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F.- L. fi.cacqr, Editor._
MARIETTA. PA :
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6,1864.
4 '14 0.7 iI , ",,- '; , .
Atiotri v ls, Aistrip ititrowil.-,—A,. eame-.
less individual, from Richmond, has as
sured thasßialtimare,Atuerican.that the
rebel gatimritfes „ar : e ,tak ill; steps to, pro
pose tiik l tliftg9.4(e,rak.:qoye,rnment,, to lay ,
down l airilF,,,Arips, provided , ,that, the.
Presilyint,'B e Arenesty,Prco l leFeall)? . )e
tendefeg t,e i ‘ lleir i leaders. : .o;li i st,tio ;. but
it is petty peal. I.leie„that
ties ceased to be telegraphed. Wlien
the rebels, are : diskesetl.le lay,. down,
their arms, they 'ivilhl t e s ke : g.ood care , to
let the Government know iu home form
which wilifiarry , authority, with it, and
until then .the assurances of a 7gentle•
man ffp i m d ßiAlkm . podr,,,niay_ he ckassed
with oe,tileriee of,the ",inelligerit con,
trabittt",atpl., "reliable, correspondent : 7
The rahmlsvitilkiay,dhwn their arm 9, af
ter they are beaten in ••every, field; and,
their t pfoip & destroyed beyond, the, pos
sibillity of re.orgaaiztition, and ; there is
not nlpuhme ? of ,their i doing it before.
The kiegt it rity3o,briog thisliesirable
jest to,lt,,Foi4sumination : , is to fill , up
rapidly the army unifier the new call of
the President, bring an, overwhelming
foi.ce . ‘eifellrect it etiergeticallY 'and
skilfullYagkinst the rebels; and follow
up ralilfdliiiiyCh 'brow iciy- hind and sea
till tti'dlire're'dnced."to -submission: '---;
Anytlll r g
Shiite of - this is only trifling
with great - National interest& j \
l'atir-N4tor'Dnirr.—The new draft for ,
five buffdrirPthousand. men is not a call
for thattiantbeelm:addition to . previous
calls t atint is.intended to include also-the
call fortihreef hundred thousand' made in
Octobili'Viast.4ondeguentlY the' actual
number tifilAin require'din the new call
adtittiontb the 'prevtionsnone,Avill , be
two litilikirddithotisandimen: ' All volum:
teers-"or ltraftedhne&ibefore thir'first of
de'ducte'd• from the num.
ber deilifinfded the' new draft. Ae
there is $4OO bounty for volunteers, the
indu e sfu t cpt is large not to wait
, for the
draft, but to enlist before the' first of
: and secure the' bounty which
will tpen app.
HAUTE; Jan. 31—A mel.
anchbWairair occurred- at Mattoon, 111.,
this Aftbinbon. A 'drunken soldier at
tetnprold)totroree A citizen, named. Ste
vens`,"to take the • oath Of alleziance.—
The latter denied bii. 'Authority, when
the siddikshot him dead. :The soldier
had Served two years it the rebel . ' army,
and etilistlid , in• the Unit% service to get
the litiblitytl -"lt' is Understood that he.
will i'bit+ itnitaillately%:shot. Mitch :ex=
eitement exists over the occuritmee,
and it rank:ad-that-morel viehinve-may:
take' rlictoi .! .•
eir The breaking of the ice in the
Chesapeahe Bay has let in a large sup
ply df 61fendYettire;'whieb 'are .rrow'sell
ing iiinhif , l3altitncire market :at; greatly
redneedifribbe. It- is Also stayed that
the lititeo:itibigint of lee' that has 'Wen,
stored very mnch4m-•
prove the export oyster trade during: ,
the iliiittsessi; year;f since
quire the oystermen to depend do tho
East fotilhii--itifilietise irailunt of ice :re
quiredikilthe transportaticia of :oysters
to thli'lliteitof and foreign mialrets.
GO sailhi going: ashore ;on a hawser
from the bow of the English steamer
Solent; vbicbt arrived at, •AspitfWall .on
the fid t inatitat ; Was deized by ,a;;43 h ark,
whiob , ntook I axone of his legs at ,the
first bite. At the next attack the man ,
lost his left arm near the shoulder, then
the nett arm to the shoulder ; and
lastl7 his bead was taken clean off.-`l*
The trun l k, wail attached,
one leg attadd,
floated, and was buried on the 9th, by
eallk , 'After,tholsterievere snow storm
stotin-Ait the' West, no t,engioeer of a,
train - nfon thelltaninet:and Mississippi
Railroadovhile atterepting - to .force his
train.through a tinge .snow ;43ank, was.
thrkiwwfrookbe. cab of the ,engine into
thikhnnkiand , :was buried in.-Oka snow
sonoi iseVen . . oC ttight, feet, When his
disfilipearktice' was discoyered see t rnit
was made and the body recovered„ butt
life, was extinct. fin - died from anffo•
arA ttattithore firm.da engaged ;in
gaaidring 'sad stowing; off the Suequo
lmina riier, a few miles. above Havre.de
GiaOs; 4 Tory large quantity pf the finest
ice wade this season.. They have six
stone a'ggregiits oapaZ
cite of ;1713,14y thoosalid ' tons. fr. The
bfi, at the point nailed;
st0400:14111 - fi r eldit of clear; transparent
ice, over a tot thiehness.
sir cle f Anderp i gn t %!he quipz? tees
ble, 4 4 6iag ni iii l *' esi l i r sick:' The pbyei.
ela"6l Bay he _nlll be npbetter. He dai , e
• liwered , staimiteCir# o 0:41 1 .5V0
weer ghal flag: He eta bP:** and
the re, lei ensign eV - the •garrigoa. .
