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.THE DRAFT IN SOMERSET.
We give herewith the list of names drafted
it the office of the Provost Marshal, at this
place; on the ISth inst. One hundred per cent.
excess was drawn to cover tdi deficiencies:
' 1 Hugh Kelly • In
2 Charles Roberts :23
3 James Albright i 24
4 Jacob Albright • 25
5 Michael Bender 0
6 William Purr. Fti Ya;..4li — gtiif'c7lll
7 Jeremiah Augustine 1 28 Josiah Holliday
8 John S Shaw ,29 Jame:. Spear '
9 John Gower . 1,50 Abraham Ringer
10 Jacob Lenhart 131 Ami Wilkens
11 Michael llontgoincrYl32 Newton C Black
12 Joseph Cummings 133 Franklin A Findley '
13 John Hanna Jr !34 Andrew 11 Ross
14 Christian Otto '35 Andrew J . , Hillman
15 William H Smith '36 Casper Martin
16 William F Miteboll 137 John Nich o l s on
17 John B MowerY 138 Jacob Kensinger
- 18 John Burgos? 139 David Slaybaugh
- 19 Christian Mease 140 Joseph Augustine
20 Jeremiah Liston !41 Solbuion Hershberger
21 Daniel Shutty i 42 Josoph - Hostetter
- - - - - -
1 Elias Salim t 1.9 Joseph Gardill
2 William Sarver 120 Jacob J Burkhart
S Frederick Hartzey ;21 Martin B Boor,
4 Abraham Thomasl22 William Wolfholt
5 John W Phair ;23 George Menges
6 Johnson Ringlet' 24 James Shaffer
7 George Briggs 1 25 Michael Jordan
8 George Sarver 1 26 William Palmer
9 Jefferson Ringler 27 Charles F Smith
10 Francis Sidmiller David Miller
11 William Valentine 20 Francis A Warner
12 Jesse MeVieker 1 :81 Adam Mull
13 Joseph loon :31 Joseph Menges.
14 Joseph Sarver • i 32 John Late
15 John Wolfholt 23 Levi Mengas
16 Simon Yiitzy • ;34 Henry Maybusher
17 Benjamin Boyer 35 Johnlel Mull -
I 8 Henry Wolfholt 136 John Geiger
BBOTIIEKS' VALLEY TOWNSHIP.
1 Daniel Karnsll7 William Foust
2 Jolm'Stahl !18 Benjamin Walker
3 George Hoover ;19 Frederick Platt
4 Jobs} Meyer 120 Adam Fisher
3 'lsrael Kober 121 Alexanddr Qncer •
6 Samuel M Saylor ' 22 Samuel Rublight
_ . .. . .
• 7 .DaVid Bitner IZ3 Joseph Baldwin
8-John WeagleY 124 Abraham I Yutz;.-
9'.:satnnel S Fn 'ney 25 George J Shroek
10 Levi Weller j 26 Jonathan II Fritts
11 Samuel Musser 127 Chauncy Long
12 Dar iel Boyer 28 John Roy •
13 Aaron• Brent . 1 Joseph Brough
14 Peter Snders• ,30 Porter Weimer
15 Solomon Coleman 131 Jacob,Stutsman
16 Franklin Hoover !32 Chimney Queer
, 1 Daniel Fisher - 112 Alexander Brubaker
I: 2 William Sheets 'l3 Augustus Flota
3 Samuel Halley 14 William B Rheem
4 Charles Hofferd 15 Jesse Landis
5 Joseph Merwine ,16 Joshua Landis
6 Washington M'Gahen .17 Peter Keifer
7 Joseph Imhoff 1 18 Henry II Fisher
8 Philip Myers 10 Jacob Heffley
9_ John (1 Gardi 11 , 20 Charles A Heffley
10 Thomas B Miller 121 William A Gannon
1.1 Philip Sheeder John Gessner
- CONEMAUGH TOWNSHIP.
I David Hoffman I 4 Abraham Baer
2 Joseph Yoder 5 Tobias Livingston
3 John Stone 6 John K Livingston
I. Joseph Foutch 5 Daniel 0 M'Kinley
2 Ferdinand Brigg I 6 William Smith
-3 Joseph Wegner 7 Wells Wagner
4 Joseph M Hay 18 Jonathan Kelso
1 Peter 6 Baer 7 Joel 31 Yutsey
2 Levi Keaton 8 Adam , Yeaner
3 John Bittner ' 9 Jonas Lint
4 John Dcstal 70 John M'Kenzie
- 5 Jonas Albright 11l Frederick Warner
6 John Guilts ;12 William Fadeley
I Herman Banono •; 9 Henry Shallas
2 George'Moorelr 10 Cyrus Bowman
3 John Nair iII Isaac Miller
4 Abraham Miller 112 David Ankenny
5 George Bock :13 Henry F Baker
6 Casper Jacobs;l4 Peter Beck
7 Isaiah P •115 Franklin Froidline
8 Conrad Miller , ;16 John 31 Kimmel
JENNER , TOWNSHIP.
1 John H Picking 3 Levi Berkey
2 Josiah Cover • 1 4 John Betz
I Solomon Weimer - go mimeo - Hut-tat
. 2 Perry Hutzel ;11 Edmund Deal -
3 Solomon J Bair 12 Josiah Bittner
4 Jacob Deal - 13 Ludwig Young
5 Hiram Tressler 19 John Mayer
6 Andrew J Stouer 15 Peter Hostetter
7 Ludwig Baer 16 George Geiger
8 Dennis Wilt - 17 John F Bittncr
9, Adam C Leply 18 Conrad Felker
- • LOWER TURKEYFOOT TOWNSHIP.
1 Thomas Hyatt 10 ,Henry Graw
2 Jackson Hinebaugh 11 Jesse Nichalow
3 David L Coleburnl2 Francis M Hyatt
4 Sanitiel Koontz ' 13 James K Fulton
' 5 Iliemllvatt of Charles 14 Harrison Rush
6 FrancisVillielra 15 David Harbaugh
7 Squire Rugg 16 John Horned
8 Jacob .1 Rush 17 Elijah Hyatt
9 •Moses Nichalow 18 Walter S Mountain
MIDDLE CREEK TOWNSHIP.
I Alexander Lyons 3 Josiah Heminger
2 Marion Henry 1 4 Hiram Fedrow
1 Albert G Hill 4 Bernard Roubaugh
2 Simon Eanis 5 Michael Kimmel
3' Samuel-Hoover 6 David 10 Shaff
NEW CENTREVILLE BOROUGH.
