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BY GEORGE BERGNER.
IS PUBLISHED EVERY DAY,
By GEORGE BERGNER..
me Daum Tryoftese is served to subscribers in the
City et a cents per week. Yearly subscribers will be
charged $1 00 In advance.
WstuLY Axe SEE WIDELY TZLICIELP/4
The Tn./GRAPH I• also tniblwhed twice a week during
the session of the Legislature, and weekly during the
remainder of the year, and furnished to subscribers al
the fol.owlng cash rates, wiz
tingle ilbscribers per year gemt•Weekly..sl 50
Ten II 44 U II
Twenty " " " . 1 ..22 00
Magi* subscribers, Weekly 1 00
RAZES OF ADVIMTISING
Aar Four lines or Jess constitute ens half stows.
BI ht Unes or more than four oonatitute saguaro.
Half square, one d.y SO 25
e. one weer.— 1 25
" one mouth .. ......... ............ 2 6 0
P three mont hs . ... 4 00
64 six months s 0 00
" one y, ar 10.00
oBoE:quere, oLe cay..... .......... .... ...... 60,.
oni mak- -2 00
" (Me month 5 00
" three months.— 10 00
els months 15 00
4, one year 20 .00
jar Buldne , s notices Mooned In the,Looal ilium; or
before Marriages and Deaths, RIGHT OINTS PER UNS
for eath Inserticn. .
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Air Marti...gee and Deaths to be chum* as regular
HELMBOLD'S GENUINE PREPARATION
"EIGULY CONCENTRA TED"
coin )übto num EXTRACT =CM,
A Positive and Specific Remedy
For Diseases of the bLADDSU,' KIDNEYS, GRAVEL,
and DROPSICAL SWELLINGS.
This Medicine increases the power of Ingestion, and
excites the ABSORBENTS int , healthy action, by whim"
the WATERY OR CALCAREOUS depositions, and all ITN•
NATURAL ENLARGEMENTS are reduced, as well MP
PAIN AND INTL...NATION and is good for
MEN, WONEE4 OR CHILDREN.
UELJCBOLD'S KXTRACT BUCHU,
Arising How Excesses, Habits of Disidpadon, Earlrk
discretion or abase.
ATTENDED WITH THE FOLLOWING SYMPTOMS :
Indisposition to Bendlon, Lass of Power,
Lass of Memory, Difficulty of Breathing,
Weak Nerves, Trembling,
Horror of Diem, Wakefulness , h.
Dimness el Vision,
Universal L a ssitude of the Muscular System,
Hot Hands, Flushing o f th e Body
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Dryness of the Skin *aptlons on the Face
These symptoms, if allowed to go on, ableh this med
Woo Invariably removes, soon Ibllowe
IMPOTENCY. FATUITY, EPILEPTIC PITS,
IN ONE OP WHICH THE PATIENT MAY harTRE.
Who can say that, they are not Penmen tly hollowed by
those "DIREFUL DISEASES,"
"INSANITY AND CONSUMPTION."
Many are aware of the cause of their sefliteing,
BUT NONE WILL CONFESS.
THE RECORDS OF THE INSANE ASYLUMS,
And the Melancholy Deaths by ainnenptims,
MR AMA Irani:BBTO In TOOTH OF TEM 4111812110111.
THJI CONSTITUTION ONO,s AFTECTBD WITH
ORGANIC WEAK' EM,
Nevares the AM of medicine to strengthen and
Invigorate the System,
OVUM Efsiamom'e EXTRACT BUOHU il.eartably dos
• ClinMOS-MU Malin lIIMEMICLAL.
OLD OR YOUNG, SINGLE, MARRIED, OR CONTEMPLA
-IN MANY ANYECTIONs PECULIAR TO TRILWiN,
the Istria& &tabu Is unequalled by any other remedy,
as in Üblorosis or Retention, Irregularity, Painfulness, or
Report:lMo nor CUstomary livaotiatkum, Ulcerated or
Solrrhons state of the Uterus, Lencorluna Whites, Stern
by ad for all complaints incident to the sex, whether
arising Prom Indiscretion, Habits of Dissipation, or in
!VOLUM OR ORANGE 01 LIDS.
tlli 111111110111111301 , 11
NO FAMILY SHOULD BS WITHOUT IT
ILIILMBOLPS SZIRACT BtIOHO
SEXIBET DIMMED. •
In all their Stages, At little Inane ;
little or no Change in Diet No inconvenience;
dad no Eirlionere.
It CAMS a frequent desire and gives strength to Urinate,
thereby removing ObstamotiOns.
Preventing and Curing Strictures of the Urethra,
Allaying Pain and IMllammation, so frequent In the
class of diseases, and etpelUng aii Thiaaital
andwortrout Natter. '
tammuros twos Tuowarms
Wl7O HAVE BIER fill 170.1111GY Olt Qa4O.IES,
and who have paid awry van to be cured In M. short
time, have found they were deceived, and that the "POI.
