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Y GEORGE BERGNER.
MORNING A.S.D EVENING,
Oj/ice Third Street, near Walnut.
• 4: RMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
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ii*in 6e i Ity at 6 cents per week. Yearly
will be charged $4 00 is advance.
W NERLY 1 ELIMIRAPH
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fui*Olicd t subscribers at the following cash
El a eop'iea, weekly
ts, to Ale postoffice
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kinese notices inserted in the Local
r bt-toit, m arr i ages and Deaths, Elam
Lure for each insertion.
advertising medium the TELIZRAPH hag
its large circulation, among be-Anew
familrni, fu city. and coon try, placiAs
I c mperition. •
t, ONES 1100 - 6'.E
SET ST AND MARKET SQUARE,
SPII F. McCIIEIJ..LN, PROPRIETOR
RICCENTLT CONDIIOTED BY WELLS °OVERLY.)
le 18 a First CAWS Hotel, and located in the
tril part of the city. It is kept in the best
uer, and its patrons will find, every accom
. %don to be met with in the best houses in
.-./T.ELI ETATEB HOTEL.
etitred and Renovated.
L. W. TEN EYCK, Paopuicsoß.
' B I•-• popular and commodious Hotel has
noway refitted aud famished through
' it- .arlurs and chaighets, aud is now ready
toe reception of guests for the winter
traveling public will find the United
/lout the moat convenient in all partiCn
' ,of auy Hotel in the State Capita:, on ac
%._.nt of its access to the railroad, oeing imme
tely between the two grtitt depots in this
• RHISBLIUG, Dec. 29, 1862.-Bra
SIII.III & EWIIVG,
01 , 1LCE THIRD STREET,
NiAltKbff, HARRISBUB(I, PM.TN'A,
t ILL ath ud to the Collection of Bounty
. hi,ney, l'enusiont and arroirs of Pay.
:IV - lhe WIAIOI/4 or other heirs ofany soldier;
~:ay die tv diseaPe or be killed while in
174 . United States service; is entitled to $lOO
, [honey, pension, and all arrears of pay
" 2 r,` . c soldier. jihy
FRESEI GROCERIES I
NICHOLS & BOWMAN
(Corner of Front and Market-Streets,)
constantly receiving from first hands.
large ttocks of choice family gloceries, pur
ased tor cash, which they are thereby enabled
sell at very small advance on city whowsalp
ices. Ti ey would respectfully inform Lim
btic that they do not deal in nor keep at*
toatcating liquors in any quantity, large or
~^ ~ ~i.
,•• ms Es, TOMATOES, ,• • -
•- ,- PINE APPLE, SALMON, •
0 YsrEsS, SPICED OYSTERI3,
LOBSTER, SARDINES,- •
Wff. 1)001, Jr. 41 . C0. •
or sale by
A Ntikt Cl g,
WINES, BRAN &a-
WM. DOCK, Jr. 4'o).
Leer sale by
IBLES AND HYMN BOOKS!
, A LA hUE and splendid stuck of Pocket and
,fl Family Bibles.
P. t-I.yt- rian, Niethodist, Luthelan, German
Relit Li(l. and ocher Hymn .Books. just receiv
ed ittißBl3'S GHhAeßut./IiSTOREC.
00AL OIL, a turthcr rednction in Coal Oil,
auperioi article of non-explosive Coal Oil,
for aa,t very low, by
NICROLS & BOWMAN,
Cor. Front and Market 84:-
g■ lAucku, Iwo talirretuts, - tor sale by
trionoLs & BOWNtAN,.
Rib Omer Front mod Market 8144
49.3LNTIM 4 1.=1)XLM
DISEASES OF IMPRUDENCE.
RELII3' IN SIX TO' 7111ILVS HOURS
NO MERCURY OR NOXIOUS DRUGS.
