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Sion, that they are called to this holy work by
their Creator; without faltering at the.fact, that
the Africans ?IN not the decendants of Canaan,
and without alq great concern about the danger
of sarlaillictluglbeacellee, often, as to shod
tfiemselcea tat - 4e Mines:a:God. 'Suck - is the
We have -received daamrtiphlet. caP¢ of - a I:hissitheniam of lutstaineteenth centuryain the
Thanksgiving Sermon ital4red by '40% ashiaaiiklit a lg South,' under the' influeliiie of ti
W. CoalftaD, Paitor of ,
Ae . ,Englithafauthe - rliiiT"4" i f ed ' 41 . 4 e , a time serving TiPigt4i-al-114
Church of ChambersbuO s iMilie 15th of May -
--He-tbus eloquently refers to the Flag of tale
last, and published by a unanimods vote of the aamoo:
Church It. is la 'must fearless nod
And so, ton, have we appointed our standard
-pungent expositianlew the. crimes ,of..Slairery bearers, placed in their hands the rod of warms.,`
- and Treason a and evinceran earnestness of - dea - -on whieh fioats.the a tlagolour.countay a thaStar
Spangled Banner, and ordered their to hold it
avotiorato, the cause of the Government, - worthy
p-i the face of the -, and witin 'sight i
,Of the crest days of the Republic. His text is
eery officer/Ind soldier of enem t Ile army of h the Union f
taken lain Exodus, 17: 8-16- and the discourse 'God gave that banner .to our fathers. They .
draws iastriking comparison betweeil the striig- inscribed Jehovahanissi-- a the Lord oar banner
—upon it, lifted It up in his name, 'upon the
ee of the Amalekites agaiast the Israelites and
American hills, and made it the terror of tyrants
the,preaent gigantic tebellion - wantonly inangu- ; and despots. ave have received, it from their
rated by traitotas After referring to the fad familia. as a rich inheritance, with all its algi ha.
that the North did not expect war, and was (lance, ifs embodiment, its history, and its glor •
aonsequeutly unprepared for it, and' that the The Star Spangled Banner is oara.
. describe Al 1t is a banner of ins.
war was commenced by fruited without lust studded with stars, crossed with, stripes, and
ause or provocation, lie propeeds to show that i variegated with red, white and blue. It the
it was conceived and has been waged most dis- bauner of.self-ouvernment. Its red, blue.,
honorably by the South. On this point he say s: the blood shed to secure it : itS white, typifies
the purity _or the principles Uperf Which it is
The Rebellious States have, in like manner,
rosecuted the war against the United States, based, and its blue, signifies the favor of heaven
They are a vain which has rested upon it. It is the banner of
• in a disbunosuble
our country, thd representative of its coustitu
and proud peaple. They boast of their-chivalry,
originate special codes of honor, and profess to II tints, the ensign of its government, the 'bend of
the embottiment of its power, the
be governed by them,' But every incipient step . its union,
shield of its protection, and the standard of its
taken by them, prior Willie commencement of army, It is thebanner.of progress and-justice.
actual hustdities, was characterized by meanness
Its stars eve`'ilicreasing in nimbi r, give prom
and dishonor. They repudiated the means of
ise of its onward march, till it wave over
redress which the Constitution afiarded thew,
a continent, and its stripes numert and broad,
if they had any real grievances to remove. They
give significant warning to who may attempt
trans armed thetuselvea into hypocrites, pre
to resist its sways It is the baaner of victory.
balding to be loyal to the-government at the
It was baptized with the blood of victory at
Tery time when they were plotting a cons iracy
Banker confirmed by the hiked of Victory
against, it. They perjured themselves by hold
at Yorktown, and it has maintained its pro
lug office under the Coestitution, Nrhite they
fission at faith in victory' at home and abroad,
were treacherously combining for its overthrow.
by land and by Sea, durina three wars, and on
They violated their oath-bound obligations to
the nation, by holding rebellious conventions, a hundred battle fields., It is the banner of
and passing secession ordinances. They ignue _ glory. It was crowned withglory in t c war
of the revolution—gear alter gem has been M
ed their allegiance tit their respective States, by
staled in that crown, during the war with Eng
setting aside their legitimate governments, and
Laud, Mexico, and the Rebellioaa States of the
putting their bogus ordinances into authoritia
South, until a is now till studded ‘sith 'glum
. tive opeeatien, without submitting either the '
It is the banner of honored names, wri d
' tten high
abrog ition of the one or the adoption of the'
They ru b_ on the scroll of -fauna and einbahnein the
other, to a tar vote of the people.
"sunny memories" of America. It - wits the
bed our mints, plundered our armories, and
banner of Washington and Marion, of Lalbyette
seized our torts. They bribed our military Offi
and Kosciusko,. of Jackain mid Harrison, ( t r
cers, and ofered at premium for the commission
of treason. They repudiated their honest debts, Tayler and Scott. It is still the banner ofSher
man and Hunter, of Hancock and Warren, of
, and appropriated' the aubstance . of their country
men, without their consent, to the.cause of re-
Hooker and Buinside, ofFarragut and Dupont,
hellion. They persecuted their fellow citizens lof Butler and Thomas, of Meade and Grant:
And it was the haulier of Ellsworth and Lyon,
without cause, robbed them of -their ptoperty. -
ot Baker and Finite, of Reynolds and Mansfield,
banished them frointheiy Maims, punished them
without crime, and murdered them without
of Sedgwick and Wadsworth, who died in its
presence, were buried. in its folds, load now
Ford to age, condition or sex. Anti :tiler hay
sleep in its embrace. It is-. the banner - of
- aug set at naught" all law and authority; both
dile battle fields. It has iscribed
human and divine, and inaugurated a feign of men ''''
it Saratoga and Trenton, Ni n
ew Orleans and
terror, unparalelled in the annals of tyranny, till-
Lunday's Lane, Cerro Gordo and I , 4exico,
have had the audacity 'to call upon the OA of
Vicksburg and Hudson. Shiloh and atimfresbio
a Heaven, to sanction their hellish deeda; by tip
, • pointing days of special prayer Mr his blessing a 0 - Antietam and Gettysburg, the Wilderness
red Spotsylvaitia; awl it will not be long until
upon thorn. Nur have these incipient steps. to,
been changedi the pen -of history will add Atlanta, Charleston
n the onward progress of the war.
They hatire shot down our pickets, tired into our
c all to them. It is
hospitals,- baymietted our wounded, and tic-
cause—thecause of law and order, anof ot our
patched our soldiers. without quarter. They and right, of truth and progress, of humanity
and liberty. of civilization andreligion, and of
Lave violated the fl ig ot truce, and disregarded
national unity and life. To insult that banner,
their plighted faith in the, exchange ofprisoners.
