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117 . '1 . 00 THE HT / J\lDiiir ..71ICE Oran Ashok
Thetennouricordeite made in the papers
of /est week luiCe pre ,, all all devreaders
fer the format statement we delve to-day, ,
that the ownership and editerial - aendttet'
of the 'combined yittper, THE Alt -Alen
f4niirristnr., hese passed into the ands ot
the undersigned. The mien' ? h hem
elibeted• upon terms satisfactory t 4 ,,
the 'persene immediately coneerned, , a
we trust it !111 beifound to be - -promotive
of the intetestaef the' great political or
ganization with which we are indentl.
1 tied, and" With whose growth and pros'.
perity the highest welfare of a Nation,
just saved from the treason of men who
were its and our enemies, is closely In
It Will be our aim to ittain tab the vital
Republican principles which have given
>our party its great glory, and its valid
'Claim t 9 , the gratitude of all loVers of
their eoantry and of mankind ; and
which have made for It a friefid of every
man, everywhere, who labors for the
overthrow of despotism, whose efforts
:',anti sympathies are or tire amelioration
of the condition of the oppressed, and
whose cherished purpose is the real en
party ever deserved devoted friends snore
than that whose flag we follow, and none
has in the Barrie period of time; achieved
so much. Itislass than eleven years since
it fought.lts first battle; and• less than'
seven since it won. its first victory. In
the spring of 1861 it received in its care,
the government of the Union; and at
once met, and ultimately overthrew; the
most formidable conspiracy against Lib
- -• erty ever organized.. It has gathered and
is gathering the fruits of this splendid
Triumph, In offering to - the :defeated
' Rebels of the gonth a plan of Recon
struction wkich, if carried out in all its
parts, will* due time restore them to
their old place in the Union asa part of
its goven:dpgpower, ``olothed and in their
--right mind," purged of all the old ele
ments of weakness, and their old lxistitn
tion of vileness, and fit to claim recogni
tion as Free Governments guaranteeing
to every citizen freedom of speech, arid
the perfect and equal protection of the
A pat h thus = positi ve and progressive .
must ne?ds have enemies. Ours has
l ' 'them, / ln i tter an yet harmless. The"
- glorieus past is ecure. The future Win
Is ours, It will gather laurels from every
field, for it has energy and fidelity , for its
agencies, patriotism for its motive, and
Truth and; Huinanity for its objects. A
Nation saved from the jaws of death into
which it was hurried by the Democratic
party in 1861, \ -Nvill never forget the faith
ful men whoSteLitsdned its undermined
,efedit, carried aloft ftz•trailed banner, as
serted the majesty'of its defied laws, and
called to the field faithful millions to de
fend every sentimentatd interest which
a brave people hold dear; nor carlithey
forget 'those debauched and shivering
northern democratic leaders, the same in
spirit and theory now 'as then, who said
not a word, and did not a deed in-vindi
cation of the ontraged sovereignty of the
Government, during those.dark and fear
ful days. When Americans have forgot
ten all the stern teachings of the recent
past ; and have determined to overlook
and forget theshocking Treason of which
they were well nigh thehopeless victims;
when memory shall cease to play, and
judgment to act, and p4riotiam to in
spire, then we may look for a restoration
to power in the Nation, of the wicked
men whose incipient crimes were the oc
casion of all the bloodshed of Bie l past
i livee, years. Until then, the Republican
1 organization will continue to direct the
course of the Republic in paths of peace;
and justice, andprosperity. I
Whilst we are thus distinctly and dis
tinctively REPUBLICA_N in our political
principles; we propose not to neglect the
character of our journal as a Newspaper.
On the other hand we propdse to make
its well-filled columns the repository of
- ' the General News of the Day, the News
of the adjoining Counties, the Condition
of the Markets at home and abroid, and
especieily -such LOCAL MATTERS RS will
constitute it a Mirror of the Life of our
people. To this end, we request our
friends to inform us promptly of 'inci
dents in their respective neighborhoods,
the particulais of the sale of Real Estate
made, and all items - indicating the een
dition of business.
We intendto iiirnish our readers with
a.' good a Newspaper as our labor and
means can prepare, and we trust that the
relations now censtituted between our
selves and a body of patrons of , whom
blishers might be proudymay long
contin ; -and that the kind feeling with
which w begin our enterprise may be
maintained as long as, we are faithful to
the Cause of the Country. -
. * EDWARD IIIePHERSON,
• DAVID A. BUEHLER:
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_Those suberibers to the Sentinel w'ho
have paid In advance, will receive the
'-' I'Siar it Sentinel" up to the date paid for.
$o with subscribers to the Star, who had
paid in advance.
These persons who were subscribers to
both the Star and the Sentinel, whia3s ac
- ;counts were paid in advance; will receive
the "Star & Sentinel" up to the date to
which the two payments carry them, as
indicated to the slip containing the
names on this No. of the paper.
Thos , ' subscriberi to either of those pa
pers, who had not paid, in advance, can
settle their accounts—with Mr. HARPER
for the Sentim/---and with Mr. Mar,
KENNY'S Administrator for the Star—in
each case tip to the 23rd of May, 1867.
TM new /ins imvitts a that day.
Subscilberailesirhtg tb take advantage
of our edvantre tans, 02 per annum,)
will pleaa a early dale. Non
residential Oil remit by mill,
Procuring P. = '
lactney orders, *lien
pmeueet&_ -. . ;. --,:
4 101 .0 . ..
1161Thii Thinggirea havecarpea Ken
tuckls., There , - the returned. Wok so!-
diers Voted. The aipalletula have car
ried Nets ?6 r k a nd ;Michigan. There,
the Union sow ers vo ted. - 3
Lazu,looated ; e yo l d the limits of
York borough, sold U K week for_ A4OO per
omr . l"::igrkralturia umigibo te *
A I Second Letter iritenafklid7
There is no douttfpat ief 14duott
ment to prompt!, ns 00 4
South, uude - lbern "
an apprehension that, if this plan be re-,
jested or grudgingly accepted, it will be
followed by a sterner poliCY, of which
Conlittcailim will form a part. The mob
vieigneeM4ck ,itt Pke-vatling in most, of
the Insurrectionary,States, the opposition
to Free Disoussion, - andlheinanifest pur
pose °lithe governing and wealthy classes .
to control eventa 'try fair means if they
Can and .by foul means if necessary, hare
naturally trivakened solicitude lest in the
twoe'ess :of ilteconstruction, reactionary
p 101ples should still prevail, instead
Of ose Free principles which are char
acteristic of the political institutions
and spite - ma of the NOrthern States. We
„understand that Senator WiLSON of Mas
sachusetts wbo started upon his recent
tour through the South with one set of
convictions,. has returned with the idea
that it may yet be necessary to introduce
a mild system of Confiscation before the
Southern States can be considered fit ;for
restoration to political power in the Ham
against which tliey causelesslyand cruel
ly rebelled. TO bloody reception Judge
KELLEY" had at Mobile tends to confirm
the opinion that the South has not Iyet
learned the lessons of the war; or, hav-
ing learned, is unwilling to accept tikein..
In this emergency we are glad to know
thatt , hegreat Republican leader, to whom
the coun c *iore indebted for what has
been ac "bed than trEtt other man,
Hon. THADDEUS STEVENS, is still firm in
his purpose to demand the enactment of a
menaure which will secure compensation
to citizens of the Union who suffered from
the military movements of our armies
from Rebel raids, and will at the same
time work a healthy change in Southern
Society. Our readers will remember Mr.
STEMEN's letter in April last, on this sub
jeCt. We have the pleasure to-day- of
subjoining.another leiter, written to Mr.
