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PROCLAMATION ON.wheriI, 41:6
an lt of the
tieneml Assembly of the Commonwealth of Dennsylva
nia, entitled. "An Act relating to-the `Blections of this
Commonwealth," passed thad day ofJnly.Anno Domini
1839, it is made the duty of the Sheriff of every county
within this Commonwealth to give public :notice of the
-General„-Blectious, and in sitch notice to:enamel ate—
'Yet---The Officers - to be oispted. 1 -
2d.•-Designating the plops . at which the election is to
beheld_ Therefore, , • , - •4 . •
I.,SAMBEL , BRANDT, High Sheriff of the Count" of
liablilin; do hereby makalnown and give tIiItPUDLIC
. NOTICE to the Electors qf, the County of Franklin, that
ON'TILE 2d TUESDAY , OF OCTOBER; NEXT“being:
the latb day of the menth,) a General Election will be
held at the several Election Districts eSta,blishedbY law
In said county at whichlime they will vOte belet furs
• the several officers, &c., hereinafter nursed,. via
(hie'persow flr Governor Of the COmmonwealth of
- -Peramsylvanla. , -
One person for Judge. of the SuProme Court of the
' Cdnimonwealtitlof Pennsylvauta. - ; " '
• 'Fico Persons for members of the,ltinise et Rent'eseuhn,,,
. Wes of the General -Assembly of Pennsvivania.to reel
resent the Counties of Franklin and Feltin in the Rinse,
_ ef,,Brapresentatives of the General 'Altembly ofßenii
- itylVania. '' -
•:: 4)he person to fill the office of Proßic:notary : for-the
. - ,..oounty. of Frankliu. - ". : ,
' One person to fill the office' of Begiirter and BeCorder
' tor'tfe County of' Franklin. ' • .
7_l One peesini to fill the office of Clerk; of the ,Couits for
~the County of Franklin. „ , . ,
; One - person to 511 the office of Tree rer for the Conn
" jiff Franklin. -' • •'• r:_. -.- ' :.. .
tu - -
4:ltie person tefill the office -of Coltity..Commissioner
for the County of Franklin. . . ~
:,,'' One person to fill the office of Diregto,ref the Poor for
-lee Conntrof Franklin. I - ' , •-: ;
if:One person to fill the office of Andlor- for : the County;
lie• said Elections will ho held thrtraghont tlie6raintY
is follows: l •
At the Court House in the Boronlof Chambersburg,
for the North Ward of said Borough, nd,part of Guilford
At thedlonse of J. W. Taylor, fir ltho Sentli Word of
--lltald Borough. •
t, At the Public Hones-of John ° 42l-nrdon,nt the West
..; Point of Ceambershurg, for the teweship of llafiditOrt.
-, At the School House in Fayettev il le. tor parts of the
- townships of Guilford rfnd Green. 'i ' . : i ,
.. - • '
At the Pnlalle House of Martin Shoemaker,- in Green
.:'village, for part of Green township.' -
, - ,__ ° .t.t the Western School Rouse,' in the-town of et,. ,
Vhbmas, for the toWnship of St. Thitmas:
~ At-the School house, ' in, the to la of Fennottsburg.
"tor the township of Me tal. ,
At the School Idolise, in-the tow of Roxbury, for the
-: toWnship of Dugan.
.: ~:. At the House of John Hervey, or part of toWnsidii
, Of Fannett.
At the School Rouse, in the town of -Cotraord, for Iran
'ht the township of Fannett. and 1.
• : At the new Stone School Rouse din Morrowtown tii,S
- irict, fur the other part of Fennel% twp.
At the noose now occupied by Geo.,Anderson in tit l e
' 'village of Quincy, for the the - too:v*1 of Quincy: I
, • At the Western School Rouse in' Wayurethero; for the
township of Washington. „
At the Rouse of D. Foreman ittGreericastie. 'for An
` trim and.part of the township of . eters and Montgom
ery. I ,
At the School House, on the 1/4 of Michael Cook in
Warren township, for the township of Warren.
••' 'At the Strasburg School Ilonse for the township of
At the House of James Mullen, in the town of Loudon,
for part of the township of Petel.
° At the Logllonse on the farm ,f Jacob Elliott, for the
Welsh Run District, being part of Montgomery twit. :
At thellouse of Themes ale A te, in Mace reburg, fir
patts of the townships of Petersut d
At the Mount Hock School blouse in Southampton,
township, for part of the tow usbip of Southampton. ;
At the Eastere S.Choolellouse in Orrotowu, for the
other part of Southampton township.
NOTICE IS lIEBEBY GlVE'it s —eThat , every person
' excepting Jacticesuif th e Peace,' Itho shall held any-_of-
Bee or appointment of profit or trust ;moor the U. States
or of this State, or a City or Incorporated District;
whether a commissioned ollicer r:otherwise, who is or
shall be employed under theLigislative, Executive or
• Judiciary Department of this State' er. of the United
-States, or of any Incorporated Ifistri , and also. that
every member of Congress and t e tate LegisLitu:e.
and of the Select or Common Oramei of ny City., ream
,/' sins - Inver of any Incorporated pis ler, aby . say inca
pable of holding or exercisingit t e tittle, Gra,office or
•' . airpeintinent of Judge. Inspezt rof Cle k of any elec
„thin of this Commonwealth, an that nu udge. Inspector
or other officer of such election, shall be eligible to be
• then voted for.”
'And the said Act of Assembly, entitled "An Act 're
lating to Elections,dd this Contmonvrealth,O passed July
• .1, 1839, further provides, as follows, to wit :
"That the- Inspectors and dndges shall meet at the
respective' Places appointed fot holding the -election in
-the District in which they may reipectively belong. be
fore 9 o'clock, on the morning of the 2d Tuesday of Oc
tober.'and each of said Inspec tors shall appoint one Clerk
is Ittraliallbe a qualified voterlof such District.
'ln case the person who anvil have received the sec
, end highest number of votes for Inspector shall not at
tend ea the day 'of election, Olen the person who shall
haye received the second highest number of votes for
Judge at the next preteedingi election, shall act as In-
Spector in his place. And in pose the person who has
rtraeired the highest nu niberof votes for Inspector shall
- Det ilt tend. the person elected Judge shall appoint an In
spector in his place, and in case theperson elected Judge
shall not attend, then the Inspector who received the
, highest number of votes shall appoint a Judge in his
.. 'place ; and if any vacancy shall continue in the boat d.
fur the space of one hour after the time fixed by law fur
the opening of the election,! the qualified voters ef the
.township, card or district
have been elected, present a the time of election, e tlr which such officer shall
adult-: • -elect one of their number tol,fill the vacancy."
