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- rang against,. - every measure looking to.
'the-preservation (if the government,just
- Stich rotes as-they wouni kite froni choice
if they were not restrained eonstituen
ties more -faithful than themselveS ; and
in his ow - u good time, when every par
pose of the majority had
0, he surrendered the chair and charged
theminority with their just responsibil
-it/forthe legislation of the Senate. - The
loyalinen of the State owe pinch to Hon.
John P. Penny. With a firm hand, and
with that intelligence and' dignity that
became the position, he -rescued the first
legislative tribunal of the Commonwealth
from anarchy ; braved . the storm of mad
partizanship; compelled the disorgani
zers to respect the laws, and made a pre
(ident for all time -that perpetuates the
State government; and he has quietly
brought order to the Senate, and restored
it to its legitimate legislative duties.
- Tim Constitutional Convention of Old Vir
ginia, now in session at Alexandria, has passed
the following amendments to the Constitution
of the State,3vith but into negative vote:
Ist- Slavery and involuntary servitude, except
for crime, is hereby abolished and prohibited in the
2d. Courts of corn - potent jurisdiction may wren
cop I thuord of African, descent on like conditions
provided by lay, for apprenticing white children.
3d. The Crenciar Assembly shall make no new laws
establishing , slavery or recognizing property in hu
' 'The action of the ConventiOn'was responded
to bj firing one hundred guns and the ringing of
hells throughout the city. •
IIoN. S. P. CEIASE has written a letter to
Senator Hall, of the 'Ohio LegiAature, with
4rawing -his name as a candidate for the Presi
dency. The Union members of the Ohio Leg
islature having indicated a preference for Mr.
Lincoln, air. Chase says "it beiomes my duty
therefore, and I count it more a privilege than
,a duty, to ask that no ftu-ther consideration 'be
giVen to my, name."
HON. GIIARLES GILPIN ha4een appointed
U. S. District Attorney for the Eastern District
of this State, in place of Hop. Geo. A. Coffey,
deceased. Mr. Gilpin is an able and experi
enced lawyer, an ardent and active Union man,
and is eminently fitted for the place; Ho was
Mayor of Philadelphia for several years before
HON. ElAnus WtirrE, ex-Senator from rnai
ana, hail been released by the rebels and is now
on his - way home. He ceasedjo be important
to;the rebels wheneverlis absence ceased to be
of service to the Democrata;of the Senate.
WE are indebted to Hon. John' Sherman,
lion. John L. Dawson, and Hon. G. W. Scofield
- foil copies of their Speeches iecently#elivered
For The Franklin Repoeitory.
ABOILIT STAMP DUTIES
Many persons in the community are under the
Jrapression that a promissory note for a sum
under $2O requires no stump, This was indeed
, as it stood in the beginning ; but by the
amended aet of Marelt3, 1863, ererypromisory
note, whether for a. stun even or under $2O,
requires a stamp, as any one may see by com
paring the amended law with the old law. The
tables generally in use are, eroneous in this re
There is another, point in relation to promis
ory nOtes'worthy of attention. Almost all sale
.notes and indeed' almost all notes made in the
°Gantry are sealed. Should theibestainged as
promissory notes or as personal bopdsl They
are no: pro4sory'notes, but single bills or
bonds, in their legal effect. The decision of
this qi&tion one Way or the other will not
effect notes payable at a period exceeding six
months, hut will effect all payable six months
or less after date.. A promisory note at six
months, for instance, reqUirtis a six cent stamp, -
• if under $2OO, but a bond of the same amount
requires a ten cent stamp, and Would toi invalid
with a six vent stamp affixed.
These things have -suggeSted themselves to
me and I have noted ahem down, but I intended
to write more particUlarly about the stamp on
deeds conveying real estate, and which party,
vendor or vendee, should pay for the stamp,
because the let of April approaches and this
question will arise in many instances. My at
tention was called to this question by a decision
of Judge Sharswood. of Philadelphia, published
in many, of the papers, to the effect that in
Philadelphia the purchaser or vendee must pay
for the stamp. This decision has attracted a
good deal of aqention and most persons, are
under the impression that.if such is the, law in
Philadelphia,-it must be the law thretiglio,.ut the
State. But irdoes..net follow. -
Judge Sharswood decided that the purchaser:
of real/Sate in Philadelphia must pay for the
stamp to be affixed to the deed, because, by the
universal custom of the city, the purchaser pays
- the expenses of transfer and the stamp is but an
incident of the transfer. The universal, uniform
and established custom of the city makes the
law. Now it' the Custom is the same through
out the State, the. law must be the same. But
in' his community at least, we say with milli.;
deuce, there is no such universal and eitablish , -
• Theluirchaser has not invariably
paid the expenses of making the title papers.
%Vhere there is no provisionmade in the article,
the custom, if there is.one at all, is perhaps fir
thipartiesto divide the expenses between them.
Where this is ,not 'done the grantor full .as
frequently pays as the grantee. Under the
circumstances Judge Sherwood's decision is no
antbority . for us.
Supposing then that there is no express agree
ment and that we have• no settled custona•as
they have in Philadelphia, what is the law? It
may. Seem strange, but it is true, that the la*. is
not settled. The questiod has been alluded to
but twice, that we know of, by the,gifpreme
Court; and in neither case was it neceSsary!to
• : -expressly decide it. - It-will not long rodfain an
open question, however, • for where. a heavy
stamp is required itowill be worth while,to haye
it decided. In England formerly the convey
• Arica was prepared by the vender or seller, but
in after years it-Was held that the vendee must
• prepare and tender it, but this decision was
:••founded'en peculiarities of English conveyanc
ingWhieh do not obtain with us. Chief ..ljustice.
TilLb Ban in•Sweßzer vs:: Hinitmel 3 S. P. R.
INif,,,;reaned strdagly toward the, positicin that
the seller Inuit piepare an 4 Opy the cost of the
• conieyanee. • •Ile said; howevet, great regard
. is due to custom, when it is welLestablished-.
`Whether or not it is the
,ttusttim aniOnglts that
, tthe-purchaser shall pay the coat of drawing tha
-'lleed(the articles being affent),l nottuTuni."
-On the other hand . in :Tieripan - vir - ROltind, 3
Harris, 440, Judge Bell says, that by the custom
of the Stale, it was incumbent-on the vendees—
the purchasers--to-prepare 'and tender for exe
cution the deeds, bat especially under the cir
! eumstanceg was it their duty to do' so. = This,
i declaration of. the Judge, was therefere very
much qualified, and we regard it so all events
I - not as . e-decision of the Court but as a dictum
of th e J u dge, because it was not necessary to
decide the question, the point requiring adjudi
cation being conclusively settled upon other
grounds. Such are the Pennsylvania cases.
