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a tiERICAN LIFF. INSURANCE AND
PluladelpblaTEDSTlncor CO., Corner Fourth and Walnut Streets,
porated 1850. Charter Perpetual.
Antleirgai c a pital, $W' 0,000. Paid•Up Capital, $2.50,000.
Philadelphia, Feb. 4,186.1.
The iniaters have this day declared a Dividend of
FIFTY )?Ea CENT, on all premiums received upon MU
TUAL POLIcIS.I during the year ending December Mist,
l&3, and in force at that date, the bove amount to be
-twilled to said Polici, and have also ordered the divi
dend algid on Policies issued during that year to be
paid, as the annual premiums on said Policies are re.
ceis - ed- T OFFICERS.
Secretary and Treasurer—John S. Wilson.
Actuary—John C. Sims.
_BOARD OF. TRUSTRES.—Alezander Whilldin. J,
Edgar Thomson, George Nugent, Hon. James Pollock,
Albert C. Roberts P. B. Mingle, Samuel Work, William
S. Howard, Hon. Joseph Allison, Samuel T. Bodine, John
Aikman, Charles r:Heuzlitt, Isaac Harletturst. I'
REM, Chamhersburg, Pa., is the authorized
Aget l l - 94Litke American Life Insurance and Trust Com
pany, and is always prepared to furnish pamphlets or say
information wanted, and to take Insurances.
Dits. J. C. RICHARDS and W. H. BOYLE, Medical Ex
REk'ERENCES—IIon. A. R. Nelms, Rev. S. J.
8. Nixon, Chambershurg. and Wm. M. Marshall,
Cashier of the 13agrstowu Bank.
Persons desiring information or wishing to imam will
please call on. or by addressing the undersigned they will
be waited on in any part of the Couhty or State.
marD W. G. REED, Agent:
1829 CHARTER PERPETUAL--
FRANKLIN FIRE INSURANCE COM.
PAIVY OF PHILADELPHIA.
On January 1, 1965
MEM= CLAMS, 1 /NCO= FOR 1E65
08,416. $3 COO tee
Colts Pam WICE 1529.
PERPETUAL AND TEMPORARY POLICIES ON
, LIBERAL TERMS.
-Chaties N. Banker, Isaac Lee,
Tobias Wagner, Edward C. Dale
Samuel Grant, Geo. Pales,
,lacob R. Smith, Alfred Fitter,
Gemge W. Richards, Fres. W. Lewis, Id. D.
CHARLES N. BANCKER, President
EDWARD C. DALE, Vice President
Us. W. ISI'A LUSTER, Sec'y pro. tem.
, DAVID OAKS is the authorized Agent of the Com
paq in Chambersharg, who will furnish all information
necessary to applicants. ' rest-att.
TNSZRANCE COMPANY OF NORTH
AMERICA. Incorporated 1724. Charter-Perpetual.
CAPITAL e 500,000. Office 211 Walnut Street, Phila
-delphia. The prompt payment of Claims for Lopes during
the period of n early seventy years thelldto Company - has
been to exiatenee, entitles them to the to9,infidenee of -the
The company Hill abo insure against thee by WAR or
Persons wishing to insure will please call on el...address
the undersigned. W. G. REED, Agent, Cliambersburg.
As Agent for this Company, I am prepared to Cancel
all Perpetual as well at Term policies covering property
deitroyed by the Rebels on the 30th of July. returning the
full premium paid on application at my Mike.
W. G. REED, Agent.
lIISERENCES—J. D. Grier, J. Allison p Eyster, Esq.,
Iluiar J. C. Austin, Col. A. K. Al'Clure. febd
OUR AGENT.—Mr. Joan GROVE, of
Chambersbmg, is the General Agent of the Frank
lin County Mutual Insurance Company. jnne7)
MASON Sr, HA,MLIN'S
31ELODEONS were introduced some twenty years
since, and were succeeded by the HARMONIUMS about
nine years ago. The CABINET ORGAN was brought
to its present Kate of perfection only in the summer of
THE AUTOMATIC BELLOWS SWELL
has great advantages over any other invention of the kind,
is capable of much finer ejects than can be produced by
any other, and is more easily used by the performer, and
excels especially in capacity for expression.
Please notice advance in prices.
CABINET ORG AN S .--S n Is: REED.
No. 15. Four Octave, Single Reed, in Walnut or
Oak Case ellO
No. 16. The Same, in elegant Rosewood Case 135
No. 17. Five Octave, Single Reed, in Walnut or
Oak Case 130
No. le. The Same, in elegant Rosewood Cage...... 160
Nrz - 19. Four 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 Case 170
No. 22. The Same: - in elegant Rosewood Case. 200
No. 23 Tlic4o6.anle, - in Solid Carved Walnut or
Oak, with Walnut Carvings. • 200
Nail. Six Stop Cabinet Or, in Walnut or.
Cat Case. 300
V). * 13. The Same, in elegant Rosewood Case 360
EIGHT STOP. -
No. 12. Eight Stop Cabinet Organ, in Walnut or
Oak Case. 1023
No. U. The Same, in elegant Rosewood Case. 500
No. 24. The Same, in Solid Carved .Walnut. 500
No. 10. Pedal Bass Cabinet Organ, in Walnut or
Oak Case 600
Came of zstra fin ish on hand, or made'ro order.
No. 5. Five Octave, Piano Style, Rosewood Case.
No. 6. The Same, Portable, Rosewood Case: 110
No. 7. The Same, Portable Walnut Case.
ive, Portable, Rosewood Case.._ ..• 75
e pamphlets Burnished by the subscri•
tens. Masan & Hamlin we are enabled
York prices, and charge nothing for
number of their iastrarbents, and can
S. S SHRYOCK, Agent,
• Chambetaburg, Pa.
CHUNTING. TEACHER OF MU
. me, takes great pleasure in announcing to the
citizens of Chambersburg, that he is prepared to give in
structlins on the PIANO, MELODEON, or CABINET
ORGAN, - rid most respectfully solicits a liberal share of
Their paage. Those not in ‘he possessicin of Pianos
can obtain instruction at his home. and the use of a Piano
Residence of JoriN MULL, Queen streht, near Second.
Terms reasonable. may3Lly
Vooto ani) *book
I O ALL W OM IT MAY CONCERN.
