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PE NN S 'l7 LIT ANI A RAILROAD
WINTER TIRE TABLE. FIVE TRIM DALLY
to and from Pliladdphia and Pittsburg.
- On and after
Monday, October 1864, the Passenger Trains of the
Pennsylvania Railma i Company will depart from Harris
burg and arrive at Pt ladelphia and Potshard as follows:
THROUGH EXPRESS TR AIN leaves llarrisbarg &I-
V 111.2.45 A. Si., and arrives at West Philadelphia at 6.55
A. H. .
FAST LINE leaves Harrisburg daily (except 'Monday)
a: em A. M., and arrives at West Philadelphia at P.!.40
r. 11. Passengers take breakfast at f r sucaster.
MAIL TRAM leaves Harrisburg doily (exce - iit" Sue.
slay) at 1.30 r. sL, arid arrives at W.st Philadelphia at 5 •
PITTSBL'Re AND ERIE EXPRESS leaves Harris.
barg.dalij" (except Sundays) at 11.55 P:31.. and arlivelat
Wag Philadelphia at,4.20
HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, leaves
liarrlsburg daily (except Sunday) at 4.00 P. m.. and ar
rives at West Philadelphia at 9.30 P. M. This train has no
c...cnreion front the Wee.
COLUMBIA ACCOMMODATION T RAIN leaves liar
rieburg daily (except Sunday) at 7 A. m., and arrives at
Lancaster yt 9.11 A. M.: connecting (except on Monday)
svi tit the Past Line east.
PITTSBURG AND ERIE EXPRESS leaves Ramie.
burg. daily (except Sunday) at 12.75 A. M.. Altoona 0.50
c. st., take breakfast, and arrive at Pittsburg at 12.40 P.m.
BALTIMORE EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Harrisburg
-daily- (except Monday) at 2.25 so it.: ..Altoona 8.15 A. 3t.,
take breakfast, and arrives at Pittsburg at 1 40 P. X.
THROUGH EXPRESS leaves Harrisburg daily at 3.-
25 A. 3L, Altoona at 8.15 A. St., take breakfast and arrives
at Pittsburg at 2.40 P.
FAST LINE leaves Harrisburg daily (except Sundav)
at 4.00 Y. 31.: Altoona at 2.10 P. 31 , take supper, and ar
rives at Pittsburg at 2410 A. M.
MAIL THAD: leaves Hamsburg daily (except Sun
day) at 1,40 P. IL: Altoona at 7.55 P. IL, take.supper, and
arrives at Pittsburg at 1.30 r 51.
MOUNT JOY ACCOMMODATION west leaves Lan-
Suter at 11.20 A. at., (lamenting there with the Mail West..
leaves Mount Joy at 11.51 A. St., andarrices at Harrisburg
at LOU P. IL
THE HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION TRAIN
from Pittsburg,'whieh arrives at Harrisburg at 620 P. 31..,
stops there, passengers for East of Harrisburg lay ch - er nn
tilll.ss P. 3f. SAMUEL D. YOUNG,
nov9 §ttp't 3Uddle Dlo. Penna. R. R.
NORTHERN CENTRAL R4ILWAY
• FALL TIME TABLE.—Four Trams Daily to
and from Baltimore" and Washington City.
Connection, mode with train, on Pennsylvania Railroad,
to and from Pittginra and the West.
FOUR TRAINS DAILY to and from the Nerth and
Weet Braneh Susquehanna. Elmira am! Al of Northern
I.nt and after Monday, Ou. 17th, lent, the 'Passenger
Trains of the Northern Central Railway willeurive at aml
depart from Harrisburg and Baltimore an tldlown
MAIL TRAIN leaves Sunbury daily (except
Sunday). 10:25 A-. 4.
• leaves Harrisburg 1.20 P.M.
• arrives at Baltimore .5:40 P.M.
EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Sunbury - daily (ex
• leaves H a rrisb a rg (except
arrives at Baltimore .. ..
HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATIONN ......
SUNBURY ACCOMMODATION leaves Sun.
bury.tlailv (ex. Sunday)...
PHILADELPHIA EXPRESS TRAIN leaves
Sunbury daily(ex..Sunday) 9:05 pad
BORT WA R
MAIL TRAIN leaves Baltimore daily (except
Sunday). . . ...
• leaves Harri sburg.
arrives at Sunbury • • 4:05 F.M.
EXPRESS TRALN leaves Baltimore daily... 9:30 P.a.
arrives at Harrisburg 1:50 Lg.
leaves Harrisburg daily (ex
arrives at Sunbury
ERIE EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Baltimore
daily (except Suntiny.,) at.. 7:30 F.M.
leaves, Harrisburg daily (ex
cell Sundays) at
" • , arrives at Sunbury at
HARRISBCRG ACCOMMODATION leaves
" arrives at Harrisburg at. 7:30 P.m.
SUNBURY ACCOMMODATION leaves liar.
• risburg daily (ex. Sunday). 4:00 F.M.
The Erie Express and Philadelphia Express are through
trains to and from Erie and all intermediate points. Mail
•aml Express trains run through to Elmira.
For furlber information apply at the Otrtee, in Pennsyl
vattia Railroad Depot.
ocL.GIII J. N. DuBARRY, Gen. Supt.,'
PHILADELPHIA AND ERIE RAIL
ROAD.—This great line traverses the Northern and
'Northwest counties of Pennsylvania to the ity at Erie on
It has'beeri leased and is operated by the Pennsylvania
Rail Road Company.
TINE OF PASSENGER TRAINS AT HARRISBURG
Erie Elan Train
Erie Express Train ..
Elmira Express Train
Elmira Mail Train....
LE. \ '"E WE!, IWSRD
Erie Mail Train-
Erie Express Vain...
Elmira Express Train
Elmira Mail Train...
Passenger ears run throlieli on the Ede Mal and Ex
press Trains without change both nay's between Philadel
phis and Erie.
NEW YORK CONNECTION.
Leave New York at 7ifirdp. x.. arrise at Erie 3:40 A. M.
Leave Erie at 2:05 r. arrive,at New York 12. nowt:
No Change of Cart Between Erie and Veer, York.
Elegant Sleeping Cans on all Night trains.
For Information respecting Passenger brisinebs, apply
at Corner 30th and Market Streets: Philadelphia:
And for 'refight bissitess of the Company's Acents :
B. KINGSTON. Jr, COT. 13:11 and Market Sts....Philada.
J. W. REYNOLDS, Erie. _ .
WK. BROWN, Agent. N. C. R. 8.. Baltimore.
H. H. HOUSTON,
General Freight Ag't Philadelphia.
H. W. G WINNER.
General Ticket ARt, Philadelphia.
