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AMERICAN' LIFE INSURANCE AND
TRUST CO, Corner Fourth and Walnut St ree t s ,
Philadelphia. Incorporated 1850. Charter Perpetual.
AathoxizedCapltal, er.100,C410. 'Paid•Up Captal, 8250,000.
Philadelphia, Feb. 4, 1864.
The Trustees have this . .day declared a Dividend of
FIFTY PER CENT, on all premiums received upon 31t.
TrAt.,FOLICTaa during the year ending December 31st,
led; and in force at thtst date, the above amount to be
wedged to said Policies, and have also ordered the divi
dend 0f1660 on Policies issued during that year' to be
paid, as the annual premiums on said Policies are re
Secretary and Treasurer—John S. Wilson:
• .4cmary—John C. Sim.,
BOARD OP TRUSTEES.—Alexander Whilldin, J.
Edgar Thomson, George Nugent, Hon. James Pollock.
Albert C. Roberts. P. B. Inagle, Samuel Work, William
J. Howard, Hon. Joseph Allison, Samuel I'. Bodine, John
Aikuurn, Charles F. Heazlitt, liarletatrat.
WM. G. REF.p, Chambersburg, pa., is the authorized
Agent of the American Life Insurance and Trust Corn-
Patin and is always prepared to furnish pamphlets or any
information wanted, and to take Insurances.
Das. J. C. RICILIBDB and W. H. BOTIE, Medical Er.
REFERENCES—Iion. A. K. .It'Chrre; Rev. S. J.Nic
ea.. J. f 3. Nixon, Chambersborg, nail Wm, M. Marchall.
Ca-hier of the Hagen -roan Bank.
Persona de3iring information or wbhing to in‘nre w ill
japdoe'eall op, or by addressing the undrisimned they ctii
he waited - on iti any part of the Conhtv or State.
InarM W. ill. REED, Agent.
1829 CHARTER PERPETUAL.-
FR.INKI.LV FIRE INSUIZANCI: C 024-
P .4NY. OF PRILAPELPHI.I.
Ou Janmq• 1, lea;
ACCEPTED Suert us.
iscr. -- rED nmiums
UNSETTLED CLAM,j. Iscomr. son 1865
LOSES rem SnitzlBZ
PERPETUAL AND TEMPORARY POLICIES Oti
Charles N. Retailer, Isaac Lee,
Tobias Wagner, Edward C. Da!
Samuel Grant, Geo. Palo,
Jamb R. Smiths Alfred Fitter,
ms. W. Lewis, 31. 1).
"* " ne .1°‘.22824C
CHARLES N. BANCEF re
EDWARD C. DALE. Vice Presideot.
JA., Sec'y pro. tau.
DAVID OARS is the aulhorizeil Azeut of the Com
pany in Chambersburg, who will furnish all information
..cessary to applicants. nutr2:l-tf.
I NSURA.NCE COMPANY OF NORTH
.utERreA. Incorporated 1794. Charter Perpetual,
CAPITAL 8500,030. Office '42 Walnut Street, Phila.
Nathin. Tha prompt payment of Clairas for LON:CS tlnritut
the period of nearly seventy year that the Company ha.,
hassa au- existence, entitles them to the eonfialeueo of the
Ilia company will also insure agli;n4 loss by *AR. or
Persons wishing to insure will plemm coil on or address
the undersigned. W. G. REED. Agent..Chambersburg.
..I.s Agent for this Company, 1 ant prepared to Cancel
all Perpetual as well as Term policies covering property
destroyed by the Rebel* on the 30th of July, returning the
full premium paid on application at my office.
W. G. REED. Agent.
_ _ .
Rump:EscEs—J. D. Grier. J. 'Es=ter. Esq.
liejor J. C. Austin, Col: A. E..Ktiliire: feb„.
(ALTR. AGENT.—Mv. JoirN GitovE, of
Chambersbnia., is the General Agent of the Frank
lin Cottnty..llntuallasuranee Company. - june7)
MASON & HAMLIN'S
MELODEONS Wire introduced some twenty - years
since, and.wpre succeeded by the HAR3IONIUMS about
nine years ago. The CABINET ORGAN was brought'
'to its present state of perfection only in the summer of
THE AUTOMATIC BELLOWS SWF.r.v.
has great advantages over any other invention of the kind,
is capable of atuakfiner effects than can be produced by
any other, and is more easily used by the performer. and
eseeliesPacially in capacity for crpression.
— .T Please notice advance In prices.
CABINET ORGANS.—SINGLE REED. .
No. 15. Font Octave. Single Reed, in Walnut or
Oak Case 6 110
No. 16. The Same, in elegant Rosewood Case 1:15
No. 17. Five Octave, Single Reed, iu Walnut or
No. 12. The Same, in elegant Rosewood Ca5e...... 160
No. 19. Four Octave, Double Reed: in Walnut or
Oak Case. . 140
No. 40. The Same, in elegant Rleetvood Case 165
No. 21. Five Octave, Double Reed, in Walnut or
Oak Case.. 170
Na 4. The Same, in elegant Rosewood Case. 200
No: 43 The Same, in Solid Carved Walnut or
Oak, with Walnut Carvings. 400
No. 14. Six Stop Cabinet Organ, in Walnut nr
Cak Case. :1300
Ni /3. The Same, inelegant Rosewood Case 160
No.-12... Eight Stop- Cabinet Organ, in Walnut or
Oak Case. 425
No. 11. The Same, In elegant,llseewood C0ne......
No. 24. The Same, in Solid Carved Walnut.
No. 10.' Pedal Bas Cabinet Organ, in Walcott or
Cases of =ire finish on hand, or nude to order.
No. 5. Five Octave, Piano Style, Bazsewcs)d
No. 6. The Same, Portable, Rosewood Case. 110
No. 7. The'Serme, Portable Walnut Case
No. 9. Four Octave; Portable, Rosewood Ca.e...... 75
rgr Descriptive pamphlets furul.hed by the '1111=4.6-
As Agents for Metms. :Mason d Ifandin we are enabled
to sell arthair Nett' York rrire,, and ebarge nothing for
We base sold a number ef2heir int.tramenbt, and earl
give nutirrotts .atisfaetory references.
S. S. SIIRYOCK, Agent.
GRAND ANID SQUARE PIANOS
Which for Powerand sweetness of tune, easy and agree
able touch, and beauty of finish. have been by the leer of
judges, pronounced "unrivalled."
All of their large 7 octave Pianos are constnurted after
their new improved overstrung Grand Scale, with all the
Second Hand Pianos at great Bargains, at prices rang
ing from $7O to IMO. As Agent for Knabe & Co., lam en
allied to sell at their Baltimore prices. For further par.
tieulars apply to C. HUNTING, Agent,
july%-ly Clutmbersbmg. Pa.
STEINWAY PIANOS. - ---31Essm ,
STELWAY & SONS have received upward., of
THIRTY FIRST:DARIO - UM,
gold and silver medals, in Wa;llingion, New York, Cin
t iunati, St. Louis. Chicago, Detroit and other eitie,
AT THE WOULD'S PATII
held in LONDON, lEW, at which '..1110 Pianos tvero on Ex
hibition from all parts of the world. the} m:Tr P1112:F. MED
waO awarded to STrisaror 6; SONS. fur inneerfal, rid?,
brilliant and sympathetic tone, Truk, excellence of workman.
