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September 21, 1864.
GOBBlp 'WITH OUR Fiticsos.—New York—
again in the gieat gulf that swallows up heart and
soul, all but that.part of a man that appertains to
money getting. ' The - glare of a score of gas lights
is on our paper, strangers surround us, Broadway
in front, noises and confusion everywhere, the
rolling of wheels, and the tramp of thousands of
pedestrians almost, deafen our ears, a street organ
fails to quiet our nerves, countless news venders
use every inducement to have us purchase an
. evening paper, M'Clellan's name is on every lip
for good or fur evil report, arguments, altercations
and congratulations confound us—to sum vip, we
are trying to write to our dear gossips of tffe RE:
PosrrostY, under unnumbered difficulties, in the
reading room of the Metropolitan Hotel. Don't
for a moment suppose we are boarding hie at
$4 00 per day. We are only awaiting a, friend,
and the fit seized us to use a sheet of public paper
Fro bolo publics,: A homesick spell has come over
„us. Would that we were now at our old desk iu
C., penning soma grave nonsense for our kind
friends, whose love for us made them swallow all
our trifles like Dr. Brandreth's celebrated vege
table pills—this to be considered an advertisement
of Messrs. Nixon, Cressler, Spangler and Miller,
and fp be charged for accordingly. Our head
throbs from the firing of cannon in honor of Me-
Clellanifor every explosion we heard reminded
us of the Stuart raid, when the young Napoleon
' was lying near by in the lap of Maryland, oblivi
ous of his mother's troubles. We enjoyed a short
political confab with the conductor of a s'treet car,
on the nomination. He expressed himself grati
fied, we the contrary. In the course of the con
versation we suggested that Pennsylvania had felt
the war more than New York, adding that we,
personally, had lost our all by the _burning of
C—g. "Did you," said he, "I'm sorry for
it, but damn the Black Republicans, they'd burn
anything !" This extraordinary turn to our talk,
evincing the felhivv's appreciation of the circum
stances, silenced us completely, and we resolved
not to say Chambensburg again here, if we could
Do you know that Mr. Newell, of Philadelphia,
has taken some very excellent photographs of the
ruins of C., large and small, and ter the stereo
scope. Every citizen is the town should have a
set, for these pictures will become; indeed are,
historical. A gentleman of Philadelphia engaged
Ifr:Newell to take four views especially for him
self, from the interest he took iu the old plaCe. If
a non-resident has shown such an interest in our
town, rarely we who have lived and suffered there
should procure a set, especially when we can get
them at one-tenth the expense.
We were asked to-day whether C. was not on
the Potomac, and answered "Unhesitatingly in the
affii'mktive. We dreamed last night that we were
at a concert in the old Public Hall, and felt very
' sad npomawaking to find it a dream. We closed
oar eyes, taid attempted to lire over again the
many happy hours we bad spent there. One ex
hibition after another was re-called; school enter
'taiuments, concerts, private theatricals, old folks'
concerts, fairs, public lectures and political meet
ings. The stage and the seats looked natural, but
there wino sickly look upon the faces of the au
dience, while here and there we could see an oc
casional butternut. When the performance was
over, made up of all we had ever seen the:re be
lore, we regained the street, and gazed upon the
building in all its integrity of bricks and. mortar,
and saw ome_more the law offices, billiard ready).
hat store, liquor stoic, restaurant, Odd Fellows' i
rooms, etc.—ail gone!
, Morning in New York. - What a brisk, lively
time it is when the weather is bright and crisp as
it now is., Every uhe walks with a spring, snuf
fing up the cool breeze from the ocean as though
it were a choice boquet, and not redolent of rotten
oysters and decayed cod fish.
We enjoyed a car collision the other night. We
were riding down Chatham St. hill, full trot, and
were stop'd suddenly by some obstruction in front
with our platform athwart a track that crossed us
at right angles. Another car was in the act of
passing, expecting us to clear the track in time.
The consequence was, - it took our platform bim.
Now we happened to be on that same platform,
- and we felt ourselves flying over a four-story house,
about thirty feet off. The wemeu screamed,: and
the driver swore fearfully, while we remembered
to have seen somewhere a notice to the effect that
"passengers are not allowed to stand on the plat
form." We now ask the "Astor House and
Harlem Railroad," why they let passengers break
their rules 1 our nerves have been so shattered by
the accident that we , must close.
VvrENSE UNION GATIIERLNG-COFFIIOTH
A SNARL—One of the largest political gather
ings of the kind ev6. held In,Chamberaburg, met
sit Brown's Hotel on Tueiday evening of last
week, to hear Gen. Wrn. H. Koontz, the Union
candidate for Congress. Col. Stumbaugh presi
ded, and the Fayetteville Band discoursed choice
music adapted to the occasion. Probably two
hundred soldiers werepresent, and manifested the
Evilest interest in the proceedings. The Key
stone Battery marched into the meeting in col
umn, with a Lincoln and Johilson banner, prom
ising MO votes for the Union candidates: • They
stood in line and preserved the best of order du
ring the whole meeting. After the organization
tion had been completed, Gen. Koontz was intro
duced, and was received with hearty cheers. He
spoke for over an hour, discussing the great issues
in a most candid, earnest and eloquent manner,
and elicited the warmest commendations of his
friends, and expressions of respect even from his
political foes. He exposed in a masterly manner
the treachery of the Democratic leaders in at
tempting to mislead the people from the interests
of the government by a Peace platform and a
quasi War Candidate. His review of Gen. Mc-
Clellan's position was in the highest degree cred
itable and entirely unanswerable. He indulged
in no personal abuse—no low assaults; but stated
his positions with the utmost candor, and eluci
dated them with clearness and force. Bring a
stranger to most of his audience, he surpassed all
expectations as a stumper and'cogent reasoner,
and left the Union men most enthusiastic in his
support and proud of their standard-beater. We
cannot pretend to give even a synopsis of his re
After be had concluded, Mr. M'Clure was called
for, and be responded in a •few pointed allusions
to the congressional record of Gen. Coffroth, the
competitor of Gen. Koontz. He stated that the
otiose of Congress was the most important posi
tion to be filled at the October election, and urged
the people to elect Gen.- Koontz because be would
vote for every measure necessary to sustain our
armies in the field; to pay our brave soldiers; to
fill up theit ranks, and to maintain the cretlit•of
the government. He stated that against Gen.
Coffroth personally he had nothing to say; but of
his official record he must speak. He said that
Gen. Cof f roth had serer voted for any measure to
fill up the rash: of our armies or to raise means to
pay them; and said the speaker, I make the state=
ment knowing that I am in the presence and within
the hearing of Gen. Coffroth himself. Gen. Cot:
froth at once stepped up to the outer edge of the
crowd, and said—" Col. M'Clure, I wish to say"
that I voted for every appropriation ever asked.
for to sustain the armies-1j never voted as you
have stated." Cries of "turn him out," &c. 4
were heard from, all parts of the meeting, as it
was not known that Gen. Coffroth was there; but
Mr. M'Clure at once said that if he had misrep
resented Gen. coffroth he had'a right to correct
him, and let hint be heard orderly. He said it
waa true that Gen. Cottroth had voted for all ap
propriatimey asked-for to pay the soldiers; but
you have read that— -
"0111 mother Hubbard
Went to, the cupboard
To get the poor dog a bone; •
But when ehe went there
The cupboard wag bare,
And so the poor dog got none I"
Gen. Coffroth took good care that no bone for
the Soldiers should get into the cupboard by his
vote, and then generously invited them to take all
that was therA. When the government wanted
revenue to pay the soldiers, who were four
months ithout their wages, Congress was ap
pealed t for a revenue to enable them to be paid,
and to stain the government credit. Against
' this measure—the only one by which the meals
could btprOcured to pay our soldiers—Gen. Cof
_ froth led at every stage of the proceedings.- Does
lie t 7 Gen. Coffroth did not answer, apil
the vast meefinteheered most heartily and calla
_ for pia answer; but none come. .31r. IrChire .
theoaid' he had charged that Gen. Cofroth voted
steadily against every measure designed to fill. up
ouwahattered_armies so that they might give tri
umph. to their holy cause. The draft was first
urged by Gen. Ill'Clellan as the only means to fill
up our armies, and when the conscription bill was
before Congress and conceded on all sides to be
the only means of saving our brave - defenders
from utter defeat, Gen. Coffroth voted against
it at every stage, and he never voted for any
measure calculated to put a single soldier im the
field., - .He then came home and rated against the
right of the soldiers to vote at the nrrt electimi !
