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Limo of Etabot.
WThiTER TIME TABLE. .P/PE TREYS DAILY"
to and frost -Pitlecklphia and Pittaborcr. O, and after
Monday, October 31.4: 1864, the Passesiger Trains of the
Pennsylvania Railroa I Company willdepart tram Harris-
Barg and arrive at Pt Ilasielphia and Attsbarg_as follows:
EAST WA I RD:
THROUGH EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Harrisburg
at 2.45 A. IL, and arrives at West Philadelphia at 6.55
PAST LINE leaves Harrisburg daily ((x^ePt Monday)
at e.OO and arrives at West Philadelphia at 12.40
P. Is. Passengers take breakfast at Lancaster.
MAIL TRALN leaves Harrisburg' daily (except Sun
day) at L 3) P. )1., and arrives at West Philadelphia at 5.•
35 P. M.
PITTSBURG AND ERIE EXPRESS leaves Harris
burg dab (except Snndays) at 11.55 Y.:4.. and writ C 4 at
Wept Pb I WI elPhili at 4.20 A. M.
HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, leaves
Harrisburg daily (except Sunday) at 4.00 P. M., aad ar.
rives at West Philadelphia at 9.30 P. N. This train has no
tonneaton front the :rat.
COLUMBIA ACCOMMODATION TRAIN leaves Hat
risburg daily (except Sunday) at 7 N., and arrives at
Lancaster at 9.15 A. M.: connecting (except on Monday)
aitlrtbe Fast Lino east.
PITTSBURG AND ERIE EXPRESS leaviiXarris.
burg daily (except Sunday) at "12.3.1 A. Y., Altoona 6.30
A. It.. take breakfast and arrive at Pittsburg at 12.40P.m.
BALTIMORE EXPRESS TRAIN /eaves Harrisburg
daily (except Monday) at 2.13 Altoona C. 15 A. it..
take btuakfast and arrives at Pittsburg at 1.40 P. M.
THROUGH. EXPRESS leaves Ilamileirg at 3.-
25 A. It. A.ltonna at e.1.7i A. it., take breakfast and arnses
at Pittsburg, at 2.40 P. M.
FAST LINE leave. Harrisburg daily (except Sunday)
at 4.00 P. M.: Altoona at 0.10 P. It., take supper. and ar
rives at Pittsburg at 2.00 A. It.
MAID. TRAIN litnves Harrisburg daily (except San.
day) at 1.40 Altoona at 7.5.1 P. 11., take supper, and
arrives at Pittsburg at I.IOP. M.
MOUNT JOY ACCOMMODATION west leaves Lan
caster at 11..11A. IL, connecting there with the Mail west;
leaves Mount Joy at ILSI A. M., stud arrives at Harrisburg
at I.OOP. M.
THE HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION -TRAIN
from Pittsburg, which arrives at Harrisburg ra 6.30 P. IT.
mops there, passengers for East of HArrisbargiby over us.
til 11.55 P. li. SAMTEL D. YOUNG,
' nal! Supt Middle Div. Penna. R. R.
NORTHERN CENTRAL RAILWAY
FALL TIME TABLE.—Four Trainr Daily to
and from Bakiatare and Washlngton City.
Connections made with tisinsim Perms) lvania
to and from Pittabarg and the Went.
F 0 ti 8 TRAINS DAILY to and from the hiiatli and
W.1./Ranch Susquehanna, Elmira and all of Northern
9rt.and after Monday. Oct. 17rh, 18134. the Passenger
TrainV' the :Northern Central Railway will arrive at :hal
depart urn liarrisburg wad 1141timore as :
BOUT W A R 1) .
MAIL TRAIN leaves Sunbury daily (except
Sunday) 10.25 A.X.
leasf . liarnsburg la.oo Y.X.
am at Baltimore 1.40
EXPRESS TRAIN eaves Sunbury-daily (ex
leaves Harrisburg (except
Monday).. 12.10 A.X.
arrives at Baltimore.... :0 0 0 A.M.
HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION leaser
SUNBURY ACCOMMODATION leaves Sun-
bury daily - (ex. Sunday) .
PHILADELPHIA EXPRESS TRAIN leaves
Sumbury daily (ex. Sunday - ) 9.03 9.11.
:VAIL TRAM: leaves Baltimore daily (except
Sunday) 9:20 A.M.
leaves Harrisburg.._......_. 1:35 P.M.
arrives at Sunbury 4:05 P.M.
EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Baltimore daily... 9:30 P.M.
arrives at Harrisburg 1:50 .s..st.
leaves Harrisburg Tally (ex•
" arrives at Sunbury
REM EXPRESS TRAIN lea, e, Baltimore
daily (except Sundays) at.
leaves Ilarrl-burg da3y kex
rept Sundays) at...
arrives at Sticibury at.
HARRISBURG- ACCOMMODATION leaven
Baltimore dally(ex. Monday 3:00
arrives at Harrisburg at 7:50 P.M.
SUNBURY ACCOMMODATION leav e s Mar.
riaburg daily (ex. Sunday). 4.00 P-M.
The Erie Express and Philadelphia Express are through
trains to and from Erie and all intermediate points., Mail
and Express trains nm through to Elmira.
For further information apply at the °Mee, in Pennsyl.
vania Railroad Depot.
J. N. Dt:BARRY, Gen. Surt
-1865. I 565.
PHILADELPHIA AND ERIE RAIL
ROAD—This eteat line trwrersek the Northern and
Northwest counties of Pennsylvania to the v of Erie on
Itbas been leased and is operated by the Pennsylvanla
Ralf Bond Company.
TIME of PASSENGER TRAINS AT HARRISBURG
Erie Mail Train
Erie E.a. Train ..
Elmira Esprem Train
Erie Express Train:....
Elmira Express Train:
Elmira Mail Train
Passenger cars run through eu the Erie 31E41 and Ex
press Trams without change both warertetween
phis and Erie.
FEW YORK CONNECTION.
Leave New* York at 7:00.p. w.,, arrive at Erie 3.40 A.
Leave Erie st 2•i, P. w„ arrive at New York 12, aeon.
100 Change of Car, Between Erie and Awn lort
Elegant Sleeping Cori all Night trains.
For information respecting PAssenmer business. apply
at Corner 30th and Market Streets. -
And-for Freight baldness iiMbe Company's Atlehts
S. B. Krs - Gsrox. Jr., Cor. 13th and Market Sts..
J. W. REYNOI.I*. Erie.
BROWN, Agent, N. C. MIL Baltimore.
H. 11. 110liSTON,
General Freight Agl. Phi
11. W. GWDS - ICER,
General T.( bet Ag't, Phildde!phui.
A. L. TYLER.
General Suy'r, WlWtt,3t,q,ort.
- OUNII3ERLAND VALLEY & FRANK-
N.) LIN RATLROADS.—CHANGE OF HOURS:—
Ott and after Mooday. October 21, 1864, Paq.enger Trains
will rnn traily. as: fc l lbere. (Snodayn excepted):
FOR CILLIIBERSBURG AND HARRISBURG:
/ Arrive at
- ' 6:30 10.10 2:46
" Mechauicsbarg 7:00 10:42 3:16
Arrive at Harrisburg 7:30 11:15 3.43
FOR CLIAMBERSBURG AND HAGERSTOWN :
A.M. P.M. P.M.
