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PoCLAMATION!- - -GENERAL
ELECTION.—Wbereas, in and by an Acf of the
General AilSeMbly of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
entitled : ,"An act relating. to the ,Elections of this Cons.'
meoWealth." paged the 3d day of July, Abdo Domini
1839, As made the duty of the Sheriff of every county
within - the Commonwealth to give publie notice of the
General-Elections, and In such notice to enumerate—
let--The Officers to be elected: „
2d—Destguiting the places at wbichlbe election is to
beheld. Therefore, .
I, SAMUEL BRANDT, 'Nigh Sheriff of the County of
Ezankffrr, do berebrmake known and give this PUBLIC
NOTICE to the Electors of the Cohnty of Franklin; - ,that
ON THE td TUESDAY OF OCTOBER NEXT, (being
the 10th day of the month,) General Election will be
held at theneveral Election Districts established by law
in said empty, at which time they vate by ballot for
the several °Deers, herOmfter named :
One person for Auditor General of the State of Penn:
One person for Surveyor General of the State of perm
Octne person for Senator to represent the Senatorial Dis
tri; composed of the conntleeof Attains and Frhnknn.
TWo persona for members of the House of Representa
tives of 'the general Assembly of Pennsylvania, to rem.
ten t the counties of Franklin and Perry. '
One person to fill the office of Sheriff of the connty
One person to fill the office of Treasurer of thy county
Onepenson.to fill the office of District Attorney of the
county of Franklin.
One person- fo fill the officOof County Surveyor of the
county of Franklin.
One person to fill the office Of &aunty Commissioner for
the comity of Franklin., _ -
One person to fill the'office of Director of the Poor tor
the conety of Franklin.
One perdu to till the (ace of Auditor for the county of
in.. person to Ell the Office of Coroner for the county of
The - said Electicrrafmll be held throughout the Countp
At the CoUrt House in the Borough of Charoberibarg,
for the north Ward of said Borough, and porter Guilford
At the Home of D. L. Taylor, for the South Ward of
AttbePublio,House of John Gordon, at the West Point
of Cbambersburg for the township of Hamilton. -
At the School House in Fayetteville, for parts of the
townships of Guilford and Green.
At ther,uhlieliouse of Christian C. Foihr., in Greenvil : ,
lage,.tor part of Green township.
At the Western School House, in the town of St. Thom.
as for the township of St. Thaouts.
At the School House in the town of Fanneftsburg_for
the - t* . nship of Metal.
At Ate School House, in the town - ofllloshury,:for the
township of .Litrgan.
Attie House of John Harvey, for part of the township
of Finned._ . •
At the School House, in the town of Concord, for part
of the township of Fannett, and.
At the new Stone School House in Morrowstowa dis
:ries. for the other pert. of Panne - it township.
At the House now occupied by Geo. Anderson In the
♦Metre of Quincy, for the township of Quincy.
At the Western School House in Waynesboro, for the
township nf Washington.
At the House of John Adams, iu Greencastle, for An
trim and part of the townships of Peters and Montgomery.
At the &hind House, on the land Michael Cook in War
ren township, for the township of Warren.
At the Strasbarg School Rouse, for the township of Let.
At the Haase of James Mullen: in the town of London,
for part of the township of Peters.
At the Log House on the farm of Jacob Elliot. for the
Welsh Bun District being part of Montgomery-township.
At the House of Thomas McAfee, in Mercersburg, fur
parts of the townships of Peters and Montgomery.
At the Mount Rock School House in Southampton town
ship for part of the township of Southampton.
At the Eastern School House in Orrstown, for the other
part of Southampton township.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GlVEN—"Thatevery - per
son excepting Justices of the Peace, who shall hold any
office mappointroeut of profit ,or trust, under the United
States or of this State, or a City or Incorporated District,
whether a commissioned officer or othervii.4 , , whirls or
shall be .employed under the Legislative, Executive or
Judiciary Department of this State, or of the United States,
or of any Incorporated District. and also, that every mem
ber of 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
Judge, Inspector or Clerk of any election of this Common.
wealth, and that no Judge, Inspectors or other officer of
such election, shall be eltgible to be then - voted for."
And the said Art of Assembly, entitled "An Act rela
ting to Elections of this Commonwealth," passed July 3,
ltceJ, further provides, as follows, to wit:
"That the Inspectors and Judges shall meet at the res
pective places appointed for holding the elections in the
District in which they may respectively belong, before
9 o'clock, on the morning of the :Id Tuesday of October,
and each of eald Inspectors 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 Importer 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 next preceeding 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,
and in case the person elected Judge shall notattuod, then
the Inspector who received the highest number of votes
,shall appoint, a Judge in his place ; and if any vacancy
•s-halt continue in - the board for the space of one hour after
the time fixed by law for the opening of the election, the
qUalitled 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 number to fill the vacancy."
Particular attention is directed to the Act of Assembly
passed the 27th day of February, 1949, entitled ''An Act
relative to voting at Elections in the Count es of Adams,
Dauphin; York, Lancaster, Franklin, Cumberland, Brad-
L111:1., Centre, Green and Erie," viz
• " § 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Repro
tentative, of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in Gen
oral Aisembly met, and it is hereby enacted by theauther
ity of the same—that it shall be lawful for the qualified
votentef the Catraties of Adams. Dauphin, Lancaster, York,
Franklin, llombeirlimit.Bradford, -Centre, Green and Erie.
from and after the passage of this Act, to vote fur all can.
didatet for' 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, es required-hy
the eating laws of the Commonwealth. _
" That any (rand committed by any person voting
in the manner above prescribed, shall be punished as aim
ilex frauds are directed lobe Imbibed by the existing laws
of the Commietwealth."
For the Information of the electors of Franklin county-,
I publish ;he following, being the 4th section of the Act of
the Genet - al Assembly of the session of 1851, entitled, "An
Act to pnivide for the election of Judges of the several
Courts of this Commonwealth and to regulate certain Jo
"§ 4. That-the election for. Judges shall belaeld and
conducted in the several electionlstricts in the same
manner In all respects as elections for RopresentatNes are
or shall be conducted, and by the same Judges. Inspectors
and officers, and by the previsions of the Act of the Gen
eral Assembly; entitled "An Act relating to the elections
of thisConttnonwealth, approved the 2d day ofJuly, 1849,
and its several supplements and alt other like laws as far
as the semesball be In force and applicable, shall be deem.
ed and taken to be the election of Judges: Provided,
Thattihe aforesaid electors shall vote for Judges of the
Supreme Conic on a separate pier: of paper, and for all
other Judges required to be learned in the law on another
seNratece of paper,.B-
• "It stead be the duty of Ole 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 matters in relationto the
assturient of voters as the said Inspectors, or either of
*hem, shall kern time to time require.
"No person shall be permitted to vote at any election as
aforesaid, than a white freeman of the age of twenty-ono
y ear s or more, who shall have resided in the Stale at least
one year, and in the election District where he offers to vote
at least - tea days immediately proceedinganch election, and
within two Years have paid a State or County tax which
a., shall have been assessed at leasttsm days before the election..
lint a citizen of the United States, who has preciously 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
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, who have resided in the
election District ten days as rlforeiaid," shall be entitled to
„ vote, although they shall not have paid taxes.