• A. L. TYLER.. ,
General Supt . W illiamsport.
GIIMBERLAND VALLEY FRANK
LIN RAILROAIIS.—CHANGE OF IiOURS.
On and after Monday, Oet ,, ber .it teal. Pas,c wee Trani
will ran daily, a foliows, (Sunda. 4 etcopted):
FOR CHAMBERSBURG ASiD BARIUM:MG
,0 Carlisle 6:30 10:10 2.46
" Mechanicsburg 7:00 10:4,1 3.16
Arrive at Harrisburg 7.30 11:15 3:45
FOR CHAMBERSBORG AND HAGERSTOWN : ~
A.M. P.M. P.M.
Leave Harrisburg - 8:05 1:40 4:15
" Mechanicsburg. 8:47 2:20 4.30
. " Carlisle 0:27 2:30 5:15
" Newville 10:0: 3:34
" - , l3ltippensbtux , 10:61 4:04
Arrive alChambersbarg.... 4s 11.04_ 4:35
Leave Chambersborg 11:10 9:45
" Greencastle 11:55 5:35
Arrive at Hagertown 12:35 6:15
Making close connections at Harrisburg with trains for
Philadelphia, New York and Pittsburg; and with trains
for all points West.
The Train leaving Harrisburg at 4:15 P. M. runs only as
far as Carlisle. 0. N. LULL. Supt.
R. - It Office, .Chamb'g, Oct. 31, 1864
US. MAIL.—CHAMBERSBURG &
MT. UNION STAGE LlNES.—Tbrongh fee-on
ly 50. Good staires—crireful drivers.;Stars leave
Mt. Union daily for Shade Gap at 2 o'clock: P M.. ma•
king connection at Shade Gap aitliCharnbers t rg stages
on Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday. Lso leave's.
Chambersburg for Mt. Union at 7, A. M., on 114 est , day!.
Filly pounds of baggage, nt the risk of the owner, al.
lowed to each passenger. No responsibility for parcels or
packages of rnerchaalize, or other thing tamed, nate.%
the person sending it has it entered by the agent on the
Stage Office in Chambersburg. BROWN'S 11 , 11FIL
IL R. SHEARER, Proprietor.
SHADE GAP, August, 91N5-iy
GRAND AND SQUARE PIANOS
Which for Power and sweetness of tone, easynnd agree.
able touch, and beauty of finish, have beett by the best of
ludges, prononnced." unrivalled."
All of their larde - 1 octavo Pianos are construeted after
their new improved ovoid:rung Grand Scale, with all the
Second Hand Pianos at great Bargains, at prices rang
ing from SI7) to '250. As Agent for Knabe & Co- lam en
abled to sell at their Baltimore prices. For further par
ticulars apply to C. HUNTING, Agent,
july26-ly Chambersbarg, Pa.
STET' AY & SoN6 have received upwards of
THIRTY FIR.ST PREMIUM,
gold and slyer medals, in Washington, NPIT, York, Cin
eitusati, St. LOUIA. Cideairo, Detroit and other - cities.
AT lIIE FAIR
held in LON - DON, 1e69.. at irltrelt f2CO Planes were on Ex•
hibition from all Darts el the world the Fltist
AL was awarded to STIiINNI A 7 & Si . iNs, for pownful, dear,
brilliant and sr:pat/taw tone, with czallence of workman•
For farther partirulais apply to S. 8. SIIRYOCK,
Agent for Steinway & Snort thauthersburg, I'a. julyl9
CHUNTING, TEACHER OF MU
„ SIC, -takes great pleasure in announcing to the
citizens of Chambersburg, that he it prepared to gice in
struction on the PIANO, MELODEON. or CABINET
ORGAN; and most respectfully Solicits a liberal share of.
their patronage. 'rho.e not in Lbe possession of Pianos
can obtain instruction at ha Inoue, and the use of a Plana
'Residence of JostS MyLL, Queen greet, near Second.
Terms reasonable. may3l.ly
MASON & lIAMLIN CABINET
ORGANS, forty ditferem styles, adapted to sarrod
and seeuliar. music, 111 r erefto - $6OO each. THIRTY
FIVE GOLD or SILVER mr.DALs, or other first pre
miums awarded them. Illo4tatml Catalogues free. Ad-
Brim, MASON ,& HAMLIN, BOSTON, or MASON
dROTtiEIIS, NVAV Von& sep6-Iy,
TO DYSPEPTICS.—Having been afflie
.A. ted for a number of yeali with Dyspepeia, I wan
advised to try DR. WISRART'S MEDICINE for that
disease. I derived great benefit and recommended it to
quite a number of my Wails and . who were also mach
benefited by it, and who, testiniQnials can be bid lf nec
essary. I have been appointed by Dr. Wishart as Agent
ltrr the Bale of hie Medicine, wholesale or retaiL
W. G. REED,
ncer23 ItePolitorY office, Ousmbersbazg Pa.
e etobes- anti, 'Etit:-41/Age•
V,IGHTNIN4 RODS GALVANIZED.-
1J ETTER d. EYSTER are putting up Lightning
lind.o of Galvanized Iron (all the rods are twisted from the
top to the ground) which is far superior for durability and
protection than the common straight Black Iron Rids.—
The Gairaniztd rod bring a more perfect conductor and
comes cheaper, aim) Lightning Rods repaired in good style.
and examine the Galvanized Rods before having any
Wile black rods put up, Store Room on Main street. -
ODOK STOVES AND TIN AVARE.--
N.J AU Patterns Af Cook' Stores, Parlor mad Wood Stowe
(for•bnrnin¢ viio4ail or coat) Tin, Sheet Iron, Copper arid
Brass Wore of all kinds constantly on band and for sale
cheap. at ETTER. & EYSTER'S, Main Street, opposite
VEROSENE OIL AND LAMPS:-ET
-11 TER & EYSTER are selling very best quality
of KlrOArlit Oil and Lamps. also Lamp Shades. of b.II pat
terns. Chimneys. IVieks, Burners. Lamps of ail kinds
altered and repaired at short notice, at their Storießovin
on liffnTri Street.._
(10PItit WORK.-ETTER EYS
v,7 TPI: are prepared to make any tize Copprr Plfler,
Tromp, Pip.. Britrrril' Kettl,i, in fact anything. made of
Copper and ot lite t. 41r
~,t Price. All kinds of (lop
er repainng done, an, Cork all guaranteed.
'UTTER EYSTER ARE PREPARED
11/ to do all kinds of GA SiPITTING. PLUMBING and
BELL HANGING al short notire and work guaranteed
to give satisfaction.