- - Particular attention is directed to the Act ofAssenthly
passed the Zith day of Febrpary, 1849, entitled "An Act,
relative to voting at Elehtions in the Counties of
• • Adruns,Dauphin, York,Laneaster,Franklin,Cumberland
:Bradford, Centre, Greene raid - Erie," viz:—
- - il.Be it enacted by lltoSeriztte and Douse of Repro;
- SeritatiVet of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in
; General Assembly met, and it is hereby enacted by the
- authority of thesame--,-thAt. it shall tie lawful ter , the
, qualified voters of the Counties of Adams, Ili tuphin, L3ll
- caster, York, Franklin % Curateriand, Bradford, Centre,
. Greene and Erie, from andafter the passage of this Act,
to sate for,all candidates firthe various offices to be fin
, - est at any election on one election on one slip or ticket #
' Provided,the office for which every candidate is - voted
:for shall be designated, as required by the existing laws
f•' ed, the Commonwealth, . l , . .
" 2. That any fraud committed by any person voting
" in the manner above preseribed, shall be „punished as
• falnitar frauds are directed to be punished by the exist ,
• lag laws of the Commonwealth." -
Fur the inionnetioe of the electors of Franklin county
I pub isle the folloWing, bei ng the 4th section of the Act
of the General Assembly f the session of 1851, entitled.
',` An Act to provide for e election of Judges of the
'several Courts of this Co monwealth, andrto regulate
' certain Judicial Districts ; '..---
::-. i 4. That the election' fir Judges shalt be held and
conducted in the several election Districts in the ;wale
° Manner in all respects elections for Itepresentatives
are or shall be conduete and by the sarao Judges, In
spectors and officers. ante the provisions of the Act of
the general Assembly, entitled, -.An Act relating to the
- elections of this'Coinmouv,•ealth. approved the Ltd day of
-:- , lnly, 1.84% and its seesl supplements andallmthar like
Yaws as far as the same:all be in force and -applicable,
shall be deemed and talon Lobe the election of Judges:
Provided, That - the aforesaid electors shall vote for
Judges of ,the Supreme Court on a soperate piece of pa
per.andlor all other Jridgearequired to be learned 3.••
Ms law on another sepqraTe'piece of paper; c,
1 -- t. --
"It shall bp the day of the several Assessors. respect
ively. triattend at the Place or. holding every ficoneral,
Special ort'Townslifp election, during the whole time
, said election is kept open; for the purpose of giving in;
formation t..Q the Inspectors and Judge, when oiled on,
imrelation to the right iorany person .assessed by them
to vote at such election; and on such other matters in re
lation to the assessment of voters as the said Inspectors,
or either of :them, shal-from time to-flute require. . -
"No person shall be permitted to vote at any election
- as aforesaid, than a white freeman of the age of twenty
' one years or more, wheshall have resided in the State at
least one year,
anti in the election District where he of
fers to tote at Mast tht days, immediately proceeding
such election, and within two years have paid a State or
County tax which shalrhave berm assessed at least left
days before.the election. But. a citizen of the United
States, whohas previously been a qualified voter of this
Stars, and removed - Tem.:from and returned, and who
• shall bade resided ihi the election District - and paid taxes
aforesaid shall be outltled to vote after residing in. this
State six months :'Previded, That the white freemen.
- citizens et the United States between the ages of twenty
• one andtwenty-two Years, who have resided in the, elec
tion District ten daYiks aforesaid, shall be' entitled to
Vote.vdthetletllleY shall not havopaidtexes., •
"No person shall 1, permitted to vote whose name is
not contained in tho list of taxable' i nhrthitauts 1 urnish
ed by the Commissioners, union', First, he produces a
receipt for payment within two years of a State or
County. tax. assessed agreeably-to the Constitution, and
give satisfactory evidence either on his oath or allirrna
ti+ or the oath or litlirmation of another, that he has,
_ . paid a tax, or in failure to produce such, a .receipt,
. shall make oath to t o payment thereof: or,. Sozond ; if
he claimaright to Ote by being an elector between thb
a g es of twenty-one ad twenty-two years; shell depose
• . on oath or afftrmatlen. that he has resided in the State at
. 'least one year next-hefora applicathm, and _make his
such proof of roSid ncein the Distrl4os is'reqiured by
. this Act • and that lii does verily, bellt'eve front the 'az
- counts given him 01 he is of the ago aforesaid; and
give .sucit- other.• e ideate as is required by this Act,
--.• whereupon thane eat the person so admitted to vote
Shall be inserted intim alphabetical list, by the Imp ec,
tors and a moteinaide , opposite thereto by - Writing
word.tax" he almlii be admitted to vote - by- reason, of
having paid tax °tithe word "age"'-if ho shill be aticaitt
-4.. Gd tp, y e t ° by t, al s o 4of age , and fn..elther case the reason
• ' ilf rociivote seat he called out to the Clerks who shall
taste, the like note; in thelist of voters inept by - them.
. • • ' Kn. alrease3 whOro tliir IMMO of the "nerarm, claiming
to Tote Is not fonatTort the list farruolte4 by the Cominis•
- ' tioners.orAssesslerjtor his right 'to vote whether found
either by'verbalpOciamation thereto, or by - any written
-- , stoOner not, SI I
Objeetato by av qualified citizen, it
'gat ba the ritity of the „Inspectors tii: exit - nine Snell Or'
',Mai , Oil liatb as yp goal:Meat efis - Auldil he claim* to Mire
;resided withhithe Stater ar one yea*: or .more, Ids oath
shall be sufficient proof. thereof , but he shall Make prOof
by at Inuit one cbmpetent iadtnens; who, shalrbiii - Vialir
fled elettur, that he has resided within the District. for
more than ten days next 4mmediately preceeding said
election, and shall also himaelt swear that his bona fide
. residence, inpursuarree of hie.
.lanectl calling, is within
.the District, and that he did not remove into tlie said
;District fur the purpose of voting therein.
"Every person qualified as aforesaid, and who shall
make due p.t . sed, if required , of hie -residenee-,sand-pay,
inent of taxes, aforesaid, shall be admitted to vote in
the township, ward or district in which ho shall reside.
"If any person shall prevent or attempt-to prevent an
.officer of the election ender this act fa om holding -such
• Ovation. or lose or threat.'* any violence to any such of
ficer, or shall interrupt or improperly interfere with him
in the execution of his duty, shall block or attempt to
1 block up the window or avenue to any window where
the saute may be holding, or shall riotously disturb the
, peace of said election, or shall use or practice any intim
, - idation threats, force or violence with the design to in,
fluence, ituduly or overaw any elector, or to prevent ldin•
• from voting, or to retain the freedom of choice, such,perl:
son on. conviction shall be finedim any sum not aceed- -
ing five hundred dollars and to be imprisoned - Wialtue
not 1. ss than one or more than twelve months; Afidit it
shall be shown to the court where the trial'ofkuch of- '
fence shall be had, that the person so offeliffing"was not
a resident of the city, ward, district or'tesetaship where
the said offence was committed, and.hqt• entitled .where
therein, then on convi. tion he shall bezeireticed to pay
a tine of not less than one hnntilrtil Or . more than one
thousand dollars, and obe imprisonednot less than six
months nor More thaictwo years.—
"If any person or persons, rabid' Make any bet orveagsr
upon 'the result of any elect - inn "within this Common
wealth, or shall offer to make Any-such bet or wager, or
printed advertisement, challenge or Invite any persm or
persons to Inuit such bet oriiroager,ypon convict toe tkere.
of, he or they. shall forfeit •.and :pay three times the
amount 10'0 ler ed tob, bet,' ...
