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BY GB@RGE BERGNER.
LOCK - HOSPITAL,
XiAS discovered the most. certain, speedy
and effectual remedies in the world for
DISEASES OF IMPRUDENCE
RELIEF IN SU.' TO :TWELVE
NO MERCURY OR NOXIOUS DRUGS
A Care Warranted, or No Charge, in from One
to Two Days
Vealatesr , of the Back, Affections of the Kidneys and
Bladder,_lnvoluntary Discharges, Impote,pcy, General De
bility, ::s.ervousness, Dyspepsia, Languor, Low Spirits,
Confusion of Ideas, Palpitation. of the Heart, Validity,
Tremblings, Dimness of Sight or Giddiness, Disease of the
Head. Throat, Nose or Skin, Affections of the Liver,
Lungs, Stomach or Bowels—those 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 Mariners of Ulysses, blighting their
most brilliant hopes or anticipations, rendering marriage,
&a., Impossible. , .
Especially, who have become the victims of Solitary Vice,
that dreadful and destructive-habit , which annually sweeps
to no untimely' grave thousands of Young Men of. the
most exalted talents and brilliant intellect, who might
otherwise have entranced listening Senates with the . thun ,
dere of eloquence or waked to ectesy the living lyre, may
call with fall confidence,.
tilavied persots, Ydung Men contemplating. marriage,
being aware of philikia. weakness, organic debility, defor
mities, &c., speedily otrod.
He who places himself Wider the care of Dr. J. may re
ligiously confide in his honor as a gentleman, and confi
dently rely upon his skill-as a Physician.
Immediately cured, and full vigor restored.
This distressing affection—which renders life miserable
and marriage impossible--is the penalty paid . by the c
t imrof improper indulgence. . Young persons are he apt
to commit excesses from not being aware of the dreadful
consequences that may ensue. Now, who that..-under
stands the subject will pretend to deny, that the power of
procreation is lost sooner by those falling. Into. improper
habits than by the prudent. Besides being deprived the
pleasures of healthy offspring, the most serious and de
structive symptoms to both body and tnind arias.
The system becomes deranged, the physical and ''mental
functions weakened 7 loss of procreative pciwer, ,nervous
irritability, dyspepsia, palpitation of the heart, indigestion,
constitutional debility, a wasting of the frame, cc‘igh, con
sumption, decay and ddath.
OFFICE No. 7, SOUTH FREDERICK STREET,,
Tileftauccd side going from Baltimore street, a few. doors
from thehorner. Fail not to observe name andxtumber.
Letters haust be paid and contain a stamp. The Doctor's
,Diplomas Jiang in his office.
'Member of tho Royal College of Surgeons, London, grad
uate from one of the most eminent colleges in the United
&lima and the greater part of whose life has been spent
in the hospitals of London, Paris.„Philadelphia and else
where, has effected esme of the - most astonishing cures
that were ever known ; many troubled with ringing-in the
head and ears when asleep, great nervousness, being
alarmed 'at sudden sounds, bashfulness, with frequent
blushing, attended sometimes with derangement of mind
were cured immediately.
TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE
Thase.are some of the sad and melancholy effects. pro
.duced by early habits of youth, viz : weakness of the back
and limbs, pains in .the head, dimness of sight, loss of
muscular power, palpitation of the heart, dyspepsia, ner
vous irritability, symptoms of consumption, O.
MECFALLY.—The fearful effeCts on the mind are much
io be dreaded—loss of memory, confusion of ideas,.., de
pression of spirits, evil forebodings, aversion to society,
self distrust, love of solitude, timidity, &c., are some of
the evils produced.
Who have injured themselves by a certain practice in
dulged in when alone, a habit frequently learned frog&
evil companions, or at school, the effects of which are
nightly felt, even when alleep, and if not aired renders
marriage .a jos sible, and destroys both mind and body,
should tj Hq, mmediately.
What t het a young man, the hopeof his.coutury,
the darling of his perentS, should be snatched from all
prospects and enjoyments of life, by the consequence of
deviating from the path of nature and indulging a
certain' secret habit sUch persons limn, before contens-
Reflect that a sauud mind and body arc the most necessary
requisites to promote connubial happiness. Indeed,with
out these, the journey through life becomes a weary pd.*
grimage ; the prospect hourly darkens to the view the
mind becomes shadowed with despair and.filled with the
melancholy reflection that•the happiness of another ,be
comes blighted with our own.
