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pennsyrvailia Rail , .Itori4
SPRING TIME TABLE.
FIVE TRAINS DAILY TO AND FOUR
ON &ND AMA
MONDAY, May Nth, 1864,
rflllE Passenger Trains of the Pennsylvania
1. Railroad Company will depart from and aTrivo at liar.
rlsOurg and Philadelphia as follows: !
THROUGH EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Harrisburg daily
at 2.45 A. M.. and arrives at West Philadelphistat 6.55 A. M.
FAST LINE leaves Harrisburg daily (except Holiday) at
6.00 a. Et., and arrives at West Philadelphia at 10.10
Passengers take breakfast at Lancaster.
MOUNT JOY ACCOMMODATION, (eaves Ilarrisburg aD
7.20 a. a., connects at Lancaster willajameaster, mom.
modation train, and and. arrives at West Philadelphia at
CoLUMBIA ACCOMMODATION TRAIN. leaves Harris- •
burg at 12 20 P. a.; Columbia 1.55 r. m.; and arrives at
Lancaster 2.30 P. u.; connecting with Fast Mall east at
I.aucaster for Philadelphia, and arrives at West,Philadel
phis at 5.30 P.M.
TRAIN leaves Harrisburg at 1.20 e. AL; Laneaster
at 2.47 P a., and arrives et mast Philadelphia at 5.30 r.
HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, eta Colum
bia, leaves Harrisburg at 5.25 r. a., and Knives at West
Philadelphia at 10.50 P. is.
BALTIMORE EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Hanisburg daily
(except Monday) at 2.10 A. m.; Altoona, 7.35 A. ta., take
breakfast, and arrives at Pittsburg at 12.30 P. at.
PHILADELPHIA EXPRESS TRAIN leaves :Harrisburg
daily at 3.10 A.m.; Altoona at 8.20 A. m., take breakfast,.
and arrives at Pittsburg at 1.00 e.
MAIL TRAIN leaves Harrisburg at 1.30 e. at. Altoona
at 7.15 P. at., take supper, and arrives at Plttsburgit 12.80
FAST LINE b
8.35 e. take supper, and arrives at Pittsburg , at, 1.00
MOUNT JOY ACCOMMODATION leaves Lineaster at
9.30 a. K., arrives at Harrisburg at 11.10 e. N.
HARRISBURG ACCOMMOUATIoN TRAIN leaves West
Philadelphia at 2.45 P. it., and arrives at Harrisburg at 8.10
MOUNT JOY ACCOMMODATION No. 2, leaves Isom&
ter at 6.25 P. at. , connecting thrre with Harrisburg Accom
modation West leaves Mount Joy at 7,00 e, at, and arrives
at Harrisburg ai 8.20 r. as,
SAMUEL D. YOUNG,
Supt. Middle Div. &wed R. R.
Sexy sbu r 2. May 18. 1864.-dtf
Piortnern Central Railway
SUMMER mina TABLE.
THREE TRAINS DAIXAY •
To AND mom
wAsitiriGTON :IC 1 T Y..
Connections made with trains ea Peassylvaniit Raftread,
to and from Pittsburg and the West.
THREE TRAINS DAILY to and from the North and
West Branch Susquehanna, Elmiatt, and all of Northern
ON and after MONDAY, MAY 16th, 1864,
the Passenger Trains of the Northerki Central
Railway will arrive at and depart from Harrisburg and
Baltimore as follows, viz:
HAIL TRAIN leaves Sunbury daily (except
leaves Harrisburg., ..... ..
arrives at Baltimore
FiX:PRESS TRAIN leaves Sunbury daily (except
Sunday) • 1L46 P. M.
leaves Harrisburg (eXcept
Monday) 2.50 A. N.
arrives at Baltimore daily
(except Monday) . 7.00 a. N.
HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION leaves Hai*.
SUNBURY ACCOMMODATION leaves Sun
bury daily (except Sun
ItAlf., TRAIN leaves Baltimore daily (except
Sunday) 9.20 A. Y.
leaves Harri5burg.........:....1.35 e. N.
arrives at Sunbury 4.05 P. K.
EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Baltimore dai1y...... 0.30 WM.
