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wnerra TIME TABLE. FIVE TRIMS DAILY
to and from Pilla,klphia and Pittsburg. On and after
Monday; October 31st, 1864, the Passenger Trains of the
Pennsylvania Railroa i Company will depart from Ramis.
burtand artiste at Prladelphia and Pittsburg as follows:
THROUGH EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Harrisburg dai
ly sh. 2.45 A. AL, and arrives at Weft Philadelphia at 6.55
FAST LINE leave' narrisbarg daily ( e xcept Monday)
at 1100 A. M., and arrive* at West Philadelphia at 12.40
P. K. Passengers take breakfast at 'Lancaster.
MAIL TRAM leaves H un i s b - urg daily (except Susi
day) at 1.30 P. at., and arrives at West Phlladelphia at 5..
31 P. M.
PITTSBURG AND ERIE EXPRESS leaves Harris
burg daily .(except Sundays) at 11.55 31., and arrives at-
West Philadelphia at 4.20 A. 3f.
HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION TRAIN. leaves
Hartislntrg daily (except Sunday) at 4.00 P. M., and at.
lives at We Philadelphia at 9.30 r. It. Th.l. train &sae
tonne:aka/rola the West. -
COLUMBIA ACCOMMODATION TRAIN leavesllar
risbarg daily (except Sunday) at 7 A. M., and attires at
Lancaster at 9.15 A. H.: connecting (except on Monday)
with the Fast Line east._
PITTSBURG ANIS ERIE EXPRESS leaves, Harris
burg! daily (except Stnulayfat 12.35 A. 8., Altoona 6.50
A.. 4. , take breakfast, and arrive at Pittsburg at 12.40 P.m.
BALTIMORE EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Harrisburg
daily (except Monday) at 2.'2L A. M. Altoona 6.15 A. IL,
take breakfast, and arrives at Pittsburg at 1.40 P. IL
THROUGH EXPRESS leaveillarrisburg daily at 3.-
24 A. 14„ Altoona at 8.15 A. m., take breakfast and arrives
at Plgsbarg at 2.40 P. H.
PAST LINE leaves Harrisburg daily (except Sunday)
at 4.00 P. Altoona at 9.10 P. 51., take supper, and ar
rives at Pittsburg at 2.00 A. It.
MAIL TRAIN leaves Harrshurg daily (except Sun..
day) at 1.40 P. M.: Altoona at 7.55 P. IL, tido, eupper, wad
arrives at Pittsburg at 1:30 P.
MOUNT JOY ACCOMMODATION west leaves Lan
vaster at 11410 A. H., connecting there.with the Mail west;
leaves Mount Joy at 11.51 .1. IL, and arrives at Harrisburg
at 1.00 P. IL
. THE HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION TRAIN
strum Pittsburg. which arrives at Harrisburg at 6.30 P. M.,
stops there, passengers for East of Harrisburg lay over un.
hi 11.55 P. Y. SAMUEL a YOUNG.
' nov9 • Sup't Middle Div. Penna. R. R.
VORTHERN CENTRAL RAILWAY
FALL TIME TABLE.—Four Trains Daily to
and :from ,Baltimore and Washington City.
Connections made with trams on Pennsylvania Railroad,
s to and from Pittsburg and the West.
F 0 U R TRAINS DAILY to and front the North and
West Branch. Susquehanna, Elmira and all of Northern
1n and after Monday, Oct. 17th, 1054, the Passenger
Trains of the Northern Central Railway will arrive at and
depart from liarrisbUrg and Baltimore as follows
MAIL TRAIN leaves Sunbury daily (except
leaves Harrisburg 1:20 r.u.
arrives at Baltimore 5:40 P.H.
• EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Sunbury daily (en•
cep) Sunday) 11:45 P.M.
, " leaves Harrisburg (except
arrives at Baltimore
HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION leaves
SUNBURY ACCOMMODATION leaves Sun.
bury daily lex. Sunday)
PHILADELPHIA EXPRESS TRAIN leaves
Saribury daily(ex. Sunday) 9.05 P.M.
MAIL TRAIN leaves Baltimore daily (except
Sunday) 9:20 A.H.
leaves Harrisburg 1:35 P.M.
' arrives at Sunbury 4:115 P.H.
EXPRESS TRAM leaves Baltimore daily... P:3O P.H.
arrives at Hamsburg 1 50 A.H.
leaves Harrisburg daily-(ex
arrives at Sunbury
ERIE EX.PREV TRAM leaves'Baltimore
daily texiiept Slarlda, at..
leaves Harrisburg daily (ex
cept Sundays) at
arrives at Sunbury at
HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION leas es
Baltimore daily(ex. Monday 3.00 P.M.
arrives at Harrisburg at. 7:50 P.M.
SUNBUItY ACCOMMODATION leaves Aar
.- risburg dailY . (ex. Sunday). COO P.M.
The Erie Express and Philadelphia Express are throng
trains to and from Erie and all intermediate points. Mail
and Express trains run through to Elmira.
• For further information apply at the Office. in Pennsyl
• vania Railroad Depot.
J. N. Di'IIARRY, Gen. Supt
PHILADELPHIA AND ERIE RAIL
ROAD.—This great trarorsec the Northern and
Northwest counties of Pennsylvania to the eity 1d Erie on
It has been leased and is opera: tl by the Pennsylvania
:Rail Reed Company.
TIME OP PASSENGER TR 'INS AT HARRISBURG
LEAVE EASTWARD. n
- 6:45 P. H.
6:03 A. X.
2:50 A. S.
1.31) P. H.
'the Mail Train
Erie Express Train ..
Elmira Enirmix Train
Elmira Mail Train....
Erie Mail Train
Erie Express Train...
Elmira Express Train
Elmira Mail Train...
Passenger eta, Mil through the Erie 31ti1 and Ex
pram Trains without change both halo between Mullah.:
phia and Erie.
NEW YORK CONNECTION.
Lease New York at 7:00 r. M.. arrive at Fine :MO A. M
Leave Erie at 2.:R"5 P. M., arrive at New York .12, noon:
No Cage of Cars Bare' Erie and Sew York.
Elegant Sleeping Cars ou all Night trains.
-For information respecting Passenger basins apply
at Confer 30th and Market Streets. Philadelphia.
And for Freight brisinem of the,...Company'‘ Agents
S: B. ALNOSTON. Jr., Cor. 13th and Market Sts .111 India
J. W. ASSN - OLDS, Erie. . .
WIL BROWN, Agent. N. C. It K. Baltimere
H. H. HOUSTON.
H. W. GWINNER,
General Tieket Fhtladelphia.
A. L. TYLER.
General Sap't Williamsport.
