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. ROOFING Ready to 13141 " ° 7 ' •
• ROOFING more durable har-Tin:;
ROOFING - at half the cost of Tin.
ROOFING for Steen or Flat Roof.
BEADY - •
. FOR 'FACTORIES,
. • FOR BARNS.
Poi ALL BUIWINGSt
Thjs tioofiing is made of thehmiest woven fah
lie ever used for the purpose.—Manufactured solely
be ourselves and secured by Patent.
;p ut .. a p in rolls and shipped' to all parts of the
aountry, and usually for sale by hantware
juit ,, an d builders. -
It can be apPlicd by any common workman,
We also manufacture.
. LIQUID GOTTA PERCHA CEMENT.
AKY TIN ROOFS. ,
CHEAPER THAN OIL PAINT
HEAVIER BODY THAN Oh, PAINT. '
,• -MORE DURABLE, THAN OIL PAINT.
It forms a permanently adhesive. elastic) coating
, over the whole surface of the tin, filling up all the
RUST , 110 LES,
• And often saving the exuense of a new roof.
' GuTrA PERCRA. CEMENT
is especially adapted to repairing
LEAKY SHINGLE ROOFS,
gIiTLIGHTS, • .
o ke., &o.
This is a thick, tenacious compel:Md, applied with
it trowel of similar instrument, and does not dry up
and crack, as deal other articles used for this pur
• Of the Ready Roofing sent by mail when desired.
Liberal arrangements made with Agents. •
READY ROOFING CO.,
73 Maiden Lane/Now York.
110tALTIMORE LO,CIc. - HOSPITA/L.—
_LP DICJOHNSTON, the founder of this Celebrat
ed Institution, offers the most certain, speedy, and
only effectual lainedy in the world lei Gleets, Struc
tures. SerninallVeakness, Pain in the - Loins, Con
stitutional Dellility Impotence, Weakness of the
Bask and Limbs, affections of the Kidneys,
ta g = of the Heart, Dyspepsia, Nervous Irritabili
tY, Diseases of the Head, Throat, .Nose or Skip;
and alt those serious and melancholy disorders ari
sing front the destructive habits of Youth. - which
destroy both body and mind. These secretand soli
tary prasetices are. more fatal to their victims than
the song of the Syrens to the mariner Illysmts,
blighting their most brillianthopes, or aeticipations
rendering marriage, &c., impossible.
YOUNG MEN, '
Young Men esm..eially, who have become the vie
ems of Solitary Vice, that dreadful and destructive
habit 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 Senates with- the thunders of
eloquence,. or waked to eestaey the living lyre ; may
'Call with' lull confidence. ,'
- V- M. ARRIAGE I
' :14ied persons, or young, men contemplating
user ago, being aware' of physical weakness, organ
..l4 de illtyedeformities, dm., should immediately
oonsudt Dr, Johnston,
'-• He who places himself under the care of Dr. Johns
'Con may religiously confide in his honor as a gentle
man, and confidently rely upon his skill as a physi
,cian. ORGANIC 'WEAKNESS!
/5131EDIATELY CURED AND FULL +noon RESTORED.
This disease is the penalty most frequently paid by
those who have become - the victims of improper in
dulgences. Young persons are too apt to commit
excesses from not being aware of the dreadful cense!'
quonees that may ensue. Now, who thatuuderstands
.the subject Will pretend to deny that the power of
'Procreation is lost sooner by thosefalling intoimpro
'per habit than by the prudent. Besides being depriv
.ed of 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 west
trig of the frame, cough, symptoms of consumption,
Office 10. 7, South Frederick Strelq,
seven doors from Baltimore street, Eu.stside,•up the
_steps. Be particular in—ohserving the name and
number, or yiii - will - mistake the place.
42} - • A CURK WARRANTED -IN TWO DAYS.
X° ; 11,.reurp or Nauseous Drugs. -
Member of the Royal College of Surgeons, Llindon
•graaituite from one of the most eminent Colleges of
the United States, and the greater part of whose
life has been speutin the hospipals of London, Paris
'Philadelphia and elsewhere, has effected some of
.the most astonishing cures that were- ever known.
Many troubled with ringing in the head and ears
.when asleep, great nervousness, thing alarmed at
sudden sounds, and bashfulness, with frequent
blushing, attended sometimes with derangement of
•raind, were cured immediately.
A .CERTAIN DISEASE!
When the misguided and imprudent votary of
pleasure find 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' hina
from applying to those who from education and re
'spectability can alone befriend him. delaying till
the eonstitetional 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 urms, blotches On the head, face
'nod extremities, progressing with frightful rapidi
ty. till at 1a.44, the palate of the mouth or the bones
of the nose fall in and the victim of this awful di-.
sense becomes a horrid object of coremisseration, -
till d.oilt.h 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 can confident
,ly recommend ti safe and speedy cure to the unfor
'innate victim of this horrid disease.
It is a melancholy fact that thousands fail victims
'to this horrid disease owing to the unskillfulness of
ignorant pretenders who by - use of that dreadful
poison,Mlerwury, ruin the constitution, and either
send the unfortunate to an untimely grave, or make
the residue of life miserable.
TARE PARTICULAR NOTICE!
Dr. J. addresses those who have injured theta
. solves by private and improper indulgences.
