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AMERICAN LIFE INSURANCE Ant'
TRUST - CO., Ciener Fourth and Walnut &aids;
T A .b nadelldtlit. Inoarpore. aced 1850. Charter Perpettai,
"'Ad espital, ssocooo. Paid-Up Capital, $250,000.
Feb. 4 ISM
The TiUstees have this dap
d ade Iphia,
eclared a Dividend O:t
FIFTY FER CENT, on all p2¢mluma roodved upon MU
SUAI.POLICIDS riming the year ending December 21st,
lS$3, and In force at thee date. the mine amount to be
predited to cold Macs, end bone alsor d ere d the
dead of 1.880 on Policies issued de , rir that }'car to be
paid, as the annual premiums o e ee fOt Poling, are re-
Secretary end near - um—John S. Willem.
.deducey—John C. Sims.
BOARD OF TRUSTEES.—Alesander Whißriin , J.
Ed4r Thomson. George Nugent. Roy Jamey Pollock
JOhott.g. Roberto, P. B. Mingle, Samuel Weds, Wllliata
J. Howard Ron. Joseph Allison, Sanspel T. Bodine, John
Aikman, Charlea F.. lienzlitt, Isaac Mleharst.
Ulu G. REED, Cha b the awhorized
rn eis urg„
Agrpt of the American We Insurance and Thud Cory
puny, and is always prepared to furniA pamphlets or any
information wanted, and to take Insurances.
Dite. J. C. IticaAtans and W. H. llonE, Mediae! a -
REFERENCES—Ron. A. IC. nrClare, Res. 3.3.
etas. 3. B. Nixon, Charnbersbarg, and , Wm. 31. Marshall,
Cashier of the Dagerstanva Bank.
Persons desiring information or visiting to insane icif
please call on, or by addressing the undersig - oed. they will
be waited on in any part of the Couhty or State. •
mnfM W. G. REED, Agent.
I'B2 9 CHARTER PERPETUAL.
FRANKLIN EIRE INSURANCE COLT.
PANY OF PHILADELPHIA.
On January 1, 1864
U1"171331) CLAM, 7.6 COME POU .le6l
Loam Ram Eimcs IRZ9 0,010,000
PERPETUAL AND TEMPORARY POLICIES ON
• LIBERAL TERMS!
_" • - DIRECTORS:
Charles N. Banker, Laze Lee, -
- Tobias Wagner,' ' Edward C. Dale,
Samuel Grant,, - - C-eo. Fales,
Jacob R. Smith, Alfred Filler,
•george W. Richards, Fr as. W. Lewis, 3L D.
!- - . CHARLES li. BANCXER, Pro.laali-
EDWARD C. DALE, Vie, President.
'Mi . ' ' , W. WALLMTEP., Sec); pre. tem.
- DAV/15 - OAKS is the authorized Ag'eat of the COM•
pa:ly in Chanibersburg, who edit funiilk all itligination
neeeNtaisllo applicants. nnu23-tr.
- INK:TRANCE COMPANY OF
JL AMERICA. Incorporated 1794. Charter Perpetual.
CAPIT,AL esoo;000. Ottice 11,T2 Walnut Street, Phila.
Tbsprompt payment of Cluizns for Losses during
the period of yearly Seventy years that the Company has
been in existence entitleq them to the confidence of the
public." • -
This company will also insure against lose by WAR
INVASION. • • ' • '-
PeTIKIII3 wishing to insure will please mill on or address
the undersigned. W. G. REED, Agent, Chambetaborg.
As AgentSar-tkls Company, prepared to Cancel
ell Perpetual air -well as Term policies coveting property
destroyed by the Rebels on thelliklibf Xtily, returning the
Lull premlom paid on application at My tiEcix
• • , • .. W. G. REED, Agent.
ItziiNKVIS. D. Grier, - A AVM', Enter, Esq.,
Major J. C. ASsitin, Cot. A. E. &Velure. febB
(n AGENT.—Mr. Jou - N GROVE, of
Cltumberabpv, la we Gotry*Agettol tine „Eptuk•
lin County Mutual Insurance Company. June)
it,IASON & HAMLIN'S
MELODEONS were introduced some twenty yeats
sinee, and were eueeeeded by the HANMODOVMSnbobt
ulna years ago. The CABLNET ORGAN wen brought
ltd precept state of perfeettee only in the etunmer of
THE AUTOMATIC BELLOWS SWELL , •
has great advantages over any other invention of the kind,
is capable of saucy finer effects than can bo produhed by
any other, and is snore easily used by the p.n-jbrma., and
excels especially In capacity for erpression.
SaP Please notice advance in prices.
So. 15. Four Octave, Single Reed, In Walnut or
Oak Case /1110
No. 16. The Same, in elegant Rosewood Case 135
No. 17. Mee Octave, Single Reed, In Walnut or
Oak Case. 1:10
No: 16. The Same, in elegant Rosewood 100
No. 19. Pour Octave, Double Reed, in Walnut or
Oak Case. -- 140
Na 29. The Same, in elegant Rosewood Case 165
No. - 21. Five Octavo, Double Reed, in Walnut or
Oak Case. - • . 170
No. 2.2. The Same, in elegant Rosewood 200
The Same, 103 solid Carved Walnut or
Oak, with Walnut Carvings. 200
tin 14. Six Stop Cabinet Organ, in Walnut or
Cak Ca5e.,..., 1300
13 Theßsuire, in elegant Rosewood Case 360
No. 12. Eliat Stop Cabinet Organ, in Walnut or
Oak Casey 425
No. 11. The Same, In elegant Rosewood Case 500
No. 24. The Same, le Solid Carved Walnut. 100
No. 10. Pedal Bass Cabinet Organ, in Walnut or
Oak Case. 600
Cases of =yes _kaiak en head, or made to order. •
No. 5. rive Octave, Piano Style, Rosewood Care...slso
No. 6, The Same, Portable, Rosewood Case. ...... . 110
No. 7. The Same, Portable Walnut Case 95
No. 9. Pout Octave, Portable. Rosewood Case..-
Dediiptive pamphlets furnished by theshbecrl.
As Agents for Messrs. Meson & Hamlin we are enabled
to sell at the4r Now York pnices, and charge nothing for
freight. . o-
We havdaold a nutaber of their hatruments, and eau
"rite numerous satisfactory references.
S. S. SILRFOCX Agent
Chtehlkirs - littre Pa "
VEW.QUARTgKS AND NEW STOCK
11 , THE OLD CLOTHING EMPORIUM,
LY ma MAPK - r HO L'aE,
, Chamba 01 , , Pa.
The undersigned, after a t. nip ,wary absence temositated
by the desfruction of Chambetsburg, has again returned
sod opened ant in full blast in the Market UMW] between
Vgglaoe's Dry Good store and Huber & Len:taster's Gro•
eery store, a largo assortment of -
FALL AND VINTER GOODS, of:every description
and q ty.
This stock consists of Ready Made Clothing such as
Over Costs. Drew/ Coats, Pants„ Vests, tinder Shirts,
Drawers, &c., also
GENTLEMEN'S' PcaNssta:o- GOODS, each as
Cravats, Suspenders, Gloves, Shawls, Handkerchiefs, 04.
tars. Umbrellas, Bm, &c.
His stock of Cloths for customer Werk . consists of French,
English and Domestic mannfricture., Black Doe Skin and
Fancy Casein/en, Black Satin, Figured Silks, Plain and
Fancy Cassimer Vesting; will be made up to order
is styles to snit the taste of cuomers, on short notice, and
reasonable terms. '
HaWng timed a practical Cabe ten= ib4 East, X tun
prepared to famish clothing 5.4 the CLo.32fashionablestyles,
and as none but experlenewl workmen are engaged per.
none may rely upon getting Tholr work, web doze at my
Thankful for tho patronage thretofore herb:med., Ire
spectrally solicit a continuance of the carc.rt
octla - • •'' f' •
Ergo, Plants anti Vim.
