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..'DEATH (iF . Gm. ..Y rsraNs.—Jenkiiis 16 dead.
:We mean oar Jenkins,—theilenkins who this
day last .year introduced us into the realms of
Jefr.-Daviu—whese name for the time was ap
plied tolour own beautiful town—whose ignor
ant ragainufflans scoffed at the statute of Froa
liii On our Court Honse and deridingly e4led it
0,, P e r, Lineoln"—whose glories were ifulealing
t or i c i, murdering in true Guerrilla stylO friends
Or even suspected friends
_of the Union and
trying,to'outtie in -his - vandal acts vandalism
itgelf, 'this is the Jenkins who is :gone--"gone
thLord" knows whei:e:" 'We had rumors is
'th beginning of the present campaign of Jen
ki _death but according to Richmond papers
itaOre.ysturned out to be some other Jenkins—
not our - Jenkins—not the Guerrilla Jenkins:
Butziow we have authentic intelligence that
.-Entr, Jenkins has. shuffled off his mortal coil—
that he is dead! dead! dead! and with the re
cord of the foulest treason resting (Inglis mem
-ory.. 'We find a letter in the New York Tinms, r
ated - - Charleston, West Virginia, June id,
The widow and three children of Gen, AlliertGal
din Jenkins, of the rebel army, arrived here yes
erday, passing our lines under a flag of truce. A
rebel chaplain was allowed to accompany them
here. Gen. Jenkins was wounded three times at
the fisrht, with Gen. Crooks at Cloidellleuntain, near
Dablin.- The wound canting his death was in the
,um, - near the shoulder, amputation was necessary
and was made. He was removed to a place near
Dublin, Whore his family joined him, and was doing
well until one night the artery, which had been in
cautiously taken up, began to flow, and ere those in
attendance discovered it he had bled so profusely
thit recuperation was impossible. He was 35 years
of ago, and owned a - splendid Property in Virginia,
en the Ohio, a few miles-below the Kanawha, yar
ned it'&300.000. lai view ofits confiscation a stand
ing offer is made to the government for it. by parties
-in Cincinnati - , of $20() ; 000. The children of the Gen
eral. on reaching- this place, were wretchedly clad,
-and:destitute of shoes and stockihgs. •
-When, Jenkins turd his horde entered this
town on the 15th of Jane, last year, it appeared
uif he was on a reconnoissance. They were
about here l'or some days, carrying on for them
selves, without regard to the comfort or anxi
eties - of our citizens. Jenkins -was of eourse
thei.controlling spirit, and seemed to be in good
repute with his men, Who; as we have intima
ted, were nothing more nor less than guerrillas,
having carried on that mode of warfare in Wes
tern Virginia from the beginning of the war.
Oc - tr people are all familiar with Jenkins' visit,
so that details here are unnecessary; but there
are some portiontof the history of that eventful
period not generally known, and which may be
of. interest now. Jenkins had been a member
4 - the same Congress with the Hon. Wilson
Reilly. It was also said that he had graduated in .
the, same class at Cannonsburg College with J.
McDowell Sharp, Esq. We believe he made
very kind inquiries about these two gentlemen.
One of his Staff, an aid we think, who called
Ibimself Murphy, claimed to be a native of '
ton county, and alleged that he was a graduate
n the printing business from the FRANKLIN
RE:RoSITQRY office. He admitted that he had.
an *tned name, said that the countenances
of many of our citizens were familiar to him, •
and indeedseveral persons with whom he con
versed, be called by 'name. At the breaking
out of 'the war he resided in ,Martinsbrirg,
was a practicing lawyer, and at the time Dis
trict isittiarney of Berkley county. He was an
- Tintelliient, prepossessing fellow, and evidently
a favorite with Jenkins. In his personal ap
pearance -Jenkins might be called handsome ;
It is certain at all events that he was smart,
obreWd and keen, realizing completely our idea
of ,tha true type oft ti guerrilla chief, proud of
his position, and an 'Unmitigated traitor. In hi 6,
expressed opinions of the war he was inexora
ble ; , nil compromise or submission was admis
sable. It was the independence of the Southern
• Confederacy, or death. One Afternoon,. while
partiiiin,g of is number of glasses of ale, and
evidently feeling its exhilarating effects, in a
certain well known eating and drinking estab.
liihment in this place, he took occasion to speak
very 'emphatically of his position on the great
question to some persons present. He placed
before him two glasses of ale, and, in a very
dramaticpanner declared that before he would
yield the_ caise of the Confedenacy,lie would
mix. poison in both glasses and , give oue to his ,
wife and children, while he would drink the
ether himself. He spoke of his immense wealth,
of the magnificeneei Dais property on the Ohio,
:of the haPpirress and comfort that bad previous
' ly reigned in his home, of his high social stand
ing, and of his,therished desires in Years gone
by, fur the' advancement and glory of his coun
try. "But my riches," said he, "are all gone;
not an object of value is left me but this faith
ful sword. My home is broken up and my lam
ily.driven from* it in the most ruthless manner;
my licipes and desires fora united country are
forever dispelled. Yankee tyranny did all
this; Now we only ask to be let alone as a
4113parate government, and a separate people,
land we intend to accomplish these purposes.
