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WINTER TIME ABLE. FIVB. TRAINS
dash to and from Philadelphia, on and after Nov.
The Passenger .Trains oT the Pennsylvania Rail
road Company wiltdepart from and arrive at Har
risbarg and /11iladelptda...11.
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THROUGH EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Harris
burg (Laity at 2.4 A.M., and arrives at Philadelphia
at _ _ •
FAST LINE leaves Harrisburg daily (except
:Monday) at 6.00 A. 11., and arrives at West Philadel
phia at 10.10 A.m. Passengers take breakfast at
• WAY ACCOMMODATION, (via Mount Joy,)
-eaves Harrisburg at 7.20 A.M., and arrives at West
Philadelphia at 12.25
- PAST. MAIL, TRAIN leaves Harrisburg daily
Inseept Sunday) . at LOU v.m., and amves at West
Philadelphia at 5,20 rm.
' HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION TRAIN,
,via Columbia, loaves Harrisburg at s.3o_raf., and
'arrives at West Philadelphia at 10.50 P.M.
BALTIMORE EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Har
risburg daily (except Monday)at 2.20 A.M.' Altoona
8.00 A.u., take' breakfast, and arrives at Pittsburg
PHILADELPHIA EXPRESS TRAIN leaves
Harrisburg daily at 3.20 A.m.; Altoona 8.40 A.m., take
breakfast and arrives at Pittsburg at 1.30 P.M.
MAIL TRAIN leaves Harrisburg at 1.40 P.M.!
Altoona at 7,55 P.M., take supper,- and arrives at
•Pittsburg at 1.10 A.M.
FAST LINE leaves Harrisburg at 4.15 P.M.: Al
toona at 9.10 Par., take supper, and arrives atPitts
burg at 1.40 A.M.
HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION TR A I \ N
leaves West Philadelphia at 2.45 P.M., and arrives
at fittrrifthtirg at 810 P.M.
INIOUNT JOY ACCOMMODATION leaves Lan
caster at 11.38 A.M., and arrives at Harrisburg at
1,40 P.X. SAMUEL D. YOUNG, -
junl7 63-tf. Supt. Middle Div. Perms. R. R.
NORTHERN CENTRAL RAILWAY,.
WINTER TIME TABLE.
THREE TRAINS DAILY TO AND FROM
'BALTIMORE AND WASHINGTON CITY.
, Conneetions made with trains on Pennsylvania
Railroad, to and from Pittsburg and the West.
- 'TWO TRAINS DAILY to and from the North
and West Branch Susquehanna, Elmira and all of
Northern New York.
' On and after Monday, November 16th, 1863. the
'Passenger Trains of the Northern Central Railway
will arrive at and depart from Harrisburg and Bal
timore as follows: - •
MAIL TRAIN lOaveS Sunbury daily (ex-
cent Sunday 10:10 A.M.
leaves Harrisburg 1:a) P.M.
arrives at Baltimore 5:40 Pail
EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Sunbury daily
(except 5unday).....11:42 P.M.
leaves Unrrisb'g (ex- k
cent Monday) 2:50 A.m.
arrives at Baltimore
(except MondaY)..... 7:00 A.M.
HARRISB'G ACCOMMODATION leaves
- Harrisbur* 7:00 ear.
MAIL TRAIN leaves Baltimore daily
(excentSundav)...--- 90 0 rat.
46 leaves Harri5burg...........1:45 P.M,
• arrives at Sunbury 4:30 ?AL
EXPRESS TRAIN Jeaves Baltimore dai,
arrives at Harrisb'g... 2:00
- leaves Harrisb'g dai
ly. (except Monday 3:25 A.ll.
arrives at Sunbury... 6:25 A.m.
HARRISIVG ACCOMMODATION leaves
Baltimore daily (ex
cept Sunday) 3:00 p.m.
arrives at .Harrisburg , .. 7:50
' For further information apply at the Office, in
Pennsylvania Railroad Depot.
jun17,63-tf. 3. N. DuBARRY, Gen. Supt.
NEW AIR LINE ROUTE.-THREE
TRAINS DAILY TO NEW YORK AND
On and after Monday, November. 16, 1863.' the
Passenger Trains will leave the-Philadelphia and
Reading Railroad Depot, at Harrisburg, for New
York and Philadelphia. as follows:
EXPRESS LINE loaves Harrisburg at 6:30 A.M.,
on arrival of the Pennsylvania Railroad Express
Train from the West. arriving in New York at 1:45
A.M. A sleeping car is attached to the train through
from Pittsburg without change.
MALL, TRAIN leaves Harrisburg at 8:00 A.M.,
arriving in New York at 5:36p.m., and Philadelphia
PAST LINE leaves Harrisburg at 200 P.m., ar
riving in New York at 10:25 r.m., and Philadelphia
'EAST LINE leaves New York at 6:00 A.M.. and
-Philadelphia at 8:15 A.M., arriving at Harrisburg at
MAIL TRAIN leav'es New York at 12:00 noon,
and Philadelphia at 3:30 P.m., arriving at Harrisburg
at 8:20 P.M.