TJACOB 'HUTTON'S BOOT' hr SHOE STORE.—
The tmdegrigneet . takes this method of returning his thanks
to hlitfrintireals' bbtMenl,' and the public generally, for
the yeti , liUtrail:Patreirtrign heretofore extended to him,
and hopei 11: his present Misfurune common with near
ly every business man in town, that he till still continue
to be remembered. Ho has the pleasure of informing the
public that he has opened his Store in the Basement of J
B. Me/Ana/ran', Duelling, on Second Street, four doors
Korth of the Methodist Church, where be is prepared to
offer a general.a.nortment of Men's, Women's and Chil
dren's Boots and Shoes, embracing his own and City man
ufacture, which, for excellece of style and durability are
superior to and of his former stock, and will be offered at
mites to snit aIL He is is Weekly Receipt of Goods from
Philadelphia, which for beauty trod 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 in guaranteeing all work made at his es
tahlishment. Don't forget the place, Four Doors North
oft the bfethoitist Church, Second Stress, East Side.-
111.11NICS, of the latest style, from approved makers, al.
ways on hand, and for sale at a very small advance on
original coot fang 24); JACOB HUTTON.
p EMOVED.—The undersigned has the
IA) pleasure of informing his old customers and the pub
tic generally, that he has removed his BOOT & SHOE
STORE to the New Brick Building of Grove Ludwig,
on Main Street, one door south of Greenawalt's Hotel,
where he Is now opening the largest assortment of Beots
and Shoes ever brought to the county. His stock embra
ces every variety of Youths', Ladies' and Men's BOOTS
k SHOES, which for style of finish, and durability of
wear, cannot be surpassed in the county, and which will
be sold at prices to snit the times. Having purchased THE
LATEST STYLE OF LASTS, he is prepared to make
— EUerroiher work. at short notice, by the best' workman in
the county. With a disposition to be obliging and ac
commodating, be hopes to merit a liberal share of pat
nonage—without a desire to monopolize, as his motto is,
In our common calamity, to live and let live.
Particular atoll/an pawl to all kinds of Repairing -
TERMS CASH, AND PRICES UNIFORM, 'WITH,
He has also on hand, and for sale cheiy, Trunks, Va.
Saes, Carpet Sacks, Linen and Paper Collars, Paper,
Envelopes, Ink-stands, Steel Pens, zee.
may 10 • P. FELDMAN.
N. B —All persons knowing - themselves indebted will
please call and make immediate settlement, that 1 may b e
enabled to meet ray former liabilities in the City.
Eirtanb ,fanq &lobo.
RCEM 0 V AL!
W3l WALLACE & CO
have removed their Dry Good Store to the stand occupied
. by them previous to thelfre, on the
Corner of Main and Queen Streets,
and are in receipt of a large lot of Goods, bought at mine
i4 prima at the late New York Nuctioue, to which they
nvite the attention of the public.
To mama is want of DrAermin weeny now isdhe time
. To the . ladles we offer a large emortment of Dress
Bleak and Faney Silks,
Plain and Fancy, natant's, &n.
We have a good assortment of Carpets, Matting, Oil
which we will sell low.
Er Call soon and get bargains. at
jone2B WM. WALLACE & CO'S.
JUNE 7TH, 1865.
HOT, HOT, HOT WEATHER!
PREPARE. FOR IT,
e METCALFE 4. • 11/TEX/IEIV
knee just returned from the fLutern eillres
° and are reoele
inK this day
, • ---- A• heerry 'stock of Summer Mooch,
' They pli a holefale and retoiL
LOOK HERE.—The BOOK AND PE
UIODICAL STORE nt 'GREENCASTLE, Pa..
INetkis doing a rood buninees, VI offered far ealo. For
ty;44. , ETTERROFF 6: ATHERTON.
lOW PIIINTISIO,-in every style, dune
V at Ow °Mold the pRANKLIN REPOSITORY.
DM% alth Ittebirines.
NEW' DRUG STORE,
West End of Brown's Hotel
ANEW MOVE.—Nixon has moved in
to his new roots, one door North of the one he emu
pied since December. He has now the facilities for con.
ducting his business pleasantly to castorners and himself.
and can offer advantages in stock not to be bad since the
fire. He invites all his old customer; and the balance of
the world to visit site.
A NEW It 0 0 M.—A full stock of
FRESH MEDICINES, with all the appliances to
condnet the Drug business proderly, can be found'at
NINON'S, Os SECY3ST ST.
.NTIXON'S, CATTLE POWDER.—The
11 demand for this excellent article is larger than ever.
tio Powderanstains its reputation better.
XON'S HORSE POWDER.—Evety
_LI Farmer should have it. There is nothing better
for impoverished condition of the blood.
TN THE WAY OF FANCY GOODS
1. Nixon's stock is the one to examine and parebase from.
KJW Al ' S , TANACEA, PURE COD
Liver Oil, and all patent Medicines always on hand
L AMPS.—COAL OIL LAMPS at
NIX ON'S DRUG STORE IS'ON SEC
OND STREET—haIt way between the Methodist
Church and Seller's New Hotel. •
SCHENCK'S SEA WEED TONIC, AT
COSTAR'S RAT EXTERMINATOR,
kJ at SPANgLERS.
NE , D l3 Ya 3 s IED h ICAL DISCOVERY.
11 I.iodsays livrtetter's Bitters,
Hoofland's German Bllteis. at
SOZODONT FOR THE TEETH, AT
BURNETT'S COCOAINE: F 0 R THE
HAIR at SPANGLER'S.
SWAIM'S PANACEA, AT
A."R S PILI S.
D'REGS! - DRUGS!!
..Jur C. IL CRF:SSLEW successor to HETSER & C6F-sa.
,LER, has opened in bislang room, on second street, oppo•
site the Post Office, where every effort will be made to
sustain the popularity the old establishment bad acquired
A continuation of the liberal patronage which the firm re.
ceiced is respectfully solicited- A fair stock of Drugs,
Chemicals, and Patent Medicines l new offered. Also a
desirable assortment of
Tooth Brushm '
and Palmy Articles in great variety,
KEROSENE LAMPS.—Every description of Hand
Luurops, Stand,Lamps, Hanging Lamps and Side Lamps
suitable for Kitchen use, Parlor um, Store Imo and oftire
THERfS'P COAL OIL I - : , .l , rrtE MARKET.
Family /Dyes of all Colors. Everything in a Oriaggirds
line of business.
a . Prescriptions receive special attention, and are
compounded with care and sitilL C. H. CRESSLER,
Second Street, opposite the Post Office.
attornt at Eats.
Gm. & w S. STEIiGER, ATTOR
• NEYS AT LAW.—W. S. STExcER, District At
torney and Agent for procnzl e i p c m i oas , Bounty Money
and'arreant of pay.
Office in James Dullield's dwellil Ig, on the West side of
Second Street, between Queen am I Washington Streets.
TUMBAUGH az • GEHR, ATTORNEYS
AT LAW.—Office opposite the Post Oak,— Will at-,
tend promptly to all business entrusted to their care.
P. S.—Authorized Agents for the colleetion of .Pensions,
Bounty, Back Pay and all ether claims against the govern
lA/ ' S EVERETT. Attorney at Law.
Y • Office on Market Street, opposite the Court.
House, formerly occupied by 4er. Cook, Esq. All legal
business entrusted to his care Will receive Prompt atten
JOIN STEWART, ATTORNEY AT LAW
Mee on Second Street, a few doors South of the
Market House. PENSIONS, BOUNTY andutber claims
promptly collected. [aug:ll.