To our cause I MAT sworn my services, and.
for it, if required, I will give- my life." This
was about the style of his language. When he
got through he was so full of "beer" that he
could 'scarcely move. ; and . was - lifted upon his'
Gorse in charge of his Orderly, at the door. @n
his second appearance in this place, his force
came 'u the, advance guard of Lee's army, and
• -he was free to assure our people that the whole
army was. coming. Jenkins was afterkvards
tachedfrath Lee and sent to his old truthless of
guerrillawarfare on Micoldllimiliargrounds,and
- on those grounds, where his atrocities and era
elties.kulcarule Ills • name a terror, he lost his
life, dying within the ,lines of his•vietors. So
this is the last of Jenkins, and his name, in in
famy, is :added to the long black list of Treason's
minions, 'who in death bad gone before him.
EI'ip#OPIENT OF TOE 21ST CAVALFX.---
eIstrALTIKS.—We announced the departure
`or the.2lit Cavalry from their camp near this
place,in our issue of the 18th ult. The Regi
ment Marched to Washington and encamped at
Camp Stonema'n. A short time after their ar
rival au order was issued requiring them to turn
over their horses, equipments, &e., and to sup
10 them instead with arm's and accoutrements
plir tawdry service. On the 28th ult. the
fiegiment was ordered to the front,'Col. Boyd
In caaailiand, 'having instructions to, 'report to
Major General Meade. In 'the interview with
Geartal Meade, the Regiment was aasigned, to
Sweitzer's Brigade, Griffitt's: Division, Fifth
Army Corps. On,Thursday,,_the 3d inst., the
Regiment= was at liethsaida Church, in close
proxiinfty to the enemy, and engaged busily in
throwing up defenses. While at this work the
enemy kept np an abtioat uninterrupted fire
upon ilium , , and among .the casualties was
the almost instant death of Lieutenant 'Richard
H. Waters, by a shell.. On Friday the, brigade
moved on.the enemy's works, and the Regiment
-was in, the thickest of the fight. It was their
first encounter' with the enemy, but they ad
vanced fearlessly under their gallant Colonel,
atta obeyed with alacrity ever:) , order given
them. Their full purpose they were unable to
accomplish, but they punished the enemy to a
degree that must have convinced him of their
prowess and un flinching courage. The enemy's
sharp-shOoters seemed to have a peculiar spite
at Col. Boyd., He was in rather an exposed
pbsition:'and the bullets flew around ; and about
him like pelting hail: Finally a ball struck hint
on the side of the neck near the shoulda.. * He
continued for'some time to give his orderi, but
was at last removed from the field, almost com
pletely exhausted from loss of blood: With
night the contest closed. The following list of
those wounded in the Regiment during , the day
we copy froin . the New York Herald of Satur
day last. We learn that the full number killed
and wounded is about thirty.
Col. W. IL 13,3‘ , d, wounded. in the neck J. W.
Vaneaeck ; Thos. Prosser, .foot ; J. Andrews,
thigh; J. Clark, shoulder; D.. , Kepple, hand; Corp.
IL A. Edmunston, shoulder; W. A. Dunn. head; J.
Maio. shoulder • Corporal G. W. Deed, hip; erg t
J. Rodgers: G. 'Hupp. hip: .Jno. Clark; faced Conti
Wm. H. Philips, side LT. Dear, leg: W. Foot, Mile;
John Shunvolt, hip; W. T. Stller, legs; Lieut. M.
P ,Doyle. elbow.
We will publish a list of the killed 'as soon as
it is furnished us.
Col. Boyd has been brought to his home on
"Federal Hilt," near this place. His wbmtd•
is very severe, though not dangerous. Fier
tions to find the ball in his person have thuar
been ~.insuceessfuL He speaks in rapttirthis
language of the conduct of his brave command,
and earnestly trusts for - his speedy recovery,
that he may rejoin it.
—Since the above was in type w,e learnthat
a careful' examination of Col. Boyd's wound
,shows it to be of a very serious nature. The
ball iA lodged under tha spine, and cannot be
extracted. Grave fears are entertained that it
may prove mortal. t
THE LADIES' PAIR—SURPHISING SUCCESS.
—According to previous announcement, the La
dies' Fair for the benefit of the United States
Christian Commission, opened on Monday even
ing last. Both Franklin Hall and thS Court
House are occupied fur the purpose. The dis
play in the various departments is certainly the
grandest and most extensive ever witnessed in
this part of the State, and tells of the industry,
.zeal and patriotism which possessed our ladies
in carrying out their noble undertaking. We
hive not sufficient space this week to make
More than a general reference to the Fair, bat
shall give a detailed and as we hope a satisfac
tory description in onr next paper. Both Halls
are very tastefully decorated. Franklin Hall
is the main feature. , Here are offered for sale
useful and limey articles, in great variety,loys,
confectionery, trophies from the battle-fields,
&c., &c. The Court - Hall is used for the, cake
and ice cream depArtment. The Museum is
arranged in one of the large rooms of the third
floor of Franklin Hall. During the continuance
of the Fair meals will be served. citizens and
strangers at regular hours in the Court Hall,
and i at Hotel prices. Music .during 'each' even
ing Will be furnished by our Band. On Friday
and' Saturday evenings the Old Folks' Concert
will take place.
On the-opening night the Halls were erovvd
ed, and the scene was most brilliant. The sales
ladies looked their prettiest; and importuned
for customers in the- most irresistable style.
Eveqbcidy seemed " gnY and happy" and pur ;
chas edli o e rally. The night's receipts Wore about
$5OO. Yesterday the Halls were again crowded.
