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TRAVELERS INSURANCE COMPA
-a- • NY OF ITABTFORD, CONN.
'CAPITAL, CA' 0,000.
ACCIDENTS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
' • GENERAL ACCIDENT POLICIES
Por Five Hundred Dollars, with $3 per week compensa
tion can bead for $3 per annmn, or AST OTIItAI SUM be
tween $5OO and $10,00:1 at proportionate rates.
TWENTY-FIVE DOLLARS PREMIUM
st , otwes a Policy for 55,000 or $23 per week compensation
for all and every description of licoldent—traveling or oth
erwise—ander a GENERAL ACCWEN3 Policy, at OttinNa-
FIFTY DOLLARS PREBIllat
Se+•ares a fall Policy for co,ooo or e. 50 per week eompea
.rakm, as aline.
Policies_ issued lot Foreign, Weet India, and California
Travel. tates cab be learned by application to the Office
SHORT TIME TICKETS
T his Company's INSURANCE TICKETS far ONE or TRIETY
days' travel may be purchased at many of the Railway or
General Ticket Offices and Hotels. Ten cents will buy a
ticket for one dap? travel, intoning 83,000, or 815 weekly
compensation. llcket Policies may be bad for 3, 6 and
12 months, in the same manner. •
Hazardous Risks taken at Hazardous Hates. 'No kfed•
hard Examination required. Policies written by the Com
pany's Agents. Policies issued for 810,000 and for five
ilrgrAvus F. DAVIS, THOMAS BELKNAP, .11
W. 11. D. CALIT,NDEII, CHARLES WHITE.
L. HOWARD, CORNELIVS B. MINIS.
GEO. W. MOonl4, litcn HARBIRON,
MARSHALL JEWELL, GEORGE S. GILHAN,
EBENEZER ROligirr, JONATHAN B. HENCE.
RoDNEN DENNIS, Bee'y. J. G. BATTSFISoN," Pres%
nue At* W. G. REED, Agent, Cbamberebnrg,
AMERICAN LIFE INSURANCE AND
3 - TRUST CO., Corner Fourth and Walnut Streets,
Philadelphia. Incorporated 1850. Charter Perpetual.
Authorized Capital, $500,000. Paid-Up Capital, $150,000.
Philadelphia, Feb. 4, 1864.
The Trustees have this day declared a Dividend of
FIFTY PER CENT, on all premiums received upon MU
TUAL POLICIES during the year ending December 31st,
1863, and in flare at that date, the above amount to be
credited to said Policies, and have also ordered the divi
dend of 1800 on Polleies imued during that year to be
paid, as the annual premiums on said Policies are re
oki ved. OFF [CERN.
"Rnaident—Alexander Whit l,b n.
Secretary and Trecumnr—John S. Wilson.
.4ctuarp--John C. Simi,
BOARD OF TRUSTEES.—Alexander Niatilldin, J.
illigur Thomson, George Nugent, lion. James Pollock,
Albert C. Roherte, P. B. Mingle, Samuel Work, William
J. lloniud, Hon. Joseph Allison, Samuel T. Bodine, John
Ailsonsu, Charles P. Hearlitt, Isaac linzlehurst.
Wm. G. REED, Chambersburg, Pa,, is the authorized
Agent of the Aineriean . Life Insurance and Trust Com
pany, and is always prepared to furnish pamphlets or any
znformation wanted, unit to take Insurances.
Dad. J. C. RICHAaus and \V. if. BOYLE, Iffedice Ex
REFERENCES—Hon. A. K..3l'Clure, Rev. S. J. Sic
eons. J. S. Nixon, Cluoiiberabtarg, anti Wm. M. Marshall,
Cie.llier of theHagerstown Bank.
Peroine desiring information or wishing- to insure will
ideate gall on. or by addresbing_tthe undersigned they will
ne waited on in any part of the Couhty or State.
marZt W. G. ItEED, Agent.
1829 CHARTER PERPETUAL...-
FRAN/CLINE/RR INSURANCE COM
PANY OF PHILADELPHIA. 4
:Oti January 1, 1865
11 . NSETTLED CLAMS.
LOSES PA U, SLNCE
INCOME FOR 1865
PERPETUAL AND TEMPORARY POLICIES ON
Charles E. Ranker Isaac Lee,
Tobias Wagner, Edward C. Dale.
Samuel Grant, Geo. Fates,
Jacob R. Smith, Alfred Fitler,
George W. Ricbards, Fran. W. Lewis, M. D.
CHARLES N. RANCHER,. President
EDWARD C. DALE, Vire President.
Jas. W. brAtiasrEtt, Seey pro. tem.
DAVID OAKS is the authorized Agent of the Com
pany in Chambersburg, who trill furnish ull information
necessary to applicants. . marM.tf.
1 - NSURANCE COMPANY OF NORTH
A. AMERICA. Incorporated 1794. Charter Perpetual.
CAPITAL $500,000. Office 232 Walnut Street, Phila
delphia. Thst prompt payment of Claims for Losses during
the perioslof nearly seventy years that the Company has
been in existence, entitles them to the confidence of the
This company will at.o insure against toes by WAR or
Persons wishing'g to insure will please call on or address
the undersigned. NV. G. REED, Agent, Chambersburg.
As Agent for this Company, I am prepared to Cancel
all Perpetual as well as Term policies covering property
de.troyed by the Rebels on the .30th of July, ref :wiling the
hill 'premium paid ou application at my office.
AV. G. REED, Agent.
IiErE.RENcEs—J. D. Grier, J. Allison Eyster,
Major J. C. Austin. Col. A. E. M'Clure. febd
AGENT.--31r. JOHN GROVE, of
Chambersbarg. is the General Agent of the Frank
lin Comity Mutual histunnee Company. june7)
MASON & HA AILIN'S
MELODEONS were introduced some twenty years
since, and were succeeded by the HARMONIUMS about
vine years ego. The CABINET ORGAN w 4.8 brought
tTea.o its present state of perfection only in the Jammer of
TB ' AUTOMATIC BELLOWS SWELL
has great advantage, over any other invention of the kind,
is capable of muchfiner effects than can be produced by
any other, and is mare easily used by tie patfurmer, and
excels especially in capacity .kr apresslon.
Please notice advance in prices.
CABINET ORGANB.—SINGLE REED.
