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A.LTIM ORE LOCK&OSPITAL
Da. fiNS• N, the . founder of this Celebrated
4tatiou,n ur [be ini.d4t certain, speedy, and only
uffectddi :who in 00 world for tileets, Structures.
Sill tibial We ihness.l , tin in the Loins, Constitutional Dei•
bilitYi hupote‘ce, we.tk ,,,,, of the Back ana Limbs.
Aifstaidus ofl the Kidneys, Palpitatiodof the Heart,
Disirepsia, Nervous Irritability, Diseases of tho Read,
Tt.r .at, Nose l o r Shin: and all those serious and Inelan
lat . 1 1 , tibordei•s arising front the destructive habits of
Youth, which dest roy Ibith body and mind. These secret
sp.! solitary Practices are more fatal to-their victims
•ug of the Syreits to the mariner Ulyesus,
tti i a ;ht. t l i a te s
thi t ir mo,st brilliant hopes, or acticipations
**adoring marriaie.itc...imPossibio. •
y oun g Nen eip °chilly, who Lava become the Tic ilms
of Solitary Tice,that dreadful and nestructive habit
which annitaly .4 weeps to an untimely grave thousands
of young melt
of the most exalted talent and brillian
deflect, who mi;ltt otherwise have entranced listening
- the thunders of eloquence, or waked to
eiti,isay the living lyre: may call w ith full confidence.
named persons, or young men contemplating mar
stage, b ring aware of physical weakness, organic debility,
deformities, &c., should immediately consult - Dr. Johns
Ile who places hiniselfnilder the care of Dr. Johnston
may rei.igiouttly confide in hihlionor as a - gentleman,and
oet4deritly 'rely upon hie Alan as a physician.
txxstaVrELY CURED AND TOLL VIGOR 81STOILID.
this diani3u is the penalty most frequently paid by
Mimic, who have become the victirus of improper radial
ierices. Yoaug persons are too apt to commit excess - ea
from not being aware of the dreadful consequences that':
may eoctie. Now, who that
mill p r etend to deny that the power of Procreation is
lest stoner by those falling into improper habit than by j
Me prudent, airships being deprived of the 'pleasure of!
healthy - offspring, the most merlons and, destructivt
sympathy to mind and body arise. The system become 1
deranged. the physical an i mental powers weakened '
nervous debility. dyspepsia, palpitation of the heart
tndigestion, a wasting of the frame, cough, symptom
iff• consumpi lot,
Office —No. 7 South Frederick Street,
iaaen doors from haltirio , re sliest, East ,side, up thri
Sh e steps. Ire particular in observing the name rind
uumber,or you will mistake the place.-
CURIrWARRANTEO IN TWO DATS-40'
No APrcury or Nauseous Drugs. '
M.yaber v of the Royal ~:ollege of Surgeone, Loudon. gral
from one, of the most eminent Colleges of the
united States. and it he greater part of whose life. Lae
been epent. Lillie hospitals of London. Plrls, Philadei
phis and olseWheri, has effpcthl some of the most aston
I,hin z cures th it wore ever known. Many troubled
with tinging in the head and' ears when asleep. great
nerrousn es.. being alarmed at sudden sounds. and bash.
fellness, with frequent blushing, attended sometimes
=tat derangement of mind. were cured immediately.
A CERTAIN RISEASE!
When the misguided and imprudent votary of plea
awe ands he has imbibed ti emends of this painful dis
speent too Linen happ-us that an ill-timed sense ol
Oh tine, or dread of discovery, deters him frotil - applyink
to those who from education and respectabiltty can
alone Lehi - lend hinyielaying till the Constitutiooal symp
toms of this horrid disease make their appearance, such
as ulcerated hors throatoliseased nose. nocturnal pains
to the head and limbs, dimness'of sight, deafness, nobs
it it thii shin, bones aud arms. blotches on the head fees.
ant extremities. progressing, with frightful rapidity.
till at last the palate - of the mouth or the bones of the
nose Lahti' and the victim of this awful disease becomes
horrid object of non sitis.eration, till d,ath puts a Re
tied to his dreadful sufferings, by senaing him to •qhat
bourne front whence no traveller returns." To such.
therefore, Dr. Johnston pledges himself to prese'rve the
most inviolable secrecy; and from his extensive practiec
ist the first hospitals of Europe and -A merica, he can
a lift lontly revanmend a safe and speedy Mire to the
=fortunate victim of this horrid disease.
It is a,' Mettnelioly ftzt that thousand. rail 'victims t.c
Kilo lwrid disease owing to the unskilfullness of igno
rant preset' lets who by visa of thatdeadful poison,Met
Wiry. ruin the constitution,and either send the unortu•
mate to an untimely grave, or make the residue of life
TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE!
Dr .J. addresses those wild have injured thernselveiby
pri - vate itud improper indulgences. . •
These are some of the sad anti melancholy effects pro
deced by early habits of youth. visa—Weakness of the
Back anti Limbs, Painein the Head, Dimness of Sight,
Lose of '3luseular Power. Palpitation of the Heart, Ilya.
pepsin, Nervous Irritability, Derangement of the Diges.
tire Punetions,Generul Debility,Sytuptotas ofConsunip
Itisaraux,thefeartul effects on the mind are much to
t e dreaded: loss of Nientory, Confusion of Ideas, Deptes
*el of Spirits ' Evil Forebodings. Aversion to Society,
Self-Diitruat. Love of Solitude. t imidity, &c., are some
Olt the evil effects.-
Thousands of persons of all ages can nvw judge what
Wile cause of their declining health, losing their vigor,
pecomin g weak. pale. have singular appearance about
tli e eyes, cough, and symptoms of Consumption.
