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ILT13(0 RE LOCK 1-I . OSPITAL
D1G..1011.)156N, the faunder of this Celebrated
ntitinion,od..rs the flutist certain, speedy, and only
''''tu ki remedy in Cle• world fir Weer% Structures.
tiotelill•Ll %V e.t.k.ivis. P en iu the linina, Constitut tonal De.
' bilitY, finititte.ce, Weekooss .t the Back au,., Limbs.
Ar, t tions oh the Kidney.. Psip tat". of the Heart,
ePlis, N •as Ireitabiilty. Disea.res of the Head,
,rott. N 1.0.41, or :kin; and all tlto:ie serious and Melba.
choir disorders arising from the destructive habits Ot
. tlUth, Wilidt delta Oy btAll I /Udy :11211111141e. Theensocret
Vied soliVery prat:rice , are inure fatal to their victims
then the "I n; of the Syroos to the uterine? Hliztate.
Ni g i d i ug thoir fuost brilliant,. hopes, or, acticipations
rendering . ntridage, be .illiPea!ible. _ ,
Young Men especially. who :save become the Id'ltims
rk Wary Vire.that dreadful and ..estrartivo•batait
which 11.1111.11a11y sweeps to an antintely ;ratio thousands
of yeueg urea of the 'most exalted ta.ent and (Iranian
if l udrecr, who might othurwistalutare entranced listening
Aanate. with thq tit traders of eloineuen, or waked to
, sek44‘CY the living lyre; may call with tall cuntblence.
Karr ed persons. or young. men contemplating mnr
rime. b fog aware of jihyalcal weakticaa. organic debility,
doforuticica, km, should immediately consult Dr. Johns
Ile Who places itlyter the 'cue of Dr....teh nate°
now relhtiounly cuundeinh R, gentleman, cord
, eatfsderitly rely upon llie 4:ill :u, t phynielmi. •
ORGANIC WEAKN - ESS !
131)ri:DItT ELY env) /ND FULL VIGOR ILLSTOKED.
This disease is the penalty most freithently paid by
theme who have became the. victims of improper indtd
IC , S nook. Tone; r;.Cr%Oll l are too- apt tea commit excesses
from not I,loig awr.re of the dreadittl consettnencep thnt
'env e',ltne. Now. v:liti that understands the subject
ortll ?rrefend to deny that the power of Procreation is
I..st saner by ttto-e into Improper habit than by
the pendent. Besides being deprived of the pleasure of
tae dWy ofspring, the [mist seKions and destructivt
Iremp.ittor to mi n d and body arise. , The system become
cfenumed. time physical an 1 mental pciwers weakened.
nervous debility, dyspepsia, , Talpitation of the heart
ene t ion, a wasting of thefm
rae, cough, symp.otn
Office No. 7 South Frederick Street, •
'Leven thfora front Baltintore street, Boat aide, up tht
tote stew), Be particular in observing -the name and
rinrobef:or you willtalstake the place.
Aar A' CUBE WARRANTED IN' TWO DA.TS—iffir
No Mercury or Niusfours Drugs.
ItLinaber of the Royal of Smrgeons,,London, gra
dnsto from one - ot the moat, eminent Colleges of the
United Statist.and the greator_part of whose life has
been spent in the hospitals of London. Paris, Philade'
phis and elsewhere. has effected some of the most anton
ishliaa Mires th a were ever known. • Many troubled
with rittging - itt the head and oars when asleep, great
neslrotontesit. being aLtriurd at sadden sounds'. and baSle
fulness, with frequent blushing, attended sometitneii
vitt deestigentent of mind, were cured iitamediately.
A CERTAIN D/SEAI,4E!
-When the misguided and imprudent votary of plea
'ewe Baths be has imbibed tl e seeds of this painful ills
ewes ,It too often happens that an ilhtimed sense ot
shame, or di'eltd of diedhvery, deters Lint front applying
to Anise who from education and respectability can
alone befriend ttint,delayii% tit) the constitutional syrup
toms of this horrid disease mike their appearance, inch
ad u cerated hers throat, diseased note. nocturnal pains
th the haul sun, limbs. dintiiehs' of eight, deafness, nobs
.1141 the shin, bones and arms; bloteifes on the items, files
Ind extretuities. progressing with frightful rapidity.
till at last the palate of the luonth or the bones of the
noise tall hi and the victim of this awful diseasehecomes
&horrid object of rommisseraticu, till el, ath pings). pe
, :tuck to his dreadful sufferings, by senoing Lim 'to "that
ihourne from whence no traveller returns." To such
alterefore. Dr. Johnstm , pledges himself to preserve the
tnoet inviolable sec rery ; andtronthitextensivepractice
tbe 'first 'Hospitals of Europe and A nterica, he can
c tatently recommend a safe and speedy cure to the
ttutirtunate %%dint of this horrid Jiisease.
melancholy fa.t that thouNaude fall 'lentils ti
thin horrid diSOARC Owing to the nuskilfullness of igno
rant pretenders who by nes, of thatileadfnl poison. 3.ler
vary. ruin the eonstituliumand muter send the no 'ortu•
irate t4' untimely grace, or make the residue of life
• r .P,ARTICAILAR NOTICE!
Dr .J. addresses those who have injured thennielvea by
private and improper indulgences.
These are some of the sail and melancholy effects pro
dined by early !aas of youth. vie:--Wealcness of the.
Back and Limbs, Niue in the Mend, Dimness- of Sight,
Low of Muscular Power. Palpitation of the Heart. Dye..
pepsin., Nervous Irrltltidiif y, Derang.ment of the Diges
tive Functions,Genertil Libuility,SymPtorus of Cunsump
MV:trAt.r.r. the fearful effects on the mind are nutlet' to
e dreaded: loss of Memory. Confusion of Ideas, Depres
of Spirits. Elvfl , Foretiodings. Aversion to Society.
tt - elfiDistrli.t. Love of 'Solitude. llethlaty, are edllll.,
wit the evil effects. ,
o€ persons of al ogee can now judge what
lathe cause of their declining health. being the r vigor:
becoming Weak. pale, have singular appearance about
the eyes, cough. amtsyntritoms of Consumption. ,
Johliston's .pcmcdy for Or
elizl great , and iniport.tnt remedy. Weakness of
tire Organs ia.speedi)y cured. and full rigor restored.
