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ARMY OF THE CIIArftERL - AliD.'` : '
Campaign Ogitorgla—capture 0C
Tunnel Ifill—The'Etiemy:Retire from
• RoekyFace Ridge and RdiSarli Roost
• Gap— Battle of esac
=77th Penna. Vols.
• Corxesrian4qiibe 9k-the Frinkfinteilositon'.-
4, , INDE - PitturgrrPA•: '
Six miles south of Kingston, Ga.,
Oh 'Wednesday, the 4th :inst., we received
°Merit to have our tents .struck at l o'clock,
14 : ,, a 144 ,be ready .to march, previously having
hzia „ eight ilays, ratiorui• issued us , three days of
wlich we were to carry ia our haversacks, and
the rest in wagons. Therewas great cheering
all over Camp as the order was read. A' great
ntany, 'were wondering, which road we would
take, but they werenot , long kept in suspense,
tis,we tool: -a pretty direct route for 'Tunnel
Hill, wkereit.was believed we would have'ra
ther a, sharp brush with the enemy. This just
suited the boys, for I never saw them in better
spirits er more eager for a fight.. We marched
along briskly on the afternoon of the 4th, and
until nearly night of -the 51 - 14. when we Went
into camp at Catoosa Springs. Here was a de
liglitful-plaCe for a weary soldier to take a teni
poi:try rest. Out of the same hill, elcse'to
gether, flow beautiful streams of different kinds
of- water. Here were the ruins of what must
have been some splendid residences, • whilst
solve, of the mansions still stand in all their
magnificence.-:lkilere, at these Springs, was no
doubt a pleasant,snmnier resort for the chival
rous Southern aristocrats. •
On the morning_ of the 7th (Saturday) the
grand Army of the Cuittberland was again in
motion. Every now and then we could heat
heivy'cannonading in our front, plainly indica
ting that we were contending for every inchtot'
'ground we , gained. The enemy felled treks
across the roads and obstructed them all they
'could, to impede our marl h i but half :the, Con
fekeranyconfd not resist, the onward march of
Sherman's Massive columns. ,
. M., we were in possession of
Tunnel Hill, and had a good viewofJoe.JOhn
son rebel hordes,- Who were posted on Rooky
IV& 'Ridge and Beizard - Roost Gap. It is.
mil'ef4rOm the top of Tunnel Hill to
the top of Rocky Face Ridge, so we 'could not
reach the enemy with our guns. On Sunday
morning, the Bth inst., we advanced upon the
eneitirin three columns e and 'soon his 'starlit- .
, . ,ishers sought safer places than could be' had at
the,fipt of the ridge; so they back towards=
they top. Before ;night we held the foot Of the
ridge on the left of Buzzard Rooit Gap: Our
men•pinde some gallant char Os. Hereve first
tried our new guns,lltd found them very effec
tive. -;During the night of ._the Bth we held a
a ridge about five hundred yards froni the gap,
but there was some desperate fighting for it,.
and ere we , gt full possession o(it many a her
' f ell to bite th' dust. On the 9th we were or
der-46 the hill in front oftheone we took the
evening before. We went there .on double
qua,- as the sharp-shooters fren'a Rocky Face
Ridie were 'very traubleseme. We had three
of our horses shot in getting there: Works had
been erected there for only two pieces, so we
could not get - theta all in position. These two
pieCe's shelled them all day. The enemy open
ed two or three batteries on us, but did us no
injury, as we Were too well fortified. -Aheut
suil(l-n we took the four pieces that we could
not*linto position to the. rear. On the 10th
nothine . occurred'of 'much imporlinace: except
• thatteavy skirmishing. was kept up all any
OurliNki guns were aill plaited . on the hill in
front of the gap, giving them an occasional
• shot, :On the night elthelOth the entire rebel
army was in motion in the directielCef our
f right.% We learned that a correspondinichange
was made of our troops. Under the cover' of
_ darkness we pulled our battery; by hand - to the
top of' l Signal Heights, right in front of the . gap.
- Every tine was inxioul,,to. know what Move
was 97.1 foot for the morrow. On the morning
of the filth. we found all the troops gone except
one Corps; which-was posted •in • front of the
..' gap, which it was ordered to hold. Generali-
Hooker; „Palmer- and Schofield, commanding
respectively the 20th, 14th and,23d Corps, were
liankipg the rebel position.. r The following
night (the 12th) the enemy thought it best to
retire. On the morning of the 13th the cry was
was again " On to Atlanta !""and Our . colunaris
• again ,advanced, .Gen. Johnson, exhibited .a
great# apt of-gcneralshipby wasting so much
time and labor in ; fortifying Rocky Face-Ridge
and Rion allowing Gen. Sherman to, outflank
him: At 1 o'clock, P; N., we reached Dalton,:,
Col. Grnsi, commanding the brigade to which
We were attached, Was the first to enter the
town. Two of our, pieces shelled , the enemy
all day, as their rearguard appeared very' stub
burn. f •
Saturday the 14th, .we had some very heavy
- fighting:: Our &Vision was on the extreme left
• and juhtlefore night we were outfianhed and
greatly : 'outnumbered at this 'point.: Conse
quently our left wing gradually fell At
this critical movement, "fighting , Joe" carne up
with his corps of veterans justin time to save
MI from disaster. Here our lossWas•heavy'but
that of- the enemy much heavier'. Clipt. Sinop
, son's Batteryffith.lmliana, was on the extreme
left and did wonderful execution. The enemy
Made three-desperate charges.on it but were
each time rep:bled. Over two hundred and.
fifty dead rebels lay introut of this Battery.
