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MARKET ST AND MARKET ectUAREI
HARRISIIuitG , PA,
Marti F. INCLELL‘N, PROPRIIITOK
(gicayrky OONDOOTSD BY WELLS 00VERLY)
MI if) a First Clans Hotel. and 'located In the contrail
part is+ tee city. it in kepsirn the beet manner, sad its
patrons w'il 11 rot every accommodation to be met with 10
the beet trus:c ih the country. re3o-titt
PEIPIIER'S DAILY LINE !
BET WEEN PHILADELPHIA
Loekliaien, Jersey Shore, Williamsport, Nan
cy, Uniontown, Watsoulown,
Lewisburg, Northumberland, Sun- -.
bury, Trevertou, Georgetown,
Rollin, Dauphin •,
AND ELARRISBI7RG.' .
The Phl'adelphia Depot hem:, eent - al.y loeatet the
Drayage heat the Lowest Rates. .T.se Candadtor
pee tor .uga with emu Into to *Lead to the safe OP:
livery of all g :ode Intruded to the dol. Goods deliver
el at the Depot of
Freed, o'ra:d a Freed, 811 Market street, PhUsdelphis,
by h e's,,ok, P. M., wi, b • delivered in Harrisburg the
Freight Always as Low as by Any Other
Philadelphia as t Maeda% Depot,
Foo of Market .7,treet, lierrieburg.
001021- , 41
B, J. HARRIS,
Tin and Sheet Iron Ware Manutaetirer,
NO. 112 .411,41arEl SCREE!,
AS always ou hand. a tull assortment
H ant) and Japannou Wars,
Waring and Parlor
Monet; of too boot reanutoinrion, butte . Spouting *Mt
frig and Claivatdand Iron manuntatured 441 put
up at rendunable rates.
Repairing promptly' attended to. . apr3o-dly
JOHN B. SMITH
HAS removed his Boot and Shoe Store
from the corner of timed and Walnut stream to .
N.O. 108 T STREET;:.
Next door to Hay ne's Agriculture atom, where tio Intends
to keep all kinds of Boots a ,, d Shoes, Gaiters, &c., and st.
large Stook et' Trunks, and everything in his line - of tin-'
Wiese; and WILL be thanclul to receive the 'fatronage
Mee old customers stud the , pub lie m general at .kis. new
place of bucub.es. All kinds et work loade.to order ia ,the
beet style and lirsuperier woe kwen. Repairing
short notice. ispr2dif I JOHN
MORAVIAN FEMALE SEMINARY,
At Lids, Lancaster Co., Pa.
Affords superior advantages for thorough and
soccimplisised female education: For circulars
and information, apply to
REV. WILLIAM C. REICBEL,
twit . . AIJOLPII l', 'MVPS ER.
WOULD respectfully inform hip, 0 54
l otto.. and the public gineeemy that 1;, Awn',
continuo to give instructionn on the MANZ) PORTIe, 113S
LODEON, VIOL Xt: and also in the science of THOROUGH
BABEL. Re will veth pleasure Walt upon 'pupils at their
homes at a 0 riour desired,
,or lessOtti will be events,
his residepoe, is Third street; , rAW doors 'below lb
Herman fteinrynrd C,burch_ - 1 deodS.W.st'l..
DAWL. A, MUNCH , AGENT.
OF the Old Wallowr Line respectfutly
informs the public that this Old Daily TllBo 6l *
Lion Line, (the only Wallower Line now in eirlstentie'
this City,) i. w m sixwesatui operation, and prepared tic
carry frrisht as low as any, other indirideal line between.
Philadelphia, Harrisburg, Sunbery, Lewisburg, ligil
liamspori, Jrrsey Shore, Lock Hav^n and all other points
on the Northern Central, Ptuladelphia and Erie and WU
hameport and Elmira Railroads. -
DANL. A. MUHNCH, Agent.
. Harrisburg, Pa.
Goods:sent to the Ware Howe of Madill. Peacock,
Zell & ~b3cluaan, Nos 808 and 810 Market street above
'Habib, Philadelphia, by 4 o'clock, F. L., will arrive at
Harrisburg, ready for delivery seat morning.
discoyeted the most certain speedy
1.1. 'eh° efffitenal itlitie4 i ‘ n the world for
DIS EASES' Or INIIILUVENC.E,
agars re sut TO rwstffla Roues. .
No Idercury or Notions Drugs.
