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A. P. TEUPSEP6 I
TEACHER OF, NIITS-IC.
Orrice, Ar..WARD'S hiIISIC.STORE,
fit Third S'ireei.
Re.idenee: Third street, above North. dl5-tf
AfELODEONS AND CABINEWORGANS.
TWENTY-SIX FIRST PREMICrIYIS,
TWELVE BLUER MEI:MIS,
(Va. GOLD MEDAL (ever won by instruments of this
class) has been awarded to
'MASON & HAMLIN'S INSTRUMENTS..
A full assortment of those Instrumenta always on hand
W. KNOCHE'S, tple Agent,
OS Market street.
ITE N R Ir. C 0 R
riIEACHEE OF THE PIANO, MELODEON
AND VIOLIN.—Terms reasonable lb Third street,
betAreell Market and Cptstant streets_ ja4-3m
ELECTRICIti r .
WONDERFUL , DISCOVERY AND WO4D.ORM
lIE. J. M. CREAMER would respeptifUlly.
inform the public in general and the diseased in
particular, that be has opened an Mee 5u. , 502.0 7 813C0nd:
street, below Chestnut, Harrisburg, Isz:Wherii hp drill
treat all diseases entrusted talkie care, fila pO6V . daicettctith
the system discovered and taught by Prot C. Holies; of
Philadelphia, with whose inStitutlen hi has been nom
meted, and to whom he takes pleasure in referring the
public Srl information with respect to,hia Access 'hi con.
No drugging the system withuncertaintnedical agents.
All cures performed by Magnetism, Helvetian' and other
!codifications of Electricity,. without shocks or any un
pleasant sousations. After au ;Electrical. plitircesis, a
guarantee will be given, if. desired by . the patient, For
further information call and get a—pamphiet which con
tains hundreds of certificates from medical men and oth—
ers proving the superiority of this system of ,practice
over all inhere: Consultation free. Mee hears 9to 19_
I to Sand 7 to 9 r. Si.
DR. .3'..113740N CItEA) [EEC
feb34l3law2m- tu-titsa . • •
R. ALEX. E. WYETH, Surgeon, arlDr:
J. MILTON CREAMER, Electrician, would announce
to the public that they have this day entered into .co.
pannembip In the practice of medicine, anti that they
treat diseasp by the 'lmams of :Electropathy and the
Swedish method. of Localized Movement Cure.,
(Mice, South Secondstreet, below Chestnut,
ALEX. R..ArYFITM,..K. ,D
Dr. J. M 11 4 .0,1 CREAM i t.
YELLOW 4A.Tt,R PO,WDER
' FOR 'HORSES.
iltattNCl a &adios of many years in , this
1.1 community, DR. SITE has satisfied himself that this
Powder is vastly suparlor to any other article in use
FOR THE •CURE' OF.
And is of great service A r r llo rr rf :that: htrire -oetlta i str
RIDEBOUNA FOVNAERPD, '
Also, thai It Nci,ll:llr.vint
OLANHHH.S, COLIC AND .: THE HOTS,
When faithfully used two, or three times a woek-Linvito
rating and fattening.
For improving the condition of a Horse, be asserts there.
is no better medicine, as It will strengthen the stomach
and assist digestion, cleanse the intestines of offensive
matter, and regulate the bowds • when contliteitpurifp:ttke'
blood and promote digestion—thus the Skid is kept loose,
the pores are opened and a leAn, scabby Borsebec°mes
fat and comely. • 7 1 -
The Powder can be used ibr Cattle, Sheep.tutd Hogs with
Directions with package.' • • •
YRNPAILICD ONLY AND BOLD AT
SELLERS DRUG STORE,
No. 91 Market street,ilEarristprg.
HAY GROCERY AND PROVISION 'STORK
BOY ER & KOERPE4,
WHOLESALE AND 'BETA.IL
G it 0 C E S
Queen% and'eltiss , Ware ) •
AND ALL' KENDS OF :;s: .'^.
COUNTRY Plt 0 D
HAVE just opened a Loge and, ell selected
stock of goods at their stand; No. 334arketSquare,
Harrisburg, Pa., to WbiCit they Incite the attention of the
public generally. • • nolo-dly
Shigsler &/.14` , ra:zei,
(successors toWm. Dock, .jr., Sr, Co.)
Dwaits FINE FAIRLY GROCE
atm opposite the Conk House, have on banda flue
of different vintages.
17.2.17 4N7) COMMON WINES,
. • ; • CeEvery Description.
OLD BOURBON r
m0_v0,va..422iL..14 . ' t
• FINE Dusir 4.4 -- p SCOTT!
Whisky& The best ever brought to this iciarket: :
And the celebrated • .
el . h.snrafr. DROVE wErisri . . • - •
sC4SITCH AND IRLSH ALES. .
LQEDON DROViTi STOUR •
WILD CHERRY, • • '
' WIRWA.M T6IIC BITTERS.
