The Franklin repository. (Chambersburg, Pa.) 1863-1931, May 03, 1865, Image 3
- May 3, 1865, trantlin Stpoittivg. LOCAL `ITEMS 4 GOSSIP WITH. Oust .FRIENDS.—I wish I had the ability tmdescribe in becoming language the incidents of &le past week in New York,-partieu larly twit lairday till Wednesday. AA day and all night of Tuesday two long lines, four deep, extended far far away from the City Hall, where the remains of our loved Presideht reposed in state. Immediately about the Hall was packed a solid mass of thousands of men, women and thil died. Cars, stages and vehiclespf all description s were stopped, and it was only by.making a long detour that pedestrians could get past the crowd, All business was entirely suspended, there not being a desire to attend to the usual avocations of life. People patiently awaited their turn for bears, and there did not seem to be even a show of impatience from any one., Awe had fallen upon the multitude, and a solemnity pervaded the vast assembly that death • could only produce. There was no confusion, no excitement, no strug-.. gling. At quite an early hoffr Weditesday morning, the cars and ferry boats began to empty into the city crowds of people from the subUrbsf and the surrounding towns and cities, and by ten o'clock Broadway was lined from the Park up with a dense mass. I had sufficient foresight to hire a - coach the night before, and from the top of it, stationed at a cross street, had a fine oppor tunity to See the fiineral cortege as it passed. I have seen crowds, but never such a one as on that day. There was positively room for no more to see, and as it was many could not see at all. From house to curb was a solid body, so compact that there appeared to be no individual move ment.—The Dailies have spent all their powers in noting the procession. Enough for me to say that its magnificence and extent surpassed all I could have imagined. New York paid all the honor she could pay to the dead President; and wher. we recall to mind the immense majority given Geo. It: M'Clellan, and the opposition to the administra tion', the honor seems all the greater. The sol diers, horse, foot and artillery, the sailors and marines, the societies of all kinds, the various nationalities, the foreign officials, all seemed .to vie with ono another to do honor to the mournful occasion And then the Lookers on were so quiet, so solemn. As the funeral car approached, each citizen took off his bat, and bowed in reverence, amid it was not until it hail fairly passed that be replaced it, and that too with the air of one stand ing in a sacred place. The day was bright and beautiful, the air balmy and exhfferating, but a cloud hung over the hearts of the true and honest throng like a pall. I gazed at the passing pageant until that brain was almost dizzy, and 'then left from sheer inability to look any longer It will be a day long remembered in New York. HOW little, how inconceivably small seeing the destruction'of Chambersburg to the assassination of our chief magistrate ; and how trill; has the heart of the nation been struck by the slime bul let that deprived Mr. Lincoln of life. The north is once more united, the south has succumbed, the war is practically ended!: leace is near at band, and in slew short years w will again be a great, penaceful, prosperous country. Booth has died a dog's death,'his accomplice has been taken, and other arrests are speedily sue ceding. Jeff and his stelenibooty may be maid - , France and Englaud repent of their sins.--"tet MEM N,EIV YORK, April 30, TAKEN Ftitt Btiorn.—Our townsman'J. Eyster, Esq., , narrowly escaped arrest in Huntingdon last week on the suspicion that he was the veritable J. Wilkes Booth. the murderer of the President. He had gone there on a visi t to his brother-in-law, Hon. John Scott, mnil went into a barber shop to get shaved. He or dered the barber to shave off bis moustache, w hick Waslone, and afterihe operation was performed Mr. Eyster walked out to the house of his rela tive. As soon as he left the shop, the barber di.;- elared that he was Booth; that he knew Booth well and had shaved hint in the oil regions. Of course an intense excitement Was aroused. The news spread through, the town with lightning - , speed that Booth had, been in the place. The ho tels were all examined, but no such person had stopped at any of them, and suspicion was con firmed by the fact that the suspected individual must be secreted somewhere about the town. Mr. Eyster was not out of the house during the evening, mod was fherefore ignorant of the excite ment he had created ; • and it was not until the next morning when be appeared on the street with Mr. Scott, that the blunder was dislovered. NOiyi.that Booth has been captured and killed, we presume that Mr. Eystet will feel safe in venturing from home again. TIORSE TVEVES Ano u T.—We .learn that Washington and Quincy townships iu this county are infested by a gang of home-thieves, and a num ber of horses have seen stolen there recently. Prompt measures have been taken by both the eivil.and military authorities to break up the bu siness and capture the 'parties engaged hi it- There is little doubt that some of the thieving re bel guerillas have creased to this side of the river to prosecute their trade. On Sunday last the people of Hagerstown settled a gentleman of‘that cloth by shooting him down, and if such depreda tions continue, our people will doubtless do like ! wise. PAY OF DRAFTED • MEN.—A correspondent at Carlisle writes us to know whether one year drafted men are entitled to the $lOO bounty paid volunteers, and whether they are on equal footing • ae regards pay- aud_bounty . from the government. All soldiers, whether volunteers, or conscri4ts, are on exactly equal footing as regards clothing, rations, pay and pensions, but only volunteers are entitled vibe bounty provided by the act of Congeess. WE have heard a numbeFol l eompluinbltif dis eider on our streets at night. It has become un safe fora lady to appear on the 'streets We trust that the officers will see that soldiers cease annoying citizens, and the civil authorities have their share of the work of reformation to perform also. There can be no excuse for disor der in Chatnbersburg. TUE Anniversary of the Franklin County Bi ble Society will be held in the Lutheran Church on next Sabbath, May .7th, at 8 o'clock, P. M. The annual sermon will be delivered bylfev. S. H. C. Smith, of the M. E. Church. .Addresses and Reports read. The State Agent, Rev. I. H. Tor rance, is expected to he present. BENJ. SEVERS, a Member of Company K, 210th Penna. Vols., noticed a few weeks since us having been wounded in the campaign against Richmond, has since died from his Wounds. His remains were brought to his home, in this place, and in terred on Sunday last in Ce l li!. Grove Cemetery with' military honors. PROMOTED.T-Our old friend Col. W. W. Sel lers, formerly of 'Fulton, and now F,ditiir of the Pekin (1118.) Republican, has just been promoted to the Mayoralty of the city by 35 majonty. ColtßEcrturi.-I..evi Lochbvin was chosen Constable of Green township at the late election, instead of Jacob Zuck as reported in our columns. A Summon REMEDY.