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Julie 21, r 865.
, Gomm WITH OUR Furesos.—The heats of
Summer are upon us. Thoso who can afford it
-have left or pre leaving for the country; Omni
bus and car horses are m despair, common dogs
look sad, and the strqpts are watered by the per-
'spirution of toiling pedestrians. Great allowance
should be made for irritability, and everybody
should carry with him en ample stock of " soft
answers." It is a good plan to -- make compari
sons to one's own advantage, such. as " Well, we
bad one day hotter, last year," and so forth. Bu-
shave is more than dull, and every one seems
glad of it, for it is as great an exertion to Sell 118
to buy. There is a great increase in crime, par
ticularly Menses of assahlt and battery, and mur
der, owing doubtless to the nervous exhaustion
consequent upon the distressing heat. When the
thermometer* indicates "water boils," who can
wonder that blood boils too. Let the Sanitarians
look to this. Business is not all dull, for the ice
cream and soda water branch is brisk: A soda
water fountain would be a fortune this month to
a moderitte man—if one could only economise in
A thoughtful friend sent, us the following very
ilidefruitely doubtful advice in reference to Jef-
Vrsou Davis :
" Why argue what to do with Daci;/
Let's forgive the trouble he gave no.
A month ago, we all cried "stop him,"
Now he's caught, it's better to nnor 11131
The readers of this loyal journal will no doubt
agree to " drop him" from a raised platform.
I think that in a former number. I made some
few remarks about the Camden and Amboy Rail
road. I need not therefore state that I have
again been over the road and that I lost my tem
per, that I had my feelings hurt, and my toes
trodden on to a degree that I shall -never forgive
or fdrget. I never did see such a einpan3 for
throwing dust in one's eyes. .
What Will Chambersburg do on the Fourth of
July ? Will _we go over to Gettysburg, or will
we siay at home ? Can't we have a procession
and a speech; and a fight or two? And then on
the 30th . we all ought to meet in the publiii iquare
and have a sort of feast of the Passover. Let us
begin to make ready. The old [omnibus might he
I used fir the "oldest inhabitants." the youth of
each being coeval: By the bye. no ilne that has
;la tried it, can form un idea of the pleasure
that same old vehicle gives returning refugees. ,
For a long time it had disappear/A, and I thought
it had avoided the fate of "The one horse shay,"
by being tried in the tire of July :10th. and found
wantingin consequence thereof. But when I once
again beheld the verifable old concern, with the
same antique driver, and above all the identical
go-cart in the rear, my heart leaped towards it
with a yearning that can only be appreciated by
a resilienter. Next to a picture of Alick Orbi
son, I would prefer a photograph of that omnibus;
horses, driver and baggage-van included. It hi
true the lettering on the 'buss wonld'nt give a
clear idea to posterity of the reason why it should
6 . e considered a Chainbersburg relic; but that,
liktisorne speolches, might be subject to explana
; COMPLIMENTARY. —Thc following complimen
tary letter, from Maj. Gen. Carlin to Lieut. Col. D.
Miles, a native of Chatubersburg, and brother of
Capt. Geo. Miles, we copy from the Lancaster
Ezpriss. It shows in what high estimation th 4
Colonel and his command are held by the gallant
officer 'under " whom they fought their last bat
WILLARD'S HOTEL. t
;Washington, D. C., May 17, 196.5. S
Licid,'CoL D. Miles, 79th Pa. When I left
the let Division. 14th Corps, at Goldsboro', S. C., or rath
ier when I wrote my official report. I was too sick to make
'a !cal state at of the berviveretolered by the :ever-al
'Brigades °Mu - Division._
Valve, ispecially'lay Inability at that time to render'
:fulljuatioe to yourself and the gallant men you common"-
!dist in theAampaign from Savannah to Goldst.ro',
'ding the battle of Bentonville. You daserced special
,ntention both for your gallantry In bank and unvarying
fidelity in the discharge of all your duties Whenever I
gm you' an order I knew it would be faithfully tureen
! ted, whether the order required an assault on rebel in
' trenehments, or a wagon train to be pulled through the
mud. I wish you to assure the officers and men of the
79th Pa.;3Bth ItaL. filst 0. V.I. and 74th 0. V. L, that I
was more than satisfied with their conduct white under
I your command and mine. Sickness alone preventiq me
at the proper time from doing full Justice to them.
Hoping that your wound has healed, and that success
may attend you always in life, I remain, with great rei
j pest, your friend. NV. P. CARLDI, Maj. Gen. by-Brut.
IMPORTANT TO POSTMASTERS.—Recentlythe
Postoffice Department issued orders to offices ex
changing Pouches, authorizing the use of twine
instead of paper in putting up packages of letters.
The order has been misunderstood to apply to all
offices, and many country Postmasters have got
the habit 'of throwing their letters loosely into the
mails, occasioning much embarrassment Mid in
convenience to the service. The Department, to
remedy the evil, has rescinded the order, except
as to offices directly served from Railway offices.
Hereafter Postmasters will be required to care
fully wrap letters in good strong paper, with the
Post-office, county and State legibly . endorsed
AT the Anniversary oT the Franklin_County,
Bible Society, held May 7th. 1865, the following
itesolred, That in view of the necessity that will soon
ensue of another thorough exploration of the 'Founts-, to
supply the many destitute refugees, both whiteand color
ed, who are settled in onr midst. and the depletion of our
resources, by the burning of our town, destroying oar en
tire stock of Bibles and 'Pestaments; also our book ease:
Mowing a loss of 8175. the churches of the county are
respectfully and earnestly dewed to take collections to
aid the Society to carry on its work of supplying the des
Raoteed. That the ficeretuT of the Society bst directed
to puhlish the above resolutions in the pap:rsof the coun
ty; and to seed copies of it to the toinbiers of the came
having charge of congregations.
THE WHEAT CROP.—Within the past week
the milk-weevil has appeared in the wheat in the
vicinity of Chamberiburg, and has been very du
stnactive. Most of the Meditliranian wheat on
the heavy hioestone lands has been very seriously
injured ; but the white wheat, as far as' we have
been able to learn, haslot been disturbed by it,
as the grains were too hard when the weevil
made its appearance. Some fields of beardy
wheat in this neighborhood that we have seen are
almost entirely destroyed.
SALE or OR. Littins..—Four hundred acres
of the , -" Irvine Farm" oil lands, at Concord, have
been sold to a New York Oil Company for Sin,-
WU, the lute proprietors retaining an interest of
one-tenth iu the oil or mineral productions of The
premises. But a short time since the whole of
above property, six hundred acres in all, was
offored for $1";.1.000. A mighty inflator the
value of mountain and valley art thou, 0, Oil!
SOUTHERN PENNA. RAH.ROAD;—The
veyors on the proposed route of the • Southern
Penns Railroad, are now in Fulton coliiity, and
at last accounts had reached a point ju 'Fbltimond
tHarrisoaville. The work has been taken hold of
pled earnest, and there is every reason to'be t .
hove that the road will be speedily put under con
HONORABLY DLSCHARGED.-Dr. C.
Lane, Surgeon of the Board of Enrollment of this
District, was on Thursday list honium4y dischar
ged the sertice by order of the Provost Marshal
General, his services being no longer ygiaired.
The Dr. was a gentlemanly and effieent ofriere4,
DR. - Smiur.L G. LASE, Asst. Surgeon General
of this State, was in town from Saturday until
Monday, in fine health. Mr. John K. Shryock
("Gossip With Our Friends") is also with us, and
graces the sanctum occasionally". in propria per
Rguyous.—There will be in 'the
Pneebytigian Churth next Sabbetb:47,-,.
