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EY Iif'CLURE & STONER,.
Gov. Canto, Visits vi" osbington—nottge
of the Dentortats to Defeat the Bight
of the Soldiers to Vote-Senator Kin
- sey—Eleetion or Hon. Henry D. Moore
a* Treasurer—Visit of Gene. Burnside
and Hancoek-llovemenis toward the
i s enitt—The Military Claim BM.
Con:eNaudertee of the Franklin Repositore.
- HaentenCne, March :H.
Got. Curtin returned from Washington on
- Wednesday. He had been there to secure the
:IleceSsery appropriation by Congres ; to pay the
State Militia, who se promptly responded to his
to, join in repelling the inversion of the
_Zack There is every prospect lot' the appro
-priation being made. The last 'call fen- State
- i,BB made under the direct authority of
-the President, rinT - Congress cannot' hesitate
about anthoriling the payment of the men.
• The Dernocrahs are, as a party, opposed to the
',proposed amendments to the elittatittitionallow
leg - soldiers to vote'; but they'ain tno cowardly
to vote squarrly tag tinst the mensnre. They
therefore resort to every indirect method of
'itillingdt; bat theY'haVe totelly - ; failed • There
tire two distiuctansendutente to ; the constitution
pendiug. One allows soldiers to vote, and
- the other relates to an entirely different subject
fte-prohibiting legislation where courts have
. power; &e. • Before constifittional amendments •
tan be submitted to a vote of the people, they
Must pasStWo'eensertitive sessions of the legis
leturetwithont amendment. HQ th4rstprop
onititirt:-Abirt authorizing soldiers to vote.-bee.n
carried, and theseeondproposition been defeat
:.ed,-it would hare postponed _ the alitendfuent of
, the eattstitation for one year at least, a nd prerenti
ed soldiers front rating at the: next Presidential
eleetipn • The Democrats of the House there
fore resolved to profess friendship for the sot
• diers by voting for that proposition; but to
defeat it iu fact by voting down the second .
proposition. , Every _vote thus given was a
direot'vote against the' right of suffrage to the
soldiexa,mted it cannot be otherwise explained.
Both Swarm and HOaiTOX voted against the
second Proposition—thus voting in fact against
submitting any amendments to the people this
year, which would of necessity . have defrauded
our brave soldiers out Of their votes ut the next
eleetion. It did not succeed however. ' The
'Unions men, by a patty rote,- carried the
amendments and they will be submitted to the
people on the 4th ofJuly next fur adoption. As
a matter of interest I append the vote in the
House on the Becondproposition:
Yr.a§—Messrs. Allenutn, Balshaell, Barnett,
Ingham, Uillingfelt, Bowman, (Lancaster,)
Bretwit, l3hrgain, Cochran, (Erie ? ) Cochran,
- ((Philadelphia,)- Coleman, Hermiston, Etnier,
Foster, Glaes,Onerusey,llitslett,lleury, Herron,
Huston, Keiser, Kelley, Kerns. (Philadel
phia,) Konnee,treee: 3ljCirllan, M'Kee,
• :trie, Mayer, llarsh, Marshall, (Dem.) Miller,
glee, 99 - 111441-01 - ttrvip..,l Paneeast,
rice, Kiwi, Slack,- Smith;
'(Laneaater.)'Senith - , (Philadelphi - .) Stanberger,
Sutphitf,,Watt, Watson, Welts, White, Windle,
NA is--Afessrs.Alexunder, (C la rio n,) Barger,
Beck; Bowman,'(Ctemberland,) Boyer, Grab er,
Hakett, Hargnett, Hophins, Hoover, HORTON,
..;Josephs, Kerns, '(Schuylkill,) Kline, Long,
Mllanns, 3fissimer, 3leyers, Noyes, Pershing,
Potteiger, Purdy, Quigley, Reiff, Rex, Riddle,
R r binson, Schofield, SILIRPE, Shimer, Spang
- Walsh, Weaver, W "ser and Wimley.-35.
It will be remembered that in the Senate
everyfpemocratic ineMber• bid Mr. Kinzey, of
Beeks,.voted sqUarely against the right of the
. toddieri to - vote, and Mr. Marshall, of Adams, is
the only exception, in the House.
Senator Kiuzy deserves especial credit for his
manliness throughout the whole 'struggle of the
revolutionists in the Senate. He voted to go
Antaij obit. convention, and did go with the Union
Senators, to count and declare the vote for
Governor. ;He toted squarely with the Union
Senators toreeommend- an increase in the pay
of our soldiers, and voted also squarely in favor
:of both theproposed amendments of the Con
stitution so as to confer the right of suffrage .
upon our soldiers. He is a plain, unassuming,
intelligent and most upright man, and he will
.not be dragooned into voting against our heroic
volunteers, or to disorganize the government,
on any technical plea. He is highly respected
on both-sides of the Senate for his indepen- .
denee and integrity.
