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attaittego at LaD.
IF - • EL.O A*OiLNEY AT:LA*,
# Chninberplriirg, Pa. Office In Mrs. Bard's ilnlldinge,
ectly opposite the Court
• Having had nlfaixl connection with the Provost
ho offers Ws se.reicos to drafted melt in the
lath:Congressional Distritt,claiteing exemption froth
gelrice tinder the law, orfor physical nittlnefil
and hopes - from experience end strict Attention to
=,betsinets. to satisfy thnso Intrasthig him with their
;Pees. Persons from abroad ono receive advice andhave
their caiee prepire Iby correevondence. Reference can
be had to the }Ward of Enrollment of the 16th District.
`Hon. A. K. Alcellire, lion. James ;1,111... ChaniberebArg,
and lion. Ea. 31cPheiron, Olefk , House of Rim...encl.
tatty' e. • 'inn 27.
Tz - ENN I) Y & INTrLL.—Law Part
ners/4—The umleraigned here utum;einted them.
OrlVue in the practice or the Law in the Nevem' courts 01
Frankijn County., Orrwe on 31nrket Street s in the room
heretofore occupied hp T. 13. Kennedy.
T. 13. KENNEDY.
T.J.SILL. • •
ATTORNEY AT LAW.- TVEL.
SOY Al!nines , at Zutv —Office on "%Tar
trot sr...formerly occupied by Reilly & Nht rp, directly
app nice the Court House, Chainberftburg. PA. All legfl
businem entrusted to him will receive prompt attention
no will practicdin iiiljoiOur Counties. June 17, "W.
7. R. STl3sfmten n ..104177 R7E:WART.
TUNIBATTG - II & STEWART, At-
I. taraoYs at La re. Chainberabn ri. Pa.. give their uudi
videet attention t 1 the Pi acttre of their Pri , feasion.
John Stewart naent for procuring Bounty Money.
Pensione. and :moorages of Pam
Star-Oliice in the Town Unll
G& V. S. STENGER, Attor
. nrys at Law, Chambersbnrg, P. Collet:ticMs
promptly.atteaded to. W. Stenger. District Atfor
nvyredngeut for prornrlng i`enfinns. Bounty- Money
end Arrears of ,Pay. tYmce in Franklin Building. 3i
5..141V - 11:4 It E Attorney at'Law.
• Office in Mrs Third's dwelling , directly
eitotheC atrt Mune, Chninhernliurg. Pa. Will ptacti
in Ole several t lotirts Fr-Int:lin rind Fulton Connti
All legal ,bnslness will - listed to his' care will rereiVe
prompt ri x ttentit.n. 3111)1,17. 1883.
IV:DOWELL SHARPE, Attorfley
PI • at taw. Clianilier+lnirg. Pa. Office in Mrs. Barn
Ditildinga, directly pm Fi te the Court House.
O. SEILIIIAIEIi., Attohley at
T. /air. Chembersanriz. PR: Offic.e—llidn Street,
shrove Queen, i n the romp formerly occupied by S.-liel/li
er, Eq. Jimpl7, 1863.
EORGE EYSTER & E. J. BONE
.. 01" BitAKR, Attoritegx . at Law, hare rumored to the
nuan on , }flip dogr South of gyrter's Sture.
June 17, _
kjS. CLARK. Attorney at Law. las
j e - removpd °Mee it few dtiorfi•not of his former.
ahin. ou Market At reet. (South-814.) • ~lune 17, '63.
rfALVIN ii. DUNCAN- 1 ? -4ttoriteg
Law. Office on ‘larket Stiett; In.-Lawyer's Rows
oppoaffe the Court tlonsa. June 17,'6:3. •
TL. FLETCHER, Attorney at Low,
• ClVlXlMCriiblirg, PA. :officeoil East Marketstreet,
neArlyeppoeite the Court Thruee. - June '63.
A LEX. K. M'CLTJRE, .Altorn'e - y at Law, Chanibershurg. Pa. Mee in the Fran/. lin
Ittpository Buildings, June 17,'&3.
DWATSON ROWE, Attorney -at
Law, Greeneasqe,.Pa.. [sap 30.'63
GREAT DI SOO-VE'lt
WUNKEL'S BITTER:rINB OF IRON,
the cure el « 6\Y Srottcas. ESLIZAL DEDILITL, IN
DIGESTIDA, 1 1 /SLAISES UV TIC _ liEltrouS &STD.( ' COI(
irrievutcr, ACIDITY OF Tilt STOMACII, and fOral/ CW3OS
tequirittg A Tpcsic
Than Wine includes the most agreeable and efficient
'Sanaa Trott its posse-s; Citrate of Ma„luetic Oxide com
bined,' with the most energetic of Vegetable Tonics,
Yellow Peruvian Bark. The eflect in many cases of de
bility, lees of appetite end geMbil pruatration, of en
inlicieut edit to troll, combined trith our voluali4 ierve
Toe,c as most happy. it augment's the appetite, raises
the Oise, takes tar muscular flabbiness, removes the
of debility, and gi vela a florid: vigor t 6 tits count e
;ammo., 5 '
Do you want something to strengthen you
'A?) you a ko.harl appetite r
too yin? Want to 'Mild up dour constitution T
Do you Want to feel h
Do you Want to get rid ut nervousness?t -
Do you Want energy ,
to •klevp well!
lld you want a bris.ealiii vigereun feeling?
