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AmEnicAll LIFE INSURANCE AND
TRUST CO., Comer Fourth and Waintl,Ntreets,
Philadelphls. iscorp.ted C hattel Lc loS'ssal
Authorized Capital, awo,ooo. Cat.,
The Trustees have this day declared a -Dlvidetal `of
FIFTY PER BENT, on all preminms rec , ivedttpcnihill-
TUAL POMMES during the year ending' Dedgeber. - Mat,
18d3, and In force-at that date, the - abaci, ardiStialsto' lm
credited to said Nile/es, and have also - ordered the divi
dend of IWO on Policies issued-dining that -year' to be
ludd, as the annual premiums on road Policies - are re
ceived. - OFFICERS.
- &cram? and nurturer—J . obn S. Wilson.
Actuary—John C. Shim
'BOARD OF TRUSTEES.—Alexander Whilldhi. J.
Edgar Thoinson, George Nugent, Hon. James Pollock,
Albert C. Roberts, P. B. 'Mingle, Samuel Wort, William
J. Howard,Joseph Allison, Samuel T. Bodine, John
Aikman, Charles F.Reatlitt, Isaac Harlehinst.
WM, G. REED, Chambersburg, the ent herbed
Agent of the American Life Irsurance and Trust Com
=/2 always prepared to furnish•pamphlets or any
on wanted, and to take insarances.
DES. .1. C,Ricilalissi and W. H. BOTLE, Medical Er
REFERENCES—Hon. A. k. liYClnre Itet. Ei.J;
eoils, J. IL Nixon, Cbarnbersbarg, and Wm. M. IBuithall,
Cashier of the Hagerstown Bank.
Persons desiring information or wishing to hum' will
please call on, or by addressing the undersigned they will
be waited on in any part of the Conhty or State.
maa3 W, G. REED, Agent.
• 182 9 CHARTER PERPETUAL.-
PRA NICLINFIRE INSURANCE CO N•
- PAM' OF PHILADELPEIIi.
On January I, 1864
ACCIOTE D SUBITUB.
trickierruzi CiAnds, I • two= FOR 1864
Lone Pulp SINCE 1829 e 6,000,050
PERPETUAL AND TZ_MPORARY POLICIES ON
Charles N. Hawker, Isaac Lee,
Tobias Wagner, Edward C. Dale,
Samuel Grant ('eo. Pales
Jacob R. Smith; ' - Alfred rider,
George W. Richards, Fear. W. Lewis, M. D.
- , CHARLES N. BANCKER, President
EDWARD C. DALE, Vice President.
JAS. W. hi'MAISTER, Sec'y pro. tem.
• DAVID OAKS Is the authorized Agent of the Com
pany in Cbambersbnrg, who will furnish all information
necessary to applicants. maxi:SAL
INSURANCE COMPANY OF NORTH
AMERICA. Indirporated 1794. Charter Perpetual.
CAPITAL 8500,000. Office Walnut Street, Phila.
'delphia. The prompt payment of Claims'forLosses during
the period of nearly seventy yearn that the Company has
been in existence, entitles them to the confidence of the
Thiscompany will also insure against loss by WAR or
Persons y ‘ . uaing to insure will place call on or address
the rmdersigned. W. G. REED; Agent, Cbambersbarg.
As Agent this Company, lam prepared to Cancel
all Perpetual lilla well as Term policies covering property
destrbyed by the Rebels on the 30th of July, returning the
fan premium paid - cm application at my oMce.
W. G. REED, Agent
REPERENCV.B.—.I. D. Grier, J. /Mon Eyster,
Major J. C. Austin, Col A. IC. =lure. febB
, ntrE, AGENT.—Mr. Joint GRovE, of
Chambembnrgg, is the General Agent of the Frank
lin Connty Mutual luau ance,Ca®pa.. Jone 7)
MA -SON Zr, HAMLIN'S
MELODEONS were introduced some twenty years
since, gad Wm . snoceaded by the HARMONTIJ3IS about
nine years ago.• The CABINET ORGAN was brought
to its present state of perfection only in the summer of
THE AUTOMATIC BELLOWS SWELL
has great advantages over any other invention of the kind,
di ccgmb/eof murk, finer effects than can be produced by
any.othel and is more easily used by the performer, and
excels especially in amolity for expression.
rir Please notice advance in prices.
CABINET ORGANS.—SMLE Pron.
No. 15. Four Octave, Single Reed, in Walnut or
Oak Cart... $llO
No. 16. The Same, in elegant Rosewood Case ' 135
No. 17. Five Octave, Single Reed,. in Walnut or
Oak Case. ' 130
No. 18. The Same, in elegant Rosewood Ca5e...... 160
—No. 19.„ Pour Octave, Double Reed, in Walnut or
Oak Case... — • 140
No. M. The Same, IA elegant Rosewocd Case. 165
Na' M. FivetOctavdr Double Reed, in Walnut or
Oak Case 170
No. 24 The Same, in elegant Rosewood Case. MO
No. M ,The flame, in Solid Carved Walnut or
Oak,' with Walnut Ca a rgrin v. - 200
Na 44.• Six Stop Cabinet, Organ, in Walnut or
Oak Case 300
rf r. 13.- The Same, in eleganearewood Case. 160
No. 12. Eight Stop Cabinet Organ, t in Walnut or
Oak Case. 42.5
No. 11. The Same, in elegant Balsawood Case 500
No. 24. 'The Same, irt Solid Carved Walnut. 500
No. 10. Pedal Bass Cabinet Organ, in Walnut or
Oak Case. - 600
I Cases of retro finish on land, or made to order.
No. 5. Frye Octave, Piano Style, Rosewood Ctunt...Slso
No. 6. The Same, Portable, Rosewood. Case 110
No. 7. The Same, Portable Walnut Case. . .. • • 9111
No. 9. Four Octave: Portable, Rosewood Ca5e...... 75
rar Descriptive pamphlets furnished by the subscri
ber. . .
Aa Agents for Nessus. 3lnson & Bandin we are enabled
to sell at their New York prices, and charge nothing for
We have sad a number of tbeir instmtnents, and can
give numerous satiaEnctory references.
S. S. SilitYoCX Agent,
- N EW QUARTERS AND NEW STOCK.
THE OLD CLOTHING EMPORIUM,
DitHE 'MARKET HOUSE,
The undned, after atemporary absence necessitated
by the d.ffh , un of Chambersburg, has agaln — Mrnied
and opened out in fall blast in the Market House between
Wallace's Dry Good licit...and Hubei & LeMaststes Gro•
eery store, a lam assortment of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS, of every description
• and quality.
This stock consists of Ready Made Clothing ouch ab
Over Coats, Dress Coats, Pants, Vests, Under Shirts,
Drawer's . , &a, also
GENTLENESS' FURNISHING GOODS, such as
Cravats, Suspenders, Gloves, Shawls, Handkerchiefs, Col-
I. tans, Umbrellas, &c.,
' His dock of Cloths for customer work consists of French,
English and Domestic manufacture. Black Doe Skin and
Fancy Cassimers, Black Satin, Figured Silks, Plain, and
Fancy Cassimer Vestings which - will be - made up to Order
in styles to snit the taste of customers, on short notice, and
- reasonable terms.
engaged a practical Cutter from the East, lam
to furnish clothing In the most fashionablestyles,
',.. :111 - I — loste but experienced workmen are engaged per
(sons may rely upon getting their work well done at my
Thankikr for the patronage heretofore bestowed, fret
spectfrdly solicit a continuance of the same.
