, nod Lubricatf4 ;
Limps of all ascriptions,
- "Cband , Hers for Gstrand Nee
Fruit Jars, best qiallty,
Agent 'for Sale of KVANS & WA.TSON'S. Fire
Prof , d Safes GAO 29;'63.1.
ITA,RDWARE AND CTT,LERIC, ,
, % N. .W. W. Kaidiq &
Imparters and Dealerein
AMBfiVAN, KNOLIiM ANB' GIBILLN
' 509 ‘f.kintmerce krect,
Between 6th and at-tt and Market and AretiSts
We have always as hand, elloit Thread, Lae* Boot'
Trms, Leatken, Shoelionaptc., Ac.
Junari, '63. ' k BRAND,/
MYERS & BRAND are constantly
In: receiving fresh Hardwire, to which 'they invite
tile atteirrion of the public. We have , a larOot q ck
Naffs and Iron, which we offer at redocedinicae:\ •
La, BUII ! PING
.I)IATERIALS, such as Hinge*, .13014,
tx:rewe, Luck/1;014s, Putty,
, . MYElia & BRAND. t
rilig AND, PAINTS—Best Buck
Read, , Whir Leid;Littseed Oil, aid 611 kinds' ci
cppreist the loweat watt prices. MYERS 44 BRAND:
A LARGE STOCK OF - CEDAR
WARE, 7!aba,Buacets, Churns. Baskets,' Waiterguns , MIMI& B 4.1).
Gum PACKING AND IMLTING,
Rope, 34,%, 9 4 1, % and 7 inch.
MYERS do IMAM
A.M.' P. It.
8.17 • ' ' 424
;FRAN - KIM INSURANCE COlti
, PAN Y OP PIWADBLYILIA, No; 433 and 437
prnexpired Temporary Premiums
,Total • ... ..... ." .
.. ... t2,882,1.111 1 3$
Statement of Oa 'Meets • ofthe .......... on Janstary'l,
tint Mortmmea.,an!ply eeeured • 51A94931 48
Netilletate, (present Talus $188,3 . 22.17,) east. r1A970 Vi%
Foals:vary, loankon ample Collateral Seca- t
84,425 9il .
Stoekei•(.ireaeni. 41.119 . 59/1,30.5 134,,901
Noteiand Bills receivable 1,549 60k
Advance in value of Beal Estate over cod; • - 9,851 70'
Advance in vain of Btocke over 14473 Gra
air The only Profits from Premiums which , ibis Cow
pany eat divide by lixw,arefrom Risks which have beirti ,
8.dr04 frays Oa Charter of thc Company.. •
"But the moneys .reesived as premiumn upon !risks',
Which remain undetermined, and are ontstandbg at the
time of,declaring such Dividend, shall not ltatonaidered.
as part of the prollts of laid Corperation, or divided as
imc h." • .
FERREIRA or. MUTED INSURANUES Made
en every deicriptinn of .property, in •Towtiand Country,
for Owners, , klOrtgages.',Ground, 'Landlords,- Ate.,
itates as low as are ccoisistent with security.
t Since their' Incorporation, a period of Odd=
they base paid over MB MILLIONS 0$ DO
LOSSES. BY gni?, thereby affording 'evidence" of the
advantages 'of Insurance, ea "relies the ability and
Potitiotrto meet with promptness all liabilities. -
`toss2B BY FIRE:
lowa paid during the year 1862.
• . DIRECTORS.
i Charles N. Banker, David S: Brown, , • '
Tobias Wagner, ' Isaac Lea, 7 ' - ,
Sanibel Giant; . Edward G. Dale,
Jacob R. Smith, ' George Fates, ~ - ' '
' . George }Y . Richards, Alfred Fitter. • ... :
..CRARLES N. BANCRER, - President., - L .
- EDWARD O. DALE, Vice Bra . ddent. • •
' JAB. W. M'AtusTEN,B4ey pro tern.. ' , - ,• ,
made to. Deno Oete, of Cinsmbezi•
burg, who Is an, authorized Agent for the-Compaq f. -
dither personally or by letter, will meet with attention.. `
t Ilifrch 4,1803. - , • .- ' ,
'LI of Chainbonitnrxg, fe the (Forma Agint of the"
Franklin Ccrontykintnallntatrance Company.,
aiig.,ls,s6 tt '
"tug. 6, '63-tf
DI IRD BASKET, . •_. --, . • •' • *
i • '
fl B ath'rabii, t , , ; - . • : , 1
Potataina, - -
. . ' C,Ole Flab Bone, 1
• . Canary Xlemp, . ,
• ' .' ' - ' Itape aaid ArawYed. -
.. 171,525 66
- 924,760 u