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GENERAL AND LOCAL MATTERS
U. S. GOVERNMENT.
rresident. Ahraltant Lincoln, Illinois.
'ice-President, liannihni Alaine•
Secretary of State, Wm. IL ,S'eward, Now York
Attorney General, Edward Bates, Alissouri.
Secretary of Treasury, So llnon I'. Chase, Ohio.
Secretary of War, Edwin M. Stanton, Pennsylvania
Secretary of Navy, Gideon G. Selles, Connecticut.
secret ary of Interior, Caleb B.Sinilh, Indiana.
Post: master General,..l/Ontgontery I'. Blair, Ma.
Chief Justice of the 11. S, Royer Taney, \ld.
Governor, Andrew O. Curtin, Centro.
Secretary of State, Eli .810 r. Union.
Attorney General, Wm. )f. Meredith, of Phila.
Auditor General, Thomas Cochran, York!
Surveyor General, Thnry (nether, of Elk.
guperintendent of Common Schools, Thomas Ir liar-
State Treasurer, Henry D. Moore, Philadelphia.'
Judges of the Supreme Court—Chief Justice— Trm•
B. Lotet4e; . john if. Read. J. M. Strang, James
Thompada, G. Jr: Woodward.
President Judge, James Will. , . :
Associate Judges, John Orr, - .T. 0. Carson. ' •
District. Attorney, Gorge S. Rower;
Prothonotary, A. D. Cizterman, ', •
Register and Recorder. R. C. Boyd-
Clerk of the Courts, IV. G. Mi lc hell.
ff . ill' •
Deputy Sheriffs, .Zarntan 'an& .- C.' M
County ommissionere, .71 A. Busier;'J. D. &Mt;
Clerk for Connty,Corzintissionerst George Foreman.'
Directors of the Poor, J. - L.• La tshaw, J etce2b trickier;
David It enact. • ; '
Attorney and Clerk for the Directors, S. Striekleri
Stewart of 'tliePoor House,l.Tohn , Bowman.,,
BOROUGH. OFFICERS. •
Burgess, John Rowe, Jr
Town. ConAcilipen,./: 1I hiley,-J
. . .
J nue and , A .7 - Haus
High Constable, (:, - 4-;;;rya GOT „
Water Master. ,a . eorg:e .Potzinger
Wood. Measurer, Bgrr
Clerk' of Corporation, William A Reid
• SCHOOL DIRECTORS.
Daoid Detrieh. m-Lanallan, (See
tetary), Cri•elisureiy:' M S 'Gordon,
W W Fleming, .7" II Riley: .I 4 Haas. , :
German Reformed Church, East Baltimore street.
Rev. T. G. Apple, Pastor. Services every Sabbath
morning at 101 o'clock. Prayer meetingctery Tues
day evening• " Sabbath School in the morning. '
Lutheran Church, cornet of" North and East sts.
Rev. Edward Bridenbaugh, Pastor: Services every
Sunday at 10 o'clock. Prayer meeting every Wed
nesday evening. Sabbath School at 8 o'clock,a.m•
Presbyterian Church. West Baltimore st Rev.
Wm. T. Beatty, Pastor. "Services the first three
Sabbaths in every montli. at 11 o'clock a. m.
Prayer mepting every Thursday evening. Sabbath
School at. 2 o'clock, p. m.
M. E. Church, South Carlisle street: Rev. S. M.
Hartsock. Pastor in charge: Services in the even
ing of the Ist and lid Sabbaths of each month; and
in the morning of the 2d and 4th 4abbatlis. Sab
bath school at 2 o'clock• Prayer meeting every
Thursday evening." •
U. B. Church, East street: Rev. Al;e Tripner,
Pastor in charge. Services in the morning of the
let and 3d Sabbaths of each month, and in the even
ing of the 2d and 4th Sabbaths. Sabbath sohool•at
10 o'clock. Prayer meeting every 'Wednesday even...
ing. , .
TAMES M. IRWIN, Attorney at Law,
el Greencastle, Pa Collections , promptly attend
ed to. Office on East Baltimore street, one door
East. of A.-L. Irwin & Sou's Hardware Store.
