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pE'N N SYL VAN IA RAILROAD!
WTNTEIt TIME TABLE. FIVE-TRAINS
daily to and from Philadelphia, on and-after Non.
1&h,1863. • •
The Passenger Trains of the Pennsylvania
read Company will depart from and arrive at Har
risburg and Philadelphians follows:
THROUGH EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Harris
burg daily at 2.45 a. s., and arrives at Philadelphia
at 6.0 s tar.
FAST LINE leaves Harrisburg daily (except
Monday) at 6.00 .t.st., and arrives at West Philadel
phia at 10.10 a.m. Passengers take ,breakfast at
WAY ..ACCOMMODATION, (via Mount Joy,)
eaves HarTisburg at 7.20 dal., and arrives at West
Philadelphia at 12. Z
FAST MAIL TRAIN leaves Harrisburg daily
(except Sunday) at 1.00 p.u., and arrives at West
Philadelphia at 5.20P.M.
HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION. TRAIN:
vin Columbia. leaves Harrisburg at 5.30 Pal.. and
arrives at West Philadelphia at 10.50 P.M.
BALTIMORE. EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Hai.:--
risburg daily (except Monday)at 2.20 A.M.L. Altoona
8.00 A.m., take breakfast, and arrives at -Pittsburg'
at 1.00 P.m.
PHILADELPHIA EXPRESS TRAIN leaves
Harrisburg daily at 3.20 A.m.; Altoona 8.40 A.U., take
breakfast and arrives at Pittsburg at 1.30 P.M.
MALL '111A1.1,1 leaves Harrisburg at 1.40 P.m.!
Altoona at 7.55 P.M., take supper, and arrives at
Fittsburg._a_t 1.10 A.u.
FAST LINE leaves Harrisburg at 4:15 P.M.:
toona at 9.10 P.m., take supper, and arrives at.Fstts
burg at 1.40 A.M.
HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION T R
leaves West -Philadelphia at 2.45 P.M., and arrites'
.at Harrisburg at 8.10 P.M.
-MOUNT JOY ACCOMMODATION leaves Lan
caster at 11.38 1.m., and arrives at Harrisburg at
1,40 P.M. SAMUEL D. YOUNG.
' .. _1un17,63-tf: Supt. Middle Div. Penna. R. R.
ATORTVERN .CENTRAL RAILWAY.
_L WINTER TIME TABLE.
THREE TRAINS DAILY TO AND FROM
BALTIMORE AND WASHINGTON CITY.
Connections made with trains on Pennsylvania
Railroad to and from Pittsburg and the West.
TWO .I c RAINS DAILY to and from the North
and West Branch Siisquehanna, Elmira and all of
Northern New York.
On and after Monday, November 16th, 1863. the
Passenger Trains of the Northern Central Railway
willarrive at and depart from Harrisburg and Bal
timore as follows:
MAIL TRAIN leaves Sunbury daily (ex
cept Sunday... 10:10 A.Y.
leaves Harrisburg 1:20 Y.Y.
arrives at Baltimorb 5:40 P.Y.
EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Sunbury daily
leaves Harrisb'g (ex
cept Monday) 2:50 A.M.
arrives at Baltimore
• (except Monday)..... 7:00 A.M.
HARRISB'G ACCOMMODATION leaves
Harrisburg 7:00 Akat,
MAIL TRAIN leaves: Baltimore daily •
• (except Sunday)... ......« 9:21 A.M.
leave...a Harrisburg 1:45
arrives at Sunbury 4:30
EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Baltimore dai
ly 9:30 P.Y.
• arrives atilarrisb'g. : . 2:00
(except -Monday 3:2,i A.M.
arrives at Sunbury.- 6:25 A.Y.
BARRISWG ACCOMMODATION leaves
Baltimore daily (ex
' ' cent Sunday) 3:00 P.M.
arrives at, Harrisburg.. 7:50 P. 31.
- For further information apply at the Office, In
Pennsylvania Railroad Depot
. itm17,63-tf. J. N. DrBA:RRY, Gen. Supt.
NTEW AIR ,LINE ROUTE. THREE
.11 TRAINS , DAILY TO NEW YORK AND
'On and after Monday, November, 16, 136.3, the
Passenger Trains Will leave the Philadelphia and
Beading Railroad - Depot, at Harrisburg, for New
York and Philadelphia, as follows:
EXPRESS LINE leaves 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.
MAIL TRAIN 'leaves Harrisburg at 8:00
arriving in New York at 5:30 P.M., and Philadelphia
at LSD P.M.