Dues Gen. Coffroth deny the truth of this state-
Ment 1 The speaker , paused, but the valiant Gen
eral had no answer to make, and his signal dis
comfiture, provoked by his own folly, was hailed
with the wildest enthusiasm. His opposition to
the armies and their sacred cause was thorough l y
exposed, and he could not dispute his own record
He left that meeting certainly a sadder, and
possibly a wiser man. The meeting adjourned
with cheers for the ticket, for the speakers; fur
the Keystone Battery, for the band, for the Lininh
and for the Old Flag.
THE DRAFC.—Capt. Eyster drafted on Mon
day for Fulton county, and - will draft to-day for
Bedford. He makes the draft only where there
no ProPeifort Made to - fill the quotas, and
that requirkl a draft in all of Fulton county but
Mceonuellsburg. Bedford will be drafted for all
the sub.districta but Broad Top, Liberty, Bedford
and Bloody Run boroughs. Adams will, we learn,
have fewer districts drafted than any county in
the district. Franklin will probably lid , dratted
in Metal, Fannett, Lurgan and Warren, as they
have not yet made any systematic effort to put in
volunteers. Antrim, Montgomery and several
e i ther districts are not yet quite full, but they are
certain to fill their quotas in . a few days. We
give the list of Men drafted in Fulton:
Ayr Torcoskip.'.."--Jacob Sowers, Henry Washabaugh,
John Butstield, Aitam Lauver, Geo Pittman (of A), Abra
ham Vaneleve, Join! Sowers, Jr., Samuel roger, Jamb
Glen; Philip 13achtell, Wm Jones Jr, Wm Taller, Moses
Peck, David Harr, Moses Kirk, John Cooper, John Fox,
John Gordon, Jacob Carbough (of Jacob), Samuel Faren
burg, Jacob Miller, J W Robinson, Michael Leman. David
Goodman, James Glenn, Geo Ott. Jacob Fox, Christian
Butterhaugh, Asbury Pim, Jciseph Unger, Daniel Comet-n,
Andrew Glenn, John Harr (of &al), Jonathan Richards,
Samuel Everts, David Fulton, John J Gordon, Jacob
Fritz, John Nelson Jr, A J Craig, Thos Humbert, Berda=
min Stouffer. John Staily, George Cooper. 1/aril Pittman,
Belfast talertthip.—Ben) Former, Henry L Hill, Robert
Lipe, Abraham M:Peek, Amos Fisher. bavid Mellott (of
Ben)), Peter Peck (of H Geo M Truax, Isaac Everts,
Harvey - Oreavey, David Peck. Jacob Garland, Jeremiah
Mellott. Geo Hess, Than T Mellott, 3loses Garland, Thos
Clark, Denis-Waltz, Joseph Mellott, Wm Everts, James
W Dishong, Conrad Peck John Everts, Jacob Smith, Geo
Smith Phenias Renyon, Daniel Lake, David Evans.
Babel tenon iR.-I.lenj Fisher. David Smith, Emanuel
Smith, Win W right, • Geo Bishop, Silas Smith, Andrew
Ginger, John ungls . Daniel Smith, Harrison Richardson,
John HH. Le 's. John English, Abner Lainhart, Chris
tian Whisler, Batten Diehl, Jacob Harmon, John J. Pal
mer, John Daring, Wm Coon, Abner Hart, Lemuel 1' Kirk,
Win Flowers, Jonas Illoopenguniner, Peter Bernhard,
Lloyd Barnes, Abner 3lellott, Denton Booth, Joseph Bern
hard. Daniel Rhincr, Richard Smith, John Fitzgerald,
Beni Bedford, John Rhea, Isaac Hull, John Hooper, Na
than Winters, Edward II BoverrJohn G Charlton, Wm
B Lake Thos Hag hen. Geotuck. Morgan Mann, Wm
3I 'Kor", Isaac Morris, Wm Bis op. Harrison 3•1 Carl, Lem
Garland, Win M'Ketvey, Was H Ilipsley, Morgan Burton,
Robert A Kum., Wm Purnell. Wm P Gordon, Isaac Ro
binson, Otho Barnhart!. Jos Hoopengardner, Henry Bar
ton, Wm Smith, Geo Hiles, Jonathan Boor. John II Fish
it. Ezra Solo)', Wm Decker, John Hamilton, Job Mellott,
yin M Crothers, Job Hart, John Beatty, Henry Gunnels,
lalsi Smith, John J Brown, Caleb Hixon.
Bros* Creek Township.—George Garland, William A
:Sprout, Frederick Mowery, Wm H Akers, Wesley M.
Akers, Jas Pittman, Joseph R Sprout, Nathan B Ilia..
rhilip T Doyle, Moses MeDaniels, Oliver Forney, Jacob
Foster, John H Akers, imbue C Akers. Michael Insane,
John Peck, Jezabed Lodge, Jacob M. Rohn, Jos It Four,
Dublin Township.—Jahn Snyder. Michael L Wilt, Con
rad Ort, George Richardson. Isaac Houk, George M'Coy,
David Valiance, Sarni Willson, Jacob Wible, Nathaniel
D Kelly, Abraliam,Armialter, Adam Long, William J
McFarland. Geonraigarahall, Daniel Carrick, Joiibph H
Hunter, George Kuhli. John D Kline, Andrew Camerer,
David Miller, Win Butts, John 31 Fields, James NV Wal
lace, Belly Coulter.
Licking Crock Terionship.—Fredrick Brant, Dahmer
Barton, Daniel H Schooley. Morgan Dishong, Jackson
Strait, Jno Patterson, Abraham Dishong, Baltizer Decker.
George W Mellott, John L Mitchell. Dennis Hess, Wm H
Mellott, Gee W Schooley, Emanuel Mellott, Jonas Truax.
Dennis Hart. Riley- T Sipes. Hamilton Metzler. Michael
Mellottt, David Stevens, Martin Tice, Nelson J Sipes, Mor
rie Kline, Daniel H Truax, Dennis Pittman. Sam'l Sipes,
John B 1) Kline. Dennis B Sipes, Matthew Mellott.
Taylor Township.—Peter Gordon, Wm Lamberson, Jno
H Laidig., Wm Miller, Nathan Barnet. Geo S Newman,
G. Anderson, John P Miller. Benj Bolinger, Septimun
Anderson, Emanuel Sipe. Wilson Bergstrester, Jacob
Witter, Wm 1' Frehn. James Donal, Daniel A Bomber
s.. N R Mousey. J A Black, Denton 1) Gimbel], Rohr
J Fields. Daniel Witter. John Shari. Saint G Gladfelter.
And J Dunlap, John Manusbergen David Corbin, David
Heffner, Andrew Black. Geo W F Woodcock, Addison
Lee, Geo W Newman. Win Henry. Jesse A Deaver. Jno
Thompson Township.—Philander Smith. John L Von
ker, Martin Bishop, Ambrose Clem. John Keefer, John
Johnston, John N Griffin. Samuel Baker. Jonathan B
Snider, Denton Peek, Jackson Henry, Levi Keefer. Na
thaniel H Evans. Jonathan Richard, Abner Hese, Isaac F
Covell. Henry K Brewer, John Traxel George Trumpour,
Daniel Gunels, Joseph Akelberry. Richmond Litton. Da
vid Gordon. Daniel Co -alt, Eli Covalt. Adam Gregory,
George Ilmkeall, Ezra Pittman, Samuel Morgret, John
Tali Township —Nieboln.sint, Riley Wagoner. Adam
Meyer James Cowen. James T Connelly, Charles Raker.
James Wright, Daniel Fou. James Cooper, Jesse Bucker,
Geo 31 Ott, Daniel Ott, Andrew J Baker, Daniel Fix,
David Allan, Wm Polk, Oliver Dunkle Fred'k Peffer,
John E Remmel, Rev Thin Still.
J 3 tA+ Torrnship.—Gporge Whitehill, Jehu Edwards,
Joseph Bridenstine. Harry Wisluirt. Samuel Willet, John
Earley, Jacob Foreman. Geo H rosier, Walter Wood-
cock, WM Cornelius. Robert Bowls. James Ramsey, Jaa
H Way, C E Moon, John LOOllllll, Jam Wishart, Benjamin
Cornelius, John G Long, William Cunningham, Michael
Blankney. Jeremiah W Goodwin. John W Duranl, Wm
H Moore, Ja•ob Imoknol, .Jonathen Horton, Ezekiel NV
SAMUEL W. DOSNLNG, alias John W. Ball,
was executed at Alexandria on the 16th inst., for
desertion. He was a bounty jumper of the most
improved pattern, and received no less than sev
enteen bounties and deserted each time. Among
the bounties received by him was one paid by
Greencastle in 1863.
