Pennsylvania telegraph. (Harrisburg, Pa.) 1864-1864, May 27, 1864, Image 1

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    THE TELEGRAPH
IS PUBLISHED
MORNING AND EVENING,
BY GEORGE BERGNER.
OFFICE THIRD ST., NEAR WALNUT.
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
SDi'GLE SUBSCRIPTION
Tar DAILY TKLEGRAPH is served to subscribers in the
city at S cents per week. Yearly subscribers will be
charged $5 00 in advance. Those persons who negleetto
pay in advance will be charged SEI 00.
SITEF.KLY TELEGRAPH.
Too TELBJ ru is also published weekly, and is furnished
to subscribers at the following cash rates
Siugic copies, weekly
Three copies to one l'ost Office
Ten copies to one Post Office
MEDICAL.
GLAD NEWS FOR THE lINFORTONATE!
TIM LONG-SOUGHT-FOR
DISCOVERED AT LAST
Cherokee Itemedy,,
AND I
CHEROKEE INJECTION!
COMPOUNDED FROM . ROOTS, BARKS AND LEAVES.
UTERUS BEE REMEDY, the great Indian Diuretic.
sures all diseases of the urinary organs,. such as Isamti
news of the Urine, Inflammation of the Biadder t Inflam
mation of th Kidneys, Stone in the Madder, Stricture,
Gravel, Greet, Gonnorhea, and is especially recommended
in those cases of Fluor Anna (or Whites in females) se/Acre
_
all the old nauseous medicines have faded.
.lam It is prepared in a highly concentrated form, the
dm only being Crain ono to two teaspoonfuls three tholes
per day.•
0- It is diuretic and alterative in its action; purifying -
and cleansing the blood, causing it to flow in all of its
original purity and vigor); thus removing from the system
all pornicious causes which have Induced disease.
CHEROKEE INJECTION is intended as an ally or itsaist:
ant to the CHEROKEE HESIEDY and should be used in
conjunction with that meflieine in all cases of Oorreerrhea.,
Oled, Puler Albus or Whites. Its effects are . hemlinp,
nothing and demulcent; removing all scalding, heat,
chordee and pain, instead of the burniUg anfl ' almest un
endurable pain that is experienced with nearly all the
cheap quack Injections.
Jor-By the use of. .the CHEROKEE REMEDY add
CHEROKEE INJECTION—the two medicines at the same
time-all impropeiiiiichirgeti ate removed, and the weak
mod organs are speedily restored to fell vigor and
strength.
.
imrFor full particulars, get our pamphlet from any
drug store in the country, or write us, and wo will Med
free, to any address, a Tull treatise.. •
*a_ Price, CHEROKEE REMEDY, $2 per hottlf3; or
three bottles for $5.
.Price CHEROREE INJECTION, $2 per bottle, or
three bottles for $5.
M. Sent by express to any address on receipt, of
price.
.Sold by all druggists ovorywhere.
DR. W. R. REMIT - IN.& CO.,
Solo Proprietors,
marlo-eodly No. 59 Liberty `Street; Novi York.
CHEItOYETI CURE
TEE GREAT
INDIAN MEDICINE
COMPOUNDED FROM
ROOTS, BARKS AND LEAVES
An unfailing cure for Spermatorrhea, Seminal Weak-
nest, Nocturnal Emissions, and all diseases caused by self
-
pollution; such as Loss of Memory, Universal Lassitude,
Pains in the Back, Dimness of mien, Premature Old Age,
Weak Nerves, Difficulty of Breathing, Trembling, Wakeful
ness, Eruptions on the Face, Pale Countenance, Insanity,
Consumption, and all the .IXrqful complaints caused by de
parting from the path of mature.
SWThis medino is a simple vegetable extract, and one
n which all can rely, salt has been used in our practice'
for many years, and with thousands treated, it bait not
failed in a single instance. Its curative powers have been,
sufficient to gain victory over the most Stubborn case.
.ps-To those who have trilled with -their constitution,
until they think themselves heyondlhe reach of medical
hi, we would say, Despair not 1 the Mown= CURB will
restore you to health and vigor, and after all quack doe
tors have failed
Sir For full particulars, get a Circular from any Drdg
Store in the cmintry, or write the Proprietor, who. will
mail free to anyone desiring the same, a full treatiiie - in
pamphlet form.
in-Prices $2 per bottle, or three bottles for $5, and
forwarded by express to all parts of the world.
Atir Sold by all respectable druggists everywhere.
R. MERVIN 1k CO.,
Sop: Pworrarroxs,
marle,eodly No. 52 . 1..tberty street, New York.
F E
LIQUORS'.
Shissir •Sz;-Pr'azer,
(Successors toWm. Dock, Jr., & Co.)
DEALERS IN F IN E .FAMILY GROCE
RIES opposite the Court House, have on bandanna
selection of
BRANDIES /
of different vintages.
PEVA' AND COMMON WINES,
Of Every Deacriptims.
WHISKYS.
•
OLD BOURBON, •
MONONGAHELA,
FINE IRISH AND SCOTCH
Whlskya The best over brought to this market.
!OLD WHEAT,
.17A321Ar NECTAR,
e,I
And the' cebiai ,l; ed .
crwrtlirf GROVE WRISEY.
CHAMPAGNE WINES.
'maw JOHANNESBURG, -
SCOTCH AND. IRISH. ALES.
LONDON BROWN STOUT.
!MD CHERRY,
PL&NTATION WIGWAM TONIC Brrnuts
With a complete stock of
ENGLISH AND AHERICAN PICKLES
And condiments of every description now in the market,
and at
I'H LOWEST RATES.
FINE TABLE OILS.-40 boxes fine table
oils of the Mist importations for Bale, wholesale and
retail, by . SHISLER
mys . midcessors to W. Dock, Jr., & Co.
-JJ)CASES FINE IMPERIAL FRENCH
MUSTARD, for sale by
SHISLER &FRAZER,
m➢s successors tO NV: Dock, Jr., & Co.
50 DOZEN JARS ENGLISH PICKLES,
comprising Pleating, Choi'', Chow, Cauliflower,
Mixed Pickles, Gerkins, Walnuts and Onions.. For sale
wholesale and retail by SHISLER:k FRA 7 4 I{ 6 .
