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ROOFING more durable than tn.
11°"/NG Ready to pail doirn , .
1 . . ' ROOFING at half the cost of Tat.
ROOFING for Steer or Fiat p,,,,..
READY ROOFL4G "
*0 a lIODSES -
' nil curnmEs.
FOR FACToRiEs, . !
. . " FOR BARNS.
. ' ' iroß 4LL BUILDINGS! '
This IlooTing is made of the heaviest woven ft:1)-
4.1 c ever u,ed for the,
purpose.—Manufacturedso e / Y
'WYourselves and secured by Patent.
Puy up I
in rolls. slid shipped to ail Parts of the
country. and osuallY for sale by hardware naereb.-
ants and builders. ,
It can be :applied by any common workman.
We also Plan ant 11,r er '
LIQUID GUTTA PERCHA CEMENT.
LEAKY. TIN ROOFS.
CHEAPER THAN OIL PAINT.
HEAVIER. BODY TITAN OIL PAINT.
- MORE DURABLE THAN OIL PAINT.
It forms a permanently adhesive. elastic touting
-fryer the wbece surface of the tin, filling up all' the
And Often savitag the expense of a new roofi
0 III: COMPOUND
• GIJTTA PERCHA. CEMENT / 1
is esop'cially adapted to repairing
?LEARY SHINGLE ROOFS; '
CHIIN.I s . . .
E gICYLIGHTS, • 1
&c., Am... Srel Ste.
This is a. thick..tenacious compound,-appliedvith
a trowel or similar instniment, and does not dry up
Raid muck. as-do all other articles used for this pur
CINC(AARS AND SAMPLES, 1
Of the lteiviy Roofing sent by mail when desired.
Liberal arrangements node with .4 rents. I
READY . •ROOPING CO.!,
73 Maiden Lane, New York.
wig 2 13 ly
RALTINIORE LOCK - HOSPITAL.-
DR. JOHNSTON, the fuenderof this Celebrat
ed Institution, offers the most- certain. speedy, and
only effectual remedy in the world for Gleets, Strue
iturext Seminal Weakhess, Pain in the Loitm,ron
titutannal Debility, Impotence, Weakness of the
RaTit and Limbs, Affections of the Kidney`.., Pulpi
t &ion of the Ticart, Dyspepsia., Neerons Irrithbili
tY,, Diseases of the Head, Throat. ;Nose or Skin ;
and all tho.o serious and melancholy disorders nri
*Rig from the deAtuctive habits of Youth, w hi c h
destroy both lusty and injtiti. These secret and soli
tary practices are more fatal to their victims than
the song of the SYrens' to the mariner Ulysses,
blighting their most brilliant hopes, or anticipations
vehdaing marriage, &c., hnpossible.
YOUNG MEN, • • ,
Young Men especially, who have become tlie Nin
th:as of Solitary ice, that, dreadful and destrUctive
babit which annually sweeps to an untimely grave
thousands of young men of the most exalted talent
and brilliant intellect, who might otherwise', have
entranced listening Seuttes with the' thunders of
eloquence, or waked to ecstary the living lyre; may
101 l with full confidence..
- , MARRIAGE!
Married persons, or young men contemplating
marriage, being aware of physical weakness, Organ
ic 'debility, deformities, &e., should immediately
°omit, Dr. Johnston. .•
rHe who places himself under the care of Dr. Johns
ton may religiously:conficle in his honor as a 0, mac
man, and confidently rely upon his skill as a physi
cian. • t RI}ANIL WEAKNESS ! '
IItEDIATELY CURED AND FULL VIGOR RESTORED
This disease is the penalty most freqnently paid by
Male who have become the victims of improper in
•clulgences. Young persons are to% apt to commit
excesses from not being aware of the dreadfulconse
quences that may ensue. Now, who that understands
eheltrubject will pretend to deny that the power of
Proereatiou is lost sooner by those falling in totmPro
per:habit than by the prudent. Besides being.depriv
el of the pleasure of healthy offspring, and the most
serious and destructive sympathy to mind - and body
arise. The system-becomes deranged, the physical
end 'mental poWeiS weakened, nervous debilttY, dys
pepsia, palpitation of the heart, indigestion, a wast
inglof the frame, cough. symptoms of consumption.
Office Aro: 7, South Frederick Street,
seven doors from Baltimore street, Eastiide; up the
stops. Be particular in observing the name and
number ; or you will mistake the place.
rale-A CURE WARRANTED IN TWO DAYS.
I No Mercury or IVumea;uB 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 beentpent in the hasp - mats of London, Paris
Philadelphia and elsewhere, has effected some of
alietnost astonishing cures that were ever i known.
"Many troubled with-ringing in the head and ears
when asleep, great nervousness, being . alarmed at
...sudden sounds, and bashfulness, with .frequente
blushing, attended sometimes with derangement of
mind, were cured immediately.
