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GORISP WITH' . OUR FRU:MM.—On Monday
last a man with long hair, and a very dirty shirt
collar, dropped a manuscript from his pocket,
l o t as be was getting into the Cumberland
, v a n e y ears, which were already in motion.
Tbis manuscript we 'picked up, read, came to
the conclasion that it wan memoranda by a re
porter of one of the New York papers, and pub
:fish it entire,- as follows
"4W) , 3d, Sunday, 3 P.M.—Man stopped t
the hotel door, saying that the Rebels had de ,
•feated and captured Sigel, had captaied all 'of
' hitt supply trains, including forty later bier wa
gons,-and were marching upon Williamsport.
'Put on our boots, and hastened to the public
square, where we found an anxious crowd dis
t flirting the propriety of leaVing town, so that
the rebels could take no prisoners. Some one
- ; suggested that none but prominent citizens
would be in danger of capture. Each one con
scions of his prominelice, quaked in his boots,
And hurryied home to ' pat his house in order.'
'The busy bee' might, have taken if - lesson from
`;'Oharnberaburg that night. From 6. P. M. till
ging after midnight they labored and sweated.
It was Sunday,: but 'the ox was in the pit.'
The town seemed one immense cooper shop, as
the rub-aciduli of nailing- down boxes broke the
Sabbath stillness. In the meantime the farmers
began to flock in with their horses, Battle and
Vehicles of every description ; contrabands
litedtbe,road.i3; government stocks were up—
;from Virginia, evinced by the long lines of wa
gons, gorses and mules: Every girl and woman
that was not bedridden was out, and—to their
. ; tredit be it said—seemed remarkably cheerful,
indeed appeared to enjoy the excitement, and to
100 kk upon it as a good juke. The citizens were
informed that they might, go to bed, and that
in case okimminent dmiger the bells would be'
rang., At lh A. M. retired to a sleepless conch,
.(vve do not refer to the General, though the
adjective applies full well) and 24 ,o'clock were
aroused by the hang, BANG. BANG of the bell.
;We arose in extreme haste, very nearly revers
tag the ' nature's first law' of our pantaloons,
*ad hurried down stairs to find, that a patriot
bad undertaken to ring the bell in 'spite of Or
'dere to the contrary, because' of the gul-orious
FOURTH. Our self : respect was sustained by
findingother persons beside Ourself in pertur
hationi' so we prdseuted ahold exterior, acted •
as though we were up for all day, pOssibly as
-if we bad not retired at all, and were just then
OA on public business (taking the first quiet
opportunity to leave). The Fourrriipassed off
with a few Chinese crackers and fire-works,
spiced with just enough anxiety to . awaken
appreciation of " peace and safety you shall find.'
6th. A day of - alarms and arrivals of troops.
's:insisting otherse, foot and artillery, (number
not specified). The sun of the 6th rose cloud
less and , serene, notwithstanding which' the
..rtau.s were rung in the evening. From the
arms of Venus to those of Marsran the citizens,
alt bathos° who were not weil ; muskets, and
ammunition, and blouses were banded forth,
:cannon were planted in the streets, intreneh
meats thrown up under the emetic int3ueucd
- of picks and spades, the women superintending
the whole, and an orderly bustle pervaded, the
headquarters of the DepartMent of the &vague
_ Angina, • There were full as many troops.as the
Spartans had at Thermopylae, and equally full of
fight. The enemy beard of the preparations and
blanched. Hagerstown fell but Chambersburg
; stood. Was it because H. - was twenty miles
nearer the Potomac I Perhaps. July 7th.' A
good many. sleepy looking young men in the
iftreptc- Contradictory news every hour. July
Wentte Harrisburg to see the Governor.
It would not be proper to make public the con
versation,-as it was of a confidential nature':
but min assure our friends that if' it ie . Le . e's
army that has come North orthe Potomac, that
not a soul will ever return—if we can present
it.' July 9th. The citizens have recommenced
toargue politics, from which4e infer that the
danger is in a great measure past. July 10th.