"If May person not by ; list.qtalified, shall fraudulently
vote at ; en election in this Commonwealth, or being
otherwise qualified shell vote Out of his proper diStrict,
or if any person knowing-the want ofsuch a qualification
shall aid or procure melt person to vote, the person, ou
conviction, shall be lipid in any sum not exceeding two
hundred dollars and be imprisoned for any term 'not ei
ozeding threementhk. . ,
"if any person shall,vote at more than one election
district, or otherwise fraudulently vote more than once
on the same day, or shall fraudulently fold and deliver to
the Inspector two 'tickets together, with the intent ille
gally to vote, or udvise add procure another so to do, he
or they shall. on cedvfetinn, be fined in any slant not less
than fifty nor more than five hundred dollars, and ho tan
pi isoned not less_r•than : three nor more than twelve
months. I.` , 3 . , _ -
"If any persottaliandifird to vote in this COMmon
wealth, agreeably to law, (except the sons of qualified
citizens) sha)l appear,` at any place of election for the
purpose of issuing tickets or of influencing the citizens
qualified to vote,lie shad , on conviction, forfeit and pay
any sum, not exceedin one hundred dollars for - every
such offence , and be i p "=ones for any term ,not ex
ceeding twelve Mont s."
Agreeably to the.pr isions r - * the sixty-first section of
said act, "Every Generta and trial Election oh.'" •be
open between' tholitnirs of t and tea in the forenoon,
and shall continue open until seven o'clock In the even
ing, when the pollt shall be closed."
Pursuant to the PrOvisiqns . contained in the seventy,
sixth section of the met first sforesaid, the judged of the
aforsaid districts shall respectively take charge of the
certificate of return et .the election of their respective
districts. and produce them at a meeting of ane judge
from each district, at the Borough - of Charabershurg, on
the nil d day after the election. being for the present
year ON h'IIIDA. Y, 111E1VIIIDAY OF OCTODEftIiEXT,
theta andthere to do and perform the duties requir . ertby
lad et said judges. - .
Iltatwhereahere a judgebY sickness or areatvoldable
aecillent, Is unable to hitend 'such a meeting,-of judges,'
then the certificate or return. aforesad emit he taken
charge of by one of the Inspectors or Clerks of the .elee
ten of staid district, who shall 40 and perform dr:duties
required of -the said Judges unable to attend. ;
' (lay en.under my hand and seal at Cbambersburg, tbii
Slat day of August. 1563.- SAMUEL BEANDT.
sheriff's Office,Chamb'g. ', Sheriff.
F,-I.YETTEVILLE , ACADEMY:=
The annual opening of Fayetteville Academy will
tate place on Wednesday. September 9th. under the charge
of•Mc. A. E. SWINNET4and Nliss Swtttttir, of New
This Institution Is incorporated and lot .ted in the till
age of Fayetteville, Franklin County. Pa.. six miles Profit
Chambersburg in a healthy, part of the country and with
•mannificent Mountain scerieryaround it.
It is the design of the Institution and will be the con
stant aim of the teachers to impart practical thorough
ness in all branches of Irtstructiop.
The school year is divided into two seagetis oftwency
;weeks each; The Fall t.e..sion beglisthesetandWedii4day
I:teptember and cleat, the funr.li Tuesday in January,
trfth >t vacation bf dne 'week at - Christmas: Thb Friitit
session begins the first Wednesd.yln February and closes
"the 23d of June.
For - En:fish ,branche4 • -$
Sciences and Higher 'Mathematics 12 00
Ikir classical studies:. 15 08 .
Music on Piano 20 00
Drawing andpencelling 4 Q 0
Boarding from F 2 00 top 2.5 per sreeki
For further particuiars addrese tither the Principal or
Mr. J. B • Cook. Fayetteville.
REF MIEN ES.--Bev.Mr. Deatrich, E,llartzel, 31. D.,
Mr. John W. Barr, or Mr. Robert Black.
REFITTED 4 D REORGANIZED
Will - open its fall term ,on Monday, September 7th.
Large additlonii hare been madeto its already extensive
apparatu a, a full and efficient corps of teachers has been
employed and no pains or eipensespared to render ours
One of the first institutions of learning in the country.•
Particular atteutlhu paid to Teachers mid young men
preparing fur College.
ff" Primary Department for little Boys and Girls will
ba_opened in the Academy rinder charge of Mies
In-which the &Merits of Spelling. Bending, Writing,
Arithmetle.Geograplae and Grunt= will be thoroughly
taught. Tuition in this department, s.h per quarter.
For further particulars send for circular or. apply - to
3. R. RINNZS, Pritelpai, ' .
.A. - .OVERPEELD, AL. 8., Latin and U. English. - -
A. N. Tamura, Commercial Department..
Miss 11..11.Bnirrax, Music, Drawing and Principal of
Chamberelinrg, aug. 12,163.
E MORY FEMALE COLLEGE,.
Thal Instituiion of Learning, for Young Ladies, will be
opened on Thuradag, September U, :1663. The Presl•
dent will be assisted by an of Corps of Teachers.
The conrse of Instruction will embr • Cc all the branches
necessary to givtiyoung ladles a refined and thorough
Qulleginte education. • I
For Circulars and particular information. address the
undersigned, Carlisle, Pa. ILA': CIIA.AIBERS,
July 29,'63-10t. . - , .. : : • President.
CIAL COLLEGE,—DoubIe Entry Bookkeeping.
Beninese arid Orannactitai Penmatightn, Card Writting.
tan;ht in Bonet for style. Terme for a thoreog Com.
rnerchtl Course. $29. A good Maud Writing guaranteed
t, ail for Night Class. front 7to 9 o'clock. For far
ther particillara, call at the colle g e, Halms (Academy
it tiding) or address
eept 9 , , Prot A. M. TRIMMER.
IIAMVERSBIIRG YOUNG LA
stnllNAßY.—Tilefall'Exenton of 18(111 will
begin: September gal. The terms will ho the game az
.heretoforti. A reduction of one-third will be made hi
the - Chnige for boarding where &pupil. is In attendance
from Monday to Finlay.'
For farther partieulara;apply to
au g 12-6 t Itev.IIENItYREEVES, A, 31. Principal.
Vats, :.Qap anlr Stirs.
FANCY FURS FA.ITaY FURS IA
• . -JOIP7 FmtEme,
718 Arch St ~• below Bth south side, PhiLd'a.
Importer, 'Manufacturer of and Dealer - In al kinds of
FANCY', FIJES 1 for Ladies'and Childreti's Wear.
1 wish to return my thanks to my friends of 'Franklin
and the surrounding COMltifity for 'their very liberal pat
ronage extended to me during tho lest few years, and
would say to them that I now have, in store, of my own
Importation and Manufacture a very extensive assort
ment of all the diirerentitinds and qualities of FANCY
FURS, for Ladies and,Children, that willbe worn during
the Fall aud`Win for seasons.
