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A MERMAN LIFE . INSURANCE AND
MUST CO., Omer Fourth and Plabitit Streets,
Philadelphia. Theorpented 1850. Charter Perpetaal
Attberized °cow, $500,000. Paid•Up Capital,elg,o" ,050:
Philadelphia, Feb. 4, 1884.
The Trustees have this day declared a Dividend of
FIFTY PEE CKNIT, on all premiums receivednpon
TOAL POLiere9 daring the year ending December 31st,
/8013, and In force at that date, the above amount to be
et:edited to said Policies, and have also ordered the divi
dend of 1860 on 'Policies issued during that year to be
paid, as the annual' premiums on said Policies ore re
:1 3 tjidenz-'4lexander
Set:resary and Drersturen—John S. Wilson.
dauctirn , —Jobn C. Sims.
BOARD OF TRUSTEES.—Alexander Wbllldin, J.
Edgar Thomson, George Regent, 'dim. James Polloc.k,
Albert C. Roberts, P. B. itingie, Samuel Work, William
J. Howard, Hon. Joseph Allison, Samuel T. Bodine, John
Alkman, Charles P. lleazlitt, Isaac Hazlehurst.
Wit. G. REED, Chamberstrarg, Pa, is the authorized
Agitut of the American Life Insurance and Trust Com
pw9y, and is always prepared to furnish pamphlets or any
Information wanted, and to take Insurances.
DES. J. C. RICHAEDS and W. H. BOYLP,, Medina Er.
REVERENCES—Hon. A. E. /Velure, Rev. S. J. Ric
ca', J. S. Nixon, Chambersburg, and Wm: M. Marshall,
Cashier of the Ilagerstown Bank.
Persons desiring Information or wishing to Insure will
pleasel call on, or by addressing tho undersigned they will
be waited on in any part of the eouhty Or State,
marS3 W. G. REED, Agent.
1829CHARTE ' PERPETUAL.-
FRANKLIN FIRE INSURANCE COM
PANY OF PIIILADELPHLI.
6 4 _501, 04
On January 1, 1865
LasEs Peso Sins 1829
INcour. FOR 1865
PERPETUAL AND TEMPORARY POLICIES ON
Charles N. Banker. Isaac Lee,
Tobias Wagner, • Eduard C. Dale. •
Samuel Grata, Geo. Fales,
Jacob R. Smith, Alfred Fitler,
George W. Richards, Free W. Lewis, H. D.
, CHARLES N. RANCHER, President.
- EDWARD C. DALE, Vice President.
JAB. W. ll'Au.asTEE, Seey pro. tem.
DAVID )ASS is the authorized Agent of the Com
pany in Chxunbersburgt, who will firnish all information
necessary to applicants. marO•tf.
INSURANCE COMPANY OF NORTH
AMERICA: Incorporated MI. Charter PerpetnaL
CAPITAL $500,000. Office = Walnut Street, Phila
delphia... The prompt payment of Claims for Losses during
the period of nearly seventy years that the Company has
been in existence, entitles them to the confidence of the
Tigicontpany will also insure against loos by WAR or
Persons sv,..'llsing to insure will please call on or address
the undersigned. W. G. REED, Agent, Chamberrimrgg,
As Agent for this Company, I am prepared to Cancel
alt Perpetual as well as Term policies covering property
destroyed by the Rebels on the:SOth of July, returning the
fall premium paid on applfcation at my office. -
W. G. REED, Agent.
IttEERF-NCES—J. D. Grier, J. Allison Eyries, r.sq.,
)laJor J. C. Austin, Col. A. K. Al'Clure. febB
• A .-Mr. OEM GROVE, 0
Cbauthersburg, is the General r%);ent of the Frank
lin County Mutnal last:lran - en Company. - june7)
MASON , Ze;
- MELODEONS were introduced some twenty years
since; and were succeeded by the HARMONIUMS about
nine years ego. The CABINET ORGAN was brought
to its present state of perfection only in the atm:liner of
THE AUTOMATIC BELLOWS SWELL
" has great advantages over any other invention of the Ida d,
• i capable of muck finrr effects than can be produced by
- hay other,-and is more easily used by tke performer, and
excels especially in capacity for apression.
1.... V" Please notice advance in prices.
. CABINET ORGANS.—Stu LE Mean.
No:15. Four Octave, Single Reed, in Walnut or
Oak Case $llO
No. 16. The Same, in elegant Rosewood Case 135
No. 17. Five Octave, Stogie Reed, In Walnut or
Oak Case 130
No. 18. The Same, in elegant Rosewood Case.-- 160
No. IS. Four Octave, Double Reed, in Walnut or
Oak Case..,, 140
No. 20. The Saute, in elegant Rosewisod Case. 165
. No. 21. Five Octave, Double Reed, in Waltuit or
Oak Case. 170
No. 22. The Same, in elegant Rosewood Case. 200
No. RI The Same, in Solid Carved Walnut or
(Yak, with Walnut Carvings. 200
No. 14. "St: Stop 'Cabinet Organ, in Walnut or
Cat Cake 300
vy 13. The Same, in elegant Rosewood Case. 360
NoOak : 12. Eight Stop Cabinet Organ, in Walnut or
No. 11: The Same, in elegant Boneworni Cane 500
No. 24. The Same, in Solid Carved Walnut. 500
No. 10. Pedal Bans Cabinet Organ, in' Walnut or
Oak Cam • 600
Cases of tetra finish on hand, or made to order."
No. 5 Five Octave, Piano Style, Rosewood Ctm...6150
No. 6. The Same, Portable, Rosewood Case. ...... . 116
No. 7. The Same, Portable Walnut Case . 55
No: 9. Pour Octave, Portable, Rosewood Case.- 7.5
Elf' Descriptive pamphlets furnished by the subscri
• As Agents for Messrs. Mason & Harrdin we are enabled
to sell at their New York prices. and charge nothing for
We have sold a number of their instruments, and mn
give numerous satisfactory references.
S. S. SIIRYOCR, Agent.
STE.I.NWAT lc SoNs have received upmuds of
THIRTY FIRST PRE311.1731.
gold and silver medals, in Washington, New' York,Cin
rinnati, St. Louis. Chicago. Detroit and other cities..
AT TILE WORLD'S FAZE •
held irC,LoNDON, 12G2, at which th Pianos were on Ex
hibition from nil parts of the world, the 'FIRST PEIZESIED.
AL was awarded to STEINICaIC & SONS, for powerful, clear,
brilliant and sympathetic tone, with escelicnse of workinan
Por farther particulars apply to S. S. SHRYOCK.
Agent for Steinway 6: Son's, Charnbersbarg, Pa. julyl9
: r1 HUNTING, TEACHER OF MU-
A./. 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
ORGAN, 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 ofJotttt Mont, Queen street, near Second.
