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Oosaiz Wrru OVA ' FRIENDS.--Can one
SWAP with the head-ache? We know the comma
elitY will Map athite With us in allour ills awl seem!.
4 * For are we not all sympathising men?" So we
make hold to announce the mournful fact that we
beam wIuM was once called head-ache, now neuralgia,
perhapsfrom cold, or possibly from the noise
our furloughed Foldjers make 'o The Rebel
army tusk be dluidrulised, but from the way our
toldiers arie,ar, we think them demoralized somewhat
too. SurelY they have had a campaign in Flanders.
We have %serious notion of putting up a bar in our
lower office. There's money in it. We would like
—to have had an opportunity of addressing the soldiers
_who weropaid off the other day. The substance of
our oration would have been as follows: '
"Soldierß and Eudora-citizensof the/1770 Cornmon
wealth, of Pennaykania Ye have done well, ye are
tit compatriots of the America❑ eagle that hovers
o'er the Palladium of our... Liberties. Well have ye
ensued your- motley. REM. tr."
- Last Thursday night we looked fora splendid item
but were disappointed. Luny in the evening the
gas wouldn't burn, and therace for Tampa reminded
us of the foolish virgins of yore; but alas, in a short
hour the gas was turnedOr, and the lamps were *ta
nned inn double sense. Thus it is, 0 fell* sinners;
_ Iwo value and are valued till displaced by something
supposed to be better. ",We illusionatehnd are dis
illusionatod." l'oguc la galore, is gas at $3.75 per
I.OiJO feet preferable'to Kerosene at SO cents per gal.?
Echo answer "By no. means." N. B.—Kerosene
merchants will each pleaSe send us ono pint KerAsene
in payment of the above echo. Our gas is anything
but latighing gas—financiallY.
• The following lines aritated to have boon found in
the trowseek pocket of a dead cavalryman, some,
where in Virginia. Poor fellow I Wo congratulate'
him. •Ile has peace at last:
Who ere I Married her was kind
• As u.ny woman you could find.
But now don't doubt " to speak her mind "7
Who said she'd "honor and obey"
Her husband dear by night and day,
.#eit fain in all - thiugayias her way?
Who at my head oft threw my boot,
de from the hoagie I took a "shoot,"
-And harlood after me "you brute"?
Wholated everything-I love •
Who said ",below" when I "above;
Who cried "'a crow" when I "a clove"?
Why hive T gone ossubstitute,
When I can neither ride nor shoot?
Go aski,--for as the dismal grave I'm - mute—
. Is there a paperer magazine in the country that
makes no mention of the death of TEUCKEVAT,
Thae.kemy, the:novelist, the essayist, the lecturer,
the great moralist? Ho has done more to remove
the tinsel from vice, the cloak from crime, romance
from wickedness, hypocrisy fromreligion, than any
modern writer. He was never a favorite with young
ladies or.youthful collegians. The admirers of Syl
vanus Cobb, Jr., were no friends of Thackeray.—
Many lovely ladies have taken offence at his " He
len and Amelia;" and yet ask any true man whether
he would be ashamed of such a mother as 4ither of
those characters, and you would get for an answer ;
"surely no." "Beckoy Sharpe" has been pronounc
ed an asaggcration by some, and yet we have seen
in our day at least one Bcekey Sharpe. Who that
hail lived in this world has not seen a Maier Pen
tiennis, a army, Belton, a Sam Huiter, a Laura
Bell, a Blanche Amory, or Capt. Costigaia ? Shall we
ever cease to love. dear, kind, noble George War
ringion—t&pity peor.old Boris—to despise Sir Fran
cis Claveririg—tc hold in utter contempt my Lord
-Steyne f' Thominor characters in Thackeray's nov
els stand out as distinctly as the principal ones. His
beet characters are not perfection, and the wicked
.are not without some redeeming traits: - This is na
ture. Ills "English Essayists" is invaluable .1 - "The
Book of Snobs " we carried with us religiously for a
week ; James' I)iary is stanpard,. and has been a
model for many a miserable. writer who imagined
spelling to be all of wit and humor. Alas, that
lnleh a man must die! Thank God,. his works re:
main ! In all humility We may say, that lolig as
_life aid thought last we wilt - love and respect the
memory of ThaekeraY—" the week day preacher."
FRANKLIN COVIUT TAT E.S.-1-We have
before us the Auditor General's Report, in which we
thtd the various contributions made by Franklin
count' to the State Treasury, with the several
amounts re-paid to our county and citizens by, the
Oommonwealth. The . following table exhibits' the
mounts contributed and reheivet:
~.- - AMOUNTS PAID.-
Tax real and - personal $ 31,055 16
Bank of Chatab'g, tax on dividends 6,112 75
time, tax on stook_ 2,01 117
.Special tax—war loan 5,612 14
Collateral Inheritance , SAN 13
Retailers' License 1,926.66
Tax on writs, wills, &c.. 552. 2 6
Tavern Licences 313 15
'ltestauran V 215 50
Distilleries _ ,. 178 00
Qambersbrirg Gas Co-- - , 84 00
Wayneshoro'lftu-npike. - 71 42
ilowling - Saloons, &c 64 10
RECEIVED FROM VIE STATE.
Ocenmen 5ch0015....:...._.3,383 60
abatement of State tax.. • 60
Win. McLellan, Esq., revising Revenue •
code. 1,009 00
Andeison, Mercantile Appraiser • 738
• Total receipts $ SS
It will be seen that Franklin county -contriputes
$51,9r4 35 to the State Treasury, and receives directly
itr,seturn $6,824 58, /caving a margin in favor of
the State of $45,129 77.- The valuation of our county
for taxable purposes is $12,674,963 the assessment of
State , tax by the last board of Re v anew Commissioners
as Ve2,7M 47, to which mustlbe added the special half,
mfil tax, amounting to $6..14 58. Our, population
given at 4t242 and our ta.xablps at 9,816. The lati
• septennial assessment however'givesaur iaxables at.
Mitt CommoN SciiooLs.—We have thei
...433niusliteport of the Slate Superintendent of Com
-ulna *hoots. from which we learn that Franklin
count' has now Z.r2 v.:boob, and still requires 8 to
meet the wants of the people. Theavemge time the
ohooli are kept (Vert is Ave months and 21 dayS; -
, Chtunbersburg keeps schools opoz9 meths t.Letterj
kenny, Mercersburg, and Southampton are-next
highest, keeping their schools open cis monthstlan
neV Greencastle, and Warren are lowest—having
but 4 months. There are 150 male teachers employed
in the e,Ount - atan average salary of $22.84--Cham
bershurg paying the, highest, $35 per month, and
Imrgart the lowest, - $18,43. There aro 50 female
teachers: employed, at an average salary of $15,08-
Antrim paying. the highest, $24 per month and
Greencastle the lowest, $l6. There arc 6.344 male
and 5,149 female scholars in our schools, out of which
the avegsge attendance is 6,558, at, an average cost
per month of 50 ets. There aro 78 learning German
in the sahools. The amount of tax levied in the
.00ttaty for school' purposes for the year 186.3 was
$33,380 62:' and for building Purposes, $3,272 87—
'making &iotal levy of $36,653 49: The tax is 3 mills
for school PurPoses and 1.2 mills for building. The
State appropriation received was $3,923 60, anci
a,morint received from taxes $35,410 42. During the
year the sum of $27,530 70 was paid forinstruction;
$4,210 2O for fuel and contingencies; $6,192 78 in par
-chunk's', building and renting buildings. At the close
of the year the balance on hand was $3,433 39; the
permanent debt $11,68.5, and temporary debt-$2,030,-
31.* It will be seen that Franklin is mostlilueral in .
her !IMAM of general education'.