Leave Harrisburg 8:05 1:40 4:15
• Mechanicsburg 8:47 2:20 430
• Carlisle 9:27 2:38 5:15
--• " bleirville lose 3:34
" Shippensburg 10:33 4:61
Arrive at Chambersburg - 11:00 . 4:35
Leave Cbambersburg 11:10 4:43
• Greencastle 11:55 5:33
Arrive at Hagertowu 12:35 6:15
Milting close connections at Harrisburg with trains for
Plagtelphia, New York and Pittsburg, and with traiva
far all psints West
The Train leaving Harrisburg at 4:15 P. M. runs only as
far as Carltsle, 0. N. LULL. Supt.
R. R. OMoe, Cliamb'g, Oct 31, 186;
MT.ZNIO:SISTAGE LlNES.—Through fare on
ly ird,CiCi. Good Wages—careful drivers. Stiges leave
Mt. Union daily fur Shade Gap at 2 o'clock, P. N. -ma
king connection at Shade Gap with Chambersburg stages
on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday. Also leaves
Chambersbrug for Mt. Union at 7, A. M., on these tThys:
Fifty pounds of baggage, at the risk of the on net, al
lowed to each passenger. No responsibility for parcels or
packages of merchandize, or other thing tarried, unless
the person sending it has it entered by the, agent on the
m13 , 1/ill.
Stage °Zee in Hhambersburg, Bufer'S'S Mar.f.
H. R. SHEARER, Proprietor.
SHADi GAP, Anguist, 1565-ly
K NABE & C 0 '
GRAND AND SQUARE PIANOS
Which for Pcver and sweetness of tone, easy and agree-
able touch, arid beauty of finish, have been by the beet of
ludgeS, pronounced " unrivalled."
All of their large 7 octave Pianos are constructed after
their new improved overstrung Grand Scale, with all the
Second Hand Pianos at great Bargains, at prices rung
lag from $5O to 250, As Agent for Brodie it Co., lam en.
*bled to sell at their Baltimore prices. For further par.
Oculars apply to C. HUNTING. Agent,
Q,T E I WAX PIA NO S.—MEssits.
STEINWAY & Slept have received upwanlsof
THIRTY FIRST PREMIUM,
gold and ailver medals, in Washington. New York, Cin
cinnati, St. Lords. Chicago, Detroit and other cities.
AT THE WORIVIrFAIIL
held In Ecilvte/v, 1862, at which 11,0 Photos were on Ex
hibition from all parts of the v. odd, the FIRST Plll/.E3IED
-1 AL was awarded to STEINWAY & SONS, forpoverfut, clear,
.I . _ . brilliant and iryropralgaic tone, wi th ciallen“ of workman.
For farther particulars apply to S. 8. SIIIITOCK,
Agent. for Steinway & Son's, Cluunliersburg, l'a, julyl9
CHUNTING, TEACHER OF, MU
• RIG takes 'great pleasure In sanctioning to the
citizens of Chambersbnrg, that he is prepared to give in•
eruct:lon on the PIANO, MELODEON, or CABINET
ORGAN, and moat respectfully 6olicito a liberal share of
their patronage. Three nut to .he poeseuiun of Pianos
can obtain instruction at his home, and the use of a Piano
Residence of Jolt,: ]LULL, Queen street, near Second.
Terms reasonable. • map3l•ly
THE ALMON 6: HAMLIN CABINET
ORGANS, forty ditTerent.styles, adapted to sacred
and seoullar music, for $BO in $6OO each. THIRTY.
FIVE GOLD or SILVER MEDALS, or other flistspre•
name awarded them. Illuqrstted Catalogues free. Ad-
Bress, MASON ,S;
YO BonroN, or' MASON
dROTHERS, NEW RK, sep6-Iy.
moDyspEpTlCS.—Having been 011ie
ted fora number of years with Dyspepsia, I was
advised to try DR. WISR.ART'S MEDICINE far that
disease. I derived great benefit and "recommended it to
quite a number of toy Meads and who were also much
benetitted by it. and Whose testimonials can be had if nec
essary.- there been appointed by Dr, Wisbart as Agent
forlhe sale of his Medimne, wholesale or retail.
W. G. REED,
novß l Repository office, Ottatabrattratg 'Pa.
ING RODS GALVANIZED.
ETTER & ESETER are patting up Light:nits.
Rode of Galvanized Iron (all the rods are twisted from the
top to %a ground) which is far superior for dnrabilitv and
protection than the common straight Black Iron Rods.—
Thr rod being a more perfect conductor and
come.; cheaper. also Lightning Rods re redid good style.
Call and en-amino the Galvanized Ttobefore hating any
of the black Meals rut up, Store Room on Main street.
(100 K STOVES AND TIN WARE.-
kJ All Pattern qf Cook Stones, PaPThr and Wood SLOVG.
(fur burning wood or mil.) Tin, gliett Iron. Copper and
Brae, Ware 4811k:tads ermatantly on hand and fur sale
cheap. at ETTE & EYSTER'S, 3fairr Street, opposite
Epter & Brut: Store.
174 1 12LAES.E. OIL AND LAMPS.-ET
t EYSTER are selling very best - quality
of Krrasrne Oil nod Lamps. also Lamp Shades, of allyta
tem4 illtinmep, Wicks, Burners. Lamps of all kmd•
altered and repaired at .hers notice, at tluCr Store Room
CIOPPER \VOItK.-ETTEJ EYS
TER an. pn-pareti m male my size Copprr
fl - tarn, in fart anything m a de of
Copppr .ottl at the very Intreat Price. All kintl4 , 4' Cop
it . , mt.:lring dolt, stork all guurnoteetL
"LITTER & EYSTER ARE PREPARED
ILI to do all kip& of GAS•FITTING. PLUMBING and
BELL HANGING at short notice and work guaranteed
to give sanefaction.
E - LTTER EYSTER ARE PREPARED
to put up HEATERS ofallkinds. with portable and
Brag: Casing., Cuomo RANGES of all kiwis, with Hot
Ws:, Tani, and es err ennveniew e on may rant
Call and Nev. us before making any urninguineuis with
:k111,1.1:72, HAMILTON a CO..
tkrtx o removed to their Mammoth Stove
Eotubllslunco.t on the
S. E. CORNER Ut DI-410N11,
Nearly oppowc old 1.10n.',
where t'rlAy are prerareA to aceoulaaelate all Trlee may
Rant anDlnng in their line.
They keep for ,ale, at reduced prires, 01l the best pat
7 , 30 ...X
COOK AND PARLOR STOVE
NINE PLATE STOVES
They are roatly a.O ft. pin HEATERS 'lnto hilliZe
gIIN WARE, SHEET IRON WARE. &c.
of MILLI:IZ . LTI s lsl gn.r« nt 14.4
MILLER. JIAMILTO' & CO. put up SPOUTIXP.
G.V. Li; iTsixo RODS and do JohliViiir
U+ In prase. ;kit ,11,1111,t /M.
N i ILLER. HAMILTON & CO., HAVE
1. D.u,t o h ene.l on the S. E. Corn, of Diamond a
lame and well ne!ey ted assortment of HOUSE FURNISIT SIL
ING UOODS.suelt Cedar Tub< Budiet%, de.. 8..
kern Sitter. Coffer 31111 s. Kt , ire.' and Pqrks. Spwals,
They iiase a splemthi sMe). of Ker,sene Uil, Lamps,
Lamer. Lamp Slab. Chimney' Wiek.s and Iturners
of Beet ynal:tC ondam cheapest price,
HAMILTON & CO.. HAVE
..toek nr BRASS. ENAMELLED AND
YfIHCELAIN RE 'l TIES for ...Cie cheap.
