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kist of 'loaners.
T .IST OF RETAILERS.—Notice is
L hereby ov en to an Wholesale' and Retail Dealers
engaged .111 the selling of Merchandise, Commodities or
Effects of whatever kind or nature, whether of thegrowth,
pnalact and manufactore=of the Crated States or of any
Foreign States, and to all Distillers, &e., residing within
the county of Franklin 'and State of Pennsylvania, that
they are classified and assessed by the undersigned, Ap
praiser of Mercantile Taxes, in said County, fur the year
2865, as follows:
CIIAMEEPJ3I3I.IRa. Class. seh
Cyrus Sprecher, Grocery 14 7 ta
J. Hoke L Co., Store 10 20 f
A. J. &H. M. White, Clothing . 13 10 1
E. Aughiabaugh , Jewelry 14 7
C. 11 Crenate!, Drugs . 14 7
- S. S. Shryock, Books 11 If
Metcalf & Hiteshew, Store 10 2
Peter Peltinan, Shoes 14
J. L. Dechert, Hats 14
John Goettman, Grocery ,. 14
Myster & Ben., Store 6
.Brant & Plank, Hardware 10 ,
Jacob Spangler, Drugs 14 •
Miller, Hamilton & Co, Stove , • 13
Etter & Eyster, Stoves 14
John tidy, Segura . 14
John Schofield, Grocery 14
.- t. B. Little, Confectionery 14
. .A. Shoemaker, COnfectionery . 14
___GeNicks &Bu.rilaart, Grocery.
Wm. C. McNulty, Segars
A. 8. Cramer, Variety Store....
D. 8. Fahnestock, & Son, Grocery...
AVClintock & Son, Hats
Jacob Sellers , Segars
J. S. Nixon, Drugs
Irvin & Hodes, Hardware
---,Jacob Hurteo, Shoes ....
Wallace & Co., Store S
. W. W. Paxton, Hats and Shoes 14
J. N. Snyder, Books
Was. Bowler, Grocery • 14
. Isaac Britten, Shoes 14
W. S. Soule, Albums 14
John Burt, Segural• 14*
G. P. Ewhberger, Grocers 14
-- A. B. Framesluck, Grocery 14
- • Alex. Fahnestock, Grocery: 14
John H. Lattma - i, Grocery- 14
'Lewis %Vampler, - Plater 14
8. M. Perry, Grocery 14
• H. B. Davison, Hatsand Caps , 14
F. G. Dittman, Jewelry • 14
E. D. Reid, Grocery . 14
41. A. Jacobs, Tobacconist 14
_ Jereph Deckelmyer, Grocery -14 .
8. F. Greenawalt, Begars 14
...-• A. Reiruunan, Jewelry 14
Michael Rum, Jewelry l4
George Lehner, Shoes 14
. Huber & Tolbert, Hardware 11
John Hass, Grocery • 14
P. Freis, Segars - • • ''' 14
John W Dittman Grocery : 14
Conrad Wagner, Grocery 14
Isaac Stine, Grocery 19
Ekon Washabaugh, Brewery
Geenge Ludwig, Brewery .
Gottlieb Seel, Notions . 14
Conrad Miller, Shoes 14
J. M. Wendt, Store 14
Henry Peiffer. Began; 14
Henry Feltman, Seger' F' 14
John Sheets, Clothing - . 14
A. J. Miller, Drugs ... 14
T. J. Wright, Books 14
J. S. Brown, Segars 14
_ - ,.J. T. Hoskinson, Clothing . 14
Huber & Lemaster, Grocery 9
J. L. Black, Store 13
H. Bishop, Albums ,-- 14
----- Marks lelheimer, Clothing _ 14
Frank Elliott, Clothing 14
Jacob Huber, Confectionery 14
C H. Bush, Tobacconist ' 14
-"'• Jacob Shaffer, Grocery ' 14
Jacob Shaffer, Grocery . ' 19
Moses Greenawalt. Grocery „.; 14
Joseph .Winters. Grocery 14
Wtn. Richter, Segars 14
T. B. Wood, Foundry :.... 13
W. T. Matthews. Segars 14
- Leonard Ebert & Son. Lumber and Coal._ 13
Wunderlich & Need, Warehouse 14
' Adam Wolf, Segal", 19
Grier &Co., Warehouse . 14
George A. Della, Warehouse 14
Oaks & Linn, Warehouse 14
Washington Nitterhou.se, Notions 1.1
G. L. Miles. Confectionery 34
Margaret Montgdmery, Segars - - 'l4
John Miller, Segue 14
B. L. Maurer & Co„ Lumber 14
_- Grove & Bro., Lumber 14
D. 8. Bomgardner, Lumber' 14
• Miss P. Bache, Fancy Store 14
----- Peter Niclas,,Carpets ' 14
.-- • wit .•
.._ . .
F. B_Shively , Store 12
Eli Films, Confectionery- . 14
- "J. Runnier &Co., Grocery.... i 12
Canner & Burt, Clothing ' 14
B Eby, Grocery et 1 . 14
W. M. Carl, Drags.;;. - : 14
h. A weneller. Grocery! ' I ' 14
Christian Hoover, 54ani...... : 14
Adam Goetz, Grocery , ---, ! 14
• J. Newcomer, Segnit..4 .. - 14
C. H. Kunkel, Hats and Shoes ' 14
John H. Hostetter. Drunk - % ! 14
' A. W. Welsh & Co., Hardware 13
Samuel Hostetter, Confectionery—, 14
Fetterhoff & Atherton, Books 14
_ Samuel Hammel, Arts and Shoes 14
Sheffert, Imbrie & co., Warehouse 14
G. W. Zeigler & Cu., Store !! 10
G. A Goetz, Stoves 3.4
Goeta & Witt Shoes 14
J. A Mum, Clothing 14
E. P. Humerickhouse, Confectionery 14
&Vitt & Ruda', Hardware 14
Prather & Kreps. Store 13
Maria Morton, Confection ry 14
8. H: Prather & Co.. Store 12
George Ilgenfritz, Factory • 14
Corwell & Damon-Foundry 14
• Philip Goetz, Grocery 14
James Barr, Stoves 14
. ' Wm. McCrory. Jewelry 14
. John Hertel, Flour . 14
Joshutt'Yqua, Grocery 14
John Burk, Segura 14
John Adams, Segall 14
• 'George Eby, Confectionery 14
Peter Smith, Shoes 14
D. S. Barnhart, Store - 13
Henry Spickler: Store 14
: C. D. Usher, Sorgo Mill 14
. . WASHINGTON.
Stoner & Stai . er, Drztgs --
.7 W. Miller Sonic
W. A. Tritle, Staves
E. Washabaugh, ,Segars
.7. Beaver, Variety Store.
Pins ZindorS, Confectionery
Ambenson, Benedict, & Co., Store.
