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J1..... - ELECTION.Wheretes, innnd by an Act of the
General Atsembly of the Commotrwealthof Pennsylvania
entitled: "An - act relating to - the Elections of this Corn•
nttertrealthe,' passed th e 7.1 d day.of July. Anno Domini
1839,- it is made the duty Of the Sheaf/ of every onunlY
within the COMM crwealth to give public notice of the
GerteritElecthars, and in such notice to enumerate
- lst—The Officers to be elected.
4d—Donating the placesat which the electlen is to
beheld.- Therefore, -
I, SAMUEL BRANDT, High Sheriff of the Cm:req . of
Franklin; dole:ruby make known and give this PUBLIC
NOT/GE to the Electors of the County of Franklin, that
ON THE Ed TUESDAY OF OCTOBERNEXT, (being
the 10th day of the month,) a General Election will be
held at the several Election Districts otabliAhed by law
in wed county, at whiotrttme they will vote by ballot for
the several officers, &c.. hereinafter named
One person for Auditor .General of the State of Penn.
One n for Surveyor General of the State of Penn
One person for Senator t o r epresent the Senatorial Dis
composed of the counties of Adams end Franklin.
Two pawns for members of the House of Representa
tives of the general Assembly of Pennsylvania, to repro.
sent the ceurnties of Franklin and Perry.
Onaperson to fill the office of Sheriff of the county of
One person to fill the office of Treasurer of the county
One person to fill the office of District - Attomey of the
county of Franklin.
One person to fill th e oflite of County Surveyor of th e
county of Franklin
One person to fill the office of County Commijoner for
the meaty of Franklin.
One person to fill the office of Director of the Poor for
the county of Franklin.
One person to fill the office of Auditor for the county of
One pimiento fill the office of Coroner for the county of
The said Elections will be held throughout the County
- as follows_
At the Court House in the Borough of Chambersharg,
for the North Ward of said Borough, and part of Guilford
At the House of J. W. Taylor, for the'Sonth World
At thePnblio House of John Gordon, at the 'pest Point
of Cluimbersburg for the township of Hamilton.
Mate School House in Fayetteville, for parts of the
townshipit of Guilford and Green.
At the Public House of Christian C. Foltz, in Greenvil.
loge, for part of Green township.
At the Western School Honse, in thetown of St. Thom.
as, -for the township of St. Thomas.
At the School House in the town of Pannettsbrug, for
the township Of Metal. .
At the - School House, in the town of Itoxbury, for the
township of Lurgan.
At the Rouse of John Harvey, for part of the township
Mite Sehool House, in the town Of Concord, for part
of the township of Fanned, and,
At the new Stone School House in 3forrowstown dis
trict, for the other part of Fanuett township.
At the House now occupied by Geo. Anderson in the
village of - Quincy, forthetownship of Quincy.
At the Western School House in Waynesboro, for the
township of WasMngton.
At the House of G. Wallach, in Gmeoeastle, for An.
trim'and part of the townships of Peters and Montgomery.
Atthe School House, on the land Michael Cook in War
ren township, for the township of Warren.
At the Strasburg School House, for the township ofLet
At the House of James Mullen, in the town of Loudon,
for part of the township of Peters.
MAW Log. House on the farm of Jacob Elliot, for the
Welsh Run District being part of Montgomery• township.
At the House of Thomas' McAfee, in Mercersburg,•for
parts of the townships of Peters and Montgomery.
At the Mount Book School House in Southampton town.
ship for partof thelownship of Southampton.
Atibe-Eastern School House in Onstown, for the other
part 6f SOuthampton township.
etTICH IS HEREBY GIVEN—" That, every per.
sonAsxcepting Justices of the Peace, who shall hold any
office Ur appoint:nett 'of profit or trust trader the United
States,or of this State, or a City or Incorporated District,
. whether a cottanissioned officer or otherwise, who is or
shall be employed under the Legislative, Executive or
Judiciary Department of this State, or of the United States,
or of any Incorporated District soda's°, hatevery mem
beret Congress and of the State Legislature, and of the
Select or Common' Council of any City, or Commissioner
of any Incorporated District, is by law incapable of hold
ing or exercising at the time, the office or appointment of
Ja4e, Inspector or Clerk of any election of this Common
wftlth, and that no Judge, Inspectors or other officer of
inch election, shall be eligible to be Then voted for."
. And the said Act of Assembly, entitled "An Act reta
il • to Elections of this CommonaViltb," passed July 3,
I-s , further provides, es follows, tvtcit r
"That the Inspectors and Judgeitsball meet at the res
pective places appointed for holding the elections in tlip
District /11 which theymay respectively belong, before
9 o'clock, on the morning of the 2d Tuesday of October,
and each of Saidlnspectors shall appoint one Clerk who
—.shall be a quafied voter of such District.
"Incase 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 for Judge at
the nettpreceeeling election, shall act as Inspector in his
place. And in case the person who has received the high
est number of votes for Inspector shall not attend, the per
son elected Judge shall appoint an Inspector in his place,
- =din case the person elected Judge shall not attend, 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 ofone hour after
the time fixed by law for 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
steak's., Shalt elect one of their number to fill the vacancy."
Particular attention Is directed to the Act of Assembly
paved the 27th day of February, 1849, entitled "An Act
relative to coda , * at Elections in the Counties of Adams,
Dauphin, York, Lancaster, Franklin. Cumberland. Brad
ford, Centre, Green and Erie," viz r
§.l. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Repro.
sentatives of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in Gen
eral Assembly met, and it is hereby enacted by the author
ity of the same—that it shall be lawful for the qualified
voters of the Counties of Adams. Dauphin, Lancaster, York,
Franklin,- Cumberland, Bradford, Centre, Green and _Erie,
fretsand after thapassage of this Act, to vote for all can
didates tor the various offices to be filled at any election
on one slip or ticket, Provided, the office for which every
candidate is voted for shall be designated, as required by
the existing laws of the Commonwealth.
" § 2. That any fraud committed by any person voting
in the manner above prescribed, Oat( be punished as sem
der fronds are directed to be punished by the existing laws
of the Commonwealth."
For the information 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 lea, entitled, "An
Act tti provide for the election of Judges of the several
Combat' this Commonwealth, and to regulate certain in
" § 4. That the election for Judges shall be held and
mndacted In the several election Districts ,in the same
manner Its all respects as elections for Representatives are
qr Shall be conducted, and by the same Judges, Inspectors
and officers, and by the provisions of the Act of the Gen
'End Assembly; entitled "An Act relating to the elections
of this Commonwealth, approved the lei day of.inly, 1849,
and its several supplements and all other like laws as far
as thesame shall both 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
serrate piece of paper
It shall 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 informa
tion to the Inspectors and Judge, When called on, in rela
tion to the right of any person assessed by them to vote at
such election, and on such other mattersin relation to the
assessment of voters as the said Inspectors, or either of
them, shall from time to time require.
"No tenon shall be permitted to vote at any election'ae
afareifalti, than a white freeman of the age of twenty-one
years oretiore, who shall have resided in the State at least
one' ear, and in the election District where be offers to vote
at least ten days immediately proceeding such election, and
_within two years have paid a State or County tax which
stall havebeen assessedat leastten daysbefore the election.
Bet a citizen of the United States, who has preciously been
voter of any State, and removed therefrom ant
returned, and Who shall hav'e resided in the election Dis
trict and paid taxes aforesaid shall be entitledqo vote after
residing In this State six months: Provided, That the white
, freemen, citizens of the United States, between the ages of
twenty-one and twenty-two years, whohave resided in the
' election District ten days as aforesaid, shall be entitled to
vote, although they shall nothave Ir.xle. taxes.