Senator M6CONALIGNY of this county,
who has placed it at our disposal for pub
lication. The case is powerfully but
briefly presented, and the letter will at
tract the attention of the country, as well
fro x the position of its author as the icrt--
,p6rtance of the topic, it discusses :
• LANCASTER, PA., MAY 20th, 1867.
DEAR SIR :—Short as your letter is, I
fear I cannoto answer it !without violating
an injunction of my medical adviser,
"not to suffer myself to become excited."
You live in a region which was two or
three times invaded by the armies of Jef
ferson Davis. In the counties of Bedford,
Fulton, Filenklin, Cumberland, Adams
' and York, they visited almost every farm -
er and other inhabitant, and plundered
them of their horses, cattle, pro Visions,
wagons, •and money, when found. Be
sides some detached cases, they laid in
ashes one thriving village of 6000 people,
and turned the inhabitants houseless in to
the streets, to seek shelter in fence corner..
No provision has ever been, made, or is
now making, to re-imburse the plundered
By the 11W of nations, a government
makes no compenation for damages.don6
by an in wading army, unless such govern
meit be victorious, when it always pro
vides by treaty for the payment by the
vanquished enemy. ,A government which
neglects to make such provision on be.
half of its plundered citizens, is basely
negligent of its duty. A quasi peace ex
ists between the late belligerents, the
terms of which are dictated wholly by
Congress which is under the control of
the, Reptiblican party. Nothing but the
proceeds of the confiscation of a small
portion of the property oirealthy rebels
can be applied topay the damages inflicted
by these - marauders, unless it be paid out,
of4hiTreasury of the 'United States. A
few . Nßepublin naeteon3. always. erratic
in their cokirse, lire flitting through and
'exploding in the Republican atmosphere.
They attract sufficient public attention
to enable them to assure-the amiable reb
els who inflicted this injury, that they
need fear no confiscation, that nobody of
Any. note in the North is in' favor of im
posing such punishment for the sake of
remuneration or of justice. They assure
them that nothing shall be taken'from
Aiken's estate of millions, frgpa Hamp
ton, Davis, Orr, Faulkner, or from a thou
sand others who azestill worth their hun
dreds of thousands, to re-imbnse the loyal
men, North and South, who were plun
deiheci of their estates; and 10 aid your
poor neighbors to rebuild their humble
It is soiscely - to be 'endured that Con
gress fortwo sessions, should sit indiffer
ent to these sufferings and • take no steps
to enforce these rights. These remarks
apply to large portions of M,str3rland, of
West Virginia, Ohio, Indiana and Mis
souri, as well as to the slavOtates.
He who can patiefttly listen to that pu
trid humanity which we no* see propaga_-
ted, has more command of himselfthan I
have. Indeed it looks as if we wene'still
to add to the burden of our taxation to
defray the expenses of transportation and
the ovation of triumphant traitors. But
I must stop, or I shall commit the fault
against which I have been warned,
With great respect,
Your Obedient servant,
The consolidation of the Sentinel and
the Star, has given to the new paper a
circulation larger by one-half than that
of any paper ever published in the
The Star and Sentinel will be read by
nearly every, active business man in the
county, and will reach the families of
most of its substantial qtizens.
We hope to increase this circulation,
large as it is, for it is our purp9se to print
a newspaper of such merit as to be enti
tled to public patronage. But, whether
this be so or not, it is important to adver
users to remember and appreciate the
advantages we can now offer them.
We have made a few improvements In
the paper, and intend to make others
from time to time, with the view to print
one of the best Family and Political Pa
pets in the State. Nothing will be, left
undone ,pn the part of the Editors „to
make their present relations to rears
We will occupy the old Star Office in .
Baltimore street,- where we will be glad
to see our friends at all times. But the
rooms'being small, we have contracted
for the erection of an extensive addition
in the rear of tke present building; ttnd
will, in 'a few weeks, have all needed fa
cilities tor the transaction of our 'business.
With our improved presses ? new type;
and the Job type of the two offices, we
have on hand special facilities for print
ing every kind of Job Work, to great
We stud TEE STABS' AHD SEN INEI
for this week to all pereop whose names
were upon either the Star or the Sentinel'
list; ;and do so in the hePe that they rim
be willing to take the Inver. • A number
epsilons:were - upon the oemptimentary
list of each piper. As this. 'hit would
havebeen unduly laige, by the tinfen
the two lire have omeluded to abcirteh 4lt
eatirek s 'aad will open a* aceowit
all persona upon'the list.
Those towitorO this may be agree
able, will plbstiso notify irohiptl, t y of
their d eaot tit b:lito #l9,4*fsopt i t o
1 , . • '
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.. 6 ~rVA ND T ISiT shelled
114 per *Vheriitm 'slid Rue Ver;:: 14 /
,--:: $2.119. perimlllait;'ln *mice ; tiOT,I; Or
'1.... itutiiprithit!l k he 44*. ''. s 4.-
1 ltd, ert t'seinents; are inserted at the usu-'
lal rates. A liberal reduction made to
person:4 advertising by the quarter, half.
year or year. Special notices inserted at
special rates, to be agreed upon.
. liailh6 eired6tion ititieSi.An &Sr 1 '
TIN is tillif larger than- , that ewe 4
atta "ed by any Journal in Adams COUll
ty ; and, as an advertising medium, it
can of be excelled. •
J 13131NG of ail kinds promptly axe
cut d, and at reasonable rates.
Though every School house in the Slate
is a monument of the deVotion of TRAD-•
DEUS STEVENS to the great catNe r of Gen
eral Education, the graceful act of the
Trustees of Pennsylvania College in litit
week formallY naming their new Prela te atory Building, - STEvnss HALI, in re
cognition of his active agency iu the es
tablishment and maintenance of the pot
lege,,is honorable to their discernment;
and must be grateful to the feelings of
that great man who spent the prim% of
his useful and eventful life in this Town
2:_.6„..VI'ILLIAINt L. SIIARELEY, of
hang lost his.lnjunetioncacase in
the Sup •eine Court of the United States,
has gone home, sad and sore, and still in
sists that Mississippi should not consent
to reconstruct under the laws of Congress.
Mr. SHARKEY is a Senator elect, and is
very likely to be "we out in the cold" in
the new Reconstruction which is impen
ding. 4 91ehee these tears." He is a ven
erable relic of the past. He forgets that
there was a Rebellion ; or that it failed.
He thinks, 'the Rebels should have as
than rights as they would have had, if
it had succeeded. Here, he differs" from
m6t of those who fought and labored to
Out down the Rebellion. 'Hereafter, loy 7 ,
alty will assert its rights in the South - f
and such men as Mr. SHARKEY are po
litically dead. But if it is any satisfaction
to them, let their tongues waggle. No
body cares. 11 7 c don't believe in shooting
a man, because he don't agree with us in
opinion, or speech.
g4`Democratic papers are busy ju,iti
fying the murderous riot in Mobile, when
.Judgc KELLEY undertook to speak on
behalf of the Republican: party.
