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C OACII SADDLERY
, • _
II A :RD W A It-.E
The subseriber-'reiliectfully informs his
friends and the Public; that lia:continuee to carry on
the above Witness at his °id itrind on Main Street, ,op-
itositelho deiman t ßeforrn! , d Church;
Haring eniarged his business, Saddlers and , (bug.-
makers wUI find In Jae Store Room a genets]. assortment
of Grosds'snitable is their several requirements, such as
~ F aiinad Country liOgdauti,
Saddle Trees and Girt Wag,
pig Trees, tall Plated, Tinned and, japanned; Cloat
.Bair; Straining Wob and-Weisted Rain Wed, lower than
new styles; Curtin Frames; ub Bands; Bridle Frantz;
Iron Plated and Wood qt g 'trunk's;
ISITOELES--BRASS; SILVE R AND
spanned, all stylesand Patterns; Ivory and Wooden
- Mirthtgaleitinfs, Stnmp Joints; grids variety of other
itoode ['ratable for the trade.
-All kinds of Plating, dono with neat
nhs and despatch
SMITEL & RICHAIiDSON
01 Market St, Philadelphia. •
The undersigned would respectfully call the attention
of COEINTEVI MERCHANTS tu their large and well se
lected mock of -
- flaying madespetlal arrangements for the Fan Trade,
we, flatter ourselves we can offer inducements to pur
chasers that will fully remunerate the trouble of exam
militia our stock. We ask but trial, to convince tho
Cbuntry Trade, that we are'prepured to sill low and
Onr stock ofTable and Pocket Cutlery la unnanally
large, selected with care, and including a variety ofstylt
that cannot but suit all tastes.
We have constantly on hand a large assortment of
and Chests, Saddlers,
- 7 and - Shoemakers Toole,
everything in short,p ert taxiing to a first class liardware
Particular attention paid to Country orders. It is our
aim to secure the confidence of our customers, and to this
end we are parti,nlar, in Riling orders, to-give the best
end +se cheap as though the customers were lug is
person. Give as a trial.
Bitreasztris.-4. K. Shryock,Esq„ A. K. McClure, L.
- SMITE b RICHARDSON,
sag. 5,'63-tf • 611 Market. St., Philadelphia.
NEW HARDWARE STORE.
L. B. BLUER
*bald resrpectfully inform his friends, and the pnSllr
generally-, that in oonnextion with his
KEROSENE OIL AND LAMP STORE, •
he has commenced tieIILitDWARE business, at his
new Store room, one door north of 01. Huber's Grocery.
His stock consists In the following articles, Wu
Haase Furnishing Goods,
Table and Pocket Cutlery,
Nails by the small or-keg, '
Farming Utensils,Stich as
Forks • ,
Also, Wass, Paints, Benzole,
Linseed, Kerosene. and Lubricating 0115,
Lune of all dianriptious,
Cbanthliers for (Wand Kerosene
Fruit Jars, best quality, &c., &t.
4Fir Agent for tale of EVANS & •WATSON'S Fire
Proof Safes Duly 29,433-tf.,
.TTARDWARE.—The , public are in,
vited to call and examine out-extensive stock of
Itntvaie, Cutlery, &c. We keep on hand a large stock
iff.gssalsin our line composed partly of the following
. Soeds Which we offer very cheap.
Iron - ' ' Files Looking Glasses
Wails .. - ' Rasps ' Farm Bells
Steel : - Baste • Springsand Axles
Hocks • . Glass Boot Trees
Hinges . ~ - Chains Shoemaker Kit
Planets , Whtps. • , • Saddlers Tools '
. Anvil's . , . Bolts" Trimmings
' Vices , Saws . Coffin Trimmings
Bellows Brushes . Grind Stones
Paints ' Hames Cedar Ware,
Oils • - Shovels. " Blasting Powder
Tnrpontitie ' Rakes ' Shot and Lead -
lions ; .• Spadesl • Pocket Knives;
' • Gill and examine our itivic. SpeCialinducements of
feted fer cash. ~ [oct2l'63) , . BRAND & FLACK.
w., W. KNIGHT & SON,
. , Importers and Dealers in
- 'AMERICAN, ENGLISH AND GERMAN
HARDWARE, '- • '
. ... 509 Commerce Street, -
Between sth and 6th and Market tiadAreb Ste
'Philadelphia: , - -
I ettatro, etabinetarg,
Er. 1011141 P&ZT. , Inistau ti.*oxo
FABY - N.G,c z
- UNDER KERS
MiNITFAC:TIIBER3 OF CABINET WARE
The undeislgned;respectfally announces to the cW
tens of Chambentburg and surrounding country, that,
the ; have.leased the Cabinet Booms of lir. Wat. nous,
dec, on !Rhin Street near Washington, and bought opt
all the material of lifr. WM.A.Hsattsr pertainingte the
lih'BERYAKING. including histwo Hearses, whore they.
Intend to give *pecial attention to this branchof the
"COFFINS of Cloth, Walnut, Cherry, &c,,made toorder
at the shortest notice and on moat rensenable terms.
They wilt also attend to the laying out of .Vgorpsti,
Which will be done% a satisfactory manner: •
Fdnorals attended in town and country.
IiENITIA.N BLINDS made to order.
Airkinds of Cabinet ware repaired neatly and
The public are respectfully referred to Mr. Wu. A.
Remember Wm. Flory's old stand. '
- 'nor 4, 'S3-3.m • FREY & MONO: -2
CHEAP CHAIR-AND CABINEt
WARE B00)18.—The subscriber Informs the pub.
