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lIENRY C. ORTH,
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VIOLIN.—Torms reasonable 1 Third street,
and Chestnut streets. ju4-3m
fiILYDERFUL DISCOVERY AND WONDERFUL
n . R. J. M. CREAMER would respectfully
in tie public in general and the diseased in
, that he has opened an office in South Second
I,low Chestnut, Harrisburg, Pa., where he wil!
all ;:i.xases entrusted to his care,in accordance with
:FV:1 , 111 discovered and taught by Prof., C. liolless,'of
with whose institution lib bas been dm
dail to whom he takes pleasure in referring the
iaformetion with respect to his success in con
arl;;;;ing the system with uncertain medical agents.
eii performed by Magnetism, Galvanism and other
a.idic,iti.ins of Electricity, without shocks or any un
sensations. After an Electrical Diagnosis, a
,:,riraDt , will be given, if desired by the patient. For
iilermatien call and get a pamphlet which con
:des liea.treds of certificates from medical men and Cith
.•s tirritsg the superiority of this system of practice
•iv.' ail ethers. Consultation free. Office hours 9to 12
m., 1 to 5 and 7 to 9 P. 3f.
DR. J. MILTON CREAMER
DR. J. BITE'S
iI:LLOW WATER POWDER
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f\ TiTtlicG a practice of many. Years in this
comulbulty, DR. RITE has satisfied himself that, this
vastly superior to any other article in use
FOR THE CURE OF
great service to Horses. that have °st their
HIDEBOUND, FOUNDERED, .
Also, that it will prevent
tILANDERS, COLIC AND THE BOTH
fiattifully used two or three times a week—invigo
Fot Invoring the condition of a Horse, he asserts there..
no better medicine, as it. will strengthen the stomach
and c.s.skt digeflion, cleanse' the intestines of offensive
mutter, and ccgoloic the bowels when costive, purify then
Wood and proiticte digestion—thns.theskfin is kepthoose, ,,
the puree ure opened and a lean, scabby Home becomes
kt and comely.
The Powder can be usedfor Cattle, Sheep and Hogs with
P.roctions with package.
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E A T, • •
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ENGLISH AND AMERICAN PICKLES,.
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WHOLESALE Als.7) RETAIL DEALST. IN
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, % 1 1 Chocolate Drops,
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Vegetables In season,
Hominy and Beans,
Cakes - and Crackers,
Sweet and'irisb Potatoes,
Green and Dried Fruits,
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BY GEORGE BERGNER.
1311 — AS discovered the most certain, speedy
and effectual remedies in the world fgt. •
DISEASES OF MERIIDENCE
RkLIEF.iN SIX TO 111 , 16LVE BOUM.
NO MERCURY OR NOXIOUS DRUGS
A Cure Warranted, or Ro Charge, in from One
Weakness of the. Back, Affections of the Kidneys and
Madder, Involuntary Discharges, linpotency General' De
bility, Nervousness, Dyspepsia, Languor, Low Spirits,
Confusion of Ideas, Palpitation of the Heart, Timidity,
Tremblings, Dimness of Sight or Giddiness, Dimas of the
Head, Throat, Nose or. Skin, 'Affections of •the 'Liver,
Lungs, Stomach .or .Bowels—those ten - ible• . disorders
arising from the Solitary Habits of Youth—those secret
and solitary practices attire fatal to their cleft= than the
song of Syrens to the MarinerSof plysses,•blighting their
most brilliant hopes or anticipations, rendering marriage,
impossible; • ; ,
Especially, who have become the victims of Solitary Vice,
that dreadful and destructive habit which annually sweeps
to an untimely grave thousands of Yoting Men of, the
most exalted talents and brilliant intellect, who might
otherwise have entranced listening Senates with the then.
dens of eloquence or waked to ectasy the liVing lyre, may
call with full confidence.