The justification is, that Judge 181F.1.-
LEY sdd some dings which were not
agreeable to a portion of thq hearers
If this lsort of thing is to juSdlfy shooting
a publig speaker, there can be no more
public meetings held anywhere iu the
The truth is, the Rebels of the South
don't intend to allow free discussion, lest
their past misdeeds and crimes be ex
posed, and a misled and betrayed people
be induced to abandon their old leaders,
and organize on the basis of a true Re
publicanism. But they are too late.—
The Republican party will carry a ma
jority of the Insurrectionary States, and
continue to be the dominant party iii the
The men who defended the South Car
olina BROOKS in his murderous assault
upon Senator Sur it, for language
spoken in debate, have congenial em
ployment now iu, defending the _Mobile
dot as they had last year in palliating
the New Orleans Massacre.
for'Col. Samuel McKee, of Kentucky
defeated for re-election to Congress by
about SOU mitjority, has issued an Ad
dress to the Union voters, in which he
states that he could' have had 2,000 ma
jority, but for the votes of the returned
Rebel soldiers who were allowed to vote
and who all supported the Democratic
*EC:the Supreme Court of the -State
have unanimously concurred in pronoun
cing unconstitutional, the act of the last
Legislature, creating a speCial Judicial
District in Schuylkill, Lebanon and Dau
11%-tireen peas made their appeaiance
in Harrishurg, on ,Saturday last—price
forty cents fors half peck.
Strawberries also were for sale at 7.setz;
young boy, named Michael Kel
ley, in Baltimore, was sent to the Third
National Bank to draw tm cheek for
$l3OO. He took the money, and abacon
ded with it.
Q - Kentueky has become a very lawless
State, according to the statement of the cor
respondent of The Cincinnatti Gazelte,Who
"At a fair estimate two negroes per day in
Kentucky are beaten, outraged, maimed, burn
ed, or murdered. Under the Civil Rights law
over 50 murders and more than 2t,0 cases of
outrage upon black citizens have been repor
ted by the civil and military authorities. Du
ring the past year alone over 500 murders and
outrages upon negroes have occurred in Ken
tucky. This only includes such cases as were
officially noticed by,the United States Com
missionerS, Civil Courts of Agents of the
Freedmen's Bcfreau;and it is fair to presume
that 100 or 200 more cases occurred which
were never reported-at - all or acted on official
ly. But a single Judge in the State—the Won.
Wm. C. Gogdloe, who has always been loyal,
and was arraigned last Winter by the Legis ;
lature for h 1 loyalty—has recognized the
statutes psssed by Congress, and admitted ne
gro testimony into his courts. All the rest
of the Judges have either ignored the law or
nullified iks effects."
CHARGE I i AG AVM A. B. SLONAILER. —ln
Philadel#hia before United States Commis
sioners, Aubrey EL Smith, on Thursday, a
Stunk hewing was had in the case of A. B.
Sloneker and Wilson Buckby, charged with
conspiringto defraud the Government. At
the bearing- William Lancaster testified that
after the tieivan of his distillery on theinfor
matiort offßeventre IsSpector Burns, he went
to the oftleet of Amessor Frasier, who handed
the matter over. to Acting Collector Buckby,
at whose instance he saw Kr. Slenitker, and
tbit he t i e, d to , undertake•the base for $2OO,
the mid ding being that kr that amocnt
.., to be settled. Evidenae Was
given 4iiiit naker took the ropey. Slone
ker isko Collector of Internal Revenue in
one of the ' phia districts, Witt win be
nanerribmed as theindividualtho a faai days
. iiipallattnent pm .... -fhe ' prat
dent with It vase of was flowers. 'lie Was 'on
Thursday held to Bail to =swot-the
defniudirig the Goveritraent. ' f '' f ' '
f 1 - ' -
Gen. Ord, it is 'immix% -wit itionitili erdid
shoitl3rstitylig the collect of iltilliifili.
shuippf ott.oinitof the Vliiinitig
nery Matters. the Mayor f Mob iebeitly
50intellby °wend 8 ' e;licii ;. Med
Itomc w il
tc‘,o! : w4 to appoint hairgie'''''): 'ice
tie colontiltbiaiii, -L - ,—..--
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''Glatt, Esq wittr*isatiiinlnta "
- sdi of Internal Reveitith.fOr;,ilie
kpopiiretional District,Yark, Peril , tusil,Cutelf
iiierltuld„ , 'has declined the tifflie s Sir. Join;
t'alton, brother of the late Assessor, is the
Acting Assessor for the District. ! .
Frok the report made a few days ago by
the Preqdcnt and - Directors of thel Hanover
Branch liailroa4 We learn that Ate, reOpilli,
for the past year were $58,562 59k the ex
penses 4189,558 ¢:r—Leaving the prrilits of the
Road /519,024 24. The total number of pas
sengers curled over the road during the year
was 22,=; way 7;729; tons of throttgh
freight 44,6571 local 4,992 .
t , 1
We learn from the liaimvar Spetatcf,that
the authorities:of that town are husify
gaged in attending to the sanitary' measures
su important to the, health of thelcoaLaimity,
in view of the coining warm seilv4lr,s i tch as
removing every species of garbage, nage ;
and tither essential measures to the preserva
tion of health.. It. would be yell Hour alleys
and cellars were looked to, mid if our neigh
boring town should stimulate the authorities ,
of all the adjacent towns to take an interest in
this important matter.
The First Natiql, and the York Connty,
National Banks have each declared a dividend
of six per cent. clear of taxes.
Franklin Count 3
The Cumberland Valley Quarterly Conven
tion of Good Templars,. met in Chambers
burg on Wednesday eveniv last. There are
19 lodges of the Order in the District, to in
Cumberland, Sin Frank and lin Fulton—
a majority of which were represented in the
Convention. The proceedings were highly
interesting. The next session of the Conven
tion, in July next, will be held in Mercers
Cum) Lost—Considerable excitement was
created in Chambersburg, on Saturday after
noon of Week before last, by the ringing of
the Court House and Market House bells for
a lost child. The child had been away from
home some time; and the parents becoming
uneasy, on account of a party of Gypsies that
had been prowling around town, who they,
feared - had carried the child off, caused the
bells t be rung. One lady declared that she
had seen the Gypsies taking the child with
them. During the afternoon the child was
found quietly sleeping under a bed in a neigh
On Sunday afternoon of last week, ten
persons, converts of the revival in progress in
the Church of (.lod in Chtmbersburg, were
immersed in the Conococheague Creek, near
the Lentos Edge Tool Factory, by the Rev.
Mr. Hunter, pastor of that Church.
A Convention of six delegates from each
district is to meet in Harrisonville, June gth,
to consider the practicability of building a
Railroad from the Broad Top Coal region to
the Baltimore 6: Ohio railroad at or near
Hancock, 31d., and to adopt the necessary
initiatory measures. On the same day, a Con
vention ; will be held at flancic. for the same
At a meeting of the School Diroctors, 2.5
out of 72 present, the salary of the County
Superintendent, m:as increased from $:;(a) to
WOO. 14 ,having voted in favor of such in
crease and 11 against.
The Bedford Inuircr of May '24th, says
there i - Complaint of the treatment Soldiers'
Orphans have received and are receiving at
the establishment at White Hall, which had
been /Med for the maintenance of a certain
number. It calls upon the State authorities
to investigate the matters.
The Farmers and Mechanics Bank of Ship
)ensburg has made a dividend of five per cent.
:lear of taxes.
Mr. Alpheus Dale, of 'Mechanicsburg,
with an accident at Columbia on Mon
week. He was in charge of his market car,
while the train was inMotion. •Unfortunately
he did not secure a firm hold, his hands slip
ped, and he was thrown to the ground, and
partially pn tht track. Both of his hands
were seriously injured, and two wheels passed
over his right hand, crushing it considerably,
and rendering amputation perhaps r.ecessary.
MESSIAH'S CONVEEENCE AND TEST MEET
ING IN MscrtAMCSAMIG.—A. Tent will be ere'et
ed in Mechanicsburg, on a lot owned by the
R. R. Cotripany, near Mr. Bryson's Ware
house, jn which meeting* will be held, com
mencing on Saturday evening, 25th inst., to
continue over two Sabbaths. Three services
each day. The Annual Conference of the
Messsiah Church will convene at the same
place on Wednesday the 29th inst.. at 9
o'clock. A. M.
