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Subscriber-is the only authorized Agent for theeale
'.3) heeler £ llielloca's Prereituu Twtrhorse thresher
,and. Cleaner, with Railroad Power, for Fmnkliti. and
-Adams Counties:' Reis now ready to receive orders. for
the same. I •
This .11sChineis Two-horse Power, and will Thresh
.ttspi Clean any kind of Grain. It i the ;PREMIUM me.
MLINe having taken', the Premium at the United
tataltes,..and all the State and County Fairs, wherever ex
, Whited. They are made of the bet material, sad war
-lintel by .one of the largest Wild moat responsible
%establishments in the United States. It is warrented to
- thresh and clean from-15610 •.'.OO bushels of Wheat, - and
double that quantity of Oats in a day. It requires but
s two horses, and no driver. The Power and Machine can
both be worked in an ordinary Barn Floor. The Agent
hitaielf need mina these Machines lait seated for four
-months ccatstantly and can ',testify to thel truthfulness
of the bovestateoffacts. Be has threshed-as much as
-101.Bashels of Wheat, in :4:3:1 hours. Ile , worked the
-same two horses constantly iu tie Machine, and at the
1 end of the time, they were in as good condition as at
ficat.• Uts,, therefore, is prepared to refute the idea, that
they, are hard on horses. Re paid $6OOO far one horse
used, - antis4 o .6o far the ether, and they rather improved
than depreciated in:value.
Personshwishing to buy will please make application
Soon, is it will take same time to get them from Albany,
... N. T. .Price with Itailruad power at Albany. $285; with
freight added. Lever power, Lon...horse. with same Ma
• chine, $255. freight '-added. The agent will order none
but those sold. - • ROBERT it LACK, Agent,
June 17,'08.3m:. Fayetteville. Franklin Co., Pa.
OF AGRICULTURAL IMPLRMENTS.—Shop on
Ater Street, between Queen and Waahington, Cham
; berslinre, Pa.
WAGON MAKING I.—Keying connected with his Drill
' and Rake 'Factory' that of• Wagon-Making, and having
-- employed one of the beat practical Wagon-makers in the
(Minty. he nide confident in assuring Farmers, and - oth
ere n•eding this kind of work, that he Is prepared to
• , vender entire satisfaction to all who may leave •their or
- dere. All work entrusted to 13111VNVIII be promptly' and
heittly executed. at moderate prices. either for newor old
• work. 'Farmers areinvited to call, give him a trial, and
get the worth of their money.
RLACKSMMIING!—Re al+o carries on the Black
amithing, and employs a ekillfnl workman, who is able to
do All !Chili of Bmithlng which is required for Wagons,
01331-SPRING GRAIN AND HAY RARE: ,
Ilecontlatiee to construct his unsurpassed Patented
o'sun-Spring Grain and Huy Rake.
451. State and County Rights for sale
AGRICULTIJRAL 1311 1 1,31,ENT
,MANILFACTIIRERS.Irif. L. BoyEße ati.o.,
. . :Sixth St. and Germinitown Avenue,
. - Philadelphia.
Manufacturer. of the
, , : Premium' farm Gtht :V1 ill,
, . Hone Powers owl ttlareshoni,
Circular Bavir %Inch illtS
. ~ • Corn Sheller's,' .
Grain Fang, .
N . ; . _ . • Cultivators,
- H arrows,
Plows, = , . -
, • , and every variety of approved
• . Agricultural Impl omen ts.
' ' Pend for Circular andaddres.i '
.=. i W 31.. L. BOYER it, BRO.,
july. J.5.'63-4. - . , Philidelphia. v
REMII7' FARM (FIST MILL ;
'lhe only reliable Farmer's Gs let Mill.
' Is simple. durable and efficient.
'Grinds all kinds of grain rapidly.
Ta adspled to Gorse Powers. •
Eve Farmer should !MVO one.
drOd for descriptiro 'Circular and address
. WM. L. BOYER, & BRO.,
- Sixth st.end Germantown Asenue,Philadelphia.
jnty 15. '53-•fim
CC)" ! SHELLERS ! • .
'READING'S PATENT CORN SHELLER
• and SeTeratortind Cleaner, for Horse I , , , wer—its calieeiti
is t ' 11l 1000 to moo Bushels per day. The celebrated,
. STAR CORN SHELLER, -
adapted or hand and horse power. Time Shelters have
ali superior. - A &tress -
mt. L. BlyKa. & BRO.
Agricultural Implement Mmautacturerr,
aria. 19.3 m , Philadelphia. ,
OT SE POWERS '& THRESH=
;swam Rndlessehain HoraePowerg.
Improved Combined Threshers and Cleanigg. • -
Premium Threshers and bsperafas.
Circales Saw Machines fur Or , - 0 , 1 Cutting Wood
- Address " - WM. L. BOYER & BRO.,
Agidenßural Implenient Slannfaztorers,
ang 19-3 m • Philadelphia.
jElAtlif BELLS.-146rs & Brand
4lialgents for Franklin co., to sell the LEBANON
These Bells are superior to any Other
made in the State. We have sold a large number in the
Jmunty,and find them to give good satisfaction. , These
bells aresuperior in tone to, any other Iron bell, and.
,•,equal to brass bells. Althells sold are 'warranted
to stand, and if any should break, we wilt snpply.a new
one in place.
June 17,,V. MYERS & BICAIO*-.
I IE ,LOWS! PLOWS !----The celdbrat 7
ed - EARLE BELE-SHARPENING and Bteelattend
- g point Plowa. Addreas
I , . Whi. L. BOYER & SRO, :
, • Agricultural Implementa Manufacturers-
: suglfi4iti • Pliacidelptd , ' •
' DER 111:LI,9, on which nine barns of cider has
beeaftnadein a day-bx ono man with the assistance of
- twesmall boys. 'For &ashy SAHDEL SEIBERT.