Iv H. H.OOKENBERRY, ATTY. AT
Y • Law. Offlefiopposite Court Ilotuge„Chatabers
burg. Buninesa.promptly attended to. jumel4-3m
TJ. NY,LL, ATTORNEY AT LAw. Of
. flee aI h 1 residence on Second street, octl9
TB. 1 iENNEDY, ATTolitiEr..A.T" LA W
• Oft , me on barketstreet r, —,oefl9
9114TRi'iY CALVES.-Caine ilia farm
of the subscriber. one mild Weill otTayet:tilville, on
thoZitti day.of May, FOUR CALVES, two of whieb ore
red, one . - nearly' black and one rod and whlt‘E'near one
etre, aty d apparently about six months old. The corner
cab bat', ,e them by proving property, paying charges, &e.
Johee - teear &MO. DOWNEY.
one door west
and all the best
AdiniThIJEAL CHEMICAL . CO.'S
The Fertilizes prepared by the Agricultural Chemical
Co., companicliartered by the Legislature of Pennsyl
vania with a capital of ...5a51) . ,000,) have been proved in'
practice to be the cheapest, most profitable and best, for
.the Farmer, Gardener and Frnit-grower, of all concentra-
ted =mares now offered in any market. The Company's
list embraces the following
PAR - ULETTE
This Fertilizer is composed of night soil and the
elements of urine, combined chemically and mechani
cally with other ca — de fertilizing agents and absorbent
It is reduced to a , pulveralent condition; ready ferini
mediate use, and without loss of its highly nitrogendas fer
Its uuiversarapplicability to all crops and soils, and its
durability and active qualities. aro well known to be all
that agriculturists can desire.
This Fertilizer is largely composed of animal matter,
each as meat, bone, fish, leather, hair and wool, together
with chemicals and inorganic fertilizers, which decompose
the mass, and retain the nitrogenous elements.
It is a very valuable fertilizer for field crops generally,
and especially for potatoes, dud garden purposes.
Its excellent aualilies, strength and cheapness, have
made it veryKihr with all who have used it.
This highly phosphatic fertilizer is parlicularly adapted
for the eultiv'ation of trees, fruit_`, lawns and flowers. It
will,promote a very vizorott4 and-healthy growth of wood
and fruit, and largely increase , the quantity and. perfect
the maturity of the fruit: For hof•house and household
plants and flowers, it will be found au indispensable arti
cle to secure their greatest perfection. It will prevent and
cure dieeased conditions of the peach and grape, and is
excellent for trnts , t and lawns.
It is composed of Ench elements us make it adapted to
thu growth of nll kinds of crops iu till kinds of soils.
The formula or method of combining its constitttent Mr
ttliring ineedients have received the higheot appros al of
eminent demists and SCietthfiC ag-rieultutist,
PHOSPRA,TE OF LIME
Tle Agricultural Chemical COM pill y man utanture
Irnotipbate of Lime in accordance with n new and valuable
formula by which a very superior article is pnxiuessi. so
as to be afforded at a less price than other manufacturers
charge. Pinetical tests have pros i est that its value, as a
fertilizer, is equal to the best Phosphate of Lime in the
All onieni of a Ton or mere, be delivered at the
Railroad Stations and the INliarre, of Shipment free of
eartaf r ce. Cartdge frill b^ ell,lrr. - .ed on all orders of t; box
rels or les,.
One dollar per Ton allowance fi?t• ferriage will be made
nu all sales delivered the Works of the punpaby. on
Canal Wharf. •
. CHE3IICAL CO. :S WORKS
AT CANAL WELLES; o's witr. DELAwAur.
Offirc, 4114, Arch St., Phi&MAP, Pa.
R. B. FITTS, General Agent
The Curripany .s Pompblet Ciivnlar, embracing cull di
reetions for using the above'Fertilizers, sent by mail, free
when requested. marehd•Emat
etteVt, --- trtTtCs ant -pants. •
w E L
. S ut T GE
FARI-CllO2 I VTS T
f R ; S
A PREVAILING ERROR CORRECTED.
The idea has become current, that Ryder has sold out
his nurseries, in part from the circumstance of haying sold
at auction a - python of stock last spring, the sale ofa.wWelt
Arem intended only-to reduce the surplus stock of sumo
leading items, and give all au opportunity to see for them.
selves, and all who a ere in attendance at the set eral alto.
lions well know that the stock on hand is very Large and of
superior qu.sitty. Several pretending nurserymen, solic
iting orders throngh this county have endeavored to mate
this idea bear upon the community; that this establish
ment is sold out and the business discontinued. Such and
-similar falsehoods have been indulged in by local an
traveliug tree speculator: for the peculiar benefit of them•
no Ire.. The public are hereby informed that the business
is.-ltd a ill be continued us heretofore, and al( orders how
ever large or small, mall be hlledentire from our own
gthunds. We grow a full stock of every Frust Tree,
Plant, or Grupe Vine descrbed in our catalogue, and con
sequently are not dependent on other nurseries fur a snp
ply. nor compelled to send off several hundred miles for
"IrePs to fill the orders of our customers.
We are prepared: to fill orders entire from our Men
grounds and twenty per cent. cheaper. considerintftthe
quality of the stuck, than any other establishment in the
county. All persons who wish to purchase are invited to
call personally and examine stock. Early attention tothis
a ill be of vast interest to those interested as we can show
a great variety of fruit through the fruit seas:mi. Fruit
fur sale lit the ti r limeries in large or small quantities.
Post Office uddress, London Franklin Co, Penna.
- e B. L. RYDER, Proprietor.
West Franklin Nurseries, on the London and Cove Gap
FRANKLIN NURSERY.—Desirous of
eleariegyftamy ...... I offer fur sale,
:30,000 AfT_LE TREES
These Trees are grafted with the best and most appro
ved varieties of Apples, and are grown on good sandy
loam. They have an abundance of fine fibrous roots, and
eau he removed without risk. They can be furnished
from five feet to nine feet in helghth with proportionately
heavy stalks, and are well worth the attention of persons
wishing to plant orchards. I will sell them at from 810 to
814 per 100, according to size and quality of Treo, when
ordered in quantities of 100 and upwards.
PEAR, CHERRY and I'EACII TREES for fall plant•
ing also on band.
EVERGREEN and SHADE TREES In variety, with
a general assortment of SIIRDBBERY.
GRAPES.-1 am prepared to revels e and fill orders for
Grapes for fall planting, such as Concords (the best dark
now - cultivated,) Diana. Reboecrfi Delaware, T. Nalen,
and all the latest varieties offered.
• • • .
A moderate charge to cover expenses for packing. All
goods delivered in Chambessburg or at the Mill Road
Orders addressed to the undersigned will receive
prompt attention. 3. HEYSER. Agent,
may3l-1m Franklin Nursery. Chambersburgya.
WEST FRANKLIN NURSERIES
! TREES, PLANTS, VINES, &C.