—We can conscien tiously recommend to those suffering from a distressing %.ough, Dr. Strickland's Mellifinbus Cough Balsam. It gives relief almost instantaneous, and is withal not dim greeable to the taste. There is no doubt but the MOWN. our Cough Balsam is one t f the best preparations in use, and is all that its proprietor claims , for it. We have tried it during the phst week, and found relief from a moat dis tressing cough. It is_ prepared by Dr. Strieldand's, No. 6, East north street, Cfnetnesti, 0., and for sale by drag. gists. GARDEN SEEDS.—A (mat deal of lalior and care is bestowed in rain by lovers of fine vegetables, by planting worthless seeds. This can be avoided hy get 'flog- fresh and genuine seeds. raised in Pennsylvania. and put up for market by C. H. CitEssw.illt, Druggist. lir FARMERS and others in want of Fish, should not fail to go to ClsoiricKS & BURKIIAAT'S, who beep an immense stock, bought from trot bands and offered ebeap. GELiVIQK'S & BIIRKTIART sell the finest Teas, Spices, Baking Articles and Syrup'. GI:LW - WKS & BURKHART have a htavy stuck of gond....rind-stkil cheap. GELWICKS & BURKHART keep everything and are selling goodsut greatly reduced prices. BOOTH AND HARROLD. FLIGHT OF THE-ASSASSINS. THE QUICK PURSUIT. T3OOPIII3IZOLTGUIT PO 13 iT SURRENDER OF WARROLD. TitATH OF J. WIT.R - VIS BOOTH MIS INFAMOUS DYING WORDS The Liking and the Dead -Assassin in Washington. From the Washington Chronicle, April :9th The city yesterday throbbed with fierce excite ment when the news reached it that the murder er of the great President had been captured, and had met a fate in every way suited to his charac ter and to his-crime. The anxiety for his capture had become a very mania with otfrlPeople, and when the news of its'aecomplishment had reached them there was a general satisfaction. a feeling that a duty v , ibieh it was a solemn obligation to perform had been accomplished at last , The details of the flight and the pursuit will suggest to every reader the sum of punishment that met the assassin between the committal of crime and its, final retribution here. He died like a coward, burned out of a trap like a rat; armed to the teeth, but fearing to-use his arms, either on his pursuers or even on himself lie showed be could be a bravo before a theatrical audience, but failed to show that he:could face death with the common courage of a bandit. Like many another actor, he could not act to a poor house. His misled accomplice, the paltry partner of his flight, and approver of his crime, shared his sufferings, but nut hi& nerveless apathy, for he surrendered without any attempt at acting, and now lies awaiting the sentence that he has bought with so much recklessness, so much guilt and so much suffering. FLIGHT OF THE ASSASSINS Booth and Harrold left here together after the assassination, and made their way into Maryland, remained in the swamps until the 2 . 2dinltaut, and then crossed over into Virginia, via Swan's Point, landing at Bluff Point. They then took the road to Port, Royal; and 'finally to Bowling Green. Harrold, however, is the only one of the two who went so far as Bowling Green, Booth stopping at Garrett's, where Harrold rejoined him. Their evident intention was to reach the mountains of East Tennessee, by the way of Orange -.(2`ourt house. • It appears to be pretty well ascertained, that when Booth alighted on the stage at the theatre, as he jumped from the box, he broke the lesser hone, of his 17 a little above the ankle, and, though the excitement of the moment drowned the pain, when he began to ride, the broken bone must have caused him' most excruciating pain. The leg was clumsily reset tor him, and with the help of crutches made his way through swamps and over roads, :With death for rotick-o'-lantern lighting him to the barn at Garrett's With a party of Confederate soldiers whout they met. he pa.,,ed himself off as a uounded Officer, °being ashamed to MN n even to a rebel that be was but a murderer, fleeing from buinarolaw and national wrath. Booth stopped at Garrett's. Harrold went to Bowling Green; returned-to Garrett's there they had suppei. . Before thek had supper, a party of cavalry Luau, whose apikaranee there the reader will understand from our account of the put-hint. passed the house, and Booth and lfarrold, as the ,cavairy disappeared. made for the WIN nil I, is hich they remained till they came in to supper. They evidently had no idea that that cavalry would return there in the night, and believed that in- the balm, if not in the dwelling, they would be as safe as in the woods. To this con clusion they were in all probability driven by the strong logic of physical suffering and unrest. in that barn Booth had his crutches, rendered necessary to him by the fracture of his leg, and one seven-shooting rifle, one revolver, a carbine, and a bowie-knife ; but not the one 'he had on the 6ventful night of the 14th April, for tint knife was not a bowie at all. THE PURSUIT. Col; L. C. Baker, chief detective ui, the War Depsitinent, has the honor of having planned the pursuit which has 13 weeded'in the capture of Booth and Bartok' into consider ation the fact that s absent from the city when the had all to learn e there was no clue self, it is impossible not to admire the skill he dis played in obtaitiMg it.,.tbe rapidity and confidence with wine/Ilia-Retell upon it. - - To the pirtiewietMg under Col. Baker's orders no little credd Is due for the faithfulness, industry and endurancelithich they display ed in the expe dition. For the sixty-two hours occupied in the pursuit no flagging, was permitted. The work was continuous, aed so worn were the physical powers of the men by this lengthened exertion that it was with the utmost difficulty that they could be kept awake at its closing hours. On Monday, the 24th, a detachment of the 16th New York cavelry,wei - e - ordered by General Han cock to report to Colonel L. C. Baker, special detective of the War Department. The detach ment numbered 25 men, under the command of Lieutenant Dougherty. On the afternoon of thy same day, Colonel Baker detailed Lieutenant Colonel E. J. Conger and Lieutenant Baker, .05f his detective force, to go in pursuit of - Booth, pliteing the aforsaid Way of cavalry in their charge, and under their implicit command. At '2 P.M. the force left this city on the Jno. S. He, and at 10 P. Methey disembarked at Belle Plain, and took the road toward Fredericksburg. travelling thereon three miles, and then turning in a southeasterly direction, toward the Rappa hannock. They stopped at all the houses on the route, inquiring for any Mary land men of Lee's army who might be travelling in that section. They continued their"ourney through the night y ti and the next dant' 1 noon, when they reached Port Con 9 way, on the Korth side of the river, op. polite Port Royal. There they toned a man, who, upon seeing the , photographs/of Booth, Harrold, and Surratt point ed out the two former as two men whom he 'was . positive he bad seen the day before, at one P. 31., at Port Conway. He said these men endeavored to hire him to convey them to Bowling Green, but that they could not agree in the bargain : and that, subsequently, lisrrold came to him and said th 4 had met friends, and did not wont his still/- res. 