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TRUST CO., Owner Fourth and Wabmt Streets,
Philadreptda.,- Dimmrated 12.50, Charter trial.
`f, rqdradelphia,relx , jest
The Troate4.b av this day declared n, Dividend of
RiprztizazE N A on all pallid= received aporaftr-
TtraL POMMES dozing the year ending December 31st,
and inforce at that date, the above amount to be
teitto saldPollcles, and boa also ordered the divi
dend of 1860 on Policies (rimed daring that year to be•
Paid. as the annual pDPFlCE retaiume on said Policies are re-
cved „P.B. •
Prerri , derit-‘ , Alerandersiplullitia.
Arriorry—John C. Shag.
BOARD OP TRUSTEES—Alexander Wbilislin, J.
Thomson,. (kerne Nugent, Hon. James Pollock,
`Allbento,2oberts, Work, William
- .l.llooadOHon. Joseeyison,liatiosel Wane; John
Allman, Charles F. vs „ it, Isaac Hazlehuret-
WX. BUD, ChaMberEbDll, Pa n Is the authorized
Aston of th e American ' Life Insurance and Trust, Com
pany, and Daltrey% prepared to famish pamphlets or any
information wonted, and to take Insurances.
Dna J. O. Iticussas and W. BOTLE, Medical Ex ,
REFERENCES—Hon. A. K. H'Clure, Rev. 8. J. Hie.
troHa. J. 8. Nixon, Chambersburg, and Wm: 31. Marshall,
Cashier of the Hagerstown Reek.
Persons desiring information or wishing to insure Win
Please call, on, or by addressing the undersigned they wilt
be waited on In any pax of the Conirtv or State. •
marM W. HEED. Agent.
-182ci CHARTER PERPETUAL.-
FR.iirieaN FIR_E iNstMANCE COM
PANY OF PHILADELPHIA.
On January 1,1E64
LNCOME FOR 1864
' • 35,000,000
LOSES-PAID MEM 1829
PERPETUAL Amar t r,egar POLICIES ON
Charles N. Bucker, Isaao'Lee,
Tobias Wegner, Edward C. Dale,
Samuel Grant, Geo. Fake,
Jacob B: Smith, Alfred Fitter,
George NV:Richards, Fru. W. Lewis, IL D.
CHARLES N. BANt..:a.blt, President
• . EDWARD C. DALE, Vice President.
J.A.6.W.I.PAILIana, Seer pro. tem.
DAVID• OARS Is the authorized Agent of the Com
pany hi: Chamberstiurg, -who hil fumbh all information
INSITRANCE COMPANY- OR -NORTH'
J. AMERICA- Incorpostted Charter ParpetuaL
cApprAM — ssoo,ooo.. OplCe 'A'). Walnut Street, Phila.
"aelphis. The proMpipaiment of Clulms for Lorses during
tlie period of nearly seventy years that the Company has
been in existmloe, entitles them to the confidence of "th s
This company will also insure against loss by WAR or
Persons wading to Insure will please call on or address
the undersignad. W. G. REED, Agent, Cbambersburg.
As Agent frpr this Company, I am prepared to Cancel
all Perpetual as well as Term policies covering property
defter:at , the Rebels on thellOthof July, returning the
full premium paid on application at my office.
W. G. REED, Agent.
REFEICOCEit-4. D. Grier, J. Allison Eyster, Esq.,
3140 r - J. C. Amstia' 001. A. R.3.l"Clare. fobB
A.R P 0 LICIE S.
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
• • or Etiloomrh.
have consentedd to insure a limited amount of property
Real and Personal
BY WAR OR INVASION. •
Pence's wishing to insure their property against
• destruction by
should make early; app tk
LajtE,B m °
national Bank, -Chambersbuty.
AGENT.-=-Mr. Jonar GRovm, of
lJ ehotehersb ;is the General Agent of the Fmk-
Liu County Mutual Insurance economy. icilet7)
' . .t i ival.
, 3 , 1 A50N,&, HAMLIN'S
BBLODEONS were introduced some twenty years
Pitand were succeeded by the HARMONIUMS about
ears ago. The CABDMT ORGAN was brought
186. s present state of perfection only in the summer of
THE AUTOMATIC BELLOWS - SWELL
has mit advantages over any. other invention of the kind,
is capable of much finer effeas than can be produced by
any other, and issson wally wad by the pafonrwr, and
excels especially in capacity for expression.
rip nesse notice advance in prices.
CABINET, OBOANS.--StioLE REED.
N0.•15. roar Octave, Single Reed, in Walnut or
Oak Caaa. CIO
No. 16. TAM Same, in elegant Rosewood Case 135
No. 1.7. rite Octave, Single Reed, in MaMuter
Oak Cate. 130
No. 18. The Same, in elegant Rosewood Case. 160
No. 19. Four Octave, Double Reed, in Walnut or
OA Case 140
No. 20. The Same, in elegant Rosewood Case...—. 1115
No. 21. live Octave, Double Reed, In Walnut or
Oak Cam 171
No. V. The Same, in elegant Rosewood Case.— 200
No. M The Same, in Solid Carved Walnut - or
Oak, with Walnut Carvings.
No. 14. Sin stop Cabinet Organ„ in Walnut of
Cat Case. 300
). 13. The Same, in elegant Rosewood Case 360
No. 12. Eight Stop Cabinet Organ, in Walnut or
Oak Case: 425
No. SL The Same, in elegant Rosewood Case 500
No. 2L The Same, in Solid Carved Walnut 500
No. 10. Pedal Bass Cabinet Organ, in Walnut-or
Oak Case. 600
Cases of sans finish. on hand, or made to order.
No, 5. Pim Octave, Piano Style, Rosewood.Case...slso
No. 6. The Same, Portilde, Rosewood Case. ..... 110
No. 7. The Same, Portable Walnut Case . 95
No. 9. Pour Octave, Portable, Rosewood Case— .... 75
rir Descriptive pamphlets furnished by the subscri
As Agents for Menu& Mason &. Hamlin vre are enabled
to sell at their New York prices, and charge nothing for
- We have sold a number of their instruments; and can
give numerous sal Tslactory references.
NEW QUARTERS AND NEW STOCK.
• THE OLD CLOTHING EMPORIUM
IN IRE MAE= HOtras,
The undersigned, after a temporary absence necessitated
by the UncScm of Chambersbmg, hue again returned
gad Opened out in full blast In the Market Homo between
Wallaeo'S , rOl u Good xT shore end Huber & Lemaeter'e Gar
eery taro, a azeirtnent of
PALL, AHD ER, GOODS, of every description
- Thin stock consists of Ready Made Clothing such as
Over Casts. Drees Coats, Pau', Vests, Under Shirts,
Drawer*, &c., also
• GENTLEHENS' PURNisinxg GOODS, each as
Civets, Suspenders, Gloves, Sirewls, Handkerchiefs, Col•
late, Umbrellas, &t,
His stock of Cloths for customer work &mists of Preach,
English and Doinestio manuMMure. Black Doe Miami
Fancy earliness, Black' Satin, Figured. Silks, Plain and
Fancy Cassimpr Vestinp wideb will be made up to order
in styles to nit the taste of customers, on short notice, and
Having engaged a practical Cutter from the East, I era
=to ftanish clothing in the most fashionable styles,
none but experienced workmen are engaged per
sons may rely upon getting their work well done at ray
Thimk tra f or th e patronage heretofore bestowed, I re
spectfully solicit a continuance of the same.
ocdl9 J. T. HOSED/SON.