They leave . the matter in doubt. Hilliard on
Vendors, a late work, collects the decisions of
the different. States and lays it down that the
vendor is bound to prepare and tender the deed,
and the authorities quoted by him show that the
law has been so held in most of the States, but
he,notices the decision in 3 Harris, 440. On
the whole, then,it is not by any means settled
that the purchaser must pay for drawing the
deed, and since the affixing of the stamp - is but
an incident of the preparation of the deed, it is
not certain that he must 'affix it. Perhaps the
law may be hold in accordance with Chief Jus
tice Tilghman's views, which strike us as sen
sible and forcible: It would be well for the
parties to a sale of real estate to provide in the
articles for the of the expenses:of trans
for' and where there has been no agreement, at I
least until the mutter shall be decided, to di
vide the expenses. Where, however, there is
a' covenant on the part of the seller, as in most
- -cases, to executea good and sufficient convey
ranee, or the like, he must prepare the deed and
raffix the stamp.= D. W.
SHAPLEY—LANDIS - .--On the 14th ult., by' the
Rev. C. L. Ehinfeld, ..Mr. Rufus E. Shapley, to Miss
Emma E. Landis, of Shippensbnrg.
PFEIFER—BItOWN.--On the 6th inst., by the
Rev.:M.-Wolf; Mr. George Pfeifer, to Mrs. Catharine
EPPELMAN—NEFF.-- , On the 13th inst., at the
residence of the Brides, Parents in Fayetteville, by
Rev. S. 3Clienry, Emanuel;C. Eppelman of Co. G.
138th Re t. Pa. Vols., to Miss Geomi rmaNeff.
RITTER—SNIDER.--On the 3d inst., by Rev. F.
Dyson, Mr. James Ritter to Miss Martha...J. Snider,
both of Charnbershurg.
SNIDER.—On the morning of the 9th •inst., in
this, place, of Diptheria, Jacob Newton, -son of J.
N. and Fanny Snider; aged 5 years, 7 months and 4
VERETT.—On the 9th inst., in this place, Mrs.
Jane E., wife of Wm. S. Everett, Esq , and daughter
of Mr. John Cree, aged about 28 years.
MILLER.—On the 28th ult., in Et. Thomas town
ship, Mrs. Susanah Miller, aged 69 years, 1 month
and ...13 days,
BYERS.—On the Ctk inst., in Giiilford township,
Ellsworth M'Clellan Byers, aged 1 year, 3 months
and dayt , .
CAMPBELL.—On the 9th inst., at Carrick, Ma
tilda L,. daughter of 3. H. and Ann Campbell, aged
10 years, 8 months and 7 days.
MACLAY.—On 11th ult., in Shippensburg,
Mrs Catharine Maelay, in her 72nd year.
ALEXANDER.—On the 6th inst., near Dry Run.
James 11. Alexander, aged 38 years, 7 months and
WILSON.—On the 6th inst., Hannah M.. infant
daughter of Mathew C. and Margaret Wilson, aged
1 year, 5 months and 2.5 days.
CIILBERTSON.—On the BA inst.. at Spring Run:
George B. McClellan. infant - son of James and Jane
Culbertson. aged 7 month and 913 days. •
COLGATE'S HONEY SOAP—This celebrated
TOILET SoAc: in such universal demand. is made
from the ctioicr.sr materials, is sum and EMOLLIENT
in its nature, irE4ORANTLY !TENTED, and extremely
11EXT;FleIAL in 128 action upon the skin. For sale by
all Druggists and Fancy Goods Dealers. ja27-I.s.
REPORT OF THE MARKETS
Flour—White $7 00
Wheat—White 1 50
Wheat—Red 1 40
Rye - - - 1'25
Corn 1 00
Clover - Seed - 6 00'
Timothy Seed 3 00
Villa Seed 250.
PIiIf.AIYELPRIA, March 18,1864
Owing to the unfavorable tenor of the foreign
news the brarid , tuff market - was decidedly dull and
unsettled. the only sales being a few hundred bhlc,
for home - consumption, within-the range of s'; ;5 23
for superfine, up to $B6 - 1.9 50 for high -grade extra
family and fancy lots. Rye Flour is held at VIM 25
In Corn Meal nothing doing. Wheat is inactive• and
coated at $1 6060. 63 for Red. and $1 70(5i , 1 9$ for
White. Rye offered at $1 2ia4l SO. Corn inactive
at $1 1791 19 in storeand afleat. Oats unchanged.
5.000 bus. Clover Seed sold at $7 so(q.7
- BiLTIMORE, Mare 15
Flour dull and heavy. Howard street super sells
at efi 62340(t3 75. Wheat-dull anti droooinF: liens
ti;cky white - $1 WO. 90. Corn firm: White Al 15
(1 16: Yellow s'll7. Whisky firm at 115W25%.
Provisions dull and unsettled.
NORTH WARD UNION TICKET.-
1 1 The following is the Union Ticket for the North
Ward to be voted on Friday next:
,hevlge of Eb.ction.—C. C. Foltz.
ANsorsor—D. M. Leisher.
ARR't As4emorii--Emanuel Kuhn, Sam'l
.thitqtabie—Ruftts K. M'Clellan. [march 16-1 t
QOUTH WARD UNION TICKET.---
1 7 following is the Union Ticket for the South
Ward to be voted on Friday next:
judi.e of Eleetion—Samuel Myers. •
Ingpector—John Sitters. ,
9x/lessor—D. M. Leisher.
Aset A.mosgors—Erritinuel Kuhn, Sain'l
PEAR TREES.—Standard and Divarf
Pear Trees of the leading and most valuable
varieties. Among them can be furnished some
" EXTRA SELECTED" Trees, the Dwarf 'having
frnit buds and ready for immediate bearing.
'Price for good trees. 50 to 60 eta each—Extra tie
leeted,7s eta to $1 each. Rates lower by dozen.
J. 311811, Keystone Nursery,
mar 16-tf7 Harrisburg, Pa.
LIST' OF CAUSES FOR TRIAL AT
April Term.-1864. Common Pleas; commencing
Monday, April 11th, 1864:
John & Sol. Ely vs Franklin Funk.
Michael Zellars • vs James Rule. •
Jacob Overcash •,- vs Wm. A. liszelet.
Matthias Phillipy vs John Ashtray.
S& M Pennock &Co vs Wm. Reber.
Solomon Allison vs Uriah P. Smith.
Jas. S. Ross, Executrix vs J. S. Ruscabury Ex . r.
Solomon Baker vs Philip Kyner's ,Adner
March 16 , K. S. TATLO ' . Prothonotary._
THE OPORTO GRAPE.—This Grape
isnot recommended particularly as a dessert
fruit. but makes an excellent, dark colored.
well bodied Wine. so closely resembling genuine.
old-timed PORT WINE, that none but experienced
judges can distinguish between the two. Although
it is manufactured extensively in Western New
York, the supply is unequal to the demand, at from
150 to S 4 per gallon.
