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July 27, 1864.
LARGEST STOCK—CHEAPEST P RICES.
Tim undersigned can assure the public, anttdefiec
„inece:lsful contradiction, that his recent fmrchases in
the Eastern Cities enables him to otTett one of the
largest and most attractive stocks of
_For the Serino and „,S'ammer Srmson of 185-1, to be'
found in :any_ similar establishment in this section:
-Every variety of
AND VESTS, -
iamb , in the , cryhest styles Mid :at the lowest prices.
• GENTLEMEN* FIifINISIUNG GOODA.
fuch :1•; Shirts. Drawers, Collars, Cravats, Neckties,:
gan,lkerehiefi. Sr, Special attention is called to
CUSTO.MER'S ORDERS. '
I ißvite amexamination of inY. , ..teek of Fine Cloths,
E.crW.,ymcres, Vcstings, Sm., which I manufacture
• SCI SL NOTICE.
I beg to say that my Camd4 arc ina-r_nfaetnred tin
der my own :Alper:Mon, and by the very hest work
men. My present stock is . till, -most' e I have
yet had in store. and I respectfollyiask , my friends
and the public to give me a call before purchasing
asewhere. Retnember the old wand.
J. T. HOSE INSON; -
Franklin Hotel Building.
Corner of the Diamond and \Vest Market St.. -
et. Cliarnhershum% Pa.
11%- ELLIOTT, CLOTHIER, -South
j.: i AlreA corix.r of the Diamond, next door to the
artk, Chambersbura. has just returned from the
Gity with a large 'stork of surerior and seasonable
oods. swth as CLOTHS, CASSIMERES. SATIN
ZITS, JEAN 4. COEDS. ,t..e.. for Coats: and VEL
VEI:4, SATINS., MARSEILLES and other Vest
jugs: Al , o. a very line stilertion of READY-MADE
0 r. 9 . - c
i 1 EN 0, which he is pre paretl to sell at theca;
loweAt market' nri,ee4: -
CUSTOMER, WORK.—As heepplo7=s a first-rate
tatter. he is prepared to make nwrill kinds of Gar
ments. for Men and Boys, to order, in the hest styles.
Sati , f whoa will he guaranteed.
A lines assortment of GrNTLEITi:N'S. FraxtstuNn
iooni, sneh as Shirts, Drawers, Collars, Ilandker
ids. Su-;penders..Carpet Bagsjinthreila.s, &e. Ste.
ways on hand. Give him a call and save money.
jun 17.43. ,
W. SCOTT, GENTLEMEN'S FUR
• NG STORE and S NIANUFAC
TORY, Nn. 814 Chestnut ' 4 t.. 4 doors below the Con
tinental, Philadelphia. Partieular attantioil given
to oraored Shirts. A perfect lit enarailteed. "'Pr
ams at a d;stance can order by tho following Shirt
Size Pround the Neck. •' •
hest under the Arms.
•" Waist. •
Lencih of Arnie (beut) from centre of back to mid
dle of limit.
- Dength of, Bosom at Side,
RC. WAL B OWN &'CO.'S,
• WitoLtsu,v; ANT) ThETATT.
IZE.kDY-MADE LINEN & DRESS STOCK
.Nim. 5 and 7 Yorth Si.rth Street, Philadphia.
ilk. and C'otfou Under Sldrtsancl Drawers:
cats, (tores,'llandkerclticfs.'S:c. Shirts,
11 snu;ror.+ 311.1 Sticks malt to ord Pr by meas.
12ronont„ and warranted to give
OrtleN may bo left with S.; S. SIIRYOCK, Chant
IAT ES T O"\T k; BROTH ,
No: f'ol Arch Stree), Philadelphia, Pa.
Illavitlz received a liberal share of patronatrd from
Chambersburg and vicinity, we are encouraged to,
.ask for more. The excellence of our goods and nor
,work. and the care we take to give entire satisfae
, 'ion, are sufficient guarantee that, we value our
reputati(in. [n011.6,1-ly.l WESTON & BROTHER.
A i .
IIERICAN LIFE INSURANCE .ANI) ,
- 'II'LUST CO., Corner 4th and Walnut- Stredts
liladellada. Incorporated 1850. Charter Perpe
tual. AnthoriudVal..ital., $.500,000. Paid-lip Cap
The Trustees have this day declared u" Dividend
Of FIF f): PElt Cli'NT, on all It:Minium:3 received
upon McroAL 'Pticieirs during the year ending
December 3t5t.19t33, and in force at that date, the
athOVC:LII1011Ot to be- credited te raid Policies, and
nave also ordered the dividend of Itztto on Policies
issue,ttkoring that year to be paid, as the'anatml
'areinittais on said Policies are received-. •
~Fer,T o tro „ nit Tnm.mrer— ,l , Viisort.
Acta , cy —Jolla C. SiniL
130.11L0 b"r ITS'IEE?!. : .--Aloxander
J. Et' 1-tar Thomson. George Nugent, lion ..3 nines Poi=
lock. Albert C.. Roberts, P. 13. Mingle. Samuel
Work, - William J. llowarth Ilea. Joseph Allison,
Samilei T. !iodine, John Aiktuan, Charles F. Ileaz
WM. u. limm, Chatnbersbarg. Pa., is the anther-
Isted Azent of the Amerittin Life Insurance and
Trust Company, and is always prepared to furnish
yamptilets or any Mlles - nation wanted, and to take
Lotura rice 4. OrT i lit, in the /1 , 7)0.-itorp
Las. J. C. R147126.96.36.199JS Will W. IL 1.10t. - Ln, Afetlic,f4
REFERENCES—Ron. A. H. McClure, Rev. S. J.
Niecolls. J. S. Nixon, Cbatubersburg, and Win. M.
Marshal CAnltier llagerstown Ihuik.
Persous desiring information or wishirm to insure
plea,e call on, or• by addre:...sing the under
they will be waited on• in any part of the
Ornlnty or State. ' W. 0. REED. Agent.
