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atm, Plants ant( 'fines.
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WITH WHOLESALE AID ItSTAIL PRICE-LISTS
ansncihing and exhibiting the relative importance or all
• • Our eAluablo Naive Vines.
TOCOOrmarOWDE:grs. crating 0,0 adValllrage and Un
parlance of duo now kinds; An account of the lona
aur.sk the pi:soot:lemon: Proposal to sell to clubs at
wholesale prices, by which plan purchasers will obtain'
vines at very little advance on actual cost of production,
and always recasts e good plants in perfect condition; Ex
twit of the tons eatalilishinent; Method of producing
D4scription of tho different kinds, with a full account
a( thogistinctive characteristics of all those which - are
Au account of the production of,the two new seed
:l4V, load and-Istuolle. with their history and accurate
,de„,,riptions; Letters front 31r. P. B. Mead concerning
giving his opinion of their merits.
flow to keep ,;rapes in Wutter, with engraslngsshow
tug bow it may lie easily and elliciently tfiue. Some of
our htfet new kiwis may be kept as easily as apples, n
fdll vinous life and flavor. _
The quality of vines 'as effected by the age of the
.plants said different modes of propagation. and the econo
my of the kinds to purchasers, with many en
Seloctim of thrieties.th plant for the table and for
Amity WIC, with the cuusida.atiious which determine
tdzo proper choice.
Tables ut sclectionsf.w differentlatitudes for any num.
her of plants.froni vines fur a very small yard, to
hundreds fur n fruit garden fur fintilysupply.
Table of selections by , Mr. Mead. with the considcra-
Lions Which influence his choice of a selection of one
The value of plants according to th&methed of propa
- cation, showing. also, how and what plants to use for
Nothing the trellis the first - year, and obtaining au im
ntrallsteprofluction of fruit.
Bar Descriptive Catilogue send two-cent stamp. 11..
/ an/sate/1 Catalogue, three 3-ceu t stamps.
C. W. GRANT,
lona (near Peekskill), Westchester Co., N.Y.
The Descriptive Catalogue -is prepared to meet the
Tints of the present time. when the questions are
"What are the kinds of grapes to plant,,and what
(live Vines for Garden and Vineyard,"of surpassing
stunlity, and ut lowest prices.
Vines for intim:di tte hearing, which will cover a trunk
the first season with bearing wood and a great quantity
_ limes for Vineyard planting of excellent quality, and
sit prices scarcely above the cobt of production. I offer
vines which I tiellevecahnot be approached In quality
• Mid cheapness.
Oils season the now kinds of grapes have everywhere
shown the degieeof their su;.eriority over our former
boot kinds-to be so great, that Isabella and Catawba have
almost pass e d from eonsiderat ien, and it 'WII , I Out a little -
gratify log to Me to learn from all quarters that the
iTtr.spes . which received the premiums - were generally
—borne on viers of my production, and I have hundreds
letters giving accounts of trials made of thy vines in
siontpetitien with others for production undhardiness,ull
speeklik f the same thing.
' I mak; an extract front a letter by one of our Must-
distinguished horticillturaliats • n a visiting tour in the
41Cinity of llartfird: " Although I shall - see you soon.
11111,1 tell you hoW gratifying the eight which the excel
lent performance of your vines has tamest uniformly
afforded and always when your directiona have been fol
, lowed, cannot forbear mentioning a few instances in
this letter. One is a case in Manchester where vines of
your production. three years from planting. are carry
ettg a crop of Deldwares that are worth a journey to be
by the side of those front iITIUIIIO r quarter, five years
for which a much larger price was paid, and which
have not ode-fifth as much weight of fruit, ofof na int
-- measurably inferior quality. The purchasershowed me,
by calculation 1..1..feit upon the value of the fruit now on
else vines, that your vines were cheaper at the price
which lie.pald that the others would hau,been if he'
bad received them free with a gratuity of 32 each withl
wavy vine. Mr. Mottier Was right when he decided to,
plant none but your lest Delawares." Dated Ilartford. l
slept. 4,1803. I matte another short extract from a ,
- letter from afr.Charles M.lterich, also of Hartford: "-I
did not begin to plant my vineyard until after thorough ,
Investigation, when it lted become clearly apparent that
my best course was to trust folly to yourjudginent, and
I determined to follow your directions implicitly in all
matters pertaining to the vineyard, and I have only re-,
vetted that!. bad not taken this course one or two years
*toner. I have.not been disappointed in any one point
except that the performance has uniformly surpassed
my most ti.suguine expectation, as well as your prembles.
1 tun using my inmost diligence to get another acre reit
sly for the Fall, and must claim your promise to Call and
see that all is right before !begin. The bushels of Dela
wares and Dienes with which the vines are now loaded,
when only on the second year, and the excelence and
beau'l of the fruit have warmed me with an euthusiasiii
fu the undertaking that is not unnangled with grad
hide to you fir Outrun and explicity directions giVen iii
• Ilinstrated Eatologue and Landmarks." And also
by letter, dated llortford, Sept. 13,1863.
• A alert exteret from another Mr. Beiteh at Dinghamp
tem : "I may stun up all iu one word; the vines have
performed as only vines of Ur. C. W. Grant a best selec
tion cafe do. and those from other quarters are not to be
Mentioned in eonnection With them I wish my ground
would aCcontmodate 1.01/0 instead of 100. I followed
rour'C Attlegue Implicitly. and also studied Landmarks.
With such guides I did nut fear the result. Dated' Bally
11. Truly and gratefully yours."
try Descriptive Catelogue is printed on very fine pa
per, and consists-of 20 very large pages filled with just
such matter as I have thought inquirers concerning
. Vines would wish to find. I append the table of con
tenta hy which shine idea of it may be formed. It Is il
!aerated with 23 env avinge.
It is sent for a two-caut stamp. -
ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE. Seventh Edition:—
Mite three-cent stamps. or less than one-half its cost.
Ts work has Veen pub, hilted in this couutry, of' whitt
elver size. which can compare with it in amount of prac
- ideal information. It is newly written and contains
natty neiv engravings.
A pamphlet of thirty-two pages called THE GARD
NER'S MANU-kL OF TME VINE, will be published
!'ring the month with full awl' definite directions for
, the management of Vines at their reception, and during
the first years of growth and early bearing. -Illustrated
with Many engravings 'for different circumstances of
training- C. W. GRANT,
Westchester County. N. T.
P. B.—l would say teribscribers to Landmarks, that
eldknesetande rents conoected with the war have render
nil It tmpossible for mete keep my engagements to them..
