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AMERICAN LIFE INSURANCE AND
TRIIST CO., Corner Fourth and Walnut Slreets,
Philadelphia. Incorporated 1850. Charter Perpetual.
Authorized Capita], 8500,000. Paid4;fp Capital, 5Z50,800,
Philadelphia, Feh. 4, 1864.
The Trustees have this day declared a Dividend of
FIFTY PERVENT, (mall premiums received upon 31p
'MAL Pc:anus during the year ending December 31st,
1883, and in force at that date, the above amount to be
Credited to said Policies, and have also ordered the divi•
dead of 1880 on Policies Issued during that year to be
paid, as the annual premiums on said Policies are re
President—Alexander Whilldin. '
BOARD OF TRGSTEES.—Alexander WhiMin,- J.
Edgar Thomson, George Nugent, Hon. James Pollock.
Albert C. Roberts, P. B. Mingle, Samuel Work, William
J. Howard, Hon. Joseph Allison Samuel T. Bodine, John
Alkman, Charles F. Deanna, Isaac linzleharst.
-WM G. REED, Chambersburg, Pa, is the authoriz ed
Agent of the American Life Insurance and Trust Com-
PaV, and is always prepared to furnish pamphlets or any
information wanted, and to take Insurances.
Das. J. C. RICHARDS and W. H. 80n..4 ,Medical Ez
REFERENCES—Hon. A. K. MClure. Rev. S. J. Nic
coils. J. S. Niion, Chnmbersburg, and Wm. M. Marshall,
Cashier of the Hagerstown Bank.
Persons desiring information or wishing to insure will
please call on, or by addressing the undersigned they will
.be waited on in any part of the Coubty or State.
mar 23 W. G. REED, Agent.
1829 -:C HARTER PERPETUAL.--
FBA NKLIN FIRE INSURANCE COM
-PANY OF PHILAD-ELPHIA.
Ou January 1, 1864
—rtsßErmi..crxxs, riCOSIE FOR 1864
5 ,416. 83,000,000.
LOSES PAID mcz 180 I $5,000,000
PERPETUAL AND TEMPORARY ,POLICIES ON
ISI3EIOIIL • TERMS
'Charles N. Baker, Isaac Leo, •
Tobias Wagner„ Edward C. Dale,
Samuel Grant, Geo. Pales,
Jamb R. Smith, Alfred Elder,
George W. - Richards, • - Fras. W. Lewis, N. D.
CHARLES N. BANCKER, President
_,__RDWARD C. DALE, Vice President.
JAS. W. arAttssrEn, See,r pro. tem.
DAVID OARS is the authorized Agent of the Com.
patty In Chambersbdig, who will furnish all information
necessary to applicants. mata.tf.
INSURANCE COMPANY OF NORTH
AMERICA. Incorporated 1794. Charter Perpetual.
CAPITAL She' O,OC°. Office Mt: Walnut Street, Phila
delphia. The prompt payment of Claims for Losses daring
the period of nearly seventy scam that the Company has
been in existence, entitles them to the confidence of the
This company will also insure against loss by WAR or
Persons Wishing to insure will please call on or address
the undersigned- W. G. REED, Agent, Chambersburg.
As Agent for this Company, T pm prepared to Cancel
alt 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 otilce.
W. G. REED, Agent.
REFERENCES—J. D. Grier, J. Allison Eyster, Esq.,
Major J. C. Austin, CoL A. K. M'Clure. febB
OUR AGENT.—Mr. JOHN GROVE, of
Chamber burg, is the General Agent of the Frank
lin County Mutual Insurance Company. June?)
MASON dc HAMLIN'S
MELODEONS were introduced .some twenty years
since, and were sweet - sled by the I.IARMONIUMS 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,
is capable of inuchfiner Teas than can be prodacetl by
any other, and is more easily used by the performer, and
excels especially in capacity for expression.
ar Please notice advance in pricei.
CABINET ORGANS.--Sucur, REED. -_.
No. 15. Four Octave, Single Reed, in Walnut or
Oak, Case 5110
No. Is. The Same, in elegant Rosewood Case 135
No. 17. 'Five Octave, Single Reed, in Walnut or
Oak Case. 130
No. IS. The Sale, in elegant Rosewood Case....l.*: 160
No. 19. Four Octave, Doable 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 Case 170
No. 22. The Same. in elegant Rosewood Case 200
No. 23 The Same, in Solid Carved Walnut or
Oak, with Walnut Carvings. 200
No. 14. Six Stop Cabinet Organ, in Walnut or
- Oak Case -
Ns. 13. The Same, in elegant Rosewood Cape,
No. 12. Case ht
Stop Cabinet Organ, in Walnut or
No. 11. The Same, in elegant Rosewood Case.
No. 24. The Same, in Solid Carved Walnut.
No. 10. Pedal Bass Cabinet Organ, in Walnut or
Oak Case 600
Cases of sutra finish 071 hand, or made to order.
No. 5. Five Octave, Piano Style, Rosewood Ca5e...8150
No. 6, The Stone, Portable. Rosewubd Case. ...... . 110
No. 7. The Same, Portable Walnut Case 95
No. 9. Four Octave, Portable, Rosewood Case.— 75
C3P Descriptive pamphlets furnished by the subscri.
As - Agents for Messrs. Mason & Hamlin we are enabled
taselkat their New York prices, and charge nothing for
We have sold a number of their instruments, and can
give numerous satisfactory references.
S. S. SHRYOCK,Agent,
• aug3l • Chambersburg, Pa.
MEW MITSIC.L"FTINERAL MARCH
1 TO THE MEMORY OF ABRAHAM LINCOLN,"
the Martyr President, by Mrs. E. A. PARKHURST, the
popular cot poser. The Home Journal says " This is a
line composition, well worthy the reputation of its writer."
Very• solemn and impressive. 1000 COPIES ARE IS
SUED WEEKLY. Price 30 cents; with vignette of the
President 50 cents. )failed free. Publisher, HORACE
WATERS, No. 481 Broadway, N. Y. julys-2t.
CHUNTING, TEACHER OF MU
• SIC, takes great pleasure in announcing to the
citizens of Chambersburg, that he is prepared to give in.
struction on the PIANO, MELODEON, or CABINET
ORGA,N, and most respectfully solicits a liberal share of
their patronage. Those not in he possession of Pianos
can obtain instruction at his home, and the use of a Piano
Residence of JOHN MULL, Queen near. Second.
Terms reasonable. may3l-ly
3600t0 and *born.
TO ILL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
JACOB HUTTON'S BOOT 4 SHOE STORE.—
The undersignell to kis this method of retarainghis thanks
to his numerous customers, and the public generally, for
the very_liberal patronage heretofore extended to him,
and hopes, in his present misforane in common with near
ly every business man in town, that he will still continue
to be remembered. He has the pleasure of informing the
public that he has opened his Store in the Basement of J
B. McGonaltan's ineellino, On Second Street, four doors
North of the Methodist Church, where he is prepared to
offer a general assortment of 311 M 's, Women's and Chi]-
, dren's Boots and. Shoes, embracing hisinru and City man.
