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i(Continueil from Second P age.) •
defy you. Some people hero say they want
t6"sertd Commissioners In bring rah iit 1 ewe.
;-- And- yet loyal Arkansas has ,organized a
Provisional Government,. and is ready to
come back to "the Union, andntrk my
words to-night,- I will bet that the e•Peace
i men- will,be the very' fellows that vvont, want
her to conic because she has left Slavery be
' hind her. [Cheers.] But the u n i m men
'of the South have suffered'a 'great deal..--
The way to sustain the -Government now as
to sustain the Union. teen Of the South. ' I
am here to appeal to you in their behalf.—
You are told that it won't" do to subjugate
-ale South. Let Inc tell you that there are
Ono of two classes - at the South.that must be
subjugated ;. eithe'r the .man who has drawn
his sword against the Govanment of his
- fakers,' the man who has atMliptedto sub
- jugatvhis Government;_ he must be subjoga- -
. .ted and brought back to, the Governinent, or
the other man in the South, who, in dark
nes-a, and storm, and trial, has stood true to
the fag Of. his country, with his faith never
.-- wavering. The man who has worked for his
_ country must be subjugated, •or the Rebel
Must -be. subjugated- Now thich are you
_going. to whip?-' He 'has lost all. 'lle 'has
- been confiscated:, he has been hunted like a,
wild beast. Will you subjugate that man or
- send doVn your columns to uphold 'him and
save your country. [Cheers.] I have not
aimed to,eny any thing that would hurt the
• 'feelings of any-body:; I hope -you 'will all
got - office that want it. -I don't want to - in
. terfere with that. We don't - know Anything
about politics in Arkansas; we are for sae
- hag ourselves and,saving the
. have not time to talk politics. You might
just as well talk about' a" man leaving the
' -grave of his dearly beloved and going to' a
festival as expect us to go into politics. I
, was reported us saying
_that When I came
out fer - tho Union-I was afraid that my wife
would secede. I never said any smit thing.
She knows too much about secession and co
ercion to try that thing: I did say that I
-_ - litul not seen her but once in two years, and
.. -when I issued my address I supposed she
- would say, when I met her, "I am no poli
, tioian ; I ant a woman, and although my wo
manly instincts tell rrie that you are wrong
tin - this Matter, yet I Will - yield to_ your bet
---,ter-ju,dgment.2. Rik when I met,Ther I felt
•' very Sad. I had had vituperation poured
upon me. - I lOoked foi consolation- to, the
%sharpr of my joys and sorrows, to the moth
er of my children to. say whether she would
sustain me in the trial hoar of manhood. I
• thought it my duty to apologize. She said
iiStop, no explanation - or apology';- it ii:the
mildest act of your life, and I - am proud of
- it." [Three cheers for Mra.,_,Gantt.ll No
- language nor imagination can deScrible MY
- feelings On that occasion., And again, 'when
I deairo,/to go "to Washington, I had, been
with her tut little; she had been -insulted
And plundered by the merciless leaders of
this concern: Though I desired-to stay with
her, I felt that something depended upon my
action. They had 'plundered. hei of her sill-,
Ver. She had with • Confederate 'imoney
bought ahliggy and horses, and' said; "Take
.. them and
. sell them, because it Ir. a duty of
patriotism, and you , ought to, go." .[Ap- -
.platise.] To show you something about t e
. sentiment of Arkansas,- 800 Arkans sol-'
diem, Mountain Feds we call the - ,-came
out-and asked me' to address them. I did
so,'and told theth that the time had come for
us to go back to the Union of our fathers,
and: I want you to take a vote about whether
_ we shall go back with the'curse and the cause
of' the war: Now hoW do you think that
- vote was? Out of 800, just - 800 voted_ to,
Corne back without t•lavery. - [Cheers.]—
_ There was another regiment just forming Of
500. , Willis Jones, was ono of , them. I
:thought he was hung for being alinion man.
I saved him once:- When I Met Mtn at Lit
' tie*Rock, said I:"Good gracious Jones, you
' scare me t see lyou-; I thought you were
hung." 4 , "ell,'' says he, "I compromised
. 1 told Col. rthorspoon that I Would recruit 1
for him,'and 1 have been recruiting for him•
ever since, but I could note get amen to go."
He had 500 men. I Sent to'-'them to take a
vote, and they sent word / that Slavery was
;the cause of the war. and thVy all wanted to'
conic back without it.-- Now won't our De
. Mocratic, friends jUst say -that - the dog is ;
'dead, and - we, willbury him. The. Secession , '
- ista are the men who abolished' slavery. I
'have been told by a great many•that it is not
right that a man who lfas once been in rebel;
,' lion should come hack; and I have been toad
more by a great many - thai he should.—
[Cheers.] . They say L'..What ! shall a man
who . touched a torch to the temple be allov, , cd
, to come back into thattemple again and help
so rebuild it? Thank God- Almighty that
. the temple is not destroyed. ' [Cheers.] I
-, thank Clod that this gieat Goverinent, the
hope of human - freedom the - world over.
stands: proudly erect amid-khe surgings of
'human passions, and that it *shall stand
through all the ages. .
t`. Gen. Gantt concluded by introducing the
- dlon.. N. Gz- Taylor, of East :Tennessee, -e
'Member of Congress who. had voted for the
- Kansas-Nebraska bill. i - , '
A : 4O N & H ALAI.
WITU. OICR OR TWO' SETS 01 RENDS,
C AUTOMATIC SWELL , 1) KN EP
TOP, AND COMBINATION VALVE
Beery Instrument IVarrattUd for Fire rears. '&
• ?ewes rtrist SW TO SM. -
6 , The Cabinet Organ iv the only instrument which
cornbirtesth.- requisites. for church- and parlor MINiC
- for UM school room and the social fest,vtil *Misting
For Friiile iepuaseso.snflicient pmeerlor the :,ecompa.
clement of a Large charnel, it is. Trion. its capability of
all sluvisor f evpression, and :ts w,..iuderfiii crescend o
and 'diminuendo. most eifectiev as a solo Instrument.
