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.1101. E . NNSYLVANIA RAILROAD!
1. -WINTER TIME TABLE. FIVE TRAINS
daily to and from Philadelphia. on and after Nov.
The Passenger Trains of the Pennsylvania Rail
road Company will depart from and arrive at Har
risburg and Philadelphia :Ls follows:
THROUGH . EXPRESS TRAIX leaves Harris
burg daily at 2.45 and arrives at Philadelphia
. st 6.55 . A.v. •
PAST • LINE leaves Harrisburg daily (except
Monday) at 6.00 A.m., 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 P.M.
FAST MAIL'TRAIN leaies Harrisburg daily
(except Sunday) at 1.00 p.m.., and arrives at West
Philadelphia at 5.21/P.M.
HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION. MAIN.
via Columbia, leaves- Harrisburg at 5.30 P.M.. and
'arrives at West Philt,Jelphie at'lo.so P.Y.
BALTIMORE EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Har
risburg daily.f..emeept Monday) at 2.20 A.m:. '
8.00 A.m., take - breakfast, and arrives at Pittsburg
PHILADELPHIA EXPRESS * TRAIN leaves
Harrisburg daily at 3.20 A.M.: Altoona 8.40 ..is., take
- breakfast, and arrives at Pittsburg at 1.30('.x.
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 0.10 P.M., take supper, and arrives atPitts
burg at 1.40 A.M.
HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION :T RAIN
leaves West, Philadelphia at 2.45 P.M., and arrives
at Harrisburg at 8,10 P.M.
MOUNT JOY ACCOMMODATION-leaves Lan
'easter at 11.35 A.M., and. arrives at Harrisburg at
1.40 P.M. SAMUEL A. YOUNG,
iun17,63-tf. Supt. Middle Div.-Penna. R. R.
MORTHERN , CENTRAL:RAILWAY,
WINTER TIME TABLE.
THREE TRAINS DAILY - TO ADD FROM
BALTIMORE AND WASHINGTON CITY.
. Connections 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 itt and depart from _Harrisburg and Bal
timore as follows:
MAIL TRAIN leave; Sunbury daily (ex- .
cept Sunday 10:10 A.I.
leaves Harrisburg 1:20 P..u.
114 arrives at Baltimore 5:40 P.M.
EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Sunbury daily
(except 5unday).....11:2 P.M.
leaves Haerisb!g (ex- ,4;1,-
copt Monday) 2:50 A.M,
arrives at Baltimore -
(except Monday)..... 7:00 A. 31,
HARRISB'G ACCOMMODATION leaves
BIAIL TRAIN leaves Baltimore daili.
(except Sunday) 001 A.M.
leaves Harrisburg 1:45 P.M,
. 64 arrives at Sunbury 4:30 P.M.
i EXPRESS TRAIN lea.veaßaltirciore dai-
1y.46 ... 9:30 P.M.
arrives at Harntb'g... 2:00 A.ll.
leaves Harrisb'g dai
: • ly (except Monday 3:25 A.m.
arrives at Sunbury... 6:25 A.M.
HATtRISB'G ACCOMMODATION leaves
Baltimore daily (ex-
cept Sunday)..... ...... 3:00 r.m.
arrives at Ilarrisiourg.. 7:50 P.M.
For furthOr information apply at the Office, in
Pennsylvania Railroad Depot.
jun17,63-tf. J. N. DuBARRY, Gen. Supt.
'MEW AIR LINE ROUTE.—THREE
ill TRAINS DAILY .TO NEW YORK AND
On and after Monday, november. 10, 106:3, the
Passenger Trains-will leaxtrithe Philadelphiw and
fonding Railroad Depot, at Harrisburg, for New
ork and Philadelphia, as follows: , •
EXPRESS LINE leaves Harrisburg 816:10
on arrival of the Pennsylvania Railroad Express
Train from the West, arriving, in New Ypiik at 1:45
Ana. A sleepi ug ear is attached to the train-through
front Pittsburg without change.
MAIL TRAIN leaves Harrisburg at 8:00 A-11.,
arriving in New York at 5:30r.m., and Philadelphia
at 1:S0 u. '
.. PAST LINE leaves Harrisburg at 2:00 ar
riving in New York at 10:5 r.u., and Philadelphia
at 7:00 P.M.
WEST W - KR D
FAST LINE leaves New York tit 6:00 A,11f., and
'Philadelphia at 8:15 ear., arriving at Harrisburg at
MAIL TRAIN leaves New York at 12:00 noon.
and Philadelphia at 3:30 P. 31., arriving at Harrisburg
EXPRESS TRAIN leaves :New York at 7:00 P.M.
arriving at Harrisburg at 2:00 A.N., and connecting
with the Pennsylvania Expre - s - s - 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
littlapd Valley Railroads, and atlteading for Phil=
aftelPhia, Pottsville. Wilkesbarrei Allentown, Ens
- Baggage checked through. Fare between New
- York and Harrisburg, ;55.15; betweeia Harrisburg
. and .Philadelphia, s3: t lo, in No. 1 ears, and $3 in
No. 2. _
For tickets or othdr information apply to
J. J. CLYDE,
Gen. Agent, Harrisburg.