0ct1,9 - - J.T.HOSXI4B,OI;.
*attrierp aiD Martieso.
Q.A . DDLERY! SADDLERY-!!-
LVIEREMIAR OYSTER respectfully returns his
thanks to his patrons for the liberal encouragement recei
-ved froth them heretofore, and he would invite them and
the community generally, who may need any thing In his
• line, to give him a call at his new esand, on East Queen
street, near the Franklin Railroad, Chamberslmrg where
be keeps constantly on hand every variety of SADDLE.
fly AND HARNESS - of his own manufactare„and he
Is prepared to sel the-Sktne on terms thatdeffoompett.
tion. Every article offered for sale ia'werrented to be
,made of The best material and by competent workinan,
' which will be fully demonstrated on an examinaticththere
TRUNKS AND VALISES.—Re would also call the
attention of persons wantiag,ut good neat and cheap and
substantial Trunk or Valise folds assortment, junel7,63.
el H. GORDON KEEPS ON H AND
.._/• a large tirsortment, of Saddles, Harness,' Cellars,
Blind Bridles, Biding Bridles, Halters, Climbing, Siefgh
- and Stage Lashes, • Lead Reins, Halter 'and Hitching
Straps, Wagon Lines, Wooden Stirrups; covered or on
CARTRIDGE - BOXES .—C., - 11. - GOR
Cartridgeßoast that will Itotd , 1; bar a'nuTlY of forty-leo of Henry 6- Repeating Ride Cathrid g es. Ran
and sae; oneand *III.
MO-PERSONS WHO OWN HORSES.-
How to Are Corn and Oatr.—Buy yourself a good
Hone Blanket at C. H. GORDON'S and keep your
CH. GORDON'S - PLACE 'OF BUSI
.• .1111.6 on Sena Main etrua, one licku South of Dr.
J. L. Suesserott's office. Tenn. CM •11.
OTICE TO MILLERS AND MANU
- FACTIMERS.—The undersigned, 'Saving been en.
gaged for u number of years in the business of ligru,m o
and RzmunrsoAnatlNG, SAW, AND PAPER Mills, is
prepared, with a regular Corps of praaical workman, to
execute all work in his Shoot' business, odtbracing all use.
fill and modern Improvements.
MILL. MACHINERY of every description furnished to
,enter. Cast Iron Submerged Water Wheels, Bolling
Cloths, Mill Burs, &e.. furnished at short notice.
' Contracts taken to furnish all material if desired.
All orders address to Mercersburg Franklin musty, Pa,
will receive prompt atfention, ffebl-3m•} M. HAYS.
TO DYSPEPTICS,,—Having been afflie
ted for a number of yeari with Dyspepsia, I was
advised to ty DE. WISH AIMS MEDICINE for that
disease. I derived great benefit and isommmentled it to
quite a lumber of my Mends and wbo were also mueb
beneattedby It, =lslmm testimonials can be had g aga .
..on try. Ilsave beet appointed by Dr. Wishati as Agent
for the Sale of hM Medicine, wholesale or retaU.
Matlcaltory Atm cnatabenburg Pa.
• TVL 1"i• SCHLOSSER'S DENTAL OP
jjelCE on Second liked, one 'quire South of the
Kukla Room, over illtuboti's Shoe Atom sag%
OIL - C OAIPAN Y
C L 41,000,000
MOOD MAKES AT $3,5 EACH 1
SM ,M OCO
PRICE OF FULL PAID VP SHARES $2 EACH:
64000 RESERVED AS WORELNG CAPITAL!
i I DIBECTOIL3,
N. SOLLENBERGEE, 11. M. DAVIS,
!A. D. CAl:Flits
lIAi:WILTON" M. DAVIS,
JA r atES M. SELLERS,
OFFICIF. OF nip, COMPANY,
224 SO€FTH FOURTH STREET,
I PIILADELPI3IA, PA.
The Property of Oa company correlate of one hundred
Acres in i fee simple; -Oa:We in Corn Planter township,
-Venano county Pennsylvania, within one-fourth of a
mile of the town of Plumer, and withit one•half mile o
the eelehrated Hmnbolt property, one of the most prodne
tive companies in exlstenee
The Rruperty is on one of the main branches of the itiel
ebrated:Cherry Ran, and within (me-fourth of a mile of
that stream. The land has an excellent formation for
boring 'imeeesafally, and the (=patty have already
propositions to sink wells on the property on lease, giving
the cony one•half of the Oil free of charge. 4eottoon
theotga i ciliation of the oompany is completed, leases
will be ie x e cut ed at once, and development pushed with
Tigoir: !The property is also within one and st half miles
from Pit.' Hole Creek,.-4 stream that is now producing
Oil very largely
Every effort at development on the property around
this land has been successful. The Columbia Oil Com
pany is located ivithin a mile of it, and itsatock ie lelling
for 850 per share. Then Cherry Bun, Carlin, and Impe
rial Companies are also located in the same imtpediat
section, on mueli the same formation, aut,their stocks all
rauk high on tira market, and nre intriarically very Won
The Conipauy bias bceu organized to prosecute the bu
sines.; legitimately, and stockholder; can,rrty npon vigor
owl and thorough development.
A limited number °tames can be had at $.? per Aare.
Sham ran De had for a short time from
1 AT TIIII
I COUNTING ROOM
I_ , - OAKS AND LTNICS
Porwaiding and Comniission House,
NOIFU MAI!,. STREET
LEI!.118 COOPEU CUA'S. U. &ULM I W.ll. TEM . }
00T'EE & GR A_ E
STOCK COMMISSION BROKERS. '°
NO. 11 ifEIiCIUNTS gICIUNCIE,
w. ideLel74o, Esq.,
O. R. Memonrmitb, Eaq
A. K. 2.l'Untr,
NOAH W. SOLENBERGER,
D. BRAINERD BABA
J. McDowell Sharpe, V•ri,
THE GREAT -REPUBLIC
MUTUAL OIL COMPANY,
PIikkApELPRIA... NEW YORK & BOSTON
40,000 SHARES, at Pax Value.
al Cents per Share, for Full Pahl Stock
00,000:W - wits, or $30,006 Reserved fur Working Capital.
ha - forming the above named company, great care has
been taken in the selection of properties, so a's to off
none but those well known to the public, and which have,
been tried and found to be the best yet developed. 'The
eistem of the organkating will be on the,mntual plan, the
flame as that of the PEOPLES EQUITAIILE OIL
COSIPANY, ithich wigs() soon taken and non• so eagerly
sought after. The working capital into be $30,000, which
will be a very handsome fund for commencing the devel
opment of theinitperty, swift iiihe intention of the mana
gers to pushthe work energetically, and with confidence
of the great success of the undertaking. The sub,eriptiou
has been placed nt theiow figure of 50 COMA per share, so
as to enable all to have a chance for investment in this
I rofttable business, where soizan ny fortunes have been
mide. 'The properties having been taken up some time
Since, at low prices, makes the investment doublpdesira
ble, on account of cheapness.