Chainbersbtu g Ankust 19,'63.7t
j ARM BELLS.—We are Agents to
}, Sell the Lebanon Iron Bell. The beat article made.
A bells warranted not to break. Call and exaMine our
stock, as we are determinedlo sell goods at short profits.
TurielT,l33: MYERS & BRAND.
Ita&as, Soy thos, Cradles, &laths, &F.
MYERS & BRAND.
*telm anb Vlanto.
- I AND RETH'S
AND SEED WAREHOUSE, •
- ,,21 and:23 South Szth street, Philadelphia
DAM Lumina & Sos, Proprietors of Bloomsda , e,
-'arblch contains near four hundred acres, in high Mai,
devoted CO the production of GARDIZA 8151 EDS, are now'
preparedto supply Country Merchants, Druggists and
aid others who deal in Seeds, with large or small quan.
tities, by the pound or bushel, and also in papers made
'seedy for retailing. - a - ,
- The,Establishment represented by David Landreth .0
Son, has been founded nearly of a century.
The wide spread popularity, and the demandylncrea .
- kerma year to year, for
b•iierideneenf the high2raluc entertained fcr them by
• the public. -
• Ltinthith'a Garden Seeds are not only favorably re-,
eivedthrougbont the Union- but are shipped ' to' many,
aereigri ports. • Indeed, It may be stated with national!
ride that they come into active competition with Dig,
lab Section British Soil.
o :DaYid Landreth & SOD invite all who tire not already,
- idurchmiers or their Garden Seeds, to make a trial' of
ihemassuredthat they will be found JUDY equal - to
• heir Nip 'reputation.
• FLandretife Rural Register and Almansic containing a
• itaaeigue of Garden Seeds , with instructions; furnished
- ratia.i AlsO—Catalogue of Agricultural Implementsi
t.• • • z DAVID LANDRETH & SON,
1 ' '- Noe. 21 and 23 South 6th St., Philadelphia.
• wig: 12,',113.1y
f Ia,TRA.WBERRI.BSI .
AUGUST AND REPTEMDER
'pottlinorittor for plartn.ng STRAWI3£III.IE3f
Good plains of leading variants ?
11T : IWN'S ALBANY,
nuomni DE GAND,
HOVEY'S SEEDLING, etc.,
eci batted at the Pranklin Nurseries, or by ad dressing,
,t - oi Undersigned by order. • JACOB HEYSER, -
• Aug - • • • Agent.
kr•EST WHITE SEED WHEAT.--L
I tan slimly the BOUQHTON IVIIITt WHEAT.
aiid after 'September hit, in quantities' to snit :put ,
`ritual's. It will be furnished well cleaned, and is entire
, •Ir free from garlic and stout. The lent two year s /tila4
`}folded fully one-fourth more to the acrd than any other
c'he'st raised In this Bedroll, and It is soetiff In the titraW
• r:,et it la rarely broken down by stones. Price $1.50
Mabel. 'Apply to or addreaa the - subscriber at Charn
b-,nfburg. tang 20-3 t) A. IC, AVVILIMB.
•51TPERIOR RED SEED WHEAT.
feats furnish a limited 'amount. of LANE ailone
8 FED` vruE AT, Which BE proved much superior,
I.•th fp tho_yield and stiffness of straw, to the ordinarit
L,lncaster, Wbeati It is perfectly clean. Apply to or
it the sok alba at•Chambersbura. •
agg 26A -
ATITI3fORE LOCH HOSPITAL
DR. JOHNSON; the founder or -this Celebrated
ustitntion,pffen the mast. certain, speedy, and- , only
effectual remedy in the world for (fleets, Structures.
Seminal Weakness,.Pain in the Loins,Coustitutional De
bility, ImpOtexce, Weakness of the Back. aim Limbs.
Affections of the Kidneys, Palpitation of the Heart,
Dyspepsia, Nervous Irritability, Diseases of theltead,
Throat, Nose or, Ain and all those , serious and melan
choly disorders arising from the destructive habits n.
Youth, which destroy both body and Mind.. These sAcret
and solitary practices are ntore fatal, to, their victims
than the maog of the Syrens to the mariner Diverts,
blighting their most brilliant hopes, or "actiCipations
rendering marriage, ac., impossible.
Young Mon especially, who have become the victims
of &Mary Vice.that dreadful and :destructive habit
which atinuallyciwecpe to an untimely grave. thousands
of young men of the most exalted talent And hrillian
intellect, who might etherwLso hare entranced listening
Senates with the thunders of eloquence, Or. waked to
ecstacy the living lyre; may call with full confidence.
Marriedpersons, or young 'men conterdplating mar
riage,loeing aware of physical weaknoss;Organ ic debility.
deformities, .te., shOuld immediately consult Dr. Johns
He itheplaceS,hltriself under thtc a re of Dr.Johnsten
may religiously confide in his tumor as a gentleman, and
confidently rely upon his skill as a physician.
ORGANIC W I.IAKNESS !
' TintEDIAT ELY CI7II.ED AM) PU'LL VICIOII ILE:STORELi.
This disease is the perialty most frequently paid b)
those - who hain become the victims of improper mdul
gooses. Young persons are too apt , to commit exisisSe
from not being aware 'af the dreadful consequences the'
may come. Now, who that understands the subject
will pretend to deny that the
,power of Procreation
lost sooner by the , e,falling into improper habit than
the prudent, Besides being deprived of the pleasure ot
healthy' Offspring, the moat , serious and destructiv.
sympathy to naiad and body arise. The system become
deranged. tho physical and mental powers weakened
nervous debility, dyspepsia, palpltittion of the heart
indigestion, a - wtuating of the frame, cough, symp-om
of consumption. ,
Office No. 7- South Frederick Street,
seven doors from Baltimore street, East side, tip the
the steps. Be particular, in obserlag, the name an
nuniber,or you will mistake the place.
