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KLIS , - -
- CLOTHING EMPORIUM.
NEWEST - STYLES.
LARGEVr STUCK—CHEAPEST PRICE.
The under.dgned can assure
- the Public, Stud deli es,sue
armsful contradiction, that Ids recent purchfuses In the
z,,„ i tire rtties enables Iran to ref one of the largest and
most attractive IftoelC ,, i" . -
- o w * Full and ll'inter - Srasue of 18884 to he found
i n a ny 4itnibir estiddiatment in this section. Every va
Ns& is the ieya best etyle , WWl at the lowest prices,
GINNTLESIEN'S NURNLSItING GOODS,
'Back as Shirts. Drawers: Collars. .Crivrata, Neck Tip:,
Woulkorrhiefa Sze, ic. Special attention la called to
.tlite Department. ' , ;
cusibmluts' 0111"11128. . ..
tironld iirifa , itu exatnimaluniof my StUcic'Uf Pine
emits 'Kdwertnern.Veettugs, &c., *Lich I manufactitre ,
goon special orders:- 'l,
SPECIAL NOTICE._ ..
i;f , g to eiy that my Goods are ,mannfacturod
under my - own supervittion and by - the very best wnrk
men. My pre.cntidock is the most exteneive I haye yet
Nad in store and I respeettnily ask my Trim ds and the
:Public to give rue a call bernre purchasing elsewhere.
• Rethemkum the old Stand. J. T. IIONEINSON,
Franklin Motet Bnikfing.'
Corner of the Diamond.and West Market Street,
oct. 7.- Clvunersburg, Pa.
jpi ELLIOTT , C — LOTHLEP., South
' • west Uinta* of Ihebl.l.lio.llD, next door, to the
1 44 k, CIWIBEItSBURG, ilia returned from the
dlty Pith 'a large stock - of 'etiporkr and smtsocahle
aonds,,encli as CLOT CAS SI EttE.S. S ATI N E'l7B.
JEAN-. CORDS. for Coats. and VELVETS. SATIN S,
I.ltlElLLEi.sed other Vestings. Also—a Ivry tine
relirtlon ittIADV-gADE CIATERNO. which be id
piepirod to sell at very fovreAst market prices.
COA rot nit WORK.—As he emoblys a first-rate cut
ter, he is - prepared to make up all kinds of Gatments,
`nen and Boys, to order, in- the best styles. Sat's-
Caotlen will he gusxante-d.
. A aisortniom of GENTLEIiZN'S FURNISHING Goons,
gßitell lig rs, Handkerchiefs, Sus
penders, C4elitit Bags, Umbrellas, k.c., Lc., always on
trawl, Bice him H.C11.11 and save money. 1, [Juno 17, '63.
A(..J. WIIIT4-MEP I CILA, TAILOR,
. i ANB DE,',ALER TN RR 4111:MADE CLOTH ,
110IitE M - ADE)-
- ' CASSIMBRES,
. PURNISIIING GOODS.
- GUM OVERCOATS,
- . - -- UMBRELLAS.
grPiece Goods sold by the yard, and no -charge . for
to persona who wish them made at
Machine Silk.ehallc. and inch measures sold. Three
doors North of :Oyster's Dry Goods Store. Chambers-
Isurz..ra. [Jone 17.18 3.
-1-1 C. - WALBORN & CO'S
• • wiloi.,EB AL}: AND DETAIL
READY MADE LINEN
AND srocK .slAxurActoßY,
Nu. 5 ck. 7 4 Vailh,,Sixll) Street, Philadelphia.
Mk, Merino:old "ot tots Under Skit ts and Drawers. Cra-
Ts is.. Sesrfs. loves. ttunliterchiefr, &c. Shirts; Wrappers
Dresil Stocks niailo-to order ,by tnessurement, aad
wurr,intml to git a sat isfseti•.n.
Orders :nay be left with S. S. Seutrocx,Chnmbersburg.
. DISCO V V,ltY.—.ll the present time thoughtful
minds everywhere are looking for the revelation of new
dgalld bllpillrtaqt iligvAiverids in science, and whose theory
id presented claiming to have discovered new light and
to have removed the veil of obscurity front a subject of
•Ite highest importance ' upon which much has been
written. it in proper that the claims of this theory be
presented and carefully examined and tested, which is
destined to transcend in iinportanceto suffering human
i tx. all other discoveries, the lightning rod and telegraph
nob - excepted. We boll that the human system is, but a
gesleanin arrangement, with its acids and alkalies, con
istittiti u the positive and negative forces, and that every -
atental'and physical tuaulfuatatiou, either voluntary or
involuntary, is the result of this antagonism; that diges
tion, circulation. secretion • and excretion are wholly at
tributable to the law of electrical influences; that' the
nerves are the (-enactors of e:L6CIRIUITY. and that there
is a polar action established through the nervous synten
which connects with every part of the body. establishing
and preserving a proper balance of the electric element,
snit& constitutes. health, add a ilisturhance of which
causes disease; that there are strictly but two conditions
of disease—the one positive, the other negative; and an
MIAMICITY poinesses these two inherent principles, it
.. .will, if applied according to the. electric polarities and
requirements of the system, arrest, or. in other words.
neutrolize the disease by the restoration of proper polar
act on. We also assert that all drugs taken into the sys
tem act strictly upon electrical minciplet; ; that from
4..scomposition the latent electricity is set free, and that,
though the electrical polarities of the nervous system,
secleinges are produced either for good or fur evil; that
41, the incipient stage oftlii.ease it may tend to equalize
the forces. and restore harmony; but after the case ban
become refractory, paralyzing the 'nervous communics
too., anal changing the muts4tuents of the fluids, and
arresting the digestive actioft of the stomach and its
power of approbation, io internal process of medication
weer has, or ever can. succeed in removing the cause of
the disease. its only tendency being to multiply awl com
plicate the symptoms. . . .
