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BY MAGNETIO, TELEGRAPH,
EXCLUSIVELY FOR THE FRANKLIN REPOSITORY.
B 7 tho Ohio and Atlantic Telegraoh'Line.—Offleen
at Shryock's Book Store and it. R. Depot. ,
Import Out from Tennessee.
WASIIINGTM . 7, D e c, 15
I t he ErenfrOtarcourtcously furnishes the
following information in advance of ita pub
lication : ,
Telegrams were received herd last evening
from Knokville, 4 Tenp., • dated yesterday'
morning, which stated that Gen. Foster had
assumed command of the troops lately under
Burnside, and the latter had departed from
that city, probably for Cincinnati. All was
then quiet in the vicinity of Knoxville,
It was stated there, on the 'authority of
scouts and messengers, that much of Long ;
street's.' artillery and trains had fallen into
_the hands of our pursuing forces, but these
accounts- lucked confirmation. The region,
in which the pursuit is now being made is so'
far distant from the telegraph stations as to
make- it difficult to verify such statements as
promptly as is desirable.
dolling-of the Golden City—Treasure for
England and New York.
SAN FitAxcisco, Dec. 12.
The steatiaer Golden City sailed to-day for
Panama carrying 100' passengers and one
millibn- one hundred thousand- dollars in
Treasure for England and two hundred and
thirty six thousand for New York.
The Steamer Chesapeake.
HALIFAX, Dec. 15.
the Chesapeake is doubtless hovering about
the.coast as there are several traces of her
since leaving Shelburne,on Saturday. The
gunboats 'in pursuit af her have not been
heard from. .
PUILADELPIIIA,. Dec. 15, 1853
There-is less doing in breadstuffs, 'but no.
essential change in prices except for Corn
which has advanced. Flour is dull but pri
c‘ unchanged. Sales of 1200 bbls extra fa
mily at $7 for low grade, up to $7 75 for
good quality. Small sales of Rye Flour at
$6 60. Cornmeal at $5 50. Wheat very
dull and - price., are barely Maintained. Sales
of 2,000 bush. at $1 00®1 65 for red, and
$1- 70®2 00 for white. Small sales of Rye
.at $1 55. Corn is in active request and 5,-
000 bus. sold at $1 19 for ne* and $1 25 for
old. Oats are active at 87®88c. Coffee
Arm.. Sugai and molasses dull. No change
inprovisions. ..500 bbls mess pork were sold
at $lBO,lB 25. Whisky is lower. Sales at
New York Markets.
Ny.w YORK,' Dec. 15
Ceitton is steady; sale's of 100. bales at 82e.
Flour is,flrm ; sales of '6,000 bbls. at s6®
6 20 for State, $7 45€47 55 for Ohio, $7 60®
770 for Southern. Wheat has advanced;
„sales of 4,100 bush. are quoted at $1 43®
1 47 for Chicago spring, $1 45®1 49 for Mil
-Waukee club, and Si 53®1,58. for red West
ern. Corn is quoted at .$1 24®1 241 in store.
Pork—heavy new mess is quoted at $lB 371
Ot. 18 50. Lard quiet. " Whisky dull at 85®
&ie.\ Receipts of Flour 10,000 lsble.;- Corn
Et,004 bush.; Wheat none.
On the 10th inst., at the reeidence of Mr. Daniel Byers
.near Rocky Spring. by Rev J. M. Bishop, a tr..8E , ...;.t.4.tnrr
Y. SLEIGHT= to Mies to= J: CORMOT, both of Frank
On the inane day, by the same, at- Pleasant Retreat
nerstmage, Mr. iicinr n. CLEVER to 111811 BARBARA Ayr
I..Astittm. both of Cumberland County.
On the Bth inst by Rec. 11. W. Retie)lc, at his real denco,
near Orratown Mr. ADAM MINIOX to Miss $.
11.1111. both of Le:Owlet:lel township, this cennty.
Ou the eth inst., in Wayneehtwo, by Rev. W. E. Krebs.
tiElitY L. SWEITZER to Miss Asa If NICODMICS, both
el this county. -
On the 9th lasi:, by the same, nt B'nwden's Hotel. Mr.
43.80, W. SsistshEA3o Miss 31.tai A. MotvAN, both of the
vicinity of Greencastle.
On the 3d inst.. in Shiropstawn. by the Rey. W. Buckli
Mr. lams Itzlos, of Welsh Ran, bsMiss.3linT Batcloa,
On the-9th inst., in this place, Joni.; M. JORDOX, aged
37 y:ars,ll months and 20 don. -
Un the 7th inst.. near Waynesboro. Baa.r.turf 31cCLED.
LAN. SOU of G. V. and ..I.:ari,t Mong, and 1 sear and 9
Qothe2slhult.,in Antrim township, Alm BILLBA•-.
'gas. aged 35 years, 5 months and 5 days. •
, On the Bth just., near Waynesboro. Aunt, daughter of
- .Aaron Wingert. aged d years and 17 days,
Oa the 2d inst.. Mt, Mai cirsburg, an aged mother in
Israel, Mrs.VARGAILF.7 CATTION, in her 9 , srti ftlit.
On' the 2d - lust., in Evansville, - Ind., Maar toms,
youngest daughter of Robert and Mary H. Early, aged
two yeas and two mouths.
The above notice will convey mournful tidings to
ranty_frientls. Tsie little girl,'S‘bo bus been taken away
So soon, gave early 'promise of rare beauty, and of all
the traits which gu to make a perfect womanly char
acter. She was Intereqing, bright and winning. She
vas intelligent beyond her years, belated by all who
knew her, and the idol of her parents. The light of
their fireside has gone out only to be rekindled !ft anoth
er world. Memory and hope alone remain to‘that be
*revved mother and father—memory of the beautiful and
ekerished child, hope of her restoration to them beyond
the grave. - •
MOBTON's Gold Pens are now sold at the
same prices ae befort2 the commencement of the war;
his is entirely ovring to the Manufacturer's improve
meats in machinery. his present large Retail Business
lual Cub-in-Ad:mice System ;"ftr, until he commenced
advertising, his business was done on Credit and :silkily
loft/ the Trade. •
The Mortoniqold Tons are the only ones sold obi
yotices,ai the makers of all <other gold pens charge the
Premium on the Gold, Godernmont Tax. &c.; but Morton
AM in no case changed his . prices, 'Wholesale or Aetaih
Of the great numbers sent , by mail to till pmts the..
worldduring the past few years, tiot one in a thousand;
tontrolled to reach its dei!,l illation in rattly; showing
that the Morten Gold Pen can be obtained by any qua,
in every part of, thci wurld, at the same price, postage
Reader; you can have an enduring, always ready, and.
rallableUold Pen, era( tly adapted. to your hand and
style of Writing, - which will do your writing yeatir
- eheaper than Steel Pens; and at the present .almot
marversal High•Presware Price of-everything, you can
have a Moiten Gold Pen cheaper, in proportion to the
labor spent npde it and material need, than any, other.