General News Items.
A contract !.tia` eon eitterelf into , . for
a painting to Jiat ;. 40,000 .; to be pli!ped
in the "eye o , ama" Capital,
so far ab ove,,,. spectatoialhiit soMe;of
the female figures introdueed will be six-
teen feet high.
The original old printing press used
by Benjamin Franklin in Boston, nearly
a century and a half ago, arrived there
recently:, pretientecl- bj , J.. B.:
Aturray . ,*Fsq . ~ of New York.
In cargoes of ice, which have been
shipped from Boston to the East In
dies, have recently been placed ‘considi
erable quantities of apples, which have
reached their destination in as good
.M.ore elietts viers t d harged in `the
siugleihattle-.of Gettysburg thark,were
employed 411011.A:he !battles that; Napo-,
loon ever foutigt. - - ,
In Montrose, : 1 Suquehanna county;
Pa., lait: r
wei;k, .ft awned Toseol2
Parmatei bitailis Wife to'cleathl : .13;5th.
parties`wdie 'of intetrilieFate' habita:
The New Orleansijele,states that se
rious apprehensions are felt, lest the re
cent cold weather inlay kill
trees throughout.thn State.
, The ctilana
icy" has: occurredtwice—once in 1712
and again in 1823.
We asiert-is:Woldly that there , are'no
other rinidiCities so , reliable, effectual'
and convenhitit . as' Pills and
Ointment, Biwa:ye readyffor use: , They
are invaluable to•thn' soldier exposed to
wquude; Ores, 'fevers ands bowel .
'Vbey u6ver fail.' -Only . 30
cents - per box or`pot. • •
. Mr. Bayard has rasigned his ,seat ie
the U. S. Sep,ate, ,and pepr,gc) Read
Riddle,hae been ,eleeted by the Legis
lature.for the unexpired term.
AboutAlireelundred; rebeL prisoners
arrived in Boston on Stinday'last: They
were-escorted to the-navy yard and were
'paroled after ' taking, the oath of elle
gitioce and enlisting' in the Navy,—
'FOrty!min .of , the lat.lllinoia regimont
guttided them 'from Chicago to that city:
.The whole numbe r of National Banka
organized on the 12th of Januail , was
200, haying an aggregate capital of
832,234,200, divided among' 23 - Staeei
and the 'Disiriet of Ccilnmhia. Sidde
the .12th 'a dozen banks have been*added
to 'the aboie, with 'a capital of nearly
Gov. Miles was inaugurated on the
14th ultimo, in Minnescita. His inaugu-
rill is not important, except' in 'that - it
minonnees that:no -hoatile: Indians are
within hundreds of miles' , of the settle
By a epeeist order from Major iTen
oral Grant no application need berear.
tar be made at the office of Ole
Marshal General,for passes to go spath
.of the Federalpes, as , none be
The institution known as the State
Capital' Bank is, to constitute the First.
Naticpnal'Bank of The•or:
gapization remains as lieretof:cire, with
one eicelition. John B. Briggs, 141eq.,
elicceeds Mr. J.R. Eby as President',
It is , not generally ,known that the
salary-of the Governor-General of India,
Which. , is the highest: in the,gift i of ,the
British crow,n, is thirty-tbousand pounds,
sterling a year, exclusive of allowances;
Which may be estimated-at ten thousand
poudifS. This is about '5206,000, and
eightlinieV,gidlitir than that paid to our
A recent Salt Lake Pity, letter epeahs
of the new theatre ,erected. hy,t,he *or
inom3 as one of: the , knest in the .Union,
and adds: .."basts.night I, counted
Briehim Young's. tempi' bPx,
three women pnd childreh,-tpd,the box
was . not near.fpll. He occupied an ele
gant,private hox with his two favorite .
• , • 1,
In a case beard in one of the London
police courts lateiy, thn name of the do ! ,
fendant was Anne:,gojeyn, and on being:
asked • how she came by her name, she
replied., lint ; atm, belleyed That' she'
came down from King fleri/Y.VIII.
. • • •• •
That ret =white itirsdni b4irotitr Ohio is
still • livingf=d okantskildaiiai Illisokwold
er. She is the daughter loftirlitorayien•
s inister,;, is eighty-tlirae, years of age,
and 'resides at thiSgitite.
The Indian'a•'papeis Toped that. the
peach crop cif that State; is entirely .de
etrayed by` the , late leever,e.. cold: .Tlie
same is. true} of , Ohio:an& the ~. .Westerii
`States' generally. ' ' "
'lnformation from General Dodge, - tit
Pulaiskh Tenn.,, says:that the rebels at e
tacked .4theos on the .morning of : gm_
Oth nit.; . ; and, were repulsed.
news,sayn,that Dodge has badly whipped
ifohneton e at Florence.
