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OFFICE, NO. 408 ORESTNU7 STREET.
CAPITAL AND ASSETS; ..$1,543.886;
THOMAS RIIXI WAY, President;,*
JOHN V. JAMES, Actuary,
CONTINUE to make INSURANCE ON'
LIVEN on the Most reasou able terms.
They set as Executors, Trustees and Guardhinil under!
last Wills. and as Receivers shad Asaloess.
The capital beingpaid up and invested, together with
a large and constantly lucre 'ring reserved !nod, offers a
perfect weer ty to tha insured.
The premiums maybe paid yearly, half yearly or mar.
Ire company add a BONUS periodically to the Insu.
raneee for lie. The FIRST BONUS appropriated in De
cember 1844, the SECOND B _NUS in December, 184 9,
the THIrD BONUS in December, 1954, and the FOURTH
BONUS in 1859. These additions are made without re
kiting any increase in tile premiums to be pa Id to the
are a few examplei from the Register :
Amouoi of Podcy .
Sum Bonus or I bonus to be increased
Insured addoion by tutors additions.
No. 99 I
6, 182 8000 1,050 tO
4, 199 1 1 1000 40 0 00
a9BB 509 0 1,875 oo
Agent at arrisbarg and vie. Ali
D. GEO. W.. SPINE; ; graduate of the
Baltimore College of Denial Surgery, havinge or-
manently located in the city of Harrisburg and taken the
office formerly oceapied by Dr. Gorges, on Third strect,
between ffiarltet and Walnut, respectfully inform., hie
friends and the public in general, that he is prepared to
perform all operations in the Dental profession, either
&rgica tor mechanical, in a manner that shall not, be
surpassed by operators in this or any other city. Die
mode of inserting artificial teeth is upon the latest Im
proied eofenliBo principle.
Teeth, from one to & full eel, mounted on line Gold,
Silver, Plates plates or the Vulcanite Base.
pleasure in recommending the shims. &en
te all My former friends of Harrisburg end 01.-
and feel confident that ho will perform all opera
tions in a galantine manner, from my knowledge ot' his
ability. DayS42tfl F. O. GORGan. D. DAP.
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Pennsylvania's Sick and Wounded.
List of Names in the Hospitals at Baltimore.
REPORT OF MAJOR DAVID McCORNICK
To His Excellency, Annan , ' G. CURTIN, Governer
have the honor to report to you that
in pursuance of my appointment by you to
visit the hoe itals in the city of Baltimore con
sick an wounded emisy yams
teers, 1 proceeded to the said city and visited
all of the hospitals in which there were any
soldiers belonging to our State, giving to every
patient in the wards ray personal attention;
and inquiring carefully as to his condition ,and
wants. The hospitals were uniformly in good
order, and the sick and wounded well cared for
and uncomplaining, although moat of them
experienced an earnest desire to be returned to
their Pennsylvania homes. ,
I beg leave to refer you to the accompanying
schedules, giving the names, residences, &c.;
of the patients, :together with brief notes of
their present condition and several &Hinge.
All which is very respectfully submitted by
Your obedient servant,
List of Pennsylvania U. S. Soldiers in the „Patter
son Park Bospital, East Lombard &red, Balti
more, under the care of Dr. R. W. Pea, Surgeon,
July 19, 1862.
H. H. Gould, company E, 105th regiment,
had the typhoid fever and now well. Resi
dence, Cold Valley, P. 0., Allegheny county.
Benjamin H. Smith, company G, 63c1 regii
spent, has the consumption; improving fast.
Elderton, Armstrong county.
Edward Rozell, company 0,62 d regiment,
had the typhoid fever, improving.
Hugh Furguson company A, 85th regiment,
has had the catarrh fever, With some rheumat
ism; is improiring slowly. Residence, Belling;
ton, Washington county.
Reuben H. Kreson, company F, 104th regi
ment, had the pneumonia, now detailed as
nurse and well Residence, Philadelphia
George A. Alenddok, company 2, 624 regi
meat had the diarrhea% and is- well.
