Newspaper Page Text
V . etIP 1 k (
8 AND Ei iE NK_ .
J4* d: eider, TreiCrinxr of the cowup of Frastkin, is
4=04 via said Co.: ..: •
-- '' RECEIPTS. Da:
To eadeteollied hitnn George J. Salsley, late
Trtanaer, $44 SS
To anetof C o n
n State and Militia
-.Taxed, onto andlag nt last settle
-8.31.nni rot the yea 1263 6,111 0.1
To atoll of County, Taxes levied axe'
ameased for the ymr 18E+4. - 40,813 39
Usual of State Taxes .. _35433 55
To ain't of Militia Tax " . 1,795 50 .
To nada received on Commonwealth
outs 938 66
Tooolo'lo3 , Fees 24 00
To cash from J. Rees, Belief Fund 8 00
To auk on Spec' lel assessment 130
To - eash from the Commissioners , h ---
ingloans from the toffowlngsourees,
mince last settlement :
George Walk- 1,11 k)
'Dotage Johnston 2,000,00 C0
Abant. Shun 2,0)0 00
GeV. - H. S tump , ' 2,000 ID
David Slelebter 450 00
John 600 00
Stump . 503 00
David 13Heehter 350 00
eltharbie Foltz 500 00
Bank of Chambetsburgl . 2, 030 00
William Baader 900 CD
Geo. Dmitri& t IVO 00
J0ba11ie1m....i..... „, ........ •.- 1,360 al
J. B. Mona ' 500'00
John W: Kuhn ............ ......... 150 CIO
G. &H. Stump 7011 00
John Downey 1,000 00
John Bowman. 300 00
Bank at burg.
To cosh !soared on Mankato= li
To' cash statement reoeived from
State- Trawl* for paying State
Tax 1,560 M
EXPEINTDITURES. - CR.
COURT EXPENSES AND COMMONWEALTH iEES
- By paid ,Grand and Traverse •
Jurors, ell Term 8279 59
By cask ,Grand and Traverse
Jurors y Term 178 52
Breast pli A kUGrand t and Traverse
By cash. peld ugus Anna and Traverse
Jurors, October Term ... Xe 52
By cash paid 'Gram/ and Traverse
Jurors, January Term
By cash ow Samuel Brandt, sum.
marring Jurers __. _
-By cash paid William C. McNulty, 1
antes board 90 00
By east paid I. S. Brown, Juror's
llticash j:SI Tip Staves. 120 67
. WZIL G. 2113 tchell, Clark
of Courts 355 67
By cash pal !' W. S. Stenger, District
Attorney 614 00
By cash paid .1. Glower, Court Crier. 54 65
" Conshiples'ress, for ma
king returns fo Quarter Sessions.. 132 41
By cash paidSartel Brandt, Sheriff, - •
By brizing i Arlsatlre p ziai e w 12/ 55
fees in Ccrnimonwealth cases 182 09
.By cash paid Witness fees 1,088 80
By pa paid to Marks GehsicTe, Treasnrer, -
on orders Lin Directors - 13035 00
ROAD VIEN 4 /13 AND SERVEYB
14-cialtpald S. B. Salve7y, et. aL,
for surveying 21 - 00
BY Caste paid A. IL Etter, et. aL,
BRIDGES BUILT AND REPAIR&
By cash paid S. B. Flickinger for
bonding bridge across the Con'odo.
guiriett Creek, near Ellekinger's .
mill 1 '4O 00
By cosh paid Wm. Boesert, et. al. for
repairs ' • 81 00
By eash paid.Refanded Tax
-REPAIRS AT PUBLIC BUILIIINGS,
— By etutcpsdd Samuel Seibert, for re
. psdrat Court House • 4,500 00
By cash paid Jas. ging, for repair at
tiloart House 2,500 00
Steads paid Shepler & Clark, stools
Breech *draw:us & West, carper
- tar-work at prison
- ity,esah paid Prl CSOUonrad Whiting, ma
By nigh paid F. Reilly, masoning at
By cash paid Henry Finafrock, desk
and tables for office
By malt paid Henry linafrock, case
and table for Surveyor's office..
By cash paid, W. H. Sullenberger,
drawers far , s office 3 70
Bp cash paid - Ann Lapdig, et al. for
paPerlog and. painting Register's,
Prot onotary's and Clerk's offices. 140 00
_Geo. McGeehan, rea
soning. ... 5 00
cash J. E. Schofield, glaring.
at prison. 12 X,
By cash paid . J. E. Schofield, glaz.
By cash paid 8.8. Shryock, for Par
Bkrti t td D. K. Wtmderlich, D.
to and W. 8. Amberson,
Auditors 100 00
By cash paid I'. Hartman, qualifying
By cash paid Cumberland V. It. It.,
freight aaecords 00
By cash pa id Jas. G. Elder, for ma.
king new tax duplicates
—By cash paid Emanuel Kuhn. Sur.
'soya; recording MO drafts 400 00
By lash Paid J. A. Davison, recruit
By cash paid Caks & Linn, drayage
_ cur - records 615
- By cash raid' Eastern Penitentiary
_ for support of convicts 308 97
By cash paid IL S. Taylor, press and
sealsfor cothsty offices .
By cash paid ,H. Shade, for county
By rash -
paid Evans&West, snaking
boxes for packing "records 55 84
By cash paid expenses for sending
records away 56 55
By cash paidS. S. Taylor, for book.
case and chairs for office
By cash paid IL 8. Taylor, station.
ery for court
By cash paid -Wm. G. Mitchell, re
By cash paid Isaac Burrall, bounty.
H. Strickler for revenue
By cash paid Andrew ifferhart for
• 55 00
Br d cash pa dama si es ßrant & Flack, and
others, sundries 700
By cash paid board and horse feed
whilst holding triennial appeals... 102 &)
By cash *d W. W. Paxton for use
of the basement of the Methodist
Church for holding Court
—r Bycash paid Oaks & Lim, et al.,
hauling records 22 75
By eash paid. exonemtions on taxes
- for 1863—.7.
RELIEF OF SOLDIERS.
By cash raid for relief of soldiers
Ayoub paid Samuel Brandt, Sheriff,
boarding prisoners 1,13,1 17
By cash paid Samuel Brandt fur re
-moving prisoners to Penitentiary
and House of Refuge 283 70
-By cash paid Jacob Sellers, Deputy
Sheriff, superintending Prison.... 100 00
By cash *dila,. N. Stenger, Dep.
Sheriff, superintending Prison....loo 00
By cash paid Wunderlich & Nead, _
for coal j ,173 15
By: , Cash paid Oaks & Linn, for coal, ' -F - 34 45
Sarrel Brandt, for wood 85 al
ticking 31 56
" J. B. Miller, for tinware 27 83
" Thomas Metcalfe, fur
By cash paid Peter Feldman, for
-shoes for prisoners
By ash paid , Richirds & Snirely,
Byeash paid A. J. & H. 31. White,'
elothin,g for prisoner& 130 75
- Breath paid Brand- & Flack, for
By paid E. O. Boyd. for incr.
By cash paid Etter & Hamilton, tin
ware and 'lure
By ash paid. Jacob Smith; for stove
Eyster & Bre., for men,
By cash Paid Assessors for making
triennial assessment . 1,398 SO
By cash paid Asseuors for dist - Abut:
lug taxuoticas and making military
enrollment 344 52
By cab paid Assessors ‘on making
special assessment 74 49
By cash paid Dr. Wzn. 11. 80y1e.... 1L 00
W. S. Stenger .1 00
J.A. Swipe, J.P.. ;tat IC 42
" " Dr. A. IL Seuseny.... 20 pp
" " B. B. Davison. J. P.
" Dr. 8. D. Kell
JUSTICES' COSTS IN CON. CASES. ' ..
--- 113( cub paid P. Amman 164 67
' ; , J. EiMuclay 599
• :: 7._ " W. B. Blair 211
" Jobri A. Hysaorig.