Vines for sale by -the subscriber, who has been ap
pointed Agent for. it at the following prices:
One to-three years old, 25c to 50 ets each. $2 50 to
$5 per dozen, .$14,t0 $3O per.loo.-- I JACGE
raAr 16-11 . 1 'Keystone NurserY, Harrisb'g, Pa.
I(EYSTONE NURSERY.—The sub
scriber is prepared to furnish most articles us
nally to be found in Nurseries, of good quality and
.•at reasonable rates.
The Stock embraces all leiuling kinds of : • •
• • - k s li-UIT'PREE
Apples, -•- Cherries, ' Peachci,
• Dwarf and Standatd Pears,
• • - Grapes,.Strawberes,
- • Gooseberries,: Blackberries, -
Also can be furnished a good assortment of -
EVERGREEN—TREBS__,' *.• '
Evergreen:slid .other Shrubbery, Shade Treel,
Great Facilitiea aro Posessed fer shipping artlcles
to all parts of the country, as the:Nursery immedi
ately adjoins the City of Harrisbu:•"
mar 16-tf JACOB MISII, Harrisburg,i Pa.
RSBURG, March 15,1864
Soup Beans 200
Washed Wool 60
'Unwashed Wool 40
Pared Peaches 3 , 00
Unpared Peaches... 154
Dried Applc 2 00
tii„....t--- stama. „.. n .i_
.., -3 ,..,„ 0 ....p 0zu,.5 .;1
, i -, ca ...4 , = l6, 4864 •
-_ . '
gete2 ,, bliertioentento:
- pAitmE - fis
article f CORD VELYET at WHITE'S
Cl OF EVERY STYLE AcD
variety, s >ld by the yard at
WHITE'S NrlV7 Store
JOSL— -The lost a Voucher
on Capt. Denny for tai2 50, for Which a liberal
reward Will be paid to the finder, - if returned to
ticDOWELL'S Warehouse. All persons
are warned from 'purchab - ing said r ett?,her as pay
ment has blen,stopped. GEp. A. DEITZ;
A DIVINTSTRATOR'S NOTICt.-No
-112 Lice is hereby given that Letters of Admiral,-
trntion on the Estate of .Tames H.:Alexander. late
of Fannett township. deceased, have been granted
to the undersigned, residing in Fannett township.
All persons knowing themselves indebted to said
Estate will please make immediate .payment: and
those having claims will present them properly au
thenticated for settlement.l3. O.; Mee1.111.1./Y,
mar 16 Administrator.
Y R' S FRANKLIN* COUNTY
NURSERIES.-FH.Fir-ANDOR;ASIENTAL TAP. Rs,
GMAPR VINR% STRAWWIRY PLANTS,Err.----Thc
largest stock to Select from in the.countv,J Every
thing iu the FRUIT TREE and PLANT line that
is at all desirable. can be supplied from the com
monest standard Fruit Tree. to the rarest and most
choice native or foreign species or,variety of Fruit
or Flower. Our Standard Apple Trees are unusual
ly fine, stout heavy trunks, furnished With fine
branching heads ' from three to five feet-from the
ground, as may be desired. Our aim is to grow the
best of everything pruning, and eultivating upon
scientific principles, consequently.jour productions
are not - offered in competition with Trees grown
upon the old let-alone system. Au invitation is ex
tended to nll who r.ro interested ia fruit culture, to
come and see fur themselves.
A large stock of Grronhouse and Bedding Plants,
Roses, &e., in pots, will be ready in April and May.
Enclose three -cent stamp for descriptive - Cata
logue of Fruit and Ornamental trees, &e,
Address, B. L. RYDER
West Franklin Nurseries,
Near Loudon. Franklin Co., Pa,_
PROCLAMATION.—To the Coroner,
the Justices of the Peace, andthe•Coristables
of the different townships in the county of Frank
din. Greeting: Know all ye, that in pursuance of a
precept to me directed, under the hand and meal of
the lion. JAMES NILL, President of the several
Courts of Common-Please, in the Sixteenth District,
consisting of the eounties of Somerset, Bedford,
Fulton end Franklin, and by virtue of his office. the
Court of, Oyer and Terminor and General Jail De
liveq for the trial of capital and other nffenders
therein, and in the General Court of quarter Ses
sions of-the Peace, and WILLIAm W. PASTON and
kTKAg 0. CAH.Si)N,Esas., Judges of the Caine county
of Franklin. You and each of pin are hereby re
quired to be and appear in yonrproper persons with
your Accords, Recognizences. Examinations, and
othen Remembrances before the Judges aforesaid,
at Chambersburg, ate. Court of Oyer and Terminer
and General Jail Delivery, and General quarter
Session of the Peace, therein to be holden or the
County of Franklin aforesaid, on' the 2nd Mondap
in April, being the 11th dap in the. month, at 10 -
clock in the forenoon of that day, then and there to
do those things, which to yourseveral officea apper
Given under my hand at Chainbershurg the 15th
day of,Mardi, 1164. SAMUEL BRANDT.
march 16 . Sheriff.
(Erwin Lewis '
'Fritz George 1 1
'Fields Henry Cl
IFrey Mrs J F
-LA post Office a
Ayrris A M StCo2l
Anglo Dr Jno , 2
'Allen Miss Catil.!
Allison John I
Boyer S A
Gerwick J H
Humer Snead ,
Hill Wm W
Llnnn John. r
Horner Chas M:
Hall George 3
Kellog W D
Mell Edward A
Miner W H
Miller David A
for the above Le
Btaee kiss Loui.
Baker S W
B(;W j ers% A
Baldwin A B
Brown David P
Blair Philip D,
Burns John H
Cart Miss Eliza.
Cunningham M. l
Clark Miss Dir..
Cro ks Wm
Carrier Jas CT
Celt Miss Sarah?!
Overran C A
Dann Chas. B
Divelbiss tleorge ,
Eby A: Son I
Elliott John I
say that they hay
subserly r resii - ectfully informs iris friends and
1 0 ,
1.4 , • public, that he continneej to eat ry on the
above businees at hisfil l d Stand. on
WEST MARKET STREET,'
Al'keeps Constantly on hand a general assort-
ing and Wagon Saddles,
Flat and Round,
Black and 'Val.!'
, i'noss and Draft Collars,
Patent Leather Collars ( goodquality).
, . Blind Bridles;.
ant'l ei-erythinx in the •Leather dine can ho fourith in
Ids Atop, or made to order, at nioderate rate,../
(toile at ahlrt notice and on rea'aonalile tetras.
1 TRUNKS AND VALISES
al tilts on hand and sold chciip Fos
Ile employs ,none but the teat ocorkmea,
NEW 'GOODS ! SPRING STYLES !