A Cute Warranted, or nd , Chaige ita . from one
• to Two Dare,. •
Weakness of the Back or,Lirebe, Strictures, Affections
of the bidoeye and Bladder, Involuntary discharges, Ire-
Powtrigt Lletifelle Nervousness, Dyspepsy, , lan
eueir,,,Lettenptrits; Ckiligymon of Ideas, Palpitationot Abe
IleartliMidity; Trerabllieke, Dimness of,iftght or Glitch=
nem ID( seam of the Head, Thrtiat, Note`oic Skin; Affect
lions of Anti Diver, Lungs, Stomach or Ilinivels--thOse ter
rible, dimorders arising from MetHolintry Habits of Yobili
—that° Bacarr and tannery ,practictes more fatal to .their
victimlithan the song of :Imitate the Mariners of lays
sea, bbgbanitheir meet Iwililitit hoped or Switiciektions,
rendering marriage, tke,,impossible.
Illapettally, who have beConte the victims of Solitary'
Viee„that dreadful and.destructive habit which annual
ly, sweep" to' en , undmely pates t thousands of Yonne,
Men `of the most exalted talents and brilliant •littelleet,
who might otherwise have entranced listening Senates
with the thunders of eloquence or waked to ecstasy the
living lyre, Mal dill With full confidence.
; t .
Married Persons, or Yonfia l Hen - contemplating mar-
Nage, being aware Of phytical Weakilees, organic debili
ty, deformities, do., speedily cured. - -
He who places himself under the care of Dr. J. may
religiously confide in his honor as a gentleman, and con
fidently rely upon his skill as a Physician.
Immediately Cured, and fallvigor Restored.
This dlstressingaffeettets.—which renders
i its misera
ble and marriage mpossible—is the penally paid by the
victims of litiproper indulgences. )' oung *sous are too
apt to commit gammas from not being aware' of the
dreadful consequences that may ensue. New who that
understands the subject will pretend to deny that the mite
er oefirocreation is lost sooner by those falling into jut
proper babita than by the prudent Besides being 'de-
Prreed,the pleasures of healthy 'otilniring, the • most se
rious aeei destructive symptom? te both body and mind
arise The system becomes deranged, the Physical and
Mortal Functions Weakened, Lose of Procreative Power,
Nervibus Irratibility, Dyspepsia, Palpitation of the Heart,
Indigestion, Constitutlon.tl Debility, a Wasting .of the
Frame, Chetah, Consumption, 'Decay and Death,
South ,Frederick Street.
Left hand side going from Baltimore street, a few door.
treit the corner. Pail. sot to observe mime and number.
Letters Inusf be paid and contain a stamp. The Deo.
tor's Diplornali hang in his Wee.
A Cure Warranted in Two Days.
lye ierenry or Hausana Drags,' • -
• ' ' Dr. Johnson,
Member of the Royal. College of Surgeons, London, Grad
uate from ode of the snostominent Colleges in the United
etatoe,sad the greeter part of whosclife has been spent
Ih ilielpoopitjaa of London, Paris, Philadelphia and else
' ten..., nks elected some of the most, astonishing' cures
that were ever known • many troubled with' ringing in
alri bead and ears when asleep, great nervousness, being
armed at Sudden sounds, bashfulness, with, frequent
blushing, attended sometimes with tier &ligament of min
were cured tmknediately. ..;
.....° lii C.
Take Particular Notice.
Dr. J. adore... •aub. , _"..iwide have injured themselves 1
by improper indulge. ce aTaomary nem., .......... ..,
bah body and mind, unfitting them for either business,
study, society or marrings,.. • . • •
•rhese sire some of the sad and metancholly effects pro •
Mined by early habits of youth, viz : Weakness of the
Bitch and Lim* Pala hi the blead,..Dimilesii. i f 'Might,
Loss of Muscular Power, palpitation of the heart, Dys
,pepsy, Nervous Wratibility, Derangement of the Digestive
• rguAttitpti„Motneral.Dobliity, Mymptomt of-Consumption,
Mitirrelair ,r-ThA fearful effects on the. mind are much
to be dressited.-fmi of llisidor l y, Cent usiOnraf Idea'S , De
rtiewoo,c4 Spirits, Sivil Forbudings, Award on to seedetn
}laif Disirdst, lave of Solitude, Timidity, tic., are some or
e evils_ produced.
Tuouiteire of persons of all ages can tiow,judgervibit
Is the cause of their decliaing.health,loeing ;their vigor,
becoming weak, pale, nervous and emaciated, having a
eingularappearance about,the eyesileetufh and srptoms
Of consapipflog, i'..- .
• t l E l l : 0 OW/g. /en - - ' 1 .
Who ha*imitiedlheinsetvailoy a certain practice' In
dniged In when a habit frequently learned from
evil cosimor at school, the effeete of whisk; are
nightly foll,ftWoniehenatileep,and if not eured solders
marrisoltspessi destroys both ' ind and body, ,
should apply illeiy.
