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ciLAD NEWS FOR THE UNFORTUNATE
DISCOVERED AT T,P,ST
%IFOCNTrED FROM ROOTS, BARKS AND LEAVER
CIIEIIOKEEE REMEDY, qtt great Indian Diuretic,
v.-es all diseases ef t:hetirinarp organs ; suck as
of the Urine, bajlanar.atio . n of the Bladder, inf.am
,a.,q of the Kidneys, Stone in the Bladder, Stricture,
Oonnorhea, and is especially recommended
c of Fluor ellms or Whites in females) where
waawats mEdicines have /aged-
It it. prepared in a highly concentrated fora; the
.7 belt% tram one to two teatToonfaL3 three time
inlrCtic and aiterativ iii; action; purifying
r.m..-121g the Wood, nattoing it t•i flow in ail of its
.1 pority and vigor; thus removing from the .system
ilern!ciuuS causes whteh have md.uced disease.
CdEItoREE L1'4E1:110;4 is intended as an (Lily or assist
tat 1, OREP.OREE REMEDY and should be osodc in
tact a.iri with that medicine in all cases of Gonorr?,e — a,
Aaus or IP'hitar. It, effects are healing,
mid demulcent ; removing all scalding, heat,
and pain, instead of the burning and almost on
pain that is experienced with nearly all the
fir By the US° of the CHEROKEE REMEDY end
EE INJECTION—the two tee:nines at the sumo
Imprdper diEcharges are removed, and the weak
12,1 c.igatii: are apt•edily restored to full vigor 'cud
7 ' t • l•
t d.q. 01 le u,u.,trs, get ear pamphlet from any
et-,,re In the country, or write 118, and we will mail
to rnt aci tress , Fl run treatise,
CIiEROKEF. REDIEDY, $2 p..r bottle, or
k.it;li..-; for $6.
CHEROKEE INJECTION. $.2 per bottle, or
L.: bottle; fur $5.
Sout by exprom to auy attire.Sl ou cooeipt of
e;, , ....5c0l a 3 drtlggist3 everyntere.
DR W. R. MERWIN & CO.,
271:".11¢-r1r41y in,. 459 Liberty street, New York:-
M DIAN MEDICIIrz.;
COI(I . OI'NTZL) FR472t
HOOTS, BARKS AND LEAVES
AA unfisaing cure for Spermatorrhea, Seminal Wm/4-
M3s, Ettißeko73, and all du...cases caused by ;elf
.A.l.Etztion; gad: as L , 15.7 of Illmory, Unira-sa/ Laszitude
Paigm in ti.e Back, Dimness of Premature Old Age
Y7eak [Nerves, Difficulty of Breathing, Trembitny,
Reit; grkptione on the Fact; Pale Countenance, insanity,
Consumption., and all the Direful complaints caused by de
-farfinvfVoin. the path of feature.
..ra - ThIN medicine is a simple vegetable extract, line.one
u all can rely, &sit has [Jaen must in our practice
for many years, and with thousands treated, It has net
:slier in a single Instance. Its curative powers have been
,:iathcient to gain victory Over the most stubborn MSS.,
gar-To these who have trifled with their eonstitution,
snit they think themselves beyond the roach of medical
wo would say,' Despair net t the CAERORRY. Cuss wil l
:ono you to health and vigor, and after all qur.ck doc
ag-For full particulars, got a Circular from any Diu;
e4oro io the c"uutry, -or write tho Proprietor, who will
mail froo to any one desiring tho Hama, a full treaiito lts
,g4-prices $2 per bottle, or three bottles for $5, and
forwarded by express it; all parts of the workL
air - Sold by all rOspeetable aruggiets everywhere.
DR. W. It. .4LERWIN & 00.,
No. 69 Liberty street, New YOrk.
Sitissier .s= - ; Pritzek•,
Mt:tee:more to W m. Pock, Jr., k. CO.)
11)EALERS I FINE F,AALTLY GROCE
RIFs' opposite the Court Reuse, have Do handafinf
PLYR AND CVOINON
FINE ißrsai AND SCOTCEI
fi'tilttys The beat ever brought to this market.
And the celebrated
CU - MTN:UT GROVE WHISKY.
SCOTCH AND IRISH ALBS.
Lo% - TON BROWN STOUT.
WIGV, - Aat Ti4:,IC MITERS.
'WILL a a. - ,mplet6 stook' or
C' QLt5[L &ND PICKLES
CAAntimeatn of eTery dzscription now La the market,
TEE LowEsT RAMS.
