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No. enrolled hi tintel
1 Elijah Shockty
2 John. Light - t • ;
4 Harman Beak
• • IMER.TowwsrtiP
'A . . - No. arafted; 8.
5 Henn• Knepp
Aaroti Gig' er
8 Wm Trmlldr
58th Stm-Dnyratcr.—LOWEß TURK,EY.EO T
TOWNSHIP. ' ' -
No. enrolled in first elass.-57. No.-drafteit'l .
1 Samuel Minder ' 10 .john Fadelir .
2 James. McNeil 11 Isaiah Millet'
7.4c.bfirialiL Tannehill 12 Frank Cramer '
4 Loris Firestone 13 Samuel Smith' •
' 5 Edwrird Herrick " 14 Jacob H - Moon
6 Levi.Fultori• • 15 Emanuel Firestone
Delrid ilarbieugh 'l6 Aaron Hider ."
8 Af IIT Henry C Kredger
9 ticratge Styers
• N in first els
Warman Cramer .
3 Aftrod Gregor
5 Sbeorr 11arehler
6 Samna Snider.
8 Jneol4 Horkley
ss, 54. 'No. drafted 16. I
9 Simon Barron,
10 Josiah Barron ,
11 Solomon Pilo o ',, ~
12 Daniel Berkley•
13 Abraham Berkloi, ,
14 josith fierehert -
15 James Mognet - •
16 Sili Rerehlor . ;
80th stri-Disrmicr.—MlLFOßD TOWNSHIP.
NmetiAlled in:first class. 1...• NO, drafted.*
1 Jesse iteover. , 21 Samuel A Flickinger
2 Until Flick. —.., . 22 William - P Huston
3 Henry Beall ' 23 Jonathan Pritts
4 Peter.P. Boman_ .. . 24 William M,,Schrock.
.57ncob M Saler 25 John P Humbert
6 Amos Schrock. - -.- 26 John Fool.- • ~T;
7 Abraham rider.- •; 27 John-IF-Pattee':---%,
8 Jeremiah Litengood 23 AlextuldefShowman
9 Jacob N Humbert, 29 , John Dwire , . -
Br Henry J Humbert 30•Jeseph Willtrout t'',
11 Wm MNycre". - -• : 31 Levi L Mi11er....:
12 0 qv; A, Yowler ' - 32 William &Showier
13 John Sipe ' '33 Samuel Criehfield -
14 John D Baker 34 Peter SngSr's -•-•
15 Israel Hoover •. . 35 Ed ward• Itner, -,,; i
16'Neah'Itugg ' • 36 Levi Ratusperger ;,. 1
1, .L..sinft Walter ' • 37 Jncob Rector/2.: ,- •-,
13 George Ankeny , L , '•• 38 Edward Itobison [col]
19 Alex W Shttlts - 39 Lewis Bowser
1.0. Jonathan L Bitner • 40 Samuel Bekri. ''' ' '•'3. , ~, .. ~
No. enrolled in 'first /last', 34. No. drafted; - A0;
I Joins 'Poorbiugh ti Solomon PoorhatlO ,
2 Christian Stuck 7 David Coughenour,
3 Denpis Hutzel ' ' fl John Stnrtz .
4 George Brooke"' ' 9 Conrad Rciffer:„ ,
5 -Levi Ware . . 10 "jesepil,'A'r'eitsrer
.. _ .
ss, 70. No.Mtieti. 'S. '
. , ..
112 Rue) Miller
13 Joseph Gnash . '
14 Gilson Sees
-15 Daniel Border --• ..
16 John •Border '
82nd Son -DISTRICT.—,
No. enrolled in first elm
1 Hiram Gisir
2 Samuel Foust'
3 Jonas Wirieli
4 :fecal) Wirich ,
sTaniel• Hoffman -
17 John P Heller,„
18 Peter Lint
19 Archibald Malian
20 Albert Beßen ;
JosVh Christ , ;„
6 Jacob Sees -
- 7 . 4 .atriel Ripple
8 Simon Berkey
38 Hiram lainCs '
Y 1 Josiah Weaver
sO. drafted, 321,
17 Alouishious Washer
18 Charles Diekes7
20 Jacob . J - ZimmermOt
21 Henry Boman •
V Noah gliaffer .
' No. eI:A-01101in first cla
1. tol.lta Mowrer
\ 2 ,Philip Mowrer..- ,
3 'Tobiaa Beachley'
4 - Jahn A Ycietng
5 Lewriallf Statler ,
6 Jeremiah Wilt.. •
Deolel B Zimmerman
8 Andrew Blongli
9 Jelin Shift
10 Afros Bernd
11 Ihivid Barnhart
12 Pot ,, r P Ginrilesperger
1:1:: iP , eY
14 Wittiarn Biough •
1.5 Philip Gleaner „
16 Samuel Morley '
84th SUB -DISTRICT.--S
Porolled in first cla
1 Janet Roger
2 lzan.ael flouter
3 GePpirt Ling
4' Sawa - el ht'Greger
5 Datael Wagner, •
6 DA% idStump •
7 Jon 'than Giffin'
DPeter Lape, -
eri 'Ravi •
11 CharleaW Williamson
12s Franklin - Spotta
13 GI rteßarnhart',
14 - Piet4ort Lohr • -
1S Franklin limes •
16 Gabriel Spangler
17 Jacob Powell -
24 Samuel Wilt "
George Metzkaf: _
27 ltilliam Betz' ' ,
3D Bzmuinel J'Efltiugh
132 C Burnet
•s. 111. No.-drafted, 33.
18 Samuel tape
19 Charles Weigle
29 Charles Sarber
22, Georgm Beploy
24 . .T05c0h
26 Franklin Basilan
27 Henry Penrod.. _
28 Samuel S Berkebile
29 Jacob. Yost' ; , 1 •
30 fi-nry Naugle
31 Adam Borkebile • •
32 John Wallace
33 John Cartiff ,
85th Sms-Diaratc•r.--SOMERS.ET BOROUGH. •
No. enrolled in first•elass, 63. iNe. drafted D.
1 Autro-n - II Pile " ill Jacob Zara]]
2 Isaac W Gordon [col) 12 GeorgeW Pile
3 Curtis K Grove 13- Wilon Gertutind
4 David Martney 14 Fre crick Laws
5 searge E• Parker 15-An (*.Gray [doll
6 Thornton L Benford' t 3.6 Ed ard,Wilt - • „,'""--
'7 Jeremiah Spriggs [col] 17 Ea ard,Carrbll fedi
8 William 11-Koontz 18 Elias Cunningham
9 Samuel Sidebottom •
19 Amos Knepper '
13 John 20 Frederick-J? Woltser
86th Sms-Disrater.--SOMERSET .TOWNSULP:.
