Pennsylvania daily telegraph. (Harrisburg, Pa.) 1857-1862, March 20, 1862, Image 1

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    I . I IE TELEGRAPH
is PUBLISHED EVERY DAY ,
-EOR(+E BERGNER,
TF.tois.--smota SM3I3IOIIPHON.
t ,,,,, TIGIV,PwH Is served to subscribers in tts
:tt,••os Llper .week Yearly subscribers will be
,i 4 A), 11,17a11:; f 3
WPXKIV ASP SgAIt.WICKLY riLIGRArIi.
r x , p.e.kre aIFO plibitPned twice a week during
o t the Legislates - " ' , lmlay during the
subscribers al
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'ash rata., .
Unr s per year ovnni. weekly
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FiN LAW OF NIWEIP4II3I3.
titeribers order the discontinuance of their WWI.
`, vubliSher may continue to send them noW
' ott e- are paid
' 3
rriber,, neglodt or robust, to take their newepa
the alike lo which they are directed, the," a •
,r• y have settled the bills and ordered
until e.
d 4 c ortdoed.
t
intbital
JOHNSON
DA.T.amalket
LOCK HOSPITAL
o or e i r a taht for speedy- ,
ASEA SEM OF parBIJDENOK
TRW DI OX TO ROME
an Plertary or Nor4ous Drugs.
0 . 40 , W muffin, az wo Puma, tw moo Owl
Two Dals.lie
at the Bck or mbs, Strictures, Paine le
ailermons of a
tbe Kidneys Mid Bladder, Organic
Nervous Debility, Decay of therhysice Pow.-
, „. 1 ,1113 Languor LewSpirlis,Oonfusion of „desk
the Hoare, Timidity, ?ramblings, .Dlmisem
H li
. Idutrita, Amm
or o of the Stomach, Affection.'
ecuL Nose &in—those terrible Maar .
Itr
from: the ladiecretion or Solitary Habits Di
freudful and destructive practises which
debility, render marriage impel:*
troy both body sod mind. .
YOUNG MEN.
an t f4pecially wbo have become the victiMso
that dreadful and dearrnotivelhablt whli*
'weep , to Co untimely grave thousands of
Li ra'n 0 the oxalted talentand brilliant Intel
otherwise have entranced Hamlin,
ihe thunders of eimmence, or, waked to ea.
wr ,t, t o r ch may call with full conffdenca,
MARRIAGE.
rsMI, or mem; contemplatingTlMM, pp
were ' ;•bynield weakness, abouldlintnedlately con
i 0d be rostorcd to perfecVhataltb.
ORGANIC WEAXZ4
inrieJiate l Y cured and flai sfeor restore,
r Lamsell mode , the care of Dr..f., may
u.;F c,l.llde in his bun.. la. • gentleman, ans
true hip akin to , . .
No. 7 z , outh t street, Baltemora t ,
Oda gc..16 _roe Baltimore street, 7
corn l Be particular In lobe into
. you will MintAke the place, P. ear.
kn.rrnnt, Quads,' with faits ...mei,
MA/Kw tertifieetes, attracted by the repute
,.,.hcrutt, !orb near
clift Nettie a Postagelitmnp, to tree on the
•
UK, JOHNSTON. •
h. J.inVOn member of the Royal *Mine of surgeoaa,
• erit i a atifrote ono of the meet eminent 004Mresei
iine Cm: ed -tate, and the greatest pent of whose hM.
yr ,pod iu thP :tospdut of London, earls, Phila.
Leo effected 30010 of the most eue.
that wore ever known. Many. trentetai,
r!, •
41.0 , the ears and head whoa esker, gr it
eat
TC.L. zt, rael at maiden soend Moblitti
hhndling, at tended sometimes with derange,
vat •
r`,11,.1 stere cored immedlnteln r •
!Mir, I'ARTICUL.42 NOTICILr
_ .
rbese Who hoWing ituseNd then.
vivo w, Vir I,Dd iweroper indulgeociee, that secret
oo vho* dot which rotas both body and mind, utt.
Moog them for rather bush:loBer society.
The , are rome of the sad end melsoottely wisdom
dhr;nhcrnrly hehltemf youth L vis z,..W. 1 01407
Ihot ..thd Limb! , Ll
Fame le the oad, JAOI4IOIII
las el gutcular ?ewer, Parpltotion goo E la n,
Noth,liercoombotobillty, Derangemeetor the re
Feßetiene, fieuiral Debility, Symptoms., sd 4ansuaip
tiel. .
%IT N - L ALLY.
tennal cm the mind arembeLlt •
Umnory, Confusion of Idliga, I I
v! Spent turebenlitgi,..tYofsloll Nods.
ty, 24tAntreo, lon , o :Solitude, Timidity, dre., are Some,
of drat
yhow,wit,,t pe)10118 01 all agee can now Judge what
the now t.! (be litteline heidth, losing their vigor
berennq a sk , tale, nervous and emaciated, have I
/Tnar .0 . 911e0 nb..ut kije eye', comb, and erne%
mt of feenelptiOn,
YOUNG KIN
elm tire 0, rad themselves by a certain practice, In
lclledw wter alone—a habit frequently learned from
As, or, et sehnet the 'effects of which are
trur when asleep, and If not oared, renders
Wage mosesdble, and destroYe both mind and body,
aply immediately. .
asks! a pity that a young man, the hopes of his Conn.
tie, be dar li ng of his parents, should be snatched from
rineits and enjoyments of life by the consequences
eleTaLag sum the path of nature, and indulging ha.