On the contrary, &scrawny being the vital element
noon which life'depends. can be directed to any part of
die body, and even after the vital functions seem para.
treed, possesses the power of arousing the, dormant en•
steles. equalizing the circulation, and the system' to a
self sustaining system. One very important feature of
this treatment is, thatno time in lost in .cxperimenting
with disease. By means of electrical test an accurate
Aistgrinsis is given at once, determining the locality and
citstao.er (gale disease, and Indicating the treatment to
*or:treats]. The cm rien ts era perfectly cinder the con
taols, the operator, and can be regulated to snit the
tektite nerves of a child without. any unpleasant semis,.
;host. All these who have long suffered from painful MCI
ebistlnate desease—Acute, Chronic; Inflammatory or
Peralytic—are invite.' to call and consult.
and consu lt .
.., ONSULTAVON FREE. ' ,
In less than'one
year and a half OVER Twin - -
TY,-VIVR FICKORRD PACKS RATE REEK
SOLD, and the sales are on the increase. It is Just
the powder for
DR. BROWN PROF. WALK. The }tom,
In Franklin linildinz, Welt Market Street, 4th
*pry from the cornor of the Diamond, Chambersburir, Pa.
Jtine . l7. '63-tf
ONOMY IS WEALTH! •
i2,„r, CURE YOUR COUGH FOR TIEJETEEN CENTS
The Rest and Cheapest Household Remedy in
MADAME ZADOC PORTER'
GREAT COUGH REMEDY!'.
Afadame Zadoe Porter's Curative Balsam
is warranted if_gied according to the directions. to cure
to all cases, Coughs. Colds, Whooping Cough, Asthma,
siud altarrections or th Throat and Lungs. "
Madame d Porter's 'Balsam
__li * prepared with al the re uisite ' Are and skill, from a
•nrabinatiou Of the b ire tidies the ve viable kingdom
affords. Its ratite list Utica are baseiton its power
to assist the healthy and vigorous cifcniatlon or the
e Mosel, through the lungs. It is that a violent remedy.
Gat emollient, warming, searching and effective; can be
taken by the oldest person or youngest child .
Madame-Zadoe Porter's ,Balsain
.fine "Alen Bred by the public for over 18- years end Lae
Acquire' ire present selereimply by helm recommended
by' 'Web who hare, nerd it, to their afflicted friends ,And
„ MOST IMPORTANT.
' . Arsdiune Zgdoc Porter's Curative Theism Is gold at a
price which brings it in the res h of every one to keep it
.0 - inverilent to uge. The timely we ore single bottle will
peeve to be worth 100 tinges its coat.
Base your money. Do not be persuaded to purchase
articles at 3s. to $l, which do net contain the virtues of
*l3 ct Bottle ofiladasne Porter's Curative Balsam. the
cost of manufacturing which iii as great as that of al
mina any other medicine ; and the very low price nt
which it is sold, makes the profit to the seller apparent
ly small, and unprincipled dealers; will sometimes re
ceminend other medicines on' which their profits are
larger, unless the ctistemers insist upon baying Madame
Porter's and none other. Ask for Madam. Porter's Cu
rative Balsam; price 13 cts.. and in large bottles at 25
Mk, and take no other. If you can not get it'at one
•Istere you can at another.
tt ld by all Druggists; and Store-keepers at IS cte.
=din larger bottles 14 25 cte.
BALL k MICKEL, Proprietors.
~Jan 25,'63-Iy. New York.
sgt.,.Por Bale by Miller k llenshey and Jacob B.N !mon,
WT W DAIRY.—The _ gubsciibor
- : haring opened a Dairy upon his farm, would - irt
rm e citizens of Chambersburg that ho to prepared to
thrash them with pure fresh Milk &Sy. Persons deeir
fog to be supplied will leave their names and places of
coSidence with Samuel Reisher. -
sept 23 = DANIEL . ItHISIIIIL
NIXON'S COLUMN, -
At no time since the commencment of Nix
on's Drug Store. has there been so,
FULL AND COMPLETE A STOCK
- -of Fresh and - •
PERFECTLY RELIABLE MEDICINES
;••• • "
To Offer teAllose iho are. so Unfortunate as 4o be
compelled to indulge in
fact is, that unless there are la.rg f 3 and tapi l ,i
sales. rtioezhablistiment can eupply its '
customers with strictly fresh and re ?
relneclies. in ',the lehatio of .'• •
Drugs and dhemicals. • Time '
.affects with much more
rapiditymany naorourfi; ' '
•' • Oleg liedicinc than in any
other merchandise, iten4 the ne
cessityrorrapid change c't stoek to 1
secure to the purchaser st what is
wanted. NIXON is able, by/rapid changes
in stock, always to present thefvery best to his
-customers, Ile desires to. keep tse above fn!cts be
fore the comm Unity, and to solicit h
continuance of favors. In confliction with his full
DRUGS AND CHEMICALS,
he offers a full assortment of -
PATENT MEDICINES 0P , STANDARD CHAR-
Such as: •
Jaync;'s Family Medicines,
' Ayer'.' Peetoral, l
Wishart's Pine Tree Cordial,
- Hunt's Liniment.
. Wright's Pills, •
' Brandrelh's Pills,
Townsend's Pills, '
Perry Davis's Pain Killer, '
Fahnestock'S Vermicuge,- -
- • Worm Candy, I ;
Washes, Lotions, ,
with many other articles in thi's line, all of which
are sold only on the repeenentotion of
" • the makers of the tirtieles.
BAZDI'S, LITRIN'S. EDRIIII'S
CHOICE PERFUMERY , AND SOAPS
Hair Dyes. Pomades. and
other articles for the Hair, among which is
' ' . " -- -.' " ' 4 4' x Mi '
.4./ . ,- ; ...
' . - 11/I it F 0,0 D.
One triNe - best and most cleanly avtiplett for the
Hair, containing nn grease, yet rendering '
the Hair,soft and
glossy, and preventing it frorn,prematurely
, r .
