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- The Confessions and grperioreo,pf an - 4iP-
Yls"^"7"Plibusited for tke benefit, and as a •inrning 441 d
A- CAUTION TO eYOUNG MEN : ,
N'tpaaffeC punt Nervous 7.oebliV,Pt" l :4ttte„Decay et
e_dt plying nt the game time
• _THE MEANS OF SELF CURE,._
/By otie "lido km: cured himself after being lint kin, great
greptEiro and injury through medical humbug and
By7 elc i es i ng a post-041 addressed envelope, 'single
**pie* muy. be had of the author.
diadfoid,' Kings county, E. Y.
t ins, 20,63 1
OrreettrtertfalfrUn Warkit.—NOOD ifd
nst! - Ridge Avenue, kitladelpl4t, Pki., offer for sate
*pea the most favorable Tecate, NEW and BEAUTIFUL
ogSIONS in great variety of IRO'N , RAILING (or
CIIMRTERIES, 'RESIDENCES, de., Of Wrought and
Iron, andfIALYANIZED TitON and BRASS TUB
tkil.; IRON VENANDARS, BALCONIES, STAIRS,'
COUNTERS FOUNTAINS., GATES, COLUMNS, lIITCIII.i
VNOPO:STS, LAMP , STANDS. VASES, TABLES, FLOWi
NRSTA,NpB,-SQFA'B 7 CHAIRS, STATUARY, ANIMALS .
*nit till other *On Works of a Decorative character
Pettis foivnirded for selection.. Persons applying for
came, will please State the Itol of woi t needed,• •
Madame Porter's Curattpe 8a.4 - iptAas tong
feWied the truth that thet cure first princiPles` la *ad:l
-ike-0 to there is in Science, and this Medicine hi cum !
pounded on principles lotted io the manifold .nature of
Mani Thecamof Colds is in keeping open the ports,
Airni creating a gentle internal 'warmth, and this is carol
ed by thew/ref this Medicine. Its remedial qualities
are based on Its power to assist the healthy and vigor
tniO eireulation of-blood through' the lungs; It 'enlivens
Vie muscle, audaSeista s the skin to perform Its-duties o
regulating the heat of the system, and in gently throw-
Fagot 'thOW.iste substance from the surface of the body
Ttlf . not la violent remedy, but emollient, warming.
*torching and effective. Sold -by all druggist at F 3.
and 26 tentaper bottle. [July 22.
to the A . teffering
Cosigrove, while laboring as a missionary In Japan. was
Snared of Cogsumption 'when an other means had failed
Vya, racipe obtained from a learned physician i n the great
eitybf t ddd. This reciPe has cured great nuinbers who
wore angering from Consumption, Bronchitis, Sore
Thraat,Conghs and ~ .10, 1 4. and the debility and nervous
depression canoed by these disordeira.
Otero's' of- henefitting others, I will send thisrretipe,'
svilistt !have brought home with me, to all who neied It,-
'free of charge. Address Rev. WIT. COSGROVE,
de* k 69,1 y -439 Fulton Avenue; Breaklyn, N. N.
George \ Reek 4- Co's Pivtos.—CGEstiO
*Peisros, Aug. 1503.—Air .T.-E: COULD,' N
tAtinitnut*.ets, Philo/41 Eam---llairi4 had
ragneatnpportuites of examining the Pianos made by
Messrs. George Ste •k Co... New York, &wing the past
fosuyeaFs,ln the practice of my profession as Tuner; I
renounce them the Most perfect instruments I'hare
Wier SEMI. ' •
poiat . of Ouch, equality, mad senonv torte they may
det.ieompatisea with any and all other makes, while In
tamappeztamoetave (treble notes) they are inemaparo.
6l the finest I have any knaw/edge
C. E. SARGENT, l'har of Pianos,
- —Fon Clte4tnnt St, ?Made.
Sept 21-3 in
-R.. R. R.-- 7 1.11PORTANT TO ALINERS, LODI,
barmen, isastmen, Sailors, and others. s All the medicine.
you require to protect yOu against sudden attacks of
diSeoae;iind to chre *you - if seized with any mainline
Freer, Ague, Diarrhcen, Dysentery, .Cholera, Ship Fever
Yellow Fever, Rheumetisni, Neuralgia, Strains, Sprains,
Crempi, Spasms, Bilious attacks, Braises, Cuts, Wounds,
Potion, Is Railway's Ready Relief, and Ra.dwa3's Pills.
With these two remedies gala' can protect ycnirset4es
agiqnst say disease that mny threaten, and it seized„ de
peed upon Aquick cure.
One ieaspoo . rind of Ready Relief to a wineglatifof
rater, Is more stfinalnthq, invigorating aad strengte , -
.Ifaiblf than brandy, whisky. or bitters.
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REP. ORT OF THE MARKETS
PruLittnr.rutA, Nov. 10, 1863
naint—Sales comprise about ISOO bblik. at
$8 60 for Western extra, $6 75®7 50 for old
stock and fresh ground:extra family, includ
ing 600 bbls. City Mills, Blue Ridge, on
terms kept private. The trade are btiying
moderately at $5 1377®55 75 for .superfine
s6®7 for extras; $7OB for extra family w and
-$8 60 to $lO ` bbl. for fancy brands, as in•
quality. RYE FIJOITE is scarce; and selling
in a small way &t $6 25®6 50 bbl. Coax
)that comes in slowly and is wanted at the
Late advance. _
,_:. WA-EAT—Sales of 16@17,000 bushels at
41.60(41 453 for good to prime Pennsylvania
and western reds, 110_,Iatter for amber, in-
eroding 7000 bushel .- erma,kept private,
and white, in smal t sl' 80®2. RYE
althea in slowly, i an ,11 bushels southern
sold $1 18. Cons—About ' 4000 bushels
yellow found buyers at $llOl,l 03, afloat &sin
quality. 'lo.wrs are wanted at 00e, weight,
2 0)0 1 4; few offering.
4 PRODUCE MARKET.
18 WAVOILD WOOL
12 UNNYASIILD WOOL
8 CLOVER. SEED
8 Timms' SLED 250
....41°6 FLAX SEED 3 25
12 PiRED Pz‘cties ...... 300
8 APILRLD PFACMLS 160
1 50 %tub APP2.BS 1,00
1414.4fRERSBURG FLOUR AFD GRAIN
COAMECTXD AT CHAMBEASIIIIRO MILLS
t a 11....
.REAL ESTATE AT PRIVATE_
atibscriber will sell at Private Sale s
• part ef the lower end - 61 the OLD MANSION FARM,
altasted about S intim from Greencastle. containing
about 30 A CRES, 8 etc hick is TIMBER.. adjoining :Iris.
Bade on the South and the ,Frauklin Railroad on the
tut. The improvements are a 11,4 story LOG IIOUr•E
' and *null 'Stable. A Stream of Witerpaases through
the eentreof the land.
Persona wishing to view the preinises can do so by
calling at the told Mansion Farm.. 1
' 11,,'133 tf ABRATIABItICAIIMIAN.
DROLL ESTATE SALE.—The
.dsrpit s tied, Trustee to RA :be Real Estate of Trri
- 1140 CollETWo.`will 4 expose at Public' Sale, ors Friday,
De7/6, l )cr 40,18133, nt 10 o'clock, A. M., on the premises.