US. MAIL.-CHAMBERSBURG &
. MT. UNION STAGE LlNES:—Througb fare on
ly a 1,50.. Good stage .—careful iinvers, Stages leave
Mt. Union daily for Shade Gap at 2 o'clock. P. M., tus
king connection at Shade Gar o ith Chambersburg gag , .
on Tneeday, Thursday, and Saturday. Also leaves
Chambersburg for Mt. Union at 7. A. M., on these days. c
Fifty pornars of baggage. at the risk of the owner, al
lowed to each passenger. ho re4ponsibil ity,fnr panels or
packages of merchandise, or other thing ciiitipd, nnteoa
the person sending it bus n entered by the agent on the
Stage Office in Chambersburg. BROWN'S HOTEL.
11. & SHEARER, Proprietor.
SHADE GAP, August, 9 1865.1 y
N A B E C' 0 S
GRA . ./.41 , 1D SQUARE PIANOS
• Which' Powerand sweetness of tone, easy and agree
able touch, - and beauty of Snish, have been by the best of
judgeairronounced " 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 rang
ing foam $5O to 250, As Agent for Raabe &Co., lam en
shied to sell at their Baltimore prices. For farther par.
ticulare apply hi C. RUSTING, Agent,
July 9.6. -ly Chamberitharg, Pa.
STEINWAY PI ANOS.—MEssas.
STRMWAY & SONO hare received upwards of
i f n THIRTY FIRST PREMIUM,
gold - m
iveredals, In Washington, New York, Cin-
Cilltla t. Laois. Chicago. Detroit and other cities.
AT THE WORLD'S FMK
held in t r OirDON, 1802, at which 260 Pianos were on Li ,
Whitton from all parts of the world, the nun PRIZE MED.
AL was awarded to STEINWAY & SaNe, furporerfut clean
brdidatt End ricomathetic tone, troth mallow of work..
For further particulars apply to 8. S. SIIRYOCK,
Agent for Steinway & San's, Chambersburg. Pa. jury l 9
-1 - 1 HUNTING, TEACHER OF MU-
A..../• SIC, takes great pleasure in announcing to the
citizens of Chambersburg, that be is prepared to give in•
struetton on the PIANO, MELODEON, or CABINET
ORGAN, and most respectfully solicits a liberal share of
their patronage. Those not in the possession .of Pianos
can obtain instrudion at bin home, and the use of a Piano
Residence of JOAN Mum., Queen street, near Second.
Teams reasonable. may3l.ly
/II - HE MASON & HAMLIN CABINET
ORGANS, forty different styles, adapted to sacred
and seculiar ramie, for B+'o to &AO each. THIRTY•
FIVE GOLD or SILVER MEDALS, or other find Are
a them., 117ndrated Catalognm free. Ad•
Er,ess, MASON & HAMLIN', Bosrox, or MASON
dROTELERS, NEW sep6.ly.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL',
ROPES & 1 WiNES.
The undersigned having purchased the entire Stock and
Fixtures of the Rope and Twine Manufactory of J. P.
'Grey, dee'd, respectfully announces to her friends, and the
former patrons of the eidablishment, c that she will continue
to carry on the business, in all its various branches, at
THE OLD STAND,
on Franklin street, Cliambersburg, where She will be pleas
ed to receive the mills and orders of the public. All kinds,
sizes, andqualities of
ROPES, CORDAGE, TWINES, &C.,
alw4s kept on hand or made to order of the best materna,
and farnised at:reasonable prima In connection with the
above business, ebe Lt also prepared to manufacture
as well as Horse Blankets and Fly Nets of superior q nal
ity and style. Personi in want of superior arttcles in the
above line•are requested to call, sr send their orders, whlelt
will be attended to promptly,
LADIES' CLOAX4NG -CLOTH'S
BLACK CLOTH, (very cherm9..
• (all wool, heavy.)'
. Ladies Call and Exanidne at
WHITE'S NEW STORE ROOM,
THE PRESIDENT AND MANAGERS
of the Chambersbnrg Turnruke Road Company
lave tbli day, Now 6. deohlrod a Seni•Annual Dirklemit
of one cad a half ptr cent on the Capital Stork of said
Company, payable on and after Nat.. .15th at Nixon's Drug ,
Store. tnacitlf) J. S. NIXON, Treasurer.
JOB PRINTING, in every style, done
itt the ago of Cho FItANSIIN ESPOSITORY.
°S ts 83 , 111 ,. igh;zaa4re.
LIGHTNING RODS GALV/WIZED.=
ETTER ETSTER are prang an LfsfAtninof
Rods of Galvanized Iron (all the rods ice twisted from the
top to thegrownd) which is far saperlor for dutabilit) , and
protection than the common straight Black loon Roils.—
The Gedrocited rod being a more poluu conductor and
comes cheaper, also Lightning Rods repaired in good style.
call and examine the Galvanized Rods before having any
of the - black rods pot op, Store Room on Blain street.
000 K STOVES AND TEN WARE_
All.Taitrr a. of Cook Stoves, Parlor and Wood Stares
(for burniug wood or coal.) Tin, Sheet Iron, Copper and
Brass Ware of oil kiuds constantly on hand and for sale
cheap. to ETTER & EYSTER'B, Main Street, opposite
Eyster & Bro.: Store. •
EROSENE OIL AND LAMPS.-ET
TER & EYSTER are selling very best quality
of Kerosene Oil and Lamps, also Lamp Shades, of all pat
terns, Chimneys, Wicks, Burners, Lamps of all kinds
altered and repaired at short notice, at their Store Room
cm Main Street.
COPPER WORK.-ETTER & EYS
TER are prepared m make any size Copper Stills,
Worms Pipes. BrEtems' KatleA, in fact anything-made of
Copper and at the Very- lowest Price. All kinds of Cop
per reputing done, and work all guaranteed.
'UTTER EYSTER ARE PREPARED
114 to do all kinds of GASTITTING. PLUMBING and
BELL HANGING at short notice and `work guaranteed
to glee satisfactiou.
VTTER & EYSTER ARE PREPARED
124 to put up HEATERS of all kinds, with portable and
Brick Casing, COOKANG RANGES of all kinds, with Flat
Water Tanks and every convenience you may want.—
Call nod •ee us betore making any arrangements with
STOVkii, TLN-WARE, &C-.
3[IILER. HAMILTON & CO.,
bate - : . inlored to their Mammoth Stove
Establishment on the
S CORNER OF DIAMOND
where they are prepared to accommodate all aho may
want anyihirc u< their hoe.
They keep - sale, at reduced prices, all the best pat-
CiioE AND PARLOR STOVES
They are ~ so to pnt HEATERS into housee,
3 , 15 A.H.
Tlx w RE. SHEET IRON' WARE, &c.
of eve•t :,1!"1,11,1 made of beat maternal can be hr 4
of miLLEI: LTON SZ Co S. nett store at low
I° 35 A.M.
MILLER II CO. pat up SPOUTING,
GALVANIZED LI( 41 rm....z, RODS. and do Jobblog
by la 1.. P., that cannot be eamphsitied of.