Which is just the article needed for the remov
al of Dandruff fr9fu the Scalp, and leaving
the hair soft ariff, - glossy. In presenting •
-these two articles for the Bair. the
Proprietor has the satisfaction of
kndwing that they do all
- that is represented.
NIXON'S •TETTER OINTMENT
continues as touch a
favorite as ever; . and it can
and dor. perform remarkable cures
of Skin Diseases, and is guaranteed in all -
eases to art as represented:
11O1.SE.AND CATTLE POWDER
• The Hog.
It is neatly put up and full dlreetions go with each
pack. hundreds of testimonials - could '
be presented, but the pro
prietor deenis it
to let it travel on its own merits.
MEE CROUP• SYRUP
Is made only at Nixon's for this County, and hies a
host of friends who can testify
to its merits.
Nixon is able to offer o large stock of
- Toilet Powders, •
Sponges. -- -
• Starch. '
Indigo, • -
- Stove Black.
- Rat find Roach Destroyer.
In conclusion, Nikon. begs leave to say that his
stock will always be kept up to the very
- best.point, and 'will include
every thing cal
ted to give health
and comfort to the afflicted, •
. besides such articles as taste requires.
The Important lever in business is money. and-as all
. merchandise can be had at lower rates
'or lash than time. Bums
desires to, mago
HIS' BUSINESS STRICTLY CASH.
June IT, 1863. •
SADDLERY I 'SADDLEIIY !—Sad . ...
dies. Bridles, liftmen, Collars,Trunks; Valises, Ace'
zip) of ' the HORSE COLLAR.
JEREMIAH OYSTER respectfully returnehis thanks
-to his patrons far, the liberal encouragement received
from them heretofore, mid be would invite them and the
community generally. who may need any thing in his
line, to give him a call ut his OLD STAND, on the East
side orlifttin Street. Chanibersblirg;,five doors South of
Huber A Tolbert's Hardware Store. where he keeps con
stantlY on hand every variety of S A Ikflo LER Y AND
HARNESS of his own Manufacture, and he is prepared
to sell the saute at terms that defy competition. Every.
article offered for sale is warranted to be made of tho
„best material and hy competent wortmen.which•will be
fully denorultrated onion examination thererif.
TRUNKS AND VALISES.—He would also call the --
attentlan of persons wlinting - rt good, neat. cheap and.
•suistanlal Trunk or Valise, to his assortment, ,
June 17, '63.
ADDLE AND 'HARNESS MAN
UFACTORY.--Thoo undernigninl would respectfully
ennounCti to his friends and the public generally. that
he has taken the SADDLE AND HARNESS SHOP fer
mi:oY carried on by Matthew Gillen, deed. on WEST
,WAEKET STREE.T. two the Omocochnague Creek, In
the Itoiough or clinniberebtirg, whbre he manufactures
Saddle . Brldletand Harness. end has constantly on hand
an oxeMlent amortment of Collars, Wliips, &c.
lie employs none but the beet of Workmen: and .con
ntruchin II work from tho beet material. TRUNKS and
VALISIS constantly on band, ell of which will bekold as
cheep an the - cheapest. A contintieree of the former pa•
tronng l e of the chop is most respectfully solicited.
June 17, 63 JA.M,EB B. OILLAN
WHIPS WHIPS ! WHIPS !-
Vimuut Swum & Soc, corner of Main and
WitAilngtor. Street& Chanthersburg. manufacturers
of all kinds of MIMS. such ne .Wagon. Carriage and
Riding Whips of various sizes and of surierior quality,
which they offer to the pubic, either tit Wholesale or
Retail, at very moderate prices. LASIIES ofali lengths
kept constantly on hand and for sale by the dozen very
cheap. They also niannfacture superior 11011 SE COL
LARS, to which they invite attention.
Orders from a distance solicited and promptly attend
ed. to _• , June
rrip ROAD GEARS,COLLARS,ITAL
• , TEM. awl anything in the Imathbr line belonging
to the Saddler's bmineocalways iin b il and made to or
der, and on reasonable teems. at CI ItDOICA opposite
the 'ltalian Queen Hotel, )Lain at.
H. G 0 R D.O N--successor to
NJ,' Dont & Gonnox—gines notice to his eustotnern
and nthens. that be in still at the OLD STAND, opp site
the,lndinn Queen lintel. Main strret.Chninbnniburg, Pa.
GORDON HAS A SUPERIOR
lot of SADDLES, UM:NESS, BRIDLES, STIII-
ftl. S. SPURS, %Lich he will yell cheap fee cash or
REPIii.RING DONE .AT SIIORT
notice. on rensonsble terms, by C. H. GORDON.
lie ',altos ht. friends to come to see him.
(Coat, Lumber, &r.
G. A. bEITZ
JJEITZ & 31'DONIT,ELL
WILL PAY THE .14GFIEST-PRIE,E
IN CASH FOR
And all kinds of
P R 0 - )3'l C B
_ , ALL" KraDB OH
• SA LT,--
• CO ••••.-
CHEAP FOR CASH,
DEITZ j 3f DO WELL'S
WAREBOUSE AND COAL YAIID,
Near' the Railroad Depot,
C A BERSBU RG, PA.,
On North Carlisle Street,
June 17. '63
EW FIRM !-COAL COAL!
LUMBER! LUMBERI—LEO. EBERT Ai SON,
acing purchased the Coal and Lumber Yard of George
A. Boltz, will continue tricar on the same business, and
willalways layman hand A large supply of Lumber and
Coal. They will be.prepared to till all orders at the
shortest notice. They respsconlly sollcit,the patron
age of the late firm and the public generally, and all
who may desire Coal and Lumber to give them a call,
feeling assured that no means will be spared to, accom
modate those on the most reasonablo terms.
Juno 17, '63-tf. LEO. EBERT dr... BON.