PRESS TRAIN leaves New York at 7:00. P.M.
'arriving at Harrisburg at 2:00 S .M., ..and connecting
with the Pennsylvania Express Train for Pittsburg.
A sleeping car is also attached-to this train.
Connections are made at Harrisburg with Trains
, on,the Pennsylvania, Northern Central and Cum
berland Valley Railroads, and , at Reading for Phil
adelphia, Pottsville, Wilkesbarro, Allentown, Eas
Baggage Checked through. Fare between New
York and Harrisburg. $ , 5.15; !between Harrisburg
aria Philadelphia, $3:35, in No. 1 cars, and $3 in
Fot tickets or other information apply to
J. J. CLYDE.
Gen. Agent, Harrisburg.
(VVMBERLAND VALLEY AND
V FRANKLIN RAILROADS.---CHANGE
.110011 S.—On :And after Monday„ April 4th, 1864,
'Passenger Trains will run daily, as follows, (Sun
FOR CHAMBERSBURG: AND HARRISBURG:
A. M. P.M.
gerst 7:00 245
enea 7:37 3:35
L eitv . Hagerstown.,.....
t ff= •• • -
Leave &%ipp . eris e btuv .........
Mechanicsburg 6:25 10:42 3:12
Arrive at Harrisburg 6:55 11:15 3:40
'FOR CHAMBERSBURG AND HAGERSTOWN
- , , A. M. P. M. P.M.
Leave Ha r risb u rg.r 8:05 1:32 4:20
Mechanicsburg 8:47 2:15 4:54
Carlisle - 9:27 2:55 5:29
' " Newville 10:02 3:29 -
Shipp ensburg 10:33 4:00
Arrive at Cbambersburg 11:00 4:30
Leave Chambersburg ....-...11:10 4:40
Greencastle 11:55 5:30
Arrive at. Harrisburg' 12:35 6:10.
Making close connections at Harrisburg with
trains for Philadelphia. New York and Pittsburg,
and with trains for all pointS West.
The Train leaving Harrisburg at 4:20. P. M., runs
only as far as Carlisle. 0. N. LULL, Supt.
R. R. Mee, 'Chamb'g, April 4,1864.
1863. - 1864.
PHILADELPHIA' AND ERIE RAlL
greatline traverses the Northern
and Northwest counties of Pennsylvania to thoeity
'•'of Erie, on Lake Erie.
It has been leased by the Pennsyliiania Railroad
Company, and under their auspices is being rapidly
. opened throughout its entire length. ,
It is now in use for Pamenger and Freightbusiness
from Harrisburg to Driftwood. (DI Fork) 7 - 7 miles.
on the Eastern Division, and from Sheffield to Erie,
75 miles, on the Western Division.
TIME OF PASSENGER TRAINS AT HARRIS
Mail Train leaves North 1:15 Am.
Express Train leaves North 3:00 A.M.
Cars ran through without change both ways on
these trains, between Philadelphia and Lock Haven
Ond between Baltimore and Lock Haven.
Elegant Sleeping Cars on the Express Train both
, ; For-information re.spectingPassengerbusiness
ply at the S. E. Corner 11th and Alarket Streets,
And for Freight business of the Company's Agents:
S. B. KINGSTON. Jr....Carl:Mr 13th and Market Sts„
' J. W.'Rfir:SOLDS, Erie.
j• M. Danz, Agent N. C. R. W.. Baltimore, Md..
. -- - H. 11. HOUSTON, •
, Gen. Freight Agent, Philadelphia.
• • LEWIS L. HOUPT.
Gen. Ticket Agent. Philadelphia.
JOS. D. POTTS,
jun 17,63. Gen. Manager, Williamsport. -
- CIRAIN!'•G'RAINr! GRAIN!!!
- CETAMBURBI , II,G, PA.
The undersigned takes this method of informing
his friends. and the pubFe generally, that he has
:lamed for alerm of years the welt knoirn'EreiverY
:establistnaeot boretotbre conducted by Mr. Upton
:Washabaugh. Ile will be glad to furnish to his
friends and the old patrons of the House with. the
„finest upon the sitortestnetice, and at the low
ekt prices.. „
The 'highest Dash Price will be paid for 5,000
bushels of BARLEY, delivered at Chum bersbarg".
. ALEXANDER MARTIN.
di)laNO r STYLE' OF SOFT. HATS
at . DECHERTS.
READING RAIL ROAD.-WIIiTE4
TER ARRANGEMENT' •
GREAT TRUNK • LINE from the North and
Northwest for Philadelphia, New York, Reading.
Pottsville, Lebanon,Allentown Easton. &e. Trains leave Harrisburg for 'Philadelphia,. Nov'
York, Reading, Pottsville, and all intermediate eta •
tions at 8:00 A.M. and 2:00 P.M. .
, New York Express leaves Harrisburg at 3:00 A. 31
arriving at New York at 10:15 the same morning.