"No person shall be permitted to votewbose•name is not
contained in the list of taxable inhabitantsfrunishedtry the
Ccalunistioners, unless, First, he produces a receipt for pay
ment, within two years of a State or County tax, asse s sed
agreeably to the Constitution, and give sansfactorpmd soce
either on his oath or affirmation or the...oath or era nna tio r ,
of soother, that he has paid such a tax, or in fail., t o
produce such a receipt, shall make oath to the payment
thereof; or, feeccmd, if he claim a right to vote by being an
elector between the ages of 21 and. 22 years, shall depose
on oath or affirmation, that he bits resided in the State at
least one year next before application, and make his such
proof of residence in the.Distriet as is reqnired,bythis Act,
- - wad that hedoes verily believe, from the accounts given
him, that he is of the age aforesaid, and give such other
evidence as is required by this Act, whereupon the name
&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'" be shall
btfazindited to vote by reason of having paid tax, or the
• ward "age" if be shall be admitted to vote try• reason of
otfe; Mad to either case the reason of such vote shall'be
called out to the Clerks, who shall Make the like note in the
list of Voters kept by them.
"fuel cases where the name of the person claiming , to
-vote le not found on the list furnished by the Commission,
ere or Auessors, or his right to vote; whether found e ith er
by vettal preekunation thereto, or by any written thereon
or not; to on deeded to by any qnalified citizen, it shall be the
duty of the Inspectors to examiner such persons on oath as
to qtions, and if he claims to have resided within
the 8 0 0 ne year or more, ids oath shalt be sufficient
—proof thereof, but he shall make proof by at least one wit.
Deeerltho shall be a qualified elector, that he has resided
within the district for more than ten days next Immediately
preceding said election, and shall also himself swear that
hie Bone tide residence, in tomunnce of his lawful calling,
is within the, District, and that he did 'not remove Into the
. . .
said District"for the purpose of voting therein.
,reefry,person qualified as aforesaid, and who shall
make doproof, if required, of his residence and payment
of ttpaes,..smathresaid, shall be athnita &to iote in the town•
ship, or 'district in which he shwa reside.
arikpersou shall prevent or attempt to prevent an
• °Meer of the election under this act from holding such elec.
tion, otiose or threaten any violence to any such officer, or
Bluth interrupt or improperly interfere with hint in the exc.
cation of bis duty, shall block or attempt to block up the
window or avenue to any window where the same may be
isoklitg, or shall one or practice any intimidation, threats,
force or violence, with the design to influence unduly, or
twitter, any elector, or to prevent him from voting, or to
— rifainthe freedom of choice ; such person onconcietion shall
be fined in any sum not exceeding five hundred dollars ad
_to be imprisoned for a time not less than one or more than
twelve months. and if itshall he shown to the court where
Weirdo) of offence shall be had, that, the person so
offending Was not a resident of the city, ward, district or
t o wnship wbpre the said offence ate committed, and not
entitled to vote therein, then on conviction ho shall be sea•
towed co pay e fine of not less than one hundred nor more
than onethonsanddollara, and to be impasoned not less than
six mouths nor more than twOy•eno..
"If any person or persons shall make anyhet or wager
upon the result of any'electinu within this pornmentrealth,
or shall offer forsake any such bet or wager, or printed
advertsement, challenge or invite auyperson or per.sons to
make snehbetor wager, upon conviction thereof, he or they
shall thrfelt three times-the amount so offered to bet
"nonperson not bylaw qualified, shall fraudulently
vote at an election in this Commonwealth, or being other.
who qualined shall vote oat of his reaper district, or,lf
any person knowing the want daub a qualltkalioa
aid (A proonre such person to - vote, the person. on tonsio-
Con, shall be tined in any sum • not to:seeding two bun,
dyed and be insprisotted for any term not exceeding three
" Ifany person sha/1 vote at more than one election dia.
trier, or otherwise frmidently vote more than once on the
same day, ..x shall frandulently.fold and deliver Lathe In
spector “fCtlietetS together, with the intent illegally to
vote, or advise and procure a no ther so to do, he or
elm; on conviction, be tined in any sum not less than fifty
nor more than tivelinruireddollars, and be imptisonod not
less than three nor more than twelve months.
"If any person not qualified to vote In this Common.
wealth, agreeably to law, (exceptthe eons of qualifled , dt.
hens) Shall appear at any place of election for the Impose
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 section of
said act, " Every General and Special Election shall be
open between the hours of eight and ten in the forenoon
and shall continue open until seven o'olock - in the everting,
when 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 their respective dis.
trims, and produce them at a meeting of one Judge from
each district; at the Borough of Chambershorg, on the
third day alter the election, being, for the present year
ON FRIDAY, THE LITH DAY OF OCTOBER NEXT,
then and there to do anti perform the duties required by
law of said jOdges. '
Also—That where TrJudge by sickness or unavoidable
accident, is tumble to attend such a meeting of Judges,
then the certificate or reruns aforesaid shall be takes charge
of by one of the Inspectors orClerks of the election of said
district, who shall do and redonm the duties required of
said Judge unable to attend.
Given under my hand and seal at Chambersharg, this
30th day of August, lfia .
B.OIDEL BRANDT, 'Sheriff,
Sheriff's Office, Chamb'g. aug3o.
Eng ant Sanc eons.
D " rn
ECKEL 4. GILBERT,
Nearly Opposite to G reenate . olt's Hotel,
Flare just bpened with an entire new stock ofDry Geods
and Notions of all hinds, which they have selected ,
with great care to adapt them to this market,
and which will be sold at the lowest
CA2II RATEI. Their list includes -
All grades of Calicos,
Lupen's best All• Wool d'Laines, plain and printed,
Silk Crape Plaids,
Fancy and Plain cold Ai - Mures,
Shepherd Plaids, all styles,
Lopen's best French Merinos, all colors,
Mourning Goods, all styles,
Plain and Printed Flannels,
Gilbert's Opens Flannels, all. colors,
White, Red, Grey and Yellow Flannels,
Ladies' Cloaking Cloths, all kinds,
Shirting tuslins, bleached and brown,
Sheeting Muslims, bleached and brown,
Fancy and Plain Cassimeres, French and American,
Sattinetts, Tweeds, Jeans, Vestings,
Linen Table Cloths, Towels and
Napkins, inevery style,
Ladies' Corsets, all prices,
Ribbons, Laces, Raffles,
• Yells, Collars,
Pins, Needles, Ste; Bc.
ALSO, A GILEAT TARIM OF
BALMORAL AND HOOP SKIRTS
I.4fr" Remember, No Old Goody at ECKEL Ez . GILBEET'S
New Store. Call and examine. . ang3o
R E M 0 V A L!
WM. WALLACE & CO.
have removed their Dry Good Store to the stand occupied
by them previous to the the, on the
Corner of Main and Queen Streets,
and are in receipt of a large lot of Goods, bought at refine:
ed prices, at the late New York Auctions, to which they
invite the attention of the public..
To pemous la want a Dry Goods weetty now lathe time
to buy. •
To the ladies we offer a large assortment of Dress
Black and Fancy Silks,
Plain and Fancy, Delanes, &c.
We have a 'goad assortment of Carpets, Matting, Oil
Clothe, which we will sell low.'
Call soon and get bargains, at
june2B WM. WALLACE & CO'S.
Vato, anb Qtapo.
