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IX,i ‘ TONS OF pMOTIFF RAT
37, 0 ,:i by GEO. A. ):11332.
- 200-WMAIIT LOGS
ifat, 4 4 by 41mA: bon.
no Limos Mimi LOGS
Wanted by OE4 A. DErzz
RYE, ORN, OATS,
- an4lo _of Produce bought by GEO. A. DECEZ, at
' ideltrarehonse tame the Itauxutrepit.
.STOVE AND LIRE COAL
kraals cheap, by the ton or MN ton.
OAK AHD HICKORY WOOD
ay the . cord w half oard. ✓
OAK AND HICKORY WOOD, •
Axed andsplit for stare use, by the cord or balf cord.
,IMTN . DOW AND DOOR SILLS,
GI Oak, Walnut and Pine, always ne t hand.
WINDOW AND DOOR-MAME STUFF,
AlisiAlidads of LUMBER, itch as Oak and P,lno Flank:
Oak,Widnut, Pine andllemlock Boaxds ; Flooring Boards,
% addl. - tea: o ,g , Ranks, Dieing, Laths, Az.
BEST OF ROOFING SLATE
.adsreya oa 'bulk and roofs put on by the best Slater % who
10 . 11dxsarti medals : for their superior workmanship.
- :CALL AT DE/TZ'S WAREHOUSE,
ibbovetheliollread Depot, and buy cheap. [deo2l
"!1 .- .Eti,NA.RD EBERT & SPN,
COAL AND Lumitry itrat.cuAlrfs.
Uwe on band all kinds of and Lumber, - and
. Uri Tread to furaish - Bill Ltunlxir toorder at short no.
VC% Old Me most zeisonable terms . Oar stock oflran
inch ; Plank,
" select "
" It' Musk. -
- - '.l select and Culling Boards, _
te io 44 , maw (6 )
Bert River - Shingles,
"" Worked ll tit sidi nk .„
'." " Joist and Scantling, all &AN •
Hemlock Joist and Scantling,
- Boards, ..•
Yellow Pine Boards, Joist and Scantling,
- — Mang and Plastering Laths.
liteluare also always on hand a good supply of all
, idatit at Coal for staves andlime.barMng. Also a aupe.
hior artMle of Broadtop Coal for blacksmiths. The pub.
• .11cissitrinsited to give us a call, _as we will endeavor to
,- Iptle satisfaction to all that coll.
Costand Lumber furnished on the cars to any Mallon
Oaths Franklin 'Railroad.
GrOfflee on Second St., In the rear of the Jail Yard,
Charabeatturrg, Pa.' LBO . EBB:Sr& 00. N.
.Q,),(ALL; BENDER & CO.,
•i*,) - - York- and Gelclaborough, Po.,
Axo RANtiFACTVREII9 OF
' • SAV, DOORS. SHUTTERS, BLINDS,
_ ' „DOOR AND WINDOI7 _FRAMES, 4c,
,Keep_eonstaraly on band a well selected slick of seas.
-datbleloamber, via-:foist and Stardlng, Welatherbbard•
dreaded Flrrtair, carteg,l nfal; Sbinglet, Paßaga apd
Pezebt. : ' - • • - •
• Vane Sine and Oak Bills, sawed to order at the.
4taira sin' hoe. All communications should be addressed
ifilebms, Pi. • '
~.;STMAIW SLW AITTX,.—TI24 undersign
ed have erected and in operation a Steam - Saw - Mill
at the SoatirMentataire, near GralfenbarwSpringa and are
arote emrto warrg OAK, PEW.,
or any lad of timber desired, at the short
'''. eidantioe and at lose:rates. One of the firm will be at the
cdf3artel GreetatralLinVinnbezebertg, on Battar-
E4arete-21th Ind. and on each alternate Satardny thereof
-ha for the pavan of =Outing , tor the delivery of lean
' ben „UMBER DEL.ll7Mtkat any point at the Ldw
iterlitiam. All 'atilt:a should be addressed to them at
- -laraffeednagP. 0.,-Adams 110„.1 - it.
deele-tf hiILTEhatERGEIt -&
BUIL D ITT G LUMBER The =Or
• *sued' to ase• all Ends ollMovo
• beilitite lowest market price. R. A.
tRIZIRWOOD 11112; Fayetteville P. 0. dac2B.6tit
LONG LOQ..II:ED FOR COKE AT LAST,
, aftaiou of Sewing liforlites.
• TEE CEMMATED.
'FLORENCE - SEWING MACHINES.
Can sea bo secs at 33e reothiefice of hfR.S. R. P. HAZE
' ^LET, South Molo,arer...,
- - -Dr. A.-
all'parsons interided in •SeteinitMectines are WTI-
Dtd to eaII and estamine this mondertal machine.
AliattAieeHe the objector the FLORENCE HEWING
COMPANY to supply a machine free from
attached to tarn are. clanarcheldam, enni
;aka :patient, unfinng labor oryeara and &liberal ktx
,peaditta• °respite in securing the first mechanical tailing,
/lave been crcraned with success, and they*e
so* Wining to the public the meet pedact Sewing Machine
is &a world. "A mon,gla many advantagyni orerali other
- aintieldrueN may be menlionod:
Ist. It zankesfour different rasa:, on one and the same
madame, each &deb being perfect and alike on bolitsides
Clumoring from one kind of stitch to another, as
*II as thelength of the stitch, can readily be donewhitethe machine isinrcotton.
2d. Beery shish is perfect in itself, making the seam
awn and uniform, combining elasticity, strength and
. 4th. It AGO the revertible feed motion, which enables the
,inperator to ran the work to either the right or left, or stay
turripsirt of the seam, or fasten the ends of seams without
-tundas the fabric or stmming themachine.
"Sib - it is the most roptd entice inahe world, making five
attflassi to each revolution, and there Is no other machine
/ - teStlivieldo solarge arange of work asthe FLORENCE.
. 6th. ltdootthehearter:orfaterttcork with equal facility,
"c.liftbouttealiott or breaking of thread.
'IL It hems, fells, binds, gathers, -braids, quilts, and
gutherslaul sew an ante% at the gametal,.
11/4 MS simplicity enables the most inexperienced to
mastte Its motions are all positive, and there are no
to getout of coder, and it Is adapted to allklnds
of eig- 1431 iir4 - from thick to thin, and. it fs almost r.oise
• 921.. TtieFLORENCE SEWING BIACHINFrii lane•
quailed in beauty and rtyle, and most be seen to be amen.
• tilted. •
at. R. P. 'HAZELVA having been appointer!
=Titter the sae of the above Sewing Machffies in
ectimtp, r .....ttaly invites the Ladies to can and
air All Nfaehickea wamated for one year. [ang3l
-.NEW QUARTERS AND NEW STOCK.
THE OLD currama EMPORIUM,
Is Tao MARKET HOIME,
'The undersigned, atter a temporary absence necessitated
by the deettaction of Chambereburg, him again returned
and'opened out in full blast in the Market House between
Welttees Dry Good store and Huber & Lerrastes Gra
eery store ' a lar assortment of
PALL AND 'WESTER GOODS, of every dastription
This shock ccmsists of Ready Made Clothing such as
Over Coats, Drees Costs, Pants, Vests, Under Shirts,
Dressers, &a, also
GENTT.MmINS' FURNISHING GOODS, such es
(hirsute, Suspenders, Gloves, Shawls, Handkerchiefs, Col
. lens; Umbrellas, skc., &o, •
Hhstock of Cloths &a - customer work Consists of French,
English end Domestic manufacture. Black Doe Skin and
Remy Cassimers. Black Sada, Mewed Silks, Flainand
Fancy Casaimer Vest:lnes which wall be made up to order
in styles to snit the taste of customers, on short notice, and
Ha engaged a Practical Cutter from the East, lem
to furnish clothing in the most fashionable styles,
=time but experienced workmen are engaged per.