RYDER'S FRAKLIN COIJNTY
N NIIRSERIES.-Fittn ANT , 010;4117STAL TEEM
GRAPE. Vflige, Broxignehes PL Noe, ETC—The largest
stock to select from in the county. Everything In the
FRUIT TREE and PLANT line that Is at all deelmbto
mm be supplied from the commonest standard Fruit Tree,
to the rarest and most choice native or foreign speelei or
variety of Fruit or Flower. Our Standard Apple Trees
are unusually tine, stout heavy trunks, famished with fine
branching heads, from three to five feet from the /nuked,
la may be desired. i i Oar ainwir, to grow the ha=t of every
thing, pruning andThultivating upon relential principle*,
ronseqam - tly, our productions are not offered in emoted.-
..on with Trees grown nron the old let-alone system. Ah
invitation is eitsraded to alrivho are interested-fa fruit cut
mre, to come And see fur themselves. -
A large stook of Greenhouse , Lind Bedding. th ts,
Rises, &e., in pots, will he ready iu Apnl cod May. }la
ctose a three tent stomp for descriptive Catalogue off rrat
:Lod Ornament bow, ,foe. .
B. L. RYDER,
Rut Franklin Nuitierier,
Near LouLlna, YrunkrineA;
ccrEAfti TO ANI) FROM THE OLD
corNTßy.—The ate l kncrcra ftrsorite Chyde•BnYlE
Lou Steamers of the AVCIIOIt I„LNE, of Stun -whips,
' "CALEDONIA," ''BRITAN'NfA".itad
'UNITED XINGOOII, - •..mecroadca to at fortaigttly
to * aud from New York, carrying pamougom to and from
Lierrpmg. Otaxgow, Ildfost, Dublin, Watarfoid, Cork,
Lin. frick, Golr..vy or Londonderry. These steatuert were
built spec!ally for the Atluutic trade, are divided iota 113-
tor nod air-tight comFartmente.
RATES- OF PASSAGE.
From Tess York to any of the Thoyo I,ltoes Cabiar,
bl~ll and 4:00; rternige, p.iyable in Aruericzzi cur-
14, New York from a:3y of the abvx places: Cabins;
iso; ,t,r,ge, 1p26, payable• to gold or evjvaleist
ia Awe Jean currzay.
hose who,m4h, to send for : fite# friend; cza buy tie:
at those rates from the Agents.
FRANCIS MACDONALD & CO:,
C, Rossllng Greets, Now Verb;
VOTICE 'TO MILLERS AND -MAN
FACTURERS. The amb.migned. haring been en
for a number of yoara in the talsitiess of 1111:Thin.::a.
IlLotatitiG, HAW, ,1,17) pArr.
rrpared, with a *gala . Cilir of practical eorMnar., tv;
all.tiorti in his one embraemx
•,,# and modern improveinerar. r
MILL MACHINERY of every dercription faint:7ll;d toi
.crier. Coat Iron Hulimerimd Water Wheels, Bolting
(Joao, Mill Itura fornltbed id than
Contracts-taken to famish all material it desired,.
Alt orders address to Hercersharz Franklin conuiy, Pa,
till receive prompt attention. [41,1-3ml H. HAY/3.
W.ll. SCHLOSSER'S DENTAL OF
AJF FICE ea Second Ntreet, Kama South - at. the
Market Wage over btttti oll'e 13120 e km , attel
TPRINTING in every style dace a
Iv the oftno of*. rpArstr , RrenFrrnin,
Enatebeti ant 3elntlnj.
0 DEIMEB _ i 1 &CO
303 ISHOLWAY, NEST TbuK.
(COBI'BII DI:An Errnier.)
10 0 , 0 0 (') WSTCHE.S ,
'CHAINS; GOLD PENS AN D
OR i , 13 $506:,00M
TO BE SOLD AT ONE DOLLAR EACE, WTTHOEPT
REGARD TO VALUE.,
dad itot ee be paid uttil ra know chat Yon uitt reaire:
SRLENDIE LIST OP ARTICLES •
ALL TO BE .od , FOR ONE DOLLAR FACII 1
100 Gold licattfag Cates - IVatchet each .1. 1 100 Ott
100 Gold Watches Y 60 00
200 Ladles' Watches.,.- 35 (10
50U fiTt:r Wstebes 415 00 to etti 00
600 C o ld sad Vest Chaim!, UN) to 15 00
10t0C1dteloat and Guard Chainsoll 10 ( x)
Vest end tisck. 4 06 to le 00
4t - e),1230.11-11re,Jet and; old Brooches— 400 to .1 00
.tuw Coml. /Ana, Garnet, Eat, lirwlte.. 3po to 800
760) slokl, Jet, Optl, Sw, Euc Drops... 300 to 800
6000 Gents' Brest and Sold 300 to BGO
(1300 Oval Band Bracelets 3co to Bco
2000 Chased Bracelets 500 to 10 00
3500 California Diamond Pins anal:Buss. 190 to 800
2000 Gold Watch Reps 250 to 600
5000 Solitaire Sleeve:Buttons and Studs. 200 to 500
3000 Gold Thimbles 4'oo to - 6.00
5000 Miniature Lockets 200 to 700
3COO Miniature lockets, Magic 4 00 M. - , - . 9 00
:1500 Gold Toothpicks, Crosses, &c 2oa to 600
3000 rob andßibbati Slides 2OD to 500
V 2,457,849 !,,,5
5900 Cboxe. Gold Wogs a f! CO to 500
4000••znet Ketßlogs • 0. 00 to 600
6500 fiats Jetrelt3--,-. Jet & Gold •500 to 25 00
6000 Mats Ladled' Jeirelry.—mrina 11l le: 3 IXJ .13 00
8110 Gold Peed - Bilver Casa and Pencil 403 W 000
4000 Gold Peuello, O)ony Golder &C.n.R. .4ioo to JO 4)0
6900 Gold Pe . us, Alountvd
All the goods is the above List a 111 be sohl, without re
.servaticr, tar ONE DOLLATt EACH. Certincutei"ur
the various artlales are phieri h. Alai envelvel
and mired. These envetores will be rent
livered at our oftee, 'without regaztl to choice. On receir
log 3 Certilliate, you will see artir3e it reprex•nts,
and it Is optional with you - to viol ono dollar, nuil receive
the article =reed, or ary other iu the 11d cf vame value.
By ih. riodege gi* e oeleotioni from s azied 9:otk of
flue yo ocis, atthe'kentiaake and !Myra stylen, and of in•
trinslc worth; nt atithnind price, while all hove u vbarce
of 4ecusing artieles of the very hlglati vdicte.
In el) trtuwegoz , by mall we chance furtvardimr the
Certificate, payinF pt , iage, and &Aug' thibuiltcsi,
cents ma- Fire eatintetvz trill be sent for 81: Elreci
for $3 ; far f ; 5; 8:22y -five SID; ai d One Haltered
urply Tour wrarut ; our ure 111,11:-
passed ; our work dominated excellence ; our promises
punctually observed. Our central location brings us near
the moot mratfa Ors goode are nay from the
manufacturer, and of the latest and mot deeirable stylet.
The goods mart b 9 sold, arid the terms are tmequalleci—
.All articles ordered are forwarded bi - ketarn maiL
We g - mtrantee entire Lai/faction in eVery hrtutre and
if floe should be any person dise4fiafied with any article
they-may receive they will immediately rotutit it, and
'the price will he refunded.
AGM - S.—We allow thane acting as Agnate Ten Cents
on each Cortine4te eindered, provided their ',military,.
amount to One Etollar.
They v.-.4lcolleetai oats for every Certireate, ard. re
taming 11/ co,t4 rercit u 3 15 cents for eaell.
IATATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, &c
Having:3nd opened a 'sell selected asiurtnient of gads
in my line, - directly
Oppc'the Post Oifiee. on Second Street,
where my old and I Lope many new customers will Ectl
me daring business barns. My old stock Living LT.'S! re
duced very suddenly es the •..:1,51.1 of July I,t , t, I ',ens com
pelled to Las, an
• 4 • ntire New Stock of Goods, _
it are of the latest etylenand patteres;co n eisci,
Gold and Si] vex, (Imported and American)
Gent's and Lail, Wa•che.
Jewelry of due. and a edium antditles,
Silt er ThiMbles
Prrit anti littler 1111:voi
Coll Pens of floe quailti,
Romrs, Stropo and
Silver Plated Sperms, For:F . and Bee,: N:rth.•/-
Se:t Geode, ;
Nall and Tooth Brushes,
Redding and Pocket Combs,
Morocco Satchels, -
Large and Small Willow Baskets,
Thu assortment of CLOCKS is large and of every va•
/have on hand the HENRY REPEATING RIFLE,
which can be flied fifteen /Una' in that many seconds.
Everybody shoild have one for self defence.