RYDER'S FRANKLIN COUNTY
zirRI3EILIES%—nuar AtiD OnsAmEicru, TEM%
QUA= 13TRAIVItEaRli Mane, ETC.—The largest
stock to tie Vet. from in the county. Everything in the
PRITIT TREE and PLANT, line that Is at all desirable,
can be supplied from the comnsonest standard Fruit Tree,
to the rarest and most choice native or foreign spefiies or
variety of Fruit or Flower. Our Standard Apple Trees
are =totally tine; stout heavy trunks, furnished with tine
branching beads, from three to five feet from the ground,
ns may be desired. Our aim is to grow the best of every
thing, poming and cultivating upon scientific principles,
, unsetluirtiY, our productions are not offered in compel.
...on with Trees grown upon the old let-alone system. An
invitation is extended to all who are interested in fruitful
VIM to (Some and see for themselves.
A large stock of Greenhouse and BedriMg Pfaran,
Row, ficc., in pots, will be ready in April and MAY. En'
close a three cent stomp for descriptive Catalogue ofiernit
end Ornamental trees, &e.
B. L. RYDER,
West Franklin Nurseries,
Near London, Franklin Co., Pa.
STEAM TO AND FliOM THE OLD
COUNTRY.—The well known favorite Clyde• Built
true Steamers of the—ANCHOR tnqz of stmaahip ,
"HIBERNIA," "CALEDONIA," "BRITANNIA" and
''UNITED OIGDOid," are intended to evil fortnightly
to and from New York, 'outlying Pawners to and from
bicemool, Glavozo, &Vast, Dublin, Fratarford, Cork,
Limariek, Galway or Londonderry. !These !steamer& wore
huilt Fpecielly for the Atlantic trade, are divided into wa
ter and air•tighfcompttrtmeats.
RATES OF PASSAGE.
r an , Neu York to any of tbe , above places: Cabins,
ind Silk; steerage, 645, payable to Amerlasaattr-
To Ness York from any of the above places: Cabbra,
steerage, "A payable in gold or equivalent
In Aminlenn eitnnnie):.
tboee,wlso wieb. send for their friamis efin buy tick ,
ate tbvi'e rause) ftmXi the dgeals.
FRAScis uAcnoNALD ' , Leo--
6, seri:tag cinft, tievi Tat:,
TOB PRINTING Ili every style done at
to dia cam °taw 'Pam= 142 , 011 Mt. ,
GE°.'"mERIT & CO
303 BROM:MAI?, NEW YORK,
(OBS:Elt MOM ESTEEED.)
1 0 0 , 0 0 0 WATCHES,
CHAINS; GOLD PENS AND raso/113,
40 BE SOLD AT ONE DOE/ABEAM; WITTIO_ET
And mt to be paid until you. know you you wareezire!
SFLENDIP LIST OF AETICLES
ALL TO DE SOLD H.OP, On DOLLAR EACH I
100-Gold Hunting Cases Watehes each 9100 00
100 Gold Watches 60 00
`OO Ladies' Watches 35 00
500 Silver Watches 815 00 to $25 00
600 Gold Heck and Vest Chains 1200 to 15 00
woo Chatelain and Guard Chains 500 to 15 00
3000 Vest and Neck Chsins 4 CO to 22 00
4000 Solitaire Jet and Gold Brooches— 400 to: 800
4000 Coral, Lava, Garnet, ,&c., Brooches. 3OD to 800
7090 Gold, Jet ; Opal, &0., Ear Brom.. 3_oo to 800
5000 Gents' Breast and Scarf Pins 300 to 800
0300 Oval Band Bracelets. 300 to 800
2000 Chased Bracelets -500 to 10 03
3500 California Diamond Pins andßings. 250 to 800
2000 Gold. Watch Keys 250 to 600
5000 Solitaire Sleeve Buttons and Studs. 200 to 800
3000 Geld Thimbles 400 to 600
5000 Brminture Lockets 200 to 1 7 00
3000 Miniature Lockets, Magic 400 to 900
2500 Gold Toothpicks, Crosses, &c 200 to 600
3000 Fob and Ribbon Slides 200 to 500
5000 Chased Gold Rings 200 to 500
4000 Stand Set Binge 200 to 600
6500 Sets er.elry--Jet & Gold 500 to 15 00
6000 Sets Ladies' Jewelry^-vnriedetyles 3 aq-ia Is 00
8000 Gold Pens, Silver Case and Pencil 400 to 800
4000 Gold Pencils, Ebony Holder &Case - 600 to 10 00
6000 Gold Pens, Mounted Holder 200 to 600
$ l lOO,OOO
All the goods in the shove List will lie sold, without re
serration, fur ONE DOLLAR EACH. Certificates of nll
the iltridaS articles are placed in similar em'elopes sensed
and mixed. The envelopes will be sent by mail :or de
livered at our office, without regard to Choice. On reeelx
ing a Certificate, you gill see what article if represents.
and it ispptional %lih you to send one dollar, and receive
the ardeld , flanked, or any other in the list of same value.
By this ;:tnede Ive give select-WlPE:rem a vuried stock of
tine goo 6, of the best make and latest ptyles, and of In
himan v at a nominal price, 'chile all have a chance
of securing articles of the very highest vane
In all teinmatians by mail we charge for forwarding the
Certificate, payer postage, and doing the businese, .25
cents each. Iles etraika tut wilt be sent for $1; Eleven
112; TAiity for ; Sis4.,finn 810; and Olteliandred
• We sliould gpply jour wants ; our facilities are nnsur•
passed ;; our wort of urrthalled.ezcelleuee ; our promises
punctually observed. Pm central location brings us near
the most remote poinial Our goods are new from the
manufaetnrer, and of the latest and most de_•irable styles.
The goeds must be sold, and the terms axe unequaled.—
All articles ordered are forwarded byreturn matt
We guarantee enfresatiefaction in every instance, and
if there'ahould be any person dissatilfied with any article
they niity remise, they will immediately return it, and
the rice will he reftmded.
Av...41 - &—We allow - Ulnae acting as Agents Ten Cents
on each Certificate ordered, provided their remittance
amount to One Dollar.
Tey will s collect . 1" , cents for every Dertiflcate, and, re
tattling 10 canto, reniit to 139 15 cents for each.
Adare , z,
WATCHES, CLOCKS, JEWELRY, 6cc.
in my Era,
vingjuseectlyopeued a well selected assortment of goods
Opposite the Post Office, on Second Street,
where my old and I hope many new customers will find
me daring business hours. My old. stock having been re
dated very Suddenly on the 30th of July last, I was cora•
pelted to buy an
Entire New Stock of Goods,
whichare of the latest styles and patterns, cousistiw of
Gold and - Silver (Imported and American)
Gent's and Ladies' Wateltvs. -
Jewe4 of fine and medium qualities,
Fruit and Butter - Knives, ,
• Gold Pens - of fine qrmlity,
Razors, Strops sal Brushes,
Silver Plated Spoon., Forks and Butter - Knives, -
Jett Goods, .
; Pocket Books,
Nail and Tooth Brushes, •
Redding and Pocket Combs„
Morocco Satchels; -
Large and Small Willow Baskets,
- Flutinas, &o.
The assortment of CLOCKS is large and of every va
I have on hand the HENRY REPEATING RIFLE,
Which can be fired fifteen times in that many seconds.
Everybody should have one for self defence. • „
'The publte arc invited to cal Land examine them.
PISTOLS on hard and orders filled for any kind that
may be wanted. Cartridges of all sizes kept on hand.
From long experience I can adapt Spectacles to the sight
of the old as well as middle aged. SPECTACLES AND
EYE GLASSES in Gold, Silver and lSteel Frames al
ways on hand.
Having the agency for the sale of the celebrated BUR
GLAR AND FIRE.PROOF SAFE, manufactured by
Farrell, H nngg & Co., I will fill orders at the manure°•
tures price. A lLisiformation in regale to them given,
The public are incited to call and examine the stock.
