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SITMKARt: Oki WAS
—Admirall'ortdr,;Vith tilinigolleet of gun
bout, and transports, left:Vicksburg on Sato:
thrive In Vicksburg- There
have been many fires recently; ; eeceral Govern
mennitires have been burned, aid the railroad
depot anitadjoinitig bulldinks se on'fire.
-A deppatch from • Cave City, Ky., March
cad, says that Colonel Weatherford, of General
Hobnotra eon : maid, e'tiptured: relielliajor
IsfeHenry and five_ men, killingtlii;"rebel Cap
tain !Muth. •
expedition, iviently •
CieneratEntlq,into pttheim e,
returned to POrtiess Monroe ,
ful in capturing and bringing
amount of property:
- ;-:-;olfiCial`advices from Arkaosai state that
there is a steady return the,t, of citizens to'
their, allegiance, many prominent rebel officials:
being among tlie number. , Ge .:Albert Pike
httaiit hi averred, Made overt cre)t an am-',
—The statement that 'Gen. igel had a nar
row escape • from 'Capture by aj li gang of rebel
guerillai at -Martinsburg a few' ye'since turns
out tp : be4 'satiard..,, There is No apprehensiont
Alt Mqtiesburg or; df any rebel do
• • • - ~•
—LieutenantColopel John P. Sanderson,
Philadelphia, is:now out of the service, as when
ho was promoted toaCc;loneley,MajOr,pawson
was appointed ththe LieutenantiOnloneley, and
thh Senate 'confirmed him, rejticting Colonel
Shnderiion as Colonel of the regunent..
--:•Proiii the Department of Western Virginia
a despatch states that it whele ( toinpany of our
eiti , titry (3dVlrginia) were 4pittied Ott
field, in the Kanawha, by a body of rebels, and'
thatthe steamer Vietress, with ltlaj r , l3ucker on
board, tarrying important despatches from Gen. •
alp]; narrowly escaped 'capture. „
have advices from w Orleans to
18th inst. Alexandria, La., was surrendered to
our forces without opposition: The army in
Western Louisiana was moving,,, and General
Ilanksiiras about leaving New Orleansto direct
its operations. • The ,prisonere ciaptured at Fort
De K s ussey had arrived at New Orleans.
- President has issued ar6inportant proc
lamation defining the - terinsilßon which the'
Amnesty Proclamation can veiled of. The
clear:definition given by the President will pre
vent such abuses of the AinneSty . acras have
occurred in one or two eases; las for instance,
recently in the United,States District Court for
- Maryland, where a party actually under indict
' vient for aiding and assisting the enemy, was
tillotved totake the oath andescape punishment.
advices of the'l9th state that the,
rebel regiments sent by Gen. Pi4ett to - Virginia',
T in conieqfience of.Kilpatrick's reld, are return
ing; Gov. Vance, in a recent siredch, said that
Gen: Lee depends upon North 94rolina for the
support of his army in yirginia. The Wil
mington Journal says that during the past year
only, one, lint : of twenty .bloeklide-rintinein has
beti captured. NK.L W. Hoiden announces
hirbselfasr'n ethiservatir " e andidete . for Gov .
- , ~
••, • •
;11 -An official order froth the Mar Department
direetlythat the number of Army corps 'composl
itttt the - Amity of the , Potomac :Will be reduced
tollgee—the Second, Fifth ..and Sixth. The
• troops of the First and Third 'Cori' are. to be
- temporarily re-organized and distributed among
the Secead,, and 'Sixth - borps: .4 number
of,general officers are detached from the army
and ordered to report to the
• Adjutant General.
den. commands Abe liecond Corps,
Gen. Warren the Fifth; and Gera. Sedgiiiiet
the Sixth: •
The committee 'appointe ' by i the Ohio
louse of Representatives to in:est igate the es
cape of John Morgan and party, ,
from the peni
tentiary, have just reported.- They find that the
prisoners had no aid; and thatno ( iie was required,
zinc° the escape coil& hot bay Occurred' if the
air-chamber under' the 'cell hsd not existed.
They place all the blame on the militwauthe
rities for not making a regular, extipinatiopol
the cells, - and 'recommend hdreafter that all
prisoners confined in the rrenitentiary be under
the control of the-Warden. . ; - •
'--The fled River Expedition has been heaid
fromin - tite'eapture of Fort De Massey; on the
Rtitiver, a shortilistanee- below Alexandria,
Gen: A. J. - Sinith lauded hie fOrceS from
tianSporte.a feir miles.belo! Fort De Raney.
Thkrebel Geri, Dick Taylor promptly marched.
against bps-With his whole force, and attacked
him 'h; , Gen.' "mitb,:-.inStead• of at-;
tempting to keep up communication with the
river,, proceeded, by forced, marches, toward
the fort." When 'Taylorsaw the trick. he start
ed for the same destination; and fora time the,
raee seemed. douhtfid, but' finally ibeTinkees
'am in 4 . be' at three hours alitad,, capturing the
fort and eleven gans,feur of t i eniXarrotts, one
eleven several thirty-two- pounders;
alini,about three hundred prisoners. .Our gen , -
boats 're already at Alexandrin." fusel des-.
tiriaticia of the expedition is th ught to be Shreve
part, - ' '
; —A despatch from Cairn, u 1 der date of March
- 26th; NUT that reports Wdre;irculated tlat the
Rebels,, under Forrest, .bad ttaCke.Oaducal4l
Rimtuckyi and bultied part of
. e to wn : Steam
6osats• pasaiiithatiace .rep ' d that Forrest,
with Ovelhensand men, ' , on roi, afternoon
bad eacked'and fired the city The wharf boat
find about three thousand of be citizens, upon
learning of the approach of ' 6 *Pets, moved
llerpBB ,thi' river., ' The Rebanmade foUr ai
„ saults upon the fort beloW tlui tilivti;*i'vhich Col. -
Hicks-beg with .eight 'hundred men, and the
i i ,
Rebels were ;repulsed in ,ea 1 10:attanie. - ':Three
of ourgtmbpats,opened upo the Rebels vvbile , ,
in the occupation of ..th'e cit , and drove them
offiii!tk r al*, o 4 Afo l ,9r. # 94 ,013E) inindred
and lfifty to -three , hundred Rebels -killed; 414
amongtliitieneral Theiiipann - cl'il wi' . o
, , ,
~. ~ 7 ~, 0 , 0 l,
reptirted'if Welve billed • ai,a lorti wound ed.
Wheuitipsitea' thboat 'PMkfce' I eased on'the Morn
ing ef the Wth. MEl:tails lad 'gene and the
• Peskylc,woo.retcniicg to the city.; . .
. . i r7i.:l,,ati. i .
' I battle-fields Antietam - and South'
SatlV Monne ded
lo'be tin,days agO.TYYa
-a ; committeesippointed'hy oilf State Senste, %Tin :
a. view of seleetinra imitable site for a Nation.
ul Cenietery at the former phiceiiindalso for a
Monument, at the latter, - to the brave Gen.