VTTER EYSTER ARE PREPARED
_LA to put up ITEATERS of all kind, with portablo and
Briek Ctuinit , CooKIN RANGE, of ull kintit, with lint
Muir Tani, and very convenience you may u.int
Call and :1e in licfvre inalsiug an) urrsn,ziaiwut, n ith
31ELLER. liAmmToN & Co.,
hat 0 removed to their Mammoth Stu% c
7.00 t. 51
here they are prepared. to neeominodate all who map
want anything- in their line.
They keep for sale, at reduced prices, all the best pat
COOK AND PARLOR STOVES,
''or wood or confand
NIKE PLATE STOVES.
They are ready ah. to put HEATERS in,6
ring WARE, SHEET IRON WARE. 6ce.
of every kind and made of Lest material. can Le Lad
el MILLER. I; 1,3111..T(1N a. COV. new store at lea;
5.:K1 A. 31
3LILLEIT H.UIILfUS & CO. pa up SPOUTING,'
GALVANIZED LIGHTNING RODS, an do Jobbloz
by priees that ennnot be compolned of.
1 35 1.3 r
"STILLER. HAMILTON az CO, HAVE
jnst opened. nn the S. E. Corner of Diamond. u
large and well selected assortment of HOUSE FUR.VSTI
ING ROODS, sneli as Cedar Tubs, Buckets. &e., Ens.
kets. Sifters Coffee Mil's Knives and SWen.s. &e..
ler 5,11 e low for sash.
They hare a 19,1(11441 stock of Koroseae Olgitivautp.,
Lanterns. Lamp Shades, ellm.yr. Ricks anti Bitrners
of lost quality and at cheapeni prices.. -
Lamm repanTti quickly and tt ell.
ATILLER. HAMILTON & CO., HAVE
a Iran - , stock of BRASS. ENAMELLED AND
PORCELAIN KETTLES for gale cheap.
They have Lard Colo. Coal Ilo.D. Shovels, Tongs,
Toilet Ware, kr., very land and at greatly reduced totes
6-45 P. H.
fi:00 A. 3t.
1.53 P. 31.
TILLER, 11A3IILTON A: CO..
i_ bought their large stock of g‘gals before the ad
vance in proxs Ea,t, for caoh, and can and will eell at
Titer tnsare work done, front a Tin It to a Tin COIP:
eh , d;exa a ra 11 and see lot raarne/voa.
1'2.00 P. 31
I. t• t.
FOR comyo It T, CONVENIENCE.
✓, , 011 , )111) . Durability, me
THOMSON'S LONDON KITCHENER,
nIF. LEST ItANGE: EVES!. LS V} TEA.
CLUSP.. SHARPE & THOMPSON.
N 0 .:2119N. Second Philadelphia.
Iron Founders, and Manufaezurers of Stave , f, Ileatera,
Tinned and Er,nmelled Ware.. &A.., tanern.6in.
EZ.qattlies an ,a)eunttp.
A y ATCH E S. CLOCKS, JENVELRY,,VA
Has :nz lnf.f t•ponrd a a e 1 s is rte d ....,rttnent of g.,•tpis
n Lr.e, t`:
t M. P M
7:00 '2 45
e. 1 7 4 :20
Oppositethc Post OffiA, on Srcond Strcri
n here nv 0,1 and I hope =any new eurnonerr n:1:
• darbee bn,he bonr, 31y ,ht coels hat 1.35: IPl'
.114 a very blublenly en the .10th of July Imt, I n cete
e:ied to in, nu
\ 9.00 I:3i
Entire. New Stock of Goods
whirl] are of the late-t stele: and parterrs,,co.s , bting of
Goki and Siher (I.lf.urteld and ArnericanY
Gents and Ladies' Watehe3
Je - nelry of fine aril medium qualities. '
- . Silver Thimbles,
Fruit and Rutter Knives.
Gold Pens of the quality,
Po, ket Cutlery,
Razors, Strops and Brushes,
Silver Plated Simms, Forks am! Butter Knives,
Jett (Pats. .
Pocket Books. _
- Lathe.' Panel,
Nail and Tooth Brushes,
Betiding and Pocket Combs,
Large and-Small Willow Muskets,
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, -
The assortment of CLOCKS in large and of every va
I have un hand the HENRY REPEATING RIFLE,
which can be fired fifteen times in that many seconds. !
Everylmtly should have one for self defenee.
The public are inited to call and examine them. '
PISTOLS on hand And orders filled for any kind that
may dm-'anted. Cartridges of all titer kept on hand.
From long experience lona adapt Speetacics to the tight
of the olden well as middle aged. SPECTACLES AND
EYE GLASSES in Gold, Silver nod Steel Frames al
ways on hand.
Having the agency for the sale of the celebrated BUR
GLAR AND FERE-PROOF SAFE, manufactured' by -
„Farrell, Herring & Co., I will fill orders at the manufac
tures price. All information in regard to them given.
The public are Milted to call and examine the stick.
Wmehes, Clocks and Jewelry repaired at low rates to
dee! EDWARD AUGHENBAU9
GOLD,'SILVER & PLATED WARE.
. F. I DITMAN,
SecTand Prrrt, to Wrsellington
Has Just returned fn m the Sty n ith a Luce and etc dp
stork of goods, to ahicb lie invitoi all to POMO and el4lll
- before purchasing el,culn re. Hi, nt7s4. coasi.ds of
GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES,
of the Litcht n , 3 hes,
Gold and Silerr Chains,
Ear and Finger Rings,
• Sleets Buttons, Studs, etc.,
Table and Tea Spoons, Forks, Napkin Rings, Rutter
Kills Pc, Ca4ol ,
I baro inhh4i toy stork a large assortment of
thirty hour and elght day I I.IICES, all of a birth will be
sold Goods a arrmit.,l an Pio csenueL
j - ir Thankful in my many friends and customers for
thenr liheml patronage would most re9 , ,thaly aNk of
them a rontin LULU° Or bdlf".„,
angl64f - F. G. PITMAN.
X ll A I (4t.,e B r:Eh l s —l ollS A V, ; . 1- ' f
.1. l:14 . 1 . ,) (2
HAGERSTOWN. 31D., •
NVould reveetfully inform their friends and the puldie
grnerully that they have hid returned from the cite, n ith
Large mock of New and Beautiful Gaols,—coneaina o
FINE GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES AND
JEWELRY OF EVERY DESCRIPTION:
SILVER alai I'LATED WARE. SPOONS. FORKS,
LADLES. KNIVES oral CASTORS ;—Seicsors, Pocket
Knives, Itazorr, Itazor.Straps.—Hair, Tooth, and Nall
Itrnshes,—Porket Books, Combs of every Mad, Leather
Satchels, and a General Variety of FANCY GOODS.—
A Large Attsortment of SPECTACLES TO SUIT ALL
STI ARCH STREET PHILADELPHIA.