Nod enrolled in first class,l99. NO: drafted:
1 John Baker ' 31 ,Gay tir •
2 lijohael (Decd; .22 Gen .F , Barron : )
3 Win Trent - • - 33' John'!frent t.
4 Gaol, Countryman-" 34. Wife " •
5 Peter Sias 35 Writ W Young -
6 Hai•man Shitfeil. 36 Sirtion Stahl
7 Noah Gut - 14M' • ,37 Josiah Young, • •
B:ltieenblfLiehty' /38 Jeili t t Kline • _
9 zns Sebmucker.39 Peter Shallis '•
'lO lesWill;.• 40.FrOulr B Cotuitryman
11 eery Walter •I 41 Francis Shot:lll.9-
n Mtn 'Shafer ' ; ' 'Dairid Mentzer •
13 Gep.L Reese ,43 JosePli Horner, :
14 •Jadab'Lenhart • 44 Hannah Shafer
/5 Samna Weimer'_ 45 Jo in P Rhodes '
16 Cornelius Bo yton,- 4_6 Sn - rmel.Spangler I•. •
17 Christian' Strang 47 Saxtuell3mith •
18 Was Knepp/0 • • 48.1Iorman Stahl , " ,•
19 Samuel Barren •• 49 Isaac Barron . -
Zl.JacebJ•SerkeY - 50- 0 1 liarleErflaYman
21 Jobb Benford 51 HenrY,Magon • •
22 Joseph Lape ".". r 52 H . 4nrY , llertge
23 Charles Mentzer ( '''" M - Ntbahltarrion
24 FrederickShatths 54 Wm Bruner
25 John Saylor , ; 55. Daniel Flickinger
26 Jacob Colons:ow ' 56- 110nrySehrtitte#1*' • '
27 Geo Walker , 57. 'Andrew Wok ,;"
28 Alexander Enos 58 Edward I , i
29 John . .. 59 HBnry.FEnepper...; •
30 Christian .Yinker . T'Cupp, , •• •
87th 134-Dtsrnlcy.-Otr.THAMPTillsi" ,TW.P. •
.14". enrolled in first class, 58i, No. drafted. 17.
.1 •William•H Gary •10 Sol-Ermerick aflfaq
. 2.11.1i,Uht• 11 Jacob-I'olk ;'• • •••
John Leidig 12 Gore Close ,
4 :John D Beal -' 13 SoI Enittiolt of' :lona
5 :Jahn Emeriok ofJona 14" Charles Sleek • •
6 Fredk Hasselbreath • 15 - Peter Knieritn
7 , -Derni% Cook ' • .16 George Reiter ' •
B , Dista43hoemaker ' 17 Valentine Kennel]
9 Hernian Emerick • - '
. - I.Bth lfus-Disreacr.—;
ISir :enrolled in first cle
4 Jecoblleller • • -
6 Martin:Brant ' , I ,
. 7 Jefferson Will
8 Chauncey A Brant
9 Br o ile r P Miller •
10 ibklitubey • -
12 Edward Mwatoller.
13" Moses Gashaw
lOdonathimMiller .. •
17 Henry WO
18,42haritsitbsa • . •
2 Diiptl - 51Miller ;• ; • -
'3 j_sufeklif _
4 'will filiOttor
5 J W (Indwell
: Peter M S.ltylor
Rudolph *yler ,
9 Wm Zinn
10 Jacob F Walker.
11 Sylvantts Thomas :
12 Jerome Countryman I ;
13 Samuel B Pike
m Hants - ,
.941 ti t. Sun —fr
- joimEnes .• -•
4 Alex Blubach
5 - BbBlainln /Volker '
6 Fletcher Cunningham
7 Detrick Kreager
8 Freeman Brougher •
9 Samuel Tresslor
1.0 Daniel Sechler
11 Jacob Nicholson,
:TONY CREEK TWP,'
116. No. drafted, 35.
'-19 William '
20 Mattlias - Walket-f '
21 Anthony Carver.,
24 Dayid Fidler • ' '
25 Samuel Wilt '
26 John-Weddle - `•„
28 , JohrtJ Rhytoub
29: Harman - Lehman '
30 Eartiim•Brunt '
31 Samuel Weitzel
33 Charles Trent
34 'Jonathan Kimmell
85 Conrad ROHE
,uk* - tr
. 17- Samuel Ramsperger
21 Fleury Zinn
23Peter Bider •
24 Jacob „
2i John Walter:. _
Herman H. Walker, ,;
27. Henry Baughman
28 DrW - H.MYcra
29 jelin Boyd 7r
30, Annapiaa Gloss ,
31 John Shand ;
3 2 l os9o/3/# 31 14
- 8, r,
15 john Nicolla -
” 18' Snider -
17 John A Shultz: 1 •
18 jWm PhilippY;
2.•2 Teter Nicholson
LOCAL ITEMS.' '
- Gossip Wiiiibia - Fxiiluni.:-LTtis not quite
. ps alias two weeks since. - ( Tho , nights
dr,e',Ceidliii; - and WO: 'will soon have frost:,:
.King Cdtton is giving place to Gen. Wool,
—lee is no longer in demand, no 'one; sighs
: for ice cream, the grass is' dying 7 -Fall . has
come. Fall with its lovely` frosts and tinted
'woods, with its chills and fever,- its. decayed
and decaying vegetation; its fruits and'corn,
huskings. Welcome fall! •
Neione Can imagine how we pity the poor
souls that: prefer, ale and whiskey to butter;
Buttermilk is fitriat ' drink, so ,
so creamy, so buttery, so greasy, so I , ILLINO.
What ti mark itleves upon one's monstachns
and then it Makeilinniitidrtink, No dah-- .
ger of deliri urn tremendous," no_ head,
acheli, no " hair •of the ddb- that bit you"
next morning. What though it do occasion
ally,' like an unfair boxer, strike one "beleiv
the beitl" Is not 'the lux4ry - Of ' drinking a
quart of the, sluggish fluid; eialting -one to the
Seventh 'heaven, aye even. to" the' (Mutter=),
milky-way, sufficient compensation for km
easel:ofcholera rnorims t, Long, live butter
iVe fried some c,f 4:k:e real 'Alderney
stuff,the ether might, and under its influence
-commenced the followings ,
"Let lifoote-nnd Anacreon prate of the rine,
And Bobby Burns of whisky Bing ;
Let Byron to his gin incline, '
And John B. Gough to the crystal spring.
"IA /will chant of nnobler drink, - .
