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pIJIILIC SALE OF VALUABLE REAL
ESTATE.—The heirs of David Bigham, deed, 1,11
o ffer at Pure Sale, on Tucsday, the lstliday of November
next, on the premises, to Green tervitsbiii. Franklin county,
Pa., 1 mile East . of Fayetteville, on the l'oropiko which
plas from Chambersburg to Baltimnie, the following Leal
Estate, 'Viz ;"TheFIARM on Which the family now reside,
containing about 100 ACRES of Land. The improve,
meats are a two-storied double front 13111C1C IiOUSE,
and Baek Building; Leg Barn, Frame Stable, Grain
liouSe, Wash llonse, Carriage House, Corn Crib, and
other out-buildings. -There are two Wells of never failing
Water, supplied-rvith Pumps, oirthe premises: one at the
House, limier cover; and the other - at-the stable; also an
Also—At Ulm-Zane time and pimp. a FARM in Guilford
township, 1 south id . Fayetteville, adjoining lands of
C. A. rank, 'John Crawford, Abraham Dull and others,
containing about. L 53 ACF,ES. The improvements are a
two storieiLLOG HOUSE ,(wealberboarded,) and Frame
Kitchen; a good Log Mira, Corn Crib, and other nef
sary buildings; a Well of excellent Water. supplied
a Amp; and a young (drehard of choke Fruit Trees
The soil on thin and the above F.inO, to of L ....1,1,1317,1n
M a tine state of ettltivatian, and quite pnoiretive.
Also—At the same time and Owe, a Trot of 310t•N.
TA IN LAND. situated portly in Green mat - partly:o
ford touuship, Franklin county- adjoinut , lay& of the
late Thomas Means, Joseph St.ding n co. Mu
dle's Heirs, enntd.ining about 119 ACRES
A1.41--At the same time and place, a - Tract
TAIN LAND, inG afford township Franklin c.emty, ad
joining the alove. and lamb. of Bolger tinglik Geo. Mc-
Fermat and Thalia, Mena4, dee'd, rontaining about 9.142
Also—At the snore time null place, a Traet )I*N
TAIN LAND, ..ituated nt (rumen hove-hip, Franklek 00.,
adjoining hunk of James 11:glnam's hrura. Thad.. Stetvem
111111 Jana, Itentri•w, cant-Anon: übout 119 Aero,..
All of the, Trncts of 31ount.tin Ludt aro covered v.lth
good Timber,. arc conveniently is:muted to the turnpike
and acce..iblfliy pod Nada
Permum wishing to %iaa these Propertici eat have nu
opportunity of doing ,0 by calling im i.el at Mr. :ite%
Caledonlalron Wurk, 4.1. on Mr. Carnahan, at the :Man.
Salo to commence at 11 o'clock ou cant dap, lt lien tiro
conditions or ,ale, which will he a. to -tilt part l.x.er,
Mill be wade known by JOHN It. Ill( :HAM,
I iet s.re Foe the their,.
[Harrisburg. Telegraph and Lanea•ter Examiner insert
weekly tfy and send bills to this °Uwe.)
TWO FARMS FOR SALE.—The sub
-2:MI'R/ex offers at Private Sale, the following valuable
Real Property, to grit: A TRACT ()I' LAND, situate
in Hamilton township. nu the Warm Spring Road. about
39 miles from Chandiersburg. coataimug 21K) ACRES,
more or lets, of isood (int\ efLand. adjoining land- of John
Martin, 0 eorgo Fisher mal Chri•-nni titer. Tim improt e
meats area two-storied BRICK. HOUSE, Brick:m:l l'rame
Bank Barn, Wagon Shed nod Com ('rib Carriage llowo
and other out-buildings. Them to a Well of good Water
at the Dwelling and Co•terns ni Barn .red 11,M, Aluott
25 or 30 Acres of the above troll is well :sot w ith thriving
young TIMBER. Therels a large young DRCIIA RD
ins the premises, now in full bearinr. Alorge Danlen mh
joins the 11,:tvai. and contains 190 I),, art ar roe', nt;
Dwarf Apple Trees, and 45 tine hearing p home variety)
GrapeVinm Thereisabma Tenant Ilouse Stable. Pdaek•
smith Shop, Lime - Kiln. Draw Kiln, Sc., on tlm truer...
:11s.—Au:04r TRACT OF LAND, situate in Ham
flton township, adjoiniug the above, containing I'll ACRES
morn or less, same quality as first described tract, on which
is erected a large . ..two-id:mi.!. DWELLING HDISSE. part
Brick and part Log; Log and Frame:Ram. Cartiage
House, Wagon Shed. Corn Crib, Hog Pen, Cc. There
are two-Welts of good. never-failing Water near the Dwel
hag. There is on this tract nn exeellent - or: hard of Ap.
ple and Peach Trees, together with a variety of other
Fruit near the Rouse. The Garden attached to the above
Premises contains about 50 Grupe "I,lnes. all thrifty aml
produetivq. AtiOut ir) Acres of the 31,0% e tract is Timber
Both of above Farms are to a gmsl state of multiva
tion. havinpbeen limed twice Within a tow years.
Also—A nt 19 ACRES OF MOCNTAIN LAND
situated in ISt. Thomas township, about 2 macs from St.
Thonoks, Weir:ter with young Chestnut.
If the al4we properties are raft sold previous to the 14:1i
day of Orthber, they- illon that day be offered at Public
Sale, on th 9 premises, at I o'clock, P.
sep2l -• JAcnn E. RUTT.
rpItIYSTEE'S SALE.—There will be ex=
1... posed to sale, by way of public outcry, on the prem.
Lees, in St. Thomas township, Franklin aunty, on. *the Ild
day of November, A. D., Itto4, at 10 o'clock, A. IL, the
following Real Estate- viz: ,
Purpart-1 beingrelvessMANSlON FAR3I !of decedent.
situate inliamiledth and SzeThcanas townslops; on the Warm
Spring Road. sp.l;out tenifles froM Chtunbersburg. contain
ing N-ACREN: and 129 PERCHES nett, adjoining lands
of Joseph Chri4man, Lewis Detrich and biller, with a
BRICK-CASED DWELLING HOUSE, Log Barn,
Wagon Shed and other buildings. There Is a Cider Pro's
on the premises, and three Wells of guest W ater. Als'..t
SO Acres clear and under good form, with good Orchard
of choice Prifiti
Purpart 2 being the "Kuhn :Cram.," sitne also on the
Warm Spring Road, adjmning the 31ansion tract, lands of
.1:yob Erider, and others, containing* 77 ACRES and llti
PERCHES neat, with a two story LOGI DWELLING
' lIOUSE, Stone, Log and Brick Bank Barn, anti oche r
, bnildingts thereon erected,* This' is all el'car land, has a
good Orchard. and a Well of never-failing LVater: Ot the
,cleared land 2..... Acres is good Reactor.
-", *l'urpart 3, cramming 11 ACIII/S and ..0 PERCHES
neat. with a BRICK DWELLING 111(PSE sad Log
Stable thereon eructed.. AitlLllo ou the', re, ti leading (tom
Elliott's Tavern trt Stuzel's Mall, in same tA Wl•hil , Illijoni
log lauds of Lewis Detrick, lane Kulin a4sl other,.
littrpart I. containing 139 ACRES and p o 'PERCHES
neat, 310CATA1N LAM). situate in Peteri townd'll ,
udjotnini lands. of Wtn. 311 trath, E Eiden 'ami others.
'Mots trl. tsALE.—Otte-third. ksi -- ...-trpol4..s.st toot ft t.^.. to
remain make !midi, the into of the widow for life, at her
death to be paid to the heirs of C. I'llimi detjd . the balance
to by raid one-half Ist April. li•li.i. when Poss.sessiuu will
be given, the other half Ist April. lE66' % with interest from
let AlAil, 1265, to be secured on thepre, mises.
oct.s. . ADAM PLUM, Trustee of C. Plum, deed.
EXECII TOE'S SALE.--:In pursuance of
the last Will and Testament oi Daniel Conrad. late
of Peters township. Frabldin Co., there will be es
posaelte Public Sale on the premieo, on Saturday, Octo
ber 15th. 1E64. atone o'erock, P. M., the following property,
late the estate of Daniel Conrad, deiibL' A FARM in said
iowhship, lying along the Cove fire Road. one mile from
Cove — Onp, adjoining land of Wm. Wolford and Geo. Cro
mer on the- west. David Unger's libirs on the north, and
others on the east, containing Ir 7 ACRES. with the al
lowance of sand and clay land. There it, about 140 acres
cleared aml in pretty good state at cultivation; 15 acres in
meadow—more meadow-land can beim:le the residue is
covered with valuable Timber. The Improvements con
sist of a ?mei twotstary Log and WeatherboardliOUSE
and Kitchen : Smoke and Granary house a ith cellar antler
it, is the yanl do yf by the dwelling. A good Frame data,
together with the necessary Out-buildings. A gmel ct—
tern and Well of Water are in the card close to the Louie. There is also ha the pmmises„ Young Or hand of choice
Fruit Trees with a variety of other fruit trees. cacti
Plum, Pear. Cherry, &r. A fine large stream of Water
runs through the Farm, to which particular notme in called.
11 also runs through the Barn-yard. making it cons enient
for watering stock. - A Lane extends through the farm
connecting with all the fields.
If this farm Is not sold on said day. it will be OFFER
ED FOR RENT on day of sale. Any Renton wishing- to
.view the foroperty can Felton the subscriber. living on the
Farm [sepal DANIEL CONRAD. Executor.
