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No. Enrolled. ukzi- Defie
2 gi o t a el Cromer
-N o. E n rolled, 241. , De6ci.
1 Israel Brown
2 John mu
3 Seth Dicker,
6 l D
'7 J Potter
s H enri Brubaker
9 Jacob lirinrr
.10 liettt L M'Lellan I
XI HearY Hea d y
13 Michael Rier
ney, 15. To bn Drawn, 23
13 Josiah Iser
14 Joseph Cuff ;cord)
15 George Rider
16 Edward Fisher
17 Win Williams
18 Michael Hoover
19, John Friner
20 Sohn Webster
21 Josuph Fulton •
2.1 Gee Rortabangh
1 21 Thomas Rock
s o , Enrolled. 266. Defici
2 John Hicks
:3 Belt/ 31 unemuchet•
4 D 31 Miller
6 John Poe
6 John IV Zook
7 Wok Mentzer of
6 Wm Stull
t John,Suturners .
10 B-F Burer
11 West Bett g terson (cola)
,1:3 Curtis Lowry of G
13 Calein Speciman
• 14 A'S Monti
ey. IS. To be Drawn, 27
95 Daniel I3ittinger
16 Smith Kinr •
17 Daniel Miller
18 Daniel Hann
19 Samuel Hefner
20 Daniel Thompson
21 Jacob S Null
David Beaver •
Z 3 George L Knepper
24 Daniel Bricker
25 Hiram E Wertz
26 Peter Whitmore Sr
27 Edward Lee (cord)
No,. Enrolled, 163. Defici ,
1 David Keller
2 Jos Newcomer •
$ Henry Peouts •
*O. Enrolled, 178. ,Deficie
1 John Beatty
2 William Shirk (cord) I
• $ Adam Geise
4 Benjamin Johnston
5 John W Martin
6 William C Golden
7 John Hall (cord/
Charles Hogan (cord)
9 Val ltudoloh
10 Samuel Gilbert
11 George Locket (coi'd)
Li Samuel Hoover -
Not Enrolled, 65. Delkie
1 Geo C Martin ,
4 Henry Shirk -
b Peter Keefer
6 George McCleary
7 Jerome Peck
8 James Conner
0 John Gress
10 Jonathan Yeakle
11 Samuel Seachrist
No. Efrollod, zat Deacti
1 Abitibi= Stamy
2 W Sikuhns
8 Joseph Bouehet
4 Henry liastors
-6 W H Brown
6 AI 'F Delf
Lewis F Beard
8 Samuel-If Brown
9 M. S Newcomer
10 .Henry J Waddle
11 John Shank
12 Elias Snowberger
13 Thomas Cunningham
14 John 11 Cully I
I& W IL Patton
16 Charles Jackson '
17 David 0 Tracy
No. Enrolled. 138. Deficiency, 15. To be Drawn, 23.
1 Benjamin Lam pkins 13 Walter E Krobs
2 Jeremiah Cooper ILI Jeremiah Miller
,8 Thomas Butler (cord) 13 Jeremiah Zimmerman
4 James Bonner 49 H S Bonebrake
.5. W Q Smith 17 Charles T Rohyual
Rt. W H French ' 18 W B Hunter -
i Henry Bell 19 Augustus Fisher
8 John Philips' ' 20 George Honstino
9 David S Bonebrake 21 Samuel Kuhns
14 John Kline '...,.."" Josiah Bakener
11 William Lokas 23 Jacob H. Forney
12 Patterson Overfield .
The draft he made to-morrow (Tjaurs
day) for Somerset ; on Friday, for Adams and
Fulton, and on Saturday for Bedford. The
Board will zit in Chambersburg from Monday
the Gth of June to Saturday the 11th, to hear
claims for etemption i receive commutation mo
ney and substitutes; in Gettysburg from Mon
day the 13th to Friday the 17th ; in McColl
nellsburg from Monday the 20th - to Wednesday
the 2241; in Bedford from Friday the 24th of
June to Friday the Bth of July, and in Somer . -
set from Monday the 11th of July to Monday
.The following exhibits ~the nett deficiency
of each county, with the number drawn:
Nett Quota. No. Drafted.
.... 307 461
..... 173 259
The drafted men should attend promptly on
the day they are notified to report to the Pro.
Gisela ,Wrrti OUR Fetisei.j-June lit,
"leafy June," the loveliest month of the year.
How many Jones we can can bp mind, and how
aneeh fuller of sad than of joyous reminiscences!
In spite of tour jaunty gossip style, memory
reverts sixteen years to an event in our life that
time has not even mellowed. ' I Whethat resided
in C. at that tithe cannot remember the untimely
'death of little Ban Si But thirteen years old,
unusually intelligent, precocious only in knowl
edge of books, a proof reader in a stereotype
foundry when eight years of age, well instruct
ed in the ancient and modern classics, brightas
a anitlxam, and happy as a lark, on a bright
June morning, 1618—Tying cold and atiti-on the
banks of the Conoeocheague before the sun had
(declined far toward the western mountains.-
The • eirenoastllnces were peculiarly sorrowful
—away from home, so little, in charge of an
older brother, accompanied by one young friend
of the same age, whose unassisted,. though
manly efforts were powerless to 'save, his dying
struggles witnessed almost within reaching (Ba
lance by a poor wretch paralyzed by terror r his
hands outatretched in vain entreaty toward half
dozen cowardly creatures who had collected
from a neighboring field, fitiuter and fainter his
exertions till the treacherous stream closed
quietly. over him—this, too; in five feet of wa
ter. We Aare not lift the veil that conceals the
4irietof the stricken family. The body was er
tiock'eveitliting tleit inedieal selectee mull,
suggest to: restore life was done by a akilftit
Phisidatv but fititlessly, his calm, peaceful
face - seeming to mock ail endeavor; this world
with its few joys and many sorrows was ended
to the, little fellow, but for sixteen Jong years
these eyes Race so bright, then staring so blindly
have continned to make their mute appeal to
Our town _is quipt. Almost breathless we
await the issue of he terrific battles in Virginia.
