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Pit. JULINSON, the foamier of this Celebrated
so,uti,m,:gfers t.ie ik...t certain, speedy.and only,
ettrti ra,nedyla the world tileets, Striirtureo
l e lll
. 5 " 1111 II VV. , . 1 .: 1 15 , 14. Punintne Loins, c...ustitutional Da
Why, im,...Ao4ce;lp.em.ness of the, ilea am. Limbs.
A.facti,..ns' of the Kidney.. Palpitation of the Heart.
ilysouplia.„ Se:vous trrit,iiiiiity, piles.see of the ilmtdp.
X.r.0.t., S ,ee or z-kia t . an d.aril-those serious and utelan
, )1Y die3rdern arig,nc - fcnirk the destructive habits Os
t .ith, waiell dest relpoilt body and min, l. These IS.Crei
On i vollt•sry praltiAs .tre :tore 'haat to their victims
ele., tii4,! I; ~.f the Syrone to the Mariner Uiroms,
bei ;ht lon their most bAlliant herpes, or anticipations
va t •_,, e i ti g marriage.kc ,imaossible. '•
, r ,, ling n e e e•ipeciAlty. who have became the victims
qg Salit.try Vice.that dreatful laud eentructive habit
click mica a ,4weepe.to a untimely grave thousands
R. y o ong men or the inott exalted Went awl brillian
otallect, who nigh t , tthervrise have entrauced I kteming
&writes with the th Indere of eloquence, or waked to
44400 the living lyre: may call `kith toll 60 nfldence.
' MARRIAGE! . . .
Starved venom or young men contemplating mar
~b-ing owareos al Ohysic weaknesa,organle de hit ity;
"mitieh: itc: t eltonld immediately consult Dr. Julius
.llo•whnplaces himself rimier the care of Dr.Joh oaten
troley religicipily confide in his honor as a gentleusan,asid
saitipleutt-y: rely 11/101 his skill aka physician.
iIiCNEDIATE.LT CCRED ANCD FULL VlCiOtt. asrolcsa.
this dißtimie is ihc penalty utast frequently paid by
who have become the victims of improper iudni
falcon. r,,nn- j , towsdris are too apt Co mititenit ezeesom
trout not LMing aware at the dreadful consequences that
milreamM. Sow, who that understands the subj ec t
win pretend to deny that the power of Xtocrest nu is
best thrones by those into improper habit than by
lite prudent, Residua being deprived of the plossore of
ttwiltbv ofripring, the most serious and destructive
~npathyla mind and body arise: The system become
,Teranimil. the physical aui mental powers weakened
aervon, dtlhility , dyspepsia, palpitation of the heart
fuiligms, flea, a wasting of the frame. cough, symp.om
OtNee No. 7 South. ~Fredeiiph. Street,
. , .
Wvan doors from Baltimore street „Eitst side, up tlia
in steps.' De particithr' in observing the mime and
wet calier.or - you wlllmistake the place..
iiip! A 'OMR WARRANTED IN TWO 'DA.YS..dpix
• 2110 Mercury or Nauseous //rugs. •
- Dlt, .1 . 011 N r 0 ,
ifoUtber uf. the R•iyal of Sargeoti, London, gm,
thine front: one of the ttio4t eminent Collegee of the
owl the greater inirt of n'ime life hoe
been .peat in the hmmitals of Louden. Poris, Philadel
rith%nd eigeWherC,ll , l.B I):Tt.eted suns Ofo the most ;intim
~hint th it were ever known. Many troubled
with ring,ing in the head and mire when asleep. gfeal
pervoneoeo. neinLt alarmed at sudden sounds. end ba4h
tritineee, frequent hittshing. mtemlod Rntli.tilnet ,
ledge deranttement ignited. were cured immediately.
A CERTAIN DISEASE!
Ineu the misguided and imprudent eotary of plea
elate ands ae bu,tmbibed e seeds of this painful els
often happ-us that an ill-tinted sense 01
(101reg.d.if discovery, deters hit,/ Dom applying
tiwee who front education and respectability can
Attune befriend tillthe constitutional symp
toms ef.ittis !torrid disease snake their appearance, each
leg atceratcd etire throat, ,liseased nose. nocturnal pains
lea the he ul :trvi I hubs, dimiless'ot sight, deafness, zias
Os the shin, times and arms, blotches on the If ead, feet%
awl extremities. progressing with frightful rapiditi,
Sill at last:the palate of the month - or the bones of the
floso tall in and the victim of thin awful disease becomes
a horrid abject of aonuttisseration, till- death puts a pe
riod to his dreadful sufferings, by seneing him to "that
baurno front whence no traveller returns:' To such.
closet - are, Dr. Johnston pledges himself to preserve the
Wist Inviol a tile secrecy ; and front hie extensive practice
in the - first ilospirais of Europe and America, he can
ntidently recommend a safe and speedy cure to the
utifotunate victim of this horrid disease:- •
It is a melancholy fact that thousands full v i c ti ms t .,„
thin It mid disease owing to the unsitilfullness of igno
rant pretenders who by use of thatileadful poison, "Mar
ntry, ruin the constitntion,and either send the unfortn•
trite to an untimely grave, or•make the• residue of life
TAKE PARTICULkR NOTICE!
DT .J. addresses those who have injured themselves by
.prr I vate sad improper indulgences.