The two next numbers 'Ave been lying in type, and pied'
e 6 large part of the third for more than three months,
but I could not command the time to complete the pub
lication. Itregnim no weeks of uninterrupted attention,
etid until after the let of December I shall not be able
to command hours. I feel iny obligations to them.:noil
bare striven. with all of my ability, to fulfill them
One number may be expected during the month of !SCE.,
YSIIBER. (nov 4'63.6m) C. IV. G.
FueRANK LIN NURSERY 1
CEA MBERSBURG, PENNA.
subscriber would invite the attention of,the public
tea very line smiurtmeiat of Fruit and ornamental Trees
now ready for sale.
Ac an inducement to plant APPLE TREES. Varill plant
.tVena at $25 per hundred (the selection left as much as
- .possible to myself) from 5 to 7 feet high, and well fOrmed.
I will further guarantee the growth of them, the; pur
cliager to dig the hyles and give the tree the after treat
neat that I may direct. . .
Vl'pm 6to 7 feet high, 15 cti each. 612.50 per hundred.
to 5 feet my own eeleet ion. $lO per hun,fred.
/kits e, from 8 to 10 feet... 25 ctm. each.
- PEACH TREES.
Ann esorhritl nt of well grown healthy Peach Trees,
indading all the late varieties. -
•IS CENTS EACH, OR $8 PER iiONDREDi
'.lo eactralot Seedling Peach Trees, $5 per hundred
Heat of the leading varieties now cultivated, and ltnown
to du well in thin latitude—one year old.-15 cents crack,
err $1.50 per doz.—Larger and older tree , ' 30 to 50C. each.
PEAR TREES. •
The Pear is now more extensively planted thin any
otherfrnit tree,on accountor its regular benitAr,larger
s, and longevity. Dwarf Trees. from 20 tnso cents
10144 h; Standards, from 40 to 75 cents.
• . PLUMS,
Prom 40 to 60 cents each.
From 25 to 50 cants each.
Sheri man now begins-to . feel the necessity of having
antSor more Grape Tines in his garden; and no fruit can
be planted that will more certainly remunerate him.—
/ cultivate most ofathe hardy varieties of the Native
*ape, and such ej have proved themselves valuable
-tR this latitude: Isabella, OUtawba, Diana, 'Clinton,
Concord, Delaware, and others. One year old Vint',
from 25 to 75 cents each: two year old, from 50ci to '51..W:
41.°13 / /arm many of which have fruited Gila season,
emu 75e. to 12.00.
RHUBARB PLANTS-25c. each; MOO per doz.
..ASPARAGUS SETS-4100 per hundred. ' ..
BLACKBERRIES (Lawton)—sl.so per dozen,
RASPBERRIES—in variety—trom 50c. to $2OO per
4 1WRILA . 2418(in variety)—froni 50c. to $2.00 per dozen.
I have a choice collection of EVERGREENS, Orna
mental Treee, and hardy Shrubs, which I will sell as
&asp as they can be procured elsewhere, of, the same
Sty, The following are some of the varieties: Nos
• - y Spruce, White Spritee, American Balsam Fir, Arbor
• American. Chinese, Siberian. Nepal and Golden;
Irish Junipers; American and European Lindens, Al
pies, nclee Spireae. Wiegell s. as, Dentzias, Moloahes, Honey-
All orders will be preznpily a t tentled to, and dellreped
• chseibersburg, or at theltsil Rosa, arlthon t any otfret.
' e than the slight cost of packing.
, groat, tumber,
G. A.IOEITZ. . J TENCH M'DOWELL.
DE ITZ &, D 0 VTE L
WILL PAY THE HIGHEST PRICE
IN CASH FOR
, E'AP FOR CASH,
DEITZ 4- 31-DOWEL:L'S
WAREII.OnSE AND COAL YARD;
Near, the Railroad Depot,
C HAM' BERSBURG,:PA.,
pn*.North Cdr.lisle Street;
VE.W. FIRM !-COAL COAL I
11 LUMBER! LUMBER!—LEO. SOk,
having purchased the Coal and Lumber Yard Of George
A. Deiti, will c,nttnize to car on the slake business, and
nrillalwaye harem hand a Targe supply of ILumber and
Coal. They will he prepared to Jill all orders at the
shortest notice. They respectfully solicit; the patron
age of the late firm and the public generally. and all
who may desire Coal and Lumber to girl them a call,
feeling assured that no means will be spared to accom
modate those on the most reasonable terms;
Juno 17,903,tr. LEO.EIIEiII.T it SON.
WUNDERLIQH & NEAD,
Ffirtearding and Cbmmisrion Merchants.
North Second Street, opposite the Cumberland Valley
Railroad Depot, CHAMBERSIMIRG. Pa.
Cars s run regularly to and from Phllatia.l& Baltimore.
' AG ENTS.—Psseocx. KELL Stllliictimitm, No. SOS Mar
ket street, Philadelphia.
P. S.—Lykens Valley, Broken Egg and Nnt COAL (di
rect from the,tirlue4.. Wilkeabarre and Pine Grove
FOUNDRY COAL,-LUMBER and SHINGLES, SALT,
PLASTER and HANCOCK CEMENT. kept constantly
on-hand..: FLOUR, GRAIN and PRODUCE, of all kinds,
purchased at the highest cash prices.
sep 9, 63 NERD.
Ctf3IBERL'D VALLEY WARB
UDINE. The Forwarding bueloces!will hereafter
be conducted by C. IV, EYSTER ft CO.; nt the Warp
house at the C. V. Itailroatt, where they dope to receive
a liberal patronage.
. _ . _ -
DBPOrz--Bnzby.4 Co- 365. Mark et St
and John Din,e,hatu,lsl Howard St-Baltitnorc.
June 17.'63. - . BYST.ER k PO*.
P . DOs7L. OILLESPI-E. I JADOD ZELLER.
G_ILLESPI,E, ZELLERA. CO.,
PRODUCE AND PROVISION ;AIERCIIANTS,
AND WHOLESALE GROdERS,
North West corner of Sixth and Afarketi Ste.. Philadel
phia. Lucie 18, '63-tf.]
