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GENERAL AND LOCAL MATTERS
U. S. GOVERNMENT.
President, Abraham Lincoln, Millais.
Vice-President, ITannibal Jlunrlin, Maine•
Secretary of State, Wm. H. Seward, New York
Attorney General, Edward Bales, Missouri.
Secretary of Treasury, Salmon P. Chose,.Ohio.
Secretary of War, Edwin M. Stanton, Pennsylvania
Secretary of Navy, Gideon G. Sidles, Connecticut.
Secretary of Interior, Caleb B.Smilh, Indiana.
Poet-master General, Montgomery P. Blair, Md.
Chief Justice of the U. S, Roger B. Taney, Md.
Governor, Andrew G. Curtin, Centre.
Secretary of State, Eli Slifer, Union.
Attorney General, Wm. .291. _Meredith, of Phila.
Auditor General, Thomas Cochran, York)
Surveyor General, Ifenry outher, of Elk.
Superintendent of Common Schools, Thomas H. Bur-
State Treasurer, Henry D. Moore, Philadelphia.
Judges of the Supreme Court—Chief Justice—Win•
B. Lowrie; John M. Read. J. M Strong, James
Thompson, G. W. Woodward.
President Judge, James Hill.
Associate Judges, John Orr, J. 0. Carson.
District Attorney, George S. Eyeter.
Prothonotary, A. D. Coalman.
Register and Recorder, E. C. Boyd•
Clerk of the Courts, W. G. Mitchell.
High Sheriff, William .31' Grath-
Deputy Sheriffs, F. Zarinan and T. J. C. IV' Grath,
County ommissioners, T. A. Ester, J. D. Scott,
J. S. Good.
Clerk for County Commissioners. George Foreman.
Directors of the Poor, J. L. Latakaw, Jaco h trickier,
David p enter.
,Attorney and Clerk for the Directors, S. Siriekler
Stewart of the Poor House, John BOwman.
Burgeon, John Rowe, Tr
Town Councilmen, I If Riley, JR Smith, JR Shank,
J Yaw and A J Haus
High Constable, George Gaff
Water` Master, George Fotzinger
Wood Measurer, J Wilson Barr
Clerk of Corporation, John S Pittenger
David Detrieh, (President), J. C. .Ifr Lanalian, (Sec
retary), Daniel Kohler, (Treasurer), Af S Gordon,
W W Fleming, J H Riley, I A Haus.
German Reformed Church, East Baltimore Street.
Rev. T. G. Apple, Pastor. Services every Sabbath
morning at 10f o'clock. Prayer meeting every Tues
day evening Sabbath School in the morning.
l o utheran Church, corner of North and East sts.
Rev. Edward Bridenbaugh, Pastor. Services every
Sunday at 10 o'clock. Prayer meeting every Wed
nesday:evening. Sabbath School at 8 o'clock,a. m-
Presbyterian Church. West Baltimore st Rev.
Wm. T. Beatty, PaStor. Services the first three
Sabbaths in every month, at 11 o'clock, a. m.
Prayer meeting every Thursday evening. Sabbath
School at 2 o'clock. p. m.
M. E. Church, South Carlisle street. Rev. S. M.
Hartsock. Pastor in charge. Services in the even
ing of the Ist and 3d Sabbaths - of each month, and
in the morning of the 2d and 4th Sabbaths. Sab
bath school at 2 o'clock• Prayer „meeting every
U. B. Church, East street.. Rev. Alex. Tripner,
Pastor in charge. Services in the morning of the
let and 3d Sabbaths of each month, and in the even
ing of the 2d and 4th Sabbaths. Sabbath school at
10 o'clock. Prayer meeting every Wednesday even
W. ROWE, Attorney at Law,
• Greencastle, Pe. Office on the Public Square,
next door to the Railroad Tieket Office.
Greencastle, April 2il, 1862-Iy.
SER. COOK. I JOHN STEWART.
g - 10011& STEWART, Atty's at Law.
Office, two doors south of Montgomery's hotel.
Main Street, Chambersburg, Pa. Persons who
speak the German language, having professonal bu
netts. will do well to call on them.
Chambersburg. April 4, 1861-Iy..