THE sale of the valuable real estate of Daniel
Monn, dee'd, will take place at 10 o'clock on the
days named. By an overnight the hour in not
named in the advertisement, *bleb will be found'
on the first page of to-day's paper.
BROWN'S BRONCHIAL TROCHES are offered
with the fullest confidence In their efficacy ; they have
been thoroughly tested, and - maintain the good reputation
they have justly acqtared. For Military Officers and
those who often over-tar the voice, they are rueful in re
lieving an Imtated Throat, and will render articulation
easy. To the soldier exposed to sudden changes in the
weather they will give prompt relief in Coughs and Colds,
and can be carried in the pocket Lobe taken as occasion re.
M'Clellan says that Ile would use every means
known to diplomhey to terminate the war peace
fully at once, but on no account would acknowl
edge more than one government in the Union.
The rebels constantly declare that they are de
termined on independence, and will listen to no
terms of peace unless they are based on that. -
M'Clellan says that in case of the failure of
such negociations, he would continue the war.
The Administration, having ascertained the
condition of things long ago to be precisely as Mc-
Clellan would find it after wasting months in ne
gotiation, goes on with the war.
M'Clellan says that the war should be prosecu
ted solely for the restoration of the Union, and
that it should be the only condition of peace._
The rebels say that they would sooner surren
der their slaves than-give up their independent
confederacy; hence in trying to change the war
to a contest for the Union with slavery M'Clellan
struggles for as impossibility..
.M'Clellan offers to guarantee State rights to the
rebel States if they will return to their allegiance.
But the rebel States have less rights under Jeff.
Davis than they ever had with us, and so M'Clel
lan wants a Union in which these slave oligarchs
would have more power than they ask for or ever
Thus M'Clellan offers a negociation which would
be fruitless, to avoid a war which is inevitable
and unavoidable; a restoration, of the Union on
impracticable terms; the preservation of slavery,
which even the rebels do not hope for; State
rights, which the rebel States bare cast off and
repudiated; and all merely to enable the Demo
cratic party to regain power.—North American.
BETZ—FOUST.—On the 13th inst., at the Lutheran
Parsonage, in Strasburg, by the Rev. M. Snyder, Mr.
Henry beta, of St. Thomas township, to Mn. Margaretta
Vomit, of Letterkenny township.
11ASSLER-11.1LLER.—On the 15111 last, at the house
of John Thompson. Esq., In Loudon, by the Rev. R. P.
Thomas, Mr. William A. Hassler to Miss Latina
of St. Thomas.
831.1TH—WARNICK—On the 6th Inst., by the Rey.
W. A. West. Mr. John Smith to Miss Rebecca S. Wanilek,
both of the neighborhood of Spring Run.
FILSON.—On the M. d ult., in Spring Run, Mrs. Ann,
wife of Mr. Samuel C. Filson, agii.:l 57 years 2 mouths and
OAKB.--On the `2sth of August, 1264, in Chester, 111,
of Epidemic Dysentery•, Dr. Samuel Oaks, in the 52a1 year
of kin age. He was burn in Franklin county, and lived for
many years in Chambersburg, whore he studied his profei
riot. •He gvadaated at Jefferson Medical College. Phila
delphia. I knew him well—a fine physician, an honorable
man and a chest:bin gentleman—he was dear to all around
him. Courteous to his - medical brethren ; kind and even
tender to his patients, both phynicßuis and friends will feel
his has, lie ended his career in the hill hope of a blissful
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REPORT OF MARKETS.
' Cit MBERSIIVItIi, Sept. 20, 1064.
Flour—White 812 00 Putter 40
Plour—Red 11 50 Eggs 20
Wheat—White 2 25' Lard 20
Wheat—Red 2 t.'S•TILIiONT 14
Rte 1 40' Baron—Hams.
Com 1 so'llaron—Sltle, 18
Oats PO Soup Beans 2 00
Clover-Sewl ' 12 00 Washed W 001....... 00
Timothy Seed 7. . 450 rtwasheil Wool 40
Flaxseed .... ... .. 2 PO Pared Peaches 500
Potatoes—Mercer.,.. 150 Unpared Peaches... . 100
Potatoes—Pink Eyes 150 Dried Apples .... s. ... 200
PIIILAPELPIILA, Sept. 20, 1064.
Bread Stuffs are dull and prices are drooping, and there
is very little doing. The export demand for Phew is ex
tremely limited and only-1,500 hbla sold at $ll 50 for ex
tra and $l2 for extra family. The receipts and stocks are
verflight. Rye Flour is steady at $lO 255110 50 and
Corn Meal is scarce at $7 50. Wheat is dell and prices
drooping. Small sales of red at $2 4572 , 2 55 fur old and
new red, and $2 755152 PS for white. Rye comes in slowly
and sells at $1 50. Cora Is dull, andyellow sells slowly
at $1 71. Oats are In ha request at 290 cts. for new,
and 995195 eta for old. Whiskey is dull at $154511 55.
JOB PRINTING in every style done at
the &Bee of the Foroaux: REetetrrottr.
T Y MAN S. CLARKE, ArroasEr AT
1.4 LAW, Chambernburg. Office (at the old - plaee.)on
Market Street. nearly opposite the Court Home. [ser2l.6m
TO PRINTER S.—Wanted a good
JOETINEYMAN PRINTER in a neighboring roan.
ty. Good wages and steady employment. Apply at this
FOR SALE:—A good STEAM ENGINE,
six horse power in good condition. Can be ..11 by
calling at T. B. Wood's Foundry.
sep`2l-tf JACOB OARVER.
N' TOT ICE.—The undersigned having lost
11 by the Rebel burning of Chambersburg, a Certiecate
of Scholarship (for five years) in Dickinson College, ap
plication will be made fut the renewal of the male.
sepf2l.3t D. B. KIRBY.
LOST OR DESTROYED.—The follow
ing Policies issued by the Penn Mutual Life Insurance
Company of Philadelphia, to wit: Nos. 5145 and 5175 to
Alex. K. Weletre. Notice is hereby given that applies.
Hun haw been made to the mid company for the issue of
Duplicates of said Policies sep2l-6t•
IOTICE —All-persons indebted to A. J.
Whits by note or Book Account will confer a favor
by calling and settling their accounts without delay. His
books are all that be has saved out of the great fire.
septll J WHITE,
atone Banal* 2 doom north of the Pout 011iorr.
WILL BE SOLD AT PUBLIC SALE,
on Saturday, September 24a t, at 10 erinek, A. OL,
the RESIDENCE OF THE LATE JAMES S. ROSS,
Esq., situated on Queen street. Persons wishing to pur
chase are incited to call and examine said property.
sep2l-1H J. IL RENFREW.
840 REWARD.—A man named Geo.
Wallaee borrowed from the subriber, on
the 12th.inst.,, a SORREL COLT, three years old, both
front and left hind foot white, and has a scar on left front
foot. Neither having since been heard from, a reward of
340 will be paid for,the return of the Colt and Saddle.'
Lipton, Franklin county, Pa.
ORSE STOLEN-$3O REWARD.-
Was itulen from a field on the farm of Mr. Henry
Fouke, on the toad leading (ruin Hagerstown to the Dived
Fording, on the night ufthn 11th lust., a SORREL MARE,
about 13 hands high, with a star un her forehead, white
hind feet running to the pasture joint, and branded with
the letter F under the mane. A reward ,„of THIRTY
DOLLARS will be fold fur the reeave7 of the Mare by
sepdl•lt• HENRY STRITE, Hagerstown, Md.
COME TO THE MARKET HOUSE.
IL.) • HATS. CAPS, BOOTS, SHOES.
W. W. PAXTON has Just opened a tine assortment of
MATS, CAPS, BOOTS and SHOES, at his new Store in
the Market House, where "hecan tarnish all articles In his
line, cheap for cook Some goods are sold at old prices.
A fine assortment of CANES, UMBRELLAS, CAR.
PET BAGS, VALISES, &c.., &c., constantly on hand.
Call and examine our large stock of goods. "
sepel W. W. PAXTON.
VALUABLE LIMESTONE FARM FOR
SALE.—The undersigned offers at Private Sale, a
valuable Limestone Farm, situated about two miles south
of Chambersburg and I mile from-the Waynesboro' road,
adjoining lands of Michael-Lecher and Win. Vanderow,mas
taining 133 ACRES, of Limestone Land, under good cul
tivation. About 110 Acres cleared and the bailments well
Timbered. The improvements consist of a two-storied
LUU WEATHERBOARDED DWELLING, Wash
House, Serbia Barn, Wagon Shed, Carriage House and all
necessary out buildings. There lo a Well of never falling
- Water near the dwelling, sufficient for watering Meek.—
nhere is an ORCHARD of choice fruit on the premises.
