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4 union of lakes, and a union of lands,
A union no potter shall sever;
A union of hearts, and a union of hands,
And the American fftion ftrtier!
M I F F L I N I O W
Wednesday Morning, September 6, 1865
"FEARLESS AND FREE."
A. !. tiljSS, Editor.
Lor. '25 : lo.
pW Proclaim Liberty jgff
pir- Throughout the Land Jtt
jptr- to ALL the -W"
mm- Inhabitants Thereof. -f
TIIK J UXTA TA SES-flNKt gU
has the Larjett Cm 'art's n of ny piper pub
lished in this County. It is therefore the
f uivtrtKtx medium, ll is a Taper, truly
lyal, ably conducted, a f rsf class Localist,
and well worthy of the patronage of erery
N1 c!t(tn in the County.
H."7V?J' ww le made odious
Traitors must be punished and impover
ished. Thru must not only be punislted
lut tlieir social power, must be destroyed;
And otter maJcini treason otii'ns. ei eru :
1Z1J" Ts Ik. a..m., t.l i
. , A '
Ac remunerated out nf the jtoefcets of
thott who have inflicted, this grttat suffer
ing upon tht courtfry.' President John
win, April 21, 1865.
11 nun UMU ' V . . . -
Union Republican State Nominations
FOR AUDITOR GENERAL
.. -i a.- niDTdivi'T 1
hpi, wvn- - mb - - '.i y i
or MOXTOOMIfIT corsiT.
FOR SURVEYOR GENERAL
Col JACOB 91. CIMPBCLL,
Or CAMSaiA C0C5TT.
Vr.vrm. The Democrat is very appre
hensive that we will show up its assertions
as tney aaerve. ani. mereiore oegs us ;
not to indulge in the "pepper sy'e-' j cal talenl of a hiph order. Of hispure
We well know that the TRUTH and tbe) iy executive ability, the sucoessful acd al
nTnttTirnTT! PT?rvriPI.VS lrnrfd wava satisfactory manner ih which the
by the SENTINEL have long been burn- j ffftto o'nly j " - -
ing the Democrat's throat, but we can t ) proof tht wQ need to cite We h4(j ,j. hog when he was colted." We are re
help it our duty is clear. We intend mogt 01nitted to mantion that from March, j minded of this incident by the last Dem
not only topepperthem until their ungodly ' 1863, until March, 1864, Col. Campbell . at. Surely it has some thing worse
eympathy for rebels and tl.eir copperhead-
lm ticlles, scratches, fccorcnos, ecrspos,
burns and blisters their peppered throats,
but we rronose to cram their own damfc-
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. 1 ' I , tj . t.
leg, disptwting, utsiojai recoru awn iiieir
throats until the intolerable stench warns
.11 men to h,ware of the ungrateful ser-
pnt that blowed it Venom on its besij
friend. Doctors say persons with throat
affectiona dislike lerreTi "na cr tlie i
vile effluvia that his for five years well-
tnat tne t.yiir.ut,, uuu.iui auwiugg .
bite and bum like pepper in a diseased j
tbrnt. Our mission, as long as we
conduct this paoer, is to give these
, , r ' ,
eelf styled Democrats, not ly Tom Tep-,
rer. but also black pcrrer, while our ,
rmmuniuj members of the played
It - J a I T..Va jab tAa vosV nan. ' . . ! -1 I V . Aan rmrtnlnlit WflQ f TnQ. ' h rttB7 VI rrrrCT . lTr
rer to Mrs. Surratt, Jeff Davis, and Hy-! fcrred to it, that it might rem-iin uudcr ' GER ! ! ! ! an'd they will
i TPHinpni, aduv ifuuua'rj, uiva i-v : HiuiiTiiti lavui ilia unu ntuuvun nvn " s
ena Wcrz. who in their day have all been commander. 1 ne Dngaoe suuere., , McCIe!,an Woojwar,, V
"V " P , I failed. July 24th the brigade participat
rtnso.NAi.. The Democrat after be- , . . . Winchester, and upon
having well for several months, last week fajj 0f q0 Mulligan Col. Campbell
gets ravage again and styles us thus '"the i took command of his division. He con
Parson f7) it seems impossible for these j tinued in its command until its consolida
tions to discuss any political questions j tion into a brigade consequent upon its
.... . 1 ' many losses in killed and wounded, and
without indulging in personalities. e i . j ,v fi-.J- Afwr
have alway. except when driven to it in
felf-defencc,4.ried to criticise what was j
paid without discussing who said it but if j
the concern down town is determined to
rail names instead of producing arguments,
we warn them as we d id at the end of
our last controversy, that while we defy
J J:.J.:. Vl.!-i.nnilinl 1.1 VjMvriPfl
auu uiauum auj uwftuaiuiug tu j
to our Parsonage, we hold ourselves ready !
