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ROOFUNGare durable than Tini J:
ROOFING: at half that est of Tin.
ROOFING ferStneo or FlatitOof.
- - }LEA..DY ROOI 1 ! .`!1.,%
. VOR: ,ELOUAER
' _s__Fotreiltrfle -
FOR - t-A - R.Ts.
FOIL ALL BUILDINGS! , • • "
Ttlits Roofing is made of the Imaxicst woven fab
d ever coed for the purpoSel---141anufacturcdsolelY
t-by•oursel y es and scoured by,Vatent. - •
oP in rolls apd lthiPPell to all parts of the
- 'aonntry, and usaally tor sale by hardware merch
ants and builders.
Lean he applied by any,commen workman.
I , li - a also manufacture,
LIQUiD GOTTA PRRCIIA CE - m.gwr. •
•• vou. ICEPSTRING .
- L I.IANY TIN R00F5.,. ;
. .daBAPFIIt THAN OIL PAINT.
lIBAVIEIt BODY THAN OIL PAINT. •
.14.0101 111113,ABLD THAN OIL PAINT.
It forms liljerntanently adhesive, elastic coating
4 , er. the whole surface of the tin. filling avail' the
RUST HOLES, •
And oftenlo.lving the expense of a new roo£
GUTTA PERCIIA. CEMEN?
is mmecially adapted to repairing , •
AiiY SIIINGLE ROaF&;
. ' SKYLIGHTS. •
Sc„ &t.. &c.. :e.
isathidlc. ten:minas compound, applied with
*trowel or similar instrument. and - tioes not dry up
and crack, [l9 do all otller articles used for this par=
CIRCULARS AND SAMPT,F.S,
Of the Ready "Roofing sent by trail when desired,
Liberal arrangements made with Agents,. • • •
-73 Maiden Lane, New York.
11PPLATAINIORE LOCK HOSPITAL.—
DR. JOHNSTON, the founderof this Celebrat
+ld Institution, offers the most certain. speedy, and
only 'effectual remedy in the world for Gleots,
Sores. Seininal Weakness, Pain in the' Loins, Con
stitutional Debility Imp W
otence, eakness of the'
Hack and Limbs, Affections of - the:Kidneys, Palpi
tation of the Heart, Dyspepsia. Nervous Irritabili
ty. Diseases of the Head, Throat, Nose or Skin;
and all those serious and. - melaneholyrdisorders ari
sing from the destructive habits of Youth, which
destroy both body and mind. These secret and soli
-SelrY practices are more fatal to' their victims than
the song of the Syrens to _the mariner Ulyssus,
• 'blighting their most brillianthopes, or acticipations
zenderingms.rriage, &c., impossible.
YOUNG' MEN, '
Young Men especially, who have become the vic
tims of nolitary Vice, that dreadful and destructive
habit which annually sweeps . to an untimely grave
_thousands of young men of• the most exalted talent
arid brilliant intellect, who might otherwise have
ittilinced listening Senatesavith the thunders of
, 'eloquence or waked to testacy the living lyre; may
'sail with full confidence.
Married persons, or young men contemplating
marriage, being aware of physical weakness, organ
in debility, deformities, &e., should immediately
consult Dr. Johnston.
Ho who places himself tinder the care of Dr. Joh es
• ton may religiously confide in his honor as a gentle
'men, and confidently rely noon his skill as a physi
. elan. ORGANIC WEAKNESS!
CURED AND PULL VIGOR RESTORED.
This disease is the penalty most frequently paid by
those who have become the victiths of improper in
dulgences. Young persons are too apt-to commit
, e xcessee from not being aware of the dreadful conse
' queriees that may ensue. Now, who that understands
the subject will pretend to deny that the power of
Procreation is I.OA sooner by those falling into impro
per habit than by theprudent. Besides being depriv
• ed of the pleasure of healthy offspring, and the most
serious and destructive sympathy to mind antibody
arise. The system becomes deranged, the physical
. and mental powers weakened, nervous iebility, dys
pepsia, palpitation of the heart, indigestion, a west
ing of the frame, cough, symptoms of consumption.
Office 110.7, South Frederick Street,
seven doors from Baltimore street, Eastside, up the
steps. Be particular in observbsg the name and
number, or •scrivill mistake tbe,pl ace.
Sir- A CURE WARRANTED IN TWO DAYS.
No Mercury or Nauseous Drug,:
Member of the Royal College of Surgeons, London
graduate from one of the most eminent Colleges of
the United States, -and the greater part of whose
life has been spent in the hespipals of London, Paris
• Philadelphia and elsewhere, has effected some of
the most astonishing cures that were ever known.
f.eitiny troubled, with ringing in the head and ears
when asleep,great nervousness, being alarmed at
sudden sounds, and • baghfulnem.. with frequent
blushing, attended sometimes with derangement of
mind, were cured immediately.
A CERTAIN DISEASE!
When the misguided 'and imprudent votary of
,Measure find be has imbibed the geed of this pain
-till 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
spectability can alone befriend him, delaying till
the constitutional symptoms of this horrid disease
make their appearance, such as ulcerated sore
• throat, diseased nose, nocturnal pains in the head
and limbs, dimness of sight, deafness, nobs on the
shin, bones and. arms. blotches on the head, face
and extremities, progressing with frightful raPidi
- ty, till at last the ,palate of the mouth or the bones
_ of the nose fall in and the victim of this awful di
, cease becomes a horrid object of commisseration.
• till death puts a period to his dreadful - sufferings,
by sending him to "that bourne from whence no
traveller returns." To snob, therefore, Dr. Johns
- • ton pledges himself to prcee.rve the mast inviolable
secrecy; and from his-extensive practice in the first
Hospitals of Europe and America, ho can confident
,ly recommend a safe and speedy cure to the unfor
tunate victim of this horrid disease.
