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'WITH ' , ONE Olt TWO SETS OP 13EEAS, -
AtT:0111 XT EVYLL, IN Bou aug -, BELL(NVS.
- tnkr. STOP AND COllll . MATTO!: ViLVE.•
4 'lr r AVe . rVlTtertturent warran=ted for Five Yeara. - V1
• Purcrwi FROM $7O TO $450.
The Cabinet Organ is the only instrument which
combines the requisites for Church and Parlor Mu-
Isi;:foll the school room ami the social festival gattl
enng. For while it possesses sufficient power for
the Accompaniment of a large chorus, it is, from its
capability of itll shaTles of expression, and its won
derful creocendo and diminurendo, most effective as
sa !solo instrument It is capable• of 'orchestral ef
fects: and rapid masic, as trills, arpeggios, &c. Prom
its sustainsid tones, it haS a decided advantage over
the Piano Forte, for the , rendering of many of the
choicest morceaux of the masters, such as sympho
nies, quartettes, etc.
B. A.' IicCLURE, Chambersburg. Pa-.
General Agent for Pennsylvania.
N.B.—The undersi4 red will sell; and (Wilier in
food condition, Cabinet Organs anywhere in this
.tata,_ at factory prices. All inquiries: by letter
promptly answered. ' [juni7,G3-tf.] B. A. Mc.
MELODEONS AND ITARMONILMIS !
Trittuitteing the effect of Pedal Bass on eilry
E. GABf f 11'S 1111Furpassch PIANOS-for cash a,t
a, liberal' aicaialm ion. or ou Monthly Instalments.
a-sir Over :1 1 09 sold in Philadelphia.
IA mEs BELLAK, Sole Agent.
&11‘31.siouth Fifth street, above Spruce,
sel6-IY. . Philadelphia.
im ASON &'HANLIN'S
. • -
D ascription patup h fats furnished gratis atthe Book
Stim, ofS. S. SIMOCK,
AG ENT for, .Mason Hamlin's liusiaarlnstru
Prizes the same as in :dew York. and Bos&m,
freight. ' ' , anriel-tfl
p I A N .0 S ..-=-R. LURE,
Sole Agent fe 1
DECKEIt-BROTHERf ) PIANO.
Pianos delivered, and - mdition, in
swayMut df the State, a
1 1 1.,PACTORY R !ES.
AWltrttrumenti wary.. _years.
P*xtoa from other Faizteries will be furnished if
desired. It. A. I'deOLUILE,
iunl7,M3_ Chainbersburg, Pa.
Description pamphlets furnithed gratis at the Book
StorC'of • - S. S. SIIRYOCK,
,AG ENT for Mason Hamlin's Musical Instru
Prices the some as in York and.lioston, leer
freight, ' [mar 0411
jT :ItE • 11 M- & •B R.O'T H Ek,
Importers. Manufacturers and
II MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS,
GERMAN. FRENCH AND ITALIAN STRINGS,
No. 703 MARKET STREET, PHILADELPHIA..
Orders carefully attended to by S. S. SHRYOCII,
VOCAL - A. 1 McCLUR I E
'will teach classes-and private - pnpils the art of
Singing, Musical Notation, Harmony, and Musical
XL/so 0 • F' I N G ..
XL) ROOFING Ready to mill down. .
ROOFING more durable than Tin. '
ROOFING at half the cost of Tin.
. - - ROOFING for Steep or Flat Roof.
FOR ifousts,, I .
FOR CHURCHES, .
. • . - .FOR ALL BUILE6 GS! BARNS.
This Roofiing is made of the heaviest - woven fab
ric eVer used for the purpose.—Mannfactured solely
by ourselves and secured by Patent. '
Put urrin-rolls and --s.hippedl to all parts of the
country, and usually for sale by hardware merch
ants• and builders. •
It can be applied by any comiiion workman,
We also manufacture,
- LIQUID GUT'FA PERCEIA CEMENT,
LEAKY FOR IL I.!P A 11111; G
' ' -
CHEAPER trHAN . OIL FAINT, 4
HEAVIER BODY THAN OIL PAINT,
,_ lIIORE DURABLE THAN OIL PAINT.
Jtibrins a permanently adhosive, elastic coating
cit. er the whole surface of the tin, filling tip all the
RUST HOLES, . ;
And often Riving the expense of anew roof.
' GUTTA PERCHA. CEMENT
is especially adapted to repairing
LEAKY Slf I,NG 1 ROVE,
This is a thick, tenacious compound, applied with
a trowel or -similar instrument, and does not dry up
and crack, as do all other articles uSed for this pur
pose: • •
CIRCULARS AND SASPLES,
Of tho Ready Rooting sent by mail when desired:
Liberararrangements made With Agents.