Thonnand4 ?of the rnttal nervpus and debt latcd.who
had lost all hope, hie beyn rely reliered. All
impedimenta to Marriage. Physical or 3lental
dcafion, Nervous riltabtliiy.Tremallnit. Weakness or
FAhanstion of thn most fearful kind,spoetilly cured by
Dr. Jobust on '
Who have ill ored t hcm say( a try a certain practice. in
dulge I iu when elone—a habit frequently learned fr m
evil compituions,lor at school. the effects are nightly
tslt, even - when asleep, and if nut cured:render ma -
Nage itflpotliteleilina) destroys b9ll tuind and body.
should apply ho ediately. '
What a pity that a yonng man. the hope of his cone
kr: the darling of his plc-eats, shOuld be snatche 1 from
'all prospects lied enjoyments of life, by the cnnsoquenc!
et deviating fr Ji o he path of nature.• end Indulging in a
certain sect et habit. Such persons. before - con tentplat
ahould reflect that a Bound mind and horiz are the
most ne. e•sxry respiisitee to promote, connubial happi
4t618. .1.11.16 , 4 Without thane, the journey through life
becomes a weary pilgritua,e. thy prospect hourly dark
ens to the' view :the mind becomes shadowed with de
viviir,attd lilted the melancholy reflection, that
fhb happiness of another Lecorues, blighted with our
OFFICE No. 7; SOUTEI FREDERICK ST.,
The rawly theitmands cored at' this Institution in the
la it fifteen years; and the numerous impoftant surgical
Operations performed by Dr. J., witnessed bY the ro
porters of the papers. and many other persons. notices
of which htive appeteresl again andagain before the pub
Inc, Is a sufficient guartenti e to . the afflicted - .
There are en many ignorant an worthless
quacks advertising,' themselves as .Physicians,' ruining
the health of the Already arl!cted. .D r. Johnston deems
It uenenotry to say'Di those unacquainted with his rep
iatation.thst his Diplomas hengin his office.
ita.TAKE NOTICE—AII letters must ho post pald.and
contain a pasta, a er atop for the reply, or no answer will
he settt Feb 2.5.'63-Iyr.
U.! & 11:-T. A*II.ONY,
uj.. • ilanufactarols PliotographO Maeeritas,
601 .11road wa!,:., New York
Chlt Clthilogile now embraces consbierakly over Four
, Mousier) ditTsreuit subjects (to which additions are con
' gimlet'' , be , ng made) of Portraits of Eminent Americans
72 Major-Generals. '525 Stateimien,
100 lirigatiler•Generals, 127 Divines,
SF 0 Colonels, . 116 Authors,
84 Lientenant-Colonels 30 Artists,
207 Other OlllCerlt, 112 Stage,
'6O Navy 0111cora, 46 'Prominent Women,
147 Prominent 'Foreign Portraits. ,
2,5004 11 :es Wmd:rof Art,
(minding reproductlOns of the most celebrated Engrav
ings, Paintings, Stiitties, etc. • Catalogues sent on recollri
of stamp. An-oviier for Otici Dozen Pictures from our
Catalogue will bp tilled on receipt of $l.BO, and sent by
mall Ire!. r .--
Of thesewe manufacture' a great 1' riety, ranging in
price &mit Medias to MO each.
Our•Aliatiiialtave the reputation of being superior in
beauty and durability to any others. The smaller kind
wou beaeutofitay by mail at a pueblo of six cents per
The more expensive eau be sett by express:
We also keep a large-amortment of
SVERESCOPSS, AND STERESCOPIC VIEWS
Our astalogne of these will be sent, to any address on
- receipt or Stamp.
C.& LL T. ANTONY,
Mannfactitrers of Photographic Materials
501 Broadway, /c m pork,
Friends or relatives of prominent military men will
twofer a favor ity • sending us their likenesslo ropy,
They will he kept enrol:1411y and returned tutinjttred.
Fine. Asingmit made to - order tor CiMgreintions to pre.
toe& to their pastor, or for other purposes, with imitable
imariptious Le. fang
$5O. ; $l5O.
AGE TS WANTED.—Liberal in
dooomoot. to Cllnvamors for the Ea% of the
CELEBRATED COTTAGE $l2 SENWSO 51ACTIftii.
1 wish to eftVtgli SW - native Agent in every County , in
the United Stater and Canadas. to travel end intrAuct
my N CII.EAP. FAMILY SEWING MA-CIIINE.
whine possesses more than ordinary merit iskts
patented with valuable improvements. and itektiowledg
ol to be unsurpasked fair geocr.tl utility. A limited
number of responsible Acents are wanted. to solielt uw
dos. to whom a salary hunt .
$lO TO $l5O PER 'MONTH' -AND :EATENSES
will be paid: For conditions and full particulars address
with stamp for return p ?stage.
ntiK 19,1 m
AVA ATI NIE ,
mn iY t
the position, and of g' elWacter. No others who ie well
ply ROSS RAY
Sept lington Hills, 'Georgetown, D. C.
WANTEDMAJI Apprentice to leain
the 'TINNING business. kettutre •0 the Ite-
POSITORT Mee. ' leep A-tf
WA NT ED.—A Gijoct Journeyman
cAnDno - mA.aii. Steady employment eiven.
Enquire at tide Offiee.• 0ct2.1 '63-tf
ART WANPED.—A good se(tond
k }band nurse Cart Wanted. Apply at this office. oct2l3t
UNIVERSAL CLOTHES WRIN
No. I: LAROR FOURS WROOF.A. $lO 00
No. 2. - 31coicx do do 7 00
No. 214. do do do - 6
No. 3. s4tAt.t. do do 5 AO
No, S. LAROX HOTEL do 14 00
No. IS. Meninx LIUNDRY de Ito run steam 18 00
No. 22: Lt) os do do or hand. f3O 00
N0a..2 , 4 rillil :3 hay° noCoge. AlI oth era are warranted.
No. 2 i - c'the diZe generally raved in private fatuities.