; • •••'
A drink to'cr praised by poet boron% '
(At least that I K - now of, and if it has been, '
2ts only a proof of one poet the more):';,
Berea fearful twinge interrupted the 'proptle,"
but the fine • frenzy rolling" ecintinued
'through the.night. `l,
.xr, William Stephen, ,we, -sew in: a Harr
risburg paperithankathe- Keystone artillery ;
of 'irfillidelphin, Ciint.l'Fitiki, "for !indUlg- .1
ing in no act of insult:;nr destruction'! while :
encamped on his farni,near Harrisburg.-; • If- i i
44,y.', - 6(9ur farmers upon whose land theosol=l
diets have been located - wish to publiiih a •
similar card, our columns are open to them
free-gratis-for-nothing. ',--.....,._ ' I .
;; We have .at times' : had sad and serious !
doubti - of the stability- of these United States; ,
wendering•whether they were really any-;
thing but a huge alit)" eritrient. 'Since the en- Ii
forcingof the draft we are -coterinced. 'I-Wal
al. ? a strong' government, , : the,KrOngest in
the Verld. • We can govern ourselves,' and
. , •
We 'are, ONE OF THE Titutoe THAT :AR S. Let. - ;
no Rebel or Disloyal* lenger; doubt. : 'The
success. of the DRAFT, is a greater victory far I
than would be t 4, 'taking of Vibkibnig 'and
;Charleston, and Richmond ; in one day.
'Vi'*.is , lt the Town.rathers 'Vrotild rietiee.'
- what we
,are, 'sure the Mothers haver long,
since ohserved—the condition of the hridge
and fording near the IPreshytcrian Church,
Ifdtt• riot -a ' horse iema ? : The - 'filthy 'enlnf)i;
; ;". .
tionaf,theatieets need not annoy them,, tr ..
;winferls. coming, and the cold weather 'will
; 1 _
Ifreeae 'up all the bad smell. ' I'
New York had' her 'riot some weeks ago,
we hat/e . just i bad ours.; Qause !the
She' aiiit'-comrneneed - and was 'continued
thiengiteut the Week with increasing exeite
pent, lititil last Friday,'when a huge ;mob
;coliectedin front of our Office.. We tried I to
he calni,:but - the - excited , faces ; oft the :eager
'atok ' made our Binh sink vtithin i us ; and when
the - ,cs . iiira_i'z', 'solid phaiarta iiished ior ear
two front doors, we thought the- jig. Was up.
l'hisloebnlY two doors froin the VrovOst
Marshal's office, indicated eitherigimat. self
reiratic,:e or a'co-operation of the, militarl y'' with
the 'rioters. We grimly watched - the ad
yan'ee,of the maddened crowd,, and gaited
in vain for a battery of howitzers, which Were
Supposed to be at . Carlisle. Onward ' they
rush-gibing us ifinly.time to throw . •U'ii'n
barricade, of, heard fkir feet in length by 8
;i ne.heviiide: nailed across our °Mee - deer, OS
ipan4bly: to preserve th2,' newly painted and
rainsd7vork,from injury=-onw a , r//.1 t hey, rush, t
• capYing with thera i oni l bulletin I hoard, .yfr, - ,
Bash's sign, blecking up' Shryock's side door
and., absolutely rendering ~ it - iinpossible - for
Mr. Eyster to work hi his basenunt, for- want,
of-Tight; Semi climb te r the topi'of the steps";
,the door posts; some pulling
andsome pushing ; and yet others force their.
wad' ip the : bead of the stairs, evertl 'to our
sanctum. Heavens, what a confusion I. _
• ' i
t • J '- "Such honors rend— i„
When tho Gods contend."
I'„ -.. •
n the mean time we were not4idle.,:i From
put*r open- second-Story viindtriii !our as .
sistants htitled mystic pieces off paper,' Whieh•
bad thaeffect of settling the fury of each one
w! )-: 't .- • ..4 - • !
whosucceeded in catching ono;-our press-.
mar; Worked his, “,mighty, engine" unremitt
ingly, equal- to mould lag hulletc'or . lheating
tilit; par j?oys hauled fromthe portholes cer, ,
t.niti", 'cabalistic words of eneonragernent• to•
poil:Otheirsaidderiiien for certain failures:
ofthe _ii/bters in . seizing our • misailes.—
sot to fill our entire paper with what would
iinsiver a Ay- reporter ; for at ;leash a week,
*e wP.l . iclose with the remarkable anneunce—
iritilt that the trOwd dispersed as aeon as - wki'
e.itsed to throw our projeetiles; thus proving/
theitriiih'of the old adage "asoft answer turn
. htli2a . coiy, Wrath," no answer being-thasartie
t•hing. Some conservative perS i ons would say
that allibie riot was caused by-our printing
handryliSta of the - names of the, drafted-men;
,i 3 9t -4 .;P:ive. remarked at ; first, (,dew York has
. I Pad herriot,..Chambersburg must 'and shall .
' 1 1 4'•k`lierS 'ton - Fiatjustitia i:i ccelnm rust'
TABlitiAnf.—lnlliis week's issue will,be
founder eompeted 114 of the drafted men-for
this alitrie.t. Everything passed off pleas: ,
aqiiit thadrawi ng,' though' there -were np
very large crowds in attendance until Fr a rp l c - z,
lin county was drawn. :On Thiiraday 'there
asra - iltuy 'large itttendanee; 'the street in
out ot. the' ;Provost" Marsnal's office was
packed with people, including quite a •nutti,
; her of &lair sex. Theerowd evinced their
0941.1.14a):T by mock;' congratulations Ortlie/i
1,0 7, 4;114/merriment and please:Wl:nu:linage:
eeinedt:o - he the order of the day. , 'The draft,
like lightning, seemed to strike, just where ;it
pleased, 141 - shouts and laughter rosenowfroin' .:
' One : end and in another moment, from quite
the other end of the assemblage, tuld the pq7
jp6i44.4ep . gted to enjoy itvitte as 'thuch. as
ON 'tallith neVositarly ti l anibersbur g , Pit
his neighbora: - A)tir neighbor of the Spirit,
liamsher, was one 'orthe lucky drawers
of a prize, and the crowd, Pleased at having
one of the -.chief
,and peeuliar defenders of
the "ennstitution as it is and the union as it
was," enrolled under the "Starry Banneri"
evinced their pleastire.by three hearty cheers.
The drawing of the Provost MarAlil's name
also brought forth 'cheers: iOur reporter was
likewise, - astonished - by,-hearing his name call
ed out, but as be was a nine-months' man,
he didn't seem - to mind it Much. In the
Borou"h luck seemed particularly to run
a . ains ..,the Printers,. Druggists, Lawyers,,
an. :utchers; There were ;eight printers,
every druggist that was in the first class,
seven lawyers, and eight butchers drafted.