For further particular% apply to S. S. SHRYOCK.
Ace nt for Steinway & Sou's, Chambernimr, Y:4 julpl?t
I - 1 HUNTING, TEACHER OF MU
NJ • SIC. takes great pleasure in announcing to the
citizens of Chambereburg, that be is prepared to give in
struction on the PIANO, SIELODEON, or CABINET
ORGAN. and most respeetfrilly solicits a liberal share of
their patior!age. Those not in pecsessiou of Pianos
ran obtain instruction at his home, and the meet a Pirma
Residence of JOHN 3i MX. Queen street, near Becond.
Teens reasonabl - uosyhl•ly
*abldertt: anb Aantcso.
ki JEREMIAH OYSTER respectfully worms bii
thanks to his patrons for the liberal encourairetnent recel•
Ted from them heretofore, and he would incite the w w „;
the community generally, who may need any thing in hls
line. to give him a call at bin new stand. on Main Street.
on the same Site orenpied by him previons to the fore. where
be keeps constantly on hand et ery .vatiety of SA OD
RY AND HARNESS of his own manufacture. rent he
is prepared to sell the same on tenni that deft eolupetir
lion. Every article offered for sale is warranted to tea
made of the -best uretericl and by competent workmen,
which will be fully demonotrated on an examination there
TRUNICS AND VALISES.—Hu would aliA call the
Attention of persons wanting a good, beat and cheap and
enbstantial Trunk or Valise to hid nreortmeut. ,
GORDON has just purchased in the East Li lame
tack of SADDLERS' HARDWARE reash•ting of
Brutal!, Rings, Bitts, Barnes, Bridle Fronts, Tack, Ely
ass, Rosettes, Swivels, Pad Screws, Gig Tre,s, Black .
triunnedand full.plate self adjusting Trees, Patent and
Enamelled Leather, Saddlers'ilair, Patent LeatherGa
hus, Ornaments, Girth and Rein Web, Coek-eyes, Thread,
Trunk, Nails, Reek Protectors, de., de„ which he incites
S,oldler's and others to mill and saturnine and AL ili , illlllt
be sold at low rates.
CH. GORDON HAS ON HAND A
. large assortment of Saddles, Harness, Collars, Bri
dies: Halters, Laney Round Bridles. Wagon, Carriage
Lml Linen Nets of all kinds, from ei.6o to e 7,00 ; Curry
cords, lime Canis, Mane Combs, Brushes, Horse Boots,
Corr Rides, and many other artirles nut necessary to enu
EMOVAL.—C. B. GORDON Las re
moved his SADDLERY SHOP to the Mood welt.
tied Um Fissions to the Ere, tot 3Lus STREET, a few
doors th Oreematealt's Hotel
AiWHOLESALE AND RETAIL'
ROPES & TWINES.
The undersigned having purchased the entire Stock and
Fixtures of the Rope and Twine Manufactory pr J. P.
I; r..Y, deed, respectfully announces to her friends, smith,
former patrons of the establishment, that she
to carry on the business, in all its various branches, at.
TILE OLD STAND,
un Franklin street, Chambersburg, where she will be pleas
ed to receive the calls and ortreci of the public. All kinds,
sizes, old qualities of
ROPES, CORDAGE, TWINPS, &C.,
always, o n hand or made to order dew best material,
an dhi n gs 4 a at reasonable prices. In connection with the
&MVO blelleSS, BIM is also prepared to manufacture
HAIRfirSK. AND OTHER
aasrll.aaliahesla andFlyNets of sciperisr qual
try I* Penland ttl want of superior articles in She
ava ttnelitte requeited to call. or send tholr ohlers, Isticb
TOBPRIMING in every style done at
gSllt 05.90 of the PELANYTMI REPORTITIIrt.
SI I R.,
NE ll' DRUG STORE.
vern, sur.rff.n Foci; 0
1?..501,2t 4 7 ut
. 31 - EDICCSIIB,
A LIVE DRUG STORE
ON SECOND STREET.-
NIXON has fitted 41p a beautiful Store next door to his
late stand- He is nom prepared to furnish the 15.41 of
MEDICINIiS in large or small quantirie,
QHOR T PASTURE.—The cows will
L) begin to MUM their milk—mse NIXON' CATTLE
POWDEIL a Aire thing fia producing milk.
c 4 AND, ASHES AND LIME, 'can be
romtverl from anrl the face keptelcan by -purclui4iag
INHAS ALL THE FACILITIES,
IN as before the Are, for the proper preparing and dis•
pen.ing the beta a rtiries in his line. Stack always fresh.
p ETU RN IN G SOLDIERS WILL
find at NIXON'S a rertiln cure for .sizad or Rebel
ASPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF
Pocket Books, Bru,bes, Soaps, Perfumery and arti•
cles of fancy, QXON'S.
HII R kinds of the be-t
make am be bad at NIXONS
CHF N'CK'S SEA WEED TONIC, AT
eIOSTAR.'S RAT EXTERMINATOR,
1, 7 ENNEDY'S MEDICAL DISCOVERY.
Ayr r".. Sor.aratillo,
tionfiaen (:ratan Eitlon
‘:_iO7,OD(YNT ,FOR THE TEETH, AT
PURNETT'S COCOAINE P 0 R THE
BALE?. at. SPANGLER'S.
8 \v - A m 'S. PANACEA,- AT
AY E ' PILLS,
C.U. °RESSLER, SUCAVMOT to HETSER & GUESS.
I.lio Las opened in his new room, ou Second street, oppos
bite the Post Mice. where every• effort will be made to
Sustain the popularity , the old establishment had noquired.
A Continuation of the liberal patronage which the firm re—
ceived is respectfully solicited. A Lfir stock of Drugs,
Chemimils, and Patent Medicines is new offered. Also a
desirable nv.oriternt of
k: t Books,
Co- u nties,
end Pansy Articles in great variety.
KEROSENE lAMPS.—Every' desnliPtinn of sand
Lamp, mond tamps. Hanging Lumps and Side Lope
ettitaule for Kitchen use, Parlor use, Stare use and Mica
THE BEST COAL OIL IX THE MARKET.
lily 'Oyes o r all (Now. Everything in a Drucgista
1- - e'Presmiptious receive special altenti., and are
emspatl.d wee and aklll. C. H. CRESSLER,
Second Street, opposite the Post Office.
attornevs at iLah).
4 M. WS. StENGER. ATTOR
-13 • NEYS . AT JAW —W. B.liTS..Notat, District, At
tornoy sod At for Fuse:lrina- l'Asions, Bounty .i4Diney
Whet . Jahn, Duttiold's dwelling. on the Wed side of
f•eeoloi Streit. 10-twoPo (Zucca and Washington Stmet..
A t LAW..-O}llllP opposite the Post /Mk, Will af
ot,' pronu Mr to all bustness entrusted to their wire.