April 21, 1868-tf.
NIVELY STRICKLER ,Att'y at Law,
Cha,mbersburg, Pa., will attend promptly to all
professional business entrusted to' his care. Office
at his residence, on (whet street, one door , East of
the Diamond. Seir Ile will attend to legal busi
ness in adjoining counties. may 14, '6l
R. E. 8..11,9111,LL-Resitlent Dentist
1.7 —would respectfully announce to the citizens
of Greencastle and vicinity, that he has located
permanently, in their midst, for the practice of his
profession. Having been very extensively ,and
successfully engaged in the practise for the last
eight years, in M ireersburg, he flatters himself,
fromhis long expeAcnce in the profession, that he
will be able to please ail that wit favor hint with
their patronage. Whole or parts of sets of Teeth,
mounted on Gold. Silver or I?latina'plate, with Blocks
or Single Gum Teeth, either on the atmospheric
principle or otherwise. ,llec.ayed Teeth permanent
ly saved by filling with pure Gold. Strict attention
paid to all diseases of Ate Teeth and Gums ~,also.
to the correcting of irregularity of children's teeth ;
teeth and roots extracted with all the ease and dis-,
patch that modern,seienee can afford. All, opera:
tions wai ranted to please or no charge. : Charges
moderate and to suit the times ; advice gratis.—
CalL.and have your Teeth examined. Personswill'
be waited on at their residences, either in the town
or country, ,when desired. Persons will also be
waited on in Chambersburg as formerly, by addres
sing a note to the subscriber, in Greencastle.
ger Office and residence on East Baltimore st.,
in the house formerly occupied by Mr. Henry
itx FE REgC : —Rev. Thos. Creigh, D D., Drs
E. Negly, W. R. Smith, R. S. Brownson, J. L
King, Nlereersburg, and Dr. Joseph lieister, Mill
Air Persons will please notice that I will be ab
sent one week in each month, commencingowith the.
Ist litmday of the month apr24,'60.1y.
E R. FETTER-
A/ HOFF, Surgeon, Dentist: Ler Office,
in his Picture .Gallery, on West Bahia:ire street,
and nearly opposite tiollar's Hotel, (up stairs),
Greencastle, Jan. 28,
A DAY SCHOOL MONTHLY.
The VISITOR will commence-its seventh volume with
the January No., 1863. This is the only Daechool
Periodical published at
FIFTY CENTS'A YEAR!
Magazine form. Beautifully illustrated. Readings,
Music, Speeches, Dialogues, Stories, Puzzles, &c.,
&0.. from the very best writers.
The Visuroa has the largest circulation of any
Educational Journal published.
Now is the time to form clubs for Winter Schools.
Sand for a specimen, and see inducement to clubs.
DAUGHADAY & HAMMOND. Publishers,
J B PRINTING
V 513 2'8.11011! 05"-.1'8GM„
i 4101.71111 Writ
309 0 1 4
N l *l DYsing l ‘ °
'Fo the citizens of T -Jersey C Pennsyiviinia
Apothecaries, Druggists, Grocers and
Pure illederia, Sherry and Port Wane
ItroVe's Pure Jamaica and St. Croix Rum.
ALL IN BOTTLES.
IBEG leave to-call the attention of the citizens of
the State; to the above,Wines and. Liquors, im
a,o ilettp ye, Up o o
r "Wo Xew, ot:"k, ose. n e
ii i msliai in dertpart of this Auntl'y for the ping.
ty of Ilignelebrated'SOnfllmaSori*Atips. o ';11r. Wolfe
Ihitterto,; i ate,ispealii i ng of f tlkeipp . qty4 of hit
Wiwi and Odor's, `says'? "I 'will slake My repufa
=ll,k iny'Standing as a merchant. of thirty
years' residence in the.ei t y of New York, that all the
Brandy and iwhieh I bottle are pure as' itn
ported, and of `thobestqualiry, dr.i can , be relied up
:on' by every , purchaSer: , '.'' 'Every bottle has the pro
prietor's name on the was, and a fae simile of his
signature oikbeeMlitiertte. , The public are respect
-fall in v lied icall and examine for tcm scl veS.-
Bor , tialwatiltetaild]oy all Apothecaries anctGrocers in
Bltiladelphiar' ii 1; PI < UEonce H. Asirros;
'77) >14.-C 414431 B:32 , Mnrket'et.; Yhiln.
