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TUE FRANELIN REPOSITORY.—With this
issue we return to the old and time-honored:
title' of this paper adopted by its founder
seventy years ego—Trtz FnAxxias . Rtros-
ITORT. * With this'na.me it was published by .
0-ZORGE K. HARPER, Esq.; for nearly half a,
century, and enjoyed a degree of. popular
Confidence and patronage .which,• in those
dayS, was uipariilliiied in rural journalism.
For many years, tine believe that Hon. GEORGE
CEIA*DERS was ifs chief Editorial contribu;.
tor, 'although. his name did not appear, nor
bad be any lieenniary interest in the enter
.. When the Ant-Masonic element be
came the.pre' cminating -power opposed to
the Democracy, _Mr. Harper did not her
, Moniie ; With fit—he being an adhering Ma
son.. The'Chtnbersbarg Wit'" was founded
by JOSEPtePRITTS; Esq., co believe, and his
oratiC but gifted pen made his journal a form
idable-rival; 'bat as the political elements
opposed to Democracy combined, the •Whig
was ; prudently united with the BErosrroaY,
and the title oP the paperbecame the .Repos 7
itor,y and Whii7. Subsequently -the Franklin
rnteltigencer was founded by Mr. Miss, and
published for Some time with indifferent suc
cess, _when it was also united with the Re
pository and W7tig. The-Trimsdript was the
next "candidate for. popular favor. • It was
founded - 11y R P.*HAZpLET Esq., with Ai.
S. G. LANE as Editor, •and
_was neutral in
politics. The Armrican movement appeared
on the surface soon after, - a - ad it engulfed
The Transcript as its organ, with GEORGE
ErsrEa,,Esq4 as its Editor, Who infused in
to it great vigor, and had success been possi
ble would have attained it. In 1855, The
Transcript ias "united with the Repository
and Whig, aid the paper was issued with the
title-of Repository and Transcript.. In 1861
the'Dispatch was founded by G. H. Mzux
Co., as a semi-weekly, and pul'shed
with ece4derable ability and success, The
high price , of paper, however, soon rendered
. a semi-weekly,impracticable, and it was re
duced to - a - Weekly when the other papers of
the town were compallattodinainish in size
to avoid bankruptcy. The Dispatch has now
been united With thilpaper, and as it'is
possible to preserve any evidence of the ex
istence of all the papers•combined with -this
one,. We go back to the familiar old title, and
present - the Union:party to-day with a journ
al, worthy, we trust, of: their confidence and
cordial support. - The union is regarded as
judiiions in'every view of the case; and as
the Repository has no personal or factions
ends to accomplish, but seeks to serve the
entire Union party of this section' of . tote
State, it will commend itself, by a firm,"ju
diaous and independent course, to the', intel
ligent-judgment of every lover of the UniSn
DEATH OF . A VENERABLE LADY.—Died at
the-resldertee of her grandsons, Messrs. T. -
ind a A. Cook, in this - ,place -on Sunday
Morning the 7th inst., Mrs. Sarah Jeffrey;
Aged 87 years. This lady, ~ born in Chailes
County, Md., in the year. which proclaimed'
our independence as a nation, possessed a
remarkably - Accurate knowledge of many
important and interesting events of our
Bevolutiona4 history, to which she was
either a witnesi,ler derived it from persons who
Were ircimediate actors. .Residing for many
years near Mount Vernon, she saw
of his Country frequently, and• preserved a
Most vivid recollection, of hia personal ap-'
Vearance: She,also saw oii:many occasions
Tomas Jefferson, - and other eminent men,
who visited - Washington after his retirement
from public duty. 'She was, perhaps, the last
survior'of the' assembled 'multitude at the
inteirnent of the '' , Femfrini ;of Washington,
and remembered Well many incidents of that
solemn While in - Washington; 'in
1808, - she saw - Jerome Boneparte - and his wife,
Miss Patterson, and had a,vivid'reeollectio - n
of the excitement which 'that :remarkable,
wedding at the tithe priodueed. 'The - 'hus- - -
hand of Mrs. Jeffrey had an official position
on .the United States sloop-of-war Essex,
and died at,sea onboard that famOits' vessel
in'lBlo. Mrs. Jeffrey, with hei family, came
in 1811, and resided here
up to the tircui of her death; She was a lady
of astonishing physical and Mental 'vigor.
Arriving at good old age, she - passed from
earth," :surrounded 'by 'her grand 'Children,
dyingi' as she had always lived, in the; esteem
anefeipeet of the .community., • - . •
01711 DRAIiED that We have- recdved
a copy, of the address of Brig. Gen. SPINOLA
on taking leave of his brigade of Pennsylva
nia drafted , troops, at Washington; North
Carollua.r . „ The brigade-embraces the 'l6Bth,
168th, 171st and 17fith Penna. Regimerits,
' the 158th being made up of men from this,
and adjoining counties. The General in ad=
dressfng his troops, says:
"Your conduct throughout has been of a
character that has - placed the Brigade in an
enviable position :, intemperance and immor
, al practices,, as well as =vice .in its various
forms;:have been strangers to the Officers and
•Soldiers of the Keystone 'Brigade Instead
of participating and indulging in the practi
ces -which ara SO . prevpient and- demoralizing
.among doldiera, you 'have invariably been
found on the Sabbath day, joining with each
L e in- prayer and uniting your: voices in
t sin ing praises tolhe'Great Ruler , OfilL" . ,
1;61M:a fartroops in the service with so
good a record;_ and we are assured that the
.I_sBilt. is equalled by f .and surpassed by
none;ri - the diicipline an ' ily qualities
.of its ;then. •001.. MK - minx - has proven
raOst accomplished:officer, arid he and his
=Len are mutually proud of each other.
OWNEES .0E UNPATENTED Lein. The
,act of 4.ssemidyin relation to . the graduating
glad V44tation of unpatented lands by 'the
sSioners a the seveial counties of
''e yls , will exPire byliti own limita.
tio' , \on . e first day of August, - 1803. 'Those
-inter d bad better take advantage of it in
. time, and , have their lands appraised
. by, the,
eorazabsioners And patented,. before the date.
above . given,.