Fares from Harrisburg : To New York $5.15:
Philadelphia $3.35 and $2.80. Baggage check('
Returning, leave New York at 6 A.m., 12 u.. and
P.M., (Pittsburg Express arriving at Harrisburg at
A.m.) Leave Philadelphia at 8:15 A.. 11. and 3:30 P. 7
Sleeping cars ha' the New York ExpreSs Trah
through to and from Pittsburg without change. --'
Passengers by the Catawissa Railroad leave T:
magna at 8:50 A.M. and 2:15 P.M., for Philadelphi
New York and a I Way Points.
Trains leave t ttsville at 9:15 A.M. _and 2:30 P.M
for Philadelph . . , Harrisburg and New York.
An Acco ...dation Passenger Train loaves Hew'
6: A.M., and returns from Philadelphia
AZ-All the above Trains run daily, Sundayi e)
A Sunday Train leaves Pottsville at 7:30 a.M. ar
Philadelphia at&ls P.m.
Commutation, Mileage, Season and Excursir
Tickets at reduced rates from all points.
80 lbs. Baggage allowed each passenger.
G. A. NICCOLLS,
IMP OR-T ER
WINES A N,D.LIQUORS
LAUMAN, SA'LLADE/c CO.,
N 0.1.43 SOUTH NINTH ST.,
BETWEEN CHESTNUT, AND WALNUT STREETS.
GEO. M. LAUMAN,
A. M. SALLADE,, •
J. D. BITTING. -
RIVESE, GARDRAT 4kCO.'S -
SUPERIOR COGNAC BRANDY,
EACH BOTTLE SEALED WITH GREEN WA
WITH. THE INITIALS OF THE FIRM.
SUPERIOR OLD MADEIRA WINE
FINE SHERRY, CLARET AND
HOCK WINES, •
AND AN ASSORTMENT OF
FINE BRANDS CHAMPAGNE.
OSBORNE'S 4 CO.'S
OP OR T O.
'VERY FINE AND DELICATE-
OLD PORT WINE,
EACH BOTTLE SEALED WITH YELLOW WA
WITH THE INITIALS OF THE FIRM.
DIPORTED BY -
- LAUMAN, SALLADE & CO..
Niz.l2B SOUTH NINTH ST.,
OLD RYE WHISKEY
WERT S'S WHISKEY,
: LAIIMAN, BALLADE & CO.,
• No. =3 SOUTH NINTH ST.,
nolB-ly. ' PHILAPELPIII7
NEW SHOE 'STORE.—Thesul
scriber takes this method of informing ti
citizens of Chambersburg and vicinity that he
just returned from Philadelphia with an ENTIRI
LY NEW STOCK of Boots and Shoes, of eves
variety, style and pattern, and of the best maw
Be' has no old ShopkieperA on hand. His who'
stock is new. Give him a call—you can, easily su
yourself. He invites the Ladies especially, to cal
agile will take pleasure in showing his goods. Stm
in the room formerly oecupied by Frederick Smit I
Esq., as a Law Office. and more recently used forth
purpose George E terEstvdoorsNlr t h
e ;, Belnn m rea d ;mersburga.
His large and well selected stock, he beings prat. •
tical Shoemaker, consists of Ladies' Gaiters, Boots,
Slippers and Buskins; Misses and Children's Boot
and Shoes ; Gentlemen's Gaiters, Slippers, Beal
and Brogans. • •
Don't forget - the place. No trouble to show goodl
at THE NEW STORE, two doors North of Fish
er's, Hotel, Main Street, Chambersburg, Pa,
jnr.63. PETER FELDMAN.
NEW BOOT, SHOE
The subscriber hasj ust open ed in the rooms formerly
occupied by Mr. C. Burkhart as a ConfeetionerY,and
adjoining the Drug Store of Mr. A. J. Mtn en en
tirely new stock of all kinds of BOOT,. SHOES . ;
HATS. TRUNKS, VALISES, UMBRELLAS.
all of which has been boirght for cash. and will bo
sold for cash. as .cheap, if not, a little cheaper than
any other house in the county. All in want of any
thing in his line will find it to their advantage to
give him a call. [apr 6-tf]i H. B. WIN TON.
5:5.5 10:10 2:42
.ElVV;etlthrs : :
11 A., MI L Y DYE CE)LORS.
: PATENTED OCTOBER 1'..3,1,863,
Black,' Dark Green., •
Black for Silk, Light Green,
Dark Blue, Magenta,
Light Blue, Maize,
French Blue, ' Maroon,
Claret Brown, - Orange,
Dark Brown. Pink, -
Light Brown, Purple,
Snuff Brown, ' - Royal Purple,
Cherry, Sa.on, '
Crimson. . , rßearl et,
Dark Drab, Slate;
Light Drab, - Solferino, ,
Fawn Drab, 4 Violet,
Light Fawn Dim& lellow.
For Dyeing Silk, Woolen anti Nixed Goads, Shawls,
Scarfs, Dresses, Ribbons, GloVs, Bondets, Eats, .
Feathers, Kid Gloves, Chirdren's Clothing,
' and all kinds of Wearing Apparel.
ilh - r. A - SAVING OF SO PER CENT.