Terms reasonable. - may3l-15-
1300t5 ant *bees.
T 0 ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
JACOB HUTTON'S BOOT h. SHOE STORE.—
The undersigned takes this method of returning his thanks
to his tunnerous customers, anti the publid generally, for
the very liberal patronage heretofore extended to him,
and hopes, in his present misforune in common with =ar
ty every business man in town, that he will still continue
to be remembered. He has the pleasure of informing the
public that be has opened his Store in the Basement of .1
B. MeLanahan's Lhcelling, on Second Street, four doors
North of the Methodist Church, where he is prepared to
offer a general assortment of Men', Women's and Chil
dren's Boots and Shoes, embracing his own and City man
ufacture, which. fur excellete of style and durability are
superior to and of his former stock,: and will be offered at
prices to suit aIL He is in Weekly Receipt of Goods from,
Philadelphia, which for beauty mad 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 ea.
tablishment. Don't forget the place, Four Doors N ort h
6,f eke Methodist Church, 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 coat laug'24) JACOB HUTTON
EMOVED.—The undersigned has the
pleasure of informing. his old customers and the pub
lie generally, that he Las removed his BOOT & SHOE
STORE to the New Brief: Building of George Ludwig,
on Main Street, one door south of Greenawalt's Hotel,
where be is now opening the largest assortment of Boots
and Shoes ever brought to the carroty. His stock embra
ces every variety of Youths', Ladies' and Men's 1300 TS
& SHOES, which for style of finish, and durability of
wear, cannot be surpassed in the county, and which will
be sold at prices to cult the times. Having purchased THE
'LATEST STYLE OF LASTS, he Is prepared to make
Customer work: at short notice, by tho best workman in
the county. With a disposition to be obliging and ac.
commodatin, he hopes to merit a liberal share of pat
ronage—without a desire to monopolize, as his motto is,
in our common calamity, to live and let live.
rorticuleir attention paid to all kinds of Repairing.
TERMS GASH, AND PRICES UNIFORM, WITH.
fie has also on hand, and for sale, Cheap, Trunks, Va
lises, Carpet Sacks, Linen and Paper Collars, Paper,
Barelams, Ink.stands, Steel Pens, &C.,
may 10 P.FELDMAN.
-- • •
N. B.—All _persoas knowing themselves Indebted will
please call and make Immediate settlement, that I may taa
enabled to meet my former Nat'l/ales in the City.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL'
ROPES & , x~•y\ES.
The undersigned havoc purchased the entire Stock and
Fixtures of the Rope and Twine Manufactory of J. P.
Orey, deed, respectfully announces to her friends, and the
former patrons of the establishment, that she will continue
to entry on the business, In all Its various branches, at
THE OLD STAND,
on Franklin street, Chambertburg, where she will be pleas.
led to receive the call. and orders of the public. All kinds,
deep, and qualities of
ROPES, CORDAGE, TWINES, &C.,
always kept on hand or made to order of the best material,
and ionised at reasonable prices. In connection with the
above business, she is also prepared to manufacture
• HAIR, HUSK, AND OTHER
ns well as Horse Blankets and Fly Nets of superior coal
and style. Persons In want of 6uperiur articles in the
above line are requested to call, or send their orders, which
will be attended In promptly.
SPCIETY.—The Pennsylvania State Agricultural
Society will bold its Exhibition on September 26th, 27th,
42th and 211th, 1665, at WIELIASISPORT, Lycoming
Wm - motion desired by persons desiring to exhibit,
al PlicarNtr r fur premium list or posters, or by members of
fiftt &els will be given by the undersigned, or A.
BOYD HAMILTON, President,
Inles A. BROWER moat ErR. Beo'y.
• West End of Brom's Hotel
ANEW MOVE.—Nixon has moved in
to his new room, one door North, of the one he occu
pied since December. He has now the facilities for eon
ducting his business pleasantly to customers and himself,
and can offer advantages in stock not to be had since the
Are. He invites alt his old cashmere and the balance of
the world to visit him,
-A NEW ROO M.—A full stock of
liIIESN MEDICINES, with all the appliances to
conduct the Drug business proderly, can be found at
NIXON'S, - os SecoND Sr.
VIXON'S CATTLE POWDER.—The
demand far this excellent article Is larger than ever.
No Powder imstainsits reputation better.
NIBOY'S HORSE POWDER.—Every
Farmer shonld have it . There is nothing better
for impoverished condition of the blood.
Tti THE ;WAY OF FANCY GOODS
1. Nixon's stock is the one to examine and purchase from.
Q. IV A I ' S PANACEA, PORE COD
Liver Oil, and all patent Medicines always on band
LAMPS.—COAL OIL LAMPS at
I VI, XON'S DlrnG STORE WON SEq
.l.l OND STllEE'r—halt way between the Methodist
Chnrcb and Seller's New UoteL
SCHENCK'S SEA WEED TONIC, AT
COSTAR'S RAT EXTERMINATOR,
KENNEDY'S MEDICAL DISCOVERY,
Lindsay's BiOod Searcher,
Eiwaim's Panacea, -
Haol!lazd's German Bitters, at
SOZODONT FOR THE TEETH, AT
, . SPANGLER'S.
B at's TETT'S COCOAINE F 0 R THE
HAIR at SPANGLER'S.
S}VAIW , S PANACEA, AT
AR S PIL L S,
l'ownsand's Pills, at
C. H. CRESSLER, 'poems= to HEYBER 4 CUSS.
4EII, has opened in his new Mom, on Second street, oppo•
Bite the Post Office, where intery effort will be made to
sustain the popularity the old.establisbatent had acquired
A continuation of the liberal patronage which the firm re
ceived is respectfully solicited. A fair stoek of Drags,
Chemicals, and Patent Medicines is new offered. ~Alle a
desirable sissortment of -
and Fancy Articles in great variety.
KEROSENE LAMPS.—Every description of Hand
/Aunt's, Stand Lamps, Hanging Lamps and Side Lamps
suitable for Kitchen use, Parlor use, Store use and Moe
THE BEST COAL OIL, IN THE MARKET.
FLunDY Dyes of all Colors Eferything in a Druggists
line of business..
O P Presmiptions receive special ,attention ' and are
compounded with care and skil I. - C. H. CRESSLER,
Second Street, opposite the Post Office.
ling ant smug Gooto.
R E 31
bare zrziored their Dry Good Store to the stand occupied
by them, precious to the Ore, on the
Corner of Main and Queen Streets,.
and ore In receipt of a large lot of Goods,,honght at reduc
ed prices, at the late New York Auctione, towhich they
invite the attfmtion of the public.
