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THE DUAFT FOR DEFICIENCIES.
The Board •of Enrollment for this district
made a draft at the Head quarters oi the Pro,
vest Mar Shat in this place, on Tuesday, the 5tF
inst., for, actual deficiencies on the late draft
occasioned by exemptions, in the counties of
Fulton, Adams,-and Bedford. Since that draft
was made an orderhas been issued to draft one
hundred per cent: additional for thedeficiency
_of. each district, so as to make the quota com
plete' without 'drawing• again, and accordingly
the draft was, made yesteidurser Franklin and
Somerset with the excess. An 'additional draft
111 be made hereafter fur the deficiencies in the
counties of_Adams, Fulton and. Bedford, as the
law requires the quota of each sub-district to
ti,fil:ed entirely either by commutation, substi
tides or personal service. The new law abol
ishing the commutation clause does not apply to
the draft, now being made, and conscripts can
still be released, from duty under this draft, but
ndt from future drafts, by the payment of $3OO.
.It' would be' wise therefore for every person
who can do so to render service in person or
by substitute, as they may be drafted by a new
call under the amended law within a Month
atter paying commutation,
- We' subjoin a list of the names drawn on the
sth inst for deficiencies : •
ADAMS . COUNT Y—No...DRAwN, 83.
1 Abr,ahloxi Sowers I 2. John Kinnamon
. ' ' BERWICK BOROUGH. •
P Henrr•Mofflsonl 3 John Hoff he ins'
•Sjohn T Pfeiffer I 4 Joseph B Hafer
r BUTLER TOWNSHIP.
1, Aaron Wisler I 8 Eli Staneuer
1-Jacob Swovelandl 3 Samuel Smith
3 David Eline I 4 William Blodner
• • - CUMBERLAND TOWNSHIP.
1' Williatp J Slyder 12 Charles Yeatts
' ' FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP.
I:,GeoreePlory I 2 Amos Noel
LAndrew J Weishert 4 Samuel S Moritz
:I;DanielJ Hesson 5 Isaiah Stoltz '
3 Isaac R•Golden
- - GERMANY --
1 Jacob Wolf
1 George Sanders
2 ,Genge Hewing
1 David Clever
' - LIBERTY '
I , •Georie W Hardman •
2 William C Seabrboks 1
3 Casper Myers
1 George Warn
2 - Solomon Hartman
VAbraham Hoffman ;
MOUNT JOY TOWNSHIP.
I.jaeob Jacoby , ; 6 John Karns
2 aobert ki Young 7 Joseph Stockelagcr
3 'Jacob Samuel Baker S Joseph W Trostle
4 John Tawney Jr 9 James M'Sherry
s.Jasiah Bowers 10 John B Sheaffer
• - MOUNT PLEASANT TOWNSHIP;
. 1 Adam Hartlaubs 19 Jobn Wagathan
2 George Yaw • I 110 William Nace (col'd)
3 David Bievonour 11 Samuel Wolff
44eremiatt Carbnugh 12 Agideous Noel
54acob J Smith 13 Jacob Hornberger
6' Wm H Hauck 14 Joseph Smith
7"-William Fink 15 Henry Olinger •
8 Peter AStrasbaugb ,16 William Lilly '
- • OXFORD TOWNSHIP.
1 Michael M'Caddin I 2 John Emmert
•" - READING TOWNSHIP.
1 Jacob Fissel 12 John L Brenizer'
1 John Werts 12 . ji;OiTif - X Wolf
TYROI , TE TOWNSUIP.
1 John Yoko 5 Franklin H Ebert
2 John' Eekenrode 6 Ephraim Brame
3 John 'Mat) 7 Jacob B Spangler
4 Peter Miller • I •
UNION TOWNSHIP. •
1 Adam Bailor ' 13 John Spangler Jr '
2 John Messinger • 4 John Allen
1 John Russel
2 Jackson Wisegarvef
4 Zacharias Koontz
6 Andrew Klavensprice
7 Frederick Sill
8 Alex Locket (cord)
10 Josiah B Ritchey .
11 jamb Barnhart
12-Simon Eagan '
13 William lf Smith
14 Andrew 14 Diberd
-15 1 SiilLS M'Phersonl
16; Charles S Gnbernator
- BROAD TOP TOWNSHIP.
lAllison Edwards 26 Wilson Hamilton
Ddvid Thomas ' 27 John Sntchall
3 Noble-Robison (cord) 28 Joseph Young
4 Adani Davis 39 John W Teeters
5 Reese Polly 30 David L Whited
6-Robert Al'lntYre 31 - Thomas Hopkins
7'Androw Miller ' 32-Henry Myers
8 Thomas Cowell 33 Jacob - Barnet •
9 Abraham Wright 34 William Stevenson
10-Oliver I'd - Stewart 35 Thomas Al Williams' '
'll Joseph Johnson • 36 George Rustonl2 Henry Rees 87 James Powers
13 -William T Lewis 38 James Maxwell
14 sThomas R Cromwell '39 Samuel Grove -
15 Andrew J Beltz 49 Charles A M'Killip
36 Michael Kelly 41 William A Williams
17 James Twaddle - 42 Henry Miller
,18 James 43 Benjamin Whited ."
'l9-William Patrick 44 David S Banks
• 20,Havid James . 45 Michael Kelly
21 Harrison Meek 46 Andrew Dennison
22 Peter Daffy - 47 Andrew J Bitner
23 Thomas D James 48 David Figard
24 James Finley 49 John Dell
25 "Jesse Evans ' 50 Charles Haines
' COLERAIN TOWNSHIP.
1 Daniel Beae 9 George A Deihl
2-Abram D Shoemaker 10 John Ressler
3 BaltzerSheely 11 -Nathan C Evans
A -Willfam Cessna ' - 12 Levi Kegg
5 John•G Hughes 13 Ell Corie
6 George M'Lellan 14 David Diehl
-Willinva Wilburn 15 Jacob blench
'8 Alexander J Wolford
- - SNAKE'SPRING TOWNSHIP.
1 JohnStiffier 7 Joel Diehl .
2 John Gaphart ; 8 William Smonse
3 Jacob H Orris 9 John 0 Hoffman
4'Oeo W C Vanfossen 10 John Boler
5 Dennis Herriniton 11 Michael Wierham
6 "john 0 Hartley 12 William Grissinger
- 0111111ERLAND VALLEY TOWNSHIP.
ljohn P Miller 12 William Trout
2.-Eamnel Boor 13 William D M'Clellan
3111 enry Miller 14 Daniel Wolforai
4.Dliver P Henderson 15 George Whip
5 John Moak Jr, 16 Duncan Bruner
6 3._,(Shn Whip ' 17 James Zembower
7 John B Drennhng 18 Edward Haney
8 Tolbert Raw, • , 19 Dennis Yeats ,
%jamas Elliott , 20 Samuel Miller
10. John W Norris - 21 Joseph Growden
11 John grown • 22 John Hardman
• EAST PROVIDENCE TOWNSHIP.