Amos Slay-maker, Esq, has been appointed
Register in Bankruptcy for the nth Congres
The Democratic delegates to the State Con
ventioh are uninstructed; but are for the nomi
nation of Judge Sharswood of Philadelphia.
Speaker Colfax is to deliver his Lecture
"Across the Continent," in Lancaster, July
lst, fo the last time.
e Lancaster County National Bank has
e a iyidend of six per cent. and the First
Nations, Bank of Strasburg, of live per cent.
clear of taxation.
Dnotexrios.—On Sat_ ay lasthe new
County Hospital cated to the service
of God. Rev. IV: ,; 9otwald delivered a
very impressive on, and the choir of the
St. John*(4,, hurch assisted in the
The bridge at Harrisburg is to be re-built.
The contract for the building of it has been
awarded to a Mr. Campbell, at $6.5,000.
AN OIL TEAM Bvxxan—A Grand Illumi
nation.—A little after dark the other evening,
six car loads of oil took fire as a train was
coining dosoin the mountain itear Kittanning
Point, on the Pennsylvania railroad, and
about two hundred barrels burned up. The
flame illuminated the entire valley between
the Allegheny and Brush Mountains, and for
med one of the most beautiful sights imagina
ble. It is not known how the oil took fire,
but it is supposed it caught from a spark of
the loco:motive. The loss to the railroad com
pany will be heavy. Almost an eighth of a
mile of track was destroyed, the ties burned,
and ;therails twisted in various shapes.
TH* Tcxxxas—We learn that the Anntud
Meeting of this denomination will be held at
Pipe Cftek, Md., ort \ the 11th of June. At
the Annual Meetingt.lBG6, held at Waynes
boro', Franklin coo n% It was decided, " that
there shall be no boarding tent put up at the
phase of meeting] to• entertain and feed a mix
ed mtdtitude, as before," but '' , that the Church
holding the xnee flag lioal mikearrangements
to reeeive and en in all the bT and
sisters privately ."' .The eiunige in e man
ner ofholding these meetings, so far 'as con-
terns spectators, may be stated briefly thus:
1. The delegates will assemble on Tuesday
:morning, inste,ad or q4,lfplay and Sror4,y, as
There will, there, be no general gath
e4a,g eaSariilaY,ss4 40 place of ho/did the
~ k inTreaszteetingl and
, There will be no preparation for teed ihg
av v betthose Wholtre in bruittreits attetillibi
kneeting., , -
Tux me m o ri m e," says th, !filiß a 4 4 -
tpee prison, 4efterion Dm-Islas tow) forth to
asstene She, pine withth the Intirre Grill assign
hint,ito the most %Veld *Fatter hit the Mitts
ry of bfe time." 110 ht"' 044 Demodmile
•400 1 44 1 # • -
4,1), ,our awl f7.-quintct
. - "c*Nli...*s OF PASTORATE,--Rev D.
T. CIRNA*AN, of the Presbyteriag , bhurch
in this place presched his Farewell Sermon
on Sinday last, and on Atonally left for his
new charge , at Benefield, near Pittsburgh.
Mr. OAILIitATIAN". dining his residence here
Asei - aratypars, w)n many friends by the
suavity of his manners, the kindness of bis
bear and his fine social qualitks: During
his ministry the church has been ,harinoni
ous, and eonsitletable additions Made to it.
We•hope that he may find in his new home
a wider field for usefulness, and that pros
periti•- may 'attend 'him. The Congregation
'have! secured the services of Prof. EDSALL
F.V.4IEIs as a stated supply for a period of
It I 5 understood that Rev. JOHN' R. WAR
NER„ of this place, Pastor of the Marsh
and Hunterstoi Congregations, has
ed a call to the Presbyterian Church ul
Kirkwood, hi the vicinity of St. Louis ; and
that le expects to enter. upon this field late
in Jsly. Mr. WARNER's departure will
brin4 great regret to the members of his
Congregations, and, to the public generally.;
lie dill be an acquisition to the West, and,
'we dinibt not, has, before him a career of wide
useficlness and increased honor.
PPOPOSED MEllo,ltfiL CHERUB.
On list Saturday morning, a number of our
citiztns 'assembled, by invitation, at the
houil of J. L. l.k.itteK., Esq., to hear an ex
plaultition of the project for the erection of a
Meriorial Church in Gettysburg by the
Methodist' Episcopal denomination. The
idea:was, taniceived by Rev. B. 11...UnEAVEn,
the . Presiding Elder of this district, who has
given much time to its elaboration. It is
now in a state of cousidurablo fvrwardnes2;;
and there is little doubt that it will be accom
plished. The purpose is to raise t.i0,000,1_
An Association has been formed, of which
Gen; GEARY is President. Tickets of mem
bership can be procured for $4 - 1. After a full
explimation and a general ititcrehamre of
vie+, the following- resoluti,m, offered by
Mr. MCPitEusoN, was unanimously adopted :
Revolve 1, That we have heard with pleas
ure and interest the statement of Rev. B. H.
CRE /V Ell, in regard to the project to erect. a
Memorial Church in liettyaburgi under the
supervision of the Methodist Episcopal
Churqh, and believing the project to be prac
ticable and eminently commendable, we
pledpc our cordial co operation in the move
The church is to be of granite
GETTYSBURG -.BUILDING ASSUCIA
TION.—AII the Stick in this Association Was
been taken-500 shares at $2.50 each—making
the Capital $12.5,000. The last three shares
were sought 1,2; several parties, and brought
a premium of $1.30 per share. The Associa
tion will be of great benefit to the town, will
stimulate the spirit of improvement, and in
crease the facilities for building. It is in the
hands 'of 'public-spirited citizens who will
secure for the cointrinttity all the benefits it
can COll fen
THE ADAMS COUNTY AGRICULTU
RAL. SOCIETY.—The Fin Annual Fair of
this Society will be held on the Fair Grounds
is Gettysburg, In September next. The
Board of Mar.agers are pushing the improve
ments with great energy. They have bought
1S items of land with a front on' High Street
of flop ie l t, and hare laid out a half-mile
track. uVier the general direction of Jos Eru
S. Gin, I•:sq., civil engineer. This track
when c.inipieted, it is claimed will be the
best halt-mile track in the country. The
grounds are to be enclosed by the first of
July, and the track will be tit for use about
that time. The entrance to it is hut four
squares from the Diamond, and is approached
by a good pavement up to the gate. The
prospects of a good - Fair are very promising,
a. all that is neceterary to wake it a great
• is that the friends of Agriculture,
,ludustiy, and all who Teel
a ire to promote the prosperity of the
County, should lend a helping hand. With
in a few years, the productiveness of our
County has largely increased; bat there is
no.reason why the progress of our farmers
may not be more rapid in the future than it
has been in the past, Among the beneficent
agencies at work, none has been more wide
ly felt than the Agricultural Society which
for four yqdrs had its headquarters at Ben
dereville, but has Sow been removed to a
location in this place made memorable by
its associations with the great war for the
Union. The Managers are trying to sell
Life tickets at it 10, and will take in exchange
the Season tickets now held, at their cost,
Many of our citizens will prefer to have a
Life ticket; and a proper effort will realize
as much from this source as the Managers
require for present purposes. Let all unite
to make the Fair.= overwhelming success.
We understand that the fence around the
Fair Grounds at Benderaville has been torn
down, for:removal to the new Grounds at
Gettysburg. The Managers have received
offers from various farmers and others own-
lug teams to do one or more days' hauling
and it is hoped that this material may be re
moved without much cost to the Society.