'Reno, who fell' there. A piece of ground on
the battle-ground, of Antietam, at the east end
of Sharpsburg belonging to the widow of the
late Dr. Kennedy, was selected for the Ceme
tery; and a spot, in the rear of Keedy's Moun
tain House was selected for the erection of the
monument.--7/fterst . otan Herald.
SHERIFF'S SALE.—By virtue of sun
dryk, writs of veruiitioni onto/fax, issued out of
the Courts of Common Pleas of Franklin - county.,
Pa., and to me directed, j there trill be exposed WI
Public Sale, at the Court'lloase, in'the Borough of!!
Chamberathirg, on friday, the Bth of 'Apri4 I.Bo# at 7
1 o'clock, P.M.:the following described Held ks-:
All TRACT OF LAFD, situate in Wathing-'.
ton township, containing:l2 ACRES, Were - or less.•
adjoining lands of A. Deardorff on the North, Isaac-
Shockey on the East,;(loSparAler on this West find
roation the South, with • a 1 1 ,story Frame House
and shop thereon erected.' • 6 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 Win. Mc-
Clellan on the South and West, Foltys on the, East
and Wm. Forbes on the ; North, conteiningni - Acres
of Land, moth or less, with a 1 1 4 gtory Log House,
and Log Stable ,thereon erected. Seized and taken
to execution as the property of James and Elizabeth
Patterson, and will be sold by me.
InartY.?., SAMUEL BRANDT. Sheriff.
t was auceeaa.''
away a large
VA.LtrARLE STEAM TANNERY 'FOR.
v SALE.—The undersigned will sell. at Private',
Sale, his TANNERY. known as the Corner Tannery.
with Steam and Water Power, SAW-MILL, Chop
ping -Mill, Stocks for breakinghtdes, &a. The Tan
nery has 8 Leeches, 3237at5, 2 Limes and Water Pool.
and is capable of tanning 800 heavy hides a year.
There are two LOG DWELLING ROUSES, Barn.
Stable and otheopeeessrury out-buildings connected
with the Tannery t and about 60 Acres cleared, with
good fruit. Bo W - 111 sell any quantity of land with
the Tannery, from 100 t 0 ,700 Acres. Over 600 Acres
are Timber, and an ample supply of Chestnut Oak
Bark to run the Tannery for fifty years. It is situ
ated about 7 miles South-oust of Mercersburg, on
Licking Creek. Terms made easy. For further
particulars addressthe undersigned, at Mercers burg.
Franklin co., Pa. [nUgl2-tf -C. METCALF.
IMPORTANT TO IRON MANUFAC
TURERS AND STOCK RAISERS.—I will sell
at Private -Sale,; 1,800 ACRES OF PATENTED
LAND, situated in St. Thomas township, Franklin
county. Pa., °lathe Public Road leading from Guy
er's Tavern to - Loudon, 6 miles from the latter place.
About 100 Acres of this tract aro cleared, the balance
covered with thriving Chestnut and other TIMBER:
which would answer for, Cord-wood or Rails. There
is also good appearance of IRON ORE on the prem
ises. Coal Hearths are leveled on most of the Tim
ber land. The improvements are a LOG HOUSE,.
Log Barn and 4 Tenant Houses, and a good Apple
Orchard Peach. Cherry and Pear Trees. Also 7 -A
SAW MILL and .CHOPPING MILL, in good run
ning order, with 18 feet '
of head and fall. This pro
perty would afford a good opportunity to make
money. For terms apply to the subscoiber. residing
on the premises. [feb3-tf] FRED'K (ALBERT.
VALUABLE REAL,ESTATE AT
V PRIVATE SALE.—Theundersignedintending
to remove to the West, offeraat Private Sale, a LOT
OF GROUND, in 'Loudon, containing about ONE
ACRE, on which is erected a two-storied WRATH
ERBOARDED DWELLING HOUSE, a Rough
cast Tenant House and Shop, Brick Spring House.•
Wood House, Smoke - Honsci Stable, and all neces
sary out-buildings. There is a variety of FruitTree
on the premises. This property is well adapted for
almost any kind of mechanical business.
Also-48 ACRES OF r BOTTOM LAND. within 1
of a mile of Loudon, about . two-thirds of which is
heavy Timbered. the balance is well set in grass. •
Also-48 ACRES 'OF SLATE LAND, situate
about 1 / 4 ' of a mile from Bridgeport, adjoininglands
of Robert C. Horner and - Jacob Hanemin.
_ . .
Terms made reasonable. For farther partleularr
address [jtm27-3m9 DAVID TEETER; Loudon,Ps
A, SSIGNEE'S SALE.—There will be
11 sold by the undersigned Assignee of Jacob
Gossert, on the premises, in Quincy township, on
Tuesday, the sth of liprit.lB64.:the following descri
bed Real Estate ( via: About 80 ACRES OF LAND.
adjoining Sol„Harbangh. Alex. Hamilton and Alex.
Knepper, lying about 2 miles from the town of
Quincy. About 60 Acres of this land aro clear, in a
good state of cultivation, and under good fence.--
The balance is Wood Land.
TEeits OF Sets—s2;ooo to hepaition 12th of April.
1864, when the deedwill be deliveredand possession
given; balance in two equal annual payments,witb
interest from Ist April, 1864.
Sale to commence, at 10 o'clock, A. M. on said day.
' WILLIAM 13 3 8 ERT.
mar 23 Assignees of Jacob °assert.. •
pRIVATE SALE OF TANNERY
NEAR FAYETTEVILLE.—The undersigned
will sell at Private Sale, the followin described
Real Estate, to wit: 30 ACRES OF LAND, all un
dergood fence and_ tillible, with a good BRICK
DWELLING, unever=failing Well of Good Water
near the_doorl., a good Barn and Threshing floor, a
6ne Orchard bearing thebest Fruit. Also—A TAN
NERY of 32 Vats 6 large Leaches with Limes and
Pools, Bark Mill,'Roller, Pump and Fulling Stocks,
all in excellent order the whole operating by Water
Power. Also, tigood - Barkshed, all unsurpasscd in
3oncenientie and labor-saving.
The above property will be shown to any person
on application to Jacob B. Cook, of Fayetteville, or
John B. Cook, of Chambersburg. Terms will be
reasonable. [ ihnel.7-tf _ PETER COOK.
MALL FARM FOR SALE.—The sub- :
VOTICE.=-The Co-partnership hereto
scriber will- sell at Private Sale, the SMALL;
FARM on which he now resides, situate in Antrim ..i. V fore existing in the DRUOIUSINESS. in the
township, Franklin county, about six mites from , n ton eor MILLER dr HENSHEY, Was this day. (Feb-
Greencastle, on - tho Ctishtown road. adjoining lands runt 29,1864 ,) been mutually dissolved. All per
of, sons knowing themselves indebted to thi , tiiaid firm
Samuel Myers and others, containing about 40
ACRES, all cleared land, in good order and under • wilt please melee prompt Payment, and all having
; claims against the same will present them to A, - J,
good fence, There is a YOUNG ORCHARD. of.thrif- , .
ty trees on tho phice, and a Well of excellent Water. Miller for settlement A. J. MILLER. ' i
The improvements consist of a two-story L 0 0 mar 9-Gt B. B: HENSITEY.