Itts capible of orchestral (forts, and rapid musics
frilla,arpcggn From Its sustained three. it has
n decided advantage over the Pianoforte. for th eiender
insc of roomy of the choicest morem.or of the masters,
Vetch as Om piton ies. quartett es.
it. A. IceLl..11:11., iihantb v cibtirg. p a .
' Gen-rid Agent fir l'onneyivanda.
- ' die undersigned will sell 'and deliver. in goo,
cci.„ ; Organs anywhere in this ctate,
factory prices. All inquiries by letter promptly an.
'veered. (.1 tine 17.'63-tf.l . A .11c.
PlA.Nosil• . •
R. A: gitbußE, s for the colehrated
• 'DECK Olt 'ft 4011 E'S S' (NEW-YORK) PIANO.
Pianos delivered, and put up in perfict condition, in 0 4 1 Y
PACTORY ItET - AIL',PittCES.
Alanirrunients anterefor R+e'yee're.
Pianos from other factorieccrill he furnished, Ifdesired.
' R. AnIceLIJREI, • •
• - ~June , Chambers:burg, Pa.
pRINC f E & c o s .
w ; mr, KNOWN
LODEONS AND RARMONIUMSI
Inerodur:ing the effect or Pplal Baas on ov cry Instrument.
k. GAIIL FA'S uneurpoo Cl PIANOS for cash at alit-
Moiithlylnstaltdents. S .
, l or Over 30,900 sold In Philadelphia. -
JAM.}.I.B BELL Alt, Sole Agent,,
street, abo Spruce et.,
• 40)010,614y' PrillthbLPHlA.,
intririrter'B; kan'tkfaiinrirs awl Whorendelriater.
N ,'fIISIOAL INSTRITMENTaI
y} 3IA3d. PRENOR - AND - r MAN 'STRINGS,
‘IAIISE,I" STR EET, PIIILADEAPIIIA.
OrdertOonioTully attended to toy S. S. STIRTOCE
Chamtiefatltg. • • - (inapt - 23-Iy. '
IriIOCAL MUSIC.---4t:A': McClure;
7.7" V es ... 4intiiiatii rt
IpiitliCidusical 'Notation, Harmony, and MUsieilletafr:-
FALL 'AND GOOD!
EYSTER & BRO
jurit returned frc;iiithe. East, pith a large and
varied stock ofseasonablc Dry Glio(b, all of
which we will dispose of at a small
advance on cost. Whatrs
have now on hand,
was purchaSed provions to
thelaterise, and will be sold without
regard to thopresont Easteria prices. witiola -
on many..articlesis full as high as out:retail prices.
° C L 0 T 118':
‘ - 1 j
Ladies Cloths; . all colors and sht.des. from $1,50,
7d Ladies Cloaks just received, of ;various styles
and patterns—from $3, to' $25
Good Kish. Embroidered. '75 cents ; better qihdity
$1 00; Jourins, $1 25; Alexandeis. $1 50.
The latter , makes are the lacit im
ported. Also, alarge lot
of Panes Gloves
We have a fresh lot of the* celebrated CI. N. B.
Coreetts-53 boneir; the very best manufae
- tared. and which rid warrant to
fit, and give satisfaethin
1 , HOODS:
A larks, assortment of Ladies' and Children'
Woolen foods. -
Just from Auction.
Hem-stitched, and Plain, wh cL defy competition.
Crape Veils; all prices: Lace Veill, do.: Bom
bazines; Alpacas: 3-4 De Laines:G-4 De -
Laines Cobuitts; -Crapei Collar; t
and , everythinft-deslinble • • .
for riitiarning. 1
MOURNING S2H - A W L S:
8-4 Do Leanest - and Cashmeres; Lona Thibet. all
prices; Long ltopp Shawls—beautifurgoode
Is. and 25 cents. 'De Lathes, Fancy and plain :
Coburg& and 'French Merinoes
-Plaids, and Stripe!!
FURS!' IiTTRS,! 1 FURS'!!!FURS! !!!
We have-#u4 opened 4' largeaPsprtmani . nt Fun.
• siitongwLich ni;7ll3:e found
RUSSIAN SOUIRRELL CAPES AN,D MUFFO,
RUSSIAN MASTIN d CAPES AND MUITS..:,
FRENCH gADIsi CAPES AND. starri3.
HUDSON HAY COES AND MUFFS,
FITCH CAPES AND MUFFS,: .
All of which we will sell as low as can be had from
. , , . . „ - • - • ' '
ncopelnelonAro,wonld say.that all the soo4, : wp
hive are for at94OOBAB
the can be ba4 thic;Cidmti ;Now—
• York. We ^ 'natio 'btit Ono
= the same to olienstomero; -
f - whither Judges Otornidanr mot, trop'
antilonk at thOiitti.tikhcio!ii
act .14-tf , BYBltit 44 BRO.
WESTER HOTEL) . N - st 'Market
St., Near the Bridge, Chambersburg, Pa. -
The subscriber would respectfully inform the Traces
log community that be has put chased:and taken posses.
sionof this Elotel. lie hopes to make it one of the most 1
desirable places for strangers and others to stop at that
esri be found in any country town.
.1118 TABLE will at alt times be spread with the lu.t,
tries ind substantial s of the season.
IFIS CHASM ERS are large, Ai ell ventilated, and fitted
■p In modern style.
HIS BAIL will be well supplied with a I erge and choice
selection of the very best liquors.
HIS STAI3%. will always be provided with good
wholetomosproveuder for Aluck,and attended hy carettil
No pains will bnopered to redder entire satisfaction to
'all his guests; and pleding himself to endeavor to please
all. bo solicite a Metal abate of the public patronage.
June 17, 'ei3. JOHN MILLER.
UNION HOTEL.—This Hotel is
situated on the corner of Maitfand Queen St reeht.
ae,tr the Diamond .in theßorough of Chornbersburir.Pti.
The undersigned respectfully announces to the travel
log Public that this Hotel has been remodled. It has
been 4 t hind to THREE STORIES in height. , A fine
three Efory Back Building has been added to it, giving
an immence amount of room for the accommodation al
the public generally. The rooms are large and comfort- -
abl4. numbering in all, thirty-five.. They are all well
furnished with GOOD NEW FURNITURE: Persons
stopping at This Hotel can have either - double or single
rooms, with or without fire in them. Tho Table is. al
ways supplied with the BEST IN THE MARKt ; T, and
willseat over DM persons.
