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Nt°/7.1,0,,E- -TO :1"A - 11 1 MRILEti
• .100 1 rciiis-op TIMOTHY, ItAT
Wanted Firfira A. DMZ;
Wanted_ by GE°. Dart.
Wanted by Our. A. Dizaz.
100 LARGE EMERY. LOGS
Wanted biGso.A. DErtz.
:WHEAT, WE, CORN, OATS.
sod all Huh of rnidooe bought by Mo. A. DEERE, at
IdaNraiehonso above the Batted Depot.
STOVE AND LIME COAL'
for sale cheap, by the ton or half on:
OAK AND HICKORY WOOD
by the dad or hag cont.
OAR AND BICKOBY WOOD,
sawed and eplit far stave tiso,•by the corder half cord.
• WINDOW AND DOOR SILLS,
Oak, Walnut and Pine, always on band. ,
WINDOW AND Docenteism ATITFF,
and all kinds of LI:3MA such as Oak and Pine Flank;
Oak,Walaut, Pine andHeinlock Bonnie Flooring Beards,
Joists, Scantling, Shingles, Paling, Laths,
BEST OF ROOFING SLATE -
always OR /1194 and roars put on by the best Shams, who
-hays drawn medals for their superior workmanship.
• CALL AT DEXPZI3 WAB,EHOtrBE,
- above the Railroad Depot, and buy cheap. [dec2l
LEONARD EB RT
_ & SON,
COAL AND LUMBER MERCHANTS.
We have on hand al kinds of Coal and Lumber, and
are to furnish Bill Lumber to order at abort no
tice, 'at the most reasonable' tenor s Our stook of Lum
ber mates of
White Pine .2 Mob Plank,
0 0 1* " ,select Plank.
" " }3" Plank:- -_ -
Ail ell select and Calling Boards,
" •. " 4 " Siding (6 inch,) _
" Dsst River Shingly',
• ',,`• 'I. Worked Floring,
" "* -- Joist and Scantling, all sizes,
Hemlock Joist and Scantling,
~ " Boards; , • - -
Yellow Pinalimuds, Joist and Scantling,
Palling and Plastering Laths.
We have alb always on hand a good supply of all
kinds of Caillerillieres atidlime-burn. Also a_ supe
rior 'article of Broadtop Coal for blacksmiths. The pub-
Sb are Invited to gite ash eilll, as we will endeavor to
give satisfaction to all that .1.
Coal and Lumber far btbed on the cars to any station
on the Franklin Railroad:
larOfece on Second St.; in the rear of the Jail Yard,
Chamlierabetrg, Pa. LEO. EBERT k SON. •
.1 2 1 Y 277th .
Q,MAL-L, BENDER do
KJ York and Goldsborough, Pa.,
AND 1042.17FACTITRBRI3 OP
SASH, DOORS, SHUTTERS; ELMS,.
DOORAAD , IFINDOWIRRADIRS e 4c., -
Keep constantly on hand a well selected stock of seas
onable Lumber, viz:—Joist and Scantling, Weather tswd•
dmaletEkoratnir, Siding ; Lathe, Shlnglea, Palings end
ltue and Oak Ws, sawed to orderet She
shortest entice All communications should,be addressed
to ,TOEK.-PA. • 1caP28713,
§ , TEAIII- SAW MILL—The undeisign.
ad have erected and in operation a Steam Saw Mtn
at eflauth Mountain, near Graffetiburg Springs, and are
Mew tb order Bills, of WHITE OAK,' TINE:
. K or any kind of timber desired, at the short
est aotice_sad at low :rates. One of the firm will be at die
Hotel Elreeattivalt,' in Chambersbtug, oa Salta
day thiriMihinst. and on each alternate Satunlarythereaf
teriargliewarse of contracting for the dellvery'Of
BiDELIVERBD at any point at the Low.
Bert All letters should be addressed to them at
Grafeibtugp. O.; Adams Co .,
deell•tf• - MILTENIMIRGER & BRADT.
"111 7 4 LIIMBER.—The under
„litritinted ill prepared to saw
all kinds of Building Lam.
Der it BD
lowest market price. IL A. REYFRE37,
011311314C5ED MISS, Fayetteville P. 0. dee2B-Ean
ON G LOOKED FOR COME AT LAST,
Perfection'of Satin* diathints.
FLORENCE SEWING MACHINES.
Cannot" Ai seen at the residence of MRS. R. P. HfZE•
LET, South Main Street inonatiatem opposite .
Dr. A. a Seneorg's, Ch=berstntr,r,
whereaTl pent= interested la Sewing /declaims are invi
ted *oat aid examine this wonderful machine.
It ilia been the aide& of ra too, te,G
NiltratteZ" tXratisnane- essppry a mannaner rrQ fens,
the **Opus attached to other first Class marMnsst, and
after theissti, ent, untiring labor of years, and a libels' ex
pecan:serif capital in securing the Ent mechanical talent
their iitoili t liave been crowned' with success, and they are
twit alremnirto the public the most perfect Sewing-Machine
In **World. -Among its many advantages over all other
zrachinte;_may be meationed:•
Ist, It makesioirr different's:itches on one and the same
maiddne, eaClislach being perfect and alike on both sides
of therabric._ •
Ranifoldr: from one kind of stitch to another, at
welleethelengthofthestitch, can readily be done while
the machineis m motion.
3d. Every stitch is' perfect is itself, making the seam
seethe and unifotm, "combining elasticity, strength and
beauty. - -
4th. :-/t ins the revermi/e feed motion, which enables the
operetprio nukthe work to either the ri,ght or left, or stay
aapsz . ttf the seam," or fasten the ends of seares without
crania or stopping the re , r , "46ne.
6th' the most rapid eater in Mt -world, making fire
stitches toaach revolution,- and there is no other machine
which:Wilt dose large a range of - work as the FLORENCE.
6th. it.daikhe heaviest orfinest work with equal facility,
withredietidaor breaking of thread. •
7th. hems, fells, binds, gathers, braids, quilts, and
gathers add sewe one ruffle at the same time.
Bth. Da simpteity enables the most inexperienced to
operate it. Its moth= are all positive; tad there are no
fine springs to get out of ceder, and it is adapted to all kinds
of oloth.woric, from Wale to thin, and it is almost noise-.
9th Tbe FLORENCE 13MITG MACHINE is une
qualled in beauty and styie,'afilnaust be seen to be appre.
142 .. (#", MEL R. P. 111218t.VP, baying been appointed
i sed=yatfor the oak, of the ablivelilemng Machines In
aziontde the FLORENCE.
arAll Mardrines 'warranted for one year. [ang3l
Boots ant stationtrg.
11 HE OLD BOOK STAND
S. S. SIIYOCK -
Has been removed to the new building opposite the Peer
OFFICE, where a frill assortment of
• SCHOOL AND MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS,
_ - - ,
STATIONERY; PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS, ETC.,
Can be b at exceedingly Low Prices.
WALL PAPER and WINDOW &HADES, a large
and new stock:
Fairchild's Celebrated Gold Pens, fully warranted.
. Orden taken for goods, which will be Expressed is then
'hottest possible time.
The New York and PhiladelphhtPapets received daily,
' for which weekly tubes:talons will be taken.
First Class Novels, Magazines andiPeriodicals received
as soon as pabliabed. •
a We feek sell Photograph Albums Cheaper than they can
be had elsewhere. •
Music sent free of portage to soy Pert of the county.
Gilt Flames, Worsted; and Fancy Goods constantly on
Ontariamements are snob that we can supply any air
dons Satisfactorily sad with dispatch.
