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10111_00LAMATION!- - -G.E.N.E.B.,4",
ELECTION.—Whereas, In and by an Act of the
General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Pe Dania
entitled An act. relating to the Elections of this Com.
monwealtb," passed the" 3d day of July, Anno Demist
1833„ it' ts trade the duty of the Sheriff of every county
-within the Commonfealth to give public notice of the
'General Elections, and in such notice to enntnerate-- _
' /at—The Officers to be elected.
.I'4—Designating the places at which the election la to
- • •
- I, SAMUEL BRANDT.Jfigh Sheriff of the goanty of
Franklin, do hereby Make known and give this:PUBI,IC
NOTICE to Me Electors of the County of Fraiitkliri, that
ONTHE fd TUESDAY OF OCTOBER NEXT, (befog
the lOth'day of the mortal,) a Genertft Election will be
held at the several Election Districts established by law
in said wonty, at which time they will vote by ballot for
the several officers, &c., hereinafter named: ,
One peroon for Auditor General of the State of penn
,person for Surveyor General of the State of Penn
One person for Senator to represent the Senatorial Dis
trict, composed of the counties of Adam's and Franklin.
Two persons for members of the Donee of Representa
tives of the general Assembly of Pennsylvania, to repre-
Fen t the counties of Franklin and Perry.
One 'person to fill the office of Sheriff of the county of
One per Son to fill the office of Treasurer of the county
of Fronklin.. '
One person to fill the office of District Attorney of the
county - of Franklin.
One person to fill the office of County Surveyor of the
county of Franklin.
• One person to fill the office of County Commisslcmer for
the county of Franklin.
One person to till the office of Director of the• Poor for
the county of Franklin.
Otte person to fill the office of Auditor for the county of
One person to fill the office of Coroner for the county of
The said EleCtiims trill be held throughout the County
- At the Court House in the Borough of Chambersbrag,
for the North Ward of said Borough, and part of Guilford
At the House of J. W. Taylor, for the South Ward of
At the Public House of John Gordon, at the West Point,
of Chambersburg for the township of Hamilton.
At the School House in Fayetteville, for parts of the
townships of Guilford and Green. •
At the public House of Christiah C. Polls, in Greerivil
lage, for pouf of Green township.
At the Western School House, In the town of St. Thom•
as, for the township of St. Thomas.
At the School House in the town of Fannettabtag, for
the township of bletaL
At the School House, in the town of Roxbury, for the
township of Dugan.-
At the House of John Harvey, for part of the township
At the School House, to the town of Concord, for part
of the township of Pannett, and.
At the new Stoue School House- Morrowstown dis
trict, for the other part of Fannett wnship.
At the Honio now occupied by se°. Anderson in the
village of Quincy, forthe township o ner.
At the'Western School House in Waynesboro, for the
township of Washington.
At the House of J G r- .. Wallach, in Greencastle, for An
trim and part of the townships of Peters and Montgomery.
'At the - School Howie, on the land Michael Coot in War
ren township, for the'township of Warren.
At the Strasburg School House, for the township of Let
At the !dense of James Mullen, In the town of Loudon,
for parlor the township of Peters.
' At the Log House on the farm of Jacob Elliot, for the
Welch Run District being part of Montgomery township.
At the House of Thomas McAfee, in Mememburg,-,for
Parts of the townships ofTeters-and Montgoinery.
At the Mount Itoek School House in Southampton town
ship for part of thetowmhip of Southampton.
At the Eastern School House in Orrstown, for the other
part of Southampton township.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN—"That every per
son excepting . Justices of the Peace, who shall hold any
take or appointment of profit or trust tinder the United
States or of this State, or a City or Incorporated District,
whether a commissioned officer or otherwise, who is or
shall be employed - tinder the Legislative, Executive or
Judiciary Department of this State, or of the United States,
or of any Incorporated District and also, Oust every mem
ber of Congreas and of the State Legislature, and of the
Select or Common Council of say City, or Commissioner
of any Incorporated District, is by law incapable of hold
ing or exercising at the time, the office or appointment of
Ju4e, Inspector .or Clerk of any election afthis Common
wealth, and that no Rldp. Inspectors or other- officer of
snekielection, - shall be eligible to be then voted for."
And the said Act of Assembly, entitled "An Act rein
ting to Elections of thli Commonwealth," passed July 3,
1e.39, further provides, as follows, to wit:
"That the Inspectors and Judges shall meet at the res
pective places appointed for bolding the elections in the
District in'which they may respectively belong, before
9 o'clock, on the morning of the 2d Tuesday of October,
and each of saitllnspectoni shall appoint one Clerk who
shall be a qualified voter of such District.
" In case the person who shall have received the second
highest number of votes -for Inspector shall not attend on
the day of election, then the person who shall have re
ceived the , second highest number of votes ft:Vie:lp at
the next preceeding election, shall act as Insqp,.. or in his
place. And in case the person who has received the high
est number of votes fur Inspector shall not attend, the per
son elected Judge shall appoint an Inspector in his place,
and in case the person elected Judge shall notattend, then
the Inspector who received the highest number of votes
shall appoint a Judge in his place ; and if any vacancy
shall continue in the board for the space of one hour after
the time fixed by law fur the opening of the election, the
qualified voters of the township, ward or district for which
such officer shall have been elected, present at the time of
election, shall elect one of their nnmberto fill the vacancy."
Particular attention is directed to the Act of Assembly
'passed the :Nth day of February, 1249, entitled "An Act
relative to voting at Elections in the Counties of Adams,
Dauphin, York, Loce,,,ter. Franklin, Cumberland, Brad
ford, Centre, Green and Erie," viz:
§l. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Repre
sentatives of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in Gen
eral Assembly met, and it is hereby enacted by theauth6r
ity of the same—that it shall be lawful for the qualified
%Men of the Cotratimt of Adams,Danyhin, Lancaster, York,
Franklin, Cumberland, Bradlonl, Centre, Green and Erie,
from and after t h e passage of this Act, to vote for all can
didates for the various offices to be filled at any election
on line slip or ticket: Provided, the office for which every
candidate is voted for shall be designated, as required by
the existing LINTS of the Commonwealth.
" § 2. That any fraud committed by any person voting
in the manner above prescribed, shall be punished rid sim
ilar frauds are directed to be punished by the existing laws
of the Commonwealth,"
For the tnformatton of the electors of Franklin county,
I publish the following, being the 4th section of the Act of
the General Assembly of the session of 1851, entitled, "An
Act to provide for the election of Judges of the several
Courts of this Commonwealth, and to regulate certain Jn
9. That the election for Judges shall be held and
.conducted in the several election Districts in the same
manner V on . respects as elections for Representatives are
oriball ducted, and bythe same Judges, Inspectors
and officers, and by the provisions of the Act of the Gen
eral Assembly, entitled "An Act relating to the electioos
of this Commonwealth, approved the 24 day of July, 1849,
and its several supplements and all other like laws as far
as the same shall be in force and applicable, shall be deem.
ed and taken to be the election of Judges:. Provided,
That the aforesaid electors shall vote for Judges of the
Supreme Court on a separate piece of paper, and for all
other Judges required to be learned in the law on another'
separate piece of paper.
It Ora be the duty of the several Assessors, respect
ively, to attend at the place of holding every General.
Special, or Township election, during the whole time said
election is kept open, for the purpose of giving Inforna
lion to the Inspectors and Judge, when called on, in rela
tion to:the - tight of any person assessed by them to vote at
such election, and on such other matters In relation to the
assessment of voters as the said Inspectors, or either of
them, shalt from time to time require.
"'NoPeram shall be permitted to vote at any election as
aforesaid.ihan a white freeman of the age of twenty-one
years ormolu, who shall - have resided In the State at least
one year, and In the election District where he offers to vote
at least ten days immediately proceeding such election, and
within two years have paid a State or County tax which
abaft have been assessedat leastten days before the election.