'Pie'ee Goods Sold bY the Yard
see Goods Sold by, the Yard
,Pieee Goods Sold by the, Yard
Piece Goods Sold by the Yard
art'any Stoke hi the county.. largeit and best
assorted stook of
CLOTHE, CAsumpaiEg AND JEANS
CLOTHS. , CASSIMERES AND JEANS
'CLOVIS. CAS§lld'Elelt AND
' CLOTHS, CASSINIEREE AND 'JEANS
for Men and Boire ever brought to this place.
Call and Examine -
Call and - Examine
Call and:Examine -
can and ExaMine
,READY , MADE CtOTtIING
• , READY MADE CLOTHING
HEADY MADE CLOTHING
AT 'AIHITE'S - NEW i3TORE
r AT WHITE'S NEW STORE -
AT WHITE'S NMV - STORE
AT 'WHITE'S NEW STORE •
sr 16-2 .Throe Doors SOuth of the Diamond
$„....r-', BEIVARD.,--Lost, on the sth inst., -
ij somewhere, 'between Goolea Tatinery and
3tereersbtirg. a Leather Pucka 'Book, containing
between thirty and tburty dollars.. The above re
ward will be paid to anY Peron leaving it with that.
subscriber. at llig. residence in.Little , Cove.
mar 16-3t* , i GEO. C. MARTIN.
pXECIIT6It'S NOTlCE.',Notite is
j_l4 herclir given that lettera Testamentary to the
Estate of John; W. Jordan, late of Chambersburgs
de ed, has been' granted to the undersigned, resid
ingiin the 13orclugia of Chambersburg. •
All p irsons knowing themselves indebted to said
Estate Will please make immediate payment : and
those haring claims will present them properly au
thenticated for settlement.
inifr 16 ANNIE E. JORDAN. Executrix.
XECUTOR'S NOTlCE.—Notice is
hereby-given that Letters Testamentary to the
Estate of Henry Horst, late of South a mpton twa..
deceased, have been granted to the undersigned, re
!wing m Green toirnahip.
All persons knowing themselves indebted to said
Estate will please make 'immediate - payment; and
those having-claims will please present them Pro
perly authenticated fur settlement.
- LEVI HORST;
J.L. EBER'zOLE xecntors.
DUBLIC SALE.—The undersigned,
i• will offer alt Public Sale, on' the premises, on
Thursday the: Tith dors of Moech,lB64. the following
Property. Tract of SLATE LAND, situate
in Hamilton -411w.n&liii.), about one mile West of
Chamber:burg. near thettnrnpike, containing about
Ten Acres, all in first-rate order. with a good Log
and Brick DWELLING HOUSE. good Barn, Or
chard, three good Springs, and one Acre of Timber,
and ails necessary out-banding::: If not sold on that
day, it will be offered for Rent. :Also, will be sold
at the same time and place, 1 - Carriage. 1 Wagon, 1
Sleigh, (lean.. and Harness, I Harrow, 3 PIOWEc
Cutting Bof, Rakes, Shovels, Forks,
Wheelbarrow, Grindstone, lot of old Iron, lot of
Lumber, Rails and. Logs, lot of Carpenters' Tools—
Saws, Chissels and Augurs. Also, a variety of
llunseholddndKitehen:Furniture, and a great many
articles not necessary to enumerate. Sale to com
mence at 10 o'clock, when the terms will be made
knosvn by' [mar 16-10 FRED.,WALK. Agent,
ALTIMORE LOCK HOSPITAL.--
1J DB. JOHNSTON. the founder of this Celebrat
ed Institution, offers the most eertain; . speedy, and
only effectual remedy in the world for Weds, Struc
tures. Seminal WeakneSs,. Pain in the Loins, Con
stitutional Debility, Impotence, Weakness of tho'
Back mid Limbs, Affections of 'the Kidneys, Pa/ni - •
tation of the Heart, Dyspepsia, Nervous Irritabili
ty, Diseases of the Head, Throat, Nose or Skin;.
and all these serious and melancholy disorders ari
sing from the destructive habits of Youth, which
destroy both body and mind. These secretand soli
tary practices are more .fatal to. their tictints than
the song of the F. yrens to the mariner IHYssus,
blighting their tnost brillianthopes. oracticipations
rendering marriage; 4te., impossible. -
Young Men espociallY,who_havobeeome the vic
tims of Solitary Vice, that dreadful anddestructive
habit which annually .sweeps to an untimely grave
thousands of zonng men of the most exalted talent
and brilliant intellect, who might otherwise have
entranced listening - iSenates with the thunders of
eloquence, or waked to ecstasy the living lyre ; may
call With full confidence,
'ALARM - A.OEI -
Married persons, or young men contemplating
marriage, being aware of physical weakness, organ
ic debility, deformities( &e., should immediately
consult Dr. Johnston.
aining in• the
Meenulley W m
He who places himself under the oaronf Dr, John'-
ton may religiously confide in his honor as a gentld
marl, and confidently rely upon his skill de a physi
cian. ORHANIO WEAKNESS!
IMMEDIATELY CUBED AND FULL VIGOR RESTORED.
This disease is the penalty moat freqUently paid by
those who have-become the victims ofimpreper
dulgences. Young persons are too apt to commit •
excesses from not beingaware - of the dreadful consdL
q exams that may ensue. Now, who that understandi
the subject will pretend to deny that the power of
Procreation is lost sooner by those falling into inipro
perhabit than by theprudent. Besides being depriv
ed of the pleasure of healthy offspring, and the most
serious and destructive sympathy to mind and body
arise. The system becomes deranged, the physical
and mental powers weakened, nervous debilitsolYs
pepsia, palpitation of the heart, indigestion, a wag , '
tug of the frame, cough, symptorasitf consumption.
• Office Xo. 7, South Frederick Streit;
seven doors &tint Baltimore street, Eastside, up the
steps. Be particular in observing the name and
number, or ycu will mistake the place.
-ts-h -A CURE -WARRANTED IN TWO •DA.YS.
No Mercury or Nauseous Drucis..:
• S IS o
Member of the oy t it College of Surgeons,=Lonclon
graduate from one-of the most emment,Colleges of
the - United States. and the greater part of whose
life has been spent in the hospipals of London, P.tris
Philadelphia and eLsewhbre, has effected - some of
the most astonishing cures that were ever known.
Many troubled with ringing in the head and. ears
when asleep, great nervousness, being alarmed at
sudden sounds, . and bashfulness, with frequent
blus , dug, attended sometimes with derangement of
laird were cured immediately.
