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-Edo 2 0 '"-0 F I •N; G
ILOOFEVG 'Ready to nail down.
ROOFING more dbralde than Tin:
- • ROOFING at half the cost of Tin: •
- ' „, ROOFING for Stqm or Flat Roof.
CHUROIFES, , •
' • FOR FACTORIES,
' • FOR BARNS.
•-• • FOR. ALL BUILDINGS!
Thi s Roofring is made 4r. the heaviest -woven fab
ric overused for the purpose.—Manufactured solely
by ourselves and secured by Patent
- Put up in tolls and shipped to all parts of the
d i,^ m i try ; and usually for sale by hardware mereh
=Hz A l la builders. •
It tan be applied by any common' wortcman,
Ille also manufacture,
LIQUID puTTA PERCHA CEMENT,
.LEAKY TIN :ROOFS.'
CHEAPER THAN OIL PAINT.
-HEAVIER BODY. THAN OIL PAINT.
MORE DURABLE THAN OIL PAINT.
farms a permanently adhesive. elastic coating
oirertho whole surface of the tin, filling up all the
IZUST HOLES.. .7
And often-,saving the expense of a, now roof.
• "• OUR CO IPOTTN•D
'ffUTTA. PERCHA. CEMENT
• - is especially fulaptud to repairing
LEAKY SHINGLE ROOFS,
Thif is a thick. tenacious compound, applied with
a trowel or sitnilar instrument. and does not dry np
mnd crack, as do all other articles used for this pur
- ' CIRCULARS AM:, SAMPLES,
`Of die Rea/is Roofing; sent by mail when desired.
Liberal arrangements made 'withAeents.
READY ROOFING CO.,
t-ls 73 Maiden Lane, New York:
IaALTIMORE LOCK. HOSPITAL.—
J.J lir., JOHNSTON, the' founder of this Celebrat
ed Institution, offers the most certain. speedy, and
Only-effectual remedy in the world for Gleets, Struc
tures. Seminal Weakness, Pain in the Loins, Con
stitutional Debility: Itnpotenee, Weakness of the
Bs& and Liuilys, Affections of the Kidneys, Palpi
tation of the heart. Dyspepsia. , :5.7 ervous
Diseases of the Head, Threat, Nose or 81:in:
and all those serious and melancholy disorders ari
sing from the destructive habits of'Youth. -which
deStroy both body and mind. These secret and soli-'
Cary practices are more filial to _their victims than
the song of the Serena to the mariner lilyssua,•
Wetting their most brillianthopesi, or 4cticipations
rendering marriage, S:c., impossible.
YOUNG MEN. •
Yoting , ken especially ; who have become the vie
tins of Solitary Vies, that dreidfulandilestructive
habit which annually sweeps to an untimely grave
thousandsof young men of the most exalted talent
and brilliant intellect. who might otherwise have
entranced• listening. Senates with- tho thunders of
eloquence, or waked to eestacy theiliving lyre ; may
(NI with fill confidence. .
Married persons, or young men contemplatingot
marriage, being aware of physicalwealmers. organ
ic debility, deformities; &e., should immediately
consult Dr. Johnston.
Ile who aces himself under the care di:ly. Johns
ton may ri3ligionsly confide in his honor as a gentle
, map, and confidently rely upon hiv skill as a physi
cian. • ORTUNIO WEA4NESS I
MgEDIAThLY'CURRD tND FULL mos nESTORED.
This disease lithe penalty most frequently paid by
those who have become the 'victims of improper in
dulgenima. Young 'persons are tdo apt to commit
exo.esSc.sirom not being aware of the dreadful conse-,
qtumeestnat may enstie. Now, who th at understands '
tile tutbjOot will pretend to deny that the power of
Prbereation is lost sooner by those falling into impyo
per habitthan by theprudent:: Besides beingdeprtv
e&O thpyreasure of itealthy offspring, and the most
serious and destructive sympathy to mind and body
arise. 'The.system becomes deranged, the physical
and mental powers weakened, nervous debility; al's
pepsia„pal_pttation of the heart, indigestion, a wast , .
rug of tho frame, cough. symptoms of consumption.
• .opce No. 7, South Frederick Strect i ,
seven doois from. Baltimore street, Eastside, up the
.steps. • Be particular in observing the name and
number, orea will mistake the place.
.1:Th'•• A CURE WARRANTED IN TWO DAYS.
No Mercury or Nowleous Drugs
Member of the Royal 'College of •Surgenns. London
gradimte from one of the most eminent Colleges of
the United States, and the greater part of whose
life has been spent in the hospipals of London, Paris
Philadelphia and elsewhere, has effected some of ,
the most astonishing cures that were over_ known.
Many tiedibledyith ringing in the head and ears
when asleep., great nervott , ness, being alarmed at
sudden - sounds, and bashfulness, with frequent
blushing, attended sometimes with derangement of
wind,-were - cured immediately.
- A CERTAIN DISEASE!
When the misgnided and imprudent votary of
pleasure find he has imbibed the seed of this pain
ful disease, it too often-happens that au ill-timed
scuseof 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 disemye
make their appearance, such as ulcerated sore
throat, di.stursed dose, nocturnal pains in • the head
and klmbs t ilimnestrof sight, deafness, nobs on the
shih,'boties and. arms, blotches on the head ; face
and mitred:Ries, Trogressing with frightful rapidi
ty. till ntiast the palate of the mouth or the bones
of the nose fall in and the victim of this awful di
sease becomes a horrid object .of commisseration,
till death huts period to his dreadful sufferings,
sending him to — that bourne from whence no
traveller returns." To such, theretbre, Dr. Johns
ton pledgeSitimsblf to preserve the most inviolable
secrecy; and'frOni his extensive practice in the first
flospitsia of Turope and -America, he can confident
ly recommend a safe and speedy cure to the unfor
tunate victim of this-horrid disease.