"No person shall be permitted to vote whose name's not
contained in the list of taxable inhabitants furnished by the
Commissioners, unless, First, he produces a receipt fur ray.
meat, within two years of a State or County tax, assessed
agreeably to the Constitution. and give satisfactory evidente
either on his oath or affirmation or the oath or affirmation
of another, that he has peal such a tax, or in failure to
produce such a receipt, shall make oath to the payment
thereof; or, Second, if he claim a right to s oft, by being:in
elector between the ages of and itll years, shall depose
on oath or affirmation. that he has resided in the State at
least one year next before application, and make hi, such
proof of residence in the District as is required by this Act,
- and that be does verily believe, from the accounts given
him, thatbe is of the age aforesaid, and give such other
evidence as is required by this Act, whereupon the name
of the person so admitted to vote shall he inserted in
the alphabetical list, by the Inspector, and a note made
--ofTestte 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 be-admitted to vote by reason of
age, and In either case the reason, of ouch vote shall be
called out tolhe Clerks, who shall make the likethote in the
list ofvoters kept by them.
"In all cases where the name of the person claiming to
vote is not found on the list furnished by the Corruniesion.
ens or Assessors, or his right to vote, whether found either
by verbal proclamation thereto, or by any written thereon
or not, is objected to by any qualified (arisen, it - shall be the
duty of the Inspeotors to examine such persons on oath as
L to qualifications, and if he claims to have resided within
the State one year or more, his oath shall be sufficient
proof thereof, bet he Khali make proof by at least one wit
ness, who shall be a qualified eledor, that he has resided
within the district for more than ten days next immediately
preceding said election, and shall also himself swear that
his bona fide residence, in pursiumce of his lawful calling,
is within the District, and that lie did not remove into the
said District for the purpose of voting therein.
"Every person qualified as aforesaid, and who shall
make due proof, if required, of his residence and payment
of taxes, as aforesaid: shall be ado:lilted to vote in the town..
ship, ward, or district In which he shell reside.
"If any person shalt prevent or al - tempt to prevent an
officer of the election under thisactfrom holding such elec.-
-Jam, or use or threaten any violence to any . such officer, or
shall interrupt or impmperly interfere with him in the eae .
cation of his duty, shall block or attempt to block up the
window or avenue to any window - where the same may be
holdias, Or shall use or practise any intimidation, threats,
t o rce,ah Violeece, with the deziin to latitteoce Unduly,- or '
averaw, any elector, or 'e prevent him from voting, or to
retain the freedom of choice, such person on - conviction shall
:re fi ne d in any sum not exeeedi ng tree hundred doliarsand
to be imprisoned for a time not less than one or more then
twelve months, and if it shall be shown la the court where
she trial of.auch offence shall he had, that the person ,so
offeading was not a resident of the city, ward, district or
township where the add offence was committed, an I mot
entitled to vote'therein, then ou conviction ho shall be sea.
tented topay a fine of not less than one hundred nor more
than ouatliousaad dollars, and to lie atlas - leaned not lest than
Aix months tibelltw °4va "''
" 'Unlit:moat= perions atoll make Say bet or wager.
upon the result of any election within
or shall Mier to snake any such h is
or wager, or
advertlsiaoot, challenge or Incite anypesson or persona to
maims& bet ty wager, upon grew iction thereof, he or they
shall flat kit three tines the amount* , offered to bet,
"If any parson not by lacequalbsaa, abed fraudulently
Tote at istreleotlon In this Constoonwealth, Ortslug other.
aim qualified shill vote Oat or his propels district, or If
any person knowing,The want of snetia analitication shall
aid or proems such person to vote, the person, on Movie
tion, shall be tined in anv non not oxen ding two hun
dred and be imprisoned for any tenor not exceeding Three
'' If any pert= shall cote at more than one election dis
trict, or otherwise fraudently vote more than once on the
same day, or shall fraudulently fold and deliver to the In
spector two tickets together, with the intent illegally to
vote, or advise and procure another so to do, he or they
shall, on conviction, be fined in any sum not less than fifty
nor,more than five hundred dollars, and be imprisoned nut
less than three nor snore than twelve months. •
" If any person not qualified to vote in this Common
wealth, agreeably to law. (except the sons of qualified rit
izent) shallappee.r at any place of electitm far the purpose
'of issuing tickets or of iroluencing 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 exceedingtwelve months."
Agreeably to the previsions of the sixty-first section of
sa ittact, "Every General and Special Election shall be
opeti between the hours of eight and ten in the forenoon
and shall continue open until seven o'clock in the evening,
'when the polls shall be closed."-
` Pursuant to the provisions contained in the seventy
triithsection of the act first aforesaid, the judges of the
'aforesaid districts shall respectively take charge of thtt
- certificates of return of the election of their respective rho.'
tziets, and produce them at a meeting of one judge from
-each district, at the Borough of Cbambershurg, on the
third day after the election, bark, for the present year
ON FRIDAY, THE 13TH DAY OF OCTOBER NEXT,
then and there to do and perform the duties required by
law of said judges.
Also—That where a judge by sickness or unavoidable
accident, is unable to attend such a meeting of - judges,
then Ihe certifimste Or return aforesaid shall betaken charge
of by one of the Inspectors or Clerks of the election of said
district, who shall do and aetform the duties require,' of
said judge unable to attend.
Given under my baud and seal at Chambersburg,
30th day of August, 1865.
SAMUEL BRANDT, Sheriff.
Sheriff's Office, Chaznlig aug3o.
*tobes will Einztaare.
L,IGHT'ANG RODS GALVANIZED.-
_LA ETTER & EYSTER are Fatting up Lightning
Rods of Galvanized Iron (all the rods are twisted from the
top to the ground) which is fir superior for durability and
protection than the common straight Black Iron Rods.-
-The Gairanned rod bring amore perfect conductor and
comes cheaper, also Lightning Rods repaired in good style : l
Coll and examine thetialvanized Rods before has ing any
o; the blur)~ rods Put op. gtore Room on Main street..
fIOCIK STOVES A N D TIN WARE.-
1.../ All Patterns of Cook &arcs, Parlor and Wood Stone
(for barning'wood. coal.) Tin, Skeet iron, Capper and
Brcsn Warrofall hinds constantly on hand and foraal.
cheap. at ETTER,4.7 F.YSTEIIN, Main Street oppoot,
Eyitee &Brat' Stre.
EROSENE 011 AND LAIIPS.-El'-
.I.IL - TER S EYSTER ars selling- ery best quality
of Kerosene Od and Loll!ps. alp. ramp Shades, of all pat
terns, Chimneys. Wicks. Burners. Lamps of all kinds
altered and repaired at -110-1 - ch.-•r Store Rosa
on Maul S. -Pa'.
fIOPPER WORK.--ETTER &
TER am preparea To make an:: blze Copper sr.,'R
Trarrr,,,'Prr.e, 8-.. , •er.y• Kat in fact anytkanz malt
Copper and ;:or, burst Price. All kin& or Cup
p rer.l`,l7, 11 4 - Iro - r1; a 5 rznarnat,e•L
ETTER d:..EYSTER ARE PREPARED
-to dd all Muds of GA §-FITTING. PLUM IHNG and
BELL : HANGING gn,lranteerl
to gioa EatKaegon.