Hon. Henry D. Moore, of Philadelphia, was
elected State Treasnreron Wednesday evening
last, over Hon. Wm. V. M'Grath, the present
incumbent. ; The vote was 66 for Moore and
56 for M'Gratb Mr. Moore has already been
Treasurer alittle more than two years—having
been eleetial to till the vimaney created by Mr:,
Slifer goingluto the cabinet in 1861. and re
elected for t(d' two succeeding years. He is
one of the molt active Union men in the city,
and has proved himself entineutly fitkod to
mirage the fipauces of the State. He was
chosen 'to Congress in 1848; -was re-elected in
yB5O, and Was the Union candidate for Mayor
of Philadelphia in 1856„Although representing
heavy commercial interests in Congress, he op
posed the Fugitive Slave law, and has ever bat
- tied in behalf of Freedom. ' Mr. M'Grath, the
present Democratic incumbent, is an excellent
officer and will retire respected by all parties. '
- The legislature was honot;ed on Thursday last
'by a visit froth Maj,.(Gerts. Burnside and Han
' ends- In obedience to an invitation from the`]
.legislature, they entered the Rail and spoke
front the Speaker's stand." They both compg
• merited the Pennsylvania troops in their corn
-. wands, and declared the utmost confidence' in
the speedy - Overthrow of the rebellion. - Gen.
' Han'eoek was ordered to the Army of the Poto
„mac- on Friday` last, where he will command
one of the three corps or grand divisions. Gen.
Burnside, it is said, will 'rendezvous his corals
- at Annapolis, as rumor it, to proceed to
'North Carolina ; but it is not much out of the
• way to 'guess that he will not be far from Lieut.
Gen. Grant when he-makes hit movement with
the Army of the Potoraae. The Invalid Corps
have all been eallekin to man the fortifications;
the women have' b6en sent 'to the rear; balls
and festivities in 'can't') have been suspended,
and Grant is gaintto the front! An 'earnest
"(fin to.Richmond?' is , en,liands just now, and
the Hero of"
o yosop, yieluibilrg and - Chatta
nooga, is about to.rnepi!re skill and mettle with
the Hero or Frede s thshnrg and Chancelbirs
ville. Heafen proteo the Old Flag and its
The legislatnie_,a) l 4eurned hn Thursday at
noon to visit the Agricultural 6olVege in Centre
county, and a mainly of the members went
off on the e,seuraiim-,- • -
The bill reintiye to military damages hts net
been reported yet ,by-- the conithitle'e on Federal
Relations. - A meeting will be held on Wednes
day, when a report will probably be agreed
upon. • .; -• HortAcE..
Gen. Grant's.'"litigt to Washington—Gen.
!geode's Health—Probability of a New
Count/Ander for the Arnty.of the Po
tomac—Geis. Lewis Wallace Assigned
to the Middle liepartment, dm.
comespondenec I . he Fqatklin,Repositors.
AVA§VIIGI ; ON, March 14, 1864.
Gen, Grant has b,l here and gone after a
sojourn of only foul - 410. What changes he
has suggested, or Whethe - r the coming here was
only to receive his eommisifon as Lieut. Gen.
has not as yet leaked oat. The little time he
staid was not spent 1 . 4 idleness and setting him- .
Fclfup as aglow, as i satt'io comnion with sh
straps when on a visit to this city. , [He comes
ris a civilian _and simply registers his naine.as
"1 7 . S. Grunt and Son, Nashville, Tennessee."
Other Generals always prefix some,- and all the
titles they can to their names. Invitations to
Theatres are extended to him, - and great
" posters" are stuck up telling the People
"that Gen. Grant will be present to-night," the
crowd rush thilre and fill the Theatre to saffo,
cation—but he comes not. The bills. for the
next &ening announce the same thing. The
crowd again rush up .as the - night before—and
while all this is going on Gen. Grant is leaving
'the. City far behind, do his way- to the West.
The crowd as on the previous evening retire to
their homes, - sadly disappointed. If Barbital
had turned his "What is it" loose upon the
street the cariosity of the people would not have
been greater to see it, than it has been to see
Grant. Very -few got•to see him, and the few
that did minutia idta soarnich, that he remark
ed to a friend that be was - "tired of the•show
business" and immeaiately.packed up his traps
and left Washington 'far behind him, and this is
about allwe know of Grant's visit to Washing
tons yet. He spent half of his time in the
ArmyW iliii - Potomae.. And we all trust and
pray, that he has suggested some plan by which
`Corps and Division commanders may pull
together, throwing jealousy aside, and let's have
no more re-enactments of "Mine Ilivey."'
