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2JORNING AND E VENTIVG,
1.3 IT GEORGE BERGNER.
OFFICE THIRD ST., NEAR IVA L NUT.
rEnms OF SUBSCRIPTION
1'1; E i/AILV TELIiGRAPII is served to subscribers in the
c:;y at 8 cents per week. Yearly subscribers will be
charged $3 CO in advance. Those persons who.neglectto
pay in advance will be charged $8 00.
THE TEEM RANI is also published weekly, and is furnished
to subscribers at the following cash-rates
Single copies, weekly....
Three copies to one Post Office
'Pa copies to one Post Office
JU LIU S ROSENDALE,
IDEGS to inform the inhabitants of Harris-
Li) burg and Vicinity that ho has removed to No: 29
North Second street, two doors from Walnut. Thankful
for the confidence and patronege bestowed on me during
my stay on Market Square, I hope to-merit a wntlnpanoe
of the same at my new stand.
PARTICULAR ATTENTION is called to the -
CELEBRATED TINTED PARABOLE SPECTACLES,
for which I claim the undermentioned advantages: •
Ist. That from the peculiar construction'of the Glasses,
they a_.;sist and preserve the sight, rendering frequent
elianga quite unnecessary.
I. That they confer a brilliancy and distinctness of vi
sion, with an amount of ease and comfort nottitherto en
joyed by spectacle wearers.
3d. That the material•from which . the Lenses are , ground
is. manufactured specially for optical purposai t aid is
PURE, HARD AND BILILLIA-NT, and no: liable to become
4th. That the frames in which they are set, whether in
phi, silver or steel, arc of the finest quality and finish,
and GrARASTRED PERFECT in livery respect.
Oth. That, from their peculiar color, they prevent a su
perfluity of light affecting the retina, and therefore
strength icing the optic nerve and rendering it less liable
Constantly on hand, a large assortment' of Achromatic
Nhcreseopes, Spy Glasses, Opcm, ;Marine and Field Glass
es; Stereoscopes and Views, Magic Lantern.' Wiroziieters
Thermometers, Magnets, ko., Ito. • ',.
Remember that Rosendale's Institute will be 'permenent
at No. 25 North Second street, five doors from the Buch
er House._,_ _ .
DES. WYETH 4n.d. CREAMER, Eclectic
and Eleetropathic physicians, respectfully. O'er
tiler professional services in all the various- branches: of
the profession, for the treatment of all,acute and chronic
forma of disease.
The remedial means they employ in the treatment of
disease consist of Magnetism, Galvanism, Electro-Misnet.
ism, the Swedish method of I.4cali.zed m6Veauenecure, a
few Eclvetiz medicines when deemed necessary; and in
fact all the natural curative agents that may succenfully
he brought to bear upon the , disease. .
They do not wish to be understood as arrogating to
themselves any superiority of proftssional skill, but-they
believe the remedies they employ in the treatment of dis
ease far superior to those generally employed byphysicians,
from the fact that they act in perfect, harmony with the
laws governinghnd controlling the human , system. To
this, and the fact that they confine themselves to no par
ticular lathy or system, they attribute their success In
The principal_ agent they employ in the treatment of
disease,liamely, Electricity, is' au agent wonderful in its
phenomena and powerful in its effects for good or, id. It
is an ever present., alhpervrding principle, governing all
things, from rolling worlds down to the invisible ilartioles
or Bass...au:a matter. , We see kin the lightning's Bash and
thenianitestations of its .pewer - in the mattering
thunder. It is the cause of. all. decomposition, recompo
sitlon and transformation. Ittnicites all motion. It the
exciting cause •of life, growth, decay and - death.' •It
cause, steretion, excretion, digestion. It lays hdltrof the
crude fad iu the stomach, converts it Into a meteor flu
idity, transpiutes it into arterial bioudiAnd senile It on its
important Onice of supplying nutrimmttzlicomtthirto the
necessities vrthe body. Itis the,nettedvital.flaldc the
peat agent. through which the Mind acts upon the body
It Is the cause of all causes exc. ptthe first 4grdit: caul;
the Infinite Mind wLlch oreatedh and brought"it into use
These may appear like - mere assertians, but they are
facts admitting of strong and trresistible proof. Is it then,
to be wondered at that an agent so wonderful in its Ate.
hotness, co powc, ful, in its mend'. statioos and so-intimate
ly conutotca ..perationa of the hamirn. , sys.
tent, should be almOstabsolute in its power ave./droning
disease? tertaiuly not. It Is a natural sequence'. and
follows as surely as day follows night.;
Among the diseeses which are found to yield readily to
Electricity, in conjunction with pruperadjunct treatment.,
maybe mentioned the following; Incipient Consumption,
Paralysis, Elpiliptic, Hysteric and other Cotivillsions;
Neuralgia, in its worst forms, Rhaematism, inflammatory
and chronic; all diseases or the nervous system; Dyspep
sia cured la a few treatments; all diseases of the urinary
and genital organs; Female Diseases, Asthma, Piles-and
Prolapsus Ani ; Amaurosis and all kindred affections :of
the eye; Auretus, Strictures, all skin diseases, &a..
Persons calling will be told whether they can bo hone
fitted and no ease taken where some relief cannot- be af
forded. Consultation free. Office, South Second street,
below Chestnut, Harrisburg, Pa, Office hours Truth Bto
72 a, 5.,15,1 to 5 and 7 tog P. M.