Married persons, or Young Men contemplating marriage,
being aware of physical weakness, organic debility, defor
mities, &c., speedily cured. •
He who places himself under the care of Dr. J. may re
ligiously confide.M.his kansr. as a gentleman, and confi
dently rely upon his skill as a Physician.
inmediately cured, and full vigor restored.
This distressing affection—which renders life miserable
and marriage imposs ible—bs the penalty paid by the vic
tims of improper indulgence. Young persons are too apt
to commit excesses from not heing,aware of the dreatifiii,
consequences that may ensue. Noir who that: under
stands the subject will pretend to deny that the power of
procreation Is lost sioOner bykiltarsis falling -Into Improper,
habits than by the pludent. ,Ilesides being deprived the
pleasures oftealthy offspring, the Most. eerious_and, de
struttive Symtitoms' to ..both body and, mind arise;.
The systembetomes - deranged, the physical and mental
functions weakened, loss, of procreative power,' nervous
Irritahility dySpcipsia, palpitation of the heart, iiidigiation,,
constitutional debility, a wasting of the frame, ccugh, con
sumptiou, decay and death.
OrElds'No. 7, SOUTH FarIIERION. STREET,
Left hand side going from Baltimore street, a few doors
from the comer. Fail not to observe name and number.
Letters must be paid and contain a stamp. The Doctor's
Diplomas bang in hisofbce.
Member or the Royal College of Surgeons, London, grad
uate from ono of the most eminent colleges in the Mailed
States, and the greater part of whose life has bean spent
in the hospitals of London, Palls, Philadelphia, and else
where, has °libeled some of the most astonishing cures
that *ere everknOvim ;many troubled with ringing in the
head and ears when asleep, great nervousness, being
alarmed at sudden- sounds, bashfulness, with frequent
blushing, .attendedsometimes with derangement of mind
were oared immediately.
TAKE PARTICULAR NOTICE
These are some of the sad and melancholy effects pro
duced by early habits 'of youth, viz : weakness of the back
and limbs, pains in the head, dimness of sighy loss of
muscular power, palpitation of the heart, dyspepsia, ner
vous irritability, .symptoms or consumption, ike„.
liflorrAt.tv.—The fearful effects on the mind: are much
so be dreaded--lees , tif -memory, confasion of ideas, de
pression of spints, evil forebodings, aversion to society,
self' distrust, love of solitude, timidity, ke., are some of
the evitti produced.
Who have itklured themselves by a certain practice in
dulged in when alone, a habit frequently learned from
evil companions, or at school, the effects of which aro
nightly felt, eveirw•hen asleep, and if not cured rendera
marriage. Lagos sible r and destroys both mind,; and body,
What tY. , t hat a young man, the hope of his country,
the darling of. his parents, should . be snatched from all
prospects and enjoymems of life, by the consequence of
demisting 'from. thee path of nature and indalging in a
certain secrethabit. •*satob persons arum, before content
platitag . . .
Reflect that a sound mind and body are the most necessary
requisites to promote connubial happiness. Indeed, With
out these, the journey through life becomes a weary pil
grimage; the prospect hourly darkens to the view ; the
mind becomes shadowed with despair and filled with the
melannholt reflection that, thei latpplturss of another.
comes blighted with our own.
003 NMI WO M u allowto
When the misguided and Imprudent votary of pietism°
finds he has imbibed the seeds of this painful dism - mjz
too often happeirs that, an 'Tillman sense of
. sludne or o.e
dread of discovery defers him:from applying to those who
from education' and: can alone 1!-.rfienah.bri•
He falls into the hands of ignorant and designing pretend
ers, who, incapable of cruing,,ilich his pecuniary sub
stance, keep him trifling month after month or as long as
the smallest fee can be obtained, and stn despairleave him
with ruined health to sigh over hligalling disappointment,
or, by the use of the deadly poison, 'gem* hasten the
constitutional symptoms of tills terribledisease,snch =affec
tions of the Head, Threit, -- litoSe Skin, etb.,ltraaessinS
with frightful rapidity till death puts 'a perfaid'llo his
dreadful sufferings by sending him to that undifrocrieral
country from whence no traveler returns. • '
INDORSEMENT OP THE PRESS
The many thousands tired at this instltitten year alter
yea, and the.. numerous important au Meal eperattona
'performed by I>s Johnson, , witnessed by. the teperpnp of
ttlie Sun Clapper, hraimuntypothei*peknotiote ot which
have appearediagaimmmddigelnhetspi the palls, besides
his standing as a . gentlauut chowder.
bility, is ftsulliettetat gu.srantestoldie,afftitted.