P. 8— A for the collection of Pensions,
Dowry. 1:,-.lc Pay mud 111 other claims against the govern
%IT S EVERETT. Attofney at Law.
1' . Onion mr M arket Street,. opposite tho Court
ijoee.c, formerly norm lied by Jer, Cook, Elsa. All legal
luNine,sas entru.ted to als rare will receive prompt :mete
JOHN STEWA.RT,.ArronNEr AT LAW
Office on Second Street, a few doors South of the
Market House. PEN: ;lONS, BOUNTY and other claims
punuptly collected. [ang3l
IAT H. HOC KENBERRY, Affi. AT
V • Law. Offie e opposite Couit Hous e. Chambers
burg. Business pros aptly attended to: junel4•Zim
TJ. HILL, ATTORNEY AT' AW. Of
• tine at Ws re faience on Second. greet. ,x,tl9
B. KEN /EDI", ATTORNEY AT LAW
• Office•• Sf saket area. octl9
WANTED. —An active, energetic busi
. tab; the agency for this wanly of a
first rkor ' s L t
if " riltr h snow. Pompany. Address,
Julyl9-4t i Max P. 0. Philadelphia.
MARY E GRAY
nne dm. wett
l' II I: M I C .1 L S
and 101 the he,t
/list End of Brown's lioN
A GRICULTJRAL CHEMICAL CO.'S
The Fertilizers prepared by the Agricultural Chemical
Ca, (a.Compony chartered ty the Legislature of Penneyl•
:Tanis with a capital of $Z0,000,) have been proved in
"practice to be the cheapest, most profitable ma best, for
the Farmer, Gardener and Fialbgrower, of alt concentra•
red manures now offered in any Market. The Company's
list embraces the following
This Fertilizer is composed of night soil and fcrtiliz
ing,elementa of nrine,.combined chemically and tnechani
rally scitlt other valuable fertilizing agentsand absorbents
It is reduced to a palvernlent condition; ready fir im
mediate use, anli withnitt 10 , 3 of Its liighly nitrornon4 fyr
Its uuivereal applicability to all amps and soils, and Its
durability and active qualities, are well known to he all
Undugrieultarists can desire.
This Fertilizer is largely composed of animal matter,'
such as meat, bone. freh, leather, hair and wool. together
with rhetniral, and Inorganic forth izrrt, whielciteirnpr,e
the mass, and retain the nitrogenous elements.
It it a very valtualAr b fortilizer for field cropsgenerally,
and espeeially for potatoes, and garden ptupo-eo.
In exeellent qualifies, strength and cheapnel , t, have
made• it very poplar with all who has e tired it.
This highly phosphatic tertiluer pn rlieularly adapted
l)r the cultic:llion or trees; fruits, latvhs anti thevers. rt
rill prwunte o very cigerom, and healthy growth al wood
zw.d tacit, and largely inereaw the quantity and perfeet
die muttuity of the fain. For hot-Louie and houeehold
plant , and floners it be found an hat/wearable arti
cle to s. Fnre their greatest perfection. It -1;111 prevent a n d
vase diseased conditions of tiro perteh nod irrape, and is
exeel:ent for G 774.. a.,1
It is eistriposeil of such elements as make it aiimpteil to
lie grog th of all hinits'ot crops in all .lints of AI
The formula or method of ("011 its eoustiment ler•
till-zing ingredients have ret,4red the biLrhes.l rtppr.,vni of
eminent ‘'llem:Nt.. and ,tienntie
PUOSPHITE OF LIME
The .4grg,/turmi Chmica! ewap,,,ty manufaeturo a
Phiwirhate of I.iin;!in acontkuteeWith how ,nd valumbl
fkraitila by which 3 \ cry siperier proiince:l,-so
as to lie afforded at a toss price than other inantithetnrer,
r hnrge. Pnactical tests have proved that it: , alae, as a
fertilizer, is equal to the best Phosphate of Lime in the
AU orders of a Ton or were_ wilf . be - delivered at the
Railroad Statioa and the Whltr."Ct of Shivaunt, free of
•artage. Cartage Win be aon all eraors i i 6 bar
- One dollar per Ton alloaauce for cartage r ill be made
on all sake delivered at the Works of the Company, on
Canal INluirf. -.•-
AGRICULTURAL CHEMICAL CO.'S WORKS
AT CANAL WHARF, ON THE I/ELM-Mit
Office. 4131, Arch St., Philadelphia, Pa.
R. B. FITTS, General Agent
The Compauy ; s Pamphlet Circular, ent ' bracing- frals3l
rections for TWIT the ahaye Fertilizers, rent hr man, free,
when regorged. rnarebB-fimor
Stees, '}Dines anti Vlautfo. -
WES T FRANKLIN NURSERIES.-
LARGE AND CHOICE FRUIT TREES
4 PREPAILLVG ERROR CORRECTED.
The idea has become current. that Ryder has sold out
his nurseries; in part from the cireumstarree: of having sold
nt auction a portion el - stock last spring. the sale of which
were intendant only to reduce the surplus stock of some
leading items, and give titian opportunity to see far them
selves, and all who were is attendance at the Nei eral one
tinas well know that the stock on hand is very large andot
superior quality. Several pretending nunierymeni-solle
iting onicrs through this county have endeavored to make
Phis shits bear upon the emnmunity ; that ibis establish-
Incur is sold out and the business discontinued. Such anit
s'iciar falsehoods hate been indulged in by local am'
eling tree speculators for the-pecidiar benefit of them,.
s• Is es. 'ale public are hereby informed that the business
is soil will be continuedas heretofore, and all orders Mur
es, r largo or small, will bo tilled entire from our own
grounds. We grow - a full stock of es cry Fruit Tree,
Plant, or Grape Vine described in our catalogue, and cum
essinently arc not dependent on other nurseries for a sup
ply, nor compelled. to send off ses - erai hundred --miles for
Trees to fill the enters of tlllr customers,.
We arc prepared to Jill orders entire from our own
grounds and twenty per cent. cheaper, considering the
quality of the stock, than any other establislintent in the
comity. All persons who wish to purehnse are invited to
call Personally and examine stock. Early attention tothis
will be of vast interest to thwintgrested, as we ran show
a great variety of fruit through the fruit season. Fruit
for sale at the nurseries in large or small quantities.
Font Office address, Loudon Franklin Co., Penna.
West Franklin Nurseries, on the Loudon anti Cove Gap
FRANKLIN NURSERY.—Desirong of
clearing part of my , gro . t . i . n . c . 1.. I offer for role,
30,4)00 A.1 7 71,E TREES.
These Trees are grafted with the bust and most appro.
ved varieties ok Apples, and are grcofit on good sandy
loam. They have an abundance of fine fibrous roots, and
can be removed without risk. They can be furnished
from five feet to nine feet in heighth, with proportionately
heavy stalks, and are well worth the attention of persons
wishing to plant orchards. I will sell them at from +Wino
40.4 per 100, ttecoraling to size and quality of Tree, when
ordered in quantities of 100 and nrovaros.
