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No'vember . 1, 180.
THE AtintY VOTE.—The return judges of the
county met again on Friday to count the army
vote, which - was very light, only seven votes be
ing cast for the Mate ticket. We give below the
vote, in connection with the total home vote:
AUDITOR GENT.E.Ay Home. Allay. Total.
Kartranft 3,613 7 3,620
Davis 3,496 3,496
HartmThiree mgjoritp, 7.4
stniv - Vron
Campbell's majority, 115.
M'Conaughy's majority, 64.
Ittuacaa's majority . la Adams county 'seg.
Stambatvt.r , i'LelLa ,, 16
- Shaman " " 70
- WLellan ---- " Shuman, 83
Dcebler's majority. 155.
Ilassler's majority, 177
Kohn's majority, 125
DIRRCTOR — OF POOR.
Neria's majority, 101
Idaclay's maj . tety, 100.
tinicnicandiilates in Italics, Democrats in Roman
I'noarTHE 77Tii.—The Lancaster intelligen
cer publishes the following letter_ from a member
of the 77tli,lated Oct. 3, 1865. It will be read
witlfinterest by the many friends of the 77th in
"On Tuesday, August Bth; at 3o'clock A. NL, we broke
camp at Green Lake, and started. as we supparsed, for
San Antonio, butby some turn of the '''wheel" our desti
nation was changed to Victoria, (about 04 miles from
Green Lake,) at which place we arrived at 12 o'clock SI.
of the 9th, and on the morning of the 10th marched sis
miles to this camp; on the banks of the Gandalope river,
(about as large as Mill creek,) and where we have been
laying quietly ever since
"l see no sign of the 'nth Pennsylvania getting home
*kn. , Within the last two weeks seven regiments have
been mustered out of the corps, (that was,) all of which
were Western troops ; and the 2nd Pennsylvania Inde
pendent Battery, formerly commanded by the lamented
Captain Stevens, who fell at Chickamauga are to be mas
tered out nextHeek. The 77th are now doing post duty
at Victoria, in place of the 51st Ohio, mustered out
Everything is quiet about here, and were it not fur the
presence of the military , a stranger would not know that
there had ever been ally war.
"The health of the regiment is improving, owing, I sup
pose, to the change of the weather. One blanket is hard
ly sufficient to keep a person comfortable at night, but is
about the middle of the day. The Georgia mourner cus
tom would not be a bad style for this section of the coun
BRIG. GEN. CHARLES T. CAMPBELL, of this
place, who was mastered out under the order
proMulgated some time- ago, honorably discharg
ing a large number of
_general officers, has been
reinstated by order of the War Department,
Gen. Campbell-is a thorough soldier, having serv
ed throughout the Whole war, first as Colonel of
the let Penna. Reserve Artillery, and afterwards`
as Colonel of the 57th Penna. Infantry, from
which be was promoted to, a Brigadier General.
Ire lost the use of his right arm and was wound
ed in half,a dozen places of his body during his
many campaigns; which incapacitated him frf;m
pursuing - ins former calling. In Consideration of
these circumstance--a-the order mustering him out
was countermanded and he is again assigned to
St DDEN DEATH. , —We learn from the Shippens.
burg Sentinel that Mr. David Goodyear, of that
place, died suddenly on Wednesday last. He was
at work repairing an ambulance in front of his
'door, when he fell over and breathed his last in a
few moments. He was carried into the house,
but we believe, never spoke after he was lifted
from The ground: Mr. Goodyear was about sixty,
years of age, and for many years kept Graeffen
burg Springs in Adams County. He bad been in
bad health for a year or more, but the immediate
cause of his death was supposed to be . paralysis.
He was an industrious„ honest and respectable
citizen. His remains were attended to the
grave on Thursday by the oda. FellOws, with which
order he was connected.
THOS,...FRISBY, of Fayette, Misiouri, advertises
that he will furnish the best beef in the market to
customers at five cents_ a pound. In Chambers
burg, good beef brings twenty cents a pound, and
in Philadelphia thirty cents. The Philadelphia
Ledger thinks it would - pay our butchers to buy
up this Missouri beef, slaughter it on the spot,
pack it in ice and bring it to the eastern markets.
Or, any association of drovers not in the ring,
could secure - Cgood sale for their beef by buying
it in Missouri and selling it in Pennsylvania at a
good living profit.
A COLD WINTER COMlNG.—Farmers and
others in the rural districts, predict an early win
ter, a long one and a strong one. One of the
signs is that birds 'early took their flight south
ward, and another that the husk of the growing
corn was very thick and covered the ears to the
very ends, a never failing proof that overcoats
and fuel will be in great demand.
—DEFEATED.—Major Molekraz, the Democratic
,candidate for' the Legislature, in, Blair county,
• was defeated at the late election by 500 majority.
';Daring the war the Major encamped for several
weeks with a company of cavalry near Waynes
boro', and for general bad conduct acquired some
'little notoriety "among the Citizens of that place.
WEALTH OF Fttaissuti CouNTY.—The -Har
risburg —Telegraih publishes a tabular statement
of the valtie of real and personal property-in the
several counties of this State, as ascertained by
the list census, in which Franklin county appears
as follows:—Beal Estate. $20,079,556; Personal
Property„ :$6,586,922; total, $26,636,478.
HUN'rENG FOR Oth.—lt is stated that " eyinp-
toms" of oil have been found near Newvllle, C
" - ---herland county. di company. has been formed,
and boring operations commenced. Some pretty
bard rocks have been found, must probably blue
limestone, •which abounds iu this valley, but the
borers are not discouraged, and expect shortly to
make ii - grand strike. •
REUEvEca;—We have been informed that Cap
tain Henderson, Provost Marshal of the 15th and
16th districts, has been relieved,-to take effect on
the 10th Mat The records of both districts will
be removed to Harrisburg and the offices consol
idated with the Dauphin and several other dis
To BE MUSTERED OUT.-r-CODlpailt L, '4nd
Penn's Cavalry, 'a portion of which has been sta
tioned in our town. for some time, left for Cum
berland, Md., last week s where the regiment le
to rendezvous preparatory to being inusteredoit
. AT Hour.—Capt. James R. Gilmore, Super
otendent of Military Telegraph in the Depart
ment of• South Carolina, returned to his home in
t4isplitue last week, quite unwell.
.THE farm of W. C. 311inight, in Antrim town
ship, was not sold at public ' sale, as advertised
and is now offered at private sale.
RELIGIOUS.—There will be preaching in the
Presbyterian Church next Sabbath, by the R,ey.
GLLTO.I3IIYAIQT,STRATTON dc. FRAM isco's
Harrisburg Cosititiercin/ College if you want a sound bu
siness education. Scholarships issued at Harrisburg are
'good in forty-five Colleges. Any person sending us the
names of twenty or thirty young men of their acqnsint
once, who would be interested In this branch of 'education
will be presented with our College Monthly, Cards of Ba
ldness and Ornamental Penmanship, College Bank Bills,
Engraved Posters. Cards, &c. For particular* address
Bryant, Stratton & Francisco, Harrisburg, Pa.
HOUSEHOLD FRIENDS.—Coe's Cough Balsam
and Coe's Dyspepsia Cure—they should always be In the
house ready for immediate use ;_they arethe most reliable
remedies known. The one always handy and speedy in
cases of sadden attacks of croup amongst the children, or
for curing the most stubborn coughs and colds, is excel
lent for sore throat and all lung &faculties. The other—
coe's Dyspepsia Cure—is certain to cure: dyspepsia, no
matter of bow long stAnding,.indigestion, and all diseases
that originate in a disordered state of the stomach and
DEITLICS CLOTHING STORIL—BILE few per
sons have sustained a better reputation for correct dealing
than Leiter the cheap clothier. liis goods and prices al
ways give satisfaction, of which no greater proof can be
asked than the regular increase of his custom.' See his
Advert e.entent in to-days paper.