There are so m e of the sad and melancholy effects pro
..dtteed by early habits of youth. vic:—Weakness of the
Back and Limbs, Pains in the Head, Dimness of Sight,
Loss of Muscular Power. Palpitation of the Heart. Dye.
psis,. Nervous Irritaldiity. Derangement of the Discs
't ve tr unctions,lienerul Debility, Symptoms ofConsump
Bporvaxr,the fearful effects on the mind are much to
‘, i 'Waded : loss of Montory. Con fusion of Ideas. Depres
sion of Spiritv.
_Evil Forebodings. Aversion to Society,
Its. If•Distrast. Love q.Solitude. timidity, ic.. are some
of the evil effects. .
Thousands of persons of all ages can now judge what
lithe cause of their declining health, lasing their vigor,
becoming weak. pale, have einzutar appearance 'Wont
the eyes, cough. and Aymptorne of Consumption.
Dr. Johnston's Invigorating Remedy for Or
. pixie Weakness. •
11 . 7thfer gent and impdrtant remedy. 'Weakness of
the Organs is speedily eared. and fnlivimir restored.
ThonsMols of the most nervous and dopilitnted. who
had lost hope, have been immediately relieved. dil
impediments to 11 xri inge:Physicat Or Mental Disquall
liervone Irritability.Treooditig. ti'enkuere or
YOUNG MEN, •
Who licyie injured themeelvta by leertai re practicedni
diulga I in when niece—a habit frequently learned fr
e,licompani'tns;ar nt school, the effects - are nightly
talt4 oven when asleep. and if not cured. render ma -
- rjagn impos4ible, and destroys, both mind and body,
Mould apply iintuodiately.
What a pity that a young' man. tlie hope of hie, coun
try, theAtriing of bts p treats, Mould be snatched from
411 primpects aud lymen temi I ifs, by the nom/mg u enc
or deriatintrfc dr.lie path of nature. and indulging in a
Ortain secret habit. persons. before emits/Iv/at
repet that a 'monad mind and body" - are the
M att De, essary requisites to promote connubial lotppi
nese Indeed. without Ulnae, thejonrney through life
becomes a weary pilgrimage, the prospect hourly dark
en's to the view ; the mind becomes shadowed 'with tle
eptir, and tilled with the rueloncitoly reflection, that
the happineto of another becomes, blighted tvil,ll our
oFFir.E.No. 7, SOUTH FREDERICK ST.,.
- Tlin n%any thousands cured nt this Institution in the
last It Meet; years; and the numerous important surgical
oOct:scions performed by Dr. J., wit:newt& by Cie re
plortersa the papers. and many other persons. notices
- dr which In !VP appeared again and:main before th e pub
lie,lB a sufficient guarantee to the afflicted.
It, There are so many. ignorant an worthless
quacks ndvertising themselves as Physicians. ruining
Cho health of the already ,tfllicted, Dr. Johnston deems
It heceoutry to say to those unacquninted with his rep
utation, that hie Diplomas hmigin his office.
.1/FP•Tsitt NOTICE—AII letters must he post paid And
erlatain a poste' .e amp for the reply, or no nnswer will
Iresent Feb 25.'6:3-Iyr.
1300t5 an ,ebnes.
VEIV SHOE STORE.—The Sub-
Ilcriber takes, this method of informing the MU
wns of Chlitilliersburg and vicinity, that he has just
returned 'mu PhilMelphin with an F.NTISELY NEW
aft% of Boots and Shoes, of every variety,styie and
pattern - . and of the beet nm Wart n res.
lie hoe noel?! Sitofile.pere.on head. Me wboleatock
is new. Give him a call—you nn easily snit yourself.
lid invites the Ladies. especially. to call. as ne will take
pleasure in showing his goads. Store in the room for
-merry occupied by Frederick *ill tii. Esq..as a Law Office,
as t more recently need for the purpose by - George Eye-
Apr, Esq., two toorit North ofilither's IfoteLlilitin St! e*
Hp. large and i well selected stock. he being a practical
Shoemaker, consists of Ladies' Gaiters, - Boots, Slippers
Buskins; and Children's Boots and Shoes;
Gentlemen's, gaiters. Slippers. Boots and Brogans.
Do not forget -the place. No trouble to show Goodiest
the NM RI3RE, two doors North of Fisher's Hotel,
K tin 41 treeet,Chatabeesburg, Fa.. by
June 14.1882. PETER FELDMAN.
- ALL AND SEE !-THE T.INDER
. SIGNED announces to.his nurnerons friends and
e t stouners,that he continues to manufacture to order,
4 , 12 d keeps' on hand a fall and complete assortment of
merlons gullities and styles of SIIDES and GAITERS,
fit Dallies., xlisses and Children. fig assortment of
DOOM SHOES. kc., for lien and Boys' wear is corn-
Prete. to which he respectftilly invites attention. lrork
hi' all kinds made to order. in a netit and durable man
net, and at short notice. Call and seabefore purchasing
ghtewhere. and he will satisfy purchasers that he sells at
very Bann profits for Cash. Don't forget the phtee--
near.; .o l rtite Rutz& Reefer's Store.Chamhersburg,
.11 , rtx R. rrtrtiwie.‘ • rrtfrtt
, jOEN C. HOPKINS & CO.
IMPORTERS k 'DEALERS lii
CiaiNA, GLASS AND QUEENSWARE.,
Nr ! .012 StAILICET Sifterm. PIIILADELPIII/..
For furiber partiaularo apply to S. S. 811WROCK
(Flitiraltreribarz,P a - (aep.2B4y.
Matslies and 3rintitp,.
AUGUTN" BATJGR'S -
CLOCK, WATCH AN*
MAIN STREET, ADJOLNING THE POST OFFICE,.