1 Daniel Dull I 2 Amos Schrock
1 John D Caton 12 Valentine Bridegrem
2 Samuel Waggaman 13 Abraham Kochenour
3 Herman Kochenour 14 Henry Hedding
4 John Feik 15 Joseph Ehrl
5 Henry Martz 16 Alfred Wilmer
6 John. Adam Boyer 17 David Caton
7 William Snider 18 Uriah Poorbaugh
7 Frederick S Weller 19 Isaac Elrich
9 Herman Martz 20 Valentine Emrich
30 Hezekiah Baer 21 Levi Koohenour
11 George Beck 22 Jehn Bowman
PAINT TOWNSHIP. '
1 Jeremiah Oaks 8 John Latin
2 Josiah Penrod ' 9 Gillilan Sees
3 David Berkey - • 10 John Nagle
4 William Hoffman 11 Henry Nagle
5 David Berkey 12 John Statler
6 John Weaver 13 William Fassel
7 James Foster _ 14 Patrick Dorsey
/ GeorglYJ Mowry 1 4 Christian Blough _
2 William H Courtier S John A Wilt.
3 Joseph Zimmerman 6 Joseph Lape
• STOYSTOWN BOROUGH,
1 Leiria M Statler I 3 A F Kuntz
2 Joseph Stahl I 4 Christian Spangler
1 Philip Sheffer 23 Benjamin Ling
2 Charles Slick . 24 Charles Roger
3 Edward B Spangler 25 Johri Bisbing
4 Michael Bobley 26 Henry Huller
5 Jacob Ewalt 27 Edward Rhodes
• 6 Theodore B Potts ' 28 Rufus Chrisoy
7 Isa Rogers 29 John Porten
8 tWilliam Moyer - 30 John A Clark
9 George Goa 31 Willis Dior
10 Joseph Shank -. 32 Isaac Nelson
11 Levi Custer 33 George Benner
12 Asariah Dunham 34 Ephraim Borkebile
13 Henry Koontz 35 Lewis Wisker
14 Joseph Myers 36 Peter Felix
15 Bennet Sawyer - 37 Jonathan Giffin
16 David Speeht 38 William Shull
17 Benjaminßender "39 Jacob M'Crizger
18 John W Miller '' 140 Daniel Shaffer
19 William Hammer 41 Josiah Stump _
20 Jonathan Ling 42 John Helm
21 Jacob Thomas 43 David Manger!
22 Gideon Hiteshew 44 Henry S Miller
SOMERSET TOWNSHIP. .
I Charles F Rhodes 'l5 Edward Berkey
2 Abs'6lam J Kasebear 16 Ephraim Shallis
3 Elias Bittner 17 Eli Ogline
4 Jonath'n Cunningham 18 George C Lichty ;
5 Henry Metzler 19 Gillilland Kuntz
6 George W Risinger 20 Johnathan Barclay
7 Soloman Shawley 21 Samuel Weimer •
S George A Kimmel V, Edward Liehty •
9• George Walker 23 Joseph Emong
10 Jacob Baker 24. Andrew Lohr
11 Adam Sonstim 25 Noah Gunder
12. William Trent 25 William Mourer
• 13 Conrad Gunder 27 Moses Freidlone
'l4 Joseph Wilt 28 COrnelius Berkley
• • SOUTHAMPTON TOWNSHIP.
I Samuel Royer 12 Nathan Emerich
2 William Shaffer ' 13 Joseph Heyman
3 Israel Emory 14 Solomon Reber
' 4 George Kennel' 15 Jacob Troutman
5 .Tames Lancaster 16 Adam Lepley
43 Dennis Kemp . 17 John H Lepley
7 Jacob H Martz 17 Solomon Deal -
8 Valentine Kennel! 19 William Reber
9 Jacob S Kennel 20 Valentine Wert
- 30 Noah Lancaster_2l Alexander Emrich
11 DiudelSturts.22 Jacob Leidig(ofJaeob
'', ' , i3TONY CREEK TOWNSHIP.
1 "Samuel Blackburn -, ' 8 Samuel Miller ~
- ".•2 Henry &pro --- 9 David Lehman , 'O.-•
3 Johlii.J llitz 10 Allen 0 Miller : '
. 4 Daniel Snider 11 Samuel Prank -
5 Joseph Keefer • 12 Joseph J Specher
,6 Joseph Lambert 13 Willuun Daly
ft i Samuel Fleagle 14 John Shrink - .
1 Levi . Rizer I 3 Rudolph Stotler
2 Samuel C Fechty 1 4 William F Uhl
UPPER TURKEYFOOT TOWNSHIP.
1 Norman Lichlider 4 Herman Conn
2 Elijah Henry 5 John Eicher
3 Herman Regar 6 Henry Whipy
TUE REBELS IN HAUERSTO 'N.
' The Hagerstown Herald gives the fo i lowing I
account of the operations of Gen. McCausland
and his command while they occupied that p lace, .1
during the late rebel raid on the border;
"As soon as the rebels found they were in,
undisturbed possession of the town, they began ,
to make inquiry for the borough council. An.;
interview was soon had, and the rebel General'
made his demands knewn, a list of which will
be found in another column. The council were
,told by this polished representative et..
our " Southern brethern" that if the demand
was not complied with, within a limited time,
the- town would be laid' in ashes. A. town
meeting was called to assemble iu the Court
House. Our citizens on collecting together
discussed the demand of the rebel ,General
and decided that our Council should raise
'the , money, and as much ot the clothing as
it wiiik . possible for them to do. Three hours
were giving in which to pay the money and tur
nish, the required amount of clothing. The
money was soon raised, but it was found that •
it would be impossible to furnish the clothing. ,
Additional time was asked in which to raise
it, but Gen. McCausland was deaf to every ap
peal, and swore bitterly that if his demand was
not complied with, - Within the time specified,
his threat would be carried out to the letter.--;
At last however, when ho found that there was
a disposition on the part of the council and the
people to furnish the required amount,The ex
tended the time two hours telling them that i I
the requisition was not filled by that time,
they knesy what they had to expect. He then
marched a regiment of his troops into the town,
and stationed theiniu front of the Court-House,'
eiidengy for the purpose of intimidating out
citizen 7, or with a view of carrying out his threat
provided the money and goods were not prompt=
iv handed over at the hour stipulated. Every
effort was put forth, and clothing of every hue
and material was taken to the Court-House,
- where it was placed in the hands of a committee
whose duty it was to hold it and transfer it to
the -4 Chivalry.' The supply in town however'
was found to be sadly, ,deficient, and the fact
was soon announced to the free-hooter-in-chief,.
who in the classical language peculiar to his
class and the land from which he hailed, said
to them that if it was not forthcoming by the
time sPecified, by the eternal Jesus Christ, he.
would carry out• his threat should it cost him'
his own life and that of his whole command.'—
He - told them that before doing so he would
give' them half an hour to remove the women
and children from the town, and that they might
expect no lenity at his hands. Every effort
was made to reach some tender chord in the re
gion of his heart, but unfortnuately there was. ,
not a single one which was not proof against
all appeals. At last the idea occurred to some
of our citizens that he might be reached through
some one of his staff. This was tried, and prov
ed successful, and the articles given in the list
which will be found elsewhere in our paper,
were accepted. Our citizens wisely withheld
the $20,000 until they had. assurance from Mc-
Causland that the amount of clothing which was
raised was satisfactory. As soon as that assu
rance was given, the clothing was taken to the
Court House and the money paid over. When
the clothing was taken there, this dashing South
ern chief was amongst the first to ' grab' a
new hat ; and as his ' sark' was of creeshy flan
hen.' (greasy flannel) and fouler, if possibli
than that spoken of by Scotia's immortal bare
in his imitable tale of Tam O'Shanter, he help
ed himself to a clesn one with as much eager.
