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- GOSSIP WITR Otru FRucyns.d-if our rea-
Aloft would pay particular attention to our weekly
caption—"gossip with ourfrienda," they would per
-431v, t h at we t a lk with our friends—not enmities.
We pray„ for 'those- who despitefully use us, but we
hive not advanced far enough to love our enemies.
If you don't like onions don't rat 'cm. Oh; you do
like onions, but don't like the ugly taste left in the
mouth afterwards? Well-then chew popper, Eau
mom se eds, flag-flosver root or-something of that
Mq dear sir, do you know that your child is in the
habit of asking soldiers on the stqet for money.—
Not satisfied with the amount whleh in our time was
considered immense, they tuikforfivecents: In New
Jersey, and in that part of Pennsylvania bordering .
:on Jersey, -thereby subjected to the baneful intlu
enee, illustrating that evil communications Corrupt
good manners, it is common for the juvenile popu
lation to turn out en masse, wherever a train of cars
may stop, and yell, " Please gimme pa-per." For
Heaven's sake let us not get our name up 'ea beggars
Of lye cents from soldiers—poor follows—who calm
their money so hard. Should any one catch our sci
ons at that disgraceful game, let us_knoW—that's all,
We were at Hagerstown last week, and were de
lighted to see it just as it was before the rebels ()C
-oupled it. State,Line Station is improving, having
one more house thanheforc, (before there was none . ..)
Greencastle is very lively when the train cornea in,
but subsides immediately after the departure of the
fame; Marion, alias Smoketown, has not changed
much; et all events we readily recognized it=this for
the information of the northern part of our county.
Recruiting is giiing on briskly, with new impe
tus since Uncle Abraham has issued 47811 for five
- hundred thousand. By the , by, ' ari ol grumbler,
-talking to us about the negro enlistniatt said that•
the President, and the negro and white levies, pet
him in mind of the story of Abraham, Isazut and the
What an age of newspapers we liveln—newspa
pers that do geod, newspapers that de evil and news
papers that do nothing! "Show me the newspaper
a man habitually reads, and• tell you all about
him,"-some queer fellow once wrote, Some truth
in that. Who reads the Now 'York Herald! The
man or woman of the world, the kind that dance and
go to theatres and parties, that love excitement and
slander and abuse and early news, that like to hear
the immaculate, "I told you so," feel egoipse ish,
and areemzy to "vote for Grant." AV ho the.; Tribune!
The solid, substantial, stubborn old fellow who thinks
Greeley right and every one dap wrong. and the gen
tlemen from Africa of prime impqrtan - ce. Who the
Tunis! The - well dressed, but dusty footed man,
who keens the<raiddle patfi. Vito the Philadelphia
Prees? l The plain, straight forward man, who laughs
at Old Abe's jokes, admires his successes, and denies
his failures. Who• , ithe Age! Those who condemn
the draft, Weep over their, dear distracted country,
think Seward no dexter th'an Washington, and Lin
coln not equal to Solomon. -Who the inquirer!—
Those who love to know the news in advance of the
.telegraph, to hear all about the POMP find circuni
stance of glorious war, and to see in bigletters at a
glen& an epitome of the-latest news of a stirring
character, to be contradicted in small type,- It'
does us good to see an old man who has taken the
'REPOSITORY since he was a little boy, and believes
awl readsit all, even to the advertisements. He's
a - man of taste—he is, and one worthy of credit in
any community—for $2 00, the price of our paper.
But how sad it makes us to see a pobr, benighted
individual read any other, town papers. "Where
is-their taste,?"-we ask- ourselves. It is tree ono
Of those papers is Reformed and the other Spiritual,
but we, we alone are the Repository of all that
is good and true and all that,' you know. Excuse
us dear.friends, -sweet friends, let us not stir you
up, etc., but the theme is as,- grateful. We love
to praise ourselves. Mrs. Grundy has:so - much to
say one way and another (particularly another) about
us, that you must really pardon us for going off
" pedo libero" ;occasionallY, even though. we may
nt, have been " bibendum ". A pretty little lady
banded us the following:,
"Five,: RUNDRED TitoES A.ND Moro i huzzal"
-' I heard an urchin cry,
Five hundred thousand more mammal
. They'll make the rebels fly."
"Five hundred thousand more, nrlsSon, -
Wilniitie treuNe . me,
Since John was - lbst nt Fredericksburg,
The only one bit thee.
I . paid the Price of liberty,
And do not grudge the cost:
But new five hundred thousand men -
Seem fete since John was lost."
swoRDFB,E,sENTitioN.--ccimpa ß y E, 21st
Pa: cavalrY, presented a lieatiful Sword and
Belt to Ist Lieut. M. P. Doyle, at Scranton on thetjth
ult., just before the, company returned to this pl
The feabbard beam the following inserip tion :- 7 "Pre )
seated to M. P. Doyle, Ist Lieutenant eointnanding
Co."B, 21st PalV. C., by thq off cars and a ildiars. as a
ti ken of 'respect and o.3ileiSß,t 1814.I.Lieut. Jeffries
presented the tribute in inialipropriate "speech', and
Licut Doyle, in aceeptinO'it; said ;. ,
"Officers ameSOZdierit:- 1 1 feet highly honored by
this token ofrespect and esteem.- 'fhe,presentation
of this swordlo um, while engaged in such a glorious
cause is an event in my life that 'shall uverromem
bet with much pleasure.
Our gallant Lieut. in' complimenting you,
paid that the soldiers of Company -E were the best
body of men he had ever seen, although. lin had seen
hundreds of thousands of our noble soldiers. To be
connected with such a c.empany is a pleasure; to
command such men au honor; but to receive this
sword as a mark of your approbation of my adininis;•
tration and conduct, is gratifying in the extreme.