DISEASE OF IM:PRIJDENCE
misguided and imprudent votary of pleasure
Ands he has iinbibeil the seeds of this painful disease, it
too often happens that. an 'Minted sense of shame or the
dread of discovery deters Min from applying to those who
frora education and respectability, can alonobefriendhina.
He falls into - the hands of ignorant and designing pretend
ers, who; inCapable of curing, filch his pecuniary' sub
stance, keep him trifling month after month, or as long as
the smallest fee can be obtained, and 'hi despair leave him
With ruined health to sigh over hisgalling disappointment,
111%, by the use of the deadly potion, Mercury, hasten the
coustitatioualsymptomsof this terrible diseafie,such as affeo-
U°n ß Of the Head, Throat, Nose, Skin, etc; progressin,g
.with frightful rapidity till death puts a period to his
'Areadful ''' uff erings by sending him to that undiscovered
country from Whence no traveler returns.
DTDOIISFAIRNT OF THE PRESS.
The many thousands cured at this institution year after
year, and the numerous important mirgibil opeiVicuis
:performed by Dr. Adm.:on, Witnessed by the.rertortors of
the Sum, Clipper, and many other papers, notices of *blab
have apPsalnd again and again before the pnbrin:hairdea
his standing as a gentleman of character and
bility, is a sufaolent guarantee to the ametett.
;SM DISEASES SPEEDILYCII
Onice - Tiro. 7 South Frederich Street.
DISORDERS OF THE LIVER
AND DIGESTIVE ORGANS;
THE GREAT STRENGTHENING TONIC,
MSE Bitters have performed more cures;
e and do give better
,satisfactieri; have more tes
timony; have more respectable people to vouch for them
tnan any other article in the market.
We defy any one to contradict this assertion, and will
pay, $4000"to any one thatwill produce a:: certificate-pub
lished by us that is not genuine. Honand's Gorman Bit
ters, will cure every case of Chronic or Nervous - Debility,
Diseases of the Kidneys, and diseases arising frdm a dis
ordered stomach_ Observe the following symptoms, re
sulting from the disoin, ars of the' - . digestive organs: Con
stipation, - InwardPiles - Funnekrof Blood to the head,
Acidity of the Stomach, Nausea, Heartburn, Disgust for
Food, Fullness or weight in the Stomach, Sour Eructations,
Sinking or fluttering at•the pit of the stomach, Swimming,
of the head, Hurried and difficult breathing, nuttering at
the heart, Choking, or suffocating sensations when in a
lying posture, Dimness of vision, Dots or webs before the
sight, Fever and dull pain Iri the - head, Deficiency of pers
piration, Yellowness of the skin and eyes, -Pain in theside,
back, chcicti limbs, i&c., Sudden flushes of heat, Burning
in the nasty - Constant imaginations of evil, and great de
pression of spirits.
Remember that this Bitters is notalcoholic, contains no
ruin or Whisk?, and can't Make druincards, but is the
bestlonie in the world.
READ WHO SAYS SO
From the Rev. .Levi G. Beck, Pastor of the Baptist
Church, Pemberton, N. J., formerly of the North Baptist
* * * * * * * * *
I have known Hoeiland's German Bitters favorably for
a number of yearn I have used them in my own - family
and have been so" pleased with their effects that I was in
duced to recommend them to many oqters, and know that
they hate (mended it,strikingly beneffclol- *rm,
take great pleasure hi thus publi: . ly, Aroolaim this
Met, and calling the atteritlonOrthbse. &filleted with the
diseases for which they are recommended to these Bit
ters, knowing from experience that my riicommendation
will be sustained. r do this more cheerfully as Hoof
land's Bitters is intended to benefit, the afflicted, and is
"not a rum drink.'_' Yours truly. .
' . G. BIM.
From Rev. S. Newton Brown, D. D., Editor of the En
cyclopedia-of Ttelffiions Knowledge and Christian Chroni
Although not disposed to favor or reeommend Patent
isibldeineSin general,' through distrust of -theiringredients
- and effects, I yet know of no sufficient reasons why, a
man may not testify to the benefits he believes himself o
have received from any simple preparation,• in the hope •
that he may thus contribute to the benefit of others.