OUR NEW COLLECTOR OF INTER
NAL REVENUE.—We had recently a visit
from the newly-appointed Collector, Cu.ts.
W. ASTICOM, Esq., of Hopewell, Bedford
county. Mr. Asucom is a cltar-headed bu
iness man, and a gentleman nf unimpeach
able personal character, and off sound politi
cal ptinciples. To those whti have knoWn
him as long as the writer of this, no assur
ance is necessaryithat he will 'well discharge
the duties of his responsible office. We un
derstand that it is his purpose to, collect the
Revenue himself in Bedford, Franklin and
Adams counties, giving Fulton and Somer
set to Deputy Collectors. This will require
him to spend a few days in each month in
Gettysburg, of which due notice Will be
glyen. is understood that the tax assess
ment; have been greatly reduced by changes
in the lair.
STATES TAX ON NATIONAL BANIC
STOCK, —The Ldgialature at the late session,
passed a hill declaring National Bank Btock
subject to taxation at the same rate as the
,shares of State banks, in the hands of the in
dividual holders Of such shares. The rate is
three mills for :every dollar of the value of
edch stock, which shall be annually assessed
b4amenisors appointed for the purpose by
the Auditor General and State Treasurer.—
When the assegai:lent is made fists shall be
returned to the chnimissioners of the city or
county in whichhluaid bank is located, and
the amount dne ithe Commonwealth upon
such asseesment I shall be collected tin the
manner in whisk Itaxes upon.other personal
property are now Collectable. Mach assessor
Is to receive fot compensation, seven per ct.
Arts every do ll ar of tax assessed by hlnt...
Bnt another servon provides a way of
cape from this . in the fo ll owing words:
Szmitsx 5. Tha should:any national. or
State, BaXik of a Commonwealth, pay to
the State treasure . a tax of one per cent. per
annum; upon the par value of the mpIW,I
stock Mmes . o f, the !shareholders bank f said
shall be exempt_ from all other taxation, on
the value or saw Shame.
This lath le of great interest and Import
suice.to Banks, and - their atopkhohlere.
Oinriteff IMRROVEMENT.—The con
pagatton of St. - ,Tiaitege chnrcli (Lntheran)
Rev. E. itanthEareaucm, Pastor, are thor
oughly refitting their church. : The pulpit
artdpewe#lie beenrrertodeled, the'ihals
h a ndignimgy,trem*. The aisles and pews
Ageto be all carpeted. Most of the work. has
been atraoulp done, and the Clopmittee ex
pect to hays the building ready lbr service
on Sabbath g weer. - The e4tOthwill be one
of ; the \ hands= the borough. The
Coit* hi charge of Ole
serve ondlit(Sor -the testa aM only die.
punt ktlimpt; -„,
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11. 1 EIM.="At a meeting ..f the
BoaS" of Trusties 0f,!./.intitty:.vanta ege .
on Wedzietiday last, the - resignation oft:Pior. , ,
F. A. hlttlEtrzai.elKliG, jr., nv Pr9Pssor. of AID
cittntLanguages .. yras accepted, Go Like ell*,
at the' close of the pretilmt. t‘es-itat. aril th",
following resolution unani rnonsly adopted:
Resolved, That in sieceptinz the resignation
cif Prof. E. A; Aluhlenherg, Jr„ pranklin
Professor of Anei , nt Language. in this In,
stitution, we cheerfully hear testimony to
the ability and fidelity with which he has
di4charged the d utioN of his Pmfeßsorship—
that we regret he has deemed it his duty to
otter his resignation. and that we hereby
tender to him the assurance of the best wish
es Or this Boitrd in his re!ireintutt from its
Prof. Muhlenhorg Vines hence to accept the
Presideney of the Allentown Collegiate Ilk
stitute There is an expression of general
regret at the Prok•ssor's proposed departure,
SO highly is he e4tectried for his merits as a
man, his public spirit as a citizen, and his
aceomplishmetits as a Tcaehor.
The nomination of a successor to Protest
sor Muhlenberg, devolves on the 'Pennsylva
nia Synod, which will meet next month. The
nomination thus made, to lie subject to the
approval of the Board lit' Trustees.
The Board directed that the erection of the
main Building for the Preparatory Bepart
mmt be at onee procei-10 with. We un
derstand the Committee have accepted the
hid o f mr. McCoy. of Chaulliersbnig, who
is the lowest bidder, and proposes to 'put up
t h e b u ildi ng f„ r sis,:tuti. It is to located
on the brow of the hill on the Carlisle roil
beyond the presed: residence of foul. Ehr
hart, and will ocelipy a commanding pOsi
tion— being part of the ground fouzlit over
by the II to Corps on the Ist of ids, Isf;:t.
It will be a sitlcc:m!ial brick building, and
WHY avemmtiodate about 1;5 pupils.
The name unanimously an d very fitly
given to the new lntildiur is the STEVENS
LL, in compliment to the venerable and
veteran champion of Education in Pennsyl
vania. The resolution was couched in the
fold . %vin;; terms, viz:
That in token of our appreeia-
Gm of the vgluahle serviec:s rendered to
the eau... of Education Iw the lion. MAD
net's STEyENs, and of ilk eonsuint and ac
tive inu•r••st, in the growth of Penn4ylvania
College, the nano• or the Preparatory Build
ing he the ,Sierfo,y huh
THE ATLANTic mo.vrtnx l'(it
JFNE our table, with a table of eon
ari.• I anti interesting. That on
sian AllWrit•i, recently ceded to the L. S.,,is
opportunp inter^,t, and value of this
sterlinz Monthly are well sustained. TicK-
Non .t 7 FIE Lns, the publishers, annotmee
three new ealtiolis of CH/LI:LES DICKENS'
Nl ; litks. carefully revised 1:y the author.—.
They are ealled The Diamond Edition, the
Charles I)l::keris* Edition, and the Illustrated
Library Edition. As Mr. inchlnss is inter
ested pecuniarily in the profits of this Re
print of his works, and has revised them
specially for it, and it will be offered on terms
as favorabhi as any other, its claims upon thb
reacjing Public will Lii very strong. Cata
logues e.n lw had of the Publishers, with
Til 4: HUNTINGDON' AND BRoA ToP
, Al , .—For the information of the
public, and particalarly those intending to
visit a fa.shionable s'llonwr resort, such as
Bedford Springs or the Broad Top Mountain
House . we have the pleasure of stating that
an„additional passenger train has been pia,-
ed on the Huntingdon and Broad Top rail
road, thus giving travelers the benefit of two
daily train: each way between Huntingdon
And Mount Dallas and Dudley. At Hunt
ingdon the road roimeets with the Pennsyl
vania line and run: southward via M*Gin
nellstown, Pleasant Grove, Marltleshurg,
Coffee Run, Cove, Saxton. Riddlesliurg,
Hopewell alel Bloody Run, to Mount Dallas,
which is but six miles from Bedford, to
which place passengers are conveyed in cool
modioul hack:. Froin Saxton is a branch
railroad known a- Shoup's Run Branch,
which run. via Coainont to Dudley, where
connections are male with reliable line Of
hacks for Broad Top tity. The Express
train leaves Huntingdon at 7.45 A.M., reach-
Moat Dallas at 10.5 t a. 34. The Mull train
leaves liumingdon at 6.00 P..M., arriving at
Mount Dallas at P.M. Returning, train
leave Mount Dalllis at (i.lO A. m. and 1.30 P.M.
and reach Huntingdon at 9.10 . al. and 4.45
Bag-gage is checked through to Mount
Dallas or Dudley, from any point on the line
of the Pennsylvania railroad. Passedgers are
afforded ample time for meals at Huntington.