Watches, Clocks and, Jewelry repaired at low rates to
suit the times.
deeld EDWARD AITGIIINBAUGH.
ELI HOLDEN, INVITES THE AT
tenthm of every reader of this paper, which includes
many thousand of his old patrons anal acquaintances, to
his unusually large one beautiful variety. of AMERICAN
& Imparted WATCHES, CLOCKS, and elegant designs
of JEWELRY, SILVER. WARE, &n.
aLctrly 708 "Market Street, Philadelphia.
Books anb *tationerg. •
THE OLD BOOK STAND
S. S. SHRYOCK,
Has been removed to the new building opposite the POST
OFFICE, where a foll atitortxnent of
SCHOOL AND MISCELLANEOUS BOOKS.
STATIONERY. PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS, ETC..
Can be bad at exceedingly Low Peon. -
WALL PAPER and 'WINDOW SHADES, a Una
and new stack.
Pairchild's Celebrated Gold Pens fully warranted.
Orders taken for goods, which will be Exprersed in the
shortest possible time.
The New York and naludelphiss raper. received_ daily,
for whirli weekly subscriptions will be taken.
Pint Clear 'Novels, Magazines and Periodicals received
as soon as published.
We can sellPhotogruph Albums cheaper tbun they can
be bad elsewhere.
- binge sent free of pertage to any part of the county.
Gilt Frames, Worsteda and Fancy. floods constantly on
Our arrangements are such that we can supply any or.
dere Ratisfuctonly and with dispatch.
Ma. J. K. SHIM:CR, is now located in New York, which
enables unto undertake the most _complex compdssions.
Old Books of particular editions, dates or of -le, hunted
up at a reasonable commission. [navf...]
IITHOLESALE AND RETAIL!
vv. ROPES & TWEIES..
The undersigned having purchased the e ntire Stock and
Fixtures of the Rope and Twine Einnifactory of J. P.
Grey, deo'd, respectfully announces to her friends, and the
former patrons of the establishment, that she will continue
to carry on the business, in all its carious branches, at
VIE OLD STAND,
on Franklin street, Chanabetsburg, where she will bu pleas.
ed to receive the calla and orders of the public. All kiedg,
ewe, end qualities of
ROPES, CORDAGE, TWINES, &C.,
ahrep tent onhand or made to anklet the best materiel,
And tUrnised at reasonable prices. In connection with the
Above bulimia, she is also prepared to manufacture
livfg,, AR) °TILER
ail Well VA nom Sla4kaisud Dr•ta oimetior
tty azd style. Perwmg to vrw, ot . turnior.alteleo !n tbb
ab 7 reilartall e Ml ucac d la calk Or send their orders, wbleb
will Wattiniciedio proimix.
datel* MANLY E - GRAY.
(}EO. DEMERIT & CO.,
203 Broadway, 3ew York.
GE" CKS & BCKKHART
WHOLESALE Art. RETAIL DEALERS,
Lace received. a
Fresh and Large Lot :I
Fine Baking Maim ea
Brovs - n 'Sugars,
GOV'T:R I MIEST COFFEE from 20 cents per pound up
to the finest,
%Alt Peas /
a fall and complete otock of fmh, pure
HOME GROUND SPICES,.
4 large axsortment
LAMPS, GLOBES, SHADES AND WICKS,
bmizllt direct from 1.14 - -manuLieturer, awl win be offered
for less money than any other house la town
A:co keep constantly on Laud the
fl ciest quality of
pure white, free from Smell or smoke.
A flue 3.q.ortnient of
Queetestrure, Tumblers, Brushes, Broome, Bwkets,
Buckets, Wash-boards, & a.. Sa
LUBRICATING AND SPERK GIL
THE-11A IiRISIIVECT - AUCOMMODATIOX TRAIN,
from Pittsburg, ,rhich arrives at RalTiSbUllrat G. 30 P. Y.,
stops there, ir.mr.cmgers for East of Harrisburri - Ihroverum
til 1L55 P. , N. SAMUEL D. ,YOUNG.
FIVE' THOUSAND ARTICLES I nova Sup't Middle Div. Petina; IL IL,
for greslng machinery and 'rather.
all of which will be otToreml rexy
In addition to the
Gv• rc, Pravistoa, Queens,are
general r; riot y bng:ness,
we carry pa the matarfacturing of all Lin& of
which we pledge our. e 1 in
than any house in Philadelphia,
and deliver The same to country merchants
in better order, less breskege and at less cont.
N. 13.—CouNTRY MERcitArrs and persons wishing to
buy at WitOLEISA' 100 k to your interest, and mall at this
establishment before buying elx•where
GELWICKS & BUJ KEIART
FRU-ITS, SPI - CES. &c.,
Oranges and Lemons, Onions,
Bunch RElltinS, - Presen - ed Ginger, .
Seedless Raisins, Girkins, ,
Layer Raisins. Pineapple Preserves, -
- Prunes, Paper shelled Almonds,
Currants, lard Shelled 4c,
Turkey - Figs, Pecan : Nut+, .
Malaga Figs, Cocoa Nuts.
Fruit, English Walnuts,
Split Peas, Walnuts. . .
Walnut Wrap, Shellbarks,
Tomato • du- Water Crackers,
:‘liohnsm. do, Sugar do
Pineapple Cheese, Matches,
Sal. Saga do Stove Polish,
Enzi:sh 63 Smoke Pipes,
Swi.b do Market Basket. •
Limburger do ' - Buckets, •......,
Bakes Cho rotate, Brooms.
WorchestenshiM Sauce, Essence Coffee,
Pepper, Cloves, I Candies,
Cinnamon, Alspioe groimd Lead Pencils, ,
expressly for &ainy usa, Castile Soap,
Beans, Pickles, Toilet do
Chow-Chow Pickles, Rosin do
Cartlitlerwer do Indigo,
Mixed do Starch, -
Mace, Singer, ; Wrapping Twine,
Nutmegs, , Stone ware,
Macaroni, Preserving Tumblers.
Vermicelli, — • Scrubbing Brushes,
Nonpareil Cuiees, Sweeping, do
Lentels,' Shoe, do •
French Mustard, Shoe Blacking,
Coleman'eMustard, Silver Saud, ,
Durham do Bath Brick,
Salad Oil, - Tripoli,
for tale at SHAPER & STITARTS,
On Queen Street, East of the Methodist Church. ,
GI3OCERIES WHOLESALE AND KE
TAIL.—SHAFER § STUART, cm Queen Strum
East of the Methodist Church, would respectfully mil the
attention of the citizens of Chambersbusg and vicinity to
the varied and extensive assortment of GROCERIES,.
FRESH FRUIT, QUEENWARE, CEDARWARE,
and a general Stock of Miscellaneous Articles which they
are now ofleriag, and constantly receiving from New York.
Philadelphia and Baltimore, at their Store ROOM, on Queen_
Street, East of the 3lethodist Church. •
It is their intention to keep such an assettment as the de
mands of the community require. They have the best
faciltieft for the purchase of goods, on the most advents
goons terms, and having their own cars on the Road, add
one of the Item being almost constantly in the city, affords
them every advantage in purchasing goods in the shortest
time, and at less expense than usual, which enables them
to sell rery laza for cash!
SUGARS, COFFEES-AND TEAS of all grades, from
the highest to the lowest prices by the barrel, sack or pound.
SYRUP AND MOLASSES, by the Hogshead, Barrel
or retail for family use. Sugar Cured Hams, Cause and
Fine Salt, Fish and Cheese.