- - - - - -
For' 5 cents you can color as mans goods as would
otherwise cost five tittles that sum. Various shades
can be produced from the same dye. The process is
simple, and any one can use the dye with imrfect
success. Directions in English, French and German
inside of each package.
For further information in Dyeing, and giving a
perfect knowledge what colors are best adapted to
dye over others, (with many valuable recipes,)pur
chase Howe & Stevens' Treatise on Dyeing and Col
oring. Sent by mail on receipt of price -10 cents.
Manufactured by HOWE & STEVENS,
nov2s-Iyl 260 Broadway, Boston.
For Sale lit Druggists and dealers generally.
ETVIOVAL.—Froih 433 Market Street
to the large IRON BUILDING, 513 Market and
510 Commerce Streets, Philadelphia:
More Goods than one llowre in the United Staten.
A. H. FRANCISCUB,
513 MARKET AND 510 COMMERCE STS.
keeps the Largest Stock in the United States of
Buckets. Brooms,' Tubs, Churns,
Baskets, Brushes, Mats, Measures,
Clocks," Looking-Glasses, Oil Cloths and
Carpets, Window Shades and Paper, -
Bird Cages', Japan • Ware and Whips.
Also—Cotton Batting. Wadding. -
Twines, Wicking, Ropes in Coils
and Dozens, Cotton Yarns;
Cotton and Linen Carpet-Chain.
Our prices will average Lower than any other
Rouse in the city. Call and see for yourselves.
For farther particulars apply to S. S. SHRYOCE,
Chambersburg. sep .2.3 63
PARENTS OF. SOLDIERS in the ser
vice, Gr in Elcsnitals, con furnish them with the
TIBI CHUM thr,ee mcntbs f0r2.5 eta.: els mouths
.14r 8, ore sem ICI $1 te, .
aim of erabet.
VINTAGE OF 1838,
LAITMAN; S A LLADE & CO
Uooto attb *OM'
be, Sten* -Utpoitoti)',ilia . is - 1861.
,Stobes ant( Cinb3atr
T 0 V E Fs 0 It .1 ir
JACQB B. MILLER
MALIV STREET' Doors South of the Diamond,
Would respectfully invite the attention of the pub-
lic to his largo slid wellselected stoekof
Ec has now the largest and best , assortieont of
GAS BURNERS and
ever offered in Franklin county.
eonstantlyon hand of all sizes, and the best ma-
The largest assortment,the heaviest iron and the
best made in the enmity
Also—A large stock of
T I_N W A R E',
made of the best material and in a workmanlike
manner. As bola a PRACTICAL WORK-
MAN, and has had many years ex:-
perience in the business, he
feels confident that he
can give general
ROOFING ; SPOUTING, 64e.,
made and pid up at the shOrtest notice. Partien
lar attention paid to all kinds of
MENDING AND JOBBING
Call andlook through our stook and get Ithe prices
as our mottvis
"Small Profits, Quirk Sales and Good Value."
JAOOB B. MILLER,
Four Doors South of the Diamond
HOUSEKEEPERS, READ !
LAGHER'S SUNRISE AIR-TIGHT—A new
Flat Top COOKING. STOVE. 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 the market, and I res
pectfully invite my friends and the public td call
and examine it. Thbre are several sizes. t -
I have also a great variety of other COOKING
STOVES, of every style; PARLOR STOVES, new
an d beautiful patterns, together with; a. heavy stock
of STOVES for Churches, Stores. Offices, Hotels, &c.
JOHN S. LUDWIG, -
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
• STOVES, TIN AND COPPER WARE.
N. 8.—1 have been appointed Sole Agent for Gal
laher's celebrated Sunrise Air-tight Cook Stove in
Cho mbersburg. jun 17.63.
AT ETTER, 'HAMILTON & CO.'S
Great Stove and Tin IVare Store, cornerof the
Diamond, can beat en the largest, best and cheap
eat stook of Goods in Chambersbnrz. They have
COOKI:s.iG STOVES, for Wood and Coal. of latest'
Patterns and all sizes, at fair pries.
-- T .
SPOUTING DONE AT SHORT NO
TICE, of first rate material and client):
All work warranted, and cheaper than can be
bowtht elsewhere in the Conntv, Call and see for
yourselves at ETTER, HAMILTON & CO.'S,
nearly opposite the Rank.
TITTER. HAMILTON & CO. are pre-
JIA Pared to put up the best LIGHTNING RODS
at cheap rates.
,4 LWAYS ON HAND, a large assort
.E 1 merit of the very beet Tin, Japanned and Cop
per Ware, Sold low at
ETTER, HAMILTON fc_CO.'S,
A LL WORK WARRAti and
cheaper than can be ben ht elsewhere in the
County. Come and ser—then buy, at
ETTER, HAMILTON & CO.'S.
CALL FOR I'ARLOR AND DINING
ROOM COOK STOVES. Thin- are pretty,
good and cheap. ETTER. HAMILTON CO.'S,
A fe . T doors from Shryoek's Book Store.
BURKHART & HENSHEY,
AND DEALERS IN
"Sr 0 0 0 DS .
