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' kIIERICAN LIFE INSURANCE AND
_Li mow co., Corner Fourth and Welnit - Streets,
4 Philadelphia. Thearporated 1850. Charter Perpetual.
ArtHiorized,Capital, 8500,000. , Paid-Up Capital, $250,000.
- . . Philadelphia, Feb. 4, 1864.
The Trustees have this day declared a Dividend of
.- PIPTIC PER CENT, on all premiums received upon hfu.
'MAL POOCtr..9 dining the year ending December 51st,
,lffel, and in force at that date, the above , amount ,to be
Credited to said Policies, and have also ordered the divi
- deb& of 1860 on Policies lamed during that year to be
paid, an the simnel premiums on caul Policies are re
Secretary and Treasurer—John S. Wilson. '
.4aucry—John C. Sims.
- BOARP OF TRUSTEES.—Alexander Whilldin, J.
- Edgar Thomson, George Nugent, Hon. James Pollook
AJbert o... Roberts, P. B. Mingle, Samuel Work „ Wallace
J. Howard, Honaoseph Allison, Samuel T. Bodine, John
AliP”s* Charles F. Heazlitt, Dealt Hazieharsl.
Wm. G. REED, Chambersbarg, Pa., is the authorized
. of the American Life Insurance and Trust C,otn-
. ~ and is always prepared to furnish pamphlets or any
rt urination wanted, and to take Insurances.
MIS. J. C. RlClLtan# and W. H. BOYLE, Medical Ex
REFERENCES—Hon. A. K. NClure, iI..M. S. J. Nic
ndlis, J. S. Nixon, Chambersburg, and Wtn. XL Marshall,
enabler of the Hagerstown Bank.
PC.170135 desiring information or wishing ,to izscire will
Pew, call on, or by addressing the undersigned they will
be waited on in any part of the Conhty or State.
maen . W. G. REED, Agent,
1829 CHARTER PERPETUAL.-
FRANKLIN FIRE IN:qTRANcE COM
PANY OF PHILADELPHIA.
'' On January 1, 1864
- UMEMED CLUM4, IscomE r0a1864
88,416. ' I • €4000,000.
81e Ins 134 . 000000
PERPETUAL AND TEMPORARY POLICIES ON
LIBERAL TERMS, ,
Charles N.litencker, Isaac - Lee,
Tobias Wagner, Edward C. Dale, '
Samuel Grunt, Geo. Tales,
Jacob 11: Smith, - Alfred Finer, .
George W. Richards, Pros. W. Lewis, M. D. -
CHARLES X. BANCRER, President,
EDWARD C. DALE, Vice President
Jas. NV. MALiasTER; Sec's pro. tent'
r. DAVID OARS is the authorized Agent of the Com
pany' in Cbambersburg, who will furnish all information
necessary to applicants. naarM-tf.
TNSURANCE COMPANY OF NORTH
AMERICA.. Incorporated 1794. Charter Perpetual.
CAPITAL $500,000. Office 222 Walnut Street, PhDs.
delphia. Tha prompt payment of Claims:for Losses during
the period of nearly seventy years that the Company has
been In existence, entitles them to the csmlidence of the
This company Will also insure against loss by WAR. or
• Persons wishing to insure will please call on or address
this undersigned. W. G. REED, Agent, Chambersburg.
As Agent for this Company, I am prepared to Cancel
all Perpetual as well as Term policies covering property
destroyed by the Rebels on the 30th of July, returning the
fall premium paid on application at my (Mice.
W. G. REED, Agent.
Rismaasugs—J. D. Grier, J. Allison Eyster, Esq.,
Major J. C. Austin, Col- A. K. M'Clure. !ebP
uit. Jokuic GiOVE, of
.Chambersburg. - Is the General Agent of the Frank.
/In Cotmty Mutual Insurance Company. June)
MASON 6z; HAMLIN'S
MELODEONS were introduced some twenty years
since, and were succeeded by the HARMONTLIMS J about
nine years ago. The CABINET ORGAN was br(mght
to its pm.erd state of perfection only in the summer of
THE AUTOMATIC BELLOWS SWELL -
has irrtatadvantages over any other invention of the kind,
is wade of much finer effects than 4rep be produced by
any other, and is more easily used by Map:former, and
exoelsespecially in capacity for expression.
L Please notice advance in prices.
No. 15. Four Octave, Single Reed, in Walnut or
Oak Case 8110
No. 15. The Same, in elegant Rosewood Case 135
No. 17. Five Octave, Single Reed, in Walnut or
Oak Case. 130
No. IP. The Same, in elegant Rosewood Ca5e..,... 160
N 0.1.9. Fear Octave, Double Reed, in Walnut or
Oak Case. 140
No. 20.. The Same, in elegant Rosewood Case. 165
No. 21. Five Octave, Double Reed, in Walnut or
Oak ClaSe. 170
Zia. W.. The Same, in elegant Rosewood Case. 200
No. 23 The Same, in Solid Carved Walnut or
Oak; WSlt Walnut Carvings. .5110
No. 14. Six, Stop Cabinet Organ, in Walnut or
Cak Case. 300
N,. 13. The Same, in elegant Rosewood Case 350
No. 12. Eight Stop Cabinet Organ, in Walnut or
Oak Case 425
No. 11. The Same, in elegant Rosewood Case SOD
No. 24. The game, in Solid Carved Talent. 500
No. - 10. Pedal Bass. Cabinet Organ, in Walnut or
Oak Case. 600
• Casts of mora finish on hand, or made to order.
MELODEONS. . •
No. 5. Five Octave. Piano Style, Rosewood Cam.... 0150
No. 6. The Same, Portable. Rosen ood Ca5e........110
No. 7. The Same, Portable Walnut Case --' 95
No. 9. Four Octave, Portable, Rosewood Ca5e...... 75
' L Descriptive pamphlets furnished by the eabreri.
As Agents for Siessrs. Mason 5: Hamlin we are enabled
to sell at their New York prices, awl charge nothing for
W.e.haTe sold a number of their lubtruments, end. can
give numerous satisfactory references. • -
8. S. SHRYOCK, Agent,
IMP OR T E R
LAUMAN, BALLADE & CO.. ,
NO. 19.8 SOL:TH EMIR STREET.,
Between Chestnut and Walnut &reels, Philsdelphig.,
GEO- M. LALMAN,
A: M. BALLADE, ,
J. D: BITTING,
RrirESE, GARDRAT & CO.'S
VINTAGE OF 1838,
Fnieb bottle sealed With green war with the Initials of the
LAIIMAN, SALI , ,,I.DE-k CO
FniE SHERRI', CLARET AND
• i . - HOCK WINES
AND AN AMSETMENT OF
, FINE BRANDS OF CHAMPAGNE.
OSBORNE & CO.'S
VERY FEE AND DELI6ATE
OLD PORT WINE,
Each bottle sealed with yellow wax with the initials ofthe
LALWAN, BALLADE & CO.,
No. It 3 South %nth Street, Phfladelphta
01 0 - EYE WHIS.KEY,
OLD WHEAT WHISKEY,
WERRT'S•WiIISK EV. - 44
No. I•'.P South Ninth Street, Philodolphia
lOrg anb jfattrn
GO o D N E S !
WM. WALLACE & CO
Are In receipt of a large lot 0 Good" bought at redo,
Id. A"kell% , t the late N ew Y or k . Auctions, to which they
1 h the attention of the prtbno.