•. It is a melancholy fact that thousands fall victims
- 'to this horrid disease owing to the unskillfulness of
Agoorant pretenders who by use of that dreadful
poison, 'Mercury, ruin the constitution, and either
. send the unfortunateto an untimclygmve, or make
the residue of life miserable.
TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE!
Pr. J. addresses those who have injured them
- selges by private and improper indulgences.
These are some of the sad and melancholy effects
produced by early habits of youth, vizi—Weakness
of the Back and Limbs, Pains in the Head, Dimness
-,or Sight. Loss of Muscular Power Palpitation of
the Heart, Dyspepsia, Nervous Irritability, Der
angement of the Digesti I
ve Functions, General De
bility, Symptoms of Consumption, &e.
MENTALLY. the fearful effects on the mind are
much to be dreaded;, loss of Memory,-confusion of
Idnasr .Depression - of - Spirits.' Evil Forebodings.
-Aversion to Society,. Self-Distrust, Love of Soli
tude, Timidity, Ac., are some of the evil effects.
Tousands of persons of all aces 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
of the Organs is speedily cared, and full vigor res
Thousands Or the most nervous and debilitated,
who had feat all hope,. have boon immediately re
- tiered. Alt impedimenta to Marriage. Physical or
.. Mental Disqualification, Nervous IrritabilitY.
Trembling, Weakness'& Exhaustion of the most
'-fearffil kind, Speedily's:lured by. Dr. Johnston.
- • • • YOUNG MEN.'
who have injured themselves by a certain practice,
ti.; indulged in 'when alonig,-a habit frequently learned
from evitcompankins; or school, the effects are
nightly felt. even When asleep. and. if. not cured
render marriage impossible, and destroys bath mind
and body, should apply immediately.
What a pity _theta young man. the hope of his
ocrientrY, thedarling Of his patents, should be match
ed from ail prospects and enyoymients of llfe, by the
eoneuquence of deviating from thepath of nature,
and indulging. in a certain secret n9tejt, Stich per .'tone, beforertionteimg
'• • ' MARRIAGE
- should-reflect that Remand mind and body are the
must ; necessary , requisites to promote connubial
happmess. Indeetk 'without throe, the Journey
through • life bectoineS a weary pilgrimage, the Pros
' - • past hourly shirkers to the view; the mind becomes
shadowed with despair, and filled with the
°holy reflection, that the happiness of another be
' °asses blighted With ciur own.
elleltWE • A L , 43011 T R, FREDERICK STREET.
• - •
• •TO STRANGERS. • „
The Many thettands' mired at this Inst itution- in
`thelast mesa yeast: end thetrunerems important
fended Dperatioas performed by Dr. j., witnessed
y m e reporters of the Papers, and mach ethpr:per-
Non; minces of *blob have a.ppeared again and
therm before the POW. is to inmetent gorzateo to
afflicted. , .
N. It; ,There are ao allaY ignorintand worthless
gniteks'advertiiiita themselves as Physicians. rub:l
bw the. - letaltie of th e• abelair afflicted, Dr. Johns
ton deems it irehaallag te erg g i those.u.quainue
103 4 t244satior; by , =dun., haps in Lie
Sa ' ' •
c-,Teig tottOrs oioat bepost r a w.
"and' coptilin •Eibototti Amp for the. -reply or no
'oat. • • • ' (mariO-b.
TL I c
NA ELIVIOkS WHOLESALES AND
retails floods as low many 4obbing Itoap in
CIELWICKS SEEPS EVERY, ARTI
m ele. in the Grocery and Provision lino ; also
hundreds of other article not belonging to the Gra
eery hankies..., all of which he offers cheap.
-A.T GELWICIKS' CHEAP STOIZE r IS
1 - 1. the best piace to:go for preen and Black Taw.
AT GELWICKS' WHOLESALE AND
Retail Store you ran see the largest assortment
of sugars, Syrups anclillolames in town. - .
rt_E LW S WHOLESALES AND
..A Retails the best" Ifero.ene Oil for the least
money: also Sperm. Whale, Coal and Lubricating
PERSONS WISHilsiG. TO BUY TO
liaceo and Segura, either wholeFalo or retail.
will find a largecdoe4 and chola° krands at Gelwiclui'
tIOR GOOD. PURE, FRESH GROUND
and Unground Spice°. Baking Articles and
Baking Molasses, go to Qeiwick?.
aELWICKS HAS. THE LARGEST
N.A . stock of Mackerel, Hanut. 'Bacon and Salin
to place. atal,sells at low tigareL
ELWICKS BU Y S AND SELLS
‘. I Every denriptian of Goodt, Produce and Mar
keting. - _
CIELWICKS HAS JUST RECEIVED
1 , ....4 afresh supply of
Prime Cheese, Fresh Cracker -
Peprer Sauce, Tomato Catsup,
Pickles, - lilmtard,
Pepper, " Allspice, &c.
/A_'A T GELWICKS CAN SEE A
very large assortment of YOU.
Buckets, Cords, TwinenZaMlies, Shoe Blnelting,,ke
aELWICKS SELLS THE R ICANAMEa
Exeefsior Coffee at 20 cents per pound, the best
substitute for'Cotree in the market, and . ground Rio
Coffee . O.t. 25 cents per pound; also strictly pure Cider
Vinegar. - apl3-tf
epal; il.iimbef t &c.
GEO. A. DEITZ. I TENCH WI/OD - ELL
DEITZ & M'D OWE L L
HIGHEST PRICE -IN CASH,
IC Y E,
AL.W FINDS OP PRODUCE
•44 S.IXD3 OP
4 LUB:4II4R, -
, 'OR BILB,
CH.'EAP FOR CASH,
WAREHQUS' AND •COAL YARD,
Corn Meal, Potatoes, -
• Bacon., • Ciderd Vinegar,
Beans, Pepper Sauce,
;,i . . - ~: , Rlce,• , . . .Lard.Piokles,
. at BGYD'S Grocery Store.