Persons wishing to view the property can do no by calling
at the Farm. [sep7.l.tfj SAMUEL }IUTT.
LETTERS REMAINING UNCLAIMED
in the . .. Kart Office at ChambersbnreState of Penn.
sylvania Sept. 20, 1864.
1...V"T0 obtain any of these Letter*, toe applicant mast
call fur "advertised Letters," give the date of this list, and
pay one cent fur advertising,
Amberson Mrs MA 'Prick George
Ayer Jacob 'Grey Miss E
Attick Martin Gips= Wm;
Burgenstock Hen Gillen AilasSinfrgi e •
Baxter Richard Henderson Dr J
Bell Mrs B K Hoffman Gideon
Berket John iHolvey MissHariet
Blandfunl Miss N Jones Prank
Baer Mr Sand Jennings Jae Z
Booth Mrs Jane 'King Chariest'
Brook Wm 17, King Geo W
Bowers S A iKrutdc Joseph 'l'
forked Martin If, "(odd* Mrs Fanny,
Candy Mrs Cath.l Lomas W 8
Crider Miss A' bi 2 McGrew Alex
Crider Miss A E IMcLaughlin nos
Darks George MeClocken The
Miller Mn Marra.
Mee -Wing Lana .
Miller John Peter
Myers W R
Etter Miss 3( H 2
Fort Sergt Allen T
Frock Mii■e Emma
tbe franklin Utpositarg, tbambersburg,L pa. fr,';
TRUSTEE'S SALE—There will be sold
at Public Sale, by the undersigned, on the puenile 6 ,•
in the Borough of Chambersburg, ea Thsreds7, the 6th of
October, 1664, the following Heal Estate, viz: The undi
vided half of a LOT OF GROUND, bounded by Water
street east. by Pitt street South, by lute of Peter Greigh
boom and Hannah Wldsler west, having thereon a one
and a-half story DWELLING HOUSE. Terms, CASH.
S. 8. SHRTOCK,
sep2ll Trustee of Geo. Flory, deed.
A ITDITOR'S NOTICE.—Thit under
signed, Auditor appointed by the Orphans' Court of
,Franklin county to distribute the balance In the hands of
Jac& Lesher, Administrator of Alberni Belt, late of An.
trim township, deed, to and among the persons legally
entitled to receive the same, will meet all parties Interest.
ad at his office, hi the borough of Greencastle,' on Satur
day, October 15, for the purposes of said audit. .
sept2l D. WATSON ROWE, Auditor.
AIIDI'rOR'S NOTICE.—The' under
signed would give notice that having been appointed
Auditor by the Orphans' Court of Franklin county, to dis
tribute the:balance in the bands of Robert J. Boyd, Ad
ministrator of Mary Jane Walker, dec'd, to andamong the
heirs of said deemuted, will attend to the duties of Ads ap.
-pfintureut at the Store of Cook 1 Boyd, at Upton, ow
Thursday, the BRA of October am:, at which time add
place all persons interested are notified twappear.
sep2l GEO. COOK, Auditor-
TIN, COPPER AND BRASS WARE,
TEN AND IRON ROOFING AND SPOUTING,
and dealers in all kinds of
STOVES FOR WOOD OR COAL,
and all articles belonging . to their business, would respect
fully inform the citizens of Chamberiburg and vicinity that
they are now In full operation and are prepared to supply
the beg articles on the most reasonable terms.
REPAIRING done on short notice, with best materild
and at low rotes,
Highest cash prices paid for old Iron, Copper, Brass,
Pewter and Lead. serCl
TURNED UP AGAIN.-LI would re
speetfully inform my friends und customers, that I
have again opened, on the Corner of Second and Waaiting.
ton Streets, nearly opposite the late residence of Judge
NM, where you will And a good assortment of 800113
and SHOES, TRUNKS, CARPET BAGS,' &c.„l My
stock Is entirely new, as my old stock was entirely consu
med by the late fire, which I =disposed to sell as low as
the market affords.
I would request all (who have not been burnt out) to call
and settle their Old Accounts, as I need money. By so
doing you will confer a great favor and enable Ole to go
on in my business. (seplil•3mj ISAAC HUTTON%
My LOT on Main street, known Ile the Berlin property,
will be sold at Privafe Sale. I. H.
NEW AND 01-IEAP STORE.—The un
dersigned has just opened at his old stand, to
KritaatlLll6, a new and splendid snack of Staple and For
eign DRY GOODS, comprising almost every article suit•
able to the market; GROCERIES, QUEENSWARE,
BOOTS AND SHOES, DRIICIS AND MEDICINES,
and all articles usually kept in a first-clan Store. He is
determined to sell goods very CHEAP FOR CASH OR COL'S.
TRY PRODUCE, such as Clover Seed, Timothy Seed, Flag
Seed, Bacon, Lard, Tallow, Soap, du. Lumber, such as
Logs, Pine Boards, Shlegiesand LoeustPosts will be taken
IS exchange for Goods at Chambersburg prices.
LUMBER FOR SALE.—He has an assortment of all
kinds of Lumber constantly on hand, for sale cheap. •
sep2l-am PHILIP KARPER.
JAS. 8. BUTLER.
HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE.—The"
undersigned, residing in St. Thomas, offers at Pri
vate Sale, a two-storied WEATHERBOARDED HOUSE
intended for two families. There is a .Log Stable, Corn
Crib and other necessary out•bulldings on the premises,
with a Well of good Water in the yard, and excellent
Fruit on each Lot. There is also adjoining the residence
a one and a.half story WEATHERBOARDED HOUSE,
at present used as a Tinner Shop, and is an excellent situ
ation for business of this kind or for any other mechanical
purpose. Persons wishing to view the property can do so
by calling at the residence.- - If the above propertYls not
sold by the Sot of Oaober next, it will the, be offered at
Public Sale, at 10 o'clock on said day. "
QORGHO `SYRUP.—The undersigned
having distributed large quantities of seedllast spring
for the purpose of encouraging more extensive planting in
our respective districts, so as to warrens the expense of
procuring Improved machinery necessary for the manufac
ture of syrup on a more extensive wale, we 'would now
say in reply to the numerous inquiries of our friends, that
we have now nearly completed our steam works and will
be ready to commence operations in a few' days. (The
terms and condition of manufacture were made known when
the seed was distributed, one third of the product, or one
third the retail price of the Syrup.) All parties who!are in•
rerested are invited to give us a cult.
B. L, RYDER, 3finaufacturer,
at the West Franklin Niusenes. near London, on the Lou. -
don and Cove Gap Raad." _
DANIEL STOUFFER & SONS.
at Stoufferstown, 1 mile east of Chambersbarg, on the Nil
timore Turnpike. (s.eP2/
PUBLIC SALE OF VALUALE REAL
ESTATE.—The undersigned Intending to remove
West. will sell at Public Sale, on the premises, in Guilford
township, Franklin, county, about 1 mils North of Marion,
five miles South of Chantbersburg% and one•fourlh of a
mile from the Franklin Railroad, a VALUABLE FARM.
containing ask ACRES of well•improved LIMESTONE
LAND, of which about 8 Acres are well Timbered, ad
joining lands of Samuel Frederick and others. The im
provements are a large two-storied BRICK DWELLING
HOUSE with Bock Building'. a One and a half storied
STONE TENANT HOUSE, with Br...meld, a Stone
Spring Muse, earilage Bonze, a new Bank Barn, and all
other necessary out•buildmgs, all in good repair. There
is a Spring of never•haling Water near the buildings, and
an excellent Orchard of good Fruit on the farm.
Sale to commence at 1 o'clock, P. M., on said day, when
the conditzons'uf sale will be made known. -
sej:Ql-ts. DAVID 14Rr
UNION LIBERTY AN
NO HUMILIATING ARMISTICE WITH TRAITORS .
A VIGOROUS SUPPORT OF THE ARMIES AND
The People of Franklin County are respectfully invited
to attend public meetings at the following named places i'
Fayetteville, Monday evening Sept. 26
St. Thomas, Tuesday " ' 27
Loudon, Wednesday " " 26
Fannettsburg Thursday " " 29
Dry Ran Friday . " 30
Sulphur Spring, (Culbertson s) Saturday afternoon
at 2 o'clock Oct, 1
Roxbury., Saturday evening " 1
Orrstown, Monday " 3
Funkstown, Tuesday " " 4
Welsh Run, Bowles Store, Wednesday evening... ' " I
Waynesboro, Th orsday evening . " 6
Greencastle, Friday " 7
Mercersburg, Saturday " " 8
Greenwood. " " ' " 8
Quincy; Monday • " 10.
