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ELECTION.-:•Wherens. to and by an Act of the
V (moral Assembly of the Com•amiw e atth of p en akybra.
ntaientitled. • "An Act relating to the Elections of this
Commonwealth," passed the tt,Z oay ot July, Minn Domini
1639, it is made the duty of the Sit Jritf of every Qtanty
;Within this Commonwealth public notice Of the
General Electionhand in sucl o , ,tw.e to enumerate—
.- Ist--The Officers to be elecol.
21—Desigmeting theplaccm at which the election is to
be held. Therefore,
L sAutrst. BRANDT,' Bich gberiff of the County of
`Franklin, do hereby make known ...Waive this PUBLIC
NOTICE to the Electors of the Coont3 of Franklin, that
ON THE 21 TUESDAY OF OLITOSER, NEXT, (being
the 13th-day of the month,) a Uelterni Election will . be
held at the several Election Districts establishedby law
in said county at which time they will vote b 3 ballot for
the several officers, ac.,herelhatter named; viz:—
One person for Governor a the Commonwealth of
Oue person for Judge of the Supreme Court of the
Commonweatth of Pennsylvania.
Two Persons for members of the Ilona° of Representa
tives of the General Assembly el P•mnsylvania, to rep
ruient the Counties of Franklin awl Fulton in the House
s :Representatives of the General Assembly of Penn
• bne person to fill the office of Prothonotary for the
County of Franklin.
One person to till the office of Itegfstes,and - Recorder
for the County of Franklin.
Olio person tofill lie office of Clerk pf the,Coarts for
Ate County of Franklin. '
One person to filrthe office of Treasurer for the Conn
ti of Franklin. ,
One person to fill the office of County Commissioner
Sot. the County of Franklin. • ~..
One'pet son to fill the'office of Director of, the Poor for
the County of. Franklin.
O , nsperson to fill the office of Auditor for the County
of Franklin.. ~
The said Eleetiona will be held throughout tbeCounty
At tile Cotirt Reuse In the Beresigh of Chambersburg,
the North Wardof said .13,,rou,z,h;aud part of Guilford.
At the Rouse of J. W. Taylor, for the South Ward oil
At.the kabllc House of John Gordon, at the West
Paint Or enamberetairg, for the tom nabit of Hamilton.
' At thelehool Houie in F:.) etteville, tur parts of the
townshipa=of,Guilford and G teou.
At the Yoblie Rouse of lilt tin Shoemaker, in Green
for'part of Green tou nship. -
At the Westorn-.School Gon4e, in the town of St.
Thomas, for the township of St. Thomas.
At theZehool House, in the town, of Fannettsburg.
for the township of Me tal._tal,_
At the - School 'Goose, in the-town of Roxbury, for the
township of Dargan.. • -
At the house of John Rarroy, for part of township
At the School House, in tilt• town of Concord, for part
of tho township of Fannet E. and
At the new Stone School Ilmse in Morrowtown die.'
trict, for the other part of P.tito et t twp.
• At the House now occupie-i by Geo. Anderson in tho
village of Quincy, for the the township of Quincy.
At the Western School Morse in Waynesboro,' forth
township of Washington.
At the HOW of L. Foreman in. Greencastle, for At
trim and part of the township of Peters and Montgoni
At ths School House, on thu bin& of Nfichael Cook It
Wart in.tornship, for the township of Warren.
At the Strasburg School House,, fur the township
At int Howe 6f James Mallen. im the town ofLondon,
for part of the township of Peters.
At the Log House Lathe farm of Jaeob Elliott, for the
• Welshe Run District, being port it Montgomery twp.
At the louse of Thomas McA. t•e, iu Mercersburg, for.
parts of the townships of Poter., and Montgomery. •
At the Mount Rock School House in Southampton
• township, Mr part of the township id - Southampton.
' At the Eastern School How, in Orretown, for the
other part of Southampton town-hap..
SOl - I.:E 1S IIEREBY GI VEN--That every viral
er)., e,ding Justices of the Ye. Ce. shall hold any of
lice or appointment of profit or i ~ i st uncer the 11. &Mee,
or of this State, or a City 01 Incorporated District
whether a commissioned talker ol.otherwise who is oil
ahnil oe employed under the Le...o•lative, Executive ori j
Judiciary Department of this date. or of the lJnite,j
State,. or of any Incorporat e , f in trict, and also, thaw
eve ry member of Congress and t the State Legislature:
mad or the Select or Common abr.-if of any City, or Comi
wassailer of any Incorporated m4trict. is by :my incaa
pple of holding or exercising t the time, the office 01 4
a poi ntruent of Judge, Inspe ter ~ r • Clerk of any elec.;
*ion of this Commonwealth. n tut at no udge, Inspector
or otberofficer of such election. sMill be eligible to be
thou voted for."
(And the said Act of Assembly. entitled "An Act - red
lating to Elections of this Comu.nlrealth," palleedinly
348:.19, further provides, an I; dhoes, to wit :
i"Ttuuche Inspectors end -Judges shall meet at thi
- respective places appointed t .r is hang the election in;
the District in which they:nay respectively belong, be'
fore 9 o'clock. OA the morning of the 2d Tuesday of Oc-:
' tuber. and each of said Inspect o: s shall appointoue Clerk
who shall he a qualified vote: of such District.
"Incase theperson who Al di have received the sec
ond highest number of‘votes for Inspector Shall not at
tend on the day of election, then the person who shall
have received the second highest number of votes for
Judge at the next preceeding election, shall act as In
spector in his place. And In case the person who hie
:received the highest number of votes for Inspector shall
not attend, 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 board
fur the space of one hour after the time fixed by law for
th e opening of-the election, the qualified voters 'of the
township , ward or district for which such officer shall
leave been elected, present at the time of election, shall
elect one of their number to fill the vacancy."
Particular attention is directed to the Act of Assembly•
passed the 27th day of February,lB49, entitled "An Act
relative' to voting at Elections in the Counties o
Adams; Dauphin, Yorit,Lance,ster,Franklin, Cumberland
DraffibrdiCentre, Greene and Erie," viz :
"e I. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Repe
sentatlves of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in
General Assembly met, and it is hereby enacted by the
authority of the same—that it shall be lawful for the
qualified votersof the counties, of Adams, D.tuphin, Lan•
caster, York, Franklin, Cumberland, Bradford, Centre,
Greene and Erie, from end after the passage of this Act,
to vote for all candidates for the various offices to be fill
ed 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,
of the Commonwealth.