ness as a highwayman would manifest when re
lieving a man ot his
o purs u eon some public thor
oughtfire. "'Here was ire "or that —lmm-est
dignity' in the.man of which we have heard so
much—none of that polish and southern refine
ment so peculiar to the men of the South,' hut
he walked foreword to the promiscuous mass of
clothing piled up before him. and like one who
had been trained to the profession of a high
wayman, helped himself to whatever suited his
purpose, with a grin of exultation such yOu
might expect to see upon the face ot the leader
ot a banditti. This Champion of ' Southern
rights' is about five feet ten inches in height,
squarely built, with coarse, red beard, rough,
rude and brutal in his intercourse with those
-with whom he came in contact ; proverbiall
profane, and to use the expression 'of one of hi:
command, he has not a single redeerniii i ,
quality, except that be is brave and will fight.
" Whilst ourcitizens were collecting Ala
money and clothing, demanded by this repro
sentative -of the Chivalry,' he and his associ
ates effected an entrance into the different Drill
storei in the place, and helped themselves t.
the contents without asking whether the own
ers were friends or foes. Their object wa ,
booty, and it mattered but little to theui whoa.
it Was. It was clear gain to them ; and they
took it without waiting to inquire whose ; wa,
or what were the opinions of the owners.
"After the money and clothing had been
handed over to them, they began to muk 3 prep
oration's for leaving, and at 1 o,clock, A.' . left
the place, marching in the direction of
. Thus ended the operations of Wednes
Charles 11 Lee
The following•is.a copy of the official order
of Gen. McCausland for tribute from Hagers
town, and the receipt of his quarter-master for
I. accordance with the instrucfions of
Lieut. Gen. Early, a levy of ($20,000) Twenty
Thousand Dollars, is made upon the inhabitants
of this city, the spact..-of three hours is allowed
for the payment of this sum in " U. $. Funds."
2. A requisition is also made for all Govern.
3. The following articles will also he fur
nished, from the blerchandize now in the hands
of the Citizens or Merchants—viz-1500 suits
of Clothes, 1500 Hats, 1500 pairs Shoes or Boots,
1500 Shirts, 1500 pairs Drawers, 1500 pairs
Socks : Four hours allowed for their collec
The Mayor and Council are held responsible
for the execution of this order, and in case of
non-compliance, the usual penalty Will ho en
forced upon the city.
JNO., MCCAUSLAND, Brig. Gen. C. S. A.
The town •of Hagerstown haring complied
with the aforegoing requisition by paying in
cash Twenty Thouiand Dollars, ( $20,000) and
having also furnished the specified articles
therein mentioned to the utmost of their abili
ity, as Lhereby certify to the fact, and place the
town under the protection of the Confederate
forces, releasing the citizens and their property
from. furthentributions and agreeing to
shield both fro further requirements.
JNO. MCCANLAND, Brig. Gen. C. S. A.
Coats ... \243lShoes. 123
Pants. -20111ats - 830
Drawers. ----, - 132 Bhirts 225
Hose - -7371 Piece Goods, 137 i yds.
Boots. 991C1 hing, 70 pieces as'd.
J. C. VAN Fossi.N, uarter. Master.
The rebels burned the distil ry of Mr. Dahl
near Williamsport, and destroyehe material
of the Boonaboro' Odd Fellows printing office.
THE pressure of Gen. Grant's bnivearmy is
felt severely in Richmond. All women who de
; sire it have been offered passports to go North ;
nflia distribution of meal to the poor is suspend:
t.lll neVii potatoes are $5 per gimrt,•and gold is
worth $3O in rebel currency for ono. So says
the Richmond Whie,
HEADQUARTERS CAVALRY BRIGADE, I
IlecaTsrow::. 31d.. Jaiy 1664.
GENERAL ORDER, NO.—,
aly franklin ilepostion, ibambersburg, pa,
- - I,egaLgotites.
NoTicE.__TEAcTrns will be eXtllO-
ined for Green township on Wednesday, Ati
, gust 10th: Southampton, 11th; Letterkenny.l2th:
-I.nrimn. 151 h: l'annett,ltith ; Metal. ; Thoth
-ISt)] Peters, 22d; Warren, :1311; Mercer burg,
24th; Montgomery, 25th; Greencastle. 'With; An
trim, 'Zith : Waynesboro. S)th: Washington, .;Ist;
Quincy. September Ist; Guilford, 2d. rod liamtlton
11, at the usual places. None need apply who
" never prepare." who "have not looked at a book
for months,"nho desert their schools without cause,
or who " cannot get here at the hour." Those in
terested in their profession will be prepared and at
tend promptly at 0 O'clock, A. M., each day. when
the classes will be formed. Each should have a
sheet of heavy foolscap paper, pencil. Item crayon.
and it revenue stamp or five cents. Directors and
eititzons will please attend. A. matmAlN.
july2n County Superintendent.
- 1 1- Persons interested will please take notice
nut the following accounts have been filed in this
office. and will bepresented for confirmation at a
Court of Common Fleas. on the Sth of Aurs.t, 1864:
The final account of Wm. M'Lellan, Assignee of
Thomas Walker and wife, under DectJuf Voluntary
- The first account of Wm, M'Lellan. Assignee of
,the Chnmberaburg Saving Fund Association.
First account of A. K. M'Clure and J. M. Sharpe,
Assignees of Wnsen Reilly.
Tin tl neeonnt of A. K. M'Cltirm Win. M'Lellan
and T. B. Kennedy. Assignees of Hezelsinh Easton.
julyJ K. S. TAYLOR, Proth'v.
VNECUTOR'S NO T /CE.-Notice is
u hereby given that Lettere Testamentary to the
Estate of Martin Wenger, late of Green via-wadi),
deed, have bhen granted to the undereigned, resid
ing in Raid towfiship,
All Perrone knowing themselves indebted to said
Rotate will please make immediate payment; and
thoqo having claims will present them properly
HENRY N . VENGER. ' -1 E .,
MARTIN WENGER:JILT • x, -
4ersonar liroptroi Baia.
offer at Public Sale, at his residence, in Letter
:wilily township. 4 miles North-west of Chamber,
norg% and about IV mile from Rocky Spring% on
thesth of .I.lonat , the following Personeb Pro
perly, to wit: S head of 1101t:3ES, 5 Work Homes.
nee-year old Colts, 2 Sucking Cults, S ligml Or Horn
t!A'tTI,E. 1 Mulch Cow, S hb.ul of SHEEP, 4 heed
of HOGS (1 of which is a Sow heavy with Big), 7
.-3mtes, 1 Sleigh, 1 Windmill, 1 Spring - Wagon, 1
REAPER,' Horse Rake, 1 pair uf Wood twiters, 1
Nor,, 2 ])noble Plows, 1 harrow, 1 pair of 'Spread
s. Double and Single Trees, Horse Gears, D.llam
Bridles. Halters, Halter Chains, 1 Grind Stone, 2
Wain Cradles, 2 Bureaus, 1 Sink, 3 Bodsteml4,
1 1;finitA, 1 Corner Cu p boat d,l Ten-plate Stove, 1 Iron
kettle, 3 barrels of Flour nod a variety of otner ar
ticles. not necessary to mention.