' A CERTAIN DISEASE
When the misguided and imprudent votary of
pleasure timid he has imbibed the seed of this pain
ful diseases, it too often happens that an ill-timed
. sense of shame, or dread of discovery, deters him
from applying to those who from education and re
speetability can 'alone befriend him, delaying till
,_the constitutional symptoms of this horrid disease
make their aPpearance, such as ulcerated sore
thierd, diseased ,110 Se, nocturnal pains in the head
arid limbs, dimness of sight, deafness, nobs on the
shin; bonus and arms, blotches on tho head, fee
and extremities. progressing with frightful rapidi
ty 4 till at la-t the palate of the mouth or the bones
of the nose fall in and the victim of this awful di
sease becomes a horrid objeet of commisseration,
till death puts a period to his dreadful sufferings,
by sending him to "that bourne from whence no
traveller reform," each, therefore, Dr. Johns
ton pledges him -elf to preserve the most inviolable
secrecy; and from his extensive practice in the first
Hospitals of Eurmle and America, he can confident
ly recommend n safe and Speedy cure to the unfor
tunate victim of this horrid di s e a se,
'lt hie melancholy fact that thousands fall victims
to this horrid disease owing to the unskillfulness of
ignorant pretenders who by use of that dreadful
poison, Mercury, ruin the constitution, and either
solid the unfortnnate to an untimely grave or make
, the residue of life miserable.
TAKE PARTICI,LAR NOTICE:
Dr. J.Juldresses those who have injured them
selves by private and improper indulgences.
These are some of theand melancholy effects
produced by early habits of youth, viz:—Weakness
of theEack and hirubs, Pains in the Head, Dimness
of Sight. Loss of Muscular Power Palpitation of
the Heart, Dyspepsia, Nervous Irritability, Der
angement of the Ditte;clive Funations, General D.:-
bi/ity, Symptoms of Consumption, dc. •
MENTALLY, the fearful eflects on the mind are
mu c h to be dreaded; loss of Memory, confusion of
Ideas. Depression of Spirits: Evil Forebedings,
Aversion to Society, Self-Distrust, Love a Soli
tude, Timidity. are some of the evil effects.
Thousands of Piirsons of all ages can now judge
what is the cause of their declining health, tossing
their vigor ,becoming weak, 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 i
of the Organs is speedily Mired, and full rigor res
Thousands of the most nervous and debilitated,
who hed lost all hope, have been immediately re- 1
lieved: All impediments to Marriage,. Physical or
Mental Disqualification, Nervous Irritability,
Trembling, eakdess or Exhaustion of the Most
fearful kind, speedily eured by Dr. Johnston.
w h o have injured themselves by a certain practice.
indulged in when alone--a habit frequently learned
from evil coMpanions, or at school, the effects are
nightly felt, even 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, the darling of his parents, should he snatch
ed frem all prospects and.enjoYmeats of life, by the
consequence, of deviating from the path of nature.
and indulging in a certain secret habit. Such per
sods, before contemplating
shguld reflect that a sound mind and body are `the
meet necessary requisites to promote connubial
happiness. Indeed, without., these, thejourney
through life blooms wearrpilgrimagc, the pros
pect hourly darkens to the view; the mind becomes
shadowed with despair, and filled with the melee
oholy reflection, that the happiness of another be
comes blighted with our own.
OFFICE No. 7 SOUTH FREDERICK STREET,
• •I 15.1.1.TIStOZE.
The many thousands'eured at this Institution in
the lmt fifteen years ; 'and the numerous important
surirte . al Operations performed by Dr. J., witnessed
by the reporters of the papers, and many other per
long, _notices of which have appeared again- and
again lrfore the public, is a suMeient guarantee to
• 4' D. There aro so many ignorant and worthless
tomeks advertising themselves a.' Physicians. ruin
g the health of the already afflicted. Dr. Johns
tonfeems it necessary to say to these-anaequainted
wit his reputation, that his Diplomas hung in his
Otft_ .0 -
TAICE'NOTFCF — AII letters must be post paid,
sed , oentein a postage stamp for the 'reply, or no
insirer Will be sent. tmarl6-Iy.
THE GREAT AMERICAN TEA COM
PINY, 51 Wm , Sraknr , Nnw Yt).l2E, since
its ergs, ization, has created a new era in the histo
ry of Selling Tans in this country.-
Teas are selected by a Professional Tea,
taster; e 'pressly'and exclusively for us. and we ne
ver charge over Two Cents per pound above cost for
We hate but One Price to every' one for each
quality, and that pride is always marked on each
sample package at our store in plain figures. ,
We issue a Monthly Pries List of our Tens, which
will be stint free to all who order it. We advise ev
ery Tea Seller to see it. It comprises a full assort
merituti sel cted for every locality in the States Prov
inces, So th America, and the West Indies. fn this•
list each. kind is divided into Four Classes or quali
ties. na ely: Cargo, High Cargo, Fine and Finest,
that eve y one may understand from the descrip
tion andfprices annexed that the Company are de
termined to undersell the whole tea trade.
We guarantee to sell all our Teas in original pack
ages at not over Two Cents a pound above cost be
lieving this to bo attractive, to the many who Have
heretofore been paying enormous profits. I
Our business is largely done on orders, which we
always execute as well and nromptlEas though the
buyer came himself, giving true weights - and tares,
and always guaranteeing every thing: our responii
bility enabling - us to do all we promise. Every dea
ler can order his Teas direct from the Company, and
parties doing business within Five Hundred miles
of New York, can return Teak bought of us if they
are not cheaper than they can buy elsewhere:: and
the purchaser is dissatisfied with hisbargain, within
fourteen days,. and have the money refunded to,
them. Those who are over Five Hundred miles can
have thirty days and the same privileges extended
_Besides these advantages- the Company will par
All Expenses, bath ways, if the Teas aro _returned.
GREAT A3IERICAN TEA COMPANY,
- IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS!.
febl7,3m. 51 Vesey St., New York.
FAMILY GROCERY STORE.