They have Lard CaO. C.. 11 110(15, Shovels, Toney,
W.tre, , s ery fine and at srreatly reduced rates
6.455 F. It
6:03 J. M.
50 A. M.
TILLE. HAMILTON C0..,A . R
bought their hirgl. stock of wkx.di, before the ad:
vane*. in pr,re. East fir rdsh, and can and trill send
1:32 A. 3L
....4:40 A. N.
Thwi , inn:rr• n•ortk 41... fn.tn a Tin ,R.lf tr. a Tin Cal
cf,. a ,xl,att n., for your.,lvow.
FOR F()RT. CONVENIENCE
I:,,nalny and if untlaley,
TIVENICAN'S LONDON KITCHENER
1:I - ROPEAN
1:1-4 Mt'. IN VF:NTEI.,
C 11 AZ•i: 1.111)3II'SON..
:V. S7t.;nt d Se., Pialarl47phia
Iron fotindeN. and 3fPnufacturent Stows,
Tinned and. Enan.e!led Wares', Se..ritig-23.611z.
ATCII ES. CLOCKS, JEWELRY. &(.
, I , ta ,ell•neleeed a,,,orttnt nt of gukA,
7:37 3 273
P. 17 4,20
Oppuilr thc Post ()Pr, on Second Street
tri,ere “id I hopo many new emstan,r. n .!; find
tr.,lunne }IV pl.l r.Sock futs - Ing. rt •
ztud.lenly on the 3004 of July last, I nu. e , .m•
iw!led to lJny im
Entire New Stock of Goads,
,vh.cli are of the !ateot 1431,1 and patterns, convir,ong Of
Gold and S.lver (Imported and American)
Gent's and Ladle: Watches',
Jewelry of tine and medium qualities,
Napkin Rings, ,
Fruit and Butter Knives
Gold Pens of ette-qu.nlity, _ _
Razors, Strops and Brushes,
Sliver Plano'. spoOns, Forloi and Batter Knives,
and Tooth Brushes,
Redding and Pocket Combs,
Large and Small Willow Baskets,
The assortment of CLOCKS is large and as:very ea•
I bare nu hand the HENRY ItEPEATEM RIFLE,
%Odell can he fired fifecen tiftrs in that many seconds.
Everybody should hare one 11.1. self defence.
The public are invited to call and examine them.
PISTOLS on band and orders filled fur any kind that
may be wanted.. Cartralges of all sizes kept on band.
Prom lung experience I can adapt Spectacles to the sight
of the old as well an middle aged. riiII'ECTACLES AND
EYE GLASSES in Gold, Sill er and Steel Frames al
ways on band.
'laving the agency for the sale of the celebrated BUR
GLAR AND FIRI,PROOP SAPD.'manuMetured by
Farrell, Herring S Co., I will All orders at the menace.
tares price. All Information In regard to them given.
The public are invited to call and examine the stock.
Watrlies, Clocks and Jewelry repaired ut low rates to
salt the times
decJ,4 EDWARD AMMO:BAUGH.
G OLD, SILVER & PLATED WARE.
• Sleond Stn,t, to IrtrAltington. Hotel HuiZiliog,
Has just returned from the city with a large and cheap
tdoek of goOdg, to which hi-invites al; to COME• and exam
ine before purchasing elsewhere. His stuck consir-Or of
HOLD AND hILVER WATCHES,
of the lainst style*,
Gold rind Silver Claris,
Ear and Finger Rings,
Sleeve Buttons, Strata, etc.,
'Fable and Tea iirmas, Friths, Naphia Rings. Dirtier
; tin / eatr ..1,1,d to my /dock a large assortment of
thirty hour and right day CLOCKS, all of 1r hich will be
sold lon'. floods warranted as represented.
!.:76 , Thankful to Illy ninny Mends and murmurers for
their lily ml patronage. would most respectfully ask of
them turrntinuanrxr of the mine.
ang194.11 F. G. DITMAN.
MARSHALL. & CO.,
oiTcr.ssoug To F. J. FOSEY,)
Would respectfully faforra their friends and the public
generally that they have lust returned from the ritle.s with
a large stoek of New nad Beautiful Goods—eonsixting o
FINE GOLD AND SILVER WATOIIES AND
JEWELRY OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
SILVER and PL,I'PED WARE, SPOONS. FORKS,
LADLES. KNIVES and CASTORS;—Seissots, Pocket
Kok es. Razors, Razor-Straps.—flair, Tooth, rind Nall
Itritsbes—Porket Books, Combs of every kind, Leather
batehc IS, and a General Variety of FANCY Goons.--
A Large Assortment of SPECTACLES TO SUIT ALL
5 71 1 Aa E 11
SOLID SILVER WARE, -
and superior SILVER PLATED WARE. octll-3w.
APPLES.—E. D. REED having procured
from the best .orehartla to this enmity a variety Of
Choice, se:eet. hatel-piehed Apples, with which he is pre
pared to supply the town, prererring the supplying of his
recomen Emit. . t 00,N
T FEE' QUAKER CITY
N. E.. Con. TENTH ANP CHESTN CT STREET,
The most complete and thoroughly appointedllnKines ,
or Commgrelal College in the COlllitry.
The only one in the city poencodng a Legislative Char
ter, and the only one in We United States authorized to
confer Degrees of 3ietit Diplomas awarded to graduates
in the Commercial Course under its corporates eoy au
thority of law.
Conducted by gentlemen of liberal education andexten
sive experience in business, and affording unequalled ad
vantages for the thorough theoretical and practical edu
cation of ybung men for the various duties and employ
menti of business
THEORY AND FRAPTioE COMB ED
bya eiTtem of
ACTI'AL BUSINESS tRALNING
original and pre-eminently practical, giving the student in
the shortest time a complete insight into the routine, de.
custotut and tirms of business in - general, is conduc
ted in *het/est-regulated commercial and financial estab
urun a new plan, with an original expuotion of tile science
of aixounts, arranged and published by the proprietor of
this Institution exclusively for his sm a use, Dg-une.
half the ordinary labor of the Ituttelit, soil giving hamls.
complete knowledge of the prdetiee of the best account
THE COMMERCIAL COURSE
Bookkeeping, Commercial Arithmetic, Penmanship, Bu.si
nets Corrrspondrute, Commercial Lam Leeneeruog
Runge's, Affairs, Commercial Customs, Forms
• and Actual Business Practice.
igelra mil the 11 igher Mathematics, Piattioaraphy,,9r
mimeutai Penintmstitp, the Art 'ttf Detecting Cows
terreit .Money, Engineering, lint - crying, 'Na
vigation and Teregraphing.
_ The arran ,reznent4 for Ti lezrupliing are far in advance
of any thing of the hind ovel offer,' no the public. reg
taw Telegruith Line it. Vl:Dlleetell 44 I:II the ilibtitlltil:ll with
tn•etuy . b[nuchuttla'sin ‘aridrei yam of the city, where
ru bite Inminesi i. inneurted and in which the students of
this Ihstitatlon are permitted t i vrartice. in regular ut
nee prnetn a can be hail in any other ..ctiottl of ihstructiott
in the country. mthout nhicb no one eon obtain a roSit101:
:l4 a inractieal operator. Young men..Lre cautioned no:m.o
the. dreepti, e rejav-wntations of the.e x hu, without any
thadlities, i•rehnlnt inn teach
I . lll,ln<lititiiiii I% non VIII") ing the Itltaela patronage
even lw , lanna upon mly oninnereuil anln..l in the State.