Itis a melancholy fact that thousands fall victims
to thierhotrid - disease owing to the unskillfulness of
;iglorant pretenders who by use of that dreadful
poison, Mercury. ruin the constitution. and either
send ,the unfdrtunate to an untimely grave,orMake
the residue of life miserable.
TAKE PARTICIAAR NOTICE!
Dr. addifisses those who' have injured them
selves by private and improper indulgences.
These are some of the sad and melancholy effects
produced by early habits of youth, via:—Weakness
of the... Back. and-Limbs, Pains in the Ilea& Dimness
of Sight, LOW.; 'of Muscular Power. -Palpitathin of
the Ilearti- Dyspepsia, Nervous Irritability, Der
angement of the Digestive Function% General De-
LiittY. SYnipteras of Consumption. Sze.
Masssi,J.T., -the fearful. effects on the mind I are
much to be dreaded; logs of Memory, confusion of
Idetts.;4 Deprmsion . of Spirits, Evil 'Forebodings,
Atcrsion to Society, Self-Distrust, Love of Soh
tude, ST., are scone of the evil effects.
Thopsands of-persons of all ages can now judge
what is the came of their declining health, leasing
theijirigor;beeltmingweak, pale, have singular aP
pdaranee abou4the eyes, ccru,gh. and -symptoms of
DR. dOIDISTON'S INVIGORATING REMEDY
FOR ORGANIC WEAKNESS. - •
By thm — great , mid important remedy. Weakness
of the Orgasmis speedily eared, and fall vigor res
&red. • .
Theiiimnds of the most nervous and debilitated,
who had lost 411 hope, hive been immediately re
lieved: Ali Impediments to Marriage, Physical or
Mental Disqualification. Nervous Irritability,
f. Y-Iftersibling4 Weakness or Exhau.stion of the most
'fearfolicincl, speedily cured by Dr. Johnston.
•'• YOUNG MEN,
who have injnred themselves by a etirfain practice..
indulged in_whenalotte—a habit frequently learned
from eta companions, or st-seheol, -the effects arc
• nightly felt, even when asleep, and. if not cured
rendenrearringe ossibl e, and destroys both mind
..and body, should apply immediately. • ,-
, What a ray' :find a young man, the hope of his
country, theslarling, of hisparents, should besnateh
ed from rail pro.Srmefis and onjoymentsofilfe, by the
consequence - of-deviating from the path of nature,
and indulging:in a, certain secret habit. Such per
sons. before contemplating
• MARRIAGE • •
should reflect that a,sound mind and body are the
most nesettiry requisites to promote'connubial
happiness: Indeed,: without these, the Journey
through Gfcbccotph a weary pilgrimage, the pros
pect bourlyslarketis to the views the mind becomes
shadovied with, desriair, and filled with the-melon
- choly reflection, that the happiness of-another be
_ comes blighted•withqstiforrn.
OFFICE No. 7 'SOUTH FREDERICK STREET,
,; TO STRANGERS.
M „ .
The any Choi:lean& cured at this Institution in:
- the lastfifteen_years; - nn4 the numorous imPortant
iSargical Operations performed by Dr. ,T, N otn e ssm
by the revorters'ofthe papers,And many other-per
sons, nottces of which have antteared again and
eosin before the - public:is a sufficient guarantee to
the afflicted. . . • . , • • ' „
N. 8. - The're'ireim - cony ignorant and worthless
quacks ndvertiting themselves as PhyliffelaneVutir'
lug the health of the already afflicted, Or. Johns
ton deems it necessary to say to those unacqUainted
with his reputation, that; his •Dipionua bang in his
lArt letters'inust Ve post. paid,
sad-contain ` pdstato stitaagh for thb , 4nnly. n nP
wowert.Wiliitto':eat. ;. • iblarl6-ir
Grocctiro t .-4tr,
0 T - C • E
C.1.4,-,WICKS WHOLESALES' Ai - ND
VI retails Goods as low as auy Jobbing Htinse in
fIELWICKS KEEPS EVERY .ARTI
vA cle in the Grocery and Provision line ; also
hundreds of other article not belonging to the Gro
cery business, all of whioh he offers cheap.
A T GELItICK.S' CHEAP -STORE IS,
;LA_ tho.bost place to go fur Greiin and Black Tress:
A T GELWICKS' WHOLESALE AND
-1 - 1. Retail Store yottean see the largest assortment
of Sugars, Syrups and Molasses in town.
O ELWICKS WUOLESALES AND
A..JI Rejnils the beet Kerosene Oil for the least
money; also Sperm. Whale, Coal and Lubricating
D ERSONS WISHING- TO BUY - TO..
bane° and Setters, either wholesale or Teta,
will find a large stOck audehoise brands at Gelwicks'
LIOR GOOD. PURE, FRE'SII GROUND
and ling-round Spieee: Ricking Articles and
Baking Mulasses,qo to , Ide
aELNUCKS, HAS 'THE L A:RGEST
of H(1,74.9, Bacon and' Salt in
the place. aid sells a low figures.
.11ELWIQKS BUYS AND S RL - L'S
J! every description of Goods, Produce anotar
CiELWICKS 'HAS JUST RECEIVED
I._.A a fresh supply of _
Prime Cheese, 'Fresh - Crackers,
Pepper Sauce, Tomato Catsup.
" Pepper, Allspice, &c.
AT GELIVICS YOU CAN SEE A
very ]nrg© assortment 'of ITrushes, Brooms,.
Buckets, Cords, Twines, Matches, Shoe Blacking, &o
aELWICKS SELLS THE AMERICAN
lA Excelsior Coffee" at 20 cents per pound, the bent
substitute for Coffee in the market, and ground Rio
Coffee at 95 cents per pound; also strictly pure.rider
Vinegar. „ . apl3-tf
tobarett attb cgar .
0 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 at J. II."JACOBS'.
Buying your Tobacco at J. D. JACOBS'.
Prime Navy Tobacco atls to SO ets.
Prime Cavendish Tobacco at 80 etc. to
Prime Flounder Tobacco at 75 to 90 ets. -
Prime Congress Tobacco at 00 to SO etc.
