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l.lrlE FIi.A.NKEINT CLOTIlltirG E3f
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:„,-, :i t, .14 E "WE Sl', .. S T Y r rE S,' '.:.•
' LA - Rtitsr Sl'OCii.-:-CII.BA.PEST PRICES. •
,--140 undersigned can assprethe public, auddefie. ,
Attecessful ea ntra.4l ictio n. that his, recen t purchases in
the Eastern Cities enables him to . offer one of the
4aggcet and.most attractivostockaof .• , ,- •
/ 4 4;relhe Spring nn f, Bel/rater &nava of 1.864 v to be
hund in any similar establishment in• this section.
larely variety of
COATr.... • . . r .
PARTS, ' .iisTl) VESTS'''. :
evade in thevery best styleq and at the lowcattOCes.
, ,IGENTLEM EN'S FUItNISIIING GOODS,
ill!011 85 Shirts, Drawers, Coll - ars.,:Cravats, Neckties,
• liaruliterobief: s:e„ Special attention Is called to
. gas department.
A., '' .: . CEJSTONIER'S ORDERS.. ..
s '''.favitti !tit e. '• - - f - li fF CI Its,
~,,, Commotion o my stec - o me ot,
littrieirmeres. Ve.stin i , he., which I manufueture
upon special orders.
• SPECIAL NOTICE,
'...:.-' Ting to say that my Goods are manufactured un
t,der 'My own sueervision, and by the very bestwork-
Men: MY prmetit, stock is the most extensive' have
yet hallo store, and I respectfully ask my fi•iends.
Illici,the , ,Piabilc to give me a call before Purchasing
asowliere. Remember the old Wand.
J. T. Ifor;RINSON: '
Franklin lintel Building,
corner of the Diamond and West Market St.,
, ELLIOTT,." CLOTHIE% Smith-
- '`." West corner of the Diamond, nextdoor to the
nk, -ChambPrsburg; has just' returned from the
with a large stook of superior and seasonable
- mill, suOh - , s CLOTIIS. CASSIMERES, SATIN
-I'4'g ''Y'L'l T N%7'. ( MVit'hsTi,•ifl,rs'natit,V . ,,lThider\r, - E,.;:
A-5.,, Al , o, a very fine selection of' READY-MADE
P I DOTIIING, which he is Prepared to sell at the y err.
owaqt tn srket prices,
CUSTOMER WORK.—As he 'employs a first-rate
cutter, he is prepared to make up all kinds of Gar
ments. or Men and Boys, to order, in the best styles,
Satisfaction will be guaranteed.
• A large assortment of GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING
-*ions, such al Shirts, Drawers, Collars, Handker
filets; Stnineml era. Carnet Bags, Umbrell,ag,"Ac. &o.
always on hand. ~ :Give him a call and save money.
• jtml74.. . - _
W; SCOTT, CIENTLEMEN'S,FUR
NISHING' STOVE and SHIRT MANUFAC
, TORY, No. 814 Cheqriut , 41t.. 4 doors below the Con
: Chantal, Philadelphia. Particular attention, given
to Ordered Shjrts. A perfect frt. euhranteed. Per
&meat a distance 'cam order by the' following Shirt
-Size, around the Neck. '
" Chost tinder the Arms.
4 " Waist.
4,4 44, , , Wrist. •
Length of Arms (bent) from eantro of boa to mid.-
• dle of.hand. .a.
' Length of Boom at Side
C. W Al, E 0 R. NI & • 0-02 S,
- • IviroLts tug AND•RETAT.L '
EVADY-11ADE LINEN & DRESS STOCK
IV:as. 5 and 7, North Sixth Street. Philadelnhin.
.-:Merino and Cotton Under Shirts and Drawers;
vats, Soar.fs.; Oloves,"lTandke:rehiefs;'ke. Shirts,
t!•nPers and Dress Storks tnade: to order by mess
,itretnettt.„ and warranted to give satisfaction. .
„Order may be Ipt:t. with S. S. SHItYOCK, Chain-
Werahrg: ' - se23.
E 8, T U.N B R 0 'T 11 E R ;
No, 960 Arch Strce), Phiiadelphia, Pa. ,4
>ilaving receivvct a. liberal share of patronage front
Ghambersburg and vicinity. we are encouraged to
ask for more. The excellence of our goods and our
tcbrk., and the care we, take to give entire satisfac
tion, are a sufficient ginirantee that we value our
reputation. ju011.61- - 17. WESTON 3:BROTH-ER.
DIERICA,N LIFE INSURANCE 2;1i13
TRUST co., Corner 4th and Walnut Stieets
ladelphia. Incorporated 1830. Charter Perpe-
Uial. Authorised Capital, $ 3 00,000. Paid-Up Cap
zi' Philadelphia, Feb. 4. 1864.
.. The Trustees have this day declared a Dividend
of FIFTY PEP. CENT, on all premiums received
upon MUTUAL PoLictas during the year ending
December 315t,1863, and in force at that date, the
/Above amount to be credited to said Policies, and
have also ordered the dividend ofilB6o on Policies
ibisued dining that year to he pnid. as the annual
premiums on said Policies are received.
Recretapp oad Tre,,Aii,j—john S. wil so n. 7
Acruhro—John C. Siins.
BOARD OF 'l7lLllSTli.l . 3.—Alexander Whilldin,
,T. Edgar Thomson, Ge;ffge Nugent, llon.James Pol
lock, Alber. C. /Wheels, P. B. Mingle, Samuel
Work. Williinn J. lloward, lion. Joseph Allison,
Samuel T. B aline, Johuslikman Charles F. Heat
litt Isaac II eslehtirst. '..,
*sr. G. REO), Cbambersburg, Pa., is the author
hod Agent of the American .Litb. , Insurance and
Trust Company, and is tlmvays Prepared to furnish
pamphlets or a. , y information wanted, and to take
Insurances. O.'FIOE. in the Repimitory Building.
Das. J. C. ltic a tans and W. H. BoYLE, Medical
.g.ramilier. _ _ .
REFERENCES-110n. A.R. McClure, Rev. S. J.
jccolls, J. 8. Nixon, Chambersburg, and Win. M.