" .84,12CzDTST13 - 917 - I.33VINEDMY CURED.
cedio.rriSouth PrederielL Striet4
to Two Days
`THE UNION NOW AND FOREVER."
HARRISBURG, PA., THURSDAY EVENING, MARCH 24, :1864
OR, ESSENCE OF LIFE.
Prepared from Pure Vegetable. Extracts, containing noth
ing hilarious to the most Delicate:
,EAV-The Rejuvenating Elixir is the result of modern
discoveries in the vegetable kingdom; being an entirely
new and abstract method of cure, irrespective of all the
old and worn-out systems.
inr : This medicine has been tested by, the most eminent
medical men of the day, and by-them ,pronounced to be
one of the greatest medical discoveries of the - age
441 - One bottle will cure General Debility.
inr A few dove cures Hysterics in`fentales'.
~t- -- One bottle come Palpitation of itie'tileart.
girA feel - doses restores the organgof generation.
Aar From one to three bottles restores the raanlinem
and full vigor of youth. .
Aff-A few doses restores the appetite.
.Three bottles.cures the wont case of Impotency.
HA few doses cured tee low spirited.
t;' , -One bottle restore mental potrer.
Ae'Afewdoses bring tho rose to the cheek.'
mar This medicine restores to manly vigor and robuit
health the poor, debilitated, worn-down' and despairing
devotee of sensual pleasure. , , •
..,ear-The lidless , enervated youth, the over-tasked man
df business, the victiin . of a "nervous . depression, the in
dividual suffering from general debility, or from weakness
of a strwla organ, will all find Immediate and permanent
relief by the use of this Elixir or Essence of Life.
ARy7Price, per bottle, or three bottles for $5, and
forwarded by express, on receipt of . .rneney, to any ad
,W-Sold by all druggists everywhere.
DR. W. K biERWIN & CO.,
• Sole Proprietors,
marll-eodly No. 59 Liberty-street, New York
CH P.ROKEE PILLS
CERTAIN'AN.D 'SA P.N,
':gar For the Roma] of Obstructions and the insurance
of Regularity in the Recurrence of the
Monthly Pe riods.
Lifie-They cure'or obviate those numerous diseases that
spring from , ' Irregularity, by removing the irregularity
'. . -
Re They cure Suppreaarat i Excessive and Painful Men
,per: They cure Green 5id:13033 (Chlorosis.) .
.@ They cure Nervous and• Spinal Affections, pains in
the Linehan:id-lower parts Of the Wan HeaVAta,r - bAgo°
on slight exertion, Palpitation of the Heart, Levin#:l,4lf,
Spirits, Hysteria, Sick HeadsAhail Oiddinni In
word, by removing the Irregularity, they remove the
ettliSe, and with It etr ttiti &Teets thht spring froth It.
LlSir:Pottwpsedof Simple yegetable extracts, they son:
tato''nothing deleterious to , ,any constitution, hO'*eyer
delicate, their function being to substitute strength for,
weakness, which, when-properly utod, they never fail to
, Aie-They maybe stifelrused at 'anyEiitie, and at any
perioc, EXCEPT DCRISG TEE KEST, THREE MONTIIS, durlpg
which the nnfidlingnature,of their action would infallibly
PREVENT pregnancy. • •
4yrAll letters seeking information or advice will be
promptly, freely find discreetly answered,
236sirFtdi directions accompany each box. •
Jay-Pike, $1 per box, or six boxes for $5.
$ Sont'by mall, free of postage, on receipt of pribe.