- 31.11,11szsza Alm
learn that Mr. •Solomen Heiser and his son,
who were arrastedriOine weeks ago in this
'place, and by Gen. Schenck , sent to Gen.
Milrey with orders to' send-thera bey4nii our
line.s; , haie been allowed_ to' return, and are'
now at hoine, andhave taken the oath of,
legiance tothe go!cierranent. , It is not, itublia z •
ly lutewn on what, specific charges the Hel-
sers were arrested,. but we Understand that,
when with Gen. Milroy, 'they received a sus
pension of, the sentence of `banishment until
they could have an opportnnity to rebut the
charges preferred againlst them. As' they
have since been discharged, we infer that the
evidence produced either acquitted, them, or
mitigated the offencet materially, and they
are entitled to Abe benefit of a charitable
judgment.. Mr,. Helier should so - denteiln
himself now that there may be no question
about his loyalty. There can be no neutrals
in this War. Neu,trality is in
BRIG. W. Crew;
be gratifying to - bia many fr
tion of the State to learn that
the Pennsylvania Reserve Corps has been.
assigned to Gen. S. W. Grawford, 2 and the
corps has been moved across' the Potomac
again for active service. Gen. Crawford
was a Surgeon in Fort Sumter Where he lie
hayed most gallantly, and has distinguished
himself as a brave and
. capable, commander
in Western Virginia; under Resecrans ; at
Cedar Mountain under Banks ; and at Antie
tam under McClellan; and he now has a
eommand Worthy of the ambition of any
division commander. The Perthsylvania
Reserves have wen for themselims imperisha
ble fame, and their decimated ranks attest
how dearly they have earned their laurels.
We doubt not that under their neW and
youthful commander , they will, if it be pos
sible, add still - brighter lustre to their -hero
Pr.omonin::—We are 'pleased to--hear of
the promotion of Sergt. Peter Cummings of
Dattely A, Ist Penna. Artillery to the posi-•
tion of 2d Lieutenant., Lieut. Cummings is'
one of the original number enlisted. in, the
artillery company of Gen. Campbell, recruit , '
ed in this section at the beginning of the
Rebellion, and on. the assignment of the vari
ous batteries of Gen: Campbell's Regiment
was attached to Battery A, under, the com
mand of the lamented Easton. '• At the bat
,of Brainesville - Lieut. CuWWings was
conspicuous for his gallantry, and performed ,
his duty faithfully in the subsequent engage-,
ments on the Peninsula, at Masusslss,s, South,
Mountain, Antietam and Fredericksburg, and
participated in the late fight at Blackwater'.'
He'has been promoted for his bravery and
devotion to duty, and we aro glad to chrOni
cle this honorahle,recogmition of his \services.
Thu UNiTE,D STATES HOTEL, at Harris-
burg, has,. bean, purchased by Col. Wells
CoVerly, late of Jones Houk; and David.
H. Hutchison, formerly of this county. The
Diited. States is located just between the
Depots of the several railroads; and is alto
gether the mostconvenient house in the city
for travelers on the wing, and is besides - one
Of the. Most pleasant hotels for persons who
tarry a while at the capital. Mr. Hutchison
-is well known to the citizens of this county
as the most competent, 'and accommodating
a landlords, mad his house will be generally
patronized by them. It is a first class Hotel,
and under the immediate charge of Mr.
'Hutchison it will be kept in tha very best
possible manner. •
WILE CiAlMS.—Persons having claims
against either the State or. National govern
ments for . damages, back-pay, bounty, pen
sionS, Sm., can rely upon' pronipt attention to
their-cases by committing them to Maj.
Joan 11T. PomEnoy, 2":114 South 4th street,:
Philadelphia. Maj. Pomeroy was long a
resident of this county, and is-well kabwn as
a gentlemen of the highest integrity and su
perior:business qualities. He eras for nearly
two years a Paymaster, and is perfectly
familiar with the Whole routine of business
- connected with . - claims. His 'card will be
found in our advertising colunins.
Ho H. IPOFFROTII, has nominated
John McGuire Eaiton, son of the late' Capt.
Heneliah Easton, as a cadet -in the Naval
School. at Annapolis. The .fitness of the ayr
POintment Will be generally recognized, and
Mr. Coffroth has done himself credit in look
ing to the claims of the orphaned children of
a, gallant soldier 'regaidless of political . ' cOn
ArIIT3L'iC DINNER was given to' the •
turnednhielnonths' soldiers at Waynesboro'
recently, t was got up in, excellent ;style,
aad addresses Were delivered. by Revs. Dr.
IDorsey,'Krebs"aila R.ester, and -Col. Rowe
and I. H. McCauley, Esq.! The Record es
timates that-there Were from 800 to 1000 peo
present„ • • • -_
/,4 WE, nivrfu attention, - to the tidv'ertisenient
1 1'hif.' McClure in to 7 day's paper. He_ is
.thoronglily master of MuSie r -4s a competent
judge of Institiknenti, anda gentleman of the
highest,' integrity. Persons , throughout . the
State in want of Pianos, -_Cabinet Organs, or
Melodeons, eon' deal safely and, advantage;
ously with him. • '
Tux •rarymis of soldiers in the service,
cannot 'do. a greater kindness to our gallant
boys, thin , to send them a newspaper from
home. The itEPOSIToRY will besentaknailcd.
in strong Wiappers; three months , for 25 4eats,
sli months for 50 cents, or one-year for %LOD.'
This .is little more 'than, the test Fhite.
GEOTIGE TROSTLE, &tiler Oki% pen-
Eel Trostle,, of This Oleo; died recently inA.d-,
ems county, at the advanced age of nearly
88 Years. ge wasithe father of twelve chit-,
dren, and lived to :number -amongst his de
•scendants sixty-five•grandehildien and fifty
eight great grand-children. - f. . :
tip franklitt 110°00Q, ihambirsburgjp,a.