PUBLIC 'SALE.—By virtue of the last
will and testament of Peter 'Wester, lite of Antrim
ttlrc4l l dP,r deed, will offer- at Public Sale, on the rreatif
ses on Thursday, the 13th day of October nest at 1 &elder,
P. IL ' the following described Real Estate. witnata pattin
Antrim andrart in Washington townsbfrs,Pranklin comity
Purport Ist. Being the MANSION FARMof decedent,
lying north of the Greencastle and Wwymeshoro' turnpike
road, adjOining lands of Jeremiah Corden.:Sanniel Nico
demos and others, containing 10° ACRES and 50 PER•
•C}IES of good, Limestone LAND, with a ,rrapertion of
„Timber. : The impricrernentl two a comfortable DWELL-
Dar' HOVSE, Bunk -Barn, Shed for hay or grain. Wagon
Sii&l and Corn Cnb, Erring Ilonse and Blacksmith Shop,
with all the other necessary . outbuildings. Also a g oo d
Oieltitrd of Gritftelt Frßt. There are two steenms of Wa
ter running through the farm to which the 'steek has ac
cess from all titer fields. I'm:part 12d, Adjoins the above
describtsl tract and lies smith of the turnpike road, contains
'49 ACRES and 25 PERCHES, ulth a ifrorortum of Tim
- her. in onnunnt is a line meadow-, watered by the Marsh
3hn Them is a small Orchard. -Also a Shed for bay or
grain. At thesnme time will be offered an improved AP
-I'LE MILL with a Horse Power for oporating same, with
Cider l'ress attached, all in good order. Any perion do
sirons of viewing the premises n 11l please call on the sub
scriber, or with Jacob Weisser or Nathaniel Itool, resifting
on the premiers. Terms made known on flay of ale.
angal BENJAMIN SNIVELY, Executor.
pIIBLIC SALE.—By virtue of the last
will and testament of John-A. Shank, lute of Quincy
township , dee'd, we will expose to sale, ou the
premises, on Friday, the 14t/Lis.y of October ncrt, the
hieing described Real Estate situate in Quincy townsaill:
l'urpart Ist-being the MANSION PAM t deeendent,
adjoining lands of Jacob Price, Wm, Hade, Stover's heirs
nod others, oontaining 131 ACRES and 32 PEIICHES of
good Limestone Land about 100 acres of -which are in a
good state ofcultivation, the residue is covered with Tim
ber.- The briprovemoulcomlst of rigood and comfortable
DIrti,LIN6, 'HOUSE, New Bank 13am, Cora Crib, and
Wagon Shed. Wash House end Blacksmith Shop with ell
other necessary out-buildings, A maid Well of Water.
Also h good young Orchard of Grafted Fruit. Prirpart 21
adjoins the above descritled tract and lauds of Jacob Prole
Amos Miller, George Greenaw,ilt contains 14 ACRES and
152 Perilhes. A small portion of it in Timber. The im
provements consist of a good comfortable 111/11se, Wash
House, Small Barra-Carriage House, pith all other net
may Outbuilding'. This is a very 'desirable property.
Any pens= desirous of t ieuing the same will please call
an Isaac R. Shank residing nn the premises or with the
Ereentorsilezekiah Shank residing near the premises tind
Benjamin Suively residing near to Greencastle. Sale to
commence atleelick. &Len the tenon will be tnade known.
11.0.zediahn SHANK, t
1.1NJA3111 , 1 SNIVELY.
IAR3I AND' . 'ILL PROPERTY FOR
SALE.—The tuaiersigned, Adminbtrators of John
Beaver, deed, Will offer id Public Sale, in the too 0 of
,Loudon, an Friday, the Zoth of 0 f jo ber, 1E34, the follow•
--- lag Real Estate, to wit i
A FARM, situate,' in Path Valley, about li miles from
London, .ontalning 131tACRES of land , render gorslstate
of- cultivation. 'Tho iinprot ements are a to o.storied
ROUGHCAST HOUSE, Stable and other necessary
braidings. whore is an,Orchard of good Fruit on the farm.
The West Cemovelmagne Creek runs through the land.
Also—TWO TIMBER LOTS,. tuliointhii the above,
Containing.respectively 27 bud ..'"...? Aerea.
Also—At the $Ol4O time will be offered for sale, a large
STOVE GRISTMILL. running 4 pair of Burs. land a
SAW MlLLisitonted In Le..1(10):1. There are also FIFTY
ACRES OF LAND and a HOUSE AND LOT to be
Bold In connection midi the above pioperty.
A ~ TWO DOUBLE L wed in d town, with all
tstorytherbon . nied i Dwelling Hens" Stable and other
lmpm to thereon 'erected.
Sale to commence at 1 o'clock, when the terms will be
made known. PETER I(I3IOCLEMAN, %duets
tier% , MARY JANE LEMASTRR, S s_ ..
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE
FOR SALE: The undersigned will Poll at Private
Sale, his FARM, situate in Montgomery township, Frank.
Du county, Pa., on the public road heading. (nen Mercers.
burg to Williamsport, (the Maryland State Line paPsing
- through it.) Containing ISO ACRES of ilrat-rate
STONE .. LAND. The improvements comist of a largo
D,WELLI4G ROUSE, Bank Baru, Spring li 0.0 awl all
a_ n ereessaiT„ Fat - building& 'here are on thepremisos no% r
WIMA Springs of Water, and a large bearing Orchard
excellent Fruit, eenhisting :,;1 Apples, ream, elle/111'A,
Plano, Peaches and Grapes. The Farm Is In good eon
dition, ad tt ell adapted for raising grain and:-tick. ]'art
of the noose Inlet is natural Meadow, and n :re.] port;on
caveredtrith thriving Timber. A good tale x, 11l be gi‘ on.
Terms made known by the subwriber, residing on the
BY AI: CLIME & STONER, CHANBERSURG, PA., WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER ,I.Z 1864.
cai 05tatc *airs.
ORPIIINS' COURT SALE.—On Satur
day, the _oth day of October earl, ntlo o'clock. A. M.
By virtue of orders of the Orphans' thairt of Cumberland
and Franldin counties, the subscriber, Guardian of the
minor children of David Mowery, late of the Borough of
NA - burg, dec'd, will sell at Public Sole, on the premises,
all that certain TRACT OF LAND, situnte part in I.loLic.
well township, Cumberland county, and pertly in Larger'
township, Franklin county, about 1 mile west of Newburg,
on the road leading from the State "Id to Newcomer's
:Vial, bounded by hinds of the heirs of John Laughlin,
dse'd, Andrew Gross, Robert Elliott, John B. Morrow and
others, containing 231 ACRES and ER PERCHES, strict
measure: The laud is Black Slate of gopi quality, partpf
it having been limed recently. About L9O Aeseo are clear
ed and under cultivation, and the residue is covered With
good Timber. The improvements consist of a large two
story LOG DWELLING HOUSE, large Bank Barn,
Wagon Shed, Corn Crib and other buildings. There is an
Apple Orchard and. a Well of never•fmling Water on the
promises, and the run or stream of watei which divide,
Cumberland and Franklin counties on the North - side of
he Conodegtunet. pas,es through Mb: tract. About 11,1
eres of the land he in Cumberland And the rent in Frank
r in county.
Persons desiring. M see the property are requested to cyt.
on Samuel Chnstlieb, residing, on the premises, or on Da
v itl Wherry, Esq., Newburg. ,
Terms made known on day of sale.
0et.541t DAViD B. BAKER, Guardian.
PUBLIC SALE OF REAL ESTATE.-
By virture of the last :will and Testament of Samuel
Carothers, late of Shirley Township, dee'd will be exposed
to - Public Stilei on the premises, on Friday. the Slot of Ow
toter, next, the well knoll k-o and valuable MANSION
PAII3I, late of said deeeasesl, situate in Shirly Township,
Huntingdon County, Pa., adjoining the Borough of Slur
teyaburg and the great road from Mount Union to Cham
bersburg, sev en miles distant from the Pennsylvania
Railroad and:Canal ,at 3tount Union; containing 152
ACRES AND 95 PERCHES, about 150 acres of which
are cleared and in a good state of cultivation; 55 acres are --
well set with clover; 23 acres are meadow—the remainder
well timbered. The improvements are, a good LOG
HOUSE and double LOG BAILN, with Sheds and other
necessary out-buildings ; a well of excellent water conven
ient to the house, and running water in the barn-cant, as
also in most of the fields. There, are also on the premises
abut 50 grafted apple trees, common in this latitude.
Sale to commence at one o'clock on said daY, when
terms will he made known and due attendance given by
LEWIS CAROTHERS', -
- 7scp7-St ABRAHAM CAROTIIERS, 5
[l.luntite4on Globe, Lewistown Gazttfe, anti Chambers
burg Itcposztury each copy si \ times, ant bend bill to this
ATA L ITA B L E FO1? SALE.
t The Fill,SeribllS ffirelN tit Private Sato' his Farm nit
tutted ahont :140,,t a mile from Quiney,,eontainmg 151
'ACRES, - 1•2, of n 117211 to m Timber and thriving Chebtnut
— , .The farm i 0 of the hoot quality of LurusTioNE LAND, -
except a fen- a, res which is gravel tAul and nll in a high
tbge ot cultivation. If purclui,ers sit 00 it the qubwriher
tall - ro , erve 3J acre!. leaving for sale liii ACRES. The
buildings will then be in the centre of the farm nu!" COll
- to es cry field. The impluvtlaients area large
BRICK lIImUSE with a rertwo and l"trellet , a new
BRICK BANK BARN. hO Met loug, with Wagon !shed
and Corn Cnb attached a large iiew. fraitie Bog Pen,
Double Frame Carriage Hoare, Brick Wash House Smoke
Hiase. Bake Oven, and other out.buildings, in good re
pair, nil the binhlings being under Cypress and Pine roofs.
with tin spontingl, t.; each. There is a large Cistern t.lose
to the barn, used for Stack, cud one near the kitchen.—
There is a Well tgesetWent water in the yard. There is
also 9.3..arirty t^loice fruit. such tis• Pears, Plains, Peach
es. and tlinpes. urd, and a good ORCHARD of
young thriving rOa on the premises.