The public are invited te - enll and examine them. •
PISTOL» on hand and Orders filled for nay kind that
may De wanted. Cartridges of all sizes kept on band.
PrOm long experience I can adapt Spectacles to the sight
of the old as Well as utiddloved. SPECTACLES AND
EYE GLASSES in Gold, Sliver and Steel Frames al
ways on hand. ;
Having the agency far the sale of the celebrated BUR
GLAR AND FIIitI,PRIN)F SAFE. matufaettged by
Herring will fill orders at the !malefic.
tures price, All infeinhatlon In regard to them given.
The public are invited to call and examine the atori,.
Watches. Clot:lts and Jewelry repaired at low rates to
Snit the times.
decl& EDWARD AUG lIINBAUGH.
HOIJDEN, INVITES THE AT
-1,124 teutital , ery reveler of Vans lupus, wtviels ineludvs
many thuusand old patrons and unriumnumeisc,
ibis unusually large ane Iseuutiful variety of AMERICAN
& Impurted WATCHES CLOC6I4, and f,legAut 11,, , -or
7 - 1 - 101;DEN,
y 70e Musket Stria; WlnclUlphitt.
Moots anb *tationerg,
ITIHE OLD BOOK STAND
S. S. BIIRYOCIE,
Awl been remot ed to the naw:tralldlDg -oppostto the PCST
OrvicE, where a full usmstmeit of
SCHOOL AND MISCELLAN2OI.7)II3OOIO3,
BTiTIONERY, PHOTOGRAPH 1 - tiaftl:kiS - , ETC
Cal be bade exceedingly E.AiW Priam '•
ALL PAPER and WINDOW SHADES, u Lap
and new stock.
Pulichdd'a Cielutme.tod Gold Pent, fully warranted.
Orders taken for goods, whicb will be Exyrefged in t2w ,
libortert porOblii time.
Tl,e N We,. and Pliilwielphin Papers noceivorl daily,
Gar I.PI . kIV fillbScriptitaL3 will be taken.
Put* Claw Noven , bingualnes and Perinatal*, received
ea 310011 ISA j Ulaii,ilOti.
We can an Pleenzraph Albums cheaper then they me
be heel HiMl, here.
Minic rent freil of portage to any part of the county.
-Gilt NVorst.!in and Fancy oimh.‘ comountly te)
OM' 1111,1 VI:III , 3CM are stair that wit uan tupply ar,y
dets satisfactorily and with dispatch.
Mit. J. K. guns OCK, is row located in Nen York, whir
,anablek im to inatertuke the mitre complex coirmonions
Old Books of particular editions divas 'or style, hout.l
op at a reaticnahic commission, - - - fnrn3f•-
UrHOLESALE AND RETAIL!
; ROPES et TWINI.7i.
- undo:silo:led flaring purebased thoentfro Stock end
Fixtures of tho Rope and Twine Manufactory of T. P.
Grey, droit , ropectfully announces to her fr.rods, and tLo
!armor I'arone of axe eextblishatent:thit, tho will COI:04GO
to carry on ThobusinOss, in all ib various brtlirAn9,
THE OLD f3TANI>, •
On nil:Alin stiset, Chatnbandtrit,"wthere she will !.:pleas.
'oci to renetve fits calls and orders of tho Ali
saes, and qualities of
ROPES, CORDAGE, TWINES. &C.,
s a lm is topt on band or made to order of the best miternd,
and ft• Diced at reasonable prices _ln connection with the
Above bane", ebs Is also prepared to manufacture
RUSK, AND OTHER •
• 1 MATTRASSE4,
as w ill ea Heise Blankets and - Mylieta of surtior goal
10 sad itylo., Pare ms,iti Ant ottaperior Srtales in the
6 0 , 0 Bus are repeated to call. °timid their <mien, whieb
'will be attended to promptly.
oef.01 : 1,, j• - VARV-V. aRAV
303 Broii'vray, Nev. York
_Mx Jutnidin :Wpasitorp, et}ambersbut#,-Igiti..,
'GELWICKS & BURKHART
IvEtotEsALE AND RETAIL DEALERS,
hare reefiliNi a
Freel.l Ead Large Lot
rine Baking Mc.1a...0e.3.
G9VERN3 E.NT COFFEE from 2 r^Sir per mood m
MO C , 'Ter,
Pc,rl 141:11c y,
, Catsup, •-
:,11 wnl r0n , ),1,40 of IFe-11 rn r
HOME CROUND SPIC,E•i!.
A Lo..ge ,cortn,or.t
bou;ht direcr frGin t ie u.atiallteturer, owl AriTl he altered
u,itley than-any other hcaw iu town
t;t4,31 e..os9l . :4ltitly On Land ...110
Euu,t quality oi
wbit.r, free Irvin !reel] er smoke.
A the a*Aortment
QUORPStI tart Tumbler, Brutilto. Brooms, Barkete,
Bue3 t 4, IVash-imorls.
LI 'BRICATING AND" PER NI OIL
For 4 - r.. , ng machinery
FIVE THOUSAND Airrielr:4
of a: med.
wlieb ,:11 b or/ rt..? 7
In addition to t.e.
Or.• rv, pr q vi.±icm, Quyo•vary _
g.ll,ral v:xlety I.l,lltcAs,
we , --irry on the rnumfact•Ting of all k•it 4,1" .
Mch Ire pledge , :‘,
hou,e is PLi,ll4,l,ll;si
I.ld deliver ehe tame to conitry nlerell.onv
3.2 ‘ bruer order, le. breakage za4l at 1,,
S. B* o —Corsrla 3:Liu If 0.7.1 pPr4,l, to
buy at WIthLF,AI..e took to y o u r eot rrtt , v ,l ti ut thi,
i..tabll..lllrPnt f , •••• n.
m...utKET HOUSE.—TIke undt‘rNi,zueil
I,4zosudy inlonu their 1)111114,Mx. eost, doer, anti
the publie gemend ly that they has c N-13pe1,1 *heir tire
eery Store to the taunt rorruerly aped by the 11,4 A and
Ladder Company, in the Ifarket House, and th
me+.llol of r 'tor ring ti-eir th,n Is. tor the lib , nil
heretofore extended to them. eteek i, yOlllll4lO to
evv , .y variety of F.1: , 111.1" GiCol;flt/F.S, v0n,..i..t.f,t of
Syrapi. Stilt 11nekerel, 'real', To,
BrUshe Broetlitt, TIVILIFa. 1;11.8.
ware, Queen:len-art; and et ervthing heretotore kept or there
Dinner pinee of enittleis. They will ,ittrol t , keep a
titoel, nn lo.e.rt to he enabled to meet dire demand. of
the e,..tonnei•y. (. 1 )1:NTIZY taken in ex
, 42 , Per gonna at e:lt , h market priee,t. Don't lortret-de
e, , 11ar'tet-lionse torts :Toni the omen O k ,
Z"tref.A. [autr:3l] 111;111111 A: LE.31.-1.3TE11.
~ „„IPREC:I3ER'S GROCERY S'fOßE.
i7•Tbv u.aterbiguod hm the 'z.rgot ',lock of FA
.112 +CI: RI EN in tort o, ,Lieh Doers tq the pubhe at the
PRICh.z. It is not nreeksars - to rilanwriate.
sock Zargr a.al complete.
iiienkftt priws p.ad tor COUNTRY DUCEiq
exaaage for good:. tattg3ll CYRUS SPIZEX.:HER.
COFFEES, TEAS. SUGARS—Just re
-0-,iv,,D,• E. D. 'HEM'S.
INCEM E-A T .—A fresh supply at
HA 31 S AND BEEF.—A largt- lot of
:read cured city 1111111.4 Mai Dried &el. ut
('GRANGES, LEMONS, RAISINS, CUR
rant& Citron, Dried DriP.' Cherries. &e.,
F I S H .—N a. 1 Shore Mackeral, Dried
Dried Cod. Siinit at REID'S.
p ITN WMEAT AND 110311 NY.—Just
reeei.,d. a lot of New Jersey fresh ground Buck
wheat :deo; ; puro white Hominy, soap Beau, ke., at
ONIONS .—Wetheraeld and Country
Onion'. u.),r,gesTllll , y, at REID'S.
WEROSINE OIL AND LAMP:S.-Sp
iv perior lilsrosine Oil CI :Amber awl Palos Lamps,
Shah, Lantvrni ItEID S.
