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.betwoonlintket and Chestnut streets: ' Ja4-Sm
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BOYER & KOERPER,
WHOLE SA LE AND. RETAIL
Queen's and Glass Ware,
AND ALL KLVDS OF
C T R-1(O' 1:1
ARITE just opened a large and well 'seleoted
StOCIC of goods ai their stand, No. 3 Market Sikuare,
Harrisburg, Pa., to which they invite the attention of the
public generally. - • • nelo-Ily
W I E
3 . 0
TAIR - 15 STREET,
Moss Paste, •
Marsh Mallow Gum Drops,
Cream Chacolrpo Drops,
Plain Candies, &C., Ire: . •
Oranges and Lemons, -
Canned Fruits; '
Teas and Sptem, all kinds,'
Fresh and Salt Fish in sea-
Vegetal)los in season,
WINES AND Luippg - s,.
LATIMAN, • BALLADE & CO.,
NO. 128 SOUTH MIMI STRET;
ngrwr.K.N c[l =;,:tri'Azin
P II ILA D' p
G. M. LAUMAN, A. M.^SALLADE, Di.IIITE\'G.
A LARGE INVOICE OF I\ 7- My
ilk. .R.MINR. .
Wm. DOCK, JR., & co.
Just received At
TOY BOOKS; GAVES, • &c. 74.17,p 115-•
sort meat of Toy Books, Games, -&e., just received at
Hole SCHEFFER'S BOOKSTOR E, Harrisburg.
xrEW BOOKS.----THE S'
Asp -, ' I
SCITXFPLERV 800 : ', X.PrIW.;
A PPLE§.-01:1 barrels of New, =Ytirktate
11 App'es, of,a`ohoice variety, just reoiely4litaill sold
'l.7rocery ' 4 ; l 4r e ; l° SUR.
PICKLES PIOR - TZIS! the Bafrel
lialf Barrel; Jar or Do at
no2D DOCK, Jn., & CO,
lIAS discovered the most certain, speedy
and effectual remedies in the world for
Ours Warranted, or Ho
_Charge, in front One
Weakness of the . Back, libellous of ,the Kidneys and
Bladder, Involuntily Discharges, Impotency, General De
bility, Nervousnessi Dyspepsia, Languor, Low Spirits,
Confusion of Ideas, Palpitation of the .Heart, Timidity,
'Trezublings, Dimness of Sight. or Giddiness, : Disease of the
tread, Throat, Nose or Skin, Affections of the Liver,
Lungs, Stomach' or :-Bowes-- , thcise terrible disorders
arising.from the. Solitary Habits-of Youth—those secret
and solitary practices more fatal to their victims than the
song of Syrens to the Marinerdof Ulysses, blighting their
moat brilliant hopes or anticipations, rendering marriage,
Especially,'Who - have:become the victims of Solitary Vice,
that dreadfuk and destructive:habit which annually sweeps
to an untimely gyave thousands of Young Men of the
most emilteti , tatents,„and. brilliant intallect,_ who might
otherwise have entranced listening Senates with the thun
ders of eloquence or waked to ectasy the living lyre, may
call with full confidence.
- Married. persons, or Young - Men contemplating marriage,
being aware of physical'weakness, organic debility, defur
inities, .&c., speedily eared:
He whO places himself under the cars of Dr. J. may re
ligiously confide in his Donor as gentleman, and confi
dently rely upon his skill as a Physician.
Immediately cured, and full vigor restored.
This ilistresslngeffection—which readers life miserable
and marriage impossible-4a the penalty told by the vie•
tips of improper, indulgence. Young persons are too apt
to eoramlt weenies from - not ;being aware of, the dreadful
consequences• that- may Now, mho that under
stands the subject will`preteed - to deny that the power of
procfeifelon is lost sooner by those falling into improper
habits them by - the prudent. Besides being deprived ,the
pleasures of liealthy ollipring, the most seriouo and de
squetivo sympfeens .to bolls body and mind arise.
The system becomes 'deranged, the physical and mental
functions weal:mixt, loss of .procreative .power, nervous
irritability, dyspepsia, palpitation of the bear; tndigestion,
constitutional debility, a wasting of the llama, oougb,ou
sumption, decay and death. .
Left hand side going from-Baltimore street, a few - dohs
from the corner. Fill not to observe name and number.
Letters must. be Paid and contain a stabsp. The Doetoes
Diplomas hang in ills alike.