_ Prime Twist Tobacco at 75 to ti) eta.
JACOBS sells Old Virginia Sweet Cavendish
JACOBS sells Old Virginia Plain Cavendish
J ACOI.BS3vII Virginia Twist. •
JACOBS gelis Old Virginia Smoking Tobacco.
JACOBS' Michigan Fine Cut Chewing Tobacco,
Cannot be Equaled..
Cannot be Equaled.
.TACODS' Segurs are superior to all.
JACOBS' Swats arc superior to all.
Ile &ells his own ruannfaeturinF.
Pipes 1 -3 4ie.;:Iiie'erscli : iiPipes, Brier Pipes,
Box Pipes, Mahogany Pipes.. Apple Pipes,-,
Cherry Pipes, India Rubber Pipes, Clay Pipes. ap4
other pipes. Pipe in and pet your Pipes, Segars and
Tobacco at J. D. JACOBS'. - Ifiiii"Street, Chambers
burg. - inn:??-Iy.'
- VEW ',TOBACCO AND 'SEGAR
..... STORE.--.TalrrEE CITIZEN'S' OF CHASlcEnsurnri
ASP VidINITY The undersigned baying; been com
pelled to leacc Virginia on account of his Union
sentiments, has conic autohrint - to establish a bus
iness, hoping from his long etnerience, and by close
attention, he kill meet with a generous support.—
His stock will consist of all the best brands of TO
BACCO AND SUGARS, which he }vill sell as cheap
as can be had any where in town. —Don't forget the
place. sign of the "little Virginia ni - irr," opposite
the Franklin Hotel; next door to Shryoek's Book
Store:S , ortli-east 'cornet of the Diamond.
iunl ,13. C. 11. BUSH.
rim-1E A RgY OF THE I' O,T 0 IgA C
now order all their Tobaceo,SegarB. Pines. &LI.
fitotuJ, J). JACOBS. They know Jacobs'. setts the
best and cheapest. • . jan27-IY. •
. TUST RECEIVED—A fresh supply of
el Michigan Fine Cut Chwing.Tobacca
jan27-Iy. - D. JACOBS!.
!TOBACCO AND SEGAIZS —A laite
gI assortment of Chewing and Smoking Tobacco
and Segars, just received and for nti c at
BOYD'S Grocery Store.
RGE A.SSORTMENT OF •.TO
BACCO and_ SEGARS„at wholesale or retai
at - " ;SHAFER & STUART'S-.
, • . - .
nit. 'JOHN )IONTO - 031EitY- will ~
if tend promptly, to all calls in his line. Office
on Main Street, next deaf to the Eagle Hotel, and
nearly opposite the residence of the Hon. Geinge
Chambers.. jun 17,63.•
rR. J.. C.' RICHARDS, will attend .
proiniftly to all calls m his lino. Office on
Main Street. noxt door to Spangler'B Drug Store.
OFFICE Nouns.—grom.7 to irn. U.; 12 to 2 and 6
P. M. , , - jrtnl7,63.
DR. SAMUEL G. LANE' has resumed
the PRACTICE OF MEDICINE in Chinn
bersburg. Office on Queen street; a, few doors East
of Wallace's Store. " apl3-tf
CIHEAP CHAIR•AND CABINET
,WARE ROOMS.—=The subscriber infortnii the
public that ho continues the manufacture of the va
nous. articles. of FURNITURE in • his line, at his
Shop. on Main Street, three doors South, of Huber
& Tolbert's Hardware Store. Hehas always on hand
or is prepared to manufacture on thd shortest no
tice, Spring Seats, Caneßottem,and Windsor Chairs,
Sofas, Plain and Fancy, Tables, Bureaus, Dressing'
and Common Wardrobes. WashiStands.ilook Cases,
and Bedtteads. VENITIAN' BLINDS' got up in
the best style.. - •
Particular attentionaid to HUSE PAINTING
AND PAPER HANGING, and entire satisfaction:
in every instaneogtiaranteed. • •
' REPAIRING of all kinds; in his line of himiness,
;prornntly attended to, at moderato prices, •
, ,13 NDERTARINO.—Ravin the Hearse
-.7 Mr.' Win: Flory; deo% he is able to attend Fano-,
rale and manufacture Coffins, at the shortest notice,
'of-Cloth. -Walnut or , Cherry. A LaYer=otit will bo
in attendance, . .
'1201,63=-1y. 7 . JOE.TAIi R-130)10.1f/E.LD.
avyet,R - ttg - wEroLE§4k,tin
N-A • - , ' RETAIL -'• •
SHAFEIt & STUART
Irotrai'uEspixTPti,LY CALL THE ATTENTION 'OP THE
citizens of Clitoiabersbuth and. vicinity
• TO TITLE VARRIED AND ENTENSIFE AS.
editT3lF4slT OF •
_ „ .
Fresh - Fruit, ,
; '- •,. Queensware,
and a general Stock of -
Miscellaneons Articles, _
which they are noWoffering; and constantly
ing from New York, Philadelphia, and Baltimore;
at • their Store-Room. on Mein street, opposite Huber
Tolbert's Hardware Store.
Itis their intention to keep such an assortment as
thudemands of this community require. They have
the best facilities for the purchase of goods, on the.
most nAvantegeous terms. and having their own cars
on the Road, andmme of the firni being almost con,
scantly in the city, affords them every - advantage in
the shortest time, and at less
expense than usual, which enables them ,to sell
VERY LOW FOR CASH
of all grades. from the,highest to the lowest price,
by the barrel, sack orAlround. "- •
°. SYRUPS AND MOLASSES, -
by the Hogshead, Barrel or retail for family use.
SUGAR CURED HAMS,
COARSE AND - FINE SALT;
FISH AND CHEESE,
at citywholesale ptices. '
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
firocery line as cheap as can be purchased in the
Eastern cities.. SHAPER• & STUART; Main St.