These are some of the sad and melancholy effects
produced by early habits of Youth; viz:—Weakness
' of the Hick 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, &c.
MO:TALLY. the fearful effects on the mind are
much to be dreaded; loss of Memory, confusion of
Ideas. Depression of Spirits, Evil Forebodings,
.Avereinn to Society, Self-Distrust, ' , Love of Soli
tude. Timidity. &c., are some of the evil effects.
t Thousands of persons of all ages can now judge
whatis the cause of their declining health, tossing
their vigor. becoming weak, pale, have singular aP-
Imarance about the eyes, cough. and symptoms of
' t',onsumptien. . .
DR. 'JOHNSTON'S INVIGORATING REMEDY
FOR , ORGANIC WEAKNESS.
By this great and important remedy, Weakness
of the Organs is speedily cured, and full vigor res
Thousands of the most nervous and debilitated,
who had lost all hope, have been immediately re
lieved. AU impediments tO Marriage, Physical or
Mental Disqualification, Nervous Irritability.
Trembling, Weakness or Exhaustion of the most
fearful kind, speedily cured by Dr. Johnston.
' YOUNG MEN,
who have injured themselves by a certain practice,
!indpilged 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' pply immediately.
What a pity that a young' man, the hope' of his
pountry, the darling of his parents, should be snatch
edfrom all prospecti 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
• MARRIAGE • '
-should reflect that a sound mind and body are the
a most necessary requisites to 'promote connubial
. happiness. Indeed, without , these, the Journey
- 'through life becomes a weary pilgrimage, the pros
pect hourly'darken to the view ; the mind becomes
shadowed with despair, and filled' with the melon
,;:choly reflection, that-the happiness of another be
comes blighted with bur own.
s'OFFICE No. 7 SOUTH FREDERICK STREET,
'The manythousands euredat this in
~, , the last fffteen years; and the numerousimportant
surgical Operations performed by Dr. J., witnessed
"'by the reporters of the papers, and many other per
sons, notices of which have appeared again and
again before the, public, is alnalletant guarantee to
, B. There are's`agitanyy ignorant - and Worthless
quacks advertising.themselves as Physicians. ruin
* frig the' health of the alrettibt Lifilieted, Dr. Johns
., ton deems it necessary to say to those unacquainted
'with his reputation, that his Diplomas hang in his
SER,..TAgn Nortcg—All letters must bo post paid,
and contain a postage stamp for the reply, or - no
answer will be sent. , ' [marl6-Iy.
N: _ : .,o
F.t,WICXS WHOLESALES . AND
'retails God& as low as any Jobbing HI:11:150 in
CIELWICKS. KEEPS EVEItY,
ole in the Grocery and Provision line ; .also
hundreds of othef article not belonging to the Gio
ery buSluoss, all of which he offers cheap.
A T GELWICKW CHEAP . STORB-1S
./ 1 the beet place to go for Green and Black Teas.
A T GELWICKS' WHOLESALE AND
FA. Retail Store you can see the largest assortment
of Sugars, Syrups and illo.lasses in town.
iIIEtWICKS WIE . .4.4ESALES AND
vkil Retails the beg Kerosene Oil for the least
money also Sperm, Whale,-Coal and 'Lnbrieatitm
.:OERSONS WISHING • TO . BUY TO
_L but:Timid Segarv., either wholesdle or retail.
will find a large stock and choise brands at Golivicks!
11OR GOOD. PURE, FRESH GROUND
and Unaround Spice°, Baking Articles and
Taking blolassos, go to Gelvvicke.
i- , 4,ELIVICKS HAS THE LARGEST
N.JI stock of Mackerel, Hams, Bacon and Salt in
the place. and sells at low figures.
aELWIOKS Y S AND SELLS
every description of Goods, Produce and Mar
a ELWICKS HAS JUST RECEIVED
a fresh supply of
Prime Cheese, -. Fresh Crackers,
PepoPr.Sauee, Tomato Catsup,
. Pepper, Allspice, A:c.
A T GELWICKS YOU CAN SEE A
.1.1 "very large assortment of 13ruslies, Brooms,
Buckets, Cords, Twines, Llatchcs , Shoe Blacking, tice
• ar I . LWICKS SELLS THE ANIERICAt
N_A Excelsior Coffee at 20 cents per pound, the hest
,substitute for Coffee in tb e_market, and ground Rio
Coffee at 2,5 cents per pound; alsostrictly pure Cider
eoat, lumber, Scr.
GEO: A. DEITZ. I TENCH NI'DOWELL
DEITZ - & ' O.IVE L L
HIGHEST PRICE. IN CASH,
RY E ,
ALL KINDS OF PRODUCE
'ALL KINDS OF .
CHEAP 'F 0,.R, CASH,
DEITZ & Si'DOWELL'S
WAREHOUSE - AND I,COAL YARD,
RAIL ROAD DEPOT,
Atm eas I
NORTH CARLISLE 'STREET.
STEW FIRM.-COAL ! COAL ! LUM.
BERI LIIMBERI —LEO. EBERT b. SON
having purchased the Coal and Lumber Yard of Geo.
A. Deitz, will continue to carry on the same busi
ness, and will always have on hand alargesupply of
Lumber' and Coal. , They will be prepared to fill all
orders at'the shortestnotico.• They respectfully so
licit the patronage of the late firm and the 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. junl7,o-t£
JOAN It t ELViNEY.