1 John College 10 John Solcnberger
2 Solomon Feight 11 Adam Richey
&Milli= Mellott 12 John Felten
4 George Riley 13 John College of H
5 -Wilson L Sams 14 Wilson Oefibaugh
'.. 6 James Householder 15 William Overocker
- 16 Joseph College
• 8 Jacob Chamberlin 17 Stephen Sigle
9 AlliverArDan iel
' • - `HARRISON TOWNSHIP. '
VjohiLeopard , 6 Samuel Boltz
2'Eljjah Miller 7 Martin Fichtncr
3 GenrFeNT - Hern 8 Henry Bailey
4 William' Nvenm ' 9 Oliver Knopper
s;Niehelas - Whitolin'e
_ _ : JUNIATA.
I'.lnnis Vagrabbaisur B
7 William Frazger
8 John Corley
St•Thmh Shafer •
10 Wm May
11 Chnstopher 'kiss '
13 Abraham Skelly
14 Lewis Allen
3 Elias Rites
4 Ephraim Wintrode
• N TOWNSHIP.
3 Lewis Brumbaugh
2 John Deardorff
4 James H Taylor
5 Lewis Whitmore
4 Cornelius Rice
$ Oliver C Smith
Y—No. DRAWN, 385.
17 Thomas J Brown '
13 Martin Marshal (col)
19 George Zimmere
20 David Zigler
21 Adam Earnest
22 Henry Bar
'2l Aaron Zimmors
124 William Miekle
25 Millward Moorehead
'Ty John - W Knox '
27 , -C/egg° W Diberd
28 Samuel Reighard
129 'Nathaniel Smith
30 , Thomas Croylo
31 Philip Earnest
16 Jesse Geller
17 Scott Kinsoy
18 Frank Sheppy -
19 Lewis reds
t_SJoba Ellenberger •
24 William - Reilly
26 Blies Bolniner (cord)
27 Andrew Beltz
23 Jacob A Billegas
29 Joseph Poller • ,
TOWNSHIP.. • ,
8 Lewis Pluck
9 John Cramer
10 Abraham Steel
11 Thomas A:Piper
12 John B Pluck .
11-Isaac Little • .-
13 Levi Berkstryier
14 Enoch McOrigor
15 Lewis Syling
16 Joseph Smelser
17 William Miller
19 Jaciito , MeGrea - • ,
1 Geoff' Gipson •
2 David Brattier
3 Pius Little
4 JamesP lerag.
5 Thomas Franklin
0 Jacob Stoopey
1 David Putt
2 Stephen MeCahan .
3 David Steel
4 Washington Hoover
6 Benjamin Donalson
7 John Berkstraser
9 James Clark
9 Joseph-Shaffer -
10 Wm Grade' '.
1 Wm Green (col'd)
2 Francis Burket -
3 Jacob Rush
4 Gideon Shaffer
5 William Kellerman
6 Jeremiah Devore
7 Levi Clitz
1 William Cashman
2 Peter Shiner
- MONROE 7
1 William Hanks 1
2 Isaiah Shafer
3 Simon Homer
4 Abraham May ,
5 John Fletcher
6 James Hixon
7 Job S Akers
S Daniel Cornell
9 Michael Crothena
10 John Berkman
1 Miles M'Millen
2 -Nathan C Blackburn
&Joseph F Blackburn
4 John G Feight
5 Mahlon Smith
6 Nathaniel Yore
7 David L Dougherty .
8 Michael Dull
9 Wm Johnson (col'd)
10 .Tames 0 Robinet
11 Samuel K Miller
12 Michael Deatner
1 James Frazier
2 John H Schell '
3 Andrew Broombaugh
4 George Barriek
1 Jacob Conrod
2 David hams
3 Jesse W Houser
4 Paul Johnson • ,si)
5 Heica Johnson
6 Jacob Larah
7 Mo.ses Wideld
8 Amos Perrin
9 Henry limos
10 liezekiah Bennette
11-George W Buxton
• SOUTH WOODBIJ
1 Jahn L Meloy
2 Peter Shial.P.r
3 James H Graham I
1 John A Sleek ,
2 Ellis R Davis
3 Peter Shoop
4 John H Koontz •
5 John Dull
7 George W Barefoot -
8 Zechariah Wolf
9 Elwood Miller -
10 - Enos Davis
11 Uriah Akers
12 Jacob FYO
13 Fred'k Barkhamer •
14 William Hoover
15 Henry Machtlyl
1 Joseph C Ickes
2 Henry Bush
3 Jacob Snyder
4 Jacob Shaffer
5 Samuel Bowser
6 Adolphtts Burket
7 Adam Pressler
S Andrew Allison
9 John Krell
10 Samuel Woyant ofJno
11 John F Christ
1 Frederick Davis
2 Andrew J Morgart
3 Sainnel Pittman
4 John Price
5 Lewis M'Daniel
6 John W Eshelman
. 1 Joseph Weimer
2 Johnsen Hafer
3 Valentine Steekman
4 Jeremiah itamsey
R John J Wolford
' 9 William •Burket
10 William Mull
11 Jacob Evans
'l3 John Philip
14 Martin L Miller
3 Elias LlloLsingor
11 David Means
12 Ephraim Pittman
13 James R O'Neale
14 William Robins '
15 Philip Backman
16 Joseph Winter -
1T Jonathan Rico '
13 Adam Conner
19 David Bishop
113 Gabriel Hull
14 Solomon Dull
15• David Hull -
16 Wm Winemminer
17 William i-Allen
18 Shannon Sutter
19 Gnome Caxton (cord)
20 Hezekiah Davis
21 John. Conner
2 2 Edwin V Garveston
23 Noah Deal -
G - BOROUGM
5 GeorkeJ Book
6 John Bewail.
7 John J Luken
N , TOWNSHIP. ,
13 Samuel ',eighty
,14 James Fisher
15 Geo Barthelow of J
16 John Bennette
7 Jesse W Mors
: Bernard Lams
;19 James Wieteld of J
20 Henry L Ruby
21 David Ritesman
22 Jacob Diehl 1
23 Jonathan Wilson's
24 John Hess
IRY TOWNSHIP. ,
4 Levi S Ober
5 James Deitricit '
7 John Kerr
8 Philip Snider
9 Joseph H SParki
10 Joseph Weaverlin:
11 James South
12 Alexander Clarke
5 Christian Wagoner
6 Joseph Al Bender
7 John - A M'Kindless
8 Joseph Cessna
Y—No. DRAWN, 10)
6 Isaac Cruthers
7 John Plasinger
8 Joshua Molott
9 Enoch Bart
FULTON- COUNT .
