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October 5: 1-864,
GOSSIP WITH boa Frur.sos: , --We started
up Broadway ymderday,-and. enjoyed the bright
sunshine overhead and in the brig faces of the
thousands of beautiful faces that thronged the
great thoroughfare. Hundred dollar bonnets, fair
idously expensive silks, rich* scarfs and mantles,
and, sparkling jewelry reminded one of "Flowers
personified," while a sprinkling of military uni
forms, an occasional brass band, here and there
a processien, a funeral, citizens and the lisual‘nm-
Mims cortege made a perfect picture of good hu
mor and gaiety. all at once, without any pre.
monition, it begun to rain. The hundred dollar
bonnets, scarfs and silks scuttled along like feath
ers in a high wind; the omnibuses reaped a fine
harvest; even the military beat a hasty rtreat;
and the funeral procbsion fairly trotted. Avery
place of shelter wamspeedily crowded, and mem
lion* a - once fine lady hurried along umbrella
less, looking something hie a rat just ont.uf
swill barrel. Now is the time to bay second-hand
umbrellas from an itinerant vender at double the
price of 0; new one, (entirely owing to the dis
tracted state of our unhappy country). We saw
a rush for an'Omnibus, resulting in one well dressed
man's measuring his length in some three inches
of black, greasy mud. We felt for him, till we
'saw him raise himself up on one hand and say--
"'mallright, go 'head, driver." We listened with ,
some interest to an Irishman arguing polities with
a Democratic friend: Ms antagonist spoke of
the high prices of provisions in consequence of
the war. "Well," said the Irishman, ." when
flour was $5 a barrel, I had only $2,50 to bny it
with, now I have in my pocket $l5 to buy my
flour, and $lO to bet on Lincoln." In good,hom
est truth,, we have come across but three gentle
men who are- - M'Clellan men. There appears to
be a.general feeling to support Mr. Lincoln, al a
We undertook to procure a boarding place last
week, and of course advertised in the Herald.
We received about a peck of 'answers; and mak
ing a selection of some half a dozen sallied forth.
Our first visit was to a lady v,:ho informed us that
she took none but Insurance: and Bank officers,
and she presumed that 'We were in that line. As
the room she showed us was not much 'larger
than a good sized bed, we informed her that we
were not in that line. The next place we visited
was kept bra Jewish lady, who said that all her
boarders were French and German merchants of
the highest respectability (from this we inferred
that they paid their board punctually), and that_
she cooked to suit them. This put into our head
visions of cheese and beer, onions and garlic, thin
soups and sour wines. We tried a third place,
very nice, and were_ offered a good room at $2O
per. week, with the privilege of breakfast and tea,
and the liberty of getting our dinner where we
roilld. Again we tried, and got into a magnificent
house. Everything seemed to .suit. The land
lady, a fine looking woman, seemed to have a
twang in her speech that caused us to inquire her
nationality. She answered "I'm a Jew, and we
are all Jews here; and I must tell you, if you are
a church man, that you'll not be pleased with our
way of keeping Sunday. Some of our boarders
play the piano and other instruments, and we
sometimes concerts in the parlor, and wine
parties; and should my little boys whistle Yankee
Doodle, I wouldn't want them interfered with.y —
Bi , ing a church man, we declined the' honor of it
temporary shelter in her house. We fared no
better in subsequent trials, and are yet without a
home. We, one of .the poor C—g unfortu
nates, are yet lyingabout loose,a stray waif upon
the broad oecatiof life. Alas, alas for the home-.
less! We are writing ha a.bar room, surrounded
by loud talking argumentators, the prineipartirgtz
mente being oaths. Across the way is a huge ,
sign—" Cafe, Billiard, Restauration, Wein and
Bier." - We will walk over and see what is to be
seen. Ninety cars pass the door every hour, so
we mast be careful. We'll report our ohserva
tions and safety in our next.
xew.Yhar, Sept. 24, 1864.
THE DRAFT.—We give herewith the list of
drafted men for Somerset county. Conscripts
can put in substitutes at any time before they are
ordered into service, and they can procure men
for substitutei without regard to their liability
for military duty. Will not the few deficient dis
tricts in Franklin county yet make aut effint to
fill their quotas-? They have loot largely of their
men; and doubtless are entitled to an adjUstment
of their Auotas ;:hut they should mote promptly.
We hope fit` the credit of our noble county that
it will require no district to be drafted. We sub
join the list drawn in Somerset. It includes the
one hundred per cent. additional to cover exemp
(bulwark TernsAip.—Tobias Livingston, Moses Each;
Levi Kauffman, Noah Aba - eine, Peter Thomas, Simi I
Saylor, Joe A Yoder, Solomon Bolden. Moses 311ller,
Tobias Miller, Jos Yeoman, David Livingston, Andrew
Format, Peter Keim, Aaron Rose, Christian C Blough Jo
nathan Birdey Cyrus Plough Christian Kauffman. Prod
arid* 'reader," Tobias Harshborger, Adam E Keaffer,
Sawn Croyle, Jno , A Foust. Jos Miller, Jacob ThOmas,
(of G), Stun Body, Moses Croyle, Daniel Blough, Jno J
Kauffman, Adam Ousted. Jacob K Meager Josiah Barn
hart, Jobst Stone; Jacob Wengert, Joe J Mishler, Daniel
Weaver, Jacob Roddy, Gideon Kauffman, Jonathan
Harshberger, Moses Kauffman, Daniel E Yoder, Joseph
Thomas, David Weaver, Jacob Thomas, Alex Stahl.
Jenner Towntkip--Geo Homer, Jacob Dar. John AS
house; Aaron Walker. Wm Morgan, Jeremiah Mon or,
William Cole, Edward John, Alex Hoyle, Daniel Lehr,
Henry Hoffman, William Zimmerman, Jun Brook. Jacob
Keifn, Wm Johnston, -William Gilbert. Jack-am Daniel.
Stung Brubaker, John- Skelly, Abner Griffith. John Gin
dlesperger, Daniel Hoover, Jost Berkey. Henry Homer,
Samuel Boyer, Thaddeus Thomas (cord), Elias Winters,
Peter J Gardner, Levi Berkey, Jeremiah J Shafer, John
Brewster, Jonathan Shrink. Benj Kline. Sam'l Spreehar,
John Hardin, H L Sanderson. Lewis P Heiple, Jacob
Ehreaman, Michael Rifle, Fred Border, David Cabman,
Daniel Withrow, Jacob Frieclline, Peter F' Berkey. Jamb
Hoffman, Isaac Hofman, Peter Friedline, Wm Hoffman,
David-Fziedffne. duo Rink. Conrad Shafer. Hugh Wiand,
Solomon Bowman, Mores J Livingston, Henry Routh.
Arugi F Bryant. Josiah Miller. Noah tiohn. Das id Hor
ner, Samuel Livingtsxl, Daniel L Betz. Ben) F' Barker,
Perry A Miller, John Rashaberger. ',John Gilbert. Jacob
Spigle. AkelonalVasher. Michael Cover, Jositay,GUlian
Friedhine. Joseph Walter, Jacob C tinnier, Jacob S Hoff
ylsll, John H Schmidt, Michael 'Bough. Abraham Kautz.
Somerset Totenship.—Abraham Bacons, .1110 Tomlinson,-
Levi Kzepper, William Brown, John Fike, John Findly,
Isaac D Ankney, Samuel Coleman, Noah anion, Judah
Snider. Daniel Bear, Chaune
Will, mt,Martee y, Sol Syferd,
Alex Henry II Caseben, Levi' maker, James L
Seibert, Isaac .Countryman, Peter Gri th, Elias Bitner,
Franklin Ilefary, Jonas Statzman. Herman Stahl, Daniel
Miller. Henry Miffenberg. John Lattig. Martin Baker, Jer
Shavrly, John B Rhoads, Daniel Queer, John- D Bid a y-,
Charles Ray-man, David Tayman. Finale Gunder, Henry
sirank, Jonathan Ca — lselin'', Win Fisher, Daniel Gleger,
Wm W Young, Rudolph Famer. Michael Koontz. Daniel
Weller. Solomon Berkey. Tilos Metzger, Norman 11Shultr..
Henry I.' Band, liriah MostellereSamuelli Weller, DWI
Spangy; - John Bowman, Sam'l Fox, Adam Slangy. Alex
Shawles, Solomon Bear, Edward L Walker, Jacob Kline
jr, Jacob Cole, Jonathan Smucker, Judah Fritz. Hannan
1 Shaffer, Thorbton Seaford, Philip Beck, Jon H Kanner,
Geo Ogline, Abraham Bcrky, Josiah Shaffer, Ephraim
Shaffer, Fred Weller, IVai Shawles, Win Mower Peter
Auman,lsaac Metzler. Sam'l Reese, Simon Rhoads Fred
Smith, Adam Eareman, Christian C 3lnnsleman, Peter
Prins, Joe Wyand, Henry Fox, David Heiple. Francis,
Walker, John Coleman, Ludwig Balton. Frank It Coun
tryman, Jonathan Snyder, Alex Country-mum, Josiah
Brant, John H Liddy. John Clayeomb, Chan Kintner,
Jonathan Dormayer, Oliver Showman. Geo Knarnmyder,
George G Hay, Wen Bruner, Jacob Showman, Harman
Stahl,-Wm Trenk• Geo Sumpstinen Jos Wilt, Alex Miller,
Jacob Smith, Henry Long jr. Chas Will. Emanuel Pitt,
Ephraim D Snyder Wm Yinky, Jonathan Shrock, Alex
'Mender, Jett A Rhoads, Henry - Keel, Jonah Young, Edward
W Baker, Henry Boils.
.dddleon Township.—Jno S Donald, Elijah Shoemaker,
Jonas Hostetter, Wm Garden, Sam, McNair: Bold Bile.
man, Wm Hostetter Jefferson J Davis, Wm Hanna. Wm
.E Fallen, Richard R White, Mitchell Mclintm'k, Daniel
Nlcklon. Jno * Sargent, Chauney Tressler, Jim Close. Jer
Glass, Levi Sterner, Levi Denali, Adam MI/ornery. Wes
=frays, Geo Wass, Jer Liston, Jno M'Millen, Henry
er, Jonathan Ontwy, der Wright. Jno Davis (col),
Jos Stafford, Jacob Sterner (of .1), Benj F Sloan. Jon Rees,
Jun 8 Shaw, Ann Wilkins, Jacob Lenhart. Jonathan
Franke, David Slabough, Jer Bowfin, Chun Ii Lee. duo
Smith, Jacob Sterner. Zalman Holiday, Mnthlas lillilin.
tock, his MiClintock, Isaac Handed, Jno A Walker, Sam'
Chrlaner, Chrisrilender, Herd Weimer, Mathew Hine
baugh, Sol Hershberger, Elias lff Hicks, don Lee, Wm
Sickleson, Newton C Black, Jacob Henninger, Anthony
Shoemaker, Jacob Bowman, Jon Custer, Jno Gower. Jrat
Sterner, Jan I, Wattson, Peter Long. John Daniels.