- A Sunday of fearful reports from Frederick—
Saltfmore threatened--G+ veruor calls. for 12,- ,
000 militia—young:man aroused—Patriotism
, not yet extinct,. July 1 1th. Reports from Sigel
that the enemy 'has re-crossed with all his
plunder. How long, ete:l .Wisdom has yet.
some votaries. Latex—enemy not re-crossed.
'The coup try ha s not forgotten the excessive alarm
Which last year pervaded the Pennsylvania border.
nor the haate with which the inhatritants fled before
the distant approaph of the enemy. The startling
keports then telegraphed are remembered. Tae
.'tyrant of courage, the want of patriotism, the want
61.1 local effort to defend an overrun district are
tOtaierubered." - - 7
The above is an extract from an editorial in
the New York Tribune of the 7th, headed ".1n
- vision." This, if Written on the night of the
troth, was :penned when our town 'vials placed by
the wish and hearty concurrence of the citizens
under martial laW by ',Gen. Couch ; when the
bells wore rung to notify the - people that the
enemy were within a few hours march of Cham
, ;homburg; when we had packed and sent off a
Small portion of our goods, concealing some,
andArimly risking the balance; when our wo
:erten had calmly made up- their minds to th
worst and hadjgotten ~ out their linen handker
' 'chiefs for bandages; when our able bodied men
had donned the blouse, shouldered the musket
sod had beeO furnished with twenty rounds of
examtinition each ; when some of our best men
with pick and spade aided in throwing up in-
Aretichments; when'eannon were planted in our
• streets; when loyal Democrats and Republi
-cm expected a battle with the enemies of our
government. At such a time, we say, the New
York Tribune wrote the above, in reference to
citizens tea, sister State, who have been twice
frien'untod:robbed, and almost ruined by the
. eommon enemy,
• The editor of the' Tribune has told ns what he
remembers. Let us use our memory. La s t
year, Get. Milroy with 10,000 soldi ers was de .
• feated and routed and driven through our valley
tar beyond us, and our
population, Was left between him and Lee's
: armyol 90,000 men. Col. (then Captain) Boyd,
-• assisted by - Lieut. Palmer, with about eighty
men fought unaided for about two weeks, delay
' in; the silvans for some days. We sent off our
*irks ender most stringent, military Orders, to
*Sent into the bands of the en
envy, leitivini our aver-ripe grain standing uncut.
We freely assisted . every colored man, woman
and child to escape, and nearly every citizen
with his family remained, though expecting ra
pineand violence. Two regiments of New York
troops arrived at C---g on ,a memorable Sun
day, were welcomed by us all with open hands
and hearts. The Bth N. Y. (we think it was)
was drawn up on the Court Hiluse pavement,
under the shade of the trees, were fed by our la
dies young and old with the best 'vv,e had, and
were•hailed socially as brave defenders. They
were marched about , south of
the town, and upon the approach of the enemy,
were marched back again
,ba our depot where
they took the cars for Harrisburg, leaving their
baggage, tents, etc , whichour citizens the next
day (copperheads and all) hauled in and saved.
We will not venture on details of their conduct
while in our valley; but our daily prayer ever
since has been: "give us defeat, grant us death,
bestow, upon us ignominy, but save "iis, good
Lord, from the New York Militia!" The foe
came; we could not resist, for all our fighting
men were in the army, our quota being more
than full; we dia•notsubmit, we were treated as
enemies ; with our lives in our hands, we furn
ished almost hourly valuable information to the
government; we suffered, did not complain, but,
remained then and remain now loyal to our
country. : This is all true, and comes within.
our personal :knowledge,.