Orti:CGE JUDD, of the American Agriculturist, Bays of
UNIVERSAL CLOTHES WRINGER:
A child can readily wring oat a tuhfull .clothes in
a few minutes. It is in reality a CLOTIIES. SAVERI A
TIME SAVER! and a STRENGTH-SAVER! The nay,
mg of garmet3ts will alone pay a large per centage on its
cost. We think the machine much more than PASS
FOR ITSELF,F.O ERY YEAR in the saving of garments!
There aresereral kinds, nearly alike in general construc
tion. but we consider it important that the Cringer be
fitted with Cogs,-otherwise a mass of garments may clog
the rollerv . : and the rollers upon the crank-shaft slip and,
tear the clothes,-or the rubber break b.Ose from the
shaft. Our own is one of the first make. and it ions
GOOD AS NEW after nearly FOUR YEARS' CON.
STANT USE. . ,
Every Wringer with C/v Meets is TFarrapted in every
No Wringer can be durable without Cog-
A good CANV t S-Mt wanted in every town.
On the receipt of the price from pincer where no
ono ' enill send the Wringer eau or XXPENSIL
For particulars and circulars addres4
R. C. BROWNING.
ang 26-3 m - 3.17 Broadway, New York':
D E mc) ITAL.—From 433 Market St.
_Lb to the large Iron Building 513 Market and 510'
More Goode than any flow': in the Unifrel..Malee. •
•A. H. FRANCISCUSI
513 MARKET & 510 COMMERCE STS„
Keeps ,the Largest Stock - in the United States of
Ducketartrooms. Tubs. Churns, - _
Baskets. Brushes, Mats. )lennures.
(Jocks. Looking-Glasses Oil Clothe ail&
Carpets 20:trylow Shades. and Paper, -
Also. ,417.tuL ::tet• Wh , 1 , 11 tsle,,
Twlnes,Wicking, Ropes in iddis
and Dozens. Cotton Yarns,
Cotton and Linen Carpet-chain.
Our Prices-will avernze Lower thaw any'other House
in this city. Call and see for yourselves.
- For further particulars apply to S. .SSIIRYOrK,
Chwynbersburg. [Sept. :23
BEIDELMAN - •
• WIIOLESALE _GROCER AND
RODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANT.
No. 703 MARKET & No. 2 NOItT•t 7th FL, PIIILADA.
Invites the 'Mention of merchants to his forge and well
assorted stock of Sugars. ,Ryruns, Tees. and Coffees all of
which Will be°■B[d loWest, nun ket ratei. Country
bit) ere and sellers uiil hod it to their advantage to gire
him a call.
Price currents containinz all the varieties of the mar
ket to be had of S. S..S.I.IItVOCK, Chambt.irs4org.
sent. '23 . .
SCHENCK'S PULMON.I.; SYRUP
• ' WILL CURE
SCIIENCR'S PUL3RINIC SYRUP
SCIIENCK*S PULMONIb SYRUP
CONS U 11P.TIONi
permcivs SEA WEED TONIC
SCIIE%CK'S SEA WEED TUNIC
SCIIENCK'S SEA IVEED TONIC
SCIIENCK'S SEA WEED TONIC
ECIIENCK'S MANDRAKE PILLS
SCHENCK'S 'MANDRAKE PILLS
SCIIENCKS' MANDRAKE' ; PILLS
- - WILL cuis .
SCITENCK MANDRAKE PILLS
DR.. J. H. SCHENCK has a large Snit ofßootne atNii
B 2 BOND STREET, NEW YORK, where he can be found
every Tuesday, from 9 A. 51., to 3 I'. i5l , and -t No. 39
NORTH SIXTH STREET, PHILADELPHIA', PA.,
He keeps a large supply of medicines at his rooms,
which can he hadat all times. Those wishing advice or
examination of the Lungs will do wOl to call on him as
above. He makes no charge for advice, but for a 'thor
ough examination with the Respiroineter, his prrce is
Manygersons are afraid to have thair lungs examined
by Dr. Schenck for fear that they will be found incura
ble, and by that means it is put off' until it is too late.
How muth batter it would be to knOw their condition
at Once, as by abundance of eldence, Dr. 5. has shown
sufficient certificates in this city that he has cared ad- -
vanced stages oft onsumption.
DR. SCHENCK'S Principal Office . is No. 39 North
Sixth Street, Philadelphia, Pa., where letters for advice
should always be directed.
_Price of the-Poutoaic STROP AND SBA Wasp Tomo
each $1 per"bottle, or $5 tLe half dozen. Maivnaafia
Puts, 25 'cents per box. -
For Sale by WI DRUGGISTS and STOREKEEPERS.
oCt. libffin _
every va r . '
riot). of colors, done with neatness and despatch at
the FRANKLIN RN PO:4TORY,
e . A
ECHANICS who 4esiro 'to ex=
tend their buelneemid Abrathes In the
RA.NKLIN REP id.....t.t/tY.
ENNTEDY NILL—Law Part-
U nership—The undersigned have aisueinted tuem
dower, in the practice of the I.3Vi in the several conrte
Frank,in Venn y. Oft. eon Market Street, iu the room
heretofore occupleiihy T. 13. Kennedy.
T. B. KENNEDY.
June 1i,T63. , T. J. NELL.
TT OR:STET, AT_ LAW.-TVLEI
:ON REILLY, :Attorney at La w.—Office on:dir
t:et at.. formerly occupied by ituilly & rp, directly
opp cite the C-mrt ll.mieolaintherchurg. Pa. Alt lcgul
bucinesc entru`sted to hint will receive prompt attention.
fie will practice in adjoining Counties. June IL 'ea.
L. M &Wan,
Box 2Tss. Demon Mass
STUMBAUGH STEP ART, At
tormys at Late, Chambersburg. Pa.. give their
voled + - Menthol t the Practice of their Profewii.m.'
J °Liu Stewart agent for procuring Bounty, Stoney,
Pensions. and arrearoges of Pay,
414^ 0034:e in the 'l"own flail. _ - June 17, '63
& W. S. STENGER, Attor,
I L A . ttrytt tit Law, Chamberehurg. Pa, Collectiona
promptly, atte.t•led to. W. ";. Stenger, Diatrict Attor
ney and agent for Rrocnring retsions, 'Bounty Money
and Arrears of My. Office , in Franklin Building, aff
door from the corner. , 'ea.
JS. EV.E I? Err, Attorney at Lain.