UMI3ERLAND VALLEY'. AND
FRANKLIN RAILROADS.—CHANGE Ok
lIOURS.--On and niter Monday, Apr 1 4th, 1804,
Passenger Trains will run daily, as iollows, (Sun
days excepted): -
,FOR CHAMBERSBURG AND HARRISBURG:
A. M. P.M.
'" Carlisle 5:55 10:10 2:42
' • .Mechauiesburg . 6:25 30:42 3:12
Arrive at_Barrisburg 6:55 q1:15 3:40
, FOR. CHAMBERS - BURG AND 11AGER,STO'W.N
A.M. P. M: P.M.
',Leatre Harrisburg " 8:05 1:.32 4:20
Mechanicsburg 8:47 2:15' 4:54
I.l4urville - :27 - 2:55 5:29
10:02 3:29 --,
, Sluppensburg 10:33,. 4:00
'Arriye at Chambersburg 11:00 4:30
Leave Chambersburg 11:10 4:40
Greencastle • 11:55 5:10
il.rri've at Harrisburg 12:3.5 5:10 .
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
colv!War as Carlisle. 0. N. LULL, Supt.
HrOffice, Chamb'g, April 4. 1801.
t .- 1863. 1864.
tDIIILADELPHIA AND ERIE RAU,
ROAD,—This great line traverses the Northern
and_Northwest counties of Pennsylvania to the city
of Erie, nn Lake. Erie.
It has been leased by the. Pennsylvania Railroad
Company, and under their auspices is being rapidly
opened throughout its entire length.
It is now, in use for Passenger and-Freight business
from Harrisburg to'Driftwood. (2(1 Fork) 177 miles,
on the Eastern Division, and from Sheffield to Erie,
nn the Western Division.
`TIME 'Or PASSENGER TRiIISSAT HARRIS
Mail Train leaves North 1:15 5.51.
ESpresz Train leaves North 3:1:0 A.ll.
Cars run through without change both ways ; on
• these trains, between Philadelphia and Lock Haven
- and between Baltimore and Lock Haven.
Elegant Sleeping Care on the Express Train both
' -ay For information resneetingPmsengerbusiness ap
ply at the S. 'E: Corner 11th and Market S.treets,
And for Frdight business of th'e Company's Arents:
J. W. FLEYNOTDS. Erie. .
T. M..Datm., Agent :N. C. R. W 1 Baltimore, Md.
11. If. lIOLSTON,
Gen. Freirht Agent, Philadelphia.
LEWIS L. 110UPT.
• Gen. Ticket Arent, Philadelphia.
• JOS. D. POTTS,
jan17453. Gen. Manager, Williamsport.
TRAIN! GRAIN!! GRAIN!!!
WASITA BA LTG' ES BR EWER Y,
, Cu Amnyntsitimo, P.t.
The 'undersigned takes this method of inforreinr
his friends, and the public generally, tint he:has
leased for a term of years the well knio Brewery
eAtabliblunent heretofore conducted by Mr, Upton
Veashabaugli. He will be glad to fluids's' to hi,
firlende and the old patrom , of thellons'e n4ll the
finest ALE, upOtt the shortest no ;yid at the low
Atir The hi bolt Cash Price will ho plid for 5.000
ttshels of BARLEY, delivered i t
io2GGI IH. ' ALEX NBElt ti k
- I_TAND-11ILLS, from the larget ui rEe
i einatio , f, Pti . io or - Thorn- Coior:. printed at
tha offtheonhe PRANIMIN ittpug rule.
READING MAIL ROAD.
GREAT TRUNK LINE from the North and
Northwest for Philadelphia, New York, Reading.
Pottsville; Lebanon. Allentown, Easton. Ace.
Trains leave Harrisburg for Philadelphia, Nen
York, Reading, Pottsville. and all Intermediate sta
tions at 8:00 A.M. and 2:00 p.m.
New York Express leaves Harrisburg at 6:30 kat..
arriving at New 1 ork" at 1:45 the same morning.
A special Accommodation Passenger Train leaves
Reading at 7:15 A. 55,, and returns from Harrisburg
Pares from Harrisburg: To New York $5.15; to
Philadelphia $3.35 and $2.80. 33aggage checked
Returning, leave Now York.‘ , at 6 A.m., 12 st., and 7
p.m., (Pittsburg Express arriving at Harrisburg at 2
'A.m.) Leave Philadelphia at 8:15 A,M. and $;3O P.M.
Sleeping cars in the New York Express Trains
through to and from Pittsburg without change.
Passengers by the Catawissa Railroad leave Ta
maqua at 8:50 A.M. and 2:10 P.m., for Philadelphia,
New York and'all Tiro Points. •
Trains leave Pottsville at 9:15 A.M. and 2:30 P.M..
for Philadelphia, Harrisburg and New York.
An Accommodation Passenger Train l eaves Read
ing at 6:00 A.M., and returnsfrom Philadelphia at
493-All the above Trains run daily, Surtdayil ex
A Sunday Train leaves Pottsville at 7:30 A.u..and
Philadelphia at 3:15 P.M. -
Commutation, Mileage. Season and Excursion
Tickets at reduced rates from all points.
80 lbe. Baggage aitotred each p nip - eager.
G. A. NICGOLLS.
-MELODEONS were introduced some twentvyears
since, and were succeeded by the HARMONIUM%
about nine Years ago. The CABINET ORGAN we
brought to its presentstate of perfection only in the,
summer of 1862.
THE AUTOMATIC BELLOWS-SWELL
has great advantages over any otherinvention of th
kind, is capable of much finer effects than can h
produced by any other, and is more busily used
the performer, and excels especially in capacity fn
Please notice advance in prices.