ALEX. R. WYETII, M. D.,
1)K. J. 6111.T0N I.:REAMER.
FIRST IN FASHIONS,
CHEAPEST IN PRICES.
TTIHE subscriber has tho pleasure to : inform
the ladies of Harrisburg and v,iotriity• that she 'vow
opening at . •
No. 13 Mark - et street, between Second 'and
Front, at Boger's Old Stand,
the most complete and Isaltionablo stock of
FRENCII AND AMERICAN
every exhibited in this city. Having been.tong connected
with and conducted one of the most extensive houses in
this aim*, she flatters herself to enjoy, advantages and
facilities to carry on a first.classestahlishment sot Shared
by many, Having bought from manufacturers -
porters only, and intending to sell at small :profits, she is
confident to establish a reputation not only for taste and
fashion, but also that of selling at -the , most reasonable
prices. In addition to a complete stoultf of Millinery;. em
bracing Hats, Bonnets, .(made up in.. great variety and
made to order ut shortest notiee,) .
she offers everything pertaining to
LADIES' FURNISHING GOODS;
such as Noon Skirts, Corsets, Hosiery, Hanalkerchiofs,
Gloves, collars ' Con, Belts, &c., &c. - ••'
magrullcent stock of Hair-nets Head-dresses,
from 25mems to $0 00. . •
I most respectfully solicit a libiralliatronsge. L •
HRS. Of. 114.1.r.EH,
No. 10 Market sAreot.
PLUMBING AND GAS PITTING.
undersigned, would- respectfully . in
form his friends and the public generally, that he has
associated with him a Prnctical Plumber, and is now
prepared to do PLUMBING iii alt its various branches,
spch as Hydrants, Bath Tubs, Water Closets, StaAonary
Wash Basins, &c. Galvanized Iron, . Copper Platished,
lead and Iron Bath Tubs, Plain and Fancy Wash. Re sins, Water Closets, Traps, Brass and Plated Cocks, and , l de
scriptions of Plumber's materials and gas tintliai kept
constantly on nand, and furnished at tho loweSt city
prises. (:1.0. A. OBELSBY, No. 25 South Second St.,
ap26-dlw Harrisburg, K.
Photograph Albums.- _
T EEE largest and cheap* variety Of I'HO
ToGRAPH ALBUMS in the city are conetantlykap
at tutarl2 . l
. BERGN..'S CHEAP BOCIESm ' E.
• FOR. SALE,
THU valuable .property, corner of Second
1 told Pine streets, being fifty-two and a half feign Se
cond and one hundred and sixty-eight feet on Pitje treet,
running back two ndred full buil ding feet to .Barhara alley,
there being space for lour lots, and a , most de
sirable site for a Governor's Mansion or public bdildings.
For particulars enquire of Mrs. - HURRAY, corner of Se
cond and Pined reels. in4A-tr
,NGLISH BREAKFAST TEL — AO* re
ceifed a Sze Chest of English Etrughtuttt.ica;sl
SIIISLER & FRAZERA,
(Successors to NYm. .I*Ckpr.)
'ESS BEEF and MESS oittAce
article of Mess Beef and Pork at
SHISLRR & FRABER
- -(successors to Wm. Dock, 3r4 kOo.)
titn, tianti,Ll--7 a i r tn t a: p
4 - .10 00
BY GEORGE BERGNER.
KUNKEL'S BITTER WINE OFIRON.
and-rio_werful TONIC, Corrective
, and Alterative,. of wonderful efficacy in diseases of
the STOMACH, LIVERand BOWELS. • *.
pressiort of Spirits, Constipation
• Intermittent Fever, Acidity of the
Stomach, Nausea, Heartburn Disgust for
Food, Fullness or Weight in the Stomach,
Sinking or Fluttering at the Pit of the ,Stomach,
Swimming of the Head, Difficult Breathing, Yellow
ness of ties- Skin and. Eyes, Fever and Dull.pains_ in the
Head, . Pain in the. .Side, Back, .Chest and Limbs,
will '.04,1fe every case of Chronic or Nervous
Debility,- Dip:ages of the Kidneys and
Dial*ases arising from, a disordered
Stomach, Goud. for, Male
• _ or .Fernalk, Old
The 11108 i: b e noficial medicine known; gives bettersatia
faction and cures more.diseases than' any , othOr prepare
ties offered to the Xdblic. Prepared Middy byS A. -KON
LEL & BRO., 1181farket street, =Hurisburg- •
For sale by Diugglats and Dealers: everywhere.
• . •
As Kunkel's. Bitter Wine of Iron la the, only .sure. and
effectual ran:lady in the. known world for the permanent
cure of .
gad,pebiiity,'andaktheroare a cumber
of iniitations offered to the pnblic, we would caution the
community -to Imre:l4Be none but the .gennine - artlele,
manuractured by S.XI/MUM & Bao., and has, their
stamp on the top . tlikcork of every bottle., tbe..very
fact thalligherkiiria attempting to, Imitate. Able valuable
remedy ; proves its
~portit and speakkvolumea in Ita favor.
The,flitter Nine of lien is put up in 75 cent and . $l. 100
bottlea„asat atoltl.bytall , respectable druggists ' throughput.
t he country.: Be particular that every bottle beats the
ac risfat Of:thespropriatior'salign , •
•., • - .