at any time if it is necessary, to give the
Record of things down town to the satis
faction of all. Let it pitch into our poli
tics to its heart's content, but when it
comes to personal abuse it ft- a virtual
admission of a- bad cause or an inability
to defend it.
Jury Commissioner. One ot the
most important officers to be eleeui this
tall is Jury Commisaioner. We hope
our Convention will give us one of the
Lest-men in the couuty. Let it not fol-
- -t fnr riolei.t
i s i....
0d ultra opmiona and bitterness v e 1
A . fi mn Imt nnt a mulish CI16 - J
ic , ,.c,hP'n.ial.;,
a r.ar'v man, i'Ut a
The iteaord Furnished1,
B. The Democrat last week: asserts
and intimates a lot of false and Billy
tuff about Col. Campbell and calls on
ua to furnish the record of the fields in
wnfcn he fought we comply not for the
purpose of either converting or gratifying
tbe Democrat bat to enlighten the com
munity in general. Tbe following is
from tbe Johnstown Tribune :
In April, 1861, Fort Sumter was bom
barded and the first call appeared for vol
unteers to "rally round the flat." At !
this time Mr. Campbfell Was first lieuten
ant of a volun3er company in Johnstown,
and this company at once tendered its
services to tfce Governor, who promptly
accepted them. It vat tke first company
to enter (Jam L'urtin. Upon the organ
isation of th Third regiment of Pennsyl
vania Volunteers, Lieutenant Campbell
was appointed Quartermaster, a position
which be filled with great acceptability
until the regiment was discharged. On
the 28th oi July he was mustered out of
service, and on tbe dUta was commission
ed to recruit a regiment. In due time
the regiment was raised, the companies
composing it having been mainly recruit
ed through Col. Campbell's individual
exertions. Eight of the companies were
recruited in Cambria and Somerset coun
ties, and two it Lehigh and Northampton
counties. The regiment was designated
years this regiment performed
the arduous duty of guarding sixty utiles oounty are liereby lormca into a commit
ot the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, and , tee to drganiie Systematic afctidS in get
while thus engaged really protecu-u me
Maryland and Pennsylvania border from ,
rebel invasion and guerrilla outrages. It;
i, , fact which may not be generally
known to Pennsyhranians that to the Fifty-
fourth regiment they owe much of the se-'
curitv they enjoyed in their persons and
property during 1802 and 1863, the two
. I ...... 1 ..Ana nW 1ia Raf I h A nA.
mini uimuai caiau. . rw
.itinn . f th. Fiftv-fourth was at all times, t
v j ,
an ettfcedincly trying and dangerous one,
requiring the exercise of the utmost vig-
ilance aad thc soundest discretion. Du-1
ring us guara.acsn.p o iue ,
was irequeuuy eogagcu iu can iuisuc;
i.h a. -nm. and udob more than one
I occasion gave timely and valuable infor-
mation ot his movements and acstgns. in
addition to his ordinary duties as com-
j .. r . 1 .Mnn,
addition to nis ora.nary ,
mander of the regiment, Col. Campbell ,
was almost daily called upon during tuts , "j " "u""y."
period to decide disputes between rebels ; Col. Geo. F McFarland , Col. J. K, Itob
and UnionisU residing along the lino oft;nson, Maj. W'm. Bel!, Capt J. P.
the railroad, and it is no exaggeration to Wharton, Capt. Vanormer, Capt. James
say that in no instance was just.ee cheat-! PaU c t- L $ L;eut j D
ed or rascality rewarded. It is not our, 6 .
assertion merely, but the testimony of all J "wcll, Capt. C. McClellan, Lieut. Bar-
who arc cognizant of the ftcts, that the ton, Lieut. T. T.
commander cf the Fifty-fdtlrth manifest-1 Niffer OB th8 braiiirisger ia tke boots
the tHJ-scMion of judi-
was m command ot tne rounn origaae,
t First division, Eighth army corps
r irat U1V1SIUU. AJIKUbU ml 1 vv.u
which was his own regiment.