Wheg we left our homes we expected to rush into
the immediate presence of the invader,,and assist in
hurling him back from our soil; and had it not been
for their mean colleagues (the copperheads) who had
then destroyed by fire the property of many loyal'
inen„'and threatened others, many others would have
amompanied , us; and had Una been for the same
ungodly wretches, we could to-day be with the body
of our regiment, whichi t hes already penetrated far
ther into , the onemy'stcountry than auyather body
of Union soldiers and have won' for themselves 'au
imperishable_ name. :But let it suffice us that we
have done all that our country asked of us, and, no
doubt. have accomplished more good in protecting
loyal ditizens than we could have &mein any other
place. We have done our duty so far, let us be sat
isfied'. and I hope that soon, in company.. with you,
I' shall wield this sword in behalf of our noble
country and gldriouseause t for I desire never to let
Lest: until the last - rebel is subdued, the last vas
e of-slavery wiped from our nations escutcheon,
an our noble banner shall truly "wave o'er the
land of the free, and the home of the bruise," with
out!' the loss of a single star. In conclusion I would
officers and soldiers of company E accept my
=thinks for this' elegant sword.' The company
having given-thrce hearty cheers for, Lieut. Doyle,
VOLUNTEERING --.The volunteering in this
eotintyduring the last weak was unexampled since
. the linst call for .troopi. CoL Boyd's cavalry iegi
; moat is now about full—certainly pot less than 1,060
strong, - and every branch of the service has been lib
endly atrorigthened by our" county. A majority of
the districts have already filled itheir anotas, and we
doubt not that before theist day of March everyman
called for from the Old Green Spot will be in the
iService; and besides we have scores of then credited
-- to other localities. A number went to Philadelphia,
attracted by the immense bounties offered there, and
Cumberland county came in and took off a number
of we men. But with all thescl l , and - many more en
listed at various times without the proper credit, our
people have come forward and united almost as one
...man in filling up the armies. A few copperheads
stood aside and snarled as the buoyant hearts of our
loyal volunteers swelled around there, but-,the mas
ses of the people, over loyal, were ready to sustain
the goisernment. True, of the enlisted men proba
bly not less than three-fourths, and it s may be more,
are p o liti ca lly - opposed to the Democratic party; but
they will all be able to vote next fall; and a ballot
box fire in the rear cannot aim fatarblows al thegt
and their,samed cause. The districts of this county
all mill liberal bounties—ranging from $lOO to $l5O
per man. Not less that sso,oooAas already been
raised by subscriptions to pay bandies, and all that
may be needed can be readily raised in addition.
We doubt not that such legislation' wild be had as
will reimburse the subscribersby taxation—thus im
posing the 'burdens equally upon all. If all the
counties of the Slate are as prompt as Franklin,
Pennsylvania will be again, -as over before, among
the first to discharge her whole duty to preserve the
life of the" Republic.
-INJUSTICE IN CREDlTS.—Selierni districts'
in this county have suffered most severlely ,•by the
speculative spirit manifested in gathering recruits.
Many of our men in various townships lhave:boun
credited in other localities, and in some eases we
have reason tobelieve that'it was not the interests
ofihe enlisted men alone which 'prompted it. We
learn that Montgomery-has lost by enlistments else
where nearly enough to fill her quota, and she has
scarcely men enough left subject to miliMry duty to
fill the number now demanded. Hamilton is simi
larly situated, and great hardship must ensue. We
trust that arrangements may be made tp record all
the credits justly due to us by the re-enlistments of
veterans. Many of them have been marked on the
rolls as enlistedin Charleston, S. Carolina'; Beaufort,
N. Carolina; Chattanooga, Tennessee,l and other
places; and as the rolls govern the credits, they are,
lost to the county. It would be but justice to have
—lt should be borne in mind that Edit families of
soldiers in this county who enlist and are credited
to other counties, cannot get the benefit of the vol
unteer fund disbursed by our Commiooners ; nor
can they , get any benefit from the fund disbursed to
families of soldiers in the counties where they are
credited, unless their families are there Upon the
whble but few if any can improve thew condition
and that of their families by going abroad to -enlist.
' THE Waynesboro' Record and, Mercers-
Mug Journal ought to understand the REPOSITORY
better than to represent that it sought to monopolize'
the legal advertising of the county and failed. It
never sought to do so,'and never will. On the con
trary it has ever.favored the patronage of local jour
nals. It asked to be allowed to establish ,in
accordance with the law, that it has the ;largest cir
culation of any paper in the county - , and as no pub
lisher answered to the rule to dispute it. its ends aro
accomplished. It has not asked for a_deereoto give
it advertising, nor would it under any ciieumstauces
seek` to exclude any of its cotempozariesl. It has an
ample ,voluntary patronage, and neither complains
of nor misrepresents its neighbors. The fact, how;
ever, that legal advertisements should seek - the
channels which afford the widest publicity, is recog
nized by statute in nearly all the counties Of the State,
and if enforced here, Would be but an ant of justice
to all partici. But it would not be prohibitoryas:to
other journals where in the judgrgent lof Trustees
the interests of their trusts would be served by re
sorting to them. • •
REV. J. "11. WARNER:ii Li CTITRE.—WC
leapp that Rev. Mr. Warner has consented to 'deliver
his lecture ou the " Battle of
,Gettysbitiv," for the
benefit of the Ladies' Aid Society of this place, on
the 18th of this month. An Officer of the U. S. Army
• says the following of this lecture, delivei•ed before a
-very large audience in Philadelpnia •
"I heard Mr. Warner's description of the Battle of
Gettysburg delivered here lost week, and Linnet say
I canJaardly find suitable words to oxpreSs rny admi
ration of it, as a vivid, faithful and most impressive
picture of that great event. Nothing that I have
road or heard on the subject has impressed me so
powerfully, and I trust it will soon be repeated be-.
fore a larger audience "
As this lecture is for the benefit of ontsoldiers,who
may become sick e disabled in the service of our
country, and as hnndreds of our young men have
lately entered the army, we would respectfully ask
such an audience as will show a full appreciation of.
the merits of the Rtverend gentleman, 'who, will so
kindly.givo his time to this worthy object and show
our helarts towswtd theece.wlve protect ourihomcz.
gil.P. lONTE . I.: SEASON. —Th e Peasim of Lent
—obierved peculiarly by the Roman Catholic Ch arch
in domtnemoration of the Forty days hist, crucifix
ionund resurrection of our Savior, commences with
tolday. called Ash Wednesday and will end With Eas
ter Sop Wood, the Roman Catholic 1 3 slioanday, a period of seven weeks. T o Rt. Rev.
Bishop of the
Dioeess of Philadelphia, officially announces the
rajas for the observance of Lciat. All who have at- -
tained their tivehty-first year, unless iiegitimhtelY,
dispensed, are bound to observe strictly the first of
,Lent. . But one meal a day, with a collation, is al
lowed, except on Sundays, and the u.ie.of meat is
restricted to five days of the week, on fear of which
it can be used but once each day. Tlide under
twenty-one, or who labor hard, or who from weak
trims cannot fast without great 'prejudice to their
health, are not required to adhere to these rules ;
but all others not ,specially exempted must fast as
..A.ItREsTV.D.—M.r, George White.. of this
place; was arrested recently in Steubenville. Ohio,
on a requisition from Gov. Curtin, an committed,
to await a - requisition from Gov. Bro g•li to bring
him to chambersburg - to answer an inietment for r
in putting out the right eye o Mr.
it Gordon, of this place. A writ of hz4 , 4ea`e come,
was sue / t1 out and 'the prisoner discharged on the
ground Ora the Mayor-could not hold him, when he
way arrested by the Provost Marshal on the charge
or . iiiding and abetting the enemy ". during the re
bel occupation of this place. He was subsequently
delivered into the custody of Mr. Gordon, the pros
ecutpr in our courts, and by hiin delivered to the
Shert l ff , pf Franklin county for trial at the next court.
He of afterwards, released on giving! security in
the sun of $4,000 for his appearance at the next term.
T*i following excellent advicq, to imbi
bers of "'the fluid," we take from the Boston Gazette:
"A folly 'tie to think I -
. . ' That drink
- One's trouble;
It only makes it doubl i e.
Up"to the beaker's brim , I •.
