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Ural Got Ate *al6.
TWO FARMS AT PUBLIC SALE.
The undersigned, Executor of William Christ,
deo'd,- will offer at Public Sale. on the premises, on Fri
day, the Pith day of October, 186.5. the following desirable
Rear Estate, to wit A TRACT OF SLATE LAND,
situated In Antrim township, lying between the St. TM-an
as Road and the Road leading_to Nave's Saw Mill—about
two and a-ball miles from 'Greencastle., two and n-half
mile. from Stitzels Mill, :not two miles from Rankin's
Mill, containing tel ACRES, Finny Acre<uf whirl, are
well Timbered; a large portion Meadow, and the balance
iu Si dotal state of ruin, ation. The improveilleuts are a
Two.Stornst LOG 110PSE, Log Barn, and other Out -
'Buildings. There Is a Well of good Water at the D wel
-1 ing, and good running Water from Springs through the
Farm for watering stock. There is, also, a ming Or
chard of choice Fruit 'frees inn the premise:.
Sale to commence at: orlon]., P. 31. n ben the
terms will 1 , ,,e made burden.. _
- Also—there nill be offered, on Saturday. Ortnberith.
200 ACRES OF SLATE LAND, sirunte in 31ontgont ;
wry township, on Dun's Gap RAgul, about seven miles frets
31ereerdnirg. adjoining lands of Jacob Marlin and others.
Fifty Acres of the above Tract are In 'timber; a large
part in good 3feadow, and the balance in a high state of
cultivaiion. The improvements are a large. two•btoried
WEATHERBOARDED HOUSE, Log Burn, and oth
er Out Buildings. There is an excellent Spring of Water
near the Dwellnig, and a large Orchard of choice Fruit
Tn•es on the ;trent toes. such as Apple, Peach, Pear,
Alumb; Cherry, Ac. This Farm is well adapted, and ad
vantages-fusty. loCated for raising Stock, Ac. , Licking
Creek runs through this Farm, and has on it, belonging
to the Estate, s-good SAW MILL. •
Le- Sale to commence at 1 o'clock, P. 31. when the
terms will be 'wade known.
sepl3-4t ' GEORGE S. CRIST, Ex'r.
EXECUTOWS SALE OF REAL ES
TATS.—In pc:nuance of the last will and testament
of Daniel Conrad. lute of Peters township, Franklin come
ty, Pa, there ,will be exposed td Public Sale, on the pre
oases, on Saturday. October 7t4, 1855, all o'clock. P. M.,
the following property, to wit : 'The FARM of said dece
dent, lylnKalong the Cove Gap , Road. I mile trom Cove
Gap. adjoining lands of-Wm. Wolforil and Geo. Cromer
on the west, David Unger's heirs on the north, and others
on the east, containing In ACRES, with the allowance.
of Sand and Clay lancL Abbut 141,1 acres are cleared and
in a pretty good state of cultivntion; 18 acres in 3leadow.
and more Meadow Land can be made: the residue cohered
with valuable Timber. The improvement consist of .a
good two-storied Log and Weatherboard DWELLING
HOUSE and Kitchen; Smoke Moose and Granary, with
Cellar under it, in the yard near the Dwelling; a good
Frame Barn, and all necessary out-buildings: a good Cis
tern; and a Well of Water convenient to the house. There
is also on the premises a fine-young APPLE ORCHARD,
of choice trees, with a sariety of other Fruits, such as
Plain, Pear, Cherry, &c. A tine large stream of water
runs through the farm, to which particular notice is called.
The stream passes through the barn-yard, making it eon
vencentfor watering stock. A lane extends through the
farm connecting wal: all the fields.
The above farm will be divided to suit purehasers, if
not Sold in a holy. If not sold on said day, it IN ill be I .1-
fered for tent. Perp.ons wishing to view the property can
do so by calling on the premises.
.sepl DANIEL CONRAD, Executor.
PUBLIC SALE OF REAL ESTATE.
The andersigned. Executors of the Jast will aad tea
iament of Remy Brewer, late of Warren township. dee'd,
will offer at Public Sale, on or near the premixes. on Sa
torday, the 30th day of September,' letri. the following de
seribml Real Estate, to wit:
"'so. L The MANSION FARM. adjoining lands of Ja
rob Myers, Jonathan Yeakle and , Samuel Furry, contain
ing 95 ACRES and 95 PERCHES, with a WEATHER
BOARDED DWELLING HOUSE, Frame Beni and
other improvements thereon erected. -
No. 2. A tract or messuage of LAND. adjoiniesr lands
of Fred% Fritz,: Itrephr Phonic"r and others, eoutalnlns.
221iACRES and 13 PERCHES, with a two story STONE
DWELLING HOUSE, Bank Rant and other improve
No. 3. A tract or messuage of LAUD. adjoining lands
of Samnelaimmerman. Solomon 'Cook, John H. Thomas
and John Zimmerman, containing 111 ACRES and 40
PERCHES, with a LOG DWELLING HOUSE Log
Barn and other improvements thereon erected.
No. 4. A tract of MOUNTAIN LAND, adjoining lands
of Denton Brewer, Joseph Phenolic and the mountain sup.
yep. containing 8:1 ACRES and 130 PERCHES.
The above deserthed property is well supplied with good
hater, and well Timbered, with a reasonable number of
Fruit Trees on the same.
Sale to commence at too o'clock, A. M.. on Faid.,,doy
is ben tering will be made known by •
SIMON BitEWER, Ex , rs
VALUABLE FARM AT ORPHANS'
eGURT SALE,—By virtue of nu Order issuing out
of the Orphans' Court of Franklin County. there will be
exposed at Public Sale on Saturday, the '3l.lth day of Sep
tember, 1865, otgthe premises, the following Real Estate,
viz : - •
The MA. ON FARM...late the property of Jas. Law
son, deed, si Ire in Montgomery township, containing 4313
Acres and 71 Perches, neat meashre, with a large and
comfortable DWELLING HOUSE, a gas! Barn and
other necessary improvements thereoh erected; two hun.
tired and eighty Acres of wi n ch arc good Farm Land.
part Limestone and part Slate ; the balance is set with
thriving Chestnut, Poplar, Hickory, and Oak Timber.—
Thhre,is also a valuable Meadow belonging to the Farm :
and two never-failing Springs of water near the Dwelling
Muse, with running water in every field. Also, a thri
ving Young Orchard. of Good Fiutt. 'Lim Farm is con
venient to Stores, Mills anti Churches. and will be sold in
whole or separate tracts to suit the purchaser. Any one
wishing to :Mil the prope.ty can do so by applying. to the
undersigned or to the .Messrs. Lawson on the premises.
Also, A tract of TLMBER LAND. situate on the Clay.
Lick, well covered with Pine. Chestnut and Rock Oak
Timber, containing 33 Acres and 113 Perches, neat meas
Sale to commence at IL' o'elcok, on said day when the
terfts will be made known. WILLIAM BOYD, •
Atim'r de bunie non with the will Annexed of James
LUIT6OII, dee'd. septi.ts
TWO FARMS FOR SALE.—The sub:
scriber offers at Plivate Sale, the following valuable
Real Property, to wit; A TRACT OF LAND, situate
in ILaMilton township, on the Warm Spring Road. about
IF miles from Chamberslinrg, containing :MO ACRES,
more or less, of good Gravel Land, adjoining lands ofJohn
Martin, George Fisher and Christian Bauer. The im
provements are a two-storied BRICK HOUSE, Brick aura
Frame Bank Barn, Wagon Shed and Corn Crib. Carriage
House and other out-buildings. There is a Well of gad
Water at the Dwelling and Cisternsat Baru and House.
About Cl or 30 Acres of the above tract is well set with
thriving young TIMBER. There is a large young OR-'
CHARD on the premises, now In full hearing. A large
Garden'adjoins the House, and contains lell Dwarf Pear
'frees, , 36 Dwarf Apple Trees, and 45 line bearing (choice
variety,) ('r rape Vines. There is also a Tenant House,
Stable, Blacksmith Shop, Lime Kiln, Draw Kiln. ere , on
Also—About 14 ACRES OF MOUNTAIN LAND. sit
unite in St. Thomas township„ about miles from St. -
Thomus, well set with young Chestnut.
If the above properties are not sold previous to the gill',
day of October, they will on that day be offered at Public.
Sale, on the premises, at 1 o'clock, P. 31.
Persons disposed to view the above premises, will be
, hewn the same, by calling on John N. Snider or 'Michael
Hutt, residing near the first named tract.
JOAN N. SNIDER,
JACOB E. BUTT.
SHENANDOAH VALLEY LARDS !!
REAL ESTATE AGENCY AT HARRISONBURG, VA
TO WA' AND COUNTRY PROPERTIES FOR SALE.
We have now for sale very desirable Farms, located in
the mantles of Augusta, Rockingham, Shenandoah, Page,
Pendleton and Hardy.
