The Franklin repository. (Chambersburg, Pa.) 1863-1931, October 14, 1863, Image 5

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    • MIARTIA.ND UNION ri.,tiroam.
—.The Union men of- Washington County.
- met last week, anti nominated their
ticket and adoPtedtheir platform. Ithas the
true ring, as the following samples abundantly
tatablish :
Resolved, That the ;Union men - of Wash
ington County are uneonditionally loyal, and
unconditional in their attachment to the pre
ia:rvation of the ,Union established by our
ancestors. - • •
•'• Resolred, That the tangible manifestation
at the Union can only be seen, known and
-realized in and by the Officers of the Federal
Government. and that the best evidence of
l o yalty is a cheerful and hearty support given
- to the said officers in the rightful discharge of
`their official trust. • _ • '
Resolved, That, therefore, we regard the
pr&*ent • Administration as practical) the
she
IWevernment, and, will most heartily aid and
' support the same in the proper Use of its au
thority for the suppression of a causeless re
bellion '
Resqvcd, That, Government, like an indi
vidual, may err; rind that it is no part oftrue
patriotism to be confirming finding fault
With ei - nrs, where omniscience would be
requisite to seatre, exemption from mistakes.
„,jteso/rc,fh That the soil, climate, material,
wealth and resources of the State of Mary
land.demand the speedy substitution of free
white for slave labor.
-ReNoleed, That we arein favor of etnanci
ition and the extinction of slavery in our
btutc.
-Tai. military , commander of BaltiMore has
o novel•ni ode 'of punishing offenders. Those
who sell liquor to soldiers are paraded titre'
the streets with placards attached to their
--pef,i4Xis, bearing the inscription, "I sold li
q.norjo soldiers." On Tuesday last, a,detee
tyre of deserters caused the arrest of a than
named Scholl for disloyalty, and it subSe
:"quetitly appeared that Scholl was one of the
_most loyal, men of Baltimore, and that the
so of Brocker was prompted by malice. He .
awns, therefore, marched through the streets.
! bearing upon his person a placard with the
following inscription: "I am a liar." "I
,caused the arrest of : an unoffending Union
MARRIED.
•-"On the 6th inst., by the Rer.M. P. Thorn-
Mr..Juutr& C. T.
—ADD to Miss s —ARAD M.
111.'OUJIDT, bOth of Loudon.
4
DIED.
' On the 28th ult., in Bedford, Mrs. SA10.11;
consort of 11r. Joseph - Alscip; formerly of this
place, after a lingering and painful illness:
. On the 22d ult., -in Guilford township,
-'.MICHAEL L.. HO -MT, aged 14 years, 1 month
and 17 days.
of. Editor Repository—Dear Sir: With
enr pqrmissiun I wish, to say io the readets Qt. your
caper Abet I•will i eend by Ceturn mall to allarho wish
its (free) a Recipe, with full 'directions fol making and
nabs a silnide Vegetable Balm, that will effectually re
name, In 10 minutes, Pimples, Blotches, Tan, Preckles,
and all Imptritios of the Skin, leaving the same Soft
clear, emeoth and beautiful.
, I will alio mall free to those haviuss Bald Heads or
flare 'Faces. shitple dirt ctious aud information that will
enable them to start a full growth of Luxuriant Hair,
Whiskers, or a Woustsehe, in le's! titian 30; days. All ap
plications answered by return mail with Out charge.
Respectfully yours,
TUOS. F. CHAPMAN,
Chemist,
Jelyit',X63-3nl. No. S3l Broadly, New Torii..
George Sleek 4- .Co's Pianos.—:CßEssos'
Bram:o, Aug. ISM—Mr. J. E. °GULP, Seventh and
Chestnut stroebi, bad
frequent opportunities of examining the Pianos made by
Messrs. George Stock & Co., New York, during the past
few years, in the practice of my profession as Tuner, I
prunchince them the m. st perfect instruments I hare
ever suet,. •
Ia point of touch, equality, and tinging kite they may
lyhomparison with any and all other makes, while in
the upper two octave (treble notes) they are incoorparo
tily the finest I have any knowledge or
C. E. SARGENT, Tuner of Pianos,
9)7 Chestnut St., Philada.
sept V,3m
orn arnerzta Iron Works.--rWoori & PEROT,
1136 Ridge Avenue. Pkiladelphia. Pa., offer for sale
( Aswan the most Er mratatiTerms, NEW and BEAUTIFUL
DESIGNS In great variety of IRON RAILING for
CEMETERIES, RESIDENCES, Ac., of Wrought and
cast Iran, ar , d - GALiANIZED IRON And BRASS _TUB
ING; IRON V,ENANDAHS; BALCONIES, STAIRS,
-COUNTERS FOUNTAINS. LLATE&COLUMNS, lIITCII
. ING POSTS, LAMP STANDS. VAS EFL TABLES. FLOW.
- 4 RR STANDS, SOFAS,CIIAIII S. STATUARY, ANIMALS
and all other Iron Works of a Decorative character
Designs forwarded-for selection. Parsons applying for
tame, will please state the bind of work needed.
sept 't3-3ur
COL. 9-ATESOF THE U. S. ARMY
Rays that during his campaign in Mexico he would rath
er retire to his conch without his - swm d than a bottled
itADWAVS READY RELIEF. It was die only medi
cine he need through the Mexican campaign. Gen. J.
Hobart Wird, of the Army of the Potomac, firat became
Inainted with Its virtues in Mexico, and always keeps
it (tibia camp. In sudden attacks of Diarrhoea, Ryser
tery.pain In the bowels, bead, stomach, or In cases et
Rheachati6, Neuralglt, or wounds,•cuts, bruises, or
fora Throat, Inilueuza, ILiarseneae, Radway'a Ready
&Slier cures immediately. Let Mono who value health
and safety be without it.
For sale In Charobersburg, by Miller & Ilensbey
The Confessions and Experience of an In
valid.—Published for the benefit, and 1141 a warning and
A CAUTION TO YOUNG MEN
who suffer from Nervous Debility , Premature Decay: or
Manhood, etc.. gni plying at the satrie time
;nu; ?JEANS OF SELF CORM,
By ohe who has cured himself after being put ton great
impel:lse and injury through medics' humbug and
quackery :
By euchring a postpaid addressed :ovelope t single
copies may be had of the author.