Marshal Ca...hier ilagerstown Bank. •
Persons desiring information or wishing to insure
will please call on, or by addressing the under
gncd they will be waited on in any part of the
VountY dr State. W. (I. REED, Agent.
ta...l)brme in the REPOSITORY Building, Chant
ersburg, Pa, mar 2.3.
18 2, CHI RTER N. PERPETUAL.
On January 1, ISG4
CCILIMD SU RPLUS.......
\'ZB .b PRESIMIS-
UNSETTLED CLAIMS, I INCOME FOR 186 4
LOBS PAID SiNcE IS'29 $5,000,000
PERPETUAL AND TE'MPOR ARV POLICIES
ON LIBERAL TERMS.
eharles N. Bander, Isaac Lea,
obias Wagner, Edward C. Dale.
amuol Grant, Geo. Fates,
b R. Smith, Alfred Fitler,
eW. Richards.- Eras. W. Lewis, M. D.
CHARLES N. RANCKER, President.
EDWALD C. DALE, Vice President.
lAA.. W. M'Ar.Ltartat, See's' Pro. tem.
,?AVID OAKS is the authorized Agent of the
Oompany in Chamhersburg. who will furnish all in
[formation necessary to applicants. • marZi-tf.
I NSURANCE COMPANY OF NORTH
AMERICA. Incorporated 1794. Chfa ter Per
petual. CAPITAL $300.000. Office 232 Walnut
greet, Philda. The prompt payment of Claims for
Lames during the period of: nearly seventy years
that the Company ha , beef in existence, entitles
titom to the COD tidence of the public. Persons wish
ng to insure will pidase eall on or address the un
°aligned. AV. U. REED, Agent,
REPOSITORY Buildings. Chambersburg, Pa.
INFERENCKS—J. D. Grier, J. Allison Eystcr, Esq.;
Major J. C. Austin. - - meal
OUR AGENT.—Mr. JOHN drtovi, of
NJ Chambershurg. is the General Agent of the
Franklin County :Mu t ual Insurance Company. lunil
3usticeo of the 19eare.
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.-H. B.
DAVISON. Justice of the Peace. Office im
mediately opposite the Indian Queen- Hotel. MI
business entrusted to his care will receive prompt
attention. inNtrumetit* of Writing, of all kinds,
drawn up in a satisfactory Manner. -jun17.63.
•' HAMMAN, 'JUSTICE OF THE PEACE,
Pl. • Chamberaburg. Pa. Office in Franklin Hall.
Lti the room formerly oeenpl,pd Stumbaugh
(Stewart. Prompt attention yen to any thing in
lie line of a MagiArate anaSertvener. fe3,61 tf
MEW MARBLE YARD. --The under
-Li signed respectfully announces t o th e citizens
GE.Franklin County that ho has opened a new Mar
bl3 Yard in the room formerly occupied hr Dr.
hand or make to npler all articles in hisline otlins
opposite, J.S. N ixon's D rue Store;
' t an Street. Chainhersburg, where ho will keep on
• Was. such as MONUMENTS, TOMBS and-HEAD
STONES: MANTELS, TABLE and STAND Tops
&e.onauttfitotured from the very best Foram and
Domestic Marble. ,
_. He respectfully solicits m callfrom those who may
in want of any article in the above line. Ho is
Thinnfldent in his ability to satisfy all who may be
pleased to patronize him, either as regards hisinl
et& or the quality. beauty, and- chasteness' of his
*ark: Un18,63.7 - JOHN A. GROVE.
eiat, Ltilithrt, 4t.r., ',..':
aco...A• - • T ' iiiDowELL
1' T z ise m L L
ALL RINDS. OF Ph-a -DU-CE
ALL trims or
EA - P P O R CAS MI
If E t•T Z ,
wAitr,..iickusETAND COAL YARD,
CIIAMBERSBIT . I2O3,
DON • . .
NORTIE CARLISLE &MEET,
EW FIRM..-CO.n! COAL! LIT:11-
IN BEM LUMBER EBERT' & SON
having•putehased the CiutAntl Lumber Y ani. of Gen.
A. Deitz. will continue toTcarry on the same busi r
ness. and will always haveion hand a largesupnly nt
Lumber and COal. They wiltbe prepared to till all
orders at the shortest notic , c. They rehmetfully so
licit the patronage of the late firm and tli.o public
generallY, and all who maY desire Coal and Lumber
to give them a. call. feeling. assured that no means
will he spared to accommodate those on the most
reasonable terms. - jun17,63-tf.
IMPOR T ' E R'S
WINES AND LIQUORS
LAUMA - N, SILLADE,t CO
Y 0,1128 SOITTII
3 , 3I:TISET:"; CLIESTNVT' AND WALNUT STIWETS,
GEO. M. LAUMAN.
A. M. SALLADE, - •
J. D. BITTING. J - •
RIVESE, GARDRAT 41:
SUPERIOR., C 0 OrNite BRANDY,
VINTAGE OF Igm,
EACH BOTTLE SEALED-WITH GREEN WAN
WITH THE INITIALS OF THE FIRM. ,
LA-TJMAN, SALLADE A CO
SrPERIOR OLD MADEIRA - IN - INF;
FINE SHERRY. CLARET AND •
' AND AN AISORTSHINT OY
FIV BRANDS OF CHAMPAGNE.
'OSBORNE'S b. CO.'S
VERfFINE AND DELICATE
OLD PORT WINE,
EACII BOTTLE SEALED WITH YELLOW WAX
WITH THE INITIALS OF THE FIRM.
LAUMA.N. SALLADE 5: CO..
N0.12S SOUTH 'NINTH. ST.,
OLD RYE WHISKEY.
QLD *HEAT WHISKEY,
fli - MIRANTED.
WERT J S'S WHISKEY,
LAUMAN..SALLADE A CO.,
N. P2B SOUTH NINTH ST.,
nolS-Iy. - -PHILADELPHIA,
FIR. JOHN MONTGOMERY *ill'
tend promptly to all calls in his line. Mee
on Main Street', _next door to the F,agle lintel, and
nearly opposite the residence of the ion. George
Chambers. 3111117 F,,
a lt. J. C. RICHARDS will attend
promptly to all calls in his line. Wilco on
Main Street, neat door to Spangler's Drug Store.