.7. F. Kurtz, Drugs
IL Storehouse, Hardware.
J. ft Welsh & Son, Hats & Shoes.
G. & J. Header, Clothing
DAL - Russel, Stoves. '
Geo. Storer, Store
F. Foramen, Drugs.
C. W. Iggan. Jewelry
Isaac Long, &gam -.
Price & Hoetlick, Store..
Walter & Elwin, Flour & Feed...
A. G. Nevin, Begets.
Geo. Frick, Foundry
Samuel Frantz, Salt
Hoover & Shockey, Salt.
A. Sbockey. Distiller.
Peter Rouser, Store.
E. S. Bear, Factory
Peter Keckler, Store
Mt. ARO Iron Co., Furnace.
Mt. Alto Iron Co., Store.
Mt. Alto Iron Ca, Forge
Mt. Altolmo Co ,
E. J. Small, Store.
Peter Melfelt, Grocery•
Knepper & Elden. Store
Henry Bhieig, Grocery
Leiria Elliott, Store.
Elliott & Minter, Store
Stover &Winger, Store
Rock & Snrerners, Store
J. M. Cools, Store •
Daniel Benedict, Sorgo Mill
S. E. White, Factory --
Jacob Harekelrude, Ware Howse.
Stevens & Ahl. Furnace
Steven & AM, Forge
Stevens & Ahl o Store
Jno. P. Wallace, Stare
H. Embieb & Son, Factory.
Joseph Dice, Store
Harriet Piper, Grucery.....,....
Samuel Shively, Drugs
Samuel Etter. Gruce.y...,
Mary Ann Adair. Confectionary..
J. H. Cook b... Son, Store -
Robert Bleck, Store
Long, Sorg.? Mill
JdEbb Garver, Sorg° Mill
Michael Good, Fartoq
J. F. Ebersole, Sergi, Mill
J. A. Exeter, Paper Mill
Eyster & Heyser, Paper Mill
Stouffertrinklen Paper Mill
C. 11. McKnight, Store
Bcough &Son, Warehouse
Daniel Stouffer, Sorgo Mill
Christian Frantz, Salt
Christian Frantz, Sofia Mill
E. Pl,- Winger & Store.
David Newcomer. krugs:
Thomas Bowles & Sfra, Store
John Rummel, Salt; -
John Shirts, Hardware
Wm. A. MeKinstry. Store •
rD. M. B. Shannon, Variety Store....
Conrad Freshols, Grocery
Thdmas R. Sheller. Drugs
Mathew Smith, Shoes and Huts.
T.C. Grove, Store -
A. L. Coyle, Hardware
John Hock, Confectionery
P. E. Smith, Stationery
C. G. Low, Segtirs.
PETERS. 1 12
Thompson 6,... Bearer, Store
Ferdinand Senseny, Store. 14
Jacob Barger, Grocery 14
A. L Shoop, Grocery 14
McGuire & Hassler, Store . 14
Juo. Holler, Salt & Syrup - 14
Cook & Boyd. Store - 9
James D. Scott, Store. 13
8.,j,,, Ryder, Sergo Mill 14
Dixon &Elder. Store....
/31:min Forty, Grocery
•10$113 Zimmerman, st oo -
Win. PikGeary Stare--
Joan Grass, Distiller.—
Henry Lehner, Store.
J. B. &c W. Om Store
B,mttel Kntriely.- Drugs
J. B. Zearfon. Clothing
ktot of lattatlevs.
Joseph GiTeleY, Stare. • ' 14 700
Juhn Gish. Sap MiIL 14 700
Samuel Zook, Sorg.° Mill - 1,4 700
Wm. Kqrper, Store - ..... 14 7 00
Philip Simper. Store _ 1 3 10 to.
James P. Speer, Store . l3 10 00
Wm. G. Welellan, Store 14 700
A. A. Pomeroy & Bro., Store. 14 7 (1)
M. K. Skinner. Store.l4 7-00
B. W. Saltzman,' Confectionery?"' 14 - ' 700
John Creamer, Store
J. W. Everett & Bro., Store
Ferguson & Mackey 13 • 10 00
J. M. Rankin, Confectionery. • 14 -7 00
flEumnon & Clugston. Sorgo Milc. 19 7 00
S. B. Hockenberry. Store .....
14 - 7 00
Nimons & Rielly. Confectionery ' 14 7 00
W. R. Pomeroy. Store 13 10 00
William Johnson, Store 13 10 00.
W. A. Mackey, Store ' 13 10 00
Isaac Claggon, Stare
...• 14 , 700
J,`-W. Skinner, Store... -13 ND 00
McCurdy & Montgomery, Store 13j1.
W. S. McAllen. Store 14 4
J. H. Walker, Shoes
Carrick, Furnace Co., Furnace
Carrick Furnace Co., Forge...
Camel: Furnace Co.e-Store, .
AN APPEAL will be held on Saturday, the 15th day
ajApril, 1865. at the Commissioner's office, in the boronith
o Chumbersburg. when and where all persons interested
who are not satisfied with the above classification may at- -
tend if they see proper. No appeals ran be had after the
15th day of ApriL Given under my hand this 18th day
ofMarch, 1865. 11. E. %VERTZ,
march:39 Mercantile Appraiser.
GEO,. DEMERIT Sr. CO
303 BROADWAY, NEW YORK,
CIIAINL4rGOLD PENS AND PENCILS, ,
TO - BE SOLD AT ONE EACH. WITHOUT
And no'r to et paid - untll you know what you will rrrcire
SPLENDID LIST OF. ARTI,LES
ALL TO BE SOLD FOR ONE DOLLAR EACH
100 Gold Bunting CaSP3 Watolaes
100 Gold Watches
209 Ladies' VlRites
.'AO Silver Watches
600 Gold Neal and Vebt Chains . „
1000 Chatelain and Gourd Chain',
13000 Vest and Neck Chains
4000 Solitaire Jet and Gold Brooches... 400 to 800
4000 Coral, Lava. Garnet, &e., Brooches. 300 to ROO
0020 Gold. Jet, Opal, &a. Brix Drops.... 300 t 5 11 Ott
' SOW Genii; Breast and Scarf Pins 300 to 000
Siooo Oval Band Bracelets. 300 to rOO
3500 California Diamond Pitts and Rings, 2at to 00
2000 Gold Watch Kota 250 to 600
5000 Solitaire Sleeve Button, and Studs. 200 to it 00
3000 Gold Thirutiles . 1 (0) to 600
5000 Miniature lAlkets
3000 Mimature Locket,
0300 Gold Toothpicks. Cruses. .ke
3000 Fob and Ribbon SI idcA
r,OOO Cha..4ed Gold Rings 00 to 500
4000 Stone Set Rings 000 0 600
'6300 Sets Ladies' Jeixelry-4et & Gold SOU to 15 00
6000 Sets Ladies' Jewelry—varied ntyles '3 00 to 13 00
6000 Gold Pens. Silver Case and Pencil 400 to 00
4000 Gold Pencils. Ebony Holder& Case 600 to' 10 00
6000 Gold Pens, Mounted Holder id 00 W 000
All the coeds ht the above LiAt will be fold. without to
nervation, fur ONE DOLLAR EACH. C.2rtldeates of all
the various articles are pLteed in similar envelopes sealed
and mixed. ThPsa envelop. Trill h gent be mail. 4.;: de
livered at oar offiee, With°at regard to Olinice. Org reeeiy
ing a Certificate. you will see what article it remsonts,
.and it is optional with you to send one itollar, and resolve
the article named. or any other in the list of same value
By this'll:od, v e gy... selections from a .laried ttoek ot
fine goods, of thou best make and latent st lei, and st
trinsie worth, at Li nominal price, wlwle all has e Iltbanr
of sectulog artirles of the very highest vishle
In all transactions b 1 mail IN : n charge for fora-ash ag
Certificate, paying -postage, and doing the husinel.s.