They have robbed eur prisoners, stripped them is to insult the nation—to betray it. is t i become
of ail comfort, tortured them by exposure to the meanest of traitors—to tight against it is to
become a monster rebel against the best ofgoveru
cold, filth, and vermin, and then deliberately
ments. The revolution could produce but one
starved them to death. They have seized non-Arnold to betray it—the subsequent age, but
couthatants and imprisoned theul, stolen face
melt, women and children and enslaved them-
one Burr to conspire against it—but the present
and drew lots among our (takers; fur +i as impregnated by the seeds ofslavery, has
' be hung for theexecution of the pirates, whom brought forth a generation of vipers, who can
fight against it, tear it down, and trample - it
they sent out upon the high seas, to prey upon
under foot, with hearts steeled in the ere of
our commerce aud bum our. ships. They have treason, :aid foreheads lined with the brass of
neglected our wounded, iunputated their limbs
unnecessarily, and maltreated our sick. They rebellion.
In conclusion he predicts the utter overthrow
• bate mutilated the bodies of our dead, denied
them a soldies aerators-, vietatesi their gravea, .Of the r'-' 1 "d 1 "-- 4".t.'" mite -InP3sariiie
ramie tamacta of their tames, wore them as Orna. the nature of things, while Jehovah remains the
meuts, transmitted them as keep-sakes, and pra- Gad-of government, of liberty, and of justice,
- served them US mementoes of bell chivalrous
• that they can save themselves from certain
so • (I) deeds. Tun pages of history are examined
vuitato find examples of meauness and infamy, I tied annihilating overt browa' s
of etuelly.and barbarity; comparable with thozd
inflicted by the - rebels, the loyal citizens of the
. Louth, and the Union soldiers of the Nerth. -
He • next discusses the degeneracy of the
' ;South as follows:
Abd the same may, in'. truth, be-said of the
people of the Rebellious States. 'They; too, are
a degenerate race. This declaration is verified
- - a
in every aspect in which they can be column:
plated. They have degenerated relatively us
' States; in numbers, ihteligence, and wealth. I
. .' They. hare degenerated morally, in their semi
melds, their prinsiples and their - practices.
T - he'Y have degenerated intellectually, in edueas
tam, - learning, and literature. They have de
generated religiously, in their ministry, their
churches, and the character of their member
. ship. Trey have degenerated politically, in
their statesmen, their domestic institutions, and
, their civilization. In most of theta: reelects,
they were once distinguished; but are now
, deteriorated and fallen,, In come of these as
pects, they were once like Arnalek, the first of
the nation: but they are now the last.
They have likewise became the -representa.
laves of heathenism. In their moral views,
, their domestic practices, and their religious life,
they have discarded the fundamental principles 1
of Christianity, as set forth• in the Scriptures,
and adopted those of heatherliw, as illustrated ,
in its history. Half a million of them hold the
mum-stealer's title to four millions of Africans,
. ' and they claim that their title is scripturally
valid, and their conduct morally right. 'aloe, I
, bane practised and intend to perpetuate the I
system of human bondage, aqd this is their in- I
terpretation of the second table of the law: I
"Thou shalt love oly neighbor as thyself." They
- have transformed - man; made in the image of
God, and endowed constitutionally by creation
wilh inalienable rights, into a thing, a Chattel,
an article of merelasndize, to be bought bud sold
in the market like: an ox or a'mule; and this is
their illustration of the parable of the good ,
Samaritan. They shut' out the light of truth
&Ma the minds of their slaves, by forbidding I
them, through civil enactments, to learn to read
. the word of Goda-and this is their definition of
"doing unto others as you would that they shuuld
do unto you." They sever the marriage hoed,
"putting asunder those whom God has joined
, a together," for again—they separate children
- from parents and parents . from children, for
convenience—they pollute the virgin bed at
pleas - ore—they buy and sell the bodies and souls
of then at will—they traffic in their own filesh
and blood, according to,circurestances, and fir
, the system which involves all this, they main
tain that they have the Divine sanction.. They
take advantage of the ignorant, oppreis the
weak, extort 'from the poor, rob the workman
of his hire, and live in idleness and luxury,
wealth and prodigality, by relieving themselves
from obedience to the Divine mandate: "In
' a the sweat of thy face shalt thou eat bread," and
imposing it with such-. emendati ons upon their
, fellow men, as to make it mean, that the slaves
, are not only bound to earn their own bread, but
that of their masters also. And should'the
*finds; of humanity and the promptings of
- Christianity, lead any aimoug them to liberate
their slaves, they pass laws not only to prevent
emancipation, but likewise to compel the ex
patriation of freemen, on pain of being arrested
as felons, and sold for the benefit - of the State,
into hopeless -bondage. And in all Ws, they
profess to be piously engaged in inflicting the
flune_pionounced on Canaan, upon the African
raoe. without showing.an authoritative commis.-
THE PELPIT OATIELHOIS:.
sktvEnv AND ITS VICTIMS
We append a telling descripan - of One of the
evils of slavery as given by a soldier of the 104th
Pennsylvania. Whoever can read it, knot+, ing
that is only one 'of thousands that can be NiTit
ten, and still cterelid and seek the preservation
of the "heditution," is lost as hell to the dic
tates of reason, as to those of humanity. The
soldier saw whereof he WI ites. as well as all
who were with him, and details his impressions
in a style oC:simple and touching earnestness.
After some introductory remarks lie continues:
• "AboUt four miles north of the Panfunkey,
river we were met by a delegation of I:nele
Tool's hardy black fellows, who wanted to em
igrate to the Yankee land of promise.. They
said they represented one hundred and fifty
slaves. the property of Mr. Anderson Scott, who
owned these culthated tielda for tunes. They
%%anted to get their chiidien carried in .our'
transportation wagons to Wldte House landing,
from which place they had been assured, uncle
Sam would lake them North. Our wagons be
ing tall we could accommodate but few. -How
ever, anytithig was prerable to being a slave;
so they determined to come along any way.
About a mile further we cone to the mansion
of this deli slavelord, Ili. Scott. A broad Ov
fume. lined with broad spreading ndu in
full bloom, led up to the house, winch was the
usual style-of Southern plantation houses. On
one side - of his house, and hi the rear, stood a
very neat and'ibly little slave hut. Everything
'was clean about. The little yard neatly trim
mid and swept, the door step . scrubbed to ah
astonishing degree of whiteness; everything, in
~t'act, denoting the careful and skilful house
', keeper. .