The Bar is filled with the CIIOIVT LIQUORS. The
Stable is two.stories, of the tnast n style, and the
best in the Borough of Glum bensburg.
June 17 .'133. JOHN FlSHER,Prnprietor.
FRANKLIN HOTEL— We.st,side of
the PttGlie square. aharnberalnirg, Pa.
The subscriber would respectfully inform the Travel•
Ing Community that he has•louted and taken possession
of this Commodionallotel. Tie hopes to make it one ti
the mostdesirable places for strangers and others to
stoNthat can be fund in any country town.
111$ TABLE will at all times be spread with the lux
uries and substantials of the season.
HIS CHAMBERS are large. wethentilated,and fitted
up in modern style.
HIS BAP will bewellsnppiiedwithulargoandchoice
selection of the - very hest Liquors.
HIS STABLE will always be provided wttb- good,
wholesome proCenderfor stoat, and attended b*careful
.No pains will be spared to render entiiegatisfact lon to
all his guest; and pledging himself to enlieavor to please
01. he solicitu a. liberal Aare of the public patcpnage.
WHITE SWAN . HOTEL, Chant
berthurg, Fa.-- 1 . 4 tarifa. 0 arr. Proprietor.
Having purchased this-well-known (labg - kfro'
as Miller's,. and recently as Weist k Grove's.) the Propri
stotpledges himself that no pains shall be spared t o
minister to tho wants of his guests.
The character heretofore sustained by thellouse as a
comfortable Rome for the Sojourner, shall not suffer in
my hands if conrrant effort to please andaccnmmorlate
will sustain it. Tim proprietor, therofote, solicits a
continuance of the liberal patronage hetet...fore extend.
ed to the " Whitu Swan." n.
In add itiomto !argil Stabling, he has 'MO LOTS and
a trtir of Iles and Srocs Scaixrfor the accommodation'
qf Drovers and Ratchets.
June IT. 1863 MICHAEL GROVE.
WELLES CIMPLY. DAVID Ft 11IITC/1180:g
V OVERLY & HTJTCHISON
- Have 'become. the, Proprietors of the UNITED
S ATES HOTEL, near the Railroad Depot at HARRIS
BURG, Pa. This popular and commodious Hotel has
been neirly.refitted andturnished througnont Its par•
hors andthambers, arid is non* ready for the reception
The trita'ellingpublic wihfind the Tin ted States Hotel
the most convenient, in all particulars. of any Hotel in
'the State Capital, on- account of its access to the rail
road. bein g mmeillatel y between the two great depot! ,
in this city [lf.utatsecao,June,l7,'63-tf.
INDIAN QUEEN HOTEL, Main
Street, Chambersburg. P. .70IIN W. TAYLOR,
Proprietor. Fin a acccovroodations and low charges. -
IS4T-St.elc Yards and Stiles are connected with the
premisesfortbe convehisoceof Drovers. Also—Eaten
sive stabling andyardsfor Horses and Carriages.
Eipt.cutb Sawn ettotro.
GREAT BARE;-Al-NS ,
. FROM ,VEIVY OR An-mows::
- ' AT WALLACE'S.
CORNER OF MAIN AND QIMEN 6TREETS.
New Style Mommbiques,
Diana thene Plaid,
Twilled MOSllmbique.for travelling dresses,
Soperyir Muslin Delainee in colors, -
Colored LltlVlat null Crape de Pony,
Black Silk .superior quality. •
Supsrior Lyons Radzeincr Silk s.f +ublime qoallty
- A large lot of Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs,
- A large lot of Irish Linen,
Jaeonet Collars, new style,
500 - Dmens 'Mies, Misses and Men's Cotton Iles ,
White Linenumf Cotton Duek,
Supet for French Doeskin. - •
Superior silid color Polotille Pig Silks.
Superior Grey Leonoras,
Snperio Grey Poplin. -
-Best quality Grey Lconoras,
eck Ties and Collars.
Ladies and Mist.es' Fillet Mitts!, •
Max eeilles Venting*,
Super Ladies and Wren.' Kid - Gloves,
liandsome - New style Prints and Gingbams.
artisqes.Velvet.Three-ily (superior fin)and conitour
Pour-fonr fire-fonr Cocos and Canton Nritttng,
4-4 s.—= - 4 10-4 Flour OD Cloths,
Snperior Bolting Clothe,
SKIRTS! SKIRTS !r SKIRTS '.I! ,
M. A. JONES
CELEBRATED 'NE Mtn? ULTRA" SEIItT,
No.I7NORTH lith St.; PHILADELPHIA ;
Shirts of all leugttra. and any,oize tvoint made toortler,
and eatittfoetton gnorrnoteed.
Ladled, Mime, and Chittllen's Skirts of ev er} nisi , and
conkantly on hand.
Errro Skirl warranted Yor Sys _Months.
READ HOW .. WE'D() BUSINESS.
We do not make an; chtrapsktrts ill tbommanion arcep
totion of the term, hut we make
THE CHEAPESTJWIRTS TTADE,
liecautte we make
THE• BEST AND DEFY (:0 - A1 YETI TJ ()N1
We warrant OYeryitkirt we'sel I to ho °vie' ly as rep t
resented. tlenmket7 ll wet sell. and It 110V1 ir• how tii
ore made we guitrantee them 3rith full confidence.
we sett a hadskirt zre erehange if for a nese 671 f ‘,
thev get nu/of . ..order nr iireok mtthin sf. 2. t j ,,, o th,, to
.14ill repair than free qf 07,erai,
• W'r mean to give our customers f nil sotisfset inn.' liu
we:Conte - it tin se and compriten itb the tom .priced not t
Weilepond entirely nylon the Anne; torhy of th •
goods we'otTer. end the fairness of our method of 'I4;T,
orders loft •t Aoryncii's Book Store.
nritEcrioArs FOR mnAstmElißxr.
'('Rife the exnc . tairio of the waist. without any all M
s Tho exact length rennired and the Myr tumult I
the bottom soling. Also If the skirt Is to be lortt
timnit.or medium size at the toptand whether II trop
plain Head skirt: U. A. JONES. - - ---
)1017 North Bth St .Philndelphle.
