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October 25, 1 565.
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J . POSTAL BLlTTERB.—kfuch has lately been
Published about postal affairs, yet a great many
persons do not seem to have read or do not un
derstand it. The Harrisburg Telegraph gives a
fpw of the regulations which we transfer to our
columns for the benefit of such of our readers as
are not fully posted in the post office laws:
Quite a number of letters are put into the let
ter box at the Post office without the payment of
postage. In some instances the stamp marks
from a stamped envelope have been cut off and
attached to the common envelopes, which is con
trarY to law. Persons should be careful in hat
ing all.letters prepaid with at least one three cent
postage stamp, or inclosed within a three cent
stamped envelope ; otherwise, letters will be sent
to the Deaf Letter Office, and from there return
ed to the writer.
• Stamps cut from a stamped envelopeand re
attached to a letter, are unlawful, and any per
son convicted of this misdemeanor is liable to "a
fine of not less than fifty dollars.
Peos sending money it. places where money
order ffices are eatablisbed will do well to Lend
it by money order, by which no loss can occur,
the money being paid to the Postmaster, who is-
NM his order to the,Postutaster at the place to
which the money is remitted, and it will there be
paid to the proper persOn.
Rates of commission charged for money °niers
are as follows:
On orders not exceeding $lO, ...
Over 410 and not etcoding
Over $2O and not exceeding 6130,
No money is received for orders except coin,
United States notes and;votes of the National
Banks, and orders cannotlie paid in any other
THE BORER.-NOW is the time to watch fur
this year's crop of borers. If you will look at
the base of-the tree you will see a little 'deposit
of chips, which will indicate their location.- , -
They - can be removed with a knife without injury
Do the. tree. They will appear like a worm one
third of an inch in length. Most persons neglect
this operation till spring by which time they will
have mada large cavity in the tree and done
Ruch injury. When they remain two ycars they
..become a large worm, and do great injury to the
tree. We have heard many complaints from
those who hive suffered within the last two years
from their ravages, and admonish all our readers
rho have young orchards to watch their trees.—
If grass grows around the tree, draw it, away and
the borers may be found even below the surface
of the ground.
SERIOUSLY Itl7—Our mailers will raise their
usual weekly entertainment from "Gossip."' Mr.
Shryock was in the car on the Pennsylvania Rail
road in which nine pensona'were killed near Lan:
caster recently, and was seriously-injured. The
seat and floor were torn out under him, but he
saved his life by holding himself up by his hans
until the car was stopped. His leg was caught
and badly torn. The flesh was cut to the beer
below-the knee and lacerated. and bruised ter
ribly. He is now in Philadelphia at his fath
er's home, and was some better at last advices.
The injuries produced fever and he has suffered
tsfrom that and his wounds so much that be did not
sleep for nearly a week after the accident. We
hope soon to welcome his interesting chapters to
- our columns again.
^ THE COURT HOUSE.—The rooms in the Court
House intended for the several county offices hay
ing been completed, they were taken possession
of last week-:—the Prothonotary, Clerk of the
Courts, Treasurer and • Surveyor occupying the
.. i nooros iiiithe same part of the building formerly
`occupied by those - officers, and the Register and
Commissioners exchanging. The - Court Hall
' is so far completed as to admit of the next
session of Court. commencing on
being heldethere. The Hall is much larger, more
convenient 'and beautiful than the old one.- The
walls are tastefully frescoed, with the coat of
. aim; of Pennsylvania over the door at the main
entrance and a figure of Justice the rear of the
A - PPLS.—The_applo crop this fall was almost
a total failure in this section, and consequently
the fruit sells at an enormous price. The failure
of thislrop will be severely felt during the com
ing winter by the" gude house-wives," who an
nually put up large quantities of " apple butter,"
(for the excellencliaf which article they enjoy an
enviable reputationlsbroad,) jell), &c., for table
use during the long and rigorous' winter season.
Very little of those excellent articles of family
consumption were put jip, mid their absence
from the table will he greatly felt.
THREE horsei were stolen on Monday night
of last week, from persons residing near .this
place ; two of which, belonged to Messrs. Copp
di, Swartz, the 'other to Mr. J. M. StartzMaii.
The thieves were pursued the next Tay, and ov
ertaken at Mercereburg, where the horses were
recovered. The names given by the party were
Win. Shirley, Jacob Smith and D. W. Clonce.
They were lodged in Chambershurg Jail, from
which they will be brought to the Jail of this
county on a requisition from the Governor.—Kag
Poirzas AND Ifststintu,s.—We hare recent
ly made additions of late styles of wood .type to
the Jobbing Department of the RePosrronv,
and our assortment of Job type, suitable for pos•
tern, handbills, programmes, etc., is now une
qualed by any other establishment in the State,
outside of Philadelphia. Those Who are in need s '
of this line of printing are invited to call, and 'ex
.amine specimens, as we are prepared to Chal
lenge competition in style and expedition in the
manner of filling all orders AT! Printing of every
THE Fulton Republican speaks al:follows of the
Hancock Oil well : " The laiest information we
have from the Hancock Oil well is to the effect
that they hav'nt "struck Ile." The well in about
600 feet down, and the boring still continues. As
soon as the compan} succeed in punching through
it is intended to establish the "American, Celes
tial and Internal" Telegraph to China, when, it
will be determined finally whether the Chinese
language can be adapted to telegraphing.
VOCAL MUSIC,—Prof. R. A. M'Clurewill com
mence the first session of his Vocal Music Class
on Saturday' evening next in the lecture room of
thel,utheran Church, and after this week the
class will meet on Tuesday and Thursday even
gigs. Scholars atulruld make it a point to com
mence with the first evening. Mr. M'Clure is a
thorough master of his profession, and singtilsrly
skilled m the art of imparting to others. The
-class will meet at 64 o'clock.
SWORD PRESENTATION:—On Tuesday of•las
week the members of Company L, 3d Pro. Cov
Ilry, (formerly Wed P. V. Cavalry,) preei3oted
' their commander, Captain T. D. French, with a
magnificent sword. The presentation speech was
made by Mr. Jack Main, (a member of Company
L,) and was received by Capt. French in a neat
amiappropriate address to his men. This Com
-. imedsbisii for some time been doing duty in Qreen
EELlGtotis REVIVALS.—Verry successful rack
vale have been in progress for several weeks in
the Methodist Episcopal and United l3retheren
Cburobis. Many new converts have been nada
and dle gad wed; continue&
LooKtNGlSltt.—The Copperheads, because
of the has of the.. State and County. , They find
it hard picking upon the barren shores of Salt
River. Their faces are as long as those of the
whipped rebels at the idea of being obliged to
winter over op there. They may as well make
up their minds to it, for they have got to stay !
There is no mercy for the wicked!
SOME PEMPXMC. 8.-Mr. Jacob B. Cook informs
us that be has a Pumpkin on . the vine eight weeks
old that weiglll42 pounds and measures d 2 in
ches in circumference.: Mr. Benjamin Zook pre
rented us with apiece of a California variety of
Pumpkin that measured 574 Melo:a in circumfer
ence and weighed 67 pounds. •
GEO. 0. SEU,BAMER, Egg,- will deliver an
original address in the new Court House Hall,
on Monday evening, October 30th. We have not
learned the subject; tint from his known research
he will doubtlesi present to his audience an en
tertainment eminently gratifying to them.
ONE Ht NRRED DOLLARS REWARD will be
paid by Messrs. C. G. Clark & Co., fora-medicine that
will cure coughs, colds, croup, whooping cough. or re
lieve consumptive cough as quick ah Coe's Cough Balk
Sam. Let all our Readers know that Coe's Dyspepsia
Cure will certainly- cure the worst cams" of dyspepsia in
existence, will stop pain after eating as soon as you take
it, and is a most excellent article fur all 'disease. of the
stomach and bowels.
WE advise all who want to buy goods to retail
again to call and examine GELWICES and BURKHART'S
large stock of merchandise before going to the city or be
fore buying eLseware, as you can do an well with this firm
on all goods aid on some articles better than is the city.
COE'S DYSPEPSIA CURE.—The only remedy
ever discovered that will sorely and permanently cure
dyspepsia, indigestion, sick•headache, and enable,dyspep
tics to eat - hearty food without fear of distress, Carl be ob.
tabled at all our drug- stores.
AT CRESSLER'S DRUG STORE.—A now and
extensive stock of Toilet Articles, foreign and domestic.
are mow offered. many of them at reduced pricey. Call
CHAS. OAKFORD & SONS, of. Philadelphia,
ads ertise a large and splendid stock of Furs. which they
will warrant to be according to representation.