To persons In want of Dry floods we say now is the time
To the ladles we offers large assortment of Dress
Black and Fancy Silks, _ ..,
. Spring Poplins, Daratheas,
Plain and Fancy, Wanes, &,,,
We bare a good assortment , corperi, Matting, Oil
Cloths, which we will sell low. ,
- tgr Cilli soar' and get bargains, nt
' nunc..b29 WEL WALLACE & CO'S.
,SEE HERE !—Stateiz Island I,aney Dye
- inff Estatblishniva !—The largest and most complete
STEAM DYEING& SCOURING ESTABLISHMENT
in t/H'lYOrld. GmndConiblnation of French, Geminn.dc
Ynnkee • Skill. - Alinbst every description of Silk and
Woolen Pabric,Cleaned and Dyed to give satisfivition—
Kil: GLOVES. Cleaned and Dyed in the first style of the
Art. 'New is the time, fur Renovating Spring Apparel.
- BARRETT, NEPHEWS & CO.
Philad'a., Once: 47 North. Eighth Shrtet, beta een .11a•
- let & Areb, East Side.
New York Offices: Noe. & 7 John St., und 71e Broad
* se, march'29.3m
GOLD 149!i AND DRY GOODS AND
Notions in proportion. at tho Cheap Cash Store of
lifETcaf.FE S HITESHEW, where you will a l w ays
foul a full stock to select from.
We have on hand a "beautiful assortnlent of Ladies
Coats. Oisculars, Sacks and Shawls: Bugle Trimmings
end Buttons. Carrell :Hoop Skirts, Oil Cloths. &a, at
ape) 5 METCALFE At HITESREW.
:YETI' DRUG STORE.
WELL 'SELECTED KTOCI.:
West End of Breuen's• Hotel
s CHENCIi'S SEAWEED TONIC. AT
COSTAR'S RAT EXTERMINATOR,
ENNEDY'S MEDICAL DISCOVERY,
is_ Lindsay's Blasi Searcher
Holland's German Bitters, a
OZODONT FOR THE TEETH, AT
BURNETT'S, ; EOCOAINE 1' 0 R THE
_EP HAIR at SPANGLER'S.
SWAIM'S 'PANACEA. AT
.IiYER''S P I L L S,
, Towasand's Pills, at
DRIT'GS - .! DAUGS!!
C. B! CIiESSI.F*, successor to IlEtsSa & CIWSS.
LER. has open in his new room, on Second !A, oppo
site the Post Mee, where every effort will t
sustain the pop rity the old establishment acquired
A continuation of the liberal nonage which the firm re
ceived is respectfully solicited. A fair stock of Drugs,
Chemicals, and Patent Medicines is now offered. Also o
desirable assortment of
loth Brushes, -
and Fancy Article, in great variety.
KEROSENE LAMPS.—Every description of Hand
Lamps, Stand Lampe, Hawing, tramps and Side Lamps
enitable,for Kitchen one, Parlor nee, Store tine and
THE HEaT COAL OIL IN THE MARE ST.
Family Dyes of all Colors. Everything in a Druggivos
line of business.
Prescriptign`s receive special attention, and are
onnpounded with care and skill - C. H. CRESSLER,
Second Street, opposite the Post Mee.
*abblerg anb jilaincos.
SAD DLERY! REMOVAL!!-
0 JEREMIAH OYSTER respectfully returns his
thinks to his patrons for the liberal encouragement reef,
red from then, heretofore,- and he would invite then, and
the community generally, who may need any thing- in Ins
to give him a call 01 his new stand. on Main Sire. t.
on the same site occupied by him prerions tattle tire. a here
he leer. constantly on hatd every surety of SADDLE-
Ity AND HARNESS of his own Manufacture, and be
it prepared to sell the same on terms that defy competi
tion. Every article offered for sale lo warrented to be
made of the best materiel and by competent workman,
which will be fully demonstrated on an examination there
TRUNKS AND VALISES.—He would. also call the
attention of persons wanting a good, neat and cheap and
substantial Trunk or Valise to his assortment. aprill9
H. GORDON KEEPS ON HAND
n large assortment, of Saddles, Harness, Collars,
Blind Bridls, Riding Bridles, Halters, Girthing, Sleigh
and Stage Lashes, Mend Reins, Halter and Hitching.
Straps. Wagon Lie. Wooden Stirrups, covered or un
CARTRIDGE BOXES .-C. H. GOR
bas a supply of Cartridge Boxes that will hold
forty-fire of Henry's Repeating Rifle Cartridges. Call
and see one awl all.
A. PERSth. S WHO OWN HORSES.-
How to *axe and Oat.—Buy yourself's good
Hum Blanket at C. . GORDON'S and keep your
Horse , . vrann.
IL GORDON'S PLACE OF BliSr-
V • nens in on Singh Main etrect, one d - o — or South of Dr.
J. L. Suesserott's attic•. Term, CASH.
attornevo at iLalz.
m. & Iv S. STENGEII, 4iTtOß
ul NEI'S AT LAW.—W. S. STEM.EII, District At
torney and Agent for prtstaring Pensions. Bounty Money
and orients of pay.
Office In James Duffield's dwelling, on the West side of
Second Street. between Queen and Washington Streets.
& GEH.R, ArroitsEys
►J AT Lew.—Oilice opposite the Post Oftlde. Will at
tend o nptly to all business entrusted to their care.
' P. S.—Authorized Agents for the collection Of Pensions,
Bounty. Back Pny and all other claims against the govern•
S EVEItErli. Attorney at Law.
• Office on Market Street, oppo.ste the Court
House, formerly occupied by Jer. Cook, Esq. All legal
butiiroct entrurted to hig care will receive prompt muta
JOHN STEWART, ATTORNEY AT LAW
Office cm Second Street, a few doors South of the
Market House. PENSIONS, BOUNTY and other claims
p-omptly Collected. [aug:il
rtLL, ATTORNEY AT LAW
seresidence en Second street.
TB. KENNEDY, ATTORNEY AT LA'W
• °dire 011 Market street. octl9
NIT 4. I
I C O O
ISSI SL O N
North Second Street, opposite the Cumlierland Valls).
Railroad Depot. Chambersburg, Pa.
Cars run regularly to and from Philadelphia and Bahl.
AGENTS.—Peacock, Zell & Hindman, No. 808 Mar
ket St., Philadelphia.
Lykens Valley, Broken Egg and Nutt COAL, ((hied
foam the alines), Wilkesharre and Pine Grove FOUNDRY
COAL, LUMBER, SHINGLES, SALT, PLASTER and
Hancock CEMENT, kept constantly on hand. FLOUR,
GRAIN and PRODUCE of all kinds purchased at the
highest cash prices.
Sept?, fia •
WUNDERLICH & HEAD.
Tilos. L. GILLESVIE. JACOB ZELLER
fIILLESPIE, ZLLER -& CO.;
PRODUCE AND P_ISION MERCHANTS,
AND WHOLESALE GROCERS,
North• West corner of Sixth and Market Streets, Phila
&Jidda. inta, Gl•tt
B LINDS AND SHADES. ---
B. J. WILLIAMS,
1 , 0.16 BUST)! SIXTH STREET, PHILADELPHIA,
MANI:PAM - 11MR Or
VEKITIA N BLINDS AND
The largest ..d.l l, .. l ‘..ntment in the city at tbakccid
cask prices. STOW'. Nita OF.S. nimbi and Inttanint. p ot
one door west
and all the ben,
KEROSENE 614 -
iUMbes ae* jelmeirg.
