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moRNI2co AND EVENING,
B 1 GEORGE BERGNER.
OFFICE THIRD Sr, NEAR WALNUT.
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A. P. TEUPSER,
TEACHER OF MUSIC.
OFF= AT WARD'S ItIJSIC STORE,
12 If Third Mired.
Residence: Third street, above North.
it ELODEONS AND CABINET ORGANS.
TWENTY-SIX FERST PREMIU MS,
TWELVE SILVER MEDALS,
()SIN GOLD MEDAL (over won by instruments of this
clam) has been awarded to
DIASON 1E HAMLIN'S INSTRUMENTS.
A full assortment of these instruments always on hand
at W.KNOCAE'S, Sole Ageot,
Jet-glawly] 93 Market street.
HENRY C. ORT.H 7
TEACHER OF THE PIANO,ATELODEON
Alkm VIOLIN.—Terms reasonable 15 Third street,"
between Market and Chestnut streets. ja4-3m
IVONDERFUL DISCOVERY AND WONDERFUL
TAR. J. M. MAXIM would respecdull3i
inform the public in, general and.,the.diseased
} articular, that he has opened an office in South Second
street, below Chestniit, Harrisburg, ra., where he. will
treat all diseases entrusted to his care, in accordancewith
the system discovered and taught by Prof. C. Boling, of
Philadelphia, with whose institution he has been. con
nected, and to whom he takes pleasure in referring the
public for information with respect to his success in con
No drugging the system with uncertain medical agents.
All cures performed by Magnetism, Galvanism and other
modifications of. Electricity, without shocks or any un
pleasant sensations. After an Electrical Diagnosis, a
guarantee will be given; If desired, by the patient. For:
further Information call arid get a pamphlet which con
tains hundreds of certificates from medical men and oth
ers proving the superiority of this system of practice
over all others. Consultatirra free. Office hours .9 to 12
5,.31., I to 5 and 7 to 9 r. at.
DR. J. HILTON CREAMER. ,
DR. J. BITE'S
YELLOW WATER POWDER
TAURENG a practice of many years in this
11 community, DR. HITE has satisfied himself thatthis
Powder Is vastly superior to any other article in use '
FOR THE CORE -OF
YELLOW WATER, •
find is of great service to Horses that have °at their
Aiao, that It will prevent. .
GLANDERS; COLIC AND THE BOTS,,' •
When faithfully used two or three - times st'weels,Liavigo,
rating and fattening.
For improving the condition of a Horse, ho assertsthere
is no better medicine, as it will strengthen. the. stomach'
and assist digestion, cleanse the imagines of offensive
matter, and regulate the boviels when costive, porify,the
blood and promote dlgestiOn—thus the skin is kept q loose,
the pores are opened and a lean, scabby Eerie becoram
fat and comely. •
The Powder can be used for Cattle, Sheep and Hogswith
Directions with package.
MIRPARED OI.Y AND BOLD AT
KELLER'S DRUG STORE,
No. 91 Market street, Harrisburg.
NEW GROCERY An PROVISION STORE.
BOYER. 434 KOERPER,
WHOLE SA LE AND RETAIL
Queen's and Glass Ware,
AND ALL KINDS OF
frA.VE just opened a large and well. aeleeted
11 stock or goods at their stand, No:8 Market Square,
Harrisburg, Pa., to which they invite the attention of the
public generally. nolo-dIY
I/ I It 117 0..,R..5..
(successors towns &Cm)
DEALERS IN PINE FAMILY GROOE
opposite the Court house, have on bandaftne
of different vintages.
FINE AND COMMON WINES,
Every D escription.
OLD BOURBON, •
FINE iar,gfr 4ED SCOTCH
Whiskys. The best ever brought to this market.
•" FAMILY NECTAR,
And the celebrated,
titinble. UT GROVE WHISKY.
SCOTCH AND /mar ALES.
LONDON BROWN STOUT.
WIGWAM TONIC BITTF.RS.
With a eomplete stock of
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN PICKLES
And Condiments of every description pow in the market,
THE LOWEST RATES. [l4 .
JOHN WISE, .
THIRD STREET, NEAR WALNUT,
WON X'S AIN AND RETAIL DEALER IN
CONFECTIONERY, FRUITS, &C.,
Niarsh Mallow Gum Drops,'
Cream Choeolkto Drops,
Plain Candles, &c., &O.
Oranges and Demons, " •
Teas and Spices, all kinds,
Fresh and Salt Fish in sea-
Pecan Nuts, '
Hominy and Beans,
Cakes and Crackers, ;
Sweet and Irish Potatoes, '
Green and Dried Fruits,
And Country Produco in
Vegatablea In season,
('!RAPE VINES of all kiln* PrinoiPalk
Da Cataw Coac ,
ka, at ord,laWilba, Di ann, leiseadlne,_ Lotto, Isa
ia, ba, IV eYstone Nurse r9.ortn Clinton, Crowding Taylor orßay ,
CElt 1 CIDER! . !—Two Barrels offAireet
and pure CIDER jest received at
marlB BOYER & KOERPER.'