110011 may rely upon getting their work well done at my
Thankhd for the patronage heretofore bestowed, I re.
spitefully solicit a continuance of the same.
• ootl9 J. T. HOSEINSON.
- Moots anti Stationerg.
THE OLD BOOK STAND
8. 8. BHRYOCEC,
flambeau removed to the new lmildium opposite the POST
Oesm, where a full assortment of
SCHOOL AND MISCELLANEOUS BOORS,
STATIONERY, PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS, ETC.,
Can be had at exceedingly Low Prices.
WALL PAPER and WINDOW - SHADES, a large
sod Zew stock.
rAtkrehUdes Celebrated Gold Pena, folly warranted.
' , Orders token for goods, which will be Expressed In the
owns possible time.
belterr York and Philadelphia Papers received (Lily,
for which weekly subscriptions will be taken.
Plat Class Novels, Idagevinaie and Periodicals received
as soon es-published.
:Vre ten Nil Photograph Albums cheaper than they can
be bed elsewhere.
Music sent free of portage to any part of the county.
Plat Frames, Worsteds and Fancy Goods constantly on
Our artaugements are etch t h at r:e can supply any or
daia and with, dispateb.
lie. J. X. Sumo:ca., is now located in New York, which
cables us to undertake the most con,plex corom,l4Sioni.
Old Boots of particular editions, date,,pr rt y le , h u m,'
4sp afs removable conunhodeu) • (norij
MAN OF A THOtSAND.--A CON
r•MtPrivr, CUISED.--08. /1. JAMES, a Retired
Yrsysician of great eminence, discovered, while in the
Indies, a certain cure for Consumption, &Mum, Bronchi
t*Vottgits, Colds sad General Debility. The remedy
wee dlibovered by him when his only dal, n - deughter,
, wiaggiving up to die. Ills child was ear.* and is now
-*nee and welt. Destroutiof benefiting his fellow mortals,
Send to those who wish it the recipe; coulomb
'MP directions for making and successfully wing, this
remedy, Tree on receipt of their names with two stamps to
Pk/ Salieutes. 'There is not a single Case of Ceestuateimi
'audit doctrnot at woe takehold of and dissipate fright
shears,' pe eviiinjefl, irritation of the nerves, failure of
'atwitter, dillicultexpecirmation, sharp pales In the lunge,
sore-throat: chillyserstatiens, nauseaat the stomach, inac
tion a the boom% vtirtingisway of the nrascles.
Th . . i it e rFiji please state the name of the paper
'4,7 oen tbgidveriameat In. Address.
,- am ,
, 46 siarth ad St., PAllielelphis,
GELW/CKS 4 . • B:URKHA.IIT
WHOLESALE 41.1M - lIVerAII,DEALERS, •
Fine Baking Molasses,
- * 14 F 0
,41. 11 eza,
aovronnuna COFFEE from 23 °cgs per pound aP
to the Bust,
- ‘ `'Boin ley,
Pepper Sauce, '
a NIL and complete stock of fresh, pure
ROME GROUND SPICES.
A large ussortneut
LAMPS, GLOBES, SHADES 'AND,WICES,
bought direct s%'int the nmhntitaturec . , l and will bc'effered
for ion money than any other holm in torn
Also keep emodanVy on hand trio
soe+t quality of
pure white, free fpm finell otemoke.
Att amortment of
Queensware, Tumblnn, Bruothes, Becrom.q, Baskets
Rack.ls. WWI-beards, ii.c.,Ate
‘TINO ANII SPERM OIL
for grra,lng machinery and leather,
FIVE THOUSAND ARTICLES
all of whieit will be offered very /ol
U'. ty, Provision, Queemmare
grueral varioty bwitam,
, we carry on the Inannfoettuing of all kind of
whi,.h we pledge onrsetve, to
than any hoagie in Philndelpt4
and deliver the .stne to country merchants
in better order, less breakage and at lent cost.
N.B.—Cods 31Ent'Hian'rs and pernoniwiehing to
buy at WISOLF.S•kLY. :ook v. yd.: interest, and call at this
establishmeat before buying etvrltere.
Janitl 6EL' , FICBS & ISIIRSIIART
FRIIITS., SPEC,ES. dc a.,
Oranges and Lvlsoas, Onions,
Bunch Bashes Preserved binge;
Layer Ratei_es, V9n - erepple Pmervea,
Prunes Paper shelled Almonde.
Currants, Hurd Shelled do
Turkey Piga, Pecar. Nuts,
Malaga Fir, • Cocoa Nuts,
Fruit, Eaglish Wainr.tr.
Split Peas, Wu;nuts,
Walnut Catsup She;ibarks,
Tomato do • Water Crackers,
blushroOlkt do *Sager do
Piaeapple Chees , , Matches, •
Sap Sago tit. ' Stove Polish, '-
English , do Smoke Pipes,
Sn - ms dt - MaAet Basket.,
Limburger do • 'Buckets,
Baker's Chocolate. Broms,
Worchestershire 5.... out, Roetrae Coffee,
Pepper, Clot. eta, Candies,
Cinnamon, A , ,p!ce gnand Load Pencilf ,
expreasly for featly - ttt, Cmollo Soap, • a
Beans, l'htkieo, T4i.t do
Chow Chou , r: , ... sh., noAn do
Cauliflower do ' futPgo,
Mixed do Starch,
Mace, Ginger, Wrapping Twine,
Nutmegs, Stone Ware.
Mocarcuo. Pint-Jeri - Lug Tumblers,
Vermicelli, &rubbing Brushes, o
Nonpareil Cuptee, Su eephag, do
Leutels, Shoe, , do
French Mustard, Sire Blacking,
ColemstU's Myatt-rd. Silver Sand,
Durham do Both Brick,
Sated Oil, • Tripoli,
for sale at SHAPER & STUARTS,
OncQueen Street, East of the Methodist Church.
GROCERIES WHOLESALE AND RE
TAIL.—SHAFER 4 ~ T 1.1.4RT, on Queen Street
East of the hithodizt Chords. would respectfully call the
attention of the citizens of C minbensburg and vicinity to
the varied and eveudve ae4ortment of GROCERIES,
PRESII FRUIT. QUEENWARE, CEDARWARE,
and a general -sock o:liliecethineate Articles which they
are now ofleriog, and cuistari!y reecking from NeW York,
Philadelphia aca Beltoi ore, tr. Store Room, on Queen
Street, East of the 'Methodist Church.
It is their intention In keep du assortment arthe de
mands of the n snuoity requir , . They have the hest
facilties for the purchase of gisals, on the most advanta
geous terms, and having their own oars on the Road, nod
one of the Jinn being almost eonstantly instlte city, affords
them every talvan'age in purchasicg goods in the shortest
time, and at less expense than :shat which enables them
to sell very lel far cash '
SUGARS. COFFEES _AND TEAS of all gradee, from
the higheet to ti e Ink, by toe inurel, Sank or pound.
SYRUP AND MfiLASSEs, by the Hogshead, Barrel
Or retail for focally nee. Hume, Coarse and
Fine Snit, and Caen,.
We would cot attentina - ut country dealers and
others. wishing to phreituse at wholesale psi fns, as we are
prepared to dell inter . ) thing in the Grocery line as cheap us
can be paroles...el in tile Eastern cities
The highest priest paid In mud, for criuntry produce or
tah se , iu egeh.,,,ge for goods. SHAFER r.,7 STUART.