011 ice in .Mrs Bard's dwelling, directly oppo.
site the C qittt douse. (1i ttubersbutg. Pa. 15111 practice
iu thesevend (.nurts of Franklin and Fulton Counties,
All legal hilliness cuirusted to Lis care will receive
prnmrt attrntion. June IT. DIM
3I'DOWELL SHARPE, Attorney
•at La in. C.lhamber,ffinrir. Pa. Office in Mrs. liard'e
Buiffiings. dir4tty oppraitc the Court House.
• ;Inner. 11013. ,
GSEILHAMER, Attorney G
• Lew, :Clinniberolinrx, Pa. (Vice—Main Street,
above Queen. In the room formerly occupied by S. Reish
err. Erni. June P'63'
GEORGE EYSTER & R J. BONE
1111A11.11, ;411erneys at.tate. have rennve3 to the
twin on Min 41reet,one deer South ufEyeter'e Store.
Junel7. 63. -
I S. CLARK; Attorney at Law, has
4T. removed hi. °Mee a rew doors-Dot of hiA former
ocatton.oa .11.trliet at reet (Sontiveide ) / hm 17.'63.
'CIALIT IN M. DUNCA N, Attoi.ney.iit
LQ(U. Office on Market Street. in Lawyer's Row.
opposii the,l:_f;mrt flnn4e. .tune IT. '6l.
TFLETCTIER, Attorney at 'Lehr,
• Cliambersburg, Pa. Oflice on bag' Market etreet,
oppoiite the C , met Mime. June 1-7: ,
ALES' - K. 31 1 0 LIT E, Attorney al`
Law, Cluunbershurg, °thee in ilia Frank in
weporWory 1311 i lil nga June 17.'63.
; ; WATSON 'ROWE, Attorney at
seenes.stle. F,L. [sep 'fi3
B. WM. B. HUED'S DENTAL
REMEDIES A RE THE Li EST IN 111 E IVO 141.1).
timur'ug Flue Teeth aud Sweet Breath, and curing
Toothache and Neuralgia.
Do you with to be blessed with nntfattirerl f .1* Pearly
White and F4lmt Teeth! tile Dr. WH. B. HU up's,
UN RIV.I.I.LED TOOTH PoW DEB. ca rt:tit:l , i free from
acid. alkali,or`any injurious substance, Price. 25 ceuta
per . _
(W Beware of the ordickry cheap Tooth. Powders,
which whitest hot tle*trov
D., yon . wish to be ce tal., tnat your Breath is Imre,
sweet and arreenble to huAsnot or erife.l..ver and irilmd!
Use Dr. HURD'S CELEBRATI:D MOUTII \VASIL
:17 cents per bottle,
The a-tringent wash is also the best remedy in the
world for Canker. Bed Breath Bleeding limns. Sote
Mouth. etc. It flag cured hundreds.
Do you with your childre4 stiffer from Tooth tele?
Get(Dr. Witt US MAGIC TOQTI1Al: nil DROPS. Price,
12 cute per bottle. _
Are you afflict. d with Neuralgia! Get Dr. WM 0.
HURD'S N MIR A LGIk PLASIIIIIS. The meet etrettive
and derghtlul remedy knoxvit for Paitil in the Face,"
Shouhlers. Seek; or any part of the body
They do nit adhere nor, blister. but .tot , he end chnim
pain away. Try them. Price, 1.,) and Si cents. Mailed
on receipt reeeiptof pt ice.
A Treatise on the beat method of Pre.crving the
Teeth mailed on receipt of the pace—io cents., It is a
valunbh. little workond should be in the possession of
every person. ,
For sale at all five best stores throughout the country.
C.tcTtox.—Ae there ft TedeS ler , who bike n ITV! tAge o f
nor advertisements to impose upon their cipitidners in
ferior preparations. it is necessary to insist upon having
what you call far, and you will GET TUE ussr, thoroughly
teided, stud prepared by on experienced and scientific
Dentist, Treasurer of the New York state Dentists As
sociation. and Vice President of the New York Jay Den
tal Society. Address W. 31. it HURD &
June 17. 'll3-tf. Tribune Buildings. New Yolk.
FFTII INSEIITEI) ON AMBER
1:4...4ER. still at hist tesi•
° EAST MARKET ;;TI:k:E I', near 'the Fradk
Railroad. DAntistyy In all its b. atiches attended to with
all the,modern improvements. it:tying published to
this community for Mori• than . two years. that teeth on
Amber is in every way ClihlAPElt AND BETTER Hon
teeth on'at.y other material.l ould say. tirat I son pet,
no reason to change my opinion. ha thec e are now) per
sons in Chronbershurg end vicinity for wham 1 hare
Inserted teeth orrAMII.Ei, ohok:an testify to their cope
N. 11. All work warrante•i to give antisfaction.or no
charge. Teeth .extracted vatliout pain with perfect
.afety without taking Chloroform. Fur tiirther into
mation call at the tlifice. [Juno 17, iStl3.
DR. W. W. sc LOSSE I?, Surgeon
Do!neist—The undersigned has retnoted his Office
front the 'Mansion [louse .to the residence of 3lr John
Noel.llorthu e.t corner of the Diem Ind. and innuedi
-Ktely opposite the Franklin lintel. Office nn the se
cond floor—entrance through the , I . »tssage, to the right
its, you ascend the stairs.
- .lune 17, 15W.... • W. W. SriIiASSER.
REMOVAL.—Dr. J. - K. Rein. Den
fiat, 11314 removed his oilier in the corii.4 of tin
Public S,ltt tre, where he practised se ninny yesri. to the
corner of 3fniti sod Queen Streets, above Wm. ficyser's
Drug Store,Cluttnikersbitrg. pa,.. where he will heplem o d
to receive the calls of his friends Roue 17:1563.
A. R. SHAW returns his thanks
Ly to the citizens of Franklin county. for the lib
eral encout agenient bestowed in him the last three
years. and invites those who have not made trial of
TrowEopArilY to do so, f,onsultatiwis free, All cu
mad° leases can rely on a more speedy cure than under
diiyo Dr. S. has removed 'to Noah Main
. stre,t. short distance below the point. where he can ho
found ready to attend to calls. either in town ur country,
When not : absent on professignal business. •
'June 17. 18113. -
Dn. w. B. RPOWN. I - PROP. P:
ROW N & WALK, Electrical Phy
xi:dans. otyke in Franklin Building, WEPT MAR.•
snv STnesf. Clianibetylinig.
