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-ST.ROO4; MA NITFACTIT.ftiat OLDEST HOUSE i3l TOWN
D. OF AG iiICULTG I. It AS A HOME OR ABM .TORE,
Water ,Street, between Qur,o •An.i Washington, Chen.
WAGI)ii MAKING 1-116vIoir connected with his Drill
'artditake Factory that of W.rtron-tlakincf.and bolting
wmPloYed one of the beet pr:.micol Wagmfitaakers in the ; On pro Northwest - Corner of the ,Diamond
-Obtoty. he - fezts coufident lu a.enriug rarl4 - e - rl, and oth t
eta tweding this kind of nark: that he is prepared to 4
iemier entire sitidtetion to al i.who may leave their or-,;
'dem: AU Work entrusted to hint ill be: prpmptly andi
neatly exacta:o.ot moderate p. iire. el thqr fur new or old
stork. kitnners mreinvited t.t ralt, g" him 6 ,trial, and
get the worth of theirzuone:.. • , ' • •
alto carries on the Biach
ogrunniug, add employs m81;3111111 workman, who is able tr
do all hinds of nraithitig which 1. required for %Imams
. .. (183.1-SP,ILING GRAIN AND HAY ItATC.B.
.llscontl., ties to tomato .t hl + rilas.=
ettl Pate* ,
Pate , tirnin nod fifty ltnk a • i
,' arai" nate and County Right,' r ntle. 4 :
J dile I„'t. - . " - - AD: ST
AGRICUL TUR A L IMPLEMENI -.
BIANTJFACITURERS.-wm. L. Bal'Eß ci• .8./W.. i
.... I .',i.tth Eq. anti Germantown Aionne, - .
'''' • -
_nniartivrri afThe .
- lApininm Farm Gee !. 'ln.
fititiso I'ower:4/u' Thregbere, . .
Oren-far Sair intridnes,
-- - . Corn Shollei s,
. Grain rang,
• Cult i tatorg,
. Harrowg, ,
• •, . Nowg,
• ' and every snriety pr 'approved
Orlonitural I ntni emente.
&kr, for Circular and addrega -
WM. L. BOYER - ,I- BRO..
15.11: - 1-4y
, ItM GRIST MILL,
• The only reliable P iraier'n ll a Ist Mill.
-.lssinrple,durableaneleWcinnt. - ,
Grindinif kinds of knlii,rupittly. .
- ' 18 Mitred to Gorse Lowers.
• Every Farmer should hare one.
Price in aerate. -
&ad for descriptive Clreular and address
W. 1.. BOYER & BRO., "
' Agricultural linpiertionr Manufacturers,
Sixth st. mid Germantown Avenue, Philadelphia:
URN' SHELL ERS ! • •
SHELLER It . 4 1.1)1.1CG'S PATENT CORNSHELLEIt
and Feperatorandeleancr. tior Horse Power—its capacity
it trail:L.lDM to 1.500 ibub els per iliky. - The celebrated
STAR CORN BEI ELLER,
edrptarft,Whiind and licr.:. p . ocret. These Shellershom.
no stqintior. Addrem •
VPd. L. BOYER, & BRO.
Agriculturatllupleinant Slahrilactarera. •
anz 19.3 m - , -1
IT - 0 It . SPI POWERS. & THRESH
EBB.. . , •
Premium Endless Chain 'Horse Powers.
Iniptored Combined Thnmber. and Cleaners. _
- Premium Threshers and Ft perahire.
' Cirenter Saw Mach invli for Cross Cutting Wood.
Addreag " W if. L title-R& BRO., -
' ii Agnienitural Implement Manufacturers,
ang . l9'ihn 'Philadelphia. -
ARNE 13ELLS.---ifyers & Brand
are agents for Franklin co.. to sell the LEBANON
ht. 1.5,., These Bells aro superior to any other Bell
ma•!e in the State. We live sold a large number in the
county and find them to :Lire o el satisfaction. 'rheas
belle ere superior in tour to mor other Iron- Len, and
equal to tnoot brags hell.. 1 ,11 hells sold are warranted
to stand. and If any should break. we will supply a new
one 11 ‘ Ware.
.1 iii.• 17. 'tZ
)p LOWS; PLOWS !—The celebrat
,..!v.A.o V& SELF-Ali At:4'l:MM; and St eel ext end
g 'point Multi
WM. L. BOYER &
' Agricultural Intplataolta Manufacturers
pug 194 M Philadelphia
A 1111 BE - LLS.—Wc. are Agents to
• kelt the Lebanon Iron 'Deli. The ' , est article made.
I 'ladle warranted not to !weak,. Alidl and examine our
Aock. as we are determined Weill gm - 44 at ehortprofits.
Juna IT, MYERS & BRAND.
, itRVESTING TOOLS.—Forks
I Rakes, Scythes, Grad 1,4, Swabs. he,
' MYERS & BRAND.
lIsW QC.ARTEat, of VIA ztrStilizzAKNA,
' i Cliambereburg. September 18th, 1863,
. aENERAL ORDERS. NO. 14.-
ILA The following Proclamation, b 5 the President of '
the- United ttatte, is published for the information and
government of the Commanders of Troops, and all' con
corned In this Department :
Wall DaPateritkaT,Wardungton City,. September 18th
18.63 , --Gsnast.: I enclose to you a certified copy of tle•
President's Proclamation t suspending the Writ of flabem
_Ckupue. You will please see that bit executed in you.
Lepartment. Your obedient sergt,
(Signed.) EDWIN M. STANTON, Sec'y of War.:
I MAM General Dearns N. Coven,
Omega ruling Department of Susquehanna, s
Mani Quaarals, DEPARTMENT OP me StIsQUEIf.t.CC,S„I
OusOlLeisbUrg, Pa., September, ,18; - 1863.
'Offieinl - D. - N. C 077 elf, Major Genera/ (3mm cueing,
UltivitO 6T4TES Or Aitmuca.DaMtirrrear or Stara.'
To al) to wherre these presents stiall come, Greeting;
I &vilify. that the doenment hereunto annexed is a true
copy,Muty,exnuilued and compared with the original, on'
Me he this Department.
testimony whereof, .1 1 , William H. Seward. Secre
of 'State of the United States, have hereunto sub-.
scribed my name, and canned the seal - of the Department
of State to be afflxed.-
Done at the City of Washington, this sixteenth day o
Septentber. A. D., 1863, and of .the Independence of the
United States of AmeriCa, thetighty-eighth.
WILLIAM 11. SEWAILL • I
By Me President of the United Statu of America.