GO TO DEOHER T'S
BUY YOUR HATS ANIL CAPS,
He will cell you a
'Better Qualify, •
More Serviceable and ra
Finer Looking Hat
FOR LESS MONET, -
than can be bought elsewhere.
"pRESH ARRIVAL.—Now is the time
11 to buy your Fall and Winter Goods, and. W. W.
PAXTON'S, in the Market House, is the place to get them
clirap andsood. A very fine assortment of
Mend fine and coarse Boots, Balniorals and Gaiters,
Ladies' Glove Kid, Morocco and
Coarse Shoes and. Gaiters,
Misses' and Children? ShmeandGaiters
of every style. Also
MENS' AND BOYS' RATS AND CAPS
at prices to snit all. The best Bomemake of Hats to be
had. A fine assortment of
Trunks, Carpet Bags,
constdntly on hand. Call and examine our stock before
purchasing.. In the Market House, on Second street -,
F ,ALL STYL,E
HATS AND CAPS
DECHERT has jug received the
- PALL STYLE OP HATS,
which he is
Selling Chop?? than ths Reaptst.
Call and get bargains. '
THE PATENT RESOitT HAT
SHAPES AND COLORS,
at LOW MeV), fit L
on Second. Street. near the KWhlngton Home.
MEN'S BOY'S AIM - CHILDREN'S
HATS of every "Teta be bad amp at
THE "SHERIDAN - ITESCiIerE FIAT,"
a nice (wilder, at PAXTON'S.
Boots anb *toes.
REMOVED.—The undersigned has the
pleasure of informing his old customers and the pub
lie generally, that he has removed his BOOT & SHOE
STORE to the New Brick Building of George Ludwig,
on Main Street, one door south of Greenawalt's Hotel,
where he Is now opening the largest assortment of Boots
and Shoes ever brought to thebounty. His stock embra
ces every v#riety of Youths', Ladles` and Men's BOOTS
& SHOES, which for style of finish, and durability of
Wear, cannot be surpassed In the county, and which will
bo sold at prices to suit the times. Having purchased THE
LATEST STYLE OF LASTS, be is prepared to make
Customer. work. at short notice, by the best workman in
the county. With a disposition to be obliging and am
commodating, he hopes to merit a liberal share of pat.
ronage=without ti desire M monopolize, as his motto Is,
In our common calamity, to live and let live.
Particular' attention paid to-ali kinds of lbNiring,
TERMS, GASH, AND PRICES UNIFORM, WITH.
He has also on hand, and do n sle, cheap, Trunks,
list's, Carpet Sacks, Linen and Paper Golhm, paper,
Envelopes, Inkstands, Steel Pens, &0., &c.
may /0 P. FELDMAN.'
N. E.—All persons knowing themselves indebted will
please call and make immediate settlement, that I may be
enabled to meet my former liabilities in the City,
THE GENTS' GLOVE KID GAITER
with or without Buckles, at PAXTON'S.
AFINE STOCK OF HEAVY BOOTS
cheap nod darnble tug receivoti of PAITON'S.
CARPRNTFRS AND BUILDERS!
'A T T E Ar
The undersigned have now on hand, at their
PLANING AND FLOORING NILE,
a large supply of Saab, Shuttas, Doors and Blinds for sale,
or made to order.
Mouldings of all descriptions, from half inch to 8 inches,
Plain and Ornamental Scroll Sawing nearly executed.
also—Wood Turning in all its branches. Newel Posts,
Banisters, Bed Posts, &c„ unhand.
A large supply of Dressed Flooring for sale.
Also—Window and Door Frames on hand or made at
short notice. - lIAZELBT, VERNON' & CO.,
lebi tf Harrison Avenue, Chambersburg, Pa.
LEONARD EBERT & SON,
COAL AND LUBBER 3IERCHAIITS.
We have on hand all kinds of Coal and Lumber, and
are prepared to tarnish Bill Lumber to order at short no
tice, all at the most reasonable terms. Our stock of Lam.
her consists of
White Pine 2 inch Plank,
" " 1} " eelect Plank.
" " Plank.
" 1 select and Calling Board's,
• " " Boards,
f " siding (8 inch,)
- " Best River Shingles,
" Worked riming,
" " " - Siding,
" Joist and Scantling, all sizes,
Hemlock Joist and Scantling,
Yellow Pine Boards, Joist and Scantling,
Palling and Plastering Laths.
We have also always on hand a good supply of all
kinds of Coal for stoves and lime-burning. Also a supe
rior article of Broadtop Coal for blacksmiths. The pub
lic are invited to give us a call, as we will endeavor to
give satisfaction to all that call.
Coal and Lumber furnished on the earn to *tiny station
on the Franklin Railroad
grollite on Second St., In the pM.r of the Jail' Yaid,
Chambersburg, Pa. ' LEO: EBERT & SON:
STEAM SAW MlLL:—Thetuaderaign
ed have erected and in operation a Steam Saw MI
at the South Mountain, near Graffenburg Springs, and are
prepared to saw to ender Baia of WHITE OAX
HEMLOCK or any Rind of timber desired, at the short.
eat notice and at low rates.. One of the firm will be at the
Hotel of Saari Greenawalt, in Chambersburg, on Satur
day the 24th inst. and on each alternate Saturday thereaf-
ter for the purpose of contracting for the delivery of lum
ber. LUMBER DELIVERED at any petal at the Low.
gsr RATES. All letters should be addressed to thorn at
Gralfenburg P. 0.. Adams CO., Pa.
decl4.ly MrLTENBERGER & BRADY.
sma lots of Lumber, Shingles, &c., from our
miiis can be procured at any time at
W.F. MISTER & SRO'S,
Market Street, Chambersbnrg.
S MALL, BENDER CO.,
York and GoLisborough:
LUMBER DEALERS -
AND WANUFACITTILERS OF
SASH, DOORS, SHUTTERS, BLINDS,
DOOR AND WINDOW FRAMES, 4c.,
Keep constantly on hand a well selected stock of ;seas
oeable Lumber, star—Joist and Scantling, Weatherboard
ing, dressed Flooring, Siding, Laths, Shingles, Palings and
Fencing . .
jaP White Pine and Oak Bills, sawed to order at the
shortest notice. All communications should be addressed
to YORE, PA. [sep-ly
BUI/. DING LUMBER.—The rindert
signed is prepared to saw all kinds of Building Linn
ber pt the lowest market rice. It A. RENFREW,
GIitENWOOD 31.1 - I.ls, Fayetteville P.O. - dee.B-1 y
LU MB E R.--All kinds of Lumber for
sale at reasonable rates at A. S. MOSMVS MIL-near
(4 I/ In ay, Pa. jnlyl94;
Gift 73 lotribution.
A PRESENT FOR ALL i!
BONA FIDE Glyr DISTRIBUTION H
$lOO,OOO IN SUBSTANTIAL PRESENTS
MAO BOXES STEEL PENS.
100,000 FREE GIFTS.
Each pricha.ser, besides receiving - PULL value for his
money in Pens: is sure to receive a valuable gift worth
from 30 cents to $5,000. The People's Pen Company. in
order to introduce their superior Steel Pens to the Public
in the shortest possible space of time, offer the following
splendid inducements. We will sell otietail 100,000 box
es, each box - containing, one gross and a certificate end
thug the holder to one share in the allotment of the fel
lowtng desirable and substantial gifts.
LIST OF GIFTS.
100 Acres of Land in Cattarangns county, New' -
York, in the 'tidally of Petroleum Well& 85,00
t - 100 Acres Pine and Hemlock Timber Land on
- . .. ..