THE CRAPS.—.From all parts of the States and
from Canada, we learn that the gross* crops
never gave greater promise. The wheat and hay
crops in . i particalarnre represented to be unusu
ally forward, and the yield is expected to be im
mensely over a common average.
FOUIFTII OF JULY.—We understand theMeth
°dist Sunday School of this place, in connection
with the 3fethodist Sunday School of Hagers
town, will celebrate the eemhig i anniversary of
our National Independence in the4trove at Mari
on Station, on the Franklin Railroad.
GONE TO tVßOPE.—Fter.br e P. Schaff, of
the Mercersburg Theological! Seminary, sailed
from New York for Dative in the Helvetia, on
the 10th inst., in couipani with several clerical
friends, and expects to bc absent several months.
To BoLDEits.—The attention of builders is
incited to the proposals for erecting the "Reposi
tory Building" on the site of the old Franklin
Hall. The contract will be allotted on Saturday
a week, July let.
REV. Tung. X. Oita, of Allegheny, and former
ly a member of the Chambereburg Bar, preached
iu the Presbyterian Church of this pia& on Sun
day last. The coOgrecation is still withouf a
REFRESH/NG SHOWERS.—The general appre
hension of a severe drought was dispelled by the
copious showers of Monday last, and the corn,
oats and potatoes will row come forward finely.
REV. MR. CARNAHAN . , formerly Pastor of the
Associate Reformed Church, of this place, was
Metalled Pastor of the Presbyterian Church of
Gettysburg on the 13th inst.
THE, court-house is nearly under roof again and
will be completed :early in,the fall. The cost of
re-building Will be about equal to the cost of the
WE go to Clippinger & Thompson's to get the
truest pictures. Mr. John W. Odionie , late cf Gate
kunst's Imperial and Morgan & Rensstar's Excelsior
Gallery, is operating for them. Mr. Odionie, from past
experience of nine years, deems himself competent to
make pictures equal to any made in the first Mass Gal
leries of New York, Philadelphia or elsewhere, therefore
they can assure their patrons to give them satisfactionip
ail cases. Dent forget the place, Sign of the Red Flag,
Second Street. jrine:-Pm
- -- GELWICKS & BURKHART haLretunted from
Philadelphia nod Nen - York with a n and very head
lot ofgoodo. It is their determination e this boss,
peso pay them by selling great quantih , and
not by large profits. We advise all who wth to buy
gaols cheap and to have the largest and moot variedstock
to make their oclertjon from. to call with this firm before
ANODYNE CORDIAL, the Mottier's \ Friend and
Child's Relief.—This valuable medicine is again for sale
at MILLER'S NEW DRUG STORE, next door west of
Brown's HoteL It is far superior to nal Soothing Syrups,
or any other preparation for children in Teething, Chalks
Diarrhea. or inward pains.
Go To Gelwieks' and . Burkhart's for confec
tionary, they manufacture ; have alwayv a fine masortment
and sell cheap wholesale and retaiL
THE only place to get a pleasant and refresh.
lag drink of Soda Water, is at CitESSLEM4, where the
choice 4 fruit syrups are always kept.
.1 YOUNG LADY SHOT BY HER
The Mehl:ll 3 4)nd Times of May 26, says: On
Thursday last the citizens of Chesterfield were
shocked by the report of a horrible tragedy which
occurred on that day at Tomahawk Station. on
the line of the Danville railroad. For some time
back Miss M. Davis, a most beautiful and accom
plisbed lady of about nineteen years of age, the
daughter of Peter C. Davis, a farmer living near.
the station; had been receiving the addresses of
a Mr. Sublett, and everything- seemed to augur
favorably fur his suit till about two weeks since,
when his visits were discontinued, and report
stated that he bad been discarded. From that
time till the day of the melancholy occurrence,
the mother of ,Sublett, noticed an alarming ab
straction of mind on the partmf her son,and used
all the influence which an 'affectionate parent
could exercise to win ban back to happiness and,
socidty, but withoutavail. Earlyon the morning
of the 18th he left his home, gun in hand, ostensi
bly for the purpose of hunting squirrels (which
at this season are very plentiful, but instead of
pursuing his purpose he . proceeded to tile house
of Mr. Davis, and, entering the parlor, requested
an interview with his daughter. The father was
not present, but his daughter responded 'to the
summons, and ented herself to her former
lover, when only few minutes elapsed before
the report of a musket was heard, and, sinanlta.'
neously, out rushed Sublett, gun, in hand, exclaim
ing to the younger children, as be passed through
the lot, "Don't tell, don't tell ; I did it
Hearing the report of a quo; Mr. Davis rushed
to his house, only - to filui hni lovely daughter wel
tering in her blood on the 'parlor floor, and her
younger sisters and brothers wildly lamenting the
loss which they had sustained. Recovering from
his anguish of mind, he immediately sought the
assistence of a United States guard, who was in
the neighborhood, and went in pursuit of the as
All night was spent in the search without ob
taining any clue of his whereabouts; but, when
the morning of Friday arrived, it was determined
to wake another search of the guilty party's resi
dence, when he was found crouched up under
the porch, half naked and apparently half dives
ted of his reason.
Subsequently, he was taken before the provost
commander at the station and discharged y it be
ing alleged that the occurrence was probably ac
cidental. The testimony upon which this verdict
was rendered is said to be that of his mother, who
asserted that, soon after, her son dashed into the
house. and exclaiming, have murdered my
darling; I did not mean •to do it," darted forth
into the woods, after which nothing more mi
heard of him till the time:of his arrest.
All the parties are of high respectability, and
throughout the country the greatest consternation
and regret has been expressed at the melancholy
THE POSITION OF DESERTERS AND
By the terms of an act of Congress approved'
the 3d day of March, 1865, deserters from the
army and conscripts who have failed to report to
the proper officers, are placed in a woful plight.
If we read the terms of the act of Congresi aright,
all tines' referred to therein, have forfeited their
citizenship, and are to all intents and purposes,
in the position of aliens debarred from the exer
cise 'of all political rights and the holding'of all
offices of trust and profit under the Government.
Tlio act of Congress distinctly declares, that
"All persons who have deserted the military or.
naval service of the United States, who shall not
return to the said service or report themselves to
a provost marshal within sixty days after the pro
clamation hereinafter mentioned, shall be deemed
, and taken to have voluntarily relinquished and
forfeited their rights to become citizens; and such
deserters shall be foreVer incapable of holding
—any office of trust or profit ,under the United
:States, or of exercising any rights of citizens
therebf; and all persons who shall hereafter de
sert the niilitary or naval senice,aud all persons
who being duly enrolled, shall depart the pirisdic
tion of the district in which he is enrolled, or go
beyond the limits of the United States, with the
intent to avoid any draft into the military or na
val service duly ordered, shall'be liable to the pe l
nalties of this section. And the President it here
by authorized and required forthwith, on the pas
sage of this act, to issue his proclamation setting
forth the. provisions of this section, in which pro
clainatiOn the President is requested to notify all
deserters returning within sixty days, as alive
said, that they shall be pardoned on condition of
returning to their regiments or companies, or to
such other organizations as they may be assigned
to, unless they shall have„served - for a period of
time equal to their original' term of enlistment"
—On the 10th of March, 1245, the President
of the United States issued hisseoclamation as
directed by thelaW quoted abovsi. There is no
mistaking the law) Its terms 'and its penalties
'are plainly explicit-; and it becomes the duty of
every citizen to see that this law is rigidly en
forced. Deserters from the draft—men who ab
sented themselves from localitiei after. being en
rolled therein, and who failed to 'report within
the sixty days prescribed, will now find that they
have forfeited their rights of citizenship. The
law fixes this penalty; and the people who have
stood by the Government in all its trouble, must
see that the law is properly`enforerd
THE FOURTH OF JULY 4T GETTYSBURG.--,
Layigg of the Corner Stone, So.—Enough is al
ready known to assure our readers that the com
ing Fourth of July, will be a Gteat Day in Get
tysburg. Tho arrangements for the laying of the
Corner Stone of the Soldiers' National Monument
are being pushes forward, and every effort is be
ingmade by the Committee in charge, to make it
an occasimt worthy the day and the event it is in
tended to celebrate. There is no doubt that the
President of the United States will be here to
perform the ceremonies of laying the Corner
Stone; the Secretary of War will also positively
be here, with many other prominent public men,
who have been_invited, and who have responded
to the invitation. General Oliver 0. Howard will
deliver the oration on the occasion. Col. C. G.
