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WINTERTIME TABLE. FIVE TRAINS
daily re and from Philadelphia, J on and after Noe.
The Passenger Trains of the Pennsylvania Rail
road Company will depart from and arrive at Har
risburg and Philadelphia as follows:
THROUGH EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Harris
burg daily at 2.45 A.M., and arrives at Philadelphia
at 6.55 A.M. •
FAST LINE leavcs Ilarrisburg daily (except
Monday) at 0.00 A.M., and arrives at West Philadel
phia at 10.10 A.M. Passengers take breakfast at
WAY ACCOMMODATION, (via Mount Jos.)
leaves Harrisburg at 7.20 A.M., and arrives at West
Philadelphia - at 12.25 P.M.
FAST 'MAIL TRAIN leaves Harrisburg daily
-- (except Sunday) at 1.00 p.n., and arrives at West
Philadelphia at 5.20 P.M.
HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION TRAIN.
via Columbia, leaves Harrisburg at 5.30p.m., and
arrives at West Philadelphia at 10.50 PAL
- WESTWAR - D: I
BALTIMORE EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Har
risburg daily (except•hlonday) at 2.20 A.u. _Altoona
8.00 A.m., take breakfast; and arrives at Pittsburg
at 1.00 P.H. •
PHILADELPHIA EXPRESS TRAIN le - refes
Harrisburg daily at 3.201. m.: Altoona 8.40 A.M.. take
breakfast, and arrivesat Pittsburg at 1.50 P.H.
MAILIRAIN !eaves Harrisburg at 1.40 p.m.!
Altoona at,7.55 P.M., take supper, and arrives at
Pittsburg at 1.10 A.H.
FAST LINE leaves Harrisburg at 4.15 p.m.: Al
teona at 9.10 P.M., take supper, and arrives atPitts
burg at 1.40 A.M.
HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION TR A IN
leaves'West Philadelphia at 2.45 P.M., and arrives
at Harrisburg at 8.10 P.M.
MOUNT JOY ACCOMMODATION leaves Lan
caster at 11.38 A.M., and arrives 2.4.llarrisburg at
1„4() P.M. SAMUEL . D.'iYOUNG.
junl7, 63-tf. Supt. Middle Div:Ponna. R. R.
-ORTHERN CENTRAL - RAILWAY.
WINTER TIME TABLE.--
REE TRAINS DAILY TO , AND FROM
BALTIMORE AND WASHINGTON CITY.
Connections made with trains on Pennsylvania
Railroad. to and from Pittsburg and the West.
4 -TWO TRAINS DAILY to and from the North
and,Yiest Branch Susquehanna, Elmira and all of
Northern New York.
- - • •
On and lifter Mohday. November 16th, In3pthe
Passenger Trains of the Northern Central Railway
will arrive at and depart from Harrisburg and Bal
timore as follows: •
MAIL TRAIN leaves Sunbury daily (ex
... eopt Sunday-- 10:10 A.,M
leaves Harrisburg 1:20 P.M,
arrives at Baltimore 5:40 P.m
EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Sunbury daily
, (except-Sunday) 11:42 P.ll,
- r " . leaves llarrisb'g (ex-
• -, cept Monday).. ...... ..
arrives at Baltimore
(except MondaY)..... 7:oo%tat
lIARRISB'G ACCOMMODATION leaves
4 " ' Harrisburg 7:00 A.ll
MAIL TRAIN leaves' Baltimore daily
(except Sunday) 9:20 A.N.as
-leaves Harrisburg 7:43 rat,
arrives at Sunbury 4:30 P.)I.
EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Baltimore dai
ly 4:30 vai.
.-..- .. arrives at Ilarrislfg... 2:00 443 r.
14 leaves Harrisb'g dai- -+l , .
ly (except Monday 3:...."14..m.
ea arrives at Sunbury.- 6:2a 41.
MARRISWG ACCOMMODATION leaves •:=
Baltimore daily (ex-
i, i , ' . copt Sunday) 3:00 PAL
arrives at Harrisburg.. 7:50 %ir.
For farther information apply at the°lec 'ill
Pennsylvania Railroad Depot. • t.
.13:017,03-tf. J. N.. IOrBARRY, Gen. Supt.". -
ATENV AIR LINE ROUTE.---, 'IiiREE
t :TRANS DAILY TO .4 . EW YORK AND
04 and after Monday; November 4 IC,, 1i383, the
PasSenger Trains will leave the Philadelphia and
Rea/ding Railroad Depot, at Harrisburg, for New
York and Philadelphia; as follows:
_EXPRESS LINE leaves' Harrisburg at 6:30 eat.,
on arrival of the Pennsylvania Railroad Express
Train from the West, arriving in New York at 1:45
A.Mll,' A sleeping, ear is attachcdto the train through
front Pittstinrg without 'change.
MAIL TRAIN leave's Harrisburg at 100 A.M..
arriving in New York at 5:30.P.m., and Philadelphia
at 1:50 rat.
FAST LINE leaves Harti - sbrirg at 2:00 P.M.. ar
riving in New York at, 0:25 p.m., and Philadelphia
13. t 7:00 P.M.
- - - •
EAST LINE leaves New York at 6:00 A.M.. and
Philadillphia at M 5 arriving at Harrisburg at
-'MAIL TRAIN leaves New York at 12:0Onoon,
and Philadelphia a,t 3:30 P.N., arriving at liarrisbne
at &:.4) P.M.