The'Beetuolry Legisleturn •adjourned
Saturday withitht' - elettiog `.ll United
States Senitor.: ; Thietectifcin'irlll pro
biady, he, Boatponed tili the fall session.
Sj , lveittifr io. l lltink"4lfte' donvieted in-
Trenton, N. J., for uttering $5O con&
forfeit ti. : rreesety 00,e1Litik4 , 8e,p 7 ,
tented fe , the , atit”l r.409 1 k F4FAi4arik
I It " - 4
The 'quote cf tient:locum:l tin ter
lioton Whkeh ' II 4 I A
lave betm,e,Plist l 4' •
x' THE MA RIETTIAN.
ills' Mkor General Joseph Hooker
elkine tbit •nam of "Lookout" for his,
iin-yeapd itle-hoffi, whir: • bore
hithrough' the„ yils ofthe fight Bove
t ilondk.' " Lo
o 'rout" l'iia rich Oest
-1;4; stage' nearAventtefi, handObigb•,
aid has all the dainty add elastic action
of the most delicately-fashioned colt.—
He is three-quarters bred, being by
Mambrino, out of a half-bred mare ; and,
notwithstanding his ponderous size, he
has trotted, under saiNke,:in , :.11.5. lie
wadViii'd 'in K e l lit i tiCk r dii-iiiii'd-stile©` iiii
when a five-year-old, for Mr. Ten Bro
eek; as the finest horse that could be
sent to. EnAlatid 1,0, ifixbibirt v
styli )n ta
toupee. Mo:rtomf!;74con! he was
sent farther eastward than geW Yoik;
•46.11 1 1CP 44• 6 4 Vi "•vi,9. B P- 0 ,1), by-49..14 1 2r§9.
.agent of the Emperor, of the French,
who repeatedly *off4red •ti, thiiiisand dol
lars to :'obtain. possiesion of him..dt
was atrthis time that-Geneial Hooker
ewe. in•competition with , bis Majesty;
and finally'•siteeeededlininireliasing th&
.horse 'through. the agency sof =this • office. •
"Lookout' , :•ii! undoubtedly the finest"
charger in the army, and, in grandeur'
`of: form abd -aition;.• thirties-all 'other
1, borsesrvihiCheapprifacli•liim,• . Backed by
his owber;'•Whotfisihimkelf. a matehletiH
1 rider,' the - Teeple, "MAW 'they bat•behtild
~ him fnoVieg upißroastray; would 114.1t1
.was: the' finest' equestrian iitattie they'
,had eVer 'seen. • ' • '
ar The troubles in the , Pennsylvania
Sebate, which' da hue` its organiza:
lien] for a month, ;are r likelyat:to end
with it new election to supply Major
white's : place The Pii4erhead,PoY
titin of the S'enata saythai the Bpealier
hi r e. no right to issue his writ . for an
election, inasmuch se he basp o t been
'This• will he a question raised before a
=successor to:Mr. White , makes his ap
,pearan,” in the Senate the cemai
tiitionia iaw of the Sinte Made the`pay
of tile*mbers Cbinnien ce onliafter
.theircOMPiete organization, and forbid
-the MeMbers pitying : themselve: f ,' th e
lost title after organizing, then "dead
locks,"' they are" called, Would not
occur: ' '
Notwithstanding, the fact that the,
Pennsylvania . State interest due and
paid on ; the Bret instant was, paid in the,
equivalent, of, gold,
,the, ~foreign loan
bOlders ;pee at the, so.resept
exchange .about,, ,The e gor
tin of !this loss, which, will ifell,Apon
tide Pnperoy ..Napokeop Auae ,the
hOndholders), will scarcely
hire, or oblige-him to--have-recourse to
a note-shaVing opehtion
panclors'of. the , Bourse. •• The • interest
was paid: at the Farmers'iand
iea'Bank; tat 150 ifFcur-.
ren'cy.for:each-dolleedue4in coin. , The
Common wealth lhaving, the right to p a y,
in, silver, 150-wawconsidered afair equi
valent, and satpartiesi , seemed satisfied
,with it. - '
fir It is underitood that the resigna
tion of Major Harry White as a 'St i i,te
Sonatdr from the "Indiana aud`Yrin-,
strongqiitrict, tiia,been" id the hands of
his father, ftir montt or
) • r
more, but for sonie reae'on, kneWn only
to himself was not sent to the Speaker
of the'Senate; who, however, it is httiied
in a dlspatch from Harrisburg, hai4
sued a writ fora new 1414ction.
ifir At ilettysburg. 28,000 4 ,•touskets
were taken. Of these, 24,000 werelonud'
to be loaded, 12,000. containing two
.loads; and 6,000 from.three to tett loads
each: In -numerous instances half , a
dozen-;balle ,, were driveh iti-fou a sin - gin
I:large-JO- powder., In. some cases the
'Ordet.; placing they Vail at , the• bottom of
the fbairel and the powdei on top.
tit The leddies orihe : NOrth Baptist
Church, Hartford,: Conn., recently in
vita& ihe gentlemen of the choir io
leap-year 'sleigh-ride. ;Pne laeter ac.
cepting, the forbier hired a large 'sleigh,
called Toi;ilieir 11E;ste, handdd 'Chem in,
drove ihein to Winsdor and back, gave
Ahern a good dinner and paid the bill,
taking- tender care'Or hem the''tinie'.
se; PkeetdentiLincoln, has sent a Jet.
ter (13 f Atianka-t o' the' witloay.of ltev Jo'-h
seph Stockton, w OPPittibiirg, Pa.; it is.dyi
, years of ago,,yer knitting a
greit num b er of sto ckings 'for -the sol.
diers,, and also thankidg the' yOung - -'
dies of ihat city feediiig 'the large
number of troops Paising-tbrongh.
