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- tilibseribai le tho only antherize.l agent for the sale
GI eeler & Sielloca's Premium Two-horse' Threeher
tind 'Cleaner; with Itnilread Pulver,' for , Franklin and
Adana Counties. lints now ready to receive orders fur
the same. • . , , .
Tlas Machiriels. a Two-horse Power, and will Thresh
and Clean any kind of Grain. It i 4 tho PREMIII3I MA
CHINE, _having taken the Premium at the United
States, and all the State and County kairs, - wherever ex- ,
bibited. They are made.of the be 4 material, and war
. Intel by , one -of. the largest, and most restion'sible
„establishments in the United States. It warrented to
thresh andclean from 150 to . .:06 labihels of Wheat, and
'double that quantity of Oats in a day. It requires but
twoltocies, and no driver. The Power. and Machine can
. Loth be WOrked in an ordinary Barn Floor. The, Agent
himself used one of these Machin., last season for four
months constantilvand ean toffy to the truthfulness
o,(the hove stateof facts. He has threshed as much as
IRLB¢eheli.OfWheat, in hours. Ile sirorked the
same,two horitwonstantlyjo the Itaine;arni at the
end of 'the time,: they were in as good condition as at
first. He'.,titeitortro, is prepared to refute the idea, that
tlii7 are hot& 'Ott horses. Ile m01 . '360.00 for onehorse
used, auds4 o .oo for the ether, and therrather improved*
than depreciate - II in value.
Personti . Wishing to bey will please make' application
• soon, 1,19 . it will take some time to get them from Albany,
N. r. Price with - 117(11=d power at Albany. $285, with
. freight added. Lever power, four-horse, with same Ma
chine, $255, freight, added. The agent will order none
but those Sold. • L.' ROBERT BLACK, Agnat,
Jane . 17, '63-3ttt.l. Fayetteville, Franklin CO, Pa.
STROC — K, MANUFACTURER
.. OrAditiCULTORAL IMPL NIUKNTS.--Sion on
Ater StrAM, betwhen Queen and Washington, Chan:i
-t/eta/meg, Pa. - ,
WAGON MAKlNGt—having connected with his Drill
' , And Rake Factory 'that of Wm:on-linking, and having
employed one of tifebest practical Wagon-makers in the
' county. he feels confident. in assuring I'm-mere, - and oth
Ira 'wading : thle kind of work, that he is prepared to
render entire Satisfaction to all 'who-may leave. their or
ders. All work entrusted to him-will be promptly and
neatly executed. at moderate prices, either for now or old
-work. Farmers areineited to call, g.vo him a trial, and
. ,' get the worth of their money.
L AGAGKSMITHING I—lle also carries on the Blafik;
emithing,ssnd employs a skillful workman, who is able to
.do all kinds of Smithing which ire required for Wagons,
&c. , , ,
GII-11SPRING-ORAIN AND lIAT'DAR.E. -
Ile contiattea to construct his unsurpassed Patented
Gum-SpringGrhin luicl flay Rake-
AV- 4tßte,and County Rigbts for Bale, •
' Tune' !t33.:
xi. MANUFACTURERS,-inf. L. BOYER& SRO,'
;84..xt1i St. and Germantown Avenue,
' - . Philadelphia.
• -, • " • Manufacturers of the
-Premium Farm Grist um,
!Urn Powers and 2 111 . eitheng, -:" ",•
' • • Ctrmilar Saw liaelunes,
Core Shelters, - , „
, .• - . .
, . .
- Cultivatoi 14 3 ,
Barrows, 1 = -
• .--,- lows, " - -
1 77 --. .
and every variety of Spprcrred - .
,••• I 1 ,4kgricultural IniptiA-o‘ents.
, Eencf for ireular and addre4s ..
. " WM. L.IBOT , EIi. 8:1311,0.,
laly-15,.'63--ly. I. 1- ' 1 •• , Philadelphia.
1111R - BRITTNI ARM. 43 RIST - AULT',
The only reliable F irtuer's t i -
etniple:. durable and eidcient.
Crln.de all kin& of,gruin rapidly. ' •
Ia adapt et to none pdwera.
, „Every armor abordd bare aine.
L'sice raixleratii. • •
Seild fordascriptivo Circular mil addreat
; WM. t.. INYER. & URO4.
et. and Germantoaha Airentie. Ph i ladelphia.
COT 1 ;
REA DING'S:PATENT. CORN SHELLER
'sod Separator and Cleaner. for gorse Power—its capacity
to from WOO' to 1500 Bushels per day. The celelxrated
-•- . STAR CORN SITELLER,
for hand and horse power.- .The - se:Sholiere hare
posuperloi. Address '
WM. L. - k giro.
. - Agricultural Implenhint Manufacturers,
ItROTS E POWERS & THRESH
.ERS. . ..
mat= Endless Chain IforsaPoWers. 5
' In:prated Carabined Thresher?) and Cleaners, '
I.'semiura Threshers and Separators. -
, t CirOnlei Saw Machines far Cross Mating Wood.
Address . " WV. L 1101'S.11,4: BRO.,
. Ageicult,ural Implemgat .ils.nntkeratars,
aug 19 3m - , . 1 rbil• • elptais. •
yAT,......aLLS:----.3lyeri ct 7 Brand
-•-, ate 'agents for Franklin co., to sell the LEBANON
LS. :These:Bells are superior to any. other Bell
made in the; Stole , . r We have sold a large number in the
Want/ and find them to give goOd satiefitetiola. These
belle are superior in tone ,to any other Iron bell, and
, :eqafd to roost brosa_beils. kll bells sold are :warranted
tokstand,,,and Mini' slapiala brealr4 we will supply a new
,Ove In place.. -
. 4unerl7, '63,
! PLOWS !—The ce - lebratr
- e4l-EAkilL3 BE LIM ARPlFillift and Steel extend
+.lug pcitit.Plawk i Ad4rewi-
4 I. ' ,l3otEit
• . Agricultural ImpieraeutsManufazturers
DRR !Cad, 013 arhich olnit barrebi ofcider hes
•: been wedeln a day by one with the aasietance of
~' ,Noofhifan Fm• sate by MAALUEL SRLDFIRT.
-- CharoberabturAtrmert 18, '634 t -
~VA.ltar BLiiS.—„egre, : gents to
• sell tbelmbanon iron Bell; Th e 'Ad article made.
A I bells warrantednot to break. Call arid -examine our
• istbek t ae we are deterinined tugellgoods at short pridtkl.
) i. ' June 1.74'63. -. . . - i - 111ZER8 A BRAND..
11011fS.R VESTING VOQLSH-Forks
„ ! • MYERS 4; BRAND.
ectrben *telis i s tat Vanto.
, LANDRETH'S •
- 2 , OIcIEIWITIItAt IMPLEMENTS
271424128 4:toth 841* /I•!gfreet ctelphia.
•! Dorta.unntru t s ac .Bels, Prnprietors of Eloomsda-e,
IJaclrlitt contain.near foul it acres , In-' high tilth,
.4 'A/looted. to. tbe , production of GARDEN are now
-;-,preissred to Supply Oonnis7 ',Merchants, Druggists and
I,,elletbera who deal in Seeds, iyith large or small quail'
atiee j by the pound or buthcl,and'aleo in papers =de
ri . ready for.ketaillng.: - _
The Fatahlielunent represented by 'David Landreth &
ttion.has beau founded nearly y, of a century.