DS TRO C K., .M.A.NUFA CT 'CT RER
. ON AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS.—Shopen'
55 Ater street, between, Queen and Washington, Charm
bersburg, PR. , a
WAGONMAKING!—Having connected with his Drit
and Rake Factory that of Wagon-'Making, and Ivvine,
employed .me of the hest practical Wagenmatikers itithe
county. he feels contidentin assuring Funnel's, and oth
ers needing' this kind of work, tbitt be is prepared to
render euti r e satisaction to all who ntay leave their or.
dere. Alt work:entrusted to him will be promptly and
neltlyexecnted.at moderate prices t elther for nee or old
work. Partners are i nvited to call, gm; him a trial, and
get the worth of their nion4y
BLACKSMITIIINGUe also carries on the Black.
smithing, and employs a skillful workman, who is able to
do all kinds of zimithing which is required for Wagouie,
GUM-SPRING GRAIN AND HAY RARE.
he condi' ues to construct his unsurpassed Patented
Gum-Spring Grain and Hay Rake. !
48 :State and County Rights for sale.
June 17,'83. • D. STROCIC.
AGRIGULTURAL tALP I LEMENT
MANUFACTURERS.— WM. L.llO YBR A ilite.,
Sixth St, and Germantown 'Annus,
Philadelphia. • i
Manufacturers of this
5 Preinium Penn Grist Mill,
. Horse Powers and Threshers,
•Circular Save Machines,
Corn Shelters, ;
Cultivators, 1 .
' ' - , Harrows;
• Plows, i . •
•• ' ' and every - variety of approved
Send for Circular. and address ;' • . .
WM. L. BUYER & BRO.,
July 1.5.'634.y. ~ Philadelphia.
PREMIUM FARM GRIST MILL,
The only reliable - Farmer's Grist Mill. •
Is simple, durable and efficient.
Grinds all kinds of grain rapidly.
Is adapted- to Florae Powers. -
Every Farmer should bare ono.
Price moderate. I
geed for descriptive Circular and,address
Villa. L. BOTTaI. A 8r.0.,
Agricultural Implemeni Manufacturers,
, Sixth st.and Germantown Asenna,Philadelphia.
July 16. .
AUGUST AND SEPTEME:II.I2
"re good monthe for plantin g STRAWBERRIES.
Good ;Amato of leading varieties,
TRIOMPH DE GAND,
HOVEY'S SHEDLIXG, ete.;
c -,a1);, had at the Franklin Kurseries, or bY addressing
le-undersigned by order. :- .IAOOBAIRYSER.
ang 19 ' Agent.
AUTIIIJR H. RANDOLS,
.31ANI7PACTITHER OF ROSEWOOD 11111'D
LOOKING GLASS AND PIOTUDE FRAM
of *wen , description,
N.W.Cosurs 07 THIRD AND OALLOWILISTB., Pm LADZLPiIIe
Orders to thelargest extent promptly executed.
Orders filled by S. S. SIIRYOCK Chambersbug, Ps.
. TIMOTHY SEED,
And all kinds of
ALL ETDrDs OB
itaAtin %Ignitor% Eltember 23, 1863..
Eines of &abet.
DENNSYLVANIA RAIL ROAD!
SUMMER TIME TABLE. Fine Trains Daily
to and Porn Philadelphia, on and after .110ND41;
The Passenger Trains of the Pennlylvania Railroad
Crunpany will depart from and arrive at Harrisburg and
Philadelphia as folliuss:
- - gASTWARD. • •,
THROUGH EXPRESS' TRAIN leaves Harrisburg
daily at 2.00 A. M., and arrivesat West Philadelphia at .
6.10 A. It.
FAST LINE Tear:es Harrisburg daffy (except Monday)
at 5.45 A. lg.. and arrives at West hiladelphia at 9.55
A.M. Passengers take breakfast at LaLcaster. ,
WAY AC' OMMODATION, via Mount Joy. leaves
Harrisburg at 7.00 i LAI., and arrives at West Philadel
phia st 1225 P. ar.
FAST M AIL I T RAIN leaves Harrisburg daily (except
Sunday) at 1:00 P.At., and arrives at West Philadelphia
at 5.00 P. M. '
ARRISBURGACCOM MOD AMON TRAIN, via Co
iumbia. leaves Harrisburg at 4,00 P. M., and arrives at
West Philadelphia at 9.30 P. M.
BAI I TIMORE EXPDASS TRAIN leaves Harrisburg
'daily (except Monday) at 2.00 A. Altoona. 7.15 A. M.,
take breakfast. nn arrives ut Pittsburg at 12.00 noon.
• PHILADELPHIA EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Harris
burg daily at 3,01) A. M.; Altoima at 8.00 M., take
break fas-,.and arrives at Pittsburg at 12.30 P. M.
MAIL' TRAIN leaves Harriet); rg at 1:15 P. M., taro
supper. and arrives at Rittsburg at 12.30 A. is.
FART LINE leaves Harrisburg at 3.50 P. m.; Altoona
at 8.35 P. at.. and arrives at Pirtsburg at 1.00
II ARIUS BURGI ACCOMMODATION TRAIN leaves
Philadelphia at !IA() P. M., and arrives at Harrisburg at
WAY ACCOMMODATION TRAIN 1 eaves Philadelphia
at 4.00 P. M., and, Arrives at Harrisburg at 9.40 P. M.
This train runs via Mt. Joy.
SAMUEL D. YOUNG,
i SuptJliddle Div. Penn'a E. I.
June 17,1803 , tf. •
ORTIIERN • CENTRALI RAIL
VAT l—sqtrumEß. yorE TABLE. i '
brae - trains daily to and fron Baltimore-and Wash
ington City. j . .
Connections made with trains on" Pennsyfvsnia Rail
mad, to and from( Pittsburg and the West. •
TWO TRAIN 4 DAILY to and from the North and,
West Branch Susquehanna, Elmira,and all of Northern
On and after Monday, April 20th, IS63,the Passenger
Trains of the Northern Central Railway will • arrive at
and depart front Harrisburg and Baltimore as follows,
•1 SOUTHWARD- -
4tAIL TRAIN Itaves Sunbury daily (except
Sunday) i 10.10 A. H.
loaves Harrisburg 1.15 P: H
" arrives at Baltimore 6.33 P. St.
EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Sunbury daily
• (except Stinday) ' 11.07 P. Y.
it 1 . 11VE . 13 Harrisburg (except
Monday) - 2.00 A. it,
arrives at Baltimore daily,
(except Monday) 6.16 A.M.
UARRISBUDG ACCOMMODATION ,leaves
Harrisburg 620-A. H.
.• i •
MAIL TRAIN leaves Baltiniore daily (ex
dept Sunday) 9.15 A. M.
" leaves Harrisburg 1.15 P. N.
arrives nt Sunbury 4.05 P n.
