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MORNING AND ETrENTNG,
BY GEORGE BERGNER:
OFFICE THIRD 821, NEAR WALNUT
TERMS OF SUBF.ORIPTION.
THE MILT Istrzcitern is served to subscribers in the
city at 8 cents per week. Yearly subscribers will be
charged $5OO in advance. Those person.; wbo neglectto
pay In advance will be charged $0 00.
Tint TELEGRAPH is also published weekly, and is furnished
o subscribers at the following cash rates
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OR, ESSENCE OF LIFE
Prepared from Pure Vegetable Extracts, containing noth
ing Injurious to the most Delicate.
.sarThe Rejuvenating Elixir is the result of modern
discoveries in the vegetable kingdom; being an entirely
new and abstract method of cure, irrespective of all the
old and worn-out syetema
idirThls t medlcine has been tested by the most eminent
medical men of the day, and by them pronounced to be
one of the greatest medical discoveries of the age
.41-One bottle will cure General Debility , .
.$l4 - -A few doses cures Hysterics in females.
.41.-One bottle cures Palpitation or the Heart.
ega-A few doses restores the organs of generation.
Jar From one to three bottles restores the manliness
and full vigor of youth.
41 - A few doses restores the appetite.
Sig-Three bottles cures the worst case of Impotency.
gfirA few doses cures tee low spirited.
$3-One bottle resters mental power.
gar A few doses bring the rose to the cheek.
WThis medicine restores to manly vigor and rebus
" health the poor, debilitated, worn-down and despairing
devotee of sensual pleasure.
,The listless, enervated youth, the over-tasked man
business, the victim of a nervous depression, the in
' divides) suffering from general debility, or from weakness
of a single organ, will all find immediate and permanent
relief by the use of this Elixir or Essence of Life;
e$E-Price, $2 per bottle, or three bottles for $5, and
forwarded by express, on receipt of meney, to any ad
50-Sold by ail druggists everywhere.
DR. W. R. SIERWIN & CO.,
No. 59 Liberty street, New York.
B R 7'AIN AND SAFI.
!FirPbr the Removal of Obstructions and the instnanas
of Regularity in the Recurrence of the
They cure or obviate those numerous diseases that
spring from irregularity, by removing the
hg-They curd Suppressed, Excessive and Painful Men
Joy-They cure Green Sickness (Cklorosis.)
gay-They cure Nervous and Spinal Affections, pains in
the back and lower parts of the body, Heaviness, Fatigue
on slight exertion, Palpitation of the Heart, Lowness of
S.ptrits, Hysteria, Sick Headache, Giddiness, &c., &c.. In
a word, by removing the irregularity, they remove the
cause, and with it ALL the effects that spring from it
garontposeil of simple vegetable extracts, 'they con
tain nothing deleterious to any constitution, bOwever
delicate, their function being to substitute strength for
weakness, which, when properly used, they never fall to
,They may be safely used at any age,- and at any
perioe, SZCZPT DIMING TEE SIM THRXR 15011 Tan, during
which the unfailing nature of their action would. infallibly
' /wall letters seeking infOrmation or advice will be
promptly, freely and discreetly answered.
ArFull directions accompany each box.
.ear-Price, $1 per box, or six boxes for $5.
,p-Sent by mail, free of postage, on receipt of price.
larSold . by all respectable druggist&
OR. W. R. .11ERWIN & CO., Sole Proprietors.
tnarll•eodly No. 59 Liberty street, New York.
For sale in Harrisburg by S. A. KUNKEL & BRO., 116
F .1 N E
LI QUO ES.
Shissler & Frazer,
(Successors to W m. Dock, Jr., & Co.)
DEALER S IN FINE FAMILY GEOCE
.II RIES' ,opposite the Court Howe, hive on hands fine
of different vintages.
FINE AND COMMON WINES,
FMB IBJSH AND SOOTOB
Whisky& The beat ever brought to this market.
And the celebrated
CHESTNUT GROVE WHISKY.
• CHAMPAGNE WINES.
AHLOSS JOHANNESBURG, .
SCOTCH AND IRISH ALBS.
LONDON BROWN STOUT. " •
WIGWAM TONIC BITTERS
With a complete stock of
ENGLISH AND AMEIUCAN PICKLES
And Condiments of every description )20W In the market,
THE LOIVEET KATE&
PERFUMING LINEN AND PREVENTING MOTH
i 8 POWDER—a compound of valuable
nticles for the destruction of insects—distributed
ausong or dusted over Furs, Woolens, Carpets, Clothing,
&C. packed away . for summer, will effectually prevent
Being also a delightful, diffusable perfume it will lin
pregnate clothing, &c., with a lasting and pleasant odor.