- - The-wide spread populartty,and the demand, rhcreas
: ;itbrotrOgileal,l?„YeFt.fq, •—•I • • ,
I,&k =EWE'S WARIOkNTED
GARDEN- SEEDS SEEDS
4(serldence of the high . .ceßtenlained . ftt* theta by
- It.PahliO• •
At'eth's tiaiden . Beelle A ' re
not 'Only favorably re
etived throaglioutthe Gt.intOntare shipped to many
MTign ports.. Indeed;lt may be stated with national
pride that they come into active compel:Man with Loa
.,ji3h,,•*o(l on British, 89 11 4. , ' - •
„ Pavia' Landreth &on invite all who tto already
' halters Of their tlirden fiamta, to make :a trial of
'" itattuL-aisttpd that they will be fully. equal 'to
'rheitttigh repniathm. ' 'r - , • .
Litadivith's Mind Regis' ter i and Almanac eontainingg a,
.istaliiinOtf Garden Stele With instructions, furnished
tet.tit." - .itieo--Catalogne of,'"Jigricoltnml• Implements.
-; ' • DAVID , LA rk
Noi. - 21 and 2,4 ea tb 612131., Ptalad Ipula
t i2 t r , i3.ly ; ' • ,- ,
TRAB'PRRI - ES`I
• „.,, s t .' :4 7 9P l ) ARD SEPT EMB ER
15 good:Month! for plaltatifig
;Good planta of leading varjeties,
''' ' '''`WriAoN,'S'AllßA-14 .1 1i- • -
• 46 1 tET I S BEEDLINiti s ' etc.
r be bad at the FfortlefixiArzeteria' , -or- by addressing
I.,fi'OUo46ll3ignel brprder• • ' 3A0013 ; EtIfXSER,
.tog - ' " • Agentl
. 4 .
- 1-TATS, -STRAW
444+ *4 A (ioß,s). 44 stgtwiTiiriiieded to fnrnleh ,my ens
1.4 gercifith all the new !styles of,Bite,Cipe and Etrtirk
.......A.C . ...410thich.-1-7411-601 J.' L;MECHERT.'; '
• . dioriinatti or Etyite`r,tc Bro. •
.tiv , stroo,li44tigt4*-400-Ds
at < •; thattors.,
(LOFT HATS colors, styles,
and qualities;frons tift7 bent" up, cmt and getter.
ea' ,a at . . "ThEOLIKEtT"B.
_ JOHNSON, the founder of-this 'Celebrated
ustltutionoffers the moat certain, speedy, and. only
effectual remedy in the vrorbi for (Heels. Structures.
Seminal Weakness. P tin fa the Lulea, Constitutional- Do.
bility, Impoteace, - Weakness 'of the Back ana Limbs.
Affections Tot the Eidner, - Palpitation of the Heart,
Dope - Psis, Nervous Irritability, Diseases of the Head,
Throat, Nose Or ain ; and all those serious and melan
choly disorders arising frnm the destructive habits o.
Youth, villa destroy both body and mind.) These secret
and solitary practices are more fatal to their victims
than the ti -ng, of the Syrens te, the mariner - Wynn's :
blighting them most brilliant -hopes, or tacticipations
rendering marriage, &c., impossible.
- • ! ..-YotrNa MEIL .
Young Men'espectally,Who have be6me the victims
of Solitary Viceithat dreadful and nebtructive•habit
which annually sweeps to an untimery mire thousands
of young men of' the most exalted tat ant And brillian
intellect, who might otherwise hare entranced listening
Senates with tho tie :ndere of eloquence, of waited% to
ecetany the living lite; may call NN i th tall confidence.
Marrted persons, or young men contemplating mar
riageA)ting aware of Physicalweaknessorganicdohility,
deformities, fic.,should immediately consult Dr...Tohns
He Yihn places himself under the Cara of Dr. Johnston
may religiously coati& id hie honor as a gentleman,and
confidently rely upon his skill as a physician.
ORGANIC WANNESS ! •
• Isolr..atair.lx MED raiz PM VG Oft Sin 01121).
This disease ;is the penalty, most frequently paid by
those who have become the victims of improper indul
genes. Young persons are too apt to 'commit (moms+
from not being aware of the 'dreadful consequencesthat
,elierte. Now, who that understands 'the subject
will pretend to deny that the power 'of Procreation i.
lost sooner by thce.e falling Into improper habit than b,)
the prudent, Besides being deprived of the pleasure IA
healthy offspring, the, most serious and' destructivt
sympathy to mind and body arise. The system become
deranged. the physical an+f• mental powers weakened
nervous debility, dyspepsia; palpitation of the heart
indigestion',, a wasting of the frame, cough; sytrip:orn
, N 6 .— 7 South -Frederick-Street,
seven doors from Baltimore street, Baia side,' op th,
the stops. -Bo particular in observing the 'name. atm
number,or yon will mistake the piaco„.
A MULE WARRANTED' . IN TWO 'DAYS. .air
No Mercury or Nautinus Drugs,'
D - R. , JOHNStON; -
Member of the Royal college of. Surgeons, London, p•tt
&Late from one of the moat- eminent Colleges of the
United' fitatexund the greater part of ihose life_ has
been spent in the hospitals of London, Paris, Phi'add
phis and elsewhere, has effected some of flip Most amen
Ogres that; were ever 'known. Many troubled
with, ringing iu the head and.ears, when'tudeep, great
nervousness, being Manned at sadden tICIMItia, and bash
fulness, with frequent blushing, attended sometimes
with derangement of mind, Were cured immediately.
. A CERTAIN DISEASE!
When the-misguided and imprudent votary of plea
sure finds he has imbibed ti e seeds of this painful dis
eisse:it 'too mien happens that an illsticand sense of
shame, or dread of discovery, deters him from applying
to thrum who front education and -respectability can
alecks befrlendbiro, delaying till the constitutional symp
toms of this horrid disease make their appearance. such
as ulcerated sore throat, diseased nose. nocturnal pains
In the head and limbs, climnestiof eight, deafness, nobs
on the shin, bones and ern* blotches on the head, Dose:
and extremities, progressing with frightful rapidity.
talk last thsk palate of the month or the bones of the
mate fall in Mill the victim of this awful &Sense becomes
a:horrid object of conunisseration, till d,bth puts a pe
riod to his dreadful sufferings, by seto.ing him to "that
-boultuFfrombenee no traveller -returns." To such.
therefore, Dr. Johnston pledges himself to preserve the
most inviolable secrecy; and from his extensive practice .
in the tirst.llespitals of Europe and A merica, be can
c nftdently recommend a safe 'and speedy care to 'the
utifortnnate - victint of this horrid disease.
it is a melancholy rut that thousands fall victims h
thia horrid disease owing to the nnslolfullneas of igurr
rant pretenders who by nee of that doadfal poison, bier
army, ruin the constitution,and either seen the un`orru
nato to an untimely grave, or make the residue of life
miserable. „ •
TAKE 'PA" :CE!