~A. hunter ; Ohio. writes, to the.
Cincinnati Commercial that the par
itridges inl.that tatato. were ,mearly
fro Sen to ideath.toyu the, - extremely cold
weather. a±He also states that:thousands
of these; birds , ,whidh: had :been killed. , by
the cold• are gathered by men and boys
and sent to marlcet-for•sale.
Ancorresriondent,,of fa Cincinnati,
,paper 'sive that 'WI, •ttte lotteg ,drawings
iu the United, Stuteeare,ma4e 'et Poi,-
iugton, Ky., Red, in,,,semret.7 pumber.
of lottery dealers from Eastern cities
are nosiiit'the'lEnottickreepital to gel
h.d• ompal , tho
toinUdehpenlPniltireidi - theohhtiteiir
Of the eohipatiiiii. -`' '''')
eir Between Pembina (-Mt-inn.) and
Crew Wing, a dietiincetfqbrilelittadrell
`iv carried by'iliig; traine.'oltheyvicAlib-ie
kaplm *mitt a f infautp r .),R e A!
811 0: 1 41 13, 4riTt01 iAt:” 4 4 l O tn ?
, rate oefrum forty to fifty miles , a,
SPEtiliA I, 0 tiCtS
- " . " -. 7C - " -- 1' • - r - ""1 ----
[=; v ow - jlear to . i bat is thatalM, " Bitter
Wine,. i ' '
['' be ) Ipleas irenie 'branees; brings cares it
' t 3,
~0". ! e; -ji !' • -
4ff gripingtand, paibs that - b'avemade me re
pine, t t 1 , i
And dangerous `4,94tadatioks dypelisis had
Of long restless nights and of evil forbodings,
Of food half digested and binding me tight,
'Tr," Altus that lived in dispair and with
'Till Kunkel's great eemedy at length Came to
The greatest of Wine ; the Wine that gives
Wet fainefxered wine td i curedmy ;sear.
. 113 — Gen rail epotb forKeinkers Better W ne
of Iron, 118 Market-st., Harrisburg, Pa.
THE MYSTERIES OF THE TOILET are
-ey of (so
. called) besiitifyine preparations;
but all Whb use CAIST%DOHo's .ISicelsi )-
Dye knew and feel Iliattheir, secret k. 9 secure.,
mortal.eye nesir -distinguisli the 'blacks and
browns prodlie.edLbY'llfis dyer 'from - thee's'
dient,mething•that, can shrivel ;up ,or :in, any
tivc vegUiable'ele'ilfilisioctliiii*titidiful dye:
With his Dye, as it imparts the. utmost :softness .
the Most-tieautiful'gloss.and great vitality
the hair. .Manufiitdreiti
Ivo r . 6 Astor House, New-York..:Sold,every
, where; and applied by all flair Dressers.
Price ' according ,
:TA".! size: n [J-n0.5.
. tr. HOSTPTTER!S BrKrnai,,htive _received
the warmest encomiums from the press and
c people throughout..theqeU-niottoaa~,aluable.
tlnic for the cure, .of Dyspepsia, Flatulence,
Constipation, and neriinis
cannot be approached. ,, Every day .new. case '
'of its great effect: are. chronicled , throughout
-principal .publici journals., There is -nothing
equal to the enjoyment to, that , whiclt the -af,
flicted experiencewhen,using.this valuable:spe
cific. Its mild tone, its sure °and vigorous ac
tion upon a disordered stomach, and the clean
sing of the entire human body should recom
mend it to all classes of our community.
it See advertiaement.
For sale by Druggists 'and deitlars"generally,
10- Da. Tontsa' iTfneticru Horse Liniment,
pint bottles at 50c each, for lameness, ‘ cuts,,
g, colic, sprains, 6:c.,warianted cheaper .
'than any other. It is used by all the great
horsemen on Long Island courses. It will not
mire ring bone nor spavin, as there is no lini
ment in existence that will. Whatit is stated
to, cure it positively does.' , 'Wo ~owner, of bor
ocs will be without.it..after trying one bottle.
One dose revives and often saves the life of an
over-heated or driven , horse. For .colic,and
belly ache it-has never-failed. - Just as sure,as
the sun rises, just so sure is4his valuable Lin
lirient to bethehoisc embrocation of the day.
Sold by all druggists. Office, 56 Courtlanat
street, New-ITurk. ' ' ['l-I in.
17:'• Eye and 'Eli - i Prof. J. Isaacs', M. D.,
,Oculist and Atirist, formerly of' Leyden,.Hol
'land, is located at N6;511 Pine-st.;
where persona . ' iifilidted with . diseaga of
the Eye or h:ar will . 'be'sCientifiCiiify - treated
And cured, if curable. Artificial Eyes insert
ed without titan. - No %hares made'for exam
ination The medicat- faculty' , is 'invited; as
lie has no secrets in , his mode of treatment.