WE advise all who want good pure white Ker
.mone 011 free from smell and smoke, logo to GELvricks
and fitJaKIIARVii, either at wholesate or retaiL
REMEMBER Gelsicks and Burkhart keep every
thing and sell cheap.
THE ANDERSONVILIE GRAVE.TABD
The report of Capt!Thi. Moore, A. Q. M.,
ho was sent to Andersoncille, Ga.; to mark the
graves of Union prisoners for future identification,
contains valuable information in which the people
are interested. He writes as follovis:
Tn accordance with special orders, No. 19,
Quartermaster General's Office, dated lune 30,
1865, directing me to proceed to Andersonville,
Georgia, for the purpose of marking the graves of
soldiers for future identification, and en
closing the cemetery, I left Washington ou the Bth
of July last, for Andersonville, via Savannah, with
'mechanics and materials, for the 'purpose above :
'mentioned. On my arrival at Savannah I ascer
tained there was no railroad communication
whatever to Andersonville, the direct road to
Macon being broken, and that from Augusta via •
Atlanta, in the same condition.
At length, on the rnommg of the 18th of July,
the gratifying telegram from Augusta was receiv
ed announcing the completion of the Augusta and
Macon road to Atlanta, when I at once determin
ed to procure a boat and proceed to Augusta, by
the Savannah river. -
On my arrival-there I found the railroad com
pleted to Macon, and that from Macon to Ander
sonville having never been broken, experienced
little difficulty in reaching my destination, where
I arrived July 25th, after a tiresome trip occupy
ing six days and nights. •
At the different stations along the route the ob
ject of the expedition was well known, and not
unfrequently men, wearing the garb of rebel sol
diers, would enter the ears and discuss the treat
ment of our prisoners at Andersonville, all of
whom candidly admitted it was shameful and a
blot on the escutcheon of Abe South that years
,would not efface.
While encamped at Andersonville I was daily
Visited by men from the surrounding country, and
had an opportunity of gledning their feelings to
ward the Goiernment, and, with hardly an excep
tion, tound those who have never taken a part,
and anxious to again become citizens of the Gov
ernment which they fought - so hard to destroy.
On the morning of the 26th of July, the work
of identilying the graves, painting and lettering
of head-boards, laying out walks and enclosing
the cemetery was commenced, and on the evening
of August pith was completed, with the excep
tions hereafter mentioned. The dead were found
buried in trenches, on a site selected by the reb
els, about three hundred yards from the stockade.
The trenches varied in length from fifty to one
hundred and fifty yards. The bodies in the trench
es were from two to,three feet below the surface,
and in several instances, where the ruins had wash
ed awiiy the earth, but a few inches.
Additional earth was, however, thrown on the
graves, making them of a still - greater depth. So
close wer4 they buried without coffins, or the or
dinary clothing tti cover their nakedness, that not
more than twelve inches was allowed to each man:
indeed the little tablets marking their resting
place,- measuring hardly ten inches in width, al
most touched each other.
United State; soldierstwhile prisoners at An
denionvjlle, had been detailed to inter their coin
panions'f and by a simple stake at the head of
each grave, which bore a number corresponding
with a similar numbered name upon the Ander
sonville hospital record, I was enabled to identify
and mark with a neat tablet, similar to those iu
the cemeteries at Washington—the number, name.
rank, regiment, etc., and date of death of twelve
thousand four hundred and sixty-one graves, there
bring but four hundred and fitty.ons which bore
the inscription," Unknown U. S. Soldiers."
One hundred and twenty thousand feet of pine
lumber was used in these tablets alone.
The cemetery contains fifty acres;and has been
divided by one main avenue, running through the
centre, and sub-divided into blocks and sections
in such a manner that. with the aid of the record,
which I am now having copied for the superin
tendent, the visitors will experience no difficulty
in finding any grave.
Andersonville . is situated on the Southwe-tern
railroad, sixty miles from Macon. There is but
one house in the place, except those erected by
the so-called Confederate Government as hospit
als, officers' quarters, and commissary and quar
termasters' buildings. It was formerly ,known
as Anderson, but since the war the " ville" has
, The noted prison pen is fifteen hundred and
forty feet long, and seven hundred and fifty feet
wide, and contains twenty seven acres. The
dead line is seventeen feet from the stockade, and
the sentry-tozei are thirty yards apart. The in
side stockade is eighteen beet high, the outer one
twelve feet, and the distance between the two is
one hundreciAnd twenty feet.
Nothing has begn destroyed. As our exhaus
ted, emaciated, aid enfeebled soldier/nen it, so it
stands to-day, as ss monument to an'inhumanity
unparalleled in the annals of war.
How men could survive as well as they did in
this pen, exposed to the rays of an almost tropic's!
sun by day and dreuchihg dew s by night, withmrt
the slightest covering, its wonderful.
The ground is filled with holes, where they had
burrowed, in their efforts to shield themselves
from the weather, and many a poor fellow, in en
deavoring to protect himself in this manner, was
smothered`to death by the earth falling in upon
A very worthy man has been appointed super
intendent of the grounds and cemetery•, with in
structions to allow no buildings or structures of
whatever nature to be destroyekparticularly,the
stockade surrounding the prisoven.
The stories told of the sufferings of our men
while prisoners here have been substantiated by
hundreds, and thaskeptic who will visit Ander
sonville even now, and examine the stockade,
with ;Is black, oozy sand, the cramped and wretch
ed burrows, the deadline and the slaughter-house,
must be a callous observer indeed if he-is not con
vinced that the misenes depicted of this prison
pen are no exaggerations.
A GOoto deal of excitement prevails . in Ken
tucky over the removal of martial law, atil there
will no doubt soon be a conflict between the civil
and military authorities. Negroes hired on mil
itary passes are being discharged, and all con
tracts made • between masters and slaves are
deemed as at an end. Owners are preparing to.
reclaim their slaves, and all absent on military
passes will no doubt .he hunted up, driven back to
their former masters and set to work. Judge
Pearl, of Whitley County, is reported to have
eided that the law of Congress, of March 3, 1565,
is unconstitutional, and to have ordered a black
woman, who is the wife of a soldier, to be, sold
as a.tlave. Gen. Brisbiu has ordered the mutest
of ,Wge Pearl tor violating the United Bet.tee
DICKINSON ON JOHNSON;
In his great speech at the Cooper Institute,
New York, the other ;evening, Daniel S. Dickin
son paid a noble tribute to Andrew Johnson, and
exposed the hollow pretentions of those Demo
crats who now claim the President as of their
party. -Do they apppr9e his past record as Mr.
Dickinson does? • Let them read what he so Isla
quently says: -
I am no iterange'r to President Johnson, nor - a
• new convert to his policy and measures. He was
a member of the House of Representatives when
I had the honor of a.seat iu tre Senate, and for
the seven years I was there I knew him well and
watched his course carefully then and since, for
thereowere passages in ourhistory not
Besides, we agreed upon pailic questions, accord
ing to the old Jacksonian creed—finance, tariff.
internal improvements, general economy of adidn
istration' non-intervention in the domestic eon
(Tres of States, government ot Territories, &c.,
&v. I always regarded him as one of the most
true and thorough Democrats I ever knew. He
seemed to have inherited the spirit of Jackson.
He hadstudied the theories of freelgovernment
under our Constitution. and of man's equality, in.-
til be had mastered the subjects completely, and
he viewed everything political from one great
commanding stand-point. This gave him the van
tage ground over his Southwestern competitors of
more aspiring ambition, and enabled him to com
prehend the character of the rebellion with the
rapidity of intuition, and nobly indeed did he bear
himself, from the earliest exhibition of, its dolor
inity:„liis duties are now more difficult and del
icate than those of any Chief Magistrate who has
preceded him, and he is entitled to the generous,
sincere, and cordial support of every true friend
•of his country. /t costs comparatively rery little
but lip service, since flu fall of the rcbdtion, when
there are really no great issues in earnest contest
before thc country, and when President Johnson is
holding the higkst and most dignified station on
earth, with unbounded patronage at his command,
to approve his policy. Those who resisted most in
the midSt of rebellion are loudest now in declaring
their approbation. and in a,,scrtin2 exclusirefddi.
ty. For one, I not only approve it now, but I
approved it when he branded traitors and con
spirators with their appropriate designation. as
_they were rearing the bloody standard of revolt
a our nation's capital, I approved it when, as
Provisiiinal Governor of Tennessee, by his ener
getic measures he defied and‘sepurged rebel trait
ors, and sent treason to itVhitling-Place—when
he imprisoned its leaders and suppressed its ma
lign papers. 1 approved it when by his clarion
voice he encouraged our brace armies, urged ou
the war, which a national - contention, bearing, I
regret to say the Deniocratie name--a name he
admired and the
'pronouncing a fail
ure. I' approved it when he stood firm while
rebel hell-hounds sought his life, murdered
his family friends, and lighted pp the darkness
of midnight with the flames of their dwellings.
