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' Her the tranklinitepositery..
COfiliTY N0.11.1N4.T10 1 51 3 . - ,
*e are Pleased to learn that th“.6m-ta.n
.nicAtion , con tig ue d, in the_last issue of the
PIitASICLIN RE.1 , 04T0111", signed. " Patriot•
istri,'-t• has met with "a fatorable reception.
..It is highly important that our Couray tick
- , efitiCadd be composed of men whom no,: one
Can doubt. Our candidates should have but
One idea, viz: th 4 .prosecution of the war
utrimet vigor :fidtil this anholy
• hellion is completely crushed. This much is
due to the lOyal citizetwof Franklin county.
-On the other hand, the citizens owe a =duty
to those brave men who have risked their
Hvei and sacrificed their health in defence of
their cauntry. - This duty .(Pairiotism". fair-;
iy recoil - died when he recommended Col. J.
G. Elder, Capt. J. H. Reed, Harry Strick)er,
and Lieut. Josiah W.Fletcher as candidates
for the (Tikes of County Treasurer;.Prothon
otnry, RegiAer and Recorder and Clerk of
the Courts. These gallant men- haVe all
""been wounded in service, and more or less
incapacitated for labor. The first three have
already announced themselves as candidates
for nomination, which they will without
- doubt receive; and wejenow-it is the wish
of many that Lieut. Josiah W. Fletcher
should be nominated for the office of Clerk
of the Courts. We hope he will adopt the
suggestion of his friends and "announce . him
self at once as a candidate for that office.
Around - a ticket composed of. those above
Mentioned the loyal citizens of Franklin
county would rally unanimously, would do
themselves honor, and their candidates an
net of 'simple justice in their, triumphant
For tho Franklin Ropository.
The time is near at hand •when the uncon'-
ditional Union men of our county will meet
in Convention to -select a candidate to,repre
`,'sent them in'the: State Legislature. In the
present crisis of the couptry it is necessary
that men of the highest mental and moral
qualifications should be chosen. There are
many citizens who believe that Col. F. S.
STtrlstiletrou -possesse,s4 an - eminent degree
the character peculiarly requisite, in these
tmes, in .a•legislatot: . The ability and hoo-
%V of the Colonel in civil life are well known
' throughout the county, and he has abundantly
proved his devotion to, his country in-Oie
present war. All know how he behaved and
how'nobly he sustained the honor of our,
State and county at Pittsburg Landing, and
Arw ably he 'conducted the command of his
btigade during a large portion of his teitn of
+vice. It is well known, too, that should
our enemies make an electioneering campaign
, Colonel would be as brilliant
tv campaigner as he was on the field of death
dealing war. , UlitoN SorDIEs:
For the FrataAin Repositor)
The unconditional liert of Franklin
'county will soon meet in Convention to nom
inate a ticket. 116:name - Of Col. James G.
,Elder, of St. Thomas, has already been sug-
-gested.for County Treasurer, and would
ask the use of your columns to earntly in-
gist upon, his nomination. Hii qualifications
• for the position are universally conceded,
but, as your readers are aware there'are other
considerations aside from mere official fitness
which make his nomination desirable. Col,
Elder has served his country, as well the
:wound from.'which • he suffers bears witness.
And it is to requite in some small measure
the disability thus acquired that makes the
Union-loving-people of, the county extremely
anxious for this opportunity to testify their
affection and gittitade to the Colonel for his
serviees on the heights of Fredericksburg.
- - WAsHINGTON-,-M:mNaurr:
BELS ATTACK JAMES ISLAND
They are Repulsed - with
Fearful , slaughter. , ,
UNION ASSAULT ON FORT WAGNER
DESPERATE ffANO TO RANA PIGHTIK.
GENERALS TROWG AND SF.Y-
131 OUR 'WOUNDED.
OPR FOR RETIRE TO THEIR OLD
Admiral Da!Omen's Iron-Clads
in the right: -
SPIEN1111) OROISM OF - THE UNIA TROOPS,
ACCOUNTS or TIFIE ASSAIULT.
Beatusegardls Despatell6 to
- - Jell: Davis.
NEw - Yeax, July 26.—The steamer Ara
:go from Charleston bar at 6 o'clock on the
afternoon of the 28d, arrived here to-day.
Among. her passengers are General's Strong
and Seymour, wounded, Colonel Jackson
and Lieut. Colonel Rodman, wounded and
others. , • .._
INTERESTING PARTICULARS TIRE ATTAcr...e
On,the,l9th the Rebels attempted to drive
Our forces from. Jame Island. The attack
was sudden and unexpected, but Gen. Terry
met and'repulsed them with . great slaughter.
• The gunboat Pawnee, which supported the
left ; flank,-grounded, and a Rebel battery
opened upon her, firing about fifty shots,•
thirty-nine of which hit her. She subse
quently floated off and opened - upon the Reb
els, putting them to flight.
Our casualties were small, and the Rebels
sera -taught a lesson which they will not
The bombardment of Port Wagner was
renewed on the morning of the 22d, the iron
clads co-operating with thearmy.
' , During the day Fort Wagner was silenced
for some time, and her. colors shot away.
The neV - Union batteries were opened upon
the Rebels, doing great execution.
• A charge was made upon Fort . Wageer,
and °Ur troops, after a desperate struggle,
were obliged to fall back, which they did in
excellent order, and held their old positions.
"The loss on ourside.Was quite severe;, but
ouru total loss inkilled; wounded and miss=
ing'Since the 10th, has Only been about - 1000:
The Forty-eigth New York Regiment lost
about 25U men, and only three of its officers
escaped unharnied. . „
The Catskill was struckaiaver fifty,titnes.
but is all right. She went to Hilton Head,
for supplies and:coal. -
8,E13.ML ACCOUNTS tab' VIE P!GBT
CHARLESTON, July, 18.--The Ironsides,
five Monitors, five,rrun Mid mortar-boats, as
sisted by two lane batteries, mounting five
guns, fire . .,el furiously at Fort Wagner. One
of .our g carriages was dismounted.
