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attorneno at Lab.,
;TER,. CO O.K, ATTORNEY AT LAW.
eilallabtVßbarg, pa. Oiqee in Mrs. Bard's Buildings;
directly opposite the Court [lonic.
Raving had Official connection', with the Provost Mar
dial's office. lid,blTershis services to draft ed men is the
16th Congressional District, claiming exemption from
)filitary service under the law, or fur physical causes.
and hopes frost lye experience and strict attention to
business. to satisfy those' intruqing'' him with their
oases. IN`r30:11, frill' abroad Can receive advice and have
. their cases pre;,tre:, by correspondence. lleferene, can
be had to the Board of Enrollment of the Itith District.
.Ifon. A. E. McClure. Iron. James hill. Chamborsburg,
and Bon. Ed. IcPhersou, Clerk, /louse of Itepresen
-tsiti*ts.. Jan 27.
TC"NP DY & NlLL.—Laic . Nit
nreihip—The im.lemigned have relsociated them
valves in the practice of tbe Law in the 'leveret courts 01
Frankiin Connty, MTh eon Thirket Ftreet. In the room
hevetufore occupied by T. U. Kennedy.
T. B. KENNEDY.
° .tune 17.'6:3. T.J. NITA,.
ALTTORNEY AT LAW.-TVIL
SON BEILL r; Ailarnry at 'Lam—Office on Mar
et bt..formerlYr occupied by licitly & tgli: rp, directly
app site the C , ,urt . Howe, Cliaraberobarg. Pa. All legit
Iniginegq entrusted to him will receive prompt att.mtiou
Ile will practice in adjoining Counties. ..1 un o 17. 'M.
T. 4. 4i - 0m ,n. -* • JORY STEW/MT.
Spu 31 . BauGII & STEWA RT. :At
k tnrnoys of Law. Chainheraburg. Pa.. give their undi
vided attention t - i the Praeliettof their Professian.
John Stewart agent fir pro6nring Bonnty Bowl , .
Pension.. and arreorages of Pay.
int. OM re in the man lately oeonpied by Mon:Wilson
Reilly. o n-Market at.. opposite the Court !rouse. j it n 17.63
pi 31..11; W. S. STENGER„Vtor
neys at Law; Chanillemburg. Pa. Colieetions
Promptly, attim.led to, 1F..4. Stenzer. t .Diqtrict Attar
nay and atrunt for prochring Venghva. 1101141 . y Nlonev
RIO Arrotra of Pay. !Mice Fr.trililin Ilnildin~. 3d
door froth the corner, Jtme.l.7,
WEVEIiPTT. Attorney at Law.
01lice in Mrs Bard's dwelling. direetlS , optip.
site the Cairtnime.(hainherstitirg. Pa.. ‘Vill prnetio
in the several '!onrts of Prakklin and Fulton CenntiA,
AU legal liminess cuirnsted to his care will reeeire
pranitit attention. June 17,1803.
pp-r M'DOWELL SITARPE, Attorno
. at Lan% Chaniherttharg.
_Pit. Office'ia Mrs. Bard's
directly Opposite, the Court !louse.
June 17.1.863. '
1 , 1 •
0. SEMI - LAMER, Attornen at
13.2(0. Cbainbersbnrg. Pa. Of ea—Main Street.
above Queen,in the room formerly occiipiell by S. Reisb
or, Esq.- " , 1861.'
EORGE EYSTER & E. J. BDNE
nitAxil. A llor to , ys 'ea Law. Itny4 rernoce.i . to. the
nrnt on Ilain ;treet,one door South of Eyster'e.Store.
June 1 7.'63. .
TS. CLARK; Attorkey at Law, has
je removed 'his Mice a few.doors' Ea f•t• of his former
),, .atlea. on Market street. (4611046de.) ,-Jane
CALVIN. M. DUNCAN; A ttoivity at
Law. Office on Market Street, in Lawyer's Row,
opposit the Conrt House, • June 17,'63.
TI . FLETCHER. Attorney at Laic,
• Charnherehurg. Pa. Officeon East Marketatreet,
nearlyopposite the Court Hoitse. June 17,'63.
AoLEX. K. ')/I'CLITE.E, Attorney. 4
Lam. Chumbersdiurg; Pa. Oldice in the. Frank/in
Buildings. ' June 17,'63.
WATSON ROWE, Attorney D . Law. Greencastle, (sep
GREAT DIIISCOVERY! , -
,A:tr.VICEL'S IVIOE OP IRON,
ctle cure of Wl:* STOMACHS. Oax'enu. Usuturr,IN
DISEASES OP THE NERVoUS STSTEX, Cos
ST:PATIOS, ACIDITY OP THE. STO3: CH, and for all cased
requiring Tonic _
This Wine ineliidea the most agreeable and efficient
Salt of Iron we pi isse ,* ; rate ofMagnetic Oxide com
bined, with the toss[ energetic of Vegetable Tonics,
Yellow Peruvian Bark. Thu effect in Many canes 9: de
bility, loss of appetite and general prostration, of an
van ietit Suit u Iron, combined Awith our [.doable Nerve
Tonic. is most happy. It augments the appetite. raises
the pulse, takes off muscular flabbiness. removes the
pilotp , dutofdebility,andgivesa florid viglirto the co ante-
Do you want somethfng to strengthen you ?
you want a good appetite?
Do you want to buildup your constitution?
Do you want to feel well?
Do you want to get rillut neryouness?
Do you want energy?
I.X.iysu want to sleep well?.'-
PJ you want a brisk and vigorous:feeling?
Tf yiudo,try KUNKEL'S iterrhat yixt OF IRON
This truly valuable T has been so thoroughly test:-
al by all cisme.; of - the cominunityjfiat it is now- deem
eilludispeasAble Re a TJnic tanlicine. It costa butlittie.
parities the bloo 1, gives tone td tit&'•stonmeh, renovates
the system, and prologs life. I now only ask u. trial
-of thls valuable. Tonic.
40- YeeflT IIONIAL Feb- - 20. 1863:
.Mr.S.,A Knxxv., Druggist :—Dear Sir: J have great
pleasureln testifying to the Complete success of your
Bitter Wine of Iron in my case. 1 have been afflicted
for a number of years with weakness. general debility
sutil giddiness. so much so that I have been confined to
, my - 44f fr the greaterpart of my time and , have had
f he attendance of our best physlylaus, lint received but
little benefit. I had despaired of ever regaining my
health, until hearing o f your inesthuable remedy. BM
eta WINEOF Ines. I determined to try its virtue, and
atr. happy to state it has resulted inn complete care. 1
am in.fre robust and vigorous than I have been for many
ye ire. which feeling I attribute solely to vonr Bitter
Wine of Iron. I have no hesitation in recommending it
to others. sin ilarly affected, and.shall be happy to bear
per'sonal testimony. Youry. truly. If stixtAtt Varna.