STEW- SHOE ; STORE.—The Sub
_L ii scriber takes this method of informing the citl
zone of Chatubersburg and vicinity, that he 'has lust
returned 'tont Philadelphia with an ENTIRELY NEW
STOCK of Boots and Shoes, of every variety, style and
pattern. and of the best manufactures.
lie has nook/ Shapivems on hand. Ills whole neck
is nem. Give him a call—you can easily suit yourself.
lie Invites the LiulieS. especially, to cull, as be will take
pleasure in showing his goods. Store in the room for
merly occupied by Frederick Smith, Esq.; as Lim offi c e;
and more recedtly used for the purpose by George Eye
ter, Esq., two-doors North of Fisher's liotpl, Main Sheet,
Ills large and wlkli selected stock,he being a practical
Shoemaker, con- id of Ladles' Gaiters, Boots, Slippers
and Buskins; Misses' and Children's Boots and Sheen
(Gentlemen's Gaiters, Slippers, Boots and Brogans.
, Do not forget the place. No trouble to abow Goods at
I the NEW STORE, two doors North of Mires Hotel,
;Main ktreeet, Chambersburg, Pa.. by
! June 17.1882. ' PETER FELDMAN.
CALL AND SEE 1 .--THE TINDER
ki SIGNED announces to his numerous friends and
customers, that ho continues to manufacture to order.
'and keeps on hand a full and complete assortment of
various qualities and styles of SHOES and .01,1TERS,_
for' Ladies, Misses and Children. His assortmetiehf
plete, w , SiihrliSh &c., fur Men and Bobs' wear is e
respectfully invites attention. Work
of all kinds made to order, in a neat and durable man
ner, asnl at short notice. Call and nee beibre purchasing
elsewhere. and he will gallery purchasers that he sells at
very small profits fur Cash. Don't forget the place—
hear, Ar.otito Huta& Keefer's Store. Chambersburg,
Pa. GE011.02, LIMNER.
dune 17, /808. •
M&FRANUFACTURERS can reach a
lar g e aim of thrifty dealers by ADTSII9IBIX9II
t ANKLIN REPOSITORY. ~:
aints - ef Zrabel:
DENNSY.LVA,. I O.A. RAIL ROAD!. .
SUMMER TIME TABLE 6
PA, Trains - .Daily
o: am:Um n- Phil/tat fphia, an and after-HONDA];
APRIL 20th, 1863.
The Pasierteer -Trains ef the Pennnylv; , :nia itaglryad
Company will depart frala and arrive at Ilarthiburg.and
lobiladelptisius Wilma: • • - • ;
' THBOWIII EXP2t6S3 T r Ilarriaburg
daily at 2.00 .11.1 f., atdtarrivesat Waft, t!hiladelphia at
6.10 X. ' - • .
FAST LINE leaves Harrisburg daily (except Monday)
at 5.45 A.41,110d arrives at West hilaoelphia at .9.55
d. Passengers bike breakfast at Labomter
WAX AC.:OSIMODATIONi via 'Mount - Joy, leaves
Harrisburg at 1%00 A. m., and arrives at West Ehiladsl
- %,t. 12.25 P. 11. •
FAST-MAIL TEA.L*I-111aves liarriebuis digt, (except
'Sunday) ati.oo P. X., arrives at West - Philidelpitia
at 5.00-P. X. ' -' • .
HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION TRAIN. `via Co.
lutubia, leaves Harrisburg at 4.00 P. X:, ainl arrives at
West Philadelpbia at 9 30 9.-x.
BALTIMORE. EXP KaT RAIN leaven Harrisburg
4411 Y (except 'Monday) at 2.00 A.. 71.4 Altoona, 7.15 A.
lake breakf mt. and arrives Itt Pittsburg at 12.00 noon.'
PHILADELPHIA: EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Harris..
:burg, daily at' 3.00 A. M.; Altoona at 8.00 a. Ali n take
Lreakfar, and arrives nt Pittsburg at 12.30 p.,st. .
'WAIL TRAIN leaves Harlisburg at 1.15 P. It, take
supper, and nrrises at Pittsburg at 12.30 A. M.
FAST LINE leaves Harrisburg at 3.50 P. 111.; Altoona
at 8.35 P. X and arrives at Pittsburg at 1.00,5.1 a. .
ACCOMMODATION TRAIN halves
Philadelphia at 230 P. Y. , and arrives at Harrisburg nt
3.00 P. K. -
•.• . .
WAY ACCOJIMODATION TRAIN loaves-Philadelphia
wt 4.09 r. y., and arrivo at liarrisbutvat '9.40 S.Y.
Thiktrain tans via Mt. Joy.
SAMIJ.L. D. IDIING,
Middle pit.. Penn'a B.X.
NORTHERN CENTRAL RAIL
WAY f---SUMMER TIME T_IELE. •
Three trains daily to and Iron Baltimore and Wash
Connections made with trains 4in Pentisylistda Rail-
Mad, to and from Pittsburg and the West. '
-TWO TRAINS DAILY to and from the North and
West Branch Susquehanna, Blintra,and altuf Northern
New York. :..
On and after Monday , _April 20th.1863, the Paseengnv
Traini of the Northern Central Railway will arrive at
and depart from Harrisburg and 'Baltfulore as follows,
- SOUTHWARD.,. .
MAIL TRAIN leavei Sunbury daily jecept .
Sunday) • 10,10 A. Y.
loaves Harrisburg - 1.15 P. X
" - arrives at Baltimore 6.35 P. X.
EXPR:ESS TRAIN :eaves Sunbury daily,
(except Sunday} ' 11.97 P. X.
It leaves Harrisburg,. (except.
- Miminty) 2.00 A. X,
41 arrives at• Baltimore- daily,
(except Monday) 6.15 A. Y.
HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION leaves _ •
. liarrisliu rg 6.30 A. Y.
- ' • NORTHWARD.
MAIL TRAIN leaves-Baltimore daily, (ex-
_ " • rept Sunday) - 9.15 a. m.
- , 4 . • leaves Harrisburg 1.15 P. X.
. : arrives at Sunbury 495 P Y.
EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Baltimore daily... 9.15 P. X.
arrives at ILarrisburg.-- ..... .. , 1.35 A. R
.. hatves Harrisburg daily (ex
cept Mohday) ' - • '3.00 A ill,
~ arrives nt Sunbury 5,38 A.
tudauttnunD ACCOSISI,_ODATION leaves - •
Baltimore daily (except, sun- -
I . .
day) 2.55 P. Y.
" . arrives at _Harrisburg - TEI P. X.
For further information ripply at the Office ' , In Penn
syliantri Railroad Beirut, Harrisburg. .-
. •J. N. Doll ABBY, Gen Sept.
!` 1 June 17, '63.-tL
NENV AIR LINE ROUTES—Three
, Trains Daily to New York and Philadolpilia:
On and after Monday; Aprit2Oth,lB63, the Passenger
Trains will lease the Philadelphia rind Reading Railroad
Delia, at Harrisburg,for Sew York and
follows* via: . " '
EXPRESS LINE leaves . 11iitrisburg at 2.15 A: x., on
'arrival of the Pennsylvania 'Railroad Express Train (tom
the West. arriving in Now York 09.30 A:. M., and Phila
delphia at 13..99 A. M. A sleeping Aar ig attached to the
train through from Pittsburg without change.
MAIL TRAIN leaves 'Harrisburg at 8.00 A. N—arriving
in New York at 5.30 P. M., and Philadelphia nt 1.50 P. Y.
FAST LINE leaves Harrisburg nt 2.00 P. ti„ arriving
in New York at 10:25, P. x ., and,Philudeblila at 7.00 P.a.
• WESTWARD. -
•: - TAST LINE leaves New York at 6:00 tt., and Phila
ielphia at 8.15 . ,5, L. arriving at tiarrislnirg at 1.15 T. U
NAIL TRAIN leaves New York at 12,00 noon, and
Philadelphia at 3.30 P. Y., arriving at. liarrieburg at 3.20
EXPRESS TRAIN learne ew York at 7.00 P. V., ar
rivingat Ifrirriebura at 2.10 r
Y. and connecting with
the Pennsylvania Express Train for Pittsburg. A sleep
ing car is also attached to this train.
Connections are made at Harrisburg with trains On
the Pennsylvania. Northern Central and - Cumberland'
Valley railroads, and at,lteading fur Philadelphia, Potts ,
Wilkesbarre. AllentoVi. Easton. &c.,
Baggage checked through. Fare between New York
and Harrisburg, $5 lb ; between Harrisburg and Phila
delphia, $335 in No. l care, and $43 In. No. 2.
For tickets or other information apply to
• J.J. CLYDE,
June 17 7 '63. tf. General Agent, Harrisburg,
1861 - . 1863.
WINTER ARRANGEMENT. - -=
CUMBER LAND tALLEY.A ND FRANE:LIN
- RAIL ROA DS.
C11,6.N0E OF 1101:71tS.—On and after liforiday;, No
vember 17,1862, PnitsengeT Traine will run daily, ea
tallow', (Sunday" excepted):
TOR CHAMBERSBITRO AND HAR-
...::" •,' A. M. P. M.
LealisMagenitown 7.00 2.451
.1.':., • Greene-wale- - 1.37 3.35
NV ; " 3. rriTe at., B.IT 4.29
'NW -rib- .
- - --
?i ewvi Ile - 9.32 ' 2,00
" Carlisle , • • 10.10 242
" - Nechnnicsbiarg 1042 r - 3.12
Arrive at Harrisburg ' 11:15 3.40-
FUR CHAMBERSTURGAND HAGERS-,
• , A. M. P.M.
Leaves Harrisburg 8.05 133 ,
" Mechanicsburg 8.47 2.16
" Carlisle 9.27 2.56
“ Newvilis 10.02 8.29
" Shippensatrg I '0.33 . 4.00
Arrive nt Chatabersburg 11.00 4.30
Leave Chambersburg 11.10 4.40
" Greencastle 11.65 5 - .30
Arrive nt Harrisburg' 12.35 o'.lo
Kir Making close connections at Harrisburg with
trains for Philadelphia, New York and Pittsburg; and
with trains for all points West
RAILROAD.—Thie great line tmerses the , North
ern'and Northwest counties of Pennsylvania to the city
of Erie. on Lake Brie.
It has been leased by the Pennsylvania Raffrind
a,mp t tpy, end Tinder their auspices is being rapidly
opened throughout its entire length.
It is now in %use for Passenger and Freight business
wom-Ilerrialuirg to Driftwood, (2d Fork.)) (177 miles) on
the Eastern Division, and from Sheffield to Erie, (78
miles,) on the Western Division.
TIME 02 PASSENGER TRAINS AT HARRISBURG.
MAIL TRAIN-leaves North 1:18 AL.
EXPRESS TRAIN leaves North i 3.04 k -s• at
Cars ran through WITHOUT CHLMI both ways on these
trains between Philadelphia and Lock Haven, and be
tween Baltimore and Lock Haven.
Elegant Sleeping Cars on the Express trainboth ways.
For information respecting Passenger' 'business apply at
the 8..8. Corner 11th and Market streets, Philadelphia.
And for Freight business of the Company's Agents:
• S. B. Kingston, jr., Car. 13th and Market sts.,Philads.
J. W.lteynolds, Erie.
J. M. Drill, Agent N. C. R. R.. Baltimore, Md.
H. M. HOUSTON,
General Freight Agent, Philadelphia.
LEWIS L. 1101FPT,
General Ticket Agent, Philadelphia.
JOS. D. POTTS, ,-„
Jane 1 7 , 83] General Manager, Williamsport. n
NEW TOBACCO' AND _SEGA.R
MM.—To the Citizens of Chamber:burg .and
vicivity : The undersigned, having been Compelled to
Iwo Virginia on account of hie Dillon sentiments, has
come among yon to eetablish a business, hoping f-om his
l ong experience, and by close attention, he, will meet
with a generous support. His stock will consist of all
he beat brands of TOBACCO and BEG ARE, whieh he will
sell as cheap as can be hadanywhere in town. Don't forget
the place. sign of the little nigger," opposite
the Franklin Hotel, next door to chryocris Book Mori,
South-east corner of the Diamond.