NIVRT,Y STRICKLER ,Att'y at Law,
0 Chamberaburg, Pa., will attend promptly to all
professional business entrusted to his care. Office
at his residence, on arket street., one door East of
the Diamond. fl He will attend to legal busi
ness in adjoining counties. may 14.'61
TORN KAUFFMAN, JUSTICE OP
0 THE PEACE, will attend to all business intrus
ted to him. He has always on hand a supply of
Blank Deeds, &c., and will attend promptly to Draw
ing Deeds and other instruments of writing, legally
and correctly. Office in the room formerly occupi
ed by B. B. Bonner, Esq., dec'd, 2d door from the
North East, corner of the diamond.
Greencastle, April 3, 1860-Iy.
TIENTISTRY.---Dr. J. K. Reid, Sur-
GEON DENTEST. Office in r. John Noel's
Building, (Up Stairs) North-East Corner of the Dia
mond, Chambersburg. Feb.21,'60-Iyr.
tR. E. B. HAMlLL—Resident Dentist
—would respectfully announce to the citizens
siciuity, that he has located
• midst, for the practice of his
been very extensively and
in - the practise for the last
iersburg, lie flatters himself,
:ace in the profession, that he
se all that will favor him with
hole or parts of sets of Teeth,
ser or Platina plate, with Blocks
either on the atmospheric
Decayed Teeth permanent
-1 pure Gold. Strict attention
if the Teeth and Gums ; also.
Tegularity of children's teeth ;
;Led with all the ease and dis
ience can afford. All opera
!ease or no charge. Charges
- 4 the times ; advice gratis.—
Call and have your -kh examined. Persons witl
be waited on at their iejtienees, either in the town
or country, when deem, Persons will also be
waited on in Cliambersbuirg s formerly, by addres
sing a note to the subscribe, in Greencastle.
w a r Office and r.esidenceo East Baltimore st.,
in the house formerly occuntd by Mr. Henry
Gardner, deo'd. •
REFERENCES :—Rev. Thos. GI D. D., Drs.
E. Negly, W. R. Smith, R. S. Br-wnson, J. L.
King, Mercersburg, and Dr. Josepiteister, Mill
gar Persons will please notice that,' -ill be ab
sent one week in each month, commenciag y i th t h e
Ist Monday of the month. apr24.'sk,
DR. H. R. FETTERHOPP, Surg ion
Dentist, having located himself perman,, t _
ly in Greencastle, respectfully tenders his pi
sional services to the public generally. Ile is pre
pared to do all kinds of work belonging to his pro-;'
fession, in the most improved style, and on the most
reasonable terms. The public will find it to their
interest to call on the subscriber, for anything in
his line, as he is determined to render satisfaction
o.all who will favor him with their patronage.—
All Work warranted.
Ake Office, in his Picture Gallery, on West Bal
timore street, and nearly opposite Holler's Hotel,
(up stairs), Greencastle, Pa.
Greencastle, Jan, 28, '62.-ly.
THE PILOT :--GREENCASTLE, FRANKLIN CO., PA., FEBELTARY 10, 18Cfl
v I TI3
TON IC,D lURETIC,
44414 / DYSniVIICs
To the citizens of N. Jersey & Pennsylvania
Apothecaries, Druggists, Grocers and
MlA's Pure Cognac Brandy.
Wofre's Pure Mederia, Sherry and Port Wine
Wolle's Pure Jamaica and St. Croix Ruin.
Tirolie's Pure Scotch and Irish Whisky
ALL IN BOTTLES.
TBEG leave to call the attention of the citizens of
the States to the above Wines and Liquors, im
ported by Unemrtto WOLFE, of New York, whose name
is familiar in every part of this country for the puri
ty of his celebrated SCHIEDAN SCHNAPPS. Mr. Wolfe,
in his letter to me, speaking of the purity of his
Wines and Liquors, says "I will stake my reputa
tion as a man, my standing as a merchant of thirty
years' residence in the city of New York, that all the
Brandy and Wines which I bottle are. pure as im
ported, and of the best quality, az./ can be relied up
on by every purchaser." Every bottle has the pro
prietor's name on the wax, and a fac simile of his
signature on the certificate. The public are respect
fully invited to call and examine for themselves.—
For sale at Retail by all Apothecaries and Grocers ba.
Philadelphia GEORGE H. ASHTON,
No. 832 Market st., Phila.