Days of Appeal for 1864.
To the Taxable Inhabitants of Co
PURSUANT to the provisions of the laws
of the Commonwealth, the undersigned
Commissioners of Lancaster county, hereby
give notice to'the 'TAXABLE INHABI
i'ANTS, within the reapeCtive , City, Boroughs
aild Townships of the said. County, that the
Days of Appeal from ,the Assessments of 1864,
*ill be held at tlia‘'ComMissiOdere Office, in
the City of Lancaster, on the days following,
:Cocalico, East I
COCeilleo Weit Mon.. Feb'. Ude 1864.
Colerana, , I, ,
Donegal, East` ' •
lsdrlg~• },frues., Feb. 23d,•. ; 1964.
Earl,, West. , I
Elizabeth, " -
Elizabethtown Bor., I . ,
Eden . ,
Fultoni ' '
HempheJd, East '
'Lancaster,,Wed., Feb., M I A 64.
fLeacciele, 'I "
Little Britain, , ,I,
Marietta Borough,- ,
Paradilie; • ; • } Thur. Feb. 2.3.,; 1869.
Pecibea, I .
Saditdry, " I r e •
,Strasbingii }: Friday; Feho6, /8,44.
Wouttington'Bor• J • •
DAVID XEMPPL o
, , •
-Lancaster City,'MoridaY, Tebruhry',29tb, 1864
TAR. W. H. BEANE having purehased.M.
inteiestin%the Weat , Srittith , DruK
business, ant having ix( ,the
of Marie tr^ fOr,the practice of his profession,
would • . 9 ipectfully - offek ti is pro fession
To TIEE , CITIifINS os'llAttiETTA!: -I take
great pleasure in recommending , Dr.
};EASE as a Physician in whom'i have every
confidence, believing that he will , give satis
factidn'tti all Who 'may ettiplot
kJ lATzer, M., D.
Malletta, November 8, 1862.
letITT,ER',B celebrated Tops, Surg/yal BNI7I
dages, Shoulder Braces, Instruments or
tormit) , &c. These articles are
very highly recommendedoby Profes
sors Pasicoast and Gross, ot.theJeffensonlMt
iaaLpoljege, of Philadelpliiti, , and thc under 74
siglied j 2notes ffiemlii bbilie heidarticles, 61
the hind • •• R.:.kiiiritic,..Mo-D-1 -, v „
A fine assortment of ,Flavoring Extracts for,
• ! • , :
Cooking—something very niae.
Liquid Renner for trialiillrirliaious desserts.
Pahcidel liiinaranil skitlienfitia Stialisl. 'fil4
Frangipanis aripother,Extracts, .
For sale lq Di. 11, LANDIS: ' -,
K UNKEL'S CELEBRATED
RITTER WINE OF IRON.
Bitter Wine of trod.
Bitter Wine..of hop.
Bitter Winetof trot'. k t...
4 F , Tile Great Tote
~, " 4
.e Great Tote
e Great Tonie, i'
g, , e Great Tontoi;'`
For Dyspepsia and Indigeition," •,'"'
For Dyspepsia and Indigestion,
For Dyspepsia and Indigestion,
For Dyspepsia and Indigestion.
For weak Stomachs and General Debility.
For weak stomachs and General Dsbility.
For weak stomachs and General Debility.
For weak stomachs and General Debility.
; Reliable and sure to do gaod; :
1 ' Xi.kliatile and sure tof do good, ;
Reliable and sure to do good,
Reliable and sure to do good,
And cannot - dd Harm.
And cannot do Harm.
And cannot di Harm.
ii i f And cannot do Harm.
; ',.• If.costs but little and purifies the blood,
It costs but little and purifies the blood,
It costs but little and purifies the blood,
l • -'m witsvegitersiiirrimtveslttrbiner s.
•, 4 We now,only ‘ ask a Trish
',,., We DOW onlY tesill: Trial .
`. ' We uo‘oi 'only ask a Trial
.., , , .• . k '''',. .We'riowttrily - ask'w:Ftial
Of this valuable ti onto • `, 1
Of this valuable Tunic. '
, , r .ofithili.valitablelTonic- , . -.' -.1 t. 'I A 7' , ~
~,, Of this valuable, Tofkic• , l, , • =.,.
. .:. Only 7. - 16', and One' Deltal . pertbttle.
' - 011 ii/.75d 'a Id $1 per' Bottle.
'Orly 7.5 c and sl'perbtittle
~ •• 'Only 75citn,V$1 Pet' BOrtre:lA ' " ." -
.11Ianufactu , ed solely by S. A: KUNKEL ie 'Bro.
- No. 118 Market-st.,. Harrisburg. ,
Ir 3" None genuine wittiopt their signature.
~ , ,For sale by ; Dr.,,i3EANE"St' CO., Market-st.,
Marietta, Pa., Viid bY all respectable Druggists
, throughout the country. -- [-2-26w
A DJ thiN ELI -1 COO *PS' ,
ordeted by, the Cottrj,;that,the Aktigulit-d
.Courts for 1564 for the trial and Ilecision, of
cases in Common: (oon. the.
and Quarter I. 4 egsions, /6:06 be'held
I,weetr,,cotnmenctng on Monday, .'March list
" " " June 20th.