ZILD !Nem babe.. Su% parsons must, before contest
iluce
mARKIAGIL
&el toot a aunod mind and body are the most
ry,co w promote connubial happinell. ~n eel
'Ant these, the journey through life becolnee a weary
Pritqa; the prospect hourly darkens Its the view; the
acd btoorotte shadowed with despair, and lined with th
tgoohnly reflection that the happiness of another
emu Waled with our ovra.
fl. JOHNE.ONS INtrItioRATING BMBOY FOR Ogl
GAM WEAKNESS.
ily this great nod important remedy, WesIMAM of th e
11la sre ilicedily cured, and foil vigor Teetered: .
1
„u„p;,„, of the most Demme ~ , arsk °Waited whs
tm law, hope, have been ininiellital . Filigzed.
~hl/
lemimona to Marriage, Physical er tilit , MWaallail.
isti., Nervoini, Trembling, Ignalleall WIP Eshatilibillie
Se EVA tearful kind, speedily . trorplE z : '._,.i - : . .
la) STRANSESS ? „ . , ,
~ ,
SO moo' thousands careulit Mix li ' ntiletien within tlint.
L ' ll lielve taara, and the nomerene Into/himpaa
(Notions performeel by Mr. .1 .switiliapikLbs , therew.
, ~111., papers, and many other person. Lb. einticeass
!
tbe. tare apivoired Milk' and again before - Bit
pub,
Mali. Wending as I yeagailla fit and 111.
Pailnes. is a sufficient enanualeg l ao l l 4 5 10 •=1',, •
Obi as ::f IMPRIJDENOKf— en 'the temagnided
tad tawftaient votary of gat ends he has Thabibegr
lit set. is th at painful d it toe Mel kittnieift tha
n4l taw finite Of sham e or sad of discovery deters
klf hnil &tidying to Mom who, from adulation and re.
Ifonallfty can alone bed Fiend him, delaying 11 / 1 theani*
Naomi Symottnias or thie - horrid disease mike UMW
ietrure, affecting the head,
Ma throe; nous, skin, an.,
MFaiss on with frightful till death Pule!
to dread's' angering' by sending him.in "that
rWtroe f rom fencoc a so traveler retnraii• It Ii I Ct.''.
i°l lid that thougande tall victims to' this terrible
TOft, oviag to tho uushiltninons of Ignorant pretend-,
i k ffb by the use of that deadly 1411411
. i sossiluivni and make the residue or lifemilmorfall,_ t,',,.
lotmaloafts.—Tha floater's Diplome h ang ..
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ilk
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Wieners mini contain a Stamp ton. on the reply.
t nintobesuont by Ilan.
QM. 7 •inuth Frederick street, Baltimore.
terNasely
DENTISTRY.
EO. 6TiSTE, graduate: of. the
aecr 4e of (Mutat Surgery , airing
tonueS,o the city of Harrisburg gilld !airflow
10r na ,,, ireccuinud Jr Dr. Gorgali On 1 4 11 rd
...o
loon Market Anti Walnut, respefelfalYilloklrrne 218
run snd Me publio in general, that he.* prepped te
Worm oil proration,' ha toe Dental prehoutieui ei t h e r
pared r to a manner that WWI 110 %.,be,
ewd by operars fa thin or any other ,
Mil of losertanr ar ti ficial . eth It port the el*
PTelectenUtle principles.
te , orti, from one to a fall set, mounted on fine Gold, rel.
Octet or the Vulcanite Bane.
toren pleasure In recommending the atiowe t ga
;ZZ!II . : all
A my fernier patients ot Harrisburg
..
hot m °BO confident that he will partbrm- all
me
ttire manner trod MY selewiect ro.lllll
bura..itn J 9. GOMA& • •
I‘ISPROVEMENT IN DENTISTItYr
P. P . H. A lLitilACH, Burgeon . Den
teth M ONfoolarer of Mineral Plate Teeth, the Only
041 4 , 3 that obviates every abjection 'to the me or mil*
, embracing hair b partial, ha and whole *eta of one
t0 c .: 4 4 purr and mdostructinie mineral there
bothe r are.,
vicno tor th erm:enrol:natio n °finnan particles of feed
onenstvo tater from the. brella, I/0 me
te,filvi edit' their c onstruction, there clan be no galvanic
ZI olutetallie Luta. Hence the Indual le not an.
ta u , ;till Icle throat, headache, gc.iv id
Office No. 48
ot r
mood street, 'Harrisburg.
Clif
BLA.i' , KWELL'S Oelebrated
PRIM E:
tupo y
11:e PRESEKVII,I-3 drxt„ Al t o. A terge
tei z
for Lh,beyto bracing every varlet y, Just re-
DOMC,Jr, lc Co.
ehoiee Teas, Black and Green
kaa I pound papers,papers,for sale at ,
NICHOLS & BOWMAN'S
corner Front and Market streets:
ant TO
441THER mid ENFANT BRUM% Igire4lNZ
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VOL XVII
(Ints at atrantl & transpartatuf,,
PENNSYLVANIA RAIL ROAD:
FIVE TRAINS ' DAILY TO AND
FROM PHILADELPHIA.