PROMOTED.—Lient. D. S. Gordon,l- 2d
Regular Cavalry, late of Washington town•
ship, has been promOted to a Captaincy Una .,
attached to the staff of Gen..Schenck.
promotion was 'well,ear ned
Vice in the field
ADDRESS OF PRESIDRIFF
WASIIINGTON, July ?fi."
• The President announces to the country
that the news frotn the twiny of the Patonme.
up to 10-'A. of the 3d ,is such as to cOer
the army with the highest, honor, to protnise -
a great success to. the cause of the Union,
and to claim the Condolence of 'all fort the
nieny4tilltint fullen•; • and that for this he es
pecially desires that•on this , day, 46 'whose
-not ours, should ever be done, be every
where remembered, and reverenced .with
the profoundest gratitude.
• (Signed;) 'ABRAHAM LINCuLIr.
A medal of honor - has been 'rewarded to
private Samuel Johnson of Company 9th
Pennsylvania Reserves, for having by indi
vidual bravery and daring Captured frora the
enemy two colors at the battle of Antietam,
Sept. 17, 1862, and received in the act u se
vere wound. , He will be transferred totlke
.Invalid - Corps as a commissioned officer.!T'
THE OLDEST HOUSE TOWN,
AS A HOVAE:OR DRUG STORE -
, IS MILLER & HENSHEY'S,
On 'the Northwest Corner of the Diatnd,
Everything, and morethan ' usually kept int-Drug,.
All Regular Drugs,, •
:Cough Syrups. , ' • •,
That milt sure Diarrhea,-
Coe(tilde, Certain itentedies,
ititearnatie ' • .1
. . .
- i Worm Syrups, . . .
'And troion gas,
C.,?(.lA.lrer Oils, .. ~ ,
. ~. Fluid Exttact Bacho;
Ss mpir. illa Syrups.
And-all other Standard Preparatioiai - of the
"i'', • .- 'Day. ii
',SoLp.vabout nriy kind.%
PE2PiNIEItT, the best of all kinds;
r ' Hosss,and Cerrta Fewness, that can be renal on;
19snoazaspiit and. LAMPS , and
,KinosiNs LAIP,CI3IiIXED3 ,
gip uub eallaj (Dobbs.
GREAT BA A
Aji FROM NEW YORK 4 UCTIONS;I I
..-., . ~..
CORNER OF MAIN AND QUEEN STREETS.
New style MosamiAgues,
Diana chene Plaid, -
• Twilled Musanibiques for travelling aresseS,
Superior Muslin Del:dues in colors,
- Colored Lawns and Crape ite Patty, t
Black Silk, superior quality. ,-, I
Superior Liyous Rai:Neuter Silks, (subllmeyriallty.)
A large lot or 1' eu Cantbrly Handkerchiefs, '
A large lot o deli Linen,
-Jaconet Col rs, now style, i
SOU Doze !Mies, 31.1eses and Men's Cotton Rope,
White I; en und Cotton Duck,
Superli French Doeskin,
SuPeri • solid color Pulutille Fig Silks,
Sup-rfor Grey Loonorne, •---
Superior Grey Poplin,
Beat quality Grey Leonora% - - " ,
bilk Is eck Ties null Coltuis,
Ladies anti Misses' Fillet Mitts; -
Marneillei Vestings, ,
Super bodies and-Me,nsAid'ajores, - I - -
Handsome Now - style Prints and iiitigßearts. 1
7 CARPETS. .
Brussels. Tely-et, Thret-ply(superi or flue) and on
Fou Minn live-four Cocoa hnd Canton Matting; 1
- 4-45-4 r,-4 fi-r-41U-T.4 Floor Oil Cloths, i
Superior Bolting Cloths, „ -
Bonnet Ribbons, I. •
Ditisnothl, Skirts. - - 9 [June 111 T 4.
EW TOBACCO AND, SEGAR
ATlNtlii.—Te the attrent of Chamberibiag and
1 , trinity: The undersigned, having been compelled to
leave Virginia on acconnt of his Union sentiments. has
come among you toestablish n business. hoping f tan his
long extierience, and by close attention. ho will meet
with a generous Support. ills stink will consist of all_
the best Matilda of TOBACCO and StiliAllS whichhe will
sell us cheap as can belied anywitere in town. Don:t: forget
the place. sign of the Virginia nigger," opposite
the Franklin hotel. next door to ebry mire Book tore.
tionth.enst corner of the Diamond
VRANKLIN .tuALL RESTA'.,UR-
A.NT.--MARTIN BROWN,. Proprietor. Thiti well
known Eating daloon fainted up in elegant style, and
the undersigned in.preparcd to serve nii ERESIT OYS
TERS:N.BIf, FROGS.. TIP PE.. CHICKEIs.iB, TURTLE
and CLAM SOUP, and Game of ail kinds.
WAS,HABAIJOII'S ALE, •
constantly on hand. ,
He renpectfully asks a inntinnanc'e of the pationage
no liberally bestowed by hii_frichde and the public.
Jane 17,'t13. 'MARTIN LtitOVN.
pENSION, BOUNTY AND WAR
- CLAIM AGENOY:--Pensions procured for eioldlers
of the present war who arc disabled by , reason Of Wounds
received, or disease contracted, while in the e emit° of the
United States; and Pensiond; $lOO Bounty, and Arrears
-of Pay obtained forwidowe or heirs of those who have
died or been killed while in service. " . yy
• - • JOILN , B. ORB,. Claim - Agent,
Pet). 25, 4334 y. -• ' t - ' Chttenbersburg, Pa. '
IiIdkORTANT - NOTICE.--$s it, is
inpor taut - that Vie Rioke of , thsi late firm ai ta,,.
m.eltaLEIN ,& ,CO.; be settled upluitnediately, persons
knowing them - hives indebted to said firm, for Stiliscrip
tion, Advertising, Job Work, & l tre hereby, notified to
calf upon the undersigned, at the:Office of, the Register
and Recorder t in the Cour tilou,aNand nmke settlement'
without delay. . _ DOER PREY.