A NOTHER lot of choice Catawba Grapes
ta. for We at Imar 2 .l JOHN I%'ME'S
• . 4.IMERSIMEND ItATES-4=l
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• The following are the rates for ad
Glum; Timm haelng advertteinitE
vernal Ifor reference.
1 . :
o linl it c zy E r!! l :Zhan e :::, lll 7 s 7 0 :0 0 titutu W e te :
.bai t i 1 __,....„,0: 7 ,,,t..„„t1,.,Le. ;...?) 01 'ltd. 4 Onweek
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Tw0 e dayc...:...i...4iii60,,,,u,
One month .:: .3,v.0.,...
Two months 4 fob Wo 4 1
Three menthe SNO nave •
• . A „,d,„,„„,„ 1 6,' Six months 860 .B'.inf
-' -- ' • . . „ One . year 15 00 OiaciJ , f
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BY GEORGE BERGNER.
HS discovered the most certain, speedy
and effectual remedies in the world for
DISRASES OF DEPRITDENOE
REUSE` IN SIX TO TWELVE HOURS.
NO MERCURY OR NOXIOUS DRUGS.
A Oure Warranted, or No Charge, in from One
Weakness of the Zack, Affections of the. Kidneys and
Bladder, Involuntary'', Discharges, Impotency General De
bility, Nervousness, Dyspepsia, Languor, Low Spirits,
Confusion of Idees„ Palpitation of the Heart, Timidity,
Trembling., Direness of-Sight or Giddiness, Disease of. the
Head, Throaty Nose or Skin, Affections of the Liver,
Lungs, Stomach or Bowels—those terrible disorders
arising from the Solitary Habits of Youth—those secret
and solitary Practices more fatal to their victims than the
song of Syrens to the Mariners of Ulysses-, blighting their
most brilliant hopes or anticipations, rendering marriage,
Especially, who havetecoitui the victims of Solitary Vice,'
that dreadful Mad deetiuctilietabit which annually sweeps
to an untimely grays thoutaulds of Young Men of the
most exalted talente and brilliant intellect, who might
otherwise have'entrantied listening Senates with the thun
ders of eloquence or waked to ectasy the living lyre, may
gall with full confidence.
Married persabs, or Young . Men contemplating mairiage,
being aware of phyatcal weakness, organic debility, defor
mities, &c., speedily cured. ...
He who places himself under the care of Dr, J. may re
ligiously confide bills honor 413 a gattlemai3, and confi
dently rely upon his skill= as a Physician. • .
mmedlately cared, and fall vigor restored.
This distressing affection--which readers life miserable
and marriage impossible . —hrthe penalty paid by the vic
tims of improper indulgence. ' Young persons are tee apt
tO commit excesses from not being aware of the dreadful
consequences that-May .ensue. Now, who that under
stands the subject will pretend to deny that the power of
procreation is lost smiler by .those falling Into :improper
habits than by the pmdent.:+ Resides being deprived the
pleasures of healthy offspring, the most serious arid 'de.
structive symptoms to . both body and mind raise.
The system becomes deranged, the physical and mental
filmdom weakened, lose. of procreative power, , 'nervous
irritability, dyspepsia, palpitation of the heart, indigestion;
constitutional debility, a wasting of the frame, cough, oon
suroption, decay and death.
01 , Plei Mi. -7, SatTTII . FBICDRRICK STRUM,
Left hand side going from iadtimore street, a . few doors
from the corner. Fall not to observe name and number.
Letters must be paid and contain a stamp. The Doctor's
Diplomas hang in his office..
Member of the Royal : Callege of Surgeons, London ~ g rad-,
nate from one of the nisateminent colleges in the, United
States, and the greater part"ef, whose life has been spent
in the hospitals-of London', Paris, Philadelphia and else
where, has effected Souls of the most astonishing cures
that were ever known:;
many troubled with ringing in the
head and ears when male° great nervousness, being
alarmed at sudden soundi; ess, with frequent
blushing, attended sometimes with derangement of mind
were cured inunediately, •
TAKE PARTICIMA.R, NOTICE
These are some of the sadand melancholy. affects pro
duced by early habits of youth, viz : weakness of the back
and limbs, pains in the head,dimneas of sight, leas .of
muscular power, palnitation. of. the heart, dyspeprda,,ner
vous inttability symptoms of consumption,
Marrramv.—The Neil effects on the mind are mush
to be dreaded—loss ofinemery., confusion of ideas,. de
. premien of spints, evil - forebodings, aversion to society,
self distrust, love of solitude, timidity, ku, are some of
the evils yeaduced.
Who have injured themselves by a certaiu practice in
dulged in when alone, a habit' frequently learned from
evil companions, or at school, the effects of which 'aro
nightly felt, even when 'asleep, and If not cured rehders
marriage ,npos Bible, and destroys both mind and_body,
shouldt 121,1 al tnediately.
Wbati r t hat.a young man, the hope of his oointry,
the darling of Ms parents, should be snatched from'all
prospects and enjoyments of life, by the consequence Of
deviating from the
,path of nature and Indulging' , In a
certain secret habit: Such persons law, before contem
Reflect that a sound inindand body are the most necessary.
requisites to promote cOnnuldsilltappiness. Indeed, with
out these, the journey' 'breath life becomes a weary pil
grimage ; the prospect hourly darkens to the view ; the
mind becomes shadowed with despair and filled with the
melancholy reflection tbat.the happiness of another be
comes blighted with our Din.