1 Wesley Melott
2 Jacobi&llott ofJacol?
3 Abner Meted
4 Bartimions Smith
5 Henry Sipes
BETHEL , T
1 Amos Layton
2 Joseph Deneen -
3 George Fisher
4 Denton Lainhart
5 Abraham Plasingor
6 William Tyson •
8 Baltser Morgret
9 Dayton 0 Shives
10 Charles N More (col'd)
11 Job Martin
12 James Oakman
13 Otho Barnhart.
1 Joshua Hixon
2 Philip Barton
3 George Fields
4 Ezekiel Dillon
5 Benjamin M Lodge
1 Abraham Showalter
2 Elias Yates
& Jonathan Kerlin
4 Joseph Markey
5 George W Leiglily
6 William Greer
7 Isaac F Wills
'• • • M'CONNELLSB
1 Samuel Shoemaker
2 Martin M Bender
3 Lewis E Washington
1 Jonathan Anderson
2 John Shaw,
3 Daniel P Oe m
1 Enoch Graves
2 Daniel Knable
3 . Daniel,llSrlider
4 Benjamin F Pittman
6 William Tayman
6 Henry Gordan
7 Abner Truax
8 Conrad Ort ,
9 Andrew Andersen
10 Calvin Robison ,
11 John Foreman
12 David Crawford ;
13 Georg_o W Holland
14 Wm J McFarland
4 John W Greathead
5 Henry M Hoke -
6 Lewis A Hoke
1 Philip Peehtle 4 James Cooper
2 Zacharias Wagoner 5 - Jama; Rummel
3 li arTiSOLI Kitle • 6 John W Bowman
WELLS TOWNSHIP. -
1 Thomas Duvaull . 6 David Hoop .;
2 Philip White 7 Ezekiel White - '
3 Oliver Woodcock 8 John W Figart
4 James Wished 9 Eli Alloway .
5 John Rhoata 10 John Edwards-
The draft waa made yesterday for Frankl"•:
and Somerset for the deficiencies with the m
hundred per cent. added. We have room tl
FRANKLIN COUNTY. No. DRAWN, 256.
1 Samuel Crider 8 Lari Powell
2 John Burns • 9 Tim Anderson (ool'd) •
3 Isaac N Rhule 10 John Shrader
4 George W Barnhart 11 Ant'y Newman (cOl'i' ;
5 Jaaliticherthion (col'd) 12 John Bush (of A) •
6 Charles Robinson(col) 13 Jeremiah Shook
7 Washington Koontz 14' Jasper N Hicks
1 Robert. G Ferguson 29 George Shearer
2 Augustus Shields 30 Peter It Shields
3 Calvin Al Skinner 31 Herman Hoclrenberi
4•Calvin J Gamble 32 Wm H Mackey
5 John Evetts -33 Lewis S Piper •
16 James J McMullen 43 Robert J Campbell
7 George 'Wolff 35 William Piper
8 Amos M Elder 36 Jos J Dorsey (cord)
9 Daniel C Hammond 87 Thomas Zigler
10 John Knek 38 Samuel Koontz
11 Thomas J Heins - 39 John P Junking
12 David J Comany. 40 William Becket
13 Simon S Piper • 41 John It M'Lain
14 Thomas ROM 42 Levi Day (cord)
15 Stophers 0 B M'Cardy 43 William A West
16 Daniel Brent 44 Charles Widney
17 Michael Dunklo - 45 Denny HockenberrY
18 Daniel D Steak 46 Jas, B Worthington
19 Ales L C Dingwall 47 Joseph Carter (cord)
2) Rev Samuel Young 48 Isisao Reifsisider •
2. John Haines 49 William H Wilson
James 1) Creamer 50 John M'Laughlin
2: Osarge McMullen • 51 John W Flora
-14 Thomas H Doyle 52 James 51 Wilson
23 Robert L Davis (cord) 53 John M'Llaro
21 John W Shetter ' 54 Jacob Shetler.
Elisha Young - 55 William Lewis
4.ciArY.P,Minp L Dekrias
i 7 Charles Neireider 60 William Camobelf ,
58,john A IVl'Curdy - : 61 Roberti'M'intYro
5, , Joshua Saiadorsjool'd( 63 James E Wood
I.lYm P 111 • Grath ! f 3 Win Hockersmith i
.2.John Bigham .1 4C M Culberson ,
- , HAMILTON TOWNSHIP.
1 John Linn _ H 5 - William 'Hafer
2 Daniel Strock 116 Peter Klutz
3 Samuel Newcomer - 117 Jacob Detrieh Jr
4 John Grove 1 18 Rueben Strike
3 Henry Raffensberger 119 Martin Wengerd
6 John Albert;2o Henry Reilly
- 7 James Williams(cordh2l David W Buchanan
.1 Henry Carr-- 122 Abraham Grove ,
9 Charles Smith (cord) 1 2 3 William Cell
10 William Rupert 1 24 David Martin .
II Henry Behannan IX John 1) Snider
12 Joseph JoneslT, Joseph MehallY
13 Frederick Dice IT: John Ron „. ,
14 Joseph Burkholder 128 Lewis Stonier
LETTERKENNY TOWNSHIP. '
1 Henry 0 Rife ! S John,'M }team
2 Christian Stoverl..9 JohiNk or ,
3 John Mackey 110 Daniel Sliehter
4 William Forbes 11l Samuel Brennaman
5 'Christian S Brubaker 112 Joseph Upperman
6 David Crider;l3 David Shunter
7 David M'Creary 114 John Rupley
1 Leonard Allman 6 William Lowly i
2 David R Shoemaker 7 Noah Rhone ,
3 Henry Clippingur i it Ailleg Miler
4 JaCob Weu,veri 9 Andrew Maxwell
5 David S Delfaven 110 John M Saltzman
1 William Elliott. : 112 - llctiry Horubreaker
2 Henry Polsgrove E David E Well '
3 Patterson Brubaker 114 John -A Rhoads !
4 William II Hoko 115 Samuel A Bradley
5 William Fry 1111 Jacob Zook- !
6 Henry Stroek 117 Oliver 11, Anderson
7 Edward Hays Ili Michael K Keyser
8 John Haulnuin - ;19 John Stitt lipper
-9 George W Fry 'l2O Jacob P Miller
10 Peter Good 121 William Mliiiiighlin .!
11 Samna! J,Stech 12'2 Emanuel Erwin . .
' PETERS TOWNSHIP.
`. 1 Michael Hoke 1 7 Thomas Phoenix (eon
2 .Jacob Greenawalt •1 S Benjamin !lmbert ';
3 Samuel Gatos I 9 John P Over'• .!
4 Charles Kane (cord) 10 Henry Oyler
5 .John Giftlll .Joseph Warmly!
6 Eli Miles ' 112 Peter K Hawbeeknr
QUINCY TOWNSHIP k '