Jity-5014 bynil respectablerdruggista.
. DR. N. P. MERWIN & CO., Sole Proiiriotors.
maril-oodly No. 59 Liberty street, New York.
WAR DEPA.RTYLID=ALRT BURSAR,
WASHISGTON, D. C., Feb. 19, 1864.
1 0[7111T, be sold 'at Public Auction, to the
V highest bidder, at the places and dates named be.
At Lebanon, Penna., 309 Horses, Friday 25th March.
At Wilkesbarre, Penna., 800: ;Horses, Tuesday, 29th
March. • ' • .
These Horses have been condemned as unfit for the
Cavalry service of tbe .13inited States Army.
For road and farm purposes many, good bargains may
Horses will be sold singly. '
Sales begin at 1.9 x., and continneAbiliy, All all are
Terms Cha t in
. Uniled StatOs Trenry,biotes only.
feb291.11,M29 Chief:Quartermaster, titvalOttireau.::
T. F. WATAOX,
r i rrTSl3lTitGry Pat:;;
TS PREPAIE' Dto iamb% 'coat the ex
terior of Buildings:with the MASTIC CEMENT, on a
new system. This material is entirely different from all
other cements used heretofore, arid is 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 Slone Walls, making a beau
tiful, tine water proof surface and finish equal to Brown
Stone or any, color desired:
Among others for whom/ have applied the Mastic be
wilt;l refer.to the following gentlemen:
• J. Bissell, residence, Penn street, Pittsburg.
J. D. M'Cord, " " . • .
J. H. Shoenberger deuce, Lawrenceville,
A Hoeveler, "
James " Allegheny city.
Calvin Adams, " Third street, Pittsburg.
James Wood. owner St. Charles Hotel;
William - Votiel, Girard House, "
Bart .k Moser, architects Dispatch Building "
John 8. - Cos, residence, Front street, Harrisburg, Pa.
A. J. Jones,
Please address T. F. WATSON,
P... 0. Box 1306, Pittsburg, Pa,
feblB-dem or, Penna. House, Harrisburg, Pa.
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Front our Morning Edition
THE VICE PRESIDENCY.
The Policy of the. National Admihistra-.
lion to Crash Itebellion.
The Position of a Pennsylvania
[From the Blair County Whig.]
The chief work before the Union National.
Convention which is to meet in Baltimore in
June next, appears to be the nomination of a.
Candidate for the 'Vice Presidency. Who shall
be President, the People, the masseshave de
ternained without consulting leaders or poli
ticians, and even with more precipitation and
hurry, and less sober reasoning than was
Proper for so momentous an , act. However,:
for good or evil, they have willed that Honest
Old Abraham shill and will be re-elected.
They trust to his individual honesty, and rely
upon the march' of events and the expres
sion.of public sentiment safely to' lead the
country through the still more trying times of
settlement and paciheatioxi. But who shall.
be second on the ticket?. Shall it again be
Hannibal Hamlin of Maine, who' never has
!ailed in expressing in clear and unmistak
able words his firm and hearty support of the
most vigorous measures of the Administration?
-Shall it be Joseph Holt of Kentucky, who in
a corrupt and rotten A.dmhaistration, amongst
traitors and thieves, remained pure, honest
and patriotic? And who since then has elec
trifled the loyal North with words of comfort
and cheer -whenever he has opened his lips.
Shall it be Henry Winter Davis of Maryland,
now leading the van of loyal border State
men who have shaken off the thralls of
." Conservatism" in order to prove the
clearness of their political vision and the
undoubted soundness 'of their political
faith by advocating -without restraint Uni
versal Emancipation ? Or, again, shall it be
Pennsylvania's own Simon , Cameron, who was
the-first member'of ;the 13 atCne t to, point out
to the nation that its safety; ay in preparing
for a long war? Who told them that the slave
must be, freed and then armed, who made
contracts for arms which with his far-seeing
eye he saw would- all be needed, for which at
the time he was censnred, but is now praised.