No. 15. 'Four Octave, Single Reed, in Walnut
or Oak ease ' $
No. N. The Same, in elegant Rosewood Case.... I!
No, 17. Five Octave, Single Reed, in Walnut or
No, IS, The Same, in elegant Rosewood Case...
No, 19. Four Octave, Double Reed, in Walnut
or Oak Case -
No. 20. The Same, in elegant Rosewood Case... 1.
No. 21. - Five Octave, Double Reed, in Walnut
or Oak Case V I
No. 22. The Same, in elegant Rosewood Case... P
No. z 3. The Sams, in Solid Carved Moulded
N. ,10. Pedal Bass Cabinet Organ, in Walnut •
or Oak Case
Cases of extra finish made to order.
No. 12. Eight Stop Cabinet Organ, in Walnut
or Oak Case 4
No. 11.-The Sante, in elegant Rosewood Case... 4
..No. 14, Six Stop .Cabinet Organ, in Walnut or
Oak Case Z •
N 0.4. Six Octave, Piano.,Style, Rosewood „ case 1'
No' 5. Five Octave,
No. 6. ' Portable
" - " Walnut case.... t
No. 8. Four-and-a-half Octstve,Portable, Rose
wood Case -
No. 9. Four Octave, Portable, Rosewood ease...'
.C.. 17. Descriptive pamphlets fuqiished by the sal
'As Agents for Messrs. Mason 'Hamlin we a i
enabled to sell at their New York prices, and chail I
.nothing for freight..
We have sold a number of their instruments, as
can give - numerous satisfactory references.
S. S. SHRYOCK, Agent,
MASON & HAAILIN',i
WITH ONE OR, TWO SETS . OF REEDS,
AUTOMATIC SW - ELl t DOUBLE BELLOW I
KNO STOP AND COMBINSTIOF
rir Every Infitrumentwarrnatect far Five Year 4. 9.
PRICF.S FRONT $7O TO :$-.1,50.
The Cabinet Organ is the only instrument whi'
combines the requisites for Church and Parlor N .
sic: for the school room and the social festival gat,
ering. For while it- possesses sufficient power -
the accompaniment of a large chorus, it is. from i •
capability of all shades of expression, and its WO ,
derful ereeeendo and diminuendo, most effective
a solo instrument. It is capable of orchestral
feats, and rapid music,os trills, arpeggios, &e. Pro 1
its sustained tones, it has a decided advantage ov :
the Piano Forte, for the rendering of many of t:
morceaux of the masters, such as svmph.
vies, dr. l t t rtettes. etc_ •\
. A. McCLUPE, Chamberhurg, Pa.,
General Agent for Pennsylvania
N.B.—The undersigned will sell, and deliver
gpod condition, Cabinet Organs anyw p here in tl
State, at factory prices. , All inquiries by lett
promptly answered. [junl7,67-tf.] 111. A. Mc
it 1 - 3 N
WELL RNT;WN &
MELODEONS AND HARMONIUMS!
Introducing the effect of Pedal 81144 on CM)" 11
E. GABLER'S unsurpassed PIANOS for cash.
a liberal deduction, or on Montlly Inst•almeuts.
0ver.30,000 sold in Philadelphia.
JAMES BELLAR, Sole Agent. '
279. E 51 South Fifth Street, above Spruce.
M ASON &HA_MLIN'
Deseriptipn pamphlets furnished gratis at the 80.
Store gf _ S. SIIRYOC.ti
for Mason ic Instr
Prices the same as in New York and Boston, /,
freight. • [mart-t1
P I•ANOS.—R. A. M'CLURF.
Sole Acent for the celebrated
DECKER BROTIIERS '(NEW 'YORK) PIAN
Pianos delivered. and put up in good condition.
any part of the State, at
FACTORY RETAIL PRICES.
All Instruments warranted for five 3- ehrq.
Pianos from other Factories will be furnish&
desired. It. A. McCIIIRE,
junl7,a3 - Chamber burg. P:
ATASON 6c- HAMLI - N'
k CABINET ORGANS
31 RI, 0 DEO N S.
Description pamphlets furnished gratis at the De
Store of S. S..SHIIVOC
T for Mason & Hamlin's Musical_4lm.ti
Prieres the same as in New York and I;ston.
freight. [mar t)-tf
Er-LEMM & BItOTBEI
IN MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS,
<GERMAN, FREl.ste.ll AND ITAITAN writ INC
No. 7113 MARKET STREET, PHILIDELPHIA,
Orders carefully attended to by S. S: SURY Of:
VOCAL MUSIC.—H. A. MeCLITE
will teach cln ,, es and private pupil: , the art
Sine-intr. Nioical Notation, Harmony. and
composition. iron -tf.
FAMILY. DYE COL . O - RS
PATENTED OCTOBER 13, 18$1
Black, - Dark Green,
Black for Silk, . Light Green.
Dark Blue, Mag,enta,
Light Blun Maize.
.I.'l ench B lue, 'MaroOn,
- Claret Brown, . _ Orange,
Dark Brown. ' Pink, -
Light Brown. Purply,
Snuff Brown, Royal Purple, -
Crimson, ~ Scarlet,
Dark Drab, Slate,
Light Dral . Solferino,
Fawn Drab, Violet.
Light Yawn Drab, t Yellow.