Jorix a. aoetwrs.
TORN C. HOPKINS &
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
CHINA, GLASS AND QHEENSWARE,
'N0:612 karket,Street, Philadelphia.
For further particulars apply to S. $. SHRYOCK
Ohatabersburg; Pa. -
GROCERIES WHOLESALE . . AND
WOULD B .ESPECTFOLLY CALL THE ATTENTION OP VTR
cttiT.cits of Ohapbenburg and vicinity,
TO TIIF VABiTBEk h.'Sb EiTENS.T.VE
Qinensivare, .‘ -
and a general Stock of
Miscellaneous Arthiles, '
Which they are now offerinu and constantly receiv
ing from New York, Philadelphia, and Baltimore,
at their Storo Room, on Main street, oppmfite Huber
Toll Art's litirdware Store. .
It is their intention to keep such amassortment as
the demands of this community require. Theyhave
the best facilities for the purchase of goods, ou the
most advantegeous terms, and hay* their own ears
on the Road. and one 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 CASH!
of all 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 use.
SUGAR CURED BANS •
COARSE AND'FINE SALT.-
FISH AN D CHEESE,
at city wholisale prices.
We - would call - especial attention to country deal
ers'and-others,..wishing to purchase at wholesale
prices, as we are prepared to sell - everything in the
eirocery line as cheap as can be purchased in the
Eastern cities. SHAEER & STUART, _Main St.
The highest price paid in cash for country pro
duce. or taken in exchange for goods.
Oranges and LC 11101p1
Malaga Figs, -
Split Peas, -
Sap Sago V "
expresly for family 11813, ,
Chow Chow Pickles,
Mixed S do • .
- Non pariel Capees.
Lon tots,French Mustard
for sale at -
mar G. M:
THE GREAT AMERICAN TPi.A. COM=
PANY, 51 VFSAY STRF.ET New YOWL', since
its organization, has created a new era in the histo
ry of Selling TRAS in this country. -
ALL our Teas are selected by a Professional Tea:
taster. expressly and exclusively for us, and we neY
ver charge over Two Cents per pound above cost for
'We have brit -One Price to every one for each
quality, and that price is always marked on each
sample package at our store in plain figures.
We issue a Monthly Price List of oar Teas, which
will be sent free to all who order it. We advise ev
ery Tea Seller to see it. It comprises a full assort
ment selected for every locality iu 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, Fine and Finest,
that every one may understand from the descrip
lion and prices 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 be attractive to the many who have
heretofore been paying enormous profit&
Our business is largely done on orders, which we
always execute as well and promptly ns though the
buyer came himself, giving true weights and tares,
and always guaranteeing every thing; our responsi
bility enabling ns to.do all we promise. Every dea
ler can order his Teas dir'eet from the Company, and
Parties doing business within Fiv'e Hundred miles
of New York, can return Teas bought of us if they
are not cheaper than they can buy elsewliere - ; and
the purchaser is dissatisfied with his bargain, within
fourteen days, and have the nioney..refunded to
them. Those who are over Five Hundred miles can
have thirty days and the same privileges extended
Be4ides these advantaces the Company will pay
All Expenses, h , th ways, if the Tsas are returned.
GREAT AMERICAN TEA COMPANY,
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS,
febl7,:lm. 51 Vesey St., New York.
FAMILY GROCERY STORE.
having•pnrehasefthe OrocrTy Store of Thomas Met
calf, on MuM 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. I3is stock consists of
SUGARS, COFFEES AND TEAS,
of all grades, from the highest to the lowest prices.
Nos. 1. 2 and 3 MACKEREL
BROWN SYRUPSI.TE SUGAR-,
. AND MOLASSES.
FRUIT, SPICES, Zte.,
such as Oranges and Lemons Bunch Raisins, Seed
less Raisins, Prune !, Currants,i Citrons. Figs: Wal
nut and '..Comato Cafoup, Chocolate, Mace, (linger,
Nutmegs, Macargza, Mustard, and every article
usually found in a Grocery Store.
BEI'DELM A N,
~. WHOLESALE (ROCER ANTS
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No-703 MARKET and 2 N. 7th ST., PHILA.
Invites thesattenticM of merehants . to his large and
well assorted 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. SHRYOCK, Chambers
•. . .
Hooks and Eyes, and every article usually found in
a Variety Store at BOYD'S, . .
Main Street, opposite Grove's Hotel.
Corn Meal, Potatoes, .
-331141011,, Cider Van r,
Doani, PeppeN i nuce
• Rite, ' Lard, Pickles,
at BOYD'S Grocery Store.
S C EL LANEOUS ARTICLES.
J-T_L Water Crackers, Matches, .Stove Polish, Es
sence of Coffee; Indigo, Starch. Shoe Blacking, Sil
ver Sand, Ice., for sale at BOYD'S ,Cheap Grocery.
TT EROSENE LANTERNS,
- Kerosene Lamps,
Kerosene Oil, at
fcl7. BOYD'S Grocery.
VAMILY FLOUR, BUCKWHEAT
_iL' and CORN MEAL by tho barrel or in small
duantitios for Salo at SHAFER & STUART'S.
]IRESH FISH AND OYSTERS RE
.L CEIVED every week at ' _
SHAFER & STUART'S.