THE-VETERAN 107TH.—We have lute intel
ligence from this pliant organization, through
our friend Sergt. J. Mac. Montgomery, Quarter
Master. Sergeant. The regiment left Harris
burg at the.expiration of their veteran furlough
May' 9th; and on the)sth of the same ninth re
ported to Maj.'Gen.4arren, Commanding sth
Cogs, in front of the enemy at Spottsylvania
Court House, and have been •in the most im
portant ,engagements of Gen. Grant's Army
since. There were no casualties among the
men from this county. We give the following
acknowledgment of their gallantry in the en
gagement of the 13th of June, issued by the
Division Commander, Brig. Gen. Crawford.
..11EADQDARTRISS, 3n Div., 5 1 / 1 A. C., )
Camp near Charles City C. H., Va., June 15,1884.5
COLONEL: The General commanding expres his
satisfaction at the effment manner in which you and
the officers and men of your command performed
the part assigned you on thePth inst , in effectually
holding your position without support.
lam Colonel, very Respectfully, your Obedient
servant. GEo. MONTEItH,
Asst. Adjt, Gen.
SECOND PA. ARTILLERY.—The 2nd Penna.
Artillery left the defences of Washington on the
27th of May, and has performed gallant service
with Gen. Grant p ever since: It is now in the
trenches before' Petersburg. We are indebted
to Lieut. Frank Wingerd for a list of the casu
alties in the regiment since it jidued the Xruiy
of the Potomac. They foot up 19 killed, 113
wounded and 3 captured,•of which the follow
ing are from Franklin,county
Private Jno. Robinson. Co. B, Greencastle, killed
in action. _ _
Corpo Id Benj. Dougherty, CO.,L, Waynesboro,
wounded, and since died in llarripton lipspital. Va.
Private Henry Stine, Co. 3, Warren, veounded.
Private Francis Hoffman, Co. H, Greencastle,
Private Isaac Eekenberger, Company 1,, 'Warren,
Lieut. Wingerd' states that the men have
stood the hardships of campaigning and the fire
of-the enemy most bravely.
CASULATIES ICI Ai'DOWELLS BATTERY.-
Capt. McDowell's Battery has lost about 17
men killed and..* funded during the present
campaign, including the gallant commander
killed. Samuel Dine, Cbambersburg, waa• -
weunded inileft forehead: J. Ebersole Greenvil
lap; in face, slight; Sergt. Robert Dunkin
son, Cha,mbersburg, in right forehead. Ail
the other easulties, thus far reported were from
Ix CASTLE THuNDErt.—By a late Richmond
paper we notice that Dr. Hamilton and Mr. Jae.
P. Culberson, of this place, are still in Castle
Thunder, Richmond. It was confidently ex
pected that • they would be paroled when they
were brought from Salisbury to Richmond,
but as yet ithas not been done. Information
has since been bad from a released Prisoner.
that measures are in progress to , have them re
leased at an early day.
BANK •OF CITAMBERSMAG.-A meeting of
the Stockholders of the Bank of Chambersburg
was held on the sth inst, at which it was unan
imously resolved to accept the act of assembly
of this State, re-chartering the Bank for five
years, instead of going under the National law
CoßßEertoN...—We stated recently that Rev.
D. T. Carnahan had accepted a call from the
Presbyterian Church of Gettysburg. We have
since learned that such a call has.been made,
but he bas not yet signified his intention to ac
Ex-Gov. RITNER was in town on Thursday
last, looking well as Usual.. Although z 34 years
of age, he is quite, vigorous and his mental fac
ulties seem unimpaired.
dons. H. REED has been confirmed
by the Senate as Captain in the Invalid Corps.
He will pros% &moat efficient officer.,
AN UNWELCO ME BTRANGER.—Mr. Itch
commonly known 0.8 thatch, has made itsappeart
- anco in town and in various plices throughout the
county. It may be a source of relief to persons so
afflicted to know that they can get a sure cure for
this troublesome disease at Miller's Drug Store
Let all so afflicted send immediately to their Drug
Store and get a box of Terrel's Itch Ointment,
Price 25 cents. It is a speedy cure.