PERFUNIZM ELVEN AND PREVSNTi MOTII
r POWDER—a compound of valuable
articles for the destruction insect.--diarluuted
among or dusted over Furs,. Wooleu...s Cw'Pet4. CloLbin4,
:4a, pecked away for summer, wilt effectually present
acing also adelightfril, ditinaab4o Perfume will itn
triguate clothing, &c , with a lasting and pleasant odor. '
The Guest fabric cannot tifi injured by its tee.
Ptepared and sold at,
Drug and Palley Gobiastore, No. 93 Market street,
A. P. TkU-PSER,
TEACHER : OF DI US.IO.
Ormuz •T WARD'S tirSIC STORE,
12 N Third Street. -
Itratdenee: Third street, above North. di".
'SITING, WEDDING, INVITATION
V ...ND'AT HOME CARDS.—By a special amingement
with one Of the liiva engrarerc in . the country, cards a
tiny dos - Oriptiou will be exc-ztrted is the highest style of
art, conformable with the lateet fasmon, and euppliod
PrOmptly, at tower prieec th,to are charged by tin station
ers in New,Tork or Philadelphia. Fur sautples.and.prkies
BERGNER'S BOOR STORE
101'8 for sato on the corner of r thir4' and
4../ Broad szieete. Enquire or wx gerADDgm,,
Inaa4Att , , •
40 •:...,,, rs; .. DI, 1,, '
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BY GEORGE BERGNER.
GENUINE PREPARATIONS, VIZ
HELMBOLD EYT.ZiOr SARSAPARILLA,
FLUID, EXTRACT BUCHV,
BLADDER, KIDNEYS, GRAVEL
THIS Alecheine increases the power of Di
-1 geation, and excites the ABSORBENTS into healthy
action, by which the WATERY or CALOEROUS deposi
tiouS, and all UNNATURAL ENLARGEhIENTS are re
duced, as well as pain and Inflaminatiion, and is good for
biEN, WOMEN or CHILDREN.
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU,
.irLslng from Excesses, Habits of Dizsipation„ Early In
discretion or Abuse,
Indizposition to Exertion. Dryness of the Sktn,
Loss at Memory, Loss of Power,
weak Din - Minty of ISSre,Mblng,
Horror of Disease, Trembling,
Dimness of Vision, Wakoruinans,
Universal Lassitude of the Pain in the Back.
Muscular §ystein, Flushing ar. the Qty,
Rot Rands, Eruptions . on the Face,
These syraptonas, if allowed to go oa t which this ;mad!
tine Invariably reinevea, soon follow
TMPOTENCY, FATUITY, EPILEPTIC FITS,
In one of which the patient may expire. Who on my
that they , are not frequently followed by those odireful
MSAITITY AND CONSUKeIION.
Many are 'aware of the cause of their sufferings, but
none will confess. The records of the insene asylutrts and
the melancholy deaths by Consumption, bear amp le wit
ness to the truth of the aseerrion.
TEE CONSTITUTION, ONCE AFFECTED
WITH. ORGANIC WEAKNESS, •
Requires the aid of methane to strengthen and invigorate
the system, which delmbolit's iiiistract Bimini invariably
does A trial will convince the most skepticaL
OL OR YOUNG, SINGLE, ILIRRIED, Olt CONTEM-
In many affections peculiar to females the Extract Bu
chu is unequalled by any other remedy, as in Chlurosia or
Retention, irregularity, Painfulness, or suppression of the
ctistomary Evacuations UlCANaleti or Schirrous slate of the
Uterus, Leueorrhen or Whites, Sterility, and for all com
plaints incident to the sea. Wt*lthor arising from Indisere:
Lion ; Habits of Dirsipation or in :,Lie
NO FAMILY SHOULD BE WiniOUT IT.
Take no Balsam, Mercury, or Unpleasant Medicine for
Unpleasant and Dangerous Diseases
B=BOLD'S EXTRACT BI7CH[J,
Cures Secret Diseases in all their stages; at little expense;
tittle or no change in diet; no inconvenience and co expo
sure. It causes frequent desire, and gives strength to
Urinate, thereby removing obstructions, preventing and
curing Strictures of the Ulethra, allaying pain and Milani
=lion, so frequent in this class of diseases, and expelling
Poisonous, Diseased, and Wornout Mauer. Thousands
upon thousands who have been the victims of quacks, and
who have paid heavy fees to be eared in a short time, bare
found they were deceived, and that the "Poison" has - by
the use of "powerful Astnngents," been dried up in the
•system, to break out in en aggravated. farm, and perhaps
'Ude lIIILIDIOLD'S =UM TrUCEM for all Affections
and Diseases of the Urinary Organs, whether existing in
Mate or Female, from whatever cause originating, and no
matter of how long standing. Diseases of these Organs
require the aid of a Diuretic. IiELMBOLD'S EXTRACT
BUCHU Is the Great Diuretic, and it is certain to have the
desired elect in all Diseases _ for which It is recom•
Qi tic y Datrription.