Sole Agent for Philadelphia.
Read the following from the New York Courier:
Enormous Businees for one New York Merchant
We are happy to inform our fellow citizens that there
is one place in our city where the physician, apothe
cary, and country merchant, can go and purchase
pure Wines and Liquors, as pure as imported, and
of the best quailty. We do not intend to give an
elaborate description of this merchant's extensive
business, although it will well repay any stranger or
citizens to visit Unoi.ruo WOLFE'S extensive ware
house, Nos. 18, 20 and 22, Beaver et., and Nos. 17,
19 and 21, Marketfield st. His stock of Schnapps on
hand ready for shipment could not have been less than
thirty thousand cases; the Brandy: some ten thous
and cases—Vintages of 1836 to 1856 ; and ten thous
and cases of Madeira, Sherry and Port Wine. Scotch
and Irish Whisky, Jamaica and St. Croix Ruin, some
very old and equal to any in this country. He also
had three large cellars, filled with Brandy, Wine, &c.,
in casks, under Custom-House key, ready for bot
tling. Mr. Wolfe's sales of Schnapps last year
amounted to one, hundred and eighty thousand dozen,
and we hOpe in less than two years he may be equal
ly successful with the Brandies and Wines.
His business merits the patronage of every lover
of his species. Private families who wish pure Wines
and Liquors for medical use should send their orders
direct to Mr: Wolfe, until every Apothecary in the
land make up their minds to discard the poisonous
stuff from their shelves, and replace it with Wolfe's
pure Wines and Liquors.
We understand Mr. Wolfe, for the accommodation
of small dealers in the country, puts up assorted
eases of Wines and Liquors. Such a man, and such
a merchant., should be sustained against his tens of
thousands of opponents in the United States, whc
sell nothing but imitations, ruinous alike to human
health and happiness. Sept. 11, 1860-6 m.
WILL DO WELL BY OETTING THEIR
KELLER & PLUM.
lst.—They.,are built under the care of the old
and experienced Drill builder, under whose care
they have always been built heretofore.
2d.—As we are the only men who are building
Keller's Guano Drill, and the Plain Drill, in Green
Bd.—As,our Plain Drills built this season can bb
changed to Guano Dills, cheaper than any other
4th.—As our Plain Drills have some good improve
ments this season, which will be patented by John
sth.—:ls Grain Drills that come from Greencastle
this season, and have not KELLER'S name upon
the Drill, are not built under the care of the old
and experienced Drill Maker.
las.. All persons who want the genuine GREEN
CASTLE GRAIN DRILLS will please send
their orders to KELLER & PLUM, Green
castle, Pa. Persons will find our Shop l squares
south of the Diamond, on Railroad street.
KELLER Sr, PLUM,
gay 20, '62. Greencastle, Franklin co., Pa
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TERMS $1 PER ANNUM for a single copy or 11
copies for one year for $lO.
jaPA Address JAMES P. BARR,
Editor and Proprietor,
Corner Fifth and Wood Sts., Pittsburgh, Pa.
gEr Send your money - by mail at my risk.
MM N. DEMOREST'S
QUARTERLY MIRROR of 'FASHIONS
rrITE Summelnumber will contain four large and
I splendid :Fashion-plates, three full-sized Pat
terns, comprising the New French Waist, an Elegant
Sleeve, and a Misses Sack, together with nearly 100
Engravings of all Surrnev7 e
Cloak& Trimr4.!lvs, .4.lrm.r.t, Etc., aol val
uable inforinutOn to Milliners,iDress:Makers. Moth
ers and Ladies ganerally, presenting the largest. and
best Fashion Nlagazibe in the World ; published 473
Broadway, and sold everywhere at 25 cents, or sent
by mail lost free, on receipt of the amount; yearly
$1 with the following valuable premium.
Each yearly,subseriher will he entitled to the se
lection of 50 cents worth of plain patterns, from the
design in the book, or from the show room, or they
may be ordered and sent by mail any time during
the year, by paying the postage. Splendid induce
molts to Canvassers. Summer number will be ready
on or about the First of May.
April 29, 1852.