PUBLIC.—Dr. KUNEZL:—Dear Sir:
When on- me way.last summer, join my regiment at
Yorktown. you were kind enough to give me
several bottles of your "Biller Wine of Iron." I found
it toast v sin dole in the climate of the Peninsida and the
dist, sees Incident to it. ku prepnrifition of Darks exceed
it va.lne. I believe that its use ivould prevent much
1111.T.100 FEVER, and erfainly prove greet value
it-scttre. Yours,rospectfully, II P. MIX P.
Chaplain.l7Stt Regiment.!'. B.M.
a. Prepared and sold WholeSaliand Retail, by KUNKEL
F Ban .knothecarrs.llB.-Marlcet Street.llarrishurg.Pa
.t, B. NLION; Agent.Charrqiersbnrg. Ps. act-Mt:3-6m
tobacco 'ant af,cgars.
4j CENTS PER POUND TAX.O
ON TOBACCO — The is about 're
pin a tax of 40 cis. per ponndirn Tobacco.
You can Save 50'per cent by
• You can save 50 per cent by •
Buylog your Tobacco at .1. D. JACOB'S
Buying your Tobacco OI J. D. JA•lOll , ,s •
• Buying your Tobacco at J:D. JACOB'S.
. • Primo Navy Tobacco a7sto SO cts. -
• . Prime Cavendish Tolipeoo at SO eta to Si. •
Prime Flounder Tobacco at 75 to 90 eta.
Prime Congress' Tobaeiro Sit 60 to 80 eta.
Prime Twist Tolowed +4'75 to 90 cis.
JACOB'S sells Old i - Virarisla eei Cavendish
JACOB'S sells Old Virgiqta. plain- Cavendish. •
• -• JACOB'S sells Oldair irginla Tw Sr.
• JACOB'S sells Old Tirgp. Smoking Tobacco. -
J ACOBS* Michigan Fine Cut Chewing Tobacco
Cannot be ETfated,'
Cannot be Equaled,
JACOBS' Cigars are superior to all
JACOBS' Cigars are superior to all,
• Be sells his own manufacturing.
Pipes, Moorschaum Pipes, Brier Pipes,
thrr. Pipes, Mahogany Pipes, Apple Pipes Cherry,
Pipes, India Rubber Pipes, Clay Pipes and other Pipes.
Pipe In and get your Pipes, Cigars and Tobacco at J. D
JACOB'sI, Main stoat, Chambersburg. Jan 27-Is.
N.EW TOBAOCO AND SEGAR
STORE.—To the eitizensof chaoth crs b un i and
Tic nay : The'undereigned.haring limn compelled fit
lave Virgininon account of hie Unfeesentiments.hap
come among you toestablish it business, hotiln gf. om hie
long experience,and , by close attentiop, ho will trl e
with a generous snpport. His stock will consist ofst
he hes t brands o [TOBACCO end SEGARS which he Oct
relletscheap as can beh sdanywherelntown. Don't forggt
the place.eign of the ..(title Virginia ntgger, ,, opposM
he Franklin tfiltel .n ext door to 4 h ryot k'P took Store,
Boutikeastcorrice of the Diamond
yHE ARMY OP THE IPOTOMAff
, naw oilier all tbeir Tobneco. CiztrE, Pli)efc krr
rora.J. D. JACOI3'.S. They knowJaeobe sells the bid
mint cheapest. jam 2-Iy.
Ttl ST • RECEIVED A FRESH
- ejr ' Bnpply of **gnu Fine Cut Chewing Tobacco, at
• Jan 27-Iy.'Ph J D. JACOBS
RENT.—The - undersigned
, ;grill rent thereto. FRAME BEILDIN9 4 erected on
nrket streot, from the let of April next. The Wares,
fmnon eneb- story, *TB well adapted either tar State
Rootne!or Shotio!.and will be rented R iney or ertherwlee
as tile. oorivetuent. JOUN B. c 001.—,.
A, N N-U .A. IA STATE ENT . OF
TIIE FINANCES, RECEIPT ANDSEXPENDI
ibit ES OF FRANKLIN COUNT , from - the Oth thiy of
Jmitotry.lB63, to the 7th day o Jammu, 1664, both
days inchtsive. ~ __ -
GEO. J. BALSLEY. TitilASUltE • '
To Cash on hand at last se: tlemeli $5,524 32
ToAmoant of Outstandi ug Taxes r 1862.. 4,786 65
To amount of County, 'State and 3 litia Taxes
- !oriel for 1563--
To unount of Antrim township 80
Chambersburg.....—.... .6, 42
Pannctt township 11,57' 41
• Green township' 14.063 86
-* " Guilford township 19,852 40
• Greencastle Born 1.413 36
" totrualtip„, 3,015 13
LeUerkenny tonnship !4 4:4 82 ,
'Tihrgan township ;7.457 1.1
.. .;i9letat township . ..... 29 212
'llercersburg -Duro' ..... 66
.31ontgoinerytowaship 17.007 no
" Peters township..., 7,016 26
• Quincy townshir....... :5,455 69
Southatuptontownship". 4.760 22
• St Thomas t0wn5hip.464,392 79
44 Warren township 794 20
o Washington tovrnshlp 8,045 86
Wayneshorti'lloro' 1 1,672 56
To Cash on Militia Tax f0r.13.62
• permanet loans ...... :„ 17,328 72
44 sta-cial loan ll'k Cliatab'g 14,945 05
Commonwealth Co.4ts ..... I 300 0•2
" Ituckst ers' license 310 00
4 - 4 Strays
• f'.4r otiv.t 9 50
• " for Jury fer..i 36 00
' tor rehlariell Bon» - ty and
Relief 56 00
44 . f o r special assessment 8:3.
" for exonerated Tax ' 11 55
• for funded ..... I• 15 00
44 for ..lanes Express - Tax.. 13 57
on S.R. lloyit's dnplicate I 179 00
To 4 per cent COll4-ct !tins on State TaX.'l . 1.500 32
To Abitentent olititato Tax. 1.833 29
I . •
i .."` i $125.531 67
C F.O. J. PAISLEY. TB.k.fAz-URKII., I. en.
li•ii I Chin les ifelwicks, 1 relis. Pi.iir tilm.se ..... -.57,355 u 0
Refit:aled TAX . ' 72 07
b_COURTS. , I •
.Paitl NS litres fees in Commummilth I
cases I $1.C37 02
," (liana .fifrois, Tip Slaves ilic:u.'
