Evening telegraph. (Harrisburg, Pa.) 1863-1864, December 09, 1862, Image 1
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Yetily subscribers will be charged -- $4 00 in adyanpe t WltititLY Ann Stui-WKnicior Tatitlimen; The T&LSORAPII is also published twice a w e t V during the session of the Legtrture, and w - during the remainder of ti year, andinr nished to subscribers at the' ftillowing cash rates, viz : Single subscribers per year Semi-Weekly $1 40 Ten 12 00 1 Twenty 1 ‘‘' " 0 1 22 Single " 190 1 Weekly Anvssxisnva BATES.—The following axo rata] for advertising, in the TattainAPH. Thoee having advertising to do will find it convenient for reference. IXT`' Four lines or less constitute • one-half square. Eight lines or. more than thur TorliftW totes a square. ' • ' ozmmivrrnprtni 11 4§ 0 ;2 11 4 1 1141 ,T rlEgg!.srrlis. : 2 at gsgs‘DgeSsd'ogßß 0.. 00.41 Cnik OD 10 82•SSSE$.34.8ga gg er. rl • .21...888%"0gi5 i n , 4 , • r=. vs PNm I p Ei 0000 .- m ho-a -a ac. oa to la Z l4 SgtaSSSBS73I •- • • g H —a cm ce 0... 0 0 0 0 01 0. 0 0 , O. . OD CO O. *6 CO GS SBg2g;'.B%"Stg .BEI4 88• 1 Administration Notices,l iousa, week, six 11l Marriage Notices Auditor's Notices ... . .. Funeral Notires each arLßusiness notices• inserted in 1 i " , or before Marritiger and Deep Oasts pin LINM for each insertion. 0 , 0•101014.1• AW. ' g" g g g 0 6. 8 .1 Btiointes earbs. A. C. SMITE, A.TTORNET-4ZZAW O OFFIOB MIDUY ISTELETa mylOy) MBAR MARKET. ' J 0 N FA 011 . 8 • CORNER OF ' DIARKET ST AND MARKET mitrARK, HARRISBURG' PA.; .; JOSEPH P. HcCLELLiN, PROPRIETOR. (RECENTLY CONDUCTED BY ,WBLL9. 01111L14 This is First Class Hotel, and lace in tie central part of the city. It is kept in the beat manner, and ifs patrons wdl find every accommodation to tie met with In the beat houses in the country. se2o-dtf FERRER' S DAILY . LINE BETWEEN Lock Haven, Jersey Shore, 'Wilijaaisport, Han ey, UniontoWn, Watsoiliown, - Lewisharg, Northumberland, Bun bury, Treverton, Georgetown, Lykenstown, Milleraburg, Halifax, Dauphin AND EE ARRIS The Philadelphia Depot being centrally located, ;the Drayage will beat the Lowest Rates, ,Tee 13Einditetdr goes through eachtrairtvte to the safede iryo goods nitoit. deliver ed Mille Depot oF-- • - Freed, Ward 14 Freed, 811 Market: street ! ' Philladelpb64'. by o'clock, P. M., win be eeliVerbd in. HarTbabligs: next morning. • 1 Freight Always ,as Low by ini" tither Line. JOBSPH I MON,T.GQBI.IIBY, ;!- Philadelphia an I Reading Depot, oct2l-dtt Foot of Markei,Strlet, B e J. H,A R R ;13i Tin and Sheet Iron Ware MannhOirer, NO. 112 NAN..IC.N2 HARRISBURG. HAS always on hand a full assortment • I of Tin and Japanned Ware, (looking and Parlor Stover or the beet manithmturies, Guile.. Spouting, .Smpf lug and Galvanised Iron Ownish, manufactured aid put up at reasonable rates. Jor Re airing promptly attended la, .; .180-01 y REMOVED. • . • JOHN •B. SMITH • HAS removed his Boot Shoe Store from Lha corner of Second and Walnut streets In IiTO. 108 .MARRi'T STREET, Next door to Haynes Agriculture Stare, where he intend' to keep all kinds of Boots a.ri Shoes, damn", itio„ . and l arge B lock of Truidgh and everytiMig Lie; Rof ' bhp( shwas ; and will be thankful to reriy• the, patiotaago oc & Ids old customers and the pee in gendral at his na# place of husking. All kindsof work medithe Order .thA best style and by superkte riorkinert: ltdpdiiag done at short notice. rapr ; •Jfatilft. 8111111. LIN DEN .HA LAL,. MORAVIAN FEMALE SRMINAItt At Litis, Lancaster 06., , FOUNDED 1794 I 1 • Affords superior advantages for thorough and accomplished female edmaFton. For oirenlam and informatioh, apply t 9 : REV. VirrLITAI4,O„ .E.E.Ajilig s • octlB4lBm I?rhichxd • DAN'L. A. MIIENQH, AGENT, OF the Old Wallower Line respectfully inform the public th at th i s Old De Trftsporta Non Line, ([the only Wallower Lino uow is •vihnerace in this City,) is Is In successhil Operetion, and prepared to carry freight en IoW. as to otberindividwd line between Ptillalphik Harrisburg, Slithery, Lewisurg, WIP oprt, Jersey Shore, Look Haven and allther Mots on the Northern Cannel, Philadelphia' and &liana Newport and Elmira Railroads. DANL. 4. iIkIIiNCH, Agent. Harrisburg, Pa. Goan 'sent to the Ware House 'of Messrs. Peacock; Zell At ziluchnian, Nos. 808 and 810 Market street ah own MOW Phlladelphia, by 4 o'clock. rore, Sirbies!rit ready for delivery ner4 MIAOW " •Prie-Mari II ••;,i Ili ' I; 1..F1R , ; ,.: ).. a IAU' 1 . ' ' ci . . • ..- - • . , . . 1 3A.kertaidr.coitan . H.I, L , ~,.- , .. 'l AL!, IWO dillpf . sytired Lhfd°ol3llooTtilil' k iftlibly .11,. and effetcual remedy in the world for DISEASES a IMPRUDENCE. 