* dertaln ',Lot or piece of Land. situate in the Borough' of
Cheintiersburg, tietinded and describetries follows : on the
Nolh by ,King Street, en the East by lands of Previa
ea's hairs. on the South by lands of Daniel Trostle, and
do the West by grounds of Itelfrlck's heirs, with a two
14:* 1:00411 , 101 HOUSE thereon erected.
GEO. W. BREWER,
Itriertee to sell Melt/MI Estate of Truman Cosgrove.
B the Conrt.—Wx. G. mrcriatt, Clerk. (nor 11-ta]
111, W. SCOTT; GENTLEMEN'S
op_ yuali MING May,. aud MIST MANI.IPAC.
. 1 1Y.. No . 8 14 Cbestnat'Strect. Four doors below the
Oantinental." Philadelphia, Partieularattention given
to ordered Shirts. A - perfect fit gunranteecl. Persons at
• distance can order by the following Shirt Measures -
illsesigtri , the Neck:
a " !-- -
" Ch under the Arms :
' •• " en
, Wrist :
Length of Arme(bent) fromeentre of back
to middle of hand :
Length of Bosom at Bide
STRAY, -A BRIUUT BAY COLT, sup
posed to be two years old thrs fill, came to the prem
ises of the subscriber. in Gtfiltird township, about the
last ofdahe or first of ! July last. The uvrner is requested
totem and Drove' property. pit. Charges and •take it
MB]. JO -Era C. CRAWFORD.
Fayetteville, Nov. '63.3t*
• se hereby given that Letter* Testamentdry- to the
Estate ot F litabeth Study, late of Warren township,
dec'd, have beer/ granted to the undersigned, residing in
- All persons knowing thentselves'kplebted to said Eel
ftato will pleve 'make immediate p.tyment; and. tbo=e
having claims will present them prnperly authentleated
for settlen.ent. [novlll
,dOIIN ZDINII4 . 3IAN. Ex'r.
VXIUTOR'S NOTlOK—Noti ce
is hereby given that Letter's Testarnontary - to the
Estate of Daniel Shively, late &f the Borough of Ohm
bersburg. deed, have been granted to the uni:ersigneik
residing in - said borough. ' • -
All persons k nowing themselves indebted to said Es
tate will please make immediate payment; and those
having claims will present them properlAnthentleated
for settlement. PETER SHIVELY, 1 ,
novll LEWIS WAMPLER, Ex N.
Notice is hereby given that Letters of Madras
ttation to the Estate of Nancy H. Carson, late of the
Borough of Mercersburg, deed, have been granted to the
undersigned, residing in Philadelphia; .
All persona knowing themselves indebted to said Es
tate will please make immediate p-Truent; and those
having claims Will preseut them properly authenticated
ror settlement. Dierlij ' , THOMAS CARSON, Adm'r.
NotWo is hereby given that Letters of Adminis
trutien to the Estate of AbraluunEahm, late of Letter•
penny tiwnship,dec'd, have been granted to the Under
signed, residing In said township.
All persons knowing themeelree Indebted to mid le.
tate will plaaan make* immediate 'Payment: 'and thosii
having claims will present them properly authenticated
for settlement.: - SUSAN' ,Adm'rr., '
novll ISAAC S. BRUBAKER. Adm.r.
A DMINIST RAMORS' NOTICR,-
Notice iv hereby givisn that Letters of Admit.'ltra
tt.:n tti the & bi to!! 'of Mary &inter. late -of Idontgotnery
townsh p died. have been granted to the undersigned,
residing in said township.
.• All persons knowing themselves indebted to said Es
tate pleAse- make immediate pa, ment; and those
having claims will present them properly authenticated
tor aettirwient. ABRAHAM 313LLER,
no►lt DAVID NYALEY. j ,
DMINISTIM.TOR'S . NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that Letters of Adminis•
tratiun to tho Estate of Martha Vanlenr. late of Green
township. deekl,have been granted t, the subscriber
residing in said township. -
All persons knowing themselves indebted to said Es
state will please make immediate payment; and those
having claims will present them properly authenticated
'f , r• settlement. rnoVII) WAL AL NIIPEKT, Adru'r.
Notteeis hereby given that Letters of Adminis
tration to the Estate of Catharine Shaffer, late* of Antrinc
township. dec'd, havebeeti 'granted to the undersigned,
residing in Guilford township.
Ail persons knowing themselves indebted to said Es
tate will please make .imtnediate payment; and those
having claims will present them proparly authenticated
for settlement. [noel;*] JACOB SPANGLER. Adm'r.
pußLic SALE.—The undersigned
will offer at PublirSal.. on the premises, situate
In Antrim townabip. about 3 miles South.west of Green
cradle, near the Williamsp. rt turnpike, on Thursday,
&VA day of Norm/ire, 1/13. the following Reel E s •
tate, to wit : 113 ACRE and 136 PERCHES, neat mea
sure of SLATE and GRAVEL LAND, abont4s Aoresof
which are in Timber. The 'improvements are a two.
storied BRICK HOUSE. Bank Barn and other necesszp
ry out-bnildings x and a Well of good Water.
e# Sale to chmmenco at 10 o'clock, on said dar.when
terms will he made known by - JAIIES RULE.
y IST OF - LETTERS remaining in
LA the rout Offlro at Chamberaburg. Nov.lo, 18(13:
AlexanderMollars• Etter Miss Lydis Landis Job. A
bury Ebersole D O McElbnre Samuel
Brown Benjamin Ford Mini Mary E Miller Henry
Barnes Miss Mary FletchtrStrouther McNitty Samnel
Bair Israel Finkbinder Levi Ilnoetz Silna A
Burkholder AbrmiFoase Samuel Rutter John C
Baker W. II 2 Fuller David. Reed Clifford A
Rusk 'George IFosna4stJacobli 2 Sulfenberger Min
Burk-Margaret i Gordon Henry 2 Ma-y
Coward Marla, Atetoff ' arid Stewart G (Drover
Carman Sally instinblit Joseph P Shunt Luther C
Collier William 1 Ilays Dr Jlt 4 Wenrick Richard
Day Mary Hatmaker Jacob WinteraJeseph R
Dean Lieut C A Hall. Mary Willams Harriett'
. Persons calling for the. above Lettters wilt pledi•e say
that they have been advertised. _J. W.DEAL. P. M.
VALLTA_BLE' STORIII • STAND &
STOCK OF GOODS AT PRIVATE SALE.—The
undersigned:having determined to reli nouish the H. r
antile busthems, offers at Privet. Sale. his STORE
Si AND and - DWELLING HOUSE. sitonted in the Centre
01 the town of London. Frank;in county. Pa. The Store
Stand is one of the old tat in the county; has always had
a very liberal shale of the patronage al the town and
surround rag country, and is now dein z nn excAlent bird.
fleas. The STOCK of GOODS consist of a general assort
ment of Dry Goads, Groceries. Queonsware.gc.
The Dwelling House Is large and commodious, in good
rupair, and hoe all the conveniences , : on'the lot there is
also a good Stable, Wood Shed, Corn - Crib, Wareroom,
and Smoke House, with all kinds of choice Frei?.
If desired, the Real Estate will be s..tld without the
Stock of Goods.
Persons disposed to purchase are invited to cell and
examine the premises and learn terms.
nor 11-St SAMUEL VASCF.. Sr.