The Farms cfintam from 40 to 000 Acres. and we are
privileged to sub•slivide Urge tracts of land.if desired by
Many of the_Farms are within an easy drive of the
county Walt In which they are located, thereby seettring
an early market.
The improvements are generally good. and on the farms
are springs and running screams of a Ater, as welt us pl en ty
Of the very best timber.
If Is sufficient rerommendation for these lands to say
that they lie in the very heart of the Shenandoah Valley,
which bias a worldwide 'reputation for fertility of soil and
beauty of scenery.' -
nr For description of properties and terms, apply rtr
address us at our office, in Harrisonburg. Rockingham
County, Va. DulfZFe3mi J. D. ERICE , .3c, CO.
PUBLIC SALE.—The subscriber in
tending to quit farming, will offer for sale, on Thurs
day, the 26th day of October, at 10 o'clock, on the premises,
his FARM in Antrim township, Franklin Co.. Va., 21 ,
miles North of Brown's Mill and 2 miles east of Marion
Station, on the Franklin Rail Road, the public road from
St. Thomas to Waynesboro passing through said farm and
bounded by lands of Andrew, Davison, Daniel Grove,
Sarah B. Beatty and James Davison, contalnig gbont 205
ACRES of the best quality of LIMESTONE LAND,
about 55 Acres of which fs prime TIMBER, the balance
is in a good eats of cultivatidn. There has been put up
lately 1000 panels Best and Rail Fence. There is a large
quantity of Locust timber growing on said farm, a good
part of which is note ready far use. The improvements
Are , a large STONE HOUSE., large Bank Barn. Corn
Crib, Wagon _Shea, Carriage House. Smoke House,
Spring "Muse, &c., and an ORCHARD of grafted fruit.
A hirther description is unnecessary, as any person upon
examination will find this One of the best located and val.
sable farmain the county. Terms made known on the
• demons wishing to view said farm' will please call on
the nnetermigitedi reading on the'premisegh
•q•p9.o • • • 'n"- C. M'ENIGOT.
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BY M' CLURE & STONER.
Ural Ostate *alp.
TWO VALUABLE FARMS FOR
SALE.—The undersigned will offer M Public Sale,
on the premises, on Thursday, the 19th of October. 1865,
the following Real Estate to wit About 160 ACRES of
good Lime Stone and Slate Land, situated in Peters town
ship, about 4 miles from Greencastle and 2 miles from Up
ton, adjoining lands ofJno Coffee. Patton and others. The
improvements are n two-stored STONE HOUSE, Swiss
Barn, Wagon Shed, Corn Crib, Wash House and other
out-buildings. This farm has been well limed and is in a
high state of cultivation. There is also an ORCHARD
of good Fruit on the premises and a Well of never failing
Water at the dwelling. This tenet is also well set with
good thriving Timber.
Also—On the same day will be offered at Public Sale,
on the pr emisis, the following Real Estate, to wit : About
261 ACRES of Freestone and Slate. Land, - situated in Pe
ters township• adjoining lands of Jno. Coffee, Pat - Masud
others, and about one mile from the : firsidescribed land.
The improvements are a W E AT, 11 ER BO ARD E
HOUSE, Stone Bank Barn, (partly new) Wagon Shed,
Corn Crib, and Other out-buildings. The Conococheague
Creek runs through the farm, and has the most desirable
MILL SITE in the county. There is alto a Well of
good Water at the house. This farm is well Timbered
and in a &mid state of cultivation.
Sale toZommenee at the first described property'at 1 o'•
clock, when the terms will be_mode known.
sep2.o.-It • PETER BROUGIL
p U B LI C SALE OF A VALUABLE
FARM !—The undersigned will offer at Public Sale,
on the premises, 01/ Tuesday, the 10th of October, 1055, the
following Real estate, viz: A TRACT OF LAND, sit
uate in Montgomery township. Franklin county, Penna.,
about two miles from Welsh Run, one-half mile frorri Up
ton. one mile from Frantz's Mill, and one-half mile from
Martin's Still, adjoining lands of Benj. and Christian 31,
ere. Boyd and others. containing 144 ACRES and SS
PERCILES, about 50 acres of which are limestone, and
54 acres of Black Slate land, the balapce Timber Land,
part of which is well covered with locust, ready for posts.
'lke entire farm is well fenced and under good cultiva
tion. The improvements are a good LOG IWELLIEG
with Kitchen and Cellar, Side House, Wash House. Log
llarn. Wagon Shed. Stable, and other out-buildings.—
There is a well of never falling water at the house.' also
a well for watering Stock running most of the year as a
spring. There is also running water through the farm.—
Tlrere is also on the premises an ORCHARD of choice
fruit, such as Apples, Peaches, Pears, Cherries. Quinces,
Cc. This is one of the best Wheat-Growing Farms in the
county, and is convenient to market by public roads to
Greencastle and 31ercersburg, six miles Ism the tanner,
ant ..,011 from the latter place. Will be sold at the same
time and place 200 LOCUST POSTS, 300 Shingles, a
lot of Stakes, Ac.
Sale to commence at 10 o'clock. Terms will be
made reasonable. [sep2.o-3t] DAVID STASIY.
puBLIc SALE.—WiII be offered at
Public Sale, on the premises, on Thursday, the sth
day of October, 1815, at I 0 o'clock, A. M., the following
desirable Real Estate, viz A TRACT OF LAND, sit
uate in Montgomery township, Franklin county, Pa.,
within two and a.half miles of Mereersburg, undone
fourth of a mile from the Pike leading to Greencastle,
bounded by lands_of Dr. J. W. Mister, Noah Myers and
others, containing 110 ACRES and fits. PERCHES. The
above Farm is in a high state of cultivation, and has there
on over five hundred pannelsof goal Postond-Rail Fence.
The Improvements are a good BRICK HOUSE. with a
good Log Kitchen and Dining room attached; a 'good
double Log Barn, shedded all round, with two Floors;
Brick Granary; Carriage House; Wagon Shed; Smoke
House, Sic. There is also, on the' premises, a well of
never-failing Water, with Pump in it, near the Dwelling;
running Water convenient for stock, and a good thriving
Orchard of grafted Fruit. A small portion of said Farm
is in good Timber. There is a good Water Power and
Mill Seat on said premises. Also, about 17 Acres of good
TIMBER LAND, about one-fourth of a tulip from said
Farm, which will be sold with or without' the above, to
Persons wishing to view the premises, previous to
sale, can do so by calling on the undersigned, residing
thereon. 'JAMES WITIIERSPOON,
E'z'or of John Witherspoon, deed.
A DJOURNED PUBLIC SALE OF
1 1 REAL F,STATE.—In pursuance of an order of
the Court 'of Common Pleas of Franklin county, I will sell,
on the premises, i 9 Letterkenny township, Franklin coon:
lv, on Saturday. .412 e 311th day of &member, 1863, 'the
FARB owned b 3, John Slichter and Abraham Salim,
dee'd, containing Two Hundred and Forty.Nane Acres
and One Hundred and Fifteen Perrhes. This land is in
good order. and has on it a good DWELLING HOUSE.
a good Barn, and other convenient anat necessary out
buildings. Then: is a large mid nes er.faihng Spnng of
excellent Water between the - Mow and the Barn. This
property is a most desirable one.. and the title imlis'pnla
A small Dower interest; due to the Midlow of
Abraham Salim. deed, will remain in the Farm. The
balance or the Purchase Money gill be paid as follows
$l,OOO on the day of sale, and the remainder on the Ist of
April, 1066, when possession and a Deed will be given the
purchaser. To persons wishing to invest money in laud,
this is a desirable chance.
Persons wishing to view the property previous to the
day of sale. will be accommodated bi- calling Al John
Slichtrr, at bk residence, or on Susanruth Salm, on the
r..ar Sale to comtneuce at 1 o'clock, P. M.
High Sheriff of Franklin County. Pa
MOUNTAIN LAND AND HOUSE
AND LOT AT PUBLIC LALE.—By virtue ef_
an order of the Orphans court of Franklin county, the un
dersigned, Administrators of theestate ofJohn Miller, late
of St. Thomas township, des 'd, will offer at Public Sale,
on Saturday, the 7th day of October, at the Public House
of J. R. TANKERSLY, inthevillage ofSt. Thomas, A LOT
OF GROUND situate in said oitlage. on Main Street, be
ing*Go feet front on said greet and mining back - Iwo hun
dred and ninety-two feet, having thereon erected a Two
storied STONE DWELLING, with Frame Back Bnild
ing and Log Stable, all in good repair. This property is
now in the occupancy; of Dr. Jobnn 31. Van Tries. Also
Shares of stock in the St. Thomas Hay Scales. Sale
of this property at 10 o'clock, A. 31.