.Blood—Blooel—Blood. Rehab° Wighly Concentra
ted Compound FLUID EXTRACT SASSAPARILLASYPHI
LIS. Thin is an attention or the Blood, and attacks tlie
Sexual Organs, Linings of the Nose, Eats, Throat, Wind
pipe and other hitietts Surfaces, making itv appearance in
the form of Dicers. ' HelniNald's Ectraot Sarsaparilla pu
rities the Blood, and removes all Scaly Eruptions of the
Skin, giving to the Complexion a Clear and Healthy Color.
It being prepared expressly for this class of complaints,
its Blood-Purifying Properties are preserved to a greater
extent than any other preparation of Sarsaparits.
An excellent Lotion fcir dLqoaseS of a Syphilitic Nature,
and as an injection in ditreases of the Urinary Organs,
arising from habits of dissipation, used In connection with
the.Extracis Buchu and Sarsaparilla, in such diseases as
recommended. Evidence of the most responsible and re
liable character will accompany the medicines. CERTIFI
CATE,S OF CORES from eight to twenty years standing,
with names known to- Science and Fame. For Medical
Propertita of Buchu see Dispensary of the United States.
See Professor DEWEE'S Valuable works on the Practice of
Physic. See remarks made by the late celebrated Dr.
PRYSIOE, Philadelphia. See remarks made by Dr.
EPIiRAIM MaDOWELL, a celebrated Physician and mem
ber of the Royal College of Surgeons, and published le the
Transactions of the Eintes and Queen's Journal. See
Medico.Chirurecal Revimi,published by BENJ. TRAVERS,
Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons. The most of
the late standard works on Medicine. Extract of Buchu,
$1 00 per bottle, or six bottles for $5 00. Extract of
-Sarsaparilla, $1 00 per bottlo, or six for $5 00. Im
proved Rose Wash, 50 cents per bottle, or six for $2 50.
of half *dozen each for 512 00, which will be &aliment
to cure the most obstinate case., if directions are adhered
to: Delivered to any address, securely packed from eb•
i mr ation. Describe symptoms in all coluranalcationa
guaranteed. Advice gratis.
Personally appeared before roe an Alderman of the city
of Philadelphia, H. T. Heimbold, wbo, being duly morn,
Both say, tus preparations contain no narcotic, no iner
eery, or other indurlotut drugs, and are purely vegetable.
•H. T HP.LSIBOLD.
Sworn and subscribed before me this Tad day of No
verdber, 1.864. 'WIG P. HIBBARD,
• Alderman, Ninth street, ab. Race, Phil&
- Addroos letters for information In confidence.
EL- T.- - HELMBOLD, Chemist,
C.PirlepOt Eanth 10th afiesc below Pttiladel.
Litll4, ; Varin4Y.
HELMBOLD ILY.TBAOT "BUCHU,"
HELMI3OLD IMPROVED ROSE WARS.
A ?cksrriv - E AND SPECIFIC REMEDY
rca DISX.MIitS TA'S
AND DROPSICAL SWELLINGS:
DECLINE' OR MANCE OF LIFE
HELMBOLD!S ROSE WASH
THE UNION—NOW AND FORE,TER."=--Webster.
HARRISBURG, PA., MONDAY EVENING, JUNE:
. 27; 1864.
NE W AD VE RTIS E ENTS.
SOLE AGEACY FOR. THIS CITY
lAU happy to offer to the public a large
and splendid assortment a •
SUPERIOR 'GOLD PENS;
manufactured by •
LEROY W. FAIRCHILD.
These Pura are well finished, elAstie, and will give en
PLEASE TRY TREK.
SCHEFFEWS 8001 C. STORE,
Second street, opposite Pre.byterlari Oburch, Harrisburg
o ftiST RECEIVED,
THIS MORNING, -
A FRESH INVOICE OF
31ICHENER & Co.'s CELEBRATED
FlA:llfgre AND 33.V.V.F,
SIUSLER & FRAZER'S.
©NE of the best leeittiorts for IRON
WORKS in the State for sale, at a very reasonable
price, to any purchaser iCtIO will Improve it, situated with-
in a short distance of the city of Harrisburg, between the
Pennsylvania railroad and canal, 'about Ave hundred feet
wide, and alongside of the bast limestone quarries in the
State and close to a good turnpike road; also, room for
waste cinders for fitly years, without paying for the land
Apply to DAVID HUliildA, Jr.,
Attorney-at-Law, No 24 North Second street;
marl6-citt Harrisburg, Pa.
