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Tlit FRANKLIN REPOSITORY is "published
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advarticed Ito thiR,EPOSITOIIX—it having the LAIMEST ant.
CNATIOti of any paper published in the county of Franklin.
JOB PRINTING of every kind in Phan and Fancy col
ors, done vial neatness and disTatelt: Hund.bille, Blanks,
Cards, Pamphlets, &c.„ of every variety ned style, printed
at the shortest notice. The REPOSITOUY OFFICE has Ju,t
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Jmost artistic manner and at the lowest rates, TERMS LN
Mr. Jelin K tibryock iv our authorized Ageut to
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the earn°. All letters ebortld be tuictrersed to
brCLURE & STONER, Publitibers.
CARPENTERS AND BU ILDERS!
The undersigned have now on hand, at their
PLANING AND FLOORING SSILL,
a large sapplyof Sash, Shutters, Doom and thiuth.for
or made to order.
Mand.ouldings of all de....niptions, from half inch to - S inches,
Plain and Ornamental Scroll Sawing ndidly executed.
Also—Wood Turning in all its branches. Newel Poi,s,
Banisters, Bed Posts, dze„ on hand. -
' A large supply of Dressed Flooring for sale.
Also—Window and Door Frames on hand or made at.
short notice. HAMLET,. VERNON 6...• CO.,
febl tf _ Harrison Avenue, Chtunhersburg, Pa.
N O T ICE TO FARMERS
100 TONS Or I . l3lo'rklY HAY
Wiinted by GEO. A. GEM.
= WALNUT LOGS
Wanted by OEo' A. DEirr..
100 ASH LOGS
Wanted by GEo. A. Dim.
IW' LARGE CHERRY LOGS
Wanted by GEO. A. DErrz.
WHEAT, RYE, CORN, OATS,
and all kinds of produce bought by GEO. A. DErrA at
hia Warehouse atarre the Railroad apor.
STOVE AND LTh COAL
for tittle cheap, bi the ton or bait toot
OAS - AI4D HIOKOIti WOOD
by the cord or half dud.
OAK AND HICKORY WOOD,
eased and split fur etuve use, 13,i,:tlie cord or belt cord.
WOCDOW AND DOOR SELLS,
of Oat, Wsi:luta and Pine, always on hand.
WINDOW AND DOORFRAME STUFF,
and all kinds of LIMBER, each as Oak and Pine Plank ;
Oak,Wahint, Pine and Hemlock Boards; Flooring Boanla,
Joists, Scantling, Shingles, Puling, Laths, &e.
BEST OF ROOFING SLATE
always on hand, and roofs put on by the best Slaters, who
have dawn medals for their superior workmanship.
CALL AT DEITZ'S WAREHOUSE,
above the, Railroad Depot, and bug cheap.
LEONARD EBERT .&
COAL AID LUMBER MERCHANTS.
We have on hand all kiitds of Coal and Lumber. _and
are prepared to furnish Bill Lumber to order at abort no
tice, all at the most reasouable terms. Our lob of Lum
ber consists of
White Pine 2 inch Plank,
"1} select Plank.
" 1.1 -. Plank.
1 " select and CulliuN3oards,
- " Boards,
" #" • Siding f 6
" Best River Shingles,
" Worked Flaring, '
" " Siding,
" " Joist and Sounding, all sires, '
• Hemlock Joist and Scantling, _
• " Boards,
Yellowyine Boas-1100W and Seautling,
_Palling and Plastering Laths.
We hive also always on hand a good supply of all
kinds &Coal forstoves and lime•bnrntag. Also a supe
rior artichsof &wallop Coal for blacksmiths. The pub
lic are invited to give as a call, as we will endeavor to
give satisfaction Wall that call.
Coat and Lumber famished on the cars to any station
on the Franklin Railroad.
Ur Office on Second St., in the rear of the Jail Yard,
Chambersborg, Pa. , , LEO. EBERT & SON.
MALL, BENDER — '&
York and Goldsbarotwh, Pa.,
AND MANL'FACTUREPS OF
pASH, DOORS, SHUTTERS, BLINDS,
• ' DOOR AND WINDOW FRAMES, 4c.,
•Keen constantly on hand a well selected stock of seas
onablelsumber, tiz:—Joist and Scantling, Weatherboards
Jug, dressed Flooring, Siding, Laths, Shingles, Palings and
re White Pine and Oak Bills ' sawed to order at the
shortest notice. All communications should be addressed
to Yonz,-PA.- fsep-ly
STEAM SAW MILL—The uudersigii
ed have erected dud iu operation a Steam Saw Mill
at the South Motnatuia, near Graffenburg Springs, and are
IMto saw to order Bills, of WHITE OAR, PINE,
CK or any kind of timber desired, at the short.
est notice and at low rates. Otte of the firm will be at the
Hotel of Sam'l Greenawalt, in Chambetsburg, on Satur
day the 24th inst. and on each alternate Saturday thereaf
ter for the purpose of contracting for the delivery of lum
ber. LUMBER DELIVERED at any point at the Low.
EST RATES. All letters should be addre,aed to them at
Graffenbttrg P. 0.. Adams CO., Pa. •
deel4-tf MILTENBERGER d; BRADY.
BIIILD IN G LUMBER.—The under
signed Is ;rrepared to saw all kinds of Building Lum
ber at the lowest market price. It. A. RENFREW'
GEEMWOOD MILLS, P 3 ayettvyille P. P. 0.0. dece6.6;
EASTERN TNN.—The undersigned li)T
ring lately purchased the large and commodious
Brick Building of Rev. S. R. Fisher, in connection withhis
present place of Mildness, on the corner of Main street and
Ludwig's Alley, is prepared to accommodase BOARD
ERA by the day. week or mouth. He is amply provided
with STABLESO to excerninadate the traveling public.
Haring a large LIVERY STABLE connected with the
Hotel, guests and the public generallyean he furnished
with Homes and Carriages at any momeut: Persons visit
ing Chumbersburg with their families will find this the
most oomfbrtable Hotel in the county, us it has been re
fitted with entire new Furniture, and the rooms are large
and well ventilated. The TABLE is amply suppliedwith
all the luxuries of the season, and the BAR, which is de
tached frota - the Brick Building, will always be furnished
with choice and pure liquors. Every attention paid to the
Comfort of guests. [octl2[ S. F. GREENAWALT.
BROWN'S HOTEL. This note), situ-
Wed on the corner of Queen and Second Streets, op.
s polite the Bank, Court Room, and County Offices, and in
the immediate neighborhood of Stores, Shops, and other
places of business, Is conveniently situated for country
people having business in Chambersburg. The Building
has been greatly enlarged and refitted for the accommoda•
Hon of Gnats.
THE TABLE will always be funthibut with the best
the Market -eau produce.
TBB BAR will be !npplied with pure and choice Li-
THE STABLE is lurgo and attended with a good and
careful Ostler. '
EYery 'attention Win be rendered to man Guests corn
forfable 'Mlle sojourning at this Hotel.
febl JACOB S. BROWN, Pniprietor.
TNION HOTEL.—This old add-well
Li established Hotel's now open for the accommodation
of Guests •
The Prop n etarhaving leased the three-story bloelr:ef buil•
dings on een Street, iu the rear of his former )shirid, is
prepared tofu:MA GOOD ROOSTS fur the traveling and
818 TABLE v. ill Aust,iu its former reputation of being
supplied with the lie.st the market mu produce.
iiIB BAIL, detached from the main hi:M.llllg, vsli al
ways have choice and pure Liquors.