" arrives at Harrisburg„,...... 1.50 A. X
" leaves Harrisburg daily (ex. '
arrives at Sunbury
HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION leaves Bal.
timore daily (except Sun.
day) t.OO P. M.
arrives at Harrisburg '7.60 r. K.
SUNBURY ACCOMMODATION leaves Harris.
burg d ally (except Sunday) ;
at 400 P.
For further information apply at the Office, in Pennsyt
vania Railroad Depot J. N. fit - BARRY,
Harrisburg, May 16, 1864. 41t1 Geri. Supt.
NEW AIR LINE ROUTE.
Yus►:f ►oLNi~[~hF~Ui~lf►rt►)rlo►:'i(Ut 1
ON AND AFTER MONDAY,. Novenibei
16th, 1963, the Passenger Trains will leave the Phila.
dolpnla and 'Reading Railroad Depot, at Harrieburg, for
New York and Philadelphia, as follow; viz
EASTWARD. • •
EXPRESS LINE leaves Harrisburg at 8.304. 1., on ar-
rival of the Pennsylvania Railroad Express Trainifrom the
West, arriving In Now York at L 45 a. M. A sleeping car
is attached to the train through from Pittsburg, without
MAIL TRAIN leaves 'Harrisburg at 8.00 ..Lrst., arriving
In New York at 5.30 P. u., and Philadelphia at 150
PAST I.LNIE leaves Harrisburg at 2.00 P. et., arriving la
New York at 10.25 r a., and Philadelphia at 7.00. P. M.
PAST LINE leaves New York at 6.00 a. N. * and Phila
delphia at p. 15 a ac, arriving at Harrisburg -at I.IS
MAIL TRAIN leaves New York at 12. , 00 noon, and
Philadelphia at 8.30 Y. IL, arriving at Harrisburg at 8.20
P. it. • •
EXPRESS TRAIN leaves New York at 7.00 r. x., ar
riving at Harrisburg at 2.00 A. a., and Connectingwith the
Pennsylvania Express Train for Pittsburg. A sleeping oar
is also attached to this train.
Connections are made at Harrisburg with trains on the
Pennsylvania, Northern Central and Cumberland Valley
railroads, and at Reading for Philadelphia, Pottsville,
Wilkebbarre, Allentown, Easton, &o. .
Baggage chocked through. Pe between New York
and Harrisburg, $5 15 ; between Harrisburg and
phia, $3 36 in No. I can, and Sa in No. 2.
Fur tickets or other information apply to
J. J. CLYDE,
Ilonorie A pont. R.rriaimeir
SU MMER ARRA.NG,EIq.ENT.
aREAT TRUNK. LINE FROM THE
...A MATH and Northwest for Ybiladelpiliii, New York,
Readiug, Pottsville, Lebanon, Allentown,lardou,Ara.,&e.
Trains leave Harrisburg for Philadelphia 'ear York.
Belding, Nusville and all intermediate stai N lons, at 8.00
N., and 2.00 r. R.
New York Express leaves Harrisburg at 8.30 A.
Arriving at New York at L 45 the satne day, . .
A special Accommodation Passenger train leaves Read
ng at 7.15 A. st., anu returns from Harrisburg at 5 P. N.
Fares from Harrisburg; To Note York, $6 lb; to Phila
delphia $3 35 and $2 80. Baggage citebkett through.
Returning, Leave New York 'at aoon. and 7
(Pittsburg Express arriving at llartithurtat 2 A. x.. 1
Leave Philadelphia at 815 a., Elld )130 E. EL
Sleeping care in the New York klpre4Trjdne, through
to and from Pittsburg Without change ;
Passengers by the Catawaisa Railroad' leave Tamaqua
at 8.50 A. la, and 2.10 r. N., for Philadelphia, New York,
and all way points.
Trains leave Pottsville at 9.15 a. la , and 2.30 r. N., fbir
Plailadelplaia, Harrisburg anit.XoW.Nork.
an - LoodikuiliTatlim Passenger train Leaves Reading at
8.00 and returns from Philailelpbiaat axe p. N .
Sir the above trains reattlsl,Y, &Trill tempted.
A Sunday train leaves Pottaillle at 1.60 and Phil.
adelphla at 8.16 t. it.