A Cure Warranted, or No Charge, in from One to
Weakness of the Back,. Affections of the
Kidneys and Bladder, Involuntary dis
charges, Impotency, General Debility, Ner
vousness, Dyspepsia, Languor, Low Spirits,
Confusion of _ldeas, Palpitation of the
H. art, Timidity:Tremblings, Dimness of Sight
ca. Glddiuess, Disease of the Head, Throat,
St se or skin. Affections of the Liver, Lungs,
Sti mach or Bowels—those terrible disorders
arising; from the Solitary Habits of Youth—
those secret and solitary practices more fatal to
their victims than tbe song of Syrens to the
Mariners of Ulysses, blighting their most bill
dant hOpes or anticipations, rendering marriage,
Eopecially, who have become the victims of
Solitary Vice, that dreadful and destructive
habit: :which annually sweeps to an untimely
grave thousands of Young Men of the most
exalted talents and brilliant intellect, who
might 'otherwise have entranced listening Sen
ates with the thunders of eloquence or waked
to ecstasy the living lyre, may call with full
.. SI 00
Mailed Persons, or Young Men contemplat
ing marriage, being aware of physical weak
ness, Urganic debility, deformities, &c., speedily
. P. 1 .-
He who places himself under the care of Dr
J. may religiously confide in his honor as a gen-.
tleman, and confidently rely upon , his skill as a
IMmeiliately Cared, and full vigor restored.
Thfs distressing affection—which renders life
miserlible and marriage impossible—is the pea
alty Paid by the victims of improper indulgence.,
Young persons are too apt to commit excesses
from not being aware of the dreadful come
guanaco that may ensue. Now, who that un
derstands the subjebt will pretend to deny that
the pbwer of prixtreationis lost wetter by those
falling into improper habits than by thepru
dent.l ' Besides being deprived: the pleasures of
healthy Offspring, the most serious and destruc
tive if' , mpto m to both bodir:and • mind arise.
The system becomes deranged;. thephysical and
wrap] functions weakened, loss of procreative
pow*, ftervous irrltabilltp, dyspepsia, palpita
tion iof -the heart, indigestion, constitutional
debility a wasting of the frame, cough, con
sum icon , decay arid death.
dos, No. 7 fkium Fume= feerassrr,
Left hand aide going irinn Baltimore street, a
few doors from the corner. 11',gtil not to observe
name and number.
Letters mink be paid and contain a stamp.
The Doctor's Diplomas hang in his. OifiCe.
Member of the Royal Collage of Surgeons, Lon
don, graduate from one pf the most eminent
colleges in the United States, and the greater
part!of whose life has been spent in the•hosplr
tale of London, Paris, J'hiladelphhk,and else=
where s .has effected some of the most astonishing
cures that were ever known ; many.trnabled
with!ringingin the,head and ears when asleep,
great nervousness, being alarmed at sudden
souxids, bashfulness , with , frequent blushing,
attekded sometimes with derangement of Mind
were cured immediately.
TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE.
These are some of tha , rsad and melancholy;
effecite produced by early habits of youth, viz :
wsakness of the back and limbs, poker in the
head, dimness of sight, loss of muscular power,
palpitation of the heart, dyspepsia, nervous
irritability, symptoms otconsumption, &o.
Mr.srsu.v.—The fearful: effects on the mind
are much to be ,theaded4-loss of memory, cion.
fu-itio of ideas, depieirsioni of spirits, evil fore
bodings;- aversion to society, self, distrust, love
of silitude e tinddity, &0., are some of the evils
Who have injured :theixiselves lby a. certain
practice indulged in wlten alone, a habit fre
quently leam-d from evil companions,. or at
school, the effects of which 'are nightly felt;
even when: asleep; and if not cured renders
marriage impossible, and destroys both mind
and body, should apply-immediately;,
What a pity that a young man, Itheihope of
his the darling of his parents, should;
be snatched from all prospects and enjoyments,
of life,,by the consequence td deviating from:
the path of nature,and indulgingin a certain
secret habit. Bach paeans nunry before contem
Reflect that a. onnd. mind and body are the
most necesBark requisites to promote connubial,
happiness. Indeed, without these, the journey
through life becomes a Weary pilgrimages.the.
prospect:hourly darkens to the vieve, , _ the; mind
Ikernitee.shadowed with despair and filled t with
the melatiCholy reflection that the happiness of
another becomes, blighnxi. with our own.
DISEASE =OF IMPRUDENCE..