D OO R BINDERY.-S. R. FISH
ER ,t- CO'S Book Bindery is on the Third
Story of the 'MESSENGER" OFFICE BUILD
ING, on the Diamond, above Shryoek's Book Store.
Entrance between the Book Store and the Inland
Telegraph office. Old 800k5,,. Periodicals, Music,
NewspaperS, Agt., bound in any style. Blank Books
made to order. Paper ruled teeny pattern. jaZ,64'
tOi,A tl i t ioti:-INo::i . ,icrti , -40 : - -qt, 04.
SHAFER & STUART
Hard Shelled do ,
English Walnuts,Walnuts, -
Smoke Pipes, '
Esssence Coffee, .
‘ . .a - in Street, near Queen,
"111 - 41411afc; Outictlp . Szt 7 s',
o A'c il!A'N'p § A
. ARE,• • -
The snbscriberrespeetfully iriforlPhis fijpntrsatift,
the pnblie, that he continues,to carry on the .above
barium% at his old stand, on Main Street, Opilosite
the German Reformed Church, • • .
Havingenlarged baiiness, Saddlers and Co'ach
make:4 will find in his Store Room a'Funeral assort
ment of goods stated to their several requirements.
•, - -
such as -;
Fair and:Comitry Hogskins; •
'1 Patent Leather,
Saddle Trees 'and Girthing.
Gig \ .• . ,
Trees,yull Plated, Tinned and Japanned Goat
' liair, Strainii4 Web and Worited Rain
Web, lower than "Cotton;
;Bits 1 and '
Stirrups, ' -
Tinned mid .
' • 't '
t . Japanned;' i
' ' , Cegaah Handles,'
new, etyfes: Crniain Frames; "Hub Bends; Bridle
Frents; Roseate's, Swivels and Own
namisnt.i; -Iron Plated - and
'Wood Gig Homes; i
BU.Cg ; LES—BR ASS, SILV:E•R - AND
all Sylea 'And .I ) 4tteins; Ivory and • ooden
tingal Ridge, - Stuna'n - Joints, and a vririe-.
er of other goods guitar
hie for the trade.
ALL KINDS OF PLATING, 1e.,. dorai with
neatnesa and - a espatch:.
n04,634.f. Ohanabersborg. Pa. '
HR D W R
• SMITH & RICHARDSON,
'6ll Market Street, Philadelphia.
J. FRED:HIUTH.I CHAS. RICHARDSON.
The undersigned would respectfully- call the at
tention ,of COUNTRY MERCIIARTS to their
large and well selected stock of
HARDWARE. .• -
Having made special arrangements for the Fall
Trade, we flatter ourselves we can offer inducements
to purchasers that will fully remunerate the trouble
of examining our stock. We ask- hut a trial, to con=
vines the Country Trade that we are prepared to
senior and accommodate.
Our stock of Table and Poeleei Cutlery is unusual ly
large. selected with care, and including a variety of,
styles that cannot brit Suit all tastes.
We have constantly on hand a large assortment of
Building Hardtvare, -
Files, Tool Boxes. •
Screws. and Nails
every thing in i short'p ertaining to a first class Hard
ware Store. '
Particular attention paid to un ry orders. It is
our aim to secure the confolsnce of'our customers.
and to this end, we are particular in filling orders to
give ,the best ! and as cheap . as though the customers
were m person. Gaye us a trial.
RiIiiIRKNCEEL—J. K. Shryock, Esq., A. K. Moan%
L. B. Eyster, chambersbur. -
SMITH k RICHARDSON, •
aus -tf. till Market St., Philadelphia.
I. r W RARD,Nt.ARE STORE.
... ; ~ ! L. B EYSTER
IA i d. respectfully inform his friends and the publlo
41.4, crafty, that in connection, with his
KEROSENE OIL AND LAMP STORE,
--he has; commenced the HARDWARE business, at
his neiv Store Room; one door North of Sol. Hu
ber's Grocery.; His stock consists of the following
articlei, viz: . 1
Building Hardware, . - .
House Furnishing Goods, .
Table and Pocket Cutlery,
• ,Mechanics' Tooli,
_Nails by theamail or keg. ' - •
1 , ; Farming Utensils, such as
i Shovels, •
- i Forks, - ;: , ,1
. / I Potato Lifters,
, . etc., etc.
Also, Glass, Paints, Bennie, • , • I
Linseed, Kerosene and Lubricating Oils, j
Limps of all descriptions, • , - 1
Chandeliers for Gas and Kerosene, ; !
' Fruit :Tam best quality, etc i
Agent for the sale of EVANS & WATSO"2i - 8 Fire
Proof Safes. 1 ju1,8,3 tf. '
HA It D W A R E.—The public are hi
riled to call and examine onr , :xtensive stook
of Hardware; Cutlery, Sc, -, We keep 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 Bells, , 1
Steel, Hosts, - Springs, Axles, I
Hocks, - i ' .Glass, , Boot Trees, - -
Hinges, , ,1 , Chains, - Shoemaker's Kit
Planes, Whips, Saddler's Tools, , _
Anvils, Bolts, " Trimmings,
Vices', Saws. CoffinTrimmingt
Bellows, ; Brushes, - - Grindstones,
Paints, " names, • Cedar Ware, :
Oils, - Shovels, • Blasting Powdo
°Turpentine,: Rakes, Shot, Lead,
Hoes, ) Spades. ' Pocket Knives. j
Call and examine our Stock.
