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139,551 P WITH. - Oelt FitIENDS.Last week
we brought a serious charge against our sol
diers, and now it, becothes our painful duty, - at
the suggestion of an officer . of character and
Consideratieu,' to chroilicle a still *worse offence
—namely the frequent thieving committed dai
ly and nightly- by_ our soldiers'. We wish '
bad a word by which we could distinguish a
-soldier front 41, scoundrel in soldier's clothes.
'History and association make, soldiering honor
able, and in theory we look open a soldier as a
gehtleroan, and in this country; at an officer of
justice—a guardian of the public peace and of
private property. Just as in the church we find
wolVes in sheep's clothing, so nit the army.there
aro rogue's in (Mr country's uniform'. Should
not every honest - soldier feel it duty and in
terest to expose, these miscreants who bring
ditierace upon their honorable body? have
had at least one case Of audabions highway rob
bolry, that too of a poor negro; and some thefts
as'pott?as of a pair of shoe brushes. The man,
citizen or soldier, who would steal, is a cow
ard, and our army Would lose nothing in effi
ciency by tlnvinninary ejectment of such from
its ranks, and would gain much in morale. We
honorthe soldier, and regret ;the necessity of
mentioning what willEnecessarilf bring a blush
to many an honest fellow's cheek. We have
said all we intend to say about the rowdying
through the streets, and shall be careful not to
- be out of nights more than ye elm possibly
•help; and in' the mornings we Vilf be -particu
lar where we step, for upon thd sidewalks every
here and there is—is—well, what the Scrip
ture says "the dog returns to;'l4‘:43less UN, We
are 'on the old track Well, We'll say but aim
m'ord more 'on this subject, and that is—we wish
the liquor shops were all shut up, closed, barr
ed, nonestinveniused—so mote it be; and then
we couldn't gossip about the despoliation of =ne
gro cabins at midnight, and—so forth..
What a glorious boast the Richmond paper
has' over the death of Col. I)ahlgren; "buried
—no one knows, or is to know' where."
"Ungen'rous foe, look Northward and behold
A grave the envy of the brave and 4.
Our gallant Dahlgren well has played his part,
And nobly fills his tomb-a Notion's heart."
• A soldier, slightly ;inebriated, the other day
sventiato a news depot to buy'a paper, tinasee
ing the Age lying upon the counter inquired the
cost; taking two (all that there ;were) at,tle
-price, he walked coolly back io the i stove, and
chucked them in, saying , "I'll buy all you have
every night, us lung as my money lasts." Cool!
Did you ever travel on the Camden and Am
boy Railroad ? We have, scores of time , and
cannot but think the acconunodations very dis
proportionate to the fare charged. What a tax
upon the citizens of the great East and the still
greater West and South-west, and Philadelphia
and New York, for the privilege of Passing over
ooTelsixty miles of the sovereign State of Jer
sey ! And to think too of there,,being but one
track. A few weeks since on our way from
Amboy to Camd(4l we delayed between
Biirdentewn and Burlington about two hours
brume nzoidmrtr-t-o- - -trithw , *-11rd , raittc-rifrarr.
We:ran up and down during all that time; our
locomotive whistling incessantly, for no other
oonceivtible; purpose than to keep ite courage
up; and finally we ran back to Trenton, then
t'grossed and ran down to Kensington,full two
lioursowhind time, momentarily ?eipeeting an
other train to run into us from behind, After
the war be settled, we ropiest that our•arrny,
'before itis disbanded, shall be'employed in lay
ing another track for the Caniden and Amboy
It. R, Co. Till then we will nsk our precious
lives, while they make enormous fortunes at the
.expense of their sacred Jersey honor. -
Wo are surely growing in reputation, if not
itfgrace, for we have received no less thin three
communications for publication this week, only
one of which we venture to prik.
Stay, maiden. stay
That look so cold, so dead. So sere.
. Say. maiden, rty
' • -Why art so sad, co wan, so drear?
Ali maiden say,
Would I had words—to love so dear—
. . .
••• • ,
To drive away r
, - That air so cold, so dead, so sore ;
To change alway - j
' '- • That air so sad, so wan, so drear, -
From grave to gay!
Come, let me kiss away that tear—
Tell menot nay—
The darkest horir prorci dawn is near;
The Lord made day . I
. To follow night. Felieve me dear,
• The sun's bright ray
Will soon ma purpose show full clear.
.We paid an evening visit last week to the,
Hagerstown Female Seminary, and enjoyed
some , exquisite music upon the
. piano. We
think Mrs. Halm the best lady- performer *we
ever heard, in public or . private, and..it would
pay'well for our- best players here to takeles
sons.from her. Oar word for, it, nc,.bne can
, hear Mrs. Hahn
-a piamo withbut being
impressed with her superioritY: 'Would that
we had such a Profess6r . of music in our town !
The Episcopal church appears at lust to
b . U - - a 'substantial fact. A building lot has
been purchased, the subscription_ book is rap.
idly filling up„ services are held every Sunday
in the Masonic Ilall;both morning and evening,
and the attendance is very entouraging to the
Mother (3 ruudy is sometimes .fight, for the old
,lady informed us that "it was a tin and a shams
that-the officers on Gen. Couch's staff, and oth
ers necessarily here on government duty, all
for our advantage, should hav i e so much trou
ble, particularly those who have their families
with them, to get boarding. Some of our pri
vate families might make some sacrifices for the
accommodation of those wholi ave made much
greater sacrifices for them. I will end in the
removal of headquarters from Chanibershurg."
'ir'e asked an Irish - soldiorr the other day
whether they had stoves in cathp. The fellow
with a hideous grin replied, "ivery soul of us
bas . a "tin plate.?
A SHARP DODGE. -Mr. Gel. W. Rase was
convicted in s our conrt some eighteen months
ago of burglary, committed in the warehouse of
Oaks & Austin in Greencaitle, and sentenced
tb the penitentiary. On Friday last Sheriff
Brandt received an anonymous' letter mailed nt
Washington, purporting to have been written
by a disabled soldier, whose wounds were about
to'prove fatal, stating that Base was innocent,
and that he vhiuld .. ..sive information respecting
the gu ilty parties ,o'„assured that he would have
no trouble about it. now a dying maw could
be troubled by.,• - .
courtil of justice, naturally exei..
tea suspicion, and Judge Kimmel and Captain
Eyster, to whom the letter was addressed in
aide, examined into the affaii,'• and After coal- !
paring the hand-writing of the letter with sew-
oral of Ruse's letters in their possession, they 'i
found that the anonymens letter had'undoubt-
edly been written by Rase hinaself.•• He had
managed to get it conveyed to Washington in
some way and have it mailed there. We sub
join the letter : • • * '
To MR. GEO. EYETEE. ANI) JCbGE KIMMELL,:
.Geritlemen Sirs :---I. have" shard in the Battle of
Chatmellorsville, and ever since I have been disa
bled, and the wounds received at said fight are now
at last pronounced fatal, incurable; and .being pos
sessed of a secret, the same my - conscience tells me
'I ought to reveal ere I gO hence. and am no more.