ETTER d EYSTER ARE PREPARED
to put up HEATERS of all kinds, with portable and
Brick Casing, COOKM RANGES of all kind• with Hot
Water Tanks and ewes• convenience you pia) want.—
Carl and see ns before making' any arrangamcnts with
NTH E W STORE.
TINIV.4I?E, STOVES. ItC.
MILLER, HAMILTON az
Have opened their new store on the South. Ea.Ft Curner r of
the Diamond. n here they eon supply eao•rmer; with bro..
rate art - Wes at V. of map prices.
• I N PR'ICES!!
MILLER. itAMILTON A. CO
TINWARE A: STOVE DEALER'S
baie reduced the price,: Qf their guie , 25 par
The:: will• put Cu the best quality TIN 'ROOFING
(finding the Tin, Sc.) for $lO per square. II the owner
fiuds the Tin they a - 141 p-it it on, sold.red. nir p<ni-
People woald do well to . 4 RP. upr o i o 'oet-re tol.'hivsr
contracts or parcha,es el.es,here
Particular attention will be 13441 za
BING, &c.. c6 , ..ape3t ne,
LIGHTSLN:G RODE, of 7P,ll4rihaal/0.7 Lou. pot np
M. H. & an,
ICY; CRRAM FICEEZERS.
WATER COOLERS. &C.
all Of Which they Offer at abort profit&
Give them a msll and see for Tatmelves. [may 10
F OR COMFORT, CONVENIENCE,
Economy and Durability, use
THOMSON'S lANDON KITCT-lENER,
EUROPE - AN RANGE!
rr,r RANGE EVER LNVENIELY.
CHASE. SHARPE & THOMPSON.
N. 20 4 N. S.cand St., Philadelphia.
Iron,lounders, and Manufacturers of Stuves,
Tainful and Enamelled Wares., &e.: [rtur2ll-6m.
NHEW QUARTERS AND NEW STOCK.
THE 014) CLOTHING EMPORIUM
RAFRE MARKFT HOUSE,
The undersigned, after a temporary ab..em e rlF,E,itated
by the destroy on of Chtunbersburg, bar again returned
and opened out ;n MI blast in the 31arhet House bYtne..il
Wallace's Dry Gi.iod clam and. Huber 6 , Letnaster's
cerY•ature a large assermeut of
1 ALL AND WLNTER GOODS, of awry le rip•inu
t 1114 614 . 10. roau,tt of Wady Made clothing 1.4'01 as
Over bre , s, Coat-, Pants, liestA, 12n,Irr
Drawers. Le, ail ,
GENTLEMENS: FI'EXISIIING GOODS, such as
Cravats, Sunienden, Gloves, Shawls, Handkerchiefn, Cni
lars. Umbrellas, dec., &e.
Ilia stock of Clot!". fol. (moonier work cow-fats of French,
English and Domestic manufacture. Mack Doe Skin and
Panay Cassinters. Black Satin, Figured Silks, Plain and
Fancy CsicrierVesting.l %Odell- will be made up to order
in styles to iiii••• the taste iltQAtomPr..,:on chart notice, and
reasonable tenni •
Having engaged a practical Cutter from the Eiunt, lam
prepared to furnish clothing in the Inte , t feAdonable ttyles,
and is none but experieuml workmen are engaged per-
Son. may rely upon trettMg tb••ir v - ork neq (1011 0 at my
Thankful for the putrontge heretofore i - ,.tov vit, I re
speetfulb- t 3 etpntullianoe of the ' , time.
oetl9 J.l'. 110SKINSON.
NEW GOODS! NEW GOODS!!
The undersigned har, just returned from the East V. Rh
a grew assortment ci the latest and chola: p si styles of
PIFICE GOODS, each as English, French and Scotch
Cloths, Cassimeres, /se. Also,alargil assortment of REA
DY•HADE CLOTHING on hand at all times: .
_ .. .... . .
Great attention paid to CUSTOM WORK. 'Clothing
made iin the latest city et; les and at short notice.
. We would also inform the public that we have just ra
esived a large assortment of HATS. CAPS and GENTS'
FURNISHING GOODS, such as Paper and Liven Col
late, Neck-ties, Handkerchiefs, Hose, Suspenders, and
every article iu the Gents' Furnishing line. Please call
and examine. at JOIIN UIF.TEIt'S
Bazaar, South Main Street. nearly op.
, posits Greennwales Hotel, sign of the "Rest Flag."
N.8.--Clot tu lig Repaired, Scoured and Cleaned at shi.rt
notlce. , . amt.:7
TO bYSPEPTICS.-Having been attlie
fed for a D= l3 4 . r of years with Dyspepvia, I was
advised to try DR. WISMART'S MEDICINE for that
disease. .1 d er ived great benefit and recommended It to
quite a number of ray friends and who werectilso much
benefitted by It, and whose testimonials can be had if nec
essary. - Ibavo been appulatell by Dr. Wiehart rut Agent
lort.be Sale orals Ded , sytullasaleor
W. G. REED,
naeaCi per,ouory•eltlne, abambensbarg Pa.
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JE WELRY, Ate
Having jnat opened a well &elected assortment of goods
in my line, directly
Opposite the Post Office, on Second Street,
where my old and I hope many new customers will foul
me during business hours. Sly old stock having been re
duced very suddeklE on the 30th of July last, 1 was com
pelled to buy an
Entire New Stock of Goods,
which are of the latest styles and Pattern, consisting of
Gold and , Sliver (Imported and American)
• Gent's and Ladles' Wean,
Jewelry of fine and medium (palities.
• tleet Thimbles,
Napkin Rings, •
Frith and Butter-Snices.
Gold Pens of fine quality,
Razors, Strops and Brushes.
Si+er Plat , e7d Spoons. Forks and Butter Knives,
Ladies' Purses, •
• Nail and Tooth Brushes,
Redding and t'o Combs
' Large and Small WlBow Basket., - •
The assortment of CLOCKS is la!rge and of every - la
I have on hand the HENRY REPEATING RIFLE,
which can be fired fifteen tirces in that many seconds.
Everybody should have one for self defence.
The public are invited -- to wall and examine them.
PISTOLS on band and orders filled for any kind that
may be wanted. Cartridges of all sizes kept on band.
From long experience I mon adapt Spar:G.les to the sight
of the old as a ell as middle aged. SPECTACLES AND
EYE GLASSES in Gold, Silver and Steel Frames al
ma.) a on hand.
'Having the agency for the sale of the celebrated BUR
GLAR AND FIR}-PROOF SAFE. manufactured by
Farrell. Herring Sr Co., I will fill orders at the manufac
tures price. All inkomation in regard to them gives.
The public are invited to call and examine the ntock.
Watcher, Clucks and Jewelry repaired at law rates to
suit the boles.
derl4 EDWARD A UGHINHAUGH.
T OLD. SILVER & PLATED WARE.
F. G. DIT3tAN.
Stcond Strtrt, iu Tl'ashingoon Hotel Building,
jtho returned from the city with a large and heap
of gol.d s whiclrbe inritc, all to come and7xam
inelictore pnrch.v.ing el,en here. Ills etoek connists of
( 10 1.13 AND SILVER WATCRES
of the ha,: oylem
uoas aml Chaim:,
Ear and Finger
Button., Studs. etc.,
au.: Tea Spoo',. W 11 6 ,. RUPP!'
