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TEACHER OF MUSIC.
OFFICE AT WARD'S IiUSIC gtORE,
12 /V Third Street.
Residence: Third street, above North. '
MELODEONS AND CABINET ORGAISS.
TWENTY-SIX FIRST I'REEEMtSi-
TwELVE SILVER MEDALS,
ONLY GOLD MEDAL (ever won by instruments of this
class)-bas been awarded MT.
MASON & HAMLIN'S INSTRUMENTS,'
A fan assortment of these instruments always on hand
W. ICNOCRE'S t Sole Agent,
98 Market street.
j o4 '2 isclyj
HENRY C. ORT H
firIEACIIER OF THE PIANO, MELODEON .
1 AND TlOLl.N.—Terrns reasonable 15 Third street,
between Market and Cheatnut streets. ja4-3ni
. . .
rioNprxruz DIS'aiVERY AND, WONDERFUL
DR. J. M. CREAMER would respectfully
inform the public in general and the diseased in
ttarticular, that he has opened an office in South 'Segel
street, below Chestnut. Harrisburg, Pa., where:he 'w
treat all diseases entrusted to his care;iu accordatidowlt
the system discovered and taught by Prof. C. 'Bolles, or
Pliii nielphia. with whose institution lie Lae been eon
ueCtud. ak.l to whom he takes pleaStirt referring the
public for information with respect to his success in con
trolling di: ease.
S.‘ drugging the system with uncertainmedical agents.
.tfi eon:a - , performed by Magnetism, Galvanism and other
modifications of Electricity, without shocks.or any on
pleasant sensations. After an Electrical Diagnosis, a
guarantee will be given, if desired by.Lhe patient. For
;Airther information call and get a pamphlet AIM con
tains hundreds of - certificates from medical men and oth
ers proving the superiority or this system of practice
over all others. Consultation free. Office hours4lo T 2
A. le p i to .5 and 7 to 9 1.. IL
DR: J. MILTON CiiEAkEI;
DR. J. BITE'S
FELLOW WATER POWDER
TIIIRING a practice of many years in. tla
community, 'DR HITE has satisfied himself thatihls
Powder is vastly superior to any other article to use
FOR THE CURE OF
YELLOW NITATE4, ••_,
And is of- great service to Horses that have ost their
Also, that it will prevent •
GLANDERS, COLIC AND THE pap,
When faithfully used two or three time. e - week—invigei•
rating and fattening. •
For improving the condition of a Horse, he assertsthere
is no better medicine, as it Will strengthen the ;stomach.
and assist digestion, cleanse the intestines of offensive
matter, and regulate the bowels when costive, putty the
blood and promote digestion—thus the skin is kept loose,
the pores are opened - and a lean, scabby Horse becomes
fat and comely.
The Powder can be used for Cattle, Sheep and Hogs with
Dipctions with package.
PREPARED °SLY ASD SOLD AT
KELLER'S DRUG GUAR,
No. 91 Market street, Harrisburg.
NW ORNERY AND PROVISION , STORE.;
FOYER & KOERPER,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DEALER 4 DY
Queen's anti Glass Ware,
AND ALL KINDS OF
AVE just opened a large ai L d'well selected
stock of goods at their stand, No. 3 Market Square,
Harrisburg, Pa., to which they invite the attention of the
TECEEtD STREET, NEAR WALNUT,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER LNT
CONFECTIONERY, FRUITS,' • &C,
Hominy and Beast,
Cakes and Crackers,
Sweet and Irish Potatoes,
Green and Dried Fruits,
And Country Produce In
t ruJulte Paste,
Marsh Mallon - Gum Drops,
Cream Chocolate Drops,
Plain Candies, he., &e.
Oranges and Lemons,
Teas and Spices, all kinds,
Fresh and Salt Fish in sea-
Vegetables in soups,
WINES AND LIQUORS.
LAUMAN, BALLADE CO.,
NO. 123 SOUTH .57217171.5TRET,
Burr CHh9I2GT AND 'WALNUT, .•
0 . M . LAE - KAN, 4 1. 11. RAT LATIE, J. D. BITING.
A LIEGE 'INVOICE OF NEW
PRUNES • . .
WIT. DOCK, JR.,- & CO.
Just received at
'EL., - q tree resembles the Sugar Maple very
_l_ closely in form and foliage, but bears transplanting
better and grows moresapidly. For sale at Keystone Nur
sery ffeb24-dlwl JACOB TIME.
0" BOOKS, G AMES,—A. Large as-
sonment of Toy Books, Games, !Lc., just received at
SOSIEFFER'S BOOKSTORE, Ibrristurrg.