Stony Creek Toiniship.—Moab Hayman, Jonathon Fritz,
Abraham Brant, Samuel Modeller, Jonhun Finery, Dual
Snyder, Alex Shank, David Spangler, Peter , . Famwalt,
Philip Shrock. Joseph Ross, Ephraim Ross, Serial Zerfos,
Edward Landis, Alex Walker, Solomon Spangler, Hugh_
Lambert, Peter T Miller, Jacob G Royman, Cyrus Btu ,
ket, Peter Keefer, Jno Woetholder, Henry Debstol, Henry
Moegmve, Jacob Boss, Lewis Lowry, John Raymond (of
D), Cyrus Walker, Jere Ringler, Jacob Masser, iienrY
Stall, Solomon Boyer, Chauncey A Brant, John Fria on..
Sim= Hoes, Jaco J Spleher, Chas Trent, Jno Splecher,
North Reefer, JOatithan Pinney, Christian Mnnser. Charles
:Balmer, Wm Shank, Aaron Spanglr, Nichetaa Flomm,
Mathias Walker, Benj Keefer, Jere Fleet, George Mull,
Halet Pew, Jacob Shank. Jno Reitz. Affinharn Landis jr,
John J Frits, Jacob Flora. Joseph Oldfitther, Chauncey
Lcovry, Abraham Carver, Benj Baldwin, Saan'l Walker,
Sant'l Raymon, Geo Lohr. Washington /Heeling. Adam
31aust. Levi Glans. Cyrus Berkey.
Milford TarVhii , --John A Snyder, Hiram Kimble,
Philip S Wolfsberger, Allen S Will, Samuel A Meyers.
Aarbn Humbert, Levi Siner, Tobias Myers, Dewald
Snyder, Emanuel Sterner; Franklin Heclsler, Semi Brida
sgan, Charles 13 Sauner. John Rector, Sol W Flick, John
Cummins, LeviLee,Peter H Long, Tillman Rector. Hiram
Baker. Jonathisa Hay, Alex Sterner' Joa Schrock. Chan
Griffith, John N Patton, Simon 1' Darkly, Karol H Long,
Benj Lenhort, Was H Walter, Abraham t treenwalt, Jacob
Bkk e r, John Sipe. Dan! A Miller, Franklin Weimer, Jon
11 Untherf. Moses Pill. John Putman. Jneob3l Baler, Alex
Shank. Albert G Will, Daniel L Ileacley. Jeremiah Steer
ner. Wm Dull, Absalom Toler, Sol Ildnbaugh, F r a n kli n
Pile, Harrison Wiltrout, Ross 11 Snider'. Peter P Raman,
Nelsemiah Millar, Saeob Pointer. Peter J Phillippi. Josiah
Walter, Jos 1) l'richneld. David Crichfleld, JohnJ Older,
Hiram J Lirhty, Geo Ankeny, Henry Koenfr, Jim Kootser.
Shade rownship.—G. Boss, Jno A Clark . - Jno Rogers,
Wm Shull. Andrew J Wagner. Lewis Whi.her, David
Stamp, Jut ob Lutes], l'eter Barnhart. Henry Larrinoh, Na
thaniel, limners, Jonathan Yoshler. Isaac Su Indic, David
31iller. Ilanisou Lohr, ('yeas Berkehile, Chas Slick. Da
vid Ewalt, Chas Bisbing, Thompson Ling, Sam'l Berke
bile, Joe Powell, Geo H Lambert. (too (John, BenjUrincy '
Franklin Zimmerman, Sea B Richardson, Was Dull,
Aaron Berkebile, Frankliu Clark, Levi Market, Jacob
Wagner, Jno Blough, Dual Logue. Cyrus Market, Wm
Derussy, Wm Hamer, Wm Thomas, Jno Reese, Jacob
Walter, Jonathan Snider. Gwen 31'Hinney, Thos Gagbas
gnu, Geary Youker, Josl . 3l4 7 yetn, Dewalt Urincy, semi
Wagner, Gotlieb Hahn, 'Edminal 31engus, Was Junes,
Peterman. Jno Berkehile, Geo Beplev, Jno Mang.,
Tins Bisbing, Statler, Fnusklia Jon Lam.
Bras. Valley neengip.--Jos Tre...der, Aug Tayman,
Israel Cotter, Peter Hoover, John Prins, Peter Rooper,
Samuel Stahl. Geo Stahl, Mt , . id Cober, John Reitz, Geo
Bender, Jacob B.Litehy, Josiah Fritz, Solomon Coleman,
Henry S Coleman, Israel Pritz, Franklin Kerlow, Fredik
BrinitAhnel Heckman, Jackson Gladwell. Henry Cotter,
Alexander Musser, Win Foust. Solomon Spangler. Aaibil
Brant John Sheller, Jacob riwartzendreiber, Samuel hi
Saylor, Levi Baker, Julio T Brant, Ephraim Cober, John
Forney, Wm Sailer, Zuchariali Milner, Abraham Sevhs,
Ananias Cober, Alex Colter, Joseph Brough. Chas Mag
ner, Aaron Kimmel!, Jacob Kok. John .1 Coleman, Sol
nutria Judy, Henry Rhanum. Jo: dub J Brant, Aiumutil
ler, Gillian Broacher, Peter Gumbert, Franklin Sanders„
Anthony Flickinger, Andrniv J Spangler, Jos IV Lupe,
Francis Brunt, Amos Walker, George J Schrock. Conrad
Sheller, Conrail Brant. Harmon W Brubaker.
Allegheny Townehip.--Geo File, John Sawer,,Deo W
Powell, Ang Madary, Wm Ellenberger, Simon Youtzv,
John Hoyle, John Mowery. Sol Troutman, John J
Wm Gleosner, Gee, Sharer, Beal Boyer. Jacob- F Burk
hart, Peter Weimer, Amos Ware. Daniel Keefer,
Ware, Daniel Metier, Naac S Coughenour. Joseph Hoon,
Alex Ware, Samuel F Logue, John Felton, Jas Sproat,
John L B Miller. Martin A Boor, Wm Eastman, Jos Han
kineon. Barnard Wolfhop, Reuben Keller, Samuel Nall,
John MMull. Aug Will, JohnjGroNe, Elias Bowman, Oli
ver Moyser, Noah Tipton.
,ieffervin Toirnship,— Jonathan Brindle, Jacob E Fried
line, Gen Dicker -Samuel WyaniL Wm Mull, Jacob Lea-
Iran, Benj Friedline. Jonathan II Miller, Hiram D M'Cov
Abram Whipky. Jos L Miller, Geo W Bruner, Wm H ll
Baker. Henry Mull. Philip Haman. Henry H Stein, Phi
dans Miller, John H Morrison, Peter Beck, Wm H Bar
zone, Abram Howard, Sam'l Pletcher, Paul B Sehlag,
Henry I/ Gardner, Aaron Benford, Andrew Flick, John
Schrock, John Nair, Aaron Hay. Philip Diirr Jr,.Jacob
Cromer, Silas Flick, Abram Lenhart.
Quemahoning Township.—Samuel Taylor, Datil Berky,
Peter Bowman, Corneliusßuchly, Andrew Horner, Sand
Flegle, Deo Patterson, NoaTi Swank, Jacob Replogle, Jno
.1 Miller, Levu Hauser, Henry Gardner, Jefferson Soldier,
Adam JMillen Miller, Emanuel Though, Samuel
Berke. Sam'l L 'Swank, Benj Bowman, Isaac Blanset,
Geo hoover. Aaron Blough. John Soldier, Noah Blough,
Hiram Hoffman, Samuel L Miller. Jacob Cohen, Nathaniel
Zinonerman, Geo Battier. Jonas Custer, Jas Bohnut, Wm
S Honer, Jos Zimmerman, Nath Diekey, Josiah Blough,
Cyrus Ankney. Nmilr Bowman. Wm Spangler. George
Lohre, John J MetF.gar. Peter Bealmon, Peter' Miller,
Jonathan Dealer, Duval Hoover, John Helier, Jonathan
Machon, Peter Loire. Daniel Fumy, Abraham Zimmer
man. Isaiah Vanhorn.
Lower Tiulicyfoot Toicaship. 7 -FrancisT Morrison, Fran
cis 11 Hyatt, Win Fulton, Benj Fear, Hugh Nicklow,
Jesse Nicklow, Lewis Eyerstone, David L Rhoads. Ar
nold Kuhlman, -Evan Nicklow, Elisha Fuller, Newton
Fisher, John Ansel, Jones Itoomsbangh, Aaron Weimer,
Henry Graei, John Nicklow, Wm II Tissue, John S Krei
ger, Alex Ansel. Foster C Younkin, Alex Nicklow, Abra
ham Huffine.Alfred King, Get, Itimmsburgh, Joel Mitchell,
Gee I , Cunningham. Jer Renworth, Andrew Howling,
Walter S Mountain. David llarbaugh, Philip Phillippi.
Paint Torniihip.—Jon Berkey. Saml Custer, Jacob
Gordon, Jos Lehman, Einannel Hamel, Saml Gordon. Jno
Stotler, -Noah Halsapple, Gilwin Shaffer. Wm Mahler,
Jonathan Wible, Peter Shifter. Aaron Berkey, Wm P
Sizes. Lem Kauffman. Jos Oaks, Jno Brebes, Thou K
Galiagin, Jacob D=Livingstone. Leo Hoffecker, Hiram
Iluselinan, Jacob P Ripped, Duni Custer. Jas Filbx, To
bias Blough. Andrew (Junkie. Dan'l 'Border, Noah Berlin
pile. Jacob Huffman. Jan D Illough, Josiah Penrod. Da
vid Berkey, Jno Tees, Henry On, Satal Lehman, Peter
Upper Turkeyfofg Township.—Cyrits 3111iller. Alex
Walter, Jno Rolbey, Francis 'Pressler, Sam'! Fuldley.