Member of the Royal College of Surgeons, X.ondon, grad
uate from ono of the most eminent . Colleges in the United
States, and the greater part of whose life has been spent
in the hospitals of London, Paris, Philadelphia and else
where, has effected sortie of the most astonishing cures
thit were ever known •, many troubled with:ringing in the
head and ears when asleep, great nervousness, being
alarmed at sudden sounds, bashfulness, with frequint
blushing, attended sometimes with derangement of mind
were cured immediately. " •
'These are some of the sal aid 'melancholy effects pro-.
dueed by early habits - of youth, viz : wealcoess•of the back
apd limbs, wins in the lead, dimness of sig . ht, loss of
Muscularpower, palpidttion of the heart, dyspepsia, ner
vous irritability, symptoms of consumption, &c. •
•,/fmrriu.v.—The offectson the mind • are much
to be dreaded—loss of memory Mitfusion of ideas, de
pression of spirits, evil forebOdings, aversion to society,
self distrust, love of solitude, timidity, lka, are some of
the evils produced.
Almonds, Walnuts, E
Hominy-aun t Beans, ' 'Cakes and'Crackers,
gweet'and Trish Potat , ttas,
Green and Prioci
And Country "ProdoF.? iP
FOR 4 1 1.1. E Aarri •
Thalilany thousands cured at this institution 3roar after
yiar and the numerous 'important surgical operations
vereornutti by Dr. John on, witnessed by the reporters of
altkra,.And Many'vtlier pipers, notices of which'
have.appenred ngrdn andlagain before the pull% besides
.his standing MLA. gentler's= of 'Character and responsi
bility, is a sutfloiensguarantee to_the afflicted.
DISEASES OF MPRIIDENOE
RELIEF IN SIX TO TWELVE HOURS.
NO MERGURY OR NOXIOUS DRUGS.
to Two Days
"s - --- YOISN - G MEN
, e* '
OFFICE No. 7, Sou Tit Fig')moot STREET,
TAME EARTH NOTICE
Who have injured themselves by a certain practice in
dulged in When alone, a habit. Vequently learned from
atil cempardo% or at school, the affects of which are
nightly felt, oven 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, the hope of his country,
the darling of his parents, should be snatched from all
ivinspocts and - enjoyments - of life, by.the consequence of
doviithag from the path of nature and Indulging in a
certain secret-habit Such iersonetannr, befOre contain
"Reflect that a sound mind and body are the most necessary
requisites to promote Connubial happiness. indeed, with
out those, the - Journey ihrbugh life becomes a weary
gcfitit the prespect 'hourly darkens to the 'view ; the
mhid -becomes shadowed with despair , and filled with the
melenctioly reflection that the happiness of another be:
Torne,s, thighted with our own. -
DI ' •
SEASE OF IMPRUDENCE.
When the misguided and imprudent' votarfof pleasure
finds h,e,lutaimbibed the seeds of tide painful disease, it
too ofterrhappens that ah 'Ahmed sense of shame or the
drawl qf diseuvery, deters him from applyint to those 'who
from : tulucation and respectability, Call alonebortiand him.
He Pis into the bands„of ignorant'and 'designing pretend
ers, who,_ incapable of curing, ALM his; pecuniary - sub-
stance, keep hini trifling inopth after. month, or us long as
the smallest fee canto obtained, and fin despair leave him
with ruined health to sigh over. his galling disappointment,.
or, by the use of the deadly poison, }Weary, hasten' the
coustitutionalsymptoms of this terrible dLsease,such as Wee
tions of the Aead, Throat, Nose, Skin, etc, Progressing
with frightful. rapidity till death. puts a period to his
dreadful sufferings by sending him to that undlseosmad
country from whence no traveler returns`, '
.INDORSEMENT OF THE -PRESS.
igsrASES SPEEDILY CURED.
/Ake Siori Smith Frederick Street.
HARRISBURG, PA., TUESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 9, • .1864.
“HELMBOLD 9 S"
GENUINE PREPARATIONS, VIZ: '
IIELMBOLD EXTRACT "BUCHU,"
lIELMBOLD EYTRACT SARSAPARILLA,
HELMBOLD IMPROVED ROSE WASH.