I approved it when he forsook party for coun
try, and rose above the clamors ot his sec
tion to the generous and proud dignity of a
great statesman, in abashing treason in all its
forms, at home and abroad, proclaiming universal
freedom throughout Tennessee, and cheering on
loyalty to the accomplishmenkpl its- good work.
I approved his summary and speedy trial and ex
ecution of conspirators and assassins, of his un
conditional fiat against slavery, and of' his deter
tnivatiuu to tear np its last foundation stones, of
his recent temperate and sensible address of ad
vice and encouragement to the returned colored
regiment—when rebellion had laid down its arms
—of his liberal treatment of the erring but re
pentant South, so that all who will can. - meet
again as equals'i all assemble like children - of a
common fatlier'afound the 'same house-hearth of
the Union. ,
A TOUCHING TRIBUTE TO THE MESIOHY of
AHEM] LINCoLN.—A correspondent of the
Chicago Tribu ne, writ, from:Florence, Way,
"Among the first incidents whit et my eyes"
as I entered Italy were one or two,'which are
perhaps not altogether unworthy of being read,
and one of which in particular may have a pecu
liar interest for American readers. I was walk
ing through the narrow streets of the little town
°Maw:Lam - when my eyes -wercattracted by a
well known portrait suspended m front of a small
bookitore. .The portrait was that of Abraham
Lincoln ; and you will not
_wonder= that the sight
alone of the familiar features arrested one's foot
steps, as they hang there in that quaint, media ,
out-of-the.way place, looking round upon a
scene so wholly foreign to that other world, hf
which the late President of the United Stitt&
wasso vividly the personification. I wthit,up by
an irresistible impulse of respect to look at it,
and I Wile glad I did so, for I fouud beneath it in
writing, and in Italian, au inscription which show
ed that the little portrait bad in fact been attach
ed to his house by the owner like a sacred image,
at once a testimony of hid own faith and feelings,
and an appeal to those of his Plow.cituens.—
' This,' said the inscription, is a portrait of Abra
ham Lincoln, and so long as the sun shines on
nien, so long shall the name of pia who redeem
ed four millions of slaves from captivity, of him
who, clutching to his strong breast thefasres of
the American Union, fell a victim to horrible as
sassination—co long shall his name resound great,
venerated, and blessed throughout the o.orld."'=
MORE AI3OCT TAE FR.4NKLIN EXPEDITION.-
Captain Hall, the Arctic explorer, writes by a
whaling vessel, a letter to Mr. Grinnell giving him
some further information, which he hrid obtainer/
of the natives, ot Franklin's expedition. Accord
ing to the statement, Captain Crozier. second in
command of the expeditiou,;4lll three nf his men,
were found by some natives near Bo then Felix.
Crozier was reduced to u skeleton nearly from
want ot food, but bin companions had managed
to keep fat by eating the - flesh of their dead
friends. The natives supplied Crozier with seal
flesh and he soon recovered. They were taken
care of during the whole winter, though one of
the men died from sickness. 'Oozier and his par
ty had guns and ammunition, and in the succeed
ing spring they went to Boothea Felix Peninsula
and subsisted on gake. Finally they took a boat
and went south. Thin is the last that ails heard
of them, P. 454, though the natives do not think
they are dead. Before they fell in with: these "na•
tines Crozier had a fight near Great Fish. or
Black River, with Indians. This is the substance
of the communication made to Mr. Grinnell—
Though it may be Satisfactory• to trace the facts
up to a futher elucidation, it does not afford any
very great hope ot ever discovering Crozier and
his two companions alive.
7 Loss OF CONFIDENCE.—The Copperhead De
mocracy' have not en tii 'tell auto in the President's
policy, since the election, as before. The Cin
cinnati Enquirer, which insisted before the elec
tion that . h e only way to sustaiii the President
was to vote the Democratic ticket, now tarns up
on the whole policy - of the Administration, and
"We have no right to require emancipation, no
right to-appoint Provisional Governors, no right
to do anything but march our troops out of the
conquered territory, and leave to the inhabitant?,
of the South of as full and complete',an extent as
we enjoy,it ourseives, - the power to manage their
own affairs. -
"Of course if' there is no right to require eman
cipation and none to appoint Provisional Gover
nors, everything the President has done is uncon
stitutional, and on the contrary, if he has the
right to do these things, he has the right to go
further, and require equal- political rights to all
men at the South, without distinction of color or
-race. Morels no escape from this conclusion.'.'
A Sot.nwit's OPlNloN.—Jesge Bensen, a gal
lant young soldier of the One Hundred and Fifty
first New York, was,nominated by the Dethiwrats
of Orleans county Mr School Uominissioneil But
he spurns the Mille, in a letterrto the electors of
the county, in which ho says:
I will not accept such nomination or consent
that my name shall be used upon the Democratic
ticket. I ever have been and now am a Ibi.publi
can, and was an earliest supporter of the Admin
istration of Abraham Lincoln, went to the army
and lost my right arm in defence of the old flag,
and cannot now turn my hack upon the principles
for which I suffered, or act politically with the
men who traduced that good l uau % bil e li v i ng ,
and used every effort in their power to deprive the
soldier of his right to vote while fighting for his
country. I shall vote and work for the Union
ticket, and hope to see it sustained by the people,
and shall consider its success a greater favor than
to be elected to the office of School Commissioner
by the'men who refused we the right to vote when
absent in the army.
EYlTAiglil are not always veracious, but they
are more truthful than the labels of the so-called
foreigmperlumed now sold hi this market Don't
he duped by these printed table's. They are
counterleit predentinenta, covering counterfeit
articles •Phalon's "Night-Dimming Cereud" is,
on the other hand, precisely what it purports to
be, a pure, unitupeactutble staple of the toilet.
ebe furnitlin Repothitutp, ittymbusbius,
A NOVEL CLAM 186e4 Gen. Gran
ger ordered all women, of ill tame, in Nashville;
to leave the city. • One hundred and seventy-three
were placed on a steamboat, commanded by Cap
tain Newcomb, who had orders to leave his cargo
at Louisville or Cincinnati. The authorities re
'fused to allow him to land, and he was kept in
the river about a month. The Government de
clining te furnish any provisions, Capt.Newcomb
and his cargo were finally obliged to return to
Nashville. The trip cost about .$6,000, and pay
ment has heretofore been refused. On Monday,
however, the Secretary of War ordered the claim
to be paid. The case is the most novel one ever
brought before the Department.
CURIOUS COINCIDENCE.—A Serpent -4pproach
a the Polls on Election Day.—The Lebanon Cou
rier says that on Tuesday, while the election was
under full headway at Jonestown, a large copper
head serpent was observed to be approaching the
polls at but a few yards distance. The slimy and
hateful creature was summarily despatched. Al.
ter this representative of a political party in our
country was put out of the way, the Union men
of ilia gallant and ever reliable district went
again to work despatching the party itself, and
on Tuesday night seat us over the splendid return
of •240 majority.
important order from Lieut. Gen. Grant
has been issued which will very speedily muster
out of service nearly all the voltinteer army. He
has assigned the artillery for the most part to the
forts of the Northern States; the forts of the
Southern seaboard. with two or three exceptions,
are to be in charge of colored troops., All the
volunteer cavalry east of the Mississippi 'goes out
of service forthwith. &Other reductions are in
progress, and it will not be many weeks before
we shall be reduced almost entirely down to the
THE Government is now drawing onlaffiSouth
ern Postmasters for balances due prior)to the re
bellion. Dratb3 have been drawn on all the Pres
idential offices in the Southern States, amounting
..157,467 IS. Virginia is furtheebehind than
any other State, her Indebtedness amounting to
* 0 '29,190 80. In each ease the delinquent post
masters have'been notified that unless the drafts
are paid, sutta will be immediately commenced
against them by the Department.
REAGAN, the Postmaster General of the late
rebele government, has written a long letter of ad
vice to the Texans, in w ttich he urges upon theM
some very important and sensible considerations.
Port Warren is.evidetitly a favorable place for
meditation and inspiration, which is natural, see
ing that it is almost under the shadow of Bunker
BOW ERS—HIPPENST 11EL—On the 17th of Oct, at
the residence of E. J. Forney, by the Rev. J. B. Soule,
31r.G. A, lhovers of Franklin county, to Miss Mary• J.
Ilippeneteel. of Cumberland co. Pa.
STEEFIEY.—Ors the 14th insk, near Waynesboro'.
Elizabeth Stephey, wife of George_Stephey, and
daughter of Mr. Daniel Mickley, aged 34 years, 5 mouths
and NU thtys.