CHARLESTON, July 19,--After n furious
bombardment of eleven. hours the enemy as- .
sailed battery Wagner desperately and repeat
edly.. Our people fought desperately and
repulsed the attach with great slaughter. Our
loss was relatively light, but' includes many
valuable officers r.
Brio% Gen. TalWar° commanded on our
G. T. BFAURF.G.A.P.D.
CHAALESTON, July 22,—The Richmond
Whig says ;—The enemy commenced shelling
again yesterday, with but few casualties.—
We had in the battle of the 18th inst., about
150 killed and wounded. The enemv's loss
including prisoners, was about 2,000. 'Nearly
SW were buried under flag of truce. Col.
Putnam, acting Brigadier, and Col. Sliniv,
commanding the negro regiment, were killed.
CHARLESTON, July 19.—At dark the ene
my, numbering 10 regiments, made a deter-
Mined assault on our works. After a despe
-rate assault, Instiner. until 11 o'clock p.. m.,
they were repulsed with heavy loss. .
Our loss is about 100 killed and wounded.
The enemy's is estimated at 1,500... •
We captured over 209 prisoners, including
some black troops engaged in the assault.
All quiet to-day ; burying the dead.
CAPTURE OF MORGAN - AND HIS BARD.
Unconditional Sander to General Shackelford.
CAPTURE OF 200 Di BATTLE.
Snbsequent Surrender of Six Hundred.
HOSTAGES FOR COLONEL STREIGHT'S OFFICERS.
• • 013.1CliN.A.TI, July 26, 1863.
The following has been received at head
Heedguarters, in. the Field,
Three miles; South of New Lisbon, 0.
July 26, 1863.
To Cot. Lewis Richmond, A. A. G. :
By the blessing - of Almighty God; I have
succeeded in capturing General John H.
Mo - gam Col. Cluke, and the remainder of
the onareand, amounting to about 400 pris
oneis. / will start with Morgan and staff on
the first train for Cincinnati, and await the
General's order for transportation for the re
mainder. J. M. SaAes.i.EFortD, Col.-Com.
CLENT A LAND, o.„July 26, 1863.
Major Way, :with 250 of the 9th Michi
gan Cavalry, forced Morgan'to engage
meat at 3 o'clock Sunday morning, a mile
from: Salinville; Ohio, and roui:ed him, cap
turine.'24o prisoners. Morgan; and 300, es , .
Caped,• but were all captured 13_,y.Shackelford,
at 3 P. )I.' Sunday, nearlgew Lisbon.
Morgan and his staff are now prisoners at
On the ISth Wit., a f:the. Butted Brethren
Parson e, by: the -Rev. J. Dickson, Mr.
ITProN M.OORE to - Miss AMANDA. REA,
both of this Place..
Prevention of „Incrustation in Steam Boil
eri.—WDZANS' ANTHNCReSTATION POWDER 4E•
MOVES AND PREVENTS THE DEPOSIT OF SCALE,
AND WITIIOUT INJURY TO TR E IRON SzczN Yekus
References In all parts, of the country, ViE: Albany
Gas Co.; Eaton, Gilbert & Co., and others, Troy; Syra
cuse; Rochester, Auburn, &c., .404 John Gibson &
Phelps, Charles Ensign, John IL Evans & Co., Jewett
Root, and others, euffolo: Cleveland, Columbus, Ranel.:
vifie. Le, 4c.; Goo. Shield. Miles Greenwood, Mitchell &
Rammelsburg, and 40 others In Cincinnati; and through
out the West; Indianopolis, Dayton,.Terre Haute, Lo-
gansport, Chicago. Springfield, St-Louts, St. Paul, &c.,
4c., 4c. Cost about 40 to 60 cents per week. For ciren-
P.O. Box No. 0
Editor of Repository—Dea - Sir : With
your permission I . wish ,to any to the readers of your
paper that I will send 'by return mail to all who wish
it. (free) n Recipe,, with full directions for making and
using a simple Vegetable Balm, that will effectually re
move, in iq mtnutes, Pimples, Blotches, Tan, Freckles,
and all IMpttritfee - of the Skin, leaving the same soft,
clear, 6 trui.th and beautiful.
I will also mail free to those lumina. Bald Beads or
Bare Paces. simple directions and information that will
enable them to start a full growth of Lhzuriant Hair;
Whiskersk or a Mereitsche, inks, than BO days All ap-
plications answered by return mail without charge.
- Respectfully yours,
, , 21108. P.CHAPMAN,
The Confessions and - Experience of an In
ratide—Pahnshed for the benefit, and da a warning and
A CAUTION 'TO YOUNG MEN
who suffer from Nervous liability, Premature Decay or
Manhood, etc, supplying at the same time
THE' MEANS OF SELF CURE,
By ono who has lured himself aftetheiug put to a great
expense and injury through medical humbug and
By enclosing 4 post•paht , addressed envelope, single
copies may be had of the anther. =
Bedford, Hinge county, N.Y.
REPORT; OF TEE MARKETS
m - ars 1 1: 1 -miz 3§1z,0,5.
CEIA3iIIZILSTRURG, July 28, 1803.
10 Won]) Woot. 50
/L 0 MOVLSHED WOOL 33'
. .... .i........ ~ :8 CLOVER SEED. 41210 I
8 TIMOTHY SEED 2 00 . 1
4106 Air Bum 200 '
~..... ' 12 PARED Paltoggs ...... ... 3 00
........ i Usp.mm PEACHES 150
150 Darert APPLES... " 100
CORIIECTD Al' CITAMBEIMIURG 'MILLS
Flour—White .. ..
.PO TO MARKET.
