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:iv ROOFING Ready to nnii d own .
ROOFING more durable than Tin.
• ,' • .1 13,00FING at half the cost of Tin.
ROOFING for Steep or Fiat Roof.
• FOR pACTORm.
FOR ALL BUILDINGS!
This uoofting is wade of the heaviest, woven fal3-
r - le - ever used for the pu ro „ e ._
by ourselves and secured . by Patent,
• 'Put in rolls and. chipper to all. parts of the
coantry.and usually for sale by ,hardware merch
'lt can be applied by ay common workman,itVo also manufacture, - LIQUID GOTTA. PERCHA CEMENT,
FOS R ETA !RINI";
D'EAKY TIN ROOFS.
-CARA•PER. THAN OIL PAINT,- • -
• • HEAVIER. BODY . TH PAINT.
MORE DURABLE THAN OIL PAINT.
ovforms a permanently adhesive, elastic coating
er the whole surface of the tin, filling up all the
. • . - RUST HOLES,.
And often saving tbe expense of a now root
• OUR COMPOUND
OUTT.A. PERCHA CEMENT
is especially adapted to repairing • ' °
LEAKY SHI HI NG MNIES.LE ROOFS,
This is a thick, tenacious compound, applied pith
strowel'or similar instrument, and does not dry up
and crack, as do all other articles"nsell for this pur
-pose. • •
CIRCULARS AND SAMPLES, .
Of the Ready Roofing sent by mail when desired.
.Libeini:arrargetrients made with Agents. • •
READY ROOFING CO.,
73 Maiden Lane, New York:
BALTINIOUE LOCK ,HOSPITAL.-
. DR. 'JOHNSTON, the founder of this Cel ebrat
td. Institution, offers the most.certain, speedy, and
only effectual remedy in the world for Gleets, Strue
titres,Seminal Weakiiess, Pain in the Loins, Con
stitutional Debility, Inapctenee. Weakness of the
Back and Limbs, Affections of the Kidneys, Palpi
tation of the Heart, Dyspepsbi, Nervous Irritabili
ty, Diseases of the Head, Throat, Nose or Skin;
anclan those serious and melancholy disorders ari-
sing from the destructive habits of Youth,- which
destroy both body and mind. These secret and soli
tary practices are more fatal to their victims than
he song of the Syrens to the mariner 'Ulyssus,
blighting their most brillianthopes, or acticipations
rendering marriage, &c., impossible,
YOUNG MEN, ' •
Young Men especially, who have become the vic
tims 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 full confidence. ,
- MARRIAGE! ,
• Married persons, or young men contemplating,
marriage, being aware of physical weakness, organs
debility; deformities, Ecc., should immediately
consult Dr. Johnston".
He who places himself under the care of• Dr. Johns
ton maY religiously confide in his honor as a gentle
man, and confidently rely upon his skill as a physi
cian. ORGANIC WEAKNESS!
(1431EDLATELY CURED AND , FULL VIGOR
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 notbeing aware of the dreadful cense
- quences that may ensue. Now, who that understands
'the subject will pretend to deny that the power of
Procreation is lost sooner by those fallinginto impro
: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
atise. The system becomes deranged, the physical
- and mental pow ere weakened,-nervous debility, dys
pepsia, pahritation of the heart, indigestion, a wast
ing of• the frame, cough, symptoms of consumption,
- • Office No. 7, South Frederick Street, •
'even doors from Haiti more street, East side, up the
steps. Be particular .in observing the name and
' number, oryeu will mistake the place. .
/tar A CURE 14 ARRANTED IN TWO DAYS.
• No . Mercury or Naueeoue Drags,
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 hi the hospi paLs of London, Paris
Philadelphia and elsewhere, has effected tome, of
the most astonishing cures that were ever known.
Many troubledwith,ringing in the head and ears
when asleep, great nervousness, being alarmed alt
sudden sounds. and bashfulness, with frequent
blushing, attended sometimes with derangement of
mind, 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 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.•tilLat last the palate of the mouth or the bones
of the nese fall in and the victim of this awful di
sense -becomes a horrid object of commisseratien,
till death puts a period to his dreadful sufferings,
by sending him to "that bourne from whence no
traveller returns." To such, therefore, Dr. Johns;
ton pledges himself to preserve the most inviolable
secrecy:- and from his extensive practice in' the first
Hospitals of Europe and,America, he can confident
ly recommend a safe and speedy cure to the unfor
tunate victim of this horrid disease.
It is a 'melancholy filet that thousands fall victims
to this horrid disease owing to the unskillfulness of
• egnorant pretenders who by use of that dreadful
poison (Mercury, ruin the constitution, and either
send the Unfortunate to an untimely grave, or make
the residue of life miserable.
' TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE!
Dr. J. addresses those who have injured them-
Belles - by private and improper indulgences.
These pre some of the sad and melancholy effects
produced by earls habits of youth, viz:—Weakness
of the Back and Limbs:Pains in the Head, Dimness
of - geght, Loss of Muscular Power. Palpitation. of
the, Heart, Dyspepsia, . Nervous Irritability, Der
angement of the Digestive Functions, General De
bility, SYnietems of Consumption, Sc.
MENTALLY', the fearful effects on the mind aro
much,to be dreaded; loss of Memory, confusion of
Depression of Spirits, Evil Forebodings,
Aversion to Society, Self-Distrust, Love of Soli
tulle. Timidity, &c., are some of the evil effects.