Waaax.ts, The Constitution of the United States a
America haaordained that the privilege of the writ of
, hciheascoryous shall not be suspended unless, when in cases.
.Of Rebellion or invasion, the public safety may require.
~it; arid whereas, a Rebellion was • existing.on the.3d clay
.. of A1an:141863, which. Rebellton is still existing; and
i whereas, by a statute, which was approved on that day,
it Was enacted by the Senate and Rouse of Representa
titres in Congress assembled that, during the present hr
stirreetion, the President °Utile United States, whenever
in his judgment the public safety may require, is author
to suspend the writ of habeas corpus in any case'
throughout the United States or any part thereof; and'
whereas, in the judgment, of the President of the United
States the public safety doesrfequire that the privilege of
the said writ shall now be suspended throughout the
United States, in the cases whereb y } the authority of the'
President df.t.he United States, the military, naval, and
'civil - officers cff,tlie, United States, or any of them held.
• persons under the commandor in their custody, el
prisonetsof Al-ar, spies, or alders or abettors of
enemy, or officers, soldiers, or seamen, enrolled, drafted,;!
'et Mustered or Lenlidted in,'"or,belonglng to the land ,or
naval omcors of the:United States, or as deserters there.;
- from, or otherwise answerable tO"-rallitary law, or this'
rules and articles of war, or the ruieiror re & ulations pre
scribed for the military or naval service;hyauthoritY . of
the'President of the United States, or for resisting a ,
cl,rti,ft, or for any other offenses against the military of
n aval Service:
Ncrw.therefore,l Abraham Lincoln, 'President of the
United Status,-do hereby proclaim and make known tot
, all whom it may concern, that the privilege of the writ
`of habeas corpus is suspended throughout the United •
States in the several cases before mentioned, and that
Abis suspension will continue throughobt the duration
ct thesaid Rebellion, or until this Proclamation swill.
by a subsequent one, to be issued by the President of the
!United States, he modified or revoked: And Ido hereby
" i erialre aft' magistrates, attorneys and other civil oilleers
within thd.United States,and ofliceea and others in'
militprY and naval services of the United States. to ,
. takedistinct.notice of this suspension and to give it full t
effect:and:all citizens orthe United States to conduct
.tind govern themselves accordingly, and in c :nfOrtnitry
with the Constitution of the United States and the laws it
Congress in such cases made and provided.
- Itrtestbnony whereof, I hereunto sot my hand and'
caused-the seal of the United States to be affixed, this
fliteruth day of September. in the year of our Lord one:
' thousand eight hundred and sixty-three, and of the In-
drpendence of the United States of America the eighty.
eighth. ABRAIIAM LINCOLN'.
• By the President: WILISAMIL Scwann, Sec'y of Slats.
By command of Major General Corea:
seat JNO. S. SCRULTZR. Aspt A v e G,„O.
. AD QUARTERS PROVOST
, - flfirATsfiAL, si2tetnch District, Penney:rania
t 118 mbdriburg, October 5, 1893.—The ADrafted Mon of
" Eranklint.lounty have been ordered to report according
'to the number of their notices, as follows ;
Wednerdaz, October 14 0 042 to 211
'humbly, i_ •'• 15 .2117 to 210/.
. Friday. 16 0 102 10 " 4 . 1 ,..A .
- Plturdtly, 'e 17 .9267 to 2444
Itlembiy, • " . 19 • - .2545 to 2419
'5 Itowlay. • " 20
.2420 to 2.194
`Wrolueadar " 2.1 • .2495 to 2566
lint:illy, - " 2^ " 2570 to 2572
The names will be called eaeli day newt : ding to mum-
I , er, commencing with thailret. Those who, do not rin
.ast or, proroptly will be, put at the foot of tho list and
probably lose their opportunity of Appearing; before the
11 , Ard ferthat day.-
By order of the Board' of Enrollment, -
. GEO. RYSTED,
Capt. & Pro'. Mar. 16th Dist, Penna.
Everything, and more than ie visually kept In Drtil,
&Al Regular Drugs,
Cough Syrups. . ! . I
Hurray's Camphorated Cprdial, . t l
t will'eure Diarrhea, i
Cordials, Certain Remedies, 1 ; .
Rheumatic liniments, - ' i
- Anodyne Cordial,
That Protector 1 :
i And 'Nether's Friend,
. 'Worm Syrup", i 1
_ And Lexengem, '', , - .
Cad Liver Oils, , .:-
?told Extract 7:tuella,
= • Liddeay's !Rood Searcher, i
And all other Standard Preparations of the
None Others Kent at this Douse.
Sel \ PS, about forty kindi; ,:
Pgarnaecnr, the_beet of all kinde4:
Howe and CArrtn Ponnts, that, can be relied On;
Kneelers OIL and LIMPS, and
4 I.Kznosans LAMP Crumnare
Juno 17, '33. bhamborsburg. i'
Wit. BiIYeRR, JR. ''l CHAS. A. CRESSLF.R. 1
ITIEYSER &;•: CRESSLERI, l.
•- GRADLI AT ES "IN • PHARMACY,
DRII.GS, CHEMICALS, MEDICINESAn..
, ; - CIfANBEABBURO: PA.
r. - PURE. , DRUGS.. l ' 1
Knoovin g the importance to the Patient. as well as ti.•i
the Physician, to have pure reliable Medicines, we make
our purchases from finit•clasa Houses. All our Tinctn rm.. I
Syrups. Fluid Extritcht. Pills and other preparations are
made by ourselves, and every article examined- befere it
C H-E 3111. - CA.L S . j -
We buy our Chemicals from the best manufictarers in
the country. and are satisfied they are pure and of full
strength. We have a constant supply , of PHOTO. •
. PATENT MEDICINES'. -
We have constantly on band all the standard Fatent '
Medicines, and warrant them genuine. • • - I
FAMILY- ri :Y _ E C0I; 0 Th! i . I
Black, Drab, Blue, Green, Scarlet, Magentor, Db, Brown,
Slate and many other collie's, witit directions that any -
one can color by, for 15
j.j and 25cents. . i
KEROSENE LAPS AND 01Li , I
Shades and Chlmnies, ail Of beautiful styles, of thje best'
quality and very cheap. j ..-
Artists' Oil Co'ors, Canvas and Brushes, fine Eltiactsand . 1
Cologne, fine and'aniap Soaps, flair, Cloth and 'Tootll
Brushes, Horn and iln Um Comba.
'POCKET BOOKS ANIi WALLETS.