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, Single Reed, in Walnut or
Oak Case 130
No. 18. The Same, in elegant Rosewood Ca5e...... 160,
No. 19. Font Octave, Double Reed, in Walnut or
Oak Case 140
No. XI. The Same, in elegant Rosewood Case 165
No. SL Five Octave, Double Reed, in Walnut or
Oak Case. 170
No. W.: The Same, in elegant Rosewood Case. 20
No.. "4 The Same, in Solid Carved Walnut or
Oak, with Walnut Carvings. 200
,No 14. Six Stop Cabinet Organ, in Walnut or
Lak Case. 300
NI 13. The Same, in elegant Rosewood Case. 360
EIGHT STOP, •
No. 12. Eight Stop Cabinet Organ, in Walnut or
Oak Case. '425
No. 11. The Same, in elegant Rosewood Case. 500
No. 24. The Same, In Solid Carved Walnut. 500
No. 10. Pedal BUS Cabinet Organ, in Walnut or
Oak Case. 600
Dam of tetra finish an Sand, or made to order.
No. 5. Five Octave, Piano Style, Rosewood Case...slso
No. 6. The Same . Portable, Rosesm,d C ase . 110
No. 7. The Sam% Portable :Walnut Case 95
~No. 9. Four Octave, Portable, Rosewood Ca5e...... 75
GT' Descriptive pamphlets furnished by the subscri.
As Agents for Messes. Mason & Hamlin we are enabled
to sell rather New York prices, and charge nothing for
We ha4e sold a number' of their instruments, and can
give numerous satisfactory references.'
S. S. SHRYOCK, /gent,
K N A , B E & C 0 ' 8
GRAND AND SQUARE PIANOS
Which for Power and sweetness of tone, easy and agree
able touch, and beauty of finish, have been by the best of
judges, pronounced " unrivalled." ,
All of thalr large 7 octave Pianos am constructed after
their new improved overstrang Grand Scale, with all We
SeoondHand Pianos at great Bargains, afprices rang
ing from $5O to 250, As Agent for Raabe & Co., lam en
abled IDA'S at their Baltimore prices. For further par
ticulars apply to C. HUNTING, Agent,
STEniWAY & £40.58 have received upwards of
THIRTY FIRST PREbIIUM.,
gold and 'silver medals, in Washington, New York, Cin
.cinnati, St. Lords. Chicago, Detroit and other cities.
1 AT THE WOULD's PAM'
held in LONDON, 1862, at which .`2iio Pianos were on Ex
hibition from all parte of the world, the FIRST PRIZE MliD
f tl. was awarded to STELCIVAT d SONd, forpowerful, clear,
`briNwat and sympathetic 1011 f, with eizellence of workman
For farther partienlars apply to S. S. SERYOCK,
Agent for Steinway & Son's, Clatmhsriburg, Pa. jtilyl9
CHUNTING, TEACHER OF 'MU
• NC, takes great pleasure in announcing to the
citizens of ChambersburO, that he Is prepared to give in
struction :on the PIANO, MELODEON, or CABINET
OROAN,tand moat respeetflilly aolielte a liberal Share of
their patronage. Those not In ,he ponacolon of Pianoi
can obtaliOastmetlon at his home, and the cue of a Piauo
Residence of JOIR2 MULL, Queen slreet, near Second.
Terms.reasonable. ma -31-1
„„ E T AND s. R.ETAILI
The undersigned having purchased the entire Stork all
Fixtures of the Rope and Twine Manufactory of
Grey, deu'd,Tespectfally announces to her friends, anti the
former patrons of the establishment, that she will continue
to carry on the business, in all its carious branches, at
THE OLD STAND,
on p tax 4in street, Chambersbarg, where she will be pleas•
ed to receive the calls and orders 14 the public. All kinds,
slam and (ullities of
ROPES, CORDAGE, TWINES, &C.,
altraveltapt =band or made to older of the best material,
and fumbled at reasonable prices. In Connt,thle with th e
above business, she is also prepared to monafiteture
HAIR, HUSK; AND OTHER
as well as Horse Blankets and Fly tiers of superior qual
ity and style, Persons In want of s petior winder in the
above brie Ere requested to eat, Or Fend their orders, whieh
will be attended to promptly.
TOB kRINTING in every style done at
fna, conep Mfbs riaorkmonvoivelwT.
BrUP ant ( Mibitiriffi.
NEW DRUG STORE,
A LIVE DRUG STORE
ON SECOND STREET.
NIXON has liited up a beautiful Store next door to
lute stand. He is non- prepared to furnish the best of
MEDICINES in large or small quantitie4. "
Q. HORT PASTURE.—The cows will
begin to fail in their milk—use NIXON'S CATTLE
POWDER, rt sure thing for producing milk.
AND, ASHE S AND LIME, can be
ki removed from and the fare kept clean by purehanina'
Soap at NIXON'S.
NIXON HAS ALL THE FACILITIES,
as before the fire, for the proper preparing and dis.
pensing the hest a rticies in hi. liar. Stock always freak.
T ETURNING SOLDIERS.WILL
_LIU find at XIXON'S a certain care for Sand or Wel
A-SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF
Pocket Books. Brushes, Soapt. Perfumery - and arti
cles of fancy. at NIXON'S.
R D•YE S.—AR kirojA of the best
make eon be hadat
CHENCK'S SEA WEEDfTioNIC. AT
C6STAI.VS-, RAT EXTERM4ATOR
ENN EDI." S MEDICAL DI S COI E R Y.
It Lindsay's Blasi Searcher.
German Bitters, at
O. OZODONT - FOR THE TEETH, AT
BTJRNETT'S COCOAINE FQ R THE
HAIR' at SPANGLER'S.
SWAIBI'S PANACEA, AT
11 Wrigiitio Pills, ;.
A Y E 'S PILLS,
C. H. CRESSLER; onevessor to 31grazu & CRESS
LE L. has opened in his now room, on Second street, oppos
glib the Poet Office, where every effort Will be made to
sustain the popularity the old establishment had acquired,
A continuation of the liberal patronage 4 hick the thin re
ceived in respectfully solicited. A fair' stock of Drugs,
Chemicals, and Patent Medicines is new offered. Also a
desirable assortment of
and Panes. Articles in grout variety.
KM:fiat:NE LAMPS.—Every description of Hand
Lamps, Stand Lamps, Hanging Lampe and Side Lamps
suitable for Kitchen use, Parlor use, Store use and °face
THE BEET COAL, OIL IN THE MARKET.
Feubily-Dyes of all Colors. Everything in a Druggists
line of business.
OrPrescriptions rtceive" special attention, and are
compounded with care and skill. C. If. CRESSLER,
Second Street, opposite the Poet Offlee.