PAST LINE leaves - Harrisburg at 2:00 P.M., ar
riving ih New York at 10:25 p.m., and Philadelphia
at 7:90 P.%
, PAST LINE' leer:v,or New. York igt, 6:00 A.m., and
Philadelphia at 8:15 A. 31., arriving at Harrisburg at
:MAIL - TRAIN leaves New York at 12 - :00 noon,
and Philadelphia at 3:30 rat., arriving at Harrisburg
EXPRESS TRAIN leaves New York at 7:00 P.M.
arriving at Harrisburg nt 2:00 A.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 Rending for Phil
adelphia, Pottsville,' Wilkesbarre, Allentown, Eas
Baggage' checked through. Faro between New
York and Harrisburg, $5.15; between Harrisburg.
and -Philadelphia, $3:35, in No. 1 cara t , and %, - $.3 in
„For tickets or other information apply to
J. J. CLYDE,
iun/7.63-tf. Gen. Agent, Harrisburg. •
vUALTIE ELAND VALLEY AND
'VRANItLIN RAILROADS.—CHANGE Off'
110C121S.—On and after Monday, Aiwa 4th, 1864,
Passenger Trains will run daily, as follows, (Sun
FOR CB AMTIERSBURG AND HARRIpBURD:
A. M. P.M.
Leave /lagers - Wert
• " ' ' Greencastle
j Arrive at... 8:17
I,Laave 8:30 12:55
A. M. '
Carlisle 5:55 10:10 2:42
" Mechanicsburg 6:25 10:42 3:12'
Arrive at Harrisburg . 6:55 11:15 3:40
FOR OHAMBERSHUO AND HAGERSTOWN -
A. M. P. M.; P.M.
Leave Harrisburg 8:05 1:32 - t 4:20
Mechanicsburg 8:47 2:15 I. 4:54
" Carlisle,. 9:27 2:55 ' 5:29
" Newirille 10:02 3:29 -
" Shipperusburg 10:33' 4:00 .
Arrive atcohs.mbersburg 11:00 4:30
'Letve Chtolhersburg 11:10 4:40
Greeltastle 11;55 5:30
- Arrive at Harrisburg 12:35 6:10
74aking . 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. Office. Chamb'g, April 4,1864.' , - •._
PHILADELPHIA AND ERIE RAIL
-11 great line traverses the Northern
and Northwest counties of Pennsylvania to thedity
of Erie, on Lake Erie.
It has been leased by the Pennsylvania Railroad
Company, and under their auspices Is being rapidly
opened throughout its entire length. -
It ie now:: n use for Passenger and Freight business
from. Harrisburg to Driftwood, (2d Fork) '177 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 r- 1:15 A.M.
Express Train leaves North 3:00 A.m.
Cars run through without change, both ways on
these trains, between Philadelphia and Lock Haven
and between Baltimore •and Lock Haven.
Elegant Sleeping Cars on the Express Train both .
For information ass ap
ply at the S. E. Corner' llth and Market Streets,
And for Freight businesiof the Company's Agents:
S. B. Roo:taxon', Jr., corner 13th and Market Sts.,
J. W. REYNOLDS, Erie.
J. M. DRILL. AgentN. C. R. W. Baltiinore, Md.
H. H. FL9IISTON,
Gen. Freight Agisnt, Philadelphia.
'awls 14 HOUPT,
Gen.-Ticket Agent, Philadelphia.
- JOS. D. POTTS, • '
3an17,63. Gen. Manager, Williamsport; •
aRAINI GRAIN!! GRAIN!!!
WASHABAUGH'S BREWERY, •
- CItannERWCURG, PA.
The' undersigned Mimi this method of informing
his friends, and the pUblie generally, that he has
leased for a term of years the well known Brewery
establishment heretofore chnducted by Mr., Tifton
Washabaugh. He ,will be - glad to furnish to his
friends'and the old patrons of the House with the
finest ALE, upon, the shortest notice, and at the low
est prices. .
Xi-The highestiCash Price will be paid for . 5,000
bushels of BARLEY, delivered at Chambersbnrg,
Ja2o 644 y. ALEXANDER MARTIN.
AND-BILLS, from the largest to the
L inaallest, ia_Ptmin or FaasySoionF. piinted at
the efficeof the FRANKLIN ZWA'OS.ITOItY.
IVIA -,S; H A 11.1:fl, ,1.. N S
• • CABINET ORGANS
MELODEONS were introduced some twenty years
since, and were succeedbd - by the ITARMOIN I CMS ,
about nine years ago. The CARMEN. OGB.(T'AN waz
brought to its presentatate of perfeeidon only in the
summer of 1862. -
THE AUTOMATIC BELLOWS SWELL I
has great advantages over any other invention of the .
kind, is capable of -much finer erects- than can be I
Produced by any other, and is more easiN used ha' 1
the performer; and oplis especially in capaciti for 1-
.t)-- Please notice advance in prices. • 1
CABINET ORGANS. . • , I
No. 15-Four Octave. Single Reed, in Walnut
or Oak case ' 4 's 95 i
No. 16. The Same, in elegant Rosewood Case.... 120 i
No. 17. Five Octave, Single Reed, in Walnut or
Oak Case - lid
No, 18, The Same, in elegant Rosewood Case... 145
No, 19. Four Octave, Double Reed, in Wtdnut '
- or Oak Case 1.2.3
'No. 20. The Same, in elegant Rosewood Case... 15u
No. 21. Five Octave, Double Reed, in - Walnut
or Oak Case 150
No. V. The Same, in elegant Rosewood Case... 180
No. 23. The Bomb, in 'Solid Carved Moulded
. Walnut. :' ......5... 180
'No, 10. Pedal Bass Cabinet' Organ, in Walnut
or Oak Case - 550
. Cases of extra finish made to order.