The subscriber would call the attention of all persons
who ha ve not a Tall supply orr suit on their premises, to
the large and well selected assortment of Fruit Trees,
Vines, rec., now offered lOr the tall trade Our stock in
very large and comprises the best varieties known to pa.
rt -,,A r ,g ‘ sts. our collection of Fruits of every class is by
far the large}t in the county and second to none in the
We invite all flio wish to purchase Trees to any extent,
to come and see and leave their orders at the earliest pos
Bible opportunity. We guarantee that no one. will egret
the visit, WI IV! , are prepared to show more variety in the
fruit line than any similar establishment in the country.
Fruit can be seen growing at any time through the trait
season. , Fruit for sale at the wineries of all kinds in sea
son. Address, It. L. RYI/ER, Proprietor,
London, Franklin (;e., Pa.
West Franklin Sursciiies, on the Loudon and (love Gap
SHADE AND ORNAMENTAL TREES
IN VARIETY.—Large sited Shutt* , Trees for street
planttna, Orders for those should be sent is early. They
ran best be seen and determined upon while the fbinuere
is spun them. fjunel 3m) B. L. RYDEIL '
(Voting . .
QUARTERS AND NEW STOCK
. THE o,Ab .n ? E i..2l , lT T G H E oi t .s i r , oHrum.
'rife undersigned. after a temporary absence necessitated
by the destructioii of Chambemburg, has again returned
and opened nut in full blast m the Market House between
Wiillace'a Dry Good store and Huber & Lemaster's Cro
"72l,e,AM,l.WlT,e'r-Otps, of every description
srhig 7 stoek consists of Ready Made Clothing ouch as
GOT Coats. DM! Coats, Pants, Vestry Under shi rt , ,
Drawers, &c., also
, GENTLEMENS' FURNISHING GOODS, eneh as
0. 0 , 0 , suspenders, Glove 4., Shawls, Handkerchiefs, Col•
lam, Umbrellas. &e., &c.
ills stock of Cloths for customer work consists of French,
English and Domestic manufacture. Black Doe Skis and
Fancy Cassimers Bhtcl, Satm, Figured bilks, Plain and
Fancy Cassimer Vestings which will be made up to order
in style's to salt the taste of customers, on short notice, Oral
Hasing engaged a practical Cutter from the East, lam
prepared to fullst. chatting In the most fashionable style.,
and as none but experienced workmen are engaged per
sons may rely upon getting their Burk well done nt my
Thankful for the patronage heretofore bestowed, I re
speetfully solicit a oontlntutnee of the eamC.
F°l'. SAJA.--A . full course Seholarsliip
la the Quaker City 13usiaess College of Philadelphia,
Apply at Ws office. feep7.
ebe franktitt iltpositonj, lejaitibeitiburg, a.
CiELWICKS & 13tRit'HART
Wholesale goods at City 'prices. Wholesale goods
at City prices.
GELWIC,KS & BURKHART
Keep the Jarged-cmsortment in town. Keep the
largest assortment in town:
GELWIoKS & BURKHART
Have an immense stock of &I ' , cheap, in whole half;
quarter and nialith htirrein.
QELIVICKS & BURKHART,
Offer 1000 sacks G. A. Salt, Anaeriean, Liverpool
and patent sacks, wholesale and retail. at less figures than
any other house in town.
a ELWICKS & BURKHART
NJI Keep a rery fine selection of Pickled and Preserved
Fruits - . Jellies, Pickles ready for the table, Spiced Oys
ters, Canned Peaches, Canned Corn, Canned Tomatoes,
.choice Dried Beef, fine Sugar Cured Hams.
GE,LWICKS & BURKHART
Offer line Green and Black Teas, Chocolate pre
Spices, and - baking articles. prime Cheese, lam assort-
ment of Fresh Craekers and Cakes.
GELWICKS S. BURKHART.
Sell all grades of Syrups. Molasses. Coffees. Sugars
and Rice. Ishol , .,sale and Retail.
GELWICKS Ec BURK - HART
Have a very lame assortment of Queeasware, &me
n are, Tumbiets. Brushes, Brooms, Baskets, Cords and
GE LW I CK S Wilkll-AliT.
Keep 11. very heavy stock of aill kinds and grades of
Tobaccos and Sept. and sell tow, whnleside !Ind
FARMERS LOOK TO YOUR' INTER-'
EST. Go to GELWICRS & BURKHART'S for
Salt, Fish and Groceries.
Manufacture all kinds of Candy and Confiantienery, ,
sell all hind; of Fruit , , Nuts. Oranges, Lemons, Figs,
Prune, Abiond , t Raisins, &e.. wholesale and retail,
ELAVICKS' & BUR S
Is the pinee to go for the largest add most varied
assortment of Store Goo& 'ln town, and at reasonable
CIELWICKS & BURKHART
9.11 f-rerm, Cool. Nv - h.v., Ladnicaduk and Kern 4
F ACTS' FACTS!! FACTS!!!
E. D. REID
• having Just returned from the Eastern cities,
Is now opening a large and general
City Cured Hams and Dried Beer.
Prime No. 1 and d Short? Mackerel,
in barrels, half-barrels. quarters and kits.
Havre•dr•-Grace. Smoked and Salt Herring.
Plated Shad (without bones),
Canned Fruits and Jellies,
T.. iianntmas, Pine Apples,
7-7 Pnmes. Furs.
of al] the improved patent Eatterus. Also,
CORK•SEALED GLASS A:CD STONE JARS,
besides one Moab:tad five bundled article§
not above named, and ah of -
which will be cold at a small advance. at the Family
Groceiy on the South-east corner of Main and
ilashlngton items, chonther ß bu rg .
_ Cash paid far Country Produce.
MARKET HOUSE.—The undersigned
respectfully inform their numerous customers and
the public generally that they have re-opebed their Gro
cery' Store in the room formerly occupied by the Hook and
Ladder Company. in the Market House,
.and take Dili
method of returning their thanks for the Shirai patronage
heretofore extended to them. Their stock is complete in
every variety of FAMILY GROCERIES, consisting of
Ham. Syrups, Salt, Mackerel, Coffee, Sugars, Teas, To
baccos, Brushes, Brooms, Buckets, Cords, Twines, Glass.
ware, Qneensware and everything heretofore kept at their
former place of business. They will always keep a stiff].
dent stock on hand to be enabled to meet rot demands of
the community. COUNTRY PRODUCE taken in ex.
change for goods at cash market prices. ' Don't target the
place. (Market House.) three s tipors from the corner, on
Queen Street. [II tig3ll tit ft ER dr LEMASTER.
SPRECHER'S GROCERY STORE.
The untlersurned has the largest stuck of FAMILY
11120f2ER I T.S tn town, winch he offers to - the public at the
lowest CASII PRICES. It to not necessary to enumerate,
no hie stock is large and complete.
Highest priceepaid fur COUNTRY PRODUCE In
exehangehtr taug3ll CYRUS SPRECHER.
et T. HOLLOWAY, WHOLESALE
• GROCER AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
503 MARKET SIRFFIT,(NorIiz Fide above Fifth strello
IF YOU WANT GOOD GOODS AT
the'loa•eAt prierr. call at the Family Grocery of E. 1).