" < «4 " Sept. 1 fith
Dcc. I. tn.
To continue one Wear 'from the said days re
spectively, arid is Much lohger at the thisiness
may require. Al) the 'casei Inc fur ar
gument in the 'Orphansigna't!be n
up on the first days said term 4, and be pro
ceeded AVitili until diSpdsed of, unless cOtitinued
by consent Or cause Shown.
The cases on the araument list in the Quar
ter Sessions shall be raken up on Wedo&sday
of said term,,if not prevented by the 'Orphans'
Court, and if "so, the, Cases in the tZi.tarter Ses
sions will be commenced On the termination of
,Court business ' '
". The argument of the cases , in thd...Co:nmon
Pleas to be commenced on Thursday of Lim
week, if not prevented by the Orphans' court
or Quarter Sessions cases;in that case,' the a--
gument list of said court is to be, taken up, at
,the wrinination of the ca4es in the othe
and preceded in until dispppe,d.. of, unless con
tinued by consert or cause shown. -
- It is further ordered. that ~ the absence of
counsel at the time appointed foi; hearing the
cases mentioned in . the preceding orders
be no cause for suspending the proceeding,
therein, unless by . consent, or legal ground ,u.
a continu.anee be shown. . .
ADJOURNED JURY TRIALS. .
It is ordered" by the . Court that Adjourned
Courts for Jury trials in the COM 1710./ Hess,
will be held us follows :
1 week, commencmg the tat Zllondar, Yeb..lst
I " dth. " Feb. 22d.
1 " " ' 4th
511/ " 1`0.9.y 30.
•' Ist • Dec. .sth.
And such other periods as may be.appu:i4ted
at the aforesaid - courts. of .at.reAular ier ma.
Nkw. WiNTEA GOODS!.
,„ NEW, STYLES!!
J. R. DIFFENBACH,
Market Street, Marietta, Pa
Notwithstanding the itietircitY'of many kinds of
Dry Goods; those whiffing to 'purchase will
find his tieutillY largetind well assorted stock
Prints,' ' Cloths, '
Detainee, •Caseimeres, '
Bleached Shirting, ' Kentocky Jeans,
BroWn Sheefings, Tickings, •
Ditmer, • Domestic - Ginghems,
HeavY Denims, HiCkory Stripes.
Full ii.seortinerit 'Drees Goods.
Full assortment of Notions.
FOlrassortMent of White Goods.
..Fell tissO.tineot of Blankets. -
Full assortment of Shawls. ' •
Full assortment of all seasonable Goods.
Largest and" best' stuck of Skeleton Skirts
ever offered' this market,' of all sizes, from•
the smallest to the 'largest; and at all p, ices.
Groceries if all kinds.
Rin and Java Coffee, Teas, ,
'White St. Brown Sugar,Fresh Spices,
New Mackerel Kitra Syruki,
• , Miscellaneous.
Trench Corsets, Traveling Orer-Shirts,
Neck-ties, •. , Under-Shirts,
Hanakrrchiefs, , Drawers,.. , •
•Shiit•Fronts.; • : • Balmoral Skirts, Etc.
A small lot-of .ready-Made Winter Clothing,
which will be sold at less -than wholesale
prices to close.it out. • • . • .
' '• • ' • Liquors •
He also cinitinueS to keep . on hand a large
supply Of "inipm ion Brandies, Wines Uins,,
Schnidani's Schnaps, Drakes, Plantation Bit
ters, and"that superior Old Bye, all of whibh.
having-been purchased-before - the , recent- ad
; vance - haire 'the 'advantage of - being- - at nearly
;old prices. '•
I'Hig,heit prices given for eountryproduce.
'!: ;C33loneptehelit Waiakey by the-barrel' at
Pittsburg prices,:with freight'only added. --'
A .Firsl-ehisi Farmers' Melliatine • far
,"1864.] THY. : PENiySYI,VIOI.S. [156.1.
..FARBEER , AND-GARDENER i ,
,DEVOTED T 0 _
Agriculture, illartictilture and I:Ural
- Affairs:• •
'EDITED AND (P UAL 18E1 E,ik
• •'•• • i!' • WM: S.LY•OlllMtik• •CO”
iNo. 52:N.orth Sixth
TERMS: ON E .DOLLAR A B. r.
137 The ,Sixth. Volume commences,with the
January, number. , • ; „ ;
Having obtained; the services of eminent. aiul
.practical 4g•kiculturists, ,Horticulturists, Stock
.Breeders.and ;Bee ,Keepers, we-confidently-0,
'fer the.current volume ,as one.el .the, hes,. !per
issued,, for nrjginitlity, pxactical thought and
,reliable information, i „
BEND,FOR . ...4,SPECIIKEW., • ,
THE Ruhlicribey.xdrets services. to.
citizens of „Makietta and viiSinity, in,
CONVEYANCING: ENGROSSING AND COPYING. -
'He kindly been" permitted to refer to - -
James' Duffy, esq., S. S. Nagle, esq
.Tames Mehaffey, mut., S. t. Eagle &
G. W. Mehaffey,esq.,,S. B. Hiebtand.- '
Can be found at all tinier 'Whirr - dwelling bp
' poeite John W. Clark's residence, on Mar
, ket streeti'or at Geoige Wt:Mehaffey) g , sa w
t. 14 DpperiStation:
• 'JACOB - C. BURVART: -4 1
Marietta,' 0ct.'31;1863-ly* • •
WET / L C O X 4 S . 'Celebtsted Imperßil
Vi ro teitsioti'SteerSpriligliteletou . With
`self-adjustible Bustle. The: latest-Anil Bestlin ,
use, just ieceirVed -
DUY SOFT 11
'RATS at 'CRl'r L e , 92 Market-at.