June 10, tial.m ,
j3OOKI3INDERY..--41. KITT?, &
co, ho e re moved their BOOR BINDERY , Li. the
/bird dory, of the lIANciON HOUSE, on the Dtanicits4
above 4Thcycietect - Best Biers. -.Entrance between - the
Boole StorscandDr.Snivelytl *Mee. Old Beast, Itariedi.
cals,llisic, Newspapers, 4:e;plxreind in any style. ;Blau];
!Welts made to order. Noe?ileAte,any petten4..
Nov: ;' • • •
IRD: . I3ASI.ET'I•3; • ' I , *,
Etatil Tut*. • -. „
Folintansr. ...!;:. ,
CtttleFi 4 1": r -,,
.. • ~4 ta.potkpdProrze'ell
~; - • , „Pt AP.4.4..fiKiaid%
Drugs, jliebicittes, &e.:
WDZD.E_ CAN BR -HAD,
The Infant's Protector f
• ,And Mothor'e Friend,
Notie Others Kept at this Mouse.
ER & HENSHEY'S,
tobacco ait Stgars.
Stoats !tub einuit.
THE i , DEJTCH-SETT V aINT",
LDO WN TOWN 1,-.Extensive ;tin, per and Atone
coudirtmentll—The. undersigned npectfully in
forms'his Mends and the public gainsay that ha has
rettsdred his from the “D t th Settlement"
up town, Id the' spacious Some funni l y occupied by
ilinnich A Brand; and nearly opposit4Whitea C4oth
has just received a large ass:art of COOK,
COAL, PAttLOS and NIN.E-PLATg , °VAS of the
most approved and latest patterns, why be can and is
determined to sell as cheap, if need cheaper, than'
CM he bad elsewhere in the country;
. lle has also, and intends keeping co n imtly on hand. ,
a large assortment of Tin, Copper arm seat./ run Ware
waded thh hest material and by good torkmen.
- ifif• Persons_ in want of anything in pe above line
are requested to give bins a call befare frchasing else.
whore, as he feels convinced that he can sit them either
us regards the article or the price. 1.
SPOOfINti made and put ki at the gorieet notiee
All kinds of repairing done neatly and eperlitiotisly„
Old Pewter, firm and Copper taken E exchange for
Ware, or Pm highest price given in - cash •
June:17,..1803. • JAA:O33.IfILLER.
11 - OIISEILEEPETtS; REID Gal
labrixer's .Sunriu, .Air-Mhtl—kliew Flat lop
t...ou.afisiti STOVE. - qhe plates are verPon.l7, and the
whole /Ravels finished In a superior maner: - 1 warrant
this Stove tuba superior to any iflat-ToiStore now in
the market, and - respectfully invite my tierfas and the
public to calland examine this Stereo} which there
me several eizet.
I have also a gregt - variety of otter COOKINO
STOVES 'of every style; PARLOR STeirES, new' aid
beautiful .patterns, together with a batty stock of
STOVES fur Churches, Stores, Offices, Weds. do.
- JURY S4I.TDIFIO, •
Wholesale and Iletaii - Dealer in
STOVES, 27/V-AND COPPER PARE. ,
N. }3.—l have been appoititc_O Sole Aptat tor Gana.
gher's Celehraeed Sunrise Air-Tight Cookkovein Cliatu
bersbarg. Pa. Jew 170883.
T ETTER, ITAMILTOI Si CO'S
Great Stove and Tin Ware, Stoiqcorner of the
Inanwnd, can be 'seen the largest ,be st,and chi:ripest
stock of Goods in Chantbersburg: Thal have COOK
ING STOVES for Wood and Coal, of late,*atterns and
all sizes, at fair prices. ' • - pine 17,1863.
SPOUTING DONE . AV SHORT
Non. of first rate malarial andiheap,
All work warranted, and cheaper thanttn be bottchi
elsewhere in the County. Cali and see rr yourselves,
at • ' ,EITER;II..AII'ILTO; & COl,
nearly opposta the !tank.
UTTER, lIA,MILTON 00. are
12/ prepared to pa up the beet LIGION/NO RODS
nt cne;ip rates.
ALWAYS ON HAND, ALARGE.
aswtinorit of Una vori !tat Tin, tivanned and
opporwaro, Sc., sold low at
}ITT iltt . HAMILTON &,, CO S.
LL WORK WARRANTED,Ittfd
cheaper than can be bought eleerherO in :the
county. Come antt z a e 0-41glInt tl
CALL FOR PARLOR AND DI
NING ROOM COAK SiOVES. They are. pratty
good and elleap: UTTER, HAMILTON & CO'SY
A few doors from Shryock's Book Store.
TO THE „PUBLIC GENERALLY.
'ue undersigned takes this method to inform the public
that he has taken the FOUNDRY so !Ong carried on by
Wm. Seibert, with all the PATTeIItNIS connected there-
Arlth, where he purposes continuing the buSiness; and is
now prepared to make ' • '„
ALL F..I.ND! OF CASTINGS
that may be wanted by he comnitinity. Particular at
tention will be paid tom king and keepin g on hand ev
ery deieription of PLOWS, CASTINGS, MAGuN BOX
All kinds of Castings I;aade le order.
New Plows, of diff-ront patterns, always on hand or
made to order.
OLD METAL taken ba trade, for which the highest
price will be given.
By devoting himself attentively to business he hopes
to merit and receive a share of - public patruaage.
June 17, 'B3. j ABRAHAM METZ.