We would especial attention of country dealers and
others, wishing to purchase at wholesale prices, as we are
prepared to sell everything la the Grocery line as cheap es
ran be purchased in the Easteft. cities
The highest price paid in cash for country produce or
taken in exchange for goods. SHAFER & STUART.
ATARKET HOUSE.—The undersigned
'IVI respectfully inform their numerous customers and
the public generally that they bate re-opened their Gro
cery Stare in the room formerly occupied by the Hook and
Ladder Company, in the Market House, anti take.thls
teethed of returning their thanks for the liberal patronage
herein - fare extended to them. Their stock Is complete in
every -variety of FA3IILY,GROCEBIES, consisting of
Hain; Syntim, Salt, Mackerel, Coffee, Sugars, Teas, To ,
beams, Brushes, Broome, - Buckets, Cords, Twiner, Glass
wore, Queensware and everything heretofore kept at their
former place of business. They will always keep a suffi
cient stock on Imud to be enabled to meet the demands of
the community. COUNTRY PRODUCE taken in ex
change for go:ads at cash market prices. Don't forget the
place, (Market House,) three doors from the corner, on
Queen Street: [ang3l] HUBER & LEMASTER.
R Y STORE.-
- Li The Undersigned hna the largest stock of FAMILY
GROCERIES in town, which he offers to the public at the
lowest CASH PRICES. it Is hot necessary to enumerate,
as hie stocicis large and complete.
"Highest prices paid for COUNTRY PRODUCE In
exchnogo for goods. faug3li CYRUS SPRECITER.
CT. HOLLOWAY, WHOLESALE
. GROCER AND COMMISSION itaircHAßT,
biz swam STREEr, (North side, above Fifth stieet,)
ITRESIr FISH AND OYSTERS RE•
calved every week at SHAFER & STUART'S,
, on Queen street, East of the Methodist Church.
FAMILY FLOUR, BUCKWHEAT AND
, :Com Meal, by the 1;4=0 era:null quantities, fersnle
at SHAFF.P. & STUATIMS, Queen street.
MAN - OF A THOUSAND.-A CON
sUmPTIVE et:EIED.-1011.. El: JAMES, n Retired
1 4 1)sielan of great eminence, discovered, while in the
Indies, a certain Mire for Consumption, Astluna„Bronehl
hos, Coughs, Colds and General Debility. The remedy
was discovered by him when his only child, a slaughter,
was giving up to die. Ills child was corral. and is now
alive and well. Desirous of benefiting his fellow mMtals,
he will send to those who wish R this recipe, containing
fall directions for mating and successfully using, this
remedy, free on receipt of their planes, with two stamps to
pay expenses. There is not a single case of Consumption
that it does sot at once take hold of and dissipate. Night
wants, peevishness, irritation of the_ nerves, failure of
memory, alflicult expectoration, sharp pains in th e lungs,
sere throat, Wily issuutiuns, nauseant the stomach, lune
don of the bowels, wasting away of the muscles.
r. N .O The writer will please state the natne o f the paper
they-Out Ms advertisement in. Address.
CRADDOCK & CO,,
ma:2lllM .S6Lorth 2d fit., Phnadelpbta. Pa. 1
COFFEES, TEAS, SUGARS —Jest re
mixed at E. D. REID'S.
MINCEMEAT .—A fresh euliply at
I A if S AND
11 cured city trims and Drina'Elf.e, at
. .• REM&
RANGES, LEMONS, RAISINS; CITR,
tants, Citron, Dried- Apieles, Drie: Cherries *C.,
at • REM's.
0.1 Shore Mackeral, Ded
I: Dana, Dried Cod, Shad, &0., at 4tE
BUCKWIIE474ND HOMINY _Just
'receh'ett a- lot of New'Jersay fresh groundtZtack•
wheat Meal; pan - white 'Hominy, Soup Beam, at
ONI 0_ N S :—.Wethertield and Country
(alms, a taro sttpply, at , REM'S. ,
KEROSINE OIL AND
I,X valor Keraaiue Oil. Chamber and Parlor Lamps.
Shades, Lantern& Se., at
WINTER-TDIE TABLEL FIVE TRILVS DAILY
to and frran'Plikrde/phia and Pittsburg. On - crad after
Monday, Oceotkeralst, Mt, the. Passenger Trains of the
Pennsylvania Railroa 1 Company will depart from Harris
burg and arrive at Pt , lridelphia and Pittsburg as follows:
No. 1 Iflackenel,
- - - -
TEIROUCiII EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Ilarrisbarg dai
ly and' arrive-3 at We. Pbßadelplala . at 6.53
FAST LINE leaves Harrisbnrg daily (except Monday)
at S.OO A. and arrives at West Philadelphia at 111.40
Pasengers.talze breakfast at Lancaster.
MAIL TRAIN Inavev Harris"tally daily (except Sun'
day) at 1.30 P. M. and arrive; at Woq Patladelpbia at 5.-
3.3 P. K.
'PITTSRITRO ANT) ERIE EXPRESS leaves Hartis•
harks dart l (except Nitudayst ai 11.55 P. M., nua arrivvA
West Phi lailetphin nt'4.2o-s. M.
HARRISEURG ACCOMMODATION TRAIN. !Cave.
Harrisburg daily (except Sunday) at 4.e0 and-tar
dyes at West Philadelphia at 9.10 P. M. T 7 is train 1111$ no
conaraionfrom the trcet.
COLUMBIA ACCOMMODATION TRAIN leaverillar
risburg daily (except S maiuy) la -7 A. M., andarrives nt
Lancaster at 9.15 A. 31.: connecting (except on Monday')
with the Far. Live east.
WEST W'A "ft D
PITTSBPIIII AND ERIE „EXPRESS leaved Harris.
bag 'daily (eYeept Sunday) at' 12;15 A. N., Altoona 6.50
A. at., takelwealifast, and arrive at Pittsburg at 12.40 I:X.
RALTISIORE EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Harrisburg
'daily - (exeept Monthly) at 512.5 Altoona P. 15
take breakfast. and arrives at Pittsburg at. 1.40 P. at.
THROUGH EXPRESS leaves HnrtiBiturg dailY at 3.-
95 St., Altoona at P. 15 A. at., - tate lareltkfa , t aml arrives
at Pittsburg at 2,42 P. at. '
FAST LINE leaves Hurrisbing daily (except Sunday)
at 4.01) P. at., Altoona at 9.10 P. Ir., take supper, and at ,
rives at Pittsburg at 2.00
MAIL TRAIN leaves Harrisburg daily (exeept sun.
day) at 1.40 r. ,at.: Altoona at 1.55 e. take slipper, and'
arrives at Pittsburg. at 1.30 f. M.
MOUNT JOY AOCOMMODATION west leaves Lon•
caster at -13.1...°0 A. la., eannmeng titers with the MallArtwti
leaves liotita Joy at 11.51 A. It.. ax4n.trivesut Htinistntrg
at 1.00 e.
VORTIiERN CENTRAL RAILWAY
patz ' TIZE TABEK—Four Ttaies 71a Z so
'lnd from I , t4itilnare and WasEhtvtent
ihnult, 'ions made...ol triannua ProttryttatnitaltaltaaaL
to and train Pitt-att.:award the West.
oti II TrfAINS DAltYlo and from the North and
West Bann'. Slisquelatnno. Ynretra nn3 alt of Isleittrern
:JI. p..rd ajtcr .:Iranday, "Oct. 17th, 1801. Hut - Tamenger.
Tmm.4 °tithe Northern Central Railway rill arrive Maral
'depart from Harrisburg and Baltimore as follows: -
; - SOUTHWARD. '
MAIL TRAIN leaves Sunbury dully (except
- Sunday) 10:29 A.X.
tt leaves Harrisburg ... i hat Pit
arrived afßaltimore ~. ..... 4:40 P.M:
EXPRESS 1 RAIN leayss Sunbury daily (ei ,
eept Sunday) 11:45 F.M.