Tbny.o persons. in; want of Dry Goods we say now lathe time
To the Valles we otar a large assortment of Dress
Black nisi Fancy Silks,
Plain and Fancy, 'Whines, &c.
We - have a good assortment of Carpets, Matting, On
Cloths, which we will sell low.
Call snort and get bargains, at
Jun e 22 W/SL WALLACE & CO'S.
)1 / 1 0T,HIITJEWPWEATHER1 3 6 5
PREPARE FOE IT,
METCALFE- ir RITESRE W
hare just returned from the Eastern. Citiee and aro reef , i9
hag thls day
A beery stock of Simmer Goods.
lar They sell wholesale and retail.
MARY E GRAY.
rDYSPEPTICS.—Having been (Wile
ted fora number, ofenrs with Dyipepairs, I was
advised to try DE. 4VVISHAIrrB MEDICINE for that
areas 0. I derivedlonat benefit and recommended It to
quite a member of-nnr friends and who -murals° moth
benefh led by It, and tpbose testimonials can bebad three.
emery.. 'have been. appointed 'by Dr. Wisbart as Agent
for the Sale of kis bier time, wbelesaleor
Re pordtmy of9ne , Cbmnbenstrara Pa
The Fertilizers prepared by ttio Agricultural Chemical
(it Company chartered by The Legislature of Perinsyl
vania with a capital of WoCk000,) Inge been proved in
. practice to be the cheapest, most profitable and best, for
the Farmer, Gardener and Fruit-grower, of all concentra
ted manures now offered in any market. The Company's
M I L L 1, R.*
list embraces the following
NEW DRUG STORE.
axe door wed
13R0 'S HOTEL
WELL SELEGIVID MCg.
and at the best
VA L !
WM. WALLACE tr. CO.
AGBICULIIRAL - CHEMICAL CO.'S
FertilizerTtis is composed of night soil and the fertilh.
ing elements of urine, combined cherniCrilly and mechard
tally with other valuable fertilizing agents and absorbents
It Is reduced to a pulverulent condition ; ready for im
mediate use, and without loss of its highly nitrogenous fer
its - univertud applicability to all crops and soils, and its
durability and active r qualities, are well known to be all
that agriculturists can desire.
This Fertilizer is largely composed of animal matter,
such as meat, bone, Ur, leather, hair and wool, together
witirshemicals and inorganic fertilizers, which decompose
the mass, mad retain the nitrogenous elements.
- It la a very valuable fertilizer for field crops geherally,
and especially for potatoes, and garden purposes,
Its excellent qualities, strength and cheapness, have
made it very popular frith all who hive used it.
This highly phosphatic fertilizer is particularly adapted
for the cultivation of trees, fruits,. lawns and &MM. It
will promote a very vigorous and healthy growth of wood
arid fruit, and largely increase the quantity and perfect
the maturity of the fruit. For troVhotile and household
plants and flowers, it trill be found an indispensable arti
cle to secure their greatest perfection. It will prevent and
cure diseased conditions of the peach and grape, andis
excellent for grass and lawns.
It is composed of such elements as make it adapted to
the growth of all kinds of crops in all kinds of soils.
The formula or method of combining its constituent fer
tilizing Ingredients have received the highest approval of
eminent chemists and scientific atOicalturist..
PHOSPHATE OF LIME
The Apiculteral , Chemical Company manufacture a
Phosphate of Lime in accordance with a new and valuable
formula by which a very• superior article is produced, so
as to be afforded at a less price than other manufacturers
charge. Practical tests have proved that its value, as a
fertilizer, is equal to the hest Phosphate of Lime in the
an orders of a Tort or more, Win be delivered at the
Railroad Stations and the 'Wharves of Shlpmenj, free of
cartage. Cartage will be charged on all orders of 6-bar
rels or less.
One dollar per Ton allowance for cartage will be made
on all sales delivered at the Work-4 of the Company, on
AGRICL'LTURAL CHEMICAL CO.'S WORKS
AT CANAL. WRARF, ON TILE DELAWARE
Office, 4134, Arch St., Philadelphia, Pa.
The ComPany's Pamphlet Circular, embracing full di
rections for using the above Portißuns, sent by mail, free,
when requested. march B-limos
raw, Vines anti pants.
WEST FRANKLIN NURSERIES.-
y LARGE AND CHOICE FRUIT TREES -I
A PREVAILING ERROR CORRECTED.
The Idea has become current, that Ryder has sold out
his nurseries, in cart from the circumstance of having sold
at auction a portion of stock last spring, the sate of which
were intended only to reduce the surplus stock of some
leading items, and give all an opportunity to see for them.
klves, and all who were in attendance at the several au,.
'Guns well know that the stock on hand is very large and of
`superior quality. Several pretending nurserymen, sac.
icing orders through this county have endeavored to make
this rides bear upon the community , that this establish
ment is sold ant and the business diicontinned Such and
similar f.ilsehoodshave been indulged in by local an,'
trAveling tree speculators for the peculiar benefit of therm
publlo are hereby informedthat the business
is and wilfbe continued as heretofore, and all orders how
ever large or small, will be filled entire from our own
grounds. We grow a full stock of every - Fruit Tree,
Flan; or Gtape 'Vine described in our catalogue, and con
sequently are not dependent on other nurseries for a sup•
ply, nor compelled to send off several hundred miles fur
Trees to fill the orders of our -customers.
We are-Vrepared to till orders entire from our own
grounds and twenty per cent cheaper, considering the
quality of the stock, than any other establishment in the
county. All persons who wish to purchase are invited to
call personally and,examine stock. - Early attention tothis
will be of vast interest to those interested, as we can show
a great variety of fruit through the fruit season. Fruit
for sale at the nurseries in large or small quantities.
Post Office address, Loudon Franklin Co., Penna.
" • •
13. L. RYDER, Proprietor, .
West Franklin Nurseries, on the Loudon and (Vire Gap
FRANKLIN NURSERY.—Desirous of
clearing rail of my grounds, I offer for sale,
30,000 APPLE 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 line fibrous roots, and
can be removed without risk: They can be furnished
from five feet to nine feet in hoighth, with proportionately
heavy stalks, and are well worth the attention of persons
wishing to plant orchards. I will sell them at from 810 to
$l4 per 100, according to size and quality of 'Tree, when
ordered in quantities of 100 and upwards.
PEAR, CHERRY and PEACH TREES for fall plant
ing also on hand.
EVERGREEN and SHADE TREES in variety, with
a general assortment of SHILCIIRERY.
GRAPES.—Lam prepared to receive and fill orders' for
Grapes for fall planting, such as Concords (the best dark
now cultivated.) Diana, Rebecca, Delaware, T. Salon,
and all the latest varieties offered.