H. E. Davis, company H, 101st regiment,'
had the diarrhcea, and is 110 W Weil. Residence
Enon Station P. o.,'Lawrence county.
arol ear y, company-F 4 I.olst regi
ment, had the typhoid raver, improving slow
ly. rtesidence Pittsburg. His mother is here
Benjamin chambers, company A 101st regi
ment, has the ,fevei and is improving.
James Mattheson, company A, 57th regi
meat, debility, improving slowly. Residence
Jeffeitort'Strause, Company A, 104th regi
ment, had typhoid pneumonia, now well. Resi
dence, Ottsville P. 0.; Bucks county.
Abraham Finly, company D, 85th regiment,
typhoid fever ; improving fast. Residence,
Denningville, Washington county.
Pater Raddinger, company B, 96th regiment,
has the typhoid fever, too sick to converse.
John Foster, company A, 103 d regiment,
hurt his back in building a bridge near York
town, is no better, cannot move much. Resi
dence, Collinsburg P. 0., Clarion county.
Geo. Sterling, company E, 96th regiment,
had the fever, and is now well.
Samuel Flemson, company K, 81st regiment,
had typhoid fever, and absconded.
James Abrahams, company 0, 621 regiment,
had the typhoid fever, and is now well.
Hiram Gents, company H, 103 d regiment,
has the remitting fever, and is improving.—
Residence, Halen Furnace, Clarion co.
M. Weinburg, company 0, 98th regiment,
has rheumatism, amt improving. Residence,
Robert Y. Askin, Sergeant, company I, 12th
P. R. V. C., general debility, wants to get back
to his regiment as soon as he gets well; if he,
cannot get well, get to his home. Shirleysburg,
Anthony Bovee, company B, 83d regiment,
was injured in the back, also had the fever, Is
improving. Residence, Tamarack P. 0., Craw
Nathaniel Dunn, company B; 11th regimentl
P. R. V. C., had the remittent fever, is improv
ing. Residence, Wagontown P. 0., Chester co.'
Wm. H. Philips, company D, 61st regiment,
had the typhoid fever, and is improving. Resi
dence, Wyoming P. 0., Lucerne county.
Theodore Blowers, company H., 85th regi
John McGill, company B, 83d regiment, gun
Alex. J. Clark, company D, 63d regiment,
gunshot wound in the neck at Gains Hill, im
proving slowly. Residence, Allegheny city.
T. H. Brymer, company K, 61st regiment,
had fever and ague, improving. Residence
Beach Haven, Luzern county.
Nathan S. Falconer, company H, 10th regi ,
went, P. R. V. C., (gun shot,) wounded in the',
battle of Chickahominy. Residence, Warren
David Howel, company D, 4th 'regiment, P.
R. V. 0; wounded in the lace at the battle of
Chickahominy, improving. Residence, Girard,
P. 0., Erie county,
Joseph Buchanan, company . B, Ist regi
ment Pa. artillery , wounded m shoulder at
battle of Chickahominy. Residence, Mannin
P. 0., Lawrence county.
Isaac Bayne, company. I; Bth regiment, P.
R. V. C., wounded in the knee at Mechanics-
Ville, improving. Residence, Wayne county.
Jeremiah Payne, company I, 96th regiment,
wounded in the elbow at Chickahominy.
David Mortimer, company E, 62d regiment,
wounded in the hip at Gaines Hill, improving
slowly. Residence, Wattermen's Ferry, Clar
Wm. Crum, company F, 93d regiment,
wounded inwriSt and hand at Gaines Hill, im
proving. Residence, Shaellerstown, Lebanon
James S. Johnson, company G, Ist Pa. artil
lery, bruised his leg by wagon wheel . at Sav
age Station, improving. Residence, Blair
Peter Veise, company B, 9th regiment, P. R.
V. C., gunshot in hand at Fair Oaks, improving
slowly. Residence, Pittsburg.