VIIIIIBLIC SALE OF _REAL ES - -
be exposed at public Sale, at the res -
Mance of Q. A. Andaman, deed. in Quincy. on Friday,
the :.7th cloy of .Norember snit., the following Real -
No. I. A three storied BRICK HOTEL. with" Wank
11-iuse. Spring House, Smoke House, Bake House -and
Wood flouve attacl t e. Also, a Frame Building calcu
lated for Shoe or, Tailor Shop. with stabling suillcicient
to accommodate quite a number. f Horses.
Na. 2. A two extorted BRICK STORE HOUSE. with
Smoke Reuse eadother out buildings. Alao,a larg frame
Stable thereon erected. -
No.'. ‘ 3, A one and haltstoried LOG- nOIIiSR, !Wash'
'Rouse. die., attached, with a neverfailing Wed of-Witter
on each-of theabove properties.
No. 4. A LOT containing one and threelolth ACRES
of Land. with an excellent Frame Barn thereon.
No. 5. A LOT OE MEADOW GROUND, containing one
Any person wishing to view the premises can do so by
caillug on the undersignee,living in Quincy.
841f3 to rOnlinelader at 10 o'clock, on said day. whr;n the
terms-will be made known by • L.. C. KEPNEIt,
nov.ll • - Adair.
Du-sme -SAT/E.—The- inide - frAikp':'
ed. Administrator of-Reny I oildr , dec'd, will sell
at Public sale, on Monday, the 2liclijitkof .Ilrorember,;l663,
tho fullowing. REAL ESTATE viz;—The MA - NSION
FARM, situate on.tbe Orratown - veld, I mile North -of
Orretown. and adjoining McClellan's 51111, containing
102 ACRES and 52 PERCHES of excellent Land, In a
good state of cultivation ; the Improvements are a two
story Log House, Bank Barn and other neceesary out-
buildings. There Is a Well of good Water at the hence,
and one near the barn. There is also, two ORCHARDS.
of choice Fruit on this Farm, Also. a TRACF of LAND.
adjoining the above containmg 66 ACRESand 1 PERCH,
with a Log HMIs, Brick Ship, and Log Barn thereon
erected. There is a thriving-young Orchard on the
premises, and a Well or treversfalling Water at the hou.ss
and one at the barn. About 15 Acres o f this tract is
timber. Also, a Tract of good TIMBER: LAND, con
taining-7 Acres and 60 Porches, situated between Rox
bury and Centre Siuttre. Also, 16 ACRES and' 25 PF,It
'MIES of Mountain Land, situate in Letterketiny town
ship, two miles east of Straablux.
Persons wishing to view the above Properties. can do
so by calling on Jacob Roller, residing on the Mansion
Farm or the undersigned, residing in St. Thomas.
Sale to commence at 10 o'clock, A. AL, when the terms
Will be made - known. PETER C. HOLLAR;
nov 11 - administrator.
STATEMENT OF THE BANK
OF CH.1311341198URG, November 4tb,1863.
Bills and Notes Discounted $283,465 46
Stooks and loan- of the Commonwealth Pa... 68.247 48
D. S. 3-10 I"! ensury Notes 100.000 Fia
~ Certificates of Deposit. 320.000 00
a One year Certificates......... 19.695 .22
.........___ 439.605 22
Dne'by other D u nks- 148.219 09
Gold, (exelusive of 20.000 00-te the Common
. Wealth . - ' 85.000 09
Notes and Checks of other Banks.. 6.224 34'
Legal tendea notes 10.000 00,
Bonds and MOT tgagee • l 1 i.836 00
Coupon Bonderat (market value) 14,000 00
Judgments 22.973 46
Orouncl rents In the city of phila 10.002 87
Real Estate - 1.4.600 00
. . •
..Circuletion.. ' 484.640 00
rDepasits - ' - 299.f)52 61
Otte to 0ther8ank.......... ........ ::......... ..... ...... 6 . 451 2,.5,
... ....._ ..._ . ,
, „• -• :. :- ' ,-,
•. •* 1; 4790.616 80:
The above statement is Ptak. ateitrie to the beet (Amy. ,
"ktfewledge'sarid belief ' • • '
• G. It. NESS B NltSliltli,dohlei. l
* Sworn and subscribed before me &Justice of the Peace
in aad tor the minty of litranklin Pa. November 6 1863,
not 11 , P. HAIIM4N, J. P.
MILITATtY CLAIMS.—Notice is
hereby given by,the undersigned, Appraisers of
damages, appointed by the Court of Common Pleas of
Dauphin county.lPenna.. that they via meet citizens of
Franklin and Fulton. Counties. at the COURT ILOUSE,
in Clionthenfhorg.' Pa., on the lith kitty of
.A 7 j readier,
1883, to hear and determine ALL CLAIMS Slit damages
against the Gov& nment byseason or the occurarion or
trespass on lends by the militia forte of this C'nil°n
wee ith In September. 1862. Also. Pr Ions& and damages
of Horses. Wagons or othi r property impressed into the
fforsloe of the United States for the useof the Anderson
Cavalry in September. 1852. and for injuries sustained by
reason of th# rebel raid in October, 1862. according tti the
provisions of the act of assembly id the 22nd of April.
1863. A. 0. MESTER.
Ilarrisbnrg.ta. Nov. 6,'63-1t A.ppi Risers:
PUBLIC SALE. OF REAL ES
TATE.--The ettlivriberr, 'Administrator of Samuel
Gordon. deed. will under an order of the Orphans Court.
offer at Puhlic.Sale. in front or Bottdon'R in tte
borough of Waynesboro'. on Sa turda y. 2R61 day of A\
timber, 1863. at I o'clock, all the following valuable
Real Est rte, late the property of said deed ti> wit:
Purpartl, consisting of a LOT OP GROUND, with a
twoetoried BRICK HOUSE and other buildings theimom
erected. situate on the south side of Best lifnin Street, in
said Borough; bounded on the South by, an alley. by lot
of Jamb Stover on the West. end on East by purpart No
2. This purport is 26 feet along Main 'Stre.r, and 26 on
the rear alle and wee the mansion of deo'cl.
Purport 2; sltdate immediately East and re j dning per
part I bounded en the Nest by lot of Samuel Rider.
south' by an alley, and liming n smell BRICK HOUSE
thereon. is 26 feet 2 inches. more or less. along Main
Street and about 23 feet along - the rear alley.
Poe-part 3 consists of House and Lot on south side of
Main Street. having atralleY on the 'But. en alley on
the South, and - pmneety of Mrs. Cochran on the West.
with a two started-EMU MAST HOUSE-And other-build
ings thereon erected. _
Purport 4, Being a LOT OF GROUND designated on
Plot of town as Lot No. $4. hounded by Mechanic Street
on the East, a hit ,of Mn'. Anders on the girth. by an
alley rin the beet, and on South by lot of Peter Dock.
same being about 4. perches wide tad IX perches deep,
and heretofore need as a Nursery,
An excellent chance to buy cheap, and•good property
is here offered.' The purparts ere well located and in
reasonable condition. Terms mad. known (Miley aside.
nov: 11-'s JAMES H. GORDQN, Admlr. -
[Rerosrmar Cbambersburg, please copy.— Waynes
ÜBLIC, SALE. The underpigned
Administrators to the , Estate 'Of John . llermait,
due of thiliford township, dee'd, will offer at Public
Sale. at the late residence of paid deed, on. the Old Farm
of Jeremiah Het man, one mile West- oLNew Guilford,
and one mile East of New, Franklin. en.. Thursday. the
ard day of December, 181:3. the following Persoual pry.