Rap. A CURE WARRANTED IN TWO 'DAYS...
- No - Nercitry or Nauseous Drags.
J 0 HNSTON,
3ivmber of the Royal College of Surgeons, London, gra
duate from one of the most eminent Colleges of ..th.
United Btates.and the greater part of 'whose: life ha
been spent' in the hospitals of London, Paris, Philadel
phiaand elsewhere; has effected some of the most aaton
Ming cures that were ever known. Many 'trouble,.
with ringing In the head and (tare when asleep, grew
nervousness, being alarmed at sadden sounds, and bash.
Julnesi, with frequent blhshing, attended sometime,
with decangement of mind, were cured Immediately.
• A CERTAIN, DISEASE!
When the misguided and imprudent votary of plea
sure finds helms imbibed tl e seeds of this painful die
ease, it too ellen hsppens that an ill-timod sense 01
shame, or dread of discovery; deters him from applying.
to those who from education and respectability cal
alone befriend him,delaying till the constitutional symp
toms of this horrid disease make their appearance, sod
ae nlebrated sera throat,dlieased nose. nocturnal pain
in the head and limbs, dimness'of sight, deafness, nob,
on the, thin, bones and arms, bliitches on the head, Nee
and extremities, progressing with frightful -rapidit‘
till at last the palate of the , month or the bones of th
nose tall in and the victim of this awful disease_ become,
a ItMxidnbject of commisseratlon, till tit ath puts ape
rind to his dreadfnlnnfferings, by sensing him to "that
bournelrom whence no traveller returns." To such
therefore, Dr. Johnston pledges himself to preserve tit,
- most inviolable secrecy; and from his extensive practict
in the 'first llospitale of Europs.and America, he cal
etifidently recommend a safe and speedy Cure to thi
untirtunate victim of this horrid disease. -
It is a melancholy tea that thousands fall victims t-
this horrid disease owing to the unskilfullness of igno
rant pretenders Who by 1184.1 of that doadful poison, Mer
curt', ruin the constitution,and either send the neon u
nate to an untimely grave, or make the residue of life
miserable. • •
TAKE PARTICULAR IS - OTICE!
Dr .J. addresses those wh6 have injured themselves b 3
privisteicald itnproper indulgences.'
These are some of the sad and tnelanCholy effects pro
dewed' by early habits of youth. viz:—Weakness of the
Sack and Limbs, Pains in the Head, Dimness of Sight
Loss of Muscular Power, Palpitation of, the Heart, Dye ,
pepsia, Nervous Irritability, Derangement of the Diges
'five Puitctitini,laenerul Debility, Symptom:lot Consular ,
'tiOn, &c. - ' •
bizaraux, the fearful -effects on the mind are much t:
1 e dreaded: loss Of Memory; Confusion of Ideas, Depres
sion of Spirits, Evil Forebodings, Aversion to Society
Self-Distrust, Love of SolitndeAimidity, &c, are some
of the e'vff effects.
. - -
Thogsandaot persons of all ages can 'now fudge wha , l
fe the ,cause of their declining , health, losing their rigor i
becoming weAk, pale, have suignlar, appearance about
eyo, cough , and symptoms of Omisumption.
i rohnsion' s Invigorating I?enzedy for Or!
Dy.titis great and important remedy. Weakness of
the Organs is speedily cured, and full vigor restored
Thousands of the moat nervous and debilitated,whi
MO lost all hope, have been immediately relieved. Al
impediments to Marriage. Physical or Mental Disquall
fixation, Nervous Irritability, Trembling, Weakness In
Exhanetion of the moat fearful kind, speedily eared bh
YOUNG- MEN, •
Who have injured themselves by a certain practice, in
'delged In when alone—a habit.frequently learned fr
evil companions, or at school, the effects are nightl3
felt, even when asleep, and If not cured . render mar
riage impOssible, and ' destroys both mind and bodY
should apply immediately.
What a pity that a young man, thehope of his coon
try, the darling of his parent s, should be snatched free
ail prospects and enjoymente of lire; by, the consequene•
of deviatingfrem the path Of nature. and indulging is r,
ertain secret habit. Such persons, before contensplat
- MARRIAGE -; ,;
should reflect that a sound mind pad body are flu
moat necessary requisites to promote connubial happi
neis.• Indeed. without these, theioqraey through lire
becomes a weary pilgrimage, prospect hourly dark
ens to:the view; the mind becomes shadowed with de
spalr,and tined with the melancholy reflection, thit
the happfuen of another becomes blighted with mil
OFFICE NO. 7, SOUTH FREDERICK ST.,
,thonstmdScnred at this Institution in the
last lift een yearK and the numerous important surgical
Operations performed by Dr. J 4 witnessed by tai re
portirsof the papers, nod many other persons. notices
of which have appeared again 1111114 , M111 before the pub
lic, is a imffleient guarantee to the ;Misted.
N. B, There are so many ignorant en worthless
quacks advertising themselves as Thysicians, ruining
the health of the alroady.afilicted. Or. Johnston deeMs
it necessary to say to those unacquainted with his rep
utation, that his Diplomas hangin his office.
geiPTAKE Nona—A ll letters must be post paid v and
centsine. postage stamp for thg reply, or no answer will
be sent. : Feb 2.5, 113-Iyrt
.Idropufadurers Photivrraphie Arattric%ls,
501 Broadway, New York.
'CA:R . D PHOTOGRAPHS.'
;OurCatalogne rio* embrati eonsidifrably over Ptiur
Thousand d iff erent subjects (to which additions are con
tinually being made) of Portraits of Bininent Americans
- 7 2 1 1 ajor4leneritle, - 525 Statesmen,
190 Brigadler:Generate, 127 Divineis,'—
2511 Mind*, • 116 Anthers, - •
54 Lieutenant-Coloaels_ 30 Artists,
20'1 Other Officals, - 112 Stage,
60 Navy Officers, 46 Prominent Weenen,
- 1 • 141 Prominent' oral& Portraits.