But a citlien of the United States, who haspreviously been
a qualified voter of any State, and removed therefrom and
returned, and who shall have resided in the election Dis
trict and paid taxes aforesaid shall be entitled'to vote after
Vesidinkin this State six months: Provided, That the white
free/rem, citizens of the United States, between the ages of
twenty-erne and twenty-two years, who have resided in the
election District ten days as aforesaid, shall be entitled to
vote, although they shall nothave paid taxes.
"so person shall be permitted to vote whose name's not
contained in the list of taxable inhabitants famished by the
Commissioners, unless, First, be produces areceipt for pay
meat, within two years of a State or County tax, assessed
agreeably to the Constitution, and give satisfactory evidence
either on his oath or affirmation or the oath or affirmation
of another, that he has paid such a tax, or in Winn to
Tr:educe such a receipt, shall make oath to the payment
thereof; or, Second, if be claim a right to vote by being art
elector between the ages of 21 and '2 2 years, shall depose
on oath or affirmation, that be has resided in the State at
least one year next before application, and make his suds
proof of residence in the Distract as is required by this Act,
and that he does verily believe, from the accounts gives
Lim, that he is of the age aforesaid, and give such other
evidence as is required by this Act, whereupon the trams
of the person so admitted to vote shall be inserted in
the alphabetical list, by the Inspector, and a note made
opposite thereto by writing the word "tax"' he shall
be admitted to vote by reason of having paid tax, or the
word "age" if he shall bo admitted to vote by reason of
age, aadin either ease the reason of such vote shall be
called oat to the Clerks, whip shall make the like note in the
list of votary kept by them.
"In all cases where the name of the person claiming to
vote Is not found on the list furnished by the Corrunission•
era or .Assestars, or his right to vote, whether found either
by verbal proclamation thereto, or by any a ritten thereon
or not,_hs oblected to by any qualified citizen, it shall be the
duty of the Inspectors to examine stair persons on - oath as
to qualifications, and if he claims to have resided within
the State one year or more, Iris oath shall be sufficient
proof thereof, but he shall make proof by at least one wit-
ness, who shall be a qnalified elector, that he has resided
within the district for more than ten days next immediately
preceding raid election, and shall also himself swear that
his bona tide residence, in pursuance of Lis tartlet calling,
is within the District, and that he did not remove into the
said District for the purpose of voting therein.
'Rem person qualified as aforesaid, and who shall
mo l e d u i proof, if reciniml. of his 'residence and paynerat
-of taxes, as dffiresaid, shall beadmitted tovote in the town.
shin, ward, or district in whirls he shall reside.
" If any person shall prevent or attempt to prevent an
;officer of the election under this act from holding such elee.
lion, or use or threaten any violence to any such officer', or
Am % tempt , i m p r op e rly interfere with him In the axe
cation of his duty, shall block or attempt to block up the
window or avenue to any window where the same ma y b e
holding, or shall use or metiers any intimidation, threats,
force or violence, with the design to influence unduly, or
overrate', arty elector, or to present him from voting, or to
retain tbefreedoei of choice, such personae convictive/stall
be fthed in any suns net exceeding five hundred dollars and
to be imprisoned for a timenot less than one or more than
twelve months, and If it shall bo shown to the court where
the trial of such offence shall be had. that the person so
offending W BB not a resident of the city, ward, district or
township where the said offence was committed. ant not
eutitled to vote therein, then on conviction lie shall bo sen
tenced t o pay a fine of not less than one hundred nor more
than one lbouSand dollars, and to be bnprisoned not less than
h vii mouths= more than two years.
-'" If any person or persons stall make . any bet-or wager
opal/the result of any electron within the Commonwealth,
or shall offer to make any sash bet or wager, or minted
advertisement, challenge or Invite any person or persons to
make such bet or wager, upon conviction thereof, beer they
shall forfeit three titnesthe amount so offered to bet.
"If any person nut by law qualified, shall fraudulently
Vote at an election in this Commonwealth, or being other
wise qualified stall vote out of his proper district, or if
any person knowin g the want of snobs queliffcation nball
aid of proems Each person to vote, theperson; on oonvie
tioa be fined in any turn not exceeding taro han
d:red and be Imprisoned for any term not exceeding three
"If any person shall vote at more than one election die.
trict, or otherwise frandently vote more than once on the
someday, or shall fraudulently fold and deliver to the In.
Spector two tickets together, with the intent illegallt tb
vote, or advise and procure smothers° tad), cet
stun, on conviction, be fined in evade not less than fifty
nor more than five hundred dollars, and be imprisoned not
less than three nor more than twelve months.
"If any person not qualified to vote in this Common.
,weal,thlnee.cahlY 4 e law, (exceptthe sons of qualified ,tit.
teem shalt appear at any place °refection for the purpose
of issuing tickets or of influencing the citizens qualified to
vote, he shall, on conviction, forfeit and pay any sum not
exceeding one hundred dollars for every such offence, and
be imprisoned for any term not exceeding twelve months."
Agreeably to the provisions of the sixty-first Booth= of
said act, " Every General and Special Election shall be
open between the hours or eight and ten in the forenoon
and shall continue open until seven o'clook in the evening,
qhen the polls shall be closed."
Pursuant to the provisions contained in the seventy
sixth section of the act first aforesaid, the judges of the
aforesaid districts shall respectively take charge of the
certificates of return of the election of peir respective dis
tricts, and produce them at a meeting or one Judge from
each district. at the Borough of Charabersinarg, on the
third day after the election, being, for the present year
ON FRIDAY, THE 13TH DAY OF OCTOBER NEXT,
then and there to do and perform the duties required by
low of said judges.
Also--That where a judge by sickness or unavoidable
accident, is unable to attend such a meeting of judges,
then the certificate or return aforesaid shall be taken charge
at by one of the Inspectors or Clerks of the election of laid
district, who shall do and netform the duties required of
said Judge unable to attend.
' Given under my hand and seal nt Chambersburg, this
30th day of August, 1865. •
SAMITEL BRANDT, Sheriff.
Sheriff's Office, Chamteg. ung3o.
Eirg anb „fang Goobo.
D R Y
ECKEL sr GILBERT,
=,- N-EW STORE,
Nearly Opposite to Greenawalt's Hotel,
ilayeStst opened with an entire new stock-of Dry• Gods
arid Notions of all kinds, which they have selected
with great care to adapt them to this market,
and which will be sold at the lowest
RATE'S. Their red includes
All grades of Calicos,
Lnpen's beat All•Woal d'Lainesi. plain and printed,
Brocade - Alpacas,
< Black Alpacas,
Silk Crape Plaids,
Fancy hnd Plain cold Armnres,
Shepherd Plaids, all styles,
Lapses beat French Merinos, all colors,
Mourning Goods`, all styles,
Plain and Printed - Flannels,
Gilbert's Opens Flannels, all colors,
White, Red, Grey and Yellow FlaunelS,
Ladies' Cloaking Clotlss, all kiuds,
Shirting Muskat , bleached and brown,
Sheeting Mullins, bleached and brown,
Fancy and Plain CasSifneres, French and American, .
Sattinetts, Tweeds, Jeans, Vestings, &c.,
Linen Table Cloths, Towels and
Napkins, in every• style,
Ladies' Corsets, all prices,
Ribbons, Laces, Rallies,
Pins, Needles, &c., &c.
ALSO, A GREAT VARIETY OF
BALMORAL AND HOOP SKIRTS
Remember, No Old Goods at ECKEL Giu3Egr's
Nesz Stoic Call and_ examine. amp°
R E,M 0 V- A L !
WM. WALLACE & CO.
have removed their Dry Good Store to the slamd occupied
by them previous to the tire, ,gri the-
Corner of Main and Quten, &Stets,
and are in receipt of a large tot of Goods, bought at reduc
ed prices, at the late New York Auctions, to which they
invite the attention of the public.
To persons in want of Dry Goods we say now Is the time
To the ladies we offer a large assortment of Dress
Black and Fancy Silks,
Plain and Fancy, Delanes, &c.