Soil • , 374 02 • ;
'• 'Eno% trio J ururs •, - I'3ll 2;2 '
.‘ W.S. .$ tenger.Ditittict Attirtieyl .00S 05
W. G. Mittlial. elk:: of Courts] 605 87
" F. Glo • +-er, Court firier j 12) 50- ,
: •.• Samuel Braniff. Sheriff's fees in k
Commonwealth c ises 147 42 . '
' " Samuel 13i :milt,. fur executing. •
. ' Bench Wm rant tuTittillmqi 60 10
.i'•- 4,014 7,5
•, , VAGRANTS. ;
• " John King. tirlirrests. itc ' 71 15
ties. W. llexfy, ffir arrests, R:..; 4 115
" Samuel Brand t . for arreqs, Sic—, lO 15
' ta, R. But J. for arrests, kc, 25 42 . •
' " R. K. McClellan I •., S Si.„
” 11. B. Barison, J. P i 19 55
" T. L. Pletcher. J. P • ; 40 55 '
"- P. ll:unman, J."P , - ' 153 30 •
on orders issued by Board of Relief 6,635 00
LOANS AND INTEBE , T.
.• 4 hank of Chambersbnrg I. 4,161 17
" Bank - of Chambersburg 8,005 46
. 4 . Bank of Dlouubersbnrg .1. 1 . 7.000 00
Bank- of Cbantherrburg 7,154 05
" Bank of charobersburg_ 8481 00
44 Bank of Chanthersbariv• ' 4078 00
" SOIOIIIOII ra Ke I 1.500 00
" interwt on 103,L9 1 974 20
-,. SURVEUNG.I .._ '
" Rini. Kuhn and others ...... .....,. 47 T 5
" John Nitterlionee,Conunissionee 126 52 . •
" John Downey, Commissioner_!. 118 .0.1 1
" iiilla D. Scott, Comtnimibiter.. J. 89'37
" henry Good. Commissioner 1 3450
" ' Cleo. Foreman, Salary as Clerk!. 475 00
" Gee. Foreman, cervices in rel'ilf 25 00
" E. J. liomebrake, Salary as a -
torney ' - 50 00
" . E.J.-Bonehrake Tor extra serviee - 'lO 00
•'S_tationarY for office 14 57
1 : -
• ROAD DAMAGES. ' 943 58
" John I onng's heirs _
25 00 '`
" John A. Sadort -- 1 • 85'00 • •
" Pete! Pi ckimr - - 75- Oa '
" Samuel 31yets. ...2....
~ 75 On
" lateinda Rork 30 tO
" Georae Chambers...., " I - 63 Mi . : :: .
, John Rh trite ....... .....i.., ...... ..j.. 200 0 0:f - -
" Clirodian Shirk ! -1 L 20 00 '
" John Yon.d.
" F. U.
• Michael Gouse.....
" 'Adam Hoke
" Abhn.l heil.
• John Millet
" Philip Itamman. for holding in
quests on sundry dead bodies 22
" P. Rahman and others, dif 17 e
11.0. Davison. , - dn 10 63
William B •ssert. do .8 37
" Wm Boyle, for making
mortent examinations r 25 00
BOUNTY P.\ll) Tv VartN,TEURS.
' John W. Everett and other
• • COURT BOU F.
cleaning Court tltinse yard, itc. , 53 6.1
" Gas company - 23 64
sa• repairs• - 17 72,
•• Sro sending records away °Mac
count of the Rebel invasion... 45 '23
John G1E38110". CtlttllK Wllo , 5 00 ~.
" Wunderlich & Neail. for col 3.1 50
" stationery fa• Court 4 49
" lhr wiSiud • 15 15
- S Brennatnan undothers i 674. 35
'PC BIND ./PRINTIN:G. ... _.
" 0 11. Mork loin A Co, 24 00 -- - :
" George 11, Mengel ........ 4 -4.... 17 13
" B. Y. llamsher At, • 212,50
" 31•Clure A. Srotter..-.... .-. ..... f - 139 CO
--. 3 - 62 63
• - ELECTIO. - S.
" sundry persons f r;lwldin • general anti'
jownship clecti np 2 - • 1.122 10
NEW' 11111DOR AND BRIDGE REPAIRS.
" FraatzA . :lllllPraloritgomery tp 16 93
" Lawrence Berger. Britain 7 " 223 •
" Joseph Gainher. Lurgan " 15 00
" Janus Parker, Southainilt. n " 'B9 64
“ `• tt -, ..r
4 ' is a.,
" Thomas Pomeroy,Lnrgan " 62 93
" JB. Angle, Montgomery f'o6 00,
" • Williant Berry, Green, i " 7 62 ..
" Jtnl Miller (Maxon) Largnn " • 5:1'10 1. 4
" T. B. Wood, Roxburyand Back
creek ' .14.... PBO 05
4, C. T lin lay. Lurgan , 1 - 80 00
" T.B.Wnoil, Sro new bridge billlt
in Sonthantpton towns* ~- .• ._
1.550 00- .
4 • sundry persons for road r, Ns. 75 00
CON STABLE B.sl - ygp,s.
Smith, feed is C002.1c,11.1es 10 21'
. 4 S. R. Doric 99-bl
- R. E. 111 4 CO.IIAn j 5 1:;-
M TUTU - TAL X RS.
" Commissioners and 01021 t for , • .
services to the matteetif mi
litia • .•'
tax. ... 4.e..„. ' 135 00
"' Stambaugh & Dtit4can armory;. ,
rent '-;.*, -- ft 00.00 -
,1 i ; - 195"00
" Sam'l Brandt,boartNyile . (Mors 1,991 97
44 44 reinttio pr on-
erg to Eastern Penitentiary-. 268 15 ' •
" Samq Brandt, summon'Wra .•96 75 _ .
44 _ " bringWk, " n
era from Fulton conofp.. 7 50
4, A. J. White,_ for clothing 44 4
blankets Ll....,, . , 95 13
, " P. Feltman, shoes - for prieors . --, 7,3 23,
14 Jacob Sellers, superintli i ' :-?00 00
~ D. 0. Behr, ticking and ho ters , 10 62
" . Eyster„ Iloseand relp kir 16 40
" Henry Rinehart. ibr repel 9..3. - 851
" John Montgomery. Shysieon.4. ' -40 00 '.
" Oaks & Linn. for stone roe , ?2 50
4 ' Huber & Tolbert. for harthrilie . 16 50
" Wunderlich,k Nead,for coal,. , ;122 87
' " Thomas S. Wright, ford ocket.r '---", 428
" Conrad Miller, for shoes, 14, . '''.,"- -2 . 60 _
" J. B. Miller. for tinware 4.. „Ift l'i7
" ' John B.:Stuart. for plasteri. ^-7 50 '
'"- H. Louchhelm. for clothing. ,. ' 200
" /toter & Bro ., for Mercbane 11 52
Frey &Meng, for coffins' ' ,' ,5 50 ,••
", Myers & Brand, for hardware::. 5 04 -
" Guthrie & Bittinger, forlim9,.. 4 22 ,
" :11,18enseny, for carpenter irOrk 12 14 ''
. I• ' . .-4-= -- =- 2,991 37
.. • .71:iSTICES! FEES. , -
't If. B. Davison and otheriVfees in Corn- „
i monsrenith eases ' I 4 t - 107 04
, MISCHLLAIfroIIBt!. .