PONIP has, by the use of iwnwadwin. afframosurs, P , been
Mud up in the system, to bread out in an aggravated
PNRELAPN AFTER JIABIZZAGE. -
llee Hatioota's Sono Mew for all aim:Sons and
Steno of the
MALE OR PRINALE,
from whatever moose originating end no matter of
ROW LONG STANDING.
Dheasee ot these Oto_nr BMW of Maim
IS THE GREAT DIURETIC,
And Is certain to have the desired effect In all Diseases
FOR WHIOR IT Id RICOMMKNDED.
Boirdpios of ate mad rettabte sad rantoodbis character
aW acoomaticY the medical! '
GIeirTIFIOATRIS OF CURER, •
. /roma a/Wye:wet standing,
Wren Nunes mown To
BOUNCE AND WA
Price $1 00 per bottle, or elx for $5 00.
Deuyered to any address, securely packed from obser
DISCIGBE SYMPTOMS IN ALL COMIUNIGAT/ON&
Ouree Guaranteed I Advice Gratis I
Personalty appeared before me, an alderman of 'tho
city of Phlladelptils, H. P. B. BOLD, wile being drily
morn, doth say, his preparations tanteht no narcotic, no
mercury, or other injurious drugs, but are purely vest.
H. T. lINLMSDID.
Sem and subscribed before me, this 984 day of No
~amenr 1866. ", WY. P. RIBBRRD, Alderman,
• th St. above ce, Ma
Addravantien for Information In confide nc e to .
B. T. KIELKI3OLD . , Chemist,
Depot, lot south Tenth St. bel. Chestnut. Philo,
AND Dpulue u ,
Who endeavor to dia tom
ANTIOURI ON TH2 RaroTaTiozq ATtAINED BY
1/21MbOIHNI Genuine Preparation
a I , Improved Hose Waist.
sold by C. K. Keller, D. W. arose, J. leyethr u a,
.AND ALL DarGHBENAVERYWHARRR.
ASK FOR HILLIKBOLIPS. TAKE NO OTHER,
Cat oat the advertieement and Bend for It,
AND; IND INPOUTION AND EXPOSODS.
11. GEO. W. SPlNE, raduate of the
Jur %minor° cane of Dental Surgery, havingper
menently loomed In the eity of Harrisburg and taken the
Moe formerly ocsupied by Dr. Gorges, on Third street
between Market and Walnut, respectfully informs hie
friends and the pablie In general, that he la p roared to
perform all operations in the Dental professioa either
enrolee ,or mechanical, In a manner that shale not be
terpeseed by operators in this or any other oily. Die
moue of inserting arthicaal teeth In upon the latestim•
proved eolentltic principle .
Teeth, from one to a full set, mounted on line Gold,
Giver, Mtn% plates or the vule a uge Base.
I lake met, Omura to recommending the above gen-
Oman to all my former friends or Barrtabing and vi
cinity, and feel oonUdeat that he will peribratial opera..
'one ht a mienMio manner, tram my howled/I at hit
OA% Das J.ll. GORGAm. D. P 41.
HAB discoyered the most certain ; speedy
and effetotialtemady In the world for
DISEASES OF IMPRUDENCE.
IN tax To Twiamr. Bova&
No Mercury or Toitiotui Dnera.
A Cure Warranted, or mo Charge, in from one
to Two Dayi:
Weakness of the Back or,Limbs, Strictures, .kliestions
of the kidneys and Bladder, Involuntary discharges, Im
potency, General Lability, Nerrousuess, Dyspepsy, lan
guor, Low Spirits Conftudon or -Ideas, Palpitatienof the
Heart. IlmidAty, Trembiloge, Dimness of night or Giddi
ness, Di slim of the Head, Tiareat;Nose or' Oho
tions of . the Liver, Lungs, Stoma* or 'Boweli—those ter
rible disorder/ arising from theSolitio7 Habits of'Youth
—those Men and waiter, pract.cas more fatal to their
victimithen the song of :yrene to the Mariners of Wye.
mea,.blighbartheir most brillieht hopes or anticipations,
rendering nsarriitge, aa, impatsible.
Young Men' .
_who have become the ;victims of Solitary
Vice, that dreidful and, destructive habit Vrhio annual
ly sore* an undenely grave thonrands of Young
Men of the most exalted' talents and brilliant intelle c t,
who might, otherwise have entranced listening Senates
witlithejlimidera of eloquence or waked to weepy -the
living. lyre, may call wish full confidence. •
• .; •
/denied Persons, or .iroung'iden• contemplating Mar
ring., being aware of &Algal Weakness, organic deblll-
ty, deformities, SM., speedily mired.
He who places himself under the care of Dr. J. may
religlouily confide in his honor aa a gentleman, and con
fidently, rely upon bis skill as e Physicists. ,
immediately Cured, and full vigor Restored.