14 0
5 successor? to W. .
. , . .
1.5 000 LBS. TrA.MS-.-7=nleea-thou
, sand lbs. Ificnener's 'Excelsior Ifams
cured expressly for family use and for this market,
Bale at . CHIMER Sr FRAZER,
feb2 (successom to Wm. Dock, jr., & Co,)
ORANGES! ORANGES 1 !--21) *boxes in
prime order. Just received wholesale and retail
rot SIIISLER & FRAZE.I4,
successors to Wm. Dock, Jr., k ,„. i
DRAM MUSTARD, the best imported;
just received and for sale by
, gliStitt FRA
feyi. r.. (stumessars W Wm. Deck, & Co) ;
T O Tag' I F UBLIOI—Thei undersigned offer for sale, In their season, a very large quantity
Varior RoSE BURNES, and FLOWER PLANTS in 'great
etyb
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BY GEORGE BERGNER
MEDICAL.
DYSPEPIA I .
DISEASES RESULnaG FROM
DISORDERS OF THE UVER
lID DIGESTIVE 0111 ANS,
IEO 0 FL A.NIDIS
6-ERMAN BITTERS,
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THE '
,GREAT, STRENGTHENING TONIC.
'SE Bittora,haye performed more cures;
.
hdve and' give better satisfaction; have more Les-;
timonY; have more reapectable people to .vouch for them :
Wan any other article in the market.- .
We,dofy,any sine'tb , contradict this 'assertion, and will
pay $l,OOO to any 'one 'that Will produce a Certilicate ,pub
,
lished by us that is'not genuine. HOfland's German Bit
tors, will cure every,cap3 of Chronic or Nervous :Debility,
Diseases of the Kidneys, and diseases arising .from a dis-!
ordered stemach.. serve , % the. following, symptoms, re
sulting fromtheftiliordeis of the digestive organs: Con- i
stipation, inwardZiles,_Fullness of. Blood to the head,
Acidity of the. St:ornabli; Nous*, Heartbern, bi.igusf for
ruLlness'or weight hi thOStomich, Sour F.inctatioft.,
Sinking oriluttering at the pit of the stomach; SWIM:n . I4 i
of the head, Hurried and difticult z brpathin g, "lettering at
the heart, Choking or:sffo
ucating sensations when in al
lying posture, DironemoeviaiON.Dota or webs before i,the
sight r iever anildnlbpain.in the head, Deficiency of pets
pirationy Yellowness of the skin and eyetyPain hi the:side,
.bask, chest, limbs, &c... Sudden hu.shee of:heat,,. Burning,
in the flesh, Constant. imaginations of evil, and: great de
pression of 'Spirit&
Remember that this Bitters is not alcoholic, contains no:
tum or whisky, and can's make -drunkards, but.the!
bast Tonle in the world. - -
READ WHO ' " SAYS SO'
. .
From the Rev: Levi G. Beck,- Pastor of theßaptist;
Church, rembertoh, N.. J., formerly of the North Baptist!.
Church, Philadelphia. . ,
[have known Hooliand's German Bitters favorably lfor *
a number of years. I have used them in my.ownlamily
and have been so. pleasial.with their effects that I Wa.8413-
duced'to'retommond them to many others,• and know:that;
they have operated in a
. strikingly beneficial manner.
take great - pleasure in , 'thtts publicly iorodlaiming this'
fact, and culling the attention of those afflicted with Lhe,
diseases for which ,ffloy are - riicorompaded to these' Bit-i
tars, knowing from esnerleiffle that My recoinaientlaiion,
Will be sustaitexL. I do this teeth - cheerfully is Hoof-;
land's Bitters is intended to "benefit the afflicted, 'mid Is'
"not a rum drink." Yours
"" •
, .
From Rdy., J. Newton Brown, D. D., Editor of the En.
cyclopedia of Reliffioua Knowledge and Christian Chroriietc Philabelphia :
,
Althhhgli not disposed to favor or recommend Petene :
.blehicinas in general, through distrust of "their ingredients,
and effeets, I yet know or no sufficient reasons a.
man May not testily to.the benefits he believes lilinself to
have received from any simple preparation,, in the hope
that he may thus contribute to the benefit of others.
I do this the more readily in regard to Ilooflanffis,Ger!
man Bitters, prdliared by Dr."C. M. Jankson, of, this city
because I was Prejudiced against them for. many yes s,l
under the impression that they . were' cagey an alcoholie
mixture: I'am indebted to, my friend ,:' Robert Shoemal
ker, Esq., for the removal of this prejudice 'by proper!
tests" and fur encouragement tOtry, them when 'angering
from great and' long continued debility. The use of
three bottles of those Bitters' at the beginning of the
present year, was 'followed by evident relief and restorel
Lion toe degme et bodily and mental +igor which ,I ,hatE
not t for months before, and had almost despaired of
regaining. I therefore thenkVed and mso 'friend' for di:
reeling me to the use of them. ' •
.7..NEwroN BROWN, Philada.
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From Rev. Warren Itandffiph, Pastor' of Baptist
Church, Germantown, Penn.
Dr. C. M. Jackson:=LDear , Sir:—Personal experience
enables me to say that I regard the German Bitters, pre. ;
pared by you, as a most excellent Medicine. Da . cases of
severe - cold and general debility I have been medicine,',
fitted by the tweet the Bitters. and doubt...not they Wilt
produce similar effects on others. ' .
Yours truly WARDEN RANDOLPH„
' . • Germantown, pe.
From Rai -if... Turner, Pastel* of Redding N,
Church, Pliiladt4plda.'
• lief Dn C. M, lackson:—Deor Sir:— ving, your Ge
rman Bitters in Mr fandly freOMNY I Mit PTaliaW In
that it his beetiof •great•seilice. I believe thist
cases of general debility: of the system
it is the salaie and
most valuable remedy of which I have any knowledge. I
Yours, respectfully J. EL. TURNER,
• • , Ne... 726 14,. Nineteenth street.
From the Rev. J. M. Lyons,' forewtrly Pastor of the .