If you Ils,try ICUS KB BETEER Wt. , . V: OF IRON
this truly valuable I' Jule his been safloreughly tesit
ed byptil elaase 4 of the co:amenity. that it i s now deem-.
led indispeussbly as a Tittle in,licine. It coats but little,
purifies the blots I, gives.; me to tad sterwict, renovates
use system, and prol aux life. I now only silk a trial
of this v.iluable
a. TSST .ItION IA trrisbitrg,‘ Feb 20: 1863,-
r. s. A KU3IEL4 Dear•Jir: I have great
pleasure in testifying to the complete success ,of your
Ritter Wirp , of Iron in illy • cri.. 1 have been afflicted
tr a nu:nbet of years witlOveakness, general debility'
. amt giddinele. so much so that I have been confined to
my bed fir the'greitter part of my tim e and h ave b a d
the attend ince of lilt bist phyol..minsi. but received but
Ilttle benetit. I hail Impaired of ever regaining my
heAlith, twit hearing 01 your lip , stimaidereniedy. BlT
i•sa•lViscor IRON. fdeterinined to try its virtue, and
as. happy tai state it hue resulted in a complete cnre. I
Ani snort:robust and vigorous than I have been for Many
years. which feeling I attribute solely to your Bitter
Wine of Iron. ./ have Iv, heeientinn in recommending it
t p others, similarly affected, and shall he happy to bear
personal tnetistiony. Youry.auts, MAMA. .
sit , ' T.) TUB PIIBLIC.—D-. S. A. KUXKLI.:—Dox Sir:
When en my uiy„ lust summer, tojoin my regiment at
F.trktown. Vir,..inin.you Were kind enough to give me
several bottles of your •••• Bitter Wine of fron.'• I lound
it most v tunable in the climate of the Penitpoiln and the
dust hicident to It.' No preparation of narks exceed
it in value. I hidieve that its use would prevent much
-1111.1.11U8 ervesi, and t ertainly piove a greet value
in its cure. Yours.respectfnlly. II P. MINI', a
Chaplain 176th Regiment. P. P.M.
Prepared and sold Wholesale and Retail. he Kumasi.
"L• Ilan . tn•+theenry's.ll6.ltarket Street.llnrrinburg.Pa
S. B. NIXON, Agen t. Clointhershure: Bs . pet23'63-eon
L ANDRETH'S -
AGRICULTURAL - IMPLEMENTS
AYD SEED WAREILOUSE,/
and 23 South. Sixth street; Philcultidphia:
LAYD6I:III k 80x, Proprietors of Bloonuda e;
whichaun tain • near four hundred scree, in high tilth.
'emoted - to the production of GARDEN SEEDS, Are now
~repared to supply Country Merchants, Druggists cod
all others whu demi in Zi , e4.4. with large or small quan,
titles. by the 'p nnutor bushe I, and ate) in papers -made,
reudy tor retailing.
The Flrt abliehntent represented by David Landreth &
ion.has been founded nearly
,U of a century.,
The arbiglip rem] popel tri ty, cud t he , letnand. , ncreius.
ingfront ytrur to year. fur
L DIIET !It WARTVENTED
evidence of the high value entertained fcr them by
fiandrettesOnitlen Seefts are not only favorably re-"
aeifid throughout the Bolen. but are shipped to many
ktreign ports. indeeti,it may be Atat,ed with nations/
veldt, that they come intOaCtiYe competition w ith Eng
.1 ish Seed on British Soil.
Divid Landreth 11. Son Invi te al l who are not already
,ww‘ohasers of their Garden Seeds. to •utite a trial of
titetn--assured that they %dill* found fully equal to
bet r high reputation.
handrath's Rural RegiAttr And Almanac contaiding
ntalogae of Garden Sesda'`witit Instructions. furnished
trotter. Also—Catalogue of Agricultural tinplentents.
DAVID LANDEF.TII St SON..
N 05.2 1- and 23Soutit 6 th 3 t.,Plitlndulphia.
' d m. MANVFACTIMER.B. WM. L. BOYER,* DEO.,
Sixth St. and Germantown Avenue, - • -
- -!*. • „ ' Phiholeiphia.
Manufacturers of the
-.. '.. . • Premium Farm Grist Mill.
~ , ' ~... - . Horse Powersatol Threshers, , '
Circular Saw Machines;
. . Harrows, z .
... . Plows.
and every vaNety of approved
Hand for Circular andwldress
WM. L. BOYER & BRO. !
' July 15;83-1y. - Phil4letphia.
PAR ATION 9.—COMPOUN D Fir
11.1 i MM. a Poshire and Specitc Remedy
the Mader, Kidneys. Gravel. and Dropsi- ,
This Medicine Inc rews the power of o
cite the Absorbents into healthy action
Watery ~r Calcareous despositions an ,
tnlargemenis are reduced, as well as PA
. For Weaknessessarisine from Excesse
sipation. Early Indiscretion of 'Abuse, at
Indisposition to Exertion
la+ss of Memory
Morro"' of Disease, •
EnirerFutl Lassitude of the 31uscular
Hot (lands. Flust
Dryness orthe Skin. Erupt
These symptoms. it allowed to go on,
chic invariably rsmores. soon follows
rinpetencg. Flttuity; Epiteptti
To one of which the Patient may expit
Who can say that they are not frcqus
those "Direful Disea.es."
"INSANITY AN!) COESUNPTION."
Many are aware of the cause of their suffering.
BtT VOCE WILL CONFT-88. THE RECORDS POP THY IXI;AWIE
- And ..ffetanchnly Paths by Csmstunntion hear amPl'a
witness to tiro Truth of the assertion.
The amstitution once vffeeted Mith 0 game Weakness
reytires the aid of Medicine to. Streng hen and Invig
orate the System. -
Which lir.LAlooLres EXTRACT DEC Neal-in-by does.
A. Trial will eantinre the mostiskeptical.
In many .437.etfons pecztriaoo Females the EXTRACT
Bumf is Imoqualed any Miler renleii. as In Ciao
rosis of R01E30 , 1011, Irtpenbtrity. PAiS•ififliwm or Sup
pression of r 'n.domarY 'BvllCutions. E4ctratee or Strirr
lions state of the Uterus. Leitch° 114 V .. or Whites.