Sale to commence at 9 o'clock, when terms will be
made known. [july2ol JOHN, /3, 07• ELL.
VOlt SALE.---1 offer for sale ray CON
IL ESTABLISHMENT. with fix
tures for oarryine on a Maonfoeturitur Business.
Also—The STORE ROOM FOR RENT.
_Forpartietthrs enquire of
inlY2o-3t - LEWIS SHOEMAKER.
TWELVE TEACHERS WANTED.—
The hoof Directors of Letterlcenny township,
will meetlin S.ttarday, the 13th clay of Amami next,
for the 'impose of employing twelve teachers._
take cha oof the Public Schools of Sail towaThi,t
for the e in term of viz months.
By ord of the Boaid, • DAN'I, GELISIX,
WAITED—A good TANNER. Good
w7Fges and steady employment will be given.
Apply to he undentigned. near Mereersburg.
np27-t ' C. METCALF.
1 'ED.—A substitn te fiff one year,
liable to tuilitary duty. Apply at this
- METROPOLITAN CIIROUS.
'RR-Furriar AND OROASIZKLI PIM ISert
g. J. ROBINSON... ......
TUE MOST COMPLET*I.:STABLISIIMENT '
• now traveling in Amen-en!
FIVE DASHING EQUESTRIENNES..
TWO CLOWNS AT EACH PERFORMANCE
The Great Wit and Modern Grimaldi.
CHARLES CON" ILLE
The Quaint. Quizzical. Extempore VovalLst.
An Unequalled Colleetion of
HIGHLY TRAINED ARABIAN HORSES.
DANCING IfORSP.S. and
PIGMY TRICK PONIF.S.
`THE GRAND PROCESSION
enter town on the morning of the defy of es hi
dtion at 10 o'clock. led py the SWAN CHAR
Irawn by elegantly marked horses. euntnining
LUDWIG'S CORNET BAND.
Two eaeh day. Afternoon and Even
az. Doors open at 2 and 7 P. M. Performance to
.ommence half an hour later.
Anutssios AND L',3 CENTs.
lIAMBERSBURG July :to,
deVONN EL LSBURII....
IPPENSBURGtig. 1 it.
.7A RLISLE ' . 21.
•Do riot confound this with Yankee llobingon's
Circus or the Menagerie. CHAS. W tiTNEY.
july7.l)-2t Oen. Huvirv. p Act.
B OROLIGII LOAN!
- $lO,OOO WANTED!
$5,000.F0R TWO TEARS!
$5,000 FOR THREE YEARS!
INTEREST SIX PER CENT. PER ANNUM
The Town Council of the Borough of Chambers
burg desire to effect a loau as abovestated, and will
receive applications at the office of JOHN STEW
ART, Esq.. Chief Bur4ess, ut tiny time. Bonds will
be issued in sums of $10) and upwards. -
BY order of the Town Council
T. L. FL V, rPH Rtt, Sec's'
i ul y2O- 3t
CIENTRE WOOLEN FACTORI".—Tito
subseribers respectfully inform their friends
and the I uhlie generally, that they hare leased the
above named Factory one mile north-west of Cliam
nersburg, (best known wt llorst's Factory) for n term
of years, where they intend .to manitfivet ere Cloth,
Sattinot, Blankets, Flannels and Carpetinz from
the fleece. of yarn. Country Carding and Fulling
attended to. Also—lndigo Wile; and fancy dying
done to order. Having added a number of new ma
chines to their Factory, they are now prepared todo
work in the best style and hope to be able to render
general satisfaction to all who may favor I.lh with
their custom ,
WOOL loft at the Stores of J. G. Eer and
B. Fold, in St. Thomas Jas. D. Scott, inUridgo
port, and at the House of H. Embich, on Fianklin
St.,Chambersbtng, will be called for evei7 two
weks and returned when finished.
junels-3m H. EYIBICH 8:
1864 " 00 S 7 A RI S "
RAT, ROACH, &a.
1; Xq: It Di IDi A () It
"15 years estAlished in N.Y. City."'
"Only infallible remedies known."
" Free from Poisons."
" Not dangerous to the Human Family." -
" Rata come out of their holes to die."
.637- Sold by all Druggists everywhere.
.Parl 11 Beware 111 of all worthless imitations.
LW' "Costar's" Depot, No. 982 Rroadway. N.Y.
ire. Sold by all Wholesale and Retail 'Druggists in
Chambersburg.Pa. • [mar 9-8 m
K E R O K S E-NiE m L . AN TERNS,
Kerosene Oil, at
BOX D'S Grocery
A JOINT RESOLUTION PROPOSING
1 - 11. CEB.T.APT _AMENDMENTS TO THE CON
snruTION.—Be reBolred by the Senat e anti
Hattie of Reprenentativen of the Commonwealth of
peilioolvfmia in. General ...igeembly eut, That the
following amendments be proposed to the Constiin-
Lion of. the Counnonwealth, in accordance with the
provisions of the , tenth article thereof:
There shell be an additional section to the third
article of the Constitution, to be designated as sec
tion four, as followS:
"SY.crtnN - 4. Whenever any oftbegnalified eleetors
of this Commonwealth Shall belt, any actual inilita
-1- service. under rt- requisition from the President
of the United States, or by tho authority of this
Commonwealth. such eleCtors may eNereisc the right
of suffrage in all elections by the citizens.' undersueh
regulations as are, or shall be, prescribed by law, as
fully al if they wore present at their usual place ol
SEcrto.7: 2. There ehall he two atitlitional sectiont
to the eleventh article of the Constitution. to bodes
ignated as sections eight, awl tune, us follows: '
"SNCTION 8. No bill shall be passed by the Legis-
I:acre,. containing more than one subject, which
alma be clearly expressed in the title, except npPro
"Sacriox 9. bill shall be passed by the Legis
lature granting any powers, or privileges, in any
wherecasc, the authority to grant such powers, or
privileges, has Loon, or may hereafter be, conferred
upon the courts of this C.untuonwealth."
HENRY C. JOIINSON,
Speaker of the llouse of Rtvesentatives.
• JOHN P. PENNEY, a
- Speaker of the Senate.
OFFICK TIM Slie'Y 1W THF: COMNIONWNALTH.
1.1.% it ItISBL'ItG, April' 5,1864.
PIMNSYLVA NI A. SS:
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 Resolution proposing'air
tain ameinlments to the Consdttitiun,” as the
same remains on tile in this office.