A large assorttnenti at all prices. •
- O'NI.EL'S HORSE POWDER ; 1
Has been sold in this establishment for fifteen years. i
We believe it the beet'in use. We have all the best
HORSE MEDICINES OP THE DAL • ' 1
The Prescription Counter is under our own *metal -
care, and we humbly believe that we can give satiefac- •
tton to all who will give their prescriptions to our care. I
la. ifetlicines can be had at night, or on Sunday by i
calling s at the Store' or at W. Heyser's eSidencel a few ,
doors South of the Store: • I
We buy all goods at Hie lowest market rates, and sell .l
at Par pries • , Oct 7.63
Nt.,DY S Medical Discovery,
Sem e's Cod Liver Oil,
'Lindsay's 810041 Searcher, •
Hostetter's StOmech Bitters
Brown's Essence of Jamaica Ginger,
Radway'a Medicines, 1
Spaldiao Throat ConfCctionii,
Browns TrocheA. ; -
and other reliable 'Medicines at tiPANGLER'S.
R ( O F IN-G..
Boor 'Ng Ready to own,
.I.OuFING m4yr durable than Tin.,
.ROOFING a half the cost of Tin.
ROOFING for Steep. or Flat Ralfs
FOR 'I'ACTORIES., , r, .ig et enactment./ ears testimonials of her •emit eat
FOR, BARNS, I fittnrs to instrnot in the higher branches, final aSentinary
FOR' ALL BUILDINGS ! .; in tho West, where she taught for sevend years: The
f iitic ever
This Roofing la made of•the heavieAt woven a 1 C pri i t i tu mi try x. te y il art ritent is chiefly- under the care et Miss
the effects of whose energy anti efficiency
used for the purpose.—Manufactured solely by ourselves Intlieflouri hit g condition of the ilepirtment,
appear , ii I .
and secured by Patent, I I Miss Z. C. pi, Forest fs well known us an able and expe.
Put up in rolls and shipped to all parts 'of the Conntry. , rie„ed teliehttr of music. •
and usually for sale by hardware merchants and Guilders. TUITION.—Frunt $5 to $l5 per session of five months,
•It can beapplied by any common workinair, i , Doardirig..3s6o.
We also manufacture: TEM . :runts FUP.NISHED.—SchooIa end Ninnies in
LIQUID GOTTA PERCIIA CEMENT, I . need of teachers. can hear of yonturlaties well qualified,
Mt REPAialla I, ' chiefly graduates of the institution, by adilrereduA
LEAKY TIN ROOFS,! A / sep 30-tf,,j Rev lIESICY REEVES Principal.
CHEAPER THAN OIL PAIN?.. • . ,
- HEAVIER BODY THAN an; imiar. i CIIAM.BE R.SI3-t BA; ACADEMY.
MORE DRRABLE THAN orb TA INT] 1
It forms a permanetly adhesive, elaidic coating over It REF iTTED ..1141) REORGAYT,ZA * O.
the whole surface of the tin. filling up all
s,, the sin:tiler / VI ill open its fall term on Monday, September Tth.
RUST goLE - ,- ..
. • Large additions have been made to ire alrev.4lyextnnoire
ipparattts, a full anti efficient corps of teachers has been
And often saving the expense of a new roOf./ ' .. :. -mployed and no pains or expense spared to render our;
OUR COMPOUND -
OCTTA PERCHA CEMENT I 'moor the first Institutions of 'kenning in the country.
• Particular attention paid to Teachers rind young men
is especiallytelapted to repairing' 1 : .roparing for College.
LEA A - 1 - SHINGLE ROOFS, . , _ -
A Primary Department Mr little 'Boys and Girls will
' a CIIIMNIES, / ' I 1,0
opened in the Adademy tinder charge of MisB Sehively,
I SKTLIGHTR, ,' . . n %%Well the eirments of Spelling. _Reading, Writing,
ice„ die., 4re, If c. i krithnint ie. ae, graphi , and Graturtar 1011 be thoroughly
This's a thick, tenacious , compound, applied] with i • - aught. Tuition In this department: $3 quarter.
trowel or similar instrument, and does nut dry np an. "••• For further part iodate send fir circular or apply to
crack, as do all other articles used fur this nntpiste. . he Principal,
CIRCULARS AND SA.M.PLS _...
1 ., Of the newly Rooting sent by mail whan desired
---.,.. Literal aritingementatnade with Agents.
READY ROOFING ,CO.,
,twig. 2f4y , - - I'3 Malden Lane, Nett York
AND SEED WAREI-101,184
21 and 23 South Sixth Street, Philadelphia.
DAVID LANDRETH a: SON, Proprietors of Dl4OMPilfl'e,
which contains near four hundred scree. in blgh'titth,
I. Toted to the production of :GARDEN SEEDS, .ate now
orepared to aupplreountry Merchants, Druggists and
lii others who deal in iieeds, witn large or 'lrma quan
tities, by the pound or bushel, and also in papers made
ready for retailing.. '7
The ilstablishment represented by David Landreth &
ion. has beet' founded nearly Y's of a century.
The wide spremrpopularity, and thelletnand',lncreaa•
ingfrom year to year. pr
'evidence of the high value entertained fcr them by
Landreth'a Garden deeds are not only favorably re ,
rived throughout the:Delon. but are, shipped to many
oreign ports. ludee(ll it may be elated with national
'ri le that they Conte Tito active competition with , Dog
ish Seed on British 8011. •
David Landreth & Son invite all who are not already
iirc limners of their tiltrden Seeds, to make a 'trial of
heinAlssured that they will be found fully equal to
heir high repo tation.l
Landreth's lineal Register and &Intense containing
atniogue of Darden Seeds. with Instructions, furnished
,ettt th. Alse—Catalogue of A RI - imitate., litniielnenis,
DAVID ' , ANDRE= & SON,
Nos. 'a and 24 ' ouch 6th
aug. 12,13-1 y
IS MILLER 64 ECENSECErS,
WEESE CA-`1 BE HAD,
CHEAP ; FAR CAL3L;
THAT WILLj' NOT , IritS4K,
e, ositan, 41Ainntbeitibuig,-
PEOPLE OF FRANKLIN COUNTY,
who have_LOST MONEY by the
and to an others who dogre‘to
Millis AND SAVE Motia
Yrboleash and Nana
DEALER IN MERCILANDISE,
hit* just returned from tho - Etot amlopooed , the follovr
,ng Hat of figESlf lIHILC!IANbISE, which be proposes
to Bell - •
WHOLESALE AND DETAIL,
CHEAPER THAN THE CIiEPEST :
100 Barrels Brown Sugar.
40 " White "
60 •• Situps and Molasses.