perty, viz :-4 1t ORK HOItSEI, two of hich are Brooa
Mares; 1 Colt; '2O - head of 'Corned Cattle, 11 Mitch Cows,
3 large Steers, 3 small Steers, 1 Bull and 7 Heifers; 3
Sows, 8 flogs, and 13' Shoats; d head of Sheep. Also—
PLANTATION WAGuNS, one of which is nearly new.
with Bed; 1 ettie-berse Wagon; 1 Sleigh and - -leigh Belk
1 Wheelbarrow; 2 p t dr - of flay Ladders, nearly new; 1
Ilay-Bearer; 2 gets of Dung Boards, he. &c. Also-1
McCOItMICK REAPER AND MOWER, 1 Separator, 1
Grain Drill, Feed, Cutter, Grain CidEle, 2 Mowing
'Scythes; I three-horse Plow; 2 two-horse Plows; Single
and Doub.e Shovel Plows; 2 Harrows; I Corn Coverer, 1
Cultivator,3 n e w springs; a lot of Forks and Ruke-; 1‘
Log _Chain; .Fifth Chain and Spreaders, Double and Sin
gle Trees; Butt Traces, Breast Chains; ( ow Chaim 2 sets
Hind Gears; 3 seta Front Gears; Fly Nets; 4 Housings;
Blind Bridles; Collars: Riding rind Wagon Staltiles, he.
Also, a lot of Bags. Al. u, a general assortment of Eh die e
hold and Kitchen FURNITURE. consisting, in part, of
Bedsteads. Beds and Beddiog; 1 Safe; a lot of Chairs;
Queens, Crockery. and Tittware, and a great many ar
ticles not necattaa. vto enumerate. Also. I bid. Vinegar,
1 Rtfle;l Fleur Chest. he., &c. - A Iso.Cl rain in the ground,
Corn by the Barrel, Potatoes by the Bushel.
Sate to commence at 9 o'clock, A M when attendance,
and a credit of one year will be ghat on ail sums over
$5, the purchaser giving Note, with approved security.
SOPHIA HERMAN, Administratrix.
nOV. 11 • ; DANIEL HERMAN, Administrator.
CHRISTIAN SPITAL, Auctioneer.
ES OF PROVOST
1M District. Pennsyiennia,
Congressional Distri I of
the fulisswing exeniptims
lug their 'sessions, from the
CAL OR MENTAL HIS.-
Herman Stahl , •
i hitaftes 9Mhaw. .
Williese 11.,thu7 - •
Eli' Uhl '
Benjarnin Walker -
saintel B. Fike •
[sans, G Baker
John U. Etter •
John A. Frederick
John F. emtainger
George W. Wulff
George W. Clyinens
Thomas Geissler ,
A.ndreqr King -
eore e J ,Edniards
- IaftSIIAL, Sixterni
Chain , ereburg, November 7t l
rollmerkt of the Sixte 'nth
Penneslvanta have granted
for the causes rureigned. dtari
2ud-to the Drh of November
ItIASON OF "PRYSIo
William Knepper •
Josiah Young , '
Nosh Barron -
Puilip F. Cupp
Harrison Zeathiss -
John limerick Jno)
Adam Y. &tail
Josiah Herslatierger • -
Peter Hider ,
William 11..•Houghtelin -
Henry M. llewbetker
Daniel P. Burkholder
Solomon Stanley (of A.)
Helm Frederick -
lolin Montgomery •
John L. Shockey •
Michael Long •
Samuel L. Buckley
Joseph Akeher'y •
BY REASON OP FLAVIN
- George K. - Barrort
- Ma ti i Brut
t PAID COMMUTATION
beery Ulrtge •
Harman Shatter •
John T.lJilfut d
Reulando 11. Cook
Coined Baas •
Peter 11. Saylor
John 11.. ()Ringer •
Hiram - R: Mitchell
Annulling °lota --
Daniel M. 31111er
William II Meyers
Jerome Count ryttum
George M. Billet
Jacob M. LicVy
Rudolph Say ler
Jonathan Miller .
Simon P. Daild
William P. Miller
Calmer Hartman John Ring?.
Peter Cook Benjamin Sienger
Frederick Dubs -. Joseph Christ
David B. Harper .. Henry H. Buckley
Porter Anderson ' David Winegarduer
James A. Mumma rob E. Zimmerman
Thomas' Litton ileery W. - Scott
Samuel P. Wishert Jessee W. Ake'
BY REASON OF BEING THE ONLY SON OP AGED OR
INFIRM PARENT OR PAREN IS DEPENDENT UPON
HIS LABOR FOR SUPPORT.
Valentine Kennel' Jatries Tolbert'
Raid Riser . Harrison - magley, -.,
William Miller. Jacob Sdupsoll
Daniel Mock Jr
BY REASON OF BEING THE ONLY SON LIABLE TO
MILITARY DUTY OF
_A WIDOW DtPIiNDENT
UPON HIS LABOR FOR SUPPORT. . •
John Schafer lOoorge Yobker , .
James J . McMullin William Weaver • -
benpunin C. ROOS
BY REASON OF BEING ONE OF TWO ()WHORE
SONS OF AGED OR INFIRM PARENTS, SUBJECT
TO DRAFT, ELECTED TO BE EXEMPT BY FA
THEE; OR, IF HE BE DEAD, BY MOTHER.
josepil W. Lope lOodfreyEanglirmin
John Stevenson Thomas Patterson.
George Mumma SolOthen Mslnger
BY REASON OF-BEING THE PATHE... OF Amain-
LESS CHILDREN UNSER TWELVE YEARS OF
AGE DE 7ENDENTEPON HIELABORFOR frOPPORT
BY REASON 'OF FATHER AND SONS IN SAME
FAMILY AND HOUSEHOLD AND TWO IN 41.1. L.
ITABY SERVICE, Ac.
Jacob N (Almon
Henry Woy •
By REASON OF BEING IN SERVICE ON THE 8d OF
MARCH, ISM _
Chauncey A.Erent Place) P. - _
BY REASON OP myna). PURNISHEDAN AOCIWTA
, BIZ SUBSTITUTE. .
Solemen.Emertek (ofJno) I John L Shocker - :
BY REASON OF HAVING HAD A SUBSTITUTE LN
- SERVICE ON THE 3d OF HARM, 1363.
BY REASON OF NON-LIABILITY ON ACCOUNT OF
- - AGE.
4ersplali SprlSSl'Alexander Traveler
:Charlea Trent. • 11Catherteaff ti 4
BY: pluiSON oa auswoists;
:Simon Stahl I John C. Shaffer • •
GEOROB STEITZ; hapt. and Prov. Mantua.
J. T. MoILTIENNY, Cornralealoner.
it is Drell to be forearmed "tigainet dieease, and; en far
as the human system can be p oteeted by human mean,,
*Mind maladies engendered by an unwholesome atmos- -
phere. inipure 'water and other external eauees. lioB
- 111701ri3 may be relied oit se a safeguard.,
IFELMBOLD'S OBN - tINE PRE
PARATIONS.---0031P0LMD FLUID EXTRACT
ii uII. a POSiCIVO Had Specific rtenkedy for diseases of
the. Blader, Kidneys. Gravel. and 'Dropsical Swellings.