Ile that he continues the Manufaotare of the Tarions ee
tildes of PIIIINITUREin his line„ at' his Shop, on Main
Street. threedoors South of Huber and Tolbert's Hard.
ware/Store. lie has always on hand, or is prepared to
ritinntacture upon the shortest notice, Spring ,
eitte Bottom and Windsor Chairs. Sofas, Plain and Nen
cCy~._Tablea, Bureaus, Dressing and Cd mmon Wardrons t
I Wmih' Mande, Book Oases, Bedsteads. VENSTIIitr
BLINDS - got up in the best style.
'Perth:haler attention will be paid t'd HOUSE PAINE'
MG AND V'APEFL FLANGING, and entire satisfactriin
inerery instAnce guaranteeu.
-' • Iit,I2O.4.IfLING of all kinds in his line of. businesa
'om lrfattonded to at moderate , prices.
Wl—Hating nurhased the Ileum of
Mr. Wit. nosy. deed. heisable ?annelid Intetral4 end
umuftiettire Gidllnsat thashorteht noti. ;
nut orCiterry. A Layer-out will be iaatrendance.
ney.030..1y ' . - JOSIAH E. s'Cnornmp.
MEMENTS.,--Dealers and Man t
om' of Agricultural end other Irapl?menta
me reach e large claw .4' intliutble canon:ter, I, Aran !
ETIIINSF,RTED ON ANBET,
BASE.—DR.N.SOIII.OSSEIC Dili) still at his reel .' '
once on EAST MARKET STREET. near the Franklin
Railroad. DentistrY in all Rai - branches attended to NC It b
all the modern improvements. Raving published to
this 'community for more than two years, that teeth or
Aniber is in every way eIIEAPER AND BETTER than
teeth on any other .material, I - would say thati still see
no reason to change my opinion. for there are many per
sons in Chambersburg and vicinitylor whom 1 hare
inserted teeth on AMBER, who can testifyto their supo.
N. B. 'All work warranted to give satisfaction:6'r no
charge. Teeth extracted without. pain' with 'Mule&
safety without taking Chloroform. For further infor
mation call nt the Office. [June 174803.
R. W. W. SCIILOSSER, Surgeb .
. 'Dentist.—Thenwiergigned has removed his Office
from the Marston Mouse to the.residenee of Mr John
Noel, Northwes t corner of the Diamond. and' itninedi
' ately opposite the Franklin Hotel. Office on the se
• coral floor—entrance through the passage, to the iight
as yon ascend the stairs.
Jnne 17,1801. . -W. W.SCHIMS9EII.
J, K. RELO; Don
, tist, has removed his office from the corner or the
Pn fic Square, where he practised so mini' years. to - the
corner of Main and Queen Streets, above Win. lleyser's
DrukStore,Chambersburg. Pa«whore he will he pleased
o receive theenlis of his friends. [June 17, 1883.
TO THE LADIES OF -AMERICA
LYON'S PERIODICAL DROPS,
LYON'S PERIODICAL DROPS,
LYON'S PERIODICAL 'DROPS,
LYON'S PERIODICAL DROPS,
TILE GREAT FEMALE REMEDY!
THE GREAT FEMALE REMEDY !
THE GREAT FEMALE REMEDY
THE GREAT FEMALE REMEDY !
LYON'S PERIODICAL DROPS
LYON'S PERIODICAL DROPS ,
LYON'S PERIODICAL DROPS
LYON'S PERIODICAL DROPS
ARE BETTER TITAN PILLS!
ARE :BETTER THAN PILLS!
ARE BETTER THAN PILLS
ARE BETTER THAN PILLS
Lyon's Periodical Drops are,
THE ONLY FLUID PREPARATION
THE ONLY FLUID PREPARATION
THE ONLY MID PREPARATION
• THE ONLY FLUID PREPARATION
ever brought before the public, and as a 'diuretic and.
ispPcificferirregniaritleg,chalbmgee •he world to pro
duce an equal; they nre, in the most obstinat.eases,
• _ RELIABLE, AND SURE TO DO GOOD
RELIABLE. AND SURE TO DO •GOOD
- RELIABLE, AND I StRE TO DO GOOD
RELIABLE, AND SURE TO DO GOOD
AND' CANNOT DO HARM,
AND CANNOT DO.RAIVaI,
AND CANNOT DO HARM,
AND CANNOT DO RAM,
IF THE DIRECTIONS ARE ADHERED TO
IF TAE DIRECTIONS ARE ADHERED TO
IF Mr. DIRECTIONS ARE ADHERED TO
IF TILE DIRECTIONS ARE ADHERED TO
SAFE AT-ALL TIMES!.
SAFE AT ALL TIMES!
SAFE AT ALL TIMES! •
SATE AT ALL TIMES!
&went when expresely forbidden in the direetionawit'eb
are wrapped aroutid each bottle, and have the vrrittei
aignature Of Dr.JNO. L. LYON upon them
NONE OTHERS ARE GENUINE,!
_ NONE OTHERS ARE GAtUINE.
NONE OTHERS ARE GENUINE!
NONE.OTHERS ARE GENUINE!
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS!
BEWARE - OF COUNTERFEITS !
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS!
DEW:ARE OF COUNTERFEITS
They cnreall those ills to which the female system
subjected with dispatch and a degree of certainty wide
;rating hut a acieutitlcally compounded fluid prepal
tioa could reach.
USE NO OTHER !
un NO OTHER
USE - NO OTHER I
tin NO OTHER G•
For my Drops stand before the world as the its p?..
ultra of all remedies, for the cure of all disease. , of t 1 •
kidneyw and bladder, Leucoreah,Prolapstur,and the nil' ;
but positive correction of all irregulirities.