For Dyeing Silk, Woolen and Mixed Goads, Shaw'
• Scarp. Dresses, Ribbons, Gloves. Bormets, Flats,
eathers, Kid Gloves. Chiktren's Clothing,:
end-all k , nde of 'Wearing Apparel.
- A SAVING OP 80 VER., CET lat.
For 25 cent 3 you can color aA manycoods f 1.9 won
0t II CrWiz3C CO4 live - times that sum. Various shall
e.ln be produced front the same dye. The nro ces ,
simple,iand'any one ran use the dye with nPrfe
sue , c , . , Direction~ in English, French and Germ.
i i .„;, , ,, o f each package-
For further information in DYeing, and g il l"
perfect knowledge what colors are hest adapted
dye over nticre., !With many v al nablo recipes,l lot
chase tlowe A: Stevetiw Treat ice on Dyeing and Cm
ori'lrL SonthY mail on ro,int of nri-e-18 cents.
Maattfaeturcd by HOWE & STEVENS,
nov2B-Iyl . • :V Broadway, Boston.
For Sale by Druggiste and dealers generally. .
Lino Of Erabet.
lje Itanittin Upositotii, ilia , 8, 1864.
ct Stobso Einimare
T 0 'VIE- EMPORIUM.
JACOB B. MILLER
3/.4 s rim Er--4 Doors South of Ole Diamond,
Woularespeetfallyinvite the attention of the pub-
ric to his lmige and Irell selected stock of
Ile hai , now the largest and boat sagoitineat of
ever offered In Franklin county
eomdently on hand of all - 9izes, and the best ma-
The lancest assortment,tho hellvirst iron and the
best made in the cminty
made of the best material and in a w.)rhmaniihe
manner. As be is a PRACTICAL WORK-
MAN. and has tiad many year. e.
perionee in !be business, ho
ROOFINP, SPOUTING, ',&c.,
wade and put up at the shortest notice. Particu-
tar attention paid Co nil kinds of
RENDING AND JOBBING.,
Call and look through our stock and get the prices.
"Small Profits, Quick Sales and Bond Value."
Pour Doors South of the Dimond
HOUSEKEEPERS, READ ! !-0 AL
TJAOHER',4; SUNRISE AIR-TIGHT—A new
Flat Top COOKING STOVE. The plates are 'Very
heavy, otti the whole Stove is fini4hed in a superi
or manner. I warrant this Stteic - to he superior to,
any Flat Top Stove now in the4aarket. and, I res-I
Pect fully invite my friends and' the
. publi e to call
and gamine it. There are sever;xl.sue-.
I have ato ar'greet variety of other COOKING
STOVES. of every style; PARLOR STOVES, now
and beautiful patterns, together :with a heavy .toes
of STOVES for Chureht 7 s, Store , : MI i•e:, .kr(';
JOHN S. LUDWIG,
Wholcale and Retail Its ,l er iu
• STOVES. TIN AND COPPER WARE.
N.D.—I have been anpoinfed Sole A Ow forGal
letter's celebrated Snnrise Air-tight Cook Stove in
Chambersburg. jun 17.63.
I CREAM.—Burkhart (f; ..Aenshey
are: now prepared to soppily lee Cream day arid
; ilk any quantity desired.
C 0 N F 1.1 T 0 N F - 11 S
AFT) OF ‘LERS i>•
1." 1.7 . I'T ', T Y S
North .Ifoin gircrt, 5: 4 .)
011.1A1 BERSI:t: it 0, Pik.
tek- 1 Onlent promptly attf.pled to. -47,0"
1 al'' lyl
1 . A . MAN OF A THOUSAND.—A
Numptiva Curcd.—DP,. Retired
`' Physician of great - eminence discovered, while in
' the Indies, a certain cure for Consumption? Asthma,
Dronchitas, Coughs, 'Colds and ,General
The remedy was eiseevered by him when his only
child, a (laughter, wasogiyen .up to die. Ilis child
as cured, and is now - alive and well, Desirous of
benefiting his fellow ?aorralsolm will send to those
who wish it the recipe, containing full directions for
making and suceessfull,:e using, this remedy, frye,
on receipt of theirnames. with' two snaring to pay
expenses, There is riot a single ease of Consntnp
lion that - it does not tit once take hold of a n d
dissipate. Night. ,meats, peeviqhnesß. irritation
of the nerves, failAure of inenulry: dilijcult expeetor m
Oiar PPainß in the lung , sae throuit, chilly
sensations, nausea at the stomach, inaction - of the
bee, els; wading tIiVVY of the muscle.,. -
writer will please state the name of the
paper they seen this advertisement in. Adthess
mart-h•°] 2.2sNorth id St., Philadelphia, Pa.
JOHN C.: HOPRIN;j, CO.,
IMPORTERS AND. DEAI.I , R, 1N
CHINA, GLASS AND QUEENSWA4IE,
A'n. 612 Mitrkpt Street, Pleibiqctphin.
For furtkilsr particulars Avris,to 81111 C 7 ocK.
ohcanb:rsburg, , e4 -Iy.
GA% BURNER. : S and
Mg.—A large stock of
feels confident that he
can give general
aa our motto is
JACOB B. MILLER,
B A K E 1?. S
TERMS CA Sll
NiST:YSE4,, • I CHAS. H. CRESSLIEH.
H E YeE O &-C E S SLE R,'
GRADUATES- IN PIIARMACt
DRUGS, CIiEMICA/..5, MEDICINE:4, &.c.,
• Believing that only
- P E R G-1-3
'PREPARATIONS OF FULL SnIENGTII,
will give satisfaction to Physician and Patient, and
insure continued success to Dur Drug Establishment,
we give this branch Our constant care and scrutiny.