Also—At 1 o'clock, on said day - . at the Public House
of JotiN in said township, a'r R ACT OF
MOUNTAIN LAND, centainingfk ACRES more or less
adjoining lands of Daniel Trostle, Adam Strock, Wilson s
heirs and others, well covered with GOOD TIMBER.—
Also—another TRACT OF 31012NTAIN LAND in Pe
ters township, containingl7 ACRES and 11 PERCHES,
adjoining lands of C. Irons er, John Beiver'skeirs, Peter
Stmger, Esq.. and Lowe and Burkholder. This tract i.
n ell .et in excellent YOUNG CHESTNUT TIMBER
nod is easy of access. The terms will be made known on
the slay of sale. CATHARINE MILLER. Admex.
sept9-3t PATRICK MeGARV EY, .Adrn't
TWO FARMS AT PUBLIC SALE=
The undersigned, Adnimbtrator with the n - ill an
nexed of John Spstzer, dee'd. will offer at Public. Sale.
on the premi‘eA, on Fnday, the 29th of September, letZ,
the following Real Estate ot said deed, consisting.of TWO
FARMS. situated in Dublin township, Huntingdon coun
ty, P., one-half mile East of Burnt Cabins;
Tract No. 1, contains 179 ACRES of Land in good state
ofcultivation. Abinit 35 Acres is well TIMBERED.—
The Improvements are a DOUBLE LOG DWELLING
HOUSE. Log Barn, Large Frame Stable and Corn Crrhs,
Wash House, Spring House and never failing spring nea
the door, 'and an Apple Orchard.
Tract NO. 2, ad jr ming the above. containing oneahun
dredtwenty ACRES of Land, in good state of cultivation.
About 25 Acres is well TIMBERED. The improi ements
are a FRAME DWELLING DOUSE, Frame Barn,
Spring of Water near Dwelling, anti an Apple Orchard.
The above properties will be sold seperately or to
gether, to snit purchasers.
The above Farms lie within one mile of the late vorvey.
or the Southern Penna. Railroad.
Ponseebion given on the first day of April next.
Sale at one O ' clovk P. Me Terms made known at Sale.
JratlES CREE, Administrator
sepl3-3t] with the will annexed of John Spitzer, deg tl.
'VALUABLE F ARM AT PRIVATE
SALE.—The undersigned offers at Private Sale,
his FARM, situated in Lurgan township, Franklin roan
ty, Pa.. adjoining lands of John E. and John M'Clay,
DanialClippinger, Joseph Mowers. and others, near the
Contsloguinett creek, and about 5 miles front Sluppeni,
burg- containing 268 ACRES of good SLATE LAND,
well limed. 70 acres of this tract is well TIMBERED,
0.5 acres in MEADOW and the balance in a high state of
cultivation, all in excellent order and well fenced. The
above Farm will be equally dbiided and sold separately.
The Improvements on the cue tract are a two storied log
WEATHERBOArRDED HOUSE, new Bank Barn 7:2
feet long. wagon shed andall other necessary' and cont en.
wiSt out-buildings. There is a Well of never failing Wa
ter at the door.-, There is a good TENANT HOUSE on
the Second tract with a well of Water convenient to the
House. and all necessary out-buildings There is an Or
chard of choice fruit on both of the above tracts.
Persons swishing to view - the Fann can du so by calling
on the subscriber, living in Hamilton township, or on Jo)on
31'Clay, adjoining the Farm.
If the above Farm Is not sold by Private Sale, on or
before rhtirsday, the sth day of (Maher, It will un that
ilaY be offered at Public Sale, at 1 o'idoek. P. M. If not
.uld on that day, it will be -Vented, Plismssion given on
the lid April, 1068 ,[sepl3.3l] .If lIX ZOOK.
lARM AT PUBLIC SALE.—the
designed-VIII tell at Public Outcry, on the premises,
on Wednesday, the 4th of October next, a TRACT OF
LAND, situated in Guilford township, Franklin minty,
adjoining lands of Thaddeus Stevens, Henry George and
others, containing about'l4'J ACRES. There are user 100
Acres cleared and in good farming order, most of it clear
ed within the last 7 ;'ears. A email portion of it is Lime
stone Laud, the balance Saud Stone. The Improvements
are a good two-storied BRICK DWELLING HOUSE,
good Frame Bank Barn, Wagon Shed with 2 Coro Cribs,
Carriage House and all necessary out buildings. There
are TWO YOUNG ORCHARDS of good Fruit on the
place, and a well of excellent, never-failing Water near
the House, LI good Cistern at the House, and also one near
the barn. There are about 30 Acres of excellent PINE
TIMBER LAND on the place, among the beet Timber to
_be found in the connty, and there is good IRON ORE on
a considerable portion of the farm. Possession will be gi
ven on the let of April next, or as soon as sold if desired.
Sale to commence at 1 o'clock on said day, when the
terms will be made known by
JAMES 31. RENFREW.
VALUABLE FARM AT PUBLIC
SALE —The undersigned will offer at Public Sale,
on the premises, on Thursday, the 12dt day of October,
/663, 01 ono F. M., when the terms will be made known,
their FARM, situate on the road leading from Chambers
burg to Brough'a Mill, about one mile, from the former
place, __containing tiJNE MINORCO- AND SIXTY
ACRES, about twit-thirds of the very beet quality of
Limestone lend, the balance Tumbling Stone and Slate.
The improvements consist of a good two story BRICK
HOUSE, a very large Stone and Brick Bank Barn, near
ly new, Wagon Shed, Corn Crib. and till necessary out •
buildings, a Well of excellent Water and Cistern at the
door, and an ORCHARD of choice Fruit in good beaskg
Also—at the same time e place, 0111 he offered A
TRACT OF TIMBER LAND, situate in Hamilton
township, opposite Walk's Mill, containing about FIF•
Persons wishing to view the premises can do 50 by Call
ing,on Peter Brindle, residing therein, or either of the}un
uersigned. SAMUEL GREENAWALT,
crpl3.st 11. Id. WHITE,
Ural Q?state ,Saleo.
REA_L ESTATE AT PUBLIC SALE:
—Will be offered at. Public Sale, on the premises,
on To day, the Met of Ortoher next, a TRACT of LAND
situate in Antrim tomiship. Franklin Co • Penna., two
miles South of Greencastle, on the Williamsport and
Greencastle turnpike, adjoining lands of John Shimk,
Charles Fanner, Jacob Shank and others, containing 200
ACRES, more ur lens, ThCre arc about 1511 Acres Millis
land Limestone of the bast quality, under cultivation, the
balance State land and it, Timber, The Improvements
are a 1.01; and WEATITERBOARDED 'HOUSE and
Stone Kitchen, a Log Barn and other nbeessaryjmprove.
inents. A gomLpRCHARD of choice Fruit on the prem
ises, two Streams of Running Wider through said Farm.—
This land would snit well to divide, as the turnpike di
vides it nearly egnally. If this Farm Is not sold on said
day itwill then be rented for one year from tlie first day
of April next. Conditions made known on day of Sale
and possession and n good title will be given by the Heirs
on the let day of April. lisGti. Any person wishing to
view said farm will call on John Loughlin, four miles
North of Greencastle, or on T. M. Pawling living uu the
premises. set f.,0
PU BLIC SALE ..—The undersigned,
Executor of Charles Hock. der d, trill sell at Pub
lic Sale, on the premises, on Friday. the Tito', day of Sep.
tember. 1265, a valuable tract of MOUNTAIN LAND,
situated in Quincy township, near the village of Tomstown.
The tract has been recently surveyed and laid of into 13
LOTS, which contain from tiro to six Acres each. Eight
of the lots are TIMBER LAND, well set with young
Chestnut, Pineand Oak, easy of access. A good road
passes through the entire.tract, On one of the lots there is
fine Building Lot. surrounded with new post fence, and
within 200 yards of the celebrated Henry Rock Spring.
Five of the lots are Farming lands, ina good state.ktf cul
tivation, having been recently limed, and surrounded with
substantial stone and post and rail truce, all of which are
new and in good order.
The above described property will be sold without re•
sort e. Drafts of each lot Will be exhibited on day of sale.
Persons wishing to view either of the lots will be shown
the same by calling on the subscriber at Snow Hill Mills.
Sale to commence at 10 o'clock on said day, when the
terms (which will be easy) will be made known,
sep2o.ts WII. FLEAG LE, Ex'r.
ADESIRABLEIFAII3I - FOR SALE.-
Will be sold by Public Out-cry, en the 30th of‘Sep.
amber ne.,•„ TWO HUNDRED AND SEVENTEEN
ACRESi of Gravel and Slate land, situate in Hamilton
township, Franklin county, Perna, at 5 miles South.
West of Chambersbarg. This farm is Well Watered, bay
ing Water in every field and well calculated for raising
stock. The improvements are a LOG LOUSE, (Weath
erboarded,) Log Barn, Wagon Shed, large Hay Shed,
Spring House, Smoke House and Wash House, with a
Well of never fitiling Water at the door. On another part
-of the farm there is a Log House, part Weatherboarded,
and Log Barn and Wagon Shed. This tract of land is
all inn good state of cultivation and all under good fence.