North, Main Stre l et, (Woo Side)
trz. Or4rs promptly attended,
a0- 1 Y I
wm - , R.I.EIER s IR, I , CHAS. li: SLEA,
H E YS E It R,
dRADVATES DT PIIApMACy,• - .
- ... • DiAitßa' ix,
DRUOS, CHEMICALS, "MEDICINES, .&c.,
PREPARATIONS 1)F Era STItENGTII;
will gfre,satisfaetion to Physician 'awl Patient, and
insure continued suect to our Drug Establishment,
we gir.this branch our constant care and-seratiny.
. • -
. AND PATENT MEDICINES.
We Warrant our stock tu bajaure and the best in the
• We tire receiving a large lot of
FRESH GARDEN stp.- - ps,
etubraeing the best kinds Of new and old varieties
()Pearly and late vegetables.
ROWE, & STEVENS' FAMILY DYE - COLORS.
a rctitcfile and emy coloring. butsa trial for
them. - Colors constantly, on hand.
Farmers and Horse Dealers should always have on
hand a - package of -
O'NIEL'S HORSE AND CATTLE POWDER.
It is . the best for Distemper.
BITTER. ",\VI..iCE ,OF IRON, i
an excellent Tonic fat ( debilitated and dyspeptic
persons. r , • ,
!elievinKtlint only ',•
PURE - DR UGS,,,
M.RS. HARVEY'S CROUP
an expestorant for Coughs and Colds in the Throat
and Chest, that can be relied on to give speedy relief.
POCKET BOOKS kWD - WAL I BETS.
We have just received a large lot;og every ei.4e,
quality and Price.
Fine Soaps and Perfumery, • .
.1-fair and Cloth Brushes, ' ,
i Tooth Brushes, = ,
Gum and Horn Combs,
,;,. 3. Concentrated Potash,
. I - . Trnsseg and Braces,
G—tMedielnes can be had at,night or on Sunday
by cal-lina at the Store or at W. HeyseY's residence,
a feWdoors South of the Store. , jan27.
TIVUBSES AND SUPPORTERS;
•. - .
ER' S S R A R T., LA. ,
' lIELMBOLD'S EXTRACT B#cHTf. _
HOOPLAND'S GERIAIC BITTERS, '
d 6 SPAN?LER'S-,
p,O ri A D E Si .;
PERFUMERY AND SOAPS,
ILIANDRETH'S AGRICULTURAL IM
)I,E.MENT, AND SEED.WAREHOUSE
!ll and 2.1 South Sixth Sired; Philirdellibirt, Pa.
DAVID LANDRETH & SON, DIODTiCICHIVOI . Blooms
dale, which contains near four hundred acres. in
high tilth. devoted - to the production of GARDE'S
'SEEDS, aid now prepared to simply Country Mer
chants, Drukgists and all others who deal in Seeds.
with large or Rrnall quantitie , , by the pound or
bushel, and also in.papers made ready for ietaillug.
- The Establishment represented by David : Land
reth C Son, has`been founded nearly threic-fourths
of a century.
The wide spread popultarity, and the demand in
creasing from year to year. for
Landreth's Warranted Garden Seeds,
'evldenee of the high value entertained for there
br the public.
Landreth's Garden Seeds are not only faiorablY
reeeivetitthroughout the I:nien. but are shipped to
many foreign ports. Indeed it may be stated with
national prtde that they come into active competi
tion with English Seed and Dritish Soil.
David Landreth & Son invite all who are not al
ready purChesers of their Garden - Seed,_ to make a
trial of them—n.snred that they will be found fully
equal to their high reputation.
Landreth's Rural Register and Almanac contain
ing catalogue of Garden Seeds with instructions.
f am ish e d Also—Cataloguo of Agricultural
Implements. DAVID LANDRETIr - S: SON.
nag 12-1 y) Nos. 21 and 2,3,South Gth St.. Phi
F ll ESH ADEN
GARDENERS, MARK GARDENERS
PII.EdII.ASIN'II SEEDS IN
SMALL OR LARGE :QUANTITIES,
• by sendi;ig a list of what they , require.
WILL RECEIVE , THE SAME BY RETURN
with the lowest possible prices annexed for cash
CARRIAGE PAID TO
BOSTON AND NEW YORK.
Seeds pre-paid by mail.
B. M. WATSON,
` Old COlony Nurseries , ,
• : " Plymouth, Mass
3usi - ires.of tbe 1 1 3 ear.
TUSTICt OF THE . PEACE.-H. - B
DAVISON, Justice of the, Peace. Ot/tceim
mediately opposite the Indian Queen Hotel. Al
business.entrusted to his care wilt receive tromp
attention. - foetroments - of Writinin• of all kinds
drawn up in a satisfactory manner. .
p • HAINIMAN, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE,
. Chambersburg, Pa. Office in FrankliTl
in the room formerly occupied by Stumhangh
Stewart. Promptmttention given to any thing in
the line of a Magistrate and Scrivener. fe3,64
JOHN C. 130 , PKV03. JOAN M'ELVTINF.Y
JOHN C. 11 . 0PKINS &-• CO:,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
CHINA, GLASS AND QUEENWARE,
./Va,•6 Market Street, Philadelphia.