REID, opposite Dr. Stteq.erott's.
WINES ABED LIQUORS
LAIT 3t A 14, S A 1.,A DE & CO.,
NO. 12.3 , OrTii NINTH STREET., 1
Basvor (7eltstil and frabott Preets, Pleils
GE°. M. LAI'MAN, )
A. M. SALLADr.,
J. D. BrrnNu,
RIVESI:7 OARDRAT & CO.'S
SUPERIOR COGNAC BRANDY,
VISTAOE OF 183 Ft,
Farb bottle Npaind with green tens with the initial" of the
SUPERIOR OLD-MADEIRA WINE
PINE SHERRY, CLARET AND
AND AN ,AS'.OIIT3IFINT OF -
FINE BRANDS OF CHAMPAGNE.
'OSBORNE & CO.'S
VEILY vim: AND DELICATE
OLD PORT WINE,
Eanb bottle sealed with yellow! wax With the initialeotthe
: LAUMAN, SALLADE & CO.,
No. ltle South Ninth Street, Philadelphia.
OLD RYE WHISKEY
- OLD WHEAT WHISKEY,
TAFFEY'S WILISKEY, - -
,• LAUMAN, SALLADE -
No. !:A South Ninth &rect. Philadelphia,
3. T 110,SKIN8ON.
Raisins and Nuts
Awl last, Tan not least. the largest and
best assortment of
GLASS AND QUEENSWARE
• out of the city of Philadelphia.
..FRUIT JARS •
LAUNAN, SALLADE & CO
Eirieti of grabef,
PENNSYLVANIA RAILR - OAD
_WMTER TIME TABLE. FIVE 'TRW DAILY
tb aad frontJPkilwirlphin and Pittsburg. On and after
Monday, October 31st. 1864. the Passenger Trains of the
Pennsylvania Railroa I Company will depart fronrtanis
barg and arrive at Pt ladelphia and Pittsburg tie follows:
THROUGH EXPRESS THAD: leaves Harrisburg dal•
ly at 2.45 A. ac. and arrives at West Philadelphia at 6.55
FAST - LINE ieaves Harrisburg daily (except Monday)
'at 8.00 a. Si., and arrives at West Philadelphia at 12.40
P. st. Passengers take breakfast at Lancaster:T..
Van TRAIN leaves Harrisburg daily, (except Sun
day) at L3O P. tt., and arrives at West Philadelphia at S.-
PITTSBURG AND ERIE PRESS leaves Banis
hing daily (except Sundays) a 55 P. 3f., and arrives at
West Philadelphia at 4.0) A. Id.
HARRISBURG ACCOMIODA ON TRAIN, leaves
Harrisburg daily (except Sunday) at 4.00 P. li., and ar
rives at West Philadelphia at 9.30 P. 91. This train has 710
connection from the West.
COLUMBIA ACCOMMODATION TRAM leaves Har
risburg daily (except Sunday) at 7 A. M., and arrives at
Lancaster at 9.10 A. 1E: connecting (except on Monday)
with the Fast Line east.
PITTSBURG AND ERIE EXPRESS leaves Harris
burg daily (ekeept Sunday) at 12.35 A. 31.1. Altoona 6 . 50
A. M., take breakfast, and arrive at Pittsburg at 12.40 P.M.
BALTIMORE EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Harrisburg
daily (except Monday) at 0.25 A. 51,..1 Altoona 8.15 A.
' , take breakfast, and arrives at Pittsburg at 1.40 P. 31. -
THROUGH EXPRESS leaves Harrisburg daily at 3.-
25 A. SL, Altoona at 8.15 A. It., take breakfast and arrives
at Pittsburg at 2.40 P. 31.
FAST LINE leaves Harnsburg daily (except Sunday)
at 4.00 P. M.: Altooaa at 9.10 P. 3t., take supper, and ar
rives at Inttsburg at 2.01 A. 31.
MAIL TRAIN leaves Harrisburg daily (except Sun
day) at 1.40 P. M.: Altoona at 7.55 P. M., take supper, and
arrives at Pittsburg at 1.30,P. 41.
MOUNT JOY ACCOMMODATION west leaves Lan.
caster at 11.20 A. M., connecting there with the Mall west ;
leaves Mount Joy at 11.51 A. It., and arrives at Harrisburg
THE HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION TRAIN
from Pittsburg, which arrives at Harrisburg at 6.30 P. Id.,
mops there, passengers for East of Harrisburg lay over un
til 11.55 P. M. SAMUEL D. YOUNG,
nov9 Sup't Middle Div. Penna. - D. R.
NORTHERN CENTRAL RAILWAY
FALL T73IL TABLE.—Fchtr Trains Daily w
and from Bald:au:re and Washington City.
Connections made with trains on Pennsykraniaßailroad,'
to and from Pittsburg and the West.
FOUR TRAINS DAILY to and from the North andi
West Branch Susquehanna, Elmira and aIl of Northern
:In and after Monday, Oa. 17th, 1%1, the Passenger
Trains of the Northern Central Railway will arrive at and
depart from Harrisburg and Baltimore as follows :
MAIL TRAIN leaves Sunbury daily (except
Sunday) 10:25 a..X.
leaves Harrisburg 1:20
arrives at Baltimore 5:40 P.M.
EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Sunbury daily (ex
cept Sunday) 11:45 P.m.
" leaves Harrisburg (except
Monday). 2:50 A.M.
arrives at Baltimore ...... 7:00 A.M.
HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION leaves
SUNBURY ACCOMMODATION leaves Sun-
- bury daily (ex. Sunday) , .. .7:30 e -It,
PHILADELPHIA EXPRESS TRADlleaces
'Sunburyjdally (ex. Sunday) 9:05 P.M.
MAIL TRAIN leaves Baltimore daily (except
leaves Harrisburg 1:35 'P.M:
arrives at Sunbury - 4:05 Pat.
EXPRESS ITRAIN leaves Baltimore daily... 9:30 P.N.
arrives at Harrisburg 1:50 A.M.
11 leaves Harrisburg daily_ (ex
cept Monday) 3:15 A.M.
" arives at Sunbury 5.53 A.B.
ERIE EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Baltimore
" leavaes dily (
Hearrisbur xce g pt Sunda ys daily )
(ex - at.. 7:30 P.M.
cept Sundays) at. ` 12:33 a.m.
arrives at Stmbury at A.M.
HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION leriums 3:25 A.
Baltimore daily(ex. Monday 3:00 P.M.
" - arrives at Harrisburg at . - . 1 . 7:50 P.M.
risburg daily (ex. Sunday) 4:00 P.R.
The Erie Express and Philadelphia Exprega are through
trains to and from Erie and all intermediate points. Mail
and Express trains run through to Elmira.
For fttrther Information apply at the Office, in Pennsyl
vania Railroad Depot.
0ct2614 J. E. DuBARRY, Gem Supt.