With a complete stock of
.E.N.exasu AND AMERICAN PICKLES
And Condiments of every goscription now in the mark 4
TSB LOWEST R.drlits. .
THIRD STREET, NEAR WALNUT,
IL&RRISBITELCA, FL., •
WHOLESALE AND IMUL DEALER IN
CONFECT/ONE . r; , FRUITS, -&c.,
Ae Paste, -
Moss Paste, . • •
Marsh Mallow Gum DrcipLri •
Cream Chocolate Drops,
Plain Wadies, &c., &c.
oranges and Lemons,
Teas and Spices, all kittds,
Fresh and Salt Fish in sea
Vegetables ins aim;
=m ono, s
Ground - Nuts, ;
03boluNuts, , .
Hominy. and BfitnS,
OZtes and' Crael,fra,
Sweet and liisitrotstiieei
And Country,, Progitiso t in
' seastsit •if
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BY GEORGE ,BERMR.-
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• Jo . 11. I',l f fspii Weds
ISA.LT - fi,l*(ngE
HAS discovered - the: :4134 . ofA
and effeotwd remedied th9wcl P
DISEASES 91 7 DR-R;ITE*II9E.
PMAP: T Y l it i ff! , ! l9l3-Ra
NO ;Xptetßri - 010(0.1EIOLTS DRUG&
A _Owe Wirtynated,.orClurs*, insfromd'l
go• Moo 'DaO
Weakness of the Back, Aifectioni of. the Kidney's and
, Bladderlnvolimtary Dischargm.ltismotopm General De;
:Why, Norronsness, Dyspepsia,
Confusion of Mead, Palpitation of • the ,Iteart;
VOW:ding; Dimness of Sight. OrViddinees, , Disease oC the
HIM, Throat, Nose :or:Bitino 'AilectiontwOf the .Liyer,
Lungs, Stomach or Bowels—those terrible ors
arising from the Solitary Habits of Youth—those deCrei
and solitary practicedßfdre retina their victims than the
song of Svelte to thit-Maiiners of Ulm* blighting their
most brilliant hopes orrinticipations, rendering montage,
impossible. • .
r _ ..._ . YO~I+FQr~`.. ~HDi -~-..~.~ :_::mow..:_,:
EsPeciaVY, Rho have.bufaMe.the victims of Snlitary
that dreadful and destructiv* habit which intnially swOeps
toin.untimely,.gtexci thetiMidii. of Young 'Men bff the
Minteialted • talents' 161'14111119A with- might
otlierwilie have entrtuack(filitalliflii aentddieliith'ibt ,
ders of eloquence °quaked t9mtney the living lyre, may
oau with full cord-dea&
7vFA p'RUGF , ,
Mauled Dersqus,;eijeung . ,llen contemplatiza Martiage ,
being aware phyal wea..esa y organic.4e defer
'ntities, apeedarcurea:' • 1 1 1` ,
He-cafolgiaite himeelturelerthe care of . Dr.,T. mfr re
lAgicsOben(Cde in bialkenia , as a gegtleman, and oonfl
ohniew roy upon hligalrill as a Physician. • . •
DIDIed/E=A and floll.vigor ^restored. ~ . • •
'Mb" g alnietion4=Mbicti readers difeJedearable
and'itterrblehrtPooldbla+ln the penalty:paid hy the ^ cic-
thusof IniprOper: iadulgenbe Yanag person. Are too apt
to eemmit - exceseciffrOY not being aware of. Abe &matt
consequences that may z. ensue. .=.lcow, who abet under
stands the subject ma pretend,to.4 -wy that the power ' of
procreation Is lostiuMberty^ thwe falai Into Improper
habits theMbitbeigwitdeat. MetOdee being dent* the
pleasuredef healthy ,cdilprlng; the meet retinue.; de,
strootive symptom. to . both body . toter ',Mind yise.
-Tbe , yetem becornox deranged, the, ph y sical and *end
functionsweaken_ - 'MY of ptcloreativo:-Idgwer,
Irritability; d palpitation.. of the lawirt,ipdigestion,
.conatitu debility !tonging of the frame, 0611 ibr con
sninptton, decay and death.
Otaras No. 7, Sacra FREDIMICIC STREET,
Lett band side going tram , Dltimere. liareet, tt few doors
from the corner. Fail not to ebsorire naafi, aig,Mitaber.
Letters must be paid and coolant astatrip: Tite,Tiodoes•
Diplomas lung intis Olga.
Meinher of the Royal College of Surgeons, Louden,: grad
nem frpm oar of the most eminent collages In the United
Stateeiiend-the'ender pert Of. wbOwillfelbal, been spent
in the.hospitals,of London, Parts Philadelphia and else.
whom has effected stuns elite liOst 'astonishing, Mares
that were ever known ; Malty troubled witkiii 3 Ousli the
head, end ears when asfeep,..orst 'nerrpnittnetta,
slummed at sudden sounds, , bashfulness, ;"with : frequent
blushing, attended sometimes with derangement - Of mind
were cured immediately.
