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Wednesday, March I, 4,34;13.
THE NATIONAL CREDIT.
A good, proportion of the Northern peo
ple. who are not all injured by being too
loyal, have since the first isane of our Na
-timid currency, continued to represent it
as of little value, and have said that, laze
the Continental money, it would at the
termination of-the war become utterly
worthless. So strongly`• did the enemies
of the present administration urge this
• doctrine that thousands of men, and men
of some capital too, were led to fear in
vestments in the National bonds. It has,
therefore, required an effort on part of
those engaged in the sale of bonds to raise
money,, when if the proper feeling had
prevailed our government should at all
times have had more offers than it could
Piave supplied, and money enough to meet
all demands and to spare. It is Orange,
indeed, that among our own people such
distrust should exist, when forgignSrs,
Who have no other interest at staLV an
r the money invested and the benefit they
expect to derive from the premium and
_interest on the bonds, should manifest so
much willingness to 'invest in, and make
such efforts to obtain the U. S. bonds. It
is but a short time since a proposition was
made by a prominent banker in Hamburg
to the Secretary of State to take a loan of
one thousand millions of dollars, the loan
• to run seventy-five years at an interest of
three per cent. per annum, payable half
yearly in coin, the amount to be disposed
among the Teeple of the continent of En
rope on the : principle of premium loans,
_the principal to be re-imbursed to the hol
ders during the last forty-five years of the
term in eqthtl semi-annual instalments,
the goveimm)ent paying the current inter
est, premitints and principal, which would
require but forty millions' per annum, the
sum of these payments covering the thou
sand millions of principal and eleven hun- •
dred and seventy-five thousand of interest.
The stun of fifty m•ilions is the annual in
terest of five per cent. on a thousand mil
lions. The government in this proposi
tioh had a fine opportunity of making a
large loan on -terms that could easily be
complied with, and which would place it
beyond the position of urging the people
- to invest in bonds for the purpose of se
curing the - • necessary means to carry on
the great war in which we are engaged
for the life of the Nation.
That the proposition has been accep
ted, We feel disposed to doubt. It has
been the policy of the government. to de
pend solely upon the people of the loyal
States for men and means, to restore peace
and Union to the nation. The Haniburg
proposition nevertheless, shows the con
fidence in which the government is held.
by European capitalists. This should
Open the eyes of our eitizent to the fact
that no better investment can be made,
no safer investment can be made and no
- more convenient investment can be made
than in the U. S. bonds.
The Tribune of the 2•4 d _inst., says, that
a •request from the Treasury Agent at
Santa Fe in New Mexi6 that $lOO,OOO of
the Bonds he sent their immediately, as
,diary Mexicans and Americans desired to
invest and . had the money in hand to do
so, also, about $15,000 in varied lets paid
—in by Col: Wagner, for some 150 colOred
soldiers in camp William Penna., also
$200,000 subscribed by the Commercial
Other sources also bring similiar
ports showing the great confidence in
which the government Di held even by
those who have the least opportunity of
knowing the character of its indebtedness
or its ability to pay. The loyal people of
the North hay.e always had unbounded
confidence in the goVCrnment, and never
even hesitated in making investments,
• or taking the national currency for any
marketable commodity they had to, sell.
The national currency is now laid up with
as much confidence in its permanent val
ue as formerly gold was. The effort to
depreciate the credit of the government
has failed, as has all other efforts to weak
en its struggle with a giant and malignant
__How, often have men,'even men of in
telligence stultified themselves by urging
against the'valne of the currency, and on
all occasions proving their own 'declara
tions false, by choosing the . National in
preference to local issue. It has been the
policy of the Democratic party to destroy.
4 . 4 It brought on this war by fostering the in
stitution of Shivery, and encouraging the
doctrine of Secession ; both are to-day
sustained and upheld by this party, and
the war, w( are now engaged in is, but
the legitimate growth of these erroneous
_ doctrines. Its leaders find that Slavery
is doomed and 'secession fast reaching its
grave. Nothing is left to this party but
to paralize the arm of the government by
rendering disreputable, if possible, the
means it employed to purge the body pol
itic of these dangerous evils, But its ef
i; forts in this are proving abortive. The
loyal people will invest in the bonds, and
foreign goverme,nts will consider them
good. The National credit-will continue.
The war will go over, and the political
firmament will grow bright. This is the
result of the inculcation of correct princi
ples, a disrespect for human rights and
common justice, and this alone is that
-which secures to the government resptict,
abroad and prosperity at home. This in
the end will give us peace and eons:ilia
tiona peace founded ow harmonious co
operation, mutual benefit and good will
to all created mankind. Such a peace will
I . give the goVernment stability, and will
inspire confidence, and then all govern
ment bondi and stocks will command a
premium, and currency increase in value.
• WE invite attention to the advertise
'tient in to-day's paper relative to Gen.
Hancock's corps • veterans. There are
* till, m any veterans it e country who
muitfeel like being in at the at triumph
of the Union armies. The ordd ra are a r ,
modified now that men may enter this
corPirgs substitutes and be credited to any
local*, and. tney may also enter this
rove' as FlTlblYtitlltfbfl for drafted in!4l.--
.> . -
They can thus get vemlarge bounties, as
in 'addition to the govemonent bounty
they can receive their pay as substitutes.
Ax interesting littir from the chief Ed
itor written at Arlington House, Va., the
late residence of Gen. It. E. Lee, was re
ceived too late for this week'S paper. It
will appear in our neat.
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The Amendment of the Federal Constitution,
abolishing and prohibiting Human Slavery through
out our country, which was proposed in Congress
s.nd adopted by a two.thirds vote in either House,
has already been approved and ratified_ by the
Legislatures of seventeen States (including tor/
Old Virginia) as fellows:
1. Feb. 1. Illinois—Senate and House.
2. Feb. 1. Michigan—Senate and House.
3. Feb. 1. Maryland—House; 3d, Senate.
4. Feb. 2. Rhode Island—Senate and House.
5. Feb. 2. New York—Senate ; 3d, Assembly.
6. Feb. 3. Massachusetts—Senate and !louse.
7. Feb. 3. Pennsylvania—Senate and House.
8. Feb. 7. West Virginia—Senate and House.
9. Feb. 7. Missouri—Senate and House.
10. Feb. 8. Maine—Senate and House.
11. Feb. 8. Virginia—Senate ; 9th, House.
12. Feb..' 8. Ohio—s Senate and House.
13.- Feb. 8. Minnesota—Senate and House.
14. Feb. 8. Kansas—Senate and House.
15. Feb. 10. IndianaA—Senate; 13th, House.
16. Feb. 16. Nevada—Senate and House.
17. Feb. 21. Wisconsin—Senate and House
1. Feb. 8. Delaware—Senate and House.
2. Feb. 2'2. Kentucky--Seliate and House.
STATES YET TO VOTE.
Vermont, ' California.
New Jersey, Oregon,
North Carolina, Alabama,
South Carolina. Mississippi.
It will ne seen that the utnenduxent it already
endorsed by precisely one half the States. At the
South is rapidly becoming abulitionized we hope
to announce its ratification by every State, Hera
!ware an Kentucky included, within the next
;two ye4i . 3. .
LIEUT. Oat. , . MULFORD, U. S. agent for the
j -exchange of Prisoners, telegraphs to the associated
press from the headquarters of the Army of the
James as follows, in reference to sending supplies
to Union prisoners: "i.ln consideration of a gen
eral exchange, and the speedy delivery of all pris
oners held in the South, it is deemed inexpedient
to forward after this date either funds or supplieS
to any person now in captivity. Such parcels or
remittances as may have accumulated since the
tuft shipment, or be transit, or may hereafter
arrive, will be returned to the shippers." '
THE President has called an extra session of
the Senate, to meet at noon, on the 4th day of
Coehrattof Erie atter Horace—Hisses Ho-
race and HIM PECinre itnere He Miss
ed Horace—The Dodge Resolution—The
Correspondence or the Franklin Repository.
HARaisnvaro, February 25, 1865.
"What a dust we kick up," said the fly on the
coach-wheel, and what a bobbery we—the senior
of the Ii.F.POMToRY and your long-time
burg correspondent—managed to raise in the
House -this week Where the senior was, not
knowing, I cant say.. I once heard that he was
in New York looking after the next war ; next
that he was in Philadelphia buying up Imperial
Oil stock; next that he had turned up in Wash
ingfon and was preaching peace to Lincoln, and
hearing the last story about the "man out in
aois," and taking a turn with Stanton and Fry
on the new system of arithmetic they apply to
quotas for the; drag ; then I heurd that In, had
been killed by an accident on the Northern Cen
tral Railroad, and I at epee proceeded to get up
his obituary; but when I hadwritten up to the
one hundred and eleventh page ; Idearned that nn
accident had befallen the train and that Colonel
McClure Was not on board at all=-from which I
inferred That he had not been killed in that partici-. -
ular manner. Still -his cent was . vacant in the •
House, but where he was, what he was after,
when he was coming back, and whether he would
hang his hat up in the House or in -the REroSI
TORY office when he did come, were questions
your corre.pondent could not solve.