MX- J. K. SHRTOCK. is now located in New York, which
enables us to undertake' the most 'complex commissions.
014 Books of portico/sr editions, dates or style, bunted
up 14 a reasonable commission. [uov2]
BOOS SELLER, BOOK BMEB,
BLANK BOOS MANUFACTURER AND,
CILMIXEII:4BUIW. re. r.
Hs* opened a Room in the Market Iletuse, and keeps
canstsatly on band School, Miscellaneous Books, Station.
. 81 link Books, Walt Paper, Paper and Brown Linen
Window Shades, Photograph Albums Lutheran, German
Reformed 'and Presbyterian Hymn Books, Steel Pens;
Pet4s , Arnold's genuine Writing Fluid, Fancy Pictorial
Pleas= Books to; children. Paints and Pen cils; Marking
Pencils, Architect's Drawing and Pattern Paper, Novels;
Ink Stands in Arrant variety, Blades ' for 1865,
Strings, Fancy Traveling and School Basttrts,
BLANK . BOOKS made to order, 'Paper rated to Pat
tern, Old Books, Palate:4s, 31uslc, and Neubspers
Booed in any style. • jano'lm.
NEW QUARTERS AND NEW STOCK.
THE OLD CLOTHING EMFOitltilf,
IN TON MARKET Ilatira7.,
The undersigned, after u temporary absence necessitated
yy tare degtruction of Chemberebm, has again returned
and opencd out in fall bloat in the Xurket Rome between
Waltaee's Dry Good store and & Lemnster's
eery ittote,k line assortment of
FA q LL
ty AtI;DNINTER GOODS, of every description
This ual gOek eililFlSt6 of Bendy Undo Clothing snub as
Over Cents, Drone Coats, Pants, Vests, Under Shirts,
Drawers, doo4 alto
CIENTLIMENS' GOODS,- such at
o v avamOluipenders, Glows, Shawls, Ilandkercldek, Col-
Jars. UtOrellaB, &e.
stook,of Chao for customer work consists of French,
English and Domestic manufacture. Mark Doe Skinand
b o o L cairstiirate: Black Satin, Figured Sifts, Plain and
rarity' Ceatdoter Vrengs which will be made up to order
In seller to suiffins taste of moats:Dere, on short notice, and
r li al V fumed practical Oatter from the But, I an,
firnlsti clothing in thetnost fashionablestyles,
am Keene but, experienced. workmen are engaged per
s. upm . g etu tit % ai!tir Work well done at my
' Tbaukfol,..fer the p e t ro ttege heretofore bestowal, Ire.
spectiolly a6llolt a eoteinuance of the time.
,min J. T HOSiSTMAGN,
etMo44 . 4ttii;f .- 1::=
ELIVIKS & • BPRIQI:AIa
WHOLESALE MW 11E1'AL-DEALERS,
baps received a
Pratt and Large Lot.
Fine Bating Molasses,
GO isrr "ef q pee pou n d up
to the neik
a full and complete desk of fresh, pure
HOME GROUND EMCEE.;
A large assortment
LANPS, • GLOBES, SEADES. AND NOICVI,
bought direct from the manufacturer, and will be offered
for less looney than any other Louse in town
Also keep constantly on band the
finest quality of
pure white, free from smell or smoke.
A fate assortment of
Queessivare, Tumblers, Brushes, Brame, Baskets,
Buckets, Wash-boards, &a., &c.
LUBRICATMG AND SPERM OIL
for greasing machinery and leather, ,
FIVE THOUSAND ARTICLES
all of which will be offered very kw;
WROr•VA4rr map RETAIL.
In addition to the
Grcsiry, Provision, Queensvone
general variety. business,
we carry on the mannfactaring of all Enda of
which we pledge ourselves to
• SELL CHEAPER
than any house in Philadelphia,
and deliCer the same to coimtry merchants
in better order, less breslnge and at less cost.
N. B.—Cor.\ - rnY MEECELKCIS and persons wishing to
buy BtIYI3OI.ESALE !ook to your Interest, and call at this
establiA/mentbeinn bn3iAg 4-2awnxher(l.
.F .It, IT:1 T S-, SPI. - C E S - ' ACC.,
Oranges and Lemons, Onions,
Bunch Raisins, Preserved Ginger,-
Seedless Raisins, Girkins,
Layer Raisins, Pineapple Preserves,
Prunes, Paper shelled Almonds,
Currants, Bard Shelled do
Citrons, . - Filberts, .
Turkey Figs, Pecan Nuts,
Malaga Figs, _ Cocoa Nuts,
Fruit, - English Walnuts,
Split Peas, - Walnuts,
Walnut Catsup, Shellbarks. - .
Tomato' do Water Crackers,
Maid:Tooth do • Sugar do _
Pineapple Cheese, \ Matches,
Sap Sago • do -, Stove Polish,
English do' Smoke Pipes,
Swiss do Market Baskets,
Baker's Chocolate, Brooms,
Worchestershire Sauce, ' Essence Coffee,
Pepper. Cloves, • . Candies,
C - mnamon, Abpice ground Lead Pencils,
expressly for family use, Castile Scrap.
Beans, Pickles, Toilet do
Clain - Chow Pickles, • Rmin do
Cauliflower do Indigo, , ,
Mixed do ' Starch,
Mace, Ginger, - Wrapping Twine,
Nutmegs, Stone ware,
Macaroni, Preserving Tumblers, -
Vermicelli, Scrubbing . Brushes,
Nonpareil Capeek. Sweeping, . do
Lentela, Shoe, - do
French Mutant, Shoe Blacking,
Coleman's Mustard, Silver Sand,
Durham do Bath Brick,
Salad Oii, Tripoli,
for sale at SHAFER 4. S'rL'AETS,
On Queen Street, Taut of the lietl.todist Church.
GROCERIES WHOLESALE AND RE-
T AIL.--SILAFER4 STUART. on Quests Lima
East of the Methodist Church, would respectfully call the
attention of the citizens of Chambersburg and vicinity to
the varied and extensive assortment of GROCERIES,
-pREsx. FRUIT' QUEENWARE, CEDARWARE,
and a general Stock of Miscellaneous Articles which they
are now of ering, and constantly reviving from New - York,
Philadelphia and Baltimore, at their Store Room, on Queen
Street, East of the Methodist Church.
It is their intention to keep such an assortment as the de
mands of the community require. They have the hest
Mattes for tbq purchase of goods, on the most ads antis
genes terms, aid having their own carts on the Road, and
one of the finn-,heuig almost constantly in the city, affords
them evelyadvantage in purchasing goods in the shortest
time, and at less expense than usual, which enables them
to sell sory low far rash !
SUGARS, COFFEES AND TEAS of all grades, from,
the highest M the loweetprices by the barrel, suck or pound.
SYRUP AND MOLASSES, by the Hogshead, Bartel
or retail for family use. Sugar Cured Hums, Course and
Fine Salt, Fish and Cheese.
We would call especial attention of country dealers and
others, wishing to purchase at wholesale prams, as we are
prepared to sell everything la the Grocery line as cheap as
can be purchased to the Lastens cities
The highest price paid in cash for country produce or
taken In exchange for goods. SHAFER & STUART.
