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October ' - 1 8; 1'865.
FRANKLINCOUNTY ELECTISN.—We give
herewith the official rote of Franklin county a 4
cast on the 10th inst. The army rote is not in.
eluded, and it may vary the result sufficiently t
elect MeCoanugEy and Rowe:
453 479 41 1 3
183 316 184
246 2(8 247
98 27 i 98
88 115 ' db
179 = 4 179
96 IEB. 96
192 140 192
140 112 140
208 134 208
193 87 120
95 SI 96
94 146 94
174 146 135
124 71 ' 124
45 139 - 46
270 , --.155 :au
68 - 68
53 29 53
282 118 182
250 290 2.50
45 4:1 43
MI 97 1,13
North Ward... 317
"South Ward— M
Concord ...... 2 7
Dry Run...... 115
Fayetteville— M 7
Let ugan terkery .. 134
D --' 87
SnL Spring... 29
St Thomas.... 147
WM.sh Run... 97
Antrim 469 471
North Ward... 319 283
'South Ward.. - '175 251
Concord 26 27
Dry Mitt •
Fayetteville.. 9.37 M 7
Greenrillage.. 167 188
Guilford 173 176
Hamilton ' 110 • . 106
Letterkenny.. 135 131
Lurgan . 87_
Metal 14& 146
Montgomery.. 187 181
0mt0wn...... 7'2., -71
Penns 142 135
Quincy 191 • 18'2
Southampton.. 5.3 48
SaL Spring... 'JD
St. Thumas... 149.... 148
Wa4hZglaa .. 289
Warren • 44.- - 7 : 45
Welsh Bun... 97 95
North Ward.. 319 189
South Ward.. 265 246
C0nc0rd...... 23 100
Dry Hun 112 , 91
Fayetteville .. 237 ' 179
Greenvillage.. - 168 90
Guilford 175 193
Hamilton 125 137
Letterkenny.. 134 207
Lurg, an. 87 120
Loudon 90 87
Metal • 145 94
• Montgomery.. 196 124
Orretown 71 124
Peters ' 138 • 46
Quincy 186 1 268
Southampton. 48 p 69
Sot Spring... 27 ,` 5.5
St. Thomas... 149 177
Waahiugton. 290 '251
Warren. 46 • ; 43
Welsh-Run... 98 ":133
Commissioner. D. of Poor.
Antrim 467 462.
478 453 419 ' 4 . 50
North Ward.. 36'2 199 , 316 184 316 184
South Ward.. 264 252 266 • 250 268 947
Concord 30 95 27 880,•?
Dry Run 124 80 115 88 115 59
Payettersillet. MG 180 236 180 236 , IEO
Greenvillage.. 184 100 184 98 188 ,96
Guilford 178 . 194 17,T 194 179 I 193
Ilarnilton 112 140 112 140 115 140
Letterkenny.. 135 , 7 133 909 234 206
Lurgan—... 88 119 87 120 87 120
Loudon. 91 96. 91 06 81 ...}6
Meta L......... 145 94 146 94 145 94
Montgomery.. 187 135 192 170 187 135
Orrstown 71 124 71 124 71 124
Peters 139 46 139 46 139 46
Quincy 187 266 141 310 193 971
Southampton . 48 68 48 68 48 68
Sul Spring - - f.`.'. 4 .. 54 29 M 29 r 3
St. Thomas... 148 183 148 183 145189
iVashirVan .. 289 27 307 1 •29 : 291
Warren. 45 45 45 45 45 .45
Waists Run... '97 323 97 13 2 97 ' 1:0
3586 3377 526 3600 1;04
Antrim '476 451
North Ward... 316 184
South Ward.. 269 247
Concord 27 88
Dry Run 115 87
Fayetteville... M 5 181
ore:fact/Lige.. 189 95
Guilford. 178 194
Han1i0n....... 112 140
Letterkeiny... 131 211
Lurgau . ,87 120
"Leadou 81 Lki
Metal 146 94
Montgomery•... 197 • 135
Orrntown 71 1.Z.1
Peters. 139 '4G
,Quincy. I€ 4 276
I Southampton 49 fig
Sat Spring... 2i
St. Thomas... 147 19-1
Washington... 291.1 250
Welsh Ron... P 7 132
Warren 45 ,45
AUDITOR Gp ,- ELLI.L. IIisTICICT AITORVET.
HoatraVl -3,613 1 Rolm, 3,540
Davis .. 3,496,' Stenger . •!..1,548
Hartraart's mar y.:. 1.171 ' Steager'A mad y..
sURVEVOIL GENERAL, 61-11WE10R.
Campbell , 3,6081 Klan
Linton ' 3;500' Auld.
10 Ku hn's may
~ 3,57 e Skimur
~ 3,521 Leakier
M'Conanhy's mary 57t Skinner's mary..... 63
ASSEMBLY. I DIRECTOR OF ISE FOOIL
Stumbares 3,GletClaran .2.577
&toms 3,521 ,Seenst - 3,5243
hTLellan - 3,6111 • • &
Tramiel. 3,4581 Clayton's mayy.
Stambaugh over ITLellan 11 AUDITOR
" " Treselerls4 , Nevin .
.leLelian ever Shumfin 90 Sellers.
Shuman --- " Tressler 63
1 Maclay's mart'
It will be seen that the entire Union county
ticket is elected by the home vote but Col. Howe,
who is eight behind; but we confidently look for
more than enough of soldier votes to elect him.
The vote cast in the county is 7109-574 less
than that cast for President last year. It is how
ever )34 more than the vote, home and army vote
toge \ ther,.bist for Congress last year, and is there
fore a very respectable poll for a quiet election.
We presume that there are not ten counties in
the State where the vote has been as full as ill
Franklin, The Union men have done nobly, and
assured their supremacy in the "Green Spot."
la order to show the variations in the vote of
Franklin county during the last twelve years, we
append-41W vote of each party, the aggregate
vote and the majority each year from 1b54 until
now,including the vote 3t both elections in 1864.
It will be seen that in that period Franklin coun
ty has given a Democratic majority but once—in
1857 when there were two candidates (Wilmot
indifizelhurst) opposed to the, Democracy, and
the majority has varied from 17 to 779, and the
*total vote from 5271 to' 7(3. The largest Re
. publicart-votewas 4053 cast for Lincoln in 1660,
and the lowe4 was 2860 cast for Nicholson fur
Canal Commissioner in 187;5. The highest Dent
- ocratie was 3821 cast for McClellan In ti , 64 and
the loWest 9 411 cast for Plumer 1855::
Rep. Dem. Total, Maj.
3,579 2,799 6,378 779
2,860 2,4ri 5,271 449
3,416 3,ma 6,716 116
3,058 3,187 6,245 129 .
3,385 3,063 6,449 322
3, 6 92 3 , 267 • 6,959 455
4,053 3,379 7,433 674
3,569 2,877 6,446 692
3,157 3,140 6,297 17
3,976 3,710 7,506 10;
3,506 3,457 8,965 51
3,8152 3,821 7,G e 3 41
3,913 3496 7,109 117
The following in the official bonze vote for Sen
ator in this district:
Dancon's majority 34.
- ASSESSTA--OFFICIAL. -
The-following is the official home vote for As
sembly~n this district:
Sruishaugh.. Shuman. 11'Lenart. Tresiler.
Franklin 3,612 3,521 3,611 3.438
Perry./ 2,257 2,267 2,014 2, 036
5.669 5:766 5,6'25 5 494
Stutobaugh over 3VLellan 244
" Treesler 375
Shuman " AV.LelLan 1663
Union candidates in ; Democrats in Roman.
THE SOLDIER VOTE.
But a few scattering votes from our soldiers
have as yet been received. Those on file in the
krothonotary's Office give M'Conaughy : a gain ol
7, reducing Duncan's majority to 37, and Bowe a
gain of 4, leaving Stenger but 4 majority.
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308 it 9
STATE OF FRANKLIN.--We clip the follow
ing notice of the statue intended fur our Court
House from the Pittsburg' Gaulte: "Works of
art, when well executed, are always pleasing to
the eye, and persons of refined taste always feel
enjoyment while gazing at them. The art of carv
ing in wood has been brought to great perfection,
and we take pride in noticing the fact bat Pitts
burg enjoys a reputation abroad for executing
801110 of the handsomest work of this kind to be
foetid in the 'United States. In this connexion
we would call the attention of our readers to a
statue of the old Philosopher Benjamin Franklin,
which has just been completed by our fellow-cit
izen F. Mayer. No. '2'2'2 Penn street, near Irvin.
