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PROPOBALS FOR FORAGE.--Camt
'QuArrlllaa IfastrEll'a•OPPlcr., lkpsrt of mot
Virginia, Cumberland, Md., January 19, Mt
SEALED PROPOSALS in duplicate are invitedby the
undersigned ,for supplying the Quartermaster's Depart•
rent in the Department of West Virginia at Charleston,
Parkersburg and Wheeling, West Va., and the several
other Depots on the line of the Baltimore and Ohio Rail•
toad, as followe Clarksburg, Grafton; New Creek, Cum
berland, Martinsburg, Harper's Ferry, Berlin Point of
Rocks, and includmg Ilagerstotrn and Frederick City,
Md.; or either of those places, with Hay, Cora, Oats and
Bids will 100 recelved for the delivery , of three thousand
(3000) bushels of Corn or Oats and fifty (50) tons of Hay
or Straw' and upwards, and must be accompanied by.a co .
py of this advertisement.
Bidders must state at which of the above named points
they propose to make deliveries, and the rates at which
they will make deliveries thereof, the quantities of each
article - proposed to be delivered, the time when Said deliv
ery shall be commenced and when to be completed.,
Alt deliveries must be yrronmtly made within the time
and-for the quantities proposed and. accepted, to instie
prompt settlement therefor.
The price must be written out in words on the bids.
The particular kind of description of oats, corn. hay or
straw, proposed to be delivered, must be - stated in the pro-
to be put up in good stout sacks of about two bush
els each; Oats in like sucks of about three bushels each;
the seas to be furnished without extra charge to the Gov
ernment; the Hay and Straw tube securely baled.
All articles offered under the bids herein invited will be
subject to a rigid Inspection by a Government Inspector,
'before being accepted.
Contracts will be awarded from time to tune to the lowest
responsible bidder, as the interests of the Government may
require; and payments will be made when the whole
amounts contracted fur shall have been delivered and ac-
. . .
No bids will be - considered. from parties who have failed
heretofore to comply with their contracts.
All propmaht mast be accompanied by a guaranty . , sign•
ect by two tesporodble persons, that in case the bid is ac
cepted, he or they will, within the time named, execute
the contract for the same, with good and sufficient sureties
in a stun expel in amount to the amount of the contracts to
deliver forage proposed," in conformity with the terms of
this advertisement, and in case a bidder shall fail to enter
into the contract they to make good the difference between
the offer of said bidder and the next lowest responsible
bidder or the person to whom the contract maybe awarded.
The reonsibillty of the guarantors must be shun a by
the official certificate of n United States District Judge or
Attorney, Collector of Customs, or other Government oftl•
eial.lnown by this office.
All parties will be duly indite,' of the acceptance Or re.
jectionof their proposals.
All proposals must be made in duplicate, and be neebao
partied with the oath of allegiance of the party or parties:
unless If talitlre:ady been pinto] on file in this office.
-No blds except la the form prescribed; will be received
and only flomproducers or parties regularly engaged in
The full name and poet office address of each bidder
must be telitten to the propows.
Proposals Must be addressed M Capt. A. V. Barringer.
Chief Quartermaster, Department of West Virginia, Cum
berland, Md., and marked !.'Proposals for Forage.'
Wink ftirmtrof blds, , ,kartagees and bond., may be ob
tained On applleadon tb thui office. -
FORM OP PROPOSAL
[TOTA",'COUNTT AND STATE.]
1, the undersigned, do-'bereby propose to furnish and de
liver to the Muted States at the Quartermaster Depart•
merit at =agreeable to the terms of your adN-ertise
meat inviting proposals for forage, dated Cumberland,
1854, the following articles, viz:
Bushels of Corn, in sacks, at per bushel of
[s6] fifty.sin pounds.
Bushels of Oats, in sacks, at per bushel of
132) thirty-two pounds.
Tons of Baled Ray at— per ton of 2,0118 ponnds.
—Tone of Baled Straw at per ton of 2,000
Delivery to commence on or before the day of—.
1864, and to 'be completed on or before the day of
—lB6—, and— pledge myself to enter into a written
contract witkthe tatted States with good and approved
lecurktY, within the spade of ten days after being notified
my la haa been accepted.
Your ob't. servant,
Capt. A. Q. ISARRLiGX.P., Chief Quartermaster Departmeip
of West ltlrginla, Cumberland, Md.
We, the undersigned, residents of in the county
of-, and State of herebyjointly and saterally
covenant with the United States and guarantee in case the
loregoinglid of-be accepted that he or they will
within ten days alter the acceptance of said bid execute the
contract for the awe with good and suf6cient sureties in a
sum equal to the &taint of the contract to furnish the for•
age proposed in otraformity to the terms of advertisement
dated -1864, under which the bid was made, and in
case the said- stall fail to enter into a contract as
aforesaid, we guarantee to make good the difference be
tween the Leer by the said—and the nest lowest re
spoilable-bidder, or the person ‘ to whom the contract may
Given under our hands and seals this day of
I SEAL I
I hereby certify to the-beet of my knowledge and belief
the above named guaraxitors are good and sufficient as ee
l: emit:tea for the amount for which they offer to be seciuity.
To be certified-1y the United States District Attinney,
Collector of Customs, or any other °Meer under the United
States Govern - lent or responsible person 'mown to this
All proposals received under this advertisement will be
opened and examined at this office on WEDNESDAY and
SATURDAY of each week, at 12 M. Bidders are re
spectfati7 invited to be present at theenin„fi . of bids, if
_they desire. A. V. BABILINuER,
Captain and Chief Quartermaster,
serea-11. Department of West:Virginia.
T H - E GREAT FIRE AT
EVANS & WATSON'S
READ THE FOLLOWING CERTIFICATES
CRAM - 8'61 , 1.5131AG, Aug 15,1864.
Messrs. Blass 4. Watson • '
°examen This is to inform you that the Safe par.
chased of you 'some !laze since was subject to the great
fire which consumed out store daring the rebel invasion
of the 30th of July last.
We are happy to say that after we had taken our safe
from the twins, where it had laid for a period-of three
days, and opened i 4
_we found our books and papers in an
We, WOUld — reccaimerui your Safes to all iNwrons who
aash a good artidle. Yours, truly.
IdILLER, HAMILTON & CO.
Cattlemen: I with pleasure inform ycm that on opening
my. Safe. purchased from you some time since, on Satin ,
day evening but, just two weeks after the burning of one
town by the rebels, I found my books and papers in much
better condition; than I.e:spouted ; on opening the books
and papers }band them perfect Safe was exposed 'to
great beat, on account of the qua n ity of oils and other
combustible matter I had in my caller. I write you onsome
of thepsper (hist was in my Safe dining the fire, thni you
may see how welt it was preserved. will soon want my
Safe repaired, or a new- one in exchange,
Very respectfully, yours, L. 13. EYSTEII.
- CHAXBEtinutTa, Aug. 15, 1864.
Evens 4 Intros:
Gentlemen: - In the dreadful fire which destroyed my
store and the greater portion of this town, which was
dude by the rebetsfm the 30thof July last, I had one of
your Fire-Proof Safes, purchased fiom you some time
. since, which contained my books, papers, Sze. After un
dergoing the violence of the forum, and falling some ten
feet and remaining in the heated ruins for typeriocl of sev
enteen days, it was recovered from the bathing massand
• • I have the gratification to inform you . thakibt contents
'were preserved in an tammilant condition, and m this is
one of the many Instances wherin your Safes have fully
sustained the good qualities atribpted to them, I feel it an
. agreeable duty to render evidence o f the fact.
Itespectfully,'youre, J. L DECHERT.
CIIAMBEMBURG, Aug.ls, 1564.
lycerrs. Evans If Tratscni
Gengensas: This is to Inform yen that the San we
purchased from you 801130 time ago was subjected to tho
firs which consumed our eStee during the rebel invasion
on the 30th of July last. We are happy to say that the"
Safe stood the test of the fire 'well; and we recovered nur
xtpers from It uninjured. Very respectfully,
CIIAMREIt6IIIIBG, Aug. 26, 11164. -
',items Evans Watson
Gentlemen I take this opportunity to Inform you that
my Safe. which is a No. sof your make, was in the great
tire which destroyed - this town on the 30th of July.
I cow have the pleasure to state to-you that after I had
takes the Sate from the ruins, where it had been for a
period,bf 10 days expased to an intense heat, on o pen ing
the Safe I was pleased to find that all my papers, books,
and valuables came out uninjured in the least, thus attest.
ing the flreprnof quanties of your Salamander Sufis.
Yours, respectfully, COL. F. S. STU3I.BArGII.
Hare Sales of the same good quality on Mad and ter
tale. Also, Salamander. Fire, and Burglar•Froof. Nation
al Bank, Mercantile and, Dwelling• House Skirts, Vault-
Doofii for Banks and Stores, Bank Locks, &e.
