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31. C: Tyler is the Democratic] candidate
for Assembly in Susquehanna, May he live till he
is elected. -
no Democrats of Wayne haveLmominat
ed 11. B. Beardsler; far Senator and Win. IL Nelson
The Union men of Fayette 4nty have
nominated John S. Williams for Prothenotary. and
Daniel W. 1)a11 for Register. They have a hard
road to travel; -but they may win. i
The nemocrits of Delimare b i nve nomi
nated a full ticket with S. Rhoads fol. Assembly.
It nab° beaten about 1,300. Edward A, Price is
the Union candidate for Assembly,
•The Union men of McKean e4unty have
nominated Capt. Frank Bell for Asseimbly, A. N.
for Sheriff, John It. Chad Wick for Pro-
thonotary and W. W. Brown. for Regihter. -
The Union men of Bradford lave nomi.-
listed D. Lillty and Joseph IL Marsh for Assem
bly, £. O. Goodrich for Prothonotary, J. Mooroo
Smith for Sheriff and N. C. Elsbree 'for Register.
Bradford will give over 4,000 for the ticket.
Mr. P. W. Hughes was the , a4thor of the
proposition to dissolve the Union, and unite 'Penn
sylvania with the Scinthern Copfederacy. Mr. Jus
tice Woodward was nominated mainlyby the efforts
of Mr. Hughes. The teacher knows his disciple.
A rebel writer says there are ”divisions in
the camp of the enemy," and that the efforts of the
Democracy "Operate direc'ly as so Much aid' and
comfort to the South."" How much comfort will be
obtained from • California, I)claware, Maine and
Had Tenne.see been a free St4e like Ohio,
she would, like her, havebeen loyal aid prosperous.
Her slave code plungedlex in the rebellion. TIME
code to-day lies trampled under foot.;. hall we. ro.-
store it to. life? The 4.1.0.f:0f freedom forbids—
/Vashvilin Union. • ' . =
Maj. Peter A. Johns is the 11 1 .nion - candi
date for Senator against DV Latta in tlui Westmore
land and Fayette district. ' Ile is an old Democrat,
.was twice in the Houie as a Democrat;, bathe enter
' ed the army and earned promotion by his gallantry
and naturally enough prefers bis country to his
yartY„t An earnest effort should elect him.
A correspondent of the Sprfhglield (Mass)
Rerruefivan suggests a new way of bringing about ,
peace: "Let a committee. consisting of Villaindig
ham. B . isymour, Wood and co.G Lunt visit the Con
fediTt.,y in the name of the party, and in pathetic
tours, imitating the beast on which Daalam rode,
plead: 'Am not I thine ass. on which thou haat rid
' den ever since I'was thine ?' "
_ Thy Union - men of Washington county
, have nominated 'Robert R. Reed and JaMes R.
Kelly for Assembls-, John E. Bcllfoi Prothonotary,
Win. A. 'AlieKey for Register. Alvin' King for Re
-du-dui-. Win. Kidd for Clerk and J. W. Don& for
Treasurer. Win. 114 kins is the Coitperhead can
didate fOr Senator in Washington and Greene.
r Washington ought to give a insjoriti on the right
Bide this fall.
The Democrats of Chestbr ;county have
'nominated Richard A. Gilpin for Seiiator, Hibbard
Evans for Judge, C.C. Moore, S. W. Sellers and
Andrew Armstrong for Assembly. i A fell ticket
for the county offices was also nominated, but as it
will not be Iteard of after the election: it is not
worth recording. The notorious Monaghan is on for
District AttoineY against Mr. Creigli.
Gen. John A. k!Ciernand this writes ton
meeting in Illinois: "A mission is eonfoledto us to
keep alive the fire upon the altar of iberty it what
ever personal cost thii must be done. If armed f
:bets stand in th way. remove them; if need be, by
arms ;If nioral bels stand. in the way, crush them
by the weight o an -indignant pnbtio opinion :if
party creeds stied in the way, hasten to wipe them
oat of it." - . i
The Union victories since the•first of Ju
ly last include Vicksburg; Gettysburg, Port Hud
son, Morris Island, East Tennessee. 'Vern:tont, New.
Hampshire. Connecticut. 'Rhode Island Delaware,
California, Nevada and Maine. *fore the Year
closes we cant record Charleston. Pennsylvania.
Ohio, New York, Illinois, Indiana, and others "too
numerous to retention: " The glorious cause of the
Union was never more bright thin at present.
An Ohio paper makes the following refer
ence to the state of the campaign in that State. The
remark might be applied to Pennsylvania: "And
-now, if anybody has heard cheers at a. Democratic
meeting concerning our late successes, we would be
glad to Publish the fall particulais. We do not
think sucha phenomenoli„has oceuired. If it has,
we want names, dates, places, spiritef the occasion,
circumstances of the announcement; all about it."
The Democrats of Adams--vihere Democ
racy means everything that can embarrass the gov
ernment in preserving its own existence, have nom
inated J. Marshall for Assembly, J. E. Wierman
for Judge, Adam Rebert for Sheriff, Samuel Lilly
for Register, James J. Fink for Clark..Jacpb Trox
el for Treasurer and Samuel March for Commiss
ioner. Cannot the Younk Guard:redeem herself
this fall? Shall the sacred ground of Gettysburg
declare against the government that has won its
noblest victory there?"
G. W. Curtis writes iii * Hailier's 'freckly :
Vermont has just elected a loyal Governor: „ti-Sen
ate nnanimously'loyal, and a house which counts
only some dozen inembers who ard opposed to the
war. Vermont supports uncouditienally and over-
Whelmingly the , policy of the GoVernment. Does
anybody believe that the great safeguards of civil
lib er ty are endangered in Vermont; because she did
not elect friends of Davis and Toombs to be her
Gtoirlior and legislators? Does anybody believe
that those safeguards will be more secure in Ohio.
than in Vermont, if Valtandigham should be cho
sen Govcoor of Ohio? Does anybody believe that
the rights Of citizens or legitimate State rights are
in Ivry greater peril in Vermont, where a Copper
head is not Governor, than- they are in New York
where Seymour is! Are the principles of the Gov
ernment and the Constitution any less safe in the
State of Vermont than they are . in Kentucky? If
ray loyal State followed the exarnple of Vermont
:song a single lover of the Union and the Govern
leen regret the result?
• -I -
The grand Union Mass ISldeting at- Pitts
/n4 on thel6th was a mostremarkable demonstra
tion. The vast area of the WestC,ommon was filled
with the lon' people of Allegheny, while the
thoroughfares leading to the place were crowded.
Robert Woods, Esq., a well-known lawyer of Pitts
burg, and a promiiient.Demociat for many,years,
Presided. A large number of vide ; presidents and
secretaries was chosen, many of them leading Dem
ocrats in former days, who were loudly cheered on
taking their seats. Speeches were made by Gover
nor Morton; of Indiana, Governor Curtin, 31r.