_..,c4peei al inducementS
offered for cash. r 021,6•3.1 BRAND ,1:° FLACK.
ARD TARE AND CV TI4ERY
W. W. RNItIHT SON, •
Importers, and Dealers' in
AMERICAN, ENGLISH AND GERMAN"
509 Commerce Street, Philadelphia.
Between sth and 6th and Market and Arch Ste.
11 FORWARDING AND COn(DIISSION AfPfictrAterp,
North - Second Street; opposite the Cumberland Va
Icy Railread Depot; Chant bersburg, Pa. , ,
Cars run regularly to and from, Philadelphia ,and
AGENTS.—Peacock. Zell & Ilinchman, No. SOS
Market St » , Philadelphia. •
Lykens Valley, Broken Egg and Nut COAL, (di
rect from the mines),'Wilkesbarrc and Pine Grove
FOUNDRY COAL, LUMBER, SHINGLES, SALT,
PLASTER, and Hancock CEMENT, kept constant
ly on hand. ELDER, GRAIN and PRODUCE of
all kinds pitrehased<st the highest cash prices.
- WUNDERLICH ,t: NERD.
E RRAN G;F,
FSEIORT THROUGH TO NEW YORK WITHOUT
TRANSHIPMENT. The undersignedwouldrespeatfully
inform the; public, that they are,prepared to ship all
kinds of Produce, Merchandise,_' &c..Lfrom Chem
beniburg and Greencastle to blew York =without
transhipment, and deliver it ai New York as quick
as it can be delivered in Philadelphia.
The attention of Millers and ;Shippers is respect
fully in - sited to this new arrangement. For further
information inquire of
DEITZ & McDOWELL, Agents,
Chambersbnrg mad Greencastle.-
TROB. L. GlLLxspiE. JACOB ZELl.:1111.
fI,ILLESPI-E„ZELTIER be CO.,
PItdDIME k PROVISION MERCHANTS,
AHD WHOLESALE GROCERS,
Notth-We.st, corner of 'Sixth and Marlot Sta.,
BARLOW'S INDIGO BLUE.
Dealers and Constim ets of the aboyo Celebrattle
Wash Blue, will pleas.? Jake notice that the Labels
are altered to read' iNDIGO BLUE, Put-up at
ALFRED W.ELTBERGER'S Drug Store, No. 233
North Second Street, Philadelphia." Tho quality
of this Blue will be the same In eery respect.
It is warranted to color more water than twice
the same ituantity of Indigo, and to go much farther
than any other Wash Blue in the market. It dis
solves perfectly clear, and •does notioattle on the
clothes as most of the other maket do, Ono :
dissolved in a half pint of watermill Trish good
a liquid blue as any that is made, at one-third the
As it is, retailed at the seine price es the imita
tions and inferior articles, housekeepers still find it
very much to their advantage to ask for that put up
at, Wimagncnis's. i
All Blue yet up after this date with Baapw's
name on it is an imitation.
The new label peg not reqtare I„sttimp. •For sale
by Storekeepers generally. . M7-6m.
attornego at Eab).
• , TTORNRY AT JAM.,
ChntriberSburg, Pa. - Office in nisi. Bann:Bull
poppsite the Court House.
Having 11ml - official connection with the 'Provost
Marshal's Office, he ,offers -services tl• dra ft ed
men in the 16th Congressional District. claiming ex
.emption from Military servicoUnder the law. or for
Physical causes; and hopes from his-experience and
strict attention todinsiness t 6 satisfy tthae intrust
jug him with their cases. l Persons frqm abroad can
receive advice and have their cases prepared cor
Reference can be had 'to the Board' of En .lment
of the -16th District, Hon, A. K. ,McClure Hon.
James Sill, Cliambersburg, and Hon. Ed. 'cl'ifer
son, Clark - House of Representatives. en 27.—
j_TASTINGS " GEHR, Attorney a . Law
11 andGenerazczaint-A g ent office—al< ket stn
East of the Court House. Chambershurg; "a. Dig
long:experience in Washington has. pgicen <im
usual facilities for, becoming thoroughly < < < < minted
with theimsiness in the different Depart ants.—
"laving resigned his position in the War 'Depart
ment he.is now prepared to attend to all business
,entrusted to his care. Army and Navy Pensions,
Botint,. and Arrears of Pay obtained for 'soldiers,
their Widows or Heim , ap6-tf •
ENNEDY & PART
-LX—NERSIIIP.—The undersigned -have associated
thmielves in the practice of this Law in the several
Courts of Franklin County.
.DMee on Market SL
in'the room'heretofore occupied by T. B. KennedY.
T. B. KENNEDY,
jun 17,63. T. J. NILL. ,
F. S. STIIMBATIGH. Jona STRWART.
p. TUMBAUGH STP,WART,
WETS AT LAW, Chavaberaburg, Pa. give their
undivided attention to the practice of their profes
John Stewart, AientTor procuring Bounty money,
Pensions,.and Arrearages of Pay.
Office in the room lately, occupied by Hon. Wilson
HeillY: on Market Street, opposite the Court House.
& S. STENGER,. Arron.
,O W, •
NEI'S AT LAW, Chambersburg, Fa. Collee
leetilms iiroMptly attendedlo. W. S. Steager.` Dis
trietAttorney. and Agent, far. n proouring Pensions.