Fletcher Cunningham. Josiah Boyd.• Jacob Crossen, Joo
31 Carver, Tint. PluHipp', Fred lireager, Jer Lechler, Si
mon Foldley, ]toyer Ramt , herger. Jim May, Jno Wilki
e on. Moses Hinz, Harman Yauakin, Moe., Niebla, An
bony Miller. Jonas Hinebaug,ll, Alex Rhodes. Jnu Gray.
Alfred Snyder. Aaron ,Heininger. (leo Stongle, Jno H
Yannkin, Mesmore Cramer, lino A Shultz. Hannon King.
Peter Znfall, Aaron Lechler, Elijah Crossen, Chancey Di
vine. Jacob G Phillippi, Win Cole, Aaron Cupp. Noah
Snider, Levi Hoekstetler Fred Taunkin,
Southampton Tounship.-IRoses Ratner, Anthony - Wes.
ner. Andrew Kimmel. Geo Briber. Jno Beal (of S), Jos
Lancaster, Jonna Cook, Solomon Real. Wm Scheirer,
Alex Emeriek, Jo. Leidig Jou 1' Poorbringh, Jeme Bon
nier, Don't Sturtz. Jno H Belden Dennis Wilt Benj
Trotittnnn. Sarni Burner. Geo-Kennel], Jon Rine Peter
t:nuuu•r, Jacob H 3tartz. Joe°lo 13ittu,r, Mull 0 lien!
NOtllBl}Ezneriek, WM Huff, Jill,ob Boyer, Solomon Shoe
Larimer Township.—Andrew J Stoner. Jno Moyer, Jon
athan Bittreve. Ludoric Young. Matta.< Bowman, Jno
Knepp, Conrad Pincer. Edward Witmer, Wm Dower, Gee
Sheember. Conrad Bawler Henry Giger. Josiah tiger,
Michael Hutzel, Esan Deal, Jnw Hime, Oliver Hardt;
Solomon Weimer, Peter Winer, Eli Beal.
2 Middle Creek Tornship.—Jos Ilcuington, Solomon Kim
mell. David Pleeher, Jacob Gary. Michael Nickla, Aaron
Kuchler, Gee Dinkey. Henry F (lay, Sam'! P King. Pe.
tee Whirikey, Calvin L Reed, Jer Shultz.' Silav:Hechler,
Jacob K M'Millen.,Jacob Baker. Jacob Bim
ry.er. 'Paul Mil
ler, Solomon Gan. Smith 11 King. Jere Dugan. Conrad
Schrock. Jim ..1/ Smiler. Jos Saylor. Jonah Hemminger,
Jonas Gary, Pant F Saylor, Elms Hemminger, Channel-
Grcenealle 7'usen.sitip—John Stutz, Ilerman Wetmlller,
Simon Glatfelt. Motu J Jotter. Jos'nzl, Engle, John 11•Ke,Q z
zie. Wm Fadele),-, Sol M "louse', Jacob L Miner, Adadl
Yauer, France , 31K3 - nzey, Wm R Miner, .tdam Hochstet
hr. Martin .Albright, Ambrose MT:mile, eurnelius Eloeh
steller, Samuel Finey, Fred Stvarrnan, John Bittner, Ell.
jab Bare. Corns , bus Shnitz Noah Lint. Criah 11AI:wiener,
Simon Caton, '--
fkrlin Tow.hip.—Alex Brubaker, Wm H Platt, Alex
flurkerbile, John Ilefiiey, Beni Bush, Wm B Beam. Jas
Dormer John P Mason. Daniel Fisher, George Markle,
Dusid Rubnght, Thos B Miller. John Haman. Alexander
Henley, . Aug Russ, Fred Muletiberg, Joshua Landis. Ja
mb Rom. (ire W Brollin. Wm Shutt, Henry Hubris, Jas
3forwine, Jacob Hersh, John L Altair*.
,VorthamptonlTmanxhtp.—Jueob Lybarger, Eph Brad
water, (leo W GLens , Hem - y 3lartr. Jonathan Poorbaturb,
Wm 11 Crosby, Andrew Mull, Sarni Poorbaugh. Frerl'k
Simon Weller, Jte, Tresler (of (i) Brum, N Will. Francis
Larew. Conrad :Miller. Henry Hittey Lem Boyer,
I.lerrnis Bitner. Jaenb Beal, David Conehonour. Isaae El
rick. Adam Fichner. Jos Ebberts. John Boorhaugh.
Stoystairn —Josiah Walter, Wm Feiner, Joseph Stahl.
Henry Balmer, Levi I' Shaffer. David it Zimmerman. Geo
W Johnson, Jacob Thompson, Joseph A Garman, John R
Kuhn, Norman B Penrod. Andrew Snapp.
Noe Centrrrilt,--Geo Brant, Peter Brubaker, Reuben
)'Minn, Josiah Humbert. Jno K Tedrow, JesseVrieh•
field, Edward Connelly, Dan'l G Smith.
Wellsburg.—.7 - aob Shoemaker, Conrad Beal, Eli rid,
Christopher Slonaker, Levi Close. Satn`l C Feetig.
BURGLARY.—„The warehouse of Waderlicit
& Need wan burglariously entered on Wednesday
evening last by a false key; the safe blown open
and three ;United Staten bonds for $5OO each and
some papers stolen.' There were several hundred
dollars of money in one of the drawers of the safe,
but they overlooked that, and did nut get it. Pay
ment has been stopped on the honds. No elne
tins been had'as to, the guilty party or parties;
but iLis evident that they are evienved burglars.
(tun old friend Philip Hammen, Esq., lilts risen
from the fire like Phcenix front the ashes, and dis
penses law and justice in the 'new °Kee of Mrs.
I3ard, foruierly occupied by Reilly & Sharpe, just
Opposite the Court House, n here he is prepared
to transact all business in. the line of his profes
sion. Whether on the stump for the Union, or
in hie office attending' to hi , daily unties, Phi!. is
6h%ay s reads .
LIBERAL CosTittllt ; TioN.—The citizens of
Dry !fun and Spring Itun have eontributed $l5l
to relieve the snfferen, of Chatnliersburg. The
Valle) is never behind in a good tvork.,
GEN. AygltlLl e passed through here tut week
on leare.of ahw•nce. Ile WUR temporarily reliev
ed from hi, rounnund for thirty day , , by General
ADVERTISEMENTS intended for our next issue
should liand(sl in by. - 21 - olitin.% inornitigioinstire
CURE. FOR CoUGII olt CoLD.—As moon us
there is the slightentuneusinefek of the Chest. with difficulty
of hreathiug t or Indications of Cough, take daring the day
a feu "lirtnerrz BrOnehial Troches." Contalhing
TOgreillelltA, they allay Pulmonary Irritation. Mill
tary thlicers and Soldiers should have them in rend...,
U) 1 / 1 1 the first appearanca of Cold or Cough.
Als'oorNE: CORDIAL, the .510ther'g Friend and
Child's Relief—This valuable medicine is again for sale
at MILLER'S NEW DRLD'iiTOIi.E, next door west of
Brow nis Honil. It is far s uperior to all liootlinar syrup.,
or anyinther preigirlilion for children inoreethlng. (Thoth.,
Diarrhea. or inward pain*.
GOODS gelling at Fair PriceP,nt the Dry Goode
House of Eyrr & Lundell, Fourth tint! Arch SM.
de•lphin. Head udvertinement.
FitA2o9..li made an addrem at New York
- iiii - r?);:turdaiy el - ening, Sept. 17. In it, be Kaid:
".Nonne the Army
.would say Pence , and
they only 'wanted more men to carry them on to
great and glorious Victories. It wan useless to
talk about pence, until the Rebels were down on
their knees in the dust begging for it."
Ex-GOVERNOR DENISON has decided to-accep
the-appointment of Poet Master General, tender
ed him by the President. •
GELIVIX—SNTDEB.,—On the MI ult., In the Luth
eran Parsonage, Lipper Strasburg, Mr. Samuel Cieltrix to
3Ess Kate. eldest daughter of Rev. M. Snyder, both of that
CROSS.—Dn the 21st ult.. Mrs. Elizabeth Cross. aged.
about 98 years,
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IVanfunaker & Brown, Oak Hall,
Wanamaker & Brown, Oak Hall.
Wanamaker & Brown, , Oak Hall. '
Wanamaker & Broom, Oak Hall,
S. E. Cur. 6th and Market Streets,
- S. E. Cur. 6th and Market Streets, --
S. E. Car. 6th anti Market Streets,
S. E. Car. 6th and Market Streets,
S. E. Cur. 6th and Market Streets.
S. E. Cor. 6th and Market Streets, •
NOTE.—/t Costs nothing pi make an examination—you
can easily satisfy yourself which is the best place for you
to deal. We of beyond all fear of honest conttadietion
that we have by far the largest stock—the handsomest
clothing and fairest prices.
N. B.—An immense stock, of Overcoats from last season,
--selling low. WANAMARTER & BROWN,
Great Central Clothing House, Oak Hall.
sep2l S. E. Cor. 6th and Market Sts., Phila.
EASY Acars.—"Thank God, I am easy again,"
said Sir. Freely, who had suffered for nine months with
Rheumatism. The first application of Railway's Ready
Relief relieved him from pain, the following day he wag
able to walk, in a week's timejle resumed his business as
engineer. ,Railwars Ready Relief will sots Rheumatism,
Neuralgia, Gout, Strains, Sprains, Burns, Schlds, Sore
Throat, Headache, nail all other pains. Relief is afforded
in a few minutes.
Every house should be supplied with a bottle. With
this remedy to use in ease of accidents or sudden attacks
of disease, life may be saved. Price 35 cents per bottle.
Sold by Druggists.
PERSONS advanced in-life and feeling the hand
of time weighing heavily upon theme with allsita attendant
ills, will find in the use of Hostrtter's Celebrated Stomach
Bitters an elixir that will - instill new life into their veins, re•
store, in a measure, the ardor and energy of more youthful
days, build up their shrunken forms, aud give health and
rinse to their remaining years, Those who are In the least
afflicted with Dyspepsia, Ague, Languor, Nausea, or any
other troublesome and dangerous disease, arising from a
disordered system. should not hesitate to avail themselves
of the benefit derived from this great remedy. For sale by
Druggists and dealers generally, everywhere. [sepiLS-lm
A GENTLESIA;t:, cured of Nervous Debility,
lOmmpeteney, Premature Decay and youthfitl Error, ac
tuated by a desire to benefit others, widebethappy to fur.
TIN II to all who need it (free of charge) the feceme and dl=
maims for making the simple remedy used in his case.