NEW BOOKS.--.TILE SHOULDER
JuIATS OF SRI). DY L,
APPLES. -200 Ittrrels of New York State.
Apples, of a choice variety, just receivekaild sold,
low, in any quawities, to suit purchasers, at theliaew
grocery of [de4J BOYER &ICOERM
1011ICKLES! PICKLES! !—By the 'Benet,
.1. Es.lf Barrel, Jar or )z en , at
n 0213 DOCK, JR, & CO.
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and etrectiot retiximiii,aLe , World for
NO MNROIJRYAOR NOXIOUS DRUGS.
A Oint Warrcptiiii; b No Vtaihge, iit jiecon die
Weakness of the Back, Affections of the kidneys and
Bladder, Involuntary Discharges, Impoteny,thmeral De
bility, Nervousness, knyviipsia, 'Languor , , Lb*" Spirits,
Confusion of Idea.% Palpitation of the Heart, Timidity,
Tremblings, Dimness of Sight or Giddiness, Disease,: of the
Head, Throat, Nose or 'Skin, XffeCtions of the Liver,
Lungs, : Stomach or Bowels—those terrible disorders
arising from the Solitary Habits of Youth—those secret
and solitary practices - more fatal to their victims than the
song of Syrens to the ',darligs of, Dlysses,,blighting their
mostihrillianthippes or intiCipaticis,'ierideiing marriage,
impossible. - • '
Especially, who have become the'victlins of Solitary Vice,
that dreadful ad destructive habit winch annually eweepe
to an untimely ,grave, thousands .•of /Yang igen of the'
most exalted laletits and Inilllant 'lntellect,. who might
otherwlsehave entranced listening Senates With the :thou;
dere oCeloquence or waked to ems, the living lyre, may
call with full confidence.
Married persons, or Young Men contemplating - marriage,
being aware at physical Weakness, organic dehililty, defer
speedily cured. 2 • •
He who places himself under the care of Dr. J. may re-
Dgformlypordidelnltia:l4Mr a;s 'ge4l.einen, and coral
dentlk relyiitimi his skill ns a Phislcian.
ImmedintelY cured, -and &LI =vigor .rustored
This dlsnosndagageethm.--ystdottimadem libs raise' tablet.;
and ntarrtage'fiztplisilblis:-- - fe r ule pt.:lll;3l*d by the . .
tit* of improper indulgence. Young-persons are too' apt
toeornmitex. trout not: being aware of • the dreidpal
conseqdei that Mar:endue: gow, who that and
stands the .object will-pretend to deny-that the power of
procreation is lost sootier, by those falling. into improper
babitii . tlian,bY,tbe prudent Besides being deprived the
pleafairca Of healthy oftapring, the most serious and de
structive, - syntiAomti to both body and mind . arise.
The system becomes deranged, the physical and' mental
functions Weikined, loss of procreative . power, nerrtius
irritability:dyspepsia, palpitation of the heart, indigestion,
constitutional debility, a wasting of the frame, cough, con
sumption, decay and death.
Left hand side going from Baltimore street, a few doors
from the corner. Fall not , to obsenrensmis and number.
Lettens must be paid - and contain a stamp. The Doctor's
Diplomas hang in his office.
Member of the Royal College of Surgeons, London,,grad
uate from one of the molt eminent colleges in the United
States,'and the greater part of whole life, has been opera
in the hospitals ,of London, ratty . , ,Phihidelphie „ and else
where, has - eifeeted some of the most astonishing cures
that were ever known ; many troubled with tinging in that
head and ears when asleep, great nervousness,- bang
alarmed at sudden sounds, bashfulness,' with frequent
blushing, attended sometimes with derangement of mind
were cured immediately. . ,
These are some of the.sad and mehmcholy effects pro
duced by early habits of youth, viz : weakness of the back
and limbs, pains in -the„ head, dimness of sight, loss of
=Smiler lager, palpitation of the . heart, dyspepsia, net ,
vOna irritability symptoms of consumption, he,
Mmtvlrax.---The fearful effects on the mind are much
to be dreaded=loss of memory, coufhsion of itleasi- de
pressiOn of spirits, evil forebodings, aversion to, society
self distrust, love of solitude, Untidily, &0., are Some of
the evils produced.