& W S. STENGER, ACFTOR
LI • NEI'S AT LAW.—W. S. Stesrunt, District At
torney and Agent for procuring Pensions, Bounty liftmety
Mid arrears ol pay
°thee in James Duttleld's ilwallotr. on the West side of
Second Street, between Queen and 11 ilshington Streets.
C `l TI'IIBAITGII
& GEn. ATTOItNEYS
A r LAW.--0111re opposite the Post 0111 re. will t o.
tend promptly to all business entrusted to their care.
P. S.—Anthorized Agents for the collection of Pensions,
13ounty, Doe k Pay and all other clohns4minst the goveM.
S EVERETT. Attorney at Law.
• Onlee on Market Street, orpo•ite the Court
House, formerly °erupted by Jer. Cook, Esq. All legal
boxine•se eutru,tett.fo his 1`.111 . . N. 11l receive. prompt atten
JOHN STEWART, ATTORNEY AT LAW
Office on &mod Street, a few doors South of the
Market Rouse. PENSIONS, BOUNTY and other elaires
promptly collected: [aug3l
yvH. HOCKENBERRY, ATTY. AT
• -Law. Ofliee opposite Court House, Cbnmbere-
burg. %Ames promptly attended to. , tune loam
J. NILL, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Of
. Ike tit his residence on Seeend street. cetlii
FrB 2 KENNEDY, ATTORNEY AT LAW
Ohre cit Market street. octßi
WANTED.—An active, energetic i:gi
ne., oorn to take the a g ency for this comity. of a
jfrst class Life Inanraure Company. Address.
i01y19.4t ' Ron ?.:".!4 P. 0 Phtlede lphle
MARY E GRAY,
.11: s 1 LL EL
WELL SELECTED STOCK
H F:3IIC A I.S
and all the best
West End -of Brown's Hold
Attornetio at tab).
AGRICULITRAL CHEMICAL CO.'S
The Fertilizers prepared by the - tigricultaral Chemical
Co., (a Company chartered by the Legislature of Pennsyl
vania with a capital of e 250,000.) have been proved in
prnetiee Jo be the cheapest, most prolltable and best, for
the ' , ruiner, Gardener and Frait.grower. of all conoentra-
ted manures now otTered in any market. Tke Company's
list embraces the folloiriog
This Fertilizer . is composed of night soil and the fertiliz•
ing elements of urine, combined chemically and mechani
cally with other valuable fertilizing agents and absorbents.
It is reduced to apulverulent condition; ready for
mediate use, and without loSs of its highly nitrogenous fen
Its universal applicability to all crops and soils, and its
durability and active qualities. ore well known to be all
that aariculturiqtc ran desire.
This Fertilizer is largely composed of animal matter,
such as meat, bone, fish, leather, hair and wool. together
with chemicals and inorganic fertilizers, which decompose
the mass, and retain the nitrogenous elements.
it is a Tery valuable fertilizer for-field crops generally,
and especially for potatoes, andtx 1 - en purposes.
Its excellent qualities, 'strength and chealinettit, have
made it very - popular with"all mbo have watt! it.
This hi,ttltly phosphatie fertilizer is purlicillurly tolupted
fur the cultivation of trees, fruits. lawns and flowers. It
will promote a very viworolui and healthy growth of wood
and fruit, and largely inerenee the quantity and pedal
the mat u rity of the fruit. For hothouse and household
plants and flowers. it Will he found au indispensable arti
cle to secure their greatest perl . oololl. It win prevent and
cure diseased conditons of the peach and arupe. and is
exeolleot for zrass'nml lawng.
It is ~ o rapoi.ed of much elemeats at wake it adapted to
the grow th of alt kind. of entp in all kin& of
The formula or method of combining. its constituent fer•
in4-redieril, have reeeis ell the highest approval of
eminent chemi , t , and scientific ogrieltittirk,
PHOSPHATE OF LIME
Thr Agrienlinral Ch carol Compauy manufacture a
Phm•pliate of Lime in accordance with a new and valuable
formula by which a miry superior article is produced, 50
us to be affiirilod at a less price than other mauufacturem
ehalye. Praetleal tests have proved that icy value, us a
fertilizer, e:qual to the beAt Pho,plutte of Lime in the
AB onlers of a 'rou or mum s ill lia.deliverrd at the
Railroad Stritiong and the Wham" of Shipment, free of
..artage. Cartage will be vital - troll on all orders of ti bar
One dollar per Ton allowance fur canner will be made
on all sales delivered at the Works of the Company, on
AGRICULTURAL CHEMICAL Co.'S WORKS
AVCANAL WHARF. ON THE DELAWARE
Office, 41A. Arch Si., Philadelphia. Pa:
R. B. ull l TGeneril Agent
The Compatfy's Painphlet Circular, embrneing full di
rer•tion% for irqing the alert e Fert !Hier, cent by mail, free
Etrtro, 'rum anti /Naito.
NIR'S ETE —I:LEGE:‘NDcicEIL.;TTRIS
4 PREVAILING ERROR CORRECTED.
The idea has become current, that Ryder has sold out
Ito numerics, in part from the circumstance of having sold
ut auction a }sullen of stock last spring, the site of which
were intended only to reduce the surplus stoek of some
beading items. and give alt an opportunity to see Mr them
selves. and all who were m attendance at the several aue•
bons well kn o ts that the stock on hand is very large and of
superior quality. Several pretending nurserymen, talk•
icing orders tprengh thin county have endeavored. to make
ilti. eh a bear open the community; than this .tublish.
Ms et is , old out and the business dueounnued. Suchand
sunder faiselessis have been indulged in by local um'
ton clog tree specolators for the peculiar benefit of them
nelves. The public are hereby informed that the business
is and will be connnuelf 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,
Plant or Grape 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 for
Trees' to fill the °niers of our customers.
We arc prepared to 114 l orders entire from our own
grounds and twenty per cent. cheaper, considering the
quality of the stock. than any ether establishment in the
county. Ali persons who wish to purehlise are invited to
call personally and examine stock. Early attention tothis
will be of vast interest to those interested, as we am show
a great variety of fruit through the fruit season. Fruit
for sale at the nurseries in large ur small quantities.
Post Mies. address, Loudon Franklin Co.,
B. L. 'RYDER, Proprietor.
West Franklin Nurseries, ou the London and Cove Gap
FRANKLIN NURSERY.—Desirous of
clearing part of mygTrtris, I offer for nale,
k S PLE TREES
These Trees are grafted with the best and most appro
ved varieties of Apples, and are grown on good sandy
loam. They have as abandance.of fine fibrous roc* and
can be removed without risk. They can be famished
from five feet to nine feet in beighth, with proportionately
heavy stalks. and are well worth the attention of persons
wishing to plant orehtals. I will sell them at from $lO to
814 per 100, according to size and quality of Tree, when
ordered in quantities of 100 and upwards.