.J. - addresses tl maselvew by
private and improp
These are some of
duced by early WA
Back and Limbs,
- - .
Lost of Mnsculai Po
pe_risis, 'Nervous lir)
Ma, ite. •
- MENtALLT, the feat
e dreaded :• lesa of
siclrt ofSpirits, Et/
or the evil effecie.
sa of pet Judge wbat
is the GUISE) of their ag the•r Tiger
becoming weak, pale, have singular appearance about
the ales; cough. and aymptoms of Cona:option.
Dr. Johnston's Invigorating Aernedy for Or
_- • sante Weakness.- - --- - -
great and .itiiportant ;remedy. Weakness o'
the Organs le - speedily cured, and full vigor _restored.
, Thousands of the most nervous and d ebilitated, who
Wiest ail hope, have been immediately relieved. All
ittipedithonts to Marriage, Physical or Mental "Maga ali
Studien, Nervous Irritability, Trembling, Weakness of
Exhanstknrof the most fearful kind ' speedily cured
TA . 0
have Injured theca selveaby a certain practice. in
dulged in when alone—a habit frequently learned fr
evil companions, or et school. the effects are nightl3
felt, even when asleep, and if not cured:„ render MEC
rings Impossible, and destroys both ;rnin,d and body
should apply immediately.
What a pity that a young man, the hope of his coon
try; the darling of his parents, should be suatchel fron
all prOspects and enjoyments of lifo, by the emmeqn env
dfdeviatingfri•mthepathofnature, and indulgin gin fi
certain secret habit. ' Such persona, before contemplat
Islirrold reflect that a Tonna mind and body arcetthr
most neeeFsary requisites ta promote connubial happi
nose. Indeed. without these, thejourooy through lift
becomes a weary pilgrimage, the prospect hourly dark.
ens - td the view; the mind becomea shadowed with do
_ . .
emir, and filled with tbe melancholy •refirctlwe, that
the Ireppinets of another becomes blighted with oar
OFFICE No. 7, SOITTILYBEDZBICK ST.,
' ' • BALTIMORE. •
- The many thousands cured 'at this Institution In the
last tifteenyears; and the numerous important surgical
Operations performed by De. ? l, witnessed by Cie re
portersof the papers. and many other persons, noticei
of which have appeared _regain andamein before thepub
lic,is a anfflcient guarantee to the afflicted. -
M..-B s There aro „se Manyiignoraut an worthless
quacks advertising themselves as" Pkysicians, - ruining
the health of the already afflicted: Dr. Johnaton deems
it necessary to say to those unacquainted with- his rep
utation, that Lie 14'MM:is bangle hie office.
143 , -Teas Nterter.--All Litters must be post paid . ar.d
, contain apoista, e si amp for the reply, or no answer will
besent. - Feb 26, '63-Iyr.
V. 4, IL ir.:::.ANTH6NY,
ALA. Manzilactuiers Plisit4nrphie /decrial's,
501 Broadway, N©w Tor,k- .
'One Catalogue now embraces -considerizbly °TOT sour
Thoutand different subjects (to which •additions are con
tinually being made) of Portrait& of-Eminent Americans
etc., viz; • • - y
72 Major-Generals, i 525 !gatemen,
.190 lirigadier-Generals; '.127 Divines,
2E9 Colonels, , - -110 AuthorS, ~.
B 4 Lielitenant-Calonelz • t.. 30 Attietey -2
207 Otber °Pikers,
,:-,' 112 Stage ,
60 Nary Officers , • .. 40 _Prominent Women,
147 PrOminent. #oreign Portraits..
2,500 Copes' o,r Works of Arc,
including reproductions of the-mot celebrated En gray
ono. Noting!, Stathes; &a. Catalogues seated receipt
. of stamp. An order , forDne Doketc-Plctitres, from out
Catalogue will banned on - receipt of o.3 o ;azd Pont by
matt free.. : -
PHOTO (IR Arlll.o : ALBUMS.
- Of these we
price from 50cm:ital. triannfactu°
o ireat 9 1 4 T rui g in g ' in
I Our Albums has.° th e reputation of being superior in
boautY and durability raspy others: The smaller kind
can be sent safely by naafi at a postage of six cents per
7 The more expensive cant" S n out by express. •
- We also keep »large assertt oo ot ot
. • STERESCOkii AND ST ERESCOPIC VIEWS. •
Our Catalogue of those will be sent te
„arty addrees on
• - receipt of.Starap,.
AF•• .rt. 11. T. ANTONY: • ' •
' Katoitfacturims of Photographic Idateriali
- : 50t ,Brocidteirp,
,:ft*. For*. •
yrleudsotselatliesof•Ptnmitrcni,mllitarj Melt will
deter aOM by sending tut •theliliksness to copy.
They will be kept carolling end,retuitnxt en/Wired.-
Fine Athos.: mode to order for COngtegations , Iwet
sent to their Pastor, or for 'other purposes, with suitable
irtscripnbos, BC. [aug 194k0.
I TO STItANGERS.
ort'lrtmkiin- :likeva'sitiliti,,-41)aiiibiiitiOg,I . po.
tpunevzi 3O ;lLatv.
& NILL.—Law Part
, lll. nevahip—the undersigned have associated teem
beives in the practice of the Law in the several courts of.
Frankdn unty. 0111( eon Market Street, In the youth
heretofore tipied by T . B. Kennedy.
• ' •'T. B. KENNEDY.
Junel7, . - T. J. BILL.
A TTO NEY AT - LAW.-147L
SON REILL I",..4titrrney at Loto —Office on Mar
ket et.. fortnerly occupied by Reilly & Shill), directly
opp site the Courtibuse,'Cltimbershnrg, Pa. AU legal
'business entrusted to biro:wilt receive prompt attention.
lie practice in adjoining Counties. 'Juno 17,.'63.
L. & W. S., _STENGER,- Attor
lut,eliels at, Lazo,
,Chambersburg, Pa. Collectiens
promptly,attedtled to. W. 6. Stenger, District Attor
ney and agent for procuring Pensions, Bounty Money
and Arrears of Pay. Office in Franklin Building. 3(1
doorfrom the corner. , :June 17,
MT S. EVERETT i At - Wiley. at-law.-
Office in Millilard's dwelling, directly oppo.
site the Gaut [louse, Chambersburg, Pa. Will practice
in theseveral Courts of Franklin and Fulton Counties.
All legal bnsiness, euirneted to•his 'rare will receive
prompt attention. June 17.1803.
P. B. 81U - STBATMR. , JOHN STEWART,.
'QTUMBAUGH & STEWART, At-
Lamella at Law, Chamberaturg. Pa.. giVff their undi.
ruled attention t , the Ptactiee of then. Proteeahn.
tat- °Mee In the Paoli Ilan. Juno 17.'83.