OPFtcr. llorras.—From 7 to 9 .t. ILI 12 to 2 and 6
P. x. , jun 17,63.
DR. SAMUEL G. LANE has resumed
the PRACTICE pOF MEDICINE in Cham
bersburg. Office on Queen street, a few doors East
of Wallace's Store. - apl3-tf
CHEAP CHAIR AND CABINET
WARE ROOMS.—Thel,subscriber informs the
public that ho continues the tnanufaeture of the va
rious articles of FURNITURE in his line, at his
Shop, on Main• Street, three idoors South of Huber
Sr, Tolbert's Hardware Store. ;He has always on hand
or is prepared to manufactutekon the shortest no
tice, pnng Scats, Cane Bottotniand Windsor Chairs,
Sofas, Plain and Fancy Tata , * Bureaus, Dressing
and Common Wardrobes. VirrishtStands.BooltCases,
and Bedsteads. IENITIA4 'BLINDS got up in
the best style.
Particular attention paid to HOUSE PAINTING
AND PAPER HANGING, and entire satisfaction
in every instance guaranteed. -
REPAIRING of all kinds. in his line of busincio,
pronintly attended to, at moderate prices.
UNDERTAKING.—Having purchased thellearso
c ss 31r..Wm. Flory, dec'd, he is able to attend Fune
rals and manufacture Coffins, at fhb shortest notice,
of Cloth, Walnut or Cherry. A 'Layer-out will be
n04.63-IY. JOSIAH E. SCHOFIELD.
K ERO S ENE LANTERNS.
-Kerosene Lamps, 3
I Kerosene Oil, at
fen. BOYD'S Grocery
Co , li N '
,''? OATS ti
Ltr m 13Elt.
4 111' A' 4' 14 ' & • •'-). ,6 ` . **
.11, uTtst "itlJt l ,l,l(l = t
j. 3 t , 4,
TMPORTANT TO FARMERS.--The
-L. chearipst. and best "Thresher and Cleaner "is
'! , Wheeier Ire:Proved Patent Rail***
Power and combined THRESHER AND C
t 'This putehine is manufactured at the steall
atlyance of 10 per cent. over-that of Kist year.• The
7farniers are; adopting it everywhere. •‘ It
saVeslabor, find expense and does more and - betier
'work th,an - any other machine.' Price of a two-tior\e
machine $3OO, of a three-horse machine $350. These
"Prices embrace everYthingcomplete. •This Machine
hag advantages that are greatly 'superior to any
other: 'One is that it can be used entirely in, the
Barn floor. and that the power can be conveniently
used for cutting fodder, shelling corn. cuttingstraw,
sawing Wood, &c, And it requires - less power and
:fewer hands than any other.
PALMER'S EXCELSIOR SELF-SUSTAINING
HORSE. PITCHFORK. has many advantages ovt.jr
'others; among which are: it is self-sust lining, re
qiiiring no attention' until its load is to be d
ed. Dv the use of the pulleys, fiirtiished wßlt . the
forks it Will Swing directly over t inoW,When - it
discharges ifs load, by simply pulling the co*d' • It
has a handle but 18 inches in length. This patent
has been awarded' the premiuin at the New York
State' Fait, and tit all the County Fairs. wherever
SMI TH'S' GREEN :qou - NTALN stiiNdtE"
'AND HEADING MA.CIIIN E. is a new unclvalua
ble improvement in Machines for manufacturing
Shingle and Ileading,• cutting obliquely, or Other
wise, any desired' thickness or length, up to 24
inches. This Machine can be set tip and run by an
ordinary ivater -power: It will saw none- thousand
shingles perhour. -
Mr.R oberfßlack,,ofFeyettevill, Franklin county,
Pa.,zis the Sole Agent. for 'Franklin and Adams
counties. Any information desired respecting any
I or nil of these machines can be obtained by either
calling upon in person, or addressing him by letter.
Persons Wishing any 'of these imtchines will please
mako their orders soon. as it requires sonde time to
'get them from the iihinnfacturer. None will be or
' dere(' but those that are sold. The3-wil Ibe furnish
ed at mantifitetnrer's prices, transportation added.
CERTIFICATE Or A 1:: M'CLURE
CHAltwitsrman. May 17,11854.
Robert 11bre1,-, Evi.—Dear Sir: I haw thoroughly
tested the Tread-power in'running ail - kinds of Ma
chinery about the Bare. and I have had the most
approved Lever-powers tried - at 1 / 2 4.1y Bare also, end
I unhesitatingly recommend thd.:Treall-poweb
Tim all my macainery—thre , her and cleaner, ewe
sbeller, fodder-cutter, and circular
baw, with a two-horse Tread-power, and the power
is ample and -two horses can give the same if not
greater PoWex than four can with the Lever-power.
and the labor is no more severe on the horses. re
short, I regard the Tread-power having every
. advantage over the Lever power, and it must soon
be universally adopted bv.farmers.
Very RespeetfullY Yours
A; K. X'CLUIFE.
Apply to the undersiwed in tlreenwood. - Frunlairt
county. fmaylB—lnt) ROBERT BLACK.
yA RMER S' I , U.N D R
The undersigned would respectfolly cAi the atten
tion of Farmers, kilter= and other., to the Ohl
Establishment. at the Bri, , tat,on irekt Mgr
, ket Street, formerly occupied by Chris
tian Stouffer, where they have erect
ed Steam Power, and are pre
, - pared to manufacture
such as - •
Hay Pitchors, -
We have constantly outland Sycles, Reaper Points
or Guards, Are., for the repairing of Money's. :whit
=el: and Buckeye Revers. Farming ImPlements
of every kind repaired at short notiee and iaa work
We keep constantly on hand the
ICE YE REAPER
that has become so deservedly popular with our
-Farmers in this section of the State. We wouldhere
caution the public from an imitations of this ma
chine offered for sale in this county, and advise all
who wish the genuine Buckeye Reaper to call at,
our establishment, as we are - the agents for the sale
of this popular Reaper,
Having also purchased the richt fir the sale and
mnrinfarture of WIT,LOUGHB'Y'S PATENT GUM
SPRING GRAIN DRILL, we will keep them con
stantly on hand, ready for work. Repairing to
these machines done promptly.