EDI , a.,
1 - .."?' 1 havc ivlded stmt, a large assort-Lent of
thirty hour ..tal ...gilt day I. LOCKS all of tt hick will he
10;, - foods arranted on repre.mited.
Thankful to wy man: friends and customers for
thjir tairuntig , would :newt respectfully ark of
tia.m d coatirmaece .11 1110 snow,
r; ti F. G. 1)1T31A N.
Ati A C . ,
IGand re,perntallt inform their trends and the public
.I;,,,erany that ;lie) joQt d from the title, with
•triek at awl Beaanhilf,oodi
FINE:GOLD .IND SILVER WATCHES AND
JEWELRY OF EVERY DESCRIPTION:
sENER an,l PLATED WARE t3FOONS. FORKS,
LADLES KNIVES and eAsTons;—Ael,or, Pocket
Sign ra, Ruuat RazonStrupg —Hair, Tooth. and Nail
8ta..h0,—1'm..1.,0 Bo o ks comb: at every kind. Leather
SatvhelY, and a ConierniVariiny of FANCY GOODS.—
A Large .X,Yortrnent of spEcTAci.Es Ti) surr ALL
ELI HOLDEN. INVITES THE AT
tention of every readerof this paper, nide!, include,
many thousand of Is ~td patrons and acquaintances, to
bis =inn:ally large ane beautiful variety of AMERICAN
Itntniieett WATCHES, CLOCKS, and elegant de,igne
iit',IEWELRY. SILVER WARE, de.
?O. 'Market Street. Philadelphia,
GRAND AND SQUARE PIANOS
• Whioh to* Power and ca Pomo.; of tone. easy and agree
able now!, and beauty of hnh‘h, have boon by the heat of
,- , fraige.•;, pronounced unnvalkd
All of their large 7 netare Pinn,. are eohitructed after
their new improved of erstrung Grand Seale. with all the
hued[ imprr t enient,
Second finmi Piancn+ at great flamains, at prievs rang
aat from SY) to '2: , 0 As Agent for linabe& Co., Ima en
4 1,441 to seP. at thr• It, F or further p ar .
tlotilltrAappl3 to C TIUNTINO, Agent,
july - 2,;.1y Charolaa,.buri. Pa.
rrmv STS SnN, have reveiv f.a up and of
THIRTY FIR'T • PIiF3iII M.
wohl medals - in Washington, Nen- York Cin
eineati. Chicago, Detroit and other eitic.
AT TIII:WORLD's PAIR
h.. 141 in Losma. P.P.2, at whirl] 201 Piama n ere on En
tolun,n tram rill par, t.l" the world, the FIlt,T PRIZE MED
AL nas awarded to Sll.l \ 1A A STT.%•i, fnrpairtrful.elenr,
bratia,l. and spapatlia.n. r,ar. 'colt ,reelleneraf workman
For further partienlam apply to S. S. SHRYOCK.
Agent for Steinway & ChamberF4urg; Pe, julyl9
GBUNTING. TEACHER OF MU
• 'SIG: takes great pleasure in announcing to the
CT' en of CiLimbergiiirg, that he is prepared to give in
• nn do the PIANO, MELODEON. or CABINET
nlttiA.N. nod in.t respectfully solicits a liberal share of
gatnaiage. Those not in .he possession of Pianos
,V, obtannne.tra(lloa4=bbi bonne, and the neribf a Plane
theme of JcisiN Mum- ga.,n , treet near Serorid.
l'<rans rett•onab!e nnty3lAy
THE MASON 1 1 / 4 : HAMLIN CABINET
oRG A Ns. n roc ddrerent style., adapted to fllemi
1 , 1 .eruliar mush.; for SA) to . SSIX) earl). THIRTY
FIVE GOLD or SILVER MEDALS, or other first pre
miums ntrartio d thorn. 11111 troOol Catalogues free. Ad-
Rtes, MASON & HAMLIN, WOrTO3. or MASON
dlti IT HERS, NiIN , Y
1 0 1) I N E'
OR. II ANDERS .1.. CO'S
Chetni , t4 and 91 , i11314 have long wmght tL dis.F. , ll%e
ithoat a solvent so it could he Lam' into the
5314.111 in apt, elate; hums ing NH well that if this could
h. , done they n unlit box° WI 1,111111 4 1 , fir many dc.ease•
now cervidc•red tar urddr.
A tier ttficcn y ears of at lent:fie research and experiment,
thh most important discovery was made by Dr. H. AX
uEn•, a Gerimm Chemist and Physician, and a niernbeiof
the ywheai raculty of New York.
SA RATOCrA SPRINGS
Contah only a (motion of the quantity of lodine there in
in tld preparation. et the s irtue of the fluter le due prin.
elpally to this element.
eiTeot apes the 03 , tetn in indeed - wonderful TIER
EDII A 11Y DISEASES. '• txmn in the ss stem,'" arri — nstl s,
i..tt...1 by ;IN 11,. el RON/C DISEASES, 110 matter of
hon long standing., often yield to Ito hUillie iufluvuee. A te
,mlllllng al cites- snth the Rico!, It retaliris and purlfits
that s n.tl Auld sitilding strength and rigor to all parts of
tie Lode, 'rhe tho-t wonderful Mict . C.l. has rationed stn
o.e to ell lortn,of , ll , ea, - oriamatlna. in
A 13AO STATE OF THE BI,o01)
II .1 ,
2,110 f IA
I. II LW- SAI,I
KID \t:l I)NEA-4L,
rt bas requarkrinle cures.
THE STORIN. OF RIM/OKI:N
Editor of the Bthle Examiner, pill - dishes in that inaga/ine
the r.mnarhable care of his 11011. by the axe of [Jr Aialeir.'
hod 11 Vater. after all other retnethe, had been trod in
vain. 11 ,, Ns), •• Gratitude to God, and a sense of 4,1,11-
zation to Dr. An4ll , r, have made tne iniert thtroi.
Na t ow
" fly only ^on, George I'. Starr, 110," thirty ses en year,
tel 1. hate !Wen ifinifll.4lor ROMe dozer, years, inure fur loss
tt ith painful qwellings and intlunneations in various parte
of his tm.dy ; ollentinaw set.. iningly, he wolf near to death;
then a respite fora but • only flv a return of the dis
ease with ann.. violence, For the past three years he has
had MI open sore on his breast, and latterly one near hie
collar bone. An )111 ulceration in hit throat, that wai rapidly
itterea , ing. if) Hutt dissolution appeared inevitable. In
this condition he applied to bet AlinEtts & CO. By the
else o r the lodine Water the ulceration in hie thniut dim.
appeared in a short time. Continuing' its use, in lest than
Into months be att apparently healed and tins general
health much intprot ed." Mr. Storrs has bine', billy reaar•
certificate IS FULL, and muny others, with a treat
ise 013 the nature and lbws of lodine, will be cent FREE to
any person lending us their name.
Price 81.00 per bcatle, 4r f; bent by ElTF4 e ill
ti) all part, tft the eettutry.
1)11. H. ANDERS & CO., Phyniciann and Chemhas
.12t 1 Brozolorty,l. , or York.
S.,hl by Druwgies rnemlly
J ACOB 'E. RIDGWAY,
fia. 57 S. Third Street, two doors abare Chevtaut, Root
Stocks bought and sold on Commisslon.