-This Medicine intre.es the power of Digestion and ex
cite the Ahgorlients lutd healthy •actlon, by Which the
Watery ..r Calcareous despcmitions and a4.Dunaturat
BriMrgemetlisAmrku 4 ed, a 9 hell as Pain dna jaunt
. -For Weakness:Ass rtriana trona Excesses.'Hablio of [Ms
atpation, sr ly,lndlieration of Abuse, attended Frith the
s l e i % I T ' S! ! t r i ino t I t •y o '
K 7 7 hi
Mk:lenity of Bretaliig,.
Weak Nercee, • , Trembling.
Boerne of_ bisease, - Wakefulnees.;
.I.kin pees of . • • Pain in the Back„
Univeienl Laliaitude of the Mannilbir SYstelU I -
Het 1/lashing of the 80dy,, ,
bryitttis of thrSkiti, - • Leuptions up theTace.
• Pallid Cot:Enteral: ,
- • • -
These aymptona, it allowed te.g9 on e which thid me•ii
eiaeluvariably r , :aloves, soorttunows
PUBLIC SALE OF REAL ES
TATE.—The under 4) gne,l, acting under a Power of-
A ttorney for the heirs of Clinrriss &moor, Sen., late
of Washington county. Stale of Maryland, dec'd, will of
fer it Public Sale. on theftet:aides, on the days. mention
ed, the fellowing described, Real Estate, to wit:
! ON TUESDAY, THE 24rEi DAY DP NOVEMBER,
On the Mansion Farm. at 10 o'clOck, A. 51 , sal/ MAN.__
SOION - FARit, toruslsting- of a Tract of Land, situated
about one mile &snot Ridgeville and about tsar miles
1 south of Waynesboro', on the old Hagerstown road, ly
ing in Washington thliiritY, Aid., bounded by lands of
JacebShockey. Christian Shockey. Jr., Jacob S. Good,
, and others, -containing 4e2 ACRES and I'd PERCHES, I
with large two story BRICK HOUSE,a large Bank
Wagon Shed, withiGolnCribe, Wish - House, and other
int buildings thereon. There is a never-failing well of
water near the house, on said faim, with a pump In it;
'there is also a-very large Orchard of choice fruit trees.
Also—At the sante time and place, will be offered at
Public Sale, a Tract of Land knewn as the •• GEAR
P,ARM," now occupied by Cyrus Schrlye-, shourone mile
.outheitat of Ridgeville, In theaforesaid county, bounded
• 'y !umlaut Jacob: Hoover; Jamb and' others,
amtaining 135% ACRES more or less. There is erect
ed on said premises a good BRICK - MOUSE, and large ,
Bank Barn. Wagon ,Shed and Corn Cribs; Blacksmith I
DECLINE OR CHANGE OF LIFE, Shop, and all other outbuildings. There iv a large Spring
Zile no more Bakain - ...hirti.ury, er itnpleasahi Medi; .t water near itite bantam...a large' APPLE ORCHARD, q ,
eines for onpieasard and dangerous dise sees. .ariety of Grapes and other fruit; This is one of the
lIEL3IBOLD'B EXTRACT BIICIIII AND 131P3OYE1 nost deairable farms in the county. Stock bas free
r ROSE WASH CURES :_ , leas to waterfront every held, and other conveniences,
SE-C-EE T DISEASES Also—At the same time and place, a TRACI' of Un-
In their Stages, At little Expense mproved LAND, bounded by David Shockey, and Jacob ,
Little or no change in Diet. No inconvenience , animas, containing 30 ACRES and 213 PERCHES.
And no Exposure. '. Chili land to cleared and under fence, with a number. of
It ceases a frequent desire and 'gives strength to Uri- Locust Trees an -
nate, thereby Remothiollistruiitiona, Pre* entbig • ant). 1 Also—At the same thneand pLcce, will he- offered at
Curing Strietta react the Urethra, allaying Pain and In- -
no frequent In the chow of diseases, and ex- Public Sale, TRACT OF • LAND about one mile south-
Rui ation, s lint of the 51antes Farm, bounded. by, lands, of David,
polling all .P.isonents, Diseased and mor,,o l d matt e , :hockey, GeOrgetlatkdoll dud the last mentioned Tract.
Tito: • amtaining 76 ACRES atid - 21 PERCHES, in the aforesaid
wins ureic Tliocsavris vim Hsu Dux - slit VIC
TIM, Or (hurl, and who harepaid heist.," feet to be I, musty , with Heinle sininku.n. and a gond Spring of water
with supply of timber on ,mid land and a fine Orchard, i
cured in a short tinie. have Sound they were ateceived,T Also--At the same_time and place, will be offered at -•
and that the ••1'1113,-)N" has, by time,of
- Public Sale, Rise Lots of TIMBER LAND, bounded by ,
ASTRINGENTS " been dried up In the system, to break out 1, lands of Jacob Shockey, Christian Shockey, Peter • Bark
in an aggravated firth, and perluips after Darriage. ,
.' da.ll,and, the last inentioned tract, Jots containing from
Use IlLianotes EXTRACT Rum; for all affections and , 1 5 to 10 Al RFS. These lots ale well set with Chestnut,
diseases of the URINARY ORGANS, whether existing Rockoak and other thriller and are easy, of access.
in MALE or FEMALE, from whatever canes originating ON FRIDAY, THE 27TH DAY ; OF NOVEMBEH,q
and no mat ter of HOW LONG SPAN DING.
, at 12 o'clock, at the house of. Samuel Bare, a Tract of
Diseases of these Organs requires Hi; aid of a DIURET- , Land known as the "MARSH FARM" situated in Antrim
10: ItELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCIIU IS THE GREAT township, Franklin county, Penrut., about six miles
DIURETIC, and is certain to hove the desired effect in all i• itoutheaat of Greencastle and about one- from the
Diseases for tohiekft to Reenniritendcd. Marsh store. This land divided into • two parts, to
Evidence of the moat reliable and responsible - charahr suit purchaSert. First part, by lambi of J. Lesher, S.
ter will accompany the medicine. Leckroue and the aforesaid S. Bare, containing SO ACRES
PRICESI,OO PER BOTTLE,. OR SIX FOR 65,00 "i".
in) 34 PERCHES of utdmprovedLnd, uith a streittrof
Water running tbroughlt and about 10 ACRES of heavy
Delivered to any Address , aet•nrely picked from Barra ,
rigHER:. Second part, bounded by lands of 8. Shank.
Snlvely and the aforesaid S. flare, containing 63
Dearribe Sgripione . in all Comzeunicatferse, p ACRES add 32 PERCHES, about 14 Acres of heavy Um-
Miroved land,. •
CURES GUARANTEED! ADVICE GRATIS ! •_' er. alss tinir
Any pqrsola,wishing to view the Farms lying In Mary-
Address lettere for inf,irmation to "` t -and willt all upon the nodersigned,residing near the
H. B. lIELMBOLD, Chatidat, - 'landau Farm, The undersigned will also meet persons
104 South Tenth at., bet. Chestnut, Phila , fishing tiOttefr the thither land, on Friday the 2Uthifity -
HEL3IBOLD'S ' Medical Begot, ' -d November, at the house of Soloinon Shockey. - The
- HELM BOLD'S Drugand Chemical- Warehouse, • &mi-land or Marsh - Farm Will be shown to persons
504 Broadway, New York. .; iy Samuel Bare, who residel crose by, before the day of
BEWARE OF COUNT PIRF.EITS AND UNPRIVCI ' ale -
PLED 14.ALERE1whiendaivor to dispose "of their urea' The 'Will be ' mute known non the day of orPieby
and 'other" articles on the ripuietion attained by ,
cgrtisp.t.N siaoCithy, Jr.,
• ' f • JA0011:4: GOOD,
, Ilelmbold's Genuine Preparations. net- n • Attiarneye in fact.