RR PARTICULAR NOTICE
these aro - sorsa of _the sad and melancholy effects pro:
ducsd by early habits of youth,vla : irealimatiof the back
and Malts, pahtern , the. head, dinuissi :of idEbt, loss •of
muscular PutvergelPtlldas °Ohs heart, dyspepht ner
vous, irritability,.symptoms otomMiumption, ka
— iiilartlitt—The t*ibl'oagota - ori the =MO: ale much
reb l ingsa
to be dreadelciii 'of Memo c ontusion of Ideas,' de
premion of spirits, sill to • aventiony.to.-soctety,
.seff °distrust, love , opolltmyttimi ty, &c pre some of
the evils Produced. - •
. . _
Who have, injUred themselvrs by . a .cerhuu practice In
44;0 in #ten alone, a habit fretthentlyle)lrned from
1119/1 CoMrllllol23, Or at Elcboo4 the' itrects" Or Which are
nightly;even Urban Aloe', and if not,cared. tenders
marriage In pox anedestroys both mind • and body,
abould,e.2piyi mmedlately. , . _
Wfikia t hat a young NUM ..., the hopetir Ma country,
theAa, ram of his parents, should sinttche4 from all
prospects Mid'anioyments of ur6 . ,..by the consequence of
deviating from the path of nature add '13414414 in'a
certain apoet, habi t • Such Peithatt33rost;bodie eontem
, , .
Reflect that a sound mind and body are the mostneocssary
reqnis Res. to promote Cslnautilailiats.; • And eed With
.out tbosei the joursasy.throug4llre•mes weary pll
- ; the prespeckhOurly duke* to ,the.,fiew ;: the
mind becomes shadowed with itespair indliled:With the
melancholy reflectionibat: the -happiness of, another be.
Domes blighted with our. owt,
Djiiv.Aßß OF Dd:FRUIDEINCE
• 'When the misguided and imprudent votary of pleasure
lindilte has imbibed: the . seeds of this paWnl distutse„lli
too often happens that as !Mimed sense Of -Shame or the
dread of discoveridefershim from artplyingto those who
from education and respectability, can alone &friend him.
He fallafinto the hands cA L rant and designing pretend
ers, who, Incapable • of gua Me pecuniary ~sub•
stance, heap him trifling moo after month, or , as longas
the smallest fee can be obtained, and TM despair leave him
with ruined health to sigh AVM IHNlPPuilltmurds
or, by the use of the deadly ..poison, Mercury, hasten the
%ions of the Head.. Nose, Skin , etc.„ progressing
with frightful rephli T ty lirt t death puts'alstriod:te his
dreadful sufferings by sending him to that undiscovered
country from wheaten° traveler returns,
- INDORSEMENT OF THE PRESS.
The many thousands cared at iliayear . anet_
yea; sad; the numerous important aunical eperatiaila
pe d onw il o y Dr, Joisreask witnessed by the sepertetsir
the-Sma r Apper,mad many other= Ices orliello4"
have apPege4. 11 4.,., Igwn before th e public, teiddell
his ateeding as a g en tleman of character and reeponal
bill4. guarantee to the guided/
N pTcr9I 4 I) I B'..grPERDILY Ctflolls.
Oilleepto47iBeuth Frederlek Street.;
"THE. UNION NOW AND..FO4EVER."—Webster
Hougyjw-,., yERNESDAT EVENING„ MARCH 4864. c:
GLAD - OM FOR 'Tilt: tftwotriTuNATp
Ta t e LONG-9-0110HtFOR
= • DISO4DViRED: AT:LAST. •
L rol eee e
11 . di
CEIT.ROW IttyVTION . !