• - e 2. That any fraud committed by any person voting
in the manner above prescribed, shall be punished as
similar-frauds are directed to be punished 'by the exist=
log laws of the Commonwealth."
For the intormetionef the electors of Franklin county
pub.ish the being the 4th section of the Act.
of the General Assembly of the session of 1851,-entitled,
" An Act to provide for the election of Judges of the
several Courts ol this Commonwealth, audit° regulate
certain Judicial Districts ; '—
" e 4. That the election for Judges shall be held and
Conducted in the several election Districts in the same •
manner in all respects as elections for Representatives
are or. shall be conducted, and by the same Judges, In-•
specters and officers, and the provisions of the Act of
the General Assembly, entitled, "An Act relating to the
elections of this Commonwealth. approved the 2d day of
Jn1y,1849, audits several supplements and all other like
law's as far surtise same shall be In force and applicable,
shall be deenied and taken to be the election of Judges:
Provided, That the aforesaid electors shall vote for
Judges of the Supreme Courtbn a seperate piece of pa
per and for all other Judges required to be learned iu
the late on another separate piece of paper.
-"It shall be the day of the several Assessors, respect
iveiy. to attend at the place of holding every General,
Special or Township election, during the whole- time
saidelection is keptropen, for the-purpose of giving la
formatien to the Inspectors and Judge, when called on,
in relation to the right of any 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 ttem, shall from time to time require.
"No person shell be permitted to vote at any election
naaforesaid, than irwhite freeman the ago of twenty
ODD years or more, wild shall have resided in the State at
least one year, and in the election-District where lie of
fees to-vote at least ten days, immediately proceeding
such election, and within two years have paid a State or
County tax which shall have been assessed at least ten
days before the election. lint a eitizen of the United
States, who has previously been,a qualified voter of this
State; and removed therefrom/ and returned, and who
shall have resided In the election District and paid taxes
iforesaidehall be entitled to vote after residing in this
State six months : Pruv,ided, That the white freemen,
citizens of -the United States between the ages of twenty
one and tweuty-two yearn, who-have resided in the elec.
tion District ten days as aforesaid, shall be entitled to
vote, although they shall not have paid taxes.
"Co person shall be permitted to vote whose name is
net-contained in the list of taxable inhabitants furnish.
ed by the Commissioners, unless; 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 hie oath or affirms.
tion,br the oath or affirmation of another, that ho hen
paid sueh a tax, or in failure to produce such a receipt,
shall make oath to the payment thereof: or, SeJond, if
ho claiin a right to vote by being an elector between the
ages of twenty-one and twenty-two yearly shall depose
on oath or aflirmation,lthat lie has resided in the State at
least one year next before application, and make his
each Proof of residence in the District as is reqinred by
this Act. and that he does verily, believe from the ste
mmas given him that hots of the age aforesaid, and
yi to such other evidence as Is required by this Act,
v hereupon thename of the person so admitted to vote
amill be inserted fn the alphabetical list, by the Inseee.
t. , .rs. mid a note made opposite thereto by writing the
sy,,rd otax" he shall be admitted to vote by reason of
having paid tax or the word "age" if he Shall be admit t.
ad to vote byres:won of alto, and in either` race the reason
of such vote shall be called out to the Clerks Who shall
wake the like note in the list of voter's kept by them.
"In encases where the name of the person claiming
to vote is n.t found on the list fore shed by this Catmints•
shiners or Asstnsors,,or his right to vote whether found
either by verbal iiroclamation thereto, or by any written
reon or sot, is objected to by any qualified citizen, it
; shall be the duty of the Inspectors twexamlne such per
sons an oath as to qualifications, and if he claims to have
resided within the State ftr one year or More, his oth
shall be sufficient proof the/eel. but shall make proof
by at least one competent witness; who shall be a quail
; tied elector,. that he has resided within the District for
more than ten days next immediately preceeding said
election, and shall alito himself swear that his bona fide
residence,in pursuance of hie lawful. pilling, is within
the District, and that he did not remove into the Said
District for the purpose of voting therein.
"Every person qualified as aforesaid, and who shall
Make tine proof, if required, of his residence and pay.
meat of taxes, as aforesaid, shall be ft/hunted tul•rote Itt
the township, ward or district in which he shall reside.
"If ony person shall prevent or attempt to prevent so
officer of the election tinder this act from holding such
election, or Me or threat-n any violence to any such of.
Fficer, or shall interrupt or improperly interfere with hint
• intim execution of his duty, shall block or attempt to
block up the window or avenue to any winder* where
the same may be holding, or shall riotously disturb the
peace of said election, or shall We or practice any intim
idation thrents,force or violence with thq design to' in
fluence, unduly or overaw any elector, or to prevent him
from voting, or to retain the freedom of choice, such per
son on conviction shall be fined in any sum not excebil
lag five hundred dollars and to he imprisoned for a time
not less than one or more than twelve months, and it it
shall he shown to the court where the trial of such of
fence shall be had, that the personee offending was not
a resident of the city, wardi district or township When,
the said offence was committed, and not entitled to vet
therein, then on conviction he shall be sentenced to pa;
a fine of not less than -one' hundred. or mote than on.
thousand dollars, and to be inaprisonednot less than sis
months nor more than two years. .
"If any person or persons, shall make any bet or wag, t
upon the result of any election within this Commoi)
mr ealth, or shall offer to make any such bet or wager, oi
printed advertisement, challenge or Invite ally person or
persons to make such bet or wager, upon conviction there
of, he or they shall forfeit and pay three times the
amount so offered total bet.
"If any person notby law qualified, shall fraudulently
Tote at an election 'in this Commonwealth, or' being
otherwise qualified shall vote out of his proper district.
or if any person knowing the want ofsitch a'qualification
shall aid or procure such person to - vote, the perion, on
conviction, shall be fined in any sum not exceeding two
hundred dollars and be imprisoned for any term not ex
ceeding three months. - '
"if any person shall vote 'at more -than one election
district, or otherwise fraudulently vote more than once
on the Mille day, or shall fraudulently fold and deliver to
the Inspector two tickets together, with the intent ille
gally to vote, or advise and procure another so ta-do, he
or they shallot conviction, be fined in any sum not lent
than fifty nor more than five hundred dollars, and be int.
pHsoned not less than three nor more than twelve
• months. - 1
"If any person not qualified to vote in this Ccmmon
wealth, agreeably to law (except the sons of qualified
citizens) shall appear at, any place of election for the
purpose of issuing tickets or of influencing the Citizens
qualified to vote, he shall, on conviction, forfeit and pay
any sum not exceeding one hundred dollars for every
such offence, and be imprisoned for any term not ex
ceeding twelve months."