Thin distressing Alliction—•which renders life misera
ble and marriage Impossible—is the penalty pact by the
victims of improper indulgences. 1 oung perilous are too
apt to commit excesses teem not being 'aware of the
dreadful sinseqt enOes that may endue. New, who thitt
understands the subject wilt pretend to deny that the pow ,
er of procreation is lost sooner oy those falling into ire
proper habits than by the prudent Besides being de.
prived the pleasures of healthy ofilepring,• the most se
rious and destructive symptoms to both body, find; mind
arise. The system becomes deranged, the Physical arid
Mental Functions Weakened, Loss of Procreative Power,
Minions Imtlibility, Dyspepsia, Palpitation of the Heart,
Indigestkin, Oonstitutlen.,l Debility, a Wasting of the
Frame, Clough, Oonsumption, Decay and Death.
Cffite, No. 7 South Frederick Street.
Left band side going from Baltimore Street, a few door.
tram the (tomer. Fail not to observe iipme and number.
Letters must be paid and contain a lamp. The' Doc.
tor's Diplomas hang to his aloe.
ACure Warranted in Two Daps
No Mercury or traumas
Member of Royal College of nitrations, London, Grad
late from one of die most makentOolleges In the United
States, sad the grader pert , ofWboss Igo hu been spent
In the hospitals oCLoudon, Paris, Plpladelptds add 'else,-
whore, has enhatwi some or the most astonishing .itires
that were ever lcupem ; ninny troubled With ringing in
the heed and ears when asleep, great nervousness, being
alarmed at sudden sounds, flashtolninw, with frequent
blushing, attended' sometimes with ctirangenuint of mind
'take. Particular Notice.
Dr. J. addresses all moose who have injured themselvel
by improper indulge% vs and zehlary, habits, which rain
both body sag mind, unfitting thenifbr miner nuruntresi
study, lbeet•Al, eir
These are somirofeheveadand•melancholly °filmic' pro.
duesd by early habits of youth, viz: Weakness of the
Beek and Limbs, Pains in the Head, Dimness .f Sight,
Loss of Doecular Power, Palpitation of the heart, Dys
Nervous ratlblity, Derangement of theDigeative
Funesiene, General Debility, Symptoms of Consumption,
i Srutsr.—The fearitil effects on the mind are mach
to be dreaded—Loss of Memory, Contusion of Ideu , De.
preside.* of Spilka, hvil Forbodings, Avers on to haciety,
Self Distrust, Love of Solitude , go., are some of
the evils produce:L-
T=OMM of persons of all ages can now judge what
the cause of their declining health, losing their vigor,
becoming :weak, pal nervous and emaciated, having a'
singular appearance aeons the eyes, cough and symptoms
Toung Kea •
Who have Injured themselves by a certain practice in
dulged In when alone, a habit frequently, learned from
evil companions, or at school, the effects of Which are
nightly felt, even when asleep, and if not cured renders
marriage impossibllaz y l destroys both , mind and body,
should apply imM !
What a pity that &young man, the hope of his coun
try, the darling of his parents, should be snitched trom
all prospects andenjoyments of lifb ,
,by the consequence
of deviating from the path of mature and indulging in a
certain merit habit. Such persons hum, betore contem
redact thata mind mind sad bodY are the most newts
atu7 requisites to promote connubial happiness. Indeed,
without these, the journey through life becomes a weary
pilgrimage ; the prospect hourly darkens to the view ;
the mind becomes shadowed 'with despair and Ailed wit h .
the mehusehaily red , orlon that the happiness of another
becomes blighted with our own.
Disease of Imprudence.
When the mbigulded and imprudent votary of pleasure
Ends that he bas imbibed the seeds of this- painful dis
ease, It too often hapens that an tll-11med sense of shame
or oxinkd et discovery, deters him from applying to those
who, from e Mitten and reemotability, can alone be
friend him, delviegtill the oonetinnioind ',napalms on
this burr d disease make their- appearance, such as al'
aerated sore throat, diseased. 100111ee.~. nocturnal , pains in
the head and limbs, dimness a slabs, deafness, nodes on
the shin.bones and acme, blotehes• on the friad, face and
extremities, progressing with - Militia( rapidity, till at
last the palate of the moth or the tonere the nose-fah
in, and the victim of thM awfM disease become a horrid
object of commiseration, MI death puts a period to his
dreadful sufferings, by sending him to " that Urcilscov
vered Country from whence no traveler returns."
It is a IssiaaskaY AS that thousands AM Ochres to
this terrible disease, owing to the unsicilfaliness of igno
rant pretenders, who by the mint that Deadly Paisoa,
ifirrairy, rain Mc constitutioa and maker the reside° o
Me miserable. • _ . .
Trust not your lives, or health, to the oars of the many
Unlearned and Worthless 'Pretenders, destitute of know
ledge, name or charseler, who copy Dr. Johnson's silver.
vertisements, or style themselves in the newspapers,
melody nducated Physicians incapable ot Curing, they
Heap you trilling month after moats taking - their filthy
and poky:mum as compounds, or as images:the smallest
Re can be übtained, and In despair, leave you with ruin
ed health to sigh over your galling disappointment.
Dr. Johnson is the only Physician advertising.
His credential or diplomas always hangs in his office.