Sterility: and trr all ,complaints, implebt to the Sex.
whether arising from indiscretion Hal its of Dissipation.
or In the •
PECLTNE . OR CHANGE 0'
Take no more Batsank, ih•rcury, or
cilPpfor ten phareant, and dangooris
HELMBOLD'S EMT Tenn )
in nll thvirSingeo.
Littleor u change in
An.. &Tom tri. j
It en noes, n frequent desire andgivife• strength tolfri.
nil te. thereby Removing Obstrii at InrA. l'i event tug and
Curing Strieturesnf the Urethra. albying plOll and In
fhatention. so freqnent in the maws o divi ,. .ses, and ex
pelliug ail li)isanottx. Di seared and a ornourtaai ter. •
THOUS I.NESIIPON TH01;81%1 , 3 WHO lIAIVE DEP.% TILE Vie
TIM, Or QI.:ICIS, and who bare paid 'heavy fee, to be
cured in a abort time.heve found 'ttcy were deceived,
and that the' POISON" has.• by the 'eke Of e TRIVFEFUL
ASTRINOENTE." linen dried up in the a, ideal. to lima!: out
itt_nh nggrarn ted . f irm. and perhaps a ter Marriage. •
, Use I.I.EMROIR'S EXTRACT itrcnn fo all affections and
diamagnet the URINARY-ORGANS, whether existing
in MALE .ip FEMALE. from whateveir enure originating.
and no matter of 110 W LONG STAB DI NG .
Diseases of these Orgnns rennires t
IC. RELMISOI.D'S - EXTRACT BUCI
DIURETIC. and Is certain to tt,ve th
Diseases for lc/lick ft is Recommend,
Evidence of the mnst reliable and
ter willaccompany the medicine.
PR/CEsl,olll PER BOTTLE, OR
Delivered to any Address, securely p
Deslribe Symptom in ati Cb
Arbireas letters fur information to
H. E. HELM
- 104 South Tenth et., be
TIEL3II3OLD'S ilterlical Depot.
lIELMBOLD'S Dvg and Chemi,
BEWARE OP COUNTERFEIT
PLED D.t.A LERS who end en tor to d
and •other" art ides nn the reputati
nelmboltPiiG atm ine Pre
ALL DRUGOLS . TS EVI
&SX FOIL lIELMBOIiIrS
, Cnt out the AAlrprtiseritent rtn 4 14 , 1
AND AVOID IMPuSITIO
II OS TET
A pure and powerful Tonic. corrective And 'slier:dive of
wonderful etlicwy in di easesof the
BTOMACII, LITER AN BOWELS._
Cures Dfspepsia, Liver Cornritnlti l t. Tleadnrhe, General Debility, Nervousness. Deprrision of Spirit.,
i Patio°. Colic. Int rmittent Fe-
all Cotnplaintß of tabeEMOM
rorn Toting Wenknclit tibether inbeient in 1
TILE SYSTEM On PIWDOCEII liiII,PECIAL6AUSES
• - i j
NoTtuNa that is-riot wholesoeue - ;genhil nnilvesterit•
tivetn Its nature' enters into thf enuipositiunluf
TETTEIrii BTOMAGU BriTTF:I9:I4. This poptilar prti
paration contninft-no:rnineral of tip hind. 1). , denfity,
taniealelement: , fieri Pxiitt nt ;- Nit t
natfun,:tif the extraut4 of rare buleami herbs and
plants with the niirest and Indent of• till diffusive
It is well to be faiearmed ag:a 4 nat cilsecii.e. a n rt. P n far
as the human gystefil can bey- oi ilea by human means
agahlat =Wise engendered by r j n unwholesome atmim“
Owe. impure wilt& and other external CRUPPS. 119S
TEVER'S lIITTEMS may be relied on 118 n safeguard.
In districts infected with -FETER Alllrl AGUE. it has
been / fonlid in fulfil:re as a preveltive and irresistible nen
rem edy, and theaancla who reiort to it under npprehen
11/on of an attack:. eifcape the. mei:up; and thousands
who neglect to iiiii i lithemaelves of, its pi otective quail
tick% advance. al-enured by a v - ry brief Couriie of Oda
marvelous medicine. • Fever a id Ague patients, after
being plied with quinine for Inc the hi vain. until fairly
astniated with quit daniferons • Ikaleid. are not untie
quently restored-to health wit in a few days by the utie
of 1108T.ETTERit BITTERS: -
The weak stomach is rapidly invigorated and the tir.i.
petitereatored ky tide agree4lde Topic. end hence it
worke-wonderit in - cases of BPI. PHA and- in leas
confirmed forms of INDIGEST ON; Acting as a gentle
and painless apperient, an well a upon ~the liver.-it also
Invariably relieves the CONS !PATTON superinduced.
by irregular action of the dtge tic? tied secretive organ,
Personsof feeble halt/P.llllbl to N ERVOUS ATTADR S
LOWNESS OF SPIRITS an *ITS OF LANGUOR.
find prompt and permament eller from the Bitters.—
The testimony on this point hi- most conciusiee.i and
from both sexes -"" '
The agony of BILODS COLD} in immediately mrsua
ged by a - single dose of the stimulant, and by occa
sionally resorting to it, the return of the complaint
As a General Tonic HOS ETTER'S BITTERS Pro
duce effects which must be xperleured or witnessed
they can be fully appr elated. In cases ot CON.
STITUTIONAL WEAKNES ' PREMATURE DECAY
and DEBILITY and DECRE ITUDE arising fro7it: OLD
Ail E, it exercises tha electrla influence. In the c;onva.
lescent stages of all diseases t operates as a dellibtfnl
invigerant. When the poke sof nature are relaied. It
operates to re-enforce and re.- stabllsh them.' I i •
Lut, bat not lone, it /JR
mat erialthand entirely free f i
Bent utorenrliw in nil then
ks of the &v.,
No family medicine has b
may be truly added, descry ,
agent vertical of the com
Prepared by •
Sold by ati byttggiste,9r
• ID EXTRACI
for ilimemes o
gestien and ex
by which the
in and Indam
.11rthitn nt Dis
tended sciiit LAe
Lose of Power.