PHILADELPHIA AND ERIE RAIL
BOAD.—This great line traverws the Northern and
Northwest counties of Pennsylvania to the city of Erie, on
Lake Erie. -
It has been leased by the Penacylvania Railroad Com
pany, and is operated by them. -
Its entire length was opened for pa , ,,enger and freight
business, October 17th, 1864. •
TIME OF PASSENGER TRANS 4 AT HARRISBURG
Lock Haven Accommodation.
Lock Haven Accommodation 1:40 P. X
Passenger Cars run through On Mall Train, without
change both ways between - Philadelphia and Erie, and
Baltimore and Erie.
Elegant Sleeping Cars on Mail Train both ways between
Philadelphia and Le.el: Haven, and on Elmira Express
Train bothqraye beiNreen Williamsport and Baltimore.
For intbrmatian.respemang reesengeelmsiaoes_apply at
:orner 30th arid Market Streets. Pliigdelphis.
And for Freight business of the Compaav's Agents
S. B. K.o:osioN,'Jr., Cur. 13th and Market Sts., Phila.
J. W. Rer.4ol.os. Erie.
WB. BROWN, Agent N. C. R. H., Baltimore, Md.
H. H. HOUSTON,
Gen. Freight Agent. Philadelphia,
H. W. GWLNER,
Gen. Ticket Agent, Philadelphia.„
JOS. D. PO S,
Gen. Manager, Williamsport.
CUMBERLAND VALLEY & FRANK
RAFLROADS.—CHANGE OF rounz—
On and after Monday, October 31, 1864, Passenger Trains
will run daily, al-follows, (Sundays excepted):
FOR CLIA3IIIERSBISRG AND HARRISBURG,
" Carlisle 6:30 10:10 2:46
Meehauicsburg 7:00 10:42 3:16
Arrive at Harrisburg 7:30 iias 3:45
FOR CHAMBER BURG AND HAGERSTOWN:
A.M. F.M. P.M.
Leave Harrisburg 8:05 1:40 4:15
"-- •NechanicstrUrg 8:47 2:2.0 - 4:50
-" Carlisle 9:27 2:58 5:15
" Newville 10:02 3:34
" Sbippensburg 10:33 441
Arrive at Chambersburg 11:00 4:35
Leave Cbambersbarg - 11:10 4:45
" Greencastle 11:55 5:35
Arrive at Hagertotvu — 12:35 6:15
. . . _
Making close connections at Harrisburg with trains for
Philadelphia, New York and Pittsburg, and with trains
for all points West.
The Train leaving Harrisburg at 4t15 P. M. runs only as
far as Carlisle. 0. N. LULL. Supt.,
R. R. Office, Chamb'g, Oct 31, 1864
'pato, ant eapo.
LEGHORN & BRAID' HATS
STYLES AM) COLORS,
THAT DEFY COMPETITION,
NEW STYLE OF HATS
THE PATENT RESORT HAT,
, MOBT COMFORTABLE FLAT WORN,
STRAW GOODS! STRAW GOODS!!
has received another large lot of
which he is selling at
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES
A:SPLENOID ARTICLE OF
COME TO THE MARKET HOUSE
HATS. CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES.
W. W. PAXTON has just opened a fine assortment of
HATS, CAPS, BOOTS and SHOES, at his new Store In
the Market House, where he can furnish all articles in his
line, cheap for Cash. Some goods are sold ai old pekes.
A fine assortment of CANES, UMBRELLAS, CAR
PET BAGS,- VALISES, &a, constantly on hand.
Call and examine our large stock of
sepMl I .V.t V. PATON.
UN6ERLICH .54 N.
- FauwAßDrsa AND COMMISSION IMIRCDASTA,
Second North Street, opposite the QuMberland Valtcy
llntlroad Depot, ehambersbarg, Pa..
Cara run regularly to and from Philadelphia and Bahl.
more. •• 3
AGENTS,e-Perteock, Zell & Ilinchanan, No. RE 11far
ket Et, Philadelphia. .i
• Lykeas Valley; Broken Egg and Nutt COAL, .(dnect
firma thi minas): WEltesbarni and Ana Grove FOUNDRY
MAL, Ljahvgx, EFIINGLEE, SALT t FLAtzyga and
HancockG y. cili
EMENT, kept constantly. FLOUR,
GRAIN and PRODUCE of all Vends purchased at the
highest cash prices.
Sept% 63. WUNDERLIOH & NEAD.
*tains ant irtit*Eiare.
GREAT RE-D u,c T 1 0 N
I N R-_ I C S!!
TINWARE .S . TOVE DEALERS,
lime reduced the prices of their goods por cent
They will put on. the best quality TIN ROOFING
(finding the Tin, foe) for fa per square. If the owner
finds the Tin they will pat it on. eeldgred, for 0 4 per
People would do well.to call upaa them before waking
contracts or purchases elsecr here.
Particular attention will be paid to SPOUTING, JOB
'BING, de., at the cheapest rates
LIGHTNING kopEL, of best:Gulrauized Iron. put up
strongly and cheaply.
M., EL CO., hare aline aq,airtmentof
,TAP A Zi%ED,
ICE CREAM FREEZERS.
all of which they offer at short profits
Give Them a call mid 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 in Philadelphia. and all stoves sold by us
are guaranteed to be good bakers and give satisfaction.
Also—A large lot of 'Pin Ware,-which we are' selling at
very, low - prices. Persons to want of good Cook Stores or
Tin 'Ware are invited to call and examine for themselves
at ETTER & EYSTER'S,
Main St., opposiie Eyster S Bro's Store. •
EROSENE -OILD LAMPS.—We
.ux. bare just received a new assortment of Kerosene
Lamps, which we are selling at. very low mines. Per
sons in want of Mei and gCod Kerosene Lamps wilt save
money by inning and examining our assortment. Also,
all kinds of repairing Lamps done by
! ETTER & ESYTER.
Main St., wOosite Eyster & Bro's Sore.
HOUSE AND BARN SPOUTING.-
We are prepared to dO Spouting and Jobbing of all
kinds with neatness and dispatch. and warranted to give
satisfaction. AIso—"LIGHTNING RODS" _ put up on
Houses or Rains at short notice, by
ETTER & EYSTER,
inayl.o Main St.. opposite Eyvter
1:40 A. M.
1:30 P. AL
las A. H.
Aartanare etitletp, t.
H WA AR E
111.713. ER TOLBEP.T
nearly opposite their old place of business.
with an extensive stock of Hardware, Cutlery , &c.
Iron, - Paints, , '
Spikes, • —. Turpentine.
- Hinges, Varnish.
• Planes, - Glass,
Files, Blasting Powder,
Brushes, Grind Stones,
Shovels, Cedar Ware,
Rakes, .. Pocket Knives,
Spades, &c_ &c:
Special attention is called
Builders and Contractortc .
as they are
prepared to tarnish - in any quantity,
everything in their line.
