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ArOiaciNG AND EVENING,
.131.- GEORGE 13ERGNER.
OFFICE THIRD ST., NRAR WALNUT.
TErMS OF SUBSCRIPTION
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Tr; ri.i•LGßAYSiSalSOptibliShedweekly,and Is ."vanished
Fuly , cribers at therfollowing cash rates:
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A. P. TEUPSER,
TEACIIER - .OF MUSIC.
OFFicx eT WARD'S MUSIC STORE,
12 N Third Street.
P.e. , -idence: Third street,,aboce North. 1116-tf
VrELODZONS AND CABINET ORGAN t S...
lIVENTi-SIX. FIRST PREMIUMS,
TWELVE SILVER MEDALS,
AND MB ' •
:". , :i,i - GOLD ACEDAL (ever won by instruments of this
class) has been awarded to
MASON . RANILIN'S INSTRUKEtTS.
A Dill assortment of these Instruments always on hand
W. KNOCHE'S, Sele Agent,
9/1 Market street.
HENRY C. ORTH;
iTIEA.GIEER OF THE PIANO, MELODEON
AND VIOLIN.—Terms reasonable 15 Third street,
iwtivren Market and Chestnut streete. . ja4-3m
MIA - DER 1•17/. nrscoreßr AND WONDERFUL
n - R. J. M. CREAMER. would respectfully
inform the public in general and the diseased In
;articular, that he has opened an office in South Second
Aim. below Chestnut, Harrisburg, Pa., where he will
treat all diseases entrusted to his caro,iu accordancewith
the system discovered and taught by Prof. C. 'Solid - , VI
Pldhotelphia, with whose institution be has been con.
p-coi, and to whom he takes pleasure-in referring the
public fur information with respect to his success in con
Na drugging the system withuncortain medical agents.
All cures performed by Magnetism, Galvanism and other
modifications of Electricity , without without shocks or any un
ploasant sensations. After an Electrical Diagnosis, a_
v-,:arantee will be giver., if desired by the patient. For,
further information call and get a pamphlet which con:
humireds of certificates from medical men and oth
s proving the superiority of this system of practice
over nil others. Consultation free. Office houre:9 to 7.2
.k. tO and 7te r. at.
DR. J. MILTON CREAMER.
M - 43.(131aw2in- to-th-sa
DR. J. BIITEIS
YELLOW WATER POWDER
DURING a practice of many years in thi4
11 community, DR, HITE has satisfied himself that thitt
Powder is vastly superior to any other article In use
FOR THE CURE OF
And or great service to nOTSEIS that have °et their
lIIDEBOUND, FOUND RBD,
DISTEMPERED. - -
Also, that it will prevent
GLANDERS, COLIC ANIPTHE BOTS,
When faithfully used two or three times a week—invigo
rating and fattening.
For Improving the condition of a Horse,,he =twin th4e
is no better medicine, as it will strengthen the stemanli,
and +twist digestion, "eleank:Dises offenslYe
matter, and regulate the boteels,laten costive,-Mtrlfy_the
blood and promote digestion—thus the skin is kept - la:*
the pores are opened and a lean, scabby Borne becomes
fat and comely. . .
The Powder can be used for Cattle, Sheep and 13°0 icitb
Directions with package.
PREPARED ONLY AND SOLD AT
IiELLEWS , DRUG STORE,
No. 91 Market . stroet, Harrisburg.
NEW GROCBRY fitOMION STORE,
..BOYER & ICOERP.IER,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Queens and Glass Ware,
AND ALL HINDS OF
AVE just opened a large and. well selected
stock of goods at their stand, No. 3 Market Square,
Harrisburg, Pa., to which they invite the attention of the
public generally. nolo-of
THIRD STREET, NEAR - WALNUT,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN
CONFECTIONERY, FRUITS, &C-
Alnionds , Walnuts ,
Hominy and Beans,
Cakes and Crackers,.
Sweet and Irisb Potatoes;
Green and Dried Fruits,
. :Produce in
Marsh Mallow Gum Drops,
Cream Chocolate Drops,
Plain Candles, &0., &c.
Oranges and Lemons,
4.l.tined Fruits, -
Peas and Spices, all kinds,
Fresh and Salt Fish in ass
Vegetables in season,
WINES AND LIQUORS.
LAITMAN, SALLADE & CO.,
NO. 1 SOUTH NINTH STRET, 4
1 A bra aITYO7 AND WALNUT,
111[LADn'tPEUX - A
- A. 31. SALLADE, .T. P. BITING.
a M. LAT.Th
A - ' l l4 OF ISTFW LARGE DTVOik..
M I AOW,
FIGS WM. noes, JR., .o& co.