,In testimony 'whereof, I have hereunto set
• my hand and causecl l the seal of the Secre
tary's office to' be affixed. the 411 , 3 , and Year
above written. - ELI SLIFER, `
Secretary of the Commonwealth.
The alnive Resointioh having been agriced to by a
majority of the members ()fetich HouseTt two -suc
cessive scssionsof the lien oral Assembly' f thisCons
monweafth,lho propose&tunendments,will be sub
mitted to the
adoption or reiectioli,..
ON TM', FIRST '.C.IIESDAY OF AUGUST, in the
year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and
sixty-fair. iii tmeOrtlnnee' with the pinvisious of the
tenth article of the Constitution, and the act. en
titled "An Act prescribirgithe time' and manner of
mbolittioz - b) (lie people, for thcir'approval and re-
Ilification or rejection,. the proposed amendments to
the Constitution, • approved the twentv-third day of
April. one thousand cightbaudred and sixty-four
'ELI SLIFER, •
mav4-13t) Secretary of 'the Commenwentlb,
EGISTER'S NOTIOE.—AII persous
iu interested will please take notice that the fol
lowing accountants have settled their anonnts in
the Register's office of Franklin County. and that
the same will be presented to the. Orphans' Court
for confirmation. on Weditevirw. the 10th flay of
Aug tut 13;4, at the Court }louse in CirtinhersbarT :
111. tirst and.finaTneeount of Priscilla Nave. Ad
tninistratris of George Nave, late of Antrim town
. 112. First and final account of John and - Joseph
Cramer. Adtu'rs of Catharine Cramer. late of Lct
terkcnnv township, deed. -
113. FirAlind final account of Mary Chaffer. Ad
ministratrix of Christian Shaffer. late ot• Mercers
114. 'First and final aeconnt of Nicholas and Ja
cob Kline. Will of Jacob Kline, late of Montgom
ery township, (let:A. •
115. First and final account Martin Snider, AdUer
of John Detwiler. deed.
116. Third account of Solomon Fiery, Ex'r ad - no.
Brewer. late of Monte°Mery township, deed.
117. Aecouramf A. B. Winuerd. Adnt'r of Eliza
beth Burk. late of Antrim township. dee'd.
118. First and final account of David Spencer,
Adm'r of Emanuel-lii:idig, late of Southampton
township, deed. ,
119. First and final account of Lewis P. Skaggs..
Adm'r d: b. n. e. La. of Francis Robison, late of
Montgomery township, deed.
120. First account of Geo. Grove. Adm'r /if Mich
ael Coble. late of Hamilton tuwnship, dee'd.
- 121. First and final account of Leonard Allman
and Samuel Gettle, Ex7rsof Christian Alleinan, late
of Lurearitownship.tlee'd. •
122 First and final' aecoun tof John Huber, Adm'r
of Absalom Shatter, late of Guilford twp., deed.
125, Final account of.loseph,E. Kennedy, surviv
ina Ea'r of Henry Smith of J., late of Chambers
burg. deed. •
124. First and finnlaccount of Daniel Shank. Guar
dian of Anna C. Funk, minor child 01, Jacob Funk,
late of Wash incton township, deed.
1135. First and final account of Daniel Shank,Guar
dian of zlusan Pcnlk. toini(w cltil.l
- of Washington township. dee'd.
126. Second account of George Johnston. Adm'r
of Joseph Johnston, late of Southampton township,
1:17. Account of Nicholas P,oriebrake, Guardian of
Emma Shartle, deed, minorchild of John H. 18har
Account of jamas - Nill. of Catharine ,
Beatty, late of Antrim township, deed, as stated by
Samuel Myers and T. J. Sill. E:ens of James i ill,
ID. First account of T. IS, Kennedy. suriving
Ex'r of Jame: , I.3eatty, , late of Antrim twp., dee'd.
13f. The second and final accotint:of Geo. blimp
nor, Sr., and Geo. Enepper, Jr.. Exsrit of David
Kr t epper, rule of !piney township. rier'd.•
131. First and nual account of Daniel Palmer,
of George Palmer. late of Guilford fwg., deo . d.
3u1v13 . HENRI XfItICKLER. flegi•der.
1011ROCLANIATION.-- 2 -To the Coroner,
the 'Justices of the Peace, and the Constables
of the different townships in the county of FFank
iin. Greeting: linow all.ye, that in pursuance of a
precept to rho directed, under the baud and seal, of
•the Hon. ALEX. KLNGI President of the several
Courts of Common Plea e, in the iixteenth District,
eonsistina of the counties of Sonierset, Ledford.
Polito' and Franklin. and by virtue of his office, the
Court of Over and Terminor and licher:el Jail De
livery tbr the .trint 'of capital akad other offender ,
therein, and in the General Court-of Quarter Ses
sions of the Peace, and WILLIAM W. PACTUN and
JAMES 0. CARSON. E•q4 , Judges of the same county
of Franklin. You andeach of you are hereby re
quired to, bc and appear in your proper persons with
your Record + Recognirenues, Examinations, and
othei. Itianembranees before the - Judges aforesaid.
at Chambersburg, at n Court of Oyer and Terminer
and General' Jail Delivery: and General Quarter
Session of the Peace., therein to be holden for the
County of Franklin. aforesaid, -on the 2d Mondap
in Auquo, firing the Sth day in fh, month, at 10 W
clock in the•forenoon of that day. then anti there to
do those things, which to yourseveral offices apper
tain.,lii•en under icy hand at Charnharl.hnre, the 11th
day of Juiy, 13t3i. SAMUEL BRANDT,
T ,IST OF' CAUSES FOle TRIAL.AT
Al August Term, 1.94. Ciimmon Pleas, caintuene
ing• Monday:August Bth; ISt' ,A:-
Emanuel Kuhn , vs. W. Crooks' Kers.
Micheal Zellers vs. James Rule:
S. M. Pennock & CO. vs. William Reber.'
John Trite); JusePh Price, • .
Charles Hoch vs. A. S. Adams, et. nl,
A. J. Lochbantn vs. Dr. John Lambert et. al.
ieorge Gars use vs. John D. Tritle.
Wm. Bush .John Show).
julyl3 „ IK. S. TAYLOR. Proctek.
tiec is hereby given that Le:tteis of .Adminis
tuition on the listate of Robert Calbertson, late of
Fan nett township. dee'd• have been granted to the
uistersigncd residing in said township.
All persons knowing themselves indebted 'to said
Estate will plerise make immediate payment ; and
those having claims will present them properly au
thenticated for settlenient.
JOSEPR•CULBERTSON,} wm .
' jime29l P. 13 PER SHEARER; rs.
A DM INISTRATOWS NOTICE.-No
..Li t ice Is hereby given that Letters of Adin inistraL
lion on the Ets.thte of Emanuel Byers, late of St.