QIIVER AND BRASS PLATER
Li AND Jar .A.ND STIRRUP EAR:Et—Tim sub
sea ibor respectfully Informs his friends and the Public,
that he continues to ca try on the above business it his
old stand on Main Stree ,opposite the - G °rasa Reformed
Having enlarged his business. Saddlen and Coach:'
mulct.; will find in his Store Room a general assortment
of Goods suitable to their several regnireatats such as
Fair and Country flopkins, Parent Loathe; Gig Trawl,
full Plated, Tinned and Japanned; Self-Adjuring Tr e es,
Pull Plated. Tinned and Japanned; Strairdig Web read
Worsted Bain Web. lower than Cotton; Manes, Bite and
Stirrups, Plated, Tinned And Japanned; each Handl e s,
new styles; Curtain FrOaci-; Huh Bands; Bridle Fronts,
Itoseates. Swivels and Ornaments; Iron Plater and Wood
Gilt names, Buckles, Brass, Silver and Japanned, all
styles and patterns; Ivory :and - Wooden Marting-ale
Stump Joints and a variety of other Goods suit
able fur the trade:
ink All kittdi`ot Plating, Sc., done with tentnests and
dezpittrh. LEWI9 woinEß,
NEW MARBLE' YARD.—The
undersigned respectfully announces to the citizens
i Flunkliti county that he had opened a New Marble
Yard in the room formerly occupied by 'Or. Hammen,
- directly opposite J.S. Nixon's Drug Store. Main Street.
In the norough of Chambersbura, where-he wilt keep on
hand or make to order all articles in liis line of business,
such as MONUMENTS. TOMES and HEAD STONES,
MAlsit LES. TA BLit & STAND TOPS, c., manufactured
&On the very best Foreign and-Domestic Marble. '
Me respectfully solicits a call from those \stonily Loin
want of anyarticleln the above line. lie is confident in
his ability to satisfy all vile rany . floppleased to patronize
/Jim, either as regards his prices, or the voillty, beauty,
and chasteness of hls work: •
Noy. 21. 'llO ' JOHN A. GROVE.
. Iy Intones the -public that he bee leased the
• B-11 I K YARD
recently occupied by N. Wanatnaker, and has oppointlid
- • SAMUEL ELM FORIN A PRACTICAL MEE/1A E IC,
to conduct the business. Ito respectfully solicits the
patronage bestowed upon the formor occupant, and-hoped
by prompt attention to business, always Laing a largo
SOLID, WELL MADE BRICK;
of alFaryles and qualities, to secure all the trade, both
city and conntrY.
ltricklayers arc invited to examine our stock.
WANT a'D.—About 214 curds of good. Wood. -
" June 17.3 m. ,
I. EMI)ICII. • F. EMBICII•
CIENTRE WOOLEN FACTORY.
The snbreribers riorjuctfully inform their friends
and the public generally, that they hare leased the
above named Factory one mile north-west of Ch ;cabers
burg, (best knownas llorst's Factory) for a term of
years, where they intend to inanuacture Cloth. Seta.
net. Blankets. Flannels and Carpeting from the fleece ot.
yarn. tountry Cardingand Fulling attended to. ..Also--z
Indigo blue, and fthey dying done to. order. 1110711*.
-thoroughly repaired the machinery , they hope to bead°,
to render getioral satisfaction to all who may f,ror theca
with their custom. -
May 11..EMBICII 5014.`
C. IL lITISIL
,„ OF AGRICULTURAL IldFLlthitiNTS.—Shop on
%tutor Street, between Queen and,-Washington, Chem
bersburg, Pa. •
WAGON BlAKMl—llaeing connected with his Drill
and Rake Factory theta( Wagon-Making, and having
employed ono of tho bait practical Wagon-makers in the
county. he Feels dont:Went in assuring Farmers,. anti oth
ers needing this kind of work, that he is prepared to
render entire satisfaction to all who - may leave their or
ders. All work entrusted to latm will be promptly and
neatly executed, at moderato prices, either for new or old
work. Farmers areftwited to call,give hint a trial, and
got the worth of thoirnioney. • .•
11LACREMITHINGS-1-11e also carries on the Black
smithin, and employs d skillful workman, whole able to
do all lauds of 9mithin4 which is- required for Wagons,
ter. - s'-' • •
GIIN-SPRING GRAIN AND, RAN RAKE
' He contlsucs to construct his 'unsurpassed Patented
Gurn•Spring °raw:find:gay Rake.
Air State aud.Clounttflights for sale.
FARX.'BtiILS.4-ilryefs , c~ Brand
are agentsfor trariklin co., to sell' the LEBO&
,412iLLS. These Bells are, superior to 'any, other Bell
made in the State. We have told-a large numtier ii, the
r:otulty and thia them to glve good satisfaction. These
are superior In tone•to any other Iron bell, and
equal to most brass bells. Alt bells *mid-area warranted
.to stand, and if any should break, we will supply . a 'new
one in place.
Jane 17, '63. •
-"V OTICE.—AII p6r§olis initebted 'by
N .-- Book Account or Note, to IMO, & HAMMON,
.&o:loreby notified to call told mottle prOTIOns to July 1,
1.863, and me c00t.% . [ May 20,'63,.
lid 1: tate Zile&
A c CHANCE 0 WR MO EY I
'.., The undersign , offer tit" Irate Bale; on second.;
mounting terms , all t vale le TRACT O 1 LAND situ
ated hi St. Thuniu
.to ip, . ratikliti County, Pm, 3
a l miii
miles North -west of th ',Wa d af St, 'Thomas, bounded
by lands ofD. Wilson' nein, Wm. Premier, Barr. and
others, containing - ~,
2.20 AelitS--, '' , g ‘ : •
About 100 Acres ofthls Tract am.cirtredand . I': 'a fine
state ofcultiVation, the arholti of which lac be n thor
oughly limed within thelaat few years; the balance Is
heavily Set with thriving Timber. There is a tine Lime
atoneQuarry on the premises, from which a impeder
quality of Lime is made. The Improvements cute,ist 'of
a goad, two-storied Legand Frame DWELLING 1101838,'
A Nilill BANK BARN, ureeted last summer: 'a 'Water
power SAW MILIJ,te
driven by a small Steam &igloo; and other necessary'
and convenient buildings., - ,
The above . Property offers great induceMents to' puts
=chasers of neat Estate.. It is located in a - finely Timbered
region:and as the demand for Lumber, Stares, Shingles,
ae., is and Will continue on' the increase, ms 'erorgetie
business man could not fail to make Stoney Mit of tho
many advantages , it ;possesses. persons desiring to in
vest in a valuable Property are invited to - view this.