MARKET HOUSE.---The undersigned
respectfully ialorm their numerous customers and
the public genemily that :lire ~as r rempeued their Gro
cery Store it, the room fornterfy oerupied by the Hook and
Ladder Curapuoy, it the Market House, and take this
method of returning their thanks for the liberal patronage
heretofore extruded to them, 'their stock is complete
every variety of FAMILIC consbding of
Ham, Syrups Salt, Maekerel, Sugars, Teas, To
boort" Brushes, Bromos, Buekets, Cords, TA toes, Glass
ware, QUE,II3MVI.II. and es erylidtur itermotbre kept ut their
former place ur hustno.s. They will idwaye keep a suffi
cient stock on hand to be enabled to meet the demands of
the community. COUNTRY PitelDttl,E taken in ex
change for goods tit rash market priers. Don't forget the
place, (Market Booted 'twee doom from the corner, on
Queen Street [ung3l] ;ICBM & LEMASTEIt.
QPRECHER'S GROCERY STORE.
k.. 7 The endemigniel 1/}tA the Inrgeet stock of FARILY
GROCERIES In toe. n, %;W1.1111.. nITPro tho public at the
loweit CASH PRICES. It ht not net iron- to enumerate,
at hie stock to taro and compete.
Highest priest latid tor COUN'I ft Y PRODUCE in
erebange for g,..13E. futigttl I ' CYRUS SPRECRER.
T. HOLLOWAY, WHOLESALE C
GROCER .4.,V1) comumwros MERCHANT,
505 MAIUM (SiortL side, above Fifth street,)
Philadelphia. . aug24-ly
NIRESH FISH AND OYSTERS RE-
A.' - calved every week at SHAFER- & STUART'S,
on Queen ner.lo, Emit of th. Cburth.
FAMILY LOU it; HtliklC r7 HEX'FAND
Corn Ly /Is. barrel or moll quautitito, for sale
at SHAFER a: sTuLAVT., QL,ner..t.t.
AMMONIATED PACIFIC GUAiiO.-
A real guano, containing from seventy to eighty-per
cent of PIIOSPHATE OF I.IIIE. to which bas been
added, by a chennul pr0c... , .a large per ventage a
actual Ammonia, to fixed that It eta ,t evaporate, rank
ing It equal, If not superior to any other fertilizer.
Pamphlets with rapiee of Analyses Icy Dr. Jackson,
Mass. State Annoyer, nod Dr. 1.1.41,ip, mdtimare, an d
testimonial. Petentitle Agrieulturhe e . ther.log Ito
value. Cll3 be al.galned fro -
.1. 0. RAKER. & Co,
IVo.il Zifw York
truu-oh 2-1 -
T Fi T SEIRER HAS OPENED A CHAIR
'1~• and EtI.NET WAIM 1:116M in the basement
'of the M. E. (1.,,re;,, where he as new ie.( bend all kin&
ofeab l inent Warn ,ss Rolst+lttle. llnsema, Tables,
clabarStanda, and Nu:tweet su it s 14 OAK and :wAL
r(ol . ..CorrAGE vuuNturßE, Whehee 'Rands, &e...
AR-D W A R
HUBER & TOLBERT
nearly opposite their old place of business,
with an extensive stook of hardware; &c.,
at wholesale w
everything in their tine
Call and examine our stock.
COACH AND SADDLE-RY
The subscriber respectfully Worms his friends and the
public, that he continues to carry on the above hueiners,
at his old stand, on Main Street, opposite the Genoa* Re
formed Church, - pELAMBERSBURG, PA.
Having enlarged his business, Saddlers and Coach
makers will find in his Store Room a general assortment
of goods'suitett to their several requirements, such as
Fuir and Country Hopkins,
Saddle Trees and °tithing.
Gig Trees, Full Plated. Tinned and Japanned; Goat
Stunning Web and Worsted Rain
Web. lower than Cotton
.- • .
Names, Bits and Stirrups, Plated. Tinned and Japanned
Coach Handles, new stylm; Curtain Frames; Httb Baids;
Bridle Fronts; Roseates, Swivels and Ornaments; Iron
Phited and Wood Gig Homes.
-BUCKLES—BRASS, SILVER AND JAPANNED,
all Styles and Patterns; Ivory and Wooden Martingale
Rings. Stump Joints, and a variety of utitergoods suitable
for the trade.
ALL KINDS OF PLATING, 6m., done with neatness
and despatch. [decl4l LEWIS WAMPLER.
BRAND & FLACK -
Had a few gm!s under the pavement, which were not
hnrned. Such as Loaf., Hinges, Screws and other Hard
ware. Besides, they Lave fast received from New York
and Philadelphia a very large lot of goods, purchased much
cheaper than they are generally old. They having been
burned out, therefore we offer Iron, NallA, Hocks, Hinges,
Screws, Bolts, Oils, Glass, Paint, dte., at the lowest figure.
- TO BLACKSMITHS AN/1 FARMERS!
We have on hand about 10 Tons Inn of different kinds,
which we will sell less than it can be 'bought in the city.
Also we base 100 kegs of Nails and Spik , e, we offer at
from 6 to 10 dollars per keg.
Knives and Forks, Scissors, Razors, Pocket Knives,:
Spoons, &à., just received from Nets York which we offer
vetrf low. sepCB
CKRRIA GE MAKE-RS' GOODS
at BkAND Sc. FLACK'S.
SHOVELS, - FORKS AND SPADES AT
25 cents each and many other articles which am in
the foe, which can be made as good as new
at BRAND & FLACK'S.
CCEDARWARE.--Call at the Store in
the Alley. BRAND 4, - . FLACK.
I M P O.R T N T
It is well known to the medical profesdon that IRON
the vital irsineiploor Life Element of the Thai
is derived chiefly from the food we eat; brit If the flied is
not properly digested, or if, from any cause whatever, the
necessary quantity of iron is nottakenintothe circulation,
or becomes reduced, the whole system suffers. The bad
blood will irritute the heart, will clog up the lungs, will
stupefy the brain, will obstruct the liver, and will send
its disease producing elements to all parts of the system,
and every one will suffer in whatever organ may be pre•
dbposed to disease. The great value of
IRON AS A MEDICINE
f• well know u and ackno7lodeed by all medical men.
The difficulty Lae been to obtain such prepatutiou of It no
rill enter the circulation and u.sintulate at once with the
blood. This paint, says Dr. Hayes, Massachusetts Stale
Chemist, ha., been attained in the Peruvian Syritp, by
combination in a way before unknown.
THE PERUVIAN SYRUP
Is a PROTECTED solution of the PROXIDE OF IRON,
A :NEW DISCOVERY ,IN MEDICINE that strikes at
the Root of Disease by supplying the blood with is Vital
Principles or Life Element—lron.
THE PERUVIAN SYRUP
Cores Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint, Dropsy, Fever and
Ague, Loss of Energy, Low Spirits:`,
THE PERUVIAN S i Y__RU-P
blows strength, vigor, and new life into the system and
builds up an "Iron Constitution.
-THE PERUVIAN SYRUP
Cores Nervosa Affections, Female Complaints sad all
diseases of the Kidneystuld Bladder.
THE PERUVIAN SYRUP
Is a SPECIFIC for all diseases originating in a BAD .
STATE OF THE 81.,001 - s, or accompanied by Deinli
ty or a Low State of the System.
Pamphlets containing certificates of cures and recom
thendations from some of the moat eminent Physicians,
Clergymen and others, will be sent FREE to anyaddrens
JOHN E. WILLIAMS. Esq.,
President of the Metropolitan Bank, N. Y.
Rev. ABEL STEVENS, '
Late Editor Christian Advocate & Journal.
Rev. P. CHURCH; •
Editor New York Chronicle.
Rev. John Pierpont, Lewis Johnson, M. D.,
Rev. Warren Burton, Roswell Kinney, M. D.,
Rev. Arthur B. Fuller, S. K. Kendall, M. D.,
Rev. Gordon Robbins, W. R. Chisholm. M. D.,
Rev. Sylv anus Cobb, - Francis Dana, M. 1).,
Rev. T. Starr King, Jeremiah Stone; M. D.,
Rev. Ephrata' Note, Jr., Jose Antonio Sanchex. M.D.