T Itf'DOWELL- SEARPE, _Attorney
cp. .at +Galt!. Chninbursbnra. Pa. Nice in Mrs. Bard's
winding's, directly oppceite she Court House.
aO. SEILTIAMER,. 'Attorney at
• Lem, Cliataborebnrg, Pa. Office—Main Street,
,bove Queen, In the room formerly occupied by S. Reich
J nivrt 1563,
fIEORGE EYS . ThR & E.'3.l3Cin
fi BRAKE, Atiorneyrai Law, !Mrs removed to the
room on Main Street ' one door South tif.Syliter's Store. °
June t 7 , '63. •
"1 - S. CLAP :4, Attorney at Law, has
14. - reinored Offito a few doors Ea,t Obis former
tonntion. on Market 4treet.(Sonth-aide.) June 17.'63.
CALVIN M. DUNCAN, Attorney at
Late. Mee on Market Street.' in Lawyer's Ruw,
'PPM t e the Cnnrt noose. June 17.'63.
TL. FLETCTIER, Attorney athazo,
• Chambersburg. Pa. Wise= East Mailetstrest.
nescly4posite the (Jolla Muse. . Jane 17.'n3.
ALEX. K. M'CLLTRE, Attorney at
Law, Chambortsburg, Pa. Office in the Franklin
liepositorylluildings. Juno 17. '63.
DR. WM. B. HURD'S DENTAL
REtIRDLES ARE TIIE BEST 'NIKE woRLD
iiisur , ng Pine Teeth and Sweet Breath, and caring
Toothache and Neuralgia. -
Do you wish to bh blessed with and ad aired far Pearly
White and Sound Teeth? Use Dr. WM. B. HURD'S
UNRIVALLED TOOTH POWDER, warrantee free.ftoni
acid. alkali, or any injurious substance. Price. 25-tents
•ter - , Beware of the ordinary cheap Tooth Powderi - , -
which whiten but destroy.'
Do yon wish to be ce. tsin that your Breath is. pure.
-sweet and agreeable to husband or wife, lover and inend
Use Dr. mums CELPIIATED MOUTH WASEI.
Price, 37 cents por bottle.
The astringent wash is also the - best remedy in the
world for' Canker, Bad Breath: Bleeding Gums,' Sole
Mouth, etc. It has cured !madras.
Do you wish your children suffer from Tooth:ale
Get Dr.HURD S MAGIC . TOOTHACHE DROPS. Price,
12 cents per bottle. - 7
Arc you afflicted with Nturalgint Oct Dr. WM it
hIIIHYS NEURALGIA. PLASTERS. The moat effective
and delightful remedy known for Pairei in the
Cheat, Shoulders, Neck, or.any part of the body
.? They do not adhere nor bliater, but soothe and charm
pain away. Try them. Price,ls and 3i ceuta. Mailed
on receipt of pike.
A Treatise of the best method of Preserving the
, Teeth mailed on receipt of the price—lo cents. lila a
valuabb; little work, and should be in the posseasiou of
iesti of tbi
the Digee •,
Prir sale at-all the beat stores throughout the country.
CALTION,,AG there aredealers who take advantage of
our advertisements to impose upon their customers-in
feriorpreparatintut. it is necessary - to insist upon having
what you call for, and you will GET THE sEsT. thoroughly
tested, and prepared by an experienced and scientific
Dentist, - Treasurer of the New York State Dentists As
sociation...and-Vico President of the Net' York 3ity Den
tal Society. Address WSI. B. RP tII A CO-
Jene,l7. Tribune - Buildings. New Yotk.
re much k
TEETH INSERTED ON AMBER
BASE.—DE. N. I 4 CIILOSSER, Offle anti at his rest.
iieuce on EAST deist :`I STREET. near tbeerranklin
itailromi. Dentistry in all its branches attended to with
all the medians improvements. Miring published to
this community for more than two years. that teeth on
Amber is In every way CIiEA PER AND BETTER than
teeth on any other inaterlnl.l ..ould say that I still see
no reason to change my opinions for there are many per
qons in thambershurg- mad vicinity for whom I hove
inserted teeth on A3lltEtt who can testify to their sup,.
rior merit. - .
N. 13: All work warranted to give natisfaction,or no
:large_ Teeth extracted without pain 'with perfect
afety without taking Chlorofurni. For further infor
nation call at the office. [June Tr; 1864'.
. W. W. S . CHLOSS.EII; Sturgeon
D Dentist—The undersigned has removed hie Office
man the Mansion House to the residence of Mr 4 801 in
Noel, Northweit corner of the Riamond.• and immeth
ttely opposite the Franklin Hotel. once .!on the so
and Boor—entrance through the. passage, to the right
yoil ascend the stairs.
June 17,1963. W. W:EiraIf,OSSER.
REMOVAL.—Dr. J K. Rim . , Den
tist-hris missed his of f ice trots the•c:iriar 0‘ the
Pu bite Square, where he practised - so many years. to the
+orner of Main and Queen Streets, above Wth. Ifeyeer's
Drug Store, Chambersburg, Pa-where be will beuleased
to receive the calla of his friends: [Jima 17, 1883.
R. A. R. SHAW returns his thUnks
the citizens of Franklin county,: for the lib
erl encouragement bestowed on him tho last three
years. and invites those who have not made trial of
110310i0PATRY to de so. wutittatimuJive. - All cu
rable cases con rely on a more speedy cure than tinder
any othersystent. Dr. S. has removed , te -Nara Main
street. a short distance below the point, where he can be
found ready to attend to calla, either in Lowe or,country.
when not absent on prefefsionil business.
J nue li. 1563.
D. W. L. BROWN: - I ' PP.OF. P. WALL.
BROWN & WALK, Electrical Phy- -
&fans. Office in' Franklin Building, Writ? Has
xrt Srnm, Chninb,talrurg, Pa. - 1
The above treats all Chronic Dial:wee by mean o.
GA INA NIFISI arid the different modifications of ELEC
TRICITY, tut 411hcovered and taught by Prof: Bolla4r.
June py.fia-tr •
j) R at: . te . n T ,pproteptly to allea T its ' in 13 3 J1 E in R e ','Oftice i . ll n
11.1 a street. next door to the Eagle Hotel , abd 'nearly
opposite the residence of the 11.1 n. George Chambers.
eliambereburg,June yr, ise4%
TAR. J. C. RICIIARDS, will attend
Ipromptly,to alVen.lle in bie line. Otliteo on Main
Street. next door to Spangler's Drtig. Store.,
tt4-:oEricx Roues--From -7 to 0, A. 014 12 to 2 and 6
June 17, 1863.
justires of Hie leace.
TIISTICE OF THE PEACE.-H.
t,v B. DAVISON. Jaistica.afthe l'eacc—t Ifica immediate
ly opposite the" Indian Queen Hotel." All business en
tru.ted,tp his care 'hall receive prompt . attention.
strumerits of _Writimoralkklaile, drawn pp in a satis
factory manner.• " June 17,'63.
HAMMAN, Justfce of ti Peace'
Clll64)orsburg, Pa. juke 17, '63.
yftyTlCFk 9F. PARTNERSHIP.-•
Noti.ce isherehyglven ; that the undersigned lava
t d entered Into partnerehlp, Id - the Coe-It-Making
businiSse, in all Its various branches, under the name et.