REV. SAVIIEL J. Nrecom.s, Pastor of the
Prost)notion Cooperation in this pile% Oreached is
Harrisburg on Sabbath last.
.‘,.. I -,-..
MILITARY D AIUGES...— , AI.effirS Jleigter
Worrell and Weidle, the commissioners appointednn
der the act of last winter, to appraise inilitarydama
ges in the border counties, ;have heard all claims for
losses sustained by the Stuart Raid in) the eounti of
Adams, Franklin and Fulton, There *ere 100 claims
heard and disposed of in Adams, and 'min Franklin
and ninon. Thee claims have, been adjudicated,
and those of Franklin and Fulton were reported to
the-Court of Dauphin county on the 18th inst. The
Adams county cases will be renorteillin a few day.
The claims for.damagiw arbiting from 'the .31 ilitia and
the Anderson CavalrY. have not yetheen considered,
and the losses sustained by the rebel occupation of
oar county last summer, having' 017 tn. ed after - the
passage of the law. are not embraced the du
ties of the commissioners. The pre_nt Legislature
will doubtless enlarge their powers s i n as to embrace
this class of claims, The commissioners have dis
charged their duties with great industry, intelligence
and fidelity, and they bear testimony to the honesty
of our people as a rule by reporting that attempts
at extortion were extremely_ rare. They estimate,
that it will require about $1,250,000 . cover all the
military damages, of every kind, b • our own and
rebel troops, in the southern countiO,
COL. iLIONTOOMFAir'S ADIIIISS.—OOI. F.
Montgoniery,formerlY Editor of tb eNTickshurg Miss.)
Whig, and a resident of that city duing most of the
siege and bombardment, delivered an fuldressin the
Court Douse on Tuesday evening lit, to a large and
appreciative audience. He discuss d the causes of
the.rebellion, in his quaint way, in a l most impressive
manner, and at times launched thr most withering
denunciation against the men in the North who seek
to strengthen the rebellion by presarving the exist
, ence of the crime of slavery. lie give an' interesting
account of its escape from the rebel' dominions, and
made an earnest appeal to the people to stand by the
government, to give the whole - coUntry, North mid
South, the benefits of freelabor and enlightened pro
gress and enterprise. - He is about to return to Vicks
burg to resume the publication o t the lir,iLie as a
"conservative loyal paper," to use ais own language
—that is a journal that will insist upon the utter ex
_termination of slavery ; the preservatiOn of the
government and the re-election a Abraham Lincoln
to the Presidency. - - -
THE HU.IAN ORGAN.—SaII
band about 18 years of age, was 11
streets in Chambersburg a little
ago, by Mr. Robert Criswell, ferrite'
butnow ii_resident of Brooklyn,
nee was without clothes, bahitati.
Ployment when Mr. Criswell took
Sawnee on his fa'nn, learned him t
considerable expense, cultivated the little contra
band's wonderful musical powers. He can imitate an
organ with wonderful correetnes , and utters the
sweetest musical tones with very little effort. He
can also imitate with singular fid lity almost every
conceivable sound and sings plantation songs in l
regular southern style. - He has hem exhibited to I
large audiences at the Cooper Institute, New York, I
the National Hall, Philadelphia, and at other points.
He was to have given an entertaitiment here on Fri
dayand Saturday last, but no romMeocad be obtained.
We learn that he will probably b 5 here again in the
course of the Spring and we dou e not that he will
-113 r wife.
CITIZEN ~., ~
OUR. PRisOsgats.--011 Saturday
last letters were received from Messrs. McDowell,
Culbertson, Hamilton and `l3rowt4 our citizen pris
oners now confined in Salisbury!, North Carolina.
The letters were dated the 18th otlDecember. They
are all (tithe wellsand getting alog as comfortably
as could be expeated. Mr. McDowell writes that
Rei. Mr. Moore, of Richmond, as rendered them
essential kindness since they let Richmond. He
wrote to Rev. Mr. Rumple, the Presbyterian minis
ter in Salisbury, requesting him see the prisoners
frequently and supply their wants, Mr. Rumple his
visited them and preac}d to them occasionally on
Sabbath. Mr. John Wilson, of, Richmond; has also
been very kind to them,—has tendered them all the
money they may need. He wrote, to a citizen of Sal
isbury, who -visited !them and n i ffeced them every
thing necessary to their comfort so far as it was in
his power. Altogether the tonti of the prisoners'
letters is rather cheerfnLand the r ardent hope for
an early release isshared,by our(entire community.
- DRA.Pdari.c.—We unintelonally omitted
last week to notice the dramatics ttertainment given
by 'the pupils of the Chambers Mg Academy, in
Franklin Hall for the benefit of the Library. 'State
Secrets and Raising the Wind stere performed in a
highly creditable manner, and he.atterolance was
very large. But for the occasional interruption of
the performance by some soldiers, - the whole affair
would have pasSed off Mat - satisfactorily. The
Academy under the direction of Mr. X. R. Kinney 14., '
'wo are glad to learn,' more prosperous than it has,
been for many years. ;
MR. B. F. SNIDERis nowjeanvasSing Guil-I 1
ford and Quincy townships for Headley's History of
the Rebellion, and Mr. J. F. foutz is canvassing,
Antrim and Washington for 1 e same work. V e
have examined a l ocore of pop Jar histories of the
war, and do not hesitate to co .rend Ilemiley's as
the best as yet offered to the public. -
THE extraordinary pres nre upon'onr ad
vertieing calamine compels us to omitsome adver
tisements every %took; and we, must ask a little
forbearance on thepart of ourpatmins. The amiss
ions will be fully made up.
HoN. J.- 3IcDoWELL .SAARPE, has been
-at home for two weeks, attending the Fulton and
'Franklin courts: ,Ho left for arrisbura ou Mon
day, to resume his seat in the
RIGIIT . REV. Die. STR.vrats, Assistant Epis
copalfl Bishop ofthe Diocese
the asonic Hall eft next
of P nniylvania, *ill 0i . ..-
fit fate at Divine Service in
Stinday evening at 7 o'clock.
-FINE VENlSON:—Theraits J. Earley, Esq.,
received last week from his soot Capt. Bobt. Earley,
of , Evansville, Ind., a splendld Brick Deer. Its
weight wasl4o pounds. 1,
Cot. D. 0. GE4lit has been elected one of
the Vice Presidents of the State Agrieultntal Society.
. AN 'UNWELCOME DTBANGEII.—Mr. Itch,
C.:... only known sa the Itch, has made Its appearance
in awn and in various places t roughout the county.