No. 1-18 a tract of 80 acres in fee simple, of ansurpass
ed oil territory, on East Sandy Creek, ADSOIN.ING the
ADAMANTINE WELL, or rather the property on
whieti this famous melt is sittinted. It trn strnek about
ten days ago. and is reported ns flowing 100 barrels of heaVy
lubricating oil. each barrel of nitich is equal to 3 barrels
aueh at is Obtained from Oil Creek. There 'timem to a
large numher of wells. This property has eighty rods of
'de , irnhle !wring - territory, frontinz on the Adamantine
Land.. with two good Coal Veins . in the Bluff
No 2.—A lea. for 14 years of 2.31, of all the oil oh-
ained do three iews. on Pithole Run, n hundied ?oda
from the mouth, as it empties into Allegbeoy River.—
These are Very finer• located on the run, and fine selec
ions. ANr ell is in progress, snit o into. completed with
Ita OS pup. , to thP COM pa
Nu 3.—ls 5 acre. in fen simple. upon this celebrated
ream N‘hieb attained 3 mrtorirt3 pos,, , ed by do
ther ,ection, for producing PETROLEUM, nu wells
having been put dom i n upon its lxirdert : bare failed to ob
train oil, and among those now flowing and pumping are
Phipp;Well; (just struck)
SLIPPERY ROCK CREEK
No.ol.—ls a low of .J 0 y O,IN. of i acres (7, , ths of ti-.
11 to the company) immediately 'tof the Creek and hut
a shurt distanee frothhe New Well at .7) Barrels Lubriea
log Oil, recently stritel by the Slippery R. eI Ciinwt,ny,
and which .tent their stock,from sl_oo per ,hare. to ..SO. in
The character of the ate, e Interest+, i.ituated a; they
are in the centre a what hi known as the Great oit Ba.
41M," shoOld certainly commend tbein.elves to the lrious
attention of thoe.e who comtempinte investion• in Oil Cain-
resoles, and are itusarpas.ed by any ns u laildt far nn bun
table and exiergeti, petroleum urgunitatioll and with
hat energy which the managenient are detennutetl to in-
fuse into it. it certainly must prove a good invegment..
The Books are notr open at the office of. the Treasurer.
President. CIIAS. W. REEVES,
Treasurer. C. T. VERKES. JR.
Ordere for vt.,ck received by mail
B URNING' SPRV.NC-1, & RUBLE FARM
CAPIAIriTOO ' .OA
:Ann', 21X1,000. Wuriing Capit g iti; 640,000
Par Value, e 4.50. Subrrreptian Price S 2 per Aare.
A. B. LONGAKF.R. Pres!Bent.
J. ALLIsON: Ensmt, Treas. C. B. PHALEII, See:y
J. R. Eby. Harrisburg, John White, Jr.. New. York,
A. B. Longaker, Norrist'n, J,llervey Jones, Pittsburgh
W. H. Schell. Philade., J. Allison Eybter,Rada.;
Alexander R. Ried Pittsburgh.
Office No. 2.08 South 4th street, (first door, back room.)
TERMS—eI per !hare at time of subscription, the balance
in thirty days. ded.ll
pato, titaps anb Snro.
THE HIGHEST P•RIgE
• - IN CASH IS PAID FOR
Red arid Grey For,,
T L. D E C 11 E R '1" S
HAT, CAP AND FGR STORE,.
SECVND STREET, ,
OPPOSITE THE old) JAIL,
Still keep up the reputation of the old stand
I:ff Call awl grt barglqp“
COME TO THE MARKET HOUSE
HATS. CAPS, ROQ?S SHOES.
W. W. PAXTON has just opened a line assortment tyf
HATS, CAPS. BOOTS and SHOES, at his new Store in
the Market House, where be can furnish all articles In his
line, elleop for east. Some goods are sold at old price,.
A fine assortment of CANES. UMBRELLAS, CAR.
PET BAGS, VALISES. &e.. ifge., constantly on hand.
Call and examine our large stock of goods.
sepWl W. W. PAXTON.
STEAM TO AND FROM THE OLD
COUNTRY.—The ss ell known favorite Clyde-Built
Iron Steamers of the ANCHOR LINE of Steamships,
"IIIBERNIA," "CALEDONIA," "BRITANNIA." and
"liNITED KINGDOM,' - .are intended to sail fortnightly
to nun from Nerd York, carrying passengers to and from
Lirerpool, Glargov, Belfast, Dublin, Watarford, Cork,
Limerick, Galway or Londonderry. These stearnMv were
built specially for One Atlantic trade. are disided tutu wa
ter and air-tight compartments.
RATES OF PASSAGE. -
From New Mirk to any of the above places : Cabins,
$llO and 8106; steerage, eis, payable in American cur
- - To New York Irma any of the above places: Cabin,'
;XI and eriO; eteemF, SQS, payable in gold or conivaleu
to American currency.
Those who wish to send for their friend:: can buy tick
ete at these rates from the Agents.
FRANCIS MACDONALD & CO..
6, Bowling Green, New York.
20 CENTS!—Best quality KEROSENE
only 2Q cats per quart, at the cheupEtuoily taro
eery, corner of We and Washington Streeta.
WL'A;TEIf TIME TABLE- FIVE TEENS DAILY
to and from Pilladelphio and Pionnsnrg. -am and after
Monday, Ode.. 31a. 18E4, the Passenger Trains of the
Penmyhmann }Mama 1 Company will depart from Tharin
brug nod arrive so Pt 'lmielphin and Pirtgburg a= folirmq:
THROUGH EXPRESS TRAIN leaves liruzisburg dai
ly as 2.45 A. M., and arrive. at West Philadelphia at 6.55
FAST LINE leaves Harrisburg daily (except Monday)
at 8.00 A. 3t., arid arrives at West Philadelphia at 12.40
P. 3/. passagger. take breakfast at Lancaster.
MAIL TR. IN leave. Harrisburg daily (except Sun.
day) at Liti P. Iz. and arrive. at West Philadelphia at 5.-
35 P. Id.
PITTSBURG AND ERIE EXPRESS leaves Hires
dairy (exccPt Sundays) at 11.15 P. U., and arrives at
West Philadelphia at 4.20 A. 3E.
HAIIRLSBURG ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, leaves
13,arrisbluy daily (except Sunday) at 4.00 ' P. U., and ar
rive. at M eat Philadelphia at 9.20 P.M. This train has no
connecion from the Wart. ,
COLUMBIA ACCOMMODATION TRAIN leaves Aar
risburg daily (except Sunday) ut 7 A. IL, and arrives at
Lancaster at 935 A. H.: connecting (except on Monday)
with the fro Line east.'