OW AND apMrsa
MONDAY .741151.11 Y 27th, 1862
The Pesseager Trains of the Pennsylvania Railroad
botopany will depart won: and arrive at Harriaborg and
Thhadelphla as follows '
1E ;I. T Ai. D.
ROUGH EXPRESS TRAIN *vets Efargisbarg daily
is 8.20 s. m, 994 wives at Weft Philadelphia at 7.90
PAST LENTE teens flairiiibial dal* o;coept 'Sunday.)
501,001. UMW nuadelptils itt, '5.10
111A1141tAlN leases Barrhflntri daily (except Sunday)
at 01.66 y, nr., and Arrives at West Philadelphia at 11.00
ACOMIMODAMON. 194.1 N, vti Mount Joy, loaves
Harrtabdrg at 1.80 and "myna id !Foot Phlla
do=tr. n• , '• •
AviiOOI4IrODATION 1114'0Oinnt
b41esiitellintiturg at - 100 end arrives at WIWI
Pltlisdalpbta at,7.20.p. or. _
liir E N T It' D
TaBOUNII WEE MS TRAIN Raves Ptdladetphla at
iO.BO p. m , liairiabitrg at 8.06 a. m., 41t4Miut 8.40, a.
in and arrives at Platabmg L at • , • • "
11.11 t TRAIN. lariat Phlbidodpliii. at I.ooi. and ai-
Oka at Haniabarg at 1.20 p. loaves Elltrisb mkt at 9.00
a. .Altabna, B,Bop. , and arrives at. Pittabturg at
9 . 80 P. Id• •
• FAST LINK leaves Philadelphia at 11.26 a. in., Real&
burg 4.06 P. in,, Altoona. at 9.10 p. in. , and. arriving at
Plinilsirg at 140 x. m. ' ' , • •
HARMI3I3OIISI sat Phil ,
deiphia at RAO p. 111., and oDA arri Harsisbur leiv g io
at• 9.00
MOUNT JOY ACOGIEMODATION via Mount Joi,leaviss
Linoister,at 11.SSa. in., arrives at Harrhibimg at 1.80
•
m.
4 a NIIWS 111 , 01193 and PAPSINGER TRAIN mill leave
71dbulelphill 'at-4.00' a. m.; lancastor 7.07 , a.' in.;
NORM Jar at . 48 a. in., Niddietown,at 8.23 a. and
arrive it Harriliburg at LIM a. m., connesitincimilt Nail
tin wets, from Harrisburg, at SAO a. in.
EIAINIEL O. YOUNO;
• Stmt. Nast; Mr. Poona. Railroad.
Rarrlabare, January 114,1862
o tbern Central Railway
-WELITBB ABRASIGEZESINT:'
mE tame anratitoub PION
23-IL Mi 1 1* - TiitiE 0.M151.!
Close Oonneotion , miati . at Harrisburg
TO ..iND iiiiik iiiw Ton.. ..
SLEEPING CARS RUN ON ALL . NIGHT TRAINS.
illN tAKOk AM BR ONDAT, =NOV.I 24,
18114 Nis AiriongarelloAßOSlNo $OllllOO Omani
uss oa o y re tn u l
m arri umni ve as oiz and l. 4dpart .7_
, tro: Harris_ .
...oura and
GO'I NIG , SO Ti . TAR.
RAIL TRAM aretvei atlTarristung LOS P
P M.
, and Mons “ IJNI P . K.
1101411118 le arrives /di , . I , MAM A. EL
. . and leans ;,. " • 3 . 51 9 , A AL
. 0 Q .IP4 ' 1 61 NQ R TAIL.
4) • at...., - 826 A. N.
li P tli ' 284 m = i t iiariiiitriF , ' " 1.00 . P. M.
and haws North at 1,21 P. N.
RUMS TRAlN•leaved HiMtbaste atc....:..- LOOP. N.
and anises sa Raralsbmig.... 8.00 I.: N.
. • and /caverns* ar,..'.: '.. .... 8.10 P: IL
ma toooisimt --
11WIRISINDRi
.. ON TRAIN
1 Liana Hatriaburg Rir Baltimore; a 1.........
Iffouldolir—isovis Baindsto at;:...',... ~.. 8.80 P. M.
2titentritrein leaving Harrisburg es 110115eT will be .
411 /ON. TroP, 505 , 55 8 4 0
:For farther Information apply ma Ole 0110,u Peal's
- Railroad Depot. u j outzt,
* ROL 25, 111111i.i.otit
WINTER TIME. 'ARRANGESLENT,
AIIItAINIIOIIIII
. •
.•
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TaIiiIIII:O3JACTLA - TO
Pi3ILADELPI l A ..
mgraom, dirAtAt o* 6084
eQN AND' Arm' iItONDAY,
BKR 4, Th lBlll the Parsenger Trans will. leave. the
adelieft-t
Mr Ne7Or '7 1 1W, 0 1 /1 f h
r
kIEPRIBMNBisteen Brarlsbare ai r ar;
rival of Pennsylvania Railroad Express rfraip book*,
West, arrtvlas i New Port at 11 .5 , m., andad. -Ph il a.
delnhla pit 9AO a. "Aaliephig , ear It viilablilill to the
ta l an'etronghlrom TtltsinWg'witliont bbangs'
Wif e iitabthaves Barrislrolly at B a. , tn.„ slut
In , New YorißaMrp, m., ;Philadelphia at 1.214
PARrLINIf leave! Narelabin at TAB p . m ; o4arri~al
of!Panksriliarde Billhinel 'Past Neil; 'iwriiiiag In ' NerW l
Rork at 9.50 p. m., and Pldiadelphia at 6.40 p. to.