NORTH CARLISLE STREET, - . , ....'
Ew , FIRM.—COAL ! dOAL! UM
BER ! 4IIMBERI—.4.EO. 1.}3-SRT de SOX'
having purchased the Coal and LumberYard'of Geo.
A. Peitm, will continue to carry on the tame busi-,
n e w, and wilralways taw° on hand a large sanely of
Lumber and Coal. - They ,willbe prepared le fill, all
orders at the Shortest notiee. They reapeellally so
licit the patronage of the late firm. tind 'the- public;
,generally, and nil. who may desire Coal and Limbei
to give them a call, feeling assured that' no means.
will bewared' to accommodate thine' on the most
reasonable tepps. , jam17.63-tf„, • •
'viiri: Q. HOPKINS.
_, JOHN H , ELVENNT.
TOIIN , C. 11 4 0 , PK1N5.,& CO.,
tj -IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
CHINA, GLASS AND QUEENSWABE,
No. 612 Afarket Street, Philadelphia,
P . m; further partlo4azit apply to S. S. SIIRYOCIC,
Ohlabusbarg. Pa. se23-Iy.
• " AND
ROCEREES NVIO L LEs-",
WOULD IMPfiCtFULtIi CALL TEL' ATTENTIOk or THE
citizens of Chaiabershuriand cieintW •
TO THE TARRIED AND EiTI4NSIVi AS
SORTMMENT - O$F 4' • - -
Fresh Fruit. . .
Ceactrivare,• • '
and a mineral Sleek of =
• - .Miscellanecius Articles,
Which theyrire .noir offering,• and constantly riiceiv
ing from New York, Philadelphia, and Baltimore,
at their Store Room.mililainstreet, opposite/10er
.I.T..elbert's Hardware Store.
It Is their intention to keep such an assortment as
the demands of this coramunity require. They have
the best facilities for the purchase of goods, on the 1
most advantageous terns, andhaving their own cars'
on the Road, and one of the firm beingultaostAon-,
slimly in the city; affoedWtheialivery" advarit4he
purchasing goods in, the shortest time, and at less'l
expense than usual, which enables the to sell , '
VERY LOW. FOR CASHI
- COFFEES AND
of all.gra.des, from the highest to the lowest price;
by the• barrel, souk or pound. ' •
' ' , SYRUPS AND-MOLASSES,- •
by the Hogshead, Barren or retail, for family use.
SUGAR CURED RAMS - 7 "" • "
COARSE AND , IINE SALT• ,• :
at "city wholesale prices:* -
would call especial attentiou-to country deid
erS and others, -. wislaiiik to purchase at wholesale
Irricts. as.We are
_prepared to sell exerythigg in the
Grocery line as cheap as can be purchased in the
Eastern cities. SHAFER. & STUART, Main St.
The highest price paid in cash for country . pro
dneci or taken in exchange fargoods.
It' T S,
OratigeS and Lemons
Seedless Raisins. ' •
Layer Raisins, ,
'Turkey Figs; • -'
Fruit, • • '
• Split •Pen.S,,
Sap Sago •
English ' "
expressly for family use,
Chow Chow Pickles,
Cauliflower . do •
Mixed • do
'Mace, Ginger, -
Non pariel Capees„
(or gale at , • SH
Onions, , •• •• - •
(Arising, ' - • - •
Pineapple P,res'ys, •
Paper-shelled" • Almonds,
Hard Shelled do
Filberts. • •
Pecan-Nuts:. ' •
o.Shellbarks. ' .
Sugar • "
Stove Polish, -
Brooms, - •
Candles, - • • - •
'Lead Pencils, ,
iCastile S.oap, •
Resin " • - •
Wrapping. Twine, _
_ • •
AYER, ,E,:• STUART'S,
lain Street, near queen._
THE GREAT AMERICAN. TEA COM
PANY; 51 VESEY ST/fEET, NEW YORK, since
its organization, has created a new. era in the histo
ry of Selling TEAS in this chnntry.
ALL our Teas are selected by a Professional Tea
taster, expressly and exclusively for us. and we ne
ver charge over Two Cents per pound above cost for
We have bat One „Price to every one for each
quality, and that price is always marked on each
sample ckage oar stole in plain figures. '
We issue a Monthly Price List of our 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 in the
inces, South America, and the West Indies. In this
list each kind is divided into. Fou- Misses or quali
ties, namely: Cargo, High Cargo, Fine and Finest,
that every one may understand from the descrip
tion and prices annexed that the Company are de
termined to undersell the whole tea trade.
We guarantee to sell all our Teasin original pack
ages at not over Two Cents a pound above ccait,lae
lieving this to be attractive to the many who have
heretofore been paying enormous profits. -
Our business is largely done on orders, which we
always execute as well and proMPtly as though the
buyer came hintself, giving true weights and tarts,
and always guaranteeing every thing; ourresponst
bility enabling us to do all We promise. Every dea
ler can order his Teas direct from the Cornpany, and
parties doing business within Five Hundred miles
of New -York, can return Teas bought of.us if they
are not cheaper than they can - buy elseivhere, and
the pUrchaser is dissatisfied with his bargain. within
'fourteen days, and have the - money refunded to
them. Those who are over Five Hondretimiletf can
have thirty days,and the same ,privileges extended
to them., •
Beqideti,these advantages the Company will pay
All Ripenses, both ways. if the Teas are returned.
GREAT AMERICAN TEA COMPANY,
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS.
febl7,3rn.' ' " 51 Vest+, St., New York.
- V-k3IILY'-GROCERY STORE.
- - rd.-.C. .0 - Y •
hexing purchased the Grocery Store of ThoinaS Met
calf, on Main Street, oppoSitO 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 - tt
which he is ptepaied to offer at the loriest cash pri
ces. His stock consists of
SUOARS, COFFEES AND TEAS,
of allgrogles;frOm the highest to' the lowest.