SOLID SILVER WARE,
and superior SILVER PLATED WARE. 0c.t.11.31.n.
A PPLES.—E. 1). REED having procured
lA. (man the trst °reloads In this County a variety of
choice, select, hand•pieked Apples, with whlehhe is pre•
pared to eupply the town, preferring the supplying. of his
evoitouve to shipping Apples East. - (novlB
,Nearly oppos'ite old Bank,
T HE r'A K - C T Y
BUSINESS COLLEGE - '
N. E. COR: TEN TIT AND CHEST:MT SruEEfc
PIIIL.A DI: LPIII.I
The most complete and thoroughly appointed Busines.s
Or Commercial College inlhe country•.
The only one in the city possessing a Legislative Char
ter, and the only one in the United States authorized to
confer Degrees of Merit. Diplomas awarded to graduate.
in the Comniercial - Connie under its- rr , rporate eeoU'y an
thcrrity of lair.
Conducted by gentlemen of liberal education e.r.d eaten
sive experience in business, and 'affording.unegtmlled ml
vantages for the thorough them etical and practical edu
cation of young men for the various dutieg and employ
meats of businet:s life.
THEORY AND PRAC'fICE COMBCCED
by a system of
ACTITAL BrSINESS TRAINISG
original and pre-eminently prartieal, giving the student in
the shortest time a complete iusight into Mesolithic, de
tails, customs and forms of business in general, as conduc
ted in the best-regulated commercial mind financial estab
TII EORkITICA BOOKKEEpiNG
Upon n new plan, ivith an original Cxposition of the science
of accounts, arranged and published by
the proprietor of
this Institutiowexclusiyely for his owe use, saving-one
half the ordtscary labor of the student, and giving him a
complete knowledge of the praetice of tl,ie best account
TIM COMMERCIAL COURSE
. - -
Book',Aping, Commercial Arithmetic, PrumansAii, Thai
. 11613 COTT[PpondenCr, o.ll7l.lllerciat Law, Lectueres an
- 13;oinr, Affarrs, Commercial Customs. Forms
and Actual Bu.no.s Practice.
A I,r,ribrit. and the II i[;hi•r Miatlientutk, Plionngraphy, Or
Lamental Penmanship, thr Do...cling . Coun
terfeit .hooey, Entrineertnix. Sun e!. tog, Nu
. rizntion :old tilttraphititr.
The arrangenaugs for Telegra - phitni are far tc iolvanee
if any thing ofthe Lind us or olicoed in
iliac Telegraph Line is eoononted with the Institution with,
tWenty brauelt ottleei in t .11,114 parts - of the eiry, where
public business is uansueted. and in which the stadents of
this Institution arc permitted to pro, tile. No regular of
fice pntetiee can be had in asp other sehoot of instruction
in the Colllltry. I\ll/1011t Al high 110 one van obtain .1 1 1.os:tin:I
prntdieal operator. s'tiung, men are cautioned against
the deeeptil e representations of those who, without oily
such Lteilities; pretend to touch 'Telegraphing.
lll3tlllltioll Is 11 , IlT I!JjoyIIIZ larq,t
e\ Sr be•T•llleti Ilroll t,91111;11,l ial s. ln./I 111
Over five hundred Ctudents wet,, iu utterolauee the 11,1
ear, and .I‘er seven Inttalred daring the pat ye,t^ The
Lest etas , e 1 •Ittents ta,.y In‘ari :Lip
till its asst Nations :Ire first elass.
DICATION A D ACcOMMoDATION'4
Tie in tin , rented t of :he
cu}; and as ceeetumed,r ions, for evn t, t :ef:n
convenience, are 111131111 , 11-.1,1, All the rouni, ha% e
htted up in the very best sty . .., a ith
BUSINESS OFFICES OR COUNTING uor,r:;
I;.\ SIC or 1)1:0 AND is•up„
~u ppotm Eue,s-c„zr,l, irlitooaraph, tnaei lowa
a (in u:naina' lava Ina * ll tb 1) , 1'art,,," .'•
'lu 101.. N(., 311. N
ri .Ir,re the ery be-t • r
I'RACTIB, ii )R
xce guarantee a rottr., m.tructmn I,VIe
led, while the reps term anti standing of the In , t;tt,orti
among hub:ne , s men nuke it , en.h•rs,nien . the 1.--Fr
port to sot 0050 tint: IttiVAC, emenr. out g n
tPring any Commerrtal Par or.• on
thLusTRATED CIRCULAR S.: cATADA:i L
, •ortealni romtpl , ti• inter, ,, r N..•ar 8:e U , hrer, utta
L. I'.-11:13\\6 , , A 1(
T. C SEA RCIL
.. , pa 1.1! Tre../ur
OCrits' guntisl}ing 43oobFi
t NEW L( - ) T ttE (;()t).I)S t' T
t a • . • it_wt-t..
1 1, 0/ 1 .1 1 - 1 S 1 N'LLS at -
(4 0 0 I) HATS AND CAPS CHEAP
f C LOVES. HOSE. SCARFS. NECK
‘.I- TIE': and raney at S.
- UNDERSHIRTS AND DRA NV E R S,
IL) a !age lot. at •
wOOLEN JACKETS FOR t , 2.oii
lit • RI oSs.%
CULL AND SEE THE NICE CASSI-
Nj R 1: Ii 11.04 Just opent..l.lt 1:1)W.
Boots anhi *bOts.
REMOVED.—The rindersi;, , ned Ims the
of bif,nittl: Lie add eust.,on, anti 111.1.•,..
Ile generally, that he ban rin..le , l lie 1;4 )( & h 1101;
STORI: it NM' Frkk L'uildi fig ri
nu Main Street. one in r tenth of , I 1„.,.1
ere he is nntv I qq•ning II larze.l., , ;rim. nt of 8.,.
cud Shoes ever brought . P. 14 mu),
every suriet3 of Youths', I.llo:i'S' 3li,',lll4iTs
which for of i.l finish n,,.1
near, eltralet be sarp . a2 , e(i.pn rorin.y. bleb will
be sold at priers insult tho firm 0. Ilarirvg hosed T u t :
LATEST STYLE (IF LASTS. he ry pr p.trr,l to 'nal,
Customer w o rk at shor` w notico, by workn,n in
the r.O nity. Wstli
r,,nitnodanne, ho 1,01,10 ti) mom a lilt, t: •....• ei a
riiaatre--without a ,h,ire min „:„•,„ ,
iti•ott common calamity, to lire and let live.
rartit,lar ililerrinn paid to all4ard, rll It,pa
TEIII3IB. CABII, AND PlilCffB t mr(frum' wrrir
lie Itag ttl.o .at h.md arid h, el , Ptp. 'Prlttikq Vti
lusts. Carpet Sacks, Lim:lt atal Ittyer Cur.ar4,
Eavelopel, St , of Pt
N.. 11 —All iter.m.. Lnowintf,
idetot• t.:ditind make Irmi.tli ith•lni , nt, I 1...
enabled t, meet my tamer
T "" ENTS' GLOVE I II)GA1 TER
wi t h mod—,.;t PAVI
FINE STUCK OF HEM" BuoTs,
MEI )11.4 1014,111 p \ :co \
RTIIOLESALE AND RETAIL'
hums s: TwiNEs.