Twit neludes the most 'agreeable and eilicient
Salt of /MD we possets;' Citrate .- of Magnetic Oxide 'hetri
binedt with , the most enertmtic of 'Yregetable tonics, 'Teliow
Veruvian bait.. The'Wrap to many cases of 4ebillty; loss
of appetite, and general prostration, or an otUctent Salt of
Iron, combined with- our valuable Neive Tonle, Is Most
happy. It augments the appetite; 'Mika the* pelse, talces
oil ingsculort flabbiness; mucerid the Oilalbt of debility,
and gives allutid 'vigor to the countenance.
For sale by all respectable dealers throughout the
tra - CONNITTEE FORA OAF'S LABOR.
GREAT . CENTRAL SANITARY FAIR,
bomurrzza av ".LABOR INCOMZEI AND RiVIENTTEB;"
OirFICE NO.IIB S. Ssvierrn ST, Purtaa4
' . JOHN W. CLAGHOZN, Treasurer.
. , . T HIS COMMITT EE has a special work, to
w it: to obtain a day's "labor," a dayja "IncoHrp,"
and a day's revenue," from every citizen of the., th,ree
States of Penneylvanitti'New Jersey and Delaware;for the
benefit of our sick and mounded soldiers.
The Committee's Vow fully organized at the above ad
dress, and calls far co operation of all classei'M the
We want.to'shoW what the industrial claiscs can do,for
their soldiers! ,
What the.peOple can do in their separate trades!
What Pennsylvania can do!
What. New Jeisey can do!
What Delaware can del
What each county cati,do!
What each city and town can do! " ' •
What elan profession can do !
What each trade can' do!
What each occupation can do!
What each manufactory can do !
What antitank, insnrance company and railroad can
What ea& Mine can do !
What each workshop can do I . .
What each family can do!
What each-man can do
What each woman Mtn do!
What each boy and girl can do I
We want to show to the world what Araericanmenre of
are ready to do for their soldiers I
This is a great -work Mid the time short. . -
The way. to da so Is to organize I
Organize in. our workshops—in your familins. •
Let the men organize.
Let the women organize.
Let the tradenorganlze.
Let the workmengive with their einplOyers, the. gm
ployers with their workmen.
It is easily done. If the workmen will authorize their
employer% to deduct one day from their week's or month's
earnings, and the'employers will add to it a, day of 'their
profits, the 'whole stim Will be acknowledged together to
the credit of ths: establishment. We say to all, go' to
work at oncernith us in. this great work. Hurry focutard
your contributiMis. Every acknowledgment will stimu
late others to follow your example. .
Circulars with full instructions will be sent upon appli
cation, by mall or otherwise, to the undernigned. To
work! to work! ' •
L. MONTGOMERY BOND,. 'Chairman.
Mrs. E. W.IIIITTER, •
Chalr'man of Ladies'Oommittbe.
M. J. lIITGITESON, Secretary. ap2o-d4*wks-
Lykens Valley Railroad and Coal Com
IVOTIOE. The annual meeting of the
11 Stockholdens of the Lykens Valley Railroad and
Coal Company tie held at the office of Edward Gratz,
Esq., No. 4 South teventh street, Philadelphia, on Mon•
day, the 2d day of May next, at 12 o'clock, for the:elec
tion of a President, Secretary, Treasurer. and cAverilLan
agars, to serve for the Mulling year. at. _
GEQ. WHOP - JILIN.
apldlm • Preatt,E.'-y. R: R C. Co.
EVERY TUESDAY .AND FRIDAY,
CAN 154, hag. at
ap26-dtr 'Third street, near P7abrat.
ORANEML-SIBANGESi — A large of of
suPerior . YERDSII,IO Siaily Swine ; foritale in iny
quantitYst AMR DOM ZONItPra
118 MARKET STREET.
"THE UNION—NOW AND PO4EV--ER-2-' 7 - Webster
HARRISBURG, PA., MONDAY EVENING, MAY 2, 1864
" lIEEMB 01A Xi 9
GENUINE PREPARATIONS, VIZ:
SEMIBOLD ESTBACT "RUSSIA"
riELmBoLp E'•YTRAC3' SARSAPARILLA,
HBLMBOLD IMPROVieD. ROSE WASH.
FLUID, EXTRACT BUCTIU,
A POSITIVE AND SPECIFIC REMEDY
FOR 'TtIMLASIVO OF THE
BLADDER, KIDNEYS. GRAVEL
AND DROPSICAL SWELLINGS
rpar' s Medicine increases the pow of Di-
J._ gestion, and excites the ABSORBENTS Into healthy
action, by which the WATERY or CALOEROUS• deposi
tions,, and.all UNNATURAL ENLARGEMENTS are re
ducedras ,well as. pain and inflammation, and is good for
MEN, WOMEN or CHILDREN.
lIELMOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU,
Arising from Excesses,. Habits of Dissipation,. Fatty In
..Y V Y:N:11)~I I~~.JYY: `Y:/:rte yt)~ t/]\'JIYt~YW\/ J Wlsl=~
Indisposition ,to, ,Exertion, Dryness of the Skin,
Load of Dleniory, • 'Loss of Power,'
Weak Nerves, Difficulty of Breathing,
Horror of Disease, Trembling,
Dimness of Vision, . Wakefulness,
Urilversid Lassitude.of' the Pain in the Back,
Muscular System, Flushing of the Body, •
Hot Hands, - • .'Zruptions on the Face,
These symptoms, if allowed to go, on, which this
clue invariably removes, soon follow.