• .. A CERTAIN DISEASE t
When the - misguided and, imprudent votary of
pleasure find he has imbibed the seed of this pain
ful diseases, it too often happens that an ill-timed
sense of shame. or dread of - discovery, deters him
- from applying, to those who from education and re
spectability can alone befriend- hini, - delaying tijl
the constitutional symptoms of this horrid disease
make their appearance, such as ulcerated sore
throat, diseased nose, nocturnal pains in the head
and limbs, dimness of sight, deafness, nobs on the
shin, bones and arms, blotches on the head, face
and extremities, progressing with frightful rapidi
ty, till at last the palate of the mouth or the bones
of the nose fall in and the victim of this awful di
sease becothes a horrid object of com.misseration,
till death puts a period; to his dreadful Sufferings,
by sending him to "'that bourne from whence no
traveller returns." - To such, therefore. Dr. Johns
ton pledges himself to preserve the most inviolable
secrecy; and from his extensive practice in the first
hospitals of Europe and America,he can tontident
iy recommend a safe and, speedy cure to the unfor
tunate victim of this horriddisea.se.
Frets Miss Eliza
Pultse II C 2 .
Small 13 (
Smith Miss A B.
S elton Carolina
Smith Miss M E
;Smith Miss Eliza
Strong Jelin G
;Shively Miss E.
!Shively John 1
I Th - omas Mrs 0'
'Tayler Herm% -
Wise Ali-s Ada.
;Warred Wm W
'Zacharias S M
_;tters will please
DEAL, P. , M
It is a melancholy fact that thousands fall victims
to this horrid disease owing to the unshilltbkess of
ignorant pretenders who by too d iiithatllll.ldful
poison, Mercury, ruin thesonstiMn. and either
rend the unfortunate to an untimely grave, or make
the residue of life miserable,
'Lamm of xll kinfir
Dr. J. addresses those who have injured them
selves by private and improper indulgences,
- These arc seine of the sad and melancholy effects
Produced by early habits of youth, viz :—Weakness
of thellack and Limbs. Paine in the Head, Dimness.
of Sight, Loss of liluseular Power. Palpitation of
the 'Heart.' Ilyaliewia," Nervous Irritability, Dem
alinement of the Digestive Functions; General De
bility, Symptouis of Consumption, lee.
liely:srim.y. the fearful effects on 'the mind are
much to be dreaded: loss,of :demon; confusion of
m e m, Depression of Spirits, Evil Forebodings,
Aversion to Society, Self-Distrust, Love of Soli
tude, Timidity:aro., aro some of the evil effect,.
ThOusands of persons of all ages can now judge
NV luttis•the cause of their declining health, Tossing
their vigor.: becoming weak., pale,,have singular ap
pearance about the eyes, cough. and symptoms of
DR. JOHNSTON'S INVIGORATING REMEDY
FOR ORGANIC WEAKNESS.
this great and, important remedy, Weakness,
of the Organs itt speedily eured,eind full vigor res
Theutiands of the , most nervous and , debilitated,
who had lost all hope, have been immediately re
lieved, 'All impediments to Marriage, Physical or
Mental Disqualification, Norvoud Irritability,
T nee hling, 1l eakuess or Exhaustion of the most
fearful kind, speedily cured by Dr. Johnston,
who have injured themselves by a certain practice.
indulged when alone—a habit frequently learned
from evil companions, or at school. the „diet - Ls are
nightly felt,' even when asleep, and if not cured
render, marriage impossible, anddestreys both mind
and body, should apply immediately. -
What a pity that a young man, the hope of his
Ountry, the darling of his parents, should be snatch
ed from all prospects and enjoyments of life, by the
consequence of deviating from the path of nature,
mid indulging in a certain secret habit.. Such per
sons, before contemplating
L • • _ MARRIAGE •
should reflect thata..__und mind and body are the
most necessary , requisites to promote connubial
happiness. Indeed, without these, the journey
through life becomes a weary pilgrimage, thepros
peat h,eurly slarktm to the- view the Mind bobornes
shadowed with despair, and filled with the melan
choly reflection; that the happiness of another be
corn es•blighted with our own.
OFFICE No. 7 SOUTH FREDERICK STREET;
JAMES B. - GILLAN
:61 ) 11P 7 (4 STYLES!
SPR hT ; STYLES!
'• • - TO STRANGERS. 2 '
The piing thousands cured at thit lastitetiOn, in
the last fifteen Ants ; and the numerous important
surgical Operations performed by Dr. J., witnessed'
by the reporters of the papers, and many otbor.per=
sons, notices of which have apteared, again; and
again before the,public, is a sufficient tuarantee to
N. , B. There are so many ignorant bad worthless
!maths advertising theiiisol , Pes as Physicians, ruin-,
wig the health of the already' lifilietediDr. Jo:ihns
ton dooms it nceessary.to say to these unacquainted
with his reputation, that his Eliploinas bang ia,his'
:office. ' • - -
Noises- Air letters must lee post paid,'
and contain a- postage stamp for the reply, or nc
answer will hellcat. [mar 16-Iy.
TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE!
T :IST 0,11 itETA.ILtItS.-2-Notiva IS
_Li hereby given to, all Wholesale and Retail
Dealers engaged iia selling Goods. Merchandise.
Commodities or Effects of whatever kind or nottire.
eitherof the product and manufacture of the. United
States or of any Foreign State: and to all Millers,
Distillers, ke., residing withinthe County ofFrank
lin and State of Pennsylvania, that they are class:,-
lied and assessed by the undersigned Appraiser of
Mercantile Taxes i in said county, for the year /864.
as follows : 1
CHAMBERSI3URG. ass. License.
Ileyser & Oresslor, Drugs ...... ........... .1S .$lO CU I
Shafer & Stuart, Grocery,....- ..., 14 7 00
I , ' I' Hockenberyr t Shoes. ......... ....... 14 7 00
Wm G Mitchell, Shoes.-- 14 7 10
George Lehner. Shoes . ..,' 14 7 to
I.A Heineman, Jewelry... 14 7 00
H B Davison, Hats and Caps...-. . 14 7 GO
Isaac Hutton, Shoes 14 7 00
John fl Ditman, Grocery .. 14 *,_ 00
, Joseph Deckeimaer. Confectiona 14 ri . 00
J A Jacobs, Tobacconist.. .. . . .... ... . 14 I 00
J W Ditman, Grocery 14 7 Ou
14 1 00 1
1 Conrad Wagner, Grocery • .... -. . ... .. . ... 14 2
John Neil, Grocery 90
I George Daman, Grocery 14 7 00 1
Lewis Wampler, Plater 14 7 00
S 2.3 Perry, Grocery _... 14 '7 00
John Sheets, Clothing 14 7 00
John S Ludwig. Stoves ...... -...., 14 7 00
1 11 H Huts •Store 13 10 00 .