Hulpine. ("Miles O'Reilly") will read an original
poem, Maj. Gen. Geary will act as Chief Marshal,
and Rev. Dr. Tyng, of New York as Chaplain.
The• Marine Band of Washington will be present,
and the National Union, Musical. Association of
Baltimore will also be here. The members of
the Cabinet and= heads of departments, and the
Governors of the various States, are expectgd to
be present. Prominent officers of the army and
thousands of war -wen] veterans will also be here
to view theground over which they fought, and
drop a tear over the graves of their dead com
rades The civic Ind military ceremonies ou the
occasion will be of the most imposing kind. No
doubt an immense crowd will assemble here
on that occasion from all the States in the union,
for the three-fold purpose of celebrating not only
the anniversary of our National Independence,
but the anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg,
and the fall of. Vicksburg ; and at the same time
to rejoim over return of Peace, the triumph
of Freedom and a restored Union. If there ever
was a day in the history of the Nation that should
be celebrated with more than usual "pomp and
circumstance," it is the approaching Fourth of
July. And where, is there in this broad land a
more fitting spot to render such observance, than
on the battle-held of Gettysburg, and in the mini-
Der proposed. Let the usual local celebrations
throughout the Slate be dispensed with this year,
in order that all maybe free to join in this one
grand re-union. - Ample railroad arrangements
will be made for the transportation of visitors,
and the accommodation of guests on that emu
MONUMENTS ON THE BULL RUN BATTLE
FIELD.—A very interesting event took place on
the 11th inst., on this historic ground-,nothing
leas than - the consecration of two monuments to
commemorate the great struggles which took
place there and the memory of the patriots who
fell. One of the monuments is situated on the
field of the first battle of Bull Run. on that portion
of the ground were Beintzelman fought on the
light. The other is on the field where the sec
ond battle of Bull Run was fought, or, as it is
generally called, the battle otLGroveston, August
31, 1862. This monument is erected on that part
of the field where the first division of the _Filth
corps fought on that day, near the railroad.—
These monuments are plain, simple structures of
red sandstone, the first twenty-seven and the lat
ter twenty-one feet high, and . have been erected
entirely within the past week by detachments of
troops from the first separate brigade of the Twen
ty-second army corps, Brevet Brigadier General
Gamble commanding,`stationed at Fairfax court
house. The work has been under the sole super
vision of Lieut. McCallom, of the 16th Massachu
The dedicatory• services were of a simple but
impressive character. Rev. Dr. Mc3furray, of
Kentucky, read a portion of the Episcopal ser
vice appropriate to the occasion, and two hymns,
one for each monument, were sung, having been
written expressly for the occasion by John Pier
pont. Brief addresses were made by .Judge Olin,
Gene. Wilcox and Heintzelman.
A large party of invited guests wale 'present
from.the city, among whom were Maj. Generals
Heintzelman and Wilcox, the former haring been
wounded and the latter captured at the first bat
tle on this ground. Also, Brigadier Generals
.111eigs and Benham. Brigadier Gen. Hall, Profes
sor Henry, Commissioner Barrett, and others.
The lateless of the hour will prevent further par
ticulars of this interesting Nita ion to-night.—Cor
respondence N. Y. Times.
WARNErG TO MR. Lti
cot...N.—The - Washington Republican says that
Marshal Lennon, of that city (who has just resign.
ed his office), warned President Lincoln, in De
cember last, of plots against his life. He address
ed to the President the following letter:
"W.lsnorn•rtec City, December 10, 1864,14
o'clock A. M.,-Hon.. A. Liocoin,_President
States—Sir yegreithat.youflanot appre.
elate what I have repeatedly said to you in regard
to the proper police arrangements connected with
your household and your own personal safety.
You are in danger!
I hare nothing to ask, and I flatter myself that
you will at least believe that I am honest. (If
you have been impressed differently, however, do
me and the country,the justice to at once dispose
of al suspected officers audPpen3ons, oraccept
my resignation of the Marshalship, which is
by tendered.) I will give you further reaskas
than those hereinafter named,.Which have impel
led mete this course.
To-night, as you have done on several previous
occasions, you went unattended to the theatre.
Wheu I say you. went unattended, I mean that
you went with two guests but without any guard.
And you know, or ought to know, that your life
is sought after, and will be taken, unless you and
your friends are cautious, for you have many en
emies within our lines.
You certainly know that I have provided men
at your mansion to perform any duty that will
pinperly conduce to your interests or your safety:
God knows that lam unselfish in this matter;
and Ido think that I have played low comedy
long enough, and at my time of life I ought at least
attempt to play "star" engagements for the future.
, 1 have the honor to be your obedient servant,
WARD H. LAMON."
EUROPEAN OPINION OF OUR COUNTRYMEN.
—The Court de Montaiembert, who is one of the
leading Catholic writers of Europe, and a gentle
man of the highest philosophical as well as litera
ry culture, has just published an article in the
Correspondent, headed "The Victory of the North
in the United States," in which he argues that the
military virtues displayed bythe Americans du
;ring their tremendous struggle of four years' du
ration. are . nothing in comparison to their civil
virtues.• The citizens of the United States, he
says. did not have recourse to suicide to get away
from fear and suspense. They were not the peo
ple to imitate those despairing sick who prefer
immediate death to prolonged suffering. He
thinks, their conduct in time of trial a grand les
son for those European nations ivhichrthough
as heroic as need be on the battle-field, are "in
timidated and demoralized by every civil danger."
The Americans have given to the world the "glo
rious and consoling example of a people who saves
itself without a Csesar: - This is intended, no
doubt, as a rebuke to the suppressive and des
potic, policy pursued by Napoleon but, at the
same time, it expresses the real feeling, the sin
cere and genuine admiration, which the patience,
the energy, the fortitude and the self-respect of
our people have excited in all liberal minds,
whether of the Catholic or Protestant church, in
HORRIBLE MURDER IN CAMBRIA.—Our Eb
ensburg correspondent, writing on the 9th says :ed
On last (Thursday) evening two women, nun—
Miss Paul and Mif*Munday, the latter a daughter
of Martin Mund ay, residing by themselves in Croyle
township, this county, were found at their home
with their brains beaten out—one lying in the barn,
and the other in the orchard, abont fifty yards from
the barn. It is supposed the latter had tried to es
cape by flight, but being overtaken was withered.
A large club was lying beside each. They were lust
seen on Wednesday evening about 5 o'clock, by a
young lady passing by the house.