Agreeably to the.provisious of the sixty-first section of
said act, "Every General and Special Election .shall - be
open between the hours of eight and ten in the forenden.
and shal i Continue open until seven o'clock in the even
ing, when the polls shall be closed."
Pursuant to the provisions contained In the seventy
sixth section of the act first aforesaid, the judges of the
afore:U.l districts shall respect'vely take charge, of tht;
certificate of return of the election of their l espective
districts, and produce 'them at a meeting of ne judge
from each district, at the Borough of Chambershurg, on
the thirdday after the election, being for the present
year ON FRIDAY, THE I.6TITDAY OF OCTOBER NEXT,
then and there to do and perform the duties required by
law of said judges. I
Also—That where a judge by sickness or unavoidable
accident, is unable to attend such a meeting of judges,
then the certificate or return aforesad fl • ail be taken
charge of by one of theinspectors or Clerks of the elec
tion of said district, who shall do and perform gr. duties
required of the said Judges unable to attend. I
Given under my hand and seal at Chainbersburg, this
31st day of August, 1563. SAMUEL BRANBT,
Sheriff's Office,Chamb'g. Sheriff:
The annual opening of Fayetteville Academy will
take place on Wednesday, September 2th, under the charge
of Mr. A. E. SWUM= and Miss, E. F. Swrsrax,, of New
This Institution is incoiporated and located in the via
age of Fayetteville, Franklin County, Pa., six miles from
Chambersburg in a healthy part of the country and with
magnificent Mountain scenery around it.
It is the design of the Institution and will be the con
stant aim of the teachers to impart pracitica/ ; thorough
nose in all branches of instruction.
The school year is divided into two sessions fof twenty
weeks each. The Fall seesionbegias the &mond Wednesday
in September and closes the foul h Tuesday in January.
with a vacation of one "week at Christmas. The Spring
seision begins the first Wednesd.y in February and closes
the 23d of June.
For Emlish branches ' ' • S. 800
Sciences and Higher Mathematics • 12 00
For classical studies I. 15 00
Music on Piano' - 20 00
Drawing and pencelling ' - 400
Boarding from $2 00 to $2 25 per week. I
For further particulars address either the 'Principal or
Mr. J. B.Cook, Fayetteville. ' • 1
RE F ERBNCES.—Rev.Mr. Deattich, E. Hartzel, M.D..
Mr. John W . Barr, or Mr. Robert Black. I
ang 26 I
FOR YOUNG -LADIES.-4-The fall smith' has 'cotif
nienced, but boarders tan enter at any time Land will bs
charged accordingly. There is room for twothore hoar
ders only. Day-scbolais, entering the firstl or second
week in October, will,becharged for four-fifths of a ses
sion. Those who cornnience shortly may not he too late
for the new studies of the session. A large attendance.
both in the primary -and academical departnients, give+
evidence of aninterest in the school not surpassed in
any former period. Miss S. il.Curtis, assistant in the
higher department, bears testimonials of her eminent
fitness to instruct in the higher branches, froth aSeminiii - y
in the West, where she taught for several !years. The
primary department is chiefly under the care of Mis 4
C. B. Moxey, the effects of whose energy and eMciency
appear in the flourishing condition of the department.
Miss Z. C. De Purest Is well known as an able and expe
rienced teacher of music. '
TUITION.-From $8 to VS per session of five rricntb,
TEACHERS FURNISHED.—SchooIs and families in
need of teachers, can hear. of young ladies well qualified,
chiefly graduates of the institution, by addressing °
sep 30-tt.] Rev. HENRY REEVES Principal.
C HAMS SBURG ACADEMY: r--:
R FITTED AND REORGANIZED.
ill open its fill erm on Monday, - September Tilt.
Large additions have een made to its alrcody extensiv e
apparatus, a full abd e lent corps of teachers has been
employed and no pains o expense spared tii render ours
one of the first institution of learning in the country.
Particular attention paid Teachers and young men
preparing for College. -
A Primary Department for ttle Boys and Girls will
be opened in the Emden* , under charge of Miss Sch i rely,
in which the elements of Spelling, Reading, W_riting.
Arithmetic, Geography and Granular will be thoroughly
taught. Tuition in this department, $3 per (limier.
For further particulars send for circular, or apply - to
J. R. Rxxxxr, Principal. *,
A.ovEnvrEtn, A. R, Latin and R. English.
A. M. Taiwan, Commercial Department.
Miss Rai. SIUVELT ' Music, Drawing and - Principal of
Primary Department. . . _
Charnbershurg, aug. 12, '63%
pato, tap anb ,furs.,
FANCY FURS ! FANCY FURS ! !
JOIIN FAREIRA, ;
118 Arch Si., below Bth south Side; Phild'a.
Importer. Manufacturer of and Dealer in all kinds ej
FANCY FURS 1 for Ladiee and Chi/drett's Wear.
I wish to return my thanks to my friends of Franklin
and the surrounding Counties, for their very liberal pat=
rollage axteuded to me dnrinrthe last few years, and
would say to them that I now have in store, of my orn
Importation and Manufacture a very extensive assort
ment of All the different kinds and qualities of FAN' Y
FURS.for Ladles and Children, that will be worn during
the Fall and Winter seasons. -
Being the direct Importer of all rny Fairs from Europe,
and having them all Manufactured under , tnyown super
vision—enables me to offer my customers and the public
a much handsomer Set of Furs ,for the same money ;
Idles plea,o'give me a call before purchasing f Pleuso
remember the name, number and street'
JOHN .PARERIA, '
sept 9-5 m - No. 718 Arch St.:Philadelphia.
.W TATS, CAPS AND ! STRAW
Goons. lam now prepared to ftwnleh my cue
teiners with all the new styles of Bate, Cape and Straw
6, 4ds, wi11.% I will sqli low. . 1 . L.pEctißß•
4 doors South of ,flyster &Tiro.