EVANS & WATSON,
16 South 4th St., PAllatlelphia, Pa.
L. B. EYSTER, Agnnt for Eltambentburg, Ya. sew.
caHIPPENSBITEG FEMALE ACADE
MY.—Next Session commences 31.7tellty, Sept. sth.
NTH' instructed in all the higher brunehes taught In
Semfnartes, with' vocal and instrumental music.
A-lindted number of popiliwill be hoarded in the family
of the principaL
Palms lutving daughters to educate, will find in thi s
Institution, every advantage they desire. For is tr ti su i sr ,
and a circular address
MISS' if. J. M'KEEFIAIsi Principal.
ADELPHIAN INSTITUTE, NORRIS
TOWN, Montgomery county, Pa. Boarding Mot
Day School for Young Ltidles. sill commence Its Winter
Seeston off Tuesday. October-25th, eau — thming tire mouths.
Terms moderate. Location healthy and beautiful.
The new system of Gyrnnasties, as taught by Trio Lewis,
of Boston, will be promo:ed. daily by the pupils. For cis•
cuter wiring terms, 3e., address
ang'il4m MISSES BPHIL Principals,
PPrr_ :ATE SCHOOL—The Rev. J.. 1%.
'fbitsiaby,ltas opened a Private School at bin IPA:
en* On Stain St, and will receive u number of
P lE L RltS—Claskord Scholars will be charged *X an d
- Eng* /Molars Wiper canter of 101 weeks. [svp2a
VltE_ott Second street; one estimare Routh of tho
?[ark* HOW' 01 w Mit , hell'e Shoo Stom. rue?
AMERICAN LIFE INSURANCE AND
TROST CO., Corner Fourth and Walnut Streets,
Philadelphia. -Incorporated 1850. Charter PerpetaaL
Authorized Capital, SSOOASZO. Paid•Up Capital, %MOM
Philadelphia. Feb. 4. 1861.
The Trustees have this day declared a Dividend of
FIFTY PER CENT. on all premiums received upon MU
TUAL POLICIEn during the year ending December lllst,
IBEZI, and to force nt that date, the above amount to be
credited to said Policies. and have also ordered' diethyl..
dend of 18ti0 on Policies issued during that year to be
paid. as the annual premiums on said Policies are re
ceived. OFFICERS. , . .
Secretary and Treasurer—Johu
.Adsam--John C. Sims.
J TRESTEES.—Alexander J.
Edgar Thomson, George Nugent, Hoo.dame Pollock,
Albert C. li.oberts, P. B. Mingle, Samuel Work; William
J. Howard, lion. Joseph Allison, Samuel 1% Bodine, John
Aikman, Charles F. Henzlitt. Isaac Hazlehurst.
WM. G. REED, Clunnbersburg, Pa., is the, authorized
Agent of the American Life Insurance and Trust Com
pany, and is always`prepared to furnish pamphlets or any
Information anneal, and to tam Insnranceo,
Das. J. C. RICIIAHIra and W..H. BOYLE; MediraZ Ex
REFERENCES-110n. A. E. 3CChtm; Rev- S. J. Nio
eolls. J. S. Nixon, Chatubmsbufg, ;nd Wm. R. Marshall,
thuhier of thr limainitown Bank.
n tierioniA dedring hiformution or wishing to insure will
please call on. or hy addressing the undersigned they will
be waited on io any part of the Could). or State.
• mar 23 W, G. REED, Agent.
4-10 FRA.VKLIN FIRE ISSURA-V . CE CO3l
- YOF PHILADELPHIA. •
,Itinuary 1, letil
' niSETII.EI) CLAM:,I /SCONE FOR 1864
LO.,Es YAW SINCE 1.€1 , 1 $5,000,000
PERPETUAL AND TEMPORARY POLICIES ON
Charles N. !Wicker, Isaac -tee,
Tut4aii Wagner. - Edward C. Dale,
Samuel Grunt; riecr. - Pales,
dtu•oh IL ;smith, Alfred Fitler,
eome 'W. Richards, Frits. W. Lewis, M. D.
, CHAULES N. SA:s;CKER, President.
ELAN'AItD e. DALE. Vice Prealdent.
jais. 31*.sit.mtrrEit, See ':r pro. tem.
DAVID OAKS 6 the authorized Agent of the Com
pany in Chambersburg. who will furnish all infarloation
necessary to applicant. inarn.tf.
TSSITRANCE COMPANY OF NORTH
—L AMERICA. theorporated 171.4. Charter PerpetuaL
CAPITAL esoo,poo, Office 212 Walnut Street, Phila
delphia. The prompt payment of Claims fur Luise.* during
the - period of nearly seventy years that the Company hue
been in existence; entitles them to the confidence of the
public. Persons wishing to insure will please_ call on or
-address the undersigned. W. G. REED, Agent, Cham
REFERE.scv-s—J. D. Grier, J. Allison Eyster, Esq.,
Major J. C. Austin. mar 2.3.
OUR AGENT.—Mr. JUAN GRoVE, of
Chathpersburg, is the Geneml Agent et the Frnnk•
lin County Mutual Insurance Company. juneT)
Moats anb o, boto.
BOOT SHOE AND VARIETY STORE.
P, FELDMAN,,laaving disposed of his entire stock
oflloots, Shoes, &c., at sholuale, on the 30th of last month,
and finding it inconvenient to resume business at his for
mer-place on Main street, I have just returned from the
City with a A LARGE AND ENTIRELY NEW
STOCK, to which he resprafally Inches the attention of
his old customers, and ns many nen- ones as will be pleased
to give him a call, at HIS NEW STORE ON SECOND
ST.. in CHARLEY KLINE'S brick building., nearly op
posite the Post Office. His stock embraces el ery variety
of Youths. Ladies' and 3len's ROOTS & SHOES. which
Tor style of finish, and durability of wear. cannot be sar
pmsed in the county, mid which will be sold ut prices to
snit the times. Having purchased THE LATEST STYLE
OF LASTS, he is prepared to make Customer work, at
short notice, by the best workman in the county. With a
disposition to be °Wiped and accommodating. he hopes
temnerit a liberal share of patnmage-- without a desire
to monopolize, as his motto is, is our common calamity, to
Paktfoular attention paid to all kinds of Repairing.
_AND PRICES UNIFORM., WITH-
, He has also on band and for sale, cheap, Trunks. Va.
Esse, Carpet Sacks. Linen and Paper Collars. Paper,
Envelopes. Ink-smalls. Steel Pens, &a, drici
N. B.—All persons knowing themselves Indebted will
please tall and make immediate settlement, that I may he
enabled to meet my former liabilities in the City, ang24
rpoALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN.
JACOB H Tr ON'S BOOT 8 SHOE STORE.—
The undersigned takes this method of returning his thanks
to his numerous castoment, and the public gemerfflly. for
the very liberal patronage heretofore extended- to him,
and hopes, in his present misffaune in common with near
ly- every business man in town, that he will still continue
to be remembered. ife has the pleasure of inflaming the
public that he has opened his Store in the Basement of J
B. Mae:sachem's Thettline, on &wad Street, four doh rs
North of the Methodist Church. n Dery he is prepared We
sitar a general agoortment *.l.l4en'r, Women a and
Beets and blares, embracing Ida un,Vllll,l City anon.
ufactnre. which. for excelleve of style and durability are
supedeit to and of his fonner stork, and will be offered at
pnces to suit aIL lie is in Weekly Receipt of Guss.ht from
Philadelphia, which for beauty end excellence cannot he
Purras , ett South of the.Stesquehanna.
CUSTOMER WORK of every variety done with
promptreess.—As he employs none but superior workmen.
he feels justified in guaranteeing all work made at his es-
WWI-dement Don't forget the pla n e, Four Doors Nora
of the .Methodist Church, Second :street. Last Bid,—
TRUNKS. of the latest style, from appreoedinakeeee, al
ways on hand, and for wle at a very small advance on
original cost. laug-241 JACOB BUTTON.
TR "N EDITP AG AI N.—l would re
spectfully inform my friends and' customers, that I
have win opened. on the Carntrof :second and Washing
ton :Strada, nearly opposite the late, residenee of Judire
nu. where you will tied a good assorunent of HOOTS
and SHOES. TRUNKS, CARPET BAGS. de. My
stock is entirely , new. as my old stock was entirely Isamu
med by the late tire, w bleb I am disNsed to •ell as ion - 31.1
the market affords.
I would request all (who have not born burnt out) to cull
and settle their Old Accounts an '1 need m o ney. By so
doing you will &infer a great Etyor and enable me to gs
on in my business. jsoptl.Jto ISAAC HUTTON'
My LOT on Main street, known as the Berlin propeßy,
will be sold at Private Sale. I. 11.