3000 Pm choice Hams.
5000 Sides and Shoulders.
400Baga D. A. Salt:
60 Bags Ashton Fine Salt; ' • •
1000 Sacks Table or t ilialrY. zlalt
50 Boxes Prime Cheese;
25 gross Essence Coffee
1.500 lbs. Excelsior Coffee.
50 bbls. No.l, land 3; Mackerel •
100 boxes Scotch Herring.
60 din. Twine and Bed •Corde.
100 Dozens Corn Brooms;
75 Dozens Assorted Brushes; '
50,000 Segara at Manufacturers' Prices;
100 isegsof Naffs.
50 dozen Curry-Combs and florae - Cards.
tuff gross Matches at factory prices;
200 dm, Masen'ef:ihee Blacking at factory prlcee
60 do'z. packed Smoking Tobacco.
25 gross Stove Pollish. •
25 gross Indigo In boxes. -
100 Tea. Indigo in lump.
100 doz. Pint and half pint Flasks at Factory prie
25 " Wine Bottles.
100 " Fancy Soaps.' -
by the barrel,
PAINT ND BUCK RTS• by the dotes, -
GROUND and UNGROUND SPICES, at wholesale
prices ; also,
110USEKEEPINil Alt 4 ICLES,
TOBACCO OF ALL KINDS.
from 5 re s . to also:, at City prices, together with han
ds etle of article's notnamed, all of which will be politely
shown tv castomera, and if not Italie/ad after examiast-
t ion. that -
IfIS STOCK -IS THE LARGEST LY THE TOWN
.AND HIS PRICES THE LOWESI.
vrlll not expect to make sales,
I nm determined to sell goods very ehenp and thereby
sell the more of them. =
The special attention of country merchants is irtifte
to this stock of Merchandise, as I can and will sell g.i0.13
as low as any Jobbing }lonia in the City.
On all articles I can do tumult, anA on man/ articles
better, than 'lt single barrel, boi;package'br dozen
could be bought for In the city.
July 29, '63-tf. WILLIAM' llP,T,wings
KEROSENE OIL. •
- WILLIAM OELWICES,
Llotesela and retail GROCER, (mile Diamond, Chain
burg, Pa., has been appointed Agont tor Franklin Loamy
of oneof the beat KEROSENE OIL COMPANIES in [lO
State. and will well OiL, WHOLESALE AM? I?EPA IL
a+ low any Itett.+e to Pittsburg or Philadelphia Wk
to your interest and buy your OIL where you get, rt the
Cheapest. end whersit I 6 ItlvrAyo warranted to / be the
very. first quality. [July 29',113.tf.
FOR YOUNG LADIe.S...--The fall sedition has cam
mencedrbut boarders can enter at any time, and will be
charged accordingly. Th2re is room f.ir ; two more tam: ,
derconly. Day-scholars, enteeing the first or second
week in October, will be cb.toted for four-fifths ids set
libel. Those who mimetic" , shortly may net be too late
for the new Studies of tiny 88:011olt. -A large attendance..
both In the primary and academical departments, glees
evithince of an interestvin the school not surpassed In
any former period. Miss S. li.Curtis. assistant in the
higher deportment. Amara testimonials of he emit cut
J. R. KiNNET. Principal.
A.OVERFIZLD, A. 8., Latin and 11.
A. K.Tnluxsß,Commerciai Department.
Miaa R.II.SRLTRLT, Siusic, - Drawing and Principal of
Cliautberaburtt, an& 12,133,
'Mato, ap,g aub Suro. ,
A ANcY FURS ! FANCY FURS! !
t - JOHN PARXIAII,
11 Arch St., belov Bfh scrwth Phild'a. ,
Imparter. Manufacturer Qf and Deafer in all kinds of
VANCY FURS I far Laditte and Chi/draft's Wear.
wish to return my thanks to my friends of Franklin
and thesurrounding Counties„, for their very liberal pat
ronaxo extended to me during the last few years, and
would say to them that I now have in store, of my own
Importation and Manufacture a very extensive assort
' went of all the different kinds and enahtias of FANCY
FURS, for Ladies and Children, that will be worn during
the ran and Winter seasons.
Being . the direct Importer of all my Fors from Europe,
and havnig them all Manufactured under rayown super
, vision—enables me to offer my customers and the public
a much handsomer Set of Furs for the same money.
4 Liulies please give Me'a cell before purchasing ! Fleaso
remenuber We name, number and street.
No. 718 Arch St. Pbiladelphia.--z
mept 9-0 M
TATS, . CAPS AND • STRA.W
GOODS. lam now prepared to ftwalsh my cne•
veers with al.l the new styles of Hats, Cape and Straw
Jdn, whichpant sell low. . J. L,DECHERT.
• 4 dooraSOuth of Eyeter,& Bra.
- MEW STOCK of STRAW GOODS
lat ola price!. at - .DEctittart3.
QOPT HATS of all colors, styles,
and qnsdit!e4rOm fifty cents up, cast and get bar
gidne at - • " amours.
NOTIONS, &e, ,Se.,
:..,p i DtetL
WESTERN HOTEL ( West Maiket
- se.; iviar the arictge, Chambersioarg. Pa.
, The aubscriber would tuspectfully inforin the 'travel
ing community that he Las prdeliaxsed and taken pranws
slob (ir this Hotel. Ile hopes to make it one of the most
desirable places for strangers and others to atop at that
can be frond In any country town.
BIS'TAIIhSS will at all times be spread with the ha--
infra and substantials atilt. season:
HIS CUAMBEItS are large, well ventilated, ansifitted
Up In modern style,
HIS kM t will be well snpplied with a large and choice
'micelles' of the very beat Urinate. ' •
MS STABLE - will always be - provided with good
Wholeanme provender for stock, and attended by divan'
-ostlers. - •
_Yu painswill be spared to render entire satisfaction tc
all his guesta; - ami pfeding himself to endeavor to; please
all. he solicita a liberal storeof the public patronage.
atthe !•13 - . JOHN snutat.
- UNION ROTEL.—This Itotet is
• kj situated on the corner of Slain and Queen streets,
near the Munson& in thellorongh Chantbershurg,,Pa,
The undersigned respectfully Anuinntere to the trnvel
lug PUblie that this Maul loss been reutoilled. It has
been raised to TIMES' STORIES In height. A Sue
threestirry Back Building hat been misled to it, giving
en tnimenee amount of room for the accommodation of
the public geuerlliy. The rooms are large and Comfort
able. numbering in all, thirty-live. They aro all well
furnished with 000 D NEW YUIINITURE. Persona
stopping nt this Lintel can have either double or dinOe
MOMS, with or without tire in them. The Table - is al.
wnys supplied with the ISBT IK
.1:111.1 NIABISILT, and
will seat over Dv persons.