Commutation, Mileage, Season and'itirontillan tickets at
remind rates to and from all Doints t ,e ; ,.
Prude baggage 'Wowed to each
May 2, I.BB4—d&wtt
-Er 'GEORGE BEBRFER.
Philadelphia and Erie kali-
• .‘ • Road... • •
Tgrpfititrie traverses the Northern and
- 1 Northwest Counties of Pennsylvania to the city of
Erie, on Lake Erie.
It has been leased by the Pinunivivama Ramose Core
yawl, and under their auspices .is being rapidly opened
throughout its entire length.
It is now in use for Passenger and Freight business
from'Harrisburg to St. Mary's (218 tulles) °RAIN Eastern
Division, and from Sheffield. to Erie (78 toilets) on the
Western Division. • .
TIME OF PASSENGER TRAINS AT fiettRISBURG.
Mail Train T . 1 28 P. IL
Empress Train , • , ... 26e A. Y.
mall trainl 3i r. Bt.
Express Train - alb A. ii.
Cara run through wrrsoo'r ouisos both ways' oh these
trains between Philadelphia and -Lode. Hayes, and. be
tween Baltimore and Leek Haven; .
Elegant Sleeping cam on Express trains both ways be
tween Williamsport and Baltimore, and Williamsport and
For information respecting Fassenger basiness apply at
the S. E. Corner 11th and Markel streeta.
And for Freight basineiss of the Compnny's Agents:
S. B. 'Kingston, Jr , corner 13th aid Market streets,
J. W. Reynolds, Eds.
J. X. D 2114 Agent R. C. R. R., Baltimore,
B. H. HOUSTON,
- Gessonsi Freight...49W, Phil's.
LEWIS L. WIRT;
General Ticket 444 , ./ItTo.
• JOS. D. POTTS,
my2S-dlyl General Moreover, Walfeittaitort.
at 3.50 r. ; Altoona at
HANGE OF HOURS.n- mid :titer' Mon..
v.• oy, • April 4th, 1.864, Paseeogtottitesti#l , *ill nit
daily, ait h ollows , (Sendaye ercepted:l-„ fr l,. 9 , , ''
FOR 0114.1173E14488A4 .4.1V1) aiLigßiAgrlßM
a. me lii. , ii
Leave Hageeeeheent ••' .......: ....... 7.00 '2.46
" Greencaat1e......„..'...... 7.87 .3.34
. • -'.) - , / Aiii+osit:..:.; ' ' 2.11 Ale
Leave st. 4 • • • &SO Mit.
Leave ShlOpenehgrg : #[...... .. ... . , 9.00 L2B
" Neervtile 'r...... • ' 9.32 2.90
" . Carlisle ....kW 10.10 142
". Meobaniestuirg :-
*. 426 10 42 3 l?'
Arrive at Hiuriaburg 3 . . 6.55 11.13 3.41 A
iOR - CIJAIIDERBI3I7RG AND HAGORSPOWN: - • '
. . . ' i. 11. tIL P. ii.
Leave. Harrisburg .....* 4.06 1.32 .4 20
' Mechanicsburg .. s . +9 ' 8.47 , p. 15 4.64
" ' Virlisle 9.27 2.64 5.20
." Nermille ......./ 4, , ....tele ale -
" Shipperisburg ~......11133 4.00
f anive !at:: ~ .. ......11.06 430
1L00fkr44.. , ..;,...3,..., , ,:,,4460.34.0
LeaVe Oreauiistie .... .
.Arriverive at thigerstottri. 4l :..,........ it .. ...,.12.34 6.10
• - ifir UsAbairclisas caniiiosibus at Harrisburg isitri tirtinr
ter Plabuialpblo,,--New Tusli. suit Ptaibetv; sad with - ,
rainsTO airpobite West I
siertie Tsala lairrlag Harrisburg at 4.20 r. it., inns
only as far aaCarlisla, 0. N. bum art s .'.
11.,H.:0111be,,,.MillieRiboirg, April 4, 136447 : , -
10.25 A. Y.
1.20 P. IL
5 40 r. g
GLAD NEWS FOE; THE UNFORTUNATE
7.00 A. N.
1.30 A. X
COMPOUNDED FROM. ROOTS, BIRKS AND LEAVES.