-
FASTUNRIeives Nair York at • a ntl,4itid
eddald, a's. saq arriving at Harrlsbnrr it 1 p. m
MAIL TRAM lams New York 41200 noon, and Phil
adelphia at 8.16 p. In.,artiving: at >darr4barg at B.xo
=PRIGS LlSTlfteives New • Fork at 'ea in. • wi
lling st• Barrilibor/C st 3 l lo with the
Ptionsylvada &preen Trani for Pittsburg- A aleeping
ear Is also attached to tide train .
Coeneollonsari evade at IFirilabitrg with Alibis on the
Pennsylvania; :Nth:thorn Olutraland Goiaberland Valley
:Railroad% and at : Reading t for -Philidelphl%lMlatilh%
bane, sitoln
elles Faston,
- Baggage cheaked through.* 'lllrae butweeti New 'York
and Hanisburg, SIS 00 ; between Harrisburg and Phila.
deaphia, $l3 20 In Go. leas% and 42 _
For tiCkeil or other information apply to
J. J. CLIMB;
not • General dient,'HOrieburg.
..
.ILNOTHER NEW sites! _
v ortame Vi icing Desks, .
Backgammon Boards,
'4 - . Traveling Bags,
... : t" : Puma, Walleta, '
• ' Toilet Bottles,
e t d.a general arsortnient of • -
FANCTICABTICLES,
lir.f, .1... •-c . • R
Ittlf II- quieauswarwieunceat k: s4-
e } .n ea way: Ili.• wog Susi , in..h uti
"INDEPENDENT ALL •TIELINGS-NEtTRAL IN NON E
lIARRISRM - PA., FRIDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 20, 1862
1) W. GROSS & CO.,
DR 11 G GISTS
NO. 19
MARKET STREET
DRUGGISTS, PRISICIANS, Str'll
We are daily adding to our awe f If of
goods all such articles - as are destrietti r id
would respectfully call your atentior, W , l I be
lirgest and best selected stock in thus` 't', of
DRUGS, CHEMICALS PAINTS,
mitarginkAliatii ikodwilx or, : • .
Lard, sloe:
, Bottles, Vials and Lamp Globes,
Outgo Asap, Sponges and Corks,
die., dte.,
With 4 general:tilletkof• - l' -- : • •
; : 1 /""& TOMETARRICLEIC
. • tr, 2:
selected from the beet manufacturers and Pe
innler l . o tlDuftttlukthilli.o9ul4l7 l :!
Being vell: - .14111 4 11 1 , 1 4elEaXi- •
PAINTS, WHITE LEAD, •
' -;•• 4,INSEED f OI4'VONIEITER; (
WINI6W't ARTIST'S
104 - 514E8, PAINT AND
, Afiffrlßri3 , BRUSHEE
°TN~ AI ; L'I'~IR ' VAstE ' i'lF~;'`
We respectfully invite a call, feeling, cotill
dent that we can supply .the wants of all on
terms to their satisfaction.
JONWS AND WEIMM3 POBOBLAIN
PATENT MEDICINES AND HAIR
• • • tr,
- ± Of all kinds, (Moot lowa* the Proptletors,
Saponifier and Oonnentrated Lye 1
Wholesale Agents for Saponifier, whichlwe sell
al low as Maur be pnrohaseitin=the cities.
-ATfaxigr licEDlct OTaR 3 l lll7l ?4 °T Of,
COAL off. 1 'f.ratlilidaV,OlL 1
Being large parcintein theseolls, we can
over iiidndements to 'elOse'litaleiti. boal 'Oil
Lampe_ of the most,_ rnmoved patterns, very
bheap.' kindil of faille , changed te, barn
Pleee Of . who ew . e not giv es; oar HOES
on:raearrag POWDII3I3 • strial• know no
thekr OUP00 1 :4 1 tY I and the adsantage they are
in keilping Horses ;and Cattle`haaltbY and' lu
jood condition,
Tfionsandd can testify to thaiwoftt they have',
dbrived from the UM of cmr•Cattle Powders by
tie in - ciedainif Anantlty arid: qiirdiWid - Eilik,
*ides improving the general health and ap
pleaniitce of their4ale.
Our long experience in tha bigness gives us
Ole ND/11010 of 14 . g r rcm g h kmOidge of the '
trade, and oral intanipnnente in. the citierare
such that lieica' a in a VOW - ehort - time furnal
anything appartalidnir to our business, on the
heat of terms.
Thankful tOc the liberal patronage best,owe
ou our hotiee, we *pa by strict attention to
tininess, a carehiiieleotion of
PURE 'DRUGS
at fair prices, and the d'estre to please an, to
4 8 01,. ofintinuato of ifie ,favor of 4. 41180631:-
- rsaa'i The '''''. teitittilii`lit i „ . : ' l'RErt,' i liii*Eititer'lmil 4 l4evraxi'ist.' - i f.,0r,..