Just received at
THIS tree resembles the Sugar Maple very
closely in form and foliage, but• bears- transplanting
better and grows more rapidly, For sale at Keystooe'Rer
sery (feb24-diw] JACOB KISH.
Toy BOOKS, G&MES, Lsrge as
sortmeot of Toy Books, Games, Am., just received st
nol9 SCHEFFER'S BOOKSTORE, Rarrisburg,
N" BOO.s.—TtLE SHOULDER
DAYS OF SHODDY
Jest received at
A - • .
PPLF 4 S.--200 barrels of New York .State
Andrus, of a choice variety, just received, and Bold
low, in any quantities, to suit purchasers, at the new
grocery of (del] BOYER k ROMPER. •
T3ICIKLES ! PICKLES! ! —By. the. Barrel,
Hid Barrel, Jar or 0..)z en, at
na2o WM. DOCK, Ja., &
• - -,,,,0-, \
r‘,l):----:----, , bp.
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Tirchus discovered the moat certain, speedy
-LA. and effectual rernedles In the world for
Oure Wa.r7aMerl, or .No Charge; in from 'One
to 'lwo Days
Mfeakness' or Us Back, Affe&ions of the Kidneys and
Gladder Involuntary Discharges; Impotency, General De
bility, Nerrousams,. Dyspepsia, Languor, low Spirits,
Confusion of Ideas, Palpitation -of Ithe , Heart,: 'Timidity,
Tremblings, Dimnms of Sight orGiddiness, Disease, of the
Head; Throat, Hose or Skin, Affections of the Liver,
Lungs, Stomach or Bowels--tliotie terrible disorders
arisiterom the Solitary - Habits of Youth—those secret,
and solitary practices more fatal to their victims than the
,song of Symms to the Mariners of Ulysses, blighting their
Moat brilliant hopes or auticiptition; rendering marriage,
dm, impossible. • • , •
Especially, who have become the victims of Solitary vice,
that &Muni and destructiVe habit Which annually aweeps
to iMuntlinelY, grave thoesanda of Young- lien of the
most exalted talents: and Milliantilntellect, 'who might
inh.erwise - have entranced listening:Senates with the thun
ders of eloquence or waked to ectasy the living lyre, may
an with full emindence:
Married persons, or Young Men contemplating marriage,
Acing aware of physical wcalcaCSFY.orgatic debility, defor
mities, arc, speedily cured. • •
He ,who places himaelf ender the care of Dr. J. may re
ligiOuSly confide in his honOr is a gentleman, and cond.
4ently rely upbn his skill es a Physician.
Immediately cured; and filiklAgorresfored.
This distressing affectlon—which,renders life miserable
and marriage'lmpoielble—is the penalty paid, by the vio•
tiros of improper indulgence. Young persons are too apt
to commit excesses from not being aware of the dreadful
consequences that may „ensue.. Arow, who that under-
Aands the subject Wit' 10M.md:to dethat:the power of
procreaden isicentoormerty those UlDng into improper
habits than by the,Mildent. pesides` being ' deprived 'the
pleasures of healthy- offinring;'the 'Mast , serious and de
structiye symptoms to, both.' body and mind arise.
The system becoMe.s deranged, the physical and mental
fun - diem meatratied, lobs of 'procreative power, nervous
irrhahllith dyspepsia, palgitatitarof the hearti,indigestion,
constitutional, bility a wasting of the frame, ccugh, con
stinatitfon",,decay and death. ' '
Left hand side going from Bsdtimoria street, a few doors
Item the corner. F ail not to observe name and number.
Letters must be paid and contain a stamp. The Doctor's
Diplomas hang in his once. -
.limber of the Berta. College of Surgeons, London, grad
uate from one nf the incist eminent colleges In the Unit&
States, and the greater Pert of whose life has been spent
in the hospitals of London, •ParVhiLadelphla ..and!else•
where, has effected some of the most astonishing cures
that were erer known ; many troubled with ringing in the
head and ears when asleep, great norvOlisteso, - being
alarmed at sudden sounds, bashfulness, with frequent
blushing, attended sometimes with derangement of mind ,
were cured immediately.
Thew are some of the inul and melancholy effects pro,
duced by early habits of youth, viz : weakness of the beta'
and limbs, pains in the heed, thinness of sight, loss of
muscular' power, palpitation a the sleitit,_ dyspepsia, ner
vous Irritability; symptoment.cosununption,
-MS—The fearful, effects on. the mind rare . niudi
to be treadedloss of memory, Confusion "Idati,
pression of spirits,' evil foreboding; ` aversion society,
self distrust, love of solitude, timidity, ha, are some of
the evils produced.