CIIBBOSEA'S RigiuDr, thiareat „Indian 'Diuretic
cum all diseases of the urinary organs ; such as Inconti
news of the Urine, Inflammation of the Bladder, initarn
'nation of the Kidn..na, Stone in the Bladder, Stricture,'
Greed, Glee?, Gtonnoraush, a n Ur ; eapxially,recommended
in thew caws qtVisor SWIM"
. *Thites in females) Where
all the al.:loan:eons oneAsimes haw Irwaed.
' fire It is prepared in a bight, concentrated form, the
dose only Oeing from otee to two tooopeonfule throe times
per day..'. •
1.15 A. Y.
b. 53 A. X
Sir It is diuretic and alterative in Its a6tiiiii; purifying
and cleansing the bloat, marring it to ftow t- in all of its
original purity and vigor; thus removing from the system
idt perulciocie causes wh ie lt have induced disease.
CHEROKEE INJECTION is intended as an ally or assist
ant to the CHEROKEE BEKEDY and should be used in
conjunction with that sat dicine,in all cases of GonotrAsa,
(lime, Flaw Alban or Whites. Its effects are healing,
soothing and dennikent ; removing all scalding, beat,
ebonies and , pain, install of the burning sad almost
endurablepain that is spaperfenoed with nearly . all the
ha- By - the use of the CHEROKEE REMEDY and
CHEROKEE HifECTIORT—the two medicinest the same
time—all iMproper ills:barges ariremoved, and the weak
elled organs re speedily ;restored to full vigor and
WFor full partidulsrs, get our pamphlet frsm auy
drug store in the county, or write us, and we will mall
hue, to any address, a tidt treatise.
Price, CHEROKKE REMEDY, $2 per bottle, or
three bottles' for $5. • '
in- Price CHEROKEE; INIECtiON, $3 per bottle' Or
three tiottliti for $5.
*R.Sont by express to any add on receipt of
In mita/tint curs for SpernirOwikut, Mania/ Weak
nett, Nocturnal Assissitint, *ad ald thwarts ettimsd by asif•
pollution; mob as Lou of Newry, truivornoi Lawn s&
Pains iss the Back, Dimness of nfliary' Premature Old Ate.
• .Witak Nelms, Difficulty of Breathing, nernininp, Wakefet•
ir..M. , ritions on CM Pace, Pale Countstiesce, insanity,
-emmunPtion, and a ll the Dirsful amtplaints .
bk du ;
'parting front the path of nature. . •
sirrhis medicine is a simple vegetable eatriet, andfne
is whim, all can rely, as has been used in our practice
for many years, and with thousands treated,. it has not
Pad is a single inatignm Its curative powers have bean
dui/Weld to gain victory over the meet stubborn maw •
Sit - To those who hive trifled wife itistr amditation,
mad they think themselves beyond the reach of medics!
wouliisay, Aelmir not / diktat:mum Coaa will
•muiin you. to uoullkauka vigor, sad CUM an quack duo
.4nu have Ansa $
Ap-For to pertleidant, get a Cirsniar. front any Drug
'Lore 4 1 0.44 4:4 1 44 1 0, or : Writ& Melt eyries/10qm will
man free to any,p , A. desiring .the awe, a falkiellob*P...o l
gar- fiioes Mt imbolileicer; thilbb baniel4lo I 6; and
forwarded by MIMI le ill parts of Maul*
Arnold by all respectable dnip,gists evesywhisiss.
DR. W. R. KERWIN &
marlgoltdl7 Na 14/ Liberty street, New York.
RAtI II 4175.
Flt 'N 1i 14
R. A L .. it c, 11
.A. D 81.
DISCOVEMED AT LAST.
wiL.Sol9 by all drumxiMly everywhom
• DE. W...II...MERVVITC&.OII,'
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marl.r.odly, ' No. 5111..1bettp sitp, gew York.
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OREMYR - P , Ft 013itE.
• Dl•Litklst IffpIC.EFE,
• cow;,- D 4 my!,
ROOT'S, BARKS .015.1.2.AVE5.
"THE lINIONL—NOW AND FoßEVE.R."—Waster.
HARRISBURG, PA, SATURDAY -EVENING, JULY 16, 1864.