EXPRESS TRAIN leaves New York at 7:00 P.M
arriving at Harrisburg at 200 A. 31., and connecting
with the Pennsylvania Express Train for Pittsburg.
A sleeping car is also attached to this train. --
Connections are made at Harrisburg with Train ,
on the Pennsylvania. Northern Central, and Cum
berland 'Valley Railroads, and at Reading for Phil
adelphia, Pottsville; Wilkesbarro, Allentown, Eas
Baggage checked thfough. Fare betweft - New
York el Harrisbure. l $5.15: between HarrisburP
and Phi adelphia, $3:135. in. No. 1 cars, and $.3 in
For tickets or other information apply-to
J. J. CLYDE:
; Gen. Agent, Harrisburg.
1862. - - 1863:
CUMBERLAND VALLEY AND FRANK
CHANGE OF Bouus.+On and after Monday. No
vember IT, ISM, Passenger Trains will -run daily, a=
follows, (Sundays excepted): -
FOR CHAMBFFSBURG 'AND HARRIS-
Levu - Hagerstown, . • 7:00 2:45 i
Greencastle 7:37 3:35
Arrive at 8:17 4:D
Chalabeinburg.. ......-t 1 -
Leave at' 8:30 12:55
LCATO Shippensburg ' 9:00 I:28
:i- . Nessville'; 9:32 2:00
Carlisle 10:10 2:42
" Meobaniciburg ' 10:42 • 3:12
Arrfie at Harrisburg i ' 11:15 3:40
FOR 'CIIAMIERSPITRG AND HAGERS-
A. 11. P. M.
Leave Harrisburg . P 8:05 1:35
. " Mechanicsburg' ' 8:47 2:15
" Carlisle 9:27 2:55
" Newville ' ' 10:02 3:29
" ' Shiplpensburg 10:33 " 4:00
Arrive at Chambersburg 11:00 4:30
Leave Chanibersburg ' 11:10 4:40
Oreencastle 1 11:55 5:30
Arrive at Harrisburg 12:35 6:10
Making close connections at Harrisburg with
trains for Philadelphia, Now York and Pittsburg,
and with trains for aßpoints
0. LULL, Supt.
R. R. Office, Chamb"g, Nov. 17,1862 ,
PHILADELPHIA AND ERIE RAlL
greatline traverses the Northern
and Northwest comities of Pennsylvania to the city
Of Erie, on Lake Erie.
It has been leased by the Pennsylvania Railroad
Company, and under their anspicei iii being rapidly
dinned throughout its entire length.
It is rlow in use for Passenger and Freight business
from HarrisbUrg to Driftwood, (2d Fork) 177 miles,
on the Eastern Division, and from Sheffield to Erie,
78 miles, on the Western Division.
TIME OF PASSENGER TRAINS AT BURG. HARRIS-
Mail Train leaves North 1:15A.M.
Ex Train leaves North 3:00 A.M.
Cans run through without change both ways on
these trains, between Philadelphia and Look Haven
end between Baltimore and Lock Haven.
Elegant Sleeping Cars on the 'Express Train both
For information respecting Pass engerbusin eft. aTh-
El 9 at the 'B. E. Corner 11th and. Market Streets,
And for Freight business of the Company's Agents: .
S. 8.41.i.50m05, Jr., corner 13th and Market Sts.,
Philada: • •
J. W. RITNOLDS, Erie. . f
J. M Dram., AgentN. O.- R. W.. Baltimoie, Md. ••
-IL H. HOUSTON,
• Gen. Freight Agent., Philadelphia.
LEWIS L. 110U,FT.
• Gen: Ticket Agent. Philadelphia.
• 30S. D., POTTS.
intirms. • Gen. Manager. Williamsport.
GEO. Et:AYERS respeeifulliiinnounccs that
hq isp_repared to do every devri_ploon of PHOTO
. GRAPHIC , COLORING and RE-TOUCHING with
otographs conteking •
4 efects' k portraiture,
blotches, and injuriesfroredampness or e.Tposure.
OPT ha toksity reme_
Perseus having Daguerreotypes, &e., of, Dec eased
Friends, can babe them copied, an Good Likenea4es
Butored, suitable for Training.
Apply at p. 8. Shrlock's Bookstore, °heathers
bury. I - • , fe17,64-tf.
p EADIT G RAIL RO.AD.-WIINITE ;
Jit TER ARRANGEMENT
GREAT TRUNK LINE from the North at
Northwest for Philadelphia, New York. Readin I
Pottsville, Lebanon, Allentown , Easton. Ste. .
Trains leave Harrisburg fur Philadelphia, Nt•
York, Rending, Pottsville. and all intermediate St.
tions at 8:00 A.u. and 2:00 P.M.
New York Express leaves Harrisburg, a3:00 A.M.,.
arriving at New Fork at 10:15 the same morning.
Fares from Harrisburg: To New York $5.15: •
Philadelphia $3.35 and $2.80. Baggage cheek ,
Returning, leave - New York at 6 A.m., 12 11., and •
r. 31., (Pittsburg Express arriving at Harrisburg at
A.m.) Leave Philadelphia at 8:15 A.M. and 3:30 P.:l
Sleeping cars in the -New York Express Trait
through to and from Pittsburg without change.
Passengers by the Catawissa Railroad leave Tit
magus at 8:50 A.Y. and 2:15 P.M.. for Philiidelnhi•e
New York and all Way Pointe.