COMYOUND,FD: -BROIL ROOTS, BitHEE AND LrufirEl f
' - C/TEROKKEE REMEDY, qiegrefzt Indian Diuretilk
. ilia:ei All . Itie.#o 'e. the joinery 'Mims,. Mich as inointi
ienct c, itiglM* . iiiffairtintaiiii . of tielikiddek; iiijkoit ,
Matirm Of l *:'./ qiiiips, Stone in ' the madder, strictitin
or4vel, Gieti,:: ' and it aiifeitAy/i-ecomprided
il**ccolll L ! itriiii(fr IntiAit fii fentaiiij-(ickere
cql,e 014 ,:rau*ui: iliii4es hank.stsffed r :' ; - c '' '''' ' ) 1
sor It M MealMee Mit litgliii'auAlitatad'fortiiii i
dose enly being froinntei.tiktraniNds i tlanserthiik
IberithkY: - ,:., , - - - .7 „ ...':'
ler It is diuretic and adterallvoilzilts action, purifying
and cleansing the Nook caushwit Aglow_ in all Of its
Iff i Pftl il l*t ill i. 1 4;v113 1. 1112° _g_ vi i:tit 'II
all ;emelt - Ms - cantos tflifell'havo indu
CHEROKEE INJECTION-Is intended as an ally or assist-
KtifoRMEROKEERENEDY airl.shoplitfbeurCill 1
conjunction with thA • niedi&is Mall &direr Om/Al*
Gleet, Furor 40us or IT'ilies. Its effects are healing,
'iotitifeo'''Miii 16mukilitf riii~ iilrecilding; 'bilk
chordee and pain, instead-of-thalurning and almost un
cinshirahletnaln that is, experienge4 (irk nearly all tire '
cheap quack injections. -
-;41001.V the ; u4 O ! ) f- tite. ; OO3l)KEE I,„pbrErq and
CHEROKEE INJECTIO 4 S-the two iiii+Mciii - eiiii the
time--011mprxier kiphariiiii are.removel, and the weak
eta. 'OrgAtti.ll4ll.aedt6 o -443toreir tom" •fuil ''vigor' and
"Jaar , For full particulars,. let our pamphlet from any
ding store in the.cOnntryr,orwrite,us, and we wilt: nail
Trite, to any 'addiess, atoll tiesdlfjc.•.: , j Li
Price, '!CIIERCINEE REIdRDI4 $2 • IDor 10 9-Ithyfor
threeliotUeil far ( ss:'3l ' - ro
Aip-Pricie;CHEOHEE INJECTION, $2 per. bottle, or
tbiie bottles ter ••• 1 . • ' : • •
sail Red - liy eipride to any addrefie on ;receipt,+ of
at- Rold •
, • ' 'DR. NV: N.litiOnNlz CO.,
marlo-erily • No. 52 Li street, New York.
' Tot • .
• .:Ikk(YTA A 84.411. E) AND -IOELVEE. ,
An Watling cursjin• 4Fon'unknrheet; Siatiaid" Wit&
nest, Roder/Kt Batissioris; and ail disc= caused by setf_ .
pollittUnilne%, eaten of kore vaimisai iLauittule,
rains inthe Back Disown of Virton, Premature Old,dye
i ffr es i D lfF tl i t er 8 r e 004 1 . ... 1 , Trmb li Nfr
nese, .eruptions en thiPinx,` .ethe 4 Cntntennnee,,'
Consumption, sad all fAe.rliW cesstplaints caused by de.
• Anyerlds medicine .Is.a.4tirnpin , vegetable extract, and one
on,which all can rely, as it,ttas been : used in tag .. practice
for many y years, and Wl' th — onsizi ids 'treated; It . has not
failed in a single instance Its curativepowers have been
:sufficient to gain victory over the most stubbom case.
To those who have trilied;yrith, their Con4itution,
until they think ihemsehree,beyand the, reaeh,of trkedi*
aid; we Would say, Despair fiats_ the ihmoincir Cum will
restore you to kcal& andlrigorintutafter . all quack doo
tors ha4.e tailed f - - , ,
ge‘ii Circular .any _Drug
Store In the country; or write tiie ftropriatiir, who will
matl freeio any one desiring tin) flame, n full treatise In
.. • -
,Sl-14e.es $2 per bottle, or tliree bottles for, 'ss, and'
py:mcifyi!sto all gait 'pt the world. •
„Groot by all respectable druggists oriiryWbere.'
DR. W. It. accawnt
marlo eotp.y 59 141)rty street, New York.
(o:g;b't_- - k . w.t - ,15 - •":it(.o,ts':;Eg:
WARDaft:alp:Yr 0.13 , 1147 Btrauir,
W4snowyroW, 1): 11;Fata 19; leoc
WILL he so d at I ) ,4ihlie ,Ateitie# to the,
highest bidder, at tittplaqw*fid (Ikea rilimod be-,
At Lebanon, Penna., 300 Biro* Friday 25th March,
At Wilkeabarre, Penna., eep Ito*, Tuesday, 29th
• Thiiee, Horses have been: cmate*l4 as for the
Vey:dry:service of the tialtettatater, r
-' For read dnd farni piniposed many- good bargains may
Sala btigttrat•-10 ar...; a d toittiruie.4aity all are
sold "• -f . .
Terms Cash, in United States Treasnr4oteli MAY
- • - JAMES A. EgIN,
feb2o4tt4so: Nor Rtpuiemistericarphrßureau.
fr T. F. WAT 4 04C0N,_
ti*F . ACT7h * d,R,
PREPActED to tilifirtsh and cost the .eg
teeter of Beltdintutwittatie MASTIC CEMENT, on a
stew system.• This material is :entirely different from all
other cements used heretitfOre,.and in the - only reliable, •
iseperiabiblit Costing for'outside work. Mond with pro
per proportions of pure Lluseed - 011 It forms a solid, dory-,
We adhesiveness to - Brick-or Stone Walls, making a bO9l
- fine woter proof atuilice and With
~.0 3,14 to *well'
Stone or any color dumbed. ••
Among others for *hoot nave aPpliett the Mastic Ca.•
ment,,lrefer to the followintgentlemen:
341 Stmell e -4esidence, Penn street, Pittsburg.Pittsburg. m, 44 if .
J. H,'Bticientarger reeldentie, towrencoville.
A.' Homier; • . 4 , 44
James WCandlesa, ' 4 Allegheny city.