Persons n islang to slew the laud can do s'o by railing
on the sub,cnber.i, [octs-In:] JOIIN MIDDOCR.
Rtrobitery conil ha. und send bill to this alice for col
lertion. —/ cord.
PRIVATE; SALE OF REAL ESTATE.
The .lab,rit deler.miued to remove We.;
mill sell LI , 110.:‘1.1: FARM . on which he now re,hle4,
pnt.anaw ACItES of Lime and Free Stone Laud, un
'era Mall , tit , 4..f.eultlvati,n, With a two-story WEATH
IIItBOARDED Ni)A KITCHEN, Log Barn
Wagon SLtd and umoar) (At eii shedded) and other nixes
saty out-buildings, There is a Pump of excellent Water
and a C.Ntern in the yard, anti excellent you m. Orchanl of
cLon e Fruit, with rear , : Peueln,, Cherries; d Grupes,
on the prenuse. Tins Fartn'ts situated in Montgomery
township, d'ainklm comae, Pa., iM the road leading from
Mercersburg to Willianeoct. A"...--12 ACRES of fir,t•
rate L1111,t1,1142 Lard ucar the Farin, with good' Fencing%
and well rot is Clnec , . Aloe—A LOT OP ACRES of
Mountain Laud.' containing Che..inut, Rock Oak. Hickory
and lane. 'rut above property will be ,old. ;together or
separate. t.. suit 12urele.ers. If not sold at .rris ate Sate
before the pith nj October. it will on that day of 10 o'clock,
A. M., be offered at Public Sale, when the teiaus win be
made known. Ner..S43l - 1 HENRY 31.-nucrlN. -
TALIJXBLE PEA R M AT PRIVATE
!, S A LE.—The Inelqai:ratd 1,111 otter at Private SA
hi• F-k aitontori ovn,hip. Frnoklin ofonny.
mljoinang lnd, ofJOhu E. and John 31:Clay, Daniel
Juceph 3loweni and others, near the Cum,
tioguitiet't creek, and about 5 miles• from Zithippensburg..
Containing 2 ACHES of good SLATE' LAND, well
limed. Si) acres of thietniet is well TIMBERED. 25
aieres in MEADOW anti the balance in a high stale of
cultivation, all iv excellent tinter and well fenced. The
Improvements are a two storied IegAYEAiIIiERBOAR.D•
ED HOUSE, new Bank Barn 72 feet long, wagon shed
and all other necessary!, and convenient oubbuddintrs.
There is a Well of never failing Water atthe door and
two ORCHARDS of choice Fruit on the premises. _There
it, ales it good TENANT HOUSE en they farm with a
Well of Water convenient and all neveyetrylenblittilthnes.
'Pel,,-ons a ishing to view the Form ran dos,, by calling tin
the sUbSeriber, living in Humiltep town.ldib, or on John
il..sl'Clay. laljuiuing the farm. Ltuni. , l JOHN ZOOli.
PUBLIC SALE,OF V.KLUALE REAL
EgTA'rE.—The updersigte d inte
ntli,tar to romore
. I , Vi:bSt. will sell at Boddie; Sate. o .Sgtnrday, tAr Ifith day
of Uri-ober sect, on the pretrilac, in Gollthrd toareqdp,
Iraakint county, Penna.' ~about 1 tails North of Marion,
live ntilei South of Chamben.latrg. and one-fourth of u
mile from the Franklin Itailreail. a VALUABLE FARM.
dontainsng ACRES of well-161in wed LIMESTONE
LAND;of whir is about S Acres are well Timbered, ad
jiannig lands of Samuel Frederick and others. The in,
proven:ems area laTge two,torisd BRICK DWELLING
HOUSE with Back Balding. a nue and a hull storied
STONE TENANT HOUSE. pith Basement, a Stone
Spring House, Carriage House, a new Bank Barn, and all
other necessary out-buildings, all In good repair. There
is u Spring of never-f Oiling Waterincar - the budding-, and
an excellent Orchard of g. 0.1 Fruit an the farm.
Sale to carmen, e at 1 tichwk. P. SL, on said day, when
the CialdltlollB of Stile will be mash; known. -
trepal-te DAVID GROSSMAN.
pouswe SALE.—Tliki undersig,neff, Ex
1' beutars of the last will and. testament of ;Alma-
Gam Carbaugh, late of Anmm township, deed, mill, by
virtue of - said Will, expose to Public Sale, on the premises,
on Saturday, the 49th day al October Hee:, the following
described Real Estate, viz A certain TRACT of LAND,
lying and being situate in said township of Antrim, 3 miles
North of Greencastle, and abiait Gulf a mile East of Brown's
31iII, hounded all the North by lands of Hollinger's Heim
and John Reneker, on the West by lands of Hullinger's
Heirs and Mt :Lindsay, on the South by land of John liayd
and on the East by hunt of D. Brendle, containing SUCT Y
TWO ACRES and TWENTY FOUR PERCHES, neat
measure, having thereon erected a genii tmestoriedDnicK
DWELLING, Stone Bank Born, and Wagon Shed. all
new. There is on the premises a young Orchard of choice
Fruit, and in Well of Good Water. About twelve ur fif
teen Acres of raid land is CON erect with prime Timber.—
Said Land is in a good state of cultivation, and of excellent
quality. ABRAHAM CA IfBAUGH, JR., , .
tict--It ADAM ZARG ER. rs.
VVALUABLE LIMESTONE FARM FOR
SALE.—The undenigned offers at Pnvate Sale, a
valuable Limestone Farm, situated about too mhos south
of CbarnbeNburg and: mile from the Waynesboro' road,
adjoining, lands of Michael Lesher and Wm. Vanden 7.ron
taming 133 ACRES, of Limestone Land, under good cub
ti ration. About 115 Acres (leased and the 1.,,Lim;,. is u ell
Timbered. The bnprovements 1111,,int of a two.storicd
L WEAT II ERBOARLIED DWELLING,, 'lush
House, SlViff, Barn. Wagon shed, Carnage limn., and all
nocessary out buildings. There is a WelLvf er failing
AV,t er near th e d o e nuer, suit', lent for Icatiiiiig
There is an (11;CIIARtj of choice fruit mi•the premises.
Persons wishing tin view the property can do en by calling
at the Farm. if not 'Fuld before Frtday, the 21xt day of
(18rzi6er, it will on that day, at 1 o'cloek, be Offered at
Public Salt. [oct.s.stJ SA311:111, BUTT,
VALUABLE STEAM TANNERY FOR
SALT .—The undersigned will sell at Private Sale,
hie TANNERY, known tut the Comer Tannery, with
Steam and Water Potter, SAW MILL, Chopping-Mll,
Stocks for breaking hides, &e. The Tannery has eight
Looehes, d Vats, Limes and Water Pool, and lit' capable
of tanning rioo heavy lath; a year. There are tit'o Lou
DWELLINC, lIUUbLS, Barn, Stable and other neces.
sury oubbinliling,, comas tel a ills the 'Tannery•, ;mast/mut
bit Acres cleared, el trait the wilt sell any
tinatztity of 17111 'a-lilt the Tannery, from 1110 to 7111Aeres,
deer f0)0 A eves are Timber, and all ample supply of
Chestnut Oak Burk to run the Tannery for Lily ) raft. It
is hiu Uated 11.1.1117 mitre Sl/Wll edet o f Illercen.burg., mn
Licking Crook. Terms made , I (NS. For further pnrticu.
Inrf whim , ' the nnth•prigned, at Mer: - •,:rybog.
Co, Pa. • (unglg.tt) C.. METCALF.
REAL ESTATE AT PUBLIC SALE..
The undentigned will offer at Pith& Sale, on the
pietni.,, in Hamilton timnship, about 'lf miles south of
Chambershure, On the Conococheague Creek, one Mao
e , t f the Greenobtle mad, am 'Thursday, the 5711 i Or.
tobcr,'all.that FARM coomming about 217 ACRES, inure
or less, part Limestone and part Slate. The buildings
onlrist 4,1 two DOW BRICK DWELLING HOUSES, two
trued Bunk Hanes, with other nece.sary baddiugs. Their
is a not or failing Well of Water near the Home an d also
Running Water on the farm. Also is yard Orrhard of
fruit. The buildings are located in each manner as to
divide the Property into two farms, Unit will lie bold to.
gether or divided an may suit Purchasers.
- Sale to rommence ut 10 o'clofk, A. M., when the terms
will be made known. fungal] PETER CHRIST.
QMALL FARM FOR SALE.-1 he sub
seriber will sell at Private Sale, the SMALL FARM
on which ho now 11.14Eles, situate in Antrim towuship,
Franklin county, about nix miles from Greencastle, on the
Canhtottn road, adjoining lands of Samuel 31) ern and
others, containing about 40 ACRES, all cleared land, in
oat order and under go.sl flame. There is a YOUNG
ORCHARD of thrifty trees on the place, nod a Well et
excellent Water. The improvements ronsiht of n two
story LOG DWELLING HOUSE, a Rank Baal 12,feet
long, and well finished, and all other neeessary out.build.
legs. Posdession 0 111 be given on the let of Apnl, 1001.