G E 0 . DEMERIT Sz.oo
303 BROADWAY, IMW YORK,
(MIME DUANE STREET.)
DOLD PENS AND PENCULS,
TO BE SOLD AT ONE DOLLAR EACH, WPtHOUT
REGARD TO VALUE
Andliat to be paici,until you kiwi chat you will receive!
SPLENDIb LIST OF ARTICLES
AU. TO BE FOLD FOR ONE DOLLAR EACH !
100 Gold Bunting Cases Watches each WOO 00
100 Gold Watches; 60 00
WO Ladies' Watches 35 00
500 Silver Watches 881 00 to Si 00
600 Gold Nock and Vest Chains 12 00 to 13 00'
1000 Chatelain and Guard Chains 3 00 to 15 00.
3000, Vest and Neck Chains 4 00 to 12 00
4g/0 Solitaire Jet and Gold Bruoches.., 4Op to 800
4000 Coral, Lava, Garnet. I:e., Brooches. 300 to. 800
7000 Gold, Jet. Opal, Se.. Ear Drops.-- 300 to 800
5000 Gents' Breast and Scuf Pi n s 3 - 00 to 800
6000 Oval Band Bracelets. 300 to 8 00
5100 Clasedßmcelets 5 Of/ to 10 00
3300 California Diamond Pins and Rings. 230 to 800
0000 Gold Watch Keys 250 to 600
5000 Bolitalre Sleeve Batton.4 and Studs. 200 to 800
3000 Gold Thimbles 4OO to 600
3000 Sfinlature Loete'ts 200 to 700
3000 Miniature Lockets, Magic- 400 to 900
2300 Gold Toothpicks, Crosses, &c 200 to 600
3000 rob and Ribbon Slides 200 to sOr
5000 Chased Gold Flings 200 to 500
4000 Stone Set Rings 1 4 2 00 to 600
6500 Sets Ladies' Jewelry--Jet & Gold 500 to 15 00
6000 Sets Ladies%reirelry,-varied styles 300 to 15 00
6000 Gold Pens, Silver Case and Pencil 400 to 2`oo
4000 Gold Penell,), ny Holder ..51-Ha...e , 600 to „Att i Nsi
6ogio Gold Pens,
,ontded holder 200 to 600
All the g-oodg ' , ilke above List will be gold, without re-
serration, for ONR DOLLAR EACH. Certificates of all
the variOLIS articles are placed in similar - envelopes sealed
and mixed. Tile‘e envelom will be sent by mail, or de
livered at our office, without regard to choice. On receiv
ing a Certificate, you will eee what artlelelt represents,
and it is optional with you to send one dollar, and receive
By this mode ice give oeleetions from a varied Mock of
fine goods, of the best make and latest styles, and of in
trinsie worth, at a nominal price, while allhavii a chance
of securing FatiCiNF of the very highest value.
In oil transaction.. by mail we elnag4 for forwarding the
Certificate. paying postage, and doing tbobunineta, 2.
eel:al-each. Fire certificates xif br scat for St; Eleven
:for Thirty for 85; Siznpfire 810; and Ont
We should supply your wants ; our facilities are unsur
Towed ; our work of unrivalled excellence ; our promises
punctually observed. Our central lcentinn brings us near
the most remote points. Our goods are new from the
manufartmer, and of the latest and most desirable styles.
The geode must be sold, and the terms are unequalled:—
All articles ordered are forwarded by return mail.
We guarantee flntireaatisfaction in every instanoe, and
if there should be any person dissatisfied with any article
they may receive, they will immediately retura it, and
the pnce kill he refunded. ' r
AGF-NTS.—Weiallow those nettng: as Agents Ten Cents
on each Certificate ordered, prodded their remittance
amount to One Dollar.
They trill collect 25 yeors for every• Certificate, and, re
tulning 10 omto. remit to no 11 rents for path
MTATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, &c
Raving just opened-a well selected assortment of goads
in my line, directly
Opposite the Post Office, en Second Street,
where my old and I hope ; many new - customers will find
me during business hours.l old stock having been re
dared very suddenly on thee3uth of July last I was com
pelled to buy an
Entire Mete Stork of Goods,
which are of the latent Cl) lea and patterns consisting of
Gold and-Silver (Imported and American)
.Gent's and Ladies' Watches,
J.,Ceiry of line and medium qualities,
- Silver Thimbles,
Fruit and Butter Knives,
Gold Pens of fine quality,
Razors, Strops and Brushes,
Silver Plated Spoons Forks and Batter leaves,
Nail and Tooth Brushes,
Redding and Pocket Combs
Morocco Satchels, •
Large And Small Willow Baskets,
• Flatiron, &cc.
The assortment of CLOCICS_Is large and of every va:
I have on band the IfEI . ..TRY REPEATING RIFLE,
which can be fired fifteen times in that many seconds.
Everybody should have one for self defence.
The public are invited to call and examine them.
PISTOLS on hand and orders filled for any kind that
ma's. be wanted. Cartridges of all sizes kept on hand.
From long experience j can adapt Spectacles to the sight
at the' old as well as middle aged... SPECTACLES AND
EYE GLASSES in Gqld, Silver and Steel Frames al
ways on hand.
Having the agency far the sale of the celebrated BUR
GLAR, AND FIRE-PROOF - SAFE, manufactured by
Farrell, Herring & Co., 1 will fill orders at the manufac
tures price. All information in, regard to them givea.
The public are invited to call and examine the stock.
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry repaired at low rates to
suit the titseit
decl4 EDWARD AUGH/NRAUGH.
Ni. ri..YO Audi STKzET, ABOVE FIFTH, PIMA!)
Manntnethrer and Dealer In '
WATCHES, FINE JEWELRY,
•?SOLID SILVER WARE,
AND SUPERIOR SILVER PLATED WARE
Em HOLDEN, INVITES THE AT
tendon of every . readerof this paper, which ineludas
Many thousand of his old Patrons and acquaintances, to
his unusually large use beautiful variety of AMERICAN
& Imported WATCHES, CLOCKS, and elegant designs
of JEWELRY, SILVER WARE, &e.
qci264y a 708 Market Street, Philadelphia.
#l,obacto' autt *egaro.
TACOBS' TOBACCO AND CIGAR
STORE.—Having re-bulit Tobacco and Cigar
Store on South Main street, (comer of Washinitton & Main
streets,) two squares from tho Diamond, I would invite ail
to mil and ex.amine.my stock, consisting of
CHEWING . TOBACCO:
Congress, all kinds,
Twist, all kinds,
Flonnder, Old Virginia,
Navy, - Honey Dew,
• Michigan Fine Cut, &0., Se.
Anderson Shorts Solace,
Tallman, Hart's Delight,
Plantation, Sunny Side, &o
Ruppee, Scutch, Coarse.
Large Hand, Big Lick,
- Cut and Dry, Danville,
Lynchburg. . , Darabaldi,
Janice River, - Grant, ~
• , , Mead, i ,
cop 21 J. A. JACOBS.