Geo. D. Carson, company K, Ist regiment,
P.H. V. C., gun shot in breast at Savage Sta
ion, lmpr-ing. Residence, Bendersville, Adams
Thomas L. Price, company B, Ist regiment,
P. R. V. C., gun shot, and gone to Lancaster.
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James A. Keeper, company B, sth regiment,
P. R. V. C., wounded in the hand at Fair Oaks,
improving. Residence, Northumberland, Pa .
Andrew Yuma, company 4,. 49th regiment,
'wounded in,the'arm at Gaines 11.111,1mprovin4.
Residence, Milesbnrgdentre county. I
Parmiter;o3ompany G, - 111th regiment,,
had 'measels, imprbfing. Residence, Edinger
burg, Erie county.
John W. Hudson, company B, 109th regi
ment, has remittent fever, and is improving.
Uriah W. Rodgers, -company K, 111th regi
ment, has iheumittism, improving slowly.
Residence, Brandy Camp P. 0., Elk county.
Lewis Aeseline, company G, 109th regiment,
ruptured, improving. Residence, Philadel
Frederick Shall, company (1, 74th regiment;
remittent fever, improving.
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• • — cart, remittent fever, improving. liesicienceb
. Robert M. Brush, company 61, 111th regi
ment, has had the typhoid fever, Improving.
Isaac L. Hall, company K, , 86th regiment;
detailed as nurse. Residence, Summerfield;
Somerset county. ' .
Eli S. Cope, company D,. 104th regiment, heel
rheumatism and pain in breast, not improving
any. Residence, Quakerstown, Backs county;
Jas. S. Collins, company C, 85th regiment;
had typhoid foyer and is now well. Residence,
Crnmingsville, Fayette county.
Isaac Smith, company G, 84th regimirnt,
rheumatism; iiiiptoving. Residence, Second
Fork, Cameron county. ' '
G. H. Nelson, compaly - K, 106th regiment,
has weasels and diarrkget..llnproving slowly . 1
Residence, Alba Po., Bradford county.
John Taylor, company A, 71st regiment, de-:.
tailed as coOk. Residence, Philadelphia.'
Jas. H. Crider, company 0, 101st regiment,
has remittent fever, and liaa had highs& hint
is improving slowly. Residence,, Irish Riffle
John Kennedy, company I, 105th regiment,
had the mumps and is now well. Residence;
Corsica, Jefferson county. •
Clinton Brink, company H, let Penna. artil
ery, has rheumatism, is improving. Residence,:
Falls P. 0., Wyoming county.
Wm. J. Naugle, company C, 101st regiment,
detailed as cook, is weak-11r hie breast. Red.!
dence, Irish Riffle, Lancaster county.
A list of D. S. soldiers in JP Sim's Manstott
llospital, Gran Mount Avenue, under the charge of
Dr. L. Quick, Surgeon, July 19, 1862.
Wm. McHugh, company B, 2d regiment. •
0. L. Williams, company I, 10th P. R. V.
C., wounded at Gable's Hill ; improving. Res 4
idence, Meadville P. 0., Crawford 'county. t
Chas. Pifer, company A, 115th regiment.
A. Dupont, (Bugler) lath Penna. Cavalry,
had his jaw broken from a kick of a horse; get-,
ting better. 'Residence; Pidindaiphia. .
Thompson Peterson, comptuty A, 11th regi
Joseph Bpath, "company lE,,lllth regiment
. J Win. Ayers, company F, 88d regiment, gen
debility, ((worn out ;) improving slowly.
Residence, Shakelairille Post 0026 a.
Wm. Flinn, coniPany F, 87th regiment ; has
affection of the kidneys; getting worse. Resi
dence, York connty,llnion P. 0
Wm. H. Barger,companY 2, 13th cavalry;
died July 13. Residence unknown.
Henry Shannon,. company.lC, 95th regiment,
woundel in side at .Gaine's improving.
Residence, Turbetville, Northumberland, co. t .
Gottlieb Greenwalt, company H, 98th regt&
meni, wounded in leg at Gain's Hill ; improv
ing. Residence, Yhilacielphia.