E. C. ROY D
having purchased the Grocery Store of Tho Mas Met
calf, on Main Street, opposite Grove's Hotel, takes
this method of informing the old patrons of the
house, and the public generally. that he is opening
a varied assortment of
which he is prepared to offer at the lowest cash pri
ces. His stock consists of
SUGARS, COFFEES AND TEAS,
of all grades, from the highest to the lowest prices.
Nos. L 2 and 3 MACKEREL.
BROWN AND WHITE SUGAR, -
SYRUPS AND MOLASSES.
- FRUIT, SPICES, & c c.,
Filch as Oranges and.Lemoi,s, Bunch Raisins, Seed
less Raisins, Prunes, Currahts, Citrons, Figs: Wal,
nut and Tomato Catsup, Chocolate. ace, Ginger,
Nutmegs, Macaroni, Mustard, and every article
usually found in &Grocery Store.
IJIi EIID E L M.' A N,
• WHOLESALE GROCER AND
PRODVCE COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 703 MARKET and 2 N. 7th ST.. PHILA.
Invites the attention of merchants to his large and
well assorted stock of Sugars. Syrups, Teas awl Cof
fees, all of which will be sold at the lowest market
rates. Country buyers add 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. SHRYOCK, ChaMbers
burg. • seM.
BR 0 0 31 S, BRUSHES,
, . Tins,
Hooks and Eyes, and every article usually found in
a Variety Store-at BOYD'S, -
Main Street,4posito Grove'sllotel.
FL 0 U R, II 0 M I IS Y,
Corn Meal, Potatoes,
Bacon. Cider Vinegar.
: Beans, Pepper Sauce,
Rice, Lard; Pickles,
at BOYD'S Grocery Store.
S CELLANEOUS ARTICLES.
water Crackers, Matches, Stove Polish, Es
sence of Coffe•:, Indigo, Starch. Shoe Blacking, Sil
yeiSand, &e., for sale at BOYD'S Cheap Grocery.
KERO . SENE LANTERNS,
Kerosene Oil, at
- fel7. BOY D'S Grocery.
oat, Oa, &c.
GE.II: A. `DEITZ. = ' I TENCH lII'DOWELL
WIT Z & 3PDOWELL
HIGHEST PRICE IN CASH,
ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE
8 A L T,
PLASTER AND SAND,
D EI T Z & M'D °WEL L'S
WAREHOUSE AND COAL - YARD,
RAIL ROAD, DEPOT.
NE" r FIRM.-COAL ! COAL ! LUM
BER! LUMBER!—LEO. EBERT it SON
htoing Purchased the Goal and Lumber Yard of Geo.
A. Betts, will continue to carry on the sates busi
ness, and will always hive on hand a largesupply of
Lumber and Coal. They will be prepared to fill all
ordersAtthe shortest notice. They respectfully so
licit thn patronage of the late firm and the public
generally, and all who may desire Coal and Lumber
to giro them a call, feeling assureqll that no: means
will be spared to accommodate those on the most
reasonable 'terms. jun17,63-tf.
JOICV C..IICIPKINS. - - JOHN iezvomy.
TOWN -C. HOPKINS — &- CO.,
ej IMPORTERS AND DZALERS IN
CHINA, GLASS AND QtrgENSWARE,
No. 612 Ifarket Street; - Pki/wle/pAiit.
For further-p*tieulars apply to S.'S. SHRYOOK,
Chanibersburg, Pa. 802:3-17.
RILL pay THE
E. Y. E ,
co It N.
NORTH CARLISLE STREET,
ili_, tr4iildift,--40' iiiii4,,ii, liiiit- 6, 1864;
R. B T ,s'
Just received and for sale at the
CILEAP WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
ON THE DIAMOND.
S 6 whole barrela No. 3 Large Maokeret,
100 half barrels N9:3 Large Mackerel,
idO whole barrels No. 3 Extra Maekerel
50 half barrels No. 3 - Extra. Mackerel.
50 half barrels No. 2 Large Mackerel
50 half boxrols No, 2 Niediu;rtliwykerel
Also—h arge and fresh supply. of
and 500 articles not named, all of which will bo of-
feredat Idle figures
W -N T.ED,
For which the biemit price in cash willbe paid, for
and 311 kinds of country produco. k .--
and persons wishing to buy at wnoLnsk.n. rrill find
goods as LOW at this establishment, with freight ad-
ded, as at any Jobbing House in Philadelphia
CIROCERIES' WHOLESALE AND
SHAFER & STUART
WOULD RESPECTFULLY CALL THE ATTF:STION
citizons of Chaluberibui7O.nd yioipity
TIE VAltlif ED AND EXTENSIVE AS-
s and a general Stack of '
which they are now offering. and constantly-receiv
ing from New York. Philadelphia, end Baltimore;
at their Store llocan, on Main street. oppositelluber
Tolbert's Hardware Store.
It is their intention to keep Buchan asshrtmerit as
the demands of this community require. They have
the beet facilities for the purchase of go, , dq, on th e
most advantegeous terms, and having their own cars
on the 'Road. and one of the firm being almo,t'con
stantly in the city, affords tham every ad% antage in
purchasing goods in the shortest time„ and at, iesS
expense than visual, which enables them to 8211
\TRY LOW FOR CASH!. !
of all grades, - frora the highest to the lowbst wive,
by the barrel. sack or pound.
SYRUPS AND MOLASSES,;
by the Hogshead, Harrell or retail for futnily use.