Over five huudre l ?ancient, were in attend-ewe the lirtt
year, and over set ea hundrrd during the hn.,t year. The
be.„; 10010011 may invariably be found here, and
all il , as...eiatnnn. mrtint elasa.
'rbe in,titutiou I n the must centrsl part If the
eit3, and it. accutntnodatinui, for extent, elegance and
ennvenieuee, are tuty,trot.sett, All the Inure been
find up in the Verk hen bty/9 With
BUSINESS OFFICES OR cortyrrAG HOUSES
TELEGRAPH OFFICES, STATIONERY :*I',IP.F.
.VNI. A REG VLAI:
BANK OF DEBOsle AND ISSUE
suppliod Irith finely•mrrared hthographir notes used as
a otrealiaing me•lram in the Department of acquit!
TO YOUNG 3 ir,:c
ho des:re the N cry beet fartlan , for a
PRACTICAL EDUCATION POI: ILIUSINEhS
e guarantee a course of ihstruction nv where else equal
led. while the reputation and standing of the Institution
among tulneet , men mal - e its endorsement the Test m.-
4wt to sack-vin and. a4vancement. All contenuplaraut
termg any C,ommercull College are invited iu ...ot no an
iuxsTRATED CIRCULAR A.', CATALOGUF
e ,, atairtiltr MlTTtete interior Views of the Colleze, and full
partL W:tr. o fll-, non,.....tingtrnrtion ton,. .14,.
L. FAIRBANKS, .1.y., Pre..A..nr.
T. C SEARI.,II,
sp, t -tal Teacher arld Off, Bug,. es. novl .11n
lIELMBOLD'S EXTRACT RUChU
THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR
Tim ONLY KNOWN I: FiII DV FOR
THE ONLY KNOWN REMED: I (4!
11II:ITATIONfLF TILE NECK OF THE, iI ADDER,
- OF 'IIIE KIDNEYS. CA
TARIM OP Tilt: MADDER. STRAN
OVARY 01: PAINFUL
rrr these diseases it is truly a sovereign remedy. and
to much eannot be said In fin praise. A single date ims
been known to relieve the most urgent nymptoms.
Are pin tumbled with that dist,..sinc pain in the small
of the buck and through the lops A teaspoonful a day
of Henan,ld's 'balm will relo•s e you.
rin•,iCIAXS .kNr) oTuEr.s
1 make an seeret of ingredients. Relmbold's ExtrtuU
Bimini Is composed of Ituehn, Cubelet, and Juniper Ber
ries, selects" with mat care, prepared in seems and acs
smrding. moles of
PLIAILMACY AND CHEMISTRY
Thex• inzredients are knoreu as the most valuable DI
Is that which acts 1111°1111m kidney&
fiEIABOLD'S EXTRACT Iit;CISIT -
Is pleasmt in taste acKlalor. free from all injurious pro-
TeTtles, nod immediate in its notion.
FOB TILE SATISFACTION OF ALL,
See *edictal Properties contained in Dispensatory or the
U. of which the following so a correct copy:
Bums. Its odor t strong, ilirtsive. and somewhat
aromatic. its taste hitterbb. and amilogotts to that .4 mint.
It is elderly given 3,1 •itnyinints of the Urinary Organs,
as I travel, Chronic. Catarrh of the - Bladder, morbid
irntat ton of the Bladder and I _rethra.ilist , ne 4 of the Pros
tate. and Retention or, the incontinenee of rrine, from a
role , a tone in the parts egalevrillvi in its evacuation. It has
beet, reeolorm..l.l in Dygiwitsin. Cb 1,1111•
AireCtiolls, and Dropsy.".
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION
See Protei.sur Dewees' ralnnblc worto ea the Praeht e of
Al* mmarks made hy the relebrutettyr. Ph) ste, of Phil
14, any and all Standard Works on 31.slielos,
FROM TILE LARGEST MANUFACTURING CRC
MIST LN TILE WORLD
lam acquainted with H. T. Ilehnbold, occupied the
ilruir store opposite my residence. and was sticoessful in
conducting the business where others had nut been equal.
ly so before him. I have been favorably impre...sod
his character and enterprise.
VII. WEIGHT:HAN. (Firm of Powers & Wel(ttman.)
Ninth and Brown btreets, Philadelphia.
(From the Philodn. Earning' ll!Wain : 3farc7lOrh.l
\Ye are graiifle•d to hear of the motioned mance., in
:Nen. Yorli. d our townsman, 31r. H. 'f. Hrtntodel , 1)1Ut.
gist. Ills store. next to the Aletropolitan lintel, Is 2 feet
front, 239 feet deep, and five stories in height. ft ie.eer•
Minty a grand eetabliohment, and speaks farombly of the
merit of hi, articles. Ile retains his Oftire and I.4„horat o ry
in tilt! City, whleh are ahor model establishments of their
The proprietor has been indneed to teaks this statement
from the filet that his remedies, thong:i silt erased. are
• GENUINE PREPARATIONS,
Amp lancing dint the Intelligent refrain from using nna -
thing. pertaining to Quackery, or the latent \Atilt hie ,r
-der,—most of which are prepared by seltekt led Doctors,
Ivho are 051 ignorant to rend a physielan'ii simplest pre•
xeriptio,, intieli lest competent ht prepare Pharmaceutical
TOESE PARTIES RESORT
to crerinus means of eOYrtinß sales, .neb n• copying parts
of advertisements of popular remedies and finishing with
The Seletar'or Medicine stands SIMPLE, PCIIE ANTI)
MAJESTIC, buying Pact Ibr its Basis, induction fir its
Pillar, Truth alone tor its Capital.
A WORD OF CAUTION
Health is Mee important; and the rellicted should not
use an advertised medicine, or any remedy, unless its can.
tents or ingredient/tare known to others Insides the ra n o u.
lecturer, or until they are masked of the qualifications of
the parry so offering.
FLUID EXTRACT .
tuttl I'APROVELI W.ASAL
Established upwards of Ili years.
PREPARED ET IL T. lIELMISOLD. -
RELMBOLD'S DRUG & CRE3IICAL AltEllOt
594 Broadway, /Vert. rorA,
And WELMBOLD'S ;MEDICAL DEPOT,
104 South 10a Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
9OLD BY ALL lIRTTINITSTS (mn I 1r
eig friaddiu Repositoir, ilmmbeTeburg, pa.
*Where Outing', Sct
HARD W ABE.
RESER S. TOLBERT
nearly onoalte their old place of basineas,
with an extensive Mock of Hardware, Cutlery, &c,
ron•dykling in part of .
Special attention is called
13uSh%ts and Contractors, -
prepared to furnish In any unaatity,
every - thing in their line.
Call and examine on! stook. - aprill2
COACH AND SADDLEBY
The subserther respectfully informs his friends and the
publitt, that he Mlttitlttel to carry on the above business,
at his old stand, on Main Street. opposite the German Re
formed Church. cHANISERSBURG, PA. -
11twinx enlarged his business, Saddlers and Coach
makers trill find In his Store Room a general assortment
c . ,l' goods suited to their several requirements, such as
Fair and Country Hopkins,
Saddle Trees and Girthing.
Gig Trees, Pun Plated, Tinned mid Japanned; Goat
'Bair, Sirainiug Web and Worsted Rain
Web, lower than Cotton :
HUMS, Bits and Stimips, Plated, Tinned and Japanned
Coach Bandies, new styles; Curtain Frames; Hub Rands;
Bridle Faints; Roseates, Swivels and Ornaments; Iron
Plated and Wood Gig Barnes.