Capt. Davis, of
. the 77th Ra. Vols., Brigade
Inspector was here,:l fear, mortally wounded.
On the sth we drove the enemy at every point.
The t Coris made riegie Alesperate.chargee
they made three successive, charges on a Fart
before getting possession of it.. Here we took
six pee from the enemy. Our loss was very
severe-in wounded •but few were killed. Our
Battery got a splendid position here and did,
think, good;eXecation. We were well fortified
.so th)it they could dens little harm.' Our (Xisn !
altiesmire few.. Lieat.,John H. Hassinger; of
Reading, Pa., was wounded in the side,•but not
mortally:, Private Daniel Gallanders, of Erie
county, P a ., Nyaoho in the,breast, wound not
sprions.' "Reincs, where this battle was fought,
is a small town situated aa-tke•Nortk-banks of
Coosa • gifor, and; I.sraoilkß 'South; •of Dalton.
The 16thIlitit4 theWhiPped;
And.fOrie4o 6 44. .;
We have Ira finl4ing and driving the enemy
before us up,10,,, thia•kday„which,is"the 20th.4!
:,sinneftmes liewikuldstand amiifightus forsev
ernl hours, hie by the tilit:c ,- ,. - We got formed in
lie of battle-he wOld' Make a hasty retreat;
- . _ .., ..
W w e'are now, resting siv. miles . south of-Rings
ton. The Rome railroad intersects the Atlanta
at this place. Rome, too, is in our possession.
The railroad will be . completed to this place
inn few days. The only injury it sustained
was-the - : destruction - -of -the - bridge - over - 036mi
Diver, We are, : now, fifty-six. miles from At
lanta. On our way here from Tennessee we.
passed through a number .4:if small and unim
portant towns; but they were - almost entirely
deserted by the white inhabitants, and very few
colored persons remained. The c Ountry through
here is a very, fine fertile district, abounding in
fine springs of fresh water, and never before
felt the blasting effects of this war. :The,air is
sweetly perfumed by shrubs, which gr 44 wild
in great abundance. Here and there you come
,some splendid mansions, but nearly all
are deserted. Few churches are met with; and
these are constructed out of the-cheapest mate
and present a very rough exterior—not
even painted. .
During the last two week's fighting, John,
atoll's army was very badly whipped, and great
ly demoralized. Rebel prisoners say if their
commander,cannot fight, us behind such works
as he ha& he can't fight ua at,all, and. that they
had better throw doWn their arms. I concur
with the about throwing down their armi.
Battery B played well its part in the last two
weeks active campaign. We had a good many
raw recruits but they all fought like veterans;
We have now only two Lieutenants with us,
two being absent wounded. Lieut.-Luitze was
wounded at. Chicainaugn. and has not been fit
for duty since. We Were Very- fortunate in
having good and able - 01'ft - cern - since We entered
the service. You can expect glorious news
from,Gen. Sherman before the close of this
Saturday, May 21st:—,we are still encamped
six miles South of 'Kingston ; but the impression
is that, we will leave for Atlanta next Monday,
the 23d. inst.- I said that - -we were in the ad
vance through Dalton. About a-mile South of
that place the rebels drew up in line of liattle,
we did the same and were just about making a
'charge, but a few shots from our 12 pound Na
poleon guns soon made them "skedaddle,"
although not-until we killed a number of their
battery horses. Daring this advance upon the
-enemy w,e,gave them very little - time to destroy
railroads,lnd bridges. The most damage they
' didwa'S the burning of the .railroadlridge across
the Coosa river at Resaca. Up, to this time the
cars were sometimes altuost in advance. We
were not in Resaca helf an hour until two
large trains came in, loaded with lumber to re-
build the bridge across Coosa river. I never
saw an army in better spirits than! Shennim'S
after this long march and all the privations and
hardships it endured. There was a continual
cheering in camp. One of the moat cheering
things was our Brass Band following us into the
midst of battle and playing "Rally Around the
Flag," &c., and the "Star Spangled Banner"
and a number of other national airs. Our
Brigade Band would often play within four or
five hundred yards of the rebels. Our boys
would give one cheer after anoihe'r, which com-
Mingled *ith the soul stirring strains of the‘
Band would have a very depressing effect on
• Col. Gross, commanding our brigade,
believe, as cool and . able 'a
commander as we
have in this Department, and justly deserves
the star. He formerly commanded the 36th
Zeigh,r, Shatzer and" Hassinger, as
well'as ourOaptain and the men in the ranks,
deserve great praise for, their gallant, conduct
through the late engagements, and I am sure
our battery did some very good execution. We
were often within tvio:or three hundred yards
of the enemy and no line' in out. front but.skir
mishers. We wduld have lost half our number
had it not been that we fought mostly behind
fortifications, which saved us very much.
