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ADVICE TO YOUNG EtiOiDERS.
. When one has, grown ;out of childhood, it is
impossible to 'deeide Whit 'one'should read, the
mi sapply is and 'The best
teiiid' Most 'Comprehensive • rule is; form a gOod
and then choOse according to its dictates.
"rails 'ddne the same • way in literature; as in
* . iiri:•-•tolobserve nature, and then study if in
the picture, the mist, the sky, the river and the
- isetdure_are true in tinting and grouping, or, if
:•-idetilizedi that- they are nof , extrayaganV. If
y,opPicturkis a'reaster piece, youreye is soon
g 9 • s c!li oo I by the softness, and harmony, that
4iitecti, at once, in low art, the - glare, the
itiffness and the incongruity. 'lf,' in addition to
a veritable artist gives you a few hints and
4pggestions, you have fallen upon the "open
• 1-;:leassao" of the art World.. Na timonnt of works
Wait could have donese much for you. :11,is
c_itfesame in, reading. ',Familiarise your. Mind
With master works, and accept advice, from et.
dfirs. I have often hoard such conversations
folloiiing . - •
+-• AB •
• Sage,--This book is not fit for young people ?
indeed it is better left unread.
`Youth—lf that is so, I shalt fled it out for
• 'ireyself: ,
• This is not wise. Life is - so Short we cannot
oz afford to rejeetthe experience of those vitho'have
- got the start of us. Unfortunately, some of the
-17.i'most -beautiful and charming literature is so_
•:::illiarked With impurities as to- be unfit for
huding, this is _remedied by expunged editions
• only the untbinking will deride. "Oh,"
.lAraid,ii young lady to me, once, in the first flush
sipassion for Byron, "Iletest abridgements,
e Igi,voinie the complete works, and if there is any
,:1-istilitvhen I come to itillakip it." Unhappily,
once found, it is too often impossible
. to avoid.
Ne.-}t US that siren power which enchants.while it
,mtlestrOys.:., It is a mistake to' suppose that young
- 'tiff roLlimarread with impunity works too Corrupt
often a woman turns with disgiist
tz;i4rom i thikverypage with which a man delights
‘ , lniitt,f,cedihiagroper passions. The safest way is
E az:4444! sfrArygiing contaminating, lest on the
-- t-:44llcretcaliambers. l er the heart as on the walls of
.L':::iilktarcedßemppiii there be traced vile emblems
„ aud . pietures, whielvshall be brought to light-in
3toirwappn: - There is enough of
" ee ''all'tlititristtibitpj„ Ve t thrilling, or tender, or
and which is also as pure,
-inliand,thastti usi the spring,fight, to satisfy the most
a;:yisrdent lover of ro44ip t g. F , pre should be c'areful
mcein4,not: , .eitnfsMllo B 3\ittOow:,writings, those in
Firvgliich pbjectionaWphriniespecur, chiefly as an
eV/ aecident c ;pf..the,tica”.,„.,T:liere is the same clif
s;wi/ereave:(between,l4.9.Rie? between the p lant
• ..„:LE.Eistosig ; •yery,icahnjgiens_ , ate, poisonous, and
lhqse frgrp.wpiyp i . t . .„iniinitpessihle, for ingenuity
.I;Shak6rteare,aafiltllll-It4riitar.f):9P.9 or two plays
, itimarcesVotth:ft agg9. 1 44 ailowed
kyintbatkLlQ:AtittPEankidlCAP, 1 1-4,9 I ,9 3 ppouths
et. 4,76unt_moidE,,grAß4o.l)E,l4,CrP-?lKet,*itred ex
pressions which no oneweabisare i tesead aloud
t i ke fireside: - This can be accounted for if wis
. 4 , l l fargi r itif44 ,4l 4 . :4 4 2lkeltt&el is a
-of t - difference in the frPedom of" sPeeek in
afferent:Tiatitudisi;:ariA - moltbeiltr ?v} men are
often istonisheiltehear theseof spotless purity,,,'
Xl'Ll'itinti the' southeltafrom.fereign i lagds;4li.ieg, i
thingbli-whinh :Would: (hock theinyt
tleobie ) .-7 How imith.greater, -freedocklMaY PaYS`,
- lot Worked into the xtry - iltaipl-arldNVOOf
heaF,64slfey t ‘t;k9
. 6qB case Lending a gloss
pra.charta vits.p r ,,,'4an think of no soufidbr;
snipd r ,,thp t i4at,.lEvhiell timAing fvow
, sensational trash, apprt , efsferimaAgyroikatt,
Ar b.s 4u4k44N49.lhßlPT:P.R.shEliffre*T. lug
vi 4 1,110, rAP4 4R346 osAP etl9flteig',..thy,tlev`alub]
ersd xv4.o4triotP4 l 2 - 7 99 m n 4394:e Pa - eld e ' er " -
LP)II=ISDC*4. g r-P WR.W nt o ) .l l Al t #P:Pl i g9 B "
11• !:iir:t le M# 01 FM.4 11 _,P,M S ,OcIP l a 2 t1 F ) elJafth
6'1+1(.00 !Rign."Ar T e ri the'
All(M 1 44 1 41, fl 3 itO,J S. ; re# 4: 6 .? , Q . k: with
' o,o 9 ,Aiackti/e„m,asksontesilf:#o.omsks t i;Elils is a
• kind of criticism fatitito i what . imerely ashy
and sensational,- , -er
--r . - Yift-kir:flaye - fhefogerfehentedev.ithia:4s:urA,4 a 109.7.•
CS tintliOrAirsvhieb the heroine "loves her. lieral3
taa 11 4 aa — tr - V43
„ ii n 6 an .7H . ur ises e • y , ss
I "VdS e t i.4Elff::isA n doiii t oop,t el ia; 453 y: reeepler,
b'a 3 tl Jai '4l dr
in it a single thing whiell , Wool be: cflta riing in.
"Les.ca. red . iifa r ;A l .o3lo nd, : 910 gt9fe .