Who have injarod thentselvs by a certain practice in
dulged In when alone, a habit frequently learned from
eell.comjutialons, or at school, the-.effects of which .are
nightly felt, even when, anleep, and if not cured renders
marriage Bible, and' destroys both mind and body',
should m medlately. • -
r vhat - a-yoting mart;_the hope of tds country,.
the darling of his pmentsi should.be mnatched from all
prospects and enjoyments dr life, tip the consequence of
deviating frota the path of nature and indulging In a
ceilidh _secret habit - atmk persons num, before content,
plalina. • . •
Reflect that a sound mind and body are themost necessary
requisites ti primate contiabiathappiniss. Indeed, linth.
oat these, the journey througb . tife becomes a weary pil
grimage ;:the prospect hottrir dticbeto to the' view ; the
mind becomes shadowed.ti&slesPair - and 511 ed with the
melancholy reflection tbat the. happiness of another be
comes .blighted with oar ots . it.
When the misguided and inipittdent votary of pleasure
find, 'ire has imbibed the seeds of this painful disease, it
too often haPPOlis that an illtimed . sense of 'l3lllllllO or the
dread of di,, - ovely deters him - from. applying to those who
from educatiortZ' ol re2PeetabilitY, can alone befriendhlm
He tali Imo the heads of ignorant and-designing pretend
ers whc , o,44bie, curies 'filch. his pecuniary. sub
stanee3.eep hint- triflingtao. nth after month, or as long as
the smalleSt.feiVcai be obtabiod 2 and 'in despair leave him
with ruined heath to sigh over Ins galling disappointment,
or, by the USE or the deadly poison, Mercury; hasten the
Lions ot the Head, Throe; liose i Skin. etc,,, progressing
,tvith frightful rapidity till 'den —puts a period tolils
dreadful sufferings by sending hint to that undiscoyeied
Country from whence no traveler ''
FOR TABLE USE,
WM. DOCK, JR., & CO
The many thousands cured at this institution year after
year; and .the. numerous important surgical operations
perforniea by Dr. Johnson, witnessed by the reporters of
he Snii,..-aoper, and.many other papers, notices of which
have appeare d fig ai l n , and again before the public, besides
.his standing as‘ , filgengealaP - P t 'c ha racter and Tesponsi-
Nifty, is a setricieo guarantee s tcilWadlicted.
BY GEORGE. BERGNER.
DISEASES OP EiII'KUDENOE
RELIEF IN ELM TO. rvy ILQE HOURS.
NO MERCURY OR NOXIOUS DRUG&
Om= No: 7, SOUTH FREDERicic STREET,
TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE.
DI FACE OF :IMPRUDENCE
M)ORSVoYIiT OF Tub PRESS
SKEtt .15jOhAS.STIAVOILY CURED
- maim wo.silloutivrtellerlow. Street,
;THE UNION t.; 4 . - -) . 7 --- - 14 7 :# •,-
HARRISBURG, PA., TUESDAY EVENING, •I‘WtCH 15,:1864.
GLAD NEWS POE
DISCOVERED AT LAST
Cherokeellexhie(l) .- _,
CMROKEE ATECTIOX I
COMPOUNDED riOn.pf,s73 ; :240,41ipieUVE9
CEititOICIZBE REMEDIS: the ont.ut Ditirelic•
cures rzUZ cliseaser of the . itti - it :Organs. sitch- Aconti
vence of the Urine, inihrikiniiiient
motion of tho Kidneys, Stone in the Bladder,
Grand Oleet, Gonnorhea, and is eSpeibially reedarnien — deld
'in those cases of Plum. AtZus for Whites in females) where
art the ohinateseons Medicines hare faited: *— `•-
sigr It Is prepared in a highly concentrated form, the
dose only being from one to two teaspoonfuls three times
dcg- It is diuretic andalterative in its action; purifying
and cleansing the hloOd, causing it to flow in all of Its
original purity and-vigor;_ thus. removing from the system
all pernicious causes whieh haveledUced disease.
CEISROitEE INJECTION is intended as an idly on assist
ant to the CHEROKEE REMEDY and,shou* be used in
conjunction with that:medicine in all cases of Gonorrhea,
Meet, Ittlor Albus or Whites. Its effects are heinitog,
soothing and , dentuicent ; removing alt Scalding, heat,
chordee and pain, Instead of the burning and almost un
endurrohypain that is expinienced with nearly all the
cheap quack Injodions.
skrßy the use of the CHEROKEE 'REMEDY and
CHEROKEE INJECTIOh7I4he two medicinci at the same
time—all improper dier r harges arc removedi and the weak
rated prgans are 'speedily restored to fall vigor end -
na-For full particulars, get our pamphlet from any
drug stare in the country, or write us, and we will mail
free, to any address, a full treatise.
,top Price, CHEROKEE 'REMEDY, $2 per bottle, or
three bottlos for $5.