Rev. Joseph 11. Clinch,. A. A - . Hays, M. D., .
. Rev. Henry Upham, Abraham Wendell, H. D.,
Rev. P. C. Headley, J. R. Chilton, M. D.,
Rev. John W., Olmstead, H. E. Kinney, M. D.
Prepared by N. L. CLARK & CO., exclusively for J.
DINSMNRE, 491 Broadway, New York.
Sold by all Druggibta.
REDDING'S . RUSSIA SALVE
FORTY YEARS' EXPERIENCE
has fullf'established the superiority of -
REDDING'S RUSSIA SALVE
Over ail other healing preparations.
It cures all kinds of Sores, Cuts, Scalds, Burns, Bolls,
titers, Salt Rheam, Erysipelas, Sties, Piles, Corns, Sore
Lips, Sore Eyes, die.; removing the pain at once, and re
ducing the most angry-looking Swelling a. and In larruna
firms as VW magic.
ONLY 25 CENTS A BOX.
FOE SALE EY -
P. DrNSMORE, No. 481 Broadway, New York.
S. W. FOWLS 'ar. CO., No. 48 Tremont street, Boston.
and by all Druggists. tilyl34row-ly
FRENCH BURR MILL STONES.-
illanvfactory Liberev Stmt. near the Conon Farfory,
The untlernigned announcer to the trade that lie matte
yes to manufacture and import direct front the most
butted qaarries in France, the best qualities of
' FRENCH BURR DULL STONES,
which he offers at reasonable lutes, and guarantees satis
faction to the purchaser. Alto—Every number In u•e of
OLD AUKEIt BRAND BOLTING CLOTH.
Orden by mail promptly attended to, and goode for
warded by railroad, canal or etpress, IC desired.
no w .m.3m) No. 10 West State Street Harrisburg, Pu.
[Chnmb'g Repository publish 3m and send bill tollds,
°tee , wradiately for eollection.—llarrisburg Tergrapti
rpo DYSPEPTICSI.--Having been e
a. ted for a number of years with Dyspepsia, I was
advised to try DR. WISHART'S MEDICINE for that
disease. I M.rived great benefit and recommended it to
quite a number of my friends and who were also much
benefitted by it, and whom tmtimonlals oan be had if Etc.
essary. I hove been appointed Dir:Wishart an Agent
for tbe gale Obis 'Medicine, wholesahm eetail.
W. G. REED,
Repository office, Charnbensburg Pa.
1103 PRINTING in every sty done at
the oiSne of iNe PRANIIION
4ranktin . AtPoSittlq 4411Mbit ' fib* Va . .
Rav'e opened their gore
On 'biotin otrePt,
consisting in part of ' '
Cedar Wane, •
, Pocket Knives, &o.
Special attention is called
as they are
prepared to farnlsh to any quaut4ty,
IRON IN THE BLOOD
' W. IL KEPNER,
COFFEES, TEAS, SUGARS—Just re,
eeived. at E. D. REID'S..
M CE ME AT .—A fresh supply at
laS AND BEEF.—A kite lot of
I_l fresh_craed city Hauls and Dried Beef, at
ORANGES, LEMONS, RAISINS, CUR
mots, Citron, Dried Applps, briett Cherries,at -
. 1 Shore Mackeral, Dried
Halibut, Dried. Cod, Blind, &a., at
BIICKATELEAT,UD EtOMLNY.--Jost ,
received' a lot of New Jersey - -fiesiurrotul Buck.
wheat Meal; pure white Hominy-, Soup Beans, &c:, at
O.—Wetherfield and Country
Onions, a large ' , apply, at 1 REID'S. •
VEROSINE OIL Alkii) LAMPS.-Sl}-
11 jieroeirie Oil, Chamber and Parlor Lamps,
Shades, Lantetar, &c., at • , ' REID'S..
Kim of 'Crain'.
p ENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD
WINTER TIME TABLE. FIVE TRINS DAILY
to and from • Pliladelphia and Pittsburg. On and after
Monday, °ebbs; 31st, 1864, the Passenger Trains of the
Pennsylvania Railroa i Company will depart from Harris.
burg and arrive at Pt iladelphia and Pittsburg as Mows:
THROUGH EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Harrisburg dai
ly as 2A5 A. H., and arrives at West Philadelphia at 6.55
FAST LEIB leaves Harrisburg daily (except Monday)
at 8.00 A. In., and arrives at West Philadelphia at MAO
P. M. Pusteitgen: take breakfast at Lancaster. -
MAIL TRAIN leaves Harrisburg daily (except-Sun
day) at 1.30 P. M., and arrives at West Philadelphia at 5.-
35 P. M.
PITTSBURG AND ERIB.EXPHESS ],ices Harris
burg daily (except Sundays) at H. 55 I'. and arriveit at
West-Philadelphia at 4.'20 A. If.
. HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, leaves
Harrisburg daily (except Sunday) it 4,00 P. 5., and ar
rives at West Philadelphia at 9.30 PAL , Thh, train ha , :no
connection from the West.
- COLUMBIA ACCOMMODATIONTRAIN leaves Hpr
riaburg daily (except Sunday) at 7 A. 5., andarrives at
Lancaster at 9.15 A. M.: connecting (except on Monday)
with the Fast Line east.
PITTSBURG AND ERIE EXPRESS le - aces Harris
burg daily (except Bandar) at p 135 A. M., Anemia 6 7 50,
A. st., take breakfast, and 'write at Pittsburg at EL 4orm.
BALTIMORE EXI'RESS - TEALS leases Rarriellitris
daily (except )fondly) at 2.9.5 A. st.: Altoona t. 15 A
take breakfast, and arrives at Pittsburg ut lAO P. M. -
THROUGH EXPRESS leaves. HarriibnErg daily at: 0.-
25 A. M., Altoona at 8.15. a. at., take breakfast and arriVis
at Pithdiurg at . 2.40 P. H.
FAST LIXE leaver liamsburg daily (except Sunday)
at 4.00 P. at.t Albuna at 9.10 rat.. lake 4apper, and.ar•
riven at PittAinug tit 2.00 A. M. i
MAIL TRAIN leavei Runisburg ,41ally (expert-Som.
day) at 1.40 0. st.: Altoona at 7.55, P. 3L, rake sapper, aod
arrives at Pitt ihrg. at 1.30 0. M.
MOUNT JOY ACCOMMODATION west. leaves.Lan•
caster at 11.01 connecting there with The MailAvest;
leaves Mount Joy at ILSI. A. :a., and anives al garrilharg
at 1.00 P. H.
THE HARRISBUEiI ACCOMMODATION TRAIN
from Pittsburg, - which arrives at Harrisburg at 6230 P. a,
amts there, pa,sengers for East of Harrisburg lay overun
di 11.55'1'. - SAMUEL D. YOUNG, -
nova Sup't 3113.11 e Div. ?emu. IL R.
NORTHER' CENTRAL RAILWAY
KILL TIME TABLE.—FoIa• .Traine Daily to
and from Baltimore and-Vashington.
Connections made with trains on Pennsylvania RaltrivAl,
to and from Pittsburg and the Wed.
FOUR TRAINS DAILY - to and from the North and
Westßraneh Su.. - pelmuna, Elmira and all 'of Northern.
Sin and after Monday. Oa. 17th, lhal, the Passenger
Trains of the Northern Central liailwaywUl arrive at and
depart from Harrisburg and Baltimore as follows :
. . .
MA-"1T TRALN leaves Sunbury- daily (except
- 1 Sunder) 10. Z a-M
-" leaves Ifarrisbarg - la) Pal.
" • arrives at Baltimore .5:40 rat
EXPRESS TRALN leas-es Sunbury dally:(ex., -
cept Sunday) - 11:45 Pat.
leaves If arrisburg (except
Monday) 2:50 A.m.
=Wee at Baltimore - 7A/O Aar.