Metors. Stambaugh, M'Clure, sill, Stewart, Clarke.
Hammen, Fred. Henninger, C. Eyster, 73onobtske, J.
Henninger, Geo. Eyster, Everett, Rowe, B. 'Chambers,
Seilhamer. Strickler and other, will address the meetings.,
The People, without distinction of party, are earnestly
incited to attend.
11 miler of thel'nion County Committee,
sep2l T. JEFFEIDSON NILE, Chairman.
I J INDSEY'S BLOOD SEARCHER
K EN NE - 13Y' MEDICAL DISCOVERY
H OSTE 1P ' S BITTERS
HOOF LAND' GERMAN
H ORSE AND CATTLE POWDERS
OAPS, PERFUMERY, HAIR. TOOTH
L. 7 Nan Rad Clothe. Him'hes, at SPANGLER'S.
PANGLER'S STORE, NEARLY OP
kJ 'posit* Dr, Reuseny's office. 14601
D E c HERT STIIj AHEAD!
• Pfoutz Mn R
Numason Mrs S A
:Shelmore Wm H
Shearer Mis Kato
I Seater Miu 0
Smith Miss Cath
;Smith Miss Ellen
;Smith Mrs H
Bmlth Miss L 2
Rioter Miss Ratty
IStair Mn Maria
Treyer Miss C R 2
Timmons W W
J. W. DRAG, P. M.
Clunheniburg, Sept 21, 1864.
HATS ANI,) CAPS,
J. L. DECIIERT
ban re•apeoed hie
HAT AND CAP STORE,
sod Is Dow prepared to aerie mandate
Ws old euatntnets and the puhllo pnerally
On Second Strut, North of Marictil',
ESTRAY.--Strayed from the farm, of
/rehire & Treat*, onthesliast„ a YOUNG COW,
with - a white face—rather poor. A Mend reward will be
paid fur her 'return. [erp2l-3t] DANIEL TEOCTLE.
MILLER'S DRUG. STOR:
'Robbed three times, and then turnt out is rather
severe, but never Erik die or give up the ship to our motto.
MILLER hiss resumed the DRUG BUSINESS next
door to BROWN'S Hum, near the Relic= HOUSE, where
he Will be happy to accommodate his 'old Mends and all
customers with a geoemltiSsortMent of
and such Wags as are usually kept In all Drug Stores. [E2I
HOUSE -AND LOT AT PUBLIC SALE.
The subscriber will offer at Public Sale, on Friday,
the 7th day of October nett, a one, acre Led of Ground, sit
uated near Quincy, on the road leading to Funkstown,
with a Twostory . DWELLING IrousE (Rough-caw
*kb Back-building attached, Log Tenant House; Barn
and Log Stable, Corn Crib; Granary , and Hog-pen. (all
under one roof and in complete eider) new Buggy Shed.
Smoke House, Bake Howe, and other necessary - buildings
thereon - erected. There are also two necerfarling Wells
of Water, with pumps in theta, one in the kitchen and one
at the hem. The entire lot Is covered.with the choked
Fruit Trees. ' such as apples, pears, peaches, plums, apri
cots, with grhpex , , etc., all of which are thrifty and in bear
'Fhe above Is known as the " Fyotk Property." It is
favorably,located fora mechanic or person wishing to lire
! Bale iio couuneace at' 1 o'clock on said day, when the
terms Will be made known by (5er21431 H. E. WERTZ.
Repository copy and send bill to this office for collec
TACOBS' TOBACCO AND CIGAR
01 .STORE.—Haring re.bullt My Tobacco and Cigar
Store on South Main street, (coinergt Washington a Hain
streets) two squares from the Diamond, I would insite all
to call and examine my stock, consisting of
Cringress, all kinds, - Cavendish, ' • ,
Twist, all kinds, Rime Twist, .
Flounder, Old 'Virginia,
Michigan Fine Cut, &c., &c.
PlantatiOn, - - -
- 8 SNOWS:
Scotch„ ' Coarse.
SMOKING: --- ' ,
Largo Hand. , .Mig Lick, , I
Cut and Dry, Danville, . 1
~ Lyneburg. ... Garnbaldi, ; _
• - James River, Grant,
, Miad, SlgeL
- J. A. JACOBS. -
1 • A. •
d. it . H.- M. ,W.ll I 7 E
_/..1. • ,
Have opened their
CLOTHING AND FURNISHING STORE 0
in the Stone Building, on Second Street, two doors
north of*. Post Odlos, and opposite
a good &mortal, a t of
and a general aisortment al
• GENT* FURNIB.IIaG 'I3OODS
Given a ealL
Two FA_RNIS FOR SALE.—The sub
scriber offers at Private Sale, the following valuable
Real Property, to wit A TRACT OF LAND. situate
In Hamilton township,. on the Warm Spring Road, about
31 miles from Chambersburg, -containing 200 ACRES.
more or less, of good Gravel Land, adjoining lands of John
Martin, Georg° Fisher and Christian Bimer. The improve.
meets area two-storied BRICK HOUSE, Brickand Frame
Bank Barn, Wagon Shed and Corn Crib, Carriage House
and other outthruldings. There is a Well 'of good Water
at _the Dwelling and Cisterns at Barn and-House.. About
j 1.5 or 30 Acres of the above tract is well set with thriving
young TIMBEIL There is a large young ORCHARD
013 the premises, -now in full bearing. A large Garden ad
joins the House. and contains 190 Dwarf Pear Trees, 36
Dwarf Apple Trees. aml 45 fine -bearing (choice variety)
Grapevines. There is alsoaTenant House, Stable, Black
smith Shop. Lime Kiln, Draw Kiln, &c, on this tract.
Also—Another TRACT OF LAND, situate in Harm
ilton township, odjoiningthe above, containing 194 ACRES'
more or less, same quality as first described tract, on which
L erecteda large two-atoned DWELLLNG HOUSE, part
Brick and part Log; Log and Frame Barn,. Carriage
House, Wagon Shed. Corn Crib, Hog Pro, &e. There
Re two Wells of good never-failing Water near the Owe/.
ling. There Is on thid tract an Orchard of Ap.
ple and Peach Trees, together with a variety of other
Fruit near the House. The Garden attached to the abut e
premises pontains about Si) Grape Vines, all thrifty and
productive. About 23 Acres of the above tract is Timber
Both of the above Farms are inn good state of cultiva•
Bon, havfng been limed twice within a few ymrs.
Also=About 14 ACRES OP MOVICTAIN
situated itt St.Thumast=township, about 2 miles from St.
Thotnas, in-ell set with young Chestnut.
If the above properties are not sold previous to the 14th
day of 04ober. they *ill on that day be °trend ut Public
Sale, on 414 e prembtes, at 1 o'clock, P. M.
sep2l.ls -- JACOB E. RUTT,
aULLFORD 'T O,W N S HIP BOUNTY
FlND.—Thelollowing is a statement of the Re
ceipts an Disbursements of the Guilford Tosemildp !loon
Bafance in hands of Treasurer ' 8 61 51
Ree'd tuna W. Beatty, (three, notes) 7,501) 00
Reed from J. Strickler, (one note) 3,000 00
Ree'd from Bank of Chambersbarg, (two notes) 17,300 00
Stampson notes.. ...13 12 501 H P Rankin.
t wo IlJeo P Roof..
pers. 33 &I TheorShank.
John Stewart, Esq., S IA Shields.
expenses. km 2.5 .00 , Jolla J Stuchall 500 00
Wm H Michael.... 500 001Janies E Slocum.... 500 00
M Humelside 5® 00 [lt M. Tlmm - pson .... 500 00
B F Sitters , 500 031Atch J Thomas 500 00
J K Simmers 500 00 1 M ("Woodward
I 500 00
AdarnpDcagler 500 00• Robert Walker 500 OiJ
Geo W Detrich.... .500 001 John S Neal ' 500 CO
John Christ 100 CO Adam (tuber - 500 00
- 5 A Stratton '..M 001 J H Rhodarme 500 00
Isaac Derringer MO 00, Mai Funkhouser . ... 500 00
John A Salient 500 00/Ell Stechley........ 500 IX
Isaac Baughman.... SOO 0018amnel Grey 500 00
Geo B Falter 500 00 Jacob Buturich 500 00
Wm H 8eck.....5.. NV 00'Z 'l' Sharp 500 CO
Geo 0 Goettinan.,... 500 001 Wm II Bastress 500 00
Geoßlekley 500 001Johnfiepham 500 00
Adam Nieklas 500 001 Sherman Bresett..:. MD, 00
Geo E HRITIIIIP .. : . 500 00 Henry Grady , 500 00
John Mellinger .... 500 00 1 1 Km Wagotter . SW 00
Richard Clark .- 500 00,Thos E Hands 94:k1 00
L S Fuller MX/ C.JIJoa R Philips - 5 1 :53 00
David Hunter 500 OCI•B Moran 500 (5)
Sam) A Lewell 500 GA Wm Herron , 500 oo
Wm A M'Henry.... 500 001 James R M'Curdy.. 500 00
Geo W Mentch sco oo 1 Publni Statement.. 12 30
John C Mills - SW Ciils .