NATHANIEL-MAYFAIR, Erg,
Bedford, Kings county, N. Y.
may 20,03 13
Gentlenuw, eured of Nerrious Debility,
Incompetency, Premature Decay, and Youthful Error,
acluated by &desire to benefit others, will bo hay py
thrtfiab togi who need it (free of charge) the recipe and
directions for making the , simple Remedy used- in hie
VW. Those wishing to profit by his experience—and
possess a Valuable Ileniedy—will, receive the same, by
return mail, (carefully sealed;) by addressing;
JOHN D. OGDEN, -
N0,.80 Nassau Street, New York. -
sag 19.3 m
Madame Portr'sburative Balsam has long
1.
— tested the truth that' there are first principles in Medi
cine as there is in Seienc, and this Medicine is com
pounded on principles sui ad to the manifold nature of
Maas I The i cure of Colds Ni in keeping open the pores,
and creating a gentle into nal warmth, and this is cans
tisi b; the usc of this 31e47 o. ilk 'remedial qualities
are based °wits poW6r to a Ist the healthy and vigor.
o Islcirculation of blood thrpngh the itsois, it enlivens
the muscles and assists the s in to perform Ite duties o
regulating the heat of the sy tens. add in gently throw
fog off the waste Substatice from the surface of the . body.
It is sot a violent remedy, but emollient, warming,
searching and effective. Sol by all druggist at 13a
--- sal 26 centspor bottle.:[July Zit.
-
Pulmonary Congum timid Curable Dii4ease.
CAttn.—TO CONSUMPTIVES:—The undersigned
baiting been restored to health in a tear weeks. by a very
simple rerpody.atter.hating suffered several yearswith
assists° lung affection. and that dread disease. toll
gnmptinn=is anxious to ma.e known to hie fellow-sa
tereri the means of rum. - •
To all who desire it, he will send a copy, of the l pree
n, iptionpsed (freo of charge), with the directions for
preparing and using tip- tame, which they will- find a
sure efire for Comm lion. Asthma. Bronchitis. (*midis
Colds. Be. The only object of the advertiser in sending
the Prescription is to benefit the afflicted, and spread In
formation which lie eon , ei'e• to b.. invaluable; and he,
hopes every sufferer will try his remedy, as, it will east
them nothing, and may prove n blessing.
Parties wishing the pi : ascription will please address
Rev. EDWARD A. WILSON,
•
slept 304 m Williamsburg, Kings Co, New York.
Prevention of Ineru.station in Steam Boil
rs.—WlNANS' ANTI-I NCELISTATION POVDER : AE
MOVES AND PREVENTS TUE.,DOORIT OF SCALE.
AND WITHOUT INJURY TOTILEMON SzOrr.if VEAng
ax USE. _
Refrrenres in nli parts of the country, vie: Albany
(Ms Co.; P.atosi, Oilbert; co., and' others, Troy Byrn.
ruse. Rochester, Auburn, &c., &c:; John Gibsou & Jo,
Phelps, Charles Ensign, John ft. Evans & Co., Jerrot t
Root. and othora, Buffalo: Cleveland, Columbus. Ibtnea
villa. &c., &c.; Gea.Shield.Aliles Greenwood, Mitchell &
Ilammelsbnrg. and 40 others in Cincinnati; and thieugh
ont the West; Indianopolia...Dayton, Terre Haute" to•
ennsport s , Chicago. Springfield, St. Louis, St. raril,
&c. Cost about 40 to GOcents per week. Fur circu
lar, address H. N, WINANS;
It WALL Sr., New Tone.
P.O. Box No. 6.- - ul) 42,
thrill() the Seffering.—;qhe Rev. William
Cosgrove. while laboring as a missionary In Japan, was
cured of Comumption when all ether - means had failed
by efirecip o obtained from a learned physician in the great
cityofJ.ddo. This recipe has cured great numbers who
were suffering froth Consumption, Bronchitis, Sore
Th mat, Coughs Mid %Adds, and the debility and nervous
depression caused by these disorders.
llegirous of lieneHtting others. I will send this recipe,
which 1 have brought home with me, to all who need it,
free of charge. Address , Lev. WM. COSGBOVE,
dec 5,1324 y 439 Button Avenue, Brooklyn, N. N.
$25.
Employment I—Agents Wanted!—We will
pay froms2s to 575 per mon th.ancl all expenses,to active
Agents.er give a commission. Particulars sent tree.—
Aililress Emu Stwota 31Acnttc COMPANY, R JAIORA
General Agent, Milan, Ohio. - april 29, 63-ly
REPORT OP THE MARKETS
Philadelphia Markets.
PH ILADELPIIIA, OCt. 12, 1863
FLouit—About $OO bbls, mostly fresh
ground extra family, sold at SO 75(i47 'the
latter for city mills, at which rates there are
more buyers than sellers, and ,good brands
scarce. The sales to the trade are limited at
ss e s 75 for superfine; $5 871q0 50 for
extras; $g 75(7 25 for extra family, and
S 7 50@8 50 for faficy brands, as to quality.
Rye Fiona and Corn Meal are scarce. but no
sa)es are reported to establish quotations fur
ther.
WHEAT.---Sales of 5000 bushels at 1450,
150 c for reds, mostly at the latter rate for
prime southern afloat; white ranges at 165(7 1 ,
175 c, and prime very scarce. Rye iS• scarce
and selling at 125 c. ' Corn is better, and
about 5000 bushels sold at - 105 c for western
mixed and yellow. Oats_ continue firm, and
all offered, about 4000 bushels; sold at' 85c,
weight.
PRODUCE MARKET.
CORRECTED WEEKLY
=I
CIIAMBERSEURG 0ct.1t,1863._
16 WASHED W00L...........
12 Unresuzil Wow. - 37
8 CLOVER. Sm. 0 00
8 TimTnir GEED • 250
4t06 FLAX. 1 50
....... 1•L Palm. Petenrs ...... "3 CO
8 UNPARED PEACHES 1 50
Boos.
LARD
TALLOW
SOAP
ISACOX
Bncoy
SOOP B EANB
1 50 DRIED APPLES
CEA MBERSBURO- FLOURANDGRAIN
- MARKET. ' '
CORRECTED AT CHAIIRERSIVCRG MILLS
Flonr—Ren
Wheat—Red....
6rn
Oats.
POTATO 31A2ZET.
Mercer. New
grip abbertisemento.
TOB PRINTING,. in evety: style,
done nt the office of the FRANKLIN I;EPOSIToRY.