1 14 1RANKLIN HOTEL
EAIiT AWE OF CARLISLE bTILF.ET,
The nndersigned respectfully:. announces to the Travel
ing Public that-this Hotel has been ronoddla, The
ROOMS are large and comfortable. and nre well fur
nished with good new Furniture. Persons stopping at
this Hotel can have either Double or Single Rooms, with
or 'without Fire in them. The TABLE is always sup
plied with the best in the market, and his BAR fillet
with the choicest Liquors.
There are also a fine LOT and a pair of HAY and
STOCK SCALES connected With the Hotel, for the an.
cornmodation of Drrreers and Bunglers.
His STABLE will always be provided with good,
holefome Provender for stock, and attended by careful
Ostlers. Unnelan) JOHN H. ADAMS, Proprietor.
DAVID H. HUTCHIS'ON
has bemme the Proprietor of the UNITED STATES
HOTEL, near the Railroad Depot at HARRISBURG,
PA. This popular and commodious Hotel has been newly
refitted and furnished throughout it. parlors and chambers,
nod Is now ready for the reception of guests.
The traveling public will End the United States Hotel
the most convenient, in all particulars, of any Hotel in
the State Capital, on account of Ito access to the railroad,
being immediately between the two great depots in this
city. illarrisburir, jime 17, (3-tt
THE BAR OF THE 31ONTQ031ERY
HOUSE will be reopened on Saturday nazi, the '27 th.
irte4, on the site of the old Hotel. It will be stocked with
:Wines and Liquors of the bed quality.
Arrangements will beeedily wade to furnish Meals
and stabling. ratort".4l pe M. MONTGOMERY.
FA MILY DYE COLORS
PATENTED OCTOBER 13, ISff.t. ,
Black: - 'Dark Green,
Blaek for Silk, Light Green.
Dark Blue, Magenta,
Light Blue, Maize, •
French Blue, Maroon, .
Claret Brown, Orange,
Dark Brown. Pink,
Light Brown, Purple,
Snuff Brown, Royal Purple,
Crimson, . Scarlet,
Dark Drab, Slate, ..
Light Drab. SoWrino,
Fawn Drab, Violet,
Light Fawn Drab, Yellow.
For Dyeing Silk. Woolen and /LiZed Goods, Shan is
Scarfs. Dresses. Ribbons, Gloves, Bonnets. Buts,
l'euthern, Kid Gloves, Children's Clothing%
and all kinds of Wearing Apparel.
, 7 ,_7 4 A SAVING OP eo PER CENT.
For 55 cents you CUD I'AUIOr as many goods as nould
otherwise cost five times that anous shades can
be produced from the mune dye. The promo Is simple,
and any one can not. the dye with perfect stuwesr.
Directions in English, French and German inside of each
yor further information In Dyeing. nod giving a perfect
knowledge what colore_are beet adapted to dye over
others, (with many valuable re•eipes,) purehifse flowe .5‘
Steyenr.' Treatise on Dyeingrtud Coloring. Seut by moil
on receipt of price-10 eeuts
Manufactured by [IOWE & STEVENS.
noytri.ly] MO Broadway, Boston.
For Sale by Druggists nod dealenrgenerully.
RAT,I I ioA B cIH, T ra• A- R
"15 vears established in N. Y. City."
"Only inndlible remedies known." .
. '• • , " Free from Poisons."
"Not dangerous to the Human Fatally."
• " Rats come eat of their holes In dlr."
C IT by
Bewa a re ll !!I o ft ) ti o s ir worthless ae imitutiong'. .
9 Cartar'lo7 Itepot, Noulel: Broadway. New York.
Bald by eV , Wholeoale end Remit Druggists - kr
Chemhershorg Ps. fniar9.P.Wi e.
tre). A. DEM. - 1
HIGHEST PRICE IN CASH,
W I( E A. T ,
ALL R-INDS OF PRODUCE
PLASTER AND SAND,
„ 6400,0 W
HEAP - gOR CASH
- AT -
DIETZ S. 31'DOWEL.L'3
WAREHOUSE AND COAL YAlt-D,
RAIL ROAD DEPOT
LEONARD E'BERT Sr: SON,
COAL AND LUMBER MERCHANTS.
We have on hand all kinds of Coal and Lumber, and
are prepared to furnish Bill Lumber to order at short no
tice; all at the most reasonable terms. Our stock of Lttm•
ber consists of
'White Pine 2 Inch Plank,
.• " '' select Plank. .
" " " Plank.
'• " 1 select and Culling Boards
" " i'• Sitting (6 inch)
" " Best River Shingles, •
" " Worked Flaring,
" " Joist and Scantling, all sires,
• Hemlock Joist and Scantling,
Yellow Pine Boards, Joist and Scantling,
Palling and Plastering- Laths.
We hate 151.1 always on band a good supply of all
kinds of Coal for stoves and lime-bunting. Also a supe
rior article of Broadtop Coal for blacksmiths. The pub
lic are invited to lOW 1121 a call , no e e will endeavor to
'give Putkfaetiort to all that call.
Coal and Lumber famished on the eats to any station
on the 'Franklin ItatlroatL
Fe''Oilice on Second St., in the rear of the Jail Yard.
Cbauthersburg, LEO. EBERT & SON.
SMALLS;BENDER & CO.,
York and ColdJborough, Pa.,
AND ItANIT.ACTVItEIta OF
SASH, DOORS. SHUTTERS, BLINDS,
DOOR A- SD 01.YDOFP FRAMES. 4r.,
livep constantly on band a well selected stock of seas
muible Lumber, viz:—Joist and Scantling. Weatherboard
ing; dressed Flooring, Sitting, Laths, Palings nod
White Tine taut Oak Bills, sawed to order at the
abortest notice. All communications should be addressed
to Yong, PA. Iselea2.ll.
UNDE'RLICH & HEAD.
FottwARnING AM COmmmoN 11FteatornA
North' ,Second Street. opposite the Cumberland Valley
Railroad Depot. Chamber burg, Pa. '
Caw run regularly to and from Philadelphia and Bahl.;
MiENTS. s —Peneack, Zell & Hinehmna. No. SIE Mar ,
ket St.. Philadelphia.
Lykens Valley. Broken Erg and Nutt COAL, (direct
from the mine.), Wilkesburre and Pine (hove FOUNDRY
COAL. LUMBER. SHINGLES. SALT, PLASTER and
H.m, CEMENT. kept eonstant(v on hand. - FLOUR.
CRAIN mukirrODlTE of till kinds pitrehabed at the
WUNDERLICH & NEAD.
.‘\TEIV ARRAN 0 ETNI E N T.-FREIGIiT
TH 111 .1 T tiv.w 1(.11K WITHOUT THAnellielidnl.T.
The under..ig-ned would ne.pertiully inform the patine,
tout tlo , y ore prepared to ehip all kind+ of Procture„
elttair, bp., from ebnuthersbarg to New York without
trhashipmetit, and deliver it at New York as quirk us it
con he delivered in Philadelphia.
The tvtt:nteln of Millers and Shippers is respectfully ire
- vited to this new arrangement. Fur further informutiun
inquire of DEITZ S MI.DOWELL, Agents.
TIU GELLE.sra:. JAcou ZELLER.
GILLESPIE, ZELLER & CO.,
PRODUCE AND PROVISIoN MERCHANTS,
AND IiWOLESALE GROCERS.
Nnrth•Wewt - cornet' of Sixth and Market Streets. Philp
RUNKLE'S BITTER wrgE OF IRON
A pure and Powerful Tonic, Corrective and Altera
tive of wonderful efficacy in diseases of the
STOMACH, LIVER and BOWELS.
Liver Complaints, „
Headache, General De
bitity, Nervousness, Hermes
- skin of Spirits, Constipation, Is
termittent Fever, Acidity of the Same -
neh,-Natuten, Heartburn, Disgust for Food.
Puttees' or Weight in the Stomach, Sinking or
Fluttering , at the Pitt of the Stomach, Bwfmrain'of
the Head. Difficult Breathing, Yellow Head,
Pain in the Side, Back, Chest, and Limbs,
' willeure every ease of Chronic or Her
vein Debility, Diseases of the Rid
- nay. and Diseases arising from
a disordered Stomach.
• Good for Mate or
Fediale, Old or
The most benefleial medicine known gives better sails
fardion and cures more diseases than any nth- ,
er preparation offered to the public.
This truly valuable Tonic has been sc thoroughly tested
by all claases of the rommunity, that it Is now deemed In
dispensible as a Tiinie Medicine, It costs but little, gives
tone to the-Atom:loa renovates the system and prolongs
life. We now Maly ask a trial of this valuable Tunic.
L''''BENVAItE OF COUNTERFEITS.
Prepared and sold wholesale and retail by 8. A. ICElii;
RE L.& BRO., I fd-...)iarket at,, Harrisburg.
For sale by Dtuggiiits and Dialers everywhere.
MANHOOD HOW LOST, HOW RE
STORED.—Just published, a new edition of Lilt.