Thomas township, dee'd. i have been granted to the
undersigned/residing in St. Thomas. •
All persons knowing themselves indebted to said
Estate will please make imniedinto payment; and
those having elaitna will present them properly au
thenticated tbr settleinent
inns - HENB'I CORWELL. Adm'r.
tice _is hereby given that Letters of Adminis
tration on the Estate of John Burkhidder, late of
Illhambersbura:, dec'd, have bean granted to the on
aersigned, residing in said borough.
• All persons knowieg themselves indebted to said
Estate will please make immediate payment; and
,those having claims will please present them' pro:
Perly authenticated for settlement.
ja11022 - CHRISTIAN STOUFFER, Adru'r.
tice is hereby given that Letters of Adminis
tration de honks non with the will annexed, on the
Estate of Catharine Beatty. late of Antrim 'town
ship, deed, have been granted to the undersigned
residing in Cliambersburg.
Ali persons knowing themselves indebted to said
Estate will please make immediate' payment; and
those having olaims will present them properly au
june22 WALTER BEATTY, Adm'r.
AMU OP . THE T 0 11.1. C
now order all their Tobacco. Segars, - Pipes,
from J. D. JACOBS.' Thoy know 'Jacobs sells the
boat and cheapest. • jan27-Iy.
Vactl @state gAless.
TWO FARMS FOR SALE.—The,q4-
. dersigued intends moving to the West, offers
at Private Sale, a FARM, situated in Letterkeuny
township. Franklin county, 4 miles from Chambers
barg, and 14 mile north-west of the Rocky Spring,
adjoining lands of Saufl Huber and John Sprecher.
containing about hid ACRES of BLACK SLATE
LAND. The improvements area large two-storied
ROUGH-CAST, DWELLING HOUSE, Log and
Franie Barn, Wagon Shed,Cider Prem,and all oth ,-
er necessary out-buildings. _
Also—A FARM adjoining the above. of about 110
ACRES, one-half of which 1.4 Limestone and the
balance Slate. The improvements' are a two-stgricd
BRICK 110 USE,thearly new) Log and Frame Barn
(with Wagon Shed attached) tnd other convenient
The Farms have.been well limed and are tolera
bly well Timbered. There is an ORCHARD of good
fruit on both of the Farms, and a well of never fail
ing Water at each of the dwellings_ and a Spring on
the first mentioned tract for watering cattle. There
is also a LIME KILN andQUARRY on each of
the farms. About twenty ACRES of MOUNTAIN
LAND, well timbered, with Chestnut and Chestnut
Oak will be sold with each Farm.
. . . . .
.4.lso—Two ACRES and I'S PERCHES adjoining
the above, on the Public Road, with a 1,4 storied,
TENANT HOUSE. Stable. &c: This small tract is
well planted with FRUIT TREES, and is admira
bly adapted for gardening purposes. Piero is a
-goad Well of Water at the house, and a Spring near
Persons wishing-to 'view the premises can do so
by milling on me, at the first described farm.
july6-tf - Will. WELL.
ARM FOR SALE.—A yaltmble
containing us `A'CRES and 82 PERCHES of
first-rate LIMESTONE LAND. situate in Mont
gomery township. Franklin county, Pa., within 11)4
miles of Mercersburg, and mile from the Turn
pike leading to Greencastle, bounded by lands,of
Br. J. M. Heister, Noah Myers and others. The
alfe - vo deicrib.id Farm 'is in ahigh state of eultiva
tiom'and over NO panels of good Post Fence. The
improvements are- it now two-storied B It I C K
UOUSE , with gotd Log Kitchen and Dining Room
a tt uo b e d, a go o d Double Log Barn, shcaded all
around. with two Boors Brick Grancry, good,Car
ringo House,. ‘lrticon Shed. Smoke House, .tc. A
good thriving Orchard of first-rite Grafted Froct, a
n e ver-failing Weil of Water with Pump in the yard,
and Running Water convenient for stock. A small
portion of said Farm isof good TIMBER. Therein
also good Pater Power and Mill Seat on said prem
ises. Also, about ],7 ACRES of good T I 111 B
LAND, about 16 mile from said Form, which will
he sold with or without the above, to , mit purchaser.
Tf th e above property is not sold at Private Sale be
fore thole, or September, it will be sold at Public
Outory on that day. Any person wi-Ming to-view
said premises can do so by calling on the under
signed, Executor, residing on said Farm.
maylg-tsL Ex'r of John,,Withempoon. deed.
[Lancaster Examiner copy at and send bill for Cu!.]
VTALITABLE FARM AT PRIVATE
SALE.—The undersigned offers at Private sale.
his FARM, situated in Letterkenny township,
%Franklin county, Pa.. adjoining lands of Abraham
Wenger, Heirs of David Zimmerman. Sr.. dee'd.
Jo;eph Bollinger and others, near the Conodoguin
nett Creek, and about one-half mile from Pleasant
Hull. 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 mil fence. The improvements nre
LARGE T W 0-ST ORIE LOG .HOUSE Part
weatherboarded, a Bank' Barn, Wagon Shed, Corn
Crib and other necessary out-buildings. There is a
Well of never failing Water at the kitchen door and
a considerable stream running through the rimed
ow.4. together with water in every' field, making it a
capital Mock _farm. Persons wishing to view the
premises can do so by eallingon the subscriber resi
dingon the public road one-half mile east of Pleas
jtine22-3m WILLIAM GILLAN.
I I IARNI FOR SALE.—Containing 133
, ACRES of good SLATE LAND, and noarlY
all fresh Limed. Bounded by lauds of Daniel Mil
der; Abram and Noah Myers. 'rho above Farm is
1 in a good state of cultivation, with over 300 panels
of good Post Fence. The improvements are a good
LOG 110 USE, good Log and Frame Barn, sheaded
with Wagon Shed and Corn Crib. A good Young
Orchard of choice Fruit and a 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 trout Mereersburg, on the road lead
! ing to the Corner.' The above lam, if not sold at
private before, will be offered at Public Sale on the
14 day of Sept,mber, when an indisputable title will
be given by the undersigned Executor.
JAMES . O. CARSON.
'Executor of tho Estate of John Little, dee'd.
llr_rt- Any person wishing -to Ticw said-farm can do
36 by calling on the subscriber, residing about 3,6
nide from said Farm.
mayl3-ts JAMES WITIIERSPOON.
iLimeaster Examiner Cony 3t tied send bill for eol.)
VALUABLE F ARM AT PRIVATE
SALE:—The undersigned will offer at Private'
Sale, hit .FARM, situated in Litman township,
Fiankliu county, Pa., adjoining lands of John E.
and John M'Cray, Daniel Clippinger, Joseph Mow
ers and °fiers, near the Conorloguinett creek. and
"mint 5 miles from Shinpensburg. Containing 2tig
ACRES of god I SLAM LAND, well limed, 70
m•res of this tradt is well TIMBERED, 25 acres in
MEADOW and the balance in a high state of culti
vation, all in excellent order and well fenced. The
improvements are a two storied log WEATHER
BOARDED HOUSE, new Bank Barn 72 feet long.
wigon shed anti all other necessary and convenient
,pit-buildings. There is a Well of never failing
Water at the door and two ORCIIARD4 of choice
Emit on the premises. There is also a good TEN
ANT HOCKS on the farm with a Well of Water
convenient and all necessary ont-buildings. Per
sons wishing to view the Fin n can do so by calling
o t the subscriber. living in Ha milton township, or
on John E. M'Clas; adjoining the farm.
juneS-tf JOH:s: ZOOK.