• Thouiands of persons of all aces can now judge
whit is the cause of their declining health, bossing
their vigor. 'becoming weak, pale, have singular ap
_ pearance about the eyes, cough: and symptoms of
bu.„JOHNSTON'S INVIGORATING -REMEDY
' FOR ORGANIC WEAKNESS:
By this great and important remedy,- Weakness
of the Organs is speedily cured, :mil full vigor res
Thoueands of the most nervous and debilitated.
who had lost all hope, have been immediately re
' All impediments to Marriage, Physical or
. Mental- Disqualification, Nervous Irritability,
Trembling, IV eakness or Exhaustion of the most
fearful hind, speedily'cured by Dr. Johnston.
YOUNG - MEN,
who have injured themselves - by a certain practice.
indulged in when alone—a habit frequently learned
from evil companions, or at School, the effects are
nightly felt, even when asleep. and if not cured
render marriago impossible, and destroys both Mind
and body, shouldapply immediately.
wh a t ; a pity that a young man, the hope of his
. country, the darling of his parents, - should be snatch
ed from all prospects and enjoyments of life, by the
- consequence of deviating from the mith of nature,
and indulging in a certain secret habit. Such per
•: SODS, before contemplating .
' • MARRIAGE
should reflect that a, sound mind and body are the i
most -necessary requisites to 'promote connubial
li tT AP,iness. Indeed, without these, the journey
ough life becomes a weary pilgrimage, the pros'
Poet hourly darkens to the view ;The mind becomes
, shadowed with despair, and filled with the melon
&oly reflection,that the happiness of another lib
comes blighted with our own. -
OFFICE No. 7 SOUTH'EREDERICK STREET,
it.amimer. • '
.• The many thousands mired at this Institution in
the last fifteen years ; and the numerous important
surgical Operations performed by Dr. J., witnessed
by the reportem of the papers, and many other per
sons, notices of which have appeared again and
again before the public, is a sufficient guarantee to
N. B. There are so many ignorant and worthless
quacks advertising themselves as Physicians. ruin
ing the health of the alroadv afflicted, Dr. Johns
ton deems it necessary tesay to those unacquainted
'mitt' his reputation, that his Diplomas hang in Jiffs
,M.Tax.s Norms—Alt letters must he post paid,
Acid contain n postage stamp for the reply. - or no
•Agki.wor wilt be ea.
N• o c
a.ELWICKS WHOLESALES AND
VI retails Goods is low as any Jobbing House in
11ELWICKS KEEPS EVERY ARTI
cle 'in the Grocery and Provision line ; also
hundreds of other article not belonging to the Gro
leery business, all of which he offers cheap, -
A, T GELWICKS' .CIIEAP STORE IS
...L3 the best place to go for green andllack Tem
AT GELWICKS' WHOLESALE AND
'Aetna Store you can see the largest assortment
of Sugars, Syrupsand Molasses in town.
a E S WHOLESALES AND
War Retails the best Kerosene Oil for the least
money ; also Sperm, Whale, Coal and Lubricating
IDERSOiVS WISHING TO •BUY TO
bacco and Segars, either wholesale or retail.
will find a large stock and clime brands at Gelwicks'
Cheap Store. •
FOR GOOD,,PURE„ FRESH GROUND
and Unground Spicee, Baking Articles.' and
Baking Molaszes, go to Gelwieke. • .
QELMCKS HAS THE LARGEST
stock of Mackerel. Hams. Bacon and Salt in
the place, and sells at low figures.
CIELWICKS EU YS. AND SELLS
I.JI every desoriptian of Goods, Produce and Mar,
0 ELWICKS 'HAS :JUST JUST RECEIVED
• N...A a fresh supply of =.
Prime Cheese, Fresh Crackers,
Pepper Sauce,' Tomato Catsup,
„ Pepper, - Allspice,,ke.
AT GELWICKS YOU CAN- SEE A
very , large assortment of Brushes, Brooms,
Buckets, Cords, Twines, Matches, Shoe Blacking, s:e
CiELWICKS SELLS THE AMERICAN
Excelsior Coffee et 26cents per pound. the best
substitute for Coffee in the market/and ground Rio
Coffee at 25 cents per pound; alstrstrictly pure Cider
tobacco an rgars.
40 CENTS PER POUND TAX ON
TOBACCO.—The Government is about to
put a tax of 40 cts. per pound on Tobacco.
You can save 50 per cent. by
• You can save 50 per cent. by • -
Buying your Tobacco at J. D. JACOBS'.
Buying your Tobacco a J. D. - JACOBS'.
Buying your Tobacco at J, D. JACOBS'. -
Prime Navy Tobacco at 75 to 80 eta.
Prime Cavendish Tobacco at SO et:. to
Prime Flounder Tobacco at 75 to 90 ets„
Prime Congress Tobacco at 60 to 80'cts.
Prime 'Twist Tobacco at 75 to 90 cts.
JACOBS sells Old Virginia Sweet Cavendish.
JACOBS sells Old Virginia Plain - Cavendish.
JACOBS sell Old VirginiaTsiist.
JACOBS sells Old Virginia Smoking Tobacco:
JACOBS' Michigan Fine Cut Chewing Tobacco.
Cannot be Equaled.
Cannot be Equaled.
JACOBS' Segars are superior to all.
JACOBS' Segars are superior to all.
He sells his own manufacturing.