This beautiful work is intended for the dome of
the new Court House in Chambersburg,Franklin
county, in this State. Standing erect upon its
plinth. it pleasure, e;allt feet six inches in height,
the plinth having six inches in thickness, giving
to the iniag ~ a act height of eight feet. It is
dre; ,, ed ii. the garh-ot his day : cullarle , s coat,
knee breeches and buckles, h.v.countered shoes
with large buckles, the large neck tie, and lappels
of coat Mid vest being frinvd, and the buttehs of
very large size. The left hand rests upon an oc
tagonal pedestal, on which is a scroll, supposed to
be the Declaration a Independence. The right
hand is raised in such a position as to grasp the
lightening rod, which will pass through the band.
The hair is long, end slightly inclined to curl, and
the face 'is very exwessive. The whole figure is
painted White. AMlnpanying it, and intended
for the ,iatneA.difice is the Pennsylvania Coat of
Arms talso ,of wood. Mr. Mayer's room is well
worth a /visit from the lovers of the beautiful.
` - '7 98
17 fr 7
r 7 1.0
35t , ,14
111 K 4
10 4 111
t 9 120
14 , 1..1
Tm: 1011,y - ving citizens of Chambersbarg, were
p:insengem on the train which met with such a
tribe :incident near Lnicaster on Saturday tut,
(an account of which iq given in another coluran,)
all escapg'unhtrt except Mr. John K. Shryock
(Gossip With Our Friends) who received a slight
Mesh wound in the ter.—Samuel D. C. Reid,
Wm. G. Reed, Miss Fannie Reed, H. S. Stoner,
Wm. C. Eyster, John K. Shryock, Adam Stouf
fer, Abram Stouffer, Miss Lizzie Lsiter, Mrs. Sa
484 J 445
^77 1. 1 18
8 - 2 9-!
47 - 8
160 11 - 7
FrNT. ArmEs.—Mr. JaTob Wertz, of Quirey,
has sent-us a pippin from his orchard that weighs
'134 ounces. It is the largest specimen we have
ever seen of the kind. We have also received
several specimens of the Bellflower from the or
chard of Mr. Andrew Davison, which in point of
size and perfection could not he surpassed. Mr.
E. D. Reid has thew.
THE annual meeting of the Franklin County
Edneatienal Association will be held in Cham
hersbure, on the 601, 9th and 10th of 'November.
The members are earnestly requested to attend:
RP.t*ous.—The Rev: Bishop Glosbrenner
will preach in the United Brethern Church of
this place on next Sunday morning and evening.
VALUABLE l'l:orcreTy-I,Ve invite attenti.n
to the sale of Col. .1 . 11.3. C. Austin's ralnshle prcL
perty adtertised in to-day's paper.
CHAS. J. NEsinT, Egg., Lae become an aaanei
ate editor of the Hagerstown Mail.
advi, , e all who want fo buy goods to retail
wain to Call and exarnind GELWICKS and BrIIKIIART'S
large stook of merchandise before going to the Olty or be
fore buying elseware, as you can do us well with this firm
on all goods and on some articles better than in the city. --
AT, CRESSLER'S DRUG STORE.—A new gild
exteasire stock of Toilet Articles, foreign and domestic.
ato now offered, n,ny of them at reduced prices. Call
ant examine. •
A FRESH supply of Cot's Cough Balsam—the
areal ITIrPli) rol&, whooping cough, errAap,
and ali comp:alat.F--16 rece i ved and for sale at our
Ne miciFe all who want good pure white Ker
,,,,Nne 0 1 12 f ree froln smell and smoke, to ro to GUAM/Li
and 131 melt e.th 4, at s‘i,olPsate or r..t,,i1; •
I I t:S11:1C llkitectt.33o Arch St., Philadelphia.
r Head hisiCard, in this issue) keeps a good stork of Eno
Jewelry and Saver tVare, on hand. GiN a him a call.
REmEnum Gehvicks and Burkhart keep ,ve ry
,Llng and , t•H 'heap.
—Champ Ferguson, the guerrilla, has r bieen sen
tenced to be hanged. The President has approv
ed of the sentence.
—The bride of Edwin Booth is a daughter of
Mr. Jules Hanel of Philadelphia. They are now
at Brooklyn, N. Y.
—Thos. E Mittag, formerly editor of the Ha
gerstown Hrrald, is nominated for the legislature
in Washington county, MU
—Lieut. - General Grant has returned to Wash
ington: He iS - privared to ezrry out t 4: plan for
. tile reduction of the army.
—Miss Harriet Lane, niece of ex-President
Buchanan, it is stated, is to be married shortly
to llenry E. Johnson, of Baltimore.
—airs. Lincoln has acknowledged the receipt
of 153048, the contribution of the people of Rhode
Island to the "Lincoln Testimonial Fund."
—The pardoti of the members of the S o uth
Carolina Convention have been signed and trane•
nntted-to Governor Perr, top
=Carl Schurz has returned to Washington from
the South, and his tuitsion is at an end. On Sat
urday he had au interview with the President.
—The Rev. Robert Castleman, formerly rector
of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, Harrisburg,
was assassinated near Gaston, N. C., on the night
of the 11th met, He had been on a visit to a
neighbor, and while returning Iturns was waylaid
and brutally murdered.
—General Heintzlemon, who was recently hon
orably mustered out as Major General of Volun
teers and reduced to his rank of Brevet Brigadier
General in the regular army, has been ordered to
report to Gen. Wessel, at Hart's Island, N. Y.,
where his regiment, the 11111 regular infantry, is
—Hon. Geo. V. Lawrence, li niember of Con:
gress elect from the Washington (Pa ,) district,
died on the 13th inst. Mr. L. served both as a
member of the State Semite and House of Rep
resentatives, and was _deservedly esteemed as a
profound scholar and deep thinker, and his loss
will fall heavily upon his constituents,
—A correspondent who has recently been on a.
visit to the rebel Vice PreSident and Postmaster
General, Alez. H. Stephens and John H. Regan
in Fort Warren, Bosten.harbor, - says the former
gentleman he found physically in the mime ema
ciated state which ban characterized him all his
life, but with intellect unimpaired, while the lat
ter is robust and in excellebt health. Both are
cheerful and hopeful, and conversed freely on pub
lic affairs. Mr. Stephens looks with distrust on
the present activity of prominent rebels in the
work of reconstruction. Judge Regan has writ
ten and forwarded an address to-the people of
Texas. He cheerfully accepts the results of the
war. sailer. "We staked all and lost all:';
61st ' cuee.
—The magnanimity of the Government and
people of the United States will furnish the histo
rian of the future with as proud a theme as will
the records of the deeds of its armies and fleets.
President Johnson has released from confinement
Alexander H. Stephens, expend() Vice-President
of the States late in insurrection against the Uni
ted States Government; George A. Trenholm,
who was called in at the eleventh hour to recu
perate the failing exchequer of the tottering Re
bellion ; John A. Reagan, the Po'stinaster-General
i'of the Confederacy; Charles Clark, the once fire
devouring incumbent of the gubernatorial chair
of Mississippi, and John A. Campbell, the Judge
Campbell who attended the Peace Conference in
ampi c On'lloads. These onee . important Rebels
have made duo submission to the Government of
the United States, and have asked the Presiden
—The generals of the late rebel artily are scat
tered throughout the Soutt General Lee is Pres
ident of Washington College; Humphreys is elec
ted Governor.of Mississippi; Tappan has gone in
to the iron trade at Vicksburg; Robert H. Ander
son gone back to law; G. *...Lovell gone into the
banking business at Savannah; 'William B. Bate,
practicing law at Pulaski, Tennessee; Joel A. Bat
tle doing the slam at Gallatin, Tennessee; fled
George Maur z following their evinple
ville; Beaureard and Bragg are on their planta-
tines, the fir..t in Espladade and the latter in La
Fourche parish; Henry L. Betin ing has re-engaged
in the practice of law at Columbus Georgia; Al
bert G. Blanchard is living on his plentatinp in
Louisiana; 31illedge L. Bonham-Samuel M'Gow
an and James Connor are prominent candidates
in South Carolina fur the 'United States Congress ;
George B. Crittenden has returned to Kentucky
and to his brother's family; Ben. F. Cheatham is
oh his farm; rdee is cultivating the plantation
of his wife in Alabama, and Buckner looking after,
his wife's confiscated property in Chicago and
Louisville; 3fahone is back again at Portsmouth;
Forrest is - running . a saw mill on the Mississippi;
Wade Hampton is in South Carolina trying to
rearrange his farm; William T. Martin, of Mis
sissippi, has his plantation back, iu good order, and
is cultivating it on the free labor system.