Now the secret is simply,this t You will all recollect.
in August, 1861, the:e were a number of burglaries
.and arson committed—one at Carlslie. ou Mr. Hen
.derson ; Mr. Wm. B. Gabby, nenr Chambcrsburg.
and Mr. James G. Austin, at Greencastle. The
above offences have all laidto the charge of a per
son by the name of Mr. George W. Rase, and I now
come to confess to you gentlemen, that the said Mr.
George W. Base, who is now confinedin prison, for
the supposed commission of- the above acts.. is, I
solemnly pronounce, by no means guilty of them.
Yes, I tell you honestly. that he is altogether an in
nocent man of the affair; and the property. found
on 14r. Rase was merely intrusted to his bare for a
time; and to e best of my knowledge, he never
knew but wh. it was honestly obtained. The tak
ing fire of Mr. Austin's place was altogether acci
dental; and now gentlemen, if you give me assur
ance, by publishing in the Washington Saar that
you will give me no trouble, I will then furnish you
a more defined detail of the occurrence of that fire,
and the mantis who ivere concerned in the same.
, One of them was in the employment of Mr. Austin
at the time. I am Respectfully, J.-- .I—.
I'. S.—Mr. aheriff, whosoever you may be, you
wil please present this letter ro‘Mr: George Eyster,
and Judge Rimmell, so that they know what I said
here. • . .
,In the Geri' Hospital at Washington, I). C, 1564,
To the prbsent sheriff of Franklin county, Chum
bersburg, Pa. '''
THE LATE CAPT. WASHINGTON.—The 13th
U. S. Infantry, in which the late Capt. WushZ
ington of this county, was commissioned, has
been awarded a rare honor in the history of the
war. At the close of Gcn. Grant's Opers i .tions
in then Valley of the Mississippi, a board of offi
cers was ordered to receive and examhie all
claims and award all honors won duri►ig the
campaign ; and Alias unanimously awarded to
the Ist Battalion of the 13th Infantty—th bat
talion commanded ,by Capt. Washington—the
Allowing inscriptions on its standard:
TOWN ErrEptok.—New, houses are in
great demand. More than a dozen families from
abroad are vainly in search of dwellings. We
are glad to learn, - therefore, that the ground ha s
been broken for an addition of new houses along
Second street, - and • that_ Catharine street is
likely to be ' extended through Dr. Schneek's
- beautiful lots,; by whieh more than half a score
of as beautiful building lots will be thrown into
market as the borough can boast of. . The
owner has,, we understand; laid out,a plot and
has fixed a reasonable price' on each building
lot, with easy terms of payment. Now is the
time to select' a site. Those who come first
have the first choice. ,
Cot,. STinsrmuGll. l —The Baltimore ..4mcriran
and. several other journals have announced the
death of Col. F. S. Stumhaugh, late' Colonel of
the 77th Penna. Vols. We_ read the notice to
Col, Stumbaugh and he .positively , denies the
ghostly impeachment. He was confounded
'with Col. Stambaugh, an old politician of Lan
caster, whir died recently.
Chickasaw Bayou; -
First at Vicksburg;
In making this award, the IMard says; in its
report, it"finds the 13th IL S. infantry elititled
to the first honor at Vicksburg, -havifig in a
body planted and
,maintained its colorii on the
parapet with a loss 'of 43 3-10 per cent., in
cluding its gallant coinmanber,Washingeon,who
died at the parapet.- Its conduct and loss the
board, after a careful examination, believes
unequaled in the army
,and respectfully ; ask the
general commanding' The Department to allow'
it the inscription awarded." I :
The officers of the Ist - battalion have determ
ined to crest. a handsome monument On the spot
ivhere Capt. Washingtoifell, and Gen. Sherman
has named he hill Mount Washington in honor
of the braVe soldier who there sacrificed his life
in behalf of his country.
KILLED IN' ACTlON.—Sergeant James T.
M'Dowell, son of Mr. Wm.M'Dowell, formerly
of this county, was killed while skirmishing with
the rebels near Dalton; Ga., on the2sthult.
He was a native of this county,. and Moved to
Taiewell county, 111., with his father in 1857,
and there entered the service about 18 months
ago, in the 115th Illinois Regiment. He ‘vas
about 30 years of age. He was buried in
church-yard about four miles North ofiDalton.
Capt. O. Willet, formerly of Fulton county,
was killed near Fort Gibson on thenth ult.,
while gallantly leading his men against.the
rebels under Quantrille. - He moved to Kdrisus
in 1856 and entered the 9th Kansas Cavalry in
1663, and has since served with great credit as
OUR CITIZEN' R 'WON' E R s.—LeAters have
been received from our citizen prisoners as late
as the 4th Inst. They - are all in geed heal th
Messrs. Culbertson and Hamilton , have been
returned to Hiehmond,,—for what purpose is not
known. One of our prisoners in a lide letter
"I was very glad to learn that enlistments were
going on so fast in the North. I hope that the peo
ple are fully aroused to a sense of duty rind detertn-
Mixt to crush out this. wicked rebellion at once. It
makes as feel as if something was going to be done,
and for the first time we lose sight of our own con
dition and feel like somebody again."
DR. S. G. LANE.—Dr. Lane has been ap
pointed Surgeon to the Board of Eneolment,
and has resigned his position as Surgeon of the
sth Reserves. Ho will be here in the course
of a week or ten "days. He has justly attained
the reputation'of being one of the most faithful
and skilful Surgeons in the army, and there is
eminent fitness in his appointment to the'new
position. He will be widely welcomed to his
PEnspii.il..—Lient: Col. Stetxell of the 11th
Pa. Car., was home on short furlough last neck
looking in excellent • health. He, returned to
his regiment on Saturday.
thi:'.-triiiikiiii'_ll . o.6l - killiliiiili '.2&_i1804
THE (SPRING ELEcTios.—We have not full
returns from the several 'districts. In; the
North Ward, Hamilton, Antrini;Greenvillage,
London, Peters and _Montgomery, the Union
men elected the JndgeF of Election. The De
mocrats carried the South Ward (by 4 votes,)
St. Thomas, Quincy, Lurgan, Washington,
Welsh Dun and Letterkermy. The rest of the
districts we have not heard from.
The present week is most solemnly observed
by several religious demonstrations and especi
ally by those of the Roman Catholic and Epis
copal faith. Friday next, called Goo(1 Friday
is held in commemoration of the cruCifixion - of
Christ and Sunday called Eastor Sunday as the
period of triumphal - resurection. With-Eastor
also ends the Lenten•season.