Salisbury residing-thereon, will give any in
formation thatmay be desired. Possession min be had
ist any time.
Juno 17, '63. - ' ' '
GAltialt. A SHEARSIAN
DRIVATE'SALE, I OP TANNERY
NEAR FAYETTEITILLE.—The undetsigtted will
soil et Private We, the f4llcieting described REAL -ES
TATE., to wit:
;30 ACRES' OF - '
AU rind er good recessed tillable, with a good Brick Dwell
ing, a foyer tsllingyrell of good water 'Jaw the door, a
go(Pd Mara and Thrashing Floor, a fine Orchard bearlhg
the Vest fruit. , Also -
of 321arge VMS, Bth a I;eaches with' limes and Pools
Bark - Mill, Roller, Pump and Fulling Stocks, all in excel
lent *order. the whole operating - by WATER POWER:
Also a good Barkshed, all unsurp.msed lu convenience
and labor saving. .
The above property will be shown to any person on ap
plication to Jacob B. Cook of Fayetteville ' or John B.
Cook of Cluunbersburg. Terntea be rensonlibie:
"Juno 17, '63-tf • PE'TER COOK.
TIESIRABLE . TOWN ..PRO_PER
ju_ I' NOR BALE —ho undersigned 'sell at Pri
vate'Sale, it LOT ON (Irmo ND, situate on bast Queen St,
Chambersbargradjelning the residence of P. Haitanan.
Esq.. having thereon erected a two-story 'WICK DWELL
ING HOUSii, with a two•story Beek ark 'Building at
tached, a Frame Stable, and other away out-build
ings. There is also a Well of excellen Water and a Cis
tern on the premises. .
gSlr Persons Wishing to iieW tho premises and /earn
the terms, can do so by calling on T. B. Kennetly,,Esq..
Clounbersburg, or the subscriber, residing in bhippens
sus—Possession given on the Ist of April next, when a
good title will he mado by ; ,SA.IIIUEL KNI -LEY.
June 3-3ns '
A ITA_LITABiIt FARM AT PRI
TATE SALE;—Ther underaigned will sell, at Pri-
Vete Salo, tho FARM. on which ho residue, within a mile
of. Williamsport; and 'adjoining the lands of John C..
White, Mrs. Dail, and others, and - consieting of
307-ACRES OF LIMESTONE LAND,
In ahigh state of cultivation, with flu improvements,
and well watered, including a large bpring pear the door
ofthoDwelling. A large port of this Wm is Meadow
Land, heavily set in Timothy and Clover—but it is deem•
ed istineosary to give a description of it as it is well
known,tu be one of the best Ydrins in the country; be
sides persons wishing to purchase, will of course view
andJuilgo it for themselves. .
Hay 7.0, - '63-43t DELLINGER.
e 3 n 5 ur a are.
ANKLIN INSURANCE COAT•
t MANY OF PHILADELPHIA, No. 435 and 431
',writ - nut Street. • '
Uneipiled Tempora . ry Premiums,
Total $4392,116 39
Statement of tho Aasets of tho Company on January 1.
First Mortgages. amply secured $1,993,931 48
Real,Estate, (present value $138,3d2.47.) cost 133,970 77
Temporary Loans, on ample Collateral ace u
Stocks, (present value 5 1 35,385 ltl,) cost,
Notes and Bills receivable.
5143691391 t 3
Advance in Value of Real Estate over cost, 9.331 70
Advanee in *eine of Stocks over ..... 13.4 a 66
4er The only Profits from Premiums which this Conn
party can divide by law, aro from Risks which have been
Er ct froiti the Chart,r o thi am*ny.
'"But th moneys received as premiums upon risks
which rent undetermined. endure outatanDing at the
time of dechiring Buell Dividend, shall not be considered
psrt of the profits of said Corporation,Or divided as
PERPETUAL or LLVITED rivsURAN 'LS -made
en every description of prupm ty, in Town and Country,
for Owners, lortgage.B.l Gnome]. Landlords, tite.,,
Rates as low a's are consistent with'security. • '
Since their Incorporation, a period of thirty years:
they have piid eveoPOUR miLta.oNp OF DOLLARS
LOSSES 11Y thereby affording 'evidence of the
advantages of Instirance, An well as the ability and dis
position to meet with promptness all
LOSSES BY FIRE
Losses paid goring thoyear 1862.
-DIRKTOIS. ' - - - -
. Charles N. Banker, " David S. Drown,
Tobias Wagner, -l' . zlsaac Lea, - -
Smuuel Gtarit. Edward O. Dale,
Jacob R. Smith, . - George Palels,.
George W. Richards. Alfred Fitter. ..
- " CH ARLES N. BA NCK KR,'President.
EDWARD C. DALE, Vice President.
- Jas. W. 3.l'lizuszAtt, See'y pro tom.
air Applicati;invißde to DAVID OAKR. of Chem:the:a
burg, who is an authorized Agent fur the 'Company,
either pertionallyNr by letter, will meet with tzttentleti,
ChITR AGENT.-Afh:. JOHN GROVE,
NL . ), of .Chambersbarg; is the General Agent of the
-.Franklin County Mutual Insurance Company.
Juno 17.'63, , WM. 31cLELLAN.
THE PA4ILY SOAP MASER.
The public are cautioned. aphid: the - SPURIOUS
article - of LYE for nuthin,g,BoAP, &c., now offered, for
alto. The o'nlY GENUINE and PATENTED Lye is'that
made by the PENNSYLVANIA SALT IdA NETACTU
RING COMPANY; their trade mark for it being ," SA
PONIFIER OR CONCENTRATED LYE." The 'great'
SUCCESSiI gde article hag led UNPRINCIPLED
TIES to endeitror to IMITATE:it, in violation of the
Company's PATENTS. • '
AILMANrifACTORRES, BUYEWS, or .VELGERS . O
thee° SPURIOUS Lyqa, are hereby NOTIFIED that thc;
COMPANYhitve employed la their A.TTORNErg,
GEO. 4ARDThit, .!sq. of Philad'a, and..