[Philadelphia Press insert three times and send bill' to
NEw LIQUOR STORE.
TO LANDLORDS AND
OTHERS —The undersigned Were at wholesale, to
the trade, choice lot of the Ipsl liquors ever brought to
Harrisburg, viz: French Brandies, Holland Gins, Scotch,
Irish, Bourbon, Wheat and OW. Rye Whisky; Foriegn
and Domestic Wines, such as Champagne, Card, Catawba,
dc. Al liquors warranted, as represented. Imadlords
and others will dad it to their advantage to call and ex
amine the assortment at the store, on South Second
street, two doors below GLlCstaut.
nuy271.1.6m . GEORGE WINTERS.
117EILLADELPHTA COLLEGIATE INSTI-
L TETE POR YOUNG LADIES, No. 1530 Arch
street. Rev. CHARLES A. SMITH, D. D., E. CLARENCE
SMITH, A. Si., Principals,
Ninth Year. Three departments: Primary, Academic,
and Collegiate. Fud college course CIELBSIa, Mathe
matic..., higher English and Natural. Science for those
who graduate. Modern Languagee, Music, Painting and
Elocuthm by the best masters. For cißcuLare apply at
the Institute, or address BOX 2611 0., Philadelplata
NEW GOODS-JUST OPENED !
Book 4nd Statioixery. Store.
Embracing every new and improved style of
MAGIC CURRENCY HOLDERS,
CALF SKIN POCKET MONKS,
sq4szcar , -
at prices to suit all eireionstanoes ' ,
JPOICILECT • CUTLERY,
Cansieting or a rine assortment of Wei:decide/Ws Sape 7,
• • fAILILiD PENS.
From Newton's celebrated manufecteri: -.Every Poi
WRITING OASES, ' ' • •
Together with every article ezually found in a find •
Book and Stationery establishment, at
myl2l BERGNER'S, 51 Market Areal
?MELODEONS AND CABINET ORGANS.
TWENTY-Br% MIST PREMDDIS,
• TWELVE SILVER MEDALS,
ONLY GOLD MEDAL (ever won.by Instruments of this
class) .has been awarded to
MASON &. HAITUN'S , INSTRUMENTS.
A ruu s.s-...ortment of the Instruments always on hand
et W. KNOCHE'S, Sete Agent,
je4-2tawly] 93 Market street.
Thomas C. MacDowell,
OFFICE IN THIRD ST., BELOW PINE. ..
A LL manner of Military Claims promptly
„Cl. attended to, and claims collectNAgainst the General
or State Governments, either in Congreas, the Court of
Claims at Washington city, or at Harrisburg, without on=
necetoary delay, and on moderato terms. ap2cadBm.
WALNUTS, CREAMNUTS, FILBERTS.
For solo wholesale at
ruy6 successors to W. lock, Jr., & Co.
NEW GROCERY AND PROVISION STORE.,
BOYER & KOERPER,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DEALERS . A.. 01
Quesean's and Glass Ware,
Argo ail swim OF.
OUNTIVY 1 3 110DU(3.E,
RAVE just opened a large and well: selected
stock of goo& at their stand, N 0.3 Markbt,Equare,
Harrisburg, l'a., to - which they hivite the attention of the
public generally. . • : nolo-dly.
A. C. 'SMITH'
AL'InCORN — JE:Te"
Ty AS removed hie Office from Third to Wel
xl nut street, next to, the Prison. AU bnainene in
trusted to him will receive prompt and careful attention.
CUT. FLY PAPER,
A NICE assortment of Cut Paper fpr
.Ci bags, looking gimes. picture frames aud-gas pipe;
at SCH.EFFER'S BOOK STuRE,
. , .
Soldiers' Po. trolled.
A LARGE assortment at
BERGNER'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE,
marlS Sold at Wholesale or. retail at low, priceo
STOCK 110 GS FOR SALE.
SIXTY HEAD of Stock Hogs are for sale at
the HARRISBURG DROVE YARDS. Jel4-d3t*
ip NUL LSII 13.11.EAKN'AS1 TEA. —Just re
-1.`.4 calved, a tine chest of English Breakfast Tea, at
SHISLER az FRAZER'S,
tater...as.* to wre noel( Jr.)
TrU (115. S I'ERS' .13ASK.E' ---15hisler Yrs-
JLJL z -r, uece-sors to W. Dock, Jr, & Co., have ou hand
34 uZt•ti hickOry 141-ketS. Prise $5 de Per dozen. RP
FINE Kettle Rettdered LARD, just, itecelypd .
at • • saisua & FRI,ZER, •
rnnr3 (gaccessors to WM. peek, J r &Co.)