For further particulars apply to S. 4.5.111tr0CK,
C.hapaheraliurg, Pa- 5e23.-15r.
STORE ON THE DIAMOND. CHAMBERSBIJRG:
'p o I WE 'T ' A R 1' I C• I,' E S ':
I STERLING'S AMBROSIA. '
HAIR DYES: POMADES.. . 1
- EXTRACTS OP AL BINDS, '
1 • 9000AINE, • .
TOOTH BRIT IiF,S.
HAIR B IiSRES. COMBS,
And aMI assortment of efreryt s , in the Toilet'
line can be had at -k, .- MILLER'S..
, Q TANDARD PAa _ENT; ME
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, '
E., eyser's Pectoral, , -
Bleed Searcher, ,
' ' Jayne's Medicines,
Mcl a n fi ti o re th 's er am e d ood
, . . . _ . Preparations
. of the day.
tit MILLER'S Dreg Ste're. - '
Y O,U • .
• A 12 A D
Try a Rollie of MILLER'S COUGH SYRUP. - It
will cure you. Get it at A. J. MILLER'S.
Got a,ox of TERRILL'S ITCH OLNTMRNTTU
is n safe and speedy Cure--at A. J.' MILLER'S.-
Tr 'ERC.SENE 0 IL,
11 , KEROSENE LAMPS. -
CHIMNEYS AND WICKS.
ALOOHOL AND FLUID,
and a fun tu* , ortinent of such articles - as aro asnalty
found in Drug Store can be had at MILLER'S.
T HE; CHILDtS
at MILLER'S_ Drug Store.
BRYAN'S PULMONIC WAFERS.
at MILLER'S Drug Store.-
TERRILL'S TENTER OIISIVENT,
A Certain Cure.
viAmmy DYE COLORS...A new ar-
J: ticle, and just what is needed in °Very family,
at • 4 „ MILLER'S.
H O R SE
, AND tOW • Prl:gr t , , s - at
G ARDEN SEEDS, 9,ll,ltEsts.at
CLARK :S DISTILLED RESTORA-
RESTORES GREY AND FADED HAIR' AND
. BEARD TO ITS NATURAL ,COIAR,
Is an, unequalled Dressing
, Is good for Children
CLARK'S, RESTORATIVE, - •
Is good for Ladies.
CIJAILFS RESTORATIVE, ,
Is good for old People.
CLARK'S. RESTORATIVE, '
Is pcirfectly harinles.:±
. Contains no Oil
CLABa'S RESTORATIVE, - • 1
- Is not a Dye
- • - Beatttifies the Hair
Is splettdid Pk. Whiskers
Keeps the Hair in its Place
Cures Nervetts Headache
CLARK'S REST pRATIyE,
CLARK'S RESTORATIVE, •
. blobs Itching and Burning
CLARK'S RESTORATIVE, •
• Keeps the Head Cool
CLARK'S RESTORATIVt; •
'ti Is delightfully perfumed
CLARK'S BESTORATrVE; -
Contains no Sediment
Contains n 6 Gum
CLARE'S RESTOAATIVE, . •
• • • Prepares you for Parties
CLARK'S , RESTOitATIVE
- ; Prepares Fen for Balls
CLARK'S 11E,TPOE.A.TINE,. '
'All Ladies need it
CLARK'S RESTORATIVE,, '
• 1, :xiy will do without it
CLARK'S REST,ORATIV% •
CILATiR'S RESTORATIVE, ' ;Casts but $1
Is. Sold by Druggists and Dealers everywhere
Prim, $1 per bottle—A hottles for &S.,
_ ~ 0. G. CLARK , de. CO..
D. 9: Barnes York,
mar 2-Iyeowl General Agents
AGENTg WANTED EVERYWHERE
TO 5E114 THR .
Elegant-Pull Length Bteel.Plate Engraving
SIGNING TITE EMANCIPATION PROCI4AHATION.
The best and only correct likeness of this great
man in existence. 'For Particulars address,
JOHN DAINTY, Publisher,
april 11-4 t N 0.1 7 8. 6th St., Phil ad.
'habitsry Newspaper Mee.: , A man of
toa:dy who neither drinks liquor. usestobac
co or swears, is preferred. $3O a month will be paid
niayll.-St* - -
goOd TA.ITNER. Good
wages and steady employment will be given.
Apnly'to the undersigned, near Mereersburg.
AATANTED-FURS OF ALL KINDS
'll6ll nay the highest price in catill, for the
Red and Grey Fox. Mink, Muskrat. Raccoon. Om:s
-ill:II and Rabbit Skins,, : .J. L. DECRERT.
HAND -BILLS; from the largest to the
smallest, in Plain or Fancy Rrivted at
the office of the FRANRITYR‘EPOSITOttI.
TOB PRINTING. in every style, Alone
OtheOtlteeof the FRANKLIN ,REYObITORy
h i aL
TIVE FOR THE HAIR,
, AND IS A MOST LL'UItIOUS DRESSING
FOR_ THE HAII3. AND HEAD.