YEW STOCK of STEAW.GOODS
at old prices. at •
QOPT HATS a all colors, -styles,
gud quallties,frorn tray cents up, call and _get bar
g.tinfi at .DECHERT'S.
hTMPLEMENT§.—DeaIeis and - Man.
ithiturers of Apieulttiral and other Implements
can tenth a large cin. or %satiable customer by abyss
sisal FitANKIIS REPOSITO/IY.
ebt franifit Repositotn, ilfambasburgt
PEOPLE OF FRANKLIN COUNTY,
who have LOST MONEY bv:the
and to all others who desire to
MAKE ANO SAVE MONEY
,• :Wholesale and Retail t
has just returned (torn the tad and opeNd the loilow-
log list of FRESH NIE RellAS DISE, which he proposes
WHOLESALE A„ND RETAIL; -
CHEAPER THAN THE CHEPEST:
100 Barrels Brown Sugar.
10 " White "
'0 " Sirups and Molasses.
1000 lbs. choice Hams.
'OOO " Sides and Shoulders. -
100 Bags G. A. Salt;
Bags Ashton Fine Salt;
1000 Sacks Table or Dairy
50 Boxes Prime Cheese; '
25 gross Essence Coffee ;
1.500 tbs. Excelsior Coffee. •
50 'ibis. No.l, 2 and 3, Mackerel
100 boxes Scotch Herring.
50 doz. Twine and Ber Cords. • -
100 Dozens Corn Brooms ; _
.75 Dozens Assorted Brushes;
50,000 Segura at Manufacturert' Prices;
100 kegs of Nails.
50 dozen Curry-Combs and Horse Cards.
100 gross Matches at factory prices;
•200 dm Mason's 'shoe Blacking at factory prices;
500 doz. packed Smoking Tobacco.
25 gross Stove
25 gross Indigo in boxes. •
100 IDs. Indigo ta lump.
100 dots Vint aid belt pint 'Flasks at Factory prises
25 " Wine Bottles.
100-" Fanii Soaps•
• • •
by the barrel, '
PAINTED DUCK E'TS, by the dozen,
GRDUND and UNGROUND SPICES, at wholeiale
110USERFARING ART 'OLE.%
NOTIONS, &c, &c.,
In great variety.
- TOBACCO OF ALL KINDS,
from 5 lbs. to a box, st City prices, together with bun.
dreds of articles not named. all of which will be politely
shown to customers, and if not satisfied after examine.
lion, that , •
IltS STOCK IS THE LARGEST IN THE TOWN
AND HIS PRICES THE LOWE4I.
he will not expect to make sales.
I am determined to sell goods very cheap and thereby
sell the more of them.
The special attention of country merchants is incited
to this stock of tnerch tndize. a I can and will sell goods
as low as any - Jobbing house in the city. .
On all articles I can do as well, and on ninny articles
better, than a single barrel, box, Package or dozen
could be bop: , ,litTor in the city.
K EROSENE OIL.
WILLIAM OELIVICH S.
wnotesale and retail GROCER. on the llhemnnd, Cham •
burg, l'a., lute been appointed Agent for Franklin t.ounty
of une of the beat E ROSEN E OIL COMPANIES in the
Stole. and will sell SAIL, IFIII)LESAL.P. AND iehmta,
as luw any llou•e in Pittebtarg or Philadelphia :Look
to your intereet and tiny your OIL where you get it the
Cheapest, and where it is always Narrinted to be thd
very first quality. [July 29,'63.tf.
THE OLDEST HOUSE in TOWN,
AS A HOUSE OR DRUG STORE,
IS MILLET. & HENSIIET'S,
On the Northwest Corner of the Diamond
WHERE CAN BE HAD,
CHEAP FOR CASH,
Everything, and more than le 'tinnily kept to Drug
All Regular Drngi,
Murray'a Camphorated Cordial,
t Will cure Diarrhea,
Corrit.thr, Certain Remedies,
' Rheumatic Linintentc,
The Infant's Protector
And Mother's Friend,
Woz rn gyrnps,
Cod Lttre - r Oils, '
Fluid Extrutliurbu t
Lindsay's ,Illood Searcher,
S trgapatilla Syrup 4.
And all other Standard Preparations of the
None Others Kept at thin House
So tee, about forty kinds;
PERMIERT. the best of rtll kinds;
Ilona/ and CATTLE POMMES% that can ha rolled on;
KEMOSPZIMOIL and I,,Amem, and
IitILOSIME LAMP Cnrvizirn
TIT AT WILL NOT BR,EAE,
---MILLER Sc RENSREY'S,
:Tn no 17, 'll3.
.ENNEDY'S Medical, Discovery, -
I`` eyor's Sarsaparilla,
Seine's Cod Liver Oil,
Lindsay's Blood Searcher,
. • Stover's Bitters,
Hostetter's Stomach Bitters,
Brown's Essence of Jamaica Ginger,
aclmbold's Extract 'Bitch%
.Badway's afedicines '
• Spalding's Throat Confections
- Browne Troches,
and other reliable 31edicines at ' SPANGLEWS.
• WHOLESALE GROCER, AND
I!RODITCE COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 703 11ARKK' & tic , . 2 NORTH 7th ST., PIULADA.
Invites the attention of merchants to ids large and well
imparted stock of Sugars, Symms, Teas, and Coffees all of
which will lie sold at lowest market rates. Country
inverts and sellers will find it to their advantage to give
him a call.
Price currents containing all the varieties of the mar
ket to be had of S. S. SaRYOCK, Chaxaberabirg.
000. 2 8 -
WESTERN HOTEL, West Market
St., bear the Bridge, Chambersburg, Ea.
Thu subscriber would respectfully inform the Travel
ing community that he has pnrchwied and taken waste
sion of this Hotel. H e hopes to make it one of the moat
desirable - places' for grangers and others to stop at that
can be found in any country town.
1313 TABLE will at all times be spread with - the lux
uries and substantiate of the season. -
1113 CHAMBERS are large, well ventilated, and fitted
up In modern style.
- HIS BAlt will be well supplied with a large and choice
selection of the Very best liquors.
/115 STABLE. will always be provided with good
wholesome provender for stock, and attended by careful
No pains will be spared to render etitlre satisfaction tc
all his guests; and pleding himself to endeavor to please
all, he solicits a liberal ahare of the public patronage.