Itt,...othee in the P.r.rosnonY Building, Cham
bershar. Pa, marZi.
8 9 9 F R ANKLIN
TIRE INSURANCE-. COMPANY
ea JeLuar' I,ISOI
'lsvEsy ED Pun-arms
UNSETT LEP CLAncs,
boas P;iu SINCE 1829
PIRILPET lIAL AND TEMPORARY POLICIES
.UN LIBERAL TERMS'. ;
-- arles N. Baneker, , , . Isaac . 1.1 a... •z• •
Tobias Wagner, Edward C. Dale, '
Graot, Geo. Filleg. ' • •
0. Smith. Alfred Fitter,
Cpeorg,e VV. Richards. • Prar_._W. Lewis,-lif.-1).
• CliA P.LES. N. BANCKERi President
', EDIVALI) C. BALE. Vice President. '
J. W. 31'ALLIsrra, See'y pro. tem. • - -
~-I.AVID OA liS is 'the authorized-:gent of the
libmpany in Chambersburx.who will fin-niih 011 lu
111prinalioo n000•Nory to nontiottot-1. mnr-'3-tf
.COMPANY OF' NORTH
A.NiEtticA. incorporn tea rgq. - Chat ter Per
: illetual. CAPITAL Office 2:i2 Walnut
tilreet, Philda. The plompt parnent of Claims tbr
leases during the periodof - nearly 'reventy years
at the `orupany has been in exigt , nee. entitles-
L iihum to the confidence of the public. Persons wich
to insiire will please cult-on or niltiress the un
.rsisued. , W. REED...Agent. -
r : Iti vos tTo EA" Cbumber.burg,Ta.
Rrer.ar:YvEs—.C. D. Grier, J. Allison E•rter.Esq,,
Major J. C. Austin..
It :AG EXT.—Mr. Jons G novE, of
!arnbershura. the General Agent of the
County 3lutual Insurance Couipany. iun7l
2uoticeo 'et te
JUSTICE OF THE':PEACE.-H. B.
v DAVISON: Justice of the 'P‘ea - e. - . Offfce im-
Tn ediately opposite the Indian - Queen 'Hotel. AU
.btt'siness entrusted to his curd will receive prompt
Attention. fg.ytruniestts of. Writing,. of all kinds.
iravrn an in a satiefactoq manner. jun 17,63.,
, . .
HA;SIMAN, JCS-TICE OFTHE PEACE,
. Chantliersbtgg.p ii . Offithrfn Franklin Hall.
1 ' the room fortne4,peettpied by Stumbaugh d:"
'I tovart. Prompt athmtion "given' to any thin in
I . he lino of a MagiatrattandSerivener„, , fe3,61 tf,
W MARBLE ,Y.Aittt—The tinder
~- signed respectfullY announces to the citizens
: Franklin County that he has opened a new Mar
'', le :Yard in the room formerly occupied by Dr.
f l. ' -, smitten, directly oPP Mitt J.S. Nix on's Drag Store,
1 ' gain Street, Chambersburg, where be wilt - keep on
....1.-It:land or make, to order all articles irchi s liv e o f bus.
. ems, such as MONUMENTS, TOMBS and HEAD
~ TONES: MANTELS, TABLE'
and ST AND TOPS.
e., tnanutictured from the Yerrhtfst "R oro ik u an d
..... omestie Marble.
;:'•.: ;Ho respectfully solicits a call from titose wh o map
in want. of any article in the' aboire linc. : He is
. Adent in : his ability to satisfy ail who may be
?-I aced to •patronize him, either-as regards his his
', ozJite. sttlality, heau.ty,,and chasteness of hi s
, c J o 4, — Y: ( - 41113,63.) , . , dc)g.N, A'. GAO 4.
GEO: A 2 I MODOWELL
D E T•ls & M 'DOWELL
CH.E.AP . FOR CASH,
WAREHOUSE AND COAL. YARD,
VEIN"' FIRM-LCOAL! COMA LUM
BER LUMBER:—LEO. SON
having purchased the Coal and Lumber Yard of Geo.
A. Deity.. will continue to carry on the same busi
ness. and will always have on hand alargesupply of
Lumber and Coal. They will ho prepared to fill .all
,(.viers at the ,hortcst notice. They re“metfully so
licit the patronage of thOlate firm and the public
generally. and ail who nfay.desire•Coa 1 and Lumber
to give them a call, feeling a.oired that. no means
_will be spared to aecofnmodate those on the mos t
reasonable terms. iun17.6341.
T ER S
WINES A III -LIQUORS
• No.l SOUTH NINTH ST., - '
BETWEiI:i CHESTNUT AND. Tr iI.NET STREETS.
GEO. M. DAUM AN,}
A. M. BALLADE,
.J. D. BITTING.
RIYESE, GAIIDEAT . 1 1 CO.'S
SUPERIOR COGNAC BRANDY,
• VINTAGE OF 183 R,
EACII BOTTLE SEALED WITH GREEN WAN
tITII TEE INITIALS OF THE FIRM.
SUPERIOR OLD MADEIRA WINE
.FINE SHERRY, dLAII.ET AND
' -MOCK WINES,
AND AN ASSOMIENT or '
FINE BRANDS OF CHAMPAGNE.
OSBORNE'S S CO.'S
OLD P-OILT WINE,
EACH BOTTLE SEALED WITH YELLOW: WAN
WITH THE INITIALS OF THE FIRM.
O_LD RYE WHISK-EY,
OLD WHEAT 'WHISKEY,
IVERTS'S - IVHISKEY,
INC‘l3(f: FOR 18%
LAUMA N. SAL L A ITE St C 0.,.
No. ILN SOUTH NINTH ST.,
DR. JOHN MONTGOMERY will at
tend promptly to all calls in his line. Office
on Main Street, next door to the - Eagle lintel, and
nearly opposite the residence of the Oen. George
DRiJ. C. RICHARDS will attend
promptly to all calls in his line. Office on
Main Street, next door to Spangler's Drag Store.