Jane 17,1868. C. If. VIJBII.
O. N. LULL, Supt,
R. R. Men, Chambersburg. ?Mr. 17, 1862.
educe anti *ram
kineo of frrabel
text EAT TRUNK Lila from the 'North land= NOth
w est fur Philadelphia, New, York. Reading, PottaeiliF,
Lebanon, Allentown:Batton, •; - = ;• •
Trains leave Ilarrightirg for Plillalielphin. New York.
Reading, Pottsville, hate all intermediate-stations, at 8.00
A. X . aud 2.0 t) P. X. ;
N'r.w:!York Expreeti 'mercer Harrisburg. at %IS - a.
arriving at' New York at 9.15 the same morning
garea troirt•liarriebnril: To New ' York $5.15t to 'Phila
delphia $3.35 and s.so. Baggage checked through. ,
Retarding:leave New York at 6 A. 8..12 Noon, and
7P. X, (Pittsburg Express.) Leave Philadelphia at
8.15 a. is.. link] 130 P. X.'
Sleeping cart itkthe New York Express Trains throngl
to end trout Pittsburg without change " "
Piwengers by the Catawboa Railroad leave Tamaqua
at 8.50 A. 3t, and 2.15 P: sr., for PlitiatiOlpida. New York,
and all Way Points. - -
Trains 'said Pottsville - at , 9.154. if.. and 230 P. ii.. fur
PAlladelphia, Harrisburg and New York., ,•
. AU - AccommOdation Passenger train leaves at
6.00 A. w.. and returns from nitatlelphinAt 5.00 •
Sir 11 the above trains run daily, Sundays ex
cepted-, • -
A Sunday - train haves Pottsville at 7 30 A. X, and
Philadelphia at 3,.15 P. 11.,„ • :`
Commutation, Milago.Senson, and Excursion Tickets
at reduced rates to and from all points." •
- R G. A. WICCOLL!B;
- Gen eral Superinteudiust.
June 17, 1803-tr. „„
31)ccrbtuare, eutletz &c.
114. - BDTARE!.
SMITH. & RICHARDSON
J. rum. iata: • • ". •I - - • - eau. RiettAßDSOlt•
The tudersived would respectfully call the-attention
of COUNTRY-3.t.ERCIIANTS to their large'and well et,
iedeclitock of •
Having Madeipticial titrangements forthe'Pull nwste,
we flatter ourselves we can offer Inducements to pur
chitiera that will faireminieraie the 'trouble of exam
tulnir our stock. We ask.but a trial, to conslnca-
Ckiuntry 2'raYte, that we' tiro prepared to sell low anti
stock or Table and Ptickit Cutlery , is uungualls
large, aelCcted with care. at,dincluding a Satiety ofstyli
that cannot but suit all tastes.
. We have-constantly on band a large aasortmens of
Foole,Putlery, - . . . .
and Cheits; ' , Saddlers; . -
and rchoernakere 'Foote,
everything in short, pertaining, to a filet class Hardware
Particnisr attentionzinid to Country orders. It is our
elm to .Actrte the confidence of our customers, and tends
end we are piulicular, in filling orders, to give.the. best
and as cheap as though the customers were tan ink in
person. lice us a trial.. „
K. Shryock, Esq., A. X. MeCtire, L.
SMITII & 'RICIIAEDSON;
,ang. fill Market
NEW HARDWARE STORE."
would respectfully inform his friends, and, ilia public
generally, that in conneition with his
KEROSENE OIL AND LAMP STORE,
'he lug Commenced the HARDWARE bnsineas, at his
nehf Store room, one door north of trl.lluber's Grocery - .
IlitAttock consists in the following articles, Till
DAllding Rardware, ' • -
Rouse Furnishing Goode,
Table and Pocket Cutlery,
Idechoniete Tool* -
Nells,by,the emall or keg, , _
• • Farming t Utensils, such as
• • Potato Lifters,
Alan. Maks, Paints, Benz* le,
Linseed, Kerosene, and Lubricating OHS,
- • 'Lamps of all dieeriptious,
Chant]. Hers for 4Ju9 and Kerosene.
• ' -Fruit Jars, best quality. kc,"&t.
/Sr Agent for Sale of EVANS & WATSON'S Piro
Proof Safes Duly 29,
ARDWARE AND CUTLERY
I W. W. BRIGEIT . A. SON,
Importers and Dealers in
AMERICAN. ENGLISH AND GERMAN
...4549 Commerce Street,
Between 6th and 6th and Market and Arch SW
kJ We have always on hand, Shoe Thread, Lasts, Beo
Trees, Leathers, Shoe Irons ,dc,
June 17, '63:MYERS & IpAND.
MYERS & BRAND - are - constantly
receivlng fresh igtdware, to whic& - thily Invite
the attention otthe public. We have a4arge stosk ut
'galls and Iron, which we offer at reduced prices.
AGENERAL ASSORTMENT - OE
BUILDING 'MATERIALS, each as illageri,
bel,sws, Locks, Glass, Kitty, &c.
OILS' AND PAINTS—LBekt Beek
Bead, White Lead, Linseed on, And nil kinds o
mars, at theloweat cash prices. MYERS & BRAN D.
ALARGE STOCK: OF 'CEDAR
wAnx, Tubs, Buckets, Churns, Baskets, Wnter
ustati, &c. 31YERF. & 114AIND.
li3l. PACKING AND BELTING
G /14ni"R Rope,
PANY OF 'PHILADELPHIA, No.: OS - and 4.31
Ufiexpired Temporary Premiums,
Statement of the Anaete of the Company un January 1.