. "j lea,cs Harrisburg (except,
Motalay) ' 2:50 A.M.
arrives at Baltimore ....
7 7 03 :00
HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION leaves
SUNBURY ACCOMMODATION leaves Bun.
- bury dally (ex. Sunday)... 7:30
PHILALSELPHIA EXPRESS TEAM leavea
Sunburyidady (ex Snitday) 9:05P.8. ,
MAIL TRAIN leaves Baltimore daily (except '
Sunday) gal A. 34,
_ leaves Harrisburg 1:35 PAL
" I arrives at Sunbury: 4:05 P.R.,.-
EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Baltimore doily - . 9.30 P.ll. -
. I 0121 V tl3 la :Hants bum: ... -- - - LCiCt 4.11, ,
leaves Harrisburg daily (ex
cept Monday) 3:15 A:l4.
" arrives at Sunbury' ' 5.53 A.M.
ERIE EXPRESS TRALN leaves Baltimore
daily (except Sur'lava) at.. 7:30 PaL
leaves Harrisburg ; daily (ex
,oept Siindays) at 12:35
arrives at Sunbury - at
HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION leaves
Baltimore dailv(ek, Monday . 3:00 P.M.
arrives rit Iliarrhiburg at. . 7:50 P.R.
BD7‘.I3IIRY ACeOMMODATION leave4llar . 7
risbuirg daily (ex. Sunday). liioo
The Erie Express and Philadelphia Exirela?.r . e, through
trains to and from Erie and all intermediate Points. Mail
and Express trail, run through to Eirnira-
For further information apply at the Office, in Pennsyl
vania Bare:ad. Depot.
oetlf3l4 J. N. .01:DAILEY, Gin. Suit.
- 11DRILA.DELPHIA AND ERIE' Am.,-
ROA/I-111s great Line traverses the Northern and
Northwest Bounties of Pennsylvania to the city of Erie, an
It has been leased* , the Pennsylvania Raliroad Com
pang, mad is operated by them.
Its entire length was opened for pa.wager and freight
bushier, October Tab, 1269.
TIME ,OF, rASSENGER TRAINS AT HARRISBURG
Mail Train 1:40 A. IL
Lock Haven Accommodation 1:30 p. IL
Mail Train 1:15 A. 3L
Lock Haven Accommodation. 1:40 . r. at
Passenger Cam MR through on Mail Train, without
change both was between Philadelphia and Erie, and
Baltimore and Erie.
Elegant Sleeping Carson Mail Train both ways between
Philadelphia and Lock Haven, and on Elmira £i trees
Train ,both ways between Williamsport and Baltimore.
Forlinformation Passenger holiness apply at
Corner 30th and Market Streets, Philadelphia.
And fur Freight business of the Company's Agents :
S. B. KLCGSTON, Jr., Cor. 13th and Market Sta.,, Phila.
J. W. Rtricml, Erie.
J. 51, DRILL, Agent N. C.a. 8., Baltimore,
H. H. HOUSTON,
Gen. Freight Agent, Philatfelphlk
- H. W. GWINNER,
Gen. Ticket Agent, Philadelphia,
JOS. D. POTTS,
f€ 70,63 Gen. Manager, Williamsport.
CtIMBERLAND VALLEY &. FRANK
LIN RAILROADS.—CHS/VGB OF HOURS.—
On and after Monday, October 31; 184 Passenger Trains
will run daily, as follon-0. ISundays excepted):
FOR CHAMBERSBURG AND HARRISBURG:
/ Arrive at.
_ • _..
Leave Shippenslarg . ...
A.X. , -
Carlisle ' 6:30 10:10 2:46 ,
Itleohnuicsherg..,* 7:00 10;42 3:16
Arrive at HarriaburK 7:30 . -11:/5 , 3:45.
FOR CHAIIHNRSBURG AND HAGERSTOWN::
A.M. P.M. P.M.
LeaVe Harrisburg , 8:05 1:40 4:15
" Mechanicsburg. i 8.47 240 4:50
" Carlisle '4.27 2:38 5:15
': Newrille 10:02 3:34
" 'Shipperesburg 30:33 4:04 -
Arrive at phambersburg 11:00 4:3.5 •
Leave Charebersburg 11:10 4:45
" Greencastle 11:55 5:35 ,
Arrive at Hagertown 12:35 , 6:15
Making close connections et Harrisburg with huhu: for
Philadelphia, New York and Pittsburg, and with trains
for all point. West.
.. .. .
The Train leas - lug Harrisburg at 4:13 P. M. Man ottlyas
fig. as Carlisle. O. N. LULL, Supt.
IL It. Office, Cluuub'g, Oct. 31, 1864.
Q _ll G- H N 9 maR E!
Dr. Striekkind's Mellifluous Cough Balsam Ls - warranted
to cure Coughs, Colds, Hoarseness, Asthma. Whooping
Cough, Bore Throat, Consumption, and all affections of the
Throat and Lungs.
For sale by C. H. Cressler, Chambersburg. General
Depot, No. 6 East Fourth Mere; CW6IIIIIIO, Ohio.
All tho medical men and the Press recommend I
DR. STRICKLAND'S ANTI-CHOLERA' MIXTURE
as the only certain remedy for Diarrlicra and Dysentery.
It id a combination of Astrinkents, Absorbents, Wilms
lents atniCarminatires, and is trarrente.d to effect a curt!
after all Othermennsbace failed.
For gale by C. H. Crognier, Chatiip - Ontnult. General
Depot, No. 6 East Fourth Street, Cluoihnuti, Ohio,
Dr. Strickland's Pile Remedy has retell:rho:assn.& of
the worst eases of Blind and Bleeding Piles. It eves Im
mediate relief and effects a permanent care. Try It di
rectly. It is warranted to care.
For sale by C. H. Grassier, Channbernbucg,' Genera
Depot, 6 East Fourth Street, Cincinnati, Ohio. ; nov3o.ly
D YSPEPSIA, NERVOIISNESg AND
We can recommend • those sciffeing with loss of Apr,-
Ste, Indigestion, or Dyspepsia, Nervousnesit and:Nervous
Debility, to use Strickland's Tonic. It Is a vegetable re
paration, free from alcoholic liquors ; it strengthens the
al:wiener - eons system , it creates a gnod atpetita, oaths
warranted to care Dyspepsia, and Nervous ebility,,
for sale by Druggists generally, at Si pa ,- bottle , We .
paredby Strickland, East Fourth Street, Cincla•
natl. Ohio. O. R. Crowder. Agent. Chatabtrilaarg. Pa.
tines of &abet.
DR. STRICkLiND'S TONIC
Ihmis an iStilitina.
NEW DRIIG STARE,
West End , of Brown's lipid
, RIPP LE S.—Johnston's Rheumatic
compound, at Nritows.
CRATCHERS ATTENTION !
-0 and aan &glen& spgedily cured Sp
.EBEls ITCIEBAPIDLY CUBED BY
; - raxoys QINTREINT:
GROUND_ ITCH YIELDS RAPIDLY
to the cur tike power of NIXON'S OLNXMENT.
VOW IS THE TIME HAVE A
-su of fply onrixoys CATtE POWDERjar all
OX'S . DRUGJUST
nf-way betweint the Methodiat Church and Benin,
Hotel, same side, Second Street. A WI stock alwayean
R EM Q V A L
' MAIN STREET,
in Dr. , Rinkirdis NewßOO:lg,
Millet, Hamilton AG. Co's Tte-Ware Store.
R U (jr 8 1 D .It AI:. et_ .8 !