Columbus (N: J.) and Mileatown (Pa.) Baptist Churches. i
Him Itoonte YE
Jaelisetn:—Dear Sir:—l feel itnpleasure , kthus;
of MY Own- accord, tobeartestimony to the excellenatt4
the Getman Beittrs. Seem year since AsMir. Amick af:
ivitilDfspeplia; I used them with' mety - bilitelleß4
reCults.' I have often recommended them to perioneen:
feebled by that tormenting disease, and havi heard froni
them the Jmoat- flattening -testimonials as to their greae .
value. Tticeses itrgeneraPdebility,4 .bellevelit to be a
Ontalhatowinot.be p:urpasspi:L iorgNs, •
CLARET
. .
; From the Rev Thomas:W*l,MM Pastor of Roxboro ugh
Baptist Churc'h. . •;•
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'• Dr. Jackson :L—Dear Rik :--LI. telt at-,duo So your . excel,
lint: preparation , Hoolland:: German . Bitter s„ to add ,', my
testimony to the deserved, reputation it has Obtained: ; I
hive for years, at titMm,lMtin treibled erith great disorder
in my headand. nervous . mate*. r: was advised spy_ a
friend to tritikatMe of your sys tem .
Ritters;,44 so, and
have ermient:ed ifirMtoull unexpected relief; .My health
has been very materially Asineated.Tconfldently.reetan;
I.
mend the article where meet with cases similar M . my
own, and have been assured by:. many of fir..goOd of
temp,. Reepicitully yours,
.- —,.• • '--- ,
I
T. TiER, Re inuA rt. ,
From Rev. J. 8. - 'Herman, , o the" Gpinitui ,Beformed
Church, Kutitown, 'Barka county, Pa. , .
have
Dr. C. M. Jackson:—.Respected Sir :—I , e b ee n
troubled with Dyspepsia nearly twenty years, and Vaili
never used any medicine that did me as, much good at
Hoofland's Bitters. lam very much limithied in health,
after having taken Ave bottle" -
Yours with respect, ' - • J. S. HERMAN. •
. .
PRICES.. OO
Large Size (bolding nearly double quantitt) gl;uu7
$5
per bottle—hg( doz
small giM-75 cents per ,bottle—lisilf doz. 4 0(1
BENFARE OF:COUNTKRTEITS •
s ee 0 0 1, signature of "C. M. JASES4SI,”,. th e
WRAPPER Of each bogie. •
Should your nearest Ilkuggizt net have the article, do
not be lAA oftbi any Otte isitoiniatine prei, an wt em , that
may be offered in its place, lalit•pepd ."4. we will
forward, securely packen,.., • -
Principal Cillice and •Iftinulictory,
• R.O.iii:S.VokR,U,R STEER
;; 111.MIDELPHIA. ....I
. JONES dr . •
Ilsoxieers fo C. IL Jacksond
PROM:VMS
For sale by Drumlins and Dealers in ovary town in the
United States. my/04aw/y
It=
LEVI G. BECK. ,
"THE .UNJON-NOW AND FQ.RYIVEI.."
HARRISBURG, PA., FRIDAY EVENING, MAX 186-1
MISCELLANEOUS:
JULIUS RQS,EINpA
29
OPTICIAN,
BEGS to inform the inhabitants of Harris
burg and vicinity that he has removed to No. 29
North Second street, two doors frbm Walnut. Thankful
for the confidence and patronege bestowed on me during
my stay on Market Square, I hope to merit a continuance
of the same at raynew stand.
PARTICULAR ATTENTION is called to the
CELEBRATED TINTED PARABOLE SPECTACLES,
for which Fclaim the undermentioned advantages:
leL That from the peculiar construction of the Glasses,
they assist and preserve the sight, rendering : frequent
change quite unnecessary.
21 That they coifer abriliiancyand distinctness - of vi
sion, with - alt an)eitlit eu.sq itrid comfort not hitherth en
joyed by spectacle wearers.
3d. That the material from which the Lenses are ground
is manufactured. specially for, ,optical purposes, and is
roan, mean sae nittnniorx., and no' liable to become
4th. That the frames in which . they are set; whether in
gold, silver or steel, are of .the finest quality and finish,
and GUARANTEED mass= in every respect . •
.sth. That, from.their peculiar color they prevent a as
perflnity of light affecting the retina,. and. therefore
strengthining the optic nerve and rendering it less liable
to Artauroals.,
Constantly tn.hand, a large assortment of Achromatic
Microscopes; ,Spy,Glasses, Opera, Marine. and Field Glass
es; Stereoscopes anti Views, Magic Lanterns, Barometers
Thermometers, liagnets, Ste., &sc.
Remember that Rosendale's Institute will be permanent
at No. 29 Nortit - Beound street, liveditors, from the Bueh
er House. - • * 4 4 -11 ' * - ap7-dawam
.NO , EXCUSE .. FOR EXPLOSIONS.
ASHCROFT% LOW wAtilqt
Ts AN INFALLIBLE PROTECTION against
aay poseible iiijw t to .steam boilers, from ai lack et
tv
watar,,tdclita the .great . iource of so. many sad catastro
phes, and smmuch damage the burning of boilers.
We warrant this instraurient to be a perfect insuranc:
against suulk coutingencies; perfect satisfaction guaran
teed ur no pay. Price $5O.
Send for an instrument and try. at; if :not satisfactory
you may.return it. .Circulars with references sent to any
one desiring them. Addiese your communications to
ni.34-d&wtf ' Pittsburg,
ALBRECHT, RIMS & SCHEIDT'S
EXCELSIOR PIANOS.
SOLE AGENCY AT W. ENOCH:ES,
'O3 Market street, Harrisburg.
"VI OR
.REASONS i)erfeetly satiefacfory to
itYS - EliFj bavotaken,tbe wiry °tithe above, t m l est
rescellent Piaxios. ' Th e'riblth is invited to come ant ex
amine for themselves. -
A fewSollomaoket Sc Co!s Piaggs pg y
m et
a . 1.2 w 5 d
dsol , ,
SOLE, AGENCI,TOR..THIS, CITY
WADI happy to' 'offer 'to the public a large
and splendid assortment oil
SUPERIOR- 'GOILITY PENS;
manufaetunid •
LEROY -W. -FAIRCHILD.