Nos. 1. 2 and 3 MACKEREL,'
' - BROWN AND WHITE SUGAR
SYRUPS AND MOLASSES.
"FRUIT, SPICES; '&c.,
such as Oranges and Lemons, Bunch Raisiyis, Seed
less Raisins, Prunes, Currants, Citrons, Figs: Wal
nut and Tomato Catsup. Chocolate, Mace, Ginger,
Nutmegs. Macaroni,. Mustard. and every article
usually found in a Grocery Store.
B E I . 1) M A 'lst ,
• W . HOLESALE GROCER AND
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 702 MARKET and 2N. ST,
Invites the attention of merchants to'his large and
well assorted stock of Sugars. Sy)mps. Teas and Cof
fees, all of which will be sold at the lowatt market
'rates. .Countiy - buyers and sellers will find it to
their advantage to give him a call.
Price currents containing all ithe varieties of the
market to be had of S. S..,SIIItYOCK. Chambers
-11—/ Buckets, : , • •
Hooks and _Eyes, and every article. usuullyfound in
a Variety 'Store et BOYD'S, ,
• • - Main Street, oPPosite Grore'sHotel.
MLL ANT 0 S ARTICLES.
3..T,1 Water Crackers,' Matches Stove Polish, Es
ionce of Coffee. Indigo, Starch, 'hoe Blacking, Sil
ver Sand, &c., for sale at BOYB'S Cheap Grocery.
.. - Kerosene Lamps, •
Kerosene Oil, nt
• fell. BOYD'S Grocery.
AMILY FLOUR, BUCKWHEAT
-snit CORN MEAL by the barrel or in small
imantities for sale at- SHAFER .5: STUART'S.
FRESH FISH AND OYSTERS RE
CEIVED every week at
SHAFER & STUART'S.
.1.300. K BINDER Y.-S. R. FISH
ER & CO'S Book Bindery is -on -the Third
Story of the "MESSENGER" OFFICE BUILD,-
INC!, on the Diamond, above ShrFock's Book Store.
Entrance between 'the Book Store and the Inland
Telegraph office. Old Books, Periodicals,
Newspapers, bonndjn any style . Blank Booko
Made to order. Paper ruled to any ps,ttern. jtB,Bi.
icbc .franklin ttepositorp, filap 11, 1864.
SHAFER & STUART
COACH AND SADDLERY
The subscriber raspeetfulliinfarnishia friends and
ihe . pnlifie, that he continues to cani' on thO' above
his'oli stand, on Alain Street, opposite
the cloisoait Retormed_Cbuith. • - •
; • CITAMBiIttpURG, - :
•: *Vitra , enlarged his busiew. Sepi&ers mug o:+aah
tankers will find in his Stoll Room a genera/ assort
ment nfiroodasoited to their severe/ requirednoets.
such as • . •
Fair and country Hopkins,
'" 'Patent LeatiVer, •'
• . Saddle Trees and (ii;
Gig Ti•eesil'nit Plated, Tinned.andJapanned Goat
Ear. Straining Web and Worsted Rain
;,Web, tower than 24tervi
!. CP4CII Handles: •
new,Etyles; Curt*, Frp4xtes:',l4pr...l3ailds_i;-Brpile
Fronts;,Rp7eatps,..§wivels and Orna-
epts; Iron tilcited-and;*
Wood Gig flam e s; "'''
j itusiNe t t pattnnns; 2.11 Wooden Mar=
tingal Rings,• Stump Joints, and a varie
' '§- 'of 6tlier''goodi‘stlit94=
• - " tde (a`r flint rade..! •• • • =t -
• "Atli RINDS OP ; PLATDIG, be.; .dcme
11 -' -
A D: A R 'E
• SMITH' & RICHARDSON. •
- ; - 611 'Market Street, Phila4elphia: -
J. inn,. SZillt: CHAS. RICHARDIION;
The:undersigned would respectfully call the at
tention of COUNTRY MERCHANTS-to 'their
large and well seledted stock of f•
' . •
Raving made' special arrangentent's for 'the Felt
Trade. wedatter ourselves we can offer indncemen ts
to purchasers that will fully_remtnierate the trouble
of examining our stock. We ask but a trial.te con
vince the Country Trade that we aro prepaed to
sell low andaccommodate: • • •
Our stock of Table and PopkeeCuttery is unusually
liirge, selected with care: and including a variety of
styles that cannot but suit all tastes..
INe have constantly; on hind a large assortinent, of
Building Hardware, -
- Files, Tool Boxes,
• Screws, and Nails
-every thing in short pertaining to a firstcYlsqlard
Particular attention paid to Conntry orders. It is
our aim to secure, the,con fi dence of our customers.
and to this end, we are particular in filling orders to
give the best, and as cheap as tlimigh the customers
were buying in person. Give' us a trial.'
REPEEENCES.—J. K. Seryoch, Esq., A. R. - McCluc,
L. B. Eyster, Chambersburg.
SMITH & RICifARDSIDN:
till Market St., Philadelphia,
STEW HARDWARE STORE:
.1. 1 4 L. B EYSTER
would respectfully inform his friends and the:pnblle .
generally, that in conneotinn with his
KEROSENE OIL AND - LAMP STORE,
he has commenced the HARDWARE knsiness.. nt
his new Store Room, one door North of Sol. Hu
ber's Groceryk His stock consists of the, following
Building Hardware, ,
House Famishing Goods, .
Tablaand Pocket Cutlery,
Mechanics' Tools, -
Nails by the small or keg, _
Farming Utensils, such
,ete., etc. '
Also, Glass, Paints. Benzole,
Linseed, Kerosene and Lubricating Oils,
Lapps of all daseriptions. •
- 4 Chandeliers for Gas and Kerosene,
Fruit Jars; best cnialits. etc.
Agent for the sale of EVANS r lc WATSON'S Fire
Proof Safe. . 511129,63 tf.
