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O' o • I • G •
ROOFING gendy,to Dail down.—: •
' ROOFING moro durable than up.
ROOFLNG at.half the cost ef-Tits.
ROOFING tor - Steep or Flat Roof.
FOR.IIOI7SES - •
• FOR VICTORIES,
' • FOR ALL BUILDINGS !
ThitHoofting is made el Vat heaviest woven fab
ric ever used for the purpose.,-Manufactured solely
by ourselves and secured . §yPittenL
Put up in rolls and , sltippcd to all parts of the
~coratty, and usually foY sale' by hardware merch
ants and builders.
It can be applied by any common workman,
. We also manufacture;
' LIQUID (AMA PERCHA CEMENT, -
FOR REPAIR R ING
, LEAKY TIN OOFS;
CHEAPER THAN OIL PAINT.
HEAVIER BODY THAN 'OIL PAINT,
MORE DURABLE THAN OIL PALNT.
. It forms a permanently adhesive, elastic coating
over the whole surface of the tin, filling up all the
And often saving the exense of a new roof.
GUTTA PERCITA CEMENT
igespecially adapted to repairing;
LEAKY smsaix ROOFS; ,
. • :4111;LIGHT.S,
This isa thick, tenacious compound, Applied with
s. trowel or similar instrument, and doar not dry up
and crack, as do all other articles used for this pur
• - CIRCULARS AIkD SAMPLES,
O f th e Ready Roofngsnnt by mail when desired.
Liberal arrangements ma4b with Agents.
READY ROOFING CO.,
'73 ld'aiden Lane, Ne,w York.
LL JOHNSTON; the fonnder Of this Celebrat
ed Institution, offers the most certain, speedy, and
only effectual-remedy in the world for CP eets, Struc
tures. Seminal Weakness. Pain in the Loins, Con
stitutional Debility, Impotence Weakness of the
Back-and Limbs, Affections of tii'e Kidne i•,
talon of the Ilertrti•Dyspepsin, Nervous
Diseases of the tread, Throat, Nose itin;
rind all those serious and melancholy disorders ari
sing from the destrnetive habits of Youth, which
dVroy both body and mind. These secretaml soli
•-ta practices are more fatal to their victims than
this song of the Syrens to the mariner Illssus,
lilighting their most brilliant hopes, or ucticipations
rendering marriage, Sic:, impossible.
Young Men esnpcially, who have become the vic
tims of Solitary N ice, that dreadful and destructive
habit - which annually sweeps to on untimely grave
thousand-sof young men of the most exalted talent
and brilliant intellect, who might otherwise have
entranced listening Senates with, the thunders of
eloquence, or waked to cestacy the livirig lyre ; may
tall with full confidence.
Married persons, or young men 'contemplating
Marriage, being aware of physical weakness, organ
ic debility, detbrinities, Sce.. should immediately
consult Dr. Johnston.
Ile who places himself under the care of Dr. John's-
ton may religiously confide in his honor as a gentle
man, and confidently rely upon his skill as a. PhYsi-
TRYEDIATELY CURED AND FULL VIGOR RESTORED.
This disease is the penalty most frequently paid by
those who have become the victims of improper in
dulgences. Youbg persons are too apt to - commit
excesses from - not being aware of the dreadful CORSE-
Auences that may ensue. Now, who that understands
the subject will pretend to deny that the power of
Procreation is.lost sooner by those falling-IntoiMpro
:per habit than by the prudent. Besides being depriv
iota-the pleasure of healthy offspring, and the Most
serious and destructive sympathy to mind and body
arise. 'The system becomes deranged, the Physical
, and mental powers weakened, nervous debility, dys
pepsia, palpitation of the heart, indigestion, a wast
ing of the frame, cough, symptoms of consumption.
.Office No. 7, South Frederick Street,
seven doors from Ilaltimore street., East side, up the
steps. De particular in observing the name and
numbet, or you will mistake the place.
t''A CURE )VARItANTED IN TWO DAYS.
, No Mercury or Nauseous Drugs.
Member of the Royal College of Surgeons, London
graduate from one of the most eminent Colleges of
the United States, and the greater part of whose
life has been spent in the hospipals of I.ondon, Paris
Philadelphia and•elsew here. has effected some of
the Most teilonislibur cures that were - over known.
Many troubled with ringing in the head and ears
when asleep, great nervousness, being alarmed at
sudden sounds, •and bashfulness, with frequent
blushing, attended sotnetimes with derangement of
mind, were,cered immediately.