•:: • The 77th Penna. Sturnbaugh'sOld
'regiment; is in our brigade. This is the first
time We hate Been together for over two years.
As usual 'it fought splendidly, and deserves
much praise. do not know the casualties in
it yet, but-they are few. ,
The 'heattli . of our men is' generally good.
They are ilLin fine spirits, and the cry contin
ues " On to Z.ltanta !" from Which place I hope
to write my next. OLD SOLDIER.
ANECDOTE: OF` M'CLELLAN.—CoI. Metcalf,a
of,Kvfitueßy, made u radical Vnion,speech at a
public meeting, at which be related an anecdote
of-. Gen. 31'Clellan, showing)iow he regarded
the_ rebelleaders. He said :
-"I got my eyes opened on that young Napo
leon in the springof 1861. I went to see Gem
Welellan, and in the course - of the - eonversa,;;
tion Raid to him that Jeff Davis was a scoini
drelanda repuditithr. He (M'ClellanYstraight
eneilliimself up quickly, and said, do assure
your, sir, you are mistaken. Jeff ' Davis is a
perfect gentleman, and will not do anything
.unbecoming to a gentleman,' Well, if a trai
tor; conspirator,-repudiator, and Civil devil, who
is instigating all this Murder is his heanideal of
a perfect gentleman,' I hope our,country may
never be cursed with his standard of morality
at the head of affairs!'
1. said a very polite traveler to a
testy old landlady; "ifi see proPerto help my=
self to this is there anyimpropriety in it?"
don't , know what you mean; but if' you
mean to insinuate: that there is anything nasty
in the milk, I'll• give you to understand that
yon'Ve struck the wrong house! 'There ain't the
first hair• init, for'as "soon as Dorothy' Ann told
=that the cat waa drowned in the milk, Iwerit
s o traight and strained it over." ,
The Young man fainted.
INTERESTING ScENE.=-At the NeW. York
Fair : Scene: Very pretty 'girl pinning a boL
quet on yoUng swell's coat. • • • :*
Young swell- 4 -.`rwenty-five cents for the be
quet I think you said; here's a
• two dollar green
boa?, • 4 , -. • •
• Yonng YeS; twenty-five cents' for the
hoguet; a dollar for -pinning ,it on Yottr.c.init;
and seventy-five gents for the pin, just
right; ,can't I show you"soniething die?"
" WHAT is the remit' that men - rtev3r ides'
,each other, while, the _ladies waste worlds of
kisses en, eminine faees,". said .the Captain to
Gussiei the - . other 'day: Guside cogitat ed- minute 'arid then an SWered i ''Beeaueethe
have sothetbinikbetter to kiss,: and the women
haveplt".. 7 Ihg Paptairt
eto franklin 4cpc . ipititt,::litue .15 i , 1864.
TUE 10.***Oer HOME.
omhia-who binds herivaryior's sash,
With 'smiles that , :woll het-pain dissembles.
ITlae While beneath her dropping lash •
rQueLstarry tear-drop hangs and trembles.
',Though 'Heaven alone-TeeOtils the tear,
• .-And fame shall never know her story,
,-diter heart has shed a drop as dear
As ever dewed the field of glory.. -
The wife who girlie her 4usbind's `Firroid,
"kidlittle ones who weep or wonder,
Arid braVeW speaki tie 6heering word,
.• What though-her heart be rent asunder`
Doomed nightly in her dreams to hear
bolts of,nrar, around him rattle;,- -
Bath shed at sacred blood as e'er
• Was poured ppen: theinain of 'haile
The mother who conceals her giief,'
While to her breast her son she presses. -
Then breathes a few brave words and brief.
Kissing • the patriot brow she blesses, ,
With no Ono but her secret God, -
• To know the pain that weighs upon her,
Sheds holy blond as e'er the sod •
Received on Freedom's field of honor!
Theibiloiring act Of the last Legislature is
of specialjniportanee to holders of unpatented
SEC. 1. Be it enacted, Ere., That it shall bo the
duty of the Surveyor General teinake out a list of
all lands held by location,' or , any -other office
right, issued from the Land Department of this
Commonwealth, of every kind and description,
upon which no patents have issued; designating
the county in which such lands are situated, with
such other descriptions of the same as the records
of his office, Will enable him to give, incladhst the
names in which such locations 'or other office
rights are entered and surveys have been re
turned ; and on the list being coin pleted. or
-any part thereof, - be - transmitted to the Pro;
sthonotary of the county iu which such lands are
,SEC. 2. That it shall be the - duty of the Sur
' veyor General to calculate the amount of pur
chase money, interest and fees due on each
, unpatented trattt ; and after the deseriptibus of
said tracts have been transmitted , to the Pro
thonotaries of the respective counties and en
_tered as hereinafter provided, the amounts so
found to be due, together with five dollars for •
the labor and, ,con of making out and filing
shall form an aggregate sum which shall be en
tered in a lien docket to be provided and kept
for that purpose, and said sum shall bear inter
est at the rate of six per cent.