Da Johnston's Incigca-aging Relnedy for Or
By tide great and i,nportant remedy. Weakness of
Ma Organs is speedily cured, and full vigor restored.
Thousands otthe most nervous and debilitated.wh u
had •loSt nil hope, have seen immediately relieved. All
bnpediments to MArriage. Physical or Mental Disquali
fication. Nervous Irritabilit y. Trembitnß, Weakn eSs or
MV.hanstion of the must fearful kind ,speedily cared by
Vim haTti injured I heiuselves by a cert 4 in pritctiee.ln
dqlgel in when nlone—a habit frequkitly learned fr m
i4nl cnmpnnions , or at school , the effects are nightly
lt, oven whoa aslepp. and if not cured, render ma .-
,Te impossible, 'and deitroys both mind and body.
,told appqy immediately.
What ei.icy that a ymnig man, the hope of his coun•
trlt.the'ilarling, 0 f his e trent s. should ho snatched from
Al prospects awl enjoyments oflife, by the conseipienci
eitilerbttagfrto t ho path of nature. and - indulging in n
o . :rtaiu secret habit. Such persons. before cant a mplat •
dicr.ti Di reflect that a tesand mind and body are the
• ni4st nemsary requisites to promote connubial happi
l i e u ., Indeed. without those. the through life
'becomes a weary pilgrimage. the prQmpect hourly dark,
*is tb the view; the mind becomes shadowed with de
4eplir, and tilled wit Li the melancholy reflection: that
3.14 r, hap pines 3 of another becomes blighted with our
(.:/jTiCk.I4O. 7, SOUTH FP.F;DXRICS.
1 • BALTIMORE.
Via many thousambi cured, at this Institatiori In the
Iptt tlfteen years: and the numerous important surgical
Operations performed 'by Dr.J., witnessed by the re
porters of the papers . an d many othYr persons. notices
•at which have appearmtagain andagain before tliepub.
We, IS a sufficient guarantee to the afflicted. •
D, There are so many ignorant ait worthless
tiCks advertising themselves as Physkians, ruining
1110 health of the already afflicted. Dr. Johnston deems
IT 'necessary to say to those unacquainted with his rep
utation, that his Diplomas hangin his office.
Sir TAME Nome—All letters must be post paid And
**stain a posta,:e m amp for the reply.o no answer will
1300t5 anb „Stets.
EW SHOE STCIRE.—The Sub
_ scriber takes this motho<l of informing the citi-
zens of Chambersburg and % icinity. that he has l ust
Tee-armed from Philadelphia with an ENTIRELY NEW
• STOCK of Boots and Shoes, of every variety, stile and
- ;Nuncio. and of the best manufactures.
• Ko has no did Shopkeepers on hand. ills whole itock
le new. , Nano him a call—you can easily suit yourself.
He Invites the Ladies. especially:to call, as he will take
' pleasure in showing his goods. Store in the room- fur
; ' utterly occupied by Frederick Smith. Esq.,as a Lai , Office,
And more recently used for the purpose by Geoige Eys
-Ipr, Esq., two doorrNorth of Fisher's Ilotel,MainSti eet,
qltambersburg. Pa. 1
Ills large and well selected stock,be,being a practical
Shimmaker, consists of Ladies' Gaiters, Boots, Slippers
• fail Buskins; Misses' and Children's Boots and Shoes;
' , ligintlernerfallai ters. Slippers. Boots and Brogans.
, pp not forget the place. No trouble to show Goods at
• M'S NEW STORE, two doors North of Fisher's Hotel,
/Loin Streeet, Chitu bet - aline& Pa.. by
' June 17 .1862: • PETER FELB3f AN.
ALL AND SEE !-THE UNDER
SIGNED announces to his numerous friends and
stomers.that he dontinnes to manufacture te order,
OW keeps on hand a. full And complete - assortment of
various qualities and styles of SIDES and GAITERS,
f'lr Ladles, Misses and Children. His assortment of
MOTS, SHOES. kc., for Alen and Bops' wear is cow
-4 oete. to which he respectfollyinrites attention. Work
all kinds made to order. 16 a ; neat and durable man
ner. and et short notice. Call and seebeforepurchasing
itsewherd and he will satisfy pitrchasers that he sells at
Teri , small profile for Cash. Dhn't forget the piece—
areartf riooelto Rutz k Keefer's Store. Chambersburg,
GEORGE LERNER. •
lIIf 0. AOPSIX(4.
, OIEN C. .IIOPkINS & CO.
t4ELINA, GLASS AND QITEENSWARE,
NO. 612 MARKET'STREET. P lIILADILI.R LI;
Per further particular. apply t* 6. 11. 84RTOOK
illhafperebtirk,Ps - faep.2l-17.
Ellattbro anZI 303eltg.
F 4 AIJGHLINTBAUGII'S
MAIN STREET, AD.TOINLNG THE POSTOFFIM
Tha underalkned would respectfully call attention is
hie present stock conslatiog of
Vi r -ATCIIXS,
loll] and Si ' ver of American and_European Marinfarjhma
of all qnalities and styl es and it the lowest prices.
In great variety. Parlor, Mantel, Office, Le., dm.