ITRE ."---.*," -'
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' - ' Weser ' I 't) *4l4l,CornersltrontauulNarkit.stretsitt
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1„.. - '''L , r , tea . .v„..l rej .„
.09 d.6 (1
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•
111 W. ,:r.rtros,*'
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
BARRIBBUEG, PEIVN'I.-
KEEPERS AND CONSIIMr,r" I,
011., varnishes and Gloss,
Dyeatulhi, Gloss and Patty,
Artist Colors and Tools,
Pure flirow!.q. Spices
clowns AND BEON
OF'Aub
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aft •
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C . I
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D R — U rf
Ail
H4f7Rl-fet
TEETH 1 TEETH 111
FAADAERS ,AAD 414ZIEtt9,
~cjsL4l~¢liLolis
BOOKS FOR 'FARMERS.
rrHE attention of agiidulturists is' directed
1 to the following, works, which will enable
them to increase the, quantity and value of
their crops by adding science and the expeiii
ments of others td their eiperience
BTRPHEN'S BOOK OF l'kui FARM,. de
tailing all the labors.of husbandry and
the best wa y, toperfdrurthem. Peke. —.B 60
COLEMAN'S' AGRICULTURE' and Real
,
Economy '4 00
LANDSCAPE GARDENING, by —1 00
THE FARMER'S COMPANION, by Buel.. 75
lacTuaga ONE PRACTICAL AGRICUL
PURE,- by Johnston 60
THE AMERICAN FARMER'S new and uni
venial handbook, with 400 engraiings..2 60
AN EASY, METHOD OF MANAGING
OEIOS,
.Ly .. 20
The Nat u re , and Trettiment . of Diseases
Cattle, bY Dadd ' 100
LEIBIG'S AGRICULTURAL "CHEMISTRY 76
MIMS COWS AND DAIRY FARMING,
and the production of milk, butter,
cheese, `by Flint 1 50
GRASSES. 'AND FORAGE PLANTS; by
• Lynch . . .l 50
SAXTON'S . containin g n the
Horse, the cow, the pig, fowls, &0., 4c.
..1 00
THE FARMER'S DICTIONARY and Pm
, tics! Farmer, by'Dr. Gardner. ... .....1 60
ALLEN'S DOMESTIC ANIMALS... . 76
THE FIELD BOOK OF. MANSKE% or
American Muck Book 1 25
THE HORSE AND HIS DISEASES, by
Jennings 1 00
YOUATT ON THE HORSE. . ....1 26
HIND'S FARRIERY and 5T0 . D,800K....1 00
HORSEaLk.bISHIP and the Breaking and
Training of 'Horses
Standard Books, School Books, and every
,thing in the stationery line, at lowest prices, at
BERGNER'S CHEAP BOOK STORE.
-UNION RESTAURANT,
•Rinr.T.TAll) AND BOWLING . _ SALOON,
NO 1.1.9. MARKET STREET, NEAR EirrEL
'THE syabsgObcge having erected a l arge
building at th e above place, exprittet3y For the pupa o r
sea'abbveindicattek:biti to dill the attention of the pab.
1.63 to the fojtowtog . . . • , , , .
. ,
'Tps Romer:astir; on the first firsor; with a dining room
'attached, is Wed tipin &st oles!! style, and tt Will.at
times be Er/pPled Wigi the best OYSTERd to be haul in
the 'Atlantic titles, tegithee Wlth . territiln; 01h, and all
kd i f e t game In swots, „Oysters served, glikin *Mary
style, mud meals to be*sd at all hems. The Ales of all'
the - oelebroted , lirewel9m.' la' the country -constantly on
Wind.
oi ,- EloWling' Billion; is in the raiz:,
Mid contains three alleys of modern construction, where
theJosere of this healthy ezaroists:oati enjoy themselvesi
, The silliard Wools le up:ohdre—elemunly Sited np,
and eontahis three marble top lc,imbluation outhion ta
bles, equal to aity,,txtade,, ,
Harrisburg has tong fel tthe want of a grind 'swain•
atlon of this kind; and as the proprietors are determined
to condpct W
la.equlot and, manner, and do eve,
rag tinny power - to Mikis s faintonahle resort,
ey hope to receive &Jibes* attars of, public patronage,
hit.dtf WILI4Sai t G. Molf.ADDliN 600„
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CHO/CH- LIGHT /LEAD' G
It IBE - 131DS;•• by - the author of
"Rutledge," Prico $1.26.
Leinet ha 4 19.4150! 4 L.)
Dor EDGB 7 —"tuilform with "The Slither
lands " $1.26.
,REULAH—twenty-fifth-edition—sl.2s.
1111ST.:WiltEit,-4 mear.A.Ovel-50 cents.
TOM.3.II)IAR'S 01:pulp by Novel — :
25 cts.
'llOll, BETTER, 7011. r. 0115% .88 tits
Together.. with all - die' New ' Books soon BA
i*Lbliklie4' lit
BERGNER% CH EAP BOOK S TORE.
.