HELMBOLD I S
GENUINE PI EBAITATIONSI"
FLUID, EXTRACT BUCIJU,
A POSITIVE AND SPEbIFE3 , REMEDVz
FOR D!BRASRS OF FRB
BLADDER, KIDNEYS, GRAVEL
AND DEGPSiCAL SWELLINGS.
mms.Medicine increases the Power off' Di
gtton, and excites the ABSORMENTS bitb healthy
action, by tyhich th e , WATERY . or ,cALCEROOS. doposi.
tions, and all UNNATU,EAL ,ENLAROEMENTS .are• re
duced, as well as pain' and' hillammation, and pi:o for
MEN, WOMEN or CHILDREN.
HELmi3 . o . los,' . ..gx.TßA..ci.. -13VQIIII;
Arising From Excesses, Habits of Dissipatirm; 'Early In
discretion or Ablise,• • • •
ATTENDED WITH 2137.•...1 . 704T414G BPI:PTO-
IndiSposition to Exertion, Dryness of the Mph',
Loss of Memory, . - -Loss of Powor,
Weak Nerves, Dirfloulty„or Drizathing.,
Horror oP`Diatiase, Itetablink; •jft4l j ¢ j
Dimness of Fisioti, " Wlikefuhreas,'
Universal Lassitude of the Pain In the Back,
Muscular System; Flushing of tho Body,
Hot Hands, ' 7 Eruptions on the Facoi.
Pallid Countemice, ' •
These .symptoins, if allowed. to go on, which this :ntedl
olne invariably temores, soon follow •
DIEPOTENCY, FATUITY, EPILEPrIIOYITS,
In one of which the pationt .tnay expire.Who...„cett, say
that they are not, frequently', followed. hy i
. _,..•••••*-erAit+14...... - 4.weeestssiteNit-otelAiles.ahtiefeetietet
INSANITY AND , CONSUMPTION.:
Many are aware of the cause of, their softening's,, but
none will' confess. The records of the instio asylums .and
thb meLsuusholy , 'deaths by Consumption; bear 111416)i -li
aise to the , troth of the assertion. • -•-•
THE CONST.TATTION, ONCE AFFECTED
WITH .ORGANIC WEAIINgSS,
.Requires Ane aid or medicine tostrengthen and invigorate
the system, which Helmbold'oExtrect Buchu invariably
does. Ktrial will coi.Mnce the most skeptical. -
FEktA LPS-PEAT A T.VS-PE3MJ.ES;
OLD OR YOUNG, siNGLF„ MARRIED, OR, OONTEM
In Many affections peculiar to twinkles the E4tract Ro
cha is unequalled by any other remedy, as ireChlorosia'br
Retention, Irregularity,,Painfuluess, or suppression Of the
customary z Evacuations, .Ulcerated or Schirrous state of the
Uterus, Leucorrhea or Whites, Sterility, and-for. all com
plaints incident to the se; whether arising from Indiscre
tion, gabits of Dissipation or in the * -
` DECLINE an '012:A.217GE OP MFR.
NO FAMILY SHOUIAIX:BE WITHOUT
Take no Balsam, Mercury, or Unpleasant Medicine . for
Unpleasant and Dangerous Diseases.
Cures Secret Disosses in all their stages - at little expense;
little or no change in diet; no inconvenience and no expo
sure, It causes frequent desire,- and gives strength to
Urinate, thereby removing obstructions, preventing and
curing Strictures of the Urethra, allaying paln'and inflam
mation, se freqttent In this class of Mimes, and expelling
Poisonous, Diseasedi. and , Woniout. Natter. ITlmusands
upon thousands who-have been the*ctims of quacks, and
who have paid heary,fees to be 'cured-in a short-time; liare
found they. were deceived that the 'Poison" ,by
the use of 'lpowerful Astringerits;" *ln dried up in the
system, to break out in an aggravated form; anit perhaps
Use HELMBOLIPS ErEELNCT BUCHUIbr :Affections
and Diseases of the Tfrinary - Organi; !whether existing in
Male or Feinale, fromwhatevet cause originating; and no
matter of how long standing. Iliseases - of these Organs
require the aid of a Diuretic. ,• HELMEOLD'S. EXTRACT
BUCHU is the GrenkEiuretic; and it is certain to,have the
desired- etleot iu all' Diseases for which it is TecOMl
Blood—Blood,--Elood. .Heltabolst's Highly Coneentra ,
Led Compound PLUM' 4 . I7IAfr.SARSAEARIL,LASYPILI 2
LIS. This is an affection . of the - Bided; and attacks the
Sexual Organs, Linings of the. NoSe t Ears, Throat; Wind
pipe and other Mucus Surfaces; udiktag its appearance'. in
the form of Ulcers. "Efelmbeld's'E.xtract 4m-saw - Din, pu.-,
rifles the Blood, and rethorefall Scaly 'Eruptions of : the
'Skin, giving to the Complexiona•Cidar' and BealthY
It being prepared expressly, for Oita class of ..complaiii4,
its Blood-Purifying Properties are preserved to alreater
extent than any utber preparation or sorikparna. • •
RELIKBOLDE ROSE WASEL
An excellent Lotitin for diseases of a Syphilitic Nature;
and as an'injection - in diSessA of the , IJrimuvOtgarts, - .