Compound interest Noteit bonght and cold,
Government Loans bought and suld., ‘
lincurrent Money exchanged.
United Staten Revenue Stumps constantly ou baud, or
ders by mail promptly filed.
Discounts un fuLlowing amounts: 2 per neat oa $ 2 ;
3 per cent on $100; 4 per cent on e3OO and upwards.
elplineddisiaggiskitti v l Ottithasitatt,'
GELWIUKS & BURKHART
Lave on hand the
LIROES STOCK OF MERCHANDISE
b a t ow n, and sell g oods
WHOLESALE AS CHEAP
as any house in Philadelphia.
GELWICKS & BURKHART
manufacture every- description of
CANDIES AND CONFECTIONARY,
and sell strictly- at CITY PRICES.
0 - IL! OIL! OIL! OIL!
GELWICKS & BURKEIARy
KEROSENE AND LUBRICATING OILS
13.5 cheap as it can be bought at Pittsburg 'rid, freight
added, and cheaper by 3 to 4 cents per gallon
with freight added than it can be
bought in Philadelphia
d,- Country blerchaut4. notice this fact You can do
better in Oils with this firm than either city, as we buy In
large quantities expressly for wholesaling,
GEL` ICKS & BURKHART
have just received a line of superior -
FRESH GREEN. AND BLACK TEAS.
G ELWICKS & BURKHART
Lave a large supply of
G ELWICKS & BURKHART
keep a great variety of
SPICES AND FRESH BAKING ARTICLES
rr All Spices ara ground on their own mill and pre•
pared in their own gore, pur and fresh. no adulteration.
rVELWICKS 4, BURKHART
- keep a large — stock of
TOBACCO /OW SEGARS.
and will MNII thpd wholesale at city pr;rzt.
aELNVICKS & BERKIIART
keep an immense stock 'of
NOTIONS AND VARIETIES
kept in all cttuntry iitures, and y,ll l ,crt them a
cheap as city bodies.
G ELWICKS & BURKHART'
has e a large stork of
COFFEES, ei WARS, S I'IWPS, MOLASSES,
FISH arhi S ALT. at whhlesale prlees.
VI czpia.”. tonic business to pay ibem by !riling—a
amount of gods, And mg by !argHprofits.
G EL WICK S LV: BURKHART
have r. , ,ived a lame lot of
and a carkt) CR ACKER!: fresh from the bakery.
GELWICKS & BURKHARVB
Whuleeale and Retail
GROCERY AND CONFECTIONERY
to nn ssesioi Skrr hence, n Queen and Market fits..
F ACTS' FACTS.. .I•ACTS!!!
E. D. REID
imvine ju-t returned from theZeistern cities,
is now opening a large opal general
City Cured Hams and Dried Beef,
Prime No. 1 and 2 Shore Slacken%
in barrels, hallbarrels, wieners and kite.
Haire-de-(blur. Smoked and Salt Herring.
Pickled Shad (tcithout bonen),
Canned Fruits and Jellies.
Bannanas, Pine Apples, •
Raisins and Nnts,
And last, but riot least. the largest and
best assortment of
GLASS AND , 4,IUEENSWARR •
out of the city of Philadelphia.„
of all the improved potent patterns. Ale,.
CORK-SEALED GLASS AND STONE JARS._
besidestusfi thousand five hundred articles
net above named, and all of
c,hich will be sold at a small advance, et the Family
GmeerT on the ;Goth-rant COTIIff of Main and
Washington stree.u, Clumhmbure.
Cash paidfirr Coantry Produce.
junefil E. D. REID.
MARKET HOUSE.—The uuderttigned
respectfully inform their numerous costomers and
the public generally that they have reopened their Gro
cery Store in the room formerly occupied by the Hoek and
Ladder Company, in the Market House, and take this
method of returning their thanks for the liberal patronage
heretofore extended to them. Their stock is complete m
every variety of FAMILY GROCERIES, consisting of
Ham, Syritps, Salt, Mackerel, Coffee, Sugars, Teas, To
baccos,l3rushes, Brooms, Buckets, Cords, Twines, Glass
ware, Queensware and everything heretofore kept at their
former place of business. 'they will always keep a slain
dent stock on band to be enabled to meet the demands of
tbecommonity. COUNTRY PRODUCE taken In ex
change for goats at cash market prices. Don't forget the
place, (Market House.) three doors from the corner, on
Queen Street. [mural] HUBER & LEMASTER.
SPRECHER'S, , GIIOCERY STORI.-
;the undersigned has the largest stock of FAMILY
GROCERIES in town, which he otters to the public at the
lowest CASH PRICES. It is not necessary to enumerate,
as Ida stock is large and complete.
Highert pricespaid for COUNTRY PRODUCE in
exchange for goads .faug:3l] CYRUS SPILECIIER.;
IF YOU WANT GOOD GOODS AT
the lowest priee*, 'all at the Family - drocery of E. D.
KEID, opposite Dr. Suesserott's.
IMP - ORTERS
-- WINES AND LIQUORS.-
L A IT M A BALLADE &C 0.,
SO. 1 sorro NO 9THELI.,
Baran Ch.e..onu.: and ifVnut Str,o Philadelphij
GEO. M. LAUMA:.,
A. N. sm..r.AuE,
a. D. Birmo,
FEMALE COMPLAIN r 4.
rEvER AND AGLT
E 1 1 ,4 2 bOttl , MPAI.I with green wax k i th the inSlirAw td" tb4
SUPERIOR OLD MADEIRA WINE
PINE SHERRY, CLARET AND
AND AS AEFORTUENT OF
FINE BRANDS OF CHAMPAGNE
OSBORNE & CO.'S
VERY MR ASD DELICkTE
Egc , l.l bottle sealed with }-host wax w:th the Initiabiathe
OLD RYE WHI-SKEY;
OLD WHEAT WHISKEY,
RE A DING Nv 14 E , S.
LAUMAN, BALLADE 6 CO.,
No. IZ4 Speak NikiA Streit, Philatidphia.
aur , titTurs
METALLIC. - ARTIFICIAL LEGS--
Somethin new. Sad for • pamphlet. __
—4 ang 2 Ain] S. W. WESTON, TN Broadway. New YOU.
at a reduction on former figures.
• RIVESE, GARDRAT & CO.'S
SUPERIOR COGNAC BRANDY,
VINTAGE OF IRIF,
IIiPWITED In '
LkUMAN, BALLADE S. CO.
His prices will be found to be as low if not lower than
at any other Ahop.
LItERY.—He keeps on hand a stook of good saddle
and driving Horses and Carriages of different kinds for
hirnat reasonable rates. •
OLD PORT WINE, maya 11;85
P. FIENRY PEIFFMI
LAIMIAN, BALLADE & co..
N0...:121 South tiinth Street, Philadelpli4.
Elrg ault ,fanclr doobo.