'Their information also stated that he saw a party,of conceder:lth soldiers convey the t%i'o men whom he, had recognized by the photographs across the river. Lieutenant Colonel . Couger and Lieutenant Ba ker decided to take this man as a guide. They commenced crossing the river with their force nt 2P. M. Having a boat which could holy carry seveir at once, they did not finish the crossing till 5 o'clock. They then proceeded hall-way from Port Royal to Bowling Green, where they _found snare women, who stated that the party' of Con federate soldiers had returned on Tioidny, one' less in number and that neither of those who Came ,Lack was lame. They subsequently aseeitained that the soldiers went three miles w ith Bootb, to the house of Mr. John W. Garrett, and that Har rold continued on to Bowling Green on Moudoy night, also that Harrold returned to Garrett's on Tuesday afternoon. The pursuing force'passed Garrett's, house a few i moments after Harrold's return to it, andwent on ! some fifteen miles to Bowling Green. There they captured one of the Confederate soldiers who had been with Booth the day before. He mode a statement to them as to the whereabouts mid - Movements of Booth and Harrold, fully confirm ing that above given. This was at 11 o'clock on Tuesday night They then went back to Gilt.... ' rett's which they reached at 2 A. M., surrounding 'the dwelling and out-houses. it° the first inquiry as to the whereabouts of Booth and Harrold, the family gave no satisfac tory reply ; but soon alter the son of one of the Garrett brothers, confessed his knowledge of their both being at that moment in the barn. THE CAPTURE The force, which bad been extended in loose cordon around the whele.premises; was then form ed in heavier line around the barn alone, with or ders so to remain. The line was at an average distance of thirty feet from the barn walls. • MI Lie*. Col. Conger sent Garrett's son into the barn to tell the fugitives to surrender to him their arms, and come out deliver themselves up. Booth threatened him, saying that he had betrayed them, and be must leave the barn. Lieut. Baker then went to the door and again demanded them to surrender, upon which a long parley ensued, Booth fiPitively refusing. (201. Conger then pulled some hay through a crack iu the wall, ignited it, and pressed it back into the mow.. The thunes rose rapidly, firing the whole - building. Booth canie to the corner where Conger.stood to shoot the party who had fired the building. He stood with pistol raised, peering into the darkness, but seemed unable to perceive any one. Ile then turned, gazed upon the flames, and suddenly started for the door. Sergeant Corbett, of the eavalryforce, in viola thm of orde+L's, left the line, and going close to the wall before him, fired his pistol through a crack, shielding Booth ;in the neck. Booth fell as soon as shot. The ball had sevef ed the thorax. Lient. Col. Conger and Baker, with two soldiers, then entered the - barn and carried him iati; the yard. At first he seemed as if life had left him, but he soon revived and en deavored to speak. Lint. Col. Conger, placing his ear to the mouth of the dying man, heard him say, " Tell mother I died for my country." He was then carried to the porch of the house, and the Lieutenant Colonel despatched a me4en ger to Port Royal for a physician. When the doctor arrived Booth was too exhausted to be re vived by human skill. Booth was also heard by Lieutenant Baker to say, " I thought I was doing the - best for the country. Kill rue, kill the !" and other expressions seemingly a the same purport, which were not continually audible, and while Lieutenant Baker was rubbing his paralyzed Lands, he said, " useless, useless!" Ife'was shot at fifteen minutes past three, lait Tuesday morning, the twenty-fifth instant, and died at ten minutes past seven, twelve minutes earlier than the great soul of his august victim left earth to bear witness against him, at the bar to which fate was hastening him. The dead body of Booth, and the living one of Harrold, were soon after conveyed to Belle Plain, placed on the steamet• Jno. i. Ide, which still re mained awaiting the return of the little com mand and the coming of the assassins. • They arrived at the Navy-yard at l o'clock yes terday morning. Harrold was then transferred to a - secure custody, while the body of Booth was landed at the Navy-yard, and an autopsy held by Surgeon General Barnes and several assistants. LOCALITY OF Tilt CAPTURE Bowling Green, near which place Booth was killed, is a post village, 4e capital of Caroline county, Va., on the road from Richmond to Fred• ericksburg, forty-five miles north of the former, and is situated in a fertile and healthy region. It contains two churches, three stores, two mills and about 300 inhabitants, Port Royal is a post village in Caroline county, Va., on the right bank of the Rappahannock - river, .2 . 2 . nailes below Fredericksburg. It has a popu !lotion of 600, and there is a good steamboat land ing -near the-place. Harrold, in company with others, also connec ted with the conspiracy, was photographed at 5 o'c kick yesterday afternoon. Harrold is a youth well known about the Navy Yard and* vicinity. A druggist by profession, "a sport" by choice. He was fund of horses and fancy arms. The hor ses he could seldom keep long, selling them to pay their board.. He was foe a time employed as clerk by Mr. Walsh, and left opthe limp of his father's death, which occurred stme months -ago. • He has since that time led a reckless life, living carelessly, without visible income. He was born in this city seine twenty-two years ago, and did nut possess either literary or artistic tastes likely to have made him an agreeable companion to a Booth before the contemplation of murder had transformed his nature. Harrold - was a boy in everything, easily led and moulded by a common will, and so given To bragging that-few of hie in timates ever attached any importance to anything he said. I iarrold always talked "chivalry," and all his empathy, as thr as he had any, went Dix ie-ward. In convert.ation he was obscene to such a degree is to render him loathsome to evenhis own associates. His arrival at the Navy Yard, with that of Booth's body, attracted inononse crowds thither, anxious to obtain a view of all that remains of ftheAssassin and of Harrold, Ni‘lio in that neigh borhood, w as well known to 'verybody ; but none 'wen; admitted hate those holding passes signed by tOSecretary of War and the Secretary of the Navy. 11=1 ih tnuu•iarhe had been cut WE apparently With aei•sors, and his beard allowed to grow, changink his appearance considerably. His hair had been cut somewhat simper than be usually wore it. Booth's body; which we have before described, was at once laid out on a bench and a guard placed over it. The lips of the corpse are tighly compressed, and the blood has settled in the low er part of the face and neck, Otherwise the thee is pale and wears a wild, haggard look, indica ting exposure to the elements and a rough time generally in his skulking flight. ills hair is dis arranged and dirty, and-apparently bad not been romped since he took his flight. The head and breast is alone exposed tO view, ° the lower por tion of his body, including, the hands and feet, be ing 'covered with a targannt throwrroVer it. The shot which terminated his accursed life entered on the left side at the hack of the neck, a point, curiously enough, not far