Calvin Mani; " street., Pittsburg.
James Wood, owner St. Charles HOW, "
hun Vohel, Girard House,"
Barr di Moser, architects Dispatch Buildings, "
John B. Ca; residence, Front street; Harrisburg, Pa.
Phase addreal. T. F. WATSON,
P. O. 8;5'1,306, Pittsburg, Fa ,
feblll-418m or,"Penok- Bousiohinisburg, Pa.
4 kgraPlL Albuirgu 4
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sit (marl.% BEltGalnrallarAP prECSTOR.Ei.
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HOUSE OP T RE.PRESENTAVIVES2:
ipIiNSDAY, Mar& 2,i4 186-1:1
The IloloCiliet 'a't 34 -at. . '
# afternoon wes spent *4l4' OeConitte gnat paiatiageiff nu
merona bi is On' .0 private
When the eileridarquld been , condaded,
Mr. PANOCIAtT, on- leave given, read in
piece an act to incorporate the Union passen
ger railway.coffipany,'df Philadelphia.
On matiOn t bf-Nr, PANT:OAST, the' orders
w.erd.seitpindedi and'the•• Efahee'proeeeded
the consideration of 'the' bill; •v(hich,l after , nu
animated "d*oitiiiiiinNag referred to the Ocuni-
Otteci on pitfriititieri4efitailroadff. • •
t b itioNtlig 4 4oAlo- I * . Y. 14 e0stat t •
•,- , lWetonitaithd. to4/Vklbemhere-61.WetiT,,pgis
'Mee tile , ititiOla;•fifo*itho PhiladelphiaArn
day #brniag 21rpe.9.upon;the' subject of.
We'_titaNderit*** l 9:. 9n.ti1194 1. G°l 4 P rats '
While the sentiment of the phblie and the
press generally is decided as to the utility And
convenience of -passenger railways, and their
great advantages, - both •in economy of time,
and money.to. the inhaldWits• of a widely ex
tended city like Philadelphia, there are some
two or three; of .44 joignals whoa are contiu
,r t ganist the extension of
their privileges, or an "increase in their num.-.
ber by legislative' enactment; and heart-rend
ing appeals aPpear,. in a certain daily evening
Paper; the Legislature beet,- create any
'more. The 'only -reasen.v. hastier, .which
are urged against their ' • increase, 'are
'thesethat•--: there •• are now sufficient', to
meet the wrOits.V.- of the •community and
'that more would be an ineumbrance upon the
streets where laid;and unprofitable. to thobe en
gaged in them; the argument is ill-foun4ed—
the latterireaSon affecting only the subscribers
and• shareliolders, who seem - willing to-.take
that risk, else they . would not become so; and
the former reason -)STractically refuted by the
fact' that the tide - of vehicular travel • sets al
-most wholly in the directions where rails are•
laid,- rather than -t0 the--tobble pavements,
clrivera being suifteiblitly abqnsinitti with the
laws of- ifittaritl'plillosopliy. to' knew - that , Alie
rehisthiice of friction is luoritiilifir everbome
by their' horses over a smooth' surface than a
rough one. There are several bills now be
fore We Legislature. of purl State, :which, if
pasall; 'will give tie as many rblabs--and
all of which we hope to see become laws, as
sured as we are in - our own minds that it will
belitenbilti to thereify:-iindf the community '
generally; and we have sufficient confidence
in the desire of, our representatives, at.Earris !
burgito.further,the interests of PEillidelphi
to feel that they will . ,eatisfy thennielves that
ariph is the Case before "granting ;mph lagisla:
tion. The fact that.the of the new
roads,now conteinplated;is notopPesehY the
roads in exiatenee 7 ---, all otwhicli prope rl y con
ducted,.,-,are , 'Making - handsome profits for
-their 'shareholders—shows that these inter
ested believe there is still.room for Others,
and. for them to , continue , odo a large
paYindi:li_nainess. 'Opposition • has been cal
led , the life:. of trade ; its is certainly the
life of paseengeFS . ,reiiWayifi-7tlie more facili
ties and conveniences of the greater
'will' be .the• number -of passengers; and the
less the distance td be walked before one is
able to get a car, the: greater will be the
temptation-to Ada Again ! , the necessity
for exchange or .commutation tickets will
bevadyel 41gateraise of „roAdwhich
RI 4 Aand:Afec cheaper
leol iarrr thilns?