The river-bed bill crme up oil Tuesday night,
and M'Clure not there. I had expected a
set-to between niWand some others on the bill,
as he had skirmished to some purpose %Own it
was considered before. How he would go—what
measure ho would favor and who he would differ
with, that night was expected to i llevelope.,
was therefore on handp with seventeen quires of
clean paper, several gross of pens; had my spc:c
taeles wiped clean, and was cosily fixed to glean
the cream of the debate for my next letter; hut
the senior was non est ; and Welkin. being absent
the jackal fed on the debris of the feast. Coch
ran, of Erie—mind of Erie, for there is another
Cochran in the House from Philadelphia, who is
neither knave nor fool—edified the House in gen
eral and your correspondent in particular, by
reading an extract from one of my letters', and
making an assault on the senior as. the author.
The extract did not please Cochaan, of Erie, for
the reason that it recognized the immutable law
of nature—that when a man, is born with more
Practical vi,tality in his heels than in his head,
neither education nor the accident of fortune can
reverse it. Old nature is a hard, inexorable was
teri and Cochran, of Erie, don't understand it—
won't undeistand it, and therefore lie imarrels with
fate. Mr. McClure having skinned him casually
a few weeks ago, he wriggled then until weary of
his own gyrations, and seems determined to keep ,
wriggling until worn out with hi; own follies be be
comeswilling to retire to his congenial nothingness.
How soon that time may come, Cochran and Erie
calm arrange to suit themselves. If Erie prefers
monkepishows - in our legislative halls to practical
legislation, its their constitutional right, and your
correspodent won't quarrel with them. But for
Cochran, what should "break the monotony of,
legislative life , and who can tell but he may ac
complish vast good to the Commonwealth I Did
not the cackling of a goose save a city ?—did not
the braying of an use present a surprise of a gar.
rison in Tennessee t and what may not Cochran,
of Erie, chance to perform for the State in his
ineoherant and senseless rumblings in debate.
He is - opposed to the practical development ofthe
river-bed; so as to produce revenues to the State.
lie has been measured by the speculatoei, taken
at his own estimate and serves their purpose..
They snuff and he sneezes; they applaud and he
repeats; they want to swindle the State by kiting
stock's and never developing, and he makes a grand
quixotic grapple Kith nn imaginary wrong to eon
summate the grandest of villainies. To bringliim
to this point required some skill on the part of
his managers ; but they did it admirably. The
bull is:brought to the sword by the flaunted scarf.
He does not love the steel, but he hates the critu
san flag, and he hinges with fury to accept the
&rust of the =Worn. So with Cochran. of
Erie. Why appeal to his cupidity when however
weak there he had a weaker point? Nature does
not deny the poorest fool the power of envy and
luitred, and his masters rubbed him down for a
tilt at M'Clure, and he made it after his own
manner. True M'Clure was not there—had pro
bably never seen the article attributed to him, but
all the better, and probably all the safer, atid
Cochran "went in" 'freely. No harlot ever pro•
claimed her virtue when unaccused with more
pertinacity than did.Cdclimn, of Erie, and when
he closed nn man .donbt,•4l how hit , vote ennld he
had - at any tbrte,.int -ehortiatikirti ce:' -We
charitabblhad that be had ricer bed on the
brain; but thatiie . or ealennationis exploded by the
fait that while there lam° doubt about the rivet:-
bed, just where the brain comes in 'is not so ap
The Senate has postponed the resolution asking
the removal of 31aj. Dodge. What has changed ,
the views of Senators? Why was Dodge deserv
ing of censure last week and not this week?
Why dodge the issue? If Maj. Dodge is wronged,
why not say so by voting the resolution down I
If justly, why not pass it? We know thit the
recruits have been most' shamefully treated. when
they could have been amply • provided for. We
know that they had their feet and ears frozen,
and whose fault was it? If not Maj. Dodge's—
who is the commandant—whose is it? The Se
nate may dodge this issue, but the people do not
appreciate how such. atrocities sun be excused.
Let us have a final disposition of the 4inestion,
and the yeas and nays.
The general appropriation bill has been report
ed. aticl .. tesißlition in earnest will begin next weak.
It is most probable, however, that the session
must be extended beyond the 24th of March.
Mr. M'Clure has not been in his seat this %%Mt.
He WWI in Washington for several days looking
after the quotas of his district. He is exp.cted
here again on Monday next. HORACE. .
Another Pence Commission to Richmond
—Mtmainntion in Honor 'of 'Union 'Vic
tories—Ladies Leaving the Army—The
Inamporation Ceremonies--ti nor inns
Very Arnim—Opinion ax to Lee's Move.
units—Payment to Prisoner's Families
Inmpended—Roger A. Pryor.
rnk, •a me Franklin Repository,
WA , 111::11TON CITY. Feb. I.h,IStA
hit at oopliere is again tinctured with peace
rmi..d" in a ti's dais stories and surmises will
-be 11% 00: "tl4l:as hops," for:mother commksion
is oa its way to Richmond. This time old Mr.
Blair ,loes sot figure in - the 'programme. 'He is
either left ant in the cold or has the colic, con
tracted while in the line of duty, in his late wild
goose chase: to Dixie, wherein he. did not catch
the goose, but discovered a mares nest. This
time it is CH. Singleton, who it will be reinetu
hered ma& his first trip to Richmond about the
time Mr. Blair made - his second. He is this time
aceompankid by Judge Huglii•s, late of the cut
of claims. They go out on theiviiwn hook, and
wilbno doubt return on the saute Nobody be
hey& that ;anything will could of it more than did
the other. People do think, however, that it is
high time o put an end to nonsense, thr it is only
viewed as I n farce, and nothing but a farce. There
-has got to be more fighting done betbre the rebels
will yield.) There will be ne peace until u despe
rate and decisiVt• battle between the combined
unities of both sides has been fought, which battle
cannot be deferrod many weeks longer.
The illumination of the public buildings through
out the citj on last Wednesday evening in honor
of recent tinion triumphs was a splendid success.
The night was very dark, and greatly aided the
beauty of !the display. The Capitol, Patent Of
tier and War Department presented most attrac
tion, yet the're were others. deserved attention,
especially the State Department, over the main
entrance to width the Hon. Secretary Seward
had suspended a large transparency' bearing the
thllowing significant words :
"PEACE AND GOOD WILL TO ALL NATIONS,
NO ENTANGLING ALLIANCES,
NO FOREIGN INTERVENTION."
Many private residences were also illuminitted,
and the Whole thing passed over with great eclat,
opt much to the disgust of secesh in general.
The mail Wit daily arriving from the Army of
the Potomac, brings up leads of crinoline, which
has by hocus poets winked its way in the army in
such abundance as to partly disorganize some of
the corps, making it necessary - to issue no urd,,r -
for its ejecnon , in forty-eight holm, and none al
lowed to come in hereafter.
The programme for the procession on the 4th of ,
March has not yet been published, as the prepara
tions are not complete. The arrangements making
are such as to wurrant the statement tint the whole
affair will be very large and very imposing, mol ,
•so than any one which has ever taken place. The
ball will he held on Monday night, March 6th,
and will be a brilliant affair. Ladies' dresses are
tieing madefor the occasion, costing bend reds of
greenbacks. Fiery - laid) is expected to have
plenty to wear!' No Flora MTlimsey'sadmitted.
Tickets $lO, admitting a gentleman and two la
dies. Each additional lady $2. No extra charge
for supper., The musie alone will cost over $l,-
500; supper $6,00ft,.
,During the last few days guerillas have been
very active in this department, coming sometimes
very close to the city Mosby is out again, and
has not less than a thousand men prowling about.
The greatest. care has to be exercised by officers
in posting sentinels and pickets, and they in turn
have to use much precaution against a surprise,
attempts ut which are made every night.
There SODIUM to be a prevailing opinion among
persons who hate hitherto been well posted as to
Lee's movements, that as soon as the roads be
come solid enough he will, in force, suddenly at
tempt another invasion of Maryland or Pennsyl
vania For that purpose it is said ho is quietly
collecting his men from the many places lately
held by him in the south, and massing them in the
, and sending forward supplies and storing
them away in time valley south of WoOdstock,
where they are at present out of the reach of
Sheridan's cavalry. Lee has to do something
desperate soon, either go out and break through
Grant's lines, or evacuate his present line of de
fence. If he evacuates, it is more titan probable
that part of his army will go north. .FrOm the
concentrating at Richmond of nearly the entire
rebel fiirce from Al quarters of the south, Leo
must lime at present considerably more than one
hundred thougand nien. Out. of this number it
would be an easy matter to spare thirty- thousand
Mr this expedition, mud as soon as the roads are
passable we need not be surprised to learn sud
denly that they have appeared in large force in
front of Winchester.
In consequence of 'the general exchange of
prisoners noir going on, the Paymaster General
has issued an order suspending payments to the
families of prisoners until thrther orders. This is
done to prevent inadvertant double payment.
Roger A Pryor arrived in town last ewning
from Fort Warren, and held an interview with
the President s.
—The rebel pirate Sennnes has been made a
Rear Admiral, and is to take command of the
James river squadron.
—Ou Wednesday last, the Speaker of the House
of Representatives at Washington, reprimanded .
Field the blackguard, who committed the shame
ful assault on Hon. D. Relic", a few
weeks since. He should now be expelled lq the
unanitnote ,l / 2 0te of every decent man m the noose.