The newest and most desirable styles of Onyx. Coral ant
Pearl, Gold Chains, Bracelets. Finger Rings. Gyld
Thimbles, Sleeve Buttons, Necklaces, Armlets ' ,
Masonic & Odd Fellows Breast pins, &c.,&c.
MOURNING AND JET JEWELRY.
A splendid stock and newest styles.
SILVER AND PLATED WARE.
Consisting of Tea Bets, Casters, Mogs, Spoons, cork e, ghb
From the best and moat celebrated manufactories
FANCY GOODS. • ••
A very large and attractive stock.
CUTLERY AND . POCKET KNIVES
Rodgers superior Pcn Bnit , ea of different qUalitte4
• and prices.
GOLD, SILTED AND STEEL SPECTACLES.,
The long experience of the undersigned in the eel ectkel
and adaptation of Glasses, enables him to suit them flo
any sight. lk
At no time have the'people of this county fuul a mere
attractive and extensive-Stock to select from than is now
presented at the establishment of the undersigned.
Every article is new and of the latest style - and will tpe
sold at the very lowest price. Au examination is solicit
ed before purchasing elsewhere.
Repairingdone at the shortest notice by ammo
ten t and skilful workmen.
- B. AUGIIINBAUGH,
Sept 23] 24 door Souther Post Office. Chandeg. Da.
CCH -R ISTAL A S : AND BRIDAL
PRESENTS. ' HENRY HAMM,
No. 520 ARCH STREET, PIMA DELPIIIA.
has alwayn a large stork of
WATCHES,for Ladies and 'Nentlenten—in Gold lewd
FINE JEWELRY, of the meet faebiohahlestyled.
SOLIDSILYER.W ARE, in great variety. and
TAR'S Linperior Plated Spoons. Forks, ete. t etio.
Sept 30-401 _
eapo anb ,furs.
F ANCY- FURS! FANCT. FURS!!
/18 Areh St., below Bth south .side, Phihta.
Importer. Manufacturer of and Dealer in all lands frf
FANCY FURS ! fur Ladies' and Children's Wear.
I wish to return my thanks to my friends of Franklin
and thesurrotinding Counties, for their very liberal pat
ronage extended to meditriupt the last few years, itud
would say to them that I now have in store, of my,rAwn
Impoitation and Manufacture a verb extensive usprt
merit of all the different kind 4 and qualities of FANPY
FURS, for Ladt.s and Children, that will be worn during
the Fall and Winter seasons. ,
Being the direct Importer-9f all my Furs from Europe,
and having them all Manufaetnred under myoon super
vision—enables male offer inylcustomers and the public
much handsomer Set ofytt es for the same money.
Ladies plea-e give me a call before purchasing ! Pleano
remember the-name, number and street.
Sept 9-5 m - No. 719 Arch St.. Philadelphia.
GREAT BARGAINS IN LADIES'
FIIRS.—I have a large and well selected stork of
Ladies' Furs. consiating aT Mink. Sable, Stone Mart.n.
German Fitch. American Fitch. Liberian Sin Irrel. French
Squirrel. French Sable. French Mink, Water Mink, and
Silver Martin, which ram Selling at lower prices than
they can be purchased fur in Philadelphia. Call and ex
amine before purchasing elsevrhereot the old hat, Cap,
and Fur Store of J. L. PECII}RT.
TOW IS THE TIME TO 'GET
TAllGAlNS.—Splentlid Muffs, only t... 3 50 at the
cheap lint, Cap and Fur Store uS J. L. DECIIERT.
GREAT BARGAINS IN FURS:-
Only $9 fora full set of La:lies Furs.at
2usticrs of the Vea
TITSTICE OF T.lls PEACE.-1.1.
B. DAVISON. Justic , of the Peaee—Cffice immediate
ly ()Hoeft° t Indian Queen Hotel." All business en
trwited to hie-care shall receive prompt attention. In
strument; of Writing, of all kinds, drawn , up in a Satis
factory manner. 3 nue 17.'63.
pHAAIMAN, Justice_of the Peace,
- I , Chamberehurg, Pa. ()Mee on East Market street
opposite the Court Hence, in the utfme formerly occupied
by A.. K. McClure. Prompt attention given to every
thing in the line of a Magtstrate and Scrivener.
sept 9,'53-tf. ,
SCHENCK'S P ULNfONIC YRUP
kiIENCK'S PULMONIC SYRUP
SCHENCK'S PULSIONIC SYRUP
SCHENCK'S PULMONIC SYRUP
ectivicrcs SEA WEED TON/6
, Ns - ILL CURE
SCHENCK'S SEA WEED TONIC
SCHENCK'S SEA WEED TONIC
SCHENCK'S SEA WEED TONIC
BCRENCH'S MVIDIOCE PILLS
SCIIENPE'S MANDRAIIE PILLS
SpENCKS' MANDRAKE FILLS
SCIIENCK'S MANDRAKE PILLS
, war. COSH .
DR. J. H. SCEIENCK.has a large Suit ofßooras atNo
32 BOND STREET, M' YORE, wlierehecan be found
every Tuesday, Irom 9 A. M., to 3 I'. M , and Lt :No. 39
NORTH BIXTiI STREET, PIiILADELPIIIA, PA.,
Ile keeps nlarge supply of medicines at his rooms,
which can be had at all times. Those wishing advice or
examination of the Lungs will do welEto call on him ae
above. lie makes no chargefor advice, but for a thor
ough examination with the gespirometer, his price is
Malay persons are afraid to have their lunge examined
by Dr. Schenck for fear that they will be found limnfa
hie, and by that means it is put off until it is too late.