Who Wive injured themselves by . certaill 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 aaleep, audit not cured. renders
marriage moos Bible; and destroys both mindand body,
shoultho,lyi mmediately. •
t hat a young man, the hope of his country,
the •darling or his parents, should - 114i snatched from all
prospects and enjoyments of life, by, the - consequence of
deviating from the path of nature and indulging in
certain 'secret habit.' Such persons moor' before contem-
Reflect that a soundmind and body are the most necessary
requisites to promote connubialhappinetis. indeed, with-
out these, the journey through life becomes a weary pil
grimage ; the proaPect hourly. darkens to the view; the
mind becomes shad Owed with despair and filled with .the
melancholy reflection that the happiness of another be
comes blighted.with our own.
When the misguided and imprudent votary of pleasure
finds he has imbibed the seeds of this painful disease, it
too often happens that an 'Mimed sense of shame or the
dread of discovery deters him from applying to those who
troth education and respectability, can alone befriend:him.
He falls into the hands of Ignorant sad designing.pretend
ers, who, incapable of curing, filch his 'pecuniary 'sub
stance, keep him trifling month'after month, or as long as
the smallest fee can be obttdned, and fin despair leave him
with ruined healih to sigh over his galling disappointment,
or, by the use of the deadly pob3on, Mercury, hasten the
constitutional symptoms of this terrible disease,such maw
tions of the Head, Throat, Nose, Skim' ere., progressing
with frightful rapidity till death' 'puts a period to his
dreadful sufferings by sending _hint to that tandiscovered
country from whence no traveler returns.
FOR TABLE USE,
WM. DOCK, JR., Sr. CO.
The-many thousands cured at this institution year after
Year, and the numetous - important =Racal operations
perforated by Dr. „lohnson,..arimeased by the reporters of
thiesni v seiliper, and many otharjpapers, Daum or Which
heW appeared again and again berore the pribl* besiopa
hie standing, as gentleman of character aud ?mow;
bility, is a &racial guarantee to the &filleted.
BY GEORGE 'BERGNER.
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DISTIARES OF IXPF.TIDENOE
RELIEF - IN SIX TO TWELVE HOURS.
YOUNG I 1
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TAKE PARTICIIIAN NOTICE.
DD3F.A. OP .IXPRIJDENCE
INDORSEMENT OF PRESS
SKIN DISEASES SPEEDILY ou - BED.
Od<oe No. Vionth Fredolok Street,.
"TH_E• UNION NOW AND FORYTER."
DISEASES RESITLVNG PROM
DISORDERS OF Mg IWO
THE GREAT STRENGTHENING TONIC,
IFEESE Bitters have perforraed more cures;
hare and do give better satisfaction; haVe more tes
timony; have more respeCtable people to vouch for them
tnan any, other article in, the market.
We defy any one to contradict this assertion, and will
pay sl`,ooo to any one that will produce a certificate pub
lished by us that is pot genuine. Hoflandis German Bit
terS, Will mire every case of Chronic or Nervous Debility,
Diseases of the Kidneys, and diseases arising from a dis
ordered stomach. Observe the folloWing symptoms, re
sulting from the disorders of the digestive organs: Con
stipation, inward raw, Fullness of Blood to the head,
Acidity of the Stomach, Nausea, Heartburn, 'Disgust for
Food, Fullness or weight in the Stomach, Sour Eructations,
Sinking'or fluttering at the pit of the stomach, Swimming
of the head, Hurried ' nd clitlicult breathing ; fluttering at
the heart, Oholdng or suffocating sensations when in a
lying posture, Dimness of vision, Dots or webs before the
sight, Fever and dull pain in the head, Deficiency of pers
piration, Yellowness of the Skin and eyes, Fain in the side,
back, chest, limbs, .kc., Sudden flushes of heat, Burning
in the flesh, Constant imaginations of evil, and great de
pression of spirits.
Remember that this - Bitters is not alcoholic, contains no
rum or whisky, and can't make drunkkids, but is the
best .TOll.lO in the world. • . •
From the Rev. Levi' G. Beck, Pastor of the Baptist
Church, Pemberton, N.-J., formerly. of the North Baptist
Church, Fhiladelplua.. • • ;
*****• * * * * * *
I „have knoivn Hooflandis German Bitters favorably for
a number of years. , I have used them in my owe family
• tuidhave been so pleased With their affects that I was in
duced-to recommend them to many others, and know that
they have operated in a:MU: I *W ,benenclal manner. I
take great . pleasure in thus publicly .procilabning this
fact, and calling the attention of those afflicted with the
diseases for which they are recommended to these 'Bit
ters, Imowituffrom_experitinae thitenty recommendation.
Will besustained.. I do .this more. cheerfully . L . as
finiweStals intendeaWitenedlf- thee illltiamd,,rui. Is
'net Youra truly. . .