OreseE llouns.—From 7 to P A. N.; 1:3 to i and 6
C. M. jlinr.l33.
TIIt. SAMUEL G. LANE has resumed
1-/ the PRACTICE OF MEDICINE in Chain
bersharg. Office an Queen street, a few doors East
of Wallace's Store. a apl3-tf
CHEAP CII.AIR AND CABINET
WARE BOOMS.—The subscriber informs the
public that he continues the manufacture of the ye
noes articles of FURNITURE in his line, at his
Shop, on Main Street, three doors South of Huber
& 'Seibert' Hardware Store. He has always on hand
or is prepared to manufacture en the shortest no
tice, Spring Seats, Can cliottom, and Windsor Chairs,
Sofas. Plain and Fancy Tables, Bureaus, Dressing
and Common Wardrobes. WmdiStands, Book Cases,
- and, Bedsteads. VENITIAN BLINDS got up in
the best style.
. Particular attentionpaid to HOUSE PAINTING
AND PAPER HANGDIG, and entire satisfaction
in every instmme guaranteed.
REPAIRING of all kinds, in his lino of business,"
prom pt attended to, at moderate prices.
UNDERTAKING.—Haying purchased the Hoarse
t Mr. Win. Flory, deed, he is able to attend Fune
rals and manufacture Coffins, at the shortest notice,
of Cloth, Walnut or Cherry A Layer-out will be
in attendance. ,
.JOSIAH E. SCHOFIELD.
ICPENSIGN,- BOUNTY' Ala.D WAR
.1 CLAIM AGENCY.—Pensions procured lot
soldiers of the
_present War who are disabled by
reason of wounds received. or disease contracted,
while in the service of the United States and Pen
sions, $lOO Bounty, and Arrearsbf Pay obtained for
widows or hoirs of those who have died or been
killed while in service. • - JOHN R. ORR.
mar 9 7 1Y1 Claim Agent. Chambersburg. Pa.
fIORE FAlR.—Jest. received another rot
j . L.',Pintatben Goods,Prints, Dresg Gondsand Nq
lima at Linada METCALFE &MITESEIEW'S
oal;-IL:untbet. / ,Sc-.
W , 11 E A T.
RY E ,
ALE RINDS OF PRODUCE
LIT M pER,
PLASTER AND SAND,
DEITZ it ItI'DOWELL'S
RAIL ROAD DEPOT,
CHAIIIIERSBUIZG, PENN I 'A
LAUMAN, SALLADE,t CO.,
LAUMAN, BALLADE & CO
•• IMPORTED DT
LAUMAN. SAL.LADE, k CO.,
N 0.128 SOUTH NINTH ST.,
Zig .frartitlin - Repository, ilynnbersbutg, Pa.
`' 4 '4' -
P RTIVN tiO4iII3IER S.—The
-IL cheapest and best "Thresher and Cleaner" is
Wheeler & Melick's Improved Patent Railway
Power and combineerdlßESlFEß AND CLEAN
ER'." This machitie is manufactured at the small
advance of IO per cent. over that of last year. The
farmers are readily adopting it everywhere. It
saves labor. said mine:lse. and does more and better
work than any other machine. Price °fa two-horse
mavltitieSZOO, of a three-horse machine iita7.l: These
yrices embrace everything complete. This Machin e
has advantages that are greatly superior to any
other. .One is that it van be used entirely in the
Barn Cour. and_that the power can be conveniently
used for minim:: fodder; shelling corn. cuttingstraw.
sawing wood.-.tic.` And it requires less power and
fewer hands than any other.
PALMER'S EXCELSIOR SELF.LSUSTAINING2
HORSE PITCHFORK. has many advantages over
others. among which are: it is elf-suet lining, re
quiring -no attention instil its load is-to be discharg
ed. By the use of the Palleysfamished - with the
forks it will swing directly over the mow whenit,
discharges its levi. by simplr - the eon!. It
has a handle btu IM inches in length. . This patent
has been awarded the Premium at the New York
State Pair. and at all the' County Fairs, wherever
SMITH'S GREEN MOUNTAIN S.EIINGLE
AND HEADING MACHINE, is a new and valiat
bleimprovement in machines for manufaetbring
Shingle and Heading. cutting obliquely, or alter
wise, any desired thickness
.or length. up to 24
ineheti.. This Machine eaphe :Set up and roil by an
ordinary water power. It will saw 'one thensand
shingles per hoer.
Mr. Robert Black, of Fayettevill, Franklin ennntY,
is the Sole Agent for Franklin and Adams
counties. Any information desired respecting any
or all of these machines can be obtained' by either
calling upon in person, or -addressing him 11 , , l letter..
Persons wishing. any of these machines will Please
make their orders'soun. vs it requires some time to
get them from the manufacturer.. None will be or
dered butthose that are sold. Thoy will In:furnish
ed at mannfacturer's prices, transportation added.
CERTIFICATE OF A a. i'`7.:t.FRE.
CPA MB RSIII:114, May 17,181.i1.
}infirm Titac. 7 .% Dto.—.Dcar Sir: I have thoroughly
tested the Tread-power in running all kinds of Ma
chinery about the Barn, and I have had the - tuost
approved-Lever-powers tried at my Barn also, and
I unhesitatingly recommend the Tread-power. I
run all my machinery—thresher and cleaner. f ern
shell er. ehopping-mill, fodder-cutter,' and circular
saw, with a two-horse Tread-power, and the nower
is ample and two horses can give the satue - if not
greater power than four cab with the lever-power.
and the labor is no morvevere the hors,,L , t hn
short, I, regard the Tread :power as having every
advantage over the Lever power, and it must soon
be universally ationted by farmers.
Very Respectfully Yours, Am:
A. K. 3reLurCE.
APPIT to the undersigned in C4reen wood. Franklin
county. [maylB-4m) ROBERT BLACK.