arising from habits of dissipation, used in Connection with
the Extracts Buchu and Sarsaparilla, in. such' diseases is
recommended. Evidence of thp Infsltt. respobsible and re
liable character will accompany the medicines, -EKRTIFI
CAT,ES OF CURES from eight twenty year& standing,
with names known to:Science and Fame. For Medica l-
Proper t ies of Bacilli, see Dispensguy , of the Baited States'
See Professor DEIVEE'S valuable works on the Practiced
Physic. See remarks - mads 14 the ,late oaiebrated Dr.
PHYSICK -Philadelphia. .See'renterks - Maxie by Dr.
EPHRAIM McDOWELL, a celebrated Physician and Mein
ber of the Royal College of Surgeon* end published in the
Transactions of the _King's and Qupenis Tottenak See
Medico-Chirurgicalßeciew,pnblishetikty BE-W. TEAVEI!St
Fellow of the Royal College of -Surgeons. The most 01
the late standard works on Medicine. Extract of Buchu,
00 per bottle, or six bottles for $5 00. Nxtract of
Sarsapafilla, $l-00 per bottle, or six,for $5,00. Im
proved Rose Wash,-50 cents per bottle,;r six for'. $240,
or half a dozen each for siroo, -Rich will be sufficient
ttt cure the most obstinate cases, if - directions are adhered.
to. Delivered to any address, , .,Seoul:llY packet,.frP ' fia, _ b
serration. Describe symptoms - ,1111 tOmmunicata ,
Cares guaranteed. Advice grittiS i r2
.Personaily appeared beforeMe twAidermanfof the city :
f,Philadelehia,4l.. T. lielmbold;who r being : duly even;
i kot h Ag y, .preparations: contain no narcotic,. no Faery
Mry, or pthor iniurious drugs, : and are partly vegetable.
R T. Ilva.ool.D.
Sworn and subscribed before 'me, this. 23d dak. of-No.
leMber, 1851. Inf. T. EISB)3ARD,
\ - - Alderman, Ninth.street, Race, Ph i la.
tattiCellagges for information in confidence. , •
IEC T. HELMBOLD, - Cbamist
D4M /04 south 10th %vet, below Chestnut, Phtlode.
Bombardment of Charleston.
FROM'MISSISSIPPI - AND TENNESSEE,
READQUATZTERH xriEM POTOXAO,
The Richmond Enquirer of. Saturday says,
"One hundred and twenty-nine Yankee pris
oners.. ariiVed-yesterday prohahly-the crew of
the gunboat Underwater... - -
The EnqUirei• also says there is great proba
bility that all the newspapers in the confeder
acy, except the - few . 'doing government work,
Will have to sttspend. -
Morriaz; Feb. '4. .-Our•fbrces occupy Corinth
And Jackson. , - Nothing was' destroyed there,
but everything was carried '
The Yankee eavarrY in strong fOrce crossod
the river yeatirday, • And 'ere' met
by Jackdon's cavalry, and liVely fight" took
placej.. ' ••'
CHARLESTON, Feb. W . ---The enemy - keep . up
an occasional =fire- on Fort &Linter: Six
shots were firettyeaterdtiy . morning and three
;..Eighty:Sixi,idtpts - Were 'fired at. the cit . ; to
This enemy's batteries and ISlonitOrslicep
uptrt slowilirticartltfe:Wieck-of the Presto.
MORRISTOWN, Feb. 5.--Trains,are
Mug to -Rogersville dunctiOn. There is
nothing,oPinterest from the front '
A.ilarge f6kce of `Yanktee; supriOsed. to.Tb ,be,
about eight thousand, have crosSedothe
nesses river near"Gerintinsville: The object
.of the-rind, no dotibt;- id to destroy the iron
works in Clkrokee county.
XXXVlrlih' - Ses,sion.
• • - WAsinteer&i; Feb. 8
HOUSE- OF 'REPRESENTATIVES.