When the misguided and imprudent :votary
of Ormolu findszhe baii Imbibed the seeds of
this painfuldiseasoi it. too oiteno happens that
,an illtinied sense of shitoie or the - dread la dis
covery deters him from 'applying to thesti who,
from education and:. reep' otalfility, can • alone
befriend-hit& • Hp falls into the hands of 'igno
rant and designing pretenders, who, incapable
of daring, filch his pecuniary substance, keep
him triflin :Month after month, or as loneas
the sittallest fee!can be obtained, and in despair
leav6 him' with ruined health to • sigh over his
galling ditiappointment, or, by the use of the
deadly poison, -:lfferriiiry, hasten the constitu
tional symptoms of this ter; RIM disease, such as
affections, of the Head, Throat, NorleAkin r , etc.
progressig-with Irightful rapidity • till death
puts Wpiniod'to ifs dreadful sufferings by send
ing4dui to that undiscovered country from
whence 'no traveller returns.
IsooasEßtvr. OF'THE PRE:S.
The Many dieusands cured at this institution
year after year, and the numerons'iMpottant
surgieal operations performed - by Dr..':fibtinene,
witnessed by the reporibis of the Sun,'Cipper,
and many other papers, notices 'of which have
aptieltred again and again before the public, be
sides his standing
,as a gentleman of diameter
and responsibility; is a'ardlicient guarantee to
th f i afflicted:r; •_. •:".i 1.4)
014: 20 % 7 .! SODni ,IRED#I2I9E 87
YOUNG , MEN
HARRISBURG, PA., TUESDAY EVENING, MAY 19, 1863.
The Girard Life Insurance, Annuity and
Trust Company of Philadelphia.
OFFICE NO. 408 CEIBSTIVU7 STREET.
CAPITAL AND ABUTS $1,543,386
THOMAS RIDGWAY, President.
JOHN F. JAMES, Secretary.
CNT IN UE to make INSURANCE ON
LIVES on the most reasonable terms.
They act as Executors, Trustees and Guardians
under not Wills, and as 13.. oei Vera and Assignees.
the Capital being paid up and invested,
together with a large and minstacitly increasiug
reserved tend, otters a perrecr security to the
The premiums may be paid yearly, half year
ly or quarterly.
The company add a BONUS periodically to
the hthurem.es for life. The FIRST BONUS
appropriated iu D.:cetuber ' 1844, tae SECOND
-BONUS to December, 1.849, the THIRD EUNIJ: ,
Detviuber, 1854, and the FOU Bill BONUS
m 1859. These additione are mach without
requiring any iucrease iu the premiums to tie
paid tothe oouipany. ' •
The following are a few examples from the
Register : :
• I lAmoutit of policy
Sum lo n of I 4nd bonus to be in
lusured. 'wowed by future
o. 89.1 $2400 1$ 887 bu
" 132 1 3Uull 1 !WO ut,
" 199. lu9U 400 uU
4, 838, 1 1
bOuo 1 1871 OU
Agent at Harrisburg end vicinity
WATCHES, JEWELRY & StLVER
TUNDEBSIGNED would respectfully in
1 vas your attention to his well selected
stuck Of. Fine Gold and Silver W A.i 0 d Flue
Gold J&Wht.RY, and every kind and variety
of styles—compromising all of the newest and
most beautiful dawns. ,
Alscc Solid ell, VERWARE, equal to Coin, and
the lAA make of Silver Rated Ware. Each ar
ticle is warranted to be as represented.
ffrWatcues. and Jewelry Carefully repaired
and satisfaction guaranteed.
(Sumner co Stauffer 41r barley,) .
f 23-3 ml No. 622 Market street, Philadelphia,
hicour lunge weak t Does a long breath
Afire you LAM? Have 'you- a backing
cough t Do you expectorate hard, tough mat
tei ALe yon wasted with night aweata and
traril,ot st apt If BO; here 4 year remedy. Itwili
nuquestiona LIY save you. Price Id: UO.
The aniris medicine has been used extensively
In this city with good results. For sale at
bElteNF.It'S BOOK ISMS&
by CH AIM= Lem,
A UTHOB of "Charles O'Malley," &0., one
Vol., paper, price 60 cents. For sale at
6 - 1 - # • BEIIGNe.it'S CHEAP BOOKbTORK.