A moderate charge to cover expenses for packing. All
goods delivered to Chambersborg or at the Rail Road
Qom' Orders addressed to the undersigned will receive
prompt attention. J. HiIYSER, Agent,
may3l-4m Franklin Nursery, Chambersburg Pa.
WEST FRANKLIN NURSERIES.
TREES, PLANTS, VINES, &c.
The subscriber would call the attention of all persons
who have not a full supply of Fruit on their premises, to
the large and well selected assortment of Fruit Trees,
Vines, dc., now offered for the fall trade. Our stock Is
very large and comprises the best varieties kpown to po
roologiste.. Oar collection of Fruits of every class Is by
far the largest In the county and second to none in the
We invite all who with to purchase Trees to any extent,
to come - and see and leave their orders at the earliest pas
sible opportunity. We guarantee that no ono will !egret
the visit, as we are prepared to show more variety in the
trait line than any similar establishment in the country.
Fruit can be seen growing at any lime through the fruit
season. Fruit for sale at the nurseries of all kinds in sea-
son. Address, B. L „RYDER, Proprietor.
Loldon, Franklin Co., Pa.
West Franklin Nurseries, on the London and Cove Gap
SHADE AND ORNAMENTAL TREES
IN VARIETY.—Large sized Shade Trees for street
planting. Drams for those should be sent in early. They
can best be seen and determined upon while the foliage
upon them. [june23-3ml B. L. RYDER.
MEW QUARTERS AND NEW STOCK
i.l THE OLD CLOTHING EMPORIUM,
LY VIE RgET ROUSE,
' Chambeffskrg, Pa.
The undersigned, after a temporary absence necessitated
by the destruction of Chambersbarg, has again returned
and opened out in full blast in the Market House between
Wallace's Dry Good store and Esther & Letnaster's Gro
cery store, a large assortment of
FALL AND WINTER GOODS, of every description
This stook consists of Ready Made Clothing such as
Over Coats. Dress Coats, rants, Vests, Under Shirts,
Drawers, &c., also
GENTLENESS' FURNISHING GOODS, such as
Cravats, Suspenders, Gloves, Shawls, Handkerchieh, Col
lars, Umbrellas, &e., &O.
His stock of Cloths for customer work consists of French,
English and Domestic manufacture.. Black Doe Skin and
Fancy Casaimers, Black Satin, Figured Silks, Plain and
Fancy Cassimer Vestinge which writ be ramie up to order
in styles tosuit the taste of customers, on short mike, and
Ittivin g e a gage d a practical Clatter from the East, lam
prepared to furnish clothing In the most ftwhionable styles,
and as none but experienced workmen aro engaged per
sons may rely upon getting their work well done at my
Thankful for the patronage heretofore bestowed, I re
spectfully solicit a continuance of the wee.
oetl9 3. T. HOSKINSON.
TOB PRINTING, in every style, done
etit the Me* of the FRANI:UN TIRPOSITORY.
R. B. FITTS, General Agent.
r:cfr - r..; , efl ,
ELWICRS dt 15111trEfART
wbounal•ooas a 1 my prim. W6n3eeale vials
al City pilees.
GELViriOKS 45c BURKHART
Res, the urged suaartmeat in towa. Keep the
largest assortmeallia town.
'Ci_ELWICKS -& BURKHART
ILA Have an immense stook offish, cheap, la whole, half;
quarter and eight barrels.
aELWICKS & BURKHART
ILA Offer WOO bloke G. A. Salt, American, Liverpool
- and patent racke;_wholuale and retail, at lees figures than
any otherhonse it town.
a ELWICKS Zr. - 13IIRKHART
IJI Keep o very fine Selection of Pickled and Preserved
Frulle , Jellies, pickles ready for the table, Spiced Oys
ters, Canned Perches, Canned Com, Canned Tomatoes,
choice Dried Bed, fine Sugar Cured Hams.
ELWICKS & BURKHARX
Offer fine Green and Black 'Teas, Chocolate mire
Spices, and baking article& prime Cheeses, lenge assort
ment of Fresh Crackers and Cakes.
riELWICKS & BURKHART
Nil Sell all grades of Swumimem, Coffees. ll ablir s
and Rice, wholesale and
GE4wicKs & BURKHART
Have a verylirge assortment of Queen:ware, Stone
ware, Tumblera, 13ruataes, Brooms, Basketa, Corda and
GELWICKS cti BITAKH-ART
keep a very heavy dock of all ihihr ;nut rides of
Tobaccos and &TM and sell ow, Lfh&esala turd vita%
pARMERS LOOK TO YOUR INTER-
I.: EST. Go to GELWIGES & Bt EEICAETS for
Salt, Fl , ll and Groceries.
GELWICKS & BURKHART
Manufacture all kinds of Candy and ConfeeSkinary,'
sell all Muds of Fruits, Nara, Oranges, Lernone k
Prunes, Almonds, Itoi , Sr• &c., &c., wholeaale andre.
OELWICKS & BURKHART'S
la the place to go for the largest and most vatted
assortment of Store Goods in tows, and at reasonable
GELWICKS & BURKHART
Bell Sperm, Co&, Wbale, Lobricattng and Kato
yACTS! FACTS!! FACTS!!!
E. D. REID
having just returned froin the Eastern elides,
is now opening a . large and general ,
City Cured Rams and Dried Beef, •
Prime No. 1 and 2 Shore _Mackerel,
in barrels, half-barrels, quarters and kiln.
Havre-de-Grace. Smoked and Salt ,Herring,
Pickled Shad (without bones),
Canned Fruits and Jellies,
Barnum', Pine Apples, 4
Raisins and Nuts,
Aud last, but not least, the largett. and
beet assortment of
GLASS AND QUEENSWARE
out of the city of Philaddrhia.
'of all the improved patent patterns. Also,
CORK•BEALED GLASS .AND STONE JARS
besides one thousand Hee hundred articles
not above named, and all of
which will be Bald at a email advance, at the Family
• Grocery on the South•cast corner of Main and
Waaliawzon areas, atamberat.urg.
CaaA paid for Country Product.
MARKET HOUSE.—The undersigned
respectfully inform their numerous customers and
the public generally that they have re-opened their Ora
eery Store in the room formerly occupied by the Hoek and
Ladder Company, in the Market Haase, and take ads,
method of returning their thanks for the liberal patronage
heretofore extended to them. Their stock is complete in
every Variety of FAMILY GROCERIES; consistisur of
Ham, Syrups, Salt, Mackerel, Coffee, Sugars, Teas, To
baccos, Brushes, Mrootto, Rackets, Cords, Twines, Glass
ware, Queensware and everything heretofore kept at their
former place of business. They will always keep a sufa
cientstock on hand to be enabled to meet the demands of
the community. ,COUNTRY PRODECErdien in ea.
change for goods at cash market - prices. D'ra't forget the
place, (Market Moose,)) three doom from-She corner, on
Queen Street fang3l) HUBER & LEMASTER
QPRECHER'S GROCERY STORE.-
10 The undersigned has the largest stock of PARTLY
GROCERIES In tovnl, which he offers to the public at the
lowest CASH PRICES. It is not necessary to enumerate,
as his stock is large and complete.