—The majority for Paul Dillingham, Umop, for
Governor of Vermont is 18,716.
—2dr. Stow Union candidate for Governor in
Towa. is chose b by. about 1 20,000 majority. -
—The Bo.ltia,ore eitc election on the 11th
carriet4'n - , cicr ,
—The Republicans in the Sixth Congres , ional
district of Massachusetts have nonlinated Gen.
Banks foi• Congress:
—General I lumphrey's (one of Lee's Generals)
majority for 'Governor of Mississippi will, Proba
bly, be about 10.000. •
--The majority in lowa fur Gen. Stone (Rep.)
is stated at 15,000. The r - st of the_ Republican
ticket has nearly 20,000.
—The election for State and Congressional oft
ficers inNorth Carolina has been fixed for the
first Thursday in November.
—The following are the names of the Vir&inia
'Congressmen elect: let district, W. H. B. Cak
tie; 2.d, L. E. Chandler. 3d, B. J. Barbour; 4th,
Robert Ridgway; sth, J. M. Butts; 6th, A. IL if.
Stuart; ith, Robert 1. Conrad; Eth, D. H. Dodge.
—Governor Boreman, of West Virginia; has
issued a proclamation ordering the arrest of trou
blesome parties in Jefferson county, which they
claim to be in the State of 1 4 irginia, and are hold
ing an election for delegates to the General As
—At the Charter election held at Newark N.
J., on Tuesday ;leek the whole Union ticket uas
elected by a majority of over a Union gain
of '2.400. The IJuionists gain four Aldermen.
Every_departmeut of the city government is Union
for the first time iu six years.
—ln a special despatch to the Tribune, dated
Columbus, Ohio, on the 15th, says, the returns
from all the counties give Cox (Republican can
didate for Governor) 2:3,287, while the majority
on the State ticket is about 30,000. The Union
majority in the , Legislature kilE be 48 on joint
ballot. The soldiers' vote will nothe counted till
—Provisional Gov'emor Sharkey, of Mississippi,
on the 25th ult., issued a proclamation in r regard
to the reception of the testimony of colored wit
nesses. The Governor sa3,B that in all civil ror
criminal eases in which the rights of the negroes
are involved their testimony may be received in
the courts of the State, subject to the bailie rules
as govern the taking of the evidence of white
FOUR CARS THROWN. FROM THE TRACK
NINE PERSONS KILLED, AND SEVERAL INJURED
THE NAMES OF -THE SUFFERERS.
LANCASTER, Oct. 15, 9 P.M.—Yesterday af
•tetnoon as the day express train 4Qst on the Penn
sylvania Railroad was within four oiles of this
city, at axle 'bither head passenger car iiroke, and
a part of it striking the bottom of the car, near
the front end, tore out part of the bottom, preijr , -
itating theoccupants idnbeir Seats, on each side,
to the ground, who were run over by the wheels
of the rear truck. Eight persons were killed out
right and another died some hours afterwards.
Ouly two others were badly hurt. The train con
sisted of seven passenger and two baggage ears.
The last four ears were thrown .01T the track, one
of which was turned on its side: No one in these
cars were seriously hurt.
The accident occurred nearly opposite Mrs.
Kauffman's mill, in a cut on the road, nearly mid
way between Lancaster and Landisville. - The
passengers were immediately brought to Lancas
ter, where preparations were made to minister to
the wants of the wounded, the entire medical
force of the city being assembled of the depot as
soon as the news of the accident reached here.
Mrs. Barr, one of the killed, was the wife of
lion. James P. Barr, of Pittsburg, Surveyor• Ge
neral of Pennsylvania.
Col.Butler,killed, was whisky inspector in Phil
W. 11. Butler, Clerk in the Surveyor-General's
Mrs. \Valet, killed, was the wife of Theo. Wil
let of New Cumberland, Pa.
The threechildren who were with Mrs. Yetta
(oi Getta) of Milwaukee, state that their father
had died in the South, and that they sere going
to an aunt in Philadelphia, whose name they could
Three females, evidently a mtither and tuo
daughters, and apparently Gertnami, supposed to
be recently from California, have not yet been
identified. One of the girls may have been fif
teen and the other nine years of age. All the
bodies, except that of Mrs. Yetta and the three
at identified, have been sent to their relatives.
The others have been temporarily deposited in a
vault in one of our cemeteries.
Colonel Isaac Moffitt, of Philadelphia, it is sup
posed, was somewhat injured internally : lie is
the only one known to have received senous inju
The train was running on schedule time and at
the usual rate of speed. The breaking of the ax
le, which was the cause of the accident, appears
to have be.kfn an unavoidable occurrence.
The officers of the Company here have beemac
five and unremitting in their efforts to minister to
the-comforts of the wounded. Much difficulty
has been experienced in identifying the bOdies of
some of the dead. The solicitor of the Company
for this district has spared no exertion to secure
the identification of some of the dead.
THE ladies of Humboldt county, Cal., have
sent to Gen. Grant a silk bed=spread, one side of
which is composed of red and white silk stripes,
while the other is a bluo silk ground, upon which
are neatly wrought, in the'national colors, thirty
.is roittirifitre flogs, or for Pjbeh s3tnt,..
tip frankft Vaposiorp;:slayunttexabinV Pa.
THE GREAT PARADE OF FLREIVWX _PRILA
Oet.l6.—The Mgt grand
parade oamr firemen took place in .1652, and this
is the first time all the steam engines of the city,
thirty-five in number, have been displayed at one
time, with the ambulances which have been used
by the firemen for the conveyance of sick and
wounded soldieri during the war, formed a most
interesting feature of the procession. Many of
these ambulancechave been gotton up regardless
of cost, and with a
.view to comfort as well as
Almost every company in line its accompanied
by musicians;_ eompnsing the most celebrated
bandsin the Union. The weather is most excel
lently adapted to a parade day, especially when
the route is of such great 'length.
The morning openedecool and pleasant., The
streets were crowded with spectators, and hun
dreds of thousands of people are gathered along
the route w lii2ll includes all sections - of the city.
There are large num9ers of strangers hourly ar
The Ledgerlo day estimates that the parade
will turn out more men than followed in Gen.
Scott's grand army up from Vera Cruz to the
Hall of the Monteztimas. The houses along the
route were gaily decorated with flags and numer
ous,arches are thrown across the streets.
At many points immense stands have been
erected for the accommodation of spectators. -
It is ettimated that the line of parade is nearly
ten iniles in length.
THE Synod of in session at Lynch-
Imeg, has adopted resolutions directing the Do
mestic Missions of t he several Presbyteries to take
under their care the religious instruotion of the
ncgroes. and reccoinmending that the colored pop
ulation be taught in the Sabbath schools to read
the Bible, and all the ordinary branches of good
common school education in day schools.
Tar. Post Offices of Connecticut, besides pay
ing expenses, put c 60.000 per annum into. the
national treasury.( During the year ending .June
:to the receipts [Nen: expenses :53143,-
2,7 , 4, turned over to the Government $304,639,
anti RR the contracts for carr; ing, the mail in the
State are about $154.500 yearly, the net profits
are suinewhat,over $50,00(1.
A CONTRACT for making a new Atlantic cable
and completing the old one has been accepted,
the work is being carried on with increased care,
and , Capt. Anderson and the Great Eastern have
been chartered for five years' service, in cable
THE Penns} lvania Railroad Company have un
der consideration the project of building a large;
and .parlous depot at Harrisburg. J. Edgar
Thomson, Esq., spent several days in Harrisburg
recently, and it is understood that his vine had
reference to the matter.