C E,24. NT,
The undemomed would respectfully call the atten
tion of Fa+nem Millers -Ind others. to the Oid
listabli•hruent, at the Bridgr,on 11 - eq .Ifor
ka Silo:,lt. formerly occupied by Chris- -
tian Sumner, where they have erect
ed Steam. Power, and are Pre
pared tojnavinfactuze •
ALL R.1 . :4 hs OF
Hay Rakes, -
• . grain Drills, -
We have constantly on hand Syele.. Reaper Points
or Guards, &c.. for the repairing of Manny's. Whit
nack and Putekve Reapers. Farming Implements
of every kind repaired atshortnotice and in a work
We keep eonstantlY on hand thd.
that 'has become so deservedly popular with our
Farmers its this section of the State. We would 'time
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 e , tablishment, as we aro the agents for the sale
of this popular Reaper,
Having also purchased the right for the silo and
manufacture of WILLOUGHBY'S PATENT GUM
SPRING GRAIN DRILL, we will keep them con
stantly on hand. ready for work. Repairing to
these runchinesAnne promptly.
rTIIE, PATTERNS of the Seibert Foundry hav
been purchased by this establishment, and having
erected a Foundry. they are prepared.s.to make all
(1-A4TIN , Itz, -rnsch - :ft ill-44..Ating - , Mill
Shafting, Mill Spindles, andall kinds of machinery
We would call special attention the Plow Cast
ing. and Wagon Baxea constantly on hand:
H:11 IIItI ti of all kinds of ; Farming Imple
ments done to order. • -
junel - W. F. EYSTER k BRO.
CIOOK' , -SUGAR LVAPORA R,
inanufaciiired by BLTIIYER.= BATES
Mansfield, Ohio.—We 9IC wining to guarantee that
from two acres of good-Cone. a sufficient number of
gallons bf Syrup ern be produced to cover cost of
Machinery, capable of making eighty gallons of
Syrup per day, which at, fifty cents per gallon, will
pay for cost of Mill and Evaporator-in four days: or
where pan is wanted for, a brizir. arch, without the -
Farnace, in lea' time.
COOK'S SYRUPS have been sold atan average
of sixty cent= a gallon, and pone in market. An
acre of good Cane will produce flout 2 to gust gallons
SORGO SEED.—We r.ffer fi Seperier Article, se
lected by ourselves. Sprout the seed and roll in
pla.ster::, Plant in drills four feet:qirt. from Nertiv
to! S.tinth: Light coil and Southern expo , nrii pre
ferred, although not absolutely necessary, as it will
crow on soils where many crops would be a failure.
Cultivate as for Corn. ,
Cook's Evaporator has taken the first premium
over all ethers at two United States Fairs and over
Clark Sorgo Machine Company's CANE MILL
and above SEED for sale by
G REED, Agent.
hake—ltnrosrvonv Building. Chanth'e,
The Som., Hand-Book scut free to any per-,
son asking for it, r 2.1
AMMONI A T E .1)
A real guano. containing from sTYenty to eixhts
per cent of PHOSPHATE OF LIME. to
which has been added. by a chemical proce:.s, if large
per centage actualot% Ammonia, so fixed that, it can
not C aperate, ;caking it equal, if not superior to
any other fertilixer.
Pamphlet; with copies of ,Analyses by Dr. Jack
son, Sttkie Ass lyer, anti Dr. Liebtg, of Balti
more, anti testimonials front , ^ientific Agrieulturkts,
showing it, value. Can Tie olytainvei'l'll7lll
J. 0 BAKER, .v (10:.
, SELLING A(4.74 TS.,
march 2-Iy. 87 Wall-Street, Noy York.
MEIE.SORGO JOURNAL AND FARM
MAC IN 1 ST—Dev-oted to Northern Cane and
Sugar Beet Culture. bnproeed 'Fenn MnAinerY and
Progressive Husbandry. , Published truntbly.. Ouc
copy 1 year, $1.1.10. Subscriptruai received by
W • G. 'BEM
ipG] Agent for Clark Soma Machine Co.
.))1 , ,, W. w. DI?.. J. M. pEontconp.
TA ENT 1, S T-It Y.-0 like Jomc
I , ll)EL's BUILDING, Second Floor, immediately
onpo:ite the Franklin House. Having had an ex
perience of a number of yeare t and for the last four
years in Cbambersburg, they Mel warranted in sav
ing that they will, be able to Pleao . any one Who
may give them -
From one to a full set, on fine Gold, Silver, Keyo
plastic or Vulcanite Amber Base, at prices more
reasonable for neat and substantial work than any
other Dentist outside of the cities. Peth and Roots
]skilfully extracted or plugged to last for life. Tot
ter and other fore;mi substances removed, thusbeau
tifying and preserving the teeth. Gold and Silver,
Plates. neatly repaired or taken in exchange for the
Vulcanite Amber Base, which is much
inore (tumble and Griller than tuella: or other plate,
and is worn with pmfeet ease and comfort, being
kept baits plueeby atmospheric pressure, .Thoplate
will not corrode or oxidize, as will a- metalie plate.
Specimen plates to he seen atthe office, wheto eon-
Saltation can he hn.d at any time. Satisfaction guar
anteed 0r no charge. Bert of refeeencee given, [ap27
TIP E M 0 L. -DR. J. K. REID,
Dentist, has removed his office from the corner
of the Public Square, when ho praltised so many
years, to the corner of Alain and Queen Streets,
above Heyser &.Cremler's Drug Store, Chambers
burg, Pa., where he will be pleased to receive the
calls of his friends._ inn 17,63
R. N. SCHLOSSEH HAS REMOVED
Ii his Dental Office to the Diamond, opposite the
Chambersburg Bank. on the Second floor of the
Mansion Douse, where he can always be found, be
tween the hours of 9A. 31.. and 4 P.M. apl3,tf
OB IMINTLVG. in evert style,
,done Jlathe:Woof the FRAWRILIIi-REPOhITORI
Z 3 rntistrv.