Gold Pen in the World. If you want one, call on
Allii)kros, No. 25 • Brlalden Lane, New York, or' inOloeo
wimp for circular. .dec.24mii
PuPnorurry Consumption a Curable Diserses.
Clean.—TO CONSUMPTIVES.—The •undersigned
bioiing been restored to health Ina tow weeks, by a Tog
simple remedy, after having suffered several years with,
a severe luntaffection, and that dread disease, "Comp
sulnption—in anxious to make known to his fellowqraf.
'torero the means of cure.
To all Whodesire it, he will Benda copy of the Me:
caption - used (free of charge), with the difeetions for
preparing and using the same, which =they lind a
=see foe'Consatont ion, Asthma, lironchitls,Congbs
°olds, &e. The only obj ect of the advertiser in sending
tliePreseriptioa is to benefit the afflicted, and spread fn
fUrmation Which ho conceives to be invaluable; and be
hopes every'sulTerer will try his remedy, as it will cost
them nothing, and may prove a blessing.
ko l eXiies whiling the prescription will please address
Rev. EDWARD A. WILSON,
awi;rt Williamlbarg, Rings Cu., New Torl
irraz CAUSE thr: - Siakkma, the house of
Straining, the Cause of Straining.—lf thost4wlio suffer
eithetConstipation,TndigesSion, CostivenseS,LPites, DYs
pepsia, &c., would use Dr. Badway's liegolatibg Pills, in
place of the common aloe pills, they vtould avoid -the
unnatural habit of straining and quickly rid themselves
of thedisease. This straining that is forced upon the
patient when at stool, is amused by the irritation of the
mucus membrane of the lower bowels. Beat in mind
that ill of these common pills of alues; & c.,i never die-
solve in the stomach or exert the leak int:Mince on-the
liver, but are carrisalto the lower bowels, an there, by
their dreeticandunnatural influence occasion irritation
and instead of secarimia natural movement or evactta,
tion, induce an irritating discharge, which involves
cramps, wrenching pains, straining, tenesmuls, frequent
ly sending the patient to the water closet" on 1. tile er
rands. DR. RADWAT'S PILLS, are the only safe pills
to take—they act directly on the Liver and purify the
blood, One to six boxes will cure any disease that the
most popular of pills are advertised to cure: For sale
at Miller & lienehey'e, Chambersburg.
Madame Porter's Curative Balsam; has lung
t sted the truth that theriyare first principles in Medi.
cine as there is in Science, and this Medicine is com
pounded on principles suited to the manifold: nature of
Man! The cure of Colds is in keeping open the pores,
and creating a gentle internal warmth, and this is cans.'
ed by thrum! of this Medicine. -Its remedial qualities
are based on its power to assist the healthy and vigor
ous circulation of blood throligh.the - lungs, enlivens
the muscles and assists the skin to perform its duties •
regulating the heat of the systerct, and in gently throw
ing off the waste substance frolnthe surface of the body
It is not a violent remedy, but emollient warming
,arching and effective. Sold by all 'druggist at ilfij
a id 25 can tsper bottle.
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT RucEtit.—The
Helinbold'a Extract Buchn. The great Diuretic.
Ifelintrold's Extract Euchu. The great Diuretic.
Mambold's Extract Bucbu. The gretit Diuretic.
And a positive and Specific Remedy for Diseasef of the
Blader, fiidneys, Gravel, Organic 7taknesp, Dropsy, and
all diseases of theo.Trinary Organs. See Ad' ertisernent
in another Column. Cut it out, and send foci the Nlecil
eine at once. Beware of Counterfeits. i 1. eclG-lml
The Confessions and Experience or an In-'
rand. Published for the benefit, and as a warning anti
A CAUTION TO YOUNG MEN
who suffer from Nervous Debllity , premature Decay et
Manhood. etc., supplying at the same time
THE MEANS OF SELF CURE, I
By one who has cured himself afterbeing pa l t to a gull*
expel:se and injury through medical 'illinibug and
By ondlasing a post-paid addressed enverorie, sine).
copies may be had of the author. .1
NATHANIEL MAYFAIR , Esq.,
Bedford, Kings county, N. T.
George Steck g• Co's Pianos.--CRESSON
SPRINGS, Aug: IS63.—Mr. 3. E. GOULD, Severlth and
Chestnut stree)s, Philadelphia.—DEAß ghad
frequent opportunities of examining the Pianos made by
Messrs. George Steck & Co., New York, during the past
ew years, in the practice of my profession as - Tuner, I
pronounce that:ll 4 th° most perfect itisttitments I have
over seen. '
In pant of touch, equality, and 4inging tone they may
delycompariion with any sad ailotiter Makes, while in
the upper two oc taco (treble notes) they are incompara
bly tate finest I have any knowledge,nt
C. E. SARGENT, Tuner of -
907 Chestnut St.ahilada.
!mkt 23.3 m.
REPORT OF THE MARKETS
PRODUCE MARKET. 1
CHAMBERSBURG, 11,1863 .
...... 20 WASHED WOOL I i* 65
16 UNWASHED 11r0or. 1 43
9 CIAVER4FLED I 6 50
8 'TIMOTHY SEED 2
4to 6fLtzt 813:D I. 315
12 PARED PEACHI.S. 3 00
....-.... 8 172tPASKAPEACH.03 1 50
1 50 Dun ARPLES."....' 1 00
Sour , Baixs...
OHAMBERSB URG FLOUR AND ,GRAIN
MARKET. - - -
CORRECTED AT CHAMBERSBURG MILLS.