SUPERIOR . IaNEG AR.
rtocK. co. have jest received a :new And
_LI superior ankle of Vinegar, manufactured.
entirely from Corn, which is entirely tree irom
all Mineral acids, and which they can freely re
commend to their customers and the publiti.
'Tali, public are invited to give this article a trim.
March 17, 1863...
PHOTOGRAPHIC A LBU MS,
Of any size nut in the standard 'styles will be
mad° to ordef.
V Both diyarf and standard, as good in
quality of the i tree, and as extensive in varitty : ,
as can be,fotinci in the country, at Keystoue
Nntiery. [api7] J.,MISH.
DIIESERVED hermetically sealed,
I in cans and „jar., of all d.escriptions, and of
the moat delicious character tor sale by
16 , CO.
CpAL-ou. LANTERNS, that do not need
T any' eniinney, and no wind will, put - the
light out. Call and uzarnine, at !"1 •
• , NICHOLS 41, 110WMAIC,
18 Cor. Frtint and Market sta.
B"'31: PNINS In the wce idi let 7bc, $1.26,
$1.60, $2, $3, and $4, tot sale at
`enlb-v1 if EH'S IOKSTORE.
EV.EIiGIigEN TEEM, . -• •
Arid shrubs of all leading kinds; and of
all sizes, from one to fifteen met high; for sale
low et lieystone Noriery. J. MISH.'
ALL kinds ,of Garden &Ole,: just received,
and lor sale; by
. NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
Corner _Front and Artatriet Sta.,
ÜBENCH and ENGLISH. ALAkEING, war
-1: ranted not Only to retain the potion. of tut
to pineerve the leather itsetf. For sale by
f 6 ,11. DOCK, Js., St. CO.
ATEICEAS,: • - .
Cl DiiitiLnut colored double varieties •, White
b,'s loge, Purple Fringe,- pr 'hi.ista'ree, and. Cotner
.obrunOery; at Ireyncone Nurnerv: J. MlBll.
Ciii.reEES AND, of all' grade. eau
at reasonable prices for sale :
• jl4 WM.. MKS., Ja, 4Tc).
ri D A WAIVF.—Tubs, sizes, Flour
11.Buokets, Sugar' Boles Churns, Stands,
Large Cedar Buckets, Painted Palls,
WU. DONK JR..
large aryvico ut wayataao
.1.11 unciorraised ht%tn„ of every choice lirand
to market. Each hatilwarrantedin goad order.
Forjale very losi . by
NICHOLS & WYMAN,
Corner Front and Market Sta.
.SCO MEI ALE,
of the beit brands ; alisys on h and and for
by k 441 WM DOCK, JR., & CO.
1.7 Planta of all valuable varieties, at Key
stone Nursery. [apl7] J. NISH..
010KED lair.; PICKLED EAMON, jtuat
p, • veceived by WK.:DOCK r Jr:; & CO.,
PEIPIIER'S DAII4Y LINE
Lock Haven, Jersey Shore, Williamsport, Man
gy, Uniontown, Wattontown, Milton,
Lewisburg, Northumberland, Sun
bury, Treverton, Georgetown,
The Philadelphia Depot being centrally, located,
.he drayage will be at the lowest rates. The
Conductor goes, through with each train to
attend to the safe delivery of all goods intrn t
ell to the line Goods delivered at the depot of
MEED, WARD &_ FREED, 811 Market street,
Philadelphia, by 6 o'ciock P. M., will be deliv
ered in Harrtsburg the next morning.
Freight Always as Low as- by Any Other
Philsoolptila and Redding Depot,
Foot 01 Market Street, Harrisburg.
PETER MplEilLL iRD,
Snuff and Tobacco blanufacturer
18 to 18 CL(A.MBERS ,ST., •
(Formerly 42 Chambers Street, New York,)
IVOULD call the attention of Dealers to the
V Y articles of hid manufacture; via :
Fine. Happen, Par. Virginia,
Coarse Happen, ;•• Nachitoehes,
Amerie..n Gentleman, Copenhagen.