Thus far the undertaking has proved a most as
tonishing success, more than realizing the ex
pectations of its most sanguine 'friends. Let
us urge every one from every section of our
own and adjoining counties to give something
to this good cause. No matter how insignifi
cant your contribution may appear, it will add
to the aggregate result. Come then with your
money or whatever may be turned into money,'
and help swell the results of our labors for the
relief of our ptior manned and sick soldiers, to
a magnificent and truly liberal 'amount.
A NOBLE SOLDlER.—Another voice has been
stilled in death whase Utterances we_were ac
customed tii hear in the-kindest and: gentlest of
accents. Another soldier has surrendered his
life true to his God; his country and himself. If
ever a Man lived with nobility, ionl, with a
generous feeling for his fellow man and who be
lieved in the holiness and acted for the vindica
tion and success of his country's cause, it was
Lieut. Dick Waters, who fell instantly killed at
Bethsada Church on Thursday of last week.
This'noble soldier enlisted in the 12th Indiana,
a one year Regiment, and at the expiration of
his time came to this to)in. He was one of
the first to enlist . in Capt. Miles' Company of
the 126th Regiment nine mouths' service and
performed, his fluty faithfully. When the call
was made-for six months' troops be was quick
to reipond and before he was mustered out of
that service he assisted in raising a Company
and was appointed' 2d Lieuternt, Co. E, 21st
Regt. Pa. Cay., three years men;- - Lieut.Watera
was yet a young man. He was generous and
kind to a fault. His intelligence was of a high
order and his conversational powers always to be
appreciated. With these qualities he possessed
honesty, sobriety; and gentility, and, a cou rag e,
if not of a dashing order; was yet always sure.
He leaves a wife whom he had only married
last winter. May the ravages of war never
desecrate thy resting place good soldier, nor
the example of thy good deeds ever be lost for
, THE PENNSiINVANIA RESERVES.—J. 11. Sy
pher, of Lancaster, will publish, in September
next, - a History of the Pennsylvania Reserve
Corps, from its organization. The work will
contain's minute description of all the battles,
skirinishCs, marches , , and expeditions of the
whc;le corps, with biographical sketches of the
Officers and a persetial record of each man,
during his term of service. These details will
be correct, as they are to be - compiled from
(klN n staitll,llll-114tiasitciiviiltine 15, - , 1864:'::'
official sources. Mr. Sypher is fully competent
for the task he has undertaken, and will make
his work ono of deep interest, not only - to gel
diers and, their relatives, but to th 6
Capt. Geo. N. Heagy, of this Borough, in the
accredited agent for the book in Frankliu,comity
and is now prepared to take the names of all
who desire to possess the work. It will be pub
lished in one volume, and the price will be $3
in cloth, and $350. bound in leather. This his
tory of tut gallant ti body of ,men us the country
can produce, should be in every library in
PuEsENTATIoN.- r -Gen. E. B. Tyler's -boys
of the nine months service always feel an inter..
est in anything with which his name is connec
ted. 3We made a statement recently, which
has since proved to be erroneons:that lie had pile
to the front. He commands a brigade of,,the
Bth Army Corps, and has his Headquarters at
the Relay House, near Baltimore. On Thursday
last thee fficers of the Brigade presented him
with a magnificent sword, and sash, belt and
spurs of the finest workmanship,as a testimoni ui
of their regard.
,CAPTURED RY THE ENEMY.—Capt. David
B. McKibben, of the 14th United litotes Regu.
far liftintry,, was captuZed by ,the eumny in one
of the engagennentidown in the front last week:,
The Captain was commissioned Colonel of the
158th Regiment of drafted nine months' won
.from this section and was greatly beloved by
his command. At the expiration of the term
of the Regiment, he resumed his positon in the
Regular Army. A officer and a model
soldier, we trust his captivity flay be of short
POLE.—We recordeil the
, nt that occured to the uew
rected in our Diamond, last
ale procured and prepared,
longer; and was successfully
_ yesterday morning.' With
the exception of the great) pole !M r feet iii
height ou the grounds of the Sanitary Fair in
Philadelphia, this is perhaps the highest Union
pole in the State. At 6 P. M. a splendid new
flag was raised to its place amid the cheernig
of our people and the music of our Band.
ELECTION.—Ata meeting last week, the fig
lowing gentlemen were elected officers of the
Inland Telegraph Company for the ensuing year:
Direetorr—Charles anettlaßter. Charles L. Rorie,
John D. Tayler, Charles Wheeler, Theodore Adams,
E. L. Ilanby, John H. Graham. Samuel L. Witmer
John Hulme, W. C. Houston, Charles Catnblos, S.
Munn., New. York; D. Eletning Harrisburg: John
A. Hieslund, Lanen.ster Josiah. King. Gettysburg. .
APPOINTED.—Capt. Alfred Denny, of Ohio,
who for a number of months was Quarter Mai
ter of this post, has been appointed hy the
President, Agent for the Indians on the Upper
Missouri in the Territory of Montano. 'lt has
been Confirmed by the Senate. , • •
DONATIONS TO THE GREAT CENTRAL FAIR
—The Cumberland Valley Railroad Company
has donated the sum of $lOOO, and the em
ployees of the rigid $222 70 to the Great Cen
tral Fair in PhilaAlphia.
oNnunutioNs..--We acknowleafie the re-
Art of *4, from. J..*e & Cot. atut 50 cents
from Male Sc;hoolVi e .?r the IT. S. Christian
Commission at Phi • elphia, and - $2.50 from
the Same SeltOol for the Sanitary' CMninitvion.
