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AITIMORE LOCK. HOSPITAL
, /• DID JOIINSaN, tho founder of thin Celebntterl
tituttott,offere the taunt certam. opeedy, mitt only
Arectusi rem/4y in the trorbf to (Beets. structures.
.Beatinni Weftknots.? tin in the LOing,G)llKtitlitit.ll:llD/S.
tiiiiiYJnll l 4te.oB, Welktil:f3 of the Back mit: Limbs , .
- Affectiona at the Kidney!. PalP , tation of tile Urart,
12Yeittpain., Nervote, Irritability, Dirmses of the lima,
3. 1 ". 4 t. None or ,kin ; and nil those serions : and n i ,q an .
411 y 4inmlers nriging from the dentractice habits o,
Yuntit,wilielt destroy both hotly &minima. Their Ferret
*ld eiihtary practices aro more fatal to their victims
than :te n lig of the Syrene to the mariner Ulyeints,
tiligktin ; t heir most brilliant holm ! " of acticinetions
reseleritt .- marriage, Lc , impossible. , .
Young Men especially, who have become the eh:Mats
fialitary Vice.that dreadful and fteatructive habit
which autinallyeweeps co an untimely grave thousands
„ ir young men of the most scatted ta. ent and hrillian
tatellect, wit° might otherwise have entranced listening
&Dates with the thinders of eloquence, or waked to
siVacy the living lyre; may call uitli lull confidence.
• if.ARRIAG-E! •
Hitt e.l persons. - et . ..young men contemplating trier
I ng Reeire of pfiysical 117 Mk' Ile se. organ ic de Id
deforntities. &c., s timid iuuneciiately cotuintt Dr. Johns
He who-places hitneelf under the care of Dr.Jehuston
suay•rel i glumly confide te l 1 1 611,3,4- as a gentleman, nail
willtidently rely upon his skill m a physicin it. •
- -ORGANIC WEAKNESS!
nliveUt ctlitati asp lett rtMla ItratOßCD.
disease IS the penalty most frequently'paid by
fillose who have tiewnie the victims of improper instill
gances.. - Vomit perilous are too apt to commit excesses
from nut being-meare of the dreaslitil consequences that
may e sue. Sow, who that Understands the subject
Will pretend - to deny that the power of Procreation is
Litt sooner by those falling into improper habit than by
tae p o d e pr. Besides being deprived of the pleasure of
h ea lthy
L effsio ing, `the most serious and (Instructive
vg- B e to mind and body arise. - The system heceine
deriutted. the physical auCi mental powers weakened'
driervom deuillty, dyspepsia, palpitation of the heart
hulls modish a wanting of the fratne, cough , •symp.om
office No. 7 South Frederick Street,
bitten doors from Biltimere street, East side, up the
the steps. De p tramline in observing the name acid
sumber. or you will mistakelbe place.
Aut. A CURE WARRANTED IN TWO DAYS,..e3r
' .• ' No Jf•PctiCy nr Yousenus Drugz..
Ventber of the Royal college of Surgeons, London. gra
delete front one of the most eminent Colleges of the
- United States. and the greater part of whose life has
been spent in the hospitals of Londen:'PAris, Philadel
pith and elsewhere, has effected some of the most aston•
dishing cures that were ever known. Many troubled
with rieging In the fund and ears when asleep, great
nervonsaem, being shinned at sudden autunite. and bash
fulness, with frequent blushing, attended sometimes
With derangement of mind. were cored immediately.
A CERTAIN DISEASE !
- When the misguided and imprudent votary of plea
-elite finds hg has imbibed ti e seeds of this painful die
sgtase, it too viten happ-ns that an ill-timed sense -of
silianie, or slitsad of discovery, deters him front applying
ib tlfme vim from, education and respectability can
ellotte befriend him, delaying till the constitutional emp
tiness of this hurt id disease make their appearance. such
=shweetitted sur4.4 h mat, diseased nose. nocturnal psins
to the head and limbs. dimuesiof sight. deafness, nobs
sen the shin, home atid arias, bluteliespn the head, lieu
ethd extremities, progressing with frightful rapidity.
till at last the palate of the month or the bones of the
nose tall in AUli the victim of this awful disease becomes
&horrid object of commisseratiou, till d,ath put, a pe
rind to his dreadful sufferings, by sending hint-to ",that
ilaurne from whence no traveller returns." To such.
eherefore. Dr. Johnston pledges himself to preserve the
most Inviolable secrecy and from his extensive practice
is the first ilMpirals of Europe and America, lit: can
w„ydidently recommend a safe and speedy cure to the
auffurtunate victim of this horrid disea s e.
It is a melancholy fact that thousands fell victims tr
;this horrid disease, owing to time naskilfalluem of igrae
'rent pretenders who by use of that dea,fful poison. Mer
',Meg. rain the constitutiott,and either send the utrortu•
nate to an untimely giave, or make the residue of life
. TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE !
Dr .J, addresses those who have injured themselves by
private and improve,* indulgences. '
These are some of the sad and melancholy effects pro -
early habits of youth, viz:—Weakness of the
neat and Limbs, Pains in the /lead, Dimness of Sight,
' Loss of Msiscular Power. Palpitatiun of the Heart. Dye
pepsin, Netvous Irlitalriiitp, Denengemeitt of the Diges
tive runcticaas,General Debility; Symptoms of Cunsump
MENTALLT. the fearful effects on the mind are much to
leeireaded: loss of Memory, Confusion of Ideas, Depre.s.
Won of Spirits, Evil Forebodings. Aversion to Society.
Self-Dlstrurt, Love of Solitude, timidity, Lc., are some
ui the evil effects.
Thouiands of periods of alleges ran now judge what
ivlthe muse of their declining health. losing the r vigor.
becoming week, pale, have singular appearance about
the eyes, cough. and symptoms of Consumption.
Johnston's Invigorating Remedy for Or
By this groat and important remedy. Weakness
the Organs is speedily cured. and full vigor restored.
Thousands of the most nervous and deb titbit ed.who
ha lost all hope, have been immediately relieved.. All
Irnpedimentsto 'Marriage. Physical or Mental Disqn all-
Oration, Nervous Irritability. Tremelin g. Weakness or
Bibanstion of the most fearbil kind,speedily, cured by
Who have i n jured themselves by a certain practice, Ins
slialged in when - nlono—n habit frequently learned fr m
evil companions, or at school, the effects are nightly•
'felt, even when asleep, and if not cured. render 11111.•-
rißgn impossible, one destroys both mind and body,
stymie/ apply immediately.