Inr Highest mime paid for COUNTRY PRODUCE in
exchange for goods. Eaug3ll CYRUS EiPRECHER.
CT. HOLLOWAY, WHOLESALE
• GROCER AND COMMISSIONIMERCEANT,
50.5 MARKAT firma., (North side, abosi FM street)
IF YOU WANT GOOD GOODS 'AT
the lowest prices, call at the Family Grocery of E. D.
REED, opposite Dm fiinesserott's.
WINES AND LIQUORS.
LAILIMAN, SALLADP, & CO.,
I'l3 SOUTH xralt*TritzET.,
Between Chestnut and Walnut Streets, Philadelphia.
OF.o. M LAlrm.frac, •
A. M. &MADE,
J. D. Btriria,
RIVESE, GARDRAT & CO.'S
SUPERIOR COGNAC BRANDY,
VINTAGE OP 1838,
Each bottle sealed with green wax with. the Initials of the.
LAD AN, BALLADE &CO
SUPERIOR OLD MADEIRA WINE
FINE SHERRY, CLARET AIM
AND AN ASSORTMENT OF
ME BRANDS OF CHAMPAGNE.
OSBORNE & CO.'S'
♦ERT PINE ANT) DELICATE
OLD PORT WINE,
Dish bottle sealed with yellow wax with the initials of the
LATIM.A.R,'SALLADE & CO.,
No. V.B South Ninth Street, Philadelphia.
OLD RYE WHISKEY
OLD uiAT WHISKEY,
LAUMAN, BALLADE &
ito.l 8 soulkmfuk sew, PAN 4440 4,
11 ' 3 "it
-- • Amu
I. WINTER-TIM "P&BLP....- EMZ TAINS DAILY
wand frees' . Piiiaddphie and Pittsburg. On - and after
3gesala3h VictoberZtrk 4864.-theltsestigu Twee of the
peausylvestle Itailscist Company will depart from Harris
bantandadire at Prlndelptda and Pitishrag ILI MOWS:
bav2.4s'a. at; and - arrives at West Thiladelidda -at 5.55
PAST LINE leaves Harrisburg dany (except Monday)
at 8.00 A. M., and arrives at West Philadelphia at 12.41:1
P. M. Passer take breakfast at Laheaster,
MAIL TRAIN leaves amisbur); daily (except Sin
day) at 1.30 P. M., and arrives at West Madelplda at 5.-
35 P. if.
PITTSBURG AND F.R.TF EXPRESSileaves Harris.
burg $ 1, 147t Sundays) at U. 55 P. Si., and arrives at
West Ma at 4.20 A. M.
HAMS ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, lama
Harrisburg day (except Sunday) at 4.00 P. m., and ar
rives atWestadelphia at 930 PAL Thistraia has no
connection fries the West.
risburg day (except Sunday) andarrives at
Lancaster at 9.15 A. M.: connecting (except on sforelay)
with the Fast Line east.
PITTSBURG AND "ERIE EXPRESS leaves Harris.
burg daily (except Sunday) at 12.35 S., 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 2.45 A. M.: Altoona 8.15 A.
take breakfast, and arrives at Pittsburg at 1.40 P. M.
THROUGH EXPRESS leaves Harrisburg danyat
25 A. M., Altoona at 8.1.5 A. IL, take breakfast and arrives
at Pittsburg at 2.40. P. It.
FAST LINE leaves Harrisburg daily (except Sunday)
at 4.00 P. AL: Altoona at - 810 P. M., take rapper, and ar•
rives at Pittsburg at 2.00 S. 11.
MAIL TRAIN leaves Harrisburg daily (except San.
day) at 1.40 P. M.: Altoona at 7.1 S P. at., take supper, and
arrives at Pittsburg at 1.30 P. M.
MOUNT JOY ACCOMMODATIONwest leaves Lan.
caster at 11.20 A.m., connecting there with the Mail west;
leaves Mount Joy at ILSI A. It, andanives at Harrisburg
at 1.00 P. IL
THE HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION TRAIN
from Pittsburg, which arrives at Harrisburg at 6.30 P. M.,
stopi there, passengers for East of Harrisburg lay crver un
til 1145 P. M. SAMUEL D. YOUNG,
nov9 Sup't Middle Div. Pecusa. R. R.
TORTIIERN CENTRAL RAILWAY
-LI FALL TIME TABLE—Four Traitta Daily to
and from Baltimore and Washington City.
Cosmeotkrns made with mains on Pennsylvaniaßailroad,
to and from Pittsburg and the West.
011 R TRAINS DAILY to, and from the North and
West Branch Susquehanna, Elmira and all of Northern
f.ht and after Monday, Oct 17th, ISM, the Passenger
Trains of the Northern Central Railway will arrive at and
depart front Harrisburg and Baltimore as follows':
MAIL TRAIN leaves Sunbury daily (except
Sunday) 160 A.M.
leaves Harrisburg 1:33 P.M.
arrivesat 8a1tim0re....5:90 P.M.
EXPRESS TRAIN lewresStmburydally (ex-
cept Sunday) 1E45 Par.
" leaves Harrisburg (exoept
Monday) 2:50 am.
arrives at Baltimore 700 A.M.
HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION leaves
Harrisburg 7:00 A.M.
SVNBURY ACCOMMODATION leaves Sun
bury daily (ex. Sunday)... 7:30 A.M.
PHILADELPHIA EXPRESS TRAMPS leaves
Sunburylidaily (ex. Sunday) 9:05 P.N.
MAIL TRAIN leaves Baltimore daily (except
leaves Harrisburg 1:35 P.M.
arrives at Sunbury 4:R5 - P.M.
EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Baltimore daily. -. 9:301".B.
arrivesaf Harrisburg 1:50 A.M.
" , leaves Harrisburg. daily (ex.
ceptMunday) 315 A.N.
arrives at Sunbury 5.53 A.R.
FMTV EXPRESS TRAM leaves Baltimore
daily (except Sardays) at.. 7:30 P.M.
loaves Marrislmrg daily (ex
cept Sundays) at 12:35 A.M.
arrives at Sunbury at 3:25
HARRIt3BURG ACCOMMODATION leaves
Baltimore daily(ex.Moaday 3:00 P.M.
arrives at Harrisburg at...-. 7450 P.M.