'‘• s . TS '•!„
40 , Rxrrs.l i Eli.rxolgiD TAX ON
TQBACCO - .- - the Government is about to
put a tax 0t1.40 cis... per pound on Tobacco.„_
- • 'Yon can saVe OtSper eent
, You can cave 50.ner cent. by '
Bnyingyour Tobacco JACOBS'.. •
Buying your Tobacco at J., D. - JACOBS'.
Bnyingyour Tobacco at J; B. JACOBS'.
Prime Nary Tobw.co at 'ifi,to StScts. •
- Prune Cavendish Tobacco at Wets. to $l.
LPrime.Flounticr-TobnecoatTh to %I ets. •
Prime Congress Tobacco at lit) to 80 ets.
Prime Twh..t.Tobacce at-7o to 90 cis.
JACOBS sells Old Virginia Sweet Cavendish.
JACOBS sells Old Virginia -Pain Cavendish.
JACOBS sell Olth V irginia Twist..-- '
_JACOBS sells Ohl Virginia, Smoking Tobacco.
, JACLlBS'Alicltigan Fine Cnt.Chewing Tobacco:.
Cannot, be Equaled. - • • --
Cannot be Equaled. -
JACOBS; Sieffar:s are superbor to all.
JACOBS' Sugars - are superior -to all.
Resells his ova manufacturing. •
Pipes, Pipes. Meersoliattm,Pipes, Brier Pipes,
Boa pipes, Mahoeany Pipes, Apple Pipes,
Cherry Pipes, India Rubber Pipes. Clay Pipes, and
other pipes. Pipe in and get your Pipes. SegarS and
Tobacco at J..D. JACOBS', Main Street, Chambers—
NEII7 - TOBACCO AND SEGAR
A.l sToßE.—To'ruE cITIALNA nr CIIA3II4:gSBDRG
AND Vlnoarr: The undersigned baring been Com
pelled to lea , o Virginia un account of Ills Union
sentim en ts.ims Como among, Yon to establish a bus.:
Mem, hoping from his long experience, and by close
attention, he will meet with a generous support.-,
His stock will consist of all the best brands of TO
BACCO AND SEGARS, which ho will sell as cheap
as can be had any where in town. Don't forat the
Owe, sign of the "little Virginia nigger." ollPliosite
the Franklin Hotel, next door to Shryock'g Book
Store, South-east corner of the Diamond.
jun 17,133. ' ' -(;!; BUSti.
GT REQEIVED—A fresh
Michigan Tine Cut Chewing Tobacco et
jaw 27-1 y. D:JACOBS'.
A - LARGE ASSORTMENT OF TO
-11 and SWAB:3;M wholesale or retail
at - SITAFEILk STUART'S.
Aats, & w tt.aA Gans
SECOND A r il R IVAL,-OF
H A T CAPS
S T A.W GOODS!
GR.EAT A,TT, R TI.ONS•°!
New S:yies and Geed Qualities at low •Pr;cee,
I= now Felting'certain-qualities of
Stray, Gootg at:OLT,Price3. 's
Cali an@ tee
that I am determined to
keep "upthe, rePlitationtof the,Old,St
Ztr- Cheaper. than the Cheapest
;Dora fort that
D E C 11 = E R T
has removed to his New Store Room,
four doors Soutli of the DiamOnd;
in the Room lately occupied by A. J. White,
INTANHOOD: - I - lOW - LOST;ROW RE-:
'-I:ol.ll.3).—Jtist published, a new edition ot
Dit..CIILI''ERWYELL'S CELEBRATED - ESSAY
on the r,o/i , l/r/ care_ (withoilt triedieine) of-,S:peram
tordoro, or seminal Weakiteis, Involuntary Semi
nal L,'4.e. Mental and Physical Inca
oacitY. ImuediMents to Marriage, etc.; also, ('on-
Ept7,-i,p,ir, and Fifr; induced by self-indul--
gence"or sexual ex travtwance.
Price, in a sealed 'eye - lope. only 6 - cents. ,
The eelebrateu author in this admirable essay
clearly demonstrates. from a thirty years successful
nra,tii.e, that the alarming con.e.tmences of self-,
iibu.e may he -radically eared without the danger
ous use of internal medicine or the -application of
the knif pniutin Out it modeof mire. at once sim
ple, certain and effeettril. by Means of whirls every,
sail'ercr, no matter what his condition may be, pm) ,
cure himsel feh enply. privately. and-I-or/fen/I'y.
This Lecture should be in' the hands of every
youth and every Mau in the'lapd. •
Sent. under sea Vin a plain enrClepe.'to any ad
drers,post-p,fi it. on reeopt - of silt cents, or twd putt
stamps. Address the publisher..
OTT A S.: J. C. K,LINE dr CO:.
. : 127 Bowery, N York, Post office bore 4566.
T EWERS OF 4 DVICE FOR LADIES.
or before published:
velope for ?RN
No. 4,65'2 New -York P. 0
Has information n
Sentfres in a seato
jut:. 61-31 a
(lOUSIN LIZ% a 'S LITTLE JOKER,..
NJ A briglit, sparkli little, journal tchielk every
little hoy and etti_torf alder ones, too)ithould sub-,
tvribe for. It i+ well 4 with interesting matter
and will give sati! , facti< to all who•nre not rtzrit
lie MAI -, plel:se., Terms. ' cents a year. At - hires':
" COUSIN LIZZIE,",Nu. 1 Ann St. New lurk.
ma2.i.y -3m t
E. D I ..0 - A • L
, \ 0, •
KUNKLE'S BITTER WINE•OF -
A pure and Powerful Tehic, CorrortiVo 'find altera- •
tire, of wonderful efticatY in.r.lisea.qi - ls of the
STOMACH, LIVER and BOWELS.
' • Cures -
Pyspepsio. . .