Who , led off in; that policy of enlisting negroes
which had at last to be adopted, and which if
his plan had been allowed would not have
taken from our, anidsL2l colored persons as
Members of the.gtiliant 54th Massachusetts to
her gredit and our shame. We do not wish to
lair= at the just ruling ,that the Statewhich
hatiwtheraverylo xiMitet6iartr -regi
ment Of. colored,eitizenTand: then offer them
as a whole to the GeneralGovemment, should
not. also have the credit of all' thui enlisted
out of States that .were halting in the faith.
But we do wish to urge upon our.citizens
now, since those then hooted ideas have be
come their own, not to forget the; fathers of
the same, not to overthrow the pioneers in the
faith for latter day converts. Remember that
it was Simon Cameron who first told the
Army of the Potomac that slavery was. the
cause of the war,and must fall.
Remember that it was Simon Cameron's re
port as Secretary of War that was then too
abolition and had to be modified by the. Pres
ident, who is now called father of the Emanci
pation Proclamation. That, too, it the time
when Gen. M'Clellan, who was in conirriand
of the Army .cif the Potemac, had slaves es
caping from rebeldom sent into the'prisons of
i Washington to be kept for their masters, until
1 outraged humanity called so loudly that even
the Secretary of State was led to remonstrate.
It was then that Gen. Halleck ordered slaves
to be kept out of our lines,. and Gen: Fremont's
Missouri policy was overruled by the President
himself Let us Pennsylvanians in hearing
praises showered upon the policy and mea
sures of Butler, Banks, Fremont, &c., not for
get that Gen. Simon Cameron of Pennsylvania
was and. is of their opinion ' and from the ear
liest period of the struggle did all he could to
assist them. Tin reviewing the record of &Men
Cameron from the commencement of this Pro-
Slavery rebellion we feel certain that no one
can point to a treinlirnig t ,or halting policy
towards rebels. Why should' he 'compromise
with treason ? A brother murdered by South
ern Chivalry, and himself persecuted on ac
count of "ultraism," his feelings are for the
widoirs, orphans, brothers and sisters of men
slain by Southern murderers, and prevent any
leniency towrads assassins or of saying soft
words to their unhung leaders. Let us then
Permsylvtinimas all rally for Pennsylvania's
uncompromising son. Let us without injuring
other States, do all'we can to show thatme in
Pennsylvania have at least one , radical - leader
who never quakes from untimely attacks of
conservatism, lantwho. Qua par with all th,e
great and good .men name,d from other States
for this high position.
• r ; Y~rr ar.~• ::... r : Y: Yy ; ~ : .
Waorrisiimr, • March l 23, 1803.
The Senate re-assembled at 3 o'clock P. Br.,
Mr. Speaker PENNEY is the chair.
Mr. HOGE called up bill, [Sen. No. 405,[
entitled An act to authorize Bushrod North
rup to erect a ferry- or foot bridge over Oil
Creek at Funkville; eornplanter _township,
Venango county. 'Passed finally.
Mr. HOPKINS called up bill, [H. R., No.
319,] entitled An act, relating to hawkers and
pedlars in Greene county.
On--motion of ..M.r.,SILLTH, the, bill was
amended so as. i to -extend tu Montgomery
county also. Passed
Mr. HOUSEHOLDER -called up - bill, [H.
R. No. 452,] entitled An , act to increase the
pay of jurors and witnesses in the county of
Bedford. Passed finally.
Mr. TITRRELL, from the Committee on
Estates and Escheats, reported, as dolzunitted,
Senate bill No. 407, a further supplement to
an act to authorize the lease of: certain' lands
in Falls township; llucks county,-and the ap
prppriation of the 'proceeds'
Mr. STARK called up bill, .[Sen. No. ,106,]
entitled. An act-to incorporate the Dallas and .
4 1Kin4stun turn company gassed` y..
hfr. CO Galled up • 601,,[11-11,. -- "To.-
23;]rerititled - A. further supplemental) .the act
PRICE TWO CENTS.
to extend Fifteenth and green streets in the
city of-Philadelphia. PaSsed finally.