Mr: Spattldi.ng, -of Ohio, - introduced a bill
for the repeal' tif the Fugitive Save Law. Re
ferred to the Committee o'n the ,Tudiciary.
Mr: Ortiri Of !Indiana; - presented a bill to
establish n . DEviiartffi'ent.ot .114ustry.
Mr. Dawes, of Massachnieits; frcini the
Committee on Eleetions, presented an adverse
reportragainst the clainis of both Mr. Kitchen
and Mt' MCKenzie, as representatives from
the'Seventh District of Virginia.
Mr. Cobb, of Wisconsin, presented'aresolu
tion >which was passed, tendeting the thhnks
of CorigresS' to -general W. I. Sherman and
the , officers•men under hie.commarict.
Th.• : o ;enJrnai into' Committee of
. , -
'lfiAltle.ETS.ll3lt. TELV , GIWIEI•
• • .: : • • PnitADA.Lienik,'Veb. 8.
The bretidstuffs Market :Continueslnacizive,
but Without "essentiatchangein Pribtel' there
is,brit little snipping demand' for flour and
only 1,000 bbls. sold at $7 12i for extra,' - $7
50®8`for extra family and $9OlO for fancy.
Receipts and Stocks light. Nothing doing in
rye flour or Corn meal. The denaandfor 'Wheat
is limited and juices areflibopimpualed'2,ooo
this. red at •$2 65®1 68 and white at $1 87.
nye is firm at sl= 30. = • Com is in good de
mand and. has advanced; 'saki of 5,000 • bus.
yellow at $1:12. • - • . oatri in good request at-86c.
Cloverseediffiri gooedemand at $8 871:for a
small lot. Small , sales ortiinothy• ats3 75
and 1,000 bus: flaxseed at atipUt $8 80.
cotton, coffee, sugar and molasse...s,.nolchange. •
Provisions move slowly; Sales mess pork at
$22 and hains.in pickle at 13c. Lard steady
at 14c. in bbls, 15c. in kegs. Whisky is un
settled and ranges from 93 to 95e.
• Flour dull; government contracts have been
awarded for 1,000 - bbls. at $7 3007 73 for
superfine and .extra: • Wheat firm with a
scarce supply. The corn' market is active
and prices, haVe advanced le; whiSky very
dull ati9si®96; provisiona are quiet.
New 'York Stock Market.
~ • NEW :Yoax,. Feb.
New - Yoil Central; 1331®1331; Erie,
@,1124; quicksilver 45.2048 i; Hudson, 1461
®I46L • Hudson, riser S. 6-20's,
104,,i@ i lOti; 11. S. certificates, old, 1024@1Q3;
U. S. certificates new pv,..a9 ; , 24.ariposa
5 .. . t d4amufortl
might ba.avoidectiP people would take'proper
care in drying their hands after washing them.
Cold ‘ cream*is a Artry goodiremedAfor this*a
othir but r aifetuslirritatiolis, mall& Mewing
recipe will enable any'to prepare it where the
artacle cP#9ole.Treettred at the •sli,ope. mert,
togetner in a water bath (that is, a vessel im
mersed in boiling water, like a carpenter's
glge e pot). tight I,otmces, of fine,, 4 neatl3tiliot'-
chl or ationd'oil, three ounces of spermaceti,
and one and a hair mil fees white wax- when
1 intoa pan,
thoroughly, melted pounthe . who e
liificch, in winter, must,be kept warm by the
fire: then, with a - clean flat stick, beat the
mass continually until it is uniform in body;
pour in half `if pint of rose or or ip age:flower
water, and one-fourth of, - an mince ,o spirts-,
bergeot; or, any other, perfaineJlesired; then
beat rapidly' again until the - 'Whole .of the,
witer:and spirits is taken up•by the,tp.ctu q u a ,
piditions. If made in win Wall the. materials
must warmed'ased,, or the mass will
be lumily. `Lard cawebtliil may, be substi,
toted for the'ldiliOxidoil.` ",4 . care is observed
the .. naPi will be'agWhite as snow.
•" ' '
A „P„is _ADV . = ion Bors.-,-..."Y0u were
made tO - be,kiiid t " says. Horace Mann, "gener
ous •and'in'gninunous.. If there is .4-.. boy in
the'schbol who has a club-foot, don't let .him"
know that you ever knew it. .IfAhere.isfa
poor boy with ragged clothes, don't talk about:
rags wheii'he is with 43 'ther° is
a lame boy, assign liim some part of the game
which does not require running. ..If,there is a
hurry one,:ey9 him a parkof,vur 'dinner.