DO NOT BE !IMPOSED UPON!.
• DO NOT ISE pIPOSED UPON
BD \ NOT BE IMPOSED UPON
DO SiOT BE IMPOSED UPON 1.•
those who have ether preparations, which they •
sire to palm off upon the strength : of the popnlarity
myDrops,and . who recommend theirowernostrums„th
appropriating to themselves the-constant demand
my Per:odicai Drops.as a medium • for selling somethil .1
which is wOrthlesti enable lent. But when'theEru
Fist you apply to h n of them, either ranke\ hi e
buy them fur you, o ettolose one Dollar to the nets", , s
eat general wholesale agent, who Will return ybil
bottleby return Express.
You will thus save yourselves trouble and obtain
lief from the greatest Female Regulator of the Nit,
Over2s,oooßottles of this medicine have. i been so
within the last six months, and every Lady that beaus .
them, but for the nature of the cure would furnish
with her swoon certificate of their e6icac7. It tali
hut one Dollar to makethe experiment, and I appeal
those of your sex who are sUffering—will you was
away whiwastrigle Dollar wili give you instant
Prepared solely by Dr.Jno. L. Lyon, Practicing Pb
Price Sl per - bottle.
C. G. ARK .& CO..
Wholesale Dragrikts, New even, Conn.
General Agents for United &gonad anedae.
Per Sate at Wholesale by
D. S. BARNES & CO., New York.
(W. C. GOODWf N & CO ,Boston.
- 30ILNETON, GALLOWAY & COWDEN,
Hopi 23, v63-e j ow-1.71 • 23 NOrtheixtb st., Phil*
fl a inting, elating, Sit.
DAENAED T. FELLOWS,
.1) • • NOMA, AND SIGN PAINTER
GRAINER,- GLAZIER, AND PAPE' t-
In the- Old Armory .Building, (up stairs, y
neit door - ,to "Old Jail," Peiffer c i• Foltz's
Carriage Manufactory, opposite -
- Breton's Hotel, and
CORNER 'OP 13.BCOND AND kfABW ET 8.114.,
• -Ckambetaburg, Pa.
I relpeettaily take this methorrbf thanking the eiti
sans of Chamber,sbarg and Vidinlty for the - Tory I them.
patronage I havereceived at Abair hands for the pair
' year, (my firer year In this plice,) and flattering myset`
that I savo.done, and and am still prepared to do, the,
very beet work in myline r l solfeft scuttle-I:Lance ofpast
favor. B. T. BELLOWS.
P. S. I respeattally refer toanynt my patcans—Jami,
Eyster, Wm. BicLennhart, McClure. Rev.Mv
Nieemla, Ptesiqterian ChnrchtDr.Richards,Dr. Fisher;
et .x. Kieffer & Co., Germanttsfld fdeseenger.J.Allisen l
Eyster. Wm. C. Ewer. and dny others for whom I have
done work—for character of work done, and eripedlthes
June 17, '
DARTNEIISHIP . .2—Notice ie here
by gireri that the undersigned have entered We
partnership in, the Hardware and Clattery business etas
old stand of 51yerak Draw', where we are prepared tc
furnish everything in our line as cheap as any other;
house in thecoanty. Speclalinducereenteareoffered Sof ,
reek as oti r motto will be quick sales and short profit& ,
JACOB S. BRAND.
*et .I;OSLAeet 2! • BEORO.K.FDACik'
3.IIEPINTS. Soldiers in the Ser!.
vice, or in rinerdtata. can furnieh them with thii!
NPOSITORY three monthe for 26,cente; 'six mangle foci
50 cents, or ono year ror - -
j - ‘
3f : pe::s''t,cothlio :Ili
(Coat, Luinta t Scr
a. A. DErrz
DEITZ & M'DOWET
-WILL PAY IGHE
IN C &St!' rot
i" An& all kinds of
ALL KINDS OP
Foit . SALE,
C II E A - P
FO A• C.
DEITZ 4- ( DOWEL
WAREHOUSE AND COA
Near the Railroad Dep
C' HAM BEESBUR
On. North Carlisle Str
IVEW FIRM - 1-00-
L 1 •
LUMBER! LUMBER!—L! E '
hnving purchased the Coal and Lumber
A. Deitz, will continue to car on the ti •
wiilahoaye haveon hand 11 large supply
Coal. They will tie prepared to fill a!
shortest notice. - They respectfully tad
age of the late firm and the !Addle g
who may dadre Coal and Lumber to
feeling affirmed that no means will be
ne elate those on the most reasonable tei
dune 17 : '6341 - . • ' LECI.II
N0.12S SOUTH NINTH ST
(BETWEEN CHESTNCT A!'11)
~T A Nrr,)
• P II LADELPITTA.
OEO. M. LAIIMAN.I .
A. M. SALLADE,
J. D BITTING. -
RIVESE, GARDRAT & ( L P 'S -
SUPERIOR COGNAC IfRA:N - DY,
'VINTAGE OF 1.8341 _ '
EACH BOTTLE SEALED :WITGGRIF.; W4X-,
'TIIE INITIALS OF. THE R:IR11.1
IMPORTED BY 1
LAUDIA N, SA LLA D k CO;
Sr7P.ERTOR OLD MADEIRMEM
VINE RUMMY. CLARE , AND
AND AN AOSORTIMP OP PINS R VIDA OP
- - .-
C HA3 Aq. F.. 1,
\ OSBOR & C 0.71
0 17. TO. 1
NVY.ET FINK ' ND DELIOLTE OLD
\ .PORT WIN J E: f
EACII BOTTL4SEV,LED WITH ELL(4 WAX
'WITH TUN N lALS Or lIE Fin)!