IMPOTENCY, FATUITY, EPILEPTIOFITS,
In one of ..whlch the patient soay, expire. Who can say
that they-1 . 616i frequently followed by those ."dinefol
INSANITY AND CONS lON
,Many are aware of. the . CaIISQ ;9f their : sufferings, but
none ; will'confess. The'eords or the insane asylums aid
the - melancholy death's by Consumption; bear ample wit
ness to the truth of the assertlod. `.-
qnrg CONSTITUTION, ONOE .AFFECTED
Requires the aid ottnedleine to strengthen and invigorate
the system, JO:doh zjieknpald'a ,R,xtract itueh invariably
idol A.ltlal will convince the sriesthieptieal. 4
OL OR YOUNG, SDF4E, ISAIMIRD, OR p)NTEII
- : PLATIIV
In many affections pemdfax to femides the Extract Bu
Chu Is unequalled by Any 'other remeciy, as in ehlorosis or
Rotention,4rtegul,arity,PaitithiLnese, ex lnesu, supprmaion of the
cuStotnary'Eitactiationsied‘orSiiiiirrOWState of the
Uterus, Leucorrhea or inites, Sterility, and.for all com
plaints Incident to - the sex., 'Whether arising from Indiscre
tion, Habits of Dissipatical or tu the
_ 11ROLINN OR p1f..4.11 , 'GR OF 740.
NO FAMILY SHOULD BE WITHOUT IT
Talc eno Balsam; ilegc;try, or Unpleasant Medicine for. Unpleas,ant and Diusierciut Disease& ' •
.HELMBOLD'S EXTRAIOT BUCHTJ,
Cures Secret Diseases in all their stag es; at little expense;
little or no change in diet; nolnconv.snience and no expo
sure. It. causes frequent desire, ant gives strength to
Urinate, thereby removing obstructioals, preventing and
curing Strictures of the Urethra, allaying pain and linflam
mation,.sp frequent in this class of di's:a sea, amtexpelling
Poisonous; Diseased., and WOmout Ifladtor. .Thousands.
upon thousands wtorbave been the vifitims of quacks, and
who have paid heivy feetto be cured in a short time, have
found they were deceive:4 and. that the "Poison" has by
the use of "powerful Astringents," been dried up in the
aysterk.te„break but in an agtiavatect foym, and perhaps
after marriage.. '
Use:LIFIALBOLD'SErNtAVIUCI SU tor. all Affections
end Diseases-of the. UrinarkOrgans , whether existing in
Hale or Female, from whatever cassis originating, and no
matter of how tong standing. Dise aces of these Organs
requ ire the aid' of - a Diuretic. i.LI.I3OLD'S EXTRACT
BU.CRILis the Great. Diuretic, and , i Its certain to have the
desired effect in. all. Diseases fo r wkich it is. recom-
Blood—Blood-L-Blood. Helmb , Ad's Tru• s hly Concentra
ted Compound FLUID EXTRACT SAS:3IP9 SYPHII
LIS. This is an affection of the Blood, and. stings the
Sexual Organs, Liniegsnf the Ncee Ears, Throat, Vind
pipe and other Mucus - SUifaces, making its appearance in
the form og UlcerS. ileimbolet 7 s Extract Saraaparilla pu
rilleslhe Blood, and removes all Scaly Eruptions of the
Skin, giving to the Coniplexion a . Clear and Beata).- Color.
It being prepared expressly for this class of complaints,
its Alopd-PurlfyingProperties ar o preserved to a grkaief
exfsititillan: any other proparatio n Sarsaparila„
HELMBOLDro ROSE- WAS.Et.
- An excellent Lotion for diseases of at'Eyphilitic Id; ‘ 01 _,.°4
and as an injection in diseases of the Urinary Org 7 r.„.
arising from, habits of dissipation, used in connection ;In
the Extracts Ihichrrand Sarsaparilla, In such diseases as
recomorended. Evidence of the most responsible bad re
liable character will accompany the medicine& •
CATES OF CURES from eight to twenty yews standing
with names 7 knoWn' to 'Sciene9..apd .F9:1310. For Medical'
Properties - ofl3 ache rise ,Diitipensa°,
ry - 1" the United States.
See Professor DEWEE'S valuable ~ , orks on the Practice of
Physic. See remarks made by t h e late ce l e brated Dr.
PHYSICK, Philadelphia. So', remarks made by Dr.
EPHRAIM MODOWELL, a e'alebrated Physician and mem.
ber of the Royal College of 's urg n; eo an d pu bli s hed in the
Transactions of the Kir'4,s and Queen's. Journal. See
Medico - Dtdrunima Rev' .ew,publithed by BENJ. TRAVERS,
Fellow of the Royal C o ll ege of surgeons.. The most of
the late sranthr° w orks on Medicine. Extract of Buchu,
$1 00 per bo,tty, or six bottles - Tor $5 00. Extract of
SarstiPfuiSsi F -A 00-per bottle, or six -for $5 00. Im
proved Eon .. .Vasil, 50 cents per hottle, or six. for $2 50,
or 4'4 a d 'aXenmach fer.4l2 40, which wilLbosufticiOnt
M. rite moot onstinameases, if „directions are adhered
to"i D i aliviriid to any addresn, securely packed from ab
sent:don. Describe symptoms in all communications-
Cures guaranteed: Advise'. gratis.