-4134 " ffiAleaMaleanittLlAMll4LEdbla;llLlVe never
I J greliaked apy-fkin of tie?liiirging. it ~vas f
• : '" i '' L lilikti' r •c6i.fllii..Atigar-coatc.d pill of
; were fond in.pilfdliiitict, diAle'ef ilie4ste'
: 141 L ajm I l n"d Rie r Osein . g illy %Nib& ''lidf . ithfaie of being,
Witt r elNdibli
dtlik't€Zt dp ; the:
est l 3 : 9 o i llik'of` l ineffii6ailfi s d: .lelli I irtin cats olvtd;
s qi ' ll3
flick 914116;:lf _ MP-IUB i a'. fidget as, An,
havehkaistibli L i . At lAnig *then w h o
• the rr.c , l7lS' - -r - E -- wAy.p.irrt I cannot iruttine the
fc4 4l / , I A - e,Areahi': itpffibitiVia injnred . by
6%.4 . .1 L: 4 :S4l ' ' l4
it,ll Juerf;PlAllingt , MtoeiPAPh i gA9 Pr! e°11.7 rwnL
64 eamecfltialeltimarattrarbAroqitt.e_fifefMcw4/ter day,
tot """ Natoddtitete4itietaxigu tut-tato 41141 !
n .1.;1-1 tritarlA r ~f . v
41 . 4,2 d thogval e 114 . 71740;197 F 0 5 , 19), thy, ( 14$ ,
To4nirls argi,can think of notlupg,
natal btu nteviolivr. fa • ?; , 3i_ 1 1414 gi''' (5 ' .I . `
2tittl rzlieFsPOPM,i Ptk . - I:..!gy .grEm.
ialt , th ,- .4o , tunwouposokflutomA§yriettogißFA*
Aces e t e r ipkilig.?qtatielp•tesiatsi4obss:Stitry;frie tibe.ffsp,.
*v.v.:1:419.m ; ' •
a wacq " cime Past ' ara lf:lognifeihi::4;l•, ...I(zittmq I
, „Fr i nikWlZletloran ,literatur aho 111..bm i derf
lam= az.: W e) y I • -1
.rieolro MAW IffnaP h apiSePt i Al 2 1,114 pitil yi!l
jOn .Wriptindiplkilitattit4OferNitti itliP vete and
%.:unorma ArhatlietlffelWiffs3tpientlergielningl d a skep- . ;
ilcism, and lansen,e§a of moraland aclit r itt
~eee ea lolgoefivecartaitipoisdueta t o 400 an erous at e
Vaal cono•MtAckshlitatqftElis' ni , Met , pew rcd
vokeupini - ij o irowaViilrfairriliAkiit
uato itlabVwl Ai. IS
afterwar recognize tne cnaarby wnien don
'ion creeps up to concord.
Magazine reading, carried to excess, debih- I
tates th •e • mind. ' -
nd. n too sweet zoo: litinid;
;=requites ti* littlikAE,LovAt 4n. applieatien. It is
itotisTittee for _posterity, but to catch the php-_
ular.iashs. Even the weig . htier articles are too
often flippantjand superficial, and the stories
Jsd-ef3says of en-1E4441e and that marvellous
finish and polishing of which we have so many
examples among English - classics; and after
Which, - epieri Writer should strive - ;'as a painter
strives for the perfect harmony aisicoloring_of .
old masters. : ' • - _. .
Let the grand. end of all our reading be to
add eitherlatrength or beauty to the mind: 76..
THE:4IAnt - 14W. -
' Forthe information' of-thosainterestedt - we-
herewith publish the game law of this Stem
it wilt: , be seen by the first section that 'it
is unlawful to kill any insectivore:la - bird at any
season 'of ths4ear; and as the robin is - one of
our most/iffluable iniectivorO4 birds, the par
ties so'gifending can lie made pay a penalty_
of twOlbllars for each bird killed ,or found in
thei4ssession. Menthe law be carefully read
and rigidly enforced: s`,-` •
T. It shall 'not be lawful; for:any person with
in this commonwealthvto Shoot; kill or •in any
way trap or destroy;anY blue bird, swallow,
martin or insectivorous bird, at any season of_
the year, undefthe penalty'Of two dollars. _
2., Iltkperson Shall shoot, kill or otherwise de
strOY any pheasant bet Ween the_ first;:day of
January the first day 'of September; or any
woodcock Between the first day of January and
the fourth day atJuly; or any-partridge or rabbit
between the first day of January and the first
day of October, in the present year, and - each
and every year thereafter; under - the penalty
of five dollars for each and evely offense. - -
3r No person shall buy or-ea - Use to be bought,_
or carry out if this state, for the purpoSe of sup ;
plying any.private or public house or - market,
any pheasant, partridge, Woodcock or rabbit, un
less the same shall-have been shot or taken in
the proper season; as Provided for in this act,
under a penalty - of - five'. dollars fur each_ and
every offense.' . ,
4. No person shall at any time, wilfully de
stroy the eggs or teits of - any birds mentioned
in the diirerent . settions of this act within this
commonwealth, under - a penalty-of- two dollars
ftir etiell and every offense.
5.-The possession of any person in this com
monwealth, of any ofthe game and birds men-.
tinned in the different sections of this act, "shot,
killed or otherwise destroyed out of season as
- aforesaid, Shall ba printo facia evidence td'
udder this, act. _
, 6. Any person offending against #nof the
provisions of 'this-act , f
- aet, and bing..thereof con
victed before 'any alderman, or justice. of the
. peace aforesaid, or by the oath or affirmation
of one or more witnesses, shall -for ei'ery such
offence, forfeit the:fine or fines attached to ;the
sanie, one-half te'the use of the county, ,in
which' the complaint is, made, and The other
half to, the use of the` informer, and if the-offen
der shall refuse' to pay the, said 'forfeiture, he
shall committed to 'the
,jail of the Proper
county,lor every such offense, for the space
of two days, without bail or mainprise:-.4"rovi ,
ded,hotrever, That inch conviction 'be - made
within sixty dayb after, the committing 'of-the
• - 7. That any a*t Or acts cOntlieting with this
act, be and the same are hereby repealed.