Those wishing to profit by his experience, and possess a
Valuable Remedy, will receive the saync.- by return mail.
(earefully.sealed), by adressing JOHN B. OGDEN.
maylB.3m) _ No. 60 Nassauistreet, New, York.
DO YOU WISH TO BE CURED.? , DT. MICII4I7I'B
English Specific Pills cure; in less thina thirty days, din
worst eases of ikIEtiVOUNSESS, Impotency, Premature De
cay, Seminal Weakness. insanity, and all Urinary, Sex
ual and Nervous Affections, no matter from what calve
Produced. Price, One Dollar \ per box. Sent, post-paid,
by mail. onLreceipt of an order One box will perfect thu
care in must cases. Address JAS. S. Bt TLEIC,
General Agent. 4:T; Broadway, N. V.
EYE AND E kß.—Prof. J. Isaacs, AT. D., Oc.
caliz,t and Auriw i formerly of Levilow Holland, is loea
ted permanently or No. 51/ Pine Street, Phrladelphta,
where permits afflinted with di.eaw of the Eve or Ear,
will be erie n ti&•ally treatml and cured, if curable.
1.7e" -- ARTIFICIAL EfEs is rtit Withont pain. No
charge.: wade for Examination. ,
N. B.—The mediral faen4l4. --- hivited, mi he hee no or
reu m lee mode of treatnomt. julyti-ly
COLGATE'S HONEY SoAP,—This celebrated
TOILET 80A1 , ;4,% , such universal demand. is made from
the CEIOU:En - T materials, is mILI , and EMOLLIENT in ns
nature, IMAtatANTLY :IcENTEIL and extremely BENEFI
CIAL in its action upon the skin. Formic by all nruggistS
and Fancy Go.nit Dealers.
REPORT OF MARKETS
CHAMI E 1 411'HG Oet. 4. len4
Flohr—Whtte SI2 00 Butter
Flour—Red , 1 00 Eggs
Wheat—White 2 10 Lttrel
Wheat—Red .. 2 00 Taliow
1 40 Bacon—Baum wha-,
Oats - . eo'Soup Beans 2,03
Clover Seed U 00 Washed Wool a trO"
Timothy Seed. 4 30 Unwashed Wool 40
Flaxbeed 2 80' Pared Penelo, 5 00
PoilltoE.A—Nercer.... 1 :ri),Unpared Peoeftac 300
Potatde.—Rink Eye.. 1 50' Dried tippler 2 00
[BY TELEGRAPH.) -
7 Philadelphia Markets
Ws. nnly found buyers at irregular
sates ranging at $.9 70 ci 9 75 for nup•rfne, whiell in sears,
Sill a $lO 50 for extra... nod $lO 75 dsll for low grader
and elmiee extra kmily, Rye Flour i. loner, and a ' , mall
sale rem made at $9 25 t. fibl. Corn Meal at i'f7 50.
Wilt..t7.--Inotl'Western and Penna. red are offered at
$2 20. and Keutuelv a late at $2 40 a 82 .50. Corn names
fora and slowly. :1.600 Im+. mixed wertem sold at SI
Oats mealy at 90.
WhiNky;lml2l.4.l-; of I Unu bbl. ut 1 t , Oaud drudge
at 1 70.
- Philadelphia Stock Market.
PHILADELPHIA, Oct 4
Starks heavy. Penn. - 04.es. 96; Reading Railroad, 00 1'
Harris Canal, 100; Lang 'Wand, 43*, Penna. R IL 691;
Gold. 190; exchange on New York par.
IYOU WISH TO BUY CHEAP
HARDWARE mill on lItWIN S RHODES, nn Se.
~jfISS R. H. SCHIVELY will give in
structiims in French and Misic, on Piano and Me.
lodeon. Would take a limited number of pupils in English
branches. Residence at Dr. Reynolds', on Second street.
NOTICE —All persons indebted to A. J.
White by note or Book Arrount will confer a favor
by railing and settling their accounts without delay. ills
books are all that be ban saved oat of the great fir,
4.n.1 A- J WHITE,
Stone Building, 2 doom north of the Posit Office.
NAILS OF , EVERY SIZE AND PAT
TERN: Gln-. all sizes and qualities; Loeks, Hin
ges and Seren-4, Oils and Paints. Varnishes, Torpentink' f
and even• description of Building Hardware can be bud,
at low priers, by calling on IRWINIA, RHODES, on Sec
VOTlCE.—Several of the Bonds of the
Franklin Railroad Company are misiing, having
been destroyed. or, m the bands of parties not known. Any
one nhe holds any of said Bonds am receive Useful infor
mation respecting them by applying to a o. nehr or T.
11. Kennedy. Digs., of Chambersburg, or Fri3ileriek Watts,
at Cartisle coet.i
AATILLIA3I H. GERBRICK, OF THE'
y Valt lowa Y. L, now at Dayton, Ohio, desires in
formation tut to the residence of his parents, Jkcon and
31.kia GERSIRICK. whom he has nut seen our heard from
since ; they were then at Pittsburg, Pa: They have
livnlia Somerset and York counties, I'o. ects
V D Peunsylvtmhs arid other paprrs please copy.
EXECUTOR'S N 0 T I C E.—Notice is
hereby given that Letters Testamentary to the
tete of Philip Foust, late of Southampton tow 1.14. dee 14
have been grunted to the undersigned . .
All persons indebted to sold Estate tiro requested to
make immediate payment. and those having claims will
please present theta properly. authenticated for settlement.
oets PHILIP FOIST, Jr., Er'r.
FOIL SALE.—A TOT on Main street,
opposite the property of .Nliehael Hughes. with rood
BRICK HOUSE. two and a•half stories high. with Brick
Back Building. The Lot is in good order with *excellent
Fruit. It will be offered at Public Sole at Brow n's Hotel,
Chambersborg, no gautrday. October !?`.'-d - . nt 10 o'clock,
A. 31 Possession gie en on the tot of April next.
«u5-3t DANIEL LONDON.
firm is hereby given, that letters of Administration.
on the Emote of Christian Royer, late of Antrim township,
dee'd' have been granted to the undersigned. / 1 "
All persons indebted to said Estate arc requested to
make immediate payment, and those having 'claims will
pleluse present them properly authenticuted for settlementl
oefi• CIIRISTIA'S ROYER, Ja.
tice is hereby given that Letters of Administritton
on the Estate of Char Mite Newell, late of Antrim town
ship, dried, have been'gronted to the utkiersigned.
All - persons knowing themselves indebted to said Estate
will please make immediate payment, and those having
claims present them properly itothintttented for settlement
oets BENJ. M. POWELL, Adm'r,
Lice is hereby given Outt Letters of Administration
on the Estate of John W. llarbangh, late of Waynesboro',
dee'd, have been printed to the undersigned,
All persons knowing themselves indebted to said Estate
will piense make immediate payment; and those 'having
claims present then; properly authenticated for settlement.
()Mr ? JACOB BEAVER, Adm'r,
EYRE ds LAN DELL,
FOURTH ¢-ARCH 878., PIMA', A, - -
Cater for the best TRADE, and offer no BAITS or decep
tion to induce custom, but rely on Fair Dealing and Good
Goods. Best MERINOES, Fashionable SILKS Nobility
PLAIDS, PINS POPLINS, Dark FOULARDS, Fig
ured MERLNOES, - Plald SHAWLS, Good BLANKETS.
P. 8. We follow GOLD demo, as close cure follow ft
up. Now is a good time for Merchants and Consumers to
Ilin,ULl 3o otirvt 4alnbcte4s4,
ROD , abberti6EinentS.
DE RABLE RESIDENCE FOE
_Li SALE. I offer at Priv - rite We my Residence on
Broad &rest. , th the grotmds and buildings a tt ac k e d to
it; Possession gi en -41161 1nt,1865.
"octs-Zn - JOSEPH CLARKE
HOUSE AN ,1 LOT FOR SALE.—In
pursuance of an . aar of the Orpligna, Court of
Franklin eounh - , the made 'pad, Administrato r of m ar ,
.11lieehan, decd, will • . .::. to public tale. on thee
and LOT, situate on Broad 12 . t, Charubershurg, near
clock, a HOLTSE
Ltes, on &M‘rday, Octobcr `2.9a at 10 o'
the Steam Saw Mill of Shepter, .. rke tcCo, Th e House
is a good Brick ttrtteture. and itt gip/ Condition, with a
fine lot of ground. Posse ssion will Itt , ,s,giten on the lot of
April next. Terms will be made knoThk on day of wale by
A. K. 3FCLI'RE. Adnfr.
M - frien T d H Ge k orife S. J F ßal ' s ' le:, '
" F E ti XT
Aliiw_hib. in Divorce. N 0.56. Ang. Term, 18.64. Bak
Nub. iliTiverce. No. P 2, April Term; 1864.
To Dtriiel S. Funk:—Sou are hereby notified tube and
appear at n Court of Common Pleas in and for Fisoldin
chanty, Pu., on the sth 2lloaday of October nrie r h e i ng th e
91st day of saidsnonth, to show cause, If any you have,
why the prayer of the petitioner should not be a nswe red.
• uctli-fit SAMUEL BRANDT, Sheriff,
TT 5..5-20 BONDS STOLEN.—The
• Warehouse of the undersigned was entered by
burglars on Thursday night, the llth silt., their -Iron Sale
broken open, and the 'following U. 8, 5-20 Bonds stolen
therefrom. viz Nos. 7484, 7485 and 7466, 4th series, from
which the Coupons for the November interest had been
detached. Also—A large Pocket Book, °Curtaining a num
ber of l'romisory Notes and other papers. All persons are
cautioned against purchasing any of said bonds or notes,
as the proper department of the Covenantee! has been
notihssi of their Imss. A reasonable reward will be paid
for the return of the Pocket Book with the papers.
octs.rit WUNDERLICH & NEAD.
VILITABLE LLNIESTONETARM FOR
- SALE.—Tbe - undersigned offers at Privai&Sale. a
valuable Limestone Farm, situated about two miles south
of Chambersburg and} mile from the Waynesboro' road,
adjoining lands o3' Michael and Wm. Canderow,con
113 ACRES, of Limestone Lend, under good cul
tivation. About 115 Acres cleared and the balance is well
Timbered_ The improvements consist of'a two.storied
LOG WEATHERBOARDED DWELLING, Wash
House, Swim Barn, Wagon Shed, Carriage House arida
necessary out buildings. Them is a Well of never failing
Water near the dwelling, sufficient, for watering stock.—
There is an ORCHARD of choice fruit on the premises.