141E310VAL OF BUS H' 5 TOBACCO
xt, AND SEGAR STORE—The undersigned halt re
moved Ids Tobartm and Segar Store to Mk new room, on
SECOND STREET, next door to the Friendship ,Engine
Honor, where he will keep on hand a emnplete stork of
TOpACCO AND.SEGARS, Buchan Natural Leaf, Mich.
tgah and Smokingi Tobacco, Pipes, &e.
uprils C. 11. BUSH.
JACOBS & SMYSE R.
Manutitotareraand Wholesale Dealers in
TOBACCO, SNUFF,AND CIGARS,
N 0.310 NortA Titird Street, abore Vine, Wert Side.
r . l2 ' l Yl - PHILADELPHIA, PA.
J.JAcoqs, lite of Chamb'g, Pa. HENRY E. SMYSEE.
TIE. N. SCIILOSSER'S DENTAL OF
FICE on Second Street, one square South . of the
Morket Homo.. over Mitchell'■ Shoo Rtrifft. ' angel
- CO- franklin ittpositorn, elyntibtriburg, pa.
G ELWICKS & BU4KHAR,T
Pickles by.illp Daze; and 11114TP, ready l for the table,
GEO. DEMERIT & CO
303 Broadway, New York
Spiced Orsten, -
Jellyx of all lads,
Nine Grown! Coireeq, and Prime Teak
Water, Soda. Ginger. Butter
and Sngar Crackars.
Fancy Cake, and Craelerc, city baked.
Also—Carry on the manufacture of all kinds of Confcc
&nary, sell Raison* Almonds. Filberts, Figs, Walnuts.
Orangex, Lemons and all Mails of Fronch mad imported
Confectionery and Fruits. Call and examine for yourself.
No Charge for iihowing goods.
matrlo , 9
GELWICKS d BURKHART
F ARMERS L 0 0 - K T
YOUR ISTk.REST !
GELWICES & BURKHARTS
WIIOLESALE At4D RETAIL DEALERS
FOR YOUR FISH
1,000 Packages of No. 1, No. 2 and No. :IMackerel,
FRESH AND CHEAP, in whale, half. quarter acct eigth
Bring idoug Pottiteen. Bacon. Lard, Tallow, Butter,
'Eggs, Soap, Dried Fruit, Rao; a., 67e., and get the high
est cash price for them.. We bought our. Fish in large
quantity,direct bauds,amt:lrMselltheta CHEAP.
All Fish guaranteed as repiesented, or no sale.
T H E- EQPLE'S PINE
GELWICKS & BURInTART
Flare the largest stock of goods in town. This is sokoowl
edged by la They do not eonStai themselves to The Ciro•
eery and Pyo4lsion alone, but bay and sell almost
Osery description of goodo, from the gmalJegt Yankee do-
lion np to hogsheads of Sugar and Molasses. Goods sold
wholesale to Country Merchants as cheap alatry house in
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS,
Sell Qneene-Ware, Stone-Wan; Binslies, Broome, Bed
001 , /i. Wash Lines, Sperm Oil, Whale Oil, Coal Oil, Xer
oseno Oil, Lobriesttrug 011, Horse Cords, Curry Combs,
Flatters, Twines and Cords.,
- MEW ARRIVAL AND A f4 FURTHER
decline in prices at the &idly
GROCERY, GLASS AND QUEENSWAR.E STORE
OF E. D. REID,
Corner of Main and Washington sireets,
emulating in part of
Prime Green Coffee,
Teas. Sugnuy. Syrups,
New Crop Orleptis Irking
Fresh City Cured Bums (n - arranted prime).-
Dry Beet Rounds,
No. I Shore Mackerel.
. Nos. 1 and 2 Bay Mackerel,
Canned Fruite and Jellies,
Fresh Ground Spires,
Rod:lngham Ware. &e,
Also—A large and general assortment of
GLASS AND QIIEENSWARE,
Puireets of pure Granite Tea and Dinner ware,
Full Granite Chamber sett
Common Chamber sets,
A. large assortment of Granite awl Common Ware by
the piece or dozen.
Glass and Granite Fruit Stands,
Elemsene Lamps, Chimneys, &c., &c..
all of which have been bought for nett muds and will be
sold at a small advance for the same. The pe plea' hum
ble servant [april26l E. D. REID.
M ARKET HOUSE.—The undersigned respectfully inform their numerous custotners and
the pnblie generally- that they have re-opened their Gra ,
_Store m the room formerly Occupied by the Honk an
Ladffer Company, in the Market House, and take this
method of returning their thanks for the liberal patronage
heretofore extended to them. Their stock ie complete in
every variety of FAMILY GROCERIES, consisting of
Ham, Sy - raps, Salt, Mackerel, Coffee, Sugars, Teas, 'To
baccos, Brushes, Brooms, Hackett, Cords. Twines, Glass.
ware, Queensware anti everyt, hing,beretoforakept at their
former place of business. They wilt always keep a suffi
cient stock on hand to be enabled to meet the &titan& of
the community. COUNTRY PRODUCE takeir in ex ,
change for goods at cash market prices. Don't forget the
place, (Market House) three doors from the Canter, on
Queen Street [aug3l] HUBER & LEMASTEIL
QPRECHER'S GROCERY STORE. -
LI The undersigned lias the largest Mock of,FAMILY
GROCERIES in town, which be offers to the public at the
lmeest CASH PRICES. It is not necessary to enumerate,
as his stock is large and complete.
E-3 , Highest Pricespaid for COUNTRY PRODUCE in
exchange for goods. plugal J CYRUS SPRECHER.
CT. HOLLOWAY, WHOLES - 4 - LE
• GROCER AND CO3I3fISSION MERCHANT,
105 MARKET STREET. (North side, above Filth street.)
13ootz aub *iil3es:
TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN,
JACOB HUTTON'S BOOT SHOE STORE.—
The undersigned takes thiti method of rein/ming Lk thanks
to hit numerous customers, and the public generally. for
the very liberal patronage heretofore entered to him,
and hopes. in bit present tnisfonme In common with heal ,
ly every business man in town, that he will still continue
to be remembered. Ile has the pleasure of informing the
public that he has opened, his Store in the Basement of J
B. McLanahan's Dwelling, on. Second hired, four doors.
North of the Methodist Church, where he is prepared to
offer a general assortment of Men's, Women's and Chil
dren's Boots and Shoes, embracing his own and City man
ufacture, whieli, for exceliece of stylcand durability are
superior to and of his former stock, and will be offered at
prices to suit all. He is in Weekly Receipt of Goals from
Philadelphia, which for beauty and excellence cannot be
surpassed South of the Susquehanna. '
CUSTOMER WORK of every variety done with
promptness.—As he employs none but superior workmen,
he feels Justified to guaranteeing all work made at bis es
tablishment. Don't forget the place, Foot Doors Nreith
9f the Methodist Church: Second 'Street, east Side.—
,TRUNKS, of the latest style. from approved makers, al.
'Ways on band, and for sale at a very small advance on
original nowt. [augf24l JACOB, HUTTON.
CARRIA GE MANUFACTORY.—The
undersigned would respeetrully inform the public that
he has resumed the Carriage making business at the old
stand of Peitier & Foltz, on the corner of Market anti Sec.
ond Streets, where he is prepared to make to order any
kind of CARRIAGES desired. He will nliss keep on hand
and for sale all kinds of vehicles, such on HARWICH ES,
CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, &c.