John Diorgan, company G, 104th regiment,
has Dyspepsia, is week across the kidneys,
(not improving.) Residence, Buckingham,
A. S. Keeler, company I, 103 d regiment, gen
eral debility; improving slowly. Residence,
Canonsburg, Clarion county. '
Henry Reiker, company F, 83d regiment,
discharged and gone home.
Henry Barnhart. company H,' 93d regiment,
had the typhoid fever, is well of that but com
plains now of weakness in his back. Residence, ;
Wm. Bruner, 87th regiment, discharged,
going home, worn out in' the , service. Roi
-1 dance, Harrisburg. • I
Daniel Dieztitse, company I, illth regidnert.
J. R. Boughton, company R, 111th regiment,
got better' and sent to Fort ll'Henry.
Geo. Wattersi company 1, 111th regiment.
G. W. Kimear, company D, 111th regiment,
bad the typhoid lever, and is improving. Resi
dence, Warren county. • -
Wm. Taylor, oompanyD, 111th regiment.
N. S. Roman, company A, 111th regiment.
Newton Frasier, company, li, 111th regi
ment, ruptured, gone home. Raidence,Youngs•
vine, Warren county. ,•
John T. Tubbs, company. B, 111th regiment.
Henry Ballston, company F, regi
Henry Hatch, company F, 111th regiment
going home , (not weil.)
Hiram M. Brown, company F, 111th regi
Michael Brickner, company H, 87th regi
ment, discharged and,going
Isaac Rilkert, company B, 10th regiment,
has diarrhoea, weak back, and not improving.
Residence,' Sherman P. O. Mercer county.
Joseph Stevens, en/spiny B, 7th regiment,
has rheumatism, getting no better, wants to go
home to his family as they are in want. Resi
dence, Liverpool, Perry. county.
John McKinney, Bucktail Bides, company
42d regiment, was hurt in the back in the •ser
vice, improving slowly. Residence, Warren,
Jas. Flinn, company F, 62d regiment, sub
ject to fits, got them while in the service, im
proving slowly. Residence, Abbington P. 0.,
Japob F. WAgst, company D, 98th regiment,
not well, and cannot get his descriptive list to
get his pay to go home.
Jacob Renion, Corporal, company U, 93d
regiment, had typhoid fever, and is improving .
Charles. V. Guitch, company H, 93d regi
ment, had typhoid fever, is well of that, but
now troubled with the piles.
Win. Denison, company K, 3d regiment P.
R. V. C., wounded in the hand , before Rich
mond, is improving. Residence; • Pidladelphia.
Samuel Fleming, company E, 8d regiment,
P. R. V. C., wounded in the leg at Mechankiii
vile, is getting well. Residence, Honesburg,
Philadelphia county. s
Wm. Kliftord, company 8, 6th regiment L-
B. V. C., had a gunshot wound, getting
Could not see him.
E. B. 1011er, company B, 62d regiment, was
wounded in the thigh at Gains Hill, improving
slowly. ; Residence, Pittsburg.
H. Beau, oompiny Be- 62d , regiment, was
wounded in the thigh at Gaines Rill,improving.
Residence, Quinton F. 0., Jefferson county.
J. . ebbart, company E, 83d regiment,
wounded in the leg, improving. Could not see
1 g t.o .
. Decker company! I, 8 hse en ,
rheumatism, improving. Residence, New Ox
ford, Adams county. -
J. Smith; company B , 9th regiment, woimd , -
ed in arm at Drainaville, has had it amputated,
will be discharged. Residence Pittsburg. _
M. D.;Aikens i , company H, 87th rughnerit,
has typhoid fever, is very bad, don't expect
him to recover Residence, Mouut Top, War
ren cOrnity, ;
Wm. Gladden, company F, 85th regiment,
had typhoid fever, now well of that. Residence,
Rodgensville P. 0., Green cOuntY.