Matthews, of Maryland, and others; They were
replete with patriotism and loyalty, and frequently
interrupted by the plaudits of the excited multi
tude. Capt. Gibner, of the 140th Pennsylvania
Regiment„ read an address signet by fifty-eight of
ficers stationed' at Camp Copeland, invoking the
loyalty of the people in support of the state and
-General Administrations in its efforts to conquer a
Rove, Resolutions were unankaiously adopted de
cimally It the solemn duty of every patriot haiing
,P , t hit heart the welfare of our , beloved country to'
• cast his rote for the men only who stand pledged to
an unfiPterieg support of the National Government
id recoulinmOlieg Andrew Curtin and Daniel
Agnew agottle , true standard beaters of the loYalists
germsliVeatia. 1 •
Ten :thousand people assembled in masa
convention at Catasagult oil the 19th. They were
addressed by - Gov. Curtin, Judge Shannon, Hon.
A. K. McClure, and R. S. Matthews. To-night An
immense meeting is in progiess, at Allentown, and
addresses are being delivered by the above-named
An immense mass meeting of Republicans
was held in Harrisburg on Saturday evening. "
Cameron presided, and after announcing his hearty
support of the Union candidates, introduced Gen,
Butler. The General spoke in the most eloquent
manner upon the duty of supporting the Adniiniii- 7
tration. The enthusiasm was unbounded, and "z
meeting only limited by the capacity of the hall.
In Pennsylvania the campaign is progres
sing splendidly, and from all parts of the State we
have the most cheerful tidings. In every quarter
our friends are alive to the great struggle through
which they are passing, and spare no energy to in
struct and convince the people. Now that the elec
tion in Maine•is over, we are to have the assistance
of able and eminent friends of the Union from oth
er parts of the country. -
We . are pleased to announce the fact that
the Hanover Gazette, the oldest German Democrat
ic paper in York County, has hoisted the flag of
"Curtin and Agnew," and comes out boldly in sup
port of the Union., This is a most valuable acqtii-
Eiden to the loyal nien of York county, thp want of
a good German paper having long been felt. One
of the proprietors of the Gazette has fought gallarit
ly in the armies oithe Union, and like other Patti -
otic democrats has had his views slightly changed
by a sight of slavery and rebellion as it really ex
ists. The Gazette has a large German circulation
and will do yooman service in the campaign. Ws
gladly welcome the Gazette into the loyal ranks.
and wish it and its publishers all success, •
• The Demoerney of Pennsylvania will ad
mire the rare- and refreshing-frankness with which
a Democratic paper of New York comments upon
the resolutions passed by the Convention that re
. cently met in Albany. What is said of the platform
adopted by the Convention of New York may just
ly be applied to the platform adopted by the DMn
°erotic Convention that assembled at Harrisburg:
"Th e D emocratie Convention adopted a resolution
apparently favoring a prosecution of the war. but., in
fact, susceptible of any constructiondhat - the reader
may choose to give it, It was pdlioy,And not princi
ple, that dictated that resolution. The sentiment
of the Convention decidedly inclined to peace. Hay
ing disposed of a mechanical difficu/ty, and screened
themselves from the charge of treason, there is no fur
=ther occasion for thii worthless saving clause to be
paraded before the people, Let the canvass proCeed
upon a peace basis, openly and without disguise, The
Black Republicans will not hesitate to exhibit their
black idol upon the rostrum, and to make it the
feature of their electioneering.",
It has been said that Vallaiidigham, while
in the South, repeatedly exhorted the rebelsto hold
on to Vicksburg, declaring that the success of his
Party in Ohio'depended altogether on the ability of
the rebel Government to baffle the Union armies
besieging that place. This report has been s lialis"
nantly denied by the Copperhead prints, but ,the
Chicago Tribune has 2btain ed porton t-evidenee in
confirmation of the katement. Ihe Tribune says:
"Unfortunately for their epithets and for Vallan;',.l
digham's loyalty. we have in our possession a letter
written, by a rebel provost marshal' attached to -
Bragg's army, and a man evidently of unusual im
telligenee,,in which the above fact is clearly, unmis
takably stated. The letter, 40as written to friends in
Western Tennessee. and captured in the possession
of a mail-carrier, who-is now, or was recently in cus
tody at Columbus, Ky. The writer heard Yellen
digbam make the statement in his presence, that his"
election depended upon rebel success at Vicksburg.
The letter awaits the pleasure of any Copperhead
disbeliever who will call and see it,"
NOTICE.—In the matter of th
Estate of George Palmer, decd. 411 persons in:
wrested will take notice that upon application of W.B.
Everett and C. 8. Eyster, Etqa., to the Judges of the Or
phans' Court of Prauklin Co., Pa.,the said Judges In
open Court made the following orer to wit: That notice
be given to all parties interested to appear at next ,term
of Court, on Tuesday, Octobet 6th,1863, and snow- cause
it any they have, why John Harmony one of the I.lxec
ntors of the last will and testament-of George Palmer,
decd, should not be discharged from the duties and re.
speusibilitles cf said executorship.
Wll. G. iirrenzu,
nag 211-to . Clerk. of Orphans' Court.
11 Notice is hereby given that Letters of AdMinis
trattun on the. Estate of slichael Ruth,. late of, Greed
township dec'd, have been granted to the undersigned,
raiding in sail township.
All perk:ma indebted to the said Estate, are reqiiested
to make immediat payment, and those having clalnis on
demands against the Estate of said decedent will make
them known, without delay, to
sept le DAVID SDOVR • Adm'r.
is hereby given that Letters Testaa.entary to the
zetatte of John Dorrance, late of Metcersburg, dec:d.
have been granted to the undersigned, residing in said
Allyersons knowing themselves indebted to said Es
tate; are requested to make immediate payment: and
those having claims or demands against the Estate of
decedent, will make known the same without delay. ;to
sept ZB 31AROARET CHAMBERS, Executrix.
E XE CUTOR'S NOTICE,-Notice
is hereby given that Letters Testamentary to the
hstste of Sarah Bobs, late of 3fercersburg Borough,
dec'd, have been granted to the undersigned, residing in
All persons knowing themselves indebted to *Mid Es
tate, aro hereby requested to make immediate payment ,
and those having claims or demands against the Estate
of said decedent, will make known the same without do
lay, to (sept 18.) JAh.. 0. C ARSON, ra'r,
Notice is hereby given that" lettere of Atiminta
tration on the Estate of Samuel Gilmore, late of Letter
kenny township, deed, have been granted to the subset I
ber,yesiding in Strasburg:
All persons knowing themselves Indebted to Gilt Said
Estate will please make immediate payment ; and those
having claims will present them properly authentiatted
suggd JOAN GILMORE, A dm'r.