851 Meats 'V 500 00 Tottil....
I.Balanceln handsof Treasurer. '
:The quota of the township is entirely hill, andahe bal.
lance can be applhal to liqutdation of notes.
sepal-le A. K. WCIXTRE, Treturer.
ROM TOE PRESS OF J. B.
PINCOTT & CO.—Jut pnbllshed
IL HILLARD'S LIFE Op MeCLELLAN.—LIfe and
Campaigns of George H. McClellan, Major Gen. G. S.
Army. BY G. S. HILLARD. Elmo., with Portrait on
B:teel. Price 01.50.
I A thorhughly biographical and histotimg work, giving
ab account of the early education of General McClellan—
hls career at West Point-his services in the Mexican war
missioli to the Crimea, and subsequent retirement
frbm the army—his mappolatment in 1861—tbe campaign
14 Western Virginia—organisation of the Army of the
Pt•tomac—the Peninsular campaign of . lBM—the memora•
b P " Raven Da)•s' Battle"—his retirement from command
o the Army and hie reappointment—the battles of South
minter' and AntiPtam, and his final removaL •
PIIEFACE.—" The purpOse of this work In to exhibit
Oen. Meelellan's title to the irratitude•and admiration of
his countrymen, by simply teltmg them what he has done.
'I he treatment be has received has made it indeed [mere
airy sometimes to take the attitude of controversy, and to
assail others in order to do, him fustier.. Bat Xhls bee been
done'ne more thaw, the interests of truth required."
BOSTON, August, 1864. G. 81- H. •
• IL NEW WORK RY RODERI. II I/ALE OWEN.—
THE WRONG OF SLAVERY.—TI Right . of &nitre
cipation, and The 'Future of the Africa Race in the Ifni.
ted States.. By the HON. Nonatrr DAL* OWEN. In one
The general w•ope of this important work may be judg
ed by the following extracts from the author's preface
"My task has led me over-al:tit field, In bneflytwc•
Ing, from Its Inception IV this •hemisphere, the rise awl
progress of the great wring which still threatens the life
of the nation. I have foliiiwed the fortunes of a vast mat.
litude, equal In *other to the poPilation, loyal 'and die.
loyal, black and white, of these linited' States. I have
ekstched, by the light of authentic documents, the dismal
history of that • multitude through three centuries and a
hall; seeking out their representatives, and inquiring into
the numbers and condition of these at the present day. In
so doing I have arrived at 'cionclusion which, to those who
have never looked closely :into the subject, may seem too
marvellous for belief.
" Passing, then, from the story of the wrong to look Info
Its remedy, Ihave touched upon that inquiry in itsvarious
legal and constitutional .sports': as, the connection ores
very with the Constitution ; bow far that lastrument submits:
and how far it abstains from admitting, the extricate of
such a system; further, the character of what Is termed
slave property ; the right of emancipation In the Insurrec
tionary States; the right of emancipation in the loyal slave
States ; the Jurisdiction of the Supreme Court In the prem
ises; the effect of the President's Emancipation Prociamm
lion as well upon Maven within our lines as upon slaves
still in theenemy's hands; and the force of that Procla
mation both dunng war and after its conclusion.
"In the same connection I have treated of emancipa
tion as a great measure of natimmt policy, essential to the
preservation inviolate of the Constitution, Indispensable to
the re-establishment of peace, inseparable from the future
maintenance, north and south, of domestic tranquility.
" Finally, after having traced the connections of the two
races in the past, and set forth the duty of one race toward
the other In the present, I have sought to look forward and
inquire how they ace likely, when both shall be free, to live ,
together in the ratlike ; whether we shall have a race
among us unwilling or unable to support Itself; whether
admixture of the races, both being free, is probable or de
sirable ; whether, without admixture, the reciprocal social
influence of the races on each other promises good or evil,
what are the chances that a base 'melodic° of race shall
diminish and disappear; and lastly. whether, In case the
colored man shall outlive that prejudice, disgradeful to ns
and-depressing to hlm, and shall be clothed by law with
the same rights 1n search of which we sought this western
world, there will be anything in connection with his-figure
in these United States to excite regret or inspire
J. B. 'LIPPINCOTT & CO.,
Sold Sy S. S. SRItYOCE, Cbambersburg feep2l4lt
Whereas, In and by an Act of thiseenerel Assembly
of the Ccimmonwealth of Pennsykranita entitled- "An
nit relating to the Elections of this Commonwealth," pass
ed the 3d day of July, Anne Domini IREI, it is made the
duty of the Sheriff of every County within the Common
wealth to give public notice of the General Elections, and
in such notice to enumerate—
lst—The Officers to be elected.
9d—Designating the plates at which the election is to be
held. Therefore, :
I, SAMUEL BRARDT, High Sheriff of the County of
Franklin, de, hereby make known and give this PUBLIC
NOTICE to the Electors of the Conn of Franklin. that
ON THE TUESDAY OF OCT it, NEXT,(be-,
ing the 11th day of the month 4) a Gen Election will be
held'at the several Election Districts Wished bylaw
in said county, at which time they will rote by ballot for
the several oitleers &e.., hereinafter named. viz:
One person for President Judge for the SLyteeeuth Judi
cial District, composed of the Counties of Franklin, Ful
ton, Bedford and Somerset.
One person for Congress, to represent the tilh etrugres
sionallDistrict, of Pennsylvania, composed of the Counties
of Adams, Franklin, Fulton, Bedford and Somerset, in the
Congress of the United States-
Two persons for members of the House of Ftepresentie
lives of the general Assembly of Pennsylvania, to repre
sent the Counties of Franklin and perry in the Howe of
Representatives of the General Assembly of Pennsylvania.
One person to till the office of County Commissioner for
the County of Franklin.'
One person to till the °lce of Director of the Poet for
the County of Franklin.
ri. ? , n zlr ersoo to All the office of Auditor for the Cortuty of
Fr ? ‘ l i rereue to All the office of Coroner fur the County of
' The said Electioni will be held throughout the County
•At the Vourt }louse In the Borough of Chambersi3urg,
for the North Ward of eald Borough, tuutpart of Guilford
towhship. , .
At the House o[4. W. Taylor, for the South Ward of
said Borough. . 1
At the Public Howe of John Gordon, at the West , Point
of Chamberstarg Si the toiroship of Hamilton.
At the School Home to Fayetteville, for parte cif "the
townships of Guilford and Green.
At the Public House of Martin Shoemaker, in Grennsil
lage, Mr part of Cleelen township. - -
At thle Western School House, in thetowniif St. Thom
as, /or the township of St. Thomas. ,
At the. School House in the town of Fiumettsburg, for
the township of Metal,
Bnntty Side, dm.
At the House of John Harvey, for part of the township
At the School House, In the town of Concord, fair pert
Of the township of ?slants, amd.
At the new Stone School House in Morrowstown dis
trict, for the other part of Pannell township.
At the House now occupied by Geo. Anderson In the
village of Quincy, for the township of Quincy.
At the Western School House in Waynesboro, for the
township of Washington.
At the House of John 1L Adams in Greencastle, for An
trim and part of the townships of Peters and Mosagamery.
,At the School House, on the land Michael Cook *War
ren township, for the township of Warren.
At,the Strasburg School House, for the township efLet
At the House of James Mullen, in the town of Loudon,
for tart of the township of Peters.
' At the Log House on the farm of Jacob Elliot, for the
Welsh Run District being part of Montgomery township.
At the House of Thomas McAfee, in Mercersburg, for
parts 'Attie townships of Peters and Montgomery. ,
At the Mount Rock School House in Southampton town
ship for part of the township of Southampton.