It may be a source of. relief to ersons so afflicted to
knoir that they can got a sure ciiie for this tt:oubiosome
diseitse at Miller tc if enshey's. Lst. all so afflicted Fiend
Immediately to their Drug Stoke nd get a box of Sur.
rent Itch Ointment. Price2s cents, It lea speedy cures
- • -
$ 51.954 :15
LOOK TO YOH'S. INTEREST:--At Gelwicks'
wholesale and retail store you can obtain the highest
price for dried fruit and all him. of country produce,
and also see the lArgest and finest stock of goods at low
FARM RS MS who 'wish
to use the hest Horse suu
_Hever k Cressler have just what you want. ,
A 1.0 . T of . id very cheap
Pocket Books an Hrush es, 'Combs„
Perfumery and Irrug Store.
COUNTRY at visit Charn
bersbarg, call at and r l otail store,
examaine the Inv tabs. -
GELWICK'S expects to
,make his business
pay by selling the largest qttantlty and not by huge
Hon. Andrew Parker, tb,e lead Cr Lawyer
of the Jupiata bar, died snd/enly at his residence
in Miffiintown, on Thursday night, the 14th inst.,
aged 59 years. He wes theD mocratic candidate for
Congress in hiedistriet
_in 188, but was beaten by
Hon. Samuel Calvin. In • he. was re-nominated
and elected over Dr. MeCuloch. ' Ito was an a ble
Lawyer and a most ostemabl citizen. '
.nee, a contra
"ullcd. up in our I
ore than a year
ew York. Saw- I
name or em
ihim.but he put
read, and has at
i tifi 'Reath Litt llepositin). Januatli 2,7. 1864.
TOB PRINTING. in evert-• stile I
I) done ftt th. 015 eo of the Fa,. Mb:LIN 111.1141 AT TOt V-
BOARDERS WAN TED.—Three•
or four Oentlemen Can obtain hoarding in a kiy
raw family. For furthor. particular. apply at this office.
T". ARMY CA P TILE POTOMAC
now order ill their Tntma o. Cigars. Pines. &c..
(nun J. D. J&COD*F. They know Jacobs sells the best
and cheapest. • , Jan 2My.
71 - II S fi. RECEIVED, A FRESH
Supply of 7Elfcblgen Fine Cut Chowino Tobeoro. at
Jen 2T-1T• la• D. :TACOPS
L. 'MAURER & Co., have on
hAnd'alarze, awl varied rumortrocnt of well sew,
Oned 19111Tk MD AND VEMLOCK LUBBER, which
theynfferAo thePablient re,nlot market - pricer , . •
OST.--A TWISTED E ITS C., AN
BREAST ET:v. obinn g Pimps. on the night of the
rnmatio Entertainment in Franklin Hall. The finder
will be suitably rewarded byl6tving at this office. [ St
TRAY COW —Strayed from the k
J prentigeit of the anbqcrlber, lilting ab o ut on. i o n.
Fast of Chombertihnrz. on the 24th file'[.. n. WHITE
SIIFILKSLED COW, th . ee years old. A liberel reward
Fill be pafikfir her return to .
Jan 27.1 t* ~ , ABRAHAM' SEIETTHR.
(V REWARD.—A Gentleman
. 1 2v of iausiffiry. Sumerset county, Pe.. lost his
P 'art. BOOR. between Citomberslairg and Green.
vitals. ennhtining two promientry notes, esch of tt.so. ono
for Si and discharge papers for two soldiers of the 183
Reg't. Pa_ Vol. and a ;min of money. The above rewrnd
will be pail on tho return of the poeket brink. parer;
and money to this riflke. Jan `279t*
is hereby given that Letters Testamentary to the
Estate of Rcibert Love. Tate of Fannett township, Aer'4l,
have been grants to the undersigned, residing in Fun.
All persons knowing themselves indebted to saiti Es.
tats will please me,se immediate payment: and thoso
having claims will present them properly nnthentiratetl
for settlement. (la n '27 tit.] J ANT ItTAR K,
Notice is herebygiven that Letters of Admirdstra
i Alen to the Estate Of Matthew NCRee.liate of Green
:township. decbi, have been granted to thp undersigned,
residing in said township, -
1! All persons indebted to the said Rstate'are hereby re
(nested to make immediate piyment, and those,,litiving
claims or ilematid• against the Estate of said decedent.
wiliniake known gm same withent delay. to
Jttel J. CRAW FORD 3CE EE. Adrif r.
Notice is hereby glien that letter. of Advil in h.t rs.
lion to the Estate or timid Itollitger. into of %Vesliing
ton towni.hin. d.cettsed. }Hive heed granted to the under 7
signed, residing, initilil toiviisliip.
All persons tinowiag thombelves indebted' to said F. , -
tate will plegise ma 4 immediate paymt nt
having claiinit will iwie•wint them properly authenticated
for gettlemant. • ANN MARIA 1101;LINtlEll.
Jen 27:6t - Administratrix.
TIRADIJEY'S HISTORY OF THE
REBELLION—The undersigned is' authorized
Agent Tor liendley's Standard History of the Rebel/ion.
for Guilford and Quincy townships. and is now soliciting
subscriptipne. The first volume is already published It is confessed the best history of the war. - •
F. J. PFOUTZ is Agent for tho same work in Antrim
and Washington townships and is now taking anheerip
tione. , ... inn 1.7-11
ER.'COOIi, ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Chambercburir.P3l. Ofßre in Mai. Bar irs Buildings
directly opposite the Court Hones.
Having bad official convection with the Provost Mar
chaTe office, he offers his services to drafted men in th ,
16th Congressional District, claiming exemption trop
Military service under the law, or for phyeic.i cam
and hopes from lie experience and strict attention tt
business. to satisfy those 'targeting- Wm with and .
cases. Persons tram' abroad can receive advice and hay.
their men prepared by correspondence. Reference ca - , 1
be had to the Board of Enrollment of the 16th District ' 1
Hon. A. K. McClure, Hon. James :,ill. Clinnibersburgl
and Hon. Ed. McPherson, Clerk, House of. Repreceu
tally, e. . - . jan iri.
taIST OF LETTERS remaining ii
the Poqt. Office nt Clinmliershnrg. Jan. 26.1864:
Brechbill MisaME` Dailey Mina LoutesaiOherdort John it
Bi ech hil IJ. Jr. IFrieso Enich iPorernan Fred.
IbtrkhoDler S. R. ( Frank ?;Ilse Rate; Pick Worth Bober;
Burger, William Frank Miss Eliza.kintitli Peter . 1
Barry 'Mrs. littlen'ATiveris•Frirnk. IShnitert Bran ,
antler Mims Marl; Griswold Li7Ziet ;Snlrer.bweld, F.
Bayless John , ;Hail A. G. I schible George i
Brenner Mrs. L.B.'Keselring M 199 J.ISIIIIS Mrs). 'Mary
'Belt en Mary ;Miller William 'Welson Frederic
, Casle Ellzaveth ;Maxlielmer Wm: 'Weigle Daniel El
Cleg.ton Jas. 11. !liiishinghower P :ISA:moor .lorle
' Det rich Amos ,02, ler 3tiss tiusrin 2; Wasbi n KtonJohn
PerAon‘ calling for the above- Latter.; will please aly
that they lin ve been advertised. .1. W. DEAL. P. M.l
4VALUABL E REAL ESTAT,E A` .`
PRIVATE SALE—The undersigned intentla a,
.4 to the West. offers at Private Sale. a LOT , /t 0 ROE NO
iln Lotlon.containing Ilhout ONE ACRE, on whleh a
eyectell o. two St9ried WEATIIERI3O 410 ED OWE-
LING 110IJSE,. a rough cost Tenant llcnso and Sho I,
Brick bpringllott.e, Wood Ifoukk. Smoke Ifon,e. Stab e
and all necessary tut buthlicas. There!. also n variety
of PRINT TREES on the pi eni1.0 ,, . 'Phis propCrty Ps
well adapted fur altnest any kind of mechanical brti
Also---IS ACRES of BOTTOM LAND. crithin 34Pft
mile of Louion. about of which is heavy - Timber&
the bemire fs well ,•el in grass.