June 17,!tii1. JOHN MILLER.
TINTON HOTEL.—This H:otel is
u situated on the corner of Main and Queen Streets,
near the Diamond. in the Borough of Chambersburg,Fa.
The undersigned respectfully announces to the travel
ing public that this Hotel has been remedied. It has
been raised to THREE STORIES in height. A fine
three story Back Building Lem been added to it, giving
an immenco amount of room for the accommodation of
the public generally. The rooms are large - and comfort
able, numbering in all, thirty-five. They are all well
furnished with 600 D NEW FURNITURE. Persons
stopping at this Hotel can have either double or single
rooms, with or without fire in them. The Table is al
ways supplied with the BEcT IN THE MARKIN, and
will seat over:1001) 4311 mm
The Bar is filled with the CHOICEST LIQUORS. The
Stable is two.stories, of the most modern style, and the
best in the Borough ofChambessliiirg.
June 17.'63. JOHN FISHER .Proprietor.
FRANKLIN HOTEL— West side of
the Public Square, Charnbersburg, Pa.
The subscriber wawa respectfully inform the Travel
ing Community that he has leased and taken possession
of this Commodious ilotel. 'lle hopes to make it one of
tho most desirable places' for strangers and others to
stop that can be timid in any country town.
HIS TABLE will at all times be spread with the lux
uries and subs tantiais of the season.
HIS CHAMBERS are large, well ventilated, and fitted
up in modern style. -
HIS BAR will be well supplied with a large and choice
selectfou of the very best 'Liquors.
TITS STABLE will always be provlded with good,
wholesome provender for stock, and attended by careful
No pains will be spared to render entire satidaction to
all his.guest ; and pledging himself to endeavor to please
ell, he ti.dirit. a liberal share of the public patronage.
Tune 17. '63. • DANIEL TROTLB.
WHITE SWAN HOTEL,- Cham
bersburg, Pa.-7411mm Orem. Proprietor.
Having purchased this well-known Hotel, (lon g known
as Miller's. and recently as Welst &Groves.) the Prvprh.
etor pledges himself that no pain's shall be spared to
minister to the wants of his guests.
The charartor heretofore sustained by the House as a
comfortable Hdine for the S4Journer, shall not suffer in
my hands if a constant effort to please and accommodate
will sustain it.' The proprietor, therefore, solicits a
continuance of the liberal patronage heret, fore extend
ed to the" White •
In addition to large Stabling, he has TWO LOTS and
a pair of Her and STOC% &i1..E8 for the acconnnodation
of Drovers and Butchers.
June 17.1863 _ MICHAEL-4 ROTE.
WELLLS COVECLY. DkVID n HY 1C111SQ:V.
COVERLY & HUTCHISON
Dave become the Proprietors of the UNITED.
STATE 110 TEL, near the Railroad Depot at HARRIS
BURG, Pa. This-popular and commodious hotel has
been newly refitted and fgrnitthed thraugnont its par
lors end chambers, and is now ready for the reception
The travelling public will find the United States Hotel
the most convenient, in all particulars, of any Hotel in
the State Capital, on account of its access to the rail
road. being immediately between the two great depots
in this city. illawasmmo, Jun e 17, '63-tf.
lyZ. Waynesboro' Record, Mereersbnrs• Journal, and
Greencastle PiL,t, copy, 3m., and charge Repository.
QPECIAL - NOTICE. .
THE PROPRIETORS OF THE
Revectfulty ca:i the attention of Business Men and the
t. aveling community, to the superior accommodation and
comfort uttered iu their establishment.
aug. 26-3 m K &NAGA, FOWLER &
INDIAN QUEEN HOTEL, Main
Stretr, Chambersburg, Pa. JOHN W. 4 TAYLOR,
Proprietor. Fine accommodations and low charges.
.11. Stock Yards and Scout are connected with the
premises for the convenience of Drovers. Also—Exten
sive stabling and yards fur Horses and Carriages.
June li, '63.
Dip anb ,fanrk Gooto.
FROM AvEir YORK AUCTIONS!
CORNER OF MAIN AND QUEEN STREETS.
New style Mosambiques,
Diana clime Plaid,
Twil'ed Mosambiques for travelling dresses, -
Superior Muslin Delainos in colors,
Colored Lawns anti Crape de Pany,
Black Silk, superior quality.
Superior nyons Itadzetner Silks, (sublime quality.)
A large lot of Linen Cumbr9e Hanakerchiefs,
A large lot of Irish Linen,
JaConed Collars, new style, ,
500 Dozens ',lanes, Misses and Men's Cotton nose;
White Linen anti Cotton Duck,
Superior French Doeskin;
talperior solid color Nautili° Fig Silks,
Slip-nor Grey Leonorna,
Superb Grey Poplin,
Bett quality Grey Leonoram,
silk Neck Ties and Coils's.
Ladies and Misses' Fillet Mitts;
Singel: Ladies and Meng' Cld (novel',
Handsome New style Prints and Ginghams.
• 1 - CARPETS.
Brussels, VelVet.Three-ply(superior fine)and commor
Four-four llve-four Cocoa and Canton Matting,
4-4 6-4 0-4 b-110-4 Floor Oil Cloths,
Superior Bolting Cloths,
M. A. JONES'
' CELEBRATED ‘, NE PlAni 'ULTRA" SKIRI,
BOLD ONLY Al' -
No. 17 NORTH Bth St., PHILADELPHIA.
Skirts of all lengths, and any size waist made to order,
and satisfaction guarranteed.
Ladies, Masses and Children's Skirts of every elite and
shape, constantly on hand.
-Every Stria warranted for Six Months.
READ"HOW WE DO BUSINESS.
We do not make any cheap skirts in the common accp
tatlon of the term, but we make, •
THE CHEAPEST SKIRTS MADE, •
because we make
THE BEST AND DEFY COMPETITION,
We warrant every skirt we sell to be exactly as rep
resented. We notice all we sell, and knowing how they
are mule we guarantee them with full confidence. If
we sena had et irt see will exchange it for a new one, and
if they get out of order or break within six months, we
will repair theta free of Charge.
We menu to give our customers full satisfaction, but
we cannot do sienna compete with the low priced auction
goods. Wedopeud entirely upon the superiority of the
goods we offer, and the fairness of our method of 'doing
Orders left 't :ieryock's Book Store.