"Around the door were three women and
about half' a - dozen children, from the wee baby
to the young girl of 15 or 16. Two fif the wo
men were about a Shade lighter than the quad
romt, while all the children were 1% bite. The
third woman was apparently pure white; her
eyes were blue,berhair was brown and straight;
her features were entirely American—nothing
to denote a particle of negro blood. In her
arms she had abeautiful little boy, about four
years old, with fair hair and blue, eyes. This
woman was crying bitterly when we rode up.
Thinking that She was a member of the family
we tried to console her by assuring her that
Yankess made. war upon men, and not upon
women. Can 'you imagine how shocked we
were when we were told that this white woman
and child were slaves, and that -the degraded
mother was weeping for shame at her degrada
tion! Lieut. Wren, quartermastenof tlje 61st
New York, was so excited that he bblted into
the house, and his 'sword rattled Mind his spurs
jingled with his impetnosity as ho strode along
the halls in search of the old scoundrel Scott.
"I asked one of the women why she did not
bundle up and come along, now that she had a
chance, with the rest. She said she had an id
iotic son in the house, who was sick, and they
could not go without hiw. I asked this woman
if she was the daughter of the owner of the
plantation. She said she was! We went into
the hut, and upon a clean bed there sat this
poor little idiot boy, White as I ain, with brown
hair. About this - tithe Mr. "Scott came in, the
lord and owner of all thoset,tolsitcpeople, whiter
than himself.. He is an old, shricplled-uP,.nig
ger-faced, crooked backed, little sPeelinOn of
Southern ehivalryariatodratic As a king, and
franKlin tlepositoro, tbamberfburg, pa.
"Virginin born by Gawd." I asked the mother
of-this boy if Mr. Scott was his father Yon
shmild hare„sevyker blush `as she answered
yes." 'NE; Inee:ifOtts . old beast! This idiot
gr:andfather4a hii - ow* children!" •
ItE.P. FORT PILLOW.
D'Octor Tlunt; forth - el-1y of the Buffalo kegs,
now in the service, writes from blemphis to the
Buffalo Express. lie says: -
Correspondencv is going here , : lindfr a
flag ortruce,. betiveen General 11,rashbarnt3 (in
eommand trere) and Gerri-Vorrest,-4--Fort Pl
'low massacre memory. The negro regiments,
of the late unlucky Sturgis expedition,'-took a'
solemn oath that they would neitheic give.7nor
take quarter, if they met Forrest;----,,
They kept the 'oath, took no pelsOners, log
none, came buck in excellent; - order," without
losifig their arms, and foughtl9th-sUch tenaci
ty uud unheard-of fatality, tliat.rorrest is now
unxitms to come to SOU* terins - as to future,
interviews that he may havb with "the inferior
race:' G en. AV ash Mt rne's ieply - is said to have
inftfrmed FOrrest that he believed such an oath'
to have been taken, withoublds, knowledge or
for order, and that he had no doubt it had been
kept, as Gen. Forrest alleged. " That such con
sequences were inevitable upon .the Vuit
low crime, anti that had he the-,power to con
trol the colored troops in that matter, he could
not honorably exert it—eouWitiot ask these
good soldiers of the Union to practice all, while
thcy'reeeived none, of the amenities. of civilized
So standslhe negotintit4 except that -For
rest has already begun to back.down. Ptison
ers from colored .I.ginients in his hands i - he
Yhinks.should nut be killed (as they were by his'
order; and in fulfillment of his threat six weeks
ago) but should be returned to the "normal
eon di ti on"—slave ry. Ll.e mustteme down trom
that. The treattnent giren at Libby-andTelle
Isle, to the best and brzire4 Sous of our North
ern hillsides.' was "bad enough - for any nigger,",
and the negro has:already made, bis..choiee of
alternatives—GiVe rae. Liberty or give me
A WONDEitFUL CAN;SON.—.A. traveller, do
was telling very strange stories' of the remark
able things. which he had. reek with while he
was abruad,•said there were cannon sOlarge in
Egypt, that once being in draive by
tour horses, and a sudden shower drain falling,
he drove into one of them for shelter, calash
and all. "Oh!!' said a gentleman, who was lis
tening to him, "I can vouch the blab of that
myself, for I remember-.. 1 was at the verY.snwe
time at the other end of itin a post chaise, and
upon your coining in at the. mouth, I drove out
,at the touch-hole." .
•• • A FARMER i u a-village in \.w Hampshire
was invited to attend a party at the-Squire's the
'other evening. when there was music, , both vo
cal and instrumental. On the following morn
ing he,met one of the guests, who said, "Weil,
farmer, how did you enjoy yuurr•elf last night?
Nverq nut thC -quartettes excellent?" "Why.
reads, sir, I can't say," said he, for I didn't
lade . 'enn but the pork chops were the finest I
ever did eat."
FR •INKLIN HOTE L.
EAST SIDE OF CARLISLE. STREET,
The undersigned respectfully anicounees to the'
Traveling. Public that this Hotel hats been rem of] -
died. The 11 - 00 MS are large and comfortaltle, and
are all well -fdrnilhed with good new Furniture.''
Personsbtopping at this Hotel can have eitherDonl
ble or Single Booms, with or without Fire hithcm.
The TABLE is always supplied with thebest in the
market, vnJ his 93AP- cued with 'the choicest
-There are afro a ace LOT and a pairof HAY and
STOCK SCALES connected with the Ijotei, for he
accommodation of Drovers and Butchers. '
- His STABLE will always be provitb d with good,'
wholesdme Proiender for stuck, and ittcndcd
JOUN 11. ADAMS. Proprietfor
I NION 110TELIL-This hotel is situ
ated, on thh corner of Main and Queen Streets,
Cliambersbin:g, P.t. - •
The undersigned respeetlitlly announces to the tra
veling hublig that th;_s- Hotel um been remogleu. It
has-been raiseu L'....10111ES in height.
line three story Bach Building has been added to it,
giving an immense amount 01 room for the accom
modation of the public generally. The Ho n ors ate
large-and comfortable. munberhigin all, thir ty-tics.
They are all welL tarnished with good New luini
ture. Pei sonsrtoppingntthislinteleanhaveeither
double or single rooms, with or Without fire in them.
The Table is al ways s‘ipplied with the I.IEz"T in the'
MARKET, and will sent over 100 sims.
THE BA RI; tilled with the elioiresi Liquors.
The Stable is two stoics, of the most modern style.
mid the beer in th e Borough of Chamber-burg.