distant from that in which his victim, our lamented President, was shot. From the Wash:egtou Republican. - •cured;'that be in t 6 act; that •t find for The legal identification of the body of Booth, asLiassin, took place, and an autopsy of the body Was bath The shaving off the moustache, the out-cropping of tive beard, the untidy and dia.. ordeyed appearance of the body had so changed the assassin's looks that his stage and street an quaintanecs would hardly have recognized the Corpse as being that' of J. Wilkes Beioth. There were a plenty of evidences to establish his identi ty, however, amongst which was the testimony of a surgeon who once removed a tumor from Booth's neck. The wound, when partially well„ brake out again, and on finally healing left a peculiar ridgy scar, which was easily recognized by the surgeon. An autopsy was hela by Surgeon General 'Barnes, who reports that death was caused by a ball from a pistol. It appeared that the spinal column was about half cut in two by the bullet about the • third or tourth joint from the top of the verts,brce. Booth's identity and the cause of his death having been established, we suppose that nothing was left for the Government but to put his car case nut of bight, and we,presume the place of his interment \vitt not be Made known. THE END OF THE WAR! GEL JOHNSTON AND HIS WHOLE FORCE SURRENDERED! = wAsniNovos, April ib?.--3 P. M. To Maj. Sur YOTk A despatchlron) General Grant, dated Raleigh 10 I'. M. April '2Xith,just received by this Depart ment, states that Johnston ban surrendered thd lorees in his command, embracing all from here to tliP ChaVahoochie, to Gen. Sherman on the basis agre . eil upon between Lee and myself for the army of Northern Virginia. E. 31. STANTON, Sec'y of War. Thy thrall's Newheni correspondence of April 27th says : The lamentations of Sherman's anny over the assassination of President Lincoln were suddenly changed to rijoicings at the ap pearance of General Grant. his old Army of the Tennessee were wild with joy. The terms grunted ,Johnston embrace in the surrender four armies of the Military Division of the West, but excludes the fifth, that of Dick Taylor, lying west of the Chattalmochie rivet . . Among the generals surrendered ir, Beauregard. Principal among the lieutenant generals is Hardee. Bragg having lately Vern relieved of his command wax nut sur rendered. Wade Hampton refused to be surren dered and is reported. to have been shot by John ston in an altercatioh, but a more trust worthy report us that he fled in company with Davis.— The number actually surrendered is 27.400 al though more names are given. All the militia from South Carolina, North Carolina, Georgia and the Gulf States are included* Gen. Grant returned to Washington on Saturday. THE World, editorially, says : In the grave of our President just men of all parties and shades of opinion this day bury their bitterness and ex travagance, born of political conflict, about his mermiresand his policy. They remember only that he loved his country ; that he earnestly and bravely labored for its salvation. With such memories and with the fame which springs from them, green and undying, the name of Abraham Lincoln passes to-day into American history. That history remains with us to love our coun try as well as he; to labor as earnestly, as hum bly, as bravely, for its salvation. Each of us, ac cording to his light, to maintain all 'duals dent to qht Siqnktift iltviogitarn i IfbainbitebUtgi Pa. THE bEATIT DEEM= MED ha as citizens and as men, is a lesson which this day reads t,) us, that out of this cloud of sorrow the nation may pass on and up again into new and nobler peace, prosperity and glory. The Herald •• vs that Sumter and the stars and stripes that vini. • above it wore•tiired upon and the nation rose . ne man, for evtry one felt how deeply and e." , fly that flag was the type of the nation. As the a tack on Sumter sumulatedthe nation to a war tha it would have chosen to avoid, so this second ass, It must and will stimulate it to go on against the rebellion until it has extennmated the very spirit in which their damnable atorcities originated. • FINANCE AND TRADE: The surrender of Johnston to Sherman and the destruction of the-lost vestige of military power of treason east of the Mississippi, did not Affect securitied materially. Gold receded to 144 and the upward tendency of stocks was arrested for a few days, , but no sensible change in prices was effected. We have now reached a point when military events must cease to influence trade, and business men can calculate with reasonable ,cer tainty as to their operations We look for amp id revival of trade, and very likely a strong specu lative tendency. The First National Bank of Greencastle gives official notice in oin ( ci&dumns to-day of its organi zation. It will now be open for business. CORIMCTED WEEKLY' 131 r JOS. P. YOUNG & CO., N 0.12 Mr.activcra EXCIU2cGE. U. S. 'Bl's 108 i !Eldorado. U. S. 5-20'a. 106-} Farrell Oil Reading R. R int.off. 5.1 Franklin Oil Penna. Railroad 59i Great Western... Catarrisaa Railroad...o 12i Germania Catawissa R. R.—Pret 1.17 Globe Oil North Penna. Railroad 251, Howe's Eddy Oil Phila. & Erie R. I Hibbard..... Long Island Hoge Islan. Schuylkill Narigatien. 24 Hyde Farm. Schuylkill Nu - v.—Pref. 314 Irvin 011._ Susquehanna Canal... 10 Jersey Well: Big Mountain C0a1.... Keystone Oil ,Krotzer. 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BIBLE HOUSE, Nem York City IF YOE WANT TO KNOW A LITTLE OF Ey - - MII7IIINC relating to the human systemAnale and female; the causes and treatment of diSeases; the marriage cue toms of the World ; how to marrtwell and a thousand thiaga never published before, read the revised .and en larged edition of "MEDICAL COMMON SENSE," a curious book for curious people, and a good book for every one. 400 pages, Ilk Illustrations. Price 81.50. Contents table sent free to any address. Books may be had at the Book stores, or will be sent by mail. post-paid, on receipt of the price. Address E. B. DAM:, M. D., febl.Em IMO Broadway, New York. EYE AND EAR.—Prof. J. Isaacs, M. D., Oc. millet and Aurist, formerly of Leyden, Holland, is tom ted permanently at No. 511 Pine Street, Philadelphia, where persons afflicted with disease of the Ey e or Ear; will he scientifically treated and cured, if curable. :7-479 , ARTIFICIAL El Rs inserted without pain. No charges made for Examination. N. 13 —The medical faculty Is invited, us he has no se crets in his mode of treatment. July-Cely HELMBOLD'S , CONCESTRATF.D EXTRACT 817- cat: is the Great Diuretic.. Concentrated Es • tract Sarsaparilla is the Great Blood Purifier. Both are pre. pared according turtles of Pharmacy and Chemistry•, and aro.the most active that can be made. THE BRIDAL CIIAMBER.—A note of wattling and adv i ce t o thecae suffering kith Sernimi) Weakness, General Debility. or Premature Decay, from whatever cause produced. Read, ponder, and reflect! Be wise in time. Sent FREE to any address, for the benefit of the afflic ted. Sent by return mail. Address JAMES S. BUTLER, 429 Broadway, Few- ork. To PURIFY, Enrich the binhtl. and Beautify the complexion use Ilembold's Highly Concentrated Fluid Eletraet Sarsaparilla. One bottle equals in strength one gal/on of the Syrup or Deeoction. PICTURES POR PATRIOTS.