•A CERTAIN DISEASE
When the misguided and imprudent votary of
pleasnrofind he has imbibed the seed of this pain
ful diseases, it too often hapbens that an ill-timed
sense of shame, or dread of discovery, deters him
from applying to those who from education and re
spectability can, alone befriend him. delaying till
the constitutional symptoms of this horrid disease
make their appearance, such as ulcerated sore
throat, diseased nose, nocturnal pains in the head
and limbs. dimness of sight, deafness, nobs on the
shin, bones and arms, blotches on the head, face
and extremities, progressing with frightful rn pidi
ty,till at last the palate of the month or the bones
of the nose fall in and the victim of this-awful-di
sease becomes a horrid object of tommisseration,
till death puts a period to his dreadful sufferings,
by sending him to "that bourne from whence no
traveller returns."' To such, therefore, Dr. Johns
ton pledges himself to preserve the most inviolable
secrecy; and from his extensive practice in the first
Hospitals of Europe and America, he min confident
ly recommend a safe and speedy cure to the unfor
tunate victim-of this horrid disease.
It is a melancholy fact that thousands fall victims
to this horrid disease owing to the unskillfulness of
_pretenders who by use of that dreadful
poison ;Mercury„ ruin the constitution, and either
send the' unfortunate to an untimely grave, or make
the residue of life miserable.
TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICES
Dr. J. addresses those who have injured them
selves by private and improper indulgences.
These are some of the sad and melancholy effects
produced by early habits of youth, viz:—Weakness
of the Back and Limbs, Pains in the Head, Dimness
of Sight, Loss of Muscular Power Palpitation of
the Heart. Dyspepsia.' Nervous irritability, Der
angement of the Digestive Functions, General De
bility, Symptoms of Consumption, &e.
...MENTALLY. the fearful effects on the -mind Ere
much to he dreaded; loss of Memory, confusion of
%Ideas. Depression" of Spirits, Evil Forebodings,
Aversion to. Society, Self-Distrust, Lovo of Soli
tude? Timidity, &e., are some of the evil effects.
Thousands of persons of all ages can now judge
what is the cause of their declining health, lossing
their vigor. beeemingweak, pale, have singular ap
pearance about the eyes, cough. and symptoms of
DR. JOHNSTON'S INVIGORATING REMEDY
FOR ORGANIC WEAKNESS.
By this great and important remedy. Weakness
of thirOrgans is speedily cured, and fall vigor; res
Thousands of the most nervous and debilitated,
who bad lost all hope, 'have been immediately re
lieved. All impediments to Marriage, Physical or
Mental Disqualification, Nervous Irritability,
Trembling, AV eslmess or Exhaustion of,the most
fearful kind, speedily cured by Dr. Johnston.
who have injured themselves by a certain pniotice, •
indulged in when alone—a habit frequently learned
from evil companions, or at school, the effects are
nightly felt, oven when asleep, and if not cured
render marriage impossible, and destroys both mind
and-body, should apply immediately.
What a pity that a young man, the hope of his
country, tho darling of his parents, should besnatch
ed from all prosflects and enjoyments of life, by the
consequence of deviating from the path of nature,
and indulging in a certain secret habit. Such . per
sons, before contemplating . "
should reflect that &sound mind and body are the
most necessary requisites to promote connubial
happiness. Indeed, without these, the journey
through life becomes a weary pilgrimage, the pros
pect hourly darkens to the view; the mind becomes
shadowed with despair , and filled with the melan
choly reflection, that the happiness of another be
comes blighted with our own.
OFFICE No. 7 SOUTH FREDERICK STREET,
Th e essay thousands cured at this Institution in
the last fifteen years ; and the numerous important
surgical Operations performed by Dr. J., witnessed
by the reporters of the papers, and many other per
sons, notices of which have apricared again and
again before the Public, is a sufficient guarantee to
N. B. There are so many igllolllllollld worthless
flaac k e a d ve rtising thethselves as 'Physicians ruin
ing the health of the already afflicted, Dr..l-ohns
ton deems it imeessary.temay to those unacquainted
with his re p u tation, that his Diplomas hang in his
IMTAKE Norica--All letters must be post paid,
and contain a postage stamp for the reply or no
answer Will be sent. [mar
rpHE GREAT AMERICAN TEA con:.
.A. PANY, 51
createdET, Nksy Yong. since
its organization, has a new era in the histo
ry of Selling TEefi inthis country.
ALL our. Teas are selected by a Professional Tea
taster, expressly and exclusively for ns, and we ne
ver charge over Tivo Centsper pound above toil for
We have but One Price 'to every one for each
.quality, add that price,-,-.is always marked on each
aarb_ple package at ow-store in plain figures.