The underentzned having porrhased
Fi:tnres of the Rope and Manniagior3 o:t . .1. P.
tiny dee'd. req, rtfally anto.unt ea to In r Era nd. a • A l , he
former pats m, of the nt, that •1,
to entry on the bnaner., in ail it, vyrnnt, hraneK,",_al
on Frunklin street elmlnher.hu.re 1440-re then tit le•
ed to rereite the eitli , tltrai or7F:-Tt,T,f pr yin 21.11 hot.,
eay.s nod onalitie. or
ROPES, CORDAGE, TWINES, ,AC'
lalways kept on band or made tinnier of thi• lies? mat srial,
arid turnised at reasonable rite, In e.musezi,,,,,,, ,h e
above business, site is also prepared to oi,irafrumktre
liAllt 111"Sli AND tall) It
D MATTRAS:-E ,, , , . '
:as well as Dorsi , Malik, is :eel liisN. I. 1,14 riowtitt.tl
1 ity and style. Persons in want o f ,opiquir into' , ,j. the
above line are regnestedm all, er send their orders, which
will be attended to promptly.
i derill•ly MARY E GRAY.
44c.i ..fr_itOltu___lA.9o 9 l*;_'!4, l lo - gT, 1 0. 1 4; 1P74.:
Radmare ..uttern, Scr.
HARD W ARE.
nearly opposite their tbi, plaee of business,
with an extensive stock of tinnily-are, Cutlery, &e.,
vitta,isting in part of
Iron. Paints, , •
Steel. . Tar,
•, - ,t ,
F.l.s. ..f - ,": - Itlasting. 1' trader, ,
1.1 rtpbcs, Grand atones,
stt'tort.".., t;',. tlar \l';v.•.
Tuilses. 'Poe et Knit-es,
sputie.. - 6,.0., 5 , -u.
Spreial 1.:01:t . , j, j•all t?. 1 ,
prepared. h. forui,h in any plant;ty,
at Wllo:P,aie. 1
everstling . in their line. - : _
can and ecamit.t. mu gack. i
- quill 0
COACH AND SADDLERY
The sukstziber inhaza, hit inevda and the
public, that it. e t •'a z, to carr, on the above bn±iness,
at las old eland, .4%!1.1111 street • oppow, the C'reratan Re
formed allure', t:11_12.1131:1Z5III:Itli. , PA,
11,1 s -ins . t:, Saddirro, and Coach
-1111.1 m Oto Store itteeara general e_ wrtment
of goods sn,:ed t.. t.a•tr ..everal risimrement. suell ad
- Fair and Country Hoz4tias,
Sedtlie Tree, and. (lir:bit:lg.
Gig Trees. Fo.ll .kirdert, Pinned and Japanned; Goat
Han, S:mipi'•_ We ;nod Vorsteil Frain
We lower than Cotton:
Eames, Bits and Siirrap&. Plated. Tinned and Japanned
Coach liandlos, 111,7 Curtain Frames; flub Bands;
Bridle Front‘; R oue tics. Swivels and Ornaments; Iron
Plated:tau W.A.KI , :br Ramo,
BUCKLES—BR 15.4, SILVER AND JAPANtS`ED...
all Styles and Patterns: Ivory and Wooden Marlingute
Maga, Stump Jolnts awl a variety of other goods suitable
11,r the trade.
ALL OF PLATING, See., dune with - neatness
and ti , si 1,10-141 LEWIS WAMPLER.
" A I ) HARDW ARE!
maNn s I'L ‘C:K. „
11,a1 co 7 , Intb r t.IP 11.111(.11 v,'etwafit
bnrued. nw ‘I r regn .and other I.D.ra
an.. I: .`, ~,.; ..31. I.t 1,111 York
and 'Phi', lane le.: pnwhazwainacli
heAPP: ,tl.l I,4ti ing been
'''a t•ltt t e. , ii Ittt•!osti,t figure.,
11) 111. I I:lt .11LM,;!
`,Ve htti - e wt 11.1-.(3 1, , To, iron .nticreqt kink,
which WO trill 1 , 13 1 , , ,4 N,.0.1 a 1,..14.0 to the city
A 1... roe ;Live- it() 6,—e offer a
from 6to 104. 33(1,1 r
Lt. .1.1311 Y.
a ,4 Fat •-• • 12:17n, Pooh et Knives,
&c., Jab:, reve.ced t.. 11 NI, - York when we of f er
ft ARIII A G i MA GOODS
at BRAND & FLACKS.
HOVELS, FORKS AND SPADES AT
5 MIIIS eaelt and many I nnr In In 14 was in
tho 1111:, 1;41.(11 emu be ma.!. a. L;,pKI n• new
at URAND &FLACK'S.
(IEDAR WARE.---Crll nt die Store in
ti ArPy, 111:ANI) & FLACK.
G 0 1) ( 0' S !
Ai 1 - 1:111 * ;SMALI.
and no a i.t.the, at the ON/I.w and ()id
1111. '.t/11., la: .1. .NAIN ANt./1 1 :•,••1•II\
111. , ltio Java and 3larie.a3u Colleen.
• and Ground Cutlets.
4.1 .4 I? •
S'tcar , tress' trade, from the bin! Doable Itefinrd
1.0. 1110,11 it 1.?. vent 5b.„,•,,c. •
_T FA a. •
~• , Pt or.
'Loa and eicrillsek Ten
111 1' •
vo , t i\prup._ •
/: .1 .
l'rAe•• I ed. f tic 1 liau.= '4'm - ranted tuarti a'sn•t.
Ilecf r .e•ri and gbectldeva.
rctli Nbalai ,1 1 told 2 "hbre Mark , •rel by ail
Laitc, tf, 4glit tIB and .inglo
P/E S .
a , ••1 a arranted pnic.
eA ,V F n is i t 17 17' S..
Iboo Peat ('burns, Iraq: Berrie, Ay.
an,, J. Ili , .
( 1, , , r,e , Pitons ;cid Apricots preset - red - I'n
brabdr. d 0, oil Trallfth*S.