DIST! ASR OF' IMPRUDENCE.
When the misguided and imprudent votary of pleaspre
'hada he has imbibed the. seeds of this painful disease,l;
too often happens that Al it sense of shame or the
dread of discovery deters hill from applying to thosewho
from education and respecjahllity, can alone befriend him.
He falls into the hands orignorant and designing pretend
ers, who, incapable of cluing, filch his pecuniary sub
-,stance, keep him trifhnHt month after month, or as long as
"the smallest fee can be obtained, and in despair leavehim
With ruined health to sigh over his galling disappointment,
or, by the use of the deadly poison, Mercury, hasten the
constitutional symptoms °Nils terrible disease,such asaffeb
tiona of the Head, Throat, Nosi, Skin, eto., Progressing
with frightful rapidity till death puts a period to his
dreadful sufferings by sandhi him to that undiscovered
country front whence no traveler returns. . .
nipopsaarmwr OF THE PRESS.
The many triods owed at this Institution year after
year, and them . Me_ June important =Wad operations
peribrabo.by pr n 4entison, - witeeseed by the reporters of
'the ant, atop!, andmany otherrepen, notices of which,
,have &we're/began and again before . the _ besides,
tkija aru m ag "I gentleman of • character and reepongiT
rbdity, Is a grufflcient guarantee to the afflicted.
SKIN DISEASES SPEEDILY CURED.
OMeepro47lSoutJi Frederick, Strieet4
"THE UNION N-OW AND F=OREVER."
HARRISBURG, PA., MONDAY EVENING, MARCH 28 ; <1864
1864 ROAt t hg, &c, 1864
As Spring a •
, fl oa :s7
v f o t h aboute °
A lts ar s 7 , 247 l 4 ; ',
. For itsti, Mice, Roaches, Ants, Bed Bugs,
Mosquitos, Monist in Furs, Woolens, etc.,'
lasetts on Plants, Fowls, Animals, etc.
"15 years established in N. City:"
"Orly ihfallible remedies known."
"Free from Poisons."'
"Not dangerous to the Haman.ranii ..
"Rats come out of theirholes todie."
Xe-Sold by aU Druggists everywhollir • •
Air! I I Bsweas !of 'all worthless imitations.
Xig - " Costar's" Depot, No. 483 Broadwai., N. Y.
,Sold by , D. W. GROSS St CO.,
}Wholesale and retail agent
marlB-dawBm ' ' Harrisburg,.4i'a.
Rsontrrimci OP** U. S. INVALEDVORPS, _
IiggUSSURO, PA., March 1,i1864.•
THE attention of Soldiers who have Ueda
Honorably discharged•the United States service, on
,account of disability contractedwhile in the line of duty,
'and who may.wish to enlist in the Invalid Oorps; is re•
spectrally called to the following letter from the- Provost
Matshal General's . Office, from which it appears that they
May receive the bounty offered by the ward, borough or
town, to which they may wish to be credited:
PROVOST MARSHAL GENERAL'S GREW;
..Bplui . Au or INVALiD CORPS, 11
. . • WASHINGTON, February 23, 1864.
The Provost Marshal General directs' me to say : that
men enlisted for the'First Battalion Companies of the In
valid Corps, in accordance with the provision of General
Orders, Nos. 105 nod 212, Adjutant . Generars Office, 1803,
and the Lustrimtiona'of the Provost Marshal General, (see
Circulars Nos. 14 and 106, of 1863, Provost. Marshal Gen
eral's Office,) will he credited to the quota to be furnished
under the draft, of the ward, borotigh, town, or city and
State from which they enlist. M. N. WISEWELL,
Colonel, and Assistant to the Provost Marshal General, in
charge` if Invalid Corps Bureau.
For the particulars relative to enlistident in that Corps,
apply at the Reeruiting.Cificei Invalid Corps,. in Second
street, near Pine street, Harrisburg; Pa.
E. L. BARNW,
Ist Lieut. 11. S. L C., .R'cting °Eileen.
marl 7 tf
. ' WAR Derewramer, CAVALRY CORRAL',
OFFICE OF OUDOTQUARTERMASTER,
Webarsaios, D. C., Feb. 19, 1864.
NITILL be sold at . Patilio Auction, to-the
'lf highest bidder, at the places and dates named be-
low, viz: •
At Wilkesbarre, Penna., 800 Horses, Taesday, 29th
These Horses have been, condemned as unfit for the
Cavalry service of the United States Army. '
For road and faxnkxanyealangahrek
Horses will be sold singly.
Sales begin at 10 e. ay, and continuo daily till rill ar , e
sold. ' • •
Terme Cash, In United States TreaeuryNoteS only. •
feb2o.dtm2o • Chief Quartermaster, Cav,alry Bureau.
T. F. WATSON,
S I'ItgiPARED to furnish and coat the e
tenor of. Buildings with the MASTIC CEMENT, on a
'new system. This material is entirely different from all
other cements used heretofore, and is the only reliable,
Imperishable coating for outside work. Mixed with pro
per propor.tiOns of pure 'Linseed Oil it forms a solid, dura
ble adhesiveness to Brick or Steno Walls,' making a beau
tiful, finewater proof surface and tirilsti epial to Brown
Stone or any color desired.: -
Among others for whom I have applied the Mastic Ce
ment, I refer to the following gentlemen:
. J. Bissell, residence, Penn street,'Pittsburg.