'Ain in the Back,
ing of the Body,
onset! the Atet.
lick this med.
S E S
At little Expense,
IT IS THE GREAT
desired effect in al
SIX FOR £5.00
eked from obsori
elnny, New Fork.
' AND lINPRINCI
r Ne —of their awn'
attained by ,
I" SR rmapnrilln.
i toy e d Rose Wash
TAKE NO OTHER.
ud for it. •
sere. Cramp"! and S a<•me, and
! LIR ONLY SAFE sirra.
rom sound and innacnone
om the acid elemetila pre-
Mary tonics amtatamach-
.en 'No nqiyereally, ind, it
Iy.populfiT - qth the' into!
e unity, '1 UOSTETitIVB
TEA a'S TH. . '
..rennd or ektieeopTeize6;elei,
lil(br :4 7
,rgti444,.1441*T1T,;::-.* l 4m-1. - 0., 1.1#41.
pro ault Sang .@Dots.
FALL•AND WINTER GOODS'
. - RYSTER &•BRO
Have inv3 rettirm:d from di etssi, with ilargq and
varied stock of seasonable Dry Goods, all of
which we will dispose of at a small
advance on cost. What we
th eluterise, :►ad will be sold without
reenrcrto the present Eastern piieen; which
on many articles•is full as high as nur retail prices
Ladies Cloths, all colors and shades. from Vf 50
T 5 Lathes Cloaks just received. Of various styles
and patterns—from $3, to sf2s
/ KID GLOVES.
Good Kids. Embroidered, 5 cents: better quality
$1 00; J.)wrins, 'sl 25; Alexa,nders. $1 50
The lutfar makes are the best im-
11 We have a fresh lot of the celebrated G. N. B
Cornetts—Zbones ; the very best mannfac
t ured. and which we warrant to
large wortment of Ladies'and Children!!
BROCH A SHAW LS
11A - 7.`ID;;KERCIIIEF
Ilem-ititched. and. Plain;whielk, lefy competiti
NI 01:It N NG! G 0 0 'Rs
Crape Veils. all prices: Lace Veils. do.: B. m-
bazines: Alpacas: 3-4 De Lainel,. 6-4 De
Coburga: Crape Collars
FI-4 De) Laines and Cashmeres : Long Thibet a
prices; Long Repp Shawls—beautiful;goods
16.113:and centi. De Laines, Fancy and ai
CoSurgs. and French Merinoes
FIRS: FUItS:I , FITRS.:!! FITT:a
We have just opened a large aasortrnent
RUSSIAN SQITIRRELL CkPIIS AND M
RUSSIAN MkRTIN CAPES AND MU Ej
EILE;SIIH SABLE CAPES AND‘MU
INDSON BAY CAPE AND SitlF
All of which we will sell at law at eairlieb
In conelttsiori we wsnild day, that all the g ode
have are for sale—arid at prices as lo
they can be had this side of Ne
York, We-make bat one
whetherjadges of 'goods or not. D op .
and,look at the stock before baying e ewh
ect.l4-lf BYSTBR BR
have now on hand
to $6 M.
porOtl. Also; a large lot
Of Fancy Glares
fit. and give satisfaction
Just from tklw,
and eyerytbing desirable
Plaitl4, and Stripes
among which max be found
FITCH, CAPES ANA MITI" S,
price, sad that
ehe came to all euetomees.
s method of informing the cal
: and vicinity. that. he has just
Ipbia. with an ENTIRELY NEW
'toes. of ovdry Variety, style - and
__ .. manufactures.
ille has no nid %Slopl:erpers on hood. RIR whole Stock
pleasure in showing his goods. Store in the room - der
er ly occupied by ,F rode rick Smith,Esq..as a Law Office,
and more recently need for the purpose ;by George Eys
ti r, Esq., two doors North of Fisher's Rotel, liainSt - set.
- iffis large and well selected stock, ha being a prattler')
2oemaker.cortSists of Ladies' Goiters, Boota. Slippers
4 Buskins; Misseit and Children'i Boots-and Shoes;
. entlamen's natters. Slippet s. Boots and Brogans.
Do out firget The place, No- trouble to showGoode et
t e KEW STORE.two doors North of Fisher's note'.
nin 4 treeet:Chlunbersburg. Pa,. by
Jonet7 1.11132. , PETER F F.LD3I AN.
I ALL AND &PIE !—THE UNDER
.Bmm:a Amnonnemi to his nitmemns friends and
ii.tomers.that.he continues to matudlictnrs to order.
seep' on hatal a fall and complete assortment of
arluni iliplltles and styles of MORS and GAITERS,
,r L•tdies. Misses and Children Ills assortment of
OOTS. SHOES. &c., for lien and Boys' wear is com-
Jets. to which he respectfully i nr . ites attention . Wark
-all kindsmade tb order. in a nest and durable man•
er. and at short notice. Call and secbeforepurchasing
. sewhere. and he will satisfy purchasers that he sells at
erg small brotitsk 11)1. CHA. Don't forget the place—
ear.. ite Huta k Beefer's Store. Chamberslinrg.
GEORGE LEIINE it.
June 17, In • ,
I ALTIMORE LOCK TIOSPITA.L .
-rat. JOEINS&Y, the founder of this Celebrated
l.nstltntion , offers the most certain. speedy. and only
effectual remedy in the - world for (fleets. Structures.
Seminal Weakness . PQn in the Di.ins;Ciistituilonal De.
bility,ltupoteAce, Weakness of the Back nut, Limhs.