Sec. 3. That it shall be the duty of the Pro
thonotary- of each county, upon receiving any
descriptive list as aforesaid, to provide It suita
ble docket, with,a privet' index,
for the pur
pose of recording all such ;descriptions of unpat
ented lands, and shall accurately record the
same and , index the name of the original war=
rantee or actual original settler, as the case
may bg, and each subsequent owner so far as
ascertained, and preserve the saiue among the
records of the county : Prov'etetl, That-when
any. party in interest, by petition under oath or,
'affirmation, setting out the facts in the case as•
in affidavit of defence, shall represent to the
President judge 'ofthe court of Common Pleas
of the county in which any tract or piece of land:
against which' the entry directed in the lore=
ving section has been made or the principal
part thereof may lie, that said tract has been
patented either in the name against whichthe en;
try is made or in any other name, the said JUdgii
shall, after such notice to the' Surveyor General
as he shall deem proper, proceed to hear the
case of the petitioner; and the said Judge shall
theretfpon make such decree in the premises,
either by directing the Said entry to be struck
from the record, or such , other order' s to said
entry and also as to costs, as may seem,eqgita,
SEC. 4. That it sha 4. ll be the duty of the Pro ,
thouotary of each county, upon receiving from
the Surveyor General any - such list or calcula
tion of amounts due the Commonwealth for,
purchase money, interest and fees, to provide a
suitable docket With index, in the form of the
lien dockets now in use in the several counties
of the Commonwealth, to be styled " Lien
Docket of Uupatented Lands," andonter there
in the amount so found to he. due, which sum
shall remain' a lien upon such tract or tracts
until paid ; and that a
_fee of fifty Cents be paid
to the Prothonotary for each description so en
tered, and that he be allowed the same fees , on
the liens entered, as are now allowed on judg
ments entered by warrant of attorney in the
court of Common Pleas.
- „ SEC. 5. That it shall be the' duty of the Pro.: -
thonotary, upon're:teiving any such descriptive
Hit, to cause the same to be published in two
newspapers in the county where such lands are
located, for three successive weeks, for which
publication he „shall be authorized to pay fifty
cents for, each tract and charge the same as
costs on the lien docket, and retain his - fees and
'costs out ofany, , moneys in his hands due the
SEC. 6. The• amounts which may be due to
the Commonwealth on the lands mentioned in
the first section of this act, may be paidinac
cordance with the existing laws in relations to •
such lands, if the same be paid prior to the Ist
day of November next: - Provided, That any
costs which - may have accrued in accordance
with 'the provisions of this act shall also be paid,
bud fhat the' act to graduate lands on which
money is due and unpaid to the Commonwealth
of Pennsylvania; approved April 10th, A. D.
1835, be revived and continued in force until
the said Ist day of November next; and any
survey and appraisements made since the Ist
dayof August last, shall have the smile validity
for the issuing of patents thereon as if the last
mentioned law had been still in fall force.
SEC: 7. That all liens due the Commonwealth
for unpatented lands after the Ist day of No
vember, A. 1).1864, may be proceeded upon by
the Attorney General of the Commomvealtli in
the manner directed to be•pursued against de
faulting public officers by the act of April 16th,
1845, and the supplement thereto.
SEC. 8. All perking in the military and naval
service of the United States shall be allowed
one vearafterthe expiration of said service for
the taking out of any patents under the provi-•
sinus of this act.
,SEc. 9. That hereafter the patent feeon town'
lots not exceeding one4ourth of an acre, shall
be one dollar, and ou lots not exceeding two
acre's, five dollars.
- THREE IMPORTANT THLYG9.—Thre things to
love—courage, gentleness and affection. Three'
things to admire- 7 intelleetual power, dignity
and gracefulness. Three things to hate—cru
elty; arrogance and' ingratitude. , Three things
to delight in=beauty, 'frankness and freedom.
ThrimAhings to wish for—health, friends and a
cheerful spirit. Three things to pray for-=faith,
peace and. purity; Of heart. Three things to like
—Cordiality,' good humor 'and 'mirthfulness.
Threethings to Ili-old—idleness, loquacity and
flippantj e sting. • Three thin ga t o v ate—good
books,, good friends and good humor, Three
things contend for—honor, country and
friends; Three things tigoiern—temper, im
and the tongue., •
HELEN," said d landlady to her servant,
"was there any, fire in ; the - liitehOn last night,
when you were sitting hp 7" "Yes, prelim,"
said there was a spark there when I
wenttlown, and I. Seem fanhed it into a game."