Being the direct Importer of all My Furs froth Europe,
and havingLthem-all Manuilmturtid under tnyornimper;
vision—enables: me to oiler my castomercandthe,public
a much handsomer, Set. of.Fura ; for the same money.
Ladies 'plow.° give tne a call before pnrohasing ! Please
remember the name, number and'street... .- ' •
No, 718 Arjr/ti.,FlCtfdßAA)liin
ATS, CAPS - AND STRAW
j_ GOODS. ram now prennrod.to furnish my ens
truter.l with all"the new styles-6f -Thita,,eaps and Straw
G. ods, which I will sell low.. J. L.DEGI:11;11T. ,
4 dociraS'Outh of'Eyeter &Bro.
W STOOK of STRAY . . GOODS
at old prices. at • DF,CILERT'S.
CI OFT HATS 'Of Coibis;
4nd qualltino,from fifty coats can and get tar
gai no at , DECILEICT'S.'
elp franidin 'Repository, il)ambersiburg,
e," 4 300, &c.,
AT Q; T I ,C:B
who hive LOST MONEY by the
RE 8y..1 , AT,y, 0
MAKE "AND - BATE - lifOiiEt.
IN MERCHANDISE, ,
lialittia" returned from the Ea:. ' and opened the follow.
ing,liskof FRESH MERCHANDISE, whiolalmproposes
to sell .
WHOLESALE ANDF,artttiV,• - : . - -
CHEAPER THAR:T:IIE slitE - EtsT :
100 Barrels Brown-Sugar. .
40 " White
60 4 r Syrups and#4intest.
3000 lbs. choice !fame.
. 5000 " Sides` and Shou4 ros
400 (1. A. - Salt:
60 Bags Ashton Fine Salt; L
-1000 Sacks Table or DairsSa4 •,
50 Boxes Prince Cheesety'i
25 gross Essence Coffeel.... _ -
1.500 lbs.Exceb3lor Coffee.. -;,-
50 bbls. No.l, 2 and 3, Muckuith
100 boxes Scotch Herring ,
50 doz. Twine and Bed Cot*, -
100 Dozens Corn Brooms -
if , Dozens Assccited Brushiii;' • ' •
50,000 Segue at 1 1 anufactairers'Rrie..eliti
50 dozen o C f n N rr a y i -C is Onalitiand - . ' itore - Ul-C:ls.. :
200 doz Mason's shoe Blacliing at factory
500 doz. packed Smoking Tobacco.
To-gross Stcpse Pollish.
groSs Indigo in boxes. -
100 tbs. Indigo In lump. .
100 doz. Pint and halt pint Flasks at Factory
25 Wine Bottles. - -
.-• ~ •
100 Fancy Soaps. - - . _
- . •..
- SODA and -. _
- • - CRACKERS,
- by the - iirrel,
PAINTED iI.pCKETS,hy the dozen,
GRO ) Crlip intt TINGROUND aPICES,t olesale
prices; also, •
- _,•11 - Cd - JSEICEEPING AitTl CLES,
- NOTIONS, &c, Le i
' fn great variety. '
TOBACCO ~91' ALL _KINDS, .
irons 5 lbs. to ibox, at bity prices, together with hun
dreds of. artioles not mined. all of Which wilt be politely
ehowa iocustomeris and If not satisfied after examina
tion, thatl -
nTS STOCK I - rgn LARGEST nv THE TOWN
.4 ND it/S PR/CEI T#E,L 0 WES2'.
he will not to make ' ,
I am determined to sell goods very cheap and theteby
sell the more of them.
The special attention of country merchants is incited:
to this stock of merch Indira, as I can and will sell goodi
ati.leyrtts any Jobbing house in the city.
• all articles I can do aawell, a6d on many articie;
better,thari a single barrel,. liwpackag,e oK,tlAett_
could be 'Ought for in the city.
July 29.1441. WI.LLIAM
K EROSENE OIL. •
wholesale and retail GROCER, odedate Dinrnond s Chain-
burg, Pa.., has been appointed Agent for Franklin ,ounty
of one of the best KEROSENE OIL COMPANIES in the
State, and Will sell OIL, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
as low any House in Pittsburg or Philadelphia Look
to your interest and buy your OIL where you get it the
Cheapest, and whereat is always, warranted to be the
'very first quality. , pply 29,'63• tf.
Drugo, ei iu Szr.
Trim OLDEST 110ITSE in TOWN,
I t AS A HOUSE OR niruci sroß4
IS MILLER & HENSHEY'S;
On the Northwest Corner of the,"Plamond
wITERE CAN 3E HAD,
CHEAP FOR CASH,
Everything; and more thin la nsuall,y kept, In Drag
ill Regular Drugs,,
IlnrrayCs Camphorated Cordial,
t wilt cure Diarrhea,
Capitals, Certain Remedies,
,And Mother's kriend,,
Fluid Extract Bnchn t
Lirideare MOM gearcier,,
And all other Standard Preparations of the
. Day •
• Nave °there Kept at thfa named
SOAPS, about forty Was;
PEHMIIIat; the heetctf- -
Haase and CaTrg;allon - natts; that ate t he-relied ON
„ ;NSllBEfft 04. alldtoßB, 4R4
THAT WILL NOT BltltAgv
KENNADY'S - 111edient Diseovtr7,-- -
• Ayer's'Stirsaiiiirfilii, • - • •
• • Seine'eCodliiver 014 • • ,
• Llndsay!ii Blood Searcher,;, •
'Stover's Bitters, - '
Bostetter4r Stomach Bitter*
Swain's Panaceas . • ." • - • 1 —• -
Brown's -Essence of ,Jarrialca ("Wier, _
Badvray's Medicines, •' '
• SPolding'S Throat Coßfeetiatifii
• • • ,BroWrsTroches,
and other rellabie Medicines at "-spArtaLEws.
- 2 1 ,15 1 g1;i117:! I cliV I Ztt! h t . :; 1 4 1 1 - 1 1 1:F 1 :::
- LIA CY PRINTING, in every va
,i; rieiy of nolork, done with ildntneet and deenateh at
The FRANKLIN REPOz.lloltY.office;
MNECHANICS - who de . Siret' to
tend their bastion. !wept* la !the
El= 'kltP I.' • • -- • .
- ST.ERN3I - OTEr,-Xest-Aferrkk
,SY., Ne u the ..Britige;Clibtiri.
-The imbscriblit would re.spectfultiinforra tile Travel
community-that be has purcbase4 and, taken-posses'
stone/ - He pupas to tuakelt-orte of - the Mast'
desirable,places for strangers and - otberi to stop at tEitt
can bo found in any country town.
HIS TA AS will at all times be spread with the lux
uries andaubstantials of the season.
BIS CHAMBERS are large, weirventilated, and fitted
iifidembtyle. : „z
%. ,. .BI&BAlbis - A1 - 1 be welfstippliedivithir lzirgetindklioice
SPleCtion of the very...best lxqoors,
lIIS - STXBLE will always beT - iirO;iiitel will •TQ'
wholesome provender for stock, and attended by careful
No paTnswill teepwrea.to.render entire satisfaction to
/1 his guests; and pledinallfral3Olfto endeavor to please
all, he solicits a liberal shd - re of theimblic p . atroliage.