He will also give particular attention to repairing Vehi•
cies and as he has none but the best of, workmen in his
employment he feels assured that his work will give sat
His prices will be found to be us low if not lower than
at any ether shop.
LIVERY.—tie keeps on hand a stock off good saddle
and driving Horses nud Carriages of different kinds ,for
hire at reasonable rates.
may 3, 1865 - P. HENRY PEIFFER.
BRICK! BRICK 1! BRICK ! !!: Th e
undersigned is now ready to centraint with any that
is desirous of re•huitding for the finest kind of,PRESSED,
PAVING-Lind HARD 'BRICK; made of the wiry beat
material and by Philadelphia workmen.
may3-lm W. R:NVANAMARER, Agent.
WF. EYSTER'&. - BRO.
• STEAM AND DAS•FITTERS,
And Dealers in all 'kinds of
mar9.3ml Enst Queen St., Chambersburg, Pa.
Lino of Erabel.
PE NN SYLV A. N I RAILROADi
WINTER TLIiE FABLE. FIVE TRINE DAILY
to and from Philadelphia and Pittsburg. On and affair
Monday, October 31st. 1E64, the Passenger Trains of tie
Pennsylvania Railroa l'Company n - ill depart from Barri! -
burg and arrive at Pr laxleiplda and Pittsburg as follonv
THROUGH . EXPRESS TAAL'S' leaves Harrisburg d.a -
.ly rn.2.44A. It., and arrives at West Philadelphia at 6.:ua. g.
FAST LINE leaves Banishing daily (eireept
at 8.00 and arrives at West PliilLielphia at 12.40
P. M. Passengers take breakfast at Lancaster.
MAIL TRAIN leaves
~p- a rrlslftuir daily (except Rua
day) at L3O P. il.. and ,strtys at West Pluladelphia at 5.-
33 P. 51.
" PITTSBURG AND ERIE EXPRESS leaves Harris
burg daily (except Sundays) at 11.55 P. 51., and arrives at
West Philadelphia at Cat A. H. 1
HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATIOIsI TRAIN, leaves
Harrisburg daily (except Sunday) at 4.00 'ad s'
—cisburst daily (except Sunday, p, IL and •
rives at West Philadelphia at'11..30 M. This train has, o
eannecion from the West. • -
COLUMBIA ACCOMMODATION TRAIN leaveeN •
risburg daily (except Sunday) at 7 A. IL, andarrives t
Lancaster at 0.15 A. M.: connecting (except on Mondar
With the Fast Line east: I
PITTSBURG AND ERIE EXPRESS leaves Rants.
burg daily (except Sunday) at 12.35 at., Altoona 5.50
A. IL, take breakfast, and arrive at Pittsburg. at. 12.40
BALTIMORE EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Ilartisbn
daily (except Monday) at 2.25 A. 31.1 Altoona 9.15 A. If.,
take breakfast and-arrives at Pittsburg at 1.40
THROUGH EXPRESS leaves Harrisburg daily at,11.-
25 A. 11..Altoona A. 31.. take bronkfawt and arrives
at Pittsburg at 2.40 P. 31.
FAST LLIE leaves Hamsburg daily (except Sandric)
at 4.00 P. IL: Altoona at 9.10 P. st, take supper. and ar
rives at Pittsburg at. 3.00 A. M.
MAIL TIIAL`i leaves Harrisburg dilly (exce4W San.
day) at L4O e. st, Altoona at 7,55 P. M., take supper, and
arrives at Pittsburg at 1.30 P. 11.
310UNT JOY ACCOMMODATION west leaves
casterat A. 31., connecting there with the Mall Welt;
leaves Mount Joy at 11.51 A. M., and arrives at Harrisburg
at 1.00 P. 31.
THE HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION TRAIN,
from Pittsburg. widell arrives at Harrisburg at 6.:X1 r. 3f.,
stois, there, passengers 6'r East of Harrisbarq,lny over un
til 11.53 P. 31. SAMUEL D. y OUNG. ,
nnvS Supt Middle Div. Palma. R. It.
VORTHERN CENTRAL RAILWAY,
.F.ILL TIME TABLE—Foar Train* Daily to
and from Baltimore and If - whinge= City.
Conneetiokm itiader ith trains on Pennsylcaniallailrowl;
to and teem ratnburit• and the Went.
Foun TRAINS DAILY. to and from the North and
West Branch Snignehanna. Elmira and all of Northern
n, and aftrr Monday, Oct. 17th, ldtil, the Posaringer
Trains of the Northern Central Railway will arrive at and
depart from Harrisburg and Baltimbre as follows:
MAIL TRAIN leaves Sunbury daily (except
Sunday) . 10:25 aim.
" leaves Harr:Aare 120 o.lf.
" amven at Baltimore 5:40 Am.
EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Sunbury daily (ex
cept Sunday) 11:45 rltr
" leaves II arr: s b u r . g. (except I -
arrives at Baltimore 2:50 X. 51.
HARE/SRURO ACCOMMODATION leaves
SUNBURY ACCOMMODATION leavOn Sun.
bury daily (ex. Sunday) .. 7:30 a.m.
PHILADELPHIA EXPRESS TRAIN leaven t
Sanburndaily (ex. Sunday)_ 9;05
MAIL TRAIN TRAIN leaves 'Baltimore daily (except
" leaves ffarrisburg 1:35 P.M.
" arrives at Sanitary -... 4:05 P.M.
EXPRESS TRAIN leitves Baltimore daily... 9:30 p.M.
arrives at Harrisburg 1:50 A.M.
'" " • leaves Hairisburg daily (ex- i
cept Monday) - 3:15 A.M.
" lIITIVeR at Sunbury 5.53 A.M.
ERIE EXPRESS TRAII leaves Baltimore
daily (except Sundays) at. 7:30 ?.3.1.
'. s leaves Harrisburg daily (ev
- cept Sundays) at 19. i 35,,V.M.
~ arrives at Sunbury at. - 3:2- - r.
HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION leaves
Baltimore daily (ex. Monday 3.00 p.m.
arrives at Harrisburg at. .... 7:50 P.M.
SUNIII:RY ACCOMMODATION leaves liar-
rislairg dailr(ex. Sunday). 4:00 •.M.
The Erie Expressand Philadelphia Exprms‘are through
trains to and from Erie and all intermediate points. Mail
and. Express trains run through to Elmira- ' '
For further information apply al the Office, In Pennsyl
vania Railroad.Depot.' ~
PHILADELPHIA AND .ERIE
ROAD.—This great line trint ernes the Northerti and
Northwest emirate:4,r Pennsylvania to the city pfElle, on
Lake Erie, -
It has been leased by the PenneylranialiMad Com
pany, and is operated by thPini-
Its entire length was opened for passengeiand freight
business October litli;
TIME OP PASSENGER TRAINS AT lIARRISII
I:40 A. 3t.
Lock Haven AncommoLnion
Lock Haven Accommodation
, Passenger Can run through on Mail•Tr n, wi out
change both ways between Philadelphia and En - and
Baltbnore and Erie. •
Elegant Sleeping' Cg,rs on Mail Train both trays bet een
Philadelphia and Leek Haven. and on Elmira 'E ress
Tntin both waya between Williamsport and Baltimo .
For Information respecting Pria.onger business app y at
Corner3oth and Market Streets, Philadelphia.