Tir_bp . or not to be - safe during the coming
entemer—is the question . In the absence of
waists, active excitements we watched a
fight one day last week with great interest.
Tho.aolittett was between a little and a. big
dog. The time was well selected. Dewy, morn
had uotYet " dried up," long 91110014'8yd shaded
the arena, cool breezeiplayed through the clear
atmosphere; 'Nature was buoyant, and yet the
wicked .dogs took -" delight in bark and bite,"
apparently for no other reason than " it is their
Milaire."' The contest: was Unequal, and as is
;wind, naiad stud to li( l 'elpeeted, - the big dog/
' G BOROUG3I. - ..
ency, 2 To be Drawn, 3.
3 John 11 Snider
ency, 3. To be Prawn. 5
. 4 Andrew 31 Kohn
5 Jacob F Reamer
• ney, 15. To be Dravfn,.
113 David Dollar
14 Daniell Gilbert_
45 David Garman -
II& Michael Hassler
117 Benjamin Ford (cord)
119 William Reeside
120 John Rowe
121 John C Days
122 Sol D Kell
1 :2 Josiah Etter
ncY, 14. To be Drawn, 21
113 Leonard Fritz
;14 Agailla Ward
115 Henri• Thomas
1& Jonathan S Myers
117 Calvin Cook
IS David Shier
'l9 Abraham Cullar
'2O Wm M Phinicie
21 Jacob Zimmerman
ney. to be Drawn, 33.
18 Lewis Ditch
in Win 'Mort
120 Daniel Bonebrake
t2l John 01lex'
122, Daniel Leashure •
123 Daniel J Boing
124 Jacob S Fnnk
;25 John Hess
128 Morrow Burns
27 John \Viols
120 John Hoke
30 John Sollenberger -
31 13 F Goff
132 Daniel Resh
33 Benjamin Frantz
had the best if - it. - A
crowd rushed ti the fray,
some incited by curiosity, and ofhelrs by the
martial feeling so peculiar', to ruialZ districts.
The dogs wrestled as the' the fateW"agea—of
dogs—yet unborn" rested upon their proWess.
The little dog struggled gallantly, but the big
dog was manifestly the stronger. We looked
in vain for some " strategy" by which the little
dog should circumvent the big one. • We hoped
against hope that the little dog might tlok his
opponent like Grant, or achieve a reputation
like Sigel, by his skill in retreat. O'for a re
inforcement! Other dogs were standing armind,
but no one to aid the little hero. ." Ho ! Carlo.
to the rescue!" wo shouted .internally. Sud
denly a generous friend of ours seized an enor
mous stone and prepared to launch it with all
his force at the head of the huge brute. _‘• Strug
gle a, little while longer, little fellow," we
thought, "the gunboats are about• to iipen 7 - : .
" From a tall pilele rends a pointed rock
High o'er the curbstone flew the massy load,
And toward the dog came thunderiurs like a flood."
The stone flew hissing through the air, as
though hurled from a catapult, and struck
the 1117 LE tlogsenseless to the earth. Slowly and
sadly we turned' from the scene of conflict, and
reflectively murmured to ourselves 'the memor
able language of Caesar: "Save nie from my
A friend sends us the following receipt for
making egg nog "beat up one egg'very fine,
and Mix in as much nog as you can stand.'!
ANOTHER SUPPOSED SPY. CAPTU R E D-OR
Sunday last I,fr. Jacob M. Funk, of Marcers
burg, who has been devoting his attention re
cently to the arrest of deserters, met a man on
the South Mountain whose appearance was sus
picious. He accosted- him, and upon queition
lag the person he was convinced that the stran
ger was a spy. - He at once arrested him, and
brought hint to Capt..Eyster althis place, whO,
after an examination, committed him to prison.
The prisoner . gives, his name as -Mordaunt
Winchester, of Frederick, Md., and has papers
and memoranda on his person showing that to
be his name, He had about him a-quantity of
gold, some rebel money, and, as his papers
clearly established the fact, he admits that be
left Richmond about one month ago. '--itnong
other papers in his_ possession is one issued by
a rebel officer in Richmond, stating that Mr.
Mord Aunt Winchester, "having given evidence
of his nationality," is Allowed certain privileges;
and he has sketches of fortifications, Mit they
sannot be identified. He is quiteAn intelligent
man, evidently well educated; is tall and.slen
der, has Ted hair and whiskers, light blue eyes
and is slightly bald. He is very shabbily clad,
and his clothing is filthy. It is very evident
'that he has been out on a tour of observation for
some weeks, and that he was trying to find his
way back to Virginia. Ho admits that he has
been dealing in the rebel lines—speculating as
he says, and alleges when arrested, he was on
his way to Frederick, but why he should come
sotar out of his route, is difficult of explanation.
It is believed that the same man was. in this
place last summer before the invasion, and
perhaps with the, rebel army, and any of our
citizens who remeinbet having seen such a per
son should call with the Provost Marshal with
the view of identifying him.