Lehigh River. Pennsylvania. 3,000
5 U. S. 7 2-10 Coupon Howls. $3OO each. 2,500
10. — ` : ''' " " " 100 " . 1,0130
10 " " " 50 ~• 500
50 Orders on a First-class city house for a corn.
plete suit of fashionable Clothing. 0100... 5,000
50 Ladles' Rich Silk Dress Patterns. 075 '3 750
.5, Chickenroes or other 4 .. ..1. ranker, Round
Corner Rosewood Piano-7 octaves-45W 2,500
50 Wheeler & Wilson's Double Stitch Sewing
Machines, 0.50, ' 2,500
20 Gent's rine Cold Hunting Case Watches, .
-- --. __ .. _.
50 Gents'. " Silver " ,'.' " 40 2,000
100 Ladies' " Gold Lockets, large $lO, 1 1
1I)`‘ Man 7.1
1,000 Sets Fine Gold Jewelry, Breast Pins, and
Ear Rings. Sl5 li 000
1,000 Ladies' Finn Gold Finger Thugs, $6 6,000
1,000 Pairs Ladies' and Gents' Gold and Stone _ _ _
1,000 Sets Lady's nod Gent's Gold Studs, S 5 5,000
1.000 Photographic Albums. $2.50 2,500 -
10,000 Tickets of Admission to Branum's or Bry
ant's. 30 cents 3,000
15 000 Packages Assorted Stationary, 50 cents,.... 7,500
5.00 Fine Briers, cod Pipes, (our own importation,)
75 cents, 3.750
10 000 Sets Pearl and Ivory Sleeve Buttois, 5O cts 5,000
50.000 Sheets Fashionable Music. 30 cents. 11,000
4 523 Photopraphic Portraits of President Lincoln
and Tad, 50 cents,....
The allotment will be conducted in the mutt honorable
and upright manner. Every holder of a certificate will
receive a present Worth from 30 cents to $5,090. They
guarantee to distribute every article in the list.
Our Pens are splendid specimens of American industry,
are finer goods than can be bought elsewhere for the same
money, and will stand upon their merits. Price, 81.50
per gross. 144 pens, for either of the following kinds:
No. 1. The People's Pen Co. Business Pen.
No.:. " Popular Pen, same as
G illott's, (30.3.)
By mail, free, to any address, on receipt of price. We
can refer to parties of standing in this and other cities, as
to honesty, responsibility, etc., etc. The allotment of gifts
will be public, and all purchasers incited to be present.
Address TidE PEOPLE'S PEN CaDIPANY,
Business Office, 62 William street, New York.
C. C. NEWIIOUSE, Actuary.
- 7 Thato Pens are also on hand for examination and Sale
at the Ace of this paper. ai42-6m
*gibing anb Manners.
SADDLERY! RE MOVAL!!-
JEREMIAH OYSTER respectfully returns his
thanks to his patrons for the liberal encouragement recei
ved from them heretofore, and he would invite them and
the community generally, who may need any thing in his
line, to give him a call at his new stand, on Main Street,
on the same site occupied by him previous to the fire, wbere
he keeps constantly on band every• variety of SADDLE.
BY AND HARNESS of his own manufacture, and he
prepared to eell the same on terms that defy competi
tion: Every article odbred fur gale is warrented to be
made of the best materiel and by competent workman,
which will be fullydemonstrated on an examination there
TRUNKS AND VALISES. He would also call tl
attention of persons wanting a good, neat and cheap and
substantial Trunk'or Valise to his assortment. apriUt
SADDLERS' HARDWARE.-C. H.
GORDON has just parchneeLl In the East a large
stock of SADDLERS' HARDWARE, consisting of
Backels, Rings, Bitts, Flames, Bridle Fronts, Tacks, Riv
ets, Rosettes, Swivels, Pad Screws, Gig Trees, Black
trimmed aid full-plate self-adjusting
_Trees, Patent and
Enamelled Leather, Saddlers' Hair, Patent Leather Col
lars, Ornaments, Girth and Rein Web, Cock-eyes, Thread.
Trunk, Nails, Neck Protectors, Am., &v., which he invites
Saddlers and others to call and examine, and which will
be sold at low rates.
• H. GORDON HAS ON HAND A
large assortment of Saddles, Harness, Collars, Brk
diet, Flatters, fancy Bound Bridles, Wagon, Carriage
and Linen Nets of all kinds, from 81,00 to 8 - 7,00 ; Curry
Combs, Home Cards, Mane Combs, Brushes, Horse Boote e ,
Cow Hides, and many other articles not necessary to eau.,
REMOVAL.—q. H. GORDON has re
moved his SADDLERY SHOP to the stand occu
pied by him previous to the fire, on ,tAlt STME I', a fen•
doors (loath of Greenawalt's Hotel.
undersigned would respectfully inform the public that
he has resumed the Carriage making business at the old
stand of Feiffer & Foltz, on the corner of Market and Sec
ond Streets. where ho is prepared to make to order any
kind of CARRIAGES desired. lle will also keep on hand
and for sale all kinds of vehicles, such as BAROUCHES,
CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, &c.
lie will also give particular attention to repairing Vehi
cles and as be Max none but the best of workmen in kis
employment ho feels assured that his work will give sat.,
His prices will bo found to be as low If not lower than
at any other shop.
LIVERY.—He keeps on hand a Stock of good saddle
and driving Horses and Carridgee of different kinds for
hire at reasonable rates.
mny t. 11t65 P. HENRY PEIFFER.
HOWELL & BOURKE,
PAPER lIANOINOS and
North East Corner Fourrru AND MARKET StroidQ,
K B.—Always In Store, a large Stock of
angl6,lm LINEN and OIL- SHADES
TRUNKTRUNKS; VALISES, CARPET-BAGS
QA TES AND UMBRELLAS, of the best mauc
leture. at PAXTON'S.
Ple famidiu itpunhersbur4
ELWICKS & BURKHART
LARGEB' ST I O T GOF'aTCHANDISE
taw]; and sell goods
WHOLESALE AB CHEAP •
E.I any Lone in Phßadelphia.
G EL WI L e KS & BURKHART
manufacture every description of •
CANDIES AND CONFECTIONARY,
.and sell strictly at CITY PRICES.
OIL'I OIL! OIL! OIL!
GELlvicKs & BUMigART
KEROSENE AND LUBRICATING OILS
as cheap as it can be bought at Pittsburg with freight
added, and cheaper by 3to 4 cents per gallon .
with freight added tharrit can be
bought in Philadelphia.
Country Merchants, notice this fact. You can do
better in Oils with this firm than either city, as we buy In
large quantities expressly thrwholeasding.
GELIVICKS & BURItHART
have just received a line of superior
, FRESH GREEN AND BLACK TEAS,
GELIVICKS & BIIRKRARt
have a large supply of
G ELWICKS & BURKHART
keep a great variety of
SPICES AND FRESH BAKING ARTICLBS.
OP All Spices are ported on their own mill and pre.
pared In theft ownstore, pure and fresh, no adulteration.
G ELWICKS & BURKHART
keep a large stook of ,
TOBACCO AND SEGARS,
. and will sell them whokaaleaftity prices. -
G ELWICKS 'I3URKHART
keep an immense stork of
NOTIONS AND VARIETIES
kept in all country stores, and will sell them as _
neap as city Louses.
G ELWICKS 64 . BURKHART
have a large stock
COFFEES, SUGARS, SYRUPS, MOLASSES,
FISH and SALT, at wholesale.pyiees.
aELWICKS & BIIRKH.A. - gT
vi expect their bnsines , to . pay them by sellirig 'rime
amount of gad,, and not by ,arge profits.