•.! CO ALVr PIO TNT:DERif ,
• -...- , I . COAL"REDITOED - 1I I
1 N consideration _ of the hard times, , and
L'iii'T tellaidliditielt FOR OdSH; I have' reductif the
piloo:of Coararatfamalf,4,- .., . .7... . • ~
1 . 1 4i.0 , 2‘.. 3 1 11 , 1 j03 , Brolfert (t: Sailld p?rton
f 4 \ 'lam Egg - ... 2 99
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Lorberii , ' • 4i 2qo iy It ' '
' ATM delivered by the Pitiac Wain *Caere; it
can toed ed it , ithe pereliams dcor and if it &Ili
abocklo: ' ':the Poet:wild belorfefted. i ... .....' .. ..,.
1 'All Lbel o the beat quality mined, delivered tree from
all lotpordl , . . ,
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id in Aanilties;iVr-the iowieirr waotaiiita'
~sgent fir, upant'a Celpiratc4 foarcier, ftlargeauppl.T .
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'always on d., at Xannfaaturere ,pAcea.. _..,..
jar A carte lot of superior baled Sty for aide. ' '• '
Lrg \ J411.8:3 ld: Wfilropft. .
i J. • ELM _ Allarstr.
BOOT, & SHOE STORE
comika SECOND AND 8113.;
; •Hsri a t snrg •
tit,WlTßoiv viva a large atmortnient of
It. BOOTS, SROVI, detpue, &c., Or the
41$11tiel and"....thilSraiuto -*war.=
Prices 49414 ittletlißt", -.1 11 ,101 1 44: 4.`1 1 0RT444L0T TO
olttostr lithe beat style inr-spuleriqr. wokkiller!
ItZPAIBING doaellistiorrnotice:
octIS4ifJOHN Wilnillicliai.alaiArg,..
_
TO GRAIN CONTRACTORS.
IHE . RAT: 4 IIhIORZ"BACt 'FACTORY,
A,. W . ,
riS PREPARED to fuiniah -4overiziont
Contractors and others with Linen or4:tnttoo Bagsof
an nisos,,promptly for cash OChier,.(ire*:l:Oals, :(44
(brie , "*OS"Mort— trlll find tortheirtolvantatk lore inn
JOHN (.I.:GRAF LIN. •
li d call .13alttm . ore, Jaa.l7th.-31011.6- . 1Y24-2mde
THEO F. EICHEFFEE4-
O ru ER,
- - NO 18, • MARKED STRENT;:. ;
!airPartteuilis attention paid to - Prlitting; Waling and
Binding ig Banda% Manifeetn i -Pnlinles;4 l h l3 o ll l
Canna. printed, at 42, Wit, and $5
tlyntaandjn elegant styln, 7 - -120
"PIET= 1111}11TIRRI. TEM THE
• swomf i ? .1 -
THE YOl9T ' BFaiuinti; : - strike
~.*241) l'ATna Ns
Gold and Silver Pencil and Pon
' • ' Caseis;''
In the miirkpt, le to
.101.3 found at •
BERGNEWSOHEAP.BOOKEITO
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N.A.Z2I. H.:113 3 A . L L ; L _
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BOARDING:'BOIB)01; FOB BOYS. •
J ,
AZARE'TEI, Nsirthaucipti* , Pa.
rigroCboofsgo 'AIM Thir,risbilrg by
,rallroold to
4ustort, and thanbetorni imiieeby stip%
RevAlDWAßDitlitiCianii,
IS 3m* rtlitolfsoll
gLOT of prime Ciiiceeinifeireeieli , ectifid
for sale by 4114:11I0BASlig BOWMAN,
• Pgq.lpz 5 .1 , 1, CQUlWZroSitPdr.**Kot atreetP.A.
Pemsylvania Legislature.
REPORTED IX:6IIMY TOR TEM TXLIWIATII
The Senate re-aseembled at_ 3 o'.clock r.
and was called to onierl4ll,o Apeaker.
Mr. PENNEY called up Senate bill No. 897,
an act relative to the railroad indebtedness of
Allegheny city. _ .
In committee of the whole, (Yr. Inuna in
the chalr,) the bill waa'read amended; . innd so
reported.
Passed finally. _
Kean. JOHNSON and SEIMILL moved to
re-consider the vote had this morning on the
indefinite pOstponement of the Continental
express company bill.
The motion to reconsider being before the
Senate, • ; ;
• Mr. Id' CLORE moved to postpone,. mdefi nitely
the motion to reconsider:
The latter motion was agreed to—yeaa 16
Mr. REILLY, (Railroads,) on leaves - lye'', as
committed, a empplement town act to incor
porate the Nesquehoining Valley railroad
company.
The bill to incorporate the Delaware steam
tug and transportation company was. aken up,
discussed it length, and postPoned for' the
present
The Fall Brook railroad bill was taken up,
discussed at length, and postponed indefinitely,
by a vote of yeas 25, nays 8.
A motion was made to reconsider the 'vote
just taken; which was not agreed to.
Adjourned.
75
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
The House met at three o'clock, P. it., and
resume the consideration of the 'School bill,
and after considerable debate, - and numerous
amendments, the House agreed; but refused,
by a two-third vote, to suspend the rules, and
read the bill a third time by its title.
The House shortly afterwards
BY TBIE6 'H.
From dar,Mirahig.EditiOd.