•li 'B. 8. Sbryock, 54 dookettfor .
'Jaunty Surveyor , 10 50
-- 1,238 00
' • Emanuel Kuhn, for recording
drape • - 200 00
" Kriffer & Co, ledger for' Trtsts
nrer 10 00
" Heider & Co., ledger for Cio
- in ers ' • .8 00
" Keiffer & Co. docketelor Reg- -
inter and Prothonotairy - 82 50 . •
" T. B. Miller, difference on,stote =
trade. ... . ... s 8 13 .
" -Penitentiary draft • ' 397 56
E. C. Boyd. for revenue stenaps ' 12 75
" Constables' returns 96, 95
`'D. K. Wunderlich. Geo. Jarrett
and D. B. Martin, Auditors \
• and Clerk-- - -•- -140 00 •
" E.J. Bonebrnke and Soil-. \
hamer, - far, auditing accotints
. i u c office.
Of Conaty Btattt and. M tia taxes for 1562.
Joliet W. Skinner and others 102 38
OUTS fANDING TAX
In the hands of Collectors for 1883..'
Antrim township 132 21.•
Chainbersburg borough 1.428 84
Fannett townstffp 341 26
Green township 946 44'
Guilford township ' • 174 70
G reencast to borough.
Lurgon township 29 43
Lottqrkenny township 509 92'
'Metal township_ - '..t..'5 64
MOutgoniery , tOwnship ' - 920 12
NI orcerslourg borough 228 68
l'et6r'S rowmihip 126 41 -
'Quincy township 344 21
St Thontioi:township ' - 538 34
Southanipt tn township 119 10
Wsrron township..... ...
Was ilugton township
By 'Exonorations on County, State
and Militia tax for 1803
•• Abatement allowed tax payers 1,565 19 •
" 4 per cent. collections allowed
the County on:gate tax p 39- •
008 'l , O - 1,500 32
" Trensnrer'scomniimionot439,,, -
00S 00 a 1 2 per cent 759 16
" Abatement allowed County on
. on $34.607 52 State tax, at
5. par rent
" ,Treasurer's oominiaeiuu
bitraingS7S.B32.62 at 1 per
cent. an alloweil by th.Cont
missionera and approved by
the - Auditors • • 788 32
" Treasurer's commission on' col
!eating 841.348 74 - ,' Cr,unty
Tax_at 1 par cent 1,240 45
'" Tre entrees corn ni issi on omitted
attain settlement - 41 31
Paid State - Treasurer '34,834 43
-- 44,044 06
Balance due c0unty....,...., ...... .............. . . ..; 44 85
We. the undersigned. Commissioners of Franklin co,
Penna.. in testimony - of the correctness of the foregoing
account. hnvii hereunto -set our, hoods. at the Cionmis.
-atuners! Office, this ith day of.rattuary..A, 18134.
JOHN DOWSEY, Com'ro
Attest: lIENILY GOOD, .
EO. FOIIENAN, Cleric.
We, the undersigneil, - Andito'rsof tho County of Frank
lin, do hereby earl ity that we have excanined the draftsl
of tbeCommissioners, with, the receipts fir the saniii,l
upOn Oeo. J. lialslay. Treasurer.. as all,, the bills end so
comas in the Commissioners! 0111 c upon which said
drafts havesbcon issued. from the 9'.h day of January
A. D.186:3. to the 7th day of Jantury. A. D. 1864, lioth
days inclusive, and fruit a balarice In the hands of said
Treasurer of forty s fotir dollars ands Iglity-five cents.
Witness our hands, this 7tb day cf January, A. D, 1864
D. K. WILNDEKLICH,
D. B. MARTIN, ,}Anditers. I
Attest: W. S. A IIDEF.SON,
-GED. Yoramag, Clerk.
AMOUNTS RECEIVED FROM COLLECTORS srsc :
TILE SETTLEMENT. -
Henry Balaley, Coll ector of A i.t rim township - $6O vy
S. R. Boyd. " • Cletmbersburg ' 7 75.
IlatTis Finley, o Fsnnett towush p...... 200
John :-_ , ..Yatikey, " • Guilford " .... 95 90
S. B. Shively, " ~ - 4 reen " .... 290
.3 B. Kaufman " , Greencastle Borongh 136
William Forbes, , " Letterkenny towns'p' 356
Henry Swanger ' Dugan
Ono. W. Wolf, , " Mereersburg Born'... 150 6
John 11 4 1,:tughlin " - Montgocuery towns p 42 5
Jacob jlaulman " ' Peters 4. - 114 8
Geo..h.tiopper, " gilifiCY " 230 0
Jacob Shew St. Thomas " 175 oh
J. IV. Phenicio - •' Warren " 118 ~
Joseph P. Funk, " . Washington " 1,0
JAMES G. ELDER, Treasuter.
RECEIPTS AND "EXPENDIi.
TURES 0 - f TIIE POOR 110USR AND lIOUS
ito ~.,MPLOY BENT OF FRANKLIN COUNTY, for t e
bear commencing 'January sth, A. D. 1863, - .and endin
January. 4 th, A. it. 1864: -•' -G.
Balance in Treasurer's hands at last i - ettlement $258 6
Received from Geo:J.Bnlsley, County Trurer, ;
- fur. the m eks
onth of January. 1863• I • • 1,070 00
Roc'd from tame fur the mon th.of February,lBn3, 570 00
do • do . du 31rpoh, ; do 600.0
do ; do do April, Al) 660
du do do Juno, 'do 590
'do du ' du - August, . do 1.24 0
do do do September do 600 lio
do do do October, .do 465 (10
do ' do do' November, do 800 )0
do do do Detember, do 515 20
The following aims-were received from! other -
sources. viz: ~
Received from James Chariton, Steward, for lard,
butter. turkies, drier beef, eggs, Sc., Sold from 1
the Cain 292 ill
herd from W. S. Everett, muney collected from
Henry Reilly ' 17 ;5
-du Margaret Hunter, for boarding..:....
' du Everhart Ilafsr, fur maintaining and I
- - boarding son - 7 7 d
do - Joseph Speck, for maintaining and
. boarding wife 24 1
do -• , W. 8. Everett, payment collected 1/11
Deardorff propel ty, sold by Dimes. 43;
.; do Mary Woodring; money placed In 1/1- I
rectors' hands for - malntaining her - I
. - child 127
,do • W. .fizel, fur bearding' - -21
. du -- W. S. nverett, money Collected on
i . - ' the property of Catharine Needy.. 31
de J. B. Miller, for maintaining add sup
; porting Win. Simpson at Penna.