Early in 1864 Gen. Sigel took core
ind ef the Department of Wedt Vir
Department of eat ir-
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gmia, ana inoveu wim '" j
troops tor Mart'msburg, preparatory to a ;
"cement Jhewndoah mltey j
la a reorsaniaatroTi ot the troops wnicn ,
toot piace" Col. Ca'mpbell, at his own re-
quest, returned to the command of his -
regiment. At the battle of New Market, j
May 15th, the regiment suffered severoly.
jer jjunter the regiment ivo a promt- j
nent part in the battle of Piedmont, June :
5tb, again occupying tho left Of the' fiffe
"d this time flanking thr enemy s" ngbt
and attacking him in tho rear. Alter
thc Colonc, Campbell wa8 aiigncd
, ,t -nmm.na 0f a bricade. and as a
K11 in the. attack nnon the entrench -
. . ... T nl. 1.... . A AivAroil Iia rp.
fro.f nf Hunter s army when the aitacK
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Shcridan came to thc bead of the Depart- j
ment, he participated in the engagements
in the fchenando ah under tnat rcnownea .
chieftain until he was mustered out of
service nearly two months afteT the cxpi-
ration of his three years term ot enlist
ment. His total period of service, includ
ing the tbrec months' campaign, it will
thus be seen, covered nearly three years
MpMkr fa Wlea.
is now about time that the Coppcf
heads were getting ready to' begin their
wail over Win, the wholesale murderer of
the Andersonville prisoners T They have
had their cry over Mrs. Surrat, and can
onized her into a saint. Wcrx would seenr
to-be thc next subject entitled to their
sympathy. He is certainly in a fair way
of becoming a martyr to his political sen
timents. Judging from the evidence so
far published, extraots of which will be
found in- daily papers, he is perfectly j
for the haosrini!. Let the Copper
Vipads - . therefore, prepare themselves tor
header, therefore, prepare
. V-.J.-0 oa fhis account.
aw.tnr 0f cambric,
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ana duuii' vv i.... ,
A f,.. tKp floK, Win li their"
fi'e Juniata county, Agricultural So
ciety will hold its Annual Exhibition, on
Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, th
11th, 12th and 13 ih of October next, on
the Society's grounds at Perrmille.
- A full attendance of all the friends of
Agriculture and kindred arts ia partictt
larly requested. And it is especially de
sired that every person will bring some
thing 16 put on exhibition, aa a large
amount of money is to be expended in
premiums. It will be seen that the
premium list embraces a very large num
ber of articles, ranging from the first rate
stallion to the humblest article of domes
tic manufacture. As the present season
has been remarkably favorable for the
growth of vegetables, wc ought to make
a valuable display in the Vegetable and
Fruit Departments ; and as' a number of
farmers have been purchasing blooded
stock of late, we hope they will afford
the public a sight of their fine animals.
The ladies though praiseworthy for thiir
efforts heretofore, will endeavor to sur
pass all their former efforts.
The last half day of the Exhibition
will be occupied in giving a free dinier
td the Soldiers of the Republic . beloig
I iow ti this county. To this end, the ladies
- . . . t . .
jO' T CoroUSu Mtt owninip; ne
ing up ad superintending such a feast
n knQw h(m
' V- , '
be worthy of our chivalrous sons
who have borne the country's honor in
triumph over so many bloody battle fields.
Every Juniata Soldier, from the vol
unieer Veteran of four years to the beard-
, t . .t. .i. r
lcaa W who 8Pr"S t0 thc the re8CUC of
his country in any of the various emergen-
cies, hereby receives his card of invitation
10 atten(i lnc dinner iu honor of hw eal-
lant corars(lcs. Then
come one, come
ana ,ct us I00K urn our Plon
the country's dtifendefs id ode group.
Tbfc foilowiiig committee of military
men nwe-e.pMil, cuarge of a1 tha ffiili.
