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'ROOFING RAoly t 6 nail dowh.• -
ROOFING ~ore durable than Tin;
--,ROO PING -at half the cold of Tin.
Steelier Flat Roof.
t - r! F. '0 rCr F - I'N' G
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F 01?) ALL -BUILDINGS? •
Thi s Itooailig is made of the heaviest woven fab
ric, ever usedfor the
.pureose..-3 , lanufactured solely
broarselvei and secured by Patent.
P u t up in rolls atnl shipp ed.
_to all parts of the
a it iory. and tvtuallY for sat e 11S , hardware merehr
ants and builders.
It cantle applied by any, common workman,
Ligksji) aurr.A:PFRCIIA CEMENT,
FOR Tt! , ,P tIRING •
•LE . AKTT.IN ROOF
411BA.P.Eit THAN. OIL PAINT. ' •
iIEAVIER, BODY THAN OIL PAINT, ,
MORE DURABLE THAN OIL PAINT..
Worms a permanently adhesive, elastic coating
Ozer the whole surface of the tin, filling up all, the
And often saving the exuense ofn
- - -
GI TTY PEECTIA. CEMENT . .
is eszievially atlspC-41 to repairing
, LIRAK.Iir SIIINGTX ROOFS, j
.. -..- CHIM.NEE
~„ .. -, • ' ac., gm.. ST-, Sc.
This i.>. a, thick, tena , qous compound, applied with
a trowel or similar instrument, and does not dry up ,
,aral crack, ass d 0 all other articles used for this pur
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‘ '. - cructirarts AND SAMPLES,
-'43f the Ready Roofing sent be mail when desired:
kdberal arrangements mode with A. ,, ritv.
, , •' READY ROOFING CO..
' . illig 2G-1Y - f 73 .Jfaiden .Lane,New York.
-..,BALTDion.E . , LOCK HOSPITAL.-'.-
D11,,T0/IXSTON, the founder 914 his Celebrut
, 4(1 InStitution, offer- , the mo-t certain. speedy, and
only effectual remedy in the world for Glees, Sinn--
. • tyres, Seminal Weakness, Pain 'in the Loins, con
„ fßutional Duhility..T.mpotence Werdines+ of the
Slack and Limbs, Anerttoils of trio Ridticy.4,
tution of the Heart, Insoeosia, Nervou:
Disemes of the !lead,- Throat, Nose or Skin :
and all those serious and melancholy dirorders ari
-sing from the deAructive habit:l,of Youth, which
destroy both body and mind. These .ceret and soli
tary,practices are more fatal to their victims than
the :.song of the Symms to the' mariner Ulys.us,
Alighting their moo brilliant hope., or acticip'ations
rendering marriage. Se., impossible.
• Yining lifen,seecially, who have hccothe the vie
iints of Solitary 'Vizi!, that dreadful and deqructive
habit which annually sweeps to an untimely crave
thousand. of young men of the most exalted talent
and brilliant intellect, who might otherwise have
eatranced listening Senates with the thunder. of
eloquence. or whited to ccstacy the living lyre; may
aka with full clintidenee.
.Married , persons. or young . inen contemplating
marriage, beinelltware of physical weakness, organ
"le debility, deformities, Sm., should immediately
.yn.stilt Dr. johmtott.
Ho who places himself ni;uler the careof Dr. Johns
ton may religiottAyeonfide in his honor es a gentle-
Loan, and confidently rely upon his skill as a physi
..ilan. ORA IANIC . WEAKNESS!
HiItEDIATELY (mann AND FELL VIOOR RESTORED.
4 This disease is the penalty most frequently paid by
those who have become the victims of improper in
idulgonces. Young persons are too apt to commit•
steesses from not being aware of the dreadfifreons, , -
qtienees that may ensue. Now, why that nuderstands
the subject will pretend to deny that the poWer of
• Procreation is 10-t.moner by those fallineinttrimPro
,•- per habit o , aii by the prudent. Bus-ides beingitepriv
• ed of the 1 I mtaire of healthy offspring, and the most
serious ano destruct 4 sympathy-to mind and:body
arise. The system bt deranged, omes deraed:tlie'physiettl
audmental powers weakened, nerYous debility, dye
. • p9Wirt, palpitation of the hear 4, indigestion . a \vast
",,,tog of the frame, cough, symptoms of consumption.
Ojlice Xe. 7, South Fru:feria: St,eet,
*even doors from Baltimore street, East side, upthe
• lifting: Be particular in observing the name and
:dumber, or you will mistake the place.
CURE WARRANTED IN TWO DAYS.
' ..170 Mercury or Argeocous Drags.
DR. - . JOHNSTON,
`lc Member - of the Royal College of Surgeons, London
graduate from one of the most eminent Colleges of
• the United States, and the greater part of ivbrise
life has been spent in the hospipals of,Emndon. Paris
Philadelphia and elsewhere, has effected some of
the most astonishing cures that were ever known.
• Many troubled with. ringing in the head and 'ears
~ when asleep, great nervousness, being alarmed I.lt.
'Railtien sounds, and bashfulness. with frequent,
attenlett sotnetiMes with derangement of
won: eured immediately. •
' A CERTAIN DISEASE!
When the misguided and imprudent. votary 'of
piksure find he his imb:bed the seed of this Pain
' ful diseases, it too often happens that an ill-timed
sense of slutnie. or dread of - discovery, deters him
f :from applying to those who front education and're-
Sectabilitz. - eon alone befriend him, delaying till
`the constitutional symptoms of this horrid disease
make their it such as uh , crite.l , ore
;.ittr.i.tt, diseased nose, nocturnal pains in .the heat!
,-And limbs. dina nes , of; sight, deafness, nobs on the
'tiun, bones and arms, blotefir-s, on the h , -a4l, Pace
trlid exti entities, progressine. with frightful
at last the Palate of the month or the- hone ,
of i the noselitil in and tale victim of this awful di
- becomes a horrid of conaicisOlition.
'Ott! death putse, period t his dreadful Puttering , .
be sending him to "that bourne from W11 , ,,'.11 , 2Z nn
, Lovelier retuins."Pie such, therefore. Dr.'.lotios
tun pledgeshiinself.to preAerve the most inviolable
kt . i!reley: lioinliis'extensie2 pro ,•tice ii. the lit- I
Hospitals of Europe arid Ameroa, be gin cnrtident.-
sly recommend a safe and'spoxlv cure to the Minn . -
tunate sictini of lids hot rift
It is m melancholy Ltetthat thousands fill victims
to this horrid disease owing to the unt7liillftilness of
ignorant pretorilirs who by use of that dreadful
poLion, Mercury, ruin the constitution. and either
tend the unfortunate to an untintelygiave, or make
• the residue of life miserable.
TAKE' PARTICULAR NOTICE!
Pr. J. addresses those who have injured them
pelves by private and improper indulgence , .