Of Philadelphia, 'H. T. Halmbold, who, being" duly sworn,
Personally appeared- before me an Alderman of the city
doth say, his preparations contain no narcotis . no nier
onry; or other injurious drhga, 'and are pUTOIY Vegeta.bie•
H. T. HELMBOL.
,Bwom and subrioribed before me, this 23d , day of
Aiderthan, Ninth street, ab. Race; Pbll
Address letters tor reformation in confidence.
T. HELMBOLD,..cheIMsti• ,
Befit 101 loath 10th - elikeet; beiow Chastain, ramual
The subscriber offers fbr sale the stock and fixtures of
his , well known 'WHOLESALE LIQUOR STORE AND
RECTIFYING tSTABLISHMENT. Ike will sell, the whole
or part of the stock, aild'the entire fixtures. The busi
ness hes beeti Carrieton about fifteen years, and is well
established. With the store is bonneeteda Good "COPPER
R , TLI.J., It.issituated on. Canal street, between Pennsyl
vartia railroad . and canal, and has a private siding suitable
for forwarding purposes. Possession given immediately
and lease given for from one to ten years. Terms to suit
purchasers. For further information apply on :the pre
mises xp [mar24 .7 tf] 11.1:r?T. EEL.
of the best location 4 for IRON
0 'WORKS in the State for aale, at a very reasonable
•primy.tointrpnrchaser-who will improge %catenated with
in a short distance of the city of Harrisburg, between the
'Pennsylvania railroad andipanak abbot five 1 , 4 , tad' feet
widiVand alatigalaveript liqst IlitestoonlI" 2 the
aidi'jlet close to aTbOdVit'llipikeflroad; rag% for-.
itateicinders foillftyFeirs, "'vitt:tont pay itegibt.thelland --
Agply to DAVID HUHMA, Jr.,
Attorney-at-Law, No. 24 North Second street,
- - Harrisburg, Pa.-
Whilattel p. phiVreNt insett•three times and-vend bill ie
thindltlott • t : '
REAL ESTATWAT — PRIVATE SALE.
'The dovOial PrOperties of the &tate of IVILLIATI AL
LISON, deeeasedOntlie,dity flarrighurg, consisting of
Houses thtFront street and Chestnut Street, at and near
the corner of Fronton(' Chestnut streets, a vacant lot on
Mulberry street, near Third street, and 1034 acres
of land 'atthe, 'eastern tetrmlnus, ofiMarkht 'street, are of
fered Fet terms of saleapplYto the undersigned,
Seventh and Noble streets, Philadelphia,
(14141 H) . THOMAS MICITRAN. .
NEW GROGERY AND PROVISION STORE.
BAYER & KOERPER,
W EL O . IsEZA LE AND RETAIL
G'~:OCi It E S
Queoa'sand Glass Ware,
AND ALL HINDS OF •
D N T R Y 0 DU •CI E ,
TIITAVE just opettedli large and well selected
stock of goods'itt . their Stand, N 0.3 lilarketSquare,
Harrishurg, Pa., to which they Write the attenticer of the
public p i enerally. nolO.dly
:31 H E' l i
THIRD STREET, NEAR WALNUT,
\ WHOLESALE . AND-ItEIAII: MUM IN
CONFECTIONERY FRUITS, &C.,
Moss Paste, Fige, Dates,
Fig Paste f'ruues,
Harshtailow Gum Drops, Alreionds,lValquts,
'Oream,Chbildinte ;Drops, : Filberts, ;
Plain Candies, &c. Cream Ntits, '
Oranges and Lemons, 'Ground Nuts,
Co. Frelts, ' Pecan Nuts,
Teas and Spices, all kinds, Cranberries,
Palx4Bags, ; RomlnY e nd -..Beans
Cider Vinegar, Cakes and Crackers,'
Fresh and Salt Fish , itys Sweet and Irish Potatoes,
sone:• . - ' Green and Dried Fruit.%
Vegetables in 801113011,.... And Country Profuse
ItteT z eLk
(Sucoes.sors teW in. Dock, Jr., it Co.) ' '•
ELLER§ IN FINE FAMILY ,GROOE-•
Jur RIES CiPposite handa fine
of different vintages. •
FINN AND COMMONIPTNES,. •
, , ,!:• • Description.
: , IMONONGAILELA;
FINE IRISH AND SCOTCH
Whiskys. The hest over brought to this market.
OLD WIIEAT; • • •
And the celebrated
CHESTNUT GROVE WHISKY.
SCOTCH,AND IRIS:13 - *4LES._
- • I LONDON BROWN STOUT. •
WILD CHERRY,• : • • •
WIGWAM TONIC BITTERS
With a complel.e. stock of .
'ENGLISH. AND -AMERICAN PICKLES
And Condiments of every descrititiOn now in the market,
' and at .