Taz teaks of the Grant well, on Pithole cre,k,
cook . lira last weep, and thirteen derricks and en
gine house. e_nd 40'20
1-irGilwAY robberies are becoming ,o frequz.r.f.
near Pithole, Penna.. that the busines: men are
organizing a Vigtlauca Cormuittee li r tl eir oss
A SEVERE earthquake occurred at San Fran
cisco on the Sib. by which several buildings were
HIGH —STROH3f.—On the 12th ind , at the U. D. P..r.
sonage, a this place, by the Rev. J. Dickson. Mr. David.
High, to Melinda J. Strohm, twat of Newburg, Cum
BOGGS--COLBY.—On the nth inst., at the National
Hotel. by the Rev. C. 11. Forney Mr...b.ceph 0. fiodg, to
.111.4 a MagdietColby, both of Fat etb_o i he.
BRACICBILL--lIOCKENSERRY.—On the :;th
at the residence of tho brale's father, by the liev. J R.
King Mr. Stuart Braekbtll, of Perris-ill,. Pnvata
Pa., to Miss Jessie B. Hnokenberry, of C..nr,d, Po.
DONNELLY—BRAI"I'tIS.—Cht the 11th tit the
residence of the bride's thther, by the Rev, 1). D. Carke,
Mr. Jarkkes m. Donnelly, ofCooeord, Pa, to 5t Hannah
ILBratton, of liieVevttovn; MUllin Co.
SPISAL3LIN—Ft;RIIII.I)I.—On the :;th instant, in
Greenvillttge, by the Rev. W. Howe. Mr LioVSon Spee.-
mno. of Washington county, Md., to Miss Btlia 'Foreman
of Cumberland county, p.
STOUFFER—HOOVER.—Or. the sth inst. at Adams:
Hotel, in Greencastle, by the Rev. Mr. Ever, Mr. Jacob
C. Stouffer to 11:!ss . 31,0-y A. Hoover. Lsitil or th., ri,ty
of Waynesboro'. •
CUNNII7GHAM—HOOVER —On the i.no, day, by
the'same. Hr. Thomas J. Cu:lcing:ham.
Hoover, both of the vicinity of Waynesboro.
.13P,CICNER—NEYIIART --On the sth ;Lt the re,.
-dense of the bride 'e father, tv,y the Rev. ft, 6. t - na: Rev.
1). Iteel,ner, of Mt. Car - n. 11.111., (formerly
Pa..) to Moll,: I.......Neyhart, of Len isbiog
BAItII—S'rOLIFitIL.---00 the 3tit ihzt, :Lt the rn4 :
Jenne hf the bnan'e parent., by the Rel. 1.". I'. Thons-r,
Mr. John A Barr to 3Las Annie Stouffer. r of
C hfir‘ti on Stouffer, both of thin county.
lIANEY,—On the 3.1 inst., tear Waynt.slx,ro, of nUlstn
uodury cruup, Montfort Adolphus, eldest son of Innis and
Eliza B. Haney, aged 2 years, 10 months and 22 41112.5.
LIPPY.—On the 7tb mgt. of Croup, I/avid A.. son - of
W. 11. and Carolina Lippy, aged 2 years, 7 mouth, and
R. R. R—sur.N GREAT BLESSINGS SE
CURED TO THE HUMAN nACE or ONE Bollix OF RAD.
WAY'S RE.A.DY REr.tee,—fire Pla.rrne. Astarte Clio
Ihlcmtery, Chalcra Marina, Mow Fee,. Feverend Agne
eared and prevented ho Radvm's Ready Relief.
Rheurnatuen, Neuralgm,• D:ptherim Influenza. Sore
Throat, Difficult Ilreath.vg. relmved inn few minutes. by
Radn.a, 's Ready Relief
la:tantly nwox est ; all acute, inilaram,t .. ry, main
rlo;c...r infectious d,easer , prevented and extermMated.
The to cals. feeble and Hers on. re•t.arcd to strength. rigor
and smtrel health b:t the use of ItAPWAV, Ri•ADY RE
LIEr. t tae bottle n 'lido more good, cure more complaints
and keep the stemma more clear and healthy than ten
it .liars 4p,nt for all ether medicines yr baser, in use.
One ~Ispiloat.on externally or a few dr• p. taken ;Met
natty will instantly free the sufferer from th'e most v:oledt
nod terrihie nail rtstore the west, n eu , o and Fru-,
tn. 11,1 faun,. to strength and vigor. •
BOWEL COMI . LATNTq —LoumnICSS fliarTha'a, ebolera
morbui - or painful discharges from the I.seel, are stopye•.t
ha fittev or twenty minutes by taking Radway's Ready
Relief. No congestion or inrlamuration, no weakne , is ur
la4ituile will follow the use of the R. IL Relief.
AMES AND PArSt.-.—For headache. whether sick or
nervous; rheumatism lumbago. pains and weakness in
tho back, spine or kidneys, pains around the liver, pleu
risy., swellings of thu Joints, pains in the bowels, heart
burn and pains of all kind* itadway's Wooly Relief n ill
afford immediate ease, and its continued use for a lew
days effect a permanent cure.
Add by druggists, nod at No. 87 Maiden Lone.
sepin- I m.
A MoDERN MIRACLE.—Fran nld aiid
from rich uml poor, Indm high•bora and 100 13, come; tle
Univercul Voice of praiou for FIALL'a Vt.,,t.r.uux
LLv ILAitc RENEWEE.
It is n perfect and miraculous article. Cure baldness.
Makes hair grow. A butter drmstrar Man any" oil" or "pm
": tun, " :softens brash, dry and wEry hair into Ileauffttl
•Mken Tresses. Bet, all, the rrent wouder is the
rapidity At ith which a 11-.'arcs Gray Hair in its Ori yinal
it a few times, Lula Th:Eero, CII.INOE,
; l ed e.e r ,d be later heir rt•enrees its yeuilifid.bemite 71
tlotttk tiot dye the ha , r, but stri%ep at the re , d
It min not dcmgrceableto prove the
truth ofthi,natter. the tint a t piicapun 11111 ;
NATI-E tr, C 01.01: mlurniDe every day,
and hr lore non nnotr a, the 0 ;d, gray, appear•
am, of the hatrplaru lastrow.
!Inning and beautiful locks. -
Ant. f,T Hair I:er, nee; non:Ler article
all like it is effect. Yon will 6n.i it Cheap fo Rey,
Pt (riot to Try and Burr to 1,7 iron (tOOO.
Ynere are tram) imitations. He sure ie.,' procure the
genuine, manufaetured only I,v R. P. HA; l•
N.4‘1010., N.-H. For nt In by altttrugglits un,11643.1,
GLAD NEWS rOit TIM IJNPOISTUNAT E.—
BOWS Specific Pills, are warranted in all cases, for
Speedy and Permanent Cure of all diseaoes arising fron_t
serind excsok.bels or Yotillitet, INDItia!ttETION, Seminal
Loss, Nightly Emineiuun, and Sensual Dreams ; Denital.
Ph> club and Nen ous Debility, Impotence, Gicet, Stisual
Diseases, &c.r.ke •No?hrin.gc of Dire is Necessary
and they can tie used so ithout detection Each box con
tains Si) pills Price ONE Doldsa.a. ou cannot get them
of your ilrit;ifist, they will ho Sent by mail sto Tirely seal
ed., post i.aid with foil Instructions, that insure a t use, on
receipt of the mane) t and apamphiet of lull I,lre, on the
errors ”I youth, the consioinenres and remedy, bent free;
lb cents required fur pwitagu i Address Da. J. BRYAN.
P. 0. Bon ar9. 442 Broadway. New York
Deniers ran be supplied- by Dewitt Barnes 4 thi ,
Wholetale Aipitite, New York.
A CARD To INvAt.tos.—A clereyintol, whiTe
roNid our in So.dli :tan rit a a tniss;onar , 11.1•1.1, r red a
sate and simple remedy twr the Cure.l NerVivll, WI ak114,..
Early De ray, Diseases of the Urinary and:Seminal Orgami
and the whole train of disorders brought an by tg.neful and
1110118110111, banat numbers bane been already
by this noble remedy. Pr, n npted by a toiler to benefit, the
attheted and unfortunate. I will send the recipe for pre
lunar and m,lng thin medicine in etkti.o,to
WINI..InIe it In. needs It, Free of Charge.