2,500 flpios o". Work, rif, Art,
in ioding reproductions of the most celebrated Eagrac
inge,Paintinge; Statues, Catalogues sent on receipt
of clamp. An orderfor One Dozen 'Pictures from put
Catalogue wilt be lilted on receipt of $1.60, and sent by
mail flu.. , • •
Of tlvne manufectere a - great vriety, ranging, in
price from 60cents to $5O each. -
our Albums have the reputation of being eupteleein
beauty sad durability to any others. 'The, smaller kind
can be sent safely by mallet a postage of Mz cents per
The more expensive can be sent by express.
We also keep a large assortmeat'Of
iMakEBOOPBB AND STMCBCCTIO ,1 WE.;
dud:44loooot thisel4ll be sent 'to, any addreas; on
receipt of Stamp,
8.4 ii. T. LIVIVIIT,
Illaritactnroni of rilattoOraphlo Materials
801 Broadway, Nero' Xork. ,
lirionde or relatives of iroirlinentpllitary.,lneri *ll
confer. a furor by sending us. their Mango, to ropy.
They will be kept carefulty and "returned Uninjured. ;
yOt t Aibtjazaeocaickr orderforCeogregatlona, ta.pre,-
sent •fti their ;Seta., foc other purpose), Ida inflate
. - ..„
taoceivacb Pwa lkeoL
. 17rAtikt* ittpaoitay# l , If*anbtroburg, pa.
KENNEDY & Part
raership—The undersigned havii assoffinted them
selves in the practice the Lnw in the several courts of
Franktin County. Obit eon Market Street, in the room
heretofore occupied by T. B. Kennedy.
T. B. KENNEDY.
June 17,'63. NILL. .
ATTORNEY AT LAW.— W/L
-SON REILLY, Atimmey at:Law —Office on Mar
et t.. formerly occupied by Reilly & ltht rp, directly
opp site the Court Rouse, Chambersbnrg, Pa. - All legal
business entrusted tothim will receive prompt attention.
:lie will practice in adjoining Counties. Juite 17, '63.
el M. & W. -S. STENGER, Attor
kfi • neys at Law, Chamberikurg, Pa. Collections
Promptly, attooded to. W. 5. Stenger, District Attor
ney and agent for procuring Pensions. Bounty Money
and Arrears of Pay. Office in Franklin Building. 3.1
door from the corner.' June 17, 83.
.'S. EVERETT, Attorney at Law.
- V 4 . Office in Mrs. Bard's dwelling, directly oppo
, site the Court llonee;Chatithersbnrg, Pa..s Will practice
•in the several Courts of Franklin and Fulton Counties.
All legal business, entrusted to his care will receive
prompt attention. . June 17, 1863.
P.S. BTIMDAUGH. . Jowl trrewmrc.
STUMBAUGH & STEWART, At
, tarnists at Lau,. Chambereburg, Pa., give their- aridl
y ded attention to the Praeticoof their Profesiin.
; 4iii- Office in the Town Hull. June 17. '63.
T M'DOWELL SHARPE, Attorney
OP • at Law. Chambersburg. Pa. Office in Mrs, Bard's
Buildinen; directly opposite the Court House.
GO. SEILHAAIER, Attorney at
Exttr4„Clinmborriburg, Pa. Office—Main Stieet,
ibove Queen, in the room formerly occupied by S. Rolah.
Esq. Juno 17, 1863.
GEORGE EYSTER & R J. BONE
BRAKE, Attorneys at Law, here removed to the
'room on Mein Street, one doorßoutb of kystor's Store.
June k 7, '63. , - ,
T j S. CLARK, Attorney at Law; has
• removed his Office a few doors FAA of his former
location. on Market street. (South-side.) June 17,'63.
CALVIN,M. DUNCAN, Attorney at
Law. Office on Ilarket Street; in Lawyer's Row,
pposite the Court Muse, June .17. '63.
TL. 'FLETCHER, Attorney at Law
• Chambersburg. Pa. Oftlge on Vast Market street
n e a rly opposite the Cm art House. 4 I June 17,'63.
ALEX. K. M'CLITRE,! Attorney at
Late, Chantlereh_urg, Pa. "Oft:Wein the Franklin
Kepository ttnilo Juno 27, V.
B. HURD'S DENTAL
RESCEDIES 4RE.TREBRSTINTLIE WORLD,
unitieng Fine Teeth and Sweet Breath, and curing
Coothache and Neuralgia, 2,
Do you wish to be blessed with and addiired fdr Pearly
White and Sound Teeth? Use Dr. W5l. D. HURD'S
UNRIVALLED TOOT!' POWDER, warranted tree from
alkali, or any I tdurious substance.. Price. 25 cents
=ware ot iho ordinary cheap Tooth Powders,
whiten but destroy.
Do yon wish to be ciii-tain that your Breath is pure,
vweet and nureeable to husband or wife, lover and iri end ?
Use Dr. HURD'S CELEBILATBD 'MOUTH A r ASII
Price,37 rents por bottle.
The astringent- wash is alto the best remedy In the
world for Canker, Bad Breath. Bleeding Ulnae, Sole
Month, etc. It has cured hundreds.
Do you wish your children sutler from Toothache?
Get Dr. HURD S MAGIC TOOTHACHE DROPS. Price,
12 cents per bottle.
Are you afflicted with Neuralgia? Get Dr. WM 13
ItURD'S NEURALGIA PLASTERS. The most effective
cud delightful remedy known for Pains in the Face,
:hest, Shoulders, Neck, or any part of the body
They do not adhere nor blister, but soothe and charm
pain away. Try them. Price, 15 and ST cents. Mailed
nt, receipt of price.