_ What a pity that young man, the hope of his eosins
It t daring o f his parents. sinitibi be snatched from
411 prospects sod enjeyneente of life, by the consequent a
seff devistingfrom r. he path of nature, anti indulging in a
sktrtain secret habit. Snell persons, before coutemplat,
should reflect that a sound mind and body are the
most Ile emry - requisites to promote connubial happl
nose. Indeed. without-these, the journey through life
fiecomes a weary pilgrimage. the prospect hourly da ries
40s to the view; the mind becomes shadowed with de-
Onir, and filled with tLe melancholy reflection, that
e happiness of another becomes blighted with our
OFFICE No. 7, StIUTII FREDERICK ST.,
The many thousands cured at this Institution iin,ithe
It t fifteen years; and the numerous important surgical
anything performed by Dr . J., witnessed by th e re
ersof the papers. and many other persona. notices
'which Intro appeared again *Magnin before the pnb•
tie. is a sufficient guarantee to the afflicted .
. . .
B, There are to many iguorant an • worthless
Attacics advertising themse Ives,as Physicians. raining
-the health of tlip•Qyeady afflicted.' Dr. Johnston deems
it neeetsary to stflo those unacquainted with his rep
utation, that his Diplomas hangin hia office.
DB^ Tags Nortrs.---A II lettere milk be poet paid and
atntaln a posta,e s stop for the reply, cr an answer will
Veleta. Feb 25.'63-Iyr.
E & II: T. ANTHONY,
Mannfaciterera Photographic Materials
501 Broadway, New York. 't
Onr Cadaloeue nJw embraces considerably over- Pour
thousand flifferent subjects (to which additions are con
tinually be'ag made) u( Portraits of Eminent Americans
sttc., viz: •
72 31spr-Oenerals, • - 52 Statesmen,
110 IlrigadionGeneralef, 127 Divines, _
2P9 Colonels, - 110 Authors,
al Lieutenant-Colonels 30 Artiste, -
207 Other Officers, 112 Stage, .• •
GO 'N'acy Officers, ' 46 Prominent Women,
147 Prominent Foreign Portraits.
2,500 Copies ef Works 0" Art,
lacinding reproductions of the most celebrated Engrav-
Inge, Paintings, Statues, Catalogues sent on receipt
ff rtamp. An order for One Dozen Pictures from our
Catalogue will be Ailed on receipt of $l.BO, end sent by
Of thesis we manufacture a great vriety, ranging In
pricefrom 50 cents to $5O each.
uur Albums have the reputation of being superior in
bevy amtdurability to any otbfirs. s The - smaller kind
can be sent safely by mall at a postage of six cents per
The more expensive can be sentby express.'
We also keep a largo assortment of
ST.ERESEOPES AND STERESCOPIC, VIEWS.
Our aotalogne of these will be sent to any address on
• receipt of Stamp.,
B, k ,H. T. ANTONY,
Manufacturers fir Photographic liaterialti
501 Broadway, New York, '
Friend nr relatives'nf prominent military men, will
Setter a favor by• sending _us their likeness to copy.
They will be kept carefully and returned uninjured.
- Fine A1b1071,1 made to order for.Congregutione to pre.
-eentio their Pastor, - or for other purpoiee, with suitable
inscriptions ,@e. . fang 194 m.
laanto. 1, •
AGENT'S WANTED.---Liberal in
ducements to Cangasseis for the sale .if the
CELEBRATED COTTAGF. $l2 SEWING MACLIINE.
wish to engage an active Agent in every Comity in
the United States rirni Canada& to travel and introduce
my NEW CintAtk. FAMILY SEWING,
Thlslfachine possesses more than ordinary, merit to
patented with valuable Improvement s. and aclinow 'mit;
ed to he unsurpassed for general utility. A litnited
number of responsible Agents nre.waVed to solicit or
ders. to whom a,salary from
$5O 70 $l5O PER moshr AND EXPENSES ,
will be paid. For condi lions and full particulars address
with stamp for returnrsiage
An_Av.:Want Miller, who is weyl qnnlitit4 for
the pOsition, and of good diameter. No others need pri
' A. BOSS RAY &' BRO.— •
sept 23- 1 / 4 t* Arlington Mills. Georgetown. p. C.
ANTED—An Apprentice to learn
the TINNING Isuoineßs. inquire at the RE
POSITOP.Y ()Mee,. Rep 9-tf
Sotimarbing Aouoro. .
UNDERLICII & READ,
Ibrwar ling and Cbmin Wien Jkrchatax.
Nort Second Street, opposite the Cumberland Valley
Railroad Depot ,CLIA:IIBERSBURO. Pit.
Care tun regularly to and front Philada.'..t Baltimore.
AG EN C.S.—PLANCK. ZELL & Utnenustc, No. SOS Mar
ket street. Philadelphia.
P. S.—Ly kens Valley, Broken Egg and Nnt COAL (di
reet front the harms). II ilkerbarre sod.- Pine Drove
FOUNDRY, COAL. LUMBER and SUINt-MES, SALT,
PLAaThR ad HANCOCK CEMENT. kept constantly
on h an d. I,ofilt. GRAIN and PRODUCE, of all kinds,
purchased t the highest cash prices. °_
sep 9,113 ITUNDERLICIf A NEAD.
CUMBERL'D . VALLEY `WAIRE
• HOWE. The Forwarding businqa will heicititrr
be conducted by C. V. EYSTER d: CO:, at the Ware
holm of the C. V. ltailroad, where they hope - to receive
a UINTA] pat-Madge, .
- - -
.1.11 , ,P0TF,—,8,141,y 1. Co.. 365, Market St s PhiltidOlphla,
and John Bingham, 151 Iloward
Jmin 17. 'fp. C. W. EYSTlift 1 . 'CO.
THOUAd L. GILL!SPIE, JACOD zittxa.
G • ILLISPIE-& ZELLER, Product)
AND COMMISSION NIZRCHANTiL anti Wholesale Gra.
nets. North West Corner of sixth and Market Streets,
Philadelphia • ". [June 17,'63.,,
IStiok4 anti ationerg
?ciEW STORE t o - WA. TSON & SON
have opened at their Store Room, ou the North
w -st Corner of the Diamond, opposite Franklin, Ball,
Chanthersburg, Pa., an entirely new stock of toads,
consisting of 11./11ASUf aint..st every description; Sta
tionery of all kinds, Envelopes. Steel Pens. Ink. ke.