The Huntingdon and Broad Top road is un
the supervision of Mr. J. MliillipsAhe Su
perintendent. who is an experienced and
I.: X I'LA.N ATloN.—Althotigh wp have ta
ken a good deal of care in consolidating the
lists of subscribers to the Star and to th%
&nth/et—omitting duplicates, and re-arrang
ing pack ages— so mewl stakes may have been
made. Should there be error in the address
of any of •our subscribers, they will please
advise us promptly, that we may correct.
TOWN SUBSCIITIIERS.—Having em
ployed a ucw Carrier, some of our town sub
scribers may be missed. In such case they
will please promptly report at the effete.
SEND IN LOCALS.—Our, friends'in the
townships can materially aid us in getting
up our interesting local department, by
promptly scuffing us neighborhood news of
general interest, viz :—Real Estate Sales,
Improvethents, Accidents, &c. We shall at
times be under obligations to you for such
items. Don't forget it.
PROCEEDINGS OF THE TOWN COUN
CIL.—The Town Council met on Monday
evening last. Petitions were Presented for
the passage of an Ordinanceso prevent the
running at large of cows, within the Bor
ough limits ; also, remonstrances against the
same. Council voted down the proposed
A resolution was passed, ordering the
grading and paving of Stratton street, be
tween York and ,Middle streets.-
A resolution was also passed directing the
repair of Carlisle street, and the Public
Square, and certain alleys.
The Bounty Account, as audited, was di
rected to be published. Adjourned. I g ,
. .irgi-About six weeks ago, a man named
John Glum, went from Hanover to Baltt:
more, in 'search of employment, ?which he
obtained at Mr. P.risia's, on Louden*lager's,
HilL Shortly after hie arrival them, be Was
bitten by a rabid dog, but feeling no ill. ef- 4
feats from the woundi he paid little attefrtiou
to it, concluding he had recoyer4 'pri, Sat- en
nrday week,. lloweittr, he 'Was bOrriflo at an'
the dila:wary that ,he Was achiOygo
ing mad.' Syinptome of hydropheida were'
tuunlstalteable r and about 11 o'clock P. M.
hebsestpe so unaumaireable as to necessitate
his riimoyatto Ityvie f Asylnm,, where he
expfr&, in great sein on the 19th.
imar-It will gratify t ktpuerus 3 / 4 .a t tlanyi ribi
comity friep4 i
4-4. A. dhum Iriiin,. Esq.,
a : d ,
of Memo, to learn tht4he has recently been
re-elected Corporation 93nnael of that SitY,
under cirentrudanoes highly flattering to this,
tried and faithful oftiCei.; -
TO ADVERTISERS. The confusion in- til
cident to the oonsOlidatio of the two oce*,
and the:re-setting of adv tßiuktie t emApelx
the omissloA pf a . I ;uuthe of. advertisements
this Iveek, which will a pearin Our next.
Ina flew days we hope Ott thlOgs suffi
ciently in order to move along smoothly.
LARGE COLT.— e Wormed that
Samuel March, Esq., of Lug towitabip,
is *cninter - of a two year -old ocOt V . 1N ., 3
'lnolfiksJiii6ounda. -:. 1 - - -
RA.T.LROIi t D EX El l aqiiiCtit is pro
pose&to, Rieke a frog :Frederick
Cityto Llittlestown. . ;iiught4ertainly to .
be 'mode along the idenocatzromd Rock
Creek and "extended to Gott - ph( l g whence a
road. may bee:Eprteied?':)iii,fie made on
a tiiket Ilnelo YorliiinttPlilltulelphia. The
following; roads are also in contemplation :
From Harrisburg to
.131llsburg, and from
Fredrick to Waattagym, leaving* . gap of
only about at mil& of an easy grade from
Dillsiturk to - Gettyalitirg, which 'could . soon
be tilled up, forming a direct route front'
Washington to Harrisburg, and frOm there
Northward to the lakes. Let therefore the
proposed road be matte' to Gettysburg, and
the whole line will soon be made, to' the
drotit of the community and the stockhold
P. S. The Curapillir of 27th states that
Messrs Joseph S. 6itt and P. Harry Irwin,
employed to survey a liner for the proposed
Railritad froth iittleStown to Frederick. cow
nreneed at former placu on Friday, the
10th instant, antl.reached tfre latter on Fri
day following. A line of very easy grades
was found, and of only thirty miles in
length, or three miles less than the,
road. The line was run into the western
of Frederick. Another route will lie ::.nr-•
veyed, starting from the Depot, in•llie
ern section of the city, and running to iVor-
Matea mill, tilers connecting With Lb,' line
already surveyed. At Woodsl»ro', it wilt
diverge Irma this line to the left, in' I tonhie
Pipe Creek, leaving Taneytown to the right,
by which it is expected that a further re,ine
tion in distatietrttan Le effected. With fa
vorable a survey, it is hoped that the friends
of the enterprise will be stimulated to such
efforts as still secure its early success.
sENTEsekur.—At the urplian's Court,
laic \Wednesday, the anrdieanon for a new
trial for Ba-ill-it.titi, rionvieted at the April
stist.ions of rolibiliz \Win. llorcan or borne
$ lO in JIM, I 1 ey, rrui Xvithdrawn, and be was
sentelit•e(! d,the Eastern Penitentiary tor
A tavern license Was' granted to .1..1. Yr
Reuther. at ..Nliddlettiwti.
‘vATEit i7empArNi.—At the annual
election fur Manager:4 of the Gettysburg Wa
ter !onipany, un Saturday week, the follow
ing persens were chosen : George W. Me
ki,ortto Swope, E. B. paehler, S. It.
I:us : sell awl H. J. Stahle. •The Board or
;.;;Lnizial by the re-appointtnntit of Geo. W.
McClellan xs President, and S. it. Russell as
Seeretaty and Treasurer. David Sweeney is
Collector of Water Rents.
ADMITTED TO TILE BAR.—We observe
from a.late number of the La Rue (0.) hide
petttletit that our former tonVman, 111.:41's
W BAILEY, 1 sT., v.-a.s admitted to the Bar
of (Alio, it Vrbalitt, on the leith inst. Mr.
BAILEY graduated in March in the Law De
partment of the University of Michigan, and
has spent tbei intervening months in the law
office of Judge Brown, of Marion. We co:
gratulate young friend on the promisin,'
opening of Ids professional career, assured
that his devotion to business, his talents, and
his reliable :Intl substantial qualities will not
fail to win the respect and confidence Of the
connnanity in which ho tray
tnveting of the Pennsylvania
Stale Temperance Society, on Friday the
17th, George'll. Stuart, of Philadelphia, was
e;ected President. Hon. Thaddeus Stevens
is one of the Viet, Presidents, and Rev. Dr.
Schrum:l:er Is a member of the Board of
Managers for Adams county. ) The Corres
ponding Secretary is Robert, NI-Foust,
THE CIWPS IN 011I0.—A correspon
dent from the interior of Ohio reports a very
backward spring, and that the farmers have
done little planting vet. The fruit prospect
is very good. The wheat crop will be light
owing to the small breadth sown. Out, in
Indiana. Limas, Michigan, and moat of the
Weatarn SWAM, a large crop in eac.p.cted.—
Flour is worth fisl7 per barrel; and money is
scarce 'lnd high
RAILROAD COLLISION.—On Friday of
week before last a collision - tank place be
tween the passenger train on the Littlesiown
Railroad .and a car which had been len on
the track by the repair hands. Quite a
smash-up was the elnsequenee, the engine
being very much damaged, and other injury
dope. Fortunately no person was seriously
"THE GETTYSBURG ASYLUM."—On
the 27th, Attorney General BREWSTER lodged
information in the Supreme Court of 'the
State against the corporation referred to,
praying that the lottery scheme be prohibit
ed. and that its corponde rights be forfeited
by reason of various abuses of their powers.