.I''Prioe, CHEROKEE INJECTION, ¢2 per bottle, or
lute bottle!! for $5. •
lir Sent, by express to any address on receOt of
Sold by all druggists everywhere.,
.DR. W. R. MERRTN & CO.,
' . . Solo .Proprietora,
rnarlo:rodly No. 69 ddberty street, New York.
ROOTS, BARKS AND LEAVES
An unfailing cure for .4pernkatxrphiirA, Seminal Weak
21e4; Nootarnal Emissions, and, cdtdinasel eausaiki"Mit,l
ly4toition; such as Loss fe,Nemory Ilnisersal Lassitude,
Pains in the Back, Dimness Vora:ion, Premature Old Age
teak Nene% Ell !mat reßreetking, Trembling, Wakefid
mu, Eruptions on the Etsee;-.Fade qountenance, Insanity,
Coneumption, and a-the:Eh* complaints: *ceased by de
q lets _ - •
imdleinejs a simple vegetable estrobt r iandehte
on which all can:rely, as it lila been used in oar 'practice
for many years, and With thousands treated, it his not
failed in a single instance . Its curative powers hav e e been.
sufficient to gain victory over the Mee ' t stabborn case.
To those who have trifled with , their constitution
until they_think ihemselvai beyond flin reach of medical
aid, we would say, Despair not / the Cis - mous 'Chas will
restore you to health and vigor, and after all quack doe
tors have failed I
,e3-For full particulars, get a Cireehir from any Drug
Store itrthit Country, or write the Proprietor, who will
mail free to any one desiring the iame, a full treatise in`
AG/I'Fri= s2,per bottle, or Ogee *tiles for 15,- and
forwarded by expresti to all "parts it*tei; world
w3rSold by.alPreapectablddruglieta. : every4ere.:
112. W. R MERWIN & CO.,
marlo Godly No. S 9 Liberty street, New York
' West Dspeßgicurr, CAVALRY BaaaA.l7,l.
' OFFICE or CIORIP Queeezetaeree,•
WA4HINGTON, D. C., Feb. 19,18 a.
WILL be sold _at Public Auction, ,to the
highest bidder, aithiCp)sicea and bates named .
At MUM; Penna.., 300 Hdis'is, Priday, 4th March.
At lylllitunsport Penni., 300 Horses, Tuesday Bth
At Altoona, Penna., 300 Horses, Frlday, 11th Marsh
At New BrunsOch, N. 300 Horses, Tuesday, 1501
At Easton, Penna., 300 Horses, Friday, 18th March.
At Newark, N.J., 300 Horses, Tuesday,-22d, Merck
At Lebanon; Penna., 800 Horses, Friday 26i,hiare . h.
At Wilkesbarre, Penna., 800 ,How, TikeidaY, 29th
. These Horses have
_been cauion:tied as unlit for the
Canby service of the ,United Mattel Arny...
For road.and fartriptuposes putny good bargains may
be bad: • '
Horses will he sold singly:.; •
Sales begin at 10 "a. and continuo daily .till all are
- Terms Cash, in United States Treasury Notes only.
- - JAMES A. EON,
fab2o-dtm29 Chief. Quartermaster, Canlryjtmnau._
T. .F. WATgito
TB PREPARED to turnieh - and coat the ex
t terior of Buildings with the MASTIC CEMENT, on a
new syklem. This material is entirety different Item all
other, cements used heretofore, and bt the only reliable,
imperishable coating for outside work. Mixed with pro
per proportions of pure Linseed Oil it forms a solid, dura
ble adhesiveness to Brick or Stone Walls, making . beau
tiful One water proof surface, and finish equal to Brown
Stone or any color desired.
Amongoihers for whom I have applied the Mastic Ce
ment, I refer to the following'gentlemen:
J. BisseLresidence, Penn.street, Pittsburg,.j. m , r „ 1, i‘ as
J. IL Shoenberger raldence, Liwreneeville.
A. Hoeveler,. « _
James WCandless, "
Calvin Adams, " Third street, Pittsburg.
James Wood, owner St. Charles Hotel,
WiWam Vohel, Girard House,
Barr k Moser, architects - Dispatch Buildings, "
John B. Cos, residence, Front street, Harrisburg; Pa.
A. J. Jones,. It
Please address T. F. WATSON,
u.toxi.,soe Pittsburg Pa t
feblg-dam . or, Penna. Rime, Harrisburg, Pa.
LADIES.—If you wish good Letter
j_,Nper,. Envelopes, Ink, Pens,.oraoradn'ekilinffie
stationery lake, you% will do well,b cantos at.