The highest price paid in cash for country pro
duce, or taken' in exchange for goods.
u T S, S
I Oranges and Lemons)
Turkey Figs; •
Malaga Figs., •
'Split Pens, = •
Walnut Catsup, •
' Mushroom do
Baker's , Choeoln te;
ex pres.ly for family use,
Beans, Pickles. -
Chow Chow Pickles, •
Cauliflower - do
Mixed - do .
Coleman's Mustard, •
for sale at SIT
TIAMILY GROCERY STORE.
'E. C. BOYD
having purchased the Groceiy Store of Thomas Met
calf, on Main Street, opposite Grove's Hotel, takes
this method of informing> the ohE patrons of the
house, and the public generally, that he is opening
a varied assortment of
which he is prepared to offer at the loyest cash pH-
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 WHIT 1. SUGAR,
SYRUPS AND MOLASSES
FRUIT, SPICES, lac.,
such as Oranges and Lemons, 13tmelt Raisins. Seed
less Raisins, Prunes, 'Currants. Citrons. Fits: 'Wal
nut and Tomato Catsup. Chocolate, Mace, Ginger,
Nutmegs, Macaroni. Mustard, and every article
usually found in a Uricery Store.
D:BEIDEL M A N,
. WHOLESALE GROCER AND
- PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 703 MARKET and 2 N. 7th ST
Invites the attention of merchants to his large and
well risorted stock of Sugars. Syrups. Ter s and Cof
fees, all of which will be sold at the lowest market
rates. Country buyers and sellers will find it to
their advantage to L give him a call.
Price currents containing - All the varieties of the
market to he had of S. S. S.IIRYOCK, Chambers;
R 0.0 M S, BRUSHES,
. • Soap,,,
Hooks and t yes, and every article asually sound in,
a Variety Store at• , . BOYD'S, •
Main Street, opposite Grove's Rotel.
--.,..,._ . ...._,,
F •l ' ° - 1.1 R , - .H - .0 M I N Y,
Corn meal,, Potatoes,
. Bacon.. , Cider Vinegar,
Beans, Popper Sauce.
- Rice, Lard, Pickles,
at BOYD'S Grocery Store. -.
Water Craokers, Afatelles. Stove Polish, Es-
ESITICC of Coffee. Indigo, Starch. Shoe Blacking. Sil
ver Sand, &c., for sale tit BOYD'S Cheap Groeerr.
AMILY FLOUR, B CKW ti EAT
and CORN MEAL by the barrel Dr in Finall
quantities for sale at SRAFI';R & STUART'S.
TIRES - if rE:ISH 'AND OYSTERS RE
CEIVEDLavery week at
E I) . I\. C A
KUNKLE'S BITTER WINE OF - IRON,
A pure aid Powerful Tonic, Corrective and altera
tive. of wonderful efficacy in diseases of the
STOMACH, LITER and BOWELS. ,
• Cures •
- Liver Complaints, •
sion of Spirits, Constipation, In
termittent Fever. Acidity of the Stem
'ach, Nausea. Heartburn, Disgust for Food,
Fullness or Weight in the Stomach, Sinking or
Fluttering at tho Pit of the Stomach, Swimming of
the Head. Difficult Breathing, 'Yellow Head.
Pain in the Side, Back. Chest, and Limbs,
• will cure every case of Chronic or Ner
vous Debility, Diseases of the Kid
neys and Diseases arising from •
a disordered Stomach. .
Good for Male or
Female, Old Or ,
Theinost beneficial medicine known; gives bettei
satisfaction and cures more iliseases_than any :
- other preparation offered to the public.
This truly valuable Tonic has been so thoroughly.
tested by all classes of the community, that it is now
deemed ind . ispensible as a Tonic siedicine. It costs
but little; awes tone to the stomach, renovates the
system and prolongs life.. We now only-ask a trial_
of this valuable Tonic. _ • . .
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS. ""al: •
Prennred and sold , wholesale and• retail by S. A.
XPNREL 8c , 8R0..118 Market st„ Harrisburg.
-For sale in Chambersbnrg by 3. S. NIXON, and
by DraiAtiats and, Dealers everywhore. :niayll-6ai
Pineapple , Pres'vs,
Hard Shelled do
English Walnuts, '
Buckets, • - -
leant - Hes,
Indigo, - - •
AFER S STITABP'S.-
sin Street. near Queen.
',::ltlattartire i 4tutliti l :kr;:'
lijV CH- A: N S.A E,
subscribqrzesnecifullypiformshls friend Saba
the public, that he eontjanes to, carry onithe . above
hnsiness . ,.at his old stand, on Main Stieet, opposite
thh,German 11 forined,Chuveh. ;, , ,
CHAMBER B,H . R,G, PA.
- Hiving enlarged his business, Saddlers and pach- :
intker.9 will find in his Store Room a general assort-
mint' of 'goods' stilted in their Several regtiireMents,
•.. • .
such as . -
Pair and Country Tfogsitins. ' -
. Pntent Leather, \ ; - -
- , - Saddle Trees aril Girthini.
Gig: Tree:, Full Plated, Tinned and Japanned:- Goat
Bair. Straining Web, odd Worsted Rain, ,
Web, linverthan , Cotton: ..
- -• ,
Flames, • - , , , - - -..,- •
.. .... Plated,-
Tinned and . •
ni4;; Hub Hands; c
Fronts: Rosaates, and• Oina
_ - - trairtents;' Iron_ Plnte'd' stnii
• - Wivdtilin• lintries; -•
BILCK,LEg- , -B.RASS,- SIVIThR ANI7I
JA P 4 NE D ,
all Styli* and Patterns; Ivory td Wooden Mar
tingal Rings, Stump Joints, and u4,arie
ty, of other goods suits- ,
hie for the trade.
AtT:II.I.NDS OF &me With
tui4,63 l tf. Chamber burg, Pa.
II • 'A :R D W.. - - A R .E R.E.
SMITH 41. RICHARDSON.