-1 - JOLLOWAY, i1 7 1101_1:SA LE
G. GROCER .4Yi co v.ws.ilo.v mEnch li _vr.
- 10!0(.1T SHOE AND VARIETY - STORE.
FELDMAii, basing disposed of his entire stock
of IStota, Shoes, iSsti. at Ishoirsalr, on the:Yids of Lon month,
oral flndiug it incisesel:stunt to resume business at Ids for
mer place on Main street I have just rcturned from the
City with a A LA.II(IE 'AND ENTIIIELY NEW
is'I'OCK, to whirls lie respectfully - lot (tee the ottcotion of
his old uustoznere. aniPan many new often as trill ho pleased
to gate him u mitt, at RD..; NEW STORE UN SECOND
Si.. la CHARLEY SLINE'S Mick balding. nearly up
pope the Post Office Ills stock - embraces every - satiety
of Youths'. Ladies' and Men's BOOTS st. SHOES, which
for stye of Hillsb, and dimsbllity of 0 ear, rraenot he our•
pureed in the comity. and isisien nil) be sold at prices to
FM, the Sums. Hating purcba& ei LATE:, f STYLE
OF ',Awl's, lie is prepared to lobe Customm at
short notice by the bast workman:in the manly. With a
cliriskiition to no obliging toil acconstoodatilig lie hops.
to merit a liberal slime el patsinap—without a desire
to monopolise. rs hit. nio - M is, in tear seenuoin ralarnitr, to
iite aecl let leave. -
Parib7ll:4lr attention rani to al: Mobs of ittpaii,,ro.
TERMS CASH, A! , :f.) PRICES UNIF.)101, rn•
Be lets Mee On t 14 1 .1. awl I.r sale. chew - , Tranks,
Ilse., Carpet Sean. I.cmon (11'd Paper Ccllurs, Paper,
a.velopeg, Ink•statip ste e l p en ,
N. S.—All pereoni . knms lag aem.iols lreiclec c;, 1 )
peace cull and make ;mmetliate settlement, V.!
ean~ dal u, meet my fo.lnue iv, .
910 ALL WHOM IT MAY C(LNCEICS.
x JACO]) 11177l'Oirs MOT 4 SHOE .sTORE..-
T 4.• undersigned takes this medn.dof rotnrning li than). •
to Ifs nunierrets ettsiomers, 'nod the pablio gene t -, fly, fo
the eery frbr•ral patronage heretofore emended to lons
and hopes in Ids present misforane in common with near
ly Peery Initial:set man in town, that he Watt! ;Atli vontimis
to be remembered. Ho has the pleasure of informing the
public , that he has opened his Store in the 13csement of J
B. Mcinnahon'snnicriling, on S.onri fatty douse
.North of the Methodist Church. whore be is prepared to
offer a general assortment of Mat's, Women a and Chil
dren's Boots and Shoes, embracing his own and City man
ufacture, which, for excellece ut ety le nod iinnitrilit,y ere
superior toad of his - former sleek. and snit be (meted nt
p r ices tosuiKall. He is lto Weekly Receipt of Grxxls on
philadelititil - wloch for beauty end excellent, enonet he
~,,,T e eseil Smith of the Susquehanna.
MSTOMER WORK of evert" variety done with
aomptneaa—As be employs none but superior workmen,
lie feels Jeastitled to gmannteeing all Mork marls at Ms e•-
tubllshateut Don't forget the place. Fo.ur Doorr, 11`,,rrh
4. the Methodiet Church, Senonj Strut. Earl Side,—
TRUNKS, of the latest st yle, - from approved ma'am al.
ways on hand, and for Bala at a vary !mall advaute on
Bolt frole4) .TAftOft 11117-NIN
DEN SYLVAN IA RAILROAD
WINTEtt TI3IE TABLE. FIVE TAINS .1111 Lr.
-to and from Plilodelphil and Pid4nrg. On and Our
Monday. oc:ober:Dn. 1844. the I.assenFer Train.; a the
PetesAylvtinitt RaVz..t..% I CeLtitany still depart &en Marie
'burs- and ae:ve g ao fularre:
TAROIiGHEXPRESSTRAU leaves Ilarriabarg dal.
ly at 2. 4 5 U., and arrives at West Pailzdalphia at 6.55
FAST LINE lmves Hart sbartt• daily (except MandaTX
at 8.1:0 A. It., and a rriVeS at West Philadelphia at 12.40
p, 31. Paasengen take btecidast at Lancaster.
MAIL TRAIN !cares Ilarrisburx daily@xcent Sun.
day) at 1.30 and amt es West Plillaclelpi:iattt 5.-
35 Y. If.
pirTSBITR.C.I EKPRI:SS leaves 'asonti.s
huz,x ;hut:. (exi.ept bansi..ty, a: 11.5-Il'. - M.. And anises at
HAR11.15481.114 ACCOMMODATION TRAIN !eaves
Harrh‘barg daily ~ exc.-pt Sunday) et re p. hi., and ar
liVet at sVes7 Philadelphia .a This rraathasao
.^,sniczion frurn the West.
Otv - n. Tea.
COLL - 3113.1.1 ACCOSISIODATION TitAIN IPEA-re Fiat
ristura ,osenpt tinud.t)) at 7 AL. and arrives at
I,anatster at A. 3f.: C.tufteeti:•:; (e 3 ., rt t on Monday)
v.;:t 4 the Fast I,*ne ea.st.
PITTSBURT: Stl EIt.LE EXPRESS lei:Nes Harris
burs: (except rsssiell.'s tht 11.35 A- X. .litussna
A. 1.1 , 1:d bre .t. - I,:csit essli'arrica at tlitt,isurg 1?.40 PwL
E.11.11 - 13101tE EX PIi:CSS 'FRAIN lest es Htzrisbarg
day o , .terps 310telay) at Alhsesa F. 15 :k.
take breakfast, :sus arrive. at Pittsburg tit 1:10
THROUGH EXPRESS leaves Harrisburg daily at a -
:it 5.15 A. 14.ke la - Wariest and arrives
at - Pittsburg at
• PAST LINE lsavos Harrisburg daily (irseept Sunday)
at.lM P. 3C.: Altooli:, 41 RIO a IL, take supper, and au
rives'at Pstribure s.st.
- . .
MAIL TRAIN !Pave linrrisburg daily (except Sure
day) at 1.40 P. M.: Alta tn nt 1.55 P. M.. take supper, AAA
arrives at PittAnirgve 1.,10 P. M. -
MOI'ItIT JOY- ACC Oill3f ODA TION west leaves Len_
Caster at 11.20 .t. M.. eon netting tbeni with tite'Mailereet
leaves Mount Jay at 1.1.51 M., atalarrives at aurriaberrir,
ati I.PO P. 11.
THE HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION TRAIN
from Pittaroug; trbfah arrirc4 - htlborg at 6.30 P. M.,
sroN there paNcenirerA for Emit Of Harrisburg' lay °mutt.
til 11.55 P. A. • SA . 3IUEL D. YOUNG,
oos9 SOO% IMittle Div. Penna. R.. R.
NTORTHERS CENTRAL RAILWAY
;01 FILL Tl,liL TABLE.—Four Trai, Daily to
n , 'rod War,hiugtov aqc
(loan, lam, aav tralas 0, Yen ux.l, Itaila,ati t
rc bllll fatal I , a,oarg I.t.d the
'F 0 C It lit AtN n I.).AILV ZIAJM the North and
We -it nrAlt ,, Elmira and all of Northern
lit 'rot 17t1t, ltC.l, the Yaasetiaer
Traun. al'•the Norther.: Cnn•rla Railway will arrh e at and
fter.lrt .11/1:1 Barri:antra and Baitimorr: fullon's
M 411, MS rNoulmry daily (except
• It4s PF Haili.4l7lll: 1:20 P• D t.
.• artists at Baltimore 5:40 P.M.
11X•p•1114;04 It - I.lYr Suubur)'&lly (ex
cept rhaulay) 11:45 P.m.
•• , leaves Barna burg (except
)loaday : ). - • 2:50 A.M.
scares at Baltimore 7:00 A.M.
liorri.borg 7:00 A.m.
SUNNI:IIi ACCOMMODATION kavesßan.
bury daily /ex. Sunday) ,7:30.411
PHILAI)EL.PIIIA EXPREN:; TRAIN leaves
Sunburyttilly(ex. Sunday) 9.45 P.M.
- MAIL TRAIN leaves Baltimore daily (exiept
Sunday) 9M A.ll.
leaves Harrisburg— . 11.35 P.m,
arrives at Suubury ' 4:05 P.N.