Drunkenness is no upologypr
We learn from the Lewisburg Chronidethat
'Hon. Eli Slifer and Lady celebrated the 25th an
niversary of their marriage, last Friday evening.
Ou invitation, a large number of the Wends of
their youth and riper years paid their respects to
the esteemed couple, partook of their hospitalities;
and passed an evening which will be long and
Pleasantly remembered: -
—Col Hugh H Janeway of the let New-Jersey
Cavalry, wounded in, the late action nenr Peters
' burg, reached his home in Jersey City, MA week.
He is an example to young men of unfaltering de
votion to the service of their country. .11e conies
back with the twelfth wound. Entering his regi
ment at the beginning of the war, nineteen years
old, be has risen to be colonel artwenty-three.
As soon as his wound in healed be will have a
brigade of cavalry, and in that position will be the
youngest, as he is one of the ablest and most de
-servingofficers in the service.
the itanitlju ittpositinn; elpunbatibitto,
Tau DnAt - r,-111e dfaft for this Congression-, - ,
: id district, was . commenced on Tuesday of last
weekky the Board of :Enrollment, andetmtinned
during the week. drawing such sub-districts as
are making no , effort to fill their quotas. The
following is a list of those drawn for Franklin,
Bedford and Fulton np to Monday Lint :
Antrim tatetaitip.—Jumea Wilson. John Gotsert. Abra
ham .1 Gearhart, Wm. Omen, Jeremiah CGonlon. Win.
Martin of D. Joseph Deardorff, Daniel Hollinger, Anthony
Martin cord. Chas Nowell_ John Gossert. Wm. Flunkley,
David Good. Geo Piper, Gideon Sweigert, Wm Hackley
cord, Napoleon Miller John Grove of Jacob. Henry Spig
ler. John To'helm of Wm, Abraham Barnhart Charles
Gearhart. Dane 14 yin.a of Daniel, Henry Whitmore. Hos
re Sprat'ley cord, Peter Strine, Milton Brenner, James
ghee. Oliver Pluck. JiOn F Cain. 'Valentine II Bohn, Geo
Middower, West Spangler, Henry Hoover Julia S Ather
ton, Daniel Grove of Jno, Geo IV Sellers of sS Washing
ton Helman home Hoffman, Thomas liSpickler. Daniel
Pike, Zr,dco Wolff, Lewis Skeigs, Joseph Smith cord.
Sam'l Crider. George Rebuck, Cyrus l'eteroon, George
Burkholder, Win Patterson tivan'l Powell Geo Penning
or. John Goths cold, David little, (leo Hartman. Lori
Palmer. Swag hide, Palliate,- Cleary, Sarni Hiller. Jassib
Wilt. jaeolt Roffman James II Mello, ell. 'Victor 0
ler, Daniel Lechnine, Hurter Walker mini, Win Pensiturer
John Toiheint Jr, Leaman. Wm, Bell, John Gor
don, Daniel Foreman. Isaac Myers, Samuel Fenn irk,
David II Henry Illoyer, Jun L Grove of 1 , , Jacob
Deardorff, Jacob 8 Snively, Joseph Snively Jr, Timothy,
Anderson col d, Frederick B Snively, Ales Marks Snail
Gearhart Jacob A Snively, Abraham Sheely, Jere Shook,
Jacob' Mortal, Wm Sharzer, John Gorman. Levi Picket,
Hiram Swisher, Levi earn:man, Isaac Brubaker, David
Young, Lawman Fenn irk, Henry Raw, Jacob Stettler,
Alfred Burkett. Cranial Swielier, Jacob Hershey. Jahn
Miller cord. Jacob 55..11111,114., Jacob Wingert. John C li
Gordon, Nathan, N Nowell, Hezekiah Garveu, Julm R
Ray, Fred • k Baker, Isaiah Marten. Newton Hall, Dallas
Brenner. Calvin linger, Ahmhuin Gearhart, John Horst
of (5, Sam'l 11 Lone, Gera Burns. Turner Jordan, Jacob
Thus 11 Gitland, Michael Pfoutz, John E Slav en
Henry Fairs en Geo Nelson, col'ff, Thou Martin rui•d.
'John I: Be, Wesley Leizer, Peter Over. Jacob Wolff.
Nicholas Schrader. Barnetlialtimore, Abner Sluttzer, Da•
did Kohler, James 31 McCleary:, Jamb A Stover, Thad.
dens S Riley, Janice P Hill. Duni Valentine, him;
Cr, WWthiligtonliumts, Abraham Stine, Henry Grossman,
ltobt St Cluir, John Diggs raid, W Brittraker. Geo
Wise. Christian ilininger. Henry Casey, Mathias W Kin.
meeker, Jacob Piper. Cats it. Deatrich, ,J.teab Talhelut
Philip Garman, P BOWer,. Jacob Heike, Jacob
Shatter, Alberta, A Millrr, Henn• 11 Brendle, Samuel
lilueles. Abra h am P Brubaker-1X
Hoekentierry, Wm Emil:don,
'I his:Zeigler. Samuel Tunkins, Jacob Coons, Alfred Road.
Ephraim 'Taylor, Samuel FLerly. Robert Finley pt 11,
Hezeklah Edinoaeito. itieluird 3lorrow. Stephen Mc-
Vitty, Peter Hocketilsiny Samuel Peek. Jonathan H
Shearer, Thrums IS tinwon Edward Miller, James H Mc-
Kim, Jere Sumer, James Doyle, Chas Nirider, John
Haynes:, Shetler. Harman 1' Piper. V. Butts,
Daniel Piper. ;limit, Hammond, John Culbertson, Wm
Campbell. James 31urtay, Jahn Doyle Jan Taylor John
H Harry, Mines Everett James 11 Kauffman. Win Pi:
per, Henderson D Skinner. Nesbit A Elder Hngh Wad:
lam, Daniel Stowarrl--40.
Ha ruiltug retrnship.—Philip Christ. Philip Burkholder,
Joseph Martin Jr. Joseph Miller. Jos Martin, Pred'k
Dice Christian Rini, des McAleer, Basel Bemisdarffer.
Joseph Kennedy. John Ault.. 3tiohnel Diehl Christian
Struck. Martin Wengerd, John MOIL Wm. Keefer. Jo.
slim Johnon cold, Wm linter.' Jacob Cell. Geo Bare,
That Intior- cord. Henry Keiser, Jacob Diller. Joseph
Burkholder. Geo Lime, Cluistian Brand, Juiries Hey.
Levi Shuman, Joshua Palmer, James C Knoll, Martin
Deriviler Jr, Wa, Steiger. Reuben Palmer, Jacob Stye*,
Henry H Miller. Josiah Allen Jr, John A Caufman, Dn.
aid Hafer, John Shoup, Bohl, ltaino Allixm. John
1) Snider, Samuel Ebersole, Sam'l M Hoover, Isnao A
Thompson. John W .Detwiler, Goo reiffer. David, Ehy,
Jere String:, Joli.llßutt, David Simers H Bare,
John Andrews, Kabright Gehrix, Jain Etter, Wm
Lurran touvileip.—\lca Watriou, Jefferson LA-Leh,
Elias Stutub.r, Sarni Brinker, Wm (.t iirdmes. James
Spear Wm c Gulden, Wm Kriner, Isaac "Recd, Chrivt
Brevhbill, Cleo Reed., John Buck, Stephen Smoke, David
S Lehaven. John Cover, Elias C Thrush, John Rllamll
ton, Richard Flickinger, Jno L Rebook, Sam? liourey,
Adam Franklin, Sarni Stephen:Cl:Skin
ner, Jon Strike, Martin Breehbill, WllsonW Thru3h, An
drew Maxwell, James Bittinger, Tobias Wenger, Aaron
Snake, Wm Sahan
stn, &anis. Jim Suoke, David
41.Taal tow n 41ip.—Geo Price, Benj Malone, Juo T Jones,
lulrinli McClain. Sam'l R Jones, Jennings- L dolma,
Itobt NV MoAllen, Robt Alexander, Jno B Kyle, inn S
Shaffer, Sara . ' C Elden, Jere Miller, James W Walker,
Geo Jones. , Geo IVest Jr, Jou H Walker, Sol Pogue.
Smog Hoot Herekialt Hoffmanter,'llavid I) Stewart. Ilex
ekialt Parker eoINI, James Jones, Castlehin II Jones, Geo
3lonteernery towirellw.—Morris C Stable, John H Hunts
baker, Samuel. 31 IVs rdebangli, Geo W Hinkle; Nathan
Cuff cure, Daniel W Di, eibiss, limn' Tingley, George
Shaffer, Thos Pensinger, John Good, .11 1:1 Heal
Kuhn, John A Rhoads, Thus Kuhn, Isaac Yuman cord,
Willis Nei:ink:der, John Sourbeck. James Witherspoon,
John Myers Jr, Geo S 'Kesscinger, - John Hollinger. James -
ii Rankin, loon Richards. 31ichnel Bidinger, A It Rhea,
Henry Miller. ,antes Lawton, Wm A Kiser, Samuel Can
tiones cold. Jacob Neitavander, John Taylor, 'William H
Stoner cold, J W nankin, Joe Tolkin, John 31 Anderson,
John Smith. Samuel Allerman, Wm V Bradley, Wm Kl
- S J Rankin, John S Pedogruve, Jacob Conrad,
Thou A McDowell, John Hammond, John Bottles, Philip
Myers, John S Myers, George W Brewbecker. Androw3l
Hats. Small Bricker, John Shaffner, Charles A Eberly,
Snarl J Stake, Daniel P hiller, Alex Proven!, Ignatious
Drury, Tied. C 31etealf, Daniel Rogers, Fred'k Messer,
Charles Sithegur, Jacob Brewer,' Isaac Harrison colored,
Peter flood a :eorge W Garlinger, Hiram Warren. cord,
Darol B Harper, Skis Taylor, Henry Trever, intone Shea.
maker, Hour Bottles, Saari Boists Eli MeColluurici, Jac
A sea.'; loo k tioacas AU} en. alio 1.1., .