J. D. M.Tord, "
J. H. Shoenberger residence, Lawrenceville..
•A, Hoeveler ;
James M'Candless, " Allegheny city.
'Calvin Adams, • " Third street, Pittsburg.
James Wood, owner St. Charles Hotel,
William Vohol, Girard House, f
Barr & Moser, architecte Dispatch Bindings, "
John B. CO; residence, Front street, Harrisburg, Pa.
A. J. Jones,
Please address . . T. P. WATSON,
P. 0. BowlBo6, Pittsburg,
o4.Panna., 11!ouse, liarrisburg, Pa
TO OFFICERS AND SOLDIERS.
Collection of Pensions Bounties Back Puy
and War Claims,
OFFICERS' PAY - ROLLS, MUSTER' ROLLS AND
RECRUITING ACCOUNTS MADE, OUT,.
rrtHE undersigned, having been in the em
.L ployment of the 'United States during thelast eighteen
Months, as Clerk in Ate Ife i storintand DisbUiaing Office
and Office of Superintendent of Recruiting ',Service of
kennsylvania, respectfully informs the Outdid thathe bai
opened an office in the'DArcr Titithiern Buildlnefor the
purpose of collecting Pensions ,• Bounties 03a4r,: - Pgty• end
War Claims ; else, making out Officers' Iqty Tops , voider
Rolls and Recruiting Attonnts.
All orders by man attended to promptly'.
novl-dtt" • ' • SWLTVAN S. CHILD.
Photograph Alhutps.' ' •
Photograph Albums., ' -
. - .
- Photograph Albuirks•
ri - IBE largest and cheapest yariety - of FHP.!'
TOGRAPR ALBllMS'in.thi city are constantly kept - )
at [marl.2.] pERGREWS CREAPBOOKSTORE.
JOSHUA AL WIESTLING,
OFFICE.IN fPILNITT STREET,
OPPOSITE THE STATE O►PITAL i[pSEL
A LL business pertaining to the profession
..c1 will receive his prompt and careful attention.
fillOY BOOKS, GAMES,:..te.--A Laige
sortment of Toy Books, Games, &e., Just received at
aiOl9 SCHEFFBR'S BOOKSTORk Harrisburg.
THIS tree resembles the,Sugar Maple very
- closely iri roma and , follage, but beam transplanting
"barter and vows more rapidly. For sale at. Keystone Nur
nelY freb24-d.l.*) . . JACOB MISTS.
A LARGE INVOICE OF NEW
- iTaS, iC,
At • SEMLER & FRAZRRIS J ;
- ( D O2Ol - (Successors to Tor. Dock, Jr., A Cal
00 1 0 sale St. s Gem Et aFF ?lifi tk or
: 634 (SimccisMS tO . Wm. Doc*, Jr., &
ICKLES I PICKLES! I —Britne •
- JE-- • Half Bardet, Jai or Dozen,,_ at
nor " EMI SLER & FRAZER'S,
(Successors to Wm. Dock, Jr., & Ca)
HFCITBBFAY. White Fringe, purple
Fringe, Mahonia, Althea; Magnolias, Tree Bo O,
Xeystone Nursery. [wan] J. Wan.
AN ACT telatint to the paiment of bounties to
SiorioN 1. Be it snadted,by. the Senate. Wad Haim
cf Representatives of the-Corneneesuleal* Tenn.:
sylsania Geneva ilesembly; 'met) and R. is - herd*
enacted by ; .the autharey : of•• thi isornsi:.:That. all
bond watrante, orliertaficates:Aif Indebtedness;t
Issued by the commissioners * Dr. 'cominissioners
and cou tt oiler, of : aoy. eounty,pr Ake corporate.
anibotities,of. any city, Warder borough, orthe
school direet.ors, or wad cOmmissioners, or 8141
pervisors ; ,of 'any tow.nship:/aLthis cornnion ,
wealth, f t urthe paymentait;bolintles to .persone
volunteei ing to enter..themilitary oLnnitVal:
service of:the ; United States,. nodes any,- re-
Quist ion heretofore made hi the poreFidentof the
United Statya r be. end the saina:are hensby.de,- ,
galised, I:nada . ..valid and binding. upon/suck
counties,: cities, : wade, boroughs,l and town,.
ships, as if full er:4 legal authority. bad .existed
for the issuing and melting of the same when
they were issued And t made; arid thatAn..all
cases Yams ,BilY:ellecial:coMtnittee,nconimier
stoner, or an jedivid cull or bid I.vid !ef , Way
county, city, towoship, or bozotigh-or.ward.