5.h " Aug . 29
3ti " Oct. 17.
4,h " Oct. 24th
DTP - PENB , Acii ,
Friends and Relatives of the brave
SOL DIETIS & SAILORS.
B OLLOWAY'S PILLS & OINTMENT,
ALL WHO HAVE FRIENDS AND
„ft Relatives in the Army or Navy, should
take special care, that they be amply supplied
with these Pills and Ointment; and where the
brave Soldiers and Sailors have neglected to
provide themselves with them, no better pres
ent can be sent them by their friends. They
have been proved to be the Soldier's never
failing-fliend in the hour of need.
Coughs and Colds affecting Troops
.wfu ape sly relieved and efectually
cured by usM these admirable medicines, and
by paying proper attention to the Directions
which are attached to each Pot or Box.
Sick Headache and want of Appetite Incident
to qisidiers f. .Tt ,
Thiter o tgs which sqsliaddn.:kni b tusliallv
rile A ble--oi anfiyinite4 tthcted
prespiration, or eating and drinking whatever
is unwholesome thus dist b't_e healthful
. . . • omit. esti Mims
must be relieved,--4-4 1 4 41 .esitepk 4 4.5 well.—
I,The Pills, taking. `ac'ecalling to 'tlie printed
will quickly itodpma healthy ac
tion in both
litrel Fitthiaaqiii is is -.natu
ral consequence a clear headlintgoad appeiite,
Wiablets".'Cict Debilftikuiduced by
°VIM FAT . trtict
Will — s - oodistippeat 4311 or these in.
valuable Pi/1.1 1 and the Soldier will quickly
aequiret Strength. .Iteviii let ' the
bowels be either`'COnfined or 'unduly acted
upon: "trliy bbem strange t..gat.Holloway's
Pills should 'be . "l.ecotomende , 4 for'pysenter
and Fill; Many Vricins ptiosiiik 'that they
would' 3 inerettie' thb relaxatton. This is a
great mistak'e z for diese Pills will correct the
liver ' aria: stomach 'dins remove all the
»acrid humours .troin the sySteM; This
cine wit! give' tone 'and
,vigor_ to ttie whole
organiC; 'syStern However deranged,' while
health 'and 'Strength follow- as a matter or
course. V , otltittg will stop tie relaxation of
the littWelk sore ka ua pinions me dicine.
V 01...1.1X1:EF.RS A1;TOTO/N1
Sores and Ulcers, Blotched,. and Swellings
can with certainty be radically- cured •if. the
• Pills are taken night and .tnaiamg,•and the
omtment be freely used as stated in tue printed
nstructiens.. if treated in littler mintier
,they dry upon one part tn breakAstain.another.
Wheie Is. this oon tin en t 'remove the
humors trim the .sy,stem land -leave:Mlle patient
-a vigorous wed healthy . man. ; It will. require
little perseverance in 'bad. eases.to insure a
LASTING - CURE- ' -
For Wounds either ,occasioned by the Bayonet
.Sabre or, the Bullet, gores Or Braises,
To which every Soldier atd-Sailor are liable
there, are nu medicines so sale, sure, and con
venient as Holloway's Pills and Ointment.--
The pour wouuded and almost dying sufferer
might have his wpands dres,ed immediately,
if he would only provide himself wittithis
matchless Ointnient, which should be thrust
into the wound antismeared all around it, then
cover it with a piece of linen film his. Knap
sack and compressed * with a handkerchief.—
Taking night and morning 6or Pala, to coot
the syskin and preyent
Every Soldier's Knapsack and Seaman's
chebi:should be provided with these
IM PO R.T,n. N'l' CA uTios!--None are, genuine
unless the words.“ HOLLOWAY., NEW ,Ynaa
1111t.1 LONDON," are dt,eeroii,le a, a Water
mark in eve.) . leaf 0. the b)O4 of directions,
It round each pot or L, ; Lie sante ,ii hl'
plainly Seen U. ) . hulditig the leaf to the 147 , 11.
A handsosnesejvard xvnt.be given to anpone
11.11dr:11W hIIdICID ...hitt a., may icail iii the
detection of a..) . r. irty.,r part:es conntr rfeititi4
the Inedicines or vending Elie KIICV•VL•ig
them to be spurious.
"„":.;old at the Manufactory of ofessor
HOLLOWsv, 80 Maiden, Lane, N • ark,•
and z,y all respeciaufr.t lli c u_•gisc,
in Ali dicine :tinougnont the civilized' dvorl.l,
in pots or boxe,Lit:Stie..7.l...aitil $l-tit each.
Is .11 Direeininslor t he.eitidstice 61 paue,,tk
in every diaoriler axelittix.l to e. gL. p°L
Onnerx niP weilinfmnintefisrt., c %
have Snow ..