Flour—Wite I ' $7 SO
F lon r—Red
POTATO MARKET. 1
Mercer. New 45
FOR SALE.—A Full Course'Scum,
Aggyrip in the Quaker City Business College.Phils
delphia. Appjy , at this office: [deol6-tf.]
No" , .— A 1 persons . Wowing
th anseires indebted FOR FEES in the REGI'i
ER AND RECORDER'S OFFICE, will please settle
the same without farther ~olice, as my term of office
has expired. , My books will be at the Register's Office
forth" present. [declG] E. C-BOYD.
JOST.-A SMALL POCKET DAY
BOOK, containing charges and sou.° loos'e accounts
enc 'papers. about the Ist of December. in Chambersburg
or on the road leading to Willow Grove Mill. A liberal
reward will be paid the finder by leaving it at this office.
decl C-tf. JOHN STOUFFER(ef Jacob)
rirtice hereb)given that letters Adminis
tration on the 'Estate drSamtiel Hawk, late, of Green
township. deed, have been granted , to the inabscriber,
residing in said township.
All persons knowing themselves indebted to said Es
tate, will please make immediate payment; and those
having cairns will present them properly authenticated
Lir settlement: [dect6) ANDREW P. HYI4IIII Adm'r.
A DMINISTRATOR'SNOTICE. - -
Notice is bereby giVCIII that Letters of Lailminis-_
tration to the Estate of Jacob Shatuer. late of Peters
township. dec'd, have been granted to the undersigned,
residing in Peterstownship.
An persons km - riving -themselves' indebted to said Es
tate will please make immediate payment; And those
having claims w,ll present them properly anthenticat
'ed for settlement. 0(3061 JAMES 1). SCOTT. Adm'r.
4 is hereby given that Letters Testamentary to the
Ls' tate of Jacob Oyster, late of the Borough of Clam
hersburg, dec'J, have keen granted to the undersigubd,
residing in said Boroegh.
All persons knowing themselves indebted to said Be
nito will please make immediate payment; and those
having claims will present them properly authenticated
for settlement. CIIAHLES W. LISTER. ExeCutors.
doCI6 CHRISTIAN S. EYSTRIt.
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE AT
PRIVATE SALE.—Tbn undersigned offers at
Private Sale, a LOT -OP GROUND in the village ut St.
Thomas. having thereon erected a two storied Drick and
Weatherboarded DWELLING HOUSE, cot,taintng nine
rooms, a good log Barn and othef necessary bu ildinge.
The terms will be made to suit purchasers, and posses.
slop given on the let da) of April next. Persons wish-'
fag to view the properiy will please call on John Stitzeti
residing on the name. GEORGE STITZELL, Sr.
JIGI". If the above property is not sold by the let of
January mxt 'twill then be - for resit. [decl6-3t.]
e at Chambersbnrg
Hays Miss AnneA
Hastings Pr M
Ingersoll John B
Keefer Miss Kate
Lilly Mr Lori
:VI main Elijah
Fdelyin IVlary A
or the &bore Lottt
n adlfortised. J.
the Post Oft
Bender deo A
Bender Win 2
Barnum J Fdw•a'rd
Fought Miss A If
Fame Samuel , .
Ford Mary E
Grove Mb eMarylt
Hu erMies EG
- that they have bee
The Wagonmaker Shop and Dwelling owned
by the aubsdriber. haring beco e racanirby the decease
of the late occupant, It is now offered f.r tet.t, affur4ing
a 'reliable location for a good mechanic.
Upton, qeclB4t* GEO. COOK.
SLURE REMEDY FOR CANCER.
-- - Idrit.o P. CAI.VER, from Vermont. respectfully
announcs eto the citizens of Green( astle and surround
ing country, that she has a sure remiedy for removing
CANCERS. She does not operate with a knife; her mode
of cure being a PLASTER, which will! effect a complete
and perfect radical exterpntion of the disease, without
leaving mark or sign of its previous - eitistepLe,
not in the least DISFIGURE the person. She bits at her
residence a sample of several Cancer Tumors, 'where they
can be s-en.
gar Nerddenee on Notth Street, at the house of Loci
Hew beeker, Greencastle, Pa. bleel.63t*)
PUBLIC SALB.-LThe: subseriberi
intending to relinquish business, will offer at Pub.
lc Sale, on Prida.P. thelxt of January,.ls64. at Po'clock
P.M., the INDIAN QUEEN MOTEL, sitnate on SiOutb
Main Street. Cluunbersburg, The Rouse is a large Brick
Building, with a Barber Shop. a large Cellar and a good
Cave capable of 'holding 50 barrels of Ale. Thera is a,
large BRICK STABLE, Sheds, a vat Lou Beam PLAT.'
FORM SCALES, Spring. Wash and Smoke houseon the
the pt endites. The yard is well paved, with a well of
good Water near the Pick door, The Lot has a trout of
64 feet and runs back 256 feet. This property has been
kept as a Public IlintAe for 50 years, and has aluays had
a fair sharp of trnsiness. and has a good tun of custom
at this time. peel 6( JottN W. TAYLOR.
READING RAIL BOA D.-WIN
TER: ARRANGEMENT. •
GREAT' TRUNK LINE from the North and North.
west for Philadelphia, New York, Rending, Pottsville,
Lebanon, .Allentea n, Easton, kc.. Ad.
Trains leave itarrisbutg, for Philadelphia, New York,
Reading, Pottsville,and all intermediatestat ions atB.oo
A.ll . and Zon P. X.
N-1 w York Express leaves Harrisburg. at 3.00 t.
arriving at New York at 10.15 the same morning.
Fares front Harrisburg: To New York $3.15: to Phila
delphia $3.35 and $l.BO. Baggage checked through.
Returning. leave New York at 0 A. 31.;12,N00D,8710
T P. 31.. (Pittaburg Express arriving at Harrisburg, at 2
s. st.) Leave Philadelphia at 8.15 .s. st.,and 3.30 P.
Sleep its g ears in the New York - Ex press T rain s t hrou gh
to end from Pittsburg without change:
Passengers by the Catawissa Railroad leave Tamaqua
at 8,50 A. 31, and 2.15 p. me., for PhibidelPhia.New York,
and all Way Points. .
• . .
Trains leave Potteville at 9.15 A. It..and 2 30 P. IL. for
Philadelphia, Harrisburg and New York.