HARRISBURG ACCONICBODATION leaves
Barrisbarg 7:00 A.M.
BUNBURPACCOMMODATION leaves Sun-
bury daily' (ex. Sanday):.. 7:30 A.M.
PHILADELPHIA EXPRESS TRAIN leavies
Sunbury (ex. Sunday) 9:05 P.M.
MAIL TRAD leaves Baltimbre day (except
Sunday) 9:H) A.M.
leaves Harrisburg 1:35 P.M.
arrives nt 8u a bury- ___ 4.25
.mxpir.ESAl TRAIN isgsycs iialtimore 14:.50
- arrives at Harrisburg.. :..... 1:50 £M.
leaves Harrisburg daily (ex—
" arrives at Sunbury 5.:i3
ERIE EXPRESS THAD: leaves Baltimore
tially . (except Suatlaysl at.. 7:31 1 P.M.
leaves Harrisburg daily (ex
cept Sundays) at HIM A.M.
arrives at Sunbury at. ' ':MI .s..st.
HARRLSBCRfI ACCOXMODATION leaves
Baltimore dally(or.. Monday 3:00 PO,
anima at Harrisburg at. 7:30 r.s
SUNBURY ACCOMMODATION leaves War-
Sunday). 4:00 P.M.
The Erie Express and Philadelphia Express are through
trains to and from Erie and all intermediate potato. Mail
and Express trains run through to Elmira.
For farther Information apply at the OiEee, in Peurtyl
rania Railroad Depot.
0e6'6.1 J. N. DuBARRY. Gett.'Sopt
PHILADELPHIA - AND ERIE RAIL
.ROAD.—This great line' traverses the Northern and
Northwest count es of renniylvania to the city otErie, on
It has been leased by the Pennsylvania railroad Com
pany, and is operated by thetn.
Its entire length war opened for passenger and freight
business, October 17th, 1864.
TIME OF PASSENGER TEAMS AT HARREWBURO
.__-- - - • •
I LEAVE EASTWARD.- ,
Mail Train . 11:45 P. M.
Lock Haven Accommodation'
TTilliammport Accommodatkr: 1:30 P. x.
LEAVF. WESTWARD. '
Lock Raven Accommodation....
Panenger Can run throug h on Mail Train, without
change both ways between PhiladelidLia and Erie, and
Baltimore and Erie.
. Elegant Sleeping Cans on Elmira Express Trains both
ways between Williamsport and Baltimore.
For information respecting Passenger business apply at
Comer 30th and Market Streets, Philadelphia.
And ft;r Freight business of the Company's Agents
S. B. KINGsTos, Jr., Cor. 13th and Market Sta., Phila.
J. W. REYNOLDS, Erie.
J. M. Ifiut.r., Agent N. C. R. R., Baltimore, Md..
H. H. HOUSTON,
,CFreiglit Agent, Philadelphia.
H. W. OMNI:ER,
Gen. Ticket Agent, Philadelphia.
JOS. 1). POTTS,
5ja14,65 Gent bianager, Williamsport.
CUMBERLAND VALLEY' 4!4- FRANK . -
LIN RAILROADS.—CHANGE — OF HOURS.—
On and after Monday, October 31,1K4, passenger Trains
will ran daily, as follows, Sundays excepted):
FOR CHAMBERNBUItO AlkiD HARRISBURG:
Lease Hagerrtown 7:00 2:45
" Greencastle - • 7:37 3:35
Arrive at ... ..... 8:17 4:20
Leave nt , 8_,30 12:55
Leave Shilipeitsburg ' 9:00 1:28
Nawri Ile i n:32' 2:0:1
Carlisle 0:301 10:10 ,2:46
" Mechnuicstairg 7:00! 10.12 3:16
Arrive at !Harrisburg' , 7:30 , 11:15 3:45
FOR C - IA3IBEII24.BURG , AND ILADERSTOWN
.s..M, P.M. ; P.N.
Leave Harrisburg 8:05 1.40 4:15
11.144.!lusniesburg- 8:47 2:99 4:50
" Carlisle '•2T 251 3:15
" - Xesmille , 10:02 3.34
" Sliipperuthurg 10:irl 4:04
Arrive at , Clininborslmrg 11830 4:35
Leave (.11 ,n tsen,burg 11:10 4:43
" ID castle ' 11:55 5:33:-
Arrive at 'Hagertown . 12:35 0:15
Makinsi close conn, , ,Ctions at Harrh+bura- with trains for
Philatlelpfsin,, New Tod - . and l'itthurg, and with..tralas
for all points West.
The Tritin leaving Ilarriib . tirg at 4.15 5. IL rung ooly as
far as elllikit". 0., N. LULL, Supt.
li. It riffle.", Chantlfg, Oct. 31, 1864.
C UG 11 N'o MOR E!
CO -G H B S !
- Dr. Strickland's Mellitluoas Coma Baltsnut is warranted
to satro Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Asthma, 'Whooping
Cough, Sore Threat, Consumptihn. and all atte,ctionsot the
Throat and Lunge.
For Isle by C. tr. tresalsr, Clutinhorshurg:, General
Depot, NO. 6 Nag Fourth Street, Cincinnati, (thin.
TA I A _R It
All . lllO medical men and the Prep rim') rntnend
DR. STRICKLAND'S AN TI-CHOIJERA ,MEXTIIRE
as the only ;certain nnnetly for Dautrlawa and Dysentery.
It is a eambination of Astringent", Aletorbents, Stinno
lents and Carminative".' and h. warrenred to effect a eure
after all other mepus hat 0 foiled.
For sale by C. H. Cressicr, Champertbmg. General
Depot, No. t East Fourth Strtet. Cincinnati, Ohio.
T R I C.K L A - N p's
IJ PILE RE M E.D'Y
Dr. Strickland's Pile Remedy has mired thousands o
the worst cases of Blind. and Bleeding, Piles. It gives lm
mediate relief and effects a permanent cure. Try it di
wetly. It is tramtrited to cure;
For ante by C. H. Cressler, Cburnbernbilrg. Geueril
Depot,Mast Fourth Street, Quell:owl, Ohio. nov:10-1y
DYSPEPSIA,NERVOUSNESS A N D
DR. STRICKLAND'S TONIC.
We can recommend those suffering with loss of Appe•
tite, Indigestion, or Dyspepsia, Nerrousness and Nervous
Debility, to use Striekiand'sTonie. Dis a vegetable pre
paratiOn, free from alenholic liquors ; It strengthens the
whole hervotis system , It creates a good appetite, and Is
warranted to cure Dyspepsia, and Nervoni Debility.
For age by Druggists getandly, at $1 per bottle. Pre
paredbyols. A. fitneklatal, 6 East Pourtb Striae; clads).
nnti, Min. (I. H. ereeelen-Ageet. ChambenttauT, Pa.
NEW DRUG -STORE,
one doer neat
WELL SELECTED STO
and all the beet
West poljorl3 . rmen't Hotel.
Seed aNneing- Brutal& and eSlablistunenti of the
Society of "United Winkle," dining the past summer,
end noticed the posit:jar ears giveiito selecting and pack
ing seeds, I feel 4 4'0:anted gichittheit seeds the pref
erence both far use and sale. A fall Stock of fresh 'Seeds
just opened. J. S. NIXON. -
ning. shalt, Drumhead, Savoy and Flat Dutch Cab
bage seeds ,• Tomato, Egg Plant and the mmal - varlatv of
garden wolf. Just opened at
TTERBS.--Shakq Herbs just received
11 from headquartem These herbs cannot be excel
led in any repent! . NIXON'S
MIXON'S TETTER OINTMENT I S
.4.1 the best thing In ulut for Skin disease&
ALL PATENT MEDICINES USITAL
ly kept for Sale can be had at NIXON'S. .