Through! the,distriet the ministers seemed to
tuffer. In one township in Fulton County,
of the eighteen names that were drawn, six
were litellott'e. There were twelve colored,
persons drawn, in Chambersbnrg, and twenty
three in Antrim Township. Though we
have often•heard objections Made to the en-,
listing of colored men, at the drawing, ev
body seemed pleased when. they weredrawn,
and seemed to think their chances so much
the better for it. In: some • districts two,
'three, and in our borough, l Brothers thers were
drawn.: _EVerYthing. Piised oil agreeably,
'and we never saw a more jolly crowd as-•
sembled together. , - • - ,•
, THE planting seasen iS rapidly approaching,
and our readers are earnestly urged to im
prove Therein nothing so cheap;
so moderate in its demands , upcm the husband
inan, and so rich in its rewards, as the eul=
ture - of fruit, trees, plants mid vines. In
Franklin county'our People have sadly ne - -
gleeted- this iniportaut duty. But few culti
vate apples and peaches;und the result isthat
in the fall we go to Jersey for our peaches,
61d in the winter and spring go to Nevi - York
for apples. qur climate is better than that
,of New York for fruit, and a large portion
Of :our Soil is perfectly adapted fruit of
evdry - .kind: Our sh;te lands are always un
dulating, and - Ivill produce the very best, and
even our' heavy limestone well re-pays care:-
ful cultivation of, the apple, peach, straw
gram &c., although they cannot be
brought to so- high a degree ,of perfection as
in lighter soil.
- In our advertising column's to-day Mr.
Jacob Heyser offers a chOiee yariety of apple
trees at very -moderate prices, and we can
confidently -recommend them as all he claims
-them to be. He has personally superintend
ed the grafting of his stocks, and his varie
ties may be implicitly relied_ on. He also has
a fine assortment of btrnwberries, which we
have' tested in our own - grounds, and can
certify to their superiority.
Mr. Knox, of . Pittiburg, whose cards are
in our advertising Ctilumns, isone of the most
thorough and reliable Fruitista in the State:
Indeed welnow of none we would so confi
dently trust in filling an order for.firat class
vines. He has devoted many years to the
propagation of the grapeand strawberry, and
is entirely master of his busineit We would
unhesitatingly advise our readers who want
the best of vines to send hini r their orders.
He will fill them with the utmost fidelity, and
every confidence can be be 'felt that ,You are
eultivating exactly what you: haves'ordered.
Every family that has a spare foot-ofground
should have grape vines 'on it. They need
but very little care,-and Inv ten:fold every
labor they demand. . •
Tar. substitute buginess has called into ac
tion ever:: - species of fraud and villainy.
draft opened a new and rich field fOr.the Pe
ter Funks and thimble-riggers generally,
and they have plied their new trade with im
mense profit to• thethselvA a t ild correspond
ing loss to vonseripl.s and -the- government.
Five men Wore justly shot in the Army of the
Potomac on Saturday last for becoming the
instraMents of itibstitute-brokets, by whom
th'y were induced, to' desert and toll them
,selvcs several times over, fis•substititt.
It is safe as a rule to refuse to have any
dealings with Wandering substitute-brokers.
Or those who hdvertise from the cities that
they are prepared to supply substitutes at .
marvelously low prices. .No man can pro
pose to furnish t: em at low.rate without in
tending to,defrand somebody,these who
hai:e•no'dealings with theM will be sure no
to bc,ebeated.i Mr. J. A. Thompson, of Pit
burg, adyertises in to-day!s paper that he can
supply substitutes for less than SW, and in
•-ites drafted-men to remit hint ten' cents, for
which the profound 'secret wilt be made
known, _rThonipion insists upon ;giver-.
tising iiiWe REPOSITOI97 and-paying for It,
and we accomodate
.him as- we do patent
medicines; Circuses, motleys-shows and hum
hugs generally ; - but it-is due - to our renders_
to say that any man who is silly enough to
Send him ten cents, • must ease-m )re 'dimes
than he can use profitably. All who- desire
to deal -honestly . with - themselves and the
government, will furnish their (IVin . -substi
tutes or otherwise comply with- the law.
IT is 'with no common degree of sorrow.
that we record the cleathof Mrs. Helen Ken
pody;',wife of Wm. Kennedy,' Xscp,. chief ed-.
tor of the Spirit, (pa - Times: :` She died on
Priday evenlng,last, after .n protracted ill
ness, and wils E lp9rne to the "Pity of the Si
lent" on -Sunday afternoon! attendld by a
large concourse of , sympathizing friends.—
Less •than thrcie brief months ago she stood
4 the altar; and aitho' the pale shadow of
4he destroyer mingled with her bridal, blush,
is, still her heart was buoyant, And hope gave
promise of , many days to fulfil: her vow of
-woman's, 18ve. _Put insag c ao foe, like
an until:hely,. fiost, has woven her bridal
wreaths'into garlands for the tomb, and in
the morning of life's sweetest ?promiie, she
. surrendered her pure spirit to4hciGod who
Sze JOSEPH- SzrourrEs, of Vaynesboro,
. arrelt we tinnonneeci lust week, has
been seAfrem Otittyabin to Srt M'Henry.
lowing is' the -Union County Committe for
- - '
the eurrgnt year
JOHN RTEWART Chairman.
Antrim; William* 11. Davidson i CliaMberamrg-- , '
North Ward, C. C. Foltz: South Ward ,George J.-
Balsley ; Dry Run, J. W. Everett: Fayettrille,
Min E. Crawford: Gieentilla_e, 0. T. IG'CIaY
Guilford, William Ferguson: lanillton„ J. Palmer
LetterkonnY, J. R. Waist: London. J, D. IR'Dowell:
Lurgan, Jam Sal tstatan Metal, CaPt. J, il. Walken .
Niemen:burg. T. C. Greve; Orwtown, David Spen
e,er: --Peters, J. E. Myers: Quincy, A. Mona
Southampton, - -John H. St. Thomas,
John R.TaniterslY; Sulphur Springs. J. Si. Shearer; -
Warren, - John Thomas: ; Washington, George 7.
Walker: 'Welsh Run; Samuel Bowles.
A meeting of the Committee will be bold:
et Mr.. Stewart's office on Saturday next, at
one, o'clock P. M. A full attendance is
earnestly requested. ,
THE Waynesboro Record., speaking 'of the
removal of the rebel prisoners from the hos
pital there, says that they no doubt regretted
it, for we learn they fared sumptuously every ,
day. - Whilst Union Prisoners in the hands
of the rebels were' being furnished,with
pint of flour per day these insolent traitors
were being serv,ed,,witb every delicacy, from
raspberries and cream to fried chicken. A
cofiple of females are said
,'to hat,o actually .
been OVerheaid wish them ti spe n edfrecoveli
success better scess in the future)
THE Wv,yne'sberoßceord says that Jas.