Peiffer & Foltz. The said firm will do husinetes at the,
stand lately occupied by P. Henry Peiffer & Co., and
would respectfully solicit 6 coutinuarice of the public,
patronage. , P. HENRY PEIFFER,,
, Nov. 0, 1864, — C.O. FOLTZ.
.11111QP0X ; 1311sTDERY.-11. KEEFER. &
Air vi.bayeietioied their BOOS . BINDERY to the
Third story of the kIANHON 1101I8E, on the Diamond,
bero , Bbryoutea, took Store.' 'Entrance between the
Ito k gt ql— e andlre.Sairely'a office. tfid,Dooka; PoriodP
enla, MUfflry Nenapapers;&c., bound In anfidyle: Blank
Books made to order. Paper ruled to any pattern.
~tiooko,*to:tin - at '&t..
Q. S. SEERYOCK,..
BOOKSELLER do STATIONER,
Noßoccupieshis Nnwr &min, Rona, Audis prepareil
to transact business with greater facilities than
School Books, Miscellaneous Books, To Boots',
Lars Books, Medical Books, Sunday School Books,
Military Books. •
A large assortment of Pocket and Family Bibles,
‘•BLANK BOOKS •
Of all sizes. qualities aid 80 , 1E4 bf
A great variety of all k in& nf Writing and Print
ing Papers, of French, English'and American man
ufacture. Also, Envelopes of all sizes andjuilities.
Ink, Pens, Pencils, India Rubber, 'Parma. Seals.
Quills, Copy nooks, Blottiim BOard, Knives, Erasers,
Writing Sand; ik,e„
The very best Gm& PRNS in the market, fully
warranted, made hy - LerOy•Vir.• Fairchild, of N. Y. •
BLIND PAPER. -
A full variety of patterns and
• 'WALL -PAPER. •
Nearly Two NuyoRED different patterns. toiether
with suitable Bsrderings, 'Plain, Velvet' and Velvet
PICT — trRE 1711,43rE5. -
Oval and ScmaroFramOs fur: PlMtogy.atihs. Frames
made to order.
For Picture Frames, of any size.
Much lower than publishers' prices, among which
' • are the folloWint:
The White Cruiser, - • •
The Harmer. ' • . • •
The Midnight Queen;
English Toni • • '
' ,Tosep -ino,
Maid 'of the Sammie; -
dept. Hawkes, • • . •
riciii - ffirmirdAlhiughter,
Verner't. Pride;- -I--
Mrs. Gray's Novels, . •
Bulwer's Novels, •
Arthur's Novels, - • •
Lucy Sanford, •
' Trial and Triumph; , •
Prince and Pedlar: •
East Lynne: •";.. -
Legends and Stories,
- Red lack, " • '
• Red. Scout,
' BelfeOf the Bowery.
- Sybil Cam)ibell,
- - The Grumbler,
• ' Barren Honor,
The Squire. '
• • " Falkland,
- - ••„ I.lllrpsei
Chips from Uncle Sam's .Tack-knife,,,.
The Everlasting Fortune Teller,
The Maneuvering Mother,
Marguerite de Valois, • • -
Foggy Nightat Orfotd.
The Quiet Husband.'
- Two l'ri mg - Donnas,
The Debtor's Daughter:.
The Banker's Wife,
- The Scarlet Flower, •
The Wife's Trials, •
• The Expoctani,
' - Los Miscrablos,
• Sat Puzzles. .
English. French, German and Amori4ErEngra.-
Fancy. Traveling, Book„ - Pienie, Frait;Knifoand
Single and Double -Tapestry ;pa Split
Tt , Plzyr, Shetland ' '
NEW-SPA PERS. • - - •
- The Philadelphia and ;New York Dailies resolved
daily. Clubs or individuals supplied. '
WEERI 4 I7 PAPERS. - •
Harper's :Weekly, ' • • •
krais' k Leaiie,,
N. Y. Mercury,
N..Y. Weekly. -
New York Ledger, eto.,
Harper's Monthly,. - ;
Atlantle•Monthly; ' •
• Continental. • , •
- Knlckerbookei, '
,• - • .- All the 'iota- kons4,•
reeeived. as soon pa published. .
CHEAP LITERATURE: • . .
All the Dime Publications, Weekly-Nons'elletttks,
,Song Books, etc., received daily.
We take orders, for all kinds of goods.
EXPRESS. • • •
We. receive goods td-Eiprtstrrvirx vsor from the
Blank.Doeds v . . . , - - - .•
• , Writing and - Printing Cards. • t
ltulcirs, ". '.• . ' '
PapeiW.liights. , _. . _ •
Faiicy Boxes.: - - . 1
Combs Aid Brupli‘e4,,
end ail standard sqods in Our ibis, corkstarkUY on
hand.. - • _ -t
- . MUSIC. !
Sheet Musk, for 'Piano, Guitar, Violin, IFlnt7n.alo.
We purChase Piands on commission; PO ae'to savo
ou r eust°lnera from k iffy to One Bunched atd Vino'
Dolltirs. ' • _ . • • •
We nen spiv - b.FLY kind . 6t Mnsical ,Instrumenta
at prices far lower! -
Wacan sell i'hotograPh itilnunalowpepricos
than they can be procured for the eitiesi •
Ve‘have no hesitation in saying -to oir ( id° l ite"
that from our long experience,- Our manner of do
ing business, and out ginit facilities, we do not fear
competition. and. hare no doubt of-our being r‘blo,
to give entire '
'Come and fee,..oprNew Store, our brew and et- •
taxied Stoat; and fin Your own opinions. ,
Chamberaburg, June 17 , 1863. -
_•., • _
JTORN- M. POMER9Y,- - -
.iiit.ftY ANDrrY 416ENOZ‘
204 SOUTH POUR II STREET, -.
The undersigned, having resigned his 'position as Pay
master in the C. B.Atnj‘, has opened at No SUIJTLI
Yana STEEET, I an AGENCY .FOR. PROCCRING.
PENSIONS, and for thecollection of Orimitaa',, Setnisate,
and all other Cx„suns Against the Government.
My long experience awPaytnaster, has given me ann.: :
anal facilities for becomin- , thoroughly,acqualated with
this Inisineis all its deans. On the receipt, by mail,
of a statement of the case of claimants, I will forwarct
the necessary papers for -their signature. Personal at.
tention giveh to the cases at Washingt, n,
No charge unless successful, when s4i will bo charged
for,cellectir. g all stuns under $2O, and $lO oil' alfaums over.
that amount and tinder $2OO. , Lurgoc Clainis taken on .
special arrangement,. Fees in Pension Cases as fixed by
INFORMATION 1:011,..A1 , 11( INSTRUCTIONS TO
Ali Soldiers Of the present 'wilt, who have served two
years, and Soldiers discharged dor wounds, received in
battle; without toNrcnceeto time of - service, aro entitled
besides their regular pay, to SIUO Bounty:
In cUso Soldiers or Seamen are , discharged for disability
or soriond.treceivedlehik in fee service, they are entitled
'to a Pension accordiug,to the disability:
In case of the death of the Soldier' heifers discharge,
through disease coritr tcted, wounds received while
service, his widow is entitled to receive the SRA> Bounty,
besklesadtrinitagO3opv and pension daring het lifetime
devidewhOodi — - -
If the Soldier die niter discharge. from discaSo con
tracted or wouods ieceived while in soi - rice, his widow is
entitled to n'pensinti tile pe - r-armuni.