Affections of tlie".Kidneys, Palpitation of the heart,
Dyspepsia, Nervous Irritability. Diseases of the Mad,
Tl.roat, Nose or (*lin ; and all those - serious and melan
choly disorders arising from the destructive habits o.
Youth. which destroy both body and mind. These secret
tend solitary practices are inore fatal to their victims
than the s , ng of the Syrens to the mariner Ulyesus.
blighting their most brilliant hopes, or acticipations
seceDiring marringe.A. c m possible .
Young Men especially, who Ave become the victims
of &Mary Vico.thit dreadful and ~e structixo habit
*tacit ationally sweeps to an untimely grave thousatide
of young men of the most exalted talent and brillian
ntellect, who mi%htotherwite have entranced listening
gonates with the thunders of eloquence, or waked to
icatacy the living ly may ball with tull confidence.
• , _MARRIAGE!
Marriedpersons. or 3 oung , men contemplating mar
ringe,belng awarder physienlyrealmess, &genic debility
deformities,Acc.,shonld immediately consult Dr. Johns
He irlinplactis Maisel fun der the care of Dr. Johnston
may religiously confide in hishonor as a gentleman,atid
confidentiy rely non his skill as a physician.
• . ORGANIC WEAKNESS !
IRIS ROUT SLY CURED Alin PULL VIGOR RESTORED.
This disease is the penalty most frequently paid by
those wilte have become the victims of improper ludo'
gericeli• fulfill; Persons are too apt to commit excesses
from notbeing aware of the dreadful consequences that
may ensue. Now, who that understands the subject
will pretend to deny that the power of Procreation is
Lest sooner by those fall ingsinto improper habit than by
the prudent, Besides being deprived of the pleasure of
healthy offspring, the most serious and destructive
sympathy to mind and body arise. The system become
deranged. the physical and mental powers weakened
nerxeus debility, dyspepsia, palpitation of the heart
.111(14 esi fon, a wasting of the frame, cough, symptom
Office No. 7 South Frederick Street,
seven doors from Baltimore street, East side, up the
the steps. Be particular in observing the name and
number,or you will mistake the place.
Ai- A CURE WARRANTED IN TWO ,0AT8...E0
Zro :Mercury or Nauseous Drugs.
DR., .1 0 HNSTON,
Member of the Royal college of Surgeons, London, gra
dilate from one of ,the most eminent Colleges of the
Glutted States. and the greater part of whose life has
boon spent In the hospitals of london, Philadel
phia and elsewhere, has effected some of the Most salon
Meing cures that were ever known.: Many troubled
with ringing itt the head and oars when asleep. great
izervonsuess, being alarmad at §ndden sounds. and bash
fulness, with frequent blushing, attended sometimes
with derangement of mind. were cured immediately.
A CERTAIN DISEASE!
11 'hen and imprudent votary of plea
'sure filti.Wa has imbibed ti•e-seeds of this painful die:
ease. it 'too often• happens that an ill i timed sense 'of
shame, or dread of discovery. deters him from applying
to those who from education and respectability can
alone befriend him,delaying till the constitutional SylllP-
Wing of this horrid disease make their appearance, dach
as alcaritted bora throat. diseased nose atoctnrnaGains
in that:mad and I imbe.d lioness of sight, deafness, n o bs
on the skin, bones and arms, blotches on the head,faeo_
and extremities, progressing with frightful rapidity.
till at tallith° palate of the month or the hones of the
nose tall In and the victim of this awftifilisease heroines
a horrid ohject of commisseratien, till d• nth puts a pe
riod to 110 dreadful sufferings, by emoting him to "that
bourue from whence uo traveller returns." To such,
therefore, Dr. Johnston pledges himself to preserve the
nmst inviolable secrecy and from his extensive practice
iu the first hospitals of Europa and _A merica. he can
••• nfidently recommend a safe and speedy cure to the
'unfortunate victim of this horrid disease,
It Is a melancholy fact that thousands fall victims to
tide horrid disease owing to the unekilfull nese of igno
rant pretenders who by use of thatdeadful poison, Mer
vary, ruin the constitution,and either send the an rortu•
nate to an untimely grave, or make the residue of life
miserable. • •
TARE PARTICULAR NOTICE!
>Dr .J. addressee. those who have injured themselves by
private and improper indulgences.
These are some of the sail and melancholy effects pro-
duced by early habits of youth. viz:—Weakness of' the'
Rack and Limbs, Pains In the Head, Dirtiness of Sight,
boss of -Muscular Power. Palpitation of thelleart.
pepsin. Nervous Irritability, Derangement of the Diges
tive Punctlone,Generiti Debility, Symptoms ofeunnump
MENTALLY. the fearful effects on the mind are much to
e dreaded t JOSS of Memory, Coufusion of Ideas, Depres
sieo of Spirits, Evil Forebodings, A version to Saciety.
Self-Distruet. Love of Solitude. timidity, &c., are some
of the evil effects.
Thousands of persons of all ages can now judge what
' l itho cause of their declining health, losing their- vigor.
becoming weak, pale. have singular appearance about.
.tb e eyes, cough. and symptoms of Consumption-. . •
Dr, Johnston's Invigorating Remedy for Or
By this great and important remedy. Weakness or
the organs is speedily cured, and. full- vigor restored.
Thotetairribeo fthe most nervous and debilitated orho
had lost all hope, have been imma Mutely relieved. AD
mpediments to Marriage. Physical or Man tni-Dlsquali- -
tleation. Nervou "'era obi I ity, Tremblf ne. Weakness or.
EXhanstion of the must fearful kind, speedily cured by
Whohalminjuredthontselr+e by a certain prise tice.in.