June 17,'t13. MILLER.
HOTEL.--this --- notek„—is
VV situated on the corner of Main and Queen — Stiebis,
near the Diamond. in the Borough of CbambersbntWgaz
The undersigned respectfully announces to the travel
ingtublie that this Hotel has been remodled. It has,
_Wen raised to THREE STORIES in height. A end ,
'thie4ittory.Back Building has been added to it, giving
:aninuutinceamountofroom for the accommodation of
_thepulitic - geneially. The rooms are large and comfort
'able, In all, thirty-live. They are all well
=GOOD NEW FURNITURE. Persons
stOppitig,ut thiiHotel can have either double or single
rooms, - with or:Without lire in them. The Table is al
ways supplied with the liklnT IN THE MASKT, and
wil I seat user 100 persons.
The,BarisBlledrtith the CHOICEST LIQUORS: Tpe
Stable is two.etorlos, of the moat modern style, and the
best in the llorottgh of Chambensburg.
June 3'o LIN FISHER :Proprietor.
FRAM LIN HOTEL—TiTest,side of
ae Adam Ware, Chembersburg, Pa. '
-,. The subscriber would. respectfully inform the Travel
ing ComManity that-he has liaised and.taken pogsesskin
Of this CoMmodions Rotel. Ile hopes o make it one of
the Most deMrableldaces for strangers and others to
atop that can be found in any country town.
HIS TABLE will at till times be spread with the lax
ities arinnitatintlals of the season.
1118 CaiaIBEILS are large, well ventilated, and fitted
up In modern sfyie.
MIS BAP , will be welt -supplied with a large and choice
selection of the very best Liquors.
lIIS'BTABLE will 'always be provided with good,
wholesome provenderfor stock, and attended by careful
Nopuins will be spared to render entire satisfaCtlon to
all his - guest; and pledging hinrere' lftp endeavor to please
all, be gviicit. a liberal- share of the liMblie pa tro»age.
Jtip46l7, DANIEL TEOSTLE.
;UrRITE SWAN HOTEL, Cham:
hersiturg, MICIIKEL Glitoc.c, - Sroprietor.
Having - purchased this well.kneivn Hutel, (lon g known
as Miller% and recently as Weist fi Grove's.) the Prepril
etor pledges himself that no pains shall be spared to
Minister to the wants of his guests.
The e.lt.vieter heretofore sustained by the House as a
- comfortible llama for the Sojourner, shawl not suffer in
my - hands if aSonrtant effort to please and secommOdate
wili - sustain it. The p'roprietor, therefore, - solicits, a
continuance of the liberal patronage he?et.fore' extend
ed tu the" White Swan." -
In Odition to large SMbling, he has ,TWO 'DOTS and
a pair of liar and'Svomt Scars for the accommodation
of Drovers and Dutchers,
wra.as cortait - Dawn Et DUTCH-160N.
PO VERPY & HUTCII-ISON
kJ Rave becotne the Proprietors of the .lINITED
STATES ROTEL H
, near the 'Railroad Depot at ARRIS
BURG, Pa: This popular and commodious hotel has
bein newly refitted, and turnialted througoont lts pAr
lore anCchamliers, and is-now ready for the - reception
of guests. • ' , -
The travellingimblic vain 'find thc.United State4l:lntel
the most convenient; in, all particulate, of anyJelbtel in
the State Capital. on account of its access to the
road, being immediately between the two grear:depots
in this city. tiliamsuctia, June 17t4 . 33-tf.
Waynesboro',Record, Mercersburg Jou'inaly and
Greencastle Pilot, copy 3m., rind charge -./te*sitory.
SPECIAL , NOTICE„- -
- THE PROPRIETORS OF THE
RD HOUSE, - --
Itespecti:cilly cal the attention of Business Mem and the
ttayeling community, to the-superior accommodition and
comfort. O'er ed in their establishment. - •
(tug. 26-3 in • HANAGA.,itnvi,kil. & CO.
T-NDIA_N QUEEN - HOTEL, Main
x'Strcet, Clumplierstatrg, Pa. JOIIN W. TAYLOR,
Proprietor. Fine accommodations and low charges.
1— Stock tardy and Scala are connected with thd
premises for the convenience of Drovers.. Also—Eaten--
sive Stabling. iind. yards fur flames and Cticriagea. -
G REAT BARGAINS
FROM NEW YOR h." AUCTIONS f I
AT WAL - LACE',
CORNF,R OF . MAIN AND Igily:EN STREETS.
New style Mosambiques,
Diana diem, Plaid,
Twilled Mosambiquesfor travelling dresses, '
Superior flush % Delaines in colors,
Colored Lawns and Crape de Pony,
Block Silk, superior quality..
Superior Lynne Radromer Silks, (sublirim quality:)
A large lot of Linen C-anabric handkerchiefs,
A huge lot of Irish Linen,
Jaconet Collars, new style,
8 - 00 Dosens .aulles. Misses and Men's Cotton hose;
White Linen and Cotton Duck,
Superior French Doeskin,
Superior solid color Pointille Fig Silks,
Superior Grey lisonoras,
Supeilt Grey Poplin,
-- pest quality Grey Leoooras,
silk Neck Ties and Collar s.
Ladles and Misses' Fillet Mitts;
~,Super Ladies and Mens' Kid Gloves,
Handsome New style Prints and Gingliami,
• ,2 CAIITETS.-
Brussels,Velvet, Thiee-ply(superlor fine) and commor
Four-four live-fear Cocoa and Canton Vatting,
4-4 6-46-4 8-410-4 Floor On:clothe;
Superior Bolting Cloths,
KIRTS ! SKIRTS ! '.- SKIRTS !!!
M. A. JONES'
CELEBRATED," NE PLUS ULTRA" SKIRT,
SOLD. Oat At
N 0.17 NORTH Sth St., PHILADELPHIA.
- Skirts of all-lengths, and any size wiklat made tot:oder,
and satisfaction guarranteed.
Ladies, 3lisses Mai Children's Skirts or everyulle and
shapo, - constantly on hand.
Every Skiyt warranted for Six 'Months,
READ HOW WE DO BUSINESS.
We do not snake any cheap skirts u thecounnon accep•
talon' of thotertn,but we make
THE CHEAPEST SKIRTS' IfADE,
bee: mu -
to we make ,
THE BEST, AND DEFY COMPETITION -
W'e warrant every skirt We ETD to be exactly as rep
resented. We make al/ %resell: and - knowing bow they
are made we guarantee them with' full contidetwo• if
toe sena bad skirt tqe will exchonge ib fist anew one, and
if they gel oul of
. order or break , withsn.six months, we
will repair them free of Charge,
We mean to glee our customers full satisfaction, but
we cannot, do se and compete with the low priced auction
- goods. Wedepend entirely aped the superiority of the
goods we offer, and the fairness of our method of doing
Orders left eioryoca's Book Store.