~ .. 10. 50
" E. 3. Small , 8 97 .-
"• " John Cardman.. '. ' ... - 28 28
, " , Isaac Millpr : andlottpral__l6 53 - -2 9 711
-.CONSTABLES' COSTS IN COM. CASES.
By cash pal d S. R. I3oyd andothera , 331.68
, ARRESTING AND COMMITTING VAGRANTS.
By cash paid P. Hammen 95 90.
" . MIRKA Brant, 64 50
'-` " T. L. Fletcher 8 95
. . ~ . .
BORROWED MONEY 1 "--7--- A113. $l6B 35
By cash paid .W. Craig 2310 00 ,
---" • " . A. COP= 1,365 00
'Da rid Bowers ya 08
. " ...." James Clutritou 799 55 ,
" " ' Daniel Mader 2tio OD
" " 'Nancy Stouffer.— NS 00
" " ,John Croft 1,050'00 -,
" " John Chore lq! fE,
" " John „Itchrer; .. • ... . 594.65
" - '' B'k of ChambeisVuri. 2,0 , x , 00
" Samuel Brandt ...... .. 753 93 ' "
Thomas Pomeroy and
By cashpaid J. Ws Craig slid nthi,..„ ,
, Interest arid loan • 651 . 23
By cash paid David Slelchier, et.
al., interest 784 54
. _____-- $13030 85
By cash paid officers of )larch elec
tion 435 47 - . •
By cash paid officers of August elec - .
eon, . 511 34- - •
By cash paid officers of Oct. election. 592 10
" Nov. elecrlon. 52t 48 -
.) udges, counting
' soldiers' votes . 148 90 ,
By cash paid Clerks' and Justices'
By cash paid Constables' fees 83 50
. '• K. S. Taylor, Pretties. . •
otary, counting and filing soldier'
vote - _ 65 07
CO3IIIISSIONERS' OFFICE.. 82,416 51
By cash paid John Downey, services ,
as. commissioner 277 87
By cash paid Juo. Downey, Services •
In raids 25 00
By cash paid Hgiiry Good, services
- as commissioner '3 '44
BY cash amid ferry Good, services
1n militia 25 00 .
By cash paid John Nitterhouse, ser
vices as commissioner 70 00
By cash paid John Armstrong, ser
vices as commissioner 70 CO
By cash paid John Armstrong, seer
vices in militia 10 00
By easlipald Jno. Stewart, Attorney
to commissioners 75 IX)
By cash paid, Geo. Foreman, Clerk
.to commissioners 575 CO
By cash paid Geo. Foreman, Clerk
inmilitin 75 IV
By cash paid Stationery fur Office:. 21 99
By cash paid Wunderlich & Head for
coal 56 00
By cash paid Gas company 21 83 '
By cash paid for cleaning mart home
yard &o 106 47
By cash paid Robt. Anderson, white
washing court house - 31 50
By cash paid John Houser for scrub.
Mug. . . . .... .......
By cash paid - L.13. Eysier ..... gas
into court house 12.3 75
By cash paid Y. Elliot for valise.... 3 75
By cash paid Oaks & Linn, for 550
By mill paid J. B. Miller coal stove 13 50
---- - - 1,&30 '''
By,"'sh Pl l• ii t i l l =st to r n ;z r. C . ,;.. 357 f 1
.1. F. L. Rutter. binding
books for Ilegisten. otU'e • 58 ou
,paid 8. B. Fisher & Co.
binding records for Prothonotary
and clerk's Othee 09:0
By cook paid J. Louder, Records for
"Prothy's. office 31 50
By cash paid F. L. flutter, enroll
tient lists and record •• . 65 B)
By cash paid J. br. Snider, ledgers
for 'Treasurer . 18 75
By !mount of Chamber•ibtm; dupli
cate W 2 27
" " Antrim 247 30. t
" Pannett 624 28
" Guilford 435 25
" fleece 923 95
Greencastle 245 07
" Hamilton 92 97
!mgen 74 31
" Leti.rtenny • : 710 05
" Montgomery till 62
Mercersburg 536 es
" . " Metal 1 115 31
" Quincy 547 04
" Southampton 335 ai
" St. Thomas c 551 11
" Washington 265 81
" Waynesboro 419 23
Warren IEO 52
" Washington f0r1863... 488 22
" State Treasurer 36,667 57
2 per cent collevtions al
lowed Treasurer un
Statetas. 539.008,00 7110 16
.. " 5 percent allowed Trea.
surer °nil ucksters I i . 11
centos MO 13 .50 11.,
.. " 4 per cent Treasurer on
the collection of $3l,-
- Z4,59. Co Tax I,ZI 74
" " 4percent allowed Ma , "
Cures on militia Tax 14
" " 1+ per sent allowed
' Treasurer fordisbure
inn; $35,E153,50 p 37. 38
„ 4 per cent allowed the
county on State Tax
e39k01e,05 1,560 32
" " Abatement allowed tax
payers - 1,385
By balance due the dowdy 2,360
To cash from late Tretuoirer 44 P 5
To outdanding taxes for mat__ 6,111 04
To County tax for 1.244 40,P11
To State " 3,3,531 55 -
To " " ii,7as 50
To loans.' 24,175 00
To Comnionwealth oostn. 938 66
To jury fees, &c :33 30
To 4 per cent. on State tax 1,830 32
BY Court expensesaud Commonwealth fees.. 1,-4.1+1 1 -A8
"- Poor House 13,034950
" road views and surveying 119 00
" repairs at public buildings. 7,3:t5 63
" bridges built and re-lairs 1.403 8.5
" miscellaneous. - 1,188 89
" Eastern Penitentiary :.109 97
Prison expenses 2.ele sr
" relief to soldiers families 4.302 3(1
" Assessors' pay 1,767 81
" inquisitions 9(l'u4
" Justices and Constables' costs 7irkt el
" elections 2.41(1 51
" loans paid....l 13,000 85
" vagrants ',. lic' 35
" Commissioners office 1,50, 80
" Court lion.. expense. . .. 382 55
" printing and binding books 1.020 00
" outstanding taxes 7,889 9'2
" Treasurer's commissions. 2,897 10
" exoneratious and abatements 5,04 94
State tax. 36,667 57
" balance due county 2,360 62
COUNTY DEBT AND ASSETS Jan. sth 1865
Total amount of rummy borrowed for bounty
and relief parpows. .51,000 00
Cash in bands of Treasurer at this
date.. ' 112.360 52
Ourstataling taxes In the bands of
collected* for 1864 7,889 92
-- 10,250 44
Actual indebtedness of the county exclusiveof
aocruing Interest not due 840,249 56
We. the undersigned Commissioners of Franklin coon.
ty, Nana. in testimony of the correctu'ess ut the foregoing
tweet/tit, have hereunto set our hands el the Gornto's,"lon
ers' °Mee, this sth day of January A. D., 1e65.
We, the Auditors of Franklin comity do certify that we
have examined the drafts of the Commissioners, with the
receipts fur the same, upon Jas. G. Elder, Esq.; Treasur•
er. as also the bills and amounts to the Comsnisslonerf of
13ce, upon which such drafts have been Issued from the
eighth day of January A. D., until the fifth day of
January, A. D. Ifft - o. (both days inclusive) and dud
Instance due from James G. Elder, Treasurer, of two
thousand three_ hundred and sixty dollars and tiny two
cents. D. 11. MARTIN,
W. S. A3l-11E1ISON, ) Awls.
Attest: - M. MART'S,
A.MOFNT PAID BY THE DIFFERENT CONSTA
• BEES SINCE SETTLEHENT.