611 Market Street, Phitadelphia • •
J. FRED. SMITH. ' - CHAS. SICHA.IIDSON.
The undersigned. Nioeld respectful call the at
tention of COUNTRY MERCHANTS to their'
large autlyell selected stock of • ,
11A.R.DINARE. A L •
having made special .arraogements for the Fall
Trade, we flatter ourselves NV,e can. offer inducements
to purchasers that will fully remunerate: the trouble
of examining our stock. We ask but trial, to dOn
wince the Country, Trade that we axe prepared• to
sell low and accommodate.
Our stock of Tutde and Poeket Cutl cry is unusually
large, selected with care, add including avariety..of
styles that cannot hut suit all tastes. ,
.I,Vo hayo constantly on hand a large assortment of
Building Hardware, . ..
Tools ,_Cutlery, - -
* - Filu,. Tool Boxes,- -
' * and Chests, ,
,Saddlers and • • , •
Serowe, and Haiti
every thing in short pertaining to a first class Hard ,
-. . -
• Particular attention paid to Country orders, ;It is
ur aim to secure the confidence of our customers.
and to this end, we art particular in filling orders to
give the hest, and as cheap 1.14 , though the customers
were busing in person. I Give us a trial. •
REF F.RENCES. - J, K. Shryock, Esq., A. K. .MeClue,
L. B. Eyster, Chambershurg. •
SMITH & RICHARDSON. .
au5,63-tf. • - till Market St., Philadelphia,
•'L. B EYSTER -
would respectfully inform his friends and the nublly
generally, that in connection with his
KEROSENE OIL AND LAMP STORE, ••• -
ho has commenced the HARDWARE business, at
his new Store Room, one dear North of Sol. Hu
ber's Grocery. His stock consists of the following,
articles, viz: •
Building Hardware,. ' •
House Furnishing Goods,
- Table and 1- Pocket.CuticrY,
5 'O , -3.llschanicit`Tools., ' , . •
, • Nails by the small or keg.
Farming Utensils, such as
Potato - Lifters,. •
Also, Miss, Paints, 33enaole,,
LinsP,(l, Kerosene and Lubricating Oils,
,Lamps of all descriptions. - ' •
- Chandeliers for G)lsandkerosene,
Fruit Jars, best quality. etc.
Ageiit for the Sale 'of EVANS WATSON'S Fire
Proof safes., ltrlD,63 tr. •
stock of _good:
\Call and 0:
offeicd , for CI
W E.—The public are in
call and ekomine our -extensivo stock
Cutlery, AT. We keep on hand a.large
ain our line, 'composed partly of the
ds, which we offer very cheap.
Tiles,- i Looking Glasses.'
Rasps; Farm Bells.
Mists, - Springs: Axles,'
Glass, Boot Trees,
Chains, Slineinaker's 'Kit
Whips, , Saddlees„Toolsi
Bolts, = " Trimmings,
Sews. - Coffin Trimmings
Brushes, , , Grindstones, •
- Hames, • ' Cedar Ware, '
Shovels, Blasting Powder
Rakes., Shot, Lend;
Spades., Pocket, I(nivei.
amine:our Stock, Special inducements
h. J 021,63,1 13RAND ltz FLACK.
H ARDWARE AND CUTLERY
W. W.,K.NRIIIT & SON,:
Intl-1611.75, and : _ Dealers ,in
AMERICAN, ENGLISH AND GERMAN
509 Commc're s e
pet-wool :50:v t,n(l6th and Market and Arai Sts
!ka5,63-tf. • • - „ ,
121VIAN,D ERLICH -13 c
nY - VbiorriTtMNG AND COSIIIIISSION MnannAiTs,
North f coon d Street, eppoiit et the C natbculand 3a l
loy'RairriPid Depot, Chambersburc, Pa.
Camrun regularly to andlrom Philadelphia "tindf
_Baltimore. -, •
AGENTS.-=-Peneock, Zell Nu.' 8413'
Market St.. Philadelphia.
Lykens Valley, Broken E - gg and Nut COAL, (di
rect from the mines). Wilkesbarre and' Pine Grovo
FOUNDRY COAL, LUMBER. SHINGLES. SALT.
'FLOTER and Hantocle 'CEMENT, kept coma:lnt
ly 010mnd. FLOUR, GRAIN and PRODUCE of
all kinds purchasealt the highest cash prices.
Sept 9,63 - , , WUNDERLIGH &
N"r- Ait G.E EN T
• '• FBEIGIIT THROUGH Tp NEW YORK. PITtiORT
TRANSHIPMENT. The rindersignedisquild respectfully'
inform the public, that they are prepared to ship all
kinds of Produce, Merchandise. - ?from Charn
bersburg and -Greencastle to New York; without
•trunshipment, atni'deliver it at New York as quick
as it cap be delivered in Philadelphia,
The attention of , lilillors and Shippers is respect
fully invitedle this new arrangement. For farther
information inquire of-
DEITZ & MeDGWELL, Agents,
Taos. L. GILLF:SPIE% - JACOB ZtA.BII.
GILLESPIE, ZELLER At CO.,
PRODUCE PROVISION 'MERCIIA:NTS
AND WHOLESALE GROCER S
North-West corner or Sixth rind Market ts.:Phil
adelphia. r • Market.
BARLOW'i INDIGO BLUE;
Dealers and Consumers of the above i 3
waah filue, will please take notice that 'the Labehir
are altered to read "INDIGO BLUE . Pat up. at,
ALFRED WILTBERGER'S Drag Store, No. 231
North Second Street,-Philadelphia" The quality,.
of-this Blue will' be the Sarno iu every:respeot.
It is warranted to cosier more water than twice
the same•quantity oflndigo,and to go munhfurther.
than any.other Wash Blue.in- the - market. It• dis
solves perfectly clear, and does not.settle- on. the
clothes as most of the Ether makes do- One'Box
dissolved in,a half pint of water will make,u.sgood
a liquid bin as any that is inside, at one-third the
cost. , • , . „
As it is retailed at the same Price as
the Twits- -
tibns and inferior articles, housekeeperswill -Buda
very muchto their advantage to ask for that:p a t on
All Blue put lap .after this date with At t ntow's.
name on it is an imitation. • • -
The new label does oot moire a steno: il'orealit:
biStorektwiterikittinerany; • 3017-43 m.