• Pipes. Pipes, Meerschaum Pipes, Brier Pipes,
Box Pipes, "Mahogany Pipes. Apple Pipes,
Cherry Pipes, India Rubber Pipes, Clay Pipes, and
other pipes. Pipe in and get your Pipes, Segars and
Tobacco at J. D. JACOBS', Maiu,Street, Chambers
NEW TOBACCO AND , SEGAR
STORE.—To TEE CITIZENS OF CHAMBERSIIIIRG
AND VICINITY: The undersigned having been com
pelled to leave Virginia on, account of his Union
sentiments, has come among you to establish a bus
iness, hoping from his long experience, and by close,
attention, he will meet with a generous support.—
His stock will consist of all the best brands of TO
BACCO AND SEJARS, which he will sell as cheap
as can be had any where in town. Don't forget the
place;sign of the "little ginia nigger," opposite
the Franklin Hotel. next door to Shryock's Book
Store, South-cast corner of the Diamond.
itinl7,63. C, 11. BUSH.
THE ARMY 'OF THE POTOMAC
new order ell their Tobacco, Se.garq._. Pipes, &c. fvon J. D. JACOBS. They know Jacobs sells the
best and cheapest. jan27-Iy.
TUST RECEIVED—A fresh supply of
el Michigan Fine Cut Chewing Tobacco at '
jan27-Iy. J. D. JACOBS'. s
moßacco _AND SMARS —A large
1 assortment of Chewing and Smoking Tobacco
and Segars, just received and for sale at
BOY D'S Grocery Store.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF TO
BACCO and SEGARS, at wholesale or retai
at SHAFER & STUART'S.
T\R. JOHN MONTGOMERY will at
tend promptly to all calls in his lino. (Ace
'on Main Street, next door to the Eagle Hotel, and
nearly opposite the residence of the,llon. George
DR. J. C. RICHARDS will attend
promptly to all calls in his line. Office on
Main Street,-next door to Spangler's Drag Store.
Omen Hoots.—Prom 7 to 9 A. xt.; 12 to 2 and 6
1;. Ir. jtm17,63.
111 t. SAMUEL 0-. LANE has resumed
L' the PRACTICE Or MEDICINE in Chnn?-
bersburg. Office on Queen street, rt feri doors East
of Wallace's Store. Upl3-tf
()HEAP C A I AND CABINET
WARE ROOMS.—The subscriber informs the
Public that he continues the manufacture of the va
rious articles of PURNITUTtE in his line, at his
Shop, on Main Street, three „doors South of Huber
S.: Tolbert's Hardware Store, He has always on hand
or is prepared to manufacture on the shortest no
tice, Spnng Seats, Cane Bottom, and Windsor Chairs,
Sofas. Plain aril Fancy, , toles, Bureaus, Dressing
arurCouinion Wardrobdf: Wash Stands, Book Cases,
and Bedsteads. YENITIAN BLINDS got uP in
the hest style.
Particular attention paid to ROUSE PAINTING
ANL PAPER HANGING: - and - entire, satisfaction
in every instance guaranteed. .
REPAIRING of all kinds, in his line of business,
promptivattended to, at moderate prices.
--IT NDBRTA K ING.—Having p urchas cd the Hearse
4 !-4 m r ; Wm. Flory, 'deed, he is able to attend Fune
rals and-manufacture Collins, at the shortest notice,
of Cloth, Walnut or Cherry. A Layer-out.will be
'ne4,63-IY. JOSIAII°E. &MIDFIELD.
Pl:gi 5P1110.1 . , n0,0110, : q r , : .#. 4.,!,, - M.
R y' r H A ftLESALE
SHAFER & STUART
' • E PECTFUL A 1, THE ATTENTION OF
citizens of ChambersbOrg and - vicinity •
TO THE . VARIiTED AND EXTENSIVE AS
Fresh Fruit, •
• and a general Stock
• Miscellaneous Articles,
which they.are now offering, and constantly receiv
ing from Now York. Philadelphia, and Baltimore,
at their Store Room, on Main street, opposite Haber
Tolbert's Hardware Store.
It is their intention to keep such an assortment as
the demands of this community require. They have
the best facilities for the purchase ofgoods, on the
most advantegeous terms, and having their own cars
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 atf leSs
expense than nival,,which enables them to sell
VERY LOW FOR CASH!
COFFEES . AND
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 HAMS, -
- COARSE AND -FINE SALT.
FISH AND CHEESE,
at city wholesale 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
grocery line us cheap as can be purchased in the.
Eastern cities. SHAT ER k STUART, Main St.
The highest pride paid in cash for country pro
duce, or taken in exchange forgoods.
Oranges au,d Lemons
expressly for family use,
Chow Chow Pickles,
Non pari el Calicos,
for sale at Sif
FAMILY. GROCERY STORE.
having purchased the Grocery Stare of Thomas Met
calf, on Main street, opposite Grove's Hotel, takes
thiS method of informing the old patrons of the
hntise, and the pnblic generally, that he is opening
a varied assortment of
which he is prepared to offer ,at the lowest cash pri
ces. His stock consists of - .
SUGARS, COFFEES AND TEAS,
of all grades. from the highest to the lowest prices
Nos. 1.2 and 3 MACKEREL.
BROWN AND WHITE SUGAR
SYRUPS AND MOLASSES
FRUIT;- SPICES, &c.,
such its Oranges and Lemons, Bunch Raisins, Seed
less Raisins, Prunes, currants. Citrons, Figs: Wal
nut and Tomato Catsup. Chocolate, Mace, Ginger,
Nutmegs, Macaroni, Mustard, and every article
mutiny-found in a Grocery Store..