I do this the more readily in regard to' Hooftand , s Ger-•
man Bitters, prepared by Dr. C. N. Jackson, of this city
because I was prejudiced against them for many years,
under the impression that they were chiefly an alcoholic
mixture. lam indebted to my friend, Robert Shoema
ker, Esq., for tlio removal of this prejudice by proper
tests, anfffor encouragement to try thetn When suffering
from gtent and long continued debility. The use of
three bottles of these Bitters at. thebeginning of the
present year, was followed by OVidellt relief WI reshot's
tion to a degree of bodily and mental vigor which 4. bed
not for six months before, and had almost • - d&paired of
regaining. I therefore 'thank God anti rny.fliend • for di
recting me to the ned bf them. • • •
J. NEWTON BROWN, Philada.
From Rev. Warren Randolph, Pastor of Baptist
Churoh, Germantown, Penn.
Dr. C. X Jacirson:—Dear Sin—Personal experience
enables me to say - that I rnitrdlhe German Bitters, pre
pared by you, as a most extellent medicine., In cases of
severe cold and general debility . I I* . ie hoer') greatly: benn.-
fitted by the use of the Bitters, and doubt not they will
produce similar effects on °than.
_YeurS truly WARRhN.RANDOLPHI.
From Rev. J. R. Turner, Pastor of. Redding M. E.
Dr. C. M. Jackson:.—Dear Sir:-Having used, your Ger.n
man Bitters in my family frequently I:4 preparedjto say
that it has boon of great =rice. rbeiteite ;that in Most
cases of general debility of the system it is the Safest and
most valuable remedy of which I have any knowledge.
, Yours; respectfully J. H. TURNER,
No. 72.6 N. Nineteenth street.
From th o Rev. J. M. Lyons, fonierly Pastor of ilia
Columbus (N. J.) ondlfilostowu (Pi.) Baptist, Clituilies.
Nsw Roarettx, N. Y.
Dr. C. M. Jackson:—Dear Sir :—I feel it a pleas* thus,
of my own accord, to bear testimony to the excellence of
the German.Bittera. Some years since being much af
flicted with Dyspepsia,l used them with 'very beaencial
results. "I have often recommended them to '.person. en
feebled by that tormenting disease,'and have heard from
there'the most flattering testimonials as to their great
value. In cases of general ,debility, I believe it to be a
tonic that cannot be surpassed.' J. N. rroNs.
From the Rot - Thomas Winter, Pastor - of Roxborough
Baptist Churae. '
Dr. .Tacksou ;—DearStir:-.-11 - felt lt due to your excel
lent preparation, Hoeßand Gentian ,Bitters, to add, : my
testimony to the deSerVed reputation it has obtained. I
hate for years, at times, been troUbled with great disorder
in my head and nervous syitem. I was advised by ' a
Medd to try a bottle of your German Bitters; did so, and
have experienced great. and "unexpected relief; my health
has been very materially bonefitted.• I confidently recom
mend the article wOem I meet with enspo similar to rilY
own, and have been assured by many of Asir oak ef
fects. Respectfully yours,
• 2. wpaga, iii.owtorough, Fa.
From Rev. J. S. Herman, -of the German Reformed
Church, Kutztown, Berko county. Pa. '
Dr. C. M. Jacksoni—Respeeted Sir; • l have , been
troubled with Dyspepsia nearly twenty years; and • have
never used any medicine that did me as. much good as
Zloollaild's Bitters. lam very mach improved'in health,
after having taken five bottbas
Tours with respect, T. S. HERMAN.
Large Size (holding nearly double quantity,) $1 00
per bottle—half doz $5 00
Smallm Size:4s cents per bottle—half doi. 4 00
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS! '
See that tho signature of ‘‘C. M. JACKSON" is on the
WRAPPER of each bottle
Should your nearestdruggist noebaye 'the article, do
not be put off by any of the intoxicating that
may be offered in its place, but-send to xi.% and we will
forward, securely packed, by express.
t- - -`' ilincipal Office and Manufactory,
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THIIAA.D.W . III:eLr
f stigtewo..l6o.4f. .TaolFsbnif- Co.
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ARV CORED BY
HARRISBURG, PA., THURSDAY EVENING, MARCH 10, 1864.