The undersigned would respectfully call attention to
his preiontstock consisting of
Gil and Silver of Ameriam and European Mannfarpre
of all qualities and styles and at the: lowest p. ices.
In great variety. Parlor. Mantel,Office, &0.,&.
The newest and most desirable styles of Onyx. Coral and
Pearl, Gold Chains, Bracelets. Finger Zings. Gold
inlialides, Sleeve Buttons, -Necklaces, Armlets,
- Masonic & Odd Fellows Oteast Pins, '
.. MOURN I.NG AND JET JEWELRY.
A splendid stock and newest styles.
' SILVER AND PLATED WARE. -
Consisting of Tea Sets. Casters, Mugs, Spoons, Forks. Me
_Fri= the best andmost celebrated manufactories.
A very large and attractive stock..
CUTLERY AND POCKET - KNIVES.
Rodgers superior Pen Knives of different qualities
HOLD, SILVER AND STEEL SP-ECTACLES.
The long experienced the undersigned in the selectilos
and adaptation of Glasses, enables him to suit ilv
any sight. "
At no time have the people of this county had 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 any will he
sold at the very lowest price. An examination is solicit
ed before purchasing elsewhere.
iltr Repairing done at the shortest notice by compe
tent and skiliul workmen.
topt 221 2.i door Sonthof Post Mice. eliwgiVc.
ri RIST S AND BRIDAL
\_.) PRESENTS. - HENRY lIARYBR,
-.No. 52u AMR STREET, PUILADELPIIM
has alwayg alargo stock of -
ATGLlEiz,fdr Ladies and Gelatlemoit—in Gold and
FINE JEW ELR Y. of the meet faddonablestylea-
SOLI D SILVER W AWE. in great variety, and_
110GEE'8dttp odor Plated Spoons. etc., xtn.
sept 1.104 tn •
)I)ats, eapo ant Sur 5.
FANCY FURS FANCY FURS 1
1S Arai St., below Bth south side,.Phild'a.
Importer. Manufacturer of and Dealer in' all kinds ty
FANCY FURS I for Ladia and Children's Wear.
vvielt to return my thanks to my friends of Franklin
and thesnrrounding Counties. for their very liberal pat
.ronage extended to me during the last few - years, and
would say to them that I now have in store, of my own
Importaiiot and Slanufacture a very extensive assort.
nierit of all the different kinds and qualities of FANCY
FURS. for Lndit•s and Chi'dren, that will be worn during
the Fall and Wi tit , r seasons. '
- Being the direct Importer of all my Furs from Europe.
and having them all Manufactured under myosin super
vision—enables me to offer my customers and the pUblic
A ninth handsomer Set of Furs for • the same mousy.
Ladies plea. e give me n call before purchasing please
remember the name, number and street•
Sept 9-5 m No. 718 Arch St.. Philadelphia.
REAT BARGAINS IN LADIES'
1131 FURS —I bays a hugs and well setected stork of
Mille? Furs. ematiqin g of Mink. Sable. Stone Mart
German Fitch, American Fftch. Liberian S q uirrel. French
Squirrel. Emrich Sable ; French Mink, Water Mink. Wail
Silver Martin, which I am*Selline- at lower prices than
they can be purchased for in Philadebihia. Call and ex
amine before purchasin g elsewhere, at the old Mt. Cap.
and Fur Store of : J. L. DECIIMIT.
_NOW IS THE TIME TO GET
13.411t1A.1N5:---Splendid Mutts, only $.3 150 at the
cheap Ilat,Cap and Fur Store of J. DEZ HEIM
fIREAT BARC T 'AINS IN. FURS.—
' oidy $o for a full set of Ladies Furs.at
3115tiCE5 of tie
TITSTICE OF THE PEACE.,-11.
fj B. DAV IRON. Juseireef the Peace--t 'Mee immediate
ly oppnsite the" Indian Queen Ilutel." All business en
trusted to bis rare slmll rectr -e prompt attention. in
straw-Ms Writittg, okkil inds. 4ravfn tip Ina satin
factory manner. June
it ITAMMAN,Justice of the Peace,
• Obanthergburg, Pa. Mliceon Fast Market qtreet
opposite the Con rt Moose. in the oilice formerly occupied
by k. K. McClure. Prompt attention g;ivon to every
thing in the line of a Magistrate and Scrivcner.
SCIULN OK'S PUL3IONIC SYRUP
SCLIENCK'S PULMONTC SYlirP
puLmoNic 5Y11131 1 %,: ‘.
CONSU.MI i TION
SCHENCK'S PULMONIC SYRUP
ocimpics SE! WEED TOW
gcuENCK , S SEA WEED TONIC
SCLIENCE'S SEA WEED TONIC
SCIIE t VCK'S SEA. WEED TONIC
WILL CLIO ;
WILL CURE' '
SCHENCK'S MANDRAKE PILLS
WILL MIRE f..
SCIfENCKS' MANDRAKE PILLS
SCHENCK'S MANDP:ARE PALS
TM J.Ii...SCILENTICtias a large Solt ofllooms at NO,
32 BONI) STO.EET, NEW YORK, where he can be found
every Tuck*. from 9 A. M., to 3 P. M , and et No. 3
NORTH. SIXTH. STREET, •PINLADELPRIA,
He keeps alarge supply `of medicines at his rooms,
which can be had at all times. Those wishing advice of
examination of the Lungs will do will to call on him es
above. Ile makes no charge for advice, but for a thor
ough examination with-the Respirometer, his prieele
Many Persons are afraid to hive their lungs examined
by Dr. Schenck for fang thit they will be found incura
ble, 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 e-idence, Dr. 8. has shown
sufficient certificates in this city that he has cured ad
vanced stages of Consumption.