BEN. BURY ACCOMMODATION leavesHar-
riebnrg daily (ez. Sunday). 4:00
The Erie Exprees and Philadelphia Exprem are through
trains to and from Erie and all intern ate point& Rail
and Express trains run through to Elmira.
For farther information apply at the Office, in Penney].
renia Railriad Depot.
0et26 . 64 J. N. DV-BARRY, Gen. Supt.
PHILADELPHIA AND ERIE RAM
TCOAD.—This great line traverses the Northern and
Northwest comities of Pennsylvania' to the city of Erie, on
It bas been leased by the Pennsylvania Railroad Com
pany, and Is operated by them
Its entire length was opened for passenger and freight
business, October 17th, 1%1
THIN OF PASSENGER TRAIN S AT HARRISBURG
Lock Haven Accommodation.
Passenger Cars ran through on Mail Train, without
• ehange bath ways betweind Philadelphia and Erie, unit
Elegant Sleeping Cars on Mail Train both ways between,
Philadelphia and 1..0en Haven, and on Elmira - Express
Trabiltsgtrwars between Williamsport and Halthnore.
Frizqnfinviation respecting Passenger baldness apply 01
Center .30th and Market Streets, Philadelphia.
And for Freight brusinera a the Company's Agent*:
48. a Smar', Jr., Cor. 12th and Market Sta., Phila.
J. W. REEiot,De, Erie.
:W.m.Baowx, Agent N. C. B. R., Beldame, Md.
H. H. HOUSTON,
Gen. Freight Agent, Philadelphia.
H. - W. GWINNEE,
Gen. Ticket Agent, Philadelphia.
JOS. D. POTTS,
MOS Gnu. Manager, Williamsport
CUMBERLAND VALLEY & FRANK
LIN OF HOURS.—
On and after Monday, October 31, 1864, Passenger Trains
will run daily, as follows, (Sundffs exceo_ed):
FOR CHAMBERSBURG AND EIRLSBITRO:
Leave Hagerstown 7:00 2:45
Greencastle 7:37 ,3:35
" Carlisle, 6:30 10:10 2:46
Mechanicsburg 7:00 10:42 3:16
Arrive at Hanisbarg 7:30 11:15 3:45
FOR CHAMBEMBURG AND HAGERSTOWN:
Leave Harrisburg 8:05 1:40 4:15
Mechanicsburg 8:47 2:20 4:50
Carlisle 9:27 2:58 5:15
"- Newville 10:02 3:34 •
" Shlppensburg 10:33 4:04
Arrive at Charabersbrug 1140 4:35
Leave Chambenburg 11:10 4:45
Greencastle 11:55 5:35 .
Arrive at Hagertowit 12:35 i 6:15
'sinking close connections at Harrisburg with trains for
Philadelphia, New York and Pittsburg, and with trains
far all points West. -
The Train leaving Harrisburg at 4:15 P. M. runs only as
far as Carlisle., G. N. LULL. Supt.
R. R.-Office, Chamb'g, Oct. 31, 1864 _
E. D. REID.
'Mato, anti grapo.
BOYS' LEGHORN it BRAID HATS
STYLES AND COLORS,
`NEW STYLE OF HEATS
THE PATENT RESORT HAT,
MOAT CONTORTABLE HAT WORN,
STRAW GOODS ! STRAW GOODS ! !
has received another large lot of
which he is selling at
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES
A SPLENDID ARTICLE OF
COME TO THE MARKET HOUSE
HATS. CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES.
.W. W. PAXTON has itud opened a fine assortment of
HATS, CAPS, BOOTS and SHOES, at his new Store in
, the Market House, where he am tarnish all articles in his
line, cheap for cosh. Soma goods ant sold at old prints.
A flnecassorlanent of CANES, UMBRELLAS, CAR
PET BAGS, VALISES, b.c., eta, constantly on band.
Call and alumina our large stock of goods:
sept2l W. W. PAXTON.
UNDERLICH & NEAT
Poawartnmm AND COMM-SION illEscrtaltre
North Second Street, empire the Cumberland Valley
Railroad Depot, Chu:OxmanlV, Pa.
Cart run regularly to and from Philadelphia and Balti
AGENTR—Peseoch, Zen & trunthrture, No:808 Mr
het St, Philadelphia-
Lykes* Palley,Eroken Egg and NnttqCAL,___( - dneet
hem the mines), litesbarre and PitteGratreEOClWßY
COAL, LUMBER, SHINGLES, SALT, PLASTER and
Smock CEMENT, kept constantly ad Intstd, FLOUR,
GRAtoula PRODUCE o? all purchased - at, the
. Eth tVUNDEELICH & READ.
... 1:40 AAL
1:20 P. X.
... 1:15 A. X.
... 1:40 P. X
9:00 , 1:553
THAT DEPT CeariCEMION,
G FEAT-RED 'U T-. 1 0 N
MILLER. AMELTON &
TINWARE STOVE DRATYNS,
have redgeed the of their goods 25 Tv cent
They will put ou the best quality TIN Noopria,
(finding the Tin, &e.) for .10 per Num. If the owner
flu& the l'ln they will put ft Cu, soldered, for $2 00 per
People would do well to call upon them before making
contracts or pnrcluscs clamber&
Particular attention will be paid to SPOUTING, JOB
BING, duL, at the cheapest rates,
LIGHTNING Roos, of brad Galvanized Thin', put up
strongly and cheaply
EL & CO., !lave gr. time aseartsoent of
AND ENAMELED WARE,
P(o3ilic4DWll4: - 434*mi: 4, 1
WATER COOLERS, &C.
all of which they act at stunt profits
Give them a call and see for yourselvel. , [may 10
C OOK STOVES & TIT WARE.—We
have just received a new wad Complete assortment'of
Cook Stoves, which we are selling at lower prices than
can be bought to Philadelphia, and all stoves sold by us
are guaranteed to be "good bakers and give satisfaction.
Also—A large lot of TM Ware, which we are selling at
very low prices. Persons In want of good Cook Stoves or
Tin Ware are invited to call and Examine for themselves
at ETTER & EYSTER'S,
"Main St., opposite Eyster d, Bros Store.
IZEROSENE OIL AND LAMPS.—We
J.l.:banajust received sAiew assortinent of Kerosene
Lampe, width - we are selling at very low prices. Per
mu in want oinks and good Kerosene Lamps will awe
money byoelling.and examining our rusearbnent. Also,
all kinds of repairing Lampe done by
ETTER & ESTTEE,
Maln St., opposite Eyster & Bro's Store.
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 Rants at short notice, by
ETTER, & EYSTER,
tnaylo 3fain,,St., opposite Eyster & Bro's Store.
PlarbinatT eutlerg, &c.