The Uneat fabric cannot be injured by its des.
Prepared and said at ' KELLER'S
Drug and Fancy Goods Store, No. 91 /farliet street,
• A. P. TEUPSER,
TEACHER .OF. MUSIC.
Orme is. WARD'S MUSIC STORE,
N Third Street
Residence; Third street, above North. dl5-tf
ISITEO, WEDDING, INVITATION
amp AT HOME CARDS.—By a Vett arranileuielit
With ono of the best engravers In the, c o , itry, cards of
say description will be executed In the' highest style of
art, conformable with the latest Mahlon, and supplied
promptly, at Maw prime than are charged by the station
ers in New York or Philadelphia. Por•samples and prim
call at BIitItGNEWB BOOK STORE.
GUM PECTURALS ere useful 6 wat ts . a
umiak allay Tickling .1 1 11 the Throat, to rallaie
Humane's, Catarrh, Sore Throat, Cm They contain
COitleoo% 150,0hOlilld i lIIIKUMUIigi Senega and Num ,
(the moot reliable expectorants 'brOtztc) are the chief ac
tive conialtnenta, ao.blended with Ginn Amble and Sugar,
that each lozenge contains a mild. ry leasant dose.
.11antlietured solely by 8: Ac . & BRO.,
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DISORDERS OF THE LIVER
THE GREAT STRENGTHENING TONIC.
THESE Bitters have performed more cures;
have and do give better satisfaction; have more tes
timony; have more respectable people to vouch for them
tnan any other article in the market.
We defy any one to contradict this assertion, and will
pay $l,OOO to any one that will produce a certincate pub
hshed by us that is not genuine. Holland's German Bit
ters, will cure every case . of Chronic or Nervous Debility,
Diseases of the Kidneys, and diseases arising from a dis
ordered stomach. Observe the following symptoms, re
sulting from the disorders of the digestive organs: Con
stipation, Inward Piles, Fullness of Blood to the head,
Acidity of the Stomach, Nausea, Heartburn, Disgust for
Food, Fullness or weight in Oto Stomach, Sour Eructations,
Sinking or Buttering at the pit of theatoinach, Swimming
of the head, Hurried and difficult breathing, Fluttering at
the heart, Choking or suffocating sensations when in a
lying posture, Dimness of vision, Dots or webs before the
sight, Fever and dull pain in the head, Deficiency of pers
piration, Yelkiwneas of the skin and eyes,. Pain in the side,
back, chest, limbs, kc. Sudden flushes di heat, Burning
in the flesh, Constant imaginations of 'ev#, and great de
pression of spirits.
Remember that this Bitters is not alcoholic,Vert no
rum or whisky, and. can't make drunkards, . the
best Tonic In the world
From the Reg. Levi G. Beek, Pastor of the Baptist
Church, Pemberton, N.
4 ., formerly of the North Baptist
« • * * * • * * * *
I have known HoofleatitGerman Bitters favorably for
a number of years. I have used them in my own family
and have been so pleased with their effects that I was in
duced to recommend them to many others, and know that
they have operated Mn a strikingly beneficial manner. I
take great pleasure in thus publicly proiclaiming this
fact, and Calling the attention of those *Mimed with the
diseasestor which they are recommended to these Bit
ters, knowim . frolli experience that my recommendation
will be sustained. I do this . more cheer Silly as Hoof
land's Bitters is backchat to benefit *a aellicted, and is
'trot a rum drink." Teem truly. . . •
UM fe. BE S.
From Rev. J. Newton Brown, D. D., Editor of the Ed
cyclopedia of &Illinois Knowledge and Christian Chroni
Although not disposed to favor or recommend Patent
Mehicines in general, through distrust of their ingredients
and effects, I yet know of no sufficient reasons why a
man may not testify to the benefits he believes himself to
have received from any simple preparation, in the hope
that he may thus contribute to the benefit of °them.
Ido this the more readily in regard to Roofland's Ger.
man Bitters, prepared by Dr. C. K Jackson, of thit city
because I was prejudiced against them for many years,
under the impression that they were chiefly an alcoholic
mixture. lam indebted to my friend, Robert Shoema
ker, Esq., for the removal , of this prejudice by proper
testa, and lbr encouragement to try them When suffering
from great and long continued debility. The rum of
three bottles of these Bitters at the beginning of the
present year, was followed by evident relief and restora
tion to a degree of bodily and mental vigor which I had
not for six months before, and bad almost despaired of
repining. I therefore thank God and my friend for di
recting me to the use of them.
J. NEWTON BROWN, Philada.
From Rev. Warren Randolph, Pastor of Baptist
Church, Germantown, Penn.