If no widow or minor children, the mother of the Sot;
flier or Seaman will eeceive theTonsion, if dependant on
hint ,wholly or in pir,t,for.support. _
ar_deteased Soldier' Or_ Be,unan -svicPli; his
children are entitled to the same benefits as the widow,
except when the be over the km of In years.
Jf.no widow- perminor. as
bircn,„ the. bounty- and pay
toMhe heirs is
First to the Father, second to the Mother. third to the
Brothers and si,ters, and then to the next of kin. .
. .. . .. .... . -
'DieellaMed. - -Soldiors, whose clothing,acceunt was un
leaded-at the.timii ofdiselrarge,davirecovet hn'y balance
due them, if the Comp - s..nybooks are not destroyed. To
draw this balance, writeto your Captain for a -deserip
tivcrlist.Thowingplotbing account, and forward it. to me
with you'ePrefitufnarysditenden4 givingaladthe date of
.your discharge .
Soldiers, who served with the nine months' volunteldtc ,
nan'recover tr; bounty and premium, without regard to
thno,of service, if ,they have not already received it.
SoldTers'who were prisoners in the South, and 'Millers
vette wer6ebsent On yid: furiongh. - are entitled to corn.
'mutation of rations.
In communicating With this othCe, state the nature of
your claim fully, and girn - the Company and Iter ment to'
Liddell you or the Soldier for whom you claim belonged,
as moll tta your present cast Office ad..reas.,
Ex' °llene,' . 6 2 0111 w G. Corif.m,'Govornor of Penn,
ay ivania. -
Ray. tirstort CimtßOX, Harrisburg, Pa.
Rog. Josak Cuio,ChiefJustice of the Court of ;Ultima;
Hoy. E. H. Baeos.n, Chief Clerk of Pay .Department;'
Washing - foul.
liti r. EntrAnn blPitur,rdt, M. C.. Washington:
Ron. .Les. I'. STUBS.; President Judge, District Court,
RON. A. R. 11eCtunt,Chrtmbersburg, Pa.
It osr.TUONS.B A. scirrrt Vigo Pri2sident Ponn'a Rail Road.
frox:Wriusit B. TuouAs, • olldct-or of tho Port, Mihail.
nos. C. A.Wituovt Post 'hurter, Philadelphia.
DREXEL & Co., Bank^rs. Philadelphia.
JAILLZS DUNLAP. president of Union Bank, Philadelphia
"BULLITT n: FA2IIIII3.ORICA. Attornies, ---.
Wean, Wan , 4 kisvm, Merrill:infs. - - - .
L - cncrto, KNEEDLER A: Goaforthants, _ -'
PaiTCIIZIZT, DA901116 , , - 4',“ -
11).1.110 Fsttsx 4; Co:, Merchants, • u a
BENJAMIN S. 3 mitts'', JR. & CO:. Merchants, . 4.
CIRRUS j.l. Mot As k. CO" MOITIMIEIIB, t:
ATWOOD. WRITE& CO., 3terchents, SI
, • , •••
JOHN 31. PUMII.OY, ' i•
June 17, '63-t . f. • . No. 2r4 South Fourth itrect.
DENSION, BOUNTY AND WAR,
k • CLAIM 11.0ENCY.—Pwailions pi - muted for soldie;s
of thii present war who are disabled by reason of wounds
received. or,disease contracted. white in the service id the
linitwl States:land Pensions, $l4l Biiunty, and Arrears
or Pay obtained for wititiws or heirs of throe-who hart •
died or been killed while in service. , _ .11
JOHN 011.11. Claim Agent.
Feb. 25, `63-15
TO , THE:PUBLIC GENERALLY:
CIIAMBEIISBURG--1 1 4.)11:s. DRY.
'The unilersignod takes this method to infirm the public
that ho hos taken the 191.11 , .11/1:17 so lung carried on, by-
Wm. Seibert, With all the PATfiiltS.3 connected there
with, when; he proposes continuing the business, and is
now prepared to make
ALL 4KIN4S.OF CASTINGS
that maybe fantod Lq the community. I articular at ,
tentiun will be paid to making and keeping en hand or
cry,. descaiption.of l'artll3, CASTING., A.4:t)N BOX-
kinds of Castings made to order., i ,
Now Plows 4 of ditPrent patterns, always on hand or_
mado to order.
OLD NIETAL taken in trade, Sur which the highest
price will Lie given. -
By devoting himself attentively-.to business he hopes
to merit and receive a share of public patronage.. -
QILIVER AND.. BRASS PLATER
AND AIT STIRRUP JI A KER.—The "Alb
sertber respectfully informs his Wends and
that he continues to carry on the atovo bUSILICSBut his
old stand on Slain Street,oppcuite the derzuun Reformed
liai.ng enlarged his husinets, &Wert and Couch•
makers will find in his Store Room a general as-twin/cut
of Goods suitable to their several requiremeats. such us:
Fair and Country Ilm,atkins, Pateirt Loather,. tiig 'Frees,
fall Plated. Timed and Japanned; Sell-Adjusting Trees:
tall Plated, Tinned and Japanned; Sinduing M eb and
Worsted Rails Web. Itvirer, than Cotton: Hama, Bits and
Stirrups.,Plated, Tinned and Japanned; Ctstch.liandlett..
new stylesi , Curtaireeraruco. club Banda Bridle Fronts,
ilmientes. Swivel, and Ormunentts Iron Plated sod Wood
Buckles, Brass, Silver MO Japeneiel, nil
styles tend patteftuf; Ivory, and Wooden . » .)taitingale
Binge, Stump Joints. and a variety of other tioods suit.
able fur timE trmole.
43- All kinds of Plating, dc., done .11 , 1 th neatness and
'deei - int , th. LE‘VIS WBMPLEg.
NEW MARBLE YARI).—The
undersigned respectfully announces tattle cititens.
at Franklin, county, that ho has opened a New- Marble
Yard in thia root, formerly occupied by Dr. liainilton,
directly opiiiieito J. it. Nixoris Drig'Stare,Main Street,
In the tiorough at Chambersbrirg, whore be will keep on
hand or make boarder ail articles in his line al business,
such as 81(./KUMENTS, - TO3IIIS and EIEAD STONES,
MAN': LllB, TABLE ;Se STAND TOPS. &r., manufactured
froni the very best Foreign and Domestic Marble:
lie respiktfully solicits acall from those who may be in
*ant of any article in the above line. no is confident in
his ability , to satisfy all mho may be pleased to patraniie
him, either as regards his prices, or the quality, beauty,
and chasteness of his work
Vr- IL WANAMAKER respectful=
. I ly Informs the public that ho has leased the -
' 1 '' RRICIK - YARD , •
recently occupied by N. Wantuataker, and has appOinted
SAMUEL, 1tt1.111 , 08.D. A I' KACTICAL MECHANIC,
to conduct the business. lie respectfully soliiits the
patronage bestoived 'Upon the'former occupant. and hopes
by ptompt attention to business, alvrays having a large
supply of ' •-
- ; SOLID, WELL MADE BRICK,,
of all styles and qualities, to secure all thetrtule; both
city and cbuntry. - . .