R. R. IL—Sevin GREAT BLESSINGS SE
CL RED TO, TIIE 111.31 AN RACE lir ONE BOTTLE OF RAT
.WAY'S READY Ar.LIEF.—The Plague, Asiatic Chakre,
Dysentery. Cholera Attalla', Yeßoe Fever. Fern. wed Agee
cured and prereeted by Radrery's Ready Relief.
Rheupnitimn, Neuralgia, Leptheria, Influenza, Sore
Threat, Difficult Breathing, relieved in a fee minutes by
Railway s Ready Relief.
Pain instantly removed; all acute. inflammatory,. ambit.
rious or infectious diseases prevented and exterminated.
The weak, feeble and nervous restored to strength, vigor
and .lund health by the use of RADWAI '6 READY RF.
LIEF. One bottle will do more good, cure more complaints
and keep the stomach more clear and healthy then tee
dollars spent - for all other medicines or bitters in use.
One application externally or a few dr , pa taken inter.
'may will'instantly free the sufferer from the wont w_iotent
and terrible pains, and restore the weak, feeble and pee.
Crated frame to strength and vigor.
ItowLL CoItPLAIN - rs.—Lo.enes4, diarrhtea. cholera
mokbus or painful discharges from the bowels are stopped
In fifteen & twenty minutes by taking Radway's Ready
Relief. No makes:flan or intiamtuaeon, to weakness or
laeaitwieiwill follow the use of the It. R. Relief.
-ACHE4 ASD PAINS.—For headache. whether sick or
Demons: rheumatism, lumbasp, pains and weakness in
the back, slip or kidneys. pains around the liver, pleu
risy', swollines lit the joints, pains in the bowels, bean
burn and pains of all kinds, Radway's Ready Relief will
afford immediate ease, and its continued use for a few
days effect a permanent cure.
Kohl by druggists, and at No. $7 Maiden Lane.
A MODERN, MIRACLE.—From old and young,
!rum rich susKl paw, from high-born a•d lowly come. the
Utilversal Voice of Inuise fur lIALL's VEr:ETAIILE Slcll.-
.AN HAW. RENEWER
It is a perfect and miraculous article. Cures baldnesa
rt.es bair wow A hettertireauing than amy "of r "pu
mourn." Softens brash, dry and airy hale into Bettatiful
g %ken Tresses. But, above all, the great wonder is the
epidity with which It restores Gray Hair to its Original
Use it a few times. mill PRESTO._ CHANGE, the whitest
Arid .cirst looking hair resumes its youthful beauty. It
lore not dye the hair, but strikes at the root and tills it
. ith new life and coloring matter.
It will not take along' disagreeable trial, to prove the
truth of this matter. The first application will do OW
you will see the NATURAL COLOR returning every day,
and hefore you Rome it, the old, gray, diseolored,apPear
ance of the hair will be gone. giving place to lustrous,
oblong and beautiful lucks.
Ask for Hall's Sieillian Hair Renewer ; no other article
is at all like it in effect. You will find it Cheap to Buy,
Piassant to Try. and Sure to do you Good.
There are many itnitutions. Be sure you procure the
&Triable, manufactured only by R. P. HALL & CO.,
Nashua, N. H. For sale by all druggists. angl6.6m.
- - F
GLAD NEWS FOR TUE UNI OETUNAT E.—
Bdfs Specific Pills, are warranted all ewes, for the
speedy and Permanent Cure of all diseases arising from
sexual excesses or Y01t111:1 latiloCßV.TlOsi, Seminal
Loss, Nightly Emissions. and Sensual Dreams ; Demuth
Physical and 'Nervous Debility. Impotence, Glee% Sexual
Diseases. 6sc. do. No change of Ina is Necessary
and they non be a:ed without detection. Each box con
tain, tlf pills Price 0 ; 7..11 Dot.t.att. if you cannot get them
of your druxghd, they will'be sent by mail wurely seal
ed, post paid with fall iniaruetiout that ito.ure a cure, on
recyipt of the money ; and a pamphlet of 100 pages. on the
error, of youth, the consequences and remedy, sent free;
10 rents required for postage. Address Dix J. Sumas.
P. 0. Box Nr79. 442 Broadway. New York.
lle-alera can be .upplied by Derma Barnes & Co
N'bob 4 ale AgPnt , „New York. angl6.6nr
LumEs.—lf you re - quire a reliable reme
dy to restore you, use Pr. Hassey's Female Pills, a Inc
er failing remedy for tbe remit al of Obstructions, no rant
:, from Drhat caw, th.ey aria, They are safe and sure
and Will restore nature in every case. l'hey are also etli
cacious in all cases of Weak. st, Bridles, Prolapsus, Stc.
ould in Boxes ....mining 60 I ills, Prfect 0141 - DOLI-XIL
Send for Itit. Baits Private Medical Adviser, ad ,
dressed to tetnales ; 160 loges, giving fulL instructions,
10 cents required for postage. If you cannot purcbase list-
pills of your druggist, they will be sent by - mull; port.peirl
secure from observation, un receipt of One Dollar, by Dit:
J. BRYAN. Consulting Physicians,
P. 0. Box, 5079, 44:1 Broads ay, ties- York.
Dealers supplied by Demrus Barnes A Co., Wholesale
Agents, New York. augilltmos.
MORE VALUABLE TII&K GOLLE—Bry , an's
Lifc Pi Ps purify the blond, RAMOVe liondarbe, I firmness,
- Giddiness, Drowsiness, Unpleasant Dreams, - - - Dininess of
Sight;indigestion. Cleanse the Stionneh and Bowels. In
sure New Life In tlik debilitated and REsTour. THE RICK
TO PERFECT IIEAL7iI. Try them I 'They oily cost tri
cents, and It you canibit get them of your druggist, send
the money to Do. J. Bin AN. Consulting Physician, .1.1.1
Broadway, R 0. Box. 5074. and they will be sent by re.
turn of Mail, post paid Dealers s upplied . 133 Desna,
Barnesa Co., Wholesale Agerts, In w Yost, ectl£l.4m.
I TCH .! ITC' It • ITCll!—Sentrich ! Scratch!
Seratch,!—WlLE VTOVii OINTMENT will Cure the Itch iu
Alto cures SAI.I itilf.l M, 1 i LCERS. CHILI3LAINS, and all
Ent Marsh OF THE SKIN. Price tid rents, For sale by
By senthng 60 cents to WEF.ES P9:I7EU, Sole Agents,
170 Washington street, Boston, Mass.,-it - will be forwar
ded by mail, free of postage, to any part of the United
WHISK ERS ! WHISKERS !—Do you want Willa
ken or Moustattesl Our Grecian Compound will three
them to grow on the smoothest face or chin, or hair on
bald heads. in Six Weeks. Price, •1.00. Sent by m a il
anywhere, clsoely sealed, on receipt of price.
Address. WARNER & Co., Box 138, Brooklyn N. Y.
THE Bitinnt. CHAMBF.R., an Emmy of Warning
nod Instruction for Young Men—published by the How
ard Arinociationt. and tent free of charge in
open. Address, Dr. J. SKILLYN HOuo
REPORT OF THE MARKETS
1111ABuy.rumuitu. October 24, leas.
Flour—White $ll 50 Butter
Flour—Red 10 50 1 1 Eggs • 18
Wheat—White..l• 2011.uni 24.
1. Ia Tallow
... 96; Bacon—Hame.......
—40 i Beaus
e . 59 &I 00 Washed Wool
.... 2 00 1 Unwashed W 001...
.... 260 Pared Penal-mg.__
Clover Seed -
Putatoes—Merrer.... 55 Unpfired Peaches 3 00
Potatoes—PA Eyes 45 Dried Apples • 150
PHILADELPHIA. October 24, 1.2165
The Flour market dull and sales being In a small way
at 88.2530,75 for superfine; $909.75 for extras ; $9,75 a ,
10,50 for N. Western extra fatally ; SI for Velma.
and Ohio. No change in Rye Flour or Cons Meal. I
Wheat Is active Sales of red at 82,23 d 3,30 for new
red ; 82,35112A5 for old do , and 52,7011 3 fur white. Rye
advanced to 81,12. Small sales of yellow Corti at 83 ce
157 eta. Oats steady at 51x52 cu.
Whigy. advanced ono MU again of Nam at $1,31
and of Ow at $1,35.
Plalidelphla Cattle Itiiket.
Pm/43watt, Ocalter 24th. -
Beef Cattle a:rattans very dell, tad paces liars dean.
ed about cent p lb.. oaring to the large receipts, which
reach about 2100 head, with sales of - extra at 1.6216de.;
fair to good at 14Z.15/e. ; and Common at 10'013c.
es to quality.