The Physicians 'Meailkt, advise him
agains.t entering on a campaign with. the Army
of the Po'tomac, on aecount of the late attack
of Pneumonia; which came near proving fatal.
So we ore to have a new commander. Most
probably Gen. _Sedgwiek. Rumor has it how
ever, that Geu::Grant has suggested, Gen. W.
F. Smith, of whore he holds a very high bpinion
as,'a brave and skillful °Keen A few days more
and si - e shall know.
Maj. Gen. Lewis 7411 ace, of Indiana, has
been Itssigned to the lad oftheMid f dle Depart
ment, This is the second of • the Military Geo
°graphical Deirartments, composed o the States
of New Jersey, Pennsylvania, DelaN‘kare, West
ern Virginia, the eastern share of Maryland and
Virginia and a few counties of Maryland adj ain
ing Baltimore. Gen. Wallace bears an excellent
record as a skillful and brave officer. He 'was
in politics, Douglas Douglas Democrat, or rather a
Slavery litirnocrat uutil the' breaking out 'of
this war, but is now one of , the most ardent
advocates of the Government, and opposed in
eery shape and form to the institution' of
- The Provost Makud 'clencral had decided,
that although States had filled up their quotas,
yet if any District in the 'State had not filledup
the quota, assigned to that particular District a
draft should take place in the District. Mr.
Solicitor Whiting has reversed this decision,
andlence if the quota of the whole State is filled,
do draft will take place. -
The most recent arrival of Generals in this
City are, Burnsides, _Smithy McCook, Critten
den and Wallace, all of whom are now here.
Up to March 12th the 'Board of Examiners
;fir-colored officers hive examined 1718-appli
cants, of which " 934 were recommended for
commission and 784 rejected.
Senator Hicks of Maryland having, sprained
his leg—Erysipelas attacked it—and mortifiea
tion about to follow, caused the Physicians,
Drs: Smith and IThss, td :amputate below the
knee. It was successfully done. Much anxiety,
is felt for his recovery. s. c,
Lieut. Gen. Grant in Command—Rehel
Captures within sight otWashington
_craws. Sawyer and Flynn—Pennsyl
vania Union Association—Col. J.
Sandersen—Mr. Saulsbury's Speech—
The ReWillie from Commutation Fees
Corresniinclefice of:the Franklin Repbsitory.
WASIIINGTON CITY, March 18,, 1864. ,
iLielitetkant General Grant has assumed com
mand of the armies of the :UMW States. lif4
head-quarters will be in' the field, and until fur
ther orders, with the Army of the Pittoinac.
He will arrive here next Monday, and general
, Meade will, at his request, on acdount of
sickness', take his farewell of the Army of the
Potomac. This he does with extreme regret,
but trusts that in a few weeks his health -swill
be so improved that he may be again assigned
to active duty., . •
An entire re-organization, thoroughly and of-.
fectually, will be at one entered into, under
the direct supervision of Geti. Grant. We pray
that Gen. Grant, in this huge undertaking-?f
CHANBER,SBITRG, PA., WEDNEgPAY, nitCif 23 t . 1864.
LIEUT. CEN. ULYSSES S. CRAINIT'
commanding this arcuy,'may be more successful
than the many Generals who *INQ 'preceded
himi_ The eyes of the whole country, and of
the world we might say, are and will be cen
tred on him, audit is " make ,or break."
Officers in the army will hereafter, in order
to visit this city, be required tnittain a special
permit from the War Depar;Z . t. .For This
purpose they must address .04(if tt i,leck, and
state the nature of the basine;=S for which they
desire permission_ Brig. Gen. A. Meredith
left this afternoon for St. Louis, where he has
heen ordered to report to Gen. Roseerans for
• On Wednesday n party, of four Guerillas cap
tured corporal Fraynor and (another Union
soldier near Munson's Hill within sight of this
city. The two were' taken into -the woods
where was o citizen prisoner,,' and the three
were then left in charge of ta•o gnards'artned
with shot guns and revolvers. Corp. Fraynor
watched his opportunity when seizing arevolver
he shot both of the guards: One of the rebels
killed was Lieut. Hopkins. The bodies of the,
two rebels were hurried at Fort Albany. A
complimentary order was toLdayissued to the
capts.Sawyer and Flynn wham the rebels had
condemned to'be hunc in retaliation for the ex
ecution of two spies by Gen. Burnside, arrived
last evening direct from Lihl Prison. All the
prisoners lately released were selected men.
lone were perinitted to come, that did not pass
a thorough inspection and pass as men fit for
active duty. Tlreinpon theverge of the grave
from starvatioLcAtliickness were not - a:lowed
to come—not one. The idea:was to create 111
impression in the North, that "Prison life in
Dixie," was not - as represented. This dodge
will not take.