Trains lerive Pottsville at 9:15 A.M. and 2:30 7.314
for Philadelphia, Harrisburg and New York.
- An Accommodation Passenger Train leaves Rea
hie at 6:30 .K. 34., and returns from Philadelphia . t
la-All the above Truths ran daily, Sandals e7i
A Sunday Train leaves Pottsville at 7:30 A.M. ar
Philadelphia at 3:15 P.M.
Commutation, Mileage, Season and -Excursic
Tickets at reduced rates from all points:
SO The. Baggage allowed eaelapaa,enoer.
da16,63-tf. General Sup't.
0 R. T• R i
LAUMAN, SALLADE& CO.,
N 0.128 SOUTH NINTH ST.,
BETWEEN CHESTNUT AND WALNUT :4TREETB,
GEO. M. LAMM AN,
A. M. SALLADE,
J. L. BITTING.
RIVESE, GARDRAT & CO.'S
ST-PRIOR COGNAC BRANDY,
VINTAGE OF 1838,
EACH-BOTTLE SEALED WITH GREEN WA
WITH THE INITIALS OF THE FIRM.
LAIIMASALLADE .t CO.
SUPERIOR 01.,D, MADEIRA 'WINE
FINE SHERRY, CLARET AND
' AND.AN ASSORIII NT OP .
FINE BRANDS oF, CH MPAGNE
OSBORNE'S & CO.
TENT FM AND DELICATE
OLD PORT WINE,
EACH BOTTLE SEALED WITH YELLOW WAX
111TH THE INITIALS OF THE FIRM. .
LAU.AIAN, SALZADE A: CO.,
N 0.128 SOUTH NINTH ST..
OLD RYE WHISKEY,
'WERT S'S WHISKEY,
2, 1 / 4
LAUMAN, SALLADV& CO.,
1.T0.128 SOUTH NINTH ST.,
Eirr anti Sand Goats.
E W G 0 0 D S -
The subscribers are now offering a large lot of
Russia Diaper and Crash.
Irish Linen, &c.,
Extra superquality Black and Colored Dress Silks,
Cloths and Cassimeres,
1% and 1 1 A Bombazines,
3i and 1 1 ,E Black and Colored Delains,
100 doz super French Shirt Probes,
100 Balmoral Skirts,
Water Proof Moths,
Brussells, Extra sup and sup Ingrain Carpets,
1, 1 1 4, 1,4, 2, 234, Floor Oilcloths,
200 doz Linen Cambric liandkerehiers.
Cocoa and Canton Matting,
500 yards Dutch Carpet
SKIRTS t SKIRTS'? t —.SKIRTS !I
CELEBRATED "NE 'PLUS ULtRA" KIRT
BOLD ONLY AT
N 0.17 NORTH Bth St., PHILADELPHIA
Skirts of all lengths, and any size waist made ti
order and sal,isfactionFuAranteed.
Ladles, Misses and Children's Skirts of every sip
and shape, constamtly on hand.
Every Skirt warranted for Six Monthq. -
READ HOW WE DO • BUSINESS.
Wo do not make any cheap skirts in the calumet
acceptation of the term, but we make-
THE CHEAPEST SKIRTS MADE,
because vie 'make '
THE BEST AND DEFY COMPETITION.
We warrant every skirt we sell to be exactly a ,
represented. We make all we sell, and knowiug how
they are made we guarantee them with full confi
dence. LI we sell a bad skirt we will dxehanga itfw
a new one, and if they get out of order or break with
in sit niontiut, we will repair them free of Charge.
• We mean to give our customers full satisfaction,
but we cannot do so and compete with the low priced
auctiontoods. We depend entirely upon the su
periority of the goods we offer. and the fairness of
our method of doing business.
Orders loft at Shryock's Book Store.
DIRECTIONS FOR MEASURMENT.
Take the exact size of the waist, without any al
lowance. The exact length required and the size
around the bottom spring. Also, if theskirt is to be
large. small, or medium size at the top, and whether
trail orplaia round skirt. M. A. JONES.
N 0.17 NorthBth St,,Philndeljthih
augl9-if Over the Wax figure:
Lmi . L n L ev rv e
rYorari l ety Mi oPth S e T la il tes tk t importations,
• and of the newest and most fashionable styles.
/ OUR STRAW DEPARTMENT will comprise
every variety of Bonner% Hats and Trimmings to
I be found in that line; of the latest and most ap
k uroved shapes and styles. Soliciting- an-early call.
I remain Yours, Respectfully, H. WARD,
Nos. 103,105 k-107 North SECOND Street.
1 , mar 16-40 Philadelphia.
TDB PRINTING in every style done at
the Moe of the Ir t aht , M.l4ll Bari:snow!.
100 doz Lile Threat and
200 doz 'Hosiery
30 pieces Russia Duck,
WM. WALLACE lc CO
,4t 10.1104 . AcfP,OPI ; Oi . , - 4,Fifit 1804.
gytobro aril Eintuarr
is -f .
JACOB B. MILLER
AMIN STREET-4 Door* ,Couth of thr Diamond
Wouldrespeetfullyinvite the attention of the pub-
lie to his large and well 9 elee tea stock of
TIN nmi 41'
Ile has now the largest and beat assortment . of
GAS BURNERS - n.1(1
crer offers in Franklin conn,tY..