• 1 8, BOOKSTORE,
A I)BegiC 9 rkniqpires. 4 !jt/ilso" ; t:La - Pr g rAlTe Thr l)j etiCo suale
nt it er b edSh f o o w r
Window' and. Handsome:o,lg SfatX All will beisold very,
Ifaillettfor. before. the Ist .. of -April. EntiPire .at
SCITEFR R Bookitore l nenisburg Denny", Inarlo
ititAyIISTATE - AT PRITA'M SALE
Theo Tend properties of the Estate of. WILLIAM AL
-I..Mglitfeceosod.,Axi.the-eitSe of ,TiarrLsburg, consisting of
Mouses' oh Front street and Chestnut Street, at and near
the corner of Frisitaiad Chestnut streets, a vacant lot on
lA - Wherry: lstreet :near .92tirii street, .and 19M- . acres
of land at Uutea,stera terminus of Market: - street, are of
fered rest 'Par - *nal of Sale apply to theundersigned,
de27.4g1- ' THOMAE CCCEIMAN;
7 ion' V l /311 'SAIL—A unittber. Of lids
have bean laid out on the Jonestown Hoed, about
one, mile east;:of the; .city of Harrisburg, which are
being sold etilelbgsicea. To persons desiring to secure
1 1 5. 110 mo:ref ttleytw, and to Do t relieved front - We .
present — exorbireilts, this la a raze opportunity,
A number of lets ha'" ..—sold'Andibut few re,,
main on hand. Thep. 'ofitaiii lits:pei he seen at the
.9beriff's,odlue in./la mg, where . persons — desiring' M.
purchak are reitnested e call and:seethe some.
; I galk.t...
Harrisburg, Jan. 15,1884. . • -.. ..,:,; ltat4.4*
IN - OTh SALE.=—A Five-horse-potrer STEAM
1.: ENGINE-and BOILER, in gooct.orditr.. -.. Apply to
F. .ORET . .
fel)22-tr Wept street, I]olow Bulb.
N E; .
Li I 411 TO Rs.
WM. DOCK-, JR., &
RALERS IN FINE FAMILY GROCE
RIES . opposite the Court House, hare on handnann
selection of, .
of different vintages., _
FINE AND COJIMOIf WINES,
I Of Every Description.
IxiSLI AND' SCOTCH
Whiekys: The best ever. brought to thierimulf.et:
.And the celebrated
MIEREKOT GROVE WHISKY.
SCOTCg - • min..
Ny P LANTATION, viwAx-Ta. BITTER,.
•' • • -Nth
With a completeitook of
Fax u x.xsla AND - AatEiticAN PICKLES
;And amnia of every des . oribtion now in the market,
.HIT.ApQZTABTERS, ILULRISBURG, rENve,
, 11, 188.0. J
AG FFAI3L~ General 'Or - der No, . 65 ;
War Departelen4 A:• 01"0., Jaii..l2th, 1882, the on
dereigned hernbransumes command of this Post and is
sues the following, orders, for pie information, and guid
ance of all concerned: -
! L All Officers Millety at-this Post are required to re
portot,o 'these Headguarters,lheir, rank, Atingtilt, .flitture
of duty, and neinber, and,date : 44: order, placing them
on such duty., • „ - • • -
IL Ogicere arriving . will report ai specified above.—
Otlicetsiiti being- relieved from - dity, will report, pre
vious-to theirdepitrture, by what authority they are re
lieved, leaving a copy of the orders at these Headgear-
ILL officerslioVing.soldiere under their 'charge are re
quired, in addition to the above, to make a "morning re
port" by P.A..m, each i day.
Isom:l 7 oßD, Lt. CoL, lath U. S. L, •
OFFIOIAL:—Z L -- Beans, let . Lt., U. S. L Poet Adju
TO OFFICERS AND, SOLDIERS.
Collection of Pensions, Bonnties, Back Pay
and War Clahns.
OFFICERS' PAY ROLLS t MUSTER ROLLS AND
RECRUITING ACCOUNTS'MADE OUT.
rpm inidersigneil, having: been in the eta
ployment of theft:lnked States diiring Limiest eighteen
months, as Clerk in the Mustering and Disbursing 011 lee
and Office of Superintendent of Recruiting Service of
Pennsylvania, respectfully informs the publio-thathe tam
opened an office in the Den,i Trasusera Building for the
purpose of collecting Penslorui, Bountles,,Back Pay and-
War Claims ; also making out Officers', Par Rolls, Muster
Rolls and Recruiting Accounts.
All orders by mail attended to promptly. .
novi-dif SULLIVAN S. CHILD
WELLSCILI t E, YORK Co., -Pa., I
•• - . March 8, 1861.