It is supposed the murderers entered the build
ing with the intention if robbing the intnalei, but
being discovered committed murder to escape de.
tection. The furniture was disarranged as if a
general search had been instituted for valuables,
but a dress belonging to Miss Paul, which contain
ed $4O, was overlooked. A small box belonging
to IlisaMunday was found. broken open 'and 'the
money missing. Miss Paul was aged seventy years
and unmarried. Miss Munday was nut seventeen
years old. The authoroties at Conemaugh have
arrested and confined in the county jail a man .by
the name of John Ream, on suspicion of being
connected with the murder. Ream is a gradu
ate of the Western Penitentiary, having been
sent there some years ago for theft—Pittsburg
PRESIDENT LINCOLN'S log cabin, on exhibi
tion at the Chicago Fair, which he helped to build
with his own bands in the days of his youth and
Poverty, is the most interesting of all the objects
in the Fair. It has been brought piecemeal from
its original locations, and erected inside a broad
enclosure at the corner of Randolph street and
Wabash avenue. It is a Oumimngnlar building
ing about sixteen by sixteen, ac,pearly as we can
guess at the measurement, affis a. veritable log
cabin, an aboriginal back-woodefrnan's dwelling of
Precisely thersame portraiture as these with which
we are all more or less familiar within this west
Smithlin Ittpu.MiClD„ ittytnibasbutg, fa,
FIRE t HOLFUSBURG.—A very destructive fire
occurred in Harnsbarg on the miming of the
15th. The flame were first discovered about 3
o'clock, in R. J. Fleming's coach factory, on the
corner of Third street and Strawberry alley. In
a very few minutes the conflagration extended to
the buildings adjoining, and before the flames
could be arrested the following properties were
destroyed:—R. J. Fleming's coach - factory and
blacksmith shop, with their contents; loss $15,-
000; no insurance. Joseph Poulten's billiard sa
loon ; loss ssoto. Hess' news depot; loss $lOOO.
William Parkhill's dwelling and plumbing estab
lishment; 10e8 $4OOO. The DailyTekgraph print
ing office was partially destroyed; loss $5000;
insured for $3OOO. Brant's Hall was on fire, and
is partially insured.
The State Capitol Hotel, Exchange, County
Prison and Court House, Franklii. House, and
State Arsenal were for a time in great jeopardy,
and' had the flames not been arrested at the Tck
graph printing office, the : probabilities are that
the most valuable portion ,pf Harrisburg would
have been in ashes to-day. The, fire was the
work of an incendiary.
A VERA CRUZ letter of June le says that the
Liberals in Mexico have gained more ground du
ring the last month than they have lost during the
last year. General Negrete still holds Monterey,
Saltillo and all the country between those cities
and the coast. The whole State of Tamaulipas,
except Tampi . co and Ma6unoras, is in the hands
of the Liberals. In the States of Tobasco and
Chiapas not an Imperialist is to found. Alvarez
is still Governor of Gncrreo. All the coast south
of Vera Cruz, except Campeachy, is in the pos
session of the Juarists. Dr. Gwin has arranged
his Sonora project. , He goes as Director General
of Emigration to the States of &min, Chihuahua;
D. urungo and Tamaulipas, and is to be protected
by eight thousand French troops.
FINANCE AND TRADE.
JOS. F. YOENG & CO., No.
U. S. 'dl's Io.l}
U. S. 5-20's 103 i
Reading R. R inhotr. 48:1
- Penne. Railroad
Catawissa 55 13 11
Cntawima It. R.—Pref. 231 1
North Penna. Railroad _4}l
& Erie R. -
Long Island Railroad.
Schuylkill Nacigatien. 191
Schuylkill NaV.—Pref.' 27
Susquehanna Canal... 71'
Big Mountain Coat....
Butler Coal - 7
Connecticut Mining ..
Feeder Dam C0a1.....
Green Mt. Coal
- Eystette Zino
N. Y. & Mid. Coal.—
New Creek Coal
- Penn Mining
Swat= Falls C0a1....
Allegheny & Tideonte
Ball Creek •
Dunkard Creek Oil
GLOSSER—HARTNIAN.-00 Thursday, Juno 15th,
in Saloum, Clinton county. Pm, by the Rev. B. B. Hamlin,
Sir. Jam F. Glasser, of Pittsburg, Pa.. to Miss E. Carrie.
daughter of Rev. D. Hartman, of East Baltimore 'X E.
HALL—WISTON.—On the IBth host., by the Rev. E.
B. Wilson. Mr. A. J. Hall to Miss Susan E. Wiston
BECEITOL—On the 14th inst., after a protracted ill
nee+, Abraham Bechtol, of this place, formerly of Exeter.
Gone but not forgotten. - [Reading papers please copy!.
SlMMERS.—Preamble and Resolutions on the death of
Jobs K. Simmers, Company 13. `BOth Pa. Vols.
WHEREAS. The mournful state of our country during
the past four pasts has demanded the sacrifice of the lives
of no many of our best and bravest tneu, and we are rail
ed upon to mourn the loss of our beloved Lvaarade, John
K Simmers, who fell at Five Forks, Va., April Ist. 1 8 6 54
whilst bravely battling in defence of his country ; there
Revoked, That whilst we bow - in humble submission to
the will of liim ' who &wilt all things well," our hearts
are filled with feelings of the deepest sorrow, for the death
of him. who by his stumble disposition, uniform courtesy
and gentlemany conduct has endeared himself alike to all
who know him, and who by his faithfulness in the dis
charge of his duties. not only in camp but also upon the
field of battle, and the sacrifice of his life that the Repub.
Lie might live, has won the honors due alone the true
American Soldier, and n - ntlen his nameas with a pencil
of light upon the imperishable roll of the nation's martyr
Rr,olred, That in this hour of their sad bereavement
we tender to the parent and relatives of the deceased our
Rao!cell, That these Resolutions be published in- the
FRANKLIN REPosrrouv, and that a copy of them be far
ebbed the relatives.
Capt. 11. M. McKnoirr,
Sergt. MANABIS MatELSINE,
Capt. G. W. BA.E.sys,
INFORMATION FREE.—To Nervous Sufferers.
—A Gentleman, cured of Nervous Debility, Incompetency,
Premature Delray, and Youthful Error, actuated by a de
sire" to be 7 nefit others, wile happy to furnish to all who
need it, (FREE OF CHARGE.) the recipe and direct.ons for
making the simple remedy used in his case. Sufferers
wishing to profit by the advertiser's sad experience, and
possess a sure and valuable remedy. can do so by address.
mg him at his place of business. ;The Recipe, and full in
formation—of vital importance—will be cheerfully sent by
return mail. Address JOHN' B. OGDEN, GO Nassau street,
P. S.—Nervous Sufferers of both sexes mill find this in
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NOT a Few of the Wrofat Disorders that Af
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A CARD TO INvAuns.—A clergyman, , while
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Early De cay, Diseases of the Urinaiy and Seminal Organs'
and the whole train of disorders brought on by baneful and
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by this noble remedy. Prompted by a desire to benefit the
afflicted and unfortunate. I will send - the recipe for pre
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Please inclose a stamped envelope, addressed to your
Address JOSEPH T. INMAN, .
oct 19.1y] STATION.D. BIBLE HOUSE, New Tonle City.
TO PURIFY, Enrich the blood, and Beautify
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THE BRIDAL CiLeinien.—A note of warning
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4'29 Brondwuy, New York. Aprill94lnn
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Great We_blein .....
Home's Eddy Oil
Hyde Farm 21-
Maple Shade 131
M'Cllntock Oil ..
M'Cren & Cherry Run.
Noble 44:: Delamater...
Oil Creek 4
Phflada and Tideoute-
Pope Farm Oil
Phila & Oil Creek...
Story' Farm Oil
Schuylkill & Oil Creek
St Nicholas 11
Tarr Homestead...... 4
Turtle Run. •
Veuamro 01L......". I
Walnut Island 1
THEBRIDAL Oumßekan Ese# of Warning
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address, WARNER & CO.. Box 138 : Brooklyn N. Y.
A GEINITLEKIN cured of Nervous Debility,
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will be happy to furnish' others with the means of cure.