And for Freight business of the Company's Agents
S. B. JONGsroN. Jr., Cor. 13th and Market Sta., Phila.
J. W. REYNOLDS, Erie.
J. M. Mau., Agent N. C. R. It. Baltimore, Md.
H. H. HOUSTON, '
Gen. Freight Agent Philadelphia.
H. W. GWINNER,
Gen. Ticket Agent, Philadehia.
JOS. D. POTTS,
Gen. Manager, Williamsportl
CUMBERLAXD VALLEY & FRANK
LIN RAILROADS.—CHANGE OF' HOURS.—
On and after Monday, October 'IL 1564. Passenger Trains
will run daily, as flows, (Sundaes excepted):
FOR CHAMBERSECRG AID HARRISBURG:
/. Arrive at
_ Leave at 1 9:30 1 ;42.55
Leave Shippensburg. ....... •. . .... 9:00 ; 1:33
" :Sewnlle 9:32 12:00
" Carlisle .... ... 6:30 10:10 ,'• 2:46
Mechanicsburg 7:00 10.42 ; 3:16
Arrive at Harrisburg ;; ' 7.30 11:15 ! 3:45
FOR CHA.SII3ERSBIIRG AND HAGERSTOWN :
' A.M. P.M. 1 P.M.
Leave Harrisburg ; A. 05 1:40 : 4:15
_ " Merbanic.burg 8:47 2:20 r 4:50
" Carlisle ' 9:27 2:58 ; 5:15
" Newville 10:02 3:34 '
; Shippensburg 10.33 4:04
Arrive at Chambersbarg . 11:00 4:35
Leive Chatnbersburg 11:10 4:45 '
" Greencastle • 11:55' 5:35
Arrive at Hagertown • 12:35 • 6:15
Making close connections at Harrisburg with train s for
Philadelphia, New York and Pittsburg, and with trains
for all points West.
The Train leasing Harrisburg at 4:13 P. 31. runs onlyes
far as Carlisle. 0. N. LULL, Stipt.
R. R. Office, Chamb'g. Oct. 31, 1964.
MANHOOD: HOW LOST.HOW
RESTORED.--Just pubished, a new eaition of
DR: CULVERWELL'S CELEBRATED ESSAY on the
radical cure (without medicine) of SITIMATOIttiIfORA. or
seminal weakness. Involuntary Seminal Louse's, IMPOTEN
cY, Mental and Physical Incapacity, Impediments to Mar
riage. etc., also, CONbnIPTION, KPILE.PbY, and Frr , . in
duced by self-indulgence or sexual extravagance.
Nee, in a sealed envelope, only six - cents.
The celebrated author in this admirable essay dearly
demonstrates, from a thirty years: t•nrces.sful practice, that
toe alarming consequence of self-abuse may be radically
eared without the dangerous ace of internal medicine or
the application of the knife—pointing out a mode of cure
at once simple, certain. and etlectual, by means of wide%
every sufferer, no matter what his rendition may be, may
cure himself cheaply. privately. and radically.
Till. Lecture should be in the hands of every
youth and every man in the land.
Rent, under seal, in a plain envelope, to any addrecs,
past-paid, on receipt of six cents nr two Dist stamps. Ad
dress the publishers, CHAS. J. C. KLINE St CO.
1:27 Bowery. .New York, Post °nice Box 4
D YSPEPSIA, NERVOUSNESS AN D
We can reewnno•ud suffering with loss of Appe
tite, Itlige:Ali - no or 0) spepsia, Nen oneness nnil Nen nos
to use Striclilaild'sToniii. Ilp is n t egetable pre
paration, free from alcoholic liquors ; it strengthhas the
whole nervous system, it creates it good appetite, and is
warranted, to cure Dyspepsia, and Nerrous Debility.
For sale by Druggists generally, at FI per bottle. Pre ,
pared hy Dr. A. Stnehlanil; d East Fourth Street. (Irwin.
nati, (thin: C. Hlt ressler, Agent. Clianilierithurg, Pa.
COUGH NO MOR-E!
Dr. Striokland's Mellithlow. Cough Babtun is tvar ru nted
to cure Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Asthma. Whooping
Cough, Sore Throat, Consumption, and all affeetions of the
Throat and Lungs.
For sale by C. , H. Cresslar, Chambersburg, General
Depot, No. 6 East;Fourth Street. Cincinnati, Ithio
- 1 - 1 I A i R It II CE A !
1.1 All the medical men and the Press recommend
DR. STRICKLAND'S ANTLCDOLERA :MIXTURE
as the only certain remedy fur Diarrhiva and Dysentery.
It is a combination of Astringents, Absorbents, Klima.
lents and Carminatives, and is warrented to etTocta cure
after all other means have failed.
For little by C. in. Cressler. Champercbarg, de nen d
Depot, No. 6 P: sl 'Fourth Street. Cineinnati, Ohio.
S V T
f; cKL A-N_____
.'.-. PILE ItE.MEDTI
Dr. Strickland's Pile Remedy has tutted thousands of
the worst eases of Blind and Bleeding Pile, It gives im
mediate relief and effects a permanent cure. Try it di
reetly. It is wan - anted to ewe.
For sale by C. H. Cresder, Chambersburg.. General
Depot, 6 East Fourth Street, Cincinnati. Qhio. nov:3o-ly
TO DYSPEPTICS:—Having been
ted for a - nutnber Of years n ith Dyspepsia, 1. was
advised to try DN. WISIIANT'S MEDICINE for that
disease. I derived great benefit and recommended it to
quite a number of my friends and who were also much
benefited by it, and whose testimonials can be had if nec
essary. I have beep appointed by Dr. Wishart as Agent
forth° Sale of Ms Medicine, wholesaleor recoil.
T 0 B PRINTING, in every style, done
t) at the °glee 4t the FRANKLIN REPOSITORY.
will promote a very vigororis and healthy growth-of wood
and fruit, and largely Increase the quantity and perfect
the maturity of the fruit. 'Sur hot-Louie and household
plants and dowers, it will be found an indispensable arti
cle to Lure their greatest perfection. It will prevent and
cure diecosed conditions of the peach and grape, and is
7 : 00 A. m. I excellent for grass mad laWns.
J. N. Di:BARRY, o,en. Suit.
0.17 [ 4:20
W. G. REIM
Repository office, Cliambersburg Pa.
AGRICULURAL CHEMICAI, CO:S
The Fertilizers yrepared by the Agricultural Chemical
Co., (a Company e4roterelly the Legiallymre of Pennsyl
vania with a ciapilial of eo ,000,) have been 1 proved in
eaPest, moat Practice to be the profitable and best, for
the Farmer, Gard ner
t:grower, of all concentra•
ted manure; non and
tittered inlany market, The Company's
list embrace, the Ulorring:
This Fertilizer is composed of night - soil and the fertiliz
ing elements of urine, combined chemically and mechani
cally with other valuable fertilizing agents and absorbents.
it is reduced to a pulverulent condition; ready for im
mediate use, and without loss of its highly nitrogenous fer
Its universal applicability to till crops and soils, and its
durability and active qnalities, are well known to be all
that agriculturists ran desire.