Also a largl3 assortment of WALL PAPER, WINDOW
BLINDS. various prices, and a great varietyotN'OTlONS
AND FANCY ARTICLES, Picturee, Fans, Yeses, Ladies,
Alta Misses Baskets, kc. Fancy Soap and Perfumery.
Also a:good Assortment of Worsted, .Shetland Wool. &c.
and a great variety of goods too numerous to insert to
which they invite the attention of the - Public. and re
tipefctfully Solicit a share of the p oblic patronage.
Plitt •e call and examine our stock.
June 17, '63. • WATSON k SON.
JAS. B. SMITH & CO.,
BOOKSELLERS AND PUBLISHERS,
Manufacturers of Blank and Memorandum Books, Photo
graph Albums, Manifold Writers Marble Paper, Ac.,
27 South Seventh Street. above Writers,
Blank work of every descriptidu, for County Officers,
lintels. Counting lionsew, and Public Offices dune to or
der. Orders left with tt. S. SnayocK Clumberbburg, Pa.
promptly attended tu. sept 30'03.17
,*tragrZr attV IZteleit.
r . t b " n HEAD OF SIIEEP Lgsfy.—
t ,, k , Strayed from the residence of the subscriber.
hung near NewOuilforil, from 40 to 50 head of Sheep.
markedxith the letter N with tar on their side. Any
persons having strayed sheep, with the abovis mark, on
their premises, will please give information by address
hug N. W. SULLENBERGER,
augl2,tt blow Gnilibril P. 0., Franklin co.. Pa:
HtsC);" -.lftt WARD.—Stolen from the
hit" pastuie field of the-subscriber, - on Friday
mght the ith inst.. 4 miles east of ChanibersLurg on the
Gettysburg - Pike, a large Black Ilase,B years old; swe
neyed hi the left shoulder, but does not go lame ; -walks
well in harness or under the Saddle. The alMve reward
will be }mid for any information leading, to tlp recovery
of the horse by , • ANDREW J. LOUIDAII.M.
yRANKLIN_ HALL RESTATTR
AN T.—MA ItTIN BitOWN, Proprietor. This well
nowt' Eating Salmi' is fitted up in elegant style. end
the tintiorsioedi: prepared to serve up FRESH. OYS
TERS. FISH. I' HOGS. TRIPE. CHICKENS, TUEXLE
and CLAM SOUP. and Game of all kinds.
WASHABAUGLVSANIk LULWI,PI3 ALE,
constantly on hautL
resp.ctfully Luiks a cuntinturnce of the patronage
so liberally beetowed by his friends and the public.
June 17, . MARTIN *MOWN.
NIVEIiSAL CLOTII IV
'No. 1. Lagoa FAIIILT Iflusaza. $lO 00
No. 2. 516 Mum do" do 7 00
No. 2%. do do do „ - r . 600
NO. 3. dXALL du do ' 550
No. 8. LAM: ITWITI: do . ' ' 14 00
No. 18. MEDIUM Luttramgr dd jto run steam tlB 00
No. 22. LA hOE do do 1 dr hand..
.1 30 00
Noe. 21.6 and 3 have nu Cog& All other: aro warrabted.
.Nair' is the size generally need in private fimillea. .
°BANOS JUDy, of the American Agriculturist, soya of
UNIVERSAL CLOTHES WItINGER
"A child cart' readily wring out a tubfbll oft clothes in
a few tninoteil. It lain reality a CLOTHE'S SAVER! A
TIME SAVER! and a STRENGTH SAVERS The say
mg of garments will alone pay a large per centage on its
cost. We think the machine much more than PAYS
FOR ITSELF EVERY YEAR in the saving ofgat•ments!
There areseveral kinds, nearly alike in general construc
tion, but wo consider it important that the Wringer he
fitted with Cogs, otherwise a MASS of garments may clot
the rollers, and the rollers upon the crank-shaftalip and
tear the clothes,or the rubber break loose from the'
shaft. Our own is ono of the first make, 'and it is as
000 D AS NEW after nearly FOUR YEARS' CON
Leery w r i nger w ith Cog Wheels is Warrantedlin erery
No TVringer eati be durable .taithou't'•Cog-
,Wheels. . ,
I. good CAN P! S••ER wanted in avert'' town.
Zrer. On the receipt of the price front places where no
one is sel'ine. • e will send the Wringer nom OF sassitsr.
For particulars and circulars address i
, B. C, _BROWNING,
sug 26 7 0 m - i 147 Broadway, NOW York.
REMOVAL.—From 433 Market St.
to the large Iron Building 513 Market and 510
More Goods than any House in the United Maim
A. H. FRANCISCUS,`
513 MARKET k 510 COMMERCE 8113 - . - ; -
Keeps the Largest Stock In the United Stites of
Buckets, Brooms. Tubs, Churns, .
Baskets, Brushes., Mats, Measures,
Clocks. Looking4lasses, Oil Cloths and
• CArpi•ts. Window Shades and Paper,
ihru Cases, Japan K ars...cd Wbltm.
Also. Lott Len litittiTigriVhdding,
• Twines, Wkliing. Ropes in Coils
and Dozens, Cotton Yarns,
Cotton and Linen Carpet.chain.
Our Prices will average Lower than any other House
in thlsclty. Call and see for yourselves. 1 ;
For further particulars apply to 8. 8. SIIRYOCK,
Chambersburg% ' [Kept. 23
WHOLESALE GROCER AND
PO . DVCE COM-MISSION MERCHANT,
No. 703 MARKET .4 No. 2 NORTH 7th ST, PUILADA.
Invites the attention of merchants to his large and well
assorted stock of Sugars. Syrups,Tens, and Coffees all-of
which will -be sold at lowest market rates, Country
buyers and sellers %vilified It to their advantage to give
him a call:
Price cnrrenti containinz all the varieties of the mar
ket to be had of 8.8. SIIRYOCK, Chamborsbtarg.
Pet t. :13
IMPLEMENTS.—DeaIers and Mart.
vi lac ttt ere of Agricilltural And other Implements
can reach a large ChM of valuable customer by &WIMP.
21165 , 5 lit the PkANKLIN• REPOSITORY.
KENNEDY -1: NLLIL—Laib Part
nership—The undersigned have aaaociated them
selves in the practice Of the Law in the several courts of
Franklin enunty,2 Olßt eon Market Street, in the room
heretofore occupied by T. B. Kennedy. -
T. B. KIINNEDY.
une '63. T. J. NILL.