Mr.: 'GRAHAM,' -on lealie given, •read in
place art act for_the relief of Martin B. Hart
zell, late a collector of.Birminghani borough,
Allegla t 4ny county.
On motion Of Mr. GRSHAM, said -frill was
Considered and passed finally.
_ _ _ _
WILSON called ,up bill, [H. R. No.
100,] entitled An act to abolish two of the
terms of the •court,, of 'Warren county, and to
confer additionatOwers upon the law judges
of the 'Sixth Judicial: district
In Committee of the whole, (Ml'. HOUSE
nownlit' in the chair,) the bill weu3, read,
=lender", so 'reported and passed . Imdlyr • •
HOUSE OF REFRESENTATIVY,S
• ••• ; Waimitanxve,: March 23, 1864.
The House re-essemtgled at 2i P. 'at.
_Senate bill No. 101v4ixtr att presenbing the
time and manner Of !submitting to the people
the propoSed amendments ofthe Constitution
was considered, and 'after 'cliScuskion, referrea
to the Committee on the Judiciary, (genaraL)
House bill No. 373,'a Supplement to an act
to enable joint tenants, tenants: in cozen:ion.
and joint owners of minerallands in this Com
monwealth to manage and develop the same;
was_ passed finally.
House bill No. 274, a supplement to an act
to regulate the sale of intoxicating liquors,
was considered and passed finally.
After the reporting of various bills from
committees, the House, in'ipursuance to joint
resolution on the subject, adjourned till 'Mon
day evening next
• WA_R, NEWS.
Debate in the HOuse of Lords.
Fight Between the Austrians and,Danes
XENV YOltX March 10
The city of Washington, from Liverpool on
the 7th and Queenstown on the 10th of
March, arrived this P. M. at 5 o'clock.
The steamers China and North America ar
rived out on the 6th. The hearing of the appeal
in the House of Lords in the Alexandria case
was fixed for March 11.
Application had been granted for a commis
sion to examine the Paella of Egypt and other
witnesses at Cairo, relative to the steam nuns
seized on the Mersey,
The Danish war was debated in the House
The answer of Denmarli relative to the Con- .
ference was expecte& in a few days: If she
assents negotiationswill be commenced; oth
erwise the war must go on. -.
Lor&ShaftsburTurged that the British fleet
be sent to.the Baltic, to watch the Austrian
Earl Russell said the channel squadron was
at home and could be sent if, desirable, at the
shortest notice. - . .
The Austrians hate made a further advance
towards inland. -•
The investment of Frederick by the allies
was expected in a few days.
The Prussian headquarters were at Monsild
on the frontier Of Irland.
Large Hospital preparations had been Made
The Arehkuke Maximilian continue in Par
is: It is asserted that the loan cannot be ne
gotiated till he is established in Mexieo.
The Bombay mail of February 15t re=
ceived. There are no tidings of the Ala
A. severe fight oe,ensred between the Ats
trians and 'Danes, near Veile. "-Heavy losses
on both sides
The Danes *ere driven back, the allies ad
vancing in great force towards Frederica.
The Rou s e of Lords' debate on Denmark is
regarded as the
. most - hostile parliamentary
demonstration yet made. • .
The Times says.the conntrymill nokplrmge
into war at the bidding of the peers.
The King of Bavit:Fhi is ciitically` iIL
Important to Drafted Men.
PROVOST AIARSHAL GMCFRAL'S OFFICE,
WASHINGTON, March 22, 1864.
Circular No. 10.—The following opinion of
the Hon. William Whiting,. Solicitor; of the
War Department, is republished for the infor r
mation of all persons liable"to be ,enrolled .in
the militarylorceAA t49_l7Lnite4:States, and
intending to leave th,cirp4; of residence
for other places at,„ theretiorn.