Good warm STABLING for fifty bore With careful
Every attention will be matte to render guests eolucust
able while sojourning at this Hotel.
janlB 'TN°. Pig - MR, Proprietor.
DAVID H. HUTCHISON
hasbecomet a rieIoieftheHICIT£.DSTATES
HOTEL, near the Railroad Depot at HARRISBURG,
PA. "rhigi_popalai arid commodious Hotel has been newly
r endnd and ?minted throughout its parlors atuf chambers,
andhli Peg ready for the reception of guests.
The - traveling pUblio will And the United States Hotel
the most 'oatiretdalt, in all particulars, of any Hotel in
the state Capital, on account of its ACMES to the railroad,
b e i ng immediately between the too great depots tat this
city, - [Harrisburg, June 17, 6341.
QITATES UNION HOTEL, OPPOSITE
tha L e b scou Valley and Pennsylvania Railroad De
pou, ig an i ii h u . s city, pA. Tble eourenlent and pleaeant
Hotel la now kept by the underelfmed, lute of the Indian
Queen In Clhanaberelpurg, and be Invites the patronage of
bin Old friends and tbe public generally.. Terms moderate,
oatZtif • JOHN W. TAYLOR. -
Fro DyspEpTics.--Haiing been afitie.
1.. :tied bra number of years with Dyspepsia, I was
advised to try DR. WISPIADTT MEDICINE for that
disease. rderived great bereft and recommended it to
quires number of my friends and who were also much
boistithsaby IS, and whose testwoolohs can be had if nec.
meaty. /have beim appointed. by Dr. Wishart as Agent
for the Sale of his Medicine, ickolesaleor retail. .
R*positmyn e. . r o bambervehrsir Pa.
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BY FCLURE & STONER.
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HE SHERIDAN AND CHF. RY RUN
MO,OOO SHARES AT St EACH! _
PRICE OF FULL PAID UP SHARES t 2 EACH!
E 50,000 RESERVED AS WORKING CAPITAL I
N. W. Sour..NßEitua, 11. M. DAVIS,
A. D CALTMAS
HAMILTON M. DAVIS,
TAMES 'M. SELLERS,
OFFICE OF THE COMPANY
Z 24 SOUTH FOrRTH STREET,
PHILADELPHIA, - PA.
The property of thin cenlpany txmeista of one hundred
acres in fee simple: situate it Com Planter to cconlifp,
Venting° county Peuesylvanin, within one-fourth of a
mile of the team of Plamer, and within one-half mile of
the celebrated Humboltproperty, one of the most produc-
tive companies in existence.
The property is on one of the main branches of the cel
dilated Cherry Run, and within one-fourth of a mile of
that stream: The land has an excellent formation for
taring successfully, and the tummy have already
proposition); to sink wells on the property on lease, giving
be company uan•balf of the Oil free of charge. As soon
as the organtration of the company is completed, leases
sc - d1 be executed at once, and development putted with
vigor. r The property is also within one and a half mils
from Pit, Hole Creek,—a etteara that in now producing
Oil very. largely
Every effort at development on the property around
this land has been successfuL The Columbia Oil Grin
puny alocated within it mile orlt, and Its stock Is selling
for $.50 per share. - Then Cherry Run, Carlin, and Impe
rial Companies are also located in the tame immediate
section, 013 Intudi the same formation,' and their stocks at
tank nigh cm the market, and are Intrinsfeallyvery 4alua
The Cofnpauy bon been organized to prosecute the lat
elaeen Icifftlmataly; and miockholdem can rely upon vigor
OW and thorough development
kilmited number 40N - ire's an be bad at $ per chart.
Shure. can lir bud fur a Blunt time from
BOOKS OPEN ,
'OAKS AND LINN'S
Foncarding and Commission House,
NORTII MAIN STIIV.ET
marith 1 gt
A. k. arcuntE,
NOAH W. SOLENBERGER,
D. BRAINERD OAKS
MIT anblaltri Gootics.
R E A D!
CHEAP GOODS AT LAST!
EYSTER & BRO. ALWAYS ABVAD!
IVe are Juni opening ahcavy invoice of
bought at ruinous prices to the manufacturer, which we
propose to dispose of at a vefy small advance. Look at
I yard Muslin
One yard ride Muslin,-lieavy
ad inch muslin, fine and heavy
90 inch Muslin, very heavy
neat New Style liferrinatc Calicoes
American and other 31} "
Lowell and others
New Spring Style Delaines.
5-9 PiSoir Case Muslin—.
And an endless variety of -Notions, &c, all to be sold
leis than they have been fox two years. Call and be con
viucell that GREAT BARGAIN'S can be had for the
Chumbersbarg, Mich-Ist, 16634 t
AT REDUCED RATES I
METCALFE & HITESHEW have recently been in
the market and bought a large lot of Goods at reduced
prices, caused by the Pence rumors, whichothey are note
selling afshort profits. They have a full stock of -
Bleached: l -Sheeting, 10-4.
• PilkirircisaeMtudin, all qualities.
Bleached Muslin of every description.
Unbleached Sheeting, 10-4.
The heaviest Muslin made.'
Muslin of all widths and qualities.
We have Hair Stripe, Shepherd Plaid, Block,, Purple,
Fancy, Plata, and all styles and qualities.
We find it impossible to name all oar Dress Goods, and
we will only say 'we have the largest assortnieut in the
county, both plain and Fancy.
MOURNING GOODS. - •
We have Black French Merino, Black Batathea, Black
Wool Delaine, both single and double widths; Black En
glish Merino. American Merino, 64 : Black Delaines—in
short Mourning goods of every descriptiou. -
HOOP SKIRTS.- c -We have mode arraugensents wills
a manufacturer in Connecticut by which we are enabled
to offer la the ladies a Hoop Skirt which fir neatness and
durability cannot by surpassed in the whole country.
We hate a full stock of goods of all kinds belonging:lo
a.Dry Goods and Notion Store. -
feblsl 31ETCALUE & HITESHEW,
Second St.. nearly opposite the Post Office, Chumb'g.
ELECTION RETURNS COME IN
Ali slowly, not so with the 'large and varied assortment
of Dry Gins& just opening at WM. WALLACE At. CO'S
at the Market House corner. opposite the Methodist Church.
l'imhave just returned from New York where they pur
- at Auction, the largest assortment of Dry Goods
ever brought to this county which they offer at greatly re
duced prices for c.lsh, consisting of
Good Muslin at '2Z ceots.
1 Yard nide at 50 cants.
21 Yarda wale, Slieetug-, Si 25;
/ Case Muslin, 75 canto.
Beata-Trine: at 37# cents,
Good Priutspat lower prises,
Gtealnma 37k. lode .0 souls
BalMoral% .1.<3 75, $4 tOt, .24 50.
Slaawls at all prices,
Ladies' Clunking, all colors,
Casizets, Jaws nod Casiniers., „7"
12 Ott'Atter Blanket', all wo ol , 6.12 50 per pair.
A full assortmett of Gloves, Hosiery, acta.. constantly on
The above goods being purchased in New York at low
est mtsh price, wOare determined- to sell at lost rates to
salt the times.