WA S B p ;1, R 8
constantly on hand of all sizes, find_ the. host ma-
The largest aqsortmeni,the hcarirst iron and the
best made in tbci county
Alsv—A large stock of
made of the best material and :in a workmanlike'
maned. As he is a PRACTICAL WORK-.
MAN. and has had many years ex
perienco in the business, he
feels confident that he
can give general
ROOFING., SP - OUTING,' &c.,
made and put up at the shortest notice. Portico-
lar attention paid to all 'kinds of
MENDING AND 'JOBBING
Call and look through our stock and get the prices,
as our motto is
"Small Profts, Quick Sales and Good Value."
JACOB 13. MILLER,
_ Polar DoorkSonth of the Diamond
Nov.ll, '63-17. , '
LOUSEKEEPERS, READ t !-GAL
'LAGITER* SUNRISE AIR-TIGIIT—A now
Flat Top COOKING STONE. 'The plates are very
heavy, and the whole Stove is finished in a superi
or manner. I warrant this Stove to be superior to.
any Flat Top, Stove now in tho market. and I res
pectfully invite my friends and the public to dull
and examine it. There are several sizes.
I havo - itso a great variety of other COOKING
STOVES, of every style: PARLOR STOVES, new
and beautiful patterns; together with a heavy stock
of STOVES for Chnr'hes, Stores, Offices, Hotels. &t.
JOHN S. LUDWIG.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in '
STOVES, TIN AND COPPER WARE.
N. 8.—1 have'bern appointed Sole Agent for• Ga
l celebrated Sunrise Air-tight Cook Stove in
Chambcrsburg. inn 17.6.1:
A T ETTER, HAMILTON & CO.'S
rik. Great Stove and Tin Ware Store. cornerof the
Diamond, can be seen the lamest, best and cheap
stnek of roods in Chamber4hurz. They have
COOKING STOVES, for Wood and Coal. of latest
tiatterns and all sizes, at fair prices. i0n17.61.
QPOUTING DONE AT SHORT NO
kJ TICE, of first rate material and cheap.
All work warranted, and cheaper than can be
bought elsewhere in the County. Call and see for
yourselves at ETTER. HAMILTON k CO.'S. - 4
nearly oupo.ite the Bank.
"LITTER, HAMILTON es: 'CO. tire
pared to put up the be.M. .I. O WHINING RODS
at cheap rates. •
A LWAYS ON TAND, a larze assort;
/IL ment of the very best Tin, Japanatd and Cop
per Ware, Ice. Sold to at
ETTER, HAMILTON C CO.'S.
A LL WORK WARRANTED, and
cheuper than can be ,nought elsewl:ere in tl4.
County. Come anti see—titan bay. at
ETTER, HAMILTON A: CO..S
CALL FOR PARLOR AND DINING
ROOM COOK STOVES. They are pretty.
good and cheap. ETTER. HAMILTON
A few doors from Shrsock . 8 Book Store.
Bitter Wine of Iron. •
Bitter Wine of Iran.
Bitter Wine of Iron:
Bitter Wine of Iron. ,*
For Dyspepsia and Ind ice gt ion,
For Dyt:pepsia 'and Indigestion.
For Dyspepsia and Indigestion, ,
For Dyspepsia and Indrokion,
For Weak Stomachs and General Debility.
For Weak Stomachs and General DebilltY.
For Weak Stomachs and General Debility, i
For Weak Stomachs and General Debility.,
Reliable and Sure to do Good,
Reliable and Suro to do Good,
[tellable and Sure to do Good,
Reliable and Sure to do Good,
It Costs but little and Purifies the Blood,
It Costs but little and Purifies the Blood,
It Costs but little and Purifies the Blood.
It Coats but little and,Purtfies the Blood.
Of this Valuable Tonio.
Of this Valuable Tonle.
Of this Valuable Tonic.
Of this Valuable Tonic.
Only 75 Cta. and One Dollar per Bottle:
Only 75 Cta. and One Dollar per Bottle.
Only 75 Cta. and One Dollar per Bottle;
Only 75 Cta. and One Dollar per Bottle;
I. 'Manufactured solely by S. A. KUNKEL & BRO.
General Depot4lB Market St., Harrisburg. Pa.
SI NIXON. Agent, Ohambersburg, Pa. ocal-6ta.
W3l - . /TERSER, JR. , CHAS ; 11, CRESSi:EIt.
YSER . & g mE S S LE
DEALERS IN • 4
DRUGS,' ciitMICAO, MEDICINES, &c.,
' PREPARATIONS OP;PULL STRENGT.II,
will give mitiifaction to Physician utnl'Patient,ind
insure continnca success to our Ding liAtabl6lnnent,
we Fick this branch our contaut enrc and'sertainy.
AND PATENT IIETIICINES.
Ire I's-arrant eur stick to be pure and the best in the
We aro receiving a' laiko Int of '
FRESTI GARDEN SEEDS',
etubiacietr the best kinds of now and UM varieties
of early and late'vegetable3.
HOWE & STEVENS' FAMILY Di;E COLORS,
a reliable and easy eolor:ins. WO ask )u't a trial for
then.. All the colors eoultantly on hand.
Partners: and Horse Dealer ,liouid always have on
hand a paokage of
• OiNIEL'S HORSE AND CATTLE POWDER.
It is the best for Distetni)er.