THE PATTEIG of the Seibert Foundry having'
beempurehased by this establishment, and having.
erected a Fontalre. they are prepared to make all
kinds of CASTTNGS such as Mill Gearing, Mill
Spindles, and all kinds of machinery
We would call special attention the Plow Cyst
inv. and WftZoll Boxes constantly on hand.
REPAIRING of all kinds of Far Ming Imple
ments done to order.
Dinel W. F. RESTER Ban:
CiOOK'S SUGAR EYAP,OR A TOR,
N._ manufactured by Bt.v‘trEn, B.uet,n S Thy.
Mansfield, Ohio.—We are willing to gharatitee that
from two acres of good Celle, a sufficient number of
gallons of Syrup can be produced to cot er cost of
Machinery, capable of making eighty gallons of
Syrup Per day, whikdi ut fifty cents per gallon, will
pay for cost of Mill and Evaporator in fomirdays: or
where pan is wanted for a brick arch, without - the
Furnace, in less time.
COOK'S SYRUPS have been sold at an average
of sixty cents a gallon, and none in market. An
acre of good Cane will produce from 2 o'3oo gallons
of Syrup,. _ _ _ _ _ _ •
SEED.—We t,ffer a Soperior Article, se
lected by ourselves. Sprout the SCCII and roll it,
lister. Plant in drills four feet apart. from North
o South. Light soil and Southern expuburepre
ferred. although not absolutely necessary, as it Will
grow on soils where many crops would be a failure,
Cultivate as for Corn.
- Cook's Evaporator h . ris taken the first premium
over all others at twolinited States Fairs and over
thirty State Fairs.
-Clark Sorg° Machine Company's CASE MILL
and above SEED for sale by
W. G REED, Agent.
Office---REeestronY DuiMing. Chamb'a. Pa.
kk The Sara° Hand-Book sent free to any per
son asking for it. mar 23
T 0F A K ME 115.
THE WALKI:g HORSE EA ICE
is acknemiedged to be the
11' e cit, R t, Simpleet, Cheapest and wont (''event na
Any boy of ten ytars can work it With ease; will
not get ontof older, and give?, universal ?atisfaction.
Warranted in every north:idol., and can be had trom
:1:6 to $..8 lower than any other Spring Tooth Wheel
Rake. For further aim) eon ap_ply to the manu
facturer. • I) 11. FAIELKAN,
ao2o-3ml Shirleysburg. Huntingdon co.: Pa.
iMMUNI A T,ED
I' A"C TFre GUANO.
A real guano. containing from seventy to eighty
per cent of P 11. 0S PRATE OF 7.JIiE. to
which has been lulled, by a chemical process, a large
per ventage of actual Ammonia, so fixed that it can
not evaporate. making it equal, if not euperior to
any other fertilizer. -
l'ann Mots with copies of Analyse= by Dr. Jack
son, Mass.. State Assayer, and Dr. Lieber. of Balti
more. and testimonials from scientific Agriculturists,
showing its value. Can be obtained from
J. 0 BAKER, & CO.,
march 2-Iy. 8 Wall Street, New York,
THE SORGO JOURNAL AND.FARM
-1 MACHINIST—Devoted to :storthern Cane and
Sugar Beet Culture. Improved Farm Arnett inerY and
Progressive Husbandry. Published monthly. One
copy' year, SLOO. Subscriptions received by
W. 'G. REED,
aped Agent for Clark °Sorg° Machine Co.
A MAN OF A THOUSAND.—A Con
sumptive Cured.—Dß. H. JAMES, a Retired
Physician of great eminence discovered, while in
the Indies, a certain cure for Consumption. Asthma,
Bronchitas, Coughs, Colds and General Debility.
The remedy was Ciscovercd by him when his only
child, a daughter,,was given up to die. His child
was cured, and is now alive and well, Desirous of
benefiting his fellow mortals, he will send to those
who wish it the recipe, containing full directionsfor
making and successfully using, this remedy, free,
on receipt of their names, with two stamps to pay
expenses. There is not a single ease of Consump
tion that it does not at once take hold of and
dissipate. Night sweats. peevishhess, irritation
of the nerves, failure of memory, difficult expector
ation, sharp pains in the lungs, sore throat, chilly
sensations, nautea at the stomach. inaction of the
bowels, wasting away of the muscles.
LW The writer will please state the name of the
Paper they seen this advertisement in. Address
CRADDOCK & CO.,
mar23-Iy*l 225 North 2d St., Philadelphia, Pa.
PARENTS OF SOLDIERS in the eer
cice:cr in licsritals, can- furnish them with the
RSICSITORY three months fcr2s cte.; six months
fu s. or e year fitt $1 (O.
n 5 4 11 1 Si; 134untg AsentirE.
el ' ARMY AND NAVY AGENCY
,No.-204 SOUTH FOURTH STREET;.‘.
The undersigned having resigned hr= position' ás
paymaster iu the ArinY.has opened atdsio:ail
Louth Fourth Steeet, an .A.G.E.NCI FOR PROCC.-
ICING FESSIONS,' and for the colleetion ofl3r
ears', Soldiers' and all- other-CLAIMS against:o3e
by long expelience‘&. , Paymaster has giverme
anusual facilities for-becoming thoroughly:acquain
ted with this business in all its details. On the re-
Ceipt, by mail, of a statement of the case of claim
ants, I will forward the necessary papers, for, their
signature. Personal a.ttention will be givento the
cases at. Washington.