DIRECTIONS FOR MEASUREMENT.
Take the exact size of the waist, without any allow
ance. The exact length required and the size around
the bottom spring. 'Also if the skirt is to be large,
small, or medium size at the top, and whether a trait or
plain round skirt. M. A. JONES,
Nol7 North Bth St., Philadelphia.
aug 19-tf - Over the Wax figure.
MILLINERY AND STRAW GOODS
Ihave the pleasure of informing my customers and
the public generally that I have now on hand a full
stuck of PALL and WINTIMGOODS, including FRENCH
PATTERN BONNETS, ILIBBONO, SILKS, VELVETS,
LACES, 'FRENCH and AMERICAN FIAWERS,FRATII,
'Also--STRAW, BEAVER and FELT HATS and Dori
nets of the latest styles and designs.
WILLIAM BRUSEH, •
sent 16.2 m No. 218 Arch ISt., Philadelphia.
l HE PUBLIC ARE INFORMED
that we have received our Bret supply of PALL
au 'MENTES, GOODS which we offer as low as the mar
ket will afford. We intend ' during
.the continuance of
the war excitement along our border to replenieh our
stock once a mouth, sell cheap as heretofore arid thus
offer inducements to all who want any thing In our line
to patrorifse us unsurpassedby any other house in the
State. Oar assortment comprises every thing in the Dry
Goods line. Millinery take riotice that we are now pre
pared to sell Pall and - and Winter Milliner at Phila
delphia prime. - jeep 80-St] J. HOSE 4 O.
_LI A HIGHLY CONCENTRATED VEGETA
BLE EXTRACT. A PURE VNIC.
Da. HOOPLANYS GERMAN BITTERS,
Ms. C. M. Jackson, Philadelphia, Pa.,
Will effectually cure
LIVER COMPLAINT, ;DYSI'EPSIA,
JAUNDICE, CHRONIC OiNERVOL`t3
Diseases of the Kidneys, and all diseases arising
from-a disordered Liver or Stomach.
Such as Constipation, Inward Piles, Fullness or
Blood to the lioad. 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.Swituming
of the head, Hurried and Difficult Breathing, Flut
tering at the Heart, Choking or Suffocating ,Sensa
tions when in a lying' posture. Dimness of Vision.
Dots or Webs before the Sight, Feverainl Dull Pain
in the Head; Deficiency nf Perspiration. Ye Ildwn ess
of the Skin and Eyes. Pain in the Side. Bank: Chest,
Limbs, &c., Sudden Flushes of Heat, Burning in the
Flesh, Constant Imaginings of Evil, and great Do-
Pression of Sp i rit s. -
And will positively prevent clime Fever.• Bilious
Fever, &o. They contain no ALCOHOL Ott BAD
WHISKEY ! They will cure the above diseases in
ninety-nine cases out of a hundred.
Induced by the extensivusale and universal Pop
ularity of Hoofiand's German Bitters (purely vege
table), hosts of ignorant - Quacks and unScrupulons
adventurers have opentd upon suffering humanity
the flood-gates of Nostrums. in the shape of poor
whiskey. vilely compounded with injurious drugs:
and christened Tonics. Stontacliies and Bitters.
Beware of 'the innumerable array of Alcoholic
preparations in plethoric bottles , and big-bellied
kegs, under the modest appellation of Bitters.which
instead of curing, only aggravate disease, and leave
the disappointed sufferer in despair.'.
HOOFLAND'S 'GERMAN BITTERS!
Ara not a new and untried article,hut have stood
the test of fifteen years' trial by the American pub
lic; and their reputation and sale are not rivalled
*byiany similar preparation.
The proprietors have thousands of Letters from
the most eminent CLERGYMEN. LAWYERS,
PHYSICIANS AND CITIZENS. testifyingof their
own personal knowledge to the beneficial effects and
medical virtues of these Bitters.
Do you ?rant aomethinft to strengthen punt
Do you want a (mod appetite? "
Do you. leant to build up your Conatitution
Do you :want to feel well 1
Do you 'trout to get rid of Nervousness?
Do you want Energy!
Do you wont to sleep well ?
Do you want a brisk and vigorous feeling
If you do, use ,
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN -BITTERS
From Rev. J. Newton Brown, D. D., Editor of the
Encyclopedia of Religion* Knowledge.
Although not disposed to favonor recommend Pa
tent Medicines in general, through distrust of their.
ingredients and effects, I Yet know of no sufficient
reasons why a man may not testify to the benefits ho
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 lloofland's
German Bitters. prepared by Dr. C. M. Jackson, of
this city, because I was prejudiced against them for
marry years, under the impression that they were
chiefly an alcoholic mixture. lam indebted to my
friend, Robert Shoemaker, Esq., for the removal of,
this prejudice by proper tests, and formiicourage"
merit to try them, when suffering from great and
long continued debility. The use of three bottlesof
these Bitters, at the beginning of the present year;
was followed by evident relief, and restoration to a
degree of bodily and mental vigor which I had not
felt for six months before, and had almost despaired
of regaining. I therefore thank God and my friend
for directing tue to the use of them.
J. NEWTON BROWN.
Philadelphia, June 2,1861.
There are many Prefidrations sold under the name
of Bitters, put up 'in quart bottles, compounded of the
cheapest whiskey or common rum s costing from 20 to
40 cents per gallon,,the taste disguised by Aitise or Co
This class of Bitters has caused and will continue
to cause, as long as they can be sold, hundreds to die
the death of the drunkard. Bp their use the system
is kept continually under the influence of Alcoholic
Stimulants of the worst kind, the desire for Liquor is
created and kept up. and the result is all the horrors
attendant upon a drunkard's li fe and death.
For; those who desire and if ILL HAVE a Liquor
Bitters, ire publish the following receipt. Get ONE
BOTTLE .11001LA.11 LIS GERIIAN BITTERS
and mix with THREE QUARTS OP GOOD BRAN
DY OR WHISKEY. and the result wilt be a prepa
ration- that will far excel in medicinal virtues - and
true excellence any of the numerous Liquor Bittersin
the market, and wil f cost much less. You will have
all the virtues of .1100FLAND'S BITTERS in con
nection with a good article of Liquor. at Unich less
price than these. inferior piteparations will 81 you.
AND THE =FRIENDS OF SOLDIERS !