Bounty money, and Arrears of Pay. Office in Frank
lin Building. 3d door from, the corner. • junl7A.3.
M. S. EVERETT, ArrouNET AT
Y,l( LAW.. Office in Mrs. Bard's, dwelling. di
'Teeny 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.
.T: M'DOWELL SHARPE, Arromi . Ei
Al Lucy, Chambersburg,-Pa. Office in :Mrs
Bard's Buildings„directly opposite the Court Honk.
SETLHAMER, ATTORVEY AT
V. LAW. Chambershurg,, Pa. Office, Main St:
above Queen, in the room formerly occupied by - S.
.I:Wisher, Esq.- jun 17,63.
LS. CLARK, ATTORNEY, AT- LAW,
hui removed his office a few d'oo'rs East of his
'former location, on Market. Street, South side.
CALVIN M. DUNCAN, ATTOkNEY AT
LAW. Office on Market Street, in Lawyer's
Row, opposite the Court House. , jun 47,63.
THOS. L. FLETCHR, ATTORNEY AT
LAW: Chanibersbarg, Pa. Mee on East Mar"-
ketSt.. nearly opposite the Court-Honse. jun 17,63.
ALEX. K.l M.'CLURE, ATTORNEY AT
Lew; Chambersburg, Pa. Office in the 'Frank
lin Repository Buildings, jun 17,63.
11WATSON ROWE, ATTORNEY -
, A 2
. .Len. Greencastle, Pa. _aep3o,63.
Vension &Mountp agencies.
JOHN M. POMEROY,
: -ARMY AND . NAVY AGENCY' --
No. 204 SOUTH \FOURTH. STREET,
. , PHILADELPHIA.
The undersigned having resigned his position as
'Paymaster in the 11. S. Army, has opened at N 0.204
South Fourth Steeet,, an AGENCI FOR PROCU
RING PENSIONS, and for the collection'of Offi
cers', Soldiers' and all other CLAIMS against the
DLv ongexpenenco as Paymaster has given me
unusual facilities for heepming thoroughly acquain
ted with this business to all its details. On the re
ceipt, by mail, of a statement of the case of claim
ants, I will forward the necessary papers for their
signature. Personal attention will _he given to the
cases at Washington.
No charge unless successful,. when $o will be
Charged for collecting small sumsunder i.C),"and $lO
on all sums over that amount and under $4O. :Lar
ger claims taken on special arrangement. Fees in
Pension chzes as Axed by law.
INFORMATION yog AND INSTRUCTIONS TO
All Soldiers of the present war who -have served
two years,. and Soldiers discharged for' wounds re
ceived in battle, without reference to time of serl.
vice, are entitled besides their regular pay, to $lOO
In case Soldiers or Seamen are discharged fordis
ability or mounds rece ived while in the service, they
are entitled to & Pension according to the disability.
In case of the death of the Soldier before dis
charge, through disease contracted or wounds re
ceived while in service, his widow is entitled to re
ceive the $lOO bounty, besides arrearages of pay,
and pension diming her lifetime er widowhood.
'lf the Soldier die after discharge, from disease
contracted or wounds received while in service, his
widow is entitled to a Pension of ;96 per annum.
If no widow or minor children, the mother of the
.Soldier -or Seaman will receive the Pension, if do
pendant on him wholly or in part for support. •
• If deceased Soldier or Seaman leaves no widow,
his children are entitled to the Same benefits as the
widow, except when the children may be over the
age of 16 years.
If no widow nor minor children the bounty mid
. ;iay, will descend to the heirs as follows:
First to the Father. second to the Mother, third
to the Brothers and Sisters, and then to the Neat of
Discharged Soldiers whose clothing aecount_was
ansettled at the time of discharge, can recover any
balance due them, if the Company's books are not
destroyed. To draw this balance . , write to your
Captain for a descriptive list, showing the Clothing
ltecount, and forward it to me.. with your prelimi
nary statement, giving also the date of your dis
charge. • -
Soldit3rs who Served with the nine Months' voluri-
I teers can recover $27 bounty and premium, without
regard to time of service, if they have not-already
SOldiers who wereprisoners us the South, and Sol
•diers whip were absent on sick 'furlough, are enti
tled to commutation of rations..•
In communicating with this oficestate the nature
'of your claim fully; and give the Company and Re
giment to which. you or the Soldier for whom von
claim belonged, as well as your present'Post•Office
EF E It E, S
Ills Excellency ANDREW G. CURTIN, Governor of
lion.'SimoYC,tunnon, Harrisburg. Pa.
Hon. Jong% CASEY, Chief Justice of the Court of
Hon: E. H. BR - OORE, Chief Clerk Pay Department,
Hon. EDWARD Men:MR.4OA, M. C., Washington.
Hon. 'JAS. P. STERRET, Pres't Judge, District Court,
Hon. A. K. McCtann, Chambersburg, Pa.
Hon. Thos. A. ScorT, Vice Pres't Pa. R. R. •
Hon. H. B: THOMAS, Collector of Port. Philada,
Hon. C. A.' WALBORN, Post Master, Philada.