*M. Bricklayers are invited to examine our Stock. , ,
,N(AN'Egilik—About 200 cords of god Wood. - • ,
may 13,1rn. - -
EMI - - F. ENlnion.
TRH WOOL N.FACTORY:'
•The , Subscribers respectfully inform their friends
aratthe public. generally, that they haro leased the
above pained Factory one milo - north-trest of Clitmhere•
burgl, (ho4t.ltaotvn as Ilona's . Faetory) for a'term of
years where they intond to• manufacture Cloth. flatti.
net. thanked& Fircritetattnd Carpeting from the 11eete or
yarn. ((Santry Cardingund Fulling attended to: Also--
Indigo blue, and Bracy dying done to order. ' Having
thoroughly nmairell the machinery . theytiope to be able
to rendergenoral satisfaction to all who rnay.favor them
with their custom.-
• May (1,1'63-3ni. H. imnicti
'gobacco an „Segars.
'EW TOBACCO - .AND' SEGAR
1.1 fiTORD.—TO•the Oilite7lB of ChomO,trstin and
Vicinity 14 1 0 mulorsigned, haring been compelled to.
lasso Virginia on account of his sehtimenta;bas
come tunong'yon tuestablith bouthessi hoping fom hie
long exPorinAnnatnti , by close !attention, ho will meet
with a generous support, lila stook' will eohsiat of all
he beat brands of TOBACCO and BROADS, which be will
sell as chpap as ea abe had sityw horo ill town, Don t forget
tht place, sign of the "little Virginia ntgger," opposite
tbb Rroltklio HMO, next door ; to rhryock's Book Store,
sdrith•east corner of the Diamond.' " ' •
gone 17 1863,
I E I
LANKS printed promptly, and at
• airs' ratter, at the ofAta.ec Ike- ;FRANKUN
•. , ~. .. 4-, - 4 n- -
4101.iiittettS.:, -2 4 -
K . 7....4:, •- f' ' = fi !"-
JUST PUBLISHat nT
- (SiteZ 49esacir
alker 0.-WOLADir), •
zZiv eaR 11 - roailyray)s ,
= .100 .Y O.ltK: • Ci'Xl.;
LE4VPIBy:FIIO7.4 TUE DIARI OF AN ARMY SIM,
GitoNll4Xlestei.l'hn.C.Tir,Ells,l. 4 *poiltlAirgiipVat
'New York, and Acting 11 eilitia Directo - r lit`Whlfe nets*
_pages. Onto. Prise $l. A .Libora4
tlicount tbe '.trade. copy..ltoutunt4:l44iirtta
graph let ter from_ General McClellan.
IMEILMING'S IshPLY TO BISHOP COLENSO...---
llishop urtinco Aug :Answered: His throve tifuted
eudtheMosaicauthorship at the Pentateuch Gleurly.,e4
tails*, by the hes. John D.. D.. iuti-oexles.
of Lectures. Wotb - .271pp. r2mo. Yricesl: i 1
THE ACTRESS I N• HIGH LIPS, AU •A:Pircdfls ATP
ter QUartat; by >i Lady of South Carolina. Cloth. 401
ADVENT CRIS BY SEA AND LAND OP Tilt 003 n
'DEVANitY ; Cr; Dn.:9144 and Ads/ay/If Vestatt-
EtihNitle of the AjOlonlzation •of Canada. -1 by, IL
lml e chev a lier, Cloth :312 pp, linen,.
LES MIF•ERAIMES. by Victor Maw). - Fide Cotes. Ec
Ore. Fantine, Marina, St. 'Denie r bourtte,
Cloth: 471 i pp.' Bvo. $1.511.
HANS O. 10ELAND:—.Ths &Mr, of th e N or th. A
Itolueeee by'Tietkir Lingo. Cloth. I.SI Pp; Sid; 50e.
ithalT.RAItY 'ARRESTS 1 N 'l`ll SullT11:-,Siens*
in the Experience of an ~Hatarma Lsli out, 6y E., D.
. i‘tive of Char; eston ; for tl• it ty-,yearo a
sesident of the Cotton Plates ; 'and cutnutonly nausea in
the Sett " the, Alabama lirfageo;' Cloth; - slue pp..
12tno. SL. -
I,IVg.S AN D LETT - EffSOF ABE LA D A.l\' DII EILOISZ •
by O.W. Wright. Cloth 319 pp •131n0., Si ; '
THISBE YEARS 'ES - CHILI. Cloth. 1: & pp: • huts!.
f sc. •
WOODS AND WATERS:—The Sanniais and, Road&
By Alfere4 B.- Cruet. Cloth. 3 ll'pAgos. Plano: -I sll.
STORIES . 01? FROINT.INft 'ADTP..h3.IIItE .11V
SOUTH AND WEST. By Wm. T: Coe.;g ehall, Author ••1
Plensellito and Hints Poets and PuttlY- LB.
Ac.'l loth. - a pp. 12.in0. St.
'THE "BATTLE OF WATERLOO. ily Victor 'Mips.
Mper Covent. So pagts. loa n ,. 1. c., •
' TRIPS IN TILE LIFE OE A 1.000)101`1,V13
BEL , Paper Guir&s. 2:4 pp 12rtio. COp. ' Cloth, EL
OUR. 'FARM - OF FOUR ACRES; anti the Von) Wit
=Ai by a, Prom the 13th Landon FA. by Ilan kot•Altir-=
Litman. Paper Covers. 118' pp. llmo. '26e. cloth.
'Mete lkioks m4y _be bought at ret3ll.from theiStr” of
s SIIRYOCK. • Duly 224.02..
17 - 111-ti7 CURIOUS BOOK.L-S - ast
ty, , by Ilornce - Weltry, vttneNrokii:iono.,
prittted with nn enildentiitic frontispiece Price :111Q
' qt . & lideltiatorlthlp of.-the varied
hfurcitridire terries of tritioh , this-eminently nterest lug
volt:lines trona. It ia a vithoildo array of the best
thouhttes. inipi essions'and beliefs of the most distin
,guislatxl mindson the plienuturna of Li ig,,benth :V Fu
turity; it lertdith a Commonplace book tionie thought
ful divine might hove compiled. and in Ms thou Amtlatid
pne term mires to.the W - orko nud opinions of our beet mad
treatest,wrifers to not inforior..n. nu intetesting-ifterw
rykttiiimityY to the remote ••'‘,AnqtylnY of gehtlia4Y."
Prom Mr Bokb.n Transcript
"The uurk beim e us - by ltoince Vdelhy gives the
• iewitlP.Pinivvt, belief; and h . /IA:101k* y
sh•ii fit#ratiiie aff,2rd I n shy pet tai tens lot wile t
may be called the_ mysteries of humanity. Lite and
time, the nature pf the cunt. el:trite:ll life. mental - Phe
mitrflenai lxdefdttd.b epticism, th. the ; tesurreption.