Back Creek runs through the farm, where improved
Flood Fences are put up. There is also twenty-five acres
of TIMBER, and also a good Tenant House. There is
upon the farm-150 FRUIT TREES, 'just commencing to
bear. It is well suited to divide into two farms. This
farm joins lands of John Miller, David Gipe, John Grove,
Jacob Picking and others, and will be sold without re
serve. Persons wishing to purchase will please call and
view the premises. [atur2) JOHN SARVER.
TRUSTEE'S SALE.—The tmdersigned
Trustee.- appointed by the Orphans' Court of _the
County of Franklin. Hill sell at Public Sale, on Satufday,
the9.rat day of October nest, the following described Real
Estate of Christian Royer, fate of Antrim township, deed,:
situate on the Chambersburg and Greencastle road. about
one mile and a half from Greencastle, containing FIFTY.
FOUR ACRES and EIGHTY-ONE PERCHES, 'neat
measure. bounded by lands of A. Flemming, Jno. Sias
seeker, Jacob Grove and others, having thereon erected a
good BRICK DWELLING, a Bank Barn, Spring house,
with a Well of good Water near the door. a good Hog-
Pen, all , new and in excellent repair. There is also on
the premises a YOUNG ORCHARD bearing choice fruit
The property is in good repair, in a title state of cultiva
tion and near market, making it a s ery desirable prop
,i'eraone wishing to,niow the property can do so by call
mg on the undersigned, living adjoining the farm.
Sale tp.commence on Mid day at one o'clock, when at
tendance will be gis en and the terms make known, by '
sepl3 CHRISTLAR ROYER. Trustee..
VALUABLE FARM.—By order of the
Orphans' Court of Franklin County, Pa., will hesold
at Public Sale, on the premtses. on Wednezday. the 4th of
.October, 1865. the FARM belonging to the Estate of Nan
cy' K. Carson, deed, situated two miles South-West of
Mercersburg. containing 137 ACRES of first-rate Land,
adjoining lands of Atlam . k.M. Hoke nod others. On the
premises are a never - failing Stream of Water, Bank Barn,
STONE ROUSE, Wagon Shed and Corn Crib. Also, a
first-rate Apple Orchard. More than one-half of the Fen
cing is Locust Post and Chestnut Rail.
Also, at the same time and place, TWO TRACTS OF
TIMBER LAND, 17 ACRES and 153 ACRES, within
two and three miles of the farm.
Terms,,ne prescribed by the Court: One-half oa the
tint day of April, 18136, and the balance in three equal an
nual payments, with irderet.t.
Sale to commence at 1 o'clock, P
Persons Rl•hing to view the premises can call on the
tenant or James 0. Carson, of Mercer4burz.
septl3-4t. THOMAS CARSO.N, Aam*r.
pUBLIC SALE.—The subscribers will
1 offer' , at Public Sole, on the 12th day of October. 1565,
a VALUABLE FARM. salmis , in montgomery township,
Franklin county, onemilo South of Welbbo(tin Store,
containing 124 ACRES OF LIMESTONE LAND. about
15 Acres of 4which is covered with Thriring Timbsr, the
remainder is in a good state of cultivation, and has on it
many fine Locust Trees. The improvements are a NEW
BRICK DWELLING HOUSE AND NEW BANK .
BARN, and all other neeessiuy out-buildings. A never
failing Well of Water near the door: a good Orchard of
Choice Fruit Trees.
At the same time and place, will be sold a TRACT OF
TDII3ER LAND, containing 21 acres of Good. Timber,
situate about 1 miles from the above farm.
l'en4ons Wishing to view the above properties can do so
by calling on George Young, residing on the farm.
Sale to commence rril o'clock, I'. 31, on said day, when.
terms will be mode known by
JOHN H. 3rDowELL Cliambetsbnrg.
sepilp.ts J. WATSON CRAIG. Shippensburg.
A LLE N G 0
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
Have for sale same CHOICE LANDS in Augusta, Rock
bndge, Fauquier and Athermarle counties, Va. There
are live or six FARMS in-Augusta. averaging about 200
Acres each. with gissl improvements, a very valuable
farm-of about 9130 Acres within three miles of Lexington,
in Roablidge enmity. well improved; about 3,500 -Acres
of the finest Grass andybeat Lam! in Fauquler county,
on the Manassas flap Railroad,' which will be divided into
farms to cult purchasers; the celebrated BLENHEIM ils.'S•
TATE, in Albermarle county, rontaiging about rill° Acres,
NN ith improvements of the best kind, and a large tract of
land abounding with Iron Ore and well Timbered on the
Central Railroad, in Augusta county, with a Furnace
thereon, now in full operation, and other lands eveeeding
ly desirable. Entire peace and perfect order exist in the
counties in which these lands lie. Address
sepal-6t' ALLEN & CO., Staunton, Va.
11ARM AT PUBLIC SA L be
ofTgred at Public Sale, on the premises, on Thursday
the :ith tray of October. 1865, at 10 o'clocl, A. M., the fol
lowing desirable Real Estate, viz: A FARM, situate in
Montgomery township, Franklin cunnty, Pa., about three
miles from Merceniburg, on the road leading to the Corner,
bounded by . lands of Damel Miller, Abram and Noah My•
writ. containing 125 ACRES OF SLATE LAND, nearly
all of which has been fresh Limed, and on a hieh there is
about live hundred pannels of good Post-and-Rail Fence..
The Improvements are, a good LOU DWELLING
ROUSE; good Log aria Frame shetbled Barn ; Wagon
shed and Corn Crib, a well of never-fulling Water to the
yard. and a finn'young Orchard of choice Fruit. About
twenty acres of the abtne tract is excellent TIMBER.
:rit Person!, wishing to view tin premises, 'devious to
sale. can do so by calling on the unders.gried, residing
about onedburth of a mile from them.
aug 19, 1e65.18
WOOLEN FACTORY AND REAL
ESTATE FOR SALE.—The undersigned offers
at Private Sale the property Hell known as GOOD'S
WOOLEN FACTORY. situated in Green township,
Franklin county, Pa., one mite north of Fayetteville, on
'MO Cold Spring Run. a never failing stream, with null
lent head and fall for driving ati3 kind of machinery.—
The Factory is a two Stoned Frame Building, with a set
Of Carding Maellint,, Fulling Mill. 2 Power Looms, Spin.
nog Machine Mid every thing necessary fur the basinesi.
'I here is Ms.; a Coloring House convenient to the factory.
A150—.74.4 ACRES of LAND, 20 Acres of which is under
fence, the balance is well set with young chestnut timber.
The linprovenients are a two Storied ROUGHCAST
DWEIsLING, neat the factory, 2 Tumult Houses, Wagon
Shed= Stable and other out buildings.
• The Factory is well known and has at present a. good
run of custom. For further particulars apply to or ail.
dress MICHAEL GOOD, Fayette, itte, P. 0.
GuuU FMIORY, Aug. 21.3 m
TRUSTEES' SAL);.—There will be ex
-1 posed to sale, by way of public outcry, on Thoreday,
B.ptrniber 2Pth, on the premises, the following deomlbed
Real Estate, situate in Quincy ton [lshii., Franklin county,
containing-IGO ACRES and allowance adjoining Le
vi Sanders, Robert Milvaney and Samuel Ilear, about 120
Acres of v, Well are clear and 12 Acres good Meadow—all
fenced and undergood cultivation . There is a good two.
story STONE DIV ELLI 'IG HOUSE, Stone Spring
- House: Stone Barn and other buildings thereon erected.
The Lund is Limestone, and lies 3 miles North of Waynes
boro, on the road leading to Chamberoburg. Little Antic.
bun flews through the tract, and the cattle have ecce‘a to
hater from every field but one.
TERMS:—One-half of the purchase money to be paid
lot April, 1060, balance in two equal ennead payments,
bearinginterest from lot April, ISlfiG.
aug23 DANIEL MYERS.
p EAL ESTATE AT PUBLIC SALE.-
_Liu—The undersigned will oiler at Piddle Sale, on the
premsies, on Friday, lhe:rith day of Sqtrothrs, 1865, the
following Real Dilate,- to wit: about 41 ACRES of exeei
lent LIMESTONE LAND, situated in Guilford tow n•
nidp, at New Franlilin, adjoining ileirs of Jon. Renfrew,
Phares and Jno. Duffield, and *therm, The improve
minas are a two-storied LOG HOUSE, IN - iitherbourtied
Kitchen, 1.00 BAILS, in gout' repair, and other nec
essary out-buildings. Their - is also u variety of FRUIT
TREES On the premises and a cistern at the house, arid
one at the Barn for watering stock. This is the most
productive land in Frtinkim rowdy, and is only offered
for sale on account of the owner Ming in the West.