BITTER, WINE 'OF IRON,
an c , ,:tcs.llent Tonic for debilitated and dyspeptic
11-kiZVEY'S . ('!OUP SYTtlil',
an expectorant for (Imp;hs nod .CokTh' in the' Throat
anctuChest; thatcan be relied on to givi: speedy relief.
The Great Toni
The Great Tunic
The Great Tonic
The Great Tunic,
And Cannot do Hard
And Cannot do Hann
And Cannot do Harp
And Cannot do Harm
We only.aAk a Trial.
Wo only ask a Trial:
Wo only ask a Trial:
We only ask a Trial:.
prugs; flactiicintic; 'Su.
bRADITATES IX PiIARSIACY,
!Wieling that onlY
iPOC.KET 14DOKS AND Nir ALLETS.
have just received/ a. largo lcit, of every size,
qinility and price.
Fine Soaps and Perfumery, ,
Hair and Ctotli Brushes, i ' ,
, Tooth Brthiles, 1 ''
i - , Redding Combs,
' limn and licirn Combs,
' Trus. , , , s and graees
' , tic.ponitiur.
*-1-9iedleines etio'be had nt night or on Sunday
by'ealling at the Store or at W. Heyser's residence,
a few doors South of time Stoic. jan27.
A. J 11 I L L E R,
D U G\G I S
STORE ON THE DIAMOND. CHAMBE,RSBURG.
TOILET. ,- ARTICI,ES
' ' HAIR DYES. POMADES:
EXTRACTS OF ALL KINDS,
. : ' COCOAINE,
HAIR BRUSHES. COMBS.
and &fall assortment of every thing in the Toilet
line can be had at ' , -MILLER'S.
E It - 0' S E N E 0 : I L,
KEROSENE LAMPS. •
CHIMNEYS AND WICKS,
ALCOHOL AND ELPID,
and & full assortment of such articles Mare usually
found in a Drug Storc,Can be had at MILLER'S.
TERMS CASH: , del.
TIORSE AND CATTLE POWDER.
Miller's Horse and Cattle Powder is the best
in the market. Prepared and sold by
' t A. J. MILLER.
CIARDEN SEEDS.,--Elirly York Cob
bag:e Seed. attest full supply of all. 'duds of
Gordon and Flower Seeds, jiist received br
A. J. MILLER.
pATENT MEDICINES.—AIways on
hand a:complete ctoek of all the po_pnlar Pat
ent medicines of the.day - ;
FAMILY DYE. COLORS.—A new ar
tick, and just what is needed in every family,
HAW, YOU- Af.ool.33?—Try a Bottle
_LI of MILLER'S - COUGH SYRUP. ft zvitl
You. Get it ut A. J. MILLER'S.
TTFYI. YOU THE ITCH7—Get a box
1.1. - of"TERREL'S ITCH OINTMENT. It is u
µto and speedy cure—at A. J. MILLER'S.,
NTEW ARTICLES AT NIXON'S.,
ill Virgin \Vox of Antiles, -
, Bloom of Bosco,'
,1 Extraet of Night-Blooming Cerous,
; New,and Superior Pearl Powder,
Now Exiract 24 usk, ,
- Frangipani and Lettuce soaps,
imperial Pomade, •
i - Italsawic Balm, for Pimples, &c,
;NT I -X . . 0 N H A S
u.. 1 Peroline .Son.p,.oxcell,nt, -.!
i Brown !V mtisor butip. excollent. •
i Elder Plower So“. 11,, i:xcellunt,
V-1 (lemon Bitters,•luTge size, .
All a Jayne s Medicines.
All Of Ayeet, Medianom,
All of Itelnibold's Medicines,
A full 6tock:. ()run. Patent Medicines, at ;NIXON'S.
A . LARGE COLLECTION OF G‘AR
-L 1 DEN SEEDS:::cmbraeing all the new kinds,
Item three leading eAtablishnikats, and all warrant
ed as represented:- Gantenera will ronieruher that
'.1 , :1X.01N; has experience in this line, and can give
fall cilrectioni.• ';, 'r " ._,
Nrix , oN Ii..kS.AI)DED . BY RECENI I T
_Ol .-14 1 / 4 elitises; a larito lot of FANCY" ARTICLES
to hits sfikels, stud is now jo reputed to excel in this litre.
''' 4 - " • . - ' . .
NI , X 0 N -II A ..S
A sew stock of splendid Combs,
Anew? stook of splendid Brushes:
AsuP EV 0 R ASSORTMENT OF
Hair Brushes titui Courba; a superior stock of
Tooth Brushes, at • t • _ NIXON'S.
A FULL STOCK OF PURE DRUGS.
Il Chemicals, &e,, at NIXON'S.
I)EBN.r!mj.. At Cu" AND TOOTH
A N EXAMINATION- OF STOCK IS
roqueatad. att . ; • - MON'S.
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which it s conducted, long sine anted its position
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3d South Third Street.
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. Are always full and correct, the corrections being
made up to the day of dohagto press with each issue.
TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION.
One Copy, monthly, oho year $1 00
,oz) Copy, semi-monthly, ono year, ' 2 00
Subscriptions may commence with any moni.h.—
Terms always CASH IN ADVANCE.
All letters must ho ruhlresselto the Publisher,
CHARLES C. RHODES,.