There is no doubt but that rebel spies have
have been in our midst on the Southern border
during the last sixty days. - Lloyd; the man
wounded and arrested by officer Latshaw re
cently in the South Mountain, evidently left the
rebel lineslate iu April. He - had among other
memoranda, a note reminding him to procure
needl4 for Wheeler & Wilson's sewing ma•
chines ; a recipe. for some sort of Greek fire,
and a letter from his mother telling him to call
on a certain tailor—place of residence not giv
en—make himself known and he would •be re
ceived kindly. She also states that cerWn par
ties have been °in Baltimore, that slieWis• just
paid her exorbitant taxes, and that provisions
are fearfully high: ' - •
—ft would seem pretty clear that another in
,iasion.of the - North entered into the plans of
the rebels this spring, and these spies have been
sent at to reconnoitre the ground ; but they
left before Gen. Grant commenced his mareli
to Richmond. It was manifestly Lee's hope
and purpose to defeat rant in the Wilderness
and compel him to retreat across the Rapidan;
and that once accomplished, Lee would proba
bly have concentrated his energies in another
desperate effort to transfer thewar to Northern .
soil. He did not calculate tipon retreating him
self under the fortifications of his capital in a
thirty days' campaign. His spies therefore have
simply periled their lives for nought, and two
of them have Tumid quarters as prisoners to
learn that Leejs driven back upon Richmond.
Bttoxg;JAitc.—Oik Wednesday night of last
week, six prisoners effected their escape from
the Jail in this place. Their=names are—Mac.
Hamilton, (colored) awaiting trial for murder,
and John Helurg, Co. M, 22.41 Penna. Cavalry ;-
Wm. Van Dyke, Jacob Van Dyke, and Jacob
H. Coons, of Co. B, sth New York Artillery,.
and William Sissom Co.' G7 - 120th New York
Vols.,—all arre4ted by the Provost Marshal as
deserters. • They had been locked inside of the
Jail building in the evening, and "when they sup
posd the Sheriff, to be out, they asked for a
bucket of water; When Abe servant girl open
ed the,dbor to hand in • the water, they struck
the girl on the arm with a stick, and rushed out
of the Jail and made their escape. On Satur
day-morninglast the negro returned to the Jail
voluntarily and gave himself up. What his mo
tive was for doing so, can scarcely be conjec
tured, as he is imprisoned on a charge that will
demand his life if he is found guilty. " He re
ports that he left the deserters in Amberson's
Valley. Any citizen is entitled to a reward Of
S3J for the arrest of a deserter, aid we doubt
not that the citizens of the Valley can, with a
little strategy, gather most of these deserters
up. We learn that Capt. Eyster-laii placbd'a
special guard about the Jail to prevent We es
cape of deserters and military prisoners here.
CUMBERLAND FAIR.—The Cumberland
County Agricultural Society has decided to hold
a Fair•on the grounds at Carlisle, on the 12th,
13th and 14th of October nest.
DIVIDEND.—The First National Ban of
Waynesboro'• have declared a semi-annual divi
dent of four per cent.
itiji''l,,ixiiiiiitiit - oiiiiiiiertil:,, luiii
S P t ‘ et AI. COuivr.-A special term of the
Court of Common Pleas was held here last
week by Judge Grahanr of Carlisle, with Assn_
dates Ctirsoft and Paxton. The following' ises
were disposed of:
Polly Piper vs Dyrirman and Catharine his
wife ; Summons in Account. Verdict for Plff.
for $300,00.. Reilly, Sharpe, Kennedy &
3111 for nr.--I(immell, Bre'wer and Orr for
Adam Auglinbatigli vs Sawn& Braun:iv& and
Michael Reed, Executors of Geo. Branthaver,
dee'd, Summons case. Verdict for Plff. for
525. Clal.e and Sharpe for Plff.—Kinnnell,
Kennedy & Kill for Dens.
John Beaver et al vs K. Thomas andflhornas
L. Gillespie Summons in ejectment. Verdict
for Plff. for six cents damages. Kb:emelt and
Kennedy & Nill for Plffs.-I.lrewer, Sharpe and
Stenger for , Defts.
In consequence of the extreme illness of Judge
Niii, judge Graham• adjourned the ceurt on
IDENTIFIED.—The man who W:iis found mur
dered in Gabby's lime-kiln last fall, and for
which a negro named Mae Hamilton is now
awaiting trial, has been identified. His mine
was William Dix, of one of the Western coun
ties of New York. He had enlisted in the'lsth
New York Cavalry; had-been paid bounty by
Owe& county, New York but a few weeks
before his death, and had deserted. District
Attorney Stenger found some pieces of paper
about him, and when arrange'd together they
presented a due bill for ten dollars due to Wm.
Dix, 15th New YOrk Cavalry. He informed
the Colonel,W the 'regiment of the fact, and he
answered Wit Wm. Dix had been mustered,
a few weeks before his death; that he had been
paid WO bounty; that he bad loaned ten dol
lars to a member of his company whose name
was, signed to the note, and that he 14 desert
ed, since which he bad not been heard from.