—Card Pho,tographe of President Lincoln and his son Willie, taken from life, 25 cents; Card Photograph of the President's body lying in state in Harrisburg, 25 cents; the name, large size, $1 50. Sent to any direction un receipt of price, and 3 cent stamp. J. Rosen)Aix.. may3.3t Optician, Harrisburg,..Ta. A THING OF BEAUTY IS A JOY POREVER.— Those who desire brilliancy of 'complexion, must purify and enrich the blood, which lielmtiold's Concentrated Ex. tract Sarsaparilla invariablyßoes. Recollect it Is no pal. eft medicine. Ask for Relnibold's. Take no other, ANODYNE CORDIAL, the Mother's Friend and Relief.—This valuable medicine Is again forlaale at MILLER'S NFAY DRUG STORE, next door west of Brown's Rota It is Far superior to all Soothing Syrups, or any other preparation for children - in Teething, Cliolig Diarrhea, or inward pains. WHY Injure the Complexion by Powders and 'Maims which choke or fill up the pores of the skin, and in a short limo leave It harsh and dry t It isle the blood, and if you want smooth and soft skin use Hetabold's Ex tract of Sarsaparilla. It gives a brilliancy to the complex lam -- OLD EYES MADE NEW.—A pamphlet directing hair to speedily restore eight and give up spectacles, with out ald of doctor or medicine. Sent by mall, free, on re• calpt of 10 cents. Address, E. B. FOOTS, M.D., febl-6m 1.130 Broadway, New York. 13EWARE OF CouvrEß FErrs and unprincipled dealers endeavoring to dispose of their own and other preparations. on the reputation attained by Helrabold's Genuine Preparasims. • WHISK ens ! WHISKERS T .---Do you want \Vida kers or Moustaches? Our Grecian Compound Will force them to grow on the smoothest face or chin, or hair on bald heads. in Six Weeks. Price, $l.OO. Sent by mail anyirhere, ebooy sealed, on receipt of price. Address, Wail:sac S Co., Box 138, Brooklyn N. Y. febl3.ly . A CLEAR, Smooth Skin and Beautiful Complex ion follow the use of liembold's Concentrated Fluid Ex tract Sanapatilla, It remotes black spots, pimples, and all eruptions of the Skirt. . THE BRIDAL CHAMBER, an Essay of Warning and Instruction for Young 51en--published by (bellow ant Asaociations, and sent free of charge in sealed euvel open.,Address, Dr. J. SKatri liotininoN, 'Howard As. sociaton, Philadelphia, Pa. feb-ly. QUANTITY TS. QUALlTY.—llembold's Extract Sarsaparilla—The do se is small. Those 'who desire a large quantity—end large dos4i of medicine—Eßß. REPORT OF THE MARKETS. Chambersbu CllasiaEuSßLlta, May 2, 1865. Flour—White 811 00 Butter 30 Flour—Red 10 50 Eggs 16 Wheat—White 2 00 Lard 18 Wheat—Red .. 1 75 , :Tallow 19 Rye 1 051 Bacon—Rama. ' 23ta2 Corn_ 1 10 Bacon=—Sides. 18 Oats ' 70 Soap Beaus 225 Clover Seed 14 00 Washed Wool - 60 Timothy Seed. - 4 50 Unwashed Wool . 40 Flaxseed 250 pared Peaches. 500 Potatoes—Mercer.... 120 Capered Peaches 300 Potatoes—Pint Eyes 1 15 Dried Apples A 200 [BY TELEGRAPH.] Ptilladelpbia Markeis. PHILADELPHIA, May 2, 1263 MI There is no shipping demand for Flom• and the sales are confined to the wants of the home trade at $7,2527,75 for superfine ; $8'68,50 for Extra, and 929,50 for Extra fami ly. No change in Rye Flour or Cora Meal . . Wheat comes in slowli and is dull at 82"41.10 for Red; 82102 , 2.30 for white. hales of 1000 bush. Rye at $1.30. Corn is MIMe and is in rod demand at 81308132. Oats are steady at Enc. Whisky sells at t 2.15e2.2t tar meampa.l Philadelphia Stock Market. Stocks dull. Penna. fives, 90! Mario Canal, 95 ; Long Island, - --;-Rcading 5111 Penna. R. N., ; Gold 140; Ex ctianke In New York par. , NEM eiuabbertisetnents. AM. CRISWELL will he a candidate . for the Grace Of County Treasurer, subject Ea the decision of the Union Nominating County Convention. GREEN TOWNSHIP. Slay 3d, 1845. BRICK ! BRICK !! BRICK! !! Tu e undersigned is now ready to eqntraet with any that is desirous of re-building for the finest kind of PRESSED, PAVING and HARD BRICK, made of the very best material told by Philadelphia wort - men. maylim W. H. WANAMAKER, Agent. JUSTICE OF THE PEACE.-THOS. J. WRIGHT being elected and commissioned a Jus tice of the Peace in. and for the hamlet of Chambersburg, teould respectfully inform the public that be will attend 'to the duties of said office at hisstore room, under Brown's Hotel, opposite the Market House, may3-4t THE PRISONER'S HOPE.—Hyinn for the National Funeral, A Nation Mourns, Sherman's Bonny Boys in Blue, and oar - late President's Favorite Poem, free to any addres, on receipt of 10 cents. Address -CHARLES JONES, may3.lt Lamborton St.; S. Trenton. N. J. EXECUTOR'S NOTICE.— -Notice is hereby given that Letters TestamentatT to the Estate of Eliralieth Saylor. late of Greencastle, deed, have been granted to the undersigned. All persons knowing themselves Indebted to said Estate will please make immediate payment ; and those having claims present them proporly auth entilmted fur settlement. mav3 GEORGE ILGINFRITZ, Ex'r. A DNIINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. \o, tier is hereby given that Letters of Administration, D. 1:1 N. C. T. A., on the Edate of 'Margaret L. Camp. bell,)ute ofCluttnbersburg, dee'd, have ben grunted to the undersigned. All persons knowing themselves indebted to said Estate will please make immediate payment; and those haring stomayreSept them pmnerly authenticated for settlement. ;nap! PATRICK AUGARVEV, Adnr. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.-No- Bee is hereby given that Lettets of Administration, on the Estate of James W. Lane, late of Guilford ante ship, deed, have been a.runtiNl to the undersigned. AU persons kenning themselves indebted to said Estate will please make immediate payment; and those having claims present them property athentidated fur settlement, maul ELIZABETH LANE, Atim'rx. EXECUTOR'S NO TICE.— 'oiice is hereby given that Learn Testamentary to the Estate of Jacob Burkholder, late of Lurgen township, div'd. have been grunted to the undersigned., residing: it Newburg. Pa. All persons knowing themselves indebted to said Estate will Please make inimediate payment; and those having claims present them propetly authenticated for settlemint. may 3 DAVID WHERRY, Ez'r. NoTicE IS' HEREBY GIVEN THAT . George W. Portz, of Waynesboro, on the Pth day of April, 1865, made a voluntary assignment of all his es late and effects, real and personal. in trust for hiscreditors to Joseph Douglas. All persons indebted to said Portz will please make im mediate payment, and those hosing claims present them properly authenticated for settlement to may.l-6t JOSEPH DOUGLAS, Assignee. CALL AND. SEE THE NATIONAL Mourning fiats at DECHERTS. SPECIE IN ABUNDANCE! • _ JEFF DAVIS, the greatestaf the rebel sprats, with thirteen millions in unit kegi mAing 'onward to Texas, is tiy lag to avoid the Income Tax.commissioners. we suppose. If Jeff could' only get a quantity of FREI' cf, k'OLTZ'S Cheap and Good - Style HATS, CAPS . and STRAW GOODS, we have no doubt he would readily pert with a keg or two of his precious 3 cargo. Store on Second St., opposite Soule's Photograph Gallery. Look'put fur the Sign of the Red S White Flag, CCARRIAGE MANUFACTORY.