GRADUITED.—Amon the graduates of Bell
.vue Hospital Medical college, N. Y. a few weeks
since, were Daniel W. Bonebreak 'and John 4 A.
Royer, of Waynesboro'. Both, we learn, passed ,
an examination highly creditable. •
A. F. Sxml:Esq., formerly Superintendent
of the;_C:l 7 : Railroad, end now Superintendent
of the Hudson River Railroad, arrived in town
last week and is spending - a 'few days with his
CAPT. JouNsoN has been assignml as Chief
Quartermaster of the Department of the Susque
hanna in the place of Capt. Shipley, ordered to
report to Gen. flanks nt New Orleans:
PA3s7ORA3IA OF THE REBELLIO.*—Dorie
Panorama of the Rebellion is an,excellent his
thrical painting, and should be libetitly patro
nized by our citizens..
PARDON OF" I'ISREL.—The cF11.910 Herald
,strongly condemns the pardon of .Fishel by the
AN UNWELCOME STRANGER.—Mr.
commonly known us the Itch, has made its appear
ance in town and in various places throughout the
county. It may be a source of relief to persons so
afflieted to know that they can get a .rw•e cure for
this troublesome - disease, at Mllle;'s Drug Store
Let all so of send immediately to their Drug
Store and get a box of Terrel's -Itch Ointment.
Pried 2.5 cents. It is a speedy cure.
"A SLIGHT COLD," COUGH: 4 .—Ftv: areb.ware_
of the importance of cheeking a Cough or " SLIGHT
COLD" in its first stage; that which in the beginning
would yield to a mild remedy, if neglected, soon at
tacks the lungs. "Brown's Bronchial Troches" give
sure and almost immediate relief. Milihiry Officers
und Soldtdrorshauld,hcre them, as theyican be ear
ricd inlhe pocket, anti ta/m0 as occasion requires.
IP roe wish to impart vigor an 4 clearness
to the voice, relieve hoarseness &e., go at once to
A. S. Miller'S Drug Store and get a box of pann-
Bronchitt7 Trochee, the only effectual rem
edy in the market. .1 mar 2
COUNTRY people look to pour interests.—
If- you have anything to sell, call at tielivieks' where
yOu will always get the highest price, find find the
large.t stock of golds in town, at very Ilow figures
A FINE assortment of superior WAtches, Fine
Jewelry, Stiticl Silver Ware, &e., in store and for
saleby IL Harper, sa) Arch Street, PhiladelphM.
This is a reliable house. Read advertisement.
EARLY GARDEN SEEDS.—Heyiiei'& Cressler
have received a large lot of Garden Seeds, among
them many early' varieties, all of which are ,cold
old 'prices. •
AT the cheap wholesale and retail shire of
W. Ge'wicks' is the place to get the best Kerosene
Oil for the least money, wholesale or retail.
H RYSER & CRESSLER wish toriuse outtheir
present :stock of'Kerosene l'ampq. They have beau
:ifnl Lamps which they will sell law.
GELmclis, of the cheap wholesale and re
tail Grocery and variety store, sells goods whole
sale and retail as cheap asan y holm in Philadelphia.
CRAIG—CROSSAN.—On the 15th in in.Mer
eer-ah trg... by the Rev. Thomas Creiab, Mr. John A.
ofßuevrns, Ohio, to Miss Emma., daughter of
Mr. Thomas Cross:tn. dee'd, of the former place.
- ,,WHARTON—WOY.—On the 17th inet.. nt Mont
giimery's Hotel, by the Rex'. S. J. Nieeolls, Mr.
Henry G. 'Wharton. to Miss Barbara E. \Vey, both
of Wells if/W[loll Fulton coun ty.
FELEER—TAYLOR.--On the 221 met., nt the
residence of the bride's Parents. by, the Rev. 5;
M'Henry. Mr. Dnrid Felker, of Mt. Morris, 111., to
Lila. daughter of Ex-Sheriff Taylor. of this place,
A RMSTRONG—KEPLINGE 11.—On the 31st
by the Rev. Thomas Barnhart. Mr.AVtn. Armstrong.,
of Chambersbnrg, to Miss Elipbeth 41:Keplinger,
PARMER—BICKLEY.--On the 17th h t.,by the
Rev. J. Diekson, hii. Thoinae. P. Patwer to Miss
Sarah E. Riekles.,
GEA ARV—CLORIN.---On the Tith nit.. by the
Rev. Dr. B. S. Sehneek. Mr. Wm. Si Gearhart, of
Antrim town.hip. to Mi's Mary Ann Clorin, of
WESTON--4,AWRENCE.—On the :20th inst., by
the same. Mr. Wm. Weston to Misaßebeeca Law-
renee. both of this county.
REENE--HART.—On the 20th inst.. in Fayette
ville, by the Rev. William WElroy, lair. Feme
heron, of Scranton, Pa., to Miss Emma C. Hart, of
CAVFMAN.—On the 19th inet.. in th IF Place. Mp.
Anna B. Caufmanorile of A. D. Call fuitin. E.g., aged
CBRIGII.--nn the 14th ingt„ in Stan Francisco.
Mr. Thomas Criegh, son of Hon. John D. Criegh,
aged 31 years.
GILLAN.--On the 21st inst..-in thisinlnee. Walter
It.. son of James 13.-ml Martha L. Gillen, aged 4
years and 5 months.
LUTZ.—In the P.S. Hospital. at Nashv;ille, Tenn.;
of wound+ received nt the Battle of Chickamauga;
Mr. Jacob Lutz. of Corn. A. 77th Beg,. Penna. Vols.
[Resolutions of Friendshin Fire Cominexticeek.l
:BOYD.---On the 17th Inst..nt Upton. Thomas
James, son of Capt. Robert 3oyd, aged 7 months
and 15 days. ,
SHIRK.—On the 16th inst . , nrrstown, Sarah
ebeeen, infant dairghter of ,Tncob G. and It.v.:hel
M. Shirk. aged 1 month and 17 days.
BRADLEY.—On the Ilth inst„ Mercersburg.
Mrs. Jane Bradley, wife of Mr. Jno. Bradley dee'd,
aged 61 years.
- TAYLOR. On the sTa ult., near Bridgeport, Al
bert Gregg,. son of .Toseph arid Mary Taylor, aged 6
months and 17 days. •
• Dearest Albert. thou - has left us, t
"Left us in this world of woe,
The grim destroyer death's bereft us,
Snatched awayour fond, dear boy. .
• All our hopes itilbee are perished.
Brightest gem our household wore,
At thy sweet smile our sorrows vanished.
Grief found no room• when thou wert here.