&forcer, New SO
H. N, WINANS,
11 WAit ST., NEW YoI
N 0.831 Broadway, New York
the Ain't -tin , ftepasitom'j, =tlAntbergbtwg,
EXPEDIIIOPi TO WYTHEVILLE,
WAstimoTo,,,,N July 25,; 1863.
-- The following has just Teen received at the
headquarters of the army 4
Scammon; , -
CE.AnixsTowli, July 24, 18t18: 4
Gen... Kelly: , Col. Toland, with the- 2d
Virginfa Cavalry and the 84th Ohio Mount
ed infantry, cut the railroad at Wytheville,
and destroyed two pieces of . a:rtillery, 700
muskets, and a large amount of ammunition
and.stores, and had a shatp,fight in Wythe
ville. , Captured 125 prisoners, who were pa
roled; killed 25; wounded not known.
Our loss is 78 killed, wounded and ; miss
ing-, Seventeen were. killed, including Col.
Toland and Capt. Delaney. Col. Powell is
very dangerously wounded, and is a prisoner.
We were fired on, from houses, public - and
private, by the citizens; even by the women.
My men totally destroyed the 'town, and
reached Fayette, yesterday,. rafter 'a march of
about 800 miles.
E. P. ScimaioN.. Brigadier. Gmeral.
Lot:its Napoleon 'and Mexico-41e De•
Glares that Country an Empire—llloaci•
million, of Austria, to be Offered the
NEW Yew:, July 27.—The steamer Rea
nolte,-with Havana Oates to the 22d inst„
An arrival from Vera Cruz, on the I.Bth;
at Havana, states, that Mexico was 'declared
an,Enapire, on the 10th inst. Maximillian,
of Austria, is to be proclaided Emperor, if
ho will accept; if not, Napoleon• is to select
one. A salute was fired at Vera Critz in
honor of the event.
:Beath of the lion. John 3. Crittenden.
FRANKFORT, Ky., Idly 24.—The
John J. Crittenden died at al o'clock this
morning, without pain or struggle, iri the
full possession of his faculties. Disease, gen
eral debility ; age, 77 years.
,PIIILADELPHIA, July 26.--Jav Cooke, the
snbscription agent, reports the sale of
51,85U,Q00 five-twenty bonds ut the various
agencies on Saturday. Deliveries of bonds
are being made up to July 6.
',Philadelphia Markets. '
PH4LADELPIII4, JULY 27, 1863.
FLouß—Sales comprise about 800 bbls
Ohio extra family at $606.25 per bbl. The
retailers and bakers are buying in a small
way at $5•50®5.75 for superfine; - $6®6.111-
for extra ; $6®,7 for extra family, and $7.55
®8 'l4 bbl for fancy brands as to quality.
Itve Ploqr—about 450 bbls sold at $4.50 per
Corn Meal is scarce, at $4 for Penna.
!GRAIN—About 8.000 bus. Wheat sold at
180®136e for fair to prime red, closing at
133e.13 bus. afloat. Pfrye _is scarce at 103®
105 e for Pennsylvania. White wheat rang
es; at from 1370-240e'" bus. Corn—about
4;000 bus. sold at 80e for yellow. and 75®
Tic for Western - mixed. Oats--3,000 bus.
sad at 75®76e, for weight.
- ISTRAY,;:---Carne to the residence
LA of the subscriber. near Fayetteville, about the 2d
of July, a large 1311INDLE COW and CALF. 'the. Cow
is supposed to be about nine years old. The owner can
have the same by - fully identifying and paying charges.
r Z•at. JAMES CRAMMED.
yBALED HA li-::Plfty Tone good Timothy Hay
14 Wes of 3.00 lbs, to 30012a5. each. for which I will pay
Aiglifeen &Ware per Ton Q 12,000 li t at the Quarter
master's Watehouse,'Chambersbarg, Pa.
Capt.. and A. Q. 31..1U. S. V,
Jul) , 28,'83
STRAY.—Came to the residence
_U,4 of iho subscriber, 2 miles south of Oliambersburg.
bete een'the Waynesboro . and Greencastle road. 6 head
of Sheep and 4 Imaubs,oll of which are tuarkedwith the
Netter N. The caviler ern have sheep by fully felentely
log the same and Pir:ying charges.
July '.3 St. VONDEROW. '
TWELVE TEACHERS WAN TED.
—The Donrd of School Directors, of Letterkenny
township will meet on Saturday, the Bth day of Augur!,
1,863, fur the purpose of employing one Female and
oleven Male Teachers, to take charge of,the Public
Schools of avid township fur thb ensuing session of six
months. By order of the Board, _
July 29, ' 'DANIEL GELNVIX, Sec's. •
!N - OTlCE.—Whereas, Letters of
Administration on the Estate of Isaac Strife, late
yf Guilford township, dec'd, hate been granted to the
All persona knowing themselves indebted to saidEe tate
frill Welter, make immediate payment, and those having
Wins present them properly authenticate for settle
unt.JACOß F. HESS, _
! July 29:'63 61. . _
TTNION COUNTY COMMITTEE.
The Union County Committee wilt meet at the
Dame of Eyeter b lionehroko, in: Chdunbersburg, on
Saturday, the lat- day of Ategteet, at "one o'clock on earl
Flay, tore ect a Representative Delegate- to the Union
tate Convention. ano toad/ a Union County Convention
Ito nominate a ticket to be supported by the Union men
f Franklin County. GEO. LASTER, •
'July 29. - Chairman Union Co. Committee!:
1A N ,OWNER WANTED.-A
La_ vor plated Tea Urn and Pitcher taken by Colonel
Mot n [oat of Butirds Cavalry. from a rebel prisoner, and
supposed to have been stolen tram some citizen of Adams,
Cumberland, Franklin or York Cenuty. ii re been left
lin pry hands to be reclaituei by the owner, who can
been tit. same by proving property and paying cost of
advertising. J. 11. IV
July 29-3 t. Wayaonboro'. Pa;
Tjus Institution of Learning. for 'Young Ladle's will be
opened on l'ltradatr, September 3d, 1663. Ilia Presi•
dent will be assisted by an efficient corps df Teachers.