'3 53.1 R
AT CRESSLER'S DREG I4TORE.—A new and
extensive stock of Toilet Articles, foreign and domestic.
are mac offered, many of them at reduced prices. Call
DREADFUL SHIPWRECK.—Two Hundred and
Sixty Coolies Drowned or Eateny Tigers.—The
English papers give the particulars of the loss of
the American built ship Eagle Speed, while on
her way with four hundred and ninety-seven Coo-
lies from, Port Canning to Demarara. The wreck
took place near Halliday's Island, August 22d,
and the fatal results are thus described :
Three of the Eagle Speed's boats were launch
ed, manned by the crew. Including the coolies
who threw themselves into the water on hen
coops, the boats saved one hundred and sixty
nine, and II the Europeans. Captain Hoskins'
boat road fire trips, but the others were soon
smashed; one of them had at half-past twelve
brought off the captain, whom his own crew - re.
fused to help.
The steamer Lady Elgin, which was near, left
for Port Canning; no hint was given to three hun
dred miserable wretches who were sinking to
launch theship's cutter, which bad not been used,
though the iine European left and five negroes did
do so, and With thirty coolies were afterward
found by the steamer. The ship continued to
float all that night, and did not sink till seven on
Wednesday morning, justifying the opinion - of
Capt.' Hoskins. "Considering the rate at which
the ship was sinking, I was sanguine that we
would have succeeded in getting the greater por
tion of the coolies out." Two steamers were at
once sent round from Calcutta, and the Lady El
gin returned from Port Canning. They found
three coolie lads on the mast of the wreck, and
saved about sixty more who had floated to Haiti
dav's and Butcher's Islands, where the tigers are
said to have destroyed some. The coolies assert
that the last European attempted to fire the ship.
Of the four hundred and ninety-seven coolies,
two hundred and sixty seem to have perished on
that terrible Wednesday morning or afterward in
'___QONCLUSION OF THE ALLEGHENY POISON
CASE.—The Grinder poisoning case was on Sat
urday concluded in the Court of Oyer and Ter
m iner. The first act of the drama is over—at
nine o'clock, the court was opened, and in a few
minutes after, Mrs. Martha Grinder was brought
in and placed in the dock; at twenty-five minutes
past lime the jury came in, and took their seats
in the jury box.
Clerk Herron : "Gentlemen of the jury, have
you agreed upon a verdict ?" Foreman: "we
have. We find the prisoner guilty of murder in
the first degree." The verdict was now recor
ded as prescribed by law. Clerk Herron : "Gen
tlemen of the jury, hearken unto your verdict
as the court bath recorded it. In this issue join
ed between the Commonwealth and Martha Grin
der, you say she is guilty of murder in the first
degree. and so you say all ?" Jurors: "We
Mrs. Grinder,*during the impressive and so
lemn scene, maintained the greatest composure,
- and when remanded to prison walked out of the
court-rootnt with a firm and elastic step, appa
rently indifferent to everything around her. On
being conducted to her cell she requested that
she might have an interview with her husband.—
Warden White kindly granted her request, and
admitted him to her celb During their interview
she became much effected, and wept bitterly.—
Grinder also shed teiffsrbut did not appear to ful
ly realize the awful position in which his wife,w•as
placed. She protested her innocence, repeatedly
saying that her neighbors had maliciously perse
cuted her, and on the trial bad sworn falsely. In
ans% er to the inquiry if she desired the services
of a minister, she said she did, and designated the
Rev. Mr. Dermott. of the M. E. church, as the
person whom she wished to administer to her
" CONFEDERATE" Geseit..“...9.—Gen. Lee is
President of Washington College, Va. General
Beauregard is Superintendent of a New Orleans
_railroad. Gen. Wise is at present sojourning in
Richmond, with his son-in-law, Dr. Garnett.—
Lieut. Gen. Ewell spent the summer months at
Warrenton, Va. Gen. (Extra Billy) Smith is at
big residence in the same place. Gen. Huniph
reys is Governor of Mississippi. Gen. Lovell is
farming. Gen. Tappan is merchandizing in Vicks
burg. Gen. Bate is practicing law at Pulaski,
Tenn. Gen. Win. Maury is similarly engaged in
Nashville, and Gen. Battle at Gallatin. Gen.
Benning is a lawyer at Columbus, Ga., and Gen.
It. H. Anderson has also returned to the bar.
Gens. Bragg and Hardee are cultivating Alabama
plantations. Gen. Sorrel is banking at Savannah.
Gen. W. T. Martin is farming in Miisissippi.—
Gen. Foriest is running a saw-mill on the Missis
sippi. Gen. Blanchard is planting in Louisiana,
Gem. Bonham, M'Gowan and Connor are candi
dates for Congress from South Carolina. Gen.
C4ittenden is at home in Kentucky. Gen. Cheat
ham is on his farm. men. Mahone is at Ports
mouth, Va. — Gen. Buckner is trying to recover
his confiscated property. Gen. S. R. Anderson
is awaiting a pardon at Nashville. Gen. Wade
Hampton has been elected Governor of South
Carolina. Gen. Hilliard is at home iu Arkansas,
and Gen. Jordan writing for the magazines.
MoNfwmurty BLAnc compares President
Johnson to John Tyler, and says that the latter,
"although .. elected by Whig voters, made all his
appointments to office from the Democratic par
ty. So to help the Slocum ticket, he_ tells the
New Yorkers that he will " warrant them,,tbat
when they give Andrew Johnson the voice of-the
State of New York, the Democracy will have the
offices." Shame on the tongue which could utter
so miserable a slander, and associate in the same
breath the name of John Tyler, the traitor to his.
party, and Andrew Johnson the patriot! While
Blair, Van Buren, and company profess to be the
friends of the President, they are doing what
they can insidiously to injure him in the estima
tion of his countrymen. " Things are 1 often
spoken and seldom meant," says the proverlf, but
in this instance , Blair wants to bribe voters with
the hope of office, and to further his purpose he
does not hesitate to' use the foulest means. He
speaks to beguile and delude. After this the
country need not be astonished at anything Dem
ocratic orators may say. Blair's compliment to
the President in his comparing him to Tyler is
'Certainly of a most equivocal and extraordinary
nature. How next will be attack the President!
Can he not abto'associate hint with the Old Pub
lic Functionary.— Wailtington Chronicle.
A PRETTY TOUCH STORY.—W. M. Beaucamp
of Onondaga county, New York, sends to the
American Agriculturist an interesting account of
a farmer he formerly knew, who was born with
out arms. Instead of appealing to the charitable
for support he commenced early to help himself.
His first property was a hen and chickens, next a
pet lamb, and afterwards a shaggy colt. He took
good care of these, and increased his stock a lit
tle at a time until he became a prosperous farmer.
Having no hands, he learned to use his toes,
which were longer than common. His legs were
also very flexible, acd bfpractice he was enabled
to readily perform most operations with ease.—
He put on and took off his own clothes, shaved
and led himself, milked his own cows, and took
part in most labors of the farm. He sas a ter
ror to evil doers, whom ho punished severely.—
He was powerfully built and possessed, of great
strength in the head and shoulders. He would
butt like a ram, or seize an offending urchin
with his teeth and shake hint with bull dog
tenacity. He died at the age of seventy, leaving
large family—having been married three times.
A MURDER, mysterious in its character, was
perpetrated in broad day in Baltimore on Sun
day. The victim warffenry B. Grove, proprie
tor of a photographic establishment in Baltimore
street, a few doors below South.' He was found
upon the floor of his gallery by his assistant, J.
I). Phillips, with a pistol shot in the back of his
head, hie body being yet warm, showing that the
deed had been committed only a little time pre
vious to Mr. P.'s arrival. From facts presented,
it appears that robbery was the incentive, us the
pockets of the deceaied were turned inside out,
and his Watch and breastpin gone. The murder
et is as yet unknown.