Starliper, Andrew ranch: Thornton Thompson cord. Das
viii lianiskiker, John 11 Angle,. John 31 Brown, Jacob
Rummel, Jas A \loans, Sohn Miller, Isaac Neiswancler,
John Elul - Laker, Gtvi Smith, Christian Itiven, of B, David
Shoemaker. Wm Killirenth cord, John Harper, Jos Rich
ards John C Shoup, Eli Shafer, Joe Palmer. Wm Jen
l'etor Spear. Jai W Duffield, 011 y Robison cord,
Jas Stoner. John Mon n, Torah seehrict David S
ner. Ezra Stoner. Willunn Unger, Relit H Baya..lohn C
Robison. Wm Frye, Jno 31ilicr, Jacob I) Miller. (mei - , W
Miller. Chant 31t ens of C, John Lindsay, Thos 31 4 issese•
than, Benj Conrad, John Mummert, iieerge Sliepplint
Oscar 'l' Elliott cord, Abraham Beat, John billion, Louis
Eberly, Henry Pulsgrove, Alex,l'arrett, Samuel Adams,
Peter Keller, Saud Koontz, Chas Slander, Jos N Brewer,
Jacob Ilawbecker, Christ Myers of Jo,, Levi Vous Wm
S Johnson cord Newton Stoner cold Danl. Myers, Leo
nanl,Fritts, Wm M'Neal. Geo Sites, Wm W Auld, Curtis
Doolabaum, David Croswell, l'utterfon Brubaker, David
V Craig, David Sander., Jacob Phto, John Starlepper,
Levi Mann, Charles 'Wilson. J Wesley Angle, Simon
Jinn beelcer, Jonathan Kissecker.-150
Quincy township.—Jos Grimes, Wen G Smith, Jere Hess.
Than Patterson cold, John Weisner, Vulettime Hill; Wm
Pope. David Mentzer, Jr. Alfred Cananel cord, :stunner
Crenger, Win Finfroek, Ambrose Welch, Henr4,lll,,Fer•
ren, Josiah Miller, John Hoek. J
Stoops, Levi C Kepner, Geo W-IdeCiestry. Jacobi - retook,
Geo Rook;.3Vrn Reed Jr, Wm J McCleary, Harmon
Butnhaugli, Jacob Moon of S, Lewis Cromer, Josiah Bur
ger, Hiram Jno A Frederick, Jos Rouse,f.Jacob
Sommers, David Riley. Henn - Row of H, Jens Gossett
Sarni Heller, Benjamin F Burgisr, Thos Keitz, Samuel
Lookabaugh, Sol Stanley of 41 Jos W tiollenberger,
Frank Kurtz, John Lantz, David Moon of D, Wm Bonn
of .7, Chas Becks, Sam'l Renoker, Elias Gyer, Solomon
Parkinson cold, Beni Solomon, Get/ harkens, Jacob Brick
er. Henry Itosenburg, S Wingert, Jacob Shafer of
0, Henry Coffman, Daniel Mister, Geo Dicker, Jacob
Harmon, Jacob \Vagranan, Jacob Moats, John Walk,
John Sprow, Josiah Pltarnoy, Andrew Shank, Ellin Me-
Ferrell, Henry 31idslour, John Avert-, Salmi Renaker,
Wm Barker, Isaiah Carbangh, WraWolff. Abraham Clog
-ston, Jos Fl Wingert, Ben) MeCinges. I'red'k Beekner,
Sam'l Knepper, at P Alfred Riley, David Newcomer,
.Daniel Small Jr, Peter. Whitmore Jr', Ismael Hess, H
Harrison, Almsham Gulley, David Knepper of .1, Adam
Lookabangh, Geo Dull, Arthur Colonial, John Fanny,
John Wiles, Hugh Parker, Datil Reed, Napoleon Sprite,
WWI Sollenberger, Adam Storer, Cornelius Nell of
David Rook, John P Benedict, Albert Carbangh, George
Benedict, Jed Knepper. Calvin Secrist gamil Hefner, Bu
se! \lcKnew, Jno Thompson,lEdikad Lee' cold, I 1 I ,
Ductd, Leander King, Win Jacob 5' Ileeftier,
Worm - Wore Rudy cold, Elden Wells, Jacob Hassler, Peter
Riblar, Abraham E Price, Lewis Shill, Sol Ilarlaingh,
Wrn Thompson, Jou Kane, Levi Thompson, Jonathan
Bear of' 5, Jacoeb Smelter of D, Jacob Smith. Wm
:Mentzer of J, Dan'l Price, Chas W Smith. Suml Secrist,
Winfield Tarter cold, Closet Miley, John Holler Jr—Mun
son Curbaugh. Christopher Hetifner, David W3lnzur, Geo
W Greenawalt. Wm (handcar'. Wm Cuulliman, Samos G
- Wertz. Geo Kcagy, Dan'l Penee.-138.
Wialtington knead oip.-1 , redl Ernst, Nicholas Bone
brake, Washington Dunlap. David 11 linker. Geo Royer,
David Scott, Martin Funk of J, Sheeler Whitmore. loans
Fitz, John 011er, David Steffy,
.W S Koons, Michael
Lesikabangh, Henry Itinebeart Nicholas :Rinehart, Geo
sin boar, Daniel Swisher. Henry !lineman, David Lobr..
Simnel S'lcank, Win Harbangh, 3figthili Piburz. David
tripe, Isniali Sprankfe Jno Hess, Uncial' Funk, Solomo n
Newcomer', Solomon Snowberger, A limhani Decuslorff,
Stanuel Ominike, Jon H Gilbert. &morel Needy Jacob le
Buiffale, John Ripple, Peter Riles, Daniel Hartman, Da
vid U Miller. Sarni S Deurilort, Christian Bare, James
Wesley cord. Luther Spellman, Caleb Corbel, Joseph
Spellman, Daniel Kiser, Samuel Frantz, Napoleon Helier,
John Wiles, Henry Baer. Jobs, Singer. John W Brown,
Solomon Surbaugh, Georg& Steltev, slatiob Shank, Gen A
Beaver, DaraisS-McDerrnot. Jacob S Leasher, Bet juntin
Shockey, Geo Lids, John Hughes. David Duck, John
Hoke, John Price, Jacob F NC11.1.11111, Joseph Woolurd,
James Bolt, Benj 11 Price, Wm It limiter, Win A Flory,
Cyrus Shrivel'. Joseph N Dentler, Win 11 Beam, Elias
Snowberger, Robert Kittle cold, lanais horns, Joseph
Hers. Sam'l .Mann, Henry Scott. Frunk Hoicxlille, Roma ,
nos Williant Wm Somers. Bent Frantz. Peter Renter,
Daniel Beth. John Burcors, Joseph S Otter Luther Fish.
cr. Andrew Dill, John L Metcalf, Joseph FunkoWashiligi
tun lienchof, Fre i rk J Dakelicart, Jihad) Wiles, George W
Somers, John Fillicsikey of C, Daniel II Baker, John lain-
ills Jima, Seively. Cleo V Meng, D arl a limli a jamt, J o hn
RLeller, Jaws liSmith Win II Brim n, Thmeol Doiti t e,
Jamb Wolff. Geo W Sumbough, h e artl, II lienehof,
Crill3. Samuel Wiles. Samuel .h !Mohr. Joeltten w
Miatbew Metcalfe Samuel Fritz ofJoeub.-112.
Waynesboro boroorh.:—Clltyton Frey, John Drexler,,,
Frod . k. A liorlainah, Jot I' Moult, Jno Bonner, Geo Mid.
dour, Jose. King John Riaborilton. John HooSk,h. Yther
Gaut, John Hahn, John liidnr, Eli Little, Illrant S Sib.
belt, Wm G Smith, Joiinh Cnkrner, Juoub Wolferstior
grr, Abed= Lehr, Ezra Landis James It French. Dr
bane N .Nnah Snobir Samuel K Smith ChM
Haustine, Samuel M Hoettick Edgar 5V Watimbnugh,
Nathaniel Crouse, Hiram -Snider, heavy Cl Funk.
Funk. John J Ervin. Jesioll I)etrieh, Mot ise Rider, tits)
W Weldi S Bemire. Run Walter E Erolrt, Jaeol/
Beaver. Gen Frick, Dot it Adone. Marin Geiter,.John
Rider. - Daniel Gamer. N ylfckla,t, Geo Stover,. Jo.