Jar. 1,••J - or unreal. Also Strong Cider
H • ~,, • T . Tr. ..`r• ti year., Nut:. A,.
1:41, t •1
i•at , j 4-11 - A .
I ",, I‘: War , ' 6..,” "101 I.l4rawill Ware.C.l.l! at , l \Vtilan . all ,thich tang been
holigla . on the 1 , •,1 Urn.- and is ill be said, at a small sine
*abr. , by t0r,1.2.1 , D. REn).
RK IT . lii,. US E
rm j ; ,
-T l•ttn(lersigied i
11 , !II.• tr,V.l•r! • nv.t...(1 by th , 1t1,111.1 nil
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WINE.; AND LIQC-ORS.
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ANLS .11,1) I `.1;11:1:LI.1N of 1110 1 .1 , t I`.t.
0 B PRINTING, in ery style. doue
♦ at t h e Ott 'o 0 the FRAM:U.4N REPOI4ITM2Y
Hare opened. their store
BpilSrr ant eantractur;,
:Li they are ,
LAUM 7.1; A DJ:
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NO. CORNIIILL, -BOSTON'
Ft, state by nll prominent Booknelhrs. novg it
Vats, (tap ant ,furs.
FURS! VURS I I FUR-S!!!
CHARLES OAKFORD & SONS,
CONTINENTAL HOTEL. PHILADELPHIA.
Have mar open their large and splendid stock of
IthIES FUR CAPES,
• Also the fittest asshrtment of FANCY FUR ROBES,
CA MUFFLERS. and GLOVES ever before otfered
b . ) them. all of is Melt are nn-ranted to be as represented.
-7 7 , , r,STIIPPING FURS BOUGHT. 0et4.1-4m.
GO` : - TO DECIIERT:S
,BUY YOUR HATS AND CAPS
He will sell you a
More Serviceable and
Finer Looking Hat
than can be bought elsewhere.
VRESH ARRIVAL.—Now is the time
r,, teeny your Fall and Winter Goods, and W. W.
PAXTON S m the Market Mouse, is the place to get them
eleap and good. A very fine assortment of •
Men,' fine :111(1 coarse Boots,"Bahnorals and Gaiters,
iLadiwe Glot e Rid, Monier° and
Coarse Slows nod Gaiter.,
Ah.es and Cliddrous' Shoes and Gaiters
of even- style. Also
HENS' AND BOYS' HATS AND CAPS
at prices to suit al., TIII3 best tiunie•nuske of Hats to be
bail. A tine its,,ortinent . •
~= Trunk. Carpet Baas. -
Valises, Canes, •
eonstintly on Land. Call Mal examine our stock before
purchasing. In the Market House, on Second street.
F -A LL S TYLE
HATS AND CAPS. '
DECIIERT b jiht rePeired the
FALL STYLE OF HATS,
' which he is
Selling Cheaper than the Cheapest,
Call and get bargains.
11" ADIES FANCY FURS, At JOHN
J FAREMA'S Ohn EFIATSUMIED FUR MANI'.
FACTORY. No 718 Arch Street, above 7th, Philadelphia,
have nmv to mr_storr of my own Importation and Mann
one 411)6 lameeet and most brautifia selections of
FA.NCY FURS, for Lad a,' and Children's Wear, in the
VII,. Also a hue a.,ortmmit of Gent's Fur Olin es and
1 n 111.11111,411 to di.po.e of my cools at very reromnable
prise., tool I would therefore Nolioit a t'all from my friends
of Franklin voanty owl N u Indy.
Itenteinla;r the Suite, .Nnmber andStrect !
-71 e A r ch street, above 7th, south dde, Philadelphia.
I h.„... „„,,,,, t „ er n or connection r all au miller Store
in Plehidelphia. sep27.4m.
1111 IE PATENT RESORT HAT
SHAPES AND COLORS
un S,011(1 Streit, near the Wththington
AF I N ‘ ' T S '
t S it .l • t IN o
TBE"SHERIDAN RESORTE HAT
11;oe artiele, at PAXTOIsVS.
p BM( )I',AL OF SH'S TOBACCO
\NU $1 STORE.—The undersigned has re
l., Tobacco and isezar Store-to his new room, on
iND STREET, ne,rt door to the Fri6tdship Engine
House, where ho will Loop OTT hand a complete stock of
TOBACCO AISD SEGARS, such as Natural Leaf, Mich
cimol,inir Tobacco, Pipes, die.
apriri C. H. BUSH.
at LOW ['awes, at
,Eituss acribeb‘teit - to.
• R 1J
one door west
ha 3 a
WELL sauct&l) srOcK
and all the best
West End of Brown's Hotel
C. H. CRESSLBIt, successor to HUBER. & CHESS.
LES, has opened in his nits room, on Second street, oppo.
site the Post Office, where every effort will be made to
Sustain the popularity the old establishment had acquired
A continuation of the liberal patronage which the firm re
ceived is respectfully! solicited. A fair stock of Brigs,
Chemicals, and Patent Medicines is new offered. Mao a
desirable assortment of
- Tooth Brushes,
and Fanov Articles in great variety.
KEROSENE LAMPS.—Every deecription of Rand
Lamps, Stan,d Lamps, Ranging Lamps and Side Lamps
suitable for Kithira use, Parlor use, Stare use and Office
THE BEST COAL OIL IN THE MARKET.
Family Dyes of all Colon. - Everything In is-Dr4gists
arPrescriptions receive special attention, 'and are
compounded with care on skill. C., H. CRESSLER,
Second Street, opposite the Post 0111 m.
KENNEDY'S MEDICAL DISCOVERY
liecht's Croup Syrup, •
Velmbold's txtract Baehr;
• Ayers' Cherry Pectoral,
Winslow' Soothing Syrup,
R - O
-C-K O, A
lot URNETT'S COCOAINE
JL.P at SPANGLER'S.
MERCHANT'S GARGLING OIL, AT
Af'F i ALISTER'S OINTMENT,
PURE LIQUOR'S AT
BURT AND COSTAR'S RAT ENTER
ALLNATOR, at SPANGLER'S.
COSTAR'S BED-BUG EXTERMINA
TOR, at SPANGLER'S.
eIORN STARCH, FARINA AND CON
centrated Lye, at SPANGLER'S.
Eirt) attb gang ettobo.
Nearly Opposite to Greenawalt's Hotel,
Have just opened with an entire new stock of Dry Goals
and Notions of all kinds, which they have selected
with great care to adapt them to this market, ,
• -and whir.. will he sold at the lowest
- . CASH e. Their list includes
All grades of Calicos;
best,All-Wool d'Laioes, plain and printed,
Muslin d'Laines, ,
Silk Crape Plaids,
- Panay and Plain cord Amazes,.