- Every one who has a faini, a garderr i . a, fruit
tree; or a ids() bush, is interested in _enforcing
this excellent law, for the insectivorous birds
destroy the insects andsvvorms which arc so
destructive to vegetation : • The scarcity of these
birds of late years has much to do 'with the
difficulty of raising - may kinds of fruits, and the
remedy , is to protect th'e birds from the cruelty
ofinern whose souls-are so small that even = the
keen eye of a bird could not see them."
r" In - the House of Representatives on the 19th,
.fili-. Garfield made good his former assertion by
Pioducing a letter from Judge Sickles, of Indt
ana, which came into his possession, reeom
'moiling a young man to John C. Breekinridge
, 'its 'de . sirous of entering the service of the South
'11113 . q. 'e'Capacity, and safely recommending him
. 'n''2.`ti'f ' fitful man. The writer said the bearer
t jiif'fit`e.' Ater was formerly connected with, but
I lritti l i4,l!lfSg,usted with the Union army. Mr.
r aill;fied: 'also produced a similar letter from
'"Yeliii'GqiiiiiAs, remarking that Mr. Davis was
:fOrtileifi'frOfm %Indiana, and the predecessor of
- iiir.V'eUrhee.S'r . ' •
• - i".“ , " 1 . * , • .- 91 t
~ 14:_Garileldr , of Ohio, said:ln my response
.I.e:iny Velleagde (Mr. Loug,) a few days since I.
- asserted:tl3atinany leaders of the Democratic
party inikelcortlfwerti in correspondence with
thl3 RefteT ' leini'drs,. and I promised to produce
'flieldiers libi - Which I then referred. • We found
that; Some , ff outlregintents in the Army of the
Ctunheriatei mere ,ll,cltß eorrurted and induced
.. t,Olds.s.ertby,,politi'cians'at,home and secret-ser
vice_.rneFwereemPlqed: 'to find' out who were
'',l6ing: A." Oitt. 'young Indtt• went to Indiana, and
••by - representing ifiresell ast'friendly to the Re
beisrolitaitie,d, Oe-ss..letters ll He brought them
..I did not knoivjhe Writers, but called
ieVeralliidinif 'cifile'elii' 16' eiainine them, and
flititill'HioSe r kvli, knew"; the ;hand writing and
history of the writer. !Hook trocingivolthe let-,
.. , ters,: and„ _milt .thc,• ; acPu.,ty with, the originals
Rt, l ou Ittics: ~
' ' t-
t;.fitj.i &lir: Üblen. 0 - ; 43resiiimrizto p. • ~,
•;:i - tiostfir-4; .taktl , ,gr,v4 I , A.!AIPitM -0 Teem''' .
lire t nili.in to. ysittrl,:m.qutintancp
--4--_, pfGr <Tacit st te', Ili . this Slide. "lie wish:
gal : 6' k‘lsi'llib 'SI:With:IIM iiatits2.sithjlteted to,
any daiiger:frittitairch b..vitit,i , •.:311'...)-4÷- was
envntStted'iwith the artny.for i senre mortis, as
' qt artepwtlr of the —tli IndranhVolunteers,
but Iteggnv.k,immediately after the evacuation
,of porin,th,"Miatteiliirp,PliY our forces, niF has
leidiisitmpiitliMior lionnection with t evimy
iiiiiitefi"Alifdiityithatt'e tuatttgrei to p rrittin.
'.'YetrtutaY•relY?•efiDti it:that it wilf,be Vi tiffiflty'
'Aollcit'• - ";4 ll YeaNßrob..Pv•g4 ;lAm will l)e, ref: rocat
ed by me w enevArany,opperfOitY•Oftf. s,
I apa,,Ger(t•iiitlolira;•Wrtfiliiiicfl%s eot t ,,, - 1 ,
(1 Jor*G. DOA': 4 .
to .I' , ;!'sve - CiTtEENCASTLE, Imp., July 1, REVO. "'
~...'kw fir— , Rake - . this method of intrbirtreing
19 q p i i e kft4lgi r k' s O m Ot,IAT.PT 44 I;
ieside*of; isiprigitb4l. , -- - jrn-= ishqo to on -
Aix Lim selligh . A c t f ile W3lllll in some capalty,
%Oak, qi can : l43l i ti, sor s ne i .Assigtveetto'y Ur"
puke. can saffl re,commerg km to-pit/vs ,
ay' - '46 4Araiitv viraiAmprtptito .i.pacitys;
,iff Wilii.tryonViny aplace i tiro ',ltudlitla o'ipi, tot,
, itzraariberizofivabtableltitligtAWll9lNdu.. 31 1E1,
•rf . ." - ' 7 l‘t , '"wAftrifoil ." ~.fti!A_ tfs Ftgnq 041 A ill°
kiln arMat A liu , e , me4l . 4 4 tiste wi flaa'it'f
tujlavet iiiiirib. 1141 it eblikb irefd thereof.
A A raWetlin , ffidiAt4 kirdeino it . ill ; min i ,
• .kittigliedsomerhsibeibtotraPßL,3 CI . ff:tGl r,,j. -
Sli o l AAßD9ltltlift.R cfrilif f illli If ' r "' llei° " .
• gliVlOnt . i aig.4.f t ,
d' p.qignt'.iiffitfikiiirldilE; 4 :5 ,11 „I b,
SielitenikatTirdwifilUgathlathder : chanan.
Da is -4. . - a — member of the 33d, 35t, and 36th
i i l?, '"',W/rlstl'eßeir6•Of : r, : initnttfr
om he Terfe HitileiV4A ,ft . I , ..kbeesc) - .
ButturatraSliis constiiiien ";an, ea, 'fflibliglits,
ifilDaXasinsesititgaftvAi 311 t LIT ,1.107
f IINEVER SESPA;i—\iiitera a eneelj
labor, the plain mulberry leaf at last becomes
i ow satin.
elr— tr franklin t/epostorp, Pcnj 11, 1864.
jf!tn f inriat.