CI'LpI,RWELL'S CELEBRATED ESSAY, on the
radica cure (without medicine of Spermatarrhsca, or semi
nal Weakness, Involuntary Seminal Losses, Legs:Pitney,
Mental and Physitml Incapacity, Impediments to Mar
riage, etc.; also, Consumption, Epilepsy, and Fite, induced
by aelf-indidgenee ur sexual extravagance.
Price. in a sealed envelope, only ti cents.
The celebrated author in this admirable eficay clearly
demonstrates, from u thirty' years successful practice, that
the alarming consequences of selfahuse may be radically
eared without the dangerous use of iuterual medicine or
the application of the knife—pointing out a mode of CUSP,
ut once simple, certain and effectual, by means of which
every sufferer, no mutter what bk eonclifion may be, may
cure himself cheaply, privately, and radically.
Thi. ',mare should be in the hands of every youth and
every man in the hand.
Sent, under 5.11,1, in n plain envelope. to Ali> , address,
post-paid, on receipt of .ix cents, or two poet stamps. Ad•
dreNs the publiolteri,
CHAR. J. C. KLINE &
127 Bowery, New York, I'mt office box
AMAN OF A THOUSAND.—A Cow
4rminiVE ClltEtt —DR. 11. JAMES, a Retired
Physician of great eminence, discovered, while In the
Indies, a certain cure Inc Consumption, Asthma, Bronchi-'
hts. Coughs, Colds and General Debility. The remedy
won discovered by him when his only child, a daughter,
was giving up to die. His child was cured, and is now
aline and u eIL Desirous of benefiting bin fellow mortals,
he will send to those who wish it the recipe. containing
full directions for making and successfully using, this
remedy, free on receipt of theirnames, with two stamps to
pity expenses. There is not n single MAP of Consumption
that it fines not of once take hold of and dissipate. Night
sa eats, peevishness. irritation of the nerves, failure of
memory, difflcult expectoration, Sharp pains In the lamp,
sore throat, chilly sensations, nausea at the ntotnach,
thin of the bowels wasting away of the muscles.
The writer will please state' the name of the paper
they seen this ads ertinewent in. Address.
CRADOOOIL & CO.,
marli2.l).] 225 North 2d St., Philadelphia, Pa. -
.3.c. RICHARDS. N. 1). ' JTO . MONTGOMBRY. H. L.
D ICHARDS & MONTGOMERY have
1.1.1 associated themselves In the Practice of 'Medicine,
and have taken an Mice In the lute residence 'of Jacob B.
Jtilicr, Immediately opposite' the Peesbyterion Chalet,.
All persons indebted to either of the &bure will please
make early settlement of the same. ' 1ang2441
DR. W. H. BOYLE vdllattend prompt
.ftl3.ll:et ehr. , 4lrnime i ne el ar n the !LE th"
my rot oi ttit - - ;, •
Mtn C etabutg pd.
WILL PAT TILE
CE M E N T,
1 C' A L-
COACH AND S - ADDLEIT:Y
H AEDW ARE.
The subscriber respectfully informs his friends and the
public. that be continues to carry• on the above business,
at his old stand, on stain Street, opposite the German Re•
Having irdarn'e4 his business, Saddlers and Coaa -
makers rclll find La his Store Boom 'a general assortment
of goods suited to their several requirements, such as
Fair and Country Hogskim,
Patent Leather, -
Saddle Trees and Girthing.
Gig Trees, Fa 'Plated., Tinned and Japanned; Goat
Flair, Straining Web and Worsted Rain ' •
Web, lower than Cotton :
new styles ; Curtain Frames; Hub Bands; Bridle Fronts;
Roseate% Swivels and Ornaments
1;on Plated and, Wood
BECKLE&.BRASS, SILVER AND JAPANNED,
all Styles and Patterns ; Ivory and Wooden Martingale
Rine, Stump Joints, and a variety
of other goods suitable
for the trade.
ALL KINDS OF PLATING, &c., dune with neattle. , S
and despatch. _ .
LEWIS VTAMPLER, ,
CHEAP HARD W ARE!
, BRAND & FLACK
Had a few good, under the pavement, which were not
burned. Such as Locks, Hinges, • Screws and other Hard
ware. Besides, they have just received from New York
and Philadelphian very large lot of goods. purchased much
cheaper than they are generally sold. They having been
burned out, therefore we offer !run, Nails, Hocks, Hinges,
Screws, Bolts, Oils, Glass. Paint. &c., at the lowest figure.
its isLAcKs3u • !•lIS AND FARMERS !
We have on band about 10 Tous Iron of different kande,
which we will nell tens than it nun be bought is the city.
Also we have 100; helix of Nails and Spikes, we offer at
from 6 to 10,dollars per keg.
' 'Cowes and Forks.. Scissor", Itozon, Pool,t Kuires,'
:_zto.loos, Sc., just revtoved from New York which we offer
very low. _ septi
fl AR RI A GE MAKERS' GOODS,
at BRAND & FLACK 6.
c,;4.IIOVELS, FORKS AND SPADES r
2.5 cent* each anti, many other 'ankles whkh wesin
the lite, whkh nva b matte as good as new
• = at BRAND S.: FLACK'S.
CEDAR WARE.—CaII at the !Store in
the Alley.. ----naaNn&iFLACK.
"Mato, Caps anb Sun.
D ECHERT STI,LL. Ay.f.AD!
HAi' S AN C, A P !
J. DECIIER T j
hag , re.iwned hie
HAT AND CAP STOR,
cud ie tio:pretbared to aectimmitliite
L vlt; C4ttuult!te.atui the public geberully
Call at 44
On Stroud Streit, North of Mir Let,
etteraberslxtry,r, Sept. 21.
LADIES FANCY FURS! AT JOHN
FAREIRA'S Old Eetubtished Fur itzinufamory, No:
aN Ase-A . 80TM adore ilk P4ilculelph..--4 have now In
store of my own Importation:nod 3lnnufucture, one of the
LARGEST and most BEAU TIFCL selection. , of FANt:Y
FURS, for LADIES' nod CHILDREN'S WEAR, in the
city. Also u fine moor:mut of Gent's F.ur Gloves awl
.1.1 my Fun were all purchased when Gold watt at a.
mneh lowerprmium than nt present, I atnlenabled to dip.
pope of them at very reasonable prices, nnIFI would tbere
fote rAllicit a call tram toy frieudp of Franklin county and
%member the Number and Street
71r Areh Street, abo v e it h. south side,
I have no psirtuer. nor enuneetiou with any other store
COME TO THE ~ \IARKEt HOUSE
HAT& CAP& BOOT.Y, SHOE&
W. W . PAXTON has putt opened u fine assortment of
HATS, CAPS. BOOTS and SHOES, at ids new Store in
the Market Howe. where he ran furnish all article' in his
Sue, chap for cash: Some goods are sold at old prices. =
A tine assortment of CANES, UMBRELLAS, CAR.
PET BAGS. VALISES. lee.. &e., coati/wetly. on band.
Call and examine our Inure stock at pod,
pert} W. W. PAXTON.
T FORSYtH & CO., 42 and 44 NAS-
Stir STREET, NEW YORK, (adjoining the Post
Ottiee) uffere for mule the following magnificent list of
WATCHES, CHAINS. JEWELRY, &e.,
Valued at e100,1.)00 Erick Article One Oollar, and not to
be Paid Far Ultra ;mit Inuits -what you R.tt '
100 Gold and SoSter Watches if DI 00 to 6100 each
200 LalllP3 ' Gold IWatVIINI 35 - each
500 Ladies' and Gents' Silver d 0... 15 each
5,(0) Ladies' GeldiPenells 4 (10 to 6 each
5,000 Gold-band Bracelets '1 CO to ID each
10,000 Loekets. Chains and Rings.— 250 to 6 each
5,01:10 Cameo, lidmaiic and Jet Brooches 4 IX) to 6 each
6,000 Coral and FlOrentine Ear firops 400 to S each
.10,000 Gents' Breast Pins. 200 to S each
15,000 Sleeve Buttons & BOKOM Studs 200 to 5 each
10.000 sets Liulies Jewelry " 500 to 10 each
6,0110 Lava and Florentine Sets 4 00 to 6 each'
10,000 Gold Pena, Silver nod. Holders 400 to ' 5 each
5,000 Gold Pens, with Silver Eaten.
Mon rases total retells 4 (a) to 0 each
The iwneles, in this stock of Jewelry are of the neatest
and most Lishimiable styles. Certificates of all the various
Articled are put in sealed envelopes and Mixed, thus gins'
has all a fair chance, and sent by malt for 25 centi each;
and on receipt of the certificate, it is nt ydur option to send
0142 riot.i.Ali and take the article narneil in it or
Five Certificates for $l, eleven fur $2; thirty forss; slaty
for 810; one hundred for 815. Certificate money to la, en
closed with order., Correipondenre prdutptiv tinswelad.