We have a good assortment of Carpets, Matting, Oil
Cloths, which we will sell low.
Ls 7" Call song and get bargains, at
june2d WE. WALLACE & CO'S. •
G 0 TO DECHERT'ti
BUT rmit HATS AND CAPS,
He will mil you a
Hare Serviceable and
Finer Looking Ilat
FOB LESS MONEY,
than can be bought elsewhere.
FRESH ARRIVAL—Now is the time
to buy your Fall and Winter Gads, and W. W.
PA XTON'S, in the Market Howe, is the place to get them
<Amp and good. A very fine assortment of
3lens' tine and coarse Boots, Balmorals and Gaiters,
Win' Glove Rid, Morocco and
Coarse Shoes and Gaiters,
- Misses' and Children? Shoes and Gaiters
of every style. Also
AGENB' AND .BOYS' RATS AND CAPS
at prices to suit all. Tito beet Honse.make of lints to be
bad. flue assortment of
Trunks, Carpet Bags;
Constantly on hand. Call and examine our stock before
purchasing. In the Ilarket Ilimse, on Second Arent.
F ALL STYLE
HATS AND CAPS
DECITERT has uat received the
FALL STYLE OF HATS,
which ha is
Selling Cheaper than the Cheapest
Call and get bargains
T HE -PATENT RESORT HAT
SHAPES AND COLORS,
at LOW PILICEIi, at
on Second Street, near the Washington Ilouse
MEN'S BOY'S AND CHILDREN'S
HATS of evety,tyle to be had cheap at
THE "SHERIDA*HESORTE HAT,
14 flier article, at PAXTON'S.
13ooto an)) *boo.
REMOVED.—The _undersigned has the
AA) pleasure of informing.his old customers and the pub
lir amorally, that he bar -removed his BOOT de SHOE
STORE to the New &kJ: Building of George Ludwig,
on Main Street, one door south of Greenawalt's Hotel,
where be is now opening the largest assortment of Beets
and Shoes ever brought to theconnty. His stock embra
ces every variety of Youths', Ladles' and Men's BOOTS
& SHOES, widen for style of finish, and durability of
wear, cannot be ourptissed In the county, and which will
be sold at prices to wilt the times. liavlng purchased THE
LATEST STYLE OF LASTS, he Is prepared to make
Custcrmer work. at abort notice, by the best wort - man in
the county. With a disposition to be obliging and ac.
commodatina, he hopes to merit a liberal share of pat.
ronage—without a desire its monopolize, no bis motto is,
to our common calamity, to live and let Eve,
CASHtion paid to all kin& of Repairing.
TERMS AND PRICES lINWORM, WITH
He has also on band, and for sale cheap, Trunks, Va-
Uses, Carpet Sacks, Linen and Paper Collars, Paper,
Envelopes, Ink-stunds, Steel Pont ,&e., &e.
maxN. 10 P. FELDMAN.
8.---All persons knowing themselves Indebted will
pima °lulu(' make Immediate settlement, that I ma be
enabled to meet my former liabilities In the City. y
GENTS' GLOP KID GAITER
with or without Bookies, at PAXTON'ti.
A FINE STOOK OF HEAVY 1300 TS
a m p And lintabl , . Iwo toewtvwt at PAITON'N.
Lines of •Zraini.
pEIT YL V ANL& RAILROAD
'NV TEM TABLE. FIVE TREYS DAILY
to and r . biLaclelphia and Pittsburg. On and after
Monday, ober 31st, 18E4, the Passenger Trains of the
Pennsylvania Railroai Cornpuay will depart from flares.
burg and arrive at Pt and Pittsburg as follows:
THROUGH RXPRR SS TRAIN leaves 'Harrisburg dai
ly at 2.45 A. M., and arrives at West Philadelphia at G. 55
FAST LINE leaves Harrisburg daily (except Monday)
at 8.00 A. M., and arrives at 'West Philadelphia at P 2.40
P. M. Passengers take breakfast at Lancaster.
MALL TRAIN leaves Harrisburg daily (except Sun
day) at L3O r. at., and arrives at West Ykladelphia at 5.
PITTSBURG AND ERIE EXPRESS leaves Harris
burg daily (except Sundays) nt 11.55 P. 31., and arrives ut
West Philadelphia at 4.20 A. 31.
HARI3.I.I3I,TRG ACCOMMODATIQN TRAIN, leaves
Harrisburg daily (except Sunday) at 4.00 I% or., and ar
rives at West Philadelphia at 9.301'. St. This train has AO
connedion from the wee.
COLUMBIA ACCOMMODATION TRAIN leaves Har
risburg daily (except Sunday) at 7 A. M., and arrives at
Lancaster at 9.15 A. 31.: connecting (except on Monday)
with the Fast Line east.
PITTSBURG AND ERIE EXPRESS leaves Harris
burg daily (except Sunday) at 12.15 A. m., Altoona 6.50
A. at., take breakfast. and arrive at Pittsburg at 12.40e.51.
BALTIMORE EXPRESS TRAIN leave; Harrisburg
daily (eicept Monday) . at 223 A. 3t .: Altoona 6.15 A. SI,
take break - fast, and arrives at,Pittbburg at 1.40 P. 31.
THROUGH- EXPRESS leaves Harrisburg daily at 3.-
23 M., Altoona at 8.15 A. M., take breakfast toot arrives
at Pittsburg at 0.40 e. 31.
FAST LINE leaves Harrisburg - daily (except Sunday)
at 4.00 2. M.: Altoona at 9.10 P. m., take supper, and ac
tives at Pittsburg at 2.00 A. IL
MAIL TRAIN leaves 'Harrisburg daily (except Sun
day) at 140 P. 3L: Altoona at 7.53 P. 11., take supper, and
arrives at Pittsburg at 1.30 P. If.
MOUNT JOY ACCOMMODATION west leaves Lan
caster at 11.5'A. 3L, connecting there with the Stall west;
leaves Mount Joy at 11.51 A. IL, and arrives at Harrisburg
at LOU P. 11.
- 'THE HARRISBURG ACCO3L3IODATION TRAIN
from Pittsburg, which arrives at Harrisburg at 6.30 P. M.,
stops there, passengers for East of Harrisburg lay over un
til MSS P. M. SAMUEL D. YOUNG,
Sup't Middle Div. Penna. H. B.
NORTHERN CENTRAL RAILWAY
PALL TIME TABLE.—Four Trains Daily to
and from Baltimore and Washington City.
Connections made with trains on Pennsylvania Railroad,
to and from Pittsburg Mid the West.
FOUR TRAINS DAILY to and from the North and
West Branch Susquehanna, Elmira and all of Northern
.:nt and after Aroltag, Ont. Mk, .16134, the Passenger
Trains of the Northern Central Ratio ay will arrive at and
depart from liarrisbnrg and Baltimore as follows :
BOUT 111 v ARD.
MAIL TRAIN leaves Sunbury daily (except
leaves Harrlsburg 1:20 P.M.
' arrives at Baltimore 5:40 P.M.
EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Sunbury daily (ex
cept Sunday) .... 11:45 P.M.
" leaves II a r ri sburg (except
Monday) 2:50 A.M.
arrives at Baltimore 7:00 A.M.
HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION leaves
AtizzsußY ACCOMMODATION leavesSua•
bury daily (ex. Sunday)... -7:30 A.M.
PHILADELPHIA EXPRESS TRAIN leaves
Sunbury daily (ex. Sunday) 9:05 P.m.
NO It TIIW A It D.
MAIL TRAIN leaves Baltimore daily (except
Sunday) 14:10 A.M.
narris'imrg 1:35 P.M.
arrives at Sulibury 4.113 P.M.
EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Baltimore daily... 9:30 P.M.
arrives at Harrisburg 1:30 A.M.
leases Harrisburg doily (ex ,
cept nondavl 3.13
arrives at Sunbury 3.33 A.M.