These arc some of the sad and melancholy effects
' produced by early habits of youth, viz;—Weakness
Elf the Back and Limbs, Pains in the Head, Dimness
of Sight, Loss of Muscular Power. Palpitation of
-.the Heart,. Dyspepsia, Nervous Irritability, Der
' ?tenement t'rf the Di4estive Functions. General De
'tbility. Symptoms of Consumption, &e.
- .MENTALLY, the fearful elects on, the mind are
Much to be -dreaded; loss of Memory. confusion in
Ideas. Depression oSpirits, Evil Forebodings.
on to Society, Self-Distrust: - Love of Soli
tude, Timidity. &0., aro some of the evil effects.
• Thousands of persons of all atim can now judge
Whiit is the cause of their declining health, tossing
their vigor, becoming weak, pale, have singular
p~eenrs,uce about the 4• - es, cough. and Symptoms et
- . Consumption. •
•DIL, JOHNSTON'S INVIGORATING REMEDY
FOR ORGANIC WEAKNE6S.
Dv this great and important reirtedY. Weakness
'" Of the Organs is speedily cured, amid full vigor res..'
'thousands of the most nervous and debilitated,
.Who had lost all hope, have been immediately re
" tiered. All impediments to Marriage, Physical or
Mental Disqualification. Nervous Irritability,
' Trenibling, Weakness or Exhaustion of the most
fearful kind, speedily cured by Dr. Johnston.
, who hare injured themselves by atertain priv.tice.
Indulged in when alone—a habit frequently learned
'frArn evil companions, or at School. the effects are
nightly felt. even when aileop. and if hot cured
render marriage impossible, and destroys both mind
and body, should apply immediately.
What a pity< that a young man, the hope of his
.10uhtry, the darling of his parents, sbonld be snatch-,
'eta from all prospects and enjoyments of life, by the
consequence of deviating from the path of nature,
and indulging in a certain secret habit. Such per
' Mona, before. contemplating' •
' • - ItIARRIAGE
should reflect that a sound mind and body are the
most necessary requisites to promote connubial
happiness.. Indeed, without these, thejourney
through life becomes %weary pilgrimage, the pros
• l',.*el'hotirly darkens to the view; .the mind becomes
:41asitowed with despair, and filled with thelitelan
' oh* reflection, that the happiness of another be-'
• 'comes blighted with ()ureter':
'OFFICE ii o. -7 SOUTH FREDERICK STREET,
- skwrsuiaß. •
TO STRANGERS. .
The many thoniands mired at this Institution :in
pat tiftgen years ; and the numerous important
so ‘ rztcal Operations performed by many witnessed
ttib reporters ofthe papers; and oth Per
eons, notices of - which have appeared , again and
&Alla before the public, is &sufficient guarantee to
N. B. There are tni many' 4tnorant arid worthleirs
finfASsdvet tsa if tfithemselves Physicians: ruin
4',fr to tittq health of the alrpadv- tifflicte,d. Dr. Johns
' n"deems if:nee - warynay to thole unacquainted
'thatia reptitsiticit, that his - Diplomas hang - in Isis
5 . 14 liaarTiacg Ziorios7-itu, -letters 'must bupostlpaide
old ontas, stee ktufw F. iths 16-14 no
'" c . " • • "IttOu ,- "
• 4 ktIS -I,l*
LETTERS OF ADVI CE FOR LADIES.
. , .
FIVE ANATOMICAL ENGRAVINGS.
• Hoe information never before publiFhed.
Sentfritlira idated O'velope for TEN cents. •
- Ad,ylrs l 7 - 7, -: ,'; - - :DILSTANFORD.
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ITISTORY OF TILE- PENNSYLVA
..i. L. NIA RESERVES.—EIias Burr. Co., respect
folly lannonnee that they have in preparation
of the Pennsylvania R , .iserves from their
organization to the spiratiOn of their term of ser
This History will contain the names of ail the Offi
cers and Privates of the Corps, their promotions:
casnaltiesand discharges—also, graphic descriptions
,of their catnp. life and their gallant achievements in
the many battles in which they have taken part—all
derived from (Acid and authentic sources.
The history of the Pennsylvania Reserves will be
in ONn Votnun of 600 pages, octavo siec, neatly
nrinted on gong paper, and substantially Ixonnd in
black cloth, cetemining a St ee l Engraving (tithe la
mented Reynolds: undone of Gov. Curtin, (who first
recommended the formation of the Pennsylvania
Reserve Corps,) and will be sold only by t•ubserip
tion. It will be readyin nett. Price—Three
Dollars per copy.;.
The Pnblishers feel confident that the lust pride
which every Pennsylvanian must entertain for the
brave men whose gallant achievements and patriot
ic self-devotion it records will sm-ure for "THE !S
-TORY" a trenero Os and aporPciative reception. '
ELIAS. BARR S CO.. Publishers.
No. 6 East King Street.'Labevtor. Pa.
A. C. Itr.prxr.rvsnEit, (iilneral Agent. York. Pa.
Capt. Civ.n: W. 11E.tuY, C,hamberssurz,..A.Tertt for
ATANHOOD: HOW LOST, HOW RE
-1 TOILED.—Just published, n new-edition or
hIt.ICOLVER WELL'S CELEERATED ESSAY
on tio:rartietd cure (without medicine) of SD.ram
forrhreo, or sofninal Weriknes.,d, Involuntary Semi
nal Gcrxrx, for,oofentli. Mental and Physieal Inca
racirY. runediments to Marringe, ote.; also, Con
xamption. Epil,iwy, and Pit., induced by Alf-indul
gen. or . sexnal extravagnnee.
Price:in n scaled eveione, only 6 cents.
The celebrated author in this admirable essay
clearly deinue.strates. from* thirty years successful
practice, that alartnint coif -collet - Meg of self
abase may be radi=tly cured without the danger
ous use of internal medicine or the application of
the knife—pointing out a mode of cure, at onto
certain and effectual, hi , means of which every
sufferer. no matter what his condition may he, may
sure himself clitatplv.-privateiy, and r
Pith Lecturo should be in the halals of every
youth and every man in the land.
Sent. under seal, in a plain envelone, to any ad
dress, prort-pniq, on recent of six cents, or two post
stamps. Address the oabliAers.
• . CHAS, J. C.KLINK
; 12 flowery, Sew York, Post dike box 4536. '
fIOUSIN LIZZIE'S LITTLE JOKER.
A bright, slim Ming little journal which every
tittle boy and girl tend older ones. toot Phould sub
seribc for. It i 4 wall filled with intercsting matter
and will ^ire sati4faciio.l to all who are not rev?!
bard to tdcage. Term., 2.5 cents a - year. Address
" COLTS ENLIZZIIi," No. 43 Anu St. New York.
Eobacco anb ,ergars.
4uCENTS PER ;POUND TAX ON
TOBACCO.—The Government is about to
put a tax of 40 cte. Per pound on Tobacco.
You can save 50 per cent. by
You ea.agave Si) per Cont. by
Buying:your Tobacco at J. D. JACOBS'.
Buying your Tobacco at J. D. JACOBS'.
• Buving your Tobacco at J. D. JACOBS'.