- • Extract Brichn. . (Chambersburg„ Baroarroar 'please copy and seed bill
"„”, Sarsaparilla. - - ; . 4 to this office far collection:— Wayliattiorei Rebord.l•'
s. ' '4l Improved Rotas Waatl•
~ 110Ln HT
• ALL 12RUGITISTS NVERFIRVERE. -
ASK FOR,tE,GMBOLD'S. TAKE NO OTHER
Cut out t e Afitertisenient and -send for it.
Imp u .
oPtn4y . ,
411cptte hilt, ~ -
w - iiich the - Patient inqy expire. • - •
Who can ray that they 'are not frtquentty I:Mowed by
those -Direful Libeasen." . • -
•'INSINITY AD CONSUMPTION."
•.. , .
?Sato?' are siva.re of thesatme of their suffering, :,
ntrr itottit vitt. CONMEI, TUE RZOOLDS OF nth I,va/te6
. . ,LI3II,ITErb
' And Melancholy Pad Ass by tbnaumption beat ample
witness to theTrtith of .the nese:lien.
The Cunatitutinn oncr ejtactad tofth,Orgatiic •Wedimeta
reytires the aid hi Aledieluntu Streugtben and, Intik
orate the. Sypteut.
IV.4ic't .I.l.toteetas EXT aim BUCHU incariaby ciao.
d. Trial %via convince the meet Akeptical, . -
In Many rtrectioitarpieutittr'. to t Finales the .
Bruno is onequale3. by any other remedy: as , In Ciao
rinds of Retenteen, Irregularity, Painfulness, or Sup
pre,l4oa , I i UltoitiarY EVaCUtittltS, Ulcerates' or...Scrt
buns state of the Uterus Ismchorrnoss or' Whites
andlt ) k 11- Complaints Incident to the* sus
•whether nrisiug from indiscretiomliabits of Diisipatiou
,ur in the
AND AVOID IBIPtyI3TTIONAN,D
H O -STET TER'§
A pure and powerful l'onte, corrective WA ,alterathre of
wonderful efficacy in dietaisee of the '
trtiMACII, LIVER AND BOWELS.
Cures Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint, Retuische . , general
Nervousness, Depression of Spirits,
'Constipation, Colic, Intermittent • Pe
vers, Crempeind Spasms, and
all Cotuplaints of either Sex, arising
frum Bodily Weakness whether Inherent in
TIIP SYSTEM OR PRODUCED BY SPECIAL CAUSES.
Norman that, ie not; wholeseme,genlal and rertora 7
the In its 'Pave enters into the apposition of HOS
TETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS. Thie popular pT
paration contains no mineral of any kind, nn deadly hce
danical element: no dory excitant; 'but it is Rennibir
nation of dhe extract+ of dare: balsamic herbs and
plants' with the purist and mildest of, all diffusbre
Itr districts infested with FEVER AND AOVIII. it has
b e eh foundoinfatlible dsa,prevontipe and Irresistible as a
remedy, and ttonisanas who- resort to it under apprehen
lon of an attack, escape — the sconrge; and thonsan.'s
who neglect to avail themselves of Its protective quell. ,
ties fa adtaute, ary'sx'!red by a very brief course of tide
marvelous medicine. Fever and Agne patients. alter
b •ing plied with quinine - I'er months In
anturseed - wlth.tlant dangereue alkaloid, are not mitre
qnently roamed to within a few days by the use
of HOSTETTER'S BITTERS.
The weals stomach it rapidly invigorated and,the ap
petite restored by .thia agreeable Tonic, and hence It•
works wonders' carve' of DISPEPSIA and lit less
confliteeilloims of iNDI(IESTION. A - eying as a gentle
and yainlers apperient, OD well as upon _the liver, it alto'
invariably reTle7es : the CONSTIPATIOI I 4 superinduced. ,
by irregular action of tho digeetfre and iee.retire organs.
Personvof feeble liabit,liahle to NEItiOUS ATTACKS,
LOWNESS OF SPIIIIT,S and FITS OF - LANOUOR;
find prompt and permanent relies frora.tire'llitters.-
The testimony on,,this point is most conclusive, 'anti
from both sexes , '
The agony of 'moils CALK" immediately suns
god by a piaglo dose of the !Mini:dent, and, by act
atonally resorting to it, the return, of tho coniplait
may be prevented., , , ,
As a General•TOnio TIOSTETTER'B-.IIIITERBpr. r
duce effects which' must ;be experienced or witness.
before they canheftilii aptaclated. ' In 'caies of Cir., ,-
STITIITIONAL IVEA,KNESS,"PftEIiATURK DEC,!
and DEBILITY and DECREPITUDE arising froin OL
AGE, it exercises the' electric' influence.' it thi'conv,•t.;
tescent stages of all diseases' it operates' as a delightf
'invigorant.' - Whenthe'poyrors of nature ore'refaxed,
operates, to rtrenforcennd re.establlsb them.
Last, bntnut least, it is THh ONLY SAVE 13Tilli
LANT, beingintuiefettured froth somad and' inbocuca
materials. and entirely free from the acid elements pr. •
sent more otletolin 'the ordinary tonics and sioulac,.-
Ice of the' day
vied/tine has bean so universally, and.
;may be truly added, desertediy polluter with the jut.
ligent:pliftrorinif the , comtednity, as 110i3TETTEjt
• " ' by
. • • 1108111r611V
J I . Pittsburg, Pa.
gold by all Druggist's, Groceli and Inorekeepetw ever,+:
where. ' not 11,'634y
• ftelblatbittlitittehtfit. ---
INrEgTON •,!4 iBitOTHER,
V '• No:9oo4rehltkett,PAaarierphicr; Ps
'teeing received a liberal share of patronage from Chem
berabiarg and vicinity, we ; are encouraged to ask for
more. The exCelletice of onr goods and on r work. and
the care we take to give entire satisfaction in
guarantee that we value , oar reputation..
no, 11,,,43.1-ly • WESTON .4 BROTIIFIR.
T;IFE - INSURrAtICE.
PENN JIDTUAL-LIFE INSURANCE Carl'
ACCUMULATED, CAPITAL $1,280;0t0, after paying
Losses amounting to $650,600.
Ali the profits divided ammagst members every year.-
Dividends have averaged Over 40 per cent.- Parties
intured this year, will participate In the 'dividend to be
-declared In January next.. Let no-one who - has -wife,
chatien and friends tail to Peel:wean early membership.
SAMUEL •8:'131111YOCK, Agent,
• J. L. Stntssnorr;Medical Examin'ef. nnr 11-3 t
AN,. ORPHA.NS' COURTheld
1.. at Ohambersbnrg. for Franklin con nty. Pa., on, the
, tab y October,`A. 11;1863; before the Hon. JalaeB
NM, President, and James O. Carson and W. W. Paxton',
'Sege., Associate Judges of said Court;
On mottoirofitr.- O. -Keylir, Conk' grants*
,•nle on the heirs and legal representatives of Jobtatter,
i late of said county of Franklin, dec'd, and all parties in
; terested therein, to apPearat an Orphans' Court to be held
at Chambersburg, on Tudttay, Vie' Id day of December,
1883, to iike or refuse to take the lands of said John Et
ter, dec'd, at the valuation aratapprais e m ant thereof, or
*tam cause why the same should not be sold. •
In testimony whereof I 'have hereunto set my hand
t: st lu
and at6xed r
.o 0 ( ot )t o the said e
, Court ,
nov 4 • WM. O. MITCHELL , Clerk.