Your sorrows swim;
You gulp them down, 1
- And so let all the town . ' ."
Perceive your woes: I
Upon your nose; 4 - J
--- Thus being Jolly, "
Through folly." I ,- •
UNITED BRETHREN CONFEIt
annual session of the Last - PoinsylvMiaCenferenc,
of the United Brethren in. Christ, was held in Me,
chanicsbnrg. commencing' on IVednesday of last
week and closed on last Monday eveniug.
The following are the appointtnents for the ensu
ing year: '
Chataberaberro Digtrict.- , -J. W. Burd, P. E.
. Chambersburg, John Dickson ; Orrs own. 1.1.
Ilummelbaugh ;.Big Spring, Z. A. Colestock Rocky
Spring, J. M. Bishop; Greencastle, J. C: Smith ; Al
to Dole, W. llumberger; St. Thomas; W. A. Jack
sOn ; 'Path. V t alley, S. Youngi Shippeniburg, H. A.
Steichtdr; Littlestown, T. N.,Bashong ; Audersville,
J. A. Clem; Carlisle, I 13igham; Bcpany, J. A;
Fitts.—On lionday , morning tv l eek, about
two o'clock, the stable belonging to tha Traveller's
Rest Hotel, in Shippensburg, was entirely destroyed
by fire. The loss of Mrs. Meteor, the, owner and
proprietress of this property is about.soo. In the
stable was stored about twenty tons or baled has,
the property of Mr. J. B. Duncan, which of course
was also consumed by the devour 7 flames.—
The origin of the fire-is supposed'to 1) the work of
an incendiary or incendiaries,,and proper measures
have been taken to bring to pUnishmeist those who
may be found guilty of this aggravated offense.
COLLATERAL INHERITANCE TAk:—ln our
statement of taxes paid by FranklincOtinty, given
several weeks ago, we gave the amount i of collateral
inheritance tax paid by Mr. Boyd, Register, at $3,-
329 13. The report of the Auditor Gimeral doses
with the 30th. day of November, and im the Bth of
December Mr. Boyd paid additional collateral tax
amounting to $8.631 46.
,The final settiCnient of Mr.
Boyd, with the commonwealth shows th* this coun
ty paid during the year 1863 the surd of $12,251-71 of
alit /tanklin illeposito
Mxt.e - scuour Dtwrit.—We regret to'an
nounce the death , of our young friend .I . .. Crawford
McKee, which occurred in Philadelphia on Thurs
day evening last. He was the son of Matthew Mc
kee, deceased, a much respected. citizen of Green
'township, this county;• and was engaged ns a cicirk
in the Warehouse of W. E. Burke, in Philadelphia,
for some months past. From some unaccountable
cause he fell a distance of ahout ,eighty feet from a
pair of steps, fracturing his skull, death ensuing
twenty-four hours after. Ile was a young man of
gdodpromise,and his numerous friends will sincerely
. regrethis early demise. His - remains wore interred
in the Presbyterian Cemetery, in thii place. yester
day. iVe.inightilimark that this is the third sudden=
.death Ofadult persons in the same family within the
last tsio months. First. - Mr. Camp. sou-in-law
secondly; Mr. McKee, senior, and lastly the...subject
of the present notice.
tartITERAN - CHURCH.—The Rev. F. W.
Conte& pastor elect of this church. will preach in
this Place on next Sunday morning and evening.
We understand that the Rev. Mr. Conrod has finellY
aceeptbd the all so unanimously tendered to him by
this congregation, and thathe will take charge about
the lsOf April next. We cannot but congratulate
the congregation upon securing the services of so
%onions and eloquent•a pdstor, and we erasure that
he will receive a most cordial welcome, pot only
from the members of his own church, but from our
citizens generally. ,
'To ,Inz SiioT. r —Privtito tsnac Fislfel. of Op
18Gth Pennvivania Regiment.' who was by enurt
martitil found guilty of desertibn. and 6Ying)ntelli
kenee io the enemy, will he shot of Carlisle, on Fri
day, the 18th of March, between the hours of 11 A;
m. and 12 r.
Jose;ph Fishe ed by the same court-martial.
(which was held at imbershum) was sentenced
to be hung for desertion, said order was since
revoked. and Fisher will be imprisoned ten years at
MALICIOUS BUSINESS. Some persons are,
making themddv es particularly useful (?1 in defacing
niutibiting and tearing down the bills of recruiting
officers posted about town. These persorot should
not only know that this is a contemptible business
but that it is an offence in law with severe 'penalties.
We hqvu been informed that a sharp lookout will-be
kept hereafter for such parties, and our advice to
them is to keep their hands off the bills.
ERMINED TO THE SERVICE.—LieIIt. GOO:
F. Cocik, formerly of the 107th Regt. Pa. Vols., and
Lieut Peter Cummings , late of Easton's Battery.
have both re-enlisted the service having enlisted
with Capt. It. B. Warctfor the llth Penna. Cavalry.
Having got tired of civil life they go into the ranks
'and we have no doubt with their former experience
will add new credit to their names as brave and val
P. IHAMMAN: Esq.. Justice of the Peace,
has rehioyed to the office lately occupied by Stam
baugh & Stewart'in the Town Hall. and Stumbaugh
& Steciart have moved'into the office long occupied
by Hon. Wilson Reilly. Jor. Cook. Esq., has taken
the office vacated by ,Esquire Iramnian, in Mys.
Bard's row, and Mr. Reilly will occupy it with him.
FURNACE.—We are informed that Meahrs.
Rieheids 3 Mifflin, of Reading, Berk County. Pa..
hive 'parehti.sed the property known as the Mary
Ann 'reniverks, alew miles south of Shippensburg,
and are making arrangements to erect a new Fur
nace, which they esneet to have in full blast at an
early day. . -
Otiß friends in Green township remind life
good i)tople of Greencastle, by advertise ent in to l 7.
day's loaner,. that trading- in borrowed 'imeriCari
freedmen of African descent of the male e uasiou,
carries with it certain responsibilities. recncastle,
ever foremost in mmtt worlm,,silictoubtless honor
the Oaft. , ; '
ASSIQNED.—Capt. John S. Hatch. of the'
Invalid Corps, whose promotion we noticed some
weeks ago, has been assigned to the commandlif .
"B," ;17th Regiment Invalid Corps, stationed at In
dianapolis. He has pi oecedcd to his post of duty
with the best Wishes of his many friends in this
FriONI . OUR CITIZEN PutsoNEua.—A mum
-Ur of letters were received froM our ‘‘itizen pH:om
en; in Salisbury. lust Saturday. bringing dates down
to die V.,d ult. They areal' in good liealth, and seem
to he as eomfortable as possible under tlre circum
C 'IPT. LE ROY, late Adjutant General on
Gen. it staff, has been assigned to the Army,of
the 0 mberland, and has gone to report to General
Grant ! . lie is a genial tnd accomplished gentleman',
and akin prttve himself a faithful and gallantsoldier.