FEE LiGiVBST RetT.F . LOS
VISITING, WEDDING, INYITATION
AND AT H.O7IF.IPARDS.,;-W special arrangement
with one of best engriivers,in 'the country; ;nude of
any description OA be executed' in the higheet style of
art, conformable with the latest fashion, and, supplied
premptly; aylower prices thin ere,cluirged by the,station
ectact.blew, York or . Ftdjadelphis. , For siMplei and prices
hill at - - 13ERGNERiS BOOK STORE-.
Xnehttiti - ;
TO THE PUBLIC
THE• • - .
.DIRECTORS. OF THE BOOR Dau
pttin county have, TWENTY CHILDREN; froin two,
to twelve years of age, which . they are, desirous of indeit
turmg to proper parties. For‘forther information apply
to Die ,Lopls-tf] DIRECTORS °FAME POOR
flon's SPAREDNg, tEI
. O.T.*,the best
manufactured,)uit received and'
fel (suczetioors to Wni. 'Pock, jr., & Co.)
NA T I V E
FINE BLACKBERRY and ELDERBERRY WINE.
Warrarded pure. Fot wale at
. : • SIDSLF,R & FRAZER,
jan2s (quomsors to W. Dock, jr & Co.)
'IT A ATS.—Fiftsen thou
sand ibs: Alichenerls ExCeltior Hams
cured expressly for family use arid for this market.
L dtle at . SEMLER & FRAZER;
feb2 . (successors to Wm. Dock jr.,r& Co.)
APPLES.-200 barrels of New York State
Apples, of a choloe variety, just received, and sold
Injany quantities, to Enat purcbwrs, at tbe, new
grpce..y of [6l4] , . BOXER
MOr BOOKS, GAMES, &o —A Large as
aartmuma ot Toy Booka, Games,: &m,Just'neeived at
nol9. SOBEFFER'S BOOKSTORE, .Barrisbmg, ,
—• • -
NE TV B
DAYS OF SHODDY
:NA :received ut, SCHEFFER'S BOOKSTORE.:
CORN MEAL—.A. • fine article. ' Just re
ceiveitat• -,613:18123,* FRA.ZER,
.mftral .• esso -to Wm. Dock. jr., Co.).
We !IWO...lust doe seloction of 411t1.'LESOn
Prime order. For . Ism 1?3 , the. barrel, bushel . or. small
quantity - • " SHISEER & FRAZICR,
• Otrocessors to Wm. Dock, jr.,-?i.!.G0.)
40 ' -:l2arso9—X.B BOXES: ,O
;10013Urre 14 5 iiftHOICE APPLES for Bide t a.
JOHN WISE Fruit Store
Death of the Piesidetit of the
Farmers' nigh School.
Special to the Tele,:aph.]
Bminvoxmv., April 30.
Prof.. P,ughe, President of. the Farmeis'
High SchOol, died yesterday, after a very
short Illness: He was a man of Splendid at
tainments, much respected by all:who knew
him, and hfs death will be a serious loss to
AN' IMPORTANT ORDER.
- - -. .WASHINGTON, April 30.1
A-special orderisanedtbyPtheMar Depalit
ment this moirdng "fdclnires - all enlisted men,
nowin.this eitpon detailed duty, to repOrt
forthwith tolheir regiments in the field un
less they can produce, from the proper med
ical authority, certificates of iiityq q al
ity, and are unable - to perform dutieS in the
field. • " 2-
While the Senate amendments to the army
appropriation bill were tinder consideration in
the House to-day, representative Sohn*,
uhairman of the Military Committee; prepoted
rto substitute for the section relating to' negro'
soldiers the Senate bill equalizing the pay of
all soldiers of the army, which had been pas
sed upoitby dig 'C'onatnittee: with some mod
ifications, also increasing.the pay,- the
Senate having, become impatient atthe delay
of the House ,in not acting , upon their bill
incorporated its provisions in the army ap
propriation bill, which provisions with amend
ments by the committee of Ways and Merzys,
and those of the military committee, forn;ted
the basis of the House proceedings of to-day,
and still is as stated in congressional slim
The subscriptions to the 10-40 loan repor
ted at the Treasury Department to-day,
amounts to 1854,000.
XXXVDIth Ongress---First `Session.
WASHINGTON, 'April 30..
• Mr. Sumner (Masi.) introduced' bill Ifor
-the greater efficiency, of the civil service. pi
dered to be printed.
Mr. Wilson (Mass.) offered a joint resolu
tion, that no officer - Of the regular or vohin
tear torces whose appointment is required by
the President, by and with the advice and
consent of the Senype and who shall l a ve
resigned his coramissicin, and whose rest a
tion' shall have been accepted, shall be 'entitled
to hold or exercise command inthe said forces
until again appoiuted thereto by the Presi4ent,
with the advice and cod - sent or tile' dentt.v. -
Refcired'to`the Committee on Military Affairs.
Mr Garfield (ohic) introduced the res6lii
tion which 1)11r. Ancona (Pa.) objected, to yes
terday, in which he . quoted the ,remark,here
tofore made by F. P. Blair, to the effect that
Secretary Chase is making use of the - lucerne
'trona abandoned plantations, to carry out The
programme of Pomeroy's secret circular, and
waS against the AclininiStration whiak-eiave
'place; that riobodY, 'believes he`"r'et'ired tie a
candidate for the Presidency; although he has
said' so in a letter, liut as wonting underground,
and using, his public .position to.promote t his
own political ;. e _ernes, thus ninningthe Pome
'The preamble further states from the New
York York IFOr/d.andthe Constitutional Union,
which papers e.optained articles charging
frauds in the fractional currency, and, as pie
Hon. 'James Broolighas to-day repeated ,the
substance of these' articles, therefore,
Resolved, That, a, committee.of five' be :4-
' pointed by the Speaker of the House _tip in
vet.tigate the truth of the allegations above
quoted, or of any other allegations affecting
the integrity of -the Treasury. Department,
and that they.haxefpower to send for persons
Mr. Holinan llndiana) suggested that the
committee consist ofnine members, with leave
to report, at atirtiime.