A Ipte--35% ACRES of .LATE LAND. situate ale , it
!.4 mile from Brldceport. adjoining lands of Rob C
Wilier and Jacob Heileman. Terns mode rentamat, e
Per further particular midrem DAVID TEETER,
JAn r 3ni* 4 , Thu,lom I.
PUBLIC SALE OF VALIJABLIE
11.4:AL ESTATE.—The, subscriber, wishing to e.
inure to the West. will offer at Public Sale, an Fi r mer,
the sth dais tor Feb. nary. 1.864.. a DOUBLE LOT OF
GROUND, in the village of Fayetteville. having therein
erected a superb to -storied BR I Cy( DIV ELLIri
HOUSE. containing seven rooms, and well tiniehed
Also. it Brick BLACKSMITH SHOP Shoeing 'Shed nn.':
Coal Shed; a Fratne Stal le, Wash ;Louse, Cistern. and
all nee - emery out•iiitilditign. There Is lOW a varetyLot
choice FRUIT TREE.% such as Apples, Pears;Peneti R.
Plums. Cherries and Grapes. This property is In good
rep - air. and ns a private residence, is the finest and in Ist
desirable In the town, and aiiAC Illacksmitlea,,Stand Is
one of the best in the county! Per sons desity* of ph
chiviiug ouch a nropert v a ill do well by attending t 115
Aisle. Sale toi4ontmarice at 1 o'clock, 5,71 said day, whin
the terms will be made known by
„ Jan 1.1.2t* • JOHN FORIIMAKi.
rff. SPIDLIt. Auctioneenj • 1
I 4 ck CENTS PER :POUND T 4
kf ON TOBACCO.—The government is trb...l;
-put a tax of 40 eta. par pound on Teb..sco.
You me' save 50 p'er r ant by
You can pave 50 per cent by • _
Buying your Tobacco at .1. D. JACOB'S
Buying your Tobacco et .1 D. JA *OR'S.
Bnvlng your Tobacco nt D. JACOB'S,
Primo Navy Tobacco a 75 b. 50 eta.
Prime Cavendish Tobneee nt CO etn to V. 1
• Prime Flounder Tobacco at 75 to fie ctn.
Prime Congreoi Tobacco .it 00 to tin era.
Prime Talst Tobacco at 75 Co 90 cte.
JACOB'S Celle Old Virginia Su eat Cavendish
JACJIYS sells Old Virginia plain Cavendish.
JACOB'S Pell. Old Virginia Tle et, •
JAcon's eelle Old Virginia Sniolt g Tobrieep.
JACOBS' MP:Won Fine Cut thCAIDg:TaaCCOI
Cannot be Equaled.
Pouliot be Equaled.
JACOB ? ' Cignrs are superior to all
JACOBS' Cigars are superior to nil,
Ile sells his own nianutacturiug.
Pipes, Pipes, Meerschaum Pipes, 130 Or Pipes.l
Box Piped, Matiog,tny Pipes, AMA Pipes, Chem
Piper, Indialtubber Pipes, Clay Pipes and other Pi e
Pipe in and get your Pipes. Cigars and Tobaceont
JACOIre, Main sleet, Chitmbereborg. Jan 274 .
t)UBLI.O SALE.—The undersi n--
• ed,Administrator"of henry Crider, dec'd, will tier
at ablie Sale. at the residence of said dec'd. In Re, P.-
ton township, on the road leading from St. Thome to
Strasburg, near Detrick's Mill, en Triestifty \ and ed
needry, the 16th and 17 th day of February. the fol ow
ing personal property , to wit : Five head of Work Ho sea'
1 one year old Colt, 12 head of horned Cane, 3 of w ich
3.. - e firstrate Milk Cows, 10 Shoats, one firstrate breed
ing Sow with Pigs, 1 Four horse Wagon, narrow . tread.
I Carriage, 1 iirstrato Sleigh. 2 Plows, 2 double Shovel
plowe, 1 single Shovel Plow, 2 Harrows, 1 Spreader, 2
Double Trees, 4 Single Trees, Log. Cow and Halter
Chains. kpafr pf Wood Ladders, I set of Ray Ladders.
4 sets of Gears. 1 set of Harness, Saddles and Bridles, 1
Grain Drill, 1 Wind 11.1111,1 Rolling Screen, 1 Ray nake,
1 Cutting Box, I Wheelbarrow, Forks and Rakes, Corn
Sheller, Wheat, Rye, Oats, Buckwheat, Corn, by 1 the
bushel, Potatoes by the bushel, Ray by the ton, !, Bye
Straw by the brindle, 32 ACRES of GRAIN in the
Ground, household and Kitchen Furniture. 7 Bed and
Bedding, Blankets, Sheets, Coverlids, Table Cloths,
Rand Towels, Carpet by the Tani, Bureati, Tables; and
Chairs, 2 gacka, Chaste, Cooking Stove, 1 Parlor', and
1 Ten Plate Stove nnd Pipes, 1 Settee, I Stand, 2 Clip
boards, 2,Copper Kettles, 1 Iron. Kettle, Tubs, Buckets,.
I Sausage Cutter and Staffer, Crocker, 1,600 lbs of Pot k,
Lard by the pound, Sausages by the pound, Pudding
Meat by the Pound, Knives, Forks, Dishes, Am. ,
BI Live Stock,Grain and Fanning Utensels will
be sold on the first day. Sale to commence at 40 o'
clock, A. IL, on each day. ' JACOB CRIDEII,
Jan 27 1 3 t. .Adminlatra 0
O:NISTITUTION LIFE SYRUP
With the Compoutid Concentrated Fluid Extract of
Ito - OTS AND HERBS;-
pIitEPAREWay wg.. ILJGREGG, 11. D.,
radante College of ' Physicir.ns and Burgeons, .N. Y., EZ.tr
' inerti assistant Physician Blackwell's Lstand
fats Idedical Inspector Now Fors
, rtate Volunteer Dr o:6. under Dos.
, Edwin D. Morgan.
ONSTrTUTION LIFE SYRUP
A RE:VOLUTION IN 3IFIDICINEt
- 'What nirty seem :tiniest , incredible is, that ninny dig
ea bithotto' considered hopalefsly iscnrabl a are fre.
madly cured in'a kw days ur weskit, And WU' cheerfully
ic.e the investigations o: - the liberal tultutitt find se - 1-
,1116 Se to cures which hash- no parallel at the present
f Our Irkulieifie is Pet 4 lllßi, Gy it the seat of any disease
yi direciiy 2 onehed. and the equilibrium restored.