• .L.A.ROIi Pon.K . ER.-7iessts. T. & Si IN: Cook,
butchers of this place. slaughtered a splendid porker
last week, weighing 66S,lbs: clean meat.
Al" IT NW F. LOOM 1•; STRANGER.—Mr. Itch,
commonly known as the Itch. had made its appenrsot•e
in town and. In various places throughout the county
It maY Le a sou .e- of relief to persos so afflicted .to
know Itat they cin get a sore cure for Chi. troublesome
disease at Miller •th
Ileney's. Let all ea afflicted send
immediately to their Drug Store and get a box. of Ter
rors Itch Ointment. Price 25 cehts. It Ina speedy cure.
- LOOK TO YOUR INTEREST.—At Gelwiek's
wheletinle nna Wait store yint can nidaln the higheAt
prin.; tor dried fruit mud all kinds of cannery produce,
and law nuo the largest and tluelt stock ut goods at low'
SOLDIERS OFFICERS-1n the Army, be
ing exceed to sudden changes, sh.)uld -always be sup
plied nith "Brpten's Brcn'hioi 7inelifx." On the) give
prompi relief in a Culd, Cough, or an Irritated Threat,
CO'FrNTRY PEOPLE, when you visit-Chum
berabairg, call at Gel wicks' wholesale and letail store
exastrune the large stock and get a bargain.
.make- his 'husirifiz.s
pay by soiling Alio hrgedt quantity and not by hr:..e
A4eTti ma lot of the best Perfumery and
soap 31. - Itsrepc ert.h.sstztes.
IFI you want a fir: trate 3ml cheap Pocket
Book, !AU tfisrste k caning:l's. "
lb•you want a cheap Kerosene Loup and
the bit,st 011 in the market, calf ot HY.YsEn & L'imsnut's
TriE original building 01 — Colt's Pistol
FactOry at Hartford took fire on Friday
morning, and was destroyed with all the
machinery, and a large amount of other pro
perty. The building was 600 by 00 feet,
with' an L 100 by 60. , The ()Mee, a large
three-story building, was also destroyed.-- ,
The new building in which the Minie rifles
are made was saved. The loss Will foot up
to one million of dollars: -
e at Chicuberabor
Ihe Post Off
Arnold. N ey B
Burkhold r. L 2
Burrell Mi arg
Butler tars n.
Butler Dav d 2
Bardney iss M.
Besore Ben amln
Broakbill John 11.
Butler Mrs. Mary
ihireel. Miss Kate
Grose Sam nel2
Jones Mr. J. .
Johnson Daniel W
Kerr Thos. ill
Kellner Miss Bach
Lykon Miss M. K.
Lehman Jacob S.
1 Murphy Misa P.
' Mathews J. F.
Frick 1. -
Penn call ingl
that they have bee
or the above Lettt
n advertised. J
, febtuatT 10, 1864
LARGE STOCK OF PATENT
"OIEDWINES just opened at NIXON'S
lEEZERS---liarshall's and Durn's
tarrh Sai;ff. t‘t NIXON'S.
OWERS SIN WINTER.—The
Swretelt l'ertitmoFkciin lie brut at Nrsors.
CL PAN SITAVE.--1311); your
A - , a l p a Em Sharlngitt NIXON'S.
USTI UP.--Bair Brushes—alt
OWN'S T.ROCIIES, at
or four lientlemen can obtain boarding in a aril.-
inily.leor further particulars apply at this office.
► A N TED.--A good J URNE Y
MA N ISFAVFII: good wages will be given nt
1 Woollen Factory, near Clinmberebtine.
10-41 11. VOUCH k FON.
RUGS, , CIIHIsfiCALS, SOAPS,
Dyea, Perla ales. . •
- Couibs. Brushes;
' Spicts; Starch, -
Init.e.o. Coal OH,
nisi& article% belonging to the Drag busin'eaay a
,)N'S. ,t the lalve‘t rash %idea.
AGENTS, WANTED to sell -t,
in N I
lIMV STANDARD DISTORT and two new };N.
INUS. A mrechence to make money. We Cr..
.0 Agents fur Pennsylvania fern Publishing Ilouae
w York. BURKHOLDER & CO ,
ALLY PAPERS.—TIA most re
liablr papers containing the lATKST . ARMY
Int ENTS by'Telegraph or. Correapoitdents. are-the
delphia bquirir and Harrisburg Telegraph. Flu n
to .ruNcritterant 12 cents per week. They me al .to
r at the counter. at nunER vrot,u}vt
DWARF:STORE. [teb 10-It) 80L. HUBER.
m. bettors Testmtnentary on the Estate of Marpref
'tophell. late ~f Charnberslmrg. deceased, haw —beet)
I et I to the finh.criber, reeidVng in Clunborsburs.
pereens ikolehted to the said - Estate, are hereby
•ste,l to make Inonetentepayment.and throe iirtv i T/g
r timuula fizail4t the Es,tate of said decedent.
nexn the dlij , 11P without delay, ' '
10. et - IL MeDOW KUL. Exec'r.
Notice is hereby given that Lettere of Admintette•
ty.o I b. u. c. t.n.ot the Estate of John RuiNeill. late of
Chnithereburg. dee'd. Imre been granted to the under•
de, aPned. residing in 4 lnuthanipten township. .
'A tipersons kneeing themselves indebted to said E.-
tate Nil' ,pleuee notke ',immediate pft3ment . end thee e .
havibg claims will prevent them properly authenticate d
foe I. •tt lenient. Deb ltii J! IN CRESLER, Admr .
iii i [U DIT OR ' S: N' fi'CE.—The un
dersigned, appointed 'by this Orphans' quirt ol
Sr diclin CoUllty, Penna., to distribute the balanze in the
hands of George W. Brewer, Big.. Administrator of th.
eotJohn Kerr. dec'd to awl -ion mg the creditors
id ea d deceased. will attend to theduties of his appoint.
men at his offica, In Clutrnberisborg, on Friday. tht 4th
r f arch. 1861. at 1 o'clock, P. 114 when and where all
per tut into ested tua)ut'Send
fe 10 -It
LOUGH'S 'SCHOOL HO USE,
mum xnwissum, Iteb.. 4.1564.
That thenfficers of thin meeting notify the
titian of -:Gentle It:trough, that in the Mule
ownship expects thedt to look after the haat eats
0 colored fondant ot Africa. located in the Southern
, f tiliS township, in ethicating their children and
ing their other wants, es the phalantht, pima
of flftzooll yrs wun't.stiotho cabaret:. frundsout.
.s . biteexl, liras the above be published at the expefise
119 tOWIIShr. .J ACOB GLASS. Preside*.
10-It JACOB BOLLINGER.: -*v.
111)ITOR'S NOTICE.—TILe tin
det signed hiring boon hppointeft by the On anl'
I, .1 Fre nk li u county, Vennoyltenin. Auditor, t di..-
Ite the I,elence in the hands of 8. C. Fisner. A ner
11. Kerlin, dee'd, , to , end tunonk tile credit 40 , of
toed. ACCIMIIIittO Inie. will meet the parties inter.
fir the pUrpose uf hie appoint ment, et‘the office ,I:
1 . 1 kit k Kinonell. ill themberehurc. on TuLtda !I, the
of Mach, Is6l. D. WATSON WIWI,.