DIRECTIONS FOR MEASCRENENT.
Take the exact Elio of theynott, ivitimitt- any allow
ance. The, exact length remitted and the size nronnd
the bottom Spring. Alan if the skirt it to be large,
,small, ormediuna Mae at the top, and •whether a-trait Or
plain round skirt, U. A, JONES,
Nol7 North Bth St ;Philadelphia.
aug 196tf' ' Otter the Wax figure-.
Cobacco . artlf *egars.
IVEW. TOBACCO .AND SEGAR
STORE.--To the Citizens nj . •Chambersburn' and
Ficinity - z- The undersigned, having been compelled to
leave Virginia on accuuut of his Dillon sentiments, has
cotne ardong you to establ fah n business, having Pons his
long experience, and by close attention, he will meet
with a generous sapport. 'His stock, wilt consist of all
he beet brands of TOBA.CCO and SEGAllS`w.hich he will
sell as theap asoan be bid any whore in toWn. , Don't forget:
tho place sign of " little Virginia mgger,” opposite
the Franklin Hotel, next door to --hryock's Book dtore,
South-east corner of the Diamond.'
Jane 17 'IVO. ; ' - C. 11 , BIT ' all.
TM_PLEMENtS.--- - -D m ertlers and Man
u facture is of Akrlcultnral find other ImplPtnente
can teach a large class of rah:labia ctietotuers byAnrsn
Immo lathe EItANIf.LIN , R6 OSITMLY.' •
Ir)ARENT9' S'6l<f x eiti tad
vice, or in Hospitals, 'can fantah them with ,tho
REPOBITORY three months for'2s 'cents; six nionthe for
60 tents, or cats year fur 11.00: - ".
NOTI AL°. 4 COLIC.
A lIIGHLtt : ONCENTRATED VEGETA
:, -BLEEXTB4OT. A PURE TONIC.
1100PLANITB GERMAN BITTERS;
• DR. C. M. Jibition, - Philadelphia, Ps.,
LIVER. COMPLAINT, DYSPEPSIA,
JAHNDICE, CHRONIC OR NERVOUS
fhb Rrdifeys. -
from a disordered Liver or Stomach.
Such as Constipation, - Inward Piles, Fullness ekt.
Blood to the Head, Acidity , of the Stomach, Nau
sea. Heartburn, Disgust for Food, Fullness or.
Weight in the Stomach, Sour Eructations. Sinking:
or Fluttering at the Pit of the Stomach. Swimming
of the head. Hurried and Difficult Breathing. Flu:
tering at the Heart, Choking or Suffocating Sensa
tions when in a lying posture. 'Dimness of Vision,
Dots or Webs before the Sight, Fever and Dull Pain,
Irt the Head, Deficiency of Perspiratio,n.Yellowness
of the Skin and Eyes. Pain in the Side, Back, Chest,
&c,, Sudden Flushes of Heat, Burning in the'
Flesk,Constant Imaginings of Evil, and great De
. `, Pression of Spirits.
And ilt- positively prevent Yellow Fever, Bilious' Fener. , ,ka.;-.-.They• contain no ALCOHOL (.).11, BAD`
WHISRPA I , 'They will cure the above diseases'iti
ninety--pine cases out of a hundred.
Induced by tlie`altensive sale and universal pop
ularity of Iloofland!a German Bitters (purely vege=.
table), hosts of Igumint Quacks and unscrupuleui
adventurershave opentd upon suffering humanity
th e flood-gates of Noltinms, in the shape of poor
whiskey, vilely compemided with injurious drugs,
and christened Tonies,Etomachies arid Bitters.
Beware of the innumerable array of Alcoholic
preparations, in pletlierib bottles and big-bellied
kegs, under the modest, appellation of Bitters,which
instead, of curing, only agyravate disease, and leave
the disappointed sufferer In despair.
HOOFLANDB GERMAN BITTERS!
Are not a now and untried article, but have stood
the test of fifteen years' trial' by the . American pub;
lie and their reputation and sale are not rivalled
by any -similar preparation. -
The proprietors have thousands of Letters Troni
the most eminent CLERGYMEN, 'LAWYERS,
PHYSICIANS AND CITIZENS. testi fy.trig. of -heir
own personal knowledge to the beneficial - effects and
medical virtues of these Bitters.
Do you want something to stmingthen you!
DO4/ou want a good appetite?'
Do you want to build up your Collet itution ? '
Do you wont to feel well F -
1)o you taunt to get rid of Nervoueneas! -
Do you want Energy!
Do you want to sleep well"
Do you mint a brisk anet vigorous feeling? •
. If you do, 1136
HOOFLANVS c OER3IAN BITTERS!!
From Rev. IT. Netetcra Brava, D. 1)., Editor of thi.
• Encyclopedia of Religion.? Knowledge.
Although not dispostil to favor or recommend Pa
tent Medicines in general, through distrust of their
ingredients, and effects, I yet , kuow of no sufficient
reasons why a man may not testify to the benefits he
believes himself .to have received from any simple
preparation, in the hope that he may thus contrib
ute to the benefit of others.
I do this the more readily in regard to lloofiand's
German Bitters. prepared by Dr. C. M. Jackson, of
this city. because I was rrejudleed against them for
_many years, under .the impression that they were
chiefly an alcoholic mixture. lam indebted to mtv
friend. Robert Shoemaker, Esq., for the removal of
this prejudice, by proper tests, and for 'encourage
ment_ to try them, when suffering from great and
long continued debility. The use of three bottlesta
these Bitters, at the betinning of the present year,
was followed by evident relief, and restoration to a
degree Of.hodily and :dental vigor which I bad not
felt foralk months before, and had almost despaired
of regaining. I therefore thank God and my friend
for directing me to the use of them.
J. NEWTON BROWN.
Philadelphia, June. 23, 1861.
. - - - - -
There - tire many preparations sold under the name
of Bitters,put up in quart bottles, compounded of the
cheapest -whiskey or common rum, costing from 20 to
40 cents per gallon, the taste disguisectby Anise or Co
This class of Bitters has caused and will continue
to cause, as long as they can he so/d, hundredsto die
the death of the drunkard. By (heir use the systein.
kept continually under the influence of Alcoholic
Sfineutantßof the worst kind, the desire for Liquor is
-created and - kejit tip, and the result all the horrors
attedantuponit drunkard's life an de ath.
. For those who desire and WILL Y.U. a ISquor
Bitters, tee_lntblieh'the—follotcalif '., Get. ttiVE
BOTTLE IWO PLA - iVIr,S GEh'3IAIV BITTERS
and m with TEREE QUA RTS OP GOOD B A.LV
DY OR WHISKEY:, and the result will be a prepa
ration that will far excel' in medicinal virtues and
true excellence any of the numerous Liquor Bitters in
-the market, and will cost notch less. You will havq,
all the virtues of 11001'LAND'S BITTERS in. con
neetionwith-a good article of Liquor,_ at a much less
Price than - these inferior:Preparatiom Will cost you.