We sent Monthly Price List of our Teas, which
will bfree to all who order it. We advise ev
ery Tea Seller to see it. It eomprises a fall assort
ment. selected for every locality in the States, Prov
inces, South America, and the West Indies, In this
list each kind is divided into Four Classes or quali
ties, namely: Cargo, High Cargo, .Eirte and 'Finest.
that every one may understand from the descrip
tion and prices annexed that the Company are de
termined to undersell the -whole tea trade.
We gutu-antee to sell all onr Teas in original pack
ages at not over Two Cents a Pound above cost, be
lieving this to be attractive to the many who have
heretofore been paying enormous profits.
_; , •
alwaysuiness is largely do promptly which we
execute as well and as though trio
buyer came himself, giving true weights and'fares.
and always guaranteeing every,,th in g ; - our responsi
bility enabling us to do all we promise. Every dea
ler can order hie Teas direct from the Company, and
parties doing business within Five Hundred miles
of Now York, can return Teas bought of us if they
are not cheaper than they can buy elsewhere, and
the purcliaseris, dissatisfied with his bargain; within
fourteen days, and have the money refunded to
thorn. Those who are over Five Hundred miles can
have thirty days and the ',-sanie privileges extended
to the . i - '
Besi es thdie advantages the company will pay
All Ex'elittes, both ways, if the Teas are returned.
'GREAT AMERICAN TEA: COMPANY.
lIIPinITERS ANI . ' JOBTWILS,
febl7,3m. 51 Yesey St., NeW York.
K. C. BOYD
having purchased the Grocery Store of Thouias Met
calf, ou Main Street, opposite Grove's/Hotel, takes
this method of informing the old Petront of the.
house, and the public generally, that be is Opening
a varied assortment of; • •
which ho is prepared to Weird the hilifest cash pri
ces. His stock consists of
SUGARS, COFFEES AND TEAS,
of all grades, from the highest to the lowest prices.
SUGAR-CURED HAMS,. :.
Ntf.,l. 2 and 3 MACKEREL. •
BROWN AND WHITE SUGAR
SYRUPS AND 'MOLASSES.
FRUIT, SPICES, &c.,
such as Oranges and Lemons, Bunch Raisins,. Seed
less Raisins, Prunes, Currants, Citrons Pigs; Wal
nut and Tomato Catsup, Chocolate,Mace, Gamer,
Nutmegs, Macaroni, Mustard, and every - article
Usually found in a Grocery Store.
DBPID - ELMAN,
WHOLESALE GROCER AND
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 703 MARKET and 2 N. 7th ST.,,
Divites - the attention of merchants to his large and
well asserted stock of Sugars, Syrups, Teas and Cof
fees, all of which will be sold at the lowest market
rates. Country. buyers and sellers will find it to
their advantage , to give him a call.
Price currents containing all the varieties of the
market to be had of S. S. SIIRYOCK. Chambers
burg. , • 5023.
BR 0 0 S, BRUSHES,
- , Soap,
Hooks and Eyes. and every article usually found in
u Variety Store at - BOYD'S,
Main Street, opposite Grove's Hotel.
FI,- 0 U_ R,- II 0 M I N Y,
Corn Meal, Potatoes, '
Bacon., Cider Vinerp
Beans, " =Pen
" Rice, /
at BOYD'S Grooe
e E I
ARTICLES. S. lLYP:atercra Crackers, t Stcv. l l sh :sence of Coffee Indigr Starch, hoc ectng
ver San , 4e., or
sale at BOYD'S Cheap Grocery.
!licrogene Oil, at
fcl7. BOYD'S Grocery.
Tod, itantber, &r.
GEO. A. DEITZ. - VENCILIVI'DOWELL
D E i - T Z& OWE L L
VILII i Y TILE
HIGHEST PRICE IN CASH;
1 At Nr D
ALL KIND'S OF-PRODIT CE.
S I, ,
L U MT 81,
PLAS'AR A1.41V SAND,
C i EA P i F 01Z- 1 .0 A. S 11,
DEITZ k M'DOWELL'S
WARE HO US E AID COAL YARD,
It A.I R 0 A D:D EP 0 T.
CNORTH CARLISLE STREET,
G:I? ; EENCASTLE; PENN'A
STEW FIRM.-COAL! COAL! LIJIK
_/ BER! LUIIBER —LEO.. EBERT & SON
having parchased the Coal and Lumber Yard of Geo.