—The undersigned would respectfully inform the public that ho has resumed the Carriage making business at the old stand of ?Miler & Feltz, on the corner of Market and Sec ond Streets. where he is prepared to make to order any kind of CARRIAGES desired. He will also keep on hand and for tale all kinds of vehicles, such as BAROUCHES, CARRIAGES, BUGGIES. &c. . . . He nil) also give particular attention to tepairing cles suirras he has none but the best of workmen in his employment he feels assured 'that his work Rill give sat. isfaction. His prices will be - found to bons low if not lower than at any other shop. LIVERY.—He keeps on hand a stock of good saddle and driving Horses and Carriages of different kiwis fir hire at reasonable rates. teay3, 186.1 ' P. HEZCRY PEIFFER. LETTERS REMAINING UNCLAIMED In the Thlat Office at Chambersburg, State of Penn sylvania. May 2, 1555. WTo obtain any of these Letters, the applicant mast cull for "advertised Letters," give the date of thislist, and pay two cents for advertising. Bonebreak Henry[Foreman Fted'k Reese[ Edward Hastier W i n II [Foust Witty 'Scott Mrs Mary Berry Mics E IlartmenElizabeth Shirk Harry Brindle Peter Han Mrs Carolineleighter E Cutchew William Hoover Joseph iSnively Mrs Ann -Crider MissMaryE , Humber MarySiturbec k John Cramptim Miss M Hoover 'Miss _,, J I Sny tlerMkßuham Crider Peter • Karper Jobe S'outheet Henry I/ice Mrs Barb it Landis John Straley William S Dengler Charles Landis 'Mi.. Amy Young Mrs M. A Unnkle Jacob Markle Bel/ecru iYoung Theo F . Fleck Daniel Perry Ilildebert IYounge Mrs Eliza Flakes Benjamin Plunkett Mrs TREASURY DEPARTMENT, OFFICE OF COMPYROLLRE OF THE CURRENCY, Washington, April WhenEss, Bysantisfactory eviilenco presented to the undersigned, it has been made to appear that THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF GREENCASTLE, in the County of Fmnklitr and State of Pennsylvania, has been duly organized under and Recording to the requirements of the art of Congress, entitled "An Act to provide a Nation al Currency. simgred'hy a pledge of United States Bonds, tied to provide for the circulation rind redemption thereof." approved June 3d. if fel, and has complied with all the provisions of said net required to he complied with, before commencing the business of Banking under said act, Now therefore. I, Freeman Clarke, Comtroller of the Currency, do hereby eerhfy that,The .V irstNational Bank of Greenetuitle, in the Borough of Greencastle, in the County of Franklin, and State of Pennsylvania. is author ized to commence the' business of Ranking under the act aforesaid. In testimony whereof, witness my hand and sea of office. ft‘EALI this `:9th day of April. lEida. FlitlEhlAN CLARKE, Na 1041.. tinay3.loo Comptroller of the Currency. ALL THE NEWEST STYLES OF Fancy Cassimers and Coatings a t greatly* reduced prices, at It 'ATTiNTION.—A 11 woo LI Sacking for Cloaks and Coats, a superior article, a WHITE'S, tl doors North of the Post office. a 0 OD S SOLD BY THE YARD. AT l_A tAo lowest market price, and no charge for eihting garments, when persons desire to have them made*lse• where, at WH/TETI. VELVET CORD AND FUSTIAN, A ir splendid article, just received at a loos 'flgare, Call and lee there. at • WMTE'S. BL. A.SAIMER & CO. 'ARE.PRE • ptuvd to fondsli ALL HINDS of BUILDING and other LL'SPEIt an abort notice and reasonable terms. Ryon wish to build, NOTICE - -All persons indebted to A. J White by note or Baal Account mill oonfer alarm by calling and settling their ante without delay. His books are all that he bas say out of this great may 3 WHITE, Stone 13uilding, 2 doors no thoi Post Office: _ NEW AEIIVAL ducedlptices. rg Market*. the most fashionable lylea DECHERT can sell the beat quality of gwda and cheap er than any other house in this place. Market. NOTICE TO THE TAXPAYERS 0 P FRANKLIN COUNTY.—The Ta.rpayers of Franklin county will please take notice, that I, will meet them at the following places for the purpose of receiving the State, County and Military Taxes for the year 1865, WASHlNGTON.—Waynesboro', at the Hodes former ly- occupied py F. Bowden, on Wednesday and-Tbnrs. day, the 3d and 4tb*days of May. ANTRIM.--Greencastle, at the House formerly kept by Foreman & Gilds, on Friday and Saturday; the sth and 6th days of May. MONTGOMERY.—WeIsh Run, at the House ofJacolt Elliott, on Monday, the Bth day of May, and at the House of Thomas MAfee, inMercersburg on Tuesday, the 9th day of May. WARREN.—J. Zimmerman's Store, on Wednesday. the 111th day of May, and at P. Cook's Tannery, on Thurs. day, the 11th day of May. PETERS.—Loudon, at the House of James Mullen, on Friday, the 12th day of May, and at James D. Scott's More, Bridgeport, on Saturday, the 13th day of May. FANNETT,—Amberson's Valley, at the House of 8.J.. Culbertson, on Monday, the 15th ; at the House of A. B. Sieber, Concord, on Tuesday, I. le 16th day of May, and at the House formerly kept by Beal. Crouse, at Dry Run, ore Wednesday, the 17th day of May. METAL—Fanuettsburg, at the House of Mrs. Adana Ramsey on Thursday and Fridayo the 18th and 19th days of May. - LURGAN.—Roxbury, at the House of D avid Eitzmll ler on Monday and Tuesday, the VA and Rid days of May. LETTEREENNY.--Strasburg, at the House of J. B. Waist, on Wednesday and Thursday, the 29th and 25th days of May. ST. THOMAS—At the Store of D IX= & Elder, in St. Thomas, on Friday and, Saturday, the 26th and 27th days of Mn GREEN—Fayetteville, at the House of John S. BroWn, on Monday, the 29th day of May, and at the House of C. C. Foltz, In Greenvillage, on littaday, 30th day of Stay. PHILADELPHIA. March SOUTHAMPTON-3ft. Rock School Rouse, oa Wed nesday, the 31st day of May, and at the Home, of John Kyrie' r, in Orratown, on Thursday, the Ist day of June. GUILFORD—Marion, at the llonse of Jeremiah Bnrk, on Friday. the day of June, and at the Noose of Mn. H. Snider, in New Franklin, on Saturday, the i3d day of Jane. HAMILTON—At the Haase of John Gordon, on Man day and Tuesday, the sth and dth days & June. CHAMBERSHVRO—At the Treasurer's Office, on Wednesday and Thursday, the ith and Bth days of gine. None but Pennsylvania or Government funds re eels ed for Taxes. LICENSES.—AII persons who are subject to papa Mercantile or Manifacturers License, trill-please take rip said License at the 'above stained places, as J are compell ed by law to bring suit on all unpaid License by the 10th day of July next. JAMES G. ELDER, march:hi County Treasurer. MONEY WANTED.-BRAND & FLACK respectfully request all persons knowing themselves indebted to them by notes or book accounts to call and make immediate settlement The necessity of this notice is apparent to every one, and we hope those in. debted will report a, once. aug244f COUNTY TREASURER.—MAJ. Joan lianst.na, offers himself as a candidate for, the office of Coan7 Treasurer, aultect to the decision of ihe Union Yominating Convention. w - • - St. TIIO3(AS, Starch 2.1186,5. CfOUNTY.TREASURER.—At the solic itation of a number of my friends, I announce my self a candidate for the Ottice of County Treasurer, sub ject to the decision of the Union Nominating County Coacention [Qlitscr, March WM. FLAGLE. TREASURER.—SamneI F. Greenawalt offers himself as a Candidate for The office of County Treasurer, subject to the decision of the Union Nomina ting Convention. CIIAXIIEWILTG, Marcia 15. 4HERIFFALTY.—At the solicitation of a number of my friends, I offer myself as'a.Can -didate for the office of Sheriff of Franklin County, subject to the decision of the Union Nominating Convention. GVILFORD TOWN - 8111P, Munch Z. • .F. W. DOM. cIIIERIFFALTY.