A TTORNEY AT LAW.-TV/L
-. SOY REILLY, Attartiry at Law —Office on 31ar
ket at.. formerly occupied by lteilly 61.1 rp, directly
opp ti Ite the Caurt name, Chatntierabuirg. Pa. All legal
business nnt cuated to him will receive prompt attention.
He will practice in adjoining Coitutien. - June 17,'63.
L. M UAOII,
Box 2788, litrstnn :dam
STUMBAUGH & STEWART, At
tornlys at Low. Chambereburg. Pa.. give their undi
vided attention to the Practice of their Profemion.
John Stewart agent for procuring Bounty Money,
Pensions arid arrearagia of Pay.
ifia- Office in the Town Hail. June 17,'63.
& W. S. STENGER . Attor-
G. nests at - Law, Chatriberehnrg. Pn. Collection*
promptly, attedded to. W. S. Stenger, Dletria' A ttur
itey and agent far procuring ren.lona. fluniity - Money
end Arrilara of Pay. Men in Franklin Building. 3d
door from the corner. June 17.'6'i.
S. EVERETT, Attorney at Law.
Office in Mrs. Bard's dwelling, directly upPo
site tics Umrt house, Cimmbersburg, Pa. Will practice
In thbsoveral r;ourts of Franklin and Fulron Counties.
All legal business eulnisted to his care will receive
prompt attention. June 1,7, 18n.
JIIPDOWELL SHARPE, Attorney
•at Law. Chambendnirg. Pa. Office in Mrs. Banns
Bulldinak, directly oppottite the Court House. •
aO. SEILHAMER, Attorney at
• tow, Chombetaburg, Pa. Office—Main Street,
above Queen, In the room formerly occupied by S. ReWi
er. Paul. [ JUnen. 18133.-
fjEORGE EYSTER & E. J. BONE-
Nut BRAKE, Attorays int Law, have removed to the.
room on Mein Street , one door South of Eyster's Store.
, Juno !T. 113.
jj,S. CLANK, Attorney at Law, has
s-removed•his'Office n few doors Ettit of hisliirmer
oration: bn Marke street: (ikonth-side ) June 17.'6.",.
CALVIN 21. DUNCAX,,Attorney at
NO Laic , . Office on Market:Street. in Lawyer's Row,
opposit the Court June 17,'65.
TL. FLETCUER,.Attorney at Law,
• Chainberstrurg,'Pa. Mee ou East Marketstreet,
nearlyouramite the Court !Muse. June 17. '63.
ALKX. K. M i CLURE. Attorney at
Law, Chamberenarg, Pa. Office in Franklin:
sitriry 'Juno 17.'61..
Ty 'WATSON .ROWE, Attorney' at
".,Lalv, Greencastle, Pa. [up 00,163.
pR!. WM. B. KURD'S DENTAL
REMEDIES ARE THE BEST IN THE WORLD.
tusurini Fine , Teeth and Sweet Breath, and curing
Toothache and Neuralgia.
Do you with to Ms blessed with nntl ait:ilired t , r Pearly
White and Sound be,
I Use , Dr. WM. B. HURD'S
UNRIVALLED TOOTII POWDER, warrantoi free from
acid. alkali,or any injurious substance. Price,2s cents
per box \
- /Er Beware of the ordinary cheap Tboth. Powders,
which Whiten but destroy.,
i Do you wish to be certain that your Breath is pure.
Sweet and agreeable to husband or wife, lover-and friend ?
Use 'Dr: HURD'S CELEBRATED MOUTH WASH
Price, 37. cents per bottle.
The witringent wash is also the beet remedy In the
world for Canker, Bad Breath.' Bleeding Gums, Sete
Mouth, etc. It has cured hundreds.
Do ycin wish, your children suffer from Toothache?
pet Dr.llllltD S MAGIO TOOTHACHE DROPS. Price,
12 cent per bottle.
Are you afflicted with Neuralgia? Get Dr. WM B.
HURD'S NEURALGIA. PLASTERS. The most effective
and delightful remedy known for Pains In the Face,
phte, Shoulders. Neck, or any part of the body. -
They do not adhere nor blister. but soothe and charm
paid away. Try them. Price, I 3 and 37 cents. Mailed
on receipt of price.
A Treatise on the best method of Preserving the
Teeth mailed, on receipt of the price-10 cents. It is a
Valuabli, little work, and should be in the possession of
For sale at MI the best stores throughout the country.
esurtox.—As there are dealers Nrhe take advantage of
our acNertisernents to Impose upon their customers in
ferior p'reparntions, it is necessary to insist upon baying
what you call far, and you will GET TOE BEST, thoroughly
tested, and Prepared by an experienced and scientific
Dentist, Treasurer of the Is;ew York State Dentists' As
sociatidn. and Vice President of the New York 3iti Den
tal Society. Address B .11URD & CO..
June 11, „Tribune Buildings. New Yotk.
FYEETII 'INSERTED ON AMBER
BASE.—DR. N. sCHIOSSER. 011ie still at his real.
ante 'on- EAST MARKET STREET. near the Franklin
Railroad. Dsntistry in all its blanches attended to with
lull the modern improvements, llnving, puhliahtxt to
(this coinmuuity for more than two yenta, that teeth on
,Amber is in every way CHEAPER AND RETTER than
teeth on any, other material.l a euld say that I still see
no reason to change my opinion. for tflere are many per-
sons in Chambersbnrg end vicinity for whom I have
inserttidteeth on ASIBEh who can testify to their supe.
N. }I, All work warranted to give entistactinp.or no
charge. Teeth extracted without pan' with perfect
xafety ;without taking Chloroform. For further infor
mation call at the Office. [June 17, ;SG&
R. V. W. SCHLOSSER, Surgeon
IDenfist.—Thenndersigned hes removed Ilia Office
from the Mansimi House to the residence of llr John
Noel, Nerthwegt corner of the Diamond. and Mimed!.
ately Opposite the Franklin Hotel. (Mice on the se
cond floor—entrance through the passage, to the right
in you ascend the stairs.
June 17. 1863. W. W. SCHLOSSER.
EMOYAL.—Dr. - J. 'K. REID , Den
cl,2, has removed his office ;rem the corner or the
oh is Square. where he practised cu many years, to the
corned of Main and Queen Streets, shore Wm. Heyser's
Drug Store.Chambersburg. Pa.. whore he will be pleased
to receive the calls of his friends. , [Junel7,
DR. A.R. SHAW i•et urns his thanks
to the citizens of Franklin county, for the lib
era! encouragement bestowed him the last three
yearn.l and invitee thOse Who have not made trio! of
Ilt)Mt - t:OPATIIY to do so. consultalinns free. All cu
rable ;cases eau rely-on aln ire speedy cure than under
any othbrsystem. Dr. S. has removed to North Stain
xtre,t.h short distance below the point.o here he can be
found O cady to attend to utile. either in town or country,
when hot absent on professional business.- -
DR. W. D. lIROWN-. I PROP. P. WALK.