TALUABLE STEAM TANNERY FOE
SALE.—The undersigned will sell at Private
Sule, his TANNERY. known as the Corner TennerY.
with Stearn and Water Power, SAW-MILL. Chop.
ping-Mill. stooks for breakinghides, ,Ve. The Tan
nory has S Leeches. 32Vats, 2 Limes and Water Pool,
and is capable of tanning 800 heavy hides a year.
There are-two -LOG DWELLING lIOUSES, Barn.
Stable and of necessary out-buildings connected
wi th, the T ry. and about 60 Acres cleared, with
good frui . Be will sell any quantity of land with
the Ta ry, from 100 to 700 Acres. Over6oo Acres
are Timber, nod an ample supply of: Chestnut 'Oak
Bark to run the Tannery for fifty years. It is situ
ated about 7 miles South-east of Mercersbnrg, on
Licking Creek. Terms made easy. For further
pat t i tars address the undersigned. at Mf. ITO ni bII
'ranklin co.. Pa. fangl2-tf] C. METCALF:
'VARM , FOIt SALE IN ST. THOMAS
TOWNSHIP,—The undersigned offers at Pri
vate Sale his FARM. sittated - in _St. Thomas town--
ship, on the Public Road leading from Guyer's
Tavern to London. 6 miles from the , latter place,
ontaining about 200 ACRES OF SLATE AND
GRAVEL LAND, about 80 Acres of which is clear
ed and the balance iu THRIV IN G TIMBER.
The improvements are a LOG II OUSE. Log
'Barn, and 4 Tenant Houses. and a good Apple
Orchard. Peach. Cherry. and Pear-Trees. Also—A
SAW MILL and CHOPPING MILL, in good run
nine order. with 18 feet of head and fall. This pro
perty would afford a Rood opportunity to make
money. For terms apply to the subscoiber. residing
on the premises. Unly6l FRED'E. GILBERT. -
QM - ALL FARM FOR SALE.—The sub
scriber will sell at Private Sale, the SMALL
FARM on which he now resides, situate in Antrim
'township.• Franklin county, about six miles from
Greencastle, on the Cashtown road, ndioiuingjailds
of Samuel Myers and others, containing about 49
ACRES. all cleared land, in good order and under
good fence. There is is YOUNG ORCHARD of thrif
ty trees on the place, and a Well of excellent Water.
[7The improvements consist of a two-story L 0 G
DWELLING HOUSE, a Bank Barn 42 feet lima.
and well finished, and another necessary out-build
logs. Pomession will be given on the Ist of April,
1864. Terms will be made known on application - to
' the subscriber, residing on thepromises.
oet2l-tf - --SAMUEL C. KRIDER.
HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE IN
the borough.of M'Connellsburg,Ful ton county,
Pa. Largo Double TWO STORY HOUSE. Eleven
Rooms, -Kitchen, Wash House, &e. ; TWO LOTS
OF GROUND, choice Fruit and Shrubbery: Sta
blingfor thirty-five horses. Location and buildings
suitable for a Hotel, having been used as a Tavern
for a number of yours. First-rate Well of water at
th e d oo r. All in good order. The subscriber will
sell at 41, bargain and give possession at any time.
For information call on or addresl -
mayll-tf] M'Connellaburg, Fulton County. Pa.
(leo. A. Smith, F.sq, my -Attorney,:will give
all necessary information in my a .sence. -- It. A.
TPA VE RN STAND AT PRIVATE
SALE.—I will sell or exchange the INDIAN
QUEEN 'HOTEL for property in jahambersburg or
vicinity. (ap2o-tf I • JOHN W. TAYLOR.
ESTAAlt.—Caine to, the, residenCe of
the subscriber. on South Main street. Ohara
bersiMg, on the 13th T W 0, S 0 •W.S • ; The ;
owner is hereby notified t,o come,and 'prove Droner
ty. pay charges and take them swat or they WWII§
disposed of according to law. •
Jaly2o , 3t* JOHN HART.
July 27, 1864;-1
.eat- estate *airs;
V.HERIFFI3 -SALE—&y virtue o f sun „,,
dry waitso vesiditioni expones, ironed oat of
the Courts et,co n imon Pleas of Franklin ocuntY'
Vit.,nrultstase directed, there will be exposed t
Public S'aleat the Court Bowe. in the ,occvarti
Chambersbare, on friday,the sth of 41.itaut,18640
o'clock, P.M., the following. dosnnbed ~Real
All that Tract of 'MOUNTAIN LAND, sitriato it
etterkenny township, containing about Acres
More or less, adjoining lands of the heirs of 'Jess+
Rosenberry, Lee Born and others.
Also—All the defendant's interest in all that'
TRACT OF LAND. situate in Letterkenny town
ship, containing 8.5 ACRE . more or less. adioinint
lends of E. Rosenberry and others, with a ,L 404
DOUSE and Los"..Darn thereon erected.
Alan—Alt defendant's interest in all that Tract
3101INTAIN LAND, s.itunte in Letter - I:uit town.
shin. -containing .300 Acres, more or tem, ritoininp
lands of 11. Keefer and others. Seized and take)
in execution as the property of Isaac Ros.enherti,
and will be sold by inc.
july3o SAMUEL BRANDT, Sheriff..
VALUABLE FARM.—Bymier"ok the
Orphans' Court of Franklin county',
bo sold at Public Sale, onthe premises, us Ire ( l2w.
dolt. the Mat of A wine. the FARM belong - m
Estate of Nancy K. Carson, dee'd, situate two mile
South-west of Mercer:ham containing 137 .ACRE;
of first-rate Land, adjoining lands of Adam Jr. M.
Hoke and others. On the premises are a- never
failing Stream of Water, Bank Barn, STO N
HOUSE. Wagon Shed and Corn Crib. Also, a firs;
rate Apple Orchard. More than one-half of the
Fencing is Locust Poet and Choanut Rail. •
Also at the same time and place, TWO TRACTS
OF TIMBER LAND, ACRES and 153 AtIRE...
within two and three miles of the fat in.
Terms, as prescribed by the Court • One-half on
the first day of April, 1665, and the balonce in three
equal annual payments. with interest.
Salo to commence at 1 o'clock. P. M.
Persons wilishing to-view the premises can call on
the tenant. orJames 0. 01,11011, of Morcersborg.
inly2o-ts THOMAS CARSON Adm'r.