. . -
Henry Ditch, Antrim township S2IS 33
Harris Finley, Pannett township . 472 02
J. 11. Shively, Green township . 120 00
John Kauffman. Greencastle 130 fni
Andrew Baird, 'lanaiMos township 2.( VI
Henry &conger, Dugan township 50 MI
Wilikon Furbent o Letterkenny township 100 110
James Witherow, 'Atha township Hs 31
Juoub Hunlman, Peters township 99 00
Jacob Mum, Quluey tuwhabi p 265 00
Hugh Smith, Southampton township ' 30 (X)
Jacob Shew , St( Thomas tots uship 115 00
Jamb H. Hoover, Washington township- 217 10
W. P. Horner, Waynesboro' . 419.82
Samuel Seerint, Warren township 157 00
J. G. ELDER, Trensurei.
RECEII'TS AND EXPENDITURES
o f the Poor House and House of Employment of
Franklin County, for Mi. year commencing January Ath,
A. TY.1064, and ending January 24, A. D. letis:
Balance in hands at last settlement i 144 07
Received from James 0. Elder, CountrTrette.
For the month of January, 1914 -,, ........ 1,9:5 (10
do do February' do Spy 00
eta do March, do 1,360 00
do - do ' April, do 1,415 00
do do May do 700 00
do do June do . 1,115 00
do do " Jelly do 400 00
do do August do 1,050 00
do' do Septemberdo •1,160 00
do d 9 October do J,270 00
do , 1.16 November do 670 00
do do December do 2,3C9 00
I'he following sums lea e been received, frpm
From James Chariton, former Stewanl 144 40
From Wm. 311irath, present Steward IA 70
From NV ttco ll ected
. S.Evere, money
Total receipts ~...
Amount of Outstanding drafts of previous year.. $99 12
Amount paid out-dourPauPers ~. =0 00
do Justices of the Peace on of
rem - oval. &c 97 00
do constables for removing paupers,
mileage, bus 109 00
do for coffins 208 00
do ' other &unties for supporting-pau
pers belonging to Franklin co. 705 00
do for removing insane paupers to
Pin - State LunsitiollooPifel.... 15 75
do for medical attendance to outdoor -
. paupers 175110
do Perm'a BLue Lunatic Hospital for
insane paupers 180 00
‘bg for relief oceash.ned hp nrYl,lPnt 155 00
OUTSTANDING TAX FOR 1804.
e 111.275 61
et)e .franklitt Repository, iiiantbersbttil, -
do' ibr adverligni- annual statopept 74 72
I\•DOOIE EXPENDITURES AND ,E l / 4 - PEIsTES OF
Auto= paid for wood_
do for c0a1.....
do for beef.....
do for pork
•do for Z 77l -e.
do for ~ ..4 gam - 1,075 45,
do for shoes and cobbling 301 6 . 7
do for drug." ... 94 (Xi
do fur tobacco 104 88
do for gneensware and rackety.... :17 19
do for fish, • 635
do for hardware 45 37
do. for repairs. 17 10
do for tin•ware Ir , 00 -
do for corn 565 1...1 .- -
do for rye, .17 (N)
do for outs, for seed. 35 00
do for corn brooms.
do for draft books ..15 00
do for clothing. 507 50
do for stationery 10 00
do for blank books 5 Ott
do forpostage— 300
do for huts ' :15 00
i 6,9•23 is
EXPENSES OF FARM.
AMO4llt paid fur mending farming.uteuslls ... sas 0 0
do for emitting 75 00
do for labor on farm . 100 00
do far bariestlig " 250 10
do for leather and saddlery IS 00
do fur stock 30 110 .
,do for two bor.
, e 4 20) 00
' SALARIE.S. .
Amount paid Directors, and mileage 311 40
do Attorney and Clerk 100 00
do Physicluu • 100 00
do' Treasurer.. 100 00
do Steward • ' . 500 00
do Matron 102 00
do • Expenses on Treasurer's b0nd...1 0 3
Amount paid for unt-door expenses
do for in-door expenses.
do far farm
dp for salaries
Rainer iu Treasurer's hands
Whole number of out-door inatmens during the year,
1091 present number, 90. „-
We, the undersigned, Directors of the Poor and Douse
of Employment of Franklin County basing examined the
foregoing statement. do certify to its correetne4;
JOHN 'HEISLER, Dire
Attest JOHN 11. CEISWEM,
W1L13.4.)t S. EVERETT, Attorney and Clerk. sr
We, the undersigned—Auditors of Franklin county, do
certify that we haw exowined the foregoing account of
Charles G eiwicks. Treasurer of the Directors of the I'uor,
sod find it correct, and abto find a balance iu his bands of .
$734 73. 1). B. 3IARTIN,
W. S. AMBERSON, } Ands.
Attest : ' 31. MARTIN,
L%7lLk:: S. CaleSE, Clerk.
PRODUCE OF POOR HOUSE FARM FOR 1804.
50 loads 6f , 20 loads of Corn Fodder, 572 bushels of
Wheat. 18 ba‘hls,,fßye, 201 bushels of Oats. ao bushels
p o tw om 450 of Corn, 800 heads of Cabbage 3
barrels of Saur Kraut, 10 bushels of Beets, 11)0 bushels of
Winter Apple", 2 barrels of Thekles, 4 Imrrels of Vinegar,
.2031 gallons of Molarsess, 45 bushels of Sugar Cane Seed,
3,020 IfiA of Pork, 1,090 Ihs of Beef, 390 Chs of Veal.
5 head of Ifors,s, 12 Milch Cows, 12 h,•ad of Young
C.031e, 4 Brood S.l x. 2 Bourn. 20 head of Shoter, :300 the
of lard 2313.1 ths Tall o w, 1,000 lbs of Beef, 3,000 Ma of
Pork, 1 4 kettle.; of Apple Butter.
NUNBER OF PAUPERB IN TIIE INSTITUTION
Average number of paupers duripg the year 97
Number of meals given to 'wayfarers• 756
Number of deaths 14
Number of births. 4
Number of children halentured. ' 8
febB WSL M'GRATll,'Steward.,
HENAY STRICKLER, RESISTER OF
Franklinto.; in account with tI tiountionsvenltli of
Dec. 18, Col. Tax from Es. of Mary .1. Walker en el
" Rodgers 20 25
George Stmup , z I S 18.
" •, Eliz'th Study 1 76
" Juo.liowe, Sr. 17 05
" •' 7oany Crawford 57 35
...gooey Shelly 216 46
'Martha Byers 19 55
llory 'Coker 60 00
Eardline ('trice 49 08
Betsy Frantz ' -50 43
Jane 3, o •• Magdalena Streit 100 CO
Av. 30, " Samuel Gilmore 100 PI.
Sept. 8, " '' . John Detwiler 14 84
.. 13, " " •'"..Nliehael Coble 100 48
" 15, • '•John T. Renfrew 119 79
.. 'Nancy eln,ton :CI 1.0
Oct. 90, . 4 atary D. Auison 33 00
" " Jane Burns 25 00
"4- :,, " David Royer 72 00
Total $1,241 61 4
' Balance due Begiiter r 02
Deo. 31. Cash to .1. L. Black. appraiser of_ no-
IRA.) rothy Jarrett's salute 31 50
Jan. 5. Cash to J. L Black, appraiser of Geo.
~ Stumps estate 150
Feb. 13. Cash to John Withennv, appraiser of
Mary Ileddes` estate 3 20
" Z. Cash to T. J. NM, appraiser of Nutley
Shelly's estate 1 50
April' 3. Cush to Wm. Auld, appraiser of Mar
tha Byers' estate 150
" 21. Cash to J. L. Black, appraiser of Ent
. elute Crier's estate 1 50
" M. Cash to John Rowe, appraiserof Betsy
Frantz 's estate... 3 20
May i. Cash to C. li. Davison. appraiser of
Mary L. Allison's Estate 1 70
" 14. Cash to Ceti Cook, appraiser of Syd•
nee 3L Van Lear's estate ........ ... 1 70
" 23. Cash to Wm. It. Pomeroy, apAser
of Margaret Deveny's estate I 70
" 20. Cash to John Pldlipis, appraiser of
Magdalena Streit's estate 1 70
June it. Cush to - J. L. Black. appniiser of Cath.
tineider'; estate 3 00
July 2. Cash tq Jacob Sellers, appraiser of
Michael Coble's estate 4 50
Sept. 15. Cash to Emamtel Kuhn, appraiser of
John T. Itenfrew's estate 1 55
30. Cash to Emanuel Kula! appraiser of
Nancy Clugston's estate. 155
Oct.. IQ. CaSit to Peter 'foliar, appraiser of
Philip Foust's estate 175
Nov. 14. Cash to Henry (load, appraiser of
Charles Hock's estate ,$......... 455
" 17. Cash to J. L. Black, appraiser of Mar.
the, Simpson's estate 1 55
March 3. Paid State Treasurer 170 02
June 2. " 910 60
•Sept. 5. "
Dee. 3. " "
Commission 5 per rent. ou U5ll 62
The - undersigned, Auditor appointed by the Court, of
,C o mmon Pleas of Franklin county, Pa., to audit uud ex
amine the account of H. Strickler, Register of said county,
relative to coßatteml inheritance tax, hereby certifies the
tibot e statement thereof to be correct and true thr the the
mil year coding ;111th of November, 11 1 64, and that there is
now due said Register from the commonwealth, two cents.