Over the Was
ILY DYE COLORS..
i PATENTED OCTOBER 13.,- 184:
act, Dark Orem
Black for Silk, ".. Light Green,
Dark Blue, - - . Magenta., . ---
Light Ripe. Maize,
- Wench Blue,- - , Maroon, . • - •
_ 'Claret Brown, . Otange t
- Dark Drawn, . • Pink,
- Lfglit Brown, Purple,
• Snuff Brown, Royal Purple, •
~. . Cherry, : 'Salmon,
- , - Crimson, -' Scarlet, •
~. .. Dark Drab, , Slate,
-Light Drab, •
„-.Bollortno, . '
y ft ., * ,,, Drab, , , 1 . , '" ' Violet,
Dight - Pawtrlirrib,.
For Dyeing Silk, Woolen and Mixed floods, Shawl]
- Scarfe.Drasees, Ribbons, Glow, Bonnets, Date,
Feathers, Kid (Doves, Children'h.Clothing,
a-ndall kinds of Wearing Apparel. 1 -".
- 'air- A SAVING OP 80 PER CENT..I34
--...P0r 25 cents yen can dolfg, as many lsglds as won
A tha wissoostfte times that sum Varkits shads,' 0.
lieprodneed.fromtbe Ramo dye...Th.4lomm lealn,p'.,,
and any one can use the ch e with perftCt sucrose. Di.
reel lona in En glint' , French and Gorman, inside Corks b
F'Or further InformatioU In Dyeing.and giving a pelt ,
feet knowledge what colors are beat adapted to dyeorhr
-others, (w ith mantvahfable recipead purchase Rowel*
etevene , Treattei47ll Dyeing and Coloring.. Sent by m4fl
Ott receipt of
,prlce- 7 10cente. Mano.nctiated by
'ROWE & STEVENS.'•
- • .no‘,2/14y1 -: - - . : ,". : .., /260 Broadway, Bostort.
Parlialehy ftuggiats and dedlere ganertill,y
..ToB .PRINMG.; .ait'.);ketir
dealt at the oittoaotatilißitifit LIN RENSfiITO
7..itbe! S t
Via" v ifribritatp 171,1864.
P :1 3 S. IA ,
DISOTDEAS -OF, TEE LIVER
47IGESTIVE ORGANS, 7 ,
.1 i rare cured by ' .
00'LAND'S GERMAN BITTERS,
Thee Bitters have performed more Cares!'
lilive and do give better satisfaction!
t Have more testimony I
aye more respectable people to vouch for them!'
Than ally other article in the market.
e de.4 , any one to c.ntradict this assertion, and
-WILI I PAY •$l,OOO
any ..rhe who Irilrilirodueea certificate published
j by us, that ic.nht genuine. _
HOOPLAND'S GERMA.N BITTERS,
Wilt cure every case of_ '
ronie'Por Nen, ous Debility. Diseases of tht , Kid
neys, and Diseases arising from - a
'rservni_tbe fnllowtng yeaptchns, rest:LlU-fig-from
4Disorders eft esDigestive Organs:
instipetion. Inward Piles, Fullness or Blood to Stomach,the -Bead, Acidity otthe Stomach, Nausea.
Heartburn, Disgust for Food, Full
nesser Weight-in the Stem
1 ach, Sour Eructa
1 or Fluttering at-the ' - -
i. Pit of the Stomach. Swim- " ,
rniny of the head, Hurried-and Dit-
eultr Breathing, Fluttering at the Heart, ,
Cookie or Suffocating:Sensations when in a 0u g
posture. Thinness of Vision,-Do __ or Welirs
hefore th e Sigh t, Fever an d D nllPain
in the Head, Deficiency of ,
ness of the
1 Skitf.and Eyes. Pain '
i in the Side. Back. Chest,
Limbs,, kc„ Sudden Flushes of Heat,
Burning in the Flesh, Constant Imagin
gs of• Evil, and great Depression of. Spiritz
REMENIBER;:that this Biters fs NOT ALCO-
I OLIO; contains no Rum or Whiskey, and can't
ake Drunkards, but is the BEST Tosic in the
1 7 orld. • -
iiitir READ WHO SAYS SO :`it
rein the Rev. Levi O. Bock, Pastor of - the Baptist
-.hurtill.Pemberton, N. J., formerly of the North
*l5 i .I hai, - - niiiimr
T. known Soo s &Marl BaterS
veratilt for it number of years. .1c used them
iji my own family, and have been so pleased with
t cid' efrectsthatl was induced to recommend them
t many-Others, and know that they have operated
a- strikmglY beneficial manner. I take, great
Icesurein thie , publitdy proclaiming.this fact, ands
erlingpe attention of those afflicted with 'the dis
c ses lor which they are recommended.to these
1 ittersi knowing from experience that my recom
temlation willbc sustained. Ido this more Cheer
fully a. 4 Hennaed's Bitters is intended tolpenefit the
arlicted, anti is" not a rum drink,"
Pouts truly. •LE'd'i G. BECK.
I ... . ,
rom Rev. 1. Newton *own. D. D.. Editor of the
Eriey6lopetlia of Religious Knowledge and Chris
tian Chronicle. Philadelphia. '- -,
Althbugh not disposed to favor ofreeommend Pa
nt Medicines in general, through distrust of their
i "gredtents and'efteets, I yet knoW of no sufficient
a.son4 why a man may not testify to the benefits he
elieves hitrlsolf to have received from any simple
reparation, in the hope that he may thus enntriV
to to thehenefit of others;
I do this the more readily in:regard to lloolland's
moon Ditters.,preptired by Dr. C. M. Jack Son. of
is city. because I Was n
i rejudieed against them for
1 any years, under the mprepsion that they were
hieflymn alcoholic mixture. lam indebted to my
iend,ißollert Shoemaker, Esq., for the removal of
is prejudice by proper te. , :ts-, and for encourage
ent 10 try_theni. when suffering from-great and
ong eflotinued debility. The use of three bet tleS of
,hcse Bitters, at 'the beginning of the present year,
• as followed tfYi evident relief, and restoration to a
egreel of bodily and mental vigor which' I had not
el t toil six months before, and had almost despaired
f rezaining. I therefore thank God and my friend
or ditkting motto the use of them.
iLINEWTON BIIOOWN, Philada.