•BEIDELRA - N,
!J. WHOLESALE GROCER AND
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANT,"
No. 703 MARKET mhd 2 N. 7th ST.. PHILA.
Invites the attention of merchanti to his large and
well assorted stock of Sugars. Syrups, Teas and Cof
fees, all of which will be sold et 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. SHRYOCIt, Chambers
pR 0 Ohs S, BR U - S,
JUP ,f Buckets,
Hooks and Eyes, and every article usually found in
a Variety Store at BOX
Main Street, Opposite Grove's Hotel.
VLOUR, H - O - MINY,
1: -. Corn Meal, Potatoes,
Bacon. Cider Vinegar,
Beans, _ Pepper Sauce,
Rice, Lard, Pickles,
at BOYD'S Grocery Store.
Water Critekers, Matches, Stove Polish, Es
sence of Coffee, Indigo, Starch, Shoe Blacking, Sil
ver Sand, &e . ; for sale at BOYD'S Cheap Grocery.
AmtLy FLOUR, BUCKIVHEAT
and CYAN MEAL by thfi barrel or in small
quantities for sale at SHAFER & STUART'S.
FRESH FISH AND OYSTERS ' RE
CEIYED every week at
SHAFER d: STUART'S.
ML D IC A L
KUNKLE'S gla PER WINE OF IRON,
Apure and Powerful Tonic, Corrective and altera
tive, of wonderful efficacy in diseases of the
STOMACH, LIVER and BOWELS.
Headache, General De- '
• bility..Nervousness, Depres
sion of Spirits, Constipation, in- '
termittent lever, Acidity of the Stom- , -
ach, Nausea. Heartburn, Disgust for Food,
FullnesSor Weight in the Stomach, Sinking or
Flntteringut the Pit of the Stomach, Swimming of
the Read; Difficult Breathing, Yellow Head,
Pain in the Side, Back, Chest, and Limbs,
will cure every case of Chronic or Ner
. • wens Debility . ; Diseases of the Kid
neys and Diseases arising from
a disordered Stomach.
Good for Male, or
• Female, Old or
The most beneficial medicine known; gives 'better
satisfaction and cures more diseases•than any
other Preparn',tion offmud to the public=
This truly valuable Tonic has been so thoroughly
tested by all classes of the comuninitY, that it is now
deemed inclisnOnsible as a Tonic Medicine. It costs
but little, gives tone to the 'stomach, renovates the
system and Prolongs life. We now only ask a trial
of this valuable Tonic.
• .C.V. BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS. "a3l.
Prepared and Fold wholesale and retail by S. A.
KUNKEL Ll; Blto., 118 Market st,. Harrisburg.
For sale in Cbambersburg by J. S. NIXON, and
by Druggists and Dealers everywhere. mayll-6m
Hard Shelled do
Sweeping " -
AFER C STUART'S,
aM Street, near Queen.
C 1 \ --,
`parpiritte, Qiutie4' ;.&r.r
OA.CIR AND SADDLERY
11A,R D WAR E.
. The subscriber reSpeetfully inforins his friends and
the public; that be continues to carry on the above ,
business, at his old stand, on Main Strbet, oPPbslie,
the German Reformed Church,..
_ CHAXBRRSHIIRG, PA.
Having enle*d his bniirmss,Sadd/crs and Coach
makers will find in his Store Room a general aa§ert•--
ment of goods suited to their several requirements.,
such as .
Fait : and Corintry Hogskins,
Saddle Trees and Girthing.
Gig Trees,Full Plated, Tinned and Japanned : Goat
Hair, Straining Web and Worsted Rain'
Web,; lower than Cotton; -
-..Stirrups, _ '
Plated, • • '
Tinted and . .
Japanned • '
C r Oach Ifandles,
new utsles: Curtain Fames;' Hub 'Bands;--Bridle
Fronts;' Roseatw, Swivels and' Orna
naments; 'lron Plated and'
Wood Gig Homes: - •
BUCKLES—BRASS, SILVER AND
-IA PA NN ED,
all Styles and Patterns; Ivory arid Wooden Mar-
tingal Rings, Stump Joints, arid a varie
ty of other• goads suita
' , for the trade.
ALL - KINDS 'OF PLATING, &c., done with
neatness and despatch.
• ` • LEWIS WAMPLER,
n04,63-tf.. Chambersburg. Pa.
A I D, W A R E,
r , • SMITH Se`BICHARDSON, "
' 611 Market Street,Thiladelphiit: . -
J. FRED. SMITH. CHAS. RICHARDSON:
The undersigned would respectfully call :the at
tention of COUNTRY MERCHANTS to their
large and well selected stock of -
HA. IiDW A RE. - -
Having made special arrangements for the Fall
Trade, wefiatter ourselves we can offer inducements
to purchasers that willfully remunerate the trouble
of examining oar stock. We ask but a trial, to con
vince - the Country Trade that we are prepared to
sell low and accommodate.
Our stock of Table anq Pocket Cutlery is unusually
large, selected with care, and including a variety of
styles that cannot but suit all tastes.