MARRIAGES AT EfutatoND:—The Richmond
correspOndent of the. Wheeling (W. Va.,) Intelli
gence? writes: "Among the rumors prevalent is
an on dit that General Terry, commanding this
department, will shortly marry the daughter of a
well-known merchant of Richmond. The young
lady in question is about eighteen, and belongs to
a family remarkable for its beauty, of which, in
point of appearance, she - is certainly not an un
worthy member. Some of our young-misses,
who, not more than a few months since were boil
ing over with hatred for everything native or
german- to "Yankeedom," have overcome their
aversion with amazing facility. In a few nights-,
the daughter of our richest tobacco merchant,
who is said to have secured within the coffers of
the bank of England, a princely fortune, will mar
ry a Federal officer now on duty at Richmond.
I have heard of one or two other instances of a
similar nature. Stars and brass buttons have a
proverbially dazzling effect upon the youthful fe
male imagination, and with some of our Rich
mond misses it seems to be a matter of small con
cern whether the stars andhuttons adorn the loy
al bli' or 'rebel gray."
INFOIMATIONT AS TO PENSIONS.—The Com
missioner of Pensions is preparing for Congress
his report for the current year. In 1862 there
were only 8147 pensioners of all classes on the
lists. In 1863 the lists increased to ,14,780; in
1864 to 51,135; and up to October 17, 1865, the
certificates issued on admitted claims amounted
to about $93,000- the full ',vision for a.. Lieu
tenant Colonel and officers of a higher grade is
$4O per month; for a Major, $•25 ; fora Captain,
$2O: for a First Lieutenant, $l7 ; for a Second
Lieutenant, $l5; and for enlisted men, $B. Un
der a special act, passed last March, persons who
have lost one foot I* one hand are entitled to'
$2O per month, and to $25 per month for both
hands and both eyes. There are one-guhrter,
one-half, and two-thirds pensions, according to
the rated.degrees of disability : and where a man
is killed, or dies from disease contracted in the
line of duty, the widow, minors, dependent moth
er or sister, draw full pensions, according to the
rank of the deceased. .
VMGINLt RETURNING TO HER CUPS.—The
Richmond Times, which believes " iu use of good
liquor," commences a moderate drinking article
with the following language:
"Scarcely had the smoke lifted from the field
of conflict—hardly had the echoes of the last gin
of the war ceased, before a crop of cross-road
groCeries and groggeries sprung up all over the
Conimonwealth like fungi upon the decayed 6
of some fallen giant of the forest. ,The proeess
of the reconstruction and revival oftthese-fibated
nuisance—these institutions of the olde time—
was not gradual or progressive, bu ike the aura
in tide-water. Virginia in Sep ber,, they ap
peared immediately everywhe e, and atone and
the same time."
PRESIDENT J,OHNSON AND THE COPPER
HEADS—The Harrisburg Telegraph says: "A
distinguished Pennsylvanian, who was present at
an interview With Andrew Johnson, when it was
intimated-that the Copperhead leaders of Penn
sylvania: were coupling the President's name as
being in sympathy with- their movements and ob
jects, authorizes us to say that Andrew Johnson
indignantly repelled the intimation, and deerdred
that he was unable to discriminate whether the
insult was greatest to be by Union men
or to be claimed by Copperheads as beingln \
pathy with their he ' h designs on the country.!"
This is about as erup tic 'as it well can be. The .
Copperheads may as wt. make up their minds
that the attempt to Tylerize President Johnson's
administration is altogether helpless.
REGENERATION OF THE SOUTH.—Gurernor
Andrew has accepted the Presidency of a com
pany designed to aid in reorganizing the South
by bringing together those who have plantations
and farms for which they- desire improvement,
and those who possess the capital and skill re
quired for that work. There are thirty-five gen
tlemen connected with this enterprise, who rep
resent New York, New England, Pennsylvania
and the West. The success of this project, of
which them can be no doubt, will do more for the
South than all that thus 'far the South has done
A BREEZE-KISSED honeysuckle diffuses a plea
sant fragrance, but its aroma has not the tropical
richness of Phalon's ''Night-Blooming Cerene."
That marvellous scent, voluptucius yet not too
powerful, seems closely akin to the fragrant charm
with which Nourmahal enehautedlier li9ge lord
in "The Light of the Harem." kohl everywhere.
GOVERNOR JOHNSON, of Georgia, has been of
ficially informed by the Secretary of State that
the Preaident cannot recoanize the people of any
State as baring resumed the relations of loyalty
to the Union that adheres to, as legal, the obliga
tions contracted or debts created in their name
to promote the war of the rebellion.
•ON Friday the Coroner's jury rendered a ver
dict on the late railway accident near Lancaster.
The verdict was to the effect that no fault could
be found with the ,railway company, as the axles
were inspected at the accustomed times, and ev
erything believed to be perfectly safe.
THE Wilmington Journal is jubilant over the
fact that, in addition to our other resources, we
now have earthquakes and volcanos of our own.
HARVEY—RUSSELL—On the evening of the :6th
ult., at the residence of th 4 bride's father. in Harrisburg,
by the Rev. nips. 11. Robinson. Capt. John C. Harvey,
Assistant Adjutant General, to Ellen, eldest daughter of
Gen...A. L. Ruasell, Adjutant General of Penner. .
F 'LLER—KING.—On the thth ult.. in Hagerstown,
by e Rev. G. W. Heide, Mr. Jacob J. Fuller. of this
pla ,to Miss Mollie, daughter of Daniel King. of the for
STOUFFER—MILLER.,On_ the Iffth ult., by Rev.
Tobias Crider, Mr. Daniel Stouffer to Miss Eliza 51111er,
all of Franklin Co., Pa. - ,_
MYERS—KERSIINER.—On the leth ult., by the roar •
Mr. Jacob S. Myers to Miss Clarissa V. Kershner, ell f-'
Mercersburg. Franklin Co„
- - -
CURTM--ARMSTRORG. - --On the 27th ult., at the
residence of the beide's baiter, -by Rev. F. Dyson, Mr.
John Curtis to Miss Charlotte E. Armstrong, both of Chum
YOWLERS—BEAR.—On the 26th ult., by the Rev.
D. A. L- Laverty, 'Lieut. D. L. Powders to Miss Matto. E.
Bear, both of Orrstrarn.
SWOPE—GOSEORS.—On the 2l ult., ill ' Shirleys.
burg. by the Rev. D. A. Isenberg, Mr. Allen Swope, of
this place, to Mrs. Rachel floshorn, of 4' bade Gap.
WERTZ—HOCKEILSMITII.—On the lfith ult., in this
place, by the Rev. S. McHenry, Mr. S. J. Wertz. of Quit:,
cy township, to Miss 'Adalaiue !locket:smith of Fayette.
HOLTRY—Yoll—Orittre.l2th nit_ by the tame. Mr
Witham lloltry, of Lurgan twp , to Mko Lu.zie Yoe, o
BITNER—FLICKINGER.—On the 12th ult., by Rev
Wm. A West, Mr. Walter R. Bitner, of Roxbury, to Mi
Nannie M., daughter - of Mr. Wm. Flkkhiger, near Dr
LESHER—SIWiIi.—On the 24th ra., in Waynesbo
rd, by the Rev. H. Iltonehouse, Mr. John S. Lecher, o.
this county, to Miss Elizabeth Shank, of Washington coon
RHEA.—On the 14th ult., near Mercersburg, Mee. Mu
ria Rhea, wife of Mr. John Rhea, aged 63 years.
KENNEDY.—On the 13th ult., in Mercersburg, Mrs.
Elizabeth. Kennedy, aged 75 years.
BOYD.--On the 22d ult., ut Upton, Anna 31Iriatu, dough.
ter of Capt. ttubt. Boyd, aged 8 mouths.
STALEY.—Cn the Ist ult., near 'Greencastle, Mary
Ellen, daughter of Mr. Josaph Staley, aged 3 weeks.
HELIIAN.—On the Ist inst., in Antnm township, Han
mail Jane, daughter of William Reiman, aged 1 year, 3
months and 13 days.
KRUNKELTON.—On the 14th ult., near Greencastle,
Mr. Robert Krunkelton, aged 99 years.
11ANEY.—On the 2d ult., in Antrim township, Mont
i Cot Haney, aged 3years, 10 months and 22 days.