Henderson, a Rebel prisoner, died in the hos
pital, in that place, of consumption, on ∈
day night a weelt. According to his-state
ment he was in the 21st year of his age. On
Monday to remains -were decently interred
in the burying ground attached to the M.'E.
Church. Rev. Di. Dorsey preached the fu- ,
neral sermon. ' Before he died we learn that
he made professions of loYartY, alleging that
he had been pressed into the service.
tHLEVPAI.--Severul horses have been '
stolen recently in the vicinity-4 - WayneSbo-.
ro.j , Daniel Senger, Jacob' Zentmyer
Jacob Newcomer lititve - all loit horses within
the last two weeks. SO common bus it be-
Come that the; citizens have resolved to i 31.-
ganize nn asSOciation to protdet' themselves,
against, horse thieves; and a_meeting was held
on Monday evening hist 46 cCilisuininate the
Wi direct attention to 'the notice of ,
"Thompion, chief Quarter Master, in to-ihry'a
paper, respecting persons representing them
selves as having authority to'search for:cap
tured horses, are. A little hushivhaeking
properly applied; would likely have a ten
dency to render the occupation of horse'steal
ing rather“ unpoptilar in this part of the
DEMOCRATIC COUNTY CO.NVENT/01.1.-
This Body convened yesterday, and L made
the following nominations:
Prothonotary.,—John R Orr, ChlnnbersbUrg.
Reg. and Rec.—S. R. 3l'Kesson, Chamb'g.
CM. of Courts. - -H. C. Phen idle, 31 on tgomery.
A fuller report of their proceedings wtll
be-given next. week.
THE 'Board of Directors of' the Mercers
btirg Theologicid Seminary, have relsolyed
to open the Fall Session on Tuesdai, Sep
tember Bth. This is one month earlier than.
the usual time.. The design, is ,to make', up
the time lost bf the, suspension of exercise on
adcount.of thd rebel invasion. The bUilding
will he cleaned and refitted rbi the ;time of
WE are ghid to see our old friend 1".. Ham
Man, Esq., out again' and regularly L i at
office ready for the - transaction of an, . busi
ilez3S in the line of a magistrate. ' e :has
been - seriously ill for some weeks, I L but he
gives promise again of his usual vivacity,
and we hope soon to hear of him on the stump
Slushing copperheads in Jtis'original way;.
THE Barn, of Mr. Plum, near UP on, wiis
struck by lightning on Friday a 14ek ;and
consumed. All his crop of grain alnd hay.
agrieulturalimplementA, with tWo lirs•es
- anti two ei fws,were desCroyed., We,are l not
advised Whether he had nny inatarance.
ttut Greencastle Pilot says •inuch sickness
prevails in -that
,plaee at - presAt,, and :that
they have lost n - Mny of their most tvieful Mt
izeng thiringthe.lat few montlia. ince. the
first of January one firm in the town has
made over one bundredcians.
MURRY'S e.A.MPIIWIATED CORDIAL lever
Eliii to cure Diarrhea ,and Cholera Mobusi It is, ear_
lain. safe and speedy. The smallest child an take
It it prepared sun Sold by Miller A Menslie4
Bur your Kerosene Oil froth Ge wicks, lui
e ageatfiirone of the beet Oileotripanles the 'State
sad always setlethe best oil wholisideandietail;
. TiE Fayetteville _Academy will, eminence
Its Fail Session on :Wednesday, the Oth •of September,
instead f the 2d, en - appetite In the Ldvertis l ement. The
soadon will end oaths 4th Tufwday in..Yanu4rY.
Joni F;" Croft is agent far the Wilson
ville Nursery, 'Adorns Counts, • Pa. Any
respecting trees or plants can be obtained calling of
his Store, in the Toservillall -N.,E. corner 'Alba diamond.
• Go To Gelwieks' wholesale arid retail store,
see the large 'stock and get barghini.,
pats ant CIO.
ITATS, CAPS AND 1 STRAW
GOODS. lam now prepared to fuinish my cue'
temen with all the new..Btylea of Hate, Cape and Straw
G. ode, which will sell low. J. L. DEC BERT .
.4 door BSonth of Eyster & Bro.
NEW. STOCK of STRAW GOODS
at old price. at MECIIHRT'S.
'OFT HATS of all colois, ;styles,
and clualitiee,fiom fifty cents mil end get ber
yline at ' . • DECHEAT'S.
FRANK - lAN HALL -REStAUH-
Ala.-31011N BROWN; Proprietor. This well
nown Eating Salooriis fitted up in +Angina 'style, and
the undersigned is pre - pared to serve upl FRESH OYS
TERS, PlBll, FROGS, TRIPE, EIIICAENId, TURTLE
and OLAM SOUP, and Game of all kinds: ..
WASEIABADGLI'S AND LUDWIJ'S ALE,
constantly on band.
He respectfially asks a continuance of the patronage
so literally bestowed by Ida friends and the public: .
Jana 37:'13. • • MARTIN 'BROWN.:
Urai testige 55ales.
VALUABLE STEAM TANNERY.
y FOR SALE.—The undersigned will sell at Private
Sate, his TANNERY, ktuiwn as the Corner Tannery, with
steam and watetspower. Saw Milt, Choppingßfill, Stecke
for breaking hides, die.' -The Tannery has 8 leeches 32
vats, 2 limes and water-pool , and Ls capable of tanning
800 heavy hides te year. There are • two Log Dwelling
Rouses, Earn. Stable sod other necessary out build ngs
connected with the Tannery, and about 60 Acres cleazted.
with good fruit. Ile will sell any quantity of land With
he Tannery, from 100 te , 700 Adres. o , er 000 Itcrel are -
Timber, and an ample supply of Lhesnut Oak Bark to
run the -Tannery for fifty years. It is situated about
7 miles South-west of Mercersburg, on Licking Creek.
Terms made etsy. Possession will be given this fall, if
necessary. For further particulars address the under
signed. at /lettersburg, Franklin connty;Pa.
aug 11, 63-tf , C, .11E,TC ALF.
VALUABLE -MILL PROPERTY
FOR SALE.--The subscriber desiring to retire
from busluesthoffers at private sale his VALI/EXILE MILL
Property, situatct on the Conocucheagae - Creek. at
Scotland. five tnile North bf Chamberaborg. The Mill
has three run of Burrs and Is in good order fur home and
'n3erchant work. - It is situated in oneCof the best grain
_growing regions of Southern Pennsylvania, and comc
vtient to churches and schools. Thereltre about seven
teen Acres, of land connected with the nearly all
cleared and good Meadow Land, and under good fence.
A:large two-eery Weritherboarded DWELLING HOWE
and other out ba i Wings, and considerable fruit are on the
property. I'll 3 price lisked is $3,000. while the nett
earnings ofthe mill sliming the last year etas above $7OO.