1 John Walk . 9 John Lowrie !
2 John Middour 110 Samuel MeC3e.aii.
3 William Finafrock , 11 Culuinbue Stull-- ,_
4 Paul Sires:swan 112 John AlelCersh
' 5 -John Thompson 113 Herinan 13zunbitugh
6 Nicholas Nniteinacker:l4 A lutef Martin ! ,
7 Joliii Greenaw .1i :13 Ad WI Rock (9 t .1" ,
S John A Null (01 tll,, 1I i .):ivid Moue iof I))
SI. THOMAS TO-WNSHIP.,
1 John J Taylor 1 3 Daniel Cruet '
2 Jacob F Reamer 14 John W Kridler
1. John A.l Snider HO John M'Neal :
.„,!, Soloinon Horst 11l Henry Stough
3 David Lutz 112 !We've Ogle
4 Martin Landis 113 Alfred II Kyner '
5 Thomas Cooper (eol'&)14 John Locket (eol'd)
6 Levi Alexantler(col'ols George Folpit
7 James Linn 116 William 0 lCvner
8 David L Powdersll7 iat.ob Hetilelinger
9 Robert Cline 118 John W Orr 4
1 Samuel Zmmernian 1 6 Isaac H an oll
2 David Shire ! 7 Christi 8 !dither
3 Samuel 0 MeCtilloughl 8 Peter Hull •
4 Jonathan S Myers, 1 9 Isaiah Brewer
5 Abraham Yealtle ilO Solomon Collar
1 Samuel Sheffer 112 William Koehler
2 David H Funk 113 George W Lowry
3 George Ar Hong
14 James II Clayton
4 Robert Tweedy 13 Robert Davis-
5 Lewis. Rinehart 16 Israel Bart '
6 Jacob Kneedy 17 Henry Scott
7,,William Hall • !lii David Williar
8 Jesse Young 19 Martin Funk
9 Lewis Fitz 'X Hiram Sehindledeeker
10 John B Miller - 21 Washingtoc Johnston
11 Nihon Hough t.: Luther Stedman
- - - WAYNES.BORO' BOROUGH. • ,
1 Samuel K Smithlll James L WiingleY
2 John (1 Grumbrise 112 Hiram-Stiidr ,-- -
3 Adam Furney 113 James W:Miller
• 4 John M Bender )14 John S Besore
5 Henry r Barnet 115 Hiram 11 11!nnoberger
CrWilliara H Gordon i l6 Augustus liishor
7 William Hoke 17 Dr E A Herring
8_ Jue o b Burkett 18 Charles M Shiader
9 Nathaniel Crouse 19 David ShodP '
10 FraneisS Ryder X Williattiqi Huntit
The names drawn for Somerset will begiven
next week. '
17 Noah Bisset '
18 Aaron Garth
19 Isaiah Blackburn
20 Jesse Wells
21 Enoch Blabkburn
5 Samuel Bearfoot
15 Philip Cl:mouth
24 Josiah Zimmerman
26 Robert B Smith
27 William Rininger
28 William Kirk
29 Frederick Oster
30 .Toseph Sill
31 Franklin Mickel
12 Balser Wertz
. 18 John Shull
14 David Klotz
15 Moses Berkheimer
16 John M Walter
17 John A Knipplel
18 Daniel Sharp
19 Daniel Claar
20 Michael Moses
21 William Dick
' l4 Levi Winters
15 James Irwin '
1 16 John Hill ''
17 Wesley Lynch
18 William Gail
19 Caleb Hixson •
'AI-Samuel Morgan (col'
21 Denton Martin
22 Benjamin Truux
In William V Kirk
24 John Simmons
25 Barclay Morgret
6 William A Sprout
7 William . ..)lalvane
8 Gabriel Segal
9 David E Barton
10 Oliver Forney ,
- - -
5 Benj A L Deaver
6 Isaac G Bratton
7 James MeNerlia
' A. 0. HEISTER.
- JAMES WORRALL,
• Board of Apprnis a under the Act of April 22nd,
QrozVartnero - bip potters.
ed having formed a Co-partnership. for the
purpose of continuing and currying on the r;TOYE
AND TINNING 13(:: , INESS, in the name of MIL
LBR, H I.SIILfON respectfully invite their
old customers and the public generally to give them
J. B. MILLER.
A. HAlti ELTON.
ttra. W ishing to close the old Book 4, persons know
ing thenisuives indebted Kill please call end s t ale.
5,r unto or otherwise. MIL R.
by given that the undersigned have entered in
to partnership in the Hardware and Cutlery hu`siness
at the old stand of Myer. 5: - Brand, where 47 are
prepared to thruish ei cry thing in our line as diem)
as any other house in the cenntz..
mon t.l ate offered for cash; as our motto will be - quick
sales and short, profits. JACOB S. BRAN D.
0e14.63. GEORGE FLACK.
I 8 'John Winters
9 .Abner Hess
[lO Eli Funk
11 John Evorets
112 Adam Hector
13 Henry Trott
fax JrnnKtiu irtcpooitorn, ibrimbersburg, Pi
MILITARY CLAIMS.—To all whom
it may concern.—The undeisignecl Board of
Appraisers appointed by theCout t of Common Pleas
of Dauphin County, ace net of '22d April, IST,) to
invostignto the claim_ arising from the Stuart raid,
he militia claims, and the Anderson Cavalry im
pressment claims. all oecuring in the year r 1862. in
Southern border counties; pf Pennsylvania; have
now so far as regards the Stuart raid claims conelad- ,
ed their labors; having returned eases to the num
ber of four hundred and fifty (.15()) to the Honorable
the above mentioned court. The Anderson Cav
alry and Militia elaims remain to be heard. But
the some having both been reported upon by Cum
in issiJners appointed by His Excelleey Gov. Curtin.
A law is now in the course of passage through the
Legislature (having passed the House and being at
present under consideration in the Senate) whereby
the action of the said Cominissionen shall be legal
ized if upon examination by the present Board the
same shall be found to ho just. The Legislative
action will be determined at the adjourned session
to he held in August next.
Nom,therr,fore. this is to pine holier. to nll persons.
having certificates of adjudicated claims under the.ll
Anderson Cavalry impressment and Militia dam
ages. respectively, returned by Hours. D. 0. Helm
and Samuel lleisher in the Anderson Cavalry eases,
and Messrs. W. H. M' Dowell and Chits. M. Burnett
in the Militia eases aforenaitl"; -that they deposit, thb
said certificates with Messrs. 1111.elitin S Kimmel),
said Attorneys being duly authorized to receim and
resister the name for consideration by the said the
undersigned Beard of,Appraineri, when the current
legislation shall have been duly aseertained. Cases
may be marked for appeal should stieh
of any of the claimants, hut appeals must be sub
stantiated by the clearest evidence to be successful
as confidence in entertained to
-a high degree by this
Board in the justice and probity of the Commission
ers before named. Should the legislative action
prove to vary from what is anticipated, due notice
will be given immediately after the ailjournm cat of
the Letialature,for the hearing of said claims in cc- I
eorian'ee with the statuto aforesaid passed April •2_ , .h.1
A. P., 1863.
( - 16-PARTI\ERSHIP.—Tite undersign
ed has associated with himself, nn the lit Feb
ruary. 1864, JOHN B. STUART, in the Grocery
business, under the name and style of SHAFER
STUART. Thankful for the patronage heretofore
extended to the establishment, he hopes by a strict
attention to business to merit - for the now firm - a
continuance of public favor: ,
mar 2 - - JACOB SHAFER.
ted with me, this dtiy, Febrciary 9th 1864, in the
mercantile business L. B. KINDLINE, the business
hereafter will be conducted under the firm of WIL
LIAM WALLACE & CO. Haying had a liberal
patronage beretoffire."l solicit the same for the new
firm. [mar 2-tf) WILLIAM WALLACE.
UNION COUNTY CONVENTION.-
The Union men of Franklin County, without
distinction of party. who are willing to unite in a
eordial . 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 Satur
dap,July Vld, between the hours of 2 and 6. o'clock,
P. M.. to ELECT DELEGATES to meet in County
Convention, in CIUMBERSIMB“, on Tuesday. July
nth. at 11 o'clock. A. 151.. to NOMINATE A COUN
TY TICKET to be supported by the Union men of
Franklin County et the next General Election, and
to trarukaettruch other business as may bo brought
before theConvelition. • -JOHN STEWART,
Chairman Union County Committee.