If there'is help him to get his:
lesson. If-there is a bright • one, be not envi
ous of hiirl;:foi if oir'bey isproud of his tal
ents;_saci 113 ' - envious of Uteri), thefet
ar.ettvovgieitrnyrongs, aiW - no . more - talent&
than liefore.. , ' If's-larger or stronger : boy has
injured yOuitiandistSorry for •it;
and request theit4cher - not to punish :hitt":
All the :schbol will - ahowhy'th:eir ccuintenanee
how much better it'is- than to have a- great
fist." . . „.
OE ORANGES !—A large lot of
superior Oranges, Sicily and Hanna, for sale in any
quantity at [jade] BOYER & ROEMER.
HOME OF REPRESENTATIVES.
MONDAY, Feb. 8.
Ths 'House was called to order at G 7 o'clock,
P. ar., - by the Sveaxsi, who declared that theip
was_ no qnorem•present.
- Mr; 80HOFIET A D moved that the Rouse a
The motion was not 'amreed to.
A quorum'betng now present, -
The Joitrnal'ofiFriday-last was read and.art
a. Hquse CO now...
The yeas and nays were required by
BECK end Mr. KLINE, and were assfollow;
Yias---Meeers. Alexander, (Ceritroi) Beck
Bowman; (Cumberiand,) Cochran, (Philadel t
phia,),..Ellis, Hopkins, Josephs, Lee, Rex;
Schofield, Shimer, black,Anaith, (Philadelphia,).
Sutphin, Watt, Watson, Weaver, Weiser and
,Johnscitt-S i peaker--IS. •
Neva---. Messrs. Apeman, -Balabach, Huger,
Barnett, Bigham, Billiogfelt, Bowman, (Lan
caster,) Boyer, Burgyin, Cochran, (Brie,)
Etnier, Guerns±y, Harnett, Hallett, Henry,:
HeYron, Hill, Horton, Huston, Jackson, KM,
ser,,..Kelley, Ketruk, (Philadelphia . ) Kerns, l
(Schuylkill;) : Kline, M'Clellan,
&layer s ; ,bluish, Marshall, Miller; bligghner,l
Musselman, Negley,' Nelson, O'Harra '
stead,Orwill; Pancoast, Patton, Price,
Riddle,. Robinson, 'Sharpe, ". Smith, (Chester,):
Smith, (Lancaster,) Sumberger, Wells White,t
So the question was determined in the r.eg-' ,
- • Mr. CLELL&N 'presented the petition, of iI
.pitizene of Cheater county, pelting for a changei
in the law relating . to eVidenca.
Referred to the Committee on the Judiciary ! '
(locale) - •
Mr. -814.1TH,.(Cheater 7 ). the temonetraneerol
citisans . of Chester and Montgqmory - oonntiee,l
against the repeal, of the law laying out a cer
tain State road in said 'conntlee.
Referred to the Coninlittee on Bowls, Bridges ;
and Canals. '
I Also, the petition of: the. eomtniestoners
Chester county, fsr' Einthority to bOrriiir money
and pay bounties to voinntsere, &c.
•Referred. to tho - Committee on Military Af
Mr. COCHRAN, (Erie,) the petition of
memters of the bar of Erie county, for the pas
sage of a law to attach Erie county to the
Western, District of the Supreme Cotirt.
Laid.on the table.
Mr. BALSBACEI, the petition of citizens of
Janiati county, praying for an act to tax dogs.
Referred to the Committe e on Agriculture.
.Mr. WIMLEY, the petition of the authorities
of Montgomery county, in favor of, theirepeallof
the act authorizing the laying out of a State
road iron Montgomery county Poor House to
Laid on the table.
, Refetted the Committee on Railroads.
Mr. n0aT04,,, the petitioja of citizens of
BiOadtoitownship w in the county of Bedford,
praying forthe passage'of an' act to increase
the pay. of•supervieois.
Referred to the Committee on Roads, Bridges
and- Canals. • .
M.r."OL,MSTED, a rernon.strance from citizens
of Tioga county egiiristany change in the law
relatiVtto the triethcd of keeping the judgment
docket in that cotinty;;
Referred to the 'Committee on the Judiciary
"Mi.- SPANGLER, the'petition of citizeneof
York ponntY, 'praying for the passage of an'act
incorporating thnSuisquehanna and Allegheny
Referred to the Committee on,Railroads.