BUCELES—BRASS, SILVER AND JAF - Artygn,
all Styles and Patterns; Ivory and Wooden Ilartlngale
'Altars, Stump Joints, and a variety of other goodesuitable
for the trade.
ALL BINDS OF PLATING, dze., done With' neatness
and despatch. [decl4] LEWIS WAM.PLER.
OHEA-P HARDW ARE!
N.) BRAND & FLACIC
Had 7 few gonas under the pavement, -which *ere not
borned. Bun as-Locks, Htr rea, &clews and 'other Hard—
ware. Beath , . fkey have jug received. frooiNew York
and Philadelphia a very huge lot ofroods, pareinvedinbeb
cheaper than they are genentl:, ! lola. They having. been
burned oeuitheerlore we utter Iron. Salt, flocks, Hinges,
Screws, Nolte, thy, , Paint. &r., at thecaent figure :
, TO BLACK:OLITIIS A.ND FARMERS I
We have onlaaal about 10 Tons Intel of different kinds,
which we will tell than it NCO be bought:in the city.
Ala) we have 100 hen or Nails and Spikes, we leer at
from Gtolo dollars per keg'.
'Knives and Forks, Exam, Pocket Knives,
Spaum , , itc., just received from 'Sew Ycrk, which we 'O'er
ery , sert.
CARRIAGE MAKERS' GOODS
, at BRAND & FLACKS.
HOVELS. FORKS AND SPADES AT
f l / 4 _,7 25 cents each and many ether articles which was in
the fire, nlach can be tharle v, aued as new
at BRAND &FLACK'S.
CEDAR WARE—J-Call at the Store in
the Alley. BRAND & FLACK.
G oo D - G 0 0 D S
AT VERY SMALL, PROFITS
and nu ini,tahe, at the Old Hurl:, and Old Stand,
ON THE COUNER OF SLAIN AND 411.1.SIDNoTON sIDEETS
. . -
Prime Rio, JaN a and Marieabo Coffeet
Roasted and nroand Cofftes.
Sugart ot even• tin de, from the best Double Relined
Led down to 'WI mutt Ilrown Ktuptr.
Fre,la Guayas, der Imperial, of fine divan
old ~,a d y e anall3..m. and 4ap3.rior Mark Tea.
Lnt•erfnc's 1 Bright Yellow Syrup.
Golden Yellow Syrup. at •. cents per quart.
New Crop New Orleans Ilaktng Molasses,
Prim.; trosh City-cured khans warranted el?Und Igno4
Dried Beef Roma., Boron. S ' idesund ShOldors.
s /1 .
Fresh Shad and S .• I nod 2 Shure Mackerel by- the
barrel. halt es, quarter.. eighths and sitsglepilund „
• Whale and Fresh Ground Spire,. warrantektpire:
C FRIr.I n$ •'
Pine Apples Penchi., Clierrieti, Black Berried, &AL
Tamarind., and Jellies fur the /Tinkly.
Chcrtics. Plums anti Artlents pro,etci3d in
brandy. Canned 0} ht.rli and T111111:1tOeS•
C K lI E S .
By t::e I)sgen, Jar, Keg or Bar”.l. AL.° Strong Cider
1-'crsh Jersey Crannerri. and I.Yrlca Fruits.
laN'rae,. Carratgr. Ana Used German Pears, Nuts. Le.
Loop-, Chimneys, shade-. rind Wicks.
Poro tuoti f.. iike,
QtlooreeziVare, Stone and Eartberu Ware.
Cedar and W illow Ware, Se., all of which has been
lomaht un the boat terms and trill be sold at a small ad.
\ awe by - E. D. KEW.
ARKET HOUSE.—The tunlQrsipled
1. reweethilly h.ferm their numerouvenstomers and
the public generally that they have reopened theta Gro
cery Store in the room (formerly occupied by the Hook and
Ladder Company. a the Market House, and Like this
of returnins Mete thanks for the 11:beralpatrommte
heretofore extended to them. Their stock is complete in
every ti nriety of FAMILY GROCERIES, consisting. of
ilato; Syrups, Salt. Mackerel, Coffee, Sugar, Ten*, Te..
baceos, Brushes, Brooms, Buckets, Cords, Twines. Glass•
tram Queentint.tre and everything- heretofore kept at their
former place of busitte, 1 they n ill always keep a sulk
tient stock on knit to be enabled to meet the demands of
the community. COUNTRY PRODUCE taken in ex•
change for wood at c. 0.13 market prree< Don't target the.
place, (Market House.) three dears (mu the corner, on
Queen Street. HUBER. & LEMASTER.
IMP O'R TE R S
WINES AND LIQUORS.
Between Chestnut and Walnut Strut; Philadelphia
GEe. M. LAI HAN.
S SA. 31 we,SALL E,
J. a Birra.u,
Each bottle nealeil with green wax with the initials of the
SUPERIOR OLD MADEIRA WINE
FINE BRANDS OF CHAMPAGNE '
0813()RNE & CO.'S
VEIIT FINE AND DELICATE
OLD PORT WINE,
Eanh bottle sealed with yellow wax with the lalti'alsof the
LALNAX, SALTA DE & CO.,
No. Y..'tt South Ifinth Street, Philadelphia.
OLD RYE WHISKEY
4: WERRT'S WIIISKEY,
READ WISE S.
LAUMAN, BALLADESc - CO
No. IV.E? South Plinth Stria. Philadelphia.
. No. 37 South SECOND Street. above Claatntit,
CA RPETINGS ! CARI'ETINGS
Having received by Into arriv ale, all the newest and
most attractive Styles of Ca rpetings,—l AN PREPARED
00ER at the 1.011 , Vol Piurh4, Wti,et 1-;.its & RE, ilh
Julia Crossley & Son's Durrett Tapestry Brussels , Low
ell & Ilartfonl Three-Ply and Extra Super Ingrain Car
pets. it ith a large assortment of 111.1111111 UMd hat priced
tiutt.riNGs. WiSotrw Sit %lat. Ott, CLUTIN,
J. DELAtiti. , l X. •
No. 37 South SECOND Street. hem een Chostuut &
wlti-Ito Market, PHI LA DELPHI A.
IMPORTANT TO THE PUBLIC.—Tho
Grover & Baker Sewing Machine Company maul:fare
true, in addition to their celebrated GROVER At BAKER
STITCH MACHINES. the mutt perfect SHUTTLE or
LOCK STITCH MACHINE in the market, and afford
poreltasent the opie.rtuniry of .Meeting, lifter trial rind ex
amination of both, the one best touted to their rants.
We call special attention to their new No. 1 MANUt
PACTUKING MACHINE which is adapted to every
variety of sewing, from the thinnest mmtlin to the heaviest
leather, and will work equally well with cotton, linen dr
talk thread. For sale by
wart ;Irrt H. E. HOKE. Chambersburg.
• WALL PAPERS.
HOWELL & BOURKE,
l'APFat 11.1:NGIN(7p am!
WLNDOIV SILID S.
North East Corner Fut:lml ,04, MAincEi % T eets,
I'fil LA DELPILIA.
3.-31wayis in Store; 3 Virgo Stuck or
LINEX not OIL SHADES
Have opened their etore
on Main ntreet,
- Grind. Stonei,
Cedar Were, •
LAITMAN, SALLADE 6 :- CO.,
AIVESE, GARDRAT & COS
SUPERIOR COGNAC BRANDY,
VINTAGE OF 117538,
LAUMAN, SALLADE & CO
FLNE SHEltity, CLARET AND
s OBBRHOLTZ WILISkEY
Patti, Caps attir Sus.