Front the ReF.los. 11. Kenuard.'Pastor of the 10th
-- i Baptist Church'. .
,Dr. 4ackeon :+Dear Sir: Tin.' been frequently
eqiieyted to connect my name~ th elmmendatiohs
tf difft , rent kinds of medicines _but regarding the'
rath:e as out o' '
my appropriat . sphere, I have in
treues destined: but with a clear proof in various
mstariees, nod phrtieuhirly in myifamily, of the use
fulness of Dr. liooflandl Geri:may Bitters, I depart
for onhe from ni: ip.tMl course, t,i express my fol
1 CO n vikiun that.for pcncrattleb s tly of the viqicin and ,
vrprciatly Aa r lalrer (braptaint:it is 40f5 and rad
nalde4)ret,arati,'?n. In some en. es it may fair:-but
usually. I doubt, nut, it wilt he Very beneficial to
those,who starer from the above „ann..
Yours very respectfultr, J. IL. KENNARI).
t F.ighth helow Coates Street, Philadelphia.
' • 1 ~
Feud Rev. Warren Randolph, Pastor of Baptist
. Churo, Gertnantown. Penna. 1 ' ' .
Dr.le. M. Jac son:—Dear Sir: Personal experi
ence, pnaldes me to say that I regard the German
Bitter- prepared by you as a riot excellent medieine.
fricases of seVere cold and general debility I have
been greatly beindlited by tho -use of the Bitters.
and doubt not they Will produce similar effects on
other.. Y aura truly,
1W ARRE iC lOLN DOLPH, Germantown. Pa.
• 1 • ; —..
Trom Rev.. 1.14. Turner. Pastor of Bedding M. E.
Dr: Jackson :I—Dear Air LUaying used your Ger
tuamititters in my thtnilv frequently I 'am prepared
to 'u,Y that it has been at great service. E believe
thatlu most cattes Of general debility of the system
it, is' he cafe4 and runs: valuable remedy of which
I 'haYc any knOwied ge.• yours mipect. fully.
' ; JI. II TVILNER, 720 N. 10th Street..
Broin the Rev 1. M. Lvons 4,4 mer Pastor o? the
Cdluinim , iN J.; and Minerstzmr "Penne-) Bap
ti, t Churche;. , 1
.---- Nattr Itoettath.a, N. Y.
14. C. M.Ja4tsrm : 1 4-Dear Sir: I feel it a pleasure
thwi, of my own aveord, to heal testimony to the
excellence of the German Bitters. ,Siitne years since
be'ttly much attlietetrivith Bvapeptme. I used them
With very hebefielal restate. I have often, re .
coin needed them to persops enfeebled by that ,tor
metnitig tli+eal4e, nod have heard from them -the
mot - flatteringi temtnnoslials as to their great value,
In tlases'of annerallitobility, I believe it to be a robe
that cannot beafli
u ttse - J. M. LYONS.
Frdrn the Re Thomas Winter. Pastor of Rosber-
ntlzb Baptist Church.
pr. jackma :—Dear Sirt r &Ott dut• to your ex
ee l er a preparation. lloothinil's German Hitters, to ;
cult my te-diiiMuy to t h e deserved reputation it lilts
oht fined. I h
ave for ye.nrn. at times, been troubled
nig) great disOrdor in my bead and nercoussyzdem„
I rtil.Budvi' L ecij by a friend to try a bottle of yon •
achilan Bitt ra. I - did en. nod •havo exPerienced/
.nrent and u'exPeeted relief; my health lids bepti .
yd.: innterinny benetitted.l I confidently seem
meind-the arti le-where I-meet-with canon eimiliir- to
my! cam. and lave been n4sured by many of their ,
goLfd effects. Respeetf»llr yowl. /
i I T. WINI ..E It ;WA burplizh. Pa.
I • .
i - . - _ • : I .., ; ---. ' _:. ,/ , ' ,
t'rlun the B. J. S. Harman, of the .German Re
formed Church. Kutztown, Stirks county; Pa.' -
ie:C; 14t. Jaektteif:-IRoppimted Sir: T hard been ,
trtMbled with, Dyspepsia/nearly treents yeart. and -
hayo never ) 1 .14 any medicine• that did .tne 68 much 1 ...
geed as IThofland's •Bittisrs; ' I am Very m 40 - lca
-PrtlYed in health. after having taken live 'battles. 9.li,EA'i i . BARGAINSIN LADIES'
1 Yours Yritiya espocl. . J. J.S. S. H MAN . i ~ FHP.S.-I have a largennd well selected stock of
~ . . _ E . law F un. . y ou' d / di n g of Wink. artbie,'Sbnie Martin,
r / —....-
, i ' 3 ennui Witch; Amvicah Fitch. Liberian Squirrel. French
. StMlrrel, PrenchSible, French Mink Water Mink,: and
• ..... ...,
/ rnICES: - ~ •' illver-Martin, which I arri , Settingat letter . prices Wan
'! Leme Size. (holding nearly double quantity) they/rain Int purchased for In . Philadelphia, Call and cm..
t 1 •'t , • '4l ,not, bottle—lialtdotEm4.s CS melee before purchn.sing elsowhere,ntlhe old Hat. CAP/
Stagg Size-775 Cents per Botle-half doze* 401 .ind gar Store".ot ' .
• J.. L. DECHERT;
BEWARE OF COU4S-TERFE 1 1 8:
gee that NO Signature of S`. is -on Cher WILAPPERif !mot! bottle. /- •1 ' - GREAT 13.4116 AINSIX' FIIRS;:-
..should yopr.noaristdituna not have the s,}tinle Only $9 for et nll set of Ladles Fors, at
a not bo pu t t off bY any oithe ntozieating prepare. g - - • _,
' -; ' DEMENT'S
fins that m Ole offered hilts place, butsend to 11F. r • . . •
4 0 , we silt ifnikseenrelypatiked..bY express, : _ • _.. _
PAUNIPzi OFFIat Alito' AfiIsTUFACTORY. Tomo. nopam. , I '" JOitZt leZlMllitift
-. • . I No, 631 Arvitt STREET . • ,_,• • • - ,
TO/M: 0. OP. INS &CO '
' -"-• • - - • 'JONES dv-EVANS, ' IMPORTOB k_liflAig.R9 Ilit
OitIN!A, G:LAAS : ANti qutarNs*Alck
t. SFtetkatirs , to C . hi . J . tiok son p .fr a C o r E :l 4. 4 - 6 ' ll ' s.