; 1 2 "iji,S'ole!...49ent for Philadelphia.•,
Rend the following from the Nen-York Courier
• tLEnormous PBusincis fror one New York •Nerchant
We are happy , te-inform 'our .fellow'citizetiS HIM there
is one place in our city where the physician,' ttpothe
cary,,and country merchant, can :go and purchase
pure Wines land LiquorS, a' 'pure as imported, and
of the best quailtY, ~ W e do notintend to give an
elaborate description , of this merchant's , cxtensive
business, lthough , itwill well repiiy any stranger or
citizens 'to visit , Unoneno-Womes extensive ware
house. Nost 18,- 20 and 22, , Beaver st.', and Nos: 17,
40 and 21, Marketfield st.. His stock of ;Schnapps on
hand ready for,shipment could not have been less than
thirty.thousand cases ; the Brandy: , some ten thous=
andiecases—Vintages 0f=1836 to 1856 ; and ten thorts
and cases, of i).la.treirtt, Sherry and Port Wine, Scotch
and 'lrish Wlkisky,punaica, and St, Croix Bum, some
very eltlAnd e,qual,to,any in this , country. He also
had three large cellars, filled with Brandy, Wine, &c.,
in casks, under Custom-House key, ready for, bot
fling. 'Mr: "Wolfe' 's of Schnapps last year
amounted to one bundred and eighty thousand dozen,
and no hope in leSklhan two yearS he may be : equal
lY Successful With the Brandies and Wines.
ITis huSitieSSMerA the patronage of every 1ov:or
Of hiis sPeeieS.l . Priyaie,families who wish pure Wines
and Ligfiors tor medical use shohld send their orders
direct. to Mr. Wolfe, until every Apothecary in the
land , Make up their grinds to r aise aril the poisonous
stuff` from their 'shelves, and replace it 'with Wolfe's
•pitre . Wines and Licitiors.,
understand . Mr. Wolfe, for the accommodation
of small dealers 'pi; the country, puts tt.p assorted
cases of Wines and Liquors. Such a
,men, and such
a merclltint, IhOuld
, be Sustained against. his tetis of
khOusands of 4pol - tents in the United ! States, Who
sell - nothing'bUt imitations, rhinoUS alike to linman
health . hild • SePtnt, 1860-fini:"
OFFI J.F JA .Y . COOKE,
At Jay Cooke & Co., Bankers,
'1.14 South Third Street;
Phihdelphis, November, ,1,18G2
undersigned having been.appointed SUB
SCRIPTION AGENT by the Secretary of the
Treasury, is now prepared to furnish, at once,-the
New Twetty Year 6 Per Cent.'Bonds.
of the United StateS, designaled as "Filie-T,lv'elltieS,"
edeemable at' the pleasure of the Goveromentqtfter
five years, and ut horiv.d by Act of Congress,
'waved' February 1 1 .5, ISG2.
The CPUPON BONDS are issued in sums Qf $3O,
$lOO, - $560, $lOOO.
The REGISTEII,'BONDS in - swim of $5O 00,
Interest at Six per cent,,per annum will commence
PAYABLE IN GOLD.
Semi-Annually, which-is equal, at the present pre
mium on gold. to at - Mut-eight per-cent. per Annum.
Fartners,-Merchants, +Mechanics, Capitulists;
all who have any money- to invest; should know AMP
remember that these-Bonds-are, in effect, a• FIRST:
MORTGAGE upon all Railroads, Canals, Bank:
Stocks and Securities, and-theimmense'products
all the Manufactures; the Country: 'and' that
the full and ample provision made for the payment
of the interest andliquidation of principal. by Cus
toms Duties. Excise'Stamps . and Internal Revenue,
serves to make these Bonds the
Best,' Most Available aiul ~lost Popular Investment
in the Market.. . ,
Subscription received at PAR in Legal .Tender
Notes. or, notes and checks of .banks at par in Phil
adelphia. Snbscripers by.mail,will.receive prompt
attention, and every fecilty and ,explanation will be
afforded on application at this ofpce.