..4 , • I . APED VT
L'AU HAN SA1 O LAD
N0.12S SOLI II LININIII!.
• AICA BE7:
'LTZ \VMS lj
OLD J •
• A. LI ALTER('.,
NINTH EIREE'r!, l j
128 - •9OIJT
not . . 1q.47
41..J0H1C 0 - NTB.B,Y Witt
attend promptly 10 silvans i Ms line. Ofce en
sin street,next door to the Eng* natal, and nearly
oppoelte thereeidence of ,tbe t orgeMtambere.
ChaMberiburg, June 17, 1863.
WB. lIRO ' Etectiica/ PAO&
fetal). OfEcit i Frankli n Building, Wier,
744as:sr STIMET, Challlbe • burg, PP. .
The above treats all mole %Emmett by mean/ er.
0 A.LVANISI,I and ate ent modifications of ELMO
TRIVAY, as discovered a tangh4 by Prof. 'WWI. I
Nov 4, 63-tf
.ARIiS, will att4nd
ID iine. Mee on 1M
leee D Store. r
7 t0 0,A.M.; 12 to :land
TAR. J. C. RIC.
.1.) , promptly ; o all call
Street, next s door to Span
gar OFIICSI Houtte—Frl
irl • BEIDELMAN, ~ -
kir • WIIOLEKALS ORO6rft AND
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANT,
,i i .
-No. 703 MARKET & N 0.2 NORTH 7th RT., PHILADA.
Invitee the attention of merchant to his large end Well
asserted stock of Begara,Byrapa, eaa, and Ooffeesall of
which will be sold at low to tot rates. Country
boyersand &Mere -winded It )t , :Ir advantage to siva
blin a pall.
Prieeeerreetseontaintni al h varlefies of then:ar.
kat to be had of 13.8. MB ' • .11, bamttersbarr
aept.23' i • ,
. . "
ositarn, it4rigtrp,.7L , 1864.
, TEM:II !I' O
A 1.4. V TRNE:7*--4
,Senttit of the Diamond,
Would reepectfullyinyito theiittentton of the pub
i I IEI
Ile Inv nor the largest aad best assortment ot
A ti H ,
A • ,
NN ' ..k
F OQ_IING - , SPOUTING, &c.,
IRT & SON
and of George
e huaittasa, and
of (Amber and
orders at the
eit the patron•
nelrally. and all
ice them arall,
erred to accoru
F.T & SON
l • ITS,
.gitb einivare .
• V' •
lic to his hirge nod wall solecteti - stock of
GAS BURNERS and
ever offered in Franklin county
constantly on hand of all sizes, end the best ma-
i v COAL BppKE,TS
11:1;e largest assortment,the heaviest iron' and the
best wade in the county
Aisu—A li[ Ro stock of
1 )T I N --W A R E ,
made of the hesLinaterial and a workmanlike
manner. As be iS a PRACTICAL WORK
MAN, awl hes hl Many years of -•
• ntrienee in the business, he'
feels confident that he
can give -general
rid-putaLet the shortest notice. Parana--
lir attention paid to all kinds or
Call and look through 'our stock and getthe prices.
st4 . 6l pa Tato 19
"S3nall Profits, Quiek Sales and Goad Value.'
JACOB 13. MILLER,
_ . Four Doors South of the Diamond
I N0v.11. - ti3-IY. :
tr ITHOITS.gIiEPERS; REA-Dl—GTal:
la g hee &
s rise Air-IVlett—A Newlr Fiat Top
iTh MI STOVE The plates are very heuvy,and the
;shale L-tuve is finished iu a superior manner. .1 warrant
this Stave to bs stipurior.to any Flat-Top Strive now th
the market. ant rtlypentfully invite my friends and the
public to call arid Tx:Milne this Stove, of which there
are several sizes.
I have also a greet variety of other COOKING
STOVES of every letyle ;- PAlt LOA STOVES, new and
lavuitifol patterns} together with a heavy stock of
for Churches, Stores, Offices, Hotels. &c.
JOHN S. LUDWIG,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
S7'o rEs. Tlll AND COPPER WARE.
N. 13.—1 have beien appointed Sole Agent fat Galla
gher's Celeb rated Sun riseAir-Tigh t Cook Stovein Chain
therfiburg. Pa. June 1708113.
T ETTER, HAMILTON '& CO'S
Great Stove and Tin Were Store.corner of Vie
naniond.CfU3 be seen the largest.bost. and cheapest
stock of Goods inChanthersburfc. They lave COOK
ING STOVES for Wbod and Coal ,ot latest patter trs
all sizes. at fair prices. [Jane 17,1Sna.
QPOUTING- DONE AT .SHORT
L.ZI NOTICE: of first rate material and cheap.
An work warranted. and cheaper than cart be hoc eh t
eleewhere in the County. Call and aea for yourselves.
nt ETTSF,JIAMILTON k CO'S,
nearly app °tate the pAnk.
- UTTER, HAMILTON & CO. are
.12A prepared to put up tho best LIGHTNING RODS
at cheap rates. •!
A IWAYS ON HAND, A,LAIi(I.E
novortment of the very best Tin, Ja - pan necl nid
04)perwaro, &c., sold low Id'
ETTER. nAIitILTON & CO'S.
A LL WORK WARRANTED. and
tl aivii>er thnn 'cnn- be bought elsewhere 'in ^the
couuty. Come and see—then buy. et.
ETTER. EI&MILTON & CO'S.