IThose why have suffered long from painful am; .4.t
IThose who hays yetnlp aeught refitf from advertiseJ
Those who cannot be cured by other physiginDß
Are invited La uss Omrtituti Life Sisrup
Duricut the past five years we have contended witty ;At.:
ntach% and overcome oppositiOn as herculean as area e
!ever eucunntered by ftny g t ,f,ri ner ,
it A PitivrY, or onlir.
Some say, " Your cures are toq quick," Willl.l eilbOlt•
'doubt their licifirmance. and think that discuseti - cas
only be cured by the " slow recuperative process of Na
tural"' This is our ierdy:
j r , health, the body, like a well-balanced scat ft. i4lll
atilt° of Equilibrium. But when from any cause down
gOPS one side of tli scale. are hare the effects old seas°.
What is required is, to restore the normal balance of the
scale. .• •
CONSTITUTION 'fah.: SYRUP, •
A paqltive gtiarific 'remedy for all tileamei aria !tor,
from an LIRB STATE OP TILE 13 GOOD, and LI . ail
Oleo Itaryj DifIRARES tiiinamitted ;rum PARENT
Itentiplegia. Paresis. P wapiti/la, Paralysis nA•
It IS So unreel.' sally admitted that Censtjtutiou
Nfrup is the only effective means of restorntion.in the
varietss f.trnet of Paralyele, that we rival lint roger:l3i
that it Js emphatically tho Great Lifisaiving Power.
.-, ..- . DYSPEPSIA. -
lndieestion. ' ' Liver Complaint. Constipation.
Weightet stomach. .111liortSness. Want uf Appetite
FltitUlCriee. Bad Breath.
ECJI.OPG I. A..
Strume.. Glandular Swellings. tileeration.
King a Evil. Erysipelas. Snit Rheum
Title taint (nseir ISATIS' and acataiim), filling life with
untold - iniaery, is by all wand medical remediea incura
If there is any disease in which the Constitution hire
Syrup is a sovereign", it isle Rhea matism and Its kindred
affections. The Must intense pains are almost instaut I y
al leriated—enurmoul swellings are reduced. C , ‘i , Cl,
chronic ur cicarlons, of 20 . or n years nun/oink:, hat s
been cured by us.
Nervous Debility. &tattered Nerves. St. Vitas' Dance,
Liss of rower., 4 Confusion of Thoughts. Epilepsy.
Thousands who have suffered for years will bless the
day on which Hwy can read these Hues. Partimalarly
weak. nultering woman will this me.licine prove an ines
timable blessing—directing their, febtsteps to a Hope
which fulfills mom than it promEses.
URRCIIttI+.II. ntsEAs Ar.
Rotting of Bones,
Actiog in Hones.
. . .
Peelingo( Weariness. Depression of Spirits.
CONSTITUTION LIVE SYRUP purges the system
entirely from With° evil effects of IR SIiCURY. remov
ing the Red Breath, and curiirg tho We tk Joints and
ithenunktic Pains tehieb t. e nee of • Calomel i s
produce. It hoidens Spongy Gums and secures the
Teeth es firmly iss ever.
CONSTITUTION LIFE SYRIT . P
Eriat**.w....ta*tatl..bro. dlErpptive Dig.=lna tht.
ELCEBS, PIMPLES, BLOTCHES,
And all other difficulties of this kind, which so much
tlisligme the outward appeattuMe of both mule+ and
femces, often mating them a disgusting object to them..
seivee and their friends.
-'4 - STITTJ LIFE .SYRIT P
CUIt.ES AI.L SWEtLING OP TIIEZGLANDS,
Either of the Face. :Feek. or Female Breast. and gloathl
bo tok.rn lib boon 44$ the swelling la detected. thug prt, ,
venting their bre uLi ng, and:producing troublego t o t ,
charging Ptoen, tchicti_iliotigu re tro Many of the t•onnyier JJ
portion of the community. from six t.' twenty yenta ofl
age. Young children are verYtinhject to Diechargett from
the Ea, e,.whieh depends upon a Nerninious couAtitution.:
These racer 1414411 recover by taking a for 'closel of tic.
All berofelinis persons-suffering from-general Debility.:
Entacititieti. Dyspepsia and Dropsy of the Dallis. ab,104
men. and in the tenia/e. Dropsy of the ovaries and womb;
genemily uccenspiinied with I uflatnation and Dlccrati.m
of the Uterus. are permanently cured by Constitutieni
Life S 3 rtip- The disease known as Goitre or Swelled
Neck, the !Ord syrup will remove en tirely,. The remedy
should bet ken fir smite Dine, ns the disease is ev.ceisb ,
gly•braille and stubborn, and, will not be removed;
without ext t a atrial,
Tumors el the' Ovaries, Tumors of the Bre tst. -sand;
sweilimt. of other glands of, the body will bexempletelc
rettweed without resorting to the knife or operations iorl
any kind:: -
epileptic lilts. Sympathetic or Organic Diseases of t; 4
Ileart. as Pal ',Dation . Disemsee of the Valves. pied/mit,
a grating er tiling sound, Dropsy of the Ile.tet Case.
till the affections of the initiortant organ, (persmis s 6 $
Wring from any acute pain in the region of the !loan
will be grsatlyrelieved by Constitution Lir. Syrup.
BROKEN•DOWN AND DELICATE CONSTITUTION:.
Sutiering front Indisposition tn .: Exertion, P•in to 't
Back, Cosa of Memory. FOTO . - klings. horror of C:iranti •
Fear of Disease. Dimness of Vision. Dry, lint :Min
Extremities. Want o Sleep. Itrytlegsoea9, BJr. fl.tm s m
Cmmtmoture nod Laieditele of tbe Mow:oho. Sytitent.. 0
require tLe aid of the t.tiostantieo Life Syrup.
FOR AM FOR 161 OF
I ULCERATED DISEASES.
.sithar of 'the No..e. Throat, Tbngtie. Spine. Forehead
Scatp. no remedy hen ever proved an equal.
I MOTU PAT.:LIES upou the feninie• face depernil ,
npnn a dinennel action of.the Lieer. are very nopie,una‘
1 to the young wife and mother. A few bettlen of Cons ,
I tuition Life Syrup will correct the Neeretion,nml nun,
t h in &punts which in dii•ectly under the nkin. •
1, In Idneesen of the Liver. rino to Languor. DI a, -
i? ", In ligention. Weak Stornech, or au ulcerated • '
I Daiiceronn condition of that orgmf, accumpanind wi
; bUruing and Other unplenannt aymptons, will be reliee
by the unit of Conatitution Life Syrup..
AS A GENERAL IILI3O-PITRIFYING AGENT. TIIH
LIFE tiVRUP STANDS imativALGßß By ANT
,- 'PREPARATION IN THE WORLD.
Dbouse. 4.2' the Spit:it:as usually det eloped in the you!,
Hip liinense, Netintlytn, and all Nervoln Disem.en.
Lndien 'alio are mattering troui Diseases for which th
ere at ;thew to kno' what to do, we would ruivise
ittoy of Constitution Lite. Syrui . It will ren-Wre th.
counteunnee,ittengthen their weak beck Rua at,
gi ye tie= new energy; new life find happiness.