From Rev. J. ,Newton Brown, D. D., Editor of the En.
cwOlopadia of Religions' Knowledge and Christian Chroni
Although not disposed to favor or recommend Patent
Melaicines in general, through distrust of their ingredients
and'effects, I yet . know of, no sufficient reasons why a
man` may not testify to the benefits he believes himself to
have received from any simple preparation; in the hope
that tio may thus contribute to the benefit of others.
I do this themore readily in regard to Hoofiand's Ger
man Biters., prepared by Dr. C. M. Jackson, or this city
because I was prejudiced against them for many years,
under the impression that they were chiefly an 'alcoholic
mixture. lam indebted-to my friend, Robert. Shoema
ker, Esq., for the remora of this prejudice by proper
Masi mei kor gnoeuragement to W- them :when suilbring
from peat and long continued debility. The use of
three bottles of these Bittera at the beginning of the
present year, was followed.by evident relief and restora
tion to a degree of bodily and mental rigor which I bad
not for six months before, and'had almost despaired of
regaining. I therefore thank God and my friend for di
recting me to the use of them.-
J. NEWTON BROWN , Philada.
From _ Rev Warren Randolph, Pastor of Baptist,
Church, Genffithtoint; Penn.
Dr. a R. Jabicion:—Deai Sir:—Personal experiknce
enables me to say that I regard the German Bitters, pre
pared by you, as a most excellent medicine. In cases of
severe cold and general debility I have been greatly beim;
fitted by the use of the Bitters. and doubt not they will
produce similar effects on others.
Yours truly WARREN RANDOLPB,
From Rev. J. IL Turner, Pastor of Hedding B.
Church, Philadelphia. -
Dr. C. M. Jackson:—Dear Sir : -Having , used your Ger
man Bitters in my family frequently I tun prepared to say
that it has been of, goat service. y I believe that in most
•cases of general debility Of the system: it is the safest and
most valuable remedy of which I Save any knowledge.
Yours, respectfully J. H. TURNER,
No. 728 N. Nineteenth street.
From the Rev. J. 31. Lyons, formerly Pastor of the
Columbus (X. 3.) and Idllodown,(Pa.) Bantist. Churches.
Nirw Is. Y.
Dr. C.. If. Jackson:----Deor Sin—l feel it a pleasiire thus
of my own accord, to bear testimony to the excellence or
the German Bitters. Some years since being moth af
flicted with Dyspepsia, I used :them with very beneficial
results. -I have often recouunended them to persona en
feebled by that tormentingdiaeatna, and have heard from
them the most flattering testimonials as to their great
value. In cases of general debility, I believe It to be a ,
tonic that cannot be surpassed. J, jg, LYONS; •
From the Ref, Thomas Winter, Pastor of Boxboreefih
Baptist Church. •
Dr. Jackson:—Deli Sin—l felt it due to your excel
lent preparation, Bootland Gorman Bitters, to add my
testimony to the deserved -reputation reputation it has obtained. I
have for years, at times, been troubled with great disorder
in my head and nervous systet." I was advised by a
friend to try a bottle of your Genfinn Bitters; did so, and
have experienced great and unexpected relief; my health
has been very materially benefitted. I confidently recom
mend the article where I meet with cases similar to my
own, and have been assured by many of their good ef
fects. Respectfully yours,
T. WINTER, Roxbiwougb,Pa
num Rev. J. S.. Herman, of the German Reformed
Church, Kutztown, Berks county; Pa. ,
Dr. C. M. Jaclmon:—Respected Bir:—l have been
troubled with-Dyspepsia nearly twenty years, and have
never used any medicine that did 'me as much geed ,as
HoofirouPs Bitters lam very much improved maim,
after having taken five bottles.
Yours with respect, J. S. HERMAN.
Large Size (holding nearly double quantity,) $l.OO
per bottlehalf dos $5 00
Small Size-75 cents per bottle—half doz. 4 - 00
SEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS!
See that the slittutture of "Q M. jAlog,goyt la on the
WRAPPER of each bottle.
Should your r neareet druggist not have the. article, do
not be pat Why any of the intoxiciatingpreparatlons that
may be °Died la lte•Pbzet but send to us, and we will
forward, securely packed, by express.
Prinoipal Office and Manufactory
NO. 631 .A.RER STREET,
PBIL4Dt'LPFILL ' -
Jornizt & EVANS, .
BuCceiters io o..it lacks:it ig
For aide by Dniggists and Deelore in emery town in the
United Btatee myllklawly
HARRISBURG, PA., MONDAY MORNING, MARCH' 14, 1864.