The ea.se will be argued July ad, hi Philadel
` DIAMOND CHERN.—Messrs.
BUEHLER C CO., who purchased the right to
the celebrated Diamond Churn for Adams
county, and who were unable to supply the
demand for want of mstiags, are now pre
pared to furnish the Churns complete. This
churn is without a rival in simplicity of con,
struction, and will churn more butter In the
same time than any churn in market. It
churns butter in from one to three minutes.
They can be had in Gettysburg, at C. H.
BUEHLER'S Ware-room ; at Green hlount
P. 0. ; at Wx. Witn.r.'s, on Harrisburg read,
and at SAMIIEI, OVERHOLTZE'R . S, in ilathp.
RATS, CAPS, ,t.c.—Col. S. 3. hicOßEAur
has just received from the City a new supply
of latest style of Hata, Caps, tote., *lnch he is
offering at reduced rates, at his establish
ment, on. Chambersburg street We advise.
our friends to give him a calL-It*
HARTMAN tir. SADLtR, York Hininge,
have just received another lot of fine Gas
aimeres which they are selling very rapid
ly. Theyhave also a splendid stohle of pro
caries at the lowest rates•—lt
A. reunion of the =Thing members of the
Pennujlvnia Reserve regiments; will be held
at HarTiaburg,, on Thursday, the 30th inst.
Apprentice Wanted.. •
of about 15 to Ift years of age, of
. . bite, faiT intelligenee, v
- who deislree to
e Printing business, can get a place
:.. t• • . g. at oboe at thiaCiffiee. .
1 1 0:
, sownor, r 'towing been closed,
..004 the a ousts is mrpectetL—l
N i l ) . ask of all those indebted to me for
Mr , stints, advertisdng, •fte., to gall with me
ge a settlement of their Accounts.—
, ; kif are at the old office of the Sentinel.
R G. EIa.PER.
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I" :" ALA " VIP 1
n (Whet*. MoTtAisarT, and change,
• Troprietorship of the Star, renders' it
iii, :. that all srrearages for subscription,
Wang and job work,
,be closed up, wit
.. . . ecessary delay. Each subscriber can
Lain the amount of indebtedness etk 4:
on, by refimenee to thttFte i ted Witt
1. •.g the date to whyt k helew gold. Par:
knowieg . th.ei;yiekves ipdehted WILL please
recd at once the amount due to the under
ed D. A. BUEHLER,
kdrtkiftrator of Estate otI:T. 4drylbenti.
iv, is again rumored from Witshingues
• •i , oval of General She*lda t rct p h a ft CO
of the Fifthltralitir 4 7 1i1049t, miar tiro ;
.pohttment .to,the vacao
`l,lccia*Paiiit44.9/Oreilhienli 4 1- X9.1*7
MAY 29, 1867.
President Juelson—Subert J. Ylaber.
Associate Judges—lsaac It. Wtererau, faun! 'tab
Pogoosotalry--Jiirob A. !
..R.vi‘t4r and Reeorder—W m. D. 11 .k...rural .
Clerk of the Clarrols--.-4 W. At inter. •
District Itartsey—A..J. °wirer.
Troarierer—JAcut, ph r adi, -
apremor—Dr. t •
Nrerreper-4. . -
Oranes istiomfr..— A brallsep K rloeerna is* I Witt. Ht, 1,„1,..;
Clerk—J. 36 Walter. tbesiiet —M tl
Dire lure of Co Pwr—J..lin N. th• Alt ..101111 ,
JOllll Rahn. Ctrrlc--11. 41
Wolf. Treasitrer--C- , nletiop Dangtlalrty. (bans 4--
Wm. McClean. Physician—J. W. C. (O'Neal.
Anditors—Jo.eph Borkem,J44cot.. Pitt•taurfr. Jacob Hull.
901100011 or II trrruren.
Bursexs-- R. ;..11cCriqtry. •
J. tt I lc dkxati.ler Spansivr. David %Var.
r.n Gr..re. A. Rams , lmw, :I'illiwtn 11. Culp. , A to. V.
Riker. Otrk--.lerentiftlt Culp. Trenstitrer-83tnn0 It.
r.".e.tbie.,-31ichrtef Crilly, i;rorge N, Weike. t
Dirrcturs—Lharla A. Btlettlor, ItohYrt Atietulx.--.104 1
nui,p. !linen Warreip. I::•lmrArd G. F:thnestork. T U.
.cier;•tur ‘ —D. A . B u.hler. ',retinae,— g. le.
Carp icr—J. Emory Blur.
S, Ueun.r. •
5w,310; Wdli., Youtiv. 11.4.ry Wii t.
-lame,. .1. Will,. Dnad Keill•hArt,,W m .
Willi .1n D. 111:neo. L. "4n 31. 31.,t ter. 314.reux
Pr...rid...l a 1••1? r« TII (One
" N . M.. A rnuld. .
r , lier—A )1. limit«,
Ai,rr(or.—.:rurp« Tht 011 e Da% Ist MeelOnaUjith t • . Jotall
kr.41,11, Jvls u Ilururr, Clrorgr AruulJ.
V."11:1 um Culp.
I.VL6 GRY.EN VI I D.RT
eve..tel .I. 1,. 2 4 e4iCk.
y-- ill: Wl> Z. klettl.
fn Ivo r• r— A irx•lller C.1,‘,111.
U II Hopp: A ivlrt.w
:11 , 4r,gler,tie.,rgr Lit IS. :Steele: Alex
1)%11" , CO(.7IITT MC TVA:. I 'Oa
41,11.-.11 ge . Riiropr.
l'resitOnl—Pawn R. 11
Ex•hrtirr IVnnet ithr t IleenrOy A wk..% II ei
IttSl. Jacob King.
..iltst• Crbuxix 1.,:a1C1:1...‘, , ,,,i. ~,., ~,,
11, eifi.ent--4 , :atnnPlllorbAt.
Vice Pro,idenf.o—W 1 lUam M elh arry. J. 8. W 1 Owl ner .
Ptc , irsiong Secret 7ry—xdir.rd 11. F:i1,r,...it,,,k•
mr.,,,,,intrnaing Sterdury.—lletarr . .1. Stable
Tire•i4wr—J wee Rcattzuba
Martatierf—‘‘ illlitui B. Wil.on. William W ihie 1),. 4
Wits, Eli.l "Penrose, Julio 11. McClella n
!BALDING AISPO,IATION. i
Preuice-1,/Elururil t('r. Ful;uertock. t
Pic, frcs , *//enf—William . DuncAn
...eere l yery—John V. 'Meerenry.
'Crew , ,cr—J auob A. KitzmillPr.
Managers—dl. Henry Hsieh 'or. .1. W. 1.. U'S cal . J...:.
Rupp, Jelin Culp. (.1 . M.) Wl3l. Übritzlumu.
Prexill.n(—'.l.lm,t4. D. D.
Serretary—Wm. A. DIHIC tn.
Tr , cuirrrr—Joel It. Dknrier .
. 1 1Jnorprt---A. I). fI. Mwhntaea•k, 11. L %Lat
ties. C. nun; W. A. buticart. J Ibilt4er .
S. ,- dart' and TP.asurrr--filis.;.l
Pipit. : Son.nd.