Witness, my hand this Ifith stay of January, A. D.,
1.11125 E. J. BONEBRAKE, Auditor.
MONEY W AN TE D.-BRAND 6:
FLACK respectfully request all Persons knowing
themselves indebted to them by mites or hook accounts to
call and make immediate settlement. The necessity of
this notice is apparent to every one, and we hope those in.
&Med will report at once. aug'24-tf
POR TE R S
WINES AND LIQUORS.
LAUMAN, SACCADE & CO.,
NO. 12e SOFTII NINTH STREET.,
Ben Chutnut and Walnut Sired', PXl(4lelphia.
A. M. RAI.LtI)E, -
utvr,sE. GAIWUAT &CO.'S
SUPERIOR COGNAC BRANDY,
VINTAGE OF DC A,
Each bottle nettled with 'men wax ‘iith theinftiiils 14 the
LAUMAN, BALLADE & CO
SUPERIOR OLD MADEIRA WINE
FINE SHERRY, CLARET AND.
AND AN. ASSOIMIEN r OF
FINE BRANDS OF CILVIPAGNE.
OSBORNE & CO.'S
VF.UI FINE AM) ra:Lic.vrir
OLD PORT WINE,
Each Nine Pealed with yellow wax with the of the
LAUMAN, SALLA DE Sr. CO.,
N 0.128 SoitarlYinth Brut PhiladdrAin. ,
OLD RYE WHISKEY,
• - OLD WIIEAT WHISKEY,
W R T ' S 'W II ISKE Y,
'LAUMAN, .SALLADE & CO.,
, No. South Ninth Street, Philadelphia.
WANTED.—A SUBSTITUTE - not lin-.
ble to mill o dot% Apply of Mk "Moe. to, It,
COFFEES - TEAS, SUGARS —Just re
v ceiced at E. D. REID'S.
MINCEMg A V.--=A 'fresh Buptils - ut
VT A '3l-8 AND BEEF—A. large lot of
I:fresh cured rite }lams and Dried at
4- REID S.
ORANGES, LEMONS. RAISINS, CUR
rants, Citron. brietl Apples. Dried ellexien. itc.,
.0 0filit17D'S. -
F"H.-N o. 1 Shore Mackerel, illorieil
_llalibit i Dried Gad. Shad. .5..., at ' laillYS.
p. UCKWHEA'r AND, 1101INY.—Just
ji received a lot or Neu- Jersey treslt ground Buck•
tkirt Meat; pure white Monthly, lioup Beane, at
ON 10 N .—Wetherlield and Gantry
oak., a u rge at • REID'S._
147ERri itio OSINE OILOiIChAND LAMPS
nd r .-Sti.
peur Kert", amber agiur
Sluidex. Lantenm. 41.. e.; at
, iLinis of Erabet.
W l Nl'Elt 'PINY. TABLE. Fll'E %TINS DAILY
to and ,1.1. Piilndaphia and Pitt.burg. On and after
Sunday. Or•ober 314. Itni4, the Pmennnter Traino the
poomnyirlinid ltnilnel Company will depart trtnn Ulmer
burg und arria :!t ladelphin and rittbburtr an follon,
THROUt ;11 EXPRESS TR Al X Inners Harri+bnrir
ly at 2.4 .t. H.. and arnres at Went Philadelphia at R. 15
PAST LINE Rm.! Horrbiburg &fly (ein+ :Slnnilny)
at P.. 00 A. 3i.. and arriyja at West Philadelphia at P 2.40
Pnmenzern tall breakfast at Luueutter. -
- E 4.261 39
.. 6,923 16
. 768 10
. 1234 65
. 734 73
.111.111. TRAIN leaven Ifitrrinbarg daily (axeept Salt
day) at 1.30 Y. M.. and arrive:. at Wet,t-Philadelphia at 3.
PITTSIII Rfi AND ERIE EXPRESS leaven Ilarri.t.
burg daffy (except Sntutuv) at 11.7,N3 31., and arrive: at
Went Philadelphia at 24.
iA It Itl tBCRG AEP(.33I3IIII3ATP ni TRAIN, led, ex
Harriednint - daily (except Sunday) at 4.® 3'. .33.. and or.
rivet, at Went Philadelphia ut 9.30 .11. T kta train hoe no
conarcthm from the Wrlt,
COLUMBIA ACC63I.IIODATION TRAIN leaves liar•
rixburg daily (except Sunday) ut 7 .t. it., and arrive. at
LIMMI,ter tit 9.13 0. 51.: connecting (except Oil Monday)
with the non Line clad.
PITTSBUIta .I.NE ERIE EXPRESS linsves
burg daily (except 80liday) ut 12.35 A. M. Altoona_ 0.50
A. M., Like breutfask a arrive at Pittsburg . at 12.401%.2.
BAI.TI3IORE EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Harrisburg
daily (except Humbly) at 2.25 A. 34: Airom. 0.12 A. H.,
take breakfast. and amt es ut Pittebdrtr at 1.40 Y. At.
T 1111011: H EXI'IIESS leaves •Ilarridaird daily at 3.-
25 A. 31.. Altoona at 0,15 A. M., take breukfdst mid arrive;
at Pittsburg: at •2.411 P.. M.
tiT LINE leaven Ilarnsburc daily' (except Sunday)
ut 4.00 P 3f.: Altaoau at 9.111 P. 3.1., take supper. and
rives at Pittsburg. at ::.00 A. H.
TRAIN 14, es Harrisburg dully (except Sun
day) at 1.40 v. tl.: Altoona ut 7.55 31., take supper, sad
arrives at l'ittsburg at 1.30 g a.
3101.'NT .1()1i ACCOMMODATION tveat lenves,Lan
raster at 11.g0 A. M., dunneeting there will: the Mall west;
leaves Minuet Joy 3111.51 A. If" antrarrlvnitut Harrisburg
at I.OU I.
, - -
front Pitu.bortr, whieh arrives at Harrisburg at 6.30 P.M..
stop: there, Itts,"agers for East of Harrisburglay averum
til 11.:11 I. It. SAMUEL. D. TOUNG,, -
novu Sup% Middle Div. Parma. H. It.
NTowriIERN,,CENTRAL - RAILWAY
_LI FALL TIME. TABLE.—Four Traim Cp
and from Eattirsore ziltd trankington City.
Counetiqn4 mule with trains on Pennsylvania Railroad, -
to and from PittFbarg and the Went.
U It TRAINS !DAILY to and from the North mad
We.t Brunch Surquehauna, Eludit and all of Northern
Neva• York. ,
Jn aid aft, .Ilon4lny. Oct. 17th, 1E64. the Pamertger
Tteh.n of the Northern Central ILailway will arrive at am!
depart from Ilani•Morg and Baltimore :.
•• leave. Harrisburg ' I:20 P.M.
arrives ;it Baltimore - , 50 Y.Y.