Dr. C. M. Jackson:—Dear Sir:—Personal experience
enables me to say that I regard the German Bitters, pre
pared by you, as a most excellent medicine. In cases of
severe cold and general debility I have been greatly bemo
aned by the use of the Bitters. and doubt not they will
produce similar effects on others.
VISITS truly . 'WARREN RANDOLPH: -
Of Ivry Descriptiom
From Rev. J. IL Turner, Pastor of Redding Id. g
Dr. C. M. Jackson:—Dear need your Ger.
man Sitters hi my Minify frequently I am prepared to say
that it has been of great service. I believe that ih most
cams of general debility of the system It la the safest and
most valuable remedy , of which I have any knowledge.
Irons, tespeetlnlly - J. B. TURN 22,
• • ; No. 728 N. Nineteenth Wed.
From the Rev. J. K. Lyons, formerly Pastor of the
Columbus (N. J.) and Mileistown (Pa.) Baptist Churches., •
New Romutus,s. Y.
Dr. C. N. Jackson:L-Dear Sir:—l feel It a pleasure thus,
of my own ambrd, to bear testimony to the excellence of
the German Bitters. Some years sham being Much at
aimed with Dyspepsia, I used them, with very beneficial
results. I Italie often recommended them to perilous en
feebled by tbatlormenting disease, indium heard from
them the most :flattering testimonisis as to their great
value. In cases of gement) debility, I believe it to be a
tonic that cannot, be surpassed. J. N. LYONS.
From the Rev Thomas Winter, Pastor of Roxborough . . ,
Dr. Jackson :—Dear felt It due to your *noel
lent preparation, Hooßand German Bitters, to add my
testimony to the deserved reputation it has obtained. I
have for years, at times, been troubled with great disorder
In my bead and- - nervous system. I was advised by a
frietakto - try a bottle Mr lour German Bitters; did so, and
have experienced great and unexpected relief; "My health
bas been very materially benetitted. I confidently recom
mend the article where I meet with cases similar to my
own, and bays been assured by many of their good ef
fecta. Respectfully yours,
• T. WINTER, Roxborough, Pa.
Front Rev, J, S. Herman, of the German Reformed
Church, Eutztown, Berka county. Pa.
Dr. C. M. Jackson :—Respected have been
troubled with Dyispepsia nearly twenty years, and have
weer Used any medicine that did me as much: good as
Hoollsod , o Bittern lam very much improved In health,
Mgr baring taken live MAMA
limo with respect, L L KILLICAN.
Large Size (haft nearly doulle quantity,) $1 00
per bottle--half dog
San Rizo-9 wale per bottle...bar d aa a: L I :
BZWAst OF COUNTERprinil
See that the abmatere et !. IL JACKSON" in on the
WRAPPER of each botch
Should your merest drtqllibit not bare the article, do
not be put °lrby soy of the ilitOakierang preparations that
may be aimed io fts Om, but maid -to la, and we will
Sinordomeurely p ed, byand even%
pal Mannikotary, •
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DISEASES RESULTING FROM
AN D DIGESTIVE ORGANS,
ARE CURED BY
HOOPLAND 9 S
READ WHO SAYS SO
"THE lINION-XOW AND FOREVER."
HARItISBUR4, PA., THURSDAY EUNNO,'JIMY 14, 1864.
Is THE VITAL PRINCIPLE OF TEE PINE TREF,
Obtained by a peculiar process in the dis
tillation of the Mr, by which its highest med
ical properties are retained.
/lave you, a Gough ? Have you sore Throat?
Have you any of . the premonitory symptoms
of that most fatal disease, Consumption?
Those who should be warned by these
symptoms generally , think lightly of them
until it is too late, From this fact, perhaps
more than any other, arises the sad preva
lence and fatality of disease which sweeps to
the grave at least "one-sixth" of death's
Consumption bas destroyed ma's of the
human family than any other diseaae, and the
best physicians for many years have despaired
of a cure, or a remedy that would heal the
lungs, but for more than two hundred years
the whole medical world has been impressed
that there was a mysterious power and effi
ciency in the Pine Tree Tar to heal the lungs;
therefore they have recommended the use of
Tar Water, which in many cases had a good
effect; but how to combine the medical pro
perties so as to heal the lungs, has ever been
a mystery until it was discovered by Dr. L.
Q. C. WISHART, of Philadelphia, Pa., the
proprietor of "Widitart's Pine Tree Tar Cor
Many, not only of the people, but physi.