Sale to commence at I o'clock, when the term.i will be
made known. [serail -al ELIZABETH MIL.
PUBLIC SALE.—By order of the Court
-Common Fleas, the utidersigned, Comtnittee of Jo
cob Bowermaster, wilt otter of Fablie Sale, at I o'clock,
nn Thursday, the 1201 day of October, Ins, the follon ing
de-berthed Real Estate, vie.: a LOT OF GROUND, sib'.
ate In Park stroe, in the borough of liferecrsiturg, Frank
lin county, Pa., having thereon erected a good BRICK
DWELLING ROUSE and other improvements.
Terms made known on day of salo.
Aell2o LYDIAN 8. CLARKE, Connutttea.
CHAMBERSBURG, PA,, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER z 5, 1565.,
VALUABLE" MILL PROPERTY AT
PRIVATE SlALE.—Theundemigned, agent for the
heirs of Matthew McKee, deo'd, offers at Pnvate Sale,
the " 'WOODSTOCK MILLS," situated in Green town
ship, Franklin county, Pa. - The property contains about
17 ACRES of land, base. two ,tort' Stone and Weather
boarded GRIST NlLt. SAW MILD, an excellent two
story BRICK 110 L SE, two story Weath.erboarded House,
Miller's House and other improvements thereon erected.
The Mill is in good - repair. The water power one of the
best on the creek.
Pos , esbion given immediately. Terms easy.
sePl3.tf • JOHN B. ORR, Agent for Heir's.
EAL ESTATE AT PUBLIC SALE.
JAl—Ttrre andersigned will oiler at Public Sale. on the
premises, on the 7th day of October, 1877, the
following Real Eztate. viz : about ACRES of excel
lent Slate Land. situated in Hamilton township, cue mile
from Chnmbershurg, to the Strasburg Road. The
provemeut are a LOG 1101:SE, Log Barn and other out
buildings. There is a well at good water at the house and
choice Fruit ou the premise, This Ls a desirable trat of
land, being highly improve:tom:l well fenced..
Sale at 1 o'clock, when the terms will be made known.
nepla-B. - JIESRV FAURE:L.
ORS... e AI :„flrs E e a
.---T .l. ajjttertber intending to Jle
cute Sale his I:linable 31ILL PROPERTY, situate in
Southompitin_ township,. Franklin county, Pa., one mile
east of UrnMotu and four miles \\ - rat of Shippensburg,
comprising 54 ACRES of land, with a Stone and Frame
GRIST running two pair of Burrs, a new SAW
MILL. a new too storied. BRICK DWELLING and oth
er neiteasary buildings thereon erected. Persons desiring
to purchase will plea,o , call on the undersigned. resitting
on the property. lang9.-31111 JACOB METE.
PUBLIC SALE.—By virtue of au order
of the Orphans Court 01 Franklin county, the under.
signed will offer at Public Sale, on Saturday, the J4th dry
of October nrrt, on the premises, a valuable RALF LOT
OF GROUND, situate on the south side of East Market
street and between Main anti Second streets, in the ho.
rough of Chambeniburg, containing feet in front and
2i6 feet in depth, late the property ofJohn Joidnn, de.
cease Sale to commence at 10 o'clock, A. -M., when
terms will be intuie known.
sep2o-4t W. S. FLETCIIFR, Trustee.
TWO FARMS FOR SALE.—The sub
scriber offerint 'Private Sale TWO FARMS and a
LOT OF 310UNTALN LAND. Personsdisposed to pur-
chase will please call on the undersigned, residing on the
Mansion Tract, on the Baltimore turnpike; one mile East
of Fayetteville. jcuieill ; tf • JOHN CI BIGLIAM.
REGISTER'S NOTICE—AII bersons in
termded will: please take notice, that the follow tog
Accountant; hfive tiled their Accounts in the Itezisterle
Office of Franhlin County , Ind that - the same will be pre
seated to the Orphan.' I hurt for confirmation, on Tac,day,
the 3d day of (mobcr, ICe5, in Chambemburg :
144. The fleet. of W. W. Britton and John It. Wel-a,
Adm'rs D. B. N. U. T. A. of Jacob Keasy. late of Letter
kenny top., deed.
14,ti The met ,f.f.di Adams. Adner of John Gilbert,
late of Washincton top., deed.
l ltl. Firq and final neet.'of Benj. F. Nead, Guardian of
Samuel G. Croft. minor child of Rupley G.,Croft, late of
147. The wet. of Thornak Pawling. Guardian of Mary
C. 3lrtehell minor child of Geo. Mitchell, of Antrim to-p.
1-17 i. rival Acct.- of Wm. Allison, Atinir. of Jame.
sin, late of A ntrini - towaship,
sep6 IL STItICKLER, Register.
THE UNDERSIGNED,AUDITOR AP
pointed by the Orphan:: Court a Franklin county,
tedihtrihnte Me balance in the hands ei Joseph S. Stotler, ji
Executor of Michael Stoller, late of liVayneidatai, &cid ;
and to determine whether the quire of David S. Stoner,.
one of the legatees, now deeete.ed, shall he paid to his
heirs or creditors, hereby gives notice that he w ill attend to
thedlitn, of his appounment at hi: office, in rinunheri:."
burg, en ,Saturday , the 11t4 day of October nest, beta and
- witereoll persons interested are invited to attend.
`sepV3.3t. GEO. EYsTER, Auditor.
tice is hereby given that Letters dministration
on the Estate of John Shirts. late of Mercersburg, deed.
lave been grant& to the undenigned.
All persons knowing, tbeinseh es indebted to said Estate
will please snake imniedinte payment ; and these having
claims present them properly authenticated for bettlement.
CATHARINE SHIRTS, A dra'rx.
an3o JOHN RITCHEY. Adner.
A DMISTII-kTORS' NOTlCE.—No
,tinee is hereby given that Letters of Administration,
on the Es - tite of Adam Mumert, late of Peters township,
dee'd, have been granted to the undersigned.
Allpersons knotting themselves indebted to said Estate
will please make immediate payment and those haring
claims presentt hem preperly authenticated for settlement.
- WILLIAM MUM mu,
angIfiSAMUEL 3rrAtEirr, Adzo'rs.
tire im hereby IZIN en that Letteri of Adminigtranon
on the Estate of J 1101.513 Stewart, late of Antnm toe ez.Lep,
dee'd, have been granted to the
All penums knowing themselve.mdekted to said Estate
will please make immediate payment, and tho,e having
elainis present them properly anthentiruted for settlement.
aug3U•at MARY ANN ISTEWART, AdMrs. ,
tice is hereby gives that Letters of Administration
on the Estate of Jolangton J. Campbell, late of Pannett
township, deed, have been granted to the underogned.
Al] persons knowing themselves indebted to sad Estate
will please make immediate payment; and those having
chums present theta properly authentic:MA for settlement.
sepia A. W..CAMPI3ELI. Ailm'r.
NOTId E.— -Notice is
herein- given that Letters Te , tarnentary to the Estate
of George Shepley, late of Mercersbarg, Ilea d. have_ been
granted to the undersigned.
All perscats UTIONVinif themselves indebted to slid Estate
will please make irainethate payment; and the:ne having
claims present them properly authenticated tbr settlement.
ELIZABETH SH EI'LEII,
XECUTORS' N 01' 1 C E.—Notice is
_LI hereby given that Letters Te-tamentary to the Estate
01 Dr. Samuel D. Ctilberson, ha, of Chamber,burg,
deed. have been granted to the undersigned.
All persons knock mg themselves nulebted to said Estate
will please make lirunedlate payment, and those having
claims present them properly authentlented (or settlement.
sep6 'I% B. KENNEDY.
OTJCE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
H. if ARBAUGH, D. D., and where, have made
applies - Onto for the incorporation of the "Trustees of the
3tercershurAcColleze " and that the charter loth bele
ed the next term unie.s ohj,tion be made bet , our
Court of Common Ple.o. By order of the Court
S. T A YLOR,
NTOTICE.—Iinn away from the sub
scriber, an apprentice
. boy 11a111141 7.uuu BINGA•
SION, aged 15 3 e . aN
All per' are forbidden to harbor hint, or trust him on
my account, 1 trill pay no debts by his , outractma. A
reward of five scull trill be raid for his return. '
5ep211.30 - FREDERICK 11. DECK.
OTlCE.—Whereas my wife Mary Eliz
abeth (ileeson bus left my to l and board without
just caul., I hereby caution all per.ous from harboring or
trusting her on my account, atn 1 niil pay no debts of
her contracting. f JOHN GLEESt
Veroottat proprrtv Salm.
G OITER N-11 EN T MULES
AT AUCTION LN
ft I:barn/no, Banarr. No 112 ti face Strre t.
MU MULES -
Will be sold rarh Wednesday and Salllrdall thron E hont
thr month of Srptrmber,eouneneing at 10 o'clock, A. 3!.,
TAtac .11.01” arc nersnly all first class, and nr groat con
dition, being sold only for Want of oar.