EXPRESS TRAIN leaves SuabtuTdaily 4 (ex• ,
eept Sunday) ' 11:11, P.M.
leave:An arrisbarg (eMe e pt
Monday) 2:50 A.M. "
an - iies at Baltimore 2:00 A.M.
HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION leaves,
Harrisburg \, 7:00 A.Y.
SUNBIIIY ACCOMMODATION leaves Sue.
bury daily (ex. Sun Say)... 740 A.M.
PHILADELPHIA EXPRESS TEALS leaves
Sanbaryitlaily(ex. Bunday) - 9:d.51t1L
N I.ol'l'llW ABB.
MAIL TILkIN leaves Baltimore daily (except
Sandal"). 940 A.H.
leaves Ifarrialnum - lt:13
arrives at Sunbury. • ' 4:05
EX PRESS TRAIN leaves Bahhooro dunk... 9:3U- P.M.
Iyyaav Ilareisbnig 1:-)0
lotivtlr Harrtabatg daily (ex
arrives at Sunbury . 4 5.53 A.m.
ERIE EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Ballialon ,
daily (except-Sunilnes) at.. 7:30 P.M.
leaves RaiTislntrz daily (ex
rept Sundays) at I i. 0 :35 A.M.
•• ' arrives at Snabure at 3:25
ACCOMMODATIOIs: leaves •
Baltiwore daily(ex. Monday 3:00 P.N.
arrives at Flurrisburir at. 7:50 Est.
SUNBURY Alto3llloDATlONlenves Bur-
The Erie Expre.sandinithufelphla Expre.are through
train. 4 to slid from Erie and all intermediate points: Mail,
and Express trains run through to Minim
For further information apply at the °flier, in Penagyl
oetail4 J. X ISTAItRY: Gen. Supt.
HILADELPHIA AND ERIE RAD,-
-- ROAD.—This grout,line truventea the Northern and
Northw,t eolxnties - of Peuusylvuniu to no: t ity ufEtie, ou
11 has been leaned by the l'eutisylvtinin Ibtiln,utl Cone
Puny, and is operated by . thern.
Its entire length was ottened fur inmsengt-iand freight
business. October 17th. 1071.
TIME OF PASSI:NOER TRAINS AT HARRIS-Brits.;
Leek Haven Acennuatithition
Mail Train ' 1:15 A. H.
Luck 'Wen Areerroitudation 1:90 g.lt
Pzee'enger Cars run tareugh on Mall Train, a - ithont
change both ways behvern Ptriladelplduund Erio, null
Baltimore and Erie. i
Elegant Sleeping (Arson Mall Train both a nyn between
Philadelphia and Lonsk Haven, and on Eltnint',Exprma
Train both mays between' Williausap.rt and Baltimore.
For inflannition reapecting Passenger lntsiness apply at
Corner :Mb and Market Streets, Philadelphia.
And for Fmight business of the Companv'e Agents
8. B. KINiNTON. Jr., Car. 13th and Market Ste., Pill..
J. W. REasotna, Erie,
.J. N. Littltt, Agent N. C. R. 11.,-Thiltimore, Md.
IL H. HOUSTON,
Gee. Freight Agent, Philadelphia.
H. W. °WINNER,
Gen. Ticket Agent, Philadelphia.
JOB. D. POTTS. "
fa 18,65 Gen. Manager, Williamsport:
01.131BERLAND , VALLEY Ar. FRANK
LINv RAILROADS.—CHANGE OF HOURS.—
On and after Momlay. Oinober 31, 1801, Passenger Trains
will ran daily, as follows. (Sul .eerte 4),
FOR OHASII3ERSBURG AM) HARRISBURG:
Leave Hagen:Jou - a
" Gi4eneastle..L '
" NAvville. , , ,
" Carlisle . 6:30 111:10_ ;4G iG
" Meehanlesbig - 70,1 10:42 :1:16
Arrive at Ilurriebnr 7:30 11:15 3:45
FOIL (MADDER. BURG AND 11AGEIISTOWN :
A.M: P.H. p.sr:
Leave Harrklaw a. . 1 0435 - 1:40 4:15
••, Steelutnieulturg• 0:47 2:20 4:50
" - CurliEle i • 4.27 2:50 1:15
" Newville ! 1002 3:H
' - Shippetisburgj • 10:33 4:04 ,
Arrive ar - Llhunibersbitric ' 11:00 4:35' n
Leave Clunubersburg 7-11:10 4:45 .
tireeuetnitle ! 11:55 5:35- -
Arrive at 11agerton II! 12:35 6:15 ,
. , .
Making. e 1... cannot-don, la Ilurrithurg with trains tor
Philadelphia, New York and Pandiurg, and with trains
for id I point% West. ; .
The Train learitur :Harrisburg - at 4.13 r. M. runs only as
far an Carltsln. 0. N. LULL, rturt. .
R. It. Office, Ctwrn'g, 0ct.31 , 1564.
I, I P 0 I'S
- -COUGH BALsAm!.,.
Dr. StriAlantrxMkilitha., cough Itdsmn is warranted
to cure Coughs, Wits, Hmirsmiess, Asthma, Whooping.
Cough, Sire Throat, Consumption, and nit atleetions of the
Throat and Lungs.
Fur sale by C. Cressler, Chotnlwrshurg . o,,, ne hd
Depot, No. 6 East Fourth Street. Cincinnati. Ohio.
I ,A~R R H (E • A !
11 All the medical Dien and the Press recommend
DR. STRICKLAND ANT I.CIDoI.ERA MIXTURE
os the Only certain remedy for Diarrhied nod Dysentery.
It is a combination id A.11 . 1111:1•1114, Absorbents, tititno
lents and ettradnatlti.s, and is a arrefittal to effect a elite
after gall other means has e failed.
Poi 'kale by C. IL Cre.slor, Chatnycrsburg. General
Depot, No. 6 East Fourth Street.42itrinnati, Ohio.
s T R l i e K L IA K D'S
Dr. Strickland's Pile Remedy has cured thousands of
the worn` eases ,of Shirai and Bleeding` Illes. It wives lm.
mediate relief and effects a honnttnent cure. Try it di
rectly. It In warranted to cure.
For sale by C. U. Cressler, Chtunbersburg. General
th.ixd-, 6 East Fourth;Strect,,Ciaeintiti, Ohio. noc:nly
'D YSPEPSIA., NEIIVOU,SNESS AND
DR. STRICKLAND'S 1 , TONIC.
W e can reconituouit those su ff ering aitia ham of Appe:
tile, Indigestion, or Dygpepstn, Nerrousness and Ne;TVlnli
Debility, to use Striekland'sToule. It Is it vegetable pre.
paragon, free front alcoholic liquors; it strengtheas the
whole sierroux system., it creates a gptpd uppetife, and in
warranted to cure Dyspepsia, 11131.12iervoitt Debility. -
Foraale, by Druggists generally, at $1 perbottle. Pre
paredb7 Or. A. Strickland, 6 East Fend!, Street Cineiti
unti Cressler Agent Clatonlmrshurit
risku.g. daily (ex. Sunday) 4:00'1..0
1:40 A. M.
1:30 r. IL
-Drugs ant ittetitino.
lit I L'L L
E!ir DRUG' STORE,
one door irest
' AEU, sE. : LECTEIP STOCK
. and all the nett
West End,of Brown's Rotel
(i HA N - Gr E YOUR COLORS. —Fluidly
ye full assortment, al NIXON'S.
CAPPE D - 11 AS' D S SPEEDILY
cured by'a Snap sold, id NIXON'S.
OHNS T -AT
CLEAR OUT THE RATS.—Use Cos
tar. Sold by NIXON.
LONG LIFE AND GOOD HEALTH.-
liffelllahler's Herb Bitters NIXON, §ule Agent
THE IMPORTANT AIDS TO
A. saved heidthand low life, such as pure Dmigs and
Medicines; can always be had id NIXON'S.