What a pit; : thitti. young Man, the,hops of his Colin
try, the darling:Kids parents, should *matched iron
all proipects end suboymentei et litb,vpitto consequence
of deviating from the path of nature and bidets* In a
certain secret habit.:. Such persons arosr„,beforepentem.
pieties ~ t : . ;-' ' f : ; " ''' •••
reflect Wait sound mind and
u arepup most *sees,
airy raeundien to promote eOllO 'h ppiacaa. Indeed,.
without theseVthitijourney through lifchecomes a weary
pilgrunage4ll4nosPerihaniflrAtelreas to the
the mind becomes shaldwernrith despair and tilled with
the melanctiolly reflection that the , happiness of another
Weems* blighted witapur, owp. . . , . , L 1,,
Di ease of . Imprudence.
When the misguided aisdhagiudea votary of pleasure
gods that he has ambitmd the .alledefori this painful dis
ease, it too often lutiams tliat in tll-timedisen of ehame
or dresid-ePtbsooVery; deteri - blin 'DOM apPlYin as g
who, troll education and. , inettittiflity; Can alonebe
friend him, dlSli tilt thesconstitatlemd .sympaime on
t his horrp. d*
oen odlahrs , &Willa We i nocturnal Agile in .
the haul aid Mink dimness Weight; deahneSs, nodes on
the shin- Wit ti And Irma, Taloichigi on the hl-ad, face and
1 eitremitie*rogressing with frightful rapidity, till at
I.lll'st the of the mouth, or I l bn heinee of the n ose. fall
in, and l the Mini ekthisliallil disease became ,
°homer sammwersatoni till death puts a Period to his
dreadful augspiniflis by.sending_hini to 44 that Urdiscov•
vered Coppry from whammy/ traveler returns," . ,
yi is'. It foot that thousands fail, victims, to
ibis terrible dieemie, - -Owing to the unskilfulineas of igne
mut pretandelaiwito by the we of that Deepfig' Petiori,
merelFW PiigitiLATVOillilla sad mike the ..- residue ‘ o
... ).... ,1 1411.1.
Strangers. . . ..11
Trust ildt year llves, 9r health, to the care of * L umpy
Unlearned add 'WerthlearPretenders; dqabtuteof know
ledge name tischaraciir,wboaemy Dr: gothanni's silver;
rrorlsi4a.fri,9r-10711IN ..ilhendWilven . ill thee inewapiosigi
regularly decated Physicians incapable of Oaring, they
keep yea trifling Stienth after month . taking their, Malty
and polsoisourowell cot mbuilds, or as the smallest
tae can. be , Obtained; and In doper, leave yen with ruin: .
etilbealth to sigh over your alining disappointment. • •
Dr: JOhnbon Is the only . Physician advortising,, ..
131 e crederidid or diploma* alwayi hang* in 1;isl, Oleo.
llis remedies or treatment , are einknearrte all' Other*,
prepared from ell* spent in , the great.auispitaier or ge.
rope, the fistill.,4 l 4 l . ll plOrY PO lkinPrer.isitemetew. itri-'
vale Practice that ally Other phyaloleA its the world::; r
Iridorienteiit'tif the Preis.
The noinylliouilands cured at th i tratibitton. year af •
her year, sind•the.suleierouir Impo rtant Ddrgicar . Opera_
DoPudilitrierwitt l i 6 7 Dr- JohleSnowitseassed by. the' ie..
P" t tr a li th t Vl ') "übilP9.Ti " rod. !teeny other , pa
pers, uo ISM r eh have Appeared again and main
before the pnblikbeendeeldititandidg all li Kentleman - nf
°Minster slid respensibillgy,, I atelefikofent griarriiites
. ; . gam 1616,0011..bpeedlly Cured..
t A tt
,; t-1 4 8i1olill writ 4 s , lthalirs leerrapeier in :directing their
hsiderite his Ins „in the .lickyrintmanner :
. i JOAN; IiCK . PV.1113011. M. D. '
Of the Baltimore Leek IfellPitel, Beihreto H.&
frAL Oil Lamp shades, Wicks, ChM'.
1. 1 .0 Pell, ;Or lAkin.lnw by ; . •
NICHOLS* BOWN - AN,
Corner Fran and norket.streets.
9diUR newly replenished stook of Toilet
and l'aney Goode se uneurisaseedin this city "and
g colitldent of rendering satisfaction, wo wouid rot
peolfully Invite a call. KELLER,
- lit itarket street, two doors out ofyoerth street, south
NW a, , .
FISH every Tuesday and Friday
MAIO BM RIM atom porn"' de Third add Wal•
HARRISBURG, PA., WEDNESDAY EVENING', pEcErku3ERT7, 1.862,
STEINWAY'S UNRIVALLED PIANO'S,
VIOLINS; GUITARS,. FLUTES, FIFES, AO
CORDEONS, DRUMS AND MUST
Of every kind.