SCGAR CURED HAMS.
COARSE ANL, FINE SALT, ;
FISH AND CHEESE,
at city wholesale, priers.
We would call especial attention to country deal
ers and others, wishing I.o:purchase at' wholesale
prices, us we'are prepared to sell everything in the
Grocery lino us cheap as-ean be purchte , ed in the
Eastern cities. SHAPER STUART, Main St.
The highest priee_paidin cash for country pro
duce, or Liken in exchange for goods. , .
I Oranges and Lemons
Turkey Figs, •
Walnut Catsup, j
Tomato, do '
English - "
- expressly for family use,
Chow Chow Pickles;
--Nutmegs ; - •
bl'onpariel Capees, -
Cole Man's Mustard,
Durham do , -
Bared , Oil,
for sale at Sir
FAMILY FLotR, BUCKWHEAT
and CORN MEAL by ttie - barrel or in email
quantities fornie at SHAFER & STUART'S.
Amits - }1 FISH AND OYSTERS RE
CEIVED eve* , week at
SHAFER & STUART'S.
VI T A•R Y HATS, CAPS AND
-01.:CORDS; at , DECHERTS.
PRING STYLE •OF SOFT HATS
KJ at DECIIERTS.
50 ritts Extra No.l .Iklatlterci
A large lot of
SIDES, - •
Cider Vinegar. • I
Soup Berms, •
• Egg -'A
Hard Shelled do
Shel barks. I •
%Voter Crae kers,
Buekets,„ • •
Esssonce Coffee, . -
Castile Soap, I
Toilet " .
Starch, - ,
• Stone Ware,
oe. , 4 4
alp Street, near Queen.
parlitoar, Qrutlerg, &r.
COACiI AND SADD,i*ItY
The'subseribrr respectfully informs lila frietas anti
the public, that he continues to carry on thi , alaoNe
business, at his 01,,istno, fill Main Street, ir,ppositt
the Gentian IteformedAnrch. • '
CIIAIII , IRSBURG, PA.,.
'lasi g enlargici, his tusiness t S a er iirat Coaele•:
mak:err, will Snd in his l alitore Roma a. geners:l assort
uf got,Lis suited tL their several requirements,
Fah' and Country llogsking,
Paterit Loather. ,
- I Saddle Trees and qirtliing.
citg Trees,Full Plated;Tinned andJapanne4 - jGeat
Hair. &raining Web, and Worsted 13.1413;
Web, loscra- than Cotton; ; •
II am es,
. Coach Handled,
new styles; Curtain Frames; Hub Ban'ds; Bridle
Fronts: licsea+... Siviveht and ()rim
ziYalrnts: ilron Plated and
Woo& Gig names;
BUCKLES—BRASS, SILVER AIiD
J A VA NN ED. all Styles and Patterkis; Ivory and Woilen Mar
. tlngal Rings, Stump Joints, and &warier
ty of other goods suite,- , •
ble for the trade. •r•
AI.I, 'RINDS OF I , PLATIIIG, & r e.," 'done
neatness and despatch. '
LEWIS WAIIPLER.' '
n ehatubergbisrg, Pa.
o -f. i"
A It I) _
61 . 1 Marka 'Street, Philudelpl i 4.
J. Fr. En. sutra. CHAS. RI6II.tRASON.
The undersigned wOuld respectfully call the at
tention of COUNTRY 'MERCIIA:s.ITSI AO their
large and well selected stock of
H .11. 1 D,. NV ARE. -
Having made special arrangements fur the 'FaP
we Hatter ourselves we can offerinducoment:
to purchasers that, wilt fully remunerate the troubit
of examining our stock. We ask but a trial, to colt
vinee the Coq u etry Ti;ocle that we are prepared to
sell low and aecommodate.,
our stuck of Table <tett locket Cutlery isunusualb
large, selected with care, and including a' variety of
styles that cannot heti snit all tastes.
'We have coistantly, on hand ajarge assortment of
Building Hardware, 1
Tools, Cutlery, '
Files, Tool Boxes,
and Chests, •
Saddlers and '
• - • Shoemakers' Tools,'
t....'.erews, and Naih.
every thing in short pertaining to, a, first class Ilartll
, ware Store. '
Particular attention paid to Country orders. It 1,,
our ainr to secure the conficlenee of our .customers:
and to this end, we are particular in filling orders to
give the best, and as cheap as though the customer;
were buying in person. Clive us a trial.
It EFli aExcEs.-3. K. Shryock, Es q., A. K. McClum
L. B. Eyster,'Chatribersburg.
, SMITH & RICHARDSON.
au5,63-tf. ~1311 Market St., Philadelphia,
V, EW ITARDAVAII.F. STORE: - ; .
..L I . Li B EYSTER
would respectfully inform his friends au the public
generally, that in connection with his . - i
KEIZOSEND. OIL AND LAMP STORE, l
he has commenced the HARDWARE business, at 1
his new Store Room, one door ..North of Sol. Hu-
ber's Grocery. Ills stock consists of the following
articles, viz: .-
House Furnishing Good, • .
Table andToeket Cutlery,
\ails by the small or keg,"
Farming Utensils, such-as '
i Spades. - :- ' •
etc., et c.!
Also, Glass, Paints, Benzole,
Linseed, Kerbsene and Lubricating Oils,
Lamps of nll deseriplions,
iers for Gas and Kerosene,
, ; Fruit Jars, best (Quincy. etc,
Agent for the sato 'of EVANS & WAThON'S Firs.