II 4 XECUTOR'S'NOTICE.—NOtie
II ' is hereby given that Letters T estamentary to the
Estate a' Melinda Stayer. late of Lettorkenny township,
deceased, have been granted tothe undersigned, resi
ding In Liargan Township, - - ,
All persons knowing themselves ludebted'to said Es
tate win please make immediate, payment; and those
having claims will present *hint properly authenticated
for settlement. . .CIIRISTIAN SNOKE,, .
Sept. 9 '63 Executor:
Notice Ie hereby, given that Letters of Arlininix.
tratien on the Estate of James Kirkpatrick, bite 10mi.
nrtt township; dec'd, have been granted to the ditder
signed, residing in said township.
All persons knowing themselves indebted to said - Kiin.e
will please make Immediate payment, and those having
atimapreeent them properly. anthenticated for nettle-
Emit. - HERRON,
Sept 9.6t* G. KIRKPATRICK, .1
Notice is hereby given that - Letters of -Adminis
tration on the Estate of Isabella Thompson, late of Green
township, dec'd, hare boen granted to the undersigned,
riding In said township.
AB persons indebted to the said Estate, are hereby re
quested to make immediate payment, and those having
claims or demands against.,the Estate of said decedent,
will make known the same without delay, to
sept wf L4lOl TriPMPSON, Adm'r.
lloolto anb: -*tationerg.
'EW STORE !-:-WATSON & SON
1..1 have opened at their Store Room,) on the North
west Corner of the Diamond, opposite Franklin Hall,
Chnmbersburg, Ps., an entirely new stock of goods
consisting of BOOKS of almot every description. Sta
tionery of all kinds, Envelopes, Steel Pens,
Also a large assortment Of WALL PAPER, WINDOW
BLINDS, various prices,
and a great variety ofNOTIONS
AND FANtiY.ARTICLES; Picturee, Fans, Vases, Lad( • .
and Hisses Baskets, Ac.. Fancy Soap end Perfumery.
Also a good Assortmeneof Worsted, Shetland Wool, &c.
and a great variety of goads too numerous to Insert to
which they invite the attention of the Public, and re
spectfully solicit a share of the patronage.
Plea , e call and examine our stock.
June 17,'63. WATSON & SON.
tAN - ELECTION FOR OFFICERS
and MANAGERS of the Cumberland Valley Rail i
Company, will be held at the Company's Office, In i
Chambersburg, on Monday flii.Sth day of October-mat, s
between the hours of 10 A. M. and 4P.M. , . * !
sop liAt . , E. M. BIDDLE,EIecoi. -
Zbe Utpositimv, 41)ennbaslaurg, fta.
- Legal- 11,0tjtegi.
A JOINT RESOLUTION PRO
La. POSING CERTAIN AIIENLaiENTS TO THE
Be it resolved by the Senate and Houseof Represents:,
'foes of the Gliontsonweeith of Itnneyirania in General
Assembly mt, That the following amendments be propo
wil to the Constit ation of the Commonwealth, in accord
ince with the provishme of the tenth article thereof:
There shall be an additional section to the third article
.f the Constitution, to be designated as section four, as
SECTION 4. Whenever any of the qualified electrrs . of
.:hie Commonwealth shall be in any actual military ser
vice, under a requisition from the President id tne:Uni
• ed States, or by the authority of this Commonwealth,
. <nob electors may exercise ti e right ot snffrage in all
r elections by the citizens, under such regulations as are,
r shall be, prescribed by law, as fuly as if they were
Jresent at their liana( place of election.
There shall be two additional Sections to theelryentb
.rticle of Constitution, to be designated as tomt ions eight
i and nine', as follows:
Stories S. No bill shall be passed by the Legislature
-ontaluing more than 0120 slaltfect, which shall be clearlv
.xpl esti-4 in the title, except appropriation bills.
Scenes 9. No bill shall I.e passed by the Legislature
.ranting any powers, or privileges, In any case, where
.he Authority to grant such powers, or privileges, has
Keen, or may hereafter be, conferred upon the ,courts of
his Commrnwealth.• 'JOAN CESSNA,
Speaker of the Rouse of Representatives.
JOEIN P. PENNEY,
- Speaker of the Senate.
°Mee OP THE Seel:MS.(l(r oP TIIE,CO3I3IONWE3I.SH,)
liarrisburg.July I, 1863. f
reennyhrania, ildu hereby ccrti!y that the fore•
golrig and .trinexed In a full. true and correct
• e. }e•'py of the original Joint Resolutions 0 . the
general Assembly, entitled "A Joint Resolution
• .roposinir certain Amendments to thedunstitution,"As
ho same remains on the in this office.
r In testimony whereof, 1 have hereunto set 'my bend,
•nd caused the seal if the Secretary's office to be affixed,
lie day and year above written. ELI SLIVER,
July 15, 63-to S , vreta ry of the anninorweatth.
.tREGISTER'S - NOTICE.—AII per
sona interested will please take notice, that the
Blowing Accountants hate filed their Accounts in the
Register's °Mee of Franklin county, and that the same
will be presented to the Orphans' Court for confirmation,
2bczday. the 6th day of October next, at the Com t
tlou,e, in Chntnbersburg:
325. The first it d finalvAcconnt ofDarbi nicks, Exec
utor of the lent will and testament of John CO6Ly, late
of Antrim township, dec'd.
394. The first and final Account of David B. Tenley,
Administrator of James Tenley; late of Warren town
321. The first and final Account of John- S. Zimmer
man and Jacob S. Zimmerman, Administrators of Jacob
.723. Vie second Account of Samuel Th and,George W.
Rininbaugh. i Administrators of the Estate' of Jvseph
329. The first anti final Account of John C. Retz. Ad
ministrator of DaYid Rots, late of Largen two., deed.
sep 9 M. C. /SOTO, Register.
NOTlCE.—Dissolution of Co-Part
nership.—The C.epartuerspip heretaire'existing
under the firms and style of WUNDERLICIi, IQEAD &
CO.. at Chnmbor•hurg. Pa.. and SCIII4IIIIiT, WUN
DER:LICK & po.. Greencastle, Pa , wair on the Ist day
of , eptember.lB6.3. dissolved by mutual cmseut, The
'Books of the late firm at Lhambersburg will remain in
the hands of Wunderlich & Nead for, collection; the
Booxs at Greencastle are in the hands ctA. F. Scbafbirt
for settlement. All persons knowing themselves in
debted to either of the above firms, will please call with.
out delhy and make payment, as the Books must he set
tled without delay. D. K. WUNDERLICH,
BRN.I. F. liklAD.
sep 9-fit AL - 1...X. F. SCIIAFiIIRT.