Prat-slits its falling off.
C S. SHEYOX; OKSELIARRIVID.
L 1 • STATIONER, now occupies bia New Store
Room, and is prepared to transact business with"
greater facilities than ever.
BOOKS.—School Books, Miscell an e Ona OakaiTO3'
Books, Law Books, 'Medical Books, SnadaY °IA
Books, Military Books.
818 LEB.—A iarg c astortment of Pocket anti rani. •
• • 1
BLANK 800 of ; all sizes, qualities and atil t*
of binding.. .• ,
STATIONERY.—A great 'variety of aiLkinds o 1 '
all kinds of writing and Printing Papers, nf - French.
English and - Ai:acne= manufacture, „Also,,Envel
2Pes. of. allsizes and qualities, Ink. Pens, pgncile,
111111111 • Rubberri.o, ..i.npes; Seals, Q u ip' s C o py B oo k s
Blotting- Board, Knives, Erasers, Writbnr Sand
GOLD PENS.--.The very best Gold Pens in the!
market, fully warranted, made by Leroy W. Fair•-!
-child. N. Y. - • • _ ,
BLIND.,PAPEII.—A fall variety of patterns and.
WALL PAPER.—N early 1,000 different patterns,.
t ogo th g y with suitalre Borderings; Plain, Velvet-4
and Velvet Gilt. - _
- PICTURE FRAMM. , —OvaI and Square Frani**
for Photographs., Frames made to order. • ••
',FRENCH GLASS, .fin , ri
Picture Frames, of nl,y
sme..- • •
- CHEAP NOVELS, mach lower than Publishers!!,
ENcrRAVINGS.—English, French, German and
Knife and Clothesßaskets.
• ZEPHYR' WORSTEDS.—SingIe and Devible'Zel
Phxr, Tan eitry_and-Spli Zeph Yr, Shetland Wool &c,
NEIVSPAPERS.I`be Philadelphia and New
York Dailies received daily. Clubs or individuals
supplied,. . • I .
WEEKLY PAPERS.—Harpers' Weekrhyranit
.Leslie, N. Y.:Mercury, N: Y. Wbekly, Led
ger &c. received weekly. • ,
VERIODICALS.—Harpers' Monthly,' - Atlantic
Monthly,' Continental, Godcy, Peterson, Balton,
Knickerbocker, All the Year _Round, Cornbill,lke,.
'received as soon as published. • .
CHEAP LITERATURE.—AII the Dimepublitga-
Hens, Weekly Nouvellettes, Song Books, dc., re
ceived daily. - • •
ORDERS.—We take orders for all kindsotooods.
EXPRESS.-We receive-goods by Express, °rep_
day from the East.
BLANK DEEDS, Writing and Printing Cards,
Rulers, Paper Weights. Fancy- Boxes, Combs' and
Brushes, Chalk Crayons, and all standard, goods in
our line constantly on hand.
• IIIIISIC.--Sheet Music, for Piano, lanitar,:lriolib.
- PlANOS.—WepurchiSe Pianos on commission.
so as to save our customers, from Fifty to One Hun
dred and_Pifty Dollars..
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.—We can supply
any kind of Musical Instruments at prices farlower
than usual. •
. P.HOTOGRAP.II•ALBUMS.—We can sell , Photo
graph Albums at lower prices than they =ale pro
for in the cities:
CARTES 1)E VlSlTE.—Portraits of Military
Mon of the U. S. Army and Navy. distinguish@ 1
Men and Women, Comic Pictures, &c,!-•
NEW TOY BOOKS in great variety. • •• • '
New publications of the American S.'S. Union.
American Tract Society, Presbyterian Board 'of
`We'brive no hesitation in saying to our customers
that from our.long experience, our manner of doitg
business, and our great...facilities, we do mot fear
competition, and have no doubt of being 'able to
giYe entire satidaction. .
Come and see our new store, our new and enlarged
stock, arid form your own opinions.
Chambersburg, Dec. 9,1843.
'TAMES B...SMITH 4S?
t." BOOKSELLERS AND PUBLISHERS
Manufacturers-of Blank and Memoranthim *Mitts.
Photograph AlbtunseMtulifold Writers, Marble Pal
per,,&c.. No. 27 South - Seventh Street, above Chest
Blank,work of every description, for County. Offi
ces, Hotels, Counting Houses, and Public Offices
done to order:. Orders' left with S. S. SIIRYOCR,
Chambersburg, Pa., will be promptly attended to. ;
Restores the Color
RIMINki'S BALSAMIC COUGH SY
RUP.—For Coughs, Chide, Croup, ll'ht ! op .
Cough,Arthnict,Bromehitti, Spitting Blood, Painand
Treaknes of the Brettt, Difficulty of Breat ',jug, tfkg.
This is nohow remedy, It has been used fora num
her of years_in Maryland and parts of Pennsylva
nia, and has wherever known acts wired an unPreee 4
dented reputation for curing the various diseasea fos
which itis recommended.
It is used by all classes of society, and the uni
versal opinion is, that it is good. This ~ ,A tritp is oi
purely Vegetable Coamottatt. It is pleasant to take.