Hogs—The market continues very dull, and prices have
again declined mo head sold at the different yards at
from 8168 1 8 50 the 100 lbs. net.
Cows are rather dull. 100 bead sold at from 835 ass
for springers, and 545'&80 t,r mach ems.
Sheep-4 0 W head arived and sold at 6lgll p lli gross
for good fat sheep ; $3,5084 p head for stock sheep ; and
E5l - 1 6 p bead for lambs, as to quality.
'Mimic p r
bIn. EL Stork lltnrket.
PHILADELPHIA. October 94, 1865
Stocks unsettled. Pa, eves. 90i; Morris Carl& 82 ; Long
Wand,Waling 57i ; Penna. R. R., 59f, Gold Me; Ex
change in New York par,
Ode at bertistmento.
US. 7-30 BONDS FOR SALE, IN
. in denominationa of eso, SiOO, tBSOO and 51,000.
=inquire at this office. oeh'..h.tf
FOft SALE.—A full course Scholarship
in the (brake , City Busitteas College of Philadelphia.
Apply at this office. oettls.tf.
Y 6C-POLTZ HAVE JUST RE--
1 , tcmed fnAn the thy with a new lot of Irate, Caps,
laots, Shoes, Fnmithing Goods, cht:, which they are
running oat at an alarming rate.
CALII AND SEE THE NEW STYLE
High Cassimer Mr at' FREY & FOLTZ'S.
C ALL AND GET A NEW STYLE
Black Felt Hat, at FREI' & FOLTZ'S:
CALL AND SEE THE NEW STYLE
Hal,, Cap►, Boots, Stars, Furn ishing Goads, 4a.,
Welling lois at FREY & FOLTZ'S.
THE GOODS YOU BUY FROM. FREY
& FOLT2 moat " go back ea you."
NOTlcE.—Having lost by the fire, on
the 30th or July. 1864 a Certificate of Scholarship
in Dickinson College, for ten porn application trill tie made
, Bertl6eays. LEWIS SHOEMAKER.
oo tltlt rihtlr
Itli•id\ !orb.% .“ Irdioddito ••:i.1.1 I
Win w, Luck for it iii half If minute -
rdotihroit 'neat ofi.- Sl/%% sill: that s
joi."..a fan ‘sas
NTO'FlCE.—Notice *hereby given that
1.1 a certificate in my natti7for Fifty shares of stock
in list Rank of Chionbersbarg, was destroyed by fire on
the 30th of July, 1864, and that appiieatioa has be.en made
for the issue of a new certificate.
Chatnlig, Oct. f5-ht MARY M. SHOEMAKER.
CEDAR GROVE CEMETERY.-AB_
V Election for SEVEN MANAGERS to control the
affairs of the association for the ensuing year. will be held
at the BOOK STOKE or J. N. SNIDER, on Saturday. the
4th of November next, between the hours of 1 and 5 o'.
clock P. IL By order of the Board of Directors.
oct2s-It J. N. SNIDER, :secretary.
AGENTS WANTED: To canvass the
new steel engravings of WOMAN'S MISSION,
LINCOLN FAMILY, EARLY DAYS OF WASHING
Ferrograph Cartes tie Visite or Album Pia"res, at great
SPECIAL TERMS TO DISABLED SOLDIERS
Send for Catalogue with terms, Ate.
JOHN DAINTY, Publiebet,
15 S. Sixth St, Philadelphia, Pa.
ASMALL PROPERTY AT PRIVATE
SALE,—The enibsetiber offers at Private Sale, a
email Property in Hamilton township, Franklin county.
Pa., Si miles North-west of Chambersbarg, on the Keefer
road, containing THREE ACRES of land, on which le
erected a two-story ROUGH-CAST HOUSE and Log
Stable, and a Well of good Water near the door There
is a fine young APPLE ORCHARD on the premises.
For further particulars uii am the subscriber, residing
thereon. focr2s-4t.3 WM. COMNETS.
NOTICE.—To the Insured in the -A.(1111 - -
1. 1 1 lin County Mutual insurance Company,—Take no
tice, that AN ASSESSMENT OF 5 Pelt CENa".. has
been made on all pretniam notes running on the day
of September, A. D., 1865, for the purposes of meeting
Loses sustained. This assessment teal be payable at the
°Mee o the Treasurer of the Company, in I,llambersburg,
on and after the 10th day of November, 1665.
oet Z-St WILLIA3I SIcLELLAN, Seer.
Q. 'FRAY CATTLE.—Came to the
dence of the sublet, fiber, living in Guilford township,
about one mite from Jackson Gall on the road leading to
Fayetteville, on Sunday, the 15th of October, 6 nows ED
CATTLE—one a Red Brindle, one a Dark Brown, one a
Red and White spotted; one a.White and Brown spotted
one a Red and one nearly White. The owner in hereby
notified to come nod prose property anti pay charge!, or
the cattle will beidsiposed of according to law.
0ee2,5 3e. DANIEL BONEBRAKE.
HOUSE AND LOT FOR
. 04LE IN
(;REE.NCASTLE.-Will be offered at Public Sale,
in the Borough of Greencastle, on Saturday, Me Hat day
of .lurflriber, teh:l, A LOT OF GROUND. situated on
South Carlisle street and a public alley. fronting 30 feet,
with a depth of 240 feet. The improvements are a two
storied WEATHEBBOARDED HOUSE AHD BACK
BUILDING, mitaining 7 rooms: a new Stable with
barn floor; Hog Pen; Bake Oven and other convenient
oabbuildinge. -There is a gad Cistern on the with
privilege of access thereto. This Is Tits* a variety of
choice Fruit Trees on the premi...
Sole to Commence at r o'clock P. M.. when the terms
will be made know by inct2s-311. JOHN S. PLUM.
DeBLIC S.-N.LE.—the undersigned
agent of Christian Freet will sell by
Public Sale, on Saturday, the 15th of November, 1855, the
following described Real Estate, viz: TWES'I'V•THREE
ACRES, . owe iir teas ut lust quality Limestone Land,
bo 0111.1 by lands of Jamb (lame, A. P. Oyler and oth
er lands of said Erect. withi the Public Road leading-from
Greenvillage to the Slaw Mill of William Etter, passing
along the east end and being less than one mile from the
Scotland Station on the Cumberland Valley Rail Road. .
The Improvements consist of a commodious L 0 (5
IMPS E, 'lough-cut, with Kitchen and Cistern attached,
with a bouble Log, Barn, with Sheds and Corn Crib at
tached, Hog House, and necessary oat buildings, all con•
semently near. together with an Orchard of choice, full.
bearing Apple Trees of about 21.0, and 70 other choice
fruit, 4 years planted, ;with Peach. Pear and Plum trees,
being the best orchard in the neigliburh2od, with a Well
of never-failing Water near the bialdings, the whole be
Sale to commence at 11 airlock on said day, when the
terms will by made known by JACOB GARVER.
uct2s-41 JOHN DITZLER, Auctioneer,
LETTERS REMAINING UNCLAIMED
to the Post Olilee at Chambersbnrg, State of Penn•
sprania. Orhiber 64th, 1863.
Irjr•To obtain ant of these Letters, the applicant must
call for "advertised Letters," give the date of this tint, and
pay one cent for advertising.
Bangliart Slaty Godwin .111, N ;Shaffer Daniel
Berkhiser Goa !Hamilton Ales ' IShanabroubMa A
Beaver James A Helm John l'Srott WH •
Brinkley alias S JlHuber Stephen- ;Smith Lusetta
Brown Charles 111 Kramer Gottlieb !Strike Das id Mr
Bradford Alfred ',Kilmer Mies Sarah StaufferldiasSusan
Carr Y iLaghtner thimual ISwirshelmMissNet
Carpeaterlonath'a iLientes Albirtes IThompson J H
Gager Mrs Boson 1 151oGoiren Geo ITuothill Samuel
Coleman Adison A iMeFeratitisEli; 21Trone A
Cre-sler David iMurpliey?disslial• Thomas lillss L A
Crankleton Webb 1 lisaa Trehr Henry•
Dermer Peter iMiller 'Wm A. iThompsunSarahE
Harris Hannah , Miller 3liss Ellie . York Rev S P -
Faber, David S .I.llyers LE ' i Yast Peter
Fry• Wm H I Peckman Saud iZimmermnuktiNsE
Srederiek Samuel' Reitzer Harry
Gragg 3iihs'Polly litivis Rev . ./ A -
J, w -
STATEMENT OF FUNDS RECEIVED
for the rt4lef of the Chambersbnrg Sufferers, and of
the distribution of the same, from August Ist, 1861, until
October 20th, 1065.