A full stipply of Boads will be kept. on band for
immediate delivery. JAY coon,T.,
ov. 18-3 m.
~ ,Subscription Agent..
:F. It 0 M , -
KEL,LER Az PLUM.
lst:—They are,, built under gl4p,,opre, c.l3e,pld
and experienced Drill builder, under whP§e eprp
they liye . alwap been built heret„ufore.
2d..---Aa we are the only men irlio are buildipg
Keller's Guano Drill, and the Blain Drill, in Green
7. , ,
A:1 our Plain Drills built this season can he
cliangled to Guaiid Drills , cheaper than any other
4th.—As our Plain Drills ha . ie some good improve
ments'this season, which will be patented by John
sth:As Grain Drills that come from Greencastle
this season. and have nut - KELLER'S name upon
the Drill, are not built under the care of the old
and experienced Drill Maker.
All persons who want theg,enuine GREEN
CASTLE GRAIN DRILLS, will : please send
their'orders to KELLER & PLUM, Green-.
castle, Pa. Persons will find Shop lf squares
south of the Diamond, on Railroad street.
KELLER. & PLUM,
May 20; '62. Greencastle, Franklin co., Pa
A GENTS wanted to sell Cary's Patent
Jl. Cap and Breast- Lantern. ',Co those furnish
ing satisfactory references, a liberal salary and
expenses will be paid. The article is needed -1).)
everfariner and mechanic in the country, and
will meet with ready sale. For .particulars
Address J ' C RY, Patentee
Jan 17,'60-4t. 81 Nassua Street.
SALE BILLS PRINTED HERE, NEATLY A.ND
CHEAP . .
CASTLE, 1"E.A.N1i.1,1.: CO., MAI 1H0:3
4.) o tel ,
ARCH STREET, ABOVE THIRD,
P.kr./ LAI) E PIII A .
UPTON S. NEWCOMER,
This Tiotol is central, convenient by Passen
rxer Cars to all- parts of the city, and in every par
ticular adapted to the comfort and wants of the
TERMS $1.50 PER DAY.
October 22, 1861-Iy.
[LATE UNION HOTEL.]
JACOB WOON A LD, PROPRIETOR.
Boarders taken by, the dny, week or month.
Jan. 8, JB6l-tf
SutiAFHIRt, WUNDERLICH le; CO.,
Forwarding & CommiSsion Merchants,
'South Cur sic Street, - Greencastle, Pcan'a.
MITE subscribers 'are now prepared, at their new
fttid commodious . Warehouse, to receive and
forward lo and from Philadelphia and Baltimore,
a4kinde : of produce and merehandize entrusted to
their care at the lowest rates, and with dispatch,
and respeot fully solieittiliberal share of patronage,
N. B.—All goods left at the depot. of Peadock,
Zell & !Bachman, Nos; 808 and 810, Market Street,
Phil k adelphia,la. or witli - Vathews,A NDiCloffer,
No. 11.1!`18, 1 1 , Mar th ViloVg . rd‘ Street Iffeltirvidret. Md •
shall be forwarded with dispatch All goodeshould
he marked. care of Schtilhirt, Wunderlich & Co
They will keep constantly on-hand an'd for sale, the
celebrated, : . „.;
lykents Valley, , Broken .Ekg 4,'•Lime Coal,
(direct from the' .mines - ) - Wilkesbafre , rind Pink
Grove Foundry Coall Sail tt. , TlaSter. and Hancock
Cement, all of which they will. sell ; cbeap Itt. cash
They will alwaye pay the. highest market price in
WHEAT, gyE,. OATS:::CORN :AND FLOUR.
W UNDERLIC4I4I& CO.
Feb7'6o . -1 y
C r '
oW. T 04) ,
Forwarding and Commission Merchants,
On Kora Carlisle and Kara sts., Greencastle. Pa.