We have constantly on hand a large assortment of
Building Hardware, -
. Piles; Tool Boxes,
. • - • and Chests,
- _ Saddlers and •
• ' Screws, and Nails
every thing in short pertaining to a first class Hard
ware Store. -
Particular attention paid to Country , orders - It-is
our aim to secure the con f idence ofgar customers.
and to this end, we arc particular in filling orders to
give the best, and as chearf,as ththigh the customers
were buying in persim. Give us a trial.-
REFEREtiss.--- J. K. Shryock, Esq., A. K. MeClue,
L. B. EYster, Chambers. burg.
SMITH A RICITAR.T)SON,
an5,63-tf. , 611 Market St., Philadelphia,
NEW IiARD.WARE STORE.
L. B EYSTER
would respectfully inforth his friends and the public
generally, that in connection with his ,
KEROSENE OIL AND-LAMP-STORE, • '
he has commenced the HARDWARE business. at
his new Store Room, one door North of Sol: Hu
ber's Grocery. His stock consists of the following
Building Hardware, -
House Furnishing Goods, ~
Table and Pocket Cutlery, •
- I Mechanics' Tools,
Nails by.the small or km
,Farming Utensils, such as
' . Spades, • '
'Forks, - .
- - Potato Lifters,
• , etc., etc.
Also, Glass, Paints, Benzole, .
Linseed, Kerosene and Lubricating Oils,
Lamps of all descriptions,
Chandeliers for Gas and Kerosene,
- - Fruit Jars, best Quality, etc.
Agent for the sale'of EVANS k WATSON'S Fire
Proof Safes. e • ju129.63 tf.
HA R D W A lit.—the public are in . -
vited to call and examine our extensive stock
of Hardware. Cutlery, &e. We keep on handa large
stock of goods in our line, composed partly of,the
followingzoods, which we offer very cheap: ,
Iron, - Files, Looking Glasses,
Nails, . • Rasns, Farm Bells,
Steel, Masts, Springs, Axles,
Hocks, - Glass, Boot Trees,
Hinges, Chains, i - Shoemaker's Kit
Planes, Whips, Saddler's Tools,
Anvils, Bolts, " Trimmings,
Vices, saw, ' - CoffinTrimminge
Bellows, ' Brushes, Grindstones,
Paints; Eames, ' Cedar Ware,
Oils, I ' Shovels, Blasting Powder
Turpentine,) •Rakes. , Shot, Lend,
Spades, Pocket Knives.
Call and examine our Stock, Special indueements
offered for cash. [0M,6,3.1 . BRAND 'A: FLACK.
H ARDW ARE AND CUTLERY
ILNRIHT & SON,, -
. Importers, and Dealers in
AMERICAN, ENGLISH AND. GERMAN
509 Commerce Street, Philadelphia.
Between sth and 6th Mid Market and Arch , Sts.
V N onwßn E rco ß A L Nn l C C oat H 3rtss & lo r N A:D
North Second Street, opposite the Cumberlandlial
ley Railroad Depot, Chambersburg. Pa
Cars run regularly to and from Philadelphia and
AGENTS.—Pencock, Zell & Hinehman, No. 81k3
Market St.. Philadelphia.
Lykens Valley, Broken Egg and Nut COAL. (di
rect from the mines), Wilkesharre and- Pine. Grove
FOUNDRY COAL, LUMBER, SHINGLES, SALT,
PLASTER and Hancock CEMENT. kept constant
ly on hand. FLOUR, GRAIN and PRODUCE of
all kinds purchased at the highest cash prices.
Sept 9,63. IVINDERLICH & NEAD.
NEW A - RRANG'EMEN'T.- 1
FREIGHT THROUGH TO NEW YORK WITHOUT
TRANSHIP NIF.NT.,The undersigned.vrould respectfully.
inform the public, that they are prepared to ship all,
kinds of Produce, Merchandise,. &c.,_ from Cham
bersburg and Greencastle to New Y ork without
transhipment , and deliver it at New, York as quick
as it can be delivered in Philadelphia.
The attention of Millers and Shippers is respect
fully. invited to this new arrangement. • For further
information inquire of
DEITZ & McDOWELL, Agents,
feb 24-tf Chambersburg and Greencastle.
THOS. L. GILLEspiE. ' JACOB Z ELLE rt.
PRODUCWHOLE POVISION MERCHANTS,
AND SALE' GI?OCERS,
North-West corner of Sixth and Market St;Ft. Phil
-6 delphia. '
BARLOW'S INDIGO BL IT-E.
Dealers and Consumers of the above Celebratile
" Wail& Blue, will please take notice that the Lubale
are altered to read "INDIGO BLUE, Put up at
ALFRED, WLLTBERGER'S Drug Store, No. 233
North Second Street, Philadelphiti." The quality
'of this Blue will be the same in every respect:
It is warranted to color "more Nfekter than twice
th e same quantityrof Indigo, and to go much further
than any other Wash Blue in the . market, ' It dis-
s elves perfectly clear, and- does not settle oh the
clothes at most of the other makes do, One Box
dissolved in a half pint of water will make ea good
a liquid blue a4any that is made, at one-third the
As it is retail&l at the scne price as the - finite-
Bons and inferior article, ouselteepers will find it
very much to their adyantag to ask for that put up
at Nv ILTBERGER'S,
All Blue put 'up 'after this date with BAntow's
name on it is an imitation.
The now label does notrequireAstamp. For sale
by Storekeepers generally. tel74m.
4ttiirlio - at PAD,:
. . .
%.; K, ATTORNEY AT • LAW;
Chambersburg,Pa. - OM co in I."Afra. Dard's Buil
dings, directly i)pposite the Court House.