The landlady looked-suspicions ter Helen, but
the innocent OF] : wertkou scrubbing - and" hum
ming.". Katy Parling,"„
Wu 1 4 Pa vitit like his tio9tit -
caned le:orriegt titaiNs• there: •-•
Mrs, asb i'Sausg: Goolto
A 4. , 1. , -_ . ;;, 1 -c-T,,,,:=7:
Are in Receipt of their
SPRING. STOCK O' GOODS-.
Our aisortnnm" t is now complete, and we can offer to
our friends as handsotao as assortment of
as eanbefoa:nd Oisstdoeflihdadelphia. We hale
Prin6 at 1605 X,, 2" 25 and 28 ets„
Printed Tie T,aines p
All-Wool De Laines,
Silk aril Wool Challis,
Black Silks, Fancy - Silki, in great variety.
Plain Black Grenadines; doable and twisted,
Embroidered Greliadinc,double a twisted
B-A L M R S
Balmorals and Skeletons all prices.
All :sites and best citudi4,.
Black Silk Trimming Lace,
• • Black Silk Barb Lace,
Bugle , Trimmings, •
Embroidered, Hein Stieh, - •
- r Mourning and Embroidered in colors
Alexandei's celebrated, fid Gloves,
Silk, Lisle Thread, Cotton, &e
We have novr a seperate apartment for Mourning
Goode, arid our stoclris complete
in •every. particular
Vi and AII 7 WocA Do Lanes,
Silk and Wool Chillies,
R P E G oso DS .
Long Crape yeil; froT $2.5? to $7.00.
Crape Falls Tucked,
Crape FalTs Twilled.
CARPETS! CARPETS t ! CARPETS!!
Carpets from 4 1 5 cents up. - ' • ,
White and Checked 4a!ting.l.l% and 13,
Qtkoesswarsin sots or by the piece.: Wcittra tiro-
pared: to fill orders for any quantity of
COMMON AND 'WHITE ',ONANITN*AIit
Our stock is complete in, elieryllne. and if our
friends want good bargains' n'llwo hose
i• • .
to BO' is thlit till§ is tile plac9
I to secure thorn.
- • •
Nr- Cart Abon, b t forelhe i4l.Bl,lerifi
. - •= " ; - -- BYSirEtR
Main, Street, Chamberibirg. Pa.
(I-Z, U - --;41. Ifi._ • Lr' R '' C I T :I -
Nit:, - ',-': -BUMNESSCOLLEGE ~.,
N.E. COEXER OF TEETiT A.Zi'D gRESTERT STREETS,
c- RUMAT_ i- VIP lA. •
' ENDER TB ILIRAGiItEST OF
Wide and 'Narrow Check
lipmbazines, &c 4
,- - ' , --zeottfattonat.
, ; ...1
. I. FAiR MAW - ,S
*, — A... M.,
for the last four years Prim; al and hief Business
Manager of Bryant & Stratto s Com ircial College.
A MODEL BUSTS S 'CO tEGE,
Conducted on a new syste of tutd Business
Training, through the estab L hme t of legitim/te,
Officers and Counting House repres nting different
departments of Trade and C uune e, and a regular
Bank of Deposit and Issue, giving the student all
the advantages of actual practice, and qualifying
him in the.shortest possible tine and most effectivo
manner for the various t daties and employments of
The course of instruction .in ibeTheoretiCal De
partment embraces Boob;-Keeping, C-onnnerciatera
'Cola lizeri-iat Laws, Forme, Correspondence, &c, In
' THE BUSINESS DEPARTMENT
the student enters upon thfi Graduating Course,
which includes a continuation in the above studies,-
with their practical application in all their details.
He will in turn fill the position of Accountant and
Proprietor in the various departments of 117to/esate
and Retail Trade, foncarcling, Jobbing, and Com
mission Busines . s. Banking, manufacturing, Mining,
Steamboating,, de.; and mill finally act as Cashier,
Book-Keener, ,and Teller in the Bank, in-each of
which positions his Previous knowledge will be put
to the fullest practical test.
Thislnstitation offers to young men numerous ad
vantages 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 husinessprineiples. The course
of instruction is unsurpassed, and may be completed
in about one-half the time usually spent in other
institutions, in consequence of an entirely new ar
rangement, 'and the adoption of the new practical
Diplomas awarded upon the completion of the
Commercia/ Course, which embraces all except the
lAgh'er sets of Bankeng, ilianuffitcturing, Railroad
-1.144 &c. Send for a circular. dec2-I.y.
(113,13IBERS13URG SDM I N Y
V FOR YOUNG LADIES.—Th Spring SesSion
will commence on Tuesday, Feb. firth, 1864, but hoar
demean enter at any time, and will he charged ac
cordingly. A large attendance, both in the primary
and academical departments, gives evidence of an
interest in the school not surpassed in any former
period. Miss S. H. Curtis, assistant in the higher de
partment, bears testimonials of her eminent fitness
td instruct in the higher branches, from a Seminary
in the West, where she taught for several years,—
The primary Department is chiefly under the care
of Mrs. C. B. Mosey. the effects of whose energy
and efficiency appear in the flourishing condition of
the department. Miss Z. C. DeForest is well known
as an able and experienced teacher of music.