EXPRESS TRAIN laaves Baltimore daily... 9.15 P. IL
" , arrives at Harrisburg... ....... .. _ 1.35 A. a
•' ' leaves Harrisburg daily (ex- •
gept Monday) 3.00 1.. a!
" arrives nt Sunbury 5.35 A. st
EIARRISTIVRO ACCOII3IODATION leaves
Baltimore daily (except Sun
day) 2.55 P.R.
" arrives at Harrisburg - 7.30 P.R.
For further information apply at the Office, in Penn
sylvania Itailrpad Depot. Harrisburg. - ,
,-, J. N. DuRARRT, Gen Supt.
NEIV AIR LINE ROUTE.—Three
Trains Daily to New York and Philadelphia. '
On and after Afonday: April 20th, 18&3, the Passenger
Trains will leave the Philadelphia and Reading Railroad
Depot, at Ilarrisburg,for New York and Philadelphia,aa
EXPRESS LINE leaves llarrisburg at 2.15 s. x.. on
arrival of the Pennsylvania It
ailroad Express Train from
the West:arriving iu New York at 0.30 A. M„ and Phila
delphia at 8.20 .&. M. A sleeping car is attached to the
train through from 'Pittsburg without change.
MAIL TRAIN leaves flarrialmrg at B.ooa. tr..arrlring
in New York' at 5.30 P. M.,and Philadelphia at 1.50 P. u.
FAST LINE leaves Uarrisburg at 2.00 P. 31,, arriving
in New York at 10.25 P. st., and Philadelphia at 7.00 P. )11.
EAST LINE leaves New Yorkat 8.00 A..m., and Phila
lelphisrat 8.15 A. m., arriving at Harrisburg at 1.15 P 14,
MAIL 'TRAIN leaves New York at 12,00 noon, and
Philadelphia at 3.30 p.3i., arriving at Harrisburg at 8.20
EXPItES TRAIN leaves New York at 7.00 P.m., ar
riving at Harrisburg. at 2.10 A.M. and Connecting with
the Pennsylvania 'Express Train for Pittsburg.b 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 Reading fur Philadelphia, Potts
villa, Wilkeslairre, Allentown, Eastom&c.
Baggage blocked throngh. Pare between New York
and Harrisburg, $5 15; between Harrisburg' and Phila
delphia. VI B 5 in No. 1 saris. and in N 0.2.
For tickets or other i nforino.tion apply to
J. J. CLYDE.
Junerl,!63. tt. General Agent, Harrisburg.
OMB MEL A ND FALLETAND FRANKLIN
CIIANIM OF lIOURS.--On and after Monday.
somber 17,1552, Passenger .Trains will run daily, as
FOR CHA.3II3ERSEMBG AND HAR
A. M. .P. M.
Leaveilaker3towa 7.06 '2.45
• ' a teeneastie 7.37 ":3.35
, A rriye at. - 8.17 - 4.39
, ( =
Leave at '8.30 12.65
Leaves Sliippenaburg 9.u0 1.28
" Newville 9.32 2.00
" Carlisle 10.10 2.42
A " i Mechanicsburg 1042 3.12
arrive at Harrisburg 11.16 3.40
FOR OHAMBERSBURGA.ND 'LAGERS
A. M.. P.M.
Leaven It arrisbuig - ' - ' 8.05 135
" Mechanicsburg ~ 8.47 2.15
" • Cartisde 9.27 2.55-
" Newvillv 10.02 0.29
" Shippennburg 10.33 4.00
Arrive at Chainbersiburg 11.00 - 4.30
Lenve rthamlicriburg -
" Greencastle 11.55 5.30-
Arrive at Harrisburg • 12.36 6.10
SR - Making clove eontlections at Harrisburg with
trainsfdr Philadelphia. New York and Pittsburg; and
with trUins for all points West.
0. N. LULL, Supt.
Office. Chambersbnrg.Nov. 17. 1862.
PIIILADELPIIIA AN D ERIE
lal LllO i i great line traverses the North
ern and Northwest counties of Pennsylvania to the city
of Erie; n Lake Erie.
It has been lensed by the Pennsyreanict Railroad
Compciny, end under their auspices Is being rapidly
opened' throughout its entire - length.
It is now i n use f u r Passenger and 'Freight business
trom Harrisburg to Driftwunii. (9d Pork,) (177 miles) on
the Neaten Division, and from Shoilleld to Erie, (78
miles,) on the Western Division.
TIMRpF PASSENGER TRAINS AT HARRISBURG.
MAIL TRAIN leaves North 1.15 A. m . .
EXPRESS TRAIN leaves North " 3.00 A.it
Oarri run through wrraouv CIICIGZ bah ways on these
trainalbetwien Philadelphia and Lock Haven, and be
tween Baltimore and Lock:Haven.
Elegant Sleeping Cars on the Expresstralnbah ways.
For information respecting Passenger business apply at
the S. E. Corner 11th and Market - streets, Philadelphia.
Arid for Freight business of the Company's Agents:
S. B. Kingston, J r.,Cor.l3th and Market sts.,Philada.
J. VC.Reynolds, Erie.
.1.31. Drill, A3ent N.C. B.ll , ..lialtimore,Md.
11. 11. HOUSTON,•
Gen eralFreight Agent, Philadelphia.
LEWIS L. ITOUPT,
• General Ticket Agent. Philadelphia.
JOS. D. POTTS,
Ilia 917,63 J General .lanager,lVilliameport.
' tobacco an „ingots.
NEW TORACOO AND, SEGAR
STORE.—To the Citizens of Chambersburg and
Vicinity : The undersigned, having been compelled to
leave Virginia on account of his Union sentiments, has
co me among you toeetablisb a business, hupingVom his
144 experience, and by close attention. he will meet
with a generous support. llls stock will consist of all
he best brands ofTOBACCO end S EDAM, which h e will
sellas cheap as can be b adan ywhere in town. Don't fOrgst
the place. sign of the ' , little Virginia nigger ,"opposite
he :Franklin Hotel .next door to Abryosk's Book Stem
South-east corner of the Diaftond
.km 17,180. Q ALBUM.
atm of 4nuONC
READING BAIL ROAD -WIN
GREAT TRUNK LINE from the North and Nora.
greet for Pbiladelphia,New York, Reading, Yottsvilln,
Lebanon, Allentown. Eamon, Am. Ac.
,"Trains leave Harrisburg for Phibuielpb in, New York,
Reading, Pottsville,and allintertriediatestations, atB.oo
A. if aud 100 P.x.
iw York Expresn leaves Harrisburg. at 3.00 A. X
arriving+ at New York at 10.15 the same morning.