IT A R D W A R E.—The public are in
ix cited to call and examine our extensive stook
of Hardware,,..Cutlery, /tc. 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 Glawes.
Nails, Rasps, Farm Bells,
Steel, Hosts, . Springs, Axles,
Hocks, ' Glits?., • Boot Trees,
-Hinges, Chains,' - - Shoemaker:s Kit
Planes, Whips, • Saddler's Tools,
Anvils, Bolts, , " -Trimmings.
Vices, , Saws, - CotfinTrimmingt ,
Bellows,. - Brushes, , Grindstones, . i
Paints, names, , Cedar Ware,
Oils,-. • . Shovels., ,- - Blasting Powder
Turpentine, 'Rakes. . - Shut, Lejad.-
Hoes - - Spades, - ' Pocket iini'ee.
Call and examine ourStoek, Special inducements
offered for cash. f 021,63.1 BRAND 1e... FLACK.
UARDWARE AM) CUTLERY
W. W: gr . SON,. • -
Importers. and Dealer)! in
1111.11IRICAN, ENGLISH AND GERMAN
509-Cermmerce Street. Philadelphia.
Between 6th and 6th and Market and Arch Sta.
I ,V UNDERLICH & -NEAD.
FORWARDING .AND CORIIIRSION MERCHANTS,
North Second Street, opposite the Cumberland Vat
ley Railroad Depot, Chambersburg. Pa. , •
Cars run regularly to and from Philadelphia and
AGENTS.—Peacock, Zell & Hinchmem,'No. SOS
Market St.. Philadelphia.
Lykena Valley, Broken Egg and Nut COAL. (di
rect from the mules). ilkesbarre and Pine atone
FOUNDRY COAL. LUMBER SHIN fax,,s, SALT.
PLASTER and Hance& CEMENT kept constant-.
ly on hand. - FLOUR. GRAIN and PRODUCE of
all kinds purchased at the highest cash prices.
Sept-9.63. • . WtTNDERLICH NERD.
_LI FREIGHT THROUGH TO Ngw.lronk wirnoirr
TRANSHIPMENT. The undersigncdwould respectfallY
infortri the , public, that they tiro prepared to ship all
kinds of Produce, Merchandise.'ir.o.._from Cham
bers-burg and Greencastle to NOW .York without
transhipment, and deliver it at Now _York as quick
as it can be delivered in Philadelphia. •
• The attention of Millers and Sliippenr is respect
fully invited to this new arrangement. For further
information inquire - , -
DEITZ k MCDOVirgIAL, Agents,
feb 24-tf Chambersburg and Greencae.
THOS. L. Otttnapii:. ;TACO'S ZtLlAtit.
fIILLESPIE, ZELLER & CO.
N... 4 PRODUCE & PROVISION MERCHANTS.
AND WHOLESALE GROCERS.
North-West corner 1)f . Sixth and Idarket. Sts.: Phil.
adelphia. n018.63-tt. -
Dealers and Consumers of the aboveCelebraitte'
Wash Blue, will please take notice that . he Labels
are altered to read "INDIGO BLI113; -Pet up at
ALFRED? WLLTHERGER'S Drug Store, No. 231
North Second Street, Philadelphia." The quality
of this Blue - will We thesame in every respect.
It is warranted - to color more water than twice
the same quantity of Indigo.and to go much farther
than 'any other Wash Blue in the market. It-dia.
solves perfectlYclear, and does 'not settle on the
clothes as most of the, other makes -do One Box
diss'olved in a half Pint tif Water will make as good
a liquid bine ,as any that made, at eue - third,thes
Asitjaretailed at the same, pride tuttberrlniits
dons and inferiorarticles; housekeepers will find it•
very much-to their advantage to ask for that pat up
at VW ILTBE2GER'I3. -
• All Blue_ put up . aftei this- date with' Balitawq
name on it is aq imitation.
'Thanes, label deed not reqnire s damp'. Poilal'
by St.° l o,'g,ePMgelers ll3 .'• 1.07,8m,'
attomego at Rau.
JER. - '..0 0 - O_K.: ATTORKPX - A,T . , , LAW;
Chambers - burg. P. - Office in Mrs. Bard's Bitil4
dings, thready croposite;t'aet Court House; •- _
Having had official - Connection with the Provost
Man , thitrer•l3ffice, he- offer - a his services tolirafted
'men in the 16thCongrional District:blaming-ex
emption from Military service underlie law, or for
physical causes; ancLhopeo from - his esnerience and
strict attention 16 business to satisfy. those intrust
ing him with - their cases. Persons tram abroad can
receive advice an d bavetheir oasesztteprared by cor - -
respondence.. ,- • , • - 1 ' - i
Refercite6etin_bebaid to the Ward V° Merl
of the 16th District Son: tii: li./M. , Hon:
James NillMtambersharg,-and liott. ,M Pher
son. Clerk Rouse of; Representatives. - - jatt27.
HASTINGS d E iR, Attoniey kit Law
andG'inektitelainvAkient. -08'ice-.Market et
East of thn CottXtr'llanse."chalabarabargi Pa. His
long experience in_ Washington has .given
usual facilitieg forecotaingthdroughlY 'acquainted
witb:thelmpines.sn 'the, different DePortments. -W —.
Having resigned his position in 'thear Depart-
Mont. he-is! oirpreparbi. to attend -to -1111-bustes
entrusted to his care. Army and Navy Pensionre
Haunt* and•Arrearief Puy obtained for Soldiers, -
their Widows or Heirs. _ apei-tf
tliemselv, in tho practice of undersi tne e llawT the ° so c y th er e id
Courts of Franklin County. • Office on Market St..'
in tkie•roont heretofore occupied by T. E. Kennedy
- • • T. B. KENNEDY.:
T. J. NIEL. •
. F. S. STti)TifATTGIT. .lons Srzar
qTUMBAUGIi & STEWART, Arron
ligYS AT LAW, Chambersburg, Pa., give their
undivided - attention: td the iirattictiof their profes-
John Stewart, Agent tor procuring BonniY money,
Pensions, and Arreara.ge Pay..•
Office in the room lately occupied. by Hon. Wilson
itoilly: on Alaiket !Rivet, opposite the Court House.