BERT.—On the 19th ult, is Greencastle, Clara Louisa,
daughter of Str, Geu. Bert, in the 241 year of her age.
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perhaps to your catalogue of ailments. Dr. Radway's
Regulating Pills operate mildly, searchingly. and effect
ively. They are not made of aloes. or gamboge, or of
similar drugs incorporated together in a crude state, mix
ed up, as they always are, Ands much inert material, so
that you are compelled to take several times as much'as you
ought Such pills purge you violently. They gripe you
severely. Radway's Regulating Pills, on the contrary,
though they are but 25 cents a box, are composed of the
- active principle itself of the most recherche and expensive
medicaments. They are dainty little pills to take, and
never offend the most delicate stomache. There is no
gripping with them, and no weakness after them. They
gently operate, and little by little, as their name implies,
y,'-'regulate the entire system that your appetite returns,
our digestion grows stronger, your liver does its duty,
your becomes quiescent, your costiveneis disap
pears, your beartbum is forgotten, you unconsciously ac
quire a mare robust health than es er.
Every family in the land should provide themselves with
a box of these pills—one or two taken on the first symp
toms of uneasiness, writ] immediately check disease, how
ever malignant Price 2 cents per box. Sold by drug
gists and country merchants , and Dr. Radway s office,
No. 573h/idea lane, New York. _ novl-22
A MODERN MIRACLE.—From old and young,
from rich and poor, from highborn and lowly, comes the
Universal Voice of pluise.for HALLS VEGETABLE Slcrt.-
lAY hint RENEwEn.
It is a perfect and miraculous article. Cures baldness.
Makes hair grow. A better dressing than any "oil" or "p.•
nmtum." Softens brash, dry and wiry hair into Beautiful
Silken Tresses. But, above all, the great wander is the
rapidity with which it restores Gray Hair to its Original
Use it a few times, and PRESTO. CHANGE, the whitest
and worst looking hair resumes its youthful beauty. It
does not dye the hair, but strikes ut the root and tills it
with new life and coloring matter.
It will not take along, disagreeable trial, to prove the(
truth of this matter. The first application will do gold;
you will see the NATURAL Cowit returning every day,
and before you know it,lhe old, gray, discOloredappear
once of the hair will be gone, vying place-6e lustrous,
shining and beautiful locks. =
Asktor IlalSOSicillian Hair Renewer';; z io other article
is at all like inn effect. You will nd It Cheap to Buy,
Pleasant to Try, and Sure to do Good.
There are runny imitations. e sure you procure the
genuine, manUfactured 0. • .y R. P. HALL & CO.,
Nashua, N. H. Por sale.' all druggists. augl6.6m:
LU, OR SORE THROAT, requires
ition and should be checked. if allowed
4 7 0,0ri 0 n of the
: Lungs, a Perssament Throat
int an Incurable LlLTlglliseasoLs often the result.
'S BRONCHIAL TROCHES having a direct influence
Oi r parts give immediate relies For Bronchitis ; As.
(m ? Catarrh, Consomptircand Throat Dineues,'Trochei
are used with always good success.
SINGERS ANT) PUBLIC SPEAKERS will Troches use
ful in clearing the voice when taken before Singing or
Speaking, and, relieving the throat after an unusual exer
tion of the vocal organs. The Troches are recommended
and prescribed by Physicians; and have had testimonials
from eminent men throughout the country. Being an ar
ticle of true merit, and having proud their efficacy b) a
test of many years, each year finds them in new localities
in various parts of the world, and - the Troches are univer
sally pronounced better than ether articles.
OBTALi only "BROWN'S BRONCHIAL TROCHES," and do_
not take any of the Wank/eats imitations that may be ot--r
Sold eveilyhere iS tLe United States, and in Foreign
Countries, at ri cents per box. nevi-6m
ENTERPRISE.—The great requisites for RUG
eesis iu America are pluck and enterprise; and HELM
-11011), the well-known Drt4gist, has in his business ca•
reer evinced both of these qualities. The consequence is
that he has achieked a success. He has one of the finest
esfabiishments in New• York City, while the reputation of
the well-known IlEisintA.D'a PREPARATIONS is co•eiten
hive with civilization.
These Preparations, it is almost needless to say, are not
quart medicines." nor "patent medicines ;" they are
simply legitimate, scientitliftMpoomponnded preparations,
which for their appropriate complaints are without a rival.
They have been before the public for many years, and
are at the present moment more In demand than ever.
This shows conclusively their genuine merit. At IlEt.ll
- NEW SrouE, next the Metropolitan Hotel, in ad
dition to these preparations—the Extracts of Brian and
Sarsaparilla—are sold all varieties of Drugs and Chemi
cals. The establishment 4 perhaps the finest in the city
of New York, and the public are respectifulle invited to
call and judge for themselves.
GLAD NEWS FOR TIIE UNFORTVNAT E.—
Bars Spec:* Pills, are warranted in all cases, for the
Speedy and Permanent Cute of ail diseases arising from
sexual excesses or YOUTUFUL INDISCRETION, Semiaal
Loss. Nightly Emissions, and Sensual Dreams , Genital,
Physical and Nervous Debility, Impotence, Glee:, Semial
Diseases, &c., &c., &c. No change of Dirt is Ner,s,:ry
anti they can be used without detection. Each box c n•
tains tkipiDs Price ONE DOLLAR. If you cannot get died:
of your druggist, they will be sent by.mail securely seal
ed, post paid with full instructions, that insure a cure, on
receipt of the money; and aparnphiet of 100 pages on the
errors of youth, the consequences and remedy, sent free;
10 Cents required for postage.. Address Lit. J. BitTAX,
P. 0. Bea. 5079. 441 Bamdway, New York.
Dealers can be supplied by Demos Dames & Co.,
Wholesale Agents, New York. augl6-0m
IlioN, - 11.4 THE Bl.6oo.—The Peruvian Syrup
supplies the Blood with Its LIFE ELF.IIERT, Iltos,
ing . STEENGBI. VIGOR A'ID NEW LIFE into the whole
system. For DtuPErala, DROIST, CtMOM(' DUR
UM-EA, DEIMLyty, FEMALE WEAKNEMES, Sr., It iN a
specific. Thousands hare been changed by the am of this
medicine from Weak, sickly, suffering creatures, to strong,
healthy and happy nevi and women.
A 32 page pa raphlef sent Free. Price 61.00 per bottle,
or 6 for talk/ J. I'. DINSMORE, 36 Dry Street. New
York. Sold by Druggists generally. sept2o-3m.
MORE VALUABLE TITAN GOLD.—Bryan's
Life Pills parity the blood, Remove Headache, Dizziness,
Giddiness, Drowsiness, Unpleasant Dreams, Dimness of
Sight, Indigestion, Cleanse the Stomach and Bowels. te
nure New Lifinsi the debilitated and RESTORE THE SteE
iTlPEttvEcr HESLTII. Try them They only cost 9.5
cents, and if you candot get them of your druggist, send
the money to DR. J. BRYAN, Consulting Physician. 442
Broadway. P. 0. BOX.. 5079, and they will be sent by re.
turn of Mail. loot paid. Dealers supplied by Demos
Barnes & Co., Wholesale Agents, New York. oetlB:4m.
-IT c !-IT c ! Pr CH !—Scratrh ! Scratch!
Ycrutch '—WHEATON'S OLN - 1111,ST wall cure the , Itch in
Also cures SALT RIIEL3I, ULCERS.
Eltuti loNs OF 11113 SKIN: l'riee .70 ceut•. For sale by
By sending tB cents to WEEKS PorrEu, Sole Ageuts,
170 Wwhiorton crest, Roston, Mass., it ',sill be fnnrar•
ded by mail, free of postage, to any port td the United
States. septtl.l tim
REPORT OF TIIE MARKETS'.
CtiAlruettsuuurt, -October 31, 1815.
Flour—Wbite $ll 50 Butter
10 ,) Ego'?
Wheat—White..l 90 4 2 20' Lard .
Wheat—Red ....1 r 0 a 2 101 Tallow
Rye 96' Bacon—Hams_
Oats. 40 Soup Beans....