No charge :*unlerq successfttl; when wilr he
charged' for collecting salon sdms underW, and:s . lo
on all sueis over ttiat amount 'and under:s:2oo. Lar
ger claims taken on special arrangetnent Fees in
-Pension eases as fixed by him% •
INfOIiMATION' FOP AND INSTRUCTION.' TU
Allßuldiers of the present war who' ha - reserve-di
two years, and Soldiers discharged for wounds re
ceived in battle, without 'reference to time of ser.:
vice, are entitled besides their regular pay, to .$lOl 4
In Lase Soldiers or Seamen are discharged forditi
nGitityormouiider received white in the service, tbey3
are entitled to a Pension according to the disability.:
'ln ease of the .death of-the Soldier,before
charge, through disease contracted or wounds re-'
`ceived while in service, his widow is entitled fo re e
ecive the sloo' bounty, besides aiTearages of pay,i
and pension during her lifetime or widowhood. ,‘
If the Soldier - die after discharge, from disease;
contracted or wounds received while in service, his^
widow is entitled to a Pension of 596 per annum. 4
If no widow or, minor children, the mother of the:
Soldier or Scanlan will receive the Pension, if de-i
pendent oh 'din wholly or in part for support.--
If deceased Soldier or Seaman leaves no' widoLL,.:
his - children are entitled to the same benefit.; as tho,
widow, except when the children may be over the
age of 10 years.
limo widow nor minor children the bounty fuel,
pay will descend to the heirs as follows:
-First to the Father, second to. the Mother, thin
td the Brothers and liisters,,and then to the,Next
; Discharged Soldiers whose clothing account wad
unsettled at the time of discharge, can recover any',
balance due them; if the Company's hooks- aro not,
destroyed. To draw this balance. write hr your;
Captain for a descriptive list, showing the Clothing!
account, and thrward it to nte, with your orcliini
nary st.ateraiut, giving. also_ the date of your dis
charge. - -
Lioldiera who served with the nine moot' voliin-1
teers can recover s'27 bounty and prthnitit without:
regard to time of service, if they have not already
Soldiers who were prisoners'in the Sontin and Sol
diers who were absent., on sick, farlough.,l are enti
tled to commutation of rations:
In etirarintuie;iting with ihisofileestate to natur.l
of your ?;,laitn fully, and give the Compap - and Ae
gluten( to which you or the , soldier forwhom, you
claim belonged; as well as your pi e:ent Vost,OfrieLt
liis ExtiellCney. ANI/Itti.W G, UHRTIN, Governor of
Penn •,y-lv, t n ia, `‘4;4-
lion. Si.h CAttY,Ros, Harrisburg. Pa. ,
lion. JOSEPH CA.I:I, chief Justice of the Court og
lion. E. di, BROOKE, Chief Clerk Pay Dep . artnient.
lion. EDWARD MCPIIF:RS' ON, C.. Washington.
lion. J.ts: P. STERRET, Pres't Judge, District Court,'
Hon. AfeCt.run, Chambersburg, Pa. ,
Hon. Titus. A. SCOTT, Vice Pres't Pa: R.
lion. W. B. THOM ts, Collector of Port,Philacia; • •
Lion. C. A. WA.t.aonN, Post Mater, Phifada.
JAs/ DuNLAY, President Union diank-,'PhilaAciphia.
131-I.l,trr A FAIRTHORNE. AttOpliPS.,
RIEGEL; WRIST A Euro:, Merchants, -
1.41.1DWM, KNEgDLLE S: CO., IieTCLIO.OtS, ,
PRITCHETT, B tr i Gn cir Co..
D tutu FAUST A Co., Merchrts, '
BENJAMIN S. JANNEY, J. Co., Merch'ts "
CHAS. E. MORGAN & CO., Merchants, -
Arwoon, WHITE fit Co., Merchants,
.1011,N M. POMEROY.
No. 204 South Fourth St,
,BOUNTY ' WAR
1 CLAIM 'AOENCY."Pensions procured Mt
soldiers; of the present war who are disabled 1:1;••
reason Of wounds received, or disease' contracted.
while in tho sereke of the!Ths ited States • and Pen
shins. :MD/Bounty, and Arrears of Pay obtained
widows or heirs of those who have died or beep
killed while in service. • JOHN R. ORR,
mar 94y) Claim Agent, Chambershurg, Pa.
Euro, 4,3tants anti YiriCs.
p 1 , 1 l E S FRANKLIN , COENTI
GRAPE f VlNkti;
,:STIZAIrat:RRY Pmorrs, Ete.—Th,
largest stock to select from in , the county. Ever.)
thing in the FRUIT TREE and PLANT line tha
is at all - desirahte, can he supplied from the' coin
monest:stondaid Fruit Tree, to the rarest and most
choice native or foreign species or variety ,of Erni:
or Flower. Our Standa'rd Apple Trees are unusual .
ly fine, stout heavy .trunks, furnished with tint
branching-heads,from three to Svc feet hoot tim
g round, us may u di2sired. Our aim is to grow the
best of everything pruning, and cultivating. upon
setentide principles. consequently, - our prodttetion
are not' offered iii competition with Trees grown
upon the old let-alonesy,tetm An invitation is ex -
twided .to all who are interested in fruit culture, td
come and see tbr thewselves: -
A large stuck of Greenhouse and Bed,42g Plants,
Retire, &e.. in lams. will be ready in April awl May.
Enclose a three cent stamp' for descriptive Cata
logue of Fruit and ,Ornamental trees, &e.
= Address. B: L. RYDER
West Franklin Numerics.
mar itl-tf Near Loudon. 'Franklin I'm, Pa.
tir EYSTONE ',.URSERV.-----The sub-
IV scriber is prepared to furnish mostarticles 1.154
ually t be tinnid in Nurseries, of good quality and
at reas; nable rates.
The Stock embraces all the leading kinds of .- -
FRUIT T-R E,E - S„
Apples, ' Cherries, Peaehes',
I - Dwarf and Standard Pears,
Apricots. Plums. '
i • . Grapes.
;• Strawbeiries, 1
Raspherric-s, Curranni. , •
' Gooseberries, Blackberries, km '
AlSo, eau he furnished a good assortthent of
EVERGREEN TRE E S
Evergreedand other Shrubbery, Shade rtrees„.t;e.
Groat Facilities are posessed for shipping articics
to all parts of the country. as the Nursery
a u ay arijoins the City of Harrisburg. '
mar 111-tfJACOB MISIL ItttrrkbtArZ, Va.