Fares from Harrisburg: To New York $5.15 to Phila
delphia $3.35 and $4BO. Baggage checked through. -
Returning, leakm :caw York at 6 a. x.. 12 Noon, and
7 P. it., (Pittsburg litipress arriving at Ittrrisburg at 2,
A. at.) -Leave Plitindelphis at 8.15 a, x..and 3.30 P. If.
B.leepingcars in the New York. Exprilts T rain &rough
to and from Pi ftsburg without change. - -
Passengers by the eatawinsn Railroad lenveTamagua
at 8.50 A. x.. and 2.15 P. x ., tor Philadelphia. Now York,
and all Way Points,
Trains leave Pottsville at 9.15 A. 11., and 230 P. M.,for
Philadelphia. Harrisburg and New York.
An accommodation Passenger train lesves Heading at
6.30 A. M.; and returns from Philadelphia at 4.30 P x.
t-jr All the above trains rub daily, Sundays ex
A Sunday train leaves Pottsville at 7.30 ♦. x., and
Philadelphia at 3.15 p. s.
Commutation. ikfileago.Sea4on, and ExcnrsionTlckets
at reduced rates to and from all points.
80 lbs.Baggarge alloived each Passenger.
. G. A. MCCOLL%
Dec 10,1863,4 f. General Superintendent.
QHRINER'S BALSAMIC COUGH
17 SIRUP.—Tor roughs, Cold', Croup, Irinopiag
Cough, Asthma, Bronchitis, i lpittinj Mood, Patti and
Weakness of the Breetal, Di malty of ereatfting, cfc.
—This is no new remedy. It bas been need for a num
her of years in :Maryland and parts of Pennsylvania,
and . has wherever known, acquired an unprecedented
reputation for curing the various diseas ea tar which ills
It is used by all classes of society, and the universal
opinion is that it is good: This Syrup is purely Vegeta
ble amiounci. It is pleasant to take, and never doe*
injury. gut, owing to its purifying qualities. must cTo
good tinder any circumstances. Its effects are truly
wonderful, soothing, calming. and allaying the most
violent census. purifying, 'streengthing and invigorating
- the whole system, calming and soothing the nerves,
aiding and facilitating expectoration, and,healing the
Thus striking at the root of diseases, and driving it from
the system. CROUP.
-' This disease is announced by difficulty of breathing
shrill in Watling or wheezing, hacking cough and threat ,
ened suffocation; &c. 1:t mostly oecurs iu young chil
dren. No child need theet croup if this Syrup is pro•
pert) , used and used in time. Mothers having croupy
children should watch the first show of the Ofele,B9o,aud
always keep this rellietly at hand.
For cough after measles this Syrup is most-excellent.
Experience hes proven 'that it is equaled by nu other
The price of the remedy is such as to place it within
the reach of all. the poor its well as the rich, and every
person should have it.
'Every person should have it in thehouse. It is a true
and faithhil friend to all who value health and wish - to
secure themselves - against that most terrible disease,
consumption. It will he ibu,nll the most Mimi as well
as the cheapest farnily - medieive in the world. It has
been used fur the last four years with a success without
Price 40 cents per bottle, or three bottles for $l.lO.
Prepereo by S. d. FOUTZ & BRO.,
' For sale by MILLER & LIENSFIEr, and J. S. NIXON,
Chambershurg. Pa., and Storekeepers everywhere
AND CATTLE POWDERS.—These Powders have
proved, aftera trial of several years, to be superior to
any preparation of the kind used,. The chivf• superiority
of these P_owders arise from the fact that they are'com
posed of Medieineit that hive Laxative, Tonic and Puri
fying properties. The Laxative ejected crudities from
the stomach and intestines; the Tunic gives strength
to the system Drib° nom; and the purifying medicines
contained in them cleanse the Mood, and lay the foun
dation for a healthy and vigorous circulation. The use
of them improves the wind. strengthens the appetite
and gives theliorse a fine; smooth and glossy skin—thus
improcf% the appearance, vigor and spirit of the noble
These Powders are not intended, as most powders are,
to bloat the animal, BO es to give him the appearance of
being fat when nut really ter---but to remove the disease
and promote his general health.
These Powders will strengthen the stomach and Intel,-
tines. cleanse them from' offensive matter and bring
them to a healthy state. They are a prevention of Lang
Fever. and a certain remedy for all disease's incident to
the as Glanders, Yellow Water, 'Distemper,
Founders, Heaves. Slavering, Coughs, Fevers, Loss 'of
Appetite, and Vital Energy, &c. These Powders if
used two or three times a week, through the win* and
spring, your Rom will never get the Lung Fever, Colic
or Botts. A few doses of these powders will remove the
worst Omit on any Uorse. Were owners of Horses to
feed hfew of these Powders every year they might save
the lives of many valriable Horses.
MUCH COWS —The properties this Powder possesses
in increasing the quantity of milk in Cows, gives it an
importance and value which shouldplace it in the hands
of every person keeping a Cow.—ln fattening Cattle, it
gives them an appetite, loosens their hide and snakes
them thrive much faster.
SIOHS.—In all diseases of Swine, as Conghs,lllcers in
the Lungs and Livor,...&c.,,by potting from half a- paper
to a paper of these Powders in a barrel of swill, the above
disease can by cored or entire!) , prevented. By using
these powders the Hog Cholera can be prevented. Pre
pared by SA. FOUTZ BRO:.Westminster, 51d;
Per Sale wholesale and retail, by MILLER & HEN
SIIEY, and J. S. NIXON. Chamborsborg, Pe., and storize
keeperes everywhere. Price 25 cents per paper, or five
papers for $l. tdeciPS2-Iy3
OTJTZ'S MIXTURE.--Is a safe
and reliable Remedy for the cure of Ittimmatiern
•ainfnl Nei Imes Affections. Sprains, Burns, Swelling
and ail disease requiring an external application on Man
On Horses It will never fail to cure Pole-evil Fistula,
old running Sores. or Sweeny, if properly applied. For
sprains, bruises, scratches, cracked hoofs, chafes, saddle
or collar Gall, cuts or wounds, it is an Infallible remedy.
Try it, and be convinced of its efScacy.