this-will betiartioularly the case with the
diagonal routs projected—as, for instance,
if a ~persero can elide from the . Nagy Yard
to Parini:4g, withoutr'change'df oars and
for one fare. To-assert, as the papers we refer
to dopthat those roads are theoffsprizof Mere
speculator-A and in the same line to A' that
they will not pay, and are not needed, is simply
-ahsiardi for, tha.spepulatm, would.realize little
from *theh'eftateOf that were the ease,: But
this is only a repftition of the old out-cry,
which has lost all ite - weight and effect. The
public have,found the utility of this , system
of travel, and will riatroniza it to almost any
extent. Tlui Wei - price of grain, and prov-••
'eider-foil:l:writes; is filth - icing •many persons
who - formerly kept private conveyances to
abandon them add use the cars instead; and
- the greater' the ease and comfort with which
they can ride,- &eater will lecthe inducement
to do so. Skeet ar nthgeinent of the Arch
street road,', by. - which' they qui - - double the
Minkber of cars over a4mrtiCiftif their route,
the receipts have almost doubled, and that
without any gdditional expense to the cora
- We are in favor of every legifiiative facility
being secoided to these improvements. " They
-bring distant points close together, , and equal
ize the +aim of property, as well as stimulate
the erection of houses at place W-which would
otherwise he almost inaccessible from the
heart - of the - P - tity: - revenue to the city'
treasury . azalea., ineressed. through his
means, not only by the taxes paid by the
• roads themselves, for the privilege of run
ning their cars, but by the improvement of
.real estate ; at the same time affording a safe
and , renumerative methOd for the diSposition
and investinent of capital which could' scarcely_
be employed but for this. Every Alia that
is.built ankpnt into operation, does an Ml
portant part in the'improvement of property
along the • route; and "houses gent and sell
more readily on the line. We commend these
fads, which are indisputable, to the attention
of the litislathre, and , trus t
p tluiy will meet
attention they deserve. 'We do not be.;
have that Philadelphia was' ever represented
at HaririSburg by gentlemen who had the, in
terests and`welfare of the, city more at heart,"
and' in whose hands the rights of their con
stituents were more safely_placed or sure to
'be regarded,. and who will protect us ageinst.
any evilsegislatio which might occur in:passenger
Neat Dow at -119 me.
Poulson) March 22.. ,.
General Neal . Dow arrived M the nom train,
aad Was received the 'city - autVorities and
a i detachment:d tioppi from camp BeitY -- =
au the 'Qhurch bells "arcepealisti, IrgeoMe for
Fl iom VEIv OR
I:YjErrICT_TC"-1 1 .1 V .t; XIME.
NO COAL TD BE SHIPPED TO CANADA;
ID A MA•G iB
' • NEW. 71-cnar i
Gold fell after the•second; board to Si. 631. ,
taw!, & 2 =PrenticesshodiloY factory, in:Pearl
street: . destroyed bYlan to-day.,
Secretary of the Treaiaary has given
Oiftlielirders'zkohiblting. the • shiproenpiof
Amerie coal fa Canada'-
- The full to-day gave , .averdict of $3OO darn-
ages' again-it thcflApress` iewspaper for:libel.
THE 'CAL FOR aomoo
Qtiotas of the 1? - arioxia r
- ' •
• WumorevroN, Max& 22..
The following JIB the statement fi,ichv the
quota of the se.yeral'Statpiffor the President's
call '61,200,000 men of`March 14th, 1864, vith
all credits "dedneted from or deficiency Added
theretd, excepting veteran volunteemtn . filaFe.l4
Ist, , „ •
Maine's quota under call for 200;000, Martii
14,11861, ; numbei 4 to - ber credited, :neat;
deficience2 'to' be chiirgedu 1;920; balpaseelo
'furniAlcal„6;64l: r., :
• New Hampshite's.quota, 2.588 ; 160;
deficiency nom); balance, 2;428. •
- Massachuset's quota, 10,639; credit-none;
deilciency, 9,953; balance, 20,592. , , .
Vermont's•quota, 2,300; credit, 2,X80,. defi
ciency none; halan.., 170.
• Rhode Islarid'e quota; 1.6f38; ercait, 525;
deficiency none:; balarteb, 863; •
Connectiont'S quota4,-168; •oredit s .591; de
ficinney none; bala•nee, % 574 - • -
New York's-, quota, 32,794 ;,.,credit; and de
ficiency, none ; `'nete, n ot yet completed.
• • •;
New Jersey's quota, 6 705 ; creak now
deficiency, 7,520. • :Balance,. 14,224.
Penntlyliania's qu0tai,26,342 ; credit and
deficiency,., none : ; ; note, not yeti, cconglpted.
Delaware's quote ,' 955 Credit, - none'
ciency, 691. 8a1an&i1,676: ; •
Marybind'it 'gnaw 4;817,, credit none; defi
cieney.l7,4ll, ,balanco 21,728.