PEAR, CHERRY and PEACH TREES fur fall plant
ing also on hand.
EYEIRIREEN and SHADE TREES In variety, with
a general assortment of SHRUBBERY.
GRAPES.-1 am prepared to receive and fill orders for
Grapes for fall planting, such as Concstrds (the best dark
now cultivated,) Diana, Rebecca, Delaware, T. Kalen,
and all the latest varieties offered.
A moderate charge to cover expenses for packing. All
grade delivered in Chambersburg or af the Rail Road
L-V -- Orders addressed to the undersigned will receive
prompt attention. J. HEYSER, Agent,
may3l-9m Franklin Nursery, Chamlxsrsburg Pa.
WEST FRANKLLN NURSERIES.—
TREES, PLANTS, VINES, &c.
The, subscriber would call the attention of all persons
mho hare not a full supply of Fruit on their premises, to
the large and well selected assortment of Fruit Trees,
Vines, &c., now offered for the fall trade. Our stock is
Nen. large and compriseiethe hest varieties known to po
mologiN. Our collection of Fruits of every class is by
foe that largest m the county and second to none in the
We invite all whit wish to purchase Trees Many extent,
to mine and see and leave their orders at the earliest pot;
sible opportunity. We gminiintee that ; no one nil' regret
the we are prepared to show more variety in the
fruit line than any similar establishment In the country.
Fruit ran be seen growing at any time through the fruit
semitiri: - Fruit for sale at the nursenes of all kinds in sell
son. - Address, B. L. HYDBIL. Proprietor.
Loudon, Fmnklin Co., Pa.
Kett Franklin Nurnerie.t. Im the Loudon and-Cove Gap
fIApE AND ORNAMENTAL TREES
LN-WARIETY.—Largo sized Shade Trees for street
pluming. Orders for those should be sent in enrly. They
an best be seen aid determined upon while the foliage
is upon Item. Dttne2S.3mi R. L. RYDER.
JACOBS"FOBACCO AND CIGAR
STORE —Timing re-built my Tobacco end Cigar
Store on South Main street, (comer of Washington &Main
streets.) twirsquares from the Diainoud, I would invite all
to call and examine my stock, CODSIMing of
Congress. all kinds, Cuvendibh,
Twist, all kinds, Rose Twist,
Flounder, Old Virginia,
Navy, Honey Dew,
lifieh , tgan Pine Cut, &0., &c.
Anderson Shorts , S./111ft%
Talisman, -that's Delight,
Plantation, Sunny Side, &e.
SNUF F 8 :
italilioeX -: • Scotch Coarse.
, SMOKING :
Large hand;', Big Nei,
Cut audit/Ty. ltani, Ulu, -
' I JOlllekßiVer. - Grant,
sep tll .1. A. JACOBS.
REMOVAL OF B U S H'S TOBACCO
AND SEfl AR STORE.—The undersigned has re•
moved his 'robancuund Segar Store to his new room. on'
SECOND STREET, next door to the Frandship Engtne
House, where be will keep on hand a complete stock of
TOBACCO AND SEGARS, suehas Natural Leaf, Minh.
igan and Smoking Tobacco. Pipes, flu:
franktiu ilepesitorp., = qambtroburg,_
CiELWICKS & BURKHART
Wholesale goods at City prices. Wholesale goods
at City prices.
GELWICKS Az: BURKHART
Keep the largest a.sortairmt iri town. Keep the
largest assortment is lowa.
aELWICKS & BURKHART
k_A Hare an immense stock of ash, cheap, in whole, half,
quarter and eighth barrel F.
r_i_ELWICKS & BURKHART
Ail Offer 3000 sacks G. A. Salt, American, Liverpool
and patent sacks, wholesale and retail, Atless figures than
any other home in town. -
GELIVICKS & BURKHART
Keep a very line selection of Pickled'and Preserved
Fruits, Jellies, Pickles ready for the table. Spiced Oys
ters, Canned Peaches, Canned Corn, Canned Tomatoes.
choice Dried Reef, fine Sugar Cured Hams.
Offer fine Green and Black Teas, Chocolate pure
Spices, and baking articles. prime Cheese, large assort
ment of Fresh Crakes" and Cakes.
aELWICKS & BURKHART
V.II Sell all grade, of STrups, 3folaases, Coffees. Sugars
mot Rice. wholesale anti Retail.
ELIVICKS & BURKHART
Haves very lame smortment of Qneensware, Stone
ware, T0n11,1,-. Bra,bes, Brooms, Baskets, Cords and.
aELWICKS & BURKHART
Keep n ery heavy stock of all kinds and grades Of
TaLama. and friars and wit low, wholesale and retail.
'RS LOOK TO YOUR INTER-
F EST. Go to GELWICKS & BURKHART'S for
Salt, Fishand Grorefiem.
VA Manufacture all kinds of Candy and Confectionery,
sell all kinds of Fruits, Nuts. Oranges, Lemons, Figs,
Prunes. Almonds. Raisin", to,, wholesale and retail.
VELWICKS & BUR KHART I'S
Na. le - the plane to go - for the largest and mostvarled
astiottmont of Store Goods in town. and at reasonable
ELIV ICKS & BURKHART
‘3l Sell Si.rtn. Coal. Whale, Labrienting and Kern.
AC'I'S! FACTS!! FACTS!!!
E. D. REID
having just returned from the Eastern cities,
is now opening a large and general
City Cured Hams and Dried Beef,
PTII. No. 1 and 2 Shore Mackerel,
'in barrels, halt-barrels, quarters and kits.
'Havre-de-Grace. Smoked and Salt Herring,
nekled Shad (without bones).
Canned Fruits and Jellies,
Bananas, Pine Apples,
Raisins and Nuts,
And last, but not least, the largest and
best assortment of
GLASS AND QUEENSWARE
out of the city of Philadelphia.
of all the Improved patent patterns. Also,
CORX•SEALED GLASS AND' STONE JARS,
besides one thousand five hundred articles
not abcive named, and all of
which wilLbe sold at a small advance, at the Family
Grocery on the Soutk•east corner of Main and
WasAington streets. Chamberaburg.
Cask paid for Country Produce.
june2l , E. D. REID.