Ditaxnt. & Co., Bankers, Philadelphia. •
Jas. DUNLAP, President Union Bank, Philadelphia,
BULLITT & FA/RTHORNE, Attornies,• " "
RIEGEL, WEIST &'Eavni, Merchants. " •
LITDIVIG,HNEEDLER It CO., Merchants. "
PRITCHETT, BAUGH & Co, -- 1 it •
DAVID YAVST & CO.,XCIThaIIIa,
-BENJAMIN S. JANNEY, J. &CO, Merch'ta
CNAS:. E. Moanan &A.;o.,.Aferchanta.
ATWOOD, WHITE Co.& 'Merehaiite. ' "
owl M. POMERQT,
iun17,63-tf. ' " No. 204 Sotith Fourth St.
PENSION, BOUNTY ,AND 'WAR
CLAIM AGENCY.—Pensions Preenred . for
soldiers of the present war who are disableit
reason-of wounds -received, or 'didease contracted,
while in, the service of. the United States; and Pan
sions;sloo Bounty, and Arrears of Pay obtained for
widows or beim of those, who -have died or been
killed while in service. 7011 N-R. ORR,
Mare-ly] • Claim Agent, Cliambersbur& Pa/
JOSEPH' PRISM,' Bit. H. KONG
Y & IsT G" •
• ,T A •
CtikkIBEESBURQ PA. -
The „ifidenignedi :respectfully mottohnC r es to the
citizens of chamberslitmg and surrounding: collar/.
•at they a 1 , continde the iniumfacture, of COF - ,
FITS, and are prepared to attend Funerals inTovrn
/Coffins of Ilfahogueliy, Cloth, -
Miule to. order at the shortest notice, and most ress
to order, the
• • - •
They_ vial 4tterld.,to 41:ie/aping out of Corpses,
• ich satiefactorr manta; Re
m '' e ” m4/PIV! 0•44/ 111 . - afO•
• -3mb PREF .t.• lto.
- DISEASES RESULTrEir' FROM
E:: 6*,9 A DT . P
- . - ate, cutelibi s.. • - a
Tiles e,l3l4ers,!M..rle-p erferM i elf more dere sl
E ar) and de give better, eatisfactiorii
_ Hare mono testimony I .
HOOPLA 'S GEt3tAii, PLITURS
H ave marer espectablejeoPle to vouch for therit
. Than any other article in ' . th, t , market.
We defy any one to eontradiet this assertion, aril
WILL: -PA- 1 -1:1 •
To anyone who will prodaco acextiHcate puliliShe4
by us, that is not yciitiine,
Will cure every case of
- Chronic or Nervous Debility. Diseases of the Kid
neys, and Diseases arising from a
Disordered Sten:tech. - -- „
Observe the - followitießymptoms, restiltirig fibni
- Disorders of the Digestive Organs:
Constipation. Inivard _Piles,.; Fullness or Blood . to
the Head ; Acidity of the Stounich,_Nausei,. ~ H eartburn; DL.gust for Food;Full-
%Lessor Weight in the Stour- • • -•
.14. Sour. ..Bructir,
, , • or Fluttering atthe • • •
Pit of th.e Stomach Swim
mins of the head, Hurried and -
cult Breathing,: Flutterin' •at the Heart:"''
Choking or Suffocating Sensations when in a 1.:11:4
Posture. -Dimness of Vision,,Dote or Webs, •
before th e sght,Fe.yer and DtillPain
• - in :the 'Head, Deficiency . of •
- nese of the . • .•
--Skin and Eyes,Bain
' in the Side, Deck. Chest, • -
Limbs, 100., Siad'don Flushes of Heat.
Burning in the Flesh; Constant
jugs of Evil, and.gteat - Depiession of r!Pirits
REMEMBER, tluatthis Bitters is NOT ALco-
FrOLIC, coutainiAio Balm= of WhiskeY, and can't
make Drunkards, but is the BEST TONIC
READ WHOSAYS SO NZ
From the Rev. Levi G. Beck, Pastor of the Rapijst
Church, Pemberton, N J:; foimierli , .-ef` the North
Baptist Church, philadeiphia: „ .
* I haveknownHeofiand's GermanDitters
favorably for a. numberof years. I have used them
in my - own family, aratimve,;:been se , ; Pleased:With
their effects that I was induced to recommend them
to Many others. and know that they have operated
in a strikingly beneficial =timer. I take great
pleasure in thus publicly proelaiinink this fact, and
callingthe attention of those afflicted with the,dia
eases for which they are recoMmiraded; to these
Bitters : knowing from experience that, my recom;
mondation will be sustained. - I do this more cheer
fully as Iloofland's Bitters is intended to benefit thit
afflicted, and is "not a rum drink."
• Yours truW.• --LEVI G. BECK:
From Rev. J. Newton Brown. D. D., Editor of the
Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge and Chrig
tian Chronicle, Philadelphia.
AlthoUgh notdisposed'te favorer recommend Pa
tent Medicines in general, through distrust of their
ingredients and effects, 'I yet: Imo* of no sufficient
reasons why a man may not testify to the benefits he
believes himself to.have received from 'any simple
preparation, in the hope that be may thus contrib
ute to the benefit of others.