Persons wishing to view the property can do so by calling
at the Farm. If not sold before 'Friday, the 21st day of
October, it will on that day, - at 1 o'clock, be offered at
Public Sale. joeffeatj SAMUEL BUTT.
HARDWARE, OILS AND PAINTS.—
_Li nip public are invited to call and examine the large
and well selected stock of FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
HARDWARE, just opened on Second, between Queen and
Market Streets, Chturabersburg, Pa. Having purchased
most of their goods before the recent advance in prices;
from leading manufacturers, we are determined to sell oar
monomer; goods cheap. We have on hand Oils, Paints,
Glass, Cutlery, Spoons, Iron and Steel, Rakes, Shovels &
Forks, Saddlery, Shoe Findings, Ropes, Cords, Hauled,
Chains, Brushes, Powder, Locks, Hinges, Screws, Files,
Pots, _Kettles and Pans. Tools of every, description. and
goods of all kinds usually kept in a well regulated Hard.
whre establishment. Orders from a distance, accompanied
-with the cash. promptly attended to, and goods tarnished
us cheap as when the person is present. Call andtri us.
oc•Ci.tf & RHODES.
OOPHANS' COURT SALE.--By virtue
of an orderof the Orphans' Court of Franklin county,
the undersigned. Administrator of the Estate of lease Re
ntesderfer, deed, will expose to public sale, on the premi
ses, on Saturday.- the 29th day of October, the following del
seethed Rail Estate, situate in the township of Antrhn,
miles south east of Greencastle, and near the Leitersburg
road, adjoining lands of Henry Stine, James and William
Huston and Martin Mickley, containing 7 ACRES and 1M
PERCHES. The improvements are a ;convenient LOG
DWELLING HOUSE and KITCHEN, Wash House
Smoke House. Log Barn, a Well of never failing Water,
and choke Fruit. The whole is under good fence, and in
ex client condition.
' ale to commence at 2 o'clock, P.M., when the terms
wi be made known. r0ct.5 . 1 JOHN ROWE, Trustee.
te HEPLER, CLARKE &_CO'S SAW
AND PLAINING MILL }'OR SALE.—The under
si, led. having purposed for nearly a year putt° close
th r present business this fall, now offer for salOheir ri
te and. complete SAWLNG AND WOOD-WORK
IN I ESTABLISHMENT, with all the stock and fixtures
eminected with it, including Teases, Wagons, Se. Also
tae tracts of Wood Land. and Iwo large houses, and a
Stable capable of containing nine horses.
The establishment is too well known-in this community
to 'heed minute description, and the successful character of
its (business, for seven years past, as well as its prospects
for , the future, is fully understood.
eateference will be given to home-purchasers, if appli
irm be made iu due time. Possession given tint Ist of
January next HENRY SHEPLER,
Cbambenlburg. 00.5.2 m JOHN P. CULBERTSON.
PUBLIC SALE.—The undersigned, Ex
ecutors of the last will and testament of Abm.
ham Carbaugb. late of Antrim township. deed, will, by
virtue of said Will, expose to Public Sale, on the premises,
on Saturday, the .nth day of Sortanker nmte, the following
described Real Estate, viz. A certain - CRACT of LAND,
lying and being situate in said township of Antrim. bound.
ed ~11 the North by lands of Hollinger's Heir. and John
Reneket, on the West by lands of ilollinger's Heirs and
Mr. Lindsay. on the South by land of John - Ffayd and on
the Ea./ by land of George - Brendle, containing SLIITY.
T - WO ACRES and TWENTY FOUR PERCHES. neat
1114,5111 . 0, having thereon erected good two-storied BRICK
DWELLIN(I, Stone Bank Barn , Witt Wagon Stunt, all
new. There I. on the premises a young Orelm4of choice
Frud. and a Well of Good Water. About twelve or fif
teen Acre' of raid land is covered with prime Timber.—
Said Land ms in a good state of cultivation, and of excellent
quality. ABRAHAM CARBAUGH, Jli., / Ex
oets.3t ADAM ZARGER.
ORPHANS' COURT SALE.—On Satur
day, the 29th day of October next. at 10 o'clock, 4. M.
By virtue of orders of the Orphans Court of Cumberland
and Franklin counties, the snbseriher, Grugdirin of the
minor children of David Mowery,. late of the Borough of
Newburg. deed. will sell at Public Sale. on the premises,
all that certain TRACT (IF LAND, situate parties Hope
well township. Cumberland counts-, and pnrtlem Lurgan
unthship, Franklin county, about 1 nule west of Newburg,
on the mad loading from the State 'road to Nei comers
Mill. brknided by hinds of the heirs of John Laughlin,
des d , Andrew Drum Robert Elliott, John B. Morrow and
others. containing Rh ACRES and 08 PERCHES, strict
measure. The land is Black Slate of good quality, part of
it having been limed recently. About 190 Acres are clear
ed and tinder cultivation, and the residue is covered with
good Timber. The improvein.ts consist of a large two
story LOG DWELLING HOUSE, large Bank Barn,'
Wagon Shed, Corn Crib and other buildingsi. There Di an
AlPie Omliard and a Well of never-filing Water on the
promises, and the run or stream of water which divides
Cbmberlanil and Frnnklin counties on the North side of
the Conodoguinet, passes through this tract. About IPI
Acres or the hind lie in Cumberland and the rest in Frank
lin county. ,
Persrine desiring to see the property are requested to call
on Samuel Chnstlieb, residing on the premises, or on. Da
vid Wherry, Esq.. Newburg.
'ferns made known on day of sale.'
ea ti-it DAVID R. BAKER, Guardian.
..LI Raving found it "a little too warm" in our old room
on the 30th of July, we opened in the OFFICE OF Dg. SEN
nENY, where we will he glad to see our old friends and
dinpenne the best qualities of MEDICINES to them.
Farmers and owners of atoek will please remember
Nixon in making bin HORSE AND CATTLE POWDER
p cKET B . 00K S AT
HAIR. CLOTH, NAIL AND TdOTH
'BRUSHES nt NIXON'S.
SOAPS AND PERFUMEIRI
CON DEN Fi ED LY E - A1
A GOOD STOCK OF-ALL KINDS OF
_L ( - MODS at NIXON•S.
PLEASE RE ME MBER NIXON'S I)IWG
stow is t h ' OFFICE. OF DR NFIN,FINY.
PUBLIC SALE OF VALUABLE REAL
ESTATE.—The helm of David Ingham, deed, will
°tier at Public Sale, an Tuesday, the 15th day of Norember
6,12, on the, premises, in (Brett (owns/tip, Franklin county.
Pa. 1 mile East of Fayetteville, on the Turnpike which
rune from Clunatersburg to Baltimore, the following. Real
Estate, viz: The FARM . on which the family now reside,
containing about III) ACRES of Land. The improve.
:mute /111 n two•storied double front BRICK 1101 ,4E.
and Back Building; Log Baru, Frame Stable. Dram
Home, Wash Home, Carriage biome, Corn Crih. and
other out buildings. There are tree Wells of never falling
Water, supplied with Pumps. in the premises; pas at the
liouse,•ubder cover; and the other at the arable; alga nu
Also—At the same time and place, a FARM In Guilford
ton whip, 1 mile south of Fayetteville, adjoining lands of.
C. A. Funk, John Crawford,. Abrnlmm Dnll and others, -
einduining about 153 ACRES. The improvements' are a
o stnried LOG HOUSE (veatherboArded,) and Frame
Kitchen; a good Log Barn, con' Crib, and other neees
mil' buildings; a Well of excellent Wutrr. supplied o Rh
a Para!), ;tad a young Orchard of choice Fruit Trees.
The coil on this and the above Farm, Is of good quality,
in aline Slide of oultivatioti, aii - dquite productive.
Also—At the same time and place, a Tnict of 310 UN.
'FAIN LAND, situated partly ih Green and partly in Guil
ford township, Franklin county, ailjuining lands of the
late Thonneclitcans, Joseph Stahl's Ifeirs, and Geo. Rein.,
file's Heirs. Containing about 119 ACRES.
Also At the same time and place, a Tract of - MOUN"-
TAIN LAND, in G nilford township. Franklin county, ad
joining the til.ye and lands of Halter Hughes, Geo. Mc.
Ferran and Thomas MOnO, darod, containing about. We
Also—At the name time and place, a Tract of 310F\=
LAND, situated in Green township, Franklin co,
adjoining lands of James BighatieS heirs, 'Thad. Stevens
and dames Renfrew, containing about 119 Acres.
All of these Tracts of 3fountain Lund are covered with
good Timber, are conveniently situated to the turnpike,
unit accessible by good roads.
Persons wishing to view these'Properties can have. an
opportunity of doing so by calling on me at Mr. Stevens'
Caledonia Iron Works, pr on Mr. Carnahan, at the Man.
Sale to commence at 11 o'clock lOn cold day, when tho
conditions dealt., which willbe such m to snit purchasers,
will be male known by JOHN G. BIOHAM,
oct 5-ts For the Hein.
[Harrinbarg Telegraph and Lancaster Eramtner insert
weekly to, and send Milo to thio office 1
QTATES ITNION HOTEL, OPPOSITE
tbitebanou Valley and Pennsylvania Ratlroad De
pots, flaicis' burg City. Pa.. .This convenient and pleasant
Hotel is now kept by the undersigned, late of the Indian
Queen in Chambersburg, and he invites the patronage of
his old Mends and thepublie generally. Terms moderate.
ocCv-tf • • JOHLN W. TAYLOR.
PROCLAMATION.—To the Coroner,
the Justices of the Peace, and the Constables of the
different Townships in the County of Franklin. Greeting
Snow all ye, that in pursuance of the
_precept, to me di:
reefed, trailer the hand and seal of the Gm:. ALEX Knit:,
President of the several. Courts of Common Pleas, in the
Siiteenth District consisting of the counties of Somerset,
li`rdforiU Fulton and Franklin, and by virture of his riffled
of the Court of Oyer and Tgininer and General Jail Deliv4
erY fur the trial of capital and other offenders therein mat
in the General Court of Quarter Sessions of the Peace, and
W. W. PAXTON. and JAMES 0. CARSON, Esqs. '
the same counts' of Franklin. You and. each of you are
hereby required to be and appear in your proper renew;
faith your Records, Eceogairanees, Examinations. and
other Remembrances before the Judges aforesaid. at Churn
bersburg. at a Court of Oyer and TerminerOd General
Jail Delivery, and General QuarterSest••ions the Peace,
therein to be luaden for the County of Franklin aforesaid'
on the 3th Monday in Ocodor,bring the 31st day of the
month, at 10 o'clock in the - forenoon of that day then and
there to do think, things, which to your several offices ap
Given untlermy lung atelnimbergbarg, the 3th °Mu
ller, 1861 toetbl SAMUEL BRANDT, Sheriff.