FTPTSBIIIO .110 ERIE EXPRESS leaves
burg daily (except Sunday) at 12.35 A. If., Altoona 6.50
A. IL. take breaktlnd, and arrive at Pittsburg at 12.4 1 JP.M.
BALTIMORE EXPRESS ' TRAEi leaves Harrisburg
daily (except illoutia)) at 2.2.5 - A. M.: Altoona 815 A.
take breakfast. and arrives at Pittsburg at 1.40 P. M.
THROUGH EXPRESS leaves Harrisburg daily at 3. 2
51 A. IL. Altoona at 8.15 A. 11., take breakfast and arrives
at,Patsburg at 2.4.0-A, M.
FAST LINE le: ves Ilamshurg daily (except Sunday)
at 100 P. IL: Aluxonsid 9.10 P. M., take supper, and ar
rives at Pittsintrg at 2.00 A. M.
MAIL TRAIN leaves Harrisburg dally(exeept Sun
day) at 1.40 P. U.: Altoona at 7,55 P. Id., take supper, and
arrives at Pittsburg at 1.30 P. IL •• _ - ,
MOUNT JOY ACCOMMODATION west leaves Lan
caster at 11.5) A. 31., connecting there with the Mail west;
leaves Mount Joy at 11.51 A. IL, and arrives at Harrisburg
at 1.00 P. M.
VIE HARRISBURG ACCOMAtODATION TRAIN
from Pittsburg . , which arrives at Harrisburg at 6.300. M..
stops there, possengers for East of Harrisburg lay' over un
til 11.53 P. N. SAMUEL D. YOUNG,
nov9 . Supt Middle Div. Penna. R. R.
ORTHERN CENTRAL RAILWAY
k FALL TIME TABLE.-=-Four Trains Daily to
and from Baltimore and WashinfflCM City.
Conuettions motto it idc trains on Pennsylvania Railroad,
to anal from P.ltsharg and the West.
0 1.11 TitAiss D.uLy to and from the North and
We-t BroCel. St,onalmmaglannirit and all of Northern
Lilt and err Monday. Pct. Thh, 1564, the Passenger
T ra i n s o f the Northern cemml Railway will arrive,at and
depart from Hanisburg - aud Baltimore rot follows 4 7
MAIL TRAIN leave.. Sunbury daily (except
Sumlav) 10:23 A.3L
leaves Harrisburg ' 1:20 P.N.
" arrives at Baltimore 5:40 P. 31.
'EXPRESS TIIALN leaves Sunbury daily (ex
.' . eept Sunday) 11:95 P.M.
leaves IT a rri sli urg (except •
tirri, es at Balt:more 7:00 A.M.
.11ARRISIWRH ACCOMMODATION leaves - -
A.H. Harrisburg 7:09 A.H.
SU .'BERI' ACCO3LMODATION leaves Ban
bury daily (ex. Sunday)... 7:30 A. 31.
PHILADELPIIII EXPRESS - TRALN leaver.
Sunburvidaily(ex.S inlay) 9,03r.m.
NORTII - WARD. -
31.111. TRAIN leaves. Baltimore daily (except .
Sunday) - 001 AaL
" leaves Harrisburg% - 1130 r.x.
" arrives at Sunbury • 4:111 P.M.
EXPRESS,' TRAIN leaves Baltimore daily... 9:30 P.M.
, On:lrElt+ at Harrisburg • 1:50 A-31
" . leaves Harrisburg daily (ex
' rept Monday)
- •' ..rrives at Sunbury ...... .... 3 2 0 53 . A.3L 4.11.,
ERIE ENPRESS TRAIN leaves Baltimore
daily (except Sundays) at.. 7:30 P.M.
Harrisburg daily (ex -
cept Sunday) at 12:35
• anis r, at Sitututry at. 3:25
AttlZIS ; ACCOINIJIODAtION leaves ,
2 ill Burre •
Balt t more dlairke.v.)loncLay 3:00 r.u.
• • wrirrs at HarriAmrz at 7:50 r.ll.
1 NW_ In At;t:l Llbiff/).1'11.02s Wares Har-
rich= daily lez. Sunday)-
The E 4 rie Exprem and Philadelphia Express at* through
sins to and from Erie and nll intermediate points.- Mail
and Express train, run through to Elmira
For findher information apply at the Oilier, iri Permsyl
solo 11.111 road Depot.
J. N. Di:BARRY, Gee. Supt.:
PHILADELPHIA AND - ERIE RAIL-:
110.114.—'this greiit line , trucerses the Noithent. and
Northwest conntiei, of Pennsylvania to the city of Elie, on
It lass been lead by the Pennsylvania Railroad. Corn
pony, and is (Terated by them. .
it. enttrp longth c‘us pened for passenger and freight
nosikkro. 0. :ober 17,11, left.
TIME 01' PASsIiNGER TRAINS AT HARRIRRVRtit
Mail Train 1:40 A. N.
1...‘ , 1; Mayan A(V0111111 . 0dIltion 1:30 I'. 31.
Mail Train 1:10 A. at:
1... k Haven Accommodation - 1:40 P.
1..0..ncer Earn rem throngh on Mail Train, without
change boil, ww) a between Phileulelphia and Erie, anti
Buitiumre and Erie.
Elegant Sleeping Care on Mail Train both ways between
Minna°loin, cud Look Haven, and on Elmira Express
Truto both svoy. N..twee', Wiutwa.por7 and Baltimore.
For information resporting•Passenger business apply a t
comer 20th and Market Streets, Philadelphia.
And for Freight bnsiness of the Company's Agents :
S. B. KINt.SI..N, Jr.. Cot. 12th and Market Sta., Phila.
J. W. ItEtlan.nn, - Erie.
J. Mi Agent N. G. H. H., Baltimore, Md.
H. H. HOUSTON',
Geo. Freight Agent. Phißnielpida.
• 11. W. OWINNEM,
Gen. Ticket Agont.'Phikolelphia.
JOS. O. PO'rTS,
Gen. Manger. Williamsport.
GI:IIBERLAND VALLEY & FRANK
-I.LN iIAII,II O ADS.—VII4NGE OF HOURS:—
On and nfter;Monday. October 31, ISA. Ptotenger Trains
will run dully, us fullewe (Sundays exeepted):
FOR. CIIAMIIERSBURG ..13 111.111LISAURG:
" Carlisle 6:30 10:10 2:46
Mechanicsburg 7:00 10:4:: 3:16
Arrive at Harrisburg 7:30 11:15 3:45
FOR CHASIBERSBURG AND HAGERSTOWN:
A.N. P.N. P.M.
Leave Harrisburg 8.05 1:40 4:15
" Meelutrueshurg. 8:47 2:20 4:50
" Carlisle 9.27 2:58 5:15
" Newville 10.05 3:34
" Shippenshurg 10:35 - 4:04
Arrive at Chambershurg 11:00 4:35 '
Leave Chambemburg. 11:10 4:45 -
" Greencastle 11:55 5:35
Arrive at Hagertown 12:35 6:15
Making Ouse connections at liaruisburg with twins for
Philadelphia, New York and Pittsburg, and with trains
tor all points West.