ALL FOR PARLOR AND M
k./ MSG ROOM Co M STOVES. They nrirprettyf,
good and cheap. • ETTER., LTON CYS.
• A few doors from Shryock's Hook Store
f r , TILE PUBLIC fiEYERA.LLY,
T e undentigmed taker] this Method to inform the publie
that be tont taken the FOUNDRY so long carded on by
Wm. Seibert, w.4b all the PATTRRNS connected there.
with, where he purposes continuing the business, and is
now prepared to ntuko -
ALL KINDS OF CASTINGS
that may be wanted- by the community. particoliir at•
he paid to Aakitig and keeping on hand *v
ery description or PLOWS; CASTINGS, WAGON ntiX
Ktiote. - .
All kinds of Castings made to order.
Now Plows, of diff-rent patterns, always on hand •
made to order.
OLD METAL taken in - trade, for which the highest
price will be even. - •
By devoting himself attentively to btullnefs he hopes
to merit and receive a share of public patronage. •
June 17,'63. ABRAHAM. METZ.
NEW MARBLE - ..YARD.-Tipp
undersigned respectfully announces to the citizens
o:Franklin county that he has opened a New Marble
Yard in the room formerly occupied 'by Dr. Hamilton,
directly-opposite J. S. Nizon'e Drug Store, Main Streek
in the lioroughe Chambersburg, where be will keep Os
hand or make tp order all articles in his line of husinesei
such as iSIONWMENTS, TOMBS and HEAD STONES,
MANTLES, TABLR & STAND TOPS, &c., manufactured
from the eery best Foreign and Domestic Marble.
- He respectfully Solicits a call from those who maybes
want °fatly article In the above line, Hale confident is
his ability to satisfy all who may be pleased to patronize
him, either as regards his prices, or the quality, beanig.,
arid chastenees of hie work .
July 8,'03. JOHN A. GROVE. ,
A _ELTON & CO.
and Dealers in
LEATHER, so . ..imp. SHEEP AND"CALF SEM,
N 0.433 North Third Street, Philadelphia. l •
Leather, Sumac and Skins. bought or sold on Commis.
lion. Advances made on Consignments. Idedl-30:4
JFMENDS of Soldiers in the Ser
vice, or in Tictepitals, can farniali them with clop
tiVBITORY tbree months for 25 ocriWnli gPiiingM
00 cents, or one per for ti. N.
tintoion & "Veinal ...4genvits.
JOHN M. POMEROY ~ '' ,
A .1? - if 1 , AND N Arr. AC2NCt_ ,-
204 SOUTH FOURTH STREET, ,
, . PHILADELPHIA. :
The undersigned, having resigned hls position as Pay
master in the.ll. &Army, has openodut NoSOUTH
VOUKTII STEF.ET, an AGENCY FOR I" CURING
BpPENSIONS. and for the collection of Orrin ', Souigne,
end all other Claims against the Government.
My loniexperience as Paymaster, has given me unit-
Weil facilities fur becoming thoroughly acquainted with
this business in 011 its details: On the receipt, by thail,
of a statement of the case of claimants, 1 will forward
the necessary papers for their signature. Personal at•
ten tiou will be given toile cases atlYashingt, n.
Nacharge unless successful, when $5 wilhbe charged
tUf collect it g all slims under $3O, and $lO on pawns over
.lint amount and under $2OO. Larger claims taken on
special arrangement. Fees in Pension Cases; as fixed by
INFORMATION FOR, AND INSTRUCTIONiii-TO
' AU Soldiers of the present war, who hay() served two
year... and Saddlers discharged for woundaireceived in
battle, without reference to time of service, are entitled
besides their regular pay, to $lOO Bounty.
In case Soldiers or Seamen are discharged for disability
Or Wanda received evens in the territte, they are entitled
to it Pension according to the disability. • _
In case of the death' of the Soldier before discharge
disease cuntr teted, or wounds received while in
service, Ids widow is entitled to receive the $lOO Bounty.
besides arre4r.iges of pay and pension during herlifetim•
If the Soldier die after diseharge.frem disease cons
tracted or wounds received while in service, hie widow Is
entitled to a pension of te,g.p e r annum . -
If no widow or minor children, the mother of the Sol
dieror Seaman will receive the l'ension, I f dependant on
him wholly or In part fur support.
If deceased Soldier or Seaman
. leaves no widow, his
children are entitled to the samebenefits atithe-widow,
except when the children may be ovet the age of 16 years.
If-nu widow dr minor children, the bounty and pay,
will descend to - the heirs as follows:
First to the Father, second to the Mother, third to the
Brothers and Sisters, and then to thelnext of kin.
Discharged Soldiers. whose - xlothing account was un
settled at the tl ine.of discharge, can recover any balance
due them, if the Company hooka are not deetroYhd. To
draw this bstance. write to your - Captain for a de:scrips
live list, showing Clothing accohnt,andforward it to me
with your preliminary statement, giving Also the date of
Soldiers, who served with the nine months' volunteers,- i
can recover $27 bounty andpremium, without regard to
lime of service, if they have notolready received it.
Soldiers who were prisehors ih , the South, and Soldiers
who were absent on sick furlough. are enth led to Com
mutation of rations. . 1
In communicating with thia ofSce,state the nature of
your claim fully, and give the Company and Iteg snit
hich you or the Soldier for whom you claim belonged;,
es well as your present Post ()Mee adorers. '
Ills Ex-ellency Agnaaw G. CURTIN., Governor of Penn
lies. Swami CAMERON, Harrisburg, Pa. •
JOSRPrt CASEY, ChiefJestide of the Court of Claims;
Washington. - _
lies. E. IL BROOKE, Chief Clerk of Pay Department,
110 X. BDWARD ilicPusaSox, 711. C,, Washington. '
LION. JAW. P. :TERRE", president Judge, District Court,
llo:v. A. R. McCiuut,Chambersbnrg. Pa.
ilmv.TElo3l AS A. Sewn, Vice President Penu'a Rail Road.