Like some fragile bud ofmornina,
Plucked e'er seen in perfect bloom,
Thou, our dearest treasure; Albert, -
Haat been hurried to the tomb.
Yet again we hope to meet thee, ,
When the mprn of life is fled,
Then in Heaven with joy to greet thee,
Where no farewell tears are shed.
EVERETT.--On'the 9th inst„ in Chrunbersburg.
Jane E., wife of W. S. Everett, Esq., aged about 22
Amongthe many affecting providences that have
lately occurred in our community, this one is sadly
pro-eminent; A young wife a- mether,.is suddenly
removed from the eirele; and thus in one
dark moment all those joys of life which ar e ex
pressed in one sweet word, home, vanish like the
visions of a dream. No afflictions are so severe as
those whioh tear asunder the tender ties of the do
mestic relations: but especially is this the ease in
the household when the ono is removed whose pres
ence alone makes it a - Home to the husband, and
when the cries of tender infancy may no longer be
hushed by a Mather 's Voice.
Amid the dark &ast laYsterious aspects of this af
fliction, it is pleasant to remember, the personal
character of her who was thus taken, from earth to
heaven. ate child of pious parents, she Was cam-.
fully nurtured and instructed in the truths of the'
tlospeL The immediate fruit of this wasinanifested
in a marked conscientiousness of chiracter with re
gard to duty. To tits was joined a ouick,,prattical
judgment and a cheerful disposition. Strong in her
convictions. she .was also . characterized - by the
strength of her :attachments, and for this reason was
best appnTialcd by her most intimatefriends. 'But
this was not all. After-years bore more gracious
fruit from the.-Ted planted in childhood. Well does
her pastor remember the ripeness - of her feelings
and the clearness alter views with regard to gospel
truth, when she professed publicly her love for the
Savior. The hope she then, had she, maintained
w ith regular steadfastness through her brief ehris
tine life. It teas this same hope that sustained her
in the hoar of death. (lahnly; as if a',ning on a brief
and Pleasant journey, She made all herpreparations,
counseled her friends/ and distributed her parting
tokens of love. In this hour which all dread, she
met the sorest trial Of a mother's heart L—that of
leaving her babes, not to the care hf angels as many
others are called upon to , do, but to the imperfect
care of friends, and exposed to the thousand dan
gers of a life on earth. Yet such was the constancy
of her faith, that she was enabled tatesign all into
the hands of her Heavenly Father with out a num
titer. In Perfect and peaceful submission to His
will she fell asleep in ..1 - ems."' -Time
"God lifts us gently to His world of glory.
Even by the love we feel for things of clay,
Lest in our wayward hearts we should forget Mini,
And forfeit so the mamion of oar rest,
Ito lends our dear ones forth and bids us seek them
In a far distant home among the blest." N.
REPORT OF THE'MARKETS.
Chrembersburg .ffarkets. , 1
CITA MIIERS BURG, March 22; 1864 - . ' '
Plaur—Wlfite..- ...... $7 00 Butter... - :0
Flour—Red 650 Eggq - 18
Wheitte-White 150 lard ... :.. .-.. ....... ........_ 10
Wheat , -Red .-' 1 40 Tallow. '• • - . :,,,.9
Rye 12.5 . Bacon—Hams -..-- i 5
Corn - - 100 Bacon.-Sides - 11.
Oats ,- . 75 Soup Reins - • 200
Clover Seed' . 6 00 Washed Wool ... . .. ... 60
Timothy Seed 300 Unwashed Wool—. 40
Flax Seed 2 50 — Pared Peaches --. .... . -5100
- - _
Pntatoes--Itereer... 50 tirkpared -Peacher:. - . 3 - 00
Putatoes"—P,inkEyes 45 Dried Apples 2 04'
PHILADELPHIA, March 22, 136‘.7t
Flottr-dull 1501) bbls. extra; family sold at $6 -874
6:1.7 5q and some fancy at $B. -Small sales Rye Flour
at Ski. Corn Meal quiet. Wheat held :with more
firmness: sales of COW bus, prime red at $1 60. and
small lots of white at $1 7.501 05. Small sales of
Rye at $1 25. Corn advanced one cent, and 6.000-
bus. yellow Sold at $1 160 1 .:1 20. Oats bell, freely at
8.18e84 ets. Cotton dull at 74M1_ ,, . Clover Seed ranges
from $5 75(5-, 1, and Flax Seed at $1 30. .
11LANK assortment of
1) BLANK DEEDS just printed on fine Parch
ment Paiwr. and for sale at the REPOSITORY Mite.
IVANTEIY—By an Officer and:Wife—
!' plenzant F ISIIED ROOMS, with Boarj,
near centre of town. Wore may be left, with Mr.
.1. K. Shryock. at Book Store. my:4Zr
IMPLEMENTS =Dealers and Mau
ufactnrera of Agfidultural and other Indflements
can reach a large class of valuable eretomers h Aa
v,karrisrsG in the FRANKLIN REPOSITORY.
XCELSIOR A.511, - a handsome; orna-.
mental Shade Tree, of sure and rapid growth.
Trees from 8 - to 12 feet high. 40k60 cents each;
$3 50gii per doz.; 5241140 per 100., JACOB .mrsH,
marZ3) Keystone Nursery. Harrisburg.
HORSE CHESTNUT' IREES.-o,:di
narr sizes for planting, 50 cents each ; Smatter
Rize—from 5 to 7 feet-25 cents each.; $2 50-per doe;
$lB per 100. JACOB MI'H.
mar2.3l Reystcne Nurseats',,llarrfsburg.
32.4 and variety, not anbjat tb injury. by the licrer
For sale at keystone Nursery, IlarrisbuT.
Tree ,, 10 to 12 feet high ; 73 cents each !!..+7 per dos.
ratte23l ,1)1.C.I013 MfSIT.
- VALUABLE TOWN PROPERTY FOR
V SALE.—The HOUSE and LOT on We=t Mar
ket street. Obamhersbum now occupied by non. F.
M. Kimmel], i%offnred at private :sale, -For price
and terms Apply to JOHN M. MTOWELL.
VoitAAY MAPLE - TREES. from 8 to
12 feet bigh and vigorous. A handsomei Tree,'
nmeb resembling the Sugar Maple, brit of more
certain and rapid growth.
Price 40'44) cents each M 046 nor dozen : s2o '
(ei 40 per 100. JACOB
mar 2,11 Keystone Nursery, Barriaburg.
fI COI7TY NURSERIES.—,-Ordora for
Trees. Plant. Vine'. kc- will be fowl red for the
n hove eFtlibliihnumt et the Grocery of ID. S. FAH,,
NESTOCK•A: SON. Mein street. onoosito EYSTRICS
Store. /lir Send in yourorders to'D. S. F/01111 , 410:
I Son. - - • ina r23-2t
DECRUI I' S WANTED.—Reernits
wanted for Totrnthip. for which a Lib
eral LOCAL BOUNTY, in cash. - will be paid ,as
soon as they are innqterett into the service.