Capture of Fort Marion, Fla
St. Avgastine Surrendered Without a Figh
THE CITIZENS ELISE THE STAXA ANW
STBIPXB OVER THE, TOWN HALM
Another old Govenunent Fort Talon by
Commodore Ihtpont.
The town of St. Augustine was surrendered
Without a fight, . The town authorities receiving
commanderßodgers in the town hall. and after
being aissiired that he would protect the loyal
Cithiellfl, they raised the 'flag with their' own .
hands.
•' The rebel troops evacuated the night before
th►e appearance of the gunboats.
This is the second of the old goiernmeitt
forts that has been taken by Oom. Dupont!
RUidORED CAPTURE OF. YANCEY
Agentleman who attired here this afternoon
from Baltimore, says that he heard from an
officer there this - mornitig . that Wilham L.
Tammy, one of the rebel • Commissioners to
Burope,lhad been captured. The rumor ,was
that the Yew* on hoard of whichhc, was, had
been taken by one of oui blockadin g vessels
We have heard nothiniot the aft& froni any
other source. -
HARPERS FERRY BRIDGE
The Harper's Ferry railroad :brid e one
pleAnT. A ,train exoned-ratathati--
to'Coldiostoiw-to' LT'
VaCiTithSea
liSt 131014 •
~-
'Mr. Wxutor (Pa.) presented several petitions
in favor of fimancipatiom . • - •
(N. Y,) offered a joint resolution
authorizing the - importation of arms ordered by
the United States free ordutY." •
•
Mr: Fsesstunnt, (tie.;)•said there was a bill '
oh,the subject in the course of preparation.- 7
The resolution was laid over. •
On motion- of Thritniasoi, (M 0.,) the bill
to secure the pay of bounty pensions to the
men act: ally-in the service in the department
of:the West, was, taken . up , and passed.
• Mr. Moaan.L, (Me.,) introduced a bill to pro
vide for the, public defence, and accept loand
from the several' StateS, for . that purpose re
ferred.
'
Mr. Helmut, (lowa,) presented the resolu
tions of the Legislature of lowa,, relating to
the, sickness among , the lowa troops.
The bill was pailied-feas 29.
Nam--14ealtrii, Grimes, Hall, Harlan' Hen
dereon,Lane, Kane, Powell,'"Sherman, Trump
bull an d Wright-9.
Mr. Howe,. (Wis.,) asked to be crewed from
the select committee on.the Starke case. His'
request was granted.
The bill for the abolition of elairery in the
District of Columbli was taken np.
Mr. Doeurrsa (Wisconsin) proceeded to speak
in favor of the bi 11..,, He believed that every
man had a right to lierty. ,He believed that
all' the races of "mankind were capable 'of • en
joying civil and religious freedom; and social
and:: political equality, under proper circum
stances.: ,He contended that the, reak . gneoinni
in 414 count ' wiLs, the Negro '
:petition, and s mitletinestfolf Of shiverk-4V11;1111 a - tit:Within of
i. , 7 , 56404 w all ivi bAt*...4o.Blouz,*
NO. 64
. SENATE.
WiMOAT, Match 19, 1882
APTEMNOONEMION.
Wacciarmer, March 19, .1862,
AFTERNOO,N SESSION
Adjourned
_.•._
=I
WASIIINCMONi - Much 19
Peu.LDILPHIL, March 19
BANIIMORE March j 9
WAMINGTON, March:l9
SENATE. _
thzm i*thuj
Buhl", procured Steam Peens' Presses, we erePrelPer
ed to ettecate JOB add BOOK FEINTING of every dal/alp.
tion, cheaper than it can be done at any other aatabllnk.
mantle the country.
RAT OF ADVERTISING.
air roar lines or less constitute one-half square. 11404
mss or more than foer constitute s square.
Hatr , ?.quare, one day 00 25
one week. 1 00
ene month 2 00
three months
elk month 5 00
One year
OneEquare, one day
,one week A 2 00
one month.
44 ' three months._ $ 00
la months-- ............. 10 00
ti one year . 00
B' Business notkes inserted in * the inertlinirkwur, 02
before Marriges and Destl46 FIVE CEm nit Tmirit fir
eta insertion.
RT itarrigea and Deaths to be charged as capitar a
verthiameraa
He quoted from Jefferson in favor of eman
cipation. The two races could not live togeth
er, in the temperate zone. The Caucasian race
was dominant, and in the tropics the
colored race was dominant. Nature - had made
a laW Stronger than the army law of man,
and she must be obeyed .
Ddn POKIIROY favored emancipation but was
opposed to paying the masters. Adjourned.
1101T8F, OF IMPRESENT'ATIMI
• The Mime resumed the consideration of the
Mir bill.
The House acted on all general provisions,
forty in number, making no important amend
ments.
Mr. WIC/CLEM (Ky.) offered to exempt slave.
fromdirect taxation when lands are taxed, sad
advocated his amendment by a speech.
A brief debate followed, dulling which Mr.
Lovx.rov denied that this Constitution of
oqr fathers ever recognized property in man
add it never would. Slavery has no guarantee
In the Constitution,
which, if it had been hon
estly administered, would have destroyed
slavery loneag'
Mr.-Wm: am said he had been informed
that Mr. Lovejoy had recently made a ainillar
,speech before the Blanch Association.