- VALUABLE FARM FOR SALE.—
, The subscribers offers at Private Sale' his Farm sit
uated about 3-4 of a mile from Quincy, containing 151
ACRES. El of which is in Timber and thriving Chestnut
—The farm is of the best quality of LEVIESTONE LAND,
except a few acres which is gravel soil and all in a high
state of cultivation. If purchasers desire it the subscriber
will reserve 30 acres leaving for sale 121 ACRES. The
buildings will then be in the centreof the farm and con
venient to every field. The improvements area large
BRICK HOUSE. with a portico and porches, a new:
BRICK BANK BARN, 50 feet long, with Wagon Shed
and Corn Crib, attached, a large new fraMe Hog Pen,
Double Frame Carriage House, Brick Wash House, Smoke
House, Bake )veil. and Otherbllt-buildings, in good re
pair. all the buldings being under Cypress and Pine roof s, with tin spoutiil' g to each. There is a large Cistern close
to the barn, used for Stock, rid one near the kitehen.—
There is a Well of excellent water in the yard. There is
also a variety at choice fruit, such as Pears, Plums Peach
es. antl Gmpesi in the. yard, and a geed ORCHARD of
young :thriving Fruit on the premises.
Persons wish ng - to view the land can do est:, by calling
on the subscriber. [octs-I.m] JOHNTMIDDOUR.
.. Repository eFy lm. and send bill to this office for col.
lection.—Reeor . : • i ,
A , J. 1.5 c. H.'3l. W. H 'I
• 1 . ,
Have Opened their , , •
CLOTHNG AND PL'RNIS ) ir stx es a ORE
.111 the Stool Building , 01 Second street, two, loon
nerd" the Poet Office, and opponite
a good assortment of
and a general assortment of
GENTS' FUTINLSA:MG GOODS.
LETTERS REMAINING UNCLAIMED
In the Post Oftici, at Chrombetabiut l State of Penn
sylvania, Oct. 4, 1564.
EV''To obtain any of these Letters, the applicant mart
call for "advertised Letters," giie the date of this list, and
Pay one cent liar.advertising
Antes Was B 2 illeiliman Henu
Baker Geo ' Heckman DavidA
BakerE t Heck David .31
Blake Annie E
Jonas Miss Iliziet
Lewis Richard '
M'Feely Miss MA
Bon - ens Mrs S
Bowers S A
Byhrs .4 A -
Carr Prank P
WEneer Miss R
.Mitchel Maj D
Moon Miss MaryA
Mischief Miss L
4 O'Dell Mrs M J
Ord% Win -
'Porter R W
Petition Segt S W
'Prim Miss Lizzie
Pottiger Geo D
Reed -Miss Eliza.
Cremei G G
Curfman Geos 2l
Dacre alba C:
Davis R S
Ewing Wm II
Foeter Sergi Isaac
German John 2
Dehrieker Fred !
Grovel Miss N B
Goggi i t John
Hage an Georgia
Rams Wm S
Ho up an John
L4B T OF CAUSES FOR TRIAL °C
TOBER TERM, 1864: " 1 ,
T. MI a Carlisle surviving /
Part3Arallobizon&Carltsle, $ vs. 13°4 P hrea ' er 's Aan . '
314111 '6c Sol. Ely, vs. Franklin Funk. .
El:Munn! Kuhn, - vs. W. Crook's Elm
Sara 4 Bowman, . _ vs. W. Bowman.
3L. ZMlern, - . vs. James Rule.
Bahl'. Philippi, vs. John •Ashway. -
S. S. M. Pennock & Co., vs. WM. Reber.
Mb...hoe Trindle nod Z . •
Sandel B. Doyle, , i • en. Mary Ann Clarke.
John Tritch. . . vs. Joseph Price.
vic .1 A. EL Cramer, John
' Gelwieks and others.
_. S Simon Bitner Adtn'r.
I of Philip Kyner.
vs. John Shoop.
re. A. S. Attains et. aL ...,
vs: Beteißrough, et. al, . i
vs. Wm. Keyie-r.
.. 5 Dr. John Lambert, &
`"' 1 John Huber.
Henry Kreager, Jr.,
I's. . for the use of Adm're
of J. H. 31iller.
Geor le (lairs use, . _ TR. John 14. Tri fl e,
John 'nyder and Wits. vs. Wm. Christ.
Alnu mu Hem. vs. Daniel M. Reisher.
oe , . - K. S. TAYLOR, Proth'y.
Sol. I uker, .
3. J. lionnedy'n EerP,
Andrew J. Luchbauru
Vit)R.RIS, STERNE - & - 00 3 . DEALERS
, I i IN ' WATCHES, JEWELRY AND PLATED
WA E.—We offer to purchasers throughout the United
State a large and splendid assortment of Jewelry and Pla
ted Ware of every description at prices which defy compe
' Ur ARTICLES SENT BY MAIL Free of Charge.
Pori tile benefit of persons wishing a. newt, pretty, and
usefu article at a moderate price, - we attach the following
price ist : .
1. les handsome Neck Chain $ 1.00; single stone imilis
lion 1 iamond Ring p'l : Cluster imitation Diamond Ring
N. 51,,; eavy Plated West Chain 81.25; Heavy Plain Rings
. Kalil tams the strongest acid) 81 1 ; Heavy Plated black en
amelied Sleeve Buttons 50 cents; gents /angle stone or clus
ter imitation Diamond Pita; $1; magnificent Bracelets
SL2I I ; handsomely chased Medallions 8125; Pea and
Pencil with extenn case $1.50; Ladies' beautiful Revob
ving'in ban be worn either side) 81.25; Ladies' small
or Garnet Pis.' ; handsome ladies' set of Pin and Drops
Coral: Carbuncle or Opal sets $1.25; fancy Watch Keys
$1; Ladles Lcug Guard and Chatelaine Chains 81; genu
ine (Tata Percha Pitts firrthair or likeness 815 Seal Rings
$1; dor black Ball EaiDrops 30,eents 5 children's hand
some Carbuncle or Coral Armlets 81; Vest Hooks. fancy
pane ts, 511 cents, Carbuncle Studs and Sleeve Buttons
$1; ih er-plated Butter Knives sl.soper pair ; Silver pla
ted ... petals 8 . 2N1 per half dozen.
Al artielrr Warranted to girt, saris/a/vim: or mnney're•
°niers filled Immediately., A liberal reduction in
will be made on orders fotialnumber &articles at
resell orders to NORRIS STERNE'. & CO,
.5,3m] 3111- Walnut St, !'bile„ Pa.
GISTER'S NOTICE 7 AII persons in
1 terested will please take notice, that the following
A untants have filed their Accounts in the. Register's
OM • of Franklin County and that the same wilt be pre
sent d to the Oorphan's dourt fat ennfirmatlonrin, Hidnas•
day he 2nd day of Novatiber,' 1864, in lihambersburgi
13,. First and final Account of, Isabella Armstrong,
Adn 'ex_ of John Armstrong. late of Hamilton hero.; deed.
r Flit partial Account of Hannah Plum, Adin'rx. of
Clitian Plum, late of St. Thomas twp.., , deed. • ,
1. . First Account.of John. Shirts and A. J. Unger,
Ad 're, of David Unger, late of Peters twp., dro'd.
139. Fuze Account of S. H. Runts, surviving Adm'r.
of john Renfrew, late of Drillford twp., decd.
1411... First Account of S. R. Hums, Adm'r. of J. T. Ren
frew„ latti , ot Gamed twp., deed.
141. First and final Account of Wm. BosSert, Adnir.,
Il.1". A. Of &therm Trefier, Into of Hamilton twp.. deed.
142. Fleet nod final - Amount of Martin Hetntzetman,
Ad 'r. of S. W. Heintzelman, Intent Huilfonl tivp., deed.
1 3. Fimt and final Account of Martin Helutzelman,
(furdirin of Sarah H. Stahl, minor child of Joseph fl e tahl,
Firvt and flnal Aemant of Dnniel ZneL, Ex.'r.
First and final I,ount of 11. M. Martin, Ex'r.
DlyerA, dee'd. .
146. F]nd and finaliAtrouni of Anna) F. Ipngert,Adnfr.
of Anna W. Wingert, deed.
147. t , itial Amount of Sannuilfrnutlinver nud Hieture
1, .x'ro. of Geo. Bruhtbue'ef, tate of Guilfonl t‘Cp.,
d prd. •
FtrAt and final Amount of Jogiab lie ore. deed.
rdian, of John Foreman. as stated by 'John R. Ceo •
and Jeremiah Bosom, Adam. of Josiah itenore. ,
149. First and final Account of James Stark, 1.11.1: of
Robert Lovc, late.of Fatima, dead.
O. First` Account of Wm. 'Slatiglienhnup, Adair C.
T. A. of Ntiney Cluptou, late of Quin,twp.. deed.
151. First and final Amount of 3. cy Cook, Adm . r. of
Peter Reed, late of layettelille deohL
•152. Aecount of Mary Adm'rx. of David
Smith, late of Soutliamptou twp., deed. , •
153. Phial Account of John Shellia,, Guunliun of Mar.
ituret E. and liellen V. Stalin, minor children of John
deed, am stated by Sanbud Grossman, Eir:of
Ei4. First and flail Account or Mary E. Campbell,
Maim. of Hugh L. Campbell, late of Fannett tap., deo'd.,
' 155. Account bf Peter Kunkebrimi, Adia'r. and Miry J.
J. Leniatter, Adafri. of John &liver, late of Petera tap.,
-150:. ectnatt of Walter Beatty, Adner. D. B. N. C. T. A.
of Catharine Beans., late of .Antrim talh, decd.
Account of T. J. Nill, Esq., Admlr. of Charlotte
Smith, Tote ofChainbersburg,:dec'd.
llie. First Account 4if Michael Bushey, Ader. D. B. N.
of Jonathan Wright, late of Patera to deed. -
tPI First and Anal Account of W. W. Britton, 'Adufr.
11.i,11. N. C. T. A. of Elizabeth Bealman, late of Letter
krhny tap., dec'd.
• 16U. First andtnal Account of Moses Kunkel, Ada!:
of ,Gco. W. Lockett, late of Southampton twp., deed.