_Vacture, which,"for excellece of styliand durability are
Buperiur to and of his former stock, , dind will be offered at
places to suit all. He is in Weekly Receipt of Goods from
Philadelphia, which for beauty and excellence cannot be
surpassed South of the Susquehanna.
CUSTOMER WORK of every variety done with
promptnesa—As he employs none but superior workmen,
be feels justified in guaranteeing all work made at his es
tablishment. Don't forget the Rhiee, Four Doors North
of the Methodist Chumlet Second Street, East Side.—
TRUNKS, of the latest style, from approved makers, al
ways on hand, and for sale at a very small advance on
original cost. [ang2.l) /, JACOB DUTTON.
EMOVED.- y -The undersigned has the
iu pleasure of informing his old customers and the pub
tic generally, that M. ha removed his BOOT & SHOE
STORE fo the New Brick Building of George Ludwig,
owMain Street, one door south of Greenawalt's Motel,
where he is now opening the largest assortment of Boots
and Shoes ever brought to the county. His stock embra
ca even- variety of Youths', Ladies' and Men's BOOTS
& SHOES, which for style of finish, and durability of
wear,. cannot be surpassed in the county, and which will
he sold at prices to suit the times. Having purchlised THE
LATEST STYLE:OF LASTS, he is prepared to make
Customer work. ut - short notice, by the best workman in
the county. With a disposition to be obliging and ric
cemmodating, he hopes to Merit a liberal share of pat
ronage—without a desire to monopolize, as Ids motto is,
in our common calamity, to lire and let live.
Particular attention pall to all kinds of Re - pnikng.
TERMS CASH, AND PRICES UNIFORM, WITH.
Ile has also on hand, and fur sale, cheap, Trunks, Va
lises, Carpet Sacks, Linen and Paper Collars, Paper,
Envelopes, inkstands, Steel l'ens, &c.,
may ID P. FELDMAN.
N. B.—All persons knowing themselves indebted will
please call and make Immediate settlement, that I may be
enabled to meet my former liabilities in. the City.
arn anb ,fattcp fat:lotto.
RE M 0
WM. WALLACE & Co.
have removed their Dry Good Store to the ptand occupied
by them previous to the lire, on the
Corner of Main,,and Queen Streets,
and are in receipt of a large iot of Goods, bought at reduc
ed prices, at the late New York Auctions, to which they
invite the attention of the public.
To persons in want of Dry Goods we eny now is the time
To the ladies we offer a large assortment - of Dress
Black and Fancy
poplins, Baratheas, •
Plain and Fancy. I)elanmi,.&c.
We have a good assortment of Carpets, Matting, Oil
Cloths, which we will sell low.
r,..37 Call soon anti get bargains.
Jene.2l3 WIL WALLACE & co's.
TU N E 7T. H , 18 6 5
HOT, HOT, HOT WEATHER!
PREPARE FOIL IT,
METCALFE 4 RITESHEW
. ..... .. . ..
lave just rehmed frotn the Eastern ethos and are ieeeit
leg this day. • . .
A heavy stock of hammer Goode.
•1 - 4 , ••• They 1. , 11 wholetale Red rntall.
ANEW MOVE.—Nixon has moved in-'
to his new room, one door North of the one he aced
pied since December.. He has now the facilities for con
ducting his business pleasantly to customers and himself,
and can offer advantages in stock not to be had since the
fire. He invites all his old customers and the balance of
the world to visit hits.
.A NEW ROOM.—A full stock of
FRESH MEDICINES. with all tht:appliances to
conduct the Drug business proderiv, can be found at
NIXON'S, ON SECOND Sr.
_N IXON'S CATTLE POWDER. The
demand for this excellent article is larger than ever.
No Powder sustains its reputation better.
_i_INIXON'S HORSE POWDER.—Every
Farmer should have it. There is nothing better
for impdverished condition of the blood.
TN THE WAY OF FANCY GOODS
bnxi7 ; is the one to examine and purchase from.
SSW S PANACEA, PURE COD
Liver Oil, and all patent Medicines always on band
L AMPS. -COAL OIL LAl%llloSvsat
AXON'S DRUG r STORE IS ON SEC
OND STREET—haIf way between the Methodist
Church and Seller's New Hotel.
SCHENCK'S SEA WEED TONIC, AT
COSTAR'S RAT EXTERMINATOR,
at - SPANGLER'S.
I(ELN:dN EnayDßY'S MEDICAL DISCOVERY,
• I te.,tetter's Bitters,
lf elmbelth. Baths,
Germ= Bitten., at
OZOEIONT FOR THE TEETH, AT
- ,/ ' SPANGLER'S.
- RITRNET'f'S COCOA - 110E F 0 R THE
JJ.HAIR at SPANGLER'S.
SiVAIII'S PANACEA, AT
A Y NV E
'gtj ''l Pi; . S
PIL L S
D R UGS! 'DRUGS'''.!
C. IL CRESSLER, successor to 11E1'8E11 & CREBB.
LEI:. hes opened in his new room, on Second street, on.-
site the Post Office, where every effort will be made to
sustain the is the old establishment had acquired
A coutiuustann at the liberal patronage which the Arm re
ceived is respectfully solicited. A fair stock of Drugs,
Chemicals, and Patent Medicines is new offered. Also a•
desirable assortment of
• Hair Thawing,
and Fancy Articles in great variety.
KEROSENE LANLPS.-:—Every description of Hand
Lamm Stand Lamps, Hanging Lamps and Side Lamps
suitable fur Kitchen use, Parlor use, Store use and Ottlee
THE BEST COAL OIL IN THE MARKET
- - - -
Dyes of all Colon. Everything in a Druggists
line of lmAinPos.
r• - " Prescriptions reruive special aitentionri and are
compounded With care. and skill. C. 11. (311.11¢SLER,
Second Street, opposite the Peg
attornevs at 'gab).
GM. & W S: STENGER, ATTOR
• N' 18 AT LAW.—W. S. STENGE3, District At
torney and Agent for procuring Pensions, Bounty Money
and arrears of pny
-01:11ce In James DigSeidl' dwelling, on the West side of
Second Street, between Qaeen and Washington Streets.
STIIMBATIGH` & GEHR.• k.rromq.rs
AT LAw.-oMee opposite the Post OR. e. Will at
tend promptly to all busn less entrusted to thei • rare. -
I'. S.—Authorized Agt •ntS for the collection of Pensions
Bounty, Back Pay and ull other claims against-the govern- ,
VA L !
S EVERE TT..Attorney at Law.