CREMICALS, - DYE-STUFFS,
AND PATENT MEDICINES.
We warrant oar stock fo be pure andthe beet in the
We are receiving a large tot of
FRESH . GAR:DEN SEEDS,
orobraying the best kinds of new and old Varieties
of early and late vegetables.
110W1..& STEVENS' FAMILY DYE COLOES,
a reliable and easy colorlng. Ludt but a. trial for
them. All the,' colors &oast:lnns' on Lind. _
Farmers and Horse Deele'rt; should always have on
hand a package of • ,
• O'NIEL'S HORSE AND CATTLE POWDER.
. It is the best for Distemper.
BITTER WINE OF IRON,
an excellent Tonic tor• &Wasted 'dyspeptic
MRS. HARVET'S CROUP SYRUP,
an expectorant for Coughs and Colds in t`he Throat
and Chest, that can be relied on to give speedy relief.
POON&T BOOKS AND - "WALLT6'4
We have just received a large lot, of every:size,
quality and - price.
Fine Soaps and Perfitroem
. Hair and Cloth Brushw,
Gum in! Horn'Combs,
Trusses and Braces,
4ltledioines ran be had at night or on Sunday
by calling at the -Store or at W: ileyseeB residence,
a-few` doors South of the Store. ian27.
EEDS.—NtxoN's stock of GARDEN
kJ,' SEEDS ha been renewed. A full'btock of all
P.011(10 SEED.—A ,fe w bushels still
kJ lett, at .• • • NINON'S.
.A . RENEWAL OF 'ST;OCK.-,.
A full lino of
ijIIEMICALS . .
: PERFUME - kV; Ace.,
. ct NIX.O.N'S
Tz RID :12 - L SUITS OF BRUSHES,
it Cairilm. flair Pins and Fancy Goods, at
Li 0 A p_ S . —The stock of Soaps IA
N can't Lea:trolled. '
T*AY 11ITNI. COLOGNES AND EN
ii.) r itAc rii; at , N INON *ei. '
( - 1 N HNt ±S E , - v ,
TEW. S H F. S TOR
11 verifier takes this method of informing . the
citizens of Chu mhersburtr, and vicinity that. he has
inst returned from Philadelphia with an ENTIRE'=
LT - NEW :sTOeic of -. Boots and' Shoes, of every
_tg. lc and patftru, and-of the heat _MUM
He ha , '!tto old SitopkiTer* on ,hunct l-Is whale
smelt GiOe biro it call—you can easily. sail
your• elf. , lie invites the Ladies eit.tially. to call,
its he is ill plea -urn in showing his geode. Store
in the uouin formerly oeen:iicd by Ft elcriek
a:L.iw Office. and mare receptly . USC:l for tile
Purpose by Georec Eyatek. ti , q:, two doors Nefth of
Filihees Hotel. Main Street, Chatubt3rshurg,-Pul ,
11i large and well selet•ted Weis:, he heing,a brie
tieaf Shoemaker. cOnSISI of Ladies' Gaiters, Nets,
Slippers: and Buskins;' Misses and Children's'l*.ds
and Shoes : Gentlemen's Gaiters, Slippers, Boots
Don't foreet the place. No trouble to show gekuln
at THE NEW STORE; two 'doors North of VOL
c_..r.lcis lintel. ll Main Street, ChamherTharz. Pa. •:
_ . _
E W B 0 0, T S 4
AT 8 T . O -
IN WIT A M 11102.88 Int tit:
The subk.ribrs oncued in the rooms fo . rmeri - y
oe?uPietl by Mr. C. urklintt tv4 a COnivetion cry; add
luboining the Drug Store of Mr.A. J. Mitlfr, nft co--
tin-Iv new stook of all kinds of.
ATS.,T RUNKS, VALISES, linßlittLAS, Ate.,
all of which has been; lyiuTht for cash, and will lv,‘
gold for cash. atreltenp, if tint a. little ~ .henper than
, inY °tiler house in the rounty. All in,wnat of any
thine in his Hite will Sind it to'th , ‘;carli-notag. , to
give him a call. , tapr.6-tfl 11. B. IVINTON.. '
. . ..._.._.. _
A I? T,lf II It D 0 1; S:
IVIANGPACTITAE OF ROSEWOOD AND .
1.1 I 11; rr4_m o L NG
LOGii-INGPLITSS AND KUM FILAMES.
.Nr-11,. VoR. ovTHLIID Rn STs., PIMA.
-Orders to tho lure ° t.eydtmt nromptly executed. ;
111:0r , tilled 1... v S. 'BIIIITOCK. cirithber4b'g.P!'
Eingo, itirtitirtrs, ScL
J• - • L L- E R,
• - DRUGGIST,
STORE ON THE HT:I36N - D, CHAgBERSBURH.
EXTRACTS OF ALL, lit DS,
TOOTH BRUSH :S.
HAIR BRUS ES. COMBS,
and atoll assortment of every thing in the oilet
line can be had at TILLER'S.
QTANDARD PATENT 'A • DICINES.
Ayer's Charm Pectoral.
Mclntire 's and •
all other good
of the day,
at MILLER'S Drag Store.