Prime Navy.Tonacco at 73 to 80 ct,s. '
Prime Cavendish Tobacco at S 0 ets. to $l.
'Prime Flounder Tobacco at 75 to 00 ets.
Prima Congress Tobacco at 60 to 80 cis.
Prime Twist Tobacco at 75 to 110 ets.
• .TACOBS sells Old Virginia Sweetr.avendiqh,
JACOBS sells'Old Virginia Plain Cavendish.
JACOBS sells Old Virginia Smoking Tobacco.
JACOBS' Michigan Fine Cut Chewing Tobacco.
Cannot be E" . uato.
Cannot be Equal 4.
JACOBS''Segnrs are superior to all.'
JACOBS' Segars are saperior to all.
Pipes, Pipes. Meersehanni Pipes. Brier Pipes,
Box Pipes, Mahogany Pipes. Apple PipeS,
Cherry Pipes, India Rubber Pipes, Clay Pipes. and
other pipes. Pipe in and get your Pipes, Segars mid
Tobacco at J. D. JACOBS', Main Street, Cho re bers
NEW TOBACCO SEGAB
STOR.E.To TUN CITIZENS Ole I,ILLIIEEBSIITIRO
AND VICINITY: The undersigned having been com
pelled_ to leave Virginia on account of his Union
sentiments, has come among you to establish a LlOS
itlel.s, hoping from his long experience, and by eloFe
attention, he will meet with a generous support.—
awl: will consistof 'all the best brands of TO
BACCO AND SF:GAR. which he will sell tnichettii
as can he had any where in town. Don't forget the
place. sign of the "little Virginia nigger," opposite
the Franklin 'Hotel, next door to Shryook's Book
Store, South-east etn nix of the Diamond.
jun 17,63. C. 11, DUST.
T UST It E -
11 ED—A fresh supply of
Michinan Fine Cut Chewing Tobacco at
jan27-Iy. .j, D. JACOBS'.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF TO
BACCO and SEGARS.t wholesakt or retail
at SHAFER A: STUART'S.
WI. W. W. SrIILOSSEE. DR. S. M. PF.PDICOP.P. ,
ENTISTIt Y.—Office in Mr. jt)IIN
.11-1 NORI;i=. Butt.tuNg. Second Floor. immediately
oPPOFite the Franklin Ilouye, Davin- '
kid an ex
perience ritla. number of years, and for the last four
Year% itiebambersburg. they feel warranted in say
ing.that they will be al , le to please any one who
.may give them a. call.
. •• TEETH INSERTED
From one to a full set, on fine aqld, Silver, Kr.vo
pla4tic or Vutermite Amber Bavr, at prices more
reasonable for neat and substantial work than any
other Dentist outside of the cities. Teeth and /loots
skilfully extracted or plugged to last for life. Tar
ts and other treigrombstances removal. thusbean
tifying and preservine the teeth. Gold and Silver
Plates neatly repaired or taken in exchange for the
Vulcanite Amber Base, which is much cheaper,
more dare Ye fr7ldlighlrr than inetalio or other plate.
'and is worn with perfect ease and.' comfort, being
kept in its place by attrumphelie pressure, The-plate
will net, corrode or oxidize. 1 1 .1 will a metalie plate.
Specimen plates to be :leen at the office, There con
sultation can be had at anytime . Satisfaqtion Atar
anteed dr no charm &lit refertne ,, g4 [aPV
D tmov - AL. —DR. J. K. REIT).
it) Dentist, has removed his offivefrourthe corner
of the PubdieSetare, where he pra-tised so many
yeara,:to the corner of,Main .arat Queen Streets,
'above Tioyoerk Crusler's Drug More, Chambers
burg, Pa-, where he will be pleased' to receive the
calls of his friends. jun 17.63
TAR.. N. SCHLOSSER HAS REMOVED
his Dental Office to the Diamond. opposite the
Chambersbarg Bank, on the Second floor of the
Mansion House.where ho can always be found, be
tween the hours .of 9A. M., and 4P. M. apl3-tf
\-1 ed having formed a Co- - partnership. Mr the
Puroose of continuing and carrying on the STOVE
AND TINNING BUSINESS, in the name af
LER, HAMILTON & CO., respectfully invite their
old elastomers and the public general's' to give them
a call. - J. B. - MILLET_
Viishing to close the old. Books, persons know
ing themselves indebted' will plense call and settle,
by note or otherwise. , J. B. MILLER.
11011 ARTNERSHIP .—Notice is here
by given that. the undersigned have entered in
to partnership in th - e Hardware and Cutlery business
at the old itand'of Myers Sc Brand, where we are
Prepared to furnish every thing in oar line as cheap
ns any other houso in the county. Special induce
ments are offered for cash, as our motto will be quick
sales and short profits. JACOB S. BRAND,
0t14',63. GEORGE FLACK.
00-PARTN. ERSIII u_ndersign-
N-i ed has associated- vrith himself, on the la Feb
ruary; 1864, JOHN 11. :''.ETT.TART, in- the 'Grocery
bnsiness. urAer the nanth and style of SHAFER:St:
STUAR'f, - Thankfai for the patronage heretofore
extended to the establishment, he hopes by a strict
attention to businet-e to merit for the new firm -a
continuance of public thvor. • "
mar a JACOB "SliArtft.
ted with me, this- day,, February fith 1864, in the
mercantile business L. B. KINDLTNE; the business
hereafter wilt he Conducted under tho firm of WIL
LIAM WALLACE & CO. Having had ,
peOcusase , hop/Loft:um, I solicit the Alamo for the new
A:tfi WILLIAM W4X,r4PEt
,thel Awl* fttpostionr, tionbarobllat Pa.
G RO O ERIES :\ I 7IIOI.,ESALV. ; 'AND
SHAVER .VSTUART ,;
OVI.IS.I7.F.SPECTIMLLY CALL TiTS Arrwr. rios . ,9r - car.
.citizens of Cliainber,ilCirg find viCinipy
TO THE VARRIEO EXTESIVE-AS.
, SORTMENT OF
Fruit, , '
- . .
~,, - . .
• Qucensware, - - , •
Cedarwarc, , „ • .
= - - and a general Stock of
which they are now offering,. and Constantly receiv
ing frotii-&•,cv. - York, Philadelphia, and Baltinaore,,
nt thew. tore Itoom;on Main: street, opPositellither
Tel Store. -, •- "
It is therm intention to keep snchnn assortment as
the demandi of this community require. They have
the best- faciliciefi for the purchase of goods, on the -
most advantegeous terms, and having their own'curs
on the Bead, and one of the firm being - almost con
stantly in the city, affords them every adVantage in
purchasing 7,oak in the shortest time, and at less
expense.than dsual, which enables them to sell
VERN LOW FOIL CASH!
of nll grades, from the highest to the lowest pee%
by the harrer, or punnd. -
SY MIPS AND MOLASSES,
hy the 1 - I°7ehead. Darrell or retail for faaiil3i use.