SALE, OF PROPERTY.—The Mill Property in
Chambersburg known as Eyster's Mills, was
sold at public sale recently tin- $3:1,601;, C. S.
Eyster was the purchaser. It was purchased
by his father some years ago fur $17,000.
/347 - CIRCULATION.-Thv new Two and Ono
Cent Coin are now in circulation and generally
admired for their flue designs and beautiful
.:,ttNY WIDOW, or_PARENT, or ORPHAN, or
BROTHER, Or SISTER .of any Sotutr.a. SAILOR or
MARINE, K ti.t.En, or who has Dtnn in the service of
the United States, who desire .Niaety-mi.r •Do/tor*
(::06) a year Pen , ion ; from One linniireci to Elere.n
ifundrvd and Ninety fire Dot/ors (SUM) (1,,,,h
Bounty, and writhe Arrears of Pay due him. shintld
call at once 'or write to ~ .141.”1.11 P,,,DEVITT tCn,
No. 427 Walnut •Strect, the ,Milita r y and anitll
. .Anen.ey, Ph itadelphin.
Also., State Pay, County, City, Ward or other
BduntY, there is any due. Apply either in
person or by icier.' - may2s-eoW:2t
UNDERTAIKING.—We refer our renders and
the public generally to the advertisement of Sierer
& Coover, in another column of to-day's paper, who
offer their cervices to this community as 'Cad ertal; erc.
They are experienced practical tuechanics; are fully
prepared for carrying on this brunch of bu,ini iss, anti
are in all respects worthy of tire:'confidene and pa
tronage of the public. Mr. Cuover hat(h . el cornid
&able txperience in this particular hr. of busi
ness, and we doubt not that they w - in all respects
give satisfaction to their patrons. _ .
Ati UNWELCOME STRANGER.—Mr. Itth
commonly known its the Itch, has made itsappear
erica in town and in various places•throughout the
county. It may be asource of relief •to Personsso
afflicted to know that they can get a crier cure for.
this troublesome disease at Miller's Drug Store
Let all so afflicted send inttnetliately to their Drug
Store. and get a box of TerrePs Itch 'Ointment.
Price 25 cents; It is a speedy tare.
COLGATE'S 'HONEY SOAP.—This celebrated
TOILF:T Sosm in such universal _demand, is made
from the cuotegstruaterials, is IfILD and EMOLLIENT
in its nature, MAGttANTLY Nl:ecTEn. and extremely
nExgrietAL in its action upon the skirt'. For • stile by
all Druggists and Fancy Goods Dealers. ja-97-IY.
lia YO wish to impart rigor and - clearness
to the voice. relieve hoarseness be.. go at once to
A. J. Miller's Drug Store and get a hes. of Berm
vart's Troches, the only effectual remedy in the
market. . -' 'mat 2
COUNTRY iitopiolook to your interest - Take
Soar Lard. Bacon, bried Fruit .and marketing to
GelwiCks', where you will receive the highest price
s in cash, and see tholargest StoCk.of Fishin town at
SORE THROAT.—Those afflicted with Coughs,
Hoaritness, Irritation and Soreneis of the Throat,
will find nothing so efficacious as a Thioat Remedy,
as Bro6's Bronchial Troches. Sold by all Drug
Go TO Geiwieks', on the Diamond, for tine
Syrup. Green and Black Teas, fresh Graces, Crack
ers, ,to: You will get the best quality ror.the least
money. - •
GELWICKS has Just received a heavy stock of
.every description of store goods, and; offers them
cheap, wholesale and retail.
EVERY person enjoys ed, good
Soap in warm weather: You can all be supplied at
lleyser k Cressler's Drug Store. .
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I TILE oiSCRARGERE TIRE PENISSVL- REPORT OF THE MARNE TS
VANIA RESERVES. -- •
The following orders . were issued by their
ilasnQuAterzusFirtH ARSiT COILPS.I
- A/ 4Y 31."18W.'
Soldiers—With this is the order for the ie.'
turn of the Pennsylvania RescrV,es,.whose term
of service expires t9-day.;. The, General coin
mending liege leave; to express to them his
great satisfaction 14 their, heroic conduct in this
arduous campaign. tAs their - commander he
thanks their for their willing and Pirective cf
tbrts, and congratulates them that their suc ce ss_
-tul engagement of yeeterday, closing their term
of service, and being the last of many battles
bravely fought, is one they can ever remember
with satisfaction and pride. -.--
By command of MAJ. GEN. WARREN.';
(Signed) A. G, MANN, A. A. G.
READ'QRS THIRD DIVISION,
• • • PENNA. RESERVE VOLUNTEER CORP.
• FIFTH ARMY Cones, June 1, 186 3 . jjjj
Soldiers of the Pennsylvania lieserves:—To.
day the "counecti in 'Which has so long existed
b e tw ee n twig to ha severed forever. I have no
power to express to youthe feeling of gratitude
and affection that I hear to you, nor the deep
regret with which I now part from you. ,
As a divi?ion you,liave ever been thithful and
devoted soldiers, and you have nobly sustained
mein the many trying scenes through which
we lave passed with an 'unwavering fidelity.
Vie record of your service terminates glor-V
and thelVilderness, Spottsylraniatourt
Hooke, awl tie Bethesda Church havebeen ad
ded to theiting fiat of Mittles and triutiaphs that
bare rooked year career.
Go home to - the
,great State that sent you
forth three years ago to battle for,her honor and
to strike for her in the great cause of the coun
Take back your sidled and :war-Wern ban
ners, your thiunedmid shattered ranks,
them tell hoW you performodyour trust.