MARKET HOUSE.—The undersigned
respectfully inform their numerous customers and,
the public generally that they have re-opened their Gro
cery Store in 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 In
every• variety of FAMILY GROCERIES, consisting of
Ham, Syrups, Salt, Mackerel, Coffee, Sugars, Teas, To
baccos, Brushes, Brooms, Buckets, Cords, Twines, Glass
ware, Queeosware and everything heretofore kept at their
former place of business. They will always keep a suffi
cient stock on hand to be enabled to meet the demands of
the community. COUNTRY PRODUCE taken in ex
change for goods at cash market prices. Don't forget the
place, (Market House.) three doors from the corner, on
Queen Street. [aug3l] HUBER d•. LEMASTER.
SPRECHER'S GROCERY STORE.-
The undersigned has the largest 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 stoat is large and complete,
rVi , Highest pricespaid for COUNTRY PRODUCE in
exchange for goods. [aug3l J CYRUS SPRECHER.
CT. HOLLOWAY, WHOLESALE
. GROCER AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
5J5 MAILKF.T STREET, (North side, above Fifth, street)
IF YOU WANT GOOD GOODS AT
the hArest prices, call at the Family Grocery of E. D.
REID, opposite Dr. Sues.serutre.
rMPORTE R S
WINES AND LIQUORS
LAUMAN, SALLADE & CO.,
NO. 128 SOUTH NINTH STREET.,
Balrtelt Chestnut anti Ifianut Stems, Phitsdelphia
GEo. M. LAIMIAN, •
A. M. SALLADE,
J. D. TUTTING,
RIVESE, GARDRAT & CO.'S
SUPERIOR COGNAC BRANDY,
VINTAGE OF le*
Each bottle sealed with men wax with the initials of the
SUPERIOR OLD MADEIRA WINE
FINE SHERRY, CLARET AND
AND AN ARBARTIIIINT OP
FINE BRANDS OF CHAMPAGNE.
OSBORNE & CO.'S
VEST FINE AND DELICATE
OLD PORT WINE,
Each bottletwaled with yellnw wax with the initials of the
LAUMAN, BALLADE & CO.,
No. 128 South Ninth Street, PM/ode/Ala.
OLD RYE WHISKEY,
OLD WHEAT WHISKEY,
LAUMAN, , . BALLADE & CO.,
1 No. IN South Ninth Sind, PAI/adeipAia.
LAUMAN,'SALLADE & CO
Line 0 of label.
WINTER TIME TABLE. FIVE TRIMS DAILY
to and from Pliladelphia and Pittsburg. On and after
Monday, October 31ort, 1864, the Passenger Trains ofthe
Pennsylvania Railroa i Company willdepart from Harris
burg and arrive at PUladelphia and Pittsburg as follows:
THROUGH EXPRESS TRAD leaves Harrisburg dal.
ly a. 2.45 A. M., and arrives at West Philadelphia at 6.55
PAST LINE leaves Harrisburg daily (except Monday)
at ROO A. It., and arrives at West Philadelphia at 12.40
P. M. Passengers take breakfast at Lancaster.
MAIL TRAIN leaves Harrisburg daily (except Sun
day) at L. 30 P. x., and arrives at West Philadelphia at 5.-
35 P. 31.
PITTSBURG AND ERIE EXPRESS leaves Harris•
burg dab . / (except, Sundays) at 11.55 P. IL, and arrives at
West Philadelphia at 4.al A. at.
HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, leaves
Harrisburg dally,(except Sunday) at 4.00 P. IL, and ar
rives at West Philadelphia at 9.30 P. IL TAis train das no
connection from the West
COLUMBIA ACCOMMODATION TRAIN leaves Har
risburg daily (except Sunday)irat 7 A. M., andarrives at
. 1 4 ancaster at 9.15 A. ht.: conieeting (except on Monday)'
ifh the Fast Line east.
PITTSBURG AND ERIE EXPRESS 'ewes Harris.
burg daily (except Sunday) at 12.35 A. 31., Altoona 6.50
A. M., take breakfast, and arrive at Pittsburg at 12.40 P.M.
BALTIMORE EXPRESS TRALN leaves Harrisburg
daily (except Monday) at 2.25 A. M.: Altoona 5.15 A. 11.,
take breakfast, and arrives at Pittsburg-at 1.40 P. 31:
THROUGH EXPRESS leaves Harrisburg daily at 3..
25 A. m., Altoona at 8.15 A. If., take breakfast and arrives
at Pittsburg. at 2.40 P. M.
- FAST LINE leaves Hamsburg (except Sandiy)
at 4.00 P. 31.: Altoona at 9.10 P. 31.. take sapper, and Or
ris es at Pittsburg at 2.00 A. M.
MAIL TRAIN leaves Harrisburg daily (except Sun.
day) at 1.40 P. It.: Altoona at 7.55 P. 31., take supper, and
arrives at Pittsburg at 1.30 P. M.
MOUNT JOY , ACCOMMODATI N west leaves Lan
caster at 11.20 A. it., connecting there with the Mail west;
leaves Mount Joy at 11.51 A. IL, and arrives at Harrisburg
at 1.00 P. 31. d i, •
THE HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION TRAIN
from Pittsburg, which arrives at Harrisburg at &30 P. 3L,
slops there, passengers for East of Harrisburglayover na.
tit 11.55 P. 31. SAMUEL D. YOUNG,
nov9 . Sup't Middle Div. Penna. R. R.
NORTHERN CENTRAL RAILWAY
FA LL TIME TABLE.—Four Trains Daily to
and from Baltimore and Washington City. _
Connections made with trains on Pennsylvania Railroad,
to and from Pittsburg and. the West.
F 0 IT R TRAINS DAILY to and from the North and
West Branch Susquehanna. Elmira and all of Northern
'in and after Ifrfenday, Oct. 17th, 1E64. the Pas Sanger
Trains of the Northern Central Railway will arrive at and
depart from Harrisburg and Baltimore as follows
MAIL TRAIN leaves- Sunbury daily (except
--Sunday) 1.0:25 Aat.
" leaves Harrisburg 14'0 PaL
' • arrives at Baltimore 5:40 Pat.
EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Sunbury daily (ea-
cept Sunday) - 11:45 Y. 31.
leaves Harrisburg (except
- Monday) 2:50 A.M.
" arrives at Baltimore 7:00 A.M.
HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION leaves
SUNBURY ACCOMMODATION leaves Sun
bury daily (ex. Sunday)... 7:30 A.H.
PHILADELPHIA EXPRESS TRAIN leaves
Sunbury daily (ex. Sunday) !I:05 P.M.
MAIL TRAIN leaves Baltimbre daily , (except
Sunday) 9:W A.M.
leaves Harrisburg 1,35 P.M.
arrives at Sunbury 4:05 P.M.
EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Baltimore daily... 9:30
arrives at Harrisburg 1:50 A.B.
leaves Harrisburg daily (ex
• eept Monday) 3:15 A.M.
arrives at Sunbury .i. 53 A.M.
ERIE EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Baltimore
daily (except Sundays) at.. 7:30 P.N.
leaves Harrisburg daily (ex
cept Sundays) at 12:35 A.M.
arrives at Sunbury at. 3:25 A.M.
HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION leaves •
Baltimore daily(ex. Monday 3:00 P.M.
, arrives at Harrisburg at 7:50 P.M.
SUNBURY ACCOMMODATION leaves liar-
risburg daily (ex. Sunday). 9:00 P.M.
The Erie Express and Philadelphia Express are through'
tiains to and from Erie and all intermediate points. Mail
and Express trains run through to Elmira.
For further information apply at the Office, in Pennsyl.
raffia Railroad Depot.
ocffi6`64 J. N. DuBARRY, Gen. Supt.
13EULADELPHIA AND ERIE RAIL
ROAD.—This great lino traverses the Northern and
counties of Pennsylvania to the city of Erie, on
It has been leased by the Pennsylvania Railroad Com
pany, and is operated by them.
Its entire length was opened for passenger and freigh
business, October 17th, 1864.
TIME OF PASSENGER TRAINS AT -HARRISBURG
Lock Haven Accommodation
Look Hacen Accommodation
Passenger Cars run through on Mail Train, without
change both ways between 'Philadelphia and Erie, and
Baltimore and Erie.
Elegnnt Sleeping Cars on Mail Train both ways between
PrilUdeSplakt and Lock lirmon. and on ginnrn Enprno
Train both ways between Williainsport and Baltimore.
For Information respecting Passenger business apply at
Cornet 30th and Market Streets, Philadelphia.
And for Freight business of the Company's Agents
cS. B. KLIGSTON ,Jr., Cor. 13th and Market Sta., Phila.
J. W. REYNOLDS. Erio.
W.M. BROWN, Agekt H. C. R. R.. Baltimore, Md.
H. H. HOUSTON,
Gen. Freight Agent Philadelphia.
H. W. GWINNER,
Gen. Ticket Agent, Philadelphia.
JOS. D. POTTS,
Gen. Manager, Williamsport.
OUMBERLAND VALLEY & FRANK
LIN RAILROADS.—CHANGE OF HOURS.—
On and after Monday, October 31, 1864, Passenger Trains
will run daily, as follows, (3m:dap excepted):
FOR CHAMBERSBURG AID HARRISBURG:
Leave Hagerstown 7;00 2:45
Greencastle ~ 7:37 '3:35
I Arrive at , 8:17 , 3:3 0 .
Leave at. 8:30 12:55
Leave Shippensburg 9.00 1:23
Newvllle. 9:3° 2:06
" techauieeburg 7:00 10:42 3:16
Arrive at Harrisburg 7:30 11:15 3:45
FOR CHAMBERSBURG AND ILAGERSTOWN:
A.M. P.M. P.M.
Leave Harrisburg 8:05 1:40 4:15
" Mechanicsburg 8:47 2:20 4:50
" Carlisle 5.27 2:58 5:15
Newville 10:02 3:34
'" Shippensbarg , 10:33 ' 4:04
Arrive at Chambersburg 11:00 4:35
Leave Chambersburg 11:10 4:45
" Greencastle 11:65 5:35
Arrive at Hagertown 12:35 6:15
Making close connections at Harrisburg with trains for
Philadelphia, New York and Pittsburg, and with trains
for all points West.
The Train leaving Harrisburg at 4:15 P. M. runAnly as
far as Carlisle. ' 0. N. LULL. Supt.
R. R. Office, Cbamb'g, Oct. 31, 1864
Vats, ant Caps. ,:-N ot.
BOYS' LEGHORN & BRAID HATS
STYLES AND COLORS
TUAT DEFY COMPETITION,
N STYLE OF HATS
THE PATENT RESORT HAT,
MOST COMFORTABLE RAT WORN,
STRAW GOODS ! STRAW GOODS ! !
Los received another large lot of
I STRAW HATS,
which he Is selling et
GREATLY REDUCED PRICER
A 'SPLENDID ARTICLE OF
; MACKINAW HATS
COME TG THE MARKET HOUSE
HATS. CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES.
W. W. PAXTON has Just opened a tine assortment of
HATS, CAPS, BOOTS and SHOES, at his new Store in
the Market Rouse, where he can furnish all'articles in his
line, cheap for cash. Sams goods are gold at old prices.
A Sne assoldinent of CANES, UMBRELLAS, CAR
PET BAGS, - VALISES, &c., constantly on baud.
Call aud'examine our large stock of goods.
tepWl ' W. W. PAXTON.
jferivarbing aus e .
WUNDERLICH & NEAD „
FORIVARDLNO AM) COUHIg.SION MERCITANTA
North Second Street, opposite the Cumberland Vallty
Railroad Depot, Chambersburg, Pa.
Cars ran regularly to and froin Philadelphia and Balti
AGENTS,—Peacock, Zell Ss Hindman, No. KS Mar
ket St., Philadelphia.
- Lykena Valley, Broken Egg and _Nntt COAL, (clued
from then:linen). Wilkesbarre and Pine Grove FOUNDRY
COAL, LUMBER, SHINGLES, SALT, PLASTER and
Hancock CEMENT, kept eon annoy on hand. FLOUR,
GRAIN and PRODUCE of all kinds purehased at the
Repel, frt. , WUNDERLICH & MEAD
*tains anlf. gin:Mare.
IN P R I C E S!!
MILLER, HAMILTOZ,.I & CO.,
hare reduced the prices of their goods pet cent.
They w7l put on the best qtiatity TIN tOOFDIG.
Meiling the Tie, 6r.0.) for $lO per stpiare. If the OWIIPT
finds the, Tin they will pnt it on, soldered, for $2 CO per
People would do well to mill upon them before maktug
contracts or elsewhere.
Particular attention will be paid to SPOUTING, JOB,
BING, &e., at the cheapest rates,
LIGHTNING RODS, of best Galvanized Iron, put np
ctrongly and cheaply.
X, H. S.: CO, have a fine assormient of
all of which they offer at short profits.
Give them a call and see for yourselves. (may -10
COOK STOVES & - TIN WARE.—We
bave just received a new and complete assortment of
Cook Stoves, which we are selling at lowerprices than
can be bought in Philadelphia, and all stoves sold by us
are guaranteed to be good bakers and give satisfaction.