NOTICE OF INQUISITION.—To
JohnsOn„ , Solomon, Noah, .1 1 4 Heron, Catharine, Elia
Mica: (inter-married with John Fleck); residing In the
county of Franklin, Pa, John, residing in the county of
Cittnberlarl, Ya., and Gideon, residing in the -county of
Shelby, Tetinesiee,hei rs and legal represe t ati Yee of Wm.
Varner. late of Fannett township, Franklin county, Pa.,
deed : You aro bet etiy notified that I will halo nn Inqui
sition on the Reid Estate of said deceased, is,, Tuesday,
the 6th day of October. 1568. at 10 o'clock. A. M., on the
premises, when and whete yon may attend if yin think
proper. (sew 1641t] SAMUEL BRANDT, Sheriff.
A ITDITOR'S NOTlCE.—Estate of
David F. Robison, Esq., deed.—The u ndersigned
ititig been appointed by the Orphans' Court of Frank
lin county, an Auditor to distribute the loiLance in the
hinds of Mrs. Ann E. Robinson, Executrix of David F.
Btnhie ,n, decerasPd. among the creditors of said deceased,
will attend stt Lis Office, in the Borough of Chambers
burg. on Wednesday. the 30th of September,lB6l, at 10
o'clock, A. M., for the purpose of his appointment. at
w filch time the creditors of said deceased will present
their claims, or be debarred from receiving any share of
said balance. [seplB] I. li. WCAlttlY. Anditdr.
DISSOLUTION OF PARTNER
SHIP.—Thepart nership heretofore existing under
the name and style of bltillL & GORDOtt,in the Sad
dle and firmness business, in Chembendlirg. wee dissolv
ed by mutual consent On the 14th d.ty of August. 1863.
The Books will remsin in the hands of C. 11. Gordon,
by whom the business will hereafter be conducted.
Persons knowing themselves indebted to the old firm
will please call and settle their accounts. '
D. W BUSTER DIEIIL,
son 9 at CYRUS II; 0011 DON.
Not ice is hereby given that Letters of.administra
tiou on the Estate of Peter Heed. late-of Green township
d-c'd. have been granted to the undersigned, residing in
.Faettevillt, in said township.
All porsoum knowing tlieruselvem indebted to said Es
tate will please make immediate p4tyniotit: anal those
having claims will present them properly authenticated
far sett lenient.
ang•2 , 3* . .T ACO 11 13. P.(11)11. adm'r.
is hereby given that Letters Testamentary to the
Minte of Samuel Stouffer, late of St. 111411114$ township,
deed. have been granted to. the undersigned. residing
in. aid township.
All persons knowing themselves indebted to Paid Es
tate will please make immediate payment; and those
having chants will present them properly 'authetpteated
au 19-Gt AN Ft STOUFRlM.Xxerntrix.
uj is hereby given that Letters Testatilentary to the
)state of Henry Brubaker, late of Petrre township.
deed. have been gran: ed to the undersignekiesiding in
- All persons knowing themselves indebted to said Es
tate will please make immediate payment ; and those
having claims will present them properly authenticated
for settlement. HENRY I11:111I3A KER. 1 v .,
'Hug 96 • DAVID KELLER, • f
A I) MINISTRATOR'S , NOTICE.-
~ Notice is hereby g, e s of Ailininie
tration on the Estate of Absalom iidietter t late of ()mi
lord township.deed. lii c been* granted , to the under
signed, residing in the I mug)] oft lionibersbnrg,
All persons knowing the yea indebted to said Es
tate will please make immediate payment; and those
having claims will present them properly antbenticated
sing 19 JOHN HUBER, Aduer.
in herebygir.n that Letters Testamentary to the
Fresrk Zullinger. of Lotterkenny township,
dec'd, have been granted to the undersigned.
All persons indebted to thu maid Estate. are hereby re.
gliented to Make immediate fia3 meta . and those having
ollinta or demands against the Estate of said decedent
will make known filename without delsy, to
JOHN ZULLINGER. Harrisburg. Pa..
Sept 2-Bt* Executors.
Notice is hereby given rite, Letters of Adulinistra
tool on the Estate of Henry Holler. tate of tairgairtown
ship, deed. have been granted to the undersigned, resit!.
log in St. Thomas township.
Al: persons indebted to the said Estate are requested
to make immediate payment, anal those having claims
or demands against the Estate of the said detedent will
make known the same without delay, to
sep 2 PETER C ROLLER, Adm'r.
EXECUTORS' NOTICE. -TOM
is heriihy given that Letters Testainentary to the
')state of Abraham Carbangh, late of Antrim township;
deed, have been granted to the undersignspl, residing In
All persons knowing themselves indebted to said Es
tate will please make immediate payment; and, those
Laving claims will present them properly authentica ted
for settlement. ABRAHAM OARBAUGH, Jr..} Be rt ,.
Sept ADAM ZARGEB., -
V ai X.ECUTOR'S NOTlCE.—Notice
la hereby given that-Letters Testamentary to the
Meat. of John Trltle, late of Guilford' township, deed,
have been granted to the undersigned, residing In said
All persons Indebted to the said Estate, are requested
to make immediate payment, and those having claims
or demands against the Estate of decedent, will make
known the same, without delay, to
Sept 16* HENRY TITLE, Executor.
is hereby given that Letters Testamentary to the
state of Jan Mull, late of Green township, deo'd, have
been granted to the undersigned, residing In said twp.
All persona knowing themselves Indebted toasid Es
tate:Are requested to make Immediate payment, - and
those having claims, present them properly anthenti
eated for settlement.
sept 28 •
JOHN TOUST, Hz's.
Ikea. Ootate ,Saltg.
PUBLIC SALE.—There will be sold
by Public Sale. on the premises in Green towns*,
two miles S. East of Scotland, 011 Tuesday, 6th of Ckto
ber,lBl3. the following lt eal Property. late the'Estate of
John MMI, ilec'd, viz: A TRACT OF LAND, containing
6 ACRES. The Improvements nonsist of ii two-storied
Weatherboartled HOUSE. Frame Stable, and all the nec
essary out-buildings. There is a Well of excellent Water
on the premises, and an ORCHARD of choice Fruit.
Also, etZhe same time will bo sold, a general assortment
of HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN FU RNITURE, consist
ing of Beds Bedding, and Bedsteads, Bureaus. Tames,
Chairt3,tliests,Stoves, Glass China. Queens and CNekery
Ware. Kettles, Pots. Pans, an' mange other articles nut
enumerated. Also,' TUN OF HAY.
Sale to commence at 11 o'clock, when the terms will
be mu de known by [sept 16 4 1' JOHN YOST, lilt.