Trnins depart 7.4 t. A.. M.' 1.20 P. 11
H,,' arrive 1.10 P. M. 11.1:1 P. Nl.
uth trlthna pink.. cloee connectiune (.r Wilt imu.'e . The
hnorning train make• clot) connection L.r liarriabort.
and Eastern and Western pointa.
Git sis Loti .Vo. 1'2.4. I. O, 0. F.—Meets urner of Car.
Hyde and Railroad , ttePtll, esery Tueaday evening.
Eneatiapinent."No.l2B./. 0. 0. F.--In Odd Fellows'
And :11 ,510n.1%, , in eAch nonntti.
Gaol- Nam. ritoo L.dge..A0.334. A. Y. 31.—Cornfr of Car.
Hole and Itadrood streets, 2d and it h Thursday in each
Yerri:er. Stated Supply. Ser
vice, Sninbath morning and evening,. and Wednesday
Lutheran, (Chrialti--Pastar, Re*. C. A.lbLy. D. D. izer
viceft by Pruf.4.lr. of Coll.:Igo, and Seminary alternate
ly. Eabbat)i morning and evening and Wednesday eve
Lutheran, ( St. J 3 nse.6-11ev. E.lirsideubaugh. Serviee+
eabhafb morning and evening. arid Weds:madly evening.
37etbor.list I.:pioreropal—ltevx. G. W. Itnnunna•nd A. J. Bender.
Services rtivrntuj; and evening, and Thursday
Gorman Ref orrard—Rev, W R. H. Destrich. F,rvicmo
Sintkath ln , rning awl eveuing, tr. Wednesday evening.
catholic—Re,. doeepll Ball.. Service. let, Sd end btli
n.•rninsr and afternoon.
GrrrysßunG Bt•SISESti ntriceroftv
R. G.Creur:r. Ynrk ctrect, in rr;iiiiciicc.
D. IdaCanal:ashy. Cliamberchurg street, in rcmidon.c
D. Wins, on Public Bgnare. in residence,
A..i. Cover. Baltimore street, in residence.
D. A. Buehler, Baltimore !treat, In
J. iv. Tipton. N. E. bor. Poblic Sonnrc
Neaportl Ziegler, Washington street, sear fhxskl.er•
CONFIC7/ONA , ICI CIF.A.R, 70V3, SC.
Sphraltri Minmgh,Cbarobersborg at., opposite Christ's
J o b darnel,. Chambersknr i e otreet, next to Itatrie Hotel.
J. M. Warner, Ba ltimore, street. first sqnare.
J. M. Swan, Chembersburg st., c.ener of Public eq oar:.
. M. GiMsert. - Baltimore greet, seeonit square..
Wm. C. Stallemith, York street, first square,
Wm. Chritaman, West 'treat. near Chamberehurr
csuthman t Rowe, Baltimarie street. third pqnare.
Danr er k Ziteer, Middle street. near .lialautore.
Tate k Culp. Washington st., near Cbamberstung
CLOTIILYO ILLani 31.Alit. • .
F. B. Pick inz. Bitttimore street, first rquare. •
T. C, Norris. Charnbersburg stroet, ant 54t117
JACOW & lir. later. Chainberiburg street, try ~,,...
Iscrtt, Brinkerhoff, corner of IRA _ "
sk, - - 4 `" -
Square. ~ and Public
CaeL, 1.1 , 11128, tuft , tO
C. H. Lllbler, corm, of Carli.lo and Y • road itreeri
Jacob Shea4l4, on It tilmul, Weal .e
Guinn 6: Reilp, corner of Stratton er on.
J. L. 1.1111, Chambersburg'stireV
!timer opposite Eaßla Llotel
A. D. Hushler, Chamhes"Dy ,
J. S. Forney. Baltimore et n e ar Public Sr oars.
Horner, Chambierrimar 'set,first square.
Set,' opposite Christi Church
Fa,h4.61,,_,°, , cot . of Baltimore and Middle wire
•U. aCa 'OE ,"--ar• dtimore and Public Square.
Co' oar York and Public Squat..
trit Puiorr , , , . liar LIMO. Cx7r.CarlWe and Public Square.
R 4s e • 7.ltiot, Balt. et.. opposite the Court-house.
I'I C OI .I. AiltEons, cor. Chambersburg and Washington sts
IVEGI arD yoripic
Br an k Warren, Weetetre e t.,.
DaVia Sterner, West street.
POIWARDM AND COMNISSION ROVIEV.
Culp t Rarnghaw, car. Wastangton and Ridlroad
W. F. Biddle Jt en., cor. Stratton and Railroad.
cor. Chambersburg and Public "..*.'quare.
Wm. Boyer x Son, York et., opposite National Dank
Meals Jt Bros., Riddle street. east of Washington.
Henry Overtleer, Baltimore st., third squirt.
Wm. Y. Martin. cur. of Baltimore and High streets.
Hendricks Warren, York street, first 'vinare.
S.M. Gilbort, Baltimore street, second square.
Fahnestock Brothers, cur. Baltimore and Middle streets .
Culp k Earushaw,cor. Waabingtou and Railroad street*
W. E. BMWs & Co., car. Stratton and Railroad streets.
Danner k Ziegler, Baltimore street, Ilrst square.
Pahnestock Brothers, corner Baltimore and Middle dr.,
Dowry k Son Baltimore at., uppo.ite Pro4byterier
HASS, CAPII, C.
Row k Woods, corner of York street., nod Pithlir Square .
Jamb Brinkerhoff, corner of York st., stud II lie Square
1- C. Norri Cbtroberebtirg street, Bret square.
Knee 1:1,1, J. L. Tate w prop ri stor, carver Chambersburg
stud 1 tahington.
Keryitous House, W. E. Myers, proprietor. Chatubsrsburs•
street, appetite Chriat's Church. •
N. Wearer, Waahingten at., north of Chambersbore.
T. T. Tate, Waabington et., near. Daigle Hotel.
' MAILTILS TARDS.
John Cannon. carder of Battlmpre and 3fiddte street*
Mai/ k Brother, York et, etut ot Rtratton!
Mime H. AfeCroen:r, Chamberiburg et, near Nat. Hank.
C.J aon , Tort stmt. opposite National
)tamper, Ealtimetest.,first squaws.
W. C. O'Neal, Baltimore etreet,.near U.
• pit.nrreta omcs,
Star ef ,Watind, Baltimore at., aitthray Inky 'eta ttir
Court Rouse and Public Squat*, wad -
C. H. Bush ler. coiner of Carlisle and IlAilru.i•
8. G.Cook, York at., nearly opposite to* Natiotua Butt.
UlmirkOktre 'mom ib t erco.—From Mexico
"'havelettAt of considerable linpeetukce.—
Seca.ttrgeward re ceived despatehes t width
at c ed f r o m several coerces, of the fldl
urtTetetigo, theLiberala deilladng the, k n ,
memo, and the capture , or the Anglian
'Archduke Maxim/am, Ilitiranton; and other
jmpendist dicers, sarrembning.
unc%eXtiottsitY• A Matallo.o4esP4tsh says
tut president Juarez has oriend that '444 , -
'paten and "the Generals surrendering :wit&
'him be shbt. A New Orleans despatih sham
that Juarez, in response to an appeal from .
United StateslAknister Campbell in etc
Maximimilllan, ref:wants thergrlevances ofthe
Liberals at the lands of *e French an`dAlex
sa4 tisolinia to promis&his safety Tn
the. 6telt, or Ida capture.. At the latest 116-
counts the-Uheraht were moving upon the CH
ty of Ifextea and Tin Ortiz. •
MR Copperheads of lionroe . coun Ivor
vea of Obambvsburig t fkg
in order to
tar', 'of War d
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