TT s:-10240' BONDS.-- , These Bonds are
U •• issued under the Act of Coneress of March Bth,-
IfiB4. which provides that all Bonds issued under this
Act shalt be EXEMPT FROM TAXATION by or
under any state or municipal auttoritY, - ,BobrfFriP"
tions to these BondS are received in trnited States
notes or notes of National Banks, They'are TO BE
REDEEMED IN COIN, at theplessure of the Gov—
ernment, at any-period a'at tesi than to nor more.
• than. forty years from their, date, and.unti heir, - ro-..
del:option FIVE PER CENT; IN I 4 ER , , a *ill,
BE PAID - IX:COIN, on Bonds of riot etre one hun
died'dollars'annually and all tither, liono somi-ari
_nuallY..-. The interest is payable .on the first days of
]Starch ati'dSepteinfier-Imetteh:Year., '. -". , • ,
_-Satiscriberi wilt . ree eive - either Regtstered.-oi Con-
Pon Bends, as -they may Prefer. 'Reidstere4 Bonds
.are'reecired on the books of the , 14 S. Treasurer,
and can Vo transferiid only on. the owner's, order"
t'aup - on Beads Ire payable to oilier, and are more .
eomiealent for commercial uses
, . , • , . . , .
, , , ...- -
,s- EunSbribers . to tins loan will have the option of ha-'
;rink their,Rtiiitis draw intiiest from March Ist, by
payini - thdaociadintetest in coin-=(or in nited .
States ihites - ;or tire notes of National Batas- I.J adding
fifty Pe.coot. fOr pren*Eni,)or --receive them draw-
int iiitaf' affretmmibs Oritrtfort arid - deP 0-
sit. timio , irtricis are
:Ezerivt, Awn:. 2funicipal' or State Tozation 4
tl4lflfralue is s ir l icreased from 'one to, three por cent.
per annum, c:ebording ta. the rate oflax levies in
varibus parts of the
At the precent,idte'of premium on gold theY-PaY
OVE& EitilElT PER CENT. INTEREST
fri 3 Oirre'nsyyl Of equal convenietic f er per- ,
It e ,isiielteiied that no securities 'ofpv.l; great ilk
ducioictits4londers as the'rriti6us desetljitioasof
U.S.itorcds.":ln all other forces the
faith and ability of stock -com
panies "or seininte communities only is pledged fou
payment; whHe•ror the: Letts asftktfilnited States :
the wliolo prlpert7.of thaixsuiitiy iskolden toisecure
tin peOteitt, 'of lcoLlqrineiple and fnlerest iu coin.
' These-BOnili maybe Sulbscrikedfor in.sums'frem
4,60 up to Ony magnitude, on ;`, te- and
up ihroe term!,
are gins Maxie eilnalliiivallahl;.toilie'smallest len
der. ind capitalist:,LTir t y -, c,a2 'be con=,
vested intfi Mone; aiiiiinnment, and the holder
will hainhe betinfit of thohiltercst. , -
It may !it- metal to state In thii.contieetien that
the total Piatided Debt of the tinted States on which
interest is'iinWile in gold, on the 3d day af . Marh.
1864, was $168,1)7 . 5,060. 'TheinteresVon' , ihis defit foi e
the coming fiscal ydaiciill be $4:5,'b37,126, while the
.enstonis:reti , nnue iri gold fOrtliliCa'rreni fis j cat year
end.ingVun; 80th, 1864, has been s`o fai'al:the rate
[of-o'ier $10006,000 per annum,
It willbe seen that even the present' gold rev
..., _ „
enties of thi?,Dnyeinnient are largely in excess of
'the nf the '74easnrY for thepayranntnfgold
interest; While the recent increase of the tariff will
don** raisethe anntiat receipts froni cnstoni - iim
the same arnOnnt," itiZo - rtatihns, to 5150,000,000
per annum. - . -
Instructions to the National Batiksrietieg as loan
agentswe re not issued from - the United States Treas
ury until March. 26, but in the first three weeks of
April the snbscriptions averaged more than TEN
MILLIONS A - WEEK.
Subscriptions will be received by Se -- .
Firkt National Bank of Philadelphia, Pa.
Second National Bank of Philadelphia, Pa.
Third National Bank of PhiladellAß•a, Pa.
AND BY ALL NATIONAL LANES '
which' are depositaribk of Public money, and all
RESPECTABLE BANES AND BANKERS
throughout tho country; (acting as agents of th e Na
tional Depository Banks.) will furnish farther infor
mation tin aiplimtion and. '
AFFORD EVERY 'FACILITY TO SUBSCRI
BERS. • [may4-2m
DIVIDEND. --The President and Man
agers pf the Chamhersburg Turnpike Road
Company hare this day declared a dividend of 2 per
cont. on the Capital, Stock of said Company, payable
,rao4-3t - R: McDOWELL. Treasurer.
BANK OF .CHAMBERSBURG, Mty
3c1,1864.—Thn Directors of the Dank of Cham
betibure. have this day declared a dividend of FIVE;
PEA CkaiT on , the Capital- Stock.ayable on du-•
?nand. [may 41 G'. It. MESSERSMITH Cashier. '
READY-PRICE 75 CENTS.
PEOPLE'S EDITION OF PARTON'S •
GENERAL BUTLER IN NBV-ORLEANS:
One volume - , octavo, paper: price 75 cents.
With the vieli of meeting: the extensive pormlari
demand for this remarkable book, this edition has
been prepared. The page and type are similar to
those of Harper's Magazine. Some of the less im
portant dacumen:s are omitted, and in some -in
stances the account has been. condensed, yet never
•so es to interfere with the interest or completeness
Unquestionably this book stands pre-eminent in
interest among all yet occasioned by the rebellion.
4.. ts subject and author combine to render it ta.sein
,Fifteen editions have been called for as fast
lass they could be printed. It has been most warmly
commended by the. _loyal press of - the country. and.
scarcely less so by a portion at least of the English
Tress. by whom it is acknowledged to be a complete
vindication ofG e rr. Butler from the malicious charges
Which envy and hatred have brought against him.