CHISTIAN SMAL,'Anetioneee. ' •
PUBLIC' SALE.—By virtue of an
Order of the Orphans' Court of Franklin County,
there u ill be exposed to Public &Ile. on the premises, on
Sutartioy. - the loth day of October, at 2 o'clock, P. 3.1., the
following R al Estate. late the property of Peter Reed,
dec'd: A LOT OF GROUND in Fayetteville,sofeet front
by 240 feet deep, on which is erected a two-story FRAME
DWELLING - .IIOUnE, with n Frame Back Building at
tached. Also, a Frame Stable. This property is in good
condition, and will make a - desirable residence. The
purchaser can obtain possession by the tat of November
Terms and conditions will be made known on the day
of sale. by [sepla-3t : .1 . - , COII fl. (001 C. Adm'r.
DUBLIC SALE.—The subscriber
will sell, by Public Sale, at his residence, lu
township, hoar Stouter d: Strickler's Paper Mill, on
Thursday, the lit of October, next, the following Person•
,at Property, viz: TWO GOOD COW'S. 15 head of Hogs;
1 Spring Wagon ; 1 Threshing Machine ; 1 Wheat Fan;
1 Cutting Box, and a number of Farming Implements.
hIU. a vmlety of household and Kitchen FURNITURE,
viz: Bedsteads Bedding Cupboards, one &day flock:
Cnuk and ten-plate Stoves, Dishes, and a great variety
of articles nut necessary to enumerate.
Sale 010 o'clock, when the terms will be madeknown. -
sept D.ts JOHN cTOUFER, Sr.
PUBLIC SALE.—WiII be sold at
Public Sale, on Tuesday. Me 13Th of October. next,
a valuable THREE STORY 13RIcK 110121 SE. situated on
•Wext Market St.; Chambersburg, near the diamond,
(being N 0.5 of Franklin Buildings,) and formerly the
property ot John Liggett. deed.
The property ism good repair, nail In a good situation
for public business.
TERMS :—One-fourth of the purchase money on the
confirmation of the sale ; one-half OD the 110 of April
next. (when the Been will be made) and the ballance In
;one year thereafter, with interest.
, sept 9-4,t r'. THOS. J. WRIOTIT..Ad
FA FOR SALE.—The' under-
sign'al will sell at Private 'Sale. hie FARM, con:
mining 164 ACRDS, more of good- quality of
LI3IFISTONI" LAND, in a good state of cultivat ion. The
improvements good; well watered, and Young Orchard
beginning to bear. I deem it unnecessary tqsay more,
ha any person wishing to purchase can iteelor himself.
Till-. Farm lo situated about 134 miles flonth-west of Up
ton. Franklin county. Pa. [serl,tilt) .7011 N STONED.
PROPERTY AT PRIVATE SALE;
.-A flue two story BRI' K HOUSE. in Clarksville,
anima new..will be sold very low. There aro SIX 0001)
ItOO3lS in the house. and also a Wash (louse and Cistern
in the Yard. Enquire of , J. S. BRAND or
sera tt.lm C. M. lillltiqiTT.
IN FRANKLIN COUNTY!
The People of Franklin County,
_ without Distinction of Party: ,
Who are in - -favor of
SUSTAINING TUE GOVERNMENT
Armed Traitors in the South
Secret Foes at Home;
Who will Sustain
The Brave Soldiers in the Field
The Life of the Republic •
"Honored Nationality: •
Who favor the Election
GON7. ANDREW G. CURTIN.
! Fnithful and Patriotic Executive
are requested to '
ATTEND DISTRICT 'MEETINGS
at the following named 'places
MERCERSBURG ..... ......... Wednesday-, Sept. 23;
LOUDON Thursday. do 24,
ST. THOMAS Friday., do 25,
STRASBURG Saturday. do :11.
FAY ErrEv ILIA.: - do do 'lli,
FANNETTSBURG Monday do '.l.t.
DRY RUN Tuesday. .d o 2.9.
CONCORD Wednesday. do 30.
SULPHUR SPRING .
. -.•. . ....Thursday, October 1.
(2 o'clock. P. M.) • *
ROXBURY' Thursday, do -1.
OR EENVILLAGE Friday do 2.
OR RSTO Saturday do 3.
All the above meetings will be held in -the
evening, excepting Sulphur Spring.
Good Speakers will be in attendance at each
of thetneetings mentioned above. Other meetings
will shortly be announced. JOHN STEWART, ,
Sep. 9. '63-td Chairman Union County Com.
N 10.14 MASS MEET I NGS.—
uNioxx STITE Commirrs. Roolti.—‘sqti•mbvr 9,
GOVERNOR CURTIN. in company 'with distinguished
orators from ioljoining State...wilt aildrese the people of
eetinsylvania at the times itinl places named in the fol
At BEAVER, Beaver county, FRIDAY, Sept. 25th.
At W ASIIING TON, Wash instini county, SATURDAY,
At INDIANA, Indhuitt county. Al OND,IY. Sept. 28th.
At WILKESBAIUIE, Luzert4e county, ,wt:p ESDAY,
At SCRANTON, Luz:erne county, THURSDAY, Oat.
At TOWANDA, Bradford county, SATURDAY, Octo
ber :xi. '
At BELLEFONTE, Centre county, 'rtESTfAY, Oaf>.
At YORK. York county, WEDNESDAI. October 7th.,
A'tItEADLNU, Berks. county? TIIURSDAy, October
At POTTSVILLE, Schuylkill county, FRIDAY, Octo-I
At P/lILADELPIIIA, SATURDAY, October 10th.
We have teasonable hopes of having in the ptudliw
canvass the sid - of
Governor JOHNSON. of Tennessee.
tiovernorPlUhPONT. of Virginia.
Clove' nor ItiIADFORD. of Maryland.
JOGS BRAWL; /I the next Governor of Ohio.
lion. DANIEL S. DICRINSON, of New York.
Guu. MIAs., of Illinois.
Oen. BUTLER. of Massachusetts.
And many other distinguished gentlemen. including
many eloquent advocates of the holm' Cans. in Penn- ,
sylvania. No passible a mitts will be spared to secure 119[
full and thorough a dl,cuseiuu of the momentneus Issuesi
now snlanitted to the peoplo its'the - brief pa h] noir re-'
maining will nitow.nn.. it fsettfoiuedup<n ell friends of
the Union cause to secure the attendance of their leßo'w
citizems upon tic.. °Alone. . - 1
WAYNE McVEAGII, Chairman. 1
GEO. W. TIANIEMBLY,}
W. W. Win, Secretaries.
,Stranell 'attlr *tolett.
r v if - 1 HEAD OF SHEEP LOST.-- 7 ;
e Iv Strayed from the residence of the subseriber,l
hiring near New Guilford, from 40 to .ildfhead,nf Sheep,
marked with the letter N with tar on their side. Any
pereone having strayed sheep, with therabove mark, oni
their premises, will please give information by address
lug N. W. 'SULLENB&RGEN. •
ang 124 f New Guilford P. 0., Franklin 00., Pa.