Mr. Garfield consented to the amendment.
Mr. ,Broo,ks did not object to the resolution
but the misrepresentation of his remarks as
quoted in. the preamble.
Mr. Garfield replied, that he had adopted
the remarks as taken by the official reporter.
Mr. Brooks said his remark was millions
upon millions of public money in the treasury.
Bureati' of printing 'had been placed'at he
peril of sacrifice.
Mr. Garfield. I took the exaotwords of the
reporter- and cannot change thein. Mr. Brooks
desired to have his remark about the'printing
of public Money properly stated. -
Mr: Brooniall (Pa.) objected:
Mr. Brooks remarked that he ought to be
allowed to report what he actually,did say, but
as objection was"made, he:would take the, re-
Solution as reported. The resolution was then
adopted. . •
Mr. Garfield requested that he be . not placed
on the committee. • . •
Mr: Stevens reported'," from the 'Committee
of Ways and Means, the - Senate amendments
to the army appropriation bill. Among them
is one, which was adopted,
$45,000 for the purchase of artificial limbs
for soldiers and sailors:
The next Senate amendment was read; and
in which the committee recommended concur
rence, that colored persons mustered into the
militia service shall receive the samenniform,
clothing, ants; equipment, rations, medical
and hospitalattendance, pay and emoluments
as white soldiers, from and after the first of
January, 1864, and every person of color
hereafter Mustered into the service shall re
ceive' a bounty not exceeding ono hundred
pdr. Holman said, white soldiers, now re
ceived $l3, and colored soldiers $lO per month,
the proposition is to raise the pay of the blacks
to the:former amount; but there is no effort
to increase the. pay ; of the white soldiers,
while, in addition to equalizing the,pay for the
benefit of black soldiers, the Government is
sled supporting the wives and children of col
ored soldiers.. , -
Destruction of. Rebel. Solt Works
,T9ift G a T A T ' A P ril3° ' '
The Navy DepaAMent tins received p, com
mnnicationlroin icting Rear'Admiral Bailey,
commanding, the Fait Gulf BlOckadintiSqoad
ron, giving details of two expdditionp-io the
vicinity of St. Andrew's Bound, Florida, 'un-
PRICE TWO CENTS.
E NT.I o.ll'1 0 10 E,
'the foilinving are the rAuss'for iidoeitiithig id thr
cotArn. These Fyav , nig edvertising to do 51 1 4. h ri
7ordeu lifer referem!...,
Four lines or iess-cormtitute one-half FT:nre:
mum than four constitute a,square.
rm. A ma.? SQVAILE.
One day ¢--80
Two days 30
One wee- T 23
One mouth S 01:k
Two month. 4 50 .
Three. months' 5 50
One year lb 00 I
sor Business notices"
before Marriages and
To/4days, . 141
?kat days- 1 IA
One week 2 . 25
One month fi GC
Two months... . 909
!bre? tnonths.i.,. - ... ;II 1.0
St.i months 15 0
One ye* 26 0
o $2 26
• in the Local" COluann, or
Emir Cmgn PER Lecs [la
der direction of Acting Volunteer Lieutenant
Wm. B. Brown.
The first consisted of eight refugees in a
dugout canoe,vilid ascended WetaphoAiver
some twenty Miles - White Bluff; and there
destroyed 2,000 buShels of salt and brought
away the sacks, captured *a barge thirty-six
feet long, eleven Met beam and three feet
deep, which he is fitting with a howitzer for
Twenty-three refugees were brought off.
The other expedition consisted of twenty-two
men in the boats of-the-. Restless, who pro
ceeded up. East Bay. They succeeded in des
roying two governnunt salt works wt'i 3CO
bushels of salt. There are five companies of
Rebel cavalry in that vicinity to guard these
works, who rebuild them.as fast as destroyed.
MARI:LETS:BY- TaLEGRA en.
PHILADELPFLIA, April 30.
There itr• nuch -inactivity yet in the flour
market ; holders.: maintain their views with
increased firmness: - - There was but a fewhtm
dred sold for export at $7 50()7 75 for
extras, ssgs 25 for extra family. The sales
to the" return to retailers and bakers are
small, at a range of 57@,7 25; for superfine
npto`s9olo per bbl. fancy brands accord
ing to quality. In rye flour and corn lineal
no change. Wheat is scarce, and small sales
of red at at Sl 8001 90; white ranges from
$2 to 2 05. 'Rye, if here, would command
$1 50. Corn - wanted at $1 35@136, with
but little offering; sales of 6,000 bush. Penn's.
Oats at 900. No change in clover or timothy;
seed sales of flaxseed at $3.40. There is no
qUercitrort bark here, and it is firm at $4O
Provisions are the same as last rated: retro
learn—the market is bare of crude and refined
in bond ; in the absence of stock the market
is quiet, and prices nominal. Whisky is un
settled, and nominally held at $1 27(01 30.