DWELLING HOUSE; a Bank Barn 42 feet long,' 00-PARTNERSHIP.--Havin assochi.-
and well finished, and all other necessary out-build-
ings, Possession will be given on the let of April, • 1, - 1 tad with me, this day,_February_Oth UAL in the
1864. Terms will be made known on application to mercantile business L. B. KINDLINE, the business
the subscriber, residing on the - remises. hereafter will be conducted under the firm' of 'WIL
oet2l-tf SAMUEL C. KRIDER. . LIA M 'WALLACE lc CO., Having had a liberal
Patronage heretnforo,rsolicit the saran for the new
'VALUABLE...TOWN PROPERTY FOR firm. - Linar 2-tej WILLIAM WALLACE,
V SALE.—The HOUSE and LOT on West Mar-.;
ket street, Chambersburg, now occupied by Hon. F.
M. Kimmel], is offered at private sale. - For price
and terms apply to JOHN M. M'DOWELL
i 4 I VERY FOR SALE.—The un
dersigned intends' moving to the West, offers a'
Private Sale, his entire stock in the Livery business to
['• Mercershurg. consisting of Horses. Omnibuses, Carriage
, Buggies; Sleighs, Harness, Sc. This Eatablisbment I.
doing the best trade lit the county, and offers. a rar4
chance to any one wishing to engage in the
For further particulars ,apply to of address
fob 3•9ta a SOL. DlTETZlSS,ltercersburg, Pa
DREMIUM CHESTER WHITE PIGS.
ProgcMy_of Hogs tbaehivo taken State and
UM ED STATES PREMIUMS.
Sent by Express to all parts of the United States.
Canada, Cuba and South Ameneum pairs not akin,
Address. ' N. P. 130 Mt' &
mar 2-34 Coatesville, Chester Co., Penna.
Lost, ,Stotervanli ,f,trareb.•
REWARD . ,—Lost, on the sth inst.,
to somewhere between Cook's Tannery arta
iiteicersbnrg, a Leather Pocket Book, containim
between thirty-and. foraty dollars. The above re
ward will be paid to any person leaving it with the
subscriber, at his residence in Little Cove,
mwrl6-3t* Goa. c.mAwrix.
T OST.—The underslgned Voucher
on Capt. Denny for $42 50, for, whieh-a liberal
reward will be pail to tho finder, if returned to
DEITZ & McDOWELL'S Warehouse. All, persons
Ate warded Trera purchasing said :voucher as_p_ay-
16-S been stopped. GEO. A. DEITZ.
mach t • .
GRAIN! G AINS! GRAINfri
The undenigne es this' methoduf informing
his (Amide, and the public _generally, that he has
leased for a term alarms the well knew% 'Brewery
establishment heretofore conducted .by Mr. Upton
Wnshabangh. i lie will be glad to 'furnish ' to his
friends and the old patrons of the House with the
'finest ALE, upoiti the kihoitest notice, and at the low
. est Prices. •
The highest CAA Pric'e Rill ho paid for 5,000
bushels of BARLEY, delivered at Chambersburg.
• A 20.64-Iy. ALEXANDER MARTIN. -
TOBPRIN't,I.N,CF, in every : style.
Aftlie officoor the FRANIC:LIN REPOSITORY.:
tint ezotate *aim
Veroonal Vroptr* `Saleo.
he iraniAiii / '
Tn i tionarcb
, ‘.0q.Fr . ,,, , !Tz:10:!k;' , ..
P D1.413.Y SA.D 1)L 7,111 7 ".1 1 1 .
HARNESS .z , kANUFACTOIII - !
The subscriber respectfully inform his friends, and
the pablio, that ho continues to carry on the
aboro basiness at his Old Stdnd, on
Opposite Miller's llotel;
CII A MII-E',.le. ! B - P A ..
and keps constantly on hand a general assort-
meat of • • ,
Riding and Wagon Saddles,
'Bbit and Round.
" ' ' slack and hair , •
• Salt l ess of all kinds.
Harness and Draft Collars, a
Patent Leather Collars (gots' qnslitY ),
Blind Bridles, • a
and everything in qua Loather lino crake found in
his shop, or made to order ' at mofteiiite rater
• • •
dons at aiiii4t notice, and oix rea onublo terms
always on band and sold.cheap ion axes
ism_ Ho employs none but tI beet workmen
ADDLERY ! ! SADDLERY ! ! !—Sad
ki dlos,'Bridles,-Hameln, CollarS,Trunks, Valises,
Sc., sign of the HOME COLLAR.
JEREMIAH OYSTER respectfully returns his
thanks to his patrons for the liberal encouragementl
received from them heretofore, and be would invite'
them and the community- generallY,,who may need
any thing in his line. to give hint a cull at his old
stand, on.the East side of-Main Street. Chambers
burg, five doors South of Huber At Tolbert's Hard
ware Store, where he keeps constantly on hand ev
ery variety of SADDLERY AND HARNESS of
his own manufacture, and he is prepared to_sell the
same on terms that defy competition. Every article
offered for sale is warranted to be made of the best
material rind by competent workmen. which will be
fully demonstrated on an examination thereof. .
TRUNKS AND VALISES.—Iie would also call
the attention of persons wanting —a good neat and
cheap and substantial Trunk or.ValiAe to his assort
WHIPS ! WHIPS ! ! WHIPS ! !-
WU. SMUT() & Solv, coiner of Alain and
Washington Streets, Chambershurg, Pa., manufac
turers of all kinds of IVIIIPS, stich as Wauon, Car
rime and Riding Whips, of various - sizes and of su
perior quality, which they offer tb the public, either
by: Wholesale or Retail, at very moderate' prices.—
L ORES of all lengths kept constantly on hand and
for sale by the den very cheap, They also manu
facture superior HOR 3E COLLARS, to which they
Orders from a distance solicited and, promptly at
tended to. jun 17,63.
BROAD -GEARS,, '.COLLARS,
HALTERS, and any thing in the Leather line
belonging to the Saddler's business, always on hand
and made to order, and-on reasonable terms. at
GORDON'S, opposite the Indian Queen hotel, Main
Street. , . . . •
G• 0 B D 0 X HAS A SUPERIOR
lot of SADDLES, HARNESS, BRIDLES,
STIRRUPS. SPURS, See., which ho will sell cheap
for crud' or good trade.
OYRUS H. GORDON, successor to
St Gordon ; gives notice to his customers and
others, that he is still at the Old Stand, opposite the
Indian Queen Hotel. Main St„, Ohamtronsburg, Pa.
E P AIR IN O• DONE AT SHORT
iv notice, on reasonable terms, by C. H. GOR
DON. He invites his friends to call and see him.
eozpartitersttp . flotireo.
DARTN ERSIIIP:—Notiee is 'here
by given that the undersigned have entered in
to partnership in the Hardware and Cutlery business
at the old stand of Myers & Brand.' where we are
Prepared to furnish every thing in our line as cheap
as any other house in the county. Special induce
ments are offered for each, as our motto vrillbeiluick
sales and short profits. JACOB S. BRAND.