'and never does injury, but' owing to its purifying
qualities,' moat do good under any circumstances,—
Its effeeta are truly wonderful, soothing, calming,
and allaying the moat violent coughs: InitifYing
strengthening and invigorating the whsle system:
calming - and soothing the nerves ;, aiding and facil
itating expectoration; and healing the •
thus striking nt the root of diseases, and &Piing 'it
from the syste.
This disease is announced by difilenftv eflireath-'
ing-, shrill whistling or wheezing, hackiag cough:
and threatened suffocation. &e. ft mostly - occurs
in young children, :No child need die of Croup-ii
this Syrup is prorcrly used, and used in time„.-,
'Mothers having croupy thildren should watch the
first show of the disease, and always keep this
medy on hand. •
For cough after measles this Syrup is most. excel
lent. Experience has proven that it is equaled by
no other preparation: . _
The price is such as to place it wi4 the reach o
all, the pdor as well as the rich, a every peraen
should have it.
Every. one should have it in thethense.:. It is a
true and faithful friend to all who value health and
wish to secure themselves against that mast terri
ble disease, 'Consumption. It will be found the
most useful as well as the cheapest family rnedicipe
in the world. It has- been used for the kit fort:
years with -a success without a parallel. , '
Price 40 ets. per bottle, or _three bottles for $l.lO.
Prepared by '• • S.' A. FOITTZ 131t0,:-
• Westininster, : lid.
For sale by A. J. MILLER, and J. S. NIXON.
Chamhersburpt.'Pa,, and Storekeepers eYeryihere.
- pQIITZ'S CELEBRATED II 0 It'S'E
AND CATTLE POWDERS.—These PoWtlite
have proxed, after a triat'of several years, to be su
perior to anY 'preparation of the kind used:' Tile
chief superiority of these Powders arise from the
fact that they are composed of medicines ihathave
Laxative. Tonic and Purifying properties. -The
Laxative ejects crudities from the &Wraith - and
intestines; the Tonic gives strength to the Fystein
of the Horst; 'and the purifying medicines' eon
tained in them cleanse the blood and lay the fonn
dation Tor a healthy and vigorous circulation. The
rise of them improves this wind, strengthens - OM
appetite, and gives the horse a Spe, smooth:4loW
skin—thus improving the appearance, vigir and,
spirit of the noblevinimal.
These Powders are not intended, as some Pow
ders are, to bloat the - animal, so as to give Mkt the
appearance of being fat when not. really so—but to
remove the disease and promote his general health.
• These Powders will strengthen. the stomaeli tick
intestines, cleanse them from offensive matter, and
bring them to a healthy state. They area treven
tive of Lam; Fever, -and a certain retnedy forall
diseases incident to the Horse, as Glanders, Yellow
Water, • Distemper, Founder, Heaves, -Slavering..
Coughs, Fevers, Loss of Appetite, end Vital Ener
gy, &e. These Poirders, if used twoortbice limes&
week, through the winter and spring, yetirliorse
will never get the Lung Fever, Colic or Butts. ,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 Horses;
MILCH COWS,—The properties this Pordenms
sesses in increasing the quantity of Milli in Cows.
gives it an imPortanco and value which; skrald
placeit in the, hands of every person kcopilag
Cow - . In fattening Cattle it gives them an appetite,
loosens their hide, and• makes them - thrive mad/
faster. • ;
• HOGS.—In all diseases of Swine t or Cptighs,'Ul
cars in the Lungs and /dyer , d:c., p lsY puttins from
half a paper to a paper of these owders in a bar
rel of swill, the above diseases can bectired or en
tirely prevented. .By using these Powders P:! #°F
Cholera can be prevented. -Prepared by
S. A. •F ; I:j1ITZ,& 'BRO., WestrainsteriMd.
For anti wholesale and retail by A. J. MILLER
and J. S. NIXON,. Chambersburg, Pa'., and state
keepers everyiiiere, Price 25 cts. a paper, or dve
papers for $l. 49,65-Iy.
FOUTZ'S MIXTURE is a safe and-rell
able Remedy for the cure of ith e illtt at ism. Paig
ful Nervous Affections. Sprains. Burns, Swellings•
and all diseaSes requiring an external applipatior
on Man. •
On Rorsei it will never fail to cure Poll-evi4 Fit
Lula, old Running Sores or Sweeny. if properly at.
plied. For sprains , bruises, scratches, craelced s ho
chafes. =idle or collar cat or wouitds, it i 3
infallible remcd,y, Try it and be convinced of i 3
- - REEEIIMA.TISM. •• ' -
Persons afflicted with this disease, no matter of
how long Standing, can be promptlYand'effeetual'
cured by using this mixture.
There, nothing in the world so ear and so
to take away bad Corns aild cure Frost Bites al this
Preparation. Try it and satisfy 3 'earsOlves. Price
25 and 50 ets. per bottle. Prepared Br,.
S. A. _PORTZ a - BRO WestranisterAid.
For sale by A. J. MILLER'imd NAON
Charabcrslaurgi Pa., and Storekeepers evetOthere