READY ROOFING CO.,
nag 2fi-ly . 73 Maiden Lane, New York.
EtaattlYs antle' Welrp.
LA. CLOCK, IVATCII'ANI)
MAIN ST., NEXT THE POA bEPICE,
The undersigned would respectfully call •attention
to his present stock, consisting of
- WE S
.Gold and Silver, of AiWerica.n and . ;Einope_an man
ufaeture, of all qualities and,styles, and
the lowest prices.
; L C
In gteat variety. Parlor, Mantel, Office, Sze.
•-WR ' , -
The flew est and most desirable styles o't Onyx. Coral
and Pearl: Gold Chains, Bracelets. Finger •
Rings, Gt2ltl Thimbles, Sleeve But
, tons,.N eek bees, A rinle,t q s,l%l
sonic and Odd Fellows' Breast Pins,
ITit NINO , A N•D ET E W`E LR Y.
A splendid etttk and netfatt styles.
SILVER AN PLATED WARE. '
Consisting. of Tea Sets, Castors,' MIIP, " Spoons;
• Forks, Sr., Sm.
From;fhe best:and most celebrated mannfaotories.
FANCY D S.
A very largo and attractive stock.
CUTLERY' AND POCKET; KNIVES.
Rtidger's,snperior Pon -Knives, •of different quali
ties and prices:
GOLD, SILVER, AND - STEEL, SPECTACLES.
The long !2:cperleittre of the undersigned in the sc-.
lection an adaptation of Glasses
- , ena
bles him to suit any sight. ,-
At no time have the people of this county bad a
more attractive and extensive stock to select from
than know presented at . the establishment of the
'undersigned. Everpartiele is new and of the latest
style, and - year be gold at the verYlowest price. An
examination is solicited -before
REPAIRING done at the shortest notice by com
5e24.. , 2d door South of PosOffice, Chayab's.
CHEAP CHAIR AND - CABINET.
WARE - ROOMS.—The subscriber infants the
itublic' that he continues the manufacture of the va
rious - articles'of FURNITURE im his line, at his
Shop, oufMain Street, three doors South o 1 Huber
& Tolbert's Hardware Store. Robes always on hand
or is prepared to' marinfacturli' on , thmshortest no
tice, sprmf•Seats, Cane Bottein, and Windsor Chairs,
Sofas. Plain and Fancy Tables, Bureaus, Dressing
an d ceamion Wardrobes Wash Stands, Book Cases;
and Bedsteads. VENITIAN BLINDS got up in
the bast style. • ,
Particular attention, paid to HOUSE PAINTING
AND PAPER HANGING, and 'entire satisfaction
' in ever§ instance guaranteed.
REPAIRING of all kinds, in his line'of 'business - ,
Promatly attended to, at moderate prices'
UNDERTAKING.—Haring purchased the Hearse
of Mr.,Wut. Flory. dec'd, he is able to Attend Fune
rals and manufacture' Coffins, at the shortest notice,
of Math. Walnut of therry. A Layer-out will be
n 0483 4 3 ./ JOSIAR E. SCHOFIELD:
PARENTS -OF SOLDIERS in the ser- -
vie° or in Hospitals, can furnish them with the
REPOSITORY three months for2s ots.; six months
for 50 ets. or one year for $1.0).
' eroceripzi, &r.
GREAT AMERICAN TEA COAI-
Tr 2ANY. 51 VEVA STREET , - NRIr YORK, since
its organization, has created a new era lathe histo
ry of 801.linf TSAR iti this country. • ,
ALL our leas are selected by a Prefeional- Tea
taster, expressly itudexeltisively for us, and we ne
ver.oharge over Two tents per pound above best for
We have bat One Price to every one for each
quality, and-that price is alVays marked on each
sample packaze at our store In plain figures. •
We issue a Monthly Price List of our Teas, which
will be sent free to who order it. We advise ev
ery Tea seller to see it.- It comprises a full assort
ment selected for every locality in the States, Prov
inces, South Amerien,,and the West ladies. In this
list each kind is divided into Four Claims or qua il_
tieS, namely: Cargo, High Cargo, Fine and Finest,
that-every one may understand from the deserip:
tion and prices annexed That the Company. are de
tirmined to undersell the whole tea trade. •
We guarantee tasell all our Teas in original pa ck
ages at not over Two , cents a pound - above cost, be
lieving this to he'attraetive to the many who have
heretofore been paying el:Mtn:tons Profits.