This Fertfllaer Is largely composed of animal matter,
tatelLas meat, bone, Ash, leather, hair - and wool, together
withal emicas and inorganic fertillzeta, which decompose
the masc l and retain the mitrogenoeu&ClettienU 7
It is a very valuable fertilizer for field crops generally,
and especially for potatoes, and garden purposes.
Ifs excellent qualifies. strength and cbeapnem, bare
made it very popular with all wtat bare need it.
This highly plurtpbatic fertilizer is particularly adapted
for the cultivation of trees, fruit!, lamas and flowers. It
it its oompneedut Imeh etemean in make it - adapted to
the growth of all kinds of crops in all kinds of soils.
The,formula or method of combining its constitnent fer
tinging ingredients have received the highest approval o
eminent chemists and scientific agriculturist%
PHOSPEWTE OF LIME.
The Agricultural Cliemical Company manufacture a
Phosphate of Lime in acconlance with a new and valuable
formula by which a very• superior article is produced, so
as to be afforded at a less price than other manufactnMrs
cbaige. Practical tests have proved that its value, as a
fertilizer, is equal to the best Phosphate of Lime in the
All orders of a Ton or more, kill be delivered at the
Railroad Stations and the Wharres_,of Shipment, free of
cartage.. Cartage will be charged all order of 6 bar
rels or less.
One dollar per Ton allowance for cartage,will be made
on all tulles delivered at the Works of the Company, on
AGRICULTL'itAL CHEMICAL CO.'S WORKS
1 30 r ..
1.1 ~.. M.
AT CANAL WHARF, ON TiM DELAWAftE.
Office, 4131, Arch St., Philadelphia, Pa
The Company's Pamphlet Circular, embracing tilt di
section for using the above Fertilizers, sent by mail, free,
when requested. marchB-6mos
N E W ARRIV AL
- HATS AND CAPS
Spring and Summer styles now ready, a greatly re
A large assortment ofSlimes' and Children's Hats, all of
the most fashionable styles.
Come and examine our goods and be convinced that
DECHERT can sell the best quality of goods and cheap
er than any other house in this place.
Remember the place, Sersend Street, fro doors north. of
Market • •; •
ALL AND SEE THE NATIONAL
Mourning Hop nt DECMERT'S.
COME TO THE MARKET HOUSE
HATS.!CAPS, BOOT& .5110.4'5.
PAXTON, , has Just opened a Sae assortment of
HATS:CAPS, BOOTS and SHOES, at his new Storein
the Market House, where he can furnish all articles in his
line, cheap for cash. Sonic goods arc sold at oLi prices.
A tine assortment of CANES, UMBRELLAS, CAR.
PET BAGS, VALISES; &a.. &c, constantly on band.
Call - and examine oar large stock of goods.
septll W. W. PAXTON.
STEW QUARTERS AND NEW STOCK
.1.1 THE OW CLOTHING EMEORIUM,
IN THE MARK £T FlOesE,
The undersigned, after a temporary absence necessitated
by the destrueten of Chambersburg, has again returned
andppened out in full blast in the blarket House between
Wallace's Dry Good store and Huber & Lemaster's Gro
cer,-store, a large assortment of
}'ALL AND WINTER GOODS, of every description
This snick consists or Ready Made Clothing shch as
Over Coats, Dress Coats, Pnnts, Vests ; Under Shirts,
Drawers. Sze. also
GENTI.RMENS' FURNISHING GOODS, such as
Cravats, Suspenders,•Glores, Shawls, Handkerchiefs, Col
lars, Umbrellas. &e.,
His stock of Cloths for customer work consists of French.
English and Domestic manufacture. Black Doer Skirrand
Fancy Cassimers. Black Satin, Figured Silks, Plain and
Fancy Cassimer Vestinge which mll be made up to order
in styles to suit the taste of customers, on short notice, and
liaving - engagal a practical Cutter from the East, lam
prepared to furnish clothing in the most fashionable styles,
and as none but experienced workmen are engaged per-
sona may rely upon getting their work well done at my
Thankful for the patronage heretofore bestottod, I re
gpeetfully solicit a continuance of the same.
octlP J. T. HOSKINSON.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL!
ROPES A: .TWINtS.
The undersigned hating purchased the entire Stock and
Fixtures of the Rope and Twine 'Manufactory of J. P.
Grey, ilee'd, respectfully announces to her friends, and the
former patrons of the establishment, that she trill continue
to carry on the business, in all its carious branches, at
. . .
' THE OLD STAND,
on Franklin street, Charnbersburg, nhereshe vtill be pleas
ed to receive the calls and orders of the public. All kinds,
sizes, and qualities of
ROPES, CORDAGE, TWINES, .&C.,
always kept on hand or made to order orate best Material,
and furnfsed ak reasonable prices . In connection with the
above business. abe is also prepared to manufacture
HAIR, HUGE, AND OTHER
as as Horse Blankets and Fly Nets of superlorqual
its' and style. Persons in mint of superior articles in the
Ettore line are requested to 'all, or send their orders, which
will be attended to promptly.
deeel.ly MARY E GRAY.
JUSTICE OF THE
J. WRIGHT being elected and commissioned a.Jus
tire of the Peace In and for the borough of Chambersbarg,
would respectfully inform the public Wet he will . attend
to the duties ofsaid omen at his store room, naderßrown's
Hotel, oppealte the Market Armee. mayllalt
B. FITTS, General Agent
thinks 011 iptationirg.
THE OLD - BOOK STAND
s: 8. storrocK.
Has been removed to the new boirding opposite the Pon'
oFncr,, where a fall assortment of
SCHOOL AND MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS,
STATIONERY, PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS, ETO.,
Can be bad at exceedingly. Low Priem
WALL PAPER and WINDOW SHADES, a lame
and new stock. -
Fairchild's Celebrated Gold Pens, folly warty:deli.
Orders taken for g:oods, which will be t zpressed In the
shortest possible time.
The New York and Philadelphia Papers received daily.
for which weekly subscriptions will be taken.
First Claus Novels, Magazines and Periodicals received
as soon as published.
We can sell Photograph Albums cheaper than they can
be had elsewhere.
Music sent free of _portage to (11 y pa ll of th e Mi l'
;G Frames, Weisteds and Fanny Goods conatan y on
Our arrangements am such that we can supply any or
ders satisfactorily and with dispatch.
J. K. SIIETOCK, is now located in New York, which
enables us to undertake the most complex commissions.
Old Books of particular editions, dates or stile, hunted
up at.a reasonable commission. [noc2]
J IA LIES ' PATEN=T
WROUGHT AND CHILLED IRON
FIRE AND BURGLAR-PROOF BAFES
VAULT DOORS, AND LOOK&
Every safe of this manufacture is hum one inch to hen
Inches thick (according to size,) of solid froa,srhilled by
casting on to a network of Wrougla iron bars, and is fas•
tened by Lillie.' Combination Lock, whichhas no Key nor
Key hole, thns *during It secure against burglars, and
inside of this Iren,wall is attached the best fire-proof Mang
known. The great thickness of iron In these safes renders
them secure in a tire from being warped or drawn out of
shape by beat, or from being crushed by the fall of walls
"or timbers or Its ownflall. The Vault Doors are Inches
thick and 2 inches thick of chided and Wrought Iron and
are listened bT Utiles' celebrated Lock. Send for ellen
tars or price hsts to the subscriber, who is sole agent fur
central Pennsylvania. GEO. W. PARSONS,
raarchl-Sm III) Market St, Harrisburg, Pa.