The Course of Instruction will embr cc all the branches
necessary to give young ladles a refitted and thorough
Collegiate education. -
For Circulars and porticular information, Address the
undersigned, Carlisle, Pa. R.l). CHAMBERS,
july 20,'63-10t. President.
Beastquarters, Provost Marshal,
16th District, Pennsylvania,
Chatnbersburg, July 21.1363.
MO ANSWER 'NUMEROUS IN
tit:hies addreised to this office, the following is
published, being Section 1 of Circular 22, issuedfrom the
:wean of the Provost Marshal General, June 12,1863 :
The "designated rendezvous".' at which all persons
drafted into the service of the United States are required
to report, under section 12 of the "Act for enrolling and
callingont the National forces," , shall be the Ifeatiquar.
tens of the Provost Marshal's Dietrictin which they shall
have been drawn"ln the draft. , OSO.EYSTER,
July 29-3 t. - ' Captain and Provost. Marshal.
e e at Cliamberebla
the Post OM.
!ter Jacob /3.
Banger Thomas J 2
Jones) B -
Jones , R V, •
Jones Ltent 0
Kohn Btu! '• '
Keifer d P
Crider Anna E
Cook Mrs , ,
Diem William 2
Emery 'Samuel 11
Glaze litrs Mary
GOMM Anna If
tarkhove T B .
Landis Jacob B
Lennie D vld . ,
Lowis Warren -
leY A Jackson
McGinley Mrs N
or the above Let
nemptill H C
that they have
KEROSEXE.. • '
--- - •
wliotecsalo and retaiIOROCEE, on the- Dthmond, Chant
burg, Pa., line iron appointed Agent for Franklin county
of one of the beetS Enos OIL COMPANIES in the
State, and will don OIL, wiroz,Es4At AND RETAIL
as low any Rouse in Pittetiorg or Philadelphia Look
to your intem.t and bny:Ydur OIL Where you get It the
Cheapest. end whereit is always warranted to he the
very first quality, ' _
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111CPTIBLI:0' SALE.-The subscriber,
=residing, la Green township, one. mile East of Poi
merino. on the Baltimore turnpikei will sell. by Public
Outcry, on the premises, on, Tuesday, the 11th day of
August, 1863, thefollowlng Personal Property, viz; •
One good MOOD MARE and 001 T ;1 yearling Colt;
6 head of Horned Cattle, 3 of which are good Mitch
Cows—one having a Calf nt ter soda; 6 head of Hoge,
two of which are.good Brad Sows with Pigs. Also. 1
falling-top I3uggy,with Pel6 and shafts;- 1 set of double
Harness: one Ortrad-Vond PLANTATION WAGON, and
Bed ; 1 pair of Hay Ladders:l three-horse Plow :1 two
hors,. Plow ; 2 Shovel Plows ; 1 Corn Coverer ; 2 Bar
rows; i Grain Bun; I' Cutting Box; 1 Grindstone,
Also—Three seta of HORSE -GEARS ; 1 Wagon Badill
5 Collars and Bridles ;•2 Horse-Halters;2'Graiu Cradles;
Shovels, Pori:timid. Rakes ; Double and 13ingletrees ; 1
Lag Mufti and many articieSnot necessary to enumerate
As the subscriber intends, td relinquish Farming,
the above Property will be , Sold without reserve. Sale
to commence nt 16 o'clock, when attendance and a reas
onable credit will be given. JOHN t 3 .BIGIIAM.
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July 00 Beekman St.. New York.
NEW HARDWARE STORE. '
- L. U. EYSTER
would respectfully infutin hie friends, and the public
generally, that incoientixtion with hl
• HEROSEND OIL AND LAMP STORE, ,
he has commenced- the` HARDWARE business. at his
new Store room, one door north of W. iluber's Grocery.
I lis stuck consists in the following articles, viz : '
Building Hardware, - '
e House Furnishing Goods;
Table and Pocket Cutlery,
Mechanics' Tools, , ..
Nails by the small or keg,
Farming Utensils, such as -
.'. 'Shoves, '
- : Spades.-
.. , •'' - -," Yorks,. _ •
• ' potato Lifters,
- . Scythes,
Also, 011ie& Paints, Berisele,
Linseed, Kerosene. and LnbrleaOng Oils, -
Lamps of all diseriptions, ,
- Chand• liens for Oap and Kerosene. „
PrnitJars, best quality, &c., Sce
ZZ- Agent for Sale of EVANS WATSON'S Fire .
Proof Safes , UnlY-2M6S-tf.
PEOPLE- OF' FRANKLIN COUNTY,
MAKE AND SAVE MONEY.
• - Wltolesate aid Rtail
DEALER IN .
has just returned from the'Etiiitiina opened the folMw
log list of FRESII 3.I.6IIOIIANDISE, which heproposee
CHEAPER THAN 'THE CPEEPEST:..j ,
100 Barrels Brown Sngari ;
40 - White ,4
00 a • Syrups and Molasses..
3000155. choice lams.
dOOO " Sides and Shoulders.
400 Bags G. A. Salt;
GO Bags•Mhton Fine-Salt;
1000 Sacks Table or Dairypalt ,
50 Boxes Prime Cheese; . - •
25 gross Essence Coffee ; •
1.500 The. Excelsior Coffee.
00 bids. No.l, 2 and 3, Mackerel.
100 boxes Scotch Herring. % ' '
50 doz. Twine and lied Cords:
100 Dozens Corn Brooms ; 1
75 Dozens Aesortiid Brmilies;-
50,000 Sega. re at Manufacturers' Prices; ,
100 kegs of ,ails.