A Treatiie on the best method of Preserving the
'reeth mailed on receipt of the price—lo cents. It is a
vainahls little work, and should be in the possession of
For sale at all the best stores throughout the country.
Caurtox,—As there are dealers who take advantage bt
tar advertisements to Impose upon their customers in
ferior preparations, it is necessary to insist upon baring
what you call for, and you will GET TIM BEET. thoroughly
tested, and prepared by an experienced and scientific
Dentist, Treasurer of the New York State+ Dentists' As.
+octagon. and Vice President of the New York city Den•
tat Society. Address • W.ll. BATUMI & CO,
June 17, '63-tf. Tribano,Buildiega New Yotk.
TEETH INSERTED ON.,AMBER
DASE.—DR,N. SCHLOSSER, Ome still ,at his real:
'wine on EAST MARKET STREET, near the Franklin
itailroad. Dentistry in all its branches attended to with
ill the modern improvements. ,having published to
this community formoro than two years, that teeth oti
Amber is in every way CHEAPER AND DliTTElt than
teeth on any other material.l a mild say thatl still sea
ao reason to change my opinion, far there are many per
ions in Chambersburit vnd vicinity for jihetn I have
inserted teeth on AMBEtt who can testify to their sups.
N. S. All work warranted to give sathlfaction, or no
large. -Teeth extracted without pain' with perfect
•afety without taking Chloroform. For further infer-
nation call at the (Vice. [June 17,1863.
R. W. ANT. SCHLOSSER, =Sur g eon Dentist—The undersigned bag removed his Office
(non the Mansion lions° to the residenee , of alr Jelin
Noel, Northwe4t corner of the Diamond. Itn4 immedi
ately opposite the Franklin Hotel. Office on the so.
7ond floor—entrance through the passage, to the right
is you ascend the stairs
4iEMOVAL.—Dr. J. K. REID, Den
ad, has removed hia other from the coiner or the
eub c Square, where he piectised so many years. to the
:orner of Afalivencl Queen : Streets, above Wm. ileyser's
'frog Store, Chambersburg, Ya.. where he will he,pleatitel
:o receive the calla of his !Honda. Puuel7,lBii.3.
DR. A. R. SIIAW returns histhanks
to the citizens of Franklin county,for the lib-
Si encouragement bestowed (Y 3 him the mast three
years. nod invites those who have not made trial of
11031030MTILY , to do so. constalutirms fro; Alb-cu
rable cases can rely on a more speedy cure than slimier
any othtrsystem. Dr. S. has removed to North 'Main
strut. a short•distance below the point, where be can he
found ready to Attend to calls, either invowtror country,
when not absent oa professionil business.
'June 17, 1863.
PR. W. N. BROWN. I PRO .7. WALL
• ROW Jc, N WALK, El e ctrical Play
] siciatte. Office in Franklin Building, Wyse Men
u= Senearr,Bbambersburg, Pei.
The above treats all Chronic Diseases by means o.
GALVANISM. and the different modifications of BLBC-
T RWITY, as d iscovered and taught by . ,Prot BLAIN.
June ID. (134 f • . „
R. JOHN MONTGOMERY will
attend promptly to all Calls in hie line: Office en
lain street, next, door to the 'Eagle Ilot'eh and nearly
apposite the residence of the Iron. tleorem ehambenh
R. 3. O. RICIiARDS will littend
&promptly to all calls in his line. Office on Main
troet. neat door to Ppanglor's Drng Store.
tar °mos Ilocas—From 7 to 9, A.M.; 12: to 2 and 6
P.M. June 17,1863.
littotireo of tc peace.
- TUSTIdk OF 'THF, PEACE.-11.
ty B. DAVISON. iTurticeqf the Prate.Cilice immediate.;
ly opposite the" Queen Ilotel." Alt business en•
trusted to his care shall receive prompt .attention.
strumente of Writing, of all kinds, drawn up in a satis
factory manner. - June 17,'63.
PIIAATM AN:, Justice of the Peace
• Clumbereburg, Pa. June 17, '6g.
VOTICE OF PARTNERSiIIP.
ii Notice is herebyglyen that the rrodersignedhavc
this day entered into partnership, in the Coach.3iaking
business, in awl ts various brandies, under the name of
Peltier & Foltz. The said firm will do loudness at the
stand lately occupied by P. Henry Peiffer.* Co, and
would respectfully solicit a continuance of the public
pat] co tge. P. lIENRY-PEIFFBN,
Nov. 6, 1861, C. 0. FOLTZ.
11 00. K BINDERY. -M. KEEPER &
CO, hate rentored their 8008 BINDERY to the
rd story of the MANSION. 80v88, on the - Diamond,
above Sbryock's Book Store. . Entrance between the
Book Store and Dr. Solvely's office. Old Books, Poriodi
rats; Mnale t ßewspapers, &c,, bound in any style. Blank
BOokintsdatoorder. Paper rested to any pattern.
NOT. i, 130.
-.. . . .
Boots, *tationerg, etc.
, BOOKSELLER it STATIONER,
Now occupies his NEW STORE Room, and is prepared
to transact business with greater facUltini thnn
School Books:Miscellaneous Books. To Books,
Law Books, Medical Books; Sunday School. Books,
Military BookS. '
• ' • - BIBLES.
A large assortment of Rocket and Family Bibles,
• BLANK BOOKS
Of all sizes, qualities and styles of binding. •
.A great variety of nil kinds of Writing and Print
ing Papers, of prencb,English and American man
ufacture. Also, Envelopesniall sizes and qualities,
Ink, Pens, Pencils. India Rubber,' tapes, Seals,
Quills, Copy Books,lllottingßoard,-Knives, Erasers,
Writing Sand, &e..4te.."
GOLD PENS. -
The very best Gnu) Pass in the market, fully
warranted, made by Leroy W. Fairchild, of N. Y.