shall have subscribed and,Paidi-or become per-
Eonally liable for the payment,: of money, for
the purpose of ,payingbounties- to . voulnteers,
under the I etacal Is the presiden tof the United
States, who ,have been inuetered, into the
Unit , d StateSmilitary service, and credited to
such county, city, townahip,..ward, or boiough,
with the understanding, or agreement, that a
law would be enacted tojevy and collect a tax
upon such county. city, township, borough,. or
ward for the paynied of such advanc-went
and liabilities, all subscriptions, so paid, or
mom y horroWtd.tui aferetadd, shell,be geodand.,
valid 'agellsti county; city , t6Viiittrii; tit);
rough, or ward, as if the. same had been snb
scribpd boriow,ett corpoao antbori-,
ties of the same; under the provisions c.f this
act; and it shall be the duty of the commis
sioners, superyitors, codnells,ior, spitool,direc ,
tors, as the case may be, to proceed to levy and
collect a tax upon stich'oeurvy, city, township,
borough, or, ward, sufficient to pay:the princi
pal cf all euch claims, with interest teereon
actil tlie day of .P.ltYbkentvtollettlier the
cost of collection-thereofi-f .
Sse..2.lThat alI paymentof bounties to vol
unteers; entering :Viet siervide. Of- the pnit'ed,
Stateass aforesaid; by the' CotinaltistoneTs, or
the ccominissioners and , cmatrolter, , of. any
county, or the Corporate antborities of any
city, ward, or borough, or b :-the school d!-
r ta t u o a rs me.d er.ro liy ad . i
t is h iii r o i n7 es,
or any 'townslat t , or this cornmoriletilgr
Sic. 3." That; ri : atithoritiee'afaresalti
hereby ,aufirofized, and' recirilred, execute,
and ecorojillAkt;', agreertierutr - I‘nd contracts,
heretofore made , by the aforesaid:authorities of
such counties, cities, Wards, boroughs, or town
ships, for the payment of tiounties, afore
said, or' for refunding advancements made ter
thet,perpAse by any committee, special cora
missionerindividnal, or individualS, On 'con
dition (Etat they tliOuti be'refunded, aecording
to the true intent and mtanieg of such agree
meals and contreete; and ..for that purpose the
said authorities. are ..herbby. authorized to her=
row money,' add •iesue bends, warrants!, or car
tificatte, in the Earner of such county, corpora
tions, or toweshies, with or without interest
coupons" attached, tpayable at, such time
and place as maybe Agreed , upon, and to levy
such taxes es maybe .neceseary to meet! the
payment of the principal and interest of said
bonds, warrants and certificates ; as the same
shall btome due; which'texes and levies shall
be resealed, ;rind collected,: as other county,
city,-ward, borough, enter rerun; taxes_ are ate:
sewed, levied ; and,copecteid: Provided, That in•
all election,or enrollment, districts, nothaiieg
any cons it uted authorit,ipe, as contemplatid:hp
this act, cow patent to levy: and collect saiditaxe
the . board of .election officers " of - -suck idiatrict
shall be euthorlied to levy, andi Proceed to, have
said' tali - Collected in such riktricar
Sec. 4 Thatallasseeements heretofore Medd
of taxerrfor,thepurpoes of paying -bounties, as
aforesaid,e bi and the same is: hereby legalized
and,made valid: Provided, That the 'property
o! non COMMiSE toned officers, and privates, in
actual sereicee in the United• States army and
navy, from this- CommOnwealth, or who died, •
or were permanently. disabled, in such eervice,
or havil g been iu such service for the space' of
one year and six! , mcinths, Were - honorably din-
'charged therefrom, and the' property of -will'
own, minor children, end widowed mothers
note commissioned o ffi cers, .and privatee r who..
died la SUCh Berviße i . shall be:exempted from ,
taxation under ; hdProvisions of thia act* -Pro,
videct ,That the:provisions of , the firstr saixind,
third. and 'fourth sections of !this actshallte so
understood, as to `have reference - 0124: SO such
agreements and contracts aliPhav6 h.erveriEcrefir
into by.the authoritiesadoresaid,..subsequarit to
the seventeenth: day of ,OctOber,‘ One` t housend
eight hundred and.sikty-three: e. • ;le
Sec. s... That all the proviSions of• ilia four
-teenth section of an act: to . create a'loan,' and
provide for arming. the-State r -passed tie W
teenth day, of ~Ideb,one ,thonsandr eight hire
tired arid _lactat'anthorizud the asso
ciate ledges - auti, 'comity commitsloaers of- the
several counties 'of_ ` .-this, Commonwealth,
constitute a board' irriellef for thei' of
such volunte.ers as have hetn,„,of,ehtell be, .ene.
culled iirlisVied'iitio - strviee from their
:several counties, are hereby; ktended and ap
plied to the fsmilies of men who have been, or
may hereafter be 'drafted or .cortscriPbyl and
mustered into the service of the United States,
and credited to'the quota of said counties, re
opectiveiy; 'ell arrangements made by the
several counties of this Commonwealth, fur the
support of the families - of_ yolurtteetc...tnititia,.