I No, 12.. Eight Stop Cabinet Organ, in Walnut
or Oak ells° 400
No.ll. The Same. in elegant Rosewood Cme.'.. 475
No, 14. Six Stop Cabinet Organ, in Walnut or
Oak Case - , . ' 281.?
-No. 4. Six Octave, Piano Style, Thisewood case 170
No' 5. Five Octave, " " -.33:'
- KIK 6.. " Portable' . " 101
1 1 § ° o: 7 8: Fo - and-and-a-balf Octave,r'orfrialiblltee,=c; 8.
wood Case e 5
No. l',l. Four Octave, Portable, Rosewood case... 75
Descriptive pamphlets furnished by the sub
Ai Agents for Messrs. Mason & Hamlin we are
enabled to sell at their New York prices, and charge
nothing for freight.
We hive sold a number of their instruments, and
can give numerous satisfactory references.
S. S. SHRYOCK, Agent,
MASON & HAMLIN'S
WITH ONE OR TWO SETS OF REEDS,
AUTOMATIC SWELL,' DOUBLE BELLOWS.
KI 4 EIII3TOr'AND CONRINATION
Atir•Enery Ingrument warrantedfor Five Years. — Cs'il
'PRICES FROM' $7O TO $450.
The Cabinet Organ is the only instrument whiel
combines the requisites for Church and Parlor Mu
sic; for the schhol room and the social festival gath
ering. For while it possesses sufficient power fee
the accompaniment of a large chorus, itis, from it:
capability of all shades of expression, and its won
derful crescendo and diminuendo, most effective as
a solo instrument. It is capable of orchestral ef
fects, and rapid music, as trills, arpeggios, &c. From
its smtabied tones, it has a decided advantage over
the Piano Forte, -for the rendering of many of tin
choicest morceaux of the masters, such as sympho
nies, quartettes. etc.
R. A. McCLURB, Chambersburg, Pa.,
. General Agent for Pennsylvania.
N.B.—The undersigned will sell, .and deliver in
good condition, Cabinet Organs anywhere in thi
State, at factory prices. All inquiries by letter
Promptly answered. Eitusl7.63-tfa R. A. Mc.
p 8.1 N C E & 0
MELODEONS. AND HARMONIUMS
Introducing the effect of Pedal Bassi on every In
E. GABLER'S unsurpaised PIANdS for emelt ; at
a liberal deduction, or on Monthly Instalments.
xa-Over 30,000 sold in Philadelphia.
JAMES BELLAK. Sole Agent, ,,
279 231 South Fifth Street, above Spruce,
MASPN & HAMLIN'S
Description pamphlets furnished gratis at the Book
Store of • S. S. SHRYOCK,
AGENT for Mason & Hamlin's Musical Instru
ments. - -
Prices tho tame as in New York and Boston, tem
freight. , (inar2-tff
MASON S & L.lN' S
CABINET ORGANS -
Dt - scriptiub pamphlet:St urnianed grittls at the Bilok
Store of S. S. SHRIOCK.t
AGENT for Mason & Hamlin's Musical Instra
Prices the same as in Now York and Boston, deep
freight. [mar 9-tf]
PIANOS. -R, A. M'CLURE.
! Sole Asnt for the celebrated
DECKER BROT HERS . (NEW YORP
Pianos delivered*, and put up in good condition, in.
any part of the - State, at
FACTORY RETAIL PRICES.
All Instruments warranted for five years. •
Pianos from other Factories will; be furnished it
desired. R. A,MtCLITHE.
•jun 17,63 Ohainbersborg, Pa.
KLEM M_ & BROTHER,
ImAaorteis: Manufacturers and
IN MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS,'
GERMAN, FRENCH AND ITALIAN STRINGS
No, 703 MAHHET STREET. PHILADELPHIA.
Orders carefully attended to by S. S. SHRYOCK.
ATOtAL MIISIC.L-R. A. AteCLIJRE
, . will teach classes and private pupils the art of
Singing. Musical Notation, Harmony, and Musical
Compo - gition. n025-tf.
BITR , KHART •& HENS.I:IEY
AND DICALIDIff IN
North, Main Street,( 'Weil Side)
or lora promptly attended to.
20-1 i) . TtIiSS I CABII. •
2itotireo *e peace.
'TDASTICE OF THE' PEACE.—H. B.
DAVISON, Justice of tho Peace. Office im
remdintelY opposite: the Indian' neen ' Hotel. Am
businm entrusted to hie care will receive prompt
attention. hietruments of Writinp,, of all kinds,
drown up a satisfactory manner. jun 17,63.
' P -
nruumaiN , JCSTICE OF THE PEACE,
• Chambersburg, Pa. Office in Franklin Hall.
in the room formerly occupied by-Stumbaugh‘
Stewart. Prompt attention given to any thing in.
the line of a Magistrate and Serivener.r fe3,64. tf.
VANCY CARDS, of all styles 412 d
colon printbd at the'RAIPO3I2OIM office.