From Philadelphia, Pa., per E. Son.
der, Treasurer_ $35,145
Paid out for goode, e xpenses, 6,840 54
Cash received here 28,:305 31
Pennsylvania Railroad Company—. 5,000 00
Individual remittances 3,610 fin
From Burrisburg, Pa., - per B. P. Kel
lodiv Idnal remiltancea
From Lancaster. per Coitnty Com— 10,0(XI 00
Indi% idual remittances 200,10
From York. Pa
From Carlisle—Cum. Valley It R... 1,000 00
Individual remittances 376 33
From Baltimore. Mil 1,107 90
. " Pittsburg, Pa 902 00
" Coatesville, " - 851 50
" clettyaburg " 714 66
" - Annapolis, Md. 405 00
Dunmlle, Pa3W 0-1
" Cbambersburg, Pa '3OO 00
".,. illiddletou-a. " —• .?..14 35
" "Lyons, France - 275 00
" Ma). Oen. Crawford and staff P2(l 00
" Bedford, Pa.,. 200 90
'' Mechanicsburg, Pa , I!,* 43
" Fairfield. Pa 195 IS/
- " Smitbsburg. Md. BM 00
' " • York Smug, Pa. 153 00
" Ury Run, " . ' 151 00
" Bowville, Pa 214 50
" Milton,".. . .. 111 25
Heading, ". ' .--
flageratown, Std - . 75 00
Norristown, Pa. -57 00
" Money, " 42 00
" = Media. 3100
Springfield, filiiii 20 oo
~. Iluntingilon, Pa. ' 20 00
" - Woodland. " 15 00
'• Etterley's Mills, Pa 10 00
Concord, " 10 00
" Willitunsimrt " , 5 (XI
Sundry, small ' 34 50
State Treasurer, appropriation by the
Legislature 100,060 00
Total amoun ' red
Distributed by th Committee at
three di ) eren t t iro and and amount
paid for (tour, w &c.v..... 8111243 51
Unpaid distribution 8 650 00
Unappropriated balance . 1,945 Ti
Bal.cash in lumds of Treamter
173,845 in 4
The unappropriated balance o‘ $1,945 73 being held by
the Committee for the relief of the sufferers during the
cvnaing winter. (3. R: lIESSERSSIIra
Treasurer of the Relief Fund.
elanttersburg, Oct tde3,
- We do hereby certify that we have exnutioed the ac
counts and papers of the Tretisumf of the Chat:abet - 6 ,l ra-
Relief Fund, anti we findthe above condensed statement
to be correct. W3l. M'LELLAN,
D. S. WUNIyEHLIOBI
C. IL littitNETT.,
Fl3l.*' . -:- I . lJ' - S1 VITUS!!!
WHOLESALE AND irrAlL.
• CHARLES OARFORD Sc SONS,_, _ ,
CONTINENTAL - HOVEL, PHILADELPHLA.:
Have pow open their large and splendkl stock of
LADIES' FUR CAMS, I • - •
CO,LLARS, I -
GLOVES, ' -
Also the finest alleortment of FANCY FUR ROBES.
CAPS, MUFFLER.% and GLOVES ever before offered
by them. allot wbich are a'arranted to be as represented.
''SKIPPING FURS BOUGHT. 0et.15-4m. '
QIIENAI3DOAII VALLEY FARMS
1.._7 FOR SALE—Pennsylvania Limners desiiing to buy
good LRERSTONET ARKS in the Shenandoah Valley.
well watered and in many eases with good improvements
upon them, can do 60 of the sabsenber. at very low rates.
No better opportunities for baying good farms at low rates
will ever again occur in this Valley. Being a Pennsylva
nian myself and located here. 1 can and will at any time
furnish such information as per mns wishing to buy may
desire, upon their addressing me by letter.
REFERENCES IN FRANKLIN CousTr —Achison Ritchey,
Mercersburg ; Jacob Shoot. Greencastle; Jacob Barthel
lode, Scotland; DanietTrustle, John B. St.'
SVLellan, Col.. F. S. Stambaugh, and many other citizens
of Charabersburg. WILLIAM H. BECK,
Attorney at Law and Real Estate Agent.
COOD FARM AT PUBLIC SALE. -
The subscriber will offer at Public Sale, on the
premises, an Tuesday, October 31sa, at 1 o'clock, P. 3L,
FARM. part of which is in Montgomery township, Frank
lin County. Pennsylvania. and part in Washington coun
ty, Maryland, 24 miles from Welsh Rm., An the road
leading to the Browd. Fooling Mill. The said Farm IS
bounded by lands of Jesse Craig. John Fiery and others,
and contains ACRES and It, PERCHES of the best
quality of Limestone and Black Slate Land, about 95
Acres of a hich is Timber Land, the balance is Ina first
rate state of cultivation. There are about 94/0 Pannell'
Post and null Fence on the Farm. The improvements
are a Large 110EGILCAST HOUSE. Stone Bank Bard,
two Corn Cribs and Wagon Sheds, 2 Carriage Houses,
Hog Pen and all necessary out buildings and a Large
APPPE ORCHARD, with a variety of other Fruit.—
Persons wishing to view the Farm will call en the sub
scriber residing thereon.
Terms made known on day Of sale.
ADJOURNED SALE OF TWO VAL.
CABLE FARMS.—The undersigned' will offer nt
Public Sale, on the premises, on Thursday, ffererabcr 16th,
1865, the following Real Estate viz f About 160 ACRES of
gust Lime Stone and Slate Land, situated in Peters town
ship, Mont 1 miles from Greencastle and 2 miles from Up
ton, adjoining lands of Jno Coffee. Patton awl others. The
irnprot meow are a two-stored STONE HOUSE, Swiss
Ram 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 tract is also well set with
good thriving Timber.
Assn—tro the same day will be offered at Public Sale,
on the premises, the following Real Estate., to wit : About
ACKh.S,of Freestone and Slate L..nd, situated In Pe
ters township. adjoining lands of Jno. Coffee, Patton and
others, and about one mile from the first described land.
The hoprovements are a WE AT HER BOARD ED
HOUSE, Stone Bank Barn, (partly new) Wagon Shed,
Corn Crib, and other out-buildings. The Conocerheague
Creek runs through the farm, and bee the most desirable
MILL SITE in the county. There is also a Well of
good Water at the house. This farm is well Timbered
and in a good state of cultivation. •
Sale to commence at the first described property at 1 o'-
clock, when the terms will be made known.
octliAt PETER BROUGH.
LEO. EBER T& SON,
Have amstataly on hand. and will furnish
li and 2 ineb Plank,
Boards, worked Flooring,
all on the most reasonable terms.
We also keep on hand a good supply of Lime aced Brave
Coal, which we will furnish at the lowest Prices.
Office in rear of de Jail, Cbambersburg, Pa.
octlq LEO. EBERT l 80N.-
LIST OF CAUSES FOR TRIAL AT
October Term, commencing 90th October, 184.1
Weagley vs. -Rtmebreak
Commonwealth va. Stump.
Imbrie vs. Palagrore.
Sturutigugh vs. Smith.
Bomberger - vs. Walk.
Stover vs. Harris
Stenger' vs. Roman,.
Wanamaker vs. Regun's use.
Stevens vs. Hugbes.
Houghwout N.& Wnmlerlieh 4: Need.
Ely ' , Ts. FOWL-
Skinoer vs. Bither.
Wilhelm ' ^t" vs. Reisher.
Miller - - vs. -Hartle.
Karper vs. auk, et al.
Kyle . vs, Glass.
Witherspoon U. Curry's Kir.
Royer vs. Martha, et. al.
Garrett vs. Willett!, White 6r. fityope
'PROCLAMATION.—To the, Coroner,
J the Justices of the Peace, and the Constables of the
different Townships in the County of Franklin. Greeting:
Know ail ye, that in pursuance of the precept, to me di.
meted, under the hand and seal of the HON. ALEX
President of the several Courts of Common Pleas, in the
Sixteenth District consisting of the aunties of Somerset,
Bedford, Fulton and Franklin. and by virtue of his office
of the Court of Oyer and Terminer and General Jail Deliv
ery fur the trial of capital and other offenders therein and
in the General Court of Quarter Sessions of the Peace, and
W. W. PAXTON. and /Akins O. CARSON, ENS:, Judge:sof
the same county of Franklin. You and each of you are
'hereby required to be and appear in) our proper persona
with your Records, Reeognmances, Examinations, and
other Remembrances before the .1 mitres aforesaid, at Chem
hershurg, at a Court of Over and Terminer and General
Jail Delivery. and General Quarter Sessions of the Peace,
therein to he holden for the County of Franklin aforesaid
on 'the last Monday in October, being the 30th day of the
month, at 10 o'clock ID the forenoon of that day then and
there to do those things, a Bich to your several offices ap
(liven under my hand atthambersburg, the %.1 of Oc
tober. Ifli3. [Oct-4J SAMUEL BRANDT, Sheriff.