ERIE EXPRESS TRAIN l wes Baltimore
daily (except Sundays) at. 7::10 P.M.
leaves .11arrisburv, daily (ex
eept Sundays) at 4.2:35 A.H.
" arylt es at Sunbury .n :tan .v...m.
HARmsBuRG AccommoDATioN low% e•
-saMaude ilaily(ex. Monday 3:0) P.M.
arrives at ilarlii.burg at. 7:50 P.M.
SUNBURY ACCO3IMODATION leaves Har
risburg daily (ex Sunday) 4 d)0
The Erie Express and Philadelphia Express are throng!'
trains to and from Erie and all,interinediate points. 'Mail
and Express trains run through to Elmira.
For further inforination apply at the °thee, its Pennsyl
vania Railroad Depot.
0et26•64 J. DI:BARRY, Gen. Supt.
_AND ERIE RAIL
-ROAD.—This great line iray,erse% the Northern and .
Northwest Counties of l'ena•ylvontri to the pity of Erie, on
It has been leased by the Penns Ivan:a Railroad Com
pany. and is operated by Thum
Its entire length es is opened for passenger .llll' freight
business. October 17th,
TIME OF PASSENGER TRAINS AT HARRISIWRG
Lock Haven Accounnodanon
. . -
Lock Haven Accommodation
I'assenger Cars run through on ',fail Tr in, withnut
change both ways between Philadelphia and Erin, suet
Baltimore and Erie.
'Eleeant Sleeping Cars nn Mull Train both war. between
Philadelphia and Lock Haven anal on Elmira Exprms
Train both wali. ti between Wilinumport and Baltimore.
For itti,lll.o.lollll,pecting Pdoseniter bu.ne. apple at
Corner 30th and starlet Rtreets
And for Freicht I.m.nims of the Company,.
S. R. , Jr. Con 1301 and .Start:et
J. W. REIN 01.1), Erie.
Wm. ItnowN, Agent N. C R. R., Ilalttge, ma.
H. H. 1101:NTO.Z,
Gen. Freight Agent, Philadelphia.
11. W. OWISNER,
Gen. Ticket Agent. Philadelphia.
'Jos. D. POTTS.
febP,G5 Gen. Manager. Willintn‘port. '
iItDIFIERLAND VAIIEY 6e- - PRANK
LTN R.VILROADS.—CIL-INGE OF HOLTS.—
On 111111aRer 3lmulay, October Yl, It?Gl, l'as.enger Trulus
will run daily, as 11,11011,, (Sumktys ex,, pt«4l) -
FOR CII.IMBERSBURG AND HARRISBURG :
" Carlisle 6:30 10:10 2:46
" Meehanionburg. 7:00 10.42 3:16
dVhlive .0 Harrisburg - .30 11:15 3:15
FOIL CIIAJIDEMSBURD AND I4AGEILSTOWN:
e..in 1;40 4:15
N:47 '2:20 4:50
Carlisle, +27 2:59- 5:15
" Nercrille . 10:02 - 3:34
Stiimensbarx 10:33. 4:04
Arrive at Chernbersbarg 11:00 4:35
Leave Chamberslsnrg 11:10 4:45
" Greencastle 11:55 51i
Arrive at Ilugerlown 12415 (15
Making close connections at Harrisluirg with trains for
Philadelphia, I , Zew York and Pittsburg, and with trains
for all points West.
The Train leaving Harrisburg at 4:1) P. M. runs only as
far as Carlisle. 0. N. LULL. Supt.
R. R. Odiee, Chum*, Oct. 31, 1844
A PRESENT FOR ALL t!
BONA FIDE GIFT DISTRIBUTION ! !
$lOO,OOO I SUBSTANTIAL PRESENTS
100,000 BONES STEEL PENS.
100,000 FREE GIFTS
Each purchaser, besides receiving9 , ftl3. value for his
money in Feint, to sure to receive , aNiicaluable gift worth
from a) cents to $5,1X10. The People's Pen Couipany, in
order to introduce their injector Steel Pens to the Public
In the shortest possible space of time, offer the following
splendid inducements. We will sell nt retail 100,000 bon
gs, earili ho; containing one giros and' n certificate enti.
tling the holder to one share as the lillotuoint of. the tot,
lowing desirable and substantial
LIST OF GIFTS
100 Acres of Land in Catturaugus county, New
York, in the vieinity of Petroleum Wells, $5,00
100 Acres Find and Hemlock Timber Land on
Lehigh River, Penneylvania. '1 000
'5 U. S. 2.10 Coupon Bonds, 0500 each. 2,51)0
10 " "
10 " " 50 " • 500
50 Ordei'o on a Yirst.class city house fora corn.
pieta suit of fashionable Clothing, 5100.. 5,000
50 Ladies' Rich Silk Dress l'atterw., 071 3,750
5 Chickering's or other good maker, Ilunnd
Corner 'locoweed Piaino--7 °mares-6500 2,500
50 Wheeler & WliSOU ' ll Double Stitch Sun Mg
Machines, 050 2,500
20 Gent's ('inc Goa./ Hunting Case Watches,
Ladles' " " " " " 0100 2,000
50 Gents' " Silver " 't " 4U 2,000
100 Ladies' " Gold Lockets, large 010, /,
100 " " " small .7, f J • 7 °°
1,000 Sets Fine Gold Jewelry, Breast Pins, and
Ear Rings, 815 15,000
1,000 Ladies' Fine Gold Finger Rings, 50 0,000
I,OOU Pairs Ladies' and Gents' Gold and Stone
Sleeve INttons , .
1,070 Bets Ludy and Gent's Gold Studs, $5....,. 5,000
1,000 Photographic Albums, 152 50 ......... . '2,500
10,000 Tickets or' Admission to llarnum's or Ilry
ant's, 30 coats., 1 000
15,000 Puclotges Assorted Stationary, 50 cents 7,5(x)
5,00 floc 13siersvuod Pipes, (our tarn importation.)
75 cents 3,750
10,000 Sets Pearl and Ivory Sleev6 'lotions, 20 Otzi :000
50m00 Sheets Fashionable Music, 30 cents, 11 000
4,525 Photopraphic Portraits of Pre,,klent Lincoln
and Tad, 50 cents, 0,1101
The allotment will be conducted In the most honorable
and upright manner. Every holder of a rertifieate 6111
receive a present worth from :to (*tits to $5,000, They
guarantee to distribute every article in the lint.
Our Pens are splendid speehnens of American industry,
'are finer goods than cue lie lionirht else, litre for the same
money, and will stand upon their merits, Peter. el. i 0
per gr., s , 114 pens, for either at the billowing kinds:
No. 1, The People's I'en Co. lhixinrex Pea.
No. 2. Popular Pen; sante as
Lady's Evtra Fine.
By mail, free, to tiny lithlre,s, OTI receipt of price.
can enter to parties of standing in this and otlu•t'cithw, fit
to honesty, responsibility, etc.. etc. The alliainent of gifts
will be public, mid all purchasers int 1641 h 3 be present.
Address THE PEOPLE'S - PEN COMPANY,
Business Halm 62 William street, Now York.
O. C. NEWHOUSE, At-glary.
These Pens are also on hand for exiiininatlon and Sale
at the nitre of this paper. _ Go.
lianktia itepositorp, 44ambersbutg,. 111.1,a.
Drugs anb jlartitineo.
NE WDRUG S-T ORE ,
HOW IS YOUR TOE—Got a gore Ciirn
bavo-you 4 No peace day or night. 'Pry a certain
thing once. You trill be ready to double the price in an
hour after using it. This article is only sold with a guar.
antee that it will gliM ease quick and remove a'Com or
Wart without pain. Prepared and sold only at NIXON'S.
IF Y 0 IT HAVE. THE REBEL ITCH,
.1 . Or the Seven-Year MO, . ,
Or any kind of Melt.
Tettenor Eit ' - rivorm.
Pimples ort,:t . r,ly Eruptions,
Use NIXON'S OINTMENT.