H ARW A R E
UtBER 3c TOLBERT
Have opened their store ,
on Rain street, • .
nearly opposite their old place of business,
with an extensive stook-of Hardware, Cutlery, Be.,
consisting in part of
• Wang, 0116, --
.- - •
Flee. ' ..I:llasting Powder,
Brushes, Grind Stones,
Shovels, Cedar Ware,
Bakes Pocket Knives,
Spades, &0., &c.
- - - Special attention is called •
Builders and Contractors,
as they are
Prepared to &nal in any quantity, ,•
everything in their line.
Call and examine our stock. aprill2
COACH AND SADDLERY
The subscrfber respectfully informs his fiiends and the
public, that he Continues to carry on the above businets,
at bis old stand, ett Main Street, opp osi te the German Re.
formeACharch, CHAMBERSBURG, PA.
Raving enlarged his btudness, Saddles and Coarh•
makers will find in his Store Room a general assortment
of goods suited to their several reltdrements, such as
Fair and Country Rogskuts,
Saddle Trees and Girdling.
Gig Trees, Full Plated, Tinned and Japanned; Goat
Bair, Straining Web and Worsted Rain
Web, lower than Gorton
flames, Bits and Stirrups, Plated, Tinned and Japanned
Coach }Undies, newatyles; Curtain Pennies; Bub Bands;
Bridle Fr 011211; Roseates, Swivels and Ornaments; Iron
Plated and Wood Gig flames. -
BI.N.XT.FS—BRASS, MINER AND JAPANNED,
all Styles and Patterns; Ivory and Wooden Martingale
Rings Stump Joints, and a variety ot other goodssnitable
ALL KINDS OP PLATDIG, &c., done with neatness
and despatch. [decli] LEWIS WAMPUM.
CHEAP HARDW ARE!
BRAND & FLACK
Had a few goals tender the pavement, which were not
hurtled. Such as Locks, Hinges, Screws and other Hard-
ware. Besides, they have jest received from New ,York
and Philadelphia& very large let ofgoods, purchased much
cheaper than they are generally sold. They having been
banal out, therefore we offer Iron, Nails, Hocks, Hinges,
Screws, Belts, Oils, Glass, Paint, &a., at the lowestfigate-
TO BLACKSMITHS AND FARMERS!
We have on band about 10 Toni Iron of different kinds,
which we will tell lees than it can be bought in the city.
Also we base 100 kegs of Nails and Spikes, we offer at
hen 8 tolo doll= per keFr.
Knives and Forks, Scissors, Eazors, Pocket Knives,
Spoons, &c., just received from New York'which we offer
very low. , sep9,3
CARRIAGE MAKERS' GOODS,
Shoemakers' Findln l / 4
at B ND & FLACK'S.
SHOVELS, FORKS AND SPADES AT
centa each and many other articles width was in
the fire, which can be made as goods as new
at BRAND & FLACK'S.
CEDAR W ARE.—CaII at the Store in
the Alley. , BRAND &FLACK.
Edam aub *vjanti
jACOBS' , TQBACCO AND CIGAR
BTORE.—gating re-built my Tobacco and Cigar
Storo on South Blain street ," of Washington a Main
streets,) two squares item the Diamond, I would invite all
to call and examine my stock, consisting of
wh m' it, all Made,
Michigan Pine Cut.
Sunny Side, 40.
Ranee, Scotch. Coarse.
Large Hand, - Big Lick,
Cut and Dry Danville,
Lynchburg. , Hassbaldi,
James River, Grant,
sep M J. A. JACOBS.
REMOVAL OF BUSH'S TOBACCO
AND SEGAR STORE.—.The undersigned has r e •
mooed hie Tobacco and, Sege: Store to hie new room, on
SECOND STREET, nod door to the .Friendthip Engine
Howe, where he will keep on hand a -complete etock of
TOBACCO AND BECIS, itnebaSNatand Leaf, Mich
igan and Smoking Tobacco, Pips% &A
FINFROCK'S 3IARBLE WORKS,
szooND STaffial. Serra in climes_
Manufactured to order to tbe . tteat style and of the Latest
- 4 26 1866 .
THE OLD BOOK STAND
S. S. SHRYOOIt,
Kamm removed to the new building-mitaitathe POth
cippleg; where a fall assortment of
sellout , ARDVISCELLAHEOUSBOOHS. '
BTATIONERY. PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS; Km
- Can ballad at exceedingly LoarPrices.
WALL PAPAS. and•WHYDGIV SHADES, a larg
and new stock.
Fairchild's Celebrated Gold Pens, fully matirnmid.
Orders taken for goods. which will be Expressed Maw
Thelsew York and Philadelphla Papers received dail,
for which weekly abtacriptinas - will be taken
Find Class Noveis, Magazines and Periodicals receivec
a4soon as published.
We can sell Photograph Albums cheaper hauthey cac
be had elsewhere.
Hcs. to sent free of portage to any part of the county.
Gilt Frames, Worsteds and Fancy Goods constantly on
Our arrangements are such that we can supply any or.
den satisfamerßY and with dispatch. -
MB. J. K. Smayocx,, is now locatedin New York, which
enables no to undertake the most complex commtssloas.
Old Books of particular editions, dates or style, hunted
up at a reasonable commission. [nor2]
LILLIES' PATE . NT
WROUGHT AND CHILLED IRON
FIRE AND BURGLAR-PROOF SAFES.
- - - -
VAULT DOORS, AND LOCKS.
Every safe of this mauaracture Is ban ace bell= ore
inches thick (according to size,) of solid awn, chilled by
casting on to a network of Wrought intnters, and is fas
tened by Dillies' Combination Lock, whichhars no Key nor
Key hole, unto rendering it Secure against burglars, and
inside of this Iron wall is attached the best &elm:ening
known. The great thickness of iron in these safes renders
them secure in a fire from being warped or drawn oat of
shape by heat, or Prom being crushed by the fall of •walls
or, timbers or its own ran. The VoultDoors are inches
thick and. 2 inches thick of chilled and Wrought Iron and
are fastened by Dillies' celebrated Lock. Send for circu
lars or price lists to the subscriber, who is rugs agent for
.central Penwlvanla. GEO. W. PARSONS,
niarahl-6m - 110 Market St., Harrisburg, Pa.
3. C. RICHARDS, M. D. AIONTGOURRY, IL D.
T 'CHARDS 6: MONTGOMERY have
_LIU associated themselves in the Practice of Medicine,
and have opened =office in Dr. Richards' TIM building,
on Main street, a few doors Sontit s of the Diamond.
All persons Indebted to eltherof the above, will please
make early settlement of the same. tang 24- bil •
DR. J. S. MAURER OFFERS HIS
services as a Physician and Surgeon to the citizens
of St. Thomas and vicinity. Promptness at al hours.