It is evident therefore that the unfortunate
man . was Wm. Dix. The negro now in prison
charged with the murder, mill be tried at the
August term. •
SUDDEN DEXTH.i-Th6 Fulton Repultlica'n of
last week says that their Community were
startled on Stturdoy evening last, on hearing of
the sudden death of Mr. Charles McNulty, one
of the oldest citizens of that borough. At the
time of his death, he was sitting'in the door of
his son's stable looking at some men uploading
a load of corn.* He had walked up to the sta
ble from the house, apparently in -his usual
health, sat down at the door, and a few minutes
after was observed by some boys play ing near,
to fall over on his face, and almost immediately
expire. He was about 73 years of ager4tl
KILLED AI , ID Wm;NuEn.—Mr. David Bow
man of this vicinity, says the Waynesboro Rec
ord, had fear of five 'eons wounded in the late
battles Calvin. we rivet to learn, died from
his wounds in Waitington. -He bad been'shot
in the band, on tie chin and through the left
breast. Franklin lost a finger and is_now at
home on furlough. David was seriously injured
from a fall in a ....large. :Upton had one of his
legs broken from a "shot in the wilderness and is
supposed to be a prisoner. David Mowen, of
Waynesboro', was Wounded in ige./'s late
fight in the Valley, and is now in Martinsburg.
BARN BURNED.—On Tuesday evening of
last week during the heavy tinder storm that
passed over M'Connellsburg, the barn of Mrs.
Martin, in Ayr -township, about two and a hall
miles South West of, that borough, was struck
by lightning and burned to the grou . nd. There
was no grain and very little hay or straw in the
barn. A cow in one of the stables - war driven
out find saved. We think there was no insu-
C oNFERENCL—The counties of Bedford,
Fulton and Somerset beld. 11, conference in Bed•
ford yesterday, to , select a Delegate for the
western end of this district to the Baltimore
CoOention. We have not heard the result.
C4RRECTIoN.—The United Brethren i nChrist
will dedicate their new pimrett edifice; in St.
Thomas on Sunday next, the sth of June, in
stead of the 15th, as stated in last week's
CONTRIBUTION.—We have received from
Mr. George Flack-$lO for the Sanitary Com
COUNTRY people look to your interest Take
your Lard, Baeon, Dried Fruit 'and marketing to
Gelwicks', where you will receive the higliesl price
in cash, and see the largest stock of.Fi:ah . in town at
I?EPO_Ri ; OF
Cii tutu:Rs nun., May 24. 1864.
Flour—White., $7 00 Butter 4
Flour—Red ... 650 Eggs 12
Wheat—White 151) Lard 12
Wheat=- - Red -140 Tallow Is
Rye 125 Baeou—kla sus 15
Corn 100 Bacon—Sides 11
Oats 75 soup Beans 200
Clover Seed • 600 Washed Wool 60
Timothy Seed - 100 Truwashed Wool-- 40
Flax Seed 250 Pared Peaches 3no
Potatoe.—Meurer... 50 VI - spared Peachaq .. 3 00 ,
Potatoes—PinkEyes .45 brie(' AppleQ 200
PHIL t, .May ;1.1864
The Flour market 'presents no new features.—
There is very little shipping and only 1500 libls 801(1
at $7 50(07 75, extra and S 7 750'•3 50, extra family,
receipts light. Rye flour is steady sts7, and Corn
Meal at 575 bbl.; - There is a; firm feeling in
Wheat but not much demand : sales of 3,000 bus, of
red at sl' 80@1 85, and white at $1 08&.2 05. Ry e
commands $1 5504 60. Corn was advanced and is
in demand; sales of yellow at $1A0(0,1 48. Oats in
a better demand; and 6.000 bus. 'sold at 86(48 eta.
Clorerseed sells at $6 25J6 50; Timothy at $3, and
Flaxseed at $ a 40.
rhilade phia Cattle Market.
PIiILADFARRIA, MtLy 31. 1864.
Demand for beef cattle good, prices well main
tained; 32.000 head arrived and sold at from 15 to
19c per lb. for common • extra as per quality.—
Sheep are in demand; city prices have declined 2e
per lb. 5000, head, arrived and sold at from 63.4@
for clipped, and .V4(4)10 1 / 2 oper lb.. gross, for
wool sheep, as to quality. Cows, about 175 head,
sold at from $25 to S7O per head as to qualito
Hogs are without change ; about '2,200 head arrived
and sold at from $ll tosl3 the 200 lbs nett, as to
[ i ry TELAGRmiIi a
Philkde phia Stack rket.
PHILADELPHIA.. May 31. 1864.
Stocks dull—Penna. fives 98; Reading R. R. 69;
Long Island —: Penna. R. R. 71; Gold 1.90; ex
change on Nevi York par.
NOTICIS HEREBY GlirtN lee
the public that my wife - Mary Ann having left
my bed and boardwithout muse, I hereby warn ail
persons against giving her any credit away - desene -4,
tion on my account, as I am determined to pry to;
bill - on her amount.
iungl.3t PETER AMMAN.
•- i CE. cßEAlL—Burkhart & Henahey
are now prepared to supply re Cream day and
litrlttje-anY quantity desired. - • 3nnel '
BY MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH,
EXCLUSIVELY FOR THE FRANKLIN REPOSITORY.
By the Atlantic and Ohio . Telegraph Line.--:Office
at t , hll , ..'eek'a Book store and IL 8., Depot.,
Grant's Army Across the Panatinkey--
The Advance Thee Mlles Beyond to
ward Richmond—Sharp Cavalry ,Ert
gagement—The Rebels Driven Back—
Lee In Front or Richmond.