STRAY MORSE.—Left at the iSrem-
Isom of the subscriber. in Antrim townthip. about
2/ 2
miles Rooth of Jackson Hall. on thu let of October,
a BAY HOILSH. The owner I. requeNted, to prove prop
erty, pay charges and take him away. .
Oct 14 :St lie,,Nny MECH . KU.
VANCY PRINTING, in, 6 - cery va
ju Hey of colors, done with neatness and despatibh at
the FRANKLIN It RPO:•ITORY office.
10ARTNERSHIP.—NotiCe here
by given that the underisigried havh entered, into
partnership in the Hardware and CutierY business at the
old stawl of Myers & Brew', where we are prepared to
furnish everything in our line as cheap as any other
house in OW county. Special indncernehts are offered for
cash as our motto will be quick sales anitshort profits.
JACOB S. BRAND.
OF,OROB FLACK.
oct . I, .'6.1—. , c t 14
- 11 . 1 ECHANICS who desire to
lei tend their busineee Aui , ElOll3.E, in the
FRANKLIN Pr?
ADMINISTRA TOR' 'S NOTICE - 1k
Notice is hereby given that -Letters of Adminia
tv acion on the Estate of 'William Flory. Site of the Bor
ough of Chamb.rsburg, deed. hate been granted to the
undersigned, residig in said Borough.
All persons Loosing themselves indebted to said E-.
tate will please make hnmedlate payment; and those
havingclaimv will present them property atithinticate
for settlement. [octlti SAMUEL b. aIIRYOCK.
VXECUTOR'S
Irj ib hereby given that Letters Te.tainentarY to the
bstote of Cbt Winn Ebersole. late of Guilfotd township,
deed. have been granted to the undersigned, residing in
said township.
Alt persons knowing themselves indebted to Said Es
tate will please make immediate payment; and those
having -Minis will present them properly authenticated
for settleinent. [oet 14) JOHN L. DETWILER. -Ex'r.
DT_TBLIC SALE.--The undertiigned
will offer at Public Sale, on the premises, on Satur
aay, 31st day of October, {net., the following valuable
Realyrcperty, viz: A — LOT of GROUND, situate in the
Village of Marion, Franklin -county, containing one-half,
Acre, on which Is erected a :dory-an: La-halt Frame
LOVFILING HOUSE, a Frame Shoemaker's Shop, large
Frame Stable, and other out-building; there iN also, '
Cistern near the door of the dwelling. Tide Ls one of
the best stands fur a good Shoemaker -in the
', vicinity,
(the only one in the place.) haring been - lcng occupied as
such, with an abundance of good Customers, end pat
ronage Increasing.
Sale to commence at o'clock, P. 14.. when the terms
will beknade known. [oct 141 JOSEPH FERGUSON.
T 4 IST OF
the Post OM
Abertson Cap'.
Dwelt
Baker George
LETTERS
ittCluunberelmr:
GordnerM is Sarah
Geislemon M
leuie Berl D
hale Michael
Brown W B
BRUM n c •
Brown Oliver El
Barnhart John
Bannon'. George
Cary Jeremiah
grata' Jacob
Hocking Miss 31 F
Jones Daniel
Lash el I Cap James
Lewls John E
i Lewis Margaret A
or the above Lettt
advertised.- J.
Peraone calling fc
that they have bee,
ri r lbciranktitt Sitpositatogliamberokullt th•
Rem abbnlisenuitto.
Rum or Cnakaiitstitato, 0ct.14.15 - 63:
LECTION.—An .Election for Di
u rectors of this Bank to serve the en‘uingyear n ill
e held ht the Banking Ronne on Monday, the IfiLh day
qf Noreinber, next, at 2 o'cl..ck.l'.
net 1413 t G. It. SIESSERSIIITII. Cashier.
iNOTI.CII.I.—The partnership hereto
tire exiliting^nilder the nun ke • 11r1 style 01 31 yers R
Dread, in the Hardware and Cutlery business. was die.
solved by attune! consent on the first day of ()ember.
1863. The notes and hooks of said tb - in have been placed
in the hinds of simnel 111yers 6.. r collection. All per
sona indebted either by note or book account are request
ed to call and settle without delay.. The books will re-
Main at! the old stand. - , - SAMp gr. MYE S.
octl4 JACOBS. rucks D.
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.---
Notice Is hereby given that Letteranf Administra
tion on the Estate of Bonie! Smith, Jr.. late of ['eters
township, deed have lien granted to the undersigned,
residing in the Borough of Greencastle.
AB parsons knowing themselves Intlebtsti to add Es
tate will please make immediate payment t and those
hiving nlaintawill present them properly matbentleated
far settlement. [oct 14] GEORGE EBY. Adner,
7 1: 44 1 XECUTOR'S NOTICE. , •;--Notite
,fiLereby given that Letters Testamentary to the
Estate of John Metz, late of Gui.ford township,
hare been granted to the nudErsigned. residing in said
township „
Al persona Indebted - to the said Estate are regneeted
to make Immediate payment. and those having claims'
or demands against the Estate of the said decedent will
make ktiown the same without delay, to
net 1. ,AERAIIAM METZ, Ex'r.
EXECUTOR'S NOTlCE.—Notiee'
is hereby given that Letters Testamentary to the
La tate of Gallic. Mull, late of Guilford , township, dec'il.
have been panted to the undersigned. residing in Guil
ford township.
Ali ptirsons indebted to the said Eitate. ere hereby re
quested,o make tnunediate paymeut. end those ha% ing_
Flainis fir demands against the L'ateth of said decedent
will make known the same without &Ay. to -
oct.li C. H. INcFNIGIIT. Ex*r.
UNITED STATES TAXES.-AP
PEA LB.—Notice is hereby given. that the Lists,
'Patia - me - and Enumerations milile,,by the several M
inimums fur the several Divisions of*raiik lin county, will
be opemior examination at the roil:hne of the Assist
ant Assessors. crow the 12th day of-October to the 25111
day of the same month, both days inclusive.
Appeals from the same will.bo received. in writing.
on the 26th snit:MlL-of October, at Chambersburg, a t,
the office of C. LA. Eyster, opposite the Court !louse, by,
t - NISEI (1. HARPER.
Gettt - sbug. Oct. 14, '63.) Assessor kith Dist. Ps,
Ea 3
.y• Rurr TREES! FRUIT TREES!