Matt F Hartz, John Sanders, Conrail 'Ruth, John Spang
ler, Jurors II Garton. Jacob liorket--11)
Bedford taw reildp.—Atairm% An/10i, Isaac Earnest: Stunt
\Vatter. Win Sellers, Philip Earnest, Jno Harmon, Sam''
'Weller, Adam Koontz. Jacob Young, Jesii, Diehl, Firn'i
Walker, Andrew I; Diboll, Alexander later, Silas Mm
Pherson cord, John Wilson, David Flory, Geo lieltzel,
Josiah Mock. John Q Koontz, Josiah Ritchey, John Hush,
Wm 'Morehead, John Strominger, Thomas Amick, Henry
Slime", Win Thompson, John Haley, Goo Mann, Daniel
Deflbaugh, Abraham Heighard, James Ileltzel. Daniel
Seigier, Jonathan Dihent 'Hey E W Kirby, Koontz Evan,
Andrew. Malin„losepli Stickler, Adam Diberd, Thornton
Ruby, Wm Simpson.-4 0 .
Broad Top tinruship.-11..n W David L Whi•
ted, Chas A WES lip, James Horion,-Daidel Abhor, John
Harney, Oliver Sl StePvrt, Harrison Meek, A A Ammer.
imin, Geo White Alex Everhart, Cap Jut, Eicheiberger,
James Evans. Louis Wright. Win Spangler, Henry Mil.
ler, John Shuck, Morgan A Hunter, Jamea Green, Heal
Edwards, John IS Castor, Innek Jackson, Jacob Dilugh•
arty, 'rhos D Sleuth, Geo Richardson, Alfred Evans,
John Long, Edmond II George. Peter Damon, Morgan
Wright, Thai Fulton, Wm smith, Phloem; Grum, Jas
11 6 .0 David it Rank. Daniel Smonse. David
IMC Flgard, Joseph Zimmerman, Arndt EtMit, -rld
Wise, Wm C Davis, Foul Wasters, Danial,3tozsgem,-.Bte
ph-go Wright, Jo/Erode; Wm James-,Thota - Johns - , Ja
cob Barnet, Wne,Harnett,'Sain'l H Anderson, Jo:megrim
ley, l olinMclntyre, Alex- Rankin, An Pincher, Win A
P P ark, David Eltere, Bea) Whited, James T Tuseir, D
Colcrain townaMp.--Geo McLellan, Geo Dielff, - Jno A
Hera-laser, Henry P Diehl, Josiah Ott John H Cessna.,
Josiah Ressler Froark Friend, Eli Caele, Josiah
F r ie n d William, Adana Little Francis Diehl. Jolla:LEK-lc
ley, Joseph Cesnal, Wm Diehl, John W Petrel, Henry
Harkelrinad, Reny Dabert. Benham Smith, thompson
-Shafer, !Adam liarkelrond.—i^'',c - • -
Snahti gprin,y townriaip.—Simon Kokena', Jos Snowber
ger. Abraham Hitcher. Wm Forney, - David Deffulnalgh,
Henry 'teed', Peter fonts.. of H., Michael Wierham, Daul
Ilershtaerger, Aaron Wlietstone, John' Shress, inert,
(Limner, Wilson Lysinger, Goo - Smonie Mathew Morti
mer. Joseph IBesbrow John Roler, Jamb Lingefelter,
James °mavens mird. Hiram Shank, Jacob Slobs, John 11
Camhesiland Malay toruship.—Saml Hendrixon, Wnt
J Hunt, John R Boor, Tobias Boor. James Effinunson,
cord, Emanuel Wertz, Ednurd Haney, David Hunt
'flue Faller, coral .Daniell R Anderson, Josiah D Boor,
John Gillum, Thus Hoot, Peter Deremer.
Jo-epla Hemming. Jos NV Boor, Wan Wertz--IS.
East Proroicuce townskip.—Abralmin Morgart Wilson
Cents. Christian Felten, Enos Wink, Henry Ritchey.
Gideon Ritilley. Michael Bleakly.- John C Rhom, Ab m .
ham T Foor, Henry Layton. Philip Peneyi Andrea
Richey, Jacob Roush, Oliver McDaniel—i4
licrrison township.—Suml E Miller, Isaac Devore,
Michael C Miller, Levi /Miller. Wm Ream, Elijah Miller,
Lone Clark, Joseph Sifera. Aaron Young cord. Josiah
May. (le„ W Horn. John P Smith, John G Smith. Jona
than-Hyde. Jacob C Devore, David Miller, 3furtiu V 13
Knout!: David Smitta—lS •
Hopewell township.. Jacob NBroadstour ' Ldiais Baize'.
Pins I.ittle, John Bingham. Thomas Kay, „Nbrailaion.Sliel•
Iv. John B 3 cars, Wm - Ott, Geo Szon't
'lVm lionvocsi This A Viper, Joseph Hinish, Jacob Bur
ger. John Stone, Wan A Grove. David 8 Flank, Sauffiel
Juniata townsdi p —Stowe Moon, -Jobe Kerr, Francis
Frantz, Geo Foust, Win Brown, Freffk Hillegass, Lewis
Turner, Jonathan Kahle, John Imgrund, James Tipton,
.100 H Fragger, John Keller. Henry Corley, Benj Frog,
ger, John Borges cord. Michael Chrley, Wm Paleeer; Ja
mb H Hilleguss, John A Bums, polin Shippy. Andrew
Diehl, Isaac Fisher—'32
Liberty rownship--limary SeVits, Samuel Flock. Jacob
°alas John McClain Join Black, Jonathan L Hoover,
tin, Plucke. I , 0 Allenam John Kelley. ~NVau
Wm Vuostine, Franklin Stolen Thug Cypher, Wm lieu
man. John Hurry, John Kensinger. ('riot. Berkstrasser.
Jacob BrialenstaM, Jno Hansel., Chas - 31eGee, Jacob Her-
Skaruccel Grabill. Abraham Kensiugor, Joho If Her
bert. Hurry Speese„ Samuel Either, Jos Smelser, Tobihs
soyalcv, Jacob Roads, Snail Bieber. Fletcher MiCulum, ,
Mark II penis, V,tis 31'Cabe, W.White Jacob Svster
Lon thmdt,lt ononnitip.-LaSainuel Clitz, Winscan
Ph lip Devote, Solomon Smith, Henry Miner. Staral it a
german David V Evans, Wm J Carpenter, Calins 31 De
nom. Marti,, 1. Miller.-10.
moldie Woodhcory tatnnship.—Edward Filen. David
Ilattly, Stool Bawler, Ramie S Brown, Jaime. Howard.
Ilona Wareham, Juo S Longenecker, Wan Justice. Beni
I Owe. Dan'l liensinger„lbruham Kirk, Imam P Hoot Cr.
Patrick II Davis, Conrad Niemienats, fiam'l Prior, John
Real. Th. Johnston, James Clay. Lome Reiff. Titus Wm
son, James Miller, Alex Sell, Edward Lewis, John Dun•
lap, Joseph Shirk, John S Wolf, Ilezekiah King, James
Snowden. John King, Jackson Turkey, -David D Snow--
- berger. Sam'lS Carper. Jamb Knulfman, John Dick, Jon
Garber,. Joseph Butner, Christian L Holsinger, Wm
Cashman, Nicholas It Barley, Dan'lSStager, Paul Foust,
.Inthouy Soli David DBrombaugh.Christopher MeEnol
ly, David II Byers, John Laney, Don't It) en, John T
Keagy, Beni F bangenecker, James Melnegor, Jauxab
Ilassliar, Joseph Long, Harry Mock. Peter L hems - . Waal
Baker, Miehuel °anther, Franeis Spicer. Samuel Byers.
James Robinson, Smug B Kokanour, Wm (lutes,, Aim
ham Ka-weenier, Wra Elder, &anal Bechtel, John Free-
Land, Samuel S laMsenecker, Joseph Smith, David S K
Monroe emonahip.—Johu Durant Michael Crothere,
Cleo Vanstine, Edward Means, Jaunts Kennel, was Lay
ton, It. L Miller, Cornelius Rice, Mahal Akers. James
Wahl Jonathan Rice, John Bishop, Michael Reamer,
Philip Swatwelder, Jere Clark, Jacob Mills, Le me Wei
mer. David Bishop Josiah Ktraili, Henry Monanuare.
'Philip Boatmen, Jam IN .- Nyman, Wm Robing. Jacob For-
Moseaf Shaw, Jacob Smith. Henry Markle, John
Boor, Harrison, Bemeath. Wm Roberson Jr, Joseph Bet:
aline, Jere Shuw, John W Nyman, Wilson Njeum. , 3ll-
affinel Fleteher,"Joho Fletcher, David Markle Thaddeus
Napier township.—Adam Stichler, Solomon Miller, Jae
rob NV Miller, Michael 8 Darr, Daniel B Herne, George
Cv Bums Jacob Bowers, Eaos Illeekburn, lobe Mooch.