Zbe franittin tlemitop), 016 25, 1864.
tubes: an -6niuie
S T O:TE EM,PORIU:NI
JACOB B. MILLER
;MIN STREET-4 Door* Snitl6 of the -Diamond,
\Would re..ipeetfullyincite tho attention of the pub 7
lie to I;r6 large and stook of
Ile has now the largw4t and be nesOrtinent of
GAS 13tiliNNR6 A. 1311
ever offered in Franklin \county
WASH-BOI , LERS
constantly on karid - of jlll,silx*. , ancl the best ma-
The largest a.morintent.the heaviest iron anti the
best made in the enmity
Also,—A largp stook of
made of the best material andift a,workmanlike
manner. As he is a PRACTICAL WORK-
MAN, and has had many yearß ec
perieneb in the business; he
feels confitioat that Ye—
eau give general
ROOFING, SPOUTING, &c.,
made and put up at the shortest notice. Particu-
lar attentioix:paid to all kinds of
MENDING AND JOBBING
Call and look through our stock and get the prices,
, . ss our motto is
"'Small Profits, quick Sales and Good Value."
JACOB B. MILLER,
. Four Doors South of the Diamond
HOUSEKEEPERS, READ !!-GAL
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, mid I res
pectfully invite my friends and the
.publie to call
mut examine it. There are several sne9.
- I have al.o a great variety of other COOKING
STOVES, of every style; PARLOR STOVES. new
dnd beitutiful patterns, together with a heavy stock
of STOVES for rhurehes. Store. , Offices, liotels,
JOHN -S. LUDWIG,
Wholesale and Retail Oe- ter in
STOVES. TIN AND COPPER WARE.:
N.B.— T have been appointed Sole Agent for Gal
laher's celebrated Sunrise Mr-tight Conk Stove in
'l3oots ant ,Si)ocs.
'‘,TEW SHOE STORE.—The gub
_Ll scriber takes this method of informing the
citinns of Chambersburg and vicinity that. he has
iust returned from Philadelphia with an ENTIRE
LY NEVV STOCK of Boots and Shoes, of every
variety, style and pattern, and of - the best mann
He has no old 87topA-eq3ers on hand, His whole
dock is new. Give him a call—you can easily suit
Yourself. He invites' the Ladies espccial/y. to call,
- ts he will take pleasure in showing his goods. Store
in the room formerly occupied by Frederick Smith,
Esq., as a Law Office, and more recently used forthe
mrpose by George Eyster. Esq., two doors North or
Fisher's Hotel, Main Street, Chnnabersburg, Pa.
H is large and well selected stock, he being-ajorae
r,ical Shoemaker. consists oT.Ladies' Gaiters, Boots,
-. Rippers and Buskins; Mines and Children's Boots
and Shoes; Gentlemen's Gaiters, Slipper). Boots
Don't forret the place. No trouble to show 'goods
It TILE NEW STORE, two doors North of Fish
br's lintel, Main Street, Chamhersbum. Pa.
Jun 17.61. PETER FELI)3fAN..
E W BO O T,
_8 H O E
- - - -
The s ri ber hus just open eti in the rooms form erl
)eoupied by Mr. C. Burkhart as n Confectionery, and
adjoining the Drug Store of Mr.A. J. Miller. an en
tireh- new stock of all kinds of BOOTS. SHOES.
WATS wt , TRUNKS VALISES. tMBRELLAS.
all of ich lw , i3eon bought for cash, AO will be
sold for cash. as cheap, if not a little cheaper than
lny other house in the county. All in want of anY 7
thing in his line will find it to their advantage. to
give him a call, (apr 6-tfj H. B. WIN TON.
'WISH'S LAMP HEATING APPARS
.. WITH - TUX FLAME THAT LIGHTS THI; BOOM.
* * By the flame of a common lamp, at the
cost of a cones worth of oil, a very comfortable
brenkfaet can be cooked * *—N Y. Trilgy...
" * * in-construction, easily keptin order
ready for use in a moment 4' * * convenient to have
(01 hand. • * 4 ' pnlogie ,
* * * * Fish's Lump is ono of the most popular
novelties of the day, * * the utility:of it is unques
tionable, a. great saving is made in heating awl
cooking small articles, and can be made to cook
meals for a great many persons, which is actually
done on the ambulance cars which carry the sick
soldiers * • * Scientific American.
* * .* • For family use, hospital, tont, barrack,
picnics. fishing, nursery, or sick roora,it is an article
of comfort beyond nil proportion to its cost. * * *
Hall's Journal of Health.
** * I have tried tho apparatus, and my
and I proclaim the same a most valuable and indis
pensable article, and we now wonder how we could
have so long done without it. • * * Ed. Coal Oil
* IL* An eeonomionl contrivance for pain CUP
heat at short notice for nursery and general boasts
hold purposes, * * * - one important
_point 'is 'the
saving in cost over coal fires * * ! N. Y. Evening
' PRICES FROM, TWO TO, SIX DOLLARS
CAPACITY FROM ONE TO FOUR QUARTS. ,
THREE ARTICLE ONECOOKED AT ONE TIME
Arranged for Kerosene or Coil Oil, or dos. ,
A Descriptive Pamphlet of thirty- pages furnished
gratin: ' - ALSO
THE UNIO Pr N. ATTAC-HMENT. ,
-To be attached to a Common' Kerosene Lamp or
Gas Burner, by which Waterway be Boiled, and
Rood cooked; abm arranged to support a shade.
EVERY, FAMILY NEEDS ONE.