ATILLER. HAMILTON & CO., HAVE
L just opened, on the S. E. Corner of Diamond, a
large and u ell selected assortment of HOUSE FURNISH
ING GOODS, such a. , Cedar Tuba Buckets; &e., Bat.
kern, S.,ftem, Coffee 3121/5, Knircw and Parka troona, ckc.,
for sale lop- ,
They Las,. n splendid stock of Kerosene Oil, Lamps,
Lanterns. Lamp Sondes, Chimneys, Wicks and Burners
of best tpmkt:, . • d ai cheapest prices.-
Larnpr rry,ln i quiokly and n ell.
ATILLER. HAMILTON & CO—HAVE
/11 a We, ktork of BRASS. ENAMELLED -AND
PORCELA LS KETTLES for sale cheap.
The hare Lard Cana. Coal lbxls. Shovels. Ton t o,
Toilet W. re Se fiery lire. and a: greatly reduced rates
INf fLLE . I::HA3IILTON & CO.,
E le eight their large *lock of goo,la before the ad
eanoe.npr'", Ens:. for cash, and ran and will sell at
2 0' ..rt
. 1:45 P.M.
cintiP, from a Tin Roof to a Tin Cop;
'kir° 4• .i 7.rpl onee fur yourAelrek
F''" ci4MFOR T . CONVENIENCE
6. my and Lur bThty, Ilse
)N •S LONDON
RANGE EMIL ,LNI ENTED,
S?LI. , sr
CHASE. lARPE dc. THOMPSON'
..P.A.o N. Second Se., Philadriphia.
Iron Founders. and Manufacturers , k 1 StOVES, Beaters,
Tinned and Enamelled Wares, &c., &e [EOlien.6M.
A y A 'MIES. CLOCKS, JEWELRY, &c
a %fell Felerted assortment of goods
in m 3r., Ly
Opposer the Post Oftec, on Sccond Street,.,
where my i , h.l and I hope many .new customers wtriind
me 4 1unnZ husineg< hours. Mt old stock having beep re
dived very the :36th of July last,,l was Com
pel:ed to buy an
Entire New Stock of Goods,
ut,“ b ate of the latent styles and patterns, consisting of
Gold and Silver (Imported and American)
Gent's and Ladies' Wattles,
Jewelry of tine and medium qualities,
- Silver Thimbles,
Frou and Butter Knives,
Gold Pens of Ilnequality,
• Razors, Strops and Brushes,
Silvet Pla•ed Spoons. Forks and Butter Knives,
Poi ke. Books,
- Nall and Tooth Brushes,
Rcildintrand Pocket Combs,
Lead Pencils, *"
- Morocco Satchels ;
Large and Small Willow Baskets,
MIIS . ICAL INSTRUMENTS,
Tire Imbortmeut of CLOCKS t 4 large and of every va
chave on hand the HENRY REPEATING RIFLE,
othiph Pan he hre .1 jiftton, time in that many woad/.
Everylealy should k.ave nue for self detente. -
The public are Inifted to eat and examine them.
PISTOLS on hand and orders filled far any kind that
may be wanted. Partridges of all sizes kept on bald.
From long experience I can adaptSpentacleetothe sight
of the old as well an middle aged. SPECTACLES AND
EVE GLASSES in Gold, Silver and Steel Frames al- .
ways no hand.
Fhning the agency for the sale of the celebrated BUR
GLAR AND FIRE-PROOF SAFE, manufactured by
Farrell, Herring. S Co, I will fill orders at the =mdse.
tore, price. AII information in regard to them given.
'ILP public are invited to call and examine the stock. -
WalPhe. Clock% and Jewelry repaired at low rates to
der EDWARD AUGHINBAUGH.
G oLD, sThrER. &l. PLATED WARE
P. G. DITMAN,
.craned .vtrett nr IcnehtnArton Hotel Qui:ding,
lioe just returtied fr,tri the city with a large and cheap
stock goods, to wha‘h he invites all to come and exam
,,,• ludo', purchasing elbew here. 1113 stock conallts
GOLD AND SILK ER WATCHES,
of tin latent styles,
lip N 1 nwi Sils or Clatiur,
Ear and Fulger
Nieces Buttons, Stade. etc
Table and Tea Spoon, Forks, Napkin Rings, Butter
Nniter, umairt, de.
; 0 1,4,1 to my t.tock a large mutortinent of
thirit - 1,1, 41 ulei - eight fin) Cf.( ICKS, all of Which will be
t;.,/.4.1 warranted to. reresented.
to Thaskful to my many friends anti customers for
the ;, ir nen, I ptlmnagr• tv(.11141 ruSt respectfully ask of
tin In n continuance of the RION,
atugl64f F. G. DITMAN.
Leitate rri F J. I'OsEY.)
Would respeettully inform their fiends and the public
generally that they have last returned from the cities with
r large stork of New and Beautiful Goods.—coneisting
FINE GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES AND
JEWELRY OF EVERY DESCRIPTION:
SILVER and PLATED WARE. SPOONS. FORKS,
LADLES. KNIVES and CASTOR:St—Scissors, Pocket
Knives, Razor*, Razor.Straps.—Hair, Tooth, and Nail
Brushes,—Pocket Books, Combs of every kind, Leather
Satchels, and a General Variety of FANCY GOODS.—
A Largo A ssortineut of SPECTACLES TO SUIT ALL_
EY Es angit.tim
MARY R GRAY
E N R Y HARPER,
11 52 Al(C11 SrFIEF.T PtIILADIMPRIA.
SOLID SILVER WARE,
and inparlor SILVER - PLATED WARE. oatll.3ld.
APPLES.—E. D. REED having procured
from the best orchards in thLs county a variety of
choice, select, hand•ploked Apples, with. which be lam•
pared to Supply the town, preferring die supplying of I&
eartmners to shipping Apples nut. lncrifft
Stark opposite old Bank,
for wood or coal and
NINE PLATE STOVES
T HE QUAKER CITY
RUSEUSS COLLEGE _ >
N. E. COR. T&vry A.ND CHESTNUT STREETS,
The most complete and thoroughly appointed Business
or Commercial College in the country.
The only one in the eitypotseseing a Legislative Chat
ter, and the only one in the,United States authorized to
confer Degrees of Merit. 'Diplomas awarded to graduates
in the Commercial Course under its corporate seal try .
thority of law.
Conducted by gentlemen of liberal education and eaten
sive experience In bosinees, and affording unequalled ad
vantages for the thorough theoretical and practical edu
cation of young men for the carious duties and employ
meets of business life.