1344.63. GEORGE FLACK. '
ed has ameinted with himself, on the let Feb
ruary, 1864, JOHN U. STUART. in the Grocery
business the name and style of SHAFER
STUART. Thankful for the -patronage heretofore
extended to the establishment, he hopes by a strict
attention to bnsiness to merit for the now srm a
continuance of public favor.
HEADQUARTERS, PROVOST MAR
, 16Th Diwrnicv PENNSYLVANIA; Chain;
berchurp, March -4,1864.—The DRAFTED MEN
of 'this District, who have never yet reported. by
reasonef belonging to SIX MONTH REGIMENTS.'
and who have lately been mastered out of the scr
, vice, will report forthwith to these Headquarters or
' be deemed degerters. '
To longer delay reporting will bo to lose the right
if paying commutation money or, famishing- a edi
t: 'Mute, aßer which only personal-service will satis
fy the,requirementi of the law, 0 80. EYSTER.
_mar:n-St] Capt. and Prn. hlar. 16th Die. Pa.
: jl ECRUITS WANTED.—Recruits
U.; wanted for Green Towntthip, for which-a Lib
.- wal LOCAL BOUNTY, in eafth, will bo paid as
t;`.oon as they are mustered into the . serviee.
' Apply at the White Swan Hotel.
JOHN YOST WILLIAM M'CLURE.
SAM% GARVER, AUGUSTUS ETTER.
niar23 - • - ; Committee.
pO, VOLUNTEERS.—Any citizens 'of
Guilford township, Franklin county, whether
•eternns or new mantis, and whether in service or
lot, will receive a liberal LOCAL BOUNTY by
being credited to their own township, on giving
take with certificate of muster to the undersigned
mart-1-3t° A.K.M'CLuRE, Treasurer.
'• A SERIES OF S E.R MON S' TIFON
-L-i_ the following subjects, will be delivered in the
Bethel - corner .of QueenUrfd -- Water - iitreeti, by the
Rev.*e.,ll 4 liorn , . ,
/Sabbath evening' ' ey3.Feb. 28th:TheAuty dna ittenner
of hearin the - Word. t .
" March 6th. ' The Church of GOd.'
• . herPorm'and Faith.
" , Muth 13th. Ordinancri, l NatF6.=
„ • •. • and Character of.
” March 20th.- Baptism, Action Cr.'
" March 27th. Beetism,Subjeothof.
April 3rd. Feetwaehir -an or-
" . April 10th. Lords Supper, Na"
ire The probability, is; that. the; doctrine to he
Preached under these different themes is taught in
the Word of God ‘ and ho who is acquainted with
the nature of Probabilities, knows that he is Conse
quently under obligation to investigate these sub
'cots candidly. Let not this' favorable opportunit y -nass without availing joiarself elf its . privileges.--
Momentous issues are Involved in the settlement of
these questions. Free - Cherchteottleand hear with''
out money or price, -- • felYgOt-
LIST ,OF, RETAIL ERSotice is
"hereby given to all Wholesale and. Rcfail
Dealers engeged in selling, Goods. AlerchandiXe.
Commodities, or Effects of-whatever kind or nature.
either of the product and manufacture of the United
States or,of - any Foreign State:: and to all Millers.
Distillers, &c., residing within the County of Frank
tin and State of Pennsylvania,-that they are classi
fied and assessed by the undersigned Appraiser of
Mercantile Taxes in said county, for the year 1864,
asSolloats -• • '
CHAMBEHSBURG. Olds's, License.
Heyser k Ceessler,Drugs IS $lO 00
Shafer & Siefert, Grocery4' c ' 14 700
F T Hockenberyr, Shoes . 14 7 00
Wm G Mitchell. •bhoes.. - 14 7 00
George Lehner Shoes.... - 14 7 00
A Heineman, Jewelry 14 , • 700
H B Davison,•llats and Cal ft • -14 -7 00
Isaac Hatton, Shoes 14 7 . 00
John H Difmari, Grocery ..... •14 • • 00
Joseph Deekelmayer, Uonfoctionary 14 • - 700
J A Jacobs; Tobacconist -- • 14 700
J W Ditman, Grocery 14 7 00
'Conrail Wagner, Grocery 14 • 00
John Neil, - Grocery 14 7 00
George Ditman, Grocery......- 14 7 CO
Lewis Wamialer. Plater - 7 00
S M Perry, Grocer); 14 00
John Sheets, Clothing - , 14 700
JohnS Ludwig, Stoves ' • ' ' 14 - 700
11,11 Hutx, Store.» • - 13 10 00
M Huss,' Jewelry • 4 . 1 ' 14 - 700
Iluber,& Toloert. Hardware 10 20 00
Huber A Co., Edge Tools ' 14 700
Lambert & Huber, Paper Mill ' ' 12 12 50
Wli Cunningham. Flour -—• 14 - ocrl
C A Trone, Grocery - 14 7 00
Moses Greentivralt, Grocery; 14' • 100
GeOrge W ItouseGrecery ' 14 - 7 00
John Bert, Grocery ~ ;.. 14 700
Isaac Stine; Grocery ' 14 700
Christian Smith, Grocery - 14 ; 700
William Wallace & Co., Store 8' 30 -60.
J D Jacobs,-Tobacconist ' ' 13 'lO 00
Wm Bender, Confectionary' L'l4. ' 700
L A Shoemaker. Confectionary • 14' 7 00
F G Ditman & Bro., Jewelry.. 14 - - 700
M'Cliotoek &Soff, Hats • , 14' 7 00
Jacob Hutton, Shoes ~
' 14 700
James L BlaCk, Store -' 13 -1000 I
E Aughinbangh, Jewelry ' v 14 700
D S Fahnestock,,Groeery 7 14; •7 00
Jacob Spangler, Drugs - - - 14 700
Jacob B Miller, Stoves. ' 13 10 00 I
George Smith, Shoes - ; 14 7 00 I
Frank Elliott, Clothing ' 14 - 7 00
Huber & Lohmaster. Grocery - 13 10 00 i
L B Eyliter, Lamps and Hardware..... 14 7 00
Peter Feltman, Shoes ; 14 • 700
J Lochlieim, Clothing .... :....H. , 14 700
J S Nixon, Drugs 13 10 00
J L Dechert, Hats _ 14 7 00
Eyster & Brother, Store t... 5 GO 00
Brand & Flack, Hardy, are ' 10 20 00
A J White. Clothing 13 10 00
John Jeffries ConfectionarY.. -
„ . 14 7 00
Etter, Hamilton & Co., Stoves.. 14 700
Samuel S Shryock. Books.. ..; ' ' 12 'l•2 50
Charles H Bush, Tobacconist , 14 700
W W Paxton; Hats and Shoes •-•- 14 , 700
J Hoke & Co., Store 9 ,25 00
JA S Cramer, Tobacco - t • 14 ' 700
.1 'Franklin Snider,Stoves..,. 14 7 00
I Ebert &Son, Coal and Lurriber.-... 13 'lO 00
Wunderlich A- bead, Warehouse 14 • 7 00
J S Grier, Warehouse - 1.........14 ' - 7 004
Dolts & Ill'Dowell. Warehouse v 14 , 7 00
Wm Reichter; Grocery 14 7 00
Oaks & Linn, Warohouse...l - 14 • 7 00
Cyrus Sprecher, Grocery.. ' 14 7 00
G Falkenstein, Shoes ' ', 14 .-. 700
Alex Martin, Brewery . i - , 25 00
G W Smith, Grocery - - 14 700
John Schofield. Grocery ' , ' - 14 - 700
E C Boyd, Grocery 14 7 00
A J Miller. Dings -14 - - 700
'Christian Burkhart, Confectionary... 14 7 00
3 & Geo,Watson. Books ' • 14 . '7.00
William Gelwicks, Grocery - 14 700
Conrad Miller, Shoes ' 14 7 00
Marks•Felheinier, Clothing ' - ' 14 7 00
J Al Wolf kill, Store 14 . 7 00
Marion Elliott, Gr0cery.........: ........... 14 700
Nicholas Ilas. Gr0cery.......:. 14 • 7 00
T J Wright, Books 14 7 00
George Brunner; Tobacco arid Segars 14 7.00
3 T Iloskinson, Clothing. 14 7 00
John Gootmah, Grocery ' 14 700
David B Little. Confectionary 14:7 00
George Bnider,'Grocery. . ' 14 - 700
George Ludwig, Brewery 2i 00
Wm T. Matthews, Billiards 50 0,/
Alex 'b - "lihnestock, Grocery.. v 14 . 700
T B Weed. Foundry.. ' 1- 13 10 00
I ANTRIM TOWNSHIP.