Y S;P E -
ARE . MED . BY
READ WHO SAYS $0
errs Trcsar.—At a meeting of the Confer
ees of the different wards held atthe Court .
House on Saturday evening, the • following
ticket was placed ha. nomination:
City Treasurer—Jacob D. Boas.
City Auditors—Chambers Dupps, Henry
Bender and Jeremiah Uhler.
School Directors: East Ward 43. F. Raber,
School Directors, North Ward—John
Till and Benjamin Stroh.
The Rev: Dr. C. A. Hay was placed in nom
ination, but declined to accept the nomina:.
tion as Will be seen from the following note,
Messrs. Snoraturszlitenran, Sze., Conferees
of the North Ward School District.
Gentlemen:, Having been privately informed
of your intention to nominate me as a candi
date for the office of School Director, :I take
the earliest opportunity of informing ,you that,
under existing circumstances, it will be impos
sible for me to consent to comply with your
Please accept of my cordial thanks to your
selves :and your constituents, for the confi
dence and good will, thus shown to me, and
rest assured that, in: my cigiacity p-s a private
citizen, I will continue, o do all. in. my pow
to improve- the character of our common
schools, .upon the propor development of
which the welfare of our community, and in
deed, of our common country, so largely de
CHARLES A. HAY.
HARRISBURG, Saturday, March 12th, 1864;
N. B. Please :consider this declinature as
FUME WAHD UNION MEETING.-A meeting
was held at the sth Ward House, March 12th,
186* Levi Weaver, PresidOnt, H. Ebersole,
Council, Samuel W. Myers; Alderman, M.
S: Bower; Judge of Eleetions, Harrison Miles;
Insilector, Jacob Zarger; Aisessor, Samuel C.
Wiestling; Constable, Samuel C. 'Cole; Con
teiees, David Oves, Chambers Dubbs.
118solvsd, That Capt. Wm. Sees be heartily
and Mumitnously recommended for the situa
tion of keeper of the State public gtounds.
Itescitvetl, That a copy of these proceedings
be signed by the President and Secretary of
this meeting and forwarded to our State Sen
ital., and further, that the said Sapator ,he
ieeiiihliyietpested to giVe his earnest sup
port inhehalf of the above recommendation.
/asolved, - Unanimously, that these proctied
ings be published in the JILTLT TELEGRLPH.
LEVI WEAVER, President.
_ Founryi• WArm.—At a meeting of the Union
voters of the Fourth ward, held at the public
house of William P. Hughes, on Saturday
evening,, John Till was chosen President,
and Sulivan S. Child Secretary. On motion,
the following persons were nominated for
Ward officers: . •
Council, Henry M. Koller; Assessor, Daniel
Strominger; Judge of Eleations, William P.
Hughes; Inspector of Elections, T. Jefferson
The Conferees, Alfred Slentz and Henry 117.
Koller were instructed to vote for Jacob D.
Boas for City Treasurer . , and John Till and
Rev. Charles A. Hay for Shool Directors.
NEW PLAYS !—Bare Bill of Attraction g—This
evening Rouse's Star Troupe, will produce
two new plays at Brant's Hall. One is a beau
entitled ‘* The Rose of
Killarney," and the other a musical farce called
"Amy Lind." The whole company will ap
pear. Secure your seas early.
PELIST WARD TICEET.--COM/Cil, John Trill
linger; School Director, Thomas Worley; As:
sessor, Joseph Bucher; Judge of Elections,
A. B. Sharp; Inspector, Peter Bernheisel, Jr.;
Constable, Joseph Wenrich. •
LATER - FROM - NEW ORLEANS,
ARRIVAL OF GEN. SHERMAN.
Success of his “Big Raid.',
INAUGURATION OF GOVERNOR • HAHN.
NEW YORK, March 13
The steamship , Morning Star from New Or
leans on the 6th met., via Havana on the 9th
has arrivid. She brings 1,200 bales of
A part of Gen. Lee's Cavalry lave left New
Orleans for the Red river.
General Sherman arrived at New Orleans on
the 2d, on the gunboat Diana. His late expe
dition is called by himself a big raid, in the
course of Which, he reached a point ten miles
of Meridian withont any opposition worthy of
the name, and returned with 1,100 mules,
4,000 contrabands, 500 prisoners and a large
amount of supplies.