Our business is largely done on Orders, which we
always execute at well andt rueor promptly
mptlasthoug t h ire tli s e ,
buyer came himself, giving
and always guarantecregovery thing; our responsi
bility enabling . us to do . 41 we promise. Every dea
ler eon' order Ins Teas diroet from the Company, and
Parties doing business within Five Hundred miles
of New York,-can return Teas bought of us if they
are not cheaperthan they. can buy elsewhere, and
the purahaser is dissatisfied with his bargain, within
fourteen - clays,--and have 'the money refunded to•
them. Those who are over Five Hundred miles can
have thirty days and the 8117:40 privileges extended
to them. -
-- . -
Besides these advantages the Company will pay
All Expenses, both ways, if the Teas are retnrned.
GREAT AMERICAN TEA COMPANY,
• lllPoaTtas AND JOBBERS,
febl 3m. - 51 1 St., New Yi*.
FAMILY GROCERY - STORE.
' 11. C-. B Y D
having purelmsed the Gocery Store of rholuns Met
calf, on Main Street, opposite Gro - ve's Hotel, takes
this method *of informing the old patrons of the
house, and the public genetallY, that he is-opening
a varied assortment of
which he is prepared to offer . at the lowest cash pri
ces. Ills stock consists of
SUGARS, COFFEES AND TEAS,
of all grades from the. higheitito the lowest prices.
N05..1,, 2 and 3 'MACKEREL.
• ROWN AND WRITE SUGAR
SYRUPS AND MOLA.Z3S.ES.
' . FRUIT, SPICES, &c..
such as Oranges and Lemons,Bunch Raisins, Seed
le:,s Raisins, Prunes, Currants, Citrons, Pigs: Wal
nut and Tethato Catsup, Chocolate,, Mace, clinger,
Nutmegs, Macaroni. Mustard,, and every
usually found in a.Orooery Store,
Ji."•. WHOLESALE GROCER . AND
• PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 703 MARKET and_2 N. 7th ST.. PIIILA.
Invites the attention of merchants to his large and
well assort - 4:41 stock of Sugars. SyruPs, Teas and Cof
fees, all of which will be sold at the lowest market
rates, Country ,litiyees and sellers-will find it to
leir advantage to give him a call. -
Price currents containing all the varieties of the
market to be had.of S. S. SIERYOCK, Chambers
BR 0 BRUSHES,
Hooks and Eyes, and every article, usually found in
a Variety Store :it
Main Street. opposite Groves Hotel.
L Q 0•M. I Y ,
Corn Meal, - Potatoes,
Baton. Cider Vinegar,
Beans, Periver SaLICP,
Rice, Lard, Pickles,
at BOYD'S Grocery Store.
mIS C ELL ANECiV S ARTICLES,
Water Crackers, Matches, Stove Polish:, Es
sence of Coffee. Indigo, Starch. Shoe Blacking, Sil
ver Sand, &0., for sale at. BUY Cheap Grocers.
p l : A . N. T R S
Kerosene Oil. at
fel7. BOYD'S Grocery_
GEO. - A. DEITZ. TENCH M'DOWELL
DEITZ & 3,l*' D,O E
HIGHEST PRICE IN•C:LSH,
F L 0 t R,
ALL - KINDS OF PRODUCE
g 0 A L,
D 'M'D OWE L L'S
WAREHOUSE- AND COAL YARD
RAIL ROAD DEPOT,
NORTH CARLISLE STREET,
NEW .FIRM.-COAL ! COAL ! LUM
BER ! LUIIBERI—LEO. EBERT 4!i . SON
havingpurchasedthe Coal and Lumber Yard of Geo.
A. Deitz will continue to carry on the same busi
ness, and will always have on hand a large supply of
Lumber and CoaL They will be, prepared to fill all
orders at the shortest notice. They respectfully so
licit thd patronage of the late firm and the public
generally, and all who may desire Coal and Lumber
to give them a call, feeling assured that no means
will be spared to, accommodate those on the most
reasonable terms. _ jun17,63-tf.
JOB!: C. BOPRINS.
° o P
uu IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN e °"'
;CitltA, GLASS AND - QUEENSWARE,
N 0.11.2 Market Street, Philadelphia.
For further particulars apply to S. S. SIEIRYOCIC,
Chambersburg, Pa. - se23-Iy.
WILL PAY THE
..iLt KIDS OF
ti F. Alt TEE
R E ' . A. D
Just received andsfer sale at the
CHEAP WHOLESALE 'ACID RELtIL
*STORE OF 1.
W I • A
ON-THE' DI A Mg.Y.D.,
50 whole bkrtels No. 3 Large ggekereL
100 half barrels No. 3 Large Mackerel,
50,whole barrels No: 3 Eitii
50 half barrels N 0.3 Extra Afaekerel
50 half barrels No. 2 Large Mackerel
N) half barrels,l4o,),), Medium Maekereli
50 kidsl x No. - 1 ickerel
A large lotrof .