'Take back those banners sacred from the glo
rious associations that' surround them, sacred
with the memory of our fallen comrades who
gave their lives to . defend them, and give them
again into the keeping of the State forever. -
The duties of the hour preventme *Om fie
companying'you,"but "my heart will follow you
long idler your return, and it shall ever be my
pride that I - was , once your commander, and
that side by tide we fought and Buffered through
campaigns which willstand unexampled in his
Brig: Gen. Commanding Division
R. A. McCoy, Limit ; C6l. and A. A: G.
'THE EicilMO l ntl Sentinel, of the 31st ult.,
tiiiuka Grunt a most obstinate and contrary
military man. :It says:
" Operations; at the I front have frequently
confounded cafealations; and turned speculation
hither and thither with short turns and little
ceremony. Now Grant has been retreating on
Rrederickiburg, and anon he Spottsylva-
nia C. H. Now again he meets, with a disaster
that would sent a reasonable man back to
Lincoln, but quickly he' is flank marching for
Richmond. how he grosses the North Anna
and confronts Lee, apparently for battle: but
night comes and he steals away, and starts for
the Peninsula: Now he crosses at Hanover
town, in his supposed flight to his new base
but last and latest we learn. that his face is
again turned toward\ Richmond, and that he
confronts. Leo on the Tolopatornoy, Creek, With
prospect of immediate fight.
" It is tituc jor us all to cease speculations as
to Grant's movements and attend to the facts.—
He has been offering fight 'when we thought he
was retreating, and retreating when we thought
he was oficriug fight; ffe has beeffadraneing
whe-n he - ims - whipped, and heading upstream
when he had every roseate hurry down. He
has gone by the rule of military contrariness,
mid has always disappointed us whenever ‘;, - e
supposed thatho was acting. sensibly or consist
ently with himself.. We suppose that he has
come to the final fight at last; though, warped
by experience, we express the opinion with be
coming dwilit." -
SHIRT On the 10th ult. at Vicksburg, Mks.
Corporal Abraham 11. Shirk: of Co. oath Ohio
Reg. in We 38th year of his age. •
..!..TEFF.-4.1n the 7th inst., in Smoketowti. Mrs.
Anna Margaret, consort of David Neff, aged 52
years, n months and,-1-days.
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TRY RI TaY Tr!' TRY It!—It . 7111. tire you;
Sand, Long Suffering, allayingl'ain add
lion, and Will restore you to ILE.% tilt. A:NO PURITY,
Lit little expense, and no exposure. Cut opt the
Adveititiement in another column, and call or send
tor, it. • "
tun , „ m „
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS I ASK for xteio s.
Take no other. Clams juneB-1m
It GENTLEMAN, cured of Neiwous Debility,
Incompetency, Premature Decay and Youthful Er
ror, actuated by a desire to .benefit others, Will be
happy to furnish to all who need it (free of &large/
the recipe and directions . for making the 'simple
remedy used in his case. Those wishing to profit by
his experience, i►nd"possess a Valuable Remedy,
will receive :the same, by return mail, .(carefully
sealed), bsluldressing JOHN D. OGDEN.
maYlB-3m] N 0.60 Nassau street, New York.
TO CLEAR 'THE ROUSE OF Ude
Dutcher's Cdebrated LIGHTNING PLY E.ll,l,Eit
a neat, cheap artielo,easy to use.• Every sheet will
kill It:quark Sotd Ever inohere:
RICRAIiDS it Co., - 10th and Itiarketgts.,
Iphia., wholesale agents. juret-Elt
ESSENCE OF JAMAICA GINGER=Pure, freA k
and coma ntrated, at liosser & Cress Wis.
- .Flotudied - 650
'Wheat—Red' • 140
Clover Seed 6 00
Potatoes--Mercer... -50 j
Potatoes—PinkEyes - 451
- -NT TEL - if:RAPTI. I
P/1114 DRIP'II7d, Silne 14,
The Flour market is firm t- strong inguiry
Port... Sales.of:100!0 bhls. extra famtlYatsll
and 500 bbls-.-.lmag wheat extra at IS7 ,25. t NO
change in Rye Flour or Corn 'Meal. - Wheatieht
fifinly... , Sales of 3000-bush: of good fed at $1 87@
1 90. Rye comlnand.4 $1 firstname.lastname@example.org. Corn dull and
declining: Sal& of yellow at Si 56. On.ta are steady
at 138cts. Clover -Seed is, wanted at S 7 50 and Flax
Seed at $3 30( 3- ' Provisions of all descriptions
have .an upward tendency, Whisky moves slowly
at $1 3201 34 per gallon. .
' BALTIMORE, June 14.
Flour market ti active at -$3 25 for fresh ground
Ohio extra. Wheatdull.' 3 Corn dull and drooping:
sales ef•Whito -at Sl V)®l 51. Whiskey dell and
heavy at $1 32 Sugar steady but inactive. - -
'. [ll7 TRIAGRAPII I - • .. .
- Philadelphia Stock arket. --
PanAnctcotA,..Tune It IRK ,
Stocksdall--Tenna» fivesloo f Reading R.R. 701;
Lang Island 47; Penna. R. R. 71%; Gold .1.96; ex
change on New York par. ' . . „ '
TE ANNUAL COMMENCEMENT
EXERCISES Sunny-Side Seminary, will
take place .Thursday,; the .23d of tkift month. at 3
oloek in the afternoon; nt the-Preibyterian Church,
Noshing. Pa. • - ,
Kr . NEXT SESSION' , of , this Institution will
open on the first MottottunfSelgember•
sunel3 • D. &C. L. WILLIAMS.