WM. D. RUSSELLAgent,
No. 206 Pearl St, N'err York
mayl3-3t MENTES WAfiTZD.
ithi. TIMM, JR: I: CHAS. CIer.SAER.
H E Y-SER & S S LE R;
DRUGS, 'CIAEMICALS, MEDICINES, &e.,
CITAMBERSBURG, PA. •
• AND - •
PREPARATIONS OF. FULL STRENGTH,
will give satisfaction to Physician and Patient, find
insure continued success to oar-Drug Establishment,
we give this branch ourcon'stant care and„serutiny..
AND PATENT, MEDICINES:
We warrant our stock to he pure and the best in ,the
We are receiving a large lot of
FRESH (4 A. R. i) SE I) 8
enthraelni the best kinds of new
of early and lath vegetables.
HOWE & Si'EVENS' FAMILY DYE:COLORF,
arelifthle ?mil easy eolAring. We esk trini,for
them. .All the colors constantly on hand. •.
Farmed and Ifer - se.Dettiers should 4liva,ys have : on
hand tcpaekage of.
O'NIEL'S 'HORSE AND CATTLE POWDER.
It is the best for Distemper: -
BITTER It'INE 2 OF IRON,
an- excelleiii. Tonic for debilitated and dyspeptic
person:4. - ' •
• 0 ••1
Drugs, ettnnes, Str.
,DRALEItB LR - • - •
Bolitriing that only
MRS. HARVEY'S CROUP SIRUP,
an ex ketOrant.for Conchs
Cold thk Throat
and Chest, thatean be relied on to give speedy relief:-
POCKET BOOKS .ANI.), WALETS.
We have just received a large lot, of ;every slze,
quality and Price. : 1 , ' -
Vine Soap ; hind Perfumery,- • I ,
Hair add Cloth I. Brushes, ,
. , !•
Gum and Iron CoMhs.
; COnt. sntrated Potash. , •
. Trusses and Braces,
. .. - 1 . • . 1 .
Medicines, cin he had at nirtht or- S,inday
by calling' at the Store or at W. ffeyser's residence;
a few doors. South of the-Store. ian27:
I - 10U - L-DE4. BRACES,,
TRUSSES 'AND SIiPPORTERS,
- - at SPANGLER'S.
AY RR'S SA RS r kP'A. R LA+
HELiVIBOLVS EXTRACT BLIGHTi.
11Q0FLA'SiD 7 S GERMAI!t'ETTiEILS,
M, A D - E S ,
ER F MERY AND SOAPS.
' at SPANGLE-It's.
EE DS.—N ix om's stock of GARDEN
3 SEEDS has been renewed. A fuil,s(o4 of ail
alto sipai—A. few . busliels sail]
A RENEWAL OF
A full line of ,
'. • CHEMICALS. '. • -
SOAPS ; •
- t at NIXON'S.
QUPERIOR FLESH BRUSHES,
Ki az . \IONS
, , .
BRIAL SUIT SI OF 'BRUSHES,
COW Hair Ping and Panay, f loods, at
tttltl „ . • NIXON'S.-
A P S .—The etoek :of Soaps lat
NIXON'S can't lie excelled. ,
liGt AY RUM, VOLOGNPS AND Ex
1,1 TRACTS. at ' NIXON'S.
O..t•N I , c) N
A Ar I r[E E E.
•D4IT Pr G sT,
STORE ON THE DIAMOIW, CHAMBERSBITRa.
i l l 0 .1 - L'E T' - ` A:ii . T I C L ES.
1.. STERLING'S AMBROSIA:- , ' ,
' HAIR -DYES, POMADES,__
EXTRACTS OP ALL KINDS,
' TOOTH BR'
' . •' - - ' '" ItAra:B] , ,, COMBS,
and a full assortment of every the. Toilet
Pine eat'behad at ' ,LEE'S.
QTANbAREi PATENT "" - ICINES.
- Ayer'S Cherry Peeiors;
- ' ,Xeyser's Peet drat,
Bleed Searaher,, ,
' Jayne's - Medicines, _
- - , Weintire'a and •
. ' . all other good •
. , .
of the day.
'at MILLER'S Drug Store. • - •
- A—B A D -
Try a 'Bottle of MILLER'S COUGH SYRUP. It
vrill tore yeti. Get it at - A.J... MILLER'S.
H AVE - " • .
Get abox or TERRILL'S ITCH OINTMENT. It
is a safe and speeds eure—at A. 3... MILLER'S.
t - RoSENE OIL,
CHIMNEYS AND WICKS.
, ,•- • , ALCOHOL AND Farm
and a full assortment of sueh articles as ate usually
found in ft' DrliC• Store can be had at MILLER'S.
HE'CHILPS 141 - EDICIN , l IANODYNE CORMA,L, at
MILLER 8 Drug Storo.
110 t AN VAR T'S TROCHES,
• BRYAN'S PULMONie WA:FERS.
at, MILLER'S Drug Store. t -
TERRILL'S - TETTER OINTMENT,
; A Certain Cure:
' • -at MIT.-LEIVS Drug Store.
reAmthr DYE COLORS.--A new ar
ticlo, and justyqtat is, needed. in every family.