Persons afflicted4leh this disease, no matter of hFlw
longstanding, can be promptly and effectually cured by
using Ws mixture:
There is nothing in the world so sure and so good to .
take away bad Corns andlcure Frost Bites as this prepar
ation,.• Try,it and satisfy yourselves. Price 25 and (,1)
centiter bottle. Prepared by
S. A. FOLITZ .4 BRO., Westminster, Md.
For sale by MILLER & lIENSIIEY, and .1. S. NIXON
Cbaroberaburg. Fa., and Storekeepers everrateros
'Painting, (Magog, s;:r.
ARNA RD T., FELLOWS,
HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER
NAINER, GLAZIER, AND PAPER
In the Old Arinory Building, (up stairs,)
next door to. "Old Jail," Peifer ct Foltz's
Cartiqage Manufactory,' oppokite
BrOwn's Hotel, and
CORNER OF SECOND AND MAREET STS.,
I respectfully take this method of thanking the citi
zens of Chamberabnrg and vicinity for the very liberal
patronage I here received at their Minds for the past
year. (my first year in this place.) and flattering myself
that I have done. and and am still prepared to de, the
very best work in My line, I solicit acontinuance of past
favor. - B. T. BELLOWS.,
P. S. T respectful* refer to any iefmypatrons—Jamey
Eyster, Wm. McLenaban, Col. A McClure. Rev. Mr,
Kiccolle Presbyterian Church, Dr. Richards .Dr.
o f M. Kieffer & Co., German Ref'd Messenger. J.AI Reno
Eyeter, Wm. C. Eyeter, and any oil:tett for whom I hence,
done work—for character of work done, and eipedltiav
Junel7,'63 tf. B. T. H.
pno - i
RANET4IN HALL RESTAUR
ANT.—MARTIN BROWN, Proprietor. Tbis welt
wnEatlng:Saloon is fitted up in elegant style, and
the'uudersigned is prepared to serve up' FRESH OYS
TERS,FISII, FROGS. TRIM:CHICKENS, TURIII4I
and CLAM SOUP, and Game of all kinds.
WASIIABA1713111"8 AND IXDWIsi'S ALE,
constantly on hand. -
He respectfully asks a contlntatuesof the patronises
se liberally bestowed by bis friends and thepubltc.
June MARTIN BROWN.
CO. have removed their 1300 K BINDERY to the
Third story of the MANSION NOUSE, on the Diamond,
above Shryock's Book Store. Entrance between the
Book Store and Dr,Snively's office. Old Books, Period'.
dab!, Music,Newspapere, ac„ bound in any style. Blank
Roots nutde to order. Paper ruled to any pattern.
PARTNERSHIP. --Notice is here.
by given that the undersigned bare entered into
partnership In the hardware and Cstlerybltsineserattlik
old stead of Myers & Brew', where we are prepared le
pnuish ereryttiing in our line as cheap as any other
bousein the county. Special inducements are Offered ite
welt as our motto will be qdlek sales and abort profits..
JACOB 8. BRAND,
etit.l,9lB—aet 14 asouasplAes,
THE RURAL AMERICAN.—Tize
Best Riper for Farmers and Fruit Growers—Ai:
rsPremiutit for only Twenty wfflit
10,000 club agents to circulate the Rural Ameriegen.
Utica,N. V. Volume VIII commences.hinuary let 18lIL
paper free to club subscribers in December 1 This is de
cidedly the beat and cheareit farmer's and fruit grower's
paper in existence. at only $1 a year, and every subscri
ber receives two of the bei.t GRAPE VINES known to
exist, sent free of all expense. or ocz rota/item worth of
RUSSELL'S GREAT PROLIFIC STRAW BERRY
PLANTS,—the largest and most productive in the worlS,
many of which aro actually as large as rtan's woe
Every'person'Pho remits Si will recithe the paper
raw to Jan onry next, and through 1864 for his money!
Sample copies sent fr eo to all applicants, w ith
Peelti rely I offer the best terms to Postmasters and otb
er club agents of any other publisher in this country.
EIGHT DOLLARS in premiums for every club °firm:err
subscribers! I have an immense Supply of the choicest
grape vines, all of which are to be FURE to my subse,ri
hers! Send for specimen copies immediately, and istl
rose Novi 8-Bt] T. B. MINER. Clinton,Oneda Co-N.Y.
I3KEX-NoveS" NE W
a new C of
Church and Singing Music, by W. TkEradbury, is reao
at last, and the publishers. belieee will well repay tM+
many Singing Schools and Choirs which have been wait
ing for it. Some indication of Mr. ftradhriry'a populari
ty as an anther is afforded in the fact that the whole of
the fast-edition - Of ten thousand copies of this new book
were ordered in advance of publication. Other editions
will follow immediately. One hundred pages are devot
ed to the Elements of Music, 'with a great amount of
.new Singing School Music, and nearly three hundred
:pages to Sacred Music. as tunes of all metres. Anthems,
and other set pieces, mostly new . The work is
printed throughout from large plain type, one part on a
staff, Prite, per dozen. 310. - A single copy. to any teach
er, for examination, by mail, post-paid, for $l. Address
MASON & Bestow, 274 Washington St., Boston,or
MASON BROTHERS, rablisbers.
5 k 7 Mercer St!, New York
TO - TRE LADIES OF AMERIGA,
LYON'S PERIODICAL DROPS,
LYON'S PERIODICAL DROPS,
LYON'S PERIODICAL DROPS, -
LYON'S PERIODICAL DROPS,
THE GREAT FEMALE REMEDY!
THE GREAT FEMALE REMEDY I
THE GREAT FEMALE REMEDY
THE GREAT FEMALE REMEDY!
LYON'S PERIODICAL DROPS
LYON'S PERIODICAL DROPS
LYON'S PERIODICAL DROPS
LYON'S PERIODICAL DROPS
ARE BETTER THAN PILLS!
ARE BETTER THAN PILLS!
ARE BETTER THAN PILLS!
ARE BETTER THAN PILLS!
Lyon's Periodical Drupe ars
THE ONLY FLUID PREPARATION
• TIIF. ONLY FLUID PREPARATION
THE ONLY FLUID PREPARATION
THE OILY FLUID PREPARATION
ever brought b•fors the public, and as a diuretic and
specific fur irregularities, chall.ngee •be world to pro
duce an equal; they are, in the moat obetinat. cases,
RIZIABLE, AND SURE TO DO GOOD!
RELIABLE, AND SURE TO DO GOOD!
RELIABLE, AND- SURE TO DO GOOD!
RELIABLE, AND SURE TO DO GOOD!