PEAR, CHERRY and PEACH TREES for full plant
ing also on hawk
EVERGREEN and SHADE TREES in variety. with
a general assortment of SHRUBBERY.
GRAPES.—I am prepared to receis e nod fill orders for
Drapes for fall planting, such as Concords (the boot dark
now cultivated,) Diana Rebecca, Delaware. T. Eaten,
and all the latest varieties offered.
A moderate charge to cover expenses for prinking. All
goals delivered in Chambersburg or at the Rail Road
re Orders addressed to the undersigned will reeelee
prompt attention. J. 11FXSER, Agent,
may:ll-1m . Franklin Nursery, Chambersburg Yu.
ESTTREFESILPiii(NTLSINv„N-EIn. 4,s ci S . ERTES.
The subscriber would call the attention of oil persons
who have hot a full supply of Fruit on their premises. to
the large and well selected assortment of Fruit- Trees,
Vines, 6m., now offered for the tall trade. Our stock is
very large and comprise., the best varieties known to po
moloGists. _ Our collection of Fruits of every class is by
far the largest in the county and second to none in the
We invite all who wish to purchase Treca to any extent,
to romp and see and leave their orders at the earliest pos
able opportunity. We guarantee that no one will regret
the s nit, a• 41e are prepared to show more variety in the
fruit line th.in any similar establishment in the country.
Fruit sian We seen growing at any timethrough the fruit
sensim. Fruit by sale at the nurseries of all kinds in sea.
Address, R. L. RYDER, Proprietor.
Loudon, Franklin Co., Pa.
West Franklin Nurseries, on the Loudon and Cove ap
S.HADVAND ORNAMENTAL TREES
IN VARIETY".—Large str.stl Shade Trees for street
planting'. Orders for dosteshould be sent in early— Thev '
can trod he area and determined upon white th e Iblittgo
npon them. nune`2,94lm,t 13.1. RUDER.
tobacco aub *cgaro.
JACOBS' TOBACCO AND CIGAR
iiTolo.—Racing re:built my Tobacco and Cigar
Store on Smith Main sweat, (corner of Washington *Main
streets. 3 two equates from the Diamond, I would incite all
to tall and examine my stock, consistirk of
' CHEWING TOBACCO:
Congress, all kinds, Cavendish,
Twist. all kireti,: Rose 'fillet,
Flounder, • Old Virginia. _
Michigan Fine Cut, Honey Dew,
Anderstin Shorts Solace, •...
Talisman, .' Hart's Delight,
Plana*, . Sunny Side, ko.
Ramo, Scotch . Coarse.
Cut and Dry, Danville,
Lynebburg. , aaralrdidi,
James River, Oraut,
Mead, " Sigel.
'2l J. A. JACOBS.
REMOVAL OF B U S xtS TOBACCO
AND SEGAR STORE.—The undersigned brie re.
moved Ids Tobacco and Sogar Store to his new room, on
SECOND STREET, new door to the Friendship Bitgfise
House, whose he will keep on hand a comp!ete stock of
TOBACCO AND SEOARS, snob as Natural Leaf; Mich.
igen and. SmoldocTobacco, Vim* dre
•aprils C. R. HEAR.
4* Paul& itePasitotp; cvnibtx..o*.a)
ELWICKS d. BURKHART
"Wholeaale goods at City pries,. 'wh o l e sath goo th
at City rim%
CI ELWICKS BIIRKIIART
J 'Keep the largest a...sten:lent in town. Keep the
largest assortment in tarn.
GELWICKS I& BURKHART
Have an !immense stock of fish , ebeap, inwhota, halt,
quarter sat eighth Fowl,
CIELWICKS & BURKA" - ART
'J Offer 7000 .arks 0. A. Sgt. American, Liverpool
and patent nicks, citolevnite on retail. at le.ct (*tires than
any other hone to town.
I:4_ELIVICKS & BURKHART
ILA Keep a very fine Neloction of Pickled and Prenerfett
Pieklee ready for the table, Spleed Oyo3
ten+, Canned Peachog, Canned Cora, Canned Tozoid?o,
choler Dried Voef. fine Ruirnr Cured Flaw.
aEL ICKS 3. BIITEKHA.RT
VA Offer fine Green and Black Teas. Chocolate pure
Spices, awl. Inking articles. prime Cheese, large omen.
meat of Freedi On t ow rs an d CA,.
GELWICKS a, 13URKLIART
Sell all grades of Syrups. Molasses. Coffees, Su g ars
and Rive, wholmle and 12. toil.
GELIVICK.S & BURKHART
fines very 'sort ment of Queenswars, Stone.
ware. rumb , "ts. Etu,11 , 6, Broom& Briskets. Cord,. mad
- - BURKIIA4T
kA Keep a very, - beavy stock - or all kin& and grades of
Tobaccas and B.7.ar* nod sell km, allote.,de and retail.
t'ARMERS LOOK TO 'TOUR INTER
EST. Go to GELVICES & BURKHART'S for
Salt, Fish and Grocerio.
aEL-WICKS- & BURKHART
..11nnufactnre all kinds of Candy and Confectionery,
sell all kinds of Fruit% 'Nuts; Oranges, Lemons, rigs,
Penne% Almonds, Raisins, Le., &e... wholesale and retail.
GELIVICR.S & BIIiiKE ART'S
Is the pltme to ko fot the largest and most varied
assortment of Smse Geoda tram. and at reasonable
GELWICKS '& BURKHART
Sell :perm, Coal, Whale, I.atbrieltilw and Kern.
FACTS! FACTS!! FACTS!!!
E. D. REID
baring. just returned from the Eastern cities,
nou- opening a large and general ,
City Cared Hams and Dried Beef.
Prime No. 1 and 2 Shore -Mackerel.
In barrels., half-barrels. team - tem and kits.
llnvet.de-Graoe. Smoked and Salt flerring.
Pickled Shad (without bones).
Canned Fruit. and ,
Oranges, Lemo n s, . ,
Bruninnas. Pine Apple,,
Raisin and Nuts.
And hut, bid not least, the largest and
best assortment of
GLASS AND QUEENSWARE
out of the city of Philadelphia.
- of all the improved patent patterns. Also,
CORK-SEALED GLASS AND STONE JARS,
- besides one thousand five hundred articles
not above named, and alt of
which will be sold at a small advance, at the Family
Grower' on the South-eau corner of Main and
aeleingtem Aram, Chamber:burg,
Lir Cash paid for Coallirry Product.
june2l E. D. REID.
N I AR re, KE tf, T iny ITS
inform thEor.-- . T it h ero e u r , derz' gnets a ed
the public generally that they have re-opened their Grea
eery Store m the room formerly occupied by the Hook and
Ladder Company, In the Market House, and take this
method of returning their thanks for the liberal patronage
heretofore extended to them. Their stock is complete m
every variety of FAMILY GROCERIES, consisting of
Ham. Syrupe, Salt, Mackerel, Coffee, Sugars, Teas, To
baccos, Brushes, Brooms, Buckets, Cords, Twines, Glass--
ware Queensware and everything heretofore kept at their
former place of business. They will always keep a sofa
cleat stock on hand to be enabled to meet the demands of
the community. COUNTRY PRODUCE taken in ex
change for good,' at cash market prices. Don't forget the
place. (Market House.) three doors from the corner, on
Queen Street. las .311 HUGER &, LEMASTER.