EA` NYELih.Esq.,,Of Pittsburg, •
And that atl 21:412n7iti4CTURER
. a, USERS or SELL
ERS44s,III elolatioskof the tights of theiCcompea4;
will be riOSECUTEDitt ' • ' • '
The 9Aosnazg, or coNenTim TED LYE fe
for dale byall:Pruigidti,erocere and Couatrygtorea.
TASE N r OTIOA!
TbeitibStirss6tcll &mar:Vesta nz Mitrid Of
Tema,/ itolo.l . of 114 Term, in 18M. in milt of the.
PENNBI ',Y4NIA SALr .31,ANdrACTUILINO CO*
Parr vi,THON.AS G. CITASE decried to the Com
pany, on lovereber 115,1852, the•erclarive right granted
by a PateiS'oirned by them for: the .34P0.1VTF,7414
Pateiat (10-ed iNtotier 21, 1856. ierpeinal injunction'
SA Te MANUFACTURING CO.•
127 WI:LXIITSVP:E ET, PltildelpliiN
PITT 4k . D'UQP!SNp,WATiPittaburg.
g i eggi
ADMINISTRATOR% NoT r
map ., hereby; 0, 0 1 - . that Letters. u Adiiontat
Innen on ate Benito of Jacob 8. litdeloy;fi4o'd, teen
tioonlitinntxAto the n 04111104 to4.4Ung te.ghinpene•
Bit nersOns Indebted to the said Beadle, ere Trettoted
to mottoirninedtate 'payment, and Shoselnyin doj os
at dengendb Ilgairtst the Rotate of cic
. -todonsond 1' mak"
know& the Amite, w1t134:14 delay, to - -
tYPI ikereits. betters tirAdinnt
tatrauen en_the,Estate George,Stpmp; "lige it
Peters township, deed, have , been panted to the -Mar
scriber r res-loing in saki township. , - - • -
perwitti indebted to the mid tatata,are renitence
to mak-, 'Annie:hat - pnyntent, and theta - having *Wats or
amoral , upktztat thb 'llvtate et said decellenti !tall intate,
themhaow_ withunt tiv,lay,te •-- • • - '
- JOON i11033?0,Cd,
VSTATA. OF Stslo.i RII
4 Noe ie hereby given that letters of-Admlolotni- -
lion on ern Hante or Sitrtog w . Itttnier, late o f the Bar.
ongh of Greencastle, died, have ha granted to the,.
nndervigrind residing in said iterongli t •. -
141.1 prim:nig knonting thenioen , os indobood to sold -Its;
tato ale reanested tomato iroroodia to -payment, oak_ •
those toeing elaient,nresent therm properly
cited, fir eretilemerit. JAM- PENBINGati
June 30113-6 t. • - -Adrier.
0TT0E....--Wherewsletterii 3 OlA
miletnration,otrthe Ititnte of blarttnrot Owerfuto,'
itste ur Chnntberehnrg, docemed, ham been granted'' -
the subscriber: - el 1 t paean% Indebted to the Enid 'Mats
arc minima to make, tome/ante pap:tent, Ind those
havingclaime or d.nuandi agolnet the Mato or 4,104.
decedent Will make barown it:mean° without deb,'
JOIIN MO:ALVA -'
.Inne 0,'112-Pt. Adntittict
trAIE OF GEORGE 131t.ENr
I.lAltr.—Whereas, Lettorg of Adininisitiainu on
tau &tete ot tieorge liarnharriEnte of .A Writ . ' town
ship, deed, have hewn granted to- 'the ,untlersigtinit. Fo;„
siding in Said townehlp. ' . , - -
All Persons knowing themselves Indebted to' said Raj
tate will 'multeimmudiate p4ment and thasi hiving
claims Will present them properly authenticated' fir
settlement. • - L. MARTIN.
fay 13.T3 ' - /Auer.
1.1 ministration on the .FAtato Daniel tistYrnan,
late of Zurgan 'township dec'd. 'firm been, greated_to -
the subscriber, r tabling In Cumberland county,—
All permits kneni fig , themselves Indebted to said Patalt
will please make immediate payment, and those - havits„,
'claims present them piopirly authentic Med. for eettlia.A.
pent. ' JOIIN Bran,
May 2 3 1 , ..'&341t,Adm'r„
jOTICE- OF PARTNERSHIP.—
Notice is hereby gfren that the
this day entered into partnerehip, in the; lOan..h-Slisting
business, in all its various branches, under the name or
Felder k Foltz. Tho said firmwill business at this
stand lately occupied by P. -near, .Pelfrer Co„ and
'would respectfully solicit a • continunnee of the, public
patronage. 'P: ifISNRT PEIFFAR, • '
Nor. 1 1 41881, • O. FOLTZ.
'PO THE PUBLIII—Inv Orson hivaing
1„ knowledge of the whereabouts of, JAMES P.IPOE,
a lunatic, who made his escape from the 'Asyintu at
liarrisbuts, on the Mat instant, will confer-a tavor by
coltununimiting the fact to the undersigned, the legally
constituted Committee of said innatio., •
J met P. Peels stout: and about six' feet high, haw '
dark-hair and light- eyes, two aluirt fingers on right
hand and the fore anger slit in the tirst'Jaint. Ills age
is about twenty-two yours. -At the time, hi, left he were
a dark suit of clothes and a dat k felt hat. -
Address •• • - JOIIN li. COBHAM",
June 3. • : : Pleasant trail. Franklin Co., Pa.
.111.6QtrARTEILI, XiIIAVOST dfAßxeei
, VAR DIBRExCL PP.ZiIiaItLVAITIA, '
Chamberslmrst, June lit ) 18V..4
ratentiOtt. 01 the publ'ia: - is,called 'o
the subjoined circular from the Proist Marshal-
General of the United States.