Aulged in when alone—n - habittregnentiy learned fr m
eviltompaniuns. or at •school; the effects are nightly
Fe n oven when asleep, and if not cured, render ma
l ingo Lewin:3llde, and• destroys both mind- and body,
should apply Immediately.
What a pity that a young man, the hope of his %pm
try, the darling of hie p scent s, should be snatched from
all pnispects and enjoyments oflife: by the consequence
aderiatingfnont hepath of natnre,. and indulging in a
certain secret habit. Suelpersons, before contemplat •
I t a,,,
eld reflect that a sound mind and body ar e the
most n ere's:try requisites, to promote connubial nappi
n est. Indeed, without these thejourney through life
becomesa weary pilgrimage:the prospect honriy dark
ens to the 'slew ;the mind becomes shadowed with de
spair, and tilled with t he..melancholy • reflection,- that
: the happiness of another becomes blighted with our
Omer. litfy: 7, 801TTH FREDERICK ST.,
The many thousands cured at this Institutionin the
last fifteen years; and the nnmerona important surgical
nta Operationeperformed by Dr.J., witnessed by the re
porters of t e papers ,an d many other persons. notices
of which, h ye appeared again aidagain before the pub.
tic,is a stt cient guarantee to the afflicted .
$.ll, There are so many ignorant an i worthless
quacks advertising themselves as Physicians, ruining
- the health el the already afflicted. Dr. Jehnston deems
, a ,. it necessary to saytp those unacquainted with his rep
utation, that his Diplomas hangin his office.
sir TAKis NOTICZrAII lettf3rB Mist be post paid ,and
contain a Ppeta: 6 e a. amp for the reply, or no answer will
hesent. I i • Feb 25,413-Iyr.
:ow; C. ndPsngs. JofN m'stviorhir
JOHN C . . HOPKINS & CO.
- • r IMPORTERSdcDEALERSIN
011 INA, GLASS AND QUEENSWARA
• N 0.812 MAILER? STRurt, POILLIMPatI.
er e . For further parttculora apply to 8. 8. 811RYOCK -
TIER P.R.A FT: : -
WITQLESAIE fAND , R*TAIL
amiDealer in all lamb nf 'Merchandise him
- MADE ANQTIIIIIDRArr
on Philadelphia and Kett York Om
- NEW GOODS, .
and iniconeAed In bringing" to
in this place. As this large
Stock embraces such a cast variety"
of articles, it would be impossible to
enumerate articles and give prices: Suffice
'to say that this yArleitaviortment of
• goody embraces a Intl and complete
. , assortment of GROCERIES
from the common to.
grades known 1 .
• to the market.
Choke C reen andßi tick '
lens, Chocolate, fine Syrups,
Sugars, Coffees,' Snit, fish, Pickles, Riti, I
Cheese, fresh Cre'ckera. dried
Beans, Ilumissi, eidsup,
Pepper Sauce, Vine.:
- ; q gar, &c.. &c, Als4
a complete JUI.
PURE, FRESII, OROI7ND AND 1:1N9,1t0IINt SPICES,
AND BAKING AIXTIOLII,i
Ali apices soh are carefully cleaned and gronta! on
Lia own spice miti. Alec , a fall variety rf
• Common 8t r,
krticlea of Hard care,
AND 5000 AIt,,,TICLES:NOT4NrAKED,
. of - which utll be sold at cheap figure"
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
Call and examine for yourself and be convinced that at
GELWICK'S CHEAP STORE
is the place foi r bargains..
ulso 1.00 Bottles of detnestle manufac
ture of strictly lure grape Wine for silo. tdecl6;63]
NEWEST - STYLES. -•
LARGEST STOCE.CREAPEST PRICK.
The o toleceigned can assure the Puldi e, and defies=
cessfnl contradiction, That his recent pdrchasee fh the
Easter' -itiesenatdes bon tearer )ne of the largest and
out a ctire stock of ,
Fbc the Fall and Winter ' S.aSQn qf I Set,' 4 to- be form
in any similar establishment in this section. }Neil so
COATS, , i
~Mp.de. ill tho. vets , beststyleaudattlie lowest prierg ,
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISIMG GOODS
Such as Shifter, Drawers, Cotiara. Cravat*, Neck Tim
Wincikerchicts.&c.,&c. Special attention is Coded tt,
- CUSTOMERS' °ROBES.
I would invite an examination Of.mi Stock
Cloths. Kessermers.Vestings, 4c., which I manufacture
npon special orders. -
I would beg to say that my Goode are'tpanufacturfai
under my own supervision and by We Yerir best work.
men: My preLent stt2ck 110 the most extensive I have ygt
had In store and I respectfully fink my frith dR and tin
Public to giverne a call before purchasing Pleeabeze.
Remember the old Stand. - .1. T. 110.SKINSON.
Franklin Hot?! Building.
Corner of the Diamond anfteat Market Street .
Oct. 7.= Chamherehurg, Ike
-- " -- 1 1 _ 4 ELLIOTT, CLOTHIER. &w,.,
t,„,., - thrtier of the DIAMOND. not door to th.e"
Dank, COA.IIIIERSBURG, hue jrist veitt v rned from this
City with a large 'dock of superior and sentumahle
Givsis.s itch as CLOTHS. CASSINI EIRE& N ETTS,
JKAN. CORDS,,kc.. fur Coats and VELTETts.SATINH.
M tRtiEILLES.and 'other Vestings, Aleo—a very tine
selection of READY-11ADF, CLOTHING. which he
prepared to sell at the very lowest market prices.
-CUSTOMER WORK.—As he employs a first-rate cut
ter. he is prepared to make np alt kinds of t. irment*
for Men-and , Boys.to order.in the best styles. Satis
faction will be guaranteed.
&large assortment of Osattaittst's YI.II3ISUINS; Goers,
such as Shirts, Drawers. Collars, Handkerchi4s, Sue.