The Train leaving Harrisburg at OS P. M. runs onlyas
far as Cartwe. 0. N. LULL. Suitt
It R. Office, Clunb'g, Oct. 31, 3264.
attornrps at Rata. •
GM. &-W S. STENGER, ATTOR
• NESS AT LAW.—W. B:STENGER, District At
torney and Agent for procuring Pensions, Bounty Money
and arrears of pay.
Othce In James DnMeld's dwelling, on-the-Veat side of
Second Street, beta eon Queen and Washington Strnets.
& GEHR. ATTORNEYS
aptalc.-office oppodte the Poet Office. VVißlit,
tend promptly to all business entrusted to their care. •
P. S.—Authorized Agents for the cedlection of Pensions,
Bounty. flack Pay and all other claims against the govern
at D ECHERT'S
0 8 ffic E e - n E zi ß t ti E
s't re A e l i t ( , ) , IT n e a
t h t e L c a o Nl u . rt .
lionse, loam rty oncnpiell by Jer. C ook, E 3 t. All legul
'busbat ent.tate,l to his earn It ill retch e - prouit, t niten•
JOHN STEWART, ATTORNEY AT LAW
Oftleo on Second Street, a few doors South of the
Market Rouge. PENSIONS, BO LINT Y and other elaima
promptly inflected. _ [aug3l
LY A N S. CLARKE, ATTORNEY AT
LAW, Cbumbeysburg. OWee (at the old place) on
Market Streehsuearly opposite the Court House. isep2l.6m
TJ. NILL, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Of
• fire at his residFin, on Second street. octl9
rp B. KENNBDY, ATTORNEY AT LAM
• OMee on Market street. •0e,419.
C U IT G H N 0 M 0 R E!
Dr. Strieklund'aMellignous Cough Balsam is warranted
to cure Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Asthma, Whooping
Cough. Sore Throat, Consumption, and all affeeticms of the
Throat and Lunge.
For sale by C. 11. Craggier, Chambersbutig: - . General
Depot, No. 6 East Fofirth Street, Cincinnati, Ohio
n I A R II H M A!
• All the medical melt and the Pil,S recommend
DR. STRICKLAND'S ANTI-CIIIILERA =TURD
ns the only certain remedy for Dinrrha•n and Dysentery.
It fit combmation of Astrincenth, Absorbents, Sthuu•
lend am! Canninutives t ami Is Isartented to - effect a cure_
after all other means have failed.
nn- Sale by C. 11. Cre.lr.r, Chanwerliburg. General
Depot, No. ti East Fourth Strart. Cinciunati, Ohio.
S T t E
1. 15 , / ; D' S
Dr. Strickhuld'slo Remedy has mired thousands of
the worst eases of Blind and Bleeding Piles. It gives lat.
mediate relief and effects a permturt cure. Try it di.
coolly. It Is wurnnleil to cute. ,
For gale by C. H. Cressler. Clrnbetsburg. General
Do of 6 East Fourth Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. nov3o.ly
IySPERSIA, NERVOUSNESS AND
We eau recommend those suffering with loss of Appe.
tile, Indigestion, or Dyspepsia, Nervousness and Nervous
Debility, to use StricklamrsTonic. It is a vegetable pre,
partition, free from alcoholic liquors ; it strengthens the
whole nervous system, it creates a good appetite. and Is
warranted to cure Dyspepsia, and Nervous Debility.
Forliale by Druggists generally, at $1 per bottle. Pre.
paredb7lDr.. A. Strickland, 6 East Fourth Street, Pinata.
esti, Ohio. O. H. Oressier; Agent, Chembersbeerg, Pa.
E. D. REID.
Limo of Crab&
8:17 -*. 4:50
9:iX) la 3
DR. STRICKLAND'S TONIC
I L R,
at. Ms •
NETV - DIR,UG VEdi
One door ;Cert.
i.WELL sEacirx, STOCK
and all tbabest
P r ERFUMEBY.
Yest. End of Brown's Hotel
CI RIP P S.-Juhuston's Rheumatic
vv compound„ at NIXON'S.
SCR - ATCHEII,4 I ATTENIION ! !01(1 -
I\_7 -and new sty', Itch gre.HTy cured liy
- . - NIXON-8 OINTMENT.
TIERED ITCH RAPIDLY CURED BY
. NIXON'S OINTMENT.
ROUND•ITCH YIELDS RAPIDLY
tA to the curative power of NIXON'S OINTAIENT.
I$ THE TDIE - TO AiAVE A
supply of NIXON'S CATTLE POWDER for all
kinds of Stock. -
- I •
iSTON'S - DRtrer, -STOitl, IS JUST
h il iway between the Methodist Church and Seller's
Hotel, same side, Sedund Street. A fell stock alwasn on
sCHEIsiCK'S SEA WEED TONIC, AT
COSTAR'S RAT EXTERMINATOR
TrENNEDY'S MEDI9AL DT S COVERY,
Limh.sy's Blood &archer, > -
Hostetter's Bitters, .
Helmboldls %aim, ' ,-
.Ayer's SAniaparilla, e:
Swami!' Panacen, '
r„ Hoefland's German Bitters, at
QOZODONT FOR THE TEETH, - AT
• - SPANGLER'S.
BURNETT,'S COCOAINE FOR THE
HAIR at - SPANGLER'S.
AYE - It'S PILLS
Tommand's Pills, at
- - - - -
li• GS ! I . l_, tr G ! !
C. H. CRESSLER,. sUccom tontdrsua, ft. CitEs.4.
tatt„, „has opened in IlsltaUt.roorff;Aa.Seemid street, oppo-
site the Peet - Oftlce, whatelevalf4Xffolt will be. made to
'sustain the popularity the'oldnent had aqitired,
A ccintinuation of the liberal Which thafinn_ilet
eehred is respectfully soliolteff... stock of unkirit
Chemicals, and Patent...UW.(6;4mb; taw offered. Also a
desirable assortment of
Hair Brushes, ;
Cloth Brushes, '
Tooth Bruffies; '
and Fancy Artielei in Kreat, Tariaty..
KEROSENE LANTS.—Every deEkniptlon of Hand
,Stand Lamps, Hanging Lamps and Side Lamps
suitable fur Kitoben use, Parlor use, Store we and Ogee
THE BEST COAL OIL IN THE MAREET.
Family Dyea of all Colors. Everyttillig in a Druggists
line of basilica.
73 Presuip t cms .receivespecial atientles, amt = are
compoundeft.frith care and Ara all. 011£681.331t,
IA Second Strata, opposite the Port Office.
'TM PO,IIT E R S
WINES ANI) LIQUORS
LAUMAN, BALLADE &
NO. 28 Num NINTH STILV.kr.,
rkheeen Chubpdancl Walnut street, PAUsdelphia.
Geo. M. LAVILAN,
A. M. IDa.t.ADE,
J. D. BMW°, i
RIVESE, GARDRAT & 06.1 i
surEßtoit COGNAC BRANDY;
VINTAGE or 18:z;,
Each bottle sealed with green wit with the initials of th;
LAUMA23, BALLADE & CO.