FREE: V F b.r.r6fE, rtaik*l".! , !,,*,
SO - Isiskuee':l9w- York.
rP'r There is considerable saying by taking
the .ale,cr bizes. ly
4 - 02 C . oltiii)bi4 liistly44ze 0.,
auluttiLia, Lancaster County, Penta'a
CH.4nTE k PERP ETU 4 I, !
is Comoany continues, w insure 13mIdings
rchandise, and OH rit property, ag,:sitis
loss and damage by tire : on the mutual plan
either f,r a cash premium or prep .•.in note
The large and increasing .capital of Me Com
pany, consisting of premium notes Oven
by its members, end based upon
81: 475,789 85 !. .
-INSURED 0-\ TICE •MUTUAL PLAN.
Affords a reliable, guarrao tee equal to ten
times the isverage_loss on the amount insured ;
and the' Directors ph dge themselres to deal as
liberally With those litho may sustain trils, or
"damage as 'the case admit of, consistent
with jnstice to all parties concerned.
„AP/Outer of P R E.AI M NOTES, $ 155 it4QO;
Balance or Cash prentiiirnS un
expended, !amino- Ist, 18132 '3l 666 57
Cash receipts during the year
'62, less Agents' commissions, 6,781 47
Cash receipts Januaiy, 1563, 695 66
Losses'and'expenaea - Paid dUring the
tear, 11162.' • . 36,329 7.1
Balance unexpended, Feb'y 2,;1863, 3,016 11:
$ . 9,7.445 84
A. S. GREEN, .PirtEsunicr,
GEORGE YOUNG, Jr.; secretary. • ..,
IVI I C ti. AEL S. 8 H UAI AN, Treasurer,
, ; ,
Robert T. Ryon, Abraham Bruner, '
John Fendrich, i. G. Afintch,
Samuel F. Eve) lain; Michae/ "Shumetitrr
Ephraim" Ilirskey, Michael H. Moore
George' - Yourag, Jr., Nich alas Mc DO ri a I :1,
' : ' A:nos 8. Gree . n.
11 ..EFERENCES:—Tlje following persons are
all members of this -. 'Company:
Bainbridee-=-11.." Jones. John ff. Smith,
Voseph Kuttz: Cotumbia--Geo. Bog'
Wilson, F. S. Metz, Casper Yeager,. H. C.
, Forideramith, John Shenberger, J. G. PolloC . ,
.Frank Shillot, John Gala, J. .1. & P. S. Mc- %
'Tugue, Michael S. Shuman, R.
John' Ccitiper, Geo. V. Heise, Washin`gton
Righter, Samuel Shoch, Robert liaJnifton,
Eckert & Myila; 'Welsh', With A.
MartintCauper,Seibert, J, Catrell4,hilip
Huebner; Ephiaini Hershey, Philip Scharik,
Dayld,Hm l iauer„John Kramer,. Jacob Btackp„,,-
Ja-c.4 APPoldy.lVm• WhißPeiti
John Q. Denney, Juhn Sthreater, V„egba,
Samuel Arms, A. Gray & Co. ; Eitst Heraiifteld
—Simon blinich. Falmouth- -A ti rahem 01,
, lins, Samuel Borst, Michael Heas. Lancets.
ter—John Rankin, lI.A. - Shaetrer‘i Henry E.
Leman, :-Wm. Cooper, Johil•Sheliffer,.. Geo.
Reese. , Marietta--Geo.:W". 1 141eintfley, John
li.,Summy„FrederickiMahling, I. D. :loath.
Calvin. A.. Schatiner,.. lath, Naylor; Saniuel
H.opkins; Martin Hildebrandt, H.' fa F. 'Metal-.
er. Mount Jo#--L.,, Jacob Myers, Israel Bern.
hart, Michael Brandt,' John Breueman.
Manketm—John Hoateter, J. E. Cross.. b,'.litnn v
Long, Geo. Weaver, `John M. Dunlap, '
Dutt, Arnt, Jacob H. Kline, L,avid•
Fisher: - Mar/non--Hiram.. EleattY, Geor g e Murray,-, t Samuel , Pence, ! Simon F. Albright.—
Mountalle=- • 4.'8. Dowers. Manor Tranship
--Jacob Shu man,: Christian `Miller, juhlis
L. Sliainip.' Penn, Toteriehip—Da.nieJ . V re Yl
Henry Ilebkr ; Henry Neff ? ohn r.„" Brett-
ner. Raiko Tov.ireilip--Dtirrstiam Creider , ,
'envens, Michael, Wittt4pn . WS!:
Hernpfickl Township 4 :4l: 'E.' - '9Oll, A.:A. Price,
M. A. 114104 Js ilts Strickler; Ainoa S. Bowers,
Jacob 11Offirtp: Warwick rownship—Daniel
B. Er1i„,,„.1 •
Cr The „ Company wish to appoint an Age.n t
f or , te ac4 lT o WilibiP• in -Loiltsillter
Persona. wishing, to take the Agency:4 a in. Ppvy
person or by letter.
H.A.II4.PAGNK isini other Table NVinem
Gguaxranteed t4o be pure, wail seldma 10 :at
can be bought in Philadelphia op New- Yor
• 11 1): -13, Erwatt o l:',Picra Bui/din,