AFIiESE suppl ‘ y of blichotier's Celebrapc4
sugar Cared .13.. , and Dried Bee[; at
ao.Sa] BOYER & /WIMP=
riORN -1- CrPAT4--A fine article. Jest -
k.) calved at SIEMER &
successors to Wm. Dock,,lll.lTtic
T_TAjsist FIAMS!--A fresh krapply of ;Mir
4L - 1, 0.110841 Excelsior Hem and Dried st -
zleal BOYER i 4 ictsgrza, - -
EXCLUSIVELY FOR THE DAILY TELEGRAPH
Later from Gen. Hunter.
SUCCESSFUL DESTRUCTION OF RAILROADS.
He is Moving on to Another
ICIS LOSSES, VERY SMALL.
THE THIRTEENTH ARMY - CORPS.
Gen. Gilmore in Washington.
The' - Whisky Tax.
'WLSICENGTON, June 25
The war department we learn to-day re
received information : from Gen. Hunters com
mand, which, •having fulfilled the mission
upon which it was—the destruction of the Cen
tral railroad in the vicinity of Stanton, and of
the Gordonsville and Lynchburg railroad, and
an important portion of the James river canal
—is successfully pushing forward to the point
in Western Virginia, which Hunter was or
dered to make for, after having done the work
in the valley assigned to him. His losses
have been smaller than was anticipated when
he set out. The services his little army have
rendered are of great importance indeed and
his losses of comparative insignificence.
The steamer Keyport brought up two rebel
officers from City Point, who were captured a
few days ago, one a Colonel Baker, who com
mands a cavalry regiment, and the 'other a
rebel major who belonged to Gen. Lee's staff.
He wale caught in our lines, having in mistase
enquired of our pickets for a rebel brigade.
He was a bearer of dispatches from Lee to
By direction of -the President; the 13th
Army Corps hits been temporarily discon
The General commanding the division of
West Miisissippi has been ordered to assign
the troops of this corps.-- '
General Gilmore, who is now in the city
awaiting orders, had an interview with the
President this morning which lasted for some
The steamer Key• Port arrived, bringing up
the Ist excelsior Vermont, numbering, 127
men. The sth. Maine also4arrived this morn
ing.on the Oitgla,Albany, they haring served
their. full Aerm.
The thermometer attiod.to-dayat one o'clock
84 in the shade and 118 in the sun. The
weatherto4layiis decidedly. hot.,
The report Of the conference committee on
the tax bill was made to the two houses to
day. Whisky on hand :is not to be taxed.
Whisky manufactured from July Ist to Febru
ary Ist next, is to be taxed one dollar and a
half per gallon, atter that time two dollars per
GRAND CAVALRY RAID BY WILSON,
ILEBEL •REPORT OP • ITS OPERITIONB.
Destruction of Portions of Two Railroads,
WABSIONGTON, June 25.
A dispatch from deneral Grant's headquar
ters, received this forenoon, states :that yes
terday's Richmond papers say that a Union
cavalry force under Gen. Wilson; after tearing
Some miles of the Petersbnrg and Weldon
railroad track, a considerable distance below
Peteraburg, moved next for the South,Side
railroad connecting Petersburg with Lynch-,
burg, and were, on Thursday last, tearing
that up aldo.
W, take it for granted that he was operating
in the immediate vicinity of the junction or
crossing, of the 'Smith, Side railroad and Rich
mood and Danville railroad, so that he may
be able .at. the 'Bathe time to tear up both roads
as far as posSible.
A Question of"neornes”, Under
the Internal Revenue Law.
The following correspondence explains it
INQTIIIII - OF THE ABSESSOIt
Dear have a case of this kind in my
district, and several other casee, involving
the same principle, among our most intelli
gent and responsible citizens. A person.
some twenty years ago,,purchased a piece of
land at'a cost of . $l,OOO. and sold about one.
fifth of it (that of the heist value) last year
for $20,000. He and others claim this as
their capital,' and that the la.never contem
plated taxing as iuccitim operations of this
kind, or transfers of capital kora one form of
investment to another.
That, if this property had been exchanged
for other real estate or for railroad or other
stooks, no income - tax would have been asses
sed and collected, and that the fact of its hay
tag sold for money, and that money reinvested
in other unproductive real estate, buildings
stocks, or any other kind of property,
amounts simply to a change of investment of
capital, and does not render any part of it HE
ble to be treated as income.