J .f. t; . :k;t. . . .
and Bigger all orar.
We1 ouce kttew a ruin who had a
"he ious horse of which he declared that
than nigger Qn th(J braiu" it his Hini m
j iM bcots, in its pocketfl, and a ge'e'd sized
. one sticking in iU throat. In fact it has
the Xuijeru ot Tremens and seems to be
1 . . 1 - C I 1
areammg ot grcai iiobuj naunsuiuc
darkie9 on the democratic platform
, .' . , ..... o
of a.l rs, it declare that th jestiskl
Gen. Hartraoft and CdoWel CaStipb'SlI are
an ; favor 0f it Iy gracious what a
timc there be ;f the negroes oncc get
t0 80 Ua,.ity
that they have so little brains, moral
worth and political desert tbat tbej fear
the ex-slaves will Soon cteell thtm. -Let
our neighbor be entreated, however,
cot to forsake his thcrcder. Let him
' I VTf.r.va f ' ' Wrt.
Mrs Surratf and Old Scratch this fall.
No Go. The copperheads have, loag
been trying to mako the people beliivo
I that President Johnson had dome over
to the" democracy. Their papers have
been in great glee over it and in several
states the party endorsed bis course. A
great change has however come ever the
f their dreams since he hung Mrs
Surratt. In fact they are beginning to
"smell a very large mice."
Tbe Democrat last week calls him
"The Emperor ot the United States,"
and thinks he goes "ahead ot Austrian
Bt A Copperhead paper saya that the
"Democratic party has never swerved from
Ha famdainental principle;" ami we think
that paper tells the truth fo once. The
' fundamental principle" of the Democrat
ic party has been and still is the "loaves
and fishes," and ft was held together for
a great many years, as admitted by oHe of
its ablest leaders, "by tbe cohesiv pow
er or" public plunder. Lebanon Cou
rier. - !
WtfBSTtR DiFECTIVE. A gfcat d'e
fect has been discovered in'Webstcr's Dic
tionary. He thus defines a" Democrat tfi-:
,:one who adheres to a government by the
"people, of favors thc extension of ten
ilJa f oiiffr-.r-f. tn all -I itcon m'.n '
would n'of itiduflcthe pack
" copp-rneans wnicn mei si
' sua ontfrnstea I'avis ana i.iitoe
111 lIieCRATIC CfiNVESftOl!
Its CaaiJates,Platlorm aad Prospects
The Democratic 3tafe Convention met
at Earriaborg on tie 24ti uli. The no
torious Dick Va'nk of Philadelphia was
appointed President. The irrepressible
Dick', altier a characteristic flourish of
big words about Constitution, defiance,
knaves, Democracy, dignity, manhood
and social equality, subsided and inform
ed the convention that the chair was ready
for business. In orier to screen, family
jars from the public eye, the first motion
made was to appoint a oommittee, to
whom all resolutions on Federal or State
policy must b? referred without debate.
The convention, being thus muzsled and
headed off from any publie expression
and discussien of opinions, set itself down
to wait for a platfbrm. After two hours
patient wailing it became evident that
there was trouble in camp, and it was soon
known that a big fight was going oil in
committee. The convention becoming
anxious and excited a committee was
sent to see what was the matter, but get
ting no satisfaction it was determined to
adjourn until evening. On re-assembling
the committee on resolutions reported a
platform and the convention proceeded to
the nomination of candidates, which re
sulted in the nomination for Auditor
General of a Colonel Davis whose prin
cipal recommendatien seems to have been
that he was in the service long enough to
acquire tho milita fy title of Colonel, then
quit the service in the darkest hours of
thc rebellion and went home to edit a
copperhead newspaper in Bucks county,
thereby assisting to embarrass the govern
ment and making airiends to the rebels
for any harm he might have dot'c them
while in the Union service.
The man Linton was in the same Regi
ment with Col. Campbell. We know him
like a book in fact we once published a
pamphlet in partnership. We know him
so well that we can not now give him jus
tice. On another occasion Wc hope to do
him the justico of proving that ha ought
not to be elected to office.