The above treats all 'Clirollic DlReases by means n.
GALVANISM and the differ ent noolitications of ELEC
TRICIFY, on discovered arid taught by Prof. Rollie,.
Juno 10, 6.3-tf
p it: JOIIN MONTGOMERY will
•-- attend promptly : to all cane in Ida line. Office en
. ain street, nr i xt dour to the Eagle Hotel, and nearly
oppmdte the residence of the Iron. George Chambers. -
Chamberdoirg. June 17.1863. . '
R. J. C. RICHARD:3 .will attend
, primptly to all calls in his line. Office on :Slain
treat, next door to Spangler's Drug Store.
~,,ironcy. Routts—From 7 to 9, .A.. 31.; 12 to 2 and 6
'P. M. J uup 17,1662.
ARTHUR H. BANDOLS,
MANUFACTUILER OF ROSEWOOD AND
LOOKING GLASS AND PICTURE FRAMES,
of every description, , -
N.W.Com Ea Or THIRD MO CALLOW= fim,,Parianxtarnix.
Orders to tho largest extent promptly executed,
Orders filled by S. S. SURYOCK, Chmhberebnrg, Pa.
NOTICE OF. PARTNERSHIP.--
II Notice Whereby given that the undersigned have.
this day entered into partnership, in the Coavh-Making
business, in all i Is various branches ' tinder the name of
Peiffer & Foltz. The said firm van do bus : loose at the
stand lately, occupied by P. Henry Pelffer & Co., end
would respectfully solicit a continuance of the public
patronage. • P. HENRY PEIFFER,
Nov. 6, 1881, 'C.C. FOLTZ:
- CO. have removedtheir BOOK BINDERY to the
rd story of the BANcION HOUSE, °lithe Diamond,
ere Shryock's Book Store.Euttunce between the
Book Store and Sulvely's office. 'Old Books, Periodi
cals, Music, Newspapers, &c,, bound In any style. Blank
Books made to order. Paper ruled td any pattern.
attornegs at Laixt.
;Dentist - 0.
Q o S.
Now occupies his NMS TORE Rood, and is prepared
to transact basinew with greater facilities than
" School Books, Miscellaneous Books, Toy Books,
Law Books, Medical llooki, Sunday School Books,
Military Books. .
A large assortment of Pocket and Family Bibles,
Of all sizes, qualities - gad styles of binding
A great varicti of all 'kinds of Writing and Print
ing Papers, of French', English and AMCrican man
ufacture. Also, Env'elopes of all sizes and qualities,
lnk, Pens, Poneils. India Rubber, Tapes, Seals.
Quills, Copy 130 Oks, Blotting Board, Knives, Erasers,
Writing Sand, &c.,
The very beet Gnu) PEvs . in the market. folly
warranted, made by Leroy W. Fairchild. of N. Y.
- BLIND - PAPER.
A full variety of liatteins and finalities.
Yearly Two ffettniEn . dtfrerent natterns.together
with suitable Berderings, Plain, Velvet and Velvet,
- Oval and Square Frames fur Photographs. Pram:tea
made to order. :
For Picture Fram Os, a any size
Much lower than publishers' prices, among which
The White Cruiser, . •
The Midnight Queen, . .
Maid of the Saranac. •
• Don Bernardo's Daughter,
Sketches in` France, .
' Verner;_s Pride.
Mrs. Gray's, Novels,
Arthur's Novels, •
Trial and Triumph,
Prince and Pedler,'
AnOtte, „ • ,
Laat Lynne, •
!Legends and Stories, ,
Red Jack, • ".
Belle of the Blistery,
• • , Syhibeampbell,
, • - Rival Beauties.
Chins from Uncle Sam's Jack-knife, ''
The Evert Ling Fortino Teller,
The ManNuvering Mother,- . „
Marguerite de Valois,
• FUMY Night at Orford,
The Quiet Husband, ,
, Two.Primi Donnas,
- The Debtor's Daughter, .
The Banker's Wife,
The Scarlet Flower,
The Wife's Trials, •
• The Expectant, '
English, French. German and American - En gra
Fancy. Traveling, Bonk, Picnic, Fruit, Knife and
Single and Double Zephyr, •Tapestry' and Split
'Zephyr, Shetland Wool, Sre., ke:
The Philadelphia and New York Dailies received
daily. Clubs or individuals tuipplied.
• N. Y. Mercury.
N. Y. Weekly,
New Yoik Ledger r etc.,
- Peterson, -
All the Year Round.,
Cornhill. etc., etc..
received as soon as published.
• CAEAT LITERATUR"..
All the Dime PublieatiOns,"Weekly Nouvellettes
Song Books, etc., received daily.
We take rders•for all kindaof good?_`
• ' EXPRESS. •
We recei4 goods by Express xvgay DAY from the
East. - -
a le n r d:rinting
• Fancy Boxes,
Combs and Brushea,
' Chalk Crayons,
and all standard goods in our line constantly , on
Sheet Music, for Piano, Guitar, Violin, Flute, etc.
We purchase Pianos on commission, so as to aa•
our Customerafrom Fifty to One Hundred and Fil
We can supply any kind of Muskat Inetrumen
at pricaufarlower than mutat. „
We can sell Photograph Albums at lower_ prie
than they Can be procured for in the cities.
We have no hesitation in saying to our*tome
that from our long - experience. oar' minnei of d !
ins business, and OurArtiat facilities, we do not k .;
.competition, and have no doubt of our being at
to give entire satisfaction. •
Come and see mu-Yew Store, our new and e: •
larged stock, and form your own oplnions. , - . .. •
Chambersburg, June 17,1863.
are' the Mlowipg
AR lir AND NA FT A GRNM
20.4 SOUTH FOURTH STREET,
The undersigned, having resigned hhi position as Pay
master in the U. S.Army, has opened at No 204 SOUTH'
FOURTH STREET. an' AOENOY FOR PROCURING
PENSIONS, and fur the collection of OincEss', Soutane',
.Arid all other Cumin; against the Government:
3ly lung eltperience •as Paymaster, has gleis me =u
sual Mediates fur _becoming thoroughly aoquainted'with
this business in all its details. Or the receipt. by mail.
of a-statement of the, •osae of claimantsj will forward
• the necessary papers f6r their signature. Personal at
tention will be given to the cases at Wnshingt. n.