Aollsrfa iVasirsiti in every town and regiment. bend
or a rireular. Address W. FORSYTH
fune22-3tn) 42 d. 44 Nagnau Rt., New York.
NO. MU, ARCII ST., PHILADELPHIA,
Hag a large stork of
SOLID SILVER WARE,
Superior plated TEA SETS, SPOONS, FORKS, &e.
*ablitety anb . 11)3tneoo.
-ADDIE - 4AI) ---- D I ,LE !) 111
JERE/di/kit OYSTER .respeetflilly returns hie
tluinks to his patrons for the liberal encouragement reeei
ved from them heretofore. and he would invite theta and.
the community genenillY, who mak nCed any thing in his
line, to ;rise him a call at his new sound. owEast queen
street, near the Franklin Railroad, Chambersburg where
he keeps constantly lin - hand every variety of SAEFIL'E
RY--AND HARNESS of his own manufacture, nail he
Is prepared to eel! the same on terms thaidefs‘compoti
tion. Every article otTered for sale is warrented to be
made of the. best materlol and by competent workalan,
which will be fully demonstrated on an riunination WRIT-
TRUNKS AND VALISES.—He would also eon the
attention of persona wanting.la good neat and cheap and
WNW - alai Trunk or Valise to hts assortment. juiiel7A.
DONT :FORGET GORDON'S place of
badness, one door South of Dr. 1. L. SuesseroWs.
His terms aro Cash, as he has no capital.
CIH. GORDON is still on Main street,
• One door. South of Dr. J. L. Suesserott's Office. Re
In ready to MI all orders In Ids line of business. foug'24.
00 TO GORDON and see it he can't
VA suit y to something hi his lino.
!Mayo attb euernolzate.
QUEENS*ARE.—E. D. REED has just
returned from the East, with wall line of Queens
and Glum Ware, which he is Mining at low priors, at
the Family Grocery, corner of plain and Washington fits.
AA. A LARGE LOT OF GLASS AND
QuEzsEwAnE just opened at. E. D. REID'S.
MILLER, HAMILTON dr CO.
TIN, COPPER AND BRASS WARE,
TIN AND IRON ROOFING AND SPOUTING,
and deniers In all kin of
STOVES FOR WOOD OR COAL,
and all articles belonging to their business, would rev:Kt
fully inform the citizens of Chamberehurg and vicinity WO
they are nuvr in fall pperation and are prepared to anplAY-
Me best articles irn the most reasonable terms.
REPAIRING done on short notice, with beet mania
and at low rates..
Highest each rieeslinict for nld. Imn, C . 14 )ppar. Bruit%
Painter end Lead. • sep9l
Elms anti Antrim.
LINDSEY'S BLOOD SEARCHER,
Ti Eillig . DY'S MEDIPALAILtIy "Ivo
*r 44 !"i%
HOSTETT FR ' S BITTERS,
. up ,l
IOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS,
• 'at SPANGLER'S.
H ORSE AND-CATTLE POWDERS,
SOAPS,PERFUSIERY, HAIR, TOOTH
"Nail and Clothes Brushes, at SPANGLER'S:
PANGLER'S STORE, NEARLY' OP
-1,3 I,site Dr. Sermeny's aloe. tiopp2l
D',R.r - UG$! DRUGS!!
CP.FeSSLEP., successor toHkreEit S Cf 11.613.
LEII, low opened a new stock on Hain street. tint door
go wn o f Queen street, where every effort will be made to
sustain the popularity the old establishmenthed acquired.
.t cantimmtion of the libotal patronage-which the Item re•
deivisi is re.pectfully solicited. A fair stock - of Drugs,
Chemicals,' and Patent 31edicines is now offered. Ale° A
denituble assortment of
MA Fancy Articles iu gteatortirtety.
Ii,EIIOBVNE LAMPS.—togry clfe:rription of Hand
Lamps. Stand Lamps Hanging .Lamps and Side Limps
suitable fur Kitchen use,Verlor nor, Store use aini.Ofbee
HE BEST COAT: OIL IN THE - MARKET.
.g'unatly Dyes Grail Colors. Everything' in a Druggists
'nv of business.
13: -- ,pou l n 'r ct eseti m
wi pti th o re n c lrecelt; special attention, and are
and skill. C. H. CRESSLEkt,
Main street, fret door South of Queen street,
'ln the : Storeltottai tcith . J, Sheets, Merchant Tailor.
NfILLER.'S. DRUG STORE.- - --
Rubbed three times, and then 'burnt out k rather
but never say die or Ove up the ship is uur motto.
MILLER has resumed the DRUG BUSINESS next
doom Bitoirs'a HATEL, near the Masi:Ea' Bonus. where
he trill be happy to nor,ommoclate his old friends and alt
enstumem with a-general amisrtment or
and .ncll thing tug aro itxanliy keptiu all Drug Store. [M.
OUT, OF THE ASHES.—NixoN AGAIN
OTEN.—Sixon's krrtig Store is now open in - the office
of Dr. A. H. Senseny, on Main Street. Drugs, Patent.
Medicines, Pertiwary, Soap, Combs, Brushes. Dye &WM,
Paper, Cur elopes and odds tack ends of all kinds: Please ,
remember the place °Oleo of Dr. Sensenv. Main St
Horse and Cattle Powder will be furpfthed this week.
IP R T
I N V AL iDS
IRON 'IN THE BLOOD.
It is tell known to the medical profession that IRON
to the vital principle or Life Element of the blood. This
is derived chiefly from the food we eat; but if the food is
not properly dfgested, or it - from any catme 4 whatever, the
necaselary - quant4 of iron is not taken into the circulation,
or hemmes reauceti,. the whole' system suffers. The hint
Mood will irritate„the BiOrt, will clog up the lungs, will
stupefy the brain, will obstruct the liver, and will tend
its disease producing elements to all parts of the systetri,
and every one will n'uffer it, whatever organ may be Ire
dirivioed to dinner. I Ttie great value of
Is well 'lOO4 and acknowledged by 'medical men.
The difficulty has been to obtain such preparation of it rat
enter the circulation and assirnulate at once with the
blood. This point. tape Dr. Hayes. Massachusetts State
Chemist, has been 'attained in the Peruvian` Syrup, by ,
combination in a way before 'unknown.
THE- PEAUVIIN SYRUP
Isa PROTECTED solution of the PROXIIIE OF IRON,
A NEW DISCOVERY lli MEDICINE that strike.* at
the Root of Disease larsntipbeizat the blood with its Vital
Principles or Life Element—lcon,
THE PIREVIAN StRUP
Curei'Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint., Dropsy - , Fryer Ind
Ague,Lom of Energy, Low Spirits.
P - HE PkRTITIAN SYRUP
Innotee strength, vigor, and new life Into the sys tem and
buil& up al; "Iron-Constitution.
THE PERUVIAN SYEUP
Cures Nervans' Affections, Female Complaints and a
.diseases of the kidneys and Bladder.
THE PERUVIAN SIRUP
la a SPECIFIC for all diseaseir originating in a BAD
,THEjIILOOD, or accompaniol . by Debi
ft or Low State of the syst6m.
Pamphlets conteinieg certificates of _cures and reonm
mendenons from some of the moat emir - tied Physicians,
Clergymen and others, will be sent FREE to any address.
JOHN E. WILLIAMS, Esq.,.
President of the Metropolitan Bank, N. Y.
Rei. ABEL STEVENS,
. Late Editor Christian 'Advocate St Journal.
Rev. R. CHURCH, '
Editor Stut.Tort Chronicle.
Rev.,Johu Pierpont. • ' T.wait( Jamison, M, D.,.
Rev. Warren 'Berton ' ! Roswell Money, M. D., -
Rev. Arthur B. Faller, S. K. Kendall, M. D.. . ,
Rev. Gordon Robbins, W. R. Chisholm, X. D.,
Rev: Sylvenne Cobb, , Francis Dana, M D.,
Rev. T. Starr King, Jeremiah Stone, M. D.,_
Rev. Ephmlin Nute,•Jr.„ Jose Antonio Sanchez, M.D.
Joseph H. Cnireelt, A. A. Rays. I).,
Rev. Henry Upham. j Abraham Wendell, M. D.,
Rey,. P. C. Handley, i J. R. Chilton, M. D.,
Rev. John W. Olmstead, , H. E. Kinney, M. D.
.Prepared by N. L. CeARIC 4 CO., exclusively for J.
R 141NSMNRE, 491 Bitsidway, New York.