How much better it would be to know their condition
at once, as by abundance of widen ce, Dr. S. has shown
sufficient certificates in this city that he has cured ad
vanced stages of Consumption.
DR. §CHENCR'S Principal Office is No. 30 North
Sixth Street, Philadelphia, Pu., where letters for advice
should always be directed.
Price of the PULMONIC SYRUP aim Sea WIND Tomo
each $ per bottle, or $5 Me half dozen:. MANDIULE
Plus, 25 cents per box.
For Sale by all DRUGGISTS and STOREKEEPERS.
tranktin iltpositorn, /December 23, 1:113.
13tp, ant( Sang Goats,. •
F,kLL AND WINTER GOODS.!
EYSTER & BRO.
I• - •
Ilave just returned from the East, with a large and
varied stock of seasonable Dry Goods, all of
which we will dispoSe of at a small
• advance on cost. *hat we "
have now on hand
was purchased previous to
regard to the present Eastern prices. which
on many articles is full as high as our retail prices
Ladiis Cloths. all colors and shades. from $1 ,50,
to S 6 00.
75 Ladies;Clonks just reeeiTerl, of vaiions styles
l and patterns—from $B, to $26
I - KID GLOVES:
Good Bide, Embroidered. 75 cents': better fatality
$1 00; Jouvintr, $l-25; .Alcxanders. $1 50.
The latter makes are the best im-
ported. .Also, klarge lot
of Fancy Gloca.
Weha.t a fresh• lot of the eolebrateciG. N. B.
Corsetts-20 bones the very best imlntsfae-
nied. and which we warrant to
fit, and give satisfaction.
assortment of Ladiee and Chi'dream'
ROCHA SHAW LS; 4
Just from Auction.
L I IN
Item-etlehed, and Plain, which defy eomp!tition
- )1 1 017RNING qoons
Crape Veils, all prices; Lapo Veils, do.; Bona
Aipbeas: 1-4 De Laines, 6-4 De
Lainee; Cithorre: Crape Collar!;
i I -
and ererything desirable
B=4 Pe Lainea and Cashmeres ; Long Thibet, all
pHs e; . Long Repp Sh awls—beau tifulkoodg.
16.18, and 25 eentg. De
„.- Laines, Fancy and plain;
1 Cfohures,and French !defined!:
FURS! FURS !1 FURS!!! FIRS!!!!
IN hive just opened a Mtge assortment of Furic
among which may be found
RUSSIAN SQUIRRELL CAPES AND MUFFS,
}RUSSIAN MARTIN CAPES AND MUFFS,
! FRENCH SABLE CAA'ES AND MUFFS,
HUDSON BAY CAPES AND MUFFS,
FITCH. CAPES AND MUFFS,
All of which wo will sell ae low. as can be had from
In enclusion we would say, that all the goods we
tiave are for salo—and at prices as low as
they can be had this side of New
York, We make but one
price, and that
tho same to all Customers.
whether judges of goode or not. Drop
slid look at the stock before holing elsewhere
04.144( RTSTBR 1 BRO.
*toties anti Flintert
JACOB B. MILLER, ''
MAIN STREET-4 Doo r . Snuth of the Diamond,
w ou ld respectfully invite the attention of the pals-
lie to his large and well selected stock of
• TIN and -
He has now the largest and bm=t.assortinent of
GA% BURNERS and
ever offered Ii Franklin count,'
constantly on hand of all sizes, and the best ma
The largest assortment,thel heaviest iron and th.
best made in'the county
Alen—A lorie stock of
made of the beet material and in a workmanlike
manner. As he is a PRACTICAL WORK
MAN, and has had many years ex
perience in the business, he
feels confident that he
can give general
RO9 t'lN6r - , *SPOUTING, &e.,
made and Put up at the shortest notice. Partien-
lar attention paid to all kinds of
MENDING AND JOBBING
Call and look through our stock and get the prices
as our motto is
"Small Prylts, Quick Sales and Good Value."
J ACOB B. MILLER,
Four Doors South of the Diamond
HOUSEKEEPERS, READ !—Gal
-I„rgh+.l-4 Sunrise elir-Tight!---A New Flat Top
COO STO YE. The plates are veiy heavy, and the
whole t tcive is finished in a superior manner. I Witt mut
this Stove to be superior to any FlArTop Stove note in
the irTitrket. and respectfully i nvitemy friends and the
public to call and examine this Stove, of which there
are several sizes.
I hove also a 'great variety of other COOKING
STuTP.,Z of every style; PARLOR STOTES,new and
fienntital patterns, together with a heavy stock or -
SrtiVES for Churches, S tures. Offices, Uotels.A:c.
• _ JOHN 6. LUDWIG,
Wholenle and Retail Dealer in
srorEs. TIN al ND COPPER WARE.
N. 13.—1 have been appointed Sole Agent for Gallo.
ghee! , Celebrated SutariseAir-TightCook Stovein Chum
beniburn. Pa. - June 17, 1.51:3.
T ETTER,ITAMILTON & CO'S .
Greet Stove and Tin Ware Store, corner of the
"amond:ean be seen the largest .best, and cheapest
stack of 1160411 in Chambersburg. They have COOK
'LNG STOVES for Wood and Goal, of latestpatternq and
all sizes. at fair ptices. [June 17.1863.