An Actaeumodation Passenger train leaves Reading at
6.10 e. X.. and returns from Philatleiphia at 4.30 P. u.
me - All the above trains run daily, Sundays
A Salvino , train leaves Pottsville:at 7.30 A. It., and
Philadelphia at 3.15 P. it
Commutation, Mileage.9eminn. and Excursion Tickets
at reduced rates to and from all points.
80 fba.Baggage allowed each Passenger : '
G. A. NICCOLLR,
Dec VS, l 8634,f. General Superintendent
A WALK - I.:NG SKELETON.
some years ago
about the streets of Philadelphia, and finally was re
duced so low that he was unable to move any longer, and
was taken over to New Jersey
There he lay confined to his bed, and Dr. Thornton said
his lungs were gone, and lie would not live a week. In
that low state he heard of, and obealned, some •
ROOTS AND HERBS, .
and madek medicine that soon made a change in hi's'
whole system. It expelled all the matter from the
lunge, mubus front the stomach, started the liTer, and,
iu fact, expelled all the morbid matter from the system.
began to improve, and it was with difficulty he could be
prevented from eating too much, Ile took the moat
nourishing fixsi, and in a short time, he began to
Now he ie a great.heaxty man, weighing over two bitu
dred and tWenty ponMis. His •
SEA WEED TONIC, and
MAN DRAKE PILLS,
are a composition similar to the medicine that cured
him. He in no* travelling from one city to anothbr.
seeing patients and administering his medicines; and IE
is said he will take ry person in the
LAST...STAGES OF CuNSUMPTION,
'and in afew weeks they are about, in a tolerable good
health. His medicines change the whole' system, and
the patient soon begins to have
A GOOD APPETITE.
As the food nourithes the system he finds that hots get
ting fleshy. Nature overpowers his disease; and he gets
well. This is the gfest feature of
DR. R.IHENCE."S 3IEDICINES;
they make new matter, new blood, and by keeping the
digestive organs healthy, dibrase must be expelled.
need his adv in Another column._ [deeld-lt]
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
and Dealer in all kis& of Merchandiee has
]FADE ANOTHER DRAFT
on Odladelphia and New York for
IN W GOODS,
5 , )
• , assortment of
in this place. As this large
'stock embraces such a vast variety
of articles, it would be impossible to
enumerate articles and give prices• Suffice
to sal that this varied assortment of
'goods embraces a full and complete
assortment of GROCARIES
from the common to
to the market.
Choice Green an•ißl a ck
Tens, Chocolate, line Syrups,
Sugars, Coffees, 8:1t, Fish, Pickles, Rice,
Cheese, fresh Crackers, dried
Beans, Honsiuy, Catsup,
Pepper Sauce, Vine
a couiplete as
PURE, FRESH, GROUND AND UNGROUNIi SPICES,
ASD BAKING ARTICLES.
- AU spices deli are carefully cleaned and ground on
Ns own spice mill..uAlao, a full varlet*
Yanej Soaps ,
Dec. ld, 1883:
Newcomer Q S
Rambo A. M
Smith Jim Mar}
Scott Mrs Nancy
Smith Mrs Mary B
AND 5000, ARTIOL RS NOT lirA MED,
all of width will be sold at cheap figures
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
Call and examine for yourself and be convinced that at
• • -GELWICK'S CHEAP•STORE -
Bison Mire Cat
I Williams George
Wafters A B
• - iB the place for bergain . e: •
P. 13.—Ilurire also 100 Bbttles of :den , 4rtle ptantiffe.
tore of etriclly pure Grape Wine for eale; b1ec10763)
ere will plena ilar
.W.DP.AL, P. kl;
Pet - IffiiAlin 111* - 6iiiitif Ottentke 16,-.'.4863.
anti uncceeded in bringing to
Articles of Ititrdware, •
SOMETHING NEW IN PHILA
PHOTOGRAPHIC & ART GALLERY,
NO. V 3 38,CHEST14111" STREET,
Opposite U. S. Mint.
Gallery. Reetptinn and Operating Roosts,
ALL OS TUS FIRST FLOOR. •
All styles and sizes of Photographs, IvorytYpes, Per
rotypes or "Tintypes" and taken at prices to snit the
--Pictures Finished in Water Colors, 011, India Ink and
Horses andother.aulmals, Equipages., Country Seats,
Ruins, Models of Muehittery,Ac., far Paleating accurate
P.P. Cooper desires to call the attention of persons
visiting Philadelphia tubas- new Ground Floor Gallery,
where he has iutreduced-newly patented cameras, capii
iffe of taking, in a few seconds, one httadred Photographs
from the small stamp ur autographic, to the Imperial
and Life Size.
Alter many experiments be has succeeded in placing
his sky-light at en improved angle, diffusing the light
in equal proportions, and producing that soft gradatiou
iif tone,which cannot be given by the Aide and sky-lights
generally used, and which is of so much ituporutuce to
Die leanly of a picture. It is made of frenkle glass,-
anti is the hugest in Philadelphia.
Mr. i..,uoper has been engaged more titan twenty years
in the study and Practideafthe Fine• Arts. ills long ex
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cient guarantee fur the perfection of the picture& made
at his establishment.
The art ef'idealiziug is well understood ; none but the
most shiliul artists are employed in the respective de
All Pictures Warranted:—the Ivorytypes will not
change in any climate, and Will stand the test of acids.
Particular attention is paid to giving graceful and easy
Daguerreotypes and all other kinds of *Silures copisd,
front small medallion to,life size, and finished in cotre
or Indian ink, to look equal to plaints taken fronxilfe.
This positesses rare facilities for taking,Eguss
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N. IL—To-Photograpluirs, Coloriets.aud others. Just
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. 00I I ORING,...IVOTCYTYPING 4 Eta-
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Couiplete hiktructions given for, making Iverytypes,
with some valuable receipt% never before pnbliuheit
ipeful to all photogralAiorerforoneof,w.hich a large SUM
lute been offered.
R tol.oving the directions contained in this book,
even those persons with:no previous knowledge of Paint
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etlecti% e style.
Price. 01; . e Copy. $5.06. Five Copies, $20.00. By remit
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pteparatipus complete wilt be furnishd free of
Will be Published shortly,.
A VALUABE.F. WORK ON BRAINO.
With progressive Illustrations cf the HUM= Face and
' A ItAND-ligoK ON POSITIONS.