041.L . B.ESSLER, sacceator toßasta& OEM.
rart; has Spened in his new mime, on•Sikaid street, oppcsi
site the Poet Office , whore ssiery'eStreaill. be .made to
mats& the popolartty the at egabsiamaint flluf aitqulred.
A oontinuatien of the liberal paboviltich the inn -re ,
calved is rospetthilly-AsoliiiiVaele of Drugs,
Chemicals,. and Patent - Matticinest intik , Offered. Also a
desirable assortment of
Pocket Books, •
• flair Brusliei,
Cloth Brash e",
and Panay Articles in great variety. , .
KEROSENE LA3T11...;-Every &partition- Of Mad
Lamm Shunt LrupterliaugintrLftips and Side Lamps
'suitable for Kitchen lige, Parlai nsa; Store-ass ainlMßoe'
TSB BEST COAL OIL IN Tam MARKET.
Dyeit atilt Colors. Everything in a, Druggists
line of buinneas. .
IgrPreseriptions twelve special , att ention, and are
compounded ivitlionre and skill. - C. H. OREBSLEII,
Second Street, opliallii6 - the Post Moe.
A.M. • P.M.
I 31 P O
RT E E S
\VINES AND LIQUORS.
LATIDIA - N, BALLADE-4,C0.,
NO. 13 soura Kmrit sTatET.,
Raw= CAaantd and Walnut Strada, Philadelp4ia.
GEO. M. LAUMA.II,
,A. M. SALLUIE,
J. D. Bans°,
RIVESE, GARDRAT &COM
SUPERIOR COGNAC BRANDY„
Each bottle 'sated with green www with the Initials of the
LILITMAII, BALLADE &
SCPERIOS O_LII MADEKIIAL-WINE
FINE BITERET, CLARET AND
ANWAN ASiOlttlik.rlf OF
1•INE, BRANDS OP CHAMPAGNE.
• OPORTO. ,
vwc PRE AND Dim= •
L D P T N E,
Each Imttl. 'waled with pillow war tho iwithAit of the
, Elfin: •
LAmtAN, sits.LA DR &CO.,
No. 128 Soith Nixa &net, PhitaileWiti.
, OLD VIIDAT WIUSKEY,
FOUST WIDEkEY -
WE R 8 ..E
.L.lolllA`li,•' BALLADE, d. CO.,
- Re, 1.28 .totaLlibut &reli t Pktiadelplia. -
and all the best
ENT MEDICINES, -
bats been .moved
next door to
'~ - #t~UQt~:
W:Yi 18jCS Y
II A R:D'W
,R E r
open&l their iinte
on Hain street, •
their old place of brininess,
frith an eireastr e elOoket Hardware, Cutlery.
ti consisting 'part of
SI L -
- BTaoting Powder,
Pocket Knives, dre.
attention la called
Builders and Contractors,
as they are
- prepared to furnish In any, quanhty,
S everytblag.in their fine,
Call and examine our stork.
COACH AND SADDLERY
The subscriber respectfully informs be friends and the
pubile, that lise Continues to carry on the (dawn bastnem.
at his old Ruind, on Main Street, opposite the German Re
formed Church, gIIA.M.BERSIXHG, PA.
Having 'enlarged his business, Saddicra and Coach
makers will find in his-Store Room a general assortment
of goods suited to their several regulietnents, such as
- q`alfanteountry Hcigskina
Saddle TniAlett - Girtltiiut:
Gig Trees, Fall Plated, Tinned and Japanned; Goit
. Hair, Straining. Web and Worsted Hain
Web, lower than Cotton :
• • - .
Games, Bits and Stirrups. Plated, Tinned rind Japanned
Coach Handles, new styles; Curtain Frames Bands;
Bridle Fronts; Risseates, Swivels and Orormients; lam
Plated and Wood Gig Games.
BUCKLES—BRASS, SILVER AND JAPANNED,
all Styles and Patterns; TrurY and Ilrooden Miatinmile
flthge, stump Joints, and a variety of other goods suitable
for the trade.
ALL KINDS 4)F PLATING, - &a. done with neatness
and despttch. (deel4l LEWIS WAMPLEIL
BRAND & FLACK
Had a few goods under the, pavement, which, were not
burned. Such as Locks. Hinges, Screws Ind other Hail-
ware. Be;ides, they have Just 'received from New York
and Philadelphia a very large lot of goods pnrchusell much
cheaper than they are goneraTly sold. They having been
burned out. therefore we Writ from Nails, Hocks; Hinges,
Screws. Bolts, Oils. Mass. Paint, &e., at the lowestSgure,
TO BLACKSMITHS - AND FARMERS
liVeAtrve on lutra about 10 T(tl3,4,lnrn of different kjnds,
which we will sell less than it can be bought in the city.
Also we hove. 100 kegt, of :Nails and Spikes, we offer at
front 6 to 14 - dollara per keg.
Knives and Forks, Sensors, Honors, Pocket Knives,
Spoons, ecc.. just received from lien. York which we offer
very low. - sep2B
CARRIAGE MA.KE RS' _GOODS
- Saddlers' Fin
at IN.AND & FL ACVS.
QIIOVELS, FORKS AND SPADES AT
`25 cents each anti many Zither articles which was In
the fire, which can be Made as good as new
at BRAND /k, FLACK'S.
C EDAR WARE.—CaII at the Store in
the Alley. BRAND & FLACK.
WUNDERI 4 ICH NEAD
FOIIWARIEMCG AND Cod MINSION IizIiCELMS
North Second Street,' opposite the Cumberland Valle
Railroad Depot, Mamba:steam Pa.
Cars run'regularly to and from Philadelphia and Bahl.
AGENTS.—Peacock, Zell & ilinchmss, 808 Mar
ket St., Philadelphia.
Dyke= Broken .Egg and Nutt COAL, Oiled
from the mines), Wilkesbarre and Pine Grove FOUNDRY
' COAL, vomit, SHINGLES, SALT, PLASTER and
Hancock CEMF.NT, kept constantly on hand. FLOUR,
DRAIN and PRODUCE of all kinds purchased at the
highest cash prices.
Sept 9, 63. WUNDERLICH & NEAR.
' THOS. L. Gramm - E. ' TACOtZELiER.
GILLESPIE, ZELLER & CO.,
PRODUCE AND PROVISION MERCRAI.47B
AND - WHOLESALE GROCERS,
North• West corner of Sixth and Market Streets, Phila.
delpl4 - , Natal -IL
31.-P 01;4' ANT
I N V ALIDS
IRON •IN THE BLO-OD.
It is well known to the medical profession, that IRON
is the vital principle or Life Element:of the blood. Thus
fs derived &Way fMra the. food sau eat but if the food is
not properly digested, or if, fenm any cause whatever, the
necessary quantity of iron is not takeninto the circulation,
or becomes reduced, the whole system suffers. The 'bad
blood Will irritate the heart, will clog up the lungs, will'
stupefy- the brain, will obstruct the liver, and will send
its disease producing elements to all arts of The system,
apd every one will suffer in whatever organ may be pre- -
: dispised to disease, The great value of
IRON AS A MEDICINE
Is well known and acknowledged ' by all medical men.
' The difficulty has been to obtain such preparation of it as
will eater the circulation and assimulate at once with the
blood. This point, says Dr. Mayes, Massachusetts State
Chemist, his been attained in the Peruvian Syrup, by
combination in a way before unknown.
THE PERUVIAN SYRUP
•Is a PROTECTED Isolation Of the PROXIDE OP IRON,
A NEW DISCOVERY IN MEDICINE that strikes at
the Root of Disease by supplying the blood with to Vital
Principles orEife Element—lron, -
THE PERUVIAN BYRUP
Cares Dyspepsia, Liver Coinplaint t
,Dropsy, Forer and
Ague, Loss of Etiergy, Low Spirits.