At-the Eastern School House in Orestown, for the; other
part of Southampton township.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN—"That every per
son excepting Justices of the Peace, who shall hold any
office or appointment of profit or trust under the United
States of of this State, or a City or Incorporated District,
whether ,a commissioned officer or otherwise, who is or
shall be employed under the Legislative, Executive or
Judiciary Department of this State, or of the United States,
or of any Incorporated District, and EILSO, that every mem
ber of Congress and of the State Legislature, - and of the
Select or Common Council of any City, or Commissioner
of ant Incorporated District, is by law Incapable of hold
ing or exercising at the time, the office or appointment of
Judge inspector or Clerk of any election of this Common•
wealtp, and that no Judge, Inspectors or other officer of
such * election, shall be eligible to be then voted for!'
And the said Act of Assembly, entitled "An Act rela
ting to Elections of this Ceintmonwealth," passed July 3, ,
IK.S9, further provides, as follows, to wit:
That the inspectors and Judges shall meet at the res
pea. ve places appointed for holding the elections in the
District In which they may respectively belong, before
9 o'clock, on the morning of the lid Tuesday of October,
and each of sold inspectors shall appoint one Clerk who
shall be a qualified voter of such District
"In case the person who shall have received the second
highest number of votes for Inspector shall not attend on
the day of election, then the person :who shall hare re
ceived the second highest number of Votes for Judge at
the next preceeribig election, shall act as Inspector in his
place. And in case the person who has received the high
est number of votes for Inspector shall not Attend, the per
son elected Judge shall appoint an Inspector in his place,
and in case the person elected Jade shall not attend, then
the Inspector who received the highest number of votes
shall appoint a Judge in his place; and if any vacancy
shall continue in the boned for the space of one hour after
the time fixed by law Fur the opening of the election, the
qualified voters of the township, ward or district for which
arch offleer shrill hare been elected, present at the time of
election, shall el.'s one of their numberto till thevaoancy.":
Particular attention is directed to the Act of Assembly
passed the :7th day of February, 1849, entitled " An Act
relative to voting ut Elections in the CpiOnties of Adams,
litinphin, York, Lancaster, Franklin Cumberland, Bnid
fon' Centre, Greene and Erie,"
• r '' ¢ 1. -Be it enacted by the Senate and ll?u.se of Rep
reseututivos of the Commonwealth of Penrotylvania in
((ennui Assembly met, and it is hereby enacted by the
authority of the same, That It shall be lawful for the quell,
Ned voters of the Counties of Adams, Dauphin, Lancaster,
York, Pranklin,Cumberland,Bradford.Centre, Greene and
Erie, from and after the passage of this Act, to iote for
all candidates for the various offices to be filled at any elec
tion on one election on one slip or ticket t Provided, the
officer for which every candidate 6 voted for shall be des
ignated, as required by the existing laws of the Common
"§ 2. That any fraud committed by any person young ,
in the manner above prescribed, shall be punished as rim.
liar frauds are directed to be punished by the existing laws
of the Commonwealth."
For the information of the electors of Franklin county,
I!publish the following, being the Ith section of the Act of
the General Assembly of the session of 1851, entitled," An
Act to provide for the election of Judges of the' everal
Courts of this Commonwealth, and to regulate certain Ju—
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"§ 4, That the election for Judges shall be held and
conducted in the several election Distrcts in the genie-man
ner In all ,respects as election for Representatives are or
shall be conducted, and by the swat Judges, Inspectors
and officers, and by the provisions of the Act of the Gen
eral Assembly, entitled, " An Act relating to the election,
of this Commonwealth, approved the 51 day of July, 1e.49,
'and tag several supplements and all other- ike larva as far
as the same shall ho in force and applicable, shall bedeem
ed and taken to be the .election of Judges : Provided,
That the aforesaid electors shalt vote for Judges of the Su
preme Court on a separate piece of paper, and for all other
Judges required to be learned in the law on another septe
lute piece of paper.-
"It shall be the duty- of the several Assessors, respect
ively, to attend at the place of bolding every General.
Special, - or Township' election, diming the whole time said
election is kept open, for the pimpose of giving informa
tion to the Inspectors and Judge, when called on, in rela
tion to the right of any person assessed by them to vote at
such election, and on such other matters in relation to the
assessment of, voters as the said Inspectors, or either of
them, shall from time to time require.
"No person shall be permitted to vote at any election as
aforesaid, than a white freeman of the age of twenty-one
years or more, who shall have resided In the State ost least
one year, and in the election District where he offers to vote
at least ten days immediately proceeding such election, and
within two years have paid a State or Cdunty tax which
shall have been assessed at least ten days before the election.
But a citizen of the United States, whohas previously beer'
a qualified voter of State, and removed therefrom and
tertnrned, and who shall have resided In the eleellon -Dior
Mid and paid taxes aforesaid shall be entitled to votteafter
sodding in thin State six entnithe Provided, That the white
:freemen, citizens of the United States, between the ages of
twenty-one and twentytwo years, who have resided in the
! election District ten days as aforesaid, shall be entitled to
;vote, although they shall not have paid taxes.
"No person shall Ist , permitted to vote whose name Is not
contained in the list of taxable inhabitants tarnished by the
Commissioners, unless, First, he produces a receipt for pay
meet. within two years of a State or County tax, assessed
agreeably in the Constitution, and give satisfactory evidence
either on his oath or affirmation or the oath "or affirmation
of another, that he has paid such a tax, or in failure to
prOduee audio receipt, shall snake oath to the payment.
thereof; or, Second, if he claim a right to vote by being an
elector between the ages of 21 end 22 years, shall depose
on oath or affirmation, that he has resided In the' State at
least one year next' before application, and make his such
proof of residence in the District as is required by tide' Act,
and that he does verily believe, from the accounts even
him, that he is of the age aforesaid, and give such other
evidence as is required by this Act, whereupon the name
of the person so admitted to vote shall be Inserted In
the alphabetical last, , by the Inspector, and a note made
opposite thereto by writing the word "tax"' he shall
be admitted to vote by reason of having paid tax, or the
word "age" If he shall be admitted to vote by reason of
age, and in either case' the reason of such vote shall be
tailed out to the Clerks, who shall make the like note in the
list of voters kept by them.
"In all eases where the WMe of the person claiming to
vote is not found on the list furnished by the CoMmission
ers or Assessors, or his right to vote, whether found either
by verlsill proclamation thereto, or by any written thereon
or not, is objected to by any qualified citizen, it shall be the
duty of the inspector to examine such persons on oath as
to qualifications, and if he claims to have resided within
the State one year or more, his oath shall •be Sufficient
proof thereof, tint he shall make proof by at Iseult one wit
ness, who shall be a qualified elector, that he has resided
within the district for more than ten days next immediately
preceding said election, and shall also himself ' swear that
his Ilona fide residence, in pursuance of his lawful calling,
is within the Ilietriet, - and that he did not remove into the
add District far the purpose of voting therein,
" Evezy person qualified of
atoms:rid, and who shall
make due probe if required, of his residence and payment
of taxes, es aforesaid, anallheadmitted to vote in the town
ship, want, or district in which he shall reside.
- "If any person shall prevent or attempt to prevent an
officer of the election under this act from holding such elec•
Lion, or use or threaten any violence to any such officer, or
shall interrupt nr improperly interfere with hlm in the ex*•
eution of his duty, shall block or attempt to block up the
window or avenue to any window where the saute may be
holding, or shall use or practice any intimidatiose threats,
fume or violence, with the design to influence unduly, or
overaw, any elector, or to prevent him from voting, or to
retain the freedom of choice, such person on conviction shall
be filled in any onto not exceeding:eve hundred dollars and
to be impriermed for a time not less than one or more than
twelve months, and if it shall be shown to the court where
the trial of such offence shall be had, that the person so
offending was not a resident of the city, ward, district or
township where the said offence was committed; an l not
entitled to vote therein, then on conviction he shall be sen
tenced to pay a fine of not less than one hundred nor more
than one thousand dollars, and to be imprisoned not leas than
six months nor more than two years. -
"If any person or persons shall make any bej or wager
upon the result of any election within this Commonwealth,
or shall offer to make .arty such bet or wager, or printed.
sideertisement challenge or invite any person or persons to
make such beta: wager, span conviction thereof, he or they
shell forfeit three times the amount so offered to bet. •
"If tmyperson notby law qualilledalutll !redolently voteat
an eleetrou in this Commonwealth, or being otherwise qual
ified shall vote out of proper district, or if any person
- knowing the want Manch qualification shall alder procure
such person tovote, the person, on conviction, shall befitted
in any sum not exceeding two hundred dollars and be im•
prisoned for any term not exceeding three months.