THEORY AND PRACTICE CO;IRDIED
by a system of
ACTUAL BUSINESS TR.AIN.Mn
original and preeminently practical, giving the student in
the shortest time a complete insight into therontine, de
tails, customs and forms of business in general, as cOadaa
ted in the best-regulated commercial and financial estab•
THEORETICAL - BOOKSEEPING
Upon a new plan, with an original exposition of the science
of accounts, arranged and published by the proprietor of
this Institution exclusively for his own use, saving-one
half the ordinary labor of the student, and giving him a
complete knowledge of the practice of the best account
THE COMMERCIAL COURSE
Bookkeeping, Commercial Ar#Ametic; Pennunzahip, Bus
nests Correspondence, Comm ercial Lae, Lectuerts on
Business Affairs, Commercial Customs, Forms
end Actual Business Practice.
Algebla and the Higher 3fathematics, Phopography, Or
namental Penmanship, the Art of Detecting Coun
terfeit Money, Engineering, Surveying, Na
vigation and Telegraphing.
The arrangements for Telegraphing are far in 'advance
of any thing of the kind over offered to theiniblfc - . A rel.
War Telegraph Line is connected with the Institution with
twenty branch offices in various parts of the city, where
public business hi tranZacted, and in which the students of
this Institution are permitted to practice. No regular of
fice practice can be had is any other school of instruction
in the country, without trlaich no one can obtain a position
as a practacal operator. Young limn are cautioned against
the deceptive representations of those who, without any
such facilities, pretend to teach Telegraphing.
This institution is now enjoying the largest patronage
ever bestowed upon any commercial school in the State.
Over rive hundred students were in attendance the first
year, and over seven hundred during the past year. The
best class of %Indents may invariably be found here, and
all its associations are first class.
LOCATIO:s; AND ACCOMMODATIONS
The Imititutiun is located in the most central part of the
Jetty, and its actroormodatons, for extent, elegance and
conienience, are nnsurpasbed. All the rosin have been
fitted up in the very best style meth
BUSINESS OFFICES OR COLITECG HOUSES
TELEGRAPH OFFICES, STATIONERY STORE,
BANK OF DEPOSIT AND ISSUE,
supplied with finely-enzraved hthographie notes Deed as
a eireubsting medium in the Department of actual Dui •
PRACTICAL EDUCATION FOR BUSINESS
We guarantee a course of instruc ti on no Where else equal
led,. while the reputation and standing - of the Instituhon
among hardness men ma!-e its endorsement the best pass
port. to success and advancement• All et ditemplatinz en
tering any Commercial College are ranted toe,nd lor an
ILLUSTRATED CIRCULAR & CATALOGUF
cualaining . roinplote iuferior vows of tiv , and full
particulars of the corms.• ofSr.-
T. C. SEARCH,
Specia! • reader a•. d
Eirp aub Santo 6,00b0.
G 0 0. 1 3 / 4 4 S
ECKEL 4. GILBERT
NEW ST OR I
Scarly Opposite to Grtenowales Hotel,
Flare just opened with an entire new st4eledf — Dry (bads
and :Notions tif all kinds, which they have selected
with great care to adapt them to this market, -
and which will be soid at the lowest
CAMI RATIIi. Their list Includes
An grades of Calicos,
Lupen's best All-NVeol dTaines, plain and printed,
Ainelines, - -
Silk Crape Plaids,
Fancy and Piatri cold Armorer,
Shepherd' Plaids. all styles,
Lupen's best French Merinos, all colors,
Mourning Goods, all styles,
Plain and printed Flannels,
Gilbert's Opera Flsanebi, all colors,
White, Red, Grey and Yellow Flit:mels,
Ladles' Cloaking Cloths, all kinds,
Shirting :gaoling, bleached and brown,
Sheeting 'Minding, bleached and brown
limey and Main cassimeres, French e and American,
_Sistlinetts, Tweeds, Jeans, l'estinge, dec.,
Linen Table Cloths, Towels and
Napkins, in every style,
Ladles Corsets; all ‘ ptioes;_.
Ribbons, Laces, Ruffles,
Pins, Needles, &e.., Ste.
BALMORAL AND HOOP SKIRTS
r Remember, Ns Old Goads stEcaxt. & GILBERT'S
New B.tere. Call and examine.
I E. W A L R A V E N,
719 cilEsrNur PH1L.477F.LP1114.
has now open
of his own Importution.
BROCATELLE CURTAINS. .
WOOL REP CURTAINS,
AQLOTB, TABLE AND PIANO COVERS
I.:mutantly receiving Not ELTIEI iu
embracing the Celebratral SMYRNA CLOTH saul
in every Desirable Style, Color or Price!
mve•aml No 719 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia
IiLL-LINERY AND FANCY GOODS.
iVI Just received a fine linen! PATTERN BONNETS.
Also a fine stock of ladles' FURNISHING GOODS. The
latest styles of everything in ladies' wear. Stock now
open at prices defying competition.
LADIES' AND MISSES' HOSIERY—A beautiful and
elegant assortment jolt received.
Every style of TRIMMINGS for Ladies" Dresses, con
stantly on hand. loctlB 311111 MISS P. BACHE.
REMOVAL OF BUSH'S TOBACCO
AND SEAR STORE.—The undersigned him re
moved his Tobaceoand Segar Store to his new room, on
SECOND STREET, sect door to the Prtendshtp Engine
House, where he will keep on hand a complete steak of
TOBACCO AND SEGARS. Ilurlt an Natural /teat MO'
Igan and Smoking Tribune, Pipes, &e,
1 1 /NFROCK'S MARBLE WORKS,
SECOND STREET. SOUTIT UP QEEEN,
CHAMBERSBURG, PA. •
MONUMENTS, HEADSTONES , &c.,
Menufacturnd ta, order in the beet styie anti of the Latest
co - 111,70 m, larposunte, qamberoAntrs, Pa.
lit arblvare eutlap, kr.
HA B D - W A BE
HUBER & TOLBERT :.
Have opened their store
on Main street, . , ,
nearly opposite their old place of business,
with an erteasive stock of Hardware, Cutlery, &c.,
coma*g in part ef
arngs's• Varnish, J
Planes, , • _Musk,
. 4 ,....,,
Grind Stones, 7
Special attention Is called
'"' , as they are
prepared to furnish in any quantity,
everything in their line.
Call and examine our stock.
The subscriber respectfully informs his friends and the
public, that he continues to carry on the above business,
at his old stand, on Main Street, opposite the German Re
. red Church, CIIAMBERSBURG, PA.
Having enlarged his business, Saddlers and Coach•
makers will find in his Store ROOM a general assortment
of goods suited to their several requirements, such as
Pair - and Country Hogskiss,
Saddle Trees and Girdling.
Gig Trees, Tull Plated, Tinned and Japanned ; Goat
Hair, Straining Web and Worsted Rain
Web, lower than Cotton
Eames, Bits and Stinging, Plated, Tinned and Japanned
Coach Handles, new styles; Curtain Frames; Hub Bands;
Bridle Fronts; Roseates, Swivels and Ornaments; Iron
Plated and Wood Gig Homes.