BROWN & WALK. Electrical Phy-
Isicians. Office In-Franklin Building, Wr.sr Man-
SET STREET, Chambersburg, Pit. .
"The: above treats all Chronic Dineßßes by moans o.
GALVANISM and the different modifications of .ELEC
.TRICITY,ns discovered and taught by Prof. Bolles. •
Jude 10. iiii-tf
1111. .1 - 011 N MONTGOMERY - will
attend promptly to all calls in hie line. Mice .n
. ain 'street. next door to the Eagle Hotel. and nearly
oppnita the reatdenee of the lion. George Chatnbers.
, Chimbersburg. June 17. 1803.
pl . ?. J. C. RICHARDS will attend
,promptly to ell Milo in hie line. Office on Main
treat, next door to Spangler's Deng Store.
..Iffi - Olmex nom—From 7 to 9, .4.31.; 12 to 2 and 6
P. M June 17, 1803.
A RTHUR H. BANDQLS,
MANUFACTURER OF ROSEWOOD AND
LOOKING GLASS AND PICTURE FRAMES,
a every description,
N.W.POIMET. 07 THIIO AND CALLOW.= STS., Pm LADELPIIIA.
Orders to the largest extent promptly executed:
Orders filled by 8. 8. SIIRYOCK, Cliambersburg, Pa.
XOTICE OF PARTNERsinp,.....
Notice la herebygiven that the undersigned hays
this day entered into partnership, In the Con-It-Making
business, in all its various branches, under the name of
Peiffer & Foltz. The said firm will do business at the
stand lately occupied by P. Henry Peiffer 4; Co., and
would respectfully solicit a continuance of the public
patronage. P. 'HENRY PEIFFAIL
N0v.8,1801, c. C. FOLTZ.
POOK BINDERY.-M 'KEEFER &
CO. have romoved their BOOK BINDERY to the
'bird story of the MAN 'ION ROUSE, on th 6 Diamond,
above Shryock's Book Store. Entrance between the
Bookifitore and Dr. Barely'', office. Old Books, ',orlon
cals. Music, Newspapers, &e,, boned in any style. Blank
Books made to order. Paper ruled to any pattern.
;rattan tri at ILaku:
Q S. SIIRYOCK
kis , BOOKSELLER Ss STATIONM
Now odenpies his NEW STORE ROOM, and is prepared
to transact business with greater facilities than
School - Books, Miscellaneous Book 4„ Toy Bookß.
Law Books, Medical BOoks, Sunday Sohonl Books,
Military Books. '
BIBLES. - •
A large assortment of pocket and Family Bibles,
SOft?l STEW ART
Of all sizes, qualities and styles of binding
A great variety . of all kinds of Writing and Print
ing Papers, of French, English and American man
ufa.cture. Also, EnvelO nes of all sizesand qualities
Ink, Pens, Pencils. India Rubber. Tanclis. Seals
Quills, Copy Book s, Blotting B oaid, Knives, Erasers
Writing Sand, &0., &c.
The very best GOLD Pr.ne in tbe market, fully
warren ted, made by Leroy W. Fairrhild, of N. Y.
A full variety of patterns and qualities. ;
Nearly Two Ilincrin Pm different patterns. together
with suitable Berderings, Plain, Vilvet and Velvet
Oval and Square FratnesTor Photographs. Frames
made to order. ,
For Picture Frames, of any size.
CHEAP NOVELS -
Much lower than publishers' prices, ainc;ng
The White Cruiser,
The Banger. _ - •
The Midnight Queen, .
English Tom, '
• Josep - ino, • •
Maid of the Saranac.
Don Bernardo's Daughter,
• - Divid Dntfickrt.
Sktitehes in France, - . • ,
- • Sentt's Novels,
• Dickens' Novels,
Mrs. Gray's Novels, '
Bulwer's Novels, , •
Arthur's Novels, •
Rifle Shots, .
Trial and Triumph,
Prince and Pedler,
' Bast Lynne,
Legends and Stories
„, Belle of the Bowery, '
• Sybil Campbell.
' Grace Weldoli,
• The &Infra.
Chips from Uncle Sam's Jack-knife,
The Everlasting Fortune Teller,
The Maneuvering Mother,
Marguerite de Valois,
Foggy Night at Orford,
The quiet Husband..
'Two Prima Donnas, = -
The Debtor's DaUghter.
• The Banker's Wife,
HighWayman!s Ride, •
- The Scarlet Flower;
The Wife's Trials,
- The Expectant,
• Les Miaerablcs,
English, French; German and American Engra
Fancy. Traveling, Book. 'Picnic, Fruit, Knife and
Clothes Baskets. • •
'• ZEPILYR 'WORSTEDS.-
Single end Double : Zephyr, Tapestry- and Split
Zephyr,_ Shetland Wool,
The Philadelphia and New York Dailies received
daily. Clubs or, individuals supplied.
N. Y. Mercury..
N. Y. Weekly.
New York Ledger, etc.,,
PkRI-ODIC 4 A
Harper's Monthly, •
All the Year Honed,
Cornhill, ate., etc.,
received as BOOT) as published.
All the Dime Publications, Weekly Nouv ellett es,
Song Books, etc:. received daily:
We take orders for all kinds of gOods. ,
We receive goods by Express EvEny DA if froni the
Writing and Printing Cards,-
Fancy Boxes, •
Combs and Brushes,
an d all standard goods in our line constantly on
hands ? .
Sheet Music, for Piano, Guitar, Violin, Flute, etc.
We purchase Pianos on commission, so as to save
our customers from Fifty to One Hundred and Fifty
We can supply, any kind of diusioalllnstruments
at prices far, lower than usual.
We can sell Photograph Albums • at lower prices
than they can be Procurhd for in the cities.
We haVe no hesitation in saying to our eustoniers
that from our long experience, our manner of do
ing business, and our great facilities; we do not fear
Conipetition. and have no doubt of our being able
to give entire satisfaction.
Come and see our New Store, our. new inui en
larged stock, and form your own opinions. -
Chambeisburg, June 17,1863.
are the following
ilienoten 13ountp agencies.