drafted or cage - KR - admen , mustered into thu
eervico,,aild ..bildtted poi :aforesaid are hereby
legalized and confirmed; and full and, legal au
.thority is hereby given said county cecr:mis
stoners to borrow money for the payment of
such expeneee,mnd for the extension of such
relief to the &rallies of all private Eolitiery and
non-comrnissioned officers who have :been
mustered „in, or may hereafter nenaterpd
into, the . servicrk - the Sfutes, and
credittd as aforesaid; ipk pursuance of any requi
sition made, or to be made, by.the President of
.the United States, or by any law of the United
States now made. or-hereafter to be made, orly
the Governor of Pennsylvania, or any - lea , of
s td Commonrockith now made, or'hereafter to
Sp. 6. That the commissioners of any and
every county in this Commonwealth are hereby
authorized to borrow such sum or sums of
money as may be sufficient to pay to each and
every non-Commissioned officer and priVate so'.
dier:who volunteered' •.from such county, and
ente_ed the military: or_ naval service of the
United Stat,-s, on or.after the .reventeentb den
Or:Octobar, Anne afmini gone r thousand eight
hundred and sixty-three, and to each and
every - tton43oni4islioned -officer and private
sold ier mho -may,-bereafter ....volunteer and' , en
: tat the. eervice ct; the Usated,Stitktecfrout such
'oeirrityr„, ind,he credited to the ; quota., thereof,
In Pursotibbe 'of 'tiny 'reiittisttitin iof the Preeident
tiff , the United Sratte, .or , by 'AY law' of the'
;United Sta'es now made, or hereafter td , bio
;made, a sum not exceeding three. hundred dal
liars; Provided hinaever; That is that part of any
uotifity where schoofitireetoru, or road commis-'
-stoners, ::or, suriervisorn of: any township`,--of -
where the. corporate Nathorities, of; ady:_eitY,.
:ward or torough, or any , ; committee,., epeeist,
,ctimmissioners, individual or Indiiiduale,_have,
radd, or have now- mimrciencedto retire, - fund
ifor. ) the. purpcee °fraying such bounties; it'elhalt -
be lawful for suchachool directors or road oom-.'
trassibpers, cr supervisors of such township or
townships, orthe . cturrate authorities of such
city ; ward or borotigh; to borrOW"such Sum or
Bunn of mon -y as_may•be required to pay to
each, volunteer from such district, a . ; sum - not
exC,bding three liricdred dollars; and it. - shall
be lawful for arch antborities'of luttetorrh
ships,. cities, wards or boroughs, forLsubb sum
or, sums of money, and •in.snctiamotaits &slimy
be necersary to pay the anthodaect bounty_ to each.
wiluareer required to fill the quota Or quo tas
of such township, city, ward'or hoiough: And
provided further, That such townships, cities,'
wards and boroughs as have filled their
quota or_ quotas...wader any- call ....or requisi
tion heretofore made ~ b y tho. President. of
the, United. States; as,nftwesaid z - , witt
&eta the"exenity; cl.fli or liMuiYi sha pkertv
emirt.froni tiny tax !Mod; lor'fil be le led; hir
the said 'bounty, city or borough, forte pay
twins. iS bounties, or for the payment of any,
bonds issued byeaid , e4Ontyttriniphtsioneriti !city;
or !Vorougli litthoritlei, forothei Ipayinene Of
bollocks to volunteers to fill the quota afore
said: Andronided further, That no oonnty,.city,
ward; •townshiri, borough, or' Cother district,
Which shall have agreed to cfler to pay as
bounty taeacli volunteer 'credited tosnch coun
ty,ci ty, ward,town ship,borough or other district,
a larger sum than; three hundred_dollars, shall be
sut-j-ct to the limitation as to amount pre
scribed in this act; buy any payment made, or
to be made; or obligation given, or to be given,
or liability incurred, or to he incurred,
• in pur
suance of such offer or Eign3etzlent„li 'hereby
ratified and declared - to be lawful and valid:
And provided further, 'That in case the commis-
droners of any dounty,'nitho'ctfrantissidners and;
: controller of any county Ili th'ittCetnekenl4olth, - ,
shall neglect or refnre'to `taro the necessary
tops te' , fidati;, , erocetnplein the reilln4,of 'herm
it es; ItFettriivnettifff,'%rdt iind:b3rOJlght, not
' avinrraiiiiii,..nr•Uckriniendegtolliite bounties ri
t-ifilPtipati* , "the paeisao of this act, then,-
: undottatliati-astaii, s lid to - mishit:4mo d or ! horOugh,
by their authorities aforesaid„ shall heivetkower
to proceed and raise -benntleis 'as follYitrid ari
effectrially as if done by the county authorities:
Sze. 7. That tife,daid. county commissioners,
Or scboordirectori, road commissionem,or 611-
pervieors, of, any township, or corporate au
thorities of an city,, ward.
hereby authorized, (for the porpOso of carryfog
out tbe the previsions oil .this. actl):to "birrow,
money, 'and issue bonds, 'jot, 'cen3tinOafes of in,
debtcd4ess, - no hot d; jr „certificate, to be
than the aura of twenty-faindollani,excePt when
the bounty is lea than' twenty-Eve dollars, in
tbe name of enobicOnnV, township' city. ward,
or borbugh,: with or withorit,. interest coupons
attached, payable at such. time, and : :ln track.
manner, as may re agreed upon;. and to levy,
and assess, on ail property,.-proftoiCia„,tralles•
'and occupations, subject to taxation, for • State
and county purposes, aniiiCillect such taxes. as
'ma* be necessary tO,Mett the principal and in
terest of said bonds and certituates„as - they,
shall become dile slid paYable-,which ta,aa3.
shall be collected as county, efty.-,ward And.
bc.rougtr, taus are noit levied and i t,:ollected;'
inctudicg poi artpfta tix of not-mori3 than .
ono dollar on" all tax dde - melts .itibabitants:
I Pbuicle4;; That only one par . tax
shall be' levied' „in any ,one year: rfottidol,
That •in all das'es *here any, person or.