- I do this the more readilrin regard' to}lrmfitiMPs
German Bitters. prepared by Dr. O. 11,.,jackson, 01
this city, because I was plyelmlleed against theta for
many years, tinder the -impression that they warp
an alcoholic:Mixture.' lam indebted to illy
friend,llobert Shoemaker, -Esq.,for the removal of
this prejudice by proper tests, and for eneourage
ment to try them,. when • suffering . from great and
long confirmed debility. The use of three bottles of
these Bitters, at the beginning of the present year,
was followed by evident relief; and restoration 'to a
degree of bodily arid mentatvigor which I had not
felt for six - months before, and had almost despaired
of regaining. I therefore thank God and my friend
for directing me to the tiFe of them. •- - • ' • - •
• J. NEWTON BRCOWN,
From the Rev. Jos. E. Kennard, Fedor of the 10th
Dr. Jackson'i=Dear git I have been freqquent*
requested to connect my name with commendetiolks
of different kinds - of medicines, but regarding the ,
praetice as out of my appropriate Sphere, r have - in
all doses declined; but with a clear proof in parlous
instanees. and Particularly in my family, of thetttt
fulness of Dr. Bootl e -o's Germnn Bitters, I &past
for once from mytusuitt Bourse, to express my full
conviction that,/or genera/ debility of the 11118tC771 and
especially for Liver Cosipiaint. it is a safe and gal
'noble preparation. In-some cases it may fail; but
usually, I doubt not, it will be very ,beneficial to
those who suffer from the abcive ,Jause.-
Yonrs very respeetiuliy; J. H. SENNARD..
Eighth-below Cbates Strenpt,Philadelphii.
From Rev. Warren. Ifardolih, Pastor of Baptist
Church. Germantown Penna.
Dr. C. IL Jzoksoirft-'-Dear Sir: Personal. ancri
ence enables me to any that I regard the German
Bitteta prepared by You as a most excellent medminb.
In cases of severe cold and general debility have
been greatly benefdted 'bY the' tab of the'Bittera.
and doubt not they will prodUcceiptilaa•=bffeots- op
others. Yiiiirs truly .
.. • WAARENDAIsrDOLPS, Germantonn i Pk;
From Rev. J. Ei. Turner. Pastor of ReAtliiig M. E.
Church, Philadelphia. •
Dr. Jackson :—:Dear nailing used Yiinr Gtr
man Bitten in my family frequently, I anuptepared
to say thatit has been of great , service.: beliexe
that in most cases of general debility of the systein
it is the aafest and most valuable remedy of, yrhieis
I have any knowledge: ' Yonrsi•espeetfaily.
R.I . ITRDTER-; 726 N.l9t)rStreeto
From. the Rev. X. M. typne, former Pastor . ads
Columbus (N. J. and alillerstown (Penna.) BaP
tb3t Churches. •- •• • . '•• • -;-
Dr.. 0.11: jack:ion :—Dear Sir: I'feetits7ileashte
thus, of•my,owti accord, to- bear testithonr to the
exeellenecof the Gerinan Bitters: Some Yearisinoe
bo:ng much atiliot&bwith, Dyspepsia. I used .th
with very - beneficial • results.. I have often
commended-Cattalo yietsons enTiobled bylhat to
menting disease, and have heard - from- them ,t e
mostilattaringti3stiraonials as to their great 'fa% .
In eases of generaLdebilitni believe itto bea-telge
thateaunot surpassed. - J. M. LYONS:
Frouithb Itev.ThOioAi Winter, Pagtoi Of rioEbor
ough BaptistChuroli. "
Dr.jacksanrl=Dear Sir:• I fhelitduetV yoUr
cellent preparation„lloollarid's Gorman Bittere i
add my teltimonY to- the reputation* has
obtained. have for : years, at times, heed troubled
with great disorder id my head and deivoua aYatera.
I was advised by a ,friedd. to. Uy b, bottle of your
German Bitters. I'did 80, and pave experienced
great add :unexpected relief lug health hair been
very materially benefitted.. I confidently recom
mend the articie whero.rmeet with icaseseimilar , le
my own, and have Peen su3sured, by , many of , they
good — }l
effetta. .esPectfulty genre'. '
T. WINTER, RetborOugh. Pas
From the Rev; J. S. Iterman. of the Heilman te
formed Church, Eutztown,llerks countr.gik.,
.Dr: C; M. Jacisbn :—Respeeted Sir: I haititipeu
troubled with . ibuoepsix nearly Went, yea 1, and
have never used any medicine that did me az much
good 'as Monad's 'Bitters.- I am ver4 - m . h im
proved in health after having taken five_hottles..
' Yours wit h respect.' J. S. IMMAITi
. . ..
.Large Size (holdltig 'netirl datitlii gitaiiltirl -_ '
. _ $1 par Bottle-rhigdosoos OP
:Atrial gize-:-75 . Cents'piai Battle—half dozen 404
BIEVUE !Dr tinill,'iv.Er.,ilEi
: • •" •
Seethat thesignature " C.lef:JAbffSON,
Lyn the .W of each bettle.o
Should your nearest druggist not have theantiple,
do nut be put off by any of the intoxicating prepara-
Lions that maybo.offired initap/see2 - butsarict to us:
and we wiDforward,securelypachea, by expree ,
PRINCIPAL &FIDE AND MANF,VAc.TQBY.
N 0.631 Anon STRieST,
JUNES ;45 aVANS;
ueoese ore t C. M. Jack sun
FOR: SALE , hr,..Draegisti AziAtßoilla l tifiCovittY
own in the Unite d States . !Wee 9,63-7/9
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