Clover Seed 6 .5010 11 00 Washed Wool..
Timothy Seed. 2 00 Cpwaslied Wool
Flaxseed 3 tiO
Peadoes—Pink Eyes 45
October 31, 1863
Flour—Small sales for supply of the trade at $8 00i
75 for superfine, $9 00'a , 9 50 for extras, $.9 75a 10 25 Mr
Northwest extra family, and slooo4'll 00 for Penn'a and
Ohm ddto. No change in Rye flour or corn Meal. Wheat
is dull, and 0,000 bushels now red sold at $2 2)) it 2 27.
Ryas is steady at $1 20. Corn in in better demand, and 5
IMO bushels of .yellow sold at 834 s3e. Oats is firm at 31 a
Whisky is firm at. 8=37 with an upward tendency
GILL AND SEE THE NEW STYLE
High Caesimrr Hat, nt FREY & FOLTZ'S:
(TALL AND GET A NEW STYLE
Vl Black Felt Nat • at FREY & FOUFZ'S. •
CALL AND SEE THE NEW STYLE
, Hats, Cups, Boats, Shoes, Furnishing Grinds, 4e.,
solhog lost at FREY & Fourws.
MIIE GOODS YOU BUY FROM FREY
& FOLTZ vont " go bat* on you "
H OUSE AND LOT FOR SA L E.—A
Lot in a good locatlon Mob
Street lot 8010. Inquire at tLe lir-r69lloitl [,.ovi
.141 0 It 11EN 17 2 —Four desirable Rooms,
r two on second flat, two on third floor, with a Base.
moot Kitchen, to a man pith a small fomtly. Enquire of
0011.31 LEIVIS SIIOESLIK
- VALUABLE TOWN PROPERTY FOR
SALE.—A number of fine DWELLING HOUSES
at Private Sale. Inquire of SAMUEL SEIBERT. •
10 P - ER - MONTH clear of expeii
sea. An agent wanted to represent oar
firm in each township In the United States and the Cana
da's. Ftir patieulars enclose stamp.
S'rEPIIENS & CO..
Broadway. New. York.
SITRAYED OR STOLEN.—A Song Er.
k.) MARE COLT, three years old next spring. wi a
white streak down her face and crooked hind legn, strayed
or was stolen from the pasture field of Col. W. 11. Boyd, on
Thursday eight last. A liberal reward wilt he paid for
any information that may lead to her recover•.
novl.3t* CAPT. W. 11. BOYD.
tire is hereby given, that letters of Administration
on the Estate of Jacob Heart, niate of Chumbersbarg,
deed, have been grunted to the undersigned.
All persons indebted to said Estate are requested to
make Immediate payment, and those having chsinef - ivill
please present them properly authenticated for settleinent,
mei of C. DI. BURNETT, Adner.
the is hereby gis en that Letters of Administration
on the Estate of Thomas Johnston. late of Metal tad le
ship, dee'd, have been granted to the undersigned. '
All persona knowing themselves Indebted to said Estate
will please make immediate payment; and those has lag
claims present them properly authenticated forsettlement,
MARY JOHNSTON, Adm'rx
onvl ISAAC WRIMIT, Adui'r
DWELLING FOR SALE.—The two-
Story BRICK DWELL:DIG HOUSE,' at present
occupied by Dr. Hamilton, on Fifth Avenue, la ogeredfor
sale. The lot is 64 feet front and 230 feet In depth with a
large Log Stable, cistern and other improvements thereon
erected. Possession given Immediately.
novi.3l JACOB B. MILLER.
tice is hereby given that Letters of Administration
on the Estate of Heteklab Easton, late of Peters town.
_nave been granted to the undersigned.
All persons knowing themselves indebted to said Estate
will please make immediate payment ; and those having
novl HETTY A. EASTON, Adm'rz.
A DMINISTRITOR'S NOTICE.-No
tice is hereby given that Letters of Administration
on the Estate of John Calomel, late of Green township
deed,-have - beets panted to'the undersigned.
AU persons, knowing themselves indebted to said Estate
will please make immediate payment, and Ouse having
claims present them properly authenticated for settlement.
norl. ROBERT BL • CE, Atlin'ry.
dee Is hereby given that Letters of Administration
on the Estate of Samuel Yeakle, late of Warren township,
deed, have been granted to the undersigned.
All persons knowing themselves indebted to said Estate
will please make immediate payment; a$ those having
claims present them properly authendeatedlbr settlement.
novl SOLOMON CODE, Adm'r.
EXECUTOR'S N 01` I C E.- -Notice is
hteby given that Letters Testamentary to the Estate
of Ale nder Piper, late - of Fannett township, deed, have
been gfanted to the undersigned.
All persons knowing themselves Indebted ' to said Estate
Will please mate immediate payment; and those having
claims present them properly authenticated for settlement
noel " ' ' FRANKLIN PIPER, Ex'r.
UTTERS REMAINING 'UNCLAIMED
n the Post Ottlee at Chambersburg, State of Penn.
Sylvania, October alst, 1865.
IVF'To obtalnany of these Letters, the applicant man
call for "advertised Letters," give the date of this list, and
pay One cent for advertising.
Atkinson John Mays Archibald Ralfsnidereornel's
Ayres Daiiii g Wheeler F Reed Cleo K -
Arhurst Cart McOleery & Era. Seamen Geo W
Baughman Sirs L Inert SherlayJoseph
Bender John W MaybaryMisMaxia Tyson Nath S
BltringerMbillarla Myers Win II H. Trumpower Sam'l
Disinger Miss; MA Metz Miss Fanny Werdebaugh T S
DolemanMrs Pegy Nelson John Zimmerman&Has-
Dice L Id 2 Palmer Joseph sler 2
Ely Abraham Sr Plecker Aaron
• J. t -
N EW _CLOTHING HOUSE
Quick Sales and Small Profits.
The undersigned has opened, in Isaac Hutton's new
building on MAIN STREET, a large and splendid stock of
READY•MADE CLOTHING which has been cut and
made up under his own supervision. He bas on hand a
large stock of Piece goods, consisting of CLOTHS of all
kinds, Black Doeskin Fancy and plain CASSMERER of the
of the latest styles. which will be made up to order in the
best manner to suit the tastes of all and at the lowest pos
He has also a full stock of GENTS' FUILNISHINO
GOODS, ouch as Under-starts. Drawers, Over Shirts,
Buckskin Gloves, Handkerchiefs, Neck-ties, Snspenders,
Collarrs, Hose of all kinds, Umbrellas, Hats & Caps, &c.
He assures all that his is the place to get the worth of
your money, as be buys for cash and is enabled to sell
cheaper than any other store.
Remember the place, Setae:Main Street, nearly opposite
Greenawitles Hotel. Sign of the Red Flag.
n6vl-3m JOHN DIETER.
WE AGAIN INVITE THE CITIZENS
of piereersburg, *id all who are disposed' to buy
GOOD AND CHEAP GOODS, to our large stock of
Goods, jaitreceived fro the markets of New York, Phil
adelphia and Baltimore. 3 Our Stock comprises; Satinets,
very low, Casetmera and Cloths, Ready made Glgthing,
Boots and Shoes. Hats dad ' Caps, Shirts and Drawers,
8. 1 .,,
Jackets—both Wollen d Cotton, Collars and Iles. In
addition to our large k of Gentlemen's Wear; we
have added, a complet assortment of
LADIES' FURNISHING GOODS,
Consisting of Merino Jackets, Hoods, Nahlas, Hose—both
Wollen and Cotton, Gloves of all kinds, Cloak Trim
mings. Buttons and Threads, in fact; :a complete assort
ment of goods in their line, to which, we call their espec
hd attention, as we will sell cheap fur cash.
We are prepared at all times to maki op
in the latest and most approved Style, an we have in our
emptily, a Skillful Cutter and workmen, and which enables
us to guarantee a complete fit.
JOHN R. STINE S CO.
MERCERSIMUG, Nov. 1, 186.5—,6m.