II O,R S , E AND COW I . ' O WDERS, at
- • MILLER'S.
G AR DE - N . SEEDS, all kinds, at
rrp THE LADIES : pR 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 PERIODICAL DROPS
PERIODICAL DROPS - _
LYON'S PERIODICAL DROPS
LYON'S PERIODICAL DROPS -
ARE 7 3nTTER_THAN PILLS?
ARE BETTER THAN PILLS!!
- ARE BETTER THAN PILLSI
• ARE BET'PER THAN PILLS!
I ' I
Lxon's Periodical Drops are
THE ONLY FLUID PREPARATION
TILE ONLY FLUID PREPARATION
. THE ONLY FLUID PREPARATION
,". , THE ONLY FLUID PREPARATION
averbrought before the public, and ilia diuretic and
.4p eci tie for irregulari tics, challenges the world to pro
decent' ential.; they ere, in the most obstinate cases,
RELIABLE, AND SURE TO DO GOOD!
RELIABLE, AND SURE TO DO GOOD!
RELIABLE, AND SURE TO DO GOOD!
RELIABLE. AND SURE TO DO GOOD!
AND CANNOT DO HARM
'AND' CANNOT DO HARM '
AND:CANNOT DO HARM
AND CANNOT DO HARM
IF THE DIRECTIONS ARE ADHERED TO!
IF THE DIRECTIONS ARE ADHERED TO!
-IF Tip, )IRECTIONS ARE ADHERED , OOI
IF 4'll 01 4 RE CT lONS ARE ADHERED TO
SAFE AT ALL TIMES! .
SAFE AT ALL TIMES?
SAFE AT ALL TiMESI
exi: , ept when expres•ly forbidden. in the directions
which are wrapped around each, bottle, and have th
written signature of Dr. Jzin:L. LYON upon them.
--- NONE OTHERS ARE DENTINE!
- NONE OTHERS ARE GENUINE!
. NONE OTHERS ARE GENDINE!
NONE OTHERS ARE 4ENUINE!
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS!
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS!
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS!
IiEWA E. (5 - F 66 (INTER it ; I
nicy cure all those ills to which the female System
is subjectedwith dispatch and h degree of certainty
whieh nothing hat a 'scientiticallyeorapounded fluid
preparation could reach.
USE NO OTHER!
USE NO OTHER!
USE NO OTHER!
USE NO OTHER!
for my D,roPs stand: before the :world as the ue ptua
ultrit of - all remedies for the cure of all disehses of
the Kid n eysend Medd et. Leueorrh ea: Prolapses and
the mild but positive correction-oral' 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 MT 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
for selling something whiuh is worthiess and ineffic
ient. But when the Droggist yon.apply to has not
got them, either make him buy them for youor else
enclose one Dollar to the nearest general wholesale
agent; who will send yob a bottle , bY return Express.
You will thus save yourselves trouble and obtain
relief from - the greatest Female Regulator of the
Over 25,000 Bottles of this medicine have been sold
within the last six months, and every Lady that Was
used them, but for the nature of the cure, would
- furnish us with her sworn certificate of their ef f icacy.
It takes but one Dollar to maketheexperiment, and
I appeal to those of your sox who are suffering-7.wi1l
you waste away when a single Dollar will give you
Prepared solely by Dr. Jaa:t. LYON, -Practising
Price 441 per bottle.
C. G. CLARE it Co..
Wholesale Druggists New Haven, Cora., General
Agents for the United States and Cartadas. -
For sale at Wholesale by '
' D. S. DA_ltlib'S , CO, New Yore. -
GEO. C. 000Divry & CO, Boston.
JOHNSTON; HALLOWAY ‘b COWDEN.
5e23,63-eowly.. -23. North Sixth St., .Phila.
AGENTS WANTED EVERYWHERE
• Ito BELL TUB
Elegant run Length Steel Plate Engraving"
13161SECO'Tini nniatomoritt - g PROCLAMATION.
The best and only_ eprreet likeness of this great,
man inexistence. For Partibulani address
• - JO H N DAINTY. Publisher',
may 11-4 • , N 0.1 7 S. 6th, St,, Philad..
IL - fo r a country Newsp_aper Office. A man. of
steady habits who neitherdrlaks liquor , uses tobacz
co, or swears, Is preferred. $3O, a month will bo paid.
Taquire at the office or the Rarosrtort. mayll-St*
WANTED—A good TANNER. Good:
YY • wages and steady employment will be given.
Apply to the:andansigned,:near Martarabnrg.
ap27-tf • C; ,111.ETCAL1`.
'JOHN C..I(OPEINS. 1 JOIIH WBLVENEY
J 0 N . , P INS it C O.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
:CHINA, GLASS AND QUEENSWARE,
, N0:612 Market S'irreet; - Phitaclaphia.
• , For further paiticrulata apply t& S. S. SHRYOOK,
Chiunbersburg. Pa. - seas4y.-
JE E D ,
1 - OBPRINTEND. e' , iery sty - re,' done
Atthe Moor rRANK.Lr&III4I'OsITORY
„ Thugs, Parlitinns, Att.