- Lunatic Hospital. Harrisburg 10
do Stair, boarding & maintenance,
Total receipts - S.I.V
. OUT.1)0011. EXPENDITURES.
Amount of outstanding drafts of previous year, $llll 20
Ant:t paid out-door paupers • - ' ',ill 00
do Justice of - the Pence, on • orders of i
- removal and relief od oo
do ' Constables for executing orders of re-
wind and relief, and 'linage 81) 60
do for coffins for out-doon paupers and i
' inmates of house..., 14 60
do , other counties far supporting paupers
belonging to Franklin county 00
,E do • for removing an insane pauper to pa. _ 3
Lunatic flospital i 3 93
do for medical attendance to opt door •
paupers 40 00
do . Penna. State, Lunatic Hospital for
maintidning. Ac., insane paupers.... 15 27
_do fir relief occcusloned by accident, &c.,.. 9.3
do ' for advertining , nunual statement ioo
r - a
do fidvertising property of Catharine •
- Needy. an out-door pauper 1 00
IN-DOOR EXPENDITURES & EXPENSES OF ROUSE.
Ain't paid for wood 231,1 7'o
do for-coal ' 40
do for beef 93 90
do fur pork • Bgo
do for groceries 5 2 45
do for dry goods.. 16
do - for shoes and cobbling 1 25,
do for drags'
do for tobacco.. 89
do for queensware and crockery 378
do for flab ''' 105
do Mr hardware • - 121 86
'• do for repairs to bake oven._ ,
; do- for tin-ware 6 ifi
it do • , for flour 1 00
r do for horse feed. 16 00
do for corn • . 1 00
do for rye.. • 00
do for oat& - 75
do for corn brooms. 550
~ do for.dmft books ` ' 19 26
.do for clothing tilf, 29
' do ,Cr stationery - 250
, do Ibr blank books..
do for postige and box rent - 12 60
,do - for glazing - i 500
do forlutts I
EXPENSES OF FA.1131. ,
Am't paid for mending wagons and farming
' do for amlthing
', do for labor on farm.. •
do for harvesting
db -. for coal fat lime
•do for .......
do for leather and eadd)ory. - -
Aneepaid Director, sod niflogo--..
do Attorney and Clerk.
5129 331 f 7
n-21 ithrtintV 17 , 104.
• do Igyaloiin
do Trensuro . r
• ! I x a p t e r r.t.etH . on Tr - ecomrer's bond.--
4xn't paid for keeping horses ar- ilarrisbnrg du.
I ring the ReliCl inrasion. 28 80
I Two hundred'ini,lsi'givori to'the Rebels. 2 colts. 23
3nstiels of corn, SO ilickens.l9 docks and shout 8 tuns
Ifraower grass taira 'by the Rebels during Lees irva
don in Jen() lost.: J .
RECAPITULAT - lON.
zn't paid for out-door rxprnsiw.
do for in.doOr expenses:,
.do - f•r twin expenses..
do for alb - tries, ...... ....
1 , do for incidentals
IBeilancO in Treasurer's lianda
Whole 'lumberer out-door panpors during the year,
I,' - 8_; present 1111111:. or, 64.
We, th e undersigned. Di rester, of the Poor and House
of Employment of -Franklin ;county. having ezcamined
the foregoing statement. do r ertify to its correctness.
W. 8. ttiattitlB.
I SAMUEL RECRIST, Directors
Tent: JOHN DOEBL ER,
W. S. E.Trarrr, Attorney and Clerk. ,
! We. the undersigned, AUditors of Franklin conn . ty.do
!certify that we have examined the foregoing account of
Charles Oniwicks. Treasurer of the Directors of the Poor.
and find it correct, and also find a balance in his hands
' of one hundrtid and forty-fodr dollars anti seven cents.
January 4th, A. D. 1h64.
- D. R. DERLICH,')
D. 13." Atids
W. S. ANIBEASON,
PRODUCE OF POOR ROUSE FARM FOR 18
goo bushels of wheat; 474 bustle's of corn : 330 bush.
els - of oats: 12 loads I.lay 20 'bads corn fodder: 4.200
beads of cabbage: 2 barrels sour kraut ; 7 barrels of cu
cumbers; 395 bushels of potatoes; 4,600 lbs. Pork; 1.400
lbs. beef; 150.55. veal: 6 barrels of cider: 35 bushels of
winter nppl. s; 20 bushels of onions; 18 husbehiof beets;
30 bnahels of tomatoes; In bushels of turnips; 3,001
lmsbels of lime.
STOCK ON HAND ATSETTLEIERNT. -
. . .
6 head of work borses;l2 bead of ntilcb , cows; 11. head
of stock cattle. 24 head of stock hogs. 5 breeding sows,
700 bushels of wheat, 7 loads of ha 2 loads'of corn fod
der, 2 barrels of pickels, 134 barrels o r k ut. 0.400
Ms. pork, 5.000 lbs. beef, 1,'200 The: lard, Plow,
4 kettles ofapple butter, 20 nnshels of apples. 2 barrels of
vategor, 50 hashefs oats. 150 bushels putat des. 4 1 A bush
els of elorerseed. 0 fuldiels of beets, 0 bushels of - outwits,
500 - ffeads of cabbage.
NUMBER OF PA.IIFER3 TN TITE'INSTFTIITION=ON
• , - THE IsT OP JANUARY, 1804.
Average number nupparted dtiring the year 111
Meals given towitylanng persons during the year, ,
with lodging..ke 561
Children bound tint during the year- 6
feb.ti-at i , JAMES CHARITON. Steward.
VOTICk—AII persons knowing
thcinseleeis litaehted FOR FEES In the REARS
TER AND. RECOROER'S OFFICE, will please sett*/
the same without further aetice, as my term of ate
has expired: My books will'be at the Register's Mae
or tli- present..., [decl6] . E: C. 13011).
All ERICA , LIFE INS UR AN 014!,
South-eastcorner: of IValnut and Fourth Street:, .17tila.
delphia. incorporated 1850, Chartei Perpetual.
AUTHORIZED; CAPITAL, 8600,000 00. PAID UP
CAPITAL. $250,000 00_ ASSETS, $1.897,746 50.
Insures lives during tit natural life, or for abort
terms; grants snafu' t a -did endowments, and makes
contracts of nll kinds .„ epending on the issues oft life.
Acting also as' ExeLutors. Trustees and Guardians.—
Policies of Lite Insbrance insured at the usual mutual
rates of other good Companies—with profits to the lu
eared—last Bonus, Jannary, 1861. being 43 per cent.
of all premiumti received on mutual policies at joint
stock rates, 20 Per cent. lm than the above.
•• . • :NON-FORFEITURE
By which a Orson pays for 5; 7, or Id years only,lvlten
the Policy is paid up for life, and nothing more thit•Anay,
and should be be unable, or with to discontinue sboner.
the Company will lino a paid-up policy in propcaion
to the amount ( . )1 premiums paid. as follows: '
lAt 5 year I At--7 year I
At 10 year
Rat•e. Rates. Rates. -
the annual pr
ulna (nn polls
On pay't of 4 an.