SUGAR CURED 'RAMS,
, COARSE ._,A.;srp
at city wholesale Prices.
We would call especial
cis and others. tvishinc:
pricer, riS we are PiePare'
Grocery line as cheap
Eastern cities. SItAFF,
The highest price paid
duce, or When in exchan
Fit IT I T S,, SP IC E - &C .
Oranges and Lemon , Onions,.
Bunch Itaisiri. PreServcd Ginger,
&Niles.; Ftli,ins, Oirkins,
Layer Itaiwis, Pineapple Pres'is,
Prunes, • .- IPaPer-Shelled- Almonds',
Currants, • 'lord Shelled de.
. Filberts, '
Turkey Fc4-4, 1 Pecan l't u.ts.
Malaga Files,' i Cocoa
Fruit. - . lingliqh Walnuts.
Split Peas, ' • Walnuts
WahtnitC4tettp, ' Shellbaritc,
Tomato do ; Water Crackers, , •
Mosbroom lie Sugar ' - • .
Pineapple Chfse.,s:e, Matches,
Sap Sago IStove Polish,
English " • . !Smoke Pipes.
swiss 'Market 13askets,
Liniburgc- " , Buckets,
Bakers Chocolate. i Brooms,
Woreesterehire sauce, E.ss‘cnce Cline,
Pepper, Cloves. Candles.
Cinnainon.Alspieceround brad Pencils,
expressly forfanillyuie, eaStile'Soap,
Beans. Pickles. Toilet '
Chow Chow Pieties, Rosin "
Cauliflower do Indigo,
Mixed_ do . iti.tareli,
Vermicelli, Scrubbing Brushes,
Nonpariel Capees. . Sweeping •" '
Lentels, Shoe 1
French Mustard t'thoe Blacking.
Voleman's Mmitard. Silver Sand,
Durham do Rath Brick, .
salad Oil . . , .Trinnli,
for sale at • SIT A E'ER '&- STITARr'S,
__ - Main Street, near Queen.
FAMILY GROCERY STORE.
E. f. BOYD - '
having purchased the Grocery Store of ThomasMet
calf. on Main Street, opposite Grove's 110 - tel, takes
this method of informing the old patrons of the
lintrw, and the public generally, that he is opening
a varied assortment of
Fit BSI'. GROCERIES,
which ho is prepared to offer at the lowest cash pri4
res. Ills stool; consists of.
SUGARS,- COFFEES AND TEAS,
of all grivle. from the highest to the lowest prige's.
Nos. I. 2 and 3 MACKEREL.
BROWN AND WHITE SUGAR;
SYRUPS AND MOI4SES.
FRUIT, SPICES, &;c., c;
such as Oranges and Lemons, Bitnch Raisins, Secti
le,s Raisins, Prunes, Currants. Citrons. Figs: , Wal
nut and Tomato Catsup. Chocolate, Mace. Ginger,
Nutmetrs, Macaroni. Mustard, and every article
usually found in a GrocerrStore.
E I I) E L iii A N,
D. WHOLESALE GROCER AND
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 703 :If A lIKET and 4 N. 7th ST.. PHILA.
Invites the attention of merchants to his large and
well assorted ,tuck of SugarB. F..yrups. 'read and Cof
fcr .all which will h..tild at the lowest market
rates. Country buyers and sellers will find it to
their advantage to give him a
Price currents containing all the varieties of the
market to be had of S. S. SILRYOCK. Chamber:l
imn% - selA
R ROOM S, BRUSHES,
Hooks and I yens, and every article aqttallY found . in
a Variety Store b.:. ' BOY. T.1%-•,
Mainiqreet, roposite Grove's Hotel.
FL O U R, HO-MINY,
Corn Meal, Potatoes,
Bacon. Cider Vinegar,
Beans, Penner Sauen,
Itiee, Lard. Pickles,
at BOYD'S Groeery Store.
~IFISCELL ANROU.S - 'ARTICLES:
iI l'inter Crackers, Matcheß, Stove ,Polith, Es
sence of Coffne, St:ITA. Shoe 131n.oking.
Snnd, Se., for sale at BOYD'S Cheap Grocery.
AMILY FLOUR, BUCKWHEAT
amt. CORN MEAL by the barrel or in small
quantities for sale at SIIAFEIt & STUART'S.
LIRESII FISH AND . OYSTERS RE
CEIVED every week at
SHAFER, & STUART'S.
KUNKLE'S BITTER WINE ,OFICN, i
A pure and Powerful Tonic, Correoti've and altera
tive. of wonderful e_flicaey in disenees of the
STOMACH, LIVER and BOWELS. ..
. Dyspepsia, •
Headache, General De- ' „
billy Nervousness, Depres-
. !lon of krits, Constipation, In=
Aerynittent _over, Acidity . of the Stour-•_
ach, Nausea. Heartburn, Disfrust for Food.
Fullness or Weight in the Stomn.ett, Sinking or
Fluttering at the Pit of the Stomach. Swimming of
the Rend. Difficult Breathing, Yellow Head.
Pain in the Side, Back, Chest, and, Limbo,
. will curn every mien of Chronic or Ner
vous Debility. Diseases of the Kid
neys and Diseases arising from
a disordered Stomach.
. Mood for Male or -
Fcmal.e.Old or ,
The most heneficial!medieine known; gives bettor
satisfaction and cures more diseases than any /
other Preparation offered to the public.
This truly valuable Tonic has been so thoroughly
tested by all classes of the coinmunity, that it is flaw
deemed indispensible as a TotiM.lll edicin e. It costs
but little; gives tone to the Stoinach, renovates the
system awl prolongs life.. We now only ask a trial
of , this valuable Tonic.
BEWARE OF GOUNTRRFEITS.
Preiared and sold wholesale and retail bi S. A.
KUNKEL k BRO.. 118 Market et„ „BarriMarg.
For sato in Chainbersburg.by 3, S. NIXON, and
FISII AND CILW,I3,
attention to country dont
to purchase at wholesak
d to sell everythink in the
1.9 can be-purchased in the
It S. STUART, Main St:
in cash for 'country Rro
ge for goods.
:D;' rr :;11, 1
. • . :• .• `.
stook of StoiliGooils 111 fawn.'
LIVICKS WHOLES - XIZS
Mealy n 6 any , Souse• in Pliil.24li4iphia.
• r • r r:', r I
atLWICES WTI 0 E LES ,AS
kA cheap as any ilooseiri Philafelphitt--
aELWICKS KEEPS TBE lARGESI ;
N.-A stock of Store Goods in town.
Farmers barafor ,
ciELINICES B,UYSF e VERYTIITNG
kit •rtirmers‘hdve for ts.T9 ' • • • . ,
ELWICKS IC - EX S' ALL KINDS
I.X ,of Gotitik trete, thelleapest: to the fling. „ ,
- i. 4,.;•
-aErAvicKs,ltE S L RIDS
; Goode, from the ehekip,est.fe.theilite.it,
a ELWICKS KEEPS .I,'ATEII.YIIIING.
qiii4Yqchit,k . eepB 33 \WWI*,
. •t 7,
ELWICKS SELL , THE_ FINEST
GELIVICKS sells the finest Tdas. • '
G ELWICKS sells the best S.pies.s. • •
GELWICKS sells'the'best Bakrtur
"GEL :WICKS sells the hest Cider - Vinegar,.