, 410-3 t Auditor.
'Aid I ,
I IJI).12()IVS: NOTICE.—The un=
having been appointed by the Orphans'
It or Itrhilklittewinty. Yeausylvaniar, Abditnr. le dia
-Ite the luthnice in the halide of Ilenry
' 'r of &demon Fekert. deed. to nod itniims the heirs
e tt al representatives of said,dee'd. according to law.
:mot the p.n:ies interested, for the pnrlnnie if his
iiiment at - his - office. in Groenca.tle. Atoiday,
If•ithty 1.11),714.7j, 1864.
lust ;D. V ATSON ROWR, Auditor.
Sh: 2 1
ATEMENT OF THE BANK
0 OFLtIAMP,t:R BVR6.Folnitary 4th,1864.
L 0.1.4. Or the CeninioitTrealth
Unit}, Statee Loans
- tap 1-2iram.
hue iliy othorltaiiko ; 140.207 34
Gold: (exclusive) of i. 011.11 to Commonwealth. 85.000 00
ii”tio and cheviot of other Banks 2.0.301 3i3
110 o and ,M Irtgageo - ' 9335 00
Judim. , nht 22.973 46
. .. ._, - ...._,._
;onto in the eitiv ?Ha
nt u 108 , 1'L 67
Rea Estate 1.4.060 Ott
- 184.108.40.206 37.
.Cl reilat 508.925 00
• 3.1)102 SS
Imo t o 'uther ilanhs 12.20 t
`5841.8 1A 98
The above statement, it just and true to the best of my
knowledge and belief
- G. R. MESSERSSIITII.Cusit'ar.
seo and subtoribed before me nJuitlee of the 'race
in at d r-a• she of -
Franklin ' Pa- February , 5, 18114.
fe .10 P. HARMAN, J: P.
EGISTER'ti NOTICE.•,-All per
intele.ted will please take notice that the
tog accountant - . have settled their accounts in the
Rug stet's eke of Franklin county and that the same
‘rill be prosented tothe Orphans' 'Court foi confirmation
-on oasthig. March SM, 1804, at the Court Gomm, in
N 31. The final account of David Wilson, gxe-ntor
t; ranteemnd^r the laat %villain - 1 testament of Matthew
Efelq- lute of Hamilton twp., as stated by 11 tn.
Will up. of Thivitt Wilson, who is also der: - d.
Fisst and final account of John Riser, ,ulm'r
of aanlei Guymon -deed.
' N 6. 33. account of 'Bram Sonora, adm'r, and Rebecca
, s'oners, ndministrntrix 'of Geo. Sonars. deed, who in his
life Cole wi.4 guardian id Catharine Susanna Oyler and
Geal Win. Oyler, minor .. hi.dren of Geo. Oyler, dee'd.
N ',. 31. Ace't of Jahn Camman, adm'r of M. Laseman.
late of Chntunersburg, deed.
Nn. SG. First and final acc't of Franklin Braore, Exec'r
aft f , ,,. nesore. bite of Green t wp., ilee'il.
No 30. lie At wean, t 4 B , •lorn.in Di a b as and Fimon
Brewer, adners of Fred. Divelbiss. • ~
No. 37. First and final ace! or !sada Shocky, udner of
1, liocky. late uf Wa.iliington t wp.. deed
- N, 30. Met of Jos. U. Crebs. Guardian of Ainn G.
Nyir. minor child of l)avid Eyler, deed, late of Wash.
inure', ta - p. &,A:
N ~ 39. Acct of Abraham R.Wenger, Guardian of har
rier David and John F. Reed. ,
N0..49. Account of G, o. Jacobs, Guardian of Morris
E. Eyler, minor child of-David 3. Eyler, late - of Wash
ingtn twp.. dec'd.
No. 41. First and final accountof Jacob Sollenberger.
Guardian of Cope McCleary, minor child of James Mc;
Clef ry, dec'd. '
Nii. 42. Account of Geo. Jacobs, Guardian of Clarence
yler, minor child of David Eyler, late of Washing
ton wp., dec'd. , .-
Di . 43. First account of Jacob Sollenberger, guardian
of mnel McCleary, minor child. of James McCleary,
dec ascii. . .
Ni. 44. First and - final account of Mathew NY...Fagan.
Aduer of George Croft, late of Fannett twp., dec'd.
N i. 46. Account of Samuel Garver, guardian' ofJames:
Alexander, Martha, Anna, Josephine and Mary E. Wad
dell minor children of Jas. Waddell, late of Green twp,
N,. 40. First and final account of Isaac Shocky, adm'r
of Jacob hoover, late of Washington twp.dec'd.
Nb. 47. Final account of John Shelly, Guardian of
Na y Shelly, (now dec'd) under the will.,Of Ob.ristlau
She ly, deceased. _
N ~4b. First and final account of Jacob Krldar, ailm' s
of tabu! Wagoner. deed.
N . 49. First and final account ef John Rowe and.
Mary George, Raper and Exec's of Sain'i George dec'd.
10. First account of Sana'l6l. Llnn,aderof Slim
N . 61. First and final nominator John Stouffer, (of. .
ad 'r of Mnry Nicki Ms.
Nb. 52. Second and final account of WM. &itself
gun dilus of Anna Marria Pensinger, form la i•
dau liter of John Kuhn, de,c'd•
f , 10 lIENRY STRICKLER, Register.
X. Feb. 9, 18S4.
Itainsey N. R.
czprow Jacob R
Slayton C. F.
Shnotz Jacob Sr.
YOung 31les Mary
ere will pleaee say
:W.DEA P. 31.
JElt. COOK. AOa itor
f. 8.247 48
B LOOD SEARCHER at
. A IMITOR'S NOTTCE.—The un
dersigised. Auditor appointed by the Orphans'
Collis of Franklin county, to marshal the accounts of
John Stouffer (of J.). Adruinist , ator of T. C. Ifeury.lecM,
and distribute the *beets in the 'hands of said Adminis
trator to and amongst the creditors of said deceased. will
meet all persons interested at his uffice, in thei3oronah
el Chambensbarg. on Tuesday, theist daynf _Wick Is6l.
at 10 o'clock. A. M., of said day, for theymrp see of said
audit. [feb 10.3t] J. W. DOUGLAS. Auditor.