1 ;. iii ••-- , i in six To pwsLvs HOURS. - ! lilt° Mercury ; 0r,5034934,14iigi.., •, 1 i AP i4:t',7ooiktec). 2 *P9I 441;TAtIbi &gm ' O O ~,,' ,i,l i ~iiu`:l 4 P-TW0.40 4 1 . Mk •.,. ,; ~!.; ~.,:-..:: 1 • W e rialLa OW Out` finginshse Strictures jAffeit a of the inners eat; MOOT, depohnory oundieneka pOtenCY, Dolma Debility, Nervousness, Dyspepay„ -• guor, Low Spirits, Confusion of Ideas, Palpitation of e Heart, Tholdi%.Mly Dianna. of Sight or Gid - nem, Di seise oi the Z.M fa hreat, Nose or kin, Alf 1. (ions 4 1 4tl ys ilTft,41 2 g:* 1 41 1 4 1 0 5 I ii. iose - twi l r rible %I ' ' 5.,-,s jr * • m the Solitary Habits of o n It 14060PORahflitelels. ry-gentotiobiamore :tah,binirbe - • Titt#MElPS7V. , ,ys to; the Marino% ef';l3ty - ism, blight Alia* - b nt - hopes or . entiOrPel , relidering riage OM ; - lidit .. •,-'' ' ' ' ` r' - - '• • .• ..:•• sipak *imilnorn - "II) - 'foi l o d e ` svicil ot iiii ' Mies; link di•nidfaltibd,ol. , tit / bitiif Wide Unit -. ;If Awrielell tikeikilliedUMlTtgrayei Ahonientits ,Of ;Pere • MtliVi ni •a f f i l ar l iti ligdaatin, and Pvillisset 1 intslitsik. 't othe hie ie entranced 'listening Sena -with•the Menders of eloquence orwiaed to eestisii - t living lyre, may call with hal emildeince. I , U 1 glarrligit: Married Persons, or Young-Men contemplating mar •••6•°, be in g I worePt.PhYlicil weiroow~e ‘dlibiii. 'ty 'delbrinitien; Ilio.; fteedtly ciir . • . . I ..!, „tr e isibolusciii! , hfilWeif cinder s Wi t ` carVig -br :'l:' r a il) ibellgihallyi confide in his boner at ii gekitkiihatit ifstremP I l l eth itzt l y u m / 1 118 90P tit' Pby.05u5t.,.,„....,.. ....,.. 1 Organic Weaknoii: I immediately Cured, and full vigor Restored. This distressing Ailection—which renders i ifeiniseral blemid- marriogetrugicAbli -la tife yeah *, gima t ily , th clotting of improper 'm Mmes.' - Young Onions are RAW ern:aria-, 5111 a3i. Manna • 11 " not , W: being ewarei. - e . - „A A dreadful oonSequences nett nay CA !ISM, wh t goderatands-thetenidectisill pretend to deny that tbe 1r 0 ProPreritknkitqcot **net rtY . Oohs falling into , isie• proper habibi,tban. or .5 pruslonll,. R t d od eri being : : d 'priVed the Plessubis of althy •offali ;the . moat . rieserand deehreethe'sr Omits tab.* • ariws. .Tliet systenebeochum damaged, the ;Holiest ;iot Xexits4•FOßdlorSTA LOOR Of Procrestivo Power 'lskr*sis Irietth , somata, Palpitation of *alba? Isidstfini; ' bon sof brif, .*bility!, a Wil ing -d- (pill Irvansei Omsk, Dineeniiplikinci Decay' and DUO. ' ' - -: ' , '' ! 026.00, , !N0j 7 SOnth i rrodotioh Street. i Left band aide going Nom lileiftlisoriistresit,n!lieWl dobr4 .impvlna catnap f : ' /4 1 . Wilt M9biterve mole and nohiber: • Letter,, Inuit be d and ~, tabs . ik etitspw . ~ The • 4100 J, • tbee'Digor ti as beineMblio . • A' Cure Warranted in Two Dap._ . i . , • . _. No ~earcitary. fe „„Ifetireofts Drivs,.. ~:• 1 - .., • .. - r:- -;Johnson, ;Johnson, -., -. , . - . ~. , ; 'Memitter ofthe R o y al College Of apnoOnih . -14040n Girt OW train - due of the most inatientiOo ll egea in the ' llitted likatee, sad the great* riri ,- or Wins' lile 'MO been. spent; Mike MRIOI4OOO Louden; part‘ ifirdeelelphilt `and ' else-' where, had offucted Kim j ag weetnastonishing curer 1 that wore Ayer. ienown ; . ironbled with ringing in i the bend Wner_esneNehen p, great nervousness, being I +dammed .atetiuddiss sounds, bashfulneem 'With' Irespnent i bbininin,--aw.........a...........,u,„,„._„mj. d.vioensmnitif wdeoliuredeinntettlideir.. - ••• . • .• •. • zilehld_i -• , • .I.ot, _u --F , lii.lft , ll , rrll o, l 4-1, - Take ran% : AMM, ... . • DIN J, 40101 POIT I I# UM": ' veil erred themselves otty by improper indusgeicaaesk habits, which. ruin boMbliviy.andMitiditinntatele thentildr either busbies!, study, society or marriage.- -. - - .. - - • - • - • ' • , Tb° 40 • 6 4 43 : 11( 0 28 Otiqie, l l4litditnelubiltellYefithita Pik. anew by early toiling . y mol z•-•, e .Yfweitother- ; of 'bin Back enALlottis, lAMB firmness of Sight, Lou or marigaikPofre , . 1 I of the heart, ;lip ' pepey,•.blegtimedriwlltbilitql* ,, Veritamtitainit of the Digestive Functions, General Debility, Symptoms of consumption, ~ din . • ~., ~,---- _,H)1,1„„.', ~t, - 'i . .• ' ifewielpf--Thlifeeitefill opolmoki , mind are *eh to be thesideda-teis of Mismory, ! Wfusion of Idea' ~ De preeiltiii of Spirills,l'idi reireciitinge;kversion to society, Self Distrust, love of isolitudo, Timidity, Lc., aro some of the evils produced. :4 1e- 0 . i :•,, - . ti 'f Tsunami of pentane dill ages Can now judge what , del the eil r ef their , declining tine!ihr *lnd their' . vigor, • 1 becoimint qfflc palei; nervous end enuuMided„ having a leinguinf • Pearinod ihontliM eyes, cough and eriiim of eonsumption. !'