Vir Give us a call before purchasing elsewhere.
oetl9 WM. WALLACE & CO.
QHERIIIAN AND VICTORY—In con
k., gennenc'e of the decline in ooften. caused by Union
victories, we are selling GOODS AT GREATLY REDU
CED PRICES. Good calicoes 25 and 31 ; Bleached and
Brown Mastitis 31 to 50; Dames 37:, and all other goods
In proportion. We adhere to our lona* established motto,.
"as cheap as the cheapest" - For bargains call nl our
store, next to the Post ollice.
rnarchl.3t • S. BORE &•CO.
*allblerg anl3 OarllEso.
JEREMIAH OYSTER' respectfully returns his
thanks to his patrons for the liberal encouragement recei.
Ted from them heretofore' and he would invite them and
the commtfatty generallAt; who may need any thin , ' in hts
line. Jo give him a call at his new &sand. EastQneen
street. near the Franklin Railroad, ehautbersburg where
he keeps constantly on hand'every variety of SADDLE
RY AND HA - R,NESS of hie own manufacture and he
is prepared to set'. the same gm terms that defy competi
tion. Every article offered for Nile 6 v.arreuted to be
wade of,the best muteriul 16- competent aorkman,
which wilt be fullidemungtratelpn an exami uaiion there.
TRUNK'S AND VALISES.—He. wools! alms call the
attention - of persons wanting - 4a gob& neat and cheap and
substantial Trunk or Valise told, assortment. Jutteriffl.
CH. GORDON KEEPS ON HAND
• a large assortment, of Saddles, Harn - As, Collars,
Blind Bridles, Riding-Bridles. Halters, Girthing, Sleigh
and Stage Lashes, Lead Reins. Halter rind Hitching
Straps, Wagon Lines, Wooden Stirrups, irovered or on - -
ARTRIDGE BOXES.—C. ,H. Gott-
DON has a supply of Cartridge Boxes that will bold
fortyfive of Henry's Repeating Ride Cartridges. Call
and see, one and all.
MO PERSONS WHO OWN,HORSES.-
11 How to save Corro.and: Oaar.—Buy yourself n good
Home Blauket at C. H. GORDON'S and keep your
Home: , Farts.
(I H. GORDON'S PLACE OF BUSl
ne(ts is on .Sniiit Matt:strut, (me dour South of Dr.
J. L. Suenerott's otiee. Term, CASH.
B URNING SPRING & RUBLE .FARM
Metres, 200,000. Winking Capital, $40,000.
Par Value, $2.50. Subscriptian Price $2 per Ahare.
A. 13. LONGAKER, Presid,4lt
J. ALLISON EYerts,- Treas.
J, R. Eby, Harrisburg, John White, Jr., New York,
A. B. broker, Norrist'n, J.. Hervey Jones, Pittsburgh
W. H. Schell, *Philade., J. Allison Eyelet., Philada.,
Alexander R. Reed Pittsburgh.
Office N 0.208 Sooth 4th erect, (first flew, back room.)
..-*-Lecture on the Nutuic, Treatment nod Radical Cure
Sperrnatorrhrim or Sskinal Weakness, Involuntary
' Emissions, Sexual Del/Hitt-and Impedimenta to Marriage
*generally. NOrVOlllqiukt Tonsimption, Epilepsy, and
Pita; Mental and Physical Incapacity, resulting from Self.
Abash, &c. By ROOT J. CULVERWEI.L., M. D., Author
Of the " Green h," &c.
The world renowned author, in this admirable Lecture,
clearly proves from his own experience that the awful cou.,,
sequence of Self-Abase may be effectually removed with
out medicine, and without dangerous surgical operation,
bougies, instruments, rings, or cordial, ponitingout a mode
_of cure atonce certain and effectual, by which every suf
ferer, nomatter what his condition may be, may cure him-
WILLCap privately, is
and radically. THIS LECTURE
PROVE A BOON TO TIiOIJSANDS AND
' Sent under seal, to nny address, In a plain, sealed
velope, on the receipt ash( cents, or twoposhigo stomps,
by addressing. CHAS. J. C. KLINE & CO.,
octl2-8m) 127 'Bowery, Neu - York, Yost-Office Box, 15.P..„ff
MAD - AME CLEMENT'S
FRENCH FAMILY BOADING SCHOOL
FOR YOUNG LADIES.
GERYIANTowx, PHILADELPHIA comm. PA. _
,The Sixteenth Sef;sion will open Weduetday, Feb. Ist,
Prudenlax rittentfen given to the English branches ,
sm./ 4 is the /crve of the. family. The pupils beide
required toe it all day.
Teems, par aim=
v.rpariiralsrp. apply to the Principal. febls.fir.
CHAMBERSBURG, PA.; WEDNESDAY; MAR
REGISTER'S NOTICE—AR persolis in -
tereited. will please take notice, that the fidlowiaagg
Accountants have filed their Accounts in the Resister's
Odes of Franklin County and that the same will be pre
sented to the Orphan's Court fur confirmation, or Tues
day, the 14th day of Mardz, 1.9115, in Chamberstrurg':
39. First and final account of Sarre' Fleelr, Adm r of
Nicholas Fleck, late of Guilford twp... deed.
39. Acct. of Curtis Lowry, Guardian of Catharine E. l
Lowry, Minor Muhl of John Lowry, dee'd as stated by A.
S. Lowry and Jacob Reichard, Adrn'rs of said dee'd.
40. Acct of Curtis Lowry, Guardian of Amanda Sow
ers, minor Child of Barnard Soli . ..Lt.:a, deed, as stated by A.
S. Lowry and Jacob Reichard. Adm'rs. of said dec'd.
4.1. First and final Acct. of John Karper, Guardian of.
E. J. Cormany, minor daughter bf Jacob Cormany, late
of Letterkenny twp. , deed.
42. First and final Acct. of William Keckler, Adm'r of
Valentine Keckler, late of WashinFton twv., dec'd.
AD ! !
43. nst and final Aect. of David It. IVingerd, Ex'r of
Jacob Wingard, lute of Antrim top., deed.
44. The final Acct., of Joseph blayde, Guardian of Ab
ner Johnston (now dee'd,) 'who was minorthild of Win.
45. First and final Acct. of David Pike, Adair of Fran
cis Pike, late of Antrim top., deed.
46. Second Acct of John W. Hinkell, Guardian of Nan
cy Miller (now Rummell) and Eliza Miller, minor children
of Deal Miller, decid.
47. First and final Acct. of Wra H. McDowell, Ex'r of
Margaret L. Campbell, late of Chambersthirg, deed:
48. First and final Acct. of A. B. Wingert, Adm'r of
Aura Wingert. late of Letterkenny twp,, &feed.
49. First and final Acctof C. B. McKnight, Adm'r of
Sam'! Filson, lute of Guilford twp., deed.
50: First and final Acct. of J. t 4. Scheible. - Guardian of
Ellen C. Irwin, minor child of J. P. Irwin, late of Claim,
51. First andsfinalAcci. of Philip Foust, Ex'r of Phil
ip Foust, Sr., late of Southampton tsvp, deed.
52. First and final Acct. of Wm. S. Amberson. Adm'r
of Jane E. Burps, late of Hamiltoh twp., deo'd.
53. First and final acct. ofJohn N. Snider, Ex'r of Cath
arine Schnlder, late•of Hamilton twp., deed.