45 South Third Street.
V EAV „SHOE STORE.—The sub
s'criber takes' this method `of informing the
citizens of Chambersburg and vicinity that be has
Just returned from Philadelphia with an ENTIRE
LY NEW STOCK of Boots and Shoes, of every
variety; style and pattern, and of the best manu
lle has no old .clopkeepera on band. His whole
stock is New. Give him a cal P—you can easily suit
yourself. lie invites the Ladies especially. to call,
as he will take pleasure in showing his goods. Store
in, the room formerly occupied by - Fred:erick Smith,
Esq., as a Law Office..• and more recently used for the
purpose by George Eyster, Esq., two doors North of
Ph..her's Hotel. Main Street, Chanabersbum. Pa.
His large and well seleacri stock, he bung. kora e
field Shoemaker, consists of Ladies' Gaitemlcts,
Slippers and Buskins; Misses and Children's Dots
and Shoes; Gentlemen's Goiters, Slippers, B eta
and Brogans. •
Don't forzet the place. No trouble to show goods
at THE NEW. STORE, two doors North of .Fish
er's Hotel. Main Street, Charnhersburg. Pa.
jun 17.63. • . PETER PELD3fAN.
CL AND SEE undersign
ed announces to his numerous friends and cus
tomers that he continaezvb "manufacture to order,
and keeps on hand; a falLand complete assortment
of various qualities end styles of SHOES and GAI
TERS, for Ladies, Misses and Children. Itisassort
rnent of BOOTS. SHOES, &c., for Men and Boys'
wear is complete. to which he respectfully invitesat
tention. ORK of all kinds made to order, in aneet
and durable manner, and at short notice. Call and
see before purchasing elsewhere, and he will satisfy
purchasers that he sell -at, very small profits for
cash. Don't for - get the place—nearly,Opposite Hutz'
Store. ChamberSburg, Pa.
jun 17,63. GEORGE LEHNER.
TO TI RLARIES OF AMERICA.
LYON'S - PERIODICAL DROPS,
LYON'S PERIODICAL DROPS,
LYON'S PERIODICAL DROPS,
LYON'S PERIODICAL DROPS,
THE GREAT FEMALE REMEDY!
THE GREAT FEMALE REMEDY !-
THE GREAT FEMALE REMEDY!
, THE GREAT FEMALE REMEDY !
LYON'S, PER lODICAL% OR'OPS - •
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!Pcriodical Drops are
THE ONLY FLUID; PREPARATION
'THE ONLY FLUID PREPARATION
THE ONLY FLUID PREPARATION
THE ONLY FLUID ,PREPARATION
ever brought before the public, and as a diuretic and
specific for irregularities, challenges the world to pro
duce an equal; they are, in the most obstinate bases,
RELIABLE,' AND SURE TO DO GOOD!
RELIALSkrE,. AND SURE TO DO GOOD!
RELIABLE: AND SURE TO DO GOOD!
RELIABLE, AND SURE TO DO GOODI
AND CANNOT DO HARM
AND CANNOT:DO HARM -
AND CANNOT DO HARM
AND CANNOT DO HARM •
IF THE DIRECTIONS ARE ADHERED TO!
IE THE DIRECTIONS ARE ADHERED TO!
' IF THE DIRECTIONS ARE ADHERED TO!
IF THE DIRECTIONS ARE ADHERED TO
SAFE AT ALL TIMES]
SAFE AT ALL TIMES!
SAFE AT ALL TIMES!
SAFE AT ALL TIMRS!
except 17136 expresslylorbidden in the directions
which arc wrapped around each bottle, and have th
written signature of Dr,,;; No. L. LYON_ upon them.
NONE - thmERs.ARE GENUINE!
NONE OTHERS ARE GENUINE!
• • NONE OTHERS ARE GENUINE!
NONE OTHERS ARE GENUINE!
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS!
BEWARE 01 , ' COUNTERFEITS! -
BEWARE OF- COUNTERFEITS!
BEWARE. OF COUNTERFEITS!
They cure all those ills to which the female system
is subjected with dispatch and a degree of certainty
which nothing but a scientifically compo waded fluid
preparation could reach.
USE NO OTHER!
'USE NO OTHER!
USE NO OTHER!
USE NO OTHER!
for my Drops stand before the world as the ne pitlß
ultra of all remedies for the cure of all diseases of
rho Kidneys and Bladder, Leucorrh ea. Prolapsus and
the mild but positive correction of all irregularities.
DO NOT BE IMPOSED UPON!-
DO NOT BE IMPOSED UPON
DO NOT BE IMPOSED UPON !
DO NOT BE IMPOSED UPON!
by those who have other preparations, Which they
desire to palm off upon the strength of the popular=
ity, of my Drops, and who recommend their own nos
trums, thus. appropriating to •themselves the con
stant demand for my Periodical Drops, as a medium
f o r selling something which is worthless and ineffic
ient. But when the Druggist you apply to has not
got them, either make him buy them for you, or else
enclose one Dollar to thcmcs.rest general- wholesale
agent, who will send you it bottle by return Express.
You will thus save yourselves troublo and obtain
relief from the greatest Female Regulator of ther
Over 25,000 six months rn e Ladyeen sold:
. within the last and everythat hati
used them, but for the nature of the cure, would
furnish us with her sworn certificate of their efficacy.
It takes but one Dollar to make the experiment, and
appeal to those of your sex who are suffering--will
you waste away when' a single Dollar will give you
Prepared solely by Dr. ,Pao. L. LYON, Practising
. Price $l, per bottle.
C. G. CLARK & CO.,
Wholesale Druggists, New Haven, Conn., General
Agents for thellnited State! and Canadal.