TUITION,—From_.SB to $l5 per session 'of five
months. Boarding. ` 4 Ol.
TEACHERS FURNISHED.—SchooIs and fami
lies in need of teachers can hear of young ladies
well qualified, chiefly graduates of the Institution,
jan27-tf. Rev. HENRY REEVES. Principal.
Eacarbeo Mr *Warp.
A'l7 - 411IN B AU G:H'.S
't• CLOCK, WATCH' AND
JEWELRY - ESTABLISHMENT,
MAIN ST:',.._NEXT THE POST OFFICE,
• CM•kunEasamm, PA.
The undersigned would respectfully call attention
to his present stuck, consisting of - •
W. A' T C
Gold and Silver, of American and European man
• ufacttire, of all qualities and styles, and •
-• • at CL ow OC the lest K
In great variety. Parlor, Mantel, Offici,'&e..
J W E L R'Y.
Thb newest gad most desirable styles of-Onyx, Coral
dnd Pearl; Gold Chains, Bracelets, Finger
' ' Rings, Gold Thimbles, Sleeve But-. -
' sonic and Odd Fellows''l3resst Pins Sc.
MOU,RNING A 4 ND. JAA - JEWELRY.
- A splendid stuck and Lerrest styles.
, SILVER AND PLATED WARE.
Consisting of Tea Sets, Castors, Mugs,' Spoons:
- Forks. &e., &c.
From the beSt and Most celebrated manufactories.
A very large and attractive stock,
CUTLERYIAND POCKET KNIVES - .
Rodger's superior Pen Knives., of different quail
' tics 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 suit any sight
"At no time have the' people of thiseourity had a
more attractive and extensive stock to select from'
than is now presented at the - establi;hment of the
undersigned. Every article is ne* and of the latest
style, find will be sold at the very lowest price. An
examination is solicited before purdhasing else
REPAIRING done at the shortest notice by com
E. AEGHTST.AUGH, •
9 if qoq • ,Ch • b*g.
- r AC'OB 'IIARL-E"Y,
(Sreceeßnr to . Strtuecr 8.7 Ibrley,
'No. 622 MARKET ST. ' PHILADELPHIA.,
Dealer in Fine Gold and Silver WATCHES_: Fine
Gold JEWELRY: Solid SILIXW-WAR E. and the
REST MAKE of SILVER- PLATED-WARE. Con
stantly on a large assortment of -the above
goods at low prif-eR.
Watches and Fine Clocks REPAIRED, 3Y skillful
workmen; also, Jewelry repairing; Engraving and,
all kinds of Ilair-work to order, at short notice.
Don't forget the OLD STAND, No. 622 Market
St.. Philad'a. [ap2O-3m} S. & F.
H ENtY HARPER, 'No. 520 Anon ST.,
PHILAbELPIIIA. P.%. ,
• Manufacturer and Dealer in
SOLID-SILVER WARE and
EDGER'S SUPERIOR PLATED WARE.
Cif% All hinds of Silver Ware made on the premi
ses. Mita Repairing carefully done. Ituar4.l-3m
M. 'W. W. SCTILIISSF.II-. I DILL M. PRIMICOED.
DEN TIsTR Y.—Office in Mr. ,Joux
Nor.r.'s flutimixa, Second' Floor, immediately
opposite the Franklin House. Having bad ftla ex
perience of 'a number of years., and for-the last four
mars in Chambersburg,they feel warranted in say
that they will be able to please any ono who
May give them a call.
" From one to a full set, on tivieliold. Silaes, Kelm
rietetie A or Videanite Amber Bnee, at 'prices more
reasonable for neat and substantial work than any
other Dentist outside of the - cities. Teeth and Roots
'skilfully extracted or pluggbd to lustfor life. Tar
ter and offer foreign substances removed:thusheatl ,
tifying and preserving the teeth, Gold and Silver
Plates neatly repaired or taken in exchangfi for the
Vulcanite Amber Base—Which..is much cheaper,
more Arabic and lighter thin metalic or other plate.
and is worn.with perfect'eme and comfort, being
keptin its place by atmospheric pressure, The plate
will not corrode or oxidize, as will a metalie plate.
Specimen plates to'be seen at, the office, where con
sultation cad belied at any time. Satisfaction guar
anteed or no charge. Rea of rofereneee given. "[min
E 0V A. . -DR. J. It. REID.
Dentist, has removed his office from the corner
of the Publie Square, where he pi-entitled so many
Years, to the corner of Main and Queen Streets,
above ileyser & Crawler's :Drug Store, Chambers
burg, Pa.,where he will be pleased- to receive the
calls of his friends. junl7,63.