Transports are rapidly bringing troops back
from Texas. ,
`Gov.liael Hahn was inaugurated on
the 4th, with imposing ceremonies at New
Gin. Banks' delivered an address, in which
he predicted the reduction of the insurrection
,to three or four States on the Atlantic coast
,by the season's catopaign, He said, let its
remember that the re-inauguration we-celebrate
has the basis of a century, for we have
achieved deeds of a century in the past ten
' ""7' :Webster
years; so long as the people are faithful to
themselves, so long will stand Louisiana the
first returning State in which every man is a
Governor Hahn's inaugural address regards
slavery as the cause of. the present unholy
attempt to break up the government and its
universal and immediate extinction as a pub
lic and private blessing. • From every light
before me he says, 1 am constrained to, be
lieve that the cause of rebellion is in extremes
and it seemes to me . not extravagant to look
upon this year - as - the final one of the most
sensless, causless and most murderous rebel
lion that ever occurred in a civilize& nation.
The loyal men of Lonsiarta have suffered
much and deeply, but with the blessings of
God upon our exertions all will be sooririglit
again, and peace, and happiness, and pros
perity will smile upon our threshhold as of
old. All the people were inthe streets during
the day and there was unquestionably the
sincerest feeling of- satisfaction shown than
on many of the boisterous days of secession
madness of 1861.
General Sherntait Appointed to Gen. Grant's
A special Washington dispatch. says, that
General Sherman is appointed to General
Grant's latecommand and Generalld'Pherson.
to. General Sherman's. General Halle* is
Chief of staff of the army at Washington.
BB&GG'S APPOTLITBEENT-OUB ADVANCE UPON
DA-LTON-THE ENEMY'S LOSS---GEN. BECEIWII . I3
MOVEMENTS-A SOLDEB'S LETTER.
The Atlanta (Ga.) Confederacy comments as
follows upon Bragg's appointment to the su
preme command of the Rebel armies.
The remarks of the Richmond Enquirer
upon the question of Gen. Bragg's appoint
ment to a high place in the general Depart
ment of War, are very.just. Mr. Davis could
not devise any measure which is so largely cal
culated to weaken his .own position in the
public confidence, and derange the status: of
military affairs and opinions, than by creating
Generql Bragg the practical commander of
our armies. In the west such an appointment
is almost fatal. Aside from affiliating the
President directly with all the unfortunate
disturbances which divided the Army of Ten
nessee so long as Gen. Bragg remained with
it, the event perpetuatea them and enlarges
It will. occasion in. the public mind, and in
the minds of ;the soldieri of the South, a
deeper distrust in the directory at Richmond
,than, has hitherto existed. it will array a
large and powerful class of officers against
the central bureau. It will give rise not only
to criticisms the most emphatic, to discon
tents the most-well-grounded, •to disappoint
ments the most peignant, but it may, in time,
force into life a species of combination for the
sake of self-preservation, which we hadhoped
would never be seen in the Southern camp.
In a word the action of the President is
boundless for ill, personally to himself and
nationally to us as a people. All pure men
will regret it, all patriotic men will deplore it,
all sensible men will denounce it.
MISSAL THOMAS' ADVANCE ON DALTON.
• A correspondent of the same paper, writing
from Dalton, February 27, thus refers to the
recent operations - before that place:
The object of the enemy, based upon the
belief that Johnston's force had been recently
reduced, was to overwhelm and drive him
back on Atlanta, and occupy the intervening
The Yankee prisoners expressed some sur
prise when they found themselves guarded by
some of Cleburne's and some of Cheatham's
men. "Mix," said they, "we thought Cle
bun:twin:id Cheatham were gone."
Our lessee will not exceed - one hundred and
fifty killed, wounded and captured. Of these
nearly all were wounded slightly, and a.few,
qavalrymen were captured. last night by the
Yankee cavalry. The enemy's losses have
been much heavier, and many of their dead
have been left upon the field.
A soldier writes to the same paper from
Johnston's army: "It 'is not my intention to
revert at length to the sad catastrophe that
befell our arms at Chattanooga. It is a sub
ject too mournful for light, comment.
"Our encampment now lies north of the
once pleasant town of Dalton. The country
possesses not enough of elasticity—the fortu
nate character of the soil in Middle Tennessee
—to recover its own under the heavy burden
of an army's presence. Therefore, everything
in the way of agriculture is prostrate. The
poorer class, the, only inhabitants remaining,
seem inactive and depressed. Once in a
while the cake-woman or the pie-vender lan.-
grddly trudges her weary way by our picket,
post. This sadly reminds me of my own'
country,, where many a Rachel weeps and'is'
not comforted. The infernal process of taking
food from families lest the Federals might
get it, has stripped many of the very neces
saries of life.