"If any person Shall Tote at more than one election dis
trict, ototherriee frandultritly vote more than once on the
same day, or ehal3SraalnlenUp fold and deliver to the In•
vector twotiebets together, with the Intent illegally to vote,
or advine and procure another so to do, he or they shall, on
conviction, be dried in any mm not less than My =mare
than Ave hundred dollars, and be imprisoned not less than
three nor more than twelve months.
"If any person not qualided to vote in this Common.
wealth, agreeably to law, (except the eons of qualified cit
izens,) shall appear at any plebe of election for the purpose
of Issuing tickets or of Influencing the citizens qualified to
voteohe shall, on conviction, Welt and pay antsnar not
exceedlng one hundred dollars for every, such offence, and
be imprisoned for any time not exceeding twelvemonths."
Agreeably to the proviskwo of the Mit section of said act,
"Every General and :ecial Election Shall be apes be.
ticeee the hours of 8 and 10 to the forenoon, and shall coa.
tinue open until 7 o'clock in the evening, when the polls
'shall be closed."
Pursuant to the provisions contained in the 76th Perrino
of the ace first aforesaid, the Judges of the aforesaid distriete
shall respectively take charge of the certificates of return
of the election of their respecrive districts, and produee them
at a meeting of one Judge from each district, at the Bolo'
of Chambersburst, on the third day afteethe election, being
for the present year on Fr,ittay, Ike 14th day of October
nut, then and there to do and perform the deities required
by law of said Judges.
Also—That where a Judge by sickness or unavoidable
aecideot, Is unable to attend such meeting of Jud ges . then
the certificate of return aforesaid shall be taken charge. of
by one of the Inspectors or Clerks of the election of said
district, who shall do and perform the duties required of
said Judge unable to attend.
Given under my hand and seal at Clutiabersburg, this 7th
day of Sept., 1564.. SAMUEL BRANDT, Sheriff.
Sheriffs' OftWe, Cluunb'g, Sept- 7, 1661. (seeptle
UNITED STATES 7-30 LOAN.-
The Secretary of the Treasury gives notice that
submiptiorts will be received for Coupon Treasury Notes,
payable three years from Mtg. 15th, 1861, with semi-an.
mud interest at the rate of *even and three-tenths per MAL
per annum,—principal and interest both to be paid in law
These notes will be convertible at the option of the
holder at maturity, into six per cent. gold bearing bonds,
payable not less than eve nor more than twenty yearn
from their date, as the Govemmeiht may elect. They
will be issued in denominations of $5O, $lOO, $5OO, $l,OOO
and $5,000, and all subscriptions must be for fifty dollars
or iOlll6 multiple of fifty dollar!
The notes will be transmitted to the °interstice of trans
portation chargeias soon after the receipt' of the original
Certificates of Deposit Its they can be prepared.
As the notes draveinterert from August 15, persona ma•
king deposits subsequent to that date roust pay toe inter
est accrued from date of note to date of deposit.
Pardee depositing twenty thousand dollars and up
wards for these notes at any one time will be 'Dewed
commiesion of one-quarter of mopes cent., whit* will be
paid by the Treasury Department upon tie ceselpt of a
bill for the amount, certified so by the officer id% wheat
the deposit was made. No deduction forborne:demi= taut
be made been the deposits.
SPECIAL' ADVANTAGES OF TEM LOAN
V 11 i NATIONAL SALMNGS - RASX, ofikring a bights:
rate of interest than any other, sad the but :scarify. Any
savings bank which pays it, depositors In 17. 8- Notes,
considers that his paying in the 'best circulating medium
of the country, and it cannot pay In anything better, for
its own: assets are either in government securities ar In
notes or bonds payable in government paper.
It is equally 'convenient at a temporary or permanent
investment. The notes can always be bold for within •
fraction of their face and accumulated interest, and ans
the best security with beaks as collaterals for dienounta
Constable into a Six per cent 580 Gold Bond.
In addition to the very liberal Interest on the notes ax
three years, this privilege of conversion Is now worth
about three per cent. per =main, for the cunernt rate for
5.20 Bonds is not less thin alas percent. premium, and be•
fore the war the premium •on six per rent U.S. stocks
was over twenty per cent. It will be teen that the et;-
tual profit on this loan, at the present market rate, is not
less than ten per cent. per annum.
Its Exemption from State or Muaieipal Taxation.
Bat aside th:m all the advantage webers enumerated ,
a special Act of Congress =spit all kinds and Treastow
note fro. local , taxation. On the average, this erainp ,
tion is worth about two per cent. per annum, according to
the rate of taxation in Millis parts of the country.
• it is believed that no iermities offer so groat lodine.
menu to lender' as thaw homed by the government. Is
all otber_forrns of indebtedness, the Adth or ability of pri
vate parties, or stock coMpaales, or separate communities,
only, is pledge for payment, while the whole property of
the country' Ii held to secure the &clone of all the ob.
ligation oldie United States.
While the government_ offers the inert liberal terms for
its loans, it believes that the very strongest appeal will be
to the loyalty and patriotir of people . .
Duplicate certificates will be Issued for alt deposits.—
The party- depositing must endorse upon the original oer.
tiffcate the denomination of notes required, and whether
they are to be tuned in blank or payable to order. Whin
so endorsed , it must be left with the officer receiving the
deposit, to be forwarded to the Treasury Department.
SuuscerrnoNs WILL EE nscznitn by the Treasurer
oldie United States, at Washington, the several Andstaat
Treasurers and designed Depositories, and by the.
MIST NATIONAL BANE OF CARLISLE.
_ er the
MIST NATIONAL BANK OF GETTYSBURG,
.-- . ,
and by all National Banks which are depositaries of pub
lic money, and
ALL RESPECTABLE BANKS AND BANKERS
throughout the country will give further inhumation and
AFFORD EVERY FACILITY TO BUBSCRIBEaIiI.
NOTICE.—AII persona in the country
and town, who have sot been burst out In the late
are, and know themselves indebted, will please cell sad
make immediate settlement Heretofore we have sew
bad occasion to dun. Our customers always paid promptly.
But as our business has been suspended for a mouth, and
our stock entlrely lost, we have no w ay ‘ of meeting our
former liabibtien in the city but try requesting prompt set.
Bement frod all persons indebted.
augtil-at HUBER k. LEMASTER.
NOTlCE—Persons knowing themselves
indebted to no either by Note or Book seem:Let will
please call and settle the mina without delay. You trill
readily see the necessity of pmmpt compliance with tide
notice, in the fact that in the late disastrous firs our loss is
The Hooks and Notes can be found at our present place
of business, corner of Queen Street end Freakily Rail
Road. jougil4,3ml EYSTER & BRO.
NOTICIr-AVM GELW I CKi having been
burned out by the rebels and desirous of resuming
business at the earliest lapsible period, would respectfully
request all pumps indebted to him to call and make pay.
meld without delay. Those who have been burned and
out aide to pay at this time will please Call and settle
their accounts by note or due bill [aug24
MONEY WANTED.—BRAND do
FLACK respectfully reflood all persons too
indebted to theta by notes or book mounts to
eall and make immediate settlement The noramity Of
this notlee is apparent to every one, and we hop" the.. is•
debted will report at once. 0u11244
ADVER .—I have lost my Account
Books by the dastruetioa at Chassbenburg on the
30th ult., and must trust to the how and honesty of my
old customers to pay up. I still conduct my old business
In Cbarnberslateg and will,be glad to MI orders as before.
AVM' B. S. SHEYOCE.
TO THOSE INTERESTED.—The un
dersigned is desirous of having a Maenad With Lis
customers. All persons haring had business transactions
precious to this dote are requested to roll upon bins and
make Settlement, so he Is anxious to know how be steads
with his tri sada (aug3l.2m) ABRAHAM METZ.
Ndecilled.to go west,
.1.11 have left all mi .l imftnished business in the hands
at W. S. EVERETT, . I have also left with him my
BOOKS FOR COLLECTION. All persons knowing
ihemselves indebted to me for profesmonal services, will
please call with him and settle. (ilfttl i JER. COOK.
NOTlCE.—Having been liiirnt out in
the late Rebel conflagration, patreons knowing them
selvee indebted to me would confer a great favor by calling
and settling their accounts. I ran be fouhd at Wallace Jr.
Co's. In the Market Howe. (.14.3] JAS. B. OILLAIN.
NOTICE.—aII knowing them
.ll selves indebted to Wuoderlitth & Need will phiLsa
call and settle without delay, as they wish to close upt,their
old nosiness. [sepl4.4o WUNDERLICH & HEAD.
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