WASHINGTON, May 30.
dispatch from Cep. Grant has just been
ceceived, it is dated May :29th, at Hanover
town, and states that the army has been sue
cessfully crossed over the ParnuniteY, and now .
occupies a front about three miles south of the
Yesterday two division's of our eavalry had a
severe engagement with the enemy south'of
Haines' Store, driving him about a mile, upon
what appears to lie his new line 4 We will
and ottt all about him tolday.
Oar loss in the cavalry engagement was 350
killed and Wounded, of whom but 44 are aseer ;
Mined to have been killed: We having `driven
the enemy, most of the killed and many of the
wounded fell into our hands. -
Another official dispatch dated yesterda Yufter
noon at 2 o'clock, details the Movements of the
several corps then in progress, but up to that
time there Was no engagement. '
Earlier dispatches from Headquarters had
been sent, but failed to reach Washington.
E. 31. STA.I9IIN, SeCT of War.
Important from Gen. Butler—i Part of
his Command Tra violet; r ettto the
Army of the Potomac..'
Foirigss I:to:mot. May 30th
It is no limier improper to speak of the im
portant movements that have been progressing
in this Department during the past tWq,Alays,
as they tire now fully accomplished: - 15. large
portion of the troops at 13.. - tunda mired un
der GE - 1m Butter have been trap erred. under
the command of Gen. Smith, to the Army ofthe
. The troops were sent in transportswith griat
celerity up the York River to the White House,
the new base orsuppliesfcir Gen. Grant. • Gene.
Smith and Brooke passed up yesterday. Gen.
Gilmore remains with Gen. 'Butler at Bermtidq
Hundred, also Gen& Ames and Wild;
Large supplies have been sent up to the
Important form Gen. Slit c‘tom an—Gen
McPherson Defeats the Rebels near
Dallas—His Loss 2,600.
WASFUSGTON, May 10th.
No official dispatches from the Army of:the
Potomac since telegram of Saturday evening.
Telegram from Gen. Sherman, dated near
Dallas,May 29th, 7,30 A. M., reports that on
,eugagenient took place between
the enemy and Gen. MePherson's colps, it
'which the rebels . ' were .driven back With tilos, l
of 2500 killed and wounded left in our hands
and about 300Priiioners. McPherson's loss be
ingnot over 300 in all.
E. M. STANTON, Sec'y ofliar.
SEIRER—CARMANY.—On the 19i1 ult., at the
residence of the bridets mother, by the Rev. Z. AL
Colestoek, Mr, Henry Seirer, of this place. to -Miss
Nato J. earmany, of Mechanicsburg.
LOUCHBAHM—BAKER.—On thel7th inst:,neei
Fayetteville, at the residence of the bride's mother,
by the Rev. S. Wilenry. Mr. Levi Lonehbaum to
iss 'Armando Virginia, Baker. , •
BLANCIIARD—HEEM.—On the .21 ult. by the
Rev. F. Dyson, Elijah Mianchard to Miss ult.,
GRAVES—ITUIL—On the 17th nit., by the samifi
Thaddeus C. graves, of Richmond, VA., to Hestai
E. hull, of Chamberaburg.
M'COY.—On there'd* of ApriLLynda M'Cov. abed
2 years, 4 months and 5 days, and Smith V 'M'CoY,
aired 4 years, 4 months and 3 days on the Bth of
April. George S. M'Coy, ami 9 years and 5 months,
and Sarah C. M'Coy. aged 7_years, 5 months and.lB
days; on the ISth of , April Louis C. DeCoe. aged 11
years. 6 months . and 9 clays. These wereall brothers
and sisters, and were children of John A. and Ra
chel 111'Coy. who removed from Cumberland Valley,
five years since, to Clark county, lowa. Thev died
of Spatted Fever. •
M'COY.—On the 2d of April. Mary B. consort
of Wm. M'Coy. of Clark county. lowa, aged 31 ym.,
1 month and 29 days. I
BLA IR.-on. the 25th of March. James - IF. ' on the
27th, Mary and on the 21st of 4pril, Wilbur F.,
children of Elijah and Agnes Blair, "who removed
frets Cumberland Valley to Clark county. lola,
some five rears ago. They.dicd of Spotted Perm lota,
the 9th ult., at the residence' of
her brother:David Witherspoon. in Guilford town
ship. Mrs. Rebecca Currey, aged 73 years. -
NILL.—On the 27th ult., in this (Awe, Hon. t
Sill. aged about 62 years. ' -
TRIBUTE OF R•ESPEcr.-- - The members of the Cham
bersbura Bar having convened on the occasiun of
the death of the Hon. James Hilt late President
Judge of the 16th Judicial District, the Hon - Wilson
Reilly was called to the chair and G. 0. Seilhanier
Od motion, G. W; 13rewen . J. McDowell Shores
and T. B. Kennedy. Esets.,, were appointed, a" ebn
mittee to draft resobitions, who reported the follow
ing which were unanimously adopted..
Z\VannE.ts. The golden chain of a long and elle•
is — hed friendship has again been• broken. and , t
circle of our bereaved brotherhood darkened al
the unaccustomed gloom of a deep and lasting so
And ieficreaß, We aro unwilling to permit.,tl .
remains ofthe loved and lamented" dead - to pa
into the'. silence and solitude' of the grave. from' tl
genial campany of personal and professional &Dor -
ship, without sonic.' memorial of our esteem lot' 11
virtues of a life unspotted, and admiration of a ea•
reer of honor and usefulness: therefore ,
Res 'toed, That the members of this bar, with Oulu
thins of a deep and heartfelt sorrow, would moon.
the sudden and untimely death of their csteetue
ned cherished brother. Hon, James and wool
heartheir undivided testimony to his high per.,,on,
worth. tt.nd to the distinguished atm - meter b
public terries. His virtues and aecomplishuien
charmed the intercourse o fo tio nd lif e „ an d t h e b e a u •
of chatity sprang daily froth his open hand.
character in all the relations life has lovely and b
mind was stored - with- the treasures of learning an
literattue. Ile was a scholar in. the best sense • 4
that term, and-be was a marl with many of the bigl
est and noblest attributes of manhood.