. IL-1S ALWAYS EXI)EAVOR-
El) to Mo.e the best of everythitiet for ilk
Ileucr lug laruo of tine Perfumery, 8,411 , 4 Ileir Oils
am] Twlet A rt;‘,lt
AMOST INSTANT RELIEF"--AF
roRDED to tho,e wino sutler with Corns, by call.
F - k E R S;,,STOCK OWNERS, AT
ENTlosi—tw Nizuv's farce and,Catile Powder
nod you wilkee the hupro‘ement very soon.
p, It A. N Y AND FOR/ ISIEDI
LINE —it xsill Le useli , o to apply for d:inking prix
rme: At NIXtONI3.
140 A. 11.
1 .11) 0. 11.
1;15 A. M.
ANEW BROOM SWEEPS CLEAN."
11—A new Hair Brush ought to clean well. If yQtt
want n good Hair Brush. go to MON'S.
113NNEDY'S 'MEDICAL DISCOVERY
leehtlt , Croup-Symp,
rultekt's Extract Euclid,
Ayere . Sarsaparilla.
Ayers' Lawny Pectoral, -
NVlnsltor' Soothitigt Syrup,
R O C K ROSE, AT
X./ at SPANGLEIrS.
7.00 2 44
CHAMOIS SKINS, AT
0 .. 2 '2:00
MERCHANT'S GARGLING OIL. AT
- VrCALISTER'S OINTMENT,
-LTI at a • SPANGLER'S.
PURE LIQUORS, AT
B, VET ANIICOSTAR'S RAT EXTER
MINATOR, of SPANGLER'S.
TOR, at SYARGLER'S.
CORY STARCH, FARINA AND CON
ceatratett Lye, at SPANGLER'S.
DRUGS! D - ItII.GS!!
C. H. CRESSLER, successor io HEYSER & CRESS
LER, has opened In Ida new room, oz 2 Second street, olive-,
site the Poet (Mee, where every effort will be made to
sustain the popularity the old establishment had acquired
A continuation of the liberal patronage which the firm re ,
ceived is respectfully solicited. A far stock of Drugs,
Chemicals, and Patent Medicines is new" offered. Also a
desirable tuisortment of
and Fanny Articles in great variety.
- KEROSENE LAMPS.—Every description of Hand
Lamps, Stand Lamps, Banging Lamps and Side Lumps
...limbic for Kitchen use, Parlor use, liters ate and Office
THE BEST COAL OIL IN TILE MARKET.
Family Dyes of all Colors. Everything Ina Druggists
line of business.
E_-'Prescriptions, receive special attention, and are
compeuntleit with core nod skill. C. H. CRESSLER,
Second Street, opposite the Povt Office.
J. C. miemAim,4, M. It. ...StoNTr;O3IEnT, 11, D.
RICIIARDS .3r, MONTGOMERY have
a...elated themselves In t hu' Practice 'of Medicine,
and have opened an aides in Dr. Iticlinnis' new brillding,
on Main Street, a few doors South of. t h e Diamond.
All persons Indebted to either of the above, will please
make early settlement or the same. irtagl2l4ll
DR.J. S, MAURER OFFERS HIS
services as a Physician and Surgeon to the cithens
of St. Thomas and vicinity. Promptness at all boars.
Residence opposite the Post Office. aprill9.6in
FIB. S. S. HUIIER offers his profess
ional services ns Physleinn and Stfrgeon to tbo citi
zens of fireenvillago and vicinity. angtitttbn
FoxwAindiw AND com-mlszioN IlEttettANl'B
North Second Street, opposite the Cumberland Volley
Italiniad Depot, Chambersharg,
Care run regularly to nod from Philadelphia mid Ilniti•
AGENTS,—Peacock, Zell & Hinelnan, No. 80$ 31ar•
ket St., Philadelphia.
Lykens 'Valley, Bmken Egg and Nutt COAL. iduect
( r'm. that es). Wiikestiarre and Pine Grove FOUNDRY
COAL, LUMBER, SHINGLES, SA LT,.PLAFITER and
Haneack CESIEN'F, kept eonstantly on hand. FLOUR,
GRAIN and PIIODUCE of all kinds purchnied at the
highest cash prices.
- B°o9, 63. WUNDERLICH d.NEAD.
p EMOVAL OF BTi S H' S TOBACCO
It! AND SEC AR STORE.—Thenndemigned line-re
moved his Tobacco and Sugar Store to his new room. on
SECOND STREET, nut door to the Friendship Engine
House, where he will keep on hand n eomplete,stoek of
TOBACCO AND SEGARS, sueb tut Natural Leaf,
igtu nod Smoking Tobacco, 'Pipes; &c.
nprils C. H. BUSH.
TOB PRINTING in evOy style done at
• the effete of the FRANKLIN RPTCHITORT
one door West -
WELL. SELECTED STOCK
and all the best
SOAPS, &2. i
West End of Brown's Hoed
C ARPENTERS MOBUILDERS!
The undersigned bat - snowmil band, at their
PLANEtiG AND FLOOREM MILL,
a large supply of Sash, Shutters,Doors and Blinds for sale,
or made to order.
Mouldings of all desmilitions, from half inch to 8 inches,
Plain and Ornamental Scroll Sawing neatly executed.
Also—Wood Turning in all its brunches. - Newel Posts,
Banisters, Bed Posts, Sio„ on hand. . •
A large supply of Dressed - Flooring for sale.
Also—Window and Door Frames on hand or made at
short notice. HAZELET, VERNON & CO.,
-febttf - Harrison Avenue, Chambernburg, Pa.
NOTICE TO FARMERS.
no TONE OF TIMOTHYf,HAY
Wanted by GF.o. A. DEITL.
SOO WALNUT LOGS
- Wanted by Gso. A. DSITZ.
WI ASH LOGS
iyanted by GEC). A. DEITZ.
100 LARGE CHERRY LOGS
Wanted by OE6. A. DETTL
WREAT, RYE, CORN, OATS,
and all kind" of Produce bOught by GEO. A. DEITZ, at
- his )yorehouse aboc'e . the Railroad Depot .•
STOVE AND LIKE COAL
for Gale cheap, by the ton or hall top.
OAS AND HICKORY WOOD
by the cord or half cord.
:OAK AND HICKORY WOOD, -
sawed and split for itove use, by, the ord or half cord.
WEN - DOW AND DOOR'SILLS,
Of Oak, Walnut and lino, altrant on hand.
WINDOW A - ND DOOR-FRAME STUFF,
and all kinds ofLUMBER, anch as Oats Pine Plank;
Oak,Walnnt,Plne and Hemlock Bands Flooringßoards,
Joists, Scantling, Shingles, Paling, Laths, 40.
BEST OF ROOFING SLATE
always on hand, and roofs put on by the bttst Slaters, who
have drawn medals for their superior workmanship.
CALL AT DEITZ'S WAREHOUSE,
above Elie Railroad Depot, and buy cheap: (dec2l
LEONARD EBER'T & SO-N,
COAL AND LUMBER. MERCIIANTS.
We have on hand all kinds of -Coal and Lumber, and
are Prepared to furnish Bill Lumber to order at short ,no.
tine, all at the most reasonable terms. Oar stock of Lum
ber ennoble of
White Pine 2 inch Plank, . .
" 1.4- ". Select Plank.
".." " II . r- . Plank.
-- " I select and Culling Boards,
' " i " Boards
" " i " Siding 6 kimh,)
- " " 'Best-River tilh les,
- "„ Worked Flori
, . Sub . -
- " • " Joist and Seantling, all sizes, - -
Ffemhick Joist and Scantling,
" - Boards,
. Yellow Pine Boards, Joist and Scantling, -
Palling and Plastering Laths.
We bare also always on hand a good supply. of all
kinds of Coal for stores and lime-bunung. Also a supe
rior article of Broadtop Coal for blacksmiths. The pule
lie are Invited to give its a call, as we will endeavor to
give satisfaction,to all that call.
Coal and Lumber famished on the cars toany station
on the Franklin Railroad.