Proof Sa fps. • ! ju129, 4 33 tf.
TTI A It DlV:.Aill . El:—The public are in
cited to ~ ,all and examine our extensive 'stook
of Hardware, entlery, &c. We keoponhand a large
stook of goods in , our line, composed partly of the
miowing goods, Which we offer very cheap.
Iron. I piles, tcioking Glasses, -
- Nail..: ' " Rasps, , Farm-Bells, . •
Steel. Bests, Springs, Axles,
Hocks, . - - -- G-Ltss.; r Boot Trees,
Hinges. - Chains, 'Shoemaker's Kit
Planet, Whips, , Saddler's Tools,
Anvil:, I - Milts, '"frimmings. ,
Vices. - Saws, CofiinTrimmingS
Bellows, , B6nihes - Grindstones,.
Paints, n re,
Shovels, Blasting Powder
Turpentine,' Rakes. 'Shot. Leh d,
Spades. Pocket , Kniv es.
examinti our Stock; Special induce 111 ent
offered for cash. t021,(4.3.] BRAND A: FLACK.
14 A P. D i., l\ l 'Ai K lit..4, (;ll .A.gaTLE - ItYi
Intivrters, and Dyers in
AMERICAN, ENGLISH AND GERMAN
e HAIRD Alt ,
509 Con iniree'Street, Philadelphia.
:,th 3tl . t and 3.larketiLnd Ara Sts.
:S7 I)E ` , l?, CII N A D
FORWtRPING AND CovsassitiN
North Seeoed titreet, opposite the CurnberhuuSl. Fa
ley Ita:ilreaa Depot, Chitinberbur, ,, 'Pa.
, Cars run regularly to and from 'Philadelphia at
TS.—Deaeoek, Zell S: Him:hp:tan, No. S
Lykens Valley, broken Egg and Nut COAL. (d
reel frera the' tn.in6s.), Wilke,tharrettnd • Pine Gra
FOUNDRY COAL, LUM DER. SHINGLES, SAL
PLASTER and Hancock CEMENT; kept ennstan
ly on hand. FLOUR, GRAIN and PRODUCE,
all kinds purehmed at the hiehest cash prices.
Sentll,63. j WUNDERLICH NEAD.
ENV ARRANGE E T
tnttoncit TO 'NEW
T I:A NS kit? /.1 r. The undersignedweuld respertfu)
inform the publ le, that they are prepared to ship I
kiwis of Produce. !Merchandise, :from Chat
I,orshurg aud .Greeneastle. to Now York with()
transhipment, andldeliver it at New York as qni•
1..,8 it can be delivered in Philadelphia. , .
The attention of Millers and Shippers is Tenfne_
fully invitedto this new arrangement/ For Furth
information , inquirenf
DEITZ McDOWELL, Agents t - :
fBb 24-tf • ' Ghambersburg and Greencastle.
THOS.L atu.Espre. JACOB ZELLS.
ri_IL,LESPIE; ZELLER & CO
PRODUCE •& PROVISION MERCHANT 1
• 'AND WHOLESALE GROVER4'.•
North-West corner of Sixth and Market Sts.. Phi;
adelphitti• - • - n018,63-tf.•
B A ALOW'S INDIGO BI.UF
Dealers and Consumers of the above Cdebrat.
19(tah Mite, will please take notice that the Labe ,
are altered to read- "INDIGO. BLUE, Put-up
ALFRED WILTBERGER'S Drug Store. No.
North Second Street, Philadelphia." - The tittali'
'of this Blue Nvill be the same in every respect. '
It is warranted to color more water than twi,
the sAmeltuatttity of Indigo, and to go mneh forth
thaii any Ober Wash Blue in the market. It (di.
perfeetly clear, and does not settle on
clothes: as most of the other makes do - One B.
dissolved in A half, pint of water willtnake as goi
a-liquid blue as any that is made, at:one-third tl
"As-it is retatled•-at the setae price as the:Trait:
tions and inferior articles, housekeepers will find.
verv..Milehlo their advantage to ask for that Put :
at ILTIWARAR . .
All Miler - Pat PP after this date with BsitioW
name omit.is an imitation. -• •-
The'neW label does not require a stamp. , For sn r
by Storekeepers generally.
JER• CO O ' .lC. ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Chambersburg. Pa. ' Office in Mrs: Bard's Buil
-1 dings, directly opposite the Court House.
Havitighild official connection with the Provost
I Marshal's Office, he offers his services to, drafted
men the 16th'Congressional Distriet, claiming ex-
emPtion from Military service under the law. or for
physical causes; andd - hopei from his experience and
-tract attention, to - bisiness to satisfylthose intrust
ing him with their eases. persons from abroad ea
receive advice andha.ve their cases preparbd by to .-
Reference can be had to the Board of Enrolme t
of the 16th District, Hon.- A. .K. McClure, Ho ..
ca t es Isllll,_,Chambersburg, and Hon. Ed. MePhe
ion', Clerk House of Representatives, ' jant7.
NEASEIIP.—Tho undersigned have sociated
themselves in the practice of the Law in the several
Courts of Franklin County. Office on Market St.,
in:the room heretofore occupied by T. 13. Kennelly.
T. B. KENNEDY.
, ,i nn17.63
.F. S. STUMIIACOII. ' 'JOHN STEWART.