The loyal Pennsylvanians resident in this city
have'organized an- associatiOn, of which Hon.
J. K. Morehead is President; and an Executive
Committee composed of one member from each
'Senatorial district throughout the State; for the
pUrpose of co-operating with the County Exec-,
(dive Committees at home mainly in supply
ing them with documents and any other infer
mation that may be of use }during the coming
campaign, and which can he "collected at the
Rooms have been: secured over Par
ker's store, on Pennsylvania Avehue, directly
opposite the Metropolitan Hotel. The first
regular meeting was held la's t evening and was
largely attended. Eloquent Addresses were de
liVered by Col. J. W. PornOlind Hon. Edward
31'Pheison. The Pennsylvanians here, of, W hem
there are about foiir hundred, are determined
to do their share in the coming struggle.
Grace Greenwood has genci down to the Ar,
f the Potomac, on invitation of officers of
the 2il Corps, to ‘deliver a course of. lectlires.
This is a novel idea, but doubt the soldiers
will appreciate it.
Lieut. Col. James M. Sanderson, Commissa
r}- of the Ist Army Corps, ANT:is among the last
batch of prisoners arrived ,from Richmond.
Charges had been preferred niainst him by. Col.
Straight, to the effect that While in Libby Pri
son our men had planned for an escape, and
when about to make the attempt, after all the
arrangements had been made; Col. Sanderson
dischised to the Rebel authorities information ,
of the plot, whereby the 'Whole plan was frus
trated, and it was not for months after that an'
escape was effected, and that by a totally - dif
ferent arrangement from the first. If the char
ges provone, an example should be made of
him. He ; 'Was arrested on his arrival here, lms.,
released on parole,
and has gone home to ewl
York: He has not been sent to Port Lafayette
as reported. •
Yesterday Mr. Saulsbury delivered another
negro equality speech, relative to the privileg
of negroes riding in the street cars. Mr. Mor
rill gicve him a scathing rebuke. Mr. - Saulsbury
referred to christianity and the gentlemanly in
stincts of the white race; which he desired not
to outrage. Mr. Morrill showed him that from
all history christianity Is;as op used to hl3ar
gurnent, and from the census that, the gentle%
manly!' instincts of which he spoke, had not
prevented the presence of half a million of mu
lattoes in the South.
According to the complete, footing up of the.
draft of last year by ProvestAlarshal Pry, there
have been received from commutation; $16,000,-
. 000, of which sum Vr,C1.00,000 has only as yet
been paid Ont: fop stbstitittes s. c. '
FLouß'wtis Polling in Richmoadatinst advic ea
at $275 to $3OO par barred, boon $7 tQ Per
Found,, butter_ sy, to. fal) peg pond,
--The ITnioh 'men of Montgomery county
111 d., have nominated the Hon. R. T. Belie
Francis P. tlair; Sr., and S. H. Allnutt, as can
didates for the CoMititutional Convention. l -
- 7 4 n exchange says the New York Herald
has changed its programme, and noVgoes for
Grant on Mondays instead of Tuesdays—reser
ving the latter for its McClellan day. Thursday
is still its Fremont day.
dispatch from St. Louis says that the
Quincy' Tribune, the leading Radical paper Of
Illinois, has hoiite4 Fremont's name, and that
all the German' papers of Missothi, With one
exception, had done the same. -
-At the recent election in Tennessee 40,000
votes were cast. Union candidates were every
where Chosen. -It is believed thiit there will be
ad-almost-unanimous delegation in the ensuing
convention in favor - oln free constitution. '
—Hon. Jere Clemens, of Huntsville, Alaba
ma, formerly Milted, States -Senator, presided
over and tuldre,ssed; a large - Union meeting at
that place on, the sth instant. Highly loyal
resolutions were passed, and another convent
tion was called.