The Bar is filled frith the ctioicHsT LIQUORS. The
Stable is two.steries, of the must niedern style, and the
best in the Borough otChanibunbbneg,
Junerl7 JOHN FISHER. Proprietor.
LIRANKLIN HOTEL— West side of
thi Pit - Ric Square, Cbei;tbersloirg, Pe.
The subscriber would respectfully intone the Travel
log Connnunitv that he lots lesh - ed and taken possession
of tititteetuntodions lintel. Ile hopes to make it one of
the most desirable places for streakers end alms to
stop that can be feintl in nay country town.
1118 TABLE will :a all times be spread with the lux
uries and subbtantiolts of 016 season.
1113 c 'ffikll.l3uns are large. well ventilated, and fitted
up in modern style.. ' -
111 . 3 . 11 AP will be well supplied With a large and choice,
selection of the vary bevit, Liquors.
, 1113 , STABLE will always be provided with good,
wholesome pretender fur stock, and attended by careful
No pains sill be spared to render entiresatisfaction to
Jill his uuest ; and plecluing hi itfielf to endeavor to plume
nil, he solicit , a liberal shared' tip public patronage.
June . DANIEL TROSTLE.
- WHITE SWAN 'HOTEL, (ham-
W bersburg; Pa.— Mew" GOTT. Proprietor.
' Having purchased t la well-known Hotel. (long known
no Miller& an recently as %NW & Grove's.) the Prepri
et,r ple4gee himself that no Orvins shall be spored to
minister to the wants of
The character heretofore sustained by the House no a
comfortable Home for the Sojourner, shall uot, suffer in
my hands if a conrtant effort to please and acootemodati
will sustain it. Tile proprietor, therefore, aunt:its a
continuance of the liberni patronaff beret. fore- extend
ed to the White mran."
In addition to large Stabling, be hag TWO LOTS and
a pail' of LIAT and sroom SCALES for the accommodation
of Drovers and Butchers
ViI:LtLS covcat,v. - IMiIID ft HU rCHiBOlt.
0. 1 7. ERLY •HUTCHISON
IL/ 'Have become the Proprietors of the mum
ST k'l'ES HOTEL, near the Railroad Depot at HAItHIS
BURG.. Pa. This popular and commodious Hotel has.
been 'newly refitted and furnished tbrougnout its ptwe.
lora and chambers, and. is now ready for the'rteep!den
of guests. ,
The travellingpublic will find the United States/Hotel,
the moat convenient, in all particulars, of any gotel in
the State Capital. on account of its access to i the rail
road., being immediately between the two great depots,
in this cite. [IIIELAISBMIG,J noel? : 'B3-tf.
44- WaYnoboro''Recnrd, MerceraburgiTournal, and
Greoamoitto F t d, copy 3m., and crtarge/Reporitary.
TEE PROPRIETORS OF THE
; G . IRA. R D S
Resnertfully eal ‘ the attentiuduf Business Men.iind the
t. a velin g community, to the aUperier accoulmaxlax iota aad
cam rim t oflercii in their es tAbliphmem t.
aug. 2.waut ./K P.NAtyk, FOWLER & CO.
T.NDI.AN QUi 4EN 110Tr 4 .li, Main
Strret, Chamber burg. Pa. JOHN TAYLOR,
Proprietor. Pine aCcommodations and loi charges.
j Stock rar4i and Scales are conptitfted with the
pretn ises for the/conYenience ef Drovers. AlscP—Exteu
sire stahUng itia yards fur Horses andCurriegei„
June Pi, • '
. D. , p anb ganrp eutai.!
G / REAT BARGAINS
FROM NEW YOIZAI" AUCTIONS! I I
.. t AT WALLAC.E'S, : l'
CORNER OF MAIN AND QUEEN STREETS.
New style Mosauddainca. .
, 1 1
tusint cheno Plaid,
Twil'ed Masanchiques for travelling. dresses, - I
bninainr 3lnslin belaines in colors, I
Colored Lawns and Crape de Pany. I
Ithick-Silk. superior quality.
Superior hyons Rodzeater Silks, (sublime4nality.)
A large lot of Linen Cambric ILualketchieta, . '
A large lot of It islt Linen,
Jaconet Collars, now style, , I
511 Dozens ',sines, :Misses I%nd Men's Cotton Hose, i
'.• White Linen and Cotton Duck, , . i
Superior French Doeskin,
superior solid color MA'AM° Fig Silks,
Sup •rior Urey Lonnanas, ' •
Superio Grey Poplin,
- Best quality Grey Lennaras, ' ....,
silks.N„eck Ties and eel lat s„
Ladies and }bases' Fillet Mitts; '
Marseilles Testings, •
Super: Ladies and Men Kid Gloves, - I
• Ilandsouie New style Prints and tiingliatns. ,
Drummlß. Vol net. Tli toe-ply (naperfor line) oret common
Your-runt flve-font enCon and Cotton Notting,
4-4 E-4 s: 10-4 .1 0 10 or
SKIRTS: SKIRTS SKIRTS !
• _ m. A. JONES'
CELtillitATEi) " NE PLUS 'ULTRA" SULT,
SOLD OM.T tt
N 0.17 NORTH Bth St., PHILADELPHIA.
Skirts of all lengths, and any size waist made to Order,
and satheaction guArran teed.
Ladies. ilissois and Children's Skirts of every aim and
shape. constantly on hand.
&try warranted for Viz. Noaths.
• READ HOW WE DO BUSINESS.
We do not make an p skirts in the coutnivueccop
tation of the term, At we melee
THE CHEAPEST SKIRTS 11.4 DE,
becalm we ‘unkm
TILE BEST AND DEFY COMPETITION
Waworrant every skirt we sell to be exachty as rep ;
• repented. We make an we seta; ilud knowing lop* they
are ninde wegoarantee them with foli "coalidence. If
we sell a biaiskirt we wilt earlietitg. it for liht, one. and
if th e y o w out of order OT 'break within six months, we
tail repair them free of Charge.
Si',' to kale our customers full - satisfaction, hut
we cannot do an and uempete With the law priced aitet inn
goods. Wedepend entirely upon the, superiority of the
goals we offer, and the farness of our method of , 10it, 6
°Mors loft .t co,rynca's Book Store.
DIRECTIONS PON MEASUREMENT.
Take the exact size of the waist, without any allow
-once. The exact length required and the -size around
the. bottom spring. Alfa if the sitirt‘iir to be, large,
small, or medium size atthe top, and whether a trail or
plain round skirt. M 4. JONES,
- Nol7 North Sth St., Philadelphia.
aug 19-tf Over the Wax figure.