Office on Second St, in the rear of the Jail Yard,
Chambersbarg, Pa. , ' LEO. EBERT & SON.
QTEA:II SAW MILL.---The undersign
-11 77 have erected and iu operation a Steam Saw Mill
at the South Mountain, near Gratferburg Springs, and are
prepared to saw to onler Bills, of WRITE OAK, PINE,
HEMLOCK or any kirid of timber desired, at the short
est notice and at low rates. One of the fum will be at the
'Motel of Sarni Greenawalt, in Chamberaburit, on Satur
day the PAth inst, and on each alternate Satatiday thereof
-ter for the purpose of contracting for the delivery of lum
ber. LUMBER DELIVERED at any point St-the Low-
EM' RAT EB. All letters shank' he addressed - to them at
Graffenbarg P. 0., Adams CO., Pa. - •
Small lots of Limber. Shingles, Sm., from our
teals -an be procured at any time at
W. E. EYSTER & SRO'S,
Market Street, MemberAbarg.
8 MALL, BENDER & CO:,
York and Goldeborough, Pa.,
AND MANI:PAM:REM OF
SASH, DOORS, SHUTTERS, MAIN - DS,
DOOR AND WINDOW FRAMES, 4i.,
Keep constantly on hand a well selected stock of seas.
°liable Lumber, viz:—Joist and Scantling, Weatherboard
ing, dressed Flooring, Siding, Laths, Shingles, Palings and
f_V' White Pine and Oak Bills, sacred to order at the
shortest notice. All communications should be addressed
to YORE, PA. isep2S-lAr 5
BUIL DING LIIMBER.—The under..
is preparest to sail- of Building imm.
her at the lorebt market price. - R. A. RENFRRW,
Guenswooo MILLS, Fayetteville P.O. decraLly
L .IIMBE R.—All kinds of Lumber for
-ILA Cale at reasonable rates at A. S. BONN'S Mill, near
Quiney, Pa. Julyl94 I
Crew, Yinc ant Vtantg.
E S T* FRANKLIN N MISERIES.-
LARGE AND CHOICE FRIIT TREES
APREVAILING ER.ROR CORRECTED.
The idea has become current, that Ryder has sold out
Lis nurseries, in part from the 'circumstance of Lasing sold
at nuetionit portion ofstuck last spring, the sale of which
went intended uniV to reams: the, surplus stock e f some
leading items, and give all au opportunity to see forthem
• sehes. anti ail who u ere in attendance at the seveml [WC.
tionS well know that the stock on hand is very large and of
superior quality. Several pretending niuserymen, solic
iting orders through this county have endeavored to make
this idea bear upon the community ; that this establish.
merit is sold out and the business discontinued. Suchard
similar falsehoods-have been hadulged in by local and
traveling tree spectilators for the peculiar benefit of them
selves. The public are hereby informed that the business
is and will be continued as heretofore, and all orders how.
over large or small, will be filled entire Item oar own
„grounds. We grow a full stock of every Fruit Tree,
Pleat, or Grape Vine described in our catalogue; and con
sequently are not dependent on other nurseries for a sn i p
ply, nor compelled to send off several hundred miles or
Trees to fill the orders of our customers.
We are prepared to till orders entire from our own
grounds and twenty per cent. cheaper, considering the
quahty of the stock,.than any other establishment in the
county. Ali perkons who wilt to purchase are incited to
cull personally mid examine stock. Early attention - to this
will be of vast interest to those interested, as we can show
a great variety of fruit through the fruit season. Fruit
for sale at the nurseries in large or suutil quantities.
Post Office address, Loudon l'ainklin Co. PennerD. L. RIDER, Proprietor.
West Franklin Nurseries, on the Loraine and Cove Gap
FRANKLIN NURSERY.—Desirous of
clearing part craw grounds, I offer for sale,
30,000 APPLE TREES.
These Trees are grafted with the best and most appro•
veil varieties of Apples, and are grown on good sandy
loam. They have an abundance of fine throats 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 Idant orclamls. I will sell them at from SlO to
$l4 per 100, according to size and quality of Tree, when
ordered in quantities of 100 and upwards.
PEAP,CIIEItIIy and PEACH TREES for fall plant
ing also ontiand.
EVERGAti-EN and SHADE TREES in variety,. with
aseneral assortment of SHRUBBERY.
'GRAPES.—I. am prepared to receive and fill orders for
Grapes for fall planting, such as Gpeords (the best dark
now cultivated) Diann, Rebecca, 'Celan-are, T. Rain,
and all the late.t varieties offered.
A moderate charge to cover expenses for packing. All
goods delivered in Claunhersburg or at the nail Read
Ortiers miclreveil to the undersigned- will receive
rusept fittentim. IiktYSER, Agent,
may3l-41a- Frani , Nur , WS, Charnbershurg Pa.
Tho subscriber would call the attention of all persons
who ha sis not a full eupply of Fruit on their premises, to
the large and well selected assortment of Fruit Trees,
Vmes, Ow., now offered fur the fall' trade. Out stock is
s cry large and comprises the beet varieties known to po
mologist& Our collection of Fruits of every class is by
Or the largest in the county and second to none in the
We invite all who wish to purchase Trees tow extent,-
to come and see and leave their orders at the earliest pos
Able opportunity. We guarantee that no one will regret
the visit, as we are prepared. to show more variety in the
fruit line than any similar establishment in the country.
Fruit can be seen growing at any time through the fruit
season. Frost for sale at the nurseries of all kinds in sea.
son. Address, B. L. RYDER, Proprietor.
Loudon. Franklin Co., Pa.
West Franklin Nurseries, on the Loudon and Cove Dap
QTRAWBERY PLANTS MAY BE
planted now and until the lot of Wtober. The ear.
her planting through August and beginning of Sepient •
ber, will bear good crepe nes-lemon.
We can supply good plants now of the following vatic
ties, all of %%bleb ate worthy of culthation:
At 50 eta per dozen; $l,OO per 100, $7 per 1000, Alba
ny Seedling. Austin Shaker, Bayme's Favorite, French's
Seedling, hooker, lowa, Triumph de Gaud, Trolopos'
Victoria, Vitomptesso, lierienrt de Theuy: The follow
ing at .81:50 per dozen; 50 plants $3,00; 100 plants s3,(x) :
New Jersey Scarlet, Ag - neniturist, Colonel I:l l sutotth,
litley's Goliath, Russell Prolille, Fillmore. The lot six
not ready before lot of September, most be ordered in
time to secure a supply. Address, B. L. RYDER,
West Franklin Nurseries, London, Franklin county Pa.
SHADE AND ORNAMENTAL TREES
IN VARIETY.—Large hiZtd Shade. Trees for street
planting. Orders Yoe those should he sent In early. They
eon best be coon and determined upon while the foliage
in upon them, I junetkii:inij IL L. 11YDh7lt
SOCIETY. The Pennsytrania State Ag - ricultural
Society will hold its Exhibition on Sinonbcr9.sth, 27th,
2FM and 2...qa. . 1 86,7, at W/LLIAMSPORT, Lycoming .
Any information desired by persona desiring to exhibit,
applications for preplium list or posters, or by members of
the Society: will Int given by the htfdersigned, or A.
BOYD TIAMILTQN, VreKitlent,
A. I.3IIOWER LONGAIKER. Nee'y,
,Stabes anti eittztaare.
"I"IGHTSMG RODS GALVANIZED.-
AA ETTER & EYSTER. mre palling up Lightning
Rodt , 44 Galvanized Iron (alt the mda lure twisted from the
top to the ground) which is far superior for durability and
protection than the common straight Black Iron Rods.—
The Gattanitcd rod being a more pepper cr:.nductor and
tomes cheaper. also Liege Rods repaired in pao . (l. style.
Call and examine the etalv med Rods before having any
of the black rods put up, ye Room on Main street.