BUCHLES--BRASS, SILVER AND JAPANNED,
all Styles and Patterns; Ivory and Wooden Martingale
Rings, Stamp Joints, and a variety of other goods suitable
for the trade.
ALL KINDS OP PLATING, &a., done with neatness
and despatch. tdecl4l LEIVIS.W.AMPLER.
BRAND & FLACK
Had a lOW goods under the pavement, which were not
burned. Such as Locks, Hinges. Screws and other Hard,
ware. - Besides, they have just received from New York .
and Philadelphia a very large lot of goods, purchased mitch
cheaper than they are generally sold. They having been
burned out, therefore we offer Iron, hails , Hocks, Hinges,
Screws, Bolts, Oils. Class. Paint. be., at the lowest figure.
TO BLACKS3IIT HS AND FARMERS!
We haveLon_band about 10 Tuna Iron of different kinds,
which we will sell less than it can be bought in tie city.
Also we have 100 keg , . of Nails and Spikes, we offer at
from 6to 10 dollars per keg,
Knives and Forks, Se..Ortl, Rozors. Pocket Knives,
Spoons, &c. - , just received from Now York which we offer
very low-. ' sew
CARRIAGE MAKERS' GOODS,
at BLAND & FLACK'S.
SHOVELS, FORKS - AND SPADES AT
25 cents each and many other article+ which was in
the fire, which can be made as pond as new
at BRAND & FLACK'S.
CEDAR WARE.—CaII at the' Store in
the Alley. BRAND & FLACK.
AT VERY SMALL PROFITS,
and no n.stano, at 'the Old .117 par and Old Stand,
ON TUB CORNI.It OF MAIN AND WAsMINGION STREETS.
Prime Rio, Jaya and Marimba COMittl.
Roamed and Grotind Coffees.'
Sugur-e of every grade, from the bead Double Refined
Loaf down 10. 12i rent Brown Sugar.
Freeb Gunpowder Imperial, of fine flaN or.
Old and luting Hymn., and SUpeliOeßlitea Tea..
• Y P S.
Lov er . g 'it So 1 Bnaht Yellow Syrnp.
golden Yelhta SFrtrp, at tr., eent 'per Tian.
New Crop New (Mean,. Baking Molasses.
Prime fresh C.ty cured Hams, warranted sound *good
Dned Beef ROW:MS. Itaeon, Sides and Shoulders.
Freell Shad 111 A. 1 and 2 Shore 3faokerel by the
horri. Lahti, quartera iodate and single pound.
P i C- E S
Whole and Fre,h Ground Spices, warranted pure
Pure Apple.. Pebehes, Cherties, Black Berries, &c.
Tamarinds and Jollies fur the sickly.
,Chprrlos, Plums and _Apricots preserved in
brandy. Cannod Oysters and Tomatoes.
By the Dozen, Jar. Keg . or BarreL Also Strong Cidnr
Jerry reard.errieo and Dried Fruits.
liaisons Carrara. and Dried Denman Pears, sots.
J. .4 MPS.
Kerosene Lamps, Channerc, ShadeJaad Wieks.
Pure !termed l',ll 011.
1;12,.-Were Queens•VVere. Stone e fid Earibem Ware
Cedar and Willow Ware, &c., all of which bag been
bonght on the best terms and will be sold at a'amall ad.
Nance by [octli] K D. REID.
the patio rretierully that they have re-opened their Gro
cery Store in the room formerly oocupied by the Hook and
Ladder Company..ui the Market House, and take this
method at returning their thanks for the liberal patronage
heretofore extended to them_ Their stork Is complete In ,
es ery cnnrty or FAMILY GROCERIES, consisting of
Haul. Syrups Salt. Mackerel, Cider., Sdpirs, Tess, To-
Nieces, Brushes. Bosuns. Buckets. Cords, Twine& Glass
ware. Queensware and everything heretofore kept at their
former pis; eof business. They still alums keep a nutE
,lent sari: un halAlli to to. enablioi to meet the demands of
the community. COUNTRY PRODUCE taken in en.
change for gins is at cash market prices, Dhn:t forget the
place, (Market llouee.} three daors from the eerver. on
Queen Street. fauglil HUBER LEMASTER.
M P 0 R T E R, - S
WINES AND LIQUORS.
LAUMAN, SALLADE &CO.,
NO. 111 4 b 01.711 .NrsTri STREET.,
&wen Churnut and Walnut Strata. PAiledeplua.
GF.O. N. LAUMA..N,
A. M. SALLADE,
J. D. BITTING,
Each bottle sealed with green wax with the faitials of the
SUPERIOR OLD MADKIRAWINE
FINE SHERRY, CLARET AND
• HOCK WINES •
AND AN ASSORTMENT OF
FINE BRANDS OF CDAMPAONE
OSBORNE & CO.'S
I PERT FINE AND DELICATE
OLD PORT W - INE, •
Each howl(' Pealed with yellow wax with the initials of the
OLD` RYE WHISKEY_
OLD WHEAT WHISKEY,
LAUMAN, SALLADE & CO.,
Nu. I ^. d
_South. iVtnth Street, Phitacklphia.
CVARPETS ! CARPETS t! CARPETS!!!
The unilerSigned takes pleasure in announcing to the
public, that they have on hand. at their store
ON SOUTII-MAIN STREET,
Chatubersburg, a large sniek of Carpets, Ma:misting of In
grain, Venitinu, Stair, Cottage, Rag and List Carpets, of
differentst - rliis and qualities. Also,
FLOOk STAIR AND_ TABLE OILCLOTHS.
Cocoa Batting. Donridats, Coverlets, Cotton Laps, Stock
ing Yarn and Carymt Chain always on hand.
They--also mintinne to manulactnre all kinds of
xt reasonable rides.--
af The highest price paid for good earpat rage,
_ . P. NICKLAS & 8110
IPORTANT TO THE PUBLIC.—The
` Grover & Baker Sewing Machine Company manufito
tare, la addition to their i l ilehinted GBOVER'& BAKER
STITCH MACHINES. the roost: porfeet SHUTTLE OT
LOCK-STITCH MACHINE in the market. and afford
paribasers the opportunity of selectin g , after trial and ex
amination of loth, the one best suited to their wants.
We call special attention to their new No. I MANU
FACTURING MACHINE, which le adapted to every
variety of serving', tnon the thinnest =bill, to the het, lest
leather, and will work equally well with cotton, linen ur
silk thread. For sale by
oetlfQin 11. E. lIOKE, Chambersburg.
MO DYSPEPTICS.—Having been hulk
ted Ira a number of ears with Dyspepsia, I was
advised to try Dlt. MEDICINE for that
disease. I derived great benntit and recommended it to
quite a number of my- friends and who were also much
benehtted by It, and whose testimonials can be had If nec
essary. Ihave been appointed by Dr. Wluhart as Agent
for the Sale ofbis Methane, wholesale or retail.