'Headache. General De
bility Deprei- -
sine of §pirits, Constipation, In- '
termittent ever. Acidity of the Stem
ach,tNauseri. Heartburn;-Disgust for Food,
• Fullness or Weight in the Stomach, Sinking or
Fluttering at the Pit of the Stomach, Swimming of
the Redd, Difficult - Breathing, Yellow 'Head,
Pain in the Side, Back,. Chest, and Limhs,'
will cure.every'ease of Chronic or Nor
vous Debility. Diseases of the Kid
neys and Diseases arising front e
a disordered Stomach'.
Good for Male or: - •
• Fem ale, Old or
' Young. ,
The most beneficial medicine known: gives better,.
satisfaction and cures inoro'diseases than any ,
' other preparation offered to the public.
This truly valuable Tonichas been so thoroughly
tested by ail classes of the commimity, that it is now
deemed indisPensible ait; a Tonic Medicine. It costs
but little, gives tone to' the stomach, renovates the
systein and prolongs lire) We.noir only ask a trial
of this valuable Tonic. £ •
gir BEWARE' OR COUNTERFEITS.
Prepared and sold trholesale and retail by S. A.
KUNKEL 4k TIRO., 118 Market et,. Harrisburg.
For sale iri!:Chambersburg by .1. S. NIXON, and
by Druggists and Dealers eversvrhere. • mwill-dm
AND-BILLS, fiom the largest tothe
ii, smaltait, in Plain or Fancy Colors. whited, at
the office of tho FRANKLIN RKPOSXTOB,Y.
sw;i 4 Aila
SA:1) P X4ER ir ! S-A P ..P LE RY I
. - -
'. e HARNESS MANITPACTORT:t
The Iminciiber respectftdly_inforins his friends and
'ilid - Oditlid;th) - ttibitioiitinites - f0 1 c.44 e then -, '
- - ; above business - sit his Old Itantl, o " . - r-' -
" '''ti.B'S T 311ARICETSTRE' T.''
Dpposite ' iltiller's Hotel.
q 11,43. t .11:Z.RS.Ii! U.L . : a., ,P 4 -1.,
' .and:liteps•cOnsituttly du hand• a geitefal aattort
Riding and Wagon Saddles, • - : •
Riding liiidlOs ' -. • . ,
; - Black and Fair , - , L
. ~ . .
Harness of all 'kinds.
Harness and Draft Collars, ~ ; :!'
Patent Leather Collars (good quality),
• -Blind Bridles,
' ' ' ' Broad Ge.4.4, -
.' -, - - WpisosiTirkips,
• , ' .-3 . • , ; -,, , .:Hulters,
and everything in the Leather line can be found in
his shop;er made to order, at moderate rates.
REPAi it i ii• G.' ' ' ' • -
done at shOrt notice and on reasonable terms.
TRUAR:S, ,I:7:1:1 - VALISES , 2 ,
always on hand and sold cheap FOR CASH. '.. -
.IM.• Ile employs but the Lest workwea.,
marl6-ly , - JAMES H. GILLAH.
ADDLERY ! I SADDLERY ! I—Sad-
L) dies, Bridles, Haniess, , Collars, Trunks, Valises,
:cc., sign of HieJIORSE COLLAR. , ,
JEREMIAH OYSTER respectfullilii'eturns his
thank§ to his patrons for the liberal encourageinent
received from them heretofore, and he would invite
them and the community gen erallsi who may need
any thing in bis line, to give him a call at his old
Rand, on the East side of Main Street, Chambers
burg, five dmirs South of Huber Tolbert's Hard
ware Store, where he keeps constantly on hand ev
ery variety of SADDLERY' AND HARNESS' of
his own - manufacture, and he is prepared to 13211 the
same on terms that defy cbm petition. • EveiTartiele
paired for-sale is warranted to be made-of the best
moterial and liy,competent workmen, which will be
fully demonstrated on an 'examination thereof, •
TRUNKS 'AND VALISES.—'He would nisi, call'
the attention of Persons Wanting, 'a good , neat And
;heap and substantial Trunk or Valise to his assort-
Meat, , •,,, „ , - janel7,63.
Vrt i THIPS ! WHIPS !!. WHIPS !' !---
Saittrro eorner of Main and
Waahington Streets,' Cho.inbcrsburg, Pat. manufac-
I timers of all kinds of WHIPS, such as Wagon. Car
riage and Riding-Whips, of carious sizes and of su
perior quality, which they offer to the Public; either
by Wholesale or Retail, at very moderato
LASIT PS email lengths kept constantly op hand and
for sale by the. dozen. very cheap. They also manu
facture superiur HORSE COLLARS': to which they
incite attention:' '•
Orders from a distance solicited and pr9mptly at
tended to. - • jnnl7,63.
p_ROAD AND . NARR OATGEARS,
Sinai e and DoAle Harness. Ridingatid Driving
Bridles. Gents' and Ladies' Saddles. Wooden rind
Metal Stirru PR, Heavy- and• Light Collars, Riding
and Driving Whirrs. in -every variety and price, to
be had at GURDON'S. ' ,
Q, A D DIES -. OF 'EVERY DESCRIP
-0-1 tion, HARNESS of all- kinds, BRIDLES or
every variety. WHIPS of all sorts. SPURS of all
makes, and BRIDLE BITS of all patterns can be
bad 'at C. A. GORDON'S Saddle and Harness Store
ORDON THINKS HE - CAN TURN
out-as GOOD A JOB at his Shop, opposite the
radian Queen,llotel, as any other man in nis line of
business. Go and look-r-may be YOU can sec se.'
O_OINIE AND SEE' GORDON'S STOCK
ofsaddles,'Hi:rness, _Ye is 9fferirig to
file _Public ;itt
(5 DON, 11.. 6 L t S A
,S:PLEiO,ID . AS
sortment Fancy 'Riding Whilis; &c., - for
Undies and. Genflemen wlo like something nice.