RESH MEDICINES ALWAYS ON
band at Haws
NT -LEON'S CATTLE PO NiTDE,R
lr ehotild be rued by every Farmer.
R E M 0_ x A ; L.
bag imen removal
OLIN STA.ND, -
- 4 in I.ltickant's New TnMing, 1'
. , next - door
Miltv.. - r, Hamilton &pes Tin.:Ware Stoia.
M 3.1 A. K.
2.30 A. 41
1:45 F•. m.
DG.S! D R U G S !!
C. H. CRESSLER, successor to HEISER &DREES.
LER, has openbd in his new room, on Second street, oppu
site the Post °dice, where every effort will be made to
sustain the popularity the old establishment had acquired
A continuation of the liberal patronage which the firm re
csivedtorespectfnlly solicited, A &dr' stock !of Drags,
Chemicals, and Patent3ledk,ines is now 'Offered. Also a
desirable assortment of .
Perfumery*, - .
. Soaps, •
1, Pocket B,xks, ' • ,
t, Bair Brushes,
Cloth Brushes, ' ,
Tooth Bmelb, '
. , Cosmetics,,
and Fancy Articles in great variety.
KEROSENE LAMPS.—Every deseriptioa of Hand
Lampi, Stand Lamps, Flanging Lamps and Side Lampe
suitable for Xiteben,ne, Parlor nee, Store use; and OlSee
VIJE BEST COAL OIL THEMAIMET
Family Dyes of all Colors. Everything. in a Druggists
Lr'Prenriptios receive *O6ll attention, and are
compounded with cam mid kill. CH. CRESSLER,
•S‘wend Street, opposite the Poet Office.
AA LECTURE-TO YOUNG MEN.-
Jest Published in a sealed Fzivelope: Price Six
A Lecture on the Nature, Treatment and Bat - Heal Cure
of Spermatorrhaa or Seminal Weakness, Involuntary
Emissions, Bernal Debility, and Impediments to Marriage
generally. Nervousness. Consumption, Epilepsy,, and
Etta; Mental and Physical Incapacity, resulting *ma Self.
Abase, ace, By Rou'i J. CULVERIVELL, 11. D., Author
of the " Green Book," &e.
The world renowned author, in this admirable Lecture,
clearly proves front his own erperienee that the awful eon
sequenee of Self•Abusemay beeffectually removed with
out medicine, and without dangerous surgical operation,
bungles, instruments, rings, or cordial, poloting,out amode
of cure at once certain and effectual, by which every suf
ferer, nomutter what his condition may be, znitycure him
self cheaply privately, audradically. THIS LECTURE
WILLPROVE A BOON TO THOUSANDS AND
Sent under seal, to niiy addresk, in a plain, sealed en
veloe, on the receipt of six ems; or two posture stamps,
by addres.sing. ' CHAR. J. C. KLINE &,CO..
0e112.8m1 It 7 Bowery, New York, Post-Office Box, 4.7 E.
' ROPES & TWINES.
The undendyned baying purchreed the entire Stock and
rixturee of the Rope and Twine Manufactory of J.. p.
Grey, deed, respectfully announces to her friends. and
former patrons of the ettoblithutent, that she will continue
to carry on the linviness, its various brunches,. at
TUE OLD STAND,
on Franklin ' itreet, Chamberbing. where she will be pleas•
ed to-recolve - the calls and orders of the public: Allkiwte,
sizes, and qualtries of 1
ROPES, CORDAGE, TWINES,: g e ,c . ,
always kept on hand or made to order of the best material,
and fon:deed at reasonable priceN ' In connection with the
above business, she Is also prepared to manufacture
HAM, RUSK, AND OTHER
as well us Rase Blankets and .fly Nets. of superior goal
Ity and Style, Persons In Icent of soperbir arßetes In the
abode Ras are NT:tested to cillousendtbelr orden,
will be attended topromptly.
. MARY E GRAY.
MILE lUGIIEST - CASH - PRICE PAID
j. for Barley at the Breway of
*NM 11. WASHABAIIOII.
- A XERICAN.LIFE INSURANCE ANTI
TRtrwrco., Corner Fourth and winrod Streets,
Philadelphia. Incorporated 11350. - Clutter Pepettala
AptherMedEt4ital, E 506,603. PabFigp Capital, .$000;
Philadelphia, Pet-8,18E4. .
The Trainees have this day declared a Dtrideird of
PIPIT PER CENT, on an premiums received tapintlfu•
nat. Pumps daring the year ending December 31st,
1863, and in force at that date, the above amount to be
em itted to said Peneies, - mad have 'also ordered!ihe-8.1v14
.dendets,lBlB3 on Iblieleu tuned dining that year to. be,
pad sa the annual premiruns on said PolleleB we rei
Secretary and Treastrra—John S.
• C. 'Sling.
BOARD OF TRUSTEES,—Alexander ilidin c J.
Edgar Thom .. George Nugent, *Heft. Ja me-Pollock,
Albert C. Ro . • P. B. Mingle, Samuel Work William
T. Howard, H. Joseph Allison, Samuel T. Bodine, Jolla
&faun, s P. Heaslift, Isamallarielmna.
G-R • " Mambersburg , ,Pa., Is the authorised
Agent of the .. erican Life Insurance and Trust Com
pany, and is . e piepared tolansfah pamphlets or any
Information w • nted, and to take Insurances.
Dna J. C. • ictiailbs and W. ii. Bong, - Medical Ez
miners. . .
RHFEREN ES—Hon. A. E. /Velure, Bev. H. J.
colls, l J. S. Ni on, Cbamberstmrg, and WM. 3L 'Marshall,
Cashier of the . Hagrstown_ilentl. -
Persons dewing Information or 'Wishing insure will
please call on, or by addreesing The undersigned they will
be waited on in any part of the County or State,..
mafa W.G. REBA', Agent
18 2 9 CHARTER PigESlg.Fuc6;
PANT OF PHILADELPHIA. •
On January' 1864 - 82 433849 95
Ata....r.r KO SUME - R
INVESTED PREMIUMS — 7 - t1086%*3
pisErrum CLums, I . INCOME FOR 1864
*8,416. . $3,000,000.
LOSES PAID &SCE 1829 'r 84600,0E6
PERPETUAL , AND TEMPORARY POLICIES ON
' DIRECTORS: ,
Charles N. Banter, Isaac Lee,
Tobias Wagner, Edward C. Dale, 1
Samuel Grant, . Geo. Fates, I _ •
Jacob R. Smith, ' Alfred Filler,
• George . W. Richards, - Fras. IV. Lewis, M. D. ,
CHARLES N. BANCKER, YlT4dellt.
' EDWARD C. DALE, Vice'President. '
-4. t e. W. 3rA =sink, See'y pro. tem.
DAVID OAKS is the authorized Agent of the Cam
pan} in Churnberebarg, who will furnish all information
necessary to applicants. nue:34£
trNSURANCE COMPANY . OF NORTH
ii AMERICA. Incorporated 1794. _ Charter !Perpetual.
CAPITAL 5500,000. Oftice M 2 Walnut Street, Phila
delphia. The prompt payment of Claims for Losses during
the pe eled, of nearly seventy years that the Company has
been in existence, entitles them to the contidmice of the
public. Persons wishing to insure vein plea.se, call on or
address the undersigned. W. G. REED, Agent, Chant
bersburg, Pa. '
As Agent for Ns Company, I - am prepared to Cancel
all Perpetual as well as Term radicles covering property
destroyed, by the Rebels on the 30th of July, returning-the
full premium 'laid on application at my office.,.
IV, G. REED, Agent.
REFEEIENCES—J. D. Grier, J. Allison Eyster, Esq.,
MajOr J. C. Austin, Col. A. K. M'Clure. novW.
EIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
bare consented to insure a limited amount of property,
Real and Personal
, AGAINST LOSS
BY WAR OR INVASION.