Hototrsd. 'Chat the purity, Of his heart, and vi'
Of his mental endowments, adorned every station
public trust and beautified every-walk in PrWo
life. At the bar• he was able, courteous and eb
quent. In the councils of the State his talents r
fleeted. credit upon himself and- his constitueno
and his vast fond of well 4 digcsted informatioi
made him one of the first men of the COSMO'
wealth ; and gentleness of manners, impartialty
judgement and the solidity of acquirements; grace ,
and dignified his position e n t h e bench.
liefiolved, That we would tender to the stricke
family of the deceased, our unfeigned sympathy i •
the darkness and sorrow of this overwhelming bi
Resolved, That the memberi of the bar, as a telt(
of their regard, and esteem for their derceasedhrotl
er, will attend his funeral in a body'.: -
Reltolved. That these proceedings be published in
the' papers of-this Judicial District, and that tb •
Secretary be instructed to, transmit a copy to th.-
family of the deceased'.
• WILSON REILLY, 'Prost.
G. 0. Seam /mart, See'y.
ViA NT E D.—A SUBSTITUTE, :n4
liable to military dtity. Amity immediate
at this Office. - • inne 141
ECOND - ARRIVAL OF EATS, CAP
LI AND STRAW GOODS.—areal Attractions.-
Ne w Styles and goodqualities at low prices:
I am selling certain qualities of Straw Goods
old prices. Call and see • that lam determined
keep 'on tho reputation of the old Stand, to 81
cheaper than the cheapest;- Do not forget th
DE.MERT ha.s removed to his .I<ew Stote Item
'folirdoors south of the Diamond; in the rpora late
occupied by .li.‘ \Mite. k 3une
pXECtiritrit'S 'NOT' C E.-10tice is
hereby given that Letters Testamentary to the
.Estate of Jacob Seibert, late of Montgomery tow
ship, deed, have beengranted to the andersigm
residing in said tewnship.
All persons knowing themselves indebted to f
Estate will please make immediate payment;
those having claims will present them properly
thenticated for settlement.
innel SAMUEL SHAETLE. Ex')
ST R AYt D OR ST p
peared from the pasture field of the l subseriber
in Guilford township, about two miles from Jackson
hall„ on Sunday night, the 29th of May. a SOR,
RELL MARE, with a wait on her breast and a
small white spot on her back thought to have been
caused by a bruise from the saddle. She is about 6
Or 7 pears old. A reward of $lO will be paid for the
recovery of the Mare. and a reward of .$l5 fot the
arrest of the Wain case she was stolen.
1 iunel-lt* • ' JOHN S. YATICKEY.
QII.ERIFF'S NOTICE OF INQUlSl
'tlON:—Emanuel3filler'e Estate—To the Heirs
and Legal Representatives of said, dee'd: You are
hereby notified that in pursuance era writ of Inqui
sition to me directed, Issuing out of the Orphans'
Court of Franklin county, Penna.. I .will hold an
Inquest .on the Real Estate, of which said deceent
died seized, situate in Franklin county. on" the
twenty-first day of June, A. D. 1864, when and
Whtre you may attend if -You think Droner.
lune 1-3 t SAMITEL BRANDT, High Sheriff.
Q,.IIERIFF'S -NOTICE t OF INQUISI
tJ Estate—To the Heirs
and Legal Representatives of said dee'd : You are
Iliereby notified that in pursuance of a writ of Intim-
Isition to me directed, issuing out of the Orphans'
',Court of Franklin county, Pa., I will hold nn In':
:onist on the Real Estate, of which said decedent
died seized, situate in Franklin county, on the twen
ty-second day of June, A. D., 1864, when and where
you may attend if you think proper. ;
junel-3t SAMUEL BRANDT. High - Sheriff.
I T - lISSOLUTION.—The co-partnership
heretofore existingunder the name of ETTER.
r HAMILTON & CO. was, on the lBthof lost month,
dissolved by mutual consent. The l3ooks -of the
, firm are in the hands of Messrs. KTIMELT, NILL,
li r vitere payments are expected to bemade immedi
ately, and persons hay= claims,tgainst the firm
will present them for settlement. ii,
B. G. ETTER,
A. B. TIAIVIILTON,
Junel-4t JAS. HAMILTON.
F R,A,NKLIN HOTEL,
EAST SIDE OF CLBLISLE MEET;
; The undersigned respectfully announces to the
Traveling Public that this Hotel has been remod
elled, The ROOMS are large and comfortable. and
are all well Yurnished' with good new' Furniture.
Persons stopping stalls Hotel can hare either Dou
ble or Single Aeons, with or without' Fire in them.