Also—A large lot of Tin Ware, which we are selling at
very low prices. Persons in, want of good Cook Stoves or
Tin Ware are invited to call and examin4 for themselves
at - ETTER & ETSTER'S,
Main St. opposlie Eyster & Bro's Store.
K:—W K EROSENE OIL AND LAMPSe
have just received a new assortment of Kerosene
Lamps, which we are selling at very low prices. Per
sons in 'Want of nice and good Kerosene Lamps will save
money by calling and examining our assortment Also.
all kinds of repairing Lamps done by
ETTER & - ESYTER,
Main St, opposite Eyster & Bm's Store.
HOUSE AND BARN SPOUTING.-
We are prepaind to do Spouting and Jobbing of all
]duds with neatness and dispatch, and warranted to give
satisfaction. Also--"LIGHTNING RODS" put up on
Rouses or Barns at short notice, by
ETTER lc- EYSTER,
maylo! Main St., opposite Eyster !fc. Bro's Store.
Marblantre Cuttern, &c.
A R WARE
HUBER 6 TOLBERT
nearly opposite their old place of business,
with an extensive stock of Hardware, Cutlery, Ste:',7
consisting in part of
Steel. 9 Tar,
Files, Blalar Powder,
Brushes, nd Stones,
Shovels, 1 Cedar Ware,
Rakes, Pocket Knives,
Spades, &c., &c.
Special attention is called • -
Builders and Contractors,•
as they are
prepared to furnish in any quantity'
everything In their line.
Call and examine our stock.
6:30 . 10:10 2:46
COACH AND 'SADDLERY
The subscriber respectfully informs his friend/and the
public, that he continues to carry on the abgre- business;
at his old stand, on Main Street, opposite thfi'German
farmed Church, CHAXBFASBURG, PA.
Having enlarged his business, Saddlers and Coach
makers will find in his Store Room a general 'assortment
of goods suited to their several requirements, such as
Fair and Country Hogskins,
- Patent Leather,
addle Trees and Girthing,
Gig Trees , Fat Plated, Tinn S ed and T Japanned ; Goat
' Hair, Straining Web and Worsted Rain
Web, lower than Cotton :
Hamm, Bits and Stirrups, Plated, Tinned and Japanned
Coach Handles, new styles; Curtain Frames; Hnb Bands;
Bridle Fronts Roseates, Swivels and Orn a ments; Iron
Plated and W ood Gig Hamm.
BUCKLES—BRASS, SILVER AND JAPANNED,
all Styles and Patterns ; Ivory and Wooden Martingale
Rings, Stump Joints, and a variety of othergoods suitable
for the trade.
ALL KINDS OF PLATING, Sc., donemith neatness
and despoteb. [decl4) LEWIS WA3LPLER.
CHEAP HARD W ARE!
BRAND & FLACK
Had a-few goods under the pavement, which were not
burned. Such as Locks, Hinges, Screws and other Hard
ware. Besides, they have just received from New York
and Philadelphian very large lot of goods, purchased much
cheaper thanthey are generally sold. They having been
burned out, therefore we offer Iron, Nails, Hocks, Binges,
Screws, Bolts, Oils, Glass, Paint, &a., at the .owest figures
TO BtACRSMII I HS AND FARMERS!
We have on hand about 10 Tons Iron of different kinds,
which we will sell less than it can be bought in the city.
Also we have 100 kegs of Nails and Spikes, we offer at
from 6 to 10 dollars per keg.
' Knives and Forks, Scissors, Razors, Pocket Knives,
Spoons, &c., just received from New York which We offer
CARRIAGE MAKERS' GOODS
Saddlers' Fin '
at H t
AND & FLACK'S.
SHOVELS. FORKS AND SPADES AT
25 cents each and many other articles which was in
the the, which can be made as good as new •
at BRAND & FLACK'S.
CEDAR WARE:---Call at the Store in
the Alley. BRAND &FLACK.
Eirt) intlf fang IFMato.
R E 3i
_0 V A
hare removed their Dry Good Store to the stand occupied
by them previous to the fire, on the
• Corner of Main and Queen Streets,
and are in receipt of a large lot of Goods, Itotight at reduc
ed prices, at the late New York Auctions, to which they
invite the attention of the public.
To persons in want of Dry Goods weeny now la the time
To the ladies we offer a large assortment of Dress
Black and Fancy Bilks,
Fancy, Defines, am
We have a good assortment of Carpets, Matting, Oi
Cloths, which we will sell low.
rp. Call soon and get bargains, at
WE. WALLACE & CO'S.
CARRIAGE MANU ACTORY.—The
undstidgned would respect:rutty inform the public that
be has resumed the Carriage making bminese at the old
stand of Peiffer &Foltz, on the corner of Market and Sec
ond Streets, where be ispme, to make to order any
kind of CARRIAGES desire Re will also keep on hand
and for sale all kinds of veldelei, such as BAROUCBES,
CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, kr.
He will also give particular attention to repairing Vehi:
cies and as be has none but the best of workmen In his
employment he feels assured that his work will give sat
His prices will be found to be as low if not lower than
at an shop.
Y.—He keeps on band a stock of good saddle
and driving Horses and Carriages of . ..different kinds Tor
biro at reasonable rates.
meth P. HENRY PEIPPER.
AND ENAMELED WARE,
ICE CREAM FREEZERS,
WATER COOLERS, &C.,
Have opened their store
on Main street,
WM. WALLACE & CO
August .9, 1865.
'oots ant „Station).
THE OLD 110'0K STAND --
S. S. SHRYOCK,
Has been removed to the new banding opposite the por,
°rpm, where a full assortment of _
spuoor. , AND masCELLANEOUSBOOKS__,
STATIONERY, - PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS, mru.
- Can be had at exceedicely.Low Prioes.
WALL PAPER and WINDOW SHADES,I.B
and new stook.
Fairchild's Celebrated Gold Pens, ftilly warnmted.
Orders taken for goods, which will be Expressed in the
shortest possible time.
The New York and Philadelphia Papers received daily
for which weekly subsicripticits will be taken.
First Class Novels, Magazines and Periodicals receives
anjsoon as published.
'We ran sell Photograph Albums cheaper ban they cat
be had elsewhere.
Music sent free of portage to any part of the county.
- Gilt Frames, Worsteds and Fancy Goods constantly on.
Onr arrangements are such that we can supply any or.
dens satisfactorily and with dispatch.
Mu.• SfinVomc, is now located in New York, which
enables us to undertake the most complex commissions.