D R Y
ECKEL If GILBERT, 4
Nearly Opposite to areeartwalt's Hotel,
Have just opened with an entire new, stack of Dry Goods
• and Notionsof all kinds, which they have selected
with great care to adapt them to thii.market,
and which' ill be sold at the lowest
All grades of Calicos,
Lupen's best All• Wool d'Laines,-plain and pr rated,
- Black Alpacca,
Silk Crepe Plaids,
Fancy and Plain col/Arum:ea,
Shepherd Plaids, all styles,
Lupen's beat French Merinos, all colors,
Mourning Goods, all styles,
Plain and Printed Flannel;
Gilbert's Opera Flannels, all colors, -
• White, Red, Grey and Yellow Flannels,
Ladies' Cloaking Cloth; all kinds,
Skirting Muslin, bleached and brown,
Sheeting Muslin; bleached and brown,
Fancy and Plain Cashmeres, French and American, •
Sattinetts, Tweeds, Jeans, Venting; &c.,
Linen Table Clothe, Towels and
• Napkins, in every style,
Ladies' Corsets, all prices.
:Ribbons, Laces, Raffles,
-- PM; Needle; Jr.o.,
ALSO, A GREAT VARIETY OF
BALMORAL AND HOOP SKIRTS.
Remember, No Old Goods at ECKEL &GILBERT'S
Nam Stare. Cab and examine. au4r3o
E 11 0 V L!
W3l. WALLACE & CO.
have removed thfAr Dry Good Store to the stand occupied
by them previous to the fire, on the
- Corner of Main and Queen Streets,
and are in receipt of a , large lot of Goode, bought at reduc
ed priced, at the late New York Auctions, to which they
invite the attention of the public.
To 'perfons in want of Dry Goods we say now is the time
To the ladies we offer a largi...assortment of Drees
Black and Fancy Silks,
Plain and Fancy, Dele.ree, &c.
We have a good assortment of Carpets. yettinc, Oil
ChAlle, which we will sell low.
Ea'-Call soon and get bargains. at
tine2B WM. WALLACE & CO'S.
314tit0, - Capo anlf Into.
0 TO DECHERT%S
" BUY YOUR HATS AND CAPS,
tae u ill sell yeti a
- , Better Quality,
More Semireable and
Yiner Looking Hat
FOR LEI.S MO ES,
than can be bought elsewhere.
FRESH ARROTAL.—Now is the time
to buy your Fall and Winter Goode, and W. W,
PAXTON'S. in the Market House, is the place to get them
cheap and good. A very fine assortment of
Mens' tine and coarse Boots, Balmoral+ and Gaiters.
Ladies' Glove Sid. Morocco and
Coarse Shoes and. Gaiters.
Misses' and Childress' Shoes and.Galtre - ni
of every style. Also
HENS' AND BOYS' HATS AND CAPS
at prices to Alit all. The best Horne-make of Hats to be
had. B . llne - awortment of
Trunks Carpet Bags.
• _ V/tlipl3, Canes,
eonstuatly on hand. Call and ezamine our stock before
purchasing. In the Market House, 012 Seeona street.
F A LI,: S T Y'LE
HATS AND CAPS.
DECHERT hrui ja,t received the
FALLSTYLE OF HATS,
Sellinf4leaper than the Cheaper.
C.II and stet bargains.
LADIES FANCY FURS, AT JOHN
FAREIRA'S OLD EISTABLIBRED FUR ILLWV
ractouS, Na. i PI Arch Street, abort ith, Philadelphia,
have now in my . store of my own Impartation and Hants
facture, one of tile largest and meet bamalfat selections of
FANCY FURS. for Ladies' and Children's Wear, in the
City Also a fine assortment of Gent's Fur Gloves and.
I am enabled to dispose of my goods at very reasonable
prices. and I would therefore solicit a call from. my friends
of Franklin county and vicinity.
17.a' Remember the Name; Number and Street 1 "
718 Arch Street. aborellh, south side, Philadelphia.
I have no partner, nor connection with any other Stare
in Philadelphia. sep27-4.m.
T HE - PATENT RESORT HAT
_SHAPES AND COLORS, -
at LOW PRICES, at
an Se,on‘t StrPet near the Wagithgton House.
,[EN'S BOY'S AND CHILDREN'S
151 HATS of every mtsle tr , be had cheap at
THESHERIDAN RESORTE HAT,",
a nice article, at PAXTON'S: -
HO'L - ESALE AND RETAIL!
ROPES & TWINES.
The underaig - ned having purchased the entire Stook and
Fixtures of the Rope and Twine Manufactory of J. P.
Grey, deed, respectfully announces to her friends, and the
former patronesof the establishment, that she will continue
to carry on the business, in alldts various branches, at
THE OLD STAND,
on Franklin street, Chambershurg. where she will be pleas.
ed to receive the calls and ordens of,the public.. All kinds,
and qualities of
. ROPESA:ORDAGE, TWINES, &C.,
always kept on haild or made to order of the best materiel.
and furni3ed ut!rresonable prices. In connection with the
above buslnes.v,she - is aim prepared to mantafaeMze
HAIR. HUSK, AND OTHER
as well as Home Blankets mad Fly Nets Ofsupertor qutd
ity and etyle. Persons in want of superior articles in the
above line are requested torall. arsendtbeir orders, which
attended to promptly.
dictll.ly • MARY Y. GRAY.
CARR I A GE MANUFACTORY.—The
undersigned would respeormlly inform the public that
he has renamed the Carriage making business at the old
stand of PeilTer & Foil., on the dourer of Market and Sec
ond Streets. where he is prepared to make to order any
kind of CARRIAGES desired. He will also keep on hand
and for tale all kibls of vehicles such en BAROUCRESI
CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, &a.
He will al so give particular attention to repairing Vehi
cles and as he has none but the beet of workmen in bin
employment be reek aFsured that hie work will give sat
- I . T. DEL ACROIX,
0 • NO. 37 South SECOND Street, above Cheatnnt,
Having received by late arrivals, all the newest and
most attractive Styles of Carpetings,—l mot PREPARED TO
OFFER at-the LOWEST PRICES WHOLESALE& RETAIL.—
John Crossley & Son's English Tapestry Brussels; Low
ell & Hartford Three-Ply and Extra Super Ingrain Car
pets, with a large assortment of medium and low priced
CARPETINGS, WINDOW SHADES. OIL CLOTHS, &c.,
J. T. DELACROIX.
No. 37 South SECOND Street, between Chestnut &
ugl6.3m ' Market, PHILADELPHIA.
VETERINARY.—PETER YosT, would
respectfully Inform the Public,: that he Imt,removed
to within two :idles North of OhambereburiVabisor a fourth'
mile tram LehmanL Mill. 'ahem Ite liprepartet tdattend,
to all calls upon him for the treatmt. of DISEASED
lit IRSES AND CATTLE. He will be at home on Wed
nesdays and Saturdays of each wee . and is fully prepared
with medicine and instruments for e proper treatment of
any kind of stock.
REvEnrsons:-.John Haber„ Bev. m. geyder, Hew
Ebersole, John Ebersole, Barnuil Whitmore, Deyht,Hos.
letter, Hamm Lightner, and others whbfse tit& tiittia
G 0 0 D• S
1 h!ch b, if
NEW . DRyq_qTORE,
one door we&
ilttOWli i i HOTEL:,
WELL SELECTED STOCK-
alai all the beet
West End of Brown's Hotel
.c. H. CRESSLER, successor to HEYsmi & CR1033.