SPRECHER'S GROCERY STORE._
The undersigned has the target stock of FAMILY
GROCERIES in town. which he offers to the public at the
lowest CASH PRICES. It is not necessary to enumerate,
as his stock is large mid complete,
Hihest pricct paid forEOUNTRY PRODUCE In
exchange for goods. [aug3l j CYRUS SPRECHER.
T. HOLLOWAY, WHOLESALE
• GROCER AND COMMISSION MERCHANT;
AS M ARKET STREET, (North side, above Fifth street,)
IF YOU WANT GOOD GOODS AT
A. the lowest prices, call at the Family Grocery of E. D.
REID, opposite Dr. Suesserotrs.
IMPOR T'E S
WINES A—ND LIQUORS.
LAITMAN, SALLADE & CO..
NO. SOUTH NINTH
Betwern Chearnut Witbrut Strerm„ Pligadelphia. '
A. M. SALTAIII.„\
J. D. Brrrrso, )
Fineh botle waled with green wax with the initials of the
SUPERIOR OLD MADEIRkWINE
FINE SHERRY, CLARET AND
AND AN ASSORT - RENT OF
FINE BRANDS OF CHAMPAGNE.
OSBORNE & CO.'S
VERY FIND AND DELICATE
OLD PORT WINE,
Etteh bottle sealed with yellow wax with the initi alio! the"
LAUISIAN, BALLADE & CO.,
N 0.128 South Ninth Sava, Philadelphia.
OLD RYE WHISICE , J,
OLD WHEAT WHISKEY,
POESY WHISKEY, -
LACTRAX, BALLADE & CO.,
' No. US Korth Nick Soma, Philadelphia.
RIVESE, GARDRAT 4co:s
VINTAGE OF AllB,
LAUMAN, SALLADE & CO
iLim of at .
WINTER TIME TABLE, Fin' TillKS" DAIL Y
to and from E ll O lplda and Pitzslntrg. On and aftur
Monday, October 314 1864, the Passages-Trains of the
penasylvartutßaliroa Company will depart Rain Harris
turir and arrive at Prladelp_liannd Pittsburg asltdiusor:
THROUGH EXPRESS TRAM" leaves Harrisburg dai
ly at 2.95 A. M., and arrives at Vest Philadelphia at 6.55
FAST LINE leaves Harrisburg:daily (except Monday)
at 8.00 A. M.,* and arrives at" West Philadelphia at 19.40
F. P 281 1 ,5 take brattlfast at Lancaster.
MAIL r HAW leaves -Harrisburg daily (except Sun
day) att.. 1.30 P. M., and arrives West Philadelphia at 5.-
35 0. s
' pppTSBURG AND ERIE EXPRESS leaves Harris
burg qaity (e-ret Sundays) at U. 55 P. M., and arrives at
West-adelpMa at A. 51.
HARRISBURG ACCOSEMODA.TION TRAIN, leaves
• Harrisburg daily (eicept Sunday) at 4,00 P. and ar
rive,at West Philadelphia at 9.30 P. M. This train has no
earth eaten from the Weet.
, COLUMBIA ACCOMMODATION TRAIN leaves Har
risburg daily (except Sunday) at T A. N., and arrives at
Lancaster at 9.15 A. connecting (except on Monday)
trith the Fast Line east.
PITTSBURG Al4:t ERIE EXPRESS leaves Harris.
barg daily (except Sunday) at 12.25 A. It., Altoona 6.50
A. N.. lake bre/LI/nut, and arrive at Pitt:llmeg at 12.40
BALTIMORE EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Harrisburg
daily (except Monday) at 2.25 A. st.: Altoona 8.15 'A. 3L,
. take breakfast, and arrives at Pittsburg at 1.40 P. sr.
THROUGH EXPRESS leaves Harrisburg daily at 3..
25 A. It., Altoona at 8.15 A. M., take breakfast and arrives
Pittsburgatt At 9.40 P. M.
FAST LINE leaves Harrisbarg daily (except Sunday)
nt 4.00 P. Altoona at 9.10 P. It., take sapper. and at
riven at Pittsburg at 2.00 A. IL
MAIL TRAIN leaves Harrisburg daily (except Sun
-day) at 1.40 P. IL: Altoona at 755 P. 3L. take supper, and
arrives at Pittsburg at 1.30 rt. It.
,MOUNT JOY ACCOMMODATION west leaves Lan
caster at 11.9.0 A. M., connecting there with the Mail west ;
leacoa Mount Joy at 11.51 A. 31., and arrives at Harrisburg
at 1.00 P. It.
THE HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION MIN
from Pittsburg, trbielt arrives at Harrisburg at 6.30 P. 3r,
stops there, passengers for East of Harrisburg-lay over un•
til 11.55 r. at. - SAMUEL D. YOUNG,
not-9 Sup't ?diddle Dir. Pettus. B. R.
NORTHERN CENTRAL RAILWAY
FALL TIME TABLE.—Four Trains Daily to
and from Baltimore and Washington' City,
Connections made with trains 1313 Pennsylvania Railroad,
to. and from Pith:burg anti the West.
CPU R TRAINS DAILY to nod firm the North awl
West Branch Susquehanna, Elmira and all of Northern
fn and after Monday, Oct. 17th, 1061, the Passenger
Trainti ante Northern Central Rahway will arrive at and
depart lima Harrisburg and Baltimore as follows:
MAIL TRADI leaves Sunbury daily (except
Sunday) 10.03 A.M.
leaves Harrisburg 1:20 P.M.
arrives at Baltimore .. .. 5:40 P.M.
EXPRESS TRALN leaves Sunbury dully (ex
cept' Sunday) 11:45 P.M.
" - leaves Harrisburg (except
Monday) 2:30 A.M.
arrives at Baltimore 7:00 A.M.
HARRLSRITRG ACCOMMODATION leaves
' Harrisburg 7:00 am
FIUNIIITha ACCOMMODATION lea;:as Suu-
_ bury daily (ex. Sunday)... 7:30 A.IL
iTIMADELP.HIA EXPRESS TRAIN leaves
Sunbutryidaily (ex. Sunday) s:lrir.it.
MAIL TRAIN leaves Baltimore daily (except
lea S i u ms na g > rrisburg 1:33 P.M.
arrives at Sunbury' 4:05 P.M.
EXPRESS TRAM leaves R. ululate daily... 5:31) P.M.
arrives at Harrisburg.. • ..... 1:50 A.M.
lir leaves Harrisburg daily (ex.
eept . Monday) 3:15 A.R.
- aces at Suntmry 5.53 A.it.
EitlE TRAIN leaves Baltimore _
daily (except Sundays) tit. 7:301.'.31
Ives Harrisburg daily (ex
rapt Sundays) at 12:35 A.M.
- ' arrives at Sunbury at ' 3:fri A.3f.