—The Albany .rournai,says: "The defeat of
the !Peac' bemocracy of Utica, ' the home of
Governor Sep:mar,' is most gratifying and
significant The change from sir hundred
Pernomiita to fifty' Union, :indicates a complete
revolution iu public pentiment"
The late New York "election exhibits the;
Fin*Ll.:q, that in connties where thcDomoc
racy'ate t estrofigest, there we find the:largeit
vote recorded against the proposition, , te allow
the soldiers to Note. Copperheads Ett.ve more
sympathy with the rebels than with ttiose who
are fighting them. ,
—lt is,alleged that the friends of general
Fremont now propose to bring him forward as',
a candinate for President with'out reference to
the ',Union National
,Convention ; and that to
this end a miss convention has been called at
Cleveland, on the 10th of, May next, hoping
thereby to fOrestril the legitimate, action ofthe
party in ..Inne.l
—,The fell returns from New Harnpshirie will
settle the Union majority at-about 5,000. The
_vote is about 1,300 more than that of last
yehr. The Legislature will probably stand
thus: Union—Senate, 9; House, 207. ' Demo).-
crate—Senate, 3; Reuse, 124. Union majority
on joint ballot, 89 ; last yea'r 53. This will do.'
It issupposed that .Franklin Pierce- is not so
'-much a candidate - for the United States Senate
in New Hampshire as he vas. -
-Mr. Bryant. a Democrat, of New York
City, has introduced in the Assealy a series of
resolutions declaring that the war - Must be
prosectild until 'slavery is annihinted, and that
the constitutional ''abrogationof slavery would
clear the path to our manifest destinpand pro
duep the, restoration of a united nation, - and
requesting Congress to submit to the peOple the
constitutional 'amendment forever prohibiting
and terminating slavery.
"JIMARY OF IVAIt NEWAL
2 ,,,, i
tches from Columbus say that alitthe
cetera egiments in' Ohio belonging to the
Pepartit eat of the South have been ordered, to
the Army of the Potomac. : , , ,
—"lklaj: Gen. Sigel' arrived' at Wheeling:on
the 10th and assumed - emmtind of the Depitrt
ment'of West Virginia; in place of Ga. Kelly.
His headquarters are . at Cumberland, Md.
--Gen. Banks is to be reinforced with negro
troops, While.two corps aro to be sent from the
Mississippi river to 'the Potomac army, which
will probably be increased to two hundred and
—We learn from the Greensburg Herald, that
Col. Dick Coulter,,of 'the veteran and glorious
old' " . I;_?,ov,enth,"'..has succeeded in filling :his
r e i l inwat, and will leave Westmorekina county
inAkfe.v. days for the, Army of the Potomac.
- '-'4 l itajnr3ll.llchael, Assistant Adjutant Gen.
of the ;tut* Cuniberland, arrived in Phil.
adelidain on Wednesday, direct from ghatta
lump, Ife'reporta :our Western, army in the
tinost condition. News of Gen; Grant'apromo
tion was received with great entlinsinam.
'==The remrganizafion of the. Army of i:ho'
Potomac is imirogreat - 3. The number of Ceips
will be reduced to tbroer—the - First
being absorbed into the Sdeond, 'Fifth and
Sixth-to be commanded respectively by Major
Gens, Hancock, - Warren and. 30dg - wick. .
—Oa the night of the 9th i stant n expe
dition leftJacksotiVilie, Florid. , pro eeded up
the St. John's river, and captured the town of
Pilatka, a distance of sixty Miles from Jack-.
sonville. The place is to be fortified and held
by our troops. Large 'amounts of cotton are
repreicnted as being stored in that vicinity..
--!The hanging of fifty-one 'Union soldiers at
Kinstim and - the reported hanging of several
companies of the 2d north Carolina white regi-.
snout in Western North Carolina, who were
recently captured by the rebels, have given a
fiish,start to the enlistment of conscript de
serters, who are eager to avenge these atroci
' -The news from 111 4 ar Orleans is 'important,
Gen: Banks is about to take the field immedi
ately; but it is not deemed discreet to mention
tlil3 object or direction of his movements. Ad
miral Porter had captured a 'rebel fort on the
Wachita river, with all its guns, including, it.is
said, three thirty-two pounders. Admiral Far
fagot' has withdrawn his fleet from before Mo
v--General Pemberton is living in seclusion at
Ejniambus, s: C., haTing been "laid upon the shelf
1 . -- den. Scott has nearly completed his auto
biography, tracing his personal history down-
ward from the earliest p eripd to the late si public
act.s=of his cruinently usdad and honorable life.
The work will create a sensation when publish
—Gen. Averill, who made the brilliant raid
into Western Virginia, is now lying in Wash
ington with both- feet suffering severely from
frostbite. Daring the dash inte:Southwestern
Virginia, he was at one time forty-eight hours
in the saddle, - expOsea to the fury of a bitter
cola storm, and he has been disabled ever since.