50 dozen Currg-C . ombs and Horse Cards.-, - • - •
100 gross Matches at factory prices;
200 doz Mason's iliac Blacking 'at,factory prices;
GOO doz. packed Smoking Tobacco.
25 gross Stove Polish. .•
25 gross Indigo it boxes.
JOU lbs. Indigo in lump. ` •
100 doz. Pint and half pint Flasks It:Factory prices.
25 " Wine Bottles.
100 " Fancy Soaps.
• • ' ••-• "-'CRACKERS,
by the barrel, .
PAINTED BUCIL - ETS;by the_ do-SOn," , _ . -
GROUND aid' lINGROUND :DICES, at wholesale
prices also, "
. NOTIONS, &c, &c.,
in great variety.
TOBACCO OF ALL KINDS, -
from 5 lbs. to a box, st City prices, together with linty-
Area ox articles not owned, au of - vb . [di will ba politely
shown to customers, and it not satisse4 after ev.mina
tion, that " - '
HIS srocir IS THE.ZARGEsT IP ZEIN TOWN
AND. HIS FAMES 2111: -. -
ho will not - expect topsolie , ales. '
I am determined to sellgoodi very cheap and thereby
sell the more of them - . , - -
Rankin Miss Reba
Reed James or
iiwaringenlll 1) -.
Smith - Samuel G
Smith - Francis F
Smiley Robert 11
Thomas Miss Eliza
Vnoglnten 0 W
The epecial attention of conntrY merchantejs invited
to this atoc); of merchandise, as I can and will sell geode
as low as any house hs the cityo.
Wilson Thomas -
Walton Geo P
Wolf Uannab. J
•rs will please say
W. DEAL, P. M.
On all articles I can'do navel', ant on many starlet
better, than I; aingle barrel, box, pa4ltogo or dozen
could bit bought bar In the city.
July 241, 1 4134. WILLIAM OKLWICIIiL
wbo have lost money by the _
and to all othesa'who'deairelo
WIIOLESAGE AND RETAIL,
,; 1 „;-,:if - ,*, 21,1)brOisett.ratoi:.r:
NU.,yA:NTED..—A good ROOM 'ivith
ou r h w e l l or s . ingle gentlemaa t :i
Itch Dielnct * Pennsykania,'
• ;. • • Ohimbers,burg, - 1n1y,.23, 1853. ) -
THE FOLLOWING CIROTTLARS,
trom.thd Ea - rem:of the Provost Xarshid General
(kpAblishedfor the Information ot.all concerned.
- GEO. ETZT,EIt,
- Captain andTroTost Marabia:
• _ '444
~War,De;mpartment, • , ,
. ;.Prireiise Marshal- General's Office, ' ,
Washington; D. C., July 12, 1803. ,
- To answer inquiries made to this office, it is, atmounc:
Ist. Any drafted person payings3oo; under 'section 13
of the Enrollment Act, is thereby exempt from further
liability under that draft, but not from any siabsiquent
2d. Any drafted person furnishing an acceptable sub: ,
etitnte is exempt thim military service (Or the period for
which' said substitute is mustered into the service.
3d. A Substitute, once mustered into the service; cale.
not be drafted while in service., •
4th.-A-drafted man cahoot :pay - commutation moneY
or present a substitute, after he hear reported - himself
to theßoard of Enrollment for examination.
sth. Men who, on the 3d of March 1863, were In the
military service of the United States, as nn•
the 4,,frattof 1882, and whose terms of service have since
expired, ere not liable to the present draft ; but the per.
sons for whom they were substitutes are liable .for draft
the same as though they had not been drafted and fur:
lashed substitutes udder the draft_ of last year.- .
6th. In serving the noticeas required by Circular No.
42, from this office, a reasonable time to report shall, in
each case; be granted by the Board of ,Enrollment to
men in State service who'have been or may be drafted.;
TAMES B. REX,
Section 4 of the above eiriular is modified by Circular
51; which isas follows : • - - ,
[CIRCULAR, 210. 51.] -
Provost dharshal General's -Office,
- ' Vi'ashingtott, D. C., J tag 18,1883.
' The 4th paragraph of Circular N 0.44, issued from this
office July 12,1863, is hereby modified so as to corres
pond with the following opinion of the Hon Wlllleazy
Whiting. Solicitor of ,the War Department, -which '6lll
hereafter govern in all ensile in It Is' applicable:
-- OPINION. -
" A person drafted Into the military service of the
United Suttee', under the provisions of the act of March
3,1863, chapter 75 Mr ',enrolling and calling Ott the
national fin ces and fur other purposes.' claiming Hemp ;
Lien from draft by reason of any disability submitted
and passed uponby the Board of Enrollment, whose de.'
cubit thereon is final. If the Board shall have decided
that the claimant is liable to serve, he has. the right,
after, each declihm against him, to pay , hie aimmutatiOn
money, or to furnish his substitute, within such extend•
ed time as may be fixed' by the order of the Board of
Enrolment for his appearance for duty.
(Signed) WILLIAM WHITING,,
Solicitor of the War Depot traent,"
JAMES It PBX,
Proiost Marshal General,
ritCritaCVZAR , NO._ 47.] • ' • •
t - tear Department,
_Provost Marshal, Genera Ds, Office,
-• ; t
Washingtorr,D. C., July 17, ISM.
- I. Drafted men become soldiers in the service of the
United States by thelitet - of their names having been
drawn ID th a draft.- The notification, served uptmlbonn
by the Provost Marshal, le merely an announcement of
the fact, and an order for them to report for duty, at • a
designated time and plate. - -
The folloWing opinion of the Bon. William Whit.
log, Solicitor of the War 'Department, is published . for
the information of unconcerned:
" When a person has been drafted, inpursrutnce cf the
Enrolment act of - March 3, '1863,
notice of each draft
be served on him persorufily, or by fearing a copy at hit
bast place of residence, requiring him to appear at. ze
designated rendezvous to report tor duty. Any person
failing to report for duty after. notice. LEFT AT 1118
LAST PLACE OF. RESIDENCE, or served on him per,
sone) ly, wit bout, fu raishln g a substitute or paying $ 30 9.-
is pronounced by law to be a deserter;-he- may. be ar
rested and held for trial by court-martial,. and SEN..