Persons winldng to insure their property fintainst •
destruction by -
REBEL INVASION t -
should make early application to , -
CHARLES IL TAYLOR."'
Alee2l,lm National Bank, Chambersburg.
O UR AGENT.Mr. JOHN GizovE, of
Chncnbersbarg, is the General Agent a the Frank
lin Coantgdintmllna nrance cAnnpany. X[1(0
Itaps anb Stns.
HO! FOR THE HOLIDAYS
FURS! FURS!! FURS!!'
has now opened
5 targe aeeortment
LADIES AND CHILDREN'S MRS.
GENTS FITE. GLOVES AND
A large Stook of
SAT .OAPB •
oonatantlyq on hand
T ADIES, PANCr.PUBS! API` JOHN
YAIEEIRA'S.OId r.stoloPdied Far Sflundltetnry,
718 drat Street, abort 7th - : Pialaffelpkia,—rSave nutria
store of my own Importation and Nanufacture, one of the
LARGEST animist BEAUTIFUL selections Of FAEGY
FEIL 4 I, for LADIES' and CIifEDRER'S WEAR, in The
city. Also a the assortment of Gents FnS Gloves and-
As my Furs 'mere all purchased when - Gold - was at a
muchlower premium than at present,' I am enabled to as
pose of them at very reasonable prices, and 1 mould there
foreeAolicit a call from any Eden& of Franklin county and
. vi llagßemember the Name, Number and Street
718 Arch Street, above 7th, southside,
I have novartner, nor connection with any other store
COME TO THE MARKET ,HOUSE
HATS. CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES.-
W.W. PAXTON has just opened a Sae assortment of
HATS; CAPS, BOOTS and SHOES, at his new Store in
the Market House, where he can furnish all articles in his
line, - cieap for cads. Some Amods are sold at old prices.
A fine assortment of CANES, UMBRELLAS, CAR
PET BAGS, VALISES, &c., des., constantly on hand.
Call and examine our large stock of ,
sepOl n.• PAXTON.
I M PR T E S
WINES AND )F
so. I°s sount .NmTH.
&meat &smut mid Watnut Strata, Philadelphia
GEO, M. LAIXAN,
A. N. BALLADE,
J. D. BITTING,
- RIVESE, GARDEAT &CO.'S
SUPERIOR COGNAC MANDY,
VINTAGE OF 1838,
Each bottle sealed with green wax with the i initials of the
LAUMA.N, SALLADE &1
SUPERIOR OLD MADtIRAWINE
PINE SHERRY, CLARET ATHI
• ..LND AN Assorrnerr oi•
PINE BRANDS OF CHAMPAGNE.
= TERT FETE AND DELICATE
OLD PORT WISE,
Each bottle gealod with yellow wax with the initials otthe
LtiPORTED OT -
LA ITMAN, BALLADE &MI
No. 1% South Ninth Stowt, Plitad*kia.
RYE - WHISKEY,
OLD '0 itkAT 'WHISKEY,
poUST WHISKEY, '
WER 13. T ',S. W ISKEY.
TAITEY'S WHISKEY, ,
LAUMAN, BALLADE &HOD., '
N 0.129 South Ninth &rat, Pilitadttphia.
toady. „ . , .
UENSION, BOUNTY AND WAR
JL. CLAIM AGENCY.—Pensions omma for soldiers
of me meantime who are disabled by reason of wounds
received, or disease contracted. while In the remised the
United States i wad,P_opsitsis,- $lOO , Bounty and 'Amid'
of Pay (Malawd for widows ar heirs of thOso who have
died or been killed while in service. JOldhilt, ORR,
,roar9.ly Claim Agent, Onwahmsburg, Pa.
1:114,N..,,W1144515ER% DENTAL OF
'FM oirdooefidt-areett tota4square , Smith of the
Market Rouse, am Mitettell'a nos Stoma ARP
MMtr . ra 4 .2s.;ni/865.
ALTIMORE LOCK HOSPITAL:L-Ih.
Ajt JolDisTamrilmfbande.rof flalnCeelzresed Institu
tion,. offers themost artabkilieedy, - arid only -ethanol
remedy in the World tbr - Glaste, Structures, Seminal
:Weakness, Pak in the Ulm, Constittaband
impotence, Weakness of the Dack and Limbs; Areal=
VOUS Dritatality, Diseases ot thellead c - ThvA A k a
*skint and all these actions and melancholy disorders' aria-
tag &MOO thatactive habits , of Yietth, ntvek destroy
both body and mind. - These secret and alitary.practices
are more Mafto fttelevialinathrut the soar of Ifni=
to the • mariner:Wyman
, blighting their mat
hopa or anticinationr, readeling mtut,4t, &a, hiatkalble.
-Yontigithra especial ,;witti have hematerhavictimi af
Soli ice,tLatdread a and deststertivehabit - whhit aid
=AMY meets to en untimely grave theimandrof yeitng
men nt the most esaltedtalert and brilliant tatelleot, - erlto
might otherwise have entranced listening &nada with the
thundera of eloquence, or 'waked teecitnoy the Hiring lyre;
_may call - trith tallconfidence- .
Married persons, or young men . coutemPiamg Mantle,
being amaze of pirysleal treakimS,orgidaio Walley, de r•
mities, arc., should immediately consult Dr. Johnston., •
He who places himself under the are of Dr.-Johnston
may reliantly conBda in his honor as a gentians% - and
confidently rely upon his skill as a - Opinion. •
ORGANIC WEAMIESS 13,131EDIA.TELT CURED
AND FULL VIGORBESTOREk -
This disease is the penalty mostfrequittly lry those
who linva become the victims of improper ulgenoes.
Younirpersons are too apt to commit emmesee - from hot
being awareofthe,dra- consequences that may inane.
Now, who that understands the subject wMprotemi to deny
that ilte tower Of-Proeteation is lost sooner by-those falling
inteimproper habit than by tho prudent. Besidesbeing de.
priced of the pleasure of healthy offspring,' and tha most
serious and destructive sympathy - to mind and, bed:pease.
The-system becomes deranged, theV ep et ek d and mental
powers weakened, nervous debility, palpitation
of the heart, indigestion, a wastingo the frame,. cough,
symtoms of consumption.
Office No. 7, South Frederick Haa,.
siren doom from Bahlatore street; Fast Side, tap theiteiss
Be particular in observing the name and number, or yen
will mistake the place.
• • CURE WARRANTED ' TWO DAY&
- fib ifercarg or Araseourahlif&
DR. JOHNSTON, j Member of the Royal Coßegss St t
Ignrgenns London, graduate from one of the Most
Colleges of the United States, and the pieta=
whose life has been spent in the hospitals of
Paris, Philadelphia and elsewhere, hos effented et at
the-meet•tostoreushipg cures that w ere ever krWirn, t 4 1 1 4g
troubled, with ringing in the head and cam when aid
great terrOilsueso, being alarmed at sudden sgailtdr, l llnd
hashOshmas, with frequent biroshing, littiglded 1114.11111111
idei'diningement of mind, were eared laimMately.
A C'ERTAI-N DISEASE!
When-the misguided and imprudent votarrof pleasure
find lushes imbibed the seed of this painful disease, ittoo of
ten happens that an ill-timed same of shone, okiitessi of
covery, deters him from applying to three who - fromaduca
don and respectability can alone befriend Ilm, - delayingAill
the constitutionalsymptumsof thishorriddiseaseMaketheir
appearance, such es ulcerated Urn throat, dimmed tasta,
madame' pains In the heed -andlimbs, dimness - of sight,
deafness, nobs on theehin, bones andarma blotcherreathe
bead, face and.extramities, progressing with ,frightfed ra •
pidity, till at last the palate. of the mouth or the twigs of
the, nate fall in.amt the victim of this awful .disease be
comes a horrid object of maranissemtion, till death puts a
period testis dreadful Suffering* by. sending him to,'" that
bourne from whenceno traveller returns." Term* there-
fore, Dr..Tolunston pledges himself to preserve the meet
inviolable secrecy:: uld fumble extensive preetteeta the
fast Hospitals of Europe and America, be can confidently
recommend a safe and speedy cure to the urdartunatevio•
ten of tblaborrid disesse - .