With Illustrations. Designed for the use of Photograph,-
Mr. Cooper continues io receive Ladies and Gentlpmen
into his Muses for Inntrndtion in Drawing, and Photo.
graph. Ivorytype. India. Ink, and Pasta Painting, and a
beautiful procesi r)r Enameling ,•tetnres.
Cirbnlars containing list of prices of pictures and fur
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an uction maybe had by enclosing Post °face Address
and a Stamp to P. F. COOPER,
1338 Chestnut Street. Philadelphia.
Caleb (lope, President Academy of Fine Arts. -
Dr. Thos. D. Wilson. Ornithologist and 'Entomologist.
Rov. Thomas Stiles Martin, P. E. Church.
Ihm. Victor A. Sartori, Conan of Leghorn. -
Robert It. Clarkson, of Ritm of Jay Cooke k C'o.
New York, Rev. W. A.Maybin, Rea. St.Alban's Church
Bost - on, J.
_E. Tilton &
Worcester, Mass., D. Dodge, Esq.
Baltimore, Mons. Adedee Sanvan, French Consul.
& IT. T. L'iTIIONY,
Manufacturers of Photographic Mat eriale
541 Broadway, New York.
Our Catal4glie now embraces considerably over Four
Thousand different subjects (to which additions are con
tinually being made) of Portraits ot Eminent Americans
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charge the Claims fur Damages sus:aim:id by citizens on
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- JACOB WEIDLE, }Appraisers.
nov2f-it WORRA LL,'
PROPOSALS. -0.04.6 - Depot Com
missary, U. R. A.. Chamberiburg, Pa December
th,lB63.—Senled proposals, in d ['plicate, are respect fril
ly Invited to the undersigned, until 1, P. 31., Thursday,
December 17th, 1863, for furnishing the United Staten
Subsiotence - Department, delivet ed Chembersburg,
t, (necks, Shacks, and idsey •
quality, in equal proportion of
n such quantities as may be re.
o f r a e a gr at d ob a bt
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quiredfand on such days as shall be dssignated at this
office, comme ncing Detember 21st, 1863.
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be guaranteed by two responsible ptrsons, whose signs.,
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rigbt'of purchase elsewhire to make up the deficiency
charging the advance paid over the contract price to Mr
party failing to deliver.
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DITBLIC SALE OF VALUABLE
REAL ESTATE.—The undersiipied,,kbiecUtors of
J a mes 3. Kennedy, late or Guilford township; dec'd,
will offer at Public Salo, on , the premises, on Saturday,the 1901 day of December, 1863, the following described
Real Estate. to wit.
• .• • . -
All that valuable GRIST HILL, situate about half
mile South-west of Chamberslnvg, on the Co nocochea gne
.Creek. The NM is two story, part Prima, and part
Brick, has three run of Stone, and has lately been
thoroughly repaired. There are attached to said pro.
party, 11 ACRES and 10 PERCHES of Land, part of
which is excellent Meadow and a one and a hall story
Roughcast DWELLING HOUSE„ and Stable. The )1111
' . a large town and country custom. Also.
At the same time and place, a TRACT OP TIMBER
LAND, situate in Hamilton township, about 5)4 allies
Th,m Chambersburg, and about half mile frOm the
Warm Spring yowl, bounded by ,ands of James Andrews,
John Shaffer, Charles Lightner and others, containing
30 ACRES and 133 PERCHES, neat measure. This tract
is well covered with Pine, Hickory and Oak timber, and
if desired at the sale, will be subdivided in small tracts.
Sale to take place at the Mill, at 1 o'clock, P. Id
said day, when terms will be made known by
T. B. KENNEDY, -
dec2 J. L. KENNEDY,4 Executors.
ORPHANS' COURT SALE' OF
REAL BETATE.—The subscribers, Administra
tors of the Estate of George Lehmaster, late of the Bor
ough ef'Chatubersburg, dec'd, will cell under an ordet
of the Orphans' , Court of Franklin County, at Public
Sale, on the premises, on Wednesday, the 234 of December
1883, at 1 o'clock, the following valuable Real Estate,
late the property of said dec'd:
Purport . lat. Consisting of half LOT OF GROUND,
'situate on Mein Street in thel3oroughChambersburg,
bounded west by Alain Street; south by lot of Carrie
Susan Hetiick, east by a sixteen feet alley, and on the
north by lot of Augustus Rifleman. with a two story
BRICK GWELLING HOUSE, and Back 'Building
on erected. Also,
At the same time and place, a TRACT OF MOUNTA IN
LAND, situate in St. Thomas township, Franklin co,
bounded by lands of Ephriam Young, Geo. Heller, John
Cronse's heirs, and 'heirs of James Campbell, deo'd, con
tolniugl6 ACRES and 0 PERCHES neat measure. The
above mentioned Land is well covered with Young and
Thrifty Timber. Persons wishing to view the premises
before the day yf sale. can do so by calling on the undef ,
signed. Tirms , made known on the day of sale, by I
PHILIP LEHASTER,I, Adrain'rs.
dec2 JOHN A. LEMASTER,
ORPHANS' COURT SALE OF
VV REAL ESTATE.—The subscribers, Adininistra
tins of the Estate , of Matthew Gillen, late - of the Bor
ough of Chernbersbarg, dec'd, will sell ender an or
der .1 the Orphans' Court of Franklin County. on Tues
day, the= of December. 1863, at 1 o'clock, P.M., a LOT
OF GROUND, late the property of said dec'd, *nate on
West Market Street in the Boroug of Chamberaburg,
bounded by Market Street on the north, lot of Alexan
der Fritz on the west, an Alley on the south and lot of
Robert E. Tolbert on the east, having thereon erected a
Xliree story BRICK FRONT BUILDING and 2 two-story
Brick Back Buildings. The Front Building, beside tile -
Dwelling House contains a good Store Room and a large
and commodious Saddle and Harness Maker Shop, with a
Lugo run of custom being an old Established Stand. In
the back yard there is a Cistern and an: excellent Well
of Water. There is also erected on the lot, a large Brick
Stable and other improvements. The buildings are all
new, having been bitilt but a few years.
A good opportunity is now offered to persons seeking
investments in Real Estate.
Terms made known on day of Sale by
CATHARINE C. GILLAN, AdmTrs.
doc2-ta THOMAS GILLAN, Adm'r.