„, ~, Young . Mon 'Who have tutored themseftmi- by a certain practice in oared In when alone ? II- NiOktirtiOintly learned from companions, or at achSol, the - effeets of which aro MI f It,. evets.adraolfank NO di Tunanand ~rolederg ' 161 1 /66 1 11W46 . 11fi ' d i lI P-0!4"CR: 11 14 11 04- 1 ;,01P07, Vilite.litty.tbst - wytidnk manc ;thehopo of hill . flonn=' , the . dhrtieg deitt,Pilextt!h--.sltOulA he[ snitched loom il prospects ann.n n inc d 44l., 1 140,.' eopserilleetee; r geoisiiig from - 430000f PSPrd'a i lni4 lo 4 l .fig-,14 : "I at sank hikiiti • 'Ruth lien des . Ibe "Meu- . Wing! -' li , . ::,- -, , i1 , :.7 .. . , 51 - f , !.0 - flr ,--,-,, •,. -.-- . t that a sound ' ind end bo y Breathe , most •=necter• requan g toMtWl Li t r iappinesa gs . a ln i t y leed, ilgril%itfltitle r elillrosurl'ii ' s *it l Z , e Wed ilmisomee shaftnifield • Ilk d'elielirkiiiialsidhiitli , . e reelaechelly reflection that the happiness of another nrsl/1110114104.keMe. :IW9ir:i 1 . 1 ,, 7, y,. , -1! - 1 j Magi* of Isilkindence. 1 ' When the misguided and imprudent votary of nleieuris ~ .. that be has Wert ale 6000110 , .:014 ;Slain -did : it` tow atm, in - Vi4 10 ; 1 4 . ...thtia4 rgoe.4ro l .fon theta higiffsbover , &dire him - fritni apiulying - to iniess .. ' boy front .ednisolliok zand. , impeCtabilityreetii elate be, r "n a /01Pi*,1141414414Attoonedihtlidnalleyeeptifoti,lini ' hirr i d ikin4sr,diain stpis i re, al lei` 4 rated eciti ' - •embed nors A . t Paine iP g hind and min ' illikidelit dir signvd • ne . i n on the shin Wine and ate* litotchm - sin tlielheied; UM 'lnd eitrem nrogoiskinv wick' trightfel !replay, - .enlist list th uste-oribonspies : oohs bane,: of : no n e - fall iii, t euid the ektiri`aMWserfill difseatie bipponemehorrid. (Neer of 'oommeersmon,' till defithrinte 's peeled' 'to hh dremiful.:=l,3 , sending, beam alba - Thelbieni-' wed Opentry.. . ?rheum Ho trimnierntanoi L if ! ~,',!, ;, at is a feetlaal.ffin . fell, i 4 WM tisivible . ibeeinie - , Mille come 17 -, II 1,4001111 91 . . riait tWeteallitlA who' b# 140 4104140 4 . 'AllieliCreits ; . ;Linip ruin Mommintestion atid make Vie' tosikide ' i!) iserable:.. ~ _.,, • . • • !!! 1 ''", , • ' '' '! '' l ' - '• ' Strangers, • • • • . krt., not yogi,. lives, or neabb, to ; the . cer, pt., th e w ar 13 earehd , aiid Worteleis Pretenders; clectiMtel 00Poyfi. ge, name or character, who copy Dr. Jebarea's "dyer-. , or : ,etrev .theMiledietil In Me , thiwspaperip L le P 42 l at u tlin=t4 444ll 4 ' kV:, C ri z ig it t , d ol . ~pou,b,,thitiLmeaiiniAndii, ibi,e-, , 0,..iv.ii. . 4„.i-can can ne-pbsedned, aled`lardeekwar,-likire'od , riliii rain . health to sigh aver your galling disappohninebt. !• ' • -•'-• „E `. JauStlll,g l 3ll3lFli.t ,:„ •• • crests To vg in . ts, (moo. • reds or teleittbida ii Lino t o MI 'indiera, peredfrnin a life spelt Utiles gr - sit I plink -it !le. , • th • 1111‘14,14-Ft..0W411,-.lndis more. extempive :grir - il ' Pfluogtho' thin 'any other 'Physician In the world. - - j b4OrWiniXS .4f ithie Xrooa ,, .; i 4 ,,, Theiiiitytx.".4.o„. lt .,4o.,....h ritr oPtiV af geiyeig wad .1u toratootil t so=i iiiid sicat 4 r/p: to . ; pe , korfoied:by Dir.! Ardekson; ` - _ to:sth i e .- ' of Ale : 'SioVP "A1MP. , 10.40.t.• lona ; rano • poi ;# ° 4 61. 1 7W I n i flipP 1 tie* } alai Psool.i , be ei olio iirtib ic•,-balides- P r a n ci n gPJ l _Pl i n- 1 g 1i .4 1 ":', mat* oot IrmilibliiiA ' l4' - "AM"' .F t/ 6 1 0 6 1,041#4. •ri. ,-!• 'J 0 . , )H-Iflitt; ..,..:..,, ~ 1 ,,,,, ~ AUL Diseases' •npeedily i- t i nWe - .• *l'llonattrAng 1 1 004 be poottlenlor ov dasig, their '•• tAi • 'despit e iii . A9 r9 l #lll l 4inikAnOr :' • -,.., . - .4.4..! `, - ' !, 4•5 ' JOHNSON , w h auID4 • ..4".. . • iti wok, i on ' ' il 1 OttimaolOodroL000;Hoolilistills•e , , ME P° V X . : l X.:l 4 $ g ;-$l 3 rr 13E1 " ..sigt _ga xnt 3 0 ~ sa e . —2 ig X r 0 MI 08 ...17 7 , 1 6Q he Lociii s, TIOAL Oil Lip Shades Wicks Claw neYN drbr We low by: NICHOLS &BOWMAN, 04143 corner Pas iait-Pairlibi streets. g Uß_ne'sor,ly, replepishedi 13tAlek• of , Toilet A lind Val Gcl 4l l B ITAurPosao4 ok, thin 0V L , 8A , ..; j iotliifideti or Knowing, Bot!otoclioi,Ilre vroP rf. pereinvitili.aiii; '' l .. I , s *4qm strecietwo Moo* tut ormouptiiithet, ' b ti me. ' t- 'I23H FISH every IltepdaYitwlTi i iibiy italts wisresaira,i'4nirMTrira I, TA.