MARKET HOUSE.—The undersigned
tt,pedfally inform UAL. numerous CUMOIIIOIII and
the public generally that they have reopened their Gro
cery State in the room formerly occupied by the Hook and
Ladder Company, in 'the Market ouse, ' and take thte
method of returning their thanks for the liberal patronage
heretofore extended to them. Their stock incomplete in
every 'variety of PA3LILy GROCERIES, oonsiding of
Hasp, Syrups, Salt, Mackerel, -Coffee, Sugars, fear,
Immo% Brushes, Brooms, Buckets, Curds, Twines, Giese.
ware, Queertsware and everything heretofore kept nt their
former place of business. They will always keep a stall.
cleat stock on hand to be enabled to meet the demands of
the community. COUNTRY PRODUCE taken in ex.
change for goods at rash market prices. Don't forget the
place, (Mar et House.) three doors from the corner, an
Queen Street. [aug3l] HUBER & LEHASTEIL
QPRECHER'S GROCERY STORE,-
The undersigned law the Isrmt stook of FAMILY
GROCERIES in town, which be dram to the public at the
loweer CABII. PRICES. It le not Dffeezhary to onumerste,
as his Mock is largo und complete.
plices paid for COUNTRY PRODUCE in
exehangeforgaode. aug3lJ CYRU3 SLIMMER.
n T. HOLLOWAY, IFHOT.ESAIE
-ki s GROCER AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
505 MAIN ET SThEET, (North Eldr, above Fin strefit,)
Philadelphia. Hug= Ly
11RESH FISH AND OYSTERS RIT-
A.. ceived every week at AHAFER STUART'SV
on Queen street. East of the Methodist Chump.
VARILY FLOUR, BDoKW HEAT AND
Corn Mehl, by the barrel or small quantities, for sale
SHAFER & sTuAurrs, Queeo street.
AMMONIATED PACIFIC GUANO.-
A teal guano, containing front seventy to eighty per
cent of 'PHOSPHATE OF LIME, to wblch has been
added, br a chemical process, a large , per centage of
woad Ammonia, so fixed that it cannot evaporate, soak
ing it equal, if not superior to any other fertilizer. -
Pamphlets with copies of Analyses by Dr. Jackson,
Mass. state Assayer, and Dr. Liebig, of 'Baltimore, nud
tannin:dais from scientific Agriculturists, atuwriug its
value. Can he obtained from
J. 0.-BAKER, 6r CO,
seszeh 87 Wall Street, New Veil.
SEIRER HAS OPENED A CHAIR
and CABINET WARE ROOM in the Iwo:lent
of the M. E. Church; - where beThas now on hand all kinds
of Cablitint,Ware. 'Binh es bediteadi, Bureaus, Toga.,
Chairs Eitendeand Me s, lulu of OAK and IVAL
NUT COTTAaS VORIiInRE, Window BIWA, 47 4.
.01 cheap for mock Irte.'4;
HALR D W A'll B.
with an extensive stock of Efarti ware, el:diets, &n.;
1 . Builders and Contractors,
No. 1 Mackerel,
No. I Herring,
• every Wag is tlieir line.
-Call and examine our stock.
COACH AND SADDLERY
JI A MD - WA R. E.
The subscriber thipectfully informs his friends and the
public, that he continues to harry on theabove business,
at his old stand, on nitkin Street, opposite the German Re.
formed Church, CHA_MBHRSHLT - 11G; PA.
Haring enlarged* his business, Saddlers and Coach
makers will find in his Store Room a general assortment
of goods suited to their 'several requirements, such as
Fair and Country Hogskins,
Saddle Trees and Girthing.
Gig Trees, Full Plated, Tinned and Japanned; Goat
Hair, Straining Web and Worsted Rain
Web, lower thdn Cotton
Haines, Bits and Stirrups, Plated, Tinned and Jaianned
Couch Handles, nett styles; .Curtain Frames; Hub Bands;
Bridle Fronts; Restates, Swivels and Oruptents; Iran
Plated and Wood Gig names. '
BUCKLES—BRASS„SILVER AND JAPANNED,
all Styles and P.ttterus; Ivory• and Wooden Martingale
Rings, Stump Joints, and a variety of other goods suitable
for the trade.
' ALL FUNDS OF PLATLSG, S:c., done with neatness
and despatch. [decl4] LEWIS WAMPLER.
CH -EAT lIAEDW ARE!
BRAND & FLACK
Had a few goods under the pavement, - which were not
burned. Such aA Locke, Hinges, Huelva and other Hard
ware. Besides, they have just received from New York
and Philadelphia a very large lot of goods. purehasedm itch
cheaper than they are generally sold. They having been
burned out, therefore we offer Iron, Nails, Hocks, Hinges,
Screws, Bolts, Oils, Glassj'aint, &c., at the iowest figure.
TO BLACKSMITHS AND FARMEKSI
We have on hand about 10 Tons Iron of different kinds,
which we will sell less than it can be botight in the city.
Also see have 106 kegs of Nails and Spikes, rte offer ut
from 6 to 10 dollars per keg.
Knives and Forks, Scissors, Razors, Pocket Knives,
Spoons, &a.. Just received from New York which we offer
very low. seps3
CR RI A GE MAKERS' GOODS,
at BRAND & FLACK'S.
Q 6 l-10VELS, - FORKS AND SPADES AT
jj 25 cents each and many other articles which was in
the are, which can be made as good tut new
at BRAND & FLACK'S.
CWARE.—CaII at the Store in
the Alley. BR--kKD & FLACK.
31 P OR T AN A T
It L well knhwn to tho medical pmfesaion that IRON
is the vital primed to or Life Eliquelat of the Vion7o
detived - ebietly from th,fooi-we:erric bat if the food It
not properly dige,ted, or ii, from any canoe whatever, the
necessary quantity of iron is not taken into the circulation,
or becomes reduced, the whole system suffers. The bad
blood will irritate the heart- will clog up the fangs, will
stupefy the brain, trill obstrnct the liver, and will tend
its disease producing elements to all purls of the I'3 - stein,
and every one will suffer is whntker organ may be pre
disposed to disease. The great value of
IRON AS A MEDICINE
Is well known and acknowledged by all medical men.
Ti' ditlicnity has been to obtain such preparation of it as
will enter the circulation and assiraulate at once with the
bk.& This point. bays Dr. Hayes, Massachusetts State
Chemist. has been attained in the Peruvian Syrup, by
combination In a way before unknawn.
u PROTECTED solution of the PROXIES OFJEON;
A NEW DLSCOVERY IN MEDICINE that strikes at
the Root of Discabe by supplying the blood with is Vital
Principles or Lite Element—lron.
Cores Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint, .Dropsy, Fiver and
Ague, Lees of Energy, Low Spirits.
THE PERUVIAN SYRUP
Tur...51 strength, vigor, and new life into the system and
builds up an •'lron Constitution.
THE PERUVIAN SYRUP
Cures Nervous Affectims, Female Complaints and all
diseases of the Kitfneys and Bladder.
THE PERUVIAN SYRUP
Is a SPECIFIC for all diseases originating in a BAD ,
STATE OF THE BLOOD, or accompanied by Dent.
ty or a Low State of tho System.
Pamphlets containing certificates of cures and recom
mendations from some of the most eminent Physicians,
Clergymen and others, will be sent FREE to anyaddress.
JOHN E. WILLIAMS, EMI..
President of the Metropolitan Bank, N. Y.
Rev. ABEL STEVENS,
Lute Editor Christian Advocate &Journal.
Rev. P. CHURCH.
Editor New York Chronicle.
Rev. John Pierpont, Lewis Johnson. N. D.,
Rev. Warren Burton, Roswell. Kinney, M.
Rev. Arthur B. Culler, S. K. Kendall, M. Do
Rev. Gordon Robbins, W. R. Chisholm, M. D.,
Rm. Sylvania Cobb. Francis Dann, M. D.,
Rev. T. Starr King, Jeremiah Stone, M. D.,
Rev. Ephraim Num. Jr., Jose Antonio Sanchez, M.D.