_, N6.6l2.m . Avilit wnatie;
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FOR SAL, by "Dfugilit's . 2nd Dealers In eirell‘ ifiii'flairber'paYtienllitS9oiLto B.' S. SIMVOCR
own in tho United Status.. 7 [41ev3,63-7m ' leambersburg 4'14 '''', •"' - -.- (RI) `l.l-1)'• 1
S.& STATIONER.ndw STORE Ackna
Awl is prepared to transact basins with greater facilities
Wan ever. , _ ,
1300ICKI—Scbool Books, MisCellaneong Poklts.l Toy
Bookii, Law Woks, Medical Books, Sunday School Books.
, assortment of Pocket and Bmi*
BLANK ROOKS of all sizes, qu.lities and styles of
,STATIONERY.—kgreat variety of all kinds of Writ:
nag and Printing Papers, of French, English , and Arueri
.xku manufacture. Also, Envelopes of ail edges and quail
cies, Ink, Pens, Pencils; India Rubber; !tapes.' Seals,
lintßs, Copy BOoks, Blotting Board, Knives, Erasers,
Writing Sand to., kr. • • - - •
GOLD PENS.—The very bestOold Pens Id he - markit,
fully warranted; nade by Leroy W. Fairchild, of N. Y.
BLIND PAPER,— full variety of patterns and quail-
WALL PAPER —Nearly 1000' different patterns.
;;ether with wettable Borderings, Plain, Velvet and Vel
PICTURE FRAMES=-Oval and square Frames for Pho
tographs. Frames made to order. .
FRENCH GLASS, for Tidtnre Prantlei, of any size.. -
CHEAP NOVELS, much lower than publishers' prices.
'ENORAVINGS.- , —Eaglish, French, German and Amer.
BASKETS--Fancy, Traveling, 'Book, Picnic, Fruit,
Knife and Clothes Baskets,
ZEP-11YR WORSTEDS.-=Single : iuid;Donble Zephyr,
Tapestry andflpil Ykpbyr ,Shetland Wool, &c., &c.
NEWSPAVERS.—The, Philadelphia anil Now York ; Dailies recei; ed daily. - Clubs or individuals supplied.
WEEKLY PA etißS.—Harpor's Weekiy.Y. rank Leslie,
N.Y. 3.lercury, N.Y. Weekly, N. Y, Ledgert(nic., rectal*.
od wealav, -
PEll.loblCALB,—Harper's Monthly, Atlantic Month*
• 'ontinental, Godey, Peterson, Balton,. Knickerbockes,
ill the Year-Round, ete.,fete., ieceired as soon
~ al published.
CHEAP LITERATIIRE.—AII the DimeiVablications
Weekly Notreßelles, Song Books.ete., redeived daily.
ORDERS.—Spa take orders for all kinds'of goods.
.EXPEESS.--We receive goods by Ibi:pie*s every day
from the Faint.
Blank Deeds. Writing and Printing. Cards, Rulers
.Paper Weiglintganey Boxes, Combs arutDrusbes t Chalk
.2rayons,snd all standard goOdsitt our line constantly on
MIISIC.—Sheet Music, for Piantt,fluifax,Yl6lth, Flute:
PI kNO.S.—We purchase Pianos on CoMnsission, sows to
-give our customers from . Fifty.to One Hundred and Fifty
MUSICAL INtqRIINENTS.—We can aupply any kind
#.f Idusicalinatninienti at prices far lower than usual.
PHOTCGRAPIEKLBUM.B.-We can Cvll Photograph
Vitinms at lower - prices than they can brit procuted for
`n the cities.
Portaits of Military Men of the U,tS. Army, and Navy,
istingnished Men and Women. Comic Picturee, eic.ett.
, NEW TOY-BOOKS in great variety.
New publications of the American S. S. Union. Arnett;
un Tract Society; Presbyterian Board of Publication,
We have rioheaitatlon in sa4ing to our enatomera that
• om our long experience, our mnonerof doing business,
1.6 d our great facilities, we do not fearvonspetitioit:and
eve no doubt of our being able to, give entire-satisfac
Come and Pee our New Store, our hew and enlarged
ock, and firm your ownopinione. ,
Chamberebura, Sec 9, '63.
B. • SMITH CO.,
.1. . 41kOKSELLB.1113 AND PUBIASHERS,
anufacturenkof Bitink and 3femoranatim Books, Photo
• mph Albums, Manifold Writers. Marble Paper, ed.,
i •South Seventh Street, above Chestnut. • ,
Blank work of - every description; for County Officers,
totals, Conntink Houses, and Pnblie t Offices dote to or
er. Orders Jett with S. S. Strtoncit; ChnrAptsburg. Pa.
Mattbro an 3ebnirp.
Ui AUG lIINBAUGH'S
CLOCK 7s WATert e NI)
J EWE LR:Y ESTABLISHMENT;
MAIN STItp.I4T, ADJOINING TILE POST b' AGA
undersigned would tyspertflllT call:attentitm to
-W - A T.O 4:Ey
1! old find Silver of American and European Illarhrthaiare:
of all qtuditteeatidetylee and at the loweetPrieos.
Iti•geeativiiriety. Patlerit, Ititintel,o4lce, &c.,
JEWELBY;. • : -
be nenand most desiri' ible styles nr Onyx, Coral and
- Pearl, Gold Chains; Bintelets. Finger Rings. OM
Thi4O es, Sleive Buttons, Neckinces,Aiiniets,
Masonic & Odd Fellows Breaat ?Ina, dic.,&C.
MOW] NO ANDTET.JBWEI f EY.
A splendid - stock. and newest styles.
STLVEB. AND PLATED VARS. '
I insisting of Tea Sets;Casters, MngOpoons, Forks, &c
GOLD PENS • •
Fro - in tho best :too most celebrated manufactories
FANCY GOODS. •-•
.A very large and attractisestiock. , ..•
COTLERVAND POCKET KNIVES.