Call and examine our stook. aprßl
COACH AND SADDLERY
The subscriber respectfully informs his friends and the
public,. that he continues to easy- on The above business,
at his old stand, on Maio Street opposite the German Re
formed Church, CIiAMBEIRSBURG, Pi.
Having enlarged his business, Saddles and Coach
makers will find in his Store Room a general assortment
of goods stilted to their several requirements, such as
Fairand Country Hogskins, •
Saddle Trees and Girthing.
Gig Trees, Full Plated, Tinned and Japanned; Goat
Hair, Straining Web and Worsted Rain
- Web, lower than Cotton
Flames, Bits and Stirrups, Plated, Tinned and Japanned
Coach Handles, new styles; Curtain Frames; Rub Bands;
Bridle Fronts; Roseates, Swivels and Ornaments; Iron
Plated and Wood Gig Raines.
BUCKLES—BRASS, SILVER AND JAPANNED,
all Styles and Patterns; Ivory and-Wooden Martingale
Rings, Stump Joints, and a variety of other goods suitable
for the trade.
ALL KLNDS OF PLATING, &c., done with neatness
and despatch. [decl4] LEWIS W AMPLER.
BRAND &' FLACK
Bad a few goods_ under the pavement which were not
bumed i Such as Locks., Hinges, Screws and other Hard
ware. Besides, they have Just received from New York
and Philadelphian very large lot of goods, purefiesed much
cheaper than they are generally sold. They having been
burned out, therefore We offer Iron, Nails, Hocks, Hinges,
Screws, Bolts, 911%9 . limo, Paint, &a., at the ienrez!
TO BLACKSMITHS AND FARMERS!
We have on band about 10 Ton‘ Iron of different kinds,
which we will sell lest than it can be bought in the city.
Also we have 100 kegs of Neils and Spikes, we offer at
from 6 to 10 dollars per keg.
Knives' and Forks, Scissors, Razors, Pocket Knives,
arcking, Le., just received from New York which we offer
very low. - sep2B
CARRIAGE MAKERS' GOODS,
Shoemakers' Findiags, _—
at BRAND & FLACK'S.
SHOVELS. FORKS AND SPADES AT
.5 cents each still many other articles, which was in
the tire, which can be made as gtxxl as new
at BRAND & FLACK'S.
C - --
EDSR WARE—CaII at the Store in
the Alley. ,BRAND & FLACK.
tobacco aub *rpm
TACOBS' TOBACCO AND CIGAR
P., STORE.—Haring re-built my Tobacco and Cigar
Store on South Main street, (corner of Washington &Main
streets,) two squares from the Diamond, I would invite all
to call and examine my stock, consisting of •
Congress, all kinds, Cavendish.
Twiot, all kinds, Rose Tills;
Flounder, Old Virginia.
Davy. 'Honey Dew,
Michigan Fine Cut, ' ,k..c., itc.i
Anderson Shorts . Solace,
Talisman,_ H' Delight,
Plantation, Sunny Side. iSi.c:
' RaPPeei Scotch. -
Large Hand, _ ' Big Lick,
Cut and Dry, i Danville,
Tames River, • Grant,
J. A. JACOBS.
REMOVAL OF BUSH'S TOBACCO
AND SEGAR STORE.—Theundersigned has re
moved his Tobacco and Segar Store to his new room. on
SECOND STREEMenar door to the Friendship Engine
House, where be will keep on hand a complete stuck of
TOBACCO AND SEGARS, Finches Natural Leaf, hitch
igan and Smoking Tobacco, Pipes, &c.
FINFROCK'S ARBLE WORKS,
:SECOND STREET. SOETIT OF QUEEN,
MONUMENTS, HEADSTONES, &c.,
Mantatictured to order in the best atylo and of the Latest
AND ENAMELED WARE,
WATER COOLERS, &C
Haug opened tbqirstare
on Main stieet,
consisting in part of
Boas anti ;*tatiOitreg.
T E•OLD. BOOK - S T AND
S. S. SHRYOCK.
Has been removed to the new building opmsite the POtifi
PFFICE, where a full tmottmeot of -
SCHOOL AND MISCELLANEOUS HODES,
STATIONERY, PHO'lbtltAPlf ALBUMS, En'.
Can be bad at exceedingly Low Price*. -
_ WALL PAPER and WINDOW SHADES, a latg
'and new stock- 4
Pairehild's Celebrated Gobi Pens. fully warranted.
Orders taken for . goods, which will be Expressed in the
The New York and Phiindelphia Papers received dark)
for which weekly Aultierifitions taken. •
Firet Class Novels,,Magnxines and Periodicals reeeixec
as Sege Cte iittk.Coca.
We eon sell Ploitevaph Albums cheaper ban They (sit
be I*d-else Where.
MUSIC sent free of pcttcge to any part of the county.
, Gilt Frames. Worsteds end Fancy. Goods constantly on
arraugertleets aro such that we can supply any hr
dexs satisfactorily-Ili-Ili with d.sranth.
3iIC J. tL Sun Vies:, is non ,orated in New York. which
stables us to lusiertake the to,t complex comer:esker.
Ohl Books of Finn:War etUtnnis. dates or styles heated
Iva; a I:easonabie troct'l
WROUGHT AND CHILLED rßos
FIRE AND BURGLAR-PROOF SAFES.
VAULT DOORS, AND LOCHS.
Every safe of this inautifJeture is Amu one inch to Inc
inches thick . (according to size,) of solid iron, dined by
'praetjog on to a network of Wrought iron bars, and is fas
toned by Lillie,' Combination Lock, whiehhas nu Keynor
Key hole, thus renderingtit securesgainst burglars, and
.inside . .of this Iron wall is attacked the best fire-proorlilling
'known. The great thickness of irontia these safes residers
them secure in a fire from being warped or drawn oat of
shape by heat or linen being crusheilby the fall of walks
Or timbers or its own fall. The Vattlt Doors are It lachis
thick and il inches thick of chilled and Wrought Ism and
are fastened by Lillie,' celebrated Lock. Send for circu
lars or price hots to the subscriber. who is role agent for
central Pennsylvania. GEO. W. EARsotis,
rnnmhl-Gm= 110 Markel St, Harrisburg:Vit.,
• • ....
J. C. tactlicitl , S. 3L 0. .CO. 310STGOAILV, N. 7).
- - p ICHARDS & MONTGOAIEILY- : have -
_Ltd asi•oriatinl them.sel, es in the Practice of Metticint,
and have opened an attire in Dr. Richards' new Wilding,
on Main street, a Tow doors Smith of the Diamond
persons indebted to either of the above, will please
make early settlement of the seine. s • [aug••2•l4fl
DR. J. S. i1.:113' HER OFFERS HIS
s.vrsiees as n Ph.tettrinn and Surgeon to the eititens
et :it. Tnumas and vidinity. Promptness at all hours.
Posidenee entwine the Post Office. aprillMm
pb - R. W. IL BOYLE will attend proffipt:
iilt iv to all profeQslonal calls. Olhce in the Vestibule
of the Rem St °heel House near the Jail. tauitiM.