A only at the White Swan Hotel.
.TOITN YOS'r. . WILLIAM M'CLURE n
.SAM'L GARY ER. AUGUSTUS ETTER.
To VOLIT , T FT, Rs. —Any eitizcins of
Guilford township. Franklin county, whether
veterans or new reerntis, and whether in ,sprvi , -e or
not, will receive a liberal LOCAL BOUNTY by
being credited to - their own township, on giving
none° wit 4 certificate of muster to the undersigned
in Chambersburg '
mar2-1-3t* , .z A. Ii.II'CLMII3, Treasurer.
TAT ANTED —Correspandence by a
Yount Man from Missis.sippi, who for , his Arm-.
ness to the Stars and Stripes, has been driien an*
from his,..onne beloved home, and now a tothjee , t n:
Alice. AVISIICS to elriTspond with some. nice Lads
between the age of IS and2l.' 'Object— LOVP. with
view to matrimony. All letters strietlyeonfidential
Address with Photozraph enclosed. - A. 8.,
m23-3t. 1 1 Co F, llth 0 _VT, Fort lialleek,lllaboT.
A I)II.I7AJISTRATOR'S- NOTICE.-Na
tie6 is licreby'given that Letters of Admini.st rn
lion (1 hmiiaton wen tealguncnfn , 1712MT0 on the Es•
thee of Francis Robison. late of Montgomery town
shin. deed, have been granted to the undersigned
residing in Antrim township.
All persons Itothring titsmsolves indebted to said
EA ate will Jdervere make nnmediate payment: and
those having olon e will•present them properly au
thenticated fur settlement _
mar 23 ' ' LEWIS P. SREGGS, Adm'r.
:fice is hereby given that Leiters of Adreiniqra
tion on the Estate of Leonard gellers, late of Gull=
fnrcl township : 'lcel.!, have been granted to the un
dz.ridign ed. reveling in said township. --
All persons knowing themcelves indebtedlo said
Estate will plesQo make immediate payment and
thew -having elaims.will present them properly au
thenticated for settlement.
A. T. WINOF,TIT, 1
JOHN DOW NEY. x" .1(13.1.8 •
nutr 9 3
H ES;RY ',HARPER, No. 520 Art&l
PIIMADELPIII4; PA. - .
' Mannfac_turer and Dealer in , -
• - 17VE JEWELRY,
SOLID SILVER WARE and
-ROGER'S SUPERIOR PLATED WARE.
Acir All kinds of Silver Ware Mode on the premi
mi. Watch Repairing carefully done: [ninr23-3m
t Chambersbarg ,
'Green ,G •
Green IV S -
Grtir George , F •
Hackett Thos R
Pest . offite
Anderson'br J L
Behm David ,
Corman_y Ellie J
Cooper David M 2
Coder Samuel C
Curtis Samuel F,
Craid M's Elheth
Crummel ti E
Ely Lient S S
EberSole Wm H
Fathin der Miss
Fisher Harry L
FoineY Sam' 13
Fisher Mrs Reba
Fltsol Miss Mary
FoustMrs E ¢
Pecan James 2
say that they hay
. . .
Jones Dig Reben
Jacobs Allen B
Loty Efe . oige ,
Moor Mrs Jane
Martin. Mrs Sub
Malov Mrs Kate
for the above Le
O been tulvertised
W.XtCUTOR'S NOTlCE;:—Notice is
hereby. even that Letters Testamentaryto the
:I!:state, of _Peter- Wester, late of Antrim, townshiP.
decd, have been - Kvanted to thaundersignetl, resitt
ing in sea tontriship.
All-persons knowing. themselves indebted to said
state trill please Make immediate payment ; and,
those having claims Will present them properly au
thentieated forsettventent. ,
N - SUIt'ANCE'COMPANY OF NO .T.H
MERICA. Inorporated 1794. - Char Per-
petual. - CAPITAL $500,006. Olfteo Z. 32 tnr tlnut
treet, Phildtt. -The prompt payment of Clai ,s for
Losses during• the period - of - nearly aeinnty years
that the Company. has been - in existence, e irides
them to the eonfalenceof the - public.' Person: rrish
ing to insure will please call on 'or tirldrws t e nn
dersigned. - .W, G. REED, - Agent;
Rneosrrour 4 l3uilding,s, Chambersburg, Tu.
PERENC-4.1). Grier, J.`AllisonEyster. Esq.,
'Major J. C. 'Austin. .- .inar23.
• I ,tO)TICE: - ---:-Iri - thiimiitter of the - Petiiicm.
Llt 'of Henry S. Miller,'Administrator - or the Es
rate of EphraurkStabler, late of Quilford tckTuship;
deceased, whiehiVas presented to the 'tOrphatis'Court
,ort the 22d day of Februari,lStti,'P rayingsaitt Court
'fora retie* M' ttis ttedoinitof said estate; and to'have
the confirmation taken-off of said account, and also
the Anditer`kreporton the same.; The Court order
and decree that notice'bo given to all rties intar
estea, .belind•aPPear at the April Term of tithl
Conrt-And-show- cause, if 'any-they , havoovhy the
prayer of the petitioner should not bo answered.
• •inar2-3t, • 8, MITCHELL, Clerk, '
' ,.. -t_TEADQUARITERS.;;.PftOVO,ST, :MAR=
SIIAI4-161 , 11 Diautior l'Elowenwra.
- -lickebtchr;" Morth ,, n, AFTED zraf
isf*...this - DiStriet,'yho - have' never.,_yet reportetlAY
reason of b clogging to 'SU. gowni
:end who have lately beetiviastered. out Of , tho
vice, wlll feptisMlthwitliklelie4l.4.l44`
be deented.cleserters.f: - - -- „ .
ttktiis.l4 , & -W P S.XE s
tituto,ewha ap f n A y,e "aa
fyl Op loßar, i lat Y f ra3is;'
Rook; a t 2 4Alock fot
-11:EBELLIGN,Ihe only Piaronunikilliiiigllie,
last greatluttaO for the •Union„ Ntagliolntionial
th? ftrstAtrett)cln,gioot=ofotko7o3Vellloit,and -114%
beewukst:o4 prOgrese lown'l6 - tho - nresent flog:
ANTIETAX -;MURS,REEBIIOItO'; • •
*l - * 44 3t*
..r,l ; awl CILICKAII, fALTGA.