(free of charge). This remedy Is simple, safe,-and cer
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Joia B. OGDEN, 60 Nassau St., New York. june73rn.
A CLEAR, Samoth Skin and Beautiful Complex
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tract Sarsaparilla. It remoras black spots, pimples. aryl
all eruptions of the skin.
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REPORT OF THE MARKETS.
Chtunbetsbarg Markets. •
CiIASIBEItSIIKHG, June 'SI, 1855.
Flour—White SIS 25IButter Is
Flour—Red 7 75 , Eggs 20
Wheal—White 1 401 Lard ' IS
Wheat—Red I 25 'tallow 8
'osi on—Hams. M 123
Corn 6oi flacon—Sides- IS
Oats ... - _J. .. _ 451 up Beans
Clover Seed i 15 Washed Wool SO
Timothy Seed 3 i Unwaslied Wool • 50
Flaxseed 1 75 I Paved Peaches 7 00
Potatoes—Mercer.... I 35! Unpaved Peaches 400
Potatoes—Pink - Eyes 1 00i Dried Apples , _ 1 50
Philadelphia Cattle Market.
PHILADELPHIA, Jane 20, 1865
The Cattle Market, as we bane noticed for severatweeks
past, Continues dull, and prices have declined about lc.V
lb. 1300 head anived nod cold this week at from 174115 e.
for extra ;14'16c. from fair to good; and 12Z4.12m f'
for common, as to quality.
Hogs arq dull, at about former rates ; 2100 bead sold at
the il,iffecent yards at front Sit a 13 the 100 lbs . . nett. as to
Sheep are more active, and prices are looking up ; 4000
head arrived and sold at from 6 - &74 cents V lb. grass.
Lambs saint S 4 ii 6 V head, as to quality.
Cows arq without change; 110 head sold at from 525 to
$5O for spribgers. and e.3siceo V bead for cow and calf,
as to quality.
PHILADELPHIA. June ,20, 1.965.
The Flour Market presents no new feature. Therein
no-Shipping demand. The home tradepurohase sparingly
at $Oll6 15 for superfine; 621)6 75 for extras; and $7 758
8-50 for extra family„ according to quality. In Rye Flour
and corn Meal nothing doing.
Wheat is scarce, and 2000 bushels sold at $1.20'04.85
for rsd ; and $2 10iS2 DS/ fur white. Rye is as 22590 c.
The receipts and stocks of Corn are light, and the demand
is good with small sates of yellow at 9.5898 c., bat some
holders ask 61(1). ...Oats are in limited request, with sales
of GOO bushels Dolaware at 70c. In Barley and Barley
Malt nothing doing. - --
The Whiliky ?larket is dull; small sales at SOO3F; 210.
T THE SIG& OF THE "RED FLAG,"
• on Second St, 5 doors south of the Market House,
.ou will find FREY & FOLTZ'S.
L. AIALTRER A; CO. ARE PRE
, pared to furnish ALL KINDS of BUILDING B
and other LUMBER on short notice and reasonable
If you - wish to build, gire us ft call,
HARVEST SHOES.—The best Shoe for
ffarve‘ters—very cbeap, at FREY & FOLTZ'S.
ItE"OVAL.—C. H. GORDON has re
moved his SADDLERY 81101' to the stand Gera•
pied by him previous to the fire, on 31a.is: STREET, a fern
doors South of Greenawalt's Hotel,
T .ADIES, the best and prettiest Buckle
1_.4 Gaiters—all kinds at FRET & FOLTZ'S.
TWO FARMS FOR SALE.—The sub
scriber offers ut Private Sale TWO FARMS and a
LOT OF MOUNTAIN LAND. Persons disposed to pur•
chase will please call on the pudersigned, residing on the
Mansion Tract, on the Baltimore turnpike. one mile East
of Fayetteville. tuneMdf s JOHN G BIGHAM.
GENTS.. a nen-• and beautiful Buckle
Gaiter, overt• description of Hata. Care. Boob and
Shoes. at FREY & FOLTZ'S.
GORDON HAS ON HAND A
Large assortment of Baddles, Harness, Collars, Bri•
dies. Halters, bury Roand Bridles, Wagon. Carriage
and Linen Nets of all kinds, from $1,61) to $4.50; Curry
Combs. Horse Cards, Mane Combs, Brushes. Horse Boots,
Cow Hides, and many other articles not necessary to enu
T ADIES," a new and Beautiful style
J "waterfall" Rat at FREY & FOLTZ'S.
tice is hereby given that ,Letters of Administration,
on the Estate of John Omwake, late of Washington town•
ship, dee'd, have beeq granted hole undersigned.
All persons knowing themselves indebted to said Estate
will please make immediate paytilent ; and those having
claims present them property athentimted far settlement.
SAMUEL OMWAKE,kth, ri"
A. 4 - AC HE RS WAN TE D.—The Board
Of Directors rf the Mercersburg Independent School
District, will employ SIX TEACHERS, male and female.
to teach the schools of said district during the term which
will commence about the Ist of September test. Those
applying must come recommended by the County Super
intendent. Good wages will be paid. By order of the
Bawd. A. .1. NORTH, President.
Attest: JNO. A. Hi ssozio, Clerk. Dune2l 4t
SADD LE HS' HARDWARE.-C. H.
GORDON has just purchased in the East a large
stock of SADDLERS' HARDWARE consisting of
Buckets, Binge. Kitts, flames, Bridle Fronts, Tacks, Itiv
ets, Rosettes, Swivels, Pad Screws, Gig Trees, Black
trimmed and full-plate self-adjusting Trees. Patent and
Enamelled Leather, Saddlers' Hair.. Patent Leather Col-
Mrs, Ornaments, Girth and Rein Web, Cock-eyes, Thread,
Trunk, Nails, Neck Protectors, &r., 5:c., which he invites
Saddler's and others to call and examine, and which will
be sold at low rates.
PUBLIC SALE.—There willbe offered
at Public Sale, on Friday, the 30th of June Inqt , on
the premises, in the Borough of Chtimbersbutir, A LOT
of GROUND, situated on Catharine street, on which is
erected a two story FRAME AND BRICK DWELLING
and Brick Stable. There is a Cistern on the premises,
and a right in a well on the adjoining lot ,
Also—At the same time, A LOT OF GROUND, on
the • Waynesboro' road, with a Baru, Shed and Cistern
thereon. Also, a number of Fruit Trees.
Shle to commence at 10 o'clock, when the terms
will be made known by E. G. ETTER.
Agent !Uri. G. &ten:.le
PUBLIC SALE.—The mulergizned will
sell, at Public, outcry, on the premises, in the bo•
rough of Chambersbuser, on Saturday, the Ist day of July
;met. at 10 A. At.. the following Real Estate, namely:
A LO,T op, GROUND on Main Street, below Queen.
West Side • together with the walls and liriek thereon
ntandlng. This lot is very desirable, having an excellent
Well of goad Water, and also a good Cistern thereon. It
is situated in the most business part of the town, and has
long been known as a good business stand._ Also, at the
came time 14 BUILDING LOTS on Queen street. near
East Point. These lots will be laid off to suit purehnsers
un the day of Sale. • All this property will be sold, with ;
out reserve, to the highest and best bidder, and a clear
title will be given. The temis will be reasonable, and
:made known on the day of sale by
junefll-2t JOHN M'CLINTOCK.
nice at Chamhershurg, State of Penn.
y of these Letters. the applicant must
Letters," give the date of this list, and
Gaff Miss Elia%
Hall A J
Ball Ann M
Quinn Wm A
Reynolds H M
in the Part 0
sylvannt., June 20, 1
['To obtain a
call for "advertise.
pay two cants for
Barry Miss Fanny
Blase Mrs Sarah
Brown Wm T
Bowers Miss R E
Crider Miss Anna
Davis Mrs Patsey
Thee Barbara A
Dotson Mrs Ellen
Dice George Sr
FACTS! FACTS!'! FACTS!!!