Every fluidity nil! be afforded. tar 41u examination. on
the part of 1.1) ars.
Terms Cant, in Government Funds.
ALBERT S. ASHMEAD,
aug3o.7d Capt. - and A. Q.:11..
LOOK HERE.—Thu BOOK ANN) PE
RIODICAL STORE at OREENCASTLE,
whirl. Is doin g a good Inwrions, at offered for sale. For
jaly 32.tf FErfERTIOFF & ATHERTON.
10 0 SHARES BANK STOCK FOR
- SALE —One handl,' shares of th,earatil
Stock of ill. , NATIONAL BANK of 11l I.INIIIERSBUIIt
for sale, to lots to molt pureha,r, Apply nt.tlto Rcpt
0111,.., augt::l tf
TJAY P It.E S S E S.=-Three Hand Hay
Preßses; in good order, for Sale cheap.
july 11-tt I IIEO A. DEITY:, olorsharm;, Pa.
Hagendown herald copy 2t, charge Itert..drour."
111 Bushels best PLASTER
-1) 1 1.), ER'S lIA 111, ol TEN CENTS per lebet,
for •afe by SHOEMAKER A. SENTMAN,
,Fepl3.fit. Roxbury-, Frunklin County. Pu.
FOlt SALE.—A full coarse Sclielaxsliip
in the Qnaker City , Ilusinogs College of P 141.0,10141
Apply at this attire. 11301,7-
50 PER MONTH.—Agents wan
• • to in every County and State, to sell the
BARTLETT S'Ewtta; M.tritlAL, price $.2.5, fully licensed
under Intents of Howe Wheeler & Wilson, Grover &
Baker, and Singer & Co. We a di pay a monthly
and eXPl'llSell, or allow a large commission on tales. For
particulars, illustrated catatogne,"territory, &e., (Inf lime a
stamp and address PAGE BROTHERS, not Agents for
States, `...21" Summit et., Toledo, Ohio. antrlttlio
WANTE D.—Ageuts, MALE - or VE
MALE to introduee the best aellitur 520.00
FAMILY. SEWING MACIIINE
iu the world. All complete—Reimer, Self Sewer, Bin
der, Baster, Tooker, &e., &e. We let geeed went, pay
for the machines after they tell them: For particulars,
address or call on LATHROP & Co.,
sep6,3m No. 142 South 6th St.. MIN., Pa.
POETICAL TRIBUTES TO THE - 3ILMORY OF
ABRAIIAM. - LINCOLN: 1 vol.. viii mo pp. 306.
J. B. LrercccOrr (.Co., Philadelphia; S. S. S2r.POCS,
The death of Abraham Lincoln, so sudden, so
tragic, so appalling, just when , the Nation had
reached the 1411' fruition of his wise Statesman
ship, his calm counsels, and his unfaltering fidel
east , the deepest gloom over the people of this
countryihat has ever been their lot ito endure.
Just Nit4n partizan malice had bout silenced:
when all bowed - to,the purity, the pattiotism and
the singleness of Purpose which had characterized
our Chief Ruler through all the trials, the dis
couragements and the harrowing cares 'Unposed
upon him by the death-struggle of treason and
slavery, the assassin, nerved and directed by the
same murderous spirit that made countless thou
sands mourn by wanton war, consummated his
fiendish work and the beloved Adm. of thirty
millions of people was dead. He died regretted
not merely as our lawful President, but as the
great Savior, the of the Na
tion and even thbse who, in the heat of political
conflict, maligned and misrepresented him, min
gled their tears and shicerest sorrows with his
mest'faithful friends fat' his untimely end.
Eulogy has been exhausted to find fitting tri
butes to the inethory: of Abraham Lincoln, and
every civilized nation of the world has contributed
its testimonials to the virtues of our sainted Pres
ident. -In England, where h(3, was the theme of
habitual ridicule frimi the time o,c his nomination
in 1861 until his death, the samd journals which
persistently belittled him while living, hastened to
revere his memory wheat dead. Once the stupid
buffoon; the silly jester; the third-rate lawyer;
the bungling statesman; now he is enshrined as
the great Apostle of Freedom, and as wiser than
his day and generation in all the subtleties of di
plomacy and statesmanship. Not only in the
heavy editorials of the European dailies, but in
their happiest verse; have the virtues of Abraham
Lincoln been preserved fo future generations;
and it was a pleailint task, and will be accepted
by a generous people mitt most acceptable offer
ing, to combine in volume the many poetical
tributes the wort& has given to the memory of
Mr. Lincoln. The voluine has been most exquis
itely gotten up by the publishers. The paper is of
the finest quality, beautifully tinted, and the typo
graphy is faultless. In the introduction they Very
properly say that "both for the gratification of
those who have mingled their tears over the re
mains of the illustriods dead, and as an evidence
to future generations of how wise and great and
'good we thought him, the• volume is now put
fOrth." I Especially will the volume be prized by
the toady devoted friend; of Mr. Lincoln—those
who, through icil and good report, in sunshine
and in storm, hilvi4ory and in disaster, adhered
to hint with faith , in his unspotted pa
triotitm and tireleSs devotion to Justice and
—We cannot pretend in our limited space to
do justice to the cohtents of the work before us
by selections; but we must find rosin for a few
of the many gems to be found in it. TheToluthe
fitly opens with Win. Cullen Bryant's ofreiing to
the memory of the martyred chieftain, which is
fully IN orthy of the venerable poet's futile. We
give it entire:-
0, slow - to ;quite and %wilt to spare.
Gentle and Infireifal and Just;
Who, in the fear'of God. diust bear
T , ll. • sit ord a rower —a nat too tru.t.
lip sorrow.. by thy hier we stand,
Ica& the awe that hushes all,
ASid speaik the anguish of a hind -
That shook with horror at thy fall
Thy task is done—the bond are free;
We bear thee to an honored goose,
__Wbese noblest monument shall
The 'broken fetters of the slave.
Pure was thy, life; its bloody close
Huth placed thee withjhe sons of light,
Among the noble host of those
Who perished in the cause of right.
B. F. Taylor, famed as one of the most graphic
and eloqu s 6ut delineatOrs of our sanguinary battles
in his letters from the field to the press, contributes
verses whieh for fondling pathos and the true
eloquence of puetry, are rarely equa ' lled. We
copy tno verses:
There's a burden of and on the breezes of spring,
And a seog of regret from the bird on its wing
There's a pall on the sunshine and over the &tiers, .
And a shadow of graves on these spirits of uur4;
Fur a star hulls gone out from the night of our sky,
Ou w hose brightness we gazed as the war cloud rolled by ;
So tranquil and steady and clear were its beaus,
That tiny fell like a vision of pence on our dreams. -
Vet the tears of a tuition full ovei thedead,
Such tears as a notion before never shed,
l'or our cherished one fell by a dastardly hand,
A martyr-ti truth and the cause of the land; -
And a seirr has surged lake the waves to he shore
When the breath °litho tempest is sweeping them o'er
And the heads of tge 'efty and lowly have bowed,
As the shaft of the lightning sped out from the cloud.
The London Punch! was one of the most mali
cious of Mr. LineOM'srevilers. In its cartoons
as well a, in its text, he was made to appear as
destitute of any of ' the great qualities of a ruler;
but after his death one of the most impressive i and .
just tributes 'to his character appeared in that
journal. We copy a few verses':
Ye:, he bad lived to 'Shatne me from my sneer—, -
To lame my pencil, and confute my pen— -
'Co hmko me own thls kind of prints peer,
This rail-splitter a true-born king of men.
My Judgment-4 had learnt to me,
Not in'g how to oceasion'a 'height he rose;
Mote hio quaint colt made homedruth Feely more true
Ilow, iron•like. his temper grew by
'low humble, yet 1101\ hopeful, he could be!
Moo in groat fortune and in ill the same!
Nor bitter in tineraitc, nor boastful be,
Thir.ty for gold, nor feverish for fame.
tie svent ahuilt Insmurk—such work as few
Es M- had laid on lined, nod heart, and bend
-2s he knew vipers tliee's a task toiA
Han's honeit is ill must Heaven's 104 g -race command
Who trio•ts the streharth will with the burden grow,
That Mal maim; bra rutnente to work hie will,.
If b u t that will.we can. arrive to itaiw,
Nor tamper with the weight., of gooil and ill.
Thu tdd world and the new, from sea to sea: ,
Utter one voice of sympathy and shame!
Sere heart, so stopped who it at last beat high
Sad 'eat short Jost as its tritunpn came.
A deed iiceuratl Strokes have been struek before
By the baud wheieof men doubt
If mare of horror or disgrace theyilaire ;
Hut thy l foul crime, like Cain's, stands darkly out.
Vile holul that brandest . tutinler on u,strife;
Whine[ its grounds, atootly and nobly striven;
And NN : lthi l t he mart T -r's craters eroameat a life,
With adtCh to praise, liti.)e to be forgiven.