VXECUTORM, NOT I C E.Notied is
121 hereby given that Letters Testamentary to the
Estate of Christian Stoner, late of Atitriirt township,
deed; have been granted to the undersigned, resid
ing in said townsluy.
All persona knowing themselves indebted to said
Estate will please - make - immediate payment; and
those having claims will present them properly au
thenticated for settlement,
juneB-6! • JONATHAN STICKEL, Ex`r.
tic° is hereby givies that Letters of Adminis
tration on the Estitte of John S. Ludwig, late of,
Chamberabtirg, tided,have been granted to the sub-
Feri her.' _ • • -
AIL persons knowing , tkeinsalvei indebted to said
Estate will please make immediate .payment;, and
those having clams Will prestant them properly au. 7 -
,thentieated for settleinent. ' .•
' l didt:GE LtAniTIG;
ix tie° is hereby given that Letters'of Adminia'-
tration on the Estate 'of Allen Nesbit, late of - Van -
nett township; deed, have been granted to tho,
subscriber, rending in said township. -
All persons knowing themselves indebted to said:
Estate will please make itnin'ediato payment and
those having claims will present them properly
thepticated for settlement. '
junels ARRARAIIet ELDER. _
vr A RY, F, E RRY, - -BY, TIER-NEXT
Au. friend,' Alexanker Fahnestocki vs. Edmund
Ferry:—ln the Court of Common Pless of Franklin
County, Pa., to January term. 1864, No. 88, Sub. in
Divorce, tcrAptil 'term, 1884, No. 18, returned Nihi/
Italia. • -
To EDIII3 i—You are hereby notified to
be and appear before the Judges of our Court of
Common Pleas. at Chambersburg - in and. for the
County of Franklin, on the' Recant(' Monday' of Au
'amt, A. .0.1864, being the Bth day of said month, to
answer the matters ehargedAgainst you in said libel
, junels-4t , SAMUEL BRANDT,-Sheriff,
HENRY 811;BER. - ' 'JACOB COOLER.
SE R E Q O. 0 lr
n't•R`T AK ERB -
West Queen. Street, Chambersbu'rg, Pa:
Would respectful lY inform the citizens of Clain'bers
burg and surrounding , country. that they aro pre
pared to attend to the Undertakingin all its various
branches, fropi the Laying Out of Corpses to their
thud disposition. The.v..liaye facilities. which ork : .,
ables them tamale to ordeg.COFFINS of any de.
scription at the shortest notice, and on reasonable
Air. Funerals attended in town and country.
inr AU orders- left with them, at the well-I:now - a
Furniture and Chair establishment:olß Sierer, on
West Iftneen'Street, will receive prompt attention,
junels • -
R. ESIBICII. I - J. S.
ENTRE WOOLEN FACTORY.-TheC
subscribers respectfully inftirth their friends
and the -rnblic generally, that they have leased the'
above named 'Factory onemile ncirth-w&4 of ChttralT
bersburg. (best known as Horst's Factory) for a tern
of years, where they intend to manufacture Cloth;
Sattinet, Blankete,.'Flannels and Carpeting from
the fleece of yarn. Country Carding and. Felling
attended to. Also—lndigo ,blue„ and fancy' dying .
done to order. Having added a number of new ma
chines to their Factory, they aronow prepared to do
work in the style and hope to be able to render
general Satisfaction to all who may favor us with
their custom.- ' - --
.fa?. WOOL left at, the Stores of J. G. Elder and
B. Fohl, in St. Thomas: Jos. D; &oft,- in-Bridge
port, and at the House of H. Etnbich. on Franklin
St., Cthambersburg, will be called for every ;two
weeks and returned when finished, • • -
junels-3m H. EMBICH SON.
ED in the Post Office at Ohm
of Pennsylvania, June 14,1863.
say- To obtain any of these Lettei
must call for "'advertised Letters,"
this list., and• Day one cent for advei
Barr (leo W lamman Suing
Belch R A , Hudson Marth E
Bowers Miss Hoover John
Elizabeth 2 ' Mesons Eliza C
Brindle Adam I Ifies9.ng .I)Prer"
Jones airs Eliza
Keiffer S M .
Bohn Binry DL
Kizer Harriet A
Ee9Aely Mrs MJ
Lockwood E B
Myers John •
.'hale Nath'l T
Davis Mrs A M
Fisher W C
IaANHOOD : HOW LOST, HOW RE
lii STORED.—.Just pabilidied a new edition or
DR. CULVERWELL'S CELEBRATED ESSAY
on the radical cure (without medicine) of Spernia
torrhrect, or seminal Weakness, Involuntary Semi
nal Losses, Intp9teney,. Mental and Physical Inea.
parity : Impediments to Marriage, etc.; also, Con-.
anniptiOn, Epilepsy. and Fits, induced by self-indul
gence or sexual extravagance, ,'
Price, in a sealed evempe, only 6 cents.
The celebrated author in this admirable essay
dearly demonstrates. from a thirty Years successful,
practice, that the alartaing consequences of self
abuse may be radically cured without the danger-:
ens use of internal medicine or the application of
the knife—pointing.out a mode of care at once aim=
ple. certain and effectual by mean's of which every
sufferer.no matter what his condition may be, mays
cure himself cheaply, Privately, and radical/P.