Sold by all Druggists. • 1, 1 julyl3.row.ly
.RE.DDIN4'A RUSSIA SALVE
PCRTY.. ATIN,EXPKRIEN'Ot '
'‘ Lee tnllP estalilith ed the !superiority of '
I•REDDiNG'I IitiTSSIA SALVE
F Over alt. Other healing preparations. '
It ones all 'Minis of Sores. Cuts, Scalds, Burns, lions,
Stilt Rheum, Erysipelas, Stfes, Piles, Corns, Sore
I,IIW, Sore P.yes, tke., removing the pain at once. and to.
diming the most angry-looking , Swellings and !uflamma.
lions as if by magic , .
0N1417 fIe:CENTS /I'l4OX.
11 1 , 011 SAL A By
P. DINSSIOBB, No.: 491 Broadway, New York .
S. W. FOWLS N0. ' 48 Tremtnitsweet,Bostan,
and by all Druggists. [ julyl343oway,
atioineri at La.bl•
& STENGER, ATTOR
G. KEYS A.ViLAW.—ii". S. SIEMER, District At
torney and Agent far procuring Pensions, Bounty gooey
rod arrenis of pay„ ,
°Moe M James dwelling, on the West side of
Seeorul, Street, be*xpon Queen and Washington Streets.
'QTUMBATJGH AzH GEHR, krmx.Ers•
1 , •_)•• AT LAW.—Office opitoeite the Poet Oti Willie!.
tend promptly to all imminent entruoted to their care.
P. 6. Authorised Agents for the collection at Pitnehtuil,
Bounty, Back Pay end all ether claims a t tratnetthe gefefil•
T S EVEBETT. Attorney at La
Mee op Market Street: opposite the Court
House, formerly ocenpled by Jet. Coot, Esq. All legal
businese.a entrusted to his,core will tredve prompt atten
tion. _ sep7-tf.
TORN gTEIVA/iT t ATTORNEY AT LA.W.
Office on Second Street, a few doori South ottke
Market Home. PENSIONS, BOUNTY atulotber claims
Promptly colleeteck ! [augl
KENNEDY & NILL, ATTO tiNEYS AT
LAW, have for the present I'AIWAVeII their office to
theresidenteafT.st.NM, go Second Street, walaalioPfn•
site the Market R. e, (ndr4
LYI4I.A-N S. CLARKE, ATTORIitY AT
LAW, ChatOetel3urg. 0 fike (at the old plaee,) on
3tatitht.Streed; newly opposite the Coot Babe. (anti-4t
pENSION,I BOUNTY AND WAR
CLAIM ADDDCY,—Detulians procured for fold ere
of takpreikes.wixriwito disabled: 41v reason 9f w 0, 041
receivel, a,d7epaw Ccrittgefs4, ivi dte la the swipe or Ott
Vatted States.; and ?malaria, - Dm Dainty', and ArrPiudA
of Pay obtained Air ataasra or heirs of -those who bare
dieti-or been while In service. JOHN R. ORR,
Claim Arent; CalMlibernburip Po.
piPORTANT T 0 FARMERS.—The
.y .*cheapestand best "Thresher and Cleaner" is "Wheel
er & Ifelick's,lmproved Patent Railway Power and com
bined THRESHER' ANIS CLEANTdt." This machine
Is maradfaritured.at the small adrarreeof 10 per cent. over
that of last year. The farmers are readily adopting it
everywhere. • It saves labor and expense, and does more
and better work than any other machine. Price of a two
horse &liner a three-horse machine $320,: These prices
embrace everything complete. This machine has advan
tagespe that aregreatlylin or to say other. One is that
It can be used entirely in 1 l
e Barn door, and that the
power can be conveniently sed for cutting fodder, shell.
mg corn, cutting stem, sa lug wmid, &e. And it re.
quint less power and fewe rhands than any other.
-PALME It ' S EXCE LSIOR SELF-SITST..kININO
BORSE•PITC'EFORK. hm many advantages over orb.
era. among which are i it hi self-stlslaining. requiring no
attention until its local is to $e discharged. Ely the use of
the pulleys furnished with tine forks it will swing directly
over the mow, when it disc ha rges its load by simply pal
ling the conL Mute a handle but IS inches in length.
This patent has been awarded the premien', at the New
York State Fair, and at all ; the County Fairs, whereyer
exhibited. , . ,
' SMITH'S GREEN MOUNTAIN SHINGLE ARD
READING MACHINE, is a new and valuable improve
ment in machines for manufacturing Shingle and Reading.
'cutting obliquely; or otherwise, say desired thiekos4ss or
length, tirl to 24 inches. This Maclaine can be set up and
run by an ordinary water power. It Will saw one thou
sand shingles per hour.
Mr. Robert Black, of Fayetteville. Franklin county, Pa.,
Is the Sole Agotrrfor Franklin and Adams counties( Any
information desired respecting any or; ll of these machines
can be obtained by either milting twin in person. or ad
dressing him by letter. Persons wishing any of these ma
chines will please make their orders soon, as it requires
some time to get them from the manufacturer. None will
be ordered but those that are sold. They will be furnished
at manufacturer's prices, transportation added.
CIIA3IIIqtSIWRO, Mayl7, 1861. •
Robert tri lerrA:4sg.—Dear Air: q. have thoroughly tested
the Tread-power in running all kinds of Machinery about
the Barn. and I have had the unlit approved Lever-pow-
PIS tried at my Barn also, and ;unhesitatingly recommend
the Tread-power, I run all my machinery—thresher and
cleaner. s corn-sheller, folder-Mier, and
circular raw, with- a twmhorsa Tread-power; and the
power is ample. and two homes trio give the sane, if not
greater power than four can with the lever-powiT. and the
labor it no More severe on the horses. In short, '1 regard
-tho Troact-pov. et as having - every adsnntagt over the
Lever-power. and it must non be universally adopted by
tanners. Very Itespettfnlly Tours,
kpply to the Imdensigned is c;re'enwood. Frauklin co.
maylB-4 1 )* " 1 ROBERT
A GRICULTURAL CHEMICAL CO's
This Fertilizer Is einnirPsi.sl of night soli ana the fertii
king element of urine. combined. ehemieally ufid mechan
ic-ally with other valuable fertilizing agents and absorb
It is reduced to a pnlverulent ecmdition. ready for im
mediate use. and without loss alit!, highly uitrogenotar
Its universal applicability to all crops and soils, and its
durability and arrive qunli6eo, nne well known to be all
that agrieulturists can desire, Prier. SZ per Toni
This Fertiliar 6 largely composed of animal matter.
to meat. bor, flab. leather. hair and wool together
with chenfienli and inorganic fertilizers. which decom•
pose The mass, and retain ..the nitrogenous elements!. It is
thoroughly impregnated with urine, and the thinner por•
Goat of night soil s
It is a very valuable fertilizer for field crops generally,
and espeeially for potatoes, and garden purptHes. -
Its ezeellant qualities, strength and cheapness, have
Inside it very popular with all who have used it 'Price.
$25 per Ton.
TREE AND FRUIT FERTILIZER.
It ix n highly phosphatic fertiliter, and is particularly
adapted for Oa. Cultivation of trees, fruits, lawns and flow.
en; It will promote a very vigorous and healthy growth
of ttood and fruit. and largely increase the quantity and
perfect the maturity of the frUit. For hotiliouse and
household plants nut flowers. it willbe found an indispen
sable article to-secure theii greatest perfection. - It will
prevent and cure. diseased conditions of the peach and
grape. and is excellent for grass and lawns. -
' The formula- or method of combining its constituent fee.
tilizing idirredients have received the - higlied approval of
emnent chendriti undrolentific agvieultruist4. Price, 850
, PHOSPHATE OF LLME. -
The Agricultural' Chemical Compares, manufacture a Ma+.
pluste of Lime, in aceardance with a new , and valuable
formula., by which a very anperior article is produced., so
as to be agonied at a leas price than other manufacturers
charge. Practical tests have proved that Its value, as a
fertilizer, is equal to the best Phosphate of Lime in the
market Price, $45 per Ton.
TERMS C./s.SH.—Cartage and Freight to be paid by
AGRICULTURAL CHEMICAL CO'S WORKS.
'AT CANAL WHARF, ON THE Ij'ELAWAHE.
Offlee, .ILII Arch Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
R. B. FITTS, 'General Agent.
The Company's Pamphlet Circular, embracing full db
reetions for using the above Fertilizerp sent by mail free,
when requested: , Thug.
.COOK'S SUGAR EVAPORATOR, gAX
k) ufactural by MUSLIM, BATES £ DAY, Mangffeld,
Chia.—We are willing to guarantee that from two acres
of gaud Cane, a sufficieut number of gallons of Syrup can
be prxxideell io cover,cost of Machinery, capable of mak•
ing eighty ga11011.3 of Syrup per day, which at fifty cents
pet. gallon, will pay for costsof Mill add % Evaporator in
four days; or where pan is wanted for a brick arch, with
out the Furnace, ill less time.