.cians of every school and practice, are daily
asking me, `.'What is the principle or cause of
your sucoesif in' the. trealuient ,rifionofico:y
Consumption ?" My answer is this:
The invigoration of the digestive organs--
the strengthening of the debilitaied kilystem— .
the purification and enrichment of the blood,
must expel from the pystom the corruption
which scrofirhi breeds., While thisis.effected
by the powerful alterative (changing from
disease to health) properties of the Tar Cor
dial, its healint•and renovating prbtotple us
also acting upon the irritated surfaces of the
lungs and throat, penetrating to each dis
eased part, relieving pain, subduinginflamma
don, and restoring a healthful tendency. Let
this , two-fold power the healing and the.
strengthening, continue to act in conjunction,
with Nature's constant recuperative tendency,
and the patient is saved, if he has : nottoo
long delayed a resort to the means of dare.
ask all to read the following eertitleates.
They are from men and women of =Rues.
tionable worth and reputation::. •
Ds. Wisnenr--Dear Sir:—l had a ve
dreadfal cough and sore
_throat for one year,
and my whole system was fast giving Way, and
I was - prostrated on my bed with but little,
hope of recoverinte. My disease baffled the
power of all medicines, 'and - in a short time _I
must have gone to my grave, but thank Gtod,
my daughter-in-law would not rest , until she
went to your store, No. 1Q N. Second 'street.,
and .related my case to you, purchased one
bottle of your Pine Tree Tar Cordial and I
commenced to use it, and in one week I was
much better, and after using three bottles I
am perfectly well, and a wonder to all my
friends, for they all pronounced me past cure.
Publish my case if on think proper.
REBECCA Ti N,
No. 13' 1 Wylie street, Philadelphia.
Dr. Wishart's Pine Tree Tar Cordial is an
infalliable cure for Bronchitis, Bleeding of
the Lungs, Sore Throat and Breast, billamma
tion of the Lungs.
Mr. Wean says:
Ds. Wilounx—Sir:—l had Bronchitis, In
Summation of the Lungs, Shortness of Breath,
and Palpitation of the Heart in their worst
forms; I had been treated by several of the
most eminent physicians in Philadelphia, but
they could not stop the- rapid course of my
disease, and I had despaired of ever being re
stored to health. -I was truly on the verge - of
the grave. Your Pine Tree Tar Cordial was
highly recommended to me by a friend; I
tried it, and am thankful to say that,. after
using four large, and one small, bottles,: T was
restored to perfect health. You can give re
ference to my house, No. 968 N. Second street;
or at my office of Receiver of Taxes, from 9
a. as to 2 P. M., corner of Chestnut and Sixth
streets. JOHN WARD. .
• Read the following from Utica:
Da Wrsussm—Dear take
in informing you through this 'source that
your Pine Tree Tax Cordia/ewhich: was recom
mended for rrijr danghterby•Dr. J. Hall, of
this city, has cured her of . a cough; of more
than five months' standirig. I had thought
her beyond *um And.liad employed the haat
of medical' aid. without •any* treneflt. I can
cheerfully recommend it'to the( public as a safe
and sure remedy for those ,srmilaly afflicted,
as Iknow of many other cases besides thatof
my daughter that it has entirely cured of lbng
standing toughs. Yours respectfully,
JOHN V. PARKZR, Daguerrean Artist.
126 Genessee street, Utica, N.
• * • • :—I have used Dr. Whhart's
Pine Tree Tar Cordial in my family, and ca
.cordially recommend it as a v,aluable and safe
medicine for colds, coughs and to those pre
disposed to consumption.
Dr. G. A. FOSTER, 160 Genessee street,
The above are s• few among the thousands
which this great• remedy has saved , from an
untimely grave, • , •
We have thousands '
of letters • fi : ol4 physi
cians and druggists who have prescribed and
sold the Tar. Cordial, saying that they have
never used or sold a medicine which gave
such universal satisfaction. • •
The Tar Cordial, when taken in connection
with Dr. Wishart's Dyspepsia. Pills, is an- in
fallible cure for Dyspepsia.
The Prim Tam TAR Cannier., will. cure
Coughs, Sore. hroat and Breast,. Bronchitis,
tistimia,•Whooping Cough, Diptheria, and is
also an excellent remedy - for Wseases of the.
kidneys and female complaints. :
alawmust oir co
The genuine heath° n ame Or the proprietor and a pins
tree blown in the bottle. All others aro simian : halt&
Pawn Firm Cane and Oira tkolatt a per 13onns. Pr
pared only by tbe Proprietor,
Dr. L. Q. C. Wishatil,
Na 10 .1 , 1*(114 *gradeteetArtflefielpkia. Pa. •
5014 by DWairbiammilrai i at ingoinakity 01103 s:
01,11,eigliw To* mono, Dr,rnisa (1.04,7 •
The news last night was confined to the
details of the movement of our own troops,
but we are debarred from giving this intelli
gence by a judicious regard for the safety of
the situation in Maryland. The repulse which
our troops gave the assailants yesterday, in
the neighborhood of Silver Springs, was more
thorough than was at fast reported, and the
only solicitude in military circles seems to be
that the invaders may possibly escape. As
far as heard from, the conjunction between
the forces of A. P. Hill and those commanded
by Early, had not been effected. Indeed, the
impression seems to gain ground, that Early
and his raiders will.yet have as much as they
can do to escape from Maryland.