He contends that in any event all that could
be claimed by the Government would be the
appreciation of the property after the law
went into erect. to the time of sale. He says
it will be impossible for him to make a correct
statement of what he has paid out for taxes
and other expenset since he purchased to this
As, these cases are of considerable magni
bide, and likely to be contested if proceeded
against, I would like full and complete in
structions in regard to them. Yours truly,
Assessor First District Illinois.
Hon. Joseph . J. Lewis _Commissioner 4,c.,
Washinoton, D.,. C. •
VIZ IMPLY, OR THE .0133,11303810NER.
id/BTM DZPV, 017103 i INT'L RErmirz,
Sin—ln reply to-144:104W=tagilleth" al I
have to say that where . real estate has risen
in value since its purchase, the incise must
be considered income to the owner. - The
only qUestion is, shall this appreciation be
taxed as tucome each year of its accruement,
or shall: the Assessor wait until the-property
be sold and the absolute profit realized; bj
fore he considers it income? .To assess she
nominal. appreciation of property year by
yearwouicl be to assess an amount vague and
uncertain, and frequently valueless to the
owner. Such a course would be fruitful of
bickering and dissatisfaction, to say nothing
It is found more equitable by this office to
assess the appreciation of property only when
realized by a sale, when the sane at once be
comes tangible, and therefore reasonably as
It is immaterial for purposes of taxation
whether the consideration for property sold as
above consist in money or stocks, or other
representatives of value, as the same is of a
nature that adroit& of the. profits of the sale
being even apprOximatedy estimated.
In view of the above, you will assess the
profits realized by the party whom you men
tion, according to rules , by this office hereto
fore provided. Very respectfully,
E. A. ROLLINS,
' .. PETE.P. PAGE, E$Q., Assessor First District,
Chicago, Illinois. •
IMPORTANT FROM THE SOUTH.
Posit ion of the Alin ies .
News up to Tuesday.
Sherridan to be Captured.
Rebel Accounts from Georgia.
The enemy made a demonstration this
morning Iran Big Shanty towards Canton, on
our right, and were met by a-division of ours,
when they precipitately withdrew. Our army
is being daily reinforced by slightly wounded
and convalescent troops. There is no croak
&ism or criticism in the armY, but the
greatest confidence is Manifested - by both 'of
ficers and men in the capacity and ultimate
success of Gem Johnston.
THE POSITION OF THE CONTENDIN( ARMIES.
From the Atlanta Regist r, June 17.
There has been no material change in the
position of the two armies within tam last,two
days, owing probably to the incessant rains,
which renatred the movement of artillery and
wagon trains a rather serums affair. ErerY
thing has been more (Inlet tlumnsual for sev
eral days. The roadie will rapidly improve,.
Under the influence of such weatheriis we
now,have, and active operations will no doubt.
be resumed very Speilligy. •
The two armies seem to be drifting slowly
to oar right; for whaCpurpcitie is perhaps heat
known:to Geneal Sherman; the' dance 'being
a thing of his getting up, He has moved
from Dallas around to the railroad, and a lit-,
he to the east of it, his line of breastworks
between the two points, some twenty-five or
thirty miles in length, describing the arc of a
circle. The Army of Tennessee, confident of
its own strength and prowess, keeps pace with
his movements, and confronts linikwith au
impenetrable hedge of bayorea at every
The particular object ho has in view, in run- '
ning Wand iro across the country, like a lea
floex of sheep, even the carpet generals, whose
133gis reposes so benignly - above the woman
and children, and - who are - peciiliarly sup
posed to know everything, cannot tell as. If
,Sherman felt that he cantata whip the Army
of Tennessee in one county, it is dillicult to
.conceive how any material change in his !eel
ings can be made by moving across a second
county into a third.
To reach Atlanta, if that be his object, he
must abandon his circle, which would carry
him entirely around "it, and come straight
ahead. It is true 'General Johnston might
claim a sort of pre-emption right to the latter
route; but these is no doubt in the world he
Would be willing to " fight it out," a method
of settling the question which ought to be sat
isfactory to Sherman, as .lie led tile publ c to
believe that to tight" was his chief object in
coming to Georgia.
MATTERS ABOUT PETERSBURG TO ALONDAT NIGHT,
. NIKE O'CLOCK. :
[From the Petersburg Register, June 21.)
To-day, about one tile longest in the
year, passed over Petersburg unbroken by
scarcely an incident worthyot note. • Im-,tead
of being a stormy day, it was one of almost
unbroken repose. A iew shells were tired in
to the town, and fell, without doing any
damage, in different localities, without much
regard to the points of the compass.
Itumors even were less plenty than usual,
and met with much less credit than usual, for
everybody seemed impre:ssed linty •wi h the
belief that the defence of thii vital point was
in the kiands of those who, by the litessing..of
God, will hold it against the vandal host, now
threatening, to tun- it by the throat. With
the little thing going on, of either artillery or
small arms, there must have been but a tnnal .
list of casualities to.day.