„;,' I,lb aißtaßtrner Pilv TITXSOLY EVENING DECE BE It 9 1862 Nllp ' bvrxtis, mrntfl Nlofloo HtSc''.., 13(AVNO) _ , ,WHOLESALE AND DICTATE, • 1 „,„ 9 r , 3E ,!1 i; ) Psi• uonier 'Front and menet Streete HARRISBURG, PENN'A. RtFTI(2TANy a the Attention 0 0 : ono Miett Wise well onleated , stshig of GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FOREIGN AND Aro rIESTIC FRUITS. We raw offer for sale' - SPWEITt!I, Isarerlags Golden Syrup, ,V 1 04 3. and IkOura Sugars of all grades, Green and Slack Teas, • Coffee,. Spicer find Slivering Margate. FLOUR; FISH, • SALT, • LARD, HAMS, . r tre., tko., 40. we invite Mn examination of our imPertor NON-EX.PIPSIVR_OOAL OIL, unequalled in everyreopeof, Mir any Ln tike market, to. istlibe With id/kinds LAMPS, • , iIEtAXIPt. ItURNMES, OHIMNEYa, ale 860, Jig , . We have the 111111081, NIFOOMIIhear : 0.T.4.134 1 40.1.,10,. di QUEENSWAEA in *may; 0100,04 Wade et. • ; . • CEDAR. AND WILIAM. WARE* Call and examine' it Our old ahind, • Beptd2 A RARE CRANCE, FOR A BIIEFINESB' - AA.l§l.; TE canal grocery store and Rockvi ll e' Hotese,•known so the Updegrove Leek PronertY,! situated five miles above gardeners, fronting east one the' Pennsylvania, Canal and west 'en Senginhan as river road, while sold if applied for wen • - • , The grocer) , store, If', NA very, heist Mend' ea ;Ittil tine of the °vial ;' only equehal by coo ether. A leirge n ew barn aniline,* hits meekly been bnhl so that sash boat/team mini* locked up eeparegehr, Ain plenty of hey,howne, corncrib, two store fetuses •• Lriograln, ice how, hey *gee, and indeed every, convenience Quit Ii Insceesary kir carrying on the ,businewi, i Tke piece to within three hundred yards or the 11900111 e uenct, on U. Pennsylvania inAttond. and' Dinptrin and Schuylkill retiree , ' ohm Persons sighing hi parttime; tilease apply on the preatisse, 'aulB-wigenistithlS 80. SIBLLENBRUEB BRO., 80. DIERCDANT TAILORS AND CLOTHIERS, , No. 80 Market Street, Harrisburg et 56 0 0 413 nt o Read.l -11 /44b Pounriffity.4t 4 Pw Wrwitul ter wear, is , now Offered for - 4wle at the awe eirtablishment, at prices to snieihe times. Also, a complete stock of Gentlemen's Fur nishing Goods, of all descriptions. , 'They IctS93 Aliso& hand a; large asiortinent of died's, and'Vestings, which they are: prepared 't manufacture to, order on the nieist reasonatde l terms. [6.24-Iru • PORTFOLIOS FOR SOLDIERS IWIRILESALE OR RETAIL. AT PRICES 11E) ' ROBABLY LESS than can now be ouches ed. elsewtulre. . . SOLDIERS look to your interests; and call or send to , • , , • RR , T FR'S brug Stor."3,' 91 Market' Street, for a Writing Folio. To l dealein wiebing to buy out the lot Ise will offer an indu4ment. n 027. " , . . URS, PTIRS FURS, , , FIIRAS, FURS, 1 , • ~,, I I • : RUBS, . F briery description. _ ILI 1 " - Wrait h 864. Inet opened , , ' '' at CATtiOATitrB ' l 4**4 Square,: IMM 0025:4W • •'DTAIW;It'FOR 1863. • r ot, largest assortmentof Diaries for 1864 ' " !waived,' , - ' • ' - • BUCI10.1i:e. BOOS STORE. ASKETS; ITBS; and di kinds of Willow 11.8 and Cedar Wilre; forfeit° by ' • NICHOLS &•13()*MAN; nl4 Ow. Front and Market Streets: • • • POTATOBI3; BIIBIIZIB of al Miter! Or timidity just *vim' and for l a de low, by 0ct23,11 WM. F00M.,:N.-, & CO. Ost ckiini. BroS ORA km , crackers E oupp k y of these delf , m A iustlx"ved end fl 7 gahlfirr.i .., , , i I . ISABELLA. AND OATA.WBA N94PE . TEAS, steong and thrifty, two Years old, at reduced prioes, at iSeystone very.. ! ~ i . dovl-dlf TATA, Lavdra,' and kip '9offee, choice anti tPi a fsJae l'ec"eft' by i 111011010 * BOWMAN , wive - ' Corner Front =4. Market Sfa. . . ' •. 1 . EVERGREEN• TREES,' • • I'y e ll desirable varietlas, at the' Keystone • , 11-1111131i013. . "C= The.weather and season are hivorable; an , ..y ohotild be pinnted as boon.m possible; Iu ,$.,.13, 18132. • ' J. }IISH. .•• . _ I , APPLE' TREES, (VP Choice varieties, at }tar:done Nursery, lbariatlivg• l 7:1., 1861 , • hi EiTANDARD Phtt REEt3i 'lepton° Nursery, #iljointeg the tattol4lairiehtirg. t 4, . 12, 1 1861 ' ' SMOKED HALIBUT. VERY choice a m ide jut received, and for ege by WM. DOME, Jr.; lc 00. ti-OTIO .7.--Qtate a variety., ot naafi) . iii 3 ' ' 40.0 eptertaininii artiales•—ohefti•—.o. •,, it•-- • satervaaN Ild: KS tc!Vk. .11 ` ; . PECAN NUT THE I ES *: ' I"' keystone Nursery. ' miutriolipo - AW" :in *mac* ,~~. t NICHOLS & BOWMAIi i eorner:ixont 3;/41 mirlieVetreali. W. P. lIICNRX, 40or to fliuTiAnpig Bank. TELEGRAM'. II I I ~ 1 ~' ? 