11 - AVE
1 - 1
Try a Bottle of 'MILLER'S COUGH SYRUP. It
will cure you. Getit at J. MILLER'S.
i - tn E
I T CHI.
Get a box of TERRILL'S ITCH OINTMENT. It
is a safe and speedy curo-itt A. J. MILLER'S.
IT -R O,S E, N . E 0-I L,
IX- 'W.EROSENE I, tMp
CHISINEYS AYH WICKS.
, • -' ALCOHOL AND FLUID.
and a full 'assortment ()finch articles as are usually
found in a Drug Store can be had at .31ILLER'S.
THE CHILD , ..S MEDICINE,
at ?itti - LLEWS Drag Store.
I_, ANVART'S TR.OOHES,
BROWN'S TROCHES; 2_
BRYAN'S PULMONIC WAFERS.
at MILLER'S Drug' .
PTIERRILL'S TETTER OINTMENT,
A Certain Core.
rit•MILLER'S Drug Store.
PAMILY 15XE 'COLORS.—A
tide, and just what is needed in every family.
at , - MILLER'S.
R'S E AND COW POWDERS, at
CI G AAD E N SE Bto S, all kinds, at
: , ,MILLER'S.
Drg anb Sang Goobz.
NTEW FANCY DRY-GOODS
I, NOTION, STORE,
ALLYSION HOUSE, Chambersburd,',Pa
METCALFE St, MITEMIEW
have just received, and opesed in the "-Mansion
Howe " Building, opposite the BaFtk,
now and , bcautiful stock of
L f iD•IE.S'. DRESS GOODS,
comprising all the diffilrant stylca
1.11.4 k and Colc;ied SilLs, Clonlzing 61011i5, , Balmoral.
and Hoop Skirts, full line White Goods ; Gauze,
Grape and Love Veils...Bo:duty, Gloves, Col-
Cuffs, Hanker Chiefs, and everything
belonging to ft 'Fancy Dry'GoOds:
' • and.l`otion &ore. Arso, ' '
GENTS' FU.RNISHING GOODS,'
with akood a:,orttriont .of D . 6 3I EST IC S, all of
which will he sold Lriiv for Caft,i
trii- The patrontitte of the public is most respect-
fu* . solicitecic
METCALFE' A: lIITESILEK
CliaTnbersburg.. Ya., May 25. 1664.-tf.
G,.0 0 '1). S
The subscriber=_ are now offering - a large lot of
Russia Diapernna Crash.
Irish Linen, &c.,
100 doz Lilo Threat and
E ttra super quality Black tyitA- Curet Dru%
Cloths and Caminieres,
. 134 BotabluinrA
Bli.c•s i and Colored Dc.22.214.171.124
Bllwk A.lprcens ..
Cw.dic'ect; Merimie and
Sprngub; Prin ts,
.110 dl.q. saner FreLeh Shirt Front 44.
1.00 Balmoral frkirts,
Brusselis, Extra sup and sup Ingrain Carpets,
1, IV-11 , 7 :, 2, 2;.,.( 1 , Floor Oilcloths;
fiAl dot Linen Cnmbrie ITandkercbief,
C6t.oa anU eitut(in :Matting,
FAXI y:irds C4rpt4
!' SKIRTS ! SKIRTS 1 .1.!
- • .
Cid:PRATED " - NE .PLUSI;I:I'I 2 a 4. ac la
No: IT NORTH &If St., PHILADELPHIA
Skifti of. nil lenaille; and any size waist made to
order and satisfaction truniun t ced.
• Ladies, Add sea and Childrejes skirts of evorYsizo
and shape, eonstanidy on hand.
Every Skirl Irorktoterl for Six
READ DOW WE DO BUSINESS.
- • ,
W e do no t make Any t•p•up Bi:trig in the common
aeteptation of r a . te..terru, but we make ,
THE C KIUTS
because we Ina
TILE - BEST 4ND DEFY COJIPETI PION.
- We wmiant every skirt we . 'sell to be esfielli'
represented. We ruake4ti/ we seli",u.ndltn6win3..boty
they ore made we guarantee them with full, eonfi
denee. ' we eel( a bed 8 kirt iri/t i . .?culkinfte if for
e urn, pnr. and if , tier tiff (rot of . cqc,oe bre ,, k it&
in *Le ntolitn., we wilt repaie,tnr:,/ jeer of (Mir rfw.
•We menu brgive our custriniOrs sati. , farf ion.
but we cannot doSCLantl.compet4 With
I tu,tion goods. WC . delientl , entirely upon the ea
periori,ty of thn goods we offer, and the d'airuess of
our method of doing builuess
Order. liift at' Shryoeicsl a toolr st ore.
3JIRECTIOI.i,n).R. MEASUILIIENT. ,
.t.-ke the extlet size of the waist, without any al
fowariee. ' , The exact ierigth required and the - vitizu
around thehottont Spring. Also, if the skirt is to-be
large, snaill. or medium sizd at the top. and Ithether
trail orphan rnuiel shirt,:, M. A... 1 .0NN.'•;.
.N 0.17 Nortb Sth St,. Vhiludelphia.
- utth-TDILf- ' • OTei- the. Wax ascrd.
Q. S.,SIIRYOCK, BOOKSP.Lf:II, AVD'
KJ • BTATIONER. 'non Occupies his' New - Mgrs.
R oom , m a d is prepared to transact business lsith
greater facilities than ever. •- .
BOOKS.—Schcm l ßnoka,Aliseellatieousßooksta
Books, Law' Books. Medical- Books, Sundai Seho.o
Books, Military Books.