COOK'S SYRUPS have been sold at an_ average of
sixty cents a gallon, and none in market. 'An acre of good
will prolluee titan 0 to 300 gallon!. of Syrap. -
tiORGO SEF,D.—We offer u Superior Article, selected
by ourselves. Sprout the seed and roll in' plaster. Plant
in drills four feet apart. from forth to South. Light soil
-and Sotaberti eaporure preferred, although not absolutely
nocetaary,..us it will grow on soils where many crope would
be a failure. Cultivate as for COrn.
Cook's Evaporator has taken the first premium 'wet all
others at two Uni t ed States Fairs ant aver thirty State
Clark &ire dla&iine Company's CA....NE -MILL and.
above SLED for sale by
W. G. REED, Agent, Chanibersburg, Pa.
- a? The Sorge Hand• Book sent free to any person ask.
lug fur it. autta.
ORGIIO SYRUP.—The undersigned
),..1 lacing distributed large quanitties of seed last spring
for the purpose of enronmging more extensive planting_ to
our respective districts, so as to warrent the expense of
procuring improved machinery necessary; for the manufac
ture of syrup on a more extensive scale, we would new
say inroply to the numerous inquiries of our friends, that
we have now nearly completed our steam works and will
be ready to commence operations Ina few days. (The
terms and condition of manufacture were made known when
the seed was distributed. one third of the product; or pee
third the retail price of the Syrup.) All parties who are in
terested are invited to give us 'a call.
B. L, RYDER, Manniketurer,
at the:West Franklin Nurseries, near Loudon, on the Lou.
dip and Cove Gap Road.
DANIEL STOUFFER & SONS,
at Stoniferstoron, 1 mile east of Chambersburg, on the Bal
timore Turnpike. (sep2l
%IRE:TRUE CAPE COD CRANBERRY.
Folt I;pI.AND AND (WIDEN CULTIVATION.—Octo
ber and November are the best months for planting this
excellent and easily grown. fruit in Gardens and Market
Gardens. The crop here last season if:, my method of cul
tivation was over 400 bushels per acre. Explicit direc
tions for cultivation ofi a small or large scale. with prices
of plants, will be sent to any address. together with EL priced
descriptive catalogue of all seeds, Fnut ,. Garden, or Nur
sery. All the new Strawberries aro now ready for delis'.
erg, prepaid by maiL Now is the time to plant for
Spring . crop. •
• C. --we of all packages pald to lloston or New York.
EL M. - WATSOF.
pnnets-Lt, Old Colony Nurseries, Plymouth, Mass. '
.I.xA DIIIOI+ZIATED PACIFIC GUAM - J.-
A real guano, containing from seventy to eighty per
cent 'of PHOSPHATE OF LIME, to which has been
added, by a chemical process, a large per centage_ of
actual Ammonia, so fixed that iteannot evaporate, mak.
fog it equal, if not superior to any other fertilizer.
Pamphlets with copies of Analyses by Dr. Jackstia, -
Mass. State Assayer, and Dr. Liebtg, of Baltimore. and
testimonials from scientific Agriculturists, showing itr,
value. Can be obtained from
J. 0. BAKER, & Ca, •
87 Wall Street, 'Sew York.
nuurh 2-1 v
tobacco aub ,agars.
TACOBS' TOBACCO AND CIGAR
tr STORE.--Having re-bulit my Tobacco and Cigar
Store on South Main street, (corner of Washington &Main
streets,) two squares from the Diamond, I would invito ail
to eull and examine my stock, consisting of
CHEW IND TOBACCO: .
Congress,,nll.kinds, Cavendish, I__, -
Twist. all kinds, Rove Twist, -, ••c-c''
Flounder, Old Virginia,
Navy, Honey Dew,
Michigan Fine Cut, • -- --- st.b7, - . - & - • - e. ---- , - .
Sunny Side, &e.
Out nod Dry,
- _Jam - es Ricer,
2 lieu 21
BUSH 5T11.40.; HAND.-TOBACCO
SEHAiU3.—The undersigned has just returned
from the City with a complete stook of Tobacco and Be
gan, such as Natural Leaf. Michigan, Smoking Tobac
cos and Pipes. Store on Queen Street. three doors than
the M. E. Church. Come, give him a LIII.
traffM C.H. BUSH.
TL ARGE . ASSORTMENT OF TOBACCO
1 4 1 and SECARS, wholesale and retail, at
"4.p SHAFER d: STUART'S,
on:clueen StTeet. FAA of the Methodist Church.
JW. SCOTT, GENTLEMEN'S FUR
• NISHLNG STORE and SHIRT AfANUFACTORY,
No. 814 Chesnut St., 4 doors below the Continental, Phil
adelphia. Particular attendan t given to ordhred guru,
perfect fit guaranteed. Perms+ at a distance can order
to the following Shirt measures
Size around the Neck.
" Chest under the Arias.
" •! Wrist.
Length of Anns (bent) from centre of back to middle of
hand. • •
Length of Bosom at Side.
;WESTON dc BROTHEL MER - CHANT
y TAILORS, No. 900 Arch Street Philartelpkia, Pe,
Miring received a liben‘Lalawatltataaaage Loam Chem
heriburg and vicinity, wit are encouraged ta , Or, &rpm*.
The extellence of Our goods and oaf mirk, 'and the tare
we take to give, entire satlefaction; Are a itifileleut guaran
tee that we value our Imputed=
I.ttl-Iy. WESTON & BROTHER: •
J. A. JACOBS.
Octo,ben 5, 9.4.4k.5(
fIOPYRIGHTED VIEWS-.OF CHASM-
F BERSBURG Di RUES&
Bank of Cluunbersbarg and Franklin Boum. ,
COrt Hamm and Town Hill. _
Main Street tram thestolamond mirth dad south. •
Corner Main and East Sing Street.
Contieocheagna Creek-with Baptist Chmel.
Second near Market Street.
North.west corner Public Square.
Published by R. NBWFX-L, 724- Arch Street, and SW
sale in Chambersbarg Sbrytekk Book Store.
4 - lateral aisextuar to do trade.
, ETTERS'OF ADVICE FOR LADIES: ,
FIVE ANATWICAL WIDRAVTROS.
Res Information never before pitEdisbed..
Sent free in A. sealed envelope fet US cents. '
Address . DR. STANFORDi-_-
Boi - No. 4,652 Now York O.
Ric b ital.
ALTIMORE LOCK HOSPITAL.-Dr.
JOILSSTON, the forinder of this Celebrated Instate
titm, offers the most certain. speedy, and only effectual
remedy in the world for Glees, Structures, Seminal
weakness, Pain in the L i oins, Constitutional Debility,
Impotence, Weakniss of the Back and Limbs, Affections
of the Kidneys> Palpitation of the Heart, Dyspepsia, Nee.
volts Irritability. Diseases of the Head, Throat, Nose, or
skin ; and all those serious and melancholy disonleis ruts.
tug from the destructive habits of Youth, Which destroy
both body and mind. These secret and solitary practices
are more fatal to their victims than the song of the Syrsn
to the mariner Ulysses, blighting their most brilliant
hopes or anticipations, rendering marriage, &c.. ImPosSible.
YOUNG MEN.—Young Hen especially, who have be
come the victims of Solitary Vice, that dreadful and des
tructive habit which annually sweeps to an untimely
gnt , Ve thousands of young men of the mast exalted talent
and brilliant intellect, who might otherwise have entranced
listening Senates with the thunders of eloquence, or waked
to eestaor the living lyre; may call, with full confidencts.
MARRIAGE!—Married persons, or young men con
templating marriage, being aware of physiCal weakness,
orgunio debility, deformities, &c., should immediately .
consult Dr. Johnston. -
... . .
He who places himself under the care of Dr. Johnston
may religiously confide in his honor as a . gentleman, and .
confidently rely upon his skill to it physictan.
ORGANIC WEAILNESR 11131.EDIAT,ELY CURED
AND FULL VIGOR RESTORED.—This awl, se is the
penalty most frequently paid by those who haw become
the victims of improper indulgences. Young persona are ,
too apt to commit excesses from not being aware of the
drtnitful consequences that may entrust Now, who that
understands the subject will pretend 'CO' deny that the
power of Proerentihn is tau sooner by Buse 'llilllng into
,unproper habit than by the prudent. Besides being de,
priced Of the plettotre of healthy offspriug, and the most
serious and destructiVe sympathy to mind and body arise.
The system becomes deranged, the physical and mental,
powers weakened, nervous debility, dyspepsia, palpitation -
of the heart. indigestion, a wasting of the frame, cough,
'symtoms of consumption.