The laws.a4ahast dCs'Ortsoft be rigi
"When a perste has been ciraftect , -in pur
suance of the Enrollment act of March 3,
18.03, netice.of sueh draft ralt served
within ten- 'days - thereafter, by-4. writlin 'Or
printed notice, to be served on him person
ally, or by leaving a copy. at, his last place of
residence, requiting him to apriear at a desig
nated place of rendezvous for duty. Any per
son:Wing, to report for duty after, notice left
at his last place of residehbe or seried'ontifa
personally, without a substitute or
paying $3OO, is' prdnounced by law to be a
deserter; he may be arrested and held for - trial
by court-martial, and sentenced to death. ,
"If a person after being drafted, and !be
fore receiving notice, deserts, the notice may
still be served by leaving i it at his last
of residence; and if he does not appear m ac
c,ordance with the notice, or furnish the sub:
saute, or pay the $3OO, he will be in law„a
deserter, and must .be treated accordingly.
There is no way or manner in-which a reison.
once 'enrolled,' can escape his public duties;
and when drafted,- whether present or absent,
whethelhe ebaltes his residence oraibscPndsp
the rights of the United States against him are
secured,. and it is only by performance of his
duty to - the country that he will escape lia
bility to be treated as a criminal."
- wAsirmarox, Miich 23
The Navy Departnaent has received infOrrna
tion of the capture,
,by the United States.
steamer San Jacinto; a 'scliocindr laden with
132 bales. of cotton and 10 Mids. of turpen
tine, - nor taastkr, Edward, is a
-native et 4itax7 l m4it ii4l ll ae449o*Wit g
rim the hloclrOje,The, • ;schwitex, nae:ino
mole- • ,
f"-. 1 " ADVERTISING RAMS—DAILY AIEORAPS.
me. follotrlng are the rates 10e adi - ertifing In the T=.
ilium Thine adlarnliainkto ap witi ftian it_ext
cenient *kir - a i % I_l
.!.- ,_- , -$ - i
p•-•y - o tizgi ' :leentilE•one ;•.10 , 01 . -7,4narn. aght
th„.., or ria*e ' n four constitute a square.
FOR A RlLL34l7Altar. , FOR 011; Savaas
One day $ -30 One - - - ility ..$ "Gil
Tw° dar TV , 51sYs.•:•-- ---- ---- 1 co-
Three days 75 Three - 011 , i . . - - -.. 1 '25
One week 1 25. Dunwe4lo. .; -' 225
Oue month 3 00 One month . - ...`'o CO
Two months 4 50 7503 months 9 00
Three months 5 50 Three months...—. 11 CO,
One year.. . ..-
_l5 B 00 OnSixertar-Inonths 15 0
.. 25 (0
Administration Notices... L , . - • 'St*
, ... •
litu - rioge Notices
Funeral Notices each insert°
zrEpisizt ess notices inse
before lifekriages and
Robbing the National Soldier,
Mon= -GTO?, 1.• 22
The following is published as a warning to
those who would prey upon soldlers and rob
them of -their hard earned pay:
WA.SHXKOTON C/TY, March 19.
Wirsaras, It has been satisfactorily proved
that John F. Callan, of Washington, did, in
the month of January, 1864, take from Ed
ward Mullen,' a discharged private soldier of
the 46th Rennsylvania llegiment, one hundred
and sixty-five dollars, in the form of a com
mission for collecting the sum of two him-
Arad and seventy-two dollars, back pay and
bounty due theessid Mullen from the United
TherVbre, It is ordered that John F. Callan
be not allowed to appear as Agent or Attorney
for the collection of any claim to be paid by
any Bureau of this Department, nor to enter
the office ofany Bach Bureau.
The Solicitor of the W Departmect is re
quested to cause proceedings to be instituled
to recover from the said Calllan, for the bene
fit of said Mullen, the amount of money
wrongfully taken-from him
By order of the SECRETARY OF Wen.
E. D. Townsend, Assistant Adjutant General:
XXXVIIIth Congress--First Session.