rents e&b. Fire bertlfientes trill be sent for $1 El.•rcn
for ; Thzrtyfirr $5; Slity,fire EHO ; and One Hx n
• t •
We SUOU:d s.rppl3 roar ; our are
passed , , ` our V. urk of ouFrvallett e, el lonie , our
punctually el. , orr , cl: Ou7i.entra) loc..4tun brio(~ n , n,ar
the moot remote ponntl. Our gdiel...4 are new from jh•
manufacturer. and . n. 11.; latest Id most deilrable sts le..
The goads mutt be said, and tbe'Rrin, are ilrepbAlb..—
Ali arbeler, ordered are krwarded by return
We guarantee entire eatisLtetion it every' :13StaLee, and
there should be any person dlssausfiod itb any article
they may receive, they will immediately return it. and
the price will be refunded.
AGENTS.—We allow those acting as Agents Ten Centn
on each Certificate ordered, provided thoir remittance
amount to One DoDun.
The v. al coup.,ct w cents for every Certificate, and, re
taining 10 ceno, ?emit to us 15 cent% for each.
WATCHES;CLOCK:, JEWELRY. &e
Having just opened a well selected assortment-of goode
in my !inf., directly
•• • 14
Opposite the Post Office, on Second Street,
where my old and I hope many new customers will find
me during business hours. My old stunk having bow re
duced very suddenly on the 37th of J uly lust, I was cuur
kited to buy on
- Entire New Stoek of Goods,
which are of the Latest st} les and pitcerns, runnistlng of
Gold and Silver Rinported and American)
Gent's and ',01e , : Watebeq,
Jewelry of fine and medium qualities,
Fruit and Butter Knives,
Gold Pens of fine quality,
- Pocket Cutlery•
Razors, Strops and Brushes,
Silver Plated Spoons, Forks and Butter Knives.
I'o , get ijoar,
Sail and Tooth Itru.shes,
_ Redding and Pocket Combs,
• Aloreeco Satchel§
Large and Small Willer: Baskets.
The :annortment of CLOCKS in !Loge and of every co
tn•te on hand 'the 'HENRY REPEATING RIFLE,
which Min be tired fifteen rimu in that many ie.e.inile
Every - body should hate one for sett' detenre.
vited to ealb and examine them.
NMI OLS on hand and ordemilled for any kind that
mat lie wanted. Cartridges of sleet kept on hand.
, long expert e nes. I can adapt Spectacles to the sight
of the id,' as well t 6 middle aged. SPECTACLES AND
EY E GLASSES tn- Gold, er and Stec!
tsars on hand.
- Having. the agency for the sale of the celebrated null-
CrLAR AND FIRE-PROOF SAFE. manufactured by.
Faxxell. Herring Sc. Co., I will fill orders at the DIIIMIfiI,
tures price. All information in regard tolhem
The public are ins itml to call and examine the stiick.
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry 'repaired at low les to
decl4 EDWARD AtTOHINSAUCP.
....!;(). 520 ARCII STREET, :MOVE FIFTH, PMLAD.,
Dinnufueturer and Dentor in
WATCHES, FINE JEWELRY,
SOLID SILVER WARE„
AND SUPERIOR SILVER PLATED WARE.
LI IiuLDEN, INVITES 'I .I E A
[notion of iirsi T reader& this piper, I Owl, a t eholtia
fmvy thousiitallif his old patrons and tieitualutane, to
his unusuldly large non beautiful variety of AM E RICA N
& Imported wA'reliEs, CLOCKS. and tillegant
of JEWELEItdSILVEE WARE, de
7 °° I
nctfrly --70 t Market Street, I' hilattelphia.
SCHLOSSER'S DENTAL OF
FrcE on Second litieet, one Munro south
Market HOCIAN4 over Mighell's Shoe Store. nen
14 .7 00
'l4 7 00
14 7 00
12 12 50
14 7 00
14 7 CO
(CORNER DUANE STREET.) -
REGARD TO VALUE
each SlOO 00
.7! " 615 00 to $25 00
111 00 15 00
00 to 15 00
2 alto 700
400 to 900
2 00 to__ 6 00
CIEO. DEMERIT & CO
303 Broadway, New York
franktin Repoottory itlyintberiintrg i . a.
• - Groceries, %tr.
QELWI6RS & 131TRKHART
Pickles by the Dozen, and in jars, ready for the table,
Pickled and Preserved Fruits,
Jollys of all kindls
'P e a che s
Fine Ground CoNes, and Prime Teas,
Water, Soda, Ginger, Butter
and Sugar Crark,2rs.
Fancy Cakei and Crarkr•s, r;ty traketi
A l . 3 —Carri on the manufacture of all kiuds of Confuu
tionery. sell Raisons. Almonds. Fillxrts, Figs, Walnuts,
Oranges. Letaon4 and all Linda of Freneh and imported
Confectionery and Fruits. Call and examine for }-ourself.
No Charge for showing goods.
GELWICKS & BURKHART
FAR-MER•S LOOK T,O,
GELIVICKS & BURRHARTS
WHOLESALP, AND RETAIL j.EALERS
FOR YOUR FISH
Loral Parkaai-s of _yo. 1, 2 and :ti0..3 Mackere
FIZESIi AND CHEAP, In whole, half, quarter and eigth
Itrmg along Pl,lBlOO Iliteoz. Lard. Tallow, Butte
Egto,,Sonp, Dried Fript 114 g.. A , St., and get the high
est rash pore for thorn. WE. bought our Flsh in large
quantity.direet from first hands and will sell floor CHEAP.
STIT.h gna , antee4l as rFprfsnnted, or no sale.