HARP.ISELTIIG ACCOMMODATION leaves
Baltimore daily(ex.Moriday 3:00 P.3f.
wives at Banishing at 7:50 P.H.
SUNBURY ACCOMMODATION leaves Hat..
risborg daily (ex. Sunday). 4:00 P.X.
The Erie Express and Philadelphia Express are through
trains to and from Erie and all intermediate points. Mail
and Express trains run through to Elmira.
Tor further Information apply at the Office, in Pennsyl
vania Railroad Depot.
0e1t26'64 J. N. tit:BARRY, Gen. Supt.
PHILADELPHIA AND ERIE RAM
ROAD.—This great line traverses the Northern and
Northwest, counties of Pennsylvania to the city of Erie, on
Lake Erie. -
It has been leased by the Pennsylvania Railroad COM
pacy, and is operated by them.
Its entire length was opened fur passenger and freight
business, October 17th, 1861.
TIME Or PASSERGER TRAINS AT HARRISBURG
Mall Train_ 1:40 A. X
Lock Haven Acoommodialma 1:30 P. 3t.
Mall Train 1:15 A. M.
Lock Haven Accommodation 1:40 P. If
Passenger Care run through on 310 Train, without
change both ways between Philadelphia and Erie, and
Baltimore and Erie.
Elegant Sleeping Cep on Mall Train both ways between
Philadelphia and Lock Raven, and on Elmira Express
,Train both ways between Williamsport anti Baltimore.
-raw reformation respeetimr 4,rkr
Cantor 30th gustl2dorkatZtreets,
And for Freight liminess of the Company's Agents
S. P. X.CtoterOlf, Jr., Cor. 13th and Market Sm., Phila.
J. W. REYNOLDS, Erie.
WM. BROWN, Agent
IL H. HOUSTON,
Gen. Freight Agent, Philadelphia.
H. W. OWINNEB,
Gen. Ticket Agent, Philadelphia.
JOS. D. POTTS,
febS,Rll Gen. Manager, Williamsport.
fIIIMBERLANP VALLEY & FRANK
-1,.) RAILROADS.—CHANGE OF HOURS,—
Ou awl after Monday, October 31,1%1, Passenger Trains'
will reit day, as follows, (Sundays excepted):
FOR CHAMBERSBURG AND HARRISBURG:
Leave Hagerstown 7:00 2:35
" ' Greencastle ' 7.7 3:35
5 Arrive -at 2:17 - 4:2o Claarnberib urg
I Leave to -- ' 2:30 12:53
Leave Bhippeasburg 9:00 1:28
News-tile 9:1t2 2:00
Carlisle ' 630 10:10 • '2:46
SlecLaulesburg 7:00 10:42 3:16
Arrive at Harrisburg 7:30 IEIS 3.45
FOR OHAMBERSBURG AND HAOERSTOWN:
.., A.M. P.M. P.M.
Leave Harrisburg.: s 13:0 1:40 4:15
" Mechaaiesbtrrg P:47 2:20 . 9:50
" Carlisle 9 , 7 2:58 5:15
" Newville. 10:02 3:34
, Shippensbarg 10:33 4:04 .
Arrive at Chambershurg 11:00 4:35
Leave Chambersburg 11:10 9:45
Greencastle 11:53 .5:3.5
Arrive at li j agertolva
. 12:35 -
Ilaking'cloTte connections at 'Harrisburg with trains for
Philadelphia, New York and Pittsburg, and with trains
for all points West,
The Train leaving Harrisburg - at 4:1l P.l. runs only as
far as Carlisle. • 0. N. LULL, Supt.
R. R. Office, Chamb'g, 0ct.31, 1864
pato, aRb Oravo.
B OYS' LEGIIORN d: BRAID HATS
STYLES AND COLORS,
- at prices
• • -
THAT DEFY COMPETITION,
ATEW STYLE OF HATS.
THE PATENT RESORT HAT,
MOST COMFORTADIIE RAT WORN,
STRAW GOODS ! STRAW GOODS! !
hag 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 Just opened a fine assortment o
RATS, CAPS, BOOTS and SHOES, at his new Store in
the Market House, whore be can furnish all articles in Ids
line, cheap for cash. Some goods arc sold at old prices.
A Abe assortment of CANES, UMBRELLAS, CAR
PET BAGS, VALISPS, &c., 6:c., constantly on brad:,
Call and examine our large stock of goods.
sepal W. W. PAXTON.
A forb)4lo4ls, NOUN.
WUNDERLICH at NEAR:
FORWARDING AND CommmtioN litnitnlinnn;
North Second Stzeet, opposite the Camberland Ve
•Ballroad Depot, Chambersburg, Pa.
-- Can run regularly to and from Philadelphia and Balti
Is•Mhlchretus, No. BoB , mar*
iet Bk., PhDs&lphla.
Lyket t a valley,' Brava Egg And Nutt COAL, (dneat
Bon the mines),•Wilkashaste arid Pine Grove rairsoßr
COAL, LUMBER, BMICOLEE;BALT, PLASTER and
lianenck CEMENT, kept onitantly on hand. FLOUR,
GRAIN and •PRODUOR- of all ki n ds purchased at the
heat cash Prices.
. WITNDERLICR & READ.
*tobeo anti Iltizttatette.-
I N F. RICE S!!
MILLET? HAMILTO'S &
TINWAEE & STOVE DEALERS,
Lace reduced the'prices of their goods cent.
They will put on the beet quality TIN ROOFING,
(Ending' the Tin, &n.) for €.lO ,Trei, square. If, the owner
finds the Tin they trill put it on, goldered, for S}2 0 0 per
People troulfl do well to call mwm them lx4hre making
cAntrarts nr pm - Oases elm:whore
Particular attention will be paid to SPOUTMO. JOB
SING. &c., at the Cheapest rates
LIGHTNING RODS, of best Golvanivit Iron, pnt up
stronglS4 and cheaply
31., H. &I CO., have a fine nseortmentof
IRE CREAM FREEZERS
WATER COOLERS, &C
all or which they offer at short profits
Give them a call and sm for youselves. [may 10
fIOOK STOVES & TIN WARE.—We
v 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 118
ure guaranteed to be good bakers and give - hatisfaction.
Also--A large tut of Tin Ware, which we are selling at
vet• low prices. Persons in want of good Cook Stoves or
Titi Warn are invited to mil and• examine for themselves
at • ETTER & EYSTER'S,
- Main Sr— opponie Eyster & lire's Store. -
, KEROSENE OIL AND LAMPS.—We
i. have just received a new a_ssortment of Kerosene
Lamps, which we are selling at very low prices. Per
t:Mls in want of nice mut good Kerosene Lamps will save
money by calling and examining our assortment. Also.
all kinds of repairing' amps done by •
ETTER & - ESYTER,
Main St., opposite Eyster & Bro's Store.
HOUSE AND BARN SPOUTING.-
We axe prepared to do Spoutinsrand Jobbing of all
kinds with neatness and dispatch, and, warranted to give
satisfaction. • AIso—"LIGHTNEWRODS" put up on
Moises or Bans at short notice, by
ETTER & EYSTER,
maylo Main St., opposite Eyster & Bro's Store.