EAL ESTATE AT PtBLIC
• SALE.—The anbAcriber, Executor of the. Estate of
o n Snyder. late of Hamilton toWnship.Prankliu coun
ty dec'd, will expose to Public•Ontcr . . - . on the premises,
' opipturday. the sth day of kfarch,ls6.l. at 1 o'clock. P.-
the following valuable Real Extale, viz t 2 TRACTS
O LAND; one containing 2R• ACRES and 132 PF.RCII
-ES, all cleared but a little over an Acre, and in tolerable
I order. The improvements are a LOG DWELLING
HOUSE and Log Stable, with well of never-Belling Wit
ter near the door. There is also n,amnll OB(111_4.RD of
goof 'Fruit Trees - . It is located on the Warm Sking road,
in Hamilton township, near Citshtown, adjoining lauds of
Lenhour. Parker and 'Ahem
Also, Tract No. containing 11 AC.RES'a
I CHES, lOcatad just by Cosi - down. on the Wa Spring
. road. Thi.; tract is all TIMBER LAND.
Possession will be given on the Ist of April next.
Salo to commence at
,1 o'clock, P. M..llhen tlie terms
Will Le made known by
feb 10-ts • WM. RAPPENSRERHER. Ex'r.
E CEIP TS AND EXPENDI
TURES OF TILE, POUR HODS S AND lIOUS,
F. Jr .83IPLOYMENT OF FRANKLIN LIOUNTY, fur the
year commencing, Jnipary lithi A. D. 1883, and ending
, January 4th, A. D. 1864:
• I TREASURER'S RECEIPTS.
Valance in Treasurer's hands at last settlenieur $258 46
leceived from tiro. J. Bahlley. County Weft Surer,
for the month of Jannary,lBo3 - ' 1,070 00
decd from - same for the month of February,lea6, 570 00
do -10 ' do March, do 1300 00
f ;-- do do do April, do 660 00
- .do do ' . do June; do 590 00
• do do do , August. du 1,2.z5 00
•I: do db do September do 600 Od
do do du ' -October, do 465 00
'do do do Novein ber, do 800 00
do do do December, do 515 00
Tile following sums ,were received from other
- sources. viz:
,Roceived from James Chariton, Steward, for lard,
butter, turkies : drief beef, eggs, kc., soil from,
tl, farm ,
.v.Ned from W. S. Everett, money collected from
, ! Henry Reilly
do , , Margaret Hunter, fur boarding........
. do Everhart Hafer, for maintaining and
do Joseph Speck. for maintaining and
do. W. S. Everett, payment collected on *
• Deardorff property, sold by Direct:. 43 40
' do Mary Woodring, money placed In Di- -
rectors' hands for maintaining her.
. , child 127 20
do W.-:tizel, for boarding 24 06
- do W. S. Everett, money collected on
the property of Cathariue Needy.:
do., J. B. Miller, for maintaining and sup
porting Sim. Simpson et Penna.
' • Lunatic Hospital, Harrisburg
Stair, boarding k maintenance,
Total receipts .$8144 04
I Amount of outstanding drafts ofypievious year, $ll6 20
Anft paid out-door paupers • ? i,210 00
, du Justice of the Pence, on orders of •
removal and relief '. - , 68 00
, du Constables fur executing orders of re- ,
, in val and relief, and milog • ' 80 60
E•: du _ for corns for out-door paupers and
1, inmates of bons.? - 145 60
',l ' ,do _ other counties for supporting paupers - -
1 ' belonging to Franklin county -:- 6 00
do for removing an insane pauper to Fa. .'
Lunatic Elospital . 695
do for medical attendance 44 out dour - -
1 paupers 40 it
I do Penna. State Lunatic llospitni ter -
- maintaining o te., insane paupers...„. 159 27
du • for relief occasioned by accident, &c... 24 00
do fur advert.isineantinal statement 55 Ou
• do fir advertising property of Catharine
Needy. au out-dour pauper... 7 e...... 500
, IIN-DtiOß EXPENDITURES* EXPENSES OF ROUSE.
Ain't paid for w00d.,. 1011 70
:.• do for coal -a" 422 40
do for beef. ' -913 90
1 ` do for pork . .338 60
I do for groceries.. 02: 45
I; ' do .for dry goods. 963 16
I do ' for shoes and cobbling - 143 25
do -for drugs - &I 18
do fur tobacco.... - 23 89
do fur queensware and crockery ...... ..... 18 78,
do for fish 1 05
do for hardware 121 86
-du for repairs to bake olen. ' 30 00
do for tin-Ware ' - ' 16 18
do for floor; • 123 00
; do - for horse feed. • 176 . 00
I do for corn 180 00
I do, for rye. 40 00
. do for oats. - 72 75
do ; for corn brooms • SSO
do fur dm+bcioks 19 2.5
do for cl ~ 115 '29
do fur ate onery 2 80
do for blank !MAL . . 250
do for ; Postage and box rent ' 250
do fur,glseang - 500
do for hate 835
EXPENSES OF FARM"
Amt paid for mending wagowl and farming
plensils...B4 SW 00
do forlimi thine 60 50
do for labor onitirm. ' 200 50.
• iiii for harvesting .72 051
do for coal tot lime 140 00
d i for changing stock • 2 81
do for leather and saddlery. ' 10 70
Ain't paid Directors and.milage. 216 00
do Attorney epee/ark. 70 00
do Physician 100 00
,do Treasurer ' 70 00
do Steward 350 00
do - Matron.. 10100
do expenses on Treastirei's bond.. ' 70
Am't paid for keeping Impel at Harrisburg dtt
ringlim Robot ..... . ..... «.. ....... • 60
Two hundred meals given to the Itebels. 2 colts. 25
biothels of corn, 30 ohickena.l9 ducks -and about 8 tuns'
of mown grass taken ,by the Itsbies during Lee's him.;
sem In June Inst.
A tn't paid fur out-door expenaaa. $14914 62
- do for in-door expenses -i- 012 94
do UT farm expenses ...... .......,....:...,... ..... 538 11
do for salaries. ; ' - 910 70
do ' for incidentals - 28 60
- Balancer in Treasurer's Lands .. 144 07
Whole number of ant:door Paupers during the ; year,
TB; present numl.er, 64. '
We, the undersigned. Directerkar the Poor and House
Lc Employment of Franklin county, having exuiiined
the foregoing et dement, do aortify to its correctness.
W. S. HARRIS,
SAMUEL. SECRLST, Directors,
W. S.Dvearrr; Attorney and Clerk.
We. the undersigned, Auditors of 'Franklin county, do
certify that we hisvo examined the foregoing account of
Charles OuluicksolTremorrer of the Direci ore of the Poor,
and find it corr nod also find a balance in his hands
of one hund d forty-four dollars and seven cents.
January -Ith," ; A., D. 1884.
= D. B. ARELN, Ands.
W. 8. AMDERSON,-
•,:e PRODUCE OF ;POOR' HOUSE FAIIII FOR 1363.
'9OO bushels of wheat; 474 bushels of corn; au) bush.
els of oats: 12 loads hay; 20 loads 6= fodder: 4,200
heeds Of cabbage: . 2 barrels sour kraut; 7 barrels tif cu
cumbers ; 395 bushels of potatoes; 4,500 lbs. Pork; 1,400
N. beef; 150 lbs. veal ; S barrels of cider; 35 bushels of
whiter ilppl:3; 20 lkshels of onions ; 18 bushels of beets;
'3O bushels of tomatues ; 18 bushels of turnips; 3,000
• bushels dilute. ,
STOCK ON UAND AT SETTLEUENT.