Terms will be made knee,u on uprizeation to the sub.
tardier, residing on the premises.
oct2l-If _ - SAMUEL C. CRIDER.
I ) E S Lit A B I. E RESIDENCE FOR
SA I,1•;.--1 offer at 'Private nalo my Residence ,/n
',road !it rt, aiti, Abe grounds and buildumi tUtnelmil to
l'orsm.sMn gIN en April . 1,0,1865.
• o..tri !?Art JOSEPH f!LAIIKE.
rVOWN LOT FOR SALE.-My Lot on
ALL,. Stroot, Anulcn uv the Berlin propertv, %rill be
' 4 ' 4l
it rrivate Stile (Pie1. 4 4 . :1 11, 1 IMAM; 111 ITTON.
Ural Q7state sates.
lEPLER, CLARKE & CO'S SAW
SD PLADIING MILL YOU SALE.—The under
having pgriniaed for Healy u year Iniht.toglo3e
10 and complete SA)VING ANI) WOOD-WORK.
'STAI3LLSII3IENT, - with all the stock andfixtu.res
. . .
ted with it, including Teams, Wagons, dx. Also
et& of Wood Land, and two large house..., and a
capable of containing nine horses.
establishment is ha, well known in this community
minute description, and the successful character of
its 1)115 IreSS, fur seven years past, as well as its prt,94) , ClS
fur the future, is fully understood.
Pref •renre will be given to Mime purchasers; if appli
cation be ulnae in due time. • Possession given the Ist of
January next lIESIII7 SIIEPL EP.,
- JOSEPH CLARKE,
Chambersburg, mit:i-2m JOUR I'. CCLI3EIITSON.
ORPHANS' COURT SALE.—By virtue
of an order of the Orphans Court of Franklin county,
the undersigned, Administrator of the Estate of Isaac Be
mesderfer, deed, will.expose to public sale, on the premi
ses, on Saturday, the Q'tnth day of October. the tidlonung
scribed Real Estate, situate no the township of Antriin;'2l
- math cast of Greencastle. and near the LeiterNbarg
road, adjoining lands of Henry Stine,-Jame and William
Hinton and Martin Mickley, containing 7 ACRES and Ott
PERCHES, The improvpments are a convenient LOG
DWELLING HOUSE aild KITCHEN, Wash House
Smoke House. Leg, tarn. it,Well of never failing Water,
and choice Fruit. The-labia is under good fence, and iu
Sale to commence n t o'clock, I.3Nltifrrtiie terms
will be made km [octs4lt] JOHN ROWE,Trustee.
FOR SALE IN ST. TIIOMAS
NSIIIP.—Tbe undersigned offers at - Priv:lmi
PARM, snuated m St. Thomas township, on tbo
load leading from Guyer's Tavern to Loudon. 6
,rtethe latter place, containing about 2,(X) ACRES
!• TE AND GRAVEL LAND, about SO Acres of
s cleared ontlate.balauce in THRIVING TIM.
and C I
e linprovements are a LOG HOUSE, Log
ml 4 Tenant Holism and a good Apple °reliant
Cherry and Pear Tiires. Alan—A SAW MILL
LOPPING MILL, in good running enter, with 1$
ead and fall. This property would afford a good
nity.to make money. Pur terms aptiy to the bah
residing un the premises.
FIcED . K. GILBERT.
HOUSE AND LOT FOE SALE IN THE
borough of M'Connelsburg, Fulton county, Pa.—
Large Double TWO STORY 11 - OUSE, Eleven Rooms,
Kitchen. Wool, House; dre TWO LOTS OF GROUND,
hoice Frtut ;nal Shrubbary; Stabling for thirty-five
Lured. L0,01 , 111:1.1' bluhling. suitable fir a H o tel, hav
ing been u,ed to a 'raven] for a number of years. First
rate Well of water 011110 ,ber. All im good valor. The
sate-era), will sell at a barg-ain and g ive re,e.siou at
one- time. For inform:Mon tall on or tuldre,s
111:v11. 1f) Conilensbarg. Fulton. County, Pa.
14(.0. A. S.mitlt, my .I.lloruey, a ill.,rlve all
necessary nifi.,ttaantin in my ah.enrA. R. A.
HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE,In
Jitir,lance •,f Ito order of th e orphan,. Court of
Franklin connty, the under4igriedl. Adtuinn,trator of Mars
Keehan, dee a. gill OXIAtOe 10 public •ale en the poll,
trek, on Swurday, Ortubfr '2'2nd, at l 0 0 clock. a 1101::•,E
and LOT, situate uu Broad street, Chaoiberobnrg. near
the Stc.nn Sall' Mill of Sher', Clarke t CO. The lii ttee
to a good Brick Ftructure. and in good condition, with a
fine lot of grunna. Hill be given on the lot of
April nevi. 'Terms will tre Wade known on any of sale by
octs.3t A. K. M'CLURE,
FOR SALE.—A LOT on Main street,
opporate the property of Michael Hughes, with gotal
BRICK II( SE. two and a-half beat,. lugh. with Brick
Rack Building. The Lot in in good order with excellent
Bruit. It will be oliered .0 Pubho Sale at Brown s I (owl,
Chambersburg. Oa Snowing, OrtJber th2d at 10 o'eloek, -
A. 3L Posse,tion given on the 114 .f A pril nea -
0.•t.5-3t DANIEL LONIti
TOWN LOT FOR SALE.—A Lot
'untrd on 3laln street. trontlut; at tent and rnntnt._
bank io an alley adiottannt. bit., of Dr. T rartln , -; and the
Berlin prt,perty. tATernd nt Pm ate Sale. hie l.ot a
tnttLitt tt in tan Int,t tit_,ratte isLirt of tan Itett t -2 , an
cattni r et.an s, .11, or (hint 111 r. annul
J. P. i.,BEI:MON.
3Lost, F.‘tolep anb Atra»eb.
LOST OR .I)ESTROYE.O.—Tht , follow
_LA POLICIES( "f Le Penn lititthil Life
1„..00t.0ty" oi Phi In.loirloA 2:3129.
3,01, 4704. to Jol o K. Nliryock ; 4P73, 47,7, SS. Sltronk
4Z1:19 IL II "Shryoi k; nrt4l, W. K. Slir) 1,1• k , /65, (
F. Platt anti 3195, Ern, nod thPllllliJWllle Cent ifitlt,,
totri.lusprolits No. I N 0.13-2. :111;No 112,4 Ex. .; , ...21, ; N., 107 q SIO : N.. )01:. I^+4l , k tio ; N o 1 : ,;0 N0; , “9._1.•,112. 510. t+.l - 1, 10,m.
Silk No 114:1, Zeta, 510; No 510, No lUtl. 1011,
$10; No 1099, 1,44, 5'20: No 111;22 1,24, 510: all in the
name of John K.:Atm./eh. No 141, lcii, 510, in the
name of N. 11 Shryoelt. No 1504, 1511.1. 610 ; 1610. 1111.
eqo: 16:39. IPitt, $lO, in the name of S. S. Shryook. and
3‘;‘, 1161, otS57, 610, and 1139, 1939. 61U, ut the mune of J.
Notice is hereby eiven that appliention has be ,
II the said weep ny the" . l.U . e ?!!?Hevles of
C ED 11
POLICIES AND CERTIFICAT
STOCK LOST.—The unders;:zned having lost by
the late fire in Cbanthenburz. Pol. 11,•tiralice in the
Frank County 311thial In , uranee Company, No 1 911.;
for $ . .100; No. 4 2,16'2 for .... 4 4fX.), and No. '2,le.t for :32,0a1;
certificate h.e one shark', nt , cock in the 11,nd, of Chauthon
burls certificate lit nine shares of , dock in the
jilts Yank, i.:ert;ficao.4 of Paths) per eat. loan of
44'2.-for SI,I kA. No 1-191 tofu ;"..4) t 8: rertificate4
of toted Statpg,stoek. turret ocrober. 1E41; N, 9,54-1. for
jl 000. Notre iv he;e , .y 14,1 en that apple .anon edl 1,0
made 1 . 1.1 . the renewaTot tLo above and
sept2,-.lt MARY W. REFiES.,..
.T S. 5-20 BONI)S STOLEN.----Tht ,
Witrehenee of the tindeeeiqued n.lr (•11;03,1 he
Ul,4 l it. the '2.teh lilt- The, Iron Bate
broken oin.n. said the telloo troz IS. 5.0111 0 1,11.4 hrolen
there flow. rlt : Non. 7451, 7403 find 74rito.e4th rat, tro t .
It loch the Coop., 110 liar November ildert,t had hot n
detaehett. .‘ lar t re Packet llo,•k. e. tai on: nsum
bee of Peotni , ory Note: and other parer, ' All ree.on,tre
Vauttoned mraitedlotreh.oancany or bald bond. or tutu,
the proper department id the Oros ennment 1111 b I,en
irc.cfh,L4l their A rea-onable enward will be paid
fur the return of the locket Both with the pittarni
octi-fit WUNDERLICH &
NTOTlCE—Several of the Bonds of the
11 'Franklin Railroad Company are Missing, having
been destroyed. or, in the handi of purtie , lod Ithoi‘n. Any
one who holds any amid ikinds eon merit e nm fall Infor
mation respecting them Lt applyin g to p if) helix
rll. Kennedy, 11 . 4q4., of Clatinberthnrg, odenek Watt.,
at Carlisle . „ri;
jJ ing Policie , i.ined by the Penn mutdai
Company of Philadelphia, to : No , t. 6143 and Zoris to
Alex K. 31'Clure. ;intl. I. to ruby pten that aPPl'a
tion ha% town mile to the Faid eomp.p*l for the Lwe of
I)uplicate:4ot raid Police:,. .