• Mr. t3OHOFIELD; the - petition. of inhabitants
of the city. of Philadelphia, praying for the *-
sage of a law granting a pension to old and
faithful school teachers, who have served twenty.
Referred to the Committeeon Education.
Mr. M'MA.NUS, the petition of citizens of
Philadelphia, for an act to change-the width of
York street, Philadelp li.
Itefetrato . the Committee on the Judiciary.
(loca) " • '
Mr. WATT, the petftion of citizens; voters in
twenty-second 4fard of city of Philadelphia,
asking the Legislature to pass a law - to relieve,
them' or ttiefr — present . councilman, Fred. 'O.
Brightley. - -
Referred to theCpmmittee on the Jedicialy
PROHIBITION OF WHISKY DISTILLATION, 1TC...:
Mi. WELLS'offered-the following resolution,
which teas twice read: • - • -
Wasases,c It is belistied that - the Corn:Crop
of the United States for thetYear 1868-is-lea by
several milions of bushels than that of the year
Pl3ll. THE TZLEGBAP4t.
The fuliewing named gentlemen constitute
the colarnittee appointed, under the resolution
of the Rolm, to wait on the borird of comma
sioners having, charge of the land scrip, an
communicate to them the action of the Hens
relative to said scrip: '
frifessts.Nnatatv, SMITH (Chester) and Rtes.
NoTs.—ln. the list of standing emit
mittees, as published several weeks since
in - the Record, the name - of Mr. Bias should
have appeared in each of the fellowing named
Committees: Accounts, New Counties an
County goats and Librery. :
The SPEAKER laid before the House the atif
nual report of the Superintendent of the (11.
On the ntotioti,
Mr. RICE, three petitions signed by one
hundred and fifty citizens-of Palmer township,
Northampton county,. praying for the passage
of a law authorizin'g them to issue bonds and
disburse the proceeds of the sale thereof es
bounties to volunteers.
. Referred to the Committee on Military Af
Mr. BARGER, petitions of sundry citizens of
the city of Philadelphia, asking for the passage
of an set to prevent passenger railway cars to
Referred to the Committee on City Passenger
• Mr. SMITH, (PhiladelPhia,) the petition of
citizens, voters in the Twenty-second ward cf
Philadelphia, - asking the Legislature to pass a
law to relieve, them of their present Select
Councilaran, Erederick C. Brightley.
Referred to the Committee on the .Judiciary
Also, the, petition , of Commissioners of _Wissa;
hickon, RoximoughAand Plymouth railroad,
for an act tainpretuielhe shares of stock from
twenty4ve•dblhas tdfifty dollars.
Whereas, Large portions of the aglictiltural
PRICE TWO CENTS
population of the United States have volun
teered and are volunteering in our National
armies, thus lessening etsentialir our agricul
tural productions; and
Whereas, From the waste of war and other
causes, it is greatly. fee-ed that the pe,plu may
snffer from the scarcity, or high prices of the
staff of We; therefore,
Resolved, That the Committee on the Judici
ary System "(general) take into conEideration
the propriety of prohibiting the distillation of
whisky and alcoholic liquors from grain within
this Commonwealth, and that they report by
bill or otherwise.
Mr. BECK. I move that that resolution be
refered-to the Committee on Vice and Immc
On the mo*.ion,
The yeas and nave were rEquired by Mr
ETNIER and Mr. BECK, and were as follow
Yeas—Meseta. Beck, Bowman ,(C amberland
Bowman, (Lancaster) Boyer, Burgain, Graber,
Hakes, Jackson, Eline„ Lets, Mayer,
Partly, Rex, Schofield. Sbimer, Spangler, Stan
berger, Weaver and Weiser-23.
NAYS - Messrs. Alexander, (C,ntre) Ails -
man, Balabach, Barnett, Bighorn, Biffingfelt,
Cacbran,(Erie,) Cochran, (Philadelphia,) Ellis,
Etnier, Guernsey, Hargnett, Haslett, Henry,
Hetron,liill, Hopkins,Horton, Huston, Kaiser,
Kerns, ( Philadelphia,) M'Ciellan, Missimer,
Musselman, Negley, N'elson, O'Harra, Olmsted,
Orwig, ' Patton, Price, Rice, Riddle, Slack,
Smith, (Chester) Smith, (Lancaster,) Smith,
(Philadelphia,) Sutphin, Watt, Watson, Wells,
White, Wimley and Windle-46_
So the question was determined in the nega
The gpestidn recurring on the syloption of
the resolution it was agreed to.