.: Office on Mark et Street, opposite the Court
Mouse, formerly occupied by Jar. Cook, Esq. All legal
buginens entrusted to his care will receive prompt atten
JOHN STEWA_R7 ArrouNEY A.T L-w,v
°Mee on Second Street, a four doors South of the
Market House. PENSION 8, BOUNTY and otherclahns
promptly collected. [aug3l
W H. HOOKED MERRY, Arrr. AT
V • Law. Office oppts Court House, Chambers
burg. Business promptly at Bonded to. junel4-35n
TJ.•NILL, ATTO RNEY AT LAW. Of
flee at his residence a on S'eeotallstreet. ontl9
P.. KENNEDY, ATToRNET AT LAW
• Office Oil Market etre( t. . oetl9
STRAY CALVES.--Came to the farm
of the , ola , rlbst one rail o West of Fayetteville, on
the 25th day of ]jay, rQm 0 'ALVES, two of which are
red, one nearly black, Enka eve red and white, near, one
size, and apparently abok at six months old. The owner
can have them by prcrehn property, payik kg charges, &c.
jundla :It. DOWNF.Y.
MILLI: 1 1,
NEW DRUG STORE,
one door west
and all the best
We End of Bro;on's Hotel
Townsautra Pills, at
AGMCULMIAL CHEMICAL CO.'S
• The Fertilizers prepared by the Agricultural Chemical
Co., (a Company charter6d by the Legislature of Penns} I
vania with a capital of $1.1.50" ,C 00,) hare been proved in
practice to be the cheapest, most profitable and best, for
the Farmer, Gardener and Fruit-grower, of all concentra-
ed manureginniv offered in any market. Tne enmpany's
ist embraces the follotsiug
This Fertilizer is eoraposed of night soil and the rertiliz
ing elements of urine, combined chemically and naNthanl
cally with other valuable fertilizing agentsand abeorbents.
It is reduced to a polvernient condition; ready for ire
mediate use, and without loss of its highly nitrogenous
Its universal applicability to all crops and soils, and its
durability and active qualities, are well known to be all
that agriculturists can desire.
This Fertilizer is largely eomposed of ahhnal matter,
such as meat, hone% fish, leather, hair and 'wool, together
withehemicals and inorganic fertilizers, which decompose
the mass, and retain the nitrogenous elements
It is a very valuable fertilizer for tielacrops generally,
and especially forputatees, and garden purposes.
Its ei — oellent qaatilies, strength and cheapness, have
made it very populai with all who have used it.
'This highly phosphatic fertilizer is parlicalarly adapted
for the cultivation of trees, fruits, Mums and Heti,.
will promote a very vigorous and healthy growth of uuod
and fruit, and largely increase •the quantity and 44rfeet
the maturity of the fruit. Fur hot-home and household
plants and flowers, it will he found an indispensable arti-
cle to secure their greatest perfection. It mill prevent and
cure dhseased conditions of the peach ain't grape, and. is
excellent for glass and lawns.
It is eompos.rof such elements as make it adopted to
the growth of all kinds of crops in all kind , of sails.
The formula or method of combining its constituent tor
bilging ingredients have received the highest approval of
eminent chemists and scientific actricultnr,t,
PHOSPHATE OF LIME
The Agricultural Chemical Galva7ly ruonuLtetzue
Phosphate of Lime in accordance with a new and valuable
formula by which ayery superior artlele i. produced, so
as to be afforded at a lostrprite Mau ether umunfar titters
charge. Practical ti.sts have provssl Ural Nahtc, a% a
fertilizer, is equnl to the best l'imspltate of Lime in The
all orders of a Ton or heire, Avi:l bt Mein it at the
Roilrood Stations and tli ' n \Vllarres-of Slripment. tree of
cartage. Cartage will ib• clurg7,l 1,11- 6111:
refs or less.
One dollar per Tou allowance fur cartage be us: de
on all sales delivered at the Works of the Company, us
AGRICULTURAL CILEMICAL CO.'S WORKS
N - LXON S
AT CANAL 'WHARF, ON 111 E DELAWARE
Office, 413 A Arch St., Philadclphia. Pa.
It B. FITTS, Geueral Av,ent.
The Company's Pamphlet Circular. einbraeinq fun di
rections for using the above Fertilizers, sent by mail, free, ,
Erect;, ITiates aub eta t;.
E L s ut r u
A PREVAILING ERR() COI:REcTEP.
The idea has became eurre that Ityth r , nit
Lis nurseries, in part from t irtqltiant.int a o'l
at auction n portion of stuck hot spring, tit, aide of ti bleb
were intended oulrultive the surplus 1.,:0ek of Matte
leading items, and ive all an opportunity to see li,rthetn
selven, and all u,„110 Were in at t endance at the eel cralmie.
Wt. knourthat the stock on hand is very large and of
superior (.taht.,. SeNi,ral pretending nurneryinen, coln
iting ortbreS through the; coilut2. "red to wake
thin ule'it bear upon the•vommunny that III:,
,h 1 out and the hltaillt, att. olltlau,l.
tiler tainelitiods bav e been indulged at byloeul '
tre, •pet'illaturS tar tile !W. :ICI, 'lit of 'heal
., .1... the public are hereby informed that the ba.me,
~al will be continued us heretofore, and :ill w
e‘er large or smidl, will be tilled entire from ..ur oet u
grounds..., We grow a lid] 'took id evert' l'rur. Tree,
Plant, (w . f.:rape Vine der.eribetl la our catalogue, and c. m .
..quently for are not dependent on other nur,riena
nor vompelled to scud tdl s e veral hundred su lk s f o r
Tree, to fill' the orders of out cuntomer,
We are prepared to fill faders mutat! from - our flea
grogrL, and twenty per cent. cheaper, 4s.n.idering the
finality of the stuck, than any other eshibhsluncut in the
county. All persons who wish to purchase are invitt dto
call personally and examine stot k. Earn lab ation to this
wrll be of vast interest to those u t tere.ted, a~ v , e ,.m .how
n great satiety of fruit through the fruit sea• at. fruit
fur sale at the nurseries in large or saran gn,m n m•,,
Yost Olike addrek-i, Loudon Franklin Co., P••nmi.
B. L. CYDER. Proprietor.
West Franklin Ntmerait, ‘ on the London and ('nc.• CiLip
road,. pup 24
'pRANkLIN NURSERY.—Desirous of
11 clearMgyart of my crouMs, I offer for sal,,
zid,ooo APPLE TREES.
These Trees are grafted with'the best and most appro
ved varieties of Apples, and are grown on good surly
loam. They have an abundance of fine fibrous roots, and
can tie removed without risk. They can be furnished
from five, feet to nine feet in height), with proportionately
heavy btalks and are well north the attentlon ut person,
wishing to - plant orchards. I will sell them at from 610 to
814 per WO, accenting to size amlquality of Tree, whom
ordered in quantities of 100 and upward. 9.
PEAR, CHERRY and PEACH TREES for lb)! plant
ing alsi on MITA
EVERGREEN and SHADE TREES iiiariety, with
a general assortment of SI f RUBBERY.
GRAPES.—IIim prepared to remits and Ell orderiln
Grapes for fall planting, ninth as Cancords (tine tie.: dark
now cultivated.) Diana. Itekeeea, DAylvarr, T Kalea.
and all the latest varii.t:es allured.
A ututlerate ehart.re twos er espenses fur ' , aching. Ali
4..,o4lstlelivered in Chambersburg t or dt the Rail Road
Orders address." to the undersichrd a - ill receive
prompt attention. J. 11 - EY - SFR, Arent,
may:ll-4m Franklin Nursery, Chainlierrburc Pm
% V E ST FRANKLIN NVRSEIIfES.-
TREES, YL_ NTS, VISES, tc•.