May 10, 1864.
From the Petersburg tiegister June 21.
It is with sorrow and regret that we are
called upon to record the death of another of
the gallant defender: of Petersburg. Doctor
William Bellingham, who was wounded in the
hip in the entrenchments near this city, on
the memorable 9th, expired at 1 o'clock r. M.
yesterday.. Dr. Bellingham was .a native of
Delawarhad live 9 in Petersburg since 1852,
and had ° gathered about him .a troop of
Front the Petersburg Registers
RICHMOND, June 20.—Slieridart is reported
at Hanover to-day. moving towards James
river, with the remnant of his command. Tfi t i
capture of the entire party va_contichntly
ticidated. _ .
XXXVBIth Congress—First Session.
WainitimeN, Aim 26.
SOUSE OF. REPEES.EN.TATIVES.
The HOLI.IO passed-the bill ateendatery- of
PRICE TWO CENTS.
[From the Peter:burg Register.]
MammiTA, Georgia, June 19.
A REBEL DOCTOR XIUSE.D
ow...2Rax, SEEZEDLI4fI3 moirraimas
IiTEAI PRINTING MICE,
ADVERTISENQ RAM-DAILY TKI.BI2SIIPEL
The fallowing ere the rates tor advertising in the 73es.
"mum Those laving advertising to do will Mad , 't con.
cosign tfor rethreatee.
Four lines orierr constitute one-half - square "-lab'
lines ci zume than ter constitute a square.
. POP., ii, HUY alarartit II " an S C. 0:11 .
7. 4 1
One day $ 80 One day - $ 02
Two days .. 50 Two days .. 1(0
Three days 76 Three dare. .. ll*
One week 1 26 Onilweek 1 -35
One manta 300 One month.. 0 - 00
Two months 450 Two maths.. T•T, 90 0
Three months 660 Three'nxiithig.......,l.l 09
BLa mamba 8 00 &intik:MlS - lb it
One year... ... .- Ai 00 One year
administration ....................... ~. - -112 55
Marriage Notices - ' - ... '.. '7"ZI. I s
auditor's Notices . 1 CQ
Funeral Noticeseach insertion. ...la - . _ 6,
Ifir-Businesd ncnom• inaerted_ - in tar' Twat' (Johann, id'
before -Marriages and- Death* Elam- elms ran - laci - ftr:
each I.o.9ertion, . ...
the Pacific Railroad act—yees 70, • ays 37. It
removes some of the restrictions in the or:gi
nsl statute, with a. vi
struction of the road . ;
The House resumed the consideration of.
the House bill further regulating and provid
ing for the enrolling and calling out of the
national tomes and for other purposes.
Mr. Schenck (Ohio) offered a substitute for
the bill which he explained. it dispensisd
with the come utation clause entirely, leaving
- the law in relation to substitutes as it now
stands. It proposes that the President, in
his discretion, may order a draft for not
more than three nor less than one year.
Any person volunteering or offering as
a substitue for a drafted man mus
tered into the service for the term of one year,
unless sooner discharged, shall receive a.
bounty of $lOO, and if for a trm of two years
a bounty of $2OO, and if for a term, of three.
years a bounty of $3OO, one-halt of Which
bounty shall be paid to the soldier at the fret.'
of his being mustered into the service; one- •
fourth at the expiration of one-half
of his term of service and one-fourth
at the end of the termed service; =din ease
of his death, when in the service, the residue
of his bounty shall be paid to his - legal. -rep
resentative, and, in case he is honorably dill,.
charged, from wounds or sickness incurred in
:the service, he shall receive the fail 'bounty.
Ainong other provisions it peimits drafted
men, substitutes or volunteers to select
die companies or corps of their re
spective States into which they will go;
The Secretary of War is required to dits;
charge any minor who entered without the
consent of his parents or guardians as a sub
stitute; permits soldiers to be obtained from
States in rebellion, to be incorporated with
regiments of the loyal States procuring them.
ftlarlcets y Telegraph.
PHILS.DELPHIL, June 25..
Trade /110:VirS slowly in all departments, but
there is not much change to record in prices.
The stock of quercition bark is small. .Sales
of et/ hhds No. i at $43(544 per ton-:-an= ad
ranee of a,2.
There is very little cloverseed coming for
ward, and it is wanted at *B®B 75 per 64 lbs.
Timothy ranges from $2 25 'to Sa 25, as in
quality. small sales of flaxseed at S 3 40.