54. First and finaLweet. of C. H. McKnight, E.s.'r of
Danl. Moll, late of Guilford twp., dec'd.
55. First and final acct. of DanL Herman, Adm'r and So.
phut Herman, Adarx of John Herman, late of Guilford
tu - p., doe'd.
56. Fast and final acct. of Cliribtiatt Lecher. Ex'r of
Magdalena Streit, late of Washington twp., deed.
.57. Acct. of Danl. J. Senger, Guardian of amid. Rom
mel. minor child of Melchior Rummel, late of Quincy trvp.,
ss. Second and final acct. of J. Gordon, -Adm'r of
Santl. Gordon, late of Waynesboro, deed.
59. First acct. of J. M. Lytle, Harr. of David Lytle, late'
of Hamilton twp., deed.
60. First and. final anat. of Elizabeth Reside, Ex*rx of
-John Reside, late of Southampton ta - p.,. deed. -
6L First and final acct. of Ann Mona Reefer, Admr'r
of John Reefer, late of Antrim
62. First and final acct. of Philip and Jobn A. Lemaster,
Adm'rs of Gee. Lemaster, late of Dimmbersburg, deed.
60. First and final acct. of David Shover, Adm'r of Mi
chael Ruth, late of Green tvp., deed.
64. First and final Acct. of David Hahn, Adm'r of
William Fox, lite of Washington Lynx, ke.c'd.
65. First andMnal Acct. of John Miler, Adm'r of Pe
ter B. Housam, late of Chambersbnrg, deed.
febls HENRY STRICKLER. Register. ,
BYSTRB. SL. BRO.
By DIRECTION OF THE COURT,
1.„/ the Sheriff publishes the following ;—At an Orphans'
Court, held at Chemberslaug, for Franklin county, Pa.,
on the 2ltthdai..of.lanuary. 1865, before the lion. Alex
ander Ring, President, and James 0. Carson and W. W.
Paxton, Eines., Associate Judges of oursaid Coult.
On motion of S. Strlckler Esq., the Court grant a
Rule on the Heirs analog-al RepresentialveS'aCtuistian
RoyeL deceased, to appear at the Orphans' Court, to be
held at Chambersburg, for said County, On die `24111 day of
March, next, to take or refuse to take the Real Estate of
eaiddeo'datthe Appraisement Valuation thereof - or to
show cause why the same should not be sold according to
In testimonv Whereof, I bare hereunto set my hand
[t. &I and aired the seal.of said Court, at Chambersburg,
the third day of FOrnary, Jeds.
W. G. l'ffncithtL. Clerk.
Attest: SAmust-Ba.t.mir, Shertff.
TIN DIRECTION OF THE COUR T,
the Sheriff publishes the following :—At au Orphans'
Court, held at .Chambembarg. for Franklin County. Pa.,
on the 16th day of January, 1665, before the lion Alex
ander Ring, Presideut, and James 0. Carson and W. W.
Paxton, Esq's. Associate Judges of our ,aid court
On motion of &lively Strickler, Esq.. the Court grant
a rule ea the heirs and legal Representative, of William
Oxclman, deceased, to appear at the Orphans' Court. to
be held at Chambersburg, for said County, on the 14th day
of llfar4s nev, to take or refuse to take the Real Estate of
said deceased at the A ppraisement valuatimkthereof, or
to show cause why the same should not be sot aceosliug
to Laii. -
In Teetlaiony whereof, I hare hereunto set my hand and
e.] affixed the seal of mid Court, at Chambersburg,
the third day of February, 1865. .
W. G. lincaELL. Clerk.
Attest: SAMUEL BRANDT, Sheriff. b 5 2 -2. 35
110/Y DIRECTION OF THE COURT,
_KAP qhnriff publishes rho follosinir r—At an Or
phan.' Court, heldut Chambersbarg, for k'rankliu c.rinty,
Pa., on the 17th day of January, les:3, before the Hun.
Alexander King, President and. James 0. Carson and W.
W. Paxton; Egg's, Associate Juds of our said court
On motion of W . S. Everett, Etcl., the Court groat a
Rule on the Heirs and legal Representatives of Joseph
Seibert, deceased. to appear at the Orphans' Court, to be
held at Chambersburg, for said County; on the 14th day of
Mara, tuna., to take or refuse to take the Real Estate of
said deceased at the Appraisement Valuation thereof, or
to show cause why the same should not be sold. accord
ing to Law.
In testimony whereof, 1 have hereunto set my band
its e,] and adhced the seal of said Court, at Chambers.
burg, the third day of February 1865.
W. H. 311TCHELL, Clerk:
Attest: SAMUEL. BRANDT, Sheriff. felf..*2.3L
NTOTICE IN PARTITION.-W . W.
iN Skinner vs. Andrew Jeo - art. Wm B Lease and
Mary his wife, James R Brewster and Nancy his wile, G.
Gellespie and Laclede his wife. In the court of Common
Pleas of Franklin county, Fa., to January Term. 18433.
No 50, Judgment is partition. 3d Monday of January,
1565, court award a writ to value andappraise the land.
To the abused named parries: You are hereby uotifled,
that the above writ of appraisement will be executed by
me, on the premise", in Metal township, ore Friday. the
24r/s day of March, next. at 10 o'clock. A. M 1... of said day,
n - hen and where you may attend if you think proper.
inarehl 3t SAMUEL 'BRANDT, Sheriff.
TOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the Court of Common Pleas of Franklin county has
appointed the undersigned a Cialmittee over the person
and estate of Abraham gbetter, a habitual drunkard.
All persons knowing themselves indebted to said Estate
will please make Immediate payment, and those having
claims present them properly atrthentiested for Settlement
febl.tit JOHN FiIY. Committee.
VOTICE •IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
1 I Levi Hovel of Green township, has been appointed
by the court of Common Pleas of Franklin county COlll.
rattle° of Catharine Goal, of Green township klunatle.—
All persons indebted to said estate will please make im
mediate payment, thrice having claims will please present
them properly authenticated.
febls.6t LEVI HORST, Committee.
A DIIINISTRATOWS NOTICE.-No
-11 lice is hereby given that Letters of Administration
on the Estate of William Burkholder, lute of Green town.
ship. deo'd, have been granted to the malersigned.
All persons knowing themselves indebted to said Estate
will please make immediate payment; and those having
claims present them properly authenticated for settlement
feta,' WM. 31'CLURE, Adm'r
ixA DNIINIStRATOR'S NOTICE.-No
tire is hereby given that Letters of Administration
on the Estate of William Everett. late of 3tetal township
deed, hasie been granted to the undersigned.
Al] perkins knowing themselves indebted to said Estate
-will please make immediate payment; nod those having
claims present theta properly authenticated for settlement.
febB JOHN E JONES, Aittnir.
lice is hereby given that Letters of Administration
on the Estate ot . Clutries Jackson , late of 3tercersburg ,
dead, have been granted to the undersigned.
All persons knowing themselves indebted to said Estate
will please make immediate payment; and those having
claims present them properly anthentrented for settlement.
febB JAMES 0. CARSON, Adnir.
, uTors NOT IC E.—Notice is
• given that Letters Testamentary to the Estate
verett late of Metal township, deed, have been
to knowing theamlves indebted to said Estate
make immediate payment, and these having
t"nt them properly authenticated forsettlement.
- S. EVERETT, Ear.