2r, REWARD.—StoIen from-th
i ir pastnre field of the sub rlber, on Friday
n ght the 7th inst., 4 miles east of C h ambersbnrg e
‘ T )
Gettysburg Pike, Marge Black liorse,B years old; awe.;
Hayed in the left shoulder, but does not go lame ; walkd
wellin harness or under the saddle. The above reward
will bo paid for any information leading to the recovery
of the horse by ANDILEW J. LOCH/MUM. I
nag 12 . •
:USTRAYS—Came to th epremises
_Ed the aubscriber, in Quincy. on or about the 25th dt
August, TWO HEAD OF CATTLE. one a Red Steer, with
a few white spots , supposed to be 4 or 5 years oltl; the
other a Black White Spotted Maley fielter t ubout 3
years old. The owner is requested to prove property,
pay charges and take them away. L. C, KEPNER.;
Sept 104 t
STORE ROOM AND CELLAR
FOR RENT.—The largo store Room and 0 ellaf, e4r.
ner Main and Washington streets, is offered for Notr.
Poesossionsiven Immediately Apply to _ _ • • i
eep R. P. atli*BT!' • -
meal est Ate *des.
TRUSTEE'S- SALE.—There. - will
be sold at Annie Sr,le, on the premises, in Quincy
township, on Thursday AJe Ist day of October, 1863, the
following Farm,-late the Estate of Nancy hirtes, dec'd,
A Tract of 160 ACRES and 85 PERCAES and allow
ance of Land, adjoining lands of Samuel Beata. Henry
Besore, Levi Senders, and Robert MeDvany, on which
are :erected a large two Story Stone DWELLING HOUSE,
Stone Earn, Stone Spring House, three Tenant Rouses
and other building, There is a fine Yachts Orchard
growing , on the premises. About 100 Acres clear and
under good cultivation. The Timber growing is of the
best. - The farm is well watered by Antietem creek, and
the cattle can reach ,trat.r in all the fields except utter.
The road front tharnbetsbarg to Waymesbeiro' passes the
door, and the dwelling is but three miles from - the latter
place. The land is of the best LIME STONE quality.
There is a running and never failing fountain in the
"ITEMS OF SALE: One-third of the purchase money
to he Raid down at confirmation of Sale: the remainder
to he paid in three equal annual payments. bearing in
terest from date of confirmation. Fifa payment, st
April, 1661; second, let April, 1661; third, let April,
1866. • DANIEL MYt• HE,
VALUABLE FARM - FOR' SALE.
—The subscriber offers at Privste 't , ale, his FARM,
situated about 4 mile from Quincy, containglsl ACRES .
14uf which is in TIMBER and thriving Chestnut. %
of the Perm is of Oa best gual ity of LIMESTONBLAND
and all m a high state of cultivation. The improve
mentstire a large BRICK HOUSE, with portico and
porches, a new BRICK BANK BA ItN.Su feet long, with
Wagon Shed and Corn Crib attached, double Frame
narriage llouse,Brick Wash House. Smoke louse, hake
Oven, and ad necessary ontbnildings 2 in good repair.
There is a large Cistern close to the Barn, used for Stoxk
and one near the kitchen. Thore is a Well of excellent
water in tilt yard. There is also a variety of choice
Fruit, such as Pears, Plums, peaches and Grapes in the
yard. There i s also a good ORCHARD ofyoung thriving.
Fruit on the premises
Persons wishing to view the land via do so by calling
on the subseribet ,or any Information respecting It Call
be obtained by calling on Geo. J. Ilalsley, County Trees.
titer. INPIA JOHN MIDDOWER.
VALITABLE FARMT OR SALE-
Me undersigned offers at Private Sale. a valuable
LIMESTONE FARM. situated on the Mercersburg and
Hagerstown road, four miles South of the former place,
in the Welsh Run District, containing ONE HUNDRED
AND NINETY-SIX. ACRES, 140 of which are cleared—
in a high state of cultivation—the balance choice Tim
"her Land: The Conococheagne Creek bonds the Farm
on the - North, and there are two Wells of good Water on
Ihe premises—one atthe House and one at the Barn
The Improyegients are, a- twi.story ROUGH CAST
HOUSE, a good STONE BANK BARN. with Corn Crib
and Wagon Shed attached, and all necessary out build
ings. There is, also, i good ORCHARD of grafted 1 , 71
on the premises.
If the Farm - is not Sold by the let day of fiber
next. - -it will, on that day, at 1 o'clock, P. M., be o red at
Persons wishing to view the premises can so at any
time, by calling on the undersigned, resiclin • thereon.
.-. Sept. 2,1863. J. WAT' o N CRAIG.
Public Sale;on t,
uay of September, nex!
valuable Beal Propert
dec'd.. viz A 'FR.ACT
stone) containing 110
Franklin County, Po.,
castle to Mercersburg-
door—and in the inim
About 80 Acres are cl
good fences; the ret_ 3red. The Im
provements consist/ a good Stone Dwelling house. Log
Barn, and other o •burdings; a Well of excellent wirer
failing water convenient to the dwelling, &c. There is,
also, on the premi l los,a thriving young Apple *Orchard.
TT I.:RMS.—One-third of the purchase nionny to remain
in the laud duringthe lifetime of the Widow, the inter
eSt to be paid to her "semi-annually: $2,500 in hand, and
tie balance in two equal aunnal payments, bearing in
terest: the unpaid purchase money to be secured by
Judgment on the property.
cunisnAN M. STONER,
DAVID M. STONER,
I sep 2-4t* ; Executors of henry Stoner, deed,
ALUABLRFARM AT PUBLIC
SALE.—The '' undersigned, Executor of Malachi
Br ndle. fats of St. Thomas township, decd, will offer
at Public Sale. on Saturday, the 10th day of October,
next. TILE MANSION FARM ot said deed. sitnate i St.
Thomas township. Franklin County Pa.. about two miles
South of the village of St. Thomas. adjoining- lands of
Wilson's heirs, ohn Miller and others, containing 254
ACRES and alloy nee of LIMESTONE LAND. This
Farnr Is eligibly a ted with a stream of RUNNINti
WATER throng and a NEVER-FAILING SPRINO
Clear the, house. The improvements consist di .4
large two-story Stone House. a Stone Bank Barn, Wegirs
;heti, Corn Crib and other necessary out: uildingi.
~ lso. two tenant Uprises rind all Orchard of choice Fruit
Trees. such as apples, pears. peaches. cherries. Sc.
I About fifty acres are in good tLiiiiiiir and about fifty is
I Any person wishing to view the premises before the
day of sale alit call on the subscriber residing about
One-Waif mile west of St. TIMMS.
i Salo to commence at 1 o'clock, A. M. Terms made
known on day ofsale by , FREDERICK 0 ELWICKS,
nog 20-ts • Fx'r of Malachi Brindle, ilec'd.