LOST—A. large roll of finished HARNESS
LEATHER, weighing over 100 lbat,. from a wagon,
between:New Cumberland and Harrisburg _ The roll,. of
Leather was marked " WELLS, BIDDLE & CO., 'Pitts
burg." Any person finding said roll will receive the
above reward by leaVing it at the Pa. Central B.' R. Depot,
Harrisburg, or at Shell's Tavern.,.Hridgeport.
marS WELLS, BIDDLE &
Wkolesonge and Convenient Suit
. • stitute for Yeast-.
VievERVE . gOENT YEAST POWDERS.-
-121 They serve to impregnate the dough, or batter, with
carbonic acid, which by its expansion in cooking pro
ducei levity,. whiteness and digeetibilltf, Without .elmi
nating a single nutritive element E or adding: thereto any
thing.which Ahe system. does not Comitantik require.
They miahle a edok:to make the. most /scions bread, the
sweetest and lightest cakes without a moment's delay.
Warranted to give satisfaction," or no sales:, Prepared and
sold, wholesale and retail, by. ,
S. A. RIINREL & BRO., Bruggists,
118 Market street, Harrisbnrg.
Proposals for Coal.
PmcssyLvAitalSiATE LtrleeTW - HOSPrraty
- - garelk.7 7 1864.
ROPOSALS will be. received until 6 P. ra . .
of Thursday, March 31, 1864, -for • supplying 'this
Hospital with Six HUNDRED .T 0213 of A No. 1 Broken Coal,
of!the best quality end free from slate and other impuri
The coal - to bodelivered on .the wharf of the. Hospital
on the Pamsylvania canal; the weight to be determined
by.the weigh lock at Harrisburg. Proposals to be sad to
' marT-td JOlO7 CIIRWEN Superintendent.
“THERE IS NO SUCH WORD AS FAIL.”
TM.O3:"I'S COMPOUND EXTRACT OF
CUBEBS AND COPAIBA.
This preparation is particularly recommended to the
MEDICAL PROFESSION.ar.d the. PUBLIC for the prompt
and certain cure of DISEASES OF VIE BLADDEIt, KID
NEY,S,,URINARY ORGANS, ETC.
It may be relied on as the best mode for the administra
tion Of these remedies in the large class of cliseasesof both
sexes, to which .they are applicable. It never interferes
with the digestion, and by its concentration, the dose is
N. R—Purchasers am advised to ask for TARRANT'S
COMPOUND EXTRACT' OF GUBRBS AND COPAIBA,
and take nothing else, as imitations and worthless preps-
Miens,. under similar names, are in the Market. Price
90: Sent by 'express on receipt of price. " Refugee
mired 'only by TARRANT ,t CO., No. 118 Greenwich
street, comer of 'Warren street, New York, and for sore
Druggists gesterstag oct22-dly
For sale by S. A. KUNKLE dr BRO., and by Draggists
generally. . - .
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HOUSE OF IMPRESEIPATIVIS.
MONDAY, March 14, 1864
The House met at 7i o'clock.
On motion of Mr. LEE, the House ;Pro
ceeded to the consideration of House bill, en
titled An act to incorporate the'Soldiirs'•-lsra
tional cemetery. PaSsed fukal). •
'A number of bills were reported . and read
inplace. Among the latter were the follow
ing, which , paseed.finally;
"iiii:ALETIBItS, an - act to increase the
jpr ß • of "urors az& • esse.s in the corm of
*, *Mt. .A - LVAT'IM, ah act m relation to
't election of auditors in' the 'bdrough of
"Middletown, in the cobritticellatiptiiii.
By Mr. TITI,T 4 an act to CoMper.the'Manti
facturers of firkins,kege and tubs,intended for
the packing butter and-lard,in - theeOunties• <
Erie, Crawford and Warren, to Mirk '412:•
By Mr. WHITE, an act to change the - place
of holding elections in Slipperfßock town- ,
ship, county of Lawrenoe.
By Mr. WALSH, an act to change the time
of holding the election, in Blakeley township,
By Mr. HOPKINS, an act supplenientary to
an act to authorize the Wyomin canal com
pany and its creditors to•agree to an adjuitment
of their respective rights, approved April 3,
By Mr-SPANGLER, an additional supple
ment to an act to incorporatethe Pirstßeformed
Congregation - of the borough of York and vi-
By Mr. BIIROWIN; an act relating to the
powers of the commissioners of Venango
On motion of Mr. BROWN, House bill, en
titled A further supplement to an act to incor
porate the Warren and Tidiout railroad com
pany, was considered and passed finally.
Mt. GLASS presented a report from the
select committee appointed to inquire into the
authorship of certain communications which
appeared in the Philadelphia Evening Bulletin
and Pittsburg Daily Commercial.
The report, without being read, was laid
over, on motion of Mr. ILE%-, who stated that
he desired, to-mcirrow,.to present a minority
On motion of Mr, MAYER, the House
adopted a resolution tendering thanks to the
officers 'and men of the 79th regiment Penn
sylvania Volunteers, Colonel Hambright.