-JOhn A Rock, Silvester Sonser. James Wilsm. John F 1
Border, John 31Hiner, Henry Ellenberger, Josiah A Bora
der, John Dollard, Michael Miller, John (I Foight, John
Miller, Wm ltd Anzu'l Horne. Win Witiegard
ner,-linthan Crisman, Jacob Hartman, Gabriel Hull, Cy
rus Notes°, Harrison Due-a
-2S a •
Schellshurg borough..—tlOurgo ,Shark, Win Mahany,
Frank Marburg, JOllll Oda, Will iteminger, Peter Seller,
]ate E Blacklaurn, R W Berketnner, Conrad Felalater,
Abraham Long, Abraham' Shell N H kikryles, Henry
Culp. Francis I'oommn-141
,Satothampton =cask ip.—Sathaniel llama John What
' stone, Geo Gordon, John H W Drake, Jos V Rice, James
Elder. George Sipes. Zurlaaties Mowery. Acheraleanett,
Abraham Bennett, Michael' Hums' Wm•Northramt, Bert
a le? Miller, Abraham Mumes of J, John Ruby, David
JFetter, Peter Rem:linger. Wm H Buxton. Blichael Row
land, IVelley'Collins, Jcwhottßrownutz, Isaac Chiffon Ro
bert Asia, John A Potts, John Mom Jasper Ash. Philip
Ritchey, Jas friorthemit. Bernath liamm, Airtime)) , Cling
erman. Henry C Stuckey, John T Collins, John Fetter,
Jesse W Mors, David Clams, Israel 31 Bennett, Lennox C
Ash, Jena Bennett. Henry Martin, Geo Smith, Solomon
Wilkinson, tleo Imes, Wesley Perden, Jos Morse, George
W Saylor, Jos - Richer, Abet Johnson. Jesse Perdeu. Jno
Hoss, "John Carson, Samuel Barnes, Henry lines,- Henry
Ruby, Wesley Wigfield, Alfred Northeralt, Alfred
• Saul!, Woodberny totontJaip.-Lewis Cell, Joseph Dave;
Jacob Baker, flew Ebersole; John Fa HawbeekerAVin
B Noble, Isaac Itmee, George Leashes.% Adam Sayer,
Etrtril . srn ter, -- ..m00b B Parry , Jamb Sttobge, Andrew
Furry, Attain Kughman, Alex Stoner, John Miller, John
.5 Rosh, Jams Deitrieh, Andrew Shoenfelt, David Eber
sole. David Teeter, Levi B Replogle, Wm Hissing, Dan
iel PEbersole. Hiram Way. Peter. Snowberger David.
TI-Coones, Abraham Ebersole; David L Replogle ,
• Sollenberger, Thus Dooley, David Sell, Samuel Teeter
;of John, John Jordon, Jacob T Hetrick, David Rice, Ja
amb Rivals, J P Snowberger, Jacob R Bechtel, John J No
ble, JconesllGrebam. Christian Snowberger, Daniel Ii
AbrahemKreiger, John S Snyder, Ifenie II Mil
ler, John Biddle, Daniel It Burger, Abraham ifowery,
John L Maine, Solomon Wynnt, George 111. Bayer, David
M Diltz, Christian Hinkle, David It Koekendelfer, Con
rad Inaler, Philip Croft, Elliott Ls Ralston: lumen, Lyons
St. Clair lornsAip.—Froalk Ilerkhamer, Wan Whitaker,
Amos Whitaker, Hoary I` Smith, Elikinmßlackburn, 311.
sheet Deaner, Andrew Dull, Levi 0 Weisel, Peter Mock,
John Henry Miller, of 31 Gen Hinsling, Valentirie Henry,
John MeCreary, Peter S Wm Rininger, - George
Sleek, John Clay - a - tomb, Christianliolsinger, Eli Rogers,
Peter Nunemuker, Abnerfileek. Emanuel Morehead, Geo
Calathan. Isaac Smith, Abner Griffith. Cyrus Penrose,
Enoch Blackburn. Somuel Burger, Jesse • Willis, Adam
Sareels, Gets ll' IhMetint, Michael Stonehaugh, Josiah
King. Joseph Smith, Jesse It Sleek, Woo Cuppet, Henry
Ilonestme, Cyrus 3lay. Joseph Holsinger, Wu/Blackburn,
Gideon Rogers, Robert 31 Smith, Isaac Homer, John 31
Blackburn, John S Holsinger. home C Miller, Joseph 0
Rouser, Wm Kirk, Wm Alalstedt, Jacob Shriner, Jacob
Thomas, Wm Tunnel, Geo Barkhamer, Dahiel Spicher,
Wm If Earnest. Eiwomf Miller. Franklin Mickel, David
A Irks, Israel Davis, Harrison - Blnekbuni 011 , 30.1) Grow
den, Thos S Holsinger, Anios Barthimer, Henry-WeDare
ski Jeweph Brown , :Mahlon Penrose, Fred'k Oiler, Geo
Varna Enos Corte, Andrew Shawles, Diehard Griffith of
Jos, Wm BCrassauen, James Clossen, Wm Jetnes.-1 - 4.
Union tognehip.—Geo Sowers, Jacob Kaufman, Frell'k
Storle, Wm Carrel, John James. John Breaglo, William
Reighard, James Burket, Thou J Crayle, Geo NV Taylor,
John G Sloneker, Jos C Dull, Andrew Morehead, Jan 31
Walter, Benj Slick, Jos S Riddle, John Claycorob of JllO,
Abdrew Allison, Michael Feathera Jno Krell. Jacob Sian.
for, Henry Feather, Geo Krell. Josiah Griffith, Valentine
Reeser, Th. Choir, Adolphus Ake, Samuel Shafer, Jere
Mark, Jae Wright, Samuel Weyant, Dan'l Helsel, Adam
Premier, Henry Burk, Michael Burket of Saml, 31icliael
Walter of Joseph, Moses Crissman, Grundy Ate, Adam
Croyle, Chnimeey Croyle, Lewis Clear, George Stirrers,-
Don't Clear, Francis Beard, Thomas C Cameron, George
Kniseley, Martin Walter, Jas Feather, Wm Clayermia, -
,Jos H Griffith, Saral Waiters of Jno, Sam'} Croyle, Har
rison Feather, Jno Hartle; Jim Cloghonhoirr, Isaac Feath
er, Emanuel Benton,' Jacob Walter, Samuel Weyarat of
John, Isaac Corle.-62
(Fee Proridence tinonship.—John Detwiler, John Rose
bough, Henry Riredey, John S Mortis, 'Stumm' Zimmer
man, John Lysinger, Abraham Baughman, Wm Hughes,
Bplarahn Wilkins, Jonas Pittman, Joseph Clark, Joseph
Dasher, Andrew Burned, John W Eshelman. John J Dale
ert,Sinuan Razard, Snail Pittman-1H
Moody Run borough.--James P Burndollar, John C
Clarkson, Jacob Wagoner, Freark Felton, Christian Wag
oner. Robert Stockmen, Samuel B Tate, Samuel D Wa
ntons -Celan/ Lucas, Samuel R Bottomfield. John Shook.
John Herring, Rev J 11Polsgrove, Wm Cott, Martino
Buroalollar, Simon EI Lender-16
Ayr township.—Munuel Comtnerer, Johu Lots, :humph
Stouffer. 1 . 01111 Moser. James Stheh, Philip Everts, Main
Oreminger, Asa Harris. Johnston Nelms, Peter Finiff,
Conrad Lamp, Geo Rely, Jneola Carinangla of Joe, Joseph
Spenlauff, Geo Hull Jr. .1 31 Tritle, A V B s.rde"
Harr, Geo W (Heim, Philip Miller. John Glenn, Daniel
Carbaugh, Gets Carlanegla. Win Hanks, Daniel Glans,
Wm TOlbert, David P Fields, John Keyser, David Mont
muey:F. Jasaab Pannonia It. Christian Carla:nigh, John
llorr or IL Geo Tritle. Jamb Barman, Jno (iressinger,
Christina-Marto°, Otho Sowders, (leo Darks cold, Jonah
11 Levisher, 'Benjamin Stouffer, Lintel- Trifle. Geo Bar-
Mont, Jacob Pittman of 8, David Greenly. David Konalnli
Bel ast township.—Gro 31 Truax, Harvey °magi;
Jamb Alalott of Jac, Beat Garland, R I/ Clevenger. filo--
Rctlrl township. Anton Diehl. Charles Barton. lilt
Bernhard. Dennis D 11 Hams, Wan L MeKabbon. William
Shitsaway,"Jno fl Charlton, Morgan Winters, William V
Kirk, Nathan Morris. Wro it el , Emanuel Smith, David
Smith, Jolt Marten, William (1011. Henry H Hill , John T
Itichards,Rienry Wilson, Ras Heading, John Daniels Jr,
Geo Renck, Arehibald Barnes, Henry lloluer, Wm Flow•
Andrew Daniels. Path Hoopettgardner.—TO
Brush Creek er Forney, Wati A Smut,
Amos Wink, Wesley 31 Akers.-1-1
Dubitra township—William J MeFrarlaud. Conrad - Ort - ,
Howard Labia, Robert V Caurapbell, Jno - NN Baker, Wm
Licking Creek township.-11'm Sipe, Geo IV Cleven
ger, John Fix, Hiram Clevenger, James B Harris, Julio
l'alemene. Wm Henry, Wm Green cold, Conrad J'Sipe,
sane] C Kline; Morris Dishoug, Reuben 31 Ildna. John A
Ilaumen, .Tohn W Hoop, Andretv Dishong. Joseph Bar
nett, Wan II 11 Sinaleffieeker, Amos.' Menotti-, Wan Val
tunes. Levi Bally John S Elinr , Geo Tice Jr-9.2
Ve(bnndlsbarg Barou,gh.„—John Tawten. John Lynn,
' Canaries 1' Miles Geo Sing, Sam'l' 8 Noyes, Janos
Taylor township—Josiah Witter, Stephen Witter, Ste
phen 1:(41 , 0m, Wm Grove, Isaac Winegualuer, Joseph
Cunningham Thou Kiik, Miehnel Long, Robison Horton,
Sumnritllam, John Miller, Daniel Leiallg, Jesse Wood.
cock. Seel t 1 Gladfelter, Elias Bram a Lewis Bergetrea
ser, Das id Laidig, David Valiance, Geo C Lambetsuo,
Henry Sipe, Sorel Buck, Timothy Hauck, Wan entelmli.