EX : I4IF.SS TRAIN leave, Italtlinore daily— :9:30 P.M.
nrrivniat tinrrishurg...._... ;1:50 A.M.
-,. !Ivy• lis;rripbrirg ilially ( ex• '
74 Monday) 11:15 Arm.
rive: , at....STltilluiT 15.53 Aar.
FAME CY 1'1;1>s TRAIN, I,:avP4 Baltimore i
cto:! 'except Sand.Ars) at.. ! 7:30 P.3L
-ore+ Etarri.burg clads - (ex
,pl.l z•nnaa ~) Lt 12::I5 .k.bL
.v"4 -. ,.1. at SIII*III_, !A. . .... t 3:2:. A.M.
Il %, p, , ,tiz...its7ltt 1. AGeIniIIO3IAYION I.fr.irri ;
Baltimore di..llneX.NioadSy . 3:9.1 . 0 PZI.
nrtires at littrti;harr at. 7:50 P.M.
S XIII, It? 12 comi ()I).t /lON 3r..vrd4 Bar. j
ri.hurg daily (at. Sunday) 4:00
The Erie I:Zarr44 and l'hilade r iptda Express aiethrough
train', 10 ant. Ind" aad Un inter.lll , lllBlo poihts. ?Mail
awl Expr.,. Irvin% Illto 1/11,616110 Ellatra.
Ftr .tp . .:y at the ()dive, it Pe'allFyt.
San t & Itadrd.td I
J. D. DcRAIJtY, Gen- Supt.
lIIIIL.WELI'DIA AND ERIEI RAlL
great hi, trarerxes the Noithent anti
Nor - th west m, tietl oi Penh%) ivatat to the city of Erie, on
L. ice Fri,
ti hee beret leased Le tilt Pcrinsylviinia Sailiaad Coca.
Ic , ny. ani is operticil b 3 di. In.
it s s ,tire t•ng - 1 . “ ' operlod for leuieenger !Ina freight
TGIF. Ib.AS'iIiNGER TRAINS AT IfAIRRISHUiIIi
LE.* Vt. E
Ili,von A4,n2miociat!on. .....
LEAVE 11 ESTIVA
Train - .....
L.ck linnm A,',olrtnoiintion
CJ - 4 thr.ath oti Dlail Trp.ia. withoul
en - mg.: Nab ways bettrr,, Philadelphia :tad Erie, &Ili
Bilititnori . Mid E.,:e
Eloirant Skr-fire Car; on Mall Train both craps bettreon
Inhic Haver.. and on Elmira Expreaa
bob Cott Willta.n.port and llal mare.
F.. al ~,,, rony.,ti aft Paso.ng , briAta.. apply at
t`or 001 S•ree,
And for Froitia brone , , Agent 3:
\ Jr. 13th :and Mailvt SIN, Phila.
.1 W. 12. - EIMIT Ds Err.
U - NIIIERLAND VALLEY 3: FRANK
LIN IttlLßOADS.—citAtvai: OF HOURS—
tat ater n•:01,, 31. lEr.4.,Passeagrnr Trains
w:11 run chill, r c A/11 , 4113 (Stifidays excepted):
FOR C/12,3t111 , 111 4 8URG HARRTSBCRG:
.1 Anrie at
Leave Sbippeasbarg .. 9:00 1:24
• ,NewviPA ~
.. 94 . H 2:00
' ' Varlielli• 030 .10:10 2:46
,Meellauivelairg ' 7:00 10:42 3:16
Arrive a; Harris::re' 7:30 11:15 3:45
FOR CHAMBERSBURG AND HAGERSTOWN :
..- - A.M. P.M.. P.M.
Lexie IlloTislairg• . p.OO 1:40 4:15
" Meehauieabur t ; 6.47 2:20 - 4:50
" Car/1,14 9 97 2:50 .5:15
" Newville 10:02 -0:34
Sliippemburg 10:33 9:01 -
Arrive at Cliambereburg 1. , •00 4:35
Leave CballAxmburg. 11:10 9:45
Greet rifle ........ '.. - —11:55 5:35
Arrive at Hagertawn 12.35 6.15 '
__ . .
'Making! emiti.N.tifilis tit Ilurrisburg with trhhis for
Phi110(.10) . 4, Sec, York awl Pitt burg, and with Ming
for nil rtAr.i6 Are St.
TLo Train leaving . Harrisburg at 4:15 P. NS. rung only 138
far as Carlisle. 0. N. LULL, Supt.
R. R. Office, Cliamb'g, 0(1.51, 1E 1 64.1 ;
GNI: .5, Iv, S. STENGER, ATTOR
• KEYS AT LAW.—W. S. STENGER, District At•
tome". and Agent fir procur:vg. Pensions, ',aunty 3faney
and arrears of pay.
Office in James Dlffield's dwelling, on the Wed aldo of
Second Street, bef„"en Queen and Washington Streets..
CITUMBATIGH GEAR. ATTORNEYS
k) oppohlte the Poet Office. Will at.
tend promptly to all buemeee entrusted to their care. ,
B.—Autboriz• tt Agents for the collection of Penslone,
Pttfity, Back Pay 4..,1 aii other claitostignast the prem.
S EVEIIE'rT. Attorney at,L:Lw.
,T• °ate ott Market Street opposite th o Court
.11,,e, formerly weopted Jer Cook. Liq. All le.tal
hit coutitted to his care rpt,viVa prompt tote°.
• , 110[1. trep74f.
TMIIN STEWART, Ai - Tom:EY AT LAW
Quire olt Set ,ond Str.nt, t',4 for* Sontli of flit ,
)I,.rket HOU3V. PENSIONB, In - d*.',ll - and otherclaims
) ,. o .oly collffdad— (ang.3l
Tr 1 ' ll A N S. CLARKE, ATToIiNEV AT
11'i.,AW. Chuml - wrqalrg. Ofl (at the old Owe) on
Street, neatly uppvdt , thq Coda. 1i0n5...1t,ep21.-dm
TJ. HILL, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Of
80. at hi. rea;.lPliCe ~n Serond strrot ortlQ
?II 13. KENSEIIIt ATTORNEY_ AT LAW.
Office on Market .trees.octltr
( C OUGII NO MORE!
1 F L 0 1 .
C 0 r; it B .1 L .4 .1I !
Dr, :, , rb . l:lanc.l's3lellitluou , Co , icril v , i - ruuted
to roir, Coogt.4. cold, 11.,iNeur,I, W 11001141(
Cougb, Sore 1 bruat, Col••uutittiuu..ini p al/ it7Fectioniol the
ihmet ;Ind Imam.
Fi r sal°. by H ehambeiAbiar. (bnaPral
Dip 4,_No.ll . Eiot Fourth Sfri C in.
‘i11 , 41,:1 1 111 ,, 1111 d rt-r.,u,irrpiad
i l ll. hTINFKLANIY:, N'l'l C110111:11.4 IkIIXTFRE
00'.3 tin ri 1 ) , u. d DpeoterY.
It ,41‘ . .1” A,r10g,14, Al,orbtr,t4
!butt, Carsn.w s, .• ..at ••-', e,l 1,4 vibt , t a can.
after ,111 utberna•unr, truce 11.11b•ri,
For talc oy C. 11, C re ,..l, q 21.uM1.ersbUrg. General
D , pot, No h East Fourth strevt, ento•niunli, Olio: ,
Dr. Str,ekland's Pile Remedy has eared tbowandsof
the worst eases of Bhnd and Blot-ding Filen. It gives lai
mediate relief and effects a permanent cure. Try it di
reetly. ft in warrantrxl to cure.
For lain hy C. H. Crean ler. Cluunbershurg. Genetul
D,nput, f; East Fourth Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. noe3o.ly
D YSPEPSIA, NERVOUSNESS AND
_ - -
We can re,ommend those entering with loss of Appe
tite, intlißeeltt n, or Dyspepsia, Nervousness and Nervous
Debility to 000 StrieMand'sTonic..
,it is a vegetable pre.
par:llion freo from alcoholic liquo; It strengthens the
a hole net, ous system, it ereatta a good appetite, and le
ii•arranted to cure Dyspepsia, and Nervous Debility.
For sale by Druggists generally. at St per battle. Pie.
pared by Pr. A. Strickland, 6 East Fourth Street. Mein.