Havinfr had official connection with the.Provest
Marshal's Office he offers his servites drafted
men in the 16th Coogre&AionalDistriet;claimingez
enaption from Military service under the law, or for
Physical causes; and hopes from his exPeriente and
strict attention to business to satisfy these inttust
ing. him with their eases-. Persons from abroad can
'receive advice and have their eases prepared by or
Refetente can be had to the,Board of Enrol eat
of the 16th District, ,Hon. A. K. McChire. - '
James Nill: Chambersburg, and Hon. Ed; M tier
son. Clerk House of Representatives. ja 27. .
IiTASTINGS GEHR,'_ Attorney at end
-.ll._andGeneralCkiirit Agent. Cif f ic&—M.arltet sL,
East of the Court House, Chambershurg; Pa. His
lmg experience in Washington has given him un
usual facilities for becoming thoroughly acquainted
with the business in the different. Dep_artments.—
Having 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,
Bonnty,and Arrears of Pay obtained for
their Widows or Heirs. ap6-tf
liE s N ETts N il E ir DY The & un N de ili rsign L. o — a f l i a r e
themselves in the practice of the Law in the several
Courts of Franklin County. Office on M'aiket
in the room heretofore occupied by T. B. Kennedy.
iun17.63. _ T. J. NILL.
F. S. STIMIRAIIGIT. 'JOHN STEITAIIT
p i TUMBAUGH & STEWART, ATTOR-
K-7 NWFS AT LAW, dlieMbOTSbUrg, Pa.` i give their
undivided attention to the practice of then prolog--
John Stewart, Agent for procuring BM:ruty money,
Pensions, land Attearages of Pay. " • -
Office in the room lately' occupied by Hon. Wilson
Reilly; on Market Street, opposite the Court House.
a M. & W . S. STENGER, A . .tron:-
ILA • NETS AT LAW, Chambersburg, Cellec-•
lections promptly attended to. W. S..Stenger, pis
triet Attorney, and Agent for procuring -Pensions,
Bounty nioncy. arid Arrears of Pay. Of ce in Frank
lin Building, 3d door from the corner. jun 17,63.
WM. -S. EVERETT, ATTORNEY AT
tAw. ()Mee in Mn. Bard's dwelling, di
reeds' OPPosite' the Courthouse, Chathbersburg, Pa.
Will practice in - the several Courts of-Franklin and'
Fulton Counties. All legal business entrusted to
his care will receive prompt attention. .iurfi.M.
1: M'DOWELL, SHARPE, Arroraigy
el . AT LANr : Chamhersburg, Pa. Office in Mrs
Bard's Buildings, directly opposite the Court House.
jun 17,63. _ .
a O. SEILHAMER, ;ATTORNEY -AT
V! • Lem, ChamberAurg, Pa. Offic6', Main St.
above Queen, in thesroom formerly occupied by S.
Reisher, Esq. ; fun3.7,63.
LS. CLARK, ATTORNEY - AT LAW,
• has removed his office slew doorsTastof his
former location, on,Market Street, South side,
CALVIN M. DIJNCAN, ATTORNEY AT
LAW. Office on Market- Street, in Lawyer's
Row, unnOsite the Court House. , jun 47,63.
MHOS. L. FLETCHER, Arrommy: AT
LAw, Charebersburg, Pa. Office on East Mar
ket St., nearly opposite the Court House. junl7,63.
A L LEX. K. , M'CLURE, ATTORNEY AT
CI LAW., Chamberisburs, Pa. Office in tho Prank=
lin Repository Buildings. jun 17,63.
1 - 1 -. WATSON ROWE, ATTORNEY AT
'1! • , LAW; Greencastle, Pa; • 5ep30.63.
pritoion & 13ounto agentirs.
JOHN M- PO MEROY,
ARMY AND NAVY AGENCY
No: 204 SOUTH FOURTH STREET,
The undersigned having resigned his position as
Paymaster in the U. S. Army, has opened at N 0.201 '
South Fourth Street, an AGENCY k'OR PROCU
RING PENSIONS, and for the Collection of Offi
cers', Soldiers' and all other CLAIMS against the
My long experience as Paymaster has given me
unusual facilitiei for becoming thoroughly acquain
ted with, his 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 be given to the
eases at Washington.
No charge unless successful, when $5 will be
charged for collecting small sums under $BO, and $lO
on all sums over that amount and unders2oo. Lar
ger claims taken- on special arrangement. Fees in
Pension cases as fixed by law..
INFORMATION- FOR. AND INSTRUCTIONS TO
All Soldiers of the present war who have served
two yeari, - and Soldiers discharged for wounds re
ceived in battle, without reference- to time of ser
vice, are entitled besides their regular pay, to $lOO
- In case Soldiers'or Seamen are discharged 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 wounds re
ceived whilom service, his widow is entitled to re
ceive the $lOO bounty, besides arrearagos of pay,
and pension during her lifetime or widdwhood.
If the,Soldier the after discharge, from disease
contracted or wounds received while in service, his
widoei is' entitled to a Pension' f $95 per annum.
If rid 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 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 Ulla
pay 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 Next of
iDisehlirged Soldiers whose clothing account was
unsettled '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 ,vour
!Captain for a descriptive list, showing the Clothing
iaccount'and forward it to me, with your-prelimi
nary statement, giving also the date of your dis
Soldiers who served with the nine months'-volun
leers can recover $27 bminty and premium, without
regard to time of service, if they have not already
Soldiers who were prisoners in the South, and Sol
diers who were absent On sick furlough, are enti
tled tocommutation of rations.