AND THE FRIENDS. OF SOLDIERS !:
We call the attention bf all having relations or
friends in the army to the fact that "Hoofland's'
German Bitters" will cure nine-tenths of the disea
ses induced by exposures and privations incident to
tamp lao, In the lists published almost daily in the
newspaPers. un the arrival of the sick, it will be
found that a very. large proportion are suffering
from debility. Every case of that kind can be rea
dily cured by lloofland's Ger Man Bitters. Diseases
resulting from disorders of the digestive Ares are
speedily removed. We have no hesitation in sta
ting that, if these Bitters were freely used.. among
our soldiers, hundreds of lives might lie saved that
will otherwise be lest.
We call particular attention-to the following re
markable and well authenticated cure of one the
nation's hero''s. - whose life, to Use his own language.
has been saved by the Bittersz' •
:t PHILADRLPHIX, August 23, 1862. ,
'llfeart, Jones d Grans.—W en, gentlemen,„ your
Hootland'st3 ertua n Bitters has saved my life. There
is no mistake in this. It is vouched for by numbers
of my comrades, some of whose , names are append
ed, and who were fully cognizant of all the.eireura
stances of my easel I am, and have been for the last
four years, unlimber of Sherman's - celebrated Bat
tery. and under, the immediate command of Capt.
R. B. Ayres. Through the expOsure attendant up
on my ardhous duties, I was attacked in November
last with inflammation of the lungs: and was for 72'
' days in the hospittd, This was followed by great
debility, heightened by an attack of dysentery. I
was then removedfrom the White House, and sent
to this city on board the steamer "State of Maine,"
' - from which I lauded on the 28th of June: Since
that time I have been about as low as any one could
be and still retain a spark of vitality For a week
or more I was scarcely able to swallow , anything,
and if I diction:6 a morsel down-,it was immediate- -
ly thrown up again.
- I could not even' keetia glass of water on my sto
mach. Life could not last tinder these eircumstate '
ces; and; accordingly, the physicians, who had' been
workingtaitlafullyvthough unsuccesSfully, to rescue
me from the grasp of the clread'ireher, frankly told
the they 'could do no more for me, and advised ine
to see a clergyman, and to make such dispositien'of
my limited funds as best suited me. Aia acquaint
ance who isited me at the hospital, Mr. Frederick
Steinbrim, of Sixth helovr..drch Street, advised me,
as a forlorn hope, to try. your Bitters, and kindly
,procured a bottle. From the time I eomuienced ta
kingthem the gleoluy shadow pf.death receded. and,
lam now, thank God for it, getting better. Though
I have taken but two bottler. I have gained ten
, pourids, and Ethel sanguine of being permitted to
rejoin,' my wife and daughter; from whom I have
heard nothing for eighteen months:, for, gentlemen
larn a loyal Virginian, from the vicinity of• Front
Royal. 'To your invaluable Bitters I owe the cer
tainty of lite which'has taken - the place of vague
fears-4o your Bitters will I owe - the. privilege of
again'elasAing to my bosom those who are dearest
to mein life.
Very trulyyonrs,,", ISAAC MAIONE.
We fully concur m 'the truth of the above state
went, as we had despaired of seeing. our comrade
Mr. Malone. restored to health.
JOHN- CUDDLEBACK, Ist New York Battery.
GEO. A. ACKLEYCo,C,IIth Maine. • •
LEWIS CHEVALIER.; 9241 New York.
L. E. SPENCER. Ist Art., Batt. F.
J. B. FASEW ELL, Co. B. 3d'Vernikpnt.
"HENRY P.:JEROME:Co. B.
HENRY T. MoDONAID, Co. C, 6th Maine.
JOHN P. WARD, Co. E.sth Maine.
HERMAN ROCH, Co. H. 72d N. Y. -
NAT. B. THOMAS, Co. F, 95th Pa.
A. J. KIMBALL. Co. A. 341 Vermont.
JOHN JBNIUNS, Co. 2,106 th Pa.
See that thesionature "C. M. -. ..TACKS - .014 . ,"
is on the WRAPPER of each bottle.; • •
• • ,PRICE PER BOTTLE. 7:5,
OR RALp DOZ—FOR 54.09,/
Should your ,nearest druggist_not hain
do not be put - off by any ofth e into:cleating ore Pant•
tions that maybe offered in its place !Mason& to M 3,
nal:Live will foranwd, secUrelY Popked, by express.
PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND/ MANTTFACTORY,
,• No. 631ARrr.`P VW"
o ist.Es Sa EV4NS,
.. , -, • ,
' - (buecessors t "C 31 Jackson lc - C0.). ,
TROPIIIE1 ( 019.
• FOR SALE by DrUggists and Deaterain eversr
- town inthe Utkited,States. :,- • Vu4/ 4 1 .17 4.
S ^!_ 'L~W~~~
:r t 4 ~ y
ATTENTI6'. SOLDIE4S I
• IF '4.I.IR,SEGOIVE) STREET. DETirkEN M. 114
''Kla` . .• AND QUERY CLIAMBERSBUIM, Pd., ate
t ti e cu ni .‘ tta
s a f . o ea t t li te ebusi on :ni
nets in.tal its various hiches. Pars ,
vaa to. ToyhT t r, out. Dressing, ,kos,,
Having the advantage otrr large custom, and of bnyffig
his stock cheap for cash, he can furnish •
COFFINS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION,
at tower rates than any other establishment in torn or
county, ile does not as aTlixit pligtorototrittigsertices,
but ds'an Dintirtaker.WAlZOS) "etre exPrriotcdAtt ihs
husiness. Persons requiring. the ' servires of an _
taker - for their families or (Fiends, iv`oulti "MAU iinstaffir
ally to their advantage to give him a call.,
Me li r ti n i to s h a ti G sFany tel T 3d. vn g lV o r d g n p rh 4 t ud bse e l l;
exclusive right to use
Snider's 'mirrored Metlrodof Covering CO^lt
he is thereby enatated,to furnish aßh.ten. COVERED COEMI
nt an exceedingly IoW rate. Sint also having a new owl
elegant HEARSS. hats prepared to tDrDiSh Coffins to
,iisocticier of the conntY•dskired.,:ne ix.X.geint fur
:pAkd PAl"*.Ntf kALLW BURIAL:
absence Ur at tiliht s 4:uld h' a left at
Isis resideiice,AVest_ 31tiritet ltree, Opposite .1111Ler's
' Pane 11,17#33.
The undersigned respectful y antinonces, to, the
citirms of Chambersburg arid vicinity,thatin i ban liken
the kotrosti immediately adjoining the office of D r . a uto .
serott.on Main street, where he intends to ma n uc,, t ti l i e •
eirerp dlscription et ' v
' • CABINET-WARE, J, • 1
SRO 118 sofitS, Parlor Tables, COIIIIIIOID 8T1T411,130,
tittri obes, Breakilist do. Dresising dd.
new style, Dining do. :tares, Sinks,- !
LonnFes ' 'Book Cases, Wash Static - fa,
RocittngCliairs, Secretaries, editends, >le.: , •
Pine Par. do. Clothes Horse, new style.