WONDERFUL liISCOVERY AND WONDERFUL
M. CREAMER would respectfully
D infbrm the public in general and the diseased in
particular, that he has opened an office in South Second
street, below Chestnut, Harrisiburg, Pa., where he will
treat all diseases entrusted to his care, in accordance with
the system discovered and taught by Prof. G Bolles, of
Philadelphia, with whose institution he has been con
nected, and to whom he takes pleasure in referring the
Public for information with respect to his success in con
No drugging the system with uncertain medical agents.
All cures performed by Magnotiam, Galvanism and other
modifications of Electricity, without shocks or any un
pleasant sensations. After an Electrical Diagnosis, a
guarantee will be given, If desired by the patient. For
further information call and get a pamphlet which con
*Phundreds of certificates from medical men and oth
roving the superiority of this system of ..practice
over all others. Consultation free. Office hours 9to 12
• • DR. J. MELTON CREAMER.
DR. J. VITE9S
YELLOW WATER POWDER
DTIRIN a practice of many. years in this
community, DR. RITE has satisfied himself that this
Powder is . vastly superior to any other article in use
FOR THE CURB OF
And is of great service, to . Horses that have ost their
DISTEDIP . LIVED.
Also, that it Will prevent
GLANDERS, COLIC AND THE.BOTS,
When faithfully used two or three times a week—invigo
rating and 'fattening. . .
For improvink the condition of a Horse, he asserts there
is no better medicine, as it will strengthen the stomach
and assist. digestion, cleanse the intestines of Offensive
matter, and regulate the bowels when costive, purify the
blood and premote . digestion—thus the skin is kept loose,
the pores are opened and a lean, scabby Horse becomes
fat and comely: - '
The Powder can be used for Cattle, Sheep and Hogs with
good effect. , - -
Directions with package. •
PREPARED ONLY AND SOLD AT
SELLER'S DRUG STORE,
No. 91 Market Street, Harrisburg.
PREPARED to himish and coat the ex,'
tenor of'Butbil ' With'the=lo. °Waft on at
n s l om ifwooar.l-''4llol Strom 1!
eithbr:CetnentsV4.l fiefehillire,and . Is the,. only - reliable,
imperishable coating for outside work. Mixed with pro
per proportions - of pure tinsesed Oil it forms a solid, dum..,
ble adhesiveneis to Brick or Stone Walls, - making' a beau
tlful,,tine water rubor sniface and finish equal to Brown
Stone or any color desired.
Among others for whom I have applied the Mastic Ce
ment, I refer to - the following gentlemen:
J. Bissell, residence, Penn street, Pittsburg.
J. A. If!Cord, "
J. H. Shoenberger residence , Lawrenceville.
A. Hoeveler, -
James M'Candless, " Allegheny city.
Calvin Adams, " Third street, Pittsburg.
James Wood, Owner St, Charles Hotel, "
William Vohel, Girard House,
Barr & Moser, architects Dispatch Buildings, "
John B. Cox, residence, Front street, Harrisburg, Pa.
A. J. Jones, <4
Please address T. F. WATSON,
P. 0. Box 1306, Pittsburg, Pa.,
or, House, Harrisburg, Pa.
WAR DSPARTmkiIT, CAVALRY BUREAU',
OPPIOI 6 OF CRIER QUARTERMASTER,
trismsoToN, D. C., Feb. 19, 1864.
AVM be sold at Anetion, to the
highest bidder, at the places and dates named be
At Mifflin, Penna., 300 Horses, Friday, 4th March.
At Williamsport Penna., 300 Horses, Tuesday Bth
At Altoona, Penna., 300 Horses, Friday, 11th March.
At New Brunswick, N. J., 300 Horsw, Tuesday, 15th
At.Easton, Penna., 300 Horses; Friday, 18th. March:
At Newark, po Horses, Tuesday, 22d March.
At Lebanon, Penna., 300 Horses, Friday 85th March.
.At Wilkesbarre,. Penna., 800 Horses, Tiesday, 29th
Those Horses have been condemned as unfit for the
Cavalry service of the United States Army.
For road and farm purposes many good bargains may
Horses will be sold singly.
Sales begin at 10 A. M., and continue daily till all are
Terms Cash, in United States Treasury Notes only.
JAMES A. ESIN,
feb2o-dtin29 Chief quartermaster Cavalry Bureau.
. I .
WM . D JB, , &. C 0. ,
DEALERS IN . FINE . FAMILY GROCE
RIES opposite the elourt House, have on hands flee
selection of ' .
of different vintages.