ZEZ-Sitiglo Admission, 25 eats; Front feats., 50'
(rents. -_ , • , m ar23
.ASSIGNEE'S -SALE.:--There will be.
sold. tr#P - the'undersigi?od , Agaignee t - bf Jacob
losse rt. - the, pretnises.m qu ne townaldp„ qt.
Tuesday. the 6th ofAprit,lB64.;the folio-Wing ileserv•
bed Real EstateAvizz- About 80 ACRES OF LAND,
adjoining Sol. Harbangb:Ales:Harailton anrfAlel.
K l3 ePPqr. 'sing -about 2 , miles from the town Of
• Quincy. ' About 60 Acres of.this land,"ux clear, in Ir.
stood-state of , oultivaticin, and under good fence.—
The balance is Noed-Land.
'fulfils or SA E—s2.oooto be on 12th of /Vigil,
1f36-1,, when the deed will be delivered and possession
given; balance in two equal annual payments,with
interest from Ist April; 186 f:
Sale to commence, at 10 o'clock. A;hf.. on said day,
' LEVI C. 'KEPNER.
ma - - ,Aac4mees of Jacob Corsert.:
A - MAN OF THOUSANT).—A Con:
stlmptive Cured:—Dß. IL :TAMES, a Retired
Physician of great eminence diffenvered, 'while in
the Indies, a certain cure for Consumption; Asthma,
Bronchitas, • Coughs, Col& and General Debility.
The rethedy'sras eiscovered by him when his only
child, a daughter, }vas gifen up to die. His child
was cured, and is now alive" and well, TiesironS of
benefiting his fellow mortals, he will send to those
who wish , itthe recipe, - rant:lining full directions for
making . . and successfully using, this remedy, free,
on receipt of their names, with two stamp? to pay
expenses. There is not a single case , of Consump
tion that it does not at once take hold of and
dissipate. Night sweats. peevishness. irritation
of the nerves, failure of memory; difficult expector,
Mien, sharp pains in 'the lungs, sore throat, chilly
sensations, nausea at stomach. inaction of the
bowels, wasting away. of the muscles.
The writer will please state the name of the
paper their seen this advertisementin. Address
CRADDOCK a co.,
max23-Iy9 215 North 2d St., Philadtdphin. Pa.
SALE.—Brvirtue of snu
dry writs of-rem/Wont! e:zponaß, issued out of
the Courts of - Common Pleas of Franklin counts',
Pa., and to me directed, there will be exposed to
Public Sale, at the Court House, in the Borough of
Charobersbum on Friday, thi Btl2. of Aprif;l364. at
I o'clock, P. M., the following described Rtal Es
tate, viz: -
All-that TRACT OF L km). situate in Washing
ton townsbip', , containing - 12 ACRFS, more or less,
adjoining lands Of A. Deardorff - on the North, Isaac
Shockey on the East, (1. Spangler on the West and
road on the South, with a- 1 , story Frame House
and shop thereon erected. @zed and taken in ex
ecution as the property' of Wm. Hall. -
Also—All that TRACT OF LAND, situate in Let
terkenny township, adjoining lands of Wm. Mc-
Clellan on the South and West, Feltys oh the East
and Wm. Forbes on the North, containing7i4 heret
of Land, more or less, with a 134 story log House
and Log Stable thereon erected. Seized' and taken
to execution as the property of,Janies and Elizabeth
Patterson, and trill be sold by Inc.'
mar 23 SAMUEL 13RANDT, Sheriff.
LIN R PERPETUAL.
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANI
9n January 1.1881 $2,457,849 4XI
UNSETTLED CLAIMS, I INCOME FOR 1864
LOSS P.1.1D SINCE 18 0, 1 • ,000,0R1
PERPETUAL AND . TEMPORAItY POLICIES
. ON LIBERAL TERMS. • •
• - - DIRECTORS:
:_lharles N. Bancker, -Isaac Lea,
robias Wagner, . Edviard C. Dale, '
;tunnel Geo. Pales,
mob It. Smith, Alfred Piller, •
George W. Richards. Pres. W. Lewis, M. D.
' CHARLES N. BANCKER, President.
EDWALD C. DALE. Vice President.
JAS. \V. M'Amisrmt,'See'y pro. tern.
• DAVID OAKS is the authorized Agent of , the
Company in Ohambersburg. who will furnish all in
formation-necessary to applicants. mara-tf
MOTICE.—The following named pt r=
sorts have ftle4, PETITIONS FOR LICENSE
in the Clerk's Office, to be presented . to the Court at
the next term, commencing -on Monday, the 11th
do l l of April to wit:
Daniel Trestle,', Tavern, Chanibersbtug, N.W.
Margaret Montgomery, do do , do
William, C McNulty, - do do do
John Fisher, . - do • do • do
A J Brand, do do do
Jacob 9 Brown, do-- do s-dtt
Jacob Sellers, - • do ' • do . do:
John Gordon,: r ' : . , do .. Hamiltori township.
Mrs T Elliott, - . . do • do do
John Hastier, . ' do - '• St Thomas. ..'
J It Tankersley . do - - do .
:Charles Gillan, - do -St Thomas township.-
John Mullen,. dp do - • do • -
John Trehcr, - • , db . Loudon.
James Mullen; ' , do - do ' ' .•
Thomas - McAfee, do • - Slercersburg. '' -`.
J II Murphy, do ' do - •
Jacob Elliott,. . do Welsh Run. '- .
Lewis H Hinkle , do Upton.
Foreman & Gilds, do Greencastle. '
Brant & Detrich, . 'do do .
John Adamt, do do .
L B Kurtz, . - , - do Waynesboro.
Francis Bowden, do do -
J C R Eckman, • do do
D II Funk, • .' do ..Washington toWneP.
David Miller, do ' Monterey Springs:
H M Jones, - do Quincy. -.
Andrew Shank, do Funkstown. ' '
John Kuhn, ' do ' do
John, Spidle, -- do • Green township,
Margt&t. Holland, do - do
John S srown, ' : do Fayetteville.
WilliaWitnpert, - - do do
B F SOSer - - ' do New Franklin.
Elizakvath Vilson. • do Marion. -
Martin Shoemaker, do " Greenville-go. •
John •Kyner,. do • Orrstown. . ,
Abraham Keefer. do Letterkenny towns'p.
David Gayer, ! do do : . do
Jacob Nusbaum, , do - do do
John R. IVeist. do • Strasburg. -
Jeremiah Zullinger, do do-
Aaron Gockley. • : do - Metal township.
Jets) M Jones. do Fannettsburg.
Benjamin Crouso,do Dry Run.
John Goshorn„ : ' -- do - Doylesburg. --
B F Culbertson. do -- • Amberson's Valley.
Miller lz- Croft, Wholesale Liquor Store; Churnb'gl
S F Greenawalt; - - do - - - 'do • do - do .
mar'l-3t W. G. MITCHELL, Clerk.