,a 6 •
4t 8 '1
Anntial premilim 1..
NON-FORFEITURE TElir YEAR TE.
Age 20, ' • ' 45 4 7 . - ..530 50
"25 ' t . ;.t.. 34 00
" 30 ' '3B 40
" . 35,
". 40, ' 47 00
••••• a 50 '
~.. 60 30 .
Insurance nifty be effected. giUng to any party,on - the
death of life lured, a certain 'yearly income by endow
ment for. life, thus avoiding - all clptingencies of invest
ing the same, alai may be double or treble the yearly
ALEXANDER WIIILLDIN, President. ' '
SAMUEL WORK, . Vice-President— - '
JOIIN S. WILSON. Secretary anOreasurer.
- • ! BOARD OF TRUST - 11dT .s S. '
Alexander Whilldln, , J. Edgar Thompson:
lion. Janes Pollock, Ilan. Joseph Allison.
Albert C. Roberts, - Jonas Bowman, •
Samuel T. Bodine, H. H. Illthldge,
George Nugent, 'John Aiknian.
Wm. J Howard, . •... 1 Chits, F.llettzlitt ,
I MEDICAL EXAMINERS.
.Y. F. BIRD, al. D., I J EWTON WALE ER, M.D.
In attendance at the ; Col:ninny's office daily, at 12
WM.G. REED, Chambersburg, Pa.. is . the nut l hor [zed
Agent of the American Life Insurance and Trust Com
pany, and is always prepared to furnish pamphlets or
" Inay information wanted, and to take Insurances.
DR. J.C. RICHA KOS, Medical Examiner.
REFERENCES-4ton. A. K. NfeClore. Rov.S. J.Nic
collo, J. K. Nixon, Chombersbuig, and. Wrn. N. Marsh I
Costlier Hagerstown Bonk. 00t21,83-tf
- NSURANCE' COMPANY OF
Noittr i r A3I.ERICA. INCORPORATED 1794.
PERPETUAL CHARTER. VA_PITAL EMIG 090
OFFICE.7-,Nd. 232 L
WANUT STEEP?: PHILADELPHIA.
- This Company are now prosecuting the bus ine-el of fa
st/rune° from Loss or Damage by FIRE on Bnildingst
Merchandise, Furniture &c.. throughout the State •
Pennsylvania. on LIBER AL TERMs, for lona- or short
per,ods,; or permanently on Buildings, by a deposit
Prentinm. , .
- The PRO3OS PAYRENT of CLAIMS (10089E8 finring the
periodof nearly SEVENTY YEARS the he rompany-heS
been in exietance, entitles them to the confidence of the
public. . I
Arthur O. Coffin,
John A. Brown,
. John R. Neff,
Richard D. Wood,
William E. Bowen,
CIIARLES PLATT, Seey. ARTHUR G.COFETN.Pru.
IFM:NrEaLER,- Central Agent at Harrisburg, Pa.
vs! U. REED, Chamberebarg, Pa., is the anther
-11,,ed Agent:of the Insurance Company of North Ameri
ca, and Is always prepared to give any information de
eired,and to take Insurances. ,
ItESERENCES--Charles H. Taylor and John D.brier,
Chambereburg. oct 21'63-if
OIIR .AGENT.-Mx. JOHN Ggo - yE. ,
of Glnunberablirg, in the General Agent of the
Franklin County Mutual Insurance Company.
June 17.'83. WM. Mc LELLAN
jt.EMOVAL.—From 433 Market St.
to the:laturo Iron Banding 513 Market and MO
More •Ooodathanafty House fa the United States. -
- ,A. H. FRANCISCITS,
isi MABICSTi-,4 510, COMMISRCB STS.,
Xeepa the Largest Stock in the United States of.
Suck ets,Brootas t Tub s, Churns, -.
Baskets, Brushes, Mats, Measures,
Clocki3.Looking.tilasses, Oil Cloths and -
Caipets. Window Shades and ,Paper, "'"'
' .• , .Stru tav,es, Japan Weire..ind Weir's. - -: .
Atso. Cotton :tatting, Wadding,
Twines, Wicking,ltopes in Coils
and Dozens, cotton Yarnd, !
Cotton and Linen CarPet-ohe3n.'
On r Priees,willaventge /Amer than isnyother - Rause
In thiscity. Call and see for yourselves. 1
For flitther Particulars apply to 43: S.SIIIIYOOIII
Chamberbnrg. , ,
, 40 GO
TOR PRINTING,: in every style
p &Art the Oleo dale 71101Elati REPOIMORY
..... -..-... MVP
..... 910 10
..... 144 07
00 00 $285 00
00 00 571 401 ''l 400 ' 00
I ' 857 10" ''
• t 4. Morris 'Wain,
John - Mason.
• George L. Harrison,
Francs R. Pope;
Edward 11. Trotter,
Edward S.l larks,
Tg E._. DRAFT.
uiLi.i.tu 0 ELWICKS,
R o.c kB.,
- and Dealer in allkinds of blerchandlr has
- MADE , ANOTWER nftwr
on Philadelphia and New York for
- 'NE WGOODS;
and anceeeed fubrinaing to •
ritr . glat
- Merchandise offered
In this place. As thfs Mtge
stock embraces such a.rastvariety '
of iirticles, it would be impossible to
nrinierate articles and give prices. Suffice
to sat that this v.tried asseirtment of
good. embraces a full and complete
a l sortment of GR.OOEBIES•
from the common to
, • , finest
• • . to Market.
Choice Green and Slack
Teas. Chocolate, line Syrups,
Sugars„ Coffees, Salt, Fish, Plekles,like,
Cheese, fresh Crackers, dAed
'Beane, ilonifriy, Catnip, '
_Pepper Sluice, Tice
' I gar, &C., Ai. Also - ,
a complete as. .
• 'sortment •
PURE, FRESIL 'GROUND AND UNGROUND SPICES,
AND' BAKING ARTICLES. •
All SPlces moll are carefully cleaned and greund on
hia own spite mill. Also, a fall variety e
2 • Tw in,es
, Cloice Segue,
- • Common Slopes
- Combs, • •
, Pocket. Knives,
Articles of Hardware,
AND 5000 ARTICLES NOT NA,MED,
all of which will be sold at cheap figures
WHOLESALE AND• RETAIL,
Cell and examine, for y Kugel" and be convinced that at
• GELWICK'S CHEAP STORE. .
le the place for bargains.
P. Imre also 1Q1) Bottles of domestic maroxfac
ture of stricily pure Gape Wine for stile„ [decl6;63]
THE FRANILIN : .. . : 1
' CLOTIIING EMPOREQI
~S,TYL.ES-. , ..