Mr. Litwor replied that it was likely he bad
attended two meetings of that character. He
believed the slave -has as much right-to own a
master as the master had to own him—as much
right to whip and sell the master as the master
had to whip and sell the slave and his children.
?Mr.' Wuntram argued to show that our Gov
einment in numerous instances, has recognised
slaves as property.
'Mr. WICILLII72II amendment was rejected.
The House next proceeded to tlos- considers,-
tion of the sections relating to licenses and
nixes on spirits, ale, beer and porter, but made
bat little progress therein.
The House then . Adjourned.
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
• Cotton steady.. Floor dull—sales of 9000
barrels, at $5 20®5 25. For State, a 'decline
of Sc;s4 64(45 76 for Ohio, and $5 Si C 86
for Southern. Wheat has declined lc. C 2cts
'sales 26,000 bushels at $1 80 for Milwaukie
Cinb. Corn declined 7 -sales 38,000 bushels at
65®581. "'Whiskey dull at 24}®25cts.
Na ti 2Zwertisments.
NEW NOVELS
ASEANCE STORY, by Bulwer, Mos
'tutted, price
Dinah • 00,
The Warden, by Tiollope, (Pocket 11-
brarYo) 26
Castle Wafer, by the author of "East
• Lynne". 60
Treasure Trove, by Sam. Lover, new
• . edition 60
Tom Crosbie and his friends, by Lover.. 60
The Broken Engagement, by Mrs. South
,worth -• • - 26
With all the Inew.books as soon as published
at . BERGNER'S Cheap Book Store.
PROF.-ADOLPH P. TEUPSER,
EITOITLD reepeolfully inform hie" old
T T patrons sad the..pahlic..geperally, that he will
continue to give instructio*,On.the PIANO. PORTZ, X&
LODSON, VIOLIN. and adso is Liu* itoieniui THORagieft
SAS& .He will meth pleasure wait upon pupils at their
nomesat any hour desired, or lentils will be give* a
his readdance, in Third street, 4 few doors holow, lh 4
Genhan Rerormed Etowah_ 4e4311541 it
THE PRIVILEGE
Of TEM
WRIT OT HABEAS CORFU'S
NDER Tut: CONSTeIuiION by Horace
TT
Brinney, Esq. Pamphlet edition for sale
ARSBONSIV 3 CHEAP BOOK I STORE.
Price.l6.oenta.
ME
FhoiSSENCE of VANrLLA, Essence of
' Lemon, , Flavoring Ixinkstai for gale at ttie new
leeale and Retiul.Grocery and Provision titan; cor.
ner Front and Market streets. '
LBW SCHOOL
OP
HARVARD - COLLEGE, 18E32
• .
TWO' TERMS of nineteen Weeks each
.
- commencing Sd and September Ist.
' or Oatalogne and Otroalar, addnum .
JOEL PSIMER,',RoyaI Prefeeser..
Oambrldge, Mass., Feb. 1882.'ma8411,4,
POST p 9 7, - •
1 - 17111T1N4
- ' TilkniSES;
PONTMONAIES,
Jind algeneral assortment of
FANCY GOODS -
bare just been received at
BERGNER'S CHEAP BOONb'TORE.
•
reeling confident of , rendering satisfaction, we would res.
platten:* invites call.. • KELLER,
Et-Market street,.two doors east of rourth omit, souk
ea
WR9LE4ALE And RETAIL DEALER.
in Confectionary Foreign and Domestic Fruit.—
Figs, Dace,. Prunes, RaiSigl and : Nitta or all kinds.;.-
Fresh and :al Wish, Soap, Dandles, Vinegar, Spicaa, To
haw°, &pre and Cretntif Pram* .
Ili general, at the
caitrperdil4 'bird - turd Walnut streets. • .
*oci2ll4lbm . ' prnr
C0R13.E2'13;
71, ALL OF .11HE DIFFERENT SIZE,
• WHITE AND-COLORED.
Flualbeet ertade menafectored, oan be o fo A ug o ili
Next door to the Harrisburg Bed ix
qOLD PENS 1-The largest and - best
stock, from $l.OO to 14.06—warranted—st,
SHRFFER BOOKBIMIL
OLDIER'd CAMP COMPA:NION.
10, eesy 4conveniest Wetting Desk ; also, Portfolios,
Memorandum Books, Poritaanumes, at •
11:20 SCHPFEWS BOOKSTOmf.
COAL OIL and Carbtni Oil, it is now
generally conceded cart be.sold lower by ns than bi
any other house in town. All brands for Ellie by Nichols
& Bowman, corner Front and Market streets. nal-y .
JI'FRA: FAMILY FLOUR, Corn Meal
and Buckwheat Moor. Nor sale low by Nichols k.
Bowman, corner of Front and Market streets. , ,nll7y ,
COAL 011,1_ lower than any House in
Harrisburg for sale by
NICHOLS& Bowltex,
Cerner Front anCllarkei
feb I¢7
CI.E.I)Wir,D, broken loaf, fine and coarse
Ny , ptemertied and Other by
BOWMAN,
Center Froat and Market Mated&
TVARIEB SQ.& 1.8.62. r—A great variety
4. 1 f ex, oa / MI Weak at
' 4 "" • Amernare Boomolo.
Nsw YoRK, March 19
NIOHOLEi it ROWIu