First Mortgagee, amply secured $1,493,981'48
Beal Estate, (present value 41138.82'1.47.) coat 123,970 r
Temporary Loans, on ample Collateral Secu
Stocks, (present value $98,315 180 cost
Notes and Bills receivable....,
Advance in value of Real Bstate over c0d,.9,351 70
Advance In Table of Stocks ovei .444;3 68
_ . ,
- Theply Profits from Premiums which this Copt
piny can divide by law, are from Risks which have been
- Retract fronathe Charter of }he Cbmpany.
_ "But -,the moneys received as ,premiums upon- risks
which remain yndetertnined, and are outstanding at the
time of declaring such Dividend, shall not be considered
as part of the profia: Of said Oory . 4nation, or divided as
PERPETUAL or LIMITED INSURANCES made
on every description of property, in Town and Country,
for Owners, Mortgages. Oround, Landlords, .te., Ac.
Dates-as low aa are consistent with security.
Since their Incorporation, a period of thirty years,
they have paid ever FOUR MILLIONS-OF DOLLARS
LOSSES BY FIRE, thereby affording evidence of the
advantages of Insurance, as well as the ability and
position•to meet with promptness all liabilities.
LOSSES BY FIRE.
Lessee paid during the year 1862 $69;798 1
Charles Naancker, David S. Brown,
Tobias Wier, Isaac. Lea
Samuel Grant: Edward d. Dale,
Jacob R. Smith, George Fates,
George W. Richards, Alfred Fltler.
otrA IMES N. BA NCK ER, President
EDWARD 0. DALE, Vice President.
Jas. W.lWALusaaa, Sec'y pro tem. ,
My-Application made to DAVID Omits. of Charnhe.'S
burg, who is an enthorized Agent fur the Company
either personally or by letter, wilt meet with attention.
March 4 1863. -
null GENT.-31,8. - JOHN attOlir.,
J of Cbambersbnrs; le the 4enenl Agent of the
FrankthiConnty Mutual Itunarance company. - •
Jane 17,'63. , WM. bleilfllAN..
Catle Flabllanee , 2 ,
tap! and MaaSeed. .
• k., • - at SPANfitiNftit
Te!r ! - 1 ,Otaitto ctubi
FRANKLIN NURSERY, '..
r.Crl.l4EttibitUßO, ild*A .
The subscriber would invite the attention of the pehile ,
to it very firtemysortrototof -Wag 40 0 02 1 4 , Fentill Trfoi
now ready rot' WC. -, ' ''' - " ' - . ' ~' '' - i-,:
As an imincement !pi:dant APPLE Taus,' w il l . i;
t - em st. SI; per hundred (the refeetion reit as rad , ..?..
'poc.lblo to myself) from 3 to 7 feet high, and well fo - :
, 1 wilt farther traerentee thegroveth, of them the pi
a.m., tQtii4 pie holes arid g ive the tree the titer *Mitt
mettt thatl may direct. , •
From 6 to 7 firt high.ls eta each. :$1.:2:56 per httodiell
4 to 3 relit my own selection: tapper tninire&l."
E :x t rit lar E s , rcon: 8 t 610: feet, 25 cto. each. - - •
• - PtACEfi IRI ES.
- tine eisortinNfot "411 f• liettithy Peach C "
including all tine Inte,yariet en, -
15 CE el'S EACII, Olt $3 . Pltt4llll, '
An extra lot Stelling Pesch Trees, Ihrr hundred, 1
• . CHERRY
*oat of the leading cia-h,tiee now Cuititated, and
to do well in thightitndee year old-13 cents
or 24.31 pendoz- .7 4Arg , ,rand older tree 30 to 50c. WS.
The Pear is now more, extensively planted th'u
ether fruit tree.on account of its regular beating, larger
crops,And longerity: -Dwarf Trees, from 320 t 0.50 *Ws
out; Standards, - from 40 to 75 cents.
• Every men now begins to feel the necessity of hiving
bneor more OrapeNin. in hisgatvlen; and no fruit cal
bo planted that will more certainly remunerate
I cultivate 'Most of the hardy varieties of the Nittfelo
Gnme, and :such QS have proved - themselves valnaltilik
in this latitUde: Isabella. Catawba, Mims,. Clint"
Concord; Delaware., and others. One yea old 9,144,
from 25 to t 5 cents each; two Year old, front 50c. to Sl*
strong layers,. many of which have fruited this eiteitoti
from 75e. to $2.00.
RHUBARB PiANTS,=-21ie.iich; sin pei4o z ,
AseAßeaus SETS;.—SI.OO per. hundred.
BLACKBERRIES (Lawton)—sl.so per dozen. . .
RASPBERRIES—in variety—lrom 50c. to $2.00 pair
MiIIEA:4 7 IS (in varlety)—froni 50c. to $2.00 per deiSini.
I have a choice collection of ".EVERGILIMNS, Oa*.
mental 'Trees. and haidy Shrubs, which I will sell
cheap arthey our be' procured elsewherei - 'the: lin
qua•ity The following are some of the varieties:Al
way Spruce, White Spraca, Antertean Balsam Fir. Alb&
Vitaes—American. Chinese, Siberian, Nepal anti GaliltaF
Irish - Junipeita American and 'Europea'n Linden/lAEA:
pies, Splreaa. Wiegelias, Nattiest, Mahotilas,,llteotts•
suckles, and Roses.
All °rears will be promptly attene.kto, and deli*all
in Chantherehnrw, or at the Rail Beau, without any Mt&
charge . thap. the alight coat of packing„__ ~
Sept. Z 1863. - JACOB HEYBER, Agent
REES! TREES !!—WILSON:,
VILLE NTIESEIIy: Adatns - C0.,Pa.—8UR111.104%
A WILSON, Prdprietora. • , , •
FRUIT AND ORNAMENTAL TREES, ,
of thrifty krusttli and fine assortment of varieties, fig
sale' this 'Fail, and nest Spring. Persons desirous - Or.
purchasing will call on our Agent; J. F. CROFT, Chat*
bersburg, Franklin Co.; Pa. ' "
40,000'APPLE TREES, . ' •
,your years old, very strong andbnalthy.... , •
• ~ /O,O4O'PtACII TREES.'