Stocks inactive. Penn'a 58, 981; Reading
railroad, 675; Morris canal. 82; Long Island,
46; Penn's railroad, 731; Gold, $1.78A; ex
change on New York, par.
NEW AD V ERTISEMEN TS.
Steam Weekly , to Liverpool.
TOUCHING at QURENSTOWN, (Cork Liar
bor:) The well - known Steamers of the Liverpool,
Now York and Philadelphia Steamship Company, are in
tended to sail as follows:
EDINBURG, Saturday, May 7, CITY OF WASIMCGTGN,
Saturday, May 14, CITY OF ALa_NCELETER, Saturday,
May 11,und every succeeding Saturday, at Noon, from
Fier 44, North River.
RATES OF PASSAGE,
PAYABLi IN GOLD, OK 11.8 EU Di V At. IJVAT LN OURIaLICOY.
FIRST GABIN $BO 00 STEERAGE • vso oo
do to London 85 00 do to London 34 00
do to Paris 95 00 Ido to Paris • 40 00
do to Hamburg_ 90 00 do to Hamburg..... ' 37 09
'Passengers also forwarded to Havre, Bremen,ltotte.r
-darn,. Antwerp &c., at equally low raws. .
Fares from Liverpool or Queenstown: Ist Cabin, $75,
435. $lO5. qt , ...r.10• - evr
their.frteuds can buy tickets here at these rates.
For further information apply at the Mara - int , s Offices
JOAN. G. DALE, Agent, 15 Broadway, N: Y., or C. 0
7.1N1 id ERNI AN, liarrisbura lf2kdly
sOLE• AGENCY FOR, 'THIS crEY
lAFi happy to offer to the public a large
and Splendid assortment of
SU PE R. 104 GOLD PENS
tn4nnfitetured by , -
LEROY IV. ' FAIRCHILD.
'Then Pens are isell flalsbe i, elastic and will give 2131 i/ e
Second street, opposite Piesbytei tan Church,. H.Arrisbuig,
LINERY GO 0.1) S.
, M.RS. J. HIBBS,
• . OAS QMO3I:O B AT •
NO. 8 MARKET SCLATARE.,,
(Next door to Felix's Confeetionerv.)
~GTHERE SHE IS PREPARED to sell to
the ladies of Harfisburg and vicinity the
Latest Styles of Millinery and Fancy Goods.
At cheaper prices than soy house in eta city. Thequaiit
of her goods cannot be surpassel. ,
DRESS MAKLIVO 1N THE LATEST STYLE
Will be neatly execute - 1 —
Ladies cailand'examinp for yoursetc.i
PERFUMING LINEN ANDPREFENTING MOTH.
9 1 BIS POWDER-a • corr*lincl of ralOable
articles for the destractiori- insectstil,trthuted
among or dusted over Furs, Woolens; Carpets, Clothln',
&c., packed away for slimmer, ;WC]. effectually preventmoth.
Being-alsq a delightful, diffusable , perfume it Will i,n
pregame clothing, &e, with te Lasting and pleasant odor.
The,flnmt.tabrincannot be injured by its
Prepar,ed aod sold at • KELLER'S
Drug and nuacy Goods Store, No. 91 Market street.
111.0.t - trassaes I Sp,rlng-.Beda Comforts :
PA.L2II UR AP HAIR TOP BIATTRASS'Et. 4 .
Palm Leaf.; Cotton Top Ilattr.
Corn Husk Mattrassel.
- Patent. Sprikg, Sktt i3eak.
Peacher and Boistera
Cott i Comforts and Spreads.
Ladles' Willow Work Stands. •
Carpet Camp Stools.
Door Rugs, Carpet Hassocks.
Iron Bedsteads, latest pattern, &c., &
N. B.—Sofas, Lounges, Cushionie Chairs and Mattrass
repaired.. Bair and Spring Mattmmot made to order. N.,
109 Market street, Harrisburg, Pa.
DR.. B. M. G.T_ILDEA,
RESPECTFULLY inforins the citizens of
.Harrisburg and vicinity. that he has removed his of
free from Market street to Third street, next door,
Patriot and Unionoffice, where be isprepared. taitecosi.
modate all who may desire his profes.Vpbal,ser.vices.
aprl4 ' '
JOB PRINTING OFFICE
To • 7
SOUTH" SECOND' STREET,.
Two Doors Below Hardware Store.
OPPOSITE THE- PRESETTEELOI CHURCH.
SCHOMACKER & CO.'S PIANOS
TFICIO well , known in-this el , y to need corn -
mu:dation.ln use by
And midiVetber diatingolebed - eitizens. The 'undersigned
offers these superb instrunaents_at pfices tt iat , „ mum rail
to• Command public painknage.
N. Et.—No OLDsaid: ori banal e
Aito, Ap er d for tbe•Palivalled • •—•
- • - • -
BRADBITEIPS, .Cr 4LEEICATEM: ;PIANOS.
Chickerlng's'and 'dil ei fife . eery best naakre..
None but perfect instrlatients - -
Cal] and see largest stock out of great 'Pale.
max2B-tf S.-WARD, Third street Music Store,
J. T. lIARNITZ.