1 The Fight at Hartsville, Terni. Particulars of the Surprise sod Copia* of Ike Union! Troops. I f • 1 4 TABLIyILLE, Dec.. 8 .1 7 15 The "folloiriog "additional particulars been reaelvtil,• - • • _ . . The 39th brigade , :Dumast's , division, co* elating oft inklo4th brigade, PIA: Moore co* minding , t he. brigade, the , 10th Ohio, . C4 Limberg Iticklen's battery - ' and , a small 4 , 10- tachment.of •the 2d Indiana cavalry, were sun prised at daylight on,Sunday morning at Harter ville, by Alen. John Morgan, commanding three regiments of cavalry and two of infantry. After fighting for an htuir and a quarter out forces surrendeied and the enemy burnt out camp, capturing .nearly all the brigade trai and teams, and burning . wnat they could no &frig away. Two guns of Nicklon'e batter were alto captured. i • Our kw was between fifty and sixty Mlle and wounded, who were left on the field. T rebel loss is not reported. till The gallant Lieut. Col. Stewart, of the 2, Indiana Cavalry,:and 001. Moore were 111110 the captures. .Maj.. Hill,!? of the 2d Indian Cavalry, was wounded, but not dangerously.( re i He says that half of our Infantry fought well, hut the other half soori'broke. ' ~ Col. Ilarris•aud Col. Miller's brigades we sent in pursuit, but the enemy had forded that Cumberhuld river and were out of reach. Al few shells sent after them:',caused a rapid re-4 treat.:.., ' f ' ' Major Hill denies that thecamp was surprised. If it was mot, the affair was More disgraceful to us, as Hartsville was a strong position,. On Thursday a Lieut. Colonel of Davis' division was captured while ' Two regimental quartermasters of Qeneral Palmer's division, were. also captured .while foragiag;and thireen wagons, with mules, on a foraging expedition, were captured on Satin., day. A deserter from Murfreesbotough reports that Cheatham and •Brerkinridge were there with 15,090 troops. Buchnik was at Ithelbyville: Kirby Smith was sick at Manchester. Gen. Joe Johnson was mrtainly at Murfreesborough on Saturday. FROPkfORTRESS MONROE' souirig• N NEWSPAPEE ITEMS , . .. ( . Formulas Moulton, Dec. 7. T.hee , e.it Desniu44 oillfeurdier, containtr 910 following Row ~ ; , ,-,1 ' ~- --,- "The reports received , he re,, from Freder ioksburgOefiterday, ire, important.. It is stated that. Gen.' Barneide las' been siiperseded in command •. of. the Yankee forces, and that ` fighting Joe Hooker' has taken his place. IBurnside will have no cause to regret this !change if the radicals insist upon an early Advance. Another report says that pretty se vere skirmishing occurred in the neighborhood of Front Royal, yesterday morning, but with what result couldnot be learned. The general Appearance of affairs Is represented to indicate is battle. The columns of -the enemy have been moved to the front, and much activity ifh observtititeAlfini 'llieir lines.' Of .mll.`forces the need speak but with;the confidence which tsfelt both in the 'army and its leaders. "A dispatch received yesterday states that the patisan rangers . of Colonel Imboden had a skir , Wish with ttii3. entiny near - New • Cieek, 'in Harapshire,contrty,,a few :days ago, in which Priga,diey Genera! IL le lkise, of the Federal orces wits 1 killed. NO other particulars have 03 en received?' , "_The Newcastle Express learns froin a gen lernan from Lewisburg, that one day last week, rough the carelessnetr .of. our scouts, the inkeedg'citiitired one hundred and five,of our ;Valrf and& many lionieb, anddesticiyed the mp equipage; of the forcea."• .1 ' • 1 "4 shop need by Mr., Thompson for the man tifecttirci 4 6 .1 4 i . 4 Columbus, citt, .was burnt '.. SundaY,loth nit." ' ' IThe rebels are_ congratulating themselves .er a new manufacturo or for soldier 2 stitEkaq tiAt are 4 • bit t and n ssesi the 'aclart tage of not getting wet easily. . The Wilmington,. North Carolina, papers, iipeidi Ora sehocinet which;;Nas trying to run the blockade last 'Week; s,ettl i ng iiahore on 6mith's Isiatdcabr . thiki south of Fort Fisher. company from Fort Fisher had gone to her wristanco.:, 114 lame mOrning one of the blockaders ran eat of sight, and returned in about two houra with a captured-scliotiner. A BRUTAL ANNOUNOKMZNT. The Dispaickannoutiose , the death of &Union' so dier in the followisig:brutal Manner.. ' - "A Dean Yerucan.—An Abolitionist, named cons, believed to be some relation of the Lin n's Secretary of the Navy,„died of typhoid fe , rar at the Libby Prison, on Tuesday, 'being the first Yankee: who has pegged out for oder a month in the-regular way. " This, from those who are wont to appropriate to themselves all the chivalry and- refinement' Of the age, ought to settle the question. ISOIL NORTH CAROLINA . NOWN3In advices to the lit inst. state that in eissuiequenee, of. the strong. opposition of the ka l e labor party in Eastern North:Carolina, who wieh no grounds to be given for nullifying the President's,,Esmnacipathin ..I . 