E. D. REID
having jest returned from the Eastern cities,
is now opening a large and general .
City Cured Hams and Dried Beef,
Prime No. 1 and 2 Shore Mackerel, •,
barrekhalf-barrels, quarters and kits.
- Havre-de•Grace. Smoked and Salt Herring
Pickled Shad (without bones)-
Canned Fruits and Jellies,
Bannanas, Pine Apples,
Raisins and Nuts,
• And last, but not lent, the largest and
beet assortment of
out of the city of Plillailelßhla•
of all-the improved patent patterns. Also,
CORILSEALED GLASS AND STONE JARS,
. besides one thousand flue hundred articles
not above named, and ab of
which will be sold nt a email advance, at the Family
Grocery on the SoutA-east earner of Main and:
Wasidn,gtoa arms, Chamberstrarg.
Cash paid for Gunnel Produce.
InnFek E. D. REID
0. 110 abertiMments.
A -DS'IINIStRATOIt'S -"NOTICE.-NO
-13 tice is hereby given that Letters of Administration,
on the Estate offdaryLangheine, late of Cliambersburg,
deed, have been raided to the 'undersigned. ; - •• •
All persons knowing themselves indebted to said-Estate
will please make immediate payment; and those Laving
Claims present them properly authenticated for settlement.
juneol HENRY LANGLCEINE, Adm'r.
A ITDITOR'S NOTICE.— "otice is hero
-11 by given to the creditors of Pet r Gray, ate of the
borough of Chambersburg, deed. that the ace° nt of Dr.
J. L Suesseratt and H. Gehr, Adm . istrators f the Es
tate of said decedent, has been confir ed by th Orphans'
Court of Franklin county, and that t e crude 'geed has
been appointed by sold Court to distribute the ance on
said account to and among the persons entitled by law - to
receive the same. The Auditor willattend to the duties
of Into aPladatmeat at bis othce, on,- Wednesday the I.2th. of
Ark next at 10 o'clock, A. kL
june'2l-4t GEO. W. BREWER, Auditor.
'POR SALE.—A valuable FARM of 130
ACRE S of excellent LIMESTONE LAIC D, 30
Acres of which are in good TIMBER, situated I of a - mile
from the Welsh Run Post Office, Franklin county, ha.,
and about 7 miles from the Franklin Railroad, in a high
state of cultivatlon, with A No.l improvements, consisting
of a new double two-story STONE ROUSE, 50x60 ;
a good new Stone and Frame Barn. 47x80 ft. Also, an
excellent Well of Water and two large Cisterns, which
hold from -75 to 100 hogsheads of water. Thera is alsd a
fine young Apple and Peach Orchard. lee Rouse, &c.. 1 It
is also very near shops of all kiwis and mill,s, which makes
a good market for grain. Title paid and clear of all in
cumbmnees. Possession given immediately. Apply to
the owner, on the premises.
junefil-tf Dr. JOHN S. ANGLE.
liral 05tate *alto.
FARM FOR SALE.—the ~ subscriber
offers at Private Sale, the Farm on which he vow
resides, in St. Thomas township, about one mile frout
Crider's Church, between the Pittsburg Pike and the Old
Loudon Road. It contains 144 ACRES OF GOOD
SLATE LAND, in good condition a part of it...lately
limed, and all under good fence, The improvements
consist of a first•tate two-stoned BRICK HOUSE, a tip
top Bank Barn—part stone and part frame; a well of nev•
er.l'ailing water near the dwelling. and an elegant OR
CHARD of grafted Fruit near the house. The buildings
are all in excellent condition. There is a spring at the
barn for watering steels. About 12.5 'acres of the above
Farm Is cleared. the - balance Timber land.
. . -
4.-jr" Persons wishing to purchase, will please call on
the undersigned, who will take pleasure in showing the
farm junel4.6t MARTEN C. CRIDER.
PUBLIC SALE OF VALUABLE
TIMBER LAND.—The undersigned will offer at
Public Sale, on Friday, the day of June; A. D., 1864,
at 10 o'clock, on the Farm formerly owned by James and
Catharine Beatty. deed, in Antrim township, about on
and a half miles from Marion Railroad station, on
Franklin Railroad, and about one mile from Brown ' s Mil ,
adjoining the lands of Hassler, John Grove and Michael
Deal, formerly Grove, Sr., THIRTY-ONE ACRES of
LIMESTONE LAND. heavily covered with choice TIM
BER. consisting of Walnut, Oak, Hickory, Ash, and Ede
cost, which will be divided into four lots of abcut Seven.
Acres each and one lot of four Acres.- Terms made
known on tbe nay of Rile. -
junel4dt D. 0. GERM
e 1 Altai.
B A_LTIMO • LOCK-HOSPITAL.-Dl.
JOHNSTON, the founder of this Celebrated Institu.
lion, offers the most certain, speedy-, and only effectual
remedy in the world for Gleets, Structures, Seminal
Weakness, Pain in tbs Loins, Constitutional Debility,
linpotence, Weakness of the Back and Limits, Affection
of the Kidneys, Palpitation of the Heart, Dyspepsia, Ner
vous Irritability, -Diseases of the Head Throat, time or
skin; and all those serious and melancholy disordeta aris
ing from the destructive habits of Youth, which destroy
both body and mind. These secret and solitary- practices
are more fatal to their victims than the song of the Syrens
to the mariner Llyssus, blighting,their moot brilliant
hopes or anticipations, rendermgniarriage, Sc., impossible.
Young Men especially, who have become the victim - of
Solitary Vice, that &earn] and destructive habit which and
annually sweeps to nn untimely grave thousands of young
men of the matt exalted talent and brilliant intellect, who
might otherwise have entranced listening Senates with the
thunders of eloquence, or waked to eastaey the living lyre;
may call with fall confidence.
Married persons, or youngmen contemplating 'multiage
being aware of physical weakness.organic debility, defer
mikes, should immediately consult Dr. Johnston.
He who places himself under the care of Dr. Johnston
may religiously confide in his honor as a gentleman, and
confidently rely upon his skill as a physician.
ORGANIC WEAKNESS IMMEDIATELY CURED
AND FULL VIGOR RESTORED.
This disease is the penalty mostfrequently paid by those
who hara become the - victims of improper indulgences.
Young persons nre too apt to comnfit excesses from not
being aware of the dreadful consequences that may ensue.
Now, who that rmderstands the subject will pretend todeny
that the power of Procreation is lost sooner by those falling
into improper habit than by the prudent. Besidesbeingdes,
prived of the pleasure of healthy offspring, and the most
senou.tand destructive sympathy to mind and body arise.
The system becomes deranged. the physical and Mental
powers weakened, nervous debility, dyspepsia, palpitation
of the heart. indigestion, a wasting of the fivwe, cough,
syndouns of consumption.
01,Are No. 7, South Fravick &rest,
sevi=ii shore frLni Baltimore street, East side, up tile saps.
Be particular in observing the name and number, or yen
A CURE WAIiIIANTED IN TWO DAYS.
No Merrory or Vrtuiteous Drugs.
DR. JOHNSTON, 31emberf of the Moral College to
Surgeons, London. graduate from one of the most eminent
Colleges of the Culled States, and the greater part of
whose life has been spent in the hospitals of London,
Paris, Philadelphia and elsewhere. has effeeted some of
the most astonishing cures that were , ever Isle.wn. Many
troubled with ringing in the head and ears when asleep,
great nervousness, being alarmed at sudden sounds., and
bashfulness - , with frequent blushing, attended sometimes
with derangement of mind, were cured intruadintely.