W. G. REED,
Weal Repoeltory deee, Charnbeellang Pa
C. U. 1417611
Builders and Contractors;
RIVESE, GARDR&P'S‘ CO.'S
SUPERIOR COGNAC BRANDY - ,
VINTAGE 01' '
IMPORTED B! '
LAUMAN, SALLADE & CO
LAUMAN, SALLADE 3: CO.,
No. South Ninth Streit, Philadelphia.
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SHEREAN AND HIS CAMPAIGNS:
COL. S. N. BOWMAN AND LT.-COL IL 11. IRWIN,
IVol. Svo. 500 Page&Slso.
With Sp/eneltd Stet/ Animal. , of •
MaJor-General SHERMAN, 312. jet General SCHOFIELD,
, " 110WAILD, .` SLOCUM,
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This work—written by CoL Bowman. Gen. Sherman's
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itary writers—is the ONLY COMPLETE OFFICIAL
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.041akaracter of the work.
LA_VCASTER, Ohio. July 31, 1861
C It R1 , 11.1111 ,, 0N, Esq., ..341.1 Broadway, R. Y. t.--frut
—Cot. S M. Bowman, an acquaintance 44 mine since9f33,
and more recently in the service of the U. S.. has had ac
cess to my Order and Letter Books, embracing copies of
all orders made and lettere written by me since the winter
of 1f111.2.-with a view to publish a memoir of my Life and
ServiFes, and no other person has had such an opportuni
ty to read my secret thoughts and acts. I believe him to
be in pUt570 4, 81013 of all authentic facts that can interest the
generakreader. I am, te., W. T. SHERMAN,
The Work ts aVld only by Subscription.
AGENTS WANTED in every County. Exclusive
territory zrven, and liberal inducements offered. For full
particulars. admirers D. B. RICHARDSON, Publisher,
540 Broadway, - N. Y.
Inr Read the opinions of the Peas:
It must take the Brst place for fairness and authenticity,
and while it gives full details of Sherman 's military ca
reer, it abounds in those revelations of early "'history. of
private life and emotion. which awaken a personal inter
est —Springfield Republican.
The record of these most important campaigns or the
war could nosy be properly recounted 'by military men,
and the gentlemen who have so carefully performed the
work, display a competency that enhances the brilliant
subject-matter they have salitinutely and ablyipresented.
No bare "great expeefations" of tbis book, and believe
they will be met. It trill prove a volume of rare interest
and value.—V. Y. Com. Adroruser.
A work of great interest and value. In addition to its
being perfeetly authentic, it must contain material want.
ing in other hooka—Boston Recorder.
The book is well writttlu. and cannot help to be an im
portant contribution to the history cf the war.—N._Y. &re.
fling Pon. no•ta4tt*
Mato, Qtagi anti Sus.
FURS! FURS!! FURS!!!
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
CHARLES to AKFORD & SONS;
CONTINENTAL HOTEL, PHILADELPHIA
Have now open their large and splendid xtiick of
LADIES' FUR CAPES, ,- . • .
Also the finest assortment of FANCY FUR ROBES,
CAPS, MUFFLERS, and GLOVES ever before offered
by therm all of wbiet are narranted to be as represented-
SHIPPING FURS BOUGHT oer-54m.
11RES11 ARRIVAL.—Now is the time
to buy your Fall arid Winter Goods, und W. W.
PAXTONS, in the Market House, Is the plueataget them
chap and good. A very line assortment of
•tens' fine and coarseßoots, Balmorals and Gaiters,
Ladies' Glove Kid, Mortice(' and -
Coarse Shoes and Gaiters, -
Misses and Child.reus' Shoes and Gaiters
of every et3le. Also
JNIENS',AND BOYS' HATS AND CAPS
at prices to suit all. The best Itome.make of Hats to be
had. A. tine assortment of
Trunks, Carpet Bags.
Umbrellas, Ar r e st ,
cenetantly on hand. Call and examine our stock before
purchasing. In the Market House, on Second street._
.LADIES FANCY FURS, AT JOAN
FAREIRA'S OLD Earmu.lsttku Fru MANU
FACTORY, No. 71S Arch Street, afoul 7th. Philadelphia,
hire now in my store army own Importation andManus
ficture, one of the largest most 'beautyla selections of
FANCY FURS, for Ladies' and Children's Wear, in the
City. Also a fine absortment of Gent's Fur Gloves and
- I am enabled to dispose of my goods at very reasonable
priees, and I would therefore solicit a call from my friends
of Franklin county and vicinity'.
Remember the Name, Number and Street I •
718 Arch Street, above '7th, south side, Philadelphia.
I have no partner, nor connection with any other Stu
In Philadelphia. sep274m.
ltifEN'S BOY' S AND CHILDREN'S
- HATS of every style to be had cheap at
TIE -SHERID'AN RESORTE HAT,!!
a nice article, at PAXTON'S.
1 CANES AND.IIJALBEELLAB, of the beat mann
&walk. at PAXTON'S.
;Drums ant ititebirineo.
NEW DRUG STORE,
one door west
-..and lb* best
West End of Brown's Hotel
C. H. CRESSLER, successor to If grata & C Eke-
LEE. has opened in hisnew room, on Second street, oppe•
site the Post Office, where every effort will be made to
sustain the popularity the old establishment bad acquired
A continuation of the liberal patronage which the firm re.
ceived is respectfully solicited. A fair stock of Drugs,
Chemicals, and Patent Medicines is new offered. Also a
desirable assortment of
Pocket Bao - ia,
- Cloth Bmshes,
and Fancy Articles in gteat variety.
KEROSENE LAXPS.—Every description of Hand
Lamps, Stand Lamps, Hanging Lamps and Side Lamps
suitable for Kitchen use, Parlor use, Store use and Office
THE BEST COAL OIL IN THE MARKET.
Family Dyes of all Colors. Everything in a Druggists
line of business.
AgrPnitscriptions receive special attention ' and are
compounded with care and skill. C. H. CRESSLER,
Second Street, opposite the Post Office.
KENNEDY'S MEDICAL DISCOVERY
Plecht's Croup Syrup.
Helmlarlits Extract Buchn,
Ayers' Sarsaparilla , -
Ayene Cherry Pectoral,
WinFlow' Soothing Syrup,
. . .
.4 at SPANGLER'S.
ROSE, A - T
0C K -
CEIA3IOIS SKINS, AT
i Ire t ALISTER'S OINTMENT
PURE LIQUORS, AT
BURT -LAND COSTAR'S RAT ENTER
MINATOR, at SPANGLER'S.
COSTAR'S BED-BUG EXTERMINA
TOR. at SPANGLER S.