J. URIC IC BBLY, Searetary. [inly:l3
A JOINT-RESOLUTION PROPOSING_
CERTALN AMENDMENTS TO THE CON
-ITCTION.—//c it rcsolbcri by the Senate nag
Home of Repimtentatipmc of the Contmonthettith of
Pennevitm;ain in Genera/ ARRemblit met, That the
following amendments be proposed to the Constiin•
tion of the Commonwealth, in accordancewith the
provisions of the tenth article thereof:
There shall be an additional section to the third
article of the Constitution, to'be designated as see
ti6n four, as fellows: . -
"Smertoti 4. IV heneverany of the %milted electors
of this Commonwealth shall be in any actnalmilita
ry seryiee, uhder a. requisition from the President
of .tho United States, or by the authority of this
Commonwealth, such electors may ex eicisuthe right
of suffrage in all elections by the eitizthiseundersuch
regulations as arc, or shall be, prescribed by law, as
fully si if they were Present at their usual place of
SECTION 2. There shall be two additional sections
to the eleventh article of the Constitution, to be des
ignated as sections eight, and nine, as follows:
SEcTioN 8. NO bill shall be passed bY the Legis
lature, containing mote than one subject, which
shalt be clearly expressed in the title, except appro
''Snortax9. No bill shall be passed 4 the Legis
lature granting any 'powers, or privileges, in any
ease,' where the authority to granteach powei's, or
privileges, has been, or may hereafter be, conferred
upon the courts of this Commonwealth."
HENRY C. JOHNSON.
SpciAker of the House of Reoresentatives.
JOHN P. PENNEY.
Speaker of the Senate.'
Omen or TES SEC'T OE TITS CoMMITNITE (LTH,
- • • llAuatsncno, A pril2s. 18154.
I do hereby certify that the foregoing is a
full, true and correct. copy of the original
Joint Resolution of the General Assembly,
entitled "A Joint Re,soliition proposing eer
tain amendments tn the Cons Li t Hon," as the
}seine remains,on.file ip thil.l office.'
—i--' In testimony whereof, I have'herenntO set
my' hand and caused the seal of the S.cere
. tary's office to be' affixed. the day and year
abovetwritten. ELI SLIFER',
• Secretary of the Commonwealth.
The above Resolution haVing been agreed to bY
tnojacity of the members of each House ; at two sue
eessive sessions of the Geneial Assembly of this COM
monitnalth. the proposed amendments wilFbe sub
mitt ad to the people, for their adoption.pr rejection,
ON THE FIRST TUESDAY OF AUOUST, in the
year id our Lord, one thousand eight limited and
sixty-four. in accordance with the provisidna of the
tenth article of the-,Constitittion, and the net. en
titled "Au Act pre: , cribinc, the rime tot! Mai - incr or
subotittine to the for their approval and ro
filication_or rejection, the proposed-anienriments to
the flonstitution." approved the twenty-third day of
April, one thousand eightitandred and sixty-your
. • ELI KAYO,
torty-1-1311 Secretary of the Cominonweallh.
p EGISTER'S NOTICE.,—AR persolls
ilu interested will please take notice that the fol
lowing accountants; hareset- tle- their
the Kegistnes office of Ftjanklin County, and that
the same Will be preshritcd to the Orphans' Court
for coutirruation. on Wedneßcluv, the dap l 'of
A apaNt, NIL at the Court House - in Chamhersburg ;
111. First and final account of PriseillaNave, Ad
ministratrix of George Nave;late'ef Antrim town
ship, deed. , •
11.2. First tind.final account of John and Joseph
Cramer, Adra're of Catharine Cramer. late of Let
terkenny township, deed.
11.3. First:and final account of Mary Shaffer. Ad
ministrarri'x- of Christian Shaffer. late of Mercers
- 114. Firstnnd final account of Nichohn! and Ja
cob Kline, Ex'rs of Jacob Kline, late of Montgom
ery township, deed.
115. First and final account Martin Snider, Adm'r
of John Detwilei,deed.
11g. Third account of Solomon Fiery, Ex'r of Jno.
Brews'''. Into Of Montgomerytownship, dec'd.
117. A:coon - IA of A. B. Winger& Ad tu'r of Eliza- ,
both Bark, late of Antrim township.
118: First and final account, of David Spencer,
Adm'r of Emanuel Kindig, late of Southampton
119. First arid final account of Lewis P. Skeggs-
Adm'r d. b. u. c. t. a. of. Francis Robison, late of
Montgomery township, deed.
120. First account of Gee. Grove: Adm'rof Mich-
ael Coble. lute of Hamilton township, deed.
121. First and final account of Leonard Alleman
andoSatauel Gettle,"E:c'rs of Christian Alletuan, lido
of Lursm township. dee'd.,
122. First and tinnl aocountof John Huber. - Ad tn'r
of A bsnlotn Shelter, late of Guilford twp.,,dee'd.
123. Final account ofJoseph C. Kennedy. surviv
ing Ex'r of Henry Smith of , J., late of Chambers
burg. deed. -
1'24. First and ftn3l account Of Daniol Shank, Gnat
dian of Anna, C. Funk, minor child of Jacob Funk,
late of Washington township. deed. - -
1'25. First and final account of Daniel Shtink,Gunr
dian of Susan Funk. minor child of Jacob Funk,
late of Washington township, deed. ,
126. Second neeount of George Johnston. Adm't
of Joseph Johnston, lute of Sonthampton township,
127. Account of Nicholas Bon'ebrake. Gnat-Man of
Emma Shortie, doe'd, minor child ofJohn H. Shor
Account of James :till, Ex'r of Catharine
Beatty, late of Antrim township, dcii'd, as statedbY
Samna! Myers and T. J. Nill..Ex'rs of James Nill,
L'9. First account of T. B. Kennedr. surviving
1.11.'r of James Bratty. lute of Antrim two.. dre'd.
1:T. Thu steond and final account of Get..
nrr. Sr..• and 0 , .0. Knopper, Jr, Ex'rs of David
Knopper. 1114: or,quiney township. dtm'cl.
I A. First and- final accottat of Daniel 'Palmer.
Ex'r of George Partner. la te (If Guilford twp„ dee'4,
julyn HENRY tiritICKLEII. ItegiAer.
- 13110CLAMATION.—To the CorOber,
'the Justices of the Peace, and the Constables
of the different townships in the county of-Frank
lin. Greeting: Know all ye, that in pursuance of a
?accept to me directed, under the hand and seal of
the lion. ALEX. KING, President of the several
Courts of Common Please, iu the Sixteenth District,
consisting of the counties. of Somerset. Bedford,
Fulton anti Ftanklin,,and by virtue of his °bleu; the
Court of Oyer and Telniftier and General Jail De
livery for the trial of capital nod .other ' offenders
therein, nod in the General Court of Quarter S'es
sions'of the Peace and'Wo.m.im W. Quarter
Jtims 0. 0 insirs,`Esos., Judges of the same county
of Franklin. You and each of you are hereby re
quired to be and appear in your proper persons with
your Records. • Reeognizenees Examinations: and
otherdternenabrances before the Judges aforesaid,
at Chilmbersburg. at a Court of Oyer - and Terminer
and General Jail Delivery, and General Quarter
Sesvion of the Peace, therein to be holden for the
County of Franklin aforesaid, .on the 2d Minntinir
in A tionet.Geing the Bth day in the month, at 10 -
eioek ;in the forenoon of that day, then and ,there to
do those things, which to yourseveral offices apper
G t nn under my hand at Clinnthersburg, the 11th
day of, July,lB6l. t SAMUEL BRANDT,
LIST OF CAUSES FOR TRIAL. AT
August Term, 1864. Common Pleas, connnotict
ing Mondny. Aug33st 803.1864: '
Emhnuel Knhu vs. W.,Crookd Ex;rs.