WISTA B A LS A M
ONE OF TITS 01.11E4T AND MOST, lIELIAIMX RIMEDIDER
Tnr. wow rog
Census, Colds, IVb.oopinx Cough. Bronchitis,
4 itcnity at Bfeathing, Asthma, Hoarseness,
Sore Throat. Croup and every
THE THROAT, LUNGS AND CHEST
WISTAR'S BALSAM OF WILD MERELY
So gene al has the, use of tlds remedy - become, and
so popular is it ever:.-where, that it is ttnneces- •
nary.-to recount its virtnes. Its works speak
for it. and find utterance in the ulaindant
and voluntary tostiwou3 of the many
who from long suffering and settled din
, ease Mire by ifs beeff reStored to pristine . _
v i gor and health. We can present a mass of ay.
ale - lien in prwf rAf our assertions. that eannotbe discredited
From Hr. Henry Ke 31crarithnrg, Pa
-Gen:lee:en : I do hereby certify that darinz the last ten
years I has e been •stteeet to trequent rc.r.,erc Coughs and
Colds. Wheneser I Irate experiencedhalof these attacks
kbave immediately resorted to Dr.Wistarliralsato of
Cherry, and the result Mae always been to afford me speedy
relief I would recommend this valuable article to nB
those who suffer from Coughs, Colds, Pain in the Breast,
or any Pulinouary Complaint, feeling confident that it trill
prove itself to be the best remedy in any of the eases;
would. boa ever. caution the public against a worthless
counterfeit, a bottle of which was once forced upon me.
The use of this spurious Balsam did me more harm than
Food The annmee Dr. Wistar e Baleam of Wild Cherry
is prepared by Seth W. Fowls. a: Co . 8.,t0n, and has their
printed name re us:llas the trratal signature of "L Burls"
open the cslde wrapper of each bottle.
From the Morris County
liorriszown. :. J.
Having used Dr. Wihtais Balsam of Wild Merry for
about fifteen 3 ears .d having realized its beneficial re
sulb. in my family. if affords me great pleasure in recom
mending it to the public as a valuable remedy in casese of
weak lungs. colds, conghs, and - a remedy srbiCh
consider to be entirely innocent,. and may be tsken with
perfect safety, by the most delicate in health.
From Hon. John E. Smith, a dirtinguishal Lmryex in
I have on several occasions used-Dr. Wistar's Balsam of
Wild Cherry for severe Colds, -awi always with decided
benefit I )snow 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, Merchant. Hall's Cross Roads, Md.
WISTAR'S BALSAM OF WILD CHERRY.
None genuine unless signed "I. Br?is -- on The wrapper.
FOR SALF. BY
J. P. DINSMORE. No. 4M Ilrcarrny. N. Y.
S. W. POWLE & Co.. Proprietors, Huston. and by as
• meals OldiSoreq. • •
BEDDING'S 'RUSSIA SALVE
Cure.; Burns, Scalds and Cub.
REDDING'S RUSSIA SALVE
Cures IVountl%. htuises and Sprains,
REDDLNG'S RUSSO. SALVE
Curet, Bulls, Ulcers and danceit
tzEDDrxer - * RUSSIA SALVE - --
Cures Salt Rheum, Piles', and Erysipelas.
REDDING'S RUSSIA SALVE
Cures Ringworm, Corns,,&o.. &o.
NO FAMILY SIIOULD BE WITHOUT IT.
Only Q. 5 Cents a Box.,
- rob SALE lIT _•
J. P. DuismouE, N 0.991 Broads - ay, In • .
FOWLff& Co., No. ISTremoat St.,? - 3p,ton, sad by
all Druggistsand Country• Storelseapets.
c , abblav antr VarneoEs.
L, JEREMIAH OYSTER respectfully returns 'his
thanks to his patrons for the liberal eneourdgement recei
ved from them heretofore, and he would incite them and
the community genet:ll-Iy, who may need any thing in his
line. to gin e bins a cfn at his new stand, on Main Street,
on the mine , ate oceupted be hint' precious to the tire, where.
he keeps eonatantly on hand en erf variety of SADDLE
RY AND HARNESS of his coin manu fa cture, and he
is preir.n•d to =et the SAMo on terns that defy competi
tion. Every urns to tittered tbr sale Is ivarrented to be
Made of the hest materod and by competent workman,
which will ho fully demunstrabsd on on examination there
TRUNKS AND VALISES.—Iie would arfio call the
attention of reNone - wanting a good. neittand cheap and
ault , tantial Trunk or Valise to hiioniiortnient. arintl3
cl A D D.D ER S' HARDWARE.—C. H.
GURDUcThus jnst purchased the East a large
stihrit of S.VDDLEIZs' \rant eensistidg of
Buckets Roars Bilis. flames lividlifronts. Tacks. 'Mv
ets, Rip...it - res. Swivels, Pal Serediri - ; Gig Trees, BlaQk
trimmed and hill.plarn Tines. Patent and
Enamelled Leather Siulillerie Bair. 'Patent 'Leather Col.
tarn Ornaments Girth awl It. in Welt Cock eye.. Thread,
Trunk. -NaiLs, 'Seek Pmteeter, dc. &c.. which hell:mites
Saddler's and others to call and examine, and which will
be sold at tow rates.
H. GORDON HAS ON HAND A
large assortment Saddles Harness, Collars. Bri
dles, craters, fimoy Bound. Bridles, Wagiot, Carriage
and Linen I , .;en of all buds. from
.5•,60 to 67.00; Curry
Combs, Horse Cards Hate Com ma, Brnslaes, Hone Boots.
COW Hides, and many otter articles not necessary _ to ena
F,AtoyAL.—C. H. GORDON has re
,moved his S A pl . ; It RN' glop to the stand occu
pied bylirn previous to 5 6 e - fire, on 31.4.1 X STAEET, a few
doors uuth of Clreenawalfa Hotel.
A.) 10` SPRING WOOLEN FACTORY
lvx -:1 ' undersigned thanklid Grr theliberai patron
age enteeded to him heretofore respectfully n0 n ,,,,, 0 , to
the public tint he has added a variety of NEW 51 A c , ff ,
NEIL?, 1 ,1 3 1 , ,, 0 n fry, ailjolehig the East end - of Green•
eustle, which will not only enable him lo facilitate Bork,
but to exceitt‘it In a manner that will give satisfaction io
all ifho may carried bite with their furore He is now
prepared to u menfartere Clothe, &winds. Mankog plain
&e., ut the shortest notice, k. 73
a aP st d ;lo '''; ;l s M l TV Lrn an 'il on F t I lVii 7ol ;tindernafisfartion t • 'AWL. Ginn
ing tto d F.? Cartnding, %Toren to order, on the met no`
teamed:ding tense. He Will al•qi attend to - county Cars*
jog and odtkin.e, limn the present date übtilebe 15th of
November, and no pains trill be spared to &wieldl who
mnelavor WM' with thetrlverir- • • • • -
Greencastle. April L'l.--am