DR. SCHENCK'S Principal Office is No. 39 NoA
Sixth Street, Philadelphia, Pit., where letters for advige
should always be directed.
Price of the EN3LAIONIO Shipp AND SEA WEED TOtriti
each $t per bottle. or $5 the half dozen. Hun:uiz
PILLS, 25 saute per box.
For Sale by all DIMIGISTS anti STOKEKE.BSEES. )
,franktin' , ltipositorp,-,Rittemist 30; 18634
~$ alts ,fautpi4goollfs.
GRAND O.NING !I
FALL AND WINT
i; - i
IHave jest returned from the Eal. with a large and
varied stock ofseasonahle p ry Goode, all of
sl7hiell wewill dispose oil at a small
advance - on cost. 'What we
e-; W:ls iturchased prcyjous to
thelaterise, and will be Gold without
regard to the present Eastern prices, which
on ninny articici is full as high its our retail prices
Ladies Cloths, all colors orldishades, from $1 30.
SLOAR i S
75 Ladier. reeeirO, of rarionti sfTlci
. ,OID GLOVES:-
G ood; Klds, EmbrOidered, 75 *eras; better quality
$1 00; Jouvins, $1 25; Alexanders, $1 50.
• - ' .1.
1 The totter moles are the best im- •
1 . ' ported. 'Also, 'gorge lot
I - of Fancy Gloves
Wo here a. fresh lot of tl:4 celebrated G. N. B.
t'orsetts- 7 20 bones; the eery best manufne
' tared, and which ae warrant to
• frt, and Ore satisfaction
large nogortment of I4idios' and Cliitarens'
- Woolen Iloods.
Just from Aucticn
L!Ill E l l'i lIANIj,KE RCHIEFS
It l ern-ttiteked, And Plain, ivbieh defy / Competition
URNIN G GOODS:
Crape Veils, all prleep:; - Lmee VeilF, do, ; Born
;12„J b Ines; Alparav: 4Do Laines, 6-4 De
I,,nines;- Coburgs 4 l Crape Cellars;
1 it OURNINO SECA 07LS
r-4 De Danes and Cashmeres; Lang Thibet. all
prises; tong Repp 4bawls—be.utifiiikoodL
1 16.12., and 25 eel**. Deq,nineß.Trancr mad pinin ;
Co'nuirs, a'nd French Merinoes 1
FURS! FURS!I :FURS!!! FURSI!!!
We have just opeped a large emortment of Fun.,
amongwhi r eh may be found
RUSSIAN SQUIrt.REBL CAPES AND MUFFS.
• RUSSIAN 2146iRTIIsi CAPES AND MUiTS,.
FRENCH SABLE CAPES AND MUFFS.
HUDSON BAY CAPES 'AND MUFFS,
FITCSIPAPES AND MUFFS,
All of which we will sill cur Low aa can be had from
In conclusion we would say, that all the goods we
haveare for Baler-and at prices as low as
they can be ; had this aide of Aew
York, We make but one
price, and that
the same to all eostoners, -
whether Napa of goods or not. Drop
and look /Atha Oock 'before buying elsewhere,
05t.14-tt RYBTRIt k 8R0..,
R GOODS f
1241,re uon- on hind.
to $0 00 •1 I
and everything deFirable
It 1 1 N
Pluith, and Stripes,.
_ „Stobeo aulvEinisare
JACOB B. MILLER,
MA LY STII EE:1"---k Doors South of the Diamond,
Would respectfully invite the attention of the pull-
I lk to his lain and Well selected stock of
He has now the largest and best assortment of
I GAS BURNERS and
ever offered in Franklia.eounty.
WASH:B 0 I L E,
constantly OA hand of,alla!Fai, nd thq beat
The largest ag - gortment,the headiest iron and th.
best made in the county
ilau—A large stock of
T\l N - AS , " A R E,
made of the best material and in a trorkmanlik
manner. Ae hu is a PRACTICAL WORK-
MAN, and has had mans Years ex
perience•in the husinesg, he
feels confident that he
can give general
ROOFING, SPOUTING, &e
mule and put up, at the Shortest notice. nutlet!
lar attention paid to all kinde of
MENDING AND JOBBING
Call and look through our stock and get the prise...
SE our motto is
Small Profits, Quick Sales and Good ti
Fdur Doors, South of-the Diamond
OUSE KEEPERS, READ !—Cital
la-givr's Atomise Air-right!—A New Flat Tol
OOHING STOVE, The plates are very heavy, and th
whole Stave is finished in it superior manner. I warm,
this Stove m44Saperlor to any Flat-Top Stove now
the market, and respectfully invite my friends and tie
public to toll and examine this Stove, of which there
are several sizes. ,
I have also a great t variety of - other C.OOIIIHi
STOVES of every style; PARLOR STOVES, new an ,
beautiful patterns. together with a heavy stock o
STOVES for Churokes, Store's, Oth ces, Hotel s . Arc. •
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
syto Pr .v AND COPPER WARE. •
N. 11.—I hare Veen appointed Sole Agent for nann
gher's Celebrated Sunrise Air-Tight Cook &rivets' Pilaw
bershurg. Pa. June 17, ISO.
4T ETTER, HAMILTON & CO' , .