4T AN - • ORPHANS' COU - RT I ,
beld,Atcheraborabteg, for Franklin countr, Pa.,
on the :SOW day - of Oetaber,lBB3. befor.XthaTlOni ilfatinee
Nill Esq.. President, and James O. Carson atal_,W.lT.
Paxton Esqrs., Associate Judges of our said court—
I iOn motion. of Lyman B. Clarke, Rsq , the Court grant a
rule on the heirs and legal representatives of George Le
master deceased. to Appear at the Orphans's Court, to be
held at Chambersburg, for said count, on Abe first day
of December next, to take or refuse to take, the Heal Es
tate ofsald deceased at thavaluatlon and .apnralsement
thereof, or show canoe whY'theiatme sboald not be sold
according to law.
' In testimony t hereof, I have hereunto 'itet my hand
and /Mixed the Beata thee/dd . Court, at Chamborsburg.
this thirtieth day of October. 180..
Nov. 4.'63,3t IC. G. MITCHELL, Clerk
NOTICE.—The partnership here.
tot ire existing under the name and style of Ds
tiamvx* PRAT. WALK, Electrical Physicians, was die
solved by nantual consent on the 'a '
d day of °aid:um
103. , ,
hispractice will still be continued by Dr. Drown; of
his office, West Market St-,rhambersbnrg,. Pa.
W. B. BROWN,
personal Properig ,Sales.
DUBLIC SAL-R- 2 11fe- undersi?,cm
ed, Adminis'rators of the Estate of Daniell
Menu. dep'd„ will offer 'at Public' Selo. at the late
• residence of said dedeased, three miles North of
Chambersburg, on the Shippensburg Pike. on Thurs
day, the 12th day of November. 1863, the following
'personal Property, viz: 2 WORK HORSES,• 12
Head of Horned Cattle---6 Mitch Cows, 2 Bulls. 1
Steer. and 3 Yearling Calves: 2 S_ows: 8 Shoats; &c.,
&c. Also : I ROAD WAGON: Plantation Wagon:
Cart; Spring_Wagon; Roosaway Buggy: 1 Wood
Bed; 1 pair Hay Ladders; 1 Wheel Barrow; 1 Spring
May Rake; 1; Rolling Screen; 1 Mind Mill; 1 REA.
PnR, (Mann.yll make); Cern Sheller, Grain Cradles.
Harrows. Plows, Single and Double Shovel Ploivs;
a lot of Forks li ed Rakes; Log. Cow, and - Halter
Chula; Saddles, Bridles, -Sus. 3 TUNS OF HAY;
a lot of vocipereStuff and. Boards; Harrow and Hay.
Lander Stuff; Boards and - Scantling; seasoned Mill
Cog Stuff; '1 set of Blacksmith's-Tools ; a lot of old
Iron; ,1 set of Quarrsallg Tools; Tkcg of Rock Pow
der 1 Fishing, Net: 2 bushels of Orchard Grass Seed;
1 Rifle; 1 Barrel Vinegar, &c., &a:. Alsp. a_gene
ral assortment of Household and Kitellen Furni
ture. embratharßetisteoubs, Beds and Bedding; Bu
reaus; 1 Extension ; ,Table; 1 twenty-four .hotir
Clock; several Stoves; 1 large Copper Kettle ;
Queens, Tin and Crockery Ware; Tubs, Barrels,
Meat Vessels, and tnanY other articles.
Sale" to'commenco at 9 o'clock. when attendance
and a credit of 10 months will be riven' on all sums
over& dollars. - JOHN MONN.
oct2B '63 JEREMIAH MONKJ *rpm
A.lOl OF CHALBERSBURG,
Nov. 8, 1483.--The ltireatore of the/lank of 'ha in
easbarg have this AV declared tiDIVIDEND of FIVE'
PER CENT. On theospitaftstook;liavahle intidettintui.
noy 43t . d. R. MESSERENIITEI, Cashier. °
TyIREND.,--The President and
Mtinagere of the Charnbersbnrg Turnpike Rawl
twiny have - declared a dividend of one per cent on, the
capital stock of said Company payable on dem a nd. , ,
Nov. 4,'63,'3t • W. if. Mee: WELL, Treaatirer.
ATOTICE, TO SPORTSMEN.--All
pereoni * are hereby forbidden to 111:111g cm the
property of the undersigned. -Ile done not: kill bird,
himAelc and does not. eh &nab:other/4
nor 4E4 , A. R. 31.0LW1g.
Q TORE. ROOM. CELLAR
RENT.—Thelarge store Room amiCleft.rr,etti.
ner 'Stain find Washington etrititte,te offered for Rent.
Postmortem givettimmediately Appiy,to
gropl6 R. P. RAZZLET.
A 'DION TSTR A TO - le N,OTICT.- - -=
neftLy irtren that Letters r.,f
tion te • the Estate uf DAV,II3 Satta r late of Southampton .•
township; deed. hire been granted to the uiViersignsder =
`residing in said township.
All per Sons indebted to the said Estate, are here Lyra.:
, • quested to mako thole having
• "bites ,r4ernands against tnt•Zata:e of cidd decedent.,
Wiltmkt.etranwu••heeatne wi*,betit delay. to _
oet 4* Lt y C. 811.TTELA.lim'rz. .
A DIALNIST RATORS' NOTICE:==-
Mate is heretly given that Letters of Adminis
tration on the Romeo! Joan HUMAN, htto of Guilford
township, deed,. hay.. been granted to the undersigned,
residing ih said township.
All pertain knowilig. them gelveis intietited to said FA'
Ante will please make immediate payment; and Om 1r
haring WM= Will present them properly authenticated
or eettletnent. SOPHIA HERNIAN,-Adas
oet 28 '63.6t DANIEL HERMAN, ...telner..,
A.DIGNISZRAT OR'S NOTICii.--
Ivotice is hereby given that Letters `of Adminis.
'ration on the Estate of Mem= Co g, late of Munn
township; dee'd, have been granted to' the under•
algned. - residlng in iirtid township. '
AU persona knowing themselves. Indebted to said el ,
tate, are rpluvated to melte' Immediate payment: Tit,-
those havlticelitime detnandi npainet• the estate "id
decedent. will make known the same witbnnt delay. to
oat 18 d s OEOROEf.ROVE, Arran'. '
ADMINISTIt , I.TOR'S NOTICE:-
Notice is berei.v given 4hat,Letterg -of 'Admiels. -
nation on the Xstate , of ALinsett J.,Strrz.te, Ist or
Green Township, deed, bate been granted to the andert
signed, residing in Lancaster City. . K.
Ali petsons -indebted to the said Estate, tire regi7 PP ted
to make immedifttp pay. ,, eut. and those having claims
ew demands against the testate of decedent, will make r -."."'
known the same. tritlkait delay. to '
oct 28'83- • 'TIIADDEUS STEVENS, Jr., .itfta'r., '
Notice is 'hereby that Letters of
trationnn,thelstate Sstzent4HAllSEllfAn. late of Qninr
cy toWnship, decd. have b engranted to the undersign :
ed, reSidlng in 'laid...township • .