His remedies or treatment are unknown to all others,
prepared irom a life spent in the gr eat hoepitals of Ed
rope, the first in the country and a more extensive Pri
vate Practice than any other Physician in the world. •
Indorsement of the Press.
The many thousands cured at Ullll institution year at.'
ter year, and the numerous important Surgical Opera
liens performed by Dr. Johnson; witneessed by the re
petters of the "Sun? “Clipper,” and many other pa•
pers, notices of which have appeared again and again
before the WM°, besides his standing as a gentleman of
character. and responsibility, is a sniliclent .guarrantee
• Skin )liseases Speedily Cured. . • •
Panama writiitsbould be oracular In directing their
letters to his Indianian In the following mariner :
aoHN M. JOHNSON, M. D.
Of the Baltimore leek Hospital, Baltimore, ltd
SALAD OIL. •
''fie supply of fresh Salad Oil, in
ja. lam and moan banes, and at diderent brands
rut received and for sale by
WM. DOCK-, Jn & CO.
IRE CRACKERS by the oheet orrboxi
£ jut esablvldifid &or male by
. • NICHOLS& Dolma: `••
)014a4 amt. Front and Market streets. .
tsUM older vinegar, warranted, for axle tow by • NICIMS , b - HOWbitb,
- ' :' '#.; `• neeasemseas mod Mirka sited
HARRISBURG, PA., THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 7, 1862.
YdNIIPACTIIIIZa OP •
BOOS-BINDERS' RULING-3111IINES AND PENS,
SAWING MACHINES, PRESS BOARDS,
AND MACHINES FOR
GRINDING CUTTING-MACHINE KNIVES.
Portable Cider Mills and Fodder Cutters,
General Machine - Work and Iron and Brass
WOOD TURNINOIN ALL IFB BRANORNS,
SCROLL SAWING, PLANING, EM, ETC.,
or Any Machine- of Wood, Iron' or Braes
Wade to order. Gear and Screw Cutting, Ste.
PATENT WOODEN SCREW CUTTING TOOLS
arr. Cash paid fOr Old Copper, Broie, Spotter, &e.
STEAM BOILERS, &O.
ABOVE STATE STREET
OIiCLIAR WINDOW G-RATES,
Of various patterns, both)staticiaary and saffiiin?. Fash
Wallkill, and various other building (walkup, for ale
very cheap at Qin [my24.ly] E Qt.e. WORKS.;
BOOKS FOR FARMERS,
•HE attention of agriculturists is directed
j_ to the following - works, which will enable
them to increa se the quantity and value of
their crops by adding science and the experi
ments of others to their experience :
STEPHEN'S BOOK OF THE FARM, de
tailing all the labors of husbandry and
• the hest way toperfonn them. Priee....B JO
COLEMAN'S AGRICULTURE, and Real
, Economy 4 00
LANDSCAPE GARDMING, by A11en....1 . 00
THE FARMER'S COMPANION, by Buel 76
LECTURES ON PRACTICAL AGRICUL
TURE, by Johnston' " r5O
THE ABS FAICAN FARMER'S new and uni
versal handbook, with 400 engravings.. 2 50
AN EASY MEPHOD OF MANAGING
BESS, by Weeks 20
rhe Nature.and Treatment of Diseases of
Cattle by Dadd ' 100
LEIBIG'S AGRICULruBAL CHEMISTRY 76
ALILCH COWS AND DAIRY FARMING,
and the production of milk,,
cheese, by Flint 1 60
GRASSES AND FORAGE PLANTS, by
SAXTON'S HAND-BOOK, containing the 1.60
Horse, the cow, the pig; Cowls, &0., &c.. 1 00
THE FARMER'S DICTIONARY and Prao
tical Farmer, by Dr. Gardner 1 60
ALLEN'S DOMESTIC ANIMALS 76
THE FIELD BOOK OF MANURES, or
American Muck Book 1 25
THE HORSE AND HIS DISEASES, by
.— .Tennings ----- eq
YOUATT ON THE HORSE
HIND'S FARRIERY and STUD 800K....1 00
HORSESIANSHIP and the Breaking and
Training of Horses 75
Standard Books, School Books, and every
thing In the stationery line, at lowest prices, at
BERGNER'S CHEAP BOOK SCORE.
NICHOLS & ,BOWMA.N,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Corner Front and Market Stoats,
1110:ESPECTFULLY invite the attention of
tke public; to their largo had well selected stock of
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FOREIGN AND DO
Including among others,
LEMONS, - W., &O.
We invite an examination of our superior
NON EXPLOSIVE COAL. OIL,
The best in' the market in every respect, to
gather With all kinds of
LAMPS, SHADES, BURNERS, WICKS and
GLASS CONES, "
Cheaper than any place in liarrielnery. .We keep
on nand always all kinds of
CEDAR AND 'WILLOW WARE
All styles and kinds of
OTEENSIATAILE AND GLASSWARE,
at the old stand, NICHOLS & BOWMAN,
my2o Corner Front and eiarset Ste.