Alsa--A large And freall'aupPlY of
and 500 articles notnamed, all of which NRill be of-
fcred at low figures
W A N T E D,
For which the highest price in ca-11 «illLe paid, for
and all kinds of country produce.
COUNTRY MERCHANTS r
and Persons wishing to bly at wirors.sAix, will -find
goods a:stow at this establishment, with Sleight ad-
ded, as at any Jobbing . I,:inse in Philadelphia
G ROCERIES :WHOLESALE AND
SHAPER Sc STITAIf.T ,
WOULD RESPECTFULLY CALL THI ATTENTION - OF ISM
citizens of Chanibersburg mad
TO THE VARRIEI? AND EXTENSIVE A
SORTMENT OP -
. Groceries, I
Fresh Fruit, -
queertsware, ! -
Cedatware.l - •
and a general Stock of
which they are now offering, and constantly receiv
ing from. ew York, Philad9lphiu, and Baltimore,
at their Store Room, nu Mum street, oppositellubcr
,v, Tolbert's Hardware Store.
It is their intention to keep such an -asortment as
the demands oftis'community require. They have
the best tacit itie 'Tor the purchase of, goods, on' the
crmost advantege us terms, and having their ownicars
on the Road, and one of' the firm being almost con
stantly, in the city„affords.them every : ash outage in
purchasing. guods in.khe shortest time, and at - less
expense then usual,
.‘' Lich enablos their to sell;
. ' VERY LOW FOR CASH!
COFFEES AND ;
, s •'
of all tcritacF, from the highest to the lowest price,
by the barrel: sack or pound. " ' .
- SYRUPS AND MOLASSES,
by the HogSheatd, Barreil or - retail for family use.
.CURED HAMS, '
'COARSE AND FINE SALT.
_ FISH AND CHEESE,
at city wholesale prices. ,
We would call especial attention to i country deal
ers and ethers. wishing to • purchase ,at is holesale
prices*, 118 we are prepared to sell everything in the
Grocery line as cheap as can be Putcha-sed in the
Pastern cities. SHAFER & STUART, Main St.
The highest price paid in -cash for country pro
' duce, ortaken in exchange for goods.'
T: 4 - 1 R, U I T • S, S
Oranges and Lemons'
Hunch Raisins, -
Seedless Raisins, , I
Citron, - , t
Turkey Figs, 1
Split Pens, • . 1
Tomato , do
MostirOoin do . 1
Sap Sago ,
Swiss I -
Limburger " ---:, .t 1
Worcestershire Sauce,- .
Pepper, !Cloves, • : , ; 1
ekpressly for family use,
Chow Chow Pickles,'
Cauliflower do '
Mixed , do
French Mustard '
Coleman's Mustard. .
Durham ' do .
' - - I. .ale at SR
mar 6.] ' M
FAMILY FLOUR, BUCKWHEAT
and COR MEAL b the barrel or in mall
quantities for sa eat SHAPER & STUART'S.
FR'2 SIX AND OYSTERS RE-
F ivED every week at
SHAFER 4 SWART'S.
MILITARY HATS, CAPS AND
CORDS, at DECHERTS. •
SPRING STYLE •OF SOFT HATS
T 11 I S
The itthscriberi : c4PettfullyinfOrtaihia Mewls and
the public, that he eoutinu *cam' on,the a,boe
busiliess, at his °id attend, on Main, Sfiect,, opp o ot e
the German .Ref9pued 'Mardi, • • , •
' - CIIAMTERSIIIRO;'PA. . '
Raring eiiktrited Isis basins, Saddlers and Co~rcli
siaker.vrwill *rid in his Store Room a genet:o 8.5E007
men t of goods suited lo • their several requirements,
each • '
- Fair and Country Hoiskins; ' '•
' • - Satidle TreeS and Girtbing•
Gig Trea.„FultPlated,.Tinned and Japanned Goat
Hair, Straining:Web and Worsted Rain
•Web, ' - lovt4r than. Cotton; -
Ramos - .
) Tinned and .
- • . Japiiiniod
• '':• • ' - •• Cnath bandies,
new styld€:: Curtain frames; linkßanda;
. FrantA; Rospates, .and Oran- •
; naments: Iron ..Platild and' - '
' - • ' Wood Gidilames'i
JAPA.N N •-•- -.• •
all Styles and Patterns; Ivory and, Wooden Mar:
•tiugal Rings; Stamp - Joints, and a vatic
• ty of other goOds satia
hie- for - the trade . . ;
ALL ' KINDS OF ELATING, - &e., done' s ivith
neatness and despatch. .
. , - = LEWIS SAMPLER,
u04,63-tf. • • -•," Chttarthersburg. Pa.
ttihiteE • '
. , .
lI.A. R'''D W ' A 'R - E
- , SMFTH & RICHARDSON. ' ,
611 Market Street; Phil . difelphiii• .
_-_ ± .