Infuses strength, vigor, awl new We tato - the system and
Amide up an " Iron ConatitUtion.
TUE PERUVIAN SYRUP
Cures Nervous Affections, Fem Coulplaints and all
'diseases of the ll:Malays and - Bladder,
THE PERUVIAN SYRUP
le a SPECIFIC for all diseases originating in a BAD
STATE OF TER BLOOD, or accompanied by Debili
ty or a Low State of the System. -
Pamphlets containing certificates of cures and recom
mendations front some of the -most eminent Physicians,
Clergymen and others, will be sent FREE teeny address.
JOAN E. WILLIAMS, Esge, - •
President of the Metropolitan Bank, N. Y.
Rev. ABEL STEVENS,
Late Editor Christian Advocate & Journal.
Rev. P. CHIDICIL, -
Editor New - York Chronicle.
Rev. John Pierpont, - Lewis Johnson, M. D.,
Rev. Warren• Button, Roswell Kinney, M. D.,
Rev. Arthur B. Fuller, S. R. Kendall, M.D..
- Rev. Gordon Robbins; W. R. Chisholm, M. D.,
Rev. Sylvania Cobb, Francis Dana, IL D.,
-Rev: T. Starr King, Jeremiah Stone, M. D., -
Rev. Ephraim Nute. Jr., ' , ..365e Antonio Sanchez, M.D.
Rev. Joseph IL Clinch, A. A. Bays; IL D.,
Rev. Henry Upham, Abraham Wendell, M. D.,
Rev. B. Caleadley, J. R. Clkilion, IL D., -
Rev. - John W. Olmstead,' H. E. Kinney, IL D.
Wei:v..lyd by, 12..L. CLARK Jr. CO., exclusively for J
P. DINSBOIRE, 991 Broaassay, New Yul 9.
Sold - by all Druggists.
pt . EDDIN G ' 8 • RUSSIA SALVE: L ILL I E S'
___,:if„,,,A '4",E N - T
- FORTY YEARS' EXPERIDNOE WROUGHT AND uhu-L''""'" tit-5 •
-"' ETRE AND BURGLAR-PROOR RAM.
has fully established the enperiority of
VAULT DOOM A I CD Wela _,::'
• REDDING'S RUSSIA SALVE Every safe of this manufacture is 11 9 M !encr hien to nee
inches thick toonling. to Sim) of seltd • Polk dated ty
Over all cater healing preparOlorm cohei toe. oath-tali of frrcolser,
_,... 4 iron- ,, hii and
It come all kinds of Sores, Cute, Scalds, Semi, Bolls, toned Lillie's' Grimbinadom P"'"; W°434 i io 460 um
Ulcers, Salt Rheum, Erysipelas, iDles, Piled , Corns, Sore 'Nei hole, thus renderincit seams isgrikift ; wears' , ek t a
Inside DM!. Don wall attached the beet 11:MyrnaftWing -
Lim Sore Eyes, "din., remciiing the pari 'at Once, anifre- ;k it 1.14.,, ent ibiess afiraa in themithfes 'renders '
dadmi th e most anerlaoldnl4 Swelling' and Inftenami- . "them mar e i'' a : ere
_then being warped. or,dravra atO of
idea se Irby Muffle: ebaro by bee:, &from beintenahed by ISOM at waits
ONLY 25 CENTS A DOB. or Webers or its own &IL Tao Walt Da:Clan li bleat
thick and t" inchei thick Of ebilleWannYrca4b4Doalaid
, 11 , fri ni tuareee ...... re lebiatedLook. oz...., :Seadlorattew :
Foil was as
J. P. DINSMORE, No. 49113roadany, New Toth. ...._
hx ,„ .„. tficriber, ba mat, , ut *c
S. w.rovms et Co- Na 4811 =ricuttqed , 'B'"gtan , ' cetma w• "Tv'
suul by all Druaista On l 9/ 3 :eciw 4 i
.& marebl.4lm DO Mesiret St., Riattsbuna i'a.'
Jomisros,: theabiider - a u& cigekrated institu
tion offers the meet meek, speedy, and only effect - cud
remedy' in the wart/ fee l Meets, structure s , Seminal
Weakness, Pahl in the LeheVOlactittliiollal-Debtlity
Impotence, Weakness of the tank MA LITON - ArettiOpS
o f the Kidneys, palpitation of the React, -Nor ,
von, I ltnbdity Die tees of the Bead, Throe Nam Air
skin; and all those serious and melancholy alscodeno aria=
ing,from the destructive habits , of Yonth, - whiche destroy
both body and mind.- These seeretand solitary practicer
are more fatal to their victims than the smog of the Syten A
to the mariner Blysiant, blighting their most ltrifiiims
hopes or anticipations, readmingnuirriage,"&e, (ammonite
- YO - tlItG
Young hien especially, who have beettme the vicalmi of
Solitary Vice, that dinadful and destructivehabitUhichnal
annually tureeliit to an untimely grove thousands aping
men of the moat exulted talent and brilliant lutellecotho
might otherwise have entranced listening senates nth the
'thunders ofeloquenee, or naked tocestacythelivinglyte:
• may ' with full confidence, -
Theriest peons, or young Men coniemphilingmaninge
being aware at physical. weaktiess,orgamo detality,. &lot.
intsies, &e., should.. immediately consult Da Jannstort
Be mho places himself under the care of Dr: Johnston
may religiously made in his honor as apintSemaii, Viand
xonflileray rely upon his skill as a physician, ' '
ORGASIG WEARRESS triikiEDIATELY CURED
AND PULL VIGOR RESTORED. -
- This disease Is the Penaltyinostfryventlypaldbi those:7
who Nava become the victims of improper indulgences.
Young persons are too opt to commit excesses from not
being aware of the dreadful consetptencits that • ensue. ,
Now, who that reidenstandsthe subject pre •'todeny
that the power of Procreation Is lesisoonir bY those billing
into improper liabitthen by the prudent, Besidesbeingde
-prived- of the Pleasure onealthy offspring„ iitl the most
serious mid-destructive sympathy to =hid and body arise,
The system becomes der nged. the physical and mental
•powers weakened, nervous debility, dyspepsia; palpitation
of the heart, indigestion, a wasting of the frame, cough,
symtorris of consumption. -
Office No. 7, South Fouferick &rat,
seven 'doors from Baltimore street, East side,-up the step*:
Be particular in observing the name unit numtier, 5 01
ntiNtake the place.
A CURE WARRANTED IN TWO DAYS.'
Na Afcreary or Nauseous Drugs.
DR. JOHNSTON, Member of the Royal College of
iStirgeons, taiiidan, graduate front one of the most emineirt
Colleges of the United &Melt, - and the greater part of
whose life has been spent in the bovitals of London, ,
Paris, Philadelphia and elsewhere, has effected Kane .of
the most astonishing cures flint were ever known. Manx,
troubled with ringing in the heed and ears when asleep,
great nervousness, being alarmed at sadden seine* and
Intslifulness, with frequent blushing, ettended. sometimes_
with derangement of trawl, were cured immediately.