A beautiful ,sonnet by E. C. Steadman was evi
dently written( while the heart was appaled by the
assassin's work, as its Vein of vengeance shows.
There aro few, in the agony of the - Nation's grief,
who did not respond to the sentiments of these
Forgive the In, for they know not ohat they dot
He eahh - anti so went ebriven to his fate—
Unknowing w ant, that seue . rous heart and tree
Even while le spoke, the slayer lay in nail,
And when the, morning opened 4eaien's gate,
There pang ed the whdeet soar a Nationlznew
VOL. 72.- NOLE 140. 3
Henceforth all thoughts of pardon are too late ;
They, In whoSeemise that arm its weapon drew,
Have murdered Aterey., Sow alone shall stand
Juet,lee,- With theword Muhtnithed she wore.
'nark, from the Eastern to the Western strand,
-_ The welling thunder of the peoples roar;
What words they murmur—Phi LRR NOTTEER HARD!
. SO LET IT SMITE, SyCIiIYEEDS SHALL OE NO MORE!
SPEECH OF HON. JOHN CESSNA.
Tref Union men of Philadelphia' held an int
-mense and enthusiastic ratification meeting in
National Hall, on Satuiday week, at -which _ad
drtlB were made by Wilson of Mass., Cessna,
SlcMichdel, Kelly, Moore, Pollock and Geti, Ow
'en. We copy Mr. Cessna's addtels, entire, as it
will be read with unusual interest' by the.loyal
men of this section. It grasps the great issues
now pressing upon the Nation with a masterly
boldneas and eloquence:
CITCN:S or Pitit-ADELPiu.A:—We are about
to organize Um first mass meeting of the politi
cal campaign of 1865 in the Keystone State. It
is right -and proper that this work should com
mence in the great metropolis of our common
wealth. - The city whose sons are among the first
to, respond to the call of their country, whose
means have contributed so largely for the last
four years to the saw of the Union. whose fires
of patriotism have constantly burned brightly
through the whole night of gloom and darkness,
and whose patriotic daughters have been ever
hastening to the field of battle, before the smoke
of the battle had passed away, to care for the
wounded arid alleviate the pangs of the dying,
may well be among
i the-first to declare her posi
tion on the great issues raised by the war and
now presented for adjustment by the American
/One year ago and the representatives of a great
political organizatition, in National Convention
assembled, pronounced the war for the preserva
tion of the Union a failure; and the papers,
speakers, and leaders of that organization, during
the entire campaign of 1864, _proclaimed that war
'could not restore the Union, that the re-election
of our-late lamented and patriotic President Abra
ham Lincoln, would protract the struggle, fill the
land with untold horrors, and finally overthrow
and destroy the republic of our fathers and rear
a great military dehpotism on its ruins. The
friends of the Government boldly and fearlessly
met the issues thus 'presented. The people, by
their verdict.at the polls, by a majority unprece
dented in the history of the republic, recorded
their will. The enemies of liberty in foreign
lands stood appalled at the result. The friends
of the Union everywhere took new courage.—
Rebels trembled, and the heart of the rebellion
grew sick and sank in the bosom of treason, and
the friends - of traitors in our own midst hid them
selves away, and many of them deny now that
they ever advocated the doctrines, or made the
prophecies which composed the entire burden of
their songs of IK,-1.
The war is now over. The promises and pled
ges of our friends, made in 164, have all been
kept and fulfilled. Those of our political adver
saries have all been dissipated, and proved hollow,
delusive and false. Thanks to the luffoism, cour
age and skill of American soldiers, sailors and of
ficers, and to the God of battles, our nation is
bared acid the good old republic of our fathers
still lines. Sweet peace has again spread her
gentle wings over our once happy and still belov
The sound - of trumpets, the roar of cannon, the
noise of musketry, the tread of armies, the victo
-rious cheers of our brave soldiers, and the sad'
and sickening groans of the wounded are no long
er heard throughout our borders. To-day our
nation stands forth more bright than ever before
as a beacon to the down-trodden and oppressed
throughout the world, as a terror to the tyrants
of the earth, as an asylum to the oppressed of all
nations, and as the wonder and admiration of the
lovers of Liberty everywhere. The issues>of the
coming political struggle in Pennsylvania are al
ready made up. The importune* eta properset ,
Bement and deteraduation of these issues cannot
be over estimated. The past history as well as
the present position of our State entitle and will
secure for her great weight in the settlenient of
all questions of national policy. The representa
tives of the political organization with which you
are supposed to sympathize declared as follows:
"The Union party of Pennsslvania, in State Con
vention assembled, declare: That as representa
tives of the loyal people of the Commonwealth we
reverently desire to offer our gratitude to Almigh
ty God, whose favor has vouchsafed victory c to the
national arms, enabled us to eradicate the crime
of slavery from our land, and to render treason
against the republic impossible forevermore; and
next to Him our thanks are due and are hereby
tendered to our brave-souldiers and sailors, who,
by their endurance, sacrifices, and illustrious he
roism, have secured to their, country peace, and to
the downtrodden everywhere an asylumn,of liber-'
ty : who have shown that the war for the restora
tion of the Union is not a failure, and whose valor
has proven, for all time, the fact that this govern
ment of the people, by the
,people, for the people,.
is as invincible in its strength as it is beneficent in
its opera I ion."
In contrast with the doctrine here stated, the
representatives of our political opponents, in con
vention recently assembled, have also presented
a platform of their principles. In substance and
- effect they have declared that " war existed as a
fact upon the advent of the successful party, in
'OA to the seat of power;" that " slaughter,
debt, and disgrace are the results of our late civil
war:" that -the assassins dirhur late President
were murdered by military commissions, and no
more murders of the kind - will be permitted,
whether it be the Andersonville butcher, the im
porter of loathsome diseases, or the great second
Lucifer who now chafes and foams in his cell at
- Fortress Monroe and who for so long a time has
beeti Weir beau ideal of a stern statesman and a
- ChriStian Gentleman. They add, in express
terms, that " the men and the party administer
ing the'rederal Government since 1861 hare be
trayed their trust, violated their sacred obliga
tions, disregarded the commands of the funda
mental law, corruptly squandered the public mon
ey, pervnted the whole government from its origi
nal purpose, and thereby have brought on untold
'calamities upon the country." The measures of
the Administration of Abraham Lincoln were
submitted to his countrymen-at the election of
ldt 1, for ratification or condemnation. It would
seem as if a decent respect for the opinions of
their fellow men might base prevented the folly
and malignity of die so-called Democratic con.
vention at Harrisbuits as exhibited in the adop
tion of their platform. It is perfectly manifest
that they have not accepted the results of the
war, nor are they prepared to bow to its decrees.
Again, fellow-citizens, they have forcedlmon you
these issues. It will be for you to decide by your
action in this campaign, whether the war just
closed shall produce substantial results, or wheth
all the blood and treasure of the nation have been
' expended and shed in vain. We intend to he
merciful, but our mercy must be tempered with
justice. We ask 'not, we wish not vengeance.
But indiscriminate mercy to the enemy is danger
and injustice to ourselves. -
Whenever and (wherever our-late adversaries
come in a true spirit of sorrow and repentance,
sheathe the Avord, and promise to obey the law
in the future, we will extend to them the right
hand of fellowship and forgive them for`the past.
Atter they shall have given us sufficient security
for the future time,- by a satisfactory-probation,
we will then—but not still then—restore them to
the enjoyment of all the inestimable rights and
high privileges which they so recently, so defi
antly, mud' so eauselessly trampled - under their
feet. For the defiant and unyielding rebel; for
Min who keeps his sword - still drawn, reeking
With the blood of our brothers; for him who re
fuses to accept and submit, in good faith, to the
results of the war; for all - those who glory in the
part they took in the rebellion; who still insist
that they were right and the nation wrong, we
.have confiscation and loss of citizenship ; and if,
in the end, nothing else will cure, we must have
banishment or the halter.