J. C. RICHARDS, M. D. J .TNO. MONTGOMERY, 31. D.
PICHARDS & MONTGOMERY have
JAL, etssochtted themselves in the - Pm:lite of Medicine,
and have opened an office In Dr. Richards' new building,
on Main street, a few doors South of the Diamond. _
All persons Indebted to eitherof the above, will please
make early settlement of the same. [ang'24-tfl
nil.' J. S. .AIAIIRER OFFERS HIS
services as a Physician cold surgeon to the citizens
of St. Thomas and vicinity. Promptness at all hours.
Residence opposite the Post Office. • aprillo4m
DR. W. H. BOYLE will attend prompt
-13- to all professional calls. Mice in the Vestibule
of the New School Bowe near the Jail. lang24.
IMP,OIt T AN I'
IRON IN THE BLOOD
It is well known to the medical profession that IRON
Is the vital principle or Life Element of the bhiod. This
is derived chieftifromthe food we eat; but if the food Is
notrimerly digt4ned, or from any cause whatever, the
necegeary quantity of iron is not taken into the circulation,
or becomes reduced, the whole system suffers. The beds
blood will irritate the heart, will clog up the lungs, will
stupefy the brain, will Obstruct the liver, and will send
its disease producing elements to all parts of the system,
and every one will suffer in whatever organ may be pre
disposed to diseqse„ The great value of
IRON AS A MEDICINE
Lc well )mown and acknowledged by all mediCal men.
The did:fealty ban been to obtain such preparation of It as
will enterlhe circulation and assimilate at once with the
blood. This point, sayb Dr. Hayes, 3l vroohusetls Stati
Chemist, bas been attained in the Pentvian Syrup, lby
combination in a way before unknown.
THE PERUVIAN SY)IIIP •
Lae PROTECTED $ Intim or the PROXIDE OF IRON,
A NEW DISCOVERY IN MEDIC= that strikes at
the Root of Disease by sup - plying the blood with to Phut
Principles or Life Element—lron.
THE PEHUVIAN SYRUP
Cures Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint, Dropsy, Fever and
Ague, Lass of Energy, Low Spirits. •
THE PERUVIAN SYRUP
Infuses strength, 'rigor, and new life into the system and
builds up an "Iron Constitution.
. 4 .1 THE PERUVIAN SYRUP
Cares Nervous Affections, Female 6;mplaints atl4, all
diseases of the Kidneys and Bladder.
THE PERUVIAN. SYRUP
Is a SPECIFIC for all diseases originating in a BAD
STATE OF THE BLOOD, or accompanied by Debti
ty or a Low State of the System. •
Pamphlets containing certificates of mires and recom
mendations from some of the most eminent Physician',
Clergymen and others, will be sent FREE to any address.
JOHN E. WILLIA3IS, Esq.,
President of the Metropolitan Bank, N. T.
Rev. ABEL STEVENS.
Late Editor Christian AdvoCate & Journal.
Rev. P. CHURCH,
'Editor New York Chronicle.
Rev. John Pierpont, Lade Johnson, M. D.,
Rev. Warren Burton, Roswell Kinney, M. D.,
Rev. Arthur R Fuller, S. K. Kendall, M. D.,
Rev. Gordon Robbins, W. R. Chisholm; M. D.,
Rev. Sylvanite Cobb, - Francis Dana, M, D.,
Rev. T. Starr King, - Jeremiah Stone,M. D.,
Rev. Ephraim Nate, Jr., Jose Antonio Sanchez, M.D.
Rev. Joseph H. Clinch, A. A. Bays, M. D.,
Rev. Henry Upham, Abraham Wendell, M. b.,
Rev. P. C. Headley, J. R. Chilton, M. IX,
Rev. John W. Olmstead, FL E. Kinney, M. D.
Prepared by N. L. CLARK & CO., exclusively for J.
P. DINSMNRE, 491 Broadway, New York.-
Sold by all Druggists.
REDDING'S RUSSIA SALVE.
FORTY YEARS' EXPERIENCE
has fully established the superiority of
REDDING'S RUSSIA SALVE
Over - MI - other healing preparations.
It CUM an .11h1d6 of sorei, Cuts, Scalds, Barns, Bens,
Ulcers, Salt Rheum, ErYilpelas, Sties, Piles, Cores, Sore
Lips, Sore Eyes, &c., removing the pain at once, and re
ducing the most angry-looking Swellings and Indiums-
Sons as if by magic.
ONLY 25 CENTS A BOX. _
POB - 841.1. BY
J. P. DDISMORE, No. 491 Broadway, New York.
S. W. FOWLE ek, CO., No. 48 Tremont street, Boston,
and by all Druggists.
TEAM TO AND FROM THE OLD
kJ' COUNTRY.—The well known Mrorite Endo-Built
Iron Steamers of the ANCHOR LINE of Steamships,
"lIIHERNIA,'"*CALEDONIA," "BRITANNIA" and
"UNITED KINGDOM," are intended to sail fortnightly
between New York and Glasgow.
These Steamers were built sPecially for the Atlantic
trade, are divided into water and nir tight compartments,
and are fitted up in every respect to insure the safety,
comfort and convenience of passengers.. An experienced
Surgeon accompanies each ship. The provisions will be
properly cooked, and served in unlimited quantities.
RATES OF PASSAGE. -
from Liverpool. Glasgow, Dublin, Belfast, Lon-
• Cabins, e 65 and $5O; Intermediate, 535; Steerage, 62.6
payable in gold or its equivalent
Those who wish to send for their friend: can hay Sot.
eta' at these inter from the Agents.
FRANCIS MACDONALD & CO..
6 Bowling Green, New York.
lt i lOSS SPRING WOOLEN FACTORY.
m —T be undersigned. thankful for the liberal patron
age extended to him heretofore, respectfully announces to
the public that he has added a variety of NEVirIItACHI.
liZitY, to his Factory, adjoining the East end of Green-
Castle, which will not only enable him tobatetework,
but to execute it in a manner that will give i
all who may entrust him with their femora lie is now
- prepared to manufacture Cloths, Sattinets, Bkotkets. Plain
and cross-barred Flannels, &c., at the shortest notice, in
a style that cannot fall to rendersatisfactiots Ake. Oink
ing and Rag Carpeting, woven to order , on the most ac
commodating terms. lie will also attend to county Card
ing and Catering, from the present date until the 15th of
Novembhr, and no pains will be spared to please all who
May furor him with their-work.
Greencastle, April 24.-3 m
BLOODED STOCK.--The subscriber
has the following THOROUGHBRED STOVE, for
service.' which can be seen at his Farm (the old Ritchie
GEOGE—A ThorOugh Bred BtalThio, 6 years old,
bred by Judge F.ennedy. of Charlestown, Vs, ban stag
logien mare by Sky-Lark, from • imported -SWLark.
This stock iedescendcd from the very best forrr•mEe stock
on record. Terms, &Al..
DURHAM BULL, bred by Mr. Greenawalt, of Fay
ettevilie from his celebrated 2,007 lbs. Bull and from an
imported cow of the late Wm Heyrar. Terms 82.
CHESTER COUNTY WHITE BOAR, now near 7
months old. and weighs nearly 300 lbs.- This animal
needs only to be seen to be appreciated. Terms,
aprill2.4M* • WM. EL BOYD.