5 head of work horses, 12 head of mulch cows, 14 bead
of stock cattle, 2 head of, stock hogs, 5 breeding sows,
700 bushels of wheat, 7 foods of hay, 12 loads of corn fod
der, 2-barrels of pickets, 1% barrels of sour kraut, 6,400
lbs: pork, 5.000 tbs . beef, 1,200 The. lard, 400 The. tallow,
4 k e ttles of apulo butter, 20 bushels of apples, 2 barrels of
v.negar, 50 bushels oats,lso brothels potatoes,-4 1 A bush.
elect cleverseed, 8 bushels of beetsj 6 bushels of unions,
500 Leads of cabbage.
NUDIBEU OF PAUPERA IN TILE INSTITUTION ON
TILE lsr OF JANUARY, DAC
White =lea.-- . 42
Coloredlomales.. .......... ..........
Average numberperTed during the year.. 111
Mea!seven tow n ring pertoms during the year,
with lodging, & ' gin
Children bound otit during the year . ' 0
teb.o.3t ' - JA.II,ES CHAIIITON,Stewerd.
UNITED STATES MAILS.
POST OPPIOE DEPARTMENT.
WU., king tot/ , Not:ember 10. 1861.
PROPOSALS will be received at theContractilt
fiee of this Department until 10 a, to. -of Thus:dor,
March 31,1864, for conv eyingthe mails of th e United
States for four years, core mencing July 1. ..864. and
ending June 30.1668, in the State of Pennsylvania,
on the routes-and by the schedules of departures
and arrivals herein specified.
Decisions announced by ANii.2s,lti4.
hidden will e.ca l aue ect.efurtv the forme and ill
-Btructi„, anne,red7txpeeittlip the latter part of in
2201. From Philadelphia. by General Wayne
Cabinet, West Haverford i , Radnor, Spread Eagle
Rawl-itle, Paoli, Frazer. ‘a est Whitcland, Downing
town. Thorn dale. Iron Works, Caln, Cmitesville, Par
kesburg; Penningtonville,l (Th r i s ti aria : Gap . Ki n _
sere, Leaman Place. Bellemont.Paradise, Gordons
ville, Intercourse, Enterprise. Lancaster, Landis
ville, Salungia. Mount Joy), .Elizabethtown,
town, High Spin), Ilarrishorg..Susibehanna, Fen,
wick, Duncannon. Newport. Millerstown. Timmy
soutown, Mexico Port RoYal, Miffiirapern, Lewis
town. Strode's McVeytown. ,Newton
ton, Mount Union, Mapleton Depot, Mill' Creek,
Huntingdon, 'haver's-Creek; Barre Forge, Spruce
Creek, Birmingham, Tyrone. Ante-stall - li, Tipton,
Fostoria. Altoona; Oallitzem Cresson, - Summit,
'Hemlock,Soninaii.Wilmore. Summer Hill, Mineral
Point. Connema ugh. Johnstown, Annaugh,Verona,
Now Florence. Lockport Station, Bolivar,Branch
Junction, Hillside, Milwood, New Derry, Braden-
Ville, Youngstown, Latrobe, (-ireensburg. Adams
biarg, Tinker Run, Manor Station. Penn s Station.
livrin's Station, Lari-ner'm Station, Stewartsville,
Cavettsville..Monroeville. Tartle Crook. Braddock'a
Field, Wilkinsburi, and Wilkins; to Pittaburg,3s7si
miles, and back, by railroath twice daily, or as fre
quently as cars are run. if required.)and by a ached
ale satisfactory to the Department.
From Philadelphia. Comb okocken,_Nor
ristown, Bridireport, y ort - Kennedy. Valley Forge,
Phoenixville. Royer 's Ford, Limerick Bridge, Seta-
I eis Store. Pottstown. Douglassville, Banmstown.
Birdsboro', Exeter Station. Reading. Tnekertew:i.
Mohrsvillo. Shoomakersville, Leesport, Hamburg,
Port Clinton. Auburn, Orwigsburg, Landingville.
and Schuylkill Haven. to Pottsville, 97 miles arid
back. by railroad, twice daily, except Sunday, (ores.
frequently as cars run, if required.) and by a sched
ule satisfactory to the Department.
2203. From Philadelpnia, by Kelleysville. Oak
Dale, Media: L
Glen Riddle, anni Mills. Glen Mills.
Thornton. Cheyney, and Street Road, to Were
Chester. ,%Y. miles and back: twice daily, by rail
road, and by a schedule satisfactory to the Depart
2204. From Philadelphia; b Milestown,ilince
makertown, Fit sivatertown. White Marsh, Penn
lint, Upper D übl ri,'Sp ring House. Gwynedd, Moat
gomeryville. New Ilarhof; Hatfield, Laridsdale,
Seller's Tavern, Quakertown. Coopersburg, Centre
Valley Hollertown; and. Iron Hill. to Bethlehem,
54 19-100 miles miles and back, daily, except Sun
day, (or as frequentl3 as cars run, if reqpired.) with
a branch to Doylestown via New Galena, Line Lex
ington„WhitelrallvillO and New 13ritain, 10 11-100
miles and back, daily except Sunda& by railroad.
and by a schedule satisfactory to too Department.
2205. From Philadelphia, by upper Darby. Hay -
erford. Newtown Square, Edgemont. Willistown
Inn. and Milltown. to West Chester, 23 1 miles and
back. - three times a 4 week.- Leave Philadelphia
Tuesday. Thursday, and Saturday at 2 p. in.; arrive
at West Chester' by 8 p in. Leave West Chester
MondaY. Wednesday, and Friday at 7 a m; arrive at
Philadelphia by 1 p in.
2206. From Philadelphia to Norristown, 17 miles
and back, daily, except Sunday, by railroad. Lento
Philadelphia da ly. except Sunday, at G a m; arrive
at Norristown by 7 a in. Leave Norristown daily,
except Sunday, at 6 am .farrive at Philadelphia by
2.3/7. From 9 Philadelphia. l‘y Olney, Oicford
Church. Cheltenh an: Fox Chase. Huntingdon Val
ley, Sorrel Horse. Davisville. Richborongh, and
Penn's Park, to Pineville, 29 miles and back. six
times - a — week. Leave Philadelphia daily, except
Sunday. at 7 a m; arrive at Pineville by 1 p m.—
Leave Pineville daily, except Sunday, at 0 a m ; or
rive at Philadelphia.by 12 m.
2208. From Philadelphia to Darby, 8 miles Ind
back, six times a week. by railroad. Leave Phila
delphia daily) except Sunday. af 8% am; arrive at
Darby by 10 am. Leave Darby daily, except Sun,-
day. at 7 a in I arrive at Philadelphia by 834 a m.