YRUS H. GORDON IS STILL AT
NJ• the OW Stand, on Main Street, opposite the
Indian Queen. Hotel. = , •
CIO To- GORDON'S AND SEE IF HE
p. m% snit you to 'something in his line of-Imi
ICE CREAM.—Burkhart , & Ireighey
ore now preiiarett to supply lee Cream day and
night. in any quantity desired., , ,
C 0 Nl7 ECTIp
AND D ALARD
it ' r_rt S; •"
• = AED '
F 4 ANPY?Gr..9O TYE;
le g ra Vain Stre.t..(Wist Side)
itze Orders-Promptly attended ta
tArt.iiig - AGRICULTURAL Ili
'ALA PtEME.NT Ati t SEA' WAREHOUSE.
21. ittkd Zi Sdutk Sixth Str , eet, Philadelphia, Fkt.
'DAVID LANDIIIITII Jr Soy, PrOtitiOtOD3 of Blooms
dare, which contains near four hundred. acre in
high tilth, devoted to the. production - of GARDEN
. SEEDS:are now prepared to jsuPplY Country Net-,
chants, Druggists and all others who deal in Seeds,
with large or small quantities, •by the pound or
bushel, and also in papers made ready- for ietailing.
The Establishinent represented by .David lead
reth Son. has been founded nearly, three-fourths
of a century. ' •
The wide-spread-Popultarity, and the demand in
creasing.from year to year, for "
- Lai:draft's ,Witrranted Gaivreis Seeds,
is evidence Of• gip high: value entertained for them
lay the public:• - - -• ,
Landreth's Garderi Seeds are not only fatorably
received - thronghotit the 'Unitas, but are shipped to
many, foreign ports._ Indeed it may he - sta,W with
national pride that they chine into active 'camped
tion-with ilnglinh Semi and British Soil.-
David Landreth Son invite all who are
'reedy purchasers of their Garden Seeds, to make a
trial of them—assured, that they will found fully
%limit° their high reputation." •
Landreth 's Rural Register and /Limonite contain
etalegue of Garden Seeds with instructions,
fitraished gratis. Also—Qatalosine -of Agrirailtural
itualemepta.,,i • DAVID:LAN:PRETO &
-4 , 14 4171, fos,.tit end aliqatlAthat..kbils.
- - ~=-~.
t:00 - 1,T $ 7
4OD ~D Ef S-S1 -
.With,\ the Compound,Concentra.mi luidEatraot.tif
},; , NiIt.!:;UAILLE,-•51-Bilao.1;NrAti
- - . - P481,44:P.E.D ST:WM.:II.7OREGG, M. D.,
Gradnatnicolloge of Physioinne;and Surgeons. X.
-Y.. formerly Asst. Physician Blackwell's Island
hospitals. Into Modicatinspector N. York
- Stato.Volunteer Depots, under Gover...
' nor Edwin ,-Morgan.,.-I _ •
A Azyca,TJTION- nc MEDIPIITA
Whrit mai . ..seem niniost - incredible is, that Many
diseases- hithyrto eomaidered' hopelessly ineur.ahlo
are fr6qu,entlircured in raelT days,or*eeki, and Wb
cheerfully Invite the invatittatiorts' or the liberal
minded and scientific to cures which have noparal
lel at the'preVent day. '
Our medicine is peculiar, bYit the'Seat
eaad is directly reached, add the equilibrium res-
Anted. . A
Those Who'have antlered long from nairifuVand h ob
stiniite digeases: : • ,
Those. who. have vainly sought relief from "adver
" tised medicium, ..„ .
Thong Ain-cannotbe cured by other nh/sicitins—
•'..d.rreinvitedtnase Conot * itutiori Life SltrisP.:
„. , ,
Thifiugthe past live years we bayscgntendedwith
olatiivies•icnd overcome opp ‘sition as Imicolean
were oyez.' en t equntered any ‘ Reformeri. , _
- -ItAP/MITY‘OF CURE: •_
&mil/ray "your-cures are foo - qaiek,"-While eth
ers doubt their performance, and think that diseas
es can*o'nly be cured by the ''slow„- recuperative pro
cess of Natnre: - ."' This is oar tePly - ,
In health, the body, like a Well-balairaed scale, itr
in a state,of equilibrium. B tit whom frourany can*
down goes one side o: the scale, we have the effects
or disease. What, is required is,_to restore the nor
mal balance of the'seale. •
• • 1. CONSTITUTION LIFE SYRUP,
A pOsitive'and skeitie remedS , for all diseases ari
sing from an IMPURE STATE OF THE 'BLOOD, -
and, for all - (hereditary) DISEASES transmitted
froMPARENT TO CHILD. ,
- „ PARALYSIS.-
Ilemiplegia. Paresis. Paraplegim.-Paralysieligitatts.
It is so ' uniVersally admitted - that Constitution
Life. Syrup is the only effective means of reidoration
in 'the rations forms of Paralyiis. that we need not
reiterate - that it is emphatically the Great Life-Giv
. - -
rfidigeStlolll. LiVOT COM plaint. Want of Ap'tite
Weight at Stomaeh • Coastir ation.
Flatulence. -Bad Breath.
&rift - ea. '' Glandular Swellings. - Salt Rheum.
ing'sl.. Erysipelas. - i- Ulceration.
'. This taint; heriditary andneauirc;d,fillinglife with
unteld misery, is by all usual medical remedies in
curable. , . , ,
'- - , RHEIWATIS3I. .. . ,
Arthritis- ' Neuralgia. Tic DolOureau.s.
Lumbago. , Sciatica. • - .Gout.
if ;tier° is any disclose in which the Coneitutios
Life Syrup is a sovereign, it is in Rheumatism and
its kindred. affections,. The most intense pains are
almost instantly alleviated—enormous 8 3Vellinga arlo
reduced.: Cases chronic or vicarious., of 20 or-be
year.s' standing, liave been cured by us. • ; '
Nervous Debility. Shattered Nerves. St.Nritne D'nee
Loss of Power. • Confusion of Thoughts. Epilepsy.