.adgers aCtperioi Pen Knives of different qualities
-• ' • - and priCes: -•
GOLD, SILVNA AND. STEEL SP.NCTACJX-vi
t he long experience of the undersigned hithb , selectiop
ad adaptation of-Glaises, enables him to suit them fo
ay sight. „ '
-At,po time have the people of this county had a more
ttructivo and extensive Stock to select from than is now
resented at the establishment of the undersigned.
:fiery article IS new adder this latest style Etna will be
a'd at the verylowestprice. An examination is solicit
befbre purchasing elsewhere. •
Oil- Repairing done nt theshortest notice by compe
- teat and skilful workmen. . • •
' T. AUGIEITNBAUGH.
Sept 2d door &nib of Post °Mee . , Cbantb'g;
L l 4 &H, T. ANT' Y"; -
1 'iliiniejlicturers of Photographic Materfals
501 )Broadway, New York. '
CARR PROT G R A.‘l) S
, Our Catalogue now embraces considerably over, 'our
Thousand difTcrent subjects (to which additions ar` 'eon
tin nally being made) or rortrutts of Eminent Americans
etc., viz: L ''. - ' -, . ,
2 I lajoril3enerats, - I 5 - 25 Statesmen,
WO Brigadier-Generale - , r - 127 Divi,npay :/-
22:.9 Colonels,- ._ , ~, - _ , r -- 116 .K•othttrs • -:/'
$4 Licuten.ant-Coloaels I JQ Artists'.
201 Other Officers, _ - ll2 Stager -
tiff Navy Ofticent. 45,Prontitteiat Women,
241 -Prominent Foreign Portland. -
'2,500 *les of, 'Works of Art, 1
i nein ding r oproductions of the moat' celebrated Elie/tr.
hiss, Paintings, Statues, ke. Catelogn.ea sent on receipt
of et amp. Art order for Ono flatten , Pictures from our.
be filled on rec,e' ipt of $l,BO, andacnt, by
PHOTOGIINI i nIC , ALBUMS. .
f these we manufaau re 'a "greet yriety ranging In
price from 50 cento) S5O each. • •
Our Albrunirbattith'e reputation oF befng snperior ih
beauty, and tha i r4hility,to any others. The smaller kind
can !meant safely by man at a postage of six cents per
The mote expenshre'ean - beOentlfrettrtese,
~‘We Om keep n Irtrge assortment of 1: "
it - Esool4 1 1 0 1 1 )- A 4 r Eq3cot.M
QiirCatalogue - 61 these will be sent to any 'adaress OA
• 'R. k iL'T. ANTONY;
Mantitacturersolyhuti*nphie Materials' •
- 0 Broadway, N'ew' York,
, . , . _
Friends or reliilvetior prominstit Military men will
confera favor bysending us their_ trimness to copy.
they will be Irepecnrefal carefully lind returned uninjured.
Fine Athtras made to order-for Congieghtions to pre.
.mat tdtbeir etuitor, or for other tiurpaeos, with suitable
inscriptions dim. fang 10-6 m.
Mato,' Caps anti ,furs.
TOW IS TAP, TIME TO GET
Iliitti;onbett 50 at thb
liettil Mt, Cap and Far St. J.l.TApanFtt.
_-CONSTITUTION WATER. -! CONSTITUTION WATER.
-- CONSTITUTION WATER.
' CONSTITUTION WATER.
• ~ .CONSTITUTION.WATER. •
- 'a:INSTITUTION WATER. .
.CONSTITUTION. WATER.- -
- - CONST/UUTION - WATER, - '
4 -- CONSTITUTION WATER.
TIIB - GR - EAV - REMEb i r
00N - STI'TVI7.IO'N,
TEE ONLY KNOWN...REMEDY
DlABeitg; AIM in -444S OP Tire Iti
Hatt been pronouncedly the Medical Faculty, and the
public, to be the most-wonderfer remedy for the permit- ,
neat cute of all ditterasee-,of the STOMACH, RIDNHYS --
and BLADDER that has ever been olfeeed. t ,
It is not a MINERAL WATER. It is froth experience
that CONSTITUTION WATER Sae emanated, and we
now say let fib man doubt, when a single bottle bas been
known to cure diseases whichlthe bestmedical talent in'
this country 'ha's failed to , reliCre:
A remedy possessing, the 'silks:tea of. Constitution Water
cannot be classed under " quack ',' preparations, as it is
now used by the most scientific practitioners in thin city.
It is only second-class physicians that cries down pope.
tar remedies, while the better skilled make use of erery
means to acconrNlsts s cure ; and the success of the pliy.
Milan increases es We knowledge of different remedies! ,
enables him to produce a cure, others - fair in flue
att-mpt. Science iasatisfied with the truth. -
,Water a fair trialwe mean yen whir
arc,under some specialist's care from year year, and**
particularly alludel.olailies who are constantly rotten.:
ing to local treatment, and all sorts of local application%
for disease, with as much chance of success as ther6
would he from local applications to the'throat for 3:Tule:s
es of the brain.
We have always been careful to nee language ,in our, .
circular that could not shock the mast delicate organi
ration, hntWe reeeive so many communications from
persona for which Constitution Water is adapted, and of
whose diseases no thention has been made, that we have --
come to the - conchishn tharif the remedy is capable of
producing a Cure, no matter what tlie - de may - be, ''
should be made known. The medicine is put 'up for -- the
publicist...l there should be no exceptions; _
We would saY,Constitution Water is not like a gilded
pill; made to suit theeye and taste; it .a a medicine in
envy Sense of the term, placed in the,hands of the peophs,
fon:their relief, and 'if taken accor ding to the directions.
it Will in everycase produce a 'radical cure. -We weak'
gay that thk - directions in, regard to diet, etc., relate only
to the disease tinder wliich,thdy °bent. •
Is adisease of. the stomach and liver, acting 'through the
kl4rioya, and is, Withont'donbt, the most ...obstinate
ease, consumption, that affects the human cent
itituticn. We have no space for discussing causes, but
will state-that the effect of -the disease is the convention
ot the stairchy vrinciple (or 'vegetable portion of the food).
into sugar; winch stimulates the kldneysto an excessive
secretion of water, Many persona suffer from this die:
ease who - are ignorant of it; that is, they pees, large
quantities during' the day, and are obliged to get up from
one to fifteen or twenty times during the—night. No
notice is taken of it until their attention is called to-the "
large ditichtirxes of Water, and often when ft is so far ad
vanced as to be beyond the control of ordinary remedies.