OUR GUNBOATS AT WORK
ATTACK ON COL. .HENRY'S CAVALRY
Ex:pected Attack oh Jacksonville
Nzw Yonx, March 14
A Jacksonville letter, publisheclin the Post,
and dated the 11th, reports heavy firing up
the river, understood to be our gunboats feel
ing the rebel lines.
On that day our advance of CoL Henry's
cavalry was attacked aid. driven in front their
second position. with the loss of a number of
It was expected the rebels would make an
attack on Jacksonville the next day. If they
did not do so, our forces would soon advance.
NEW YORK LEGISLATURE.
Voice of -a ' True Democrat
.A_LEANY, NEW Yoza, March 14
_ Mr. Bryant, a Democrat of New York, to-day
introduced in the Assembly, a series of resolu
tions, deelaring that the war must be prosecu
ted until slavery is annihilated, and that the
constitutional abrogation of slavery would
clear the path to our manifest destiny and
produce the restoration of a united nation,
and requesting' Congress to submit< to the
people the constitutional amendment, forever
prohibiting and terminating slavery.
XXXlTifith .Congress---First Session
WASHINGTON, March 14
- The senate passed the House bill relating
to chaplains, providing that they shall not
suffer diminution or loss of pay, or allowances
When absent on account of sickness, disa
bility or when held as prisoners, and granting
is; pension to chaplains for total disability of
twenty dollars per month, and applying its
provisions, also to widows and mothers and
sisters of chaplains who have died since the
fourtlr of March, 1861.
Mr. Davis presented a resolution of inqui
ry as to the part taken by Col. T. W. Higgin
son, Colonel of a Massachusetts colored
regiment, in the rescue of Anthony Burns in
Boston, from the eu.itody of the authorities,
which rescue resulted in the killing of one of
the deputies of the court. Objected to. Laid
.over and ordered to be printed.
The bill making an appropriation for West
Point academy was taken up. Kr. Grimes
opposed :31f.r. Anthony's amendment, provi
ding for a competition examination of cadets.
HOUSE OF RE,PRESENTATivrIS
Mr. MBride (Oregon) introduced a bill
granting lands in aid of the construction of
a railroad from Salt Lake City to the head
waters ofthe Oregon, and to secure the use of
the same for postal and military purposes.
This proposition relating to the Pacific rail
road was referred to the select committee on
Mr. Arnold (Ills.) 'introduced a bill pro
viding for a perm‘nent peace by the removal
f the cause of the war. It provides that
`from and after its passage, slavery shall be
abolished in all the States and Terititories
where it now exists. The bill was isfarred to
the Committee on the Judiciary.
STEAM PRINTING OFFICE.
ADVERSISWG R.LTSS—DAILY ME.GRAPEL
The moos mites for adrertsipg
* men. -Troballteffiglivi*orratif tb - ao wilt= Wort
renient for reference.
it;:r Font lines or less constitute ono-half , quaie. , Siht
lines or more than foncepwititote a square.
„sw* moral r "
,! son tea Soress:
One day: M s Du. day - ;
Two days; ..... 60 Tan days.. 100
Three days , 75 Three days - 125
One week 125 One week 2 25
One month_ 300 One month
• • ...
Two months 4 50
Three months 6 60
Slit months 8 00
One year 15 00
Two Months 9 00
Six months - 1000
One year ' 25-170
Auditor's Notices 1 50
&ism' ess notices' inserted in the Lois&
before Marriages and Deaths, Ssone Cars MEr, Lila - for
Mr. . Ashley (Ohio) introduced a bill ex-
tending the time in which the States-and-Ter
ritories may avail themselves of the. aet do
nating.pnblic lands for the establishment . of
agriculinral colleges. Referred to the com
mittee on public lands. The House referred
to the report of the eonference committee on
the deficiency bill.
Onmotionof Mr. Smith'ers, (Del.,) it was re
solved: that the Committee on Naval Affairs,
iri'deternaining the erection of a naval depot,
shall.inquire into the propriety of fuzing the
site on the Delaware, at or near the town of
New. Castle. . ,
Mr. Washburne OE4 asked leave to offer a
resolution instructing the Committee on Ways
and Means in their next revenue bill to tax
the stock of_ domesticliquors .on hand for
sale at 60c. per. gallon. Mr. Stevens
Mr. Washbirrne moved a surpension of the
Mr. Pruyn. (N. Y.) argued that the only re
salt of this measure must be mischief, and he
objectedto placing such power as is proposed
in the hands of any man. • .
Mr. Cox (Ohio) favored standing by the
original proposition of the House—merely au
thorizing the Seoretary to anticipate the pay
.ment of the 'public debt. Nothing done here
could permanently. regulate the laws of trade.