QPOUTIN.G DONE AT SHORT
NOTTCE, of first rate material and cheap. ,
;All work warranted.and cheaper than can be bonglii
elsewhere in the County. Call and see for your
at ETTER,TIAMILTON d CO'S.
• nearly opposite OA e Bank.
TTTER. II AMILTON & CO. are
prepared to prtt, tip the best LIGHTNING RODE
t cheap rates.
ALWAYS ON HAND, A LARGE
rtegorttnent of the very beet Tin, .Inpan tied ane
Copperware, &c., sold low at
ETTER. HA MILTON & CO'S.
lALL WORE WARP,ANTED, and
cheaper then can be bought. elsewhere iu th.
county. Come and see—then buy. at
ETTER. EIIMILTON k OWS.
riALL FOR PARLOR AND DI
iINO ROOST co3K STOVES. They ere_ piletty
good and cheer— " ET i ER,I AM LION & CO'S.
• • A few doors front Shryock's Bobk Store.
TO THE PUBLIC 6 . -ENERALLY.
- CHAMBER:Mt:MI FOUNDRY.
undersigned takirs , thiii niellied to infirm the publis
that he has taken the FOUNDRY so long carried on by
Wm. Seibert. wftli all the PATTERNS connected there
with:where be purposes continuing the business, and is
now prepared to make
ALL KINDS OF •.,A.STINGS
that may be wanted by the community. Particular eP
tention Will be paid to making and keeping on hand ay.
ery description of PLOWS, CASTINGS, WAGON BOX
ES, 4.c. -
All kinds of Castings made to order.
New Plows, of ditlorent patterns, always on hand • t
made to order.
OLD METAL taken in trade, for which the highest
price will be given.
By devoting himself Attentively to hnsineas he hopea
to merit and receive a share of public patronage.
June '17,433. ABRAHAM METZ.
undersigned respectfully annbunces to the citizens
of Franklin county that he has opened a-New Marble
Yard in the room formerly occupied by Dr. Hamilton,
directly - opposite J. S. Nixon's Drug Store r Main Street,
in the Borough of Chambersburg, where he will kiep on
hand or make to order all articles in his line of business,
such as , MONIIMENTS. TOMBS and MEAD STONES.
MANTLES, TABLE & STAND TOPS, &c., manufactured
Dom the very best Foreign and Domestic Marble.
Derespectfullysollcitsa call from thos°who may bets
want of any article in the above line. He is confident it
hie ability to eatery all who may be pleased to patronise
him, either as regards his prices, or the quality, beauty.
and chasteness of his work.
July 8,'63.. . -JOHN A. GROVE.
EDERAL HILL. FOR RENT.--
The undersigned will rent the FEDERAL HILL
lISE, and ground immediately pertaining thereto.
for one or more years from A pril ?text. It is the most
DESIRABLE PRIVATE RESIDENCE for rent in ,the
Borough of Chambersbctrg. The Bones is very eom_
modioue andin excellent order, and there is, very An
Pratt on the lot. [nov2S4f) A. K. McCLIIRK.I
Seris i on & tloujtv agencies.
p3 - OHN PO - VEROY,
. ARMY A.N7) NAVY ACRATZ
204 SOUTH FOURTH STREET,
• - - PHILADELPHIA.
The undersigned, having resigned his position as.Pily
_the U. S.Army, has opened at No 204 SOUTH
FOURTH STREET, au AGENOY FOR PItO I . , ERLNO
P ENSIGNS, and for the collection of Ovsicwas',
and all other Clams against the Government.
My long experience as Paymaster, has given me tutu
- analfaoibtieafar becoming thoroughly aconajnted with
this business in all its details. On the receipt, by Mail.
of a statement of the case of claimants, I will forward
„Alm necessary papers for their 'signature. Personal at.
' tintion will be given to the cases at Washington.
No charge unless successful, when ES will be charged
fur coilectit g all sums under $BO, and $lO on all sums over
!that amount and under V2OO. Larger clahus taken on.
.sPecial arrangement. Fees in Pension Cases as fixed' by
INFORMATION FOR AND _I,Y6TRUCTIONS TO
Ali Soldiers of the present war, who have served two
„years, and Soldiers discharged for wounds received ig
battle, without reference to time of service, are entitled
besides their regular pay, to $lOO Bounty. ,
In case Soldiers or Seamen are discharged for disabaity
or -wounds received while inVic eertrice, they are entitled
to a Pension according to the disability.
In case of the death of the Soldier before dischargeil
I hrongh disease contracted, or wounds received while in
service, his widow is entitled to receive the $lOO Bounty,
besides arrearages of pay and pension during herlifeiinis
If the Soldier die after diecbarge,from disease con
' t ratted or wounds received while in service, his widow is
entitled te — a pensipn of $96 per annum.
If no widow or minor children, the mother of the Sol
dier or Seaman will recelie 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 same benefits as the widow,
except when the children maybe over thee:lli:of 16 years.
If no widow or ,minor children, the bounty and pay ,
grill descend to the heirs as follows:
First to the liather, second to the Mother, third to the
Brothers and Sisters, and then to the next of kin.