NEGLECTED COUGHS AND COLDS.—Few aro
aware of the importance of checking a Cough or
"Common Cold." in its first stage: that which in
the beginning yields to a Mild remedy, if neglected,
soon preys upon the Lungs. "Brown's Bronchial
Troches," or Cough Lozenges, afford instant relief.
ORIENTAL HYGItO.BAROMETER OR WRATH
RR LiDICATOB. — Heyser Cressler have an agency
for the side of these instruments. Tney can be seen
at their-Drug Store, They are most compact, have
a good Thermometer attached, and so far have indi
cated the weather correctly. Price $3.75.
IF YOU wish to impart vigor , and clearness
o the voice, relieve hoarseness ke., go at once to
A. J. Miller's Drug Store and get a box of Bann
vart's Troches. the only effectual remedy in the
=aka,. • mar 2
CousTaY people took to your interest Take
your Lard, Bacon, Dried Fruit and inerketing to
Gelwieks', where you will. receive the highest price
in cash, and see thelargost.stock of Fish in town at
• =Ojt lepoiito
BY MAGNETIC TELEGRAPH,
EXCLUSIVELY FOR THE FRANKLIN REPOSITORY.
By the Atlantic and Ohio Telegraph Line.--Otflee
at ahryock's Book Store and R. R. Depot.
THE VERY LATEST !
THE REBELS BEFORE WASHINGTON I
SKIRMISHINC COINC ON !
Special Despateh'to the Repository
Mumma(MG, July 11--3 P. M.
Reliable information just received here
renders it certain that the main army of
the rebels is in the immediate vicinity of
Washington. Considerable skirmishing
is going on, and-the decisive battle malt
very soon be fought.
Communication Resumed between Phil.
udelphia and Baltimore-Gunpowder
Brings Sole-Meetings Held in the
ties and Troops Organizing.
Special Dispatch, to the Repository.
HAaztissuao. July 12-2 P. M.
Military movements between Baltimore uud
Washington are not made known; but there is
no doubt that ample preparations have been
made to meet the invaders with overwhelming
Gen. Grnut and the Washington authorities
have known of the rebel advance for fully u
week, and are entirely prepared.
The telegraph line is workingfrAtn Philadel
phia to Battiulore. The truths were captured
uud the lines cut yesterday-by a few rebel cav
The rebels attempted to burn the long Gun
powder bridge, but a gunboat drove them oft
' The railroad is but littlaif rstiy injured. Some
seven bridges on the Northern Central are de
stroyed—several of them lung ones. . .
There is.arnple force on the road below York
to protect the bridges there.
Meetings were held in Pittsburg, Allegheny.
and many of the large towns throughout the
State last night, to raise troops, and a large
meeting is now in progress in Independence
Square, Philadelphia. The response is now
It is confidently expected that the border
counties will do their whole duty in raising
Thu course of the Tribune has done us much
damage, by its denunciation of our people for
being alarmed without cause. In the Northern
and Western counties, it has-retarded enlist-_
ne presence of Post Master General Blair
'here also strengthened the belief that the author
ties felt no apprehension.
We must work and hope. We can save our
State and rescue the government from the grasp
Geu. Couch hammtliorized the enlistment of
negroes. The first full company that responded.
to the State authorities one year ago Was a ne
gro comPauy, and it had to be rejected fur want
of authority to accept it. L.
[The abo . ve dispatch is unofficial, but it is en
tirely reliable—ED. REPOSITORY.]
Rebels Moving toward Italtimore—Cop
titre two Trains on the Philadelphia
Road—Rebel Pirate Florida at Cape
May—Rebel Raiders Reach Rockville—
Residence of lion. F. P. Blair Burned.
TUESDAY, 3 P. M.
We have a flood of rumors from all direc
tions, but little reliance is 93 be • placed en
Telegraphic communication was interrupted
between Baltimore and Philadelphia yesterday,
but it was restored last- night. Rebel (=airy -
had caputred two passenger trains going to
Philadelphia, a few milei north of Baltimore,
and robbed t htfPassengers'and burned the ears.