--- TITS DICII AND ppo.x.
are liable to the same fileerLaee. Nature and Science b
DULA the Constitu tlup Life Syrup fur the benefit at all..
Produces healthy men and women; and if the cnnstit
Con is - neglected In youth, disease . and early death is t
result. Do not delay when the means are so near
hand, and wlthig the reach of all.
TO MOTHERS A`D MARRIED LADIES. -
It is the'safest and most efficient modictim over disco• ; ,
fired for purifying the system,and relieving suffering
tendant upon childbirth. It strengthens both the mot
fir and the child, provente pain and-disease, and incres
and enriches the fuod44hose who have- used it think
iddispensable. It is highly useful both *lore and aft
confinement, as it prevents disease attendant upon chi: I
CONSTITUTION LIFE SYRUP
IS THE 'POOR HAN . I3' FRIEND AND THE RR I
MAN'S BLESSING 1 .
BUY 11', TAKE IT AIVD BE CURED
IT IS TTNIVERSIII, IN ITS - EFFECTS;
WM. 11. GREGG. M. D.. .
Sole Prppridor, New York.
LABORATORY, 'BROOKLYN, L. I.
pRICIE $1 PER. BOTTLE; 6 BOTTLES FOR ,
gent by Express to all parte of the country. ,
- MORGAN & ALLEN,
- - 'Wholesale Aggiste, AGENTS,
:Jan 91-6twoow] 46 Cifff &red. Rew Thrk.
'WM* IitETARStt J. CHAS. H. CRISSLER.
E ' TS E R & C ItE • RS LEIt
• 4314IRTATiS IN PHARMACY,
DRUGS,CHKMICA LS, MEDICINES, &c.
- . .. .
PREPAEUTIONS OF FULD STREN#II(
will give satiarection to Physician and Patient, and in
sure continued sitcoms to our Drug Establishment, We
give this branch our constant rare andscrutiziy,
" AND PATENT MEDICINES
We warrant oar etoch to be pare and the beet in the
market. 4 r-
We are receiving a large lot of
ettibrating the best kinds of new and old varieties of ear
ly and late Vegetables.
HOWE kSTEVENS' FAMILY DYE-COLORS,
II:re/676U and -way coloring* We ask :but a trial fur
them. All the colers constantly on hand,
Farmers and Rom Dealers should always - have on hand
' a package of
O'IVIEL'S HOUR AND CATTLE POWDER.
It is the best for Distemper. '
BITTER WINE OF IRON,
on excellent Tonic for debilitated and Dyspepile persoits
MRS. HARVEY'S CROUP SYRUP,
an expectorant for Orrtigh and - Oolds in the Throat and
Chest, that can be relied upon to give speedy relief.
_POOkET BOOKS AND WALLBTS.
We have just recelyed a large let of every she ; quality
and price. •
Fine Scapa awl Perfumery;
flair and Cloth Brushes,
Gum - and Ilona COM 1111,
Saponifier, - '
Triunes and Drumm.
Q 3. Medicines can be had at night or on Sunday by
calling at theStoro or at W. "Joyner's residence. a few
daora South of the Store. - • jan 22
poit THE FRUIT, FL. ER
''',A3l:o KITCHEN GARDEN =The asidencet
aicintlly,.tOr PM, S 4. tr.' P. Bnixextoz,Publtsliet.
'lee: 23 North Sixth St., Ph Itaira. Tztoup—sl. 50 year-
Edited by Thous MixtrAx.
THE MONTHLY CONTENTS AItE:
WrlrS—F low e r Garden.and "Pleasure-Ground ; Fruit
Garden; Vegetable Garden; Window Gardening.
Connorneartotia—Embracing the views of the best
writers on Horticultu-e, Arboriculture, & Montt Affairs.
Earroam—Giving the Editor's views on the important
SCRAPS.AM QUEMie—New Fruits—New-Plants—Do
mestic and Foreign ;Intelligence—Foreign Correspond.
With each De trnent handsomely illustrated.
These eatnres will be retained, and the pub
pledges himself that no labor or expense shall be
spared to render the succeeding issues of the Magazine
every way worthy of the favor witldwhich his previous
efforts have beau amply rewarded.
AZ- Send fora specimen. jan 27-1 t
FOR YOUNG LAXES.—The Spring Session will
commune on Tuesday, Feb. 9th, 1864, but boarders can
enter at any time, and will be charged accordingly. A
large attendanca bothin the primary and academical de=
partments, gives evidence of an interest in the school not
surpassed in any former period. .31iseS5ti.Curtis, nasis
tent in the bigherdepartment, bears testimonials of her
eminent fitness tolustruct in the higher branches, from a
Seminary in the West, where she taughtfor several years.-
The primary department is c hlefly under tho care of 3irs.
C. 13.1Iosey, the effects of whose energy and efficiency
appear in the flonrislilng condition of the &liment.
mim 7.. C. Do Forest is well known as an able Undexpe
rienced tear-100 Of. music.
TUITION.—From $8 to $l6 per session of ftvemonths.
TRACLIEP.S FURNISHED.—SchooIs and families in
need of teachers, can hear of young ladles well qualified,
chiefly graduates of the institution, by addressing
jau - Rev. immix RREVES Principal.
ALO AZiN B FOR PENNSYLVANTA.— The Penn.
ay trania Ft:rimer and Gardener, for 1864, devoted to Ag
riculture, Eorticulture and Rural Affairs. Edited null
Published by WM. S:Youso, 52 North Sixth Street, Phil
adelphia. TERMS: ONE DOLLAR A YEAR.
The Sixth Volume cotamence3 with the January . No.
Raving obtained the services of eminent and practi
-1 cal Agriculturists, Horticulturists Stock Keepers and
I Dee-Keeperi, we confidently offer the Current 'Volume
as one of the best ever issued, for originality, practical
thought and reliable information
iffir Send for a specimen,
MILLER' & KENSHEY,
ISTORE ON T,HE DIAMONEI,
Have just retelied a large and fresh stack of
. Purchased from reliable Houses" in the Eastern CRP*
t and °tiered to the public as strictly pure. Having a
Spice Mill, upon which is ground all the,
i PEPPER, CORIANDER,
CINNAMON, CLOVES, •
SWEET MARJORY, &c.,
sold by us. These Spices, are always fresh and pure.
Remember this: as the butchering season is now hem ,
and to make good puddings and sausages you must have
good Spices. •
STERLING'S ASEDEWIA, COCOAIXE.'
AIR DYES. POMADES.
EXTRACTS OF ALL KINDS, '
a fali be:goat:neva of every thing in the Toilet line, can
be had,at liiILLTBO4 ILENSEI EX'S.
K RO K S E E RO NE sENF I . :),, A I 3 L it:s,
ALCOHOL, FLUID AND A
full assortment of such articlesrumally found Ina Dm*
Store, can be had at ' 'MILLEN & lIENSHEY'S
TEAMS CAM— ' [dee. 2.]
FOR CURING BEEF AND PORK.
.—lgtek forget Weal! at MULL% & lIENSLIEY'S
Aud get the prepavatiqu they make for this purpose:o,
[you would have tweet Hama and good corned Beef. -
. on hand a complete stock of all theitopnlar Patent
edizines of the day, at MILLER & lIENSIIEY'S.