CORN STARCH. FARINA AND CON
centrated Lye. at SPANGLER'S,
VOW IS THE TlME.—Allpersons'de
..1.11 shuns of haring fat, healthy Stook. Should no
INLXON'S CATTLE POWDER.,
ATTENTION FARMERS.—Iise NIX
ON'S CATTLE POWDEIt for your Horses,
Cows, Hogs and SheeP, if you desire healthy Stock.
GOOD BUTTER.-NIXON'S CATTLE
POWDER will cause a greater flOw of richer milk,
producing more butter than any Powder' in use.
LXON'S CATTLE POWDER.-Try
t and be convinced that it will do more tbau any,
V i IX ON ' S STOCK OF MEDICINES
-L N is cery complete, fresh and reliable.
MLYON'S STOCK OR - PERFUMERY,
maps, Brnshes, Combs and Fancy Articles is the
largest in the county.
FOR COLDS.-Try NIXON'S COUGH
- rtIEETH.—If yon want a good Tooth
J. Brneh and something to keep the teeth clean, call at
„Sobbing anb 314arneso.
JEREM-L9ll OYSTER respectfully returns his
thanks to his patrons for the-liberal tcoura g erneot meet-
Fed from them heretofore, and he would invite them and
the community generally, who may need any thing in his
line, to give lam a call at his new stand, on Main Street,
on the same site occupied by him previous tothe lire, where
be keeps constantly on hand, every variety of SADDLE
RY AND HARNESS of his own manufacture, and he
is prepared to sell the same on terms that defy esampeti
bon. Every article odbreil - for sale is warranted to be
made of tke best; matenot and by competent workman,
which n ill be fullydemonstrated on an examination Merl.-
ot. • , -
TRUNKS AND VALISES.—Re would also call the
attention of persons wanting a good, neat and 'cheap and
substantial Trunk or Valise to his assortment.- riprill.9l
SA D RS' lIARDWARE.-C.
F,-.1 GORDON has fast purchased in the East a large
stock of SADDLERS' HARDWARE consisting of
Buckets, Rings, Mitts, llama, Bridle Fronts, Tacks, Riv
ets, Rosettes,' Swivels, Pad Screws, Gig Trees, Black
trimmed and fall-plate self-adjusting trees, Patent and
Enamelled Leather, Saddlers' Hair, Patent Leather Col
lars, Ornaments, Girth and Rein Web, Cock-eyes, Thread,
Trunk, Nails, Neck Protectors. Atc....tc.; whivh he inciter
Saddler's and others to call and examine. and which - Will
be sold at low-rates.
CURRt COMBS, HORSE CARDS,
Mane Cards, Brushes, Horse Boots, Cow Rides and
many other articles not necessary to enumerate, at
HARNES S, SADDLES, BRIDLES
Collars ers, dx., always at hand at
SUB • •'. ELAN
BEDDING AND FEATHER_ WARE
HOUSE I—No. 44 Nora Troth, Strut, abiro Market,
BED QUILTS. dze. Are.
Dr TUCKERS' Celebrated SPRING BED .
article In tlierßedtlingllee, atlha limit market imoee.
5420.31 a AMOS HiLLBORii.
BROWN'S HOTEL.-- T -This Hotel, situ
ated on the comer of game and Second Streeta
posi!e the Bank, Court Room, and County Offices, and in
the immediate neighborhood of Stores, Stow, and other
- places of business, is conveniently situated for country
people having business in Chambensburg. The Building
has been greatly enlarged and matted forthe ficeommods,
lion of Guests.
VIE TABLE will Lila - aye be tarnished with the best
i.eitiarbet can produce.
THE BAR-will be supplied with pore and choice Li
THE STABLE is large and attended witha good. and
Every attention xlll be rendered to make Guests cote.
fortable while sojourning at this RoteL
febl , JACOB S. BROWN, Proptietor.
TTNION HOTEL.—This old and well
(../ established Hotel is now open far the amoraraodation
The Proprietor having leased the three-story block of buil
dings on Queen Street, in the rear of hie former litatid,
prepared-to furnish GOOD ROOMS for the traveling and
HIS TABLE willaturtain its former reputation of being
supplied with the best the iparket can produce.
1115 BAR, detached from the main building, will al.
trays bare choice and pare Liquors. -
Good warm STABLING for fifty horses, with careful
-- - .
Every attention will be made to render guests comfort,
able while sojonming at this Hotel.
jauis JNO. PISIIER, Proprietor
YATIONAL HOTEL.—The subkri
_LI would respectfully announce:that helms° far .
pleted bls Bagel building as to be enabled to o
ler Ito accianniodatinn atilt. public. The building
tirely new and built du the moat approved plan fo
fort and converience.
The BAR will always be supplied vitt! th
lle has also erected in connection with tit.'" otel a large
and convenient STABLE;and is now prepared to furnish
Stabling and Provender for any number or Horses.
Attached to the Stable pander cover) are a pair Of HAY
AND STOCK SCALES, to which the especial attention
of numnem, Drovers and Butchers is invited.
july26 DANIEL TROSTLE.
DAVID H. "HUTCHISON
clan becomethe Pn3prietor of the UNTIED STATES
HOTEL, near the &ulnae' Depot at HARRISBURG,
PA. This popular and commodious Hotel has been newly
refitted and furnished throughout its parlors and chambers,
and is now ready for the reception of_ nests.
The traveling public will find the United States Hotel
the most convenient. in all particulars, of any Hotel in
the State Capital, on account of its acc.sto the railroad,
being immediately between the two great depots in this
city. [Harrisburg, June 17,'63-11.
STATES UNION HOTEL, OPPOSITE
the Lebanon yailey and Pennsylvania Railroad De
pots, Harrisburg C•ty, Pa. This gout enient and pleasant
Hotel is now kept by the undersigned, late of the Indian
Queen in Chambersburg, and he invites the patronage of
his old friends and the public generally. Tennemoderate.,
„octs.tf Joris-w. TAY-bon.•
AMERICAN LIFE INSURANCE AND
TRUST CO., Comer Fourth . and Walnut Streets,
Philadelphia. Incorporated 1830. Charter Perpetual.
Authorized Capital, $300,000. Paid-UpCapital, SZO,OBO.
Philadelphia, Feb. 4, 1864.
The Trustees have this day declared a Dividend of
FIFTY PER CENT, on all premiums received upon Mu...,
TI:AL POLICIES during the year ending December 31st,
ISM. and in force at that date, the above amount to be
credited to said Policies, and have also ordered the divi
dend of ISM on Policies issued during that year to be
pant as the annual -premiums on said, Policies are r!-
Secretary and Treasurer—John S. Wilson.
...irxuary—John C. Sims.. .
BOARD OF TRUSTEES.—Alexander Whilldin, J.
Edgar Thomson, George Nugent, Ilan. James - Pollock,
Alliint,C: Roberta, P. B. Mingle, Samuel Work, William
J. Howard. Hon. Joseph Allison. Samuel T. Bodine, John
Ails - man, Charles F. Heazlitt, Tame Hazlehurat.