HOW E'S SEWING MAC BUN ES
Large Pier and Mantle Mirrors,
Photograph Prames and Albums.
at the New Music Store of E4:148 WAND,
au,,14 dly N 0.12, North Third Street, above Market.
80. 811ELLENBERGER & BRO., 80:
MERCHANT TAILORS AND CLOTHIERS,
Ho. 80 Marked Street, Harrisburg.
11116 largest and most extensive assortment
1. of Ready made Clothing, suitable for win
ter wear, is now offered for sale at the above
establishment, at prices to suit the tiM , l3.
.complete stock of Gerstlernerts Fur
- They have also on hand a large assortment
of Cloths, Cassimereg and Vastings, which they
are prOpared' to manufacture to order on the
most reasonable terms. 1324-1 m
• • FOR SOLDIERS I
WHOLESALE OR RETAIL.
: AT PRIORS
13A58 A .13L Y LESS than, can now be purcluis-
JL ..ed elsewhere) • -
SOLDIERS look to your interests, and call or
wad to KELLER'S •
*Drug Store, 91 Market Street, for a Writing
Folio. To dealers wishing to buy out the lot
;we will offer an inducement. n 022
VURS, FURS, FURS,
I -. FURS, FURS, •
OF every description.
Fresh stock just opened
Next door to Harrisburg rank.
n 025 4w
TELEO. F. OC.ELEF.FER
BOOR AND JOB PRINTER,.
NO. 18, MARKET STREET
. Ara -Particular attention paid to Printing, Ruling and
Binding of Railroad Blanks, lolanda:de, rolioies, Cheeks,
Drafts, &C. CARDS printed at $2, . 53, $4, and Se per
tiousaud in elegant style. 190
vy-Atr., Pit'Eß AND WINDOW SHADES.
1 tleary O. Shaffer has a large lot , o'
"Pall Paper and Window Shades on hand,
Which wilt be sold very low. Call and examine:
pkykaispkw. portouolly attended to.
oct27 No. 12 Market St., near the &Edge.
100 BBLS. FINE CHOICE APPLEs.
VOR SALE CHEAP at JOHN WISES, in
.12 Third Street, tAest door to Tradly's Barber
shop. . . , •
ALSO, ANOTHER. LOT-OF FINE, LARGE
OATAWBA GRAPER, cheap, wholee4le and re
- , , . nol2
GRAPES 1 GRAPES' t,i
ALOT of Fine Sweet Grapes, just 'received,
and for sale low, at
WISE'S FRIIIT STOAE,
Cor. Third and Walnut Sta.
I_WCKWHEAT FLOUB.—Wyoming YAlley
4../ Buckwheat Flour, an extra article, just
rgeeived aud for sale by ' • .
NICHOLS & BOWMAN, •
(ID Corner Front and Market Sts.
CORN MEAL, and Extra Family Flour, just
%,) received and for aale by
NICHOLS .& BOWMAN,
Corner Fruut and Market Sts
00 LBS. SUPER EXFRA, from t
Wyoming Valley. For sae
WM. DOCK, JR., Si CO.
. BUCKWHEAT. FLOUR!.!
FINE just rec:eived.
W9l. DOCK, Jr., 8c CO.
VRESH ''Lemons and, Raisins, jest re
.1.1 cowed sea for solo law Al..
i • • - 1.71,f gOLS sr. ft, •Wld-.N
ably , Oerrter4ront and Market stree.s.
y,ius, Datea,,Prupea Raiains, and all
Studs or Nuts, at Jt..1 . 4N Btorp Third sod
alma. ' mu
rvag, Up4egrove Look Prpperty, is ii
grocery and Rockville House, situated live miles
shore 'Harrisburg, is now offered for sale.. See adver
tisatent in another column, ,or apply tow. UMW..
- 10, ;Dandelion, suit Barley Coffee, just re
it. celved. and for ses low by
NISOLS. & BOWMAN;
nolB ' Cok. "gnno and Market Streets.
DIARIES FOR i 1863.
THE largest oiror . toient of Marled fur 1863
just received, a
BERGNER'S BOOK STORE.
- OAS - SETS, TUBS, and all kinds of Willow
jai and Cedar Ware, for sale by
NICHOLS dc - BOWMAN,
— nl4 Cor. Front and Market Streets.
300 j ß us i T EFLS recei„l f a . ad
Superiorr,e low, by
. WM. bOCK., Jr., tiVO..