I M Russ Jewelry- 14 7 00
I Huber Toloert. Hardware.- 10 21) 00
Huber & Co„ Edge Tools 14 7 00
Lambert & Huber, Paper Mi 11........... 12 22 50
, W H Cunningham. Flour 14 7 JO.,
1 C A Trone, Grocery 14 7100
•Moses Greenawalt, Grocery - 14 700
George W Rouse Grocery 14 7 po
John Bert, Grocery 14 7 00
I Isaac Stine, Grocery. 14 • 700
Christian Smith, Grocery 14 r 700
William Wallace & Co.. Store S 3,1 60
J D Jacobs, Tobacconist- .: 13 10 00
I Wm Bender, Confectionary.-- ...... ... 14 700
L A Shoemaker. Confectionary 14 7 10
F GDitnann &13ro.„Jesvelry... 14 700
.),I'Cibitoek *Son, Hats 14 7 00
Jacob Hutton, Shoes.... .... ... ...,....... 14 700
James L Black, Store ~... 13 10 00
E Anghinbaugh, Jewelry.... ....... ..... 14 700
D 23 Fahnestock, Grocery
14 7 00
Jacob Spangler, Drugs. 14 7 110
Jacob B Miller, Stoves '' ' 13 10 120
George Smith, Shoes.. . . ...... .......'......: 14 - 7 00
Frank Elliott. Clothing 2.... ...... ... . .... 14 700;
Huber* Lehmaster, GrocerY 13 101)0
L B Enter, Lamps and Hardware-. 14 7 00
Peter Feltman, Shoes - 14 700
S Lochbeint Clothing. 1.. ... .........,...r. 'l4' 1 700
J S Nixon, brags , 13 1010
J L Deehert, Hats 14 7 110
Esster &Brother,,Store* - 5 '6O 00
Brand & }lack,•Hardware...-. ........ 10 20 Po
A .1 White,Clothiag ,- 13 10 00
John Jeffries, Confectionary 14 7 00 i
Etter, Hamilton ' & Co., Stoves 14 7, pa
Samuel S ShrYoak. BOoks r - 12 12 .10
Charles H Bub, Tobacconist. 14 7 01
W W Paxton, Hats artelShoes,..., ... ._ 1 4 700
J Hoke k Co., Stare ~:...... • 9 ' - - 25 to
J A SCramer,Tobaceo • . ‘... ............ ... 14 700
.1 Franklin Snider, Stoves.. - 14 7 00
L Ebert & Son, Coal and Lumber.-- 13 10 00
Wunderlich* Nead, Warehouse 14 7".00
J S Grier, Warehouse 14 7'oo ,
Peitz & M'Dowcll. Warehouse. .. ... :.... 1 14 7 00
Win ReichterSrocerY 11 2 ,00
Oaks & Linn, Warehouse 14 700
1 Cyrus Sprecher,,GrecerY.- 14- 7 00'
G Falkenstein, Shoes 14 7 1 00
Alex Martin, 8rewery........., 25 10
G. W Smith, Groeery 14 7 00
John Schofield. Gr00ery",......1....'„ . ... . . la. 14 2CO
liC BoYd, Grocmy. ... .... -- .. ......,-,.. 14 , 111
, A .1 - Miller, Dimple ' 14. • 100
I Christian Burkhart, Confectionary... .14, 7 00
J & Geo Watson, Books 14 700
William Gelivieks, Grocery 14 70p
Conrad Miller. Shoes.. ~. :.14• 7OD
1 Marks Felheimet, Clothing 14 700 , — .
.J M Wolfkill, Flbre...t 'l4 1 Pii 2 , IeCLELLAN'afRE,PORT.--
Marion Elliott,GrocorY 14 700 v
Nicholas am Gr°cerT• 73 7 11 ° 'Oho Copyright Edition. Priliiiihad Miller the Dirac-
T J Iffright, Book -- . , 14 _ ?lie:e. on of General McClellan. The Artly Editiou
George BrannerXrobacco two bail= '.l* . ` - 7 / i l ,,'' ' . that is Authentic and Corietat. All the other
J T Hoskirwon , Clothing.... ~, 7 o'."' Ed, ditions published•will beoordokof the
John Goetraah, Groce.ry. • ' 14 Government Edition"; and will lime
David B Little,.Confectionary. ..... .... 14 7 0 0
George Snider, Grocery 14 700 ^', , unite Errors. , i
•r , }
e Ludwig, Brewery' ' ... / 2510 / .--
)1) BY SpecialArrangercient with General McClain,
Wm I` Matthews, Billiards—.-....... -
Ales Fahnestoek, Grocery 14 7,00 . 1 SRBLECON & COMP ANYi
-13 Wood, .Thombiry„....... ... .. .. ......4.... d ia, 10 00 pp ELl „m s,
ANXRESI TOWNSHIP. L 1C0,335 BROADWAY. NEW YORK..
F B Snively,Store....... 1 i 13 10 In WOULD - Announce THAT THEY WILL 1 70131,108
Eli Fuss, ConiettionarY 14 703 • ,
G W Zeigler & Co., Store 10 20
C H Kunkel Jr Bto Shoes....- es * -14 7Ol MAJOR.-GEN. IIeCLELLAN'S IMPORT
~ o ....-
IJ 11 Hostetter " Drugs 1. , 7;1.00 or uts co s' - wins ro s
I.A W Welsh Hasdware - --,. ... ... ....' 10 00 . AR3IYOF T II E P OT,*3l*, AC,
j Go A df Thi reno d e l tz °thla ,Sto l4. v . es -" .. "------ " --' 14 14
'Lira F. Peon rrs snattarnm 1 , 1-
1 John Goetz, Store 14 . 7 . 00 To which will ho added umostintorostmg
W S Riley Store.. 14 `7:00 , INTRODUCTORY CHAPTER,
- 13 .- '10430 i Prepared by GENERAL MeCI,ELLAN, on his
Irwin & RhodeN Ifanksrare
I l litnia. , s rat y le oau&C ; :n s if t r r tionary..,...„, lt . 7 1 00'
ipocr i CAMPAIGN IN WESTERN VIRGINIA,
Wm M. Carl, Drugs •14 7.00 And atoll accoimt of the conditiOn of the Army
II Appenzeller, Confectionary. 14 7043 and/the Military Ps:epode of tho Countil•at the
Adam Goetz, Grocery 14 ° -700 ' time Of ..his asstiming command of the Army of the
Benjamin Eby, Grocery 14 7 00 I . Plitorage3'trliloll does not appear in the Report an
Jacob Newcomer. Confectionary...-. 14 '=7 (1( t , eutto thiftlyierriment. .
.1 Hostetter & Co:: Grocery 14 - 700 i • `lrtaVol.llvo. - Illustrated with Maps. Pnee,42.91
1 Peter Smith, Shies II Prather, Stare- 13 10,01 ',. . ' • -
14 ' 7 0 For those who cannot afford the OCTAVO EDI-
t George Eby, Confectionary .. ... . ... ..... 14- 7 * [ CION. a 'CHEAP •..EDITION - will soon be ready,
, John Bnrk, Segr 'l4 7* / sotitiiininc all the Maps,and also
' Samuel Hostett r. Confectiomiry 14 20t ME INTRODHUORY CHAPTER ON THE
Ili R Fetterhoff, 800k5..... r - 14 ,01 'CAMPAIGN IN WESTERN VIRGINIA."-
, George ligenfritz, Factory„ 14 7ilX Ibis Editiva a ill he desliable for Clubs. Address.