IS THE VITAL PRINCIPLE OF THE PINE TREE,
Obtained by a peculiar process in the dis
tillation of the tar, by which its highest med
ical properties are retained.
nave you a Gough ? Have you Sore Throat?
Have you any of the premonitory symptoms
of that most fatal disease; Oonsomption
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 has destroyed more of the
human family than any other diseark, 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 "Wishart's Pine Tree Tar Cor
Many, not only, of the people, lint , physi-
Owes of every school and practice, are daily
asking:me, "What is the principleor cause oi•
yoar,success in the treatment •of Pulmonary
qmsuraptiail?" My answer is this: • • 1,-
The invigorationof , ther digestive organn'r
the strengtheningtof :the debilitated system—
the purkticution and enrichment of the blood..
must espel.from the system the corruption
which tmatifiaa breeds. - While this is effected
by the . ...powerful alterative (changing . from
disease to health) properties of the Tar. Cor- ,
dial, its healing and renovatingprinciple is
also acting upon the irritited surfaces of: the
lungs. and t.U.oatopenetra'ting to each dis
eitsed part, relieving pain, subduing in Amminao
tion, and restoring a healthful tendency. Let
this two-f Old., power,,.the healing and the
strengthening, continue to act in - conjunction
with Nature's constant recuperative tendency,
and the . patient is saved, it he has not too
1 01 4 delayed a resort to the means of cure.
I ask all- to read the following-,certificates.
.They are trolls men and women' bf iniques-
Itionable worth and reputation: ' -
Da. lifisitant--Dear heal _ a very
dreadful cough and sore throat for ; .,ppl3 year,
and:my whole system : was fast giving.yay, and
was proiltrated on my bed with but little
hope of recovering. Hy disease baffled the
power of all medicines, and in a short time I
must have gone to my grave,, but thank; Clod,
my daughter-in-law would not rest until she
went to your storf3, No. 10 N. Second street,
and related my case to yon, purchased one
bottle of your Pine Tree Tar Cordial and I
commenced to use it, and in oneweek I was
much better, and after using three - bottles I
em perfectly well, and a wonder to all my
friends, for they all pronounced me past cure.
Publish my case if you think proper.
No. 1321 Wylie street, Philadelphia.
Dr. Wishart's Pine Tree Tar Cordial is an
infalliable cure for Bronchitis, Bleeding of
the Lunga, Sore Throat and Breast, lifflanuna
don of the Lungs.
Mr. WAsn says:
Ds. Wisimiur-Sir:—l had Bronchitis, In
flammalfori of the Lungs, Shortneasef i ßreatii,
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, I was
restored to perfect health. You can, give re
ferenda to my house, No. 968 N. Second street ~
or at tciy office of Receiver of. Taxes, • from 9
a. at. to 2 P. sf., corner of Chestnut and Sixth
streets; JOHN WARD.
Read the following fromAltimi . -
Du. W/SELTZ—.Dear Sir:-4 take, pleasure
in informing you through this source that
your Pine Tree Tar Cordial, which was recom
mended'for my daughter by Dr. J. A..ffall, of
this city, has cured her of a cough of? more
than fye' months' standing. I had
'her beyond cure, and had employed,the best
of medical aid without any bent*. •can
cheerllilly recommend it to the public
and siere remedy for, those similarly, afflicted,
as I know of many other cases besides that of
my daughter that it has entirely cured - of long
standing coughs.> Yours respectfully,
JOHN 4. V. PARREA,AignerreaskArtist.
' "r - • ' 126 1 Giutigae41 Street, Utica, N. Y.
* * * • :—I have used Dr. Wishart's
.Pine Trepsl:aPordial u} -my, &man - PO ca
vordikty keit/rata:M . (lqt ael a valuable Iliad safe
medicine for colds, coughs and to thoso; pre
disposed to consumption. ' '
Dr. G. A. FOSTER. 160 Genessee street,
• Utica, New York.
The Above are a few among . the thouslands.
which this great remedy has saved from an
We have thousands of letters . from physi.
oians and druggists who have , prescribed and
sold the Tar Cordial, saying that they. have
never used or sold a medicine which gave
such universal satitifkOtiori.