!UTOR'S NOTIC E.—Notice is
...Toy given, that Letters Testamentary to' the Es
tate of Jacob Detrick, late of Hamilton township dee'd,
hare been granted to the undersigned.
All persons knowing themselves indebted to said Estate
wilt please make immediate payment, and those having
claims present them properly authentieated f u r settlement.
feblls JOHN DETRICH, r'x*rs•
.c. B. ?HALER, See'y
WXECUTOR'S I+l,o T I C E.—Notice is
1..1:a hereby- diyen that Letters Testamentary to the Estate
of Rebecca Doh, late of Guilford township, deed,.
Lace been granted to the undersigned.
All persons knowing themselves indebted to .nitt Estate
w ill please mak , immediate payment; and thotto haying
chums prosetd Mem properly authenticated for settlement.
febß JOHN C. TRITLE, Ex'r.
J. C. RICHARDS, H. D. ISO. MONTGOMERY, H. D.
pICFIARDS, & MONTGOMERY have
1.(0 associated themseiveis in the Practice of htedicirte
and have taken an Office in the late residence of Jardb B.
:Miler, immediately opposite the Presbytetion Choich.
All persona indebted to either of the above, will please
make early settlement of the same. [atig2.l.lfl
TAR. W. H. BOYLE will attend prompt
ly to all professional calls, °Mee in the Vestibule
of the New School House neer the [aug24.
COME TO THE MARKET HOUSE
HATS. CAPS, ROOTS,
IV: W. PAXTON has just opened a fine assortment of
HATS, CAPS, BOOTS and SHOES, at his new Store in
the Market Howse, where he can furnish oil articles in his
line, cheap for cash. Some goods are sold at old prices.
Aline assortment of CANES, UMBRELLAS, CAR.
PET BAGS, VALISES, Re., constantly on hand.
Call and examine ow large stoek of goods.
wpt7.l • W, W PAXTON.
Legal p, otireo.
II 8, 1865
-A FI.ST RATE
MILL PR - O.PERTY
F 01; SALE,
Situate norm Burnt Cabins, Fulton County, Pennsylvania,
This 31ill has done a large amount of business for along
time. and is in a rich settlement of country. It MSS built
in 1844, and has recently been fully repaired. Also, ft
FRAME DWELLING HOUSE,
A SAW MLLL, together *ith a
S3IA L L F'A
R M .
'of SO ACRES, on which there Is erected a small Barn' nd
Tenant House. There are also on the premises an arch.
ant of some two hundred fine Fruit Trees, good Water,
&e. This property is on the route of the late surveys of
.an expected Railroad, which doubtless will pass through
the neighborhood in a short time.
Terms will be made known by the subscriber„ residing
on the premiseb. Den2s-2mos) F. HUMBS.
AVERY DESIRABLE FARM AT
PRIVATE SALE.--The farm lately occupied by
James McClelland, dec'd, situate in Montgomery township
adjoining lands of Frederick Foreman, Samuel Cell and
others, is offered at Private Sale by thebeirs. This farm
is located near the Turnpike Road, about mid-way be
'tween Mercereburg and Greencastle, and is of a very sti-,
perior quality of Limestone land, in a high state of culti
vation. The improvements are a pied sal:P . c. - tat:dial STONE
DWELLING HOUSE, with a Stone and Frame Bank
Burn, with ail necessary out buildings. There is it large
stream of water passing through the farm, with a never
fallieg well near the improvements. There is also an Or
chard of choice Grafted .Fruit This tract contains about -
142 ACRES abourlo of which is fine good timber. Per
sons desirous of viewing the premises and _ascertaining
terms, will inquire of McLellan, at Cliambersburg,
or John McClelland, residing at Mercersburg.
febl3-9t WIIL 31cLELLAN, for the Heim
Lancaster Examiner, copy 9t and send bill to this office.
PUBLIC SALE.—By virtue of an or
der issued out of the Orphans' Court of Franklin
county, Pa., the undersigned will offer at Public Sale, on
the premises, in the borough of Chambersburg, on Satur
day, the 25th day of March, A. the following
Real Estate, late the Property of Muthew Gillan, deo'd,
viz: A LOT OF GROUND, on 'West Market Street, in
said borough, being- sixtf-one feet in front on said street,
and running back two hundred and twenty-six feet to un
alley, bounded by lot of Alex. Fritz on the West; an alley
on the South, and lot of Robt. E. Tolbert on the East ; to.
gather with all the BRICK and other building material
now on the premises The lot will be sold entire or will
be aivided as may be desired. - -
Sale at 2 o'clock, P. IL, on said day, when terms n ill
be made knows. CATGARINE C. GILLAN, Adm'rx.
marchl4t THOMAS GILLAN, Atlrter.
oiler -at Private,
Sale. my farm, In Green township, adjoining lands
of George Chambers, Wingert, Beatty anti others, consist.
ing of 202 ACRES or thereabouts, two tracts, one of about
172 Acres, of which 15 or 20 Acres are Timber, the other
of3o Acres, alt Timber, and lying along the Conoeocheagne
Creek. On it are the MANSION ROUSE, a good Brick
and Log Tenant Rouse, a Stone and Log Barn, anti two
Orchards. A never failing stream of Water runs through
the farm, and the mansion house is sapplied with spring
water running oat at the door.
mart-4t . DR. S. W. CRAWFORD.
COTTAGE FOE SALEiII be sold
nt Private Sale, ore of the New White Cottagesbailt
by A. N . , McClure, situate on the Carlisle turnpike, in
Chambersbng. Possession will be given Ist of April next.
[febl•tf] Apply to McCLURE & STONFIL
11011UBLIC: SALE.—The, undersigned, will
sell, by Public Sate, at the late residence 01' Jsoob
Deitrieh„deceased, in Hamilton township, on the road
leading from Strasburg to St. Thomas, (seven miles from
Chambersburg,) on Friday, the 10th day of March 1865, 5
Head of WORE HORSES; 1 t`:ree•year old. Colt ; 5
head of MILCH - COWS; S head of YOUNG CATTLE;
3 FAT STEERS; 12 head of BROTHS, and 1 fine Brood
Sfilr. Also, two Plantation Wagons, broad-tread; 1 one
horse Wagon ; 2 sets of Hay Ladders pair of Wood
Ladders ; 1 Rockaway Buggy;,2 sets of Harness; 6 sets
of Here,- fleare. Also, One THRESHING MACHINE;
'1 McCormick Reaper; / Grain Drill, one Iltq(Precher,
Wire Rake. 1 Windmill, 2 Cutting Boxes, 1 Roller, 10
Plows. I Grain Cradles, and all the necessary Farming
Utensils nsnally found on a well conducted Farm. Also,
18 Tons at '3 . I3IOTHY FIAY r a quantity of Corn Fod•
der, 1010 bushels of COrn in the ear, al bushels of Rye,
400 bushel - sof Oats. Alsoi'Fifty Nils. FLOUR. Also,
600 Chestnut Rails, 100 Locust Posts ready to •et up, 500
lbs. Old Iron. and a great vailery of articles out necessary
Saleat 9, a. tn: when attendance and a credit of el
Months will be given on all sums over $lO, by
WM_ BOSSERT ' tt
JNO. DIETRIC , •
SALE.—A good STEAM ENGINE,
six horse po'wer,_ is foul. eiondltuat.., Can be seen by'
culling at T. B. Wood's 'unitary.
septll4 , JACOB GARVER.