SKADE TREES, ETC.—I take great pleasure in
cal ing 'the attention of plataters to my STOCK OF
TREES. which is unusu diy tine,well grown and to rifty,
and the assortment very large.
To those who contemplate planting. this Fall or next.
Spring:i believe I can oiler speciao inducements, espe.
daily of our StandordFrnit, the APPLE. of which I have
tenet:al hundr e d Verutand trees. all grown on soil having'
the natural elements to furnish an abundance of fine
fibrous riots. so indispensalms to the safe retrieval and
certeln and iiimirous subsequent growth. All have been
s• lentitteally pruned. with a view to t furnish Trees with
handsome, with-thrilled heads and heivy smooth trunks.
I would! invite the particular :Mention of persons visit
ing my Nursery to this distinctive gnat ity. setilmn met
with. yet so desirable in a Tree. but which is obtained at
considerable outlay at time and labor on the port of the
Nurseryman, ample I with a knowledge of vmretale
Physiology practically applied. Piatifert should cwisider
tlievatity if Trees im fore the price.
I would also invite particular attention to the condition
of my PEACII TREES: which I grow on the th/Oreit sail
I have, Without the application of any fertiliser what
ever, eieept that which nature supplies through the
elements of rain and sunshine. The vigorous growth
and hatidamme form of the Ti COS Is a sufficient/recommen
dation. if my advice is put to prac,ice by the planter:
(whi - h is very simple and easily C wiled out.) I wilt
guarantee the Peach Tree to live and grow as well as
they ever did for ono fathers bef ire us. A sine'e case in
point is corroborative testimony: About tweltie years
since the place I nods occupy (which was noted fir its
Peachil forty years ago) hal not a dozen living Peach
Tree-Son It that wer e pot yellow, sickly and worm eaten,
and afflicted with all the ills that the Peach Tree has
'hitherto been heir to. although a number were noon illy.
planted. I commenced by rooting out the diseased trees
end planting healthy and improved varieties, rind now
have growing several thousand tiees of bearing age, some
of my first planting, lear of worms and as healthy arid
luxuriant as can be.
My Trees in the nursery are grown from hellthy stock,
both seeds and buds selected with scrupulous care. Those
who wish to plant Peach orchards would dd well to send
in their orders early this fail. as the emit of Punch trees
may run short by Spring
Of all other Fruit trees we have an ample and well se
lected stock. CHERRIES. both tandard ,ne dwarf, up
wards of forty varieties; very fine. •
(41tAi 5 y. ideltyling all the new sorts. tunny of
which tire now well tested and foun4 indispeneible.
STRAWBERRY PLANTS.--Of the.e 1 ltityck flue stock
of choice kiwis. ntranz. well rooted plants. • •
EVEROR FEN AND DECIDUOUS TREES and,Shruha
for shade And ornament. of all sizes. a large assortment.
vor a full lint of articles Pee my Descriptive Catalogue,
uhich be mailed to all applicants.
Tergnon who have not a Irearty ordered what they shoal
have, through my Agentn. nhould (In no at once. Those
whom the Agent AREA ) call upon can send their orders
by mail.
OM
.
Al! reaßonnble incpiiricerelatln,z to Hortirult tire cheer.
fully ILl39llcred. Addreas 11. L. RYDER,
I - - We+t Franklin Numeriea,
Sept. 1 1 ' ,4 '633t Near Louden, Franklin rohnty, Pa.
~ $7 00
......a 50
110
S4IENCK'S UTZ:IONIC SYRUP
RILL CLICE
- I SCHENCK'S PCLMONIC SYRUP
, WILL MIS
CONSUMPTION
SCHENCK'S PULMONIC SYRUP
WILL ME
CONSUMPTION
I ECHE.NCECT PULIVIONIC SYRUP
i , , WILL CURL
. CONSUMPTION
SCIIENCKS SEA WEED TONIC
WILL CURII
DYSPEPSIA.
I SCHANCK'S SEA WEED TONIC
• , TILL CITRIC
DYSPEPSIA. '
: SCHENCK'S MANDRAKE PIV.S
WILL CORE -
LIFER COMPLAINTS.
, SCHENCK'S MANDRAKE PILLS
RILL CCU
LIVER. COMPLAINTS:
CIIENCKS' MANDILAICY PILLS
WILL QPRE
LIVER COMPLAINTS.
SCIIENCK'S MANDRAKE PILLS
" vim cirs!
LIVER COMPLAINTS.
prt. J. H. SCITENCK has a largo Suit ofßooms at No
82 BOND STREET, NEW YORK, where he can be found
every, Tuesday, from 9 A. M., to 3 P. Al , and -t No. 39
NORTH SIXTH STREET, PHILADELPHIA, PA.,
every Saturday.
He keeps a large snpply of medicines at his rooms,
which can be had at all times. Those wishing advice or
examination of the Lungs will do will-,to call on him as
above. He makes no charge for advice, but for a thor
ough examination with the Itespirometer, his price is
Many persons are afraid to have their lunge examined
by Dr. Schenck for fear that they will be found incura
ble, and by that means it is nut off until, it is too la
How much better It would be to know their condition
at once, as by abundance of tridence, Dr. S. has shown
sufficient certificates in this city that he has cured ad
vanced stages of Consumption.
DR. SCHENCK'S Principal Office Is No. 39 North
Sixth Street, Philadelphia, Pa., where letters for advice
should always be directed.
Price of the PITIXONIC -SYRUP AND SBA WIND TONIC
each $1 per bottle, or $5 tLe half d ozen . M orrquiri
PILLS ' 25 cents per box.
. For Sale by all DRIJOOTSTS and STOREKEEPERS.
oct 14-3 m . _
°mauling in'
0ct.13,.18e3:
Lundy Daniel
McDmignl Wm 2 '
Marshall Caleb '
May Mi•eßebecca
McCall Miss Alice
Russel Wm 112
SbatTerMiss Lizzie'
Trittle Miss E
Tear Henry
TunminsMis Lizze
asswill. please say
W. DEAL, P. M.
CONSUMPTION
.SCRENCI F S SEA WEED TONIC
15,1iL cum
DYSPEPSIA.
•
ECIIENCH'S dEd WEED TONIC
WILL CURS
DYSPEPSIA
• Ado Abbertisements.