Great Stove' and Tin Ware Store, earner of th,
ond. can be ratan the largest .beat, and cheapes
“ock of Goode in Charnherahurg. They have GOOF
A SG STOVE ; for Wood and Coal, ot latestpatterne an.
all sites. at fair prices. [June 17,1853.
JPOUTING DONE AT SHOW!
NOTICE. of first rate material and cbeitp.
All work 'Warranted. and cheaper than - can be b on elt
elsewhere In the:Connt y. Call and see for yourselves
at TTFR , HAMILTON & CO'S,
nearly apposite the Bank.
TITTP,R," HAMILTON t& CO. tin.
1,4 prepared to put 'up,the best.LIGhTN. IING ROW
ALWAYS ON HAND, A LARGE'
mssortment of the very best Tin, Japanned and
erware,.4a., sold low at t - -
trAmILToN & co ,s.
AI,L W\ORK WARRANTED. and
cbenper' than can be bought elsewhere in thil
_county. Come and see—then bq. at
:ETTER- HAMILTON CO'S.
CULL FOR PARLOR AND, DP
1,,/ NINO Eoo3f CO.)K STOVES. They are pretty',
good and cheap. ET ER, 'HAMILTON & CO'S,
A few doors from Shryock's Book Store.
TO. TIIE PUBLIC GENERALLY,
T to undersigned hikes this method to inform Um public
I lat he has taken 010 FOUNDRY so long rarrled " I , he
Win. Seibert. With all thu PATTFANS connectetl then.
with, wherelin purposes' continuing the kennels, Rad is
now peeps rod to make
ALL KINDS OF CASTINGS'
that may he wanted, by tbo 'community. Particular at•
tention will bp paid to making and keeping on hand es•
cry description of PLOWS, CASTINGS, WAGON BOX
All kinds of Gnat lugs made to order.
Now Plows, of stiffeient patterns] a;ways on hand •
made to order.
OLLOIETAL taken In Trade, for which the highest
price will be given.
By devoting himself attentively to bluffness he hopes
to merit and receive a share of public patronage:
-June 17,' 63 r ABRAILA3I SIETZ.
EW MARBLE YARD.—ThisI
undersigned mpectfully announces to the citizens
of Franklin county that he has opened a New Marble
Yard in the room formerly occupied by Dr.llamilton,
directly opposite J. S. Nixon's Drug Store, Main Street,
in the Borough of Chambersburg, where be will keep on
hand or make to order all articles In his line of business.
such as MONUMENTS. TOMBS and HEAD STONES.
MANTLES. TA BLE k STAND TOPS. &c., manufactured
from the very beet Foreign and Domestic Marble.
- Ile respectfully solicits a call from those who may bele
wank ofanyarticle in the above line. He is confident in
his ability to satisfy all who may - be pleased to patronise
him, either as regards his prices, or the quality, beauty,
and chasteness (gills work
irDERAL HILL FOR .ItENT.
The . unaersignea win rent the FEDERAL HILL
fI llSR,nad ground immediately pertaining thereto.
for one or more years from A pril Ilan. It is the most
DESIRAIILE PRIVATE RESIDENCE for rent In the
, 'ltoremgh of Chamberstrarg. The Rouse Is - very cam. ,
modiona audio excellent order, and there Is very fin
Fruit on the lot. [nov2ft•tf) A. K. IdoCIAIREaI
J /COB B. IirLLER.
JOHN A. GROVE
Vensiow& tient agencies.
ToHN m.. powEßoy,
t p AR _AND 111:4 VT A 670 7 07,
204 SOUTH FOURTH STREET,
The undersigned. having resigned IA position - as Pap,
master in the U. S. Army, has opened at No 2tlj SOUTH
FOURTH STREET, - ; an AGENCY FOR PRO.:IIRL.M.I
PENSIONS, and for the collection of OStICEItS' i SOLnizas' o
mid all other Clams against the Government.
My long experience as Paymaster, has given me imu•
anal facilities for becoming thoroughly acquainted with
this business in all its details. On. the receipt. by mall,
of a. statement of the case of claimants, I will f i ?rward
.tte neceactry.pape.rs fur their signature. PerSdnal at.
trutton will be given to the cases - at Wnshingt...n.
No charge unless successful. when $5 will be charged
fur collectit gall earns under SSO. and $lO on idioms over
Lost amount and ender $2OO. Larger claims taken on
sderial arrangenient. Fees in Pension Cases as fixed by
Inve. . .
I NFORMATION , FOR AND - INSTRUCTIONS TO
All Soldiers of the present war, who have served two
years, and Soldiers discharged for 'wounds received in
but tie, without reference to time of service, are entitled
Isesides their regular pay, to $lOO Bounty.
In case Soldiers dr Seamen are discharged for disability
sw wounds received while in the service, they are entitled
to a Pensiorraccordiug to the disability.
In case of the death of the Soldier before discharger,
through disease contracted, or wounds received while itl
service, his widow is entitled to receive the $lOO Bounty,
besides arrearages of pay alid pension during herlifetime
If the, Soldier die after discharge,from disease cos
.t meted or wounds received while in service, his widow is
,entltled.to a pension of .$96 per annum.
If go widow or minor children, the mother of t ie Sol-
Alier 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
rldldren are entitled to the same benefits as the widow,
•except when the children may be over the age of 16 years.
if no widow' or minor children, the bounty and pay
'will descend to the heirs as follows:
. . _ ....
First to the Father, second to the libther, third to the
Brothers and Sisters, and then to the next of kin.