Lt 'contains an anecdotal sketch of Gem Butler's
brilliant and remarkable career at the bar of M assa
chusetht ; a history of the secret movements in the
Charleston convention: conversations between Gen.
Butler:end the leading•secersioniste at Washington
in December, 1860: the real plans of the traitors:,
Gen. Butler invited to join them ; his advice to Buena
;tan: his efforts in preparing Massachusetts for
mar; the celebratedmarch, via. Annapolis, to Wush
,ington : his night march to Baltimore : collision with
Gem_Seott; his course at Fortress Monroe: the hisr
tory of the contrabands,. his advice to theAchninis
trotion how to take Richmond ; the truth about the
battle of Great Bethel; the Hatteras Expedition;
the secret history of the New Orleans - .E.ipedition;
• the adventures of ,the Gen. in getting_ to Ship. ift
rc of succeeding events, with a large number of
'ally:lnteresting narratives and anecdotes never
oftlre published; the recallef Gen. Butler; and the
exPl i nnatiop given of it by the Government;- hie
Pait.settt opinions upon the great issues before us. ,
Edition in large type, crown, Syo.: cloth, 662 -Pa
gep. price $2.50. People's Edition. Bvo., paper, 75
•contS:-.German Edition sl.oo.—Sent by mail on-re
or s3i e by Meson & Helm% Boston, and • by all
~, I ttotiksisllers., Published by .alAaos BROTHERS, 7
Ale t Ts&trect, N. T. may4-3t
`KO A THOUSAND.—A Con
eCured.—Dß. H. JAMES, a Retired
Physician of great eminence discovered, while in
the Indies, a certain cure for Consumption, Asthma.
, 13squenita.v.:Covighs, Colds and General Debility.
!f hfllue repagdy,was eiscovered by him when his only
oild'dsiugliter;',lvas given *up to die. His child
iSteitteied ~.ejtd pqw alive and well, Desirous of
enentitig hisTellow mortali t he will send to those
Ho~iijsltzt trite MaiDe, containing fulldirections for
maltlng,and ,snee,essfally usin'g, this remedy,lres,
on receipt of thlizenhmes, with two stamps to psY
, ines4heter.l4,no4.n single case of Consomp-
Hop„ t does ' not ta once take hold of, and
kellsßipn . 'J./NT 23weitte 4 peevishness, irritation
log,thttAergeß, ilnroof memory, difficult eXPeeler
iluetetalPluilgs, sore throat, chilly
'AlitttanrEattita at the stomach t inaction of the
Vi i iasting away of the muscles.
&writer will please state the name of the ,
paper they seen this advertisprneht ;o. Address
CRADDOCK & CO.
mar'4-Ir9 MNorth 2d int.. Philadelphia, Pa:
=erg . 3 110 "ancp' (61344;
A PRIL '
- • . _.
E S T-E-11 & B R'o.*
r , iipt r iaf Vicar
SPiti NG g OF'GOODS
Oursisortment is now consptetff ( and Wecan offer to
our friends-asAierfolsome os assortment of
SS • G
0 0 15 /3"
, ( .. 1 1 11 ' be,fo . lryl this iide pfAiladelphia:' We have
' ,• -
Prints at 2,:'25 and IS
- • -
- Si* nndWoolplutlllea,
- Printed Challiea. '
- Shepherd Plaida:'
' 7 - 4_ Wide and Narrow Check.
Black Bilks, Naney:Silks, in gray varietr
Phsin Black Grenadines, doable arid twisted. ;
Fotbioidered Grerradincolouble t tivisted.
BAL • br R - S
13elirtorals'erd Skeletons all Pricee.
&Olt ET S !
All sius and best u
I G 6
Black Silk Trimming Lace.
-."-- Black-Silk Barb-Lace,
Embroidered, Hem Stich,
Mourning and_Eiribroidered in ecpora
Alexander's celebrated Kid Gloret,
- _ !ilk, Liste - Thseaci. Cottoit, &c
151 U-R - NI IN GOODS
'We have now a fieperit§ Apartment for Mourning
Goods, and our stock is complete
. ' err. parlaceler. •
sad p.< Ali-Wool De Laines,
Cobnrga, Csialita,r, in 7 • -
silk and Wool ChnMee,
Long Crape liePl3, from td $7.00
, - ' • -'
- Crain! Pa . ,10: Tucked,
_ , Crape-Falls Twilled.
CARPETS . ! XARPETS!! CARPETS!!!
Car'peta from 45 c e nts
1 at q Carpets. r,
, Carpets„ r
Three 7 Ply t'arpetz,
MATL_TING , ."
White and Cheek'edMattiag. y.ll and 114,
- . • • Cocoa Matting
QUE - EiTSVARE'
QueensWarein sets or by the pieao. We arelsie.
: pared to fill orders for any Quantity of ,
COMMON AND WHITDDRAIIITEIWARE:,
Our - stock is complete in: ivory line, and if our
jrieildsysMat good bariains, all we have
_to say la that this is - the place
• to secure them. , '"
stir. cazi . f roon, before the rush begin*. -
- - EYSTERA
ap6] • ilteal Street. Chumbefeburg, Pa.
. U' A R C I T Y
_N. E. ainims O *,,__VE*l4.ND GERSTEN" STEENTa.
. t:INDE3 THE MANAGEMENT OP
L. PAIR RAisTiKS, A. M., -
for the last four years Principal and Chief Business
Manageref I,tryant L- Stratten's Co mereial College.
A MOD= IlitSiliESS C' LLEillt, .
Conducted On a- ner system • of- Agteal Business
Training, through the establishes nt, of legitimate
Officers end Counting" - Aduse, -rep enting different
departments Of Trade and Comm ree, and a ileitilar
Bank of Deposit and ISioYe; -giving the student all .
the advantages of Acted ppictieci, smcl Aquiilitving
himin the shortest possible time and'lnostect:ivP
.manner for the various,, duties and employments, of
husiness life. " -
The course Of instruction - in - the 'Moore tictil - De-,
partment eminacesilootb-Keepill, Commercial
culalions,Lecturea on Business Affairs, PenvtatiqiiP,
Co2Pmereia;,Laws. Forms, Correspondence, dc. In
- T4EP.USTIsiESS DEPARTMENT
tbe student enters upon the •Graduating, Coarse,
Which includes' a continuation in the above Studies,
With their Practical Application in all theifilgtails.