- - _
, GEO. EysTgru --
Prevost liarshal,l6th District:Penna.':
DIEM:MAE NO. 7 Prthvost INDittsuti,tiaantist's "
Ytory Waishingtoh, D. 0., Ilia). t2d, -
mensvhe 'desire to Juin any porticidarllegintent;,
of Cavalry now In the Bold, are hereby authorized to •
present thetuselves at any time during ilia-, next thirty
days, to the Board of 'Enrollment. in their respertiva '
Districts. Thelloard - shall examine them, and 'deter.:
mums upon - their fitness for the service, andif found' to
be St, the' Provost- Marshal of the District shill OA
'than transportation tickets to the general rendrtve'ml
at the head-quartcrs'el 'the A.- A.:Provost Marsha Wed ,
oral of the btate. As Soon as they present tbenteelvee St
this - general rendezvous:- they sliall he duly Mustered by -
a mastering onil dislotriing elliter,and - paidl_by histithe
bounty allowed by law. 4.talult D. ' '
.June 33t • ' provost Marshal General— - •
~ 835.824 63
. 171,525 65
NOTX.—The severalvaperwor the pfstrictwill p h
insert tha . nbove for tliree weeks aratactid bill to tha Ytu~
roar Manama at Chamlierabarg.
LISALIQUARTZII.B, PROVOST MAILTMAL,-
DLITILIOT Pe..7.lllgtW.ilA. •
Clmbernbarg;Juite 114,1864. '
rFIE 4ttention of All Uflicerawho., have
been hcrnotably dieeharged on acc4tut of
thddbillty, is calledto- the following elitlidlar. —.
- GEO. ,
Proyost. Marshal Ift/olstriet, Penwrylrynia.
CIRCULAR No. B.—WAa DEPARTMENT, P:ovewt Mar
shdi4letiond's Office, Washinatimetty- May ,
The attention of all °liken. who have heen hontitiLly
discharge-41,cm account of wounds end disability,, ands
who desire tere-vntor the service In the Invalid Cope:
is collect to the previsions of fb moral Orders.' No.lo. at
1863, tram the 'Sitar Department4tilillslied in tbi,,ponera,
throughout the country. Snob camas are requesthd to
cottmlypreniptly wiiit the provisions of that order. and•
to send their vvritteu appliuttion as therein provided,
for positions in the Invalid Corps:(statiug the character
of their disability). With as little delay as possibleto the
Acting Asi.Btatt 1r441'05t Marshal-General of the fillet
in winch , they May - - Such - As.tteg Assistant Provost
lilitrshakieneral willat otiCe forward the- anplicationt.
with his his endorsement, to the Provost Marshml-cien.'
°Moen's' P.a. the Invalid Corps will be appointed hatter
Motel,' upon furnishingthe papere'required Mistral
Otd r, No. 105.0 f 1863„ from War -Department. Their,
pay abd • entohnitents will commence trona data if ac
cuptenre of such eppointments, and not from date of or
ganization of the respect i Ire coMmands to which they may
be designed. - JAM_ES_D, PRY-,
Jahr Provost Manthal•General.
Norr..;.-The several papers in the District Will please
insert the above Air three weeks and mendbill Po the
Provost Marshal at hauthersburg.
Linanonsiraus, PHOTOS? MAILSHAI; - ,
• Claambersburg, June Ist, 180. '
firflg i llffiees of the Provost liarehitt aut
• tatard,of Nirollment for the .ebare idetrlA, have
been estaldialred in.thellasonie Halt on •Fetand street,
adjohlingtheMethodist Church and town Hnli, and op
posite Brand's gotel. - GEO. ErYSTEII.
4nrie'd-3t . Procoet Idarshel.,l,6t4lDlstaict i Ps. • •
TATS, CAPS - , STRAW ()CODS. Tow now prepared to Amish tay
towers with nil the new etylesni Rate, Cape and Straw
Goods, which 1 will sell low.. d. L.D.E.OPART.
' - . 4 doorsElonth of. tystar Mk&
MEW STOCI of STRAW GOODS
AtolapxiceB. - - Dzorooms,-
OFT . ,HATS of all , colors, : styles,,
and 4nalities,frim filly : etzta up;call and get 'bit -
'pins at . \ - DEepliltVai..
dune 17,'63 " - ' • • ' ,
seesicus. ninety a. °rosin.
ArOItURFI. & STONER,
EDITORS' AND Pf/BLISHAILS,
TER - FRANKLIN. REPORITORY is published -
every Wedneedoy morning, on a largo quarteFsheet.
containing ROBNY-EIGHT COLUUNS.printed of t -
fine paper and naw:elear type. Terms: TWO DOL
LARS Per annum.J.N. ADVANCE, TWO 'DOD.
DABS AiND.FINTE. DENTS. if: wet eta wall tior
- eltalmistots of the OosPel, inFrai i ldin
'are furnished with the RaPonlTOU'r at per:annul:
tar. Subscribers, residing out of the %IA ''Oser
pay atria alySis armee, mad the paper willinall coal ,
be discontutnednt ,tbe expiration of the 4ittie*e
which it humid. • •
ADVERTISEMENTS inserted at 50. ceisit.St
'Scut:roof eight lints lor au° insertion. and.3s
per square for eacb , srsbsequent insertion. AEI*"
tions of a square *recounted as a full sqUan 9 *_____
Advertisements inserted by the quarter. bul —l, Yow.i:
or_year. at a remosableredatliorG -
Spend notices:, inserted. before MarriSrl
Peaths_,_ars charged double regular rates,'
NO CUTS, or bolsi., diVakYbstter. inserted,*
1116- N°" 33 of *wagon:ma Deaths, hot, exql)*'
ing five linen, are inserted without theme:, •
All communications, of Malted or iudivldied '-
Interest, arecharred ten cents per line.
AP' JOB PRIMO/51.6f arta kind. tkn e inVulan
end fisney.colors. at the shortest , notice, and atom ,
O MitRCIIANTS,T,b,O ~ way to
seam pp table cunam 4e t?anuttusi iR tho ,
nKLiN SJIMTIMY. ,
flats =anti Cap.