These Penoare'viell MA'AM. ; elastic; and will give en
tire satisfaction., . •
PLEASE TRY IPFIESL •
SCHEMA'S EfOOK STORE,
Second strtet, opposite Prothyterian Church, Harrisburg
ap23
MOTH
SACHET POWDER, '
PERFUMING LINEN AND PREVENTING MOTH
THIS PONYPE.K—a compound of .ildnable
articles for the, destruction of insects—distributed
among or dusted aver Furs, Woolens, Carpets ; Clothing,
&a, packed.away-for summer, will effectually prevent
moth.
Being also a defightful, diffusable perfume it will im
pregnate clothing, Ste., with a lasting and pleasant odor.
.The finest fabric cannot be injured by . its.use.
' , .Prepared and itolfi. at • ' , KELLER'S
:,. Drug and Fancy Goods Store, No. 91 Market street: ,
0923
DRS , HITE'S; ,
YELLOW W A TP: 1 1: POWDER FOR
HORSES.—During a practice of many yparkin this
• commonity, Dr. Hite has satisfied hiniaelf that.thli pew
der is vastly:superiorto'imy other article In nse':for /the
curis'of Yellow Water . , and - is -of xreat service to; Horses
that have - lost their appetite and aralridebelindi Mend tired
or distempered, • Also, that'll. will prevent Glanders, Colic
and •the•Hols;when faithfulizmied two Or three times a
week—l-invigorating: and fattenirig. For improving the
condition of a Horse, he asserts there is no better medi
eine, as it will strengthen the stomach; and assist diges
tion, cleanse the intestines or Offeniiiio matter, and regu
late the bowels; when coinive,•purift• the blood and pro
•mote perspirationtbui the skin is - kept loose, the; pores
tare opened, and a lean, scabby horse becomes mt. and
- The Powder 'can. be u3ed for Cattle, Sheep and' Hogs,
with good effect. . • • •
.
' PrePared only and Sold at - Keller Drag Store,. No. 91
Market street, Haritiabt4tx.
.c : SMITH . ~. .
A • •
AALTTOR t aNITE.N" wA'..9E' '...311.4.41W,
frAS removed his Officefrom Third to Wal
nut Street, next to the Prleon. All businessin-
Muste4;to him will recoiveTr,QP/Pt. Blur Ofrefl4 attention
. : .Fop. a - . -
9 T'
'tabiltbre -.property; corrier, of Secon
•
.!ind - Vine Areas, eaieg eliNivo and a ILidEfe,et on Sol
comf liiicione hundred one:atop-00; feet, un fine atom;
running back two hundred and-ten feet AO- Barbara .salley,
there being pace, for four futl. building iota ; and, &moat de
siraide,sto for a Governor ' s Mansion or public buildings.
For particirlurs9ngulre of .Mrs MURRAY, corner of Se
cond and Pine meta. mare-tf
LOTS FOR"SAL`E.
- - .-
EVERAL LOTS on Third street: near
S
North, are; for, sale ' IatjWALTERS , Store,
cornei ht North and Third ifreets: - • •
FINE ELA.CrICHEIM ,
" and 'EtIjERBERRIC WINE ---
Warranted tare; 'lbl:skiff) at
SFISLEA & FRA
/111:111 CELEBRATED' VIM - GENIA. OIL OF
A.IX, and Day . & /dartin's London Blicking,. Ilia re
ceiveirand for fide 4)y.- • SHISLER-& , FRAZER,
•foi- . • . • 'NUMBS:BOra to' Wm. Docli,gr, CO3
PE= C.P I DXE ,fir st
lit ill .:size*
s T R / k
RAZER
:p e p* oiecessoretowm.
Doc)c., & Co.)
Ql,lobUtls - '
'Aviows , Laer , . 4 , •
At (dels) , D9c3i.c.; 47, ai Oa
TRANSOM. PAPER.
A,BRAIITTFI3I, assortment of. TRANSOM
PAPER. Call and see it at?
SCHEFFBR'S BOOKSTORE,.
my2o Hanisbarg, Pa. :
. .
FRESH' PINE ju." SHLYsLE i s . t i 7e c iyed i j at
a pgp Successors to W 'Dock., Jr.;"k
MINGLIStr'Bt - kiVit'Aer l . ,-.Txu3t ler
thieteliest of *4'l
n
• (Successors to Wm. D00144r3 i
FFOB,SALB---A very handsome o-horse
PEDLER WAGON—cheap for cash. Direct letter to
BOX No, 81; Harrialourg, Pa, raarll4l.
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4DYERTISENIENT -
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smOo*p v A- 1 4 zl
I.A.TEST'STY4 . 2E.S!
MRS. M. NITER, 11.- Market street,
SPLEASED tb `tonionnoe to the ladies , of
I
Harrisbureand vicinity, (wlfolowisolibemlirpatron
iced her since her arrivakin ,she has jprat
received, direct from the manufacturers and impOrlers, : li
, SECtENb..:StrP.PIit
of the finest goods'the . market could afford in the Hoe of
FRENCH AND AMERICAN - MILLINERY
.
and is now prepared to offe,r great inducements to, pur
chasers. Her stook consists in part of
BONNEIZS, RIBBONS,
. FLOWERS, HEAD DREasfiS,
CAps, - OANAMENTS, &O.
SILKS, VELVETS, LACES, RUCHB4,
HOOP SKIRTS CORSETS, HOSIERY, , '-
, HANDKERCHIEFS, GIAVES, COLLARS,,
CUFFS, DEUS,.NETS,VAHOY Gopiols, &O.
Also, a splehdldiketortment OT
SILK WROPINGS;
SILK COATS, •
' CTRCITLABB;
- DELITTILLAS,
' r •
LACE POINTS
Also,Ties, Sairfsfl'ocket Books,' Porte- illonnalee - and!
Purses, olegantZteel and•JetPins and Brooches, Pelts and
Belt. Buckles, and, so full line of Trimming abd Fancy Geode, aheaVairthe cheapest. .
Special dire hicrbeen exercisedin' the selection of Sheila
goods, with a view to themants of this community, and
the ladles generally are invited to call and examine then
sortment,
Thankful for tho patronage heretofore received,
I respectfully solicit a contlneenoe ofthe gaunt.,
forget tho,place; No. ig /16*d street,'
MRS. M.