So far ad any actual danger to Washington
and Baltimore are coneerned, it is fair to as
sert that the crisis is over. To any assault
which the force now detached from Lee's
army can make; Washington is as impregna
ble on the north as she' is on the south side,
to the whUle fpree of the rebel army. But ,
this fact shopltirot leisen the activity of the
authorities or the-ardor of the people to se
cure, ,if 'possible, the;destruction of such of
the raiders in Maryland as can be overtaken.
The izarinity, Oa k which this raid was made,
deem-143.3 , 1114'6dg. kaesivis a severe repulse.
Destruction to the raiders will be disgrace to
their eopierheiid pathizera in the North,
who have drawn-largely on the panic created
_for material for. political
We have: t ho i netvs i , frpm (Nut's army by
telegraph. Letters from Washington. how-
Aver ? xeceiyedpA leitdins bufiiness men and
bankers in this CRY, iiicliaate that the Lieu
, tenant Geneicd is not disturbed by the rebel
niovementsln litaryiand, and that when Lee
least looks for the blow, Grant will delivdr his
whole fcircd with 'poWerful eifect It is confi
dently asi4o. - 4 - .that important events maybe
looked ihr from Petersburg within the !next
fertnight. • '
Volunteers., continue! to reach Harrisburg
from all parts.of- the-State, They era being
watered andinganizet as fast as-possible.
THE -BENIF,DA.TIONS . OF VIE FLORIDii.
TEE' FLEE? teI'UREEIT OF TEE' PIRATE.
[From the New York Herald of Yesterday.]
Aoting-Master W. P. Gibbs, United States
Navy, reported himself to Admiral Paulding,
at the :Brooklyn Navy Yard, yesterday morn
ing, having been captured on board of the
steamer Electric Spark, on Sunday last, by
the rebel privateer Florida, and paroled by
Captain Morris. Acting-Blaster Gibbs was
returning to his vessel, .the Pawls, in the
Gulf, having been North on leave of abience.
He says he wail treated with marked kindness
while on board of the Florida, everything
being done to render his sMy comfortable and
agreeble. makes several important state
ments in reference to the vessel:
In the first place she carries the following
armament: Four rifled 68-pounders-8-inch—
in broadside abaft the mainmast, 120-pounder
rifle in pivot, and iota small rifles in broad
_fin addition to this formidable
hatteify.shalias — dne - gur t mounted, lying
on the shirboat& side' of the engine-room
hatch. Mr. Gibbs could not ascertain its
calibre, as it was covered with atarpaulin.
She hair afeiew of about two hundred melt,
who looked dirty, andundisciplined, and Mor
ris apologized Apr. the appearance of the ship
anderew; and said they had been very busy
for the past feltrdays.
Barevet errgiirer is confined to his 'room,
on acconatoLinityies. received by falling
dein a hatehwayi aid she is short of assist-
ant engineers; IP much so tbat it would be
difficult to run the Elexttric Spark; but he may
run both vessels over. tit Bermuda or Nassau,
and leave his prize outside while he goes in
with the . Florida and procures some engineers.
for her, ,The EleCtric Spark steams, in her
present itim but seven knots, which is owing
to her being:bithe head. No doubt but .Nor
tie will use her kinder, at least until - her
coal—one, hundred and twenty tonei—giyss
out, or he may atteriipt.to run her into Wil
mington with hercargo. i
The following s a copy of the parole of
Acting Mister Gibbs :
Wm. P. Gibbs, acting master in the navy
of the United States of America, is hereby pa
roled upon his wor d of honor not to serve
againet the. Confederate States.or do garrison
or other military duty until duly exchanged.
C. MALB/NGAULT Monsta,
Commanding Confederate States steamer
Florida., July 10, 1864.
It into be regretted that the Florida suc
ceeded in capturing the mail bags on board
of the Electric.. Spark as well as the Official
dispatch bag. We should have thought that
a man of • common sense would have known
enough to - sink his mail bags, especially the
GovenimenUdiepatehes. Now . the Florida ,
can use them for her ownposes, as well as
to send them in by the regular Anglo-rebel
mail line of steamers which run to Wilming
ton, N. C. • • !