Residence opposite the Post Office, aprill.9-6m
"nit. W. H. BOYLE will attend prompt
ly to all professional calls, Mace In the Vestibule
of the New School Muse near the Jail. ; rango.9:'
IMP OK T A
I N V AL_DS
IRON .IN TUE BLOOD
It is well known to the medical profession that IRON
is the vital principle or Life Element of the blood. This
is derived chiefly from the toed we eat ; -but If the food is
not properly digested, or if, tiotti any cause whatever, the
necessary quantity of iron is nottaken into the circulation,
or becomes reduced, the whole system slams. The bad
blood will irritate the heart, will clog up the lungs, will
stupefy the bruin, will obstruct the liver, and will send
its disease producing elements to all pasts of the system,
and every one will stiffer in whatever organ may be pre
disposed to disease. The great value of
IRON AS A bIEISICI-NE
Is well known and acknowledged by all medical men.
The difficulty 143 been to obtain such preparation of it as
will enter the circulation and aasimulato at once with the
blood. This point, says Dr. Hayes, Massachusetts State
Chemist, has been attained in the Peruvian Syrup, by
combination in a way before unknown. -
THE PERUVIAN SYRUP
Ise PROTECTED Slutiottof the PROXIDE OF IRON,
A NEW DISCOVERY IN MEDICINE' that strikes at
the Root of Disease-by supplying the blood with is Vital
Principles or Life Element—lron. •
TH 4 E PERUVIAN SYRUP
Cores Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint, Dropsy, Fever-and
Agee, Loss of Energy, Low Spirits.
THE PERIIVIAN SYRUP
Infuses strength, vigor, and new life into the system and
builds up an "Lon Constitution.
THE PERUVIAN -SYRUP
Cures Nervous Affections, Female Complaints and all
diseases of the Kidneys and Bladder.
THE PERUVIAN S=YRUP
Is a SPECIFIC for all diseases originating br a BAD
STATE OF THE BLOOD, or accompanied by Debi 9•
ty or a Low State of the System
Pamphlets containing certificates of cores and recom
mendations from some of the most eminent Physicians,
Clergymen and others, will besent FREE to any address.
JOHN E. WILLIAMS, Esq.,
President of the Metropolitan Bank, N.
Rev. ABEL STEVENS,
Late Editor Christian Advocate & Journal.
Rev. P. CHURCH,
Editor New York Chronicle.- ,
Rev. John Pierpont, Lewis Johnian, M. D., •
Rev. Warren Barton, Roswell Kinney, M. D.,
Rev. Arthur B. Fuller, S. K. Kendall, EL D.,
Rev. Gordon RObins, W. R. Chisholm, M. D.,
Rear. Sylvanus Cobb, Francis Dana, M. D.,
Rev. T. Starr King, Jeremiah Stone, AL D.,
Rev. Ephraim Nute, Jr., Jose Antonio Sanchez, M.D.
Rev. Joseph H. Clinch, A. A. Hays, N. D.,
Rev. Henry• Upham, Abraham Wendell, M. D.,
Rev. P. C. Headley, J. R. Chilton, X 13.,_
Rev. John W. Olmstead, IL E. Kitniey,-M. D.
Prepared by N. L. CLARK & CO., exdusively for J.
P. DENS - MN — RE, 491 Broadway, New York.
Sold by all Druggists. [julyl3.eow.iy
I)EDDING'S RUSSIA SALVE
, FORTY YEARS' EXPERIENCE
has fully established the superiority of
REDDING'S RUSSIA SALVE
Over all other healing preparaikets.
It cares all kinds of Sores, Cuts, Scalds, Burns, Boils,
Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Erysipelas, Sties, Piles, Corns, Sue
Lips, Sore Eyes, &e., removing - the pain at ones, and re
ducing the most angry-looking Swellings and lo.damma
riots as if by magic.
ONLY 2,5 CE L NTS BY A 330 X.
J. DDZSMORE, 4 8 9'113roadway, New York.
S. W. FOWLE & co., No. 48 Tremont street, Boston,
and by all Druggists. • Oulyi3-eow.ly
*Mang anb Rearms.
•Q. ADDLERY! _ RESIOVAL!!-
L 7 JEREALIALI OYSTER respectfully returns his
thanks to his patrons for the liberal encouragement recei
ved from them heretofore, and he would invite them and
the community generally, who may need any thing to his
line, to give him a tall at his new stand, on Mein - Street,
on the same site occupied by him preykas tothe fire, where
be keeps constantly on hand every variety of SADDLE
RY AND HARNESS of his own manufacture, and he
is prepared to sell the same on terms that defy cornpeti
tion. Every article offered for sale is warranted to be
made of the best materiel and by competent workman,
which will be fully demonstrated on an examination there
TRUNKS AND VALISES.—He would also pill the
attention of persons wanting a good, neat and cheap and
substantial Trunk or Valise to hisassortment. aptill9
SAD D LER S' HARDWARE.-C. H.
GORDON has just purchased in the East alarge
stock of SADDLERS' HARDWARE conahlting. of
Buckets, Rings. Butts, Hames, Bridle Fronts. Tacks, Riv.
ets, Rosettes, Swivels, pad Screws, Gig Trees, Black
trimmed and full-plate self-adjusting- Trees, Patent and
Enamelled Leather, Saddlers' Bair. Patent Leather Col.
!are, Ornaments, Girth and Rein Web, Cook•eyes. Thread,
Trunk, Nails, Neck Protectors. 4,c., , tr-, Which he invites
Saddler's and others to call and examin, and whlchwill
be sold at low rates.
11 H. GORDON- HAS ON HAND A
• Large assortment of Saddles, Harness, Collars, Bri
dles, Ratters, flossy Round - Bridles, Wagon, Carriage
and Linen Nets of all kinds, from 81,60 to 87,00; Carry
Combs, Horse Cards, Matte Coats, Brushes/Wm Boar%
Cow Rides, and Tarty other articles aat,nsomary to enu•
REMOVAL. ---C. H. GORDON has re
waved his SADDLERY SHOP to - thereto:id occu
pied by bint previous to the fire, oo hfART Sgt alew
doori - Saith - of Greenamdt'a Hotel -
MOSS SPRING WOOLEN FACTORY
"761 undersigned, thankful ror.thellberal patron
age extended to him heretafona t respectftallyannowneos to
the patine that he has addeda variety Of NEW MACHI
tislty; to hi s Factory, adjoining the Easfend of Given
castle, which w ill no t only enable him to facilitate "Mk,
but to execute it in a tiandertlattwlitteceetretactimi to
all who may entrust him with - -theirfattorsi', Iftr4now
Prepared to manufacture Cloths, s yngittas, gi aa k o t a p l a i n
and (10$3.barred FZecnete, shortest p o em
a style that cannot fail to render satishwaron„ Algq Oink•
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