ELW !CRS C BURK 1-1 A ILT
THE PEOPLE'S FINE
GELWICKS & BURKHART
Fisw e the largest a••.ck of goods in toIVD. Till, ns neknow
edged by aIL They do not confine theinseWeg to the Gra
,ry and Peoviitunlus'ue:s ab,ne but bay runt sell al In
every do,npthin .. the Fmallo,t Yankee n.
ton up to liogstieati, of Sugar and MolaEstK Gtuids!,
wholesale Cepentry 'Alerehants as cheap as any h..se
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS
Sell Queens:Ware, 'Stone-Ware, Brusb.,, Browns, Bed
rent, Wa4b Sperm Oft Whale oft ok,a Oil Ker
lene atlng Card, Curry Comba,
xrAIZKET 110 USE.—The undersigned
rev, trolly aiherne their tenenerottie teetteteernere, and
the ',abler generally that the, lntte reeieteeneci thee, we e ,
t ere, Sure en the neon, rly Pit etipled to the n 0.,. and
ladder Leeinteany, en the Markt t 11011,e, and tab. , to
111,then1 ut returning tile,, thank., rem the liberal patronage
lleretatore extended to them. • Their eettee .reeineelete to
n‘ery varier) let FAMILY (att./CI:RIES, yeeteed , eting of
lthan, ti)reere , Salt, Mac keret, lkellee, Sugars 'rem, Toe
'11111,110., Brennan. Buckets Cord, Twines, Glass--,
Qateeneeet.ere and everything; leeret,,fore Reid at their
t o n n e, id. te e eel ghee lt 111 eelwity. keep a stetil•
elent eete , , R een h,uvt tei enabled tie Inert the 41E•illalitti .10(
- the eeetaa,al/11 . cin - s - ruv i . noputE in ex
, ~ wr weeds ut eaSh unirket prier,. Don't forgatt the
te,eeet• e Market lime, ). thief , 0.0.14, fltail the Varner on
4,/ 100 11 laler 111 . 11E11 & LEm.‘srEn.
PREC 11 E R'S GROCERY STORE.-
) he ou.ler-ight,l lerg,,t stork of FAMILY
f;RIJC.ERIEK In bort% o fkißtt he offer, to ti,, public at the
looaot CASH I'IMUES. roe no, t;...ary t o enomerate,
as him box IN L large omit omplete.
prop, paid 61 et /I 'ICTRY PRODUCE in
ex7liange for R00d.... I torg.ll (I RU WSPRECIIER.
fIOFFEES, TEAS, SUGARS —Just re
v/ reivPd at E. U. REID'S.
—A fresh supply at
HAMS AND BEEF.—A large lot of
tre.lt titrPtt city llamh and Dried Iteet: at
ORANGES, LEMONS, RAISINS. CUR-,
rants, Citron. Lined Apples, DriP: 711erries.
FI S II .—N o. 1 Shore Mackeral, -Dried
Halibut, Pried Cl.w Shad, ea., at REID'S.
Ri CKIV HE AT AND HO NI NY.--Just
re. , :ved a lot of Neo. .ren.ey fre.h ground Buck.
o heat Meal ; pure Whole Ilounny, 'doup Beans, fee., at
N 10 N S .—Wetliertield and Country
Oathms a lure Fupply, at REID'S.
hrEROSINE OIL AND LAMPS.-Su
-11 Kerosine iMil.lllamhpr and Parlor Lamp,
Shades, Lanh a,, & e., at
GT. OL LO WA Y. 11710 LESA
. GROCER ..A.O COMMISSION MERCHANT,
545. MA 111 , Fl SrnEl: aboN e F,hh At rein.)
Philadel, Ll t. - aug,"24-ly
130015 aub ;-:1)oe5.
FEII.I)3IAN. hatving hiy ( l A ffir e
sit 13tana SllOl., Sc., at wholarale. on the 30thydiu.i
and finding It ins In, l`pirlit to resume ba.;ifiesn at his for
mer plaice im Mum street. I ha,: just r6tartied Crum the
City with a A LARGE AND ENTIRELY NEW
STOCK to a hich lie relit...voile:in, ate, the attention-.d
his old eu.itioner, anal lin ones us a ill lie ',leaned
to mite Idol a call, at lih NEW STORE ON SI.COND
irs CIIARLEY KL/AE'S brick Molding. nearly op.
I.llSite. the Post Otllee.• fin stock enitirsite, as ery variety
of Youths. Ladies' unit Men's ROOTS & hlloL,s, whiet,
for style of flninh, and durability of vx ear, .cannim he fur.
panned in the a iiiinty anal tilde!, twill lie sold at prices to
snit the timyn Ilat ing rirchased TILE LATEsr,sTYI,E
UP LAST:s, lie is prepared to woke Ciistinsier cork at
short notice by the hest workman in the ciolinty. With 11
(1:410iiti111) to be 11111i , Xillg . unit acconumiduting. he hopes
to mem a liberal align of parronave—itithout is dps,re
tam rnounpnlire, a m Im imam in, in our continua calamity, to
lice and 1.1 ICUs M.
Paracalar att,tion paid to all bad.. of Rrpairing.
TERMS CASII, AND PRICES UNIFORM, WITH
hes nlgo on !tend nod tor Mule, ennui,. Trunks, Tn.
HIPS, Carp , t Sack. Linnet] and l'apet Cuilurs, Parr,
Envelures, luk,tunds See! Into Sit ., &C,
' N. 13 —All }minnnni k, o tlinnie/vnr inilnined trill
please rAll and nnik,onne.lnttesettlno t ent that 1 mitt be
enabled to un'et toy loaner In Tie City, itiattit!ii
T 10 ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
_L JACOB IiCI'TON'S BOOT er SHOE S7'OBE.—
Tile undersigned tapes shit inillast al fetmnting histhatik,
Ste 0,..01,118 eliStolneri, and the piddle generally. for
the very liberal pitlrtrillige heiretidlite extracted 1(1111111,
and lnq a its his pre, a 1 Iniffhprilo4: Ili et /111hh , h With 'W. , '
ly every business man in town that he all still continue
to' remembered. lie has the pleasure of informing the
public , that he has opened his Store in the Baarmrnt of J
B. MrLanahnoes Threllenv, on Stiwnd Street, noir doors
North of the 3tetionliet Clair( h, where he le prepared to
offer a general. aeeortment rt Nen'e, Wiunen'A and Cbtl•
dren's !toots [tad Nimes eudtru4•ing hie icon and City WM,
Ithlethre a hieh, for e>n•lh§4• id . Style and durability are
superior to and of his former nod trill he offered at
prices to nwt an. Ile is in ‘Verkly lien PIO of thesis from
Philadelphia. whit li for beauty uud exerliem•e eauaot be
snrpasstvl Solltb at the Susnpteluinwl •
. . •
CUSTOMER WORK of et ery Nerip,ly done with
promptness—As he employs none but superior workmen,
be feels Justified in guaranteeing all work made at Ids es.
tablishmea. Don't. forget the place Four Doors North
of the Methadixt Chore*, Second Stew East Side.-
3'711_12.3C8, of the latest style, frum app red ntakerw, al
ways on band, and fur sale at a very small advance on
original pod. (aural JACOB HUTTON.
trees, Winn anb *cells.