- A CERTAIN DISEASE! - -
When the misguided and imprudent votary of pleasure
fact Le has hubibeilthe seed of thispainfuldbense it too of
ten happens that nu tilditned sense of shame, brdreadel dis
covery, deters him from applying to %mewls° foam educe
,tit and req.snability can alone befriend himMelfiyingtill
the constitutional syruptomsof ildshordddiseasemalmtheir
appetouncl., such as ulcerated sore throat, diseased owe,
nocturnal pains in the head and Blabs, dimness of sight;
.leafness, nubs on the chin, bones and arms, blotches oaths,
head. face and extremities, progressing a ith frightful ra
pidity, till at last the palate of the tnotttli or the holies of.
the_ nose fallin and the victim of this awful disease be
elue a horrid object of commisseration, death , puts la
.period to his dreadful sufferings, by sending tint to "that
bourne front whence no traveller returns.'.' To suet, there.
fore, Or. Johnston pledges himself to` preserve the most
inviolable secrecy and from his extenbigo practictia the
Brat Hospitelse Europe and America, be Can confidently
recommend stale anti speedy ewe to the mdigtmistovic
tim of this' hcirrid disease. _
It fa a melancholy tact that thousands Gill viellins
this horrid diw...tse owing to the tmakalfulness of ignorant
pretenders who by use of that dreadful - poison, Meroury,
ruin the constihitton, and either send' the utifortinale to
an untimely grave, or make the residue of liferniserable,
TARE PARTICULAR NOTICES
Dr. J. addresses those who have injured theMselvesby
private and [improver indulgences,
These are some of the sad and melancholy effect!! Pro
duced by early 'habits of youth, vist—WealtneaS of the
lied: and Limbs,, Pains in the Read, Bluntest of Sight,
Lois of - Museuhr Power, Palpitation of the Heart, -Dys
pepsia, Nervorfilrritability, Derangernent'of the -Dips.,
live Functions,' General Debility: Symptoms cl(Coustunp,
MENTALIX, the fearful effects on the mind are touch to
be dreaded; of Memory, confusion of ldeas,Eopres•
- lion of Spirits, Evil Forebodings, Aversion to
Love of Solitude, 4.e.” are some
of the evil effects.
Thousands of porsoas of ell agestao tusudge what
is the cause of their declining health, tossing titetr, Arigta,
becoming wyak, pale, have singular appearance about the
. eyes, cough,. sudzymptsmsofGonsumptlon.
Dr. JOHNSTON'S INVIGORATING REMEDY
FOR ORGANIC - WEAKNESS,
_great and important remedy, Weakness of the
Orauns it speedily cured, andfall vigor restored-
Thousands of the most nervous and debilitated, sylto
had lost all hope, have been immediately - relieved, - All
impediments to Marriage Physical or Menial Disqualifi
cation, Nervous Irritati' Trembling, Weakness or Ex
haustion of the most fearful kind, speedily cured by Dr.
who have injured themselves by a certain practice, indul
ged In when alone:-4 habit frequeudyleartted from evil"
companions, or at school, the erects are nighey felt, even
when asleep, and if not cured render maniage Impossible,
and destroys both mindand body,shouldapply Immediately
What a pity thsta young man, the hope of hit cornitry,
the - darling of his parents, should be snatched orn .- all
prospecte,and enjoyments of life, by the conseq - uetee of
deviating from the path of nature, and indulging in a cer:
tale secret habit: Stich:persons, ' before centempbsting
- MARRIAGE -
should reflect that a mind mind and body amthemostne- •
cessary requisites to promoteconnubial happiness Indeed;
without these, the journey through life 'W•N.mes a weary
pilgrimage, the prospect hourly darkens to the view ; the
mind becomes shadowed with despair, =dried with'the
melancholy reflection, that the 'happiness of Maother be
comes blighted with our own.
•OFFICE,. NO. 7 SOUTH FREDERICK STlikkT
TO STRAIiGERS.:.-TheixM:y. thousands cored at tbii
Institution in the last fifteen Tears; and the =nen= im.
ixotant surgical Operations performed by Dr. J„ witnessed
by the reporters of the papers; and Many other persons.
notices of which have appeared. again and again, before
the public, is a sufficient guarantee to the ankle&
N. B. There are so many ignorant and worthless, quacks
advertising themselves es Physicians, ruining the health
of the already afflicted, Dr. Johnston demin it necessary
to say to those unacquainted with his reputation, that his
po_nna. hang in his office.,
TASE Norla..—All letters must be poet paid, and '
contain a postage stamp for the reply, or no answer
be sent,, , (mar 1&1y.
THE GREAT FIRE. AT.
• 'VICTORY I VICTORY!
EVANS do WATSON'S
READ THE FOLLOWING OFATIFICATEkr:
Gcsaunal This is to inform Fit that the:Baropur.
'chased of sou some time since was salted to-tbe great
Lire which consumed our store daring the rebel . invasion
;of the 30th 6f July last.
We are happy to say That after 'we hadtabea ors rage
'from the ruins, where it bad laid fora period of three
'days, and opened it, we Land our boobs and pap= in an
, excellent condition. - . , ,
We Wouldrem mttiead your 'Safes to all poisons who
,wish a good axtiole. Your, truly. - • r -
MILLER, aIMILTON & CO.
MumEasatina, Aug. 15,1864.
• ltretra. Evans ¢ Mums: - • -
;t3elainete, 1 with pleasure inform you that °naming,
thy Safe, pure - lased from you. some time on flatus
:day **ening - last, fasttwo weeks atter the tettniug or our
town by the rebels, ISound my books and papal; ha much
.better condition than ,1 expected ;on opening books
mid papers , katmd them . perfect. My Safe was exposed to
great heat, on account of the quanity of oils and other
combustible matter 1 bad in my peter. Iwrtteybnonsome
of the paper that was in my Safe doting the Bra that you..
may see bow well it wan preserved. I will soon want my.
Safe repaired, ore new one in exchatko.
Very respectfully, yearn, ; 1.4 . P. MUER.
Messrs. Evan ei Mum I:
Gent/eta* r In the dreadful fire which deictil my
store and the greater portion of this town, Stith was
• done by therSbels on the 30thof July last, I bad one of
your Fire-Prod Safes, purchased from you some time
since, Which contained my books, papers, &o. After un
dergoing the violence of the datum and failing some fen
feet andretnaining in the heated ruins for ti s:le:PA dray
enteen days, ittvastecovered from the b tanstazd
opened. . „
• I have the gratification to inform yon that its contents
were preferred in an excellent condition, and as this is
one of the many instances wherin soar Safes hare tsar
sustained thegood qualities atributed to them,' I feel it an
agreeable duty to render evidence of the fact.
Respectfully, yours, J. L DESERT.
' CHAMEWIIITEG, dug. iv Iss4.
Messrs. Evans if Watson:
Goulemarz: This is to inform you that the Safe we
purchased from you some time ago was subjected to the'
Are which consumed our office during the rebel Invasion
on the 30th of July last. Wears happy to say that the
Safe stood the test of the fire well, and wo recoseredear
papers A= it uninjured. Very lespectledit,
SEN:SEDI to SILL.
CiIAIWEILBBURG, Aug. 26,1564.
Mims Prang ek. Masers:
Gent/fawn: I take this opportunity to lute= you that
my Safe, which is a Era.. 3 of your make, area In the Pea/
fire which destroyed this town on the 30th of July.
I now have the pleasure to steel° yen that atter I had
taken the Sets from the sutra, whet* it hadbeen furs
period of 10 days expssed to SO intense heat, on
a h nd
S v a afleu I a bwleass p m d t
to i f n in j d ur t e h d a t in l ck p n a ,th = s
the fireproof qualities of youiBalainewider Safes,
tour% respectfully, COL, F. S, STUELEAVOIL
More Sates Of the same goceiguslityr en heuilb4 Ear
sale. Also, Salamander, Fire, anaßur g lapproof, l lr iatie t :
al Bank, Mercantile and Dwelling•Bouse Safes
Doors Ear BemkS and Stares, Bank Locb., • -
EVANS eh WATSON,
- • -16 Sousol. 4tit St.; Plafair
L. B. MISTER, Agent En Chambersbanr,' 4.W".1