SUPERIOR OLD MADEIRA WINE
FINE - SITERItY, CLAICeI` AND
ROCK worr4i• , •
FINE-BRANDS OF CHAIIPAGNE.
- VERY i'DiE AND IIELICATE
oit n P'o R I',
Each bottle sealed with yellow wax with the Intriail of the
riPORTFAI 1 1-T
LAUSIAN, BALLADE & CO.,
Na. 128 South Froth Sheer, PltilcddpAta
OLD R-YE W , HISKEY
OLD 'WHEAT WHISKEY,
, OBERHO'LTZ WHISKEY,
LAOMAN, BALLADK - & Co., ,
No.l South Ninth Street, PkilactelpAia.
H _W R
HITBEk •Sr.. TOLBEAT --
-HiT. ( ope ne d their stook
~ cfr Blain street,
- nearly oppesit4ll:::cil pbre, ,rst6sfirss, ..
with an exteusire, of iarei
iiitre, Candy; &e.,
• . consisting part of
Bsashes - -
,Cedar Ware, -
, - Pocket Knives, &c.
Spacial attention is caned' -
prepaied to furnish'in any quantity,
every-thing in their line.
Call aod examine one qtnek.
COACH AND: SADDLERY
. The' subscriber respeAtlly informs Ms friends and the
public, that he continues - to tour}- ure the above bubinets.
at his old eland, on Stain Street, opposite the German Re•
formed Church, CiIAXBEILSBURO, PA.
Haring enlarged his bu Sad-Wars and Coach
makers—will End in his Store Room a general assorhoen
of goods suited to their severhl requirements, such as -
Fair and Country Flegskins,
Patent Leather, •
Saddle Trees and. Girth
Gig Trees, Fall Plated; Tinned and Japanned; Goat
Hair, Straining Web and Worsted Rain
Web, lotrer than Cotton
Hames. Bits and Stirrups, Plated, Tinned and Japanned
Coedit Handiee, - new styles; Curtain Frames; Hub Banda;
Bridle Fyouts; Roseates, Swivels and Ornaments; Iron
Plated and Weial Carr Haines.
BUCKLES—BRASS, SILVER AND JAPANNED,
all Styles and Patrerng; Ivory and Wooden 31artlagate
Rings, Stump Joints, and a. variety of other goods imitable
for the triule.
- ALL KINDS OF PLATING, Se., done with neatness
and despatch. (decl9l LEWIS WAMPLEIL
CHEAP HARDW ARE !-
BRAND £ FLACK
Had a few goods - under the pavement, which were not
burned. Such as Locks, Hinges, Screws and other Muni
ware. Besides, they have just received' from New York
'and Philadelphia a very large lot of goods purchased much
cheaper than they are generally sold. They having been
hurried out. therefore we offer Iron. Nails, Hocks, Hinges,
Screws, Bolts, Oils. Glass, Paint, 4te.. at the:Direst figure.
TO BLACKSMITHS AND FARKEHSt
We have on hand about 10 Tons Iron' of different kinds,
which we will sell less than it can be bought in the city.
Also we lutve HO kegs of Nails and Spikes, we offer at
from 6 to 10 dollars per keg.
, Knives. and Fbrks, Scissors. Razors. Pocket Knixes,
Npoons, d:c.. Just received from New York which we offer
very low. seyeS
CARRIAGE MAKERS' GOODS
- Saddlers' Finding);
at HAASE, & FLACK'S.
Q.HOVELS, FORKS AN'D SPADES-AT
25 cents each and many ether articles which trio In
the tire, which can be made as goad as new
at BRAND & FLACK'S.
CEDAR WARE,—CaII at the Store in
X.) the . BRAlip.dc FLACK.
FORWARDING A. 1.13 COMMISSION MERCHANTS
North Se and Street, opposite the Cumberland Vall6
Railroad Depot. Chambernbtor, Pa.
Cars tub regularly to and from Philadelphia and Bahl
AGENTS.—Peacook, , Zell & Hinehman, No. 808 Mar
ket St., Philadelphia. ,
Lykens Valley, Broken'Egg and Nutt COAL, (du ect
from the mines), Wilkesbarre and Pine Grove FOUNDRY
COAL, LUMBER, SHINGLES, SALT, PLASTER and
Hancock CEMENT, kept etmstantly , on band. FLOUR,'
GRAIN. and PRODUCE of all kinds purchased at the
highest cash prices. , ;
Sept Y, 63. WUNDERLICH- Er. READ.
'PRA L. - Gru.s3riz. • Ji.coniEux.R.
it2I.I.LLESPIR, ZELLER .& CO.,
PRODUCE AND PROVISION MERCHANTR,
AND rrHatrsAtz__GßOCEßS, • _
North-Went corner of Sixth anektarket Sttetrts.
M PO! To R T " A N T
- I N TH A L, I D S
IRON THE BLOOD
It is well known to the medical profesdon_that IRON
is the Vital principle or Life Element of the blood. This
is derived chiefly from tie food we eat; bat if the food is
riot properly digested, of if, from any cause whatever, the
necessary quantity of Iron is not taken intothe circulation,
or *comes reduced, the whole system suffers. The bad
bloat will irritate the hert, o;n1 clog up the lungs, will
stupefy the 'brain, will abstlltsitie liver • and will send
Its amuse producing elements to all parts of the system,
and every one will suffer In whatever organ may be pre
disposed to disease. The great value of
IRON AS,A MEDICINE
Is well known and manoa - lodged by all medical men.
The difficulty has been to obtain such preparation of it as
will enter the circulation and assimnlate nt once with the
blood. This point, rays Dr. Hayes, Massachusetts State
Chemist, has been attained in the Peruvian Syrup, by
combinatiou in a way before unknown:
THE PERUVIAN SYRUP #
Is a PROTECTED solution of the PROXLDE OF IRON,
A NEW DISCOVERY IN MEDICINE that strikes at
the Root of Disease by 'applying the blood with is Vital
Principles or Life, Element—lron.
THE PERUVIAN SYRUP -
Cum Dyspepsia• Liver Complaint, Dropsy, Fever and
Ague, Loss of Energy, Low Spirits. -
THE PERUVIAN SYRUP
Infuses strength, vigor, and new life into the system and
butt& up an "Iron Cou.stitution.
THE PERUVIAN SYRUP
Cures Nervous. Affections, Female Complaints and all
diseases of the Kidneys and Bladder.,
- THE PERUVIAN-SYRUP
Is a SPECIFIC for all diseases • originating is a BAD
STATE OF THE ELOOD,•or accompanied by Debili•
-ty or a Low State of the Sy-stem.
Pamphlets containing certlticates of cares and recom
mendations frotnioute of the moot
Clergymen and others, will be sent FREE to any address.
JOHN E. WILLIAMS, Esq.;
President of the,Metropolitanßank, N. Y. '
Rev. ABEL SIEVEI9B,
Lath Editor Christian Advocate & Journal.