LEE, has opened in hienew . room, on Second-street, °ppm
site the Post Office, where every effort will be made to
sustain the popularity the old establishment had acquired
A continuation of the liberal patromagexhich the firm re,
calved is respectfully solicited. A lair stock of Drugs,
Chemicals, and Patent Medicines is new, offered. Also a
desirable assortment of
Po , ket Books,
I - Dentifrices,
and Fevre Articles in great variety;
KEROSENE, LAMPS.—Every description :At Hand
Lamps, Stand Lamps, Banging- Lamps and Site Lamps.
suitable for Kitchen use, , Parlor use, Store use and Office
THE BEST COAL OILIN 4'HE SIARKET.
Family Dyes of ail Colors. Everything in a Drttggiste
line of business.
OPPrescripticms receive epe td al, attention, and are
compounded with care and C", H. CREBSLER,
-Second Street, n •. the Pact Office.
_K_ENNE I DY C E'S M mopS
vzap DICAL DISCOVERY
Ayers' Chaff' Pectoral,
Winslow` Soothing Syrup,
R OCK ROSE, A
CHAMOIS SKINS, AT
MERCHANT'S GARGIAN;t3 . , A 2IL, AT
111 at SPANGLER'S.
pURE LIQUORS, AT
lottfßT AND COSTARS RAT ENTER
.IS DEINATOR, at SPANGLER'S.
COSTAR'S BED-BUG EXTERMINA
TOR, it • , SPANGLER'S.
°URN STARCH; FARINA AND CON
ceotrated at SPANGLER'S.
FINE PERFUMES.—The stock can't
be excelled. NIXON.
SOAPS.—Particular attention is . asked
to the worth:teat uttered at 't NIXON'S.
MEDICINES.—Fresh, and'cif the very
best quality, sold at . NIXON'S.
CALL AND SEE NIXON'S STOCK
of Fancy Articles.
THE NEW "MACHINES" --Nixon is
now putting up hie CATTLE POWDER In excel
lent style new labeL The Powder has no suPerior. Every
farmer or person owning a Hone, Cow, Hog or. Sheep
ehould have it.
MEETH.—If you want a good Tooth
-Brush and Fomething to keep the teeth clean, call at
THE CHANCE.. TO SELECT FROM
seventy dozen et Tooth Brushes is offered at
at laid out until now there bas nut been such a
stuck of fine Perfumery, Snaps, Brushes, Combs and Toilet
Article.; as NIXON corm.
- pINE POMADES, AND BRUSHES,
_a: at NLXON'S.
YOUNG LADIES CONTEMPLATING
marriage ebould call at NIXON'S for Toilet Articles
*Aram anb Parness.
JEREMIAH OYSTER respeetfhlly retffns 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 idhis
line, to give him a call at his new stand, on Main Street,
on the same site occupied by him previous to theilre, where
he keeps constantly on hand every variety of SADDLE
RY AND HARNESS of his awn manufacture, and he
Is prepared to sell the -same on terms that defy competi.
Son. Every article offered for sale is wanented to be
made of the best materiel and by competent workman,
which will befully demonstrated on art examination there
TRUNKS AND VALISES.,-13a would also call the
attention of persons wanting a gad. neat and cheap and
substantial Trunk or Valise to blaussortment. aprtll9 _
ADDLERS' HARDWARE.-C. H.
GORDON•bas just purchased in the East a large
stock of SADDLERS' HARDWARE • consieting of
Buckets, Ringo, Sifts, Humes, Bridle Fronts, Tacks. Riv•
eta, Rosettes, Swivels, Pad Screws, Gig Trees; Black
trimmed and full•plate seltudjusting Trees, Patent and
Enamelled Leather, Saddlers' Hair, Patent LeatherEtpl•
tans, Ornaments, Girth and Rein Web, o:?ck•eyee, Thread,
Trunk, Nails, Neck Protectors. &a, which he invites
Saddler's and others to call and esamine, and. which will
be sold at low rates.
CH. GORDON FIAS ON HAND A
. large aiSortment of Saddles, Harness, Collars, Bri
dlee, Halters, fancy Round Bridles, Wagon, Carriage
and Linen Nets of all Ends, from 81,60 to 157,09 ; Curry
Combs, Horse Cards, Mane Combs Brushes, Horse Boots,
Cow Hides, tied many other artlales not necessary to enc.
D EDIOVAL.I--C., x. GOEDON , has re
moved Me SADDLERY SHOP, to the stand occn•
pied by him prersions to the Am on Idanc•sTREET, a fen•
doors South otOrpezawdlt's-Hi/t4d 7 ,
TRV - NUKAArtrOliaS.
CA Aft it=utzn.
(NftkAbre.l4 l ; . fit7M l 4(
- • -‘ - -
EASTERN INN.—The underaiguea ha
ving lately purchaaed the large and commodious
Brick Building of Rec. 8. R. Fisher, fncwaeeWn with his
present placeof business, on the corner of Main street and
Ludni a Alley, is prepared to accommodate BOARD-,
ENS by the day, week or month. He is amply *tided
With STABLING to accommadate the traveling putdita-
Ravin g a large LIVERY STABLE. connected with the
Hotel, guests and the pablle generally can beftmaleitird
with Horses and Carriages at any moment, Pamoatvislt•
Silg Eltambersburg with their &Wiles will Bnd Ode thb
mosteannfortable Hotel lathe county ea it bps boss n '
,titted with entire new Fonda" a nd rooms imp=
aid Well ventilated. The TABLE is amply*
all the luxuries of the ocean% and the BAR,wLldt L de.
Welted from the Brick Building, will always be furnished
with choice and pure liquors. Every attention raid to the
- contrail of guests. jectlil[ GREENAWALT.
BROWN'S HOTEL—This Hotel. situ—
ated on the corner of Queen and Sewed Streets,
polite the the Bank, Court Room, and County Mom and to
the inimerlinte neighborhood of - States, Shapes and other
places of business, is conveniently situated fur ,cmmtry
ptkade having businesa in Cliandrereburg. The Banding
has been greatly enlarged and refitted fur the accommoda
tion of Guests.
TBET ABLE will alUays be famished with the - beet
the Market cat produce. ,
THE BAlt. will be supplied pure and tholpe Li
quors.THE STABLE is large and attendedwitha good and
' Every attention will be rendered to make Guest, Caw
fortable while sojourning at this Hotel.
febl JACOB S. BROWN, Preptetor.
NION HOTEL This old - .
established Hotel is now open for the accranus,odsitlou
- The ih•Optieter haring hmseti the three.story blociof bin
dings on !Queen Street, in the rear of his former stand, Le
prepared to furnish GOOD ROOMS fur the traveling anti
HIS TABLE cr 41 sustain its former reputation of being
°F/114ed 13171 h, re e taT, eidt'g,mmnartteet
main building, will al
ways hare choice and pure Liquors.
Gast warm STABLING fur fifty horses, with careful
Every attention will be made to render guests comfort.
able while solourniug at this Hotel.
janlB JNO. FISHER, Proprietor. •
VATIONAL HOTEL.--The Aubseriber
would respeetfally annonnce that be basso farcant.
}limed his Hotel building as to be enabled to open It
fur the accommodation of the public. The building is en
tirely new and built on the most approved plan for com
fort and moires leave. _
The BAR will always Itit Supplied with the best of li
He has also erected in nonnelitiVoi with the Hotel a large
and convenient STABLE, and is now prepared to furnish
FlLMling and Provender for any number or Horses.
Attached to the Stable (wider cover) are a pairof HAY
_AND STOCK. SCALES, to which the especial attention
of Farmers Drovers and Butchers is invited.
julyl6 DANIEL TROSTLE.