5un17,63.,. ,•-. , • , :
8. STE,NaF f g, Arron
kA _• REVS ATItAW, Chambershiarg, 74. 'Cone°.
leetions promptly attended td. , S. Stenger, pis-
Wet Attorney,, and Agent for
'BonntyMdney, and ArreCroorPay: Office in Frank-'
.13nildierad door-from the corn en inn 17.63.
11731. EVERETT,,, ATTORNEY; At'
T - Lew. Office in, Mrs. Bai:d's dwelling, di
-reel& oppogiti the Court Elottie; Chambersburit. Pa.
Will prattice.in thesev,eral Courts of Franklin and.
Fulton Counties. 'All' legal business' entrusted to
his cue will receive prompt attention.,
- r M'DOWELL ' , SITARRE ATTORNEY
•J AT LAW, Chamberslyiarg.,l i a. 01E66 ' i Mrs
Bard's Buildings, directly opposite tlieCourttiouse.
ri 0. SEILHAMEA, Alnrcqua'f, Ar
‘3l. LA*, Chathbersb'uii, Pa. (Ace, Milin St.
abOve Queen, in' the room formerly occupied by S.
Reisher, EO'q. jun 1743.:,
LS. CLARK, ATTORNEY At . ' LAM,
. has removed his office a few doors-Bastef his
former location. on Market Street. South side.
CALVIN M. DUNCAN, ATTORNEY AT,
NJ L.W. Office on Market Street s in .Lawyer's
Row, opposite the Court House. jurr47.63.-
THOS:_ L. PLETCHER; Ationxty - AT
LAW, Cliambeisburgi Pa. Otßeeon BestMar
ketst.; nearly opposite the Court House. jan17.63.
A 'M'CLURE, A'TTCAIINEY .AxA
LAw, Chambersbnrg, Pa. Office , in thePrank
lin ilepository '• - 3un17.63.
WATSON ROWE, ATTORNEY AT
J.J • "LAw,, Greencastle, Pa. eep3d,63.
pension St - Bounit 2geticteo;
TOH X M. P' 0M E OY,
0' ARMY AND NAVY. AGENCY
No. 204_ SOUTH FOURTH STREET,
The Undersigned having resigned his pbsition as
Paymaster in the U.S. Apny, has epened at No. 204
South Fourth Steeet„ an AGENCY-FOIL-PROCU
RING PENSIONS, and for the collection.of
eery', Soldiers' and all other CLAIMS; against the
My long experience a's Paymaster has given inft
unasuarfacilities for becoming thoroughlY acquain-:
ted with this business in 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 bo given to the
eases at Washingted. - '
No charge unless successful, when sfi will be
charged for collecting smallsums undersSO4and $lO
on all sums over that amount and under $2OO. Lar
ger claims taken on special 'arrangement. -Pees in
Pension-cases as fixed by law; , „
INFoRMATIoN FOR AND INST'DUCTIONSf Tr
All Soldiers of the present war who have served
two years, and Soldiers discharked, for wounds re-:
ceived in battle, without reference to time of ser.:
vice, are entitled besides their regular pay, to sloo'
In case Soldiers or Seamen are dischai•ged for dis
ability or wounds received while in the service, they
are entitled to a Pension according to the disability.
In case of the death.- of the Soldier. before dis
charge, through disease contracted or.wounda re 7
.ceived while in service, his widow is entitled to re
ceive the $lOO bounty,pesides . arrearages of pay,
and pension during her lifetime or widowhood.
If the Soldier 'die. after- discharge, from ,disease
contracted or wounds received while in service...his
Tidow is entitled tea Pension of $915 per annum.
If no widow or minor children, the mother of the
Soldier or Seaman will receive-the Pension, if de- - '
pendent on him wholly or in part for support. •
If deceased Soldier or Seat:roan leaves ,no widow,
hie; 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 and
pay will descend to the laeinras followsi ' .
First to the-Father s second to the Mother third
to the Brothers and Sisters; and then tothe-Nextof
Discharged Soldiers whose clothing account was
unsettled at the time of discharge;•ean recovet'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 •
account, and forward it to me. with' your prelim - 1;
nary statement, giving also the data of your dis
Soldiers who served with the nine months' volun
teers can recover $27 bounty and premium, without
regard to time of service, if they have not already
Soldiera - who were prisoners iii the Sottth,
diers who were absent on sick furlough, are,enti,-
tled to commutation of rations. ' -
In communicating vrith.this officastate the nature
of you: claim fully, and give the Company and Re
giment to which you or the Soldier for- whom vott
claim belonged, as well as your present Post piace
,:titt:PREW (1, Convin, Governor of
PennsylVania.• ~„:• •
lion. SLSM Harrisburg. CAMERON, arrisburg. YR.
Hon. JOSEPH CASEY, Chief Justice of the Court of
Hon. E. H. Buoost, Chief Clerk Pay Department,
lion.• EDWARD MCPHERSON, M. C., Washington.
Hon. JAS. P. ETERRET. Pres't Judge, District Curti'
Pittsburg. - -
Hon. A. K. illeCLung, Chambersburg, Pa. -
Hon:Trios. A ..Scorr, Vice Pres't Pa. R. R. ,
Hon. W B. THOMAS, Collector of Port, Philaila.
Hon. C. A. Wkt.sons, Post Master, Philada. - •
Onnxist, &.Co.,' Bankers,Philadelphia.'
JAS. DUNLAP. P resident Union Bank, Philadelphia.