_Zouits auit ,Stationertk:,
i...i.iBtATioxita. now occupies his Now ":,sto rs ,
Roont and is prepared to. transact busiaesawfW
greater facilities than over. - -
BOOK S.--SOlieol .Bnoks.3liscellarfeous Bookt.Toy
hooka, Law Rooks,' Medical Books; Sunday B e h a a
13 1 ° I i t t a i S li .- t i l . r ilar ßo is o e l i s tisortnientorPacliet andlam_
ily Bibles. •
BLANK BOOKS of all Sizes, qualities aad . a.yle s
STATIONERT.—.A, great variety of all kinds of
all kinds of writing and - TrintingPapcm, - of French,
English and American manufacture. •Also,Eniel
apes of all sizes and .qualities, Ink..-Pens Pencils,
In di a Rubber, . Times, Seals, -Quills. Copy Beets
Blotting Board,, Knives, Erasers, Writing Sand
GOLD very besi , Gold Pentin'the
market. fully warranted, made by Leroy...Yr.:l*r
child, - " -
• BLIND PAPER.—A full variety of patterns and
WALL PAPER. --Nearly 1,01 diFerent pattern
together with suitab o Bordoring4 Plain.-Velvet.
and Velvet Gilt.
PICTURE FRAMES:— Or al. and Stitt are Irranice
for Photographs. Framesrande to order.,
• FRENCH - GLASS, fbr Picture Frames; at'anY
CHEAP NOVELS,. mach lower than Publishers'
'• - •
EiNtIRAVINGS.--English, French: fiCrianuthd
American - Engravings. . ' .
Knife and Clothes Baskets, ,• : -;
ZEPHYR WORSTEDS:—SingIe and Double,Ze-
JAizr 4 Tapestry aud,Spli Zephyr, Shetland Wool. kc.
NEWSPAPERS..—The Philadelphia and, New
York Dailies received daily. Clubs or indirlduido.
supplied.. , •
WEEKLY PAPERS.—HarPers' Weekly ~,Frank
'Leslie, N. Y. Mercury, N. Y. Weekly; N. I. Led
ger. &c.,received weekly,.,
' PERODICALS. Harpers' Monthly, Atlantic
Monthly. Continental; Oode, Peterson, I Dallim,
Knickerbocker, All the Year hound,
rrebeivcd as soon as published. - -
CHEAP LITEIZATURE.—AII the Dimopublica
tions,Veekly Nouvollettcs, Song Books &e. re
ceived daily. !
_ ORDERS.—We take orders for all kinds*, goods.
EXPRESS.—We recniee goods by Express every
day from the East.. , ,
BLANK DEEDS, Writidg and Printing Cards,
Rulers, .Pap Weights, .Fancy Boxes, - CombS
Brushes, Chalk Crayons, and all standard, goods ik
ourlinc constantly on hand.
Musiejor Piano, Guitar;,Vibliu,
- PIANOS.—We purchaCe Pianos on "Com - mission,
sang to save our customefe froni,Fifty. to One' hun
dred and Fifty Dollars._ ,
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS.—We 'cab timply
any; kind of Musical „Instruments at ,Prices far loW i er
than uSunl. '
P.HOTOGRAPEI ALBUMS.- 2 Wevan sell Photo
graph Albums at loweryrices than they cau be, nro
cured for in the
CARTES 'DE VlSlTE.—Portraits of Militia,'
Men of the U. 4.-Arniv and Navv, distingtrishe I
Mon and Women, CorricciPictures, - Are.
NEW TOY BOOKS inlgront variety.
' New publications of the American S. S. Onion,
American Tract - Soeiety, Presbyterian Board' of
• We have no hesitation in saying to our customers
that from our long experience. our manner of doing
business, and our great facilities. we do n fear
Competition', and- have nb doubt of being able to
'ive entire satisfaction. '
Come and see ear new store, our n OTT and enlarged
stock, and form your own opinions.
Chadtbershurz Dec. 9, 1861
;TAMES B. SMITH & TO.;
e BOOKSELLERS AND PUBLISBERS,
Manufacturers of Blank and Memoranduui Books;
Photograph Albums, Manifold-Writers,:hlarbic gat.
Per, &0., No. 27 South Seventh•Stroct, above Chest
nut. Phila. -
Blank work of every description, for County Otti-i
ees. Hotels, Counting Rouses, and - Public. Offices
done to order. -Orders left with, S. S. SEIRTOCK:
Chainhorsburg, Pa., will be promptly attended to,:.
! r ebitat.
QHRINtIt'S BALSAMIC COUGH Sy:,
Coughs, Colds, Croup, kopirp
Vough,Asthwa, Bronchitis, Spitting Blood, Aix - kepi'.
Wealeness of the Breast, Difficulty of fireothing;
'lhis,is no new remedy. It has been used fdrn'nrini-'
her of years in Maryland and -parts of PennsYlvn
nia, and has 'Wherever known acquired an unprece
dented - reputation for curing the variousdisehxog for
which it i 3 recommended. ,
It is used by all classes Osoeiety. and 'thuni
versal opinion is that it is good. 27,in Ssrap is a
'purely Irejetabii Compound. It is picasant to take,
and never does injury.. knit Diving to its 'purifying .
qualities, must do good under any circumstances.—
Its effects are truly wonderful, soothing, calming,"
and allaying the most 'violent toughs; pnrifYing
strengthening and invigorating the whole system:
darning and soothing the nerves; aiding and'
Rating expectoration, and healing the-. , • •
thus striking at the root cif diseases, and Writing it s
from the system. •
' • • ' ' CROUP.'