Olar P 03r EROY, - -
el • -
AR '!Y AND NAVY A G.FINC.I;
204 SOUTH FOURTWSTREET,.
The undersigned, having resigned his positi n as Pay
master in theM. sl,Army, haw opened at No ' SO GUI
FOURTH, STREET, au AGHNCY FOR PR 'IIRING
PRIV REINS, and for the collection of Onuses', Sotramts',
cud all other CLAIMS againstatM Government.
My long experience as Paymaster, bus gir o me unn
anal facilities fur becoming 'thoroughly acquainted with
this business in all its details. On the receipt. by mail.
eta statement of the woe of claimants, 1-will forwiusi
,the necessary papers for their signature. Per . sonal at
cntion will be given to the cases at Washlngt.u. -
No charge unless successful, when $5 will be charged
ihrcollect it g all stints under $5O, and $lO on all sums over
hat amount and, under $2OO. Larger clalnts taken on
pedal arrangement. Fees in Pension Cases iar tiled -by
INFODMATIOR ' 'FOB AND INsTrtvcTloNs TO
I - Ali Soldiers of the present War t who have served tar.:
.ears, and tloldiers discharged fur wounds received
Mettle, without reference to time of service, are entitled'
,eilldoti their regular pay, to $lOO Bounty.
' In case Soldiers or Seamen are discharged,for disability
r wounds received Wain in'tbe senior., they are entitles,
to a Pension according to the disability.
Incase of the death of the Soldier before discharge
through disease contracted, or wounds received while in
service, his, widow is entitled to receive the $lOO Bounty
btpidesurrearagen of Jaty and pension -during, her Wallin
If the Soldier die after discharge:from disease con
trotted or wounds received while in service, his widow it
entitled to a pension of $9B per annum.
If no widow or minor children, the mother of the Sol
dier or Seaman will receive the - Pension, If dependant on
him wholly. or in part for support.
If deceased Soldier or 'Seaman leaves no widow, his
children are entitled to the sameleneilts as the widow,
except when the children maybi r iover the age of 18 years.
If no widow, or minor children,: the bounty and pay
will descend to the heirs as follows:
Sind to the Stitherotecond to the Mother, third to the
Brothers and Slaters,. and then to the nextof kin.
- Discharged &idlers, whose clothing account was Un
settled at the time of discharge, can recover any balance
due them, If the Company, books are not destroyed. To
draw this balance,-write to your Captain for a - d.mt...rip-
Dye list, allowing Clothing accotet, and fort to me
with your preliminary statement, giving :deo e date of
Soldiers, who served with the nine months volunteers,
ran recover $27 bounty and premium, without regard to
time of service, if they have not already received it.
"Soldiers who were prisoners in the South, and Soldiers
who were absent on sick - furlough, are entitled to com
enttation of rations.
- In communicating with this office, state the nature . of
yonr claim fully, and give the Company and Hog moot to
which you or the Soldier for whom you claim belonged,
as well as your preterit Post Office adiaess.
R. F.F E lt, E , NC E S.
llls Excellency ANDREW G. Currni, governor of Penn=
I lox. armou CAMERON, Harrisburg, Pa.
I lON. JOSEPH CASEY, Chief Justice of the Court of Claims;
lion. IL Bitoonn, Chief Clerk of Pay Department,
Hos. EDWARD McPtntsort, M. C.. Washington.
DON. JAS. P. Smarr, President Judge, District Court,
Bon. A. K. McCtuar.Chambersburg,
110N.TROMA8 A. Boni, Vie* President Penn'a Rail Road.
WILLIAM B.THOllee, Collector of the Port, Philad'a.
lion. C. A.Watuoun ; Post Maeter, Philadelphia.
DRE.ViL & Co., Bank"re, Philadelphia.
./ AMES DDNI.AP. President - of. Union Bank,- Philadelphia
Buturr .4.FAIRTHORNE. Attorniee,
IDEGEL, WRIST it Euvi, MeralaDtS, 44
Lumina, KNEEDLEE & CO. Merchants,
PRITCHETT, BAUGH & CO., .1
DAVID Patter & Co., Merchaute,
4.X11S S. JA. .WE -dr. Co.. Merchants,
Ca.katus E. Moaaan & Co., Merchants, •
Atwoon,Wartr. & Co.,Merchante, <A
JOHN Mr PIIMROL
June 17, '63-tf. No. 204 South Fourth Street.
PENSION, BOUNTY AND WAR
CLAIM AGENCY.—Pensions procured for soldiers
of the present war who are disabled by feason of wounds
leceivett or disease contracted, while in the service of the
United States; and Pensions, $lOO Bounty, and Arrears
of Pay obtained for widows- or heirs of those who have
died or been killed while in service.
JOHN R. ORR. Claim Agent,
Feb. 25, '63-Iy. Chambereburg, Pa.
TO THE PUBLIC GENERALLY..
fti undersigned takes this method to inform the public
that he has taken 'the FOUNDRY so long carried on by
Win. Seibert, with all the PATTERNS connected .there
with, where he purposes continuing the business, and is
now prepared to make
ALL KINDS . oF CASTINGS
that may be wanted, by the cceranunity. Particular at
,tentiun will tae paid to making and keeping on hind ev
ery description of PLOWS, CASTINGS, WAGON LOX-
All kinds of Ca tinge made to order.
New Plows, of diffrrent patterns, always on band or
made to order.
OLD 'METAL taken In 'trade, for which the highest
price will be given:
By devoting himself attentively to .business he hopes
to merit and receive a share of public patronage.
June 17,433. ABRAIIAM METZ.
NEW MARBLE YARD.—The
undersigned respectfully announces to the citizens
L.t Franklin county that he has opened a New Marble
Yard in the,room formerly occupied by Dr. Hamilton,
i directly opposite J. S. Nixon's Drug Store, Main Street,
in the Boren& of Chamhersburg, where he will keep on
hand or make to order all articles in his line of business,
such pa MONUMENTS. TOMBS and HEAD STONES,
MANTLES. TABLE & STAND TOPS. &c., manufactured
: from the very best Foreign and Domestic Marble.
He respectfully solicits a call from those who miy be in
want of any article in the above line. He is confident in
his ability to satisfy all who may be pleased . to patrunize
him, either as regards his prices, or the quality, beauty,
end chasteness of his work.
July 8, '63. JOHN A. GROVE.
undersigned etill carry on their BltiaJM MANY.
ALTORY, at their old stand, on Bast Market Street,
Chatubersburg. They would inform the public that they
havelirovided themselves with a Machine to take oft
Broom Seed, which they will do for such as do not want
pi du it themselves, and make their Brooms choap fur
cash, ur on the shares.,
They will ateo pay OAK' FOR BROOM CORN if well
put up. teept 18-3ntj D. &, S. J. LITTLE.