VA - L [TABLE S TEA 'Ai TANNERY
FOR SALE.—The undersigned will sell at Private
ISalejlis TANNERY, known an the Corner Tannery, with
, stmun and water-ptncbr. Saw Mil i, Chopping 31111, Stocks
for breaking hides, &c: The Tannery has 8 ieerbas- 32
vats, 2 limes and water-pooL and is capable of tanning
800 heavy hides a year. There are two Log Dwelling
Rouses. Barn. Stable nud other necessary out build ngs
connected with the Tannery, and abort!. 6u Acres cleaned,
with good fruit. Ile will sell any quantity of laud with
the Tannery. from 100 to 700 Acres. 0- er 600 Acreff are
Timber,and an ample'supply of 't_hesnut Oak Bark to
run the Tannery for fifty years. It is situated about•
7 miles South-west of Mercetsburg, onlicking Creek.
Terms made stay. Possession will be given this fall If
necessary:. For further particulsrs address the under
signeil, at Mercersburg, Franklin county, Pa.
tom 12, 83•tf C. METCALF.
VALUABLE MILL PROPERTY
FOlt SALE.—The subscriber desiring to retire
from b cas inessoners at p ri vote sale his V ALE LEL E MILL
Property, situate on the. Conecocbeague Creek. nt
`4 l .cotlantLfP , e tulles North of Chambeysburg. The Mill
lass three run ft Burrs and is in good order for home and
merchant work. Ms situated in one of the best grain
growing regions of Southern Pennsylvania.; and convo
float to churches and schools. There are about seven.
teen Acres of land connected with the Mill. nearly all
cleared and good Meadow Land, and under good fence.
A large two-story Weather-hoarded OWELLING HOUSE
and other out buildingn, and congdorable trait are on the
property.. Tlr, vitas teked is $5.000. while the nett
earnings of the mill thiring the last year was above $7OO.
Fur particulars apply to the subscriber residing VD the
premises. -JOHN SLEICHTEIL
ATALUABLE TAVERN STAND'
FOR SALE.-' The undersigned offer at Private
S4lO, the well known Tavern, situated on the corner of
Market and Second -Streets, now in Vie occupancy of
Sheriff Brown. The Hotel is a large commodious two
story brick building. The yard attached is admirably
arranged for travellers stopping with buggies and
wagons. The stable- is large and airy, and capable of
accommodating from 50 to 60 head of horses. The out
buildings such as Wash House. Spring I:louse:Ice House.
itc.. makes it the most desirable Autel in the county.
Its near location th the Rail Bond, Court House, Bank,
and busmen places, rcnde:s It the Most pleasant_ and
convenient stopping place In town.
Persons desiring to purchase, can see the premises and
learn the terms of sale by calling onthe undersigned.
sept. 2-tf ;S. 3i. WORLEY.
VA.LITELE FARM FOR SALE.—
The maim sign-K1 affer at Private Sale, a - valuable
LIMESTONE FARM. situated in Welsh Run district,
134 miles S. E.of Bowles Stores.consisting of 146 AGUES
110 11 which is cleared and in a good state of cultivation
and the balance is fine TIMBER LAND . The improve.
meats are•a new two story BRICK fIOUSEZnew Bank'
Barn, and all necessary outbuildings. There is a good
Well of never• Tailing water at the house. There Is also
a good Orchard of Grafted Fruit on the premises.
If the farmislnot sold by the 10th of October, it all
be exposed at Public Sale at 1 o'clock. Persons wishing
to view the premises can do so by calling at the farm or
the residence of J. WATSON CRAIG, Welsh Run.
Sept. 2. aso. NVIJONVELL, Chambersburg.
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE AT
11 PI7BLICSALE.—The undersigned, Administrator
on the Estate of Albertna A. Belt, late of Antrim town
ship, dec'd, will ..fifer at Public tale, on Saturday, the 26th
day of September, neat, the following described Real
Estate of said decedent,)ituate in Antrim township,
Fninkl In county, three miles south of Greencastle, near
the Turnpike leading from Greencastle to Williamsport,
adjoining lands of Powoll's belts and Jacob Lesher, con
taining about three fourths of an ACRE. This tract of
land is beautifully located, having thereon - a fine dwell
ing HOUSE, Stable, and other necessary outbuilding*,
making it a desirable property. -
Sale to commence at 1 o'clock, A. hi., when the terms
will be made known by JACOB LESIIER, -
sept 9, Adm'r.
TWO HOUSES FOR SALE.—The
undersigned offers at Private Pale, TWO LOT.Vn
Fayetteville, one of the lota having thereon erected:a
new two storie double FRAME HOUSB, and the other
a one and ahalf storied house. The property le desirably
located for business, or as a private dwelling, being in the
neighborhood of the Academy and opposite Brown's
Hotel Poraons wishing to view the property can do ao
by calling upon Dr. Fahrney, the present ocenpant,or the
Terms made to suit purchaser.l.o 94l .7NO. G. lllOUdial.
Iltat (cow *airs.
VALUABLE RE A T 1 ESTATE FOR
T SALZ--The linderalgeed, Elrentoris .of :hm*
Beatty and also of Owtharinir Beatty. late of 113133103
township, deed, will offer at Public 8310, on the treadle*
on the days mentioned, the following described Brad Br
late, to sit:
' Ors Thwralay, The 15th day of adokrow4-
on the Mansion Parrs. at 10 o'clock. A. M., said 1111AN
SION FARM, consisting of a tract of - situate *tient
live uillee Northrenst of Greencistlo, in said loasaldp,
bounded - 17 lands of James Davidam. C. Breebbill, E t n T7
Wenger, ancob and George Specimen and others, cell..
Mining 152 ACRES more ca. less. 'with a large tit assorted,
STONE DWELLING 11017 SE. a large Stone Bank Dar%
Corn Crib, and other outbuildings thereon. Tbere le a
nerrer-faillng Well of Water on said Farm with a Pinny
in it. Alan—There is on paid lanai a hags- °ROMANI) all
choice Pruit Trots. -
At the same time will be offered at Pnblie PAN a
TRACT OP LAND In the eerimauey of Samna Gearkstrt,
bounded by lands of Col W. E. DPEnight, the Illetudati
Farm, lands of John Drove and others, containing' Fla
ACRES wore orleer; on whirl fintii is erected a .0O21.•
modicum STONE -DWELLING' HOWE, a flute hank
Darn built of brick. end other improvements. 'Miro in,
an exellatir Spring of Water and a good APPLE DEMI.
ARD on raid land.
Also, on said day: a TRACT OF LAND known as Mho
Lind Farm," adjoiningthe one last above described. lands
of John Grove. Benjamin Chambers. Esq.. John Reefer.
and oth ere. containing 260 ACRES with a tura storied
LOG 1101188 and an excellent Btone think Barn. A EMT
Stream of Water, runs throng -
There will be also offered
next, on the premises; at 10
LAND, situate in said tostro
"Johnston Farm." bound,
Jacob and .101tnFirstntz
more or loss, with a STOT
Spring itoireti thereon.
an excellent Spring of
- Each of said Farms will
measure. said Farms have
ply of goal Thnlmr:
The terms will Le mad
Sept 9-ta Bier of Catharine Beatty, deed.