Cobarco aW rgars.
JACOBS' TOBACCO AND CIGAR
riTOllll.-llnvinir re-lault my Tolmero and C,car
Store OR South 31:1.111StIVet, ,net. of Wa,langtou
streets.) too synari, from the Diamond, I would invite all
to tall and OTantille my s'un'k, eonsi,timr of
CIIL'AVINti '1 oIIACCO :
engross, all kii,a.. Cm einli-li.
Twist, all kind,. it,,,,, Ti,i.,t,
}1...b., ~ (MI Virginia,
Navy. lioney Dew,
- • - &v., Sx.
Nliehiu'un Fnu• Cut
Cat and Dry,
RUSH STILL ON HA,ND.—TOI3ACCO
&'SEGARS.—The nnderbiguett ha ju...t returned
from the City with a complete /Owl of Totmcm and Se.
gars, ouch as Natural Lud , 31101thr.m. limo/mug 'ba,.
and.PipeA. Store on. Queer; Street, three door, Trom
the M. E. Church. Come, give him a Llft.
LARGE ASSORTMENT OF TOBACCO
stha sEGAits, tt hoh.ai.• unit tenni. t.t.
SILAFItIt & STUART'S,
on Queen street. Ett.:t o f the 31;.thothst Church.
TW. SCO'T'T, GENTLEMEN'S .FUR
. NIS I I IN - I
STORE and .11A NC FACTORY,
No. Pl 4 Chesnut St., 4 clrsgr, Moir the Continental, Pint.
adolphia. Partteular attention Kit en to ordered Shirts. A
perfect lit guaranteed. Persons at It distance c.in order
by the following Shirt measures :
Size around the Neck.
" " Chest under the Arms.
" " Waist,
" - " Wrist.
Length of Arms (bent) fan centre 4 bark to middle of
Length of Bosom at Side.
WESTON &.BROTHER, MERCHANT
TAILORS, No. SIX) Arch Strcrt, Philadclphm, Pa.
Hayin g reeeiXed a liberal share of patronage from Chum•
to Mal vicinity, we are eneouraged to ast formers.
Tut, excellence of our 1404 AS told our stork, and the elite
ter• take to give entire satisfiulion, lire a sufficient guaran
tee that ti-a value our reputation.
'WESTON do BROTHER.
MILLER, HAALILTON & CO.
AND BRASS COPPER
TIN AND IRON ROOFING AND SPOUTING,
and in nTI kind,' of
STOVES FOIL WOOD OR COAL,
and all articles belonging to their business, would respect
fully inform the eitirens of Chamberiburg and vicinity that
tiny are now in full operation and are prepared to supply
the beat lirtiCl4l4 ou the most reasonable terms.
121:PA HUM; done on slant uotico, with be,t muter:nil
and 'at low rat, r.
nigliost ra..di priers mid for olirlrun, Copper, Brag.g,
Powtor and LowL 84'01
COACH. AND SADDLERY
- iIARDwArtE.. ,
''The subscriber respectfully iuforms his, friends and the
public, that he continues to earry on the above businms,
at his old stand, on Cain Street, opposite the German Tte.
Haring* enlarged bis business, Saddlers and Coact-
makers will flnd in his Store Room a general assortment
of goods suited to their several requirements, such as
Fair and Country Ilogskins,
Saddle Trires and Girthing.
Gig Trees, Full Plated. Tinned and Japanned; Goat
new styles ; Curtain Frames; Hub Bawls; Bridle Pruuts,
• Roseates, Sn cla and Orn.rinents
Iranllia:Nl and Mroad
Gig ;Lune:: /
BUCELES--BRASS, SILVER AND JAPANNED,
all Styles and l'attemq ; teary and Wooden Martingale
Rings, Stump Joints, Ltd a variety
of ether gaols/u i table
- far fire trude.
ALL KINDS Cl' &c., dune with neatness
CHEAP HARDWARE ! -
1112AsNlY & FLACK
Had a few gootLs under the pavement, which Is ere not
burned. Such as Locks, Hinges, Scraps and other Hard.
ware, Besides. they lace just received from New Turk
and Philadelphia a very large lot of goods, purchased much
cheaper than they are generally sold. The} having been_
burned out, therefore we offer Iron, Nails, Hocks, Hinges,
Screws, Bolts, Oils Glass, Paint, Sue.. ut the lowest figure.
TO 13L4CKS3LITIIS kND FARMERS!
We have on hand about 10 Tuna Iron of diff.-rent kit/13,
whir)/ we will sell IPs3 than it run be bought in the city-
Al,“ vet hnve 100 kegs of Nails nod Spike,, we offer at
front I; to 10 dollar:: per keg.
Knives anff Fork, Sois.ett, •Razor+, Packet Knives,
Spoons. &e., just received from New. York which we offer
Ter,- roe. setae.
lI A RDWARE, OILS AND PAINTS.=
The public are invited to call and entwine the large
end - well selected stock ut FOREIGN DOMESTIC
HARDWARE, just opened on &rend between Quern and
Market SD-n:8, Cliamire,burir. Poi. Having. purchased
toot ..1 their goods before the recent advance in pliees,
foss leading manufacturer , . we are determined to sell our
c,etornws aegis cheap., We have on hand Oils, Paints,
;hes, Catlery, Spoon, Iron and Steel, Rakes, Shovels &
Forks. Saddlery, SIN. Findings, Roped, Cords, Hames,
Chains, Brushes, Ponder, Locks, Hinges, Screws, Files,
Pots, Kettles and Pans. Tools of etery deseriptian, and
go 4 HIS of all kinds usually kept in a well regulated Hard
ware establidinient Orders from a distance, accompanied
mutt, the cash. promptly attended to, and goods furnished
as cheap as whe:u the person is. present. Call and try us.
edtt.tf IRWIN & RHODES.
AILS OF EVERY SIZE AND PAT
TERN ; GlroT all sizom and qualitio.; Locks,
and Scrows, Oil.. and Paint... Varnisho+, 'rurlx•utine,
and every description gt Ildnlware can bo had,
at bov pro‘o., by callina IRWINA 'MODES, on Sec
C I S A P. RIAGE KER S' GOODS,
- 1110VELS. Poln(i AND SPADES AT
h ant many tither urtieles which wits in
Cri. which tan be mule at. cool as new
IF YOU WISH TO BUI. — ,CHEA,P
11 ii.kupwAßE,,alll on IRWIN Sc. RHODES, un So
l brifutb gam. Ooolfs.
E IPANC•Y DRY GOODS
nd Strict, in Mrs. Patinos' Rrsidenre, nearly orrposits
received and opened a new and beautiful stack of
LADIES' DRESS GOODS-,
laLk mid Colored Bilks, Cloaking Cloths, Balmoral
and Hoop Skirts, full line White GotALs, Gauze;
Crape and Lot e Visits; ifosiery, Gloves, Col.
tars, Cuffs, llnndkerUtie6. and even - thing
jjelontraur, to a Fours thy Goods
and Notion Sloss. Also,
GENTS. FURNISHING GOODS,
with a 4?0 , 1 nq,, , rtnu•nt 4f DOMESTICS, nll . of
4 1 -7 1/ - The patr;;li.ige of ttio vita , ix mos,t respectfully
(Ik.unber,burg., May 25, 1.861-tf.
ITEW AND °HEAP STORE.—The un
dersigned has jusdopened at We old stand, UrFER
AslitiltiL a new and splendid stook of Staple aed For.
riga DRY COOPS, comprising almost ei.ery'firtiole suit ,
alile to the maker; GROCERIES, QUEENSWARE,
It nn' AND SLIDES, DRUGS AND MEDICINES,
maul all arto 11, usually kept in a lirebela.ss Store. Ile N
delermineil to sell goods n cry CHEAP FOR CASH OR COCN
-1 141 PR( Wl_ CP. such ro, Clover Seed, Timothy Seed, Flax
Sobd. Eaoon, Lard, Tallow. Soap, &v. fAniet,,pnch to,
Shingles and LienistPogs will he taken
in [xi liangc for 'laicals at Claim beret/rug prices.
B ER FOR twionment of all
Lulls of Lumber constantly' on hand. for sale ebony.
EYRE LA - NDELL,
PO17(711 A 41W11 SY'S , 11111-11r,t,
Cater for the h Nt TRADE, and oiler no BAITS or decor.
tioU to induce en,tnm, but rely on Fair Dealing and Good
l.lds. lint MIIIIINOES, Vrishionable SILKS. Nobaity
'NJ 1I1)S prws POPLINS. Dark FO . PLARDS,
med MERINOES, Plaid SHAWLS, Good BLANKETS.
r;01,11 damn. af dogr as , follow et
NOV, ag od nine for Merchants and Consumers to
rotor in. 005-2111os
UNDER WAY AGAIN
1 mETeALIT, s: urrnsitEWB
LILY GOODS STORE,
On Rivennd Street, nearly upposite the Post Office, Clean
bereleint, Pe. aufra
MASON Z 4-.. HAM,LIN'S
_iv _ CAIIINET ORGANS.
- e (.; mut,
J. A. JACOIIB.
MtLODEONS oe•re introduced some to enty years
:are, and o ere huoveeded by the It A RMONIII.M. S about
tkle,4yeels ego. The CABINET ORGAN was brought
to its present Into of perfection only In tho summer of
AVTOMATIC BELLOWS SWELL
has lir' rent advantdges oter any other mvention of the kind,
is r4pabb of klincr rift tin , than mn he.pr,sluerd by
nnyqdhr, and 7.1 more easily mita by tic riltform.r, and
excels osrecidlly to capacity far rrprcrxiurt. ,
Hew , in Mee inlvituoti in prima.