Fl 3 Snively, Store - ' - 13 _ 10 00
Eli Fuss. Conieetionary ' - 14 700
G W Zeigler & Co., Store... 10' 20 00
C H Kunkel & Bro., Shoes.. i
14 7 00
J H HoStetter Drugs. s ' ' 14 , 700
A W -Welsh. hardware ',- 13 10 00
J A Hans. Clothing 14 . 7OO
Godfro; Goe4 . . Stoves... .... ... -............ 14 OO
I St a N
Kist of _itetixiters.'
Joho Goetz, Store , 14 7 00
1V S Riley, Store ,
. 14- 7.00
Irwin '&-Itladdes, Hardware 13 10 00
Thomas Morton, Confectionary' 14 7.00
IPP Prather & Co., Store ... 13 , . 10 00
Wm H Carl; Drugs 14 , 700
H Appenzeller, ConfectiOnary ' 'l4 . 700
Adam Goetz, Grocery ' - 14 . 700
Benjamin Eby. Grocery '- - -- 14 700
Jacob Newcomer, Confectionary 14 - 7.00
J Hostetter k Co.. Grocery 14 7 00
S H Prather, Store - ~ -13 10 00
Peter Smith, Shoes - 14 . 700
George Eby. ConfectionarY 14- - -' 7 00
John Burk, Segars.. ' - 14 7;OJ
Samuel Hostetter, Confectionary 14 —I 00
11 It Fetterhoff. 800k5.....! ' 14 7 00
George Ilgenfritz, Factory - 14 700
Deitz 4: M'Dowell, Warehouse.—...... - 14 7 00
William WCrory, Jewelry 14 '.. 7'oo
J W Barr, Stoves ' 14 ' 700
Philip Goetz, Grocery - i 14 . 700
Crowell J Davidson, Foundry- ' 14 , 700
A Imbric & Co., Warehouse ' 14 . 700
A F &hat hirt, Warehouse! ' •14 1 700
Joshua Yous, Grocery , ' ' 14 700
John Hartle, Distiller 1 , 25 00
Jones lienkell. Distill° .. ' 25 00
F T Spieler, Distiller ' ' 25 00
John A Orr, Confectionary ' : 14 - 7 00
Barnheart 47 Beck, Store - 113 10 00
'Theo. King & Bro.. Store ' 14 700
WASHINGTON TOWNSHIP, - '
H& D Beii•i6i.:llitinuiaci,3rY.'''4..7.. 7 ff - 700
Peter Heckler, StOre "14 • ' 700
Joseph'Price, Store 13 10t00
Wm A Grove Silversmith ' - 'l4 1%00
P S Zindorf, Variety Store....; ....... ..... 14 700
F Fourthinan. Drug5.....:.---; 14 7 00
(leo Stover, Store • ; ••' 12 12 50
D B Russel, Tinner. . - 14 7 00
J R Welsh & Son, Hats and Shoes-- 14 1 7 00
G & J Bender. Clothing ' , 14 7 00
Geo. Frick, Foundry 3: Machinist-- r 10 50 00
H Stonehonse. Hardware • , tl3 'lO 00
Josiah Besore's heirs, Store • ' 'll. .15 00
J F Hurts, Drugs., i ,...- ' - -' 14 , •7 00
Arnherson,Benectct* Co., Store ' ' 10 20 00
'J Beaver: Variety Store ' ' 14 700
Wll Brotherton Hardware. • ',. 13 ' "10 00
T J Filbert, - Clothing-. - ' 14 1• 700
W A Tritle, Stoves ' 14 '. 7 (XI
JoSeph W Miller. Store - 14 7 CO
Al M Stoner, Drugs - , 14- , • 700
F, W Washabnp(rh. Segars - 14 " '7 00
John' Down in. Distiller ' 25 00
Hoover & Shockey, Salt - 14 : 700
Samuel Frantz, Salt-- 14 - 7 00
Walker d: Elden, Flour • ' '
Peter Rouser, Store 14 700
Holker Hughes, Furnace -12 ' 12 50
Holker Hughes,Store ..... ....;......... ..... 4, 14 - , 700
Holker Hughes, Forge ' 14 ' 700
.Holker Hughes, Rollirig 'Mill ' 'l4 700
Peter Mchlfclt, Confectionary • 14 -,7 00
E S Smbll, • Store... - - 4 14 .. 700
George Knepper. Store ' • ,- 14 ''7 00
H Shiery & Co.'. Grocery 14 7 00
Henry Good, Distiller - .'25 00
,Joseplaltock, Grocery' • t 14' 700
Dr 11, Itosenburg, Druggist - ' 14 7'oo
Lookabaugh & Secrist, Store '; 13 "10 00'
Collitlower & 011er, Store .4..13 10 00
John M Cook, S(oie ' ' .14 700
.Robert JohnstoniDistillery J , • 25 00
Henry Besore, Distil'erY, • • 4... • OO
Lewis Elliot, Store " • ' ' ' 13 lO 00
1 ' GREEN TOWNSHIP. • •
'Josiah Dice, Store ' ' 14' - 700
Jacob Hawaheirode, Distillers ' - ,25 00
Jaeobliarchelroffe, Warehouse 1,4 ' I CO
JP Wallace, Store- 14 ' . 7' oa
H Embich & Son., Factory-- ....... . -'+: - 1 4 7 110
8 Shively, Drup • 4 14- . 7 , 00,
Michael Good, - Factory ' ''
14 ' 7 00
J W Heintzelman, Grocery ' 1 - 14 - •7 00
'filar, Ann Adair, Confectionary.. - -14 7 00,
Jacob 11 Cook, Store... ' ,12 -12 50
S E White, Factory 4, 14 , 4 ' , 7 . 40.