_attorings at Rain.
ER • C 0.0 K ATTORNEY AT • LAW,
Chamber--burg, Pa. Office in firs.llard'sßuil
tlinnS, directly onyoSito the Court House. •
Having had official - connection With, the Provost
Marshal's' Office. he offers his services to drafted
merlin the lfith , Cong.ressionalDistriet, claiming ex
emption from Military serwseh under the law, or for
physica causes,: and lopes from hits ex.perience and
strict attention to bitsiness ,to satisfythose intrust
ing.hint with their ewes. Persons from abroad can
receive advice and hayetheir cases prepared 133 - cor
respondence.. -•- •
1-Reference can be had - ;to the Board of Enrolnient
Of the 16th District, Hon. A. K. McClure Hon:
JanaesNill. Chanthersbftrt, and Hon.-Ed. McPher
son. Clerk House of Representatives. jan27.
ITASTINGS GEHR, Attorney at. Law
attdGen ral Ci;iim Agent. ilißice---.Market at..
East of ;the Court Honse,•Chainbersburg,-Pn. His
long experience in Washington has ,given him un
usual facilities for becoming thtirougilly acquainted
with the business in the different Departroents.7.-7
Haring res.urned his position in 'the- War Depart
ment, he is`now prepared to attend to all business
entrusted to his care. Army and Navy Pensions,
Bounty and Arrears of Pay obtained for Soldiers,
their Widows or heirs. ap6...tf
ENNEDY ..& NlLL.—law PABT
.srmseir.—The undersigned have associated
themselves in the practice of the Law-in the several
Courts of Franklin County. Office on Market St.,
in the room heretoforeoccupied by T. B. Kennedy.,
N. B. KENNEDY.
tjunl7..,j k , : T. T. NILL.,
:F. S. STrItRATGFI. - JCIAT: STRWART.
STUDIBAUGH & ST.EWART, A,TroR
HEYS AT 'LAW, Chambersburg, Po.. give their
undivided attention to the practice of 'theft profes
sion. - , '
John Stewart, Agent for pfoeuring Bounty money,
•Pensions, and An•carages of Pay. ' • •
Office‘ hi the 'room lately occupied by Min - . Wilson
Reilly. 'on - Market Street,
,opposite the Court House.
.. . . . . .
M. W. S. STENGER, -4.TTOR 7
A• - 'T
11 T. ChaMber , bU - Pa. Pa. COlleC-
G r .-YE„s&A .
lections promptly attended to. W. S; Stenger: Dis
trict 'Attorney, and:Agent for procuring Pensions,
Ilounty money.. and :knew's of Pay. Officein Frank
lin Minding, 3cl door from the corner. • jun 17,63.
'S. EVtRETT, ATTORNEY AT
C.. LAW. Office in Mrs. Bard's divelling, di
rectly opposite the Court House, CharnberSburg, Pa.
Will practice in-the severalrourts of Franklin and
Fulton ,Counties. -Al! legal bu.sinees entrusted to
his care will receive prOmpt attention, iun17,61,,
JAPD'OWELL SHARPE,., ATTORNEY
. AT TAW, Charnhenburg, Pa. 'Office in Mrs
Bares Buildings, directly opposite the Court Rouse.
(); SEILHAMER; ATTOIZNEY AT
.._LAN;Cha,mbiTsbura, Pa. Offico, Main St.
above Queen, in the room formerly occupied by S.
Roisher. Esq. ' Ranl7,63.
L. S. CLARK, ATT9IINEY ,LAW,
has removed his:office a few doors Eastof his
former location, on Market Street, South side. ,
riALyIN m..DUNCAN. ATTORNEY AT
V _Lyn:. Oleo : on Market Street,: in. Lawyer's
- ROW, opposite the Court House. jun 41,63.
- Tilos. L. FLETCHER, ATTORNEY •AT
A iv, Chambersburg,Pa'. Office on, Erist Mar
ket St., nearly oppeAte the Cciurtlfonse. , Jun 17,63:
A. LEX., K. M'CLURE I :ATTORNEY AT
1.1- LAW, Chambersburg ; Pa t : Officein,the Frank
lin Repository Buildings. , •_. jun 17,63.
D_ BATS-ON ROWE, ATTORNE'Y AT
• LA W.' Greencastle . ,',Pa., -5ep30,63.
Vats, Laps • ,Sttab3 Onto
p,F.COND ARRIVAL OF
Istevr Styles and Goad Qualities at Low -Prßiab-.
I.lla now selling certain qualities of
Straw Goods at Old Prices. ,
Call und'see '
that I am deterlllined to
keep up the ieputtltioh of tke•Old Stied,
'4 - s-'eheit.per than Elie Cheapest."
D E C'ltE T
has 'removed to his Yewtore Boom,
four doors South zot the' Diamond,
in the Roduit lately occupied by A. J. White.
• • CharnhersbuTg. Pa.
, • •
I)EMOVAL.—From 03 Market Street
teihelarge IRON BUILDING, 513 Market and
51l) Commerce Streets, Philadelphia.
hlore'Gaode'than an)i House in the United States.
11,.- F.R.A.N.CISC US, •-
513 MARKET AND 510 COMMERCE S-TS. 4
keeps the Largest Stock' in the United'StatAis of
Buckets. Brooms, Tubs. Churns, „, -
Baskets, Brushes, Mats, Measures,
Clocks, Lookiiig-Glasses, Oil Cloths 'arid -•
' Carpets, Window Shades and Pa Per,
Bird' Cages, ;Jupan ' Ware and Whips:
' , Also—Cotton Batting.. Wadding,
Twintm; Wicking; Ropes in 'Coils -
and Dozens, Cotten Yarns,
' Cotton and" Linen -Carpet-Chain.