Discharged t'saldiers. whose clothing account was nn
fettled at,the tithe of discharge, can recover any balance
hie them; if the Company books are not 'destroyed. To"
iraw this balance, write to your Captain for a descrip
; :ire list, showing Clothing account, and forward it to me
1, with your preliminarysbatement, giving also the date of
Soldiers, who eerved with the nine months' volunteers,
lin recover ssi bounty and premium, without regard to
,line of service, if)hey have not already received it.
Soldiers who wore prisoners in the South, and Soldiers
who were absent tin sick furlough, are entitled to coin
notation fl rations.
i In comnihnicatint with this office, state the nature of
sour claim folly, and give the Compahy and Regnnent t o
r which you or the Soldier for, whom you claim belonged, l l l
as well as your present Post Office aduress.'
REF'ERENCEB. • -
His Excellency innazw G. CURTIN, satrVitrnor of Penn
RtON. SEHON Caisziteit,llarrisburg.Pa. .
lION. JOSEPH CASEY, Chief Justice of the Court of Claims;
; • iWashingtou. ; - •
Flow. E. H._ Bwoosx, Chief Clerk of Pay Department,
ltoll. EDWARD MCPHERSON, M. 0.. Washington.
P. STERRIT, President Judge, Dilitriet Courts
110 w. A. K. McCtunt,Chambersbnigi - Pa.
i10N.T110516.8 A. SCOTT, Vice President Penn'a Rail Road.
How. Wniams B.Tnommi; Collector of the Port, Phliad'ai
MN: C. Post Master, Phits,d.,:lphia.
DREXEL & CO.,BOIRkPPS, Ph ila del phia.
,IAIIES1113:1LAP, president of Union Bank. Philadelphia
BULUTT & FAIRTHORNE. Attornies, -
RIEGEL, WEIST & ERVIN, Merchants,
Canto, KNEEDLER & CO. Merchants,
PRITCHETT, BALED & CO., -
OAVID FAUST & Co., Merchants,
Brsiwicrw S. JAISNr.I - , Jn. 14 Co.. Merchants, "
CHARLES E. MORGAN & CO, Merchants, If
/ATWOOD, WHITE k. Co., Merchants, It
- JOHN M. PUMROY,
No. 204 South Fourth Street.
\ OOOKING STOVES
June 17, '1143-tf.
I DENSION, BOUNTY AND - WAR
CLAIM AGENCY.—Pensions-Procured for Soldiere
of the present war who are disabled by reason of wounds
received:or disease contracted, while iu the service of the
' United States; and Pensions, $lOO Bounty, and Armars
id Pay obtained for widows or heirs of those who hats
flied or been killed while in service. '
Feb. 2 ,'63-1y
WESTERN HOTEL, West. Market
St., Near the Bridge, Chambersburg, Pa.
The subscriber would respectfully inform the Travell
ing community that he has purchased and taken posses
don of this hotel. lie hopes to make it ono of the most
desirable places for strangers and others to stop . at that
can be found in any country town. -
HIB TABLE will at all times be spread with the lux
uries arid substantials of the season.
HIS CHAMBERS are large, veliventilated, tuadtltted
ep Ip.modern style.
ISIS BAR will be well supplied with a large andchoice
selection of the very beet liquors.
MS STABLE will always , be provided with good
wholesome provender for stock, and attended by careful
No pains will be spared to render entire satisfaction to
all his guests', and pleding himself to endeavor to please
he solicits a liberal share of thepnblic patronage.
Juno 17, '63. JOHN MILLER
:lON HOTEL.—This Hotel is
,N Usituated on the coiner of /lain and Queen Streets,
near the Diamond .in the Boroiigh ofehambersburg,Pa.
- The undersigned respectfully announces to the travel
ing public that this Hotel has been reniodled. It has
been raised to THREE STORIES In height. A Rue
three story Back Building has been added to it, giving
en immence amount of room for the accommodation of
the public generally. The rooms are large and comfort._
,ble. numbering in all. thirty-five. They: are all well
- urnished with GOOD NEW FURNITURE. Persons
topping at this Hotel can have either double or single
001118, with or without fire in them. The Table is, al
vays supplied with the BEST IN THE MARKET, and
vi]!seat ever 100 persons.
The Bar is filled with the CHOICEST LIQUORS. The
Itable is two.stories,ofthe moat modern style, and the
'est in the Borough of Chambensburg.
June 17 ,'63. JOHN FISHER .Proprietor.
FRANKLIN HOTEL—West side of
the Public Square,ChambersburePa.
The subscriber would respectMly inform the Travel
og Community that he has leased and taken possession
d' this Commodious Hotel. He hopes to make It one -et
he mostdesirable places for strangers and others to
-top. that can be found in any country town.
HIS TABLE will at all t imes be spread with the lax
arks and subetantials of the season.
HIS CHAMBERS aro large, well ventilated,and fitted
ip in modern style.
HIS BAR will be well suppliedwith a argeand choice
'election of the very; best Liquors.
, HIS STABLE will always be provided with good
wholesome provender for stock, and attended by careful
No pains will be spared to render entiretatisfaction to
all his guest; and pledging himFelf-to endeavor to please
sil.he solicits a liberal share of the public patronage.
June 17,'113. -DANIEL TROST LE.
' WHITE SWAN HOTEL, Chain
Having purchased this well-known llotel.(long known
se Stiller's. and recently as Waist & Grove%) the Prepri--
star pledges himself that no pains shall be spared to
minister to the wants of his guests.