No charge unless esful,'when 5.5 will be charged
for collectir g all swim under t3O, and $lO on all sums over
that amount and, under tap. /Argon claims taken on
special arrangbinent. Nees in Pension Cases as fixed by
INFORMATION FOR AND INSTRUCTIONS TO
Ali Soldiers of the present - war, who have served two
years, and Soldiere discharged tor wounds received,in
battle, without reference to time of service, are entitled'
besides their regular pay, to $lOO Bounty. •
In case Soldiers or Seamen are discharged for disability
..or wounds received while in the service, they are entitled
to a Pension according to the disability.
In case of the death of the Soldier before discharge,
through dlsease - contracted, or wounds received while in
service. his widow is entitled to receive the $lOO Bounty,
besides arrearages of pay and pension during her lifetime
If the Soldier die after .discharge.from disease con
tracted or wounds received while in service, his widow is
entitled to a pension of $9B per annum.
If no widow_ otminor children, the mother al the Sol=
Mier or Seaman will receive the Pension, if dependant on•
hint wholly or In part for support.. .
If deceased Soldier or Seaman leaves no widoiv, hit
children are entitled to the same benefits as the widowr
except when the children may be over the age of 16 years.
If no widow hr minor children, the bounty and pay
will descend to the heirs as follows: 7
:Piro to the Father; second to the lit Other, third to the
Iliiithersand SiAers, and then to the next of kin.
Disehargetf.fhltliers. 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
this balance, write to your Captain for a descrip
tivelist. showing Clothing account, and forward it to toe
with your preliminary statement, giving also the date of
Soldiers, who served with - the nine months' volunteers,
can recover 127, bounty and premium, without regard to
timo of Service, if they have not already received it.
Soldiers who were prisoners in the South, and Soldiera'
who were absent on sick furlough, are entitled to corn-
mutation of rations.
In communicating with thiS.office,ttate the nature of
your claim fully, and give the Company and Beg meta to
which you or the Soldier for whom' you claim belonged,
as well as your present Post Oitce adoress.
llfe EteeHoney, ANDREW G. Cuurs, Governor of Penn
Stmox CAxsaos. Harrisburg. Pa.
HION.JOSEPIi CASET 7 Chief Justice of the Court of Claims;
'ION. E. 11. Dacanta, Chief Clerk of Pay Department,
111)N: EDWARD MCPHERSON, M. Washington.
110:s. JAS. PIITERRET, President Judge, Pistrict Court,
Y Pittsburgh. _
A. li. AfcCLuns, Charnbersbarg, Pa.
.11dx.Ttiosisa A. Ecort, Vice President Penn'a Baal Boad.
Him Willi tit B. Tliam.lB, Collector of the Port, Philad'a.
lids. C. A.Wst.nonis, Poet Master, Philadelphia.
Mtexer. & Co., Bank , rx,
Ja}IEBDUNLAP, Presid,nt of Union Bank, Philadelphia
HiLlatx & VAutrnealtz..Attorialee, 44
liztort, WEISS & ERVIN, Merchants,
JAMMU, KNENDLER & CO. Merchunctr, •
PRSTVISETT, BAUGH &to.,
DAVID FAUST 4 Co., himliants, 64
BENJAMIN 8. JANNEY, JR. A: CO.. Northants, 4i -
MURIA/5 E. Mosoor d: Co., Merchants,
Arwoou, Wxn & CO., Norchants,
JOHN N. NTH ROY,
June 17, '63-tf. 21:4 South Fourth Street
PENSION, 'BOUNTY AND WAR
CLAIM AGENo.—Pensions procured for soldiers
et the present war whe are disabled by reason of wounds
received. or disease - contracted. while in the service of the
United States ; .and Peoxione, $lOO Bounty, and Arrears
of Pay obtained for widows or heirs of those who have
died or been killed while in service.
Joy R. ORR. Claim Agent,
Feb: 25, '63-1
55tribeo anb iginlmate
"filIE " DUTCH SETTLEMENT"
11 bDOWN TOWN I—Extensitri Tin, apper and .stare
ii:stillishmingt!—The undersigned respectfully in-
Irmo his friptids and the public generally that lie has
emoyetthisestablishmentfroni the "Dutch Settlement"
ap town, Co- the spaccons Robm formerly occupied by
dinnich & Brand, and nearly opposite White's Clotti
lie has jnat received a large assortment of COOK,
GAL. PARLOR and NINE-PL ATE STOVES of the
most approved and latest patterns, which he can and le
det mined to sell as- cheap, if not a little cheaperpthan
can be had elsewhere In the country,
Helms also, and intends keeping constantly on hand,
a large assortment of Tin, Copper and Sheet-Iron Ware
made of the host material and by good workmen.
tom- Persons in want of anything in the above- line
are requested to give him a call before ‘ puramaing else
where, hefeelsconvinced that he can suit them either
as regards the article or the price.
SPOUTING made and pot up: tit the shortest notice.
All kinds of repairing done neatly and expeditiously.
Old PeWter, Brass and Copper takeniu exchange for
Ware, or the highest price given in cash.
June 17.1863. JACOB B. kfILLER.
ROUSIKEEPERS, READ Gal
lagher's Sunriae Air-Tightl—A New Plat Top
VuuKlNli STOVE: The plates are very heavy, and the
whole htove is finished in a superior manner. 1 warrant
this Stove tobe superior to any Flat-Top Stove now in
the market. and respectfully invite My friends end the
politic to call rind examine this Steve, of - which there
are several sizes. • •
I have also a greatLyarlety of othei comma
STOVES of every style ;'PARLOR STOTRS,liteer and
beautiful patterns, together with ti heavy stook of
VTOVES fur Churches, Stores, Offices, Hotels'. &c.
Wholesale and Retail Dealer iu
STOVES,.TIN AND COPPER WARE. .
N. B.—l bare been oppointrd Sole A gen; for Gana,
gimes Celebrated Sunrise ght Cook Since In chain
berabnrg. Pa. Jona 17,1868.