DEAL, P. M
JACOB LORTY VS. ELIZABETH
LORTY.—In the Court of Common Pleas for Frank
lin County, Pa., Snbpmoa in Divorce to No. 46, January•
T., 1863. returned nihil, babel. Alias Sub in Divorce to
No. 27, April T, 1863, returned nihil babe..
Notice in hereby given to Elizabeth Lorty. the defen
dant above named, to be and appear before the Court of
Common Please( said-County, on razAflV2ifondap of Oc.
tober nat., to answer the complaint of the plaintiaabove
or be proceeded against according to law.
0,14 4t SAMUEL BRANDT, Sheriff.
lice Is hereby given that Letters of Administration
on the Estate of Mwhael Burkett, late of Quincy township,
dee'd, have been granted to, the undersigned.
All persons knowlng themselves indebted to said Estate
will please Make immediate payment; and those' having
claims present them property authenticated for settlement.
septl7 D. C. BURKETT, Adre'r.
13, .03 go
tice is given that Letterset Administration
on the Estate of Peter Burr, late of Hamilton township.
deed, been granted to the undersigned.
All persons knotting themselves Indebted to sold Estate
will please make immediate payment; and those having
claims present them properly authenticated for settlement
sepulti STEPHEN BELT, Aduir.
tire is hereby given that Letters of Administration
on the Estate of Adam Ifonodle , late of Washington
township, deed, have been granted to the undersigned.
All persons knowing themselves indebted to said Estate
will please make brimedilite pay - meta ; and those baring
claims present them properly authenticated for settlement.
or US Wt. "GOSSERT, Aden
A b.3IINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. - No-
tiee is hereby given Hurt Letters of Administration.
OD the Estate of John CU3PIMII3, late - of Chain bersburg,
t leekt hav e been ge . anted to the undersigned.
MI persons knowi ng themselves indebted to said Estate
will please make immediate paytnent ; and those having
claims present them properly - authentonted for settlement
netlB JOHN HUBER, Adm'r.
iiceis hereby given that Letters of Administration
on the Estate of Leonard Frederick, late of Metal town.
sh deo'd. have been granted to the undersigned.
lii persons knowing themselves indebted to said Estate
will please make immediate payment; and those having
claims present them properlyAnthenticated for settlement
( old DIARY FREDERICK. Adunlx.
A DMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.—No:
rice is hereby given that Letters of Administodien
on the Estate of Jacob Kuria late of Antrim towaship,
deed, have been granted to the undersigned.
All persons knowing themselves Indebted to said Estate
will please make immediate payment; and those having
claims present them properly authenticated for settlement.
FANNIE KURTZ, Adin't
NOTICE.—AII persons knowing them:
selves indebted to the late (Inn o fj. & 3!. Heart,
are respeetfully requested to make settlement without itO•
lay, and those having claims will present them for settle
Theata Boots are in the bands et then adereicee4.
th e l OINI at
teetll.3o J. =MIT.
to order all kinds of
Joists and Scantling,
Palling' awl Shingles,
LIME AND STOVE COAL.
vs. lieliey and wife
Worley, et. al.
vs. Fl eagle.
vi. /Roelof s Adm'r.
vs. Kyle and wife.
K. S. TAYLOR- Prothonotary
A Lin - imo ditAtirWarTRINERSE ,
AA- Joilenedrawn fora Court of (her and Terminer,
'CourtsGf Quarter fiesiona of that Peace, end ONO al
Common Item,' robe held at ChilblimbFg; as *Orr,
;tiselOrA deg erOttither, D.. , -
GRAND JUR •
Geo We' Quincy; Solemmatrike,,Lettedueny; _
norm ey. aurora; Wm Bassett, HanditCM Abets- "
ban ' " all icrd; Muted Foreman, Gheenandlv;
Garver, Green; John Hoover Jr. Greer, John Habra de
trim; Philip Harper, Letterketuty; Samuel Kremlionth
amptcan; David Lehman, Chatabersbmm Cyrnall'Gossea,
St. Thomas; Daniel Middleoaff, So impttsin Jacob S
Nixon, Charnbembrega Wayostaangh, Oreetsenatlm Geo
Overcesh, Guilford; Christian Plum, *cm , Datil
Palmer, Guilford; James* Rankin, Fruinett; J o3a Hite,
Letterkenny; JO Snyder Guilford; David Spawn', Elotttko
ampton; John Smith Jr, Petits
VA VERSE JURORS-18T WEEK.
George Brindle, Green James Burk, Metal Daniel D
Bakker. Quincy ; John Bemasdarfer, Quincy ; S A Brad
ley, Montgomery; - °sore Bender. Waynteboro; John
Beaver Peters ; John Benedict, Guilford ; John Cline.
Waynesboro ;J L Dechert, Chamb,g; Lewis Dentrielt,
Waynesboro; John Debaven, Lougee; K Deihl, Hamil
ton ; Jacob Deihl. Hamilton ; Michael Ebersole, Guilford;
Abraham Elder, Fannett ; Melchor Elden, Quincy ;
George Finafrock, St Thomas ; David Guyer, Letuntert•
ey ; Levi Grabble, Metal ;Saml S Hauler, Guilford; Dan
iel Elawbecker, Montgomery ;Wm Bade. citd=
Johnston. Fannett ; Saael Kaufman. Guilford;
Landis, Southampton; Jae Panned ; Thomas.
Metcalfe. Chambersburg ; Limo Shockey, W
Solomon NeweemeraVashingtcm ; Jacob Ovenesla sakth rna-
Mon ;Wm Otetabergel, \ 'Peters; Wm Orr, Jr, Solubsittp•
ton ;Wm Pentz. G , ensingea . (of AlGreee
castle ; Wm Porte ,Mashiniff,m; John A Ryder, Petere ;
David Rebuek, a; C ,kthtian Smite, Autrin2 ; Jacob
- Sintegier, Chembersharg ; W A Shields, Fennell; Joie',
E. Stover, Antrim; Andrew Stoner, Wealdington ; Elise
Shearer, Fanned ; Wm Varaleraw, Guilford; Jen Wither
spoon, Montgomery ; Charles West, Washington; Samuel
B Wingert, Quincy.
TRAVERSE JURORS-2Sn WEE*:
Edward Anghintunsb, Chamberstang t. John Boner
master, St. Thomas ; George Benedict, Shilinns
Brewer, Warren ; Battle! Brandt, Farman; William Bea
ver. Peters ; John Baughman, Green ; John S Cowan,
Metal; Geo W Coble, St Thomas; John Coble, SsThoes.
as; John P Culbertson, Chambersburg ; Heitman Dick
hoot, Peters ; J W Dunmire, Green ; Jamb Diehl, Antrim;
Charles Evans, Chambensbarg ; William Evers% Metal ;
Josiah Fiches, Dugan; Benjamin Funk, Washington ;
Johnerove, Antrim; John Gordon, Hamilton; HC Gram
awaK, Green; John Garlinger. Montgomery;
Guthrie, Chambersburg ; John Grier, Southampton:Time
C Grove,"Mercersburg ; James Gilmore, Letterkenny ;
Rosser Huber Southampton; Samuel Holiday, Bennett;
William Krebs, Greencastle; Christian Lecher, Antrim;
John N Mitt, Guilford; J B Miller, Chambersburg ; John
Mowry, Lurgan ; W M'Anno, Metal ; Abratuun Meta
Chambersburg ; Samuel Nicodemlua, Washington; Philip
Oyler, Green; Jacob Overholtzer. Antrim; P H Wife;
Cluunbersburg; Jacob Picking,- ; John Rowe,
Sr., Greencastle; John Ruthmulf. Antrim; David Singer,
Antrim; Fred`k E Smith, 'lliercersburg ; William Shoe
maker, Lurgan ; Samuel Stahl, Green ; Jacob Whitmore,
Antrim; Jeremiah Zullinger, Letterkenny. oaf
REGISTER'S NOTICE—AII penman-
Wrested will please take notice, that the fo
Accountants have filed their Accounts In theß•mie
Office of Franklin County and that the same will be pre
sented to the Orphans' Counter confirmation, on Wafers.
day, the let day of November, 1865, in Chem
149. Final Acct. of Daniel Skinner, Guardian A. 3.
Drifts, minor child of Dan'l Edit% deed.
151/ First and Seat Adak of William Stitaef, Adm'r of
Samuel Davis, late of Peters !rep.. dec'd:
151. First and final Acct. of A. F. Oyler, Adm'r of Sam.
net Hawk, deo'd. -
152. First and final Adct of Margaret Seibert, Adat'nr
and John Huber, Adm'r of Writ. Seibert, late of Chem
ma First Acct. of Robert A. Renfrew and Wm. Mc.