MILLINERY AND STRAW 400DS,
I have the pleasure of litforming tny enatomare and
the public generidly that I b two nowt on 'panda tall
stock of FALL and WINTER GOODS, inclnding FRENCH
PATTERN BONNETS, RIBBONS, SILKS, VELVETS,
LACES, FRENCH. and AMERICAN FLOWERS, F EATII
AIso—STRAW. BEAVER and FELT lIATS and Bon
nets of the latest styles and designs: -
N 0.218 Arch St.,Philadelphla.
t rIE PUBLIC ARE INFORMED
that we havOrecelyed 0111" first supply of FALL
ia WINTER'GOODS which we offer Ai lowas the Mar,
ket wilt afford. We intend during the continuance of
the'war excitement along our border to replenish our'
stock once a month, sell cheap m heretofore "and thus
offer, inducements to all who want anYthini; in our line
to patronise us nnimpassedby any other house in the
State. Oar assortment comprises everything in the Dry'
Gcoods line. Millinere take notice that we are now pre.
pared to-sell Fall and and • WinteeMillinery at: Phila.;
delphia prices, [sep 341.5 t) d. HOKEIt CO. '
•A OT .
BLE EXTRACT. A PURE TONIC.
DR. HOOFLAND'S GERMAN'HITTERS,
- Prepared by
DR. C. M. ~Tsckeon, Philadelphia, Pa.,
Will effectually care
L WEE COMPLAINT, DYSPEPSIA,
-: JAUNDICE, CHRONIC OR - NERVOUS
Diseases of the kidneys, and all diseases arising
from a disordered Liver or Stomach.
Such as Constipation; Inward Piles. Fullness or
Blood to the Head. Acidity of the Stomach. Nau
sea. Heartburn, Disgust Ihr Food. Fulhicss or
Weight in the Stomach, Sour Eructations, Sinking
or fluttering at the Pit of the Stomach, Swimming
of the - head, Hurried and Difficult , Breathing, Flu:
tering at the Heart. Choking or Suffocating Sensa
tions *hen in a lying posture. Dimness of Vision,
Dots or Webs Wore the Sight; Fever and Dull Pain
in the Head, Deficiency' of Perspiration,Yellowness
of the Skin and Eyes. Pain in theSide.Bapk. Chest,
Limbs, ,te.. Sudden Flushes of Heat Burning in the
Flesh, Constantimaginings. of Eril, and great De
pression of Spirits. .
And will positively prevent - Yellow Freer, Bilio-ue
./Yeerr. Ae. They contain no ALCOHOL A BAIL
WHISKEY ! They will cure the-above diseases in
ninety-nine eases out of a hundred.
Induced by the extensive sale and universal pop
ularity of Hopll:and's German Bitters tpurely vege
table). hosts of Ignorant Quacks and unscrupulous
'adventurers have open( d upon suffering humanity
theof Nostrums, in the shape of poor
whiskey, vilely compounded with injurious tlrurts.
and christened Tonics. Stomachics and Bitters.
Beware of the innumerable array of Alcoholic
preparations. in plethoric bottles and big-belliefi
kegs. under the modest appellation of Bittors.whieb
instead of curing, only aggravute disease, and leave
the disappointed sufferer in despair.
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS:
Are not a now and untried article, but havesto,
thp test of fifteen years' trial by the American pp
lie ; and their reputation and sale are not rivalled '
by tiny similar preparation. ' /
The proprietors have thousands of Letts s from
the most eminent CLERGYMEN. LA ITY:RS,
PHYSICIANS AND CITIZENS. testify ' df .I.teir
own personal knowledge to the beneficial` effects and
medical virtues of these Bitters. „ / • .-
Do von want something to titrentyn You F •
Do you want a owl oppefiteJ' •
Do you want to bead up I/Dorf...Ernst/tut/on?
Ito you want to feel well f t -
Do you want to get rid of /YerrowleB B /
.Do you want Energy! /
ND° you want to sleep welt !
Do you want a bri , dr and rigorous feeling? '
If yolidii, use . .
HOOPLA - NW G/ER3IAN - 'BITTERS t'.
•/ _ .
From Rev. J. Xiirion Brown, D. D., -Editor of, the
Encyc/opedia of Religious Knowledge.
Although n disposed to favor or recommend Pa
tent Medicints in geneTral, through - distrust'of th,oir
ingredienVand effects, I yet' know of no SiItECICJA
reasons why a man may not testify to the benefits he
belieF'himself to have received "froth uny simple
props tion, in the hope` that he may thus eontrib• ,
ute t the benefit of others.
do this the more readily in regard to Hooftand 4
' rman Bitters. prepared by Dr. C. M. Jackson, of
is city. because I was prejudiced against them for
many years: under the impression that they were
chiefly an alcoholic mixture. lam indebted to MY"'
friend, Robert Shoemaker, En, for the removal_ of
this prejudice by proper tests, and for encourage
ment to try them. when suffering from great and
Mug continued debility. The use of throe bottles of
'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. Lhad not
felt for six months before, and hadahnost despaired
of regaining. I therefore thank God and toy friend
for directing me to the use of-them.
'J. NEWTON BROWN.
Philadelphia, June Z. IS6I.
There are miinp . preparations tad under the ?Rune
of Biters, put up ,*n quart hottlm, compounded of the
• cheapest whiskey or common rum, costing from )to
•10 cents per Dalluu, the taste disguised hqxluise or Co
Thi n c l as s of Bitters hits caused and will continue
to cause as tong as they can he Sold, hundreds to die
th e death of the drunkard. Ity their use the aystem
is kept continually tinder the influence of Alcoholic
&iron/ants - of ihe worst kind, the desire for 'jailor le
created and kept up, mid the result is all the horrors
attendant upon a drunkard's life and death.
For: those who desire and WILL HA Kills Liontir
Bitters, we publish the following reoelPt. Get ONE
BOTTLE HOOPLA:I' LI'S &ERMA At 'BITT.E.MS
and mix with THREE fjLAZITS 01'6'00D BRAN
DY OR WHISKEY, and the result will be &prepa
ration that tctll fur excel in medicinal virtues and
true excellence any of flee numerous Liquor Bitters in
the market, and mill cost ;ouch less. )''ou will have
all the virtges of If 00PLA D'S BITTE'IiS in con
nection with a good article of Liquor. at a Much less
price than them inferior,preparations will coat you,
ATTENTION, SOLDIERS t
AND TEIE FRIENDS OF SOLDIERS
We call the attention of all having:relations or
friends in the army to the fact that ' Hooftand
German Bitters" will cure nine-tenths df the.disca
eel induced by exposures and privations incident to,
camp life. In the lists published ahem 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 Boolland's German Bitters. Diseases
resulting from disorders of the digestive orglw Iva
speedily removed. We have no hesitation an 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
-well authenticated cure of one of the
nation's hero's, whose life, to use his own language,
" has been saved by the 13itters:"
1 3 1111.ADKLPHIA, August 2,i, 1562.