DR. N. SCHLOSSER HAS' REMOVED
his DenMl Office to the Diamond, opposite the
Chambersbnrg .Bank, on the Second floor of the
Mansion House,where he can always be found, be
tweeiuthe hours of 9 A. M., and 4 P. 31, ' • apl3-tf
CCOUSINLIZZIE'S LITTLE JOKER.
bright, sparkling littla journal which everr
little boy and girt`Oind older ones, too) Should sub—
scribe for. It is well filled with interesting matter'
and will give satisfactioa to all who aro not very
hard to please. Terms, 25. cents a year. Address
',COUSIN LIZZIE." NO. 48 Ann - St. Now York.
JOHN C. rooms. .ronsr 3itztrENEY
TOH.N C. HOP - KINS & CO.,
U IMPORTERS /MY DEALERS IN a
CHINA, GLASS AND QI.TgENSWAR,
NO.-612 Maritei sfreet.Phi4dekk.icr. , -
Tor farber paitioulaka apply W S. S. SERYOCIE,
llEtai-tOLVS ' , OEN:C[INE PREPA=
IRATIONS.Da IP° ND FLUID EX
-Mkt-1' BUDItt, a"PtisitiVe and . Spbeifte Remedy
for Diseases of the Bladder, Kidneys, Gravel and
This Medicine increases ..the power of Digestions.
and excites the Absorbents into healthy action, by
which. the. Watery or Calcareous depoSittons awl' all
Unnatural . - Ehlargernents'are. reduced, as wen as
Pain and Inflammation, ' '
HEL3IBO.I4:PIS EXTRACT BUCHI7,
For Weaknesses from Excesses, Habits-dr
Dissipation; Earlylndiseretion or Abuse, attendtkL
with the - following symptoms' Loss
IndispoSition to Exertion,
Loss of Memory, Difficulty of Breathitt&
Weak Nerves, Trembling. .
Horror oF Disease, Wakefulness. '
Dimness of' Vision, Pain in tbe Back.
Univorgillawit4dd - of usettiat Srktem._
Hot Muds 7 - -,.'Flushing of tbe.-Md7.
- the S ,- , ,..• Ertiption tlitiFoe.
-- Coun'tettance. . '
Tbeigistioptobis. if allowed fo go_on. wbieltllliih •
rciedieitle•• utrariably rowi f fees,.edon Foliffws
'inzPoteneg; • rattiity - iiryi:EliikOttc,Fits,
in one of wkielfitlie.Patietit rimY.exPire.
Who con say..thatthey at* eot frequently followed
by those "Direful:Diseases ' • '
I ".lNSANt'i'tLdarptoligurrrioN." -
Many are aware ...tff the - ea - use of their sufferingi •
bufnone will confess._ - - - • -
TIIE 'RECORDS O,P -- -tHEINSANH ASYLV. - =:'• •
and Melancholy Death by Consumptiaa, bear star
plo witness to the Truth 011ie assertion.
The Constitution once affected with Oronnie Wok
req,uires` the fiid - of liedieine to Strengthen
and Invigorate thesystem.
Which - HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BIICIIU
variably, does. A Trial will eorivineethernostsktittK'
Heal. _ • • _ • '
FEMALES—FEMALES- - -FEMALE'S... .
In many Affections peculiar to Fcmole#THEEk-
TRACT -DUCH ris - unequaled by any otherremedr. '
as in Cbiorosis Retention. Irregularity, Painful
ness, or Suppression of Customary Evaeuatioptc.r.
Ulcerated or Seirrh2nif Stato of the Uterus. Lelii.or ,
Ilea or Whites, Sterility, andlor fill complaints iti- .
cident to theses, whether arisingfrom Indiscretion.
Habits of Dissipation. °rimthe
DECLINE OR CHANGE OF LIFE,
Take no more Balsam, Mereurp OP UnP/easuatlae-;
divines for' unpleasant and dangerou# !Mate; • ' -
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT, BUCHII AND. 17
PROVED ROSE" WASH - •:
CURES SECRET D'ISEASES,.
In all their stages, = At little expense, •
Little or no change in diet. No ineouvenienee.-.
: • no - ExPotture.-
It causes a frequent desire-and gives strength to
urinate, thereby Removing ObstrUctions, 'Prevent
ing and Curing Strictures of the Urethra, allaying
Pain and Inflammation. so frequent in this class of
diseases, and expelling all Poisonous, IN4easedanrl
tna-nout niatte;;. • . • I •
Thousands upon Thousands who have been the
Victims of Quacks, and-who-have paid heavy fees
to be euredin a short time. have found they were de-
ceived, and that the POISON has, by the use of •
powerful aßtringeuts, been dried up in the system.
to breakout in an aggravated form, and PF,R.H.APS4
AFTER MARRIAGE. - ' -
Use Helmbold's Extract Bacilli .for all affectionu
and. diseases of the URINARY ORGAlc,'S,wheth:-
er existing in MALE or.FEMALE, from whatever ,
cause originating, and nu, matter of HOW LONG -
Diseases of them Organs require, the aid of aDI- , -
URETIC. HEL.IIBOT.D'S EXTRACT BUCHU is
THE GREAT DIURETIC: and is certain to have
the desired effect in, all diseases for which it is /eo
Evidence of the most reliableandresponsiblecha- •
racter will accompany the medicine.-
PRICE $l.OO PER BOTTLE, OR SIX' 'OR' t5.00'
Delivered to any address, securely packed-from
Describe Symptoms in an Camatunacattont. - •
CURES GUARANTEED! ADVICE GRATIS'
Address letters for information to
"H. B. HELMBOLD, Chemist, ,
104 South Tenth SC. bel. Chestnut, Phils.' •
HELMBOLD'S Medical Depot,
HELMBOLD'S Drug and Chemical Warehouse
- = 594 'BROADWAY. IC _
• BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS AND UN
PRINCIPLED DEALERS who endeavor to dier.'
pose of their own and other articles on the reputek
tion attained by .