THE OUOIiTO GRAPE.--This Grape
in not recommended particularly as a desert
trait, hut makes an excellent. dark colorod.,
well bodied Wine, so elUsely resembling genuine
old-timed PORT WINE. that none but experienced
i u dgesean distinguish between the two. Although!
is is manufactured extensively in W estern , Now
York,llie supply is unequal to the demand, at. from
Vines for sale by the subscriber, who has been up
pointed Agent for it at the following Prices: ' •
One to three'years old. 25c to 50 cts each. iil*2 50 to
per:dozen, , $l5 to , per 100. JACOB
mar:l6-M Keystone Nursers', Barrisb'g, P
TREES.--Std.ndaid and D‘Va
Pnar Trees of the leading and most valital
varieties. Among them can be furnished sun
" EXTRA SELECTED," Trees. the Dwarf hash
fruit buds and ready for immediate hearing.
Priec for good trees. 50 to '6O ets each—Extra a
lectett J etti to $1 each. Rates lower by'dozen.
J. MlSlLKeystone Nursery
; I Harrisburg. Pa.
VORWAY MAPLE TREES. from S I
II 12 feet high anti vigorous, A . handsome Trt
much , resembling the Sugar Maple, but of my
certain and rapid growth. •
Price 4(Xi - y(10 cents each; $3 5006 Per dozen • •:;:
@;4O per 100. • JACOB •M 151.1%
mar2l Keystone nursery. Harrisburg..,:!
CHERRY TREES.—A fine assortniql
of alioui Forty best varieties, trees oflarge si
and vigorous. • •
Price, 30 ets 50 cts, 75 ets each; $3, $5. $7 'per d 07..
$lB, $25, $55 per 100. J. AtISII„
mar 1640 KeystonNursersy,llarrisb'g, Pa. i
rTORSE CHESTNUT ,TREES.—Ord
1..1. nary sizes for planting, 50 cents each ; Small t;
eize-'from sto 7 feet-25 cents each ;$2 50
$lB per 109. JACOB MISII,-
mar2.3l Keystone Nursery, Harrisburg.
ged variOty, not subject to injury by the bore
Forsale at Keystone Nursery, Harrisburg. Pa.
Tr e eslo to 12 feet high ; 75 eon ts.each •'47 Per d(
EXCELSIOR -ASH, a handsome, °nip.
mental Shade Tree, of sure and rapid growl
Trees from 8 to 12 feet high. 40(60 cents eac
413 50g16 pf3r doz.; $ 9 4`617 40 per 100.. JACOB
mar23] ' Keystone Nursery, Ilarrisbu: r,
JUST RECEIVED AND .FOR SAD
tame Tot of HOOP SKIRTS, direct from t
juneB METCALFE St HITESHEWS
- : '''''' •
SADIi,LERI ! SADDLERY!,
r•I. . 1 •.:,. • : ' 2. 7 , . • , ~,..•.,-
'The subscriber respeclfullY irtform.hia(kl_endil:lna
tlge public, that he continues tocari-Y - cnitheo:-'
: : ' • abci;ie . bpiiii.se cl ai - iii OM §tara, ii ' '''/
•: ••• t 2. , •
WEST N.AR i
-tall Aif B RS -P -
and keeps :einittiatly-ori 'hand's genoriti. einrott;-,
-Rid* and WaitorkSiddles, • •'
- t •.,, • Rictidg-Pridim, 7
: ri Pl tand rA tt r ll 4.
Blaok and Faic • •-•
gi l F/ 14 •1 ‘ P t l a • C ollars , ;..f. d
pate a iLeath c r 4 (good onalitiy).
. • blind
,;vOi4iiii4in Lite iouna in t
liis shop; or made to onitir, at:/noi/it•Oie;atel''' -
'R P R. I N G''
, -11,7 •r;,,
'done at notice and on reasoris i blo terms.
TB,iINICS • 4...N1D ,V4LTSV3`
alsinsro .on, hancl.wil.aold. , cheap ( pan
I.la.PnlPioys hone but the ettemoriinnen.
- JAMES- 13. -MILAN.'
:I;ll(AbbLtlit ' §A,tottLtit
'We., sign of the !PURSE COLLAR, -
3 Fat:MIMI OYSTER respeetfulli - returns his
thanks to his patrons for the-Itheral egeonmeuaent
received from them heretofore, and ho would invite
them and the community fenerally, who May need
.my thing in his line, to give him a call at his old
On the-East'side of Main Street, :Chdtnhers
:Aug. five; deers South of Huber t Toihert.'s.-Hard
were Store. Where he keeps constantly bn hand ev
ery variety,of SADDLERY AND HARNES.S of
his own manufacture, and he is prepared to sell "thesame on terms:that defy competition. Every article
offerel for sale is warranted to be made of the best
metorml and-hr ebmpetent workmen, whiehisilt bo
•fully demonstrated on anexamination thereof,
TRUNKS AND VALISES..—He wortld - also
the attention of persons wanting, rkgood , neat and;
.0 atid V
aubstantiatTiunk or alise to his aSsort
littent.• . •, ' , june27,63.
War. Shit. St &air. corner .of Main and
' Washinkton Streets, 'Chamliersborg, Pa., mainifac
turor4,of all kip' ds of; WHIPS., such:as Wagon, Car
riage and Riding - Whips, of various sizes and of sts
- they offer to the'publicoaither
lay Wholesale orßetail, at very moderate prices.—
LASHES'o fall lengths kept constantly tin tin nderatt
thrsale,by the dozen, very cheap. They,alsomanu
ticturUStiperior HORSE . COLLARS, to which they
inriteartention.: - ' ,
Orders from,a distance solicited and promptly at
tended to., - • ; jun 17,63;
1110,ROAD ANELN AR R CARS,
tsingleandDouble Hamm, Riding and Driving
ridlei, (lents' and Ladies' Saddles, Wooden and
Sletal•Stirriips. Heayy .and. Light Collars, Riding
Lnd _Driving Whips ' in
every, variety-and priee,,,to
had at GORDON'S.' - • ' '
A D DLE'S OV'EVERY DESbRIP
-1: tion, HARNESS of all 'kinds' BSIDLES or
very variety WHIPS of all sorts, * SPURS of all
aakes, and BRIDTAR BITS of all - iiatterns'ean' bei
ad at C. H. GORDON'S Saddle and Harpess, Stolz
CIORDON THINKSAIE •CAN - 111110i
k. A ,out as GOOD A JOB at, his Shop,,oPnasite the
ndian Queen Hotel, as any other man in his line of
•nsincss. Go and look—may be YOU coin sec it
DOME AND SEE GORDON'S STOCK
V of Sachil;es,..llarness...fie.. which he is offering to
, b© public at eery reasonable prices:
G " DO
N HAS A SPLENDID, AS,
• sortment of .Faney Riding Whips, For
ladies smd Gentretnen *be like something nice. -
CIYAUS TI.:G:ORDQR IS •STTLL`'AT
ttie Old ;Stand, on •Main Street; oppoeite the
tedian geeen Hotel, „
l 0 TO 'GORDON'S AND SEEIF HE
ottn'tuit yam to'soixtethingiwbis•lino of buzi-
ICE CREAM.—Bitrkhart & Ilenshey
ate now inon . nrod to siipPlyjce creanieday and
night, in any quantity degred.