TURNPIKE ELECTION .—An
Election fur ono Priaident, sLa 31unagelni and a
ire-minter of the Waynesboro', Greencastle und 3der.
cerebtirg Turnpike Mad Company, 4UI be held et the
Pnbllc Ilonne greirk Foreman, in. 91efinotetle, otr
Monday, the 2d day qf :Via-ember, laC3, commencing at
1 o'cl,,elc. P. M.,13. order ••1 the tio.rd.
oct .4-31 • , JOllll lIITCUEY. Eleey.
HEADQUARTERS oF PROVOST
t 1 11A1. Sixteenth — ' , Writ,. Pennsytesrmia,
Chaniher.burg. Cato'Fah. loth. I&:s.—The Dowd of im
roliment of the Bixttv nth Conirressional District of
Peunsylvania Mire granted the folliwiiig exempti ms
far the causes assigned. during their sessions, from the
bib to the lath e f 00 . ,1 43 , i li d ua ly e ,
FOR PitYsical. Oh' 31ENt.I.L DISABILITY.
Aaron Ziegler Robert Highlands
Jeremiah Walter Jan i e. H. Mason
Henry Walick Henry... K -140,
Lewis Ortnstead Jacob Held
Jacobtlerbart George 31. Christ
Jacurt Vivatrier
tleurge D Carl
Christ inn Whitmore tlenry . Soeituniti
John Swisher . Juu.t.J..3. Donnetline
Mourns Keller ' normal] T. Fellows
Hiram IL Fettorlex.f Daniel Berry_
Jacob H. Zook ' ' - Alexander Reamer
Jolin N 141311111 John' W. Campbell
Jacob Beckley Henry Lew:e
Slic.es preen:ilea t Igies.c Pare
Daniel Walhabaugli , John Ncelta .
Pink ney Cleary • Daniell,. Ilamtuoud
Dismal Fetter Isaac Iteltenider
Jilin Mullein/. lAndrew J. Logan
Ascot. S.. end tb (Janie* 31. (Jumble
Samuel S. chryuck I.ltunia? . ll.. Doyle
James M. Creamer
Johu Ault
A M. 4:J181ra:11'
8. A/IN rc Cook
Vet , r Slowry
Andrew J. Miller
•
. • •
Jain J., P. McClintock !Jam E. Wingert
Peter banner John W. rtubbe
John W. Little Jacob Conrad
Adam Bowers John McKt e
William H. )long Solomon Pogue
Henry Bowers • Peter tiockley
Daniel Ward John-Zitanutu
Franklin Funk Leander H. Small ,
tlharles 11. Hugh Samuel Either
Thulium L.-Fletcher: ' Waabingtun Jordan
John Berger c, battle! Kyle
Benjamin Bert Abrabittu Newcomer
John V/ lit Ur. J. L.Sueeeerott
.lames Szerunkletnn Wallace
Wizti nz 11. Sorenzun benzin. Seibert
Min Pugh
Juhu 8. Reanner
JuAeph Freeland
John 11. Buitzley
Simon I'.Bllomt .
Iwo Khlingto•
Beruurd Etadebaugh
.hteoll IleriA
Paer Static I FAT:an! 31otpn
Jut) Untrick Jimmie Nun is.
Poter Maryut, Daniel Piper
.
P*trick Burns Zonis Link
J. AV. Rubin Wl/ ' Joehun Bear - '
John Powell . Itieltarl W. Morrow
Johnson Brinliley %Vanilla J. Hargis
Jacob l'enpinger Arum Neil
Jacob Wilt William 11. Oink;
.11cEneopi
11 IM!=1
David J„CairmOlii
Mt=l
William Beaver .. Isaac W.tiebert
Jacob easselmaa Smultel H. Wilson
Henry Cover - - i Jubu Howe
iMom Hutton Brown Prim
William L. Dearing
lerrl3 Sollenberger
Gr. A. IL Shaw
George Ytetger
Phillip Flory - L Dr. H. K. Byers '
Jelin S. bnibich 1 John W.Peale •
A ngiedns Krbstueld , Jacob Frey
Robert C. McCurdy 1 . John 1. Youst
Hiram M. White Frederick Jones -
Philip Sells Fred. B.Crawfurd
Levi [Auld* Peter Braden - -
David 'Zollinger , Albertue Lane -
B. Latrobe Meurer John Walldsmith
BY REASON OF HATING PAID COMMUTATION
Thee. M. C. euowgen Jacob Barnhart
Jacob ShatzerJacob Sheeley
,
William R.o': e I Jacob Itininger
Jacob S. Shindle • Henry C. Stoner
COlll ad Knode David Eshel Man
Jacob G. Somers Jacob Cu ay', y
Jacob Odell Daniel Sonrbeck'
Tench aleDowell - Christ.an Elaer
William Finefrock John W. Schlosser
thristopher C. Pen tz - Peter W. Booty
Eli Rogers ;John Fisher
David W. M Aura - !George Palmer
John-L. Ilarnbrigit i Thomas J. llmron
,tleorgo, Stake - }Ell Stake
31orrow R. ()arable • do;lin I) . Lohman
N , ithaniel K. Ilithon
Übed Mentzer
Daniel Lehman 'David Wegainger
Aothury J. Clark .- 'Leonard elites
Abraham Lung . _ I &mini M. Milliner
Samuel W. Me%lily Jacob Sechriat
William Pentz -- i llenJarnid Lehman
Ileury B. Strickler ' !David A. Hassler
Leander M.Bnycler
IVY * BEASON OF BUNG IN
SERVICE ON THE 3d OF
Ili 'SP.
(John A Marshal
(William Snider
• it. W. Baruthitei
(Abraham tiowman - •
John Bush (of A.)
(Wm. 31. Bradley
(James Shirey •
George O. Keefer
Samuel Leedy
Benjamin Zook
George Cole
(B. IL Bellamy
Itleorge W. Welsh
David B. Noce
John C Anderson
George F. Detrich
• Adam W. Wilt
Clugston
. Thomas J. SlIl 4 -
George Jonston
John A. Seidei s
Franklin A. Miller
George Wul:
miss 'Shearer
Calvin M. Skinner -
William B. Gill
Goorgetli. Andrews
EMS
Andrew R. Darters:l
Michael D. Roemer
Jacob W. Poole
Joseph Stoner -
J.:W. P. Reed.