OR SALE.—A Four-Yeai SCHOLAR
SHIP IN DICKINSON COLLEGE,
, Carlisle, Pa.
Apply at the Itr.euarroaN Office, ' . marehl.
FOR SALE.—A full course Scholarship
in the Quaker City Business College of Philadelphia.
Apply at this office. ' (sep7-
tobacco ant *mato.
TACOBS' TOBACCO AND CIGAR
tt B'Ft/1 - lE.—Having re-built my Tobacco and Cigar
Store on South Main street, (corner of Washiugton ,u Main
streets,) two squares front the Diamond. I wows! invisc all
to rail and et:amine my stock, consisting of • p.
Congress all kinds, • Cavendish,
Tau=t, all kinds, R•ae Twist.
Flonnder„ - 'Old Virgiido,
Navy, - Honey Dew,
••• Michigan Fine Cut,Coe., &a.
Andersau Shorts, Solace, - ,
Talisman. ', i• . -,, Hart's Delight,
Fiaatation, s • NuFrs : !Qualls,. Side, &a. Sunny
ItaUpee, Scotch es : Coarse.
1 • S)t - ORDienti.
L.irgeLland, . Big Lick, •
Cnt and Dry. Danville, /
! LicndiVirg: •
James Iti',vet. Grant,
rep , ..il j J. A. JACOBS.
US.H:STILL ON HAND.-TOBACCO
la S. SEGARE.—The undersigned has just returned
fromthe City with a complete stalk of Tobacco and Se
gura, such as-Natural Leaf, Iflchigan, Smoking Tuba,
cos and Pipes. Store on. Queen Street, throe doors from
Meal. E. Church. Come, give hint a Lift.
angiti l• H C. If. BURL
T A CICi ,
BS .S YSER
• _3tanufneturen Wholesnle Dealer., in
OBACCO, SNUFF AND CIGARS,
No. 316:Tor:it Third s:rea, oborc fine, Mr: Sdr,
[oetl.2.lyj PHILADELPHIA, PA:
STD. JACOIIB, late of Gluonlig, Pa. ifE..NRY E. SMYSEtt.
LARGE ASSORTMENT-OF TOBACCO
and SEGARS, whillehale and retail, at
r SHAFER & STUART'S, -
oti,Qtreen stmt.!, EaM of the Methodist Church
! • fatsCritanto4o. • -
LEWL, COCGTR. I ' CIe.tY..R. GRAFF. I W. 11. TEVIS
STOCK COQ MISSION BROKERS.
No. 11 :11.F.P.CIL.k: EXCRANGL.
" PHILADELPHIA. PA.,
11cLetian, Esq., I S. 'McDowell Sharpe, Esq.,
C.. It. Mlesserstr.ith.Esq. febl.s.l;ri.
MILLER ,! HAMILTON & CO.',
Have just recehmd atlne assortment of STOVES,
TIN, JAPANNED A:..ND OTHER WARE. They are
determined to sell loteM•than anybody elm.
They pitt on TIN ROOFING, lot quality material for 18
cents per square font ; quality 16 cents; 3d quality 14
They do SPOUTING cheaply, wetland promptly.
They me best Iron for Stove Pipes,: and charge but 18
cents per IS.
Come and see If yort cannot do better with them than
o Ph any other establishment
Prices reduced to snit the times.
ecr2,6 TER3IS CASIL 4f,l_
710 - OTICE TO MILLERS AND liIANU
FACTURERS.—The untie rAgned, having been en.
gaged for a number oflye.arr in the business of Bt-.71.1M0
and itt:Ratnixn nuthiritt. saw, ANL) PARER MILLS, in
prepared, with it regtdar Corpe of practical worAman, to
execlite all work in Ins line of ittisin , r, embracing till we
nt) and modern ainproirements
Ml!.!. MACHINERY of every dewriptiou famished to
.oder. Got Iron Submerged, Water Wheebk, Bolting
Clittlet, Mill Burr, &c., furnished - at short notice.
Contracts taken to funlivit all material if desired.
All orders address to Mereer,burg Franklin county, Pa,
a ill reeelve prompt attention., , (1"b1.43111.) M. 'TAYS.
NTOTICE.—Bounty Ltua Wiirrant No.
73555. for One gumtree' und;Sixty Acres, ir.ouedldth
October, 1857. to Jane H. Larmaur and Jno. W. Lar
mour, minor children of Samuel - 11, Larmour, late of the
plidriet of Colurabia, tic eared, (War of 11 , 12.) 11118 been
loot. Notice to hereby given thatan application will be
tondo to the Oommist•soaer of Yerscions for a re•iesue of the
above de-oribeil warrant. JANE-If. STEWAILT,
febl•Gt JNO. W. LARIIOUR.
HEADQTJARTERS OF PROVOST
MARSHAL, SLyrk.mx4rDisrater PENVA, Chart
bersburg, Feb. 0, 1E65.
Drafted men who enlist after they are drafted, are con
sidered an deserters from the draft, iond mast be credited
to their earollinent places, no matter whether or not they
rineived bend bounties upon their illegird enlistment,
• - • GEO. EYSTER,
mareld.-M Capt. and Pro. Mar. 16th Dist. Penna.
TOB PRINTING, in every style, .done
vat flub Oltii.i4th. FRANKLIN RIRINVITORY.
VOL. - 72....WR0LE1 NO:
tx4altll4 , . i!:,!.ooitp,'l,:
By ALICE CARET
'My little birds, with Ducks as brown
• An:eand, and throats u ,white'es frost)
, I've searched the summer pp and down,
A.l4.think the other birds have lot
The tunes you sang' ; so w ee k so law,
Ahotit the otd honse,.long ago. . 2
-my little flowers, that with lout
So-hld - the gia you grew upon,-
A child's foot had seance any room
Between you—are you dead and gone?
i've'searehed film' fields and gaideirere
Nor found your likeness any Where, •'
Tip• little , hearts, that beat so high
With lore to God and toast to tom,
Oh, einee to me, and'sAy if I _
But dream, or was.l dreaming then,
• What time we sat within the . glow
Of the old honse-hearth, long ago R ,
My little hearts so-fond so true,
I searched the world all Sta. and - wide,
And never found_the Like or yon;
God grant we :nag the other side
The darkness 'twist as now that stands,
In. that new house not made with hen&
Interesting questions and Answers Eel.
.atice Oa the 7-30 T. S. Loan.
Mr. Jay Cooke, of Philadelphia, who fors°, long
a timehad the management of the yopular 500
million 5-20 Loan, has just been appointed by Sec
retary. Pessenden the General Agent to dispose of
TILE ONLY POPULAR, LOAN now offered for
by the Government, viz : the " SEVIiN-TIBUTY."
In entering upon his duties he desires to answer
plainly the large number of questions daily and
hourly propounded to him, so that his fellow-coun
trymen may all understand what this "Seven-
Thirty Loan" is—what are its peculiar merits,—
how theyean subscribe for or obtain the notes, &c.
Ist Question. Why is this Loan called the
"Seventy Thirty" Loan?
Answer.. It bears 'lnterest, in currency, at the
rate of Seven Dollars and thirty cents, each year,
on every hundred dollars; making the interest as
One cent per day on each ...- $ 50 note.