13e will in turn fill the position of Acconutartt and
proprietor ia the yarious departments of iTholesale.
'and Retail Trade, ForMarding, Jobbing, and Om.,
- mission Busineis, Banking, 3fantifaciuring, marin g .
Skamboating;'&c., and teal-finally act as Cashier,
Book-Keepe:r and Teller sn the Bank, in each of
which positions his previous knowled,^e will be put'
to the fullest practical test. .._
This Tristitiftion offers . to young nien numeroussad
-vantagei not possessed .by any other Commercial
College in the State.. It is complete in all its ap
pointments.' -It is the only Institution in the-State
conducted on actual brudneis principles: The coarse
of instrintion is unsurpassed, andmay lie comPleted
in, about ode-half the time usually spent' in I other,
institutions, in consequence of an entirely nqsv
ningement, and the adoption of the new practical'
Diplomas awarded upon the completion . of the
CoinmerciatCourse, which 'embraces all except the
higher 'sets of d Banking, 3fanajacturing, Raitryact
ina, 6.:c. Send for a - circular. • deC2:IY.
OgA BEAS U R ACADEMY.
REFITTED AND REORGANIZED, -
Will commence a netv quarter on Thursday, April 2L
Large additions have been made to its already ex
tensive apparatus, ti . full'and efficient 'corps of tea
chers has been employed, add no pains ,or expense
spared lo render it one of the first institutions of
learning in the country. • ' •
Particular attention paid to Teachers anti 'Youftg,
men preparing for College.
' 'lt is' desirable that Students enter at thq bem.
menceraent of the quarter, but they may enter at
any time, and they will be charged only from date of
. entrance. Terms per quarter from s3to-V3.. A-de
duction of IA from the bills of Clergymen. Send for
_ FACULTY. , -
J. R. IriNPIgT, A. B:, 'Greek, (Gorman
and Natural Sciences.
A. OVERFIRLD.A. 8., Latin and Higher Mathenut-
A. M. TRiIIIIER; Commercial Department. ,
- Miss H. H. PRREZINS, Preceptress,
Painting and French. •
MissSeltea A. FLORY, Primary Dog Pencilling,
MUSie. [Cbamb'g, Jan.. 27; !ill. • •
(I . HAMBERSI3IJRG SEMIN -Y . '
FOR 'YOUNG LADIES.—The Spring Session
will commence orr Tuesday, Feb. 9th, 1864, butboar
ders can enter at anytime, and will be charged, an ,
cordingly. A large attendance, both in thepnmary
and academical departments gives evidehee of no
interest in the school not surpassed. in any.former
period. Miss S. H. Curtis, assistant in the higher de
partment bears testimonials of her eminettt fitness
to instruct in the higher branches, from a, Seminary,
in the".-Wost, where she taught for several Yerfrs.—
The Pritmxrv - Department is chiefly tinder the care
of Mrs.'o. Xvioxei t the. , effects of whose .energy
and efficiency appear in the flourishino condition of
the department. BEES Z. C. DoForest is well knoWri
as an-able and experienced teacher of music.
TUITION,—From $ to $l5 per • session' of five
months. 'Boarding, M.
TEACHERS FURNISHED.Sehoets and feral-.
lies in need of teachers can- hear of youitgladiei
qualified. chiefly graduates of the Institution,,,
by . addressing
Rev. DERRY-REEVE'S, Principal,::
ChO .oo l l .Thrf..
. -_ , ..1. v!,
Anitatu)ttal.: : it., N.. e , - 4.- r.,1 --
~,,•,,,, :„ 7 , ....., 1,, ,, ,,, :
Matrijeo and► 3einetqw.
AIJ G-- H NBA 'G: IP
.124 • CLOCK, WATCH AND ' • •
MAIN ST., NEXT THE POST OFFICE •
U ••„ HAMBLIISTLItt6, 7 PA. ' -
The'underSigpcd would respectfully call attention
to his present stock, consisting of -
WATCHES, -• '
cola and Silver, of American and European man--
ufacture, of all qualities and style-4, and
at the_lowestprices. - i •
C L 0-C K S
In . great variety. Parlor, Mantel, Office, &c.
The newsstand most desirable styles ofOrtylx, Cori&
• and Pearl; Gold Chains, Bracelets Fitiger - -
Rings, Gold Thimbles, SleeveTrot- tons.Necklacco,Armlets„Mri- ' • -
. - sonic and Odd Fellows'lireast - Pins t
MOURNING AND JET ,JEWELItY:
A splendid stock and newest - styles,. • '
SILK ER AND PLATED WARE. , • .
Consisting of Tea Sets, Castors, Mugs. 'Spoons,
GOLD TENS, -
From the best and most celebratedrinuiufictories:
• t FANC Y• GO,O - ErS. '
A very large and attractive stock. ,
CUTLERY AND POCKET- KNIVES.
Rodger's superior Pen Knives, of different ouraf-,
. ties and prices. , •
GOLD, SILVER, AND STEEL SPECTACLES.
The long experience of the undersigned in the. se
lection and adaptation of Glasses ena
bles him to snit any sight.-
At no time have the people of this connty had a
more attractive and extensive stock to select frdril
than is-now-presented at the establishment of the
undersigned. Every article is new and of the latest
style, and will be snld at the very lovieit price:. An
examination is solicited before purchasing elser ,
REPAIRING done at the shortest notice bytortt,
se23. 2d door South of Post Office, Chamb'g, ,, -
MARE A CHANCE IN THE 6HEAT
I. GIFT . DLSTRIDUTION of Gold Word;
mond Rings and El (wont Jewelry - Worth $300,000:
W,0 . 01), HOYT A' CO..