West Virginia's quota 2,051, credit none rde
ficiency 1,139, ' balanbe 3,190. • • '- • •
' District of bolumbia's quota 1,702, credit
'none; deficiency 3,153, balance '
Ohio's qu0ta20;59.5, credit none; deficiency
• • • -
Indiana's'quota 13;300, f- ciedit-9;9397'daBeinn;•
cy none, balance 3,069. ' •. • .
quOtaylB, 524, tcrefiit, 80,960. •
,credit, 634;- de
ficieney, none; balance,
'Wisconsin's quota, 7;941; balance,' '540.
Minnesota's .quota 2,180; babuice; 5;437'.
• lowa's quota, 6,439; eredit;nqns;deficiency,
6,701; balance, 13,14 Q,
Missouri'ffl qupta, 1,925; creiclit;' nonerde;
,ficiency, 4,962 i balance, 8,887.- -
Kentucky's qfiota, 5,787; credit, ;none; de
ficiency, 9,683; balance, 15;472., -
inasso's qii9ta, 1,409; cr4dit nntr, de
ficiency, 1,118,• balance
The War an TeAtietessee. •
Cuminnwn GAP; 'March Oa;
Lieut. Col ; Davis, of the Tennessee
cavalry, who leas womzied-and taken prisoner
on the 22d of . .Eebniiir3r, has escaped
reached our, lines in safety. He was treated
very inhumanly while in the rebel lum&S. I
Two companies of the 91st Indiana,' While
scouting tip the Virginia road, carne upon the
enemy's' pickets, killing one and Wa.tinding
another. - They returned ; to camp last eVen
ing with four homes, wagnns,,armiS and seven
prisoners, including the notorious rebel guer--
rillas and bushwhackers Green and. Estler,
whilianive long been :a terrorto Union citizens.
March 22.—The Journal's Chat
.clispstch t#iis, on the authority ofi de
iierter.4,that itorgan's command is :still oppo
site Decatur and canniit be mounted owing to
the scarcity - of horsfis.. Deserters from Long
street's army 64, he a, doubtless moving to
jail. Lee. . • •
Movements Of Gen. Grant.;
General left foi WishirOon; at Teeter:lr, in
a• special train. 1 - •
XXXV:tlIth: Pongress-:—FiTst fission.
• ArAszartyrox, March 22.
Mr. Clark ,(N. H.) called hp' the Senate
bill amending the act relating to foreign coins
and coinage of coin, which - was passed. •
The bill provides that the weight of the
cent shall be 48 grains, and composed 94 95
per -cent. of hopper, and fyielief cent. of ilium,
Or tin. • It also provides for the 'coinage of
two cent of the same tointosition. •
Mi. Willey (West Vs.) addressed the,
Senate at length on the bill to promote enlist:
meats, by the freeing of the wives and chil
dren of slaves:
'Arr. IrDougal submitted the following joint
re g olut i on;
Be it resolved, That the .occupation of
Mexico, or ani,parkthereof, by the 'Emperor of
France, why" the pethon indicated' by him as
Emperorof Idesico„ta, an offence to the two
ple of the' `Republic .of the United States of
America. - •
Resolved, That the movement, el: the Gov..'
ernment of France, anitthe threatened move
ment of an Emperor imprqiip by:the Em
peror of .France,_ demand of this Republic, if
masted upon ; war.: j - ,
Mr. Sumner reported from the Committee
Slavery and Freedom - a . tii,prohibit=
commerce in slaves among the,sapenl States,
'and the holding or transportation , human
bpings as property in - any vessel,,lkin the
jurisdiction of the GoverAtMi t i
the misdemeanor of•aiding nqh .. ,..tp *l • s * : y r th„,-
-lion among the States, by lax4p
of live thousand dollars ermt impp EßALme w, of
five years, and ry r oe
in• such.transpertation_by,sea,. _, - -
The billto promotw ezdistanentqlgodled
Up iltiMbri - theAtiglitiCo/ being 4 :0 1 .#0 substi-
Thdibilowing are the rates advertising , to the T.
da.ani Those ~ ..•. : ladTeritsing to do r nlitillid It we
yeapat far gate
Peer Dne . sWal - isas
lints or ifloro than -- Sour CORSI
FOR A nAIS avast
One day -$ 30
Two ... .• . 60
Three days— . 75
One month 3 00
Two months .... . 4.50.
Three months 5 60
Six months 8 00
One year 15 00
sirßasinesca notices insert
berme Massisges and Deaths,
tuts of Mr. Vfison to free wfie and ebildrene
of free recruits. . •
Mr. Willey said he was very destrouslo vote
for the amendment o'f Mr. Wilson; - 'giiiiig --
freedoin to the wife and child of the colored.'
recruit, brit fn the indefinite form in wl4ch,
it was brought before the Senate,he was con
.straitred to cisst his vote for its recommittal`'to the Judiciary Conunittee.