GELIVICKS sells the best Chodokte. • .1
GELWICKS sells all grades of Aluokprel.
GELIVICKS sells Stoneware.
I.4ELIVICKS - sellS Queenarrare.
GELIVICES sells' the cheapest Tumblers.
GELiV WKS sells prime Cheese.
GELIVICKS sells fresh Crackers of all kinds.
(IF:MI. 7 IOES sells Hants. Shoulders and Bacon:
GELWICKS sells once Ground Spices..
GELIVICICS sells Raisins, Almonds A: Confections.'
GELIVICKS sells Coerse, - Fine and Dairy Salt,
GELIVICKS sellsErush C 5 of all kinds...
GELIVICKS sells Ground Coffee at 2.5 ets @I rb. •
.cI.EL WICKS sulk Combs, Pencils, Thread, Notions.
ELIVICKS L Alt-GE STOCK Oti
,gercliandixe embraces ton many different ar
tides-mut bnuiehes to give to list of goods' or prices.,
but suffieF to say it is the largest establishment
the kind in the county: and he expects his business
to pay him by selling the largest quantity or goods,
and not by large profits. It is the only GROCERY
EtOTTSE.in- the chanty. owing tolhe large umonntof
goodssold;thot has a Illotesale it4V7I-Re, which can
be seehdit the,k=sess R)oks of thetloyernment. To.
his largestock . ' etSPEltAl. COAL and LUBRICA-*
TIls7G OIL he world especial call the, attention of
consumers. lie al.o deals largelydn , KEROSENE.
Cheaper than thc4(Yrorrpfarti What...Blllc mid Ratak-
Country, Merehants look to your interest and
ctamine-befort sending your enders fo the city, as
Gclwicks will not be undersold by, any Jobbing
J une4,1864. - Gk..:LIVICKS.
ruo.TIIE-LApIES OF. AMERICA.
LYONIE-PERIODICAL' DROPS. -
LYON'S - PE,RIODICAL DROPS. '
LYON'S PERIODICAL DROPS,
LYON'S PERIODICAL PROPS.
THE GREAT FEMALE REMEDY!
THE GREAT FENA.LE 'REM EDI i
• THE GREAT FEMALE REMEDY
THE GREAT FEMALE RiIAtELY
LYON'S PERIODICAL DROPS - -
LYON'S PERIODICAL DROPS ,
LYON'S - PERIODICAL DROPS
LYON'ii PERIODICAL DROPS
ARE 1 3ETTER THAN PILLS!
_ ARE BETTER THAN PILLS!
•ARE BETTER THAN PILLS!'
ARE BETTER THAN PILLS!
Lypn's Periodica,.l Drops lire •• _
THE ONLY 'FLUID PREPARATION - •
THE ONLY FLUID PREPARATION
THE ONLY FLUID PREPARATION
THE ONLY FLUID PREPARATION
ever broughtbefore the public, and as a diuretic and
specific for irregularities, Fhallenpesthe world to pro
duceum equal; they are, in the most obstinate , cases,
RELIABLE, AND SURE TO DO GOOD!
- •:: RELIABLE, AND SURE TO DO GOOD!
RELIABLE, AND SURE TO DO GOOD!
• 'RELIABLE, AND SURE TO DO GOOD!
AND CANNOT DO HARM
AND CANNOT DO HARM
AND CANNOT DO HARM , .
AND CANNOT DO HARM_ -
IF THE DIRECTIONS ARI - ADHERED TO!
IF THE DIRECTIONS ARE ADHERED Tat
IF THE DIRECTIONS ARE ADHERED TOI
IF THE,DIRpgTIONS ARE ADHERED TO
EzAyr. AT ALL TIMES;
SAFE AT ALL - TIMESi- - ,
SAFE AT ALL TIMESI
SAFE AT ALL TIMES!•
exec . )t when expressly' forbiddenin the directions
which are wrapped atotmd - ndolt bottle, and have fit_
writtnu si'g r uatnre of 1)r. Jxo..L. LYON upo Weal.
• NONE-OTHERS ARE GENUINE!-
• NONE OTII ERS ARE GENUINE!
. NONE OTHERS ARE GENUINE!
NONE OTHERS ARE GENUINE!
BEWARE OF CtitINTERFETTS I -
BEWARE-OP. COUNTERFEITS! • .•
BEWARE OF COUti rEItFH:IT I . .
13E1V-AltE op GOUNTi.ItFRITBI • • • • .
They cnro all those Ills to which the tensile system
is subjected with dispatch and h. degnie of certalutY
'which nettling but a seicatiticallYcuEr.pouuded fluid
preparation could reach.
USE No MEM
(JAI NO OVUM
1./§4 NO OTUERI . •
for my Drops stand,before the world as the ne jaw
nib* of all re-ratifier. for the cure of all diseatma of
t he : Kidneys and Blidder, Letteorrlieu, Prolupeus and
th* ild but positive iorret tion of irregularities.
DO NOT BE:IMPOSED 'UPON l
DO NUT BE LIIPOSED _UPON I
DO NOT IE. IMPOSED OPONI
' DO ,NO3l BE IMPO'ED
by those who hive other' )reparations, Which they
desire to palm offoupon the strength of the popular.-
ity of my Drops, and who recommend their own nos
trums, thus appropriating to themselves the non..
stant deufand for my Periodical Drops, as a medium
for selling something which is worthless and ineffic-•
icnt. But when the Druggist you apply to has not
got them, either make him buy them tor yod. or ehie
enclose one Dollar, to -the nearest general whol es ale
agent - Irian will send you - oh - an - a by return Express.
You will thos - trave-yoursolves trouble, and obtain
relief from the greatest Female Regulator of the
. Over 25;000 Bottles or this medicine hay/sheen sold
within the last six months, and every Lady tit:Whoa
used thorn, ,but for the ature'of the cure,lvoydd
furnish us, with her sworn certificate of their effidaeY.
It takes but one Dollar-to make the exrieriment,:o
appeal to those of your sercrhoniesufferim,--will
you waste away when a single, Dollnx.will give you
instant relief. • • " „ .
• •- Pr,ettrs4
s olely by Dr.'..Tico. L:lrteN.• Praatiaing
Price $1 per bottle.
C. G. CLARK & CP:
Wholesale'llinigists New Raven. Coner..traiseral .
; 40DWfor.tiiti United , Stateaatl•Gasutiras. 4 ' --
For sale at. Wholesale by
BARN ItS4 -(lo:aNtnYllork.• ---..