¢, GENTS wanted to sell Cary's Patent
Cap and Breast Lantern. To those furnish
ing satisfactory references, a liberal salary and
eximlses will be paid. The article is needed by
every farmer and mechanic in the country, and
will meet with ready sal e . For particulars
Addr ess J C CARY, Patentee
Jan 17,M—It. 81 Nassua, Street.
SALE DILLS PRINTED HERE. NEATLY 4ND
ARCH STREET, ABOVE THIRD.
UPTON S. NEWCOMER,
This Hotel is central, convenient by Passen
ger Cars to all parts of the city, and in every par
ticular adapted to the comfort and wants of the
TERMS $1.50 PER DAY.
October 22, 1861-Iy.
[LATE UNION HOTEL.]
JACOB rirDONAILD, PIROPRIETOB
Boarders taken by the day, week or month:
Jan. 8, 1861-tf
SCHAFHIRT, WUNDERLICH So CO.,
Forwarding & Commission Meroharid,
South Car ole Street, Greencastle, Penn'a.
rlipHE subscribers are now prepared, at their new
..EL and commodious Warehouse, to receive and
forward to and from Philadelphia and Baltimore,
all kinds of prodtice and merchandize entrusted to
their care at the lowest rates, and with d 4 spatch,
and respectfully solicit. a liberal share ofpatronage,
N. B.—All goods left at the depot of Peacock,
Zell & Hinchnian, Nos, 808 and 810,,Market Street.,
f'ai; or with Mathews & Zollickoffer,
No. 128, North Howard Street. Baltimore, Md.,
shall be forwarded with dispatch All goods should
he marked, care of Schafhirt, Wunderlich & Co.
They will keep constantly on hand and for sale, the
Lyken's Valley, Broken Egg a Lime foal.
(direct from the mines,) Wilkesharre and Pint
Grove Foundry Coal; Salt, Plaster and Hancock
Cement, all of which they will sell cheap for cash
They will always pay the highest market price in
WHEAT RYE, OATS; CORN AND FLOUR.
SCHAFHIRT, WUNDERLIC.H & CO..
C. W. EYSTER & CO,
Forwarding and Commission Nerchanu,
On North Carlisle and North sts.,, Greencastle. Pa.
IV HE subscribers are now prepared, at , their new
I Warehouse, to receive and forward to and from
Philadelphia and Baltimore, all kinds of produce
and merchandise, with dispatch, and at the LOWEST
POSSIBLE RATES, and respectfully solicit a share
of patronage. All goods left, at the depot of W.
R. Burk, No, 812, Market Street, Philadelphia, or
Dueller & Frick, No. 165. North Street, Baltimore,
Md., will be forwarded with dispatch.
The highest market price will be paid for
Flout, Wheat, Rye, Oats, and Corn.
IM. All goods should be marked in care of f;
W. Eyster & Co. J. R. SMITH,
Apr24,'60.1y. Agent at Greencastle.
J. W. BARIt. I MATTHIAS HEAD.
IHE undersigned, thankful!' or the encouragement
they have already received, would respectfully
ask a continuance of the same. They have always
on hand a large and complete assortment of every
thing in their line of business, embracing
Cook, Parlor, Sitting Room, Office,
and other Stoves:for burning Coal or Wood. Also,
Tin, Copper, Japaned and Sheet Iron ware, in great
made on the shortest notice, for Churches, Dwelling
Houses, Barns, Sze., Busing none other than the
best material; being determined to sell as cheap as
the cheapest, they hope to receive a liberal share of
Patronage. ' J. W. BARR St. CO.,
South East corner of the Diamond
Rasp A Look Out
GEORGE A. BERT'S
ST= MSS' &To em® :I'J efrn
East Baltimore street, three doors east of A. L.
Irwin St Son's Hardware Store
ir i_EORGE A. BERT takes pleasure in informing
1 01 his friends and the public generally, that he
has opened a new Boot and Shoe Shop, in the room
formerly occupied by John Bert, where he will be
prepared at all tames, to manufacture Ladies', Gen -
demos' and Boys Boots and Shoes, at the shortest
notice, and upon the most reasonable terms. He,
feels confident his work will give satisfaction.
Greencastle, April 9, 18(31-tf
lOLLOCK'S DANDELION COFFEE
--This preparation, made from the best. Java
Coffee, is recommended by physicians as a superior
NUTRITIOUS BEVERAGE for General Debility,
Dyspepsia, and all bilious disorders. Thousands
who have been compelled to abandon the use of cof
fee willuse this without injurious effects. One can
contains the strength of two pounds of ordinary
offee. Price 25 cents.