Prewe Inclose a stanipe4l VIII elope, riddre , sed to t OW
self. Address - JosErit T. INMAN,
- MORE VALUABLE THAN GOLD.—Bryan's
Life Pale purify the blood. Remove headache, Diszniess,
'Giddiness, Dram balers, Unpleasant Dreams, Dimness of
Sngbt, Indigeshon, Cleanse the Stomach and Bowels, In
sure New Life in the debilitated end RESTORE ME SwE
10 PERFECT LlE:is:tit. Try them ! They only cost t 25
cent', and if you eandot get them of your druggist, semi
the money to Do. J. BRIAN, Consulting Physician, 442
Broadway. P. O. BOX. 5079, and they wilt be rent by re
turn of Mal), post paid. Dealers supplied by Demos
Barnes & Co., Wholesale Agents, New York. ontiSelm.
IT c H! IT c It! IT ca!—Scratch! Scratch?
Scratch;—WilEATUN'a OINTMENT hill cure the
48 hour& . -
Also cures SALT ItnEtrIt e ULCEILs, CIIII.I3LMs, And all
EnUPTIOSS OF THE SKLN. Price SO cents. For rule by
By sending CO cents to WEEKS &POTTER. 8010 Agents,
ITO Washington street, Boston, Masa, It will be tonvar•
ded by fr." at rn.tpEr , .. - fn rev pnrt nt the United
uto!. nll2O cm
To LADIES.—If you require a reliable reme
dy to restore you, use Dr. Ifertey'i Peale Pills, a nee
entailing remedy fur the removal of Ohstractloms, no Ma.
ter from what CsSole , they arise. They are safe and sure
and will restore nature in every case. They are alto
carious in all cares of Weakness. Whites, Prolapses,
Sold in Bores containing 60 Pills; Price ONS DOLLAR- -
Send for Drt. HArrvEr's Private Medical Adviser, ad.
dressed to females; 100 pages giving fall instruction,
10 cents required for postage. If you cannot purchase the
pills of your druggist, they - will be seat by mail, post-paid
secure front observatifin, on receipt of One Dollar, by Da.
J. BUTAN. Consulting Plyeicians.
130 x, ;Xt. 4111 Broadway, Now York.
Dealers supplied by beams Barnes 6c•Co„ Wholesale
Agents, New York. augl6-limos.
WHISKERS!—Do you want Snia
kers or 3foustaches? Our Grecian Compound will force
there to crow on the smoothest face - or chin, or lair on
bald heads. in Six Weeks. Price, euto. Sent by mail
anSrbere, el,uely scaled, on receipt of price.
Adams+, W.tinvwc Co., Box 14 Brooklyn N. Y.
lel) 15.1 y
THE BRIDAL CHAMBER., an Essay of Warning
'and lastrOction for liming Men—pubtisheil by thalami ,
ant Asaociations. and sent free of charge in sealed aural
open. Address. Dr. J. &HUM fIOunIITON, Howard As
so•iation Philadelphia, pa,
REPORT 'OF THE MARKETS.
C4II6rBEIISBURG, October 17, 1865.
Flour—White ' _ 811 501 Butter 35
Flour—Red 10 50 ; E...* IS
Wheat—White..l 90 , e,52 . 20 1 L a id
Wheat—Red ..../ SO - en 10 Tallow • 10
Rye 96 Bacon—Hams 32
Corn 60 Bacon-:Sides. 9.:1
Oats 37 Soup Beans 1 30
Chimer Seed ..... 6 501e7 00 Washed. Wool SO
Tunotby Seed 2 'oof Unwashed Wool 50
Flaxseed 1 0O Pate} Peaches. 5 00
Potatoes—Mercer.... 55 Unpared Peach. -3 00
Potatoes—Pinlc. Eyes 93 Dried Apples 150
PHILADELPHIA, oe,tobtr li , 12C34
Cloverwed of prime quality is scarce, and wanted at
63 6.1. lbs.; but interior is in fair supply, and very
dull. Timothy cannot be quoted over $.3 ft.s. rIiIXE.I , OII
sells at ..c".l 13.'
Plour-l-There is no shipping deniand, and the sales are
maimed to small lots for the supply of the home Consu
mers, at $e 1151r8 73 MA, fur superfine; El) 37! h) 75
fur extras ; edoa3S2 for Norderre,.tern and 'choice Ohio old
family; slfi 50 ala for fancy luta. :co sales of Rye Flour
or Coln !deal.
Wheat is very quiet, but we quote red at 3821.2 40
v. bushel for new; E 3 4002 43 for red, and Si! 70'71 , 3 for
white Tire latter is very searee. Small tales of Rye at
Fl 10. Yellow- Cora is dull tit 00e._ Oat, are steady at
Oa 3200 baehels Malt soltlnt at
Whiskv <iuil with small sales of Penn'a and Obio at
82 3:1 aif cs
Philadelphia Cattle Thirket.
PIMADELPIIIA, October 17th
The marl et for Beef Cattle is very anti this week, and
grit es are rather lower. About 2-200 head arrived and
partly sold at from 10517 cents for extra; 14 5131 cents
for fair to need; and 10513 cents .R... 113 fur common, as to
llngs—Peireb have declined, 3100 * twat' sold at front $l6
to $lll the 10011. s. nett.
Cow,—flace-nlso declined. 175 head sold at sloaos
for Springers. and ti.3o 5,75.1. head for Stitch Cows.-
Sheep—Thereis no change to notice. 5000 head sold
at 0i 574, '4 ) ' Its gross. fur good hit sheep ; 43:
},,ad fxrclock hee...p; and 84Z 647 head for Ls.rnll,-.
rkilt4.detphta Stock IMket.
Lnzatlee.._ Pa. Eves, 90?; Morris Canal SO; Long
Llano, .geading 07; Per.r.t. R. R , 60L 0:1 , 3145.1 ; T.=
change . a New York par.
ANK STOCK.—I y;'111 selPat Public
Sale, eh Saarday nat. the lit inst, nt the Market
House. TWENTY SHARES of stoek of the National
Bank, of Ctunnbersburg.'
oetl /Mt • MARY M. SHOEMAKER.
A PPLES.—E.T. REED baying procureil
11 from the hest orchards in this county a variety of
choice, select, hand-picked Apples, svith which be is pre
pared to supply the town, preferring the supplying of his
customers to shipping Apples - East. [noylB
`TRAY STEERS . -Strayed from the
prenpses of .the subscriber, in Hamilton township.
about the 11th inst., TWO SMALL STEERS--over a
year old. One is a red owtley, and the other black, with
home. They were last seen near Upton. A liberal re
ward to ll be paid for thetrreeovery, by addressing the
siva-etas, at Marion, Franklin
,Wtis •liN 'MILLER, of J.
DIINIS . TRATOR , S
tice it hereby given that Letters of Administration
Ott the Estate of Adam ifonedle. fate' of Washington
township, deed, have been panted to the undersigned.
All persons knosvtng themselves indebted to said Estate
call please make immediate payment; and' those having'
chime present them properly authenticated for settlement.
culc, Wllf. GOSSERT, Admlr.
i; is hcr,by given dant Letters of Administration,
on the Estate of John CL,rart, Lee of Chambersbarg,
dee'd, le been gritted to trikiandersignEsi.
Ali tomer: knowing themselves indebted to said Estate
iLimollate'ptlylnClat ; and MU. Laving
rre..121,t them properly authenticated for settlement.
JOHN HUBER, Adder.
e is hereby given that Letters of Administration
ou the Estate of Leonard Frederick. late of Metal town
shit, deed, have been granted to the undersigned.
persons knowing themselves indebted to said Estate
trill please maks. immediate paythent ; and those having
sjaints present them properly authenticated for settlsment
- s ctlS MARY FREDERICK. Adm'rir.
tive i 9 hereby given that Letter of -Administration
011 the 12,tate of Jacob Kurtz, late of Antrim township.
deed, have been granted to the undersigned.
- All persons knotting theueol, es indebted to said Estate
will please male ltamediate payment; and those having
L eo . pn.seot them properLynothentleated for settlement.
oetle - I'ANNIE KURTZ, Adm.,.
AFILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS.
/Vl_ Just received a fine line of PATTERN BONNETS.