Y. FtIEI). SMITH. '1 '-, ' - CHAS . , RICHATIDN. ;' 1 Ladies Cloaks - lust - received, , of' various styles"
, Tim undersigned would respectfully' -call. the at- t i . ,
tentiou of COUNTRY MERCHANTS to their and Patterns--fromsB, -- to $25,
- well selected'Stuek'ef - , i
, :having Made special arrangements for the l'all'
Trade,' NVO flatter ourselves we can offer induconit ntS
to Intrahuaers that will fully remunerate the trouble
of ex a mining our stock. We tisk:hut a trial, to eon- .
vines the Cowart/ Trade that we are prepared to
sell low and accomtnixlit te, " ' .
Our 6tocL of Table and l'acket Cutlery is nnusuallY
large, aelealeil with. eare,,and including,a variety of
styles that - cannot but suit all tastes.
We have cdustantly on hand a large assortment of
Building lianiward, -
Tools Cutlery , ' • • -
Files, Wool Boxes, i
, and Chests,
, Saddlers and -
Shoemakers' Tools, f
, ~ &Tows. and Nails
every thing in short pertaining to a firsiltla.s.s Hard
ware Store. - • , ,- 1
Particular attention paid_ to-Country orders. • It is
bur aim to secure themonfidencemf,our custOlaerr,
and to this end, we are particular in filling orders to
give the best; and aicheap as though the customers
were buying in person. Give us a trial. 1 ,
REFHILENCES.—J . K. Shry ock, Esq., A. R. McCl4,
L. B. Eye ter, Chanibersberg.
-._SMITH & RIdITARDSON.,
- i------- - _
NEW ,HARI3IW.ARE STORE.-
1,. B EYStEIt ' j • :
would respectfully inform his friends and the public
generally, that in connection with his
KEROSENE OIL AND LAMP 'STORE: •
he has eommeneedthe HARDWARE businbsS; at
his new Store Room, one door: North of Sol. ,ll,a
-her's Grocery,Bis stock cunsicts of the following
articles, viz: , - i ; •
Building Hardware, -
Hou.he Furnishing G:Kids,
' Table and Pocket Cutlery, , _
.11... , thanics' Tools, 1 -
:Nails by the small or keg,,
'Farming litensils,i,suen as ' •
J ' 61.-,15, - 1
Sutures,- , . .
'( ,,, Forks,,
~ , -
1 • • ' Potato Lifters; •
Also, Glass, Paints, Benzoic. I etc.; etc.
• i .
Linseed. lieroscat: ml 4 Lubrten rug 1 01 s,,''
Lamps of all descriptions, '. . ,
Chandeliers for Gas and Kernseno,
- Fridt .Jars, best q,,ualitl:, etc..
Agent for‘the :ale ot kl V ...1.1.i S S: WATbON" , : ~ Fire.
Prw.s Slfes. ' ! Ju129,6:3 tf.
firkins, ' •
Hard Shelled do -
Cocoa . ",.;
English alnuts, •
Stove Polish. •
Indigo, } -
Scrubbing Brushes, -
Shoe - 4 "
AFER & STUART'S,
ain Street,'near Queen. .
rtl l-* .t
Maxlitere, tutee n, Szt.
GOACH AND SADDLI'dY
I_l - A MD \V A It 1i..-÷rt
cited to call and examine
at Hardware, Cutllm . , Cc.,
stock of _goods 'in our lin, co
following goods, which we olio
fron,•„ Files. •'• 1
Nails, • Aasps, i l .
Steel, ' - finks, •
Hocks, - Glass, I
Hinges, Chains, ,
A n vi IP, - Bolts,
Vises, Saws, -
Bellows,' • - Bru.ites, •I
Paints, • Ilumes,• I '
Oils, - Shovels, ' ,
Turpentine, Rakes, .1
Hoes Spades. I. •
Call and examineour Stack;
offered fly cash. f021,&'1.1
HARD Aljr Alt E
w. W. ENIGI T & SON,
Importar4t, and Dealais in
AMERICAN, ENGLISH AND GERMAN
509 Commerce &rid,' Philadelphia.
Between sth and 6th _ and Market and Arch
v i r . IT N . DEIt L - 11'C H &•NE.AD,
:FORWARDING AND COSIMISSIM: MEatm.usTs,
North 'Second Street, oppdsite the Cumberland Val-.
ley Railroad Depot, ChaMhersburg.-Pa.