FINE AND COONON WINES;
Of Every DescriPtim
OLD Boußsorp, .-
- .HONON&AHELA , -
. ... 1
... FINN IRISH AND SCOTCH
Whisky& The best evE brought to this market.
"Aud i the celebrated
CHESTNUT GROVE APHIRKY.
SCOTCH Al4'D IRISH ALES.
LONDOIC BROWN STOUT.
WIGWAM TONIC . BITTERS.
With 4 complete stook: of
ENGBISH AND AMERICAN PICKLES
And Condiments of every desicription now in the market,
and at - . . .
TIP? 1411 Y ;ST RATES Lisa
0 pGAILS, of all qualities, suitable for family
;Or roittiufauturillir uses, Just received and for isle by
fel vat tear, JR. & CO.
HIS tree resembles-the Sugar Maple very
slawltinAtia awlSoltage, bat :bars transploraluS
be ter and gro*Hatorplappy. For oak a% Keystcalegfur
eery, JAQOII NISH.
Gen. Grant Receives His Com
mission as Lieut. General.
Speeches of President Lincoln and Gen. Grant.
fASECIN GTON, March 9
The President of the Uneted States, this p.
M., formallyi presented to Maj. Gen. Grant
his commission as Lieutenant General, - The
ceremony took place in the. Cabinet Chamber,
in the presence of the entire cabinet Gen
eral Ealleck, Representative Lovejoy, General
Rawlins, and . Colonel Comstead, of General
Grant's Staff; the son of General Grant and
Mr. licOlay, private Secretary of the
General Grant haying entered the room,
the President addressed him thus:
GEN. GRANT. —The nation's appreciation of
what you have done, and its reliance upon
you for what remains to do in the existing
struggle, are now presented with this com
mission, constituting you Lieutenant General
in the army of the United,States. With this'
high honor devolves upon you, also, a corres-'
ponding responsibility, As the country here
entrusts you, so, under God, it will sustain
you. I scarcely need to add that ;with what.
4 f. here speak for the- nation, goes my own'
To which General Grant replied as follows;
M. PRESIDENT :-I accept this commission.,
with gratitude for the high honor conferred.)
With the aid of the noble armies that have!
fought on so many fields for our common
country, it will be my honest endeavor nal°.
disappoint your expectations. I feel the hill;
weight of the responsibilities now devolvidg
on me,,tand I know that if thepare met it wills
be due to those armies, and above all to e
favor of that Providence which leads fo
nations and men.
The Prefident then introduced the Gene `al
do all the members of the Cabinet, after whi a h
the company were seated, and about half n
hour was spent in pleasant social conve •
FROM FORTRESS MONROE
Arrival of Exchanged..
Foir Marton, March!.
Tlie flag of truce steamer`New York krivecl
here 'this evening from City Point with 700
Union prisoners, who were exchanged for an
equal - number taken up. •
The. Richmond Sentinel of March 8, con
tains the following dispatch:
HEIMAN, March B.—Sherman was at Can
ton last-Wednesday; our pavalry are fighting
him on all sides.
There was heavy cannonading at Canton
all day on Wednesday. Sherman had taken
a large number' of negroes. He leaves the
country perfectly impoverished wherever he
A blockade steamer was sunk off Cape Fear
Cluar..awrov, March-G.—Two hundred and
five shells have been fired at the city since
the last report. There ismothing else new.
The Richmond Whig, of. the 7th says, eight
hundred. and sixty-one prisoners arrived here
yestefday, under charge* of Major Mulford,
to be exchanged under the stipulation of the
cartel: It is hoped that the regular exchanges
will be resumed for the future.
The bdy of Col. Dahlgren was brouaht to
this city' on Monday.
The Capture of the Titan.
WASHINGTON, ]ffiH'ell 9
The Star has the following: The steamer
Paltimore arrived here yesterday from Plank
stank, whither she went on Saturday to head
off, if possible, the tug Titan, captured near
The Titan, in amp of a Confederate raid
ing party, vras discovered about 4 o'clock on
Saturday afterpon ktlowly hugging the shore,
but on reaching the mouth of the Piankataxik
she increased her speed and traveled up the
One of the federal gunboats, the Tulip, was
immediately dispatched after her, but she
escaped, as the Tulip, on account of shallow
water, was not able to follow her.
The Titan was taken to a place called Free- .
port, where she was burned by the rebels on
Idonday morning, after her machinery had
been taken out.