EICLINTOCWS PBCTOBAL BYRN. ;
9318 INVALUABLE SYRUP, way:mle
JL entirely vegetable in its composition,.has
been employed with wonderiul success_fo
many. years in the cure of diseases for the Al li
PASSAGES andLITNGS. For anylomi Of, the
disease such as cODGH, TICKLING of the
THROAT, SPITTING OF BLOOD, DIFFI
CULT BREATHING, HOARSENESS, LOSS OF'
- VOICE, and ELEOLIC FEVERS, its use will
be attended with the happiest results. It is
one of the best and safest medicines for all
forms of BRONCHI LIS -and CONSUMPTION.
/Vo /audnam or preparatims of Opium in any . Ave
in this syrup. • -
- PRICE $lOO - PER BOTTLE. • •'•
For sale at BERGNER'S CHEAP =L
S 121 AR I
.9 BBT A S: Sugar` ftefiniid and Riw,)
oialt grades and dad, Just received and
wild be dat the lowest market prices. '
je'2o :II..ICK, JR., & CO.
r ig general variety of goods for ad
I:letb Fin! d 4 ititilei: l 4 P ls tia ll ar E pLed
. 91 atariraviareat
Ooooa.and , Elweet Chocolate,
.43.14 A 4
HARRISBURG CITY GUARD.-All the Recruits
are desired at their head quarters, at the Mar
ket House, at 8 o'clock this morning, ready
for ismection. A roll Is nearly full andaCapt.
Ball is desirous of having the men sworn in
Tam Pm3tIOTIO CLUB, to be commanded by
Capt. John F. Uhrich, is rapidly filling up. A
few more men are wanted to have the company
mustered into service. Any person desiring to
enlist under a brave - and aaxakpliihed officer
will do well by going with him. He is deter-
Mad; and will have his company mustered into
service with the full quota of men before the
10th inst., having now ninety-four men en
From Gen. M'Clellan's Army
THE OFFENSIVE :AGAIN ASSUMED.
4eoonnoisanoe to within Ten Miles
ANOTHER EIGHT Al MALVERN HILL
TELE REBELS ROUTED.
Our• Troops Occupy the Enemy's
150 PRISONERS CAPTURED.
hi'Clellan at the Beene of Action.
HIADQUILIMiItiI, ARAM ON TSD POTONAO,
The army of the Potomac bas again assumed
the offensive: The recountiisance made yester
day, Under Gen. Hooker to Malvern Rill,
White Oak Swamp Bridge, and in the direction
of New Market and Richmond, was in every
respect a complete success.
The troops , left• camp on Monday evening,
abeut'dark, arriving-at Malvern Bill yesterday.
morning at four o'clock, having traveled tau
miles during the night. Here they encoun
tered t Careltirtientli inhinizy and a battery
01.1.44 s W.AC .
Mindy opened open an by Veit. Benson's
battery and a section of Capt. Robinson's.
The iutantry were not engaged. Tee &tug
nirsed ior about three, homer, when the rebels
ingloriously fled by the river, towards Rich
mond, hotly pursued by our troops, Wilo suc
cetd6d in taking one hundred prisoners. Our
!ma was small.
Col. Aviaill's cavalry pursued and engaged
the 10th Virginia cavalry and whipped thew.
Geu. Pleasanton also pursued tuem, taking
about'Bo prisoners. lin was within a stunt
distance tram New Market, which is ten (10)
wiles from itiohmond.
Oar troops went into camp on Mtdvern Hill.
Gen. McOlellan whO went to the scene of ac
don early' Yesterday morning, ` has not re
General Pleasanton with a force of cav
alry took the New Market road on a portion of
UM rebels were retreating. He followed them
to within a abort distance of New Markekwneu
meeting two brigades of rebels. lie fell base,
bringing over thirty prisoners taken on tile
way.' Tliretil thousand of our prisoners will ar
rive to-day from ErChniond in exchange for a
similar number sent up on Monday. Every
thing is quiet on ilte opposite side of the river.
.FR 0-11 NEW YORK.
HER QUOTA TO BB FILLED WITHOUT A DRAFT
Gem Arthur has returned from Albany, where
he has been oonsulting Gov. Morgan, and hat
now gone to Washington. From the reports
received to-day s the military authorities are
confident that no drafting will be necessary to
the quota ot 8014000 volunteers required by
the 1 &h ot August.
Admiral Goldsborough and Fleet Cape. Case
have asked to be relieved of their present com
mand. It is rumored that Goldeborough will
be _relieved: and Gam. Wilkes take his place,
while Com. Porter of the Mortar flotilla will
be flag officer of the, naval attacking forces
MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH.
leetton quiet steady, 450 bales rold at 47 (4
8:t Flour - quiet; 12,600 bbls. sold. Wne,at
liertiry ; 210,000.buSh. sold. Corn unchanged ;
146,000 bush. sold. Provisions' firm. Whhiry
dull: - Sugar firm at Si 11. .Molasses
changed.' Naval Stared quiet. Freight dull
and depressing. Stocks higher and active.