Oinders,Carpet Bags. Umbrellas. &c., &c.. always nn
hand, Give him a call and save money. (June 17.`e
C. WALBORN & CO'S °
. WOOLESALE AND MIA IL
READY MADE LINEN
AND DRESS STOCK IKANIIPACTORY,
No t 5 di 7 North Sfrth Street, Phi/ode/phi*.
Silk .Merino and Cotton Under St irts and Draw ers.Cra;
vsts, Scarfs, (acres's, liandkereblefs.Ste. Shirts: Wrappers
and Dress Stocks made - to order by measurement...add
warranted to frivesatisfaction.
Orders may beat with S.S. BEISTOCIS,ChmbArsburg.
UTESTON & BROTHER.
• MERCHANT TAILORS, '
No. 900 Arch Strut, Phaaddphict, P.
Having received a liberal share of patrons:pH , front Chem.
bersdntrg stnd vicinity. we are encouraged to ask for
more. The excellence of our goods and onr work • and
the care we take to give ontite tatlefaction is„ a sufficient
guarantee that we vain our reputation. ;
nov 11, 834 y WESTON teintOTHElt.
EMOVAL.—From 433 Market St.
to the large Iron Building 513 litarket and i 4
More Goods than any [louse in the United Stater.
A. H. FRANCISCITS,
513 'MARKET & 510 COMMERCE STS.,
Keeps the Largest Stock in: the United States of •
Buckets,Brooms. Tube, Churns,
Baskets, Brushes, Mats, Measures,
Clocks. Looking-Glosses. Oil Cloths and
Carpets. Window Shisdee and Paper. -
Bird caskev, Japan icare..nd Waips.
Ant& Gotten as, Waddles.,
Twines, Wick trig, Ropes i n Colls
and Dozens,Cotton Yarns. •
Cotton and Linen Carpet-ohs/rt.
Our Prices will average Lower than any other Rouse
in this city. Call and see for yourselves. "
For further particulars apply to S. ii.SILIRYOCK
AND,-BILLS, fiom the largest to
. the nulled, to Mein or fancy lora, „printed atll[
e office of the FRANKLIN It EN)Firi : o ' HY.
TOB ,PRINTING, every St y le
doneat the glace of the YAANIELIN.BEPOStIVIT
0 0 UAKEll CITY
N. E Corner of rent/4 and Chesnut Struts,
I:mon-rat INAOILMENT OP ' ••
for the last -four years Principal and chief buslntiell
manager of Beyaris a Stratton's Commercial College.;
A ii.t9DEL srsrss C0L4868, -
Conducted on a new system orArtnalßusiness Training
throne% the - estalinshinMit or_ligitiniate - Officns'itod
Counting-11mm, representing different departments of
Trade and ,COMmerc.e, and a regular Bank ofipipeatt
and lime, giving,the student all the advantages of acti,
al practice, and cjitallfying him in the shortest liosidtile
time and most effective manner for the various diot4ie
end employments of bn ness life.
The Course - of Instruct n the Tpeoretical tiApitt
ni.ent OITINICASS Book-keeping. COMPLerCifit CalculatftieuN
Lectures on Business Affairs, Penmanship, anamereie . st
Laws, roims, Correspmtdence,o"e. In the -
the student entersnpon the Graduating entree. which
includes a continuation Si) the above studiw, with their
practical application In ah their details. He will is
turn fill the positidn of Accountant and Proprietiw In As
various Departments ionnolesair. and Baia Trade,
Forwarding, Jobbing, and Cammiision Businuss, Bank
ing, Nanufgcturing. dfining, Stearaboafint, (ft.. Old
finally will act as Cashier, Book-keeper and Teller in the
Bank, in such of which positions his precious knOwledge
willbe put to the fullest practluti test. -
This Institution offers to - young men numerous ad
vantages not possessed by any other commercial eolleis
In the State. It is complete In all its 4pp:tint-Mania.
is the only Institution in the State , comineted on actual
badness principles. 'The course" of instructien is lig
tmrpatesenl, and may be completed in about one hatithe
time visually spent in other institutions, in consequence
of an entirely new arrangement, and the adoption' of
the new practical system. •
Irplomas awarded upon the completion of the rAwi
mercied aturse, which embraces all except the higher
eets of Banking, ganufac.faving, Railroading. dc. ,
dec2-ly send for a Circular.
BEFITTED AND REORGANI2 . O.
Vill commences new quarter on Monday, February &
Large additions hare been made to its already exttitlivr
apparatur, a full and efficient corps of teachers has born
employed and no pains or expense spared to render pure
one of the first institutions of learning in the country.
Particular attention paid to Teachers and young mots
preparing for College.
.., A Primary Department for little Boys and - Girls helm
been opened in the Acadernyuntier charge of Mina P miller
in which, the elsmentx.of Spelling, Reading, Writ@ttr l
Arithmetic, 0 eograpby and Granular will be thoroughly
taught. Tuition in this department; &I per quarter. ,
' Forfurther particnlarssend for circular or apply to
J. R. Iftaitrr,Prinaipal.
A.Orgariztn, A. 8., Latin and 11. Engliah.
A. ti .Tatmatsß.Commercial Department.
Miss 11.11.Paa.mas, Painiting, Drawing and Principal
of Primary Department. - • •
Alias Sanaa Fumy, Asetatant in Primary Department -
FOE_ YOUNG LADIES.—The Spring Session will
commence on Tuesday, Feb. 9th, 1864, but boarders can
enter at any time. and will be charged accordingly. A
large attendance, bothin the primary and academical dee
partments; gives evidence ofan interest in the school not
surpassed in any former - Period. 3fisd S. li .Cnrtia.atinis.
taut in the blgherdepartment, bears testimonials of her
eminent fitness toinstruct in tho higher branches. from a
Seminary in the West, where she taught for several yeata.