GOOK STOVES AND TIN WARE.-
A l l Pat 4 =m 4 of Cook Stoves, Pnrtor and Wood Storrs
(for burning wood or coal) Tin, Sheet Iron, Copper and
Brass Ware of all kinds constantly on band and for,sale
cheap, at ETTER & EYSTER'S, Blain Street, oplasite
Eyster & Bros.' Store. •
KTE ° R s & E ET E S T O E I R L are sellin . Pve l ry bes S ; qu.ElTlity
of Kehler/le Oil and Lamps, also Lamp Shadef, of all pat
terns, Chimneys, Wieks; Burners. Lamps of all kinds
altered and repaired at short notice, at their Store Room
on Main Street.- • -
COPPER WORK .-ETTER & EYS
TER are prepared to make any size Copper Stills,
TrerMit, Pipes, - Brewers' Settles, in Met anything made of
Copper and at the very lowest Price. All kinds of Cop
p errepairing done.; and work all guaranteed.
ETTER & EYSTER .ARE PREPARED
to do sla kinds of GAS-FITTING. PLUMBING and
BELL HANGING at short notice and work guaranteed
to glee satisfaction.
TITTER & EYSTER ARE PREPARED
_IA to prat op IMATERS of alp kinds, with portable and
Brick Casing, COOKING RAGES of all kinds, with Hot
Water Tanks. and •• every convenience S•uu may want.—
Call, and see us before making any arrangements with
I N P R I C S!!
MILLER, HAMILTON CO.,
TO - WARP. .Sr, STOVE DEALERS,
Late reduced the prices of their goods 25 per cent
They will put on the best quality TIN ROOFING,
(fludjug the Tit, &c.) for $lO per square. If the ow•uer
finds the Tie they will put It on, soldered, for F.7l'. 00 per
People %mold do well to mil - upon them before making
contracts or purchases eliewhere
Particular attention will be paid to SPOUTING, JOB
131.761 G, &e„ at the cheapest rates.
LIGHTNING ItODS,`of best Cralvanizal lion, put up
strongly ani cheaply
H. iv. CO., lutve a flue assortment of
AND ENAMELED WARE,
ICE CREAM MEEZERS
WATER COOLERS, AC.,
all of which they offer at short profits.
Give Eaela a cull and see for yourselves. 1 1 =Y 30
FOR COMFOR T, CONVENIENCE
Economy and DtuathWty, we
THOMSON'S LONDON KITCHENER.
THE 117.5 T RANGE EVER D,TENTED, .
CHASE, SHARPE & THOMPSON,
No. 209 N. Second ST., Philculelphia.
Iron Fonndert, tina Manufacturers of Stoves, Heaters,
'flamed and Enamelled Waxes, &e., &e. [pug-Mt:an.
AMERICAN LIFE INSURANCE AND'
TRUST CO., Comer Fourth and Walnut Streets,
Philadelphia. Incorporated 1950. Charter Perpetual.
Authorized Capital, $500,000. Capital. elio WO.
' Philadelphia, res. 4. 1864,
The Trustees have this day declared a Dividend of
FIFTY PER CENT, en all premiums received upset MU
TUAL Putiuso during the year ending December list,
186.1, and in force at that date, thet.above amount to be
eredited to imid Policies,.and have also ordered the divi
dend of 1: 4 30 on Policies issued during that year to be
paid, as the annual premiums on said Politics are re
Secretary and Treasurer—John S. Wilson
Autuary—Tohn G. Simi.
BOARD OF TRUSTEES.—Alexander Whiildin, J.
Edgar Thomson, George Nugent, Ron. James Pollock,
Albert C. Roberts, P. B. - Mingle, Samuel Work, William
J. Howard, Hon. Joseph Albion, Samuel T. Botliae, John
Aikman; Charles B. Heaslitt, Isaac linzlehont.
W3l. G. REED, Cliambersburg, Pa., is the authorited
Agent of the A - meritan Life Insuranee and Trust Com.
pany, awl is always prepared to furnish pamphlets or any
information wanted, and to take Insurances.
Das. J. C. RicHARI* and W. H. BOTTLE, Mullen! Ex
REFERENCES—Hon. A. K. M'Clure, Sec. S. J. Bic
coils, J. S. Nixon, Chambersharg, and Wm. M. Marshall,
Cashier of the Hagerstown Bank.
Bernina desiring information or wishing to insure wilt
please call on, or by addressing the undersigned they will
be waited on in any part of the Couhty or State.
mares W. G. REED,' Agent.
la CHARTER PERPETUAL.
1 B EANKLIN FIRE INSURANCE COM
PANY OF PHILADELPHIA.
0n../anuary 1, 1865 $2,501,:197 04
lINSEITLED CLAIMS,I ISTO3LE Fog 1665
LOSES Pau) BmcBl6 9 85,124950
PERPETUAL AND TEMPORARY POLICIES ON
Charlet - N. Baneker, Isaac Lee,
Tobias Wagner, ‘, Edward C. Dale,
Samuel Grant, Geo. Fales,
Jacob R. Smith, , Alfred Filler,
George W. Richards, Pres. W. Lewis, .3f, D.
CHARLES N. BANCKER, president
EDWARD C. DALE, Vice President.
JAS. IV. APALLISTF.a, Seo'y pro. tern.
DAVID OARS is the authorized Agent of the, Com
pany in Chambersburg, who will furnish all , information
necessary to applicants. mrseM-1L -
TNStRANCE COMPANY OF NORTH
A, AMERICA. Incorporated 174. Charter PerpetnaL
CAPITAL $:110,000. 0113 re 232 Walnut Street, Phila
delphia. 'rhoprompt payment of Claims for Looses during
the period of nearly seventy years that the Company has
been in existence, entitles them to the confidence of the
This company will also. insure against /ass by WAR . or
Persona w,shing to insure will please call on or address
the undersigned. W. D. REED, Ageut, Cbamberoburg.
As Agent fur this Company, I am prepaTi to Cancel
all Perpetual as well as Term policies covering property
destroyed by the Rebels on the 30th of July, returning the
full rend= paid OD application at my °Mee.
W. G. REED, Agent
REVERFZICES—J. D. Grier, J. Allison Eyster, Esq.,
Major J. C. Austin, Col. A. R. M'Clure. febB
OUR AGENT.-Mr. JOHN GROVE, of
Chambersburg, Is the General Agent of the Frank.
11u truanty Mutual Insurance Company. June?)
WROUGHT AND crrrtLED IRON
FIRE AND BURGLAR-PROOF SAFES.
VAULT DOORS, AND LOCKS. -
Every safe of this manufacture is from one inch to ego
Inches thick (according to size,) of solid iron, chilled by
eaSting on to a network of If roug4.l iron bans, and Is Lis
tened by Combination Lock, which has no Key nor
Key hole, thus rendering it secure a ga inst burglars. and
Inside of this iron wall is attached thebest fire-proof filling
known. The great thickness of iron lathes° safes tenders
them secure in a fire from being warped or drawn out of
shape by heat, or from being crushed by the fall of walls
or timbers or its own fall. The Vault Doers ate 'a inches
thick and 2 bodies thick of - chilled and Wrought Iron and
are fastened by Lilies' celebrated Lock. Send for circu•
lays or price lists to the subscriber, who is sole agent for
Central Pennsylvania. GEO..W. PARSONS,
murehldim 110 Market St, Harrisburg.
1. Something new. Send (or a pamphlet.
ang' 2.6 Mi J. W. WESTON, 706 Broadway, :tiers York.
JPRINTING, in every style, done
at the (Mee alb° FRANKLIN IMPOSITORY.
September 13, 186.
Moots ant jetorirg.