A. Dints, will continue to carry on the same bald
fleas, and will always have on hand a large supply of
Lumber and Coal. They will be prepared to all
orders at the shortest notice. • They respectfully so
licit the patronage of the late firm and tho public
generally, and all who may desire Coal and Lumber
to give them a call, feeling assured that no means
will be spared to accommodate those on the most
reasonable terms. jun17,63-tf.
JOHN C. HOPKINS. ' JOHN IVELVENET.
JOHN C. HOPKINS, & Ca;
. IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
CHINA, GLASS AND QUEENSWARE,
No. 612 lifarket Street, Philadelphia.
For further particulars apply to S. S. SIIRYOCK,
Charnbersburg, Pa. i se23-] y. •
It E A Al) T H I S
30 whole barrels No. 3 LargeAtaekerel,
100 half, barrels No. 3 Large Mackerel.
50 ball barrel; No. 2: Large Mackerel
and 500 articles not na:int.43, all of which will be of-
fered at low ligurei
For yshich the high'e.st price in cash wilibe pail. for
and ull kinds of country produce.
And persons wfshing to buy at WHOLESALE, will find
goods as Low at this establishment, with freight ad
ded, as at any Jobbing House in Philadelphia
WOCLI) RESPECTPtiI:LY CALL THE ATTENTION , OF THE
TO TIM VARRIED AND EXTEXSIVE AS
• Groceries, .
and a general Stock of ,
whiCh they are now offering, and constantly receiv
ing from New York, Philadelphia, and, Baltimore,
at their Store Room, on Main street, opposite Umber
Jr Tolbert's Hardware Store..
It is their intention to keep such an assortment us
the demands of this community require. They have
the best facilities for the purchase of goods, on the
most advantegeous terms, and having their own cars
on the Road, and ono of the firm being almost Con
stantly in the city, affords them every advantage in
purchasing goods in the shortest time, and at less
expense than usual, which enables them to sell
VERY LOW FOR CAST! -
of att,grades, from the highest to the lowest price,
by the barrel, sack or pound.
SYRUPS AND MOLASSES,
by the Hogshead . , Darrell or retail for family tom.
SUGAR CURED lIAMS
COARSE AND 'FINE SALT:
at city wholesale prices.
We would ca.llespeeial attention to country deal
ers and others, wishing to purchase at wholesale
prices, as we are -prepared to sell everything in the
Grocery line as cheap as can be purchased. in the
Eastern cities. SILI.FEIt A STUAItT, Main St.
The highest price paid in cash for country pro
duce, or taken in exchange for goods.
14 - IRUITS, S.
Oranges and Lemons!
Tomato do ,
S s -
Lill burger • "
Baker's Chocolate. .
exprentyfor family use,
Chow Chow Pickles,
French ls Mustard •
Salad Oil, •
for sale at SH
FAMILY FLOUR,. BUCKWHEAT
raid CORN MEAL by the barrel or in small
quantities for sale at SHAFER & STUART'S.
FRESH FISH AND OYSTERS RE
CEIVED) every week at
SHAFER & STUARVS.
MILITARY HATS, CAPS AND
CORDS, at DECHERTS.
p,PRING STYLE OF SOFT HATS
1 . z. O t t 111* " .6 4
irttutkint Uepastiotty niar "4.5,
Just received and for sale nt the
CHEAP WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
ON THE :DiAmosp,
50 whole barrels No. 3 Extra Mackerel.
50 half barrels N 0.3 Extra Mackerel
50 half barrels No, 2, Medium 31ackekel.
•50 kitts Eztra No. I:Vac-keret.
A large lot of
Also 7 A Ist& and fresh supply. of
Spice - 8,
COUNTRY MERCHANTS, --3.
SILFEIL k STUART,
citizens of Chambersbnrg and vicinity
FISH . .A:il3 CHEESE,
.Pineapple Prea r vs,-
Hard Shelled. do
I Briglish Walnuts, - -
;Lead , Peneiis,
AFER & STUART'S.
sin Street, near Queen.
jigattaare, Claim, %tr.
The subscriber respectfully informs his friends and
the public, that he corittnris, to carry on the above
'business, at his old stand, on IllaitiStreet, Opposite
the German Reformed Church, _
liel-h:wealam . ..et - I his ba...siness, Saddlers and Conei
makerg will bud in, his Store Room's. general,assort
men tef goody suited to their several requirements,
such as , • - • ,
• Saddle Trees and Girthiag.