. - FISHER, Proprietor.
rij:c E t
e ri h W , ti.N i„ HOTEL, Ih _A k .. .o rat Ji l t: in
ed this well-1.1)0w» Hotel. (long known as Miller's,
and recently as Grove's,) the Proprietor pledges him
self that no pains shall be sP;ued to minister to the
wants of his :nests.
11.18 TABLE will at all times be spread with the
luxuries and substantial: , of the season.
HIS CHAMBERS are large, well ventilated, and
fitted up in modern style.
HIS BAR will be well =applied with a large and
chuicc selection of the very beet Li(!itui s,
lIIS STAIII,E, will always be provided with entai.
wholesome Pt, • orderfor Sleek, and attended. by
careful Ostlers. • -
Therearo ib.° TWO LOTS and a_pair Of HAT and
SrorK SrAtxs connected with then ota, for the ac
cpuinunlation of Drover, and Borehop.
n 0,641 - DANIEL TROStLE:
lIOTEL.-,-Trest side of
rhr Squaw.. Chambersburg, Pa.—The
subscriber NV(MI4I respectfully inform the Traveling
Community' that he has ltuiseti and.taken,Possession
of this Commodious Hotel. Ito ho:nes to itutki3lit
one of the most desirable places for stranger:. and
others to stop that can be found in sany country town.
'Phu character heretofore sustainea by the limas°
as a comfortable Home Po. the Sojourner. shrill not
suffer in my hands if a constant ell'ort to please and
accominodati; will sustain it.
lio Pains Wilt he spared to render entire satisfac
tion to all his gue,ts; and pledging hinmcif to en
deav,,r to pleas oil, he solicits 71 liberal shire of the
Pchl ic patron,ilze. i WM. C. 1/I'NULT
TA AY I ll H. HUTCIIISON
_IL/ ha' •beeeme the PI oprietor of the trIC ETED
STATES HOTEL, near the Railroad Depot at II AR
RISI3TI RG, Pa. This popular and conynedions
Hotel has been newly refitted and furnished through
out its parlors and chambers, and is now ready for
the reception of guests,
The traveling public will 'find the 'United Stntes
Hotel tho most convenient, in all particulars, Of
any Hotel in the State ,Capital, on account of its
tweessio the railroad, being immediately between
the two great depots in this city.
INDIAN QUEEN HOTEL, Main Street,
Chambcrsburg, I'a. JOHN W. TSYLOR. Pro
prietor. Fine accommodations and loci charges.
itair.Stock Yorcla and &Wee ate connected with
the premises for the convenience of Drovers. Also,
Extensive Stabling and , •Yarda for Ilersea and Car
riages. jjune 17,'63.
ROOK BINDER R. 'II:3A-
I_, ER & CO'B Book Bindery is on the Ttfird
Story of the "AIESSENGEIt! OFFICE BUILD
ING, on - the Diamond, above Shryock's Beak Store.
Entrance between - the Book , Store , and the 'lnland
Telegraph office. Old Books, Periodicals, Mimic.
Newspapers, &e., bound in any style. Blank Books
made to order.. Paper ruledto any pattern. ja6,64
'JOAN C. IfORRINS.' ' JOAN' WICLVIMET
TORN C. ,lIOPKINS 4k; CO„
tl IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN • .
• - CHINA, GLASS AND QUEENSWARE,
No. 612 Market, Alreet,:l64iiadelphiti.
For farther particoliwg Asppl7 to S. ISILRYOCK
Mainbasburg, rib • " ' ' ' 8-/rra.
11. LT. .I.ION—SrEciAL ELEC
direeted; , : by ANDII ENV' Ccitrtn",,Govertior - ;:of the
Sftuckuionvrealttwgiv,'!rr under hitAinuit.mid the grent, ;
deal of the &Me, at Idartishurkti:on the 'List day
June, 1861, aecordnig to the provisions of an =o'er of.
'Act Pyelieribitift the time and manner nfilt timittins
to the people, for their approval and ratdication, or
rejeVtion, the proposed amendments to the Consti
SAISIIRL BRANDT. 11i1;11 Slieriff of the county of
Franklin. do,hereby untliektuown and give this tmb
not,ice to the El'ectorsgl the :t , a) , lty or Franklin,
that biz the lit ., Ticeedny'nf Aiwa/ next, (being the
2d-day a the monthja -Bpeeiat Election -beheld
in the several Election Dtstricts establishrd by law
in said county, at which time they will 'ballet for or
against certain proposed amendments to the Conpti
tion of this Commonwealth, which are as '
There shall -bean additional section to the third
rirtdhle'el the Constitutioa, to be designated us nee-7
tine four. as follows:
IVheuever any of the qualified electors
of thlsConanionwealth shall be in any actual Olitary
Ferric*, under a r,?quisi t i fro ta ePr esid en tof the
linitelk,states, sr by the authority of tiii..Coiniuou
wealty,:lueli elector , may exercise the right of 501 .
„filmy InhAl elections by the citizens, under stieb reg
ulations t).4 are,or:diLli be, prescribed by law, as fully
theY were present at their usual ?lace of_elee
2: TheYe shall be two additional scetiang to
-the eleventh article of the Constitution, to 'be de,,ig . -
nated as r sections ei:Cbt and lane as follows:
SPX: S. No bill shall be passed by the Legislntare
containing toore than. one subject, which shall be
clearly expressed 0 the title, e:NeCpt appropii.ttion
" SEc. D. No bill shall 'be pai , erl by the Lewd la
tore ro.uitinfr any powens,or prii•ileges, id any
where the authority to grant such powers, or privi
'lens. has been, or may het °after lie, conferred upon
the courts of this Commonwealth."
- The said Elections will be held throughout the
'County us follows: '
At theLCourt House, in the Borough of Chambers
burg. for the North Ward of said,torough and part
of Guilford township-.
At the Public House of J. W. Taylor for the South
Ward of said 'Borough,
At the Public House of John Gordon, at the West
Pohl of Ghambersburg, for the township of Hamil
At the School 'tome in :Fayetteville, for parts of
the townships of Guilforinrid Green.
At 'the Public House of,Marti” Shoemaker, in
Greenvillog4for part of Green township.
At the Weiztern School arouse, in the towns of St.
Motels, for St. Thomas township. ,
At the School Rouse, in the town of .'itonettsburg . ,,
for the town. nin of Metal; - •
At She School louse, in the town of Roxbury, for
the township of L'orgam -
At the Homo of John Garyey - , for part of 'town—
ship of -Fannett: . :
'At the School. House in'the town of Concord, for
part, of the township of Fannett, and
At the new Stone School klmi.e. iii Morrowtown
distriet..-ftifille'othenpart of Fannett township.