GEO. C.-GOOD WIN &CO. Ogrigg,' ••
:7011XSIXIN. I.I.ALL - OW C AY B A; DOWD - RN,'
yviti. •C A, Atrtyinirr,:vx , ',Am u
Chamberhburg, Pa r: , t ildflipe _
clings. directly onopsite the Court Rouso, '
"Mewing kanlitreauttonneitiatt trial the Prevost,
M arshal's (Mee, be offers his services to drafted
;men i the lOth Coligresiltettif Distfict. claiming cx
,emptinn frmn,Military service,ruiderithe law. or for
'physical earetes ;' And tiopes'frOnfliis olcperience and
stales...attention to.tinsiness.th Satisfy those inttifst.' 2
ing hm withn their case& Persons from abroad can
xeceirciadviecnndb at's their eases Dtileared by ear
vßeforehee eat; be -bild to the Beaxd of,Enrolmont
of the. 16th 4.)istrict, ;Hon. 4.- K. McClure Hon.
James itTill. ehambersbnrg.'arld Hon. En. dePhcr
cork Clerk Illeno 'of, Representatives. ian27.
TTASTLIGS -G.E.H.R.!_Attorney ,at'La't6
nuclavicra/Ciuips 449('nf• Office — Market gt 4l
Enst ofitie Court Rouse, Chanthersburg, Pa. His,
long ex.perienco - inVdshington hat given him lib- ,
nsual becoming. thoroughlynainted ,
.with the business in the different -Denartment7.-- .
11aviurr resilTned his position in the War DePurt4
Mont. he - is-tiow prepared to - attend to all business
entrusted th.bis care.- - Ar m y and , 'Navy Pe.nsionsi
liountY'and !Arrears orPay obtained for, Soldiers,
their Widows or heirs. - t apet-tf
-NILL.-LA.w P kle
—Th und rs* ed have SS o vted
themselves it ihe'pra etice%f thelyanr 'the several
Courts of Franklin County. .Offiee . i.m Market'St.,
in the room heretofore oecupied'by T. B. Kennedy.
• . ,•t - T, B. KENNEDY;
T. J. NILL.
• F. S._'SrumktArr...M. JOHN ATF:WART.
PE TUX/3 &: STEWART, Arr oR 7
NEYS AT LAW. Chamber,sbum-Pa., , give . their
undivided attention to the practice of themprefcs
John Stewart, Agent for'procu ring BMintymqp - pyf
Pension,-Eted Arrearagoi of .Pay..• , !.: •
Office in the room latelY ocutipied by Hop. Wikort
Reilly:on Market Stroe't;•opPosito the Court
junl7s3. 6 "
& w; S.:
G. , icni* : A'r likivlditatribei‘sbnrt. Po. Coßee
lections promptly attended t§.l - :, W.& Stet:Mel;
triet Atternds; - . and Agent for nroeuring Pensions,:
13oudty mor4y, and Arrcarsof Pay: Office in Frank
lin'Euildingtlld door from,the corner. .innl?jMl.,"
T*: *Office Dard's dwelling. di
rectly opposite tho,CouTtliouse. Chambersburg,
practiqi tbe - Neveral Courts of Franklin tald
rulton ; CountieN All. legal business entruSted to
hi.; care will reeerce nrompt attention. jun 17.63.. •
M'DOWFLL "SITARPF - ATTOPtEt
•-juni7A3. ; - • - • •
0. .SEILHAIIIER; ATTORNEY AT
A. • Lbw,-Charoliersbnre., Pa. • °Mile,: Main St.
above Queen, in'the room formerly oce a pled - hy S.
Reisher, Fag. • - 3m317,632
S'•cLARK., , :ATTOItSEY AT' LAW.
Al • has removed his office a few doors Eastof his
foriaer locatiuh, on Maiizet Street,'South side.
juuri,63. ; - ,• • - , ,
CIALVIN AL.DUNCAN, ATTORNEY AT
A.:./ ;law. 'Qfrice on Market Street, in Lawyer's
Row; opposite the.Court Howe. ' jun47,t1.3.
T HOS. L. FLETCHE4, ATTorartrir
Chambersburg, Pa- Office on liast Mar
ket St.:: nearly onhosite tht Court House . '
A LEX. K. 111'CLURE, ATTORNEY AT
Cikarabersburg f 4`,lfficiaii the FriPk
iin'Repiizitory Buildin;s. . • jun 17,63 .
-n, ,w A Tso N - IfONVE, ATTORNEY .AT
..1../• "LA*, GreeneaStle,'Pe..-: ; 'sep3o,63.
M4tcbes auli 3rWettgo.
- U N U G H'S
1., ; CLOCK. WATCH, - AND • , -
MAIN ST.. NEXT THE POST- OFFICE. '
. CliA)l BERSIIITAG, PA.
The undefsigned , vrould respectfully Ball attention .
• to pis present stock, consisting of •
' • • ' ATCII E S ,
Gold and Silver, of American and Enteneemmhh
tifacture, of all qualities and styles, and • ;
at the lowest prices.
• , C • L- C S
- In great variety. Parlor, Mantel, Office, Lc.
J'E•W E L
Tim newest and moat desirable styles of OnYr, Cora
and•Peirl Gold Chains,•Bracelets, Fitiger '
Rings," Gold. Thimbles, Sleeve_ Bat-
' tons.Neeklaces.Atmlets.Ma . -
sonicand Odd FellowS: Breast Pins Are. r'
EiOLil ASD JET JEWELRY.
• , • A Splendid stook and newest styles.
SILVER AND PLATED WARE,,:
Consistingn of Tea =Sets,' Castors: , Mugs, .Spoons,
_ • • • _ •
Yrure the best and tuost celebrated. inernafactorial.,
F A N' CY - GOOD ' • "
A very large and attractive stook.' '
'CUTLERY AND „POCKET KNIVES.
Rodger's inperior Pen knives, of different quali
ties and prices. t • • -
GOLD, SILVER, AND STEEL - SPECTACLES.
The long.e,xperience of the. undershmed the se
lection and adaptatien of Glasks
bies him •to an.Y ki
At no time have the people of this con* had a
moreattractive- and extensiVe'stook to select from
than is now presented at the establishment of 'the
undersigned. Every article is new and of the latest
style, and will be sold at thq very lowest, pride.. •An
examination is solicited before purchasing else
where: . •
REPArItING done at the shortest notice hyeop27
petent workman. ' •
E. AUGHINBAUGL ,
se23. •2d door South of PostOffice,Chaseb'g.,
V"F '0 It S'Y'r 'H & C 0.,
•42 and 44 .24 - carsau, St., New Perk,
(Adjrining the Post Office,) • a•
Offer for sale tha.following' niatnificent Bit of -
WATCHES. CHAINS. JEWELRY, &c.,
VALUED AT $300:0001 •
Each , Article One. Doliar, ortuttug to be Paid For
• • unfit non knots tehar pOu pet.
100 Gold and Silver Watches-410 00.104100 each
200 Ladies' Gold Watches 35' each
-500 Ladies' t. Gents' Silver do 15 each
5,000 Ladies' Gold Pencils 400 to 6 each
5.0001101 d-baud Braceleti,:-..-:. 300 to 10 .each
10,0 X) Lockets, Chains and Rings 2-50 to 6 each
5,000 tuineo; Mosaic and- Jet .