FURS! FURS!! FURS!!!
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
CHARLES OARFORD & SONS,
CONTINENTAL HOTEL, PHILADELPHIA.
- - Have now open their large and splendid stock of
- LADIES' FUR CAPES,
Also the finest assortment of FANCY FUR - ROBES,
CAPS, MUFFLERS, and GLOVES ever before offered
by them, all of which are warranted to be es reresented.
SELIPPESD 'FURS BOUGHT. oe=-Int.
BUY YOUR, HATS AND CAPS,
He will sell you a
More Serviceable and
than can be bought elsewhere.
FFRESH • ARRIV.XL.—Now is the ripe
to buy your nod. Winter Goods, and Wr, W.
PAXTON'S, in the Market Rouse, is the place to get them
&map and good. A wry fine ussorttnemt of • ,
Melee fine and coarse Boots, Balmnrals and Gaiters,
Ladies' Glove Kid, Morocco and
• Coarse Shoes and Gaiters, •
Misses' and Children? Shoes and Gaiters
of every style. Also
= NERNS' AND BOYS' , IIATS AND CAPS
at prices to salt all. The best Home.make of Rats to he
had. A fine assortment of•
Trunks, Carpet Rags,
constanUyon hand. Call and examine our stock before
purchasing. In the Market Rouse, on Seem% •
F A L L: S
HATS AND CAPS
DECHERT has put teeeh:ed the
FALL STYLE OF HATS,
which he is
t: Sening Cheaper dm:. the Cheapen.
Can and get bargains
LADIES FANCY FURS. AT JOHN
VAREIRA'S OLD ESTABLISHED PEE :IfAXE
FALTWIS, No. 7]B Arek Street, ithore'7th, Philadelphia,
hate how inlay More of my Myn Imparbation and Mann
taeture. one of the Largest and most berrtaiftil selections of
FANCY FURS, for Ladies' and Children's Wear, in the
City. Alio a line assortment of Gent', Fur Gloves and
I aim eanbled to dispose of my goods at very remmaable
prices, *nd 1 woultithcrefore solicit a call fropi my friends
of Franklin county and vicinity.
e4temember the Name, 'Number and Street!
Atop Street, aboveTtlt, south side, PLibaleißbia.
I hate ho partner, nor connection with any other Store
in Philadelphia. ser.l7-4m.
HE PATENT RESORT HAT
SHAPES AND COLORS
at LOW PRICES, at
on Second Street. near the Washing - ton House
MEN'S BOY'S AND CHILDREN'S
HATS of every style to be bad cheap at
T"SHRRIDAN RESORTE HAT,"
_L a nice article, at
lints an 5,,b0c5.
T EMOIPED.—The imdersigted has the
1.10 pleasure of informing his old costumers and the pub
Ile generally, that be has removed his BOOT & SHOE
STORE to the New , Brick Iluthimg of George Ludwig,
on Main Street, one door south of Greenutralt's Betel.
wham he Is now opening the largest assurtment of Boots
end Shoes ever brought to the county. lilt stock embra
ces everz variety of Youths', Ladies' and Men's BOOTS
& SHOLS, which for style of finish, and durability of
wear, ennnot be surpassed in the county, nod which will
be sold at strires tomtit the times, lievieg purchased TILE
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 ac
commosi-ating, be luipes to merit a liberal sluire of put
renake--without a desinti to monopolize, as big motto is,
In our common calamity, Jo live and let live.
Particular attention paid to all kind.. of Repairing.
TERMS - CASH, AND PRICES UNIFORM, WITH-
He has also on hand, and for sale, cheap, Trunks, Va.
lises. Carpet Snobs, Linen and Paper Collars, Paper,
Ent elopos, Ink-steeds, Steel Pens,
rnity 10 P. FELDMAN.
N. B.—All persons knowing"- themselves indebted trill
please call mid make immetl'atesettieinent, that 1 may be
enabled to meet my former liabilities in the City.
THE GENTS' GLOVE KID GAITED
with or without Buckles. at PAXTON'S.
A FINE STOCK OF HEAVY BOOTS
amp . and durable, jtud received at PAXTON'S.
I .0 _ D
DR. 11 ANDERS & CO'S
Chemists and ?bleach'rut have long Bought to dissolve
lodine, without n mils-stt, so it could be taken into the
system in a pure nate ; -knowing full well that if this could
be done, they would hale au antidote fur many diseases
tom eensidered incurable.
After fifteen years of suiefitilic mienrcli and experiment,
this most important discovery traS' made by Dr. D. AN
-I,EIM, a German Chemist and Physician, and a member Of
the Medical Faculty of Nets York.
Contain only a fraction of the ikvantity of lodine there is
in this preparation, yet the virtue of the water is due prin
cipally to this element-
Its effect upon flue system is indeed wonderful lIEB
EDITARY DISEASES, " hermitlike system," are erad-
Mated by its use. CHRONIC DISEASES, no matter of
how long standing, often yield to Itssubtle influence. As
similating at onee n ith the Blood, It eitalizes and purifies
ital fluid. sending strength and Lugar to all parts of
the body. The most wonderful success has followed Its
use, in all forms of disease originating in
A. BAD STATE OF TIM BLOOD,
HEART, LIVER AND ,FEshtl.E CONVLATETS,
KLDNEV DinEASES, FEVER AZD AGUE,
It has effected remarkable cures.
THE ICED. GEO. Smuts, or RimKirs,
Editor of the Bible Examiner, publishes in that magazine
the remnrkable care of his non by the use of Dr. Anders'
lodine Water, idler all other remedies had been tried in
vain. He ways: "Gratitude to God, and a sense of obli
gation to Dr. Anders & Cu., have made us insert the fol.
My only son, George F. Storrs, now thirty-seven years
old; has been Billeted for some dozen years, more or less
with painful swellings and Inflammations In various parts
of lan body; oftentimes, seemingly, he was near to death;
then a respite fora season, but only forkt return of the din.
ease with more violence. For the prod three years helms
had an open sore on his breast, and latterly one near his
collar bone, with ulceration in Ida throat, that was rapidly
increasing, so that dissolution appeared inevitable. In
thin condition he applied to Da. ANDERS & Co. By the
use of the lodine Water the ulceration in his throat dis.
appeared In a short time. Continuing its use, in less than
two months he was apparently healed, and ' his general
health trittle-Improved." Mr. Storrs has since Rdly wav
I'hiseertlfiente ry 1 7 11. T., and many other% with a treat
im on the notore and uses of lodine, will be sent titEs to
ony pennon pending U 8 their name.
Prier, 81.00 per bottle, dr 6 for $.1.00. Soot by Sapiens
to all parts of the country.
DR H. ANDERS & CO., : rhysietirns and Cbethiste
42 Branawny, New York.
Suld by Druggists generally augil.firnos.
OARRIA GE MANUFACTORY.—The
undersigned wtnild respectfully Inform the public that
he has resumed the Carnage making business at the old
stand of Pettier & Foltz, on the corner of klarket and Sec
ond Streets, where he Is prepared to make to order any
kind of CARRIAGES desired: lie will also keep on hand
and for sale all kinds of vehicles, each as BAROUCHES,
CARRIAGES, BUGGIES, Ac.
Ile Will also give particular attention to repalringVehl
es and as he has none but the best of workmen in hie
employment he feels assured that his work will give sat •
llis phees will be found to be as low if not lower than
at any other shop.