; 'VANILLA 13.FIAN8.
\ATE are offering for sale a splendid
y quality or Vanilla Been at low prices, by the
pound, ounce or singly
CAROM BLACKW.E6L'6 Celebrated.
NJ PICKLES., SAUCES, pazsEays9, apa„ as A large
.upply or the above, embracing -every variety, mat re
elvetkemtzlorsale by . [ .lo ] WY. [NNE, Jr., &Co
flUß•newly replenished stock of Toilet
ilj. and Iranny•Goodeli enearpannid tkde Ong; and
r eeling confident of rendering eatielaotioni we woad res
pectfully invite a Cali , .KRLLER,
91 Manioc street, two &encase* of:fourth street, sontb
ICUTtIi), FAMILVFLOUR, .a choice lot
1. 1j of Milts Family Flour all. warm, Itod.by bbl., or
1a0k,4921, re*** ;go low Ili
• ^ NICHOLS ROWAN, ,
V eal Corner nod an 4 Marko& strootr:
Nuiv Yosa, Aug. 6
CHANGES IN THE NAVY.
Moor Yos];, Aug. 6
Nsw Your., August 6
pILLER'S DRUG STORM..
91 Markel 'area.
Penneylvania'a Sick and Wounded
Report of 'Platting Commitoloners.
.71) Andrew G. Curtin, Governor:
Six: —We beg leave to report that immedi
ately on the receipt of your commission, we
hastened to Washington to obtain a permit to
visit the camp hospitals'on the James River, ee
also those at and around Fortress Monroe. We
could not obtain the first, but were granted the
latter. We visited the Hygiene, Fortress Mon
oe, Middle Creek, Chesapeake, Portsmouth and
Newport Nnws Hospitals. In these were many
Pennsylvanians; wounded, sick and Weary.—
But, almost without exception, cheerful and
grateful Jor -the care and attention.d& had
ueen paid to their waute. It wad an incident
in.our visit, a hundred times repeated, which
made us leel proud of our State, to hear- o
soldiers when informed of the object of our call
ing on Them, exclaim, "How careful our Gover
nor is of us." And those from othei States would
say, "Pennsylvania knows how to take care of
her sick and wounded."
I We found at the Hospitals, all of them, that
the beds were clean and comfortable, their ven
tilation good, diiinfecting agents in the rooms,
and from the kindness of distant bat humane
fellow citisms, in all bat one of them, a great
variety of delicacies suitable to the sick palate.
The 'patients in all of the Hospitals, with this
one exception, were unanimous in expressing
their satisfaction at the food and treatment they
received. At the Portsmouth Hospital very
universal complaint was made of their diet`
whilst they spoke in praise of all other atten
tions. We felt'lt our duty to speak to the bur
geon on the subject, and received in reply, that
he gave them just what the Government fur
nished for their use. Portsmouth Hospital, it
is true, is cut Off iron) near Union sympthits
by the fact of its being located in a hot bed of
secessionism. It would therefore be well to di
rect the attention of the generous men and
women throughout the land to supply its lar
der with those delicacies so grateinl to a sick
We found a number of the soldiers to whom
was due a considerable amount of.back pay, but
which they were enable to obtain not having
een furnished with their descriptive lists. To
have these furnished to them they begged us to
draw your attention. There also seemed to us
to be a number <A the men, whom wounds and
broken down constitutiuns render it advisable'
they should be discharged and returned to their
Whilst at Newport News we had an opportu
nity of witnessing a regimental review of the
troops at that place. Among them were seve
ral regiments from our own State, whose disci
pline and manoeuvring compared well with
all others in the field. The men, with whci
we afterwards met and conversed, were cheer:
fill and contented ; lroking healthy and robust, ,
altht ugn many of them just (row a far south-.
ern climate. And all auxiona to meet the
enemies) of their connuy.
Two accompanying list will furnish you With
the names. etc, of the sick andlitous+d from
411. , &elit." wO- - vis4ed•
Wit. M. FRANCIS,
List of Sisk and Wounded .. in Syyiene Ropital at
B. I. Fitcher, „co. F, Capt. D. Bradley, 6th
Reserves ; syphiliil , nearly restored.
James A. harms, co. C, Capt. Gurtin, 12th
regiment; intermittent fever, recovering.
D. I. Mcieeney, co. I), Capt. L M. Mcsk,
regiment ; general debility, slowly gaining
Franklin L. Bentner, Co.. E., 88d regiment;
typhoid fever, low but recovering.
Lieut. J. Marquia, co. G, Capt. J. P. -Smith,
10th regiment; recovering, able to be about.
John McGill, co. F., Capt. G. B. Shever, 98d
regiment ; sculvy, recovering.
John C. Millhouse, 81st regiment, band ; de
Archibald Brumley, co. G, Capt. D. S. Knox,
88d regiment; typhoid fe'ver, recovering rapidly.
Rdwin M. Ebur co. A, Lieut. Rnibrlck, com
manding, 98d regiment ; debility from fatigue
and exposure, nearly well.