,Robert lEaclt,'Store ; - iA. . 7 ,00
GUILFORD TOWNSHIP. - • •
, - .T A Eyster Paper Mill ' ' 8 t 30 00
Eyster & Keyser „ Paper Mill. • 1. 10 20 00
C H M'Enight. Store - • 'l4 '7 00
John' Mlinrght Store.' ' ' 14 . • 700
.Btouffer &Striciller PeperMill ' 'l2 12 50
Thoflias'Dowles - ,Btore -...„, 14 - 1 1 7 017
Christian Frantz, Salt. • , 14 700
John Enflame'', Salt - 'l4 , , - 7...00 '
B . B.Winger & Co„ Store 14 .4 ' 00
I N_Brewer, 5t0re......... } -• •, t
,' 11 t t i g g
John Shirts, Hardwore, •
R 31 - Reynolds, Drugs -' ' t -i 14 ' 700
Matthew Smith, Shoes - and Hog 14 t 7,00,
T C Grove. Store • • - -' 'l4l ' • - 7"-00'
It M Shaffer; C10thing,...4.......i.4......'4i 14 1' 1 ' 7 ' , 1.
Ni D 1512Kinstry. Store , 13, • - -.10
George 0 RupleY, 5t0ve5. , ....... ........ -4 14 7
John Hock; Confectionary , -- - ....44„.4; 14 iy 27 1 00 .
DM B etiatuoth li P ariety'Stoir• ' 13 10'00 •
, I -
11A14, 4.3 aqo.
E C 16)- :,,..t -. ..- .......,, ....‘ •14 . ~1 00
Wra'Ecitreah, Confectionary' ' ' 14 '-; /
A L Coyle, Hardware' - 14 700
Conrad, Preshols, Segars 14 - ..• - '1 OCt
John Thompson. Store, • 14 , 7 00 ,
Beaver & Cox; Forge:. - 14 - ',7 00
Ferdinand Senseny„ Stoves 14 7.00
Thaw M'ature, Grocery - 14 ' -: 700
John Treher, Sugars and 7 14 7 00
John Hkoller, Salt-and Syrt 14 7.00
Sautes' D Scott, Storey.,, 13 , 1000,
Cook at Boyd, Store - - 11 . 15-00
.• ST. THOMAS TOWDISIIIR, - - -
11xon 8c Elder, Store.....- ........ —.:-... 13 •-10 SO
1) A Rohl, Store . ' , 14 • 7 00
Daniel Barnhart, Confectionary-..:.... 14 • - 100
Susan Purly, Confeetionary.....-.. .... 14 ' 700
Wm PolsFrove., - Confeetionary, .... -.. 14 - ;-7 00
Ii ,S; A Hicks, Distillet 7 , . -.- _t. Z- pp
- ' • ` 'WARREN TOWNSHIP:
Jahn Zimmerman, Store ' / 4 • ' - 100
Wm IM'GearY, Store • * • - 'l4 ' - '7 00
. • HAMILTON TOWNSHIP.
Abraham IfaferuDistiller...,., • 25 00.
Henry, Lenherr, Store_ 14 , -7 00
J...tj &W am Stbro . ', ' • ' 13 :- , - i ° °°
J W Kuper ; Grocery • , 14 - LI
-Jacob Ktmiii: Store ' .
14 ' 700
Broughlz Harehelrode, DistilicrY."-- - .... 25 7 0000,
RenbervWeidler, Store - ' • 4
TOWNSHIP • •
Jain& S'Slyder, §toro— , .
14 7 to
Win . G ill'elellan. Store, ' 14 - 7 - 00
James P Spoar, Store - - • "14 . 700
Go Westhafor, Store., 14 . 7 99
- ' • ',LNR#34:TOWNBII.IP. . '
-- -...- .... --
M R Skinner it. Son. Store.. ' * 14 • . . 7 i.n.
Themon - Pomerciy,Sr p fitoro 14 7 00
11 W Saltsman, Confectionary- 14 ' , '7OO
- - FANNETT I rowNsui.P..
Johrteranier-, Store.. ...... ..... - ' ••• 14. I'' 7 06
W it Pomeroy. Store...i- 14 ' 7 00
S B Iloekenberry, Store • ' - 14 700
Nimons /4 Bierly. Confectionary.. 14 7 00
Win Johnston, Store • - 14 ' . 700
James Ferguson, Store:. ..... .....- ..... ..... • 14 . 7.00
W A Mackey & Son. Store 14 7 00
James M Rankin, Grocery-- ... 14 7 00
Isaac Clugsttm, Store -' • • 14 . 7 00
W A Mackey:Store -•- • 14 •• ' 1 00'
John W Everett & Bro., Store ' - -14 70 0
METAL TOWNSII.IP. •
JS Skinner, 5t0re....1 • - 14 „ 700
W S M'Allen, Store ' 14 ' - 7'oo
Jll Walker, 5h0e5.......... -- •- • 14- 700
M'Curdy .k.. - - Montzenery, Store 14 700
Samuel Walker, F0rg0....., -- 14 700
,Purnace - ' ' 14 700
AN APPEAL wilt be held on Friday, the Bth day
of Aprif, 1864. at the;ConanasiomEas'OTHlCS, in tho -
Borough of Chambersbafg, when andwhero all per
sons interested who are_not satisfied with the above
elassiBcation may 'attend if" they see proper. No
appeals can be had afterthe Bth day of April. Given
undel• my hand, this TOth day. of Marsh 1864. ' •
JOHN BOWMAN, ; Mercantile Appraiser.
tice is hereby-given that Letters oliAdministra
tion de bonia non ciovteetamaito annexo orillio Es
tate of Francis Robison, late of Montgomery town
shiP, doted, have been granted to the undersigned,
residing in'Antrim township. ' . '
All personmknowing themselves indebted to said-
Estate will please make immediate payment: and
those having deka, will present them properly au
thenticated for settlement.
mar 23 LEWIS P. SREGGS, Adm'r.
ADMiNISTItATOIiS' NOTICE. No
lice is hereby given that Letters of Administra
tion on the Estate of Leonard Sellers, late of Guil
ford township, decd, have; been granted to the un
dersigned, residing in said township.
All persons knewmg themselves indebted to said
Estate -will please make immediate payment; and
those having claims will present them properly au
thenticated for settlement.
A: B. WINGERT:t AAln •
mar 23 • ; JOHN DOWNEY.I ; s'ars
A DMINISTRA.TOR'S NOTICE.-N -
ticoialierebyy even that Letters of Administra
tion on the Estate bf Nancy Finefroek. tate-of ; the
Borough of Chautliersburg,dee'd, have been granted
to the undersiqued;residing in said Borough.
All persons knowing themselves indebted- to said
Estate will please poke ininsediate payment: and
those having claims Will present them properly au
thenticated for settlement.
mar 23 - HENRY PINEPROCK, Adler.
EXECUTORS; ir E is
hereby given that Letters Testamentary to the
Estate of Peter 'Wester. late of Antrim township.
dad, have been granted to the undersigned, resid
ing in said township.
AB persons 'knowing themselves indebted to said
Estate will please Make immediate payment: and
those having claims will present them properly au
thenticated for settsement.
BENJAMIN SNIVELY. Ez'r.