G EL -W ICX S 'A: BURKHART
have received a lar lot of
PRIME CH E ESE,-
and a variety of CRACKERS fresh from thblaferY.
G ELIVICK S l bc BURKHAIIT'S
Wlioletae and Retail
GROCERY AND CONFECTIONERY
is on .Ssrond Street, between Queen and Market sin.,
F ACTS! FACTS!! FACTS!!!
E. D. REID
having jail returned from the Eastern cities
is now opening a large and general
City Cured' MUDS and Dried Beet
Prime No. I and 2 Shore 31ackerel,
' in barrels, halfinuvels, quarters and kits.
- Havre-de-Grace. Smoked and Salt Herring,
- Pickled Shad (without bbues),
Canned Fruits ai II Jellies,
Ban suns, Pine Apples,
German Pears, =
Raisins and Nuts,
And last, but not least, the largest and
best assortment of
GLASS AND qUEENSWARE •
out of the city of Philadelphia.
F R T JARS
of all the improved patent patterns. Also,
CORE-SEALED GLASS AND STONE JARS,
besides one thousand live hundred articles•
not above named, and aloof
which will be sold at a small advance, at the Family
Grocery on the South-east earner of Afain and
Waslan t erron streets, Chambersburg.
MP Cash 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 Oro
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 Cootplete in
every variety of FAMILY - GROCERIES; consisting of
Ham, Syrups, Salt, Mackerel, Coffee, Sugars', Teas, To
baccos, Brushes, Brooms, Buckets, Cords. Twines, Glass
ware, Queensware and everything heretofore kept at their
former place of business. They will always keep a stall
eient stock on band to be enabled to meet the demands of
the community. COUNTRY PRODUCE taken in ex
change for goods at cash market paces. Don't forget the
place, (Market House,) three doors from the corner, on
Queen Street. lattg3ll HUBER 4.7. LEMASTER.
Lady's Extra Fine.
QPRECHER'S GROCERY STORE.-
The undensignedilas the Inigest stock of FAMILY
GROCERIES in town, which he offers to the public nt the
lowest CASH PRICES. It is not necessary tuenumerate,
as his stock is large and complete,
Highest paces paid for COUNTRY PRODUCE in
exchange for goods. lang3ll CYRUS SPRECHER.
IF YOU WANT GOOD GOODS AT
the lowest prices, call at the Family Grocery of E. D.
REID, opposite Dr. Suesserott's.
IMP OR TEIR S
LAUMAN, SALLADE & C O.,
O. 1'7,3 SOUTH NMI' STREET.,
Between Chestnut and Walnut Streets, Phtleslelphia
GEO. 81. laum.Ay,
A. M. SALLADE,
J. D. BITTEW,
Each bottle sealed with green wax with the initials of the
SUPERIOR OL-D MADEIRA WINE
FINE SHERRY, CLARET AND
• HOCK WINES
AND AN ARSORTMENT OF
FINE BRANDS OF CHAMPAGNE .
osponNE & ca's
VERY Fl'E AND DELICATE
Eaoh bottle seciled with yellow wox with the Inltialsofthe
LAUMAN, SALLADE &CO.,
No. 1 21 3 South Ninth Street, Philadelphia.
O - LD RYE WHISKEY,
OLD WHEAT WHISKEY,
LAWMAN, SALLADE & CO.,
N 0.13" South Ninth Street, ,Philadelphia.
APMETALLIC ARTIFICIAL LEGS.
Somethin g new. Neat for a panphlet.
ang'2-fie J. W. WESTON, 706 Broadway, New York
at a reduction on former agates.
RIVESE, GARDRAT SLCO:§
SUPERIOR COGNAC BRANDY,
VINTAGE OF 1838,
LAMIAN, BALLADE & CO
Etre% Finto ant -Plants,
WEST FRANKLIN EKES.-
LARGE AND CHOICE PRETE TREES
A PREVAILING ERROR CORRECTED.
The Idea has become current, that Ryder has sold out
his nurseries, in part from the circumstance of baying sold
at auction a portion of stock last spring. the sale of which
were intended only to reduce the surplus stock of some
leading items, and give all an opportunity to see for them
selves, and all who were in atter:elapse at the several sac.
lions wellknow that the stock an hand is very large andel
superior quality. Several pretending nurserymen, solie.
itingigsrders through this county have endeavored to make
this idea bear upon the community ; that this establish
ment is sold out and the business discontinued. Bachand
similar falsehoods have been indulged in by local and
traveling tree speculators for the peculiar benefit of them
selves. The public are herebyinfonned that the business
is and wffl be continued as heretofore, and all orders how
ever large or small, will be filled entire from our own
grounds. We grow a fall stock of every Pmit 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 411 the orders of our customers.
We are prepared to fill orders from our own
grounds and twenty per cent. cheaper, considering the
quality of the stock, than any other establishment in the
county. All persons who wish to purchase are invited to
call personally and examine stock. Early. attenthm to this
will be of vast interest to those interested, as we can show
s great variety of fruit through the fruit season. Fruit
for sale at the nurseries in large or small quantities.
Post Otneo address, London Franklin Co., Penna.
B. L. RYDER, Proprietor. -
West Franklin Nurseries, on the Loudon and Cove Gap
pRANKLIN NURSERY.—Desirous - of
clearing xt s a , t , 2 , f s mi , Rronnds I otter for pale,
;iO,OOO- . rf'LE TREES.
Times. Trees are grafted with the best and most appro
ved varieties of Apples, and are grown on good sandy
loam. They have an abundance of fine fibrous roots, and
can be removed without risk. They can be furnished
from five feet to nine feet in helghth, with proportionately
heavy stalks, and are well worth the attention of ,persons
wishing to plant orchards. I will sell them at from 810 to
414 per 100, according to size and quality of Tree, when
ordered in quantities of 100 and upwards.
PEAR, ; CHERRY and PEACH. TREES for full plant
ing also on band.
EVERGREEN and SHADE TREES in varlet, with'
a general assortment of SHRUBBERY.
GRAPES.-4 am prepared to receive and fill orders for
Grapes for fall planting, such as Concords (the best dark
now cultivated,) Diana, Rebecca, Delaware, T. Elden;
and all the latest varieties offered.
A moderate charge to cover expenses for packing. All
goods delivered in Chambersburg or at the Rail Road
if desired. -
Orders addressed to the undersigned will receive
prompt attention. J. HEYSEB., Agent,
Franklin Nursery, Chambersburg
S T rS TFRAM
The subscriber would call the attention of all persons
who have not a full supply , of Fruit on their premises, to
the large and well selected assortment of Fruit Trees,"
Vines, do., now offered for the fall trade. Our stock is
very large and comprises the best Varieties known to po
mologists. Om collection of Fruits of every class is by
far the largest in the County and second to none in the
We invite all who wish topurehaie Trees to any extent,
to come and see and lenve their orders at the espied pas
sale opportunity. We guarantee that no one dill regret
the visit, as we are prepaied to show more variety in the
fruit line than' ally establishment in the country.
Fruit can be seen growing at any time through the fruit
season. Fruit far 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 Gap
Q.,_TRAWBERY PLANTS - MAY BE
P , ,,i'planted now and until the Ist of October. The ear
lier planting through August and beginning of- - Septem._
ber, will bear good crops next season.