~ FrIEE REBEL RAID ON -LAW
QL - XNTRELL REPULSED BY LIL-
TUE GUERILLAS ATTEM PT TO BREAK' OPEN TILE
TUE BUFFALO FIRE
The following correspondence exidains itself: •
Lioutriez, Kansas. Sept. 10.18664
' GEN/mum: We own the only Lillie Sure in tuwe,
Quantrell's &minim tried to open it Anguet 21st but
could nut. iteery other safe was broken open. The
rebels tried force bat their hatatners and bars had nu
elect on ours.
We think we can dispose of- several of these safes, as
the business community are now anxious for security. -
We would like to obtain tie agency for this vicinity.
Will you please-let us know your terms?
Yours truly, SIMPSON BROS.
LIMB LIT T tr j , kroy N.Y.
t Surtax°, Sept. 10th,1.803. •
t - Lzwis Immix, Esq., Troy,N. Y.—Dear Sir: 1 au ppoge
you have seen the account in the papeta of the c.oulla
t xration we had here yesterday morning about one o'clock.
r office was located in about the centre of one of thu
burnt buildings, and all we bad in the office loose w o rn ,
burnt up. Our Books, papers and currency - were in the
safe and came out all right. The safe was exposed to A
terrible heat for about eight bows. The fire took-in the
lower part of the building in a grocery store.
Yours truly,, R. T. ROE.
GEO. W." PARSONS,
110 Market Street, Harrisburg, Penn'a.,
Dealer in Agricultural Imp ? lements, Soede, Ac., and
agent for ULLIE ' S SAFES and ROWE'S SCALF,-k•
the only scales in which the knife edges are fully pro:
tected from all wear.
Business men requiring either safiur or scales wind°
well to become acquainted with the above kinds before
purchasing. - Circulars sent free. Sept 811.3 t
2upticro of the 'Peace.
JUSTICE OF THE -PEA E.-H.
B. DAVISON. Juetiee of the Pettes—cinae i mme di ate .
ty opposite the "Indian Queen Dotal." All Mildness en
trnsted to his care shall receive prompt attention. In
ate untentt of Wriiing, et all kinds, drawn up in a satis
factory manner. June '
,11AlittaA.N, Justice of the Peace,
Clitunbereburg, Pa. - Office on East 3facket street
opposite the Court House, In the otike formerly occupied
by A. K. McClure. Prompt attention ci , en to. every.
thing In the line of a Magistrate and Scrivener.
Ent 9, ,6341.1111-
CAPITAL :NEW 800K5,4 -
! JIM PUBLISIDW TIT
- JOH,N 1112.3.1)BVRI, ' '-
. (Successor to 31. T o. IRVIADY), '
40- Wanurr Street, • - •
. RIM YORK CITY.' - - i''. ' "I'•
'Mkt' S PRO3IIII E !BARI OP A'S:
EttS, by Doctor 'rhos" T. ELLIS., Lite Post - urgeolkpat
New York, and Acting Medical Director at White frow!,
Y. C10th...350 pines. IZtio. Price sl.' A Libretti
Discount to the trade. Est It copy contains au onto
graph lel ter from Bonet - al McClellan. - -
DR. CUMMING'S Is I.PLY Itt BISHOP commo..--
Bishop thl.a4o fully Answered: His Errors relntid
audtheMotale authorship to the Pentateuch clearly ee. -
tablished, by the t ov. Sohn Cua nide& D. D., in a series
of Lectures. Cloth. 2; I pp. 12mo. Priced. -
THE AqIIESS IN Illtltl LIPS., An EP4ode IVin--
ter Quarters, by n laxly of South Carolina. Cloth. 491
pages. Ilion. $1.25, , -
ADVENTURES. BY SEA AND LAND OF VIE COUNT
DE GANAY ; Or. the Deralmn and. Ficituig af Woman.
Epie.deAn of the Colonization of Canada. By It.
Kral e Chevalier. Cloth 'Bl2 pp. 12mo. V. •
LES HISEBABLES, by Victor Bag% Five Vole. lu
Fantme, Marius, St. 'Denis, Cosetto, • Viiljeau.
'loth. 478 pp. Byo.
BASSOS' ICELAND:—The Demon of the North'. A
Romance by Victor fluor. Cloth.. 187 pp. &so. -6flo .
ARBITRARY A LIR.ESTS IN TIE
In the Experience of ure it buns. Chiwiitt, by B. S.
Charin, A. M. Nat ive of aitarleston;• for thirty year? , •
, esident of the Cotton totes •, and commonly known
he West " the' AlabAina Itetbgee." Cloth. ;no pp.
LIVES ANDLETTERSOF A BELKRD AND ITELOISE
by O. W. Wright. Cloth alit pp. 12mo.- '
TILREE'Y.EARS IN CHILL Cloth.lsS pp. 12tuo.
75c. " • '
WOODS AND WATERS :—The &manors and Racbt.
Ey Altered B. -treet. (bah. 4(1 jmges. 12mo. 81.25
STORIES OP FRONTIER - ADVENTURE IN THE
SOUTH AND WEST. by W ta. T. Coggeshall, Author
Home Hits and Hints." !, Poets and Poetry of the
W e lt," &c. cloth. 3 3 pp. 12mo: - SI.
THE BATTLE OP• NA" ATEMAIO. By Victor lingo.
Paper Covers. 73 paites, Irmo. 15c.
TRIPS IN THE LIVE OP A LOCOMOTIVE ENOD.I.
EER. Paper Covers. 224 1 p i2mo. 30c.. Cloth, St.
OURFARM OP YOU It ACRES, and Me ...Roney um
made by it. From ths 12th London Ed. by .Harriet Mar
uncurl. Paper Coven , . ILS pp. llmo. 23c. Cloth..
These books may be bought at retail tiara the titers of
S S. 81:1RYOCK: Duly 22-2 m.
, 110 W LOST! 110 W RESTORED I
Just Published in 14 ,, ,,r! pd Enrelnpe. Price Six Cents.
A Lecture on the 'Nature, Treatment said Radical
Cure of Spermstrirriars or !seminal 'Yintlitnees, Sexual
;Debility, Nervousness. and involuntary Emissions. its
Impotency. 0. asurnptif,tf. and Mental andPhyt,
lad Debility, byy itncrnrJ. CE tvaxwatt,3l.D.