161. First Account of W. W. Britton and Wrn. P. Ram.
_A dra'rs. of John W. Ramsey. deed.
162. First and final Account of David Negly and Abra
lono Miller,,Adtra'rs. of Mary Miller, late of Montgomery
363. First and final Account of MioNtel EL Stoner, E.er
of Samuel Ejtz, late ofWeahtngton dec'd.
ivts HENRY STRICKLER, Registry.
A D3HIcISTRATOR'S NOTlCE.—No
tioe'lvhereby ygiven that Letters cd%Admixdatratioa
ou the ,Esistent Mrs. Erisabeth Hoover,- late of Antrim
.township, deed, have been grunted to the undersigned.
- All persons binning themselves indebted td said Estate
will please make immediate payment; and these baring
claims present them properly authenticated for settlement.
orts - ABRAHAST, Adm.?.
TRUSTEE'S SALE.—There will be es
poked to fade, by may or Public'outcry, on the prem
ises, in St.,Tjaimas township. Plan lin county, on the 3d
day of Yore - ether, 4, D., 1864. at 10 o'clock. :A. M.. the
following Real Estate, viz:
Peapart 1 being the MANSIO PARBI; of decedent,
situate in 'Hamilton and St. Thomas townships!, on the Warm
Spring Road; about 8 miles trout Cliambe 'mg; contain.
tar 90 ACRES and 109 PERCHES neat djolning lands
of Joseph Christman, Lewis Dettich and others, with a
BRICK-CASED DWELLING I HOGS , Log Bartz,
Wagon Shed and other builder., There s a Cider Pres.,
do the premises, and three Wells 'of good 'titer. About
80 Acres clear and under good fence; with good Orchard
of choice Fruit.
Purport' being the "Kahn Triset." eltuate also on the
Warm Spring Road, adjoining Ike Mansion tract, lands of
Jacob Krider, and other:, containing 77 ACRES and 116
PERCHES neat with is two story LOG DWELLING
HOUSE, Stone, Log and Brick, Bank Btut4.and' other
buildings thereon erectrt. This is all clear fond, has a
good Orchard and a IS ell of never.failing Water.. Of the
cleared land 12 Acres is good Meadow.
Purptirt 3, containing' 5 ACRES and 70 PERCHES'
neat; with tt - BRICK DWELLING HOUSE and Log
Stable thereon erect to on the road teaditigi from
Elliott's Tas era to St I's Mill, in same township, adjoin.
hog land. of Lewis Detith, Isaac Knhnand others.
Purico 1. containing/IX ACRES and 30, PEACHES
neat, 31O1'4TA IN LAND, situate. iu Peters township,
adjoining /and, of Wan. M'Grath, E Kuhn and others,
TEIOI% of S.U.E.—One.third, less expemm and fees, to
remain in the land for the use of the widow for life, at her
death ,to be paid to the heirs of C. Plum, deo'd; thebalanmi
to be paid one-half Ist April, 1865, wheu possseasion will
be given, the other half Ist April, 1866, with interest from
Ist -April, 1865, to be scoured eu the premises. '
oets ADAM PLUM. Trustee of C. Plum, doe'd.
QTATEMENT SHOWING THE AS-
K" sessed value of all property cab& taxtibie by the laws
of this Commonwealth, in the - several townships and bor •
oughs (except Chambersburg, which is not yetrettu'ned) in
Franklin County, made in conformity to the Act of Assem
bly, passed the 27th day;of July, 142:
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Scott John 'P
'Shafer Mrs J A
Shank John S
Spangler Hiss LN
Stoner David B
Stine John C
Struck 1) S
103 Agaiiira - Pt cClv' 4 711
F. 2217,94485 r
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[Star Miss Liuie 2
I Thomas 1 W 2
Toms John M
jWalbarn Mis E M
Weldon Miss A
Whitener •N W
Wining H -
W - mn Lewis P
2 . 3 1 •to ::-.. to •. -• t•-• ,••• to .. 1 • may 2 177PIDA
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ili :6 . E . , • ' .6ES - 6888: VV.: ziz4 i
The Commis' Moneta pill determine finally, on Monday,
the 'l7thlstdi of October, - whether they will raise or reduce
any of the above raluationa By order of the Board of
Commissioners, rizo. FOREMAII, Clerk.
Connniasioners' Wilco, Sept. 27,1861.
Whereas, in and by an Act of the General Assembly
of the Commonticalth of Pennsylvania, entitled. "An
net relating to the Elections of this Commonwealth," pass.
ed the 3cidav of July, Anno Domini 1839, It is made the
duty of the Sheriff of every' County Within the Common.
wealth to give public tiotiee of the General Elections, and
in such notice to enumerate—.
• lat—The.Officers to be elected.
33—Designating the places at which the election is to be
SA3IIItEL BRANDT, High Sheriff of the County of
Franklin, ,do hereby make known and give This PUBLIC
NOTICE to the Electors of the County ofFmnklin, that
ON THE .213.. TUESDAY OF - OCTOBER, NEXT,(be
ing the 11th day of,the month) a General Election will be
held at the several Election Districts established by law'
in mid county, at which time they will vote by ballot for,
the several officers, hereinafter named, viz,
One perrion fur President Judge for the Sixteenth Judi
cial District, composed of the- Counties of Franklin, Ful
ton, 'Bedford and Somerset:`
One person for Congthas, to represent the 17th Cony''.
&nal District, of Pennsyllania, 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 Represent'''.
..tives of the general Assembly of Pennsylvania, to repre
sent the Counties of Franklin , and Perry in the House of
Representatil es of the General Assembly of Pennsylvania,
One person to fill the office of County Commissioner for
the County of Prnnklin.
One person to fill the office of Director of the Poor for
the County of Fianklin.
One peracin to fill the office of Auditor for the County of
One perm to fill the office of Coroner for the County of ,
The mid Elections _ rcitl be held throughout the County
At the Court Rouse In the Borough or Charaheraburg,
for the North Ward of raid Borough, and part of Gl:Word
At the-am/Se of J. W. Taylor,- for the South Ward of
Atthe-Publie House of John - Gordon, atthe West Point
of Chranbersburg for the township of Hamilton.
At the School House in Fayetteville, for pat:4 . of the
townships of Guilford and amen. ^ •
, At the Public House of Martin ShoemakerTindreetrill
lap, for part of Green township.
At the Western School House, in the town . of St. Tholo r -
AB, for the township of St. Thomas.
At thnSehool House in the town of Fannettaborw,
the township of Metal.
At the Sehoot House, in the town ofitonbttry, km Ow
tOwnship of Lurgon.
lit the House of John Harvey, for port of the township
At the School Howe, in the town of COMM* for part
of the township of Fannett, ana.
At the nett• Stone School Bowo In Moirowatown
stet, for the other part of Fanned townahip.-
At the House now occupied by Geo. Anderson in the
village of Quincy, lorthe township of Quincy.
At the :Western School House in Waynesboro, for this
township of Washington.
At the House of John H. Adonis in Greencastle, for An ,
trim and port of the townships of Peterrand 3fontgomery.
At thri School House, on the land Michael Cookin War
ten township, fur the township of Warren.
At the Strasburg School House, for the township bf Let
At the House of James Mullen, - in the town of Laudon,
fl.ir pat of the township of Peters. .
At the Log House on the farm of Jacob Elliot, for the
,WSlsh Hun District being part of Montgomery torroshi, p.
At the House of Thomas McAfee. in Mereersbutg, for
parts of the townships of Peterr and Montgomery.'
.4r the Mount Rock'School Hotta. in Southampton tomt
it* for part of the township of Southampton.
At the Eastern School House in Orrstown, for the other
part of Southampton township.,
NOTICE I.THEREBY OTVE'N--!' That every per
son excepting Justices of the Peace, Who shell hold any
Mike or appointment of profit or trust under the United
States or of this State. or a city in Incorporated District,
nitether a eommissioned officer or otherwise, who is or
shall be employed under the Legislative. Hieentive or
Jtidieiery Department of this State, or of the United States,
or of any Incorporated District, and also, thatevery mem
ber of Ceugress and of the ;State Legislature, and of the
Select or Common Cmuntil of any City, or Commissioner
of tuTlneorpoutted District; is by law incapable of hold.
ing or exercising ut the time. the office or appointment of
Judge, Inspector or Clerk of tiny election of this Common
a-Calth, and that no Judge,' Inspectors or other officer of
such election, shall be eligible to bo then voted for."
And the mid Aet of Assembly, entitled "An Act rela
ting to Elections of this Commonwealth," lamed July 3,
Mel, further pnivides, as follows, to wit:
" That the inspectors and Judges ihall meat at the res
pective places appointed for holding the elections in the
District in whibh they may respectively belong, before
9 o'clock, on the morning of the ed Tuesday of Oetober,
and each of said Inspectors shall appoint one Clerk who
shall be a qualified voter of inch 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 shelithave re
ceived the rwcond highest number of votes for Judgeat
the next preeeeding election, shall act as Inspector in his
place, And in case the person who tuts received the high
est number of votes for Inspector shall not attend the per
son elected Judge shalt appoint en Inspector in his Otter,
and ib case the person elected Judge 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 board for the space of one how after
the dare fixed by law foi the opening of the election, the
qualified voters of the township, ward or district for which
snob Aker shall hive been elected. present at the time of
election, shall elect one of their number to fill the vacancy."
Particular attention is directed to the Act of Assembly
passed the 27th day of Februarv," 1349, entitled " An Ant
relative to voting at Elections in the Counties of Adams,
Danphim.York, Lancaster, Franklin Cumberland, Brad.
- ford Centre. Greene and Erie" Nia
"-§ 1. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Rep
resentatives of the Coinmonwealth of Pennsylvania in
'General .ftsgeniblytnet, and it is hereby enacted by the
authority of the semi., That it shall be law fal for the qua
tled voters of the Counties of Adams, Dauphin, Lancaster,
York, Frasklin,Cumberland, Bradford,Centre, Greene and
Erie, from and after the passage of this Ac 6 to vote for
candhlatei for the various allege to be Alba many elec
tion on one election on one slip or' ticket: provided, the
officer fur which every candidate is' voted for shall be dee.
t atr, as required by the existing laws of the Conuncnt
" § 2. That any fraud ixnamltted bye* oreee. voiln
to the manse Om prescribed, shall be eamikal 16 ets
Call 4, a 0
~IBC~WIT~ Cl~ttt Al. lt. ~
Dar frauds Bre directed to be punished by the rdsting Lure
of the Cuormumurealth."