Utica, New York.
The Asbutney, ninel guns, (not the Mohi
can, as stated yesterday,) is preparing, and•
may possibly get away to-night from the
Brooklyn: Navy Tard.,:.. By this time, no
doulbt,. the Connecia'ont, eleven guns, Quaker
City,, eleven gnus, and other large steamers
on the Wilmington blockade have been di*.
patched in pursuit of the privateer. -
The Ututed Wines steamer Cireageiliat.'
which arrived at Boston on Monday from the
Cinif. has received a heavy armament' and
thll.crew:and sailed, yesterday evening in pur
suit of the Floridan Cosiunander. Craven is
BosTon, July 12.—The bark Golconda, de
stroyed ,by that Florida. had 146 barrels Of
11 Peari oil on bond , and on flight 321,618 •
ion! mom 800117pliono of oriole oU.
[Prom our Morning Edition.]
The Citizens Reepooding to the Gill of the
'There waS general suspendion of business
this afternoon, and the- - citizens turned out
largely and reported for duty at the ,carious
All the public houses are •closed and the
city very quiet. Confidence is - sestored and
the only anxiety is that the enemy should..not
escape from the State without being ijuly Pun
THE FOREIGN WAR.
Iceland Under the Prussian Administration.
The Danish Loss at Alsen.
Mr. Dayton Entertaining the Officers of the
4.SUCCESSOR TO TEE ALABAMA ALREADY
Wrangling in Parliament.
The meeting at Lord Salisbury's on lion
day will, it is said, he composed of members
of the Rouse of Loidii. They will decide on
the course to belpuisfied - in regard to the
Danish question and the:vote of censure:
=; :On Monday night, in, lien of the-at*and
,paragrapb. of D'lsraeli's motion,. jar ; Norte
will move to submit to. - Het MajeatY:" t he.
Opinion cretlie Howie, that independence
of Denmark - and the possessiou'of thedng
dom proposed by the representative o f - the
neutral, shall be guaranteed.
The steanier cr L ,buran,-from Liverpool lot
St. Petersburg,"with' a, load of cotton„ was
wrecked on the Hebrides, involving a less of
Lormorr, July 3.—lceland , has been placed
under the Prussian administration.
• The loss of the Danes i t Alsen was 2,500 to
3;000; tubst of w6hom•werekilled; inanding 81
officers. +:' .. .
Mr. Newgate 1011 offer another amendment
to the vote of censure, viz: That England
ought to guarantee the independence of ;Den
mark-null the Integrity of her possessions.
levatapoon, July lst.---Mr. Dayton,: the
American Minister, has been feasting Capt.
Winslow and the officers of the Kearsarge.
A letter in the Independence Beige says that
two days after the defeat of the Alabama an
iron plated vessel, built at Bordeaux, left
there with a view of .succeilding . the Alabama
and' revenging her destructiOn.
The British Government were prosecuting
another man in Liverpool for enlisting men to
serve on rebel cruisers.
In the House of Commons, the government
has been defeated by . a majority of two in the
rejection of the religrons 'tests at Oxford.
There is much speculation as to the result
of D'lsraeli's motion of censure, and King
slake's amendment asp ressing satisfaction at
the avoidance of war. ' . •
The minister fists calculate on at least 20
majority, but it is .reported, nevertheless,
that the government will dissolve r arliamentl
Some explanations have been given as to
the concentration of troops, at Iliontreal, and
Quebec and the ministry have under consid
eration, the fortifications of Qaebec.
The_Morning Post ,publishes diplomatic
documents confirming the fact that the holy'
alliance of Itrataia, Austria and Prussia will
The bank of- France haslost 3,000,000 f in
specie during the weeir.
The Danish Minster ,of marine, announ
ces that : the iron .cla4 Bolfkrake, although
hotly angefled at.AlseP, was but slightly m
chip of war and tlwea gun - boata escaped
from. Alien Smut but two small vessels were
blown up to prevent capture. .
.11trarex, Stay 12.—The steamer Delta has
arrived . from St. Thomas via Bermuda, on the
Bth Met. The ,blockade runners Mary, Ce
lestiai:Lynx and, Atlanta. had arrived from
Proclamation bt the Governor
df NeW dirsey.