THE subscribers are, now preparedpat their new
WarehiniSW'to reeeiveand fo6irtid to and from
Bliiladelphia and Baltimore, all kinds of produce
and merchandir,c, with di spatch„and 13,t4h e LOWESI
POSSIBLE RATBS, end respectfully rsolicit a share
of patronage. All
. goods left at the dep ,, t of W.
E. Burk, No. 812, Market Street. Philadelphia, or
Kneller & Frick, No. Itis..North Street, Baltimore,
Md., will be forwardedlwiOalispatch.N
The higheSt rtiarkik price; will b'e paid. for ;
Flour, Wheat, Rye, Oats, and Corn.
)112),_ All goods should 40 inarkdd in care of C
W. Eyster l Co. : R.! SMITH,
Apr24,qlo Iy. Agent tit Greencastle.
CLOTHING FOR THE MILLION!
HAUS & i3RADLEY
Have just received n.=,w and elegant stock of
bprlng 1110 !-Jai;imer (50 , 005,
for Men :Lid Blyi . wear, cons:sting in,part, of
BLACK FRENCH CL-OTHS,*-:
of the best. q.4otit,es, st ,, choice selec
tion of Sitar o.3.lsitheras, Black Doeskin Cassi-
BoS , 's Caksi
rneres, Linen v t'oMinli,'Lin4ll 1
hang,' Cords, Drillings. itzV? " •
Hose, Gloves, Suspenders; Pocket. Handkerchiefs,
z.lraeate,,Neck Ties, , Shirts; Collars,;'&c.t. N
,G oods , made up at :bort notice.l None but
site.kAt l ef o ive*:,!aen .true en i pipyßi. C A3s t ifilbwqr k
fatten in' al.liy'anyAlbcr e ,taitor, ander:lle up "sub
st Via ,; - Per.sons.g6sliing to get any
other tailor 7.0 Make np tWif t 'gbods can buy them
from us, as en'oiii find'aeretis 7 onableae'ict'any ocher
lstablishment in the county.
e g l irl utsing, doge at, 4110.ime . p. o)Fashig,nskregy
ddily freceived.t; Termso ; to' t Li a N..,r
Cush or shbil time lb Fivni peryliig mistomers
HALTS & YiZADLLY.
P. S . ,,,WetlV
e 15T ared to lire . tVed 't F
HORSES, B Lid GIES *AO ONS.
Good Drivers furnishedlnel desired. Terms for
hire.`CAsFi. & B.
Greeneristle, April 20;1862.
Keep a Look Out
GEORGE A. BERT'S
7 -017:7 L')V. 3 ) .7 S 2) rE I -. VEST
East Baltimore street,. tbree , lioors
. east„ .. of A! L.
Irwin &:Son's 'Hardware Store
grIEQR,GiIL:-4.l43W_P;ttikeS pleasure in,informing
. his friends end the public generally., that he
has dpetiedatioi Boot end Slice Shop,' in the .inotn
formerly occupied by John Bert, where he will be
prepared at tines, to manufacture , Ladies'. Gen
tiemetis' and 'Boys Boots and Shoes: at•the shortest
notice, and: upon the most reasonable terms. ' Ile
feels confident his work will -, give satisfaction.
,Greencastle; 'April 9, IS(sl , tf =
'Newnemedies for Spermatorrhel..
,1" P WARD
-1-1" DELPHIA, a Benevolent Institution establish
ed by special endowment, for the . Relief, of the Sick
and'DiStreSsc'd, afflicted with virulent and Epidemic
DlieitSeS, and especially for the Cdre of Diseases of
Medical advice given gratis, by the"AelingSurge
on. 'Valuable IteporiaortSperniatOrrheea, and Oth
er Di;4easea' of the Sexual Organs,, and on the NEW
REMEDIES eetplo3'ed in the Dispensary, sent in
sealed letter envelopes. free of charge. Two orthree
StaMpk for;PoStage acceptable ;
Address. Dr. .1 . ; SKILLIN' HOUGHTON, Acting
Surgeon. Howard Association, No. 2 South Niiith
Street, Philadelphia. Pa. By orderof the Directors
EZRA D. lI.EADTWEDL, Prest:
GEO. FAIRCHILD, See!, [Mar. 21, '6l.
r OTICE.—:AIong time having now elapsed
JLN since the .dissolution of the firm of. BOIVEE
&;' - AITRORY, and Inany claims 'for §it'iseripti.Tin
and Adveilising still ]'etimihing unpaid: the'survir•-
ing partner, desirous to settle finally with the 4A
mmietrator of B. B.' Bonn'er,',dec'd, hae'deterreined
to Peeve - the books of the firtli ROW`'e
that the accounts due the nrm ' mhy be phiced in
course of collection .