The TarCordild, when taken in contention
with Dr. Wishart's Dyspepsia Pills, is an in:
fallible cure for Dyspepsia.
' • The Prtin TnEn Ten Conrui4. will cure
Coughs, Sore Throat and. Breast, Bronchitis,
Asthma, Whooping Cough, Diptheria, and iE
also an excellent remedy for diseases of the
kidneys and female complaints. • •
BEWJ►RE OF COIINTER FEI
Ttrogennine hen the name or the proprietor and a pint
tree blown in the bottle, All °thorn are -.pylori* fullut-
PS= Fart Cans Ind Oss Doi tes:per Bqrsis Pr
Wed oPIY b7.o ,ol . ll,, Prieftr. 7).: 4 -
Dr. t. Q. C.. Wishart, .
No. 10 North Second Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
Bold by Druggists everzobere, as Wholesale VT all Phlla.
&Wit and New Yott D igtlb maslo47
SKIRMISHING GOING ON.
THE REBELS FIRE ON OUR STEAMERS.
SHERIDAN ON ANOTHER RAID.
WASHINGTON, July 15
• An arrival from City point to-day, reports
that there has been considerable skirmishing
during several days past along our lines. The
rebels yesterdaY morning fired upon the
steamers George Weems and United States,
from a field batteg near Wilson's landing.
The formerhad a portion bf her stern knock
ed off, and three shot passed through the
Sheridan has gone on another raid.
From New York.
Henderson Committed for Trial.
THE FIRE IN BROOKLYN.
IMMENSE 14 43 14.
Nzw Your, July 15
Commissioner Osborne, this aiternoon gave
his decisien.laelding Isaac Henderson, late
navy agent,'lor trial, and committing him to
await the action. of the grand jury.
The lire in Brooklyn originated •itO.aome
wool just arrived f.om Chili, in the brig . cal
son and 091.ena, and which been left' on the
pier td.be ;taken to Jackson .and woodiuffs
Amongst the property destroyed was that.
vessel,,valued at $45,000, bark Lewis, with a
cargo 'of nitrate of soda with
bark Cubana, valued at 530,000— w ere some
what injured.. T e buildings were valued at
*15.000. The sugar and molaiises were owned
by Roche & tiothers, and the coffee Was val
ued at $75,100:
beventeqi hundred . tons of guano, ielonging
to the PeruVian governMent, were Also des;
troyed. This was valued at two hundred and
forty "thousand dollars. The nitrate_ of soda
was. owned by Tabbey- Chanbey of New
York, and was worth $200,000
The total loss,is over seven hundred ..thou
A large number of explosions occurred,
from. the presence of two handfed and forty
.thopssnd dollars' worth of. saltpetre In the
buildings. , The fire continued until nothing
was left tO 'destroy Two or three people
were slightly injured.
THE INVASION Of MARYLAND-.
A Raiding PArty Reported in York Connty, Pa.
CONTINUED RETREAT OF THE MAIN BODY.
BALTIMORE, July 15.
The rebels are still reported to be in this
vicinity. A dispatch received here this morn
ing states that five hundred of the raiders
were at Glen Rock, York county, Pa., yester
day. [Glen ;Rook is Men miles south of
The people of Western Maryland are, of
course, alarmed, and it may be that •the im
agination conceits a fabulous number. The
Provost Marshal- has been notified of the
movement. - -
The men detailed to repair the severallele
graphs returned to this city late last evening,
and this morning they report the roads as-al
most impassable from the quantity of cattle,
horses, wagon trains, &c., seeking home again
from their late flight.
TheTequisition requiring parties leaving the
city to provide themselves with passes has
The rebels have got away and they crossed
the Potomac in.the following order:
Mosby, at Vie head of six or seven hundred
of his cavalry, crossed into Virginia at Rouse's
Ferry. Breckinridge crossed his command at
three places—Edwards' Ferry, White!s Ford
and. Point of Rocks.
About 1,500 of the rebel cavalry crossed at
Walker's Ford,, and some 2,000 of them in the
afternoon'of the 13th. The rebels had every
ford protected with artillery, and they" de
parted in high glee. The head of their re
treating column moved towards Ashby'si Gap.
Our forces are in close pursuit of the rebels.