'airdig in- the
March 2:2, 1:36-4,
NOIVMdr) John I,
Pittman Beal '
- - -
'Russell John B
Sites 'Mrs Kate
Sol ab erger Peter
j Sheriff David
J Strong John G -
1 Sorbngh Fredk
Stouffer A S
Snyder Joseph II
Smith Chns R
I Stover Levi
°ratan Mrs S
I Tato Dr -
WolfF s MisMaggio
hers will please
lice is hereby giTen that Letters of Administra
tion on the Estate of ..Naney Finefrock, late- - of the
Boroegh of ehrimberiburg. dee'd, have been granted
to the undersigned, riding in said Borough.' •
All persons knowing thetnaelvt indebted to, said
Estate• will please make immediate payment; and
those having claims will present them properly an
thenticatef, for settlement.- 1 4 - • -
mar 23 HENRY FiIiEEROCK, Adis
QORGII.O , 'SYRUP .FOIL THE' WES
k...7 -TERN PART OF PRANNUN COUNTY.—
Extensive preparations will be inane at the WEST ,
FR-ANKLIN NURSERIES, near [Laudon: for the
manufacture of,Syrups the coming season. As, in !
„,11 businem operations, so in. making Syrup. we
havm found - observation and practical experience d
our best•iastructor. .13-aving_liden engaged in tlil !
business for several years.:(tholast to some extent)
Walfave learned , Many' important things immedi
,ately,:connected with the i manufactiire of• Syrup.
Among otherthirom,:me - havo found - .complete .ar- •
`rangements absolutely necessarY to ptoduce Syrup
in'quantity arid of. the bostanality. To effeet. this
we shalt 'employ 'a strong motive power, m i d im
proved machinery for crushing And preparing the
Cane effectually. A complete range of Juice, wank
and Evaporators, for clarifying and boiling, all of
which we intend to place under rod.- toenabletts to'
Operate Without hinderance in all kinds of weather.
,Liberiel - planting is expected in this community,
which Fe will supply seed. gratuitously; expect
ing, in tarn, the cane to manufacture. - , •
Baniples of, Syrup can be seen_ and obtained, and
any Information, by calling at tho :Nursery of
,cr B.—APply•for §od loon. and_plinit early._
'. ) ; tltltt"4-X- - - - RYDER.
OWNS ,OttGAICE POR A T 0-R,
:11"111110fitailitjd'Illelt.likiER, BATES Sr, DKr,
. guarantee that
frOrgittl. ZreVod , Canc, .a sufficient number of
Millons-ok-Sertip-ealf be 'produced to cover cost of
'AllnehirtdrfjOspable of-making , eighty, gallons a
dliy,vitich at fifty oceritsjoer gallon; will
pay,fereest. of Mill and Evaporator tn fourdaisl - or
whep , arilsw/inted for a brick arch, without otho -
"orarrt In less time. 1 o •
3 3 SYRUPS have.been - soldat viii average
f i nflextv cents n gallon, and Alone in inarket. - Ao
good cane will produce•from 2to 390 gallons
SORG() SEED.—We offer a Siperinedlir se
-tectie.bgiourselves, Sprout the Seed. 'an roll in
fplaster: "Plant in drills four feetaPart:fre Xerth
•- - ttraats: 4 Liglit 'soil and Southern" expoStu* pre
, carted ; although not absolutely'neeessary, as it will
on.soits.Where many crops - would be a failure. -
141. - o • _
~..,_Cook'S'Evaperrotarliaictalcero the list premium
ov.erAillethersat.TOrpollnited StaresTa3r-s and over
• Claikoltirgo l4iaclsine CoinpailyiC"ANE MILL
tunlahnVe-BRD for salety
- • , W. G REED, Agent.
Offiee-ftgroosiiiray Building, Chamb'g, Pa.
Thii,Sorco gond-Book sent free to any Per
„son asking.for marM
pUBLIt!" - S A L E .—The undersigned,
Administrators of Leonard Sellers, deed, will'
sell at Public Sale, on Wednesday, the 30th. day of
Aforeha9.64, on 'the Farm or Hon. Geo. Chambers,
rade West of Fayetteville, the followbutprbpertY«
viz : 7 head of , HORSESJ-2 of which are Mares with.
"foal;-1- three-year old Colt. 1 one-Tear old I3rumP
tou. Cold, 15 head of CATTLE, 6 of which are Mitch
CNvri, 3 Steers, 2 Heifers. 1 three pear old Durham.
gun and 3-small 'Heifers-- 7 -hetad of SHEEP. 2?, -
11.0G9,1 Farrit'Wagons tuna Bed. 1 one•horao Wa-'
gon, I Carriage and Harness , 1 BUCKEYE REAP
-ER, Grain - Drill Wire - Rake THItESIIING MA
CHINE and. Hbrse -Power, 'Fodder Cutter, 'Wind
Mill, 2 pair limy Ladders and Hay Fork, 2 three and
3 two-horse Plowea Harrows, 4 Double and 3 Single ,
Shovel Pltuis, 1 'Own - Coverer, l Roller, 1 Cutting
Box, Dung Reards and Hook, Corn-Sheller, Revol.
ving Rake, Wheelbarrow, Barn Wagon, 2 sets Hind
'nod 2 sets Front - Gears, Plow - Gears, Collars, Bridles.
Halters, Wagon and Riding Saddles, Single, Doubt , .
and Triple Trees,. Spreaders, 3 14folvigg Scythes, 3
Grain Cradles, a- lot of Bags-, 1 Log Chain. Cow'
Chains, Forks, Rakes, Hoes, 1 Axe, Maul and Wed-a
ges,.2 Mattocks, 3 Shovels, 2 Sinking Irons, a lot of;
Blacksmith TOOIR, a lot of Carpenter Tools, Work
Bench, Potatoes by, thobosbel, Bacon by the Panild
S , c. Also—a variety of 110USEll OLD a ITCH
EN FURNITURE, eons:sting of 4 Tables, 1 Bureau,
Bedsteads, Chair,,-.-let of Carpet. 33 Clocks, I Cook
ing Stove, 2 ten-plate Stoves, 1 Iron and 1 Copptr
Kettle, 2 Meat Vessele, Tubs, 1 Sink, 2 Cupboarelf.
1 Patent and 2 Barrel Churns, Sausage Cutter, Saud
sage Staffer, Lard Press, 1 Side Saddle, Vinegar by,
the barrel, Crocks, and a variety of articles not
cesearY to mention.