At theJlouse now occupied -b} Gep. Ander:on. in
the village of Qiiiney, for the townAlip of QttincY.
At the Western ,Selmol House. id Wa) oc,koro,
- for - the township of WM:thine-ton.
At Ac House of John Adams. in Greencastle, for
Anthm MA , part of the townships- of Peters and
At the School House. (in the land JlMiehael.Cook
in - Warren township. for thin townShgp of Warren. '
' At the Strasburg Sehool,lfolyeAr the - township
of letteesenny. - - ' -
At the floth,e of Jaines Mullen, in the town of
Loudon for port °l i the township of Peters.
At the Lou House on the farm ofJaeoli NI tiott,for
the Welsh Rh District, being par' of - Montville** '
At the !reuse of Thos. M'Afec, in Mercersburg, for '
-parts of the townshih. of Peters and Montgomery.
At the Mt. Rock School Ile e. in Souuthampton
tien., for pert of the tows: hip of Southampton,
At, the Elestern School Ilea c. in Orrstowm. for the
other part of Soutnamitton township.
And the said Act of, Assembly, entitled "An Act
r.lalling to rieetiops id this Clitninonivealth,” pass-
ed July 3. Ale further pi ovid, , s, as follows, to wit:
"That the Inspectors .!•and Judges shall - meet at
the respective places appointed tar holding the
election in the Distriet-in which they may respect
ively belong, before. 9 o'cloek, on the morning of
the 'Jd Tuesday of October. and each of said Inspec
tors shall appoint one Clerk who shall be a quallied
voter of such District, _
"In ease the person who shall hare received the
second highest camber of votes for Inspector shall
not attend on the day-.of election, then the person
. who shell hhve received the second highe'ld number
,of votes fir-Judge at the next preceding election.
shall act ns Inspector in his place. And int ease the
,_person who has' reeel veirthe 'highest mini tier. of
I votes for Inspector shall not 'attend, the person
;elected Judge shall appoint an Inspector 'in his
' Place, and in ease , the person elected Judge shall
not attend. thenlnspector wh 'recei* - erl the
highest number of votes shall appo o int ti• Judge in
his place: and if any - vacancy shall contione in the
board for he space of one hour after the time fixed
I b y t
, F ,aw. It, tht,••poulng ,rf ti,•• .-I , ,,ti,,ir;ittz - ranltitnt
lj voters of the township, word or district for which
' such officer shall h aye been eleeted.'present at the
time of PIC - Ctigl7, shall elect one of their nuMber to
Particular attention is directed to the act,of As
sembly pasSed the 02,1 day of April, Mel. entitled
"An net, prescribing the' itre andmanner of sill,-
milting to the•people, for their apPreva I ailti ratiti
catten; or rejection. the proposed amendments to,
the Constitution." wherein it is prescribed, - .
SW ). That said election shall be opened. held,
and closed, u pon the day aferceititl, ot the,silaces,
and within the hours at, sad within, nhich the gen-,
oral elections of this commonwealth are dirt eted to
'be °Ponied. held; anti eloseti: and it slitti be the du
ty of the jtidges - vise::torso:lnd erlerlo, of each of
soil townships, imretighs, %%arils. precinct, and di;- .
triers, to receive, at the said election, trekets, not
exceeding the number of proposed aineuilin en ts,
either written or printed, or eartty written old
printed, from eoeli of the qualified voters. of Oii
state, who stay °lra the same, a mid 6 deposit theta.
in a box, or boxes, to be foe that purl-,se provided
by the proper otheers; which tickets shall be, re
spectively; labelled, on the outside, "First Amend
ment," "Scent e d Amendment," and "Third Amend,
meld; aud those who arc favorable to, s•lid amend
ment,. Cu' any 'of them, IllaY'expruss their apps oval
thereof, by voting, eich, as ninny separate, wi igen
or printed, or partly written and 'partly printed,
ballots, or tickets, rot there are amendment:approv
ed by them., containing ou the inside thereof, the
words; "Por-the Amendment:"
end those who are
opposed to such amendments, or any them, may
express their opposition by voting, each, as many
separate, mitten or printed, or partly written and
printed, ballots, or tickets, as there are amendments
not apicoved by them, containing, on ohs inside
thereof, the words, "Against the Amendment;" tile
electors, voting fur, or again:44lle first amendment,
shall be eonsidered as Voting Mr, or tigainst, the '
proposed fourth section - to article three of the eon
stitutiou, oxtentling the right of suffrage th stildiers;
electors, voting tor, or against, the second amend
ment, shall be considered for, or against, the pro
posed eighth section to a itiele t term of t he cersti
tution; awl electors, voting for. or aninst, the
third nuiendtnent,finall be considered as voting for,
or-throinst, the propo.ed:ninth:secti , m to article
eleven of the constitution. . .