818 LES.—A I arse assortment - of Pocket and Pairi
BLANK 13008., I.nres., qualities and stile," .
STATIONERY.—A_ g.reat variety of all kinds oft
arkkindsmf - wiiting sad Printing Papers, or Fienette
English imp American ; manufacture. Also,. Ennui , '
opts of all sizes and qualities, Ink Pens. Pencils.
India Rubber. Tapes. Seah,, Qttiffls,- Copy ,Books
Blotting Disira. Arrives,. Erasers, Writing - - "n°
GOLIYPENS.—Theroty best Gold Pons in gip
tnorket t fulty wurrquted„made by Lao' W. ,
child. :N. •
.BLIND PAP-Ea.—A full variety of PonertisaAti
WALL' PAPER;-Nearly 1,010 difeientpatf3t ~
together With .suitab c Burderings, Plain, V 4%"4..
and Velvet Gilt.
PICTURE FRASIES... , --Oval and SQlll3ro Price:mg
for Photographs. frames mode to order.
- FRENCH GLASS, for Picture Frames; oVanot
CHEAP NOVELS, much lower than Pt lishery -
prices. • . •
ENGRAVINGS.—EngIish, Treneb, German 7 sa t is
BAGRETS.—Faney,Traveling.liech , Pionie.Prult.
Knife and Clothes Baskets.
ZEPHYR , WORSTEDS.—SingIe and Double Ze
phyr.e Tapestry and Soli Zephyr, Shetland Waal:tr.°.
is.;EWSPAPEßS.—The,Fhiludelpiria and New
York 'ltalics received thuly. Clubs or individuals.
II EEKLY PAPERS.—Harpers' Frank
Leslie, N. Y. Mercury. N. Y. WocklY, 33. Y. Led.
ger. Cc., received freckly. .
PERIODTCALS.—Harpers' Monthly. itldriii*
Monthly, Continental, GOCICY. Peterson.- Ratun,.
Knickerboeker, All `th e Year Round,. Corn hill. 4...
received as soon as pnblished.
CHEAP LITERATURE.— All the Dintopriblicas.
tions, Weekly Nouvellcttes, Song Rook's, Jce..-ro
i)II,DERsc-We take ordqva for all kinds of good -
spuEsz.,—Wil receive goods by ENpress every
day from the East.
BLANK DEEDS, Writing and Printing :Cards;
Rulers, Paper It _fancy ist' um. Combs an
Brushes, Chalk Crayons, and all standard goods ip
our line constantly on hand.
3.ll.l:slC.—Sheet Music, ter Piano, Guitar. Violin.
PIXNOS.—We purr:hose rianos an eontwiron,
so as to nave our easterners front Fifty to Ulm • tua
tired arid Fifty Poi ism.
MUSICAL INS'VRITMENTS.—We, can rapPli
any kind of ,)lusics,f Instritreents at prices far !owe:-
PHO'fOGRAPII AL.BU3L3.-- , We can sell Photo
graph Albums at lower prices than they canho pro
cured for intho cities. • -
CARTES SPE VlSlTll.—Portraits of Military'
Men of the !U. S. Army end Navy,
len and Women ; Comic Pictures, 4-0. - •—.
' NEW TOY BOOKS in great variety.
New publifmtions of the. An'icrican S. Union.
•An..wican I .4'ract ,Society,..Presbyterisin Hoard of
We have no hesitation in saying to our customer's
that from our long - experience, our want er 0/dOite
business, and oar great facilities, we do nut-Scar
competition; and have,no doubt of being able'to
give entire satisfaction. .
TAM,ES 13. SMITH &.11,Q.,
BOOKSELLERS AND PUBLISI4ED.S, -
Marnpfaeturers of Blank and Meinorundarn` 80 - Okla
Photograph Albunia. Manifohl.3y,riters, Marble Pa
per. &0.. No. 2.1 6ollth Seventh Street, above Chest
nut. Phila. . •
• Blank worir of every description, for County Offi—
ces, Hotels, Counting Houses. and Public Offices
done to order. Orders left with S. S. SHItYOC.
Clialobersbur,T, Pa., will be prouthptly attended to;
20D doz Hosiery,
30 piecCs ltussia-Dpe%
WM. WALLACE it CO
Conic andgeo our new store.nur now and enlarged
atuA, and-term your own opinions.
Chambers.burg, Dcc. 9.1863.
QHRINER'S BAI,SA MC COUGH SY-
Rup.—For Coto], - U)/d4.- rfovp,
Cwigh,A3thma, Bronchi( SPirting "Mad. Pain ana'
_Weahtro , Of the lireoet,Pifflev/tvef fireothiO, &c.
uo.netvreinedY. - It has been used for a nuni
ber of years in Maryland and 'parts of Pennsylva
nia, and bas wherever known acquired an unprece
dented reputation for curing the varionsclisenses kt
which it is reeoniniended. -
It is used by all. classes of society. and 'the
verst.l opinion is that it is gond. This .S'preep ja 1.1"
ptrrr_lu Vegetable 'Compound. It is - pleasant to take,'
and mover does injury, but. owing to its purifying I.
cpmfities, must do good under any circurostances.—
lts offeets are truly wonderful., soothing. calming',"
and -allaying the most violent coughs; purifying'
strengthening and invigorating the whale system;
calming and.soothing the nerves;
Mating expectoration ; and healing' the -
thus striking.at the root of diseases, and driving
froth the system.