LitATZ TO WITHDRAW Docultiorro-
Mr. SMITH (Philadelphia) obtained leave to
withdraw the petitions presented at the last
session in favor of the Philadelphia school of
design, with the view of re-presenting them.
LEAVE 01 ABSENCE-
Mr. REX asked and obtained leave of absence
for Mr. Hoovka.
Mr. GILBERT for Mr. Loa°.
Mr. KLINE for Mr. 'Formosa.
BILLS IN PLACE
• Mr. SHARPE read in place a supplement to
the act 0f,22d of April, A. D. 1863, entitled An
act to provide for the adjudication and payment
of claim's arising from the loss of horses and
other property taken, or destroyed, io the -bor
der counties by the rebels in October, A. D.
1862, and for property and horses impre-sed for
the - use of the military of the State in Septem
Mr. SHARPE moved that this bill, and all
matters pertaining to the same subject matter,
be referred to a select committee of five.
Mr. SHARPE also re Id in place "An ant for
the relief of Alexander Dale, of Franklin
Referred to the Committee on the Judiciary
Mr. HORTON,,atr act to increase the com
pensation of the supervisors of the township of
Broadtop, in the county of Bedford.
Referred to the Committee on Roads, Bridges
Mr. RICE, an act authoriziog the citizens of
Palmer township, Northampton county, to
issue bonds and disburse the proceeds of the
sale thereof as bounties to volunteers.
fteferred to the Committee on Military Af
Mr. SLACK, an act supplementary to an act
incorporating the borough of !South Pittsburg,
in Allegheny county.
Referred to the Committee on Corpoiations.
Mr. M.USSFT.VAN, an act for the relief of
Michael Hay and Peter S. Hay.
Referred to the Committee on CWIII3.
Mr. ALLEMAN, an act to change the width
of a portion of Verbeke street, in, the city of
Referred to the Committee on tho Judiciary
Mi. BOWMAN, (Cumberland,) a bill for the
ral)ef ot South Middleton township, Comber
Beferred io.the Committee on Military Af
Also, an act to enable the citizens of Middle
sex township, in the comity of Cumberland,
to levy a tax.
Referred to the Committee on Military Af
• Mr. SMITH, (Philadelphia,) an act to incor
porate the Frankford and Falls of Schuylkill
Referred to the Committee on Corporations.
Also, a supplement to an act to incorporate
the Wissahickon, Roxborough and Ply month
Referred to the Committee on Railroads
::.Also, a further impplement to the act en
titled An act to authorize the arrest of proles
atonal thieves, burglars, &c., in - the , city of
Referred to the Committee on the Judiciary
Mr% SPANGLES, an act to incorporate the
it pion Mutual fire insurance company, of Yofk
0 Referred to the Cordmittee on Corporations.
Mr. GRAPIER, an act' to incorporate the
North Penn railroad company.
Referred to the Committee on Railroads
Mr. BECK, an act to authorize the b: rough
of blontoursvillo, Lycoming county, to borrow
On motion of Mr. BWK, the orders were
; Suspended, the bill was considered, and
Mr. 31'1/ANUS, an act for the relief of L*
;Salle 'college, of Philadelphia.
Ori motion of Mr. Er MANUS, the orders
were suspended and the hill was considered.
Mr. M'AIANETS called forthe reading of the
OFFIOS OF Secagramt OF COMMOIiWZA-LrA t t
' ..' 0... fhtaumemtni May.l6, 1863. f
= Deart. - Hw-4,VvideWjwt midsize has been
Made in the charge of [fifty dollars enrolment
cox upon the-"act incoriertMing the La Salle
milege." It :hasdoribtleMoccarred dnrirg the
hurry incident, to the4preasure of Legislative
businme, and we will reOfikit g in thvoly ay
we can. The money am- paid int :u eitlit* - t o
Trearirk, and Mr. WMm has " a ' t
therefor: It cannot be drawn -therefrom ex
cept by an antof, ti 4 el t egialatomu 15144rie the
only relitelY:Thelmtdog the etteret4Vl 4 e6
it may be overlooked;
• I remain yonnt respectfully,
W. W. HAYS,
f ' _ Chief Clerk.
D. F. MuirmaY, MA.
The bill was agreed to; the rule was sus•
ended, the bill was read the third time, and
On motion of Mr. M'OLELLAN, the House