Put)UBLIO SALE.—FignlFlin, Hotel,
Greencastle, Pa.—The subscriberli will offer at
lit Sale, on thepremises on Saturday, the 10th day
of December, 3853, fite -- PRARLJN UOTRL, and LOT
OF GROUND, now occupied by Daniel Poreman, situated
on Carlisle Street, near the Diamond. The house con
tains two Parlore,one on the first and one on the second
floor: Dining Room, 14 Bed Rooms, Kitchen,Bar Room,
&c, The YARD,Is large and well arranged or persons
stopping with buggies and wagons. The STABLE is in
good condition, and capable of accommodating 40 to 50
horses. There is n good Cistern on the premises and a
Weil of excellent water near the kitchen door. -
There is a riew pair of Root .4 Case's HAY AND StOCR
SCALES in the yard. The yard is well adapted for
weighing stock, being large and entlrely enclosed with
a good fence.
Persons desirous of viewing the property will phase
call on the present occupant, who will show the same.
Possession and good title will be given on the is day of
A pril, 1864.
Sale to comments at 1 o'clock, when terms will he
- made known by • C C. FOLTZ.
dec2-3t a JNO. F. CROFT.
ATALITABLE FARM FOR. SALE.
v - - Thentbscriber offers at Private Sale, hie FARM
situated about v, mile from Quincy,Coatainglsl ACRES
14 of which is inTIMBER and thriving Ciewituut. :fr4
of the Farm is of the bestquality 0 LIMESTONE LAND
and alba a high state of cultivation. Phe %improve
mentsare a largo BRICK HOUSE, pith portico and
porches, a new BRICK BANK IiARN,BO feet long, with
Wagon Shed and Corn Crib attached, double Frame
Carriage House,Brick Wash HOuse,,Smokellonse, Bake
Oven,andatl necessary outbuildings, in good repair
There is a large Cistern close to the Barn, used for Stock
and one near the kitchen. There is a Well of excellent
water in the yard. There is also a variety of chqice
Fruit, such as Pears,Pluras, Peaches and Grapee in the
yard. Theie salso a good ORCHARD of yonngthriving
Fruit on the premises.
Versons wishing to view the land can do so by - calling
on the subscribe' ,or any inforauttion respecting it. can
bo obtained by callingon Gee. J. Baisley, County Treas
urer. [sent 9-tf.) JOHN MIDDOWER.
:DRIVATE SALE OF TANNERY
11 NEA:II. FAYETITVILLE.—pIe undersigned will
ei,ll at Private Sale, the following , described LEAL ES
TATE, to wit:
80 ACRES 'OF LAND.
All under good fenceand tillable, with a good BrickDrrell
ing, a never failing well of good water near the door, a
good Barn and Thrashing Floor, a tine Orchard bearing
'the beet fruit. Also
ofnlargellats, 6iargeLeachee with limes and - pools
Bark M ill, Roller. Pump and Fulling Stocks, all in excel
'lent order, the whole'opemting by WATER POWER.
'A Leo a good Barkehed, all unturpaimed in convenience
!and labor saving.
The above property will be shown to any person on ap
plication to Jacob It. Cook of Fayetteville, or John, Z.
Cook ofeliambereburg. Terms will be rinutonable.
June 17,'_63-tf PETER COOK.
VALUABLE STE.AM. TANNERY
FOR SALE,—The undersigned will sell attPrivate
ate,his TANNERY, known as the Corner Tannery, v. JO
.team and water-power, Saw Alill,Choppingllill,Stocks
d• breaking hides, &c. The Tannery has 8 leeches,32
, rats, 2 limes and water-peel, and is capable of tanning
00 heavy hides a year. There are two Log Dwelling
louses, Barn,Stable and other necessary out-build ngs
semected With, the Tannery. and about 60 Acrescleaaed.
sith good fruit. Re will sell any quantity of land with
he Tannery, from 100 to 700 Acres. 0 er 600 Acres arc
imber,and an ample supply of Chesnut Oak Bark to
,un the Tannery for fifty years. It is situated about
miles South-west of Mercersburg, on LlCking Creek
Terms made easy. Possession will be given this fall
necessary. For further partictders address the under
si gned, at ltiercersburg, Franklin county, Pa.
aug 12, 63-tf - C. METCALF..
BY VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF
JO the Orphans' Oourt of Franklin county, Pa.,the
uodereigned, Administrator of Peter Yee, late of Ltter
kenny township,.ffec'd, will offer at Public Sale, on the
premises. on Saturday. the 2d day_ of January, 1814, at
10 o'clock. A. M.. the following described Real Estate, V 17.:
A TRACT OF TDIBER LAND, situate in Letterkenny
township, bounded by lands of Jacob Wingert, Barmy
itoover, - Jeremiatt Enßinger, - and Martin Landis, con.
tabling 15 ACRES and SPE LICHER, neat measure. The
timber on said tract consists of Rook Oak, Chestnut,
Black Oak and Locust. The terms will be made known
on day of Sale. by GEORGE YOE, Adver.
By order of Court—Wm. G. 3irrennt.t, Clerk. [dec9s
QMALL FARM FOR' SALE.- - --Tho
Ly subscriber will sell at Private Sale the MALL
FARM on which he now resides situate in Antrim thin,
ship, Franklin County, about six miles from Greencas
tle, on the Cashtown road, adjoiiiing lands of Samuel
Myers and others, contain in gabont" FORTY ACRES—aII
cleared land; in good order and under good fence.- There
is a YOUNG ORCHARD of thrifty trees on the place, and
a Well ofexcellent water. The Improvements consist
of a - two-story LOG DWELLING ROUSE, a NEW
BANK BARN,forty- two feet long, and well flnishol,
and all other necessary out buildings. - Possession
be given on the Ist of April, 1881. Terms will be made
known on application to the subscriber residing on the
premises. [oct 21'6.3411 SAMUEL C. KRIDER
DEAL ESTATE AT PRIVATE.
SALE.—The subscriber will,eell at Private Sale
a part of the lower end of the OLD MANSION FARM,
situated about 3 miles from Greencastle. containing
about 30 ACRES, 8 of which is TIAIBEIL adjoining Jos.