QWEKT BUTTER AIkTD PURE MILK
A.3wo alweye be obtained, through the use of NIXON'S
PREPARE FOR :-W AR.—Johnston's
Itheninutio Compound will prelate you for the spew
Campnigu. To be, bud at NIXON'S.
po It -ACTIVE DUTY.—Away _
Cruileheiroul runee--11,..iJohuston!a Bike tuneSe One
I .P. oo d 1 .. • NiXON, Sole Agent.
E 31 . -6 V, A L
DRUG R TORE'
ha,' I,rri, removed
. . .
MAIN STR EET,.
' in Dr. Richard's New Building, -
- neat door to'
Hamilton & Co's Tin. ate Store.
C. H. CREBBLtR, successor to HETEFER & CltEae•
LEU. has opened is bis new room, on second street, oppo
site the Poet Office, where et my effort will be made to
sustain the popularity the 41 establishment had acquired
A continuation of this liberal liatrtinake which the firm re
ceived is respectfully solicited. - A fadr stork of Drafts,
Cheldicals, and Patent Medicines is now offered. Also a
desirable assortment - of
Perfthhery, - •
= iCloth Brushes,
. Tooth Bnubes,
and. Fancy Articles In great variety. -
KEROSENE LA111.5.,-Every description of Band
fampa•Stand Lumps, Banging Lamps and Side Lamps
suitable for Kitchen use, Purlor use, Store use and Mee
THE BEST COAL-OIL IN THE MARKET.
Family Dyes of all Colors.' EVerything in it DlUggiSte
line of businesa.
rrPrescriptions recrive special -attention, and are
compounded with cure and skilL C. H. CRESSLER,
„ , Sacoad , Strevt,opitsite,the I,Nwt. Office.
WHOLESALE ANA RETAIL!
The undersigned having ptirthaSed the entire Stock, uud
Fixtures of the Rape and Twine_ Manufactory, of J. P.
Drey, dee'd, respectfully announces to herfrtends, and the
former patrops of the establishment, that she will continue
to carry oo the business, in all its various brunches,
- THF;OLD STAND,
on Franklin street, Chambersburg, where she will be pleas•
ed to receive the calls and orders &the public. All kinds,
sizes, and qualities of
ROPES, CORDAGE, TWINES, &C.,
always kept ou baud or made to order of the best material,
and &indeed nt reastuusble priers. In <value:dm with the
above btriluefs,.sbe is also prepared to maLuMeture
HAIR, lIL'SK, AND OTHER
as well as 'forte Junkets and Fly. Ice to of superior gust
ity and style. Persons to wont of sniteritif articles In the
above line are requested toedll. or send their order*, which
will be attended to proroinly.
FRUCIi URI!. MILL STONtS.-
Manufactory Liberty Street, near the Cotton Factory," 4
The undersigned announces to the Mule that he contin
nes to manufacture and bnportilirret from the most eels
Muted quarries in France, the bed qualities-of -
• -FRI:NTH 33UHR•MILL STONES,
which he offers at reasonable - rates:and guarantee& satin.
faction to the gurehnser. Also—Every number to use of
the celebrated ,
OLD AUE.ER_BBANO BOLTING BLVD,. .
Orders by mull promptly utteuded to, awl goods for
7artled by iluilroart, ennui or express, ltdesleed.
W. IL ,KEPN/a,
as am) NM 10 Went Mute Street numb - burg, Pa.
ICZamb'sr Repository publish 3m Rod mutt bill w this
ntllee .snediats/y fur cullection.—Harrisktow Telegraph.)
AIL CLOTH ! OIL CLOTH ! . -.l' ust re=
ceivd and fur Bale's latr lQt of Oil Cloth, for Floor
Table anal Stairs, all *lda's, and very cheap at
fang . METCALF &11-MESH-MIL
TOI3 PRINTING in every style done at
th, uttler of the FRANKIIN RFPOVVIRT
H A R W A R•, E
ffIYBER & TO-LBBRT
neatly opposite "air old place of business,
with an ext ettiiire stock of hardware, Cuttary,,l...c., -
, 00.611 g• in pirt of - '
• - ,Nailt,, - -
r .s'o es
I.llages;, . .
as they urn
tururnish in any quantity
' everything In their line.
Call and examine our Monk.
COACH AND SADDLERY
itAnDw A nil.
The subscriber revectrullyinfonits htei farads hml the
ntblic, that he Continue* to earn• uu the alswe btisfuess.
t his old stood, on Mule Street, opposite the German Re^
fonued Church, tallAMPllltt3liUlLU.l. PA.
flaring ealarged his business, Saddlcro and Coach•
makers will find in his :Attire Root,, u general assortment
of goo& intittid to their set, end requirements, such as
Fair. and Country flopiokius,
• Patent Leather,
Saddle 'Crees and lib-thin:A
Gig 'Frees, all Plateil,
Tinned and Japarineir; float
Bil r, Straining Web and Wonted 'tub,
Web. lower than'tlattii 'i
flames; Bitsland Stirnips, elated. Tinned anti Jiiissuned
Catch Nand es, new #tyles; Curtain Frin ife4; Ifni, !land , :
Btidle Fnitt s; ltoseates. Sul, els and Ornaments ; Iron
Plated toad Wood (lig Games. .
IucKLE4.—BRANN, SILVER AND 'JAPANNED. ot
all Sty le, ;nal Patterns; Ivor): and Wooden Martingale
Rings, Stump Joint, and a variety of "titer gl.ds suitable
tar the trade
ALI: KENDS OF RLATINn, Sr, done with neatuecs
and de4citell. Edt;cl-11 LEWIS WAMPLEIL
0 H H A If I) W A H. E ; !
BRAND St FLACK
Had a few Ousts under the pavement, which were not
burned. Such as Locks, Hinget,, Screws and other Hard.
ware. Resides, they have Just received from New York
and Philadelphia a, very large It of goods, purclumed
cheaper thaa they are ;;;Pnerully sold. They having been
burned out, Rierelbre we °MT .. .Dom Nails, Docks, Hinges,
Screws. Mts, Oils. Glan.yain!. &e., at theloweidllgure.
TO MLACKS3LITEIS ANL/ FARMERS!
We have J u l hatshibout 10 Tom Iron of different kinds,
which we 1011 sell less than it win he Initiglit in the city.
Alai we hare 100 kegs of Nails and Spikes, we offer at
from li to 'lO Sollars per keg.,
Knives aid Forks. Scissors, Razors, Pocket Knives,
Spoons, - rte.,‘ just received from New York which we offer
very low. sepeB
CARRIAGE MAKERS' GOODS,
• at BRAND & FLACK'S.
SHOVELS, FORKS AND SPADES AT
each awl many other articles which-was in
the fire, which can be made .ts geed as new
at ISSAND & FLACK'S.
CEDAR WARE.—CaII at the Store in
. the Al!ey. BRAND &MACK.
WUNDERLICH & NEAD
FOATAIWING AND CO3ISthiSION MEUCHANTir
forth Second Street, oppatite Ure'Cuntberland
Railroad Depot, Chamberaborg, Pa.
Cam run regularly to and from Philadelphia and Balti
AGENTS.—Peacock, Zell & Hindman, No. 2:13 Mar
ket St., Philadelphia. . ' -
Lykens Broken Egg and Nutt COAL,. (armee
It e n t the mines), Wilkettboarre and Pine Grose FOUNDRY
COAL, LI7SIRER. SHINGLES, SALT, PLASTER and
Hancock CEMENT, kept constantly on hand.. FLOUR,
GRAIN and PRODUCE or Lill kinds purchased at the
highest cash prices.
- Sept 9.