Aloos line stock of ladies' gOODS. The
latest ety le* of everything in ladies' weay, Stock now
sgsen at prices defying competition.
LADIES' AND MISSES' HOSIERY—A bistutiful and
elegant assortment just received.
Every style of TEI fir Ladies' Presses, con
stantly on band„ [ MISS P. BACIIE.
E 0 R'G E W. II ARRI S,
(Fr. Harrisburg. Penn'a. and formerly State Law
Reporter.) ATTO It N E Y-A'I.LAW AND CLAIM
AGENT, (including claims for arrears of pay, bounties
and pensioned in the City of Washington, D. C. Address,
Pest o.6ce Boa Wasitin gun City.
ItP,FtUENCa--.11.0n. 'Fhatious Stevens; Hon. Thomas
IVlllinms, of the House of RopresentraMes; Hon. Joseph
Casey, Cale( Justice of Court of Claims; Francis Jordan,
Pounsytt :min State Afoot. Washington. I). 0. foett Sit
MPORTANT TO TEE PUBLIC.—The
Grover & Baklr Sewing Machine Company manufac
ture, ithaddition to their celebrated GROVER & BAKER
STITCH MACHLVES, the most perfect, SHUTTLE or
LOCK-STITCH MACHINE in the market, and sliced
purchasers the opportunity of selecting. after trial and ex•
aminntion of both, the one best suited to their wants.
We call special attention to their new No. I MANU
FACTURING MACHINE, which in adapted to every
variety of sewing, from the thinnest muslin to the heaviest
leather, and will work equally well with cotton, linen or
silk thread- For rule by
ovtlS.3tri IL E. HOKE, Chambersburg.
A L L
S T YLE
riATs. CAPS. 300T8, SHOES.
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS
AT REDUCED PRICES, AT
FREY & FOLTZ'S,
5 Doors Sofaleof the Market House, Second St.
- nooKs! B - OOKS!! BOOKS!!!
BOOK AND VARIETY STORE,
in the Market Must, oppositt Brown's Hord.
Keeps constoetly on lusnd.
SCHOOL AND MISCEI4ANEOUS BOOKS,
IlVain Books. Photograph Albums,
Paper and Linen Window Shades and Fixtures,
llf, - ,111 Paper. Fancy Baskets,
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Satchels,
Blank, Pars and Memorandum BINA - a of all sizes,
Gold Pens and Holders,
Ladies' Fancy Combo.
Zephyrs—German, Cashmere and Shetland Wool,
Arnold's - and ntl,et Inks,
Architect and Pattern Paper,
Snapp, Dime Novels, Joke Books, &c.
ij" . ..72-' Old Books, Period...ale, Muslo and. Newspapers
bound in any sly IS.
Bl,ook -B o oks made to order. Paper ruled to any
.IBENCY FOP. TM: SALE OF IIi,ZTEBNAL
11.gVENUI: STAMPS. , octllll
13UBLIC SALE OF VALUABLE REAL
Esi'ATl3.—There trill bo exposed to Public Sale,
cu the promise 4, on Friday. Me 10,at cloy of llormtbrr oar,
at Li 0 Mork, A. M.. the following deacrined Real Estate,
situate in the townships of Montgomery and Peters, im -
Inedintelv along the Turnpike road lending from Green.
I male to 'slcreersburg, and about 5 miles from each place
A tract of supenor LIMESTONE LAND, contairdng
about CO ACRES, all under cultivation, with a BRICK
DWELLING HOUSE, Stone and Frame Bank Bam,
Corn LiMb, Wagon Shed and all cpier necessary out-build
lugs thsweua erected, with a welt of never•fading Water
d Cistern conveniently located for the use of house and
barn. There is also a YOUNG ORCHARD of choice
Crafted Fruit in OMe bearing condition.
Another TRACT OF LAND, immediately' adjoining
the above, containing about 190 , ACRES, principally
Limestone, with a large and commodious BRICK DWEL
LINO HOUSE, Brick 13auk Barn,"Conn "Crib, Wrhgon
Shed and all other necessary' oulbuildings. There Is a
Well of ntmer.ftuling Water at the house and a never
fading Spring near the Barn, accessible to stock from the
ban: yard. There is on this tract au on,enA It D. of
Crafted FruiL There is on the East end of Gin tract a
Log WeatherboardedDwelliug House and Log mid Frame
Barn, and also a Log Tenant Howse. There is asp about
Acree of choice Timber.
This tract rind the Ono first deserted ma y b e se di v ided
as to make tbeveferms of about 100, 120 and 50 Acres each,
and may he so offered on the day of sale if IQ desired.
Terms mode irnmrn rm day of .isle by -
nrn WM. wixt,LAN.
VELVET CAPS FOR ONE DOLLAR,
at I BOSS'.
ANEW LOT HATS AND CAPS,
ATEN'S AND BOYS, GLOVES for Dri
.lll_ ring, Warhing and Dress. at ROSS'.
CALL AND GET A NICE NECE K TI
(Latest Style) at ROSS'.
ACHOICE SELECTION OF GENTS
WEAR jest from the .East at ROSS'.
MDER SHIRTS AND 'DRAWERS, a
t.) Lame lot, at ROSS'.I.
A T THE SIGN OF THE*RED SHIRT
in'the planr to buy.chettp.
T IGHTNING RODS GALVANIZED.—
_LA tTTER & EXSTER are paging up Lightning
Rods of Galvanized Iron can the rods ore twisted from the
top to the ground) which is fat snperior for durabilityand
protection than the common straight Black Inm Rods.—
The Gairanizcd rod being* a mare perfres conductor and
comes cheaper, also Lightning Rods repaired in good style.
Call and examine the Galvanized Rods before having any
of the black rods put up, Store Room on Main street.
COOK STOVES AND TIN WARE.-
AU Pc=n7tc of Cook Stere;;Taalor end Wood Stoves
(Ica - burning wood or coal) Tin, ace- iron, Copper and
Bros Ware of all kinds constantly an hand and for sale
cheap, at ETTER. & EYSTEIVEz. St - rew ctrce7tte
Ti r EROS ENE OIL AND LAMPS.-ET
ix. TER & EYSTER are selling veil* best quality
°Mercuric Oil and Lamps, also Lamp Shades, of all pat
terns, Chimneys. Wicks. Burners. Lamps of all kinds
altered and repaired at short notice, at their Store Room
on natal Street..
CCOPPED.WORIC.-ETTER & EYS
TER are prepared to make any til e /ter Slat.
Warms, Pipes, Brewers' Kettles, In fact an made of
Copper and nt the very lowest Price. All le of Cop
p er repairing dune, and crock all guaranteed.
ETTER & EYSTER ARE PREPARED
to do all kinds of GAS-FITTING. PLUMBING and
BELL HANGING at short notice and work guaranteed
to give catisfaction.
'UTTER & EYSTER ARE P*PAP t ED
12.1 to put up HEATERS of all kinds, wiTa portable and
Erick Casing, COOKLNG RANGES of all kinds, with Hoz
IVa4er Tanks and every convenience you may want.—
Call and see no before making any arrangements with'
ITALVABLE FARM FOR SALE.—The
nudersigned. Executors of the Rev. Frederick A.
Scholl, late of Greencastle, deed, will offer at Public
Sale, on Wednesday, the let of Norenther next a tract of.
100 ACRES OF LAND, late the property of Rev. Fred
erick A. Scholl, situate is Antrim township, Franklin co..
Pa., one mile east of Greencastle, on the Greencastle and
Vkrayneaboro' pike. The improvements consist of a large
and commodious BRICE, DWELLING, a good Barn,
and all other necessary oat-buildings. There is a line
- ORCHARD on the _farm, and a well or water near the
house. A streani of water rum through the premises. The
farm is under good fencing, and the land is of excellent
quality and In a 'high slate of cultivation. It is altogether
one of the most desirable properties in the county.
Sale to commence at 10 o'clock, on clad day, when the
terms will be made known by
ectlS REBECCA A. SHCLL, Ex'rx.