For particulars apply 0,09 subscriber t eatcling ,, oa the
preinises. • JOHN BLRICIITM.
nag 16-tf• , , , • - •
PUBLIC SALE.-2—There' will -be
33 sold by Public Sale, on - the prendses. id:Antrim ,
townso'p, on Saturday, the 1914 of SeYtember. next, the
following valuable heal Estate, viz :.A TRACT ON LAND
situate about _three Miles Bost ufGreeneastle. on the road
leading to Brown's Milloldjoinink iota ofJenes .
Joss. Fuss nr d Simon Shank, contaieg 28 Acres, more or
less. The landis limostanh, in a flue state of..cultivetion
and under goal fence., The Improveo.ents aro a two
storied:Log Reuse Log Barn,and all the necessary out %
buildings there lea never failing Spring of Water near
the Dwelling, aud a thriving yohug Orchard of choice
fruit pn the premises. - •
Sale to to commence at 1 o'clock, 1".3L. whim the terms
will be made known by JOSEPH' IfEISY.,
aug. 2 1. -31* P. A. isBrBaB; Auctioneer..
trageb anb• *taint:
HEAI}- OF 'SHEEP LOST.-
5v Strayed (rein the residence of the. Subsiviber,
living near New Unilford, from 40 to 00 bead of Sheep.
marked with the letter 24 with tat on their aide. Any
persons ha wing strayed sheep, with the above mark, oh
their premises, will please give internist:ion by address
• N. NY - . ts.IILLESBERGER.
N.aw d dilford P. 0., lerstrikl in to..
r/ e pasture 'field of the subscriber, on Friday
night the Ithinst., 4 =ilea east of Chatubersuurg ou the
Gettysburg Pike, a large Mack Horse, 8 years old; awe
neyed in the left shoulder, but does not go qattief - walks
Well in harness or tinder the saddle. 'Me above reward
will be paitl for any information leading to the recovery
of the hot's° by ANDREW J. LOCELBAIIM . .
OR fIOW. STRAYED OR STOLEN.-
Strayed or Stolen from the subscriber, reeiding a
roue North of Chamberaburg on the turnpike, about - four
- weeks ago, a small 31ILC11 COW, color red-with white
ispots lame in theleft hind leg, and has but three teats.
Any..plyaou_giring information of her whereabouts or
returning her still be suitably rim - at:dell by applying to
Chia Office or to ritANK DENOLiIIt.
augl.9.3t. . -
O p a stu r e ElV
Held of t . ht: S
io t b il se l r e ibe n r f tn i:3lll 3fon t kl h a e y
night thuacl inst., near Quincy,a large•heacy set,DAY
1101ifehl with black main and tail. 'The above reward
will Impaid for any Information leading tiitharecuvery
of die above described horse by
aug.l2-tf• JOITN "AIDDCI4.ER.
§yaSTRAY : SOW.—C4me to the res
t idence or the Subscriber, one • mile 'east' of Chain
bersuurg. about the 20th' of July last, a BREEDING
80W. The owner is notified' 'to
; Prove property, pay
charges and take her away. or she will be disposed of
according to law.. ' - .A8RA11.4.4 - SEIBTTER, ;
ESTRAY PIGS.—Come to the
premises of the subscriber, on the ,Greenoustle
mot, about one mile South of Cliambersburi. en or about
the ith Wet, FIVE SHOATS. The owner is notified to
prove property Alla pay charges, or the Figs will be dis
posed of according to C, M. L•IIIt;1ETT.
STRAY to the prom
isNi of the subscriber, at Willow Grove, 3 miles East
of Oliambersburir,. on or about the 6th inst.. 2 BRINDLE
MULEY COWS, ono witty. ts white face.. the owuer. id
hereby notified to come. and
"prose-property and pay
Charges, or they will be disposed of according to law,.
'tug 26.3 i, • JOWNI
,TOIJFPKI.:, of Jacolf.
QTR - NY BrAeli have
-In my posseSsion a BLACK - NUB& bollsved to be-•
long to Mr. Joseph ....,ulbertson. of Cumberland Valley.
Upon proving property and paying charges. she will be
delivered to the owner. Address the silbscriber at, Co
lon:as. l'at. [aug2ll-3tl M. M. STItIOKLBR:
WUNDER - LICH, NEAD & CO.,
Iln:warding p ied Onsinti4sioit—lfere-lecprt.,Surth
Second Street—oppowite flea'
CUMBERLAND rALE.Er EAAL - ROAD, DEPOT
Cars run regularly to And & Baltimore.
Pitcoca, ZELL & It nto qAX, Nn SnS 'Market St. abore Sth
P. S:—Lykens Itrukett • Egg and Nut coat (db
rest from the mines.) Wilk esb trre and Pine Grove
Foundry coal, Lumber and Bhingtes. Salt. Plaster and
ancock Cement, kept constantly on hand, Floor,
rain. anti Produce, of al f kinds. pnrchanetfar the high.
Est cash prices. IYCNDEIILICII, NEADot. CO.
I June 17,
'OUMBERIID :VALLEY WARE
ttJJ The Forwarding business will hereafter
be conducted by C. W. klYSTilft 8 CO., it the Ware•
house of the C. V. Railroad, where they hope to receive
a liberal patronage.
'DKPOTA--Bozby do Co.. atl, Market
and John Bingham,lsl Iloward S. Ilnlttmort. '
June 47.'63. C. W. EYSTRR &
OILLiS / PIE, JACOB mtEn.
SLISPIE ZELLIM. Prodnoe
SION MEACHAM'S. and Tholesale Gros
*els, North Wiest corticr 'of Sixth dad-, Market Streets,
Philadelphia / . , , (June 17, '63.
UNIVERSAL CLOTIIES WRIN
No, 1. ki.nalt F,Awir Wainvt, .$lO 00
No,' 2. Alcamo' d 6 do - - • 700
No. 2 1 .4. do do do - 600
No. 3,iNNI.L do ; • • -5 50
No. s'. LARGE norm. a do - - 74 00
No. 18. MIMIC LIttNNRY .f"-, to MR steam t 00
No.„•22:LAROIS do ; 'do ior band. f3O 00
Nos. 234 and 3 low° tio Cogs. All othersarovrarrauted.
N 0.2 is the size generally used in private families.
ORANGE icon, of the Ameriari Agrimaturist, toys of
UNIVERSAL CLOTHES WRINGER:
"A child can readily wring out a toilful! of clothes in
a few minutes. It Is in reality a CLOTHES SAVER! A
TIME SAVER! and a STItENOTII SAVER! The sav
ing of garments will alone pay a large per cenbige on its
coat. We think the machine much 'merit than PAYS
EVERY YEAltla the saving of garments!