' SEG. 2rEhat the election, on the said proposed
.aniendinciits shall, in all reseeets, be ctoultuded as
the general election. of this Common - calth are now
conducted; and it 011111 be the ditty of the Rehm
, Judges. of tee resp,eiti e.counties, anti districts,
thereof. first having carefully aseverained tie num
ber of votes sit en for, or against, each of s a id amend
ments,, in the mtl nor aforesaid, tO make out &ion
eute returns thef, expressed in worth , , at let:et:l,
and not in flgu only; one of which return , , so
maderstaill halo' cii in• the Prot,hon 9 taey's office l s
(tithe Court of Condnim Pleas of the proper coun
ty, and the other sealed, and directed to the. Seere
tury of the Commonwealth, and by one of said
Judges deposited forthwith in the most convenient
Postotlice, upon which postage shall be pre-paid, at
the eXpCIISe. of the county. • ,
1 Sec. 4. That the imehral duties. required tote per- .
formed by she Sheriffs Commissiopers, Constable,.,
.ledges, Inspectors, auto' another officers, whatever,
in. and abbot the general elections of flits Ceintnon
wealsh, shall be performed by sue!i ofileara. in and
about the election herein provided for eiie tl all per
sons, wheth'er officers or others, shall he liable
to the same punishment, for the neglect of tiny
duty, or" the commission of any offence at, in,
or about thO said election, as they would, for the
neglect of like duty. or the commission of like ef
fence, at, in or about the general - elections of 'this
For the information of; the electors n'f_Franklin
county. lalso publish the following, taken from an
Act of the'thneral.Attsembly of 183 e: - -
• "It shall lid the ditty ortho several Assessors, re
slicetively, to attend at the place of-holding every
[sellers], Speeial or Township election - , during the
whole timesaid election is kept open, for the pur
pose of giving information to the Inspectors and
:Fudge; when- called on, in relation' to the right of
any person assessed by theta - to, vote at arch dee
tion.and on such other matters in relation to the
assessment of voters as the said Inspectors, or either
nfthem, shall from tune to, tinacTeqaire. 1-4-,
'Ne person shall be permitted to vote nt any elec
tion as aforesaid, than a white freeman of theagriof
twenty-one 'years or more, who shall have resided
in the State at least one year, and in the election
District where he offers to vote.atleast ten days, im
mediately proceeding such election, and within two
years have paid a State or county tax which shall
have hen assessed at least ten days before the elec
tion. - Rut 'a citizen 'of the United State.., who has
previously been a aualifted voter of this State, and
rumored therefrom and returned. and who shall
have re..ided in the election District and paid taxes
aforesaid shall be entitled to vote after residing in
this State six 'tenths.: Provided, That the white
freemen citizens -of the United States between the
, agg.s of twenty-ono and twenty-two years, who have
resided in the elect ion district tap clays as aforesaid,
shall be.7'etrtitled to vote, although they shall not
:hae pga tab,.._=.7.0 f
~ T , .
.1.11 - 033tu-saa'sthsil be permitted to vote i wboielatirei l e .
is not contaitied in - the list of, taxableinhabitimts .
furnhhed liY - '." the' Commissioners, unless. Firsts be
produces a receipt for payment, within two yearsof
n State or county,tax, assessed agreeably tO the Cott-
stitblV.itiv:e tiatisfaet rym ovideuce either on
his ea rmatioh, orth oath or affirmatien of
anothe , arim, bffs: paid . ch a tax, or in failure ,
to Produeessuch a receipt, a mall make oath to the
payment thereof; or, Sewn , if he claiM a right to
vote by being an elector bets een the ages of twenty
one and twenty-two years, si all depose on oath or '
:At* mation: that be has resit ed in the State at least
one Yearnext before.appliea 'omandniakehissuch
proof of resideneein the di 'tact as is required by
this,Act, and,that he does verily. believe 'from the
accounts given him-that he iS of the age aforesaid,
and give such other, evidences is required by this
Act. whereupon the name of the person 80 atheittlA
to vote shall be inserted in the alphabetical list, by
•the Inspectors, and a note made opposite thereto by .
Writing the word "tax" heShall be admitted to vote
by reason of having paid tax or the word "age" if
be shall be admittild to vote by reason of age, andin
either ease the reason of such vote shall be called
out to the Clerks who shall make the like note iii
the listalf voters kept by them.
"IMall eases where the name efthe person Claim
ing to vote is not found on the list furnished by the
Commissioners. or Asiessors, or his right to vote
whether found either by verbal proclamation there
to, or by any writ,en thereon or not, is objected M '
by any qualified citizen, it shall be the duty of the
Inspectors to examine such persons on oath na -
qualitica dolts:and it he claims to have resided with-.
in the state for one year or more, his oath shall be
- sufliceint proof thereof, but he shall make proof by
at least ore erelpetellt witness; who shall bea qual
ified eleetor„ that lie has resided within the district
for more than ten dais next immediately proceed
• ing said election, and shall also himself swear that
his bona fideresidence; in pursuance of his lawful
calling, is within the district. and that he did not
remove into the said district for the purpose of vot
ing therein. .
"Every person qualified as afOre3aid, and who
shall make due proof, if required, of hVrt!:• - idence
slid payment of taxes, as aforesaid, shall be achnitt
'ed to vote io the township, ward or-district in which
he shall reside. •
"if any person shall prevent or attempt to pre
vent an officer of the election under this act front
bottling such el. diem or llie or threaten,auy vio
lence to any such officer, or shall interrupt or im
properly interfere with hint in the excentien of his
duty, shall block or attempt to block up the window ,
!or triune to any window where the same may he
holding; or Shall riotously disturb the peace of said .
election, or shall use or practise any intimidation
threats, force or 'violence with the design to Milli
-once, unduly or overaw any eleetor, or to prevent
him from voting, or to retain the freedom of choice.
much person on conviction shall be tined any sum
not exceeding five hundred dollars and to be Ito-
Inisoned fur a time not less than one or more than
twelve mouths, ;red if itslm 11 be shown to the( ourt
where .the trial of such offimee shall be had. that
- the person so otfending ivas not a re-ident of the
' city, ward. di?trict or, township where the:said of
-tepee was committed, aml not entitled - to vote there
in,. then on convict ion he .shall he sentenced to pay
a hue of not less than one hundred or more than /The
thousand dollars, and to be imprisoned not less tham
six mouths nor more than two years.
"If any per:on . persu - aq, shall make any bet, or
wager woo tfv result of any election within till?
-Commonwealth, or shall ()Mr to inalie — any such
bet or wager. of - minted advertisement, challenge or
invite any persons or persons to - make Fifth bet or
wager, upon-con vietion-thereol: he or thee shall for
feit and pay three times the amount :30 offered to be
" finny person not by law qualified, shall fraudn
'leritty , cote at un election in this Commonwealth. or
beingmtherwise qualified, shall-vote oat of his pro
: per (11516 t, or it any person knowing,the want of
sneh qualification shall aid or procure such person
to vote, the person. on conviction, shall be fined in
any so ni not exceeding two hundred dollars and be
tuipthoned for' any term not exceeding 3 months.
"If any person shall vote at more than ono elec
tion ,listriet, or otherwise fraudulently vote more
..than ones nn the same day, or Omit fraudulently
„told and alive: to the Inspector two tickets together
with the intent illegally to vote, or advise and pto
cureanother 50 to do, he or they shall, on convic
tion, be fined in any suer-not less than fifty nor more
than five hundred dollars, and be iatprisoned not
• less than three ncr more than twelve months.
" if any person not qualified to vote in this Com
inoittrealth, agreeable to law. (except the sons of
qualified citizens) shall aPpear at any place of elec
tion for the purpose of issuing tickets or of iniluen
enn eitizermqualitied to vote, Ito shall, on eon-.
viction, fortidt tied payany slim not execrating one
hundred dollars for every such offenve, and he
prisoaed ion any term not exceetlingtwelve months.
Agreeably to the 61st section of said act, "Every
General and !Special Election shall be open between
the hours of eight and ten in ttie forenoon, and shall
j' continue open until seven oMuck iu the evening
when the tolls shall bo closed."