~CIR,.CULARz.
mita or Tit, itINSIT, RESERYES.: :
LIAS BA,P.Br& Co. respectfully announce'
, that.they have in prepazittion a History of the Penn- ,
sylvania Reserves froni . their •irfganization to the •esnita
tion of their term of service:: . - ' •- ,
P":
This History will contAin -:the names ot. all the Officers
and Privates of the Corps—their prenaotions, casualties.
and discharges—also, graphic descriptions of 'their camp
life and their gallant acblevementi inlhe many battles j
which they have taken Part--all derived. from ofteial and
authentic sources. ' ' • '
The History of the Pennsylvania Reserves will be in On
VOLUME of 600 pages, octavo size, neatly printed on good
,
paper, and substantially bound hi blank cloth, containing,
.
a steel engraving of "thelamented Reynolds, and ono of
Governor Curtin , -(who first recommended the formation.
of the Pennsylvania Reserve Corps,) and will be sold, only
I;Y...subscription. bo.ready ,August nest. Pricei
—Three dollars per copy.
The PublishersTeel confident:that the just pride which
every pennsylvanian must entertain fur the bravo men,
whose gallant achievements tuid t pariotic self-devotion it
records, will secureßlF"Ton'Hinvoity" a generous and
a rl e . i :.lll 2 . e l t eal IRARie4ix),iu .
_ .No. 6 Bast King street.
Lt.s.ratt, April 2,1, 1864.
• Una*. ..Wa.'Prilf. IX, , Untatil:forithe abbvriwOtik) 1 nichrer y!
district of Pennsylvania- Responsible referencearequired.
my4-d&wint
AlfJetXopl,
CONDEMNED HORSES,'
', .. -r-is , , c.,Niwit n i-Ai.,.6l 7 .3,3iiiiiigici: , .
tiFFICIC di CHIEF QUATirRAISTKR,
WAPIUNGTON, D. C., April 25, 1884.'1
LL be sold ,at public unction, to the,
highest bidder, at the times and places named be-:
low, vii: , - - - - '
Reading, : Ponn'a, Thursday, May...26th. '
,LebanonFearea, Thersrlay,,June2d.
- Northuinberlard, Pinti'i; Tlitrb'day; June
,oth. '
Sorinri.in, Penn's, .ThurMat:Jtinolatli • s -
.Wllilerttsport. P.ennt'N Tllursday[dlme 23d. ' • .
One Hundred (100) horses at,GottAtrrg, and Twom
Mu
dred and Fifty (2,50) at eactiof Iv, etherplaces. . : •
These Ifinses have been " Condimieit as unfit' for the
Cavalry service:of the United States Army. •.. . •
' For road and form purposes Many good bargains may
be had.
Horses will be sold singly. ~
.. . , . .
Sales begleat lila - Bi., and centieun dilly , till all an
TPAS: ~c . .A4iT.iit.1 1 .444 311 . 6 4tes iiresslift notes ohlY.
..._ • , JAMES A. Mkt
tip2B4l.td. ~ L t..Col:iind'OCQ. M. Cavalry Bureau._
C A" TION N ") FRUITS OF EVERY DESORT.P
4.IJOES of all the celebrated rw.ufacturers
:.,
SARDINES,. • • .
• '
'MUSTARDS;
o every description;'.. - • - •
. Also, BROWN STOCT,,FINE TEAS, COFFEE, SUGAR ''aid•SYßll?:,, g rall. grates and prices, and the best selected
stoceentside • =
All goods guaranteedinreinisented; : •
Particular attention paid 'O4ll ordnrsfrpm a illstawa
Gonda easefully picked , syil delivired to all parts of the
city free of charge. SEMLER A FRAZER,
my 4 ). successors to W. 'Deck, Jr., '& Co. '
E" IATA.TWAT PRITATk,
•:Thistseverelliropeitios 4 2 the Flstite of WILLIAM ALi
MON-, deceased, halthe city.ollHarriliburg, cenststing:of
Rouses on Front street and Chestnut street, at SO.d,nesi
the .corner of',Front and Chestnut si.reets, a racunflei otj
/luitierie street;' neat Thlld street ;and. ),.93‘ _acres
Iti
oflasid , ate Sestet-if terndinis orMarket streetfaissef
fererLforliele. :For terms of sale apply to the uudersignedi
ScAnill and Ifttble strectsi
d621-dtr] '' ' TEOMAS COLTIMAK.,
BURLINGTON HERRING :— The fait, of
the edaspn. •Juat received. at
u 1 94 • - , t BOY,ER FOITRP.E44
CANBERRlES.=i'ehoibe lot of rfalibei
ries Just received u 4. FRAZER,
mys _ successors to W. Dock, Jr., -Ir.
- "
F'ett•
leitencliired LARD, just received
at--7i . BilTSIXtb & YRAZER;
nltg 3 ,.. I "-(t!lMlttort to. Vitt- Dock, it-ohCO-)
A FRESH supply of lif_iclienefseolebrated
IlL_Stlgas Clued Hams and Dried Beetvat
nap] . ,HOTEL & KOZRAR.
.
BUTTER, •tllTllEß:•= 2 lrriiish . •btit,r
from Snydor'.. - countil recifiied.iviry..week:
eggs at. ' = :E4. 1 5.1 • . I P,TrEit MiPPERMt • .
T OTS for sale on the cornermf.Third and
..jj Broad streets.Enquire of ,W,ll. 'O. MarADDEN.
- - , „
1 31.A.plEREL,,in KU*
F_L ceivedat ''• t• • SHISLER & rRAZER,
mar? (suc,cesno: vs to - Wro . Dock, Jr., 'Ar Co.)
(10EN Sae nit le. Just
_le..
ki calved at slaStrag: FRAZER,
mar3l ' successors to Wm. Dock, Jr., & Co.)
CEWEET,ClDElL—SwripusFeetcider ,jp3t
'CP 'reoeitia hatiliir r theibazieror`gstifallqtaiiitity at
• " - ' , BOY= Ar. KOICRPER.