GO,N . FECTIONERS,
' A.tD DEALERS IN,
'•• North Main Strcet, (Teat Sid;) ,
h: air OZdera*mptly attended to. "63
LANDRETIPS AGRICULTURAL 111-
PLEMENT AND SEED WAREHOUSE,
2.1 and s iSouth Sixth Street, PaitatlaPhia, Pa.
DAVID LANDRETH & SON, Proprietors or Blooms..
dale, which contains near four hundred acres in
high tilth, devoted to the production of GARD E N
SEEDS are now prepared to supply Country Mer
chants, Druggists and all others who &call in Seeds,
with large or small quantities, by the pound - or
bushel, and else in papers made ready for tetailing.
The Establishment represented by David Land
reth & Son, has been founded nearly threc-fourthh
of ii century.
The wide-spread Duptltnsity, and the demanclin"
creasing from year to year, for
Landreth's Warranted Garden Seeds,
is evidence of the_ high value entertained for thorn
by the public.
Landreth 's Garden Seeds are not only favorably
received throughout the Union. but areshiPPed to
many foreign. ports. Indeed it may be stated- with
national undo that they come into active competi
tion with English Seed and British Soil.
David Landreth &Son invitaall who are not si
ren/1y purchasers of their Garden Seeds to make a
trial of them—assured tbat they will be/oand fully
equal to their' high reputation.
landreth's'Hural Register and Almanac contain
ing (catalogue of Garden Seeds with instructions,
furnished gratis. Also—Catalogue of Agricultuml
Implements. DAVID LANDRETH & SON,
'aug 12-1 s) Noe. 21 and South 6th St., Phila.
-_ _ - =rocra.
<IODIDE 44/34 4.0. VIC!
With the CemPlitind Coikkiet;titt.eorgiiifd Exttact
1 *.414.4 -
R 0 o 138, L;
PREPAID By Ny'At.ll.:,Gll4lo, M. D., • -
Graduate dttlitef Pliysielansaud Surgeons, N.
Y., formerly- t-Ptirsioutu Nook - well's 'aloud
• Hospitals ; .HetSeal Dispector H. York
StatoN °Wetter:pomp:, under 009(1-1"
;i'i;:r•ner - Edwin. ~
1414§ . ritc) . ui - -Q
• A REVOvUTION FI AltDICiisTE!
What may seem ablest*. incredible is,thittlriaAY
iSCIISCS• bitherto-Oansnlored.hopoteesiY. ineurame
re.freatieutlY eared in 'a few days ,qr weak s 'and-sve
ieerfully litsitg. the intestigatiens hiklibercl.
fintiMiandeLientifte'ro Mires - Vali* hive no pant
-lE44bn 0 - resent - day. . 4 . • •
AUZlitediVine is pecnliiir; bYsit the seat of anYdis
;iisti directly faached, and' th,et4ailibrium res
hose mAto have en et* Painful and oh-
annals dis'ea,ses - _ - -
hose who hate vainlz.ehuirtitles?..f - frona aklver
tieedittediehre4 _ , , -
hose who eannothe
Are t w
DuOnlitiopasAyeSt . eitie we illiv.heontendedivritts
battle:olnd eitcreon:Ropp lit*taa heiculean att
',:iere, elrertnarrantered 4,any Reformera.
RAPIDITY OF CURE.
Some say "your.curesare too quick," while oth-•
rs doubt their perfermaiice, and think that discus
;cart only be curedby the "slow, recuperative pro
iss of Nature." This is our reply:
In healtkrthehody, like a wqll-,hngmseed scale, is
a state of equilibrium._ But when from any causis
own,itoes one side of the scale, we have the agate
tlistase:i 'What is reiil uired is; to restore the Aor
..4balanqe of the scale.,
CONStri i uTi9N 2 'l 4 .lFE' El RUP,
phsitive and dil:disetniedarl
'mg,flela,au IhIPURE STATE OF 'ERE ..81 4 00D.,
• trd for all thireditarY/ 11tSPARES transmitted
,nom FAA/4NT TO CHILD,: • . ,
• It is swiroiversally arbilitte4 tha.C.Coistitutiert .
Life Syrup is the.only effective means of restoration
in the Vatioui forms of Part ii; that cie heed 'ett
reiterate tllpi;js emplttiFally, the Great Life-42v
ins Power. • •
, • DYSPEPSIA.
Indigestion.. Liver Complaint. Want of Ap',tite
Weight tit Stomach 'Biliousness: , • CanstiPatitai.
Flatulence. „ ,13a4 Breath. • .
-Strums,;! Glandular Glandular Swellings. • Salt ithetina.
King's Evil. Erysipelas. Ulceration.
taint. heriditarY 'rind accitilta, idling life wits
untold•miscrY. is by ail usual mediae' •remedies in
• • • SHEDISAT/SW
'Arthritis., Neuralgia. Tic Dolopreaux.
' Liimbago.•' '-•• &reties. • " • •Eitint.