,TE.NCED TO. DEATH. .
"If a person'after being drafted, and before receiving
notice, deserte,thenotice may still be served by leaving
it at his last place of residence, and if-het does not ap
pear in acordauce with the notice, or- furnish the snb
l3titute or pay the $3OO , be will be in lawn deserter and
Lust. be treated accordingly., There is no way.or man
uW In which a person, once carol ed,' can escape . his
public duties, and when drafted, whether present oretb
pall, whether he changes his residence or absconds, the
sights et the United States against him aresecured, and
It is only by performace of 'his duty to the conntry, that
he will escape liability to be treated as a criminal, •
(Signed) 1 . WILLIAM WHITING, -
- , Solicitor of the War Department." 6 . '
- i - i JAMES
- jelly 29;933.4t. , Provost Handed GeneraL" -
eaz e frEitate *des.
CIIANQE TO MAKE MONEY !
The undersigned offer at Private Sale, on comm.'
u,ouating terms, an that valuable TRACT OF LAND situ-'
ated in St. Thcanas township, Franklin County, - sea.. 3
tulles North-west of themillagi of St. Thomas, bounded,
by lands of P. Wilson's Heirs, • Wm. Presser, Barr. and
:others, containing ,
—22 . 9 A , C-R ES:
Aboutl.oo Acres of this-Tract are chaired. and in a fine
state ofenltivation, the whole of which has been- thor-'
oughly limed within the last few years; the. balance la
heavily set with thriving Timber. There is a fine Lime,
stone Quarry. on-the premises from which a superior
quality of Lime Is made. The improvements centrist -of
a good, two-storied Log-and Frame DWELLING HOUSE,
A FINE BANK DARN, erected last summer: a Water-
PoWui SAW iflLL,atid a STAVE and same Ix MILL,
driven by a small Stem Engine, and other, necessary
, and convenient buildings..
The above Propeity offers groat Inducements to, pur
-ehasers Of Real Estate. , It Is located in a finely Timbered
region, and as. the demand for Lumber, Staves, Shingles,.
Ac.,lt and will continue On the increase, .an energetic
business man could not fall to make Money out of -the
many advantages it possesses.,. Perscins desiring to in
vest in a valuable Property are invited to view this.
Salisbury Shearman, residing thereoe, will give any in
formation that may be desired. Possession can be had
at anytime. „
1.2., , GAltyka A.SHEASSfAN.
- 13R1. 7E SALE; OF. TANNERY
Agl:1All • AYETTIIVILLE,--The undersigned will
sea at Prise Sale, the follocring described REAL -ES
30 ACRES' OF LAND.
All tinder good fence atid tillable, with a good Brick Dwell
ing, a never failing well of good water near the door, A
good Barn and Thrashing Floor, a line - Orchard bearing
the best fruit. Also • ' •
of 321arge Vali, 6 Large Leaches With limes and pools
Bark Mill, Roller, Pump and Falling Stocks, all in excel.
lent order, tho whole operating by WATER POWER.
AlsO a good Barkshed; all' unsurpassed in convenience
and labor saving. , -
The above proprty will be shown to any person on ap
plicatien to-Jacob B. took of Fayetteville, or John, B.
Cook of Chambersbnrg. Terms will be reasonable.
June 17,'ES-tf - PETER COOK,'
TAESIRABLE TOWN PROPER,
TY FOR SALB.—The inidersiMsed will Sell at Pri
vare%Side, a LOT OF GROUND, situate on Fest Queen St.,
Chturibersbusg, adjoining the residence of P. Hammon,
Esq., having thereon erected a two.etory JIRICK DWELT,
LNG 1101184, with a tivcsetory Brick Back Building at
tarched, a Frame. Stable, and other necessary out-build
ings. There, is also a Well otexcellent -Water and a Cis
tern on the premises.
&dr Persons wishing to view the Premises and learn
the terms, can do so by calling on X. U. Kennedy, Esq.,
Chambersburgor the subscriber; residing in &limns
burg. , - • • -
Ate Possession given - on the Ist of April next, when a
good title will be made by SAMUEL KIMMEL
June 3-3 m
46ttageb Ault - *idea.
$lO REWARD I—Strayed or Sto
len from the premise's of !dr. Etter, In Green
Township, about four mllea- from Greenvillage, on 'Sun
day morning. the 12th Inst., a LARGE SAYllA.B.poirith
a star on her forehead, four black feet, raid bled Maw
and tail,also a alight scar' on the right ttireehouldef.
She left a sucking colt at home. The aboth reward will
bo paid to any one 'who discorwrand return said mare to
-JOHN- C. AU; • • '
July 22-3 t. . Newburg , Cumb'd Co., Pa.
VORTT DOLLARS; REWARD.-'-
Stole% from the pasture field of thesithscriber, on
the Riddle Vann, about a mile and a h a lf N or th o f ca m•
bersbarg, on noladay night, the I.3tis instant, A DARK
ROAN MARE five 7=B Oid;lneditllll size, and has tiro
lumps on the withers. A reward of SO will be paid for
the return of tho mare; id good condition, , _
4 1:1.4f . ' SAMUEL RUNK.