BI)STON CRACKH,Rd; -
A LARGE supply of. these delicious crackers
•21., justreceived and for sale by . , •
• • WM. DC Cs, Jr., & CO, ,
ISABELLA AND 'CATAWBA •
GBA PE VINES, strong ,tuatl thrifty, two
years Old, at reduced prices, at Keystone
B'CfRNERS for coal oil lamps—Jones' Excel
sior, Excelsior screw, and others, for sale
NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
Corner Front and Market Sts.
• HAVANA. ORANGES
JTIIST remived by
[dio] WM. DOCX, &CO
I-0 choice varieties, at - Keystone Nursery
A HARI/SONE HEAD we HAIR is a crown
11. Of glory. With, proper care and , culture
it will keit as a protection to. the head as long
as the nails ao 1 11M3 angers, or the eyelashes
to . the eyes.
v Ortatuta:s Ammons. is • the only
article yet discovered that will bring about the
desired resuits., ; It isu preparation the result
of science and ,experiment the science point
ing out;what was needed,. and experiment find=
ing the required . prepetties irk certain roots,barke,
and herbs. It hassousurned a long time in its
preparation, has beep Mated• by persons of most,
undoubted reliability M this city and Is by them,
pronounced 'perleot, and the . only satisfaetory
article, and is now offered to the public. The
proprietors, determined to give the moat
thorough tests, practical and chemical, and now
certain that , it will make, the hair. gibs! Itrxtrtil
army on Bald Heads, Preventing Grayness and
Baldness, Reinvigorating and Beautifying the
iHair, rendering it soft ancislossy. '+,.;
Du. STl444.li'i MIXIMILSAS a stimulating,
oily extract of roots, barks, and herbs, and,
aside from its neatness, permanency, and gloss,
it is medically adapted to preserve and add to
the beauty of tbe hair. The only article yet 'die-
Overecl that wdl Cure the Disease of the Scalp, and
Ouse the Hair to Grow.
This is to certify that about eighteen months
ago, 1 commenced, using STIRLING'S AMBROSIA.
My hair was short, thin tuichrapidly falling out.
I had tried many Hair Tonics, ,Invigorators, &c.,
Without receiving any benefit., Soon after using
the . Ainbicsia, my.hair- ceased falling out, and
ttoliinienced growing, so rapidly as to astonish
me. Now my hair is thick, soft, and- &may,
and is five feet four inches in length—when let
down, reaching , to the , floor.. This wonderful
result I attribute solely to the use of STERLING'S
104:1311013Iii, as since 1.0 - ,:mmericed using it , 1 have
applied nothing else to my hair.
MRS. LUCY A. BROWN.
flworn to before me this 16th day of April, 1861.
H. N. PARK - KR, Com. of Deeds.
Cagy Hall, New York.
For Sale by D. W. GROSS & CO., Har
risuurg, Pa. nl4-d3m}
Office of JAI COOkB,
At JAY COOKE, & CO,, Bankers,
114 SOUTH THIRD' STREET,
Philadelohia, Nov.. 1, 1862.
The undersigned,' having been ..appointed
SUBSCRIPTION, AORNI2 by the Eecertary .
the Treasury, is 'now iitePared to furnish, at
New Twenty Year. 6 per et. Bonds;
. , .• •
of the United StateS, dektigßated as "Kive-
Ttventies," redertnitble 14 thu, pleasure, of the
Government,' after five 3`rears, and antiegized
by Act ofUongress,
.hpismovS4 Felireary 25,
. ;The COUPON BONDpirr ;fie* in, sums of
$6O, $lOO, $5OO, $lOOO. . ,
'The REGISTER BONDS hi 'sums of $5O $lOO,,
$5OO, slooo , aud $5OOO. ; ,
Interest at Sit . per cent :' per auburn will
commence trom date of purchase, and Is
PAYABLE IN GOLD,
Semi-Annually, whiCh is ennui, at the present
premium on gold, to about. EIGHT PER CENT.
Merchants, Mechanics, Capitalists,
anti ail lave _ any money to invest, should
know and teinember that these bonds are in
effect, a FIRST MORTGAGE upon. all. are, .
roads, Canals, Batik Stocks and. Securities, and
the immense products of all the Manufac
tures, &c. &c:, , the country ; and that the
full and sLiple PrOvision made for the payment
of the interest and liquidation of principal,
by Cuetums Duties, Excise Stamps and Internal
Revenue, serves to make, these bonds the
Beat, lost Available • andblosi Popular
Westmont in the Market.
Subscriptions received at PAP. in Legal
Tender Notes, or notes and checks of banks at
par in Philadelphia.- Subscribers by, mail, will
receive prompt attention, • 'and every facility
and explanation will be afforded on application
at this office. - • •
A..tall supply of Bonds will be kept on _bind
for Immediate delivery.