Discharged Soldiers. whose xlothing account was un
settled at the time of discharge, can recover any balance
due them, irthe Company books are not destroyed. To
•Iraw this balance; write to your Captain for a descrip.
live list, showing Clothing account, and farwnrdit to me
with your preliminary statement, giving also the date 6f
&Idlers, who served with the nine months' voltinteers,
van retaiyer $27 bounty and premium, without regard to
lime of service, if they have not already received*.
'Soldiers who were prisoners in the South, and Soldiers
ho were absent on sick furlough, are entitled to ciim
itutatiim of rations. .
In communicating with this office, state the nature of
your Claim fuiiy, and give the Company Mot Segment to
ti hick you or the Soldier fur whom you claim belonged,
is well as your present Post Office whiten.
Ilia Excellency \ dxuatit-,(l.Coicrix, Governor of Penn
fox. Slums CsuMicct, Harrisburg, Ps.
I lON. JOSEPH CASEY, Chief Justice of th'e Court of 31. alms;
Hog. E. H. BROOKE, Chief Clerk of Pay Department,
• LON. EDWARD MCPIII2O3ON, M. C.. WiAbington.
Kea. JA.s. P. &omen, President Jidge,District Court,
ION: A. K. Meet nar,Chruribersburg, Pa.
to:v.7IIOXAS A. Scorn, Vice President Penn'a Rail Road.
[MN. Wittr.ku B. Tuouas, Collector the. Port,
non- C. A.V9Aulona, Post Master, Philad,..lphia.
IR.EBEL k Co.:Rankers. Philadelphia.
T AMES DUNLAP, President of Union Bank, Philadelphia
lULLITT FAIRTROtair, Attornies,
'awn, WEIST & ERVIN, 3ferchants,
f.I3DINIO, KIiZEDLER & CO. Merchants,
,qtrrourrr, TIAITOR & CO.,
LMVLD FACST a' Co., Merchants,
tesJANIY & Co.. Merchants,
:11ABLZ8 L.SlolwtN & Co., Merchants,
Arwoon, Warn & Co., Merchants, et
JOHN M. PIIMROY,
No. 204 South Fourth Street.
DENSION, BOUNTY AND WAB
CLAIM .AGENCY-Pensions procured for soldiers
.f the present war who are disabled by reason of wounds
..eceived. or disease contracted, while in the service of the
United States; and Pensions, $lOO Sanity, and Arrears
f Pay obtained for widows or heirs of those who hays
lied or been killed while in service.
10 IN R. OER, Claim Agent.
Feb.2s, ' '64Tly. ' - - , Chainbersbnrg.Pa.
. , „
WESTERN HOTEL Wtht Matkei
St., Near th:s Bridge, Chambershurg, Pa.
The subscriber would respectfully inform the Travail
. ng community that he has purchased and taken posses
don of this Hotel. lie hopes to make it one of the - moat
iesirable platen for strangers and others to stop at that
!an be found in any country town.
HIS TABLEwiII at all times be spread with the I tot
'zees And subatantials of the season.
S 011.01BEAS are large, well ventilated, and f tied
ap in modern style.
HIS BAR will be well'supplted with a large andchoice
selection of the very best liquors.
HIS STABLE will always be provided with good
Rho' esome p rov ender for stock, and attended by careful
No pains will be spared to render entire satisfaction to
'II his guest's; and pledinghiniself to endeavor to please
ell. he solleite a liberal share of thepnblie patronage. _
June 17, '63. JOHN 311LLER.
HOTEL.—This Hotel is
ij situated on the corner of Main and Queen Streets,
sear the Diamond .in the Borough erChamberslinrg,Pa.
The undersigned respectfully announces to thetravel
ng publiC that this Hotel has been remedied. It has
'ieen raised to THREE STORIES in height A fine
rilree story Back Building has been added to it, giving
immence amount - 0(room for the accommodation of
the public generally. The rooms are large and comfort
able. numbering in all, thirty-five. They are all well
'urnislied with GOOD NEW FURNITURE. Persons
.topping at this Hotel can have either double or single
rooms, wittier without fire in them. The Table Is al-'
ways supplied ivith the BEST IN Tilt MARKhT, and
will seat over 100 persons.
The Bar is filled with the CIMIOEST LIQUORS. The
Stable is two.stories, of the most modern style, and the
hest irithe Borough ofChambensburg. _
June 17,'63. , JOHN FISHER ,Proprietor.
FRANKLIN HOTEL— West side of
the Public Square,Cliambersburg, Pa.
The aubscrlbei• would respectfully inform the Plover
Ing Community that he has leased and taken posiession
of this Commodious hotel. Ile hopes to make It one of
the mostdesiralile places fur strangers and. others to
stop that can be f ! mnd in any country town.
1119 TABLE will at all times be spread with the
'urles and substantiala of the season. •
HIS C,HAMBERS are large, well ventilated,and fitted
up in modern style.
HIS BAP wit) be well euppliedwitb Marge and choice
selection of the very best Liquors.
HIS STABLE - will always be provided with good,
wholesome urevender for stock, and attended by careful
ostlers. - ,
No pains will be spared to render entiresatbAction to,
all his guest; and pledging himself to endeavor to please
all.he solicits a liberal share of the publicpatronage.
June 17,'63. -- 'DANIEL TBOSTLE.
WHITE SWAN HOTEL, (Mani
bersburg, Pa.—Murtem, Grum, Proprietor.