All ereona knou ibg themselves indebted to said
tate, are hereby requested to makiimmediate pailner4
oil those having claims or demands againettlm Rat st
of said decedent, will make known th manna without 'lei
' ANN lIATtSaIdAN, ,Adm'rx.
0et2.8'83-4 ,JAMES A. COOK, Acha'r.
Notice is hereby given .thnt Letters of Admini•
tlfallol2 the Entatoof John Armstrong, late of HIM'
ilton township, dec'd. have been granted to nndersigned,
residing in said township.. •
AU persona knowning themnelves indebted to said En
tate will please make immediate payment; and thole ;
havingclairns will prevent them properly anthenticafed ,
for nettlement. ISABELLA ARMSTRONG.
oct 7. Adm'ft.
PA:: Notice feheroby then that Letters of Admlnie
tration on the Estate et Catharine Creamer; latent Le} ,
terkennyolec'il, - have beol granted to the etibedibers.
. All poreons linowini.Ttlerrigetres indebted to the amid
Estate *lll please make immediate payment : and three
having claims present themproperly aothentlente44
. • JOHN ('RE Fannett twp. t Adin .. m. 7. .
0et.73 Jll5 ,- ORE tMER, Lettle, VAT;
Notice Is herehy given that Letters of Adminis
trittiou on the Estate, of Philip Casernan, late of the
Borough of Clutmbersbnrg.dec'i, have :teen granted to
the undersigned resitting jn snid Borough.
All persons knowing themselves indebted to mid 'Es
tate will pl4aee mnke immediate payment; and three
having claims will pr.venv them properly Pulllentleal.4
for settlement." (<,t. ;7 .tei C 1. 4 1;3 1 .4N. At/nf.r.
A DMINISTIL% Tog SNoTIC.-i
Notice is beret., given that Letters of Adutinith
tra lotion the Estate pf. Witham Flory, late of OR Bur'
ough of ChainbLrshuig. deed, have been granted to the
undersigned, residing in said llerough.
?di personeknowing thenirelves indebted to said r,- - ;
tate will please make, immediate payment; and thew
having claims will, presrait them properly artbenticate 1
for settlement: foot 14,J s.'l.llllltLiii.bilitlOCK,
ADMINIST )1 A TOR'S N 0 PI CE.--;;1
NOtice is hereby gi von that Lettered Admlnistrk;' . •
tion en the Estate of Sminel Smith., Jr.. Into of Petera_
township, deed ha+e hero granted to the undersigne4 ,
reelding in the Borough'et Greencastle . .
All persons knowirg themselves indebted to said Es. •
:tap willlease make immediate payment
„; and thoss .
tiaylettelMditririfi preenot properly antheittiosiiiir"
for settlement, [net 141" . GEORGE EBY, Adger. , —,.
AonDILINITTIA TOR' SNOtTeE.---
Notice in hereby given dint Letters of Admit:dotes,
t with the4lll annexed! -on the Estate of Catbarirt#
31eritlein, late .ot the Borough of Chamberfasnm deed
hare been' granted to the undersigned residing in
Alipersonaknowingthemselvestndebted to said Estate
will please make immediate payment, sad those hating
claims present them properly Authenticated for settle
ment. , - MAAGABET XIBBKLBIN,
ANotice is hereby given -that Letters
cretton on the Estate etiaeorge lierklein, late albs
Borough of Chanibersbnrg, dec'd have been granted to
the undersigned, residing in said Borongb. .
All persons knowing themselves indebted to said Ea
tate will please make immediate payment; and those
haring Claims will present *hem properly authenticated
forsettlement. - MARGARET MERICLEVi
oct 21 Administratrix.
..c.i. Whereas; Letters of Administration, de bonis non
on the Estate of JACOB HEBASICE, late of Metal town
ship; deceased, trove been granted to the subscriber, re.,,
siding in said township
Allporionktudebted to the said Estate, are hereby rd.;
quested to make immediate payment, and those having
claims ordemands against the Estate of said decedent;
will make known the same without delay. to •
dra'r de bonis nein.
at 21, '63
it hereby given that Letters Testamentary to ttier '
te of Christian Ebersole, late of Guilford township;
teed, have been'granted to the undersigned, residing in.
said township. .
All pergoneknOwing theriselves indebted to snid liti. .
tate will please stake • immediate' payment; and those -9 •
hashigetaimswill present them properly authenticated
or settlement.. 'toct 14] JOHN L,DETVirILEIL Ites: '- j
Is hereby given that Lettere Testamentary to the --,
Mute OfP,ooll.VAtinzaamm. late of Southampton two
deed, havebeen granted to The undeisigned. realatg.
in said township. • , • -
All persons knowing themselves indebted tow:tisk $4.
tate as e requested' to make immediate payment; sad
those having claims,p t resent them .properly
cated•fbreettlement. - ' ' ^ - -
MARIA VAIIDERSAIIL, E'er&
DAVID SPENCER, Sx'r.
ytaXECUTOR . 'S NOTICE,.. 7 -Neitioe .
4 is hereby given that Letters Testatientary to" We'
te of Rusibrrn Bost, lite of Quircy towoanip; de
ceased, have been granted to th 4 undersigned, residing
in said township.
Alliphrsons indebted to the said Estate, are requeited,
to make immediate payment, and' those having clew'
or demands against the 'Estate- of said decedent, will
niabehnown the saute Without delay - , to
,nov , t, ,, ; _ , , SAMEgIateRINLIff, We;
FteixEcu.Toß,s. NOTlCE.—Notice '
le hereby }ilia' that . Lettere tretainentary to the te of tor, phr g les liallieli, late o . 5 oitntimptouln,
dec'd. firiie been granted to,the unaetoigned, residing la i
Strasburg. , -
Ali pereone knowing indebted to *aid Es
tateviii please Wake , tounedtater itayrdent; and Obeli -
bacingehihne *lllpresent there 'properly anthontieitted ..-;
tar WO:meat. [oct 7-6_09 P; N. 11051,3Lt.N.,Ex!r. - •
FtatXECUTORS NOTICE. -NOW
. Ls hereby given that Letters Testamentary. to the
' eof john Metz, late or.Gtd.ford township, 'tined.
have been granted to the undersigned, residing inlaid
AU-persons indebtedto the said Estate are requested
to make immediatepayraent. and those having - claims ,
ordentands against the Estate of the said decedent will ,
Make known the same without delay, to
oct 14 ABRAHAM „METZ, Rer.
yseix - gc U T OR'S - 50 TI CE.—Notica'
Is hereby given thatLettora Testamentary, to the.„ eo f Mole, man, late of Omigard • township', dee% ;-
been granted to the undersigned, A" ea id i a ir, in (itiq.
ford township, township, - . - ,
All persona Indebted to the said ...Estate, are hereby re.
attest silt.° orate linmedtate payment, and those haring •
@Aims or Aeraands aglOst the Estate of said decedent
will make knotra the same Without delay, to , ,
oct. 14 C. A. McKNIOTIT, ker..
fOTICEr—The paitnersliiri hereto-.
fore existing tinder tbe IMMO .nd style of !dyers*,
,ID the Hardware and Cutlery business, mai
solved by mutted consent on the -drat day of October.-
1863. ' The notes and ixaki of ialdtrin hare been Noted . :
in the bands nf.Sarcinel 11YAID . for collection. All per.:,
sone indebted eltberby'n'etenr beck aeconni are request
ed to call and settle without delay. The bia•ks will
main at the old stand. 8.1.111321, .11T1018.
Ott 14 4000 B. BRAND.