F Am ILY DYE COLORS.—A new
article 'and inst . what is needed in every family, at
ILILLER & 112NSILEY'9.
Veisonat Vropertg eSaleo.
PUBLIC SALE OF PERSONAL
PROPERTY.—The undersigned. Executors of
tunes J, Kennedy, late of Guilford township deed, will
sell at Public Sale, at the Mansion Farm, late of said, de
ceased, on Wednesday, the 10th stay of Mitruary nut,
the following personal property, to wit; 4 valuable
MULES, to be sold as a Team. or In Pairs, 2 work Horses.
10 bead of Mlich Cows, some of which are fresh, 50
Sheep, 2 Pour Horse Wagons with Beds and Ladders. 1
one Horse Wagon, 1 Reaper, 1 Grain Drill, 4 sets of Mule
G ears,l act of double Carriage Harness, nearly new, 1
Wind Mill, Corn Sheller, a lot of Ploughs, Harness, Cal-
Groton!. arc.. Also a small quantity oft orn in the Bar-.
AMP Sale to commence at 10 oclock. A. M., when terms
will be made known by •. . T. B. KENNEDY,
J. L. KENNEDY,
jill 20-ts ' L C . ..B&W, Aunt.) - Executors.
WISHING TO QUIT THE MIL-
Unary '4uelnees, I would offer my Stock for Sale
on reescumble terms. For _particalare Inquire at my
shop, next o
door WI. Ilutton'e Shoe Store, 'Main stri
juin 204 11. COO.
Belie!ing that only
RST CL SS FARMERS' 11
CHI)INETS 4.ND WICJI
UNITED STATES MAILS..
W.thltington, li'ovember 10;1863.
, PROPOSALS will be receiver - J .- at the Contract Of. '
doe of this Department until 10 a. m. of Thar/gag,
Mora 31,1864, for conveying theursils of the United
' States for four years. commencing July 1, 1864, and
1-ending Jirrio - 30.1%5. in the State of Pennsylvania,
Onthe routes and by the schedules of departures
and arrivaLsherc - in specified.
Decisions announertal by Apr1123,1E64.
Bidders will excislieeearehdlit the forras aise4
etruetionn anne.red; evecittity the latter part rqf
wit From Philadelphia, by General Verne,
Cabinet: Vest .11avelfordi Radnor. Spread Eagl. ,
Reviving', Paoli, Frazer, W est W hiteland.Downimr
town, Thorndale Iron Works, Coln, Coatesville, Pas
kesburg, Penningtotiville, Christiana. Gap. Hin
z-els, Leaman - Place. Bellemont, Paradise, Gordon.-
villa, Intercourse, Enterprise, Lancaster ,' Landit
vine. Salunga, neunt Joy, Elizabethtown. Middle
town, "High Spi.e. 111rrisbunt, Susquehanna,--FOn
wick, Duncannon. Newport. Millerstown. Thoiuy -
sontown, Mexico, Port Royal, Mildintown. Lowi.• -
town. Strode's Mills: hicVeytown, Newton IlarnE
ton, Mount Union, Mapleton Depot', Mill Creel,,
Huntingdon,. rihicyer's Creek, Barre Forge. Struve
Crook, Birmlngliatu, Tyrone, Antestowu, Tipton.
Fostoria, Altoona, (iallitzen. Cresson, Summit
Hemlock. Sonman, Wilmore, Summer Hill, Miners!
Point, Connemaugh, Johnstown. Armaugh, Verona.
New Florence', Lockport Station, Bolivar, BranoL
Junction, Hillside,. Milewood, New Derry, Braden-
Youngstown, • Latrobe, Greensburg, Adam--
bur!, Tinker Run. Manor Station. Penn's Statior
Irwin's Station, Lari act's Station, Stevra - rtseill, .
Cayettsville, Monroeville. Turtle Creek, Brachlool'.
Field, Wilkinsbutg. and Wilkins, to Pittsburg,: , ,:s7" .
miles, and back , by railroad, twice daily, or a. ism -
quently as cars are run. if required.) and by asehe4-
ule satisfactory to the Department.
t 202. Fro'uu Phillidelpfira, by Conshokocken. Nor
ristown, Bridgeport, Port Kennedy, Valley Forgo;
Phosnizyille,• Royer's Ford, Limerick Bridge. Sept ;
ler's Store, Pottstown. Douglassville, Baumstowi.„
Birdsboro', Exeter Station. Reading, Tuckertowt...
Mohraville, Sboemakcrsville,'Leesport Rambo rc.'
Port Clinton. Auburn, Orwigsburir, Landlngyille.
and Schuylkill Doyen. to Pottsville, 9'7 miles and
back, by railroad. twice daily, except Sunday, Corns
freqnently as ears run. if required.) and by a ached
• ule satisfactory to the Department
283. From Philadelpnia. by Kelleyßville, Oak
Dale, Media. Glen Riddle, Lenni , hllllB.olen
Tornton. Cheyney, and Street Road, to West
Chester. 11%;.miles and back, twice daily, by_ rai
road, and by a schedule satisfactory to the Depart
Zat.. From Philadelphia,. by Milestown, Shoe'
makertown, Fitswatertown, White Marsh, Peni,
llyn, U per Dublin, Suring House. Gwynedd, Mont
gomeryville, New Harbor, Hatfield, Landsdal,
eller'a Tavern. Quakertown. COopersburg, Centry
Valley, Ilellertown; and Iron-Hill, to Bethlehem.
:1419-100 miles miles and back, daily, oxcent Sun
day, (or as frequently its ears run, if required.) will,
a branch to Doylestown vie New Galena Line LON -
ington, Whitehailville and New Britain, 10 11-1 0
miles and back, daily except Sunday, by railroad,
and by a schedule satisfactory to the Department.
220.5. - From Philadelphia, by upper Darby, Hay
erford. Newtown Square, Edgemont. 19Thistovin
Inn, and Milltown, to West Chester, 2314 milea and
back. three times a week. 'Leave Philadelphia
Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday at 2 p. m. t arrive
at West Chester by 8 - 17 m. Leave 11'est Chester
Monday. Wednesday, and Friday nt 7 a us; arrive at
Philadelphia by 1 p m.
- 2206. From Philadelphi% to Norristown. I, miles
and back, daily, except Sunday, by railroad. leave.
Philadelphia daily , except Sunday. at 6a m; arrive
at Norristown by . 7
a tn. Leave Norristown daily.
except Sunday, at 6 a to ; arrive at Philadelphia by
7 a m.,_
2207. From Philadelphia, I, y Olntiy, Oxfari
Church, Cheltenham:Fox Chase. II un tingderi Tal
ley, Sorrel liiirre. Davisville, Richborouirh, and
Peun's Park, - to Pineville, 29 miles rind back, six
times a week. Leave Philadelphia dull', except
Sunday. at 7 a ci arrive at Pineville by 1 p in.— -
Leave Pineville dud ty, except Sunday. at ea n t s y.
rive at Philadelphia by 12 m. .
2208. From Philadelphia to Darby. ••• miles awl
back. six times a week, by nil:rola. Leave Phila.
delphiadnily. except Sunday, au e ',nest ,s;
Darby by 10 a us. Leave Darby daily -
day, at 7a ni areive at Philadelphia by 81.4 a: in.