Ilog. Wawa! B. Tnosas, I'r:fleeter - of the Port, Philad'a.
C.-A.WAitionsr. Post Master. - -
DREXEL it. Co.; Rankers, philadelphia.
J axes Dtrrliae, President of Union
-Baxter_ FABerstorors. Attondea,
-Rusin, WRIST iilnvvr, - Merchants, &" •
I.excieslzoing A Co. Merchants, et -
Parra:x.lv, ItArion & Co., - cc
nninD FAUST Ji; Co., Merchants,
ID:MUM* S. JANNET.JR..I; Co.. Merchants, - -
CRARLSS Moitearr Co., Merchants, ' 1 -
ATWOOD„ WHITE & CO., Mere hants.
• JOHN M. PITIIROY,
No, 204 South Fourth gtrect.
June 17, '63=tf.
PENSION, BOUNTY AND WAR
CLAIN AGENCY.,Penions procured for soldiers
of the present war who are disabled by reason of wounds
received. or disease, contracted, while in thaserrie.e of the
United States; and Pensions, $lOO Bounty. and Arrears
or Pay obtained for widows or heirs of those who havc
died or been killed while in service.
JOIN It. ORR, Claim Agent,
Feb. 5,'6347. Chambersbmg, Pa
Tint NER'S.P ! ALSAMIC COUGE
13 StiltliP...Ettr Laughs, (bids, Crbnp. Whmiping
Asthma, Bronchitis, Sitting Blood, P in and
Difjicultyl of " dreathi de.
—This is no new retiiudy.- -lt has been used for a niZm
her of ye.irs in ktaryland unit part of Pennsylvania,
and has wherever known, acquired , nn unprecedented
reputation for curiug the various difeases for which it is
recommended. ; '
It to used by all C11139e8 of society, and the universal
opinion is that it is good. This Syrtzp is purely
Cbmpound. It is pleasant,to take, and -never does
injury. Bitt,oartng th its pnritying qualities. must do
good under any cirennmtantes..lta:effects are truly
woudet fill, soothing miming. dad, allaying the most
violent coughs: purifying, streengthipg and Invigorating
the - whole syateut, calming and soothing tile nerves,
aiding and facilitating expectoration, and healing the
Thus striking atthe rott of diseases, and driving it from
the system. •, CROITP. ,
This disease is announced by difficulty of b*ithing
shrill whis Ring or wheezing, hacking cough and threat,
cued suffocation, &c. • It mostly Durum in young chill
dren. •No child need die ot Croup if thin Syrup is pro
perly used and used in time. Illutliers ha 'leg croupy
ciii loren'should watch the first show of the dNease, an d
always keep this remedy at hand.
Fur cough after Measles this Syrup • is most excellent.
Experience has prpv_en that it is equaled by no other
'the price of the remedy isjinch as to place it within
tho reach of all, the poor as well as the rich, and orrery
person should have it.
Ever'y person should haat; it in thehouse. It is a true
and.faiLtitul friend to all who value litalth — hud wish to
seciire theneraves against -that most terrible disease,
consumption. It will be found the most Usettil as well
as the cheapest family medicine in the world. It has
beck used fur the Unit four years with a success without
A, parallel. _
" Price 40 cents per bottle, or. Ahree bottles for $l.lO.
Prepareo by S. A. FOtTZ & 11110.,
For sale by MI L I f ER & ENSII EY. atuk.f. S. IXON.
Chambersburg. Pa.. and Stot ekeeperrevery-whine.
VOUTZ'S CELEBRATED HORSE
AND CATTLE POWDERS.—These Powdere have
proved, after a trial of several years, to be superior to
any preparation of the land used. The chief supeatorlty
of these Powders arise from the Act that tliey are cone.
posed of Medicines that have Laxative, Tonic and Puri
fying properties. The Laxative ejected crudities from
the stomach and intestines; the Tonic gives strength
,to the system of the Horse; and th,e,purifying medicines
, c o ntained In them cleanse the blood, and lay the forim
dation for a healthy and vigorous circulation. The use
of them impr.ives the wind, strengthens the appetite
and gi-es the horse tiline,sm9eth and glossy at , ia—thlis
improving the appearance, vigor and spirit of the noble
These Powders arena intended, as most powders are.
to bloat the shims), so is, to give hint the appearance of
being fat when put really So--but to remove the disease
and promote, his general health.
These Powders will strengthen. the stonasc - h and intes
tines, cleanse them- from offensive matter_ and bring
them to a healthy state. They are a prevention of Lung
Fever, an I a certain - remedy for all diseases incident to
the Horse, as Glanders, Yellow Water, Distemper,
Founders, Heaves, Slavering, Coughs., Fevers, Loss of
Appetite,, and Vital Energy, &c. These Powders if -
uped two or three times a week, through the winter and •
spring, your Horse will never got the Lung Perm, Colic
- or Hotta.' A-few dukes of these powders will remove the
worst Cortgh on any Horse. Were owners of Horses to
feed a few of these Powders every year they might save
the lives of ninny valuable Horses.