A full yariety of patterns and qualities.
WALL PAPER. "
Nearly Two HEN DEED different patterns, together
with suitable Berderings, Plain, Velvet and Velvet
Oval and Square Frames,for Photographs. FrameS
For Picture Frtun i es, of any size
Much lirtcr than publishers' prices, among which
• are the following:
The White Cruiser, •
Tho Ranger. --
The Midnight Queen, . „
English Tom, •
Maid of the Saranac,
• Capt. Hawker,
• Don Bernardo 's Daughter,
' David Huldeks.
Sketches in France, •
Mrs. Gray's Novels;
Trial and Triumph-,
Prince and Pedfer, •
• East Lynne,
Legends and Stories,
' Rod Jack,
• Red Scout,
• Belle•of the Bowery,
Grace Weldon, .
,Rival Beauties. '
• r Bariew Honor,
. ' The Squire,
Chips from Uncle Sam's Jack-knife,
The - ,Everlastin g Fortune Teller, " •
The Matueavering,Mother, ,
Marguerite de Valois,
Foggy Night at Orford,
The Quiet Husband, '
• Two Prima Donnas, _ ,
" The Debtors Daughter,
The Banker's Wife.:
The Scarlet Flower. -
The Wife's Trials,
- The Expectant,
. English, French, German and American Engrn
Fancy. Traveling, Book, Picnic, Fruit, Knife and
Clothes _Baskets. -
Single and Double Zephyr, Tapestry and Split
Zephyr, - Shetland Wool, &e., &c:
The Philadelphia and New York ljall;v3 received
daily. 'Clubs or individualn suppled.
Harper 's Weekly, i • /
Frank Leal:yet., ' -
N. Yllierenr . Y,
- N. Y. 'Weekly,
New York Ledger. etc.,
All the Year nowt.
Cornhill, etc., ete.,
received as noon ae pUblished..
CHEAP LITERATURE. •
All the Dime Publications; Weekly.Nouvellettmi
Song Books, etcd, received daily.
take.orders' for all kinds of goods.
Wo receive goods by Express Ilv . EitY DA T froin the
Blank Deeds. .-
Writing and Printing Cards. .
, Rulers. : ,
Fancy Boxes. . . ' ;. .
. ' Combsand Brnshey; -
and all standard goods in onr line constantly on
hand:- 1 -.-, . 8
• ' MUSIC'.
'Sheet Mneio, for Piano. 'Guitar, Violin; Pluto, etc.
We purchase Pianos ou.coa ► misdion. sO 04 ta saYe
our customers from 'Fifty to Ono Hundred and My
. We can supply any, kind of Musical instruments
at prices far lower than tonal.. •
We can sell Photograph Albnms at lower Prip?s
'than they cad be procured for in the cities.
We have no hesitation in sluing to our customers
that from .our 'Ong experience, 'our-Meaner of do
ing businese. - and our groat facilities, we do not fear
competition, and have no doubt of our being aide
to give entiretatlifaction.
Come and see our New Store, our new and en
larged stook,* formyour ovrnOplidona
Cbau►beiatarg hoe 17,1885, , .
i . BOOKS,
rItOTOGRAPH ALBUMS; i
OHN. M. P . OIIFRROY,
ARMY AND NAVY - AG SWIM,
204 SOUTH FOURTH STREET,
The undersigned. ,having resigned his positi n as Pay
m'ester in,the U. Sdirmy, has opened at tin • SOUTH
FOURTH STREET, an AGENCY FOR PR `URINE
PENSIONS, and for thecollection of OPTIMUM' Soudan,
and all other Clams against the Government.
, My long experience as Paymaster, has given'tne unu
sual facilities for becoming thoroughly aceinaintod with
this business in all its details. On the receipt, by mail,
of a statement pf the case of claimants, 1 will forward
the necessary papers for their signature. - Petti)mol
tention will be given to the cases at Washingtil.
,tlO charge unless successful, when will be charged
for eelleptie g ailerons under $.30, and $lO on all sums over
that amount and under $2OO. Larget claims taken on
special arrangement. Fees in , Ponsion Cases us fixed by
ZNYORMATION YOR AND INSTRUCTIONS TO
Ali Soldiers of the present war, who have served two
years. and Soldiers du3charged for Wounds received in
battle, without reference to tab() of service, are entitled
besides their regular pay, to:1BU° Bounty. •
In case Soldiers or Swollen are discharged for disability
or wounds received while in the aereice, they are entitled
tO a Pension according to the disability.
'ln case of the death of the Soldier before discharge,
through disease contr toted, or wounds received while Ia
service, his widow is entitled to receive the $lOO Bounty,
besides arrearages of pay and pension daring her lifetime
If the Soldier die after discbarge.from disease con
tracted or wounds received while in-service, his widow is'
entitled to a pension of V 6 per annum.
If no widow or minor muldren, tticr mother of the Sol
slier or Seaman will receive the Pension. if dependant on
him wholly or ih part fOr support.
1 If deceased Soldier or - Seaman leaves no widow, his
children are entitled to the same benefits as the widow,
except when the children may be over the age offl6 years.
I If no willow or minor children, the bounty ) , and pay
will descend to the heirs as follows:
First to the Father, second to the Mother, third to the
Brothers and Si.ters, and teen to the next of kin.
Discharged Soldiers. whose 'clothing account was un
settled at the time of discharge, can recover any balance
duo them, if the Company books are not destruyed,,f To
draw this balance, write to your Captain fur a descrip
tive list: showing Clothing account, and forward it ti) ins
With your preliminary statement, giving also the date at
Soldiers, who served with the nine months' voluntiers,
Can recover VT bounty and premium, without regtird to
time of service, if they have not already received it. -
j Soldiers who were prisoners in the South; and fiddlers
who were absent on sick furlough, are entitled to-com
mutation of rations.