Care rtufregularly to and from Philadelphia mid
AGENTS.—Peacock, Zell & 'Hindman, No. SOS
Market St., Philadelphia;
Lykens Valley, Broken lEfre- and Nut COAL, (di
rect from the mines). Willtesharre anti Pine -Glove
POUN DRY COAL, LILM BER. SHINGLES., SALT,
PLASTER and Hancock CEMENT, kept constant
ly on hand. FLOUR, GRAIN and PRODUCE of
all kinds purchased at the highest cash prices. -
Sept 9,63. WUNDERLI(In & NEAT).
E«' A R (4; E N T
.L FRIUGHt THROUGH ' TO NE* WORK' . 'WITHOUT
I:St A NSHIPM F. Nir. The und ersignedwouldrespectf Ily
inform the public, that they arc prepared to ship all
kinds of Produce, Merchandise, ctre:, front Chem
bersbufg and Greencastle to New York ..withoui
transhipment, and deliver it at Now York as nick
as it can be delivered in Philadelphia.
- :The attention of Miller and , Shippers is respect
fully invited to this new arrangement. •• For further
information in lire of !
DEI/TZ ReMeIVWELL, Agents,'
I feb 24-tr Chambdrsburg and Greencastle.
Taos. L. GIILEBPTE. JACOB Zrr.f.ra.
aILLESPIE,;ZELLER & CO.;
VA PRODUCE & PROVISION MERCHANTS,
! . AND WHOLESALE GROcEss,.
North-West corner,, Of Sixth and Marktt Sts.,
1111ART., , OV'S iNDIGO BLUE.
1./ Dealers and Consumers of the above Cekbimtde
Wash Blue, will please take notice that the Labele .
are •altered- to read "INDIGO BLUE, Put up at
ALFRED WILTBERGER'S Drug Store, No. 733
North Second Street, Philadelphia." The quality
of this Blue will be the same in every respect. •
It is warranted to. color more water than twice
th e same quantity of Indigo, to go much further
than any other Wash Blue in the market. It dis
solves perfectly clear, and does not settle on •the
clothes as most of the other makes do. One Box
dissolved in a half pint of water'will make asgood
a liquid blue a.s,any that is made, at one-third. the
As it is retailed at the same price 'as the Ithiter
-tions and inferior, articles, housekeepers will find it
very to their advantageto ask for that put up
at W ILTBEEGEWS.
All Blue put up after this date with BARLOW'S
name on it is an imitation. - •
The new label does not reqiiiie aStamp. Fdr sale
by Storekeepers generally. fel74im.
,4" - p. 0 : ; 13'
-PILL A7D 6Q.P
Race just retanted.frem the Ealt,:eith e.terge l and
c'aried et4ek of seasonable Dry,Go9ds, It pi- •
whicii we wdldispose of t'a small
t n many art). - „ eleaisfull as our, retaill,pricea.
all odors and. shades. from $l5O,
liepublic are in-
our extensive stock
, kcep:onitand a 'arise
reposed partly of the
} arm .Bells,
- Saddler's Tools,
13BAND & FLACK:.
DV 4 " Sineg,6ooo'.
•'4. , •-` •
!E:YsTER* Si Bpo
advanci ort dost. *hat Iv - e`
ssde, now on hand;
sous Purchased I pTevions • to. ' -
regaid tolheire . sentlagtertprices. iilOh
C L 0 ZIT
to •$6 06
C ViYA K s!
mad Kiati.:Embraideted. 75 'cents: better rinatits
$l. 00: j i ouviris9 , $125; Atexanders.3l. 50.
The latter 'mixes are the ,best irn-, •
portel. 'Also a ' larie lot , '
of Fancy Glover.
C S•E.T.S !
e bstve n fresh lot of the celebrated G. N. E.
Criisetts-2(l bon Os .the'riribestyn en u fac
tared; anci7hlch rre,warrant to .• • •
fit, andsive•satisthation •
A I,eree- assoitment of. Ladies' and ;Children a'
B R"O'C A'S H' kWkL,S
Jlistimm Auctimi. .
LINEN_ HAN WIKETheII I E.rS!
t em-stitelted, and Main, *trial; dery:e6nrpatition.
M 0 o D
Crape Veils, all prices; V05,d0..,1 - '11693-
I)azines ; aces: 3 7 4 pit Lanes, 0-4,Pe
taities Cobnrge: Crape Collars;
, for inourning.
31,6 R.-N S Tri'W
4-4 To lA - 1111 . ..?.9 and CaglimnreP Lonelhibet. all
Prices: Ming ,Repp ,shalel.—bertutifatgoods
16.18. and 25 cents, - De Lairies, Fancy and pinin";
• iCet)urgs, and French Meth:toes ;
Plaid 4 and Strifer. -
FURS!'F R S'!! FUR S?!!