Old Boob of particular editions, dates or style, hunted
up at a reasonable commission. [writ.]
WROUGHT AND CHILLED, IRON
FIRE AND BURGLAR-PROOF SAFES.
VAULT DOORS, AND LOCKS.
Every safe of this manufacture is from one Inch te e pee
inches thick (according to size,) of solid iron, chilled by
casting an to a network of Wrought iron bars, and is &up
trued by Mlles' Combination Lock, whichhaS no Bey nor
Bey hole, thus rendering it secure against burglars, sad
inside of this Iron wall is attached the best tlreproof tilling
known. The great thickness of iron in these safes renders,
them secure in a fire from being warped or drawn ont of
shape by heat, or from being crushed by the fall of walls
or timbers or its own fall. The Vault Doors are flinches_
thick and 2 inches thick of chilled and Wrought Iron and
are fastened by Lillles' celebrated Lock. Send for circu
lars or price lists to the subscriber, who is sole agent for --
central Pennsylvania. GEO. W. PARSONS,
marchtom 110 Market St., Harrisburg, Pa.'
IMPOR T A N T
IRON IN:THE BLOOD
It is well known to the medical profession that IRON
is tbo vital principle or Life Element of the blood. This
is derived cbietly irons the food we eat; but if the food is
not proper?) digested, or if, from any cause whatever, the
necessary quantity of iron is nottaken Into the circulation,
or becomes reduced, the whole system suffers. The bad
blood will irritate the heart, will clog up - the lungs, will
stupefy the brain, will obstruct the liver, and will send
its disease producing elements to all _parts of the system,
and every one will suffer in whatever organ may De pre•
disposed to disease. The great value of
IRON AS A MEDICINE
Is well known and acknowledged by all medical men.
The difficulty has been to obtain such preparation of It as
will enter the circulation and assimilate at once with the
blood. This point, says Dr, Hayes, Massacbrusetts Str;te
Chemist, has been attained] in the Permian Syrup, by .
combination in a way before unknown.
- THE pERUVIAN SYRUP
Eau PROTECTED a lution of the PROXIDE OF IRON,
A NEW DISCOVERY Di MEDICINE that strikes at
the Root of Disease by supplying the blood with - is Vital
Prinelpfes or Life Element , —lron.
THE PERUVIAN SYRUP'
Chres Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint, Dropsy . , Fever and
• Ague, Loss of Energy, Low Spirits.
T-HE PERUVIAN SYRUP
Daftetes strength, cigar, and new life into the system and
builds up an "Iron Constitution.
THE PERUVIAN SYRUP
Cures lierrous Affections, Female Complaints and all
diseases of the Kidneys mid Bladder. -
TUB PERUVIAN SYRUP
Is a SPECIFIC for all diseases originating in a BAD
STATE OF THE BLOOD, or accompanied by Debili
ty or a Lon- State of the System
Pamphlets containing certificates of cures and recom•
mendations from some of the most eminent Physichins„
Clergymen and others, will be sent FREE Many address:
JOHN E. WILLIAMS, Esq.,
President of the Metropolitan Bank, N. Y.
Rev. ABEL STEVENS,
Late Editor Christian Advocate & Journal.
Rev. P. CHURCH,
Editor New York Chronicle.
Rev. John Pierpont, Lewis Johnson, M. D.,
Rev. Warren Barton, Roswell Kinney, M. D., -
Rev. Arthur B. Fuller, S. K. Kendall, M. D.,
Rev. Gordon Robbins, W. R. Chisholm, M. D.„
Sylvanus Cobb, Francis Dana, M. D.,
Rev. T. Starr King, Jeremiah Stone, M. D.,
Rev. Ephraim Note, Jr., , Jose Antonio &ae; M.D.
Rev. Joseph H. Clinch; A. A. Mays, M. D.,
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Rev. P. C. Headley, J. R. Chilton, M. D.,
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Sold by all Druggists. Onlyl3-eow-ly
0 D I N E!
DR. R. ANDERS, & CO'S _
Chemistiand Physicians have long sought to dimolve
lodine, without a solvent, so it could be taken lain 'the
system in apace state; knowing full well that If this could'
be done, they would have an antidote for many diseases
After . fifteen years of scientific research and experiment,
thiirnost important diScovery was made by Dr. H. AN
DERS a German Chemist and Physician, and aniember of
the Medical Faculty of New York.
Contain only a fraction of the quantity of lodine there is
in this preparation, yet the virtue of the water Bette prin
cipally to thief element
Its eifect upon the syStem is indeed wonderful HER
EDITARY DISEASES, "born In the system," are erad
icated by its use. CHRONIC DISEASES, no matter of
how long standing, often yield to its subtle influence. As
similating at once with the Blood, it It fral fleS altd pluiSes
that vital fluid, eciding strength and vigor to allparts of
the body. The most wonderful success has followed its
use, in all forms'ofidisease originating in
A BAD SPATE OF THE BLOOD,
HEART, LIVER AND FEMALE Cotirtancrs,
KIDNEY DISEASES, FEVER AND AGM,
REECHATISSE. &., &c.,
It has effected remarkable cures.,
THE REV. Geo. STORRS, OF BROOKLYN
Editor of the Bible Examiner, publishes in that magazine
the remarkablenune of his son by the use of Dr. Anders'
lodine Water, after all other remedies had been tried in
vain. H e says : " Gratitude to God, and a sense of obli
gathm to 'Dr. Anders & Co., have made us insert the foi
"Dly only son, George F. Storrs, now thirty-seven years
old, has been afflicted for some dizzen years, more or less
with painful swellings and intianneations in varloWlparts
of his body; oftentimes, Seemingly, he was near to death;
then a respite for a season, but only for a return of the dis
ease with more violence. For the past three years helms
had an open sore on his breast, and latterly one near his
°oiler bone, with ulceration in his throat, that was rapidly
increasing so that dissolution . appeared inevitable. In
this condition be applied to DR. ANDERS & CO.' By the
use of the lodine Water the pleeratipu in his throat die ,
appeared in a short time. Continuing its use, in less than
two months he was apparently healed, and ha general
health much improved." Mr. Storrs has since fullyrecov
- 8 1 rimas,
This certificate IN FULL, and many others, with a that
lee on the nature and treks of lodine, trill be sent Fa= to
any person sending us their name.
Price 81.00 per bottle, or 6 for 85.00. 84 by Express
to all parts of the country.
DR. H. ANDERS & CO., rhYraialn 0414 Cbe
Ca Broadway, Now York.
Sold by Draggles generaTht 843 mat.
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