S. A: I% Pennock A; Co. vs. William Reber.'
Johnlriteli vs.. Joseph Price.
Charles Roth vs. A. S. Adams, et. sl,
J.;Leehhantit vs. Dr. John Lambert et. al.
tleorge Oaf s use .vs. John 11. Tritlu.
Wm. flash" is. John Shoap. -
juo3. K. S. TAYLOR., Protify
ADMINISTRATORS' NOTICE .-No-'
tiro is hereby given that Letters of Adininis
trution on the Estate of Robert Culbertson. late of
Fannett township. doe'd.Mive been granted to the
undersigned residing in said township. •
All persons knowing themselves indebted to said
Estate will please make immediate payment and
those having claims n ill present them properly au
thenticated for settlement.
JOSEPH CTILI3EItTSONd. kdm'rs
tice is hereby given that Letters of Administra
tion on the Estate of Emanuel -Byers, late of St.
Thomas township, dec'd, have been granted to the
undersigned, residing in St. Thomas. •
All persons knowing themielves indebted to said
Estate will•please, mako•immodiato payment; and
those having claims will present them properly au
thenticated for settlement.
bine 29 ' HENRY C'ORWELL.,Adin'r.
tice is hereby given that Letters of Adminis
tration on the Estate of John Burkholder, late' of
Ohambersburg, dee'd, have been granted to the un
d'ersigned, residing in said borough.
All persons knowing themselves indebted to said
Estate will please make immediate payment and
those having claims will please present them prof
peas , authenticated for settlement.
jane22 CHRISTIAN STOUFFER. Arlm'r.
lice is hereby given that Letters of Adminis
tration de bonis non with the will annexed, on the
Estate of Catharine Beatty, late of Antrim town
ship. dee'd, have been granted to the undersigned
residing in Chambersburg.
All persons knowing themselves indebted to said
Estate will please make immediate payment; and
those having claims will present them properly au
thenticated for settlement.
iune22 WALTER 13EATTY, Adm'r.
WANTED—A good TANNER. Good
V , wages Itsd steady , employment will be given.
Apply , to the undersigned, near Maraersburg.
ap. 0 .7-tf C. METCALF.
Um!. estate *deo:
rpwo.FARMS FOR SALE.—The tn-.
dersigned intends moving to the West, offers
a,. Priest° Sale ,:a -FARM, situated in LetterkennY.
township. Franklin county. 4 miles from Chanibem.
burg . , and 3.4 mile north-west of the Rocky Spring,
adjoining hinds of tiatrel Huber end John Sprocher.
containing:about 165 ACRES of BLACK SLATE
LAND. The improvementsai a large two-storied;
- ROUGH- CAST area
VELLING HOUSE, Log anti
Frame Barn, Wagon Shed,Ci r Press, and all oth
er necesFery out-buildings.
A lser-A FARM adjoining t e abo7 l , of about 110
one 7 half of which Limes 'one and the
balande Slate. The improvem nts ar a tvro.sturied-
BR ICK HOUSE, (nearly new) Log and Frame Barn
twith Nape Shed attached) d ether convenient
Thu Farms have been well limed and arc tolera-
My well Timbered. There Is an ORCHARD of good.
fruit on both of the Earths. and a well of never fail
ing Water at each of the/dwellings, and a Spring on
Otefirst, mentioned tract Ibr watering cattle. There
is also a LIME KILN and QUARRY on each of
the farms." About twenty ACRES of MOUNTAIN
LAN D, well timbered, with Chestnut and Chestnut
Oak will be sold with each Farm'. -
Also—Two ACRES and 25 PERCHES adjoining
the above, on the Public Road, with a storied,
TEN AN T HOUSE, Stable, &c. This small truet.is
well planted with FRUIT TREES. and is admira
bly adapted for gardening purposes. There is a
geed Well of Water at the house, ami a Spring near
the Stable. -
' Persons wishing to view the premises can do eo
by eallinfeon me, at the first described farm.
.FA"NI FOR SALE.—A valuable Farm,
containing 118 ACRES and 82 PERCHES of
trst-rate. LIMESTONE- LAND, situate in Mont..'
pinery township, Franklin County. Pa.. within 23' 2 '
miles of Mercershurg, and 4 mile from the Turn
pike leading to Greencastle, bounded by - lands of
Dr. J. M. Holster. Noah Myers and others. The
above described Earth itlllllllllZil stato of cultiva
tion, and over 500 panels of good Post Fence. The
improvements are a new two-storied 13 R I C IC
HOUSE, xvith good Log Kitchen and Dining Room
attached. a good Double Log Barn, sheaded all
ground. with two floors. Brick Granery, good Car
nage 'loupe, Wagon - Shed, Smoke House, Jtc. A
good thriving Or,cliard of first-rate Grafted Fruit. a
never-failing Well of Water with Pump in the yard.
and Running Water convenient for stock. A small
portion of said Farm is ofgoodTIMBER. There is
Os.) good Water Power and Mill Sent OD prem
ises. AISO. ahem'. 17 ACRES of good TI M BE P.
LAND. about ! mile from said Flinn, which will
he sold with or without the above; to;4ui t purehAers.
If the above property is not sold at Private Sale be
forp the let of S,plr,lrter. it will be sold at Public
Outcry on that day. Any person wishing ; to view
Laid premises can do so by calling on the under
signed.EXecutor. residing on said Fang. :
maylB-ts] Ex'r of John Witherspoon. dee'd.
ELnacaster Examiner copy It and sandhi]] for cold
ATALUABLE,FAR3I AT PRIVATE
-.! SALE.—The andel...rig/fed offers a - Private sale,
his FARM, situated, in Letterkenny township,
Franklin connty,.Pa.. adjoining lands of Abraham
Wen4er, Heirs of David Zimmerman,' Sr.; dec'd,
Joseph Bollinger and - others, near the Conodoguin
nott Creek, and about one-half mile from Pleasant
Hall. It contains 183 ACRES and some perches of
good SLATE LAND. well limed. About 2.5 acres
is excellent MEADOW. some timber and the bal
ance in a high state of cultivation, all in excellent
order and under good fence, a large part of which is
post and rail fence. The improvements are a
LARGE T WO-STORIE D LOG DOUSE part
weuthorboarded. a Bank Barn. Wagon Shed, Corn
Crib and'other necec,ary out-building:.. There is a
Well of never failing Water at the kitchen door and
a considerable stream running through the mead
ows. tdgether with water in every field, making it a
capitill stock farm. Personi wishing to view the
premises can do so by calling on the subscriber resi
tting on the public road one-half mile cast of Pleas
june22-3m WILLIAM GrLLAN, SR.