The public, which appreciate such gallant sar
vice as Averill has rendered, will be pleased to
learn that he is recovering, and will be, before
long, once more% the saddle.
- , --General Sherman is described as being an
inch i less than six feet high r and about forty-five
years, old. His frame is of good size, but a mode
rate'development of muscle gives him an appear
ance of being more slender than he really is.
His hair and (ties are dark—his forehead high
and so exceedingly fair that, standing as it does
in marked contrast with his hair and eyes,-;t is
his prominent feature. His cheeks are marl ed
with deep lines, while S age's crow has made a
very Palpable track at the corner of either eye.
A 'benevolent conntonanee, together with a
kind and genial manner,. makes him look more
like a minister than, the war-deg he is. He
was formerly Colonel of the 13th Regular Infan
try, a detachment s of which is yet with him as a
boAlygnard. The devotion of these men to their
old 'commander, which is - shown on all occasions
is not an unimporiant evidence of his worth.
, Tit anniversary of the NutiOnal-llnientth
of Philadelphia, took place in the Academy of
Music on Friday evening a Week last. Gov.
Curtin presided, and made Iv most eloquent
spehh, in which he alluded to the grand work
performed by Pennsylvania on this war with
mingled gratitude-and pride. Adresses were
,delivered by Vice President Ila.mlim.Flon. H.
Blow, of Md., MM. Amos Myers, of Pa., and
cel. 15. 0. Taylor, of Tenn.
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dye over - others. (with many valuable recipes,) pur
chase Rowc,& Stevens"Creatise on Dyeing and`Col
oring. Smit by mail on receipt of price-10 cents.
Mannfitcturell by - HOWF & STEVENS,
'n 0v25-Iyl -14 . Broadway, Boston.
For Sale by Druggists and dealers generally...,
e: will g .— ty
~F I 2A I, t
r E , 1 . 1
i S G
or euhie foot tor LARGE WALNUT LOGS of good quali
ty, delltereil it our VIII. The legs must mean; e , 20
loches pr more in diameter, feurteeu feet from thestump
iu which ea'Se 'Pie will take the whisk tree up to /0 indica
djameter. We Will also make SPECIAL CONTRACTS
for extra good trees. Those terms are offered until - the
Ist of April uext.
dec.lo.pra SHIIPLEIt. CLARK & CO.
Q 7 r, TO $l5O PER MONTH.—.The
tO I O..I,LITTLE GIANT Sewing Machine Coin-.
pany want an Agent in each county, to solicit orders
for their new $l5 Manhine, with gauge screw-driver
and extra needles, We will pay a, liberal salary and
expenses, or give large commissions. For further
particulars, terms', &e., enclose astamp, and address
T. S. PAGE, Toledo, 0.,
febli-la General, Agent for tho• United States.
Ni lEAVEß.gwwbea:a . t
Central Woolen Factory, near Chatoborabtirtr.
feblo-tf _ li. EMBIOR k FON.
IVANTED. 7 -100 I . lus S 31 Al, L
ONIONS, I will pas $.3 er linsbel for them,
if in gilod order. [fob I.;] A. J. MILLER.
ANTED—FURS OP ALL KINDS
T V I will Pas the higheßtk prim in cask', for the
Red and Grev-Fnx. Mink, Muskrat. Raccoon, Ones ,
um and Rabbit Skins , . J. L. DECHERT.
FOR RENT.,--=-The undet:signeil WIU
Rent thekew Pima Mailing erected on :gar
ket street, from theist of Anritnext. The Rooms.
ton? on each story, aro well adapted'eitherfor More
Rooms or Show, and will berented singly or other-
Ni,sv, as most corogenient.., Liat2Ol . J.. B. COOS,
VOL 71,....W1T0LE NO, 3-,649,
VALUABLE STEAM TANNERY FOR
S - ALE.--The undersigned will sell,.at•Priyate
Sale, his TANNERY. knowans the Corner Tannery.
with Steam and Water Power, SAW-MILL, ChdP
ping-Mill. Stocks for breakinghides, &o. The-Tan
nery has,S Leeches, &Wats,2 Limes arid Water Pool,
and is capable of tanning 600 beim bides a_Yottr.
There arc two LOG DWELLING.IIGUSES, Barn.