".6. Mar N. er•War. A went elnuathemTntrg Pit
Lines - of
Gen. Freight Agent Philadelphia.
IL W. OWINNER„
Gen. Ticket Agent. Philadelphfa.
Gert. Manager. Williamsport.
Rttotneps at -li.alrt.
DR. STRICIaNDIS TONIC.
Drugs anb tactician.
NI L'L}, R.
NEW DRUG. STORE,
West Ead of *owes: Rotel.
RIP PLES.—Joiniston's Rheumatic
compound, at NIXON'S.
QCRATCHE,* ATTENTION, !
L 7 and mez style Itch eared by - t •
REBEL ITCH RAPIDLY CURED BY
MICON'S TM NT.
O_ROUND ITCH. YIELDS RAPIDLY
NA to the curative power of NIXON'S OINTMEtit.
"TOW IS THE TIME TO ,HAVE A
supply of NIXON'S CATTLE. POWEER. for, aII
kinds of titorl.
1..1.1 P. H.
VIXON'S DRUG - STORL JUST•
half-wap between the Methodist ChurelipaielSellefer
Hotel. name aide, Second Street A fell eteei: always on
1:15 A. H.
1:40 P. It
RUG S! DRUGS!!
CRESSLER, successes . to HEUER &
lies opened to hid new room, on Second street, oPIPo•
fee the Poet errace, where every effint , win be made to
ilmfaln the mitt-hi:ity the old establishoieot bed acquired
A contitibation of the liberal patropage which the firm re
eel% ed is 1..,,tfu11y solicited. A fior rock of tows,
Chemical's. and Patent Medicines is new offered. Also a
desirable assortment of
pad Fancy Articles in pew variety. Dentlfrieco
pcimoARNE IL.A.MM*-Evety deouriptimi of Band
temps, Stand Lamps, lEfaigise amps trud Side Lamps
suitable far Kitchen use, Paaer use, Eitore use and Ofice
7 , 00 215
7:37 n. 35
THE BEST COAL OIL IN THE MARKET.
Family Dyes of an Colors. Everything in a DrugLlts
line of butinees. ' • = •
Prescriptions receive si)eela) attenticra, mid are
eorepouncied with Cate :zed CRESSLER.,
' ' - ' SeezerdStreetcorpoelte the Post 0f8°8.7.
131.P0 - RTER S
NINES AND LIQUORS..
LADMAN, BALLADE 100.,
KO. 103 souni sttancr,
r Behocen Mustnut and Frainuc Strtea, Phitraerptia. •
GEO. M. LAMAS, t
A. K BALLADE,
J. D. BrraNG,
itIVXBE, GARDRAT 4 CO,'B
SUPERIOR COGNAC BRAIi'DY,
VINTAGE, OF IP,'
lEach bottle Reeled with green wax with the tuitiele of the
LAUXAIq, EMMAUS do CO.
ECI 4IIL W MP 3 .
S , OPO P
OPORTO. - ' •
VERY FETE ANA DRLICATE
OED PORT WINE,
Each bottle sealed with yellow was with the fattish' ofthe
LAIMAN, SAL-LADE C 0.,&
No. 1t South Ninth. brut, Philadelphia.
OLD RYE WHI - SKEY,
OLD WHEAT WHISSEY,
OBEBHO I,TZ WHISKEY,
W RRI"S WHISKEY.
LACMAN, SALLADE & CO.,
F e . pi, scAtit /nal .
11 . 14 t. "
abbterp ant Varneos.
- QADDLERY! SADDLERY!!-
kJ JEREMIAD' 'DYRTER Crespeeifalll3•7iPit6ls • his
thanks to hie patrons for the liberal encertrage , Me rt el•
tect from them heretofore, and he woraliatte:thetuttut
the community generally, who may need say :Phil' Whit ,
line, to give him a 011_4 his btAr *dt1:9 1 . 3 rt.ottlAtUan
street, near the Pranklin Rai Chambersharg where
he keeps constantly oat hasad every variety of SADDLE
RY AND HARNESS of his own , umnufachere, and he
it prepared to sec. the samit ou terms thatilefy ebrapett,
ton. Every article offered tar sale to wrtrrented te be
Made of the best material and by eampetent *Mauna
, which will befall, - denim:nitrated on an examination them*
1 - 0 E - .
711171CKS AND VALISES.—tiIe would also call the
atteuOnt apenrena wnnting,32 goad neat and cheap and
,abstorial Trunk Dr Valise to lila aasontznent. junel7,t3.
-H. GORDON REPS ON HAND
h large assortateakif EistaTie, 14711rittitsrV61liik -
Blind Brldtes Hiding Bridles , Halters, GirthinlB44l
Oat Saw Lea 4 Heins, Halter Rad Mitching
fitrapeJ Wagon Meg, Wcodert Stlmps covered or un.
CARTRIDGE BOXES .—C. H. GOR;
, C./ vim us supp ly of CoitridgiSO.tes that Ali hold
fdrty•ttire of Henry's - nopeating Rte Cartridges, Cidl
and we, one and till.
rpo PERSONS WHO OWN HVRSEj.—I•
Hot, to ease Cant and Oats.—Thry youttelf a good
Bone Blanket at O. 11. GORDON'S and keep your
Down warm "
CH.GO OF BUSI;
. at•• 1$ •D So AM* ang, oa• door South ofpr.
J. L. linamerotrs 7•rro, QA SA.
XI , G
one door west
and all the best
- vat te.
II A. - , B D W .R E
Hyre openvl theit.Ftore
$ - : I or' "Itch; &net,
nearly oppotte Mel: old plats of business,
stkk an exteasicet Stock Hazdsterst, Clattery, des.,
consistin in past of
• N f all;
; navels, ,
Grind Ston% -
Rocket Baines, Su .
Special attention N called
Bill Men aati
' as they ars -
Tia riaspiissi to forniali in Mir quaatits;
everything tothri c tinol
Call and eUrninb our rtork.
(OACT-1 .- AND •SADDLERY
, )e irWARE.
The subeeeiber respechhlly intime his friends and the
public, that he wutinues to carry ..un the above - bl.l.sillea,
et his old stand, on Main Street opposite the German Rr
termed Church, UHAItBERSBI..IIG,,PA.
!laving managed -hie I,4I3iTitTIL Saddlers wed Coach
stokers will rind la his Story Room a general assortment
of goods Fttitett to their several recialremeista. much as
Putt and Country• liogskina
• ' _ Saddle Trees raid Girthinsr.
fig Treeii, Pall PLite4, Tinned and Japanned; Gout
Mar, Stntiaing IVeb and Worsted Rain -
Web, lower than Cotton .1
Dames, Bits and Stirrups, Plated. Timed and Japanned
Coach Handles, note style*c Curtain Pruin; Hub Bands;
Brldio Franca; -Roaentos, tiltriceta aUt.Orstasuents; Iron
Plated and Wood UL Humes:
BITCKLES—BRASS, SILVER AND JAJ'ANNED,
all Styles and Pattetns ; "soh- and Wooden Martingale
Rings, Stump Joints, and tr varlety ofothergoodssuitable
for the trade. '
ALL KINDS OF PLATING, dt.c.., dmo with neatwas
and ?Antall. [4 14 s LEWIS WAMPLEIL
CHEAP .11A11.13'W A R,E!
BRAND Sri FLACK
Hndnfew goodd under the pavement, which were not
burned. ,' Such av Locthe,..Hingeo, Screws and other Rath
:sure. Sevidev, they have jot received front New York
and Philadelphia a very largiilot °foots, purchased much
Mealier than they are generally sold. They haying been
burned iiut, therefore -re otter true. Nails. Hinges,
Sere at theloweist figure.
We bust, uu hand about ld Tons Iron of different kinds.
irkith tre will f•ell !trim that it tun be bought in the city.
Also wo knee 100 kegs of Saks and Spikes. we offer at
Teen) to 10 debars per keg.
Cti Tr L'ILY.
Kni - rea and Prtrks. Scissor., Rcizara, Packet Kaivvs,
•Sixsens, jass recoil ad frank New 'York which we otter
Very low. sep3
CARRIA GE MAKERS' GOOl5B,
• at BRAND dz. irLACS!S.
QIIOVELS, FORKS AND SPADES AT
kJ .15 cents each and many other attialee which was in
the fire s which Carl be made as good as new
at BEAM) ia FLACK'S:
CEDAR WARE.—CaII at the Store in
UNDERLICH &. NEAD
FORWARDWO AND - COMNISAILIN MEnctWti
North Second Street, opposite the Cumberland Valle
Railroad Depot. Chambersburg, Pa.