Brooches ... • ... 400 to each
6,000 Coral and Florentine Ear
Drops -4 00,to 8 each
10,000 Gents lirea.st-Pins 200 to Scalds
15,000 Sleeve Buttons und - Bpso en
Studs 2 00 to ' t tail(
10,000 Sets Ladies' .
Jewelry • • '6'oo to 10 each
0,000 Lava. and „Elorentine.Sets 4.00 - to, 6 each
'lo.(3 Gold Pens, Silver-mount- • -
'ed Holders.— 4_ 00, to 6 ea c h
5.000 Gold Pens. with Silver Ex-
.tension Casestind Pencils 4 001.4 "I 6 each
' The articles in this stock-of Jewelry &roof the
neatest and most fuShionable stileS. , ' Certificates of
all the sario us articles are put. in sealed envelopes
'arid mixed, thns'giving all a' fair chitnee; andeamt
by mail, for cents each; and on recoititofthe cer
tificate, it is at your option: to send Ost Dorls.a.and
tak Odic article named in it or not. Five Certi fica tes
for ; eleven fur $.2-; thirty for $5; sixty for. $10:'
'one hundred far" $l5. Certificate money' to be en
,order. order. Correspondence pronmtly - an
'veered. - ' " " - . .
MIEN TSWANTED in everTtown and roe:tient.
'Send for 'si , circular. Address
. - W. FORSYTH CO., •
juner.,-2m) 42 k 44 Nassau St., New York. ; •
A .0 0 B :Y'
(Succertmr to 'Maurer k`Xrtrley -
622 3L.4,,RKET ST.. PH ILADELPHIA A .
Dealer in Tine (141 d rtrid 'SIIvcr'WATCHES: Fine
Gold JEIVELRY Solid SILVER WARE. and the
ngST-M.taltrOf •SILVEIC PLATED-WARS, Cott—
stoutly on hand a large assortment of the, aboye
goods at /Pro prieett: • :• • '
• Watches And Fine Clocks REPAIReD, hi skillful
workmen: allso. - Jowelry 'repairing; Engfaying and
all kinds of Hair-nrotk to,order,:at short-notice. -
Don't forget the ;Wm A.rA.l4l)i No.-622 Market
St.. Philatra..• [ap2o-3m1.-
, • ..r.,Won &ann.' •
QIERER .45c O.OOVE.Re
ATIVAIEIt.T A F. S, •
Test.Quien Strteli Cluznibirsburgv fia.;
Would respectfully inform the citizen, orChambers-;
'burg and garreuriding (ioniiti7; that theinre pro
pared to attend to the UndertakiNein
branches, frdni the' Layinfr, :out or Corpseslo their
fin ti, disposition.- ,hey ;have to ilitie .erliiett"eri
-abresthem,to make to .order 00,FF1 . ,1S of arlY
soriPtien at die shortest noticeiatiti firnable
1115 r Prinirals attended in to4n
iris- All orders left svitir.them,.at, the.weltrknowil
Furniture and Chair establishmtrit'of Sierer. on
Westfineen - Sttel - stiirrettivo prompt attenticrai
RING. AI\TA) -- 51TMITER1III;LTNER,Y,
Fs.f intitta:llhi ends
03ps e stern Cittee,ajle s w an GMT s leTeoto4
aksartneat of; ktaLt4INMZ GOOD. iIIADLES7
DRESS TRIMMIN9 R S. &o.
i k • '
'LllONNitril'atid' i AW- iitilttidlrfintilegila ,
the latest and rnostfashionable st*, at shall notice,
Roofs opposite IdontgonsdrelflitOlg
,ITEL3WOLIYS. „CANON& PIMPA
ix`Xf-XTMX=Ic P 0 it-No-FM - In U
-TRACT-BUCHIT, a Positive a_pA L . 2 ,4 WM° Wined?
_ffif,Disotiefi'of:the Ditielderc7 Klditleys i Grate/ sat
bra cal Swellings.
This 'Medicine increases the power of Purertion.
and excitizt the' Absorbents into healthy aetiort, by
logiti*Vrh:e WaUifY AirValearbiiiol -o,esi tie na nod all
Thirialarart ntsraereetifs Trc uced. as well sr
I : II ELMBOLDWEXTRAI DUCH.%
e&ges, Habits et
"DiAfplition•Xariy,lnatseretion or bine, attended
with the follominrsymptcms :
Indisposition to hzertion, lasi of Powers
, Loss of Memory; . ,Dii oplkjjpf Breathing.
Meak-Neiroes; - • -" Tremblintt.
Horror of Disetia.;,, ; -NtriViltefalnesg,
Dimness or Vain in the Back.
Universal Eissitudeltif the Dtu € anhi4:s em
Hot Hands, Flashime they
DrYnt.-of the- Skin, • - B r e pt i ob - w the nee.
, galii d. PottatenanePrt
:Mei° traliiiwed - U ;go `oh: bleb this
medicine invariably remove:;: si* fannies
Impotency, Fatuity and ..cpileTtis t Fits, ,
in ntio.of tha-Piltient 'Mar ex tore
Whp earisay thatthey are not frm elitly followttl
- bythosO"Direfut Diseases !!'
"INsAlirry AND tioNsMtrolifos.,'i
Many areawara : of. tho Pioseortb,afg suffering.
burnous will anisfesq.
,TILE • RECOP.DS' O 1 TTITs INSANPIMYLUMS.
andMelancholy'Deaths Cmgrnistinn„ bear rum
ple witness to the Truth 411 the aiserlihii!
Theranenit' tatieti-aueetabraetcd with Organic Weak
new. requires the aid of Medicine ,t 9 Strengthen,
and ittrigorntethetwstim, - • - t
:Which HE4mBoLD's ExTglax,xwenu in,
varidblifildepAlTriblivilledrnrWirde - rditemost skep
tical. - r - - - -..•
FED g--P.t3attS=L4t 4 MLES; •
la nzank.AtTreilifitit - Peetaiizt to-FARY4TR ETA
TRACT B COW., is unequaled hYormother rented/.
nslfl Mtn:4S (ifltatchiroivriregt lavltY, Painful
ness,-or Suptreioxif of, Crisrutry,-Alnenationt.
Uleetirti2id•or befthanaState`o the - Uterus, Leueer
h,ea:er Whites t Stdrilitg. and for alliMlaints la
olden t t 'the S ex. Whether arisingrro iscrelian.
Habits 4fdlia4phtinn. °rill the , •if 3 ' •
Thke ire moreßafiain,'Afcreurlioi•unp &leant ma
dicinesion_unprensqat and.dattgrcans Mgetwer.
HEIM - HOLD'S EXTRACT ,BUCIIJOI AND TM
PROVED HUSE WA SITI‘a
C K-R.E R.„E.T , Flak A 8 B
1 . 6'01 their' stages, little expense.