" If t'lere is• any disease - in Which the Cons'itntitra
Life Syrup is a soverciffn, it is in Rhetimatism ; 24
its kindred affections, The maid internie are
almost instantly all eviated—enormoas swellings are
•CaseS.,chronic of vicarinds. 'of 'Aria
_Years' standing, have been-cured b.Y.ne. •
'Nervcsils Debility. Shattered'lsierves: St.Vitus'li t n&s
,LOB 5 of Po wer. Confusiop of Thoughts. -Epilepsy:
Thousands who have suffered for year will bless
the day on Which they can rend these lines. Partic
,elarly, to yeak,,sufforing van will this irtoLei,ll , 3
'prove Wn inestimable bleSsing— iptn -directing their 206t
t.R.s to a hope which fulfils more than It prpralaet
• Itait,fink 6t Crones.
Bad Complexion: Aches in Moses.,
Feeling of Weariness. Depression of Spir,its.
CONSTITUTION DIFE SYRII.O ntiktrex the sYki
tem entirelyfrom all the evil effects of AIERCI/11,Y
removing th e , Bad Breath; dntt • caring the Weak
Joints and Rheumatic Pains which the asp
is - ante to produce. It' harde'ne"Spongyl Gums_
and securestheTeeth as firmly as eVer.- - t , • ,
,root and branch, all Eruptivo Dlietuties
• • ' of the skin, lik'e • •
, ULCERS, PIMPLES, .4crrCHlggit
And all other difficulties of this kind, which BO
much disfigure the 'outward .aPPettranee' of both
males and females, often making . them a disgust ing Altieet to themselves and their friends;
t;0 NST ITUTION LIFE r.SIT,RPP
CURES ALL SWELLING OF THE pi,Alips,
Either thh Fite°, 'Neck; Or Fentale Bread, and
should betaken, es soon as the awe/ling is detected.
thus itreeenting theirbreaking• soil producing trou
blesome' Discharging Sores,. which dlifigura•mtmy
of the younger portion of the community, from six
to twenty years of age. ,Young-children 'are sexy
subject to Discharges from the Ears, which. depends
upon a Scrofulous .eonatittitimi. Theat cases soon
recover- by taking.a few, doses of the Life Syrup._
All scrofulaus . persons suffering froniGeneral //a
bility, Emaciation, Pyspepsiacand Drcipey of the
Limb., abdomen, and in the Female, Dr psy of the
ovaries and . womb generally accompanied with'ln
fiammatiort and Ulceration of the Uterus, are .er
lnaitently cured by Constitution Life Syrup. ' The
,disease known as or Swelled Week,- the Life
Syrup will remove entirely. The rethedY shertild be
taken-for tome time, as Mt disease;f4 ekneedingly
chronM an d'stubborn, and will not be removed with
out extm effort. . • .
Tumors of the Ovaries, Tumors of the Breast apd
swelliiigprother glands of th 6. body' will be COlll-
Ple,telY reduced without resorting to the
operations of any kind. ;
• Spiloptic Fits Sympothetio or Organic Diseases of
the Heart, as Palpitation. Diseases - of .the.yalveh.
a gritting or filing sound. Dropiry - of :die
Heart Case, and all the affectionti of this important
organ, (persons suffering from any acutepatn in the
region of the heart.) will be' .greatly relieved.b.g .
Const tuti.in Life Syrup. •
BROKEN-DOWN AND DELICATE CORKITTETIONS
suffering.frodi Indisposition to _Exertion. Pain in
the Back, Loss of Memory, Forebodings, Horrer,ef
Calamity. Fear of Disease. DimuesiblVisian. Dry.
Hot Skin and Extremities. Want of Sleep, Restles
'ness. Pale, $a yard Conntetiande.'and Lassittideof
the Muscular System, all require the aid of .Consti
tution Life Syrup. '
. FOR ALL(FOR3IS OF '
either of the - NOV, Throat, Tongue, Spine, Fore
head or Scalp, no remedy has ever proved Havana
MOTH PATCHES upon the female face, depen
•dinanpon a diseased notion of the Liver, are very
unpleasant to the young wife and mother. A tow
bottles of Constitution Life Syrup will: correct the
secretion and remove the deposit. why/ is directly
tinder the skin.
In Diseasesof the ' Li ver,•giving rise to I,anguop.
Dizziness, Indigestion, Weak Stomach, orarrulcer
ated or cancerous condition of that organ; acacias
_other unpleasant SsmP
toms, will be relieved by the use of Constitutioa
XI A GENERAL BLOOD-PURIFYING AGM T
TIFF t i f IFE SYRUP STANDS UNRIVALLED
BY ANY PREPARATION in the WORLD.
Diseases Of the Spine, aansnally"developed in'the
yonng,:lrlip Disease, Neuralgia, and'all Horvath; di
seases and Ladies who are suffering from Discrete!
for which they ere at a loss to know what to do.
we would advise tb ems° of Constitution Life Syrup.
It wilt restore their pallid countenance. etrengthee
their weak back and side, give them new energy.
new life and happiness._,
THE RICH AND POOR
are liable to the same diseases , Nature and Sci
ence have made the Constitution Life Syrup for the
benefit of all: _
Produces healthy men and women. and if the Con 7
stitution is neglected in youth, diseare and early
death is the result. Do not delay when the JIMA,
are so near at band, and within the reach of all..
TO 310THESS AND MARRIED' LADIES.
It is the safest and most efficient medicine ever-dis
covered for purifying the system and relieving the
suffering attendant upon childbirth. It strength
ens both the mother and the child prevents pain
and disease. and increases and enriches the food.—
Those who have used it think it indispensable.- It
is highly useful both before sad:after confinement,
as it prevents disease attendant upon childbirth.
IS THE POOR MAS FRIEND AND THH
RICH MA E'S BI:ESSING.
BUY IT, TAKE: IT, AND BE CUREV:
IT IS UNIVERSAL IN ITS -En - IEOISI
WM. IL GREGG. M. D.
Sole Proprietor. New York.
LABORATORY, BROOKLYN, L. L :
Kam $1 PER BOTTLE; 6 - BOTTLES - FOR $4.
Jam' Sent by Express to all parts of the country'.
MORGAI & ALLEN,
Whole rtle Drusuirists, AGENTS,
46 Cliff Street. New :York.
Sold by dohnsontfollorray .5; Cowden, Phikm:W.4
pbia, Pa., and all Drrondsts.
For sale by.A. J. MILLER. Chambersbum