Maj. Gen. -Franklin was one of the passengers,
but was probably not recognized.
The War Department, several days since,
telegraphed. Gen. Couch bull authority to act
independently in case he should be cut off froin
It is ascertained .that eight bridges of the
North Central railroad have been destroyed be
tween Monkton and Cockeysville.
Gen. Kelly telegraphed to Geu. Couch yes
terday afternoon, from Cumberland, that there
is no truth in the report that Imboden's and
Morgan's Cavalry are following Hunter'sfor
cm Hunter's fore's occupy Martinsburg, and
another Federal force holds Hagerstown.
The rebelastillliold the South mountain pas:
. in Maryland, whilst their main body threat
ens Baltimore and Washington from a point
between the Monocacy and the foriner city.
The rebel cavalry advanced within four miles
of Teuallytown yesterday but were driven bail.
The pirate Florida was off Cape May on
Monday; where she destroyed several resole.
Information has been received by President
Felton, of the Philadelphia and Baltiiuore
road, that the Gunpowder bridge foal not been
destroyed. The rebels were attacked by a
gunboat as they were about to set it ea fire,
sea driven off.
. A reliable Washington_ dispatch dated MS
Ioth, 8:30 P. At., says that the government is
wide awake, and has been so for days. It is
re-enfureing the troops in ilialtimore and else
where in Maryland most abundantly, Mid the
preparations for the defense of the national cap
ital are ample. The nation may depend upon
it that no serious and no abiding impression
will be made by the rebels in this raid
We eau have no information of Grunt's op''
rations. All intelligence of the movements of .
troops has been prohibited for _five days past.
That he will strike promptly and fatally upon
the coluinn of Lee now across the Potomac we
The rumor circulated here this morning that
Hunter's force had been driven out of Martins-•
burg by Longstreet's corps, is without founds , -
tion. No rebel demonstration of any kind has
been made south of this line since the rebel re
treat from Hagerstown.
GO TO Gelwieka', on the Diamond, for fine
Syrup, Green and Black Teas, fresh Spices, Crack
ers, &S. Yon will get the best quality for the least
GrimicKs has just received a heavy stock oj
ever" desoription of store goods, and offers ithefn
cheap, trifolisale and retail. ' •
AN EYE f - otii.—l-How miserable and disniin
solute must the unfortunate victim-of Serofulomf
sores, Skin Eruptions, disfigured bodies fool, who.
by their' ifermitimand leperonadisenses are denied
the sociery of the refined and 'beautiful. Yet, to
these banithed mortals from society, there is hape
of speedy return, with the full enjoyment of ail'the
Pleasures of health and bliss.. One to six bottles of
Dr. Radway's Renovating Resolvent will cure the -
worst eases of Skin Diseases, Fever Sores, iJleers,
Swellings of the Wands-. Let thisjnediaine be used
in all casestvhere there is a Sore Cr' Skin Disban.
and three days' Iwo will give satisfactory evidewm
of a permanent cure. Price $1 per bottle. t_SoId.LPY
Druggists. Always 3.511; for Radwsy's Rezivating
A. NUMBER of years have elapsed since the
introduction of flosrerrgr.'s Csmitna.sren BITTERS
to the public. The prejudice existing in tim mirk is
of many persons against what are denominated pa
tent inedicinesat first greatly retarded ita sale; init.,
as its virtues and merits became known, this'barricr
of prejudice Was overthrown, and the demand in
creased se: rapidly that a few years' scarcely a
village existed in the United United States in whinh
the afflicted had not experienced the benefits arising.
fromstim use of the "Bitters," and at the present
day there are to be found in all parts of the world
vouchers thr this great merits of the article. I.Zo
greater cure for Dyspepsia can be found. "See ad
vertisement. For sale by Druggists and dealers
generally everywhere. june&-lm
REPORT OF THE ...111A:RKETS
en.tnnaitsßoun, July 12, 1861.