In communicating with this office state the nature
of your claim fully, and give the Company and Re
giment to which you or the Soldier. for whom you
claim belonged, as well as your present Post Office
His Excellency ANDREW G. CURTIN, Governor of
'Hon. Sinox CAMERON, Tlarrfsburg. Pa.'
HOil. JOSEPH CASEY, Chief Justice of the Court of
Hon. E..li, BROOKE, Chief Clerk Pay Department,
Hon. EDWARD MCPHF.RSON, M. C., Washington.
Hon. JAs. P. STERRET; Pres't Judge, District Court,
Hon. A' K. McCLung, Chambershurg,
Hon. Trios. A. Scor:r., Vice Prcs't Pa.-R. It.
Hon. li'. B. THOMAS, Collector of Port. Philada. ••
Hon. C. A. WALBORN, Post Master, Philada.
DREXEL & CO, Bankers, Philadelphia. •
JAS. DUNLAP. President Union Bank, Philadelphia.
Bu MATT & FAIRTHORNP.. Attornics, "
RIEGEL, WRIST & . ,Eavrx, Merchants, • "
LUDWIG, KNEEDLER & Co., Merchants, "
PRITCHETT, BAUGH & CO. I
DAVID FAUST & Co., Merchants,
BENJAMIN S. JANNEY, JR. & CO., MCIT.IftS "
CHAS. E. MORGAN & CO.,Merchants,
ATWOOD, WHITE Merchants, , 41
CO. JOITN M. POMEROY . , -
jtm17,63-tf. No. 204 South Fourth St.
P, BOUNTY - AND WAR
1. CLAIM AGENCY.—Pensions procured for
soldiers of the' present. War. who ate disabled by
reason of wounds received, or disease contracted,
While in the service of the 'United States; and Pen
sions, $lOO Bounty,-and Arrears of Pity obtained for
widows or heirs of those, who have died or been
killed while, in service. • JOAN R. ORR, •
mar9-1y) Claim Agent, Chambersburg, Pa.
JOSEPH FakY.. • I • RN: ff. WONG
F E Y & 141 ONG , .
The 'undersigned, respectfully announces to the
citizens of Chembersburgand surrounding country,
that they still continue the manufacture of COL'-
INS, and are prepared to attend Funerals in Town
Coffins o f Mahogany; Cloth, Tfcilnitt, cherry,
made to order at the shortest notice, and most reas
Thoy.are also prepared to furnish: to onlor, - -tht,'
METALLIC COFFINS.. ,
They , ' Will attend to thii itiyinci owl of Corpßes.
which will be done in a satisfactory • manner. Ito
member' Wm. Flory's old stand.
mar D-Smo , "
FEY lc MONO.
A ., : Incal.
D ; P. ; E P .S L -,A
• • • AN D. "'
DISEASES] OLTING FROM • --
DIS'ORDERS' f 'ar THE 1,1,ER
ORGANS, , • •
ato cured by , :
HOOELAND'S GERMAN BLITERS.
• " nig GREAT STBENGRING TONIC. ; ,
These Bittershave performed more Cures!,
Hare and do give better satisfaction!
- Have more testimony: ,
ROOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS :„
H av e mor e respectable people to vouch for them!
1 Than any other.artiele in the market.
We defy any one to eatdradiet this assertion, and
WILL PAX 51,000
To any one who will produce a certificate published
• by us, that is not genuine. -
' • Will curo every ease of
ChroUie or Nervous Delaility,Diseases of the Kid
net's, and. Diseases
mach from a :
Disordered Stomaah. ,
Observe the following Symptoms , resulting from
Disorders of tne Digestive
Constipation. Inward, Piles, Fullness-or Blood 'to
the Head, Acidity of the Stomach Nausea.
Heartburn, Dhigust for Food, Full-.
Hess or - Weight in the Stein- . '
achy.. Sour - Eructs
tious,-Sinkiag • -
- 'or Fluttering at the
ming of tho fread,iiiirried and Dif- '
cult. Breathing,- Fluttering. at the • Heart,
Choking or Suffocating Sensations when in a lying
posture. Dimness of Vision, Dots or Web.T .
• • Wore theSightFeverandliinilPaia
• • • . in the' Head, Deficiency of • •
ness. of the -
• ' Skin and Eyes. Pain •
• - in the Side - Back, Chest, - - -
•• , Limbs. &0.. Sudden Flushes of Heat , • •
Burning in the - Flesh, Constant Imagin
ings 'of Evil; and - great Depression of Spirits
RE-MEMBER, that this Bitteri is NOT ALDO
ITOLIC,OOntains no Rum or Whiskey, and. can't
makertinkardk'bru!, is the' BE-ST -To.NIc the
World. ' - •''
teii- READ WHO SAYS SO
From the Rev. Levi G. Beek, Pastor of the BuPtlist
Church, Pemberton. N .T.. - formerly , of the North
Baptist Church, Philadelphia: -
• * * I hare known Hoofland's German Bitters
favorably fora number of years. I have used them
in my own fainily. and have been so pleased with
their effects that livas induced' o reconamend_theM
to many others, and know that they have-operated
in a strikingly beneficial manner: 'I take great
pleasure in thus publicly proclaiming this fact, and
calling the attention of thoSe afflicted, with the dis
eaSes, for which they are recommended, to these
Bitters, knowing from experience that my recent.-
. endation will be sustained. Ido this more chbor
fully as Hoofland's Bitters is intended to benefit the
afflicted, and is "not a rum drink."