All work constructed, by him is warranted,Trom the
Sot down to the most common work;
Particular attention will be given , to- the mak-trial - 0i
Coln of aeydesirea style—Clotb. Waluntor
Remember,,when yen buy your Furniture
DAVID W. 0P.0.51A1i, yen are gettiug:tbe latest . 13 )e
and tWe best of -work.
Jime17,1863. "DAVID W. fkltoSgMAll.
,r(HAIR, AND CABINET .11ANJ
ILLFACTORY.—The .subseriber informs the piddle
that lie'Contliities the =mut tbtare of the-I'M-ions artfebs
i n bt a i me , at his factors, upon West Queen Stt eet. a Tew
doors from Main, Be has Mu ass on hand or prepared
to intinufketniu Upon the tdiortest notice, Cane Boltom
and Windsor:Chairs, with Plain. and Curtain Bedsteads,
Pler and Card Tables, Bureaus, Wash Stands and hook
TURNING, in all its varieties, attended to with prompt
ness - and despatch. ROUSE', PAINTING., in 'All lhs
branches, ever uted by competent hands.
• PAPER RANGING —Particular attention will A be
given to this department and satisfaction in every in
, stance guaranteed.
Racing employed a sniflcient number of competent
hands, theundersigned feels assured of being enabled• to
fill nil orders in a workmanlike Manner, abd rewetfribly
solicits the same. - W. A. 11AZEIXT.
CIHEAP CHAIR AND _CABINET
WARN-R0031.5.--.108/A.ll SVIIOFIELD. ((Suc
cessor - to Sohn Cree.) MANUFACTURER OF CHAVIS
and CABINET-WARE,3IaIn street. three douta South
of Huber & Tolbert's Hardware etore, Chambersburg,
FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS, -
Always on hand or made to order. i'enitian Minds
manufactured as neatly and cheaply no city work.
wiTSE and SIGN PAINTING and P.4.P.SRHANGI3IG
done neatly, expeditiously and cheat . ); In Toga or
~ Witepairing of till kinds, in their line of 'business.
iirtrinpitl attended to,nt moderate prices. '
AA GENTS W: TED.—Lib
ducements to Canvassers for the sale -of` the
CELEBRATED COTTAGE $l2 SEWING AlAttallE.
I wish to engage an active Agent in every County ki
the United States and Canadas. to travel and introduce
my - NEW CHEAP, BAXILY SEWING DIACIAT.NR.
Thislfachine possesses more than ordinary merit is just
patented with vainibleiniprovements, and - ackneVfledg
od to be unsurpassed for general utility. Alisuited
iiiirriber of responsible Agents are wanted to solicit or
ders, to 'whom a salary from --
$5O TO $1.50 PER MONTH AND EXPENSE;
will bp paid. For conditions and full particulars address
with stamp for return postage. - • .
atig 19-3 m
WAITTED.-85000' worth of OT. 7)
GOLD PLATES. Persons having wo`rri out
Artificial,Teeth mounted upon Gold Plate. In large or
small quantities, can obtain the highest price, either in
Molar in exchange for Dentristry. by calling tilmh'
DR. J. K. REID. Dontint,
corner of ,lain and Queen - streets, above Vim. Iloyser'a
Drug Store. Charahentoarg. Pa. June 10038-8 m
WANTED— din Apprentice to learn
the TINNING Business. F.nquise at, the,lts
Matrfgs anb *Wag.
QALISBURY BROS. & CO. f , -
zro. 3T Doß.o4.,yqE STREET, and,
67 WEYBOSSET STREET,
PROVIDENCE, 141, ,
Propriotort of one of the meet extensive JEW_EL It
lit Aii 1J Adtoßl ES intho
Ensferii Stator, -
/Ni l & ca/7 tlkaekntion of thi'community generally to
SIIRREISING CHEAP RATE
At wl . lch thy are .ofTering
rAa'sur.ressunca • •-,.% ... •
Botk r Forolgn and Domestic Manntectores in Ye Dint of
'Elegance nal Real Durability! . ;
' FOR INSTA'''NCEi
I Por DOLL ssa„ we forward, nicely carded 'amid
packed in good order. the following enornapacitutptity
of Jewelry, equal in finish to any Plated tßild. nbd not
to be reCognized from Gold only by the trying if acids:
80.-Eactmel Vest Chains • 2 Plain, klorentine Plat;
Ear Rings to motet; "2 ' Twist Wire Pins; 4 tar'
Rings to match: 2 Plain Pins; 4' Enr Rint'to
Snatch; 25 Ladies' Rings, Douhlo Heart SD
a variety of - milli/rug: 60 Union Rini , .
biome; fid Scarf Pins, Main and
Imitation Coral; 2, Doable
- Glass Lockets, engine
turned; 6 Lox
• Maim Pim for portrait or hair; 72 Assorted•Lockio!,
Ifoart and Shell Charms, and d Band Brace
leta,—all'• for Fifteen 1101111111. , A "
collection of this kind. - when , •
placed in the hands of any • L ,
one of ordinary.ixt- ,
• rOii gilt to retail for at leiist On'e Hundred. Dollati I
Ilafalognes,iontaining Pall informs thin and- Pikes of
qoods,r,an po obtained uponapplication./
os, Orders by Alftil, Telegraph. or -Exiiress, resrect
SALISRURY PROS. .
37 Durratice & 67, Wesbossot
Inn tt 17, '6,Um. Pittovnitketik. I.
'WATCHES, JEWELRY `l,
The undersigned would -reapectfully incite your atten
tion to hia welt selettidiltech of Fine Gul4, , and Silver
WaticaEs, Fine Gold .11.1VSLHY, of evetilitid - and
viirjay of istyle**.e(l i alpriSingfin or the yenned and. most
beautiful designs. /
Also. SOLID SILVER-WAREinquaito Coin —kind the
best .antke of Sayer-Plated Ware. Each article is war
' ranted to be g.g represented.'
'gar Watches and Jewelry carefnlly, repairednad eat
ante(egitccessor to ji Et C n Cl u it tfe ll t A k rt lta " rl Y e l i,
isfaction ,; gudr
2TOWni No. 622 Market street, Philadelphia.
RPETINGS AND BEADING.
f ' B B WO V A L.—B. L. BIITGAT A7'Bo3rhave
removed-from 262 S. Second street,. to 867 CALUTBUT
Street, above Eighth, where the; have opened - a,wel/
OAIIFETS, OIL CLOTHS AND:: 31AT
Bedding and Muttrasses of 'Every' DeseriPtion,
ur.ADT•7IIDE. on.Audwro 06D6u...,11‘
:PRATHER E. (LF ,t".,412 / - vs Qu:Az,inEs,
ALIC - AIN ON HAND.
The mannfactare and sale of Bedding will tlt:o be
'Continued at-262 S. Second street. .., • •••-'
. • REEVE LAtitAßfri%
Jane 17, ' B3 3m.
JOB - PRINTINO, -e'very,._Style.
done at the office of Cho FRANULIN REP,0412432Y.
Box 2758, Boston 'SIMI