QTUAIBAUGH & STEWART, Arron
kJ KEYS AT Lew. Chambersburg, Ph. give their
undivided attention to the of their profes
John Stewart, Agent for procuring Bounty money,
Pensions, and Armarages of Pay.
Office in the room lately occupied by Hon. Wilson
on' Market, Street, opposite the Court House.
_M. & W. S. STENGER, ATTO-R
-NEI'S AT LAW, Chambersburg. PEe. Collec
lections promptly attended to. W. S. Stenger. Dis
rict Attorney, apd Agent for procuring Pensions,
Bounty money, and Arrears of Pay. Officein Frank
lin Building, 3d door from the collier. jun 17,63.
lITM. S. EYERET.T,:Arrows.HY AT
YV - LAW. Of6oe in Mrs. Bard's dwelling.- di
rectly opposite the Court House, Chambersburg, Pa.
Will practice in the several Courts of Franklin and
Fulton Counties: All legal business entrusted to
his care will receive prompt attention. jun 17,63.
JM'DOWELL SHARPE, ATTORNEY
. AT LAW, Chtunberaburg, Pa. Office in Mrs
Bard's Buildings, directly opposite the Court House.
a 0.- SETLI - lAMER, ArroRNRY AT
VA • Lau', Chambersburg, Ph. Office. - Main St.
above Queen, in the room formerly occupied by S.
lleisher, Esq. jun 17,63.
aEO, EYSTER & E.J,I3ONEBRAKE,
ATTORNEYS'.4.7 L. 4 W, hELVO removed to the room
In Main St., ,1 door Sontli of Eyser's Store. jun 17,63
LS. CLARK, ATTORNEY -AT - LAW,
• has removed his office a few doors Eastof his
,'Mlner location, on Market Street, South side.
CALVIN M. DUNCAN, ATTORNEY Ai'
_LAW'. Office on ',Market Street, in Lawyer's
Row, opposite the Court House. jun 47,63.
THOS. la FLETCHER, Arron.Nrx AT
/4 LAW, Chambersburg, Pa. Officeon East Mar-
Set St., nearlykopposito the Court house. jun 27,63.
ALEX. K.. APOL'UIIE ? AT T ORNEY AT
LAW, Chambersburg, Pa. Mc in thePiank-
I in Repositnry - jun 17.63.
DWATSON ROWE; ATTORNEY AT
iJ s LAW, Greencastle, Pa. i0p30,63.
'PER POUND TAX ON
TOBACCO.—The ,Government is about to
,mt a tax of 40 ots. per ponnd.On Tobacco.
,You can save 50 per cent. by,
You can save 50 pet cent. by
Buying your Tobacco at J. D. JACOBS'.
Buying your Tobacco at'J. D:JACOBS'.
- Buyirig your TObacco at J.- D. JACOBS'.
Prime Navy -Tobacco at 75 to 80 ets.
• .Prime Cavendish Tobacco at 80 eta. to 4 , 1
Prime Flounder Tobacco at 75 'to PO ets.
Prime Congress Tobacco at 60 to 80 ets.
.‘ Prime Twist Tobacco 'at 75 t 0 ,90 cts.
. . _
JACOBS sells Old Virginia . Sweet Cavendish.
JACOBS sells Old Virginia Plain Cavendish.
• JACOBS sell Old Virginia .Twist.
JACOBS sells Old Virginia, Smoking Tobacco.
JACol3SlMichigan Fine Cut Chewing Tobacco..
, Cannot be Equaled.
Cannot be. Equaled.
JACOBS' Segara are superior to
• JACOBS' Segars are xnpbrior to all.
`Pipes, Pipes, .Meersehaum Pipes, Brier Pipes,
Box Pipes; Mahogany Pipes, Apple .Pipes,
Cherry Pipes, India Rubber Pipes, Clay Pipes, and
other pipes. Pipe in and get pour Pipes, Segars and
Tobacco at J. D. JACOBS , Main Street, Chambers
STORE: I --To nig CITIZENS OF CfIANBERSBLOM
earn Vicixtry : The undersigned having been com
pelled to leave Virginia on account of his-Union
sentiments, has come among you to establish a bus
iness, hoping &gm his long experience, and by clos,
attention, he will meet with a generous support.—
His stock will consist of all the best brands of TO
BACCO AND SEGARS, which he.will sell as cheap
0.3 can be had any .where in town. Don't forget the
place, sign of the "-little Virginia nigger," opposite
the Franklin Hotel, next door - to Shryock's Book
Store. South-east corner of the Diamond.
jun 17.63. ' C. H. BUSH.
ITIHE ARMY OF THE PO TO M-A C
now orde'r all their Tobaceo;Segars. Pines. Sce.
Nam J. D. JACOBS. They know Jacobs sells the
best and cheapest. jan✓i-Iy
JUST RECEIVED,--4 fresh supply qf
Michigan Fine 'Cut atwing Tobacco at
jan27-Iy. ' J. D. JACOBS'.
rroßAcCp Alvls •SEGARS —A large
assortment of Chewing'and Smoking Tobatco
and Segars, just received and for sale at -
, , BOYD'S Grocery Store.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF TO.
BACCO, and - SEGARS, at wholesale or retail
- ' SILIFRR EL . STUART'S.
IVA - WILY D 1 7 . E COLORS.
.I.* • PATENTED OCTOBER 13, 1863..