BIJORWEEEA.T-= - Just received. A very
.; smalllot. ..lrisetcliojce BIICIEWHEAT,,st
KHMER & PRAKER,
.mar3l (successors to Wm. Dock, jr.:, &Co.)
OlLS.—Fine Fialad.oils just received
.SHISLER MUT, 'EXt.,
PS Suocesepra to.W. Dock, Jr,* Co,
.LBS t owefor
' `/A Cod fish; ' '
,3Eile at ' SMS.LSR as FRAZER'S,
1 0 0 V ,"
.feb2 ' (Successors to Wm- Ag Co.)
060q3rtedT,P,GeotlgiTF.irg of : th e 4 ' lie7
e brand received
,
- arber Ettilby . ,
febl (editedeo - re felVid; Moak ji.;`& - CO:) I
HAY of the best qua li ty is offered for
sale. Call at M'CORMS'9 COAL OFFICE on the
Osaaizsarrisburg. apBo-tf
Webster.
NEIV ADVERTISEMENTS
GENEREAL, ANNOUNCEMENT;
Spring of 1.864.
KEYSTONE NURSERY.
S the *piing season for planting Trees,
rapidly idvancing to as olesexceot for
Evergreens and 'Potted Pltuits- , •the subseriber aSksatten
tion tothe stock he has on hand, fur sale at prices , suite
to the times..
AMohg them aro a well seketwi.stookof the tdd . •
, ; FRUIT TREES,
ada ir tect 40, tto3,wents of planters generally.
' • :APPLE TREES .
are of.good size and principally of well known varieties,
ripening from the earliest' to the latest.
1 ACE TREES
of mcst of the leading and tested.varleties, of extra size
and vigor and includingthe cglebrated Griffith or Susque
hanrut.
Dwarf and Standard:.- Tha.Bartlelt, Sickle, Lawrence
and other varieties, are. the best Standards ever offered
for sale in Harrisburg. The Dwarfs: particularly Duchess
d'Angoulesse and Flemish Deauty, are lin&
, ,
Upwards of forty of the best varieties, and s net to Le
excelled in size and vigor.by any colleetion.inthe country.
Among them are Triumph, of Cumberland, May Duke,
Black Tartanan, Cleveland,-Rockport, Go+. Wood,Hein'e
Hortense andall the•leading . .itettrts, Duly, Bigarrearus
and Morellos. - .
PARASOLS, SiO
• - - APRICOTS:
Good strong, well-rooted trees of good varieties
• GRAPES:
Principally •
Hardy Native 'Varieties. • A quantity' of For
eign-varieties, principally Black .Haluburg, White Nice
and Muscat of,Alexandria, in Pets, will be ready for sale
in a few weeks. Among the.HardSoNatires, which after
all, are the only 'reliable odes fbr out-door culture, aro
Catawba; sabella, Clinton, Oporto, Concord, Delaware,
Hariford!:Prolifle, Rebecca, Louisa, .Christie's Improved
Isabella Taylor's Dullitt, Cuyahoga, Early Northern Mus
cadine, California,a Maicatawney, &c.
ReCand.!Wkite. Dutch, 'Cherry Fertile de yalnali,
Blank:Nap bearing plants Gooseberries: Rough
roar is An/ennui SCOdling;- homing plants.
LIWTO.X. B A
CKIIVAEIEB
nxtralstrong, bearing plants, by the ,dozen, hundrod or
thousand, at loveratea ,- - • ' •
NUT TREES': • •
SRanish Chestnut, English Walnut, Black Walnild,
White Walnut or•Buttenint, Pecan:Nut_
• RRIIIIA_TiB ROOTS,- . _
,SoMetimes called Pie Plant:aadmow largely &Rivaled as
the. "Wine Plant," of best varieties. . .
ASPARAGUS, ROOTS,
and many other roots and plants. '
Principally Silver Maple, Norway Maple, ._,.Catalapa,
Horse Chestnut, English Ash, Red Fringed European Lin.
den, Magnolia, Acunimata or Cucumber Tree.
A tine assortment of Double Flowering Alnceas, White
Fringe, Pui"ple Fringe or Mist Trap, - ldahonia, Ntagnoliar. , ,
Pyres, Japoniaa,:Treeltcra, , gre._ . .
Balsam Fir or Balm of Gilead, Norway Fir, -Silver ~Fir
American other Arbor Vitms.•
o • . , ,
. . •
'_. . .
PRIVATE SALE
. ,
of Trees, Tines, Sce; in the teiver Market Honse, every
Wedaosday and Saturday morning during the planting
season:
free of charge, at, express OffiCeS, railroad depots, for
warding houses and private residences in the city.
Packing of articles for shipment carefully done, at
charges barely sufficient to cover expenses: . ,
PLANTING..
In the city or neighborhood attended to;Und when de
'sired, growth will be warranted or' the plants replaced with
others of equal quality. - JACOB MISEL
RAMIUSBURG, April 14, 186.1.412 w
GREAT BARGAINS IN JEWELRY
Av FORSYTH Se'CO.,
42 AND 44 NASSAU STREFT NEW YORK. .
jAdjoininx the Post Oee) 4
4
fincitliiiihlnilkeiit list irk
,
WATCHES -I CHAINSPANT,LR I ( Pze
VALtIED AT 1300,000.
EACH ARTICLE ONE DOLLAR, AND NoT TO BE
PAID FOR UNTIL YOU KNOIP WHAT
.YDU AICE TO. , KET. -
150 Gold' liaVer Watches.. $l5 00 to $4O 00 each,
200; Ladies'. Gold Watches:: 85.00 each
. ,
500 Ladies' & Gents' Silver do 15 00 each
6,000 Ladies' Gold Pencils 400 to 600 each,
( 6,06kG01d-taind Brmnlets .'.....-• ,=. 3AO *to • 10: 00 edih
16,000 I.Ockitk Chalias and Maga. "'l 50 to 600 each
6,000 Cameo, Mosaic and Jet
. Brctoches • .... . . 00 to 6 00 each
•
6,004400r5e and Vlicrentliie- kir- 4 t •
drops 400 to 800 each'
10,000 Gents' Breast Pins . 250 to 800 each
15,000 .Bleinre Button; and Bosom
Studs ?' 50- tod. 6 -00 each
10 000 , Seta Lidice". Jewelry. 5 00, t0 .,. 10 ; 90 each
6;000 Live and.Fliirentiini - Seta.. "4 00 to . 6 00 each '
101000 L ava
Pens; Bilver-moniited
400 to '5 00 each
5,000 Gold Pens, with Shyer Bx
tension Cases and Pen
cite . 400 to 600 each
-The articles in this stock of Jewelry are of the neatest
and most fashionable styles Certificates of all the va
rious, articles are put id..sealed envelopes and mixed, thus
giving all a fair-chance, ;Indic-sent by mail; for 25 • cents
- each; and =Abe receipt of the. certificate, it is at your
option to siendifkut DOLLAR. and take .thenamed in
it or not. Five certificates for it; eleven for -ss.; thfity
for $5; sixty for $10; one hundred for.sls: ' Certiftente .