T ETTER, HAMILTON & CO'S
Great Sttive and Tin Ware Store, corner of the
Diamond, can-be seen the -largest ,best. and -cheapest
stock of Goode in Chanibersburg. They have COOK
ING sTqv FS for Wood and Coal, of lateslitatterns and
ill sites.at fair prices. [June 17.1663.
POUTING DONE AT SHORT
NOVICE, of first rate material and cheap.
Alt work warranted, and cheaper than can be bought
elsewhere In the County. C4ll and see for yourselves,
at . ETTER, 11.01ILTON fi CO‘E,
nearly opposite the Dank.
-UTTER, IIAMILTON:& CO. are
prepared to put up the beat VCIFITNING' ItpDS
at cheap rates.
ALWAYS 0 - N . HA . 1 .41), A LARGE
asiortment of the ,•ory beet Tin, Japanned and
Gypperware, &c., Bold low at
NTT SR, HAMILTON & CO'S.
ALL WORK WARRANTED, and
cheaper thnn can be bought elsewhere in the
county. Come and nee—then buy. at
ETTER, lIA HILTON & CO'S.
FALL .FOR PARLOR 'AND DI
IL) NINO ROOM co.-ix STOVES. They are pretty
gumfmnti cheap. ET Eit; A MILTON CO'S,
A few doors from Shryock's Book Store.:
Painting, stating, Sa.
Ft;A:RNARD T. FELLOWS,
ROUSE AND' SION PAINTER
d'ITAINER, GLAZIER, AND PAPER
In the Old , Armory Building, (up stairs,)
next door to "Old Jail," I'4:er 4' Foltz's _
Carriage ManSaetory, opposite ,
Brcurrea 'Hetet; and :•-• •
CORNER OF SEC FD-AND MARKET 'AM,
I respectfully-take this Melt :4d of thanking the citi
zens Of ChanaberOurg and vicinity -for the very liberal
patronage T beta received at their hands for the past
year, (my Spit year in this plate,) and flittering myself
that I have done, and and em still prepa, ea to do, the
very best work in my line, I solicit acontinuance ofpast
favor. „--. • B. T. YELLOWS.
P. S. I rerpeetrolly refer to any of MY patrons--James
Eyelet., Wro,XeLenatuul, COLA. K. McClure. Rev. Air. i
N.olls, Presbyterian Church, Dr. Richards, Dr. Fisher, i ROOM MANUFACTORY.—The
L.. ot u, w e ne k co., (lertnan nerd' Messitiger. 'I. Alli , cll ' undersigned still *arty on their BROOM Waal.
Eyster, Wm. C. Eyster, and any others for atom I have . .2it VORY. at their old'stand, on . East Market.
.duile work = for character of work done , and expedition' ',
Chsanberbbnrg. Th ey would:inform the public Untl:hey-
June 17,e6S tf. . . - .•B T V •
'T. F. chew, provided themselves with a Machine to take oft
' IkePT7 ' j irtg D - 1----- 7 - 'T Rtnnin
Seed, whidi they lxilldo fcm.sucheadceixotiv_vesat: .5
1...,.... _FM .4 . N'S—D ealers fill M a- .todo It themselves, and make their Brooms cheap for
ufacturers of Agricultural and other Implernebtst ash, or on the shares.
can reach a large clam. ,f minable customer by ADVIS , . They will also pay CASH' FOR BROOM CORN if well
Mimi in the FRANKLIN REPOSITORY. put up. wept 16-3mj D. & S. J. LITTLIL
A MERICAN ItE iNSUItANCB
South-tatt artier of .IV4lnut an 4 Auras Strech,la.
delphfa. 'lncorp?rritoils:lo.. Charter Pitypitietri.
ADIMOILIZED CAPITAL. 3500,000 00. -PAID UP
.AS4laB, ELN7,746 50
Inure Brearlurfug the . natirraLlife. or for shortr.
terrier, grants annuities and- endowments, and makes,"
contracts of all kinds depending on the issues of
Acting also as k.:keridois. Trustees and littardiana.—,
Policies of Lite Insurance instil est at. the - usual ntutual
rites other good Companies—with profits to the 3n..1
sexedL...la.st Bonus, January.. 1861. being 43 per cent: ,
of all plea:du:us roceired on mutual policieluat joint
stock rates,:2o per cent. le,s than the above.
IC ON-FORREITUBB _
which - a person pays forfi, 7, or 10 y ears only, when •
the Policy is - patil up far life, and nothing more. to pay,
and should he be unable, or wish to oiscontinue sooner.
the Company wtll issue a paid-up policy in proportion
to the amount of premiums paid, as follows:
After_ payment of
the annual premi
ums (on pulley of ;
On pay' t of 4 an. pre.
at S ‘‘
Annual premium for4looo,
NO:NIFoRFEITCRE TRAY YEAR RATE.
Age 20, 60
25 '34 tHI
at 30 ,
ti 86, - 43
It 40., 011:
ad - 53 'fro • *
n : 6%
Inimiance may be effeoted,'giting toeny party, on the'
death at life luau; ed, n certain yearly income by endow- ;
ment Tor life, thud avoiding ail contingencies of invest--
ing tbissame, and may be double or treble the yeatly
Aida.ANDER WWILLIAN, president; -
SAMUEL WORK, Vice-Pnlident. . -
JOON B. Secretary and Treasurer.
WARP 01 , 1 BUSTERS.
Al es:ander Whit Win, 13. Edgar Thompson,
lion... James Pollock, i Hon. Joseph Allison;
Albert C. Roberts, ' 'Jonas Bowman,
Samuel T. Bodine, '. R. H. Eldridge,
GeorgeAugeni, John Allman, -
IVm. J Howard, , CULP'. Ilearlitt. -
Samuel Work, - ,
• MEDICAL EXAMINERS;
J. F. BIRD, M.D., J. NEWTON WALKER, M.D.
In attendance at the Company's °Mae daily, at 11
Wit. G. ItExt,•, clinalAtistnirg,Ta., hi the • authorized
Agent of tlie Amer:can Lite Ineuranee and Timer Com
pany-, and is always pl spar r ed to furnieh pamphlets or
any information wanted. and to take Insurances.