Flour—White. $0 00 - Butte . r.•• 18
.FlOur—Red 9. GO Egg. - 18
Wheat—Whito 175 Lard.. - 'l3
Wheat—Red 1 65 , Ta - 9
Rye—' 125 Bacon—Mums 18
c orn . • • 125 Bacon--Sides 13
75 Soup Beans 2 . 00
Clover:iced 600 Washed Wool • 60
Timothy Seed ' 300 Unwashed Woof . ... 40
Flax Seed 250 Pare4,Poaches 5.00
Potatoes--Mercer... 50 Unpared Peaches... 300
Potatoes—PinkEyes 45 Dried Apples 2 t/0
• : •
EAT TELEGRAPH. 4 •
Philadelphia /lar eM,
• PHILA DECPRI-A, July lz. 1854.
There is very little export d'emaud. for Flour. but.
Prices are unchanged; soma sales of extra family
are making at $110411.50 bbl; the Itonnistrade
huylug at from $9(..40.50 for superfinerv4•'firstname.lastname@example.org
for extra; 6114A11.50 ibr extra family. and $1.2(413
bbl for fancy lots as to quality. Rye 'Flour is scare%
and we hear of no sales. corn Meal is firmly field
at former rates.
GRAAN.—There is a goosi demand for Wheal,_' with
saNs of about 700 bus at . 50c bu for prime West
ern and Pennsylvania reds, and white at;..h.i,iEgs2isc
bu, lisle quality. Rye is scarce. and prices are
better, With small sales at 170@175c Corn is
more.activo, and prices aro better. 5,500 bus sold at
101301700 for prime yellow, in el.:ire. Oats are also
better; 7,000 bus sold at 0W.1 1 070,14 bu.
LALAOF CAUSES FOR TRIAL AT
1./ August Term, 1861. Common Ploas, commeno
ing Monday, August sth, 1864:
'Emanuel Kuhn ci. W. Crooks' Ex'rs.
Michas!: Zellers vs. JameitOute,
- - . - -
SALM-Pennock k Co. vs. William Reber.
John Tritch ' vs. Joseph,Prico. '
Chatles.lloch • vs. A. S. Adams, et. al.
A. J.Taichbaum vs. Dr, John Lambert et. al.
George Gaff 's use vs. John 'EI .
julyla K. S. ,TAYLOR. Pioth'y.
TINTON COUNTY 'CONVENTION.—
t The Union men of Franklin County, without'
distMetion of party, who are witting to unite in a
cordial support of the present Administration in the
Prosecution of the War for the Preservation of the
'Union, are requested to Meet at the usual places for
holding Elections throughout the County, on Norm--
dm/ Alf/ lid between the boors of'd,and 43 o'clock,
to ELECT DELEGATES toMeet in County
Convention, in ' CHAMMOSBORG, on TueNtlay. July
'-,r3th, n o'clock. A. AI., to NOMINATE 'A COUN
TY. TICKET to be supportedhy-the -Union men of
Franklin Cottnty :it the next General Election, and
to trantactsuch other business 11.,9ary , be brought
before the Convention. • JOHN sTE.WART,
Chairman Union County Committee.
J. R. Taxmlnanv, Secretary. july
OFTIIE SUSQUEHANNA, HARAI§BURO. Pa,,
July 8;1%1. •
; 44,ENERAL ORDERS, No. 38. -
In accordance with authority from the President
of the. United States and- the Proclamation of the
GoVernor of yonusylvania, dated Harrisburg,. Jo lv
11364 j Iherebyeall for one thousand (100)) mount
ed inOW, for epeelal service. -
They must be good riders and gallant men, and
must furnish their own horses and equipments, fir
the use of whicli they will receive forty (10) eents
per day each, and be paid for those actually. lout in
the service , at the prnie entered on the muster robs.
The United States Government will thruish eln/h
-, salmi:donee, and.forage.