Psi...quint to the provisions contained in the 7Gth
section of the act first aforesaid, the' Judges of the
atm csa 4lb:tilos shall respectively take charge of
.the eortifo“le of return of ;h, election of their re
,peetiN c dish lets, and prods , e them at n, meeting of
one Judge from math distidet. at the Borough. of
Cliambershurg. on the third day after the 'election,
being fee the'presciat year un the sth drip of
nest, then and there to do and perform the
a uties gee tilted by lair of said Judges.
Alte-J'lltat.where a Judge by sickness or unavoid
able accident. is enable to attend smelt a mertina of
-.rwlsve. then the certificate or return aforesaid.-hall
be n ii:ge of by .me ot ihe inspectors or Clerks
of the election of said district, who lull do and per
! form the duties required of the said Judges unable
Given under my harp] and cent. at Chambersburg
2;th dap of J A. D. 15,11.
QU . AKER CI T
IS. E. Corct.r..u. or. TEN , TIi AND CHF:SVD:T STDEDis.
NI I LADEI.PIII..I.,
UNDF.R THE ) AN.tosnl 1-0 r
L. FAIRBA'NKS, A. K. '
f3r, tale last four years Principal and. Chief Buetnem
Mtinager of llryan t Stratton'sCom in ereial College.
. A, l(01,/tit
Conducted on a net- systenz of Actual- Busine
Traluia,T., through tho ablish merit of legitimate ;
(Anvers mid - Counting Hnnsc, reprCsentiin; different
departments of Trade and Commerce, and a regular
Bank of Depo6t and f••:sae, giving the student - all
the advaatages of actual praptiee, and itualifYing
him in tite shortest possible time and most effective
canner for the, various duties and employment., of
business litV. '
.Tho course of instruction in the Theprotical.De
partutent vmyr i at•eep,a-Kce13...,70, pemerriultAll.
;0.114, 'Lertiire AdruirB; Penrwralship,
f 4,7lintfreird 1 a rrx, Pormx, etwregneinf le-terP, (f.c. IN
- THE RESIN ESS DEPARTMENT
the student-enters upon the Graduating 'Court*,
which includes a.enntinuation in the above studies,
with their practical apPlic,:tion in all their
lien ill in turn 'fill the Position of Accountant and
Proprietor in the various departments of Wh - olesale
4tild BMW Trade, Forwarding. .itttinp, nod Com-
Tai4nion Bllifillf 4R, flanking, 31rivntacturing,
Sfrominxating. and will finnlirr act a! Caakier,
Dook-Keeper and Teller in rhe7 anl, in each • of
which positions his previous knowledge will be pat
to the fidlest practical test.
This Institution offers to youtig metinumerous ad
vantages not possessed by any other Commercial
College in the State: It is complete in all its ap-
Pointmenis; It is the only Institution in the State
conducted on actual busine,s principles. The course,
of instruction is unsurpassed, and may be completed
in about one-half the time usually.spent in ether
institutions, in consequence of an entirely new ar
rangement, and the adoption or the nett practiced
Diplomas awarded upon the 'completion of,the
Commercial Course, which - embraces all except the
higher seta of Ranking, ~,funufactukug,
&c. Send for a cirenlar; ' dee2-Iy.
EMOVAL.—From 433 Market Street
11, to th largo IRON 13 UILDING,;SI3 :Market and
510 Conun'eree Streets, Philadelphia.
More Goode - than onv Bowie in the'Utated States.
A. H. - FRAIICISC liS,
513 ItEARXET AND 510 COMMERCE STS.,
keeps the Largest Stock in the United States of
Buckets. Brooms, Tubs, Churns, -
Baskets, Brushes, Mats, Measures..
'Clocks, Looking-Glasses. Oil Cloths and
Carnets. Window Shades and Paper, •
Bird Cages, Japan Ware and Whips.
Also—Cotton Batting Wadding.
'Twines, Wicking. hopes in (,oils
' . and Dozens. Cotton Yarn's,
- Cotton and LinCn Carnet-Clisin.
Oar prices will averago Lower than any ot- 1 49 .
_House in the city. Call and see for yourselves.'
- For further particulars apply to S. S. SIIRTOCK.
Chambersburg. • " P
TOBACCO AND SEGAILS —A large
....fLortinent of Chewing and Snicking Tobneco
wd ineliture, just reCcitred and for sale at • 1
July 27, 1864.
• - ."''
rilO in:LOY: - fIES OF ,1 - 11,ERICL-
-LI Oil 3 PERIODICAL ilitors, •
L'YON I S PERIODICAL DILL/PS,
LYON'S PERIODICAL DILOPS
LyoN"S: pEluoDivAL DROPS:
:' •- - Th-R - tiIIEAT FEMALE REMEDY
THE GREAT FEMNLE REMEDY f
TILE UREA' FEMALE REMEDY t
THE GREAT. FEMALE ItEmoY
.LYON'S PERIODICAL DROPS . - •
L'YoN'S. PERIODICAL DROPS, i ; .
LYON'S PERIODICAL MIDI'S
LYON'S PERIODICX.L DROPS
ARE 1 3ETTER TIIAN 'PAL
' • • ARE 13E7 ` IER TIIAN IMES
' ARE BETTER TH MI
• ARE BEMIS, THAN PILLS).
Lyon's Periodical prepare
THE ONLY pr.6 - rvintEP - A.RATiON
TILE ONLY FLUID PREPARATION
THE ONLY 2 FLEID PREPARATION
THE ONLY FLUID PREPARATION
over brought befo're the public, and as a diuretic and
s p eel tielor treefritlari t i es, e h alien gee the Nv oil(' p
duco an equal; they are, in the - 1110st obstinate Casco,
RELIABLE, AND SURE TO DO, ROOD:.
RELIABLE, AND SURE TO DO (loop ,
• RELIABLE, AND SURE TO DO 0001
RELIABLE. AND SURE TO DU 5.4.19 D
AND CANNOT DO HARM -
AND CANNOT DO HARM •
AND CANNOT-DO .15:A R
AND CANNOT DO HARM
IF THE DIRECTIONS ARE ADHERED TO;
IF THE DIRECTIONS ARE 211)11E1:ED TOI
DIRECTIONS ARE ADHERED' TO
IF THE DIRECTIONS ARE ALEIEREDIO
SAFE AT ALL TIMES!
SAFE AT ALL TIM ES
SAFE AT ALL TIMES!. '
SAFE AT ALL TIMES!
except when expreEAy forbidden'in the direclittmErs
which are wrapped around moll bottle, and have thj
written tignature of Dr. J NO. L. Lyox upon them.