Stable and other necessary out-buildings connected
with the Tannery, and about 60 Acres . e.lenxed, with
good fruit. Re will sell any unantity trod with
the Tannery, from 100 to 700 Acms. Oret:6oo' Acne
are Timber,s i ld an ample supply of ChOtnut Oak
Bark to run- c Tannery for fifty years- It is situ
ated about miles South-east of illerci:rebnigi'ou
Licking Creek. Terms made easy.. _Far further'
particulars address the - undersigned. at Mei eersburg
Franklin co:. Pa. - faugl2-tf I C. M E.I.F.
IMPORTANT TO. IRON 'MANUFAC
TURERSx AND STOCK RATS ERS.-4 - , WM Eel/ -
at Private Sale, 1300 ACRES OF PATE4iTED
LAND, sittuded in St. Thomas township :Franklin '—
county, Pa., on the Public Road leading, from GUY 4
era Tavern to Loudon. 6 miles from the latter plaeej
.About likAcres of this tract are cleared, thr'btileacs.i
covared,with thriying Chestnutand other TIMBERi- '
which' would answer for Cord-wood or There
is also good,appearance of IRON OREnn tbs. preen=
hies. Coal hearths aro leveled fitimost of .the Tini4
ber lead. , The improvements ark it• LOG HOUSE;
Log Barn and 4 Tenant Houses, and a guetUAPple
Orchard, Peach. Cherry and Pear Trees. -Also--A
SAW MILL and CHOPPING MILL, in 06drttaL
nine order f with 18 feet of head and fail. This pro
perty would afford a good opportunity to inako
Money-. For terms apply to the silbseMber, residing
on the premises. ffeb3-tfi FRED'K
ITALUABLE RE AL "E S TAME .AT
PRIVATE SALE;—The undersignetlintendinjt
to removo to the West, offers at Private Sale, a LOT
OF GROUND, in Loudon. containinir ahtkut ONE
ACRE, on which is erected a two-storied Ye RATH
ERBOARDED DWELLING HOUSE.- n:;•itondf
east-Tenant; House arid Oop,_Brick Apritri - BoVe.
'Wood'llowe, &eke House, 'Stable, and Ii neoti
sary out-buildings.. There is a varietyofFrititTrees
on the premises. This property is well adapted Rir
almost any kind of mechanical business.
Also—it ACRES OF BOTTOM LAND; within
of a mile of Loudon, about two-thirds of which :La
heavy Timbered. the balance is well set in'tirass.
Also-18 ACRES OF SL AT E LATPoicitictate
about 1% of a mile from 'Bridgeport, adiolinntflands
of Robert C. Horner arid • Jacob lianomath
Terms mule reasonable. For farther particulars
address fian'27-3m9 D.AVID TEETER, Lourlon,Pa
I.RIVATE SALE OF T ANN E
NEAR FAYETTEVIILEThe hndersimied
will sell at Private Sale. the following,Vlcseritred
Real Estate. to wit: 30 ACRES OF LAND, all an
der good fence and tillible, - with a goad BRI CK
DwELLING, a never-failing Wbll of 43bOti - Water
near the door. a good Barn and Threshing floor a,
fine Orchard bearingthebest Fruit. AIso—ATAN
NERY of 32 Vatedi largo Leaches with-Limes and
Pools, Bark Mill, Roller, Pump and Fulling Stooks.
all in c Ear:Bent order, the whole operating bY Water
Power. Also, a good Barkahed, all unsurpassed. in
convenience and labor-saving.
The above property will be shown to any perion
on application to Jacob B. Cook, of Fayetteville, or
John B. Cook, of Cbambersburg: TerMs will be
reasonable. (June 17-tf] PETERCOOK.
SMALL FARM FOR SALE.—Theliiib
scriber will sell at Private Sale;tha SMALL
FARM on which he now resides, situate in Antrim
township, Franklin county, about six miles from
Greencastle, on the Cashtown road, adloining Ida&
of Samuel Myera and others, containing abdut 90
ACRES. all cleared land, in gond. order and under
good fence, Thereis a YOUNG ORCHARD of thrif-
Ktrees on the place; and a Well of excellent Water.
he im_provements consist of a two-story : LD G
WELLING HOUSE, a Bank Barn 42 Tod long.
and well finished, and all other necessary out-hilid
lugs. Possession will bo given on the lst of
1864. "Terms will be made known on application to
the subscriber, residing on the premises.
oct2l-If SAMUEL C. KRIEDOR.
Cobarto anb „%egaro.
41k CENTS PER POUND TAX. ON
jJ TOBACCO.—The Government is about to
pat a tax of 40 cni. per pound on Tobseee...y...-.../
- Yon can save 50 per beet; 4 ",
You can vivo 50 per cent. by
Buying your Tobacco at .T: D.. 4,9:C085"-4 •
Buying your Tobacco at J...10:JAC0138% -
Buying. your:Tobacco at Ji D. ,JACOBS',I '
.Tobacco-at. 75 to ,80 cts.