money to: be enclosed with order. Coriestitindence
.promptly answered.• . ' -
Ai:m.s-ra Wu:trap in every town and regiment:: Send
ors circular, A,ddress. . W. FORSTrEt&
• ' •-' • 42 wad 44 Natratt Street, New York,
mar2s-dwasBixinti3m - .
'CI_IJM PECTORALS ass osefttl to soot he; ljto cough, allay Tickling in the Th . roat, to relieve
Hoarseness, OstirrhrilareaMitoatrkc. - They contain
Voltafoot, Horehound, Ipfutactuinha, &nags ; and Squi ll ,
Ithe meet tellable espectorards knitekii,)zirei the MIMI 'ac
tive constituents, so blended with Gum Arabic and Sugar,
that each lozenge contains *mild and very pleasant dose.
Manufactured solely . py,_ S. A. „KUNKEL &BHA,
Afibtheetuies,-11i3 -Mirka street; Mailability.
LARGEINVOICE 6F NEW
A
RAISINS, • -
CITRON,
cimatalrrs,
PRWSES
FIGS, &C.,
SEISLER Sr FRAZER'S,
in 0291, (puope.p!sors to VV:ip. ; Ikigk,. Jr., AL. Co.)
FA,& PERIIsTE!SWORCEggKER
11 the most popular and the ptirest. ever. offered to the
public, just received and for sale by
febl # AgroXefitior to 1).0 4, c
SWEET; CEDER.,--A small :but very fume lot
of.Sweei 'Cider, just received at.
SEMLER & .FRAZFX,
(Sa*ssairs to W. Dock;
NW B 0: 01{ 8.-THE SHOT:11AB
STRAPS
, • SHODDY
Just received rdeIST BGBEFFItR , S BOOKSTORE'
•
AirES.S BEEF and KESS choice
article of Mess Beef and Pork at . •
• &EISLER' & PRA=
ap9 (successors to Wm. Dock;
_ _
ON -
:THF; fire the'Seitsoit, ;fild
: ton Herring. just taaehred at
SEMLER & FAAZER,
onmeporsto Dciek;-jr.;'& Co.)
Ped,T lA '9lllgar gik
n tedilitboLic; Leo i
E NGLISH DAIRY and - .
NEW YORK STATE ORME.
st No 20) WM. DOOR, 13. 7 CO.
PRICE TWO CENTS
CHERRIES
atuuLorrs
SHADE TREES
SHRUBBSRY
EVERGREEN TREES
TAKES DELIVERED
- IT•.• •• . " :i ' i ' re ire r • e :,_
S T IA 11 - PI INIII 0 '._ 0-16 ' II 14 ,
AfITEMSINN RATES-DAILY TELEGRAPH. .'
The following are the rates for advertising in-the Tau.
GRAPH. Those latving-advoilaing to do will Sind it car
venien Mir reference.
.1* - Four lines or less com
lines etrnore than four consi
FOR A HALF sQUARIL
One day S SO
Two days 60.
Three days . 75
One week 125
One month 3 00
Tiro months '440
. .
Three months 5 .60
Six months 800
One year - .16 001
Administration Notices ..,, .. ... .
Marriage Notices • ',,'.'- ' . - • ..... off
Auditor's Notices • - ‘ i .' ' '' ' "' * ' 160
Progiratmoticetariteltinsallon
,gas - Businesanotices ; trammed in the .gocai iihrast, or
before Marriages and' Deaths, Clntes Pont Lass for
ouch insertion.
..titute one-balt square. Flght.
••, weenare.
ITOR 'oinesoriar..
one day $ GO
Twe+dayef;: . . 1 . 0
1 vs
Onoweek 2 26
Onelnenth 6 CO
.3151timentliti..
Three months-- 11 CO
Sin menthe 15 0
o ne year_ Y 26 CO
$2 22
EVENING EDITION.
ASSOCIATED PRESS REPORT.
XXXl'lintli Congress—First Session.
SENATE
ASELUGTON, May B.
Mr. Johnson, of Maryland, offered a reso
lution of inquiry, calling upon the President
for information es to Aluk delivery of Signor
.Agaelle,s to the Spanish authorities. Ordered
to be printed.
Mr. Powell, of Rentucky, offered a resolu
tion characterizing theaet of the administra
tion, lathe suppression of the publication of
the Word and the Journal cf Commtrce,,as
violation of the ConstitutiOn. The resolution
was ordered to be printed. - -
Mr. Fessenden, (Maine,) from the Commit
tee on Finance, reported the legislative, ex
ecutive and diplomatic appropriation bill,
with the diSagreement of the House thereto.
He moved'that the Senate adhere to its posi
tion, and accede to a committee of conference,
to be appointed by the chair,which was agreed
to i
nouo OF REPRESENTATIVES.
Ir . . .
Washburne, (Illineis,) from Hie Com
mittee on . Commerce, asked leave to report a
bill appropriating two hundred and fifty thon
sand dollars for, the preservation and repair of
the public works on the lakes, and one hum,
dred thou Sand dollars for similar purposes On
the sea-coast. He said that in the prerient
condition of the country, the "committee will
notweport any general river and harbor, bilk,
but they consider it necessary that the
,ap
propriation proposed should by, all meant
be inade'in order to save the work Erin:a de
struction. This was all which could now be
accomplished. He desired that the ::hilt
should l?e . printed, and called up on a future
oadasion. '
- Mr. gtevens (Penhsylianis) objected, un
less it be considered in committee of the
.whole on the state of the Union.