Res. Jost-ph H. (Bluth, A. A. Hayti, M. D.,
Rev. Henry Upham, Abraham Wendell. M. D., •
Rev.-P. C. Headley, , J. It. Chilton, M. D.,
Ref. John W..Ohnstead, H. E. Kinney, IL D.
Prepared by N. L. CLARK & CO., exclusively fur J.
p. DINSMNRE, 491 Brint'dn ay, New York.
Sold by alt Druggists. I julyl3•eow y
EDDING'S RUSSIA SALVE.
FORTY YEARS' EXPERIENCE '
has tally established the superiority of
RE - DDING'S RUSSIA SALVE
Over all other healing preparations.
It cures all kinds of Sores, Cuts, Seidds, Burns, Bolls,
Ulcer?, Salt Rheum, Erysipelas, Sties. Piles, Corns, Sure
Lips, Sore Eyes. &e., removing the pain at once, uml re.
during the most angry-looking Swellings and Inflamma
tions its if by magic.
ONLY thS CENTS A BOX.
Fun SALE sty
J. I'. DINS3IOIIE, No. -till Broadway, New York. -
S. W. FOWLE & CO., No. 45 Tremont street, Boston,
had by till Druggists. [ julyl3.eow.ly
FRENCH BURR W LI. STONES.-
Mannfactory Liberty gtreet, near the Cotton Fartory,
The muhu.slkuled andounees to the trade that he coutin
yes to mortar:mum. and Import direct (rein the melt cell
blob d quarries in France, the best qualities of
FRENCH BURR MILL STONES,
Which he offers at reasonable rates, And znertudees
Suction to the pnnharo•r. -♦.tom-,JStery alunlYur in ow of
OLIYAHKEWITRAND BOLTING CLOTH.
Order, by mall promptly attended to, and goods for
wardmi by railroz d. canal or express, if desired.
Id. H. HEFNER,
ulri2 - .1.3m) NO. 10 - West filato StrPet Harrisburg, Pa.
(Chainlilg Rrpository ant and send bill to thiS
office "mediaidy for collotion.—llarrisbarg Telegrapl4.l
1110 DYSPEPTICS.—Having been atilie
x ted for II number of years with Dyspepsia, I was
advised to try DR. WISIIAitT'S MEDICINE Ilyr that
disease. I derived great benefit and recommended it to
quite is or any friemie and who were also much
benefitted by it, and whose testimonials can be had ifnem
essaty. I taste been appetated by De. Whalen as Agent
for the Sale of his :Medicine, wholesale el , retail.
W. G. REED,
nov r 4 Repository office, Mare rsburg
TOB PRINTING in everretyle, done at
• ft* °See arm. Fr. Avinstz MgPolillentrY.
gig ifrauttiOupositaftibergebnit, pat,
HUBER & TOLBERT
Hove opened their store
on Main sheet,
nearly' oppealtetheir *lit place of bush:tees,
consisting In part of
Paints, - ,
Pocket Knives, &c.
. Special attention is called
as they are
prepared to furnish in any quantity,
IRON IN THE BLOOD
eroutteo;f&T...,, - _
CO ce FFEE fream
_TEAS; SUGARS:46st re-
E., D. REID'S.
MINCEMEAT .—A fresh supply ti,t-
- LTA.III.B AND BEER—A In t o lot of
LfrOntected city Mims sad Dried Beer, sums.
ORANGES, LEMONS, RAISINS, CUB
rants, Citron, Dried Apples, Dried - Cherries, ,tc.,
N o 1 Shore lilackerai, Dried
MOM, Dried Cod, Shad, &c., at HEID'Se I
BITCZAInnAT AND HOMDFL—Jpet
'received a lot 'of New Jeney fresp ground Back.
wheat Beal; pure white Hominy, Sonp Beans, Zul, at
ANIONS .—Wetherfield and Country
Onions, a large supply, at }El4'l3-
EEROSIVE OIL AND- LA3LPS.---'Su-
:i.prior Kerosine Oil, CharatNir l and Parlor Lamps,
fi t hades, Lanterns, &4, at REID'S.
Lines of erabel.
ENN SYLVANIA RAILBOAD-'
I. WINTER TIME TABLE. FIVE TAMS DAILY
to and from Plitadelp/ria and Pittsburg. On and after
Monday, October 31st. 1864, the Passenger Trains of the
penasylvaniaßailrou I Company- will depart'from Harris-
burg and arrive at Pt Badelphiu and Pittsburg as follows:
THROUGH EXPR FiSB TRAIN leaves Harrisburg dal•
1)- ai ..AS A. 31., and arrives at West ildladelphia at 6.55
A. 11. •
PAST LINE leaves Harrisburg daily (except Monday)
at B.OOA- H., and arrives at West Philadelphia at 12.40
P. M. Passengers take breakfast at Lancaster.
.MAIL TRAIN leaves Harrisburg daily (except Sun
day) at 1.10 P. H., and arrives at West Philadelphia al li
15 £. SI.
PITTSBURG AND ERIE EXPRESS leaves Harris
burg daft. (except Stindays) at 11.55 V. it., and arrives at
West . ,PLll3, , ,lelybia at A. x.
HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, leaves
Ilcuriebuty daily (except Sunday) at LOU P. M., and ar
rives at 'West Bailadelphin p t 9.730 P. M. This train has no
connection/rem the ireet.
COLUMBIA ACCOMMODATION TRAIN leaves liar.
rieburg daily (except Sunday) at 7 A. at., , and arrives at
Lancaster at 9.1.5 n. M.. connecting (except on Monday)
with the Fait Line east.
PITTSBURG AND ERIE EXPRESS leaves Minis.
burg daily (except &may) at 12.35 A. hr., Altoona 6.50
A. St., take breakfast. and arrive at Pittsburg at 12.40p.m.
BALTIMORE EXPRESS. TRAIN leaves Harrisburg
daily (c ell Binaday) at 245 st.H.: Altoona 6.15
take breakbeit, and arrives at Pittsburg at 1.40 P. It.
THROUGH EXPRESS leaves Harrisburg daily at 3.-
25 A. IL, Altoona at 8.15 A. 31., take breakfast and arrives
at Pittsburg at 2.40 P.U. ,
FAST LLNE leaves Harrisburg doily (except Sunday)
at 4.00 P 4 131.4. Altoona at 9.10 P. at, take supper, and ar.
rives at Pittsburg at 2.00 A. it.
MAIL TRAIN leaves Harr - 1401M daily (except &nu.
day) at 1.40 P. M. Altoona at 7.55 P. H., take supper, BUIL
arrives at - Pittsburg at 1.30 P. it
MOUNT JOY ACCOMODATIONwest Were)) Lan.
caster at 11.20 A. X. connecting there with the Mail west;
leaves Mount Joy at 11.51 A. H.,und artives atHarritburg
Tat LOOP. m.'
THE HARRatlllittl ACCOMMODATION TRAIN
from Pittsburg, which =has at Harrisburg-at &SO P. 311,
stops there, passe ogerti for East of Harrisburg lay over un
til 11.1,5" I
_SAMUEL IL YOUNG, •
nor 9 Supt diddle Div. Penna. R.
NORTHERN ',CMTRAL RAILWAY
FILL TIME ,TABLE.—Foua D aw, Daily to
and from Brraintore and Washington City. .