Chu*, Sx'rs of Samuel Thompson, late of tamest twp.,
154. Account of Salvely Strickler, Guardian of Wm. F
nd Ann E. Kunkel.
1.t5. Second Aoct. of T. B. Kennedy, sorviriag Eer
1 James Beatty late of Antrim twp., deed.
1.56. Second /Cc& of Walter Beatty, Adm'r d. b. st..e.
n. of Catharine Beatty, late of Antrum twp., deed.
157. First and final Acct of James B. Orr, Adoer of
lizabeth Potts, late of Southampton tap., de
cd. 004 HENRY STRICKLER, Register. •
AT AN ORPHANS' COURT,- HELD
at Chambersburg, for Franklin county, Pa., on the
3d day of October, 1865, before the Judges of oar said
Court:—On potitiot; of James L. Black, Executer of Jahn
Heileman, late of Guilford township, deceased, the Court
granted a rale on the heirs at law, and legatees of the said
John Beekman, deceased, to show twee on the ant day
of next term of the Court, why said Executor shall not be
discharged from his said trust. In testimony whereat I
have hereunto set my hand and affixed the seal of %e gad
Court at Cbambemburg, Pa., this 4th day of at:Lobo., 1865.
novll-3t W. G MITCHELL, Clerk.
BALTIMORE LOCK ROSPITAI4-Drf
JOHNSTON, the founder of this Cele:Mad Institta•
lion, offers the most certain, speedy, and only effectual -
remedy in the world for Glee* Si:runtimes, fiendual
reakness, Pain In the , Loins, Constitutional Debility,
Impotence, Weakness of the Back and Limbs, Affections
of the Kidneys. Palpitation of the Heart, Dyspepsia, Her- .
cons Irritability, Diseases of the Head, Throat, Note of
skint and all those serious and melancholy disorders alb•
ing from the destructive habits of Youth, which &atm)
both body and mind. These secret and solitary react...et
are more fatal to their victims than the song of theS
to the mariner lapetus, blighting • their Most Dtlillant
'hopes or anticipations, rendering =weep.Se., impourbia,
YOUNG MEN ,
Young Men especially, who have become the victims of
Solitary Vice. that dreM.klanddeiltnactirehablt which ant
annually aweepa to an untimely grave.thansuade of young
men of the must exalted talent and brillistiathstallect, who
might otherwise have entranced listening &mattes with the -
thunder of eloquence. or waked to eartacy fthelthehtg lyre,
may call with Rill couffdenCe;
Married persons, or young men contemplating .mandege
being aware of physical weakness,orgaWc debility, defor
mities, Arc., should immediately consult Dr. Johnston.
He who places hiniself under the care of Dr. Johnsicis
may religiously confide •in bis honor as a gent mac, and
confidently rely upon his skill as a physician.
ORGANIC WEA.KNESS fsorkIIIATELY CURED
AND FULL VIGOR RESTORED.
This disease is the penalty most frequently paid by those
who have become the 'victims of improper indulgences.
Young persons are too apt to commit excesses from not
being aware of the dreadful consequences that ensue.
Now, who that undenstawdsthe subject will todeny
that the power of Procreation is lost sooner y those falling
into improper habit than by the prudent. Besidesbeing dee
prived of the pleasure of healthy otllqrring, and the most
serious and destructive sympathy to mind and body miss.
The system becomes deranged the physical arid mental
powers weakened, nervous debility, dyspepsia, pelpitatlewa--
of the heart, indigestion, a wasting of the frame, oottich,
symtoms of consumption.
Ojfice - No. 7, South Fmkrich Sneed,
seven doors from Baltimore street, Raid side, up the 'tops.
Be particular in observing the name antemnber, or you
w ill mistake the place.
A CURE WARRANTED IN TWO DAYS.
No Mercury or Nonseosi
DR. JOHNSTON, Member of the Royal College to
Surgeons. London, graduate &Om one of the matt eminent
Colleges of the United States, and the greater pert at
whose life has been spent in the_ hospitals of London,
Paris, Philadelphia and elsewhere, bas effected some of
the most astonishing cures that were ever known. Many
troubled with ringing in the bead and ears, when asleep,
great nervousness, being alarmed at sodden sowed', and
bashfulness, with frequent blushing, attended sometimes ,
with derangenient of mind, were cured immediately.
A CERTAIN DISEASE!
• When the Misguided and imprudent votary of pleasure
find lie has imbibed the seed of thispainfoldisease, it too of.
ten happens that an ill.tmed sense of shame, ordread of dis
covery, deters him from applying to those who fa= edam
non and respectability can alone befriend hUo, delaying till
the constitutionalsymptomsof thishorriddiseasennaketheu
appearance, nab as ulcerated sore throat, disused nose
nocturnal pains in the head and limbs, diem= of sight
dearness, nobs on the chin, bones and arms, blotches - oaths
head. face and extremities, =minima= with frightful ra
pidity, till at last the palate of the mouth or the boars of
the nose fall in and the victim of this awful disease be.
comes a horrid object of covanslawation. kit death-pate a
period to his dreadful sufferings, by sending him to ' that
bourne from whence no traveler returns.' To such, there
fore, Dr. Johnston pledges himself to preserve the mart
inviolable secrecy ; and from his extensive practios is ther
mal H, x pito ; of Eu ro pe and America, he can confidently
recommend a safe and speedy care to the turforamate
tiro elf this horrid disease.
It is a melancholy fact that thousands hal victims to
this horrid disease owing to the ureskillftrlnem of Ignorant
pretenders who by use'of that dreadful poison, Idensasy,
ruin the Conititutott, and either send the =fortunate to
an tuatimely grime, or make the residue of life miserable.
TAKE PARTICULAR 'NOTICE"!
D r , 3. addresses th - ose who have injured themselves h
'private and improper indulgences.
These are some of the sad and melancholy effects pro
. d u eed by early habits of youth, via r—Wasiknese of the
Bark and Limbs, Pains in the Head, Diamees of flight,
L 069 of Muscular Power, Palpitation of the Heart, by,
pepsin, Nervous Irritability, Derangement of the Diger
tine Functions,- General Debility, Symptoms °ie.:cramp.
the fearful effects on the mind are numb to
be dreaded ; loss of Memory, confusion of Ideas.. Depres
sion of Spirits, Evil Forebodings, Aversion to Society,
Self•Distrrust. Love of Solitude, - Timidity /. eke., ere some
of the evil effects.
Thousands of persona of all ages can now Judge What
Is the cease Of their declining health, loosing their Vigor,
becoming weak, pale, have singular appearance about the
eyes, Cough, and symptoms of Consumption.
Dr. JOHNSTON'S INVIGORATING =REIM
FOR ORGANIC WEAKNESS.
By this and important remedy, Weakness of the
Organs is speedily cured, endfull vigor restored. -
Thousands of the most nervous and debilitated, who
had last all hope, have been immediately relieved, AZ
impedimenta to /damage, Physical or Vestal Dlaqualitl.
cation, Nervous Irritability, Trembling. Weakness or Re•
haustion of the most fearful kind, speedily cured by Dr.
- YOUNG MEN-, -
who have injured themselves by a certain practice. Wei.
ged in when alone—a habit frequently learned from evil
companions, or at school, the effects are nightly felt,' men
when asleep, and if not cured render marriage impawible,
and destroys both mind and body,ahouldapply immediately
What a pity that a young man, the here aide country,
the darling of his parents, should be snatched from all
prospects and enjoyments of life, by the consequence of
deviating from t h e path of nature, and indulging it a cer
tain secret habit. such persons, before contemplating
should redact that a sound mind and body ate the most 04
cessary requisites to promote connubial bapppitsees. losteet,
without three, the journey through life & weary
lagrimrge, tbe prospect hourly darts= to the stew ; cps
mind b e comes shadowed with despair, sod illest with Ow
melancholy reflection, that the happiness of 'asslber
- ce ws blighted with our own,
OFFICE NO. 7 SOUTH VitEDERICE STREET
TO STILABTGERS.—The many thousands aorml 46 this
Institution in Umtata Bfteen years; sad the ernsmesess ists•
pormnt medal Operations perfrumed hytiv. ,3 o ' , UMW
by theof the men, and many sillate mow,
notices o which,have appeared agaltr - statt.aphs,.. before
the public, Is a sufficient guarantee to tt!es
N. B. There are so many Ignorant and Wor t '!" =
advertising themselves as Physicians, ruining toe
of the already afflicted, Dr. Johnston deems it tileepiess7
to say to those unacquainted with his tePatationt , that lab
Drea hang in his Ace-, , i maitto
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