We bate lust opened a large assortment of Firs,
among vehialt may be found -
D.USSIAN:SQUIRIti'LL CAPES AND
RUSSIAN-t kRTIN , CAPES,AND MUFFS,
FRENCH SABLE O '. ES AND MUFFS,
HUDSON BAY .4,rEp
' FITCH CATTE3' AND rativs,
All of which WO will 8 . eita! /ow' ail can behati from
En conclusion we would say.that all the - goods we
have are for sale—and at prices as low, as
they can be had this side of Nei.
• York; I!re make but one - •
price, and that
• thesametnallcustomers. - -
whetherludges Of goods or not. Drop •
and looicat the stock before buying elsewhere.
Actl4-tf EYSTER do BRO.
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IS o R-f-D - 44,$ T,XIE •14IN:EB.
• • areenred•bi , ' ' ' I ”
HO4 `T 141),'8 sifi'ETlS;
§TItENdEtiN6 'i'dirrd: • •
These Bitters bare performed more Cures!
Ilavi land d6livelletteitia*Actiont --'
tfamosumie tastimohit- , ,;
I-1001.7 4 01YS -GERMAN BITTERS .
Ha7enkoretesneotable inept; to iinteti for them!.
other artielb ni the iriarket
We defy any one to et,ntradict this assertion, and 'r '
To anyonembuwill,produee neettitleanspoiishe
by us, that is notsenaine.
; Will cure every case of- '
Chrordifor i NoryouiDehility. Diseases of the Rid- i I
. noys, and Diseases arising from a,,
Disordered Stomach. '
Qbserie therfolltiwing Symptoms, resulting from '•
t • ,-. Disorders of the Digestivo Organs;
Constipation. Inward - Files, Flint:Lisa or lbod to
the ROW, Acidity_ of the Stomach. Nausea.
- Reartboirn, Disgust': for-Food. Full= . •
.oqc.stiorWoight.in the Stom- ,
~ , •
.- itch, "'Sour Eructi•
•• -: • tions,Sinking - • -.•-• ,t•
- - Elottering at the--
'oe the'Stomt° . ' w•n
ming of.thO head. Hurried and Dir.- -
cult Breathing., Fluttering at the
Choking or:SutfocatingSonsatlons when in
- posture. ,Dimness.of Vision, Dots or Webs . •
• , iq the Read, -Deficiency of.
toss 'of•the - •
• = Skin and Eyes. Pain„.,
•in th Side Back. 'Chest,
- &a., Sadden Flush& of ifea . f, ,
Burning in the Flesh, Constant Imagm_ •
ings - of Egil, and -tries& - Depressioh; of Spirits
REMEMBER; that this -Bitters is NOT ALoo=l ,
ROLIC. contains no • Rum or Whiskey, and ,can't:
make Drunkards; butts the'BEST TONIC in thai
~, `: i-}f
READ WHO SAYS SO: •liXt
Froni the Rev. Levi G. Beck, Pastor' of, the Baptist.
Church,Pemberton, N. J., formerly of the North',
Baptist church, Philadelphia:
'* • * have.known Hootiand'sGerman Bitters'
thVorably for a number of years. I ha - ve used them
in'rny own family, and haver been so- pleased:with;
their effects that I wits, induced to
to manY•otherS, and know that thei'have operated;
in a strikingly beneficial manner.: I take gteat[
Pleasure in threi publicly proclaiming this fact, and !
calling the-attention of -those afflicted with the dis- 1 ' '
eases for- which they are recommended, to these ,
Bitters ;knowing from - experience that• my recom-, •
mendation will be sustained. _I do this more cheerw•
Tally as Itoofland's Bitters is intended to benefit thu
afflicted, and•is " nota rum drink." =- •, • - •• • • • •
" • - Yourstruly. , LEVI G. BECK.
, • lc
• • ,
From Rev. J. Newton Brown 1. D.. Editor of the
E‘yeloPedia Of Knowledge and Chris.t.
thin Chronicle, Philadelphia. -
Although not disposed to favorer recommend Pa- ,
tent Medicines in general, through distrust of their
ingredients and effects, I yet know of no sufficient
reasons why a man may not testify to the benotlM h
believes hitriself to have received from any simple
preparation, in the hope that he may thus contrib
ute to the benefit of others. -- •
I do this the more readily in regard. to Hoofland
German Bitters; Prepared "by Dr. C. M; Jacitson,:ot
this city. because rwas prejudiced against thhm for
many years, under the impression that, they were
chiefly an alcoholic mixture. I am' indebted thll33#'
friend, Robert Shoemaker, Esq. * for the removal of
this prejudice by proper tests, and for encourage
meat to, ti-y them:: when; suffering from great and
long continued debiljty. The use of three bhttles vi
_these Bitters;-at thd-beginning of the present - yeal',
was followed-, by evident relief, and restoration to a
degree of bodily and mental vigor which I hadnot
felt forsis months before, and had Almost deal-faired.
of regaining:, . Itherefore thank God and my friend
for directing me to the use of them.