The subscriber would cull the attention of all persons
who ha re not a full supply of Fruit on tindr premises, to
the large and ROF select," assortment of Fruit Tree",
ke., now offered for the fall trade. Our Mork is
very large and eumprise• the best Chrietk , knOVAI t.
urologists. Our collection of Fruits of eVer3. Chas, is by
far the largest in the county and second to now jo the
We invite all wbn wishtp rumba, Tree. to huy extent,
to come and tee and kat 6,their nriiu. at Place, fie.;
sible opportunity. 'We aunrantee that no hne ¢ill !egret
tiles-hat, RS We are prepared to .how more variety la the
fruit line than any hanilar establishment In the countr)..
Fruit can be seen growing at any time through the fruit
season. Fruit for sale at the tittreeries of all knobs in s..a
cull. Address, 13. f. 121 - 1t1:11„ leourietor.
London Franklin Co., Pa.
West Franklin Nurseries on the London [lnd Cover:up
JIIADE AND ORNAMENTAL TREES
L, IN VARIETY.—Large nixed Snaili• Tree, lor , aiect
planting.. Orders for Blume sliould be ...int in early. 'rimy
can best b Bean and determined upon n Mb• folim-re
is upon them 8.1.. ENDER.
NEW QUARTERS AND NEW STOCK
THE OLD CLOTHING MD HtIC3I,
The undersigned, after n temporary alwenee fleece:sit:and
by the destruction of Chamber,burg, has again reinnied
and opened out in full blast to the Market Homee bet, can
Wallace's Dry Good store and Huber ev. Lemarter's (t ra
cery store, a large Assortment of
I ALL AND WINTER GOODS, of every deseriptirn
This stock consists of e ,Rcluly Made Clothing mfcli as
Over Coats. Dress- Co* , Punts, Vests, Under Shirt,
Drawers, &A, also...dr
GE'NTLEBIENS' FIBINISIIING GOODS, such' me
Cravats, Suspenders, Gloves, Shawl:, Handkerchiefs- Col
lars, Umbrellas, &a., ske- ,
Ills stock of Cloths fur customer work consists of French.
English and Domestic manufacture. Black Doe Skill and
Fancy Cassimers. Black Satin, Figured Silks, Plain dad
Fancy Cassimer Vest-lugs which will be umile tip to order
in styles to suit the taste of customent, en nhort notice, n od
Having engaged a prnctienl Cutter from the Eied, lam
prepared to funueb clothing iu the molt imthionaillepty
and as none lint experienced workmen arc engaged per.
sone may rely upon getting tiii;ir nork well done at my
Store. • -
Thankful for the patronage heretofore; bestowed, I re
spectfally solicit a contintuuico of the tome.
octl9 J. T. 110SKINSON.
I.OR - SALE.—A fall.course Scholarship
in the City Businese College of Philadelphia.
Apply tit - tht, nitro. NTT.
ebt franktin itoostett timmitatibutg, pa.
IN THE MARKET Ilor , E
ChaMbersbn re . , Pa,
GELNICKS' & 13VRKHART
'Mil' 3lesale goods at City prices, Wholesale goods
at City priers.
aELIVICKS & BURKHART
Seep the largest assortment in town. Keep the
largest assortment in town:-
Have an im memo stock of fish, cheap, in nliole, half,
quarter and enrhth barrets
(2. 1'; L 1 CAC S & BURKHART
ji Offer MO sacks G. A. Salt, American, Liverpool
and patent &14:1,5, holeuile and retail, at less figures than'
any oftwrbou, town.
aELWIGKS 6z; BURKHART
Keep a very fine selection of Pickled and Preserved
Fruits, Jab:, Pickle, ready fur the table, Spiced Oys
ters, Canned Peaches, Canned Corn, Canned Tomatoes,
chiiiee Dried Beef, tine Sugar Cured Hams.
rzt:.ELIVICKS & BURKHART
Orel fine Green aud Bleck Teas, Chocolate pure
S pices , ad hakieLr artieleq. prime Cheese, large assort
ment Coin ken.. and Cakes. -
,Sell all grades of Scrips, Molasses, Coffees, Sugars
cud idea, wholesale aunl
GELAVICKS & BURKHAR'4
Have a very haze s assortment of Queensware, Btone-!
ware, Turnblere, Brin.bes, - Brown% Baskets, Cords awl
tiELAVICK.,S & BURKHART
K.eit. a t ery_heavy stork of all kinds and gradesot
Tobacco,. and is.irarn and sell lout, wholesale and. retail.
11ARMERS LOOK TO YOUR INTER;
EST. Go to GELIVICES & I.II:IRICEURT''S for
Sail, and Groceries.
ELW IC S B IIRK:14
31anufaetun. all kind - ,of Candy and (Yontectieneryi
sell all kind, of Crest. Nut, Oraieres/Lernons, Figs,
Prune 4, Almonds. Ralsili, iilfelesale and retail.
to ga for the largest and most sasied
Sin , Goods is town, and at reasoneblo
GTh't: placo ,
ELIVICKS Lk: BURKHART
5..11 Z , l i nil, C.. 1. Lubricating and Kenk
1 4 - IA.CTS! FACTS!! FACTSLI
R E.' I I - )
ins! retarood from 80. Eastorn eiti,
is umv opezeng a large sad general
to - ,ortrnent of
City Cared llama and Dried Beef.
Pritw• N, 1 81111 Shure 3lnt•kerel
barrel.% half-harrek, qudrter.4 and I,lt
Harri,lea;nt, e. Smoked and Salt I luring,
Pin kind Shad. (IN ith.alt 1 , 071,),
Caun , •d Fruits R., J1•111..,..-
Orv.uge, Li moz,,,
Raisins and Note
Anil 111.9 t, but not leasL the largest and
best asisirtnient of
GLASS AND QIIEENSWARE
ont of the city of Philadelphia.
P It U . IT JARS
of all the improved patent patterns. Also.
CORK-SEALED tiLASS AND STONE JARS,
betides one th , sisand live hundred articles
not above named. and all us. .
alarm ,11i .1.01 ally:ice. at tla, '
Groerry on the .Syvill-enn earn, of Main and
Ca,i paid fin- Con , arg I',darc.
A fARKET HOUSE.—The, undersigned
111_ respectfully inform their numerous customers and
the puidte gencnilly that they have re-opened their (Iro
eel,. Store in the room funnerly uccupwillty the Hook and
Ladder COMprinV. in the .Market House, and take this
method of returning their thanks for the liberal patronage
heretell , re evtended to them. Their stock is complete in
every variety of FAMILY GROCERIES, consisting of
Limn, Syrup, Salt Madierel. Coffee, Sugars. Teas, To.