TREES FOR SPRING PIANTING!!
We respectfully invite attention to ore
LARGE AND COMPLETE ASSORTMENT
STANDARD APPLES, 6 to 8 fee high.
do PEARS, sto 7 .
do CHERRIES, 6toB do
do PEACHES, 3 to 4e. do
do PLUMS. (on Piud) 5 to 6 feet high,
6:c., in large variety and of thrihrgrowth ;-also for ,
YARD AND GARDEN PLANTING, •
DWARF APPLES, on Paradise Mock
DWARF PEARS, on Quince do
. DWARF CHERRIES,
PLUMS, on Plum stock,
APRICOTS . or, Plum stool.,
GRAPES.—Delaware,-Diana, Concerti, Rebecca, Max
RASPBERRIES, best varieties.
CURRANTS.--Cherry, White Grape, anifeistarialur,c
al varieties. i .f
. I '
GOOSEBERRIES.—American and English.
STRAWBERRIE,S.—Triomph de (land, Wi 5011 . 11 Al
bany and other leading kinds by 1,(00 and 10,000; also
new Belgian Ntrieti,i, (see special
a large stock of -
SHADE TREES, FOR STREET PLANTING
embracing in part
SILVER-LEAVED MAPLES, S to 10 feet high;
SUGAR do do
NORWAY'," - do •
SYCAMORE do do ,
LILAC LEAVED-CATALPA do
ASH, several varieties do
EUROPEAN MT. ASH, 1 to 9 feet high,
EUROPEAti LINDEN Bto 10 dd
AMERICAN do Bto 10 do
ENGLISH ELM Bto 10 do
AMERICAN do Bto 10 do
embracing 'White, Blue, ITemloct and Norway SPRU
CES, Chinese, Golden, Nenaul, American, Siberian AR
BOR-V/T,E, CYPRESS iu variety, 'rid; B,lcediEtt, Say
in, and common JUNIPERS, Austrian, Corsican, White,
Scotch, Le., PINES, &c., &c.
HARDY FLOWERING; ORNAMENTAL SHRUBS
in great 'variety, including Altheas, beautiful single and
double varietiel, Bo= in variety, Firekering Currants,
Fersythia.b. Jessamines Lilacs, Mahanias (Erergreero
Moek Orange, Purple Fringe or Mist Bush, Spiraeas, a
large and fine assortment, Tamarir, Vilittrnums,
liar. in variety, Berberries, White Fringe, Debtzias
Euonvmua sm. Strawberry Tree s Ceanotbus, Tarterian
lioneyeu , •klea. &c.
embracing Etignotiaa, or Trumpet ;Creeper`, Clematis, ;in
variety, Cissus, (variegated leaced), , Honeyabeiles in vs
riety, Lyeinins. Wistarias, '
for edging, by yard, or Il' yards. ' -
AMERICAN ARBORVITX, for hedginganOcreena.
HONEY LOCUST, Osage Orange, aze.., &a !
ROSES. Bedding Plants, Sac., &c.
Descriptive priced catalogues mailed toapplicants. Par
ties purchasing in quantity will be supplied at 'A
reduction front retail rates. All trees taken up and pack
zd care, and shipped promptly as directed. Having
a large and superior stock we' are prepared to gffer espe
dal inducements to parties planting largely, Cemetery
companies, planting associations, &e,
Address - EDWARD J. -EVANS & CO.,
We invite attention to our large arid complke assort
FRESH A.ND, GENy
GARDEN SEEDS, ,
put uphy ourselves with especial rail, eiilinarlng over
jtoo of the choicest t arieties, including the following, Nix
Beans, Dwarf 12 varietie6. i Hfelod Mmk,3 rkrietieol.
do Pole, 3 do do Water 6- do -
Beets, ° do Mustard. 2 do
Broeoli, 3 do Mushroom Spawn,
'basset's Sprouts, Nasturtium,
Cabbage,: 10 varieties. Okra, or Gumbo,
Catrrots„ 3 do - On n, ' 3 varieties
Cauliflower, - 6 do -Parsley, 2 do
Celery, T du Parsnip, I 2 du
Celeriac, . Peas, 16 do ,
Coletrorts, Pumpkin,' 2 do
Corn Salad, Pepper, 4 do ..
Corn 5 do Radish, 10 do
Chicory, (for coffee.) Salsify,
Cress, Scorzonera, •
Cucumber, , 8 varieties. Spinach, 3 do
Egg Plam- 4 , do Sguasb,l 8 ; , do
Endive, 2 " do Tomato, 8 "do
Kale, 3 do Turnip, 8 do _
Kohl Eabi, - 2 do Herbs, .13 do
Leek; . ' Sugar Cane, 4 do
Lettncy_, -11 do Tobacco, 2- do
Parties at a distance can obtain Seeds by mail witbont
delay; w/ten ordered lb amount o r so cents or upwards,
they wlllbe seittpostafrc free, Corp. Beans, and Peas ex
cepted. IC ' hicbirrill replica. 15 cents per quart additional
Draggiits, Storekeepers; lara Dealers gencra/iy
supplied (in large or small qmintities.) at Wholesale
rates. EDWARD J. FAUNS & CO.,
No. 9 North George Street,
mnrch•lm . Yoetc, Pa.
T j izE. II I G ES T C E
IN CA s.ll IS PAID FOR
Rk.S. and Grey Fax, • •14-''
J. L. D "F. C H E - R T- ' S
HAT, CAP AND FUR STORE,
SECOND STREET, -
9PPORITE THE OLD ! ...0,„
k..rp< uli ci a ropotation of the
Coll anti get bargains.
0011 E TO -THE -- ,IIIAItKEP HOUSE
HA" TS. CAPS, BOOTS, SBOES,
W. W. PAXTON has Just openctra tine assort:neon)"
FIATS, CAPS. Bows and SHOES. at hie new (Retain
the hlarliet Home, where he can furnish all artlolga in his
crap far cook. • Some goods areiold staid prices.
A tine assidlnient of CANES. iIIhIBRRLLAS, CAR
PET CAOS, USES. &e.. &c., eonstintly an hand.
Call and esaloine our large stock of Koids.
ncptfl W. W. PAXTON'.