The character heretofore sustained by the llonse as
comfortable Home for the Sojourner, shall not suffer in
my hands ifa contain' t effort to please and acciimmodat
will sustain it. Toe proprietor, therefore, elicits a
continuance of the liberalpatronage heretafore extend.
ed to the" White Swan."
In addition to large Stabling, he has TWO LOTS and
a pair of HAT and STOCR SULTS for the. accommodative
of 'Drovers and Butchers.
June 17,1863 MICHAEL GROVE.
CoYE - ILLY & HUTCHISON
ki Rare become the Proprietors of the UNITED
'STATE'S HOTEL; near the 'Railroad Depot at 'HARRIS;
BURG, Pa. This popular. and commodious Hotel he*
been newly refitted and furnished througnout its - par•
lore and chambers, and is non ready for the reception
The travellingpnblic will find the United States Hotel
the most convenient, in all particulars, of any Hotel in
the State Capital, on account of its -access to the rail.
roadbeing inunediatelyhetween the two great depot*
in this city. LHAnniastno, June 17 -
Jam- Waynesboro' Record, Msrcersbnrg Journal, and
Green Castle Pilot, copy 3m„ and charge Repository.
INDIAN QUEEN HOTEL, Main
Street, Chambersburg, Pa. JOHN WV; TAYLOR,
Proprietor. Fine accommodations and low charges.
rYir Stock Yards and Scales are connected with the
premises for the convenience of Dreyer!. -Also—Exten
sive stabling and yards for Horses and Carriages. _
IMPORTANT' TO THE PUBLIC.
The Grover & Sakai, S.M. Co., mannfactnre is
ition totheir celebrated Grover & Baker STITCH
MACHINES, the most perfect SHUTTLE or "LOCK
gITCH":MACIIINES in the market, and afford pnr
artier:li theopportunity of selecting, after trial and ea
amination of both, the one belt suited to their wants.
.11. E. HOKE, N. B. corner of the Diamond. Chars"
hinroborg,Agent. Call andexaminetp amachiner.
JOHN B. ORB, Claim Agent.
A MERICAN-UFE INSURA CB
- - AA-D
Soutlpeasteorner of Walnut and Fourth Street*, Phila.
erelphia. incorparaterilso. Charter Perpetual.
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL, $600,000 00. PAID ISP
CAPITAL, 3480,000 ASSETS, 51,897,746 60.
Inaures lives during - natural -life, or for short
terse; grants arnitirrt t 4nd endowments, and makes
contracts of all kinds. Feuding on the issues of lifts..
- assn U. 9 Ex.etutots. Trustees and Guardians.—
Policies of Life Insurance insnredat the usual mutual
rates of other good COUlpitUU94—Witif profits to the In.
eared—last Bonus. January, 1861. being 4$ per sent.
of alt premiums r”ceived -on -mutual policies at joint
elect rates, 20 per cent. leo than the above.
NON-FOEFEIT URI: PLAN.
By'which a person pop for 5,7, or 10 years only,whota
the Policy is patd up for lffe, and nothing more to pa:. ,
and should be be unable,Mr wish to discontinue Boone) ,
tbeCompany wilt issue a paid-up policy in proportko
to the amount of premiums paid, as follows:
I At 6 year I At 7 year 1 At 1.1:1:it,,r
Rates. Rates. I Rate,
After pay - Mont of ,
the annual prerei- , _ .
uma (on policy at
$1000) for *0 00 $283 00 $2OO f, , ,
Ou pay't of 4 empire. 4300 00 371 40 ' 400 IA
'• 6 .•,—"—,-
~- 1 , ' •MI 10
14 g u 4 -.
Annual premium4or $lOO. -
NON-AO/Tr/WO TEN •:.TE 4R RA 7'E.
Age 20, '''- ' .41......v.6 - 030 56
• • '- 34 00
" 30, 'l' 38 40
a 36, ' 3840
a,, 4 0 , --4 T Oa' -
41 , 45, •-,-, 53 441
44 50, 60::6
Insurance may be effected, giving to any-p Arty, or ;I* , .
death of life insured, a certain yearly income by endow
ment for life, thus avoiding ail contingencies of inveat-
Mg tbe same, and may be double or treble the yearly
ALEXANDRA WIIILLDIN, President.
SADIERL WORK, Fici-Presidetic.
JOHN S. WIT.RON, .. - Secrs'fary'and Treasurer.
BOARD OF fRIISTEES.
Alexander Whißani; J. Edgar Thompson,
non. Jnmes Pollook, lion. Joseph Allison,
Albers , O, Roberts, - Jonas Bowman,
Samuel T. Bodine, IL H. Eldridge,
Geor&Nugent, John A lkman,
Wm. j•Moward, • Chas. F. Ifeatlßt.
J. P. BIRD, M.D., I J. NEWTON. WALKER, M. D.
In attendance at the 'Conipany'e office daily, at I:2
WISI.G. REND, Chamberebnrg, Ya., is the author/7"i
gent of the American Lite Insurance and Trust Con.-
any, and is ah4ays prepared to furnish pamphlets or
any information wanted, and to take-Insurances. -
DR. J. C. RICHARDS., Medics/ Examiner,.
NEF,ERENCRS—IIon. A. K. McClare. Ilev.S. J.Nle.
coils, J. S. Nixon, Chamberiburg, and Wm.ikt. Marshal
Cashier /lager. town Btaik.. oct 21,83-if
FRAN-R-TIN INSURANCE CO3l-
ioANY OP PHILADELPHIA, No. 936 and 43i"
Unexpired Temporary Premiums
Totnl , 2,392,116.39
StateMenVot the Assets of the Company on January 1.