—Enconraged by a 40 number of my friends, I offer myself as a Candidate for the office of Sheriff, subject to the dbcieion of the Union Nominating County Convention. DAVID EBY. HAMILTON TOWNBIIEP, March 2.9.. QHERIFFALTY.—I offer myself as a Candidate for the office of Sheriff - of Franklin county, subject to the decision of the Union Nominating Conven tion. THOMAS 3VAFEE. Ma=Etteutlau, Pa., Marches, 18(15' SHERIFFALTY.—Encouraged by a numberof my Mends, 'offer myself as a candidate for the office of Sheriff, subject to the decision of the Union Nominating- County Convention. 31. LEISHER. CHAMBER-41313M March 15. - c i tifIERIFFALTY.—Capt. JNO. DCEELEII ►Li of Chambersburfc, will be a candidate for the pffice of Sheriff, subject to the - decision of the Union Nominating County Convention, warcidS. ADMI 7 ISTRAT(SR'S SALE.—By vir tue of an order of the Orphans' Court of Franklin county, - Pa., I will expose to Public Sale, on the premi ses, on Saturday, the 13th day of May, 1865, at 1 o'clock, P. IL, the following described Real Estate, situate In Peters township, in raid county, belonging to Samuel Davis, decd, to wit n Tract of about SEVEN ACRES OF LIMESTONE LAND, adjolning lands of Thos. B. Kennedy, Joseph - Shatter, George Clapsaddle and others. having thereon erected a lt story LOG DWELLING HOUSE, Log Stable and other necessarYontkuildlags. Also, a thriving Young Orchard. Terms made known on day- of sale. april 19-31 WIL STITZEL, Adner. . A N ELECTION FOR_ PRESIDENT £1 and Directors of the Franklin Rail Road Company, will he held at the Company's otlice, in Harriburg, be tween the hours of 19 A. It. and 4 P. M., of ,Wednesday, thr 3d day of May Cart. E. M. BIDDLE, april.264h Secretary. NNOTICE.—An election for Director of the Franklin county Mutual Fire Insurance Compa ny. will be held on Monday, the drk of .Ilay, nett, at the mike of the coThiliany, in Chumbersburg, betwern the hours of I and 4 o clock of said day. April26-2t WhL 31.'CLELLAN Scc'y.• V. DEAL, P. 31 0 R• ce ' , SALE .—A family leaving this pints, will sell a GRAND PIANO on very reasona ble terms. It can be seen by calling at the residence of The late JAMES WRIGHT, Esq., corner Qneen and Third streets. april26 FOR SALE.—A good STEAM ENGINE, six horse power, In good condition. Can be seen by calling at T. B. Wood's Foundry. 5ei.11.41 JACOB GARVER. TL'OR SALE.—A full course - Scholarship lathe Quaker City Business College of Philadelphia. Apply at this office. IneP 7- • - 1 , !, 0 0 0 ai ßE gne4 W wi lD p. . ; -- o T ri h: T un ao tr s : DOLLARS to any party or parties who Will ar• rest and deliver to the civil authorities of Franklin o:nut ty, F. W. &gait, (son of "Extra Billy') a captain an der NlTansland when Clunnberaburg was burned, and who burned my midence and barn and stele various val uable articles from the hours, _ .'llleltr.roarroWlC Association iviU abo pay rIVE HUN DRED DOLLARS, for the Wrest of either 31Tansland or Gilmore, and their delivery to the civil authorities of ;Vs county. rapril264] A. K. 3.I.'CLURE. ArWr Rmhmond Whig please copy 3t and send bIU to thisotfice. rpHE REV. E. B. WILSON, OF THE German Reformed Church, having accepted a call from the Grind Stone Hill Charge, and having 10(.2161 himself in Fayetteville, would most r!speetfully offer his services to all who may call upon him in Visiting the Sze* and, Attending Pon,rals or„Weddinge. Address ap26.20 REV. E. B. WILSON, Fayetteville, Pa. • PROPOSALS.--Seald proposals will be received until the sth day of May next, at the Nation al Bank of Chambersboorg, for the ere c tion. of a NEW, BANKING HOUSE on the site of the old Bank, in — tie . .. • cordance with plans and specifications, now in the 'mike of the Cashier. aprill9.3t G. R. NESSFataiLTIX, Cashier. atibertionnents. r V 0 as acall, =I FIATS AND CAPS AT DECITERT'& Spring and Sommer styles now ready, a tgreatly re- A large assorEmeot oflassta' and Chfidre4's Hats, all of Come and examine our goods and be oosivineed that Remember the place, Second Street, Iwo doors north of ,finantiaL Qtcinbiliateo' Cubs. Ootate 55ales. (Mutton Jloticeo. , Veromiat Iltopertg *Meg. LATEST NEWS! BY TUESDAY'S NAILS, Rebel Rain Webb Minns up. Como, Arel 30. The steamer Ifississippi, from New Orleans; reports that the rebel ram Webb passed New Or leans in broad day, displaying the stars and stripes. ..She hoisted the rebel flag a few miles above Fort ..She Philip, Her =denser got out of order, and she was deserted and blown up. AS far as known she inflicted no damage save cutting the telegraph wires. A portion of her crew have arrived at New Orleans. The remainder have left for parts unknown. Movements of/etl: Davis.-. Hampton's aliT Escorting lEilin. l .-General Wilson will. Probably Prevent His Escape. NEW YoRS, Aptil The Herald's Newborn correspondent says the last positive information of Jeff. Davis move ments was that he passed through Charlotte on his way southward, escorted by a brigade of cat,. airy, probably Wade Hampton's, on the 23d in- stant. As Gent Wilson was at Macon on the 20th, and virtually held allionthern Georgia, the chances are that Davie cainot escape, 105 Officers and 1,000 Nen of Morgan's Old Command Nurrender—Others anr• renders. Lixn:GroN, April,3o. One hundred and five officers and one hundred men of Morgans old command surrendered to General Hobson, at Mount Sterling, today. Twelve hundred rebels also surrendered to Hobson's troops. Several hundred deserters from the rebel army took the oath of amnesty, and eastern - Kentucky is now clear of rebel troops. barman's Army en route for Washington.. WASIITSGTCS, April 30. - General Sherman's army is en .route for Wash ington, overland. The Government today tele graphed to Baltimore Philadelphia and New York, for fifty bakers from each place, in order to be ready for the army. . • Legal fotireo. ADMINISTRATOR'S' NOTICE.--No ttoe is hereby given that Letters of Administration on the Estate of Sarah Struabangh, late of Antrim town ship, deo'd, have been granted to the undenigned. All persons knowing themselves indebted to said Estate will please make immediate payment; and those having claims present themproperly authenticated for settlement. march 29 WM. STITS/ItAtiGH, Adm's EXECUTOR'S NOTIC E.—Notice is hereby given, that Letters Testamentary to the Ee• tate of Andrew Oil, late et Peters township, deo'd, have been granted to the undersigned. All persons knowing themselves indebted to mid Estate will please make immediate payment, and those having claimsresent them properly authenticated for settlement, JOHN MULLER, Ex'''. ingoiriano. J. C. HlClLittiig, M. D. • JNO. KON'TGOMERT, M. D. - p IcHARDs & MONTGOMERY have AA' associated themselves in the Praaice of Medicine, and have opened an office in Dr. Richards' new building, on Main street, a few doom South of the Diamnd. All persons indebted to either of the alma will please. make early settlement of the same. fatlif24-tri DR. J. S. MAURER OFFERS WS services as a Physician and Surgeon to the citizens of St. Thomas and vicinity. Promptness at all hours. Residence opposite the Post Odice. apritl9.em DR. W. H. BOYLE will attend prompt ly to all profeeclonal calla. Office in the Vestibule of the New School House near the Jail. iattg9.9. glebtrat. 8 ,,,,, , ALTIMORE LOCK HOSPITAL.