Charles Nowell
Reuben Weiser
William &lively
Renpunin Fab nesbick
'John Mellinger
William A.Flack
illiant Feiner •
Alllsob McDowell ;
George S. Eyster
Francis .1. Rinehart
D. Spangler Entley
Jelin A. Rhodes '
John R. 1 lippinger
William I. Cook
Jobil W. Jo..es
Slannrins Ilumelsine
Augustus Fl. to
John A. McCurdy
Jounthrm Shonrer ;
Jae, h Ziegler :
ildam A. Monnti
!Senn:lel Moors
Win. 11. Ilarrlerrwle
BY REASON OF NON-LIA
MLITT ON ACCOUNT OF
K.
Jeremiah Hollinger
William Clopper
Abraham h. Saylor
William 11. Lupton
Peter Haunhouee .
William Branton
George Barnhart
Aaron U.Steuerook
.lau,b Glint;
Samuel Mulles
John Young
Reuben Ranks
Charles Green
John S.Grava
George Butts
Jacob Lightner
Christian Reinp
David witqeit
Brice Ziegler
Franklin Piper
Aliruhant Breehblll,
BY REASON OF BRING TI
MILITARY DUTY OF
UPON lIIS LABOR 101
Daniel Hollinger
J. Frank. Snider !
Pan icklair
-Henry W. Leidig
James Crawford
Joint P. Snyder -
Jeremiah Hannon
BY REASON OF BEING ONE OF TWO OR MORE .
SoNS OF AHED Oft - INFIRM PARENTS, SUBJtCT
TO itgAFT.‘ELECTED TO BE IXEMPT BY FA{
TILER; Olt, IF HE BE DEAD, BY, MOTHER.
Thomas W. Skaggs iJet em lah%Pensinger
Henry Peltier •I.Tohn Picket I
Ate t nte Link Henry Hetrick
Samuel Untstadt Jorenitah 31annon-
BY REASON OF HAYING FURNISHED - AN ACCEPTA
BLE SUBSTITUTE.
'Janice Jordan ' t
Drina M. headily
Daniel Fields
HE ONLY, SON LIABLE TO
A AV IDOW DBRENDENT
SUPPORT. <4
'John-Miller .
_j
!John H. tiovert
ID. trrninerd Kirby
!Anderson Beers
!John Vordear
Francis .n.c.m.
George Weimer
Daniel 'Newman
'John P.Mgrd
Cyrus Young
BY REASON OF HAYING HAD AN ACCEPTABLE
eUBSTITUTE IN SERVICE ON THE 3d OF HALM,
lair.. - I
James A. Fleming . IJerenilali Brown i-
William A . Sobler, ' 6108M/11 8 ' Hoover ' I
Jacob malinger •I 1 Henry Reber •t
i
BY REASON OF REMO TILE ONLY SON OF AGED OR
INFIRM PARENT OR PAR ENIS DEPENDENT UPON
111 S LABOR FOIL SUPPuRT.
.
•
David Essore ~ , !Jima; Shelter
-
William Reed I
BY REASON OF ' FATHER AND SONS IN SAME
FAMILY AND HOUSEHOLD. AND TWO IN MIL
ITARY SERVICE, &C.
J. N. SblUito .• ,
Fred. J. Mute , . ,
BY REASON OF BEING THE ONLY BROTHER OP
CHILDREN UNDER 12 YEARS OF AGE, HAVING
NEITHER FATHER NOR MOTHER, DEPRNDENT
UPON HIS LABOR FOR SUPPORT. .
Jacob :-.Brown
•
BY REASON OF BEING TILE PATTIE.. OF MOTHER
LESS CHILDREN UNDER TWELVE YEARS OF
AGE DE?ENDENT UPON HIS LABOR FOR SUPPORT:
John Miller IP. Dock Frey
John Gelwicks - -
- BY REASON OF ALIENAGE.
Peter Frank Getrge Dunsberger
Peter Leubower . , (Christian Smith
Joseph Kline
BYZEASON OF BEING ENROLLED TWICE IN SANE
DISTRICT
Frederick Badman I James E. Bckenrodo
BY REASON OF MISNOMER.
George Vance _
- BY REASON OF NON-BESIDENCE.
Daniel Brubaker
I Reuben Banks
Rev. A. R. Miller
GEORGE EYGTER, Capt. and Prcrr. MaMbal.
.. T. MCILIIBNNY, Commissioner.
S. SEISE, Surgeon
LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS
•
I;
::,Item-stitched, ttnd Plain, which defy competition
George Monet
la eta
,pbritisempts:.
G" .ND OPENING!
FALL-AND VINTItR .aocklis!
EYSTER & BRO.
Have lust returned from the East. with a large arid',
varied stock of seasonable Dry Goods, all of
which wo will dispose of at a small
•
advance on -cost. What we
have now on hand.
was purchased. previous to-
the late rise, and will be sold without
regard to the present _Eastern prices, which -
ny articles is full us high as our retail prase,
C.LO T H S :
IE2
, 0 Cloths. all colors and shades. from $1 50.
to $G 00.
CLOAKS:
adiesCloaks just received._ of various stricr
and patterna=from $B, I to $25. •
GLOY-ES: L
d Kids. Embroidered. 75 cants ; better finality
Of
I $l. 00; Jouvine; $1 25; AtexaTleis. $1 50
IThe latter makes are the best im-
ported: Also, a large lot
of Fancy Glovetr
1
CORSETS
Wo have a fresh lot of the celebrate& G. N. B
CorsettB-23 bones ; the vety best manufac-
tared. and which we warrant to
fit, and give satisfaction.
HOODS: •
, •
L ,
A large assortment of Ladies' and Children'
'Woolen Hoods .
BROCHA SHAWLS;
Just from Auction
MOURNING GOODS
Crape Veils, all prices; Lace Veils, do.; 13om-
bazinei ; Alpacas: 3-4 De- Laines. 6-1-Do
Lalnes ; Cobmge; Crape Collars;
and everything desirable
for mourning
MOURNING SHAWLS
g. 4 Pe Laines and Cashmeres ; Long Thibet, all
prices;, Long Repp Shawls—beautiful:goods.
PRINTS
16, 18, and M cents. De Laines, Fancy and plain ;
Coburg!, and FrenehiMerinoes ;
Plaids. and Stripes.
/n conclusion we would say, that all the goods wd
have are for salcarid at prices as low as
they can be had this side of New
I
York, We make•but one
prioe, and that
.
the same to all etustomers,
+
1 , 1 whether Judges of goods or not.' • Drop •
In,iand look-at the stock before buying elsewhere,
xict.l4-tf
EXECITi:OR'S EiATiFI.-- 7 -I;ty viOup
of the laet Will anti Te•tateght 4 George K'aliii. !
t er. hisq.,late of the Soroagli of Chambertbarg; dt..,
I will ezpoiw to Pub& SaiKoli the prenthea.in - aaltl 800.