Shepherd Plaids, all styles,
Lupen'sbest French Merinos, all colors,
Mourning Goods. all styles,
Plain and Printed Flannels,
Gilbert's Opera Flame* all Colors,
White, fled, Grey and Yellow Flannels,
Ladies Cloaking Cloths, all kinds,
Shirting MII9IIIIII, bleached and brown. .
Sheeting MuslinS, bleached and brown,
Fraley and Plain Casslinem, Freud' and American,
Sattinetti. Tweeds, Jeans, Vestings, Sc.;
Linen Table Cloths, Towels and
Napkins, in every style,
Ladies' Corsets, all prices,
Ribbons, Lanes, Raffles,
• - • Pins, Needles, &a., &e.
ALSO, A GREAT VARIETY OP
BALSIORAL AND IIOOP SKIRTS.
I,temember; Po Old Goods at ECKEL GualEart's
Nav Stop. Call and examine. ang:3o
T E. A'
219 CHESTNUT ST., PHILADELPHIA,
has now open
of his non Importation,
WOOL REP CURTAINS, -
' SATIN LAINE CURTAINS,
CLOTH, TABLE AND PIANO COVERS.
Constantly receiviing NOVELTIES in
- CURTAIN MATERIALS,
embracing the Celebrated SMYRNA. CLOTH and
in every Desirable Style, Color or Price I
cove-Smj_' No 719 Chataul Street, Philadelphia,
- trILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS.
-MI Just receivedafine IineotPATTERN BONNETS.
Also a fine stock of ladies' FURNISHING GOODS. The
latest styles of everything in ladies' wear. Stock now
open at prices defying competition.
LADIES' AND MISSES' HOSIERY—A heautifhland
elegant assortment just received.
h. ery style of TRIMMINGS for Ladies' Dresses, con
stantly on hand. [oetlB.3rai MISS P. BACHE.
lIIKFROCK'S MARBLE WORKS
SECOND STREET. SOUTR OP QUEEN.
- CHAMBERSBURG, PA.
MONIJNENTS, HEADSTONES. ho..
Manufactured to ruder in the best style and of the Late!
'S HOTEL—This Hotel, situ
edcorner of Queen:and Second Streets, R
at°Wl4 on the
,.'tee the Bank, C,ottreßoom, and County Offices, and in
e immediate neighborhood crStores, Shops, and other
places _of business, is conveniently situated los , °gantry
people having business in Clrambosburg. The Building
has been grtatly enlarged and "refitted forth° aecommoda. ,
tiara of Gwen. - - , ,
TILE TABLE Mt alwiye be funHislied With die beet
the Market can produce.
THE DAB. wilLbe impplied with pure awl claim _
THE STAilLtis large and attended winks good and
Every attention will be rendered to Mike Goads eom•
fortable while sojourning at, data BoteL . . ,
febl JACOB, S. DROWN, Proprietor—.
IFTNION, HOTEL—This old and. well
1 1) established Hotel is now open for the accommodation'
The F,'n,prietor bacimgleasedthe threestoxy blockof bull- •
dings on queen Street, in He rear of his former stand, 11
prepared to tarnish GOOD ROOMS for_theArayeling and
HIS TABLE . will sustain its former reputation abet*
_supplied with - the best the market can produce. - . •
HIS BAR, detached from the main building, will al.
ways have choice and pure Liquors.
odGo warm STABLLSG for fifty horsei, with careful
Every affection will be made to render guesti comfort
able while sojourning at this Hotel. -
janlB JXO. FISHER.' Proprietor.
"NATIONAL HOTEL.—The subscriber
would respectitifly annotince that habit' so - far com
pleted his Hotel building na to be enabled to open it
for the accomansintion of the public. The building is en
tirely new and built on the most approYed plan for com
fort and Minverietsce. -
The BAR will always be supplied with the hist of t
_up has also erected In eonnectiou.with the Hotel a large
and Arivenient STABLE. and is now prepared to famish
Stabling and Provender for any number or Home&
Attached to the Stable (undercover) are a pair of HAY
AND STOCK SCALES, to which the especial attention
of Farmers, Drovers and Butchers is invited.
julythi DANIEL TROSTLE-.
- 11 AVID H. .HIITCHISON
eras become the Croprietor of the UNITED STATES
110TE -- neairtlie — Rallroad Depot nt HARRISBURG,
PA. This popular and commodious Hotel has been newly
refitted and furnished throughout its parlors and chambers,
and is now ready for the reception of guests.
, The traveling public will find the United States Hotel
the most ‘conveniant, in altpartieulara of any Hotel in
the State Capital, on amount of its access to the railroad,
being immediately between the two great depots in this
city. Glarrialmrg, June TI, 6341,
STATES. UNION HOTEL,, OPPOSITE
the Lebanon yalley and Pennsytranin Railroad He ,
pots, Harrisburg City, Pa. This souCeident and pleasant
Hotel is now kept by the:undersigned, late of the Indian
Queen in Charnberstearg..and he invites the patronage of
his old friends andthepublie generally. Tennsrnederate.
- oeta-tf JOHN W. TAYLOR.
A NERIC-AN LIFE INSURANCE ArD
TRUST CO., Corner - Fourth and Walnut Streets,
Philadelphia. Incorporated 1850. Charter Perpetual.
Authorized Capital, $500,000. - Paid-Up Capital, SZO,OOI.
• - Philadelphia, Feb. 4, 1864.
The Trustees have this day declared a Dividend of
FIFTY PER CENT, on all premiums received upon MU
TUAL Pomoga - dtaing the year ending December 31st,
le6l, and in force at that date, the above amount to be
credited to said Policies, and have also ordered the divi
dend of 18410 vu Policies issued during that year _to be
paid, as the annual 'premiums on said Policies are re
--- PrZriaente—Alezander Whil
/ Secretary and TrearurerJohn S. Wilson.
Actuary—John C. Sims.
BOARD OF TRUSTRES.;—Alexander _Whintlin, J.
Edgar Thomson, George Hon. lames Polloek,
Alberti C. Roberts, P. B, Mingle, Samuel Work, William
J. Howard, Hon.-Joseph...Allison Samuel T. Bodine, Jelin
Al kman. Charles F. Henzlitt, Isla° Hazlehnrst.
WTI. G. REED - ,.Cluunbetsburg, Pa.,. is the authorized
' Agent of the American . Life Insurance and Trust Oita..
puny, and is always prepared to furnish pamphlets or any
information wanted, and to take Insurances.
this. J. C. luca.trtts and W. H. B . GtLE, Medieel
REFERENCES—Hon. A. K. bi'Clare, Rev. S. J. Mo. -,
eons. J. S. Nixon, Chambersbnrg, and Wm. H. Marshall,.