LIVERY.—He keeps ou hand a stock of good saddle
and tidying Horses and Carriages of different kinds fur
hire at reasonable rates.'
maul, 1565 P. HENRY PEIFFER.
j 0 B PRINTING in every style done at
oßlee Id tho PtIANKI.IK Iterecirroxy
Finer Looking Hat
riRUGS!•DRUGS , !!
G. B. CRESSLER, successor toliErsEu.& CRESS.
LER, has opened In his new room, on Second street, ow,
site the Post Office ' where every effort will be made to
sa.tain the ;)opularity the old establiament bad acquired.
A continuation 01 the liberal patronage which the 6rm re
-ceived le respectfully solicited. A fair stock or Drugs,
Clemicals, and Patent Medicines is new offered. Also a
desirable assortment of
and Fancv Articles in great variety,
KEROSENE LAMPS.—Every description -st Hand
Lariipi, Stand Lamp., Hanging Lamps and Side Lamps
suitable for liiteben use, Parlor use, Store use and Office
THE BEST COAL OIL IN THE :HAREEM
Family Dyes of all Colors. Everything to a Druggists
r„ .. 'Prescriptions receive special attention, and are
compounded with care and skill. C. IL CRESSL'ER,
Second Street. opposite the Post °See.
liENNEDVS MEDICAL DISCOVERY
flecbt's Croup Syrup,
flelmbold'a Extract BucLq
Ayers' Sarsaparilla, -
Ayers' Cherry Pectoral,
Winslow' Soothing. Syrup,
R O C K ROS E, AT
lii SPANGLES S.
CHAMOIS SKINS, AT
P G A 130c1h
- WCALISTER'S 'OINTMENT,
URE LIQUORS, AT
11D,CRT AND COSTAR'S RAT EXTER-
IiGNATOR, nt SPANGLER'S.
COSTAR'S BED-BUG EXTERMINA
TOU, a • SPANGLER'S..
CORN STARCFT, FARINA AND CON
coutratthi Lye, at SPANGLER'S.
IrNE PERFUMES:—The stock can't
be excelled. '• XON.
SOAPS.—Particular atteution is asked
10 the as.ortment tderedilt NIXON'S.
MEDICINES.—Fresh, and of the verb
best qualitn okl
, A . : t p ie SEE NIXONc STOCK
THE NEW "MACHINES"—Nixoh is
now putting up his CATTLE POWDER in excel
lent style new label. The Powder ban no ealperiur. Every
farmer or person owning a Rome, Cow, flog or Sheep
should have it.
TEETH.--If you' want a good Tooth
Bradt aud ruruetbiug to keep the teeth eleay, call at
rp HE CHANCE TO SELECT FRONI
seventy dozen of Tooth Brushes is offered at
SINCE CHAMBERSBURG WAS
first laid oat until note there has not been such a
stock of tine Perfumery, Soaps, Brushes, Combs and Toilet
A rtieles a g XIXON offers.
VINE POMADES, AND BRUSHES,
VOUNG LADIES CONTEMPLATLNG
marriage should eall at NIXON'S for Toilet Attielee
JERENTAD orgYER respectfully returns his
thanks to his patron's far the liberal encouragement reed
ed_from them heretofore, and he would Invite them and
the community generally, who may need any thitig 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, where
lie keeps ennstantly on hand every variety of SADDLE
RY AND lIARNESS of his own manufacture, and he
Is prepared to sell Um same on terms that defy competl•
lion. Every article offered for sale is warrented to be
made of the best material and by competent workman,
whi c h will be folly demonstrated on an examination there
TRUNKS AND VALISES.—IIe would also,eall the
attention of persons wanting a good, neat and cheap and
substantial Trunk or Valise to his assortment apnllil
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL'
korEs & TWINES.
The undersigned having purchased the entire Stock and
Fixtures of the Rope and Thine Manufactory of ,I. P.
Grey, deed, respectfully announces to her friends, and the
former patrons of the establishment. that stfe mill continue
to carry on the business, in all its noxious branches, at
THE OLD STAND, -
on Franklin street Chambersbwrm where she will be pleas
ed to receive the calls and ordure of the public, All kinds,
elm+. and qualities of
ROPES, CORDAGE, MINES, &C.,
always kept on hand or made to order of the best material,
and furnibeil at reasonable prices. In connection With the
above brainless, she Ls also prepared to manufacture
RAM, BUSK. AND OTHER
as well as Norse Blankets; and Fly Nets ofenperior qnal
tty and style. Persons in want of superior articles in the
above line are requested to call, ersend their orders, which
will be attended to promptly,
METAI.LIC ARTIFICIAL LEGS.-
.LYI new. Send for a prunplnlet.
tinfra , £o:n) J. W. WESTON. 706 Bmadway. New York,
TRUNKS, VALISES, CkRPT-BAGS
CASES AND ITIABRELLAR, pf the best Topa
fu.tilr• at PAXTOIM
NEW DRUG STORE,
one door wool.
and all the beet
West End of Brown's Hold
a2tblerp ant Parneso.
MARY E GRAY.
November t 865.
BROWN'S HOTEL—This Hotel, situ
ated on the corner of Queen and Second Streets op.
polite the Bank, Court Room, and empty Offloes, and in 4
the immediate neighborhood of Stores, Shops, and other
places of business, is conveniently attested for country
people having butieess in Chambersbnrg. 'The Building
has been greatly„;enlarged and refitted fortheacconunoda•
ton of Guests,
- THE FABLE
will always be faralshed with the best
the Mattes can produce.
TUB BAH will be supplied with pare and choice Li
THE STABLE la large and attended with a good and
- Dewey aiteullon will be rendered to make (}nests cam
cleable while eujounilog at this Hotel.
febl JACOB S. BROWN, Proprietor.
TISION HOTEL.—This old and well
%_./ established Hotelisnow open for the accommodation
"of (nests -
The Proprietor hasiUg lensed the three-stary block of buil;
dings on Queen Sheet, In the rear of his former stand, - IS
prepared to furnish GOOD BOOBS fftr the traveling-and
HIS TABLE will rustaM Its former reputation of being
supplied with the best the market am produce.
HIS DAR. detached from the main building, will al.
ways tare choice and pure Liquors. • .
Good warm STADLDiG for fifty horses, with careful
Every attention will be made to render guests comfort
able while soiourning at this HoteL
janl: 4 SHI). FISHER, Promfetor.
TATIONAL HOTEL.—The subscriber
would respectfully announce that he has so far com
pleted his Hotel building as to be enabled to open it
tor the aer.ontruudation of the public. -The building is ea•
tirety new luta built on the-most approved plan for com
fort and eouverienee.
The 13Alt will always be supplied with the beat of li
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 (under cover) area ',aka HAY
AND STOCK SCALES, to which the especial attention
of Farmers, Drovers and Butchers's Invited.
fulyal DANIEL TROSTLE.
DAVID H. HtITCHISON
cas become the Proprietor of the UNITED STATES
HOTEL.- near the Railroad Depot at FIARRISBITRG,
PA. Thin popular_ and commodious Hotel has been newly
refitted and furnished.tlwoughont its parlors and chambers,
and is now ready for the reception of guests.
The traveling public will find the Vatted 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, June 17, 63-ti
STATES UNION HOTEL, OPPOSITE
the Lebanon Halley and Pennsylvania Railroad De
pots, Harrisburg City, Pa. This convenient and pleasant
Hotel is now kept by the undersigned, late of the Indian
Queen In Chambersburg. and be invites the siatronage of
his old friend. andthepublie generally. Tennsmoderate.
octl"rtf JOHN W. TAYLOR.