EXECUTOR'S 'NOTICE:—Notiee is
hereby given that Letters Testamentary to the
Estate of Henry Horst, late of Southampton tn'p.,
deceased, have been granted to the undersigned, re
siding in Green township.
All persons knowing themselves indebted to said
Estate will Please make immediate payment; and
those having claims will please present them pro
perly authenticated for settlement.
LEVI HORST. t
mar 16 L. EBERSOLE, .1 Exeenthrs*
WALNUT LO S .—FARMERS
y y TAKE Norms! I—Wo will give 12 eta per aolia
or cubicloot for LARGE WALNUT LOGS of good quaff
"ly,, delivered at our Hilt. The lugs must measure 20
inches or more in diameter, fourteen feet from the stump
in which case we will take the whole tree up to 10 inches
diameter. We will also make SPECIAL CONTRACTS
ler extra goodirees.' These terms are offered until the
tat of April next.
dec 30.3 m SHEPLER, CLARK & CO.
s - 7 TO $l5O PER MONTH.—The
eJ LITTLII GIANT Sewing Machine Com
pany want an Agent in each county. tosolicit orders
for their new $l5 Machine s with ;range screw-driver
and extra needles.' We will pay a liberal salary and
expenses, or give large commissions. For ,further
- particulars, terms.'d:c. enclose astam_p..and address
'T. S. PAGE.-Toledo, 0.,
febl7-3m General Agent for thelYnited States.
A N T TID —Correspondence by a
iYouttv Man from Mississippi who for his firm
ness to the Stars and Stripes , has been driven away
from his once beloved home, and.now , a subject of
Abe , i, wishes to correspond with some nice Lady
between the ale-of 18'and21. Object-7 Love, with a
view to matrimony. All letters strictly confidential.
Address with PhotoKraph enclosed - A. B.
EnZ3-3t 5 ) Co Ir, V'C,'Port
WANTED. -'-A good JOURNEYMAN
WEAVER good_ wages will_ bo given at
Central Woolen Fnetom near Chambersburg.
feblo-tf H. EMBICH le SON.
WANTED.---109 bushels vS MALL
T T ONIONS, ,I will pay $3 per bnehel for them,
if in good order. t [fob A. d. MILLER..
UTANTED-4-FITRS OF ALL 'KINDS
I will pay the-bigbest price in crush. for the
Red and Grey Fox', Mink, Muskrat. Raccoon. Opos
um and Rabbit Skins. J. L. DECRERT.
1864 ", 0 T R
114k i T •11 1 0 A CH &c
.EXTEA 311. N A. T'O R
. ,”15 years . establlshedin 'N. Yeeitp"
-"Only infallible remedieslcnciwn. ' •
, • "Free from Poisons."
"Not dangerous to the Human Family." •
Rata come out of their holes to, die."
'Allit4;l3old by all Druggists everyirhere. •
44-.1 IT Beware !Li; of all wortblel3s imitations.
".Costar's"lrepot, 1410. 482 Rroadway. '
A5l-..501d,b7 all iir,holesale and-Retail Druggists: in -
Rent the new Prattle BO!ding erected ea ?dart.
"het street, from' Rio Ist of April next: The Kemal,
fdtir on each story, are well adapted either for Store
Roome or Shops. and will be rented singly or other
itise,tt• moat convepleat; Ijan2oJ J. colgt,
EintlresSTtia-ERS will liaoo;tl6iteturr-oti9Alo
lowing accountants - hive fettled' thew 'accounts" riy
the Register's rate, sl i firnklin:Countv. and that
the sanurwill pros Co
the Orphans' Court
for , eonfirmation; , op; W dinWidro4. , the 13th-day of
'Ariril,l6s4, at thoCbuit House in 'Chamberabnag :
53. Account of Joseph Saixely, Jr.; Executor-, Of
John Rowe, Sr.. late of Groeneastle, deed.
b r Crider. Guardian of
minor Children of
Joseph littiller, decease& • "• ' '
65. First and final :Aeconntof 11.• EttentAtl
ministrutor of Wm. 4. K er , l i eir e as s - d ;
56. Second Account ofV. ra hi. Stoner and Davit:llV
Stoner. -Executors of l:1mm Stoner;late.oftfntera
57, FnuUAccount of Morr,ow R. SkinrierAlditr'
dian of:jblear,iAta,.-[Henri- minor - Childtd' Henry'
Bohlery late of urgan township dee'd... '
58. Amount. of Abrnhare IkeolerAntaten othire..
daughter of Christian Burkholder,
late of.G.ord township, deted. L
39. First and final Acco,unt-Rf 11124 7 ; "Oro' yel'AA
ministratrix of Win:Groye r dtcpaied. • • ;
Aocennt ,of . Jacob 'N. Flinder. Administrator,
b.d. n: c : a.. of Monty, Fliridor. late of Chs i o e rs.
burg, deo'd. • ,
61. First an'dfinaileeount of John Crawford, ,A 4 t..
ministrator of Nang,
,Crawford, Into of Onilford
township deceased.' - '
62.. First Acebtiat of 11. R. filoraish and Satiate!
_John Burnish, late, of An.
trim toWnShip,- doceasoll.: _
Guilford twp.. deceased. - •
64. Pint and final" ' , Accorritt alienry_ liege awl
Christian Lesher. Executors of Jacob floge..lato of
Guilford towp., deceased, '•'
65. First and - final account of A. H. Etter t _GUitr=
I , ion ofmran Rymer, miner-Child of 'Jacob mynor k
- - -
6G. Piot -*Coot:hit'. of David .Kell of - anti 'Henry
Brubaker. ,Bsecutois of Henry, Brubaker4lite of
'Peters township. - deceased;
67. First Account - of J. G. McClure and H. Mc-
Clure, Administrators of - Andrew McClure, tato - of
Fannett township J deceased. . „ _
L6B. Account of acob_ Pensinger. Administrator of
Simon W. Rupleyjate-ef Greencastle, dec'd.
69. Account of Jrisepli A. , Kreps. acting, Execu
tor of Wm. McCune, late of orcershurg. M eo%
70. First. Account of. Magdalena peirer,..EsPCO
trix, P..Lllenry Peiffer and T. B. Kennedy,' Exam::
tors of Philip Pelf:for, late Of ,Chambersnarg deecti
71. First and Snal Aeconnt of-Sazal Metlhare.'
Administrator of Isabella Poe, late of Letterkenny
72. First and final Account of Abraham Benedict.
Administrator of John Mann, late of Antrim *tsp..'
deceased.. . - o : •
I . 73. First and, final Accoant bf Sbmitel.Benediet. 2
Administrator of Elizabeth Brubaker, late . of Mont-
gotaery township: deceased.
74. Find and final account of •11. P. BloPharland. -
Administrator of John McPbarland. deceased:
75. First and final account-of R. P..ll.lePbarland.';
Administrator of Robert ilicPbarland deed.
mar 16 a'ENRY STRICKLER, Register/4
TOTI,CE.—The following-named ;per
sons have filed PETITIONS FOR LICENSE
in the Clerk's Office, to be presented to the Court at
the' nest. term, commencing on Monday, Ike llth•
day of April next. to wit: - •
Daniel Trostle. Tavent,'Chambersburg, 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 S-Brown, do do, , • "' do •
'Jacob Sellers, do do -
John Gordon. ' - do Hamilton township., -
Mrs Susan Elliott,. • do - do do-, •
John Hassler, • do . 'St Thomag.