Autism Boarpiess, co. H, Capt. Joseph Ram
sey, 98d regiment; scurvy and sun stroke,
Maxwell Goodricb, 00. H, Capt. Ramsey, 93d
regiment; scurvy, disease broken but very
Joel H. Hallowell, co. D, , 6th Penn'a„caval
ty, 28d ward, Philadelphia; rheumatism, not
James S. Baird, band, Norristown, 58d
regiment; rupture, not improSing.
Thomas Bechtold, Lebanon, co. 0, Capt.
Murray, 98d regiment; compouud facture of
knee by bullet and also shot in right shoulder,
doing well. ,
Joseph Flower, co. E, Pittsburg, let regi
ment dickies' brigade ; inflammatory rheuma
Geo. Lonenberger, Quakertown, Backs co.,
co. H, 8d Reserves; flesh gunshot wound in
W. H. Rinehart, Pottstown, co. I, 6th Re
serves; diarrhoea, disease not checked.
John Arnold, co. K; Capt. Ackley, 11th
regiment, residence Abbington, Luzern co.;
Thos. Hibbard, Delaware county, co. D, 6th
Penn's cavalry, Capt. Lewis ; typhoid fever,
John Bodge's, Wrightsville, co. I, 28d regi
went; gastrick fever,.no marked' change for
lilanissah Kline, Allentown, co. G, Ist Pa. ar
tillery; bruised by being thrown from caisson
at Gaines' Mills, still suffering severely.
Wm. H. Adams, co. F, Bth Pa. cavalry, Capt.
Curry ; typhoid fever, improving.
FT/Isaac IJrich, Meyerstown, co. A, 98 regiment ;
cold and rheumatism, going about.
' Richard T. Pare, Pittsburg, co. G, 82 regi
ment ; mild and cramp in stomach, improving.
James Boyles, Lebanon, co. A, 98 regiment ;
rheumatism and cold; getting better.
Joseph James, co. K, 4ih regiment, Chester
county;; liver complaint, getting well.
John Bead, co. E, 9 reserve regiment, Tem
perancevill e, Allegheny county ; liver complaint,
.1672 Creek Ifospqad
Jobn J. McDonald, co. B, 71 regiment, Phi
ladelphia, Capt. Robert Hicks; burnt in legs by
falling into burning stores at Fair Oaks, recov
J. F. Gallagher, Heckscherville, Schuylkill
county, co. L, 8 Penn'a cavalry, Capt. W hit,;
compound fracture of ankle improthig r
Corporal John A. -Blair, Carib)* co. EL IPa.
reaerve rvgirnein; shot Ite thigh. doing well:
Bobs H. Bella, Pittaborg, co. 0 4,9dr,ntaaroa,;
• • wound bi leg, 414
PRICE ONE CENT.
Michael Deer, Canada, co. B, 67 regiment;
shot in thigh, wound rapidly healing.
A. H. Perry, Tiogo, Tioge county, band of
11th Pa. Cavalry; billiona fever, improving.
Juhn B. Bowman, Clarion county, co. A, 108
regiment; wounded above knee, improving.
Joseph Pay, Lebanon, co. C, 7th Reserves;
camp lever ' recovering.
Francis Graham, co. E, Pittsburg, Bth Re
serves ; wounded in nose and groin, going
Ferdinand Moke, PhUndelphi i 00. L, 72d
regiment; diarrhom and rheum:Um, disease
Wm. H. Culp, Shippensburg, co. A, 7th re
giment; typhoid and wounded slightly in arm
Moses Hewett, Old Chester, co. F. 96th regi
ment; fever, disease abated, but weak.
Wm. Crowell, co. F, 95th regiment; beart
James Foley, co. B, 72d regiment ; staked,
operated on but not Improving.
John Hughes, Ptilladeli.hia, co. B,
went.; gunshot wound in hand, improiing.
Wm. Adams, Philadelphia. co. I, 6th Pa. my
airy; ankle bruised by falling of a horse.
Wm. Haynes, Philadelphia, co. if, 72d regi
ment; flesh wound in arm, doing well. '
Hiram Miller, Putladelphia, co. H, 9th Pa.
cavala, Capt. Savage ; typhoid fever, recover
Wm: Bair, Allegheny city, teleiemph corpia;
typhoid fever, improving.
Thomas D. imu, Reading, co. D, id regiment;
typhoid fever, nearly wed. .
Isaac N. Trollioger, Rural Valley, Armstro
county, co. D, 102 d regiment ; rheumatism, re
Patrick Lapettit, Philadelphia, co. I, Ist Now
Jersey; weakness of bowels, cOnvaleeceot.
Christian Grose, Philadelphia, co. IL, 6th
Pa. cavalry ; billions fever, recovering.
haw Minch, Lycoming county, co. IL, 6th
Pa. cavalry , billions fever, nearly well.
Joseph-Leppart, Milton, co. id, fith Reserves;
gunshot wound in band, recovering.
David Hawk, Lewisburg, co. H, 6th Begonia;
gunshot wound in hand, nearly well.