BULLITT & Attornics,
RIRORL, WRIST & Eaviw, Merchants, " • -
LUDWIG, KNERDLER & CO.; Merchants,
PRITOHEYP. BAUGH &Co ,
DAVID FAUST Sc CO., Merenants, • •
Then,ra - unv S. JANNRY A JR. & Co., Merchls z • -
thus ? E. Monoax do. Merchants, , • „ ,
Atwoory,•Wvarn* Co., merchants, • • " •
•40HN M. POMEROY,
- - N 0.4 South loottrth St
. CLAIM • AGENPY.—Pensions procurid • for`
soldiers of the present war who are disabled•hA t
reason of wounds received, or 'digests ctoritractizd.
while in the service of the United States,. and•Plm-t'
glom $lOO Bonfity,lind Arrearti'of - Pay obtained for
Widows or heirs of those-,who have died or been'
killed while in service. JOHN' R. ORR,: , !,
nutr9-Ixl. • Claim Agent,chanthersindtPre. •
JORRPII rant:" try: st. mono
, 'E' Y & M O Nj
'• • • -• CHAXIMESIITMG Pd. ; ; • -;
The undersigned. respectfully examinees to the
eitizem3 of Chambersburg and surrounding tonntryi
that they still continue the maoufacture seCON•f
FINS, and ate prepared to attendltdnerablitaent
and Country. .
Coffing bi fefah;Snalkelbeh. iti;l. l 6e4n 4 ' 4 '4
_orado Oder at the shorteetnotine, no.d;tagt.feak
onatte terms._ - •
- They &t alto maßtired .tO fugolsh th!
METALLIC corruis. •
Thep Titilliattend.lta the. s tagin l y sad of I.looeic
iyhiclewilltla _deco in a satisfactory manner.,=m'ember WatAßOteg old Stant' -
..3ner.,44 . t00 • _ TREY 4404..
P S' =I A'.
4,.:;•-AND- • P
DiS.EAOSION3IILTIai - 710* - :
I)ISORDEMS 0-1' THE LIVER
DIG - .Z.E'I'INE - -ORGA ,- _
SX,q I IrP !)/-
gOOnAlitrS - VEIMAic . I3ITTEIIB,
q4p.4,t . „siAperan - q - .Tomp-,,,
.14r_e R l /SL - Ai.o„'t
r . ! J - • . ;. i.lave-rgototestimony
• 11.00Et;IIIIYS pulakit
Have more reancetatqo pcopt!, to vonch..foqkintil
- : Tu n any other gtiele in the
We. deb AnY- (oEo4lgradietth.4 st-lert4°/.:040.
. 1•14144 ) 4.X .$ . 1,00 0 .
ono who will pTl4F,c,l4nettitlnafppillzl464l
by u,?, tnappollsenteme.
Will rare every mo o r
Chronic or Nervous Debility. Diseases of
boys, and Diseases m ac h . ord a "
Observe the folio — wing Smptoms, - re gr Ati n o g. fi.i i i a
Disorders of the Digestive Organs; '4' ,
Constipation. Inward -Pam - rallnesa ex gjoS O 4 t o
the Read.." Acidity Of the Stomachalansi*, -
• Heartburn; -Distrust for Food:tredf-••-•:-
-[ ness or Weight in the Stom
, • '
-tions.,Sinking • . 5 c .f .. ,
_ . . or Fluttering at this . '•• g
• .Pit of this Stomach . "
mini/ of this hergEsliurtifxl and
cult BreattlitiVFluttarbest the Heart.
Choking:or Suffocating SEtneatlons,whon in a Wait
posture. D'imn'ess Of 'Walesa:Dote - or - Webs
-Itt'-therHoall; iDellaidnrY , of ,;
', ' • nese et-the
• ' , Skin andX.m. Pain
in the Side. 'Back; Oheit. - ' - ''
tirabsilm.,,Badden Flashes of litittUr
Burning in the ries - h.:Constant - Liatigiti
iiiks, o r : Evil, - .4od:vreat ; Depresition
• IttllfEllDD.R.. that.this- Itit,terals 15,cyzAr
1191.1,C.,contnins no Rum or Whishey, and" 't
Make Drunttarda[butid;•o4. 3 BßST-TO-NIC•In this
World. -• • -•-•
'READ 'wilt"' SAYS SO •-)
Proro the Devi. tbsillaleolf,(Paator of• ihelnalstlat
OhurehzPomberton. N. l l formerly of Illet,iprtii
BaPtist Choral; •
s' I hate Ithriarrilleoffilid'sGeriniontifttere
faforably for'a ntunber i etreFS-, khavelluseatem
in my- wn family , and have been so - pleased ith
their effects tits:A was induced tek rpcomm cad:there
to many others. and knori thit they have elCitsted
in 3 strikmgly tbencalcial manner. litokoltreat
pleasure in 01_0 publiely rtreelairaing this fact, and
,calling the attenlidn orthost satiated with thl dis
eases for . they , are -reeetunendetl. kg- $ helm
Bitters. knowing from szperienee that mY meow
mendation mill be sustained: , -I.do thiemooteheer
fully as Hoofland's Bitters isintendedtO benefit the
athlete& and it — not a runt 4ritik.!' tr
Yours truly. ' LEVI .0. BECK
From Bev. J. Neviton 11'riktirri,IY. D.; Edifor -.Jr this
Znayelobedia of Religions Knowledge and Chris' -
tian Chronicle, PhiladelPlatu - • -
Although not dispdsed to'favoror reciirrinfead Pa
tent Medicines in_general, through distrust cAtheir
ingredients and effects , I Yet know ono sellicient
reasons why etnatilinty not testify-to the bellefile be
believes himself to bare received fromany simple
preparation, in the Mine; that lie May Mit gob trib
. ute to, tim benefit ofothers,
I 'do this the more readily' in regard to Iteitaanda
- .Gelman Bitten , . prellaread f liy Dr. C.,lll...Teukaon, el
this dity. because rwas prejndlaed egainsethein
monk years. , under - the:impresaiiiii that the.t were
chiefly an alcoholic mixture. ,I am indebted to my
friend,"Robert Shherriaket; Bet'," for the reniolial of
this prejudice by tixoper tests, and for en t e r .
merit! to try them. *ben sniffling' frem and
long contintickl The use of three °Mesa
these Bitters, atthe_ beginning_of the_ present year,
was followed by evident relief.'and restoration to a
degree of bodily and,giental vigor vshich I hid no 4
felt for six months beroiliatit hadalmbig eisPaired
ofreimining, l II therefore thank God and my, riend
,for directing me to the nsecif them. -
• 1 • . NEWTON ,BROOWN.
lliom the Bev. See: H. Reite r- aid. Pala& of - 14410th
4,Ptifft Chureb.- -* .