PB LIC SALE.—TiIe. undersigned,
Trustee appointed by the Orpte Court of Frank
lin county, Pa., to sell the Real. 'state of Jonothatr
Wright, late of London, deed, will'expose . toPnblie Sale,
at the Rotel of .FASIE.4 MI;LLEN, in Loudon, OR Saturday,-
the I,?Eh day of .Nurensber, A. D., 1363, the following des
cribed Real Estate: '
No 1. A TRACT of LAND, _containing about ONE
ACRE, with a one and a half story WEATHERBOAR
DED HOUSE, Large Frame Stable, Fruit 'Trees and
other improvements thereon
T ye ted. Situated on the
ttunrike of a mille west of don.
NV 2: A one and a half story YEATUERBOARDED
HOUSE awl LOT of GROUND, situate in the town of
No 3. A small WEATHERBOARDED HOUSE and
LOT of GROUND, bounded i:ty lots of David Vance and
others. situated in the town of Loudon.
Sale to cominence at 1 o'clock on said day, when terms
will be made known by
1.:It MICIIAEL BUSHEY, Trustee.
EXECUTOR'S SALE.—By virtue of an
- .wider of the Orphans' Court of Franklin county, the
untlenfig - ned will offer at Public Sale, an Thureckeh. the
2:ld dog of Piorrorber, at 1 o'lock, F. M. the following de•
scribed Real Estate, late the Estate of Andrew Kreitzer,
late of Antrim township, deed, situate two miles from
Greencastle. on the public road leading to Chambersburg,
viz The FARM, containing about 'FIFTY ACRES of
LIMESTONE LAND, in a good state of cultivation.—
The improvements consist of a corifintabl; FR A 3f E
HOUSE, Bunk Bryn, with all necessary buildings in eon
erection therewitb4 , a SAW MILL and CLOVER MILL,
driven by Muddy Rutt, which passes through the property ;
'I'R'O TENAN'r HOUSES and Blacksmith Shop.
The farm and improvements named will be sold together
- If not sold on that day the entire- property will then be
rented at public outcry to the highest bidder, for the term
of one year from the Ist day of April nert.
This to a very valuable property. Persons wishing - to
view it will please call an AIIa3IKILEITZEIt, residing on the
same, or on the subscriber.
• BENJAMIN - SNITELY, Ex:r.
PUBLIC SALE.—By virtue of an order
Of the Orphans' Court ofFranklin county, to the no.
dersigned directed, for the sale of the following described
Real Estate belonging to the minor children of Milton
Shirty. dee'il, there will be sold at Public Sale, on Friday,
the tHni day of November, ie6s, all that certain TRACT
OF LAND, situate in Antrim township, bounded by the
Greencastle and Leitersburg road, lands of Giles EaSton,
John M'Connel. and others, containing 153 ACRES, u
fair proportion of which Is in Timber. The Improvements
consist of a, STONE HOUSE, a good Bank Barn, a Young
Orchard, a well of never falling water, Sc.
Also—A lot or Piece of Ground near Greencastle, con
taining 5 ACRES and 147 PERCHES, bounded by lands
of Dr. Charles Michaels, A. B. Wingerd and others.
Also—The undivided one-third part of a HALF LOT
OF GROUND, in the borough of Greencastle, situate on
East Baltimore street, adjoining lot of N. Martin.
The Sarni will be sold at 10 o'clock, A. M., on said day,
and the remainder of the property at 1 P. M., when the
terms will behaarle known by
novlsM. SAMUEL B. SNIVELY, Guardian.
R E 0 V
Pared Peaches ...
Ready Made Clothing,
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods, &c.
MILLER, HAMILTON et CO.,
where they are prepared to accommodate all who may
Rant anything in their line.
They keep for sale, at reduced prices, all the beat pat.
They are ready al.o 'ta put HEATERS into houses,
TIN WARE, SHEET IRON WARE, &c.
of every kind and made of best material, can be bad
of MILLER, HAMILTON & CO'S. new store at low
MILLER. HAMILTON & CO. put, up SPOUTING,
GALVANIZED LIGHTNING RODN, and do Jobbing
by best hands at prien!‘ that cannot be complained of,
MILLER., HAMILTON & CO., HAVE
just opened, on the S. E. Comer of Elmwood, a
large and well selected assortment of-HOUSE FURBISH•
ING GOODS, suoli As Cedar Tubs. Buckets, &0., Has•
ketit. Sifters, Coffee Mills, Knives and Forks, Spaitno,..sko.,
fur tole low for cash.
They have a splendid stock of Kerosene IN. - Lamps,
Lanterns, Lamp Shades, Chimneys, Wicks and Burners
of best quality and at cheapest pnces.
Lamp repaired quickly and well.
ATILLER, HAMILTON & CO., HAVE
A. a lae stock of BRASS, ENAMELLED AND
PORCELA I N KETTLES fur sale cheap.
They have Lard Cans,' Coal Rods, Shovels, Tom,
Toilet Ware, ,ke., very fine, and at greatly reduced rates
ILLEI, HAMILTON .5.; CO.,
_ox - bought thebilargro stock of goods before the ad•
vanes in faces Ealt, for -cash, and can and will gall at
They insure wort done, from a TM Root to s TM Cup;
give tbem u rall and see for yourselyes,
W. DEAL, P_--M.
A. J. tt H. M. WHITE
NEW STORE ROOM
-- , ,',Font Doors South of the Diamond,
Where they will keep constantly ou
hand a large stock of
have removed lo their Mammoth Stove
' Establishment on the
S. E. CORNER OF DIAMOND,
Nearly opposite old Bank,
COOK AND PARLOR STOVES
for wood or coal and
NINE PLATE STOVES
: , ,fflyttir-ftlittetittirmentli:
T HE~ QUAKER CITY
BeRINESB COLLEGE. • -
N. E. con. TENTH ADD Cmarrst grßtrrs,
The mote complete and thorouihly ap toted Business
or Commercial College in the con try.
The duly one in the city possessing a Legislative Char
ter, and the only one in the United Street authorized to
coder Degrees of Merle, Diplomas awarded to graduates
in the Commercial Course under its corporate seal by au
thority of law.
Conducted by gentlemen of liberal education and exten
sive experience in business, and &fooling unequalled ad
vantages for the thorough theoretical and practical edit
cation of young mei for the various duties and employ
melds of busiuess life.
THEORY AND PRACTICE COMBINED
ACTUAL BUSINRSB TRAINING
original and pre-eminently practical, giving the student in
the shortest time a complete insight into the routine, de
tails, customs and forms of basinesi in general, as eraidne
ted tu l the best-regulated commercial and financial estab
lishments. • -
Upon a new plan, with an original exposition of the selence
ityareounts. arranged and published by the proprietor of
this Institution - exclusively for his own use, savingone•
half the onlinory labor of the student, and giving lam a
complete knowledge of the practice of the best acoount•
THE COMMERCIAL COURSE
Bookkeeping, Coornuersial Arithmeti c, Penmanship, Bus
we Correspondence, Commercial Law, Durum: on
Business Affairs, Cotirsacreini Customs, Forma .
and Actual Business Practice.
Algebra and the Higher Mathematics, Phonography, Or
natnental Penmanship, the Art of Detecting Coun
terfeit Money, Engineering,' Surveying, \a•
• vigation and Telegraphing. '
The arrangemen ' ts fot Telegraphing are far in advance
of any thing of the kind over offered to the public. A reg
ular Telegraph Line is connected with the Institution with,
twenty branch offices in various parts of the city, wb •
public business is transacted, and in which the Students 4
this Institution are permitted to practice. No regular of.
lice practice can be bad In any other school of instruction
in the country, without which no one can obtain a pe r dition
as a Ptani4eal operator. Young men are cautioned against
the deceptive representations of those who, without any
such facilities, pretend to teach Telegraphing.
This Institution is now enjoying the largest patronage
ever bestowed upon any commercial school in the State.
Over five bandied students were in attendance the first
year, and over seven hundred during the past year. The
best elms of students may invariably be found here, and
all its associations are first clam.