'rochunation, election. willlii•orderedi fot representatives to the Thirty-seventh Congress), -from North Caro lina. Petitions, however„, are in droolslion for au; early to the belt eringreic It hue been diidovered that it la' the *tenth* of the Rebel Government to abandon dieitely, all :that portion' ;of North Carolina, lyikig,eastwwi of the i Woldon and Wilmington Bailmid.. The health of the officers and sol diSre In the Deeartment of North Carolina continues lgood., The yellow fever is ;slowly abating at Wilmington. The recent expedition of Lieutenant Cushing up New River-to Caslow, seised the contents of the Postoffice, a quantity of arms and stores and destroyed a large amount of cotton- and turpentine. - - DEATH OF GEN. INTUROHELt. Dec. 8. memo. Ohusenut, of the U /0.. +Army, and, h its 1 1 Negel i era 1 000 4 irre 4 lad nigh,. .00 M ME tolll3lioii9KOONDiitigl(Pir fWAIIIINGTON, Dec. 8; SENATE. I Mr. Wasdar, (Mass.o -Offered- a resobitioa, instructing the Secretary of War to report to the Senate the number of major-generals and brigadier-generals now in the service and how they ate ehiployect. Adopted: ' Mrd WILSON, • (Mass.,) bffered 'a resolution instructing the Committee, on Military Atlaife to inquire l into i the expediency of providing .by raw for a more effehtUaT suppression of, the re bellion, and' stoiirini tranquility in the elate of Missouri. Adopted. • • • • ' Kr. Simple,: ($1008.,) offered a.resolution that the call upon .the Secretary .of War, for thb horiespouderibe, &d.,relating the Army of the Potomac, be'eat:indeil So as to 'embrace all such operations since the I first movements of that army, . MOPted• . • Mr. MFPOtroitla., (051.,) offered- resolutions instructing the Secretary of War to inform the Senate whether' any congressional district of the United States has more than two midship men in[ the naval academy, , and if so, by what authority and under what law they, were thus appointed. Adopted. ; ; Mr. LATHAM, (Cal:,) introduced bill to -Pro , vide:-for the development of the mineral re sources of the United States and its , public doi main. 'lieferreil., 1 Mr. Satuseust, (Del.,) called'up a resolution relating to the arrest of certain 'citizens of pet- Mr. WIISON 2 (Mass.,) objected .to the resolu, Lion. flu said there might have been. some Mistakes in these arrests, but there were many, more men who ought to have been arrested than who really have. Mr. BAYARD, (Del,) thought that this Gov- . ernment 'as especially valuable kora its pro teCtion to citizens, yet in do other free Govern menM was the citizen liable to arrest at the discretion of any, and every officer. He urged the adoption of the resolution at some length. Mr. Deourrtz, (Wls.,) said he understood that, in all cases of arrest, the offer of liberty had beau made, if the persons arrested would take the oath of allegiance, but it had been re fused, There bad been complaints made that the Governnient badheen too lenient, and that many whO had been simply imprisoned had not been hung or shot. He 'would like the resolu tion to layover: • • : Mr. SaUlent/B r Y said he had referred to these twu persons because they had never heard any charge against them; . they had been arrested in loyal States for.no ,offeece whatever. • Peacea ble citizen in .Delaware and Mary land had been arrested and dragged from their homes, and he thought they had at least a right to inquire into the matter. There was no disposition to oppose the, good at all. After further discussion the Chair announced the special order to'be the baukrupt act, which was informally laid aside. Mr. FiIiBIiNDICN, (Me.;) from the Committee on , . . lac ? , -reported ;a - bin concerning the judge • 1,,;•,,, ,:,,.... , - . :uits.breught by the. United ~:. [Mae, win , was 0-.. -. .: . ........