Thii Lecture should •be in the hands of ciketzi ,
youth and every man in the land.
Sent, under seal, in a plain envelope, to ant ad
dress.Post-Paid, ou'reeept of
cents, dr tWo post
stamps. Address the publishers.
CHAS. J. C:KLINE
127 Bowery, New York, Post olßee'box. 4586,
a STORY OF THE PENXBYLV.A:-
NIA RESERVES.—EIias Bair& co.. raved
frilly announce 'that they have in preparation a
History of the Pennsylyama _Resevves . from -their
organization to the expiration of thek,term.of
This History will contain the names of all tho Offi
-cots and ,Privates of the. Corps, their promotiow
casualties and discharges—also. graph% descriptions
of I heir camp life and theitgaliantachievements in
the many battles in which theyhave taken part—all
derived. from official and authentic salines.
The History of the Peunsylvania Reserves willbe
in ONE-VOLUMX of 600 pages, octavo size, neatly
printed on good paper. and auhstantially bound in
black cloth, containing a Steel Engraving of the la.-
•mented Reynolds, and one of Gov Curtin , (whofirst
recommended thp formation of the Pennalvania
Reserve,Corpsit and will, be sold only by , subscriP
tion. It will beready in Augustnext. Przw-Three
Dollars per eepy.- -
The Publishers feel confident that. the lust pride
which every Pennsylvanian must entertain for the
brave men whose gallant achievemente and -patriot
self-devotion- it rechrierwill-seenre " THE.IIIII-
Tx o .4" a - gep,croris dud appreciative reception, -
'ELIAS BARR &.• CO., Publishers,
No. 6 East Ring Street. Lancaster, Pa.
A. C. kIEPPELFINGER. General Agent, York. Pa..,
Capt. Grro. W. HeAnY, Chambersbarg. Agent :or
Franklin county. Junol6-5t
rg Markets. -
;manna°, June 14,1884.
Tallow - - ; 9
Bacon—Raw ..... • 16
Soup Beans - 200
Washed Wool.. 60
Unwashed W 001..... 40
Pared Peaches......;s 0 0
Un . pared, Peaches:- 3 00'
UnedAPples. .. ... 200
• • THE Ai II E. U. 31 ;
Under' the management of Messrs. M'Cotton and
',NIXON', will be ono of the leading features of the
Fair, and will be made up ofthe most attractive`
• SPECIIIENS 'OP ART AND NATURE. - •
The Ladies trust than the citizens' of 'Franklin
county will 'iesporkd' to their call and `come to the
aid of this noble -enterprise.'
MI sales wilt be at reasonable ; pripee,, and
every effort made tolrive satisfaction. _
1864. r- - 1804.
THROUGH EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Harris
burg daily at 2.45 and arrives at West philu-
delphia at 6,35 A. M.
AST LINE leaves Harrisburg daily (except_
Monday) at 6.001 at., and arrives at Westfliladm
phia at 10.10 4.a., Passengers take bleakhist ut
FAST - MAIL TRAIN leaves Harrisburg dOll.l
(except Sunday) at 1.00 P:Nt., and arrives at !I r v,:
PhiladatiLhia. at 5.20 r.m.
MO ur.r, JOY ACCOI4IMODATION, leaves Har 7
risburg at 7.20 A.M., conceal( at Lancaster with Lad
castsr Accommodation Train, and arrives at Vert
Philadelphia atl2-25 '
j __COLUMBIA ACCOMMODATION TRAlN.leavka •
_Harrisburg at 12.20 r.M., Columbia Ll 5 r.u.. and a--
rives at'ancaster at 2.30 icy,: 'connecting with - Fakt
Mail east at Lancaster for Philadelphia , and arrives
at West Philadelphia at - • .
MAIL,TRAIN leaves Harrisburg at 'LW P. at.t.
Lancaster at 2.47 r.m.,mul arrives at West Philadat-'
phis at 5.30 P. Y. •
HARRISBURG' ACCOMMODATION TRAIN:
via Columbia, leaves Harrisburg at 5.25 P.M.; arid'
arrives at West Philadelphia at 10.50 p.m.
• '-W £'B-TAW A
BALTIMORE EXPRESS TRAIN leaves kir
risbarg daily except 31 on &that 2.10 :a Altoona
3.35 a.m., take breakfast, and arrives at Pittabrirg
atl9 P.Y. •
PHILADELPHIA ENPRESS 'TRAIN leaves'
• benburg State
nu, the applicant
g the date et
rasin . • •
Over Miss Leah!'
Parker James H
Shutt Barbara E
Stake Mary B
Shively S -
Ulrich Conrad '
Walter Henry C
White Miss Id 0
- DAV abbettitientent#._
£1 can get enaplOfteetite.t the r indianV:neeri
tel. Chambereberg,TtL. - L - •
jungls-21* - - '.701-EN W. TAYLOR. a
FAIR FOR THE RENEFIT
The Ladies of Franklin Countykroposa bolding a
Fair for the benefit. of the U.S. Unnstian Commis
sion. in CliAlkißEßSßUßG;commoneing
ON MONDA EVENING. JUNE 13th.
Every thing to please the eye and palate will bit
Offered.' MEALS served at the rooms at Motel prices.
0L D LK S' 0 N , C 2.-T1
GEo. E. AYERS Musimd Cornitictor.