Int, cog. lirusne , , Brooms. Buckets. Corih, Twines. Glass
ware. Queensn are and everything heretofore kept at their
tormer plmc of bu,i nos. They xi ill always keep a idltrl
eient •doek on hand Fed to meet the demands of
the conntittuity. COL NTRY PRODUCE taken in ex.-
ehonge for goods at i.ash market prices. Don't forget: the
place. (Market house.) three dimr4 from the corner, on
Queen Street. (augil I HUBER S LEMASTER.
PRECHER'S, GROCERY STORE,—
J The unden.ignel has the largest stwk of FAMILY
GROC ER II:5 in town. n Lich he oilers to the public at the
lowest CASH PRICES. It is not necessary to enumerate,
116 eta-k is Idtge and con)).1..))).
pri,s•r paid for COPNTR VPRODUCE iu
exchange for god,. (augal) CYRUS SPRECHER.
T. HOLLOWAY. WHOLESALE
I. wzocEit AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
kahr t NI ;North sole, abase Fifth street,)
IF YOU WANT GOOD GOODS AT
th, hmt••t pr•rns rill at the nuttily Groitery of E. D.
REM, orp.,:te Dr Soe.qerotr4.
WINES AND LIQVORS.
LAUMAX, SALLADEI: 00.,
NO. 1 . 26 ,011111NINTII STREET.,
Bann, Chr - stu lit (Ind Jiid,ult Strom, Philadelphia.
GL.o, M. L un:i.N.
A. M. S.O.Ltitr.
J. D. )
RIVESE, GAItDRAT 5: CO.'S
SUPERIOR COGNAC_ BRANDY,
VI.NTAGE OF &a , ,
Eneh ser.led with Kreen ww:Cc. ith the Initials of the
L irmAx. SAILADE & CO
SUPERIOR OLD MADEIRA WINE
FINE SHERRY. CLARET AND
AND AN I RENT OF
FINE BRANDS OP CHAMPAGNE.
OSBORNE & CO.'S
SERI rim AND DELICATE
OLD P-ORT WINE,
Eueli bottle sealtaLn ith yellow MIX 0 ith the initials of the
INDOU'I ED BY
LAYMAN, SALLADE &CO.,
No. 12 South Noah Strut, Philaddphia.
OLT) RYE WHISK,Y,
OLD WHEAT WIIISKEY,
IV E lIRT'S WHISKEY,
LAUMAN, SALLADE &
Na, 1I Sarah Ninth &met, Philadelphia.
Etna; of erabo..
P E.N NS YLVANIA_ RAILROAD
WINTER TIME TABLE. ,FIYE TRINSPAILY
to and from piaadeljtkia and Pittsburg- On and after
Monday, October 31st ISfr4, the Passenger Trains of the
Pennsylvania Railmai Company trill depart from Harris.
butg and arrive at PU3adelphia and Pittsburg as follciws:
• - EASTWARD,:
THROUGH EII'RESS TRAIN leaves Harrisburg dai
ly at 2.45 A. M., and arrives at West Philadelphia at 61i5
PAST LLVE'leaves Harrisburg daily (except Monday)
at 8.00 and arrives at West Philadelphia at 12.40
at. Passengers take breakfast at Lancaster.
MAIL TEALS leaves Harrisburg daily (except Sun
day) at L3O P. IL, and arrives at West Philadelphia at 2.-
35 P. M.
PITTSBURG .A_ND ERIE EXPRESS leaves Harris
burg daily (except Sundays) at 11.55 P. M., and arrives at
West Philadelphia at 4.21 A. 31.
HARRIS_BURG ACCOMMODATION TRAM', leaves
Harrisbarg. daily (except Sunday) at 4.00 P. Si.. and ar
rives at West Philadelphia at 9.50 P.X. This train has no
connection from the tree:.
C OLU3IBLA ACCOMMODATION TRAIN leaves Har
risburg daily (except Sunday) at 7 A. M., and arrives at
Lancaster at 9.15 A. 31.: connecting (except on 'Monday)
with the Fast Line east.
PITTSBURG AND F r RIE EXPRESS leaves Harris.
burg daily (except Sunday) at 12.35 W., Altoona 0.50
A. 3L, take breakfast, and arrive tit Pittsburg at 12.40 P.W.
BALTIMORE EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Harrisburg
daily (except Monday) at 2.25 A. 31. z Altoona 8.15 A. 11.,
take breakfast, and arrives at Pittsburg at 1.40 r. 31.
THROUGH. EXPRESS leaven Harrisburg daily at 3..
25 A. IL, Altoonwat 8.15 A. IL, take breakfast and} [mires
,at Pittsburg at 2.40 r. 31.
FAST LINE leaves Ilamsburg daily (except Sunday)
at 4.00 P. IL: Altoona at 0.10 take supper, and ar
rives at Pittitburg at •2.00 3t.
MAIL TRAIN leas es Ilanishurg daily (except San- -
day)at 1.90 P. IL: Altoona at 7.55 r. M., take supper, and
arrives at Pittsburg at 1.30 P. at.
MOUNT JOY ACCOMMODATION west leaves Lau
castel• at 11.20 A. 3L, connecting there with the Mail west;
leaves Mount Joy ut A. It., and arrives at Harrisburg
at 1310 P. M.
THE HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION TEALS'
from Pittsburg, 'which arrives at Harrisburg at R3O P. M.,
sops there, passengers for East of Harrisburg lay cri - er un
til 11.55 P. M. SAMUEL D. YOUNG,
novit Supt Middle Div. Penna. IL R.
NORTHERN CENTRAL RAILWAY
FALL 17..1LE TABLE.—Frozr Trains Daily to
and fromEaltimore - and Washington City.
Connections made with tulips on Pennsylvania Railroad,
to and from Pittsburg and the West.
FOUR TRAINS DAILY to and from the North and
Went Branch Susquehanna, Elmira and all of Northern
-- in and after Monday, Oct. 17th, 1864, the Passenger
Trains of the Northern Central hail way will arrive at and
de4art front Harrisburg and Baltimore as follows :
'MAIL TRAMP leaves Sunbury tinily (except
Sunday) 10:25 A.H.
" , leaves Harrisburg 1:20 P.M.
" - - arrives at Baltimore 5:40 P.M
EXPRESS TRAIN - Icaves Sunbury daily (ex
cept Sunday) - .- - - 11:45 P.M.
.. led . es Harrisburg (except
" arrives at Baltimore
*HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION leaves
SUN - BURY ACCOMMODATION leaves Sun-
bury dail4(ex. Sunday) - -
PHILADELPHIA EXPRESS TRAIN leaves
Sunburyidaily (ex. Sunday) 9:05 P.M.
MAIL TRAIN leaves Baltimore daily (except
Sundat - ) 9,53 A.S.
leaves (Harrisburg.......:.l:3s P.S.
arrives at Sunbury...-. P.M.
EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Baltimere.dail3 - ... 9:30 nat.
arrives nt Harrisburg - 1:50 A.M.
lea Vies Harrisburg daily (ex
. rept Monday)
arrives at Sunbury
ERIE EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Baltimore
daily (except Sundays) at
•' leaves Harrisburg daily (ex
rcpt Sundays) at...
...... . 12:35 A.M.
, arrives at Sunbury at 3:25 A.M.