____.,___ ', Mr: Mons; (Kk.,) offered a • juint resolidlim 1 ;proposing certain: amendments .. to I`l tie Condi ' !tution to' alter .the moire of the: electinfrxit Fresident and Vice President of the United fates, as follows : , That the Pretident and Vice President be Wadi in :the following :manner : Each State lii ay within thirty days next before the time appointed for the election of President, in tiny mode • adopted by the State, nomina te to pongress one canuidate'; lied enthe first Moil day of 'February • Sieirt . before -the expire. lion of each, Presidential term, the two houses of Cdigiess shall meet together as a Convention in the Hall of the House of Repre eantatiVes, and all the:candidates nominated by ihe•Statea l within , the , preceeihug thirty days, not' exceeding one from each State, where nominations shall have been authenticdteci to Congrees, shall be bd.:ire said conven tion es candidatee for thepresidtar4 t mud there -oPon the said iftnventien `shall proceed, under ttViiiiPerviifotil; et the 'Presiding' o ffi cers of e two Horueri,-t# vote-try :oee'll ballot from oi*iiibe said 'candidates - .Mr Pres ident; and lahen any ass idrail. have, repeivdcl34o: number , votes; equal 'Li; all t4e members - elected and Hilted hi , ' birth Hedire, of , Congres,s, be • WI -be deelqaii by; ,t the - n*ldent of t e 'Senate 44' be-, President of. Itfre: Hefted lee: ::I.n 'ail ':Citses . - where Whiting shall . ried eirntinired in this male ' tlianigh five daysp , 'and no- ' election "shall' - `have been effected, on the sixth day it pil.ali be, resnmed, and aftereachhallOtthe tam% presiding shall drop the candidate who hes received the small= est,eum her et votes, or two or more candidates who, he have received tut equal mumher of votes; a d , lees thin all the others, and the balloting ki II be s& continued . among ' the remaining dales until one shall receive the. majority a resaid4. toid thereupon tire' President of the nate shall announce him to- be. elected .Presi dent orthe United Statue., [The convention 'Ain then Proceeed in the setae manner, from the remaining candi dttßes . to. dect a Vice President of the IT ed States. Whenever it may occur in the `voting' fOr President or Vice Pres ident that all candidates but two had been dropped; the hallo,ting . between them may, if W4CPOSarY to ,ttoitke on; election; continue two days lenger, and, if then pes, candidates shall been received' the required ' number of vdtes, the officer presiding tiver the conven tion :shall report the. state of the tads to the Supreme Court of the,. United Pastes, and it sbbll thereupon pronounce.., which two °and& dh e amendment s shall fill the office.'T , amendment was ordered to be printed. he Chair laid before the Senate_a communi cation from 'the Secretary of the Tieasury in answer to . a resolution calling for the amount p: 'd for prosecution and litigation of land titles in , ' ornia: . : , i_ . i . Alimony; (It, 1.0 offered a joint regau tio ,; increasing thebouds of the superintendent of •nblic printing taforty thousand dollars. he, bankrupt bill was then taken npand read unfth. lb, motion of Mr. l'osnut, 040.0 it was potted 'till Thutiibly, the 18th, and made ageoial.order of that day: Dll.ll/otiOn 19frlar1 Sumner, the Senate went executive tetzlon after which it Adjourned. HOUSE ,OF, REPUSENTATIVAS• The main question was- then ordered—yeas 83,inays47. Air. OLIN, of New York, exPressed.his surprise that anjobjeCtion should be made to the post ponement of the bill when 'an opportunity for its Idiscussiow would be afforded. -If it was postponed till next Abursday, it could be exam; in with' the care and wisdom which the House should bring upon so important a subject. iil/14at hdobjected wspecially Was,lhat a meat 41*4 sei otwk MittimPollined and MOM lad& ; there was a diversity of opinion should be hur riedly thrust through the House. Mr. VALLANDIGHAII, (Ohio,) said he bad ob jected only to the , bill being made a special order. Mr. COLFAX, (Indiana,) differed from Mr. Olin ; he did not think the immediate passage of the hill.would be discreditable to tbe House. Mr. &imam was about adoresaing the House 'on the subject, when Mr. Vallandigham raised the question that Mr. Stevens had no right under the rule to do so. Mr. 'STEVENS asked that he might be allowed three minutes to explain. Mr. VALLANDIOHAM objected unless others should have a similar privilege. Mr. HOLMAN, (Ind.,) moved to lay the bill on the table. Not agreed to—yeas 45, nays 88. Mr. STEVENS explaiued it was not his intention to put the bill on passage but a postponement was presented. Mr. THOMAS (Mass.,)desired an amendment, in order that those who have been illegally im prisoned may have their remedy. Mr: STEVISNS, in further explanation, said, he doubted the authority of the President to sus pend the writ of habeas \ corpus, except from absolute necessity, during the recess. He held that Congress is the sovereign power, . not the President. Me had carefully copied the bill from the precedents of the English Parliament of the last two centuries, not adding a word excepting what was necessary tinder the pres ent circumstances of the country. The Presi dent was justified