Gig Trees. Full Plated. Tinned and Japanned:-Goat
Bair. Straining 'Web and Worsted Rain
Web, loier than, Cotton; - ' • •
- Stirrtm`c: .
- Plated, '
- Tinned and ' •
. " Japanned ;
nor styles: Curtain Frames; Hub Bards; Bridle
Fronts; Roscates, Swivels and , Grua
naments; Iron Plated and
• i r Wood Gig Ranieb ; v. 4
BIV CKLE S--B A SA, SILVER AND
all Styles and : Patterns; Ivory and Weed& Mai
tingal Hinge, Stump Joints, and a; l 7arle-'
ty of other gotids
ble for Ate : trade.
ALL ICINDS, OF PLATING, done i irith
neatness and dpatch.
n04,63-tf. Chambersburg, Pa.
I_ l A RDW ARE'.
SMITH ,k RICHAADSON,
Gll Market Street, Phi/ads/ph/et.
J. FRED. SMITH. CHAS. RICHARDSON.
- The underskreed would respectfully call the at
tention of COUNTRY MERCHANTS to their
large and well - selected stock of
Having made special arrangements far the - Fall
Tecate, we flatter ourselves we can offerindncements
to purchasers thatwill fullyzemunerate the trouble
of examining our stock. Wis ask Int a trial, Lotion- -
vinee the Country Trade that we aro prepared to
sell low and accommodate.
- our stock of Table and Pocket Cutleiy is unusually
large, selected with care, and including a variety of
styles that cannot but suit all tastes. '
We haVe constantly on hand a large - assortment of
Tools, Cutlery, .
Files, Tool Boxes, •
Saddlers and '
Screws, and Naas
every thing in short pertaining to a first Class Hard
Particular attention paid to CoCultrY orders. It is
our aim to secure the confidence of our, customers.
and to this end, we are particular in -fillibg orders to
give the best, and as cheap as though the customers
were buying in person. Give We Strial.
R E ERF.N CES.—J. K. Shryock, Esq.; A.. K. ‘McClwe,..
L. B. Ryster, Chambereburg.
SMITH dc RICHARDSON.
an5,63-tf. - 611 Market St; Philadelphia`
I I ).-
NEW HARDWARE STORE.
L. B EYSTER
would respectfully inform his friendi and the Pubilie
generally, that in connection with his
KEROSENE OIL AND LAMP STORE,
he has commenced the HARDWARE business. at
his new Store 'Room, one .door North of Sol.' Ha
ber's Grocery. His stock consists of the following :-
Building Hardware, -
House Furnishing Goode, •
Table and Pocki3t, Cutlery,
Nails by the small or keg,
Farming Utensilg, such as.
Shovels - , .
Potato Lifters,' •
Also,'Glass, Paints; Benzoic,
- Linseed, Kerosene and Lubricating Oils,
Lamps of all descriptions,
Chandeliers for Gm andKerosimq,
Fruit .Tars, best qualiqr, etc.
Agent ler the sale of EVANS & 'WATSON'S Fire
Proof SAfeg. tf.
IT Alt D W A R E;--:-The public are iri.
1.1 vited to call and examine our extensive stook
of Hardware, Cutlery, &e. We k eop - on hand a large
stock of goods in our -line, composed partly of the
following goods, which we offer very cheap. '
Iron, Files, > Looking Glasses,
Nails, ' Rasps, , - Farm Belle,
Steel, Hosts. - Springs, Axles,
Hocks, Glass, '- Boot 'Frees,
Hinges, '' Chains, Shoemaker's Kit
Planes, Whips, Saddler's Tools,
Anvils, -- Bolts, " Trimmings,
Vices, - ~,, `Saws. . - ffolfMTrimmingn
Bellows, - Brushes, r• Grindstones, '
Paints, , ' Hanes, - Cedar Ware,
Oils, • -'Shovels, : Blasting Powder
Turpentine, • - Rakes, : Shot, Lead.
Does, Spades, Pocket Knives,
Call and examine our Stock, Spceial indneem eats
offered for cash. ' [021,63.) BRAND A- FLACK.
HARDWARE AND CUTLERY:
.w.'w. ENIG HT SON, ,
Importers, and Dealers In
1, - MERICAN, ENGLISH AND GERMAN ,
509 Commerce Street, Philadelphia. ;
BetTieen sth and 6th and Market and Arch 'Sts.
A L ND I . d C om tl os 15,/:
FOR N IVA D RD
4tt' lO - 1 4 7 Mg E nciLwrs.
North Second Strect;,opposite the Cumberland Val
ley Railroad Depot, Chambersburg. Pa.