We call the attention of all having relations or'
friends in the army to the fact that "Hooiland's
German Bitters" will curenine-tenths Of the disea
ses induced by exposures and privations incident to
camp life. In the lists published almost daily in the
newspapers, on 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 Hootland's German Bitters. Diseases
resulting from disorders of the digestive organs are
speedily removed. We have no .hesitation in sta
ting that, if these Bitters were freely used among
our soldiers ; hundreds of lives - might be saved that
will otherwise be lost.
- We call particular attention to the following re-
Markable:and well authenticated cure of one of the
nation's hero's. whose life, to use his own language,
" has been saved by the Bitters :"
PHILADELPHIA.. Auguit 23,136'2.
Messrs. Jones & Evons.—WelL gentlemen' your
Hoeiland's German Bitters has saved my life. There
is ifo mistake in this, It is couched fot by numbers
of my comrades, some of whose names are append
ed, and who were fully cognizant of all the circum
stances ofmy case t I am, and have been for the last
four years, a member of Sherman's celebrated, Bat
tery, and under the immediate command of Capt.
R. B. Ayres. Through the exposure attendant up
on my arduous duties, I was attacked in _November
last with inflammation of the lungs, and wai- fur 72
days in the hospital. This was followed by great
debility, heightened by an attack'df dysentery. I
was then removed from the White House. and sent
to this city on board the steamer " State of Maine,"
from which I landed 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 did force a , morseldown, it was immediate
ly thrown up again.
I could not even keep a glass of water on my sto
mach. Life could not last under theie eircumstan
eas, and, accordingly, the physieians.*lna had been
working faithfully, though unsuccessfully, to rescue
me from the grasp of the dread Archer, frankly told
me they could do - rio *more' for me, and, advised me
to see a clergyman, and to make such disposition of
my limited funds as best suited me. An acquaint
ance who visited me at the hospital, Mr. Frederick
Stoinbron, of Sixth below. Arch Street, advised me,
as a forlorn holed; to try your Bitters.tand kindly
procured a bottle, From the time I commenced ta
ltingthem the gloomy shadow of death receded. and
I am now, thank God for it. getting better. Though
I have taken but two bottles, 1 have gained ten
Pounds, and I feel sanguine of being permitted to
rejoin my wife and daughter, from whom I have
heard nothing for eighteen months :, for, gentlemen
I am'a loyal Virginian. from the vicinity of Front
Royal. To your invaluable Bitters I owe the cer
tainty of life which has taken the place of vague
fears—to your Bitters will I owe the privilege of
again clasping to my bosom those Who are dearest
to me in life.
Very truly yours, ISAAC MALONE.
We fully concur in the truth of the above state.
went, as we had despaired of seeing our comrade,
Mr. Malone, restored to health,
JOHN CUDDLEBACR, Ist New York Battery.
GEO. A. ACKLEY Co. C,llth Maine.
LEWIS CHEVALIER, 92d New York.
L. E. SPENCER. Ist Art., Batt. F.
J. B. FASEWELL, Co. B. 3d Vermont.
HENRY B. JEROME, Co. B,
HENRY T. McDONALD, Co. C. 6th Maine.
JOHN F. WARD. Co. E.6tli Maine. •
HERMAN KOCH. Co. H,• 72d N. Y.
NAT, B. THOMAS, Co. F, 95th Pa.
A. J. KIMBALL. Co. A, 3dVermont.
JOHN JENKINS, Co, B. 196th Pa.
See that the signature of "C. M. JACKSON."
is on the WRAPPER of eachbottlo.
`PRICE PER BOTTLE, 75 CTS r .
OR HALF DOZ. FOR $4.00.
Should your nearest druggist not have the article,
do not be put off by any of the intoxicating prepara
tions that may bo offered in its place, but send to as,
and we will forward, securely paoked, by express.
PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND MANUFACTQWZ,
No. 631 Anon li7IVERT.
JONES & EVANS,
(Successors to O. M. Jackson A Co.).
FOR SALE by Druggists . and Dealers in every
town in the 'United States. = (June 17
etairs, (Satinet-4Elm, kr.
DAVID M. BIKER, 'UNDERTA
KER, SECOND STREET. BETWEEN .111.4 R
.ILET, AND QUEEN, ,CRA MOE sarno, PA4 at
tends to the business to 311 its various Menthes. Par
ticular attention paid 'to Laying out. Dressings ic.
Having the advantage of a large custotmand of ballag
his stock cheap for cash, he can tarnish
COFFINS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, -
at lower rate! than any other establishment in town or
connti. ile dues not as a Cb.iir Maker offer his services,
butas an LUdertakeV etififirell V r a r l' eePerienee inthe
business. Perevis requiring the services of an Under
taker for their families or friends, would - find it maim*
ally to their advantage to giro him a call. -
He i 5 aig C . Prepared to preserve bodies dnring - the sum
mer months. any length of time. Di nag purchased thee
eaclusiveright to use
Sniden's improrcii Methocinf Cozering ecffinsk
he fs thereby - enabled t, furnish a 13tacx Carxitrnuorrix
at an exceedingly tuw rate. And .alse haring irnew end
elegant HEAILikI. he is prepared to tanilab Coffins to
any part of the county de.ired, He is Ag.•nt fur '
' FISK'S .PATENT METALLIC 11CIIIAL CASES.
Order* during his Militate or at night ehatild be lett sit.
his residence, Wes: 11.trket Street, oppreiite DlilieYrr
Hotel. - pone 3,1', 1563.
- VEIT CABINET-IVARE P.00:1118-
1.1 The ituderelgned respectful y ammoncrs to the
citiznis of Chambeielterg and vico,ity,tndt he hols take n
the Rooms Immetliittetyucljoioing the office of Dr. S. 11 1411-
11 ero tt ,on Maihiareet, where he iuteude to maiafectitte.
-every discriptlon (If
Sneb - Parlor Tables, emlliZtOla DUrtater.
11 ardiones 'Breakfast do, Dressing do:
new ' Lining do. - Safe*. slnks, : -
Lounges Book Casee, 11 ash Statute,
RockirigCbairs, Secretaries, Bedsteads, is.
Fine Par. do. Clothes Horse, riew atyln. -
All work constructed by bin is . warranted, &via- the
fitted Sofa arra to tbo most common work.