Wm. Thomas, company F, 86th regiment,
,llad typhoid fever, is well of that, but bag no
use of his limbs. Residence, Rodgeisville P.
0., Green county: '
H. EL - Lenhart,. company B, 87th regiment,
has bad typhoid fever, is well of that but has
a pain in his side. Residence, Susquehanna
P. 0., Dauphin county.
Milton Shuman, company G, 52d regiment,
has the 'remitting fever is iMproving slowly
Residence, Espytiwn, Columbia county.
Thomas Carothers, company B, 4th cavalry,
was wounded in the band at Gaines Hill, is
Barman Trump, company K, 85th regiment,
was wounded in the arm at Gaines Hill.
John A. Williams, sompany B, 62d regiment,
was wounded in the shoulder at Gain's Hill, is
improving. • .
Samuel Fleming, company. E, 3d P. R. V. C..
was wounded in the leg at Centreville, is im
proving: Residence, Philadelphia.
0. Shafer, company G, 71st regiment, gun
shot at Gaines Hill, is improving.
Union Putman, company G, 111th regiment,'
detailed as nurse. Residence, Erie city.
W. T. Peterson, company E, 111th regiment,
bad measels, took cold, settled on his lungs,
and is not improving. Residence, Meadsville,
David Durand, company 0, 111th regiment,,
worn out with rheumatism, detailed as a nurse,
he wants his discharge, he has had five sons in
the service, and one of them died.
Wm. M. Maloney, company I, 23d regiment,
had typhoid fever, and now.rnear well Resi
t.G. L. Battersly, 6th U. S. cavalry, nervous
debility, is not improving and will be discarged.
D. Maxwell, (corporal,) Company C, 2d
Pa. cavalry, had brain fever, mow well. Real
Henry Park, 6th U. S. cavalry, had gunshot
wound in leg at Williamsburg, is improving.
(The Isdance of Major McCormick's report
will be published to-morrow, it being too
lezigtiti , to be inserted in one issue without ex
cluding other interetridlrik in tters.—Ens.]
From our Morning Edition.
PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD COMPANY.
$50,000' Appropriated as a Bounty
to the Soldiers.
ET OTHER CORPORATIONS FOLLOW THEIR
Col. Swan, Secretary of the Commouwe 11th
has kindly permitted us to publish the follow=
ing dispatch received at his office this after
noon. F We r hope other corporations will at
once eihibit their true loyalty by subscribing
liberally for the preservation of the Union.
The dispatch reads - as follows:
Pnotanstma, July 28, 1862.
To HON. A. G. Cuarrs, .41,rtilentororPolnlYivania
DIA& Sne ;—A special meeting of ' the board
of Directors of this company was called to-day,
for the purpose of considering the proclamation
of the Executive relative to providing bounty
for the soldiers from Pennsylvania, who may
hereafter enlist in-the service of his country.
The annexed preamble and resolutions were
Very respectfully yours,
THOS. A. SCOTT,
Vs e Pred. POMO. R. S. CO.
WlitaiLS, It is officially , decreed by the Ex
eentive of the State of Pennsylvania that a pub
lk emergency demands the prompt co-opera
tion and financial aid of the people of this State
to enable the government to , insure just and
efficient security to the citizensof this common
wealth, against the varied contingencies, inci
dent to the prevailing civil war, and,
Wintaxas, The interest of this , company and
the protection of its property, as well as that of
fhe citizens of Pennsylvania are directly in
volved in the perfect maintenance of such public
Resolved, That the President of the %amyl-.
vane railroad company be, and he is hereby,
authorized to advance from time to time as the
same may, be needed, to the Executive of the
State of Pennsylvania, or such agents as may be
organized by him for the purpose of disburaing
the bounty fund contributed by the people of
Pennsylvania, the sum of $50,000, to be applied
to the payment of the bounty to soldiers enlisting
in the service of the Government,
LATE SOUTHERN NEWS.
EXTRACTS FROM REBEL PAPERS.
WASHINGTON, July 23.