MILCH COWS —The properties thiaPowder possesses
in Increasing the quantity of milk in Cows, gives it an
importance and value which should place it in the hands
- of every person keeping a Cow.—ln fattening Cattle; It
gives them an -appetite, loosens their bide, and makes
them thrive much faster. - 1
HOGS.—In all diseases of Swlne,_as Corighs,Urcers in
the Lungs end Liver, &c., by putting from half a paper
to;, paper-of these Powders in a barrel of swill, this above
disease can be. cured or entirely prevented. Hy using
these powders the Hog Cholera can be prevented. Pre
pared by .1 S. A. FOUTZ A 13110.,Westminster, Md.
For Sale wholesale and retail, by MIL - LEE & HEX
SHEY, and NIXON, Chambersburg, Pa., and store-,
keeperee everywhere. Price 25 cents per paper, or five'
papers for sl._ - - [decTia-lyj-
aYouTz , s MXXTURE.—Is a safe
and reliable Remedy fur the cure of litimmatiSra
nful Nervous , Affections, Sprains, Burns, Swelling
and all disease requiring All external application on Han
On Horses it will never fail to cure Poleeevil Fistula,
old running Sores, or Sweeny, If properly applied. Far
sprains, bruises, scratches, erected hoots, chafkl, saddle
or collar Gall, cuts or wounds, it is an infallible remedy.
Try it, and be convinCed of Its emcaey. - ' ' ,
Peron's:titMuted withtitie . diseas4l, no matter IA how
long standing, can be promptly
using this Mixture. - •
and effectually cured by
There Is nothing in the world so sure and so goad to
take awaybad Conn and'cureFro'st Bites as this prepare,
Won. Try.it and satisfy yourselves. 'Price 25 and 50
cents per,bottln. Prepared by I
- • ' -8: A. Pourz 4 BAO.: , Westnifintet, Md. ' 1
__Por sale by MILLER* usxsusy, end J. S., NIXON
OkambersbArg, Ps, and Storekeepers everywhere. •
I • •
TB MiBOLD'S -GEN:UWE pit g.
P,IIIII.ATIONB.--00h1P011ND FLUID p.x . TnACI
BU. UV. a Positive and Eppeiec ICtilkly for dli.esume, -
the Mader, Kidneys, tiravel. and Dropsical
This Medicine Increves thenotrdr of Digestion and t9t
rite the Absorbents into bealtby action, by 'which the
Watery or Calcareous despoeitions, and nd Moister&
Enlargements are reducid, as welt as Pain Wild- lunette
HELMBOLD'S - EXTRACT -BUC i IIIT.
Fin Weaknesses arisinx front Excesses. Habits of Dii
•sipatton, Early Indiscretioicof Abuse, attended 'With the
following symptom:— ~ _ - • •
Indisposition to Exertion- , I,mat of Ponnr, -47
~ Difficulty of Breathing,
Weak Nerves; ' - ,Treutblitag,
Hemp of Disease, Valteffilitess.
Dininees of Vision., - Pain its theßatk.,
Universal Istssitude of the iluscalar System.
Rot Hands. ' • noshing. of the Body,
Dryness of the Skin, Eruptions on the Yeah.
--- - '
Those syteptons,it ellOwcti to go on, which thietnntn
clue inTarinbly i‘muTes, soon follows •
' Impotenco, Itttuity, E j rnleptic fiitr , - r.
Ip ane of Which the Patient ethy expire. —
Who Cali say that they kre not fregnently folloWedltry
those "Direful Diseages," , -
"INSANITY AND CONSUMPTION."
Many aro awant of the canie of theiFsnifertlig,
DOT NOFS VMS suanzsa"To RECOUDS OF TDB IFFANZ
AtrffuNti • . •.
.And lialnchnly Diaihs by- Crnstimption boor Imp*
altneso to tip.truth of the ease: that. -
• The Omstiturion once effrcieri with:Orgattic: 'ROO**,
requires the slant Blcißein° to Strengthen_ and Invig
orate the System.
- Which Huarnoures EXTRACT-I:VCR!) . forerriski don.
A. Trial will convince the most ekepticat, -
' ',sway Affectirms pscutior Rmaies the Brume?
- 13ucnttio nnegtmled tiny other remedy.- nn in Chin.
rests Or Betenteon. Irregniority, Painfulness, •or Sup
'preimion of rnstomary Evacntions, Ulcerotee
haus state of the Uterus, iriochorrotea - or Whites,
Sterility, and for -II complaints incident to' this
wh flier arising from indiscretion Habits of Dissipttillelat
or in the. ,
DECUNE OR CIIAIOR OF TAFE
Tate no more Balsam,. heteury, or ttoi)leasani
- ciit.l4" - for - wstpleasant and dangerbus dinocex. - - -
lI.EVHDOLD'S DXTitACT DUCHti AND :IMPROVED
-IDOSE WASH CURF.4
SE-CREIT , DISEASES.:
In all their Stages,
Lk:Clear to change in Diet
' And no Exposure,
causes a frequent desire and gives strenini toCri-
Atte, thereby Removing Obatrnctlons, Preventing And
Curing Strictnresof the Urethra, allaying Pain. arnthi
thiroation. in frequent in the class of diseases, end ea
pelting cal liiisonous , Diseasecrand ivorntatt matter.
THOUS ti ttStIPON TIIOOBANTS who riAvE nr,E;a vibe fie-
TIX.S OS QUatit. rind who have paid heats feea,to be
cured in a short tinie.ltvo found they west deceived,
and,that the ' POISON" hue, by the use of "pen:num.
AernetNGENTs." been dried up in the E9F.toni, to broth, out
in an aggravated form,and perhaps after Marriage.