In communicating with this Wilco, state the nature of
ylonr claim fully, and give the Company and Beg moot to
which you or the Soldier for *limn yen claim belonged,
ee wallas your present POstOillice ath,ress.
llie Exeelleney ANDREW 6. ConmniGoyernor of Penn
tlllint C.►xaabr, Harrbburg, Pa.
HOS. JOSEPH Casey, ChlefJnatice of the Court of Claims
Hon. H. H. }Moon, Chief Clerk of Pay Department
Hoc. &mini. McPartisoa ' M. C.. Washington.
Iteri..M. P. Fr - ass - yr, Presillent Judge, District Court,
1 Pittsburgh. . , ,
Boa. A. K. McCtuna. - .Chamhersburg, Pa. .
Hos i goales A. SCOTT, Vice President Penn's Jail Road.
Elen, ILLIAX B. Tuomas, collector of the Port,hilad'a.
110 i: C. A.. WAtrioßm, Poet Master, Philadelptii
Dag.r.L. & Co., Ilanlmrs, Phi ladelphi a.
J DUNLAP. President of Union Bank, philidelphia
Bourn & FAIRIRORNE. Attorilice, sit
RIEGEL. WRIST 4t EaVIN, Blerchants,
LL L DWIG, littscntss. & Co. Merchants,
PAITCFIETE, pKoon & Co.,
DAVID FAUST & CO., Merchants,
Bin./ AMIN S. JAI( ET. J a.,4 Co., Merchants,
Ctisuss M. MORGAN & CO., Merehanto,
MIVOOD, WHIM& & CO., Merchants. -
) • ' JOHN M. PIIMROY,
No. an South Fourth street,
June 17, '634f.
ENSION, BOUNTY AND WAR
CLAIM AGENCY:—Pensions procured for soldiers
of I thetpresent war who are disabled by reason of wounds
reteived. or disease contracted, while in the service of the
liniteri States; and Pensions, $lOO Bounty, and Arrears
oti Pay obtained for widows, or heirs of those who have
died or been killed while in service.
JOIIN R. ORR, Claim Agent,
"ft.`h. 25, '63-Iy. Chambersbnrg, Pa.
TO THE - PUBLIC GENERALLY.
CRAM BEIISBURG FOUNDRY.
'thu undersigned takes this method to inform the public
that ha has takeg the FOUNDRY solong carried on by
Wm. Seibert, with ati the PATTERNS connected there
with, where he purposes continuing the business, and is
now pteparcd to make
ALL KINDS OF CASTINGS
midway be wanted by the community. Particular at
tut tion will be paid to making and keeping on hand ev
ury description of PLOWS, CASTiIidE, WAGON ISOX
All kinds of Castings made to order.
dew Plows, of different patterns, always on sand or
OLD METAL taken in- trade,,for which the highest
price .will be given.
By devoting himself attentively., to business he hopes
to 'perit and receive it stone of public patronage. '
QLUVER AND BRASS PLATER
AND, BIT AND STIRRUP NAKER.—T he +tib
ia:caber respectfully :informs his friends and the Public,
that he continues to carry on the above business at his
old stand on Alain St - reet,epposite the German Reformed
IlavSng enlarged ltis business, Saddlers and Coaclt
mitheYs will find in his Store Ratan a general asmrtment
uf,Goods suitable to their several requireineats. such as
Fhir and Country Hogskins, Patent Leather; Gig Trees.
full Plated, I tiled and Japanned; Self-Adjusting Trees.
Frill plated, Tinned and Japanned; Straining Web and
Worsted Rain Web. lower than Cotton; Games, Bait and
Atirrape,Ylated, Tinned and Japanned;' Coach liandleci,
nciw styles; Curtain Frames; flub Bands; Bridle Fronts,
Hosentes, Swivels and Ornaments; Iron Plated and Wood
Gig Hawes, Buckles, Brass, Silver and Japanned, all
styles and patterns; Leery and Wooden blartiupde
Kings, Stump Joints, and a variety of other Goods suit
able for the trade.
*a^ ell kinds of Plating, &e., done with neatness and
NEW MARBLE YARD.—The
undersigned respectfully announces to tho citizenS
of Franklin county that he hal, opened a New Marble
Yard in the room formerly occupied by Dr. Hamilton,
directly opposite .1. S.M.:LOW/3 Drug Store, Main Street,
'lithe titirough ot.Chanibershurg, where hq„will keep on
band or make to order' all articles in his I ini of bnslness,
such as MONUMENTS. TOMBS and HEAD STONES.
M.A.NI LES, TABLE A STAND TOPS. dc., manufactured
frOm the very best Foreign and Domestic Marble.
Tie respectfully solicits a call from those who may bo in
want of any article in the above line. He is Confident in
his ability to satisfy all who may be pleased to patronize
him; either as regards his prices, or the quality, beauty,
and chasteness of his work.
--,July 8,'63. JOIN A. GROVE.
ly informs the pittitie that hoilmi leased thi,
BRICK YARD ,-
rgeently occupied by N. Wanamaker, and has appointed
'SAMUEL RANFORD„A PRACTICAL 3IECII ANIC,
toy .conduct' the business. Ile respectfully solicits the
patronage bestowed , upon the former occupant. and hopes
lj mpt attention to business, always having a large
I SOLID, WELL IIA.DE BRICK,
of all styles and qualities, to secure all the trade, both
city and country.
101..Bricklayers_are invited to examine our stock.
'WANTED.—About 200 cords of good Wood..
i nlay 13.3 m. .