LETTERS REMAINING UNCLAIMED
in Office at Cluimbersbarg, State of Penn. , '
syl 17th, IBiu',
v of these Letters, the applicant must
Hers," give the date of this list, and
Dull Washington Montgomery Cap S
Bak iEnsinger Geo W 'Seifert bfr
Becker Wm P Mall Mrs St H ',Smith Wm
Bowers Joseph !Housman William, Smith Conmd ,
Brown DeolV ,Insinger Geo W ; &nil -
Breekbill John' 'Kerr John B. Taylor Bettie
Buehar David Kennedy JameSWVan Learnt Peter
Bush Mrs Delikl Lambert Frei :flinger
Cook Bra Elinet :Lightner Mr; Su :Winger AI)
Daub John D ,Miller Alonzo i William, Sarah B
J. W. DEAL. P. M.
If E R F' S SALE.—By virteo of a
ki Writ of Venditioni Exponas issued out of the Court
of Common Pleas of Franklin county, Pa,. and tome
reeled. there will be exposed to Public Sale, at the Court
Hoare, in the Borough of Chamberisbart". 1271 Friday, ti
'2714 day of Ocrata.r, 1565, at I o'clock, P. 31. the following
deaerlbed Real Estate. cia
A LOT OF GROUND, situate in the Borough of
Chambentbarg, bounded by the Falling: Spring on the
North and West, King street on the South. and Main
street on the East.
Also, sue other LOT OF GROUND, situate in said
borough, bounded by Main street on the , West, an alley
on the East, lot of George Flack on the North. and lot of
Hugh Auld on the South, with a - Weatherboarded House
and other improvements.
_ . .
Also, A TRACT OF LAND. containing 116 Acres,
more or less, situate to said borough and Guilfortitourre
ship, adjoining lands of Wanamaker's heirs, Wm. H,
Boyd, George S. Eyster's heirs, the Chambersburg and
Gettysburg Turnpike and others, with a frame Weather
boarded DWELLING HOUSE and other improvements
Seized and taken in execution as the property of Wil
Liam G. Reed.. and will be sold by me.
octlß SA3ILTEL BRANDT, High Sheriff.
G E 0
GRAIN AND AGRICULTURAL WAREHOUSE.
Deitz fA baying Hay.
Deitz is buying WooL
Peitz is buying Flour.
Delta is buying Wheat and Rye.
Peitz is buying Oats amyl Corn
lieltz is buying Clovermad Timothy Seed.
Deitz is baying Flaineed.
Deitr. Is baying Apples and Potatoes.
AND PAYING TUE -111011E8T TTUCE.
GRAIN AND AGRICULTURAL WAREHOUSE,
NiTao of Rail Road Depot.
Deitz is selling Plows.
Deitz is selling Corn &milers and Fodder Cutters.
Deitz is selling Ford's Phosphite or Fertilizer.
Deitzib belling the best Faintly Flonr.
Deits:ls selling all Maas of Feed
Deft% g rollivg the best Stoic CouL
Deitz is selling Salt and Plaster.
Deitz id seifieg Cement and Calcine Plaster.
- Deitz Se seltiag the best Lime Coal
Delis is selling the best Blacksmith Coat.
Dsilts Is !tiling Hair for Plastering,
Dsiiz is selling 'Founder CoaL
mita it selling off at mall profits. ,
Delft ismeiiing Pine sueilletolLek;lta.
Scantling, Sawedand Eilumabingles Rlasteringiatia,
Flouring, PaiDeg, Buns,
Be bure•ety4 buy at .
BUTZ'S wARE Housr.
COAL AND LUMBER YARD
arid get a good tirdele cheep.
NArtit or th.lßoilroad
CEDAR .GROVE . CEMETERY.—As
Eiectift fir SEVEN mANAGEES costrol the
affairs of the as for the ensuing yea *. tPwill be held
at the BOOK 8•10 es or d. N. &tWER, as Saterday, the
&A ofArrazthe• am; between the hot= of I sad 5 o'-
clock P. M By order of the Beardof Direetors.
ect3B.2t. . J. N. SNIDER. Secretary.
VAMIABLE FARM AT PRIVATE
SALR—The undersigned offers at Private Sale a .
TRACT OP LAND, situated in. GniMad tows tip,
Franklin county, adjoining lands of Thaddeus Stevens,
Henry George and etlt•-, containing about 149 ACHES. ,
There are over 100 Am 1 / 4 - cleared and in good*rming or
der, meat of it cleared within the last 7 yeara A small -
portion of, it is Limestone Land, the balance Sand Stone.
The improvements aret w lend two-storied BRIO R.
DWELLHOUSE,G HOUSE , Prame Tank Barn, Wagon
Shed w ith 2 Cern Cribs, Carriage Rouse and all necessa
ry out buildings. There are TWO YOUNG 4) R.
CHARDS of good Fruit on the place, and a well of never
failing Water near the House, a good Cistern at tbenouse,
trod also one near the barn. There are about 30 Acres of -
excellent PINE TIMBER LAND on the place, men
the best Timber to, be found in the county, send U, i s
good IRON ORE on a considerable portionid the feria.
octlB-3m JAMES Id:RENFREW .
[Lancaster Examiner insert 3 moo, and send bill to this
TWO FARMS AT PUBLIC sAtr..._
The subscriber will offer at Public Salt, olt the
premis• es, on Seturd•rg Notyweber Mk, 1865, aVALUA•
BLE - FARM, situate is Southampton township, Franklin •
county, adjoining theßoron gh of Stuppensburg, and lands
of Samuel Nevus, George Croft. and others. The Penn
contains 61 ACRES and odd Perches of Linteskere Land.
well fened and limed end in a good state of enlivatiom
The improvements are a two-story ROUGHCAST
DWELLING HOUSE, with Bank Brun, Wagon Shed,
Corn Cribs, Hog Pens, Lime Kin, end other necessary
outbuildings- An abundance of choice Fruit Trees on
the premises, also a well of good water at. the door. _Thhi
-farm for years has been known 811 the " Moody Farm,"
and is one of the -most productive in the county.. The
farm will be told in one tract, or in Lots for Building
Sale to commence at 9 o'clock, when the terms will be
At 1 o'clock on the Fame day, will be sold a VALUA
BLE FARM, situate In Southampton towunhip, Franklin
eount3-, about 3 miles west of Shippensburg, between the
„Row Road and the Strasburg Road. adjoining lands of
Wendall Foglesonger, Solomon Hurst and others. The
farm contains Mi ACRES, part Limestone and part
Slate, under good fences, .well limed and in a good state
of cultivation. The improvements are a two4tory Weath
erboarded DWELLING ROUSE, large Bank Baru, 75x
45, double Corn Cribs, Wagon Shed, and other necessary
out-buildings. Also a good TENANT ROUSE on the
Farm, a good. Young Apple Orehaod, and other choice
Fruit Trees, a well of never failing water and good Cis.
tern near the door, a running spring on thefarm. The
farm is commonly known as the "Mansion Farm." ---
At the same time and place will_be sold a - Tract of
TIMBER LAND, containing. W.ii. - ACRES, and situate
near Farm No. (octlBl FREDERICK CRESSLER.
PUBLIC SALE !—The subscriber will
l null, byPablic Sale, on Tuesday, October 31ss, 1865,
at his Hotel, in Upper Strasburg, the following Beal and
Personal property, to wit: His FARM, in Letterkenny
township, three-fourths of a mile East of Strasburg, con- r
tabling 105 ACRES of Slate and Bottom Land The ha
pruvements are, a Large 2 Story BRICK DWELLING
HOUSE ; Frame Bank Barn, and other neceomuy Out.
Buildings There is a well of Water at the Dwelling,
and a young Apple Orchard on the premises. A Stream
of Water dews through the Farm.
Also, at the saine,gme, a MOUNTAIN TRACT, con
Mining Seventeen Acres and 77 Perches, situate in Letter
keuny township, adjoining lands of William G. McClel•
land, James Kell, And others. This Tract is well covered
with thriving Chestnut and Oak Timber.