BLIMDS AND SHADES.-- 1 -
B. J. WILLIAMS,
No. 16 NOR'Pli SIXTH STREET, PHILADELPHIA,
MANUFACTURER OF -
VENITIAN BLINDS AND
The /argeri.anctfiltertasesortmeot la the city at the /meet
cash prices. STORE SHADES made and lettered.
march 29.2 re
HEALTHY, VIGOROUS 'TREES,
for sate the present season, embracing for
Alee is the
FOR LAWN PLANTING,
upwards of 60 varieties of
WEEPEW TREES IN VARIETT',
HARDY , ci.IMBING ,SEEELUBS,
D W A R F BOX
LAWN GRASS SEEDS, lg., dg
We issue, fur grawities distribution,.
WhIC:11 tan be bad on 4 , 0(10199.
SEEDS, BY MAIL.
'Mato, Chap o anli Suro.
AGRlccmmin CHEMICAL CO l .'S
_ The Fertilizers prepared by the Amiettlttiral Chemical
Co, (a Company 'chartered by the :Legislature of Pennsy
w ai l , with s capital of $W0,000,-) base been . pro - ved to
practice to be thi cheaper; most prmiltable and best, for
the Farmer, Gardener and Frolt - Imser, of all concentra
ted:manures now offered Many market The Company's
list embraces the following:
This Fertilizer is composed of night eeil and the fertiliz
eleme . ntsOf urine, combined chemically and mechani
tally with other t i l al uLs - d:,le' fertilizing 'aients and absorbents
Its reduced to a t,alveralEmt ecradition ; ready far im
mediate ass, glicrgithout loss of :ts highly nitrogenous fer
tilizing properties •
Its universal sipplicability to all crops and soils, and its
durability arid active qualities, are well known to be all
that agriculturists can desire. -
Price $3O per Ton.
'Pi is Fertilizer is largely composed of animal matter,
such as Ineat, bone, fish, leather, hair and sra 1, together
with chemicals and inorganic fertilizers, widch decompose
the mass, and retain the nitrogenoas elements.
It is a very valuable fertiliser for field crops generally,
and especially forpotatoes, and garden purposes.
Its 'excellent qualifies, strength and'hbefipuess, have
'Trade it very popular with - all who luive used it -
Price 040 per Ton. •
This highly pbc:sphatie fertilizer is pi:clicm.l27ly adapted
for th 4 cultivation of trees, -fruits, lawns and 'floseers. It
will promote-a very vigorous and healthy growth of wood
and fruit, and largely increase the quantity and perfect
the maturity of the. fruit. . For hot-house and household
plants and flowers, it will be found an indispensable arti•
cle to s4tue their greatest perfection. It will preVent and
cure diseased cOditiests of the peach and grape, and is
excellent for grass and lawns. '
It is composed of such elements as make it adapted to
the growth of sEkinds-of crops in all Muds of evils.
- The formula or method of combining its constituent fer
ingredients have received the highest hppruvai of
eminent chemists and scientific agriculturists.
Price 850 per Ton.'
PH-OSFW.iTE OF LIME
The .etericuLtnrat Chemical Company manufacture a
Phosphate of Lime in accordance with a new and valuable
formula by which a very superior article is produeed, so
u to be afforded at a less price than other manufacturers
charge. Practical tests have proved that its value, as a
fertilizer, it equal to the, best Phosphnte of Lime in the
Price $65 per Ton.
All orders of a Tan Or more; wnlbe delivered at the
Railroad Stations and the Wharves of Shipment, free of
‘narteige. Cartage will be charged on all orders of 6 bar•
rels or less.
One dollar per Ton allowance tor carte& will be made
on all sales delivered at' the Works of the Company, on
AGRICULTURAL CHEMICAL CO.'S WORKS
AT CANAL WHARF, ON THE DELAWARE
Office, 413 A, Arch St., Philadelphia, Pa.
The Company's Pamphlet Circular, embracing full di
rectioni for using the above Fertilizers, sent by mail, free
when requested. march9-6mos
FARMERS TAKEAviOTICE.—We are
prepared toeupply.GßOUND PLASTER to you at
the time reasonable price at oar mill. Send in your or.
dors at once. "
march2o4t* IifthiTOCI3SERY & BROUGH.
Matittare euttert U.
-H- ,A • R D W A 11 - E
HUGER & TOIfIiERT '
!lave opened their etore
nearly opposite their old place of business,
with an extensive 'stool of Hardware, Cutlery, du.,
. c:oneL;ting in part 43. i
- L.- Picket Knives, kn.
Special attention is nailed
prepared to furnish in any quantity,
everything in their line
Call and examine'enr stock.
COACH AND, SADDLERY
Tile subscriber rMpectAdly'inarms his friends and the
publib, that be continues to carry on the aboV'e business,
at his old stand, on,Atain Street, opposite the German Re
formed Church, CHAMBERSBURG, PA.
Having enlarged his business, 'Saddlers and Coach.
makers will find ru his Store Room a general assortment
of goods - suited to their several requirements, such as
Fair and Country Hogskins,
Patent Leather, -
Saddle Trees and Glrtbing.
Gtg, Trees, Full Plated, Tinned and Japanned; Goat
Hair, Straining Web and Worsted Rain
' Web, lower than Cotton :
flames, Bitt and Stirrnps, Plated, Tinned and Japanned
CoachliandleS, new styles; Curtain Frames; Hub Bands;
Bridle Fronts; Roseates,'Swivels and Ornaments; Iron
Plated and Wood Gig names.
BUCKLES-BRAGS, SILVER AND JAPANNED,
all Styles and Patterns; Ivory and Wooden Martingale
StampJointe, and a variety of otber goods suitable..
for the trade.
• ALL KINDS OF PLATING, Am.. done with menthes&
and despatch.; ' (46e141 LEWIS WAMPLER.
BRAND & FLACK
Had a few goods under the pavement, which were not
burned. Such as Locke, Hinges, Screws - and other Hard-
Ware. Besides, they have just received from New York
and Philadelphian very large lot of geasts, purchased much
cheaper than they are generally bold. They having been
burned out, therefore wcroffer Iron, 'Nails, Hocks, Hinges,
Screws, Boltsi Dill!, &o.; at th!!owest ,... figure.
TO BLACKSMITHS AND FARMERS!
We have on hari4 about 10 Tone hoe of different kinds,
which we will : sell lees than it can be bought in the city.
Also we have It3o kegs of Nails and Spikes, we otter at
from 6 to 10 dullars per keg.
Knives amt . Forks; Scissors, Razors, Pocket Knives,
Spoons, Sc.. just received from New York which we offer
CARRIAGE 11 AKE AS' GOODS,
:shoemaker. , Findin g s,
it BRAND & FLACK'S.
QHOY S, FORKS'ANDSPA.DES AT
25 cents Mich and many other articles which was in
the tire, which can be made as good as new
at BRAND A:, FLACK'S.
C EDAR WARE.—CaII at the Store in
the Alley. BRAND & FLACK.