1 Weitz & M'Dowell, Warehouse__ 14 7 06 SHELDON &
William Werorx, Jewelry 14 83,5 CO.,
Broadway, New York.
.3' W Barr, Stove 7106 I mar 16-Ita °s
14 700 , Publishers of Standard, Miscellaneous, Juvenile.
Philip Goetz, Grocery 14 700 . and School Books, at Wholesale and Retail.
Crowell & Davidson, Foundry _ 14 7' 00 Copies scot by mail,' postmlid, oa - receiptof the
1 A Irnbrto & C0.,1 Warehouse_ .- ~ •
14 • 00 • t o r i e ,
I A F Sehaf hirt,,,Warehonse 14 7 00
Joshua Yous,(TtocerY 14 7 00
John Hartle, Distiller . Zi 00•
1 Jones Henkel], Distillo • '4OO
i F T Spieler, Distiller `5OO
1 John A Orr, Confectionary 14 7_oo
Bernhcart Beek, Store 13
Theo. King & Bro.. Store 14 7 1 00
II & DCo.,Bear &Co Manufactory 14 id 00
I• Peter Keekler, Store' ' 14
1 Joseph Price. Store ' 13
Wm A Grove, Silversmith _ 14
1' S Zindorf, Variety Store 14
, F Fourthman, Drugs 14
i• Geo Stover, Store 12
I 1) B Russel, Tinner 14
I .I - It Welsh & Son, Hats and Shoes..... 14
(1 & J Bender, Clothing , 14
i Geo. Frick. Foundm & Machinist- - -10
11 Stonebouse Hardware . 13
, Josiah &sore's hens, 1./t0re........-.... n
J F Hurts, Drugs 14
I Amberson,Bencilict & Co., Store. • 10
1 J Beaver. Variety Store 1.1
I W H Bi othertmt, Hardware 13
T J Filbert, ClOthing .. ..... 14
W A Trule. Stoves .4.. 14
Joseph W Miller, Store 14
M M Stoner, Drugs 14
E W iVasha bough, Segar , 24
John Dow mai. Distiller
Hoover ,V . Shockey, Salt 14
Samuel Frantz; Salt , •
Walker & Elden, Flour 14.
Peter Rouser, Store ... - ...... . .... 11
Volker llngh, Furnace 12
'biker Hughes, Store 1 14
Holker Hughes, Forge.. * IL
liolker Hughes, Rolling Mill * 14
Peter Mehlfelll Confectionary., 14
F. S Smbll, Store 14
George Knepper, Store' - 14
LI Shiery & Co.. Grocery. -.-...•... - 14
Henry Good, Istiller
Joseph Rock, Grocery
Dr 11 Rosonburg Druggist
Looltabaugh X. S ecrist, Store.-
Collitlower & 011er, Store
John At Cook, Store
Robert Johnston Distillery
Henry Besore, Distillery
Lewis Elliot, Store..
Josiah Dice,Store 11
Jacob Harehelrode, Distillery
J P Wallace. Store 14
H Embich* Son., Factory 14
S Shively, Drugs —. 14
Michael Good, iaotory 14
J W HointzelMan, Grocery 14
Mary Ann Adair, Confectionary 14
Jacob B Cook, Store...-. 12
StE White, Factory' -,...... 14
Robert Black, Store 14
J A Eyste ,r Paper Mill 8
Enter & Heyser,•Paper Mill- 10
CllllPlinigtil, Store 14
John M'l.Cmghti Store. 14
Stouffer. & Stnekler.Paper Mill 12
Thomas Bowles,Store" t 14'
Christian Prantz,Salt•-•• , ..... 14'
John Rummell. Salt. u
B Winger a Co" .Store.. ......... ."....." - 14
J N - Brewer, Store - ' .13
John Shirts Hardware 13
il`Mßeynolds, Drum " 14
Matthew Smith:Shoes and Hats. ' -= 14
T C Grove. 14
s it M Shaffer. el9thing -- .14
'W.D . Mliinstry,,Store • • ' -4 " 13
GeorgeilltupledyStoNies - • 0 14
John Hook, Confectionary 14
D 3t B Shannon, Variety Store 13
- 14' 7- OD
Wort Eckman, Confectionary- ' 14 , 700
Leonard Leidy, Foundry-4:- .......... 'l4 . 7OD
A L - 14 - 700
Conrad Fres.tiolkSegars 14 _7 00
• FIXERS TOWNSHIP.
John Thompson. ........ 14 7 00
Beaver& Cos, Forga..... 4 . 7 co
Ferdinand Senseny, Stovel4 . .4 700
Thorom .01'Elnira. Grocery " 14: 700
John Treher. Segura tnd Tobaceo.. - .... 14 '7 00
John-Holler, Salt and syrup. ;, 00
James D Scott. Store... 13 • 10 00
Cook & Boyd, Store .... ;
Dtion & Elder. Store ; ;
13 10 00
D A Fohl, Store..., 14 ' 700
Daniel Barnhart. Confectionary - 14 i •7 00
Simon Furls - . Co, ' 14. -:•7 00
"Wm Polsgrove,t•onmettonary • • . 7 0 0
H A Hicks. DistillOry - 25 00
• . - .W,ARRBI , I TOWNSHIP. -
John Zitritherloan, Store.. 14 7 00
Wm ltraeary;Store 14) 7 00
HAIkiIT.TO TOWNSHIP.; :
Abiallum Einfer.Distiller• 1 25 00
Rena Lenherr. Store 14 . 700
Jl3 & W Orr. Store , 13 ; 1000
Kerper, Grocery., 14 7 00
Jacob - 14 .. 7 00
Brough & Barehelrode, ; 25 00
Reuben Weidler, Store 14 700
. LETTERICENNY TOWNSHIP. , •
James S Slyder, Store... - . ...... ~... .14 j , 700
:Wm GlVelellart, Store ' -14 - .700
Jamm P. Spear, Store • 14 , 700
Gee Westhafer, Store ' - 14 .. ... 700
. . ,
-_, • '' 'LURGAN TOWNSHIP.. ,
-11,11, Skinner & Soft, 5t0re....,.;.......... 14. " 700
Thomas romeroy,Sr.,Store.. 14 " - ' 7 00
11 W Bailsman,. Confectionary --. .. .- 14 - 700
1 -• ‘ .- t --,- P-ANIPTT TOWNSHIP.' ;', ,--
L'iOhn'Creiner, Stere..,..-......,... .......... 14 ' ,' 70G
.W R Pomeroy,, , StOre... t " ' ' 14 - .700
i•S Bllockenberry, Store 14 -- ' :700 -
Nimtms & - ,llierly, confectionary 14 700
Wm Johnston, Store. , -
.. 14 , 7 00
-JardeiPergnson, 5t0re,..,.....-- 'l4 . 7 0 0
'A Mackey &Son, Store- 14- 700
:jades M Rankin, Grocery . ' ' 14 ` , 700
Isaac Clugaton,Store i .14. ', - 700
;WA Ittnekey,"Store... ' - 14 ,7 00
John'W, Everett &13ro“ Store 14 „ : 700
- -.• : --' ' - - -ItIITAL TOWNSHIP. .