' Prime Cavendish Tobacco at 80 etc: to :$l.
- Prime Flounder Tobacco at 75 tolo ets.
Prime Congress Tobacco at 60 to 80,ets.,
Prime Twist Tobacco at 75 to 9Voti.
.. - .
JACOBS sells Old Virginia SweetDavendish.:.
. JACOBS sells Old Virginia plain Cacondiab.
JACOBS sell Old Virginia Twist
- JACOBS sells Old VirginiaSmakingTobspeo.
JACOBS' Michigan Fine Cat Chew/Sag Tobdcco.
Cannot be Equaled, -
.TACOBS' Seters are superior to all:
JACOBS' Segars are superior to:AIL!:
Ho sells his own manufacturing.-
Pipes.'Pipes, Meersehaum Pipes, Bnor Pipes,
' Box Pipes, Mahogapy Pipes Appjo - Pipes,
Cherry Pipes, India 'Rubber Pipes. Clay Pipes; and
other pipes. Pipe in and stet your.Pipes,SegitTs and
Tobacco at J. D. J-9.COBS', Main Street, q Chambors
NEW T 011 AC C 0 AXIY "StorAl3,
STORE,,--T•oinE CITIZIRM OF . CI4.AUBEADMIDA3
AND VIDINIT,Y : , Thenndersigned having been gom
pelted to leave Virginity on account Of big-Union
sentiments,.has come among ou to establish a hos
iness, hoping from his long experience, and, elnee
attention, he will meet with a generonti imppOrt.—
His stock will consist of ail the best brandy of TO
BACCO AND SEGARS, which he ascheap
as can be had any where in town. Dont forget the
place,.sign of the "little Virginia nigger„,"_OppOidte
the Franklin Hotel, noxt door to Shryocki(Book
Store. Smith-east corner-of the Diamond. , •
,C. ff. BUSH.
rpHE ARMY •OF THE POT O , ISI A
.1 now order all their. Tobacco. Soma. Meg. ike•
from J. D. JACOBS. They know dadobs•tells the
best and chenpest. • jan27-13r.
TUST 'RECRIVED- 7 -A fresh supply of
Michigan Fine Cut Chewing Wm:sm ttt
jan27-13 , .- 3. D. JACCiBS'.
MOBACeO . AND SEGARS j 4—.A' large
assortment of Chewing and Smoking Mamas)
and Seger.% just reeeired and for Rale at-
BOYD'S Grocory Store.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT rOF-_ TO
BACCO and SEGARS, at nholotale or retail
at • SHAFBR & STUART&
ART N EltS H I R.—lioticelis here,
by given that the undersigned have entered•in
to partnership in the 'Hardware and Cutlery badness
at the old stand of Myers-ils Esand; where Wet' arc
prepared to furnish every thing in oar lino as cheap
as any other honse in the county. Epeeist induce
ments are offered for cas', as onrmotto will be quick
sales and short profits, 'JACOB S, ERA .ND.
• 0c14.R3. GEORGE FLACK.
v erl has assmelated with hiragelf, on the hit Feb
ruary; 1864, JOHN B STUART. is the Grocery
bhsiness, under the name and style of STIAFEIt
STUART.. - Thankful for the patroncaro horeteftre
extended to the es.tablishment, he hopes by a aims_
attention to hnsiness , to merit ihr the - new Arm,
continuance of•publio favor. • ,
- mar 2 JACOB 81tAlitft.
NTOTIGE,--The Co-paKttierabire, 41.0°-
11 fore existing in the DRUG RUSINESS;uI the
name of MILLER. HENSHEY, has thkidisy, (Feb
ruary 1864.) beenmutuallydissolved.: A pqr
song keo l eing themselves indebted te - tre sa z dei rat
_will please , make - morant payment,. bitotgaillutiltm
claims against the same will present fhom to.A. J.
Miller for settlement. = - A. =ABR.
mar 9-Gt EMMEN..
t.?-tad with .me. this day February-BthlB6l,,in tho
meMantile business L. B. keDLlNE,,tbehusineett
hereafter wit! be cOndneted der the firm Of . WIL-.
LIAM WALLACE & Ravinfg had, 41illeraat
Patronage heretofore, I solicit the same for the new
4 192 .. [par 2.40. WILLIAM WALLACE.
AGENT:,-.---111r. Oact:VV,. of
Chernbaribnrc, is the General -Akent 'of the