The platform we have already charac
terized as a re-hash of the Chicago plat
form, as a matter of course, some of the
more unwicldly planks of that immortal
locume ni have been left out, such as the
2nd, pronouncing the war a failure and
demanding an armistice and peace at any
pric4, also the 5th denouncing the gov
ernment, instead of the rebels, for not
taking better care of our soldiers, lan
guishing' and starving in Southern pris
ons, such a resolution just cow raieht
have borce fecavi'j on Lee, Davis and
Were &c, which is not desired by the
Democracy. A few new features have
been introduced, the principal of which
are the 6th, deprecating social equality,
(shades of Richajd M. Johnson and thc
ancient Democracy !) and the 7th, a quasi
endorcement of President Johnson's pol
icy, with an addition of bils Had its and
ani, that turn the whole resolution into
one of censure and denounces the trial
and execution of the assassins of Presi
dent Lincoln as murder, and finally winds
up with thc astonishing announcement
that the Democracy are Ao longer in faor
Altogether tne prospects ot the Democ
racy ate anything but bright. The peo
ple of Pennsylvania last fall repudiated
McClellan and the Chicago platform by a
majority of 20,000, and this re-hash of
that defunct institution, with its proteges,
is doomed to a still more overwhelming
defeat on the second Tuesday of ncrt
t m .
f The Skkiinel never had an idea
of its standing in the Union Party. It
appears from the last Democrat that when
the Sextinkt, whistles the whole party
says anicn that because e Said Civil
rights ought not depend on color, jtbdre
fore tbe Democrat flies off the haddfe
aftd goes on about the "detestable doctive
ot negro equality." We are happy to
know that we are such high authority in
a party against which the gates of hell"
and democracy can not prevail.
The Democrat 6eenn to B'snbH a color
ed mice in tbe Republican Platform
thinks there is something hidden under
its words they are "covert expressions"
-Hold up, neighbor, it will all be plain
after the election the dark ghost which
you seem to see is but the foreshadowing
of tbe following: Dartranft and
Campbell elected by SO,VOr
If the devil has a blacker . char
scter than thc hyena keeper of the An
dersonville prison, as shown by the testi
mony of both union and rebel witnesses,
we have come to thc conclusion that' we
would' not like to be under his command.
And yet this demon has thc sympathy of
tho eoTpirlicads their papers howl fir
him and their Platform speakea of hit I
sxccution as being a murder by 1 resident
JohmonV Can honest dem"ertr any
inr Tctc witn such Icalers.
lathe Juniata True Democrat of Au-
! gust 3rd 1865, on the editorial page, we
find the folbwing, which though not
original with that sheet yet evidently has
the the sanction of its editor : -
Sot tabs-. It is not true ttat tns Dett'ec-
racy of either the State at large, or of any
aountv voted as a nartv aeainat too air al
lowing soldiers the right to Tote. Fourteen of
the strongest Democratic counties in th Stata
went . strobgly in faror of the amendment,
while some of tha Abolitionists voted against
iU There was no settled policy In regard to
that law. Every body voted aa he thought
beat on that subject. Johnstons Democrat. .
The' Democrat rteuia aniioaa for the
"Parson to give it the record" in matters
of controversy, wo will stir up its willful
ly treacherous memory by a statement of
what the record shows and a proposition
to prove it. 'We assert then on the other
It is Tats. It is true that the so-called
democracy of both the State and of this coun
ty Toted as a party against the law allowing
the soldiers the right to Toto. The fifteen
counties that .gave majorities against the sol
diers also gave proportionate majorities for
Woodward. . JEwy bouo'y voting against
the soldiers Vctea against f.nr,.'n nd erery
county roting for Cutin voted for the sol
diers. There was a settled policy, the Union
men were favorable and the demccrats oppos
ed td letting soldiers ?t. ; '; : a w ;
Now wc offer the sum of ONK IltTC-
DKKD DOLLARS, to be given to thc
1 J 1
families of Union 8ufaiJ of Juniata
coUhty, who write starved to death' bV
hyena WrJrJ at 4 Anderson ville for whoiii
the copperhaads arc now manifesting their j
sympathy, if the managers of thc Mifflin- j
town Democrat trill prove by the official
words the truth nf their prfijnsition and)
'he filntj of ours. Pitoh in.