High Twit Scotch, •
111411 High Toast, or Lundyfoot,
Honey Dew Scotch,
Fresh Honey Dew Scotch,
Fr Attention is called to the large reduction
in prices of Fine-Cut, Chewing and Smoking
Tonaccus, which will be found of a Superior
, No. 1,
' Nos. 1 81. 2 mixed,
P. A. L., or plain,
Ostoendisli, or Sweet,
bweet Scouted Oronooo,
Tin Foil ()avails:Bah.
N. B.—A circular' 'of Drie.,la. 'Oll
NEW GOODS FOR THE TOILET.
White Pond Lilly Extract. •
White Pond Lilly Toilet Water.
White Pond Lilly Hair. Oil.
White Pond Lilly Toilet Soap.
Queen of .Flowers Toilet Soap.
Queen of Rlowem Hair till.
Queen of Flowers Toilet Water.
The Union Bouquet, a splendid perfume, dedi
cated to the latiiesi:d ,the United Salts.
These excellent goods,
,neatly put lip, and
now:having ~extensive sale, we offer in this
community.::;. O. O. K. KELLER.
A lot of fine;pomatums, hair oils, ilue,soaps,
cosmetice, &cc fresh from, the factories ; mitr
ed at the "Popular Ecritorium"' for Toilet arti
cles. 11E1..4E11 S, Drug Store.
my 4 91 market street.
D AN'L A MIIENOH AGENT.
OF the Old ;.Wallower LIDO, respectfully hi.-
forme the public that this Old Daily Ti WM
portation Line, (the only Wallower: Line now 111
existence in this city,) is in successful operation
and •prepared to .carry fretigbt as low as any
other individual line between ,Philadelphia,
Harrisburg, Stuabury, Le wisburg, : W illbanepurt,
Jertey Shore, Lock Haven, and all other points
en the Northern Cent' al, Plaitadelptda and Este
and Willianispurtkand Rimini Railroads.
.DAN'L A. Id.u.ENCH, Agent,..
Goods gent to the Waveh_ouee of *ears.
Peae. ck, Zl.l & Hinclimati, Nos. 808 and 810
Matkt.t above Eighth,: Philadelphia, by
4.o''dgck P. it., wilt suavest Harrisburg, ready
for delivery, next morning. [apBo-rdrayl
C)(1(1 BUSHELS prime Potatoes.
.441./t/ 200 LuS. Su kwheat Flour.
Sul/ bide Praxis' New Yolk Stare Apples.
Buckwueat and Wheat 71Our, Corn, Oats,
Feed, Dried Apples, Dried Peaches, Dried Black.
beri ten, klueltieberrie , , &wok. rnew,l I.lder• , .
• berries, &c. Choice sugar-cured Hams, Shoul
ders,Viied Beef, Lied; Mackerel; Codfish, &c.
A prime lot'of Oranges; Lemons, Figs, Albans,
Usudine; ISulta'f, Coffee, Bice, pandies, Spices,
Tut& o, Segura, &o . ••• • • • •_.
' A.pticus Swett Cider-just received.
Pure Cider Vieegar...
Fur' sie whoiesele and retail, No 106 Market
Atte; liandiburk, Pa. - • •
ter26 dly W. H. BIBLE & CO.
P. TEUPSER - ,
TEKOHEI3, OF 'MUSIC ,
Orms AT WARD'S MUSIC STORE,
12 R. Third arid. •
Residence ::Third Street, , above North.
LuataD,BENNEI: yields with milk the most
ivacteua.of,all dcetrts for the table' : ;, the
ii 6 hteat arid mist grateful , diet . for. invalidsand
children. contains every thump:4 of. tee
bbdily „constitution ; when coagulated with
reutiot;it is always light and easy of digestion,
and supports the system witti, the isal possible
excitenient, WheU atid greitt4 nu . tritive power
is utsirtd,„ creamarid sugar , Ma)." be added
A teitispopntig,cooverts a ituart of milk
m curd. , Prepsir44.pnd sJld, wholesati,atill
retail, by B. A. KUriliAl l ;
ml 6 .116lif.41tet strati
QTRUP3 and Molnagea of all kinda, fat; sal
by " ' ' I laccau & BOWMAN,
myB Cor. Froi2e•sind Maiket ate.