Rev. P. 'CHURCH, • . •
Editor New York Chronicle,
Rev. John Plerpont. • Lewis John son, M. D.,
Rev, Warren Berton, = Roswell Kinney, M.
Rev: Arthur B. Fuller, H. K. Kendall, IL D., .
Rev. Gordon Robbins, W. R. Chisholm. M. 11.,
Rev. 4 ,,,'lNantin Cobb, Francis Dana. D.,
Rev. T. Starr King, Jeremiah Stone, M. D.,
Rev. Ephraim Nate, Jr., JowAntonio Sanchez, M.D.
- Rev. Joseph H. Clinch, A:. A. Hays, M. D.,
Rev. Henry Upham, Abraham Wendell, EL D.,
Rev. P. C. Headley, J. It. Chilton, M. D.,
Rev. John W. Olmstead_ H. E. Kinney, It D.
Prepared by N. L. CLARK do CO., ezclusively for J.
P. DINSAINREi 991 Broadviay, New York. -
Sold by all Druggists. j
REDDI I NG'S :RUSSIA SALVE,
FORTY YEARS' EXPERIENCE
has AIR) , established the superiority of
. REDDING'S RUSSIA- SALVE -
Over 'all other healing preparations.
It cures all kinds of Sores,:ents, Scalds, Burns, Boils,
Incein, Salt Rheum, Erysipelas, Sties, Piles, Corns, Sore
Ups, Sore Eyesl&c., removing the pain at once, and re
ducing the most!angrydooking S wellings and 'Misname-
Bons as if by magic.
arrLy CENTS A BOX.
FOH RAMS BY
J. P. D/NSBORE, No. 491 Broadway, New York.
S. W. FOWLE & CO., NO. 48 Tremont street, Batas,
and by all Druggists. julvl3-eow•ly -
Build - ere and Contra/tire,
as they are
Marait,29f -.1 5565.-
iptALTIMORE - LocK HOSPITAL: —Dr.
JuP JOHNSTON, therfannd.er of this Celebrated Institu
tion,_ offers the most certain speedy, and only effectual
remedy in the world for taleets, Structures, Seminal
Weakness; Pain in the -Loins, Constitutional DdnUty. -
Impotence Weakneit Of the Back aad lambs, - Affections
of the /kidneys, Palpitaticatof the Heart, - Dyspepsia, tier -
sous Irritability,. Disentes of the Head, Throat, Now_ or,
Ain; and all those serial:ls and melancholy disorders aris -
ing front thellenroottre habits of Yen*, 'which destroy
both body readmits& These secret and solitary motives
are more fatal to their victims than the song of the Syretis
to the merit' ter: Tflyssinc, blighting
_thew mart britlinnt
hopes oranticipations, rendering marriage, fir„ impossible.
•yo - uxG MEN! "
Young Alen'e tindery, who bake beasts the victims ar
SolitaryTr ase,Hutt dreadful and destructive habit which nil
antinalty sweeps to an natimely grave thousands of pang'
men of thermal exalted talent and tailtiarttintelleat, who:.
might otherwise have entranced listening Senates with the
thunders oreloonenee, or-waked toetetaey the living ryte;
may eta with full confidence.
married persons; Cr young men 6ontemp3eiti4nwriars
being aware, of physical weal itess,orgenle debility, defor
mities, 6a, should immediately consult Dr. Johnston.
411 e-who places himself_ under the care of Dr. Johnston
may religiously - oonftde in hie honor as a gentleman, ; and
confidently rely upon his skill as a physician,
'ORGAIIIC NV:EAR - NESS DIDIEDIATELY CURED
AND puta, VIGOR RESTORED.
; Ills disease is the penalty most fr . equently pahltry those -
who have become the victims of nap:Ter Indulgences.
oupg - personv are too apt to commit eXecgief from mot _
Wing aware of the dreadful consequences that may ensue.
Now, who that understands the subject milpretendtodeny
thatthe power of Procreation - is lost sooner VC - those Ming
Into improper habitthan by the prudent. Bethielbeing
priced of the pleasure of healthy offipriug, and thb most
serious and destructive sympathy to - mind and body raise.
The system becomes deranized, the physical and mental
poweraweakened, nervous debility, dyspepsia, pilpltatlon
of the heart, indigestion, a wasting of the frame, cough,
symtoms of consumption.
Cilia No. 7, South Frederick &red,
seven doors from Baltimore street, East side , up the steps. -
Be particular in observing the name and number, or 3*On
Rdi ml..trike the place. -
A CURE WARRANTED IN TWO DAYS
No Mercury or :Nauseous Drugs.
DR. JOHNSTON, Member of the Reyal College of
Surgeons; London. graduate from one of the most eminent
Colleges of the United States, „and the greater part of
*harm life has been spout in the hospitals of London,
PAritc, Philadelphia and elsewhere, has - effected sane of
the_ most astohiehing easels that were ever known. Many
troubled with ringing in the bead and ears whip asleep,
great nervousness, being alarmed at sudden sounds, WWI
bashfulness, with frequent blushing, attended sometimes
with derangement of mind. were cured' irtitely.
A CERTAIN DISEASE!
When the misguided and imprudent votary of pleasure
find he has imbibed the seed of this painful disease, it too of
ten happenstl, at tm ill-timed sense of shame, ordread of dis
covery, deters him from applying to thwewho from educe
tb la and mgt.., tability can alone befriend him, delaying:till
the constitutional syruptomsof thishorriddisoisemukethair
appearance, such as ulcerated sore throat, diseased nose,
nocturnal pains in the head andlimhs, dimness of sight,
deafness, sobs on the elle, bones and arms, blotches - au the
liend, face and extremities, progressing with - frightful ra
pidity. till at lust the palate of the mouth Or the bones of
the nose Lill in and the victim of this awful disease be-,
comes a horrid obje.ri of commiseration, till death puts a
period to his dreadful sufferings, by sending hint to 'that
bourne from whence no traveller returns.", To such, there
fore, Dr. Johnston pledges himself to - presetve the most
inviolable serireer; and from his extensive practien in the
first Hospitals of Europe and America, he can confidently
recommend a safe and speedy cure to thennfortrinale
tim of this kovid disease.
It is a melancholy fact that thousands fall victim* to
this horrid disease owing to the unskillfulness - of ignorant
pretenders who by use of that dreadful poison, Mercury,
ruin the constitution, and either send the unfortunate to
an untimely umve, or makehe residne'oflifernisemble.
'TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE -
Dr. J. addresses thoee,ivh4 have injured themselves by
private and improper indulgences.
These are some of the sad and melancholj- etfecturo:
dared by early habits of youth, via:—Weakness of the
Thick and Limbs, Pains in the Head, Dimness of.Sight,L.
Lies of Muscular Power, Palpitation of the Heart, Dv . :
pepsin, Nervous Irritability, Demugement of the Dips
'live Functions, Genes-el Debility, Symptoms of Cousump
MENTALLY, the fearthl effects on the mind are much to
be dreaded ; loss of Memory, eonfitsion of Ideas, Depres
sion of Spirits, Evil Forebodings, Aversion to Society, -
Self-Distrust. Love of Solitude, Timidity, &e., are some
of the evil effects.