2209. From Frankford Railroad Station, by B , .
Oaten, to Somerton, 10 miles anil times- .s
week. Leave Frankford Railroad jou dal -• .
except Sunday, at 5 - p m arrive nt Somerton by
p in.. Leave omerton daily except Sunday, at 2 1 - 4
m; arrive at Frankford Railroad station by .0.-tu
pm. . .
2210. From Sustleton, by lieharry. to °Afar& 8
miles and back, three times ',l:Week • Leave Bur
tieton Tuesday, Thursday. and:satin-day at 6p m
arrive at Oakfordby 8 p m. Leave (lakford 'Faei,-
day, Thursday an'd Saturday at 8 a m ;arrive at Bllb
tleten by 10 am.
• -221 L From-Sheenrakertown.by Anitintoaret,•Ab
ingtown. Willow Grove, Ilatborongh, 'Warminster,
Hartsville. Bridge Valley, Buckinglatiri„ and La
basks, to New Hope, 30 miles and back,times a
week. Leave Shoemakertown daily, except Sunday.
at 10 am; arrive at New Hope -by 8 p M. Leave
New Hope daily, Except Sundae . , at Ba, m; arrive at •
Shoemakertown by 6 p m.
2312. From Norristown, by - Ilickoritoarn and
Plymouth 'Meeting. to Barren Hill, 6 - miles and
back, three times a week. Leave Norristown Tues
day; T,bursday and Saturday at 10 a to; arrive at
Barren Hill by 12 in. Leave Barren Hill Tuesday.
Thursday and Saturday, at 3 p m; arrive at Norris
town by 5 p
2213. From Norristown. by Norritonville, Penn's
Square, Centre Square, Worcester, Skippaek..Led
erackiiville. and Salfordeville; tcr Sumneytown, 25
miles and back. threetimes a week. Leave Norris
town Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday at 4 pm ; ar
rive at Sumneytown by 10 p in. Leave Sunineytown
Monday. Wednesday and Fridayat 6 a in ;nrrive at
Norristown by 12 - •
2214. From Norristown, by Jeffersonville,,Shan
notiville. and Port Providence, to Pluenixaille, 11
miles and back, three times a week. Leave Norris
town Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 4 p in
arrive at Phcenixville by t 34 pM. Leave Phtenix
vile Tuesday, Thursday and. Saturday at 4% a nit
arrive at Norristown by 7 a
2215. From Norristown, by Jeffersonville, Eagle
ville;Freeland, Lower Providence, Trarc Limer
ick. and Crooked Hill, to Pottstown, 19 miles and
back, six times a week to Trappe , and t e times
a weak residue. Leave Norristown Tnesday. Thurs
day and Saturday at 10 a in ; arrive at Pottstown by
4p m. Leave Pottstown Monday, Wednesday, and
Friday at 6 a m; arrive at Norristown by 11 a lII.
Leave Norristown Monday, Wednesday and Friday
ai 10 am; arrive at Trappe by 1 p in. Leave Trappe
Tuesday. Thursday and SatardaY at 6% aln arrive
at Norristown by 9 a in.
zam From Bridgeport. by King of Prussia, Neat
Centreville. Chester Valley. Warren Tavern, arid
Exton, reDownington, 22 miles and back, - six times
a week, by railroad, and by schedule satisfactory to
2:17. From Pottstown. by Boyerstnivn, Bechtels
ville. Celebrookdale, and Dale., to Sicaholtaville, Bl
miles and back, twice a week Leave Pottstown
Tuesday and Saturday on arrival of mail from Phil
adelpbia—say at 10 am; arrive at Seisholteville by
3 p tn. *Leave Seishol tsvine Monday and Friday at,
8a m; arrive at Pottstown by 1 p in. Proposals to
extend to Long Swamp, 4 trines further, and for
throe times a week service are invited. - -
2218, From Pottstown. by New Hanover and
Frederick. to Sumneytown ,17 miles and back, once
a week. Leave Puttetown Wednesday at 12 in; ar
rive at Snmneytown by kp m. _Leave Stanneytown
Wednesday at 6 a; a rrive arrive at Pottstown by/1 am
2219. From Near 'Hanover, by Pleasant Run;
Penrusbarg.Spinnerstown; Milford Squam
Steinsburg. and LocastValley, to Coopersburg. Z•g
1- miles and back, once ameek. Leave New Hanover
Friday at 9 a in; arrive arVoopersbarg by 5 y
Leave Coopersbarg Thursday at 6 a m arrive at.
New Hanover by 2 p, In.
2.220. .From Limerick. by Fagleysyilla. New Han
over, Gilbertsville. Boyerstown. Sp ansville, Shane,-
Manatawn_y, Lobachsville, New Jamalma,
and Dryvillo. to Kutztown, 32miles and back twice
a week. Leave Limerick Tuesday and Saturday at
2 am; arrive at Kutztown by 10 pm. Leave Katz
towli Monday and Friday at 7 rem; arrive at Lim
crick by 3 p m.
2221. - From Line Lexington , by Idilltoirri, Ha
gersville AppleiMethaville, Pleasant ;Valley, and
Leithaville, to Ilellertown, 30 miles and back, three
times a week. Leave Line Lexington Monday,
Wednesday, and Friday at 1 p ; arrive at Heller
_ town by-9 p in: Leave Hellertown TuesdaYLThyrs
day and Saturday at 6 am; arrive at Line Lerma- ,
ton by 2 p tri.
2222. From Gwynedd, by HnlpsvilLe Earle's- -
villa. Sumneytown, and Pennsburg, to Hereford, Si
miles and balsa, six times a week. Leave Gwynedd
daily except Sunday, at 2% p in ; arrive Int Here
ford -by 8% p in. Leave Hereford daily ' except
Sunday, at 4X. rem; arrive at Gwynedd by 10% a in.
=Z. From Wbitemursh, by Broad Axe, to Blue
Bell. 4 miles and back. six.times a week.- - -. Leave -
W hitemarsh daily. except Sunday, at 5%-p, la; ar
rive at Blue Bell by 6% pin.. Leave Blue Bell daily
except Sunday. at 6a m; arrve at Whitemarsh by
7 a ur.
'2224. From Zeiglersville, by Frederick, Douglas.
Colebrookdrde, and Clayton, to Hereford, 18, miles
and back, twice a week. Leave Zeiglersville Tues
days:4nd Saturday at 1 p ; arrive at Hereford by
7 p in. Leave Hereford Months, and Friday at 7 Ili
: arrive at Zeiglersville by Im.
Frain Sumneytown, by HoPPenville. - Gery'ri.
Hosensack, and Vera Cruz. to Emans, 18 miles and
-back, twice a week. Leave Sumneytown Wednes:
day and Saturday at 7a m ',arrive at Ematia by- 12
M. Leave Bmans Wedneaday and Saturday at 5 p
ra ; arrive at Sumneytown by 10D in. .
=. From Andalusia to Byberry, 3 miles and
back, six times a werk. Leave Andalusiadaily, ex
cept Sunday, at 71 am: arrive at Bylartry. by 8% -
a tn. Leave ByberrydadY. except Sunday, at 6 a
arrive at Andalusia by 7 a m.
.=Z7. From Bristol,by Fallsizigton. _