A CERTAIN DISEASE!
When the miegnidssl and imprudent votary of pleasure
And helms imbibed the need of this painful disease, a too of
ten happens that an 111-timed sense at shame, or dread of dis
covery, deters him from applying to thaw who from educa
tion and respectability can alone befriend him, delayingtill
the constitutionalsymptorns of this burr' LI disease make their
appearance, such as alcemled sure throat. diseased nose,
nocturnal pains in the head and limbs dimness of sight,
deafness, nobs on the chin, bones and arms. Mobiles ou the
head. face and extremities. progre sing with trightful en
pidity, till at last the palate of-the mouth or the bones of
the hose fall ,u and the victim of this awhil disease bes
comes a horrid thin t of eurumisseration, till death puts a
period to his dreadful sufferings, by sending him to "that
biairne from whence 110 trundler returns.'"l; o such, there
fore, Dr. Johnston pledges himself to preserve the most
inviolable secrecy; and from his extensive practice in the
first Hospitals of Europe and America, he dm confidently
recommend a safe and speedy cure to the unfortunate vie.
tim of this horrid disease.
It is a melancholy fact that thousands fall victims to
this horrid disease owing to the noskillfulnm of ignorant
pretenders who by use of that dreadful poison, Bleanry,
ruin the constitution and either send the Unfortunate to
an untimely grave, or make the residue of life miserable.
Dr. Jf addresses those who have injured thene:elvs by"
private and improper indulgences.
These are some of the sad and melancholy effects pro
duced by early habits of youth, viz:—Weakness of the
Each and Limps, Pains in the Bead Dimness of Sight,
Loss of 31useTtar Power, Palpitation of the Heart lays
pepsin. Nervous Irritability. Derangement of the Diges
tive Functions, General Debility, Symptoms of COVISIIIIII,-
31E-WALLY, the fearful effects on-the mind are much to
be dreaded; lo,f, of Membry, contb4on of Ideas. Depre
sum of Spirits, Evil Forebodin,.., As e,ion to Society.
Self-Distrnstt Love of Stilitudet , Tituality, &c., are some
of the evil effects.
Thousands of persons of all ages can now judge .: what
is the cause of their declining health, 'loosing their vigor
becoming weak, pale, have smkular appeamnce about the
eyes, cough; and symptoms of Consumption.
Dr. JOHNSTON'S INVIGORATING REMEDY
FOR ORGANIC WEAKNESS.
By this great and important remedy, Speakers orthe
Organs is speedily eared, andfull vigor restored.
Thousands of the most nervous and dehilitited, who
had loiit all hope. have been immediately relieved, All
impediments to Starriatte. Yhv iral or Mental Disqualifi
cation. :Nervous Irritability, Trembling. Weakne.s or Ex
haustion of the most fearful kind, speedily eared by Dr.
who have injured themsel, ht a certain practice. indul
ged in It hen alone--a hoist frequently learned from evh
companions, or at ~.ehool, the effects are nightly felt, even
when asleep, and if not cured render marriage impossible..
and destroys both mindluad holy, should apply immediately
What a pity that a Young man, the hope of his countri,
the darling of his parents should be snatched from all'
prospect , and enjoyments of life, by the consequence of
deviating from the pub of nature, and indulging in a cer
tain secret habit. Stu hpersons, before contemplating
should relleet that a sound mind and body are the moque
reesary requi inw to promote connubial happinasS. Indeed,
without - these, the journey through lifo becomes a weary
pilgrimage, the prospect hourly darkens to the view; tire
mind becomes shadowed with despair, and filled with the
melancholy reflection, that the happiness of another he,
comes bliohted with our own, •
V. SOCT.II YItLDEItIOIi f.sTRE• I7I '
Roberts Miss Eliza
Snead Charles H 3
Slaver MIN MaryE
Stitt Miss Eliz'h
Stull Jno B
TO STRANGEPS.—The many thousands cured at this
Institution in the last fifteen years; and the numerous im
portant cortical Operations performed by Dr..!.. n itnessed
by the refewters of the papefs, and many other Fe-rions,
motives nt n Icicle hate appeared again and again before
the public, is a suf f icient guarantee to the afflicted.
13. Theronre sit many ignorant nod worthless quacks
advertising themselves as Physielaos. ruining the health
of the already afffieted, Dr. Jobn.srun decent it necessary
to ray to those unacquainted With his reputation, that has
Diplomas hang in hisofflco.
Ta-KE NOTICE.—AIt letters must be iss:t paid. and
contain a postage stamp for the reply. or no hnswer will
be beat. (mar 16.1 y.
Thompson Miss M
Vance Miss Men•
Walker Arnold 11
TEAM SAW MILL.—The undersign
ed have erected and in . operation a Steam Sat AIM
at the South Mountain. near Grairenburg Spnags, and Me.
prepared to saw to order Bills, of WIMP. OAK, YINL,
HEMLOCK or any kind of -timber desired, at the short
est notice and at low rates, One of the firm a ill be at the
lintel of Sam'i Greenawalt, in Glunbersburg. on Satur
day the Nth inst. and on each alternate S.iturday thereM
teifer the purpose of contracting for the deal cry' of lute.
her. LUMBER DELIVERED. at any point at the LOW'
EST EXTEB, All letters should he addressed to them at
Graireakirg P. 0., Adams Co.. Pa.
deeLt:ly MILTENBERGER Sr BEADY.
Mr Small lids of Lumber, Shingles, &e., from our
mills can be procured at any time at
W. F. }ESTER
3larket Street. Chattersbarg.
MO DYSPEPTIC,.—Having been
ted for a number of year, with Dyspepsia, I mu
advised to try DR. wisii.kicr S MEDICINE for Abut
disease. I derived great benefit and Moran:wended irre
quite a Slumber of my friends and who were also much
benehtted by it, and whose testimonials can be had lfneo•
easel. I have been appointed by Dr, Wishart as agent
for the Sale, of his Medicine, whole:Weer retail.
W. U. REED,
nm•9A Repordtery ntfloww Chamtwnbnrsrl'n•
SMIMXO,O OO -" " '
authorifrof Secretary lit the Treasury, the en•
derkigned; the Gfaeria Subscription Agent forge n 4! of
United States Securities; offers in The plibffelhelhird se•
ries of Treaettrr Not bearing seven 'and tbree-ienths
per interest per i anlaua, know as the
These notes are lamed 'ander data of.lnly 15; 1865, and
are-payable three Tea l s from that-date in enireney,M are
convertible at the option of the holder into
U. S. Sal SIX PER CENT.
GOLD BEARING BONDS
These Bonds are now worth a handsome premium, and
ere exempt, as are all the Government Bonds,fross Moir,
Comp, and Municipal taxation, 'aid, adds from one to
dine per cent: per annum to arir twine, according to the
rate levied npon other propertyy. The interest is payable
semi•annaally by coupons attached to each note, which
may be ent off and sold to any bank or banker.
,Trtz INTEREST AT 7.3() PER CENT. AMOUNTS TO
0N.6 Ch'i't rra 11AI ON ss°
Notes of all the denominations tamed will be pmminly
furnished uponseceipt of subscriptionS.
The Notes of this Third Series are -preeetely similar in
form and privileges to the Seven-Thirties already sold,
except that the Gm 4 ernment reserves in itself the option
of paying interest in' gold coin at 6 per cent. instead of
3-10ths in currency. SUlwcribers will deduct the'inter
est in currency up to July 13th, at the time - When they
The delivery of the notes of this third serielkof the Sev
en.thirties will commence on the lat of dune, and krill be
nude promptly and continuously after that date..