PAM FOR SALE.- 7 Couttiping 133
ACRES of good SLATE LAND, and nearly
all fresh Limed. Bounded by lands of Daniel Mil
der. Abram and Noah Myers. The above Farm is
in a good state of cultivation, with over 300 panels
of good POst Fence. The itnprovoments are a good
LOG HOUSE. good Log and Frame Barn, sheaded
with Wagon Shcd and Corn Crib. A good Young
Orchard of choice Fruit and n never-failing Well.
with Pump, iu the yard. About 20 Acres of above
Farm is covered with•good TIMBER. This Dwell
ing is a very- pleasant and: comfortable situation,
about 3 miles from Mercersburg, on the road lead
ing to the Corner. The above Farm. if not sold at
private before. will be offered at Public Sale on the
let day of Septcnilwr, when an indisputablo title will
bo given by the undersigned. Executor.
-.JAMES 0. CARSON.
Executor of the Estate of John Little, deed.
fr 3— Any, person wishing to view said farm can do
so by calling on the subscriber, residing about
mile from said Farm.
MaylB-ts JAMES WITHERSPOON.
[Lanenstbr Examiner copy St and send bill for col.)
ITALUABLE F ARM AT PRIVATE'
v- SALE.—The undersigned Will offer at Private
Sale, his FARM, situated in Lurgan township,
Franklin county, Pa., adjoining lands of John E.
and John M'Clity, Daniel Clippinger, Joseph A10v..-
ers. and others, near the Comaloguinett creek, and
shout Similes from Shippensburg. Containing 2t3S
ACRES of gOO , I Si. ATP, LAND, well li me d, 70
acres of this tra.t. Vt-li TIMBERED. 2.5 acres in
MHADOW and the balance . ' in a high state of culti
vntton, all in excellent order and well fenced. The
improvements are a two storied log WEATHER
BOARDED HOUSE. new Bank Barn 72 feet long.
'wagon shed and all other necessary and convenient
colt-buildings. There is a Well of never failing
Water at the door and two ORCHARDS of choice
Fruit on the premises. There s also a good TEN-
A.NT lioUSI?, on the farm with a Well
convenient and all necessary out-buildings. Per
ems wishing to view the Farm can do so by calling
on the subscriber, living in Hamilton township, or
on John E. Al.'Clay, adjoining tho farm.
jun&l-tf JOHN ZOOK.
V r ALUABLE STEAM TANNERY FOR
SALE.-- , -The undersigned will sell at Private
Sale, his TANN ERY Y. known as the Corner Tannery.
:with Steam and Water Power, SAW-MILL, Chop
ping-Mill, Stoeks for breakinghides, Se, The Tan
nery litt.sti Leeches, 32Vats, 2 Limes undWater Pool,
end is capable of tanning 800 heavy hides a year.
There aro two LOG DWELLING HOUSES. Barn,
Stable and other necessary out-buildings connected
With the Tannery, and about 60 Acres cleared, with
good fruit. He will sell any quantity of land with
the' Tannery, from 100 t 0,700 Acres, Over6oo Acres
are Timber, and an ample supply of Chestnut Oak
lint kto run the Tannery for fifty years. It is situ
laud about 7 miles South-east of Moreershurg, ou
Licking Creek. Terms made easy. For further
particulars address th e undersigned. at Mercer:burg.
Franklin en. ; Pa. anal 2-tf] -C. METCALF. ,
ARM, FOR SALE_ IN ST. THOMAS
TOWNSHIP,—The undersigned offers at Pri
vate Salo his FARM, ei tinted in St. Thomas tonl
ship. on the Public - Road leading from thiyer s
Tavern to Loudon, 6 milts from the 'latter place.
'containing about 200 ACRES OF SLATE AND
GRA VEL. hA I's:D. about 80 Acres of which is clear
eel and the balance in THRIVING TIMBER.
The improvements aro p. L 0 G II OU . S E, Log
Burn, and 4 Tenant Houses, and a good Apple
Orchard, Fetich. Cherry and Pear Trees. Also,-A
SAW MILL and CHOPPING MILL, in gond run
taingerder, with 18 feet of head and tall. This pro
perty would afford a good opportunity to make
mone#. For terms apply to the sabseoiber, residing
on the promises. riuly6l FREDLTi. GILBERT.
"`l MALL FARM FOR.SALE.—The sub
l•—) scriber will sell at Frit- g ate Sale, the SMALL
FARM on which he now resides, situate in Antrim
township. Franklin county. - about six miles from
Greencastle, on the Cashtown road, adjoining lands
f Satnuel Myers and others, - containing about 40
A.CRES, all cleared land, in good order and under
good fence, There is a YOUNG ORCHARD of thrif
ty trees on the place, and a Well of excellent Water.
The imornvetnents consist of a two-story L 0 G
DWELLING HOUSE. a Bank Barn 42 feet long.
and well finished, and all other necessary out-build
ings. Possession will be given on theist of April,
1864. Terms will be made known on application to
the subscriber, residing on thepremises.
oct2l-tf • SAMUEL C. RAIDER.
HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE IN
the bormatsh of M'Conhellsbut-Fniton county,
Pa. Largo Double TWO STORY *.
Rooms, Kitchen, Wash House, ac.;' TWO LOTS
OF GROUND, choice Fruit and Shrubbery ; Stu
bßng flir thirty - five horses. Location and buildings
sditable for a, Hotel, having been used as a :avers
fora number of years. First-rate Well of water at
the door, All in good order. The subscriber will
sell at a bargain and give possession at any time.
For information call on or address
mayll-tf] APConnellsbirg. Fulton County. Po.
VS. Geo. A. Smith, Esq : , my ; Attorney, will give
all necessary information in my absence. R. A.
TAvERN STAND AT PRIVATE
- SALE.—I will sell or exthange the INDIAN
QUEEN HOTEL for property in Chambersburg or
vicinity. • [aP2O-tf ] JOHN W. ,TAYLOR.
HAND-BILLS, from the -largest to the
11. loneliest, in Plain or Fancy Colors. printed at
the office of the FRANKLIN REPOSITORY.
THE =AY •OF THE POTOMAC
1. now order all their Tobacco.Segars, Pipes, &c:
from J. D. J.ACOBS. They know Jacobs-sells the
beat and cheapest. • - • 3an2T-IY. ,
Lint tgotatu „Saito.
TPLWIBER LAND AT PRIVATE SALE..
Thenndersienedeffers at Private Sale. FIFTY
ACRES Ok, TIMBER LAND, at the foot ofliortbt
Mountain. salon: milea -North of Chambersburi
well set with ,Chestnut, White Oak and Bed Oa
and some Loeust. The Chestnut is large enough
cut for rails. Por prieiand terms apply to tho r
designed. at.Revffer'e Store.
June?2-3m* WM. S. KEEFFER. ,
iT I TALITABLE TOWN. PROPERTY FOR
SALE.—The HOUSE and LOT on West Mal.
ket street, Chatubersburg,,now occupied by Hon. F.
M. Kimmell, is offered at private sale. Por price
and terms apply to Jows 3I'DOWKLL.
Ica.ST SIDE OF C.lntagi.r.
The undersigned respectfully announces to the
Traveling Public that this Hotel has been rensod 7 - 1
died. The ROcillS are large and comfortable,
are all well furnished with good new Furniture. '
Persons stopping at this Hotel can have either Dnl►-
ble or Single Rooms, with or without Fire in them;;,
The TABLE is always suppliedwith the best. in
market, and his BAR filled with the choicest.