"Among the subjects now dawning for dis
cussion among the soldiers is the re-organiza
tion of our army. That Congress will deny
us that privilege is as clear to my mind as the
looked for advent of the morrow's sun. And
thiedenial may, as the presence of the great
huniry, be necessary to our existence as an
army efficient to cope with a spring tide of
advance. I know this, that it is a very tender
subject, and one that at first appeal 9 more
strongly to our republican sympathies than
to our sense of duty. ,At length, however,
after a cool and dispassionate review, I, as a
soldier, cannot demand of our authorities a
sacrifice to my political penchant which might
'engulf our struggling stars in the dark abyss
of sabmission to the foe. All, I fear, will not
regard it in this light. Other considerations,
that sound of home and rest; will go far to
ward fermenting the spirit of discontent. Let
but-the shadow of an excuse fall athwart the
paths of the depressed and they will embrace
it with avidity.
Exchange of Prisoners.
MORE REBEL PRISONERS KENT UP TO CITY- PDXNT
Po= McetacM; 11.
The steamer New York arrived last evening
from Point Lookout with niB hundred privates
PRICE TWO •CENTS
NEW rolucllarch 13
STEAM PRINTING' OFFICE,
ADVERTIbING RAM—DAILY. TELEGRAM.
The following are the rates for advertisinsin the Max-
QUM.. Those having advertising to do whiput
}-roarlines or Das amistittite oue-bilf squire. - Eight
lines or More than four tonaltute a square. .
- • TOR oik am:Aar:
One day •• $ eo
Two days . 100
Three days .. 1 25
One week. .
. 2 25
Ottejadiath . 6 00
Two months 9.00
Three months...—. 11 00
Sizmonths 10 00
One year .. 25
• - ' $2
FOR A aus BOVA= „,„
One day - -$ au
Two days... SO
Three days 75
Ono week 125
One month .Z 00
Two months 4 50
Three months 5 50
Six months 8 00
One year 15 00
Auditor's Notices -
Funeral Notices each itisertion.. • 5°
Business notices inserted inthe _Local Aiwa" or
before Marriages and Deaths, 'Facia. Miry tom Lucia for
and forty-five officers, Rebel prisoners,- to be
exchanged. Three of the prisoners being.
- reported as having the small-pox, were taken
ashore to the hospital, and this afternoon the
steamer sailed for City Point ender a flag of
truce. The Rebel General Fitz Lee was
among the officers sent up to be exchanged.
The steamer Warren, from New York, has
, Admiral Dahlgren is still at Fort blonroe.
John Sanborn, Special Provost Marshal for
the Department of Virginia and North Caw
lina, returned to Old Point to-day.
On the-I.3th Inst.; Moan Eats, third son of Cornelius
and ,Catharine Bamgardner, aged 4 yeara.
The relatives and Maids of the family am respectfully
invited to attend the funeral, from the residence of his
parents, Third street, below Chestnut, - on Taeaday morn
ing, 14th inst., at 10 o'Clook, without farther Donut. 's
la avisAlivi m ;4A 4 tzt woo I ma 01
Sixth Virard Election
DROCLAMATION. —ln compliance with
j_ the supplement of the charter of the City of Har
risburg, passed on the 11th list., by the Legislature of
Pe.nesylvania, and in consequence of the action or the
CPULIGIOLL Catch at a special meeting •held on the 12th
inst., notice is hereby given to the qualified Totem of the
SIM Ward Of the city of Harrisburg, that at the time
and place provided for the holding or the city election, u?
ON THE THIRD FRIDAY OF MARCH,
being the 113th day of the said month, between the hours
of 9 o'clock, A. K. and 7 O'clock, ft at., of said day, they
will meet at the Market House in Verbeke street;
and vote for one person for Member of Common Council,
to serve for the. unexpired terat i pf William Morris, whose
place was vacated by act of the Common Coundil, on the
12th of March, 186 , k A. L. ROIIIIFORT, Mayor.
Movies . OF7tOE,
Harrisburg, March 13,1864.
HZSINIVARTERS, HARRISIMII6, Pmcs'e,
DECEZatic, 11, 1863.
No. L J
AGREEABLY to General Order No, 65,
War Department., A. G, 0., Jan. 12th, 1862, the tor
amsignod hereby assumes command of this Yost and is
sue.%the following orders, for the information and guid
ance of all concerned.
L Ali Meets on duty at. this Post are required to re
port to these Headquarters, their rank, regiment, nature
of duty, and number and date of order placing them
on such duty.