It is a melancholy Mot that thousands fall victim; to
this horrid disease owing to the unskillfulness. ad ignerant
pretenders who by use of that dreadful poison, NesonrY,
ruin the - constitution, and either send the unforttteate to
an untimely grave, or make the residue of Bfe 'miserable.
T.M.E. PARTICULAR NOTICE!
Dr. J. addresses those whoitre injured themselves by
private and impro indulgences.
. These are some ofthe rad and melancholy effects pro.
duced by early habits of youth, 'vie :—Weakness of the
Back and Limbs, Pains in. the /dead, ,Dimness of Bled,
Loss of Muscular Power, Palpitation of the Berle, Dye
pepsin, _Nervous Derangernerd'of the Dips
'dye Functions, _Geneml Debility, Symptoms of Commasp•
Sou, &c. - -
him-ma; the fearful effects on the mindikre much to
be dreaded; loess of Memory , confusion of Idylls, 1:1•Ni.
son of Spirits, Evil Forebodings, Aversion to BOdity,
SeltDistrast, Love of Solitude, Timidity,. &a., are some
of the evil effects.
Thou:Sands of persons of a i ages can now lodge *bat
is the canoe of their dectusi' ng health. Nosingtheir or
becoming weak, pale, have singular appearance about the
eyea cough, and aymiptonts of Consumption._
Dr. JOIDOSTONIS INVIGORATING REMEDT
FOR ORGANIC WEAKNESS.
By this great and import at remedy,- Weakness albs
Orf=sidily eared, andfiill vigor restored. ,
of the most nervous and debilitated, relaro
' lad lost all hope, bare been immediately ndierred,, , All
impediments to Marriage, Physient or MentarDiscifullift•
cation, Nest innlctllsibillty:-Premilling, Wenknew arM , '
hansticm of the most tearful kind, speedily oared by Dr.
who have injured themselves by a certain lc:notice, indal•
ged in when alone—a habit frequently learned front evil
-companions, or at school, the effects are oightly.fflti. even
when asleep, and if not cured render mantagelomible,
• What a pity that a young man, the hopeof cis oolintry,
the darling of his parents , - should be snatched from all
prospects and e*ymentscif life, by llus.conysinance of
deviating from the path of nature, and indulging ins cer
tain secret habit Such persons, before conteinpliting
• 14- A 13,:1tr I A: G E
should reflect that *sound mlndend bodyare the - mostzte.
°eatery reqrdsitestopromote counttbialhe Mesa. 'lndeed,
without these, the journey tlminghlifb stitreary
pilgrimage, the prospect heady theirs= tot:tenni:ow i the
mind becomes shadoWed with despot,, mined With the
melancholy reflection, th at the happiness cifunnfinit be,
comti blighted with our own.
OFFICE - SO. 7 BOMB FREDERICK 'STREIT
DALTIMORE. - • •
TO STRANGERS.—The many thousands Cured 'this
Institution in Roiled fifteen years vsmd She ranittetath im
portant gurgled Operationsperformed by Dr.J.,..wituresed
by the reporters of the papers, and many . other pardons,
notices of which have appeared again and. again before
the public, is a sufficient guarantee to the afttloWd.
N. B. There're* so marry ignorant and worthless
advertising themselves as Physicians, rublin i ths='
of the already anklet Dr. Johnston deems t necessary
to gay to those unacquainted with his reputation, - that his
Diplomas hang in his office.
all" TAKE NOTlcp.—Allletters Must be poet paid, and
contain a postage stamp for the reply, or ne. anserer_ - will
'be sent. • [mar 14.1 y.
- Eiroine, &c.
"'II E S : T 'I 0
THAT CONCERN EVERY ONE TO ANSWEE.
Are you bokt
- Does yam balr fall off
'Doorit het 'harsh, and dry, and feverish! --
ittarrtag gray before its time I
Axe you troubled with itching, bruniag me:w4;,cs . !slf the
Aze ycra troubled with Dandruff
Are you troubled with what is - calledEld4tlanr Aalt
Biwa you had the Erysipelas, =Most your halt?
Have you bad the. Measles, and lost it t
Have you. had the Typhoid Fever, and loot It?
Have you bad the Brain Fever, and lost
Have you lost your hair by any &boost
Doyen whhluxtuitiut hair ?
Do you wish emit and lustrous hair? •
- Do you wish gray hair realms',
Do you with wish your whiskers glossy!
Do yon wish them restored in color
Do you want a, dttei;b:4 I .
Do you want it for ycraiself, for father armada', for
brother, sister, or tread t
Do you. pit to make a present'? •
_ Do you wants perfume for your toilet I
Do Yott want h harmless artlele t
Do you want a pure article ?
,Do you want a double dlsElled arlolet - :.‘
Doyoattantacleanningarticlel f t
Do yea want, the bestmerattarrout forttruishurd itisn
plating, protecting, restoring the color, and marine soft,
silky and Tristram the Haman Mir t
If so, we warrant
To be Uutouatled ' and Superior to way Prirratidas ever
Compewmied sad of era .to the pablic.
Satisfaction guaranteed, or =soy petundect
emstkbet IN for one Dottie,oralx.terBs,andie sold by
druggists and dealer! overwhelm. -
C. G. CLAFtg Sc co., Propriotota.
D. S BARNA)3 & Y geneortii Agent&
Eras, Van% artb
pYDER'S FRANKLIN COUNTY
NtESEßtEg.—Fnurr 'AND OiLNAIrMiAL Tuns,
GRAPE VLNE:3, STltAwßulty p1,4„.N14 - ETC,.—The largest
stock to select from in the county. Everything in the
FRUIT TREE and PLANT line that is at all desirable,
can be supplied from the commonest standard Fault Tree,
to the rarest and most choice native or foreign species or
variety of Fruit or Flower. 'OUr Standard 'Apple Trees
are emusuallygne, stout heavy Minks,. furnishetterith fine
branching heads, from three to five"feet from theurnmad,
as may be desired. Our aim is to grow-tbe best Or OM'
thing, pruning and cultivating upon ecienhiga zahalllass,
eonsequeredy, our productiOns ate TKO:offered in'aompeti
eoon with Trees grown upon iheektietaltilteeteilla Au
Invitation is extended to all who are interested in Ann cul
ture, to emne and see for thenneelvb. • •
A large stook of Oreenls NediVilante.
Roses, &c., in pots, wilt be ieady In April an Y. Es
close a three vent stomp for dela:At:dive Catalogie of Fruit
and Ornamental trees, &c.
Address _ L..TrYDNX
- West Franklin Nutlesierk
TN. FOMIATION FREE TO:NERVOUS
.i. stTERER&—A gentleman, cured at Negroes De.
bili tY , inemittlt . enoy: ltcoatture Decoy andToottird Hi
nor. acithitedlry a desire to benefit 0t.,.. , will bi happy
to fornisb.to ttll_who need it. (free Of 'ebarge)t the recipe
arid &retried, fat trantog the Ample remedy ard to his
ttotae. -.Sulttoicts aiahlog to pont by Abatady bad
eipcileccoe, and possess a gore and valuable _
do so by ikat i sccieg bjm at nacti at Vs of liochteas.
The Recipe and fa Information—of !Al illSti,ee—
tsitL be ehatifolly neat by retur n nonl. ' 'A ' •
JOHN ‘.B. Joort -
_ -- - - No. ON Koolau Street ,f. Y.
P:13.--Werrona Meterief both *its aMM Oda ta- --
roman& invaluable, -' tarcHlanas •
FOE THE HAM