1 Sale to emmenee at 9 e'elock on said day,when
`• due attendance and a reasonable creditwill-be
given. ADAM B. WlNGERT.l.acint'it
nuir2Z-Itf - JOHN____DOLWNEY,
AMERICAN LIFE INSURANCE AND,
TRUST CO, Corner 4th and 'Walnut Streets
Philadelphia. Incorporated 1850. Charter Perpe
tual. Authorized Capital. $500,000. - Paid-Up Cap
Philadelphia, Feb. 4, 1864. •
. The Trustees haVe this day_ declared -a Dividend
of FIFTY PER CENT, on all premiums received
upon MtrruAt POLICIES during the year ending
December 31st, 1863, and is force at that date, the
above•amount to be credited to said Policles.•and
have also ordered the dividend of 1660 on Policies
lssned during that ear to be paid, as the annual
premiums on:said Policies are received. •
Secretary and Treasurer—John S. Wilson.
A etuara—John C. Sims. r-
BOARD OF TRUSTEES.—Alexander - Whilldin,
J. Edgar Thomson, George Nugent, Hon. James Poi ,
lock Albert C. 'Roberts, P. B. Mingle. Samuel
Work,William -J. Howard, Hon. Joseph Allisort,
iansul T. Bodine, John Aikman, Charles F. Heat-
lift, Isaac Hasletmrst.
Wm. G. , REED, Chambersburg, Pa., is • the authoi
ized Agent of the American Life :insurance and
'frost Company, and is always prepared to furnish
pamphlets or any information warded, and to take
Insurances. OFFICE, in the Repository Building.
Dns. J. C. RICIEARDS and W. H. BOYLE ' Medical
REFERENCES—Hon. A.K. McClure, Rev. S.J.
Niccolls, J. S. 'Nixon, Chambersburg, and Wm. M.
Marshal Cashier Hagerstown Bank.
;Persons desiring iniormation or wishing to insure
will please call on, or- by - addressing the under
signed they will be waited on -in any part of tho
County or State. - W. G. REE 111)- Agent.
VE9,-Offtee in the .REsoarrons Minding, Cham
hamburg, Pa, • mar 23.;
A LIST Or GRAND and TEAVERSt
JURORS for tt Court of ()Yet and: Terminer,
Court of Quarter Semions of the Peace, Man Court
of Coramou'Ples.% to bold at Chamborsburg. com
meacing on /foram', the lj.th day of April, 1564: •
GRAND JURORS. -
William BoydJdontg - ornery ; Jas Aughinbaugh,
Chambersburg_. ; ohn Bert, do; Charles Campbell,
Metal; John. E Crawford, Guilford; John niftier.
Green; Isaac Siker„Quiney; Samuel Frantz, 'Wash
ington; Thognas.Pegan, Fannett ; David Grossman.
Chainbersburg „•. John Gilbreath, Guilford; Daniel
Hollinger, Washington. Jos Hade; ; Antrim Henry
'talky, Hamilton; L.O Kopner, (barley': John Mir.
per;Letterkenny ; Sigu'l.Kaufman,Guilford ; Mich
ael Latshaw. Antrim; Leonard Lid), itiercershurg;
John Miller, Chaoshersburg; Putten illadden,Fon
nett.; John Oler, Washin_gtoa ; Geo Rodes. Mont
gomery; Joseph Ripple, Wasbliagan. . •
• . - TRAVERSE .TUTIORS—IstrIWga. • -
John Benedict. Guilford; Samuel Braikinridge
- Southampton; John Bighorn, Green:i
Brown, Greencastle; Peter Brindle'Green_;- N
Brewer, Mercersharg; Daniel Byemi..LetterkennY;
John C Brake, &Thomas; M 3-Brendle, do ;Jaeoly
Bcinebralte, - Washington; Robert Carson, Peters;
Win I Cook, Chambersburg: J B Cook, Green;
Christian Coalman, Antrim; A L Coyle, Illeneersh'g:
<leo Carhaugh, Washinattn Saint - Deihl. Guilford;
J L Deohert, Chambers burg; John' Duey, Quincy:
Abraham Dull,Huilford ; Jacob Deardorff, do; Datil
;Fifitifrock, St Thomas; George Felts, Washington :
Gee Geloneks, Southampton; Sarni tkarver, Green;
Jacob S Good, Washington; Wm Galan, Sr, _Letter
kenny• Henry Hilbert, - Washington ; Simon Her
bangh,'Hatailton ;• Christian Ilareholrode, Guilford:
Philip • Korpor,Letterkenny; Win a Reefer, do;
Henry Keefer; Hanilltoia" Adam - Liningor, Peters;
- Daniel Leidy, Luton: ChristianLesher, Washint"
ton; R W McAllen, Metal; Fred'k Misb. Homi -
ton; D B Martin, Montgomery ; Rob ert A McCleary ,
Antrim L.Anthony. Martin, Southampton; J C Me-
Calloh, Warren • Thos J M'llhenny, Pannett; Bon
a Pensingpr, Antrim ; John- Rite, Lettirkenny ;
!Q uincy.; William Thompson, Green;
Samtel Young, Washington. . •
TRAVERSE JURORS-2n WtETC;
Lawrence Berger, Hamilton :D D Bakener. Quin
cy; Peter Bromth„ . Chambersburg•L John Criswell,
Green; Peter Chnst,.Hatailton; John. Campbell,
FitnnettiAmdsCoz, Peters; John Cauffnian,Green
castle.; Fred'k Cook. Quincy ;'Jos Eckenrode, Fan
-nett; Aaron Funk. Washington': Thos C Fitzgerald.
mereershurg John -.Frantz, Antrim ; Jacob Fritz,
Warren: J a mes Gordon, Waynesboro; Martin
Geiser, do: Labright Gelwieks, Hamilton ; Willi am
Guthrie, Chambersburg: David B Mays, Peters :
Charles Hartman, Greencastle; Wm Rade, Quillen
David Says, MonteemerY ;-Abrnktfafe,r SCA:muss:
Miley Gettle, Jesse M 'Jones, Meta ;;John
Lantz, Jr, Quincy; David R Long; Lupton ; -Simon
Leekrone, Washing, ton ; . J VD Leedy s Letterkenny:
'Andrew Lehr, St Thomas"; Ins LoKran, Chambersh'r:
Jaaß Little, Fannott: John B klauffmank4Letter
kenny; John McMullen. Southampton; Rear,' 5
Miller; Gailford: John „Price..Jr, Washington; JO3
Phenicie, Warren: Jacob Sterghtcri Letterkeany;
Henry Swand.Tetore: David Spezieez;Solithamp
ton:' J C Seeriat, Quincyz_David R. Shoemaker.
Lurgan • Win Stitzell. St Themes; George^Stiger,
Mereerehurgrr Isaac - Tanner, Montgomergi , Jame,
Wiihoou. Mmattomery: John WiestrLetter
kenny john Zook,. tiatnilton, mar 4.1