Wm. G. REED. Chambersbarg, Pa, :s the authorized
Agent of the American Life Insarawee add Trust Com
pany, and is always prepared to farnisn pamphlets or any
information wanted, and to take lasurances.
Dus. J. C. RICIIARDS and W.H. BOTLE, Medical Ex
REFERENCES—Hon. A. K. ISFClure, Rev. S. J. - Nie.
cons, J. S. Nixon, Chambersburg, and Wm. N. Marshall,
Cashier of the - Hagerstown Rank.
Persons desiring information or wishing to insure 'Will
please call on. or by ailthwa,ing the undersigned they will
be waited on in any part of the Couhty or State.
mar 2.3 W. V•. REED, Agent.
1820 CHARTER PERPETUAL--
0 FRANKLIN FIRE INSURANCE COM
PANT OF PUMA PELPHIA.
On January 1, ims
Losts PAID SINcE
PERPETUAL AND TEMPORARY POLICIES ON
Eludes N. Rancher, Isaac Lee,
Tobias Wagner, . Edward O. Dale,
Samuel Grant, Gen. Pales,
Jacidi R Smith, Alfred Fitler,
Ge.lW W. Richards, Fres. W. Lewis, M. D.
CHARLES N. BANCKER, Resident.
- EDWARD C. DALE, Vice President..
JAS. W. NrAI.I.I&TER, Seevpro. tem.
DAVID OAKS is the authorized Agent of the Com•
puny in Chambersburg. who will furnish all information
ttec.e.,s.ary to applicant& marllltt
TNSUIL-kNCE COMPANY OF NORTH
AMERICA. Incorpornted 11'94. Charter Perpetual
CAPITAL 8.300.000. Office 232 Walnut Street, Phila
delpbia. The prompt payment of Claims for Losses during
lithe pPriod. at nearly seventy years that the Company has
r p t — tlten in existence: entitle. them to the confidence of the
This company Aill also insure against loss by WAR or
Persons wishing. to insure will please call on or address
the undersigned. W. G. REED, Agent, Chambersburg.
As for this Company, I am prepared to Cancel
all Perpetual as well an Term policies cur.ecing property
. the Rebels on the 30th of July, returning the
full premium paid on application Mt my office.
W. G. REED, Agent
REFERENCES—J. D. Grier, J. Allison Eyster, Esq.,
Major J. C. Austin, Col. A. K. 3rClure. febB
OUR AGENT.—Mr. Joiri GROVE, of
Chambersbarg. is the General Agent of the Frank
lin County Mutual Insurance Company. jnne7)
NEW QUARTERS AND NEW STOCK
. THE OLD CLOTHING EMPORIUM,
IN THE MARKET MOUSE,
The undensigmed, after a temporary absence necessitated
by the destruction of Chambersburtz, has again retained
and opeatld put iu fall blast in the Market House between
Wallace's Dry Good store and Huber & Lemaster's Ciro•
cerN. store, a -large assortment of
PALL WESTER GOODS, of erery description
Vas stock consists of Ready Made CU:idling each al
Over Coals, Dress Coats, Pants, Vests, - Crider fiihirts,
Drawers, &e., also
GENTLEMENS' FURNISHLNG GOODS,' such al
Cravats, Suspenders, Gloves, Shawls, Ilandkerehiets, Col:
lace, Umbrellas, &c., dre.
fits stork of Cloths for easterner work consists of French,
English and - Domestic manufacture Black Doe Skin and
Fancy Cassimers. Black Satin, Figured Bilks, Blabs anti
Fancy Cassimer Vestings which will be made up to order
in styles to suit the taste of customers, on short notice, and
Having engaged a practical,gutter from the East, lam
prepared to furnish clothing in-the most fashionable styles,
and as none but experienced workmen imp engaged per
sons may rely upon getting their work well done at my
Thankful for the patronage heretofore bestowed, re
spectfully solicit a continuance of the same.
octl9 J. T. FIOSEENBOI4)
E of T n E wh T . HarEe
disposedC I TIZ t E o i , i uy S
GOOD AND CHEAP GOODS, to our large stock of
Goods. just received from the markets of New York, Phil.
adelphia and Baltimore. Our Stock comprises, Satinets,
very low, Casomers and Cloths, Beady made Clothing,
Hoots and Shoos. Hats and Cam Shirts and -Drawers,
Jackets,both Wollen and Cotton, Collars and Ties. In
addition to our large stock of Gentlemen's Wear, we
bare added, a complete assortmeM of
LADIES' FL'ENISHING GOODS,
consisting. of Merino Jackets, Hoods, Rubies, Rose—both
Wollen and Cotton. Gloves of all kinds• Cloak Trim•
sn lugs Buttons and Threads, In fact, a complete assort
ment of goals in their line, to which, we call their espec •
ial attention, no we wilt sell cheap for cash.
We are prepared at all times to maks up
In the latest and most approved Style. as we have invar
employ, a Skillful Cutter arid workmen, and which enables
ve to guarantee n complete lit.
JOHN R. STLNE Zit CO
11.:1t(TitS111:Itil, Nov. 1.186.1-sm.
Quick Sales and Slll4ll Profits.
The undersigned has opened. In Isaac Hatton'* new
_bnildinm kWh' STREET, a large and splendid stock of
READY-MADE CLOTHING which has been eat and
mute up under his own impenision. Le has on hand a
large stock of Piere goods, consisting of CLOTHS of all
kinds, Black Doeskin Fancy and plain CAsTITER.E9 of the
of the latest styles, which will be made up to order in the
best manner to suit the tastes of all and at the lowest pos
Ile has also a full stork of GENTS' FURNISHING
GOODS, inch as Under-Arils. Drawers, Over Shirts,
Buckskin Gloves. Handkerchiefs, Neck-ties, Suspenders,
Collars, Hose of all kinds, Umbrellas, Hats & Caps &c.
He assures all that - his is the place to get the worth of
- your money, as he buys for cash and is enabled to sell
chewer than any other_store.
Remember the place. South-Mein &rest, nearly appetite
Greenewalt'efroteL Sign at the Red Flag.
- JOHN DIETER.
CAR RI AGE nANUFACTORY.—The
undersigned would reTeetrullyinfeTm the public that
he has resumed the Carriage making business at the old
sand of PeiSer d: Foltz, on the miner 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 sale all kinds of vehicles. sneh as BAROUCEMS,
CARRIAGES, BUGGIES. &e. _
He will also give partienlar attention to repairing Veld.
Iles and as he has none but the bent of workmen in kis
employment he feels assured that his work will give eat
13 prices will be found to be as low if not lower than
at any other shop.
LIVERY.—He keeps on hand a stook - good saddle
and driving lintsee and Carriage of different kind. for
hire at reasonable rates.
unr73. P. HEM' :
Lscore. Fos 1865