J R - Tan'kersley ". • .do .• -;
Charles do :St Thomas township. -
John Mullen, - do do . do.
John Treher, •do Loudon: •- • -
James Mullen. • do -t- do - -•-
Thortfas McAfee, - do ' • Mercersbotr. ' • ;
J .1i Murphy. . - do •do
Jacob Elliott, - do Welsh Run. •• •
Foreman k pills, -do Greencastle. : -
Brant ar,Detrich. - do- :do
John' Adameo r do do
L Bilurts„ • do Waynesboro.
Francis. Bow den, : do . do
JCR Eckman,..-= do - do •
Folk. do Washington to*neP---
David Miller, - • do . Monterey Boring":
11 M .Tonee,,' :-. do .Quinc y. Merin; Middintr, do• -do. •.'; • .:
Andrew Shank, do .' Funkstown. ,
John Kuhn, do do -
John Spidle, • -do Green .
Margaret, Holland. do: do
John S Brown, , -"do - Fayetteville,- '• -
William- Rupert, ' do do -
B F Snyder, • do Now Franklin.
Elizabeth Filson, do • Marion.
Martin Shoemaker, do Greenvillage. •-• •
John Kyner, • ; .", Orrstowa. , = . •
Abraham Keefer,' do • Isatterkennitosimaii...;
David Guyer, do s• . - do ' •
JacOb Nusbaum. ' do do .
John R Weis% ' do' ' Btrasburg.
Jeremiah Zullinger, ,do do
Geo. 31'Goven. do Metal township.- , -
Jesse M Joon, do Fannettsburg. , • -
Benjamin'Cronse,' do Dry Run. - , •
John Gosborn. ' ,do Doylesbur. • -
B F Culbortson. - do . Ambereon's Valley.
Miller k Croft, Wholesale Liquor Store, Chamb'g.
S F Greenawalt do do do do
mar233t W. a. MITCHELL, Clerk.
PBOCLAMATION.—To the Coroner,
the Justices otthe Petice. and the Constables
of the different townships in the ecaintY of Frank
greeting: Know all ye, that in pursuance ono -
prevgpt to me directed, under the hand nod:seal Of
the Bon. JAMES FILL, President of the Several
Courts of Common Please, intbeSixteenth District.
consisting of the counties of Bonaeracp; Bedford.'
Fulton and Franklin, and by virtue of b Aloe, the'
Court of Oyer and Terminor and General Jail 'De-.
livery for the trial of capital and other offenders'
therein and .in the General' Conti of quarter ' Ser
Sins of the Peace„.and Wit.t.tem W. l'A;trog and
Jesse O. OARSOZP., Judges of the SLULOC,COADtr,
of Fr a nklin. You and'ettch of you are hereby, re
(mired to hound appear in your proper personevtith'
your - Records; Reeohnizenees, Examinations, :and,
other Remembrances before the judges aforesaid,:
at Chambersbnig, nt a Cot of Oyer and Terminer
and General Jail- Delivery, and. General Quarter
Session of - the Pence. therein' toile holden for the
County of Franklin aforesaid; on the 2nd Monday.
in April, bean the 11th' don in the month, at-lit o'-
clock in the forenoon of thatday. then end Aerate
dodhose things, which to your several offices upper-,
43A.von ufider.my -hand.a: Cban: ers .
day, of Alarch, 1864. • - SAMUEL BRAIiDT,
larch 16 ,
LIST OF , CAUSES FOR TRIAL _IT,
April Tertsi, 1864. CoMmon Picas. couneriiti ,
Monday. April llth, 18641
John Jr Sol. Ely ' o rs Fratißlin.runk;
MichaolZellara ' vs James, Rule.
vs Wm. A. liazetet.
Matthias Phillipy .
' 'John , .Ashway, r
S a'• Pennock Co ra Win. - Reber. - . -
Solomon Allison va .11riab P; &alai;
Jas. 8. Rom, Executrix vs_ J. S. lloscnbury Bet'.
Solomon Raker. Philip Rynor'S.Adm'P.
March 16 K. S. TAYLOR,
VOTICE,—In the "matter Of the iietiti*
IA of fletiil,S t iliiller„ Administrater, - the tfri-,
tate'of Ephraim Stabler. late of Guilford town,ship,
deceased, which was presentedto the OrphansTeurt
on the 22d day of TelinzarY.ll364;praying said Court
for a review of his aecountef said estate, and to have
the confirmation taken' off of said account, and also
the Auditor's report on the same. The Courtarder
and decree that notice be-given to all parties inter- ,
°Stel, to be and 'appear at the April Terra of said
Court and show valise, if .any they Invo,' , whrr the
prayer of the petitioner should not be answered. •
marl -3t G.. AUTCLIELL,i Clerk.
tiee k hereby given that • teitiers of Adminis-,
tration on the Estate , of JaMes Alexander v isto
of Fanned township , deneaded' have been granted
to the undersigned,:residing in'rannott township.
All persons knowing themselves indebted to said
Estate will please make innitediate. pal*ent; 84.
those having claims will present them proporly
thentioated foreettlement, :B. 0-DUCA/VOX,
mar 16' • - AdminiStratoi:
DMINISTRATOWS NOTTetr--440L --
. ties is hetet* , glieniliat Letters Of. Aditninistria
ti nen the' Estate - Anne, W., Wingert, late of
Washington township, deceased ' have been granted
to the undersigned, residing in •Washington twP. , •
All persona anciwing themselTesitidehted-to: said
Estate will please- pate , iminediatelayillent; -ant
those -having elauslS will , prtisent theu(-,ProPptl%
authenticated for settlement
ranch 2 1 k ;;- AAROIS-CAVIRGEMAiIbi'V.
U-XE C ITT 0 WiI::jIOTICE,-;-' Notice
. 1 ./. - is hereby given that bottom ;Taktesnantary in tbe
B a h*, of David Zfuuntirtiar4 late of.Elcuitiumuitoirtivo4
deC'd, have been granted to the undawdipsed, residing in
All persons knowing themsalved indebted to said ti
Tate *JD please inAke Immediate payment; 'ask lbw
having elairns.will meant them. properly - saitkrenticated
tbr settlement.. , JORDi Wilk . _ Rlti ,- - -, ' " '" ",
DAVID ZJIIIIDELICAN, Ditecutori
Sok 2t.. , W r a, BLAIR; • , -- '-• •-""" '•'
I"XECUTOR'S PNOTICE.:—Notce i•
-hereby given that letters Testamentary lathe'
Estate of, John W. Jordan. - late of Chambersb.-
deed has been granted to the .tuldersiguel
lag. is the Borough of - Chamhersburg.
All persons knowing themselves iudebtate sdid
Estate will please make immediate payment: and
these hating eldims.will present them PreeerlY!tal"
theuticated for settlete_ent. ‘"
• mar ANNIN-E:JORDAL.EreotittiL-r