The . purest and best 'Baking Powder known, for
making light, sweet and nutritious bread and cakes
Price 15 cents. •
M. H. KOLLOCK, Chemist,
Corner of Broad and Chestnut AS'treets,
And sold by all DRUGGISTS and GROCERS
New Remedies for Spermatorilima.
LIONFARD ASSOCIATION, PHILA—
DELPHIA, a Benevolent institution establish
ed by special endowment, for the Relief of the Sick .
and Distressed, afflicted with virulent and Epidemic
Diseases, and especially for the Cure of Diseases of
the Sexual Organs.
Medical advice given gratis, by the Acting Surge
on. Valuable Reports on Spermatorrhcea, and och
er Diseases of the Sexual Organs, and on the NEW
REMEDIES employed in the Dispensary, sent in
sealed letter envelopes, free of charge. Two or three
stamps for postage acceptable.
Address, Dr. J. SKILLIN HOUGHTON, Acting
Surgeon, lloward Association, No. 2 South Ninth
Street, Philadelphia. Pa. By order of the Directors.
EZRA D. HEARTWELL, Prest.
GEO. FAIRCHILD, Sec'y [Mar. 21, '6l.
NOTICE.—A long time having now elapsed
lei since the dissolution of the firm of BONNER
& WCRORY, and many claims for Sn'mcripticin
and Advertising still remaining unpaid, the surviv
ing partner, desirous to settle finally with the Ad
ministrator of B. B. Bonner, dec'd, has determined
to leave the books of the firm with Justice Rowe
that the accounts due the firm may be placed in
course of collection by law after lhe first day of
January next, unless sooner paid.
JAMES IV. M'CRORY,
Surviving partner of the firm of Bonner & M'Crory.
Anvil 9, 18fi1.
A. MATH lOT & SON'S
Sofa and Furniture Warerooms,
Nov. 25 and '27 North Gay Street,
(NY.AI3. PAYETTE STREET,)
Extending from (lay to Frederick street, and not ex
celled in the Union.
.ILLWAYS on hand a large assortment of every
HOUSEHOLD AND OFFICE
Furniture, embracing Bureaus, sofas, assorted colors
of Cottage Furniture, Bedsteads, Tele-a-Teles, Settees,
Washstands, II ardrobes, Arm, Wood, Office, Rocking,
and Barbar Chairs, Etageres. Marble Tables. Sideboards,
Spring _Beds, Mattresses of Husk, Cotton and Hair, Re
ception and Upholstered Chairs, Cribs and Cradles, Ex
tension Tables of every length.
Air. Persons disposed to purchase are invited to
call and give our stock an examination, which, for
variety and quality of workmanship, cannot be ex
celled by any establishment. in the country.
A. .MATIIIOT & SON,
Nos. 25 and 27 North Gay street,
Jan. 29, 1861-Iy. Baltimore, Md.
HOME JOURNAL FOR 1861.
NEW SERIES.-NEW FRATURES:-NEW TYPE
Morris and 117114, Editors
new series of this widely ciroulated family
newspaper, will be, commenced on the fifth
day of January next—printed on fine paper and
new type. With the January number will begin
the publication of a series of beautiful ori g inal
works of fact and fiction, written expressly for the
Home Journal, by the best authors of Arne Flea—
. first of these is from the facile pen of a well
known and highly gifted author, and is a powerful
ly written, startling, mysterious, and deeply interesting
history of courtship and married life. This charmin
story will be succeeded by others of a similar de
i'cription, several of which are already in prepar
ation. All the former peculiar features of the pa
'per, which have given it a wide-world reputation,
will be continued, while the several new ones will
add infinite variety to its already diversified pages
Among them are a number of fresh, spicy, amus
ing, original sketches, which smack and relish of
the wit, humor, raciness brilliancy, and sparkle of
the times. As heretofore, no labor or expense will
he spared to maintain the high reputation of the
Home Journal, which is everywhere, both at home
and abroad, acknowledged to be the most refined
and elegant repertory of literature and the arts on
this side of the sea, and the best and cheapestfamily
newspaper in the world. As no more copies of
the new series will be printed than are ordered.
those who desire to begin with the commencement
of the volume will be able to do soy forlwarding
their subs—iptions without delay.