The TABLE is always supplied with the beat in the
market, and his BAR filled with the choicet Li
There are also a fine LOT and a pair of HAY and
STOCK, SCALES connected with the Hotel, for the
lecommodat r ion of Ihrovers and - Butehers.
klis STABLE will always be provided with good,
win:lmmo . Provender for stock, and attended by
30HN H. ADAMS, Pioprietor
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE AT
PUBLIC SALE.—Theundersigned, Executors
of the 1114 will and testament of Frederick Foltz,
ate of Letterkenny township. deed, will: offer at,
Ppblie Sale on the premises, in said township, on
Saturday, the 18th day.of June next, the ALANSION
FARM of said deceased, containing 168 ACRES and
109 PERCHES of excellent SLATE LAND. The
improvements consist of it two-storied STONE
DWELLING HOUSE, Stone Spring House. Wash
House, Grain and Hay Sheds„ and a large FRAME.
BARN, with Wagon Shod and Corn 'Crib attached.
There is anever-Wang Spring of Water on the farm
and two Orchards of excellent Fruit Trees. About
150 Acres are cleared land, some 40 Acres of which
is excel) ent MEADOW, and then.'' ^^ excellent
TIMBER, mostly Chestnut and Ro k
Also—Another TRACT OF LAND, ~,,,,caning the
above described Mansion Farm, containing 38
ACRES .and 33 PERCHES, all of which is cleared
tillable land, with the exception of about 6 Acres,
which is in thriving Timber.
Also—The, following, several lots of excellent
TIMBER LAND, adjoining the above described
No. 1. A Tract of excellent Timber :Land; con
taining 4 Acres and 156 Perches.
No 2 containing 5 Acres, neat measure, adjoining
N5.,3, adjoining the last named tract, containing
5 Acres and 5 Perches, neat measure.
No. 4, containing 5 Acres and 17 Perches, adjoin
ing the last named lot. -
The above described several tracts will be offered
separately or will be sold'together, maybe desired
.1111.. Sale to Commence at 1 o'clock, P. M., on said
day, when the terms will be made known
/unel-ts , JOHN GROVE,
T. A - DIE S' FAI R.
JLA, Te Farmers, Millers, Gardeners,. Merchants,
Mechanics, Tradesmen, and all who may bedis
posed to aid us.
The Managers of the Ladies' Fairfor the benefit
of the.Christinvo Commission, appeal to all classes
to aid them in their enterprise. When we remem
ber that, under's kind,Provideneo. all we. possess—
our homes„stores, offices, shops, barns, crops. &c.,
are saved to us through the wounds' and sickness of
those brave tnen, we now want - to aid—surely none
of us should withhold from themanything thatvrould
add to their comfort. We respectfully ask - donations
of the following articles :
Dried Beef,Chiokena ,
' 2 Apple utter,
Fruits, canned. •
,Dried Fruit, -
Fancy Articles "
-Money, Labor and Time:
The help of every citizen.
Any article, no matter how small, so - that it Ciat
be converted into a comfort for our wounded sol
diers will be thankfully received. Donations can!
be left with Hoke& Co., Wallace - & Co.. Herber &
Cressler, Spangler, Miller, Nixon, Oaks &
All merchants arerauthorized to toceive for us.
jnnel MRS. D. N." coucg, Pres't.
'MILITARY CLAIRS.—Ib all whom,
.1- 7 -1. it may concern.—The undermined Board of
Appraisers appointed by the Court of Common Pleas
of Dauphin County, (see act of 22d April, 18630 to
investigate the claims arising from the Stuart raid,
the militia claims, and the Anderson Cavalry im
pressment claims, all (reaming in the year 1862, in
Southern border counties of Pennsylvanza • have
now so far as regards the Stuart mid elairas conclud
ed their labors • having returned:cases to the num
ber of. four hundred and fifty (450)t0 the Honorable
the above mentioned court. The' Anderson Cav
alry and Militia claims remain to - be heard. But
the seine having both been reported npombY Com
thissioners appouited by His BacellecY Croy. Curtin.
A law is now in the course of passage through the
Legislature (having passed the House and being at
nresent ender consideration in the Senate) whereby ,
the action of the said Commissioners shall be legal••
ized if upon examination by the present Board the
same shall be found to be just. The Legislative
action will be determined at the adjourned session
to be held-in August next.
Now, therefore, this is to give notice to a/1 persons
h av i ng o er tif zeo t e a of adjudicated deists tinder the
Anderson Cavalry impressment anti Militia dam
ages, respectively, returned by Messrs. D. 0. Elehr
and Samnetßeisher in the AnderSon - Cavalry cases.
and Messrs. W. H. Ivl'Dowell - and Chas. M. Burnett
in the Militia,crisesaforesaid ; that they deposit the
said certificates with Messrs. M'Lellati & Kimmel),
said Attorneys being duly authorized to receive and
register the wale for consideration-by the said the
undersigned Huard orAppmisers, whoa the current
legislation shitlVhave been duly astertained. Cases
may be marked:for appeal should such be the desire
of any of s the claimants. but appeals must be Web
stantiated'by the clearest evidence to be anceesitild
as confidence is entertained to a high degree by this
Board in the instil:mend probity of tho Commission
ers before - named. Should, the legislative action
Proveto vary from what is anticipated, due notice
will be given immediately after the attournment of
the Legislabire,Sor the hearing of said claims in se
cordanctrwith the 'statute afbresald passed April 2241
• , ; A;•0: REISTSII. '
- " JAMES WORRALL.
' • i WAL CLARK.
BoardB63 of Appraisers ender the Act Apelniut22ad,
. 1. , Sun
VOTICE:—The Book 4 of ETTER &
ILLuit - ros are - Owed in the hands of S. B.
Dxvisnu, Esq., for immediate collection. - Pie324
vial - 436re further MU are acidell.`
junel - ETTER Sr HAMILTON.