, by laW after the 'first day of
unless ''sooner '
" 1 • ' 1 JAMES •I'CTIORY,
Snrriring partner of alp' flint' of Bonne? S. 111'CrO6
"APril 9, 1 . • ..'
LL kinds of Stns.Cs can be purchased at the es
ta. tahlishinent of J. W. Blitß.
OPPER and 'Brass 'Kettles. of all sizes, for
sale cheap, at BARR' B. CO's:
Sofa and Furniture Warerooms,
-Vos. 2.5 and 27 North Gel. , Street,
(NEAR FAYETTE STREET)
Extending from Gay to Frederick street, and not ex-
celled in the 'Union.
LWAYS on hand a large assortment of every
,31,. variety of
HOUSEHOLD AND OFFICE
Furniture, embracing Bureaus, Sofas, assorted colors
of Cottage Furniture. Bedsteads, Tete-a-fetes, Settees,
Washstands, II ordrobes, Arm, Wood, Office, Rocking,
and Barbar Chairs, Etageres. Marble Tates; Sideboards,
Spring Beds, Mattresses of Husk, Cotton and Hair, Re
ception and Upholstered Chairs, Cribs and Cradles, - Ex
tension Tables of every length.
Vir Persons disposed to purchase are invited to
call and give our stock an examination, which,,,for
variety and quality of workmanship, cannot be :a.-
celled by any establishment in the country.'
A. MATHIOT & SON,
Nos. 2.5 and 2.7 North Gay street,
Jan. 29, 1861-Iy. # 1s fßaltimore,, Md.
HOME JOURNAL FOR 1861
NEW SEEIES.-NEW FEATIiRES.-Npr,..TSEE
Morris and wileis, Editors
new series of this w„idSiy circulated family
A_ newspaper; '-will` fi
Wile 'corhinq44ed on the fifth
day of January next=printed on fine paper and
new types With. the January number will Begin
the publication' of a series of beautiful: original
works of fact and fiction written expressly for the
Home Journal,;by ,thebest';authors of Amerie,a.
The first of..these is from the facile pen of a well
known end highly gifted author, and is a powerful
/if written', startling, mysteriou.:, and deeply, Interesting
history of courtship and Married li f e, This chamin
story will be succeeded by others of a similar de
o.cription, several of which are already in prepar
ation. All the former peculiar features of the pa
per, which have given it a wide-world reputatioo.
will be continued; while the'Several new ones will
,additifinite variety to its already diversified paces
Among them are a number of fresh, spicy, amus
ing, original sketches, which smack and relish of
the wit, humor. raciness brillianry, and sparkle of
:the times. As heretofore, no labor or expense will
be spared to maintain the high reputation of the
Home Journal, which is everywhere, both at home
and abroad, acknowledged to lie the most refined
and elegant repertory of literal ure'and the arts on
thiS side of the sea, and the best and Cheapestfainily
newspaper - in the world: As 'no more copies of
the new series will be minted than are ordered.
those who dOSfre - jto; t)egi - tf,-with thecomMencement
of the, Vcdunie t iVilf be able i ode so fOrWarding
their snbs"-iptions without delay:
T mins.--For one c;‘)Py, $2 . for three copies, $5
-or One' copy ftir three years, ; for a club of
of seven copies, $10; for a club of fifteen copies,
$2O ii and at that rate for, a larger club—always in
"Address ' - Mims AND
'Editor's and'Froprietors, 107 Fulton St., N. Y.
t h . •
TIIM SA.TTIRDAYNNELO ToeT,
The hest. Family Newspaper 11l WESTERN PENN
SYI,,,ANLA, ana l dip 4nl 6 y,..l)cit,oc_Latic Won Sheet.
in PI shitigh. A . 1 A H ' , 4 1 .4 I" i ,-`
i t",§ 7 TA3 J., JET D' 7 V 18th: ' ''
ft contains all the envent - • news of the dny, relia•
hie :11tiffOln.ry, ki;ket, aint - getnmereial reports. and
a choice` eleettn of Taleo, P2;etry.'iterary and Sci
utafiticlr VnlWlhlOtitAat ist formation,
Igrieultural News. &c.