The primary department is chiefly tinder the care ofigni.
C.,13. Mosey, the effects of whose energy and efficiency
appear In the flourishing condition of the department.
bliss Z. C. De Forest Is well known as an able and expe
rienced teacher of music. •
THITION.—From $8 to $l5 per session of the months,
TEACHERS FURNISH ED.—Schools and families in
need of teachers. can hear of young ladies well qnslitleii,
chiefArgraduates of the institution, by addressing -
jan - 27-tt.] Rer.II.ENRY REETRS Principal.
Off AMBERSB URG YOUNG
NJ LADIES' SEMLIARY.—TheSpring Session will
commence on Tuesday, February 9th.
Jan 20-31 . REV. IL REEVES,VrineipaL
4 n CENTS . PER.POUND TAX
v . ON TOBACCO.—The 'government is &boil' tie
put a tax 6140 cts. per pound oniTolnicco.
You can save 50 per cent by
You can save 50 per cent by
Bu3itig . your Tobacco at 3.11. JACOB'S
Buying your Tobacco at J. D. JACOB'S
Buying your Tobacco at J. D. JACOB'S,
Prime Navy Tobacco a 75 to 50 ate. '
Prime Cavendish Tobacco at 80 eta to $l.
Prime Flounder Tobacco at 75 to 90 cts. -
Prime Congress Tobacco at 60 to 80 ctn.
- Prime'Twist Tobacco at 75 to 00 eta.
JACOB'S cells Old Virginia Sweet Cavendish
' JACOB'S sells Old Virginia plain- Cavendish. -
JACOBS sells Old Virginia Tw st,
JACOB'S sells Old Virginia Smoking Tobiwco.
- JACOBS' Michigan Pine Cut Chewing,TobscOci
'Cannot he Equaled,
Connot be Equaled.
JACOBS' Opal are truperioito all • •
• JACOBS' Cigars are superior to all,
le sells his'owd - fitanufacturing. - •
Pipes, Pipes. Meerscloinm - pipes, Osier Piped,
Box Pipes, Mahogany Pipes, apple Pipes, Chertly
P 4 -m., India Rubber Pipes, Clay Pipes and :Met . Pipet.
Pipe in and get - Yon? Pipes, Cigars and Tobacco at J.
JACOB'S, Main Meet, Chembersburg. jan 27-Iy. _
XTEW TOBACCO AND SEGAR
WEOItE.--To the Cifivnsof Chambersburp aatt
ricinity : The undersigned . . having been compelled to
leaxe Virginia on account of hid Union sentimenta. bee
some among - you toestablialia hi/einem!, hoping f ot4 We
Jong experience.and by clot+ elittention. be wit Meet
`with a generous enpport. Diketock will consietof aii
he beet brands ofFOBACCO. anti SEG ARS. which he wild
*alias cheep as can behadanywherain town. Don't (Dire
the place.elgn of the “little V.kginia nigger."opposite
be Franklin flot el .nex t doorit&'•hryock's BooktAores
Soath-onst corner of the Diamond.
- June 17 a 8-63. e MUM .
rrHE ARMY OF THE POTOMAO
now order all their Tobacco. Cigars, Pipes, Le. ,
from - I. D. JACOBI... They know Jacobs sells the best
and cheapest. Jan 27-Iy.
TIIST RECEIVED A. FRESH
VP Supply or Midligfut Yiae Cut Chewing Tobacio, at
Jan 27-Iy. t id. D. JACOBS.
-11-0! FOR THE DEFENCES OF
WASHINGTON! " 4 . - •
A CHANCE TO GET INTOP, "2n ARTILLERY,L'
The largest and most complete Regiment from Pa.
$.102 BOUNTY FOR VETERANS.
. $302 BOUNTY FOR RECRUITS. -
Comfortable barracks, 'oolong marches, full ration&
prompt pay, warm clothing and a nice time generally.
These are some of th, extraordinary AdillatlllVd OS the
soldiers who occupy the "Posts of honor."
I have opened a Recruiting Office oppositeihtsepart
Rouse. on East Market St.,Chambersburg ; the mar
office occupied one year ago by Mont, B.F. Wiuger ail*
Any one dotirinito enlist in the above Regiment wa
have all matters satisfactorily explained before so doing.
Call at once and enrol yourselves among the brave de
fenders of yonr country. 1 shall be here bat a elFert
timeoas the Regiment is fast filling up.
Come and avoid th&Draft. -ADAM FERGUSON.
dec23-til gergt. 2d Pa, Artillery, Becrititing,OfSear
• • WIRMERALR OR(Vidt Alflr
ODUCE COMMISSION MERC#ANT.
N. 703 MARKET & No. 2- NORTH 7th ST., PaLLA7IO..
Invitee eke attention of merchants to hie large and well
Resorted stook of Fingara.Syrtme, Team, and Coffeeeldl ed
which sill! be cold at ioareat market ratal. country
buyere and sellers will find it to their advantage te giro
him a call.-
Prieecnrraniecont'ainingallthivarietieipof the IMP.
ket to be had of S.S. SRRYOCS, Chanitiereburir
A ELT-4N &, O.
. - • -1- , And Dealers in-
LEATHER ' ;SUMO, SHERI , AND CALB.SSIIC,•,
N 0.434 NorthTblrd Street. PhiladelphtiS;
Loather, flopso and Rictus. bought or sold on` loga nte Mon. AdrsuceilinidetOn Consignments. IdeaEltr)
O'CE: All Persons- latijwikt
th.toseivei Indebted yarrizts fn *the itiMMR
R AND RECORDER'S,ONTICE, will please esll.
the wee" erlDurtitlerther noticeoes my term et
too expired. My broke will be at 'the Register's 006
or th, present. - (declq
ilrobaccp anlr ,Segaro.
i Wtat Jjotixu.