The goods were removed to this place on
Monday, and some of her captors were about
to have an auction sale, but the gunboats
making their appearance the goods were hast
The officers of the Baltimore learned in the
Fiankatank tliat the raiders were led by Lieu
tenants Maxwell and Fitz Hugh, formerly of
For the same reason that the Tulip was un
able to overhaul the Titan, the boats of the
expedition failed to ascend as fax as Free
Union Victories in New Jersey.
BM=NGTON, March 9
The election for township officers in this
county took place yesterday. The Board of
chosen Freeholders is Union by a large ma.
In Burlington township, the whole Union
_ticket is elected by an average majority of
1991. Le,st spring the Democrats had 75 ma
jority. This fact shows the effect of the
"sober second thought" of the people.
Captare of a Blackade•Banner.
The British blockade runner Don - was cap
tured on the 4th of March by the gunboat
Pequot off Wilmington, and was brought to
Beaufort on the night of the 3cl.
A white-colored blockade runner went - on
shore twenty-five miles south of Beaufort.
Three of our cruisers went in search of her.
Exchange of a Brave Soldier.
WASHINGTON, March 9.
Lient. Israel Leadlow, of the artillery, who
remained by his guns almbst alone at Chicka
mauga until wounded and taken prisoner, has
been exchanged and. arrivedlit Fortress Mon
Later from Europe.
-AFFAIRS,'' IN SCHLESWIG UNCHANGED.
The steamship Nova Scotian, from Liver
pool on tlie 25th and Londonderry on the 26th
ult., arrived at this port at 7.30 this morning.
Affairs in Schleswig are unchanged.
Lotd - Palmerston had announced that orders
were sent to the Cape of Good Hope to release
the privateer - Tuscaloosa, international law
not justifying her detention.
Lrizapoor. Msasnrs.—Cotton is dull and
4d. laver for American, and 4®4.1. lower for
other . sorts. The sales of the week amount
to 34;000 bales. The sales of Friday are esti
mated- a 6,000 bales, the market closing quiet
at the decline above noted. Middling Orleans
is quoted at 274 d., and - Upland at 261. Bread
stuffi,are dull and tending downward. Pro
*" - are steady.
1 - ..i.T Mows Mmirter.—Consols are quo
te • 914®911 for money; Illinois Central
.. 20018 per cent. discount; Erie shares,
.; ... The bullion in the Bank of England
• • licreasaki $236,000.
t is repTrted upon good authority that
..Ditark has accented the proposition of a
nce, and the Dresden Journal annorin
lies qt.§ acceptance by France. - •
.Lrvintroor. BREAnsiut/s Manarr.—Feb. 26.
- 7 -41readstuffs are dull and easier. Wheat id
l er. Corn 3d lower. Flour unchanged
4 CrATIAND, March 9.—The mails by the
Noirit Scotian go forward by the morning
Nkw Youx, March 9. - -The steamer Bavaria
arriired this morning. Her advices have been
• The London Morning Advertiser states that
not ;only has the channel squadron been re
,called from Lisbon, but the Admiral is under
,orders to proceed forthwith to the Baltic, in
;order to be prepared not only for possible,
"but probable eventualities.
ThelAduertiser further states that the Gov
ernment has resolved that rather than that
Denmys proper shall suffer the loss of any
territories, to employ the logic of our naval
force to any extent which circumstances may
The Post says the language of Lord Pal
merston last night, in reference to a peace be
tween the present belligerents, is a remote
contingency, while war is a certainty.
The Post thinks the prospect of assembling
a conference, psndinghostilities, is one which,
_Lt„..tealized, can never be productive of
Lowooic 26.—Thr Paris Constitutional-re
lative to the proposed conference, says France
would gladly hope for success, but it is doubt
ful if the Denmark and German confederation
The article of -the London Post says,
private advices from Paris, upon which we
believe _reliance can be placed, again allude
to the negotiation now in progress prepara
tory to the recognition of .the Confederate
States by the French government, although
any official acknowledgement of the fact
would at this moment be thought premature
'A steam ram, nearly as large as the Hector,
built for the Danish Government, has been
launched on the Clyde.