Another symptom is the glee; thirst, - which.when the
disease is 'fully Catahlished. - is in tot erablethe qiaticitt
drinks constantly to fthout being
,satisfied ; also,drynetii" -
of the mouth. - ciacking of the lips, a sweet breath, in the
move advanced sine's, and finally loss of appetite, enia ,
elation, arid the patient gm - Malty sinks from exhaustion:,
CONSTITUTION WITER tvittmn t dcinbt. this only knowii
remedy forfiliabells. and we havens much confidence gat
it is a si:Rifle-An we have that (+plum will produce sleep,
aniftruflgellys,y that it has cured everycase hi which •
it has been •
Mune in the rEladder; - Catcultur. Gravet, — Brick
• ;1)1W, pepOsit, eta., etc.:
Weeklies njising franks faulty seeretlon-'-in the 02184:114aa
balug toolittle t and -accouipauled by severe 'pain,. sod
the Ofhei.a too profuse secretion—which NOR bospoodil
cured by.the.2., _ -
CONSTITUTION . WATER
'CONSTITUTION WATER ' '• • - 1 47 '
- • CON , TITuTION WATER -
CONSTITUTION- WATERt -•—
CONSTITUTION WATER -
CONSTITUTION-WATER — - -
CONSTITUTION WATER •
, CONSTITUTION WA'.,,Elt
ZIZZ ONLY,',,KNOWN REMEDY FOR .
. TIM ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR
TEE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR
' 't1173 ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR
- • - ONLY - KNOWN REMEDY FOR
• -TEE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR
TEL ONZY.KNOWN REMEDY FOR - /
' , T&E ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR
TEE ONLY KNOWN--REMEDY FOR '
- TEE ONLY ENOWN REMEDY FOR
IRRITATION AF TAE NECK OP THE 'AADDEEP
INPLAIIMATION OF THE, EIDEVIS,
STRANGOARY AND DURNINO, OR PAinFui
For these diseases it is trnlyit sovereign remedy; and
tea:knob' usanoe said in hi praise: A single dodehato
been known to t1 ieve the ,most urgent symptoms. A' i '
Aire yotiftrosid wit that distressing pain in AM
small of the.back and/through the hips ? A teaspiste
rot at-tsylif the Constitution Water will relieve you like
• ' -- ' / PHYSICIANS. •
Hae.lons eun4 / given up the use of lmehu, cube Is
juniper in the treatment of those diseases; and only.use
them for_the want of a better remedy.
! - .
'2,• " . CONSTirtyriOti WATER _ „
haVe'PrOiesi itself equal to the task that has derriall
upon it, ' '
irfttat9 aqd drench ih . eki;ineys, and by constaa lino
soon lead tocbronte 'degeneration end confirmed dilimise.
• We present thellonstitittion - Watai te, the public with
the couideillWthat it - has tioi equal in_telleving the chase
of diseases for which it has been found so eminently
successful for durink; and 'we tliattwe shall be re
arded for one dilate in placing Re valuable a remedy
in alone to meet-therequitements of patient and phy
READ! 'REAII - 11 . READ fit
Wm. E Grigg—
Dear &r:—ln February, )861, I was afflicted with sugar
dlabet9s, and forADroltrionthe I. ;wilted 'more . ; thatetsto
gatlbits of wat l erhrtwenty-fetirbours: rwairobligehl to
get up as often as ten or Were times during the night,
and • In live mut4bs I lost about flee pounds in weight.--
'During the month of _.lt4. 1861, I procured' two Woos
of Constitution litater,andin two:-days alter nAini , IA I
oxperieired relief, and after taking two bottles tits
entirely cured, -soon after regaining my usnal good
h e ati u - - . , , ; J.; V. Wqr.-
Besoccseeswerts, N.Y. 1 D0ca,1.84.-.3trat- B. Grigg
411I410.—Gernts!--1 freely give you liberty-to make rise of
the folleWing.certificate of the value of Coiddltutiori
.Water,whfeh. I can recoragtendt thohighestmor rag ;
-.My sore_ was. attacked. with pain ,the shoulders,
whoielength- of the back, and in her limbs, with:,,lalyit
vstiart of the Beart 410: Irritation of the inadder,, I
calleda physician, who tended her about threimorithil,
ebonite left her worse than he fotu.”l her, r then em
ployedeuerif the hest, physicians I could find; Wee at
tended tier for, about nine months,
_and- while shelves
under his care she- di4.not puffer, quits as Much palp.
Ile finally gave her up, and coss was impa
las. blw," said ho "she Kos such .a comhinolion of ; eon
piaittsthai medieipe,gieenfor,one or;:vittcs opting some
other ofherdiffi.cuteks." About this time she eoternecto
rod the use "'s •
ishment, Ivo the: de
, sired cited Adly udder
trettlinoll slyher do
mestic aril he Codatttn
tionWatr 'Fa !lap Y*,,td
Weeturmensui Ot., March 2,10, , , , --Dmffr..l Grit. ;
DeVr Sir:-41.1hving soon :your - advertisement - Of tiqog
atitutiou Water," recommended for Intlatrnotiort4Me
11idneyeitrel Irritation of the IlLadder, hexing sllhiktV
for rho rairtilhcee years, and tried the: skill of a
ofpirysicia with Only tempororY relief; I treat, sift
lit try your medicine. - 1 procured one bottle 14 , 4 01 5 r
agenteat Hartford, Messrs. bee:Sisson do Co. ; artC - Ishan
'I had used hair of it; to my Anirprise, r found- st , great
change in my health:: I have lased tiro tOttles oopoiad
am where' nover expect. d to Do In my-Alfe, welf4aalitt
pod spirits. I cannot bxprett . :ay gratitude for - ir:l
feel - that it is ail and more than you reeomutouWat to,
De. ?thy . the blessing of Odd ever amend Alt..you'r
More of lore: Yonnstruly.- -
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