2209. Front Frankford RailrOad Station, by _Bus
tletnn, to Somerton, 10 miles and back, six time, a
week. Leave Frank ford Railroad Station dnil3 ,
cycept Surday. at 5p m arrive at Somerton, by 7
Vm.. Leave Somerton daily - except Sunday, at 1 1
p m: arrive at Frankford Railroad Station by 4
=O. From Bustleiton, by Byb"rry. to Oak ford, 8
miles and back, three limos a week. Leave Bu -
tleton Tuesday. Thursday, and i‘nturday at 6 - pp
arrive at Oakford by 8 p en. - Leave Oakford
day, Thursday and Saturday -at 8 am; arrive atßus
tleton by_lo a m.
2211. From Shoemakertown by Jenkintown, Ab
ingtown. Willow Grove, Harborough, Warminater.
Hartsville. Bridge Valley, Buckingham, and La
haska, to New Hope, 30 miles and back, six times a
week. Leave Shoemakertown daily, except Sunday.
at 10 am; arrive at New Hoe by 8 p m. Leave
New - Hope daily,- except Sunday, at 8a m; arrive at
Shoemakertown by Op in.
2212. From Norristown, by Hickorytown and
' Plymouth Meeting, to Barren Hill, 6 miles and
' back, three times a week. Leave Norristown Tues
day, Thursday and Saturday at 10 a ni; arrive at
Barren Hill by 12 m. Leave Barren Hill Tuesday.
Thursday and Saturday, at 3 p m ; arrive at Norris
town by 5 p m.
2213. From Norristown, its Norritonville, Penn's
Square; Centro Square, Woraester, Skippack; Led
eracksville. and Salfordsvllle, to Sumneytown. 25
.miles and back. threetimes wweek. Leave Norris
town Tuesday, Thursday and aturday at 4pm ; ar
rive at Samneytown by 10,p hit Leave Sunineytown
Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 6 a ; arrive at
Norristown by 12 m.
2214. From Norristown, by Jeffersoniille, Shan.;
nonville, and Port Providence, to Phoenixville, 11
miles and back, three times a week. Leave Norris
town Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 4
rrive at Phoenixville by 6% pm. Leave Phoenix
: vine Tuesday s Thursday and 'Saturday at 4% a m ;
arrive at Norristown by 7 a na.
2215. From Norristown, by Jeffersonville; Engle
villa, Freeland. Lower Providence, Trap e, Limer
ick. and Crooked Hill, to Pottstown, 19' miles and
back, six times a week to Trappe. and t ree times
a week residue. Leave Norristown Tuesday. Thurs
day and Saturday at 10 am; arrive at Pottstown by
4p m. Leave Pottstown Monday. Wednesday. and
Friday tit 6a m; arrive at Norristown by 11 a m.—
Leave 7e7orristown Monday. Wednesday and Friday
ailoam;arriveatTrappebylpm. Leave Tralllka
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at f% a m; arm o
at Norristown by'9 a in.
$ ;61'2 94
T. 16. --From Bridgeport. by King of Prussia, New
Centreville. Chester Valley, Warren Tavern, and
Exton to Dow nington, 22 miles-and back..six times
a week, by railroad,' , and by schodule,satisfactory to
2217. From Pottstown. by Boyerstown. Beebtels
vale, Colebrookdale. and Dale, to .Siesholtsville, 21
miles and back, twice a week. Leave Pottstown
Tuesday and Saturday on arrival of mail from Phil
adelphia—say at 10 a rat arrive at Seisholtsville -by •
3p m. Leave Seisholtriville Monday and Friday at
8 a in; arrive at Pottstown by 1 p m. Proposals to
extend to Long Swamp, 4 miles farther, and ,for
three times a week service are invited.
2218. From Pottstown. by New Hanover and
Frederick. to Sumneytown,l7 miles and back, once
a week. Leave Yottstmcn Wednesday at 12, in ; ar
rive at Samneytown by op m. Leave kumnertown
Wednesday atd a m; arrive at Pottstown byll am.
2219. From New Hanover, by Pleasant Run.
Hillegas. Pennsburz - Spinn erstorrn.Milford Square.
Steinsburg. and Locust Valley, to Coveraburg, 23
miles and baek,'onee / a week, Leave hew Hanover
Friday at 9 am; arrive at Coopersburg by 5 p
Leave Coopersburg ThursdaY at 6 a m; arrive at
New Hanover by 2 p in. -
z 1 . From Limerick. by Fagleysville. New Han
over, Gilbertsville: Beyerstown, Spansville, Shines.
vale. Manatawnv, L - obachsville. New Jerusalem.
and Dryville. to Kutztown. 32miles and back, twice
a week. Leave Limerick Tuesddy and Saturday at
2p m; arrive at Kutztown,by 10 pm. Leave Kutz
town Monday and Friday at 7a m; arrive at Lim ;
eriok bY 3P M. •
2221. From Line Lexington. by Ililltown, Ha -1
gersville. Applebricbsville, Pleasant Valley, and.
Leithsville, to Hellertown. 30 miles and back, three
times a week. Leave- Line Lexinglon 31 ondaY.
Wednesday. and id at 1p m ; arrive nt Heller
town by 9p m. Leave Hellerumn Tuesday. Thurs
day and Saturday at 6 a m ; arrive ut Line Lexing
ton by 2 p m.
2222. From Gwynedd. by Rulpsvillo,' Ilarleys•-••
vale, Snmneytown: and Ponnsburg, to Hereford, 25
miles and baucc, six times a week. Leave Gwynedd .
daily, except Sundas. at 2%p m ; arrive at Here
ford by 8% p m.• Leave Hereford daily, except
Sunday, at 4% a m; arrive at Gwynedd by 10%a in,.
2223. From Whitemarsh, by Broad Axe. to Bina -
Bell, 4 miles and back, six times a week. Leave
Whitetruush daily. except Sunday, at 5% p in; ar
rive at Blue Bell by 6%p in. Leave Blue'Bell daily
except Sunday, at 6 a in; arrive at Whiteinarsh by
7 a m.
2 7.24.. From zeiglersville, by Frederick, Douglas:
Colebroakdale, and Clayton, to Hereford, 18 mites,
and back, twice a week. Leave Zeigleraville Tues
day and Saturday, at 1 p in; arrive at Hereford by
7p m. Leave Hereford Mondtw and - Friday at r
11::: arrive at Zeiglersville by 1 p tn.
2225. From Sumneytown,by HoppeuvilliGery'g,
H a senaselc, and Vera Cilia, to EMalla. 1g miles aad
back. twice a week. Leave Sumneytown Wednes
day a m ; Saturday atfi am ; arrive at EMBUS by 7112
in. LeaveMmaus Wednesday and Saturday at - 51p
m ; arrive at Sumneytown bylo p
226. FrOin Andalusia to BYberry. 3 - miles . and
back. six times& werk. Leave Andalutiadailyiex
. cept finudaY. atrocam ; arrive at *berry. bye 81 , 6
aM. Leave 13yberry daily, except Sunday. at 6 a
in; arrive at Andalusia by 7 a m. •
227. From Brultel, by Emilie, Fallsington. Ox-