A copy of the Mobile 'Ube:l'kmr of the 11th
received here says: '
Among.the population of that portion of the
State lying above' and west of New Orleans,
theta are numerous classes of persons of mixed
descent, ignorant, and scarcely speaking or un
denatandh/g the English longnage. These, it
may well be supposed, have little feeling hi
common with those who are fighting this war.
They do not understand the quarrel, and they
Would ~t } 'soon have Northern gold - as confeder
ate paper, if not a little rathere no matter foi
what kitu ; of 'disloyal services it be the w ages;
• •`The Nevi' Orleans ' at first 'ma ragarclixt
as a terrible blow to the Confederate' tense;
but has proved fruitful and of the greatest
advantage. Its first effect has been to arouse
NEUTRAL IN NONLi
the southern cities. -The word, has gone forth
"No more surienders of see port except in
Gen. Butler's rule has intensified the south
ern hatred of the Yankee rule. ; We mean fight ,
for Independence with such means as God and
nature, nave put into 'our bands, just as if in
tervention was ott of the question' of hope. !
.The Auguste (Ga.) Omshtutionalidthiske owl
that they have several hundred Yankee officers;
some of thud of high military.and social posi
tion, that there is an'OpportunitY to demand an
atonement for the atrocities committed by the
miscreant Butler at New Orleans. • •
It says the martyred Mnford cries from biti
grave for vengeance. Let twenty:or thirty of tha
prisoners of the highest rank be set aside and
held in close coufinement, there to remain'
until Butler is delivered up, or. until by chances'
of war, ha is thrown into, our hands.
AN IMPORTANT ARMY ORDER.:
Capture of a Valuable Prize.l
A General Exohange of ',Prisoners:
HumwAßTuus, Amur op Vmunitt,
Vi t tsuiturrozr, July 28.
GENERAL. ORDERS NO. 11.
Commanders of army corps; divisions, bri
gades and detatched commands, willi proceed
immediately to arrest all disloyal male citizens
within their lines or within reach io their
respective stations. Such as are willing to
take the oath of allegiance to - the United
States, and will furnish suf f icient security
for its obiervanee, shall be' permitted 10 're
main at their homes and pursue in good
faith their accustomed avocations. Those who
refuse shall be conducted South beyond extreme
pickets of this Army, and be notified that if
found again anywhere within our lines or at any
point in rear, they will be considered spies; and
subjected to the extreme vigor of the military
law. If any , person having taken the oath of
allegiance as abpve specified, be found to
have violated' it, "he shall be shot, and his
property seized and applied to the public
use. All communication with any persons
whatever, living within the lines of the enemy
is positively prohibited, except through the
military authorities, and in the manner speci
fied by military law ; any person concerned in
writing or in carrying 'letters or messages in
any other way, will be considered and treated
as a spy within the lines of the United States
By command of MM. GEN, POPE.
Gus. D. Roacass, OoWaal
General and Chief of Staff.
The Navy Department received Information
that the United States 'steamer De S , ta cap
tured the schooner Wm. White, while she Was
trying to get off the Sabine pare. She was
leaded with cotton,.
, The machinery erected in the Treasury
building is for stamping and 'not printing notes
of the United States, as was erroneously
Com. Dalghreen has entered on duty as
Chief of the Bureau of Ordnance. Capt. Har
wood, his predecessor, succeeded him in com
mend of the' Washington Navy Yard.
Gen. Da eating for the United States, and
Gen. Hill for the rebels, have made arrange
ment for an immediate and general exchange
From Gen.M'Clellan's Army
AFFAIRS ON THE JANES RIVER.
WOlellan Approves the Appointment
HEADQUARTERS, July 22
'Things are very dull here. ' I am going up
to City Point today with a flag of trace after
the wounded and will, try to send you a Rich,
mond paper. ' There fa no thought of General
McClellan being superseded, althmigh there
is some talk in the northern papets of it. Either
General Meiss or Valleck will be Commander;
in-Chief. When the President was here Gen.