Connections made kith trains on Pennsylvania Railroad,
to and from Pittsburg uud the West. -
FOUR TRAINS DAILY to and troth the North turd
West Branch Susquehanna. Elmira rand all of Northern
Vn and after Monday, Oct. 17th, 1841, the , Passetiger
Trains of the Northern - Central Hannay will arrive at and
depart m)111 Harrisburg and Baltimore as follows :
MALL TRAIN leaves Sunbury daily (except
Sunday) . 10:
leave Harrisburg 1:2:1 PAL
arriN esrd Baltimore 5:40 eat
EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Sunbury daily (ex.
• cept Sandal). ....... 11:45 P.N.
leaves Ha rr st:ttrg (except
3loadaY) 2:50 A.N.
arriies at Baltimore 7:00 A.N.
HARRISBURG ACCOALHODATION leaves
SUNBURY ACCOIDODATION' leax'asSun-
burr daily (ei. Sovlkky)... 7;30 AM.
PHILADELPHIA. EXPRESS TRAIN leaves
__Sunburyida4(ex. Sunday) 9:05 PAL
3IAIL T2.IN leaven Baltimore daily (except
. lea.- 40 . t1;sftrIr i .,- 1:35 P.M.
1.0 1 . ...
rasa - rs,a?S.S._TI lezr ff 33altivarrusinly. 1/ .. 10 mt...
'' - leaves tiarrisburg daffy (ex- -""
dept Monday) . , 3:15 A.ll.
arrivals at Sunbury 5.53 A.M.
ERIE EXPRESS TRAIN leaves /3altlmorr.
daily, (except fitualays) at.. 7:30 P.N.
leaves Harrisburg dully (ex '
eept?uadays) at V2:35 A.M.
arrives at Sunbury at. 3:11 A.IL
fIAFLRISBUTtG ACCOMMODAtION leaves
Baltimoredaily(ex. Monday' 3:00 Ell.
arrives at Ilarrisboig at 7:50 P.
su2 , .; : puirr ACCOALMODATION leaves liar-,
rislgirg daily Sunday): 4:03 mi.
The Erie Express and l'hiladelphia Express are through
trains to and from Erie and all intermediate points. - Mail
and Express trains run through to Elmira.
For further Information apply_ at the Ottlee, Sa Pennsyl•
VSIIii) Railroad Depot. L ,
oeE , W64 . J. N. DtBARRY, rien..Supt.
PHILADELPHIA AND 'ERIE RAIL
ROAD.—This great line traverses the Northern and
Nortliirest counties of Pennsylvania to the city of Este, on
It brut been leased by the Pennsylvania Railroad Com
pany, and is operated by them.
Its entire length was opened for passenger and freight
business, October 17th, 1861.
TIME OF PASSENGER TRAINS AT HARRISBURG
Mall Train . . - 11:45 P. 2.i..
Lock Haven Acethrunodation 2:50 4. N.
Willia . tospart ACCOMMOdation DWI'. IL
Mall Train -' V.1:35 a. M.
Lookliaren Ammuunodation 2:30 A.,11
Williamsport Accommodation.. 1:45 P. H.
Passenger Cars ran through on Matt Train, 'without
change both ways between Philadelphia and Erie, and
Baltimore and Erie. -
Elegant Sleeping Cars on Elmira Express Train:OW/I
ways between Williamsport and Baltimore. -
For Information respecting Passenger business apply ut
Comer 30th and Market Streets, Philadelphia,
And for Freight business of the Company's Agents
S. a %Manes, Jr., Coy. 13th and Market Sts., 'Phila.
J. W. REYNOLDS, Erie.
T. M. MUM, Agent N. C. R. It, Baltimore, ILL
H. E. - HOUSTON,
Gen. Freight Agent. Philadelphia.
H. W. GIVINNER,
Gen. Ticket Agent, Philadelphia.
308. 1). POTTS,
jaa4.65 Gen. Manager, Wlllianprpork
GIMIBERLAND VALLEY 6s FRANK
LIN RAILUOADS—CHANGE OF HOURS.—
On and after Standup, October 18G4, Passenger Trains
will run daily, as follows, (Sundays excepted)
FOR WIAMBERSIDIRG AND DARRLIBURO:
Chambersburg 5 A Arrive at
" Carlisle 6:30 10:10 - SIAG
" 'Mechanicsburg ' 7:00 10:42 • 3:16
Arrive at Harrisburg 7:30 11:15 3:45
FOR . CIIAMBERSHURG , AND HAGERSTOWN :
A.N. e.st P.M.
Leave Harrisburg ' 8:05 1:40 4:15,
" Mechanicsburg 8.47 2:20 4:50
10 11 ;02 °7 3 2 ;51 58 1:15 ,
" Newville -
" ribippentburg 10:33 4:04
Arrive at Chambereburg
11:10 11: . 4 1 : '3 4 5 5 „.
Leave Chambersburg -
" ' Greencastle 11:55 5:35
Arrive at lingertown 12:35 . 6:15 -
Making elo+e, VOunertions nt Ilarrisharg with talus for
Philadelphia, Now. York and PittAlin% and with intim
fur a❑ 1..140 went.
Tlle Train leaving flarrhiburg at 4:15 P. 50. runs onlyris
fur ns Carlisle; 0. N. LULL, Shpt.
R. R. Oilico,_C`hainleg, Ort. 11, 1564.
COUGH N'O NIORE!,
Dr. Stricklund'aMellitlurna Cough Hallam Id warranted
to CUM Coughs, Colds, Hoarretienr, Artlna. Wh,e,),lng
Cough, rioro Throat, Consumption , cil all attentions of the
Throat and Lungs.
For stile by C. H. Creroder, Chninberdium. general
Depot. No. 6 Cait Fourth Street, Cincinnati, °him
31„..1All the medical men and the Prens recommend
DR. STRICKLAND'S AN TI.CHOLHRA. .MIXTURK
an the only certain remedy fur Drarrlnna Lind Dyaeutery.
It in a eurnbination of ' Antrinirentti, Abnarbenta, Sticau.
louts and CarminatiN es, and is len:retard to erred n cure
idler till other Hi MILS hots falbut.
For sate by C. H. Cre,elor, Clonport,burg. Horterul
ih'Pot No. 6 East Fourth Street, Cincinnati, tThiu.
8 "pl, iilll3lEnyl D' S
Pr. Eltrickland's Pile Remedy bag mind thousands of
the worst cases or Blind' and Blooding Piles. It gives
mediate roller and efforts apt ruutnent cure. Try it di
rectly. It is warranted to cure.
For rale by C. IL Crenalor, Chataberaburg. General
Depot. 6 East Fourth Steet, Cloolutuati, 01110. no 36•1 y
„ IThYSPEPSIA, • NERVOUSNESS AND
DR. STRICKLAND'S. TONIC
We eon recommend those sudhriug with i 0631 of Appe
tite, Indigestion ' or Dyspeptic, Nervousness and Nervous
Debility, to use Strieklancl';?Fonic. It Is a vegetable pre
paration, free from alcoholic liquors; It strengtlusustbe
whole nervous system, it creates a good appetite, and:ls
warranted to cure Dyspepsia, and Nervous Debility,
For sale by Druggists generally, at Si per battle. Pre.'
vs:oow 14A. Strickland , 6 Test Fourth Street, Clues:
null nbka.lf, erv.....ter Agent ebstehersharg Fa
119 *Wagt 1114110,41144
1 1. g; '.
/A 11, I; V. E.