There is a firm feeling in flour, but the de
mand is not so active, and tae only sales, re
ported are 1,2 t 0 bbls low grade and clioice
Ohio extra family at 88 50®9 25 per bbl, and
500 Ibis Indiana fancy at 40. The sales to
the retailers and bakers take a wide range.
say from S 7 5u for superfine up to $lO for
lancy lots. Nothing doing in rye hour or oorn
meat, and little or no stock here to operate bin
The offeriii,g,s of Wheat are small and it is
held with much firmness, with a very moder
ate inquiry. Sales of 2,800 bushels good Red
at a 2 07€42 10 14 bushel, and 3,000 bushels
Kentucky White at a price keptprivate. Rye
scarce and worth r 1 57(1 60 Corn is
dull and lower, 1,700 bushels yellow sold at
$1 57 IR bushel, but buyers now refuse taPay
this figure. Oats are very du/4 2000 bushels
prime Delaware sold at 85 cents.
.NEW YqBx..tltuffs 241.
Flour is 5 to ten cents lower.; 7000Sariers
sold ; State sB@,sB 90 ; Ohio $8 .400$1 - 0,
'Southern :9 95b511. Wheat has a tte . erulz '
ing ttndeney ; sales unimportant. Cora
quiet ; sales trifling. Beef film. Pork fink.;
_Ness :40 75(841. Lard dull. Whisky Brit
at SI ;50$1 85
Grain receipts--Flour, 30,000 bbls. - Wheat,•
Iso,ooo bushels. Born 40,000 bushels.
Stocks better. Chicago and Rock Island,
11sq;• Cumberland Preferred 72i: Wino*,
131-;1 - ; Michigan Southern, 08; New York Ce
ntral, 131; Pennsylvania Coal, 113; Reading,
141; Hudson. River, 140; Michigan Cantial,
I;i9 k; Chicago and Noathwestern, 54; One
Tear Certificates, 004; Treasury 7 3-10's 106 k;
Five-Twenty Coupons, 105; Guld, 21/
• T., r. WATO2I,, -
Ts PItEPA_RED to tarnish and coat the es-
Wrier of Buildings with the MASTIC Cgti3NT, on AC'
nets- system. This material is entirety difterent
other cements used heretofore, and is the only ratable,
imperishable coating for outside wale. Milted witb.pro..
per proportions of pure Linseed On it forms a solid, dura
ble e.dhesivenese to Brick or :Anne Wale, making a &ilk;
iiful, tine water proof surface and Vnl , vt equal to Brown
Stone or any color desired.
Among others for whom I have applied the Mastic Ct
meat, E refer to the following gentlemen:
3. Bissell, residence, Penn street, Pittsbarg%
.1 D. hi'Cord,
J. a Shoenberger rmidenee - Lawnenotiville.
A. Hoevelor; a _
Jarnes M'Candless, " Allegheny city. .
Calvin Adams, ' Third street, Pitte:huri;
James Wood, owner St. Charles Hotel,-
" Wilßam Volta, Girard Game,
Barr & Moser, architects Dispatch Buildinfa,
John B. Cox, residence, Preen street, iianuturg,
A. J. Jones,
Ploaso address T. F. WATSON,-
P. O. Box 1,306, Pittsburg, Pa.,
or. Penne, House, Harrisburg, 'Pei
CAPE DI AY.
rrms hotel nil' be opened Smite 15th. The
house has bten put in thorough repairi.,and heFiy
two hundred, new and greatly impnavol BATH SOUSES
will be reedy ter the accommodation of
Its capacity mid each department will be equal, If net
superior, to any lima upon OAPS. ISLAND.
Birgfleld'a Band has been secured for the season.
Address GEO. J. BOLTON,
J. H. DENNISON,
Merchant's Betel, Phikida.
• Photograph Annum-
TELE largest and cheapest variety of rHO
TOGRAPH ALBUMS in the any areconstentiy
hear72l BERGNER'S CRS.AP
A NEW SUPPLY of FRESH SMOKED
1 - 1. HAMS, Just received this Jaunting, at
1 4 -1 .1. NE TABLE OILS.— 4U boxes fine table..
oils or the best importations tor sale, wholesale and
retail, by SHLSLER & FRAZER- r
ruyb successors to W. Dock, Jt, , &
441033E1) SALMON. — FLt v:F ',smoßEl
L. 7 SALMON, just received at
SHLSLER & :MAZER,
(successors to WI. Dock, :V., &Co.)
HAY'. HAY!! BAY'.'.!
Ay of the best quality is altered flit' sari.
Gill ua M'CORUICK'S CUALOFFlClfon.thestand•
tm vaburg. • Arml-At
11;•kial..161 - .1. plata aua
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