HARRISBYRG ACCOMMODATION leaves
' Baltimore daily(ex. Monday 3:00 P.M.
arrives at Harrisburg at 7:50 P.M.
SUNBURY ACCOMMODATION leavesHax
' risburg daily (ex. Sunday). COO P.M.
The Erie Express and Philadelphia Express are through,
trains to and from Erie and all intermediate points. Mail
and Express trains run through to Elmira.
For Rather information apply at the 011 ice, in Pennsyl
vania Railroad Depon
pIiILADELPHIA AND ERIE RAIL
-ROAD.—This great line traverses the Northern and.
Northirest counties of Pennsylvania to the city of Erie, on
It has been leased by the Pennsylvania Railroad Com
pany, and is operated by them.
Rs entire length was opened fur passenger and freigh
bnsiness; October 17th, 1864.
TOM OF PASSENGER TRAINS AT HARRISBURG
Lock Haven Accommodation.
I LEArt WESTWARD.
Lock Haven Accommodation 1 1:40 P. 31
Passenger Cars run through on Mail Train, without
change both ways between Philadelphia and Erie, awl
Baltimore and Erie.
Elegant Sleepier Cais on Mail Train both Ways between
Philudelphia.aud lock Haven, and on Elinira Express
Truitt both trays between 'Williamsport auallaltimore. -
Foe Information respecting Passenger busilnetts apply at
Corner 30th and Market Streets. Philadelphia
And fur Freight business of the Company a Agents :
S. B. KING - SION. Jr., Cur. 13th and Market Sts., Phila.
J. W. REYNOLDS, Erie.
W3l. BROWN, Agent N. E. Lt. R.. Baltimore, Md.
11. 11. nousTos,
Gen. Freight AgentrPhiladelphia.
Gen. Ticket Agent, Philadelphia.
JOS. D. POTTS,
Gen. Manager. Williamsport
febS t 5
CUMBERLAND VALLEY & FRANK
LIN RAILROADS.—CHANGE OF HOURS.—
On and after 3fonday, October 31, 1864, Passenger Truing
run daily, as follows. (Sundays excepted):
FOR CHAMBERSBURG AND 11A124.1SBUTIG: -
7:37 ' 3:35
8:17 j 4:20
" , Greencastle.
I Arrive nt
Leave at. . 9:30
Leave SlOppensburg a 9:00
.Newville . ' 9:39
" Carlisle 6:30 10:10
31eebauiesburg 7:00 10:42
Arrive at Harrisburg 7:10 11:15
FOR CHASIBERSBURG AND HAGERSTO
• A.M. P.M.
Leave Harrisburg 0:05 1:40
" Mechanicsburg 8:47 2:20
Carlisle 0:27 2:58
" Newville 10:02 , 3:34
" Sbippenvburg 10:33 4:04
Arrive at Chambersburg 11:00 4:35
Leave Cbambersbarg 11:10 - 4:45
'.- Greencastle 11:55 5:35
Arrive at Hagertormi ' 12:35 0:15
F. D. REID.
Making el•i>e connections at Harrisburg with •
Philadelphia - , New York and 1 3 1ttbbarg, and wi
for all points West.
The Train leaving Harrisburg at 435 P. M. runs
far as Carlisle. 0: N. LULL,
IL R. Office, Chamlig, 0ct.31, 1854
Mats, antt (Eapo.
BOYS' LEGHORN & BRAID
N EW STYLE OF HATS
THE PATENT RESORT HAT,
MOS! CONIFORrABLE MAT WORN,
STRAW GOODS ! STRAW 'GOODS !
has received another large lot of
GREATLY REbIiCED PRICES
A SPLENDID ARTICLE OF
COME TO THE MARKET HOUSE
HATS. CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES.
W. W. PAXTON has Just opened 4i flue aSsortment of
HATS, CAPS,' Boors and SHOES. at his new Store in
the docket Hollse, where he can furnish all articles in his
line. mroP for Gash. Some goods arc sold at old prices.
A-tine amiortmeut Of CANES, UMBRELLAS, CAR
PET BAGS, VALISES, dm., Ac., constantly on hand.
Call mat examine our large stool: of goods.
septa - NV.- W. PAXTON.
'FORWARDING AND COMMISSION MERCHAYN;
North Second Street, opposite the Cumberland Vallcy
Railroad Depot, Chambernburtr, Pa.
Cure run regularly to and from Philadelphia and Balti
AGENTS.—Pearock, Zell & Hinehmitu t No. EO3 Mar
ket St., Philadelphia.
Lykcus Valley, Broken Egg and-Nutt COAL; (clued
from the miner); Wilkosharre nod Pine Grove FOUNDRY
COAL, LUMBER, SHINGLES, SALT, PLASTER and
Hancock CEMENT, kept eonetanny on hand. FLOUR,
GRAIN and PRODUCE of all kinds putahasad at the
highest '&.sh prices,
3:15 1.3 L
J. N. DuBARRY, Gen. Supt.
STYLES AND COLORS
MAT DEFY COMEETITION,
D-EC II ER T'S
ST RA HATS,
which he is selling al
IVIINDERLICH Az NEAP
*tobt,4 ant itituire.
G REAT lIEDUCTION
MILLER; lIASITLTOS & CO
$ &LER ,
of their pm 25 per cent.
have reduced the pri,
, e best quality TIN ROOFING,
They will put on
(firling the Tin, Fee.
or -$lO per square. •If the owner
Pat it on, soldered, for .5'2 00 per
fin& the Tin they w
1 to call - upon them before making
People would do we,
contracts or purchases elsewhere
Particular attention will be paid to SPOUT4I 4 :G. JOB
BING, &c., at the cheapest rates.
LIGHTNING ROBS, or hest Galvanized Iron, put up
strongly and cheaply
M., H. d CO., bate a line wgortment of
AND ENAMELED WARE,
ICE CREAM FREEZERS
WATER COOLERS, &C.,
all of which they offer at short profits
Give them it call and see for yourselves. (may 10
COOK STOVES & TIN WARE.—We
have just received a new and complete assortment of
Cook Stoves. which we are selling at lower prices than
can be bought ly Philadelphia, and all stoves sold by us
are guaranteett to be good bakers and give satisctietion.
Also—A huge 10 of gin Ware, whirls we are selling at
very low Tames: Persons in want of good Cook Stoves or
Tin Ware are itvited to call and examine for themselves
at " ETTER & EYSTEIPS,
_ Main St.,
opposiie Eyster & Bros Store.
TTEROSENE OIL AND LNIIPS.—We
ix. have just received a new assortment of Kerosene
Lamps.'Which we are selling at very low prices. Per
sons in wont of nits and good Kerosene Lamps will save
money by calling and examining our assortment. Also,
all kinds of repairing Lamps done:by
ETTER & ESYTER,
Main St., opposite Eyster & Bro's Store.
HOUSE AND -,RA R N SPOUTING.-
We are prepared to do Spouting and Jobbing of all
kinds with neatness and dispatch, and warranted to give
satisfaction. than—"LIGHTNING RODS" put up on-
Houses or Barns at short notice, by
• ETTER S EYSTER,
mayib Main St., opposite Eyster & Bro's Store.