There are several kinds, nearly alike in`general construc
tion, but we consider it important that the Wringer be
fitted with Cogs, Otherwise a mass of garments may clog
the rollers, and the rollers upon the crank shaft slip and
tear the clothe* or the rubber break loose from the
shaft. Our own is one of the first make, and it is as
GOOD AS NEW. after. nearly "FOUR YEARS' CON
STANT USE. • „
Event Wringer with ag WWI ,ii Wirrantect in every
particular. , . _
. . .. ' A. i
znger can be durable ioit ou Cog,
.par- A good CANY aSEER wanted in every town.
tar On the receipt of the price front places where no
one is sel'ing• v e will send the Wringer YILLB,OP EXPILLISE.
For particulars and circulars address ^ '
R. C, BROWNING,
ang Sr Broadway, New York.
DRINTING OFFICE:FOR SALE
Consent:mussel the death Of J. 11. Bradley, of
the Firm of,J.ll.Bradiey a Co, the undersigned will
sall at Public hale, on Saturday,thel2th day of Septem
ber. the entire establishment of the' IBERCEBEIBURG
JOU ii.LN AL." To a young - man hating a practiial knowl
edge of the business, this diens a rare chance, ae the Job
Work of theOitice, ins large measure, sustains the ar
perms, distinct from the Subscription list and advertis
Sale will take place on the premiseatiti o'clocki.P• N.
Terms Moderate :—Otte-fonstla in band, balance in silt
semi-annual payments. JAMES' 0. CARSON;
Burtivisis Partner of
ant 26-ts ' . lOC Bradley & Co.
PRINTING, in every style
dorm &Übe oftke of the YSA34BLTN SIMPOItITOBT
teat egotate *deo.
JUBLIC SALE.-By virtue. of -An
Order of the Orphans' Court_tif Pranklln - county,
teeraWill,be,expeeed to Public Sate, on the preiniseasole
Saturday,: t e 26.111 dap of Septem her, st I eelbek,P.lfu,
the following valuable Real Watt', tat* then - property
Daniel Cramer, deed, via,: The )lA.ESION PAM sits.
atedou the Road leading froze Strasburg to
..Roxl . tary,
about two-and a half miles fritntthe former place. con
taining 108 ACRES of g..cd Slate Laud. I 0 of .which fta
clearest and haft Lige state of cultivation. and enclosed!
with ttuo ftnce. Tne I tuproi , ements are a two star;
,Log klonse.a good Frame Barn. and the necessary
outbuildings. a Well btexcellent Water near the Dwell
ing and running Watertizro' the Patin. Twenty Acres
of this Perm le good 'Meadow. It has Mt() on it an Cult
and of excellent Fruit. This is a very desirable priMer
ty, being within a mile and a halt of three , first-elan/
Griot. Min , " Persons desirous of purchasing will do Well •
to ca ll' an d examine the property previous today of ettt
Should it not be sold, it will be offered for Rent on saint , '
,day. for the period of one year from the let of April
next. • -
THE:1180F SALE.—Orteludf on delivery of UM the
balance in , twa equal annual Pay n.ente, seenrtni by Jude
wont on the property, with interest. • •
augyi-te , S. It. PAITF.RSON,
th/1. 1 There will - also be exposed to Public. ft, Ale. on 0*
same day, t uniTntels of •Lasnd, vett .Covered With 'nut
tier, situate In the dame tdwnahlp, alma two Mlles frOlOr
the first named property, one of which contains So Atte@
and 310.1'erehes the other,l7 Acres end 29 . l't:rehea l p,
and sold hOPOrAte or tOget her, te 'snitvuflinBero.
l'Ett3lS :,--Ouelsalf on delivery of Deed, t let balance
in three'equabsilnual moments; with fliers t;
S. 11. PALTER:3ON, Agent.
- C. SPIT .11..
atm 194 s
i t .CHANCE TO MAKE MONEY,-' . ;
The untliirsigned offer at Private Pale. on seem
iiiaiatin- Terms, all that valuable ThAtT OF LAND situ
ated in St.. Thomas township, Fru/110in County, / it.. a
miles North west of the village (ISt. Thomas. boutittint
by lands - of Wilson's licks, Wm. Framer, Barr. MAI
others,tontaining ' • " ' •
About lOZI ACresofthis Tract are gloated and in a llttat
state ofenttivation, whole of which has been. thor
oughly tinted within the last few feors; the balahCe. LSI
heavily set with-thriving Timber. There is a tine TAWS'
stoue.guarry on the premises. /row' which a saVeriot
noiillty of Lime limade. The Improvements- consist - .01f
a good, twte-storied Log and Frame DIWELLIN011011131 . 7;
A FINE BANK BARN, ereoteMast summer: a Witter.
Power SAW MILL, nail a STS YE and SHINGLE MILL,
driteti by a small Steam Enginn, and (idler liccemitY
and convenient buildings.
' The above Property offers great inducements to nor.;
chasers of Real Estate. It is located in alinely Timbered
region. and as the demand fur Lumber, Staves, Shingles
Ac.. is and will Continue on ther•increase, an en-rgetlio
business man - could not fail 4 to. make ; Money out of ail'
many advantages it possesses. , __Persons- deniring to in
vest in a valuable •I•!ropei ty pre invited' to view ibis.
Salisbury Shearman, residing thereon. will give any in
sformation that may be desired-. Fossessiois e•all he brd
At any time.
GARVER A SFlF,Apf4ii:
X.E'CUTOiI'.S SALE.--In purse-'
124 'awe of the lan will and tenement' of Daniel
Donme,klate of Peters township, Franklin county, Pa ,„
deed, Gate will be,exposed at Public Sale, on the preps,
lees, on Tkursday, the 10th day of 8/amber. nevi. at 1
o'clock, P. M., the ful tuwint ;Property. late the Estate of:
Daniel Conrad, dec'd;viz: A.'l. AIM is said township.
lying al tit Cove Gap road. one mile from Covefiap,-
adioltang"Ja - I",llenif and Gabriel Sounds ob ,14
west, Dail Unger's heirs on the north. end other! an
the east. emtaining 187 ACRES and the allowance.
The soil is sand And clay. There id about 140 Acres clear'
and in a good ;gild eof enltivation. 13 Acres of which, is
3leadow and snore Meadow can be made t the reehinii is
covered with valuable Thither. The improv€ menfireon
slat of a good two story Int, Weatherboarded Dwelling'
House and Kitchen, Smoke Douse. Gni nery With a first;
rate cellar underlt, in the yard, close by the' dwilliam,
a good Frame Barn and hther necessoly buildings: A"
Cistern in the yard and a well of guodnat er close by the
house. "There Is a Young Orchard of Choice Fruit Trees
inchinch as Apples . Plume, Pears. and Cherries. There is - I+
large stream of water running through the Fartn' icor
passes one end of the barn yard; a lane estenditfg front
the barn'yard tdull of the field F. if the Forth is not'
sold on said day, it will be offered for rent. : Any perso n,
wishingin view the property can call on the eabscril'er..
living on tliefarna. Terms made kta.wn en the tiny 4'
sale. 2 DANIEL CON AD,. -
ang. - 19-ts. " ' Ek'r.