Cars run re4pdarly to and from Philadelphia and.Balti.
AGENTS.—Peacock, Zell 6. Hindman, Na 8O Mar
ket St.. Philadelphia.
tyke,. Valley, Brulten Egg and Nati COAL. (duvet
&nen the, mines), Wilkeebarre and Ma Grove FOUNDRY
COAL LUMBER, SHINGLES, SALT, PLASTER and
,Ilanenek CEMENT, kept constantly on hand. FLOUR,
GRAIN and PRODUCE of all mrds purcimsed at the-
Intest Cash.prices. -
pt 9. n.l. tlttl2 DERLICH & READ:
THOS. L. Grutarre... JAcouZiux.e.
TIILLESPLE, ZELtER'&, CO,
AA PRODUCE AND PROVIRON MERCHANTS,
AND trif0LE.9.4.12 GROCERS,
Nortll•West corner of Sixth and Bitiriet Streets:
ONE OP VID OLDEST AND YOST uguanry =HEVES IN-
Cough', Colds, licl:u Cough, Bronchitis, Of
.of Astkni, lioarsenest,
Sore Throat, Croup and every
• affection of
THE THROAT, LUNGS .A.Ap CREST,
OCLIMI.iG EVES •
WISTARE BALSAM OF WILD CHERRY
So general boa the use of tbia remedy become, and
so popular IA it everywhere, than it Is unneoee
sery to recount its virtues. Its Narita speak
for it, and And utterance in theabundant
and voluntary testimony Otter many
vrbo from long suffering andsgled dia.
ease have by its use been restorto pristine
vigor and health. We can present a roam of ev ,
idenoe In proof of our ainertions, tbnt cannot be discreditel.
From Mr. Henry Eater; l'ilercoraborg, Pa
Gent/men Ido hereby certify that during the last ton
years I have been subject to frequent seem Coughs , and
Colds. Whenever I have experienced one of these attacks
have immediately resorted to DrWistarls Balsam of Wild
Cherry, and the result has always been to afford MS/speedy
relief I would- recommend this 'valuable article to all
those who suffer from Coughs. Colds. Pain in the Breast;
orally Pulmonary Complaint, feeling conSdent that it will
prove itself to be the best remedy in any of these Cases. I
would, however, caution the public againstear*arthless
counterfoil. a bottle Of which was once fumed upon me.
The use of this spurious Balsam did me more harm Than
good. The geuuieo Dr. Wiktar's Balsam of Wild Cherry
LS prepared by Seth W. Fuwle Sc. lkstiou, and has their
printed name, as well as the scrintek signature or "L Strive"
upon the outside wrapper of each bottle.
From Jesse Smith„Ess, c prrsident of the Morris County
Basin used Dr. Wistar'e 'Balsam of Wild Cheny for
about tideeu and having realized its beneficial te•
sults in ray family, it affords me great pleasure in recom.
mending it to the public as u valuable remedy in casese of
s vale lungs, colds„ coughs, &e. and a remedy which I
consider tobe entirely Innocent and may be taken with
perfect safety by the must debate in health.
From Hen. John E, Smith, a distinguished Longer
- !Wive un several oexasious usetl Pr. Wistar's Ralston of
Wild Cherry for seven, Colds, and always altb decided
benefit. I know of no preraration that is more etticacions
or more deserving of general tree._
The Balsam has also been used with expellent - effect by
J. B. Elliott, Merchant, Han CAW Roads, Md.
W/STAR'S BALSA)! or JVILD,pIIERRY.
None genuine unless signed "I. tiL'i7B" - on. the wrapper.
FOR BALE ItY
J. P. DINSMORE, No. 491. 13roothtitY, N. Y.
H. W. FOIVLE d Co., Propel:mom, Batton, and by all
REDDING'S RUSSIA SALVE
Heals Old Saris.
BEDDING'S RUSSIA SALVE
Cures Sams, Scalds andErds.
REDDIIki'S RUSSIA. SALVE
Cures Wounds, Bripusand Sprains.
REDDING'S RUSSLI SALVE . •
Caresl342s, Uleensaad Damns.
REDDDIG'S BURMA SALVE •
• Cares Bolt latent, files and Erysipelas.
BEDDING'S HUSSLA SALVE
Cures Ringworm, Cons, &c, &o.
NO FAMILY SHOULD BE iVITHOUT /T.
riP 0 2 4 25 oats a Son. A/
roe eats HT
L P. DRII9I,IORE, NA 491 Broadway, 'll, Y.
B. ya.POWLE h Ca,lCo. lB Tremont St., Baotou, madly
all Draitgists amiCouatly Stortkespam
AI A_LTIS3.OIiL LOCK. HOSPITAL.-:Pr.
JOHNSTON, the founder of this Celebrated Institu
tion, offers the most certain. speedy, and only effectual
remedy in the world for Illeets, Structures, B =4' lo
'Weakness, Pain in The Loh*, Constitutional Debility,
Impetenee, 'Weakness of the Book and Limbs, Affections
of the Kidneys, Palpitation of the Heart, Dyspepsia, Ner•
vows Irritability,. Diseases of the Dead, Throat, , Nem vr
skin; and all those settees and melancholy dismders ads.
ing from the destructive habits of Youth, which destroy
both'body and mind.. These secret and solitary practices
are route fatal to dielr.sietims than the song of the Spew,
to the mariner Illysstis,, blighting their meet bnMen,
hopes ornuticipatioaa rendering marriage, &e., inrpoedble.
Ilea espec who have beeome the victims Of
Solita • that drud.ht and dosttnctive habit which ant
annuany sweeps to an untimely grave thousands of young
men of the most exalted taloa and Manisa: intellect who
might otherwise have enuunced listening Senates with the
thandem of eloquence, or waked to eestaoy the livilar lyre;
may- Can with fan confidence.
- - -
• Married persons, or yroung men contemplating
being : J.lwatt of physical treaktiesnarganic &hi=
mien, &0., should immediately consult Dr. Johnston.
no - who places himself under the care of Dr. Johnston
may religiously confide in his honor as o gentleman, and
confidently rely,upon his shill no a physician.
ORGANIC NramoEss EIthiEDLATELY CURED -
AND FULL VIGOR RESTORED.
This diseMte& the_penalty meet flrgaentty paldby these'
who have become the victims of improper Indolence,.
- Young persons are too apt to commit excesses from not
being aware of the consequences that mmaayp ensue.
Now,Nrito that iudersrandsthe subjeot willprettodeny
Oust Me power of Procreation in lost soonerby those !idling
into inaproperhabit than by the prudent. Besides beingde
prived of the pleasure of hes/thy OfriVrialf , and the most
serious and destructive sympathy to mind and body arise.
The system becomes deranged, the Alined mid mental
powers weakened, nervous drPePtda, Palpitation
of Me heart, indigestimi, a wasting of the frame, cough,,
symtems tif conswnption.
Office No. 7, South Frederick Sou;
seven doom from Baltimore greet, East side, up the steps.
Be particular in observing the name tund number,, or yen
will mLitake the plaez. -
A BU 88 . WARII.ANTED IN TWO DAYS.
No',lfercery or Nauseous Drugs.
DR JOHNSTON, 'Member of the Itoyal College of
Surgeons. London, gradnato from one of the most eminent
Colleges of the - United States, and the greater part of
saw life has been spent in the hospitals of Lillith
P. 11.1 1 ,, Philadelphia nod elsewhere, has effected - acne et
the most astonishing cures that were ever known. 'Many
treithied witty ringing in the bend and ears when asleep,
great nervonsttess, being alarmed at sudden sounds, and
bashfulness, with frequent blushing, attended sometimes
with derangement of mild, were cared immediately.