First Mortgages. amply secured $1,993,931-48
Real #:state, (present value $135.322.47.) cost 128.90
Zeempcirary Leans, on ample Collateral :teen
Stocks (present value $88,365 18,) test,
Nate's, and Bills receivable
Advance In value of Ilenl_Estate over met., D. 351 10
Advance in value of Sll.cke over c0et.......... I:. 474', I
i,2,4102 7 118 se
-,The only Profits.from kreminme which ibis Cote
piny can divide by law, are from Ricks which have been
Extract from the Charter of the Cbmpany..
"gut the moneys received as pi - MI . 1;11ms upon' rha •
which k'emain undetermined, audais utitstaimibk.st
time orileciaring such Dividend, Shall nob be ,iineideri I;
as part'of the profits of said Corporation, or divided
or LIMITED INSURA NCES. mid-
on every description of property. in Town and Country.
for Owners, Mortgages. Ground. Landlords,
Rates as low as aro consistent with security.
Since their Incorporation, a period of thirty years,
they have paid over &OUR 31ILLIONS OF DOLLARS
!JOSSES -BY FIRE, thereby affording eridence of IL«
advantages-of Insurance, as well as the ability and die ,
itemition to nidiit with promptness all Biallitioo.
LOSSES BY FIRE.
Lamer paid se9,7eB
, Cbarles N. %licher, I Dtivid S. Brown,
Tobias Wagner, Isaac Lea ;
Serene/ Grant. Edward C. Dale,
Jacob R. Smith, I
George Fates, _
George W. Richards, Alfred Filler.
CHARLES N. DANCE R% President.
EDWARD C. DALE, Vice President.
,Jas.W.ld'Azustua, Sec'y pro tern. •
fFir Application made to DAVID OAKS. of Chambers
burg, who is an authorized Agent for the Compeer
either personally or by letter, will meet with attenthail
1- INSURANCE COMPANY OF
NORTH AMERICA. INCORPORATED 1794.
RPETUAL Chill R-2'ER. CAPITAL $5OO 000.
Ormeif—No. 232 WALRUT STREET, PRILADIELPRIk.
This Company are now prosecuting the bneiness of In
gamma from Loss or Damage .by FIRE on Buildings.
Merchandise, Furniture, ko.. throughout the State a.
Pennsylvania, on LIBEIiAL TERMS, for long or short
periods; or permanently on Buildings, bycs deposit of
The PROMPT Peviimvt of CLAIMS for Losses during- the
period of nearly SETENTX YEARS that the Cempany has
been in existence, entitles them to the confidence of the
Arthur 1. Coffin, James N.lfickson,
Samuel %%Jones, &Morrie Waln, .
John A. Brown, John Mason.
Charles Taylor, George L. Harrison,
Ambrose,Whlte, Francis R. Cope,
John R. Neff, Edward IL Trotter, -
Richard D. Wood, Edward S. Clarke.
William Welsh, _ William Cummingit
William E. 'Bonen. ,
CHARLES PLAIT, Seery. A RTIIIIR G . COFF IN, Pres.
IPM. BUEHLER, Central Agent at Harrisburg, Pa.
WM G. REED, Chambersburg, Pa., is the suthos
!zed Agent of the Insurance Company-of North Ameri
ca, and is always prepared to give any information de
al red, and to take Insurani es. - - '
RF.FERENCES—CharIea ll.raylor and John Di Grier.
Ego' S.. Chambereburg. oct 21'634f
OTJR JOIN GROv
of Chambersburg: is the General Agent of tbie
Franklin County Mutual Insurance Company.
June 17.'63. 2deLELLAN.
ROOFING Ready to naa *Wm,
.400F.ING more durable than 'Tin.. •
BOOFING at haif the cost of Tin.
- R 00171 311 for Steeper Plat ROO%
' FOR . BARU,
FOR- ALL BUILDINGS I - •
This Roofing is matte of the heaviest woven fabric arm
used for the purpose.—Manufactured splely kr ourselves
and secured by Patent.
Put up in rolls and shippeclto all parts of the coanber,
and usually for Sale by hardware merchants and buildiell.
It can be applied by any common workman.
We also manufacture. 1 -
LIQUID GLITTA PERCIA CEII4NT,
LEA-K,Y TIN BOGESI
CHBAPES THAN OIL PAINT,
" HE TIER BODY THAN OIL PAINT. -
MORE DURABLE THAN OIL PAINT.
It forme a pormanetly adhesive, elastic coating one
the whole surface of the tin, filling (Tali die manlier
DAVID Ef. ItUTCEII.SO:I
, And often seeing the expense of a new roof.
GUTTA PERCHA CEMENT .
is especially , adapted to repairing - -
LEAKY SHINGLE ROOFS,
de., de., de.
mos tw thick, totiaelouS compound, applied with
trowel or similar instrument, and dors not dry up_ aid
crack, as do all other articles used for this,nurpose.
• CIRCULARS'AND SAMPLES • •
Of the Ready Rooting - sent by mail when desired
Liberal arrangements made with Agents.
READY ROOPING COT,
73 Maiden Lane, Now Ydrit.
2N CENTS will for tho REPO 7 ,1 -
t y EMILY three monthito bo sent to e &Wier f e
.... 84,901 - be
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