And further we agree if they succeed
in it to run up the . names of Davis and
Linton in the Skxtiski and to dtc open
tickets for them and the whole copperhead j
pnimtc ticket this fall vrovidcJ that if i
they fail in producing such record they
agree to run up and vote thc full Union
tioket. Here is a fair offer. Wade in
Bl ried AlIve. -A man belonging ot
the 202d Penna. regimen., was captured
l. A1.nla lua vintor nHnr $flirfft
IJV LUC ' V I J IU.). ........ . 1 - -
r.... 1Intt.n Va A a (i lippfi tha cane
with other prisoners, Jit! was almost starv -
-A k. ,b whn released and
returned to otir lines, partook too freely
of the food placed before him. Poddeii
death apparently followed, aid the sol
dier was buried, tvecently his remains
were brought to his home in Cumberland
Kmtntv anil itnnn oneninr the coffin it
- ' 10
His family i$ horror-stricken at this dis- j
.... . . . .... 1
covcry. It is mdeea saa to tnina in:i a
human being should awake ii h:s" grave, I
to meet death. ;
t. The trial of Wirz, the keeper of
the .'indersoftville prison, is progressing
very slow'y at t'nsi?ngion. The com
mi.ision was on tB'e first day dissolved and
reappoih'td again on the second day, in I
order to change thc indictment which at
first iuc'uded General Lee and other reb.
el leaders. The two leading ' counsel for
the prisoner thereupon reflipried. Still
1 . . i-'t'.. .
.a.t. 'u'7""u6""". """"S """j
gfy With the court for some ruling, threw 1
irp thft' case : they were afterwards per- !
... ' . - . I
suaded to return ty the entreaties of the ,
prisoner.- The testimony of the witnesses
r . . , I
eafrtnined is made up Of repetitious, by j
eye-Witnesses, cl the fearful cruelty prac
tised1 toward our poor defenceless' soldiers.
ArTLY AND SARCA8TICAtliY Fxn.AIK-
ei. Quay, of the Beaver Argus, siys
that the Dcti'ocnrts' n'eminated Col. Davis
fot Auditor oufc of puVe love for his name,
which is a t'owa'r cf strength in the party.
The cathofii j'rish in the mining re
gions, constituting the back-bone of the
organization, who can't read and hate a
eokttdr, are mado to believe they are Tot
it'g for old Jeff, who is a great fitfvorite
Would it be' atf uirdcrxiocrat-
ic odious doctrine to put the children of
certain distinguished democrats on an
equality with other democrats? for in
stance the children of Richard M. John
son a" good Democratic Vice President on
Eti' equality with some democrats here
abouts who can't see thc difference of col
or between Dinah and Sally in the dark ?
Democrat please answer ?
The Secretary of tne "frcasiry re
presents tnat the deprtraet is in an easy
condition as to funds. The receipts froni
internal revenue bav4 been ' fully equal
toe tbi Calculation heretofore made, those
for the rnmith .f Angurt amon;:f t
ra 53 j poo ftQO.
1 wt v. 1 i -1 " 1 9
was discovered that he was lying face j 1. j863 1864 ; Illinois, 18031864:
downward, having turned hiitsilT it' his'loxa, !63 1864; Wisconsin, 1864 ; Conn:
. ,. . a i River Valley Fair. 1854 ; Champlain Taller
"narrow houw, and there were ether ev- j j. ,0C4.',n(I at the pricipal Count, and
idences that he h'adbcCn' buried alive. j Institute Kairs throughout the land.
r. no issuitca a iany iupi mgm .
The Mason A. namlin Cabinet Or
gang, forty diaTereSt styles, adapted to sa
cred and seeulaf sanaic, from $80 to $600 each.
THIRTY -F1V QOtb or SILVER MEDALS,
or other first premiums awarded them. Illus
trated Catalogue free- Adrets. MASON
HAMLIN. BosTOjr, 6 MASON BROTHERS,
FARM AT , ,
,ao . .
THE undersigned Administrated, of Estate
of John Lanti, will offer for sale at pub
lic outcry by order of the Oryhano' Court en
the premises in Delaware township, Juniata
County, Pa., about . two aad ana half, miles
Xbrth 'West of Thompsontown, on r )
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30TH 18W:
A tract of lanp situated as aboTe stated and
bounded by lands of S. O. Evans, David
Walker's Heirs. Margaret Stinaon and others
containing about ' ( , , ;
About 66 acres of which are cleared aad un
der good cultivation, the balance being tim
berland. There is on tbe premises a LOJ
UOUSK and LOO BARN and a One spring of
water near the door, and on the plaee
AN APPLE ORCHARD.