Particular attention will he Oren to the ntalttax et
Cidlins of any desired style—Cloth. Walnut or Cherry,
LOI-Retnenaber, wizen yon buy your Furnitare- ftfxr
DATID W. 011USSMAN, you ore getting the lattelt MPS
and the beet of work.
"June 17, DAVID W. GitogablleN.
!HAITI AND CABINET MANIT
PACTORT.—The subscriber. Informs the pahlia
that he continues the mannhictnte of that:trial's artifice
iu hisline, at his factory upon Wrat Queen Street.a few
doors from Main. Ele has always on hand or is pi epareil
to manufacture upon the shortest notice. Cane Ilottnto
and Windsor Chairs. with Plain aFdCtiirtain Bedsteads,
Pier and Card Tables, Bureaus, Wash Stands null Book
TURNING, in all its varieties. attended to with prompt
nets and despatch. ROUSE PAINTING, in all Ite
branchis. exe rated by competent bands.
PAPER - HANGING —Particular attention wilt_tee
given to this department and satisfaction in oven In
stance guaranteed. •
• Raving employed a sufficient number of competent
hands, the undersigned feels assured of being enabled te, ,
fill all orders in a vorkmardike manner, and respetfully
solicits the same. W. A. 11A2LIAT.
01-1111 AP CHAIR AND CABINET
SPARK-1100318.--JOR/Al7 SCI7OI'IEIO. (Sue
,cesso, to Jobs Cm.) MANUFACTURER 03 CnAIRS
and CABINET-WANE, Main 16tret-t, three (liana South
of Umber & Tolbert's Hardware store, Chantberstatrg.
FURNITURE AF ALL RINDS,
Always on bond, or made to order. Venitinn Minds
manufactured-as neatly and cheaply es city work.
HOUSE and SIGN PAINTING and YA HANGING
done neatly, expeditiously and ebenp, in Town or
44- Repairing of all kinds, in their line of Waviness.
promptirattendedlo, at moderate prices. -
Efliattbes ' anb 2eXteltp.
QALISBURY BROS. & CO.;
IVO. 37 DOR RA NCB 37'REET, and
67 WEYBaSSET STREET,
PROVIDENCE, E. L,
'Proprietors of one of the most extensive JEWELRY
- Ens term States, •
Bqi to eon the attention V the community generally tr?
, • the very •
* , SURPRISING CHEAP RATE -
At which they are offering their Goods'.
Both Foreign and Domestic Mannfnctnres in point of
Elegance and Real Dun&lity
For VIITEEII Dom Ans, we forward, nicely carded and
packed in good order. the following enormous *entit
of.) ewelry, equal hi finish to any Plated Gold. and not .
to be recognized from Gold only by the trying of acids:'
4 Set Enamel Test Chains; 2 Plain Florenthia Pins;
Rings to match; 2 Twist Wire Pins; 4 tar
Binge to match: 2 Plain Pins - '
4 Las Rings to
match: 25 Ladies ' Rings, Double Heart and
a variety 'of patterns; 50 Union Rm.. ,
Memo ; 50 Scarf Pins. Plain and
Imitation Coral; 2 Double-
- Glass Locket - 1 , . - engine- -
turned; 6 Box
Mass Pins for portrait or hair; 72 Assorted Zocket;
• • Heart and Shell Charms, and 8 Band Brace•
lets.—all for Fifteen Dollars. A
collection of this kind. 'when
placed in the hands of any -'„,
one of ordinary in , .
Ought to retail for at least One Hundred .Dollars
Catalogues, containing full information and Prices of
Goods, can be obtained upon amine:awn. .
.Orders by Mail, Telegraph. or Express, respect.
SALISBURY BROS. k
37 Donates A 67 Weybonset Ste.,
PBOVIDICSCI, it. I
E. ATJ : GIIINBAUGH '8
. - CLOCK, WATbII AND
MAIN STREET, ADJOINING THE 'POST OFFICE,
Chambers burg, - Penna. - _
The - undersigned would respectfully coil attention _to
his present stock cousisting of
Gold mid Silver of American and European Mannketure
- of all qualities and styles and nt the lowest prices.
In great variety. Parlor, Mantel, Office, tc., Le.
The newest and most-desirable Styles of Onyx, Coral and
Pearl, Gold Chains, Brheelets. Finger , Ringe. Gold
Thimbles, :Geer') Buttons, Necklaces, Armlets,
Masonic & Odd Fellow s Ili east Pins, &c.. At.
MOURNING AND JET JEWELRY.
A splendid stock and newest 71,4,
SILVER AND-PLATED WARE.
Consisting of Tea Sets. Casters : MnMi. Sii"oons, Forks, &c.
From the best and most celebrated manufactories.
-FANCY GOODS. -
A 'very lerib'and attractive stock.
etin.r.aty AND POCKET ENIV ea*.
Rodgers shperior Pen Knives of different qualities
(lOLl$, SILVER AND ;ABEL SPECTACLES.,
The long experience of the iinderslgueii in the selection
and adaptation of Glasses, enabltv him to suit them to
any sight. , -
At no timehaye the people of this county had a more
attractive and extensive Stock to select from then is now
presented' at the -establishment of the andersignetk
Every article is new and of the latest styie awn will be
sold at the very loWpat price.' An examination is solicit
ed before pcuthaelng elsewhere. -
Xi' Repairing done at the shortest notice by compe
tent and skilful workmen.
sept 23] Rd door South of Post Mice, Chamb'g,
- lAT ATCHES, JEWELRY .
The undersigned . wonld respectfully invite your atten
tion to his well selected stock of Fine Hold and Silver
WATCHES, Fine GoId•JEWELItT, oVeveay kind and
variety of styles—comprising-all of the newest and moat
beautijut designs. • -
Also; SCUD F.1LT9.8-WARE, count to Coin—and the
best make of Siker-Plated Ware. Each article la war•
ranted to 14 as represented.
Air Watches and Jewoiry carefully repaired and sat
isfaction guaranteed. ' JACOB HABLET, •
(Successor to Stauffer Harley,)
N 0.4322 Market street, Philadelphia..
'No. 520 ARCH STREET, PrITIADELPHiA,
- hosalwayaa largeatoek of - L.
WATCHES; for Ladies and Gdntlemen—in Gold and
FINE JEWEL/li, of the moat fashionable styles. =
SOLID STESEZWARE, in great variety, and
ROGER'S Superb# Plated, Spoons, Pork', etc., etc.