VALUABLE PROPERTY AT
y PRIVATB.SALE.—The subscriber offers at Psi-,
vale Sale ID CRKS more or less. of first doss Limestones.
Land; situated on Antietam Creek, 2 miles South of Wal
-1 niaborti,adjoinlng the lands of Daniel F. ,Good,-David,
° Stoner, and ether lands of the subscriber. The isuprOve
inents.are asks* and half BRICK ROITS.E with Baser_
usent i with Stable and al oilier necessary tilt builehtiga
close to tais property there are two wells with pumps In.
es'eh, one ef.which is a pevcr-failing stream. There hr
also on said tract a two 'story LOU HOUSE with Ikuie-
Ment. Stone Blackstitittißliop. Log Stable, and-othOvuut
buildings- to-each of these properties there fan fine Pe.
lection of thrifty friiit-ttees ; such us Apples, Peaches,.
Pluins, shapes, Ac.. , ,
A rare (lance is bore-offered a Blacksmith or VOID:4-
maker. It would snake a very desitialde home and isteou- 4
eenient.to churedies,school, houses and Still. reasessials •
Will be given on. the , first of April. liaL For futtheti:
partien.ans inquire of the subscriber liwhig near..• the
property.. . • A,BliAltAll BARR.
N.B.—The subscriber has also a fine Dom fin e at.
Possession to be even on the that - Of April 1164., -
Pfambersburig Repository insert St and send 101 to
this office for collection.— Wayasshoro lacord.l
atig 26.'3 .
VALU.ABLE F.A8.111 AT PUBLIC
SALE.—The undersigned. Executor of Malachi. •
Brindle, lota of 4 1 . t. Thomas township, deed, . wilt offer
at Public - Sale. on ,vaturday, the ltth day If &Aber,.
next: TILE MANSION FARM of said dee'd. Banat° l Fir
Thomas towriship, Franklin County Pa.. about two Miles
South of the village of St. Thomas. adjoining lands of ,
Wilson's hen s, John Aliller and otli. ra, containing 264 -
ACRES and allowance of LIMESTONE LAND. • This
Farm is eligibly situated with a stream at RENNINti.
WATERthrough it and n. NETER FAILINO SPRING
near the - lemma. Tho impi 01:talents <outdid- of a.
large two-story Stone House. a Stone Bank Rio u, Rag s -ti
'bed. Corn . Orin and other necessary out,: uddings.
Also. t o tenant Houses and an Orchard of choice irtilt
Traps. such as apples, pears, psaches. cherries, Sc.
About Afcy acres arajci good Luber ansinbout filly La
Meadow ground. -
• Any person-wishing to view tha premiers before ihe
daj of title mill call on the subscriber residing abotit
Our-lialf mile west of St. Thomas,
„to commence, at I o'cltock, A. N. Terme mad,
Icuown cu. day oriole by FREDERICK DRI.WLYKS. -
aug 264 a - Fx'r of Malachi Brindle. dec'd.
PRIVATE SA LE - OF - TANNERY
N_EAlt FA.YETUVILLF...—The undersigned wilt
seal at Private Salo, the followit g described REAL
TATE, to wit: •= • •
30 ACRES OF LAND.
Ali under good fence and tillable, ivith a good Brick Dwell
ing, a-nover-ttilinrwell IA good writer hear the door, a
pod Barn and l'hriishing Floor, a fine Orchard bearing
the beer • fruit. Also
. A TANNERY
pf32large Vats: 6 large Leaches with limes and' peels
Dark-Mill, Boller, Pump and Fulling Brock - 30111,M erre'.
lent order. thii whole operating by WATBR• POWBita
Also a good Barkshed, all unsurpassed in convenience
ind labor saving. ' - '
The•alwve property will be shown tom'' , persqu on O r
plicatlon to JA.cob 13. Cook of Nnyetterille, or John 8.
Cookof Chombetstmrg. Terms will be ronsonoble.
• June 1 - 7,'A34f PETER-CVOS:
DESIRABLE TOWN PROPER
TY FOR,SAIE.—The ivritirsigned will sell at Pri
vate Sale, a LtYPOF GROUND, situcte on"Etud Queen ,
Cham4ersburg, adjoining the residence of P. Hammes?
Esq. s h.aving thereon erected a two-story MUCK DWELL!'
TlYti ROCS it, with ntwastory .13rirls Pact Building atr
tachesti a Frame &able, and other neeesmary out-buiht?
ings. There is also a Well of excellent ater and a Cis
tern on the prensis...
etry- Persons wishing to view the premises and learn
the terms. can 410 so by calling on T. D. Kennedy, KN.,
Chambersburg, or the ?subscriber, residitig in ttlippeus
use Possession given on theist of April nest, wen
good title win be made by nifi,)ll./LL
June 3.3 m
lemma. 1 :rigsay 9.BTONatt.
U.R E & STONER,.- - '
TU. FRANKLIN REPOSITORY is ipublishad
Wed morning, on a large r quarto sheet.
containing F0R21.7-DIGRT COLUM NS. printed oa
finepaeor and new, clear type. Terms : TWO DOL
LARS per annum IN ADVANCE, or TWO DOL
LARS .t•NDFIFT'Y CENTS, if not paid within Me
Ministers of the Gospel, in Franklin tolintY;:
are furnish ed with the R,EPQS/TORY at $1 por annum,
sa . s u bscribers, residing out of the State; mtif
.nay strietty.in advance, and the paper will in all cases
he disoontinueitat. the expiration of the time for
which it is pail - •
ADVERTISEMENTS inserted at 56 cents pet
square of eight. lines for, one insertion * and 25 cents
per square for each subsequent insertion. 'All frac
tions of &square are counted as a full square. •
Advertisements insertedliy_the quarter, hall/rear!
or .year, at a reasonable reduction, '
Special notices, itherted before Marriages: !nd
Deaths, artetarged•double regular rates •
1tE96.-NO GM, or bold, display letter, inserted n
tllk. Notices of Marriages and Deaths, no - t
ing five lines, are inserted without charge. •
Sir All comunications , of i
limited or ndivi
interest, are charged test cents per line: •
Air JOB PRINTING. of every kind, done in Piga ,
an4lannY colors, at - the ahorteat notice.anit nt ne
gotiable rates.; -