-Dr. JOHNSTON, the founder of this Celebrated Tristan. lion, offers the most certain, speedy, and only effectual remedy in the world for Gleets, Structures,. Seminal Weakne4,i-Pitin in tie Loins, Constitutional Debility, Impotence, Weakness of the Back and Limbs, Affirtione of the Kidneys, Palpitation of the Heart, Dyspepsia, Ner., vous Irritability, Diseases of the Heart, Throat, Nero of skin; and all those serious and melancholy digorders axis ing.from the destructive habits of Youth, which destroy both body and mind. These secret and solitary practices are more fatal to their victims than the song of the Syrens to the mariner Ulytsus, blighting their most brilliant hopes or anticipations, rendering marriage, &e., impossible. youy MEN! Young Men espeaially, o have become the victims of Solitary Vice , that dread(' and destructive habit which and annually sweeps to an untimely grave thousands of young men of the most exalted talent and brilliant Intellect, who might otherwise have entranced listening Senates with the thunders of eloquence, or waked to ecstacy the living lyre; may call with full confidence. MARRIAGE! " Marriea persons, or young men contemplating marriage being aware of physical weakness,organic debt ity, defor— mities, &c, should immediately consult Dr. Johnston. Re who places himself under the care of Dr. Johnston may religiously confide in his honor as a gentleman, and confidently rely upon his skill as a physician. ORGANIC WEAKNESS IMMEDIATELY CURED AND FULL VIGOR RESTORED. This disease is the penalty most frequently paid.by those who hava become the victims of improper indulgences. Young.persons are too apt to commit excesses from not being aware, of the dreadful consequences that may ensue. Now, who thatunderstandsthe subject will ptetendhadeny that the power of Procreation is lost sooner by those falling into improper habit than by the prudent Besidesbeing de prived of the pleasure of healthy offspring, and the most serious and destructive sympathy to mind and body arise. The system becomes deranged, the physical and mental powers weakened, nelsons debility, dyspepsia, palpitation of the heart, indigestion, a wasting of the frame,- cough, symtoms of consumption. . Office No. 7, Scud, Frederick area, seven doors from Baltimore street, East side, up the. steps. Be particular in observing the name and number, or you will mistake the place. A CUBE 'WARRANTED IN TWO DAYS.' No Mercury or Nauseous Drugs. DR. JOHNSTON, Member of the Rs C hags of Surgeons, London. Frutunic from one of eminent Colleges of the United Strifes, and the greater part of whose life has been spent in fhe hospitals of London, Paris, Philadelphia and elsewhere, has effected some of the most astonishing cures that were ever known. Many troubled with _ringing is the head and ears when asleep, great nen-ousntss, being alarmed at sudden sounds, and - ,bashfulness, with frequent blushing, attended sometimes -with derangement of mind, were cured immediately. A CERTAIN DISEASE! When the misguided and imprudent votary of pleasure find he has imbibed the seed of this - painful disease, it Woof ten happens that an ithtimed sense of shame, or dread of dis• covery, deters him from applying to those who from eduest; Lion and respectability can alone befriend him, delaylsgtill the constitutional symptoms of this horrid disease make their appearance, such as ulcerated sore throat, diseased nose, nocturnal 'pains in the head and limbs, dimness of sight, deafness, nobs on the chin, bones and arms, blotches on the head, face and extremities, progressing with frightfal m• • pidity, till at last the palate of the month „or the bones of the, nose fall in and the victim of this awful disease be comes a horrid Object of comrnisseration, till death puts a period to his dreadful sufferings, by sending him to "that bourne from whence no traveller returns." To such, there fore, Dr. Johnston pledges himself to preserve the moat inviolable secrecy; and from his extensive practice in the first Hospitals of Europe and America, he can ctinfidently recommend a safe and speedy oure to the unfortunate vic tim of this horrid disease: ; . _ It is a melancholy. fact That thousands fall yiotims to this horrid disease owing to the unskillfulness of ignorant pretenders who by use of that dreadful poison, Mercury, ruin the constitutwo, and either mad the unfortunate an untimely grave, or make the residue of life miserable, TAKE PARTICULAR NOTIC.II I Di. J. addresses those who have injured themselves by private and Improper indulgences. 'These ore some of the sad and melancholy effects pro duced by early habits of. youth, viz:—Weakness of the Buck and Limbs,Pains in the Head, Dimness of Sight, Low of Muscular Power, Palpitation of the Heart, Dye pepsin, Nervous Irritability. Derangement of the Diges tive Funetious General Debility, Symptoms of Consump tion, &e. MENTALLY, the fearful effects on the mind are ntleeh to be dreaded loss of Memory, confusion of Ideas, Depres sion of Spirits, Evil Forebodings. Aversion to ffociety, Self-Distrnst, Love of Solitude, Timidity, Ice., are some of the evil effects. Thousands of persons of all ages can now judge what is the cause of their declining health, leasing their vigor, becoming weak, pale, have singular appearance about the eyes, cough, and symptoms of Consumption. Dr. JOILNSTON'S L.NTIGORATLNG REMEDY FOR ORGANIC WEAKNESS. By this great mal ixnportantiremedy, Weakness of the Organs is speedily cured, andfall vigor restored. 'Phousands of the most nervous and debilitated, who had last all hope, have been immediately relieved,' All impediments to Marriag Physical or Mental Disqualifi cation, Nervous irritabilit e, y, Trembling, Weakness or Ex haustion of the most fearntl kind, speedily cured by Dr. Johnston. _ _ YOUNG MEN, who have injured themselves by a certain practice, 'Tidal. god in when alone—a habit frequently learned from evil companions, or at school, the effects are nightly felt, even when asleep, and if not cured reader marriage impossible, and destroy - 81*th mindandbody,should apply immediately ',hat a pity that a young man. the hope of his comitty, the darling of his parents, should be snatched from all prospects and enjoyments of life, by the consequence of deviating from the path of nature, and indulging in a oer• Lain necret habit. Suchpersons, before contemplating • MARRIAGE should reflect that a sound` mind and body.are thernietne cessary requisites to promote connubial happiness Indeed. without these, the journey through life becomes a weary pilgrimage, the prospect hourly delimit to the view the mind becomes shadowed with despair, and filled with the me l anc h o ly reflection, that the happiness of another be eomes blighted with our own, OFFICE NO. 7 ROUTE FREDERICK BTRERT BALTIMOILF.. TO STRANGERS.—The many thousands cured at this Institution in the bast fifteen years; and the numerous im portant 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 afflicted. N. B. There area° manybrziOnuit and worthless quacks advertising themselves as. Ph as, ruining the health of the already afflicted, De Johnston deems it to say to those unacquainted with his brpnbitiOn t that g Diplomas Altn,g in bis dike. TANS NOTICE.—AII letters must be poet pold,ltad contain 4 postage stamp for the tdpty a , ex no answet be sent. - boar 161 p.