Taos. L. GILLESPIE. ' JACOB ZELLER.
eI_ILLESPIE, ZELLER dc CO,d
VI PRODUCE AND PROVISION IiIERCIIANTS,
ANI) WHOLESALE GROCERS,'
North-West corner of Sixth and Darket Streets; Phila.
delphia. ' inolB, 63-tf.
m p - 0 R- T A T
It is well known to the medfcal profession that IRON
Is the - vital principle or Life-Element of.,the blood. Tlxts
is derived chiefly front the feat we eat ; but if the food is
not properly digested, or if, from any cause whatever, the
necessary quantity of iron is not taken into the circulation,
or becomes reduced, the whole system suffers. Thetsul
blood will Irritate the heart, will clogs up the lungs, Will
stupefy the brain, will obstruct the lien f and will send
Its disease producing elements to all' Parts of the system,
and every one will suffer In whatever organ may be; pre
dlsposedto disease. The great valite of
IRON' AS A MEDICINE,
Ii well known and acknowledged by hll medical men.
The difficulty has beento obtain such preparation of 'it as
will enter the circulation and assimulate at Once with the
blood. 'rids vein% says Dr. Hayes, 'Massachusetts State
Chemiit, has been attained in the Peruvian Syrup, by
coruhinationan a way before unknown:
THE PERU-VIAN'SYRUP •
is a PROTECTED solution of the PROXEDE OF IRON,
A NEW DISCOVERY IN MEDICINE that strikes at
the Root of Disease by supplying the blood with is Vital
Principles or Life Eleineht—lron.
THE PERUVIA-N SYRUP
Cures Dispeisda, Lh - er Complaint, Dmpsy, £elar and
Ague, Loss of Energy, Low Spirits.
,THE PERUVIAN SYRUP •
Infuses strength, rigor, and new life Into the system and
builds up an "Iron Coustitutlon.
THE PERUVIAN - SYRUP
Cure* Nervous, Affections, Female Complaints and all
diseases of the Kidneys and Bladder.
. THE PERUVIAN SYRUP
Ss a SPECIFIC for all diseases originating in a BAD
STATE OF' THE BLOOD, or accompanied by Debt i.
ty or a Low State of the System.
` Pamphlets containing certificates of cures and recum
meMiations Horn name of the most eminent Physicians,
'Clergymen and othenk, will be sent FREE to any address.
JOHN 11.1VILI.IAIdS, Esq., -
President of the Methlpulitan Bank, N. Y.
Rev. ABEL STEVENS,
Late Editor Christian Advocate & Journal.
Rev. P. cztuncn,
Editor New York Chronicle.
Rev. John Pierpont, Lewis Johnson, 31. D..
Rev. Warren Burton, Roswell Kinney, 31. D.,
Rev. Arthur B. Fuller, S. K. Kendall, 31. D.,
!Rev. Gordon Robbins, W. R. Chisholm. 31. D.,
!Rev. Sylvenes Cobb, Francis Dana. 31. D.,
!Rev. T. Starr King; Jeremiah Stone,'3l. D.,
'Rev. Ephraim Nute, Jr., Jose Antonio &weber, M.D.
'Rev. Joseph IL Clinch, A. A. Rays, 31. D.,
'Rev. Henry Upham. e Abraham Wendell, M. D.,
;Rev. P. C, Headley, !, J. R. Chilton, 31.. D.. -
Rev. John W. Ohnstentl, H. E. Kinney, M. D.
MARY E (TRAY
eparedby N. L. CLARK &CO., exclusively for .1
P. D . LNIDOTREI, .191 .BrOadway, New York.
Sold by all Drulrgbil&
V.DDING'S RUSSIA SALVE,
FORTY, YEARS' EXPERIENCE
has fluty established ihe superiority of 4
kEDDING'S ,RUSSIA , ECALVE
Overall 'other healing preparations.
It eures all kinds of Sores, Cuts, &alai, Barn, Boils,
I!leens, Salt Rheum, Erysipelas, Sties, ttles, Corns, Sore
Lip, Sore Eyes, removing the pain ones, emirs
diming the most angry•-looking Swellings . and Inflamma
tions as if by magic.
• ONLY 25 CENTS A ,IIOX.
FOB SALE Er
d. P. DINSMORE, Nu. 491 Broadway, New York.
& CCi., No. 48,Treracad street, Bostiii,
and he all nniirglsts. f ink 14 rnw•lc
Dave opened their store
on 'Ninth .glee(,
Paints, • •
Grind Stones, -
Pockit Knives, 6•t
Specialtafeutiou u calletl
Builderx ttml Contrartors,
NSVNDEULICH & NEAD
I"N V A L S ,
IRON IN THE BL-00D.
Fbruary •15; 186.5.
D — ALTIMORE LOCK
I, JOHNSTON, the fotnider of this Celebrated Medic •
don, offers the most certain. speedy, and may ,elfeetaal
remedy in the wield for Meets, Structures, _Seminal
IYeaka6is, Pain in- the 'Loins, Tmattittitional 'Debility.
Impotence, Weakness of the Beek and Limbs„ Affections
of the Kidneys; Palpitation of die Head, 13,3•speistia,
''tits irritability, Diseases of the'ltead. Thatral, Roca or
skin; and all those serionsend - melancholy disorders arts.
iug Vain the destriettte habits of Youth. trlltoh.desttny
both body and mind.; These secret and scaling pramices
are more fatal to their victims than the song of thoNyrens
to the 'mariner blighting their most brilliant
Impesor runicipittlous o renderingmarruige, &e., impassible.
Young Men especially.„ alto havebecome the rictinuruf
Bailin,' Vice, that dreadful unddestructiee habil whielinut
mentally sweela to an tuditacly grave thousands of young
men of the most milted talent and brilliant intelled,"lSha
"Opt Otherwise hate entranced !lateral* Senates with the
thunders of eloquence, or wated meestacy the living lyre;
may call - with foil confidence. •
• MARRIAGE! - -
Married persons. or young men contemplaftgrourrhle.
being aware of phrsicultrenkness,Mganic debility, deror
mitten: should iromedhurly consult Dr. Johnston.
lie trim place* himself under the run of Dr. Jollw""
fluty religiously e.ufi.l iu Lis 'honor us a gentleman, and
conlldently. rely upon Lis skill as a physician.
0101ANIC -WEAKNESS DIMEDIATELY CURED.
AND FULL VIDOR. RESTORED.
Thlidh•lease is the penally meet frequently paid by those
~w ho law+ become the victims of improper indultrences.
Young &mons are too apt to commit excesses from not
being aware of the dreadful consequences that may creme.
Now,,who thatunderstands the subjeet_will pretendtudeny
that the power of Brocreatthm is het sooner by those Culling
hdo humaper habit thau by tie prudent. Besidesbeingde
lprived; of the &adore of healthy oft Spring, and the most
serious and destructive sympathy to Mind and body wise.
The system becomes deranged, the physical and mental
powers weakened, nervous debility, dyspepsia, palpitation
of theheart. iudigcstion, a wasting of the frame, cough.
syndotas of consumption.
• ' • ' -.Office Yu. 7, South Fratztek Strat,
seven doors from Baltimore street, Bast side, up the stops.
Its particular in observing the uutue and number, or you
will mi-take the place.
A CURE WARRA . NTED IN TWO DAYS
No Mercury ur Nausrous Drws. -
DR. 701INSTO2i, •Ilember of the Royal College,sal
Stwgeous, London. graduate from one of the most enduent
Colleges of the - Ceded States, mil the greater 'plat of
whose life haw been spent in the hospitals of London,
Paris. an d elsewhere, hue elreeled' seine Ili
the mast asulnishing cures that were ever known. - .Many
troubled with lingiug in the, head awl ears when asleep,
wrest 'nervousness, being alarinetl ut sudden wands, toed
leashfoluess, with frequent hlushiaz attended sgrmetime.
with derangement of mind, were owed igiutadiately.