~A BIN ET
Nu. 15. Four Ihlll% Single lzoot. in Walnut or
I: : I, . ' • ' 8‘ g
1" It I t' r Ce e ti, 1
•NI: I - 1•1 1 -1
10. Ca, 130
No. 1;". The Same, m elegut'd Rosewood Case._ 160
i 1)01.111.F.R.r.F.15. r
No. 19. Four Octave, Double Reetl., in ralnnt or
gal: 1',,, , 140
No. , 20. 1 :h mhe um., elegant Ro„ mld ...
. ' Z ' l!,.. 103
No.: 91. Fit e I hilly°, I o uhle Reed, In Walnut or
-t laA Cam,
Thp Saint', in eiegant Ireheirmid Case
N 01•23 The Same, in Solid Carved Walnut or
(yak, ll ill, Walnut Carving,
lid. 13. The Sauna, In elegant no',owned ease
No. 12. Eight Stop Cattinet Organ, in Walnut or
No. 11. The Same, in elegant Rosewtxxl Case.
No. 24. The Same, In Solid Carved Walnut.
nol 1 -1 y:
No. 10. fatal 13aso Cabinet Organ, In Walntit ar
Cases of ulna finish on hand, or toads to ordir.
No. 5. nee Octavo. Piano Style, Rosewood Cuse...slso
No h. The Same, Portable, itoseIVIKKI-Case. ...... . 110
No. 7. The Santo, Portable Walnut Case 95
N. 9. Four (Mare, Portable, Rosewood Casa 75
DeseripHye ramplilets furnished by the aubscri
As Agents for 'Messrs. Memo S. 'Moanlin we are enabled
to sell it their New York prices, and charge nothing for
We have sold a t number of their instrument!, and can
give numerous nuthfuctory references.
S. S. SHRYOCK,..Agemt,
Climmbershurg, Pa. ,
JOB PRINTING, in every st . z,-le; done
nt the Office nt the FRANKLIN REPOuITORY.
Hair, Straining Wel: and Worsted Bain
- lower than Cattun :
CL f. LERY.
nt BKAND d: FLACK'S
Call at tlie Store' in
BRAND & FLACK.
LL Pun Office.
METCALFE & ILITESHEW
eotnpri•iuq-nll the different etylen
whirls will Inn For Cosh.
itiattbro- ant _iektietri
MORRIS, STERNE & CQ., DEALERS
,k 1 EN 'WATCHES, JEWELRY PLATEIa
WARE.—;We offer to purchasers throughout, the United
States n large and splendid assortment of Jewelry and Pin
ted Ware of every - description at prices which defy comm
ARTICLES SENT 13 '(.MAIL Free of Charge.
For the .benefit of persons v a neat, pretty, and
useful artirdeMt a moderate e attach the following
price list,' i _
Ladies handsome Neck Chain SLOO ; single stone' imita
tion Diamond Ring $l. Cluitfer mutation Diamond Ring
82; IlearVlllated Vest Chain 81.2.5 ; Heavy Plain 'Rings
stan the strongest add) 81 ; , Heavy Plated black rm..'
hauelled Sleeve Buttons 50 cents; gents single stone or clus
ter imitation Diamond Pins $1 ; magnihcent Bracelets
$1.22; luindsornely chased Hedallions $1.9.5; Pen crud
Pencil with extension Case $1.50 ;ladies' beautiful Reyols
ving „Pin lean be worn either side) $1.25; Ladies' smnll
Jet or Garnet Pin $1; handsome Italics set of Pin and Drops
Conti tlirbutlcle or Opal sets e1:25 4 fancy Wattle Keys
$1; LatliCs Long Guard and Chatelaine Chains $1; genn
ino Gntta; Percha Pins for hair or likeness $1; Seal lungs
$1; red of black Ball Ear Drops emits; children's hand.
sonic Carbuncle or Coral Armlets Si ;Test Hooks, fancy
patients, i 0 Cents; Carbuncle Studs and Sleeve' Buttons
$1; Silver-plated Butter Knives 81.50 per pair; Silver pia ;
ted SIKMIN s2.ad per half dozen.
All articles Warranted to giee7satisfaction or money re,
All orders filled immediately. A liberal reduction In
prica willbe made on orders for ,a number of articles at
one time.; I -
Aildreets all orders to NORRIS STERNE S. CO.,
Ott. 5-am] ! 311 i Walnut St., Phila„ Pa.
if & cci ~ 42 - and - 44 :IN
1-1 7- !.#I ° u II ST S UIET T , NEW YO . 1 6 (;(4!, (adjoining ,the Yost
Office,) offers for sale the following thagnidneot n list of
WATCHES, CHAINS, JEWELRY, dm.,
Valued at (*woo I Each Article One Dollar, and not to
be Paid For until you know witociratt get.
100 Gold and 'Silver Watches. $lO 00 to $lOO each
200 Ladies' Gold Watches 35 each
500 Ladies' and Gents' SilSter 60... 15 each
5,000 Ladies' Gold Pencils', 400 to '6 each
5,000 GOhlttand Bracelets. 3 00 to 10 each
10,000. Locket& Chains and Rings__ 250 to 6 each
5,000 Cameo, Mosaic add Jet Brooches 400 to 6 each
0,100) Coral and Florentine Ear Drops 4 011 to 0 each
10,000 Gents' Breast Pins 2 00 to 8 each
15,000 Sleeve Buttons & Bosom; Studs 2 00 to 5 each
10,1.X.X1 sots Ladies Jewelry - 500 to 10 each
6,000 Lava and Florentine Sets ' 4 00 to G each
000 Gold Peoi, Silver mtd. Holders 4CO to 5 each
Gold Pena, with Silver Exten
sion Cases and Pencils 400 to 6 moil
. - .
The articles in this Stack of Jewelry are cit• the neateSt
and most fashionable styles. Ceitifieates of all the various
articles 4r-put in sealed envelopes and mixed, thus giv
ing all a fair chance, and sent isy mail, for- 25 cants each ;
and on receipt Of the Artilcate, it is at your option to send
(INC. DOLLAt and take the article named in it or mit:—
Five Certificates frc $l. ;• eleven for $2 ; thirty for sr, ; sixty
fin. 510; one hundred for $l5. -Certificate money tube en
closed with enter. Correspondence prortiptly answered.
AGENTS IVANTEf) in every tewn and regiment.. Send
or a circular. Address W. ; FORSYTH &-•
42 & 44 Nassau St., New York.'
H •P' ' NR' Y H-ARP. 'E Th,
NO. 520, ARCH ST„ PITILADELPHIA, i
Has niarge stock of , • .
i . • FINE JEWELRY; '
SOLID SILVER WARE,
Saperio i r plated TEA SETS, spoons, FORKS, &c.
sert29.4trio% . • •
LONG LOOKED EQR•COME AT LAST,
- The Perfectian of Sexing Machines..
~...ORENC}2. SEWING MACHINES.
Can woe be seen at the residence of P. lIAZE.
LET. South Aram Street, inuncthatety opposite
'Dr. A. 11. Senrrnis. C'l.omhersburg,
where all persons interested in Sewing Machines are invi
ted to mall and examine this wonderful machine. •
It. has been the Object of th 4 FLORENCE SEW - LNG
MACIIINE COMPANY to supply a machine free from
the olectionk, attached to other hest class machines. and
after the patient, unbrinu labor elf years, and Illiberal es...
Pella- 10 1f° of Parltal in retiring the first mechanical talent,
their efforts hay , been crowned with success, and they are
now elfering to the public the rut st perfect SewinOtachine
in the f m orld. Among its many adl,:ultages over all other
maclin es, ay be otentioned.
Ist. It makes fluty dtiferent stitches on one and the same
each stall being perfect and alike on both sides
of the hibrie.
It. 1 Changink from one kind of stitch to another, 'as
well aS the length of the Flitch, can readily be done while
the machine is in motion.
- 341.• J Every et/Lc-A is perfectelf, making the seam
41 , evurei and nnif4rm, eotnbininveln.sticity, strength anal
4th: It has the reicrsible Decd motion„which enables the
AoperattWto run the work to either the right or left, or stay
any Fart of the seam, or, fasten the ends of seams without
tit tin the fabric or stopping the machine.
sth It is the most rapid racer in the world, making five
stitches to each revoluturn 4 and:there is no other" machine
which will dose larsre a range of work as the FLORENCE.
tth. It dors thahca elf.: or finest work with equal facility,
without tension or breaking of thread.
7th. It hems, fells, binds, gathers, braids, quilts, and
gatltets and sews on a ruffle at the same time.
flab. Its simplicity enables the most inexperienced to
:operate it. lit motions are all positive, and there are no
line h'ptings to gef out of order, and it is adapted to allkinds
, of cloth-work. froth thick to thin, and it is alrgoet
• 9ih, The FLORENCE SEIVEcG MACHINE is une
qualled in beauty and ittyle, and must be seen to be appre
'•DiR. R. P. RAZELET, 'having been appointed,
sole Agent for the sale of the above Sewing Dfaehines in
Franklin county, respectfully incites the Ladies to call and
examine the FLORENCE. ,
All Maeltines warranted for one year.. [au ell
attorneks 4t. tab).
w S. STENGER, ATTOR:
G. AT LAW.—W I , S. Sre.xostr, Distnet At•
torney and Agent fur pm:llring Pensions, Bounty Money
and .11111.11 , Ot pay.
()thee in James Defileid's dwelling. on the West side of
Second Street, between. Queen and Washington Sheets.