1, 2;and 3 years. very fine. Also, Standard and DWW
PEAR AND PLUM TREES, '
• . I 1,000 CHERRY TREES. '- r
Of the following kinds: Cumberland, Triomph, Bleet,
Eigfe. Black Tartariam, Elton, Gov... Wood, Yellow Blittfr
rah, and Greet tiigarreal • _
- 10,000 GOOSEBERRIES,
Houghton and Ohiciltedlings. , 4 .
. , - UNE STOC64
HARDY NATIVE GRANS, VINES
We offer very strong plants of Anna.. Clinton, Catzwiet,
Concord. Delaware, Diann, Oporto, Maxatawney, }Tart- .
ford Prolific, diabetic', Rebecca, Taylor, Cuyahoga, ant*
Ontario, and Renshaw. .
lIIIRKROLDM A Wtfol3olC. -
- Bendersefile, Adams county, Pa.„
J, P. CROFT, Atent,'Chattibereburg. (Sept
PcrRAPE `VINES.—Our Stock 'O4
DELAWARE, CONCORD. DIANA. RA
ovine, CREVELING. ELSINGBDRGVERBE R Ig.
I.OOON, TO .KALON; - UNION 'VILLAGE, CUYATI .
REBECCA, ANNA TAYLOR OR. BULLITT, and an tbil
other leading t kinds, is unsurpassed anywhere in ltbo
country. ' .., . ,
' -Parties withingto purchase, and Who cannot dish our
grounds to examine our vines and vineyard, when ,it
the above and many_other kinds, may be seen in
would do well to send for our NEW PRICE LIST; whit*
Irma to all applicants free of charge: 4 J. KNOX.
sept. 2-3 m. Boxls3Prtteburg. Pa. ,
TRWB ER R I E'B4
7 -A - AUGUST AND REPTEMB2W
• e good months for Planting STRAWBERRIES.
Good. plants of leading vekriettga,
. ' •TRIO3IPH DE GAND,
e e s,
, in be Mut at the Franklin Nurieriei; or by addr "
t le undersigned by, order. , JACOB, 11 - RYSER; 7,
sag 18 . , Agent,
MYERS & BRANIi
NA'QW ItEADY.vier ' new - PRIM
LIST of STRAWBERRIES, - RASPBERREEKBESRIES, autumns, GOOSBBERRIBI
GBAPE VINES, &c., is now issued and :will be peat
to all applicants tree of ehafge. , J. KNOX.
sept.2-3m: Box 155 Pittsburg, Pe.
STRAWItERAIES.--Ohn" new Cir . -
cular,giving varieties of Birawhetriea. that bare
proved the moat valuable the pant SIBIIIIOD, with price, ar
plants. and other information, will be lent to all app W
cants. , _. J. KNOX: , •
nept.2-3m. , 'Box 165 Pittaburg,la.
MASON &tHAMLIN'S ,
C Alf I N E'T 0 B G4l
AIITOMATIC SWELL, :DOUBLE BELLOWS, 82 E
STOE, AND COMBINATION VALVE.
*EL Every huirument Warranted for Five Hari. 'VA
PHICU .191,11..570 SO $9.60. I.
" The Caldnet- Organ is the only instrument which'
combines the requisites, for chnich and parlor muiLit
for the schocl room and the social festival gatheri4,
For while it possesses sufficient power for ilia accempa.
- fitment of a large chorus, it is, from its capability el'
all shades of: expression, and its wonderful crease*,
and diminuendo, most effective as a solo instrument:
It is capable of orchestral effects, and rapid nin4e 3 as
arpeggloe, etc. From its sustained tones, it bee
a decided advantage over the Plano-forte, for the rented:
log of many of the choicest tnorceaux of the masters.
auth as symphonies, quartettes, etc.".
S. A.. 31cCLU1tN, Chambord:4m, Pa.
General Agent for Penn 4 y lvanlal 4
$4,4 . 2,116 39
N. B. The understood will sell and deliver, in gnat%
condition, Cabinet Organs. anywhere irx this State; it
factory pnces. , All inquirtes by letter promptly sat ,
Bleared.. • -- [June IT, i 63-tf.]' A .Me.,
PIANOS-! - •
R. A. AVOLIIREi 301 e agent for tho. celebrateit
DECKER BROT4ERE! (NEW YORK) PIANO
Pianoe delivered, and pit op hi perfect condition, is anp
part of the State, at,
FACtoRTRETAIi t PRICES.
All Instruments wairshted for foreYearo. • -
Pianos_from other factories will bo furnished, if desired.
Chambersbitrg, Ittiz .
June 17. '63.
MELODEONS AND HARMONIUMS
introducing the effect of Pedal Bass an eTery Ins treated
N. GABLER% unsurpass,ed PIANOS for cash at *lib
eral deduction, or on Monthly Instalments.
sat- Over 30,900 sold in Philadelphia.
JAMES BELLAE, Sole Agent, - •
- 279 and 281 Swath Fifth street, above43pruLe et.
sep 18,83.1 y - Pini.IDELPIIIII.,
I iirLEMAI & BROTHER„ - 7
—JUL importers, Nanstfacisters and Wholesale Deakin
IN MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, ..
GERMAN. FR!Nerf AND ITALIAN STRING/4 2 ,
No. 705 MLFM/IT Snit" PHILADELPE34,
Orders esrefully attended to by 8. 8. BDRACIL
Ohatatiereorg, - 7
OHS C. HOPYISAI
j oHS - -c. HOPKINS CO'
,T#POII.TEEB k DEA LFAISM,
CHINA, GLOB AN D O4IOIENSWARE,
No:8124/11MM SMUT, .PnizaDircrau.
For .forglAr rtteplara apply. to. S. EL KIRYQC*
Chamberftilig, Paf fee P-234.1.
PE AE "TREES.
From 40. to 60 cants each
Yrkezi 25 to 50 cents each
WITH ONE OR TWO arra OT VattOB,