Peter Weaverling-24 •
Thompson township.--Jaciab L Racharci, John Winters,
Nathaniel 11 Evans, Eplaradan Gregory, Abner Hess, J o b
Peck, John S Vonker, Richmond Litton. 4-. S.
Todd township.—John Fore., DanlOtt, Glif4 Jr,
James Cooper, Christian Rottger, Dan'l Fme.--0.
tornship.—Ananlal Hoop, Snag Willet.-2. •
Tne 22d of February, ever dear to the hearts
of the American people as the natal day of the
Father of our glorious Republic, the - immortal
Washington, has been re -consecrated by the sue.
ceases of our armies in this the second dawn of
our national existence; a dawn which presages
the re.nnion and permanent establishment Of the
most noble monttment , to , hint of whOro it has been
truly said, !` that Goddiade him childless that a
nation might call him Father." And although(
the modal lusikof thoso who !vault -fain have;
rent in sunder this refuge of the oppressed, have ,
beeu laid upon our once prosperous town, we feel'
safe io saying that in-uo place was a more fitting
tribute paid to oar Christian Patriot. Hero than
in.ChaMberiburg- , The military, under command
of Major Morgan, mado i a fine display. Although,
stationed in ourl midst. hey drew rorth.t.sprei.
61116 of surprise from admiring citizens, because
of their formidable numbers and-martial bearing.
The close ofthe day was 'mon fittingly devoted,
'by a large concourse of our people, to listening to
the oddress of the Rev. Dr. Conrad. delivered in
the M. E. Church. • Thu theme of this &cola*
was ''' - Christianity the moulding
,power in the
character of Washington," and to no student Of
history could the task have been given with more
hope ('e sweet ss.: Placing bur Washington upon
the rock which he in early years selected as the
firm foundation of-all his hopes, the learned Dr.
led ui along through a happy and Prosperotis life
up to the time when the lowering times that he
tokened a nation's languish, caused darkpers to
overshadow the bruit of our , youthful hero, and
by a eareful rehersal of historical filets, proved
that in hat time in the eventlel life of hint non
whom the hopes of u nation rented, (lid he doubt
the power in Him Who promised that His rod and
His staff should ever lead and support those who
put their trust iii Him. So fully Was the charac
ter of Washington, endowed with Christine Prin
ciples, that he fullY reet;gnized the rights of Our
common humanity. and in his last will and testa
ment made full provision that us
,far as his own
individuabefferts were snatched. the infamous.
system ablution bondage which had been fasten
ed upon UR by iniquitous laws, should be Made of
uo effeet. Devoted to the cause of humanity, 'and
obedient to the emThitands of God, be did not 'fail
to do to others as he Is mild ha t e them do to him,
and iu all things did hi' endeavor to fultill the taw
of Christ. We will not attempt to give our read
ers even a 'synopsis of this able discourse, fiat an :
,mated by the fact that, our gotermalent has again
established its supremacy on the desecrated spot
whet the vile reptile of treasou had its origin,
uud has again natal-led the Star Spangled Batmer
mum: the ramparts where traitor hands 'first
caused it to trail, the thrilling ehxtuence of the
speaker mut 800 Us pen cannot reproduce ;, anti
our Only regret' is that thecharacter of Washing
ton; as there portrayed, sunning be held, tip to
„the shrieking gaze of traitors and rebels every
where, that thus they might be made to feel !that
if semi th6y do not tutPr'llisfranchisement at the
Lauds of their fellow-countrymen, they hurt at
least Yost their birth-tight claim to Washington.
ENT EIRPRISING DESEIrrER.—Mr. Jacob
nsher, of Guilford township, arrested_last Satur
day morning and delivered at the Provost .Mar
.shal's office, a man in Uniform who en exatuina
tion.gave his ramie as 'William
,#eyser, from Co.
C., Cole's Cavalry, and stated he had deserted. his
regiment allay or two before near Keameynville,
Virginia. He carried a large bundle, which upon
inspection was found to contain among other
things the following articles :, A full piece of
swiss; a drewpattern pf silk ; ten yards of nalico;
twenty yards of lawn: three pair of stockings;
two pair of Kid gloves ; one silk taupe; one cash
mere scarf; collars; handkerchiefs} untier-clu
thing; jewelry ; gold chain ; greenbacks;
graphs end,wedding-cards. This was IsaMgh in
all conscience.as the - proceeds of one robbe4, but
the detective Inak,ing' the examination was horri
fied, upon pursuing his investigations further, to
discover that the prisoner, beneath his Milit - a7
garb, was ensconced in three night govvus; two
white skirts and three aprord The villain is
supposed to, hare committed a robbery in Hagers
town. _Efforts are being made to discoier the
owner oftbestolen - artiefee and thennworOly sol
dier will be properly dealt with, by the - Provost
Coax Hositsr.—We see it stated that the pa.
per makers will pay a handsome price for corn
husks to be made into paper. The idea is one
worth the considenstion dour farmers. Mr. Is
rael Lamborn. of West Bradford, Chester coon.
ty, has for three years preserved hit; cord husks.
His last Gill's crop of corn hasks on six Acres of
corn, sold for $l2O. This strikes as quite an item
in the profits of farming--about.eighteen or twen
ty dollars per acre. His crop has been Sold for
mdtr'j•sses—whether the husks would be Worth as
much for paper we know not. Mr. tumborn
proceeds asfollows—he cuteand shocks hig corn
at the usual time ; after it 'tis dry he stripes the
ear, husk and all from the stalk, bads the' ears in
and deposits them on the barn floor, and ',puts up.
the stalks in shocks. lie then husks hid ears at
leisure, and runs the husks through the threshing
machine -taco or three 'times, which seParates
the " nubs
Boy Sntrr.---We learn from the omppensourg
Sentinel, that on the .11th inst., Mrs. Michael Ga
ble, of Culffertson's 'How, with her young son
about three years old, was visitiug at MrJ Charles -
Wolff 's near that place. It seems that Mr. Wolff
had taken one of the children Of the Baltimore
Aid Society to raise, and this little buy and 11dra., 4
Gable's son being left alone in the room for a few.
minutes, the boy of Wolft's attempted to get a
pistol out of a drawer, or cupboard to show it to
the other, When it was accidentally discharged,
the ball striking the son of Mre. Gable in the
breast, passing directly hetweeii or around the
lungs. and lodging at the back of the right shoul
der. The - hall was extracted on the folloWing
Monday by Drs. Howland and Kennedy.
little fellow is doing well and there is eery pros
pect of his recovery.
OH: IN Fuvrox COUNTY.—The Fulton Repub.
Van giviAlhe following tut evidence' that oil ex
ists in that county A spring °tithe fartn of Mr.
jonaihan Hess, about ten miles south of this place,
in Ayr township, evidenced, on its surface, its im
mediate proximity to a Petroleomic deposit. To
ascertain whether such was the ease or, not, Mr.
mess, a few days since, took a piece of flannel,
and tearing it in halves saturated one pleet in the
w;ters of the spring. After being thorMighly sat
urated it was taken out and . dried ; then each
piece was set on fire. The piece whiciitad not
been in the water, us is usual• with woolens, re
fused to baril,"while that which had betM immers
ed blazed forth with tho'hapidity of burning cot e
ton. showing at once the oily nature of the waters
of. the fountain."
T C f 7 I HOMES TO SHADE
'There is. no act, not absolutely , criminal,that is
more inexcusably" careless or blainewtahy 'than
that of tying horses to shade trees on 'the streets
of the borough. These trees are.l4bli onnunen
tal, and exceedingly desirable for the shade they
afford the inmates of_the houses and the pasiers
along the streets. They are only obtained, how=
ever after a great expeutlitare of care and time
on the part of their owners, and therefore Should
not he lightly esteemed by any. They.nre a Rib
lie benefit as well as a private convenience, and
they kiwi therefore justly been taken ;tinder the
protection of the orough authoritiesi Persons,
doubtless, - often tie their horses to the trees along
our streets, thoughtlessly, and without the slight
est idea of the injury they are liable to inflict.