TAWTON •111,&0 1 1R$W , • ••
4- 4 Stfongp'Sgprowit.bealni 11;:nv.
*rice, at,Reyatonorliaraga• „ s 7 lap.,
B. Ago, •
'17411 OUT 'OIIIIWING
Hyer's Compound Extract
NO one remedy is more needed in this coun
try than a reliable Alterative, but the sick
have been so outrageously cheated by the worth
less preparations of S.rsaparilla abroad that
they are di-gusted even with the name. Yet
the drug cannot be blamed for the imposition,
from which they have suffered. Most of the
so-called Sarsaparillas in the market contain
little of the virtues of Sareaparilla or anything
else. They are mere slors inett and worthless,
while a concentrated extract of the active
variety of Sareaparilla compounded with Dock,
S Mingle, lodine, etc., is, as it ever will be, a
powerful alterative and an effectual remedy.
Such is Ayer's Extract of Sarsaparilla, as its
truly wonder ful cures of the peat variety of
complaints which require an alterative 1/115di
tine haire abundantly shown. Do nut, there
fore, discard this invaluable medicine, became
you haVe been imposed upon by something pre
tendti g to be Sareaparilla, while it was not
When you have used ATER'S—then, and not t_ll
then, will you know the virtues of Sarsaparilla.
For minute particulars of the diseases it cures,
we refer )ou .to Ayers American Almanac,
which the agents bel named will iurnish
ailgratis to who call for it.
ATM'S OATH AHTIO Plus, for the cure of Goo
dueness, jauudioe, Dyspepsia. Indigestion, Dysentery,
Foul Stamach, Ileadache, Piles. Itheumatunn lleaat
burn arising from Disordered Stomach, Pain; or
/forbid inaction of the Bowels, .Ratutency, Loss of
Appetite, Liver Complaint, Dropsy, Worms, flout,
itenra/Yia, and for a Dinner Psi.
Tbry are sugar °ratted, so that the most sen
sitive can take them ple , rafintly, and they are
the best Ape'lent in the world for all the pur
poses of a family physic. • •
Fame 26 mans ass box, on Ftvs Boaz'. won El
Do nut be put uff bi• unprincipled dealei e w th
other preparations wbiah they tusk , more pro
fit on. Demand Area's and take no othtr
The sick warat the best aid there is for them
and they should have it.
Prei.inred by Dr. J. C. AYES & CO, Lowell
Sold' by C A. Bannvart, D. W. Ones & Co.,
C. B. seller, J. M. Lutz, Dr. !Wily, F. yetb
and dealers everywhere.
WM. B. BILADBILIIKIR3
PIAN O-F 0 RTE ESTABLISHMENT.
N 0.427 _Broome St.,
THE subscriber respectfully invites the atten
tion of his friends and the public generally
to his Piano-Forte Establishment, at No. 427
l3rourne street, corner of Crosby street. •
Hating withdrawn his interest, stock and
materials from the late firm of " Lights & Brad
hurys;" which firm wait dissolved on the 31sf
January, 'ult., and having purchased the entire
stock of Piano-Fortes sod Piano-Forte Material,
owned by his brother, Edward G. Bradbury, in
the said m. heis now prepared to supply the
4.o.eseea demand for his uninknatod Pamn_pra
tes. Employing the moat skillful and experi
enced workmen, with a large stock of the best
aad most thoroughly seasoned material, and an ,
abundance of capital, he has taken , inland the
personal_eupervision of the 'whole business of
-mannfactiiring his instruments, and is enabled
to trim out Piano-Fortes of unequalled tone and
.BRADBURY'S NEW SCALE PIANO-FORTE.
In'the arrangement of our new scale, drawn
and prepared with the utmost care, expressly
for our new instruments, we have added every
improvement which can in any way tend to the
perfection of the Piano-Forte, and . we can con
.fidently assert, that for delicacy of touch, vel
time, purity, brilliancy end sweetness of tone,
combined wills that strength and solidity of
frame necessary to durability, these ,buitru
mente are unequalled.
";blrengds and Beauty" is our motto, and we
invite the closest criticism of the best unbiased
judges in the land.