Cars run regularly to and from Philadelphia and.
AGENTS.—Peaeock, Zell & Ilinchman, No. SiXi
,Market St.. Philadelphia. '
Lykens Valley, Broken Egg and Nnt COAL. (di.
reet from the mines), Wilkesbarre and Pine Grovel
FOUNDRY COAL, LUMBER ,SHINGLES, SALT.
PLASTER and Hancock CEMENT. kept constant
ly on hand: FLOUR, GRAIN and PRODUCE of
all kinds purchased at the highest cash prices.
Sept 9,63 . - WUNDERLICH & NEAD.
E . A - 11 RA N ENT.--:
..1.1 FREIGHT THROUGH TO NEW YORK WITHOInt
TRANS/ P/ENT. The undersignedwould resp pet fully'
inform the nubile, that they are ptepared to ship al4
kinds of Produce, Merchandise, ke.,_from Chem.
bursburg and Greencastle to New York without
transhipment, and deliver it at New York as (Ojai
its it can be delivered in Philadelphia.
The attention of_Millers and Shippers is respect!
fully invited to this new arrangement. For fertile*
information inquire of
DEM & McDOWELL, Agetits •
fcb Chambersburg and Greencastle.
T 7108.1. GILLESPIE'. • JACoB ZSLLEII.
aiLLESPIE, ZELLER sk , CO. :E
VRoDti WH O LESALEON MERCHANTS*
North-Wed corner of Sixth and Market Sts., Phil•
D A BLOW 'S INDIGO BLUE.
13 Dealers and ConsuMers of the above Cetebratd:
Wash "Blae_, will please. take notice that the Lobe,,
are altered to read 'INDIGO BLUE, Put up P:
ALFRED' WILTBERGER'S , Drug Store, No. Z,
North Second Street, =Philadelphia." The qualitr
of this Blue will be the same in ovary respect.
It is warranted to color more water than tarlei,
th e same quantity of Indigo, and to go annehfurthi
than any other Wash Blue in the market. It di ,
so l ves p e rfectly clear, and does not settle on th
clothes as most of the other makes do: OneSo
dissolved in a half pint of water will make as goo :
a liquid blue as any that is made, at one-third tb
As it is retailed at the Bailie- price as the Truitt •-
Lions and inferior articles, housekeepers will find • '
very to their advantage to ask for that put n
at 1v ruraissosit's.
All Blue put up after this date with BARLOW vi
name on it is an imitation.
. The new label does notrequire a stamp. For tue:t
by Storekeepers generally. - fel7-Sm.
Fair and Conniri Ilogskins,
ptv anb "amp Otiobs.
G 11_ A. N.D - 0 1i G
PALL AND WINTEN. GOO
•-• , ;
EYSTER & BRO
Have Just returned front the East, with a large and
varied stook Ofseasonable Dry (foods, a - of
which we Will dispose of at a small
advance 'on cost. What we
have how on hand,
was purchased previous to
thelateriso, and will be sold without
regard to the present Eastern price!. which
on many articles is Tall as high ha our retail prices.
LadOi Cloths, all colors and, s'hades, from $1 51/i
to $6 06.
75 Ladies Cloaks just received, of various styles
E tad pitterna—from $B, to $25
Good Kid& Embroidered. I's cents; better quality
Oiti; Alexander& $150.' '
The Tatter ?makes are.the best
ported. Also, &large lots
( • of Fancy , Olovee.
Wehaxe s frosh lot of the 'celebrate(' G. N: B
Corsettlt-20 bones;the very best taantifac
tOred. aivirhich we warrant to
fit, and give eatisfutiOn
A large . assortment of Ladies' aod Childrens'
Inst. from Auctiim
Hem-stitched, and Plain, which defy competitioit
Crape Veils, all prices; 'Lace Veils. do.; - Born,
hatincs; .13.11incits; De Laings.6-4 De
Laineii;• Cobnigs; Crape CoVali:
and everything, degrabln
8-4 De tables and Cashmeres : Long Thibot,.all
prices: Long Repp . Shawle;-;berentifargoode
16;18, and 25,cents. "De Laines. Fancy and Main ;
11Cohnrga, and 'French Merinoes '
Plaidc, and Stri pes,
F r.•s!! runii!!
.41gt opened a laige assortment:of . Furs,
amoagwhich rinty laii tonna
RUSSIAN NATB.RRAL GAPES ANA MUFFS.
RUSSIAN MARTIN CAPES ANA MUFFS.