Our prices -Will average Lower: than amilother
House in the city. Call and see for yourselves.
For further particulars apply to S. S. 3 BIIRYOCK,
Chambersi. irg. .
' EIVEMIILr .
CENTRE "WOOLEN FACTORY.—The
subscribers -respectfully inform their friemist
and the rublie generally, that they have leased the
abbve named Factory one Mile north-West, of Charato
beisburg. (bust known as llorsi's ractory) fora term,
of yeats; where they intend to manufheture Cloth:
Sattinet,kßlanketsi. Flannels and Catp_etie_g from
theftedete olYarn: Country Carding and Fulling
attended to.Also—zkadigo• blue;. and fancy _dying,
dtine toerd et'. laving added a number of new ma
; chines to their Factory ~ t hey arenow prepared todo
- work in the hest style and hope to be able to rendert
geheml satisfuetitm to allr , who may faVor wird'
their custom. - r
Aitar WOOL left at the Stores of J. G. Elder and
B. •Fohl, in St. Thomes Jas. D . Scott, in Bridge
port; and - at the - I:louse of 11. Embich, on ErnaAlin
,Chambersburg, wilt be called 'for every two
weeks and returned when finished.,
junels-3m . • _ H. EMBIO-R
HENRY SIERT:II. 'l, • ' rAdois cbovEst.
F,At'E , C-0 E R ;
• West Queen Strict, Cha'mbersburg, - Pa, -
Would resp e otfully inform the cl tisiniS of %lamb eid
barg and surrounding country,
_that they are, pre
pared to attend to the Undertakingin "'Hits various
branches, from the - Laying, Out or Porpsbscto their
'final digpositioji. They+ halm facilities which en
ables 'them to make to order.COFFINS :of taw de
soriptiOn at the 'shortest notice awl on reasonable
XEY- Funerals attended in torrn'And. qoUntry, , .
orderiPleft Otthe well-kn Oven
Furniture and Chair, establikraent.of ,11:Sierer, on
West Queeri Street, receive' prompt tittentloN
- junels .• ; ' • - " r! , • '
711)ENSION, BOUNTY --MO] WAR
CLAIM AGEIsTCY..7-Pensions Procured for
iMidiers of the present - war who' are disabled 'by
reason of wounds reeeixed.:or.diseasto ,enniraemd,
while in the service` of that/rifted States • a l la, Pen
dens. 4104 .tiountY, and Arreert otRaY ettainedlor
Widows or heirsot those who . have died , or beets
rkilled:whibiitittervidel /Xi 01M ,
mar9-1y), - Claim Agentqqhambersbnrg.
DIG ST IV t G — Ad`r
are cured by
ROCiFI4.4I - GERkfAtT
THE.GREAT STRIINGMNG TONIC.
- These Bittershave performed more Cures!
Have and do glinlietter satisfaction!, '
Have more'testimony I
HOOFLAiSiIYS GERTsfAIi BIY rrltg
Have more respectable people fo vouch for.thothill
Than any other article in the mrirlset-..
We defy' any one tecontradiet this assertion, and
PAY S - 1.4.00
To any one who will produce a certificate published'
by us, thOt is not genuine.
WilLeure every COS° Or - •
Chtonio or Nervous Debility. Diseppes of the
•. neys, and Diseases arising , from a
• • .•„ Disordered Stomach: •• • • • -;4;:-•.
Observe Late following Symptom..l,- resulting:from ,
" Disorders of the Digestive Organs: .
• ;;;,; -1 - Kr
Constipation. Inward" Piles, ;Fullness or Bkieff to
. the Head. Acidity of the "NStomach, ttlata.
Heartburn, Disgust for Food. Full-
•- , ness or Weight in the Stom- - - 1;
apt], • Sour ErtiotEr
'; • ;lions, Sinking , '
or•Flnttering at the-• - ;s", •I
" -pit of the'Stonufeh".""Swiga- -
- fining of the head, Hurried and •
cult Breathing, Fluttering at. the Heart,.
Chokigg or SuffoesttntrSensatlons *host-in &
• , posture. Dimness of Vision, Dots or Webs,
- beforetheSieilt,Feveri nd Dull Pain —' •
' in -tile Head. Deficioucy, of
• - ' Perspiration. Yello
w •- ness.of the •
' l ' Skin and Eyes. Pain
a • ,in the Side. Baelt Chest;
Lirtibs, Am.,. Sudden Flushes of Heat,' -
, Birtiring in the' Fles - h - . Constant linden
logs or _Esll, and great . Depression, or
REMEMBER. that this Bitters. is NIA At i .CO, •
HOLll3t"botitains no "Ruin - firiVhbiliey."_and cant"'
make Drunkards, but is the BEST TOKO in • the'
. • • ,Atti it READ WHO .SA I IS SO • •
From theites. Levi G.Beek;•Paster of the MiptiliCt
Church, Pemberton, N. T.. formerly of , the North
• * .*
I have known Ilootland'sGerrnanßittelii-t
favorably for a number of years. I have used them
in sty own family, and ;have - been"sci pleased - with
their effects that I was induced -to recommend therg•,l
to Many titters", andlniew' that they'haventierated
'in a- strikingly : beneficial manner. I Ask& great -.1
plea Sure in thus puhiiely proclaiming this fact,„and
callingthe attention of those afflicted. with - the'dia-"
-eases for which, they, are recommended4o,theso,
Bitters: knowing'froin -experience that' my reCom-.