STUMBAUGIi & 4EHR. ATTORNEYS
AT LAW.-offiro opposite the ''.Post Office. at,
tend promptly to idl busmen entrusted to flints care: -
P. B.—Authorized Agents for, the collection of Peasions,
Bounty, Back Pay and.-all other claims against the govern.
RT' ,,t Attorney oppo 4 th t e La
Court Office :E MarketET ti.
Ilou e, formerly occupied by Ter. Cook, E. 5 ,1. All legal
bn.ineere entreated to his care will receive prompt tato'
ej - 01-Di STEW' a Ti ATTORNEY AT LAW.
, MR ,4 on 3-ieeoad Street, a felt doors South nt the
M4rket Howie: PENSIONS, BOUNTY and other claims
promptly collected. [eng:ll
Tr ENNEI)Y& NILL, Arrouli - Eys AT
11 LAw. have' for the present, removed. their oalresto
the residenee of T. J. NM 9n fteuond street, manly
site the 'Market House. 1 tring3l.
CLARKE, ATTONkY AT
LAW, Chambersburg. °Mee (ut the oldplace.) on
Market Street. near'y oppobite the Gong Howe.
cAabblau aub '#)arntss.
Q. A 1) I)LERY!--SADWLERY!!---
K, JEICEMIAIr DYSTEIit. rehyteetfally returns. his
thanks to Ids patronsifid• the liberal •Mtitiouragenimit reeei•
ed front theta heretofore. and he wouldinvite them and
the comiratnitrgenerally, Who may need any thing'inliis
line, ,to give Lprni a °nil at big. new stand, on East, Queen
street, near the FrMiklin Railmad, Lilitunhttrsbarte where
he keeps constantly tin hand every variety of SADDLE
RY AND HARNESS of his own „manufiteture, and lie
is prepared to sell the ,same on tering that defy competi
tion. Every article 'tittered fir sale iv warranted lobe
made of the her( mtkeriol competent workman,
m Melt wilthe fully dethonvtratod on hit examination there
TRI.'NKS AND VALlSES.—He` , would also eall,the
attention of persons wantingmt good neat mid cheap and
substantial Trunk or Canoe to'llis assortment. juntif7,o3.l
TIONT FORGET GORDON'S place of,
loootlemi. one door Sou th of Di. J. L q Sues.bero tt 's.l
Ills terms ore Cash, ne he 11.4 e, eartal.
C . 11. GOIID,O,N is on Main Street.j
.11'1)r. .7 L. . Slie4%' - eri,tex Ofilee Ile
htready to fill tril onli.rs in hi line of Inn.iness. (tite.!l
GlO TO ,OOIIYON imd see if lie (!tiu'i
slut you to ,onitthing in Lis line. ' '
OR 8-ALE.- 1 A good, STEAM ENGINE;
-A- - six borss pon er, in go nd condition. Can be seen byl ,
rolling :It T. 11. Wood's Foundry.
sepat-t[ JACOB OARVER.
O 1 SALE.:—A One Horse Tread-PowCr
12 in good order, and for lode low. Apply id thin office !
FOR SALE.—A full course Scholarship
in the Qualtor City Beateem College of
Apply Rt. thin Milne. '
J. C. RWIIARDS, H. D. 110iiidOHERT, H. D. ,
p ICIIARDS & MONTGOMERY have
amodated themselves In the Prattles of Medicin's,
and have taken an Office in tile late residence of Jaewb B.
31iller, immediately opposite 'the Presbyterian Church.
- All persons indebted to either of the oboe" will plissie
make early l‘ettleitent of the same. [nne24-ttil
Dk BOYLE :will'attkind gromptV,
Is to all profositlonal calls. Office in tfte WestlintlA
of the New Seti. Flonse oats the AIM . istagtl4.'
BARBER lit'an has openv4
his sliming saloonlitla , dwelling of Joseph Trout,
turposite the Academy lo'o is old customers and the
public generally are respectfully invited to give kiln a
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+Gen. John Cochrane, late candidate for Vice
Presideivt• on the Fremont ticket; addreised •a
large meeting at the Union , peage Hall, in 'Phila.
delpkia; on Saturday evening. •
—The Unionists of West Virginia 'linve nomin
ated the following ticket :, For Governor—Arthur
Boreman, of Wood County. For Secretai'y of
State—Granville D. Hall, of Harrison County.
For Auditor-- • Campbell Tarr, of Brooke county.
For Attorney General- 7 Dphraina B. Hall, of Ma
—At a meeting in Westchester on the lst
a letter was read'froin Gen. George McCall,-for
merly commanding the Pennsylvania Reserves.
Gen. McCall Ai' for Congress on the„Democratic
tieket in 1862, and has always been a member of
that party: - Gen."McCall, although one of Mc-
Clellan's leading commanders, now repudiates
,—Maj: Gen. Schofield, formerly commander of
the Department ofMissouri, and now command
ant of the Army of the Ohio, in Gen. Slerman's
Department, was serenaded at Freeport, 111. last
week, and in a brief speech unequivocally endors
ed the war measures of the Administration, and
supported Mr. Lincoln for re-election: The dia=
vases of the copperhead elairn that Gen. Schofield
—As yet, no letter has appeared from Mr. Pen
dleton accepting the Chicago nomination for the
Yice : Presidency.' To peep him from writing one,
it is said uo letter has been addressed to him.-
So obnoxious* are his views known' to be to the
loyal sense of the North that'the leaders have 4e
liberately headed him off. Such is the e'chibition
which the once great Democratic party is making
of itself before the world!
I...—The following is a complete list of the nominees
on both sides for Congress in this State. Those
marked with a star (*) arp•inernbers of the pies
e!rt. Congress. Bailey, whirls supported by the
L+ nion men in the 15th district, is a War Demo
'Oat, and was elected as the regular Democratic
nominee in 1562 over Glosebrenner, who ran as
un indeperident candidate presentbd by the De
,thocracy of York. Now things are reversed
-I(lilossbrenner being the regular nominee and Bal
D°2l7. • r CM°."
S. ,t, John M. Butler.3l.Reill. . ..,..Chas. ' '
43. Chas. Bunkmate? Leenara Meyent.*
.14. Goo. Northrop Witt. D. Kelly..
15. 11. P. Ross M. Russell Thayer.*
'G. B. Narkley Boyer Geo. Bullodk.
7. John C. Beatty Jolla 51. Broomall..
E. S. E. Ancona. - M. Holster.
. .. ...
S. Iliigh 1L.N0rth....._.4. ;Thaddeus Stevens.'
10. 111eye?Strouse` Howell Fisher. -
11. Philipiollosiou* Jas. L. Selfridge. -
11. Chas. Dennison. W. W. Ketchum.
la Victim E. Piolett Ulysess Atereur.
4. \i m. U. Geo. F.
5. A. J. (1108sbm - mer JosErn BAIIXY.*
...Wm. H. Koontz.
P. Theo. P. Wright
19. Wm. Bigler
20. Wm. L. Corbett..
6 1. John L. Dutton*
Jas. H. Hopkins.
W: J. li"puntz....
S. V. Wilson.
.01enui W. Scofield.•
Chas. V. Culver.
. Smith FILVer.
Ja.. K. Maoihead.".
R 4. Jesse I,Etzear*..... , Gee. V. Lawrence. -
The same vote that eleeted Gov. Curtin byels,-
/00 Majority; would elect Geo. P. Miller in the
114th district; Wm. If.. Koontz in the 16th;'A. A.
illarker in the 17th (in place of M.'..ilister;) Smith
, Fuller in the 21st and Geo. YlLawrence in the
pith,—Tuaking again of five and a change of TEN
!in the political complexion-of the delegation. The
only" district now' represented lty a friend of the
."government that is in doubt, iS the' 15th, where
an exhausting effort will be made to elect Gloss
'lirenner, and they have a i iecided majority on
litheir sure if it tan be tilt& aVailable. Wm. H.
I .Miller, CoffrOth, pobert L. 4ohnston, and La
zeur will certainly be defeated, and we confident.
ly look for the election of SmithiFuller over paw.
con in the 21st. Gov. 13igler will be beaten
—Eleven Senators are to be chosen, and it will
,reiluire a terribly adverse current to prevent the
'Union mod from securing a decided majority in
,the next Senate. The following Senators hold
over—Democrats lit italics:
1. Jere Nichols. 17. John N. Dunlap.
3. Jacob E. Ridgeway. - is. Geo. 11. Bucher,
4. Gee Connell. 19. Wm. Mc. kerry.
5. W. Worthington. 20. Gee. W. lionsehohler.
10, 11. B. Beardsley. • 21. Wm. A. Wallace.
IL W. S. Turrell
I'2. J. B. Starke_
.1.. r, amberm
15. D. Mon . tgantrry. 26. irm..llopl-in a.
76. D.Plrmng. t 27. C. C. McCandless.
17. H. Clnunpneys.. . Thomas Huge:
['llion Senatcrs holding over
Dernoentic . ,
We give the names of I the candidates for Sen
ator in the several districts in which elections wil
take place this fall:
3. C. M. I)onovan." IRuAe .t. Shepre7d.
S. Perry I.itrenburg Montt.° Royer.
6. (Rivor P. ;Nimes -R•m. (hs3 hulk.
. • •
7. a D. Sehall . Owen L. Sehreibner.
e. Tieheer-Clinner.`. ....... Wm. Winer.
S. Wm, N. ...... • Henry D. Cake.
14. John Walls ° Chap. 11. Shriner.
21. R. W. Christy Louis W. Dan:
Walter , lOrk Raines.
Jonas R. MeClinniek. ..Thus. J. Bigtham.