:For sale it Wholesale by
D. S. BARNES & CO., Nevi York.
GEO. C. GOODWIN & CO., Boston'.
-JOHNSTON, H.A.LLOWAY & COWDEN,
• 5e23.63-eowly.- 't M North Sixth St, Phila.,
BOOK BINDERY.-S. R. FISH
AJF ER L . CO.' S 330 k Bindory is on the Third
Story of the. 'MESSENGER" OFFICE BUILD
ING, on the Diamond. above S.hryook's Book Store.
Entrance between-the 'Book Store and tho Inland
Telegraph office. Old •Books, Periodicals, Music,
Newspapers.l/0., bound in any style. Blank Books.
made to order. Paper ruled to any pattern. in 6.64
iAND -BILLS, from the largest to the
-smallest, in Plain or Parer Colors printed at
theole of the FRANKLIN Rt.F'OSLVRY.
'Bono ant ,*.tatiourrl2.lr
Q. S. SHRYOCK, BOOKSELLER AND
K...) • STATIONER. now Occupies his N ew „ twit
Room. and is propaled to transact busineiskwitb
greater facilities than ever. -
BOE/KS.--School Thioks, iseellaneons llooki To
Books, Law Books, Medical Books, tiund ay
BIBE,ES.—A largo aSsortinent of Poet et and tatri
b riding. NK BOOKS of all sizes, qualities anityrk.,
sza.TioNFlly.—A great illticty of all kinds of
all kinds of writinc and Printing Papers. ot - Frintli,
_English and American manufacture. Also. Brivel
opes of all sizes and qualities, Ink. Pens, Ptgueilr,
India Rubber, Tope?, Seals, Quill', Copy Books
Blotting Board. knives, Erasers. ing Sand
ic. GI AD PENS.—The very hr,t G o l d P en , in tho
market, fully warranted, made by Leroy
BLIND PAPED.—A full rnriety of patterns and
WALL PAPER.—Yearly 1,01 differkit patterns.
together with suitnb e Bordering -2, pl a i n , r c h.,, t,
and Velvet Gilt. , .
PICT THE FRAMES;—OvaI and Feuare Frme,
for Photographs. Frames muds to, order.
FRENCII GLASS, for Picture 'Frames, ex cnr
CHEAP NOVELS, much lower than Publlehcre
ENGRAVrNGS.—EngIish, French, German and
Knife and Clothe s %Ads.
ZEPIIYIi, 1i OltSTElM.—tiinglc and Double Ze.
plivr, Tapestry and SpliZenhyr, Shetland Itiool,ke.•
NEWSPAPERS..—.The l'hiladelplria and. Nras
York Dailies received daib% Clubs or individual*
EEKLY PAPERS.—llorpers' Weekly: Frank
Leslie, N. Y. lkiercin, N. I. Weekly, N. Y. Led
ger, ke. received weekly.. '
PERIODICALS.—harpers' .Nonthly. Atlantic
Monthly. - Continental, Godey, Peterson, Ballon.
linickerbocker, All the 'Y car Round, Cornhip,
received as soon Us published.
CIIEAP LITERATURE. —All the Dirnepubliß;ia;
lions. Weekly Nouvellettes, song Books, Ale., re , '
• ORDERt6.-11"e take orders for All kinds orgo-41,.
EXPRESS.—We receiN c goods by "Express every
day from tlio Emt.
BLANK DEEDS, Writing and Printing iCartist p .
13,11terS, Paper W eight% Fancy Bram.. .Cortkloi and
BrUehee, Chalk Crayone, and all ....‘tandard geode in
our linct.eougantir on band.
3IUSIC.—Sheet Music, for Piano. Guitar,
and Flute. _ -
- . .
P1A3i.0:3.- , - - W.e purchase' Pianos on cominission «
so as to sare our customers fiom Fifty toOne Hun
dred and Fifty Do/Mrs.. • - ' - . „
MUSICAL INSTIIII3IENTB.—we can: supply
any kind of Misled.' Instruments at priees far lower
than usual. •
PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS.—We een Sell:'•Photo
graph Albums at lower pricesthan they can'be pro
cured for in the cities.
CARTES. DE V fSlTE.—Portraits 'of 31ilitary
Men of Om U. S. Army and Nal Y. edSralgui B be
Men and Women. Comic Pictures, &e. .
NEW TOY BOOKS in great variety.
NOW publications of the American S. S. Union,
American Tract Society, Presbyterian Board o
We have no hesitation in saying to our customers
that from our long experience. our tnenrer of doing
business, and oar great facilities, we do not fear
oumpetition; and hao no doubt of being able to
give entire satisfaction.
Come and see our newstore, our now and enlarged
stock, and form your own opinions.
Chambersburg, Dcc. 9,1663.
TAMES B. -SMITH 45.:' - CO.
BOOKSELLERS AND PLIBLISIIEBS,
.)lanufaetnrers of Blank and Memorentbtra Boolca.
Photograph Albums, Manifold Writers, Marble Pa
per. &e:. No. 27 South Seventh Street, aboye Cheat
Blank work of every description, for Coritty OM;
cos, .Hotels, Contain.; Houses, and Public °Theca
done to order. Orders left with S. S. SHRYOCK.
Chnmbersburg, Pa., will be promptly attended to.