Matbbmte Cut &t.
H - A It D W A IC E
IiIIBEE .k. TOLBERT
Havoinsenest their stare
nearly opposite their old place of business,
with an extensive stock of Hardware, Cutlery, &c.,
consisting in part of
Iron,. - Paints,
Steel. . Tar,
- Hinges, Varnish,
Files,' Blasting Powder,
Brindles, Grind Stones,
Shovels, Cedar Ware.
Rakes. Pocket Knives,
Spades, - • &e.. dc.
Special attention is
Bill Mans and Contractors,
BB they ant
prepared to furnish in any quantity,
every - thing in their line.
Call and examine our stock.
'COACH AND SADDLERY
Tim subscriber e.imUfully informs bis friends and the
public;,' that he continues to carryon the above business,
at his old stand, on Main Street, opposite the Gerrbart Re
formed Church, CRAMBERSBURG PA.
Raving enlarged his business, daddlers and Coaeh
makai will And in his Store Room a general assortment
of goods suited to their several requirements, such an
Fair and Counby Hopkins,
Saddle Then and Girthing.
Gig, Trees, Full Plated, Tinned and Japanned; Goat
Hair, Straining Web and Worsted Rain
Web, lower than cotton: .
Hamel, Bits and Stirrups, Plated, Tinned and Japanned
Coach Handles, new styles; Curtain Frames; Hnb Bands;
Bridle Fronts; Roseates, StriveLs and Ornaments; Iron
Plated and Wood Gig Hawes.
BUCKLES—BRASS, SILVER AND JAPANNED,
all Styles and Patterns; Ivory and Wooden 3fartiagale
Rings, Stump Joints, and a variety of other goods suitable
for the trade.
ALL lILNEIS OF PLATING, done with neatness
find despatch. [dead] LEWIS WAXPLER.
BRAND & FLACK
Had a few goods under the pavement, which were not
flume, Such as 7.aks Hinges, Screws and other Hard•
Ware. Besides, they have Just received from New York
and Fhiladelphht a very large lot of goods, purchased much
cheaper than they are generally sold. They having been
burned oat, therefore we offer Iron, Nails, Rocks, Hinges,
Screws, Bolts, Otis, Glass, Front , &c., at the !Tres! figure.
We hare on hand-abont 10 Tons Iron of different kinds,
which We will sell less than it can be bought in the city.
Also we haw 100 kegs of Nalls and Spikes, we offpr at
from 6 to 10 dollars per km.
Knives and Forks, Scissors, Razors, Pocket Knives,
Spoons, &c., just received rum lien• York which we offer
very low. sep23
CARRI A GE'AIAKER . B" GOODS,
• Saddlers' Findings
at BRAND & FLACK'S.
QHOVELS, FORS AND SPADES AT
KJ 24 cents each and many other articles which was in
the fire, which can be made as good as new
' at BRAND & FLACK'S.
CEDAR WARE.—call at the Store in
the Alley. BRAND & FLACK.
ithp anlescang eooto.
R EMO V AL ,
WM. WALLACE & CO.
have removed their Dry Good Store to thecop!
by them precious to the flret on t• 9
Corner of Main and queen Streets,
and are in receipt of a large lot of Goods, bought at redue.
ed prices, at the late New York Auctions, to which they
,invlte the attention of the public.
To persons in neat of Dry Goods a-e F.AI, now is the time
To the ladies we offer a large agsortrnent a Dress
slack and Fancy Sllki.
Plato and Fancy, Delanes, &c.
We have a good assortment of Carpets, Matting, On
Cloths, which we will 54 low,
fl t L 3 Call soon and get b
C & CO'S.
CARRIA GE MANUFACTORY.—The
undersigned would respectrully inform the public that
he bas resumed the Carriage making business at the old
stand of Peiffer & Potts, on the comer of ?Sorbet and Sec
end Streets, where he ispmiared to m a k e t o o rd er mu ,
kind of CARRIAGES &Mire& Re aillaLie keep on band
and for sale all kinds of vehicles, such as BM:MCCREA
CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, dm.
He will alio give particular attention to repairing Veld•
cies and as ba has none but the best of workmen in his
employment be feels I Leetsred that id* Wm* will give eat:
'at prices rices trtil be faced t, as low' if not Tower than
nnr . stop,
LIVERY.—IIe keepa on hell a otOdk of grad mope_
d driving &titan and • PalVifrte dierertut 1 50 "
10 1 :
Urn at reanonable rates. -
xnay3, 2ABfi P. DEWY PENTICR.
Auk fr us,t . „
330 sits -ant `,SUattijiiiio.
THE OLD BoaK STAND
S. S. SHRYOCR,
Haa been removed to fbe new building -opposite the POS
Oyyste, tame a fall assortment of
SCHOOL AND mIscEIzANEOIIBIIOOES,
bad at exceed' ly Low Prioas.
WALLPAPER andfl DOW SHADES, aB
and new stock.
- Fairchild's Celebrated Gold Pens, tally wariattCrat.
• Orders taken krr- gbods which will be Rapeseed In tlur
shortest poesible time. -
, The New York and Philadelphia Papers received - dal)
for which weekly subscriptions will be taken.
I= First Class Novels, Magi:mines and Periodicals receives
A.VOOII as publirbed.
-"We eau sell Photograph Albums cheaper ban they oar
be bad elsewhere.
Mule seat flee of pottage to any Ttaftof the emmty.
Gd. ilt Frames, Worsteds and Fancy - Goads constant/Too
- Our arrangements are each That tre elm supply any or
ders satisfactotilynith dispatch.
, Mt J. X. 811RTOCK, hinow located in New Yuri, which
enables osto - andertake the at complex otatagatiions•
Old Balkier particular edition.% dates or style, hunted
ap at a reasonable comadssion. tuov2]
LILL S' PATEN T
WROUGHT AND CHEMED IRON
VAULT DOORS, AND LOOKS.
Every safe of this manufacture is from one inch to two
ioeho thick (according to size.) of solid iron, chilled by
canting on to a network of Wrought iron bars, and is fas
tened by Lillies' Combination Lock, whichhas no Kepner
Key hole. thus rendering it secure against burglars, and
Inside of this Iron wall in attached theltest Are-proof filling
kmown. The great thickness of Iron in these safes renders
them secure in a fire horn being warped or drawn out of
shape by big, or from being crushed by the fall of trans
or tbers or its own fall. The Vault Doors are It teems
thick and i inches thick of chilled and Wrought Iron and
are fastened by tithes' celebrated Lock. Send for circu
lars or price lists to the subscriber, who is sole-Wait for
central Pennsylvania. GEO. W. PARSONS,
march]-6m 110 Sucker. St, Harristortrg, Pt.
, 3. C. RICHARDS, 31. D. JNO. MOSTOOKEItY, X. - D.
'CHARDS & MONTGOMERY have
xt, associated themselves in the Practice of Medickse t
and have opened an office ft Dr. Riohards' new brdidiag.
on Main street, a few doors South of the Diamond.