The slight changentade in the conditions of Ilia THIRD
SERIES afrocts only the matter of interegt.' Thepaymeut
in gold, if made, , will be Nnivalent to the etureney inter
est of the higher rata.
The return to specie payments, hi the event of which
only - tall the option to pay interest in Geld be availed of,
would so reduce and equalize prices that purchases made
with six percent. in gold would be fully equal to those
made with seven and ,three-tenths per cent. in currency.
THE ONLY LOAN DI MARKET
Now offeredby the Government, and itssnperior advanta
gea make it iho
GREAT. POPULAR LOAN' • OF THE PEOPLE.
Less than $230,000, 000 of the Loan authorized by Con
gress are now on the Market. This amount, at the rate at
which it is being absorbed, .will all be subscribed for
within singy days when the notes will undoubtedly emu-
mind. a preminm, as luAs nnifoinily been the Case on eke
ing the subscriptions to other Loans.
In order that citizens of every town and section of the
country may be afforded facilities for taking the loan, the
National Banks, State Banks, and Private Bankers
throughout the country have generally agreed to receive
subscriptions at par. Subsensbers will select their own
agents, in whom they have confidence, and who only are
to be responsible for the delivery of the notes for which
Subscription Agent, Philadelphia.
Sttbseziptions will be received by the NATIONAL RANK
NOTICE TO ALL DELINQUENT
Corporations organized under any law of the Slide
Notice to hereby given to all companies ineofiXiinted by
or under nay law of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
and orgauized at any time prior to the first Monday of No
vember, 1864, that have failed to make report to the Au
ditor General under the Act approved April 21, 18.38, and
the Act approved April 30, 1864. that they are required
to report to the Auditor General forthwith, as follows, Nil:
In case a dividend has been declared. the Treasurer
will report, under oath, the amount of capital paid in, the
date, amount, - and rate per cent. of each dividend during
the year ending the first Monday of November, 1864 and
any previons year 08 years 113 Whitt the Cortiptmy may
have had an existence; and in case no dividend has been
ceelaed during the year or 'years ending as aforeaid,
then an appraisement of the cash value of the capital stock,
as it existed-between the first and fifteenth liars of No
vember, must be made by the President, or Treasurer,
and a majority of the Directors, under oath. When an ap
praisement is made the report should also state at what
time the Company was organized.
In addition to the above report, under the ticket April
21, 1858, companies not paying a tax on tonnage are re
quired to make a separate report, under oath onto Treas
urer, of the amount of net earnings or income received
during the period from April 30, to November 1, 1864, in
accordance wills the second section or the act approved
April 30, 1864.
Companies incorporated by other States, and , "doing
business in this Commonwealth," are notified that they are
made subject to the tax on net earnings or income under
the second section of the act of April 30, 1064, and are re
quirel to report to the Auditor-General the amount of
such net earnings orincome received between the 30th of
April and the Ist of November, 1664.
All delinquent Companies incorporated by or under any
law of the State of Pennsylvania t% ill be afforded a rea
sontiblit time in which to make the several reports requir
ed by law, and above enumerated ; but continued neglect
or refusal will subject theta to thrteitare of charter, under
the second proviso of the second section of the net of April
30, 1864, which is in the following words
" Provided further, That any corporation Which has
toiled to notice returns to the Commonwealth, as required
by the actor April 21, A, D. 1838, entitled; An act for
the better securing to the Commonwealth the payment of
taxes due by incorporated companies, may make such re
turn within sixty days after the passage of this act, say
'law to the contrary notwithstanding; and all delinquent
companies . failing or refusing to make full 'returns - and
payment to the State as required by the general laws of
this Commonwealth in relation thereto. shall have all their
rights and privileenr, declared forfeited by proclamation
from the Governor.
17.1r..}VV1114..E, State Treasurer.
Harrisburg, Maylo, 180: tatay244st.
'TREASURY DEVARTMENT; OFFICE
OF COMPTROLLER OF VIE CURRENCY, Washilegton,
WHEREAS, By satisfactory evidence presented to the
undersigned, ithaz been made to appear that TIIE FIRST
NATIONAL BANK OF GREENCASTLE, in the
County of Franklin and State of Pennsylvania. has been
duly organized underand according to the requirements of
the act of Congress, entitled "An Act to provide a Nation
al Currency, secured by a pledge of United States Bonds :
and to provide for the circulation and redemption thereof;'
approved June Id, l&4, and has complied with all the
provisi.,os of said act required to be complied with, before
commencing the business of Banking tinder said act,
Now therefore, 1, Freenuin Clarke, Comptroller of the
Currency, do hereby certify that The First National Bask
of Grwaicastle, in the Borough of Greencastle, in the
County of Franklin, and Shan of Pennsylvania. is author
ised to commence the busin es s of Banking under the act
In testimony whereof, witness my hand and .i.ent of older.
(iit.',tL.j this 28th 'day of Apri1,.1865.
No. 1081. imay3.lotl Ctimptroller of the Cerretiey
..17.1 FLACK respectfully request all persona knowing
themcebzea i n datted to them by notes or book accounts to
mill and make Immediate settlement. The - necessity . of
this notice is apparent to every - one, and we hope those in•
debted will report at once. aug34-tf
'NOTICE.—AII persons indebted to. the
bubsrriber by note or book account, will please pay
without delay to John Downey. Fayetteville.
Fayetteville:June 14th, 1665-1 m
Venzional litopertp *atm.
yHoncE—SALE OF ARMY MULES.
11 --Ql:ARTElpttslEli GENERALS OEFICg. WASFILNG-
TaN, D. C.. May 28. 196.).
MANY THOUSANDS OF MULES are being disposed
of at public sale, at Washington.
The tales will conbnuc until the number of animal's is
reduced iu proportion to the reduction of the armies, now
going on rapidly.
. There are in the armies of the Potomac, of tbe,Tennes
see, and of Georgia, probably FOUR THOUSAND OF
THE FINEST SLT-MI/LE tEetblS LITHE WORLD.
hinny of them Were bought in the beginning of the war:
as young mules, accompanied the armies in all their mar
ches and camps, and are thoroughly broken, hardened by
exemise. gentle and familiar, from being so lenglirroun
ded by the soldiers.
The whole South is stripped of farming stock, and the
No Hi also has suffered from the drain of animals, taken to
supply the armies.
These animals are sold at pu bge auction; THEY
WILL NOT BRING ANYTHING LIRE THEIR
TRUE VALUE : and web opportunities for Ihrmers to get
working animals to stuck them hums, and for drovers anti
dealers in stock to make Boo,' speculations, by purchasing
them and'disposing of them in the South. will never csicur
St. C. BEIGS,
June? 9t (ernin.
Quarterrnnsfer General, Brevet Major Gen.
OR SALE.—A full course Scholarship
lathe Quaker City Business College of Pliiledelphle.
A ..1 tall& offlee. feeP7-
DROPOSALS.—SeaIed - Propoqals will
- AL be received by the IlurobrrOlni APSOCLATION rm.
iii ie o'clock on Saturday, July Ist, IMS, ,r erecting and
completing, according to the plans tatilwecifications,
THREFATORY BRICK BUILDING, on the lot Jately
owned by the Franklin Hall Association. The planssind
speclfications can be seen at tbo REMATORT office on
and utter Monday the HIM of Jane. Persons bidding for
the work must give bonds in the sum of ten thousand dot
qars, with good sureties, for tha faithful fulfillment:of the
contract. The building must bov,,,mplefed througouttr
occupation on or before Hurlst of hinuary,4B6&
A. IL AVOLIIRE,