Thousands of persons of all ages can nosvjudge- what
is the cause of their declining health, bossing their vigor,
becomin,g.weak, pale, have ampler appearance about the
eyes. cough, and symptoms of Consumption.
lsr. JOHNSTON'S 'INVIGORATING REMEDY
FOR ORGANIC , WEAKNESS.^
By this great and Important remedy, Weakness of the
Organs is speedily cured, andfull vigor restored. -
Thousands of the mast nervous and. debilitated, who
had lost all hope, have been Immediately relieved, All
impediments to Marriage,. Thrsical or Mental Disqualifi
cation, Remus limitability, Trembling, Weakness or Ex
-haustion of the most fearful kind, speedily cured by Dr.
YOUNG- M.E1 , 1„
alto hive injured themselves by a certain - practice, indul
ged in when alone—a habit , frequendy learned then evil
companions, or at school, the effects are nightly fel4 even
when asleepy and if not eared render marriage impossible,
What a pity that a young man, the hope of his country,
the darling of his parents, should be snatched from all
prospects and enjoyments of life, by the-.eoneevikenee.of
deviating from the path of suture, and indulging In a cer
tain secret habit. Such persons,' before contemplating
should reflect that a sound Mind and body are the natedne
cessary requisitestomemoteconnubialhe ..'nest. Indeed,
without these, the journey through life “uunt a weary
pilgrimage, the prospect hourly darkens to the s view ; Hie
mind becomes shadowed with despair, arid filled with the
melancholy reflection, that the happiness of another be:
comes blighted with our own. -
OFFICE, NO. 7 SOUTH FREDERICK.- STREET
BALTIMORE. , . ,
TO STRANGERS.—The many tlionsands cured at tat
Institution in the last fifteen years; and the um:nem= tni
portant surgical Operations performed by Dr. J., witnessed
by the reporters of the papers, and many other persons,
notices of which have appeared again and again before
the public, Is a.suificient guarantee to the emitted.
N. B. There are so money ignorant and worthless quacks
advertising themselves as Physicians, mining the health
of thealready 'Meted, Dr. Johnston deems - it necessary
to say to ease unacquainted with his reputation, that his
hang in his office.
TAM NcrricP.;.—All letters must be post paid, and
contain a postage stamp for the reply, or no answer will
be sent. [mar 16.1 y.
THE GREA T FIRE AT
VICTORY i VICTORY I
EVANS & WATSON'S
READ THE FOLLOWING CERTIFICATES:
Camdtransistmo, Aug.-15, 1864
Messrs. Rrans ¢ Watso,n
Gentlanen This is ,to Inform yon that ;tut Safe Fin'
chased of you some time since was subject to the great
fire which consumed otsr store during the rebel b 11714011
of the 30th of July last..l
We are hhppy to say, that after we had Mien ore• safe
from the ruins, where it had laid fora period of three
days. and opened it, we found our books and papers in an
excellent condition. ,
We would recommend your Safes to alfporsons who
wish a good article. Yours, truly. ..
yff.LER, HAMILTON - ik.`:CO.
bIWEHEIISBURG, Ang. 15, /SSC
Messrs. Evans 4 Worsen: „ ,
Gendessen r I with pleasure Inform you that on opening
my Safe, piirehased - Prom you scene time slate, - on Saint.
day evening last, just two • vreeks after,the trotting dear
town by the rebels, I found my boots and papets inmneh
better condition than I expicted ; on opening the books
and papers }band them perfect My Safe was exposed to
great bent, on account of the annuity of oils and other
combustiblematterr. Ihrid in myceller. Iwrtteyvnoneome
of the paper that was in nay Safe daring the the, that you
may see how well it was - preserved. I will won wantmy
Safe repaired, or a new, one in exchange.
Very respectfully, yours, L. B. EYSTER.
CIid3IIIEREZMW, Aug.ls, 1864.
Messrs. Evans Watson:
Gentlemen: In the dreadful the 'which deshoyedmy
store and the greater' portion of this town, which was
done by the rebels on the 30thof July last, I had oni of
your Fire• Proof Salts, - prunhosed from you same thlie
_since,which contained my books, papers, &e. Ale,' nw
dergoing the violence of the flames, and falling some be
feet and remaining in the heated ruins for a period Gregg'
enters days, it wasrecovered from the burning masstted
I have the gratification to inform you that RS contents
were preserved in an excellent condition, and as this is
one of the many instances wherin your Sates have billy
sustained the good qualities atributed to them, I feel it an
agreeable duty to render evidence of the amt.
Respectfully, yours, J L DEVSERT.,
'CIiAMBERSBUIIO, Aug;ls, 1864.
Morrs.Erans 4, Watson:
Gentleman This is to inform you that the Safe we
purchased from you some time ago was subjected to the
lire which consumed our office during the rebel invasion
on the 30th of July last. Wi are happy to say - that the
Safestood the test of the fire well, and we reonvtatoar
papers from it uninjured. Very respectffilly,
'KEN - NED% J.: DULL
Mors Et... 4
waaa C n I : IAMMERSMIRG, dug. 2 6 , 1 .864 •
G"glanell'' I take this opportunity to inform yaa thq
my Safe, which is a No. 5 of your make, was in the great
'fun which destroyed this town on the 30th of July.
I now have the pleasure to state to you that am. Ibad
taken the Sate from the rains, where It hadbeen Rap:
al pe negd ri t od ve ; rep l t fl i7,w da cum ys: me
ri mu tites ed l m = an intense heat, on P=IS
the Safe.' mu pleased 'to find that WI my poPeze,
s in aiami the legal,
saim tliu.s 10t4,___ .
Yenta, resPeMinny, COL. F. S. STUMMTO*
More Bain of the same good quality on hantriagtict
gale. Also, Salamander, Fire, and Burglar -Proatt_ Na tl
at Mak, Mercantile and Dwelling•tionse Qanlb
Door's fur Raab and Stores, Bank Locks, '
L. B. EYSTER, Agent for Chambersbtug, °VA
y ilav ATSk
wDoucarr AND CHILLED -
FIRE AND 'BURGLAR-PROOF SA l ';c o .- -
VAULT DOORS, AND LOCKS. -
Every safe of this manufacture Is from COW inch to nto
inches thick (according to sise,) of solid iros,Afiled
casting' On to a network of Wrought iron banana is las%
tened by Lillies' Combination Lock, whichhas no 70:1,....,.n0r
Key hole. thus rendering it secure against btirlftolri
'hake of ibis Iron wall is attached the best fire- s r,
known. The great thickness of iron in thole
them 'secure in a tire from being warped- or drown nut af
shape by - beat, or from being _crushed by 00-14111 of wpm
or timbers or '
lLs own fail. The VatiltDc , are
thick and 2 inches thick of chilled and Wrought Iron°"'""
ure fastened by Links' celebrated Lock. fiendfia: awn
tars or price lists to the subscriber, who Is sok agent for
oentralPennsylvania. GEO. W. PARSONS,
weren't Am 110 Market fit, Harrisburg, Pa.