JEwkisks, 750 Broadway; New York.
CERTIFICATES , . namin>• each• articlis and its;
tadue ere plaecd- in SEALED ENVELOPES, End'
well mixed. One of these envelopes twill; be deliv
ered at our office, or sent by mail to anY address;
without regard to choice eeeipt of 25 cents.
Wd will. by m. ,to an ddressalie article
that the purdhat — ccriaay draw, for ONE r,or;LAR.
'or toiti_exchanor for tow other article on our list, 'of
the same value us the article drawn.
You MAY get a: WATCH or - DIAMOND RING,
You MUST get the y A 1,1114 of your money.
Entire .satisfaetion guit.ranteed in all tasea, , tind
the price wilt be immediately refunded to any Par-.
ty dLasatisfied 'with the article kv'e send. ' '
Five certificates for SI ; eleven for s2;,tbirtytor
$5, AGENTS WANTED. Send a stamp for Cir
cular. Address WOOD, .110YT..k CO -- -
ap20 7 4.0 'Box 3208, Pot -Office; New-York.'
ejC - .IIA. It L E , l 7 Tt•
(Stfiveßgor to Stauifir • 1 ,
No. 622 MARKET ST:, PHILADELPHIA..
'Dealer in Fine Gold and Silver 'WATCHES; Fine
GoId4ZWELRY: Solid SILVER-WARE and the
assT 31AKE, of SILVER PLATED-WAah: Con
stantly on hand a large assortment f. the_ above
goods at loio prices. '' •
Watches and Tine; Clocks Ruivango,hy skillful
workmen also t Jewelry' repairing; Engravingnnd
all kinds of Hair-work .to order, at. shortpotrce.
IM4-. Don't forgot the 'OLD STAND, No; 622 Mszkee
St., Philad'a. "rap2o.3tri7 - 45.& F. ,
ENRY ,HAIWER, ;•epi 520 A ' cEt ST.;
Manufacturer and poslek
- FINE JEWELRY,3
SOLID SILVER WARE 'end-
ROGER'S SUPERIOR PLATED WARE,. 3
Air - All kinds of Silver Ware inado,oro the proni
geg. .Watch - Repairing carefullydone. (roar 23-314
A R 71111 R. H. B A N 1): 0 L - S
MANUFACTURE ROSMVOOD AND
'• GILT ASI - 0111,-DINGS,
, of eveq/deseription., - • ?
Con. F THIRD CALOITILT; Bra., rams ! .
zOrderri to the larest ettent_p_romptirexeOuted.:..
Orders filled by S. b. SHRYOUS, Obazoborqb4, Pa.
's'k4o,g UTNE' MEN,-
wmnrro and Smite Remy
t, i(ltiVriog§,---egfOLBRO N D FLUID EX
for, Dietises of the Trader. 'Kidneys, Gravel and
Thu Medicine increases the power of Digestion,
antezeitee the Absorbents into healthy action, hay
which theWotery or commas depositions and. all
Unnaturiit Eularg6rnent4 ard * *l 4agati, as toll at
Pain V i dintlamtnatiort:- "'
-11 ELEIHOLD'S' E.XTRACT - 13UCHW
For Wealtnessesali j sing from Eicemes, Habits of
Dissifintiorrt E arlY4nascretioa Pr A.Ol. p,attenAed
with the foltowing sytamoins :' -
lildhaposition to Exertion. 'ho'si wooer.
Lo s s of Memory, DinicultY of Breathing ,
Weak Nerves, Trembling,.
Horror of Disease; - Wakefulness,
Dimness of Vision. - Pain in the Back.
life [regal - Lassitude of the Al 118 c ow system, -,ea
. Rot Rand • ; •
_Flushing of thaltett•
Dryness of the,Skin. 41• hroptions en thaTace.
Countenan ce , , • t
Thesumptitems. if.allowed to goon, 'which this
medicine( livvatinhlY.removes,soon follows
Impotency., Rattily:and Epileptic Fits
in one of which the Patient may expire.
Who can say i.h lath ey are not frequently folio mind
hy , those "'Direful Diseasso."'
"IN - SANITY AND CONSUMPTION.",
.• Many are aware ,of the cause of their suffering,
bat none Will eenfest. • -
THE RECORDS OF THE INSANE ASXLIDIPs.
and Metanchbbineelairbys - 001181iMpti o n, 'beat
ple~sitneastatheTrntb ofthe aseertion. •-t
;The Constitution once offectertloith Organic Weak:
- itessLrek,uniiilliii• aid at Medicine to Strengthen
and Invagoratethe system. - - • • •
Which .lIELMEOLD'S EXTRACT BITCHU
btiriubly ilea, -A-Trial it ill convince the moat
naing Affections Pectdiar to Fen:aloe THE MICH, t is unequaled by any other remedy.
as in Chlorosis or Retention, Irregularity, Painful
ness, br Suppression of Customary Evacuation&
:Ulcerated or Soirrhonsftate of the Irtems,Leueor
heabr Whites, Sterility, and for all com Plaints in
oident to thexet, whether arisingfrom Indittiretion,
Habits of Dis.sipation, or in the
DECLINE OR CHANGE Or LIFE. - -
.Take,nornote:BattOnt; Mercury or ung/easems me
dicines for unplcoennt mid dangerous diseases. .
HELMBOLVS Eit'THACT BUCRU ANti
- - PROVED-ROSE WASH.
CURES SECRET DISEASE;,
In all their stages,-At little expense, -
Little or no change diet; 'No inconvenicnet.