AMERICAN Lilt INSURANCE AND
TRUST CO., Corner Fourth and Walnut Streets,
Philadelphia. Incorporated mat, Charter Perpetual.
Authorized Capital, $500,06X0. Paid-Up Capital, 52:4,000.
Philadelphia, Feb. 4, 1864.
The Trustees have this lay declared a Dividend of
FIFTY PER CENT, on all premiums received npon At r.
Tt.tL POLICIES during the year ending December Fist,
1863, and in force at that date, the above amount to be
credited to said Policies, and have also ordered the divi
dend of 18130 on Policies halted during that . year to be
rraid. as the annual premiums on said Policies are re
Secretary and TreasLcrer--Jolua S. Wilson.
Actuary—Jahn C. Sims.
BOARD OF TRUSTEES.—Alexander , .1
Edgar 'l"lionrson. George Nugent, Bun. James Pollock,
Albert C. Roberts. P. it Mingle, Samuel Work, William
J. /toward, Bon. Joseph Allmon, Samuel T. Bodine, John
Aikman, Charles P. lieralitt, Isaac Batlehtust.
W3I. G. REM), Clianbersburg, Fa., is the anthariseir'
Agent oldie American Life Insurance and Trust Coui-
Fay, and is always prepared to furnish pamphlets or any
information wanted, and to take Insuranoes.
Due. J. C. RICHARDS and W. B. Bons, Medical Bi- •
REFERENCES—Iion. A.l. „SCClttre. R. S. J. Nic•
wits..l. S. Nixon, Chanthersburg, antrWtn. M. Marshall,
Cashier of the Hagerstown Bank.
Persons desiring information or wishing to insure will
please call on, or by addressing the midersigned they will
be waited on in any part of the Coubty or State.
mar 23 W. 6. REED, Agent.
1829FCR,VELTN FIR P ES P HE T N U CE CO .
PANE OF PHILADELPHIA.
On Januar). 1, 1iC,.5
UNSETIL4D 4 gI . ..ALNiS, INCOME Fos 1865
LosEs Pew $5,Lu,
PERPETUAL AND TEMPORARY POLICIES ON
*3. LIBERAL TERMS.
Charles N. Bancker,
Jacob B. Smith, Alfred Filler,
George W. Riebards, Fras. W. Lewis, 3f. D.
CHARLES N. RANCHER, President
EDWARD C. DALE, Vice President
Jas. IC. 3PAI446TER Sec'y pro. tem.
DAVID OAKS is the authorized Agent of the Com•
pony in Charnbershurg, who will furnish all information
Teti.otry to applicants. mar234f.
INSURANCE COMPANY OF NORTH
I AMERICA. Incorporated 1794. Charter Perpetual.
CAPITAL r: , :300,000. Office Walnut Street, Phila.
delphi a. The prompt payment of Claiins for Losses daring
the period of nearly seventy years that the Company has
been in existence, entitles them to the confidence of the
Thi. company will-also insure against joss by WAR or
Persons wishing to insure will please call on or address
the undersigned. \V. G. REED, Agent, Chambersburg.
As Agent for this Company. 1 tun prepared to - Cancel
all 'Perpetual as well as Term policies covering property
destroyed by the Rebels on the 30th of July, returning the
full premium paid on application at my orrice,
W. G. REED, Agent.
REFERENCES-J. D. Grier, J. Allison Eyster, Enq
Major J. C. Austin, Col. A. K. M'Cluan. febB
nuR AGENT.—Mr. Jonii GROVE, of
Chambensburg, is the General Ascent of the Frank.
lin County Mutual Insurance Company. panel)
BONA FIDE GIFT DISTRIBUTION!!
8100,000 IN SUBSTANTIA PRESENTS.
100,000 - BOXES STEEL PENS.
100,000 FREE GIFTS
Each purchaser, besides receiving FULL value for his
money in Pens. is sure to receive a valuable gift worth
from 30 cents to 53,000. The People's Pen Company, is
order to introduce their superior Steel Pens to the Public
in the shortest passible apace of time, offer the following
splendid inducements. Vie will sell at retail 100,O(10 lox
es. each box containing one !crags and a certificate cull.
Sling the bolder to one share in the allotment of the fol
lowing de.litiblFaiid substantial gifts.
LIST OP GIFTS.
100 Acet‘s of Land in Cattaraugas county, New
York, in the vicinifr of Petroleum Wells, $5,00
100 AcreoPino and Hemlock Timber Land on
Lehigh Ricer, Pennsylvania.
5 U. S. 7 '.l-10 Coupon Bonds. $5OO each.
10 " " '
Ft Orders on a First-class city house fora com
plete suit of li.hionable Clothing sloo 5.(iP
2) Ladies' Rich -Sdk Dress Patterns, $ 75 3,75 0
5 Chickering's or other good maker, Round
Corner Rosewood Piano-7 9ctaves—Ss oo 2,500
50 Wheeler 4r. Wilson's Double Stitch Sewing
Machines, 630 2,540
20 Gent's Fine Gold Hunting Case Watebec:
20 Unties' " "•'3lOO 2,000
50 Gents"' Silver " " " 40 2 .000
100 Ladies '• Gold Lockets, large 810,
1 0 00
100 " small 7,
1,000 Sets Fine Gold Jewelry, Breast Pins, and
Earll-Ings, $l3 1.5,000
1,000 Ladies' Fine Gold Finger Rings, 86 6,100
1,000 Pairs Ladles' and Gents' Gold and Stone
Sleeve Buttons --
1,000 Sets Lady's land Gent's Gold Studs, 33....
I,ISS) Photographic Albums, 5.2.50
10,000 Tickets of Admii.sion to Barnum's or Bry•
ant's. 30 cents 3,000
15,000 Packages Assorted. Stationary, 50
5,00 Fine lirierwoo,l Pipes. (Quetta importation,'
75 cents; 3,730
10,000 ; Set Pearl and Ivory Sleeve Buttons, 30 cis 3,000
&t. 20 Sheets Fashionable Husk, 30 cents 15,0110
4,5 Photopraphie Portraits of I'resident Lincoln
and 'I ad, 50 cents
The allotment will be conducted In the moat honorable
and upright manner. Every holder of a certificate will
receive a present earth from 30 cents to $5,000. They
guarantee to distribute every article in the list
Oar Pens are splendid specimens of American industry,
are liner goods than can be bought elsewhere for the sane
money, and will stand upon their merits. Price, $1.50
per gross,l-14 peas, for either of the following kinds:
No. 1. The People's Pea Co. Business Pen.
No. 2." Popular Pent same as
No. 3. " " . Lady's Extra Fine.
By mail, Bee, to any address, on receipt of price. We
can rater to parties of standing in this and other cities, as
to honesty, responsibility, eteketc. The allotment of gifts
will he public, and all parcluaiOrs Invited to be present --
Address THE PEOPLE'S - PAN COMPANY,
Business ()Mee, 6d 3Slll3am street, New York.
C. C. NEWHOUSE, Actuary.
These Pens are also on hand fur examination and Sale
at the office of this paper. ang.6m
BEDDING. AND FEATHER WARE-
RousE!—No. 44 North MOE Street, above Maria,
BED QUILTS. &e.,
TUCKERS' Celebrated SPRLNG BED. Every
ankle in the Bedding line, at the lowest maeltirtpHeee.
ASSETS • -
'Edward C. Dale,
.. 2,5 W