NONE OTHERS ARE GENUINE:
NONE OTIEE._'-tS ARE tIENTANEt
NONE OTHER.S ARE RENVINE ,
NONE OTBEUS ARE GIINUINKJ
'BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS'
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEIT:SI •
BEWARE OF couNTEandm!
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS!
They cure ail those ills to 'which the female:72+olw;
is subjected with ditpateh and a degree , 11 certainty.
which nothing' but a Scieutilicallycompour.dedllnA
preparation could reach.,
USE NO OTHER I
US..E,NO OTIt ER I
USE NO ornEtt:
for toy Drops ,hind before the world as the 0er.44
ultra of all remedies for the cure of all diseases of
the Kidneys:lnd Blinder, Leucorr&a, Prolupsus and
the mild but positive correction of all irregularities,.
DO NOT BE IMPOSED
•• DO NOT ItE
DO NOT B 1 .L.NtPlkEit UPON:
'DO Nthf BB' IMPOSED "UPON
hy - those who have: other prepiirations, which thoy
desire to palm oif upon the strength of tho popular
ity of my Drops, und'whU reconinim,tl their own Imo
• trums t thus• appropriating to themselves the con
stant demand for my Periodical Drops..as an:edit:at
fur tolling something which is_wortliless and inethe.
lent,- But whoni the Druggist you :apply to has not
got them, either make him buy them for yon, or else
enclose one Dollar to the nearest general wholesale
agent, who will send you it bottle by retaru E.:tort:96
Yon will thus save yourselves trouble and obtain
relief from the greatest Female Regulator of the
Over 25,004) Bottles orthis medicine have been sold
. within the la.t.t six months. and every Lady that to,
used them, but for the nature at the cure, would
furnish us with her sworn certificate of their efficacy.
It takes but one Dollar to make the experiment,nad
:appeal to those of your sex who laresutibring—tanli
You .waste away when a single. Dollar will give yea
instant relief. ,
Prepared solely by Dr.lNo. L. Lycy. Fru:Cab:lr
Price $1 per bottle. " _
C. G. CLARIi x CO..
Wholesale Draggist.c. New llnven, Conn., Gene,RA
- Agents fn• the United Stated and Cenathi..
For at.Wbolesale by
D. S. DARNES .S 7 CO., New York. •
GEC). r. GOODWIN x Co..l3oston.
JODY , TON, lIALLOWAY & COWDEN,
r•e7.3.6%-enwly. V North Sixth St.. Phibt,
M 1 0
---- TO ALL
IRON IN THE BLOOD.
. It is welt known to the medical prefcitSion that
IRON is the vital principle or Life Elcrucnt.of the;
blood. This is din ived chiefly from the food we eats
bid if the food is - not properly dig 0i if, tram
any cause whatever, the necessary quatitit of iror
is not tuk en into the circulation. or becomes reduced.
the wlo k le syidcui suffers. the bad blood will irri
tat.; the Heart, will clog up the lungs, i ill stuPetr
the braiu,'svill obstruct the liver, and will send ito
disease produdng elements to all partsof the system.,
and everiene willsuffer in whatever 'organ tuur
be predisposed te'disease.
The great value of
• IRO.N AS A MEDICINE
Is well known, and acknowledged by all utetlielg
men. The diffieplty has been to obtain such a pre
paration of it as will enter the circulation and as
similate at once with the blood. This Point, says DA
Hayes, Massachusetts State Chemist, lips been at
tained in the Peruvian Syrup, by combination ital.
Way before unknown.
•TILE PERUVIAN SYRU P
Is a PROTECTED solution of the ,PROTOXIDI
OF IRON, A NEW DISCOVER IN MEDIt
CINE tha:t stEikes at the Root ofpisease by supply
ing the blood with itsyltal Plinciple or Life Eir.-
Ment—lren. • •
THE PERUVIAN SYRUP
Cures Dyspepizi, Liver Olutplalitf. Drorwy, power
and Ague; Loan of Energy, Low Spirit&
`THE PERUVIAN SYRUP
Infuses strngt.b. vigor and and new : tiro into dm
• system and builds up an " Iron Constitution.'
"THE P LT V I A_N S Y P
Curos Ntrvous Affoc•tions, Female
all disease e of the li:hitless and Bladdeii
TILE.P E R.O V .1"A N 5 . )," ttP
~. • -
is a SPECIFIC for all (11SCLIZeB or
iginatingla a 11.(111
STATE (IF THE BLOOD, or art oinpaniild Dr
bility 'or a Toirr Stite'of tilb Systtnu. , ; 4
Pamphlets Containing certificates' of cures tt-id ' recommendations froth some of tlid most Mnint
physielasat. Clergymen, and others, will . be eta!'
'FREE to any address.
JOHN E. WILLIAMS, Esq. ' • -
President-of the Bank; - N. F.
REV AI3EL , ST - .iNENS,
Editor Christian _Advocate S; Journal ;
REV. P. caugcu, , -
Editor New - York Chronicle.'
Rev. John Pierpont, Leiii3 Johnson, ht. D„
Rev. Warren Burton, - - Roswell Kinney, M. D.,
Rev. Arthur B. Fuller, S. K. Kendall. M. D..
RtY• UUrdpll Robbins, W. R. Chisholm.,M. D.,
Rev: Sylvanusa Cobb, - Francis Dana, M. D.
Roy. T. Starr - King, - Jeremiah Stone: M. .p.._
Rev. Ephraim :into, Jr., JoscAntonioSanotiez;Ml
Rev, Joseph H. Clinch, A. A. nays D."
Rev. Henry liPbam, Abraham WoridalL
Rev. P. C. Headley, J R. Chilton, M.
Rev. JebW.& Olmstead, H. E. Kinney; - -. D.
Prepared by N. L. CLARE &e CO., exclusively Its
J. P. DI Si No. 491 Broadway. New Tod..
Sold by all Druggists; 3111Y13-tow-1y
ItEDDING'S RUSSIA' S" ALiV E.
FORTY TEARS' EXPERTENC.3
has fallrestablished the superiority of
REDDING'S - RUSSIA - SALVE
Ocer all atherbialing prepatatione.
It cures all kinds of Sores. Cuts, Scalds, illarm.
Boils, Ulcers. Salt Rheum, Erysipelas, Sties, Pik*
Corns, Sore Lips, Sore Eyes, km. (4:o„.rernoving the
pain at once, and reducing the mast angry-looking
Swellingi and Inflainmation as if by 'magic.:'
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