• -- , And ao.,Crposurc, - •• • •
It causes a frequent desire and gives 'strength -to
'urinate; thereby Rx3mOving Obstructions...Prevent
itlfr,4l4 Curing Strictures of the Urethra, allaying
Pain 'and Inflammation, so frequent in this class of
- diseases, and expelling all Iburondua,-Diserfsertand
wornout matter. - -
Thousands upoer TAlT:sands' wh hive been-the
=Victims of Quacks, and -who have paid , iteempl•teg
to be cured in a short tim 0. have found th .9 were do ,
ceived, and that the POISON has, by the use of
powerful tutringents, been dried up in the system,
to breakout in an aggravated form, and PERHAPS
AFTER - MARRIAGE.: -
. Use lielmbold's Extract linehu for all affections
- arid diseasesbf the 'URINARY ORGANS; whoth
, er existing . ip MALE or FEMALE, from whatevil
cause orinating, and no matter of lIOW LONG
Diseases of these Organs require the ald•of a. 11)I
-IIRETIC. lIELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCIIU is
• THE GREA.T . D.T.URETTC, and is, certain:to hams
the desired effect in all diseases foci whickit is- rea
ommended. ; • " •
:.Evicience . at the most reliable and.:resnonlible chb
meter will actompans•. the medicine. -
PRICE $l.OO PER•DOTTLD, DR SIX VOR $5.00.
Delivered- to any-address, securely 'packed: from
Describe Symptoing oa rill Communications.
CURES .GDARANTEEEI ADVICE HEAT'S!
Address letters for information to '
" • - lIELMI3OLD, Chemist
104 Ste. bel. Chestnut : Than.
.biEtAn3oLn's Medical Depot. .
EELMBOLD'S 'Drug:and Chemical Wirehonsiiii.
.594 BROADWAY-. E 'Y.
. : BEWARE CfIitETEREEITS AND
PRINCIPLED DEALERS who endeavCr to dis
pose of-their own and. other articles on the reputp,-
tion attained by -
Reictibold's - Gelimine Preparations., •
- . Extract Bnchn.
' • Sarsaparilla.
ALL' DRITEGISTB' EVERYWHERE.
K _FOR HELMBOLIPS.,•TAKE NOJOTHEi .
ent out the . ndvertisemernt , and send for it. •
AND-AVOID IMPOgTIPN • AND ExVoty
~ U S.
.2:1" A.T T E
'SiTp 11A Cir -I. IS I T
ware , anki lovreifi4T " iitiic,Qorrctqil;q;#4l,Alterr.
ative, of wonderful egfeeey in i:47easisaf the
:STOMACH LIVER- AND BOWELS
Oraplaint, Headache, Goa
-1 oral:Debility. ..Werirobsness, Dcpressiou of
• •:. cramps, sim934s, •
and all cotarddlnts of either Sex ari-,
rent La the system, or produced by speClal causes.
Notbifig,that isnotlybolesome. genial and restor
ative in its natUre enters, into the composition of
ROSTETTER'S,STOMACH BITTER:_ This Po
- War aciiiration contairisUir mineral of any Aire,
no deadly botanical - element; no 0- cry excitant, but.
,is combination, ell tlio - oNtrac.o of raro..b . alsamio
. herbs o.nd-plantsivi . tia tbo purest and mildest, of
_ 4 ,
It is well to be forearnied 'nksinst disetise, and, ere
'far as the human si•stein can be protected by humsa
means, against maladies ettizen closed by an u awbole
;some atmosphere, ircpurewater, and other Nate:nal
causes. HOSTETTEIt'S BITTERS may' be rebed
on taieafeguard. -
infeeted•4iflrPEVEß AND' ASTIR
it has been found infallible as a preventive, and ir
-rtsli4ible as krelnedY ated-,abousands•,who retort
b it under agpraht:n6on of an attack, :escape no:
aid 014; .nds` Om neglect tO.aliail them
selVes of its Piatedtive tjiiulities in advance, are
eared' by a very brief detirse•of this marvellonsme
dicint. Paver and Ape:patients after being Plied
for months with quinine-in vain, until fairly saturn
nith that dangerpui alkaloid, are not nnfro
'anent I): festered fo tiehlth iaithin a RiVida3is by ass
'tie of 110STETTER'S ;BITTERS.' - - •
• _TbeAveak stonSach ni•rapjdly Invigorated and the
appetite restored by thi,i-agr4able Tonic, and hence
4. storks wonders in easea'. of Dyspepsia and
les§ confirmed fci'rms t tof INPIGESTION. Acting
as 3 gentiti and painless aperient, as welt as apes
Abe liver; it also-invariably-relieves the CONSTI PA -
T-lAN superiaduoedbyirtegalar adieu...of tbe di
. gestiye and Secretive prfaal.!:-. , -
..Pensons of feet 4 to NERVOUS AT-
TACKS, LOVNtSS OF SPIRITS; arid FITS OF
• lANGEORi find pli lnpt attd permanetitselief from
the, Bitters, •The:testimnay tbsis point it swoo
+conclusive and frog; beth•seans. • -
The agony. of 'BILIO#S COLIC is inatnediateby
assutigedliWaeingin crosii%?An stimulant, and by
c;c4sionally, iesoft:'ng fa; it; of the
return of he eons
ilaint Mai nroit,fittill••
As a General Iriinii'lleSTETTEß'S IlriTtsflft
•Piodueti etreetti4lifeltlnfisit lis e.inerionetid or wit
messed beforpther eart.ladfullY.aPpreciateti. In ea
ses of CONSTITIITIOPTAL MEAENESS, PREId ,
ATUBE, DECAY and -DEBILITY and DECREP.7
ITUDE arising froM Ott` AGp:,. it itemises the
• in thittnivideseretit'stag&'diseases it oper
ides a: , it delightful: iiivigoilett`, trhimitho powers
•of nature arorela.ted it t omstes to re-inf'rce and
, Last, - but not lelpit; it IS SHE .ONLY,SA FE Erl -
.3;IIXINT, being ininiitfacinied froin Sound and
innoettoneeinteriali,'asittinfirelitreifiiiin the arid
elements PretientinfireTnisleiii in all the ordinary
tonics and stotnachietfortlii.deiY.:
• No-faMilYrnietlicineltas4gget sty oniversani, and.
it ruayAKroy, a dd e d l dw A rvpßppipulsx with the
intelligent portion of the commult,tiY, Au. Mt
- TER , ITTE
'C Piepifed , W , PIE! GI
5- .'r ,531, 411
SOld 4 46r...1142i - 1;a, Ilfro'aii and