I have been expecting a call from the rresi
-the United States, or a request from
the Governor of the State now invaded by the
rebels, for troops to aid in driving back the in
vaders. Not having received - such call or re
quest, I assume that the authorities near the
scene of action believe they have sufficient
force at their command : to meet the emergen
cy. I, however, view the expedition as more
serious than an ordinary raid. A battle has
beett fought within a few miles of Baltimore,
and our forces (composed in part of veteran
troops) have been driven back. Intelligence
has been received that the railway between
Philadelphia and Baltimore has been cut, and
communication between the East and Wash
ington interrupted. • The National CBpital is
seriously threate. nerl-
Although New Jersey has not been officially
called upon for troops in this emergency, yet
regarding the danger as imminent, I call upon
the citizens of this State..te, organize imme•
dim e )/ into companies sod report to:the Ad
jutant General .of .the State for thirty days
servicein rameyiyanis, .MaxiiAnd or the
Dist" is 4 of. cobtrobia,
Given wider my hand and privy seal, at
Tienton,,,thia twelfth day of drily, A. D. eigh
teen linagged.and sixty-four.
- • - .JOEL PARSES.
Attests-8. If., Metilallon, Private Secretary.
TheitietiteillV or War / 11/ New
•i ,1 iw to July 13. -
Nonnngmont. Jim been made,*
Seotobay, Amend= .fou a aaoaa. bUt it is
hie to.milt:.4ilt-.55,0A400 fr93u th o
• dabo+tr: ;
PRICE TWO CENTS.
BAX,TIMOIRE, July, 13
STIAI PRINTING OFFICE.
The following sce the ram for advertising di& Tdc
mid Those baying allSerOhig to do will lin& lf con
cedes tier refetelfon • s - -
for-rogrifnint cc lase adsoitato one-half evince. Ogkil
lines dode:thanAir codititute:kedutr4
cep. oNE Kamm
One day . ..II 60
Three days 1 26
One Week 2 25
One month .. 600
Two uwatilus p 9 00
Three Montha . ' 1100
Six menthe . . ._,5 0
One year 125 0
%Ivo A AXA' !KURZ
Orie day $
4rwodaya...„. - .:„";_
Three days 16
One month It 00
Two months - 4 50
Six-months 6 6U
One 16 op
Adarti ir otnettoo Notices—.
Auditor's Mktg 1 50
Puma Noticessanhinsertion . . 6
`Bali fa tosertoiliti ErCoralisratt, or
bo nob lbro lb:H lnsertionates and Dribs, Riairi 'Cram me taxa for
Formai Ho:mot, July 11.
No intelligence has been received from the
fleet of gunboats that left yesterday, in search
of the privateer that destroyed the barge Green
Gen. Smith arrived to-day from City Point,
en route for New York.
Died in Hampton Hospital, Jtay 9 tmll 10:
Daniel McCloud, 55th Penna. ; John K. Nich
ols, 55th Penna. peceived eightinftletwbunda
June 16th, while in front or-Petersbm:g, and
died to-day at Hampton Hospital.
Steam tug fitary left Cherrystone yesterday
morning, for this place, and was due here at
3 o'clock same day. She hip npt been heard
from at 4r. it., July 11th. Tuspicions are,
that she was captured, swamped or disabled.
The steamer AManda Martz arrived from
Newbern, N. C. No news.
Naw Yoax, July 13.—The steam transport
John Ray has arrived from Fortress Monroe.
She has.on board General Baldy Smith and
his staff. The transport Atlantic, from Hamp
ton Roads, with 700 sick and wounded men,
has also arrived here.
Sax FRANCISCO, July: 12
The supervisors have passed an ordinance
pledging the faith of the city for the payment
of $60,000 in gold, to such citizens as will
advance that snm, to hasten the completion
of the monitor Camanche.
The contractors say they will begin putting
her together immediately, and recall their
proposed abandonment of their contract.
The Nevada constitutional convention has
adopted a section authorizing the issue of
bonds at the rate of 50,000 dollars per mile in
aid of the Pacific railroad within the limits of
the State; the whole amount not to exceed
Arrived—Ship White Swallow, from New
York. Sailed—Ship Chapman, for Catao. Re
ceipts of bullion since July 12th, $1,600,000.
There is but a small demand for exilhange and
the money market is easy.
Mail from New York for Wash-
NEw You dal y 13.
A. special mail left to-night for Washington
by the revenue cutter Wyandotte: . `-
Markets' by 'telegraph.
PICIMADMPIELL, Jlllll 13
The excitement in referrence, to , the war
news still continues to obstruct the attention
of the merchants, and trade moves slowly.
Flour is held with great firmness, and further
sales of; 20,000 bbls. extra family are report.
ed at $12(413 50, and supperfine cannot be
had under $lO. Nothing . doing in Rye flour
or Corn Meal. These is less demand for
wheat and only 3,000 - bushels:red•sold at St
@2 06, and small lots of white at $2 ; 74. Rye
sells at $1 75. -
.Corn is inactive., lira 3,000
bushels yellow sold at sl ' 7o. Oatitis lit good
demand and 4;000 bushels soldiiil s 94@,9Bc.