Litt_ to 6r ill change bt diet!: • - "Nciiiitehvenienen.
s' Itcarttes ft...gym:it desire an `giVes ength
urinate, thereby Entnoving Obstruction Prevent
ing and Curing Strictures of the - Urethra, allaying
Pain ntlithillartiifriition; so frequent in this °lase of
disealle. and, ex pellln ga/kPoiionows, Dircand and
Thousanda - unoriThonsands who-hove been the
Irtetirns of _Quacks : and who-hamt ylnid henry jeer
to be cared in a shorttirne.havefeun,d_Vpsy were de
neivedi :Ind:that POISON' has...tiV‘the toe of
powerful [7 triTienT r Aten dried up..nt , ,pi impte_ i nk
to'bicak mit in wive vated form. and ItTfAiel-
A ETER MARRIAGE. - ;;t (-1
- Use Hetinbiild's Extract . Bnctin for all affertions
and , diseases of the ;URINARY ORGANS. wheth
er existing in MALE or FEMALE,. fram.whittevei
cause originatiiiir, and - no matter &DHOW LONG
Dises.es these Organi require' 'At.'s.l'd ofa DT r
TIRETIC. lIELMBOTAD'S EXTRACT ZUCIII.Tis
THE GREAT DIURETIC. and La ,gortein to hava•
the desired effect: in all diseases for '
which it is reo
otri m ended. ,
Bridendeot the MoSt reliable/tad remensible ober
Teeter will accempany:the
MUTE SLOO'PER BOTTLE. OR, SIX -- _ KIM
Delivered to. any address. securer- ad fr om'
. Describe Nmptenuiin an airritn' toireitietions.
CURES GUAAANTEEPI : ADVICS JAMB
AddresSletter3 for information to.
• IL' B. HELM:SOLD:. 'Eh - Midst
194Sonth TentV St.. be]. (lhespmf. Phila.
HELMnotirs Medical' Depot,
RELM.BOLD'S Drug and Chernica/lWarehouse
- 594 BROADWAY. N. Y
' BEWARE .'OF COITNTERFEITS , AND UN
PRINCIPLED DEALERS who enkfelvspr to dis
prise of-thole own and other artiOeroli TEO repeat
tion attained bry • : - fi
'Belmbold'e Gelinine Pritarations:„
• ...Ex - treat-BOAC
•' -Imiriried:Rtilia Wasparilla.
- atom AY ,!.1110
' AI: DRUGGISTS Ev.e:RYWITERR.
ASE: FOR HELMBOLIMIYA'KETIOPOTHER.
c_n_kont the advertisement find send_ral.
AN D AVOID IMPOSITION EX 013IIRB
• ', •.!
• 'T 'rit"f• R S
TL . O 3 31 AV Ft T . TW , R,
A pupa an 4, porfrful,Toriio, Cornet:4%4dd
arise, ofsyenderful eißeaoy 041sel/mllslttsir
:: -B T9 3 YLPHI ANA - BOWYJS.
a=m l l 3 ;j:ppePakai",LivldrVoinriabitilleadliclao. Gee
Spirits i coptip,siorr,cogliNormit- _
_ tent Fever, Cramps. Sptusina. •
arid :al ComPlairits of either Se* art
froth BOakii Vi r eakneia;
'resit ifCthe'systiai, : ar prodacod`bl ii"obtal come ,
- ,; .rras(l
- . .
, Vothinir that is not wholesinne;:aimllilitnd rester-
Rtitle intent listo:ther,'4wksiesition eT
110STETTER'SBTANdACILBInERA gh:y, vs
nTnr nreplitticiri - containa no mineral oKsny kind.
no deadlylieleiniciii c'eik Viiitant, bat
is, 'a, combination opttlie extraottiof ;fire balsamic
herb's and plants ,with the pures9ifi ; tipliest of
It is.welt tiolie,fereartned, aiTctizisi disease, and, se
far ihe'hiiman aistein 'cab beProtected by bums&
means, againitinistadiesettlienderedhyian nowbolo
itteses, • B:OSTEr TER'SIIITTERSI the renal
mum a safeguard • Lid
Iti districts infected. with BEVERfhp AGUE
it hha beim foliqui in ailihle'ss'aPiebennye, and ir
resistible a - retriedy tinif;thotthiinclilelto resort
to it nrider , apprehevion of an•ntritelnAfscape the
ticourge; and thousands whonegicettcta.vail them
-fielveS `Of iti'profeettite gnaiities , i i r advance, are
'oitrer' I by a very brief sparse of thiS ate
,tlorne-pit ientiraftqlisinc Plied
fer months with' quinineln vain,pnVlairly Hamra
ttitlitith that' dangerous alkt'oid: are not =fie
. tinettlyresitoted to health hi n i filiPdfiya by the
use of lIOSTETTER'S BITTERS..
The weak stomaulLis mp,idly,intirlaprtted and the
inl)Sti to restored by thdiagie Sabi e - Tome, and holm
workettatiders in cases of IlytiS a and
less contlrfond forms *Alf, IN/110E8TR* Astint
as a gicptle and painless aneriany.garontl as upon
the Hier; it also iniatiablyteliiieithet s clNSTlPA-
TlON• IatIOSH)f tfie (11.-
pp tint 1111;10 1 9 1 50Mtilre nrgLum. 3 ps . i :
Persons.of, fenble Olt, wy,ous 941-
'PACKS,' LOWNESS O,P SPIRITB,.aiikpITS OP
the Bitten:, alltr tpdimonYionAiditundt is" and
conclusive and from L hoth sexes,
The I agonY'otBILIOUS;OOLIC iNnediatety
annaited hid sitile' dose of and by
occasionally riabrtitrio tits tetttith;f s tho cons
plaint pay heprottented t ;
As a, general . Tonic 11.0STPTTPB:ITTER8
product hfrecti 4hichtia'astke eicatiimted or nit
massed hero& thei eatttaftarY'aiitßatiall. In CM
;sca of CONSTITUTIONAL BrEA479 2 §Et. PRIM
NITRE DECAY and DEBILITY and DECREP
ITUDE itilibis• froni 01,D 'A:(lg;tri - iii4vitea the
vied* isienence.• • .
„In the conyalesoprt ttr..aget 14.41 Al oper
etee'eL4'e, Aelyghtfal jurigorant, ;' Thene -powers
of Ottute tee 'OPeriatet uree aid
0-astabli , * thVgi• ;
Last, bpL not least, it is 17 . 1 A. Cgilf:X= B 4 7l3 en -
MUtd.ill, hong manufactured' from
innocuous materials, and entir el#l - ree?ints the acid
elenetrati toittinit: Mose an demob: l : elfg e ordibur
tonic and stomach . ici of tho r , 74 , 4 1
Afo it nil,f medicine hile,been so, uplv ; ,ery.llY. zed.
trigi :added, deeeiiredliiidulid' with he
Sold Dit •gg ,iiete,,cipeeli afitb rekeektie
eYiess :: " 50u.48,