LOCATION AND ACCOMMODATIONS
The Institutlon is located in the most central part of the
city, and its accommodations, for extent, elegance and
convenience, are unsurpassed. All the rooms have been
fitted up in the very best style with '
BUSINESS OFFICES OR COUNTING HOOVES
TELEGRAPH OFFICES, STATIONERY STORE
BANK OF DEPOSIV AND ISSUE,
supplied With finely-engrayed lithographic notes used as
a eireulating medium in the Department of actual Thud -
who desire the very bed facilities for a
PRACTICAL EDUCATION FOR BUSINESS
.tve guarantee a comae of instruction no where else eqaal
led, while the reputation and standing of the Institution
among business men make its endorsement the best pas.,-
port to success and advancement, Alt contemplating en
tering any Commercial College are invited to send for an
ILLUSTRATED CIRCULAR & CATALOGUE
cioni caning complete interim views of the Coliege,'and full
particulars of the. course of hfstruct lon, tornu , &c.
L. FAIRBANKS, A. M,, President.
T. C. SEARCH,
Special Teacher and Supt. of Offue Business. novl-3m.
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU
TILE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR
THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR
THE ONLY KNOWN REMEDY FOR
IRRITATION OF THE NECK OF' THE BLADDER,
INFLAMMATION OF THE KIDNEYS. CX.
TARRH OF THE BLADDER, STRAN•
GLARY OR PAINFLID-CRIN
- Per these dissrmes it is truly a sovereign remedy, and
too mach cannot be said in its praise. A single dose has
been known to relieve the most urgent symptoms.
Are you troubled with that distressing imiu in the swell
of the hick and through the hips? A Mammon ful a. day
of 'Melva Will relieve you,
PHYSICIANS AND OTHERS
I male no secret„of . ingredients. Heltulmld's Extract
Buchu is composed of Buchu, Cubels, and Juniper Ber,
ries, selected with great care, prepared in verso and ac
cording to rules of
PHARMACY AND CHEMISTRY.
These ingredients are known as the most valuable Di
uretiei afforded. :
. A MIMETIC
is that which acts upon the kidneys.
IiELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHL:
- ACTS GENTLY, •
Is pleasant in taste and - odor, free from all injurious pro
perties, and immediate In its action. -
FOR THE SATISFACTION OF ALL,
See Medical Properties contained in Dispensatory of the
U. S., of which the following is a correct copy :
l'lltxtttl. Its odor is strong, diffusive, and somewhat
aromatic, its taste bitterish, and analogous to that of mint.
It is chiefly given in complaints of the Urinary Organs.
such as Gravel, ChronlO Catarrh of the Bladder, morbid
irritation of the Bladder and Urethra, diseases of the Pros
tate, and Retention or the Incontinence of Urine, from a
loss a tone in the parts concerned in Its evacuation. Mhos
also been recommended in Dyspepsia, Chronic Rhedma
tism, Cutaneous Affections, and Dropsy,"
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION
See Proltsaor Dewees' valuable works on the Practice of
Ph i gi e e'
Pee remarks made by the celebrated Dr. Physic, of Phil•
See any and all Standard Works on Medicine. .
FROM THE LARGEST MANUFACTURING CUE-
MIST IN THE WORLD
I am acquainted with U. T. Heimbold; he occupied' the
drug Mon opposite my residence, and was successful in
conducting the business whe:re others bad not been equal.
ly so before him. 1 have been favorably impressed with
Ids character and enterprise.
WEIGIIT3iAN. (Firm of Powers & Weightman,)
Ninth and Brown Streets, Philadelphia.
[Freer the Allude. Beening Bulletin, March Wad
We are gratified to hear of the continued snore's. in
New York, of our townsman, Mr. H. T. Helots.ld, Drug-
gist. His store, next to the Metropolitan Hotel. is %4 feet
trout, 230 feet deep, and fire stories in height. It is c.f.i..
talnly a grand establishment, and speaks firrombly of the
merit of his articles. He retains his Office and Laboratory
in this City, which are also model establishments of their
The proprietor has been induced to make this statement
from the feet that his remedies, though advertised, Jam
And knowing that the intelligent refrain from using any
thing pertaining to Quackery. or the Potent Medicine or
der,—most of which are prepared by self-styled Doctors,
who are too ignorant to read a physician's simplest pre
scription, much lea competent to prepare Pharmaceutical
preparations, . _
THESE PARTIES RESORT
to various means of effecting sales, such to copying pars
t of , i d vert i mneat , o f popular remedies and finishing trah
The Science of Medicine stands SIMPLE, PURE AND
MAJESTIC. having Fart for its Basis, Induction for its
Truth alone for its Capital.
A WORD OF CAUTION
He a lth is most important; and the afflicted should not
1 . 1
use an a dvertised medicine, or any remedy, unless its con
' tents or ingredients are knou t u to others besides the manu
facturer, or until they are satisfied of the qualifications of
th e par ty so offering.
FLUID EXTRACT BUCLIU, '
FLUID EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA,
and IMPROVED ROSE-WASH,
Establisbed upwards of 16 yenta.
PREPARED BY H. T. HELMBOLD.
HELMISOLD'S DRUG &CHEMICAL WAR EIRIUSE,
594 Broadway, New York,
And HELMBOLD'S MEDICAL DEPOT,
101 Sou* 1044 Street, Philadelphia, Po.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS. ,
by a system of
TO YOUNG MEN
A MILNISTRATOR'S NOTI=.
tie's is hereby given that lAtters a A
ee the Estate of Michel Bo*ett lateof QuineY tamed;
deed, him been granted to the undersigned.
MI Perms knowing thin:mem indebted to said Estate
mil Please man immediate payment; and theme tarring
claims Prisetatheln property authenticated for settlement
sep27 D. C. BUSKETT, Adair.
A DMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.Z4o-
S.sss hereby given that Letters - of -Agrahtiehation
ee the Estate of Peter Barr, late of Hamilton township,
deed, have been grained to the tmdendraed.
All persons knowing themselves indebted to said Estate
will please make Immediate payment; and those having
claims present them pa:Telly authenticated far settlement.
sept 2 6 per!
A DMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.-No
tire is Hereby given that Letterset Administration
on the Estate of Adam lionodle, late of Washington
township, dee'd;have been granted to the tindened.,
All persons knowing theraselvesindebted to Imlsi Estate
will please make Immediate payment; mid Chase having
claims present them properly authenticated the settlement.
octlB WM. GOSEEET, Adrrer.
ADMINISTRATOR'S • NOTICE.-No
tice is hereby genthat •Letters of Administration,
on the Estate of John easeman, late of Chambenburg,
dee'd, have been granted to the midersigned.
All persons knowing themselves indebted to said Estate
will please make immediate payment - T - and those having
claims present them properly authenticated for settlement.
octlB JOHN HITHER, Adm't,
A lice is hereby given that Letters of AdministratiOn
on the Estate of Leonard Frederick, late of Metal town ,
ship, deed, have been grunted to the undersigned. rt.
All persons knowing themselves Indebted to said Estate
will please make immediate payment; and those having
claims present them properly anthentierded for mettlsment
ontlB • MARY - FREDERICK, Adm'ex.
lice is hereby given that Letters of Administration
on the Estate of Jacob 'Kurtz, late - of Antra towns*,
dec'd, have been granted to the undersigned.
All persons knowing themselves Indebted to said Estate
will please shake immediate payment; and thane. tuning
claims present them pmperlyauthmAlcatei . Ifor settlement.
oetlB EIJBTZ, Adm.r.
8 15 0 c PER -
BARTLETT SEWLNG MACAW., price $261 fully homed
under patents of Howe, Wheeler & Wilson, Grover &
Baker, and Singer & Co. We will pay a monthly salary
and expenses, or allowa large commission On ' For
particulars, illustrated catalogue, territory, &A, encloie
stamp and address PAGE BROTHERS, sole Agent for
United States, R. 21 Summit st., Toledo, Ohio. faugl6-3m
lATA N T E D.—Agents, MALE or FE
,' Y , MALE to Introduce the best sem* (moo
FAMILY BEWI MACHIN - P. •
in thlworld. All complete—Hemmer, Self•Setrer, Sim
der,' Baxter, Tucker, ace., he. We let OW agents pay
for the machines after they Sell them. For particulars,
address or call on LATHROP & CO.,
sep6.3m No. 142 South 6th St., Phil's, Pa.