: TERMS: One half of the purchase mon
ey to -S paid on the confirmation of the sal
by the Court and the other half on the rst of
April next to be secured by judgment.
pale to commence at 1 o'clock, I. M., of
said day, when attendance will ho girea by
the undersigne-l, from wlinra any aaaitiooa.
information way be obtaineu prior to
sale., . .
, SAMUEL J. KCRTZ.
Septaro'ncT 6. lWi5 fa.
The tflitirsal t'lothes TTringff
WITH COG WHEELS,
; f,arg iae, tio OO, Medium,
THE nEf?T IS THE CHEAPEST.
triitrrsgt Co hrrl Clothn Wrinrfr
! Wm pronounced superior to all others at the
! WORLD'S FAIR I. a LOXDO.V.
In 1?62; received the Bronze Medei. 1 high
eat premium) at tbe Great lair of
THE AMERICA t.vitiTt;Tf',
In new York 'City, in lf63. It bas also re
ceived the FIRST PREMIUM 3 at the
ing Sute Fairs :
Kew Torki 18'J 1863; Vermont, 1863;
1 i-i.: tana t;j. f;.ki. iaci.
"My .family, would as soon give up the cooking-stove
as this Clothes VTaisosa. It can
not ha too highly recommended. Mm Kobi
ton. ' After a constant nse of the UxiTiasab
Clothbs WaiNora for more than four years
in my family, I am authorized by the ''powers
that be," lo give it tbe most unqualified praise,
and to pronounce it an indispensable part of
the machinery for housekeeping." Bf. iVn
r Ward Hetcher.
This is the first Wringer I have found that
t w n 1 1 1 t slat ml tliai aaaf!! rannira.1 nf ti '
iruoaiiu lb,,;ou'. y0,;.
"In the Laundry ,tf my house tusre
perpetuat "tlicnisEivipg oi Mondays for the
invention ct our eicellenl nnnger. Jtt
I'ltmnfinre. I., llimle?
I "Ws think tho Ulacajno mucb more tnart
pays for iUelf every year in the sayings of
garment 1. We think, it itrfportaoa t&e.VfriOg-
'hiu,J b a,,"! wU? C008.--0 Juid
"I heartily commend it to economists of
iime, money and contentment." Hi: Doctor
"It saves labor, expecrfes work, makes ths
ialindrefs good nai'afrd. does not tear off but
tons anl is lr.cupcnsaoie in a well regulated
foir.ily." R. S. Storrs, Jr., D. D.
"FvcrV week has given it a strongerhold
: nn.fi. tU. nfVaMinnfl of th inn',ri4 ftt K lAllfl.
' dry." Sverr trie mer of the household is in
auo-iration of it." Sne Tort Observer.
8fL On' receipt of price from spy part of
the country where we have no canvassers, we
aenii'the Wringer free of freight charges!'.
A good canvasser wanted ia every township.
Send for Illustrated Trice, Circular.
s. c. BRowsnro
' No. 3 ST Broadway, Bf.' T."
! V I TVTTU ACTA TPQ W II T OOll-
j I itpt-rii Arrvinv
. a a j jaiv il v v a ivi
h t Cttaaiple7 f City Bi
JVb9 1126 Race Street t
on aclr WEBXfSO.tV AXD SArrjR&AY
AFTEET fHE 20T1 DAY Of SEPTEM-'
BErtc'ommencin' at 10 o'clock A'. M. .
These Mules are all serviceable, and sold
only f"r want cf use. Buyers are invited to
ill bp given for a thorough inspection.
Bsnmy hheds are provided for inspection from
bun and rain.
Terms Casein ioiiritmnt' Fuis.
ALBERT S. ASHMEAD.
. , Captain sad Aa Q.M.
Sitnilica as Clerk in a sf-.re ty a vcusg
msa of rrsreitbiUiT - .
Tbe best ci reScrnce givfn. T"t isf'raa
tin applr atihia rff -e.
and ou:;d iuxiU;ilit