From our want of cavalry, it is feared our
efforts will prove fruitless. •
Gen. Gilimore was thrown from . his horse
at Rockville, Md., and badly injured. It is
feared he will not be able'to take the field
acmin•fot some time.
a g ain
al , and has been cleared, out of a good
many secessionists, 'who, fearing retaliation
for their open sympathy and ' with
the traitors, enlisted under their kinsman
leader. Bradley Johnson got quite a number
of recruits at his old home in Frederick.
Rebel Itaid•on Maine Antiel
Gunboats to be Sent to Castine
The Commerciai Advertiser publishes a dis
patch from Washington that Gov. Cony, of
Maine, has telegraphed to the President to
send twolunboats to Castine and Eastport as
a rebel raid is expecred from New Brunswick,
on our frontier.
The President has telegraphed to New York
to dispatch the vessels immediately.
New York Stock Mark. to.
Naw Tom. July 15.
Stocks irregular ; Chicago and Rock Island
1094 ; Cumberland preferred 614 ;
Central scrip 128; Michigan Southern 1821;
New York Central 1334 ;'Reading 1324 ; Mud
sonßivet , 12.7; - Canton Company' 354 ; Ml'
soon OW Efiell3l; Chicago JiAttincyll29;
Michigan Central 1334 ; ClivißandA pitts
burg 1071; Pittsburg & Fort Wayne 1.1.3;
Chicago & Southwestern 51; Norwich railroad
116; one year certificates 944; coupon 1881
102 4; 5-60's 1034.
THE WOUNDED AT tIED:ERICK.
Part of AverilPs Cavalry at That
Farminos Crxr,:July l via
• . Ozterrairaso, , July 15.
The wounded haya.,been brought irom fo
nocacy to 'thlS:place, and are now in the Gov
ernment hospital. The exadt number of
them, is not yet'aseartained, but theytwillpro
bahly reach eight hundred in rill, th€ majori
ty,of whom are rebel wounded. ~ .• 1
The delegates of the Criristian Co mission
are' here with hospital storee,' cloth' g, none
ishments and stimulants, all of w ch are
much needed by the wounded." Mr. Gideon
Bentz, a Union citizen of this place, as fur
nished the Commission ' s, delegates ith ac
commodations for themselves and their stores.
At Gettysburg the delegates were firnished
with, transportation to this city by iti G. M'-
Creary, Esq., of this„place. They ldso re
ceived considerable, accession to their stores.
The railroad between Gettysburg, and this
place is not yet in running order. '
Frederick City was- well drained iby thd
rebels, 'and many of it citizens tardly
robbed even after the raiders had seceived
their levy of two hundred thousand d liars.
A number of Averill's cavalry were in the
city last night, and are here yet.
General Sheignan Acrosi the
Reported Large Capture of itebel
Clzurierrooloa; Ju y
The work goes bravely 0n... Visoffiecat ad
vices have reached thiapilythat, a large. pro
portion of, Shernian's forces have sue, -ssfully
crossed the Chattahoochee, and that lit least
two thousand ' Hardee's • corps have been
gobbled by the great flanker. Indeed c l u rtunor
sets the figures at not less than five th sand ;
but; as we never deal in sensations, We place
them at two thousand.
Johnson is still "drawing" Skerinan. ' He
will soon have him in Atlanta. Johnston is
good on "draw ;" but. judging from tin) books
at P. M. General's office, he is losing great
many "chips." • ,
It is with sincere regret that we• leain that
Col, Frank Sherman, Chief of Gen. Ihiward's
Staff, is prisoner.,. CoL Sherman is from
Chicago, and is as Well , and favorably- known
as any man inithellorthwest: '
CArrarlooo,t, July lli-L-Thn-rebels buried
the railroad bridge, _ and. also the oeimmon
road bridge across. the Chattaliooclael river,
yesterday morning. ,
Gen. Sbermanhas crossed the - rivet above
- and below the bridgeii, and effected a becnre
lodgment on the south bank. .
'The rebels have abandoned their btrong
fortifications on Chattahoocbee Eflighte, com
manding the bridge, being again effectually
flanked: It.is uncertain in what diteCtion
they have gone. .