J. C. RICHARDS, IL D. '7EO.IOE76OVMM IL D.
111CHA_RDS tt, MONTGOMERY have
_IN associated. thenselverin the Practice of Medicine,
and have opened an °floe in Dr. Richards' new bonding,
on Main street, a few doors South of the 'Diamond.
All persons indebted to either of the above, will please
make early settlement of the same. (Ittig24.4
TIR. S. S. IiIIBER offers - his profess-
Jur ional services as Physician and Surgeon to thb citi-
zens of Greenvillage andvicinity. aug23.6m
DR. H. R. FETTERHOFF, SURGEQN
DENTisT. Office one door West of the Telegraph
AlLWork entrusted to him will be promptly attended to
and warranted. tosynam.
PI on Send Street, one temtre South of the
Market Howe. • gruel -
BALTIMORE LOCK HOSPITAL. -Drt
JOHNSTON, the founder of this Celebrated puffin
tion, offers the most certain, speedy, and only effectual
remedy in the world for Gleets, Structures, Seminal
Weakness, Pain in tin r- Loins, Constitutional Debility,
Impotence, Weakness of the Back and Limbs, Affections
of the Kidneys. PalpitatiOn of the Heart, Dyspepsia, Ner
vous Irritability, Diseases of the Head, Throat, Nose of
skin , and xdl those serious and melancholy disordersatis•
ing from the destructive habits of Youth, obi& demo}
both body and mind. These secret and solitary prisetiles
are more fatal to their victims than the song of the Syron
to the -mariner lilyssos, blighting Cods must brilliant
hopes or anticipations, rendering marriage, Stn., imPossiblet
YontU Men especially, who have become the victims of
Solitary' Vice, that dreadful and destructive habit which ant
annual l± sweeps firtin 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 eestacy the living lyre
may call with full oonfident,
Married persons, or young men contemplating marriage
being aware of physical weakness,oronic debility, detur
mitten, &e., 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 moot frequently paid by these
who have become the victims of improper indulgences.
Young persons are too apt to commit excess) , from apt
being aware of the dreadful comequences that may mums.
Now,-who that understands the subject will pretendlodeay
that the power of Procreation is lost sooner by those tilling
into improper habit than by the prudent. Besldesbeingde•
priced of the pleasure of healthy offspring, and the most
serious and destructive sympathy to wind and body wise.
The system becomes deranged, the physical and mental
powers weakined. nervous debility, dyspepsia, palpitation
of the heart. indigestion, a w,ting to the frame, cough,
sytutoms of consumption.
Office No. 7, South Frederick &rat,
seven doors from Baltimore .treet, East side, up tbeatepa.
Be particular in observiog the teutne and number, or you
will mistake the place.
A CURE 'WARRANTED Di TWO DAYS.
.No Macau or Nauseous Drags.
DR. JOHIsISTON, MeMber of Ike Royal College to
Surgeons, London. graduate from one of the most eminent
Colleges of the United States, and the greater part tit
whose life has been - spent in the hospitals of London,
Paris, Philadelphia and elsewhere, :bus effected some of
the most astonishing cures that wen', ever known. Many
troubled with ringing in the head god earn when asleep,
great nervousness, le ingmlarmed at sudden sounds, and
bashfulness, with frequent blushing, attended sometimes
with derangement of mind. were timed immediately. ,
A CERTAIN DISEASE!
When the misguided and imprudent votary of pleasure
find he has imbibed the Seed of this painful disease, it too of.
ten happen/that an ill-timed sense of shame, ordread of din.
cPrery, deters hini from applying to those who from educe-
Mb ad-respectability can alone befriend him, delayingtill
the cotrututional symptoms of this horrid disease maketheit
appearance, such as ulcerated sore throat, diseased nose
nocturnal pains in the head and limbs, dimness of sight,
deafness, nobs ou the chin, bones and arms, blotches on the
head, face and extremities:progressing with frightful m
pldity,_ till at last the palate of the mouth or the bones of
the. nose fall In and the victim-of-this awful disease be.
comes a horrid object of commissarallon, till death puts a
period to his dreadful suffetings, by sending him to "that
bourne from whence no traveller returns." To arch, there..
fore, Dr. Johnston pledges himself to preserve the mast
inviolable secrecy ; and trout his extensive practice in the
fret hospitals of Europe and America, be can confidently
recommend waste and speedy care to the unfortunate vic
tim of this horrid disease.
It i s a melancholy fact that thousands fall victims to
this hortid disease owing to the unskillfulness of=t
pretenders_ who by tweed that dreadful poison,.
ruin the constitution, and either send the unfortunate to
an untimely grave, or make the residue et life miserable.
TARE PARTICULAR NOTICE I
' Dr. J. addresses Those who have lolured themselves by
private and improper indulgences. ,
These are some of the sad and melatielsoly effects pro
duced by early habits of_youth, viz :—Weakaess of. the
Bark and Limbs, Pains in the Mead, Dimness' of Sight,
Doss of Muscular Power, Palpitation of the Heart, Dye
pepsin. Nervous Irritability, Derangement of the Diges
tive Functions, General Debility, Symptoms of Conarnap
bi&NTALLT, the fearful effects on the mind are much to
be dreaded; loss of Memory, confusion of Ideas, Depres
sion of Spirits. Evil Forebodings, Avershm to Society,
Self-Distrust. Love of Solitude, - Timidity, dee., are some
of the evil effects.
Thousands of persons of all ages can now Judge what
is the cause of their declining health, lowing ter vigor,
becoming weak, pale, have singular appearance about the
eyes, cough, and symptoms of Consumption.
Dr. JOHNSTON'S INVIGORATING REMEDY
FOR ORGANIC WEAKNESS.'
By this great and important remedy, 'Weakness 'of the
Organs is speedily eared, andfull vigor restored.
Thousands of the most nervous and debilitated, who
host lot all hope, have been immediately relieved, Ali
impediments to Marriage, Physical Or Meatal Disqualifi
cation, Nervous Irritability, Trembling, 'Weakness or Ex
haustion of the moat fearful kind, speedily cured by Dr.
who haie injured themselves by a certain practioe, indul
ged in when alone—a habit frequently learned from
onnparilons, or at school, the effects are nightly felt, even
when asleep, rod if not cured render marriage impossible,
anddestroyslxith Mind andbody,should apply Immediately
What a pity that a young man, the hope of his country,
the - darling of his introits, should be snatched from all
prospects and enjoyments of life, by the consequence of
deviating from the path of nature, and indulging in a cer
tain secret habit. Suchp before contemplating
should reflect that a sound wind and body are thenuatne
comer) , requisites to promote connubial happiness. Indeed.
w ith ou t th es e, the Journey thavingh life becomes a weary
pil gr im ag e, the prospect hourly darkens to the -view; the
mind becomes shadowed with despair, and fliledwith the
melancholy reflection, that the happinetet of another be
comes blighted with our own.
OFFICE NO. 7 SOUTH FREDERICK STREET
asi:Mto au. • '
TO STRANGERS.—,The many tbcusasds mired at this
Institutko in the last fifteen years; and the numerous ha.
portant surgical Operations performed by Dr. 1., witnessed
by the reporters of the papers, and many other petsoes,
notices of which have appeared again arld_r4iede before
the public , is a sufficient guarantee to the amt
N. B. There are so many ignorant and worthlessettuaalts
advertising themselves as PhYslotenei ruining the ]with
of the already afflicted, Dr. Johnson deems it
to say t o those unacquainted with his reputation, th i n iil tl%
);as bang Is. his adios.
tTam:a Nonce.—Aß letters must be pat paid: and
maid& a pasta" eauttp for the reply, Or so UMW wilt
be Out (ma lily.