JAY COOKE, Subeeilptfon Agent,
QKVERAL liundred f •froin six to twelve fee
) s ) 'high, for sale eheap,at the Keystone Nur
eery.. i nov -dtf
IHIMNEYS, Wicks, g. actee, and Glass Canes,
for sale by'
NICNOLS & BOWMAN,
dor. Front and Market Ste
d 8 '
COICE SYRUPS and BAKING MOLASSES
for sale' cheap by
NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
Cor. Front and Market Streets.
riloßAcco t , Cayendish, Congress and
11 Twist, for tale [4 by
NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
Corner front and Market streets.
lIGAR cured hams, ' just received an
or sale, by ' iimauts flowmAN,
.4 1 ,17 Cdf. Frbnt' add'Market street.
lur ESS Mackerel, jtfetiecebied,
.a id for sale,
/TX by NICHOLS'itr, BOWMAN,
ndv6 • ' Cor..Ficat mid Market Ste.
bi -E W (lrleann Sugatn, white and brown
Alla received 11.114 i for sale tour by
Cor. Firm. hid Market swede.
V l 5
I N variety, at Keystone Nuragy, Harrisburg
Oct. 13, 18_62.
1 - 1(.)1X.A , NUTS, Raisins, 'Aud i Prunes, just re
%) ceived and'for sale by ' -
NICEIOLS & BOWMAN,
Cor. Frbnt'and krar4et Streets.
IDAFASErs, Tp be, Ernshes•oPall kinds, for
by, • : NICHOLS &430WMAN,
*uu • " ‘,l Qat: froirkt and llarketlfts.'
',:. . : • • „
!: I :1 . :4 • .' , , ..,- i } '' ' .
, - .s
The Rebelt lereasing Their' Forces
300 Rebel CAvairrLisy 'Down Arms
and , Reftise to'
THEY SURREIDER 1 1 011111 UNION PINUPS.
ilestrartion of Hospital at Mamfordsville,
, • •
Loursvoxs, Deo. 16.
The rebels have increased their force 'at No
linsville._ Forre,st has not been at . Charlotte.
lhelfnion troops are still at ClArksville.
.Three hundred.of Woodward's . rebel cavalry
have come in with their arms reftuabg to fight
for the. Southern Confederacy any longer.
The weather• is stormy: The ItlaShvillq cat a
laave,arrived on.timer and all is•gnietalong the
There is nothing new at Nashville, except b.
Slight and unimportant -skirmish yesterday at
Woodsonville. - •
.The•hogpital st•MumfordsvillewaSburried to
day.; tiltie soldiers werer.stisefely removed,' and
lifes lost. . • ...
Violation of a Flag of Truce by the Rebels
A party of rebel mashy yesterday grussly
violated a flag of truce by pouncing on a de
tachment of the 4th ?hobigan cavalry . while
awaiting.a reply,. capturiag 53 of our men:
There is no prospect of •a general advance of toe
rebels. . , ... •
Major General Dix and •hiaif 10't here this
morning fur Newport News, .to review the
A foraging party which was sent out friim
Yorktown last Friday, returned this morning
,With large druves.uf cattle, sheep and swine,
having been very successful. •
lIIVIICH COAIRESS-=-SECOND SESSION
• The Vice President laid before the Bellew a
Message from the President placiug at the ors
postal of Coniress three swords toroierly heioug
.itlig to Gen. Twiggy torwarded to him by Major
Butierfrom New °Fleshes, and suggesting
that: if they should tie, given .tu any one by
ijougress as rewards for bravery, Gen. Butler
ie entiil4to the first consideiation. Laid on
Ddrlictootalear.., offered a juint lebo
#esolved, let. That theggyerument will main
tain the payment giu*,,,, o , its bodebtednetki,
and would consider it a hroaph oi taith to the
ppblicto do other Wise.
.gescolpeg, 24. : That the duties on imports shall
od u riun c to_ke paid in coin and the old issue or
demand notes only, and when tke latter shall
relt , lte. i suffielegit for.the purpose td such' pa'yr
inent, they shalt be hereafter' payable only in
cola. Bele,rred to the CoannitteeP,ml Finance.
nowt (Wis „) offered &resolution tem.er
inf the thanks of Congress to Lima.. Cadwala
der Ringgold and, the °theme and crew of the
Mr. Howe spoke bliefiy in favor of the reso
lution. Referred Wine Committee on Naval
Mr. Ric), (Minn.,) introduced a ' bill granting
public lauds to the State of . Minhesote, to aid,
in ;improving the navigation of the Ithunesota
s.nd Red rivers of ,the ninth:, and connecting
the smeby a canal. Referred. ,
Alai a' bill to promote the. efficiency of the
Subsistence Department. Referred.,
WLLILINSON, (Minn.,) introduced a bill for
the relief of certain persons, for damages sus
tained by the recent deptedations and injuries
inflicted by the Sioux Indians. Referred. Also,
tab bills for the removal of the Winnebago and
Sion" Indians from' Minnesota, and tkte sale of
itf. &M an, (hial3s.,) offered a resolution in
strrictiog toe Committee on Militatt,*ffiirs to
inquire'irito the expediency of, providing : for• the
publication of `the report of Oaptain Mullen.