Use HEMBOLD'S t'rrnAvr ItucEit for all nffections and
diseiumsof the URDIARY ORGANS, whether existing
MALE or FEMALE. from whatever cause originating
and no matter' or HOW LONG 89'A NDTNG.
Dheases of these Organs reqnires the aid of aI:4IMM
IC, DELMBOLD'S EXTRACT:RU(IIU IS TIIRICIIE,ST
DIURETIC, and is certain to hirce the desired effect tidal
Diseases for which it II EtTol7l7lleidC(i.
Evidence of tho most reliable nod responsible aortic
`te - r — w - illacompanytho Medicine.
PRICE El,OO pER BOTTLE, OR SIX Fonpop
DeTiTered to any Addrem, securely packed from °Werra
Dee:ribs Symptoms in all Commtiiiicatiant.
MBES GUARANTEED! ' ADVICE GRATIS!
- Addreas 142 terq for . infqrmitian to • -- •
• It. B. 11111,M,BOLD.Themitd.,
' 104 Smith Tenth at.. Lel. Chestnut, India.
MELMBOLD'S Medical Depot.
ITELMBOLD'S Drug and Chemical Warehouse.. `1
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS Al 4) UNFEINCI -
PLRIIREALERS who endeavor to dispone "of thew owe
and "other" articles on the r , putation attained by. ,
Itelmbuld's Genuine Preptutions
.• , 54
" I Inproted r ilus6 Wash
SOLD Br i _ ,
ALL DRUGOSTA§ EI7RYIF7IEEB.
AF H VOI.IIELMBOWS TAKE KO omit
Ca out the Advertisement and send fo . r it.
ART. , AVOID 131PvSITIONAND Expourcp
nov.ll, '63•1 y - •
I,OSTET TERI S,
pure aud powerful Tonle, corrective and httertitive;of
wonderful eMcocy to dlsensei of tAie
STOMACH, I LI*ER AND 'BOWLS
Cures Dyspepsia' Liver Complaint, General
Debility, Wervonsties, Depression of Spirits,
Cotietipatiun.Celie, Intermittent Fe-
vers. Cramps and ;Spasms. and -
all Complnglis of either Sox, nrielnj
rom - Bodily iren,kmsa whether inherent In
TILE SYSTEM CR,PRODUCEP BY SPECIAL CAUSES
NOTHING that is noVwholesorne, genial and rettern„
Ova in ite nature - enters into the enmponition of,TIOS.•
TATTER'S, STOMACH' BITTERS, This-popular pre
paration eontaine . no mineral of any kind, no,dttailly:l*
taMcal element : no fiery,,exeltant ; but it is la COMM
nation of the eitraett of rare balsatni liirbe and
plants with the purest - and mildest of fill dlQusire
stimulantit. , - ' . -
It ie well tote forearmed 'agranaf disease. and, far
as the human system can be p. oteeted by humn4ornii.
against =ladle*" engendered by an unwholesome atmos
phere, impure water and other external causes, HOS
TETTERIS BITTER'S may be relied on as a safeguard.
In districts infested with FEVER AND AOTTE, it has
been found intailiblei na it preventive and irreidstibte es a
remedy,und thousands who resort to-it-under apprehen
sion of ;in littnek,esc'spe the scourge; and thassalndi
who neglect to Avail themselves of its protective Muth
ties IS advance. are cured by a very brief coulee - cif this
marvelons medicine. Bever and Ague patients, alter
;being plied with quinine for months hi vain, until fairly
saturated with that dangerous alkaloid, are not nuke,
gnently restoied to health within a few days icy , tke lase
of HOSTETTER'S MITERS.
Thh weak stomach 16 rapidly invigorated - and the ap
petite restored by thlit agreeahle Tonic, and hence it
works wonders in cases of DYSPEPSIA and, in Lou
confirmed forms of INDIGPATION. Acting as n gentle
and planless apperiint, as well as upon the liver, It also
iniarisbty relieves the CONSTIPATION superinducid.
by i nugnlAct ion of the digestive andsecret ire organs
Persons of feeble hahlt,liable to NERYOUS ATTACKS
LOWSESS OF tiPIKITS aid PITS OF LANOCOB,
find prorrapt,and permanent relief from the Bitters.—
The testimony on Cats point is most coneltrsivei and
from both sexes
The agony of BMOCS COLIC Is inuedistely.tunma
ged by a single dose of the stimulant, and by nice.,
Sionally resorting to it, the return of the compitint
may be presented. ' -
As a General, TOThie, HOSTETTER'S BITTERS Pro
duce effectiwhich meet be expirleneed or witnessed
before•they can be rally appreciated. In mead CON.
STITITTIO'SAL WEAKNESS, PREMATURE DECAY
end DEBILITY and DECREPITUDE arising front' OLD
AGE, it exercises the electric influence. Inlbucanya.
lescent stages of all diseases it operates as a deliglitfnl
irssigoratit. \ Whets the powers of nature are relasid, tt
operates to re-enforce and re-establish them. •
Last, but not. least, it is • THE ONLY SAFE/in - MD'
RANT, being manufscenrett'from gonad and 'Muttons
materials, and entirely free fromjhe acid elements pre•
sent moreor less it ell the ordinary tonics and aiomach:
ice of the day.,
. Nasality medicine has been sci universally, "id, W
maybe trnly added deservedly Popular with tie Bata
ligant portion (.4;qm comminiV, na ROSIIITTEIVS
BITTERS. •- '
Prepared by -
HOSTETTER Et slarre;!• -
SoLsibiitliDeuggisti,dvoce raandfipmkkeeporiiv s orf
At little Nxpense