His objection to the amendment was that it
wBdld lead to endless and distressing, diffi
culties. in :the States where those stares re
.side.. He would like to see this constitutional
pKovis' ion for compensation incorporated in
the bill, though he would never rest content
while the wives and children of those men
fighting, Our 'country's battles were held in
ey 'then spoke in oppOsition to the
bad MeSnmnetrlo repeal the fisgltive•slave
act. sllie Senite went.iiitoiesecutive•seinion
. ROUSE ItAP.B.EMiT4tOO ' ;„
The House, manned the consideration of
of the Raritan and Delaware bay
company's bill: • • ' ' "
Messrs. Starr and - Rogers, of New Jersey,
*posed it as an infringement of the rights of
the State of New Jersey.
.(lYlass.,) from the Committee
tif Commerce, reported a ' bill, whith -was
passed, authorizing the Swetaryof the Trea
sury to . stipulate,*ir: thedrelease from.attach
ment, or ,other process, of property claimed
by the - United States ; in other *olds ; to en
able the Government to make arrangements
to use the property it wants without:waiting
for legal process. . -
On motion of. Mr. Randall, (Pa.,) a resolu
tion was passed authorizing the Secretary of
Nair to institute inquiries as to the murder of
Capt- !Theodore Beed.,. of Philadelphia; on
leuagier Sound,- Chesapeake Bay, by pirates.
The House passed the. Senate bill author
izing the President to negotiate a treaty With
certain It:Arians of Southern Oregon for the
acquisition of laud. arid...appropriate twenty
Mr. Washburnc, froin the Com
mittee on Commerce, reported a bz7l, - which
was passed,' requiring proof that fishermen
have paid the duty on foreign salt before
being paid the bounties provided for by law
The object is to prevent frauds on the tren
snr-Y—fishernien having procused salt for the
army through the British Provinces, and the , i
The billpiussed. over with the expiration of
The Honed' next considered the bill reported
Davis, from the • special committee to
provide: civilgovernment to States usurped or
.overthrown by the rebellion.
Mr. Davis (Ma.) Made a speech in ftivor of
giving the rebellions States a republican gov
ernment without slavery, which was the cause
of rebellion, Hq opposed the President's
plan . of reconstruction as impracticable. re
garding emancipation as not valid but to be
detenmned as a judicial 'question.
Mr. Bo.reman made a speech against sktrery,
Mid advgeated the bill. -AdjoitrriPd.
Po=Asn, Match 22.
The steamer Chesapeake will be: delivered
to her owners and will be disdained here.
Flour dull; 1,500 Ws.- extra familyeold at
$6 87W1 50 end some fancy at $B, receipts
continue light; small sales rye flour at $6;
cornmeal 4thet; wheat held with more &m
-ud* sales- 4,000 bush. prime red at $1 60
and malliots of white at $l, 75®1 95; small
.rye at Si 25; corn advanced lc. and
100014:Ish, yellow sold at S 1 13(x31 2b ; - pats
.sell'lreely at 83084; cotton dull at' '740;
clOver seed ranges 'from $6 7507'00; flax
'seed at $12501 30; provisions move slowly,
Was 2;000 bbls. beef hams at $22; mess pork
at $23 50; hams in salt at 13c and in pickle
at 14C; lard if 16C; petroleum is in better re
quest; sales of 1,000 bbls. crude at 30c;1,060
bbls. reined in bond at 48c and 600 bbls free
at 574658 c; s`oo bbls. whisky sold at 93@,95.
Clothing, Camp and Garrigon Egnippage.
following list of Condemned Malting,
.1 Camp and Garrison Emaippage will be sold Public
Auctiory on Wednesday, March 30th, 1864, af . 7.0 O'clock.
A. 3L, at the Depot of Clothing and "Egnippkge, at Camp
Harrisburg. Pa., viz:
227 Painted Ponchos.
84 Ti r ooien B/ankeis.
261 ggspital Bunkiii(ooden.)
222 Common Tents.
35 Wall Tams.
23 Van tint Flak
`1 Sibley Tani
Payment mimired in U. $. Treasury Notes.
HENRY C. ROGERS,
Captain and A. Q. 41., Li- S. Vols
Itarrbkburg, Pa., Idarch 18,1864.
1:10RTFOLIOS ! PORTFOLIOS ! !
JL 'CIOSSIERN and Bacton Boards a fine assort
reentOnst. received at; BOOKSTORE .
11.• T E W I N. E
FINE BLACKBERRY:and ELDERBERRY WM& --
Wanantetpura For saint
PRP W. DOCK, JIL, & CO.
Dwelling For Sale."
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Second street., below iktulberry. - For -particulars
at Ito. 3 Market Square. [rulitl.-BOYEF...b KOERPF.R.
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