IL Officers arriving will repott as , specilled above.--
Officers on being relieved from duty will report, pre
vious to their departur% by what mithority they are re
lieved, leaving a copy of the orders at these Headgear ,
iIL Officers h av i ng soldiers under their Charge arerie:
quired, in addition to the above, to make a "morning re
port' by 94. X, each day.
J. V. BOXFURD, Lt. Col., 16th 11. S. L,
OPPICLAL:—E. L B limas 'Lit Lt., C. S. L C., Pont Adju
Lusvu,LE, Tony. Ce., Pa:,
larch 8, 1884.
LOST—A large roll of finished HABNUSS
LEATHER, weighing over 100 lbs., from a
between Ne Cumberland and Harrisbm.... g. The 77 '
Leather was marked " WELLS; BIDDLE k CO., Pitts
burg." Any person flnding said roll will receive the
above reward by leaving it at the Pa. Central R. R.. Depot,
Harrisburg, or at Shell's Tavern, 'Bridgeport.
marB • WELLS, BIDDLE k CO.
Wholesome and Convenient Sub
stitute for Yeast.
EFFERVESCENT YEAST. EOWDRRs..._
They serve to impregnate the dough, or batter, with
caroonic acid, which by its expansion in cooking.pro
duces levity,- whiteness and digestibility, without elrei,
mating a single nutritive elethent, or adding' thereto any
thing which the system . Sas nut constantly require:
They enable a cook to make the most ludons bread, the
sweetest and lightest cakes without a moment's delay.
Warranted to give satisfaction, or no sules. Prepared and
sold, wholesale and retail, by.
S. A. KUNKEL & 8R0.,-Druggists,
US Market street,- Harrisburg.
Proposals for Coal.
PANNSTMLITA STATE LUNATIC HOEFTTAL,
March 7, 1864. s
rasROPOSALS will be received until 6 P. M.
of Thursday, March 31, 1864 , for supplying this
pital with Six HUNDRED TONS of A No. 1 Broken Coal,
of the best quality and free from slate and other impuri
The coal to be delivered on the wharf of the H,ospital
on the Pennsylvania canal, the weight to be determined
by the weigh lock at liarrisbam Proposals to bosom to
marl-td JOHN Oh:WEN, Superintendent.
PARSONS' AGRICULTURAL STORE, '
No. 110 MARKET STREET.
JrOSHIIA hL WIRSTLLNG-,
OFFICE IN WALNUT STREET, -
OPPOSITE THE STATE °Arita', RODE',
ALL business-pertaining to the profession
will receive his prompt and careful attention. •
O FFICE in the rear of lierr's Hotel, Harris
burg, Pa, The LARGEST LOCAL -BOUNTIES. pala
te recruits. COMMITTEES from districts and iititmila
triets in the State will be promptly furnished, with - KEN
to fill Q -dim UOTAS, by applying to
TO OFFICERS AND SOLDIERS.
Collection of Pensions, Bounties, Bail( Pay
and War Claim
°MORNS' PAY ROLLS, MUSTER ROLLS AND
RECRUITING ACCOUNTS MADE.OUT.
rrgundersigned, having been in the em
ymentof the United States duringthe last eighteen
months „es Clerk in. the Mustering and Disbursing cape
and Office of Superintendent of Reeruiting Service ; of
Pennsylvania, respectfully reforms the public thathe Rae
opened an office in the D.AILY =sedum Bußittoeferliffis
purpose of collecting Pensions, Bounties; Bank..:Pay and
War Claims ; also, making out Officers' Pay Riots, Muster
Rolls and Recruiting Accounts.
All orders by mail attended to prozitirtly.
nova-dtt • . SULUVAN S. CHILD.
T HE First National-. jlank of Harrisburg, capital $lOO,OOO, with the privilege of increas
ing it to $BOO,OOO.
The State Capital Barg having orpnired under the-Ikt
to proVide a National currency, under the above title,
respectfttlly offers its Vertices for the collection of No a t
Drifts, Bills of krchange, receive money on deposit,
buy and Sell exchange on all parts of the country.
The business will be conducted at the corner of Second
and Walnut streets, by the following named directors and
DEREcToRs: J. k, Ezir
Smoom H. BRIGGS,
JAMBS YOUNG, lt ar,
thici. F. RIPLIon,
iffu"A3LC°u" Y D. DASZROS.
A T I lf
BLACKBEEtRY end - ELDERBERRY `•W
Warranted pure. For sale at • -
j - AVA,Jameica and Legayra Coffee, at
( 4023 1 W. DOCK, Jar, dt CO
D. J. NOIIIIEL
DOOK, JR.; &.130.