Black, , Dank Green,'
Black for Silk. l.,_ ,imht.(ireen,
1 Datk-Blud,. •. Magenta,
I Light Bloc.. Maize,
1. French Blue, Maroon,
I ' Claret Brown, ' !Orange, ,
I • Dark Brown. g, , Pink, '
Light Brawn. ~ -' Purple,
1 - • Snuff Brown, • ,-_ Royal Purple,
. : Crimson, . - Scarlet,
! ' • - Dark Drab, Slate,
1 1 ." 'Light Drab. ' Solferirio, ..
Fawn Drab, : ~. Violet,
, - - Light Fawn Drab, • Yellow.
• For Dyeing Silk,-Woolen and Mixed Goods, Shawls,.
Scarfs. Dresses, Ribbons, Gloves, Bonnets, Hats,
: Feathers,'Eld Gloves. Children's Clothing,
and all kinds of Wearing Apparel. '
I , rte,--A SAVING OF 80 , PER CENT. — Ol-
For 25 cents you can color as many goods as would .
I otherwise cost five times that sum. Various - shades.
1 can be produced from thfrsame dye. The process is
; simple, and snY one can use' the dye with perfect
, success. Directions in English,French and German
i inside of each package.
information For farther in ;Dyeing, and giving a
' ... - perfcetknowledge , what colors are hest adapted to
dy6 over Others, (with many Valuabld recipes) pnr
, 'chase Howe & Steven!? Treatise on Dyeing and Col
oring. Sent by ,mail on receip thri
tof rice-10 cents.
-Manufactured by • ' HOWE & STEVENS,
nor2s-14 ' - 260 Broadway. Boston. -
For Sale by Druggists and dealers generally.
BARNARD T. FELLOWS;
HOUSE AND SIGN
PAINTER, GRAINER, GLAZIER, AND
• ' PAPER,HANGER.
Shop in the Old A rmory-Building, (up Stairs,)
next door to: The "Old' Jaii,"'Peiferk
Fo/4's Orarriage:Mannfiletorg, op
- pOsite BrOtilte* Hotel, and -
CORNER OF SECOND AND MARKET STREETS;
Iregpentitully. take this method of thanking the
citizens of Chambersburg and - vicinity f or th e ver y
liberal patronage' recciv ed at their hands for the P
ycar, my first year in this place, and flattering mysel!
thafl have done, and am still prepared to do the
very best work in my line, I solicit &continuance o.:
past favor. - D. T. FELLOWS.
P.S. I respectfully refer to any of sky p a t r o n s--
James. Eyster, Wtn. McLellan, Col. A. R..ll.oClure,
Rev, Mr. Niccells, Presbyterian Churelf; Dr. Rich
ards. Dr. Fisher of the German Reformed Menctln
ger J. Allison Eyster, Win. C. Eyster, and any oth_
era for whom I have done work—for character :
work done and expedition.
jun17,63-tf. B. T. P.
attornqs a .acv.
Cokacco anTr egaro.
1130,#tiis t Ilating,:Szt.
Y S P P S "1 - A
; 1/12*SES RESULTING FROM
DISORDERS .OF THE LIVER
- are cured by
HOOFLAND'S GERMAN Bl i i+TEßS'
THE GREAT, STEEkaIIING
,Thegeßitteishave perforhied more Cures
• Have and_do give better satisfattion
• ' Have more testimony
HO_CIFLAND'S GIOIAN BITTERS
lave more respectable people to vouch for Them I
Than any other article in the market.
.*ll defy at& one to contradict this assertion; and
WILL' PAY $l.OOO
To any ono who will produces certificate published
by us, that is not genuine,
ffr - Will cure every case of- ,
Chronic or Nervous Debility. Diseases of the Kid
neys; and Diseases arising from a'
Observe the following Symptoms, resulting from
-Disorders of the Digestite Organs:
Constipation: Inward Piles, Fullness or Blood to
the - Read, Acidity of the Stomach Nausea. '
Heartburn, Disgust for Food,
nese or Weight in tho Stom
. acb, ' Sour Eracta
dans, Sinking '
or Fluttering at the
Pit - of the Stomach. Swim-
miuv of the head. Hurried and Dir
t cult Breathing, Fluttering at the Heart, '
Choking or Suffocating Sensations when in a WWI
posture: 'Dimnms of Vision:Dots _br Webs
• before the Sight. Fever andDullPain
in the Head, Deficiency, of
• Perspiration, Yellow.
• ness of the
Skin and Eyes. Pain
in the Side, Back. Chest,
Limbs, &c.. Sudden }lushes of Heat,
' Burning-in the Flesh, Constant' Imagin
ings of Evil, and great Depression of SpititS
;REAtt&lßEß,that this Bitters is NOT ALCO
HOLIC, contains no Rum or Whiskey, and can't
make Drunkards, butis the-BEST TONIC in the
. ' READ A - SAYS SO -
From the Rev. Levi G. Beck, Pastor, of the Baptist
Church,Pemberton, N. J., formerly of the Notth
;Baptist Church, Philudelphia:
* $ I have known Hoofland's German Bitters
favorably for a number of years. I have used them
in my own family, and have been so pleased with
their effects that I was induced to recommend them
to many others,' and know that they have operated
in a strikingly beneficial manner. I take great,
pleasure in thns publicly Proclaiming this fact, and
calling the attention of those afflicted with .the dis
eases for which they are recommended, to these
Bitters.kiowing from experiened that. my 'tecom
mendation will be sustained. Ido this more cheer
fully as Hoofland's Bitters is intended to benefit the
afflicted, and is "not a rum drink." -
Yours truly, LEVI G. BECK:
Fro= Rev. J. Neviton Brown. D.D., Editor 'of the
Encyclopedia orßeligious Knowledge atidthriB
- Chronicle, Philadelphia. .