• - Yours truly, • - LEVI G. BECK.;
• ,_ •
From Rev. J. Newton Brown, I). D:, Editor of the
Encyclopedia of Religious EnoWledge and Chris
tian Chronicle; Philadelphia.
Although not dispUsed to favorer feconamend Pa
tent Medicines in general, through distrust of their
ingredients and eftects, I yet know 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 he may thus contrib
ute to the benefit of others: . .
I do this the more readily in regard to Ifoolland's
German Bitters: prepared by Dr. C. M. Jackson. of
thisnit, because I was prejudiced against then' for
many years. under the impression that they were
chiefly an alcoholic mixture. lam indebted to my
friend, Robert Shoemaker, Esq., for the removal of
this prejudibe by proper tests, and-for encourage
ment to try them; when suffering from great and
long continued debility. The use of three bottles of
these Bitters, at the beginning of the present year,
was followed by evident relief, and restoration to s
degree of bodily and mental vigor 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 use of them. _
J. NEWTON BROOWN,
From the 11,bv:Jos.11.Xen,nard, liastoi of the 10th
Dr. Jackson :—Dear Sir: I leave been' frequently
requested to connect myhainewith commendations
of different kinds of medicines, but regarding' the
practic.e as out of my appropriate spiere, I have its
all - ea.deolined . ; lint with a clear proof in various
instances, and particularry in myfamily, of the use
fulness of Dr. Hoofland's Herronn Bitters, I depart
for once from my usual course, to express my fall
conviction that, for genera/ debility of thee-yam and
eniecially for LivSr, Complaint. it is a itetre and val
uable preparatifm: Li some 'cases it may fail . ; but
usually, I doubt not. it will be very beneficial to
those who suffer from the above cause. - -
Yours very respectfully, H. KENNARD.
Eighth. b elow co cttes Street, Philadelphia.
From Rev. W . arren 'Randolph; Pastor Of Baptist
Church, Germantown. Penna. • •-, •
• Dr. C. M. Jaeksoni-u-Dear Sir: PersOnal
gnce enables me to say that I regard the fiernian
Bitters prepared by you as a most excellent medicine.
In eases of severe cold - and general debility I hate
been greatly-benefttted - by the use of the Bitters,
and doubt not they Will produce similar' effects on
others. Yours truly • ' • - •",
'WARREN RANVOLPH, Germantow)a,Pa.
From Rev, J. H.".Tniner.'Pastor of Redding
Dr. Jackson:-Dear Sir: Having -used-your Gei
man Bitters in my family frequently I ampreparetl
to say that it haableen of groat service. believe
that ii 'most ca.set of general debility of the System
it is the safest ara most valuable reniedVof which
I have Way knowledge.. Yours respectfully. - '
J. TE. TURNBR,:726N.I9th Street:::
• • •
From the Rev. S. M...r.roni, former Pastor of the
Columbni(Y. To and Millerstomi (Penn-a.) Bap
- tistChtirches. - . -
• NEW ROCHELLE, N. Y.
Dr. G. M. Jackson:-Dear Sir: ; I feel it a;Pleasure
thus of my own- accord, to bear testimony to the
excellence of the German Bitters'. Some years sinOe
being much afflitted with Dyspepsia, I used - them
with very beneficial results.. 'I have often re
commended them to persons enfeebled by that tor
menting disease, and have h - eard from them the
most flattering testimonials es 'to their - great value.
In cases of general debility, I believe itto'be a toulit
that cannot be surpassed. J. M. LYONS.
From the Rev. Thomas'Winter. Paster f Roxbor
ough Baptist Church.
Dr. Jackson —Dear feelit dut lo.yonr ex
cellent preparation, Ho ofl and's German Bitters, to
add my testimonY to the deserved reputation it has
obtained. I have for years, at Ones, been troubled
with great disorder in inyhead and nervous system.
I was advised- by ,a - friend to :try a bottle ofybnr
German Bitters.,4 - did -so.' and: have experienced
great and unexpected relief: my health-has ;been
very materially benefitted.: I confidently- recom
mead.the article who Itneetwith cases similar to
my own, and have been assured by many of- their
good effects. - licspectfolly Yours, - •
T. WlNTER,Roxborough. Pa.
Prom the Rev. J. S. Herman, Of -the German lie
formed Church, Kutztown; Berke' county, Pa.
'Dr. C,'M. Jacksbn :—Respeeteit : I have been
-troubled with - Dyspepsia, nearly -twenty years: and
have never used any medicine that did me as much
good as Hoofland's Bitters. t am very much- ira,
proved in health,. after hay* taken Eve bottles.
- : , YourilVithrespect,4 -, J. S. HERMO.
Large Size (holding s nearly flonble quantity)
Small Size— " rs--,e—tg_roleeart.ss4:Coo
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS-
See that the signature of "C. M. JACKSOIV!
• is on the WRAPPER of each bottle. .
Should your nearest druggistrket hare the article.
lo not be put off by any (lfth e intoxicating prepare
tions that dim" be offered in its place, but send•tiena
and we will forward, stacur elypa.e.ked by ampre.e;
PRINCIPAL OFFICE AND .m.Annoroirg.
. • • ; JOVE k - EVANS,
4' (Saeed.ssors to C. M. Taeitson & Co:),
• -•— • PaoPargiims.
FOR SALE :by Dragglits - and Dealerlln every
own in the United States. Adee