Cashier of the Hagerstown Banlq'.
Persons desiring information or wishing to insure will
please call on. or by addressing the undersigned they will
be waited on an any .. pcet of the Couhty or State. -
tnerS3 W. G. REED, Agent.
1 - 82 9 CHARTER PERPETUAL.-
FRANKLIN FIRE INSURANCE COM.
PANY OF PHILADELPHIA, -
On January 1, 1265
;INcoxp. 1011 1865
Loss .I , Am SCE 1.13 W
PERPETUAL AND TEMPORARY POLICIES ON
. Edward C. Dale,
CLarles N. Backer
Tublan Wagner, _
Samuel Grant, - Geo. Pales, - - .
Jacob R. Smith, ' Alfred Fitler, ~
0 come W. Richards, Fres. W. Lewis, M. D.
CHARLES _N. BANCKER, President..
EDWARD C. DALE, Vice President. r -,
' JAS. W. M'Actasna, Sec'y pro. tem. - T- - .
DAVID OAKS is the authorized Agent.of the . Com
,pany in Chtunbersburrr, who will furnish all inforniation
necessary to applicants.. maai•tf.
INSURANCE COMPANY OF NORTH
AmmtleA. Incorporated 1794. Charter Perpetual.
CAPITAL e 500,000. Office Mil Walnut Street; Phila
delphia. Tha prompt payment of Claims for LOSIIPI during
the period of nearly seventy years that the Company has
been in exi , itence. entitles them to the confidence of the
This company will also insure against loss by WAR or
Persons wLshing to insure will please call on or address
the undersigned. W. G. REED, Agent, Chambensburg.
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 30th of July, returning the
full premium paid on application at my office.
W. G. REED, Agent.
REFEREWES—.7. D. Grier, .7, Allison Eyster, Esq.,
Major J. C. Austin, Cot. A. K. M . Clure. febB,
OUR' AGENT.—Mr. Join GROVE, gf
Chambersbarg, is the General Agent of the Frank
lin County Mutual Insurance Company. inne7)
NEW QUARTERS AND NEW STOCK.
THE OLD CLOTHING EISPORSIDL
The undensigilild, after a temporary atatence necessitated
by the destruction of Clumbersburg, has again returned
and opened oat In full blast In the Market House lfetween
Wallsoe'aDry Good store and Huber & Len:matures Gro ,
cery store, a large assortment of
'PALL AND WINTER GOODS, of every desiurlption
This stork consists of Ready Made r ClOthini Such is
Over 'Coats, Dress Coati, Pasts, Vests, Under - Shirt.,
Drawers, &c., also
GENTLEMENS' FMCS - ISM - NG GOODS, such as
Cravat, Suspenders, Gloves, Shawls, Handkerchiefs, Col
lars, Umbrellas, &c., &e.
His stock ofCloths for customer work consists of Prtinch,
-English and Domestic manufacture. Black Doe Skinand
Fancy Cassimers. Black Satin, Figured Silks, Plain and
Fancy Cassini er Vestings which will be made up toMder
in styles to'suit the taste of customers, on short notice, and
Haring engaged a practical Cutter from the East, lam
prepared to furnish clothing in the most fashionablestylen,
and as none but experienced workmen are engaged per
-pons may rely upon getting their work wel!done at my
Thankful" ha. the patronage heretofore bestcnred, I re
spectfully solicit a continuance of the same.
octl9 J. T. HosimsoN:
lifirE AGAIN INVITE TEE CITIZENS
of Mercersbnrg. and all who are disposed - tabny
6001) AND CHEAP GOODS. 'to oar large. stock of
Goods, just received from the markets of New York, Phil
adelphia and Baltimore. Oar Stock-comprises, Satinets,
very low. Clunk: ea. and Cloths, Ready. made Clothing.
Boots and Slims. Hats and Cups, Shirts and Drawers,
Jackets—both Wollen and Cotton, Collars and 'Gas. In
addition to our large stock of Gentlemen's Wear ; we
have added. a complete assortment of -
LADIES' -FURNISHING GOODS
consisting of Aferino Jackets, Hoods, Sahibs, HoSe:-150th
Welkin and, CaTon, Gloves of' all kinds, Cloak Trim.
mings, Buttons ., and Threads, in fact, a complete assort
ment vif grit* in their line, to which, we call their estott•
ia)) attention, as wewill sell cheap for cash.
We areprepared at all timesto maks up
- GENTLEMEM'S WEAIi r
in the latest and most approved Style as we Lave in our
employ. a Skillful Cutter and workmen. and which enables
Ilf; to guarantee a complete At •
_ _ _
JOHN R. ST/NE & CO
MEurrnsunta. Nov. 1. 1P85—.5t0.
NEW CLOTHING HOUSE.
Quick Sales and Small Profits- - •
itThe undersigned has opened, in Isaac Hutton's .new
Ming on Hari SIMEET, a huge and splendid stock'of
EADY-MADE CLOTHING which has been out and
made up under his own supenision. Ho has on hand a
l argo m oc k of Piece goods consisting of CLOTHS of all
kinds, Black Doeskin Fancy and ptaue Cit.swwwru of the
of the latest styles, which will be made opts order In the
bent manner to snit the tastes of all and at the lowestpoie
Ile has also - a full stock of GENTS' FURN/SIM4
GOODS, such as Underatarts, Drawers,.oser Shirts,
Buckskin Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Neck-ties, Suspenders,
Collars • Hose of all kinds, Umbrellas, Hats & Caps, &c.
Ife i nasnres all that his - is the place to get the worth 57f
yourcanoney, as he buys for cash and Is enabled to sell
cheaper' than any other store.
Remember the place. South Alain Steed, nearly opposite
Greenawalt's - 110UL Sign of the Red Flag. -
rfA:RRI A-0 MANUFACTORY.—Tfie
undersigued - Would fespeet.mlly inform the public that
he has resumed the Carriage making business at the old
stand of Peiffer & Foltz, on the corner of Market and sea.
and Streets where he is prepared to make to order any
kind if CARRIAGES desired. He will idsokeep on hand
and for side all kinds of vehicles, sneh as BAROUCHES,
CARRIAGES; BEGGIES, &c.
He will alsosive particular attention to repairing -Vehi
cles and - as be has none but the beet of workmen -in Als
employment be feels assured that his work will give sat
Ills prices will be found to be as law if not lower than
at any other shop.
LIVERY.-8e keeps on band a lock of go.d . al e
and driving Homes and Oaf thigeff aliment Halt for
hire at namable rates
may 3 1863 P. Y PRIM&
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