Muer,. Jones d: L'erins.—Well, gentlemen, your
, Itoolland's German Bitters has saved my life. There
is no mistake in this. It is vouched for by numbers
of my comrades, some of whose names aro append
ed, and who were fully cognizant of all the cireum
stanges 'of ray case, lam. and have been for the last
four years, a member of' Sherman's celebrated Bat
tery. and under the iramediate.comniand 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 was for 72
days in the hospital.. This was followed by great
debility, heightened by an attack of 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 Stine. Since
that time Ihave 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 morsel down, 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 these circumstan
ces, and, accordingly, the physicians. who bud been
working faithfully, though unsuccessfully, to rescue
me from the grasp of the dread Atelier, frankly told
me they could do nu more forum and advised me
to see a clergyman, and temake such disposition of
my limited funds as best suited me. An acquaint- .
since who ^isited me at the hospital, Mr. Frederick
Steiabron, of Sixth below Arch Street, advised me,
as a forlorn hope, to try your Bitters, and kindly
procured a bottle. From /hotline I commenced ta
king them the gloomy shadow of death receded'. and
I aro now, thank God for it, getting better. Though
I hAre taken but two bottles, I have gained ten
nounds, and I feel sanguine of being permitted to
rejoin my wife and daughter, from whom I have
heard nothing for eighteen months: for, gentlemen
lain 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 vagnie
fears—to your Bitters will I owe the privilege of
again clasping to my bosom those who aro deafest
to me in lif6.
` 77— - (3 tine , 11.
Very truly Yours, ISAAC MALONE.
_concur in the truth of the above state
ment, as was had despaired of seeing our comrade.
Mr. Malone, restored to health. .
JOHN CUDDIINSACK, 7st New York Battery.
GEO. A. ACKLEY Co. C, 11th Maine.
LEWIS CHEVALIER, 92d New York.
L. E. SPENCER. let Art., Batt'. F.
J. B. FASEWELL. Co. B. 3d Vermont.
HENRY B. JEROME Co. B. •
HENRY T. MeDONALD. Co. C. 6th Maine.
JOHN F. WARD. Co. E.6th Maine.
HERMAN KOCH. Co. H. 724 N. Y.
NAT. B. THOMAS, Co, F, 95th Pa.
A. J. KIMBALL; Co. A, 3d Vermont.
JOHN JENKINS, Co. B. 106th Pa.
BEWARE OF, COUNTERFEITS!
See that the signature of "C. M. JACKSON."
is on the WRAPPER of each bottle.
PRICE PER BOTTLE. 'IS.CTS
OR RALF DOZ. FOB $4.00.
Should yoUr nearest druggist not have the articl',
at, not be put oft by any ofthe intoxicating pro Pan
s that may be offered in its place, but send to us.
and we will forward, seourelY packed, by tmoress.
PRINCIPAL .OFFICE AND MANUFACTORY,
No. 631 Awn' 'iTPKV. ; ',
o ON.ES TWA:NA,
FOR SALE by Druggists an4Dealers in everY,
tolvet in the United States. [Athe 17 ly.
(Succeisors to C.l Jackson & Co.).
erbattO;Catintt- - Mart,
EIEER, UN DER'LA.-
11_,F$ ERR. i'ECOSH STREET, Eh T WP.EN
CRAMIJ hSB 1: 6', PA
tends to , the' business in nil its v3%1101114 •i•lAYnliesi.-.'ltur.:
ocular attention' paid to Laying. Dreilvinn, Ig.
flaring the advantage of n large custoin,and of LaiftdS
his elbck cheap for rash. lip can furnish
COFFINS OF EVERY D.ESCRIPTION -
at lower 'rake than any ether t.tuldishluent , in %image ,
county. Ho ilees not as a Chair ?Joker offer Pro vicil6,
Nit. an Undertaker Off/tent -Wore "P'" - " te.116
&alums. Poisons reiptit nig the servires .of an Hodes.
taker for their families yr friends, vaadd 11011 i! yiYtt ti.
filly to their adrautage to girt Mal a call.-*
lie is oleo prepared to preserve isslies daring
months any length of time. Having ptirChtufed
exclusive right to use
Snider's intprored Meth od - of Cuteriv ClOntih•
he is thereby ou.kbled to furniiih a BLACK Clerblilli Lueitts
at an exceedingly ton , rate. Arid-also having anew sod
elegant ilk:Altdrl. he is prepared to lurpistr Cloflintkile
Any pert of tilos:utility desired. Ile in Ag.ut fur
FLYk'S PATENT-YETAL.LIU BURIAL CAW.'
Orden. Ws absence ,tr ut. -nittbt st,otild be lett.,
Wit residence, West. Market Street, "prosite 3liireass
NEW' CABINET-WARE ROOMtL
The luniereigii iit - reipecifni y initionticre toil*
ci tivqvc 4) t C I:un bbribnig RH vieiul%J, t hut Le WAR tittfi
thy Ihsyny iminethilttly t.r Dr. 8940-
6erOti.o4 Matu_street, where he intends - to tatictitacttctie
erery dihcriptivai ,
Such rut Sorts, tailor Taideo, i Common Dinettes*:
'i't nrthohes, ~ - ' ltri.akftist do: I Wit - st..rtll:: 'CIO,
1.1”1 . sills, 'lliuiOg, do. : . tzniss. Stasi, •
lAmuges. boa:tapes, SY:WI :.ittMds.,:
Rocking Chairs, tze.c iet 'tries, jtetiotStuts,,i.c. '
rile Pos. do. . clothes Horse. new sole. , r -__L.,
All work constructed by. him is wartithtsta,frant ibe
hl!tot '4. , ots. down to tho most common wore— ~ •-•
c . . COFFINS* - ...
Particular altonthat wilt ,Le given to the ,meltitut et
CutYmn of att.! , deelred Atyle—Cloth. Wahl tor Chen
urs.ketnenther, When you buy your rttrutture
DAVID W.fiktOSS3IAN, you ore getting the Melt
and the Jlestt of work.