Buying purchased this well-known liotel,(long known
as nines's, and recently as Weis t & Grove's.) the Propri
etor pledges himself that' no pains shall be spared to
minister to the wants of his guests.
The character heretofore sustained by the House as a
comfortable Home for the Sojourner. shall not 'suffer in
my hands ifa constant effort to please and accommodate
will sustain it. The proprietor, therefore, solicits a
continnanceof the liberal patronage iterett.fore extend-.
oil to the" White SWan." • '
In addition to large Stabling, be has TWO LOTS and
a pair of Bar and Broca. ScAszs for the aecourmodatiOu
of Drovers and Butchers.
Jtinel7,lB63 1 4 .41C11.5EL GROVE.
• C OVERLY & HUTCHISON
Rave become the Proprietors .of the UNITED
STATES HOTEL, near the Railroad Depot at HARRIS
BURG, Pa. This popular and commodious lintel hes
, beau nectly refitted and furnished througnout its par.
lore and chambers, and Is pow ready for the reception
I- The travellinicpnblic will find the United States Hotel
the most convenient, lean particulars, of any Hotel in
the State Capital, on account of its access to the rail;
road.being immediately between the two great depots
in this city. [llmousnuno, June 17 ,'&3-tf.
INDIAN QUEEN HOTEL ) Main
&red, Chambersbnrg; Pa. JOHN W. 'TAYLOIt,
Proprietor. Fine acconnnodatlons and low charges.
Stock Yards and .scates are connected with thi
premises for the convenience of Drovers. Also—Est en
sive stabling and yards for Horses and Carriages.
WHOLESALE GROCER ARO
PRO I bUCE COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 703 MARKET lc No. 2 NORTH 7th ST., PII/LADA.
Invitee the attention of merchants to hie laree and w - oti
smiled stack of Sugara,Syrupe,Teas, and Coffees all of
which will be Cold at lowest market rates. Country
buyere and sollerii willfind it to their advantage to give
him a call. . .
Price entreats contsinteg all the •aricties of theuar•
ket to be had of B.S. sErnyoes J Charnberebutr
sept. 24 . ,
AMERICAN LIFE INSURANCES
Saath-eastwnernf Watnut and Fourth Strtets, :FlO4-
delphia. Incorporate 1850. Charter Perptittai.
AUTIIOILIZED CAPITAL, $.500.000 00. ' PAID 1
CAPITAL. $250.000 0k). ASSETS, $1,897,740 50."
- Insures lives during t natural life, or for ilwit
terms; grants aunnte t • ond endowments, and makes
contracts of all kin& epending on the issues of life.
Acting also as Eke. ram N. Trustees and Guardians.—
Policies of Lite Insurance iosuredat the usual mutual'
a ra u t r e ed s_of i o w th t e D r 9n go n o x. d .i t a 'o n ngo r3 a:7 6 7 6l ,,:itt e l i , n , , „:t4t6 pe t r he es z:
of all prendilms received on mutual' policies at jolbt
stock rates, 'lt) pee cent. less than the above.
NtIN.FOIAFEITtIitE PLAN. , ••
By which al:et-km pays for 5,7, or 10 yearsonly,whett
the Polio," is potil np for life. and nothing more to .
and should he he nw.hle, or wish to diSCOrltittno
the Company uill - Policy in PioPortit'n
to the amohnt at pn•minms paid. ns follows: •
Alter payment of - r -
the annual premi
ums (o u poßcy of
$1000) for ,k s $4OO 00 $285 00
s - $2OO t o
On pay'tof 4 an.pre. 500 00 R 1 40 400 00
s " : : : 1 ' &57 10
Astr.l premium for $lOOO.
6 : 17 N0N-FORFEITCRIg TEN FE-4R RA TE.
Age 20,--. $3O 60
.i 25, 34 00
N 30 Wi 40
44 35 , - - . —43 Oil
i g 40, .....41 00
" '6O - .11 60 :.41
Insurance may be effected. giving toany party, on the
death of life insured, ascertain yearly income by e0(101
mentfor life, thus avoiding ail contingencies of Divest
ing Li:meanie, and piny be double or-treble the yearly
interest. - •
ALEXANDER WIIILLDIN, President.
SAMUEL WORK, Jive-President.
JOIEN S. WILSON: keretary and Treasurer.
BOARD OF TRUSTEES.
Alexander Whilidin. - pJ. Edgar Thompson,
lion. James Pollock. lion. Joseph Allison,
Albert C. Roberts. Jonas Bowman,
Samuel T. Bodine, : 11. H. Eldridge,
George Nugent, John Aikman,
,Wni. J lloward, -- Cbas.F.lleazlitt. -
Samnel Work, : ' '
'r.f.'l 7 . DIED, . J. NEWTON WALKER, 3f. D.
In attendance at the Company's omce daily, at It:
OM. U. REED, Chambet sburg, Pa., is the anthoriiett
Agent of the,Amersan Lite Insurance and Trent Con,
mu3y, and is always prepared to furnish pamphlets or
any information wanted, and totake Insurances. -
DR. J. C. MONA It Di, Medical Examiner.
- fiEle EitfINCES— :A. R. McClure, Re'e.S. 3. I,4lU
coils, J. S. Nixon, Chambersbut g, and WM. M. Marsh .t
Cashier Hagerstown Bank, 0ct21;63.tf
yiR.ANKLIN -1 3 4 1 STJRANOE COM
' 'PANY OP PULLA.DET.P.UI.4., No. 435 and 4X
Capita) . _ $400,000
Perpetual Premiums, • 895,524 8
Unexpired Temporary Premiums - '' 171,525 65
Surplus .. oupso u-
Total $2.34116 39
Statement of the Ittsets of the Company on January 1.