All those responding to this call aro requested to
assembly at Harrisburg without delay for Company
and Regituennil organization.
- Applications for transportation must be made to
Capt. J. G. jounson, A. Q. and Chief, Quarter
Master of the Department of the Susquehanna, at•
By command of Major General Coven:
' • JNO. S. SCHUL'rZE,
fjulyl3l Assistant Adjutant General.
61 1 TIIESUM/UEUANNA, ILutsisnusa.
The twelve thousand (12,000) men being raised in
pursuance of the Proclamation of the Oevernor of
Pennsylvania, dated at Harrisburg,lnly 6, 'lB6l.
for the defence of the State, will 'be mustered into
the United States service for one hundred UM dttls,
unless sooner discharged, to serve in Pennsylvania,
Maryland. Wishington and vtcinity, as the safety
and protection of the State may require. .
All,responding to the call west ofJohnsttlwri' and
the Laurel 'Hill range of mountains will report to
the commanding officer, Camp Reynolds, ;nom
Pittsburg, Pa—All east of that line, and west of and
including Reading. Pa.. will report to the command
ing officer, Camp CUrtin, Harrisbnrg.-7All eaat of
Reading and that line will rep( rt to the commanding
offi t Camp Ctulwalader,
tomptmics, if possible, should be formed before
starting for the Camp of Rendesvons.
Upon the application, of the - commanding officer
of a 4quad eonstrting of not letii than eight (8) men.
or a company,,to the agents of the different rail
road companies throughout the State, transportation
to the Camp of ItPatiozvous will IN ) furriFsheil
By command of :Wafer General COUCH:
JNO. S. SCULTUTZE, ,
Official Ftfulyl3) Assistant Adjutant General.
• . , •
EGISTER'S , NOTICE.-All personn
Lt. , interested will ploaso take notice that the fol
lowing accountants have settled their aocounm in
the 'Register's office of Franklin County, and that
the same will be presented to' the Orphans' Court
for confirtnittion. on Werinestoty, the Toth dog of
Attotin,lBol, at the Court House in Chambersbarg
113. First and final account of Priscilla Nave, Ad
ntildsiratrix of fleorge Nave, late of Antrim town
112. First and final account of John hand
enimer4Adin'rs of Catharine Cramer. late of Let
terkenny township; deed. • •
113. First and final account of Mary Shaffer. Ad
ininistratris. of Christian Shaffer. late of 'Mercers.
114. First and final account of Nicholas and Jo;
coh . Kline, Ex'rs of Jacob Kline, late of Montgom
ery township, deed.
115. First and final-account Martin Snider. Aduei
of John Detwiler, deed.
110. Third account of SolomOu Fiery, Ex'r of Jio o.
ffirewer. late of Montgomery township. tice'd.
117. Account of A. B, Wingers'. Adm'r of 'Riga-.
bath Burk. late of Antrim township. deed.
118. - First and final account of David Spencer.
Adm'r of Emanuel Kindig, late of Southampton
119. First and final 'account of Lewis P. Skeggs.
Adrift d, b. n. c. t. of Francis Robison, late of
Montgomery township. deo'd.
120. First aceount'ofGeo: Greve, Adm'r of Mich
lael Coble, late of Hamilton, turrnship,dec'd, ,
'' 121. First and final account of Ltionv.rd Allemar
and Samuel Gott's,' Ex'rs otChristian Alleman,latt
of Lurgan township, d e c'd„ k
122. ,First and final acconin tof John Huber, Adm'i
of Abrahanti Shelter. late Guilford twp.. deed,
123. Final accountofjoteph C. Kennedy. surviv
ing Ex'r of Henry - biirdtb - lof J., late of Chambers
burg, deed. -
124. Firstand final Secanntof Daniel Shank, guar
dian of Anna C. Funk, minor child of Jacob l'ank,
late of Washington township, dec'd. -
125,, Firstandfinalaccountof Daniel Shank,Guar.
di r an of Susan FUnk, minor child - of Jacob Funk,
late of Washington township, - deed.