RICH A tiDzi, Medics/ Examiner.
'REFERE.NCEE--lion. A. K. McClure. Re .8. J. ?Ile
collo, J. B. Nixon, Cliambenibtirg, and Wm. 31. Marsha,
Cashier Hagerstown Bank. -L oct 21, 63-If
ARANKLLN INSURANCE COM
PANY OX PNILADELPHIA, No. 4-35 and 431
Unexpired Terhporary Premium
Total • $2,392418 39
Statement of the Assets of the Company on January I, '
Fltst Mort gligos‘ . amply seemed $1,993,931 45
heal Estate, (present value $135,32447.) cost 128,070 77
retapbtary Mains. 044unple Collateral ecti-.
(present - va1ue:1' 4 .6,365 10,) cost,
otes and BlEs receivable
Advance In caln6 of Real Estate over curt, 1351 10
Acirance in value of Stoat', over cost 13.173 86
la - The wily l'i•jtitx fr. la amlams which tliie Coat
pally can divide•by law, arc from Rieke which have horn
-- Extract from the Charter of the Company.
'glut, the moneys received 018 premiums upon risks
which remain 'undetermined, mined, and are outstanding at the
time of deciaifog such Dividend, shall not be considered
As part 9f the profits of said Corporation, or divided
PERPETUAL or LimitED INSURANCES - made
..11 every description of property; in Town and Country,
for Owners, Mortgages, Ground,- Landlords, &c., '&c.
Rates as low as are consistent with secntliY.
Slice their Incorporation, a period 'of thirty _yearn,
they hive , paid over TOUR: MILLI.BNS OP DOLLARS
LOSSES BY -FMB, thereby affording evidence of the
Advantages of Ipstirtince. os well at the ability and dia•
position to meet with promptness all liabilities.
LOSSES EY FIEE.
Lome paid daring the year 1862
Charles N. Bancker, David S. Brown, •
Tobin Wagner, Isaac Lea,
. Simnel Grant. . ; Edward . Dale, •
Jacob R... Smith, George Pales,
George W. Richards, Alfred Pitler.
CHARLES .BA ECK President.. "
EDWARD C. DALE, Vice President.
WAttisnn, Bec'y pro tem. . -
.I* -- Application made to DAvin OAKS. of Ohembe:s
nrg, who -is an authorised Agent Tor this Company
.ither Personally or by letter, will meet with attention.
rrh 4. it- 3.
INSURAN CE COMPANY OF
NORTTI AMERICA. INCORPORATED,I7O4. •
'RPETUAL CHARTER. CAPITAL - $5OO ropo.
OVTICI—NO.= WALNUT Sistrr, Ptamanstrats.
. Company are now prosecuting the boldness of
mance from Loss or Damage by FIRE on Buildings,
Merchandise, Furniture, throughout the State of
Pennsylvania. on LIBERAL TER3I: 4 , • for long inofishort •
permds 1 or permanently on Buildings, , by a deposit of ,
Thkramaq PAINTIM of Crams for LosSES during the
periodof nearly SEVENTY YEARS that the Company has
been In existence, entitles them to the ccoilidenee' of the
- Arthur G. Collin, -
John A. Brown,
Richard D. Wood,
William R. 800 en,
CHARLES PLAIT, Seey: 'ARTIIIM G. COFFIN, Pres.
WJI. BiIREILEI2," antra/ Agent at Harrisburg, FAA,,`
' 0. RDED, Chambersberg, Pa., is the author.:
iced Agent of the Insurance Company of North Amer
ea, and is always prepared to give any infort*ttion de
aired. tind to take Insurances. .
' RIMEENCNS--Charles H. Taylor and John D. Grier,
Egg's., Chambershurg.- ' oet 2.1 'B3-tf
(BUR AGENT.—MB. Joriri GuovE;
j of Chatnberetpurg, ie the, General Agent of the
Franklin County Mutual Insurance Company.
June 1.76'83. - z•WAt. kieLELLAR.
TrO THE, PUBLIC GENERAL_LY.
011AllBERSBURG FOUNDRY. • .
Tire undersigned takes this 'method td Inform the 'pall*
that be has taken the FOUNDRY so long carried - on by
Wm. Seibert, with all the PATTSRNS connected there•
with, where he purposes continuing the business, and izt,
now pr-epused to make - '
ALL KINDS , 01' CASTINGS
that may be wanted by te community. Particular at
tention will be paid to making hnd keeping on hand ev
ery description of PLOWS, CASTINGS, WAGON BOX
ES, Lc. -
Alt kinds Of Castings made to, order. . • • '
New Plows, of dlif, , rent patterns, always on hand of
made to order. .
OLD METAL taken in, trade, for which the ttighest,
price will be given.
By devotinghimself attentively to business he hopes
to merit and receive a share of public patronage..
J , ne17,'63. ' ABRAHAM METZ.
NE" MARBLE YARD.-The
undersigned respectfully announces to the citlibiss
of Praarlin enmity that he has opened a .New 'Marble
Yard in the room formerly occupied by Dr. Hamilton,
directly opposite J. Nixon's Drug Store, Mait9tre4tti,
in the Borough of Chambershurg, wherette will keep ort
hand or make to order s7l articles in his line of business, -
such as MONUMENTS, TOMBS and IIEAD.STONES,
MANI LES, TABLE & STAND T08.1.-&c., manufactured
from the very beat Foreign and Domestic
Ile respectfully solicits a call from t host istoimay heirs
Want of any . article in , the above line. " He is confidant in ,
hie ability to satisfy who may be pleased to - patronize
hum, either as regards his prices, or the quality, beauty,
and chasteness of hie work, !
July 8,'63 _ i 0011 NA. GROTE..
e ! ,74
At A yearl At 7 year At 10 yenr
I Rata.' Rates. I s Rateo.,
6400,00 1285 00 -s2oo 00 ,
800 00 671 IA 4011 00
Janice N. Dickson,
B. Morris Vialb,
John Sisson. '
Francis IL Cow, ,
Vdivird EC. Trotter,
• lidwani 8. (Uric.
8 r),5,8:34 03
9•24,f66 i I
84,625 . 99 -
.. 1.549 50
.. 75.312 u.. 1
5'4,.30 ‘ ;110 39