in exceeding the power at .the time of our extremest peril, when traitors were found in every household and township north and south. The bill passed, 90 against 45 Mr. WRICarE of-red a series of resolutions that the rebellion of the seceded States against the government and laws, was deliberately waged and without reasonable cause, and as setting the duty of the government to put it down by every constitutional means, etc. Mr. LOVEJOY moved to lay it on the table. Mr. WICKLIFFE, introduced a bill for the pro tection and relief of the loyal citiz ns whose property and slaves have been taken, seized and abstracted by the officers and army of the United States, Referred to the Judiciary Com mittee. Other business of minor importance was transacted, when Mr. STEVENS offered a series of resolutions, referring to various parts of the President's Message. Referred to appropriate committees. Mr. hicuannson severely criticised the ITlES sage. He said most of it was about the negro and nothing about the bravery of our soldiers. Adjourned. FROM ARKANSAS. Repulse of the Rebels by Gen Blunt. ,The Enemy Thought to be Retreating `t Advices from the South-weer to-night say that the enemy, under Generals Hindman and l'" .. ' -'- 9sQnht,Ea. attempt. dto tom) - General Bind ' s positron i , L --- m-n-vi i ii A a k an , has, yesterday, but were driven balc. -- -ufts iIIAMILI in g they drove Ili mit' s pickets three miles,' ui on the arrival of reinforcements, they were ain repulsed. i Gen. Blunt's opinion is that the demonstra- Ootflas been made to cover their retreat, as they were felling timber all night, probably to Obstruct the road and prevent pursuit. Gen. Blunt held the enemy in cheek four ~ays, Gen. llOrron's command reinforces him to-morrow. MARKETS BY T.ELBGRAPH. PHILA.DNLPIIIA, Dec. 8. Flour held firmly, receipts tget, and sales for export at $6 tor superliue, $U 50 for extra, iMd s7®7 .50 for extra family; rye flour steady at $5 60, and corn meal at $5 60 ; wheat con tinues to have an upward tendency and 100,-, 000 bus. sold at $145@1 50 and white at $1 80 41 85; rye sells on arrival at 96®98c; oats billing at 42c; no change in groceries or pro ,virsions; clover seed in good re quest and 1,000 :Que. sold at $6 40@6 50; flax seed is wanted at $8; 800 bbls. whisky sold at 40c. ''. !Cotton dull, at 64@,67e. Flour active ; tales 13,000 bnls., at *5 85@15 90 for State, sit 76®13 85 for Ohio ; Southern unchauged. heat buoyant; sales 75,000 bushels, at $l2O 1 27 for Chicago Spring ; $1 26@,1 35 for lkilwaukee •Club, and $1 41(01 44 for red. C it rn buoyant ) sales 66,000 bushels, at 70@ 7c. ; uusouud 68(0,69c. Pork firm, at $lB 4 i®l3 31f Tor mess. Lard steady at 9@113c. Wioisky dull at 39c. Receipts of flour 4 4 ,410 Ms.; wheat 294,189 bushels ; corn 245,436 ihishels. BALTIMORE, Dec. 8. Flour quiet. Wheat dull ; red $1 45®1 48 ,Cora active ; new 74@The, r - old white is scarce Nts active. Whisky steady. Provisions dull tu) Atintrtistments. Dinringer's Patent Beef Tea• A SOLID Concentrated Extract of Bee Li_ and ypgetsibles, convertible immediately. hit° nourishing and delicious :Map or Beef Tea. approved by a mime! of oar Physicians who use; it in our hospitals for the sustenance for oar wo . nuded. Dinaelioaa Fos Rev.—Cut up oneilllth part Of a cakii of the extract, pour on boiling water, aoout a pint, more or less, according to the strewth desired In a ftw Minutes it Will Du entirely disioured. This admirable article condenses iota a compact form, all the sul;istantial anti nutritive pr monies of a ougp bulkat Meat and vegettbies. Toe rea rtheis with whibh it dissolves lute a rich and palaiable ion., or tea, •wineh would require hours of prepairt ion, ace rdi9g to t4ensnal method, is an advantage in many situations °tide to Onion to need urgit.g. FOr wale by WM. DOCK, Jr., & Co TELJao. F. giciaarrEß, gOolti AND JOB PRINTER, NO. 18, MARKEY STREET, HARRISBURG. Ager Particular attention paid to Printing, Ruling and aip4iing of 14ailroad Blanks, Manifests, Polioiaa, Meeks, Dra4di, Qua* printdd at sa, $3, $4, and $5 per Lou and in elegant style. ijD BUCKWHEAT FLOUR!! I # !TB.A. FINE just received. WM. DOCK, Jr., & 00. .._ ~Dandelion, and Barley Coffee, just re , caved and for sale low by NICHOLS & EOWMAN, ' nelS Cor. Front and Market Streets. Foalai Lemons and & ielne , just re thod and for ioLle low by • . NICHOLS & BoWMAN+ .010 . Corner Paint ind Market streets. . _ . was, Datos t Primes, Raisins, and all kinds orNuts, 'AAIUN WlSfr !Wore.; FtirS i) _ . PRICE. ONE . CENT I=l 1=0:1=1 ST. Lome, Dec. 7 NEW Yo., ac. 8 + e ) .