S.HRINER'S BALSAMIC COUCH SY
RD-P.—For Cozen Crovp, Nhocyinto
Cough,Aelltraa• Bronchitis Spilt ing Blood, Pain and'
Weakness of-the Breast, Brifhclilty of Breuthing;
This is no new remedy, It has been used for annul
ber of years in _Maryland and parts of Peunsylva
nia,lind has wherever known acquired rut unprece
dented reputation for curing the various diseases for
which it is recommended..
It is used by all classes of society, and , the uni
versal opinion isthat it is good. This Sit.inlp is a
rarely VegeNblet Compound... It i 512 1, , ut to tttlz.Q.
and never does injury, but owing to its purifYina
qualities, must do good under any eirt mnstauees.—
Its effects are 'truly wonderful, sootbing,, calming.
and allaying the most violent coughs: imrifYinir
strengthening and invigorating the whole Isysteni
calming and soothing the nerves; aiding 0.1 facil
itating' expectoration, and healing the
thus striking at the root of diseases, and 'driving it
from the system: _ _
This disease is announced by difficulty of breath
ing. shrill whistling or wheezing hacking cough,
aud,threatened suffocation. Sac. 1t mostly occurs
in young children. ho child need die of Croup if
this Syrup is prororly used, and 11F it:in iliac.--
Mothers having croupy children should watch the
first show of the disease, and, always keep this re
medy on hand. , •
For cough after measles this Syrup is rims: excel
lent. - Experience has proven that it, is equaled by
no'other preparation. -
The price issue!) as to place it within the reach of
all, the poor as well us the rich, and every person
t.hould have it.
.Every one should have it in the house. ,It is a
true and faithful friend to all who value health and
wish to securer themsees against that most ters I
ble disease, Consumption. It will beAbund the
post useful as well as the cheapest fussily medicine
in the world. It has been used fer the las,t four
;ears with n success without a parallel. -
Price 40 ct...per bottle, or three bottles for :nat.
For sale by A. J. MILLER, and J. S. NIXON.
Chambenburg. Pa., and Storekerpenerermhere.
- - fiIOUTZ'S CELEBRATED 0R S E
A: AND CATTLE POWDERS.—These Powders
have proved, after a trial of several vears, to be su
perior to any preparation of the kind- used. The
-chief superiority of these Powder's arise from the
fact that they are composed of medicines that have
Laxative, Tonle and Purifying properties. The
Laxative ejects crudities from the stomach and
intestines the Tonic gives strength to the syylere
of the Hemet and the purifying medicines con
tained in them cleanse the blood and:lay the foun
dation for a healthy and vigorous eircalati on. The
use of them improves the wind, strengthens the
apPetite, and gives the horse n fine, smooth, glen , -s•
skin—thus improving the appearance, vigor and
spirit of the noble animal.
These Powders are not intended, as sumo Pow
ders are: to bloat the animal, so as to give hire, the
appearance of being fat when not really so—but to
remove the 'disease and promote his '4en eral health.
These Powders will strengthen the stomach and
inteskines. cleanse them from offensive matter. and
bring thcon,to a healthy state. They are a preven
tive of Lund Fever, and a certain rem( dy for all
diseases incident to the Ilorse, as Glanders. Yellow
Water, Distemper, Founder, Heaves, : 4 1overing.
Coughs, Fevers. Loss of Appetite, and Nita, Ener
gy, &c. These Powders, if used twoortbree times a
week, through the winter and Spring, your Horse
will never get the Lung Fever. Colic ;or Batts. A
few doses of these powders will remove the worst
Cough on any Horse. Were owners of Horses to
feed a few of these Powders every, year they might
save the lives of many valuable Merges.
hiILGH COWS.—The properties this Powder Pas
sesses in increasing the quantity of Milk in Cows.
gives it an importance and value which should
place it in the bands of every person keeping a
Cow. In fattening Cattle it gives them an appetite,
loosens their hide, and makes them !thrive much
HOGS.—In all diseases of 'Swine, as Cpughs, Ul
cers in the Lungs and Liver. 1 03" putting from
half a paper to a paper of these Powders in a bar-'
rel of swill, the above diseases can he cured or
tirely prevented. By using these Powders the Her
Cholera can be prevented, Prepared - by
S. A. A/UTZ lc BRO. Westminster, hid.
Forsale wholesale rind retail BRO.,
and J. S. NIXON, Chamhersburg,Pa., and store
keepers evrywhere. Price 25 eta. a paper. or five
FOUTZ'S MIXTURE is a safe and reli
able Rome dy for the mire of Rheumatism, Pain
ful Nervous Affections, Srlrains, Burns, Swellings.
and all diseases requiring fin ezternal application .
On Horses it will never fail to cure Poll-eril,'Fir
tula. old Running Sores or.Sweeny, if protl
plied. For sprains, binises.scratch. craekal nor.
chafes, saddle' or collar gall, cut or Tenunds,W- au
infallible remedy. , Try it and be convinced_ Qf rte
Persons afflicted with this disease,' no matter Os.
be* long standing, can be promptly and effeatually,
cured by using this mixture.
There s nothinein the world so sure and se sue
to takeaway bad Corns and cure Frost Bites as this
preparation. Try it and satisfy Yourselves. Priers
2& and ets. per bottle. pepared bY '
S. A. 'k'CIITTZ RO., Westminitert_ma.
_rat' sale by A MILLER and TiASi.jef.i
vnambersbutg;Pa.; and'Storekeepers everYwimra.