:PerSons, liable to• draft, have, for the purposte
of raising the sum reluisite to pay a ; bounty to
the volunteers required h:411 the quota otany
county, city, ware, borough '
,or township, stip
ulatect in writing, to.pay a 'pim. , gtearer than
the amounof ta which. would - be. due upon
.the as.easedyalriation the.r..real or •persocal,.
,property, it shall and may be, lawful for the
wrporate authorities of such county, .city;
We'd, boroush and .t3wnship, to ,collect the
amount so subscribed: 'Provided, That-no bonds
br c - ertifleateF, iSSllled, under any .of,the provi
sions'of thia'adt, shill'bti 'for a. longer period
. years `Provided further, That.,in
oases where a bo.ough" and township haver sopa
rate boart's of school - dircctors, and, are Aunt;
'braced in one. district, for the purposes i pf the!
.. 'military draft,' the directors . , of sad • districts
'ire hereby iefjpintlyin.carrylug
the prOvisiono of tois'aot.
SEG. 8: That in 'ell can=s: iirbeie. the -county
Commissioneri3 of any, cduntythe school direr
"fors, road commissioners or supervisor's of any
township, or tile' dui-Orate authorities< of any:
city, ward or, borough, how levied a,mc capita
tax upon persons subject, tO,;llgltt lxiilitary
duty, the actiprf — of - safdiorpotate, iyathoritietr
he and tber , sarife is berebi 11ei3144 "and'hiade
eo. 9. That.in appease where apart of the
houtity, authorized by this uct, has been paid
by any ward, townthip, city or borough, and
.satki ward,lownship,• city or borough author' _
ties As aforesaid, shall neglect or refuse to pay,
suit} part as remains unpaid by-The -twins of
-their agreement to pay bountlte to volaitieers;
then the difference' etween the sum - 'so' paid,
:and the 6:111 amount of 'the bounty
(not exceeding in the; whole; the snit of three
hundred- dollars to eaCh:trolunteefir 'shall' 'tie
paid said volunteers by tlieVounty autlierities;
in which , said ward, townships, cities . or
boroughs are located; and the county corninisi
sioners, in which said , ward, townships; cities
. or hMoughia are located, shall assesc levy. and I
collect a tax on suth:4l2.faulting ward, :town'
trips, eines %Or - boroughs ak other ward, town-'
ship, city or borough taxes are levied and col
lected. in , = .
amounts as May be - rc!inlied Ito
pay the balance due the volunteers, as afore
,said, from such. defaulting township, - , city`or
borough. - =
Sec. 10. That the.mooey so borrowed bx.t.iie:
..county commisdioners, shall be paid over ttithfi
treasurer cf the proper county. who shall pal ,
to iath rion-ocitimissionedrofficer, or Ovate
soldidrwirho..-..volunteered , fretai and has: in , e n -'
.creciited to thix_quote of, such munty,,inilite .
mustered into the service of the United
-States, or has been honorably discharged there
from, the sum of Ationey ~to which such person
shall be entitled, under,'the provisions of this
act, on the warrant iitorder of the compkesion
era, drawn on him fottithat purpose Obit said
TRICE TWO. CENTS.
4110V218 in the T.
Ling it cot
a q. n a s square. ElLbt
~4 9 .4 CO
Alcultba . 6 66
1 - 5 0
°Aces_ f!' ar-- • • -
Mantua Notces - •
'Auditor's 'lto i tfeeS ' 1 GO
Funeral Nottc.oSeachinsertion— -SO
• EirlitOsiness notices inserte d th e . Loo;F: Or
before Maniages and Deaths, Itioar Cris rise plan for
treapner,sall not receive more than mat half
8f Ode "g.r bent= on'any money' to paid Ora
Sic. -11. That the 'money so borrciwed by
the Sabato'directors,- orreed commissioners, or
B,4OIVISOIS of any township, or the corporate
authorities orany city, Wind; or borough, shall
be paid over to the`treainarei of said city, ward,
, borough of township, or when such officer does
not exist, to a person duly appointed by said
authorities ssid township, city,' ward Or bo
rckigh, who, ,upon gly ng, futliclent bond, f.a
of hie . dutki, shall
, prtriceed to pay to-such 'r . Ferstios, in the manner
o directedly the tenth section of this setg:and -
6 )lattbe allowed, the same per - cantage asjs alp
losied to the county treasurer, bY- the tenth
section' of this act:' Proviited; 'That the `the coraren
sillori allowed to any Xolledtor of taxes, under
thltf act,: sball:notr.exceed r . two per ceribmV -
.12. That in cruse any . veteran:soldiers,
, whti have re -enlisted, andhavo, not been cred
ite.d to ant special localitY, shall heretifter
credited on the present draft, tei file " calrty
from which. they originally volunteered; Stich.
veterans shall be paid by the local authorit es,
whose duty' it is to pay beteaties, such bounty
as Mader the provision's of this act, shall be
paid to vdlenteers from said.locislity.