1 - !ugh. on the Lita an}, .J ..Vert other steal, that -large iltui
iutrnmodfaus, SEIM btrELLE" , :ill HOUST; with the LOT
„hereto at Whed. sittmttaon the South aide of, EKM
aar
- ket Street" boun'ed on the Ittlet by-lot of J. A. Eye er,
84141.,'And on the % eat bv, la
~ f Lyman S. Cswik....Swi,
being about 32 feet in width and 1.16 feat In depth: on
"ibis lot there la very .I...irnble Fruit. - Terms of-sate
> 4 made known vu day of •aale. . JAMES L. BLACK. -
oct 144t] Eel - of ti „ . EAsee ot a. N. Harper 4 deed.
PUBLIC SALE..-7-By- virtue of an
order of the urpliens Court of_yranklin Co., Pa.,
the pndersigned, Administrato of John DetwLer,
widaaffer, on nide/veiny, the 4V day of Nom-mow
Public Side, the Beal Estate °fluid tteo'd, satiate in the
allidire of•St, Th 111116. on the north side of the turnpike
Ind bounded by lands of Weasnee heirs and tithereibeicts,
the most western in In St. Thomas, and having
there.a a 'two storm' LOG ROUSE, Frame Stable,
spring Route and Shop and containing about two Acre.,
more or less. The property IA in reasonable condition
ind : a , ill make a conical tibia end desirable home.
Sale to commence et i ..'clock,P. M.. when terms -w;il
be made known by Pact 14-te] MARTIN SNIDER. a , - et
.AT PRIVATE SALE.,-,
_,U 7 The undeistoned offers at Private Sale his farm
situated on the Warm Spiing. Road. % mile east of Mar -
tersbnrg. containing 177 ACRES,•about half Limestme
intl the balance Slate. are in a good State of cultivation.
The improvementaare a two story BRICK 110 t! SE. Rank
Barn with Corn Crib and Wagon Shed attached, an I ill
nhernecessaryontbnildtugs. The re is an exce lent well
.if Water to the yard ands Omni of reaming Water on
the farm fur stock, and an ORCHARD., of choke Stu t
in the prelnises.'
Alma, 248 ACRES of MOUNTAIN LAND, near the pike
leading fromEtereerAm. yr to BloConnollsburg. Persia.,
wishing to view the proptqty will aril upon the ,under
signed r,eaiding, on the .
act 144 t
FRANKLIN
lIBL IC SA L E.—The and e:rsi gne d ,
Executor of o ,, briel Bea r. dec'd, will oder at Pub
agate. on thepranifee, op 14nrulay..fhe eth of Norm
, 6er next, A TEACT OP LAN O. situate in Washiigtbit
township, Franklin ro..about2 miles East of Wagner—
: bore', bounded by lamb, of John S.oller, Isaac shockey
t and others, containing a bc , ut 20 , ACRE t. There is no
said tract, a valuable 11 001. E.): FACTORY, with all the
t necessary Machinery. in g.xrl order. and superior Water
Power. The other In•proi, mot nts area two-story rot gl.-
cast DWELLING Tenant -Hones and earn.
' , The Land he of excell en. anaPty and there is a good
, bearing - Orchard. nod other Print Trees on It. . • "
dale to conmenrci at 1 o'clock, P when attendance
will be given and the teinta made known.
oct 14 HENRY BEAR, Ex r.
- TN PURSUANCE OF AN ORDER
1 . of the Osphana . Court.' the ludereigned, Bitecutotr,
A the last will and-1 est:orient of Jacob ffemisderfer,
tatevf A.ntrim totrualt.p. deed. will offer at Public Sale,
.ou the premises, on Saturday. thel4th of Noeentber,ll3ttt,
at 1 o'clock, P. M., the following described Real Estate,
vie : A TRACT of LAND. the 31ansion Failllof said deed
tituate in Antrim townahip, Franklin Co u Pa., bounded
by lands of Rhodea, Sanmel schindle, John
Samuel Bemesderfer, AVnt tlearliart and others,contaln
leg 145 ACRES mine or leas. and having thereon erected
a LOG HOUSE, Frame Barn nod other buildings. Theo o
.s a good well of Wo ter. and a good OR' nAI,D sold
tract, aud about twenty five Acres of good-TIMBER.
The terms will`he made known on the day of sale, by
JOHN REMEbDe.RFER,
f Executori..
• oct 14 - _ SAMUEL SCIIINDLE,
Bq order of Cdart—Al . is. Mercurtt, Clerk.
OTICE OF INQUISITION.—TorN Daniel fornaster, resiaing in - Bayne:mine, Berk
,ey county, Vsf. • Mary f eesbour, reading in cont.;
ty,-- , ---; Philip Lemaster, residing in Ohambershiarg.:
Jacob, Daniel snit Elizabeth Lemaster, children of Jamb
Lemaster, dec'd. Jiwob It. and Joln Lemaster ' of whom
alias Patton is Guardian : nod Mary Jane and Aun ...tie
abeth Lenntster, of whom Jas. IL. Scott is Gusrhisn.
children of John Lema ter. dec'd,"all resit_
ing' t, r,,ii /00,1
cou nty, Pa. wiihaul. j‘ll/11. Ala James Lministe,, afe,
Elizabeth Lemruster. (interquarr.m. ,:tali 1.1.w.e.1)14.1,),
ill residing in Berkley, county, Va. Marva., t. (mute._
married with --, Is zellol.e). and. Eliza (Intermargie,l
with— Crooks) residing .I, Canton, ,:stark county,
Alio; children of Join, Lermster, decd. John six:
Christian Over, residing: (a traoklitt county, P. 1.; Henry
Over, residing in - - e,,,, a ty. Indiana; Elizabeth Diet,
( - ntermarried with Daniel Sh-ink) residing in Clem
spring, Washington County ..d. ; Barbara Over, (luter
married with Jacob K riner) :ridding Franklin county
Pa.; children of Catharine be:mister, (intermarried with
Jiicob Over dec'd. Emannel,„ John, William, Andrew,
Illary,(intermarried to Kinsey) suit Catherine Kriner,
residing In Franklin Connly, Pm; and Daniel firiner,
melding in Lee county, Ill.: children of Polly Ann Le
;taster (Intermarried with John Krlner). -John Baker,
residing in Lebanon con, ty. Pa.; Jatnea Baker. residing
In New York • Michael flaker,_res_iditig Irditilltdo. N. y ;
- iiitid - SlitiinitiZetuli.Tfooi-o - e. John, an" Mary Ettinger,
(intermarriedwith ,-- Glaser.) residing in Stark conn
ty;Onlo, children of Elizti herb Lemaste., '(intermarried
twice, let to Michael Baker. 2d to Benjamin Ettinger,
now dec'd), 'heirs and legal representatives of George
Lemsster, late of the Borough of Chamborsburg, dec'd.