193„ second account of George Johnston, Adm'r
of Joseph' ohnston, late of Southampton township.
127. Accomit 'ot Jamas Hill; ,Ex'r of Cathirine
Beatty late of Antrim tovrnalup, deed, as stated b
Samuel Myers and T. J. Nill. Ex'rs of James Nits.
128. First account ,
'of T.' B. -Kennedy. surviving
Ex'r of s Jame Beatty~ late of Antritiit_wp.. deed.
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the Hon. ALEX. KING, President of the several
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consisting ortho counties of Somerset, Bedford.
Fulton and Franklin, and by virtue of 4s office, the
Court of Oyer and Terminer and General Jail De
livery-1011m trial of capital -and - other offenders
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JAMRS O. CASSON, Ego., Judges of tke same county
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your Records, Recognizences, lixam_mations, and
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Given under my hand at Chambersbarg, the 11th
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julyl3 ' • ' ' Sheriff.
A LIST OF GRAND and TRiVERSE
lA. JURORS for a Court of Oyer and Terminer,
Court of Quarter Sessions of the Peace,ead a Court
of Common Pleas to bold at • Chambersburir. COUP'
rnencing on Monday, the 9th day of Auenat, 1864:
• Samuel Shively, Green Isaac Burns, Antrim ;
John Bryan, St, Thomast Daniel Beene*. Montg'y; '
Isniel Bear, Washington; Geo H Davison, Green
castle--John Duffiield c tluilford •. Hartman ' Dick
limit. Peters ; John Funk of IL Washington t Jacob
S Fleming, Greencastle; Christian Hostetter. South
ampton ; David Hays. do; Dan 'I klarmo4,Cham leg;
Geo Kindline. do; Cornelius Londeb Mercers
burg: Robt F M'Utine, Southampton: in M'Ciin
toekT-Charniazg;-Jatob Overeash, do t , J B Osbraugh„.
Antrim; Henry Peiffer, Cha - mb'g; .has Reilly, do;
Ferdinand Senseny, Peters; John Sanders. Larva; -
Charles West. Washington.
' • TRAVERSE JURORS,/
• Jacob Adams'. Waynesboro'; John Ft Benedict.
Quincy ; Samuel A' Bradley, Montgomery; Jacob
Baader, Guilford; Wm H Brotherten.Wayncsborot-
JOrcniiiih Drown, Green; Chas F Croft., Chamb'g ;
John Creamer, Antrim ;Daniel Cale. St. Thomar;
Wni.-(11ine; Southampton; Andrew Dilater, Quinoy;
Henry Ditch, Antrim; Michael .Diebl, Hamilton;
David Detrich. Green - castle; Henry Deardorff; Quin
cy; Lewis Elliott. do; Maxwell .Elliott, Monts's , :
Daniel Foreman; Greencastle; Samuel" Grossman,
Guilford; Michael Gelwieks, Southampton; David
Good. Antrim ; Thomas Gillan,. St. Thomas; John
W Haulman, Mercersburg; Michael Hoke, Monten
Samuel Holiday, Fain:reit ; John Reim, Antrim*
Jacob Harshman, Quincy; Michael Horehelrode.
Guilford ; John J Irwin. Wayneshore'.;:Robt Kirk
vatrick,-Green ; Jacob Kindig, Southampton Lill- -
ohne-1 Charub'g; Josiah Meade. do; John
Mowry, Lumen. Josiah Melhiirn Chamb'g. Satal
Kieudemus l iquahitirent'lliliPbreratali, Antrim;
Jacob Over onset, o; 'as Patton, Peters; John
Pouts, QuineY; Geo Smith, do; Samuel L Seidman, -
Lurgan ; John Seilhamer, QuincY ; -Samuel Stoner,
Larson; Edward Shillito,Antrim Sanibel WorleY,
Chamb'g; ELM White, do; Don't Zack, julyl3
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