Riarbluate eutletp, &t.
H A RD W ARE
HUBER ,& TOLBERT
• Bare opened their store
on Main street,
nearly opp.Pite their old place of business,
with - an extensive stock of Hardware. Cutlery, &c.
consisting in part of
Files. Blasting Powder,
BruAles. - Grind Stones,
-* Shovels, Cedar Ware,
Rakes, Pocket Knives,
Spades, - -• &c., Sce.
Special attention is railed ..
Builders and Contractors,
as they are
prepared to famish in any quantity, -
everything in their_ line.
Call and ersmine our stock. .
COACH AND - SADDLERY
The subscriber respectfully informs his friends and the
public, that lie continues to carry on the above bnsiness,
at his old stand. on Main Street. opposite the German Re
formed Church, CRAMBERSBIJRG, PA. -
Having enlarged his business, Saddler a . and Coach
makera will find in his Store Room a general assortment
of goods suited to their several requirements, such an
Fair and Country Ilogskins,
Saddle Trees and Girtblng.
Gig 'Trees, Fall Plated, Tinned and Japanned; Goat
Ilair, - Straining Web and Worsted Rain
Web, lower than Cotton:
Barnes, Bits and Stirrups, Plated—Tinnel a i Japanned
Coach Handles, new styles; Curtain Frans; Hub Bands;
Bridle Frouts; Roseates. Swivels and Ornaments; Iron
Plated and Wood Gig Barnes.
BUCKLES—BRASS, SILVER AND JAPANNED,
all Styles and Patterns; Ivory and Wooden Martingale
Rings, Stump Joints, and a variety of other goodssultable
for the trade.
ALL XThDS OF PLATT G, &c.. done with neatness
and despatch. [decl4] LEWIS WAMPLER.
CHEAP HARDW ARE!
BRAND S FLACK
:Had a few gaxis under the pavement,• which were not
burned. Stich as .3, Hinges, Screws and other Hard
ware. Besides, they have, Just received from New York
and Philadelphia a very large lot of goods, purchased lunch
cheaper than they are generally sold. - They having been
burned out, therefore we offer Iron, Nails, Hocks, Hinges,
Screws Bolts, Oils, Gina', Paint Sr, atthe!owest figtue.
TO BLACKSMITHS AND FARMERS!
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 have 100 kegs of Nails and Spikes, we offer at
from 6 to 10 dollars per ken.
Knives and Forks, Scissors, Razors, Pocket Knives,
Spoons. Sa, just received from New York which tve.olter
very low. ' sep2
CARRIAGE MAKERS' GOODS,
at IiItAND & 'FLACKS.
25 cents each ant
the fire, which ran be
CEDAR, WARE.— all at the Store in
the Alley.. 'BRAND &FLACk.
4robarro autt *quo.
TACOBS I TOBACC - O — .AND CIGAR
ey STORE.—Haring re-built my Tobacco and Cigar
Store on South Maiu • street, (corner of Washington & Main
streets,) two squares from the Diamond, I would invite all
to call and examine my stock, consisting of
CHEWING TOBACCO: -
Congress, all kinds, Cavendish,
Twist, all kinds, Rose Twist,
Flounder, ' Old Virginia,
Navy, Honey Dow,
Michigan Fine Cut, Sc., Sc.
Anderson Shorts Solace,
Talisman, Burt's Delight, '
I 'Plantation, Sunny Side, 3,:c.
- - -
Kappee, Scotch' • Coarse.
Large Hand, Big Lick,
Cut and Dry, - Danville,
- James Ricer, Grant,
sep 91 J. A. JACOBS.
REMOVAL OF BUSH'S TOBACCO
AND SEGAR STDRE.—The undersigned has re
moved his Tobacco and Segar Store to his new room, on
SECOND STREET. nett door to the Friendship Engine
Rouse, where he will keep -on hand a complete stock of
TOBAC(2O AND SEGARS, sliding Natural Leaf, Mich
igan and Smoking Tobacco, Pipes, &c.
aprils C. H. HUSE.
FINFROCK'S, MARBLE WORKS,
SECOND STREET, SOT= OF QUEEN.
• CHAMTIERSBURG, PA.
MONUMENTS, HEADSTONES ,
Mannfardcued to older in the best style and or the Latest
Boats inai Stittionnl•
THE OL , D BOOK S.P.A,--
S. & sassiDex,
Hes been removed to the new btallog opposite the Pos'a
OFFICn, where a full assortment of
SCHOOL AND 3 GSCELLANEOUS BOOKS,
STATIONERY, PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS, RTO.
Can be had at exceedingty.Low Prices.
• WALL PAPER and WINDOW SHADES, a bug
and sew stock..
io Fairchild's Celebrated G o ld p enk - funyowarrante a .
Orders taken foi goods, which milli* Rammed in the
shortest possible time.
The New York and Philadelphia ?Niers received dallyv
for which weekly subscriptions will be taken.
First Class Novels. 3lngazines and Pssi o dk a i s
as i soon ns pnblished.
- - We can sell Photograph Alivrns cheaper han they ea,
be had elsewhere.
htusie sent free of portage to any part orthe oonnty.
Gilt Frames, Worsteds and Fancy Goods.eonstantly on
Our arrangementi are such that we can anpply may or.
ders satisfactorily and with dispatch.
31n. J. K SURTOCK, is now loaded in New York, whi c h
enahleS us to undertake the most complex Coma:M.4am
Old Books of particular editions,'clates or style, huffed
up at • reasonable commission. [l:=2l
WROUGHT AND CHILLED IRON •
FIRE <I ND BURGLAR-PROOF SAFES.
Every safe of this maltufactu.re is front one luck to rue
Inches thick (according to size.) of ,solid iron, chilled by
casting on to a network of 7Vrought iron bars, and Is fas
tened by Lilies' Combination Lock, which has no Key nor
Key hole, thus rendering it secure against burglars, and
inside of this Iron wall is attached the beSt fire-proof filling
known. The great thickness of iron in these safes renders
them secure in a lire from being warped or drawn out of
shape by heat, or from being crashed by the fall of 'walls
:or timbers or its own fall. he Vault Hutto are Flinches
thick and I inches thick of chilled add Wrought Iron and
are fastened, by Lilies' celebrated Lock. Seta for circu
lars or price- lists to the subscriber, who is sole agent fur
central Pennsylvania- GEO. NV: PARSONS.
ruarchl-tim 110 Market St., Harrisburg,
C. 111011.101D9. M. D. .350:IIONTGOILESII, IL D.
lOHARDS & MONTGOMERY have
ui,ociateil themselves in the Pradici of Medicine,
unit have opened an office in Dr. Richards' new building,
on 'Main street a few doors South of the Diamond.
pert•nns indebted to - eithcr of the 'lint•°, will please
tuake early settlement of the same. • (aag44•tf)
R . J. S. MAURER OFFERS HIS
JJ ~erviees as a Physician and Surgeon to the citizens
of St. Thomas and vicinity. Promptness at all hours.