An Old Folks' Concert will be given on-the Hee!s
ittflAt of Friday" and Saturday. the 17th had 18t1i. _
This will be a great treat: The best talent ,02.
several neighboring places will be present dad take,
part in the Concert. , - •
riELTL' ADELPHIA- ANWERIE , JZAILO--
1,: RekAl3. l -4118 great line traverses the Northern"
and Northwest conntieS of Pennsylvania to the attar
- of Erie: on Lake Erin..' • .
It has been
by the .Penneylyania RailroadCompanyF.
Company. and under their auspices is being roiddli, -
, opened throughout its entire length.
' •It is now in use for Passenger and FreighthisinesS ,
from- Harrisburg to St. Mary's (218 mileo,) on the
Eastern Division, and from Shefield Erie, 113
miles on the Western Divisiono , ,
TIME OF PASSENGER TRAINS AtiIARRISBITIIt;
LEAI E EASTWARD. - ;"-
Midi Train - • 1:35 p.. 111.•
Express ' - ' 3:15 A.V.
Cars run through without change both ways on
these trains, between. PhiladelPhia and Lock Haydn, —
and between Baltimore and Ldek Haven."
Elegant Sleeping Cars on the 'Express Train both
ways between •Williarnsport and - Baltimore, and -
Williamsport wad Philadelphia.
For information resPectilltyassenffrbusines B 1131 "'
ply at the S. E; Corner 11t hand arket Streets. -
And for Freight btisiness of theCoinntany'sAgenta:
S. B. KINGSTON, Jr., corner 13th anellitaket Ste.;
Philada , •
U. W, IskYsotns, Erie.
J. M. Da4t., Agent N.C. R. E. Baltimore; Md.
R. - IL- 1101JSTON; 4 •
ilon. yroight Agent, Philadelp h ia.
LEWIS L. HOLTPT.
Gen. Ticket Agent. Philadelphia.
. , .105.1). POTTS. - '
,1nn15,64. Oen, Manager. Williamrspot.
pE N•N SYL VANI A RAILROADI
SPRING, TIVR TABLE. FIVE TRAMS
daily to endfronb.Phitactetpnia, on and after%lfeit
The Passenger- Trains of the Pennsylvania flail
road Company *ill depart from, and arrive at Bar
rishing and - Philtulel&hkes follows:
eAvvx - kb:
Harrisburg daily at 3.10 a.w.-; AltoonaB.3o A.M., taho
breakfast, and arrives at Pittsburg at - 1.00 -
- MAIL TRAIN, leaves Harrisburg at 1.30 par..!
Altoona at 7.15 vat., take; suPPer,, and arrives at
Pittsbarg_at 12.30 A.M.
FAST, LINE, leaves;Harrishurg at - Si& rat, '
toona at 8.35 P.M., take supper, and arrives at rittk
•' • " -
burg at 1.00 A.M: , •
MOUNT JOY ACCOMMODATION leaves
caster lit =B3O -a.m., and arrives at Harrisburg
10 rar. • - •
11ARRISHURG•AeCOMMODATEON TB AIN:
leaves West Philadelphia at.„245 PAS., sad
at .„ -
Harrisburg ut 8.10.P.m. y „ -
" MOUNT JOY ACCOMMODATIONO. I, 10401-
Lancaster at 6.25, connecting with HarrisburgAd ,
eoinizooation West. leaves , movait Joy at.T.pOr. vt. , „
and airives at lianisburg at 8.23 P. Y.
. , SAMUEL. D. 'VIM
iails;64-tf. Supt. Middle Div. Penna. -R. 14 "
Mato, Capo $t *tato 6800
, S EGON P",,,AR RIVAL OF
R A T 8 , "...0 • •
GR E A
,T' • 4 T T R,A'e T i O.N.S P
. , ._• • - -
New styles and Go o d - Qcitilities at Low- Prices.
" - le: •
, • , • .... • ,
kap:now selling . certain mialitief of t
Straw .4:teas at, Old prices. :.
and see ,
that . ' ata (lete,cminea to
keop up the reputation of the 'Old Stand,
- to; self
, . .
a - Cheaper t,han,the vuOupest.
-' • ,
Don't forget that „
. • ' DEC:HP.IIT • .
- has removedito his NeW Store itootu.. •
_fair doh South of the
in the Room lately occupied bY- , L ,
Chtunhemburg, Pa. - , . • ,
BA.RNARD - T. FELL'QWS,
HOUSE AND SIGN PAINTER, '
GRAINER, 'GLAZIER 'AND PAPER HANGER.
Shop in the New Building 'adjoining the gar-
zeipeotfolly take this Method of thanking tlae
citizens of Chambersintrit and vicinity for the very
liberal patronage reamed at their hands sumo
my residence in thin-place.. and Battering myself
that I have doner, and am Mall Oreoared to do the
very best work in my line solicit a acmtirmasee of
oast favor. ' . B. T. BELLOWS. •
P.S. I respeettauy -refer to any o Isny patrons--
tames Ernes.; Wm: Mcheilap. COLA. MgClure.
Rev. Mr. Nicol's, Pmelniisnanehureh t Da.
ards. Dr. Visher of the German Reformed Messen
ger, J. AtiisoB 1117ster,`Wm. BYster. add any oth
ers for whom I-have k done reosk—r,-oharturter of
work do.neand.espodßionL 1t1aY18.641 B. 'L F..
WANTED --A good TANNER. Good
Apply ro a t e e rnii" 4l 4 u =reo w rs i tiru be given '
ap27-tf C. 31 taviax.