•Sta. 13. That if-any, soldierg, or, noc-com
mitnioned -officer or. *. prlyete, who would have
been entitled to receive the slid bounty, shall
hair° . died beecire receiving 'the money, the
proper :finthoritlets shall• pay the same to such
person or persons, as bythelaws of the United
States would be entitled-to receive the bounty,
of &ceased soldiers
SEc. 14. That all ideourits of the receip`•s
and exponditurea of the •bounty fund, 'arising
from any , taxes that, have been assemed, or that
may be sneered for.the purpose, a: .aforesaid,
she l he audited in like manner an other couwy,
hivniship, oity,"borottith, or scheol dis-trict, ac
connte are audited.
fisze i 5. All toads, .warrariAsi certificates of
indebtednesi or loans issued, or to be harit.d,
under the prorhions , of this act, - or of any
special ahtheletofore pained ; or hereafter to be
passed, authorizing--particular: cities, coun.lez,
wards, horonahaor townships to borrow -moneys
and pay bounlifis to Volniiieers, shall be exempt
from all taxation. -
Speaker of the House of. Reoiteentatiroa.
,oa, P. PENNEY,
APPROVES = The twenly-flfth day of 111,11012;
Anrio Domini one thousand eight hundred an
sixty-four. •• (1- CUR FIN-
x0PI: atm Wonting Edition.
LATER FROM LOUISIANA AND
aptnre ,of Alexandria' by Admiral' Porter.
'thir Troops:l**g_ in 'W:e4-:.toilisiana.
OCCUPATION OF NEW ILIERIA
Two. Tho*sand Rebel Deserteis
at Btownsville, Texas:
NEw Yois. March 26
The steamer Evening Star, from New Gr
leant; with dates to the •lflth, and "Havaim to
thei2lst, hat arrived. •
She pasted the YaitO,'lllatanzas, Cahawba
and. BriOSSOIL in the Mississippi river.
On the.ls,thi.-wt of Admiral. Porter's fleet
appeared Ale.xandria, Pa., "and demanded
its surrender; which Was VoinpliedWith with
out opposition. i• -
The- prisoners !captured at Fait De Russey
had'arrived.at New Orleans.
:General Banks , would leave for the field on
klataidaY; - -the 19th oflittoriday-
The gunboat Rink, 'had arrived from Balti
The gunboat Octoraxap one of the partici
pants in the attack onTort Powell, had arriv
ed at New Orleans for repairs. • '
• The eapfure of Alexandria occurred, March
15th, the day after that of Fort De Russey.
Gen. Lee's forces had a'fight at New Iberia,
and pursued the enemy, across Vermillion
Prairie to. Vermilion Bayou, a distance of 19
miles. No' psrtien7are have been receiVed. -
The-army m 'Western Louisina is moving.
• Gen. Lee's cavalry advanced and bad occu
pied New Iberia. : ;. Two vf.our gunboats had
crossedßerwick's and Grand Lake, and as-
cended Grand River nearlyto Butte a to Rose,
- which place' they reconoitered. - Before reach=
ing•llluake laßose, they came upon a rebel
camp and opened. fire. The rebels, ran,- and
men were landed from, the gpnboats,, who
burned the tents and 'camp equipage, and
captiot the arms and" ammunition of the en
tireforca.,. . • •
.. . .
-, The guerrillas have made their appearance
,Vicinity, of Baton Rouge and had sev-
eral skirinishea with the 4th Wisconsin mount
ed. infantry, resulting invariably in our. favor.,
SeveralppOners have been taken. .
Advisee from Brownsville report no pros
. pect ofligliting. New roads and fortifications
. .. _ ..,.
are being made. - ', •• - -
. . A :cotton buyer named Charles Ziegkr; . With
$lO,O in greenbacks, had. been ,Oken by
zuernias near. Baton Roe. - Ire was Wren
once before but escaß :12Y 'ah l ipti2l lii,
guard. He will, now pro i a b ly be e murdered.,
Deserters and refugees are Constantly ar;
'riving at Brownsville. 2,000 live • - reached
that place. • . . - -
• A party of 150 deserted from a rebel regi
ment, and three hundredlvere sent ; in, pur
_suit. The`-latter overtook Vie: fernier and
ioined, in their /light. A part' bf tl em Save -al
ready got to Brownsville. .. • :_,- _. .
Gold at New Orlpenswas : offered at 64} on
the news of the *gage of the Gold bill, with-.
... . - •
OttOn is instead y. Sonie repacked sold at
:Sales of Lurdinail at 640. (part utino.)
.mAgar And molasses are, in light supply:and.
Rahn has resied his:conneetioiiirit47
:the Trke"Deita to 1 g Fish;
• The Free State Faectitivoi.ikeits:dftee - rof:
r4isiana, adopted the following resolution:
"Resolved, • that the Free State Party is un
comt,, opposed to assuming . .any
debts contrae4d by the State of Louisiana
while under, reb:el domination, for the purpose
of carry ing on: the war against the United