The important fact that the swini consequence of flel
Abuse may he effectually - )emovell without internal
medicines or thtudnuaerous application of caustics, in
struments, medientee tmogirs.and other empirical de
vices, is here clearly demmsdrtted, and the entirely new
1 ' and highly succiessfolti moment as adopted by the tele-
Mated authorjully ex.) lained,,by means of which every
one is enabled c tp,iare himi, if perfectly, and at theleast
possible cost, thereby avoiding all the advertised nos
trums of the day. This Iseult] swill prove a boon to
Sent under seal, teeny address:lp a plain. Pealed enve
lope, on the receipt of six rentv or two postage stamps,
by addressing, MIAS, J C. KLINE a co,:
127 Howeryi Hew Yotk, Poet Office 110x,4559.'?
64 1 THE PRINTER'S DEVIL."-
.1_ This handSoine illostritted Jiterary and micel
!Ancona Fondly Paper. will Joi sent on trial Six Months
for twenty-five cents.
air Don't fail to 'wises Sir it. nes this chance may never
occur again. • Address PRLNETY.R'S DKVIL,
. oct 7-2t* - 113 Fulton Street. NI w York..
(Please state in whit paper you saw this sdrettior
raent.) . •
gytobeo anb einWare
1 t - 11.1 E "-D C
UTII. - SETTLEMEIN:IT
LDOWN 'TOWN !--.L.rtria it:, nit, Gbppee dad ktei,e
' aishtientll—The undersigned respetnfally in
tbrnin his friends and the public generally that he has
removed hie establishment 1. une the "Dutch Dettlemenr
up town, to the spacious Room formerly occupied by
Dinnich t Brand, and nearly opposite White's Cloth-
Mg' Store. -
; He has Joel received a large assortment of COOK,
'COAL, PARLOR and NINE PLATE STOVES of the
Moat approved and latest patterns, which . Le can `and is
del rmlned to sell as cheap. it not a littlicheaper, Omit
' can be had elsewhere in the country,
He has also, and intends keeping constantly onhand.
a large aasurtment di Tin, Copper and Sheet-Iron Ware
made of the best material and by good work Men.
.i 94-• Persons in want of anything in the ii/ove lino
are requested to give him a call before purchasing else
here as he feels convinced that lie can snit them either
as regards the article or the price.
SPOUTING made and put up at the shortest notice.
All kinds of repairing dune neatly and expeditiously:
Old Pewter, Brass and Copper taken iu exchange for
Ware, or the highest price given in cash.
June 17,1863. JACOB B.MILLERei
111TOUSE KEEPERS, READ !—Gat
lagher's Sunrise Air-Tight I—A New Flat 'lifer
I CUR" LNG STOVE.' The plates are very heavy, and the
whole btove is finished in a superior manner. I warrant
I this Stove tube superior to any Flat-Top Stove now in
the market, and respectfully invite my Mende end the
public to call and examine this Stove, of which there
are several sizes,.
I hate eh* a great 'variety of othbr coosme
STOVES of every style; PARLOR; STOVES, new and
beautiful patterns, together with. a heavy stock of
hTOVES for Churches, Stores, Offices, Hotels, &c.
JOHN 8. LUDWIG,
Wholesale and Retell Dealer in
STOVES, TIN AND COPPER WARE.
N. B.—l haveheen appointed Sole Agent for. Galla
gher's Celebrated SuuriseAlr-Tight Cook Stoveirt Chant
berthing. Pa. June 17, 1863.
A 'T'ETTER, EAMILTON
Great Stove and Tin Ware Store,"corner of the
. 6 0iatuural, can be seen the largest,betst, and cheapest
(stock 'of Ooods in Chamberebnrg. They have COOK
ING STOVES for Wood and Coal, of lotestpatterns and
all sizes. at fair prices.
QPOUTING DONE AT_ SHORT
NOTICE, offing rate material and cheap.
All work-warranted, and cheaper than can•bo bought
eleewhereln the County. Call and tree foryoureelree,
at ETTER,HAMILTON & CO'S.
nearly opposite theßank.
ti 4 TTV,R, -- 4AMILTONp & .CO. are
prepared to put up best LIOHTIaNti BODE
at cheap rates.
_HAND, A LARGB
assortment of the very beet Tin, 7apannei'l and
Copperwarei die., sold low at
RTTI R , HAblifsTOß 44 COl3.
ALL WORK WARRANTED, and
cheaper thin can' be, bought elsewhere in- ,the
couuty. Come and see—then buy, at
ETT NH, HAMILTON & CO'S.
CULL FOR PARLOR AND' DI.
'kJ NINO ROOM COOK STOVES. They are pretty ,
good and cheap. . ETTER, HAMILTON &CO 8, •
A few pore fronilhryock's Book Store.'
10 a int in g &r.
RARNARD T. FELLOWS,
MUSD AND SIGN PAINTER
NAINER, GLAZIER, AND PAPER...
In the Old Armory Building, (itp• stairs,)
to "Old Jail," Peffer ( Folte's
, Carriage Manufactory, opposite
Brcion' a Hotel, and
CORKER OF SECOND AND as.,valizr STS.,
- ' Chambersburg,
- I respectfully take this metnod of thanking the Mil
tens of Chambersburg and vicinity for the very Ilberalt
patronage I have waived at their hands fur the past
year, (my first yearin this place,) and flattering mysekf
that I. have done, and and am still prepared to do, the
very best work in my line, I solicit a continuance- otpsort
favor. B. T. FELLOWS.
P. 8. I respectfully refer to any of my patrons—Jame*
Efster, Wm. McLenahan, Col. A. K. McClure, Iter, K r .
Niccolls, Presbyterian Church, Dr. Rieliards,Dr.
of M. Kieffer & Co., German' Ref 'd Messenger, J. Allison
Eystor, Wm. C. Eyster, and any others for whom I hare
done work—for character of work done, and expedition!
June 17, '63 tf. D.T.IV'
- IMPORTANT TO THE PUBLIC.
I_ —The Grover & Baker, S. Nl'. Co., manufacture in
midithm to their.celebrated Grover k Baker STITCH
mAcinNES, the moat perfect 81117171,E or " LOCK
STITCH" MA=II4EB in the market, and afford par.
chasers the oppertttnity of selecting. after ;trial:9d ex.
iuninntlun of both, the one belt suited to their wants.
11. E. HOK ft, N. E. earner of the Diamond, Chant.
bersburg, Agent. Call and examine the machines.
TOB PRINTING, in every style'
ty t;otteitt the °Mee of the FRANKLIN REPOEITOVE