Ira& on the Southend the Pranklin ftailroad ou tfto
teat. The hiprovements are a 1 3 4 story LOG HOUSE
and small Stable. A Stream of Water passes through
the centre of the land.
Persona wishing to view the Premises can do so by
'calling at the old Mansion Farm. '`
n‘4. 11, '63 tf ABRAiLikM KAI:3IIIAR
HO USE AND LOT AT PRIVATE
SALE.--1. will sell at Private Sale. until the 20th
of this month, the property of Mrs. Mary McKeehan.
near the Saw Mill of Shepler, Clarke & Co. P vsesslon
given theist of April next. JOSEPH CIARKIt,
• doc24t - - Agent of Mrs. Mary McKeehan.
CARDS printed in every style; at
lowett ratet, at the aced the FAAISELIN 11S-
teat etotati *alto.
USTEE'S SALE OF VALUA
BLE PROPERTY.—Theutoleraignerliqrustee, tut
er an order of o tne Orphans'
Court of Franklin County,
to sell the Estate of Saninei W. IleintzelMan;.dec'd,
will expose to sale, by Public Outcry, on "the premiltert,
en Tuesday. the sth clay of Ja nuary, 1804, the folloteimg
described Real Estate :
A TRACT OF LAND. situate in Guilford township,
Franklin County, about 11.,' rules from Cbambersburg,
ou the Greencastle road. awl , with the Dwelli n g 'R e nee
not more than 150 yards front the Franklin Railroad,
adjoining lands of Win. Geyser, Peter Brongh, Michael
Harkelrode, and others, containing 113'ACRES and 57
PKRCIIF,S. About 100 Acres of the land are cleared,
under good fence and the land is in excellent tillible or
der. The balance of the laird is set with good timber.
The land is the best of Liruestanciand highlypr„Ouctir ~;
been well Limed and Manured The improvr
monis are a large two storied STONE DIVKLIIisr,.
lIOUSE. With good Kitchen and Back-buildlng—lii go,l
order, part of it new, and the whole in good repair
Also a new BRICK DWELLING 11013.3 F,, abbut 17p
yards from the Mansion Rouse—good size arid in exer.t.
lent order. There is a NEW FITONE AND FRANI V
BANK BARN, with Wagon-Shed, c orm2rib and all m . 1 .
esenry out-buildings. /he Bark is quite large, comic,.
(nous and finish en in excellent order. The Barn Is con
venient to both the Dwelling nonce& There aro two.
Wells of excellent Water near the Houses end Cistern.
toeach House. The Wells are never-falling even in VI,
dryest season. There is a small stream of Water rilaii
through the farm CAM vonient forwatering stock. Tlivic
is also an ORCHARD on the farm with Apples. Peach(',
and PEARS. The land is just rolling enongb for pro
ductivefarming. still is free from rocks on the surface.
Alto—A TRACT OF 8 AORES and 124 PERCH'S&
neat measure, situate as before, and adjoining the, farm
above described , and divided from it by a publle 'road.
It adjoins landirof C. M. Burnett, Edward Culbertson
and others. This land is all cleared, in excellent order.
and a very high state of cultivation. '
Also—A Tract of SLATE TIMBER LAND, contain - dr g
25 Acres and 80 Perches situate in Ifrimlitou townidrip,
lying West of the C ruococherigne Creek e pne ndle from
the before described lauds : adjoining laude of Christian
Martin. John Grove and others.
• TERMS OF SALE —Ten per cent. of the pprchr"e
money to be paid or sueured when the property is MO( h -
en otr; one-half, ineiteling . the ten per cent, to be paid
on the let of April. ISei-1. when poiression will be given;
an i the other half in two equal annual payments with
Sale to commence at 1 o'clock, on saki day.
doc9-ts Trustee of 8. W . lleintnelmen,dea'd.
•.9 Lancaster Ezuminer and Waynesboro Recd
copy till sale and send bills to this °filed for collection.-
PUBLIC SALE OF VALUABLE
REAL ESTATE.—The undersigned, Executors
with the Will annexed, of Jacob Oyster. deo'd, will sell.
in pursuance of the ternisof the said Will, on Monday.
the 28th day of Deceniter, A. D., 1863, the following tit
scribed Real Esta;e. to Nt :
The HOUSE and-LOT aim occupied by Hon. James L.
Black as a store and dwelling. house, fronting on Main
Street,tuehanabershurg.:i2 fees In front, and, running
back the mac width to an alley. :MI feet, on which Is
erected a tiro story BRICK IIOIISE, with_ Back Build
ings, Stabling; Sc, All of which will be shown to poi
sons desirous of purchasing, t,y lion. J. L. Black, at
Also—the D . WELLING 'HOUSE now occupied by Mrs.
Sarah Oyster, widow of Jacob Oyster, dec'd, and the
Slore Room in same building, now occupied by Mr. Thos.
Metcalf, situate on Main St.. Chambersburg, bounded
by lot of Matthew Welsh and an Alley. being 40 feet - in
front, and 100 feet deep. On this property is a fine two
story BRICK HOUSE, with a neverfaillnu Well of good
Water, a Cistern, Stable, d:e. Persons desircins of_ pur
chasing the property. can see it at any time by apply
ing to Mrs. Sarah Oyster at suitable hours.
Also—The PILKME HOUSE and LOT, now occupied by
Cant.'John S. Eyster, bounded by King Street on the
front, by lot of Corned lionaion on the West, by the
Paper Milldam and Falling, Spring OA the Dist and coutli.
This lot is about 4U feet In front on King Street, by about
140 feet deep. The property May be seen and examined '
any person desiring to purchase the same, by appli ,
cation to Capt. John S. Eyster,itt suitable hones.
A. perfect and complete title will be given for the
The said property will be sold as follows c The pr'.-
petty occupiod by Judi-e Black at 10 o'clock. ,e 1 th e :St t t
of December, on the povignent in front of e (lone .
The property occupied 'Mrs. Sarah 03si qr_ on t 6
pavement in front of - the hon.,. uin, cif ately alter the
first, and the property occupied. by Juliu b. _Oyster on the
pavement in front of the house, immediately after the
foimersale. When the terms of sale wilt be made knout
CHARLES W. EYSTEE,
C. S. EYS Ell.
Ex - te of ..".1. , ;‘ 03 ster, deed.
ATALIJABhE REAL ESTATE AT.