Ton are hereby notified that I will hold an Inquisition
on the heal Estate of said deed, on Thursday, the 2aLlt
of October, at 10 o'clock, A. M.. on the premises, when
and where you can attend If you think proper.
Eiberifro °Moo, oct 14 SAMUEL BRANDT, Sheriff..
IMiIMEIIIIIII
itL EST OF GRAND and TRA
VERSE JUROI 8, drawn for a Court of Oyer and
Termlnor,Court of Quarter Sessions of the Peace, end
a Court of Common Pleas, to be held at Chambersbuig,
oz." ildpday, the 26th day of October, A.D. 1863.
GRAND JURORS. '
Robert Black, - Green; John Barntizer, Mercersburg ;
Frederick Byers, Guilford; Abraham Dull, Guilford;
Benjamin Friedly, Guilford; Samuel flipe, M saline-on:
Henry Greenawalt; Chambersburg; David Jacobs, Wash
ington; John King, Ch.mbersburg; Abraham Keifer,
Peters; Williams Kromer, Quincy; Jacob Dallier, An
trim; John L. Lecher, Green; James McCurdy, Metal ;
Mimes Nusbaum; Metal; Jonathan Noll, Quincy ;
Wii
liaur Piles, Fannett; Samuel M. Perry, Chambershnrg ;
'ysisb Run, Hamilton; John Royer, Antrim; John
Swortz, Montgomery ;.F. B. Snively, Antrim; Samuel
K:Smith,,Waynesboro ; Andrew Typper, 3letal
TRAVERSE JURORS.
Caleb Atherton, Dhambersburg ; William Bratten,
Greencastle; Samuel H. Barr, Antrim; Tice Barkdoll,
Montgomery; Jeremiah Bear, Green ; _Simon Brewer,
Warren; Thomas Bowles, Montgomery ; Henry Balsley.
Antrim; John Baughman, Green; Christian C. Breach
bill, Hamilton; John Benedict, Gull ord; Alex. Ding=
sten, Guilford; John Carvell, Chamilersburg; Andre*
- Criswell, Green; Geo. Cook, (of John) Quincy; George
Etter, Jr Peters ; Jacob L: Fleming, Greencastle;
Samuel Fisher, Antrim; Abraham Frantz, Washington;
Jacob Frick; Peters ;, Jeremiah - Gordon, Antrim; S% tn.
B. Gabby, Guilford ; David ,Grossman, Chamberahnig ;
David Good, Antrim; Jacob liege, Guilford; Charles
Holltaan, Green; Samuel - Hostetter, Greencastle; John
Johnson, Waynesboro ; Abraham Knepper, Quincy;
George Laidig, St. Thomas; Christian Landis. South
ampton; D. M. Leisher,Cbambersbnrg; Josiah Melhon4
Chambersbnn ; John H. Miller, Washington ; Daniel
Myers, ( Marsh) Antrim ; Fletcher Noble, Metal; Daniel.
Potter, Washington; Isaac Phillipy, Antrim; Jas. G.
Rhodes, Montgomery; Daniel Small, Jr.. Quincy; Jona
than Strock, Hamilton; William Shoemaker, lawgan ;
David Shoemaker,
D Lurgan; Morrow Skinner, Lurgan;
Joseph ST rawbridgq, Southampton; Ferdinand Benumb
Peters; Andrew Shank, Quincy; Samuel Seibert, Chem
bersburg. loct 14
T HR GREAT AMERICAN
TEA COMPANY,
51 Yesey Street, New York,
Since Its organfzation, has created a new era in the his
tory of
WROLESALING TEAS IN THIS COUNTRY.
They have introduced their eelectione of Teae. and are
selling them at not over
TWO CENTS (.02 CENTS) PEE POUND ABOVE COST,
'Another peculiarity of the Company la that theirTas
Tints not only devotes his time td the selection of their
TEAS as to quality, value, and particular styles for par,
Mules localities of country, but he helps the TEA buyer
to choose out of their - enormous stock such TEAK as are
best adapted to his particular wants, and not crab , this,
but points out to him the best bargains:
It is easy to see the incalculable advantage a Tai BUTEII
has in this establishment over all others.
If he is no judge of TEA or the hisaarr—if his time
is valuable—he has all the benefits of a well organised
system of doing business, of an immense capital, of the
judgment of a professional TEA - Visual, and the knowl
. edge of superior salesman.
This enables all TEA buyers—no matter if they are
thousands of miles from this market—to - purchase on as
good terms here as t4e New Torkinerchants
Parties can order Vas and will be served by us as well
'as thosgh they came themselves. being sure to get origin
-aipackages, true weight and tares; and the Thu MB
WARRANTED as represented..-
We Issue a Price List of the Company's Teas, which
will be sent to all who order it ; comprising.
HYSON, YOUNG HYSON, ISfPRIITAL GIiNPOITDER,
TWANKAY AND SKIN,
OOLONG, sougnosa, ORANGE and HYSON PROD.
JAPAN TEA of every description, colored and uncolored .
This list has MACH kind of Tae divided Into' FOUR
CLASSES, namely : CARGO, high CARGO, FENE, arNEer,
that every one may understand from description and the
prices annexed that the Company are determined" to 44.
dersell the asholate trade,
We guarantee to sell ALL our Teas at not °per TWO
CENTS (.e2 Centsj per ponud abort cosi,belleving this to
be attractive to the many.who have heretofore been.pay
lag ENORMOUS - PROFITS. -
GREAT AMERICAN TEA COMPANY,
Importers add Jobbers,
No. 51 ',any Street, New York.
act lt-lt ''.
BYSTER a BRO.
Ite0), abtnotiyments.
Never deviating from the ONE PEWS aetk,A
01