('Every instrument warranted for five
years. WM. B. BRADBURY,
427 Broome st., cor. of C.rosby, New York.
FAMILY SEWING MACHINE ,
WHEELER AND WILSON'S.
"MEW OFFICE Mtutet•Nuare, next door to
. 11 Colder's office. Call. and see them in ope
ration. A general assortment of machines and
needles constantly on hand.
Mies Margaret Hiney will exhibit and- sell
them, and also do all kinds of machine sewing
on these machines in nits best manner.
the patronage of the public is respectfully
BoiION Qitioikas, Mrix Mama,
do. bone. do.
WnTta do. WIN*: ' do.
Aim)tin do. BL3TER
We receive supplies at tueablva rvery
and our cuscome a OW ther.for. ,•;:m von their
bang Fred:. lap2Bl WK. DOJE, 9r, & CO.
J \PENESI 7 NA.
A CHOICE LOT of this celebrated tea just
received. It is of the first cargo ever lin
,ported,"and is much suptltior to ttol Canoe
'teas in quality, strength and fragrance, and is
ohm entirely ti es from adulteration, coloring or
Mixture of any kind. It IS the nainia,i Lad of
the Japanese Tea tient. For sale by
mr4. WM. DOCK, Jr„ &TO. -
VE invite the attention of the public to our
large and well seletteci kof - Queens
ware, recently purchased;and which we ofter al
a:iery smell advatice on city prices. - call OKI
,examine before perchuing elsewhere. - • -
NICHOLS & 'BO W Bit AN, • "
Corner Frciiit and Market Ste.
CHILDREN& C RRIA.GES.
- rum received, the larg-st , tuidinttnent it the
J city, by GEO. W. PARSONS,
a. iBBtaw2ir 110 AI atet stieet.
LABOR number of empty whisky barrels
n. and wine and braudy casks, fur &de by
1 =6 WM. DOOK,Ja„ &
fIEANBEBBIES. . .
1..." A very choice lot jest itceiveil, by
apl4 WM-- DOCK. Ju. , & CO
- • - -
lOil bALE btulditbg luta, 20 leattfioh
and 110 feet deep, on, Cumberland street : ,
below the Ridge road. •
my 2 , WO. F. SCHUR:if&
PRICE ONE CENT.
AdditlOnal News From Rebel sources.
Mumma:mono'. May IT.
The Chattanooga Rtb4 of the 16th contains
the following :
"3 he retaliation resolutions accepted by
Congress, provide that c MlrliettiOned officers
who shall command n.groes for military err
vice against the Confederate States, or aid 'bee t
in any military eoteippse, shall, if ovtiared,
be put to death ; the negrues when c•ptuied to
be turned over to the State huttiotitte, to be
dealt with ateuruiug to the present or future
taws of the state.
" Ihe finishing shops of the Trodegar Iron
Works and C nohow'o woolen factory. in Rich
mond, were iie-truled by fire on the 15th lust.
"The rebel Geherat T. J. churcbill, and
doom:laud, ciptured at Arkansas Fort, end
rattly ix .hauged, ore reported to be on their
way to jdiu Joe Johnston.
Br .Kg's beadquertere have been removed
to She by villa.
"fueßebei conflict' a mournful editorial over
the Bragg and Bream:llMg° difficulty. "fbe
&b I 01 the 13th sa,,, that the 1 as ut G ueral
Jacks n ie "Mote to be lame:idea tbau a 'l. ZeA
SUM +notches aie to be va'atted. The qUe , tt,Hl
nuW 18 of we ght arid eudurauce, • - vary
fruit' as view' y is a defeat. ( neral Lei
mural bAtties must be disouutinut.cL"
Capture of Jackson, Misr.
Cuicraaan May 18
The Chattanooga Rebel of M y 16Lh, has teen
receive at s.umerrelvail. IL c✓utams a ils
p-stch d •ted M tile May 14 . i., w ich says :
"Jack-ivu is I c :opted oy the enemy. We
I. ught thtM all day, taut (Mild not mild the
[nil above disc etch is undoubtedly corrrct.