McClellan recommended and urged such an
appointment, but told the President not to
allow his claims to interfere with his action in
There are several thoniand men here unable
to do daty, although the health of the army has
improved since it came to James river. There is
no movement whatever of troops. The author
ties are looking every day for the enemy to open,
new batteries on the other aide of the river. The
rebels are visible at all times on the opposite' side,'
bot are never interfered with unless they appear
in large numbers, when the gunboats shell them
out. Many resignations of officers are being sent
in, but none are granted, except to those who are
I am in a hurry, an the boats in about leaving
FROM FORTRESS MONROE.
Arrival of Sick and Wounded Pris
oners from Richmond.
How they were Treated by the Ba:!bebi•
NOBLE ACTION OF 0p SP4dE6RX
, FQRTIMIS MONROE, July 22.
The Union prisoners , which arrived at Fort
ress Monroe yesterday on the Steamboat Ron
nebeck were from Richmond, and . will all re
main in the hospitals at and near this place for
the present. There were • about two hundred
on the boat, and the most of them are , doing
well. They-say-they mere,well treated by the
Rebels, while imprisoned by ithem, only they
were kept closely confined, and their food was
bad, but this was not so much from design as
frommecessity. They say that
k og ire they go, and remaining with t thew
while In prison ; taking care of hemtathnight
d —4th 0 risnaers til,l
remain In Richmon d our 8
Union troops are almost daily arriving in
this place, making a very short stay, and then
gisam iii -- firtfus,
awing pzac ttedsteam Poirer Preaoo, art. PrtPar'
d to ezechte 'JOB' aid BOOK PRINTING' dr every
deseript;on, cheaper then. It can be acme at an* other
'intablithment in the anurtry.
RUES OF aDV6H,
jar Four lines or loss constitute ene-half square,
Sight lines or More than four constitute a square.
Half spume, one d .y SO 26
44 one weer 1 26
i one mouth . . ........ ............ 2 60
three month s 4 00
it six months
.. 6 00
it One par , 10 00
One Square, one day
" one week
1. ooe month
gr - three months
" six months..
a one row.—
Resineva notices inserted in the Local Odunin, or
hopre Marriages and Meath; BIGHT arms PER LINE
DR each insertion.: " Ir' 7 ;
sir marrhges - andrreittiii to be charged as regular
passing up'the James river to kiln c-
Clelien's or General . Burnside's Divisions.
The weather continues cool and the sick are
recovering rapidly. Many are now convalescent
who would have lost their livewhad thWOaces-
Aively warm Weather contintied' fora Mir days
The steamship Vanderbilt, which sailed for
New York on the 20th with sick and wounded,
is at anchor at Lynn Harbor, Bay, waitipg for
the wind to subside before gorog to sea' The
despatch ship - Rhode Island came up the harbor
to dayOuid' is at anchor in the 'Roads, nearly
abreast of Vie fort.l3
quiet up James river to-day. ,
The following statement has been made rela
tive to the fate of Doctor Denniston, who was
drowned off the steamer John Tucker.
" JILT 22.—Doctor Denniston, who had been
engaged as a volunteer Surgeon at General
Hospital; located opposite Harrison's Lending,
was attack.id with typhoid fever, and his safety
seemed to require his removal. This morning
he was carried by ambulance to the boat and
placed in state-room E, occupying the lower
berth, a man having been detailed to take care
of him. When near the Chickahominy river
the cry was raised that a man was overboard.
Instantly a light boat was manned and on the
water in search of him. The search was un
succesaful. On return of the boat we immedi
ately missed our friend Denuiston, who had
vacated his state-room. A thorough search
was made for him, but failed to find him on
"Papers found floating on the water and
brought back by the small boat revealed the
Sad fate of Dr. Denniston.