We can supply good plants now of the following varie
ties, all of which are worthy of cultivation;
('At 50 cis per dozen ; $l,OO per 100, $7 per 1000, Alba
ny Seedling, Austin Shaker, Baynes Favorite, French's
Seedling, Hooker, lowa, Triumph de Gand, Trolopes'
Victoria, Vicoinptse, Hericart de Thury, The follow
ing,at $1,50 per dozen ; 50 plants $3,00; DA plants 85, 00 :
New Jersey Scarlet, Agriculturist, Colonel Elsworth.
Ritley's Goliath, Russell Prolific, Fillmore. The lost six
tot ready before let of September, must be ordered in
time to secure a supply. Address, B. L. RYDER,
- West Franklin Nurseries, , London, Franklin county Fa.
QIIADE AND ORNAMENTAL TREES
E VARIETY.—Large sized Shhde Trees for Street;
planting. Orders for those should be sent in early. They
eau best be seen and determined upon while the foliage
.S 6 upon them. [june2B-ilm] B. L. RYDER.
EASTERN INN.—The undersigned ha
lately purchased the large and commodious
Brick Building of Rev. S. R. Fisher, In connection withhis
present place of 'nosiness, on the corner of Main street and
Lndwig's Alley, is prepared to accommodase BOARD
ERS by the day, week or month. Be is amply provided
with STABLING to accommadate the traveling public.
Having a large LIVERY STABLE connected with the
Hotel, guests and the public generally can be furnished
with Horses and Carriages at any moment. Persons visit
ing Cbambersburg with their families will find this the
must comfortable Hotel in the county, as it has been re
fitted with entire new Furniture, and the rooms are large
and well ventilated. The TABLE is amply supplied teeth
all the luxuries of the season, and the BAH, whtela L tie
Melted from the Brick Building, will always be furnished
with choice and pure liquors. Every attention paid to the
comfort of guests. tyktl2[' S. F. GREENAWALT.
BROWN'S H OTEL.—This Hotel, sit*-
aced on the corner of Qdeen and Second Streets, op
posite the Bunk, Court Room, and County Offices, and in
the immediate neighborhood of Stores,-Shops, and other
places of business, is conveniently situated for country
people having business in Chambersburg. The Building
'has been greatly enlarged and refitted fur the accommoda.
tion of Guests.
THE TABLE w ll always be ftwnished with the best
the 31arket can 'produce.
THE BAR will be supplied with pate and choice
THE STABLE is large and attended with a good and
Every attention will be rendered to make Guests core
Sortable while sojourning at this Hotel.
febl JACOB S. BROWN, Proprietor.
TNION HOTEL.—This old -and well
t.. 3 established note! is now open tor AEI accommodation
The Proprietorhaving Mimed the three-story block of bml•
dings on Queen Street, in the rear of his former stand, is
prepared to furnish GOOD ROOMS for the traveling and
MS TABLE will sustain its former reputation of being
supplied with the best the market q cau,produce. _
MS BAIL, detached from the* maila , baildingovill
ways have choice and pare Liquors.
Good warm STABLING for fifty horses, with careful
Every attention will be made to render guests comfort
able while sojourning at this Hotel.
janlB JNO. FISHER, Proprietor.'
VATIONAL HOTEL.—The subscriber
11 would respectfully announce that hebas no far com
pleted his hotel building as to be enabled to open it
for the accommodation of the public. The building is en
tirely new and built en the most approfed plan for com
fort and convenience.
He has also erected in connection with the Hotel a large
and convenient STABLE, and is nowprepared to furnish
Stabling and Provender for any number or Horses.
Attached to the Stable (undercover) are a pair of HAY
AND STOCK SCALES, to which the especial attention
of Farmers, Drovers and Butchets is invited.
july26 DANIEL TROSTLE.
_ILY nos become the Proprietor of the UNITED STATES
HOTEL, near the Railroad Depot at HARRISBURG,
PA. This popular and commodious Hotel has been newly,
refitted and furnished throughout its parlors and chambers,.
and is now ready for the reception of guests.
The traveling public will And the United States Hotel
the most convenient, in all particulars, of any Hotel in
the State Capital, on account of Its access to the railroad,
being immediately between the two great depots in this
city. (Harrisburg, jute 17, 631£
STATES UNION HOTEL, OPPOSITE
the Lebanon - Tilley and Pennsylvania Railroad De , ,
pots, Harrisburg etty, Pa. This convenient and pleasant
Hotel is now kept by the undersigned, late of the Indian
Queen in Chamhersburg, and he invites the patronage of
his old friends and.thepublio generally. Termsinoderate:
oets-tf JOHN W. TAYLOR.
tioots anti , ~,Stationern.
THE OLD HOOK STAND
S. S. SHRYOCK,
Has been removed to tho new building opposite the POSTI .
OFFICE, wherna full assortment of
- SCHOOL AND MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS,
STATIONERY, PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS, ETC.
Can be bad at exceedingly Low Prices.
WALL PAPER and WINDOW SHADES, a larg
and new stock.
Fairchild's Celebrated Gold Pens, fully warranted.
Orders taken fur goods, which will be Expressed in ths
shortest possible time.
The New York and Philadelphia Papers received deb
fur which weekly subscriptions will be taken.
First Class Novels, Magazines and Periodicals receiVec
a*soon as published. -
' 'We can sell Photograph Albums cheaper ban they ear
be had elsewhere. --
Music sent free of portage to any part of the county.
Gilt Frames, Worsteds and Fancy Goods constantly on
Our arrangements are such that we can supply any or
ders satisfactorily and with dispatch.
Ma. J. K. SultrocK, is now located In New York, which
enables us to undertake the' most complex commissions.
Old Hooks of particular editions, dates or style, hunted
up at a reasonable commission. inovi2j
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL'
ROPES d TIVLYES.
The undersigned hating purchased the entire Stock and
Fixtures of the Rope and Twine Manufactory of J. P.
Orey, deCd, respectfully announces to her friends, and the
former patrons of the establishment, thitt she will continue
th carry on the business, in alt its varionsbranches, at
THE OLD STAND,
on Franklin street, Chambersburg , where she will Ixrpleits•
ed to receive the calls and orders of the public, All kinds,
sites, and qualities of
ROPES, CORDAGE, TWINES,.&C.,
always kept on hand or made to order of the beat material,
and tunilsed at reasonable prices. In connection with the
alcove business, elm is ales prepared to manufacture
HAIR, HUSK, AND OTHER
as well as Horse Blankets and Fly , Nets of trierior Taal
Sty- and style. Persons M. want of superior arnoleS in the
above line are requestedtocall,'ersend tbelr orders, which
will be attended to promptly.
ectii -1 y MARY E GRAY.
Oarblew Outing, &v.
TT A B. -D - W A. It E
• HUBER B..TOLBBHT
Ravi ) °Petted their store
csa lain street,
- nearly opposite their old place of business,
with an extensive stock of Hardware, Cutlery, &e.,
- consisting in Part of
Spites, t ' oris' Trictiae
, Plan - - Varnisti,
. 4 ,
- i Grind Stones,
' Cedar Ware,
Sptelal attention is called
But'den and Contnactunt,
Prepared to furnish in any quantity,
everything in their line.
Call and =mine our stock..
COACH AND SADDLERY
The aubsMiber respectfully Werra his friendiand the
public; that he continues to carry on theabove business,
at his old stand, on Main Street, opposite the German Re
formed Church, CHAMEBERSBITRG, 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 llogskits,
Saddle Trees and Glrthing.
drrees, Full Plated, Tinned and Japanned; Goat
Hair, Straining Web and Worsted Rain.
Web, lower than Cotton
tames, Bits and Stirrups, Plated, Tinried and Japanned
Coach Handles, new styles; Curtain Frames; Hub Bands;
Bridle. Fronts; Roseates, Swivels and Ornaments; Iron
Plated and Wood Gig Barnes.