The Times city article says the applications
at the Bank yesterday at the reduced rate,
were still of moderate amount, although more
numerous than those of Wednesday. - At
present the tendency in the supply of money
seems towards .a further fall, but there are
apparently more who- are so sanguine as to
to expect, under any circumstances, that the
rate can go permanently below five per cent.,
even supposing that the harvest prospects for
the year should again prove favorable.
NEW TORII, March 9.
FORTId.N'D, March 9
,It is estimated that nine hundred persons
were killed by the explosion of a powder
magazine at Morocco:
Dispatch from. Gen. Butler.
WASIELNGTON March 9
The Republican publishes the following
official dispatch which was received last night:
FOIVERESS Masson March 8.
Hon. R. 11. Stanton, Secretary of War:
• The flag of truce boat has arrived with 48
officers and over 600 privates delivered for
The Richmond papers give accounts of
Col. Dahlg,ren's death and of the capture of
The Richmond papers of this morning say
that on the 6th of March Sherman was at
Canton, on the Mississippi Central railroad,
and that he had taken a large number of ne
groes and leaves the country impoverished.
There is no further news of importance,
save that the Richmond papers state that the
Confederates have ordered all of Kilpatrick's
officers they have captured to be put in irons.
(Signed) B. F. BUTLER,
From Californian and Oregon.
Sax Frtexcisco, March 8
The steamer America, from Panama, arrived
at Monterey to-day, and will be due here to
night. Sailed . ship Lydia Schofield, for Cal
lao. Flour and wheat are rapidly advancing.
The latter brings 24c. per pound, with large
transactions. Butter has an upward tendency.
Telegraphic communication is completed
between San Francisco and Portland, Oregon,
and the line will be continued northward to
British Columbia. A severe rain storm has
prevailed throughout Oregon for the past three
days, notwithstanding which, the river steam
boats, for the mines, are crowded with passen
gers and freight. Five hundred persons sailed
from Portland in one day.
Great Fire in Meriden, Conn
NEw HAMM, March 9.
A. disastrous fire broke out in Meriden, be
tween twelve and one o'clock this morning,
in the drug store of Harts & Foote, near the
Depot. It consumed two or three blocks of
buildings. Amongst the properties destroyed'
are the First National Bank, the West Meri
den Hotel, the Post Office, the grocery store
of EL T. Wilcox, the law office of Hon. 0. IL
Platt, the dwelling and dry goods store of W.
EL Butler, and the stores of D. H. Southwick
and J. Butler & Co., boot and shoe dealers.
A man named 'Edgerton was killed, and New
ton F. Hart was seriously injured by felling
Rim Yoluf, March 9
Cotton is quiet at 78. Flour has an ad
vancing, tendency; sales of 8,500 bbls. Wheat;
advancitig; sales of 61,000- bushels at $1 62®
1 64 for :Chicago spring, $1,64 for tailWattee
PRICE TWO CENTS.
club, $1 71@1 73 forred. Corn quiet, sales of
26,000 btshels, at $1 66. Pork buoyant, sales
at $2,350 Lard buoyant at 134@14. Whisky
dull, but the prices are firmer.
YEW Thai, March 9
The Steamer Australasian, from Liverpool,
is ashore on the point of Sandy Hook, but
will come off at high water. •
Philadelphia Stock Aleirket.
PEMtDELPECtA, March 9
Stocks excited; Penna. s's, 98; Reading
Railroad, 71. i; Morris Canal, 73; Long Island,
46.2; Penna. Railroad, 754; Gold, 1714; Ex
change on New York, par. 4,
XXXVifith Congress—First Session.
WASEDIGTON, 14rch 9.
ROUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
The House passed the Senate bill, constitu
ting Parkesburg, West Virginia, a port of de
ry. Kernan (N. Y.) offered a preamble set
ting forth that
Whereas, Th 9. law exempts United . States
bonds from taxation, thus enabling corpora
tion% and individuals to withdraw a. large
amount of personal estate from taxation, and
escaping the first share of burdens, which are
thrown chiefly on real estate; therefore,
Resolved, That the Committee on Ways and
Means be instructed to inquire into the expe
diency of so changing the law as not to ex
empt such bonds from State and municipal
The resolution was adopted.
The House passed the bill to regulate dis
missals of officers from military and naval
service, the bill for protection of overland
emigrants, and bill to establish a bureau of
military justice. House went into connnitte
of the whole on the legislative appropriation
Mr. M'Clurg (Missouri) defended himself.