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, &c
Hiving jest opened a well selected asseritnent of goods
in my line, directly
Opposite the Post Office, on Second Street,
where my old and I hope many new 'customers Will find
ine during business boars. My old stock having been re.
dared very suddenly on the :Ahh of July last, I nas com•
poled to buy nu
Entire .New Stock of Gauls,
which are of the latest styles and patterns, consisting of
Gold and Silver (Imported and American) . •
Gent's and Ladles' Watches,
Jewelry of the and medium qualities, -
Napkin Pap, -
• Fluit and Butter Knives,
Gold Pens crane - quality,
Razors, Strops and Brushes, -
Silver Plated Spoons, Forks find Butter Knive;
Nail and Tooth Brushes,
Redding and Pocket Contbs, -
,Xarge and Small Willow Baskehs,,
The assortment of CLOCKS is large and of every wt.
I have on hand the HENRY REPEATING RIFLE,
which can be Bred Risen - times in that many seconds.
Everybody shunkthave one for self defence.
'Ehe public are invited to call and examine them.
PISTOLS on Land and orders filled for any kind that
may be wanted. Cartridges of all sizes kept on hand.
Flom long experience I can adapt Spectacles to the sight
of the old m well us middle aged. SPECTACLES AND
EYE GLASSES in Gold, _Silver and Steel Frames al
Having the agency for the sale of the celebrated BUR
GLAR AND FIRE-PROOF SAFE, manufactured by
Farrell, Herring S. Co., I will 811 orders at the manufac
tures price.. infoyma hoe in regard to them given.-
The public are incited to ralL tnitiextonine the stock.
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry repaired at low rates to
suit the times.
G OLD f -SILVER & PLATED WARE.
F. G. DITMAN,
Second Greet, in If Hotel Bei/drag,
11a.s just retunied from the city with a large and cheap
meek of mods. to which he invites all to come mid exam
inediefore purchasing elsewhere. Nis stork cousin of
GOLD AND SILVER NVATCIIES,
of Abe. latest styles.
Cold and Silver Chains,
Eat and Finger Rings,
Sleeve Buttoun, Studs, etc.,
TaisO' and Tea Spoons, Forks, Napkin Rings, Butter
Knives, Castors. &c.
I have added to my stock a large assortment of
thirty hour and eight day CLOCKS, all of which will be
sold low. Goods warranted as represented.
/....3r Thankful to my many friends and customers fur
their liberal patronage, would most respectfully ask of
them a continuance of the same.
(succEssous To F. J. YOSEY,)
Would rem/enthilly info= their friends and the public
generally that they have just returned fromlhe cities with
a large stock of New and Beautiful floods,—cunsisting o
FINE COLD - AND SILVER WATCHES AND
JEWELRY OF EVERY DESCRIPTION . :
SILVER Intl PLATED WARE, SPOONS, FORKS,
LADLES, 'KNIVES and CASTORS ;—Scissors, Ponkfit
Knives, Razers, Razor-Strops,—Hair, Tooth, and NMI
Brushes,—Pocket Books, combs of every kind, Leather
Satchels, and Generaf Variety of FANCY QOM/B.
A 'Urge Assortment of SPECTACLES TO SUIT' ALL
EYES. " aug9-fm
ELI HOLDEN, INVITES THEAT
tention of every reader of this paper, iChich includes
many thousand of his old patrons and acquaintances, to
Iris unusually large ane beautiful variety of AMERICAN
& Imported wATenEs, CLOCKS, and elegant designs
of JEWELRY, SILVER WARE, &e.
708 Market Street, Philadelphia.
I 0 D. I N E !
DR. 11. ANDERS & CO'S
Chemists and Physicians bave long sought to dissolve
iodine, without a •..heat. no It t eunld b. taken ink. the
system in apart stale; knowing full wertthat if this could
be done, they would have an antidote for many diseases
nuw considered Incurable.
After fifteen years of scientific research and experiment,
this most important discovery was made by Dr. R, Ai•
DEIIB, a German Chemist and Physician, and arnember of
the2iledicaLFaculty of New York.
Contain may a fraction of the quantity of lodine there is
in this preparation, yet the virtue of the water is due prin
cipally to this element.
Its abet upon the system is indeed wonderful
EDITARY DISEASES, "born in the system," areemd
tented by it, me. CHRONIC DISEASES, no matter of
how long standing, often yield to its subtleintinenee. As
similating at once with the Blood, it ribtiites and porifirs
that vita! Hind eroding strength and rigor to ail parte of
the bodn. The most wonderful success lans followed its
use, in all forms of dise.toe originating in
A EAD STATE OF TILE BLOOD,
- CoNsUMITION, DYSPEPSIA,
lIEART, LIVER AND FEMALE COnet.sffl'in,
liug•Ey DISEASES, FEVER AND AGUE,
It has effected remarkable cures.
TOE REV.-GEO. STORIts, OF CROON:Mc,
Editor of the Bible Erne:incr., publishes in that magaaine
the remarkable cure of Ids Poo by the use of Dr. Anders'
lodine Water, alter all other remedies had been tried in
vald lie says: "Gratitude to God, and a sense of obli
gation to Dr. Anders & Co„ bare made us insert the lot.
My only son, George F. Storrs, now thirty-seven years
old, lids been afflicted for some dozen years, more or less
with painful swellings and inflammations in various parts
of his body; oftentimes, seemiugly, he was near to death:-
then a respite for a season, bat 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
collar bone, with ulceration in his throat, that was rapidly
increasing, so that dissolution appeared inevitable. In
this condition he applied to Da. AniERS & CO. By the
use of the lodine Water the ulceration in file throat dis
appeared to a short time. Continuing its use, in less than
two months he was apparently healed, and his general
health much improved." Mr. Storrs hatrainee fully recur•
This certificate Di FI'LL, and many others, with a treat
on the nature, and uses of lodine, will be sentFllkE to
any person striding us their name.
Price 31.00 per bottle, or 6 for es.oo-, Sent by Express
to all parts of the country.
DR. 17. AIWERS dr CO., Physicians and Chemists,
42S Broadway, New York.
Sold by Druggists generally ang`2-61nos.
& S. STENGER, ATTOR
• NETS AT LAW.—W. S. STEXGEB, District At
torney arid Agent for procuring Pensions, Bounty Money
and arrears of pay _
Office in James Duffield's dwelling, on the West side of
Second Street, between Queened Washington Streets.
TUMBAUGH & GUM Arromays:
AT LAW.—OtEce opposite the'POst Office. Will at
tend promptly to all bnsmess entrusted to their curs.
I'. S.—Authorised Agents for the collection of Pensions,
Bounty, Back Pay and all other claimsnguinst the govern
S EVERETT. Attorney -at Law.
Y • Office on klarket street, oppesite the Court
HouSe, formerly occupied by Jer. Cook, Esq.i All legal
btfainess.s entrusted to his care will receive prompt atten
TOWN STEWART, ATTORNEY AT LAW
CP Mare on Second Street, a fear doors South of the
Market House. PENSICESS, BOUNTY and other claims
promptly collected. [wrn
lar H. HOCKENBERRY, ATTY. AT
v • tam Office apposite Court Rouse; Chntabeta•
burg. 'liminess promptly attended to. junel4-3m
rrJ. PILL, ATToRNEr AT Los% Of
• Ace at his residence on Second street. octl9
B. KENNEDY, Arrow= AT LAW
I • Office 011 Marketa?net octl9
HOWELL & BOURKE,
PAPER 40 . ODIGS and
North East Corner i'ouirrn ANTi3Ltuszr Steel's,
N. B.—Always In Store; a largo Stock of
16 , 3 m LINEN and OIL SHADES
TO DYSPEPTICS.—Having-been Mille
ted fur a number of years with Dyspepsia, I was
advised to try DR. IV/SEART'S MEDICINE for that
disease. I derived great benefit and rerommonded it to
quite a number of my Mends and who were also much
beuefitted by It, and whys! testimonials can be had liner
mace been appointed by Dr. Wlsbartas Agent
fur the Sale aids Diedmine, wholesaleor retail.
W. G. REED,
itory office, Chambersbmg Pa
TFRUNES, VALISES, CARPET-BAGS.
_L CANES AND UMBRELLAS, of the beet mann
f.•rrfnre nt PAXTDVS.
F. G.. DITMAIi
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