LARGEST STOCK—CHEAPEST PRICE.
'The undersigned can assure the Public, and defies enc
cessful coutiadietion, that his event 'Heaney) in the
East ernAlties enables him to offer nie of thelargeat and
most attractive stock of •
CLC T IC E 13/1 /
Fhe the Fall And Winter Seas of iseatitO be fonu
in anysimilar establishment in thifsection. Eyeryva
Made in the very,best style and at the lowest prises
• GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
Such' ae Shirts. Drawers'. Collars, Cravats, Neck Ties,
liandicerchiefs.le., &e. Special attention is ceded to
thi Departmepk, •
I would invite an' examination of my Stock of Fine
Cloths.Kessermera.Vestings,S:C., which I manufacture
upon special orderw.
I would beg to saythat my Goods are manufactured
under My own supervisiim and by the very best work
men. My present stock le the mesa extensive I have yet
had in store and I t:espectintly ask my fries de and tll6
Public to give me meal! before purchasing elsewhere.
Remember the old Stand. .1. T. HOSKINSON,
Franklin Hotel Building.
Corner of the Diamond and West Market Street. _
tet. 7. Chambersburg, Pa.
" r 7l_, ELLIOTT, CLOTHIER,' Soldr.
swat aracr of the DIA JIWYD, nest sloor 'to the.
Bank, CNAMBERSBURG, has just returned from the
City with a large stock of superior and seasonable
Gooda,such as 40TITS.CASSIMEEES. SATINETTS,
JEANS. CORDS,S c.. far Colas. and VELVETS, SATINJI kESEILLES.and other Vestings. Also-'--a very tine
selection or READY-MA.pr. CLOTHTNG, !which he
prepared to sel l at the. vety lowest market prices.
CUSTOMER WORK.—As he employs a first- , -ate cot
ter. he is prepared to make up nil kinds of t arments
Sir Men and Boys,to order,in the best styles. Sntis
inct inn will be guaranteed.
A large assortnient,ot GEsTI.MEN'S Fustssimmen ooms,
such as Shirts. Drawers. Collars, Handkerchiefs. Sue.
penders.Carpet Bags. Umbrellas. &c.. always on
hand, Give him a call and save money. [June 1'4'63
T W. SCOTT, GENTLEMEN'S
yousisjuNG STORE. and 8117ItT MANUF
ORA% No. 814 Chestnut - Street. Feur doors below
"Continental." Philadelphia. Particulitrattentitmgi
tbordered,Shiita. A perfect flt guaranteed.. Persons at
distance can Oder by the following Shirt Measnree •
517.0 around the Neck :
" Chest under the Arms :
44 44 ‘Wrist : •
Lengi h of Arrns(bent)fromcent re of back
to middle of bowl :
Length of Bosom et side
" shirt :
C: WALBORN & CO'S
° WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
AND DRESS STOCK MANUFACTORY,
5 se 7 North Sixth Street,l i haat - klphia.-
811k,Merinoand Cotton IttderSbirta and Drawers-Ora
vats, Scarik,Oloree,Handinarchiefs,&c. Shlrta;Wrappers
and Dress Stocks made to order - by-measurement, and
warranted to give satisfaction.
Orders may-bele - ft with S.S. Sataocit,Cbamlierabutg.'
WESTON & BROTHER,
ito'.`9oo Arch Stmt. Phikuleiphia; Pa. ' -
Having received liberal share of patronage from Chain.
berebnrg and vicinity, we are encouraged to ask for
more: The excellence of our good!' and onr . werk,and
the care we take to give entire satisfaction is a sufficient
guarantee that we value our reputation. •.• . • '
' nov 11 , 6.1.1 y , YFitSTON A BROTHER..
. WASIIMIAIIGH!S BREWEILY,
The tmderalgood takes' this method of iatorniing. hie
friende and the pulplic generally, that be hes tinged Aor
a term of yeatethe well known Brewery establiefitnent
heretofore conducted - by Mr:Linton'
be glad to furnish to hie friend* and the bld Petro& I
of the Hattie with the finest ALE nnor the ehorteet'no
tie,e and at the Imieet
le.. The, jk4gh_Li_it . Oak 'price' will tie paid for
tittabelauf idielflrerbitat Chatberebutg.•
jffi 2 01.0 4 7 ALF.X.AND,BaIdA,ST3=S..,
, BUSINESS CiX, ! LEE,SI
Corner of Tiittli and Mends, -
• ' 1131,121 THE ELVEAREMENT OP
L. FAIRBANKS; A: M;
for; the Utst four years principal and chief bu t sinesa
manager of Bryant. & Stratton's Commercial College. ,
Conducted on a new system of Actualßusirress Training
through the, establishment of legitimate Officers lind
counting-house. 'representing different departments 41
Trade and Commerce, and a regular „Bank of Deposit
and Issue, giving the Strident all the advantages °tattle;
al practice, and qualifying him in the shortest pounds,
time and most effective manner for the various duties
and employments of business life.
The Course of instruction In the . Theoretical Depart -
went embaces Book-keeping. Commercial aticulations,
Lectures on Business Affairs, Penmanship, Ckunosereicift
Fbron Correspondence, dc. In the 1 '
• BUSINESS DEPARTMENT
the atqent. entersuponthe Graduating Course. which
includes a continuation in the above studies. with their
practical application in -all their details. Ile will fa
turn fillthe position of Accountant and Proprietor in the
various Departments of Wholesale and Retail Trade,'
Forwarding, /ebbing, and Commistfon Btrifiess, Bank , "
tag, Manufacturing, Mining, Steamboating, etc., mid
finally will act as Cashier,' Book-keeper and Teller in the
Rankin mach of which positioiethis previous knowlisige
will be pat to the fullest plactiCal test.
IThis Institistion 'offers to youbg men numerotai
vantages not possessed by any other coramerciariollegti
iri the State. It is complete in all its appointments. It
is theoniy Institution in the State conducted on actinit
business principles. The course of instruction is un-,
enarpsssed, and may be completed in about one half the
time usually spent in other institutions, in consequence
of ail entirely.new arsaugement, and the adoption of
the new practical siYstem. _
D'plomas awarded upon the completion of the nt
mcreial which ;embraces all except the higher
sets of Banking, Mannfacturing, Baaraadirig, sfc.
dec2-ly Send for a Circular.
CHAATBER - SBURG ACADEMY.
REFITTED AND .REOROANIZED.
Will commence a new quarter on sjonday s February B.
Large additions base been made to its already extonsisn
apparatus, a Full and efficient corps of teachers Las - been
employed andlno pains or expense spared to reuder.ourn
one of the first institutions of learning in the country.
Particular attention paid to Teacheraand -young man
preparing for College.