Taneis.--For one copy, $2, for three copies, $5
—or one copy for three years, $5 ; for a club of
of seven copies, $10; for a club of fifteen copies,
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Address MORRIS AND WILLIS,
Editors and Proprietors ; 107 Fulton St., N. Y.
AMERICAN AGRICULTURIST. .
(issued in both English, and German,)
A thorough going, Reliable and Practical Journal,
devoted to the different departments of Soil
Culture—such as growing Field Crops ; Orchard and
Garden Fruits; Garden Vegetables and Flovors
Trees, Plants and Flowers, for the Lawn or Yard;
in . -door and out-door works around the dwelling:
care of Domestic
,Animals, &c., &c.•
The teachings of the Agriculturist are confined to no
State or Territory, but are adapted to the wants of ail
sections of the country—it is, as its name indicates, trtilg
American in its character.
The German edition is of the same size and price
as the English, and contains all its reading matter,
and its numerous illustrative engravings.
Terms—invariably in advance: copy one year,
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time for which it is ordered expires. All business
and other communications should be addressed to
the Editor and Proprietor, ORANGE JUDD,
JanBl.'6o. 189 Water st., N. Y.
OMNIBUS LINE BETWEEN
GREENCASTLE . AND WAYNESBOR
Tiffundersigned would respectfully announce to
the traveling public; that a very
Large and Commodious Omnibus
is run daily between Greencastle and Waynesboro'
by him, leaving Waynesboro' in the morning and
reaching Greencastle in due time for the early train
Eastward, on the Franklin Railroad, and leaving
Greencastle, on the arrival of the train from the East,
returning to Waynesboro' on the same day.
His Omnibus is Comfortable and Safe,
and he , promises no pains will be spared to secure
comfort and safety to all who may encourage this
line. SNIAIIEL P. STONER.
Greencastle, August 14, 1860.-tf.
NEW BARBER SHOP!
it before the.people! Proclaim it. from
the house-top ! Spread the glad tidings in
Greencastle and surrounding country, that the best
place to be Shaved, have Hair Cut., &c., is at the
new shop just opened on East Baltimore street, in
the room formerly occupied by Lewis Canter, as a
tailor shop, one door west of John Rowe, Esq's of
Mir All those wishing to have a good Shave will
do well to call and give him a trial.
S. C. RICARDSON
greencristle, April 9, 1861.-tf.
POND'S EXTRACT OF HAMAMELIS,
0 PAIN DESTROYER
Is one of the few domestic remedies which have
come into general use and favor, without, puffing.—
It is the product of a simple shrub, harmless in all
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Burns, Cuts, Bruises, Soreness, Lameness, Sprains,
Rheumatism, Boils, Ulcers, Old Sores and Wounds, it
has not an equal. It is also used, with great success,
for Toothache, Headache, lauralgia, Sore Throat,
Colic, Diarrhoea, Hoarseness, and other similar trouble
some and painful affections, while it prompty ar
rests all Hemorrhages. Hundreds of physicians use
it daily in their practice, and give it their unquali
fied recommendation. Sold by our agents and deal
ers, and by
P. HUMPHREYS & CO., 562 Broadway,
SOLE PROPRIETORS AND MANUFACTURERS,
May 8,—'60, ly.
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of the country.
We have always stood up for the
town and for old Antrim, and all we
ask in return is a fair encouragement.
No effort shall be spared to make our
paper useful, instructive and enter
life" Those of our friends who are compet
ing for the premium inducements offered by
us, would do well to hand in their list of names
as early as possible. Even if a single name,
we would prefer having it at once. Some are
of the opinion that it is necessary to withhold
tl*ir list until the end of the term. This is
not so. Every subscriber sent to us is placed
to the account of the procurer thereof, and the
person who has procured for us the largest num
ber of subscribers by the 4th of July, 1862,
will be awarded the highest premium, etc.—
J. W. M'CRORY,
Grenoastle, Franklin Co., Pa
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Tin, will save mvaey by calling at
splenlid article New Orleans molasses °cat. ,
12 vents, RILEY & Co'n•
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