First 'Mortgages. amply-secured ~. $1,893,921 46
Seal ES tato, (present value $138,2.2•'.47.) cost 128,979 'Fr
Temporary Loans. on ample Collatei al Semi-_
id ties ' , 84,625 . 59
Stocks, (present value 898,865 16,) enet 94,901 6U
Notes and Bills receivable...—... 1,549 60
Advance in vain e of Real illtate.pver coct
Advance in value oi rte pia over coct
air The only Profits from Yremiaa-• st via
puny can divide by law, are from Risks which hart.
- Extract from the C7,erter or the resopany.
"Brit the moneys received •-• Nom rie kr
which remain nndetermined.andatc outsto toilful at tee
time of declaring stiCh Dividend. shall hot be roneidei. , d
as part of the profits of said Corporation. or divided as
PERPEMA L or LIMITED LYSUR.ef /WES made
on every description of propel ty, in Town and Country.
for 'Owners, Mortgages. Ground, Landlords, 4c4.34.e.
Bates Its low as are consistent with security.
Since their Incorporation, ,a pe,i.d ot thirty years,
they have paid over FOUR 31ILLIONS OF -DOLLAR
LOSSES BY FIRE, thereby affording cv:deneo of the
advantages of Insurance. as well as the aSility and die
positionlo meet-with promptness all liabilities.
LOSSES BY, FIRE
*we paid during the year 1862„......
• Charles N. Rancher, Datid S. Brown, •
• Tobias Wagner, Isaac Lea,
Samuel Grant. . Edward C.Dale,
Jacob R. Smith, George Pales, -•
George W. Richards, I Alfred Paler.
CHARLES N. BANCEER, President.
EDWARD C. DALE, Vice President.
JAN .W 3.1? 111118TES, Sec'y pro tem.
' WApplication made to Dam .odira. of Chambn:s
burg, who is an anthemized Agent for the Company
either personally or by letter, will meet with attention
I'NSITRA_NCE • COMPANY , OF
NORTH AMERICA. INCORPORATED 1794.
BRPETUAL CHARTER. CAPITAL $6OO ON.
OPTICE—NO. 232 WALNUT STRUT, PHILADYMPffid.
This Company are now prosecuting the business of Is
sumnce from Loss or Damage by FIRE on Buildings,
Merchandise, Furniture &c., throughout the State of
Pennsylyania, on LIBERAL TERMS, for long or sholt
periods; or permanently enßulldings, by a deposit 61
, The PROW? PAYMENT of CLuats for Lossas during the.
period of nearly SEVENTY TUBE that the' Company has
been in -existence, entitles them to the confidence of the ,
Arthur G. Coffin,
John A. Brown,
John It. Neff,
Richard D. Wood,
William E. Bowen.
CHARLES PLATT, See'y. ARTHUR G. COFFIN, Pred.
WI!. BUBBLER, Ctntral Agent at Harrisburg, ilk.
W3l. G. REED, Claarabershurg, Psi., is -the author
ized Agent of the Insurance.Gotepany of North Ameri
ca, and Is always prepared to give any information do
oired, and to take Insurances.
B y FERENCES.—CharIes IL Taylor and John D. Grier,
Eso a..,Cbambersburg, oct Ise •
OUR AGENT .—MR. JOaN GnotA,
of Chamtiersburg. is the General Agent of tbs
Franklin County Mutual Insurance Company.
June 17.'63, , WM. McLELLAS.
R 0 0 F. I N G
POOPING Ready to teat/ dealisi;
faITNG more durable than Tin.
ROOFING qt half lheeogof Tin. -
.ROO.IIIVG for &creep or Nat 804 0 1
REA - DY ROOFING •
FOR ALL BUILDINGS B ig '
This Roofing is made of the heaviest woven fabric vier
uekd for the purpose.-.-Manufactured solely by cursed*,
and secured bysPatent.
Put tip in roils and shipped to all parts of tbs country,
and usually for sale by hardware merchantsandbuildars.
It tan be applied by any common workman. ,
We also manufacture. •
warp GOTTA PERCHA CEMENT,
LEAKY TIN ROOFSt
CiIiE4PER THAN OIL PAINT,
HEAVIER BODY THAN OIL PAINT.
BORE DURABLE THAN OIL „NMI,
It forms aperreanetly adhesive, elastic coating over
She whole surface of the tin; filling up all thainnallsg-;
And often-saving the expense of a new roof. '
GUTTA PERCHA CEMENT
• - is especially adapted to repairing-
LEAKY SHINGLE ROOM)
: . ea., ee.,,nee.
Thiele a thick, tenacious compound, applied -With •
trowelor sitnilar instrument, and does not dry up -lad
crack, as do all other articles used fur thiegmrpom
CIRCULARS AND SAMPLES "
Of the Ready Roofing/ea by mail when dealt* ,
Liberal arrangements made with - Agents. ,
READY ROOFING OP.,
ang.2B-ly 13 Maiden Lane, New:l ork.
,D.(TT R. EftriCRI&ON
25CENTS will - pay.for the =PO
&TORY throe ricotta to Ye sent to a Soldier a
tarearvica. , , -
At 8 year' At yearl At 10 I.tr
itnt.s. I Rittea. I -Rate..
S. Morris Wain,
George L. Harrison,
Francis R. Cope,
Edward H. Trotter,
_Edward S. Clarke.
4 , 3:T ;