Two cents, " ' " , .... .. 100 "
Ten. 4 • " " . ... 500 " ,-•• ,
Twenty ,- , - ~
.... 1,000 " :
One dollar " , - " 5,000 "
2el Question. ' When and how 'can they be oh=
Answer. They are for gale, at par, and accrued
interest, by all Sub-Treasuries, National and other
Banks, and all Bankers and Brokers.
3d Question. When isthe interest payable aria
how can it be collected?
Answer. The Coupons or Interest Tickets,are
due 15th of February and 15th of Augustin each
year, and cat: be cut off from the note, and will
be cashi:d by any Sub-Treasurer, U. S. Deposi
tory, National or other Bank or Banker
4th Question. When must the Government
pay off these 7-300 •
Answer. They are due in two ye . ara and a half
from the 15th of February, 1865 ; viz : on the 15th
of August, 1867.
sth Question. Must I receive back my money
so soon as 186!
Answer. No ! not unless you yourself prefer
to do so—the law gives you the right to demand
from the Government, at' that time, either your
money or an equal amount at par, of the famous
and popular 5-20 Gold Bearing 6 per cent. Loan.
6th Question. low much do you v./insider this
privilege of conversion, into 5-20 Loan to be worthy
Answer. 5-20 s -bearing Gold interest from Ist
of November, are to-day worth 9 per cent. pre-.
mium. If. hey are worth'no more at the end of
the two years and half, when you have a right to
them, than they now are, this premium added to
the interest you receive, will give you at least 10
per cent. per annum for your looney—but the
opinion is that they will be worth more than 9
per cent. premium at that time.
7th Question. What other advantage is there
iu investing in the 7-30 Loan
Answer. It cannot be taxed by States, Coun
ties or Cities, and this adds from one to three per
cent. per annum to the net income of the holder,
according to the rate of taxation in various local
ities. All bonds - and stocks, except those of the
United States, and all mortgages, &c„, are taxed,
not only_ by the Governuieut, but by States, Coun
ties and Cities.
E3.th. Question. How does the Government raise
the moLey to-pay.%;inte..rest,,and.is it sate and
Answer. The Gdvernmenteolleetg, by taxes,
internal revenue, and duties on imports, full three
hundred millions each year. This is nearly three
times us much as is needed to pay the interest on
all the debt, andas noun as the war i,ended, the
amount nor needed to pay the interest will be used
in paying ollthe debt. Our Government has twice
pawl off all its debt, and can easily do so again.
The interest is sure to be paid promptly, and the
debt itself is the very' safest investment in the
world: 'lt is as a mortgage on a good farm, dui
pays a better interest. It is in fact, a First Mort
gage on all lands, all incomes, all railroad and ca
nal bonds, and bank•or other stocks. mortgages,
Nothing ran fur we are all bound for
it, and all that we hare is firmly held for the Pity
ment ofprin2ipal and interest. How t;mlzshtlioie
people ate, who keep their gold and ateenlacks
idle and locked - up, or purchase mortgages or rail
road stocks and bonds, which pay only 5 or 6 per
cent interest, when these, Serenthirtiew pay
(counting the pretniuth on Five Twenties,),over
ten per cent., and are so much safer and surer.
9th Question. How many Sewn-Thirties are
there, and how much remains =iota
Answer. Then are.only about three hundred
and twenty-five millions authorized by law, and
only about one hundred and ninety millions-re
10th question. How long will take you to
sell the balance?
Answer. There are' about 800 National Banks..
all engaged in selling them.; also a large number
of the old banks, and at least three thousand pri•
sate bankers and brokers, and_special agents Will
be engaged iu all parts or the country in disposing
of them to the people.
11th Question. How long will it take to sell
the Whole? •
Answer. In less than three months theywill:
be all sold, and will no doubt then sell at a pre.,
mime, as was the case with - the old Seven-Thirties;
the fait Twenty-Year Loan, and the Five-Twen.
The above questiOns and answers, it is believ.
ed, will give full information to all. If not, the
General Subscription Agent, or any of the Banks
or Bankers employed to the Loan, will be
glad to answer all questions, an_d_to furnish the
-Seven-Thirties in small or large sums (as the notes
Are issued in denominations of $5O, $lOO, $5OO,
$1,000.) and to render it easy for all to subscribe
thus fulfilling the instructions of Mr. Fessenden,
who earnestly desires that the peopk of the whole
land, (as Wdll as the capitalists,)shall have every
opportunity afforded them of obtaining a portion
of this most desirable inresbnent.
LET NONE DELAY, Bur SUBSCRIBE AT ONL'E,
THROUGH RUE NEAREST RESPONSIBLE' DANE
AN INCIDENT OF TICE WAR
A letter from Minnesota to thoßocliester Dem- i
ocrat tells tins interesting story:
" Let me relate to you and yoar readers,an in
cident of the war which hna lately come to my
knowledge, and which has never before found its
way into the newspapers. la - the class of 1&5.-;-.at
Watervale College, bininc, were two young men
who had been chums while fitting for College at
the same school, and were chums through the en
tire college course, and after graduating pursued
their legal studies at the mute- law school, and
were chums here also. After . admission to the
bar, one went South to seek his fortune, the other
West. After the breaking out of -the rebellion,
the one went South enlisted in the rebel army,
the other in the Union army. They both after
ward rose to the rank of colonel, - and both took
paticin the battle of Mission Ridge, iu command
of their respective regiments. The rebel colonel,
at the head of a Tennessee regiment, was in sup.
port of a battery, which the regiment in command
of the Union colonel was ordered to lake at the
point of the bayonet.
" The battery was taken ; but both colonels fell
• mortally wounded. After the fight' was aver,. a
;Union captain, hiaiself a, classmate of the two
colonels, being detailed to bury the dead, found
erl i nla i U ds
ty ;both They mss evently see
agamed eath other after l=usded and the
!old ties of Trie4 - - roma
:ay, and together their spirits bad pealed the
,eternal 'ooti 7 -Side Weide; it: the ,sitme grave,
.they p & 7
their last sleep. .
":Anotho'r fad in rererencerto conegeeka4
wortkeiedioniiig: Of tlie4ltirf 6 aatvising -
iceoshertef this elan; thirty, aro,p7A; ; or hare'
;been, in the Union army., Of the other five ,
are oriptilei, and th e rem*ing twoallited theta
:selves aivolonteenn .Init*ere .not accepted on,
'account pfphysicaldiszthility. ,ThgbaNteanliek
:and well do they &serve the title of, 'llia 1 4r' ,
liar Claes.'" ' ' •
Tau history , ofthe locatiow of the famous Co-_
qiette Oli,Wellld a bit of roma:nee, and' herders
:closely ori the marvelous. The. iireeent enerptie
manager; of the well, Mr. George .-I<t, Kepter,
prior to his visit to the oil territory, had a re
markable dream, whiCh I Will relate here just as
I liadit'frem his owiv lips. He - Alanighrhe w 4 1 ,3 •
prospecting for oil, when, at the close of a weary
day's walking'pver fhb hill, the'val.
ley of Oil Creek; he espied, at a short dieter-me
before hing wistalivarth lodide seatedjon the vowed
with his back against a rock, pumping vigorously
at a rude punip,'freidwhich Mr. Kepler beheld a
steady streamer oil pouring. Almostat the same
instant the red man perceived :Xeplor,-ghmdwg
over his iheulder, and throligh a ,ersviee m the
rock. Drawing au arrow from' big 'quiver, his was
preparing to draw his bow: open -the intruder,
when, the latter. was relieved from his dilemma in
a miihner ae unlooked"fer as it Wall novel." 4." fair
&tinsel, en esteemed acquaintance of the &earner,
who had 'earned the reputation of a coquette, ap-,
preached him- suddenly and Stealthily, with a
warning gesture, bearing in her hands therdmatn
er's highly prized rifle. was
levelled and discharged at. the•lndiam With the
discharge the dreamer peered over the rock and
beheld, ter he expresses, "nothing but 'oil=oill"
Upon frig arrival at the farm subsequently,. he jes
tingly related his dream to 4441w:win, Mr. A. C.