J 8 Skinner, Store- 14 7 00'
W S 11'Aiten, Store ; . 14 7 , 00
Jll Welker,_ - ShoM " • 14 ; • ; 7 , 00
7 , 4fOurdY--&-Monrry; Store 14 ;'7 00
Sanntel-Weiker, urge - 14 - 7, 0 9
- git33lllol:Wfaitleri 4,0 e •ii "71315
-AST A T. held on Friday, the 8111 day
- Anrg, 186• Lat. the COMlUssioxrns' OFF/ON, in the
Borough ofCfiambersburg, when..and where all per
ions interested who are not satisfied with the above
elamitleation may attend if they 'see proper. No
aPlleaht Pan be had afterthdiftb do_t.Of April. Given
under my baud, thisloth day_of March, Mt
BERRY TREES.—A .
kJ- of about Fait) , best varieties. trees of large size
and vigorous - . - ,
ets 50 eis,ls ets audit $3, ts'. Ziperdoz„
$lB $2 . 5. $3.5 per 100. J. MSII,
Wax 14-tfr KeYstone.Nursorsy,ilarrialfg. Pa:
itifiLLINARY AND STRAW ODDS — ,
..INJLillAyetrfariety. _of the latest imPortatione,
and of ;the rtessiost and most fashionable styles.
MR.:STRAW DEPARTMENT will I con.tprise
erdtvya,riety" =Bonnets, Hats and. Triinminp to
befound in that lite; of the latest-and ;most ap
proteed ihapes-and stylo.- Solicitin g
_an leans , call,
kremain Youre;Respeetfnll7 - H. WARD,
Nn N. 103, loki 4 107:North . SECOND Street.
;mar 164 Q • , - Philadelphia.
101 t EGISTER'S NOTICE.- - --All 'persons
1 at inferesterliviliplease take notice that the foi
-1 lowing accountanti have settled their 'twebnnts in
116.-Register's pifthe of-Franklin' County,'-iMd-that
the IMMO will be presented to the Orphans' Court
far confirmation. on 'Wednesday, the. 13th day of
April, 1864, at the Court Howie in Chardbersbusg :
53. Account of Joseph Snivoly, Jr. ; Executor, of.
john Rowe, Sr., late of Greencastle, doe'd.
51. Sword Account of Jacob CridOr,iGuardian of
William and Margaret Miller, minor Children of
'Joseph Miller; deceased. , - .
55. First and . final - Account of A. rt - Etter' Ad--
rainistrator of Wm. - B.'yner.rdeceas ed .: .-
- 56. Second Account of C. M. Stoner mid David Id.'
Stoner, Executors of Hoary', Stones, lato of Peters
township, decd. "'• ' - -
r;; 57; , FulitlAncouni Of Mono` it. Skinner, Guar
dian of ' Henrietta'. Bottler, minor Child of•llenrY
Dobler, late of Dorgan township deo'd. '
- . 58. Acenunt of Abraham Hessler; Trustee of Mrs.
Martha House '
s' daughter of Christian Burkholder.
late of Guilford township, dco'd. :. , •
' 39. First and final Acconnt of Mary Grove, 'Ad
rainistratrix' Of Wm. Grove, deceased;
: 60. Account' of Jlieob N. Flinder, Administrator,
d. b. n. e.t, a. , of Henri Flinder, late of Chambers
burg, deed." •
, tr6l. First - Ana' MILLI AccountifJohn Crawford, Ad
minisator, of" Nancy Craw ord..late of Guilford
q 62. FirstAcconnt of H. RHornisli and Simnel
Hornish,.Elecntors of Jo Hornish. late of An-'
trim township; deceased. .• - ' i,'
63. Final Account of Wirt Boyer and Frederick
Byers. acting Executors of Frederick Boyer, late of
, Guilford twp. deceased. . -.- - , 1.. ~ '.
' 61. First andfalai . Account of Henry, liege and
Christian Luber, Executors of Jacob, Rego, late of
Guilford town., deceased; ••
65. First and final account of A. H. Etter,_Gaar-
OM of Emma Enter, minor Child of 'Jacob liner,
deceased. . , i
66. First Account of David Kelley and- Hears
Brubaker, Executors of Henry. Brabaker,lato of
Peters township, deceased. • -
67. First Account of J, G. MoClurn hind 'H. Mc-
Clure, Administratorti of Andrew *Clore, late of
. Fannett township. deceased. 1
' 68. Account of Jacob'Pensinger. Administrator of
Simon W. B,apleylate of Greendastle; decd.
Mt Account of Joseph A; Kreps. acting .Execu
tor of Wm. MoCurtei, Into of Mercersburg, deo'd.
70. First: Aecotsiat of Magdalena•Peiffci. Execu
trix, P. Henry Feiner - and. B.'Kiined.Y. '',F.iteu
torai-of PhilitiTeiffer, late of Chainbersbarg.dee'd.
71. First and final Account of Barrel McElhare,
Administrator of Isabella Poe, late 'cif Letterkenny
township, deceased. - - ~ • -..!
72. First and final Account of Abrabain&enediet, .
Administrator of John Maori, late of Antrim twp.,
73. Firstand final Account of Sainuel Roadie%
Administrator of Elisabeth Brubaker, late qf.tiont
rgomeoloalnghipileeessed: - -
74. First:and finattuiCou.nt of. R. P. McPharland. ,
Administrator of John MePharlandi deceased.
75.. First and final account of R. P. MePharland,
Administraternf Robert C. MePharland deed.
mar 16 -.., MIRY STRICKLER, Register.
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- /GRAND RE-OPENING •
On,Saturdas Evening, 'March.)sth,- 1864.0 f
CONTINENTAL -VARIETY. 111,OVE.
The Mantwera take pleasure to ianounce_ to the
- people Of Chartiberstiorg; that theiehave lewd the
above named Hall-for 'a abort seastin. !vrith,n; STAR
COMPANY OF ARTlSTS:Typeperformando
bnuoin nowevaiiety of SegiVe. Dances; Burteemwe.
Plantation - See*, rke. For_ Ptuttculars, see .pro- -
grammes. , , '
•fAtittnistott 25 Cents. Deers open at - 7 o Clock .per- .
; btu:lance to commence at 8. „ •
Atir Front Scats reserved for 3,411e5.
mar94.t" WM. PENTZ:liusiness Agent.