Mr. EU; (N. H.,) offered a resolution in
suncting itur Comtnittee• on the JUdiciary to
inquire whether the practice
,itliich prevails to
ae, e extent'in sorne•departments ofthe Gov
ern ent of appointing officers to fill ;vacancies
wh 0'4 , 43 not beer:core:titbit during the recess
of resa t but which, Orbited at the preceding
'session, and in JA ccortitinCe • ivith the Constitution
what remedy stiould„be,applied. .
Op motion or alr.lissis the resolution cen.-•
surtug MrAtichanan Was taken up.
• Eir.11.44;(N.H.,) said. he should vote against
the:resolution because he did not believe it
stated facts, and not , because he did not believe
that Mr. Buchanan failed to do what he might,
but'because he would not condemn any man
unheard. Buchannan wal to-day a private
citiAen; an4•Aitis resolution, if passed, would
stamp hiur rwith eternal infamy, and his friends'
might thank God he had no children to leave
behind him. He was utterly opposed to the
Senate passing judgrnent against a man who
has bad no notice of any kind of such a pro
ceeding against him... Me had always consider
ed Mr. Bachanan as the : most overrated man'
he eirei knew. , . .
Mr. BaW41111111.; (Del.,) said this was an entire
ly unusual practice but if it was•to be inaugura
ted, ,he warried fairness shown. .He thought
Mr. Buchanan had done all he could to prevent
war.. He moved _ to amend the resolution as
follows: "That a copy of the foregoing resolu
tion be served on James Buchanan and he be
atliberty,to defend himself against the same."
Mr. Garin, (lowa,) moved to larthe resolu
tion and amendment on the table- - carried,
yeas 68, aays 3, viz: ilesars. Davis, Howe and
Wilkinson. .. ,
°remotion of Mr. - Taulteurz, (111.,), the bill
concerning the arrest of 'state poisoners was
takeii up• and - on motion of Mr. °otiutitaa, -
postponed till tri-niorrow.
The resolution relative to the arrest of certain
citikeilie of DrilaWrtrekwawthen taken up..
! - -
From our' Morning Edition.
FRO :11EN - T 'JOKY.
NASHVILLE, Dec. 16
FROM FoRTE,Ess 11.111VROE.
F9B,TRIIBS MONROE, Dec. 15
WASRINGTON, Dec, 16
Mr. TRIM BULL moved to lay the resolution on
the table, as; the subject was embraced in the
bill just postponed. Agreed to--yeas 29, nays
18. The Sluate`itien adjourned.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
The SPEAKER laid before the House a mtisage
froM the President, saying that: he has iu his
possession three valuable swords, late the Pro
perty of the rebel Major Genet al Tvriggs;Whah
came into the posse.sstou 01 Major General..iittA
ler atter the foimer had lied tn.m Now What's.
The President remarks that if [nese swends are
given to nay officers for valuable services, den.
Butler is entitled to the first consideration. Tlie
message was retell' , d. w the Committee ;cm
Mr. hrEvetts, (Pa.,) moved that his' resolu
tions, which were assigned for consideration-to
day, declaring; that this
u_ou must remain
one and indivisible forever, and that it would
be a high crime for any e.N.ecuti ve or legisla
tive officer to advise or accept peace proposi
tions on any other terms, be postponed till this
day three weeks. . .
Mr. WYCKLISTE, (Ky.,) submitted a substitute,
declaring that all who are opposed to the war
being waged on the principle of the Constitu
dun as it is and the Union as it , was, are ene
mies to their country, and unlit to hold any
office of trust or profit..
Mr. VALLANDICIIIate9 resolutions, which weir,
offered during the first week of the 00,elpu ;
were again read.
They declare in favor of the re-establishment
of the Union on the basis or the several states,
with all their rights and privileges under. the,
Constitution ' without abolishiug slavery there
in. They also declare against • a war of con
quest and subjugaston, and against a dicta or
ship, and condemn: those who act to. the coo
Mr. THOMAS, (Mass.,) U.LOVea that the subject
be postponed till the first of January, 1900.
Mr. STSVANS said he could not consent to that
!without fist consulting the Executive. [Re
Mr. Stevens' motion to postpone the consid
oration of the resolutions was agreed to.