Alto, at the came time will be so sold a t variety et
Personal Property, via 4 GOOD HORSES, one of which
is the well-known Stallion, Canadian Liao, rising 8 years
old ; 1 two-year old Colt, broken to saddle and harness; f.
trstrate Mitch Cows; 5 Fat Hogs ; 6 Shoats ; 10 head of
Lambs; 9 Skeps of Bees, in Patent Boxes; 130 morticed
Locust Posts; 120 hewed do.; 600 Chestnut Rails 6 pie
ces hewed Timber, M feet long, 7x7 inches, &d,
Also, a large line of HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN
FURNITURE, embracing, in part, 15 Bedsteads and
Bedding; Feathers ; Blankets, Quilts, Comforts, Sheets,
Table Cloths, 4 Dining Tables, 120 yards Carpet, 30 yards
Stair Carpet, 2 sets Stair Rods, 2 Clocks, 3 sets Queens
'ware, Knives and Forks, 6 seta Chaim 1 Ten-Plate Stove
and Pipe, 2 Cupboards, Tube, Buckets, Benches, Boxes,
dm., dm. Also, Bar names, viz: Bottles, Tumblers,
Pitchers. Spiggots, Kegs, empty Whiskey Barrels, dm.,
Ac. Also, a quantity of Hay by the tan, Potatoes by the
bushel, Forks, Shovels, 'Mattocks, and a hundred other
articles, not enumerated.
rir Sale to commence at 9 o'clock , A. M., on said
day, when the terms will be road known by
oetlS JOHN IL WEIST.
GREAT SALE OF REAL ESTATE
at Chantbersburg and Gremicastle.,—The subscriber
will offer at Public Sale, on the premises, in the iterougb
of Chambersbarg, on Wednesday, are Ist day of Noyes/Aber,
1665, the DWELLING AND STORE ROOM situated
on the South-east corner of Main and Washington streets.
The Dwelling is large and commodious, and calculated
for one or three families. The Store Room is capacious
und airy, is now ocenpied by E. D. Reid, a a Grocery.
and is the best business stand In the Ticinity. There is a
Well of excellent Water and fine Grape Vines on the lot.
Possession given on Ist of of April. 1866.
Also, TIMER BL ILDM./ LOTS, on Wert Iderket
Street, known ns the "dims Lot,"-90 feet front and 256
feet in depth--having Market street on the North, and an
Alley on the South and West. These lots will be sold to
gether, or divided to suit purchasers. Possession given
Sale to commence at 10 o'clock, whets the terms will be
Os 771Eavday, Norembcr t?d, there will be offered at Pub
lic Sale, on the premises, in and adjoining the Borough of
Greencastle, the following very desirable Real Properties;
to wit TWELVE 110eSES. Now Ito 10 are located
on South Second Street, one square from the Railroad,
and two squares from the Diammid, in the most desirable
part of the town for private residences, being high and
airy; cellars clear of Neater. These houses are bt in a
row, 300 feet long, set back from the street 25 feet, each
having a separate enclosed yard in front. The lots are
.240 feet deep, with a street on three sides and an alley on
the fourth, two sides have an excellent Concrete Pave
ment. Each 'House is surrounded with the same kind of
pavement, and has a large Cistern with Pomp. There is
a IVell on the front pavement Shade Trees have been
planted along the street, and Fruit Trees through the
Lots. All necessary out-buildings, and a two-storied Sta
tile is erected on each Lot; four of the larger Lots have a
Carriage House to each Stable.
Description of Dwellingsi—No. 1, a Brick Cottage, (au
corner Lot, 50 feet front) contains 7 Rooms, Hall, 2 Stair.
ways and Cellar, with Frame Kitchen, Wash, Smoke and
. Bake House attached. No. 2. is a duplicate of No .I—one
room less. No. 3is a two-storied Brick, (30 feet front) con
taining 9 Rooms, Hall, 2 Stairways, Cellar and Attic, with
Wash, Smoke and Bake Rouse No. 4, duplicate of No.
3. Nos. 3 and 6, Brick, (Lots 311 feet front,) containing 6
Rains in each, and Cellar and Attic. A Frame kitchen
is attached to No 5. Nos. 7,8, 9 and 10, are two-storied
double Frame IBmses, (each Lot 20 feet front). Each
Rouse contains 4 ltooms, Attic. Kitchen and Cellar. Nos.
11 and 12. located on East Baltimore street, adjoining the
Borough Line, is a double Brick 80a... containing eight
Rooms. Attic and Cellar---comtructed for two families.
Any or all of the above properties will be sold on reason
Sale to commence at 10 o'clock, A. M., when the terms
will be made known. J. C. AUSTIN,
octlB Cbambersbmg, Pa.
-.l)eroonal litimertp *alto.
p II BLI C SALE.—The undersigned,
1 Adair., of Adam 31ummert's 'Estate, iPfil offer at
Public Sale, on Thursdnv, the 26th of October, at the late
residence of the deceased, onolalf mile liarlb of Upton,
on the road leading to London, a variety of PERSONAL
PROPERTY, consisting in part of 6 head of good Tarn
Horses, 6 hend'of fine Cora, E. head of Young Cattle, 2
good Brood &ter, 16 head of fine Show, 5 bead of Sheep,
large Wagon Beds, 1 Carriage, 1 ttro-horse Sleigh, 1
N'i'llitnaek Reaper, 1 Threshing Machine, 1 Wire.. Tooth
Horse Bake, 1 Gum• Spring Grain Drill, 1 Corn Sheller, 1
mail Cider Mill and Press, 1 Gilmore Drtll,l Wheat
Sieve, 4 sets Wagon Gears, Plows, Harrows. Corn Coy.
erera, Hoes, Hakes, Forks, Shovels, a lot of good Bags,
HAY by the tun CORN by the barrel.. Also, a variety
of Household and Kitchen Aruiture.
Sate to commence at 9 o'clock, when the-terms wiuba
made known WILLIAM MUMMERT, 1
oct4-3t SAMUEL MUM3IERT.
1 0 0 SHARES BANK STOCK FOR
SALE.—One hundred shares of the capital
Stock of the :NATIONAL BANK of CHAMBENSBUSO.
for sale, fa tots to snit parthasers. Apply at the REPOsi-
Tully Office. attgalt
COW FOR SALE.—A good 31 tr,O
COW, giving alarge qaareat) of 11111 k at pram evt.—
Will be froth about 15th of January. Apply to
HAMILTON TOwNsTOP, Oct. 4 3tv
HAY PRES SE S.—Three Hand Hay
11 Presses, io good order, for Sale cheap..
jtasn•tf I OEO. A. DEITZ, Chambendmrg, Pa.
Hagerstown Herald now Sn, charge Rzroarroay.
600 Bushels best quality PLASTER
ER'S HAIR. at TEN CENTS pee bushel.
SHOEMAKER A. BERTHAS,
Roxbury, Franklin County, Pa,
fo; safe by
6 i 31ONTII—Agent6 wan
ted n every 'County and State, to sell the
BAlrrturr SEm, ItAmma, price rells ;Jolly licensed
under patents of Howe, Wheeler & Wilson, Orcrver &
Baker, and Singer & Co. We will pay a monthly Balmy
and expenses, or allow a large (=omission on sales. For
particulars, illustrided catalogue, territory, &c., enclose •
stamp and address PAGE BROTHERS, sole Agents for
United. States, P- 0 1 Sumtnitst., Toledo, Ohio. • fangl63m
WANT E D.—Agents, MALE or FE
MALE to intmluce the beit.selling $20.00
FAMILY SEWING MACHINE -
le the world. All complete—Hemmer. Self-Setter,
der, Raster, Tucker, &c., &c. We let good agent/ pay
for the machines after they sell them. For particular',
address or call ou LATHROP &CO.,
sepUrn No. 142 South Eth St., naa., Fa,
Mnu, wANTED.—A Practical Miller
Ili not , t ,, rent n ;rood 31111 on the Shares for orte
yederaci sitir let of April next. Reconmendation
mow toet4-4tl JOHN ABY, St.,Sootattad,
WIINbERLICH, & READ
Ponwanncio AND COXIniZION MERCHANT 9.
North Second Street, opposite the_ Cumberland Vailay
Railroad Depot, Chambentbarg,
Cars ran regularly to and from Philadelphia and Bald._
AGENTS.--Peanook, Zed & BineMtatn, Na MB Mar.
ket St., Philadelphia
Lykreak Valley, Broken Egg and NrittColl4::(daset
from the mines), Wukesterre and Pine GrarePODNEBY
COAL, LEMBEB, SBINGLES, SALT, PLAVIZEt and
Hanock CEMENT, kept constantly on hand. - VLOVR,
GRAIN and pRoDUCI3 kinds porehamed it the
highest cash prima
sisttp.ax. - viTNDERLICITA QEATt. .
,jfertoarbing , Mouoto•