MAII9II4LL COLLEGIATE IsgrqtrrE.—We
huve received the annual circular of this day and
boarding school for young ladies and young men,
located in Mercerabtirg, Pa. Charlet G. Fisher,
A. M., formerly of Cluunbersbarg, and S. B. Mil•
ler, A. 8., are the Principals. They ere assisted
by a corps of teachers, all of whom have experi
ence and reputation.- This Institute certainly
Mart 1, 1865.
prevents advantages 10, 0111) pAlie moat° any.
institution in the country. Its cause of instruc
tion comprehensive, and embraces _ a course
in the EtiglA,Mathematimd and Classital branch-.
es, intended to fit students for the advanced eh's;
so in college, or prepare them for business in life-
The tuition and Wanting are very, reasonable
sufficiently so to enable yijung men of moderate
means to avail themselves of its advantages.
RE-c.LeTtnED.—From letters mewed in this
place from Salisbury, t. C., we learn. that Thus:
11. Al'Dowell, J. Porter Brown and George Cull
man; three of our citisen prisoners who escaped
from the rebel prison in that place a short time
ago. "ere re.captured by north Carolina'utilitia
near newberne, within „five hours march of the
Union lines,after-having travelled over three hun
dred miles, and taken bake!' back * to the piton
from which they escaped.- - The rebel authorities
endeavored to make them promise they would not
attempt it again, but withtinteffect.
We are permitted t r publish the toliewing let
ter in reference to the :exchange of our prieon:
era, V hieh will explain itself:
HEADQUARTERS AR= OF TIM U. $., }
Vity Point, Va., Febx 1E63.
Mei. D. M. Enisu:—Matliie . : Your letter to n. the
Lieut. 9*CofnruußateKtireB been received.„_ RI? ttlreetS
me to say to yon that he expects the men you ielertawill
bo included iretheexchange nosy going on. All the'pris.
Doom of every class, has been called for, and the preanmp•
tine is that the ;obeli will bring us every• moo they tan.
I ale "very truly yours, ke.,
E. 8. PARKER, Lieut. Cu!. and ALL geey.
SERIOUS ACCIDENT.—We learn thnt Mrs.
Gtell, residing' at the Cemetery, met with a seri.
oth - arcident on Friday morning Inst. A Ward
had been:removed from the porch in front of the
house. and not noticing it, she stepped in the -
hole, which threw: he i r down with such violence
no to brcak one other legs.
ACCIDENT.—On hiondayuf last .week; John
Feast, of Culbertson's Row, while thrOphing: at
Henry' Shearer's, M Lurkin township, put his,
hand nit the nuiehine to examine some of the
wheeh, wede 4 le he thought were broken. Some of
the togs caught the glove inn his right hand, draw
ing it in atuunspit the wheels, and crushing the
Mrefinger so badly that it had to be amputated.
OUR young townsman, Capt James R. Gilmore,
who has beedim the staff of Maj. Gen. Foster, is
anuouueed us Superintendent of Military Tele
graph on the stuff of Maj. Gen. Q. et: Gilhnore.
REctuital.s.—There will be preaching in the
Presbyterian Church on next Sabbath, at the um.:
aL hour. " ,
Bnowtv* BRONCHIAL' TROCHES -are widely
known anUstablished remedy -for Coughs, Osld, Bron
chitis, &apemen, and other troubles of the Throat and
Lwrits. Thar good repute:kat and extenslyeWse hare
brought out Imitations. god simihu tlanslmprosen
led to be the sante, which aregeoTern *dom. OBTAIN'
only " Broun's Bronchial Trachea."
ANODYNE CORDIAL, the Mother's Friend rind
Child's Relief—This valuable medicine is again for sale
at HILLER'S NEW DRUG STORE, next door west or
Brown's HoteL It is far superior to all Soothing STraps,
or any other preparation fur children in Teething, ChrOo,
-Diarrhea, or mwardkrains.
GELWICKS & BURKHART have laugh the lurg
e:e and mod varried stock of Store Goods In town. It Is
impossible In their advertisement to give a list of goods
or the prices, but it is their determination to keep up the
- .largest and best assortment of goods, and to make this the
alt,,,t desirable place fur Family% to deal at Infee-tturn.
DESIRABLE GOODS.—'A good Hair Bragb, a
serviceable Pocket Baok,-a piece of. tine Soap, a-box Of
highly scented French Pomade, a bottle of liltirld-Blootaiug
Cereus, a box of Lip Salve, a stick of Black Cotroetkine,
a gem! Tooth Brush, and safe Deutifrice, to be had at
Cazast.EVe Drug Store. -
REMEMBER Gelwieka & Burkhart gal hone
but the best Ina purest Spices, and Baking Artielea. AU
Spices put up by themselves and ground on their own
Tote prime Kerosene Oil, Lampe, Globes,
Wicks and Shades, go to Gatwick* & Barkluet . , if you
want them cheap and good, ,
FACTS .ACSOUT TIME 7.30 s -THE ADVAIir•
TM/ES THEY OFFER.
Their Absolute Security.—Nearly all active ered
its are now based . on Government securities, and
Ininks hold them as the very best and strongest
investment they can make. If it were possible to
contemplate the financial failure of the Govern
ment, no bank would be any safer. If money is
loaned on individual notes or bond and mortgage,
it will be payable in the same currency as the
Government pays with, and no better. The Gov
ernment never has failed to meet its engagements,
and the tuitional debt is a first mortgage upon the
whole property of the country. While other
stocks fluctuate from ten to fifty, or even a great
er per cent.Nroverninent stocks are always corn
-parathely :firm. Their value is fixed and relia
ble, beyond all other securities ; for while, a thou
sand speculative bubbles rise and burst, as a rule
they are never below par, and are often above.
Its Liberal Interest. —The general rate of inter
est is six per cent, payable annually. This is sev
en and three-tenths, payable sem i-ariattalty. If
you lend on mortgage, there must be a searching
titles, lawyers fees, stamp duties and debris, and
you will finally have returned to you only the same
/and of money you would receive,from the Gov
erriment, and less of it. If you invest in thisloan,
you have no trouble. Any bank or banker will
obtain it for you without charge. ' To each' note
or bond are affixed five "coupons" or interest
tickets, due at the expiration of each anccetsive
half-year. The holder of a note has simply to cat
off one of these coupons, present it to the nearest
bank or Government Agency, and receive his in
terest ; ' the note itself need not be presented at
all. Or a coupon thus payable will everywhere
be equivalent; when due, to money. If you wishto borrow ninety cent; on the dollar upon the
notes, you have. the highest security in the mar
ket to do it with. If you wish to sell it, it will
bring within a fraction of cost andtnterest at any
moment. It will be very handy to have in, the
it is conrertiote into a six per cent. gold-bear
ing bond. At the expiration of three years, a
bolder of the notes of the 7.30 Loan has the op
tion of acerVing payment in fall or of funding his
notes in a six per emit. gold-interest bond, the
principal payable in not less than five, nor more
than twenty years from its date, as the Govern
ment may tient. These bonds are ,held at each
a premium as to make this privilege now worth
two or three per cent. per annum, and adds so
ranch to the interest. Notes of the same class, is
sued three years ago, are now selling at a rate
that fully proves 'the correctness of this state
les exemption from State or Municipal Taxa.
lion .—But aside from all the advantages we have
'enumerated, a special Act of Congress exempts
all bonds and Treasury notes from Goal tazadon.
On the average this exemption is worth about
two per cent. per annum, according to the rate
of Taxation in various parts of the country.
It is a National Savings Bank.—While this
loan presents great advantages to ' large capital
ists, it offere special inducements to, those who
wish to make a safe and profitable - investment-of
small savings. It is in every way the best Sav
ings' Bank ; for every institution of this kind must
somehow invest its deposits profitably in ordeitto
pay interest and expenses. They will invest'
largely is this loan, as the best investment.: Bat
from the gross interest which they MENA - , they
must deduct largely for the expenses of the Bank.
Their 'usual rate of interest allowed todepositors
is 5 per cent. upon sums over $5OO. The per
son whoinveste directly with Government will
receive almost 50 per cent more. Thus the man
who &posits $lOOO in a private Savings' Bank
receives 50 dollars a year interest; if he deposits
the same sum in this National Savings' Bank be
receives 73 dollars. For those who wish to find
a safe, convenient, and profitable means of invest
ing the surplus earings which they have reserved
for their old age or for the benefit of their chil
dren, there is nothing which presents so many
advantages as this Nahonal Loata - - -
The Highest Motive.—The war is evidently
drawing to a close, but while it lasts the Treasu
ry must have money to meet its cost,;isnd every
motive that patriotism can inspire should induce
the peoPle to supply its wants without delay. The,
Government can buy cheaper for' cash in hand
than on credit Let ns see that its 'wants are
promptly and liberally satisfied.
—R. T. Jacobi, the Democratic Lieutenant-
Governor of Kentucky, is out in favor oftheltati.
Slavery Constitutional Amendment.
—Governor Buckingham and the other iltate
officers of Connecticut have been nominated forro
election by the Union State Conientiott. •
—The author of the Chicago Platfoni=
on which Lincoln was elected, was Eton.
JessilP, L. L. D.. of Montrose, PennsYlvtaft•