NEIV- DRUG S.TORE.
ntumles - itcrrEt t
WELL SEIECTED STOCK
PURE DRUGS, '
aid* the Wat
PATE2 , ,TT MEDICW4'p3,
West tail eßroisn's
H ANGE YOUR TOLORS.—Famili
Dyes—a full assortment, at NIXON'S.
,UTE'd Di a Soap sold, at NIXON'S.
T WINSTON'S. COMPOUND, AT
PLEAK OUT BATS.—Use Cos
:far. Sold by" . NIXON.
L.ONG WE AND GOOD HEALTH:
AA Me Mailer's Herb Bitters NIXON, 'flole,Agent
A.A LL THH .IMPORTANT AIDS TO
lielnedbealth , andloag Jae, such as,puce DrugsTiald
Medicines, can always be had at .
QWEET BUTTER, AND PURE I -
kJ can always be obtalCed through the use of zuscors
PARE. FOR WAR.—Johnston's
Rheumatic lbotupoundwill prepate you for the spring
Campaign. To be bad at NTRON'S.
0 R ACTIVE DUTY.,--Away With
'Clnstehbairad. Clemas- , -tula.Tallhaftsehact Cam:
R E M - 0
in Dr. Diehard's New Bn
311ller; II amilton & Co'a Tin• Ware Stare.
.L.F:C. ii. DRELEIkAIjt, successor to HISYSEir &MM.
Lila, has opened In bleitew l'oolll, on Second street; oppo.
site the Poet chtice, where every effort will be made to
sustain the popularity the old establishment had acquired
A continuation of the liberal patronage a hich the firm re-,
ocb ed li•nspectfully fraiche& A WC, gods of Drags,
Chemicals, And Patent 'Medicines is new offered. Also a
desirable saltatment of
Pocket Books, -
and Fancy Articles In at Tarietk.
KEROSENE LAMPS.—Every description of Hand
Lantrn , Stand Lampe, Wattling Lamps and Side Lamps'
suitably fur Kitchen, one, Parlor ase, Store we and OWco
THE BEELT,COAL - OIkIN THE MARKET
Family Dyes of all Calera
Ike of bashers,
'Prescriptions receive special attention and are
compounded with care and skin. C. 11. CItiSSLER, -
Second. Street, oppositti the net a n
A LECTURE. TO YOUNG MEN.Li
Just Publlshedin a scaled Earelape:• Price Slx
A Lecture on the Nature, Treatment and Radical Cure ,
of SperataVrriscea or Seminal lh'eakness, Involuntary,
Emissions, Mental Debiaty, and Impedbuents tollarrtage;
generally. Nervousness. Consumption, "Epilepsy, and I
Pits; )fental and Physics' InenNeity. resulting from Self.
Abuse, Ate: By ROLIV J. 1311vEnsvitt., 31. D., Author,
of the 'Gilen Bout," &e. ' '
The world nmownod Ruttier, in this admirable Lectuin,
Clearly proves Irma Ids own experience that the awful eou
sequeoee of Self-Abuse may beeffectualy removed with.
out medicine, and without dangerous 'Attrffical operatio n,
Insbnolents, thugs, or cordial, pointingput awn!
of cure at once certain and effecting, by which every nut
ferer, nomatter tvlust his condition may be, may - 0111 . 5,41m,
self cheaply privately, and radically. TtrISLECTUREI
WILL PROVE A BOON TO T.llOl SANDS AND;
Sent under seal, "hlany address. In plain ; settled ea.
velope, on the reoelpt of sLt cents, or two poeftce stamps,
by addresiant. CHAS. J. C. KlttiV.
octlff.Pml 1`..1 Emery, New-York - , Post-010eeBot, 4586..
wit LES ALE AN!) REtAil, !I
ROPES Ir. TWINES.
The undersigned having purchased tbeentire Stock and-
Flitureti of the Rope and Twine. Manufactory of J.. P.
tiriy; dec'd, respectfully announces to tier friends, and the , '
former patrons of thoestablislunent, that skin willcontinue
to cony on the imisineas, in all Its various brunches; at
TIIE OLD STAND,
on Franklin nireet, Chantbenburg, where idle will Implores.
ed w receive the 'culls and orders of the publiu All idndn,
blzhe, and qualities of
ROPES, CORDAGE, TWINES, &C.i
always kept on baud or made to order of the best material.
and fornined at reasonable prices. In connection with the•
above Imilnells, she is also prepared to manutlicture -
HAIR, HUSK, AND OTHEA
as well a. Home - map/Lets and Fly Nets 08111110 r ritutl e ,
r f superior oa in
will be ottenitlOato Promptly.
OLL- CLOTH: OIL CLOTIR: . •:-Alust re-'
petted altWeale lijaixe toed Ofittotb, icirvoor I
Table, sail 64410,411 widths, and iety chew at -
Cants" " METOALF & MTESFIEW,R.
cme door west
bail been removed
next door to
Everything In a Druggisyt
MARY E GRAY.,
1 4tERICA.14LIFLIN SVE:A34 - OFJANik
A. singer_ co., Corner &milt. and W Streetc. -,
- Incorporated 188:t. - Charter '
AntlicelitedCal!tal, 8500,000. - Pald-lipearital.tibo:ooo.
- Philadelphia, Feb.
iTrustees have_this day declared a Dividend of
WY. CENT, on an premiums received upen)ll7 , -
POLfass during. the 'year'endiug Decembir alst,
184 - and in throe at that date, ate above amount to be
ers:lBmi tosbill Poilcies, and have also ordered the
deartal.B6o on Policies issued durinf ,that year. to 'be
Paid, ie the animal 'premiums. on said Policies
, a re re
ceiPnadlnt -Ale ved. - - 0 ,1 71 EU:
Secretary and ohn 8. Wilson.
Aduarp—John C. Sine.
BOARD OF TRUb S.—Alezmider J.
Edgar Thomsott.'Beorgo Ntertalt, Nom James Pella*,
Albert C. Roberts, P. 8.-Magid, Samuel Mat, TrdEam:
J. Howard. Toseph Allison, Samuel T. Bodine, John
Ailunan, Charles F. Ileazlitt, baste Earlehurst.
Wat. G. - UEFA Chambersbarg, Pa, the authorized
.Agent of the American Life Insurance and Trust Com.:
pinny, and is always prepared to furnish pamphlets or any
informatiou wanted, and to take
1)05 J. C. RICUAILDS and W. ILl in4 M, Medical F.z.
REFERENCES—Hon. A. K. t'Clase, Rev. S. J. Nie
coils, J. &Nixon, Chamberstang, and - Wm. M. Marshall,.
Cashier of the Flagerstawn
Persons desiring Information or wit4Ling :to insure ' , kin
please call on. or by addressing the undersigned they
'be waited on in any part of theCouhty or State. - -
rnarM - im.slll, Aget4.
FRAITKLIN ;TILE MSCRANCE cam-
PANT OF PALLADELPHIA.
On Sannary 1,1864 4 4 ..52,457,840 , 93
CAPITAL _ $400,003
UxssrrLED Cr AT 8,1 MORF. FOR 1861
Lane. PAID Br;cs 1e29 &7,00,000..
PERM:I'I3AL AND TEMPORARY POLICIES ON
• - DIRECTORS:
Charlei N. Zander, Isaac Lee,
Tobias Wagner, - Edward C. Dale,
Samuel Grant, • Gee. Pales, ,
Jacob; Ri Smith,_ Alfred Filler,
George W. Richards, Fras. W. LIM* M. D.
, - CRARLES N. BANCEER, President.
EDWARD C. DALE, Nice President
S->& W. it'AturicEtt, Bce'v pro.ient.
akln:D . OAKS is the authorised Agtint of the 01)131-
puny in Ghambersburg; who will famish all inform:Wm
necessary to appliwints. mar23-tf.