- BUCKLES—BRASS, SILVER AND JAPANNED,
all Styles and Patterns ; Ivory and Wooden Martingale
Rings, Stump Joints, and a variety of other goods suitable
fur the trade.
ALL KINDS OF PLATMG, &c., done with neatness
and despatch. . (dealt) LEWIS WAMPLER. •
CHEAP HARDY ARE!
• BRAND & FLACK
Had a few giods under the pavement, which were not
burned. Such as Locks, Hinges, Screws and other Hard
ware. Besides, they bare just received from New York
and Philadelphia a very large lot of goods, purchased much
cheaper thauthey are generally sold. They baring been
burned out, therefore we offer Iron, Nails Hocks, Hinges,
Screws, Bolts. Oils,, Glass, Paint, &c., afthe!owest figure.
TO BLACKSMITHS AND FARMERS!
-We have on hand about 10 Tons Iron of different kinds,
which we trill 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.
- • - CUTLERY.
B.nives'and Forks, Seigo,rs, Razors, Pocket Knives,
Spoons, &c., just received from New York wldell we offer
very• . sep2B
CARRIAGE MAKERS' GOODS,
Shoemakers' Findings, •
at BRAND & FLACK'S.
SHOVELS, FORKS AND SPADES AT
NJ 45 cents each and many other articlei which was in
the fire, which can be made as good as new
at BRAND & FLACK'S.
CCEDAR WARE.--Call at the Store in
the Alley, BRAND &FLACK.
Gentot ,furniobing Goo to.
THE PLACE TO GET A CIINAAP
Hat and Cap, at BOSS'.
D OSS'KEEPS A FULL LINE OF
JUL) GENTS' WEAR.
O CHARGE FOR SHOWING GOODS
IN nt= ROSS'.
EME MEER THE SIGN OF THE
" Red Sbirt," lipliosite Brown's Hotel."
T o OSS' IS THE PLACE TO GET A
al) good fitting Colliu. -
'UNDERSHIRTS AND DRAWERS.
, i ,‘J A large kA at ROSS'.
NECK TIES, STOCKINGS, GLOVES
11 and 'Kerchiefs at , ROSS'.
Q OAP S, BRUSHES, PERFUMERY
'kJ and Fancy Goods, at ROSS'.
CALL AND SEE THE NICE WHITE
Shirts, at ROSS'.
ROSS KEEPS A -GOOD ASSORT
meat of Gents Wear.-
NEEDDF GOING ABROAD
while yon can be supplied by ROSS'.
:T pIIMELLAS AND CANES CHEAP
lJ at ROSS'.
MEN'S AND BOYS' HATS OF ALL
styles at 'ROSS'.
SOMETHING NEW AT
p OSS IS ON QUEEN STREET, OP
AA) poetic, Brown's HoteL
NEW QUARTERS AND NEW STOCK
THE OLD CLOTHLNG EMPORIUM,
Di THE MARKET HOUbE:
Chamber - burg, Pa.
The undersigned, after a temporary absence necessitated
by the destruction of Chambersburg, has again returned
and opened oat in full blast In the Market House between
Wallace's Dry Good store and Huber & Lemaster's
cery store, a large assortment of
FALL. AND WINTER GOODS, of every description
This stock consists of Ready Made Clothing such as
Over Coats, Dress Coats, Pants, Vats, Under Shirts,
Drawers, &c., also
- GENTLEM.ENS' FURNISHING GOODS, such as
Cravats, Suspenders, Gloves, Shawls, Handkerchiefs, Col
lars, Umbrellas. &c.,
His stock of Cloths for customer work consists of French,
English and Domestic manufacture.. Black Doe Skin and
Fancy Cassimers, Black Satin, Figured Silks, Plain and
Fancy Cassixner Vestings which will be made up to order
in styles to suit the taste of customers, on short notice, and
Having engaged a practical Cutter from the East, lam
prepared to famish clothing in the most fashionable styles,
and as none but experienced . workmen are engaged per-
sons may rely upon getting their work well done at my
- Thankful for the patronage heretofore bestowed, I re
lrpectftelly solicit a continuance of the same.
octal J. T. H • SKINSON:
THE NEW PHILADELHHIA
CLOTHING. STORE ! '
Would respectfully infirm the citizens of Ohambersbura',
and the public generally, that he hasapened
A IiEW , CLOTIMG STORE,
On Main St„ in Isaac Hutttm's new bnilding,
opposite Huber 4 Tolbert's.
His stock embraces a complete assortment of new
wet desirable Goods, which he offers to
- the.publio at very low rates.
He also has a full line of
GENTLEMEN'S FT_TRNISHING GOODS.
far Call and examine for yourselves. 4EII
PARTICULAR ATTENTION' PAID TO
_ CUSTOM WORE,
and satirfeation guaranteed, [july26.3m
TIR. H. R. FETTERHOFF, SURGEON
DENTurr. Office one door West of the Telegraph
Office, Greencastle, Pa.
AR.work entrusted to tarn will bo promptly attended to
and wtwranted. nutyl7.6m*
DR. N. SCHLOSSER'S DENTAL- OF
.PICE an Second Street, one square South of the
Markat House. long%
T T. DEL ACROI•X
EI•xo. 37 South SECOND Street, above Chestnut,
Having received by late arrivals, all the newest and
mostattmctive Styles of Carpetinga-4 All Pt/VANED TO
OFFER at the LOWEST PRICES, WHOLESALE & RETAIL—
John Crossley & Son' s English Tapestry Brussels Low
ell & Hartford Three• Ply and Extra Super Ingratu Car
pets, with a large assortment of medium and low priced
CARPETLNGS, WINDOW SHADES, OILCLOTHS, &C.,
J. T. DELACROIX:
No. 3 - 7 South SECOND Street•between Chestnut Z.:
ugl6.3m 'Market, PHILADELPHIA.
80CIETY.--The Pennsylvania State Agricultural
Society will hold its Exhibition an September 26th, 27th,
28:/: and 29th, 1865, at WILLIAMSPORT, Lyon:thug
county, Pennsylvania. •
Ahy information desired by persons desiring to exhibit,
applications for premium list or posters, or by members of
the Society: mil be given by the undersigned, or A.
,BOYEI lIAMILTON, President, Harrisburg.
Inlys A. BROWES LONGAEER, Sec y.
Se to & 29; 1865.
IiVATUtff,S, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, acc.
Having just opened a well selected assortment of s goods,
in my line, directly
Opposite the Post Office, on Second Street,
where my old and I hope
~Inany new cnstomors will find
me daringbusiness hours. My old stock having been tff•
dueed very maidenly on the 30th of July lass, I was Man
pelled to buy an
Entire Nego'Slok of deeds,
which are of the latist styles and patterns, consisting of
Gold and Silver (imported and American)
Gent's and Ladles' 'Watches,
Jewelry of - fine and medium qualities, .
Fruit and Sutter Knives,
Gold Pens of fine quality,
R 87. 0 ,4 strops and Brushes,
Silver Plated Spoons, Forks and Antler Knives,
Nail and Tooth Brushes, _ - - •
Bedding and Pocket Combs,
- Morocco Satchels, . •
' Large and Small Willow Baskets,. _
Flutes, . _
, Flutings, &c.
The assortment of CLOCKS to large and of every 'ea
have on band the HENRY .B.E.P.EAT.TEG areLE,
which can be fired fifteen times in that many seconds.
Everybody should have one for self defence. - -
The public are Invited to call and examine thud.