In groceries and provisions no dhattgefLchoice
stores of all kinds are very scarce. -,Whisky
moves slowly at $1 80. Stocks. heavy; Penn
sylvania S's 100; Reading railioad 63; Morris
Canal 91i; Long Island 47; Pennsylvania
Railroad 70i; Exchange on' New York par to
Flour has declined 25e,50c; saliva of 9,51)0
bbls. at $lO 25@10 40 for State, $ll 25@14
for Ohio, and $ll 25412 50 for southern.
Wheat declined 4(2,5c ; sales• unimportant.
Corn dull, with no sales. Beef heavy. Pork
scarce and declined 2®3c; sales' at $43 50.
Lard dull at 204021. Whisky dUll at 72@73.
New York Stock Markets.
NEVI "Xpra, July 13.
Stocks dull; Chiesgu and "Sock Islapd 106.'j;
Cumberland preferred 56; Illinois Central 127;
Michigan Southern •80. f; New York Central
1341; Erie 112 i; Cleveland and Toledo 1301.
One year certificates 93; Treasury 7-3-101331:
Registered 103/; Coupons 6's 103/, Registered
ditto 103 g. Gold 270.
HOTEL AT PUBLIC 'SALE.
rpakT valuable Hotel property • known as
PARKE 11.0 USE
on Market street, EtarrtiAya Penn'a, will be offered at
Public Sale. on the premises, on Wednesday; the 20th of
Jtdy. at 2 o'clock, r. x.. This-property is in the centre of
the business part of the city, within a square of the
Court Mouse and war the SailrOad Depot, hernig a front
of 27X feeton Market stre t, extending , lack 210 feet to
a 20 feet street bathe rear, and nom rents at--$lOO per
Terms of solo - -one-half cash—the balance, 'lf desired
secured by mortgage, in yearly payments to suit pur
For farther %formation %vire of
JOHN S. DETWHILER,
Attorney-at-Law. Harrisburg, FL
Or BENJ. PARKA
Jol9-dta Parkvalc, Susquehanna county, Pa.
rpruE valuable property, corner of Second
11 and Pine streets, - being fifty-two and a half feet on Sa
cond and onehundred and sixty-eight feet on . Pine street,
running back two hundred and ten feet to Barbara alley,
there being spew for four full building lots, and a most de
sirable site-fora Governor'a Mansion• or public , buildings.
For mrticulars enquire of Mrs. MIIRRAT;" corner of &-
awl and Pine meta. ; Marsl-11
ONE of the best liitititirts for IRON
WORKS in the Slate for sale, at a very reasonable
price, to any pun:tomer who will improve It s situated with
in a short distance of the city of Harrisburg, between the
pennaylvaularailroad andauml, about live hundred feet
wide, and slough/AO the best limestone quarries in the
State and close to a good turnpike road; also. room for
waste cinders forilfty years, without paying for the land
Apply to . DAVID MOld.llA, Jr.,
Attorney-at-Law, No. 24 North Second street,
nuirte-dtf • Harrisburg, Pa,
[Philadelphia Press Wash three times end send bill to
NEW ufluoit STORE.
IMPORTANT .TO LANDLORDS AND
11 OTHERS The undersigned offers ;an. ferholesale, to
the trade, a choice let of the bPst liettors ever brought to
Harrisburg, viz: Fresch Broodier,' Holland sins, Scotch,
Irish, Daersbon, Whcot met .0 14 Age ; Foriert
And &wade Wines, such as Clunapstrat; Catawba,
efe Alt hitters Warrattted,%iifFrepressifret. - Landlords
Ond others will find it tothikadeatpio3 to ; on and ex
amine the assortment at the Wert on South Second
street. two'docin bekiur Obeetunt • • :;
V. 11441:, NOM 111DILIODI
fine and" eitenaiva idikrof Photo
.l graph' ind - Photograph thteil Pictures, we
have adt4a SgittfllFUL I?,NTELOPE tor the reception
of card pictirat. They linnet be seentuid Will be admired.
/ErPhotagrapbera supplied: at the_Yety lowan whole
age ploy mud soar card printed upon. Meal for 31 26 per
&mind, Whoiamaitiand retail: at '
may 24 fiCTIPTER'S ROOK STORK
'VINE TABLE . L. =A —4O boles tine table
'Az • oils of boa ingettions ter pee, -wholesale arid
bjr ERL9LER &
imooessprsto • - t,ZII/1%
QMOKED'BEFIR—A choiati loirof
aer's toriedWijust race ‘. A
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NEW Xo July 13