INSURANCE -COMPANY- OF NORTH
AMERICA: Ineornorated DN. Charter Perpetual.
CAPITAL 4500,1X10. Office at: Walnut Street. Phila—
delphia. The prompt payment of Claims for_Losies daring
the period of nearly seventy years that tbe Company .has
been In exigence, entitles them to the confidence of the
public. Perbous* tmehing to insure will please call on or
address the uhdenrigned. W. G. REED, Agent, .Cham
bersbarg, Pa. ,- -
As Agent for this Company, I am prepared to Cancel .
all, Perpetual as well as Term policies covering property
destroyed by the Rebels on the 30th of Jdly. returning the
full premium paid on application at my office.
W, G. REED. Agent.
REFLItENCIi.. , 7-3. Grier, J. Allison Eyger, Eeq.,
Major J. C. Austin, Cul. A. R. 3PClur,3. noe'4.
THE pHomax •
haie consented to Insure a limited. amount of property
. Relit and Per anal '
t BY WAR OR• INVASION.. • -
Pcsoos wishing to insure their property against
destru•• REBEL lINVASIONi ,
Amnia make early application to ,
CHARLES H. TAYLOR'
Icaticmal Batik, chamberakurg.
• UK AGENT.—Mr. Jomi GsovE, of
Chambeniburg, fa tbe,Ganural Agent of the Prank
lb County Mutual Insurance Company. - " Junei)
Mato, Capo ani! Sum;
Hp! FOR THE -HOLIDAYS'!
FURS ! FURS !! FEgg !!!
bas now opened
a large assmtmeat
LADIES An/ CHILDREbrSFIIRS
GENTS FUR GLOVES AND
A large Stock of
HATS AND CAPS
' constantly on hand '
COME TO THE MARKET HOUSE
&ITS. CAPS, HOOTS, SHOES. -
W. W. PAITOMhas just ' opened a fine esiortment of
RATS, CAPS, BOOTS and SHOES at his new Store in
the Market Honse, - isbere he oan furnish all articles in his
line, dtratp for cash. Some goods are sold at old picas.
A fine assortment of CANES, lIMBRELLA,S; CAR
PET BAGS, VALISES, Ice., Ace., constantly on hand.
Call and ezamine oar large stook of goods'.
sepal W. W. PAXTOB.
M 1 ., ..e.r.e..e.w....,,re.ey
T .,,,, ,, ,eiwever.r..-wv,
- ER S
VINES A li-D L 1 Q tr, OR. S .
1 L18.104.22.168iN, BALLADE k CO.,
NO. 3..% Boum NECTEI STNEEr..
. Between Peanut and Planta &rens, Pinadelphin.
GEO. 1L LAUNA.I .
A. M. BALLADE,
J. D. Hiroo,.
SUPERIOR COGNAC BRAIDY,
VINTA4E OF 138,
Each bottle sealmlWith green was with the initials of the
IMPORTED HT .
.LAUMAN, BALLADE & CO. •
SUPERIOR OLD MADEIRA WINE
FINE SHERRY, CLARET AND
AND AN AssoznilmiT OF
FINE BRANDS OF CHAMPAGNE.-
OSBORNE & CO.'S •
VERY FLU AND DELICATE
OLD PORT WINE,
Each bottle sealed with yellow wax with theinitialeetthe
• IMPORTED DY
LAITMAN, BALLADE dr. CO.,
No. l South Ninth Street, Medd/Aka, ' •
OLD 11-Y B - W H-I-- SK EY,
OED WHEAT WHISKEY,
0 B RHOLTZ WHISKEY,
FOUST WHISKEY, -
LAUMAN, BALLADE & CO.,
No. R." , 8 South Ninth Shut, Philadelphia.
"4"MAN OF A TROCTSAND.—A Cox-
SIIMPTIVE CUREX—DR 11. JAMES, a Retired
Idi lloi ,
a an ce of
i trzt re e f m or inuce, rib pi r io l o Vi hma, whit m in ne tt i e ,
tae, Cough Colds amt General Debility. The remedy
.was dirzuvered by him when his only child, a daughter,
.Avas giving up to die. His child was eared, and is now
alive and well. Desirous of benefiting hls follow mortals,
he will send to them who wish It the recipe, containing
full 'iiire,ti„,, for malting and 'successfully using, this
rem e d y , free on reee(pt . of their names, with two stampato
pay expenses. Theo is not a single'caie of Contraption,
that It does not at once take hold of and dissipate. Night
sweats, peevishness, irritation of the nerves, failure of
memory, dlrtioult expectoration, sharp pains in the hmigs,
sore throat, chilly sensations, flameout the stomach, hum.
lion of toe bowels, wasting away of the muscles.
r•.-. The writer will pleads state thfinatne of the paper
they seen this advertisement in. Address.
mor23-Irt M North 2d St. Pidkidalphin, Pa.
PENSION, B 0 UN T:Y AND - WAR
mans AGENCY.-..Petudeni procured for seldtete
of the present war who are disabled by reasonof wounds
received, or disease contracted, while is the service of the
Unitid States; and pensions , #lOO Bounty, and Arrears
of Pay obtained fbr widow;Cor heirs of those who have
died or been killed while in service. JOHN IL ORB,
rearVly Clem Agent, Charnbeasburg Pa.
TOB PRINTING, in-every style, , sdlang
at the 411111ee or the FRANILLIN RPXOITTAItYr
DALTIMORE LOCK HOSPITAL.-fir;
JOEMSTOIir, the founder' of thitteelebrateditestihs.
den, 'otters twmt eatnin,, speed y;attd- on)Y , etrtictual
fliedcr la - the World for (fleets, 'sattictlibes, -13ennibst
Weinkneas,,Pain in' the Loins, Constitntibnal
Impotence, Weakness of the Back and Lind"
otthe Wiliam; Palpitation of the r lietot, Dyspepsw
revs irritab o Yr rOf el / SeS of the ;iced. Throat, Note or
akin; rind &those serlorutaad ntelaneholf . disorders etht-'
ing frorntlus destructive habits of-Tenth , erldeb-destroy
both body.and mind, These ,secret and , iaditary.prootiree
roe more fatal to their nictimethan the song of the Syrians'
. the mar ina! Ulysses, blighting
. their meet brilliant
hopes or antitdpations, rendering marrnare, Sc, ilepoOble.
Young Men espectally, who have beaame the viotimant
Soataty Vide, that dr.ftil and destriaetiSebablt #hlsitattl
munteuresteepe ban untimely grave thousands of young
Men of the most exalted - Went and brilliant Intelleet;ithe
-nalghtneterwise hate entranced listeang Senateiviththe
thunders of eloquence( es waked baecitaoy theArlngl,yte;
may call with fall Confidence. '
'fancled persons, or yowls mew contetapialitcturlinee'
being aware at physical woaknets,organle debility, deter
stales, '&e., Should' rauediately mean Dr. Johnston.
He 'St* Piseqliblmself under the oars of Dr. Johnston,
may reltgionslyconfide in his bonoits a gentleman,, and
confidently rely noon bis skill as a physician. - •'' -
oRGAMC AVEAXTESS ThiIaDIATELr inr*Erll
I This disease is the penaltymostfrequently paldby these
who have. become the victims of improper indulgences.
Young persons are too apt to commit excessesluari - not
being aware of the dreadful consequences that may ensue.