Mr. M'Clurg, in reviewing his colleagues,
King and Blair, said their attacks upon him
self and other radicals were unprovoked, ma
licious, and supported only by falsehood. He
also spoke of them as renegades and turn
The committee proceeded to consider the
Mr. Farnsworth, e 115.,) from the Commit-.
tee on Military Affairs, reported back sundry
memorials and resolutions to reimburse
soldiers for the clothing lost or de
stroyed, while on the march or in bat
tle, and asked to be discharged from
their consideration, on the ground that the
law of July, 1862, authorizes the Secretary of
War to furnish clothing to trio sick and wound
ed and other soldiers, who have lost the same
by the casualties of war, and therefore no fur
ther legislation was necessary.
The report was recommitted to the Com
mittee on Military Affairs.
Mr. Garfield, (Ohio,) from the Committee
on Military Affairs, reported back, with an
amendment, the Senate joint resolution
of thanks to Maj. Gen. Thomas and the offi
cers and men under him for their bravery and
courage displayed 'at Chickamauga, and re
questing the President to communicate this
resolution in suitable terms to the General.
The amendment provides for thanks jointly
to Gen. Rosecrans and Gen. Thomas, and in
that form was passed. , -
FARRELL, IR7'ING & CO.,
510 MINOR STRN.M,
DOUBLE AND SINGLE MF.DIUM,
CAP AND CROWN NIAIIIT.TA,
on hand or made to order.
Highest price paid for rope in large or small quantl
Steam , Saw Mill for Sale or Rent.
MBE undertigped offers for sale a desirable
_L MILL PROPERTY, situated on the Susquehanna
river, at Duncan's Island, fifteen miles west of Harris
burg. This - Property has the advantage of a Timber
Market, and is accessible by canal or railway. The mill is
geared m the most improved style, with a good (Morris &
o.) engine, which drives two Gate Saws, one with forty
and the other with eighty feet of carriage; also, three
circular saws for the manufacture- of Shingles, Lath and
The above property for sale or rent on reasonable terms.
For particulars addreg by mail, or call in person, on
JOSEPH SMITH, Duncan's Island,
Beavenue P. 0.. Pa.
HEADQUARTERS PRIESTELTANLA. Mims,
HARRISBURG, PA., March 1, 1e6.1.,
BE STATE MEDICAL BOARD of Penn
sylvaniaa will meet in PHILADELPHIA, on '
THURSDAY, THE 10th OF MARCH, fl ST.,
and continue in session at limit eight days, to examine
candidates for appointments as AK-lstant Surgeons in
Pennsylvania Regiments.' The oject is to provide for va
cancies in the recruited regiments which may require ad
ditional Assistant Surgeons.
Physiciansin good health, furnishing satisfactory testi
monials o 1 theft industry sobriety and loyalty will be
admitted to the examination.
The rooms in which the examination will be held will
be indicated in the city papers on the day of meeting
By order of the DOVEREOR•
JAS. KING, Surgeon General,
First National Bank of Harrisburg,
Capital $lOO,OOO, with the privilege of increas
ing it to $300,000.
The Slate Capital Bank having organized under the act
to provide a National currency, under the above title,
respectfully offers its services for the collection of Notes,
Drafts, Bills of Exchange, receive money on deposit, and
buy and sell exchange on alt parts of the country.
The businese will be conducted at the corner of Second
and Walnut streets, by the following named diiectors and
Josh H. Bar` . J. R. Mir,
Samos CA -113W41. JAMES Yoewc,
WELLIAX «n;DA,r,- Gso. F. Mama,
J. D. 'CAMERON.
JOHN. IL BRIGGS, yresl.
GRO. sBALL, Cashier..
FINE BLACKBERRYand ELDERBERRY WM.—
Warranted pure. For sale at
4n BOXES ORANGES, in pod order ;
k 7 .Iso, 100 Barrels of CHOICE APPLE for sale at
• JOHN VISE Fruit Store:
TAITREEAM MIISTAR,p, the best imported,
Just received arid for side by
febl WEL, DOCK, JR., & CO.
ORANGES !—A large-lot.of
kJ superior Oranies, and Sicily ffavana, for sale in any
quantity at talt29] BOY' ER . Bz 11.01CRPP:R.
LELF LARD.—Fifty kegs prime Lest Lard
for sale by [20291w1 EBY Zr ICIINSLE
w. DOCK, 3a., & CO.