TIARNARD T. FELLOWS, •
HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER
GRAINER, GLAZIER, AND PAPEP,
• ), HANGER, SHOP
In- the Old Armory Building, (up stairs,) .
nixt door to "Old Jail," Peiffer 4 'Foltz's i
Carriage Manufactory, opposite
Brcurn's Ifotcl, and
OORNRR OF SECOND AND MARKET STS.,
I respectfully take this method of thanking 'the ctn.
sans of .Clutmbersburg and vicinity for the very liberal
patronage I have received at their hands for the past
Year, (my first year in this place,)
and Mattering myself
that I have done, and and am still prepared' to do. the
lacy best work in my line, I solicit anontimiance of past
Ivor. - • B. T....F.F&LOWS.
P. S. I respectfully refer to any of my patrons—James
Eyster, Wirt. MeLenattan, Col. A. L. McClure, 11ev. Mr.
MmHg, Presbyterian Church, Dr.lllehardlt,Dr. Fisher,
of-M. Kieffer 'A Co., Gcrtnan Ref 'd Messenger . J. Anima
Byster, Wm. C. Eider, and any °there for whom I have
done 'work—for character of work done, and expedition
June 17, ' l 337tf. B. T. F.
viill $ NJ V pay for the REPOS',
1- 11, TOBY one Jeer to be sent to iiHolt4eF,lll
he ifer,vite. .
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- (Succeseor to al .D. - POOLADY),
• 49 Walker Sired,
(Near Brcettl way).
- NEW YORE CITY.' -
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Discount to the bade.- Each copy contains art intwe
giapltletter from General McClellan. -
DR. etrmlnNa's REPLY TO BISHOP COLENSO47
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THE "DUTCH SETTLEMENT."
bDOWN TOWN !--ixten.iirs .7Vn, Copper find ,Sekro
Ketalishment !—Tbe undersigned respectfully in-
Comm, his friends and the public generally that he has
remoeed his establishment from the "Dutch Settlement!'
up town, to the spacious Boum formetly occupied-by
Minnich & Brand, and nearly'opposite White's Cloth
ABitAliA3l , METZ.
He has just received a large assortment of COOS.
COAL; PAttLOR and r7INE-I'L .TE :ATOVES of thh
moat approved and latest patterns. which he san and la
dot rmined to sell ne cheap, is not a little cheaper, thea
can belied elsewhere in the county}',
He has also, and intends keeping conetaxtly err hand.
a large tursurtment of Tin, Copper and Sheet-Iton "Wale
made of the beat material anti by good workmen. •
titap• Persons in want of anything in the above lime
are requested to give him a call brf n e purchasing elan.
where, as he feelseenvinted that lie can suit them either
as regarils.theartiele or the pi ice. - •
SPOUTINO made and put up at the shortest . .nottee.
All kinds of repairing done neatly and expeditionely:
Old Pewter, Brass and Copper taken L. exchange fur
Wares or the highest price given in-cash. - ,
• . JACOB It-BILLLYM.
fag-hies .564.3":4 . .iir-T . lO4l—A Sim ifiit
iivt) nIN ISTO NE. ' plates-are very lAvy. snd tlfis
whole Stove is finished in usuperier manger. I warrant
this Stove to bo superior to any Flat-fop Rove new in
the niarkitoind leiptSttfully 'nett* , to) fk lends nialibe
putdfc to call and examine this Stave, of which there
are several sizes.
' I .hale alwr a ' , great variety of • other. -.EOOIUNQ
STOVES of elierratyle; PARLOR STOVES, new and
beantiful patterns, toftethre with a heavy stock of
STOVES fur Churches, Stores, Offices, Hotels, kc.
JOUN S. LUDWIG,
Wholesale - and Retail Dealer in
STOVES, TIN 'AND COrl'ER IVA RE.
N. B.—l - haveleen appointed Sole A gene ler Bane
or's Celelliated.Sunrieu Air-Tight Cook Slo've in (Ilan -
beraburg, Pa. June 11, 186;
A T ETTER. HAMILTON & CQ'S
Great Store. and I'l *are Stotc. corner of Hu
Diamond. can =be seeit the hirgest, best. and cheivist
stock of Goodeo in Chantbersbucg. _ They hare COOK
ING STOVES for Wood and Coat, ot latest pat-testis wad
all alms, at fail prices. - punt. MISS%
SPOUTING 'DONE- AT - SHORT
NOTICE, of first-ride material and cheap.
All work warinuted,and cheaper than can beboncht
elsewhere is Collets , - Call and - see or yonreellmg,
at ETTER,IIA3IILTON k CO'S.
ntsaly opposite the Bank.'
HAMILTON & CO. arc
• preptireA-to pni'up the best LIGHTNING RODt
at cheap rates.
A LWATS.,ONJIAND, A LARGE
IX assortment of tyre very best Tin, Japanneefigal
eopperware; kE, sold low at
A LL WORK WARRANTED, arid
IlliZebeagett then can be bought eleewherelt tls
CAlj‘ FOR PARLOR AND
NlN(ino9af COOK STOVES. They are 1444,
good find &mitt, EMIR, HAMILTON & , •
• - , A few doors from Shryock's Rix& Store.
- krEW, STORE !—.WATSON & SON
'brut opened at their Store Room, on the North
west Corner of the Diamond, opposite Pranklta Nail.
Chambersburg, Pa, an entirely new stock of goods,
consisting ofDOORS ofahn,st every desiription.
tioncry of ail kinds, Earelopes. Steel Pens,' ink,.dc.
Mao alarge assortment of WALL PAPER, WINDOW
BLINDS, 'various prices; and agreatvariety of NOTIONS
AND FANCY ARTICLES, Picturee, Pans, Vases, / 4 4 101 4
and Misses Baskets, -- ks- Panev 'Soap and Perim:defy.
Aiwa good Assortment of Worsted, Shetland Wool. #42.
and a great variety of goods too numerous to insert - to
which %keyinyitetheattentlon of the Public, And re
spectfully Solicit a aharei of the public patronage.
Plasm tall sad oiatointi mar stock. ' , ,=1
Jane 17, • W4.180$ & SONS
*tains ant Eintoarre
Books anb ,Slationerg.