mendatinn will bo sustained. . rdo thin rriornclieer-:
fully as Hoofland's Bitters is intended to benefit the, -
afflicted, and is," nota rum drink: '.t r 0 --
; Yours truly. LEVI G. BECIC—;
From Rev: if. Newton Brown. D. D. Editor of the
Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge end Chrie-c ,
- tian Chronicle, Philadelphia. -
Althoughnot disPosed.to fiver or recioninaend
tent Medicines in general, through. distrust of theit;„
ingredients and effects, I yet know of no sufficient
reasons why, a man may not testify to the benafitshb•K
believes himself to have received from any simpler,
Preparationiin the hope that he may thus comb'- -
ute to the benefit of others. , .••
I dp•this , the more readily in regard to IteoflatiiVe'
•German Bitters. prepared by Dr. C. Dt. Tookiem
this city, because I was prejudiced against them for
many years, under the -impreSsion that they were
chiefly an alcoholie relative. -I-am indebted to my
friend, Robert Zhu - croaker, Estt, - for the Vemoval of
this prejudice by properieita, "and for encourag,
merit to try them,•*ben suffering from. greattaind
long continued debility.. The use of three bottles et . ,
these Bitters, at thebeganning'ef the''present year',
was folloWed by evident relief. and restoration, to a.- •
degree of bodily dud mental vigor which 'I hind "not
'felt for Mk months before, and had alm,est_despnired
of regaining. - I therefore thank God and ray, friend
for directing tee to the use of them.• • - •
ti 4. NEWTON BRDDWIT. Pkilada.
from the Rev. Jog. H. Kennard Pastor of tholetir
nr.'JiMitsmi:—Dear Sir: -I kave b eon frequently
requested to, connect my narnewith oommendatitrns,::
of different' kinds of Medicines. but regarding thd
practice as not of my appropriate ere. L have div -
all case's, declined ; but with a clear proof in various
instanees. and particularly in' my family; of the 'add; • '
fulness of Dr. Hoofland's German Bitters; Ldopart,'",
for oncefrOm my nsaarcoume; -- t6 express
entiviptian that. forPeneratclebility of the and,.. - ;
eapecsalliefor Liver Comptaint. it se, a safe and
liable preparation. -In some. cases it may bat:
usuallyj 'doubt not. it will be very enatimal,to f
those vt4oJsufferfrom thenbirra canes.'•-
Yonrs.very respectfully, J. H..KENNARD.
'Eighth' below Coates Street; Philadelphia.
From "fte , i. Warren Bandolph, Pastor of I3iiptis
• - Church..Sermantovtn. Penna.: •- .
Dr. C.• 31. Jackson:—llear, Sir : Per:inn:a ex,peri-E•,,i
eine enables - tee to say that I regard the German
Bitters prepared by yotitKaniost excellent metheitie. , !
-In cases of 'severe cold and general dpbility I haTO
been greatly bonefitted, by. the tart - of the Bittersij'
and donbt not they will produce similar effeeti.on
others_. Yours- truly. • •-••-•
Prom Bev...l.ll.lurneri Pastor. of ,Heddinglitt.l
Dr. Jackson :—Dear'SiiiiltiVing iiiied'YOuider•L '
man Bitters in my family frequeritly,l ant_preVare4:.
to say that-it hia been Of great service. I. believe thatin,lnesteirses of gencra'debifitY of the systetn
it is the safest and niost valuable remedy of which
I have:pay:knowledge., Yottrasespeotfullk.. ' ' •
J. - 11. TURNER, 726 N. 19th Street.
From the Rov. J. M. Lyons. former Paator,lif the:
Coln mb 'and Mill e istthin (Penna.) BaD-.
fist !:!hLrohis, - . ;„
Nirgr itOCITELLS, Nc Y. 7 . .
Dr. M. Jackson :—.l)ear:Sirt - ' rfebVit a pleas ire
thus, of my own. accord, 'to beur , testi mpny the'
eliellone , ottlli German Bitters.' ' Some years since
be;ng mudik afflicted vvith Drape Isia,. used theta.
with very beneficial . - results. • have often re
col:emended them toy} ersonseofeebied by,that
menting diSeS,se; nrid bait° heard from them the
Most Outliving testimenials.as ..to 'their great *slim In eases of.geneml debility; I believe it to he a tonie
that cannot besurivassed. 'Of:
From UM Rik. Thbmas 'Winfer: Pastor fl3:i.ox or
- - , opal) ,139.9Ast,Cb.tirch4, ,
Dr. Jackson ;—pear Sir; IfeelitdnC 10 friinr FIXt
- cellent preparation, Geiman Bitters, to
add my testimony to t be.desarved,reputation - it haw,
obtaineil.' I' have for years, at times, been troubled
with great disorder in my - bead and nervoussysjout"
I was advised by a friend I to try,a bottle of your':
Illortuan Bitters . . -I did soy' and have experienced -
great and unexpected reha t i my health, has been
-v er y materially - benefikted. I 'confidently. mom-,
mend the article where I meet with.easos
my nwre,'and have been assured by many of thew
goqd effects, , liespectfullY yours,' • '• •
Firm the Bei. J. S. Hermatt, of the German, Be ;.
fdrmed Church. Kutztown; Berks dcatityiTa.
-Dr. C. M. Jackstint—Re - vested Sir: I imvebein
, troubled. with Dyspepsia nearly twenty,Years., and
have never meadd any medicine that did me as mych
,good. as Hoofland's Bitters.,l:.am very mach OW:
proved in health ' afterlavng taken five bottles.
Y9Prs wititrespset. J. S.:. MERMAN, •
Cents IDer. illg e-11
3..,, per p - 7-hal.f o dozen • 4,99
- BEwAgLE, OF COVNTERFEITS•
See that the signature of " 41.1ACESON."
• '' • is onthe WRAPPEE of each bottle.
fihowd yOneneareiddruglciat not have e article'
lo nut be putoff by anyLef eintoxioatingprepad t w,
:lonslbat Inky bci effereti in itaplade. but ?end to A 8
and we wit 1 44' 1 Xar4 , tacnteli Peek ad, by exprea
PAM CIPAIi" OFFICE- ANl> • MANITEACTOEIF
• JONES titA.Nl3 -
(anoaeatiorate Cali.ltokebn'fi CO.);
ft* SAO ' bY" etepP
own in the United States. 11dee94340,