PISTOLS on band and orders filed foratry kind that
may be wanted. Cartridges - of all sizes kept on hand.
From long experience l can adapt Spectacles to the sight
of the old as well as middle aged. SPECTACLES AND
EYE GLASSES in Gold, Silver and Steel Frames
Having the agency for the sale of the celebrated MIR
GLAII AND FIRE-PROOF- SAFE, mannfactureSl by
Farrell, Herring & Co., I will fill orders at the manufac
tures price. All informationin regard to them given. -
The public are invited to call and examine the stock.
Watches, Clocks and Jewelry repaired of low rates to
suit the times.
G OLD, SILVER & PLATED WARE.
F. G. DITSIAN:
Second Street, in Washingion Earl Building,
Has just returned from the city with a large and cheap_
stock of goods, to which he invites all to come and exam
ine before purchasing elsewherej His stock consists of
GOLD AND SILVEII.
of the latest styles,
Gold and Silver Chains,
Ear and Finger Rings,
Sleeve Bottom, Studs, etc.,
Table and Tea Spoons, Forks, Napkin Rings, Butter
Knives, Castors, &a.
I bare 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.
mP Thankful to my many fnends and Customers tor
their liberal patronage, would most respectfully ask of
them a continuance of the same.
MARSHALL'&•C3 O .,
<SUCCESSORS TO F. J. POSEY.)
Would respectfully inform their friends ant the pulgto
generally that they have lust returned from the citfes with
a large stock of lieu• and Beautiful Goods,--consisting o
VINE GOLD AND SILVER WATetiES AND
JEWELRY OP EVERY DESCRIPTION:
SILVER and PLATED WALE. SPOONS. FORKS,
LADLES. ENTvEs and CASTORS ;--Seissors, Pocket
Knives, Razors, Razor•Straps,—Hair, .Tooth, and Nail
Brushes,—Pocket P,ooks, Combs of every kind, Leather .
Satchels, and a General Variety of FANCY GOODS,.
A Large Assortment of SPECTACLES TO SUIT ALL
EYES. , _ ang94bi
VLI HOLDEN, INVITES THE AT
tention of eery reader of this paper, which inciudes
=ply thousand of. his old patrons and acquaintances to •
his unusually large ane beautiful variety of AMERICAN ,
& ImportedWATOREMOLOCKS, and elegant design,
of JEWELRY, SILVER WARE, &e.
708 Market Street, Philadelphia.
DR...q. ANDERS & CO 'S
Chemists arid Physicians have long sought to' , dissolve
lodine, without a solvent, so It could be taken into the
system In apace state; knowing full wellthat if this could
be done, they would have au antidote for many diseases
now censldered incurable. •
After fifteen yearsof scientific research and experiment,
this most important discovery was made by Etrni AN
DERS, a German Chemist and Physician, and a member of
the Medical Faculty of New York.
SARATOGA SPRINGS ,
Contain only a fraction of the quantity of iodine there is
in thiS preparation, yet the virtue of the water is due prig•
cipally to this element.
Its effect upon the system is indeed wonderful HER
EDITARY DISEASES, •' born in the system," ate erad
icated by its use. CHRONIC DISEASES, no matter of
bow long standing, often yield to its subtle influence. As•
similating at once with fhb Blood, it vitalises and purifies
that vital fluid, sending strength and vigor to aft parts of
the body. The most wonderful success has followed Its
use, in all forms of disease originating in
- A BAD STATE OF THE BLOOD,
st:CH AS -
CONSUMPTION, j DESFEFSTA; •
HE CET, LIVER
' ICTICVEF DISEASES, FEVER AND Aaus,
RUEUILATISM, I &C.,
It has effected remarkable cures.
TILE REV. CiF,O. 8100715, OF RnooSLEN, -
Editor of the Bible Examiner, publishes in that magazine
the remarkable care of his son by the use of Dr. Anders'
lodine Water, after all - other remedies had been tried in
vain. He says "Gratitude to God, and a sense of obli
gation to Dr. Antlers [d: Co., have made us insert the fol
"My only son, George P. Storrs, now thirty-seven gears
Old, has been afllieted for some dozen years, wore or lass
with painful swellingS and inflammations in Tarim parts
of his body; oftentimes, seemingly, he was Rear to death
then a respite fora season, but only for a return otthe dis
ease with more violence. For the past three years helms
had an open sore - on Ws breast, and latterly one near his
collar bone, with niceintion in WS throat, that was rapidly
increasing, so that dissolution appeared inevitable, In
this coalition he applied to Me. ANLEMS & CO. - By the
use of the lodine Wafer the ulceration in his throat dis
appeared in a short Bine. Continuing its use, in less than
t wo months he was apparently. - healed, and his general
health much improved." Mr. Storrs has since fullyrecov
This certificate IN FCLy and many others, with a treat
ice on the nature and ases of lodine, will be sent FREE to
any person sodding us their name.
Price $l.OO per -bottle, oi-Sfcr 8.5.00. Sent by Express
to all parts of the count;y; -
DR. A. ANDERS: & CO., Physicians and Chemists,
Broadway, New York.
Sold by Druggists generally nue:Amos
attott i tens at RAIL
M. & W S. STENGER, ATT-OR-•
Vt 1. KEYS AT LAW.—w. S. STMiGE.II; DiMild At-
torney and Agent for,proonring Pensionp, Bounty Money
and arrears at pay ,
Office to James Duffield's d'uniing, on the Went side of
Second Street, between Queen_and Wagdngton Streets.
TIIMIiAUGII. &- GEFLR, AfioHntErs
L. 7 LAW.--oEleo OppOsite the Pon Office, Will at.
tend-promptly to all limn:Less entrusted to their care.
P. S.—Authorized Agents for the collection of pensions,
13onnty, Back Pay and all other claims against the govern.
WS VNERETT. Attorney at Law.
• Office on Ltorkei - Street, opposite the Court
House, formerly occupied by Jet. Cook, ,nse, All legal
business entrusted to his care will receive prompt Oen.
JJOHNSTEWART, ATTORNEY AT Liw
Office on Second Street, a few doors South of the
Market House. PENSIONS, BOUNTY anti other claims
promptly collected. ' [anE3l
J. N/LL, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Of
. flee at his residence on Second street. °eta
m B. KENNEDY, ATTORNEY AT LAW
-L. • °Mee on Market street ' ottl9
FORWARD' G in COl9ll 105 MEIICSAMS,
North Second Street, opposite the Cumberland yallby
Railroad Depot, Chambersburg, Pa.
Cars run regularly to and from Philadelphia
AGENTS.--PeaCOCk, Zell di . , Watchman, No. 803 Mar.
ket St., Philadelphia. .
Lykerts Valley, Broken Egg and. Nutt COAL, (duect
from the mines), Wilkesbane and Pine Grove FOUNDRY
COAL, LUMBER, sficioLEs, SALT, pLASTER. and
Hanonok CEMENT, kept constantly on halal, FLOUR,
GRAD; and PRODUCE of all.kinds parchaiett at the
highest cash prices.
Bellt9, 63. wiTDEßthat &N-tAi).
ted for a number of years with D I was
advised to try DR. WISBARTII - 31ED kw that
disease. I derived great benefit' and recommended - Ws ,
quite a number of my friends and who were also much
benefitted by it, and whose testimonlids 'ear be bad if neo
emery. I have been appointed by Dr. Wishatt ssAput
for the Sale °this Medicine, wholesaleor man:
- W. G. REED.
nov2l. Repository aloe. Chamberstatrg Pa.
F. G. DITIUN
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