7¢¢o 77..1&6i . AAYID W. enialsktilt.
fIITAIR AND CABINET -21ANtr
-11A,CTOItY.—The subscrther informs th e 'midis/ .
that he Contintleel the manufacttre of the yarinus articles
in Ms line, at his factory upon West Queen Street. elf,
duorS from Slalu. ,Ile has always on hand or le prepared
,tu manufacture upon the elierteet notice. Cane Butte,*
Sufi Whufs , r Chaim with Hap nr.tf Curtail) Bedstead&
_Vier and Card Tables, Bureaus. Wash btanBa and thik
THHNI-N0.411 all its - varieties. attended to with prorrtyp -
nese end. despatch. - 11013. 1 1: nil - 441 e
brandies. exe. rated by competent Minds. .
PAYER 111NOING.—Particalor attention will
given to this clepariMent and satisfaction in evety - .11-
rianceslummieett ' -
Having employed ft, sufficient number of competent
bonds, the onderslumed feels misured of being enabled
fill all ordersin n worktaanliho ninuner. and respet
solicits the mune. , A. .
CHEAP CHAIR AND -CABENET
cern*,to John Crer..),MANIII , h,CTII Ithlt 11Y CHAllte
nutl - 04111.Nr1"-WARE. 31n1n btreet. three flume &TA
of Haber k Tylbert'N Third nnre ature , Challtherflb/IXS.
FU.ItNrI.TIIIIF,,OF ALL KINDS,
Always on hand Or made to ortlOr.- - Venitian
manufactured as neatly• and cheaply nit city work.
HOUSE and SIGN VAINTLNO and I'APERILINGING
done neatly, expeditiorialy and cheap, to Town •or
Air Repairing of all kinds, in their line of btlexteinr,
promptly attended to, at moderate prices.
Jane 17, 1M33
Matrijrs anti grtuelrg.
QALISBUICY BitOS. & CO.
, . NO. DORKANCE STREET, Ind
67 WEYBOSSET STREET,
PROVIDENCE. 8. 14
k'zokirietoriofone of the meet exte6ive J E W
MAX DFACT,ORIES in the• ,
- .rtetern Skates,, "
fko to coil the,attentinn of the corniannity gra/7:400
SURPRISING. CHEAP RATE
At which they are offering their Gocast
• • '. re m = 11011,1obING 1 -
Foreign and Dome;dic IMAnniartitrim in point 44
Xlegance and Real Durability I
Per F/PT/tRA DOLLAV.s. We forward, nicely CII*4 atilt
packed in pail order. the following rnorwOns Tulin tA
of 3bArelry, equal in finiult to any Plated Gold, and i
tot* recognised frbin G'old only by the tryingof
4 Set Brounpl:Vinte Chahni; 2 Plain Inorentits 'last
~.Ear Rings to trgiteh;' , 2 Twist Wire PitlA: , s 1 liar
ilium; to match: 2 Plain Pins* ' 4 Ear Rings
- ;match; 23 Ladies' singe, llouble heart and
a variety of panel us; 5U Vittiou Era
hlenta So Scarf Pins, Plain and
Imitation Coral; 2 Dolly St
GILT?, Inirkete. engine 4; •••
Glues Pius for portimit or hair; 72 Amin., prii 100114,
• Tittl. and,l3hell Chasms. and ti liana •
for itiftren Donal g. A
collretbni of this ' kind. when
plaretlin the harole of any .
pueuf ordinary irr
Ought t 6 retail f.r at least One Handfed Dollars!
Catalog - net'. containing fiat information and:Plicate(
Goods, can ba unbar - led upon application. -
ikk,OrtlaW by Mail, Telegraph, or 'EY preaa. 114 . 04.1'
folly solicited,.. - •• • -
• SALISBURY BROS, &AV:.
Burrance.& 67 'ifeyboat!et Stit.;
.Inne 17,-437:•6in: ritovinms;
CLOCK, WATeil ,AND
'MAIN STREET; ADJOINING TILE POST OPPIDA,- -
Choasitsrsburg, , Fe
The mideraigned 'would `Pespeetfully• tall attentitin.lis
Lis pretotestotock.connistirq of
- -WATCHES; _ •
Oold and Silver of American and European blansi3Oni •
of all qualitiesandstylea and et the lowest•pricek.
In great iraiely. Parlor. biantel. Office, kis, Mt.
Thehowesi awl meat destrabl ! atylea of Onyx. Cues! and
Pearl. Gold Chains:l 'Bracelets. Finset' Rings. 41 ° 4
Thimbles. Sleeve buttons, 'Necklaces, Armlets. a
Masonic & Odd Yellows Ds east Pine.
mouniiiNG AIN JET J b ly ELRY.
. A splendid , stock and newest styled..'
SIDYER AND 'PLATED Wilt
Consisting of Tea Sots, 4.7 astern, Magi. Sleams, Yorke, kir
Prom tile tilos't and most celeltroted manniactuded:
A very largo and attractive
• CUTLER AN D POCKET tiN it it 3. ;-
Rodgers superior Pets Kniyet of different (1112:itir
GOLD, sy.v.ED 'At STEEL SPECTACLES. •
The long experience of the undersigned In the seteetian
and adaptation -of Glasses, mashies him to suit them t•
any eight. ' ,
At DU time have th e peoPle of this county bad is Snot •
attractive and extensive Stock to select front than Is now
presented at the establishment of • the uuderatined.
.Vvery article is new and of the latest style arm will. Ins
'sold at the very lowest price. An examination's -
•esi before purchasing elsewhere.
ltit• Repairing done at the shortest notice by wail«
tont and skilful workmen.
- septe2:3l 2d door Southof post Office, ebs t inter,,, p...
WATCHES, JEWELRY -.
The undersigned would respectfully invite yobs atten
tion to hie well selected stuck of....Eine Gold and Silver
WATCHES, Fine Hold JEWELIa, of every ic:nd - and
variety of styles—comprising all of the newest and lovas
benutsial designs. - .
Also, SOLID-SILVER-WARS, rival to Coin—and lb.
bestniake of Silver-Plated Ware. Each, attiale id year
ranted to be as represented.
,t/air Watches and Jewelry carefully repaired and eat
isfactien guaranteed. JACOB ILABIAT., . .
(bnceessor to Etaalfer A Harley.)
No. 622 Market street. Philadelphia.
sep 9-3 m
lIIENRY HARPER, - • . _
:No. 520 ARCH STRirr,-PffILADELPrfit,
luta always SI large Stock of , ,
'WATCHES, for Ladles and Gentlemen-1n 90, arid
• FINE JEW ELRY, of thernost fashionable stylea. '
- SOLID 811,V2XWAIIII, in great variety, and ;,- - ,
..ROOElR'Sbaperior Plated Spiro= Forks etc .etc. ,