Gar communications are in a favorable con
dition. No rebel cavalry . axe near the road in
• ST. Jam, julA 15.
The steamer Caledonia from Gbigsgow,"bn
the 6th inst., passed Cape Race at -5 crolock
this,A. m., nctund. for New York. Her news is
three days later,but is .uniraportant.
'The Emßerornlid EMpress of France were
to leave Same glean . the - 7th - respectively
for Nicky and St.-Cloud.- -
Rumors ; were afloat that the confellerate
steamer Florida was ,waiving outside of .Cher
bourg, for tile RearsarP,9. ,
The Swedish squadron is ordered to sea.
The steamer Olympus had arrived out, and
the Qanadian mail steamer from Quebqe ar
rived at Moville, below Londonderry, 'of thq
6th inst. • -
Regulations for: Recruiting iti
Rebeidom for the =Lopt! States.
. • Weenisuxou, July . 15 -
Regulations for negro . recruiting in rebel
StateS, for loyal kitates, has been issued.
It is provided that 'recruiting agents must
have's letter of appointment front the State
Executive: The particular fie.d of a State-in
which each agent is to operate is to be Speci
fied in the letter of appoip,tmeqt.
Experience `has`should 'that' these agents
should-not be paid tor each recruit, but they
should'' have a fixed' compensation for :their
services, otherwise fraudulent practices may
lie resorted to for the pecumaryibenetit•of the
agent; io the great prejudice of the State and
military service. - All recruiting 'agent! will
be subject to the idles .aticleS i war,
and it is Made- the duty of 'the leen"-
mending officer of the army departhient
or district in which recruiting agents operate
and• of commanding officers of-rendeivous to
order back to his' State, or arrest and held for
trial as he may deem best, any recruiting
agents whoilhaß commit frauds upon the Gov
ernment, or recruits 'or who shall violate the
inst r uctions issued to govern this recruitment
or be guilty of any offence against military
No matt kali be recruited :who IS already
in the military sartice as a soldier, tearnster,
laboror, l guide, etc:-, or, who,is so eniployed by
the military autho urea meto be of importance
to military operations.
Recruits proctiilni accordance with the
act quoted, milk deliTered.by the recruit
ing agents at one of the following named ren
NEW You, duly 15
. Camp Casey, Washington, D. C., fornort.ll
- Va. •
Camp near Portraits Monrne, Va., for south
east Virginia. - -
Camp at Nentein,.N. 0., for Nor* Caro
Camp at Jfilton Head, B. C., for Booth Car
°lint and ,
Camp at Nashville. Tenn., for Georgia and
When mustered at the rendezvous, it shall
be the duty of the United States °Meer there,
PEA-, , TWO -GENTS.
ARRIVAL OF THE CALED9NIA.
The U.S' steamer Nragara was olaered
from Antwerp to Gherbotirg. -
The Germans are erecting.batteries opposite
the island of Inert., _
Vie fonnwintare tbe nateelto adverticlug to the/Ty-
GRAM Those having advertising to do will dud COD
yenten It'ipr reference. 7 "t• •
4 31'1Wir lined br lesi cchnstittite atm:half square. Eight
lines _crtnore than.fons-conittftuto equnre.
NOR A FLUX EQUAL POE ONE SQVARIE.
One day— - ' $ $O, One day:. ..... ....$ 60
Two days • - 'so' TWO 011y8 .. 100
Three days:=:. - ..... 76 Three days .. 1. 25
Onalretqc.;...- - .......•‘.:1 26 One week 2 26
One ROntg 300 One.nyan 45 .. 600
1" " Ww l m ..d... -,i 4- 01. 0 r e mount 900
ThithTdh bs 6 1 , 5 ' months.-- 11 00
Six 0100a01....4..:,..1..g.; 8 00 StX months 15 0
One year.. .. .. —l6 00 - One year
Admadeizat .. 4l4lcen - - 6126
• -.,- -...--- . .. ~ ... .• • .
Andligrtea mi ces ..-1
„Ifttnefit ....seesefftemertion' - n
sa-Buntneeenotlees_ ;warted In the Load Moon, or
before thrrtegleand ••Booth; nog Own PER Lon M _
to have the recruits promptly examined, and
if accepted, tO,have them 4rnmediately mus