D - ACID H. HUTCHISuN
cos heinous- the Proprietor of the UNITED STATES
noTEL. near the Railroad Depot at HARRISBURG,
PA. This populat and commodious Hotel has been newly
refitted anti furnished throughout its parlors er.d elutmbers,
and is now read) for the reception of gtests.
The traveling public will Intl the United States. Hotel
the most conveniept, in all particulars, of any Hotel in
the State Capital, tin account of its access to the railroad,
being immediatfy between the two great depots in this
city. [Harrisburg, June 17, 63-tr.
, QTATES 'UNION HOTEL, OPPOSITE
ky We Lebanon Nalley and Pennsylvania Railroad He ,
putt, Harrisburg 12,:iy, Pa. This cons etkient and pleasant
Hotel is now kept by the findemieed. late of the Indian
Queen in Chambersburg. and he invites the patronage of
bin old friends and tbe public generally. Tema moderate.
oets-if JOHN NV. TAYLOR.•
A 3IERICAN LIFE INSURANCE AND
tl TRUST CO., Corner Fourth and Walnut Street*,
Philadelphia. Incorporated 1850. Charter Perpetual
Authorized Capital, $.300,000. PaidiCp Capital,423o,ooo.
Philadelphia, k'eb. 4,1864.
The Ton tees have this day declared • Dividend el
FIFTY PLR CENT, on all premiums received upon MU
ztJa. POLICID6 dunng the year ending December. 31st,
and in fort, ut that date, the above amount to be
.redited to said Policies. and have also ordered the dM•
dead of 181/0 on Policies Issued during that year to b.
paid, as the annual premiums on stud Policies are re
Secretary and Treasurer-John S. Wilson.
iumary—John C. Sims,
BOARD OF TRUSTEES.—Alexander Whilldin, J.
Edgar Thomson, George 'Nugent, Hun. James Pollock,
Albert C. Roberts, P. B. Mingle, Samuel Work, William
J. Howard. Hun. Juseph Allison, Samuel T. Bodine, John
Aikman, Charles F. Ileazllth Isaac Haziehtust.
WM. O. REED, Chambersburg, Pa., Is the authorized
Agent of the American Life Insurance and Trust Com
pany, and it always In-enured to furnish pamphlets or any
farm:Mott trantetl, and to take Insurances. -
Me. J. C. Mt:flaws and W. H. BoiLt., Medical /Iv
REFERENCES—Hon. A. K. M'Clare, Rev. 8.3. Nit-
COUS. J. S: Nixon, Chambersburg, and Wm. ld:Marshall,
Cashier of the Hagerstown Bank.
Persons desiring Information or wishing to insure will
please eall int. or by addressing the undersigned they Will
bp waited on in any parr of the Conhty or Spite.
mar 23 W. G. REED, Agent.
18 9 9 FRANKLINF R IR P E E IN R S P VI E JS U CE COM
PANY OF PHILADELPHIA.
On January ). 1865
Ivirra - rED PRERIUIts
L6?EB PAID SOME .1.82
L'cOME FOR 1865
PERPETUAL AND TEMPORARY POLICIES ON
Charles N. Reinter, Irene Lee,
Tobias Wagner, - Edward C. Dale.
Samuel Grant. - Geo. Pales,
Jacob R. Smith. Alfred Fitter,
George W. Richards, Fran. W. Lewis, M. D.
CHARLES N. RANCHER, President.
EDWARD C. DALE, Vice President. •
JAS. W. NA LLISTER, See'y pro tern.
DAVID OAKS is the authorized Agent of - the Com
pany in Chambersburg, who will furnish all information
necessary to applicants. maratf.
"SURANCE VA U " A " — -
'INSURANCE COMPANY OF NORTH
1. AMERICA. Incorporated 1794. Charter Perpetual.
CAPITAL itiioo.ool Office Mt: Walnut Street, Philm
dolphin. The prompt payment °Maims for Losses 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 loss by WAR MI
Persona trahing to insure will please call over addreMil
the undersigned. W. G. REED, Agent, Chambersburg.
As Agent for this Company, I am prepared to Cancel
all Perpetual as well as Term policies covering property
destroyed by the Rebels on the .10th of Jply, returning the
full premium paid on application at myolfica
W. G. REED, Agent.
REFERENce,s—J. D. Grier, J. Allison Eyster, Esq.,
Major J. C. Austin. Cul. A.K. M'Clure. - fel*
OUR AGENT.—Mr. JOON GROVE, of
Chambersburg, is the General Agent of the Freak
lin F,,ounty Mutual Insurance Company. . june7),
attOrrip,o at ?Late.
GM. WV S. STENGEit,
• NETS AT LAW.—W. 8. STEruniu. District At.
torney and Agent for procuring Pensions, Bounty Marley
and arrears In pay
Office In James Duffield's dreeDing, on the West side of
Seoond Street. between Queen and Washington Street'.
STUMBAUGH & GEHR. Arrourtris
AT LAW.—Oftiee opposite the Post Office. Will at.
tend t!runiptlr loan busmear entreated to their care.
P. b.—Authorized Agenta fur the collection of Pettalons,
Bounty, Bark Pay and all other cleans agaittatthe gOvera•
NYS EVERETT. Attorney at Law.
. Office on Market Street, oppOelte the Court
House. formerly occupied by Jer. Cook, Esq. MI legal
bunt❑esss entrusted to tile care will receive prompt atten•
lion. . •T•tf.
JOHN STEWART, AtTORNEY AT LAW
Office on Second Street, a tea doors South of the
Market House. PENSIONS, BOUNTY and other claim
promptly collected. (suet
TJ. NILL,- ATTORNEY AT LAW. 'Of
lice at his residence on Second street. octl9
B. KENNEDY.-ATTORNET AT LAW
• Office att Market street. oetl9
U FO N .,, D ART E ,th R ,
A L ,D l c C om fl iiss _ i ct o ;
m N zec E R A D
North Serum] Street, opposite the Cumberland Valley
Railroad Depot, Chambernbarg, Pa.
Cars run regularly to and aim Philadelphia and Sal&
AGENTS.—Peacock, Zell & Blackman, No. 808 IBar.
ket St., Philadelphia.
Lykes Valley, - Broken Egg and Nutt COAL, (ducat
from the !nines). Wllkeskarre and Pine Grove FOUNDRY
COAL, LUMBER, SHINGLES, SALT, PLASTER and
- Hancock CEMENT, kept constantly ore band. FLOUR.
GRAIN and PRODUCE of all kindsourcheseil at the
highest cash prices. . - .
Sept 9, 63. WITNDERLIC4 k NFAP;',
DR. H. R. FETTERHOFF, SuRGEO
DF.NTIST. Offlee .one dour West of the Telegraph
All Work entrusted to him will be promptly gig s— Med to
and warranted. , mayl7:6m•
DR. N. SCHI.OBBER'S Dtcrtiii. O 1
VICE 1113 Second Street, one Kure &nab 'ef
Market Home. Amen •
F INFROCK'S MARBLE WOR&
SECOND STREET. SOUTH OP QUEILN.
GRAMBEHSBURG. PA.- - -
240NUILENT8, EtEADSTONES, „-_
liannfechaed to order in the best style and of theUhelt
Duigna. Yom '