The money-spent, the lives lost, the cripples,-
the widowsand orphans made such by the war;
planned, commended and waged-by traitors. as
well as the security, safety and.future peace of
the nation, all require at least this much at 'our
hoods. They shall receive all that justice and
safety will perit us to grant. Our treatmentof
them shall be moulded and shaped by their ac
tions and conduct towards the nation. In all ea
ses where they adopt, adhere to, and carry out,
in good faith, the policy of reconstruction gener
ously offered them byPresident Johnson, we will
cordially welcome them as returning brothers in
to the great family. But if they come with ha
tted and hitternress, and only that they may the
better restore themselves to power so as to so-
"&.'nigitisse — oAryenia - ivegeacbisitiaiitrig
age Pent, which they Cniesi to secure,by the hoz.,
-ardofbattlei-'jestme td ouraelffs; duty - fif tiler
country ea to posteriff eetieire - that we ' Wall -
keep therein a position toprevent harm. By the
talor and of oar' bram &Mars; - and
by the help vouchsafed by that Providence which
has always Watched over and, protected-our na
we have peofed to the world that' the whole
host of rebels - in the South,-with the,aid of all
their foreign friends and Northern Symßathizerst
have been unable to resist the powerof our coun
try or anceessfuhrvie with her Atkuulei:t_aa thQ,
field of battle. By the help of the same brave
men, and with the blelaings of the same Provi
dence, we do not meats that their John lefosebys '
and Wade Hamptons shall be permitted to rule
the councils of the nation. Cur palitical adver
saries were the • first le' deinand for the rebels
belligerent rights 4 Our enemies:abroad united
in the demand. To. save the lives of- our• prison
ers, and from motives of humanity, we are obli
ged to yield to the demand. Now that the war is
over, these are the first men to demand that they
shall be released from all the liabilities and res
ponsibilities of belligerents: By the law of na
tions it has been long and well settled that in eve.
ry unjust war the victor may exact indemnity for
the past and security for the future.' `So mdythe
victor hold his adversary in the 'military
until he has
ted the restit, -- and until ffeettri-.
ty against f re danger shall have been ex
acted and obtain ed . It is to be expected- that
our political adversaries - will object. Yet who
but they can object that the widow and orphmins
of the land should be supported by the authors of
-the calamities? Who bid they will-object - that
the wounded soldier'who lost his ability to-sup
port and maintain himself shall behiffed and sup.
ported by the wickedness which brought the in
jury upon him? Who but they will object 'that
. the vast debt created by the work of treason shall
be at least partly paid and discharged,by' the trot
tors themselves 7
They a a nd
till us the innocent in the South, th e •
women and- children of the South will suffer.
They forget that such is the result in all wars, and -
never once think that the innocent and the,womea.
and children of the North suffer from the war of
treason. Yet these are the men who - arc hike
striving to secure the votes of the soldiers °from
sylvania. When volunteers were' eeded for the
army, they,were opposed to volunteering. Draft•
ing was the fair way—only Democrats woaldvol
unteer—in the draft all-would have a fair - chance.
When the draft came they were-violently-opposed
to the three hundred dollars commutation elanse.
That was - a discrimination against the po or man.
The rich would all buy out, and only, the poor
would go. When the commutation clause Wasre
pealed, they became more clamorous, because the:
only chance for the poor MUD was now takekaway;
he must now go, while the rich man could get - a
substitute. For a time it W3S a negro war, and
no wh iteman should go. When negro troops
were called for, they were aroused tothe highest
state of indignation. "The South would never
stand it: It is an evidence of our weakness. l lf
you can't. conquer them With white, llooph yen.
never can with negroes.'' Thus they continued
during the whole four i years of the war. No sine
gle measure of the Government ever received their
approbation. No matter 'what course Might' be
adopted.they were found in opposition. Are these
the men to be now placed in power ? Are they
to control thd ,Government of - this nation? The -
late administration, so recently endorsed by ,a ma
jority of four hundred thousand at the ballot box,
is still by them denounced and abused. !They.,
clamor only for the rights of rebels. They forget
that by the very act of war all who engaged-in it
all the rights they ever. had under the
Constitution which they were tryingto everthrew.
The -very instant war commenced, -under the
laws of war and the law of nations, all obli
gations, contracts, treaties, and stipulations` *be
tween the belligerents ! were at an end. Bhall
the settlement of thereat questions growing,
ont of this war be left in the hands of ;those
by whom - the war was carried to a successful is
sue, or shall it pass into the hands of those: who
opposed it from the beginning ? It is for you to
answer at the ballot-box. Upon you depends the
result of the issue, and for you it will be los say
whether the war has been a failure—whether it
existed as a fact, because in 1860 you- ilited
freenien had.a right to vote—or whether it-was
commenced by wicked, ambitions, and dengnieg .
men, without cause. It will be for yon,tozsar
whether the fruits of the war are only debt, dis
grace and slaughter, or whether they shill
to the glory, renown, greatness and power of our
From the narrislmrg Telegraph
Wlien the war of the rebellion was precipitated:
the then autheritiesat Wahington,calculatbil that
sixty thousan'd-ruen and three months would 1:e
sufficient forCe and time 10 crush the plot of trea-.
son. It is not necessary now to refer to the Ina'
that this calculation of a force of necessity.to
rest rebellion was wofully wrotig, and that,instead
of requiring three months, four "years, four terri
ble, weary, bloody, and self-sacrificing years were
Consumed in the struggle to restore the Union to
peace. But it is a curious fact that one of the
States of the Union has furnished almost flv ' efiniCS
as many men to aid in crushing rebellion, as Wita
at first demanded of all the States, to accoipplish
- On inquiry in the office of the Adjutant General,'
A. L. Russell, for information relative to the MI
number of men furnished by the State of .kenit
sYlvania, as recruits for the armies of the Repoli!
lic, we were placed-in possession of the following
WAR DEPARTMENT, PRO. MAIL Gat 's OFFICE, ic
Washington, D. C., Sept. 2;1865.
Ifio Eraling!, A. G. Curtin, Governor of arnsylnania:
Six : I bare the honor to inform you that' the number of
melt furnished- by the State of Pennsylvania from Kpri.l.
11, IE6I, to April 20, 18135. is three hundred and .ixty-one
thousand nine hundred and thirty.nine (361 P 39.) without
reference to periods of service, which varied from three,
months to 'three years.. Please acknowledge the receipt.
I have the honor to li e, air, very reaper ully, your olio ,
dient servant, JAMES B. Fitt, Pit . 3far. Gin.
The number of men Credited to Pennsylvania,
in the foregoing official account tallies so closely
with the records that we are willing to accent it •
RS correct. But there are other official records
besides those kept at Washington of men furnish
ed by Pennsylvania, to aid in crushing the "•teliel
lion. which greatly swell the aggregate r forA we _
sent into the fields. These records show,. Bit
for State defence and in response to the deinands
of sudden emergencies, Pennsylvania pat into'
the field at various times a force of between 80.,
000 and 90,000 med. On several occasions we
had a cordon of bayonets -.stretched along
southern border of the State. Then again,. the
number of men who were induced to leave the
State for enlistment in other States, was very
large:, The burder counties of New York 4 -elong
the entire border line, wen: paying 'heavy boun
ties before the counties in this State along the
same line, - offered , pecuniary inducements for en
listments. Tke same inducements were offered
to citizens of Pennsylvania by other border
States. An entire regiment was raised in, the
western counties of Pennsylvania for Westeni -
Virginia. In New Jersey, - fora time enlistments
were largely discouraged by the copperhead
leaders, so that loyal men in districts in that
State, anxious to fill up their quotas, were com
pelled to find substitutes through the influence of
heavy bounties offered to the people of Penpsyl
vania. Nor was it only the States immediately
on our border that filled their quotas from urucmg
our citizens. States on the Pacific coast did the
same; in proof of which we need only to refer to
the fact that a full reg iment was recruited in the
city of Philadelphia, for the State Of California
a regiment afterwards commanded by one.of tae
California United States Senators. Carefully es
timating the men thus raised and enlisted fn vari
dos localities, we put down the aggregetenuiti
her of troops thus furnished by Pennsylvania at,_
23,000., - -.lndeed so great was this drain On our
military resources that the Ltgislature'passed a
fail sternly forbidding the enlistment of men with.
in the borders of the State - for service in the or,
ganizations_of other States, and districts einphati
cally declared that the families=of those thus
leaving the Commonwealth, should not receive'
the benefits of the relief offered tothe families of
soldiers in Pennsylvania organizations. NOr must
we forget the large number of colored trope that
were enlisted in Pennsylvania for other states.
At least 2,500 colored troops went into servicein
other States; who were taken out of Pennsylva
nia. Taking these figures as fair estimate, we,
have the following:
Rezitulettiotr of Troops TartuAcct by the State of Penn:
ratan, to Aid i n flawing the National. Authority iii
Revolted States r)
Number of men regularly furnished and aceotuitert
for by the Provost Marshal of the United. 5tata1.361,939
Number of men in the aggregate called at various,
ti mes t o me et 'emergencies growing out of tie
atfempted invasion of the North by the rebel ar
o f N o rthern Virginia " - MOM
Number of men who left Pennsylvania to enlist in
other States 2,000
Number of colored men tau left Penrutylvanln to - '
enlist in the organizations of other States, 00 86 : •
count of there being no opportunity for colored
troops to enlist in this Stale -• 9500
A itrregate number of troops foroigied by the Shit°
of Penn'atosastain the National Authority - 49,4
The above is a record of which iheLgtafe iti4
well feel proud, and taken in conneetien with'the
other fact—the reduction of our State debt;—re,.
fleets honor and credit upon the, patriotism and
fidelity.of the people of the Keystone State aid
their public' servants, who administered itilaffhirs,