V PUBLIC SALE.—There will be exposed at Pub
lic Sale, on the premises, in Warren township, Franklin
county, on Friday, the IFfh day of December ' 1863, the.
following very desirable tracts or parcels of land, lets
the Estate of Jacob ;Zimmerman, dec'd, viz THE
Sl ANSION FARM of said &ceased, cent:ailing 196 Acres
and 49 Perches, neat measure, adjoining lands of P. W.
Cook, Jacob Zimmerman. Isaiah - Brewer, and Peter Zlin.
merman. The improvements consist of two storied
BRICK DWELLING HOUSE, large Brick 'Bank Barn,
and other out-buildings. The land Is well watered—
boron COye Creek" passing through the same: About
166 Acres arecletired; enclosed mostly with- good post.
and-rail fence, and under cultivation. There is,also •
good Apple Orchard on the premises. This tract is
known in the Sheriff's Inquisition as_ Purpart No.: 1.
Also, A TRACT OF LAND, containing 210 Acres and 118
Perches, neat measure, adjoining Jacob Zimmerman,
Peter Cook. Henry Brewer and Peter Zimniermalt..,
About 150 Acres cleared, well fenced, and under cultiva- •
tion. The Improvements are a two-storied DWELLING
DOUSE, Log Dprn, Saw Mill, Tenant House, and other ,
buildings. There is, also, on this tract a thriving young
Apple Orchard. This-Farm is well watered—o - Mouutain
Run" passing through It. Human as purpart N 0.2.
Also, A TRACT OF LAND, containing 10 Acres, and
61 Perches, neat measure. adjoining lands of Ai Wart
John Zimaierman,Peter Zdnimerman and others being
the Mill Tract. On this tract there is erected A. FOUR,
STORIED GRIST MILL, capable of turning out 30 bbbt
of Floarper day ; a three storied Brick Dwelling Muse;
withan excellent Spring of Water in the cellar; 2 Lsg.
Dwelling }lenses; Saw Mill ; '2 Stables : and otherbuild
logs. Known as'pnrpart No. 4.
TERMS:—One-third of the purchase money to remain
for the 930 of the widow, the Interest thereof to be c.
her semi-annually, at her death, Principal to heirs
ance—one4hird In band and - two equal annual payments
with interest from 1 April,lB64. - Possession to be given
1 April, 1864. Pigments to be seamed in the land.
Sale to commence at 10 o'clock, A. 11.'
JOHN S. ZIMMERMAN, 1 .
JACOB S. ZIMMERI,IAN.
A CHANCE FORSPECULATION
—VALM4B:LE PROPE,IiTTAT PINYIN tA.I.k.—The, undersigned. on acoount of advancing
years and consequent inability to superintend and man
age the busineswillaiell at Private S ale her property,.
formerly knowr. as HANOVER 'IRON WORKS" and
now known as "ELYSIAN MILLS,,' Situated nine miles
'South of McConnellstuarg, (the county seat of Fulton
county, Pa.,) on the road leading to Hancock, Md., and
distant twelve miles from the latter place., on the Chesa
peake and Ohio Canal and the Baltimore and Ohio Rail
Road. The property contains 600 ACRES, four hundred
of which is' mountain Land well timbered, affording ex
cellent range and ptisture for cattle and Sheep. - v
Of the remaining two hundred acres, Abort- one hun
dred Is cleared and under fence and In a good _state at
cultivation,comprising LIMESTONE, SLAgS and BOT
TOM LAN. The improvements consist — of a three
story Stone and Frame FLOURING MILL, complete la
all its arrangements for either Custom or Merchants
woi k, with four run of Mines and two Water Wheels,
and an UNFAILING SUPPLY OF WATER, situated on
cove Creek in a fine grain -growing region. A SAW
MILL nearly new 1 a two story • Stone Dwelling House;
with all the necessary and convenient attachments and .
nut-buildings, with a-choice variety of fruits and shrub
bery surrounding the whole, and with a never-failing '
Well of water at the door and under roof. A Ste
building containing a: STORE ROOM and.BUSINRISS
OFFICE. Two Barns, a Carpenter Shop, and a Black
smith Shop. Two old fruit-bearing Apple Orchards and
one young Orchard Just beginning to bear.L There Is as
inexhaustable MINE OF IRON ORE on - the premises,
offering inducements to capitalists wishing to embark In
the Iron business.
TO any person wishing to engage in the Distilling
shwas this le a most inviting location. .
If the property is not sold by the, let ofFebruary,ll4 ,
it will be for rent.
Forfurther information call on me on the premises, ar
apply in person or by letter, to James! Pott, McConnell*.
burg, Fulton county, Pa. • •
',Upstart Mills, now 18-tf.l MAGDA_LENA POTT.
VALUABLE TAVERN STAND
v FOB, BALE.-=The undersigned offer at Private
Sale, the well known Tavern, situated on the corner oe
Market and Second Streets now in the occupandy of_
Sheriff Brown. The Hotel is a large commodious ti
storybrick building . The yard attached is admire
arranged for travellers - stopping with buggies a
wagons. Th astable is large and airy, and capable of
accommodating from 60 do SO hhad of horses. The out.,
buildingssuck as Wash MUM, Springlionse.lcerkmsei 2,
dm., makes it the Moisedestrable • Hotel in the 'counts.
Its near locationto the Rail Road, Court House, Bamt, -
and busmessplifces,rendms it the most . pleasant and
convenient stopping place in town.
Persons desiring to purebase,can see they remises and -
learn - 0e ternia of isle by calling °litho on derisiga ed.
TANNERY FOR SALE.—The sub
scriber offers for Sale his 'TANNERY, situate tit
nneltsburg. Fulton County: • The yard contain t 40
TA:AB., 9 LEACHES, (all under roof); with goOdBBIA.X
8110 P, BARK SHEDS, and . everything convenient ibr
carrying on the 'business. An abundance of Bark an be
had for $3.0783.50per,c0rd,.' "Largeind good DWELL
ING ROUSE d Tenant Iforise, together with all nee.,
emery buildi gs, and abundsine.e of FRUIT, on the lots
of the choicestltind. In connection with the above will
be sold, if desired. 21 ACRES - ofinqele 4 L/3LBSTOIIia
e - O
LAND In shish etatf cultivitien. ,
oit.7 W 33. no kE,
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