.1V ARM FOR SALE.—A valuable Farm.
containing 51 ACRES nod 86 PERCHES neat
ITIMISIITC of ifirst-inte LIAIESTOKE LAND,:sitn
ated in Guilford town-chip. Franklin county. 1 mile
south of Marion adjoining lands of John Reefer's
heirs, Daniel Sheller and dthcrs, will he sold at Pub:
lie l:Zale.`ori ihr. 3,1 (trip of September. The improve
m, tits are a two-story LOG DWELLING ROUSE,
with a Kitchen attached. a Log Ra rn, WagotrEheq,
Corn Crib and all necessaryout buildings. There is
a never Miling Well of II ater at the door. -and a
lam! Orchard of choice Fruit. About b Acres of
this land is covered - with Olivia:: Timber. Po ,
sons wishing to view the premises can do s o hz
iug on - the undersigned, residing on said farm. Salo
to commence at 1 o'clock on said day, when the
hrms will he made known by
July A-71 5 ' GEORGE SHELLER.
PUBLIC SALE.—By virtue of an oyder
of the Orphans' Coot t of Franklin county, the
untler:igned,Achnioistrntoroi livery Einkle.dee'ti;
will= expose to Public tiste, on the premises. cm .`,.co
turdap, the tith dew Aviruhl. 11351, the following
REAL ESTATE. viz::
Abont ..7 EORTY ACRES OF SLATE LAND, in
Hamilton township, near the Road,
about 5 miles South-west of Charabersburg. adjoin
ing lands of Jacob Diehl, Barnet Bielting, Jnol Wa
goner and others, with a good LOG HOUSE. Log
Barn and other improvements thereon erect( 41.
The land is under a gond state of cultivation, find a
small portion ofit in thriving Timber. Sale to com
mence at 1 o'clock, P. M. when the teens will be
made known by EMANUEL KIJIIti, Adm'r.
By order of the Court: G. Myreirm.i.„ Clerk.
TIMBER LAND AT PRIVATE SALE
The undersigned offers at Private Sale, FIFTY
ACRES OF TIMBER LAND. at the foot et North
Mountain. seven miles North of Chomberihurg
well set with Chestnut, - White Oak and -Red Oak.
and some Locust. The Clae tnut is large enough to
cut for rails. Tor price and terms apply to the.un
dersigned, at Keeffor's Store:
-june.T.:-3m* - GYM. S. KEEFFER.
ATALU'ABLE TOWN PROPERTY FOR
Y SALE—The HOUSE and LOT on Wig Mar-
Ica street, Charnbersburg, now occupied by Hon. F.
M. Kimmel], is offered at private sale. For price
and terms apply to JOHN M. WHO WELL.
~C LAT I MSn . —d eT ?
d hoard of
Appraisers appointed by the Court of CO11111101) Pleas
of Dauphin County. (see act of 22d April, MG%) to
investiaptc the claims arising from the Steed raid.
.he militia claims, and the Andersou Cavalry nu
pres.smontielaims, all eccuring in the year 1S6::. in
- Southern border counties of Pentwyl , ,nnia huvo
now so far as regards the Stuart raid claims conclud
ed their labors: having returned cases to 'he num.
bor of four hundred and fifty (450) to the lioneraldo
thu above mentioili d court. Thu Andeison C'uv
alryandlllilitiaclaimsremain to be heard. - But
the same having both been reported upon by COM
IIIISSiOIIeTS appointed by His Excelleey Guy. thartin.
A law is now in the course of passage through the
Legislature (having passed the House and beingat
present under consideration in the Senate) whereby
the action 01 the said Comm isNionors shall be legal:
ized if upon examination by the present Board the
same shall be found to be just. The Legislative
action will be determined at the adjourned tletatoll
to be held in August next.
Now. therefore. this is to girt noticr to all persons
having certificates of adjudicated elnium under the
Anderson Cavalry impressment and Militia dam
ages. respectively. returned by Messrs. D. 0. Gehr
and Samuel Reisher in the -Anderson Cavalry eases,
and Messrs. W. H. M'Dourl I and Chas. M. Minim t
in the Militia eases afore:mid; that they dovrit" the
said certificates with Missrs. M'Lellan .h item ell:
said Attorneys being duly nuthorired to reeci• - c and
register the same fur consideration by the said tho
undersigned Board of Appraisers, when the current
legislation shall have been duly ascertained. Casts
may be e atAcit tbr appeal should such he the desire
o f any 0 1 l e o claimants. but appeals 11111 . .4 he sal.-
stantinted by the clearest evidence to be-sucvessful
as confidence is entertained to a high degreely this
Boardin the justice and probity of the Commissien
ars before named. - Should the legislative netion
prove to vary from what is anticipated. duo notice
will be given immediately after the nrijort
the Legislntiirr.fnr the bearing of raid claims in ae
cordance with the statute aforesaid passed April 224
A. MESS EITER.
WM. CLARE. -
Board of Apprais o under the Act of April 22nd,
D isting before the Fifth tiny of September next
for the time of one tome are entitled ton goy crinnent
bounty of ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS. -
In addition the Borough of CLainlicieburg will
give a bounty of ONE HUNDRED , DOLL ARS for
volunteers fur oneyear. who before the stlr.of Sep
tember next shall be mustered into the service of
the United - States and properly credited to said bor
By order of the Town Council
july2o-3t T. L. FLETCHER Sce'y.
au ILFO it D TOW\SII ll'.—Citizen
VI of Guilford township wishing to enter the ser
vice under the now colt for 500.n00 troops. will please
call with the endersiened, before being 'ex" lited
elsewhere, fjuly2Ak3t} A. K. M'CLUR E.
NJ . ed having formed i'•Co-partnership. !or the
Purpose of continuing and earrYing uu the 57OVE
AND TINNING 13111. 1 1NESS, in the name of .3IIL
HAMILTON respectfully invite their
old etuttoVers and the public generally to sive them
acad. . • • J. B. MILLBIt. •
Wishingto elosetheeld Books, persons know-
ing themselves indebted will please cull and settle.
by note, or otherwise. - J. H.
DAI T .—lioticei is here
by given that theundersigriedhave entered in
to partnership in the liardwareand Cutlery bitsiness
at the old stand of Myers &Brand, where we are
Prepared to furnish ray ttang /II our line as cheap
as any other house in the county. Special induce
ments are offareVer cash. as our motto will be quick
sales and short protlte.. JACOB S. BRAND.
0d14.63., a• - • GEORGE FLACK.
edbas assn fated with bireself, na thelst l'eb
rug!, y, ISM,. JOHN B. ,STUABT, m the Grocery
business,undea the namo and style of SHARER STUART. Thankful for the patronage. heretofore
extended to the establishment, be hives by a strict
attention to business to merit for MO powitlrm
continuarme of ptddie favor. '
.Mar 2-- SACOI3 SHAFER.
ted with me, this day. =Fehraard 9th 1864; in the
mercantile business L. B.AINDLINE., the-business
hereafter will be conducted wader the un Of WIL
LIAM WALLACE A: CO. Haring bed a liberal
patronage heretofore, I solicit the same fir the new
firm.. (mar 2411. WILLIAM,WALLACE.
108 - PRIVTING; iri every gilt,' dow
at thefts/of the FRANKLIN ESPObITORI