Also—The Latest Telegraphic ,Vetos..
Embracing every important tern. of News. Foreign,
nt.V CorigfeAiortalianteti.igariVe,'' Leg 1a
live Proceedings, &c.
TERMS $1 PER, AYSTUM for a single copy or 11
copies for one year for $ . lO.
gar? Address :JAMES P. BARR,
Editor and Proprietor.
Corner Fifth and Wood SIR., Pittsburgh, Pa.
fer Send your money by mail M, my risk.'
MM E. D EMORESI"S
QUARTERLY MIRROR of FAS UTONS
9111 E Summerinumber will contain four large and
splendid Fashion-plates, three full-sized Pat
terns,:comprising the Now French Waist, an Elegant
Sleeve, and a Misses Sack, together with nearly NO
Engravings of all t.- • Alrotiz. Sur.une-.• , rtnet, ,
Cloaks, Trimmivs, Cat.l-s.n . s J.)-rmi, , s, Etc., .m.l val
uable informatt ?rt te,Milliners„D y ess Makers, Moth
abd Laklies generally, presenting the largest and
beat Fashion Magaiiie in the IV arid, pUblished 473
Ilraadivay; 'and sold everywhere at 25 cents, or sent.
hy' mail past free. on receipt of the amount, yearly
81 with ,the- following valuable premium.
Each yearly.subscriher will.be entitled to the se
lection of 50 cents worth of plain patterns, from the
design in the book, or from the show room, or they
may be ordered and sent by mail any time during
ille,year,by paying the postage., F SRlendid induce
,ment%fi Cianvii4eiis. Su miner be:Teady
on or about the First of May.
April 29:, 1362., ; r
osT.np•us LINE BETWEEN
G R tkO I' 'AND tNE§ BO R o'.
'TIRE undersigned would respectfully announce to
theTArtweling public, that arvery , , 3
Large and Commodious Omnibus
is run daily between Greencittle and Waynesboro'
bAldinlileting aVayntl•lorek . . filik rtrnio. and
ma - eking Greene stle in due time for the early ?rain
Eastward. on the Franklin Railroad, and leaving
treen i t o
cv e,ar. the aq.il4l of the nfrom tlipwt,
turning. Wayne4tOo on thattam day. V
His Omnibus ilke `Safe,
.61b and `Safe,
end he promises no pains will be spared to secure
comfort and safety to all who may encourage this
line, p •. `SISIAUEL d': - STOKER.
• flreen6astle, Wudnst 14 1860.-tf. '' ' - t • •
PONI)!§, EXTRACT OF HAMAMELIS;
Is one`oft.theifew domestic remedies . which have
comejlito general use and favor, without puffing.—
It is the product of a simple shrub, harmless in all
cases, and' list a domestic remedy unequalled. For
preness, 'Pemeness, Spr ef in s ,
Rheaalism, 130i15, 1 Ulcers, Old Sores and IF - ound,s, it
has:llot an equal. It is also used, with great success,
for Toothache, Headache, Neuralgia, Sore Throat,
Colic, Diarrluza, Hoarseness, and of her similar trouble
some and painful affections, while it prompty ar
rests all Hemorrhages. Hundreds of physicians use
it daily in their practice, and give it their unquali
fied recommendation. Sold by our agents and deal
ers, and by
F. HUMPHREYS & CO., 562 Broadway,
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May 8,260, ly.
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Asplenlid article New Orleans molasses oce
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A Good Opportntkity to Make Money
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s , Greencastle, Franklin Co., Pa