Although not disposed to favor or 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 testifyto the benefits he
believes himself to have received from any simple
preparation, in the hope that ho may,thus contrth
ute to the benefit of others.
I do this the More readily in regard to Roofland's
German Bitters. prepared by Dr. C. M., Jackson, of
this city. because I was prejudiced against them for
many years. under the impression that they were
hi eily an alcoholic. mixture. lam indebted twiny
friend, Robert Shoemaker. Esq., for the removal of
this ,prejudice by proper tests, and for encourage.;
rumit _to try them, when suffering from great and
long continued debility. The use of three bottles ,:t
these Bitters, at the beginning of the preSent year,
was followed by evident relief, and restoration to
degree of bodily and mental vigor which I had ttbt
felt for,six months before, and had'almostflespeired
ofregaming. I therefore thank God and my friend
for directing ma to the use of them.
J. NEWTON BROWN, Pbilada.
From the Rev. Joe. H. Kennard Paster of the 10th
. Dr. Jackson :—.Dear Sir; I leave been frequently
requested to connect' my name with commendationt
of different kinds of medicines, but regarding the
practice as out of my appropriate sphere, I have, in
all cases declined; but with a clear proof in various
instances, and_particularly in my fanaily,of the use
fulness of Dr. - Ifoofland's Germnn Bitters, I depart
for once from my usual course, to express 'my full
conviction that, for general debility of the system and
eveeiaily for Liner Complaint, it sa a safe and oat
unqc..przisoration. 'ln some cases it may fail; but
osually. 1 doubt not. it will be very beneficial to
those who suffer from the above .muse.
Yours very respectfully, J. H. KENNARD.
' Eighth below Coates Street, Philadelphia.
From Roy. Warren Randolph, Pastor. of Baptist
Church, Germantown. Ponta.
Dr. C. M. Jackson:--Dear Sir: Personal experi
ence enables me to, say that I retard the German
Bitters prepared by you as a most exolientmedicines.
In cases of severe cold and generil debilitt I have
been greatly benefitted .by the use of Ott Bitters,
and doubt not they will produce similar effects on
othfirs. Yours truly.
WARREI RANDOLPII, Germantown. Pa.
From Rev. J. - H. Turner. Pastor of Redding M. E.
Dr. Jackson :—Dear Sir • Raving used your Ger
man Bitters in my family frequently . I I amprepared
to say that it has been ot great service. believe
that in most cases of general debility of the system
it is the safest and most valuable remedy of which
I have any knowledge. Yours respectfully.
J. H. TURNER, 726 N. 12th Street.
From the Rev. J. M. Lyons, former Pastor of the
Columbus (N. Jo and Millerstown (Penna.) Bap
tist Churches. .
NEW ROCHELLE, N. Yi
Dr. C.-11. Jackson:—Dear Sir: I feel it a pleasure
thus of 'my own accord, to bear testimony to the
excellence of the German Bitters. Some years since
be-ng much afflicted with Dyspepsia; I used theta
with voty betielicial results. .1 bare, often re.
commended'them to persons enfeebled by that .tor
menting disease, and have ; heard from them the
meat flattering teatinionials as to their great value. -
In cases of generaldebilify, - .1 believe it to bee touia
that cannot besurPassed. ' .1. M. LYONS.
From the Rev. Themes Winter, Pastor oritoxbor
°ugh Baptist Church.
, Dr:Jackson ;=-Dear Sir: I feel it due to your e x
cellent prepanttion; o oft an d's German Bitters, to
add my testimony to the deserved reputation it baa
obtained. I bave'for years, at times, been troubled
with great disorder in my bead and nervous system.
I was'advised by a friend , to try a bottle of your
German. Bitters. • I did FO. - and' have experiended
great and unexpected relief: my health has been
very materially benefitted. I confidently recom
mend the artinleithere I meet with cases similar to
.my own, and have been .assured, by many of their
good effects. RespectfulKryours, - •
T. :WINT.FdI., Boat' orough. Pa.
From the Reer:J. - S. Herman. of thif German Re
formed Church, Kutotowri,DerheWMagy: Pa.
Jac Dr. C. lit Jac - son :—Respected Sit: :.I;itave been
troubled with. spepsia aearlytweatl i years. and
have never nee -any medicine thatat mead much
good as Heenan 's Bitters. _I am 10194/dach im
proved in health after having foSten flitbettlec.
Yours withreepect. . = J. S. licatMAlT.
Large She (holding nearlY doribte quantity)
$1 per fttle—belf dozen $5 00
Sniallßize-75 Cents por Bottle—half dozen 4 00
BEWARE OP COUNTERFEITS- .
See that the signature of " C. M..TACKPION.!'
is on the WRAPPER of each bottle. ,
Should your nearestdrugtist not have the article.
do not be put off-by any oft eintoxioatingprepara
tionithat maybe offered in its place, but send to us
and we willforsvard,seciirelypacked. by expres
PRINCIPAL 0FF 431 AICEPAR - ANP. MANUFACTORt
JON 1S & EVANS,
' (Buteeesoratci C. litasakton Co.).
t , • •Psuwartrois,-
FOR SALE by Druigiits and Dealers in every
own in the United Stater. , Idea 9.63-714,