- A Primary Departinent for little Hoye and 'Girls has
been opened in the Acadeniyundercharge of Miss Perkins
in which the elements of Spelling, Rending, Writing,
Arithnietic„Geogriaphy and Granular will be thoroughly
taught'. Tilition ill this department. S 3 per quarter. ,
Forturtherparticulareeenclfor circular or apply to
V A.CI7LTY. •
J. R. Kinicr.Y,Priacipal. . ~ -.
A.OVERPTELD, A. R., Latin and R . En glish .
A. 11. Talmstra.Commercial Department. ,
Miss H . El. PERRI:SB, Painiting, Drawing and Principal
or Primary Departnient.= - .
Arise SARAH FLOW!, Assistant in Primary Department
pbambersbnrg.jan 27,'63. ) '
F r oit YOUNE/ LADIES.—The Spring Session will
Commence on Tuesday. Feb. 9th, 1884, but boarders can
enter at any time. and will bs charged accordingly. A
large attendance, bothin thaprimary and academical do-
partments4ives evidence of an interest in the school ndt
surpassed in any former period. Mies S. H.Curtie.
tent in the higherciepartment, bears testimonials/A bet
eminent fitness to instruct id the higher branches, from a'
Seminary in the West, where she taught for seroml yesup. -
The primary department is Chiefly under the care of Mrs...!
C. B. Maxey, the effects of whose energy and eflicieney
appear in the flourishing condition of the -department.
Miss Z. C. De Forest Is well known as an fibre and expe
rienced teacher of music.
TUITION.—From $8 to $l5 per session of five months, -
Boarding, $BB. •
TEACHERS FURNISIIED.chooIs and families to
need of teachers, Can hear of young ladies well gnalificii,
„chiefly graduates of the institution, by addressing
Jan 27-M] Itev.l3:ENlll7*REEVES•Principal.
SADDLERY.! SADDLERY !--Sad
dies, Bridles, Harness, Cloilars,Trunks,Valises, kcj
Sign of the HORSE COLLAR.
JEREMIAH OYSTER respectfullyreturnshistbanks
to his patrons for the liberal encouragement received
from them heretofore,and he would invite them and t he
com — rannity generally, who may need any. thing in kb ._
line, to givehim a call at his OLD STAND, on the East
,eide of Main Street. Chambersburg, Jive doors South o-
Huber g Tolbert'allardwareStere, where lie keeps con
atently on hand every variety 6t SADDLERY ANV
HARNESS of his own Manufacture, and he is prepared
to sell thesame at terms that defy competition. Every
artic:e offered for sale is warranted to be made of the
best material and by competent workmen,which will be
folly demonstrated on en examination thereof.
' TRITER'S AND VALISES.—He- would also call the
attention of persona wanting a good, neat, cheap and«
aubstanial Trunk orTalise, to his assortment.
SADDLE AND HARNESS MAN
UPAPTORY.—The,undersigned would respeetfolty
announce to his friends and the public generally,that
he has taken the SADDLE AND 'HARNESS SHOP for
merly carried on by Matthew Gillen, deed, oul WEST
MARKET STREET. near the Ctmococheague Creek, in
the Borough of Chambersburg, where he manufactures
Saddles, Bridleiand Harness, and has constantly on han4
an excellent assortment of Collars, Whips, &c.
lleemploylt = none but the hest of Workmen, and con
scructs all work from tho best material. TRUNKS arid
VALD3ncotstantly on hand, all of which will be sold.ss
theapay the cheapest. A continuance of the former pa
tronage of the shop is most respectfully solicited. •-
une 17, 63 JAMES B. HILLAH
IWHIPS ! °WHIPS ! WHIPS S---a
Wilma& Sat. rro I &X, corner of Main and
Washington Streets, Chambersburg. Pa., minnufactutens
of all kinds of WHIPS:. such as Wagon. Carriage' and
Riding Whips of various sizes and of superior quality,
which they offer to the pnbil&, either by Wholesale or "
Retail, at very moderp,to prices. LASHES ot all lengths
kept constantly on hand and forsale by the ' , dozen, very
Cheap. They also Manufacture superior HORSE COL
LARS, to which they invite attention. , _
Orders from &distance solicited and promptly atteid:
ed• to - Jima IL '63.
BROAD GEA.RS,COtLARS, HAM
TERS,tind anything in the Leather Line belonging
to the Saddler's bueinees,alwayeenhand and made to or
der and on reneotutble terms, at GORDON'S, opposite
the Indian Queen Hotel, Main et.
AOENTS.—hscomt.-Zzta, A llnvraxas, No. 808 Mar
ket street. Philadelphia.
P. S.—Lytens Valley . , Broken Egg and Nnt COAL (dt
'rect from the luines), Itilkesbarre and Pine Grove
FOUNDRY -COAL - , LUMBER and SHINGLES, SALT,
PLASTER and ILiNCOCK CEMENT. kept Constantly
on hand. FLOUR; GRAIN and PRODUCE, of all kinds,
purchased at the highest cash prices.
sey 9, 63 " WUNDERLICH k-NRA.D.,
A MODEL- BUSINESS COBLEGE,
bbUT 2, Maness, &ry
QPBORDON HAS A `SITPERIOIt
lot of SALES HARNESSiBIIIDLES, STIR- -
A , SPtiftS' p ithieh ha will eetVeheap 'for cathor --
C IL 0R D 0 S - - 7 -successpr
Gonixitr—gives notice to his customer. ,
and others, that be ia still at the OLD STAND, opposite
the Indian Queen Hotel, Main etreet,Chamberaburg, Pa.
JEPAIRING DONE AT SHORT
notice, on remicumble terms, by C:11. CORDON'
vites his friende lo come to see -
WtNDERLIbH & NEAD,
. Ibrwarding and Commission Merchants,
North Second Street, opposite the Cumberland , Valley
Railroad Depot, CHAMBERRBURG, Pa.
Cars run regularly to nnd fiom Philada. & Baltimore.
fiIIMBERL'D ;VALLEY WA:IIE-
N.} HOUSE. The Forwarding _business will hereafter
be conducted , by , C. W. RYSTRR & CO4 at the Ware::
honee of thee. V. Railroad,trhere they hope to recehra
a libernl patronage.
DEPOTS—Retby & Co., SOS, Market St ,Philadelphia,
and John Bingloun,lsl. Llowapd'St..Baltirnore.
June -;' SYSTEM Mc
TsoB.l. 01.I f LEVIt. - 1 JACOB ZELLBR::'
-OILLESPIA 'ZELLER, &
PRODUCE AND PRQVISION =WHAM ,
_AND , 44101.ESALB GROC7sIIB,• • -
TiOrth - Wat - Oorner of Eith and-Market Bra, rbnadel-•
pl4la. - . Dior 18 . , % att.}
liCr AND:BILLS, from the finest:lm
g 1 the maalleat, In plan orfaaig eOlora,,printoof, at,
the of4e of tholfltANlCLlff garoantair.! -.4 4. -