Washburne, gave notice that he would
move for a suspension of the rules to intro
.
duce it next Monday.
The House resumed the consideration of
the reciprocity question.
Markets by Telegraph.
NEW Voss Kay
Noon,-Flour is dull; wheat and corn ditto.
Provisioms quiet'. ` Petroleum has a downward
tendency, receips 3395 barrels: : '
New York Stock: Thrairkets
Stocks dull, Cumberland preferred 751;
Y. Central 133 t; Pennsylvania Cen•rgl 110;
Caireen' Company 142.1; Wisconsin 6e 701;
'Erie 114 i; gold 183; 5-208 registered 107; 'eon
-lions 107.4. treasury 7 3-10 s 111; one year ca.-
tificuts 984.-
- .
'A J O INT RESOLUTION prcopig ,certain
A
amendments to the Constitution.
. .
se it res . alvea by the Senate andqtrolisc'of Riltreientation
tH,e UosisionweaWt of Permaylvanig:in -Genera4,Aftps.,-
Up met, That the following arnendineitt be prOpated to
;the Constitution of the"Coinmtinwealtli, in accordance
with the provisions of the tenth article, thereof: ,
There shall be an additional section to "th third skittle
of the Constitution, to be designated as section four; as
follows : ,
..Stern& 4. Whenever any of thiqualireif eleCtint of
thts Commonwealth shall be in any actual militely rot.-
vice, under a requisition (him. the President of the :United
States, - or by the authority of this - Commonwealth, - aids
electors.may exercise the right of mintage in all elections
by the 'citizens, under such regulations as are, or shall be
prescribe‘tby law, at fully as if . they were preteens at
their usual place of election."
Sagruis '2. There stall be two additionidseetions to the
eleventh arLicie of the Cuastitution, to be, designated as
sections'eight and nine, as follows:
."Secrnix tt. No bit stun ne prsed2by UtotiaggisLitore,
containing more than one subJeid, which shall ly clearly
'expressed in the title, except approPriatioii MK' ` '
.`6Eelles NO bill shml be P•liectiilY the. l 4ll l illerete
granting any potters, or Privileges, in any case, where the
authority to grant:such powerS, or privileges, 'hait fiee'
or may, hereafter be, cuuferred upon- the courts or this
Commonwealth." - '
HENRY C...ICHNSON,
Speaker 911* house of Representatieee.
JCIIN P: PINNEY,
Speaker of Mt 'Senate.
OFFICE OF THE SECELTARY 'OF. THE - COMMON - W .- SALTO,/
. .
ItiRRISEURG Aiiri/ 25 1864.
•
Pbmsylvania, ss:'
I do hereby certify that the foregoing is a full; true
and Correct copy of the original Resonition
- of the General A.Wmmbiy, entitled- A Joint
' Resolution proposing certain AinendinentsAo
iLo Constitution," as the same remains on likt. in
this office. -
•
•
Is Tam:sexy whereof, I have hereunto set my
s..] hand and caused the seal of the SecretarPti: ot
- Lice to be affixed .the day and year above written.
• • . - • Secretary if theVoixotomootittk
The above resolution having been agreed to by, a -ma
jority, the members rf each House, at two Succesaive
sessions of, the General : Assembly of this Commpnwealeh,
the proposed amendments will be'subteitted to the pee-
Aim, for their adoption or rejection, , on thexintivlVEßDAY
AF AUGUST, in the year of our. Lord one„thousauff. eight
hundred and six.jt-four, in temtirdance with the tenth -Effi
e% of
,the,Constitution,end the acOntitled "An Antinie-
Bcnbing,the time and manner of submitting to thepeopfti,
,
for their approval and` ratifitntion - or rejection; 'Me po-
Posed Pateaduente" to::t!ke Coustitution,". appmedVe
'twenty-third day of April; one thimsond eight hoodrcd
and sistk:funr. -• , FSK
• - ELI ffLla ,
• S • scre/avy of the comnaosaoe4t.h.r.
• • -7
3311 . , , • - -
LUNG FEVER POWDER FOR . HORSE
D,
_TrITE, well lmown in this. commu
nity...lot' his veal:arms in the martaite r nienClif all
' l 'sPrat*iiwtitahting to the Morse; oilers a medicine- 4m
same he. has used for many years in practice) in i this form
to lollie public, feeling Confident that'owners'oVvilnabie
' horses wiG appreciate its worth, as a speetlylmfeAfLttfat
formidable disease (Lune FeverYwill follow its faithful
AM and arict adherence to directions. , ' PILE, it
- pu.a7 An . INFT . mhs ATKIN OFITIELIINGS, CaIgOILS,
COLDS; INFLUENZA, LUNG FEVER, Sic., this is the f;est
remedy known. . _ .
PREPARED ONLY, AND SOLD AT
Seller's
. NO. 91 MARKET STREET - RARRISBURG • PA.
. .
Where can be had also, Di. Hite's, Liniments, for Swee
ney, Stifle, and fur oliband new'Sdeiti &a:
my 21-1 w
- •
_
• , ; RALPH .111,A,CLAY
A TTOBITEY-LT4a*.---Itatriirt and Unwi
btiilclibt Harrisburg . Strict attention paid to all
legal Wanes& Mika* daims collebted
ALARGE invoice of freshfeas„neveraisina.
prunes and figs at BoYERAF 4041tEllli
Vbit tA r TA 4 4.—A Five-Horse pbvee ST 3i
A: *ENGINE sndBOILSB, fin guoit (oder. Apply td
GrEENTi
Wagnitt st*.cbeltne Sixth.
ia)234‘i'.
A ,
,4101 14 - A 10 "§ 1- 4 kOls flafPlY it Mich
eitels's' Excelsior Has and Dried Beer, at—
janp9 8011. kat &
O YOU ivish"a good gold. Fen,?lf
_se
SCHEFFRIVS Book4i4re.. tray 044
", ,NAV,
4,0 BOXESIi ORAN GES, ofOI n r io sal e : at
. JOHN WISE Fruit Stare
EMI