• Tor the information of the electors of Franklbreounty,
publish the following, being the 4th section of the Act of
theCtrcrai Assembly of the session of 1851, entitled," An
Act to' provide for the election of Judges of the IMMO!
Courts of Ms Commonwealth, ond, to regulate Certain
dicial Districts: -
" " 4. Thai the election for Judges shall be held and;
eondneted In the several election Distrets In the stuneuzu
ner in all respects 'as election for Representatives are or
shall be conducted, and by the same Jr:ldg% Inspectors
and officers, and by the provisions of the Act of the Gen-
Mal Assembly, entitled, "An Actrehating to the eleclitms
of this Commonwealth, approvedthe 2d of July, 1519,
and its severalsupplements and all other like laws as for
as the same shall be in force andapplicable, shall be deem
ed and taken to' be the election of Judges r Provided, ,
That the aforesaid electors shall 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 sepa
rate piece of paper.
It shall be the duty of the several Ablie93olB, respect-
ively, to attend at the place of holding every fleaprol,
Special, or Township election, during the whole time said,
election is kept open, for the purpose of giving Informs- '
lion to the Inspectors and Judge, when ca ll ed on, In rela.
ton to the right of any person as sessed: by them to -rote at
such election, and arch other matters in relation to the
assessment of voters as the said ,Inspectors, or either of
theta, shall from time to time require.
"Ito 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 stain have resided in the State M least
one year, and In the election District where he offers tennis
at- least ten days Immediately proceedingsuch election, and
within two years have paid a State or County tax which
shall have been assessedat leasttendays before the electitra,
But a citizen of the Cult States, who has previously been
a qualified voter of any d removed therefrom and '
,returned, and who shall , sided in the election Dis
trict and paid taxes aforesaid s ` II be entitled to vote aft&
residing in this State six months: Provided, That the whits
freemen, citizens of the tinned States, between the ages of
twenty-one and twenty-two years, whohave resided in the
election District ten.days as aforesaid, shalt be entitled to
vote, although they shall not have paid taxes,
"Sttferson shall be permitted to vote whose tamale not
contained itf the list of taxable inhabitantsfornished by the
Commissioners, unless, Irtu_st,,_he produces a receipt the pay
merit, within two years offillate or County tax, moaned
agreeably to the Constitution, and give satActory evidence
=her on his oath or affirmation or the oath or affirmation
of another, that he has paid such a tax, or in failme to
produce such a receipt, shalt make oath to the payment
thereof; or, Second, If he claim a right to veto by Megan
elector between the ages of 21 und 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 melt
proof of residence in the District as to requiredby this Act,
and that be does verily believe, from the accounts gives
him, that he is of the age aforesaid, and give such *thee
evidence as is required - by this Act, whereupon therms
of the person so admitted to, vote shall he hunted la -
the alphabetical, list, by . the Inspector, zed a note vole '
opposite thereto by wilting the word "tax'" he shall
be admitted to vote by reason of having paid tax, Cr the
word "age" if he shall be admitted to vote by reason of
age, and In either ease the reason of sulk vets awl be
called Out to the Clerks, who shall make tkelike 'Meta the
list of voters kept by them. ,
"In all =see where the name of the Person s= a le"
Totals not found oa the Het tarnished by the C
em or Assessors, or his right to vote, volia• fund either -
by verbal proclamation thereto, or by say writthathenes
or not, is objected to by any qualified cilium, it shall be the
duty of the Inspectors to examine such persons on oaths*
to qualifications, and if he claims to have resided within -
the State dad: year or more,bis oath shall be sufficient
proof thereof, but he shall make proof by at least one wit
ness, who shall be a qualified elector, that he has resided
"Within the district for more than ten days neatimmediately
preceding said election, and shall also himself swear that
his bona fide residence, in pursuance °this lawful main,
is within the District, and`that he did not remove labs the
said. District for the purpose of voting therein.
"Every person qualified as aforesaid, and who shall
wake due proof, if required, of his residence and
of taxed, as aforesaid, sludlbe admitted to vote In NTa mt 11.1ra
If may ward, p or district in which he shall reside.
erson shall prevent or attempt to prevent as
officer of the election under thisact from holding snob elec-
tion, or me or threaten any violence to an such officer, or
'shall interrupt or improperly interfere with him in the axe- -
cotton of his duty, shall block or attempt to block up the
window or avenue to any window where the same maybe
holding, or shall use or practice any intbnidarlon, threats,
force or violence with the design to influence undnly„ or
moats, any ele ctor, or to prevent hire ftvm voting, or to
retain the freedom of choice, such person onconviction shall '
be fined in any run Detainee:tut' gave hundred dollars and
to be imprisoned for a time not - less than one or more than
twelve months, anti if it than be shown to the mod where
the trial of, such offence shall be bad, that the person so
offending was not a resident of the city, vrard,"ict or
township where the said offence was committed, an I not
entitled to vote therein, then on conviction beshanlbe, sen
tenced to pays fine of not less than one hundred net more
than one thousand dams:end to be imprisoned not Isla than
six months nor more than two years. ' 1...._
"If any person or persons shall make any bet or N: a 4er
npon,tbe result of any election within this Commonw h,
or shall offer to make any such bet or wager, or printed
advertisement, . 2 .enge or invite any person or personate --
make tractof wager, upon conviction thereof, heat they
shall forfeit three times the amount so offered to bet.
an election in this Commonwealth, oebelug otherwise qual
ified Shall vote out of bin proper district, or if any person
knowing the want of such qualification shall alder procure'
such person to vote, the person, on conviction, shall be fined
in any snm not exceeding two hundred dollars and be im
prisoned for any term not exceeding three months.
If any person shall vote at more than one election dis
trict, or otherwise fraudulently vote more than once on the
same day, or shall fraudulently fold and deliver to the In
spector two tickets together, with the Intent illegally to vote,
or advise and procure another so to do, he or they shall, on
conviction, be fined in any sum not lest than fifty nor more
than five hundred dollars, and be immisonednot lent than
three nor more than twelve months.
any person not qualified to vote in this Common
wealth, ageemddy to law, (except the smut of qualified cit
izens') shall appear at any place of election for the pet:poise
of hotting tickets or of influencing the citizens 4nalilled to
vote, he shall, on conviction, forfeit and pay any sum not
exceeding One hundred dollars for every such offence, and
be imprisoned for any time not exceeding twelve mouths."
4 Agrees* to the provisions of the tilstsectkin of added,
"Every General and Special Election ellen be open be
tweee the hours of 8 and 10 in the forenoon, and sifi con
tinue open until 7 o'clock in the evening, when the poll'
shall be closed."
Pursuant to the provisions contained in the-76th section
of the act first aforesaid, the Judges of the aforesaid districts
shall respectively take-charge of the certificates of ratan,
of the election of their respective districts, and produce them
at a meeting clone Judge from each district, at the Bare'
of Chambersburg, on 4 the third day after the election, being
for the present year on Friday, the 14th day of October
next, then and there to do and perform the duties required
by law of said judges.
Also—That where a Judge by sickness or unavoidable
accident, is unable to attend each meeting of JW.m thee
the certificate of return aforeshid shall be toted erge dt
by one of the Inspectors or Clerks of the election of said
&strict, who shall do and perform the duties required of
said Judge unable to attend.
Given under my handandseal at Chambersburg, this7th
day of Sept, 1664. BARBEL BRANDT, Sheriff.
Sheriffs Office , Chamb'g, Sept. 7, 1064. rseptl4l,
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NEW COrNTERFETF NOTES,
The FACILITIES of the ":Arneriean Bel* Note Re
porter," both FD:ANCIAL A16:0 TYPOGRAPHICAL
SUBSCRIPTION. PER ANN.I3f, IN ADVANCE
Office, lfitt Reath THIRD Street, (ttdrd, Soar.)
op: 4m-Is o:4ldreAs, S. E. 'COHEN, TO)
UNION DISTRICT KEETINGS!
UNION, LIBERTY AND LAW!
NO HUMILIATING ARMISTICE WITH TRAITORS
IN kliMB !
A VIGOROUS SUPPORT OF THE .ARMIES AND
TliE GO VERNMEN
The People of Franklin County are respectfully invited
to attend public meetings at the following named place*:
Greencastle, Tuesday evening
Waynesboro, Wednesday "
Funkstown. Thursday "
Qu ney. Itondn‘ " 10
HON. JOH:4 CESSNA, of Bedford, will positively
speak at Ifereemburg, Welsh Ran, OreenettAle,-Waynes•
born' and. Clmmbersburg.
life,s)az. Stambaugh, IFClure, 24111, Stewart, _Clarke,
Thunman, Fred. Henninger, C. Eyster, - Bottebrake,
Henninger, Goo. Eyster. -,Bvsrett, Agway ; B. Ptiamben,
Seilhomer. Strieklerind others - Will address the meetings.
The People, without dlatinetion of potty, are earnestly
invited to attend.
By order of the Colon Cow Committee.
ttep2B T. JEFFERSON RILL, Cluirmrm.
OONNELLSVILLE AND SOUTHERN
Coudniiisionets named in on net entitled "An Act'Tstrw
pond*, the r flonnellimille and Southern Pennsylvania
way Company," hereby give notice that they will, in pnr•
'nlace of said act. OPEN BOOKS for the purpose of re
ceiving subscriptions to the capital stock of said Railway
Company, ea tle 14th day of October. IPB4, at the hoar of
9 A. IL, at the WASHINGTON ROTEL, in the town of
DEDrORD, Bedford county, 'a., and that they will keep
said books open according to law.
JOHN CERINA, R. D. BanCLat,
WIL 8. HAVEN, C. W. ASIICOM,
Ifin.wat K :slams, D. 0. Gans,
Or.oacr. W. CAss, A. K. wciarns,
Dayi, WASHABASIOn, WILLIAM MIAMIAN,
0. W. BAILNES, 3. 8. YOST,
A R C HLTE C T, SUPERINTENDENT
AND CONTRACTOR OF BUELEIMGB.—L. A.
COLBERT kesioatfoily offers has services to the eitizena
of Chambanburg In the making of Insmi, EiPeakatiao3,
or Eloperintendlng the emotion of Balidinga, CC the moat
reasonable terms; or will undertake &IF temPOrkßY bOnd•
lugs, furnishing kaboi and materials' to snir tha trona.
emersoney. Ow be Dietz at Mnrota's, or at WOAD*
Rani wi th persaiteksi to Hee. 'Mr. Deretwijeet 034;