20 CENTS!—Best quality KEROSENE
0n1y.% mite per quart, at the cheep Fancily Grp
°ay, corner of Main mad Washington Street&
E. D. REID.
R. B. FITTS, Geneno Agent.
els :kale street,
Builders and Contraaton,
as they are
Drugs - ant
MI L L
NEW DRUG STORE,
ote door wed t
j a a
WCLL ezt.EZIED groat
aad all the best
Vest End of Brown's Hotel
CR I P P L E S.--Johnston's Rheumatic
compound, at NIXON'S.
caCRATCHERS ATTENTION !!--Opl
and neer ride Itch speedily cured by
, NIXON'S OINTMENT.
REBEL ITCH-RAPIDLY CURED BY
GROUND ITCH YIELDS RAPIDLY
to the curative power of NIXON'S OLNTIEENT.
NOW IS THE TIME TO HAVE A
supply of NIXON'S CATTLE POWDER for all
kirk& of Stock.
MIXON'S DRUG STORL IS JUST
11 half-way between the Methodist Church and Weir
Hotel, same side, Second Street A full stock always on
SCHENCK'S SEA WEED TONIC. AT
COSTAR'S RAT EXTERMINATOR,
IiENNEDY'S MEDICAL DISCO VERY,
Lindsay's Blood Seazcher,
'Hostetter's Bitten. ,
_ Swaim's Panacea,
Hoofload's German ,Bitters, at
SOZODONT FOR THE TEETH, AT
BURNETT'S COCOAINE F 0 R THE
HAIR at - - SPANHLER'S.
SWAIM'S PANACEA, AT
A: Y R- S P. I L L S,.
Towasand'a Pills, at
0. H. CRESSLER, successor to REESER &CRESS,
LER, has opened in his new room, on Second street, oppos
site the Poet Office, where, every effort will be made to
sustain the popularity the old establishment had acquired
A oontinuadon of the liberal patronage which the firm re
ceived is te.,yettibtly solicited . A fair stock of Drugs,
Chemicals, and Patent Medicines is now. offered. Also a
desirable assortment of
and Fancy Articles in great variety.
KEROSENE LAMPS.—Every description of Rand
Lamps, Stand Lamps, Hanging Lamps and Side Lampe
suitable fur Kitchen use, Parlor use. Store use and Office
TILE BEST COAL OIL IN,THE MARKET
------ - • • - .
Family Dyes of all Colon. Eierything in a Druggists
a.'Prescriptions receive speeial attention, arid are
compounded with care and skill. C. H. CRESSLER,
Second Street, opposite the Post °lnce.
R I. S
WINES AND LIQUORS.
LAITMAN, BALLADE & CO.;
, 12880m - li NINTH STREET.,
BeTZKVI Cheanitt and Walnut &mete, Philsil
Gso. M. LAUMAN,
A. M. BALLADE,
J. D. BITTING. -
RIVESE, GARDRAT & CO/8
SUPERIOR COGNAC BRANDY,
VINTAGE OF I.KIB.
Each bettre !Paled with green wax nith the initial. of the
DAUMAN, SALLADE & CO
SUPERIOR OLD MADEIRA WINE
I FINE SHERRY, CLARET AND
B A R ND AN AN D A S
• 14 0 4 r IE CHA YT MF ON AGNE,'
OSBORNE le. CO.'S
irEET FLEE AND DELICATE
OLD PORT - WINE, —
Each bottle eealeti with yellow -wax with the initials of the
, LAUMAN, SALLADE & CO.,
- -To. 12 South Ninth Straa, pAlladelphi e ,
OLD RYE W - HISKEY,
I OLD WHEAT WHISKEY, -
j - READING WINES,
UMAN, BALLADE 4 CO,
AMERICAN LIFE INSURANCE AND
TRUST CO. Coroer Fourth and Walnut State's,
Philadelphia. Ineurwrated le , " Charter PerpetuaL
Auttiorited Capital,oo l ll,Oal. "Puid-CI, C a pital. emuson.
PeadelPhia, Feb. - 4, IBM
The Trustees have this day declared\ a Dividend of
FIFTY PER CENT, on all premiums reeelved , irpon II-
Tuat,POLlclEs during the year ending December 315 t,.,
ISM, audio force at that date, the above amount to be
credited to said Policies, and have also ordered the divi
dend of t&i on Purities hatted during that year to be
Paid, so the anneal premiums on said Policies are re-
velvet". • OFFICERS.
Prcsidect—Alexander Whilldin , •
Seceders and measurer—John S. Wilum.
Artnarp—John C. Sims:
BOARD OF TRUSTEER—Alexander Whitidin, J.
Edgar Thomson, George Nugent' Hon. James' Pollock,
Albert C. Roberta P. B. Mingle, Samuel Work, William
J. Howard. Hon: Joseph Allison, Samuel T: Bodine, John
Allman, Charles F. Ileaslitt, Isaac Hasleburst.
- vad. O. REED, Chambensburg, Pa., is the authorised
Agent of the American Life Insurance and Trust Com
pany, and is always prepared to furnish pamphlets or any
reformation wanted, and to take-Insurances.
DRS. J. C. RICHARDS and W. H. BOH.E; Medical Es`
REFERENCH . B—Hon. A. K. licClare, Rev. 8. J. NM
oqlls, J. S. Nixon; Chambersburg, and. Wm. 31,'Marshall,
Cushier of the Hagerstown Bank.
Persons dwiring information or wishing to insure will
please call on. or by addressing the tuatersigned they will
be waited on in an partof the Couldy or State. '
Mann W. G. REED Agent.
1 82-9- CHARTER PERPET g AL.'
FRA ARLIN FIRE INSUIWICE COM
PAN Y OF PHILADELPHIA.
On Jinnary 1, 1861
Loess Pad SISCR
PERPETtL4L AND TEMPORARY POLICIES ON
. LIBERAL TERMS.
Charles N. &molter, Isaaclee,
Tobias Wagner, Edward C. Dale,
Satnuel Grant. Geo, Pales,
Jacob R. Smith, • Alfred Filler,
George W. Richards; Pm. 3L D.
CHARLES N. RANCHER, President.
EDWARD C. DALE; Vice President.
JAB. VirnrALLlstEß, Sec'y pro. Lein.
DAVID OAKS is the authorized Agent of the Coal•
pony in Chambersburg, who will Earwig' all information
neceanany to applicants. r0ar9.34.
INSURANCE COMPANY OF NORTH
AMERICA. Incorporated 1794. Charter PerpetuaL
CAPITAL 8.300,000. Office 9.3' 2 Walnut Street. Phila.
delphia. The prompt pay-ment of Clalmsfor Lows during
the period of nearly seventy yearethat the Company has
been is existence, entitles them to tho confidence of the
This company will also - Insure against loss by WAR. or
Perseus melting to inane will please call on or address
the undersigned. W. G. REED, Agent, Chambersburg.