Alexander Maly, Ligonier, Weetmoreland
county, co. 11., 6th Reserve; flesh wound l
arm, doing well.
John C. Grey, Pittaburg, co. B. 8 h regiment;
gunshot wound in breast. nearly welL
Patrick Carr, Mineraville, co. F, 42 regiment,
Capt. ?Value, fever, recovetiug, walking about.
Michael Devanney, Johnstuwo, mi. Q, 6th
Reserves, Capt. Bronekbank ; lever, nearly
John Sale, Philadelphia, c0.r,8 di Pa. caviar/.
Capt. Curry; typhoid, recovering.
James Heckard, Liverpool, co. B, 7th BO
:terra, Capt. Jameson; debility, almuet well.
J. E. ()owing, Philadelphia, 00. K. Oth Pa;
Oapt. Wickersham ; lever and deolliity,
William Heed, Philadelphia, co. 13, YUh PS,.
cavalr, ; bruised and debility, still weak SUN
& Charles O'Malley, Philadelphia, co. 1,, Ist , PIN
artillery ; phoirLand gunshot wuu4
stutulder, nearly well•-• • •
Thomas Davie, Pittsburg,`co. -11, 62*TV;
mePtr 04 0. HAM ; intermittent :fever, maw
ering, nearly well.
John H. Mill, DIMCSIIIIOI2, CO. __ B , 1$
Reserves, Capt. Wistar ; piles and diarrhoea,
improving ant gding about.
Frederick Perry, Durum:mom co. B, LAM*
fever, nearly well.
Lot M. Anderson, 00. B. itaramersburg,
ion county, Capt. Thos. Kerr, 621 regiment p
wounded in breast and through arm, getting
°barks Butler, Tioga county, Capt. Calking,
co. D, 67th regimes t ;ighot In left hand, neatly
W. Blair, Philadelphia, co. I, 28d regiment;
wounded In back, badly hurt.
E. Briggs, Philadelphia, co. B, 728 reglmenk,
Capt. Idagonnegal ; rheumatiern, soon to
Corporal H. F. Boyer Fredericksburg, Lobo;
non county, co. A, 78d regiment ; chorea, saot
L. Barret, Baston,Clarion oonnty,Bai/d, 1034
regiment ; duktrimea and weaknese, nOt Lea
Jeremiah H.Boon, Beading, oo.D, id reserve.
regiment ; shot wound below underlip, getitag,
E. G. Balch, Concord, co. 0, 8&L regiment ;
wounded in nose, and back is deed by sheik,
Georgeßeeitn, Rochester, Beaver county, on.
F, 10th regiment ; wounded in right leg, Im
proving very slowly.
Geo. L. &soh, Meadville. co. I, Capt. Ayer,
, 10th regiment; shot through neck, hailing end
D. F. Broadhead, Kittaning, co. A, Captain
Heury, lilth regiment ; wounded .in hip, ball
went out above knee, healing up.
M. Carroll, co. D, Hawn Deposit, Dauphin
county, Capt. J. Mark, 98rd regiment ; ford,
Campbell, Philadelphia, co. 0, 28th regi
ment RetlerVell ; deb lity, improving.
Sergeant I. B. Compton, Meadville, co. B',
88d regiment.; wounded in hip, healing, now
,has diarrhea; commanded company in battle
of Malvern Hills, hie Captain being wounded
and other officers absent.
Lieutenant D. Keller, Berks county, op. X
98d regiment, Captain Dougherty ; typhuid fa
ver, improving slowly.
William Donnelly, Carlisle, co. 11, let Bow
serve, Capt. Divin ; shot in hip, wound heal-,
Anthony A. Duke, co. I), Bth Penna. ciiitalry,.
Capt. Wietar shot in right loot, improving
C. C. Davis, co. B, 10th regiment % Capt. M'-
Connel, rasidence West Midulehez, Mercer oo.;
flesh wound in leg, healing.
Frank Stewart, Philadelphia, co. H, 71st
regiment, Capt. Garrich Mallery ; rheumatism,
Frederick Mettetal, Philadelphia, co. F, Capt.
Thomas, , 26th regiment ; fever, dimiee abated,
but very weak.
Jacob Ill'llheury, Philaderphia, co. G, Capt.
Mamweil, 28d regiment; vrealmeas in limbs,
Lieutenant Wm. H. Irwin, Allegheny city,
co. G, /08d regiment; dysentery, fulpioving.
Lase thertzer, Union Deposit, Capt. Jobs
&talk, co. D, pSa regiment; fever and rheum*.
Thorns II 0. Boot, Meadville, Capt. Ayr, eo.
10th regiment; Wanton of tkin 66:beryl, mil
H. Williams, Luiprne county, Co. It 62d
reeiment, Capt. William Lecher; biiJiuW
silo A. Emery, Pin. grove, Mercer cotuttli
CaPt.'MaZwell, eo. F, 67 regiment ievw .a"b
broken-down with fatigue, slowly impsolF ll )2.
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