Office No. 7. Speak Frederick Steed, seven doors from'
Baltimore street, East side, up the steps. Be partieular
in observing the wane and number, or you • will uditake
the place. -
A CURE WARRANTED IN TWO DAYS.
eury or Nal/SCOW/ Drugs. ,
DR. JOHNSTON. Member of the Royal Mese_ or
Surgeons, London, graduate from one of the most eminent
Colleges of the United Stales, and' the greater part of
whose life has been spent in the hospitals of Loudon,
Paris. Philadelphia and elsewhere, has effected some at
- to most astonishing cures that were ever known. Batty
tam with ringing in the head and ears when asleep,
great ne °noon.. being alarmed at sudden sounds, and"
bushfuln , with frequent blushing, attended sometimes
*, d” RuatastarnereNhareden tte rna l lu e ' m
w l t e l l titd, stud -
t rudent votary of pleasure find he bus imbibed the seed
of lo painful &sins: e, It too often happens that an ill
timed nee of shathe, or dread of discovery, - deters him
front a lying to those who from education and respecta
bility 4n alone Befriend him, - delaying till the constitu•
nounl symptoms of this horrid disease make their , appall ,
ance, such as ulcerated sore throat, diseased nose, nachos,
nal !pi. us in the head and limbo, dimness of sight; deaf.
n . , nobs on the chin, bones and arms, blotches on the .
ad. face and extremities, progressing with frightful so
tidity, till at last the palate of the mouth" or the buttes of
th nose fall in and the victim of this awful disease bee,.
' , comes a horrid object of oommisserution, till death puts a
pe 'toll to his dreadful sufferings,- by sending him to "that
•. . e front whence no traveller returns." l'o such, there.
fore, Dr. Johnston pledges himself to preserve the most
inviolable secrecy a and front his extensive practice in the
first Hospitals of Europe and America, he can confidently
recommend a safe and speedy cure to the unfortunate vie.
m of this horrid disease.
It is a melancholy . fact that thousands fall victims to
this horrid disease Owing to the unskillfrilness of ignorant
pretenders who by use of that dreadful poison, Mercury,
ruin the constitution, and either send the unfortunate' to
an uptimely grave, or make the residue of life miserable.
TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE I—Dr. J. addresses
those who have injured themselves by private and Im
These are some of the sad and melancholy effects pro
duced by early habits of youth, via:—Weakness of the
Back and Limbs, - Pains in the Head, DimnesS of Sight,
Loss of Muscular Power, Palpitation of the Heart, Dye
pepsia. Nervous Irritability, Derangement of the Digest.
Live Functions, •fleneral Debility, Symptoms of Consump
Mia - vaus, the fearful effects on the mind are meat to
be dreaded; loss of Memory, confusion of-Ideas, Depts.
sion of Spirits, Evil Forebodings, Avenida to Society, -
Self-Distrust, Love of Solitude, Timidity, &c., ace soma
of the evil effects.
Thousands 'of persons of all ages eau now Jude what
is the cause of their declining health, kissing thew vier.
becoming weak , pale, have singular appearance about the
eyes, cough and symptoms of Consamption. "
Dr. JOHNSTON'S INVIGORATING REMEDY FOR
ORGANIC WEAKNESS.—By this great and important
remedy, Weakness of the Organs is speedily cured, and
full vigor restored. -
Thor - mends of the most nervous and debilitated; who
had lost all hope, have been immediately relieved, All
impediments to Marriage, Physical or 'Mental Dlsanalill
cation, Nervous Irritability, Trembling, Weaknessur Ex
haustion of the most fearful kind, speedily cured:by Dr.
YOUNG MEN,: who tuweinjuretl themselves by a car
thin practiee, indulged in *hen alone—a habit frequently
learned from evil companions, or at school; the - erects are
nightly felt, even when asleep, and if not cured render
marriage impossible, and destroys both. mind and body„
should apply immediately.
What a pity that a young man, the hope of his country,
the-darling of hil permits, should be snatched from all
prospects and enjoyments of life, by the consequence of
derailing from the path of nature, and indulging in a car
taro secret habit' Such persons, before contemplating
MARRIAGE,- should reflect that a sound mind and body
are the most necessary requisites to promote connubial
happiness. Indeed, without these, the journey through
life becomes m weary pilgrimage, the prospect
darkens to the view ; the mind becomes shadowed 7 a
despair, and filled with the melancholy reflecticin, that
the happiness of another becomes blighted with our awn.•
OFFICE NO. i SOUTH FREDERICK STREET,
TO STRANGERS.—The many thousands cured at this
Institution in the Mat fifteen years; and the numerous im•
portent surgical Operations performed by Dr. J., Witnessed
by the reporters of the papers and many other persons, .
notices of which have appeared again and aga in Wan'
the public. is anufficient guarantee to the afflicted. •
N. B. There are so many ignorant and worthless quacks
advertising themselves as Physicians, ruining the health
of the air&dy afflicted, Dr. Johnston deems it
to say to those unacquainted with hiareputatimt, that:
Diplomas hang in his office.
NOTICE:—AU letters must be postpaid, and
contain a postage stamp for the reply ,
. or no 'toisoirer win
be semi (mar 164.7.
s ip" — 3 'S's ' T E• 14.
+4' - CELERHAYED
A pure and Powerful Tonic, Corrective and Ahab.
tive;of wonderful efficacy In diseases liftbh
STOMACH, Lima AND BOWELS; -
Cures Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint, Headache, Gin.
oral De lity, Nervousness, Depression of
Spirits, Constipation, Colic, Intermit
tent Fever, Cramps, Spasms,
and all Complaints of either Sew aria.
inkr from Bodily Wenlaiest, windier Jule.
rent in the spasm, or produced by spedat wok.
Rothing that is not wholesome, genial and- reetaratins
in its nature enters into the campsite= of ROSTET
TER'S STOMACH BITTERS. This popular 'prepara
tion ()anteing nu - mineral of any - kind, no deadly botanical
element, no fiery excitant, but isa combined= of the ex
tracts of rare balsamic herbs and plants with the ,pariat
and mildest of &trustee stimulants.
It is well to be forearmed against disease, and, so far as
tho human system can be protected by human mans,
against maladies engendered by an unwholesome atmor
phere, impure water, and other external comes, HOST,
ETTER'S BITTERS may be relied= as a safeguard.
In districts Infected with FEVER. AHD AGE E it has
been found infallible to a preventive, and inestimable Si a
remedy ; and thousands who resort to it under apprehen
Mon of an attack, escape the scourge ; and thousands who
neglect to avail themselves of its protective qualities in ad
vance, are cured by a very brief course of this marvellous
medicine. Fever and Ague patients after being plied for
months with quinine in stun, until - fairly saturated with
that dangerous alkaloid, me not =frequently restored to
health within a few days by the use of HOSTETTER'S
The weak stomach is rapidly lin - Yemied 614 the Mol
tke 'restored by this agreeable Tonto, and hence It works
treader* in eases of Toyeyoleria and less confirmed Ram of
INDIGESTION. Acting as a gende and painless aperi
ent, as well as upon the liver, it also invariably relieves
the CONSTIPATION euperinduced by Irregular eat=
of the digestive and secretive organs.
Persons of feeble habit, liable to NEIWOUFi - ATTACKS,
LOWNESS OF SPIRITS and PITS OF LANGUOR,
find prompt and permanent rellet . from the Bitters. The
testimony on this point is most corieldsive and hum both:
The way of BILIOUS COLIC is immediately as
skulged by a single dose of the stimulant, and by meadow
eltrresotting to It the tett= of the comphdittutay be pre.
'Asa General Tonic 'HOSTETTER'S BITTERS produce,
effects which must be experienced or witnessed •before
they, can be folk appreciated. In cases orDONBTITU
TIONAL WEAKNESS, PREMATURE DECAY and
DEBILITY and DECREPITUDE arising ftton FOLD
AGE, it exercises the elected infhtence.
' in the convalescent stages of all diseases it operates ass
delightful ierigonint. When the powers of nansni stem.
lased Itoperntes to reinforce and re•establish Um=
Last, bat not least, it is THE ONLY SAFE STIMU
LANT, being manufactured from sound and , trsooeuane
materials, and entirely froe from the acid elements pros.
eat more or leas in all the ordinary lonies and shaumchiCa
No family medicine has been so meitersally, arida may
be truly added, deservedly popular With the le
porn= of the community - , se. HOSTETTERM
TER.& Prepared by
HOSTETTER dr. SMITH,
_Pittsburg, Pa. -
Sold try nil Menges* - Groans and Skrekeepszr, every- -
JOSEF% MT.. , , MG X MOM,
F RE Y- ,B.r MONO-,
0 N 6- ,
' GENERAL -lINDERTAEER§ _,
and Manufacture= or ,
ISAROGANY WALNUT, CHZRI!,,Y AND;
' CLOT TI COFFINS. -
nay will also Amish , - :
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Tuileials atteadedia Town and
Rooiiii at WilllMuno.ff, ika* o *,, #l4 - 4(4
'Nora Clutabento4 ?a. ,
ile Med pancatfandad Id, An bona. *p ~
be dud. Id - the: rerldpiwf r: A.' PinitaoFe,
'a the Rbnp. - -