As Agent fur this Company, I um prepared to Cancel
all Perpetual as well tui Term policies covering property - -
destroyed . by the Rebais on the:3oth ofJuly, returning the
full premium paid on application at my
W. G. REED, Agent.
REFERE.VCES—J. D. Grier, J. Allison Eyster, Esq.,
Major J. C. Austin, CoL A. K. M'Clure. ' febB
OUR AGENT.—Mr. JOHN GROVE, of
tbambersburg, is the Generul Agent of the Frank
lin County Mutual Itomranish Company. June 7)
MASON do HAMLIN'S
sic.I.GDEONS were introduced some twenty years
since, and were succeeded by the HARMONIUMS about
nine years ago. The calitxET ORGAN was brought
to its present state of perfection only in the summerof
THE AUTOMATIC BELLOWS SWELL
has great advantages over any other invention otthe kind,
is capable of much finer elects than can be produced by
any other, and is more easily used by the perfin - earr, and
excels especially in capacity for express fon,
0 Please notice advance in prices. ._
CABINET ORGANS.--SINGLE REED.
No. 15. Fotir Octave, Single Reed, in Walnut or
Oak Case. 1410
No. 16. The Same, in elegant Rosewood Case 135
No. 17. Five Octave, Single Retett t in Walnut or •
Oak Case 130
18. The Same, in elegant Rosewood Cue.
No. 12. Four Octave, Double Revd, in Walnut Or
Oak Case. 140
No. 20. The Same, in elegant Reentrant Case. 163
No. 21. Fire Octave, Double Reed, in Walnut or
Oak Case 170
No. 2. The Same. in elegant Rosewood Case.— ZO
No. M The Same, in Solid Caned Walnut or •
Oak, with Walnut Carvings. 200
No. 14. Six Stop Cabinet Organ, in Walnut or
Cale Case . 300
The Same, in elegant Rosewood Case..—• - 360
No. 12. Eight Stop Cabinet Organ, in ,Walrait or
Oak Case. - 425
No. 11. The Same, to elegant. Rosewood Cane. 500
No. 24. The Same, in Solid Carved Walnut. 500
No. 10, Pedal Basa Cabinet Organ, in Walnut or
Oak Case. 60D
Casts of sara finish on hand, or raade to brrkr.
No. 5. , Five Octave, Piano Style, Rosewood Case.:.Blso
No. 6. The Same, Portable, Rosewood Case. 110
No. 7. The Same, Portable Walnut Case, 95
No. 0. Four Octave, Portable, Rosewood Ca5e...... 75
As Agents for„llessta Mason At Hamlin we are enabled
to sell at thekicesr--Vork prices, and charge nothing for
We have sold a number of their instruments, mid can
give numerous satisfactory references. '
8. 8 SIIRYOCK, Agent,
*abblerg ant Marino.
17 JEREMIAH OYSTER respectfully, returns his
thanks to his patrons for the liberal encouragement recei
ved from 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 nand. on East Queen
street, near the Franklin Railroad, Chambersburg whelp
be keeps constantly on hand every variety of SADDLE
RY AND 'HARNESS of his own manufacture, and he
is prepared to sell the same on terms that defy competi
tion. Every article offered for sale is warrented to be
made of the best material and by competent workman,
which will be fully demonstrated on an examination them.
TRUNKS AND VALISES.— Re would also call the
attention of persons - wanting.ta good neat and cheap and
substantial Trunk or Valise to his assortment. junell,63.
CH. GORDON KEEPS ON HAND
a huge assortment., of Saddles, Harness, Collars,
Blind Bridles, Riding Bridles Halters. Birthing. Sleigh
and Stage Lashes, Lead .Reins, Halter and Hitching
straps Wagon Lines, Wooden Stirrups, covered or un
CARTRIDGE BO XE S .—C. Goa.-
DON boa a supply of Cartridge Boxes that will bold
fortyllve of Henry a Repeating Rifle Cartridges. Call
and see, one and alt.
1110 PERSONS WHO OWN HORSES.-
How to save Corn and Oam—Bar yawners good
Horse Blanket of C. H. GOBDON'B and keep sour
el H. GORDON'S PLACE OF BUSI- -
• nes., is on South Main street, one door Smith of Dr.
J. L Suesserett's "Mee. Term, CASH.
AT I EW QUARTERS AND NEW STOCK
IA THE OLD CLOTHING.EMPORIUM,
IN TIIR BIAPIC'T
Chamdn, ler r. Pa.
The undersigned. after a tt... i ,rary, absence necessitated
by the destruction of Cluunbenthurg, bee again returned
and opened out In full blast In the Market'House between
Wallace's Dry Good store and Huber & Lemester's Gra
eery strwe, a large assortment of -
FALL AND WINTER GOODS, of every description
This stock consists of Ready Made-Clotbing such as
rarer, Coats. Drees Coats, Parrts, -Vests, I naor
DrasCers. &0.. also
GENTL FURT.USHING GOODS, such as
Cmgirts, Suspenders, G lore& Shawls, Handkerchiefs, Col
His stuck of Cloths for customer work consists of French;
English and Domestic munuliteture. 'Black Doe Skin and
Fancy Cassitners 121nek Satin, Figured Silks, Plain and
Fanny Cassitner Vetting which will be made up to order
fn styles to snit the taste &customers, on abort notice, and
Hat ing engaged a practical Cutter from the Eilst, lam
prepared to furnish clothing in the , most fanhionablestyles,
and as none but experienced workmen are engaged per•
suns may rely upon getting thee• work well done at my
Thankful' for the patronage heretofore bestowed, I re'
?)peetfully solicit a continuance of the Same.
.octl9 J. T. If OSEINTON.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL!
ROPES & TWEN'ES.
The undersigned haring putilsased the entire Stock and
Fixtures of the Rope and Twine Manufactory of J. P.
(fin, deed. respectfullir announces to her friends, and the
former patrons of the establishment, that she will continue
to carry on the business, in all its various branebes, at
on Franklin street, Chambersburtf. whereshe will be tam.
ed to receive the calls and °niers of the public. Allkiada
MIZE% and qualities of
ROPES, CORDAGE, TWINM,&C.,
always kept on hand or made to order of the best material,
and furnised at reasonable prices. In connection with the
above bUoj she Is also prepared to manufacture
HAIR, HUSK,. AND OVUM
as well as Horse Blankets and Fly Nets of supedOr qual
By and style. Persons in want of superior articles in the
above line are requested tonsil, or sendtheir orders, which
will beattended to promptly.
TOR PRINTING iii every style - done at
• the ogee of the FRANKLIN RePOPITORT.
- 4t0 1 :: : :,0_ 865 7
1 - ASSETS
I IN(X)ME FORD 64
MARY E GRAY.