FRENCH SABLE CAPES AND MUFFS,
HUDSON BAY CAPES AND MUFFS,
• PITCH CAPES AND MUFFS.
411 of which we will tell as loco as canjnithed from
the manufacturer. I -
In conclusion we would say.that ail the goods we
have aio.for sale—and at primes low as
, .theyean:be had, this side of New
York," We make but one
price, and that
the same to alloustomers, •'
whotherjudges of goodsor not. Drop
andlook at the stook before buying elsewhere,
Actli-tfi" EYSTER k BRO.'
, :; attar.t
Y B'P E. P A .
DISO.R.R.ERB - a};_THE LIVER
i).I 4 :EST - IV A rOROA . NS . : I-
• ' - -arecured by '
OFLAND'S GERMAN • BrrrElig,
THE GAZAT sTR ENGIIIN'G r TONIC.
.Thessoitter9 have Performed more Cures I -
Jame and do give better satisfaction! ,
Have more testimony
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS
Have More respectable people to vonoll for them I
Than Any, °the/ article in the mairket.... -
We, defy 'aro , one. to contradict this assertion, and
WIZL PAY_ • 0 0
2oanione who will produho a certificate published.
. by us, that ia not genuine.
Will olire every case of -
ilhronio . or Nervous Debility, Diseases of the Kid
, nevi, and Diseases arising from a
. Disordered Stomach.
: ibserve the following S_ymptems, resulting from :
, Disorders of the Digestive Organs:
!lonstination, Inward Piles, Thillnesit or Dined to
the .Head, -Acidity of the Stomach Nausea.
Tlearthurn,__Disgust for Food, Full
" • ' tees or Weight in the Stem- •
.ash, Sour Eructs- •
bons, Sinking -
or Fluttering atthe • •
Pit of the Stomach. Swim
mine of the head, Hurried and Dif
cult Breathing, Fluttering at: the Heart,
‘.:hokintror Suffocating Sensations when in a 17ing
Posture. Dimness of Vision, Dots or Webs
before theSight,Fever and Dal - Wain
- in- the Head, Deficiency of
• ness of the •
' Skin and Eyes.. Fain
- ' •in the Side: Back, Chest,— -
• • Limbs, &e. , Sudden Flushes of Heat, _
-Burning' in. the Flesh, -Constant Imagin- •
ass of Evil, and great, Depression of Spirits
REMEMBER, that this. Bitters is NOT ALCO
(OLIC, contains no Rum -or Whiskey, and can't
ask') Drunkards, but is the BEST TONIC in the
• SS- MEAD_ WHO SAYS SO:
„Nom the Rev. Levi. G. Beck, Pastor of the Baptist
” Chtirch.Pemberton, N. J., formerly 9f the North '
Baptist Church, Philadelphia:
• -. l _ • I Imve kiiown Hootland's German Bitters
fi.vorably fgr a number of years. I have used them
a my own family and have been so pleased-with
heir effects that I was induced to recommend them •
+o Many others. midlnow that they have operated`,
-a -a kitnYinf i lY , beneficial manner. I take great ,
' .lensure m_t 119 publicly proclaiming this fact, and ,
allingthe attention of those afflicted with the dis
eases for which they are recommended. to these:
Bitters. knowing from experiencelhat my recom
mendation-will be sustained.' I do this more oheer
fully as ITOOfiand'a Bitters is intendedlo benefit the '
affiieted, and is ?not a rum drink.?
Yours truly. --- LEVI G. BECK.
From Rer.J. Newton
. Brown - D. D. Editor of the'
EnOyelopedia of Religions imowlsdge andehris-;
Han Chronicle. Philadelphia.
Although nit disposed to favorer recommend Pa-!'
tent Medicines in general, through distrust of their,
ingredients and effects, I yet know of no sufficient'
reasons Why a man may not testify to the benefits he;
himself to have received from any simple
preparation.inthe hope that he may thus contrib-1
ate to the benefit of others. -
I do thisithe more readily in regard to llooffarid's:
Gorman Bitters. prepared by Dr. C. M. Jackson, et,
this city.-bwiause I was prejudiced against them for'
many yearts, under the impression -that they were;
chiefly an alcoholic mixture. lam indebted to my
friend,Mobert Shoemaker, Esg. - , for the removal -- of.
this prejudiee by proper tests, and for encourage
ment to try them, when suffering ' from greatantl:
long continued debility. The use of three bottles ol •
these Bitten,' at the beginning of 'the present year.' -
was followed by evident relief, and restoration to a •
degree of bodily and mental vigor which I had not
felt for.siA • months before , and had almost despaired
of re g.• I therefore thank God and my friend
for gmeto the use of them.