- • ,J. NEWTONIffiROOWN, Philada. ' •
. • . •
Pam the Rev:vt 08. R. Kennard, Pastor of the 10th
Dr. Jackson:-Dear Sir: I have been frequently
reg_uested to connect my name with commendations
of different kinds of medicities,lbut , regarding-the - •
practice as out of my appropriate sphere ; Ilia:vein
all cases declined; b'ut vnth a clear proof in
instances, mid particularly in - myfamilicof theluse..'
fulness•ef,pr. Hoofiand?s Germnu Bitters, I depatt
tot enceficon ray usual' course; to express my full'
Conviction that, for Oenerai debility of the wit= anti
especially for Liver Complaint. it is a safe and,imt
ttable Yreparation. 7 ln some cases it may fail; bat
.usually, I doubt - not. it will he, very beneficial to •
those who suffer from the above
- Yours very respectfully, 3. 11. KENNARD.
- Eighth below Coates Street, Philadelphia;
From Rev. Warren RorniolPb,• Pastor, of Baptist
Ch nreh,"G erniantorrn. Penna. , •
•-. . .
, Dr. - C. M. jacksonf—Dear Personal eiperl
ence enables me to : say that I regard the Ger Man
Bitters preparedby you as a most excellentmedicine.
In cases'of -severe cold and gbVeral debility I' have
been greatly benefitte&by the we, of
and doubt not they will prodacejamilar effects on
others. r Yours truly - . •
.WARREN -RANDOLPH, Germantown, Pa.
From Rev. J. H. Turner. Pastor of Heading M.: E.
"Dr. Jackson :—Dear Sir •• Having used your Ger
man Bitters in my family frequently . lam repaired
to say, that it has been of great service. I believe
that in most cases of general debility of - the Systein
it is the safest and most valuable remedy of which
have any knowledge. Yours respectfully.
J. R TURNER, 726 N, 10th Street. `".
From the Rev'. J.ll, Lyons. former Pallier of the .
Columbus (N. J.) and Millerstovrn (Pennto
NEW ROCHELLE. N. Ir.
-Dr. C. M. Jackson :—Dear Sir:l - feel it a pleasure
thus 9f my own ' accorcl,to t bear , testimony to the
excellence of the - German Bitters._ Some years since
be:ng much afflicted with Dyspepsia. I used them •-t
with •verY -beneficial - results. I have often re '-
commended them toisersens enfeebled by. that tor
meeting disease;and have heard from them the
most flattering testimonials as to' their great value.
.In cages ofzeneral debility, I believe it to boa tonic .
that Cannot be surtimed. J. -M LYONS',
From the Rev. Thomas Whiter, Pastor of Roshor
_ ough Baptist Church.: = -
Dr.Jaekson ;7Dear Sit: I feel it dine to your ie z
collent preparation, Hoofland's German Bitters, to
add my testimony to the 'deserved reputation it
obtained., I ,have for years, at Units, been trop4led
with great disordet in my head and nervouti system.
Iwas,adrised by a .friend. tO, trY a. bottle:of , youx
German . Bitters. I did se, .and have ,experienea
great, and:unexpected relief' my health las Veen
very materially. benefitted. I confidently recom
mend the article where "'Meet with cases similar to
my own, and have been 'sacred by many of their
good effects. 4eopectluily ours.
T. WINTER, Roxborough. Pa: •
Prorci the Rev. J. S. Hertaan; of the German Re
formed Church, RutztoVra. Berke county,
Dr. C. M. Jackson r--Respected Sir barebuert
troubled with Dyspepsia nearly twenty years, said
have never used any medicine that did Int as flinch
good as Hoofiand's Bitters.. 4 am very, mucli.luv i
proved in health, after having taken live bottle
Yours tvith respect, !J. S. 'LERMAN.
Largeffize Cll°ldi Vir e i rr if il aYMTfl i tiNsf 00
Small Size-75 OenUt por r tiottle—half dozen 4 OQ
• BEWARE OF :COUNTERFEITS . _
Seethet the sigest - Ore of" CAA JACKSON,
is on the WRAPPER (daub bottle, •
Should - your nearest druggist not have theartiole,
do nut be put off by any of the intoxicating prepare.;
Eons that reaybe,offered in its piece, butsend td,utt a -*-
and wewElforward,seourelypacked,hy eepres a,
BBINCIPAL OFFICE 'AND BLANDFAIDIVItY"
No. 631 AUCE STREET ,
JONES & EVANS,
• (Successors to C.l4,Teckson & Co.), l• . ?
FOR SALE by Druggibto. asul. Dealers in 73*6
own in the United. States.. idec 9,63-7 e
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