When the misguided and imprudent votary of pleasure
find helm., imbibed the geed of this painful disease, it too of
ten happens that an 111-timed sense of shame, or dread of dis
covery, deters ham from applying to those who from educa
tion and respectability-can alone befriendhim, deln)ingtlll
the conStitudunal symptoms otthis horrid disease miketheir
appearance, such as ulcerate sore throat, diseased mate,
nocturnal pains in the head and limbs, dimness of sight
deafness, Dobson the chin, bones and arms, blotches on the,
head,-face and extremities, progressing with frightful 'rs,
pidlly, till At last the palate of the mouth or the bones of
the nose fall in and the victim of this awfid disease be•
tames a horrid object of commisseration till death puts a
period to his dreadful sufferings, by sending him to "that
bourne from whence no traveller returns." To such, there.
fore, lir:Johnston pledges himself to preserve the matt
inviolable secrecy; and hum his extensive practice to the
dent RoSpitals of Europe und America, he can confidently
recommend a safe =I speedy care to the unfortunate vie.
tins of this horsid. disease.
ft is a - melancholy fact that thousands fall victims to
this horrid dliense owing lathe unskillfulness of Ignorant
pretenders who by use of that dreadful poison, Memory,
ruin the constitution. and either send the unfortunate to
an untimely' grave. - or make the residue of life miserable
TAKE PARTICULAR IiOTICE.I
Dr. J. addressee the who-owe injured themieltee by
private and improper indulgences
Tam are nonce of the sad and melancholy effects pro
duced by early habits of youth, viz r--Weakness of the
Back and Limbs, Fame in the Heed, Dinmess of Bight,
LOU of ular Power, Palpitaelon of the Heart, Dye
pepela, :Nen 'at Irrit'ability, Derangement of the Digo
dee ranctiot.s, General Debility, Symptoms of Consump.
MF-XTALLI, the fearful effects on the mind are much to
be dreaded; loss of Memory, changer& of Ideas, Depose
sion of, Spirits, Evil Forebodings, Aversion to Bodety,
Self-Distrust, Love of Solitude; Timidity, d:c., am .91,1131)
of the evil effects
. . .
Thousands of persons of all ages can now Judge what
is the cause of their declining health, lasting thew vigor,
becoming weak, pale,. have Moguls:appearance about the
eyes, cough, and symptoms of Consumption.
Dr. JOIANATON'S INVIGORATING REMEDY
FOR ORGANIC WEAKNESS
- - -
By this great and important remedy, Weakness of the
Organs is speedily cured, andhill rigor rottener).
Thousands of the most nervous and debilitated, who
had lost all hope, have been immediately relieved, AU
impediments to Marriage Physical or Mental DisqraßK.
ration, Nervous Irritabdit , y. Trembling, Weakness or Ex
haustion of the most fearful kind, speedily cured by Dr.
who have injured themselves by a certain practice, indul
ged in when alone—a habit frequently learned from evil
companions, or at school, the effects are nightly Pit, even
when asleep, and if net cared render marriage tmpossible,
and destroys both mind and balk, should apply immediately
What a pity that a young man, the hope of his country,
the darling of his parents, should, be switched from all
prospects and enjoyment& of life, by the consequence of
deviating from the path of nature, and indulging In a eel',
rain secret habit. Such person s, before contemplating
should reflect that a eonnd mind and bodyare them:stag
vestry requisites to pnamoteconnubial happiness. Indeed,
without these, the journey through life becomes a weary
pilgrimage, the prospect hourly darkens to the view ; the
mind becomes shadowed with despair, and filled with the
melancholy reflection, that the happiness of another be
comes blighted with our own.
OFFICE NO. 7 SOUTH FREDERICK. STREET
TO STRANGER&—The many thousands cured at this
Institution in the last fifteen years; and the numerous be-
, pertant surgical Operations performed by Dr. J., witnessed
by the reporterspf the papers, and many other persdna,
notices of which bare appeared again and again before
the public; is a sufficient guarantee to the afflicted,
N. B. Thorn are so many ignorant cad worthless quacks
advertising themselves as Physicians, ruining the health
of the already afflicted, Dr. Johnston deems it aeceasary
to ptsy to those unacquainted - with his reputation; that Lie
Diplomas bang in his office.
TAKE NOTICE.—AIi letters must be post paid, and
contain a postage stamp for the reply, or no answer will
be sent [mu My,.
T HE GREAT FIRE AT
HEAD TIM FOLLOWMG CERTIFICATES:
CIWCIEBBOURG, Ang IS, 1864
Mrs**. Roam tr Watson
Gotacians, This is to inform you that the Sok par- ,
chased of you some thue since was subject to the great ,
Ike sridCh s consunied our store during the rebel Invasion,
of the 30th of July last.
We are happy to say that after ore had taken our safe ,
from the ruins where it had laid fora period of three:
3eat oontlitlo and
n. openk it,- we found our books and papers In an,
We would recommend yorre Bated to all porsons-wbe
wlek a good article. Yours, Only.
MILLER, HAMILTON d: CO.
Cnausaasiunto, Aug. 15, 1864.
Merits: Emu* Way= I
Gersamen withpleasure WA= youthatou opening .
ray Saksurebased from you some time since, on Sato? ,
day evening last, Just two weeks after the buming or odi
town bythe rebels, I found my books and papers in teucb
better condition than lexpected ; 013 opening the Wain
and papeers Ibund them perfect. My Safe was 01110IKki
great seat, on account of the comity of oils and °tick
oomburdbie matter I had in my °eller. 1 write you on some
of the ' , apex that was in my Safe during the the, that you
may see how weli it was preserved. I soon want my
Sate repaired, or a new one in exchange.
'Very respeonnily, yours, L. B. EYSTER. '
CII.OII3EttS2I3IIG, Aug. 15, 1864
Aftstr... er Watsrm
Genth•mr., In the dreedild fire which destroyed my
store and to, • ptniter portion of this town, Which was
- done by tile IChNif• on the 30th of July Lest, I had one of
Sour Fire-Proof Saks, purchased from you some time
since, which contained !fly books, papers, dm. After un
dergoing the violence of the flames, ned falling some ten
feet and remaining in the heated ruins fur a petiod of set'
entree days, it eas recovered from the burning =SS sad
I bare the gratification to inform you that its contents
were presen-td in an excellant condition, and as thin is
one of the many instances wherin your Safes have fully
sustained the good qualities atributed to them, I feel it an
afrr reable duty to render evidence of ate fact.
- Respectfully, yours, J. L. DECHERT.
CFLAMVERSIIIMG, Aug. 15, 1861.
ErJno fi Wigton:
Get/man : This is to inform you taut the Safe we
purchased from you some time ago was subjected to the
&e Attach consumed our office during the rebel invasion
on the 30th of July last. We are happy to say that the
Safestood the test of the Are well, and we recovered our
papers nom it uninjured. Very oespectfallY.
Ca. tasm.reo, Aug. is, IEOI.
MUST. Er 4714 4. Watson :
Gentle/me: I take this opportunity to infon'nyou dust
my Safe, which Is a No. 5 of your make, wain the great
ere which destroyed this town co the 30th of July.
I now have The pleasure to state to you that after I had,
taken the Safe from the ruins, where it - had been fors
period of 10 clays exposed to an Interne heat. on
the Safe I was pleased to find that all nay papers,
and valuables came out uninjured In the least, thus attest
ink the fireproof qualities of your Salamander Safes. -
Yours, respectfully, Cf LF. S. STLIKBAIJOR.
More Sales of the 6=o /Ma .
qtaatY an baud sad for
sale. Also, S • a7amander, Fire, and Barglar.Proar, Nation•
al Bank. Metrantile end frirellt House Safes, Vann-
Doors for Hanka and Stems, Sauk Locke, Lao.
EVANS & WATSON,
16 South 4th St., Plu7adeipaia, Pa.
L. B. EYSTEII. Agent for Chamhessanzir, Ys. iFeO3,
' WROUGHT AND CHILLED IRON:: "
FIRE AND BURGLAR•PROOF SAFES.
vAtrur DOORS AND LOCKS`
Every safe of thiamanufbcture Is from ens Inch to
imbes thick <according to else) of solid imik dated by
casting on to a network of Wtoeghj ups bats, Oat ta fas
tened, by Unica' Combination Lock, whiobbas no Hey nor
Rey bota tiros rendering it steam 1 9 / 9 5hust burglars, and
inside of this Iron wall Is attached thebeot dreproottilllng
known The great thickness of iron in these safes renders
them secure in a fire from being warped or drawls out of
shape by heat, or from being
_crushed by the fall of -wads
or umbers or its own tall The Vault Doors are liinehes
thick and: inches thick of chilled and Wrought bon sad
aro fastened by LUlles' celebrated Lock. Send Imam ,
/WS Of Etle•Ultltotb• entecribet, who wide am, go
ventral ran:arrant& GEO, W. PASSONS. —
•mnobl .fie tin Starke F 9 t, Protrrittrargr, Pa