AND CANNOT DO HARM,- o
AND CANNOT DO HARM,
AND-CANNOT DO HARM, - \
AND CANNOT DO 17ABM,
IF THE DIRECTIONS ARE ADHERED TOI
IF THE DIRECTIONS ARE ADHERED TO I
' IF THE DIRECTIONS ARE ADHERED TO I
IF THE DIRECTIONS ARE ADHERED TO I
SAFE AT ALL TIMES! '
SAFE AT ALT, TIMES!
SAFE AT ALL TI3LESI -'"
SAFE AT ALL TIMES!
except when expreavil- forbidden in the directions which
are wrapped around eaeb -bottle, and have this written
signature of Dr.JNO. L. LYON upon them \
NONE OTHERS ARZ GE ctfINE
. • • NONE OTHERS ARE OEN-EINE I
NONE OTHERS ARE GENUINE
NONE OTHERS ARE GENUINE I
BEWARE OF COUNTF.RFEITSI
SEWARROF COUNTERFEITS r
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS I
They cui•eall Chao ills to which the female system
ankiscted with dispatch and a degree of certainty whit*
nothing - hut &scientifically Compounded field 'prepare , :
tioa.could teach. —
USE NO OTUER I
USE NO MUER I
USE NO °TITER !
'USE NO OTHEILI
For my Drops stand before the world as the ■e pis
nitro of all remedies, for the cure of all , dLsessoi of the
kidneys v.. 1 bladder, Lencoreah,Prolapsne,and the mild
but positive sorrection of all Irregularities.
DO NOT BE IMPOSED UPON
• DO NOT BE IMPOSED UPON .
. DO NOT BE IMPOSED UPON I
DO - NOT BE IMPOSED UPON
by those who have ether preparations, which they de
sire to palm off upowthe strength of the popularity .°
my Drops, and who recommend theirown nostrums,thns
a ppropriating to themselves the constant demand fort
my Periodical Drops,as a medium for gelling something
which is worthless and inefficient- But whetithaDrug
gist you apply to has not got them, either make him
buy them for you, or else enclose one Dollar to the near
est general, wholesale agent, who will, eturn you a
bottleby return Express.
. Youwill thus save yourselves trouble and obtain re
lief from the greatest Female Regulator of 04 Nine
teenth Century. •
OverfS,ooo Bottles of this medicine have been sold
within the last six months, and every Lady that has lased
them, but for the nature of the cure would furnish us
with her sworn certificate of theft efficacy. It takes
but one Dollar to make the experiment, and I appeal to
those of your sex who are suffering—will yon waste
'away when a single Dollarwill give you Instant relief.
Prepared solely by Dr. Jno. L. Lyon, Practicing Phy
Prlcesl per bottle. -
C. Q. CLAIM & CO.,
Wholesale Drriggists, New Haven, Cons.
General Agents for United States and Gonadal,.
For Sale at Wholesale by
D. 8. BARNES & CO., New York,
GEO. C. GOODWIN k CO , Boston.
JOHNSTON, HALLOW&F k COWDBN,
sept 23,'133-eow-ly] . 23 North sixth st.,Phlia
jotj.EMOVAL.—From 433 Market St.
- to the:large Iron Building 5/5 Market and- OM
Jars Goode that: any Honsi in Me United State*.
A. H. FRANOISCITS,,
1318 Id2LBEET .1c 510 COMMERCE STS.,
Keeps the Largest Stock in the United State. of
Buckets, Brooms, Tubs, Churns,
Baskets, Brushes, Mats, Measures,
Clocks. Lookingalasses, Oil Cloths and
Carpets. Window Shades and ' _ -
Bird Oates, Japan Ware, end Paper,Wis.
Also. (Anton Batting, Wadding,
Twines, Wicking, Rapes in Coils '
and Dozens, Cotton Yarns,
Cotton and Linen Carpelpehada.
Our Priem will average Lower, than any other Haase
thiscity. Call and see for yourselves.
For further particulars apply to S. S.SEMICOR.
WHOLESALE GROCER AND
ftb e DUCE COMMISSION MERCHANT,
N 0.702 MARKET & No. 2 NORTH 7th ST., PHILADA.
Invites the attention •of merchants to his large and wolf
&sainted stock of Sugars,Syrnns, Team, and Coffee - earl of
which will be sold at lowest market rates. Country
buyers and idlers willfind it to their advantage to give
him • mill.
Price currontsoontateinit all the Tarictiee of the mar.
tat to be had of S.S. SEIRIMOK, Chemberebutr ,
_ : •
- IV. E. Cbraer of Tenth and 'Chesnut Stra us. l'll Li DE L P. 1114,
Irspre TEE MANAGEMENT OP
L. 'FAIRBANKS,- A.
for the 'last font yearn-Principal and chief bustasill
manager of Bryant & Stratton's Commercial Collegift.• •
A MODEL BUSINESS COLLEGE,
Conducted one new 7stem of Actual Business Trainhts
through the establishment •of legitimate Officers ass
Counting-Dense, fepresenting differmtt departments of
Trade and Commerce, and a •reggiar Bank of Depoillt
and Issue, eying tlie etvient all the advantages of sato
atpractice, and onalifyink him in the shortest potsibler
time and most ; elective meaner for the rations dattii
and employments of busineSS life,
The Course of inatructionin the Theoretical DePati
ment entbaces Book-keeping, Commercial aactilatiois4
Lectures on Business Affairs, Pinstatuhip, Cinstmerci,ig
Laws. Forms, Cbrresporidenee,
the stndent enters Upon the Grudnnting Course, whtdh
includes a continuation in the above studies. with theft
practical application in en their details. lie will II
turn filithe position of Accountant and Proprietor in the
various Departuents of _Whoiesale and Retail rradi.
Forwarding, Jobbing, and fiommisiion Business, Batt
ing. Manufacturing,- Mining, Steamboayng, de., and
finally will act as Cashier, Doak-keeper and Teller in the
Bank. in each of which.positions his previous knowledge
will be put to the fullest practical test.
?This Institution offer, to young men numetous„sd•
vantages not possessedly any other commercial college
in the State. It is ceroidete in all its appointments. Ia
is the only InStitation q the State condueted on actual
business principles. Thecourse of instructien is un=
surpsised, and may becohpleted in about one half the,
time usually spent in other institutions, in consequent:is
of an entirely new arrangement, and the adoption of
the new practical system.
Diplomas-awarded upon the completion' of the Coes
mercial Course, which embraces all except the higher
sets of Banking, Afanvracturing, Railroading, do.
, dec2-ly Bead for a Circular.