: , . J. NEWTON BlioOWN,Yhilada.
From-the Rev. Jos. H: 'Keismul, Pastor Of the 10th
Baptist Church. .„
Jaakion:—T)erir• Sir : I have t/C13111. - dilitly
reeguested to connect msrnimewithvommendabong
• of different kinds of medicines. but regarding the
prattled es out of my appropriate sphere, I have
all oasee declined; but with a clear proof in votive
hiebinees, andip_articulariy in myfamily, of the use
fulness pf Idootland's Germun Bitters, I -depart.
for once from my, usual course; to express my full
conviction that: general debility of the yaks% and
eTeeicAt for /icer Cbmptaine. it la safe and cid
ble prevarciecon. In some cases it may fait; but
osually.l doubt not..it will be very beneficial, to
those 'who suffer from the above cause.
--,. YottrssorYrespectfully, J. H. KENNARD.
Eighth below Coates Street;Philadelphia.
From Rev. Warren Randolph. Pastor of Baptist
Church; Germantown. Penna.
Dr. C. Tankstin:—Dear Sir: Personal caved-,
ease enables me to. say that I regard the German ;
Bitters prepared by miss a most exerellentmedicine. -
In cases of severe cold and ; general debility T- have;
been greatly benefitted by the use of the Bitttns;
and doubt will produce similar effeote on
others. 'Yours truly,
.WARREN ItA.NDOLPH, Germantown; Pa.
Frei:wain. J. R. Turner. Pastor of 'Redding M . E.
' Dr. Season:—Dear Sir /laving used your Ger;
man Bittemin my family frequently.l am prepared
to say that it has been of 'great service.,believe
that in most ems of general d ebilitypf , the system
it is the safest and most valuable remedyof which
I have any knowledge; ' Yours respectfully. •
J. If..TITANER, MN. 19th Street.
From the Itev. 3. M. Lyons. former Pastor of the
Columbus (N. J.) and Millerstown (Penna.) Bap.
Naar Bointatta, N. Y.
' Dr,. 0,11. Jackson i • -;-Dear Sin . ' feel it a Pleasure
thns,_of ray own accord , to bear testimony to the
exeenenee of the German Bitters; Bowe years since
bang much afflicted with Dyspepsia, I used, them
with TeTY beneficial results. I have often to
commonitod them to persons enfeebled by that tor
menting 'disease. and have heard from • them the
most flattering testimonials as to their great val4e.
Incases of general debility, I believe itto be a tonic
that cannot begorpassed. - J. M.
Ftom the Rev. Thom Wintor,Peeior of Roxbdr
•' • • 0 40 Baptist quroh.
, Dr. Jackson;7Dear Sir: I &edit due to your 4i x
dellent preparatann, Hoofland's German Bitters; to
add; my, testimony to the deserved reputation it has
obtained. I bavo for years, at times, been troubled
with greatdisorder in rarbead and nervous system.
I was advised by a friend to try a bottle of your
German Bitten!. - did so. Ind have experienced
great and unexpected relief" my health has been
very materially benefitted. .1 confidently Teeo , .
mend the article where I meetwith eases similar; to
my own , and haveboen assured by many of their
good effects. - Respeotfullr,yours. •
T. WIN E L , Roxbolougb. Pa. •
Prom the Rev.J.ll Herman, of the German Re
formed Church. Hntstown,lierkt county, Pa. „
Dr. 0; M. Jeolistni:—Respected Sir: I have beet
tronbledwith Dyspepsia nearly twenty years. and
have never need medicine that did me as much
good as Reelland's Bitters. I am very much im
proved in health' after having taken
Yoniawith respect: J. S. BERMAN.BERRA-
LE4I I Size (hO P lg ep e nitti l ltVa l if ill AT iXI
H aa n gii4:...75 O&M Per Bettie-17W dozen :4 :Oa
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEIT&
See thattheafituature of "C. hf . . jAmcsos i !
is on the WRAPPER of each bottle.
shaidd Your 'mired druggist not have'the arttehi;
do tit* be put off by any of the intoxicating Prepays,
tione that maybe offered in Kt place, buteend tons
and wevrill forward, seourelyp sated, by expret.
631/IEOB AND.. IfANUFACTQIVI.
(Stteeeseorsto C. 31.44W:50n & Co.),
FOR SAL2l , br 'Druggists - and Dealers ;& eTu
swain the United States. Woe 9. 63-7 m
JONES & EVANS,