Ae.., and' di;exise:ell arid illikt.utted trent' the 'hfAeat au
thorities. from t: edition sift 6cq irtui e, kgclaim: legends
epd. Christian facts. eek fable. end l'ilgrini's Pre.
grt•id. fifielj 7 religious'iffdrit'pervedee the *TX:: it is
the result of patient r search. and to tIM
the psych/di:0;1, the plissioligist—to the curious. a*
piocvttrqiurnua.uk,--is appeals, witb- full quid froqueut
leirdutiage "stio-mstion and Aspic:4l.km." 'ex
l'co. 46 Walker et.. Neer York.
- 1 INI li 0 & ) 1); 1 ' s :
L 0 ,ST I 7 ll ' O . O\.• — , I I?.ESTDRED a :'
teiNtitilaa:36 . - 04 Ca E-4-I*l*A Pr .S
.o.atedtvitetisti 'the Nature, Treatment- nd Radical'
dUre'drittiermatdiehrea-di 1 4 entinat :It Sabi:less. Sexual
- DebilitYi Nervousness,nud In voluutiely kJ:merlons. in
dyeing Impotency, Coneuropt jou and .tiental and l'hylt
, leaf Debility; by .11‘ntatti/ t CLl,Nrs,vall,ll.o:lr, c
The Impel tient fact that the awful consedutuutenASel f.-
Abuse luny he efre,tutelly 1 enieved without internal
medicineaur the dangereini application of eausitcs, in
litncrattati. nridicat ea hoilgier. anti. other. einphical de
tildes: re here drettly'aelttonitriittalmil ebb chitinely new
And highly sueenssiul treatment, as adopted by the cult.-
, bilged author. fully ex' bulled, by S suits OiTalich every
one It e o ablini to care hi aiself perfifer ey,itswint theltakt
possible east; thereby iv biding all- =the -adveitilied nos.
treins of the day. Thin teem' e will prove a boon to
5e.138 uncla Gealoottuy,l4l(.lrea*,, iSt a, Agri, my!, awre
lope%. Ori'theireteißt'ofsirfeerits or two lotrtteitOtitanlim,
by•tuldresa.ng, CIIAS. I.C. I% LtNk. s CO.,
127 itowery, Mew York, Pest Office Box,
( etobes ub rLitthlare
THk "DUTCHSE TTLEM - ENT"
bDow.roguwr,i--Exten.‘tve. 2 fp. Copiir and Mere
Ernairtensewf f—Th e umiereigned rcvectfilly in
forme Ids frieads and the public generally that= he hap
rens:mai his establiehment front the , -llutch Settlement' -
up town. to the eparieui Room. formerly tegnigied - by
.11inuich Brand, and nearly opposite White's
lie - has-just received , a terse assortment -et;,000F.,.
COAL: PARLOR and ND; S'etTiVE.S.,of the
Most approved and latest patterns. saki) he can and If
de t trained to satins" cheap. it not a little cheaper, %bare
can be had elsewhere in the country. - • -
• Ile inui also, and intends keeping Constar tly on hand.
a large assortment of Tin, Copper and tiheetriTO Mare.
made of the hett, material and by good Work:men.
Ctx l'ervens in want of anyihiug in the; above lino
are. regnalted to give him a tall htla e palehnaNg mv.e
,tvherv, as he feeltecont inced that Ito can suit Mira either
tte,regartis the article or e ptice.
SPOUTING ramie and tint op at the alnotheat - rattles-
All kinds of repairing dime neatly and riledidivutly.
Old Pewter, Brass and Dipper taken it. e.cliange For
Ware, orthe highest price given in easl2
mune 17'. 1 3 4 6 .: - JAC013•B:31lIttillt.
lagher's Stearin , ~ii- Tight !—/i. Di evallat lop
t;Liern.ltitl tao V El. , lbr i o4-sole very heeill, 1131.3 the
whole stools finish - tic' ja es eVior. manner. .1 warrant
thia Stove to be 'evertor 'to tij. Fiat-lop Stoy6 now tre
tie market, and yet:pie:tint • invite my, trienda and the
,public to call nnd - examine t Vria-ZtoiD, a liklticlt there,
are eiverel sizes. , ' ,
I have itfso grtat variety of - other 000}1T.Nri
STUVEB' of every istylo; PARIA)It ETYVES c norr and
bemtiful pattt•rnS. top? thhr.. with a henty _stock
hTUVES for Churches, Starch, OiliceS, note's. itc.
.70/ ti LUDWIG,
- Whologaii• and Retail Maier in
.4'l'o FRS, 2741, A4VD COPIER WA ER.
N. P.—l have; been appointed sol 'Ageut far Galls
gker'e celebrated Sunriat, Air-1 fight St aceln ('llam
-I.eratairg, Pa. e an;o 17,180.
A T ETTER, lIAMIITON &CO'S
li Great Stove and gin Ware Store. corner of the
intinaind ) can be seen the leitest.Test. and. cheapest
stock of (3041d4 in Chantbersbarg. They have COOK
ING STOVIIS for Wood and Coal. at latest patterns rind
-all strata nt fair prices. , • (June lErZ.
JOHN A. GI OVE
QPOUTllic't DONE - AT SHORT
I.IOi3CE, of first rate material and cheap.
All work warranted. and cheaperthan ean - bt-ttought
chmber° in tho County. Call and .ere tor youreelrek,
at - ETTER .lIAMILTON S CO'S.
neatly oppolitethe Bank.
VpTER, lIAMILTON ~Sr, CO. are
repnrect to put up the best LIGIITNINCI RODS
ALWAYS ON, HANI), AiLARGE
askorttnent of the very beg. Tin,Japanned and
I...tpperware,Ac., sold low at "
. . . ETTER. tTAMILTOrk EOl3.
A - LL WORK WARRANT-BD, and
cheaper than can be bought elienthero in the
calmly. Verne and see—then buy. at •
Favot . .llA3matei: COIL
CULL FOR PARLOR .&I,TD
NINA ItOOM COott. STOV.SS. They, are pretty,
good-an t i cheap. .F.Tf Ett,.III3II.LTON
A few sioere from Stit4oetee 116 , 31. Store.'
33000 anb *tattotterg.
EW" STORE !=--7WATs()N4, SON
11. 44're-opened at their Store ltOiirn, eii:the North
west Corner at the Diamond, opposiioltraiiklin
Chninbersburg, Pa., , an entirely new Stock of goods.
Consisting of DOORS of nlia..st every description. Sta.
tionery,pf all,kinds. Envelope.. Steel* PO; &C.
Also a large anorttrient of WALL PAPER WINDOW
BLINDS, Tations pikes, and a great vats efirnf NOTIONS
.AND BANUY ARTICLES, Picturoo, VansYases, Ladies,
and Idieses Baskets, .te.. 'Fancy soap and - `Perfumery.
Also almod Assortment of Worsted, Shale/id' Wool. &c.
and a great - varfety of goods too nunitironnefo insert to
ylidolishey invite the attention of the 'l'nblic, and re , .
aPootilelly solicit a abate of the pnblts"patteriage.
Pleaie call and examine tostoelt. -
' - 0 WA $R A eo.N.