All pertons indebted to either of the above, 1011 Wise
make early settlement of the same. tane,A4f) -
AA' R. J. S. MAIIRER'OFFERS HIS
services es a PAysician and Surgeon to the citizens
of St. Thomas and vicinity. Promptness at all hours.
Rosidenre opposite the Post Office.
DR. W. H. BULB Will attend prompt
iy• to all profesolcmal calLc Mice in the Vestibule
of the New School House near the Jail. :
WISTAR - 'S -BALSAM
ONE OF TUE OLDEST :AND MOST BELLiDLE ILEBIEDIES IN
TILE- WORLD FOIL • • •
Coughs, Colds, Whooping Cough, Bronchitis,
ficulty otßrentbing, Asthma, Boarseness,
Sore Throat, Croup and every
THE THROAT, LUNGS AND CEIRST.
WISTAR'S BALSAM bP WILD CIECMIY.
Sio general has the use of this remedy become, and
so popular is it everywhere, that it is unneeest
vary to recount its virtues: Its troths speak
for it, and find utterance &tithe abundant ,
' and 'Voluntary testimony of the malty •
who from long imffering and settled dig.
ease haye - by its use been restored to pristine
'cigar and health. We can present a aunts of et ,
idence inproof of our assertions, that cannotbe discredited.
From Mr. Merry Keller, Memrsburg, Pa.
Gentlemen: I do hereby certify that daring the last. ten
years I have been subject to frequent severe Ccefgfie and
cads. Niquaa..e....- z bis•-•-eAsarper:CMPlXODEttrrthfikt3 attafßß
flume immediatelyresorted to Dr.Wiruar'saggml= of Wild
Cherry, and the result has always been to athililtne speedy
relief. I would reemkunend this valuable retch* to all
thorn:, who suffer from Coughs, Colds, Pain in the
or any Pulmonary Complaint, feeling confident that ' ll%
prove itself to be the best remedy in - any of these MUM I
would, however. caution the public against a worthies
counterfeit, a bottle of which was once forted upon Yrte.
The use of this spurious Balsam did me mare berm than
geed. The gentuee Dr. INlstar's Balsam of Wild Cherry
is Prepared - by Seth W. Petrie & Co., Boston, and bat their
printeduame, as well as the smitten signature of BUTTS .
upon the outside wrapper of each bottle" --- :_
From Jesse Setith. Esq., President ce the-Yorris Comity
Bank, Aforristown, .1,
Haring used Dr. Wistru-'s Balsam of Wild. Cherry for
about fiftaeu years, and having realized its benellea
Stilts in my family, it affords me great pleasure in recorik
mending it to thepnblic asp valuable remedy in manse of
weak lunge, colds, coughs, &c., and a remedy which I
consider to be entirely innocent, and may be taken with
perfect safety by the most delicate in health.
From Hon. John E. Smith, a dtsanguished Lawyer in
I have on several occasions used. Dr. Wistar's Balasmof
Wild Cherry for severe Colds, and always with decided
benefit. I know of no pfeparation that la =coked:tendons
or more deserving of general use.
The Balsam has also been used with excellent effect by
.T. B. Elliott, Blerchant, Hall's Cross Roads, Sid.
WISTAR'S BALSAM Or WU.D MEWL
None genuine onleessigned "L BUMP on the wrapper
J. P. DINSMORE, Fo. 461 Nroad tray, N.Y.
S. W. FOWLS CO., Proprietors, llostot, and by sta
REDDING'S RUSSIA SA-LVE
- Heals Old Sores.
RF.,DDMG'S RUSSIA SALVE
Cares Buns, tiliolds and Cots.
REDDDZG'S RUSSIA SALVE
011 , 23 Wounds, Bruises and Spratni.
REDDING'S RUSSIA SALVE
Cares Boils, Lima and Cancers.
REDDING'S RUSSIA SALVE
Cures Salt Rheum, Piles and Erytdpeyta.
REDDING'S BIISSLA SALVE •
Cures Ringworm, Corns &c., &o.
NO FAMILY SIMI:MD BE W, ITEIOUT IT.
CAP' Only 25 Cents a Dom
FOR BALE BY -
J. P. DINS4ORE, No. 491 Broadway,. N. Y.
S. W. POWLE & Co., No. 18 Tremont St, Boston, and Dy
MI Druggists and Country Storekeepers.
tiooto anzi *bin.
o ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
JACOB JIUTTOV'S BOOT ir.SIIOR.SToRE.
The undersigned takes this methodorreturninghlathanks
to his numerous customers, and the Public generally, fee,
the eery ,liberal patronage heretdfore extended to him,
and hopes, in his present rnisforuna la common aith near
ly every business man is town, Oath° ivl l dill continue
to be remembered. He has the pleasure of infortaing the'
public that he has opened hie &MIX the Bewitene
R. McLanalean's Dwelling, on "Second Street, four doors
North of the Methodist Churcla where he brimmed LO
offer a general assortment of Menk, Warrens Bea Chn''
dren's Boots and Shoes, embracing htsown andeig' man.
ufacture, which, for try:diem of sityleand situabMty are
superior to and of his former stockfand wUI be offered at
tr . it.oato suit all. He is in Weeltlyßeaedpt of Goods freen
YeiladelPhio, which for beauty end excellence, csamot be
surpassed South of the Susquehanna.
CUSTOMER WORK of every 'variety done. with ,
promptness.—As he employs none but supoirior workmen,
he feels justified in guaranteeing 'all work 'trade at his es
tablishment. Don't forget the place, Your Dolan Pots
of the Methodist Mir Second Stud, East
TRUNKS, of the latest sty from approved makers% al
ways on band, and for sal. at a very small advance on
egion' cost. (nue.'43 JACOB HUTTON.
undersigned, has th!
informing bin old customer) and thepi
lic elklitiust he has removed hie .Botera SH OE
ST RE t. the Nor Bride Building of Cicero Ludt*,
on Main Street, one door'sonth of Ureenswalt's Hotel,
where he is now opening the largest assortmentof
and Shoes ever brought to thecoomty. Hisao& embra
ces every variety of Youths', Ladies' and Men's BOOTS
& SHOES, which for style of flesh, and duraldlity of.
wear, cannot be surpassed in the county, and whichl,,
be sold at prices tomtit the times. Raving prorohased This
LATEST STYLE OF LASTS, he IS prepared to make
Customer work. at short notice, by the best mamas) is
the county. With a disposition to be obliging and acr
commointing, ho hopes to merit a liberal share Of Pllf7
ronage—withont a desire , to monopolise, Was motto
in our common calamity to live and lot live.
Poetise/sr attention ,va to all kinds of ElMrny t ii, a
TERMS CASH, AND PRICES EMFO •
He has else on hand, and for sale. rheap Traub, Va.
lists, Carpet Sacks, Linea and Paper ijOilank Paper,
Thk-stands, Steel Pees. Rat &a. -
N. R.—Au persons knowing tneMse,bres indebfawia
pleafte-nall and make inunedlatesenent, that /may be -
enabled to meet my former In th e -
FINFROCIPS MARBLE WORKS,
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C*F 4 , I3 I 3 PRIk PA.
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