- Holmbold's Genuine Preparations,
Extract Baehr'. , .
" • - ". - Sarsaparilla.
ALL •DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE.-
A. TOR HELMBO.I,DW,. TAKE NO OTHER.
Cent out the adVertisenient and send for it. -
AND, AVOID iivuosrrroli AND EXPOSII4t
n 011,63 S.
H o S TETTE R
SIT -0 MAC 'II RITTER S.
A pure and powerful Tonic, doireetive and Altern!
alive, Of wonderful afrienny in diseases of the
STOMACH; LIVER AND BOWELS;
Cures Dyipepsia, Liver Complaint, Headache, Gen—
eral Debility, Nervousness, ,D,epression. of ,
'''tent Fever, Cramps, Spasms,
and all Complainti of either Sex ari• : - -
sing from Bcklily . trealitiess, whether inlie-.
~.. . -
rent in the system, .or prOdueed
by special causes.
Nothing that is not wholesome,, gonialandresth.P.:
ative in its nature enters lido the composition
HOSTETTER'S STOAIACII .111TT.T.8.: This Pet"
ular preparation contains n& Mineral of amikil;a,
no deadly botanical element:4 o "f eTY-ticitant.
. a combination of the etra t e.,,s of.rare balsamic.
herbs and plants with the paiest and tniltit;st„of - ,-+
It is well to be forearind amdrisfaieasO, and, ire
far as the human systein:eati.beproteeted bYhtitmazi
means, against maladic'eM4eridered by an nnwho!e
forne atmosphere,. impure wafer, and other ratrmal;
causes, 110STETTER'S 'BITTERS may - be ?diet!?
on as a safeguard. ' ;
In districts infected with FEVER-AND AGII/B
it has been found infallible as-a proventiie, and'
resistible as a remedy ; and • thousands who resort
to it under apprehension of an attack, - escape the
scourge; and thousands who neglect to avail them . -
selves of its protective finalities in advance, are
cured by a very brief cone of this mariellonsznii—
dicine. Fever and Ague patients after being Plied
fer months with quinine in vain; until fairly satura"-
tad with that dangerous _alkaloid, are not• tinfre;_
euently restored to health within a few days by the
use of HOSTETTER'S BITTERS. - - -
The weak stomach is mPidlyinvir,orated - and the;
appetite restored bY this agreeate Tonic; isndheace
it works wonders in cases --of Dyspepsia and
less confirmed forms of INDIGESTIGN: Acting
as a gentle and Painless ainrient, an Well -as npou
the Liver, it also invariably relieves the eONSTIPA
TIO'N superinduced by irre,gular action-of the dl-;
gestive and secretive orgaps
- Denims of feeble habit. - liablinto NERVOUS
T ACE,S, LOWNESS OF , EPIRITS, and TITS:OP t
LANGUOR, find prompt and permanent:a:lief froth
the Bitters. The testimony on this point in , zatts!:-
conclusive and from both-se-sex:
The agony of BILIOUS COLIC is immediateli -
assuaged by a single dose of thestimnlont. and . .by ,
occasiOn ally rcioreng to it, thhrettiiii of the corn.:
plaint may be prevented. ' • -
As _ a General Tonic HOSTETTER'S , BITTERS
produce effects which must-be miperiiiiceOF
nseil before they can be fully appreciated: ',ln ell
sesof CONSTITUTIONAL IVEAE,SESS. PREII7
-ATURE DECAY and DEBILITY and DECREP
ITUDE arisinv from ODD AGE i it , eseiciaes thip
_electric influence.... • „ . -
In the earivalsseeu tstagos of all, dist:ases ikopet.
ides it.. 4 a delightful luvigorant. 'When the powers
of nature artrelakel I opeiiitOto ro-inl,ree and
re-establish them. •
Last, but not least, it is TIIE ONLY SAFE STI
MULANT, beirig manufaoturett,frow salmi and
innocuous materials, and en tir ely.freefram.thu aci4 -
elements . present more or less in all tlO ,ardinati )
tonics and stomachtes of the d'aY..
No faMily medicine has been'sd
it may be,fruly added. tleserveil&Toillit'an"
ilftelligent portion ,o.f,ttlescnmunity,„m•llOETET- /
_ • • - : HOSTETTER *..•B2arri-
- • • • • • ; .
Sold by all tiruggista. Grocers and Storekeepers