-Kepler, who in the same sportive mood requested
him to mark the Spot. The drill was started, and
at the depth of five; hundred _and nineteen feet,
struck the largest well new floWingen.OirCreek.
Notwithstanding the difficulty of obtaining tanks'
to receive the vast amount of oil'Which has flawed
from this 'wonder among largewells, note single
bairell of the'oil has been lost. '
• PROPESSOk 'AGASZAZ BEtiAireJANIE
RICAN...74I%kt distitignislad. Swiss seholar,,whotti
the Emperor Napoleon has vainly, attempted. to.
induoeto return to France, in a spCech at - the
Agricultural Slum at Spririgfieldi Mass.4ave the
reasons why he selected this country for Ms home.
He said "I am in the habit of Joeking into. he
condition of things, and 'of analy,ging the facts.
which I !witness, and I asked myself one - day
what was the difference between American and
Efiropean civilization; and alter-caret& and con
scientioni, and sometimes drather trying lurvey
of the ease, I mime to this concins ki n: tluit.the
characteristic feature of Europearr.societymns,
that there the institutions were all calculated to
crush doivri every effort which might interfere
with the privileges of the few, while here every
thing was organized to foster the advancement of
one. The American institutions are such that
they will allow every man to become a man who
-possesses the elements of true manhood; and upon
that result of my consideration, I said to myself,
having children, - -here should - be my borne and
their home.' I could not . bat, enjoy those privile
ges of the boundless,resources of the country
which established its social organizations' upon
such principles!! . • . .
Srows of A Het.—There was a startling de
veloiimerif,_ at Mount Ilolyoke Seminary, not-long
since. Qne of the yomig ladies had just returned.
from a viiit to the outside world, and soon after a:
vigilant teacher looked into her:room and discov
ered a gentleman's bat there. Another teacher
also satisfied herself of the existence of the alarm
ing objeetistind the pupil was forthivith-sunikon
ed to the hallpf judgment. It was a meet:deli
cate subject of inquiry, and the point of•• attack
was only reached by gradual and ,zigzag, ap
proaches. The pupil, who manifested her deprav
ity by half concealed merriment, and showed no
disposition penitently, to unbosom herself; was at
last brot4ht up with a. plump question as to the
hat in the room. There was a moment of pain-
fully anxious suspense, followed by.a imam col
lapse, when the offender confessed that she had
brought in one of her father's old, bats to,cut up
for rolls for her hair. She - was pronolineeditri ,
cased, and there was great fun in the halls, as the
story circulated.--Springfield Repair:can.
NEVER complain of your birth, your employ- •
ment, your IthrtishiPs ; never fancy that you could
be something if you had a different lot and sphere
assigned you. God understands his own plan, and
be knows what you want a great deal better than
you do. l The'very things thatyou most depreci
ate as fatal limitations or obstructions, are prob
ably whit yOu most want; What you call - hind
rances, obstacles, discoaragements, are probably
God's opportunities •, and it is nothing new that
the patient should dislike his medicine, on any cer
tain proof that they are poisons. No ; a truce to
all such impatience ! Choke that envy which
gnaws at your• heart because you are not in 'the
same lot :with others ; , bring down your soul, or
rather bring it up to receive God's will and do
his work; in your lot and sphere, under youiiiond
of obscurity, against your temptations, and then
you shalt had that, your condition is never opposed
to your good-wherkconsistent with it.
.- • .
THE SRVA.N INDICATOR OF THE WEATHER.
—The eiilor of the sky, at particular times, 'af
fords' woltderful good guidance. Not only does a
'rosy sunset presage. good weather, and a,tuddy
.sumise bad weather, but there are other tints
'Which speak with equal clearness and ncentac).
A bright yellow sky in the evening indicates wind;!
a pale yellow, wet ; a neutral grey color consti
tutes a favorable sign in the evening, and an un
favorable one in the morning. The clouds are
again full of meaning in themselves. If their
forms are sott, undefined,. awl full feathery, the
weather will be fine ; if their edges are hard, sharp
and definite, it will be foal. Generallfspealdng,
any deep unusual hues betoken winder ruin;
while the, more quiet and 'delicate tints lies - peak
fair weather. Thom re Ample Maxims and vet
not so simple but what the British Board of Trride
has .thought fit to publish them tier the use of sea
THE BRIGHT SIDE.—Look op the brig ht side—
it is the right side. , The times may
,go Lard, but
it will make them no easier by wearing a gloomy
countenance. It is the sunshine and not the cloud
that make the flower. There is always. that be.
fore or around us which should cheer and fill the
hearts with warmth. The sky is blue ten times
where iti ie black once, You have troubles; it
may be. ' So haVe 'others, none are free from
them. perhaps it is well that - none should be.—
They give sinew and tone to life—fortitude and
courage to man. That would be a dull sea, and
the sailor- would never get - skill, where there was
nothing to disturb the surface of tile ocean. It is
th e duty of every one to e.xttort all the happiness
and enjoyment he can without and within him,
and above all he should look on the bright aide of
things: W hat though things do look alittle dark ?
The lane 'will turn and the night will end in broad
CONTRABAND TOM, who has C 91.13.8 into Sheri
dan's lines, says the rebels are having a " right
smart talk" about arming the colored men, and
the negri)es are talking about it themselves, but
the blacks are about equally divided on the mat
ter. Says'tom :—"'Bout half de colored men
fink deylwould ruil directly over to de Yankees
wid de arms in der hands, and toiler half tink
dey would jise stand uu' fire a few volleys to de
rear fist, 'fore dey run—fiat's all de difference."
A Low, who W,BB very modest and submissive
before marriage, was observed by a friend to use
her• tongue pretty freely afterwards. "There
was a time when 1 almost imagined she had none."
Yes," 1/314 her husband,. with a sigh, " but it's
very long sinee."
A ToliNG lady refused. to go into the Water
vliet Arsenal the other iiny,because she heard
that sortie of the muskets were without breech
es. 'There's delicacy ri,hyou.
A scitioin.NAß3l in Enzland has adotitad a new
and notel mode of punishment. If theiboji "dis
obey het. mules she stands them on Pleitheatis and
pours cold water into their trowsers legs.
GREAT SuOCK.—A lady we know was startled
the other day. by being told that some one was
wa iti n g:below for her "body." Dressmakers
F b ou hl be careful.
e IT ie an error to think that almigface is essen
tial to good morals, or that lauglung is an unpar
WHY , is. a baby's month o_o a 1 0 4t0E. 1 9 1 -4
heavens'? Because it,9i tOtilaussTway! 4
WHAT was Eve made for ?