Dr. Jacksem kave been frequently
reipiested' to cObrii3etaikaaarnelvith clitimenilations
ordifferent kinds ier.Poeitiicioes, but.regardeng the
Pritoticeaa oat of my appropriate sphere; Ttrave in
all cases declined; bnt.ntitb a, clear proof in serious
,instanees, auclpartionlarly in myfamilY. of the nee
fulness bf Hoeffand'efiersonn Bitters; Mepart
foronce from my usual course . to .expressApy fall
conviction thatloi`Osaseal debifitfiroftlis initibrn and
, opecinity for Lister tkriFyi.42 . 44, to a4,0 - taii
wible preparation. Di ROMe mama it mayliiit: but
esually` i I dosibtAttet,it;witl be very .tru e ileial Crr
these who suffer from the above 4atise.
Your; cery respectfu ll y. J. -If: •HEINWARD.
- • : Eighth beloM goAttgLlStreet.EllitgelPhia.
• :' • „ tli'c
From Re*: Worth! Randolph,. Pastor lotilaptigre
, , Charoll..Gertnantown. Penne,. ,
Dr. C. M. Jackiiiir—Dear Sir: Renional caw:A
erie° enables'asettk sarthat I regard A/weer:nos
Hitters prepared by you as a mos t excellent medicine.
In Cities of severe dold'and general debility:! - have
1;m0:3.g - really beneft.tted ,by. the gsp of the - Bitters.
'aiid . donbt not theyirilfarodice Inatilakliiifeeta op
other*. B ats - • , • •
W` AItIi.HNHANDOLPH, Gernianioien, Pa.
From Tiirner. Pastor jof Redding M. R.
Althikoh; Philadelphia:: •
Dr,-dacksep,:rDear•Bir; Eiairing used your Gec
inanDitters my Tamil frequently! arnrepared
toga.? thane imsbaervof.:Ereal , Abelienre
that in most cases of general debility of e systole
it is the-Safest - teMedYnlll
;ham:is:ly knorleKe,___Yqnrs yes_peetfpy,
'" J. H: TllHNBR,7:46li.l9tniftreet.
e r_ - • „
**rem tbe Rev. 3:31. lay Ons. former' Petah* of the
Colinnbus(Ni.l.,:ltat Millorstosru.(P,dune.) Bap
• ' • Nair Rocrottur.-N. Y.
Dr. C. Ikt.laeupeon:—Dear Sir: I feel it a pleasure
thus, of , znya en ta bear tikifirairot to the
excellence of thn Cern:tan -Bittors. Some years shun
be'ng much afflietettivittalarepais,' f did thee;
with very,Ttlepeflei4 ,results. I .:hava ellen re
commended - theta tei - persens enfeeblid'hylhat tor
diseake..anChare heard from. them the
'most flattering testimonials as to their great...value.
In eakeanf general debility, I ballets Moth a touio
that oaratot brumrpassed.,. - , 4.14 , 4T0N6.
Froyither Rev. Themos Vinter.,Pestor -C; r-
Dr. Jnoksiiis ;;=-Driar girt rfeetit yonr es
ce u e ue preparationjEloodaud'a.taterman:Ditters, to
add nu testimony Willi deserved reputation it hog
out a i n aj :I tat ofo2ydrra.attimea.beflkdroubled
with greatdisorder Lamy head and nervous system,
was idvidoi• by 41:- 'Mend to tfts , bidfM of your
Uerman Bittgte ct did sew and have jegperieneed
great and triedpeeted relief" my health' has been
very ‘Tnatecially , heoefitted. t reonfideptist recom
mend thcattiole wheral meet Wittfoases kitailar is
my Mtn. and heti Wei coenred. by- irtonyjof their
good effeote... iteePentfullyoure.
• ; .TAVlNTER,BoabOrtnarh. Ps.
• From the neva: . liertaan, of the Ittiman Ete
z—liesforteso.9bigeh U# l , b.f. ~1 " 1 'Berk° 79 1 Pa '
, Dr. C. . Jaoksonieeted Sir have heft
tratibitiftwth - lhtgeeplia Aearl.73trotitraltars, sad
have slaver usettaezmedisme pat did„ ;pa as maei
'good as Haotlailareßitters: am Verpmuoh Jay
atoired ialealtbottler. hasps' takka AysibpAles.
Nodes with retied: .L TI.LnESOIAN.
• .P' , ll I Oles
Large SifilthOldisirgilMtbU t atp) $5 55
Cbt# Pat - BottlAullrdozeti 4di
o atttit'4V*o3 l / 3 0N." '
. , to ootteST, *AP, PEA !I fs W4, l) oP*
eshauld your noartotOcutgistoot hare the article.
3o not Pot birto*yofthe io Ur:kid* prevent",
bona hOtotioy be ottbrodin jto Alice, blot oend to as
1/Iwll r 104.1totie blyptoked i tw
o.loiVtte N 4Pi
4000, lANI AN
441 r 4 1,504 11 , 1 0 0
• . . _ _ • - 1 0 *.gurroaii,„
vticsALß Dram t„, iss. e t Zit a** in event
pop , Kre"63-To