Boutwell. said. he still stood. by that
measure, which was originally introduced by
Mr. Alley (Mass.) said he would support
the Senate's, believing it would be for the
interest of the Government,• country and
people. He believed that in the hands of the
Secretary of the 'trees - m.. 7 the amendment
would be productive of much good.
Mr. Hubbard (N. Y.) opposed the Senate
Mr. Boutwell believed they had no right tie
grant power to sell surplus gold, and if they lad
th 6 right it would be - unwise to exercise it. "If
war continues there will be demand for years
1864 and 1865 of eighty-five millions of coin
or more. He produced fig,ures to show that
the Secretary of the Treasury may dispose of
twenty millions of gold between now and July
without impairing obligations to meet all lia
House adjourned• without action on the gold
Exchange of PrLsoiters not to be .Sus
WASHINGTON', March 14.
The statement that the exchange of prison- -
era was to be suspended, the Admistratkni -
not agreeing to General Butler'splan there
for, which was made in the Washington
Citron/de to-day, is authoritatively denied;
for, with the exception of the single fact that
General Wadsworth has left.-this city, there is
not a shadow of a foundation. for the state
ment, or any portion of it. The Goverment
has no intention whatever of interfering with
the business of regulating exchanges, but.
trust to Getterenlutler. -
Obstructions to Telegraphiug Removed.
ST. Jo.a - ss, N. F., March 12
The Newfoundland telegraph line ceasecl
working on the 26th of February,. diming a
heavy snow storm, which continued several
days; - accompanied by a terrific fall of sleet.
breaking clown the lines for miles. ;
A heavy freshet in the rivers added to the ..
trouble, but by hard and steady labor, have ",..7
succeeded in putting the line in first rate Co
ndition again, and to-day it is open for bust-
The Fifty-fifth at New York.
NEw Yosic, March 14.
The 55th Pennsylvania volunteers, eight
hundred and fifty strong, have arrived from
Harrisburg, and are awaiting transportatioh
to Hilton Head.
Movements of a Pirate Vessel.
Boarax, March it.
Private advices received here, state that
the pirate Rappahannock left France pri
vately on the 20th ult., armed with six guns
and with a picked crew. Her craising ground
is reported to be on the" equator, in. the Obi=
Hudson River Clear of Ice.
Naw Yoax, March 15
The Hudson river" is clear of ice, and the
regular, Albany and New York passenger
steamers will commence, their trips 'to-mor
New York Sauk Statement.
New Toren March 14.
The following is the-statement of the con
dition of the New York banks for the week
ending March 14th: Loans increase $5,440,469
—specie decrease s437,629—eirealation de
crees 00,379—deposits increase $9,115,299.
MARKETS: BY TELEGRAPH
The flour market continues excessively dull,
with but little demand for export, and the
only sales we hear of are 50 bbls. extra, at
$6,_50, 200 bbls. Wm. B. Thomas' Mills on
private,terms, and 300 bbls. extra family at
$7; sales to the trade range from $606 25 for
superfine up to $BO9 50 for high grade ex
tra family and fancy lots. Rye flour grade_
small sales at $6, and 100 bbls. of a better
brand. at $6 25. Corn meal; nothing doing to
fix quotations. Wheat unsettled and loWer,
$1 60 only being offered for prime red, but
we hear of no sales; white without clumge.
There is but little inquiry for rye and it is of
fered at Si 30. There is less doing in corn;
sales of about 4,000 and 5,000 bus. at $1 17 in
store, and $1 20 afloat, -with 1,500 bus. at
$1 19 delivered.
DscrAszn SOLDrEss.--Ainong the deaths of
soldiers during the past week, reported at
Washington, were the following: Samuel
Tuttle, sth New Jersey
M. Vandyke, Invalid Corps; Charles Dicker
son, 2d Delaware; Daniel I. Wiregarven, 13th
Pennsylvania Cavalry; Wm. Pailine, 2d Penn
sylvania Artillery; Jacob Hartley, 90th Penn
sylvania; F. Friekaidt, 2d Pennsylvfmla - Ar
tillery; Jolm Wolf, 6th Invalid Corps,
Fullerton, 69th pennsylvania; John "Fisher,
19th Invalid Corps; Franklin Ma - Beth, firth
Pennsylvania; John F. Hill, 2d Permalyania
Artillery; Julius Francon, .4th Den t x 4 re
Thomas J. B. Lew, Ist Invalid Corps; Augus
tus Frickardt, 2d Pennsylit ArlandrY;
Robert lldartin, - 224 Invalid! Corp.,-John
Strunk, 29th Peailiebralaii andSteohenMen
demi], sthllew Jersey Battery.