Ou motion of Mr. Cox, (U.,) it was
Resolved, That the Secretary of the Treasury ba
requested to turuibh to Lilt House a statement ,
of the amount of the nuite,l States 10,,n (nee-
ted in 1841, and extend: d by the act of April
16th, 1842, which mils due, during the preshut
year, and also the num: s of - those who 'are
Tegistered as the owners :hereof, and such other.
intormatiou as the deportment may pus -1
set- - s as to the actual ownership thereof,
and that he communicate to the House
a copy or copies.of .uy in,naorial or memorials
addressed to him or toe Treasury Deparpuem .
proposing or soliciting a special medium
payment to the owners Or holders of the said
loan, and whether he proposes to pay the said
luan tu coin.
Mr. ALDRICH, (Minn.,) introduced a. bill,
which was ref e rred to tho CoMmitiee ou In
dian Affairs, for the removal ot_the bioux In
dians and the disposition ut their reservations
in Minnesota and Daeotati.
The West Poiut appropriation bill was pas
sed without cieb,,te alneadmeut.
Mr. Porrsrt, (Wis ,) annuunee4 the death of
Luther Haat:bet, a Rep, eteutattve Iron' Wiscon
Mr. PuIER and Mr. 'cLoaft severally addresst d'
the House on the private and public character
of their' deci ased colleague.
Mr. NOBLE. (0.,) testified his high estuew for
the deceased, who was born and reared in the
distript which he (Mr. Noble) reprtsenta.
,The uses[ COLidOitakQU were
piebed, wnen the House adjourned.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH
In flour there is little doing, and prices fit in—.
sales of 1,500 bbls. super due et $6 14, uxt
$6 60, and extra lainil) s7@7 50 ; auppl
come forward slowly. No cnange in rye, dim
or corn meal. There is a firm demand for
wheat, and 5,000 bus. sold at $1 4610 . 41 48 kr
Pennsylvania red, and $1 60 f. .r souinern. Rye,
comes torward slowly, and commands 97®980. -
Coin is in request, with sales ut 5010 bus. at
78®80c. fur new yellow, and 90c. for old.—
Oats unctuinged-3,000 bus. Pennsylvania and
Delaware sold at 41®44c. cloverseed is in
active request-800 bus. sold at $6 377@,6 50.
Sales of 2,500 bus. flaxseed at $B. Pi °visions
firmer, and 3,000 Vila. of pork were taken fur
Government supplies on private terms. Whisky
firm at 40c.
Flour firm and ales of 11,500 bills. at $5 75
®5 90 for state; $6 75®6 80 for Ohio, and
sti 85®7 10 for southern ; wheat firm, and
sales of 40,000 bus. atsl 20®1 29 for Chicago
Spring, $1 25®1 33 tor Isnlwaukee Club, and
sl.'B9®l 43 tor rtd western ;
coru fi.m, and
salea of 50,000 bus. at 75®76ic ; b.:ef h, avy
at 74.1.00 ; pork quiet.; lard !Steady at 71010 ;
whisky steady at M I ®39e.
MRS. GEORGE D. PRENTIOE.—Mrs. ueorge D r .
Prentice, who went with the flag 'of truce
Sunday, 30th ult., says a Nashville
turned several days ago, with letters fi Oin reb e l
soldiers to their iriends in Kentucky. They
were left at Gen. Bosecrans' headquarters, and,
examined •before they were forwarded. Mrs.
Prentice went South to convey her grandson,
a child, to his father, Clarence Prentice, a rebel
officer. The rebel authorities hesitated about
admitting her through their lines. It is raid
that Mts. Prentice remarked that "it was
strange that the enemies of her son should be
kinder to him than his friends. Mrs. P. is a
sister to Calhoun Benham, a rebel china . , noto
rious as Terry's second in the Broderick-Terry
duel in California.
Tana FELICITY .-lf men did but know what
felicity dwells in the cottage of a virtuous pour
man—how sound he sleeps, how quiet his
breast, how composed his mind, how free from
care, how easy his provision, how healthy his
morning, how sober his night, how moist his
mouth, tow joyful his heart—they would nev
er admire the noises, the diseaseS, the throng
of passions, and the violence of unnatural ap
petites that fill the houses of the luxurious and
and the hearts of the ambitious.—Jeremy Taylor.
Consider the wanton sacrifices, and the degree
of moral turpitude, of one that can go down
against education ; against parental example-;'
againtrtiympatiry with Christian cvmpanions.;
against tne whole army of the means of grae;
against all Sabbath and sanctuary privileges ;
against special divine workings ; against God's
.and especially against the long
suffeling of Gud, that should of itself • lead you
to - repentance. What a funeral March—what;
much' to,perdition, is some men's life.-
PRICE. ONE CENT..
PHILADELPHIA, Dec ; 16
NEW YORK t Dec. 16,