This disease is anueuneed by difficulty of breath
ing, 9hHll whistling or, wheezing hacking cough.
and threatened suffocation': Fe.lt mostly Decuii
in young children. No ohild need die of•Crpup it
this S . .yrari is proreily used, arid used in tie.—
Mothers Jinxing ereueY children should tratCh , the'i
first show of the disease, and always lieep thisre
medy on hand. • • '
For cough after measl, flag Syrup is mos: ez 6 el - t
lent. 'Experience boa proi-cn that It is equaled
no other preparation.
Th'e price is such as to place it within the reach , o , '
all, the poor as welt as the rich, and every perspn,
should have it. • •
Every one should have, it in the house. It, is.a.
true and 'faithful friend to all who valuehmilth and
wish to secure themselves against that •most•terti—
ble disease, Consumption.,lt. will be found , the
most useful as well as the'cletitivst familymcdicitte
in the world. It has - been used. for the last Saar
year's - with a success without
Price 40 ct..s., tier bottle, or; three hottielt for V.l(i.-
1 3 r - epareciliy
For isle by A. ..T. MILLER. and J. S. NIXON.
Charnheisburg, Pa., and Storekeepers everywhote..
FOTYTZ'S CELEBRATED 11 0 11/2,
AND CATTLE POWDERS.—Iheee Powders
have-Proved. -after a trial of several years, to be en
perier te, any preparation of the kind used. , 'The'.
chief superiority of these Powders arise from- the-..
fact that they are composed of medicines that have
Laxative. Tonic; and .Purifying :properties.: ;The
Laxative ejects crudities from the stomach and
intestines; the Tonle gives strength -to the ty-Eteny•
of the Horse; and the PurifY,ing -medicines -con-s:
taini-dlti them cleanse the blood and lay the foun
dation for a healthy.and vigeronacircelation.: The-'
use of' them improves the wind, strengthens the,
appCtite, and gives the horse a fine, - smooth, glossy
skis—thes improving. the, appearance, , vigor , and
spirit of the noble animal.
These Powder's 'intended. as some kovv
()era are, to bloat-the animal, so as to give him the
appearance of being fat when not really so—hnt .to •
remove the disease and promote his general health.'
These Powders will strengthen the stomach,and
intestines, cleanse them from offensive matter, and.
bring them to a healthy state, 'They aro a prevexi-=
five of Lung Fever, and a certain remedy for all
diseases incident to the Horse, as GlanderS, Yellow
Water, Distemper, -Founder; Heaves, Shivering:"
Coughs. Fovors,Loss of-Appetite , and Vita) Ener
gY. &e, -These Powders, ifused two or three finless
week, through tho winter and spring. your Horse
will never get the Lung Fever, Colic or Botti. A
few doses of these ; powder; will remove the worst
Cough on any Horse. Were owners of Horses to
feed a few of thesoPoviders every_ year they might'
save the lives of many valuable Horses.
MILCH COWS.—The properties this Powdeiptts
sesses-in increasing the quantity' of Milk in Cott .14
gives, it an importance and value which shotdd
plaudit in the hands every person keeping a
Cow." In fa ping. Cattle it gives them an apPotite,
looson3 their hide, and 'makes them , thrive meek.,
all diseases of Swine, as Cpughs.
cers'in the Lungs and Liver, &e.,:byputtingfr om half a paper to aipaper of 'those 'Pointers Mg ,
rel of swill, the above diseases, can be oared or eq..
tirely priitlented.*l2o- using these Powders the Hog
Cholera can be krevented.• :Prepared by , •
S. A. POITTZ Westminster„
For salowholesalaand retail by A. J. MILLER
arid J. S. NIXON. Chtunheralarg, Pa.. and Atore-:
keepers everywhere. 'Price 25 obi. a paper, or five'
papers for $l. . 1 _ d9,63-1Y:
POUTZ'S MIXTURE is - 'a safe and MI
ableltemedY for tlie cure of Itheamatisni,Vtan
ful Nervous Affections : Sprains, Burnso Swelling%
.and all dis'easeS requiring an external application
On Horses it will never fail to cure
tulaj old Sunning Sores or Sweeny. if properly an
plied. Flu sprains, brotses,sesatones, cracked awl:
chafes, saddle or collar gall, eat or wounds, it is an,
TrY Oland? la 'convinced bf'd3
Persons afitictedwith 'this diseash. 0 0 . 0100 _,„.., 01 "° 1 '
how long stain*, can bo promptly and off oo -/ef
cured by using this mixture: •
There As ,nothingin.thp world so stir. and SD t
to take away hod corns and cure Frost Bites.
Preparation. TIT it and , :eatisfy yourablrek . -PViee'
zo and Wets. per la.: 0 o .f Pre:Pared by 2 ''" l
B.FOuTz Atltitt,.. 'Westminster.
For sale by Ai: A.-MILLER and NIXON , I
Chambitrihnr& Pa., sad EterlkeePere trrlTYwketta.i...