A CERTAIN DISE,ASEI
'When the misguided r ee l imprudent votary of pleasure .
find he has imbibed Meseta of thisieldhful disease, it too of
ten ImPpent, that an ill-timed sense of shame, ordreari of
sy,ver deters him from applying to those who failaeduca
tiou and respeetubility can alone befriend hitt, delayintill
the rot stitutiottulsymptoras of this honiddiseasemaketheir
uppearanee, such us ulcerated sore throat, di entietl nose,
nocturnal pains in lire head and limbs, dinintas of eight,
dettmese, nobs on the chin, bones and antc, blotches °utile
head, Tare mai extremities, progressing a, ith frightful ns
odity, till at last the palate' of the mouth or the bones of
the nose tali in and tire %lethal of this awful' Allstate be
comes a horrid object of commisscratiou, till death puts a
period to his dreadful sufferings, by sending him to. ' that
bourn from whence no traveller returns." Thatch, there
tore, Dr. Johnston pletigat himself to preserve the most
inviolable secrecy; and trout his extensive practice hi the
first Hospitals of Europe and America, he can confidently
reettonnend a safe and speedy cure to the unfortunate viv
ito, of this horrid disease.
It is a melancholy fact that thousands full victims to
this horrid disease owing to the unskillfulness of ignorant
pretenders who hr use of that dreadful pols4m, Mercury,
rnin the constitution, and either send the unfortunate to
an untimely grave, or make the residue of life miserable.
T.SKE PARTICULAR NOTICE t
Dr. J. adds-ewes those who have Injured themselves by
PHs ate and improper indulgences.
't'be,e are mane of the and and melancholy effects pro
duced by early habits of youth, viz ;—Weakuess of the
Back and Limbs, Pains in the Head, Dimness of Sight,
Liss of Muscular Amer, Palpitation of the Reart.. l) Y B
pepsin, Nervous Irritability, Derangement of the 'Edges.
tive Functions, Clenendlilehility, Symptoms of Consump.
M.t.vrAt.t.r, the fearftil effects um the mind arerutuch to
be dreaded; loss of Memory, confushazof Ideas, 1). ,
stun of -Spirits, Evil Forebodings, Aversion to SeeUty,
Self-DLlrust, Love of Solitude, Timidity, Ike., are same
of the evil effects.
Thousands of penman of ail ages can now 'Judge what
is the eatise of their declining health, lessigr their 'rigor,
becoming:weak, pale, have twig:War appeananee about the
eyes, cough, and symptoms of Consumption.
Dr. JOIINSTON'S INVIGORATING REMEDY
FOR - 011 - GAMCi WEAKNESS
By this great and Important remedy, Weakness of the
Organs is speedily eared, andliill vigor restored.'
'Thousands of the most nervous and - debilitated, who
had lost all hope, have been immediately relieved, All
impediments to Physical or Mental Disgtiallti
cation, Nervous Irritability, _Trembling, Weakness or Ex
haustion of the mums fearful kind, speedily cured by Dr.
Who have injured themselves by a certain practice, indul
ged in when alone—a habit frequently learned from evil
companions, or at school, the effects are nightly felt, even
when asleep, and if not cared render marriage unposaible,
and destroys both mindandbody,shouldapplyinunedlately
What a pity that a young man, the hope of his country,
the darling of Lis parents, should be snatched from all
preepects and enjoyments of life, by the consequence of
deviating from the path of nature, and. Indulging inn cer
tain secret habit. Such pensons, before contemplating
should retied that a sound mind andbodyare tbemotrtne
cessary-requisites tripannote connubial happiness. Indeed,
without these, the journeyilwough life becomes aweary
pilgrimage, the prospect hourly darkens to the view; the
mind becomes shadowed with despair, andfilled with the
melancholy reflection, that - the happiness 'of another be
comes blighted with our own. „
OFFICE ZIO. 7 SOUTH FREDERICK fiTiI.EET
TO STEAM:IEIIB.—mo many thousands cured at this
institution in the last fifteen years; and the numerous Ira;
poitant surgical Operations performsed by Dr. J., witnessed
by the reporters of the papers, and ninny other Tenon,
notices of which have appeared again and again before
the public, is a sufficient guarantee to the afflicted.
N. D. There are so many ignorant and worthless quacks
advertising themselves as Physicians, ruining- the health
of the already afflicted, Dr. Johnston deems it n
to say to those unacquainted with his reputation, that
Diplomas bang in bis office.
TANN NOTICE--All letters must be postpaid, and
contain a postage stamp for the reply, or no answer will
be sent. (Mar 1.13-Iy.
N‘ U E S• T I 0 N S
TRAT CONCERN EVERY ONE TO ANSWER.
Are yonbald t - .
Does your hair fall off t
Harynarbair become thin I
Do 4; it feel harsh, and dry, and ,feverisb
it urning gray before its time
Are yen troubled with haling, buinlngssaisatical edam
Aruyou troubled with Dandruff
Are you troubled with what is called 13erolula or B.ilt
'll ate you bad the Erysipelas, nadlost your ?lair
HaVe yen bad the Measles, and last itt
Have you taid the Typhoid Fever, and last It t
Hare you _bad the Bmin Fever, and last it!
- Have you lost your balr by any sickness?
Do yen iiish luxuriant bait t r
Do you wfsh soft and 'nitrous bait?
. Do you wish gray hair restored?
Do yon wish Wish youi whiskers glassy I' •
Do you wish them restored in color?
Do you want n dressing?
- Do you want it for yourself, far father or ;nether, for
brother, sister, or friend? •
- Do yon want to =lkea present?
Dp you wont a portfolio foryciar toilet!
Do you want a harmless article t -
Do ,you iota p pure article?
Do yon Wont a double distilled article?
, you want a cleansing article
Doyen whet the best preparation out for &ming, slim•
elating, protecting, restoring the color, unarm:lol'l44dt,
leaky and lustrous the Human Hair?
If so, we warrant
FOR TILE HAM I
To be Unequalled and Saperior t 0 any Preparations ever
Compounded and offered to the pablid.'
Satigaetion gnarante ea, or the money refunded.
- It costa but Ed for one bottle, or sts for 4:.," aril Id 'aid by
I dnurgists and dealers overwhere.
C. G. CLA.RX. & CO., Proyetetort.
D. S. Bed. v.as & Co - ., 'N. 4 E.; General Agedtt.' .
Ems, pants anb Yinto.
RR XDER'S FRANKLIN COUNTY
1.1.11) NIIRSE.IttES.—rnur AND OrarassanrAt. TnEsa, •
IGnArn STlLtictiElUtT PLASTS, Ern—The largest
:stock to select from in the county: 'Eger/thine in the
iFRUTF TREE and PLA2klline that Is atall dadrable„
an be supplied from the commonest standanl Fsult Tree,
:to• the, rarest and most eludeo native or foreign species or
variety of Fruit or Flower. Our Standard Applii Trees
'are unusually line, stout henry aunts; farnfithed With floe
branching beads, from three to five feet tram the ground,
as may be desired. Our aim Is to grow the begot vv ery.
thing, pruning and cultivating upon aCientitta tauciplee,_
Cauaeuuevtly, our productions are notoffered In txuapeti
i..on with Trees grown upon the Old letidone system An
invitation is extended to all who imintekested-briltit
ture, to coins and,, see for themselves
-1 A - large sleek of Greenhouse and - Plants,
In pots, will lee in April natt En'
close a three cent Hamm for deserfptire Catalogue of Fruit
and Ornamental trees, &C.,
West Frputlln MUStit's,
i s r ear t utio , nklitt Co 41.13.
TNFORMATION-PREE TO NERVOUS
fiILIVERERS: , LA gentleinan. 'cured of NOTOMI De*
Mtn ZkoomPeteacy, Premature Decay arid Youtidd Er
actnated by a desire to benefit others, win beAaPPY
to to air who Deed It, ffaat of:tharge), the recipe
and ollrectioas feriaaking the e t enile . rien peed his
Case. Ignirerc4e Niistbstr to met by ihbadirettisett bed
experience; and pussese a me and TalttableNtaaft can
do eo by addressing bile at once at, WA" of laseintaa
Tire Beeipe and full informatian—', f NMI titn i*
t,i1.1 ntionsfully sent b y , • Joints. mar,.
Na SO; Nolan Stteet, fa-Y%
P. S.—Nerrous Sufferers of both saes anittud bi
tinluntiou lug aLtn6le. uoNlo.llnos