Ile,hlence opposite the Past Office. ap51194m
DR.W. If. BOYtE will attend prompt
ly to all profesaloual calls. Otliee,in the Vestibule
et the New Sellout Roasernear the Jail. tang 4.
WISTAR'S - BALSAM
ONE OF THE OLUEST AM) MOST RELIABLE REMEDIES IN
Cougl73, Coids, Whooping Cough, Pronahitle, Pit
Sanity of Breathing, Asthmn,-Eonrsenetq
Sure Throat, Cronpand every
WISTAR'S BALSAM OF WILD CHEERY
to gmferal has the use of this remedy become; and
to popular is it everywhere, that it is mmeces.-
sary to recount its virtues. Its worts speak
for it, and dud utterance in the abundani -
and voluntary testimony - of the many
who from long suffetingtmd settled dia."
ease have by its use been restored to pristine
viper and health. Nt ecampresent a mass of es.
idence in proof of our assertions, that cannot be discredited.
Gent/ea:an: I do hereby cert.* that during tie last ten
years I have been subject to frequent saws Coughs and
Cade. Whenever I have experienced one of these attacks
I hare inuned lately resorted to Dr.Wistar'sta/som of Wild
Cherry, and the result has allt - ays beDito afford me speedy
relief. 1 would recommend this valuable article to all
those who suffer from Cough', Colds. Pain in the Breast,
or any Pulmonary Complaint, feeling txmlidentthat it will
prove itself to be the best remedy in any of these cases, l
ould, however, caution the public against a Worthless,
counterfeit, a bottle of which wits once forced upon me.c
The use of this spurious Balsam did me more harm than
good. The geniiiee Dr. Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry
is prepared by Seth W. Powle & Co., $09204, and Iris thew
printed name. us well us the written signatuie Burrs"
upon the outside wrapper of each bottle.
From Jesse Smith, Esq., President of the litotas. County
Bard Mirrristqtrzt, J. r!.
Having, used Dr. Wii.tar's Balsaln of ild" Cherry for
about fifteen,vemN, and baying realized its beneficial re.
sults in my it affords me great pleasure in recom
mending it to the public as a valuable remedy in manse of
weak hinfp. colds. coughs. &c.. and a remedy which
consider to be entirely innocent, and may be taken with
perfect, safety by the most delicate in health.
From Hon. Tokie - E. Smith. a disti;ptished tasty tr ia
I have on several occasions med Dr. Wistat`s Balsam of
Wild Cherry for severe Colds, and always with decided
benefit. I know of no preparation that is more efficacious
or more deserving of general use.
The Balsam has also been used with excellent effect by
J. B. Elliott. sfercbant, Crusi Roads, Md.
WISTAR'S BALSAU OF WILD CRERRt.
None genuine unless signed 'J. Burrs" ou the wrapper.
FOR SALE BY
J. P. DINSMORE. 491 Broadway, N. Y.
S. W. FOWLE 5.: Co., Proprietors, Boston, and by all
EDDING'S RUSSIA SALVE
Heals Old Sores. • -
Cures Burns, Scalds and Cuts.
Cures Wtanal% Bruises and Sprains
BEDDING'S RUSSIA SALVE
Cures Bolls, Ulcers and Canons,
REDDIIs;G'S RUSSIA SALVV - -
Cures Salt Rheum, Piles and Erysipelas
REDDING'S RUSSIA SALVE
Cures Ringworm, Corns, 6ze., &e.,
NO FAMILY SHOULD BE WITHOUT IT.
Only 23 Coils a Bo.t. jet •
FOB SALE BY
J. P. DINSMOREi-IsZo. 491 Broadway, N. Y.
S.W. FOWLE & Co., Xo. IN Tremont St., Bostart,ftadby
all Druggists and Country Storekeepers.
JEREMIAH OYSTER respectfully returns his
thanks to his patrons for the liberal eacuwagemeat react
ved from them heretofore, rind ho would invite them and
the community generally, who may need any thing Labia
line, to give him a call at his new stand, on Main Street,
on the same site occupied by him previous to the tire, where
be keeps con,tantly unhand every variety of SADDLE
RY AND HARNESS of his own - mantifacture; and he
is prepared to sell the same on terms that defy competi
tion. Every article oilernd for sale is warrented to be
made of the best materiel and by competent workman,
which will befuliz demonstrated on an examination there
TRUNKS k - ND -VALISES.—He would also call the
attention of Persons wanting a good, neat and cheap add
substantial Trunk or Valise to his assortment aprill9
AND SPADES AT
ether articles which was in
grail as sew
' BRAND & FLACK'S.
cl AD DLEII 8' lIARDW&RE..-C.H.
fIp.)IZDON has just purchased in the East slaw
stock / of. SADDLERS' TIARDWARE cont . :Wing of
Buckets, Rings. Bills. Flames, Bridle Fronts. Tacks, Ric•
ets, Rosettes, Swivels, Pad Screws, Gig Trees, Black
trimmed and full-plate self-udjusting Trees, Patent and
Ennmelled.Leather. Saddlers' Irate, Patent Leather Col
lars, Ornaments, Girth and Rein Web, Cock-eyes, Thread,
Trunk, Nails, Neck Protectors, which he incites
Saddler's and others to call and examlne.*d - which will
t he sold nt low rates.
H. GORDON HAS ON HAND A
• large assortment of Saddles, Harness, Collar!, HA
disc, Halters, fancy Round Bridles, Wagon, Carriage
Mid Linen Net.: of all kinds, from $1,60 to ii 7.06; 'Hurry
Combs, Horse Cards, Mane Comte. Brushes, Horse Boots,
.95w-Hides, and many other articles not necessary-b
D KAIOVAL.7-C. H. GORDON -has re
moved his SADDLERY Snot , to the stdmfocere
pied bv him previous to the lire, on lit Ari STRZET, a few
loors South of Greennwatt's
3f os UT s ho s u r :! o: ,, G , W th o nn OLE fo N rth FACTOßY berel
usre extended to him heretofore, Mlles:Gully announces to
the public that he has added a variety of Isi . EIV
NERY, to his Factory, adjoining the East end of Green.
eagle, which will not only enable him to facilitate work.
but to execute it in a manner that will Live satisfaction to
all who may entrust him nith their tons. Re is no w
Prepared to manufacture Cloths, S.attinets, Blasthas, plain
and eross-barred Flannels, Sr.,' at the shortest race, in
a style that cannot fail tiftender satisthetton. Also, Girth
ittEr and Rag GurPairrin 'Woven to order, - on the most ac
commodating terms. lie will also attend to,6ollo9Gerd•
ing and Coloring, from the present date until the 15th of
November, and no pains will be spired 'to plectieldlisto
Tay favor him with their work:
/ Greencastle April 9.1,—1tm
hily 12, 1865.
VAULT DOORS, Alsi'D LOCKS
TILE WOULD FOR
THE THROAT, LUNGS AND CHEST,
CONSUMPTION " '
From Mr. Henry Keller, Mercenthurgr
*Madan anb 'pintos.