Fon, YOUNG LADIES.—The fall session baa cob
nienced, but boarders, can enter at any time. and wilt bo
charged accordingly. There is room for two more bee
ders only. Day-scholars, entering the first or sebeed
week in October, will be charged for four•flftbe of a efts.
shin.' Those - who commence sliortlyMay not be too lee
for the new studies of the session.- A large attendatde
both intim nrim'try and acadeanttal departments, ghee
evidence - of an interest in the school not surpassed- le
any former period. Miss S. Muftis, assistant in the
higher department, bears testimonials of her eminept
fitness In instruct in thehl glierbranches. from aSeminS27
in the West, where she taught for several years. Moe
• primary department is chiefly under the care ofdise
O. D. Mosey, the effects of whose energy and efficient/
appeer in - the flourishing condition of the depertiliertl.
WPM 7.. C. Pe Forest fs welt known as an able and ex*
rienced teacher of music.
TlJlTlbh.—Prom $8 to $l5 per session of the months
TEACIIERS FIJRNISHED. , —SchooIs and families is►
need of teachers, can-hear of young ladies well mlOll4
chiefly graduates of the institution. by addreasing
sep:3o-tf.] Rev 11XNRY ItEEYES Principal. '
'c IIAMBERSBU- RG ACADEMY. '
REAITTED AND REORGANIZED.
ill commence a new quarter on Thursday. Nev.l.9.
Large additions have been made to its already extensity* •
apparatus, a full and efficienbcorps of teachers has bee.
employed and no phi ns or expense spared to render - owe .
oneof the first institutions of learning tit the country
Particular attention paid to Teachers and young - raft
preparing for College.-
A Primary Department for little Boys and Gies Eigs -
been opened In the Academy undercharge of Bliss Witte.
ly. in which the elements of Spelling, Beading, Writing),
Arithmetic. Geography end Bremner will be thorough-
taught. Tuition in this department. $3 per quarter.
For further particularssend for circular or applilo
J.ll. lirxmar, Principal.
A.Oraireraz,n, A. R.. Latin and H. English.
A. M. Tattnran,Commercial Department.
Miss E. EL Snrvarir. Music, Drawing and, Principal dC
Miss FARAH FLORY, Assistant in Primary Department.-
Citambersimrg, ang. 12, '63. -
Dm ant Smug Gobs.
FROM NEW YORK AUCTIONS !:
AT WALLACE'S, - .
CORNER OF MAIN AND QUERN STAMM,
New style Mosambiques,
Mena cbene Plaid,
Twilled Mosambiques for trarelling dreieles,
Superior Muslin Deleines in colors,
Colored Lawns and Crepe do Party,
Black Silk ,superior quality,
_Superior Lyons Redeemer Silks, (sublime quell**
A large lot of Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs,
A large lot of Irish Linen,
Jacimet Collars, new style,
600 Dozens Ladies, Misses and Ilfen`e Cotton Noe
White Linen and Cotton Duck,
Superior French Doeskin,
Superior solid color Mantle Fig Silks, - •it
Superior Grey Leonoras,
Superb Grey Poplin, •
Beat quality Grey Leonores,
Silk N eck Ties and Collars,
Ladles and Misses' Fillet... Mitts;
Marseilles Vesting; C
Super Ladies and Mens' Kid Gloves,
handsome New style Prints andhinghems.
Brnssels,V,elvet,Three-ply(superior finejand Muter
Carpet, - •
Four-four five•fonr Cocoa and Canton Matting,
4—i 5-4 8 , -4 8-4 10. 1 -4 Floor Oil Cloths, •
Superior Bolting Cloths,
SKIRTS i - SKIRTS !I SKIRTS !I
M. A. JOREB
ORLEBRATED " NE PLUS ULTRA" SKIRT,
• SOLD ONI. AT
NO;17 NOBTH Bth St., PHILADELPHIA.
Skirts of all lengths,and any size vraist made to order,
andsatisfaction guarranteeci. -
Ladies; Misses and Children's Skirts of every size awl
sbape,constantly on hand.
Every Skill warranted for Sin Months.
READ HOW WE DO BUSINESS.,
We do not make any cheap skirts inAhe comnion emir.
tation of the term, but we make "F 1
THE CHEAPEST SKIRTS MADE, ,
beCause we make
THE BEST AND DEFY COMPETITION
, Wo warrant every skirt we sell to be exactly sia rep.
reeiented.!Re wake all we sell, and knowing how they
are Maxie we guaranteethem with full coutldence: , ' .4f
we relic badskirt we will exchange it for a new one, and
if they get out of order or break within tiz months, ear
will repair them free of Charge.
"Wo mean to give our customers full satisfaction, bat
w d cannot do so and compete w ith the tow priced auction
goods. - -Wedepend entirely upon the superiority of the
goods we offer, and the fairness of our method of doing
Orders left at Soryocit's Book Store.
1 DIRECTIONS FOR MEASUREMENT.
Take the exactsize of the waist, without any alkew.
mice. The exactlength required and the size around
the bottom spring. Also if the skirt is to be large,
grim% or mediumsize at the top,and whether a traitor
plain round skirt. M. A. JONES,
Nol7 North Bth St., Philadelphia.
Over the Wax figura.
KALI, AND WINTER
NRII.Y.—Thts. E. Otters would inform her Maud*
An the Public generally, that she has just returned trout
New York and i Philadelphia with a large and varied'as.
elortment of Millinery and Faicy Goods, Ladies Drees
and eloakTrimmings, he., &. Her assortment cousisti4
Velvet Bonnits do Mourning Collars
Silk do Ribbons, Silks and Velvet*
Straw do 'Velvet Ribbons—all coke*.
Mourniog do English, Fr enchand knell.
Tatdies Itydal Flatscan Flowers
I- do Otsudith - do ' .
kisses a do ' do ' Benches
'Children's Wool floods French forms '
}do - .1? aae y do Zt•phxr Wool
do Embroidered Caps Shetland Tarn •
Bead Netts Jete - (a fall line)
`Mad Dramas Bead Trimmings
'Flames--all rotors Grenadine Veils
Ladies Drees Cape Belts and Belting
do Mourning Caps Silk Cordand Tassels- -
Stamping for Braiding or Embroidery done to °Mar.—.
tAll are incited to call. . . oct 28 'ISSSia
PHPROTHERS of Soldiers in the Serf
'foe or In Hcrspitsis. esn tundsh them with. the
OSITORY three months for 26 eentspirmosititifise.
51 ,sate, or one jpkr for $l.OO. .