PUBLIC pursuance of as
Order of the Orphans' Court of Franklin coun
ty. Pa, the undersigned. Administrater of the Eti , "-
tate of Samuel Filson, late of Guilford , township.
dec'd, will Offer at Public Sale on the premises, oa
Saturday the •-"111. day of JuA next. the following
valuable kcal Estate, viz: The'TAVERN STAND
in the Village of Marion. now kept by Mrs. Matt
beth Filson—and doing a very fair business-=with
TWD ACRES OF LAND annexed.. The . 1101J813
is well located, is in good repair, and has all conve
niences necessary for the accommodation of the tra
veling pubho. The Land is of good quality, and
the greater part of it covered with an exceilent
Ikv... Sale to commence at 9 o'clock, P. M., when
the terms .will be madeknown bY
june 1-4t* C. 'R. M'KNIGHT, Adm'r.
any of these Lett
one cent for adv
Goshart Mrs L G
I Hartinan Elia
Holler Conrad - ,
Hamilton Miss I
Jackson Mrs Ma
iLloyd Se Hame
f Lee Miss Flora:
Meyers John D
Ill'Nory John C
May Miss Lizzie
M'Farland R P
Orr Miss Mollie
,Parker Mrs Har
EDtin the P
- of Pennsylvania.
must call for " ad
this list, and par
Barrall Captain •
'Frank 11 3
Bell Aiiss Cath 2
Blank Ecivill F
Brown Wm T
Courses , .Fran i
Carman Mrs Ann
Clark Miss Anna
Cook Wm F ,
Davist Miss Jane
- • •
The undersigned would respectfully call the atten
tion of Farmers,. Millers and others, to the Old
Establishment, at the Ilridge, on Wort lfar
ket Street. formerly occupied by
tian Stoner. where they have erect
ed Steam Power, and are pre- .
pared to manufacture •
ALL KINDS OF
FARMING IMFLEMENT 8,
such as •
Threshing Machines', -
• • :Florae Powers,
.Corn Sheller -
Flay Rakes. :
- flay Pitchers.
' Plows, ko.
- We have eonstantly on hand Sycles. Reaper Points
or Guards, All for the repairing of Nanny's, Whit
neck and Buckeye Reapers. Farming Implements
of every kind repaired at short notice main %work
We manufacture and keep constantly on hand the
that has: become so deservedly popular with out
Farmers in this section of the State. We would here
caution the public from an imitations of this ma=
chine offered for sale in this county, and advise all
who wish the genuine Buckeye Reaper to call at
our establishment, as we are the sole agents for the
mannfeetiire and sale of this popular Reaper.
Having also piirchased the right for the sale anti
manufacture of - WILLOUGHBY'S PATENT GUM
SPRING GRAIN DRILL, we will keep them con
stantly on band, ready for work. Repairing to
these machines done promptly.
THE PATTERNS of the Seibert Foundry having
been purchased by this establishment. and having
erected a , Foundry, they arc prepared to make all
kinds of CASTINGS, such as Mill Gearing. 3iiit
Bhafling,Mill Spindles. andall kinds of machinery
We would call special attention the Plow Cast
ings and Wagon Boxes constantly on hand.
REPAIRING- of all kinds, of Farming Imple
ments done to order.
W. F. EYSTER & BRO.
IT E S T. I O N
Q T I X 8 !
THAT CONCERN EVERY ONE TO - ANSWER.
Are , You bald?
Does your hair fall off?•
Has your hair become thin ? _
bees it feel harsh; atkidry. and feverish? •
• Ts it turning gray before its time?
Are you troubled with itching, burning sensation
of the scalp? *-
Are reit troubled with Dandruff?
Are you troubled with:rituals called Scrofula or
Salt Rheum ? ,
Have you had the Erysipelas, and lost'your halt ?
Have you had the Measles, andlost it?
Have'you had the Typhoid Fever, and lost it?
Have you had the Brain Fever, and lost it?
Have YOuhist your hair by any sickness?
Do you wish lux.nrisat hair?
Do you Wish soft and Instions hair? -
,Do you wish gray hair restored ?
Do yen wish your whiskers glossy ? '
Do 'you ;wish them restored in bolos ?
Do you want a dressing?
, Do you wont it for your children?
Do you want it for yoerself, for father or mother,-
for brother, Sister,- or friend? - -
Do you want to make \ a, present
Do you want a perfume for your toilet ?
Do you want it Annutent article?
Do Foe want a pure article? •
• Do you-want a double distilled article?
,Do you want a cleansing article - 1
Do you want the - best preparation out fordressing.
'stimulating, Protecting-, restoring the color, and
re.ndtring soft, silky and lustrous the Human Hair?
If so, we warrant •
; CLARK I O. ;
DISTILLED'IIk TAiit T I lit
To tie Usequai/eci aid Superior to any Preparastios
tier Coniqoundect inOoffe44 to thiPiddie
Si;tigfatition gau:anteed i er nioneyiertuaded.
' It costs I?tit $1 for one bottle, or 141 k; $5, riid
sold by drugilste and dealers eVerrahkre.
C. 41 CLARK ! le, CC, , Proprietore:
*R.* iiIP9f`SAX 0,4 1 Pi11..44 2 4%.:.)
.qrs, the applicant
" inye the date of
Bade,. Chas E
Stitsell Mrs A.
Sabin A •
t Shirts lkftssjonß
Small John P
DEAL. P. M.