'al. Dan Rice ' Morrow IL Lowry.*
Taking, the vote for Governor last year as a ba
sis, the Union men would carry the sth, 14th, 21st
(elects two) 25th and 29th distriets—thus elect
ing sii Union Senators to five Democrats, and
making' the Senate stand 15 - Union to 14 Demo
cratic. We do not . l3ey that the Union candidates
can be defeated in any of the districts named,
while there is a tolerable chance for the election
of Sheppard in the 3d district, and some hope of
Col. Cake in the 9th. In no possible event can
the Union men fail to-have a decided majority in
the Senate. Bift thres of the eleven- retiring Sen
atont have been re-nominated—Messrs Donavan,
Clymer and Lowry. Hall was Senator from 18(10
fo 1863; `McClintock was Senator from 1856 to
1859, and Christy, Sheppard, Harris and Bigham
have been members of the House. Lowry is op
posed by Dan Rice the famous circus clown. It
will prove to he Dan's most stupendous joke!
Abraham Lincoln and Andrew Johnson ,are
both natives of slave States. They were born in
the class of poor whites which Slavery creates and
preserves for its own conveMence, Their early
education vvas swims it. accords to the children
of this - cllsaan.. - Race, Lincele obtained limit of
his scanty schooling not only - long_after his Tema
'val into a free State, but after he had reached the
full stature of manhood, and was etiabl to earn
and plan for himself; while Johnson never had any
schooling at all, and learned to read froni his wife
after his removal from his native State„ North
Carolina, into almost free East Tennessee.
Neither of them could ever have been chosen
even to the Legislature in an essentially slaveholdß
ing community, no matter how thorough their sub
serviency to "the institution." The brand of pov
erty and labor on their brows would have fixed
them forever in the i hamble station of their pro
genitors. They surmounted the influence of sin
;very by taking position outside of its more palpa
e domain. 1
'To maintain that such men lack ability or force
of character is to hold that republics are ruled by
idiots.. Abraham .I4coba entered Illinois a per.
tionless, illiterate boy, earning the livelihood of his
widowed mother's family by the rudest and hard
est manual labor, and, within twenty years there".
aftet, had become .ne of her foremost lawyers
and the acknowledged leader of the more intel
lechnil of her two s great political parties—con
spicious in her Le Wore, her only Whig MBErt ,
ber of Congress, N • candidate for Senatorial
Elector, U. S. Sen or, Vice President, and ulti
mately for Preside , All these peahens were ac
corded to him ' hout ;contest or hesitation.
When the great poli 'cal struggles of 184(1 and 1844
were made, none oth er than he was suggested to
lead in the canyksa When, for the first time, his
political friendj had a majority in the Illiaois-Leg
islature, no other w'ss thought of by the mass of
them - for U.' S. Sent tor, though it was finally found'
necessary, in order to secure the requisite anti-
Nebraska Democrdtic votes, toWithdraw him and
substitute an othei
name: and only his
ident by the dele
candidate was to
even suggested t
So in 1860, there
which State shoul
nee for President ;
among the eminen
Illinois there was
Andrew Johnso entered Tennessee an itiner
ate tailor youth, ras Lazarus in all but hope
and ambition, wi out a relative of friend who
could help him to corporalship in the est
company of "fl wood" militia. A f years
later, he.was a ember of Assembly; eat we
hear from him Congress ; then Gove or of
his closely balan State after a spirited can
vass; for Tenn e was then preponderently a
Whig State, and er Whigs always ran for Gov
ernor one of their ablest and cleverest debaters.
Johnson had alwa 8 been a very ardent and active
Democrat, and had made himself widely obnoxi
ous to his political adversaries. His birth and
breeding were matters of common notoriety, and
the cultivate& aristocracy of Nashville and the
surrounding region were not at all inclined to be
ruled by the ea journeyman taller of Jonesboro.
They could not help_ themselves, however ;and
Johnson, after serving his term as Governor, was
chosen to the United States Senate, where he
made good his pbsition against the ablest and
proudest in the 14. , Probably no other Senator
had enjoyed so Baia opportunities for intellectual
bultime ; but the abates, in wineh he freely min
gled, gave no sign la this. In the absence of tlaat '
e ducatior -'' -- ' which he would gladly
have enk .c..d, he had his full share
of the viii ' poverty and privation
and was d in the keen encoun
ters of ai public career. Doubt
less, he , the deficiencies of his
ey,. saw 0
ocrat of la
en into its
He knew testae to the class from
which he South as to the." mad
solls"_. dike - 11%0,mA:he stood bxlis - tirder"
likenny sh-geer. He exposed the hollowness
of its pretexti; - the ,wickedness of its aims, in the
presence oi t its contrivers, before they had
brued their hands in blood He warmedilitiv
pie against their machination; and warmed them
of their inevitable failure and ruin. Had other
Southern Unionists been as faithful and' feailess
as he, the niadnCss of secession would' have been.
stayed at the northern limit of the cotton region,
and our country would not know be reeking with
It is a common pro-slavery cavil that "yon Abo
jitionists talk of what you do not understand."
This cannot be said of Lincoln and Johnson, who
were born-in slave States, and have been familiar
with slavery since they .first opened their - eyes.
Mr. Lincoln was never an Abolitionist till slavery
declared war on the Union; yet he says he never
regarded slavery in itself otherwise' than as he
now does. "If slavery is not wrong, then nothing
is wrong," says he in his letter to Hodges. Mr.
Johnson was a tacit supporter of slavery until
slavery struck at the life of his country; but he
now holds, with Lincoln, that union and peace
are only possible through the final, complete over
throw of their assailant.
Are these men fanatics , /f there weia an
easier'or shorter, way to peace,would "they not
choose it 9 What possible rhotite tan they have
for preferring the wro ng way to the right one 7
Conhider, and judge. ' ,
THE peace 'men of New-York, , beoded by the
Woodi, have calmly caved in tethe,suppoti of the
candidate of the Chicago Convention, and, w hilst
still declaring for the peace platform erected by
that body, assure their friends that if Little Mac
is elected he will carry out its vi e ws. Thus spoke
Fernando at the mass meeting in New:York :
"I adhere to the principles, and onthose princi
ples shall tnipport McClellan. ' - Because thus con
quered as to my support of the man, I do not feel
constrained to give up the views I entertain as to
doctrine. The Convention itself - took this very
"Its nominee and its platform were apparently
inconsistent with each other; and yet, for para
mount reasons connected with success, it deemed
such a contradictory position reconcilable with
good policy. TherelOre having none other to vote
for but the man seleeted, and having been a party
to the effort to select some other person, I am
precluded from opposition to him. - BESIDES IF
ELECTED, I AM SATISFIED IIE WILL ENTERTAIN
THE VIEWS AND EXECUTE THE PRINCIPLES- OF
THE GREAT PARTY TIE WILL REPRESENT, WITH
OUT REGARD TO THOSE IIE MAY HIMSELF POS
SESS. CIE WILL THEN BE OUR AGENT: THE
CREATLTrE OF OUR CHOICE, AND AS SUCH CAN
NOT, IF kiE WOULD, AND WOULD NOT, 1F IIF:
COULD, DO OTHERWLSE" THAN EXECUTE THE
PUBLIC VOICE OP THE COUNTRY:, WHICH, WITH
TRW CONSTITUTION AND CLAWS, WILL RE THE
COMMANDING GENERAL OVER HIM, CLOTHED
WITH SUPREME POWER." \ -
Tim New York correspondent of the Boston
Post is responsible fo`r• tic following :
A very important physiological quelftion has
been set at rest, although the circumstances has
been kept unusually quiet, and. those horrible tell
tales, the newspapers, have, through their igno
rance, been - as silent as the most fastidious reader
could desire. After this dignified and solemn prce
land, which I have discreetly introduced by way
of breaking the news gently, I suppose I am at
liberty to say bluntly that Mrs. Torn Thumb have
got a baby—a real, genuine flesh-and-blood - chip
of the old blocks, and three months old at that !
Those who have seen the " blessed brat" describe
it as neither a world's wonder nor a world's frght,
but a little, cunning, crying doll of a thing, and in
the promise it gives of being a full-sized child, and,
if itlives, of becoming as big again as either of its
Not being the seventh son of a seventh son, I
won't pretend to enter into the scientific questions
involved in this hues whims farther than to con
gratulate the happy parents and Grandpa Bar
num upon this addition to the happy family at
Bridgeport; even if it does not contribute an ad
ded curiosity to the great showman's stock in
TirE Cops can't complain that Sheridan does
not prosecute the war on truly peaceful and relig.
ions principles, when he can produce 21 canons
to the contrary.
It is said of the recent operations in the valley
of the Shenandoah, that the " Earley bird' has
got his " Phil."
Early birds catch the worms; Sheridan catches
One charge the Copperheads can't bring against
the Government—Sheridan's cavalry
Sheridan's comedies are no langer peribrund
on the Southern stage ; they have given place to
Sheridan's tragedies. .
Prtsai be liew York Tribune.
LINCOLN AND JOHNSON.
AtPlul' adelphia, in 1856, his
was preeerMa for, Vice Pres
, tion fropLlllinois; and when a
• pitted'agaiiist Dtnigla3 fertile
lof 1858, no- other mania was
a that of. Abraham Lincoln.
as abundant competition as to
furnish the Republican nomi
.ut no one ever suggested that
and honored ,Republicans of
lo other possible candidate than
will say that he has not
ring Southern Dena:Joint,
inridge for *a Preaiden
rebellion talk'e form and
late observation. He
'—its impulses, ideas and
other prominent Dam
ien was drawn or &iv
countenanced it for a
ith the least allowance.