General 4... rant we kn , ,w had whyped toe lets
.le; at Lilo mond tin the 12 in, and Oil toe Lifk
thr Richmouo p ,pers said ••tte, brag WWI Vt/i y
beavy towards Jackson." '1 he city was pro a
'Apt Area teat day, and waa r c lived
iu Mobile the neat uuoruing, which is the date
of thediapittch to the Rebel]
The Wax In Kentucky.
CINCINNAIII, May 18
Aletter from Bovellsvilie, Ky., states that
on Weonesday a patty of sixty mounted guer
illas fired on a train near South Union. 'the
utrard on the train returns d the fire end routtd
the rebels, with a loss of one killed and one
L A rebels are collecting a large cavalry force
fetitht of the Cumberland river, and a large
if Santry force in East renner•see, and intend to
sAivarioe into B.ntucky this month, under
Rhe National Loan.
PHILADELPHIA, May 18.
gity cook. nut_ reour a. iha
mile of $1,616,000 or nvetroveuttra on Satur
day, May 10th, and the sales to-day rea. had
$2,161,000, in the following kcalit ee: New
Yolk and New Jersey, $1.237,000 ; Beaton •and
New , England, $208,001; Philadelphia and
Pennsylvania, $640,000 ; Oat $40,000 ;
Wa hi surto., and Balti more, $40.00 ,; 51 inne,s La,
20 000; Indiana $13,000; klictitgan, Kentucky
'and Illinois, $12,000; total $2,161,01.10 •The
sales of this great national luau, the only one
open to public subscription at par, continues
unabated. The sales last art ek amity. tett to ton
millipris, and this week it promises to exceed
Official Vote of the New linnepshire
The official vote for members of Congress is
New, Harop-hire, elects Marcy ,Durn , iu the Ist
district by 76 +uajori•y, Roman., Rep., iu the
2nd d strict 851 majority, and P.tterson, Rap.,
in the 3rd district by 276 majority.
nassaehneetto Colored Troops,
The 54th Ilswachrptts, or colored regiment,
were presented to-day with four stands of reg t
mental colors. The pre-eatatien speech was
rmiderbiaor. Andrew, who raid , he was iden
tified with the regiment, and sc od or kll with
its, hustory as a man and a magistrate.
Arrival of a Prize Steamer.
- BOSTON, MAY 18.
The prize steamer Caroline has been a gnAiled
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
Cotton &nil at 58@59c. Flour decuudit 10
@Mt ; sales 12,000 übla at $5 34(0 65 tor
State; e 6 40®6 60 for Obits; $6 60®7 tor
Sou:them. W 11.1411 declinrd 2(43,1
000 ..us $1 2101 40 for • LIIC go Si.rring ;
St :1841 42 for Mi.waultee club a,il *,l. 414
0,10 tor red Western. 0 )1:1
sales 200,400 bus at 75@78c. f qu.4; pork
heavy-at $12(411 121 Lo-d quiet at 14,
10 Wawa., at 44(545e; tr.ignr thin.
COr FEr; (101iFth I CoFfka; I
lATANTED, every Grocer end the Public to
V T try -
woßim.ra NORPARXL PREPARED COF-
Warrguited to give eatisfaction, or the money
refunded. Is is universally acknowledged the
BEST EVER USED.
Prepared and for Bale at the nagle Steam Spice
and Coffee Works, No. 244, North Front, (cor
ner of New st Philadplphia, Pa.
raoh9d3rna HOW AM) WORRELL.
LBS. Hams, oanvatiee , l and
30,f )00 incenvassod, of every anti , e
nr.no to market, for sale very: low, in large
quantities _4L singly. Each him warranted.
Nor sale by NfCHOL , & BOWMAN,
wyB ' Cor. Fnint and Market its.
J. - Bogl en -and Irish Yew and "Idahonia
Aquifeyai, tine ornamental etwgreen shrubs,
at Kayatene Nntserv.- [apl6] J. MESH.
at_ j. mis a
CUlretirlsberries, Keystone Nursery.
DEEDS. Mortgages, Power of Attorney,
Bondsand Justices' Blatrks for sale at
-nny2 TELL.O.. F. IXILIEFFEErfi Bookstore.
BoaroN, May 18
B.arroN, play 18
Nsw Yoex. May 18