Thousands who have suffered for years will blest
the day on which they can read theSe.liii. Partic
ularly to weak, suffering woman will this medicine
prove an, inestimable blessing—directing their foot
steps-to alope which fulfils more than it promises
. Rotting of bones.
Bad Complexion. Aches in "Mines.
Feeling - ofilYeariness. DepreSslett of Spirits,
CONSTITUTION; LIFE SYRtiP purges the sys
tole geOrely froui all the evil effects of.MERCITRL
retn`dicini the Bad Breath, and Caring the- Weak
Joints-and Rheumatic Pains
.which the use of Cal
oitiel is sure to produce. It hardens Spend Gums
and securestho Teeth as firmly as ever.
CONSTITUTION LIFE SYRUP
Eradicates, root and branch, all Eruptive Diseases
of the skin, like
• • ULCERS, PIMPLES. BLOTCHES.;
-And all other difficulties of this kind, which sg
much disfigure the outward appearance of both
Axs.l€.-end-fetTfisic-m-tyften tusking them a disgusting
object to themselves and their friends. •
C 6NSTITUTION" LIFE • SYR UP
eIACES'ALL, SWELLING- OF THE GLANDS,
Either of the Face. Neck:, or Female Breast, and
=should be taken as soon as the swelling is detected.
thus preventing their breaking and producing trou
blesome Discharging Sores, which disfigure many
of the youngar portion of the community, from six
te twenty years of age. 'young children. are very
subject teDischarges from the Bars. which depends
upon. a Scrofulous constitution; These cases soon
recover by taking a few doses of the Life Syrup.
All serefulunspersons suffering from General De- "
bility, Emaciation, Dyspepsia and Dropsy of the
LinalKabdouien, and in the Female, Dr psy of the
ovaries and womb generally accompanied with In- -,
Ilammation and Ulceration of the Uterus, are per
manently cured by Constitution Life Syrup. The
disease known as tioitre or Swelled - Neck, the Life
Syrupwill remove entirely.' - The remedy should be
taken - forsome time, as the disease- is exceedingly
chronic and stubborn, and will not be removed with
out extra effort.. ' ' '
Tumors of the Ovaries, Tumors of the Breast and
swelling of other glands of tho body will ~ b e com
pletely reduced without resorting to the knife or operations of any kind.
Epileptic Fits, Eyrupatlietic or Organic Diseases of
the Heart, as .Palpitation. Diseases .of the Valves,
Producing grating or filing sound, Dropsy'. of the
Heart Case s and all the affections of this important
organ, (persons suffering from any acute pain in the
region•Ol. the heart,) will be greatly relieved by
Const tuti in. Life SyrnP.. -
- - ,
ISROHEN-DOWN AND DELICATE CONSTITUTIONS
suffering from Indisposition to Exertion, Fain it)
the Back, Loss of Memory, Forebodings Horror of
Calamity, Fear of Disease, Dimness of Vision, DrY•
Ilot'Shiciand Extremities. Wantof Sleep, Restles
Pale, Haggard Countenance, and Lassitudeof
the Muscular Systeni, all require the aid of Consti
tution Life Syrup. ,
FOR ALL FORMS OF
U-L C tiIAT E D__D S E.A S E `S,
either of the Nose, Throat, Tongue, Spine. Fore
head or Scalp. no remedy has ever proved its equal
MOTH HATCHES upon the female face, ilepen
ding upon a diseased 'action of the Liver, are very
unpleasant to the young wife • and, mother.l A few
bottles tif Constitution Life Syrup will correct the
secretion and remove the deposit, which is directly
water the skin:
In Diseases of the 'Aver, gqving rise toLanguor,
..DizzjaeM. Indigestion. Weak Stomach,"rir at ulcer
ated or cancerous condition of that organ, 'accom
panied with burning and other unpleasant symp
toms:' Rill be relieved by the use of Constitution
cz. A GENERAL BLOOD-PURIFYING AGENT
THE LIPS SYRUP STANDSVNRIVALLED
BY ANY PREPARATION in the WORLD.
Diseases of the Spine. as Usually develeeed in the
young.HiP Disease, Neuralgia. and a from rvonodi seases: - and 'Ladies who are suffering Diseases
for which they are at a loss . to know what to do.
we would advise the use of Constitution Life Syrup.
It will restore their pallid countenance, streugtheti
their weak back and side, give- them. new energy.
new life - and happiness.
THE RICH ENHPOOR
aro. liable to the same diseases. Niture and Sci
ence hale made the Constitution. Life Syrup for the
benefit of La:
Produces healthy men and women. and if the Con , :
s tit t itidn is neglected in youth,• disease and early
death is the result. Do not delay when the gleam
are so near at hand, and liflthimthe reach of all,
TO afOTEIERS AND ALAREIED LADIES.
It is the safeit omdmest efficient medieinetiver die
covered- for'purifYing the system and relieving the
stiffeting attendant upon childbirth . It strength
ens both'the mother and the-child.-prevents pain
find disease. and increases and enriches the food.—
Those who have used it think it indispensable. It
is 'highly useful both before and after confinement,
as It prevents disease attendant upon childbirth:
- CONSTMITTION 6-1-11.1TP
IS THE POO R
• Bra' IT, TAKE IT, ,IND BE CURED:
IT IS UNIXEPSAL ' ITS , FaTECTtiI
• ' 'WMII ' GREGG D
Sole . Proprieter%l4eiv - 7Yerk.
X4BORATORY, BROOKLYN, Z.
PRvirp. REA BOTTLE; 6.1,30rrus
/Mr -Sent by Express to . all parts pf, the country,
lIORGAN , & ALLEN,
' ' Wholesale Drugglite, -- AGENTS,
46 Cliff StrwetNorr York; ,
k,oid‘ by Jcill'art,'
phis; Pa., arid all.DruirVg, •
For sale by A:
11,127: 4 Paitm •; ' _