VSTRAY.-L,•Came to the ieshiene&
of the onhsciihar,- 14 mile East of 13,41enw00d,"
near the Turnpike. on the Gth of July, 11 HEAD, OF
SIIOEP, and 1 MUFF COW.. Any pram proelnAtro
portyand paying cnarges can have tbe same; by ay ing
personlly or by letter to S. B. ST •
• 1 01 Y 24t.'63.
otr N.D ---On` 'the Ustriaelad) in
ChsZbersburg, a PURSE cog a tram of
money, which the owner can have by calling at this
Office, identifying property anduasiur i coat of adgertia.
Leg. , jn.l7 2.5•3 t.
.;,,, - ,_ ............. fto,,i
Al OINT RESOLUTI,ON
POSING CERTAIN. AM*NDMSNTS To THE
'Be it remised by ,t7tt Senate and Howe Egg . = mkt.
tivesef ehe Conivusuwatith Rf aistirgiattnia its &Soar
.Assentbiiiesoi, mac themlowing inneenimenbs he preps
sed to the Constitution of the COnunontstnltb, in accord
pee with . the provigh rut of the tenth article thereon ~
• There shrill be - on additional section to the third swtiels
of the Conatitqlew, to be aisignatesl as section- four, as
SECTION 4.,Whonever any-of 01 , 3,qt/tithed electers.ef
this Commonwealth shall be in-any scrod military ser
vice, under a requisition. from the President of the Uni
ted States,.or by the artthority of -this Commonwealth,
such-electors may exercise,.tne right of suffrage - in all
elections by the citizens, under suchregulations es are,
or shall be, prescribed by law- as fully as if they, were
present at their usual place of electicur.•., • •
There shall be two additional , sections,tothis elimentit
ankh:kilt Constitution; to he designated as seotionseight
and nine,as • followes •• • • - • .
, Suasion shall ho _passed_by the Legislature
containing mein than one a abject, which:shall be clearly
expressed in the title; exceptappropriatiortbills.
Swims 9. No bill shall be- pasted. bylire Legislature
granting any Ponta, or privileges, in any case. where
the authority to:smut- such-powers,. or privaleges, hits
been, irr may hereafter be, conferred upon. the Courts of
this Commrnwealtb. • JOHN CIISSNA;
- Sporneer of the /louse of-Representatives.
. _ .
JOHN P. PENNSX,
• , • , .s'peakerAfthe Senate,
• Ovvics Of TIF, SEE'RETAttI: MIKE CO;4IMONWEILLRI4
.11arrisburg;.1444,1883. - ,
Pennsylvania; '84.. t dki hereby certify that the
going and 01111e.U.41 a fall; true and correct
- I. a. }copy of. be original Joint • Itesolutions ce the
general Arse:ably., entitled "A Joint UMW, ion
Proposing certain Ammo neuts_ to- die'COUlitittitiCao its
the same remains on file bath's &See. - • ,
in testimony Flierila.. 1 hate hereunto set ,ray haul,
and canoed the seal ei the Seeretuy's office to be affixed,
the daynrislyeat abort: written . - Ind turya,
31 4. 1 5 , is, 63.14 - fli erAzry of tits --Csananonwealth. •
IartocLAMATIO.N.- 7 -To
ner,theJusticee of the Peace ' and the Constables of
the .Dliferent- Townshipg in,-tin, County et-Franklin,
- nil ye, that-in pursuance of a precept
to me - directed, %under the _hand and final of the Rex.
NILL, President of tne several Courts of Cont
emn Pleas, in the Sixteenth- District, consisting of Ike
counties of Somerset, Restful - 41, Fulton and Franklin, and
by virtue -of Ida office, the Court of Oyer and ,Tenniner
and General Jail I elivery for the trial of capital 'and
other °iterating therein, and in the Geneiralurt of
Quarter SesSione of the Peace, and ' , intrust 'W. PAXTON'
- and -Jima 0. Cantos: Esqs., Judges of the gains conn
ty of Franklin: , You and each of you are hereby roquir.
• . to be and appear in'your proper persons with your
Records, Recognixances, Examinations, and other Re
membrances before 'the Judges aforesaid, at Chinn
bersburg, at a Colin of Oyer and - Terminer and General
Jail Delivery, and General Quarter - Sessions of tho Peace,
therein to be holden for the -County of Franklin afo,e
said, on the &smut ifonclay in'Augurt, being the loth day
qf the month, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of that day,
then and there to no those things, which to your several
emcee appertain.. -
Give nunder my hand at Chamberebnii, thelt.th day
of July; 1863:. ' - SAMUEL BELN'DT,
- july2g-te. - • rherift
Iloards of School Directors, the public and Appli.•
cants tit Sehesilk ire herebv notified that the EXAMS
ATION,OF TEACHERS for Franklin County, for their
respective districts; will behold in Chanibersburg,August
-.3d; Green township, the 4th; Southainpton, the Sth; Let
terkenny;the 7th; Lurgan, the Bth; Fannett, the 10th;
Afetal,11111; Peters, 12th: Warren; 18th; hiercersburg,
14th; Montgomery,lsth; St. Thomas, DUN Greencastle,
18th; Antrim,l9th; Waynesboro', xOth; WashingtonAlet;
QuineY,' 22d; Guilford 24ittoed Hamilton, Ssth. The
examination will open all) o'clock, A. IL, at, the usual
plaeos of the meetings of thelloards, whereptinctual at
tendance of all concerned will be expected.
Private - examinations are not in accordance with the
spirit er theschmA law. - Terichers,therefaro, should hot
expect, nor Directors iequestauchexarninations, as t- ey
will not-be accorded, except in cases. where :a Buticteut
number of qualified Teachers has bet been snared ettoe
public.examinattom iu such cases the retitiost of tho
Board-should bo their legal action at - a prortenneetirg,
and not the requ(sit of members In- their individnalleaß.