Mr. Howard (Mich.) proceeded to addres
the Senate at length in opposition to the'bill
of Mr. Powell, (Ky.,) to prevent military in
terference in - State elections.
WAS=GTON, March 23
Mr. Tiernan (N. Y.) asked leave - to intro
duce a resolutions for a special committee to
inquirewhether civilians in the employ of the
government were sent home to vote. 'at elee
tions, at the govermnent's expense.
Mr. Stevens (Pa.) objected is the intro
duction of the resolution, unless the inquiry
should be conducted by the committee on the
conduct of the war,
‘ tri which Mr. 'Kernan
would not .agree.
Mr. M'Clurg, (Mo., ) rising to a person' +47
planation, repeated and sought to prove the
chatges heretofore made against his colleague
'Mr. Blair, of having violated the treasury .
regulations by smuggling liquorinto the army,
and producing an army order signed by Gen.
Bosecrans to show the falsity of Mr. Bhiir's
remark that free persons of color had not
been removed from Missouri and sold into
slavery.,He had the same compassion for Mr.
Blair as he had for a condemned criminal,
and indidged in severe personal reflections
upon hiS colleague.
After some debate on the hill amendatory
of the National Emil-tug act, the House
WASIMMTON, March 23.
_Provost itarslud Fry publishes the decisidt Of
Solicitor - Whiting, last year, that any maniwho
leaves his residence and is drafted 4uring his
absence, if the notice be left at his last place
of residence, can be arrested and shot asl'ir
deserter. The Government oVerruled , tliis
decision hitt year, but it seems to be revived
now. : •
The draft will take place promptlyin Penn
sylvania on the fifteen of April. •
There was a heavy snow storm here last
!tight, but it is melting off rapidly this morn-.
The State Quotas.
The table of quotas - published in this morn
ing's papers is wrong, as far aitbs number to
be furnished by. the States of. New 'York,
Pennsylvania, Wisconsin and Minnesota are
concerned; for, as.the table itself shows, the
deficiencies on forniei - calls are notyet'com- .
pleted. The reason.whY they are not yet com
pleted is, that complete returns Of credits to
those States have not yet been furnished..
MEECTUION OF A MITBDEREB-THE RELN/STRY.
Mozirarar.., March 22.,
John Meehan, the Murderer., of Patriel:
Pearl, was hung at Quebec this morning,
Ferguson Blair has failed to form anew
ministry as yet, but negotiators are still go
ing on. , .
10 AIWA )12 01.104
Clothing, Camp and - Garri&on Equippage.
ritElE following list of Condemned Clottrixq,
1. .Ckturp and Garrison Equippege will be sold at Public
Auction, on Wednesday, itarch 80th, . 1864, at 10 o'clock,
at the Depot of Clothing and Equippage, at Camp
84 Woolen Blankets
34 Camp Kettles.
10 Spades. • .
261 Hospital Bunks_(worelen.)
222 °admen Tents.
35 Wall Term.
23 Wall Tent Flies.
1 Sibley Tent.
Payment required in U. S. Treasury Notes.
HENRY C ROGERS, -
Captain and .L Q. 3C,.D.• S , vuls
Harrisburg, Pa, .larch 1864_
Norway Ma pl e.
tree resexattles,t4 very
e.Spgar .3141 e Ye
My in ford and forrig6,"but, bears - tnntiplarolog
bettor and artris more rapidly. - For sale at. Soyato.ooffur
rely Veb24-dlwl, JACOB BISE_
A, LARGE Twiroxcg,p!' KEW
arritoN, • - • -
• . *A,
simian k. FRAg„Ws:
1000 LBS. St, , ±_ki4fiA for
able at q mhi l f. 4
feb2 (Successors tlhrirt. 44)
au:ltsinri ,.. pcpn, TE at
R4 i ffiv....
; . 11 Pfg . , 3 1 01 's.to-Wgr: .4115-kcktokliLtx
in the Load Octietax, or
ittoirr Ceriir ram Lurie for
IVASIIDIGTON, March 23
WASHIN... - GTOIS March 2,3