. There are also a lino LOT and a pair of 'TAY and,
STOCK SCA/43S corn - Leered. with theßoter, for ha , ..;
aocommodation of Drovers rmd Butchers.
Ilia STATILS - will always , be pros - 'ilod sith good.
wholesdua Provender fog stock, and attention by
JOHN 11. ADAMS, Proprietor..
i an el- 3m
TTNIaN HOTEL.—This Hotel is situ
‘J ated on the corner of Main and Qaeen .streeta.
The Itedeesigned respectfully annoimees to The tra
vel ing.publia that. tills hotel has been retoodled. It
has l=och raisnu . .r.IIREE 67.0.1:1ES,in.htlight.
tine three tam!: Back.Duiltling has beta: adtltato it.,
giving an imineme amount of loom fur the :teen in
modation of the public generally. The Rooms arw
large and cunt fortahte. nnmberinginall, thirty-five...
They are all well furnished with geed New Furni
ture. Persons stopping at this Hotel can have eithev
deuhl- or single rooms, with or Wit hpui. fi re in them.
The Table is always supplied with the BEST in ti:e
MARKET. and will -seat over lt)0 persons.
THEBAR is filled with the rboice..l liquors.
The Stable is two stories, of the most modern style,
and-the best in the Borough . of 'Cluunberslyarg.
bone 17. CA JOHN• FISHER, Proprietor,
- - sw A T
TE - SWAN HOTEL, _Yorth Maim
Sfreet,(74ataberxburp, Pp.—Haring Purch4-
ed this well-knowh Hotel, (Icing known as
and recently as Grove's,) the Proprietor pledges him -
self that no pains shall he spared to minister to the
wants of his guests.
HIS TABLE will at all times ho spread with the
luxuries and substantiats of the season.
HIS CHAMBERS are large, well ventilated, mad
fitted up in modern style.
HIS BAR will he well supplied with a large and'
choice selection of the very best Liquors,
ISIS STABLE will always be provided with gook
wholesome Provender for Stuck, and attended 67
There tire also TWO LOTS and a pair of HAT anti,
STOCK ScAt,gs conneetedwith the Hotcl,fer the
commodation of Drovers and Butchers,
OM] DANIEL TROSTLE,
TONES H 4 U S. E r . -
e.. 1 Corner.Murket Stre , l wtl Ala rkct Square,
'The subscriber would most respectfully call the
attention of the citizens of Chamber:4mm and the
sorroundinx country to the accommodations of the
JONES HOUSE. asntring them they trill I:indenter,
thing that clan contribute to their comfort and cow- -
The House is located far enough from the Depot.to
avoid the noise and confusion incident to railroad
stations. and at the same time only a few minute,'
walk froth the seine. •
Au Omnibus will he found at the Depot on,
the arrival of each train. .
C. 11. MANN, Proprietor
VRANKLIN' HOTEL.-11rest side of
I the Public &mire, Chambersburg, Pa.—The
subscriber would respectfully inforni the Travolitu;
Community that he ha lensed and taken possession
of this Commodious Hotel. He hopes to make it
one of the most- desirable places 'for strangers and
others to stop that can be found in any country town-
The character hereteforesnstained by the house
as s comfortable Home for the Sojourner. shall not
suffer in my hands if a constant effort to please and
accommodate will sustain it.
No pains will be spared to render entire satisfac
tion to all his guests: and pledging himself to en...,
deavor to please all. be sol wits a liberal sivne of the
public patronage. -t opti,U4) Wlll. C. WINIULTY 2L -
13 , A VI 1) 11. HUTCHISON
has become the Proprietor of the lINITO
STATES HOTEL, near the Railroad Depot at HAR
HISBURO, Pa.' This popular and commodiona
Hotel has been newlyrefitted and famished t brougb
out its parlors and chambers, end is now ready fin- -
the reception of guests.
' The traveling public will find the United Stine+,
Hotel the most convenient, ifi all partienian.. of -
any Hotel in the State Capital. on neeount of int -
neeess to the railronft, being innnediately between
the two great de pots in this'eits.
INDIAN QUEEN 1-10TEL,..lraill Strreti
Chamhersburg, Pa. JOHN W. TAYLOR. Pru..
prieter. Fine accommmintions anti low charges.
.11^ Stork Tarcht nifd Necar',l nog conneeted with
the premises for the convenience of Droveni.
Extensive Stabling and Yards - for Horses and Car-
MITS. - 17.133.
A DMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE .--No—
tice is hereby given that Letters fof
tration on the Estate of Allen Nesbit, into of Fan
nett township, ilee'd, have been granted to this
subscriber, residing . in said township.
All persons knowma themselves nidelited to rail)
Estate Will please make immediate pas wont and
fhose having claims will Present them properly au
thenticated for settlement.
jnncls. ABRAHAM ELDER, AdmY.
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.-N 4
tie° is hereby giteu - thet Letters of Adminis- -
tratien en the Estate of John S. Ludwig. late of
Ohnanbersherg, deo'd, have been grunted to the sub
All persons knowing themselves indebted to said
Estate will please tank' immediate payment• anti
those havina claims will present Glom properly _au
thentleated for aettlenteLt.
junels GEORGE LUDWIG. Adm'z.
STRAY.-Leamo to the residence' of
ILI the subnriber. aboutl mile South-east of Mar
ion, ou the 27th ult., a I.IItIGM BAY STUD COLT,.
two years Md last Spring. The owner is requested
to prove property, pay charges and take him atvu,r;
or he will bo disposed of according to law.
‘. -S. S. KEEIT,B.
july6-3t* D. J. _HICKS.
A. ENRICH. I J. S. F.MIIICII.
CENTRE WOOLEN FACTORY.—The,
subscribers respectfially inform their friends)
and the r üblie generally, that they have leasedthe
above named Factory one mile north-west of Cham
bersburg, (best known asHorst's Factory) for a testa
of years, where they intend to manufacture Cloth,
Sattinet, Blankets, Flannels and Carpeting_from
the fleece of yarn: - Country Carding and Fulling
attended to. Also—lndigo blue, and fancy dying
done to order. Having added a number of new ins.
chines to their Factory, they are now prepared to do t•
work in the best style and hope to be able to ?elide*
general satisfaction to all who may favor us with .
WOOL left at the Stores of J. 0. Elder and -
B: Fohl, in St. Thomas Jas. D. Scott; in Bridge
port, and at the Rouse of H. Embich, on Franklin
St. Chambersburg, will be called for every twh - ,
weeks and returned when finished. - -
junels-3m - R. EMRICH & SON.
1864 "C 0 S,T
"15 years otablished in N. Y. City.".
" Only infalliblo remedies known!'
". Free from Poisons." -
" Not dangerous to the Human Family:'
" Rats come out of their holes to die."
/a- Sold by all Druggists everywhere.
AIRY- 111 Bewared-II of all worthleaa imitatloaff.- -
JR' "Costar'e" - Depot, No. 452 Rroadway. fi..Y.
IR-sSold by all Wholesale and Retail DroAailde
Cltao:terabgra,Pa. faker 940