"Inspecting his room we found two purses—
case of surgical instruments, his watch and
spectacles, were left with his coat and .vest in
the upper berth. •
"Several of hislriendi had visited tali fre
quently, and found he had taken the upPer
berth. It is proper for us to add that moderate
delirium had marked hie case the night and
morning before we left, but the delirium being
mild, and at no time of a wild nature, no ap
prehenaion was in any way excited. This state
ment is`made for the information and gratifica
tion of the distressed relatives and an interest
ed public. We need not say that this most un
happy inbident has filled ne with sadness, and
that we tender to his afflicted friends our deep
felt condolence. His father's name is Hon.
Robert Denniston, Washington Villa, Orange
county, N. Y. "G. L. McCooir,
"J. B. Hstion.l
FROM SOICITYLKILL COUNTY.
The Hughes Family—T,...," truals* , known
Treason, andpoen7deattsbitionfor'&natorkd honor.
Correspondence of the TILOGRAPILY
Pansy - ma, July 19, 1882.
If the membera of the late so-called Demo
cratic convention desired to be regarded as loyal
foittrioticr ditisans of our gond old Common.
wealth, they were certainly peCuliarly unfortu
nate izt the selection of a chairman of their
State Central Committee.
F. W. Hughes, of Schuylkill , county, the
person seleeted; it one of the most unscrupulous
of the old Breckinridgepoliticisuis. His loyalty
is seriously questioned by the patriotic, Union
loving citizens of the county; which sent some
4,000 of Rescue to battle for the very existence
of our institutions.
- Hughes is a shrewd man, and one of thet
dam of politicians who believe that the en*
justifies the means ; hence be deems it perfect
ly justifiable and good policy to assume loyalty,
if by that cloak he can teibserve the interests
of his Southern allies, among whom-ire found
those allied to him by the ties of kindred. His
brother, Dr. Hughes, of Newbern, North Caro
line is one of the leading rebels in that part of
the country;' one of the; forts baying' being
named after Mm. •
John Hughes, son of the doctor, awl
late law partner of the " Chairman," is
also now a citizen of Neirbem, and
in the service of the rebel government.—
Thie young sprig of the Southern chivalry. , is
the individual whom his uncle Frank made al
most superhuman exertions to elect to Congress
two years ago; but, to the credit of the loyal
citizens of Schuylkill and Northumberland
counties, the efforts of the demagogue were
frustrated, and the Hon. James H. Campbell,
the eloquent champion of the Union and the
Constitution, was returned to that body. Short
ly •fter the attack on• Fort Sumter, the nephew
of the "Chairman," fearing the threatened in
dignation of the sturdy masses, found it good
policy to flee from the "wrath to coma" into
the Kingdom] of Jeff Davis, followed by the
good wishes of his dear uncle, and the loud
curses of his late fellow citizens.
It was generally suspected that the uncle
contemplated following in the footsteps of his
nephew, but Gen. Burnside made Newborn
ratheit a more dangerous refuge for rebels than
Pottsville, and so tha project was. abandoned,
at least for the present. The body and intel
lect of the Chairman remain 'with us' in the
North, but that his heart is in the South ad
mits of no more doubt than that Jno. Breck
inridge is a traitor. -
The Hon. F. W. Hughes is a candidate for
the Gaited States Senate. Shall he go there,
loyal citizens of Pennsylvania?
Confectionery & Fruit Store,
THIRD STREET, BEAR WALNUT,
CONFECTIONERY OF ALL KINDS,
ORANGES AND LEMONS,
PINE APPLES, BANANNAS,
FRESH AND SALT FISH,
And vegetables of all kinds, brought direct, . f rom tit e
Eastern Markets, twice a week, and purchased ruiner nog.
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aadoheaper article than any in the market. • •
Mr Orders trout a distance attended to prOMptiy, Aid
deeds delivered to part of the uity - free of charge:
. 2.11&-H CANNED FRUIT : dolman tly on band %Ire
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CE CREAM Batmen , Philadelphia style
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m 1 ,28 rimmor IN.Ant .n 4 MKrli.t fitrAias.
liNAlONl3,:raisuus; cucowtte just
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N/GBOLS, Of, BOWNS,N,
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,'FISH every Tuesday aria Friday
it Aatt wars Mrs, horkaii. of third and Wab
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