*ityr , -d.. AL'tITiIYB2N,
July 15;63.pt County Sap't of Common -
ARDINANCE.—Be it : naoted- ,and
11,5 ordained b,9 the Bargesinnti Tothi Cannot/ of the
ittrroutth of tiutmbersburgi and it is hereby eaaeted and
ordained by the authoritgof the same, That the Twenty-
Yeartli-Pection of the Ale/lord Borough Ordinances b
relation to thehuilding, Making or piachag any Bick,
Heap or Parcel of Orein, - 114,y, Straw, Chatter Fodder, or
other Comb'ustible Material, passed the2sth Jay of July,
1853, and "An Ordinance with. reference bathe keeping
of Straw, Hay, andt3rles within the limits of the borotiglk
,of Ctiambersburg, and regulating the erection of Straw
Steaming litfildinge," passed the Bth day of January, A.
8.,1136.%h0 and the same are hereby repealed.L _.—
Pad.ed_and maalned_ths , taab--‘tay-oraut.lB63.
J. T. BiOSKIBSON. Burgess..
0.14 :Bram, . , D. 11.Taastuat,-
.Z. W.lttars, ' - • T.'S:Banff
Attest: • • - Pre= CaIaGIEDAVN, .Tenon
0.0. Sffratnnta, See'x. July 16.61
IVOTICEi—The---iiridersigtted i with
IA many others, have had their fence destroyed by
the militaryoc motion of this section; and -are unable
to repair theta for some time to , -Their crops are
therefore exposed VS all stock that ha 'permitted to rah
at large. They hereby-give notice to:osdr neighbors,
and especially tatho owners of cows, hogs, an., in town,
'bat to allow their stock. to ran at large, as hi justice to
themselves they mast enforce the laws strictly. They
appeal to all neighbors to respect their' notice.
- -11110114.111 r MIME,
- WU. SKINNER, DANIEL •
S.GREENAVEALT, BAAS. IL BURNETT, -
JOB:KELLES, ALEX.MAKTIN t
DR. E. CliLlitilitTSON, .1081111 A BEAR, -
July W.--BE • - BIIE6T,
;'Notice Is 'hereby given that Letters OtAdmitifs
tractoa on the Estate - of Jacob B. Knisley,deed, have
been g granted to the undersigned ; residing ShipPtme
All persons indebted to the said Estate, arereqnsated
to make immediate payment, and those histring claims
or demands against the Estate of decedent, will make
known the same, without delaytd '
MOTICE - Wtiereas; Letters•of'Admin
istratien on the Estate of George Strinip, rate O.
Peters township, deed, have been granted to -the sub
scriber, residing humid towishipp .
Ali persons indebted to the said 'Estate, irerequested
to make immediat payment, andihose having claims ria
_demands against the: Estate of said decedent, will makfr
them known, without delay, to • • r
' JOHN •THOMPSON, 5
June 3 , 363
AuStATK Or'. - SlllO LI, W. MI PLEY.4
:Notice:ls hereby given that lettersofkdministra.
Lion on the Estate Of Simon Mr,llupley,late otthe Bor.
ough of Greencastle; deed, have been granted to 'the.
undersigned residing In said --':-
_ Ail persons knowing themselves Indebted to -said 'EI
tate are requested to make -immediate payment; and
those having claimir,pretent "them properly authenti,
cated foreettlemeht.. JACOB PENSISGER,
June 30634 E... , .„ Adeer.''
Ex. UDITOR'S tho
% dont t oreommonVicds of frankiii . CountlsPellk
qty.:tali: 'The Auditor appointed by the Court, to malte
distribution of, the maimed in the hands of Martin
Ileintrieriaan, Assignee of John Baughman, to among tido
'ciedittna of said John Baugliman, will meat the partied
interested - for the purposes of his appointmentond
`Wednesciay,lho Mb: day of dtigust ne4, at',lo o'ciod4
A; M., at thoodieb of Stambaugh & StewartAtrthe bot
rough ofebarabersburg F. B. STUILBAUGH,
'July 20,1803:4t. . • - Auditor,
IVOTlCE..,—Whereiik - Titers , of.
Aidnikgstiation on the -gnat° of Giorte 1. In-'
clarion, latoPf QUInCy township, decd, bavebcangrant=
ed to tho subscriber, rosidingin Quincy toltuddii:
Alipersonitndebted to the said Estate, are hereby re%
quested to make immediate payttent,and those haring ,
o Wins or demands against the Estate of eakt 406114
wilt make known : go saute - without doing,l
July 22,-(St.' IiEVI O. REPNEJI, Adner.
NOTlCE.—Whereas - LettOrtf Teter
:taineutary to the Estate of piames.Beattglate
Annie!' decd, have been granted to -
scribers. - -
-Ar personsindeirtedto the said Estata'arif ritanded
to make immediate payment, and those' having - claim*
or demands( against- the Estate cf the said decedent win
make tooth the seine without delay', to . • • -
July 22,' 63.
POTICE."-L'—Whereas, Letters eff.Ad.
Intletatation on the ftstate of Bfaigaxel, Carefitt
te of -Pbatabesebenoleceeeed..have been Vented
abe subeetiber; ,all name' fedebted to the eald iodate. ,
lye requested to make lannediato.psyment, and those
EutTlngclalma or &metls 'against Aka ro.st.., at said
decedent teilltnike/xtrwil On sazge'sitbont delay. ,
Jolls C,ASP.MAN, ,- " -
greekiinemoty,Ps,„,- - Edsts Reams Ztuaz, &AL
Toe Atulltar'appolAted by the Court to audit, settle sad
adjust_tbs account al• &mad lasts, Administrator de
boots non: coo tostasseute anus° or said George Usti,
deed, and pate dtstribation of tbabalatthi in tae bonds
°Mot ecanastainVorill elect the partfeJe liatediated Ise
tbapsmoso able siva/S*4)=4m Yuesday,-tkailth day
, Sj! 41ogult, - 1889, at In o'clock, A. R., at kis Mks, in
Chsocabeasborg, (inly4.3t) JERAXOK,Aitittat.