`Waynesboro Ree • copy and send bill to this office.,
PUBLI SALE.—By virtue of, ton
Order o the Orphans' Court of Franklin county, •
there will li • exposed to Public Sale. on thepremiees,en
Suturdlythe 2eth dag of September, of 1 o'clock, P.M.,
the RAN, mg , valuable Real Estate. late the prep.-rty of
Daniel-Cramer, deed, viz': The MANSION FARM, situ
atod4u the toad leading from Strasburg to Itextmry,
abeet two and a half miles from the former place. tun
. fling 10e ACRES of geod Slate Land.lov of which in
cleared and in a hign state of cultiTntion. and enclosed
with goo( fence. The ImproTemeott are - n two story
Log lionse, a - good frame Barn, and all the necessaty
out•huildings. a Well of excellent Water near the Da oil
ing and running Water thro' the Farm. Twenty At
of ,this Form is good Iltatlow. It has alto lt nn
ardof excellent Fruit. Thin irn Tery , desirable proper
ty, being within a mile and a hall of three flrst-clare
Grist Mills. Persons desirous of purchasing will do well
to call and examine the property previous today of sale.
Should it not basold r it will bo offered for Rent on sense
day, fur the period of one yearlrera the Ist of April
TERMS OY SALE.—Onehalf on deliTkrs of title tke
balance-En twq equal annual pnyments, secured by Jittlir•
inept on the property, with interest. •
aug 10-ts S. R -PA.3TERSON Adm'r.
ie sold by
:rday. the 211th
, the following
torti passes the
4,7 r There will also be exposed to Public gale, on the
same day, two Tracts of Land, Welt tt.verril with Tim
ber. situate in tite same township, aboitt two miles frbm
the Bret named property, one of which containsbU Acres
and 3- 10 Pornises the other,l7 Acres and 29-Perchell, -
and will be sold separate or together. to suit purchnsete-
TERMS :—Ontehalf on delivery of Deed, the balance
In three equal sunned payments; with interest.
8. It. PATT NILSON Agent.
C. SPITAL„ Auctioneer. -
ACHANCE NO MAKE MONEY
The undersigned offer at Private Sale, on accom
wuonting terms, all thatralhable TRACT OF LAND situ
ated in ht. Thomas township, Franklin Comity, t
miles Nottlrivest of the village of Si. Thomas. bounded
by lauds ofD. Wilson's Heirs, Wra: Freaner, Darr; and
About 100 Acresof this Tract are clmarell and in a flue
state ofcultivation, the whole of which has been thor
oughly limed within the last few years; the balance to
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 consist of
a good, two-storied Log and Frame DWELLING ROUSH.
A yiNE RANK RARE. erected last summer: a Water-
Power SAW- MILL, and a STA VE and SILINOLR MILL,
drivepby a small Steam Engine, and other necessary
The above Property offers great inducements to pur
chasereof Real Estate. It is located in a finely Timlered
region:and as the demand for Lumber, Staves, Shingles,
Am., is and Will continue on the increase, an ewsrcette -
businessmen could not fail to make Money out of the
many advantages it possesses. Persons desiring to in
vest in a valuable, Property are invited _to view tbts,
Salisbury Shearmais, reabling thereon. will give any In
formation that niel be desired. POSSOVIiO/1 , van bo bad
June 17, '63.
D3iINISTRATOR'S S A•L E.—
There wilt be exposed to sale. by way of Public
ou,,ry, on the premises. in the Doreugh of rhamtent
burg. CM Saturday. thc Sri r f Octob:r. 1863, the following
Real Estate. late the Estate of henry Flintier, el, ed,
A LOT OF GROUND, fronting 64 feet on Queen street.
Chambersbure, with' tedepth southward of 192 feet ad'.
jdning-J.T liosklnson Led. and lion. Wilson Berney,
'West. The property will be sold In two parts. and will
be eroded by a line run through the centre of the b t
from Queen street, giving to each pot that 32 feet by lid.
The west half adjoining lion. Wilson Reilly.has erected
oil it a WEATUERI3OAItDED DWELLING BOWIE. mill
the east half. adjoining J. T. Iloskinsom hat also erected
thereon a WEATIIERBOARDED' DWELLING
TIM property,is pleasantly situated and in a Ter, desire.
hie location. and the title is good.
A right of way to the Pump and the right to the u$
the water of the Well w'll Le reverted for "the use of the
purchaser of the other halt
Stile to commence at 1 o'clock, o n 'paid day.
TEtt.ms :—One-bait Ist April, 1564; remainder let
April.lB66, with Interest front let April, 1864. The lota
will be sold subject-to ground nut of $1.511.
JACOB N. PLINDEIt;
Adm'r with the wino! Usury hinder, deed.
PRIVATE SALE OF TANNERY
NEAP. FAYETTEVII.L.P.---The undersigned ,
sell at Private Snle, the folioed, g described REAL Bee
TATE, to wit:
ACRES OF LAND.. t - -•
All tinder good fence rind tillable. with is good Brlel-Cl:well
hag, a wrier tilling well of i.,.r00d water near the door. is
n and Ibrashir4; Floor, a fine Orchard bearing
the bast fruit. Also
• A TANNERY
of 32IsrgeTats, 6 large Leeches with limes and pooh.,
Bark 31111, Roller, Pomp and Yu/ling Storks, all in excel
lent order. tha whole operating by WATER POWER.
Also a good Barkshed, all nusurpassed in convenience
-and labor saving.
The above property will be shown loony person on 110-.,,
plication to Jacob B. Cook of Payetteville; . or John B.
Cook of Clramberslairg. Terms will be reasonable.
June PETER COON.
PUBLIC SALE.—The're %lit be of
feral at Public Sale.`,al the prenelses. on Thursday ,
for 801 dog of October, next, at 1 o'clock, I'. that
IRACT OW LAI D. situate in St. Thomas telsosbip,. late
'the Mansion Farm of Michael Wagner. firt '4l. Wended
by lan.is 'of Joseph Christroxu,-JaSper Sta ier. Jacob
Redler. Martin Kallenian anti others, containing: 94
ACHES and 191 PERCH S. neat. 'The inlyna Tements arb
a good two story BRICK DWELLING MOUSY,. Log
Darn and other buildings, a gavel Well of mwer-failing
Water and a thriving Y ,ONO ORCHARD. Alaint ten
Acres of the tract is Timber 'and end tiftsen Acres-W.ld•
ow land. 'The terms will be made known nil the day of
sale, by - JACOB CRIDER,Adm'r-
By order of the Orphans' Court. •
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