Now, who thatundirstan&the subject wMpretwdtodeny
that the power of Premnstion is lostsocraer by those falling
into improper habit than by the prudent Besidesbeing de-
Prived of the pleasure of" healthy offspring, and Or most
anxious and.destnectlye sympithy to mind andbody,arise.
The system becomes deranged. the physical and mental
powers weakened, nervous debility, dyspepsia, palpitation
of the bean, indigestion, a wasting of the frame, cough,
iymtoms of consumption.
°flee No. 7, '.ss , urk Frederick Street, • -
ievea:tloors foam Baltimore street, Eastidde, up thesteps..
Be particular in observing the name and number, or you
mill mistake the place.
A CURB WARRANTED IN TWO DAYS. -
Pro, Mrrorop or Nauseous Drugs.
DR. "JOHITSTOR, Jambes- of the Royal College
Surgeons, London, graduate from one of the most eminent
Colleges of the United States; and the greater ;art O
*hose life hes been spent in the bospltaLs of London,
Paris, Philadelphia and elsewhere, has effected some of
the most astonishing cures that were ever-known. Many
troubled with ringing in the head add ears When asleep,
grout nervousness. being alarmed at sudden sounds, and
bashfulness, with frequent blushing, attended sinuelitries
irlat derangement of mind, were cured immediately.
A CERTAIN ,DISEASE!
When the misguided and imprudent rotary of pleasure
find he has imbibed the seed of this painful disease, it too of ,
ten happensfluat suill•timed sense of shame, ordreadof
Covell, deters hhn from applying to thosewho from educe- -•
Lion and respectabilitycan alone befriend him, Warr
the constitatimmisymptemsof thishorrid diseasem e eir
appearance, such as ulcerated sore throat, diseased note,
nocturnal plans in the head arid limbo, dlmu'ess esf eight,
deafness, noh; on the chin, bones and arms, blotches on the
Lead, face and extremities, progressing with - frightful m
pidity; till at birdie palate of the month or the bones of
the nose fall in and the victim of this awful disease be,
comes a horrid obje6t of commissomtion, till death puts a
period to his dreadful safferiugs, by sending him to •• that
bourne from whence no traveller returns." To such, there.
fore, Dr. Johnston' pledges himself to preserve the most
inviolable secrecy; and from his extensive practice in the
first Hospitals of 'Europe and America, be can confidently'
recommend a safe and speedy cure to OT — nrifortuuate
tim dials horrid disease. •
It is a melancholy fact that thousands fall victims to
this horrid &seam owing tether a painfulness of ignorant
Pretenders,who by use of that dreadful poison, Mercury,
ruin the constitution, and either send.the unfortunate to
an. untimely graveN or make the residue elite miserable.
Dr. J. addresses those who have Injured themselves by
private fflid improper indulgences. -
'Ph :oCare some of the sad and melancholy,effects pro
duced by early habits of youth, viz :--Weakness of the
Back and Limhs Pains in the - Head; Dimness of Sight,
Loss of Muscular Power, Palpitation of the Heart, Dys
'pepsin; Nervous Irritability, Derangement of the: Diges
rtive Functions, El enemlDebility, Symptoms of Casump.
..MENTILLY, the fearful effects on the mind are much to
:be dreaded ; _loss of-Memory, Confealue of Ideas, Dquw.
.sion of Spirits, Evil Foreboding* Aversion to Sodety,
Self-Distrust, LOvii of Solitude, Timidity, ice:, are some
pf the evil. effects. •
Thousands of persons °fan ages can now judge What
is the cause of their declining health, 'hailing their vigor,
;becoming weak, pale, have singular grantee° about the
;eyes, cough: and symptoms of Consumption:'
Dr. JOHNSTON'S DIVIGORATING REMEDY
FOR ORGANIC 'WEAKNESS.
By this great and Important remedy, Weakness Of the
Organs is speedily crawl, adroit VI& restored.- -
Thousands of the most newel:et and debilitated,' -who
Chad loist all hope, have been immediately relieved, All
!impediments tollitorringe, _Physical br Mental Ilisqualifi-
Mt - ion, Nervous irrita'allity, Trembling, Weakness or Ex
planation of the most fearful kind,. speePy waxed by Dr.
YOUNG MEN, - -
I who have Injured themselves by a certain practice, halal
ged in when alone—a habit frequently tanned from evil
companions, or or at school, the effects are nightly felt, even
when asleep, and if not cured render montage Impossible;
anddestroys both niindandbody,shouldapplyimmealately
; What a pity that a young man, the hope &his country,
the darling of hia,parents, shouhtlie snatched from all
prospects and enjoyments - f life; by the consequence of
I deviating from the path of nature, and indulging ins cer.
!tale secret habit. Seth persons, before content - plating
ItUA R R I•A E
!1111041(1 reflect that a sound Mind end tiody are thetortbe
toessary requisitestopromoteconnutditamerMerk 4044
Without these, the journey through life becomes a
pilgrheage; the proeiket.hortidy darkens:to the vier the—
.mind becomes sbadowed,with despair, and faleduith the
Imelancholy; reflection, that the happiness of another be-
Comes blighted with our own. ---
pFEICE NO. 7 :BOUTHFItEDEJOCK STREET
TO STRANOEItg.—The many thousands cured at this
'lnstitution in the teat fifteen years; and the tturnenks bre
'portant stirgical operations performed by witnessed
by the reporters of the papers, and many other persons,
notices of which have appeared again and 'again before
the public, is a suifietent guarantee to the afflicted. ,
N. B. There ars no many ignorant and worthless quacks
Advertising themselves ne Physicians, ruining the health
Of the already al:dieted, Dr. Johnston deems it' necessary
to say to those unacquainted with his reputation, that his
Diplomas hang lath office. -
TAN.E Nonce.—All letters mast be post paid, aid
;martin a postage stamp for the reply, or no answer will
sent [mar 1641 y.
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Rl7 DER'S FRANKLIN COUNTY
NURSERIES.—Faun AND OMIAMINTAL TRU%
GUM% VISTA, STILAWBERRI PLAN T& Em—The„, largest
stock to select from In the - county. 'Ererreleg in the
FRUIT TREE and PLANT.Iine that is at all desirable,
4n be supplied from the commonest standard Fruit Tree,
to the rarest and most choice native or foreign species or
variety of FrUlt or Flower. Our Standard- Apple Trees
are unusually- fine, stoutheay trunks furnished wi th fine
branching- heads, from three to Ave feet Atm the ground,
as May be desired. Our aim is togrow the best Wirt'
thing, pruning and culticatlng brion scientific prhiciples,
neasequortly, ,our preductionslfte not offered is oaropett•
..on with Trees grown upon the old let-alone system. Art
invitation is extended to Alt who are interested in fruit cul
ture, to come amrsee for-themselves.
A large stook' 'of, Greenhouse and Bedding Plants,
hoses, dro., in potaftellthe ready in April and MaY. , - En
close a three centntomp far descriptive catalegr_re Fruit
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Addresi B. L. MISER,
West Franklin Nurseries,”
Near LosidorwPranklitreo.i Fe
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SUFFEREII2.—A gentleman, oared miens De•
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ror, actuated by a desire to benefit olebatOrillb6 1 , 1 i i , , X
to furnish to'alt who need it, (free of obsirge); the,,,_,.,..
add directions fig making the simple temedgmono .. ''''
c4so. - Ettfferete wishing to profit by the adrertlteeil bad
rtiMloo, napoleon a awe and valuablkataidl , call
eo by addressing him at once at his pguisitrbuthlefs.
i ) Recipe met , A2l information—of' vitla
win be ebeerftdly sent by return mall.-
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