This disease announced by diraculty of breath
ing:'shrill' whistling or wheezing, backing cough:
and:threatened suffocation. 5,:e.• It *mos.lly occurs
in young children. No child need die of Croup-if
this Syrup properly useit‘and used in time.-
31.9thers having croupy childlt6n should watch the
first show of the disease, and always keep this re
medy on hand.
For cough niter measles this Syrup is mos'. excel
lent. Experience has proven that'll is equaled 14 -
no other preparation. -
'the price is such as to place it within thorned' o,
all; the f)607. as well as the rich, and every Pergen
should have it.
Every oneshould have it in the house. .It is o
true and faithful friend to all who value health and
wish to sceure.themselves-ngaina that mot terri
ble- distirise. 'Consumption. It will be found: the/
most useful as well as the eheapes.t familmotlicino
in the world. It has been used for the last four
years with a sueces: , without a parallel,
Price 4tl et& Der bottle, or three bolt - ors for
Prepared by ' S. A. FOU'IZ & 131t0.,
• IV es m iT* , tdrcrAlit.
bY: A. J. '..MILLER, and S..
ChninberFbr.re. Pa., and :3 , torrlccepc.vr e-vcrsAhtre.
tiCUTVS, CELEBRATED H.OItS E
LII: AND 'CATTLE POWD:ERS.—filesii Powdere
hare provede after elfin) of several ycars, to he.ti
perior to any proparation of the kind used.. The
(thief suporierity of *CSC rr.V.dez:4 arise front the
fact that the v•are composed of mi•aiein es that hack
Laxative. Tome add Purifying plopertlifs. ahtt
Laxative ejects eredllie.2 from Ih. ets•lnt,h and
int estine_s: tile Tonic gives strenzth to the syt , tern
of tae Horse; and the Purifyipg medicines con
tained iuThexti cleanse the hived told lay theloun
dation for a healthy and vigerou, circulation. The
nec of Allem . improves the wind, strengthen: 9 We
appetite, and trivcs the horse a tee. saieetb,!glosi.3l
Ain- , thlts improving the appearance, , yigor and
spirit of the noble animal.
These Pewilers are nut intended. as, onto Powr
ders.arc, to bleat the animal. so as to gi% e him the
4PPearanceof heintr fat irheo hot really so—hut to
remove,tOP? dig Ca: 4 e end promote his ."c riv ra health,.
The Powcii•ls will strengthen ali , :enuich end
intestines, cleanse them from offensive mutter. 'and
bring them to a healthy state. They Ore a pzeven, •
tire of If and a certain rettedy'for all
diseases incident to the Home, GiandVra. OP)1 ,
Wnter, 3)h-temper, Founder. lir. avi•s, Slavering.
Confths, Fevers:Less of Appetite. and Vital Ever=
ey, Ac. These Powders, if used two or three titnesA
weeli - ;tbrongh - the winter and - sprite-. your Norse
will never got the Lung Fever, COlie erliOtte. A
few doses of.thes: , powders will remove •the worst
Couch on , any 'Horse. II owners ofHorses td
feed a few.of these POwdvrii every year the. 2. ;nigh%
sire the lives of many valuable .Hors- ,,
ATICII.COIVS.—The properties thi. f'otyderpoSi.
Feasts in increasing, the qultnt;ty of Milk in Cows,
'gives it an importance and. value which should
place it in the 'hands-of overt person keeping
Cow.' :In fattening Cattle it gives them an appetite
loot , enst theirhide; mind makes •them thrive much
fast.‘ - ‘r.,
I OOS.—In all diseases of Swipet *
'as eneglii, Ul
cers :in the. Lungs end Liver. &v. ty putting Mt
half a paper to a paper of these 'Powders in a bar 7;
rel of swill; the abovelliSeases can be cured or Mt- ,
tirely prevented. By,nsing these Nwdersilio Bog
Cholera, can be prevented. Prepared by
• - S. A. FOUTZ & BRO.; Westminster, Md.
,Virr sale whole ale and retail by d. J, 31,ILLEB!
and 3". S. NIXON, Chronh.rshorg. Pa.. and store=
keepers everywhere. Price 25 eU, a paper:;or.fivo
Papers for $l. • (19
f l Oti,TZ'S AILXTURE ':t, sa eantl=Pali=
able Remedy for the cure of Rhemnatisnn , Puint
ful Nervous Afleetiouse Sprains, Burtk,
and nll diseases requiring an - esternat application
.Ou llorges it rill neser-fall to cure , 1-evil;ro-.
tula. old Running Sores or Swe'enY, if oroPprirjafir.
plied. For„sprai two sera Rle?. l'lnl•keli nO(If.
SlVidiC or collar gall, cut or Trourri. it is an -
in la remedy, Try it and be earn. nnied -of its
.Peesonsmillicted with this disca.4... no matter or
haw taw: standing, Can be'protnntfy and effectuallt
cur by : it - sing this mixture. •-- - -
Tern is nothine in the world so sur and so good
to fait... ttivay , hati'o4,nta and cure Frnid Bite's d'S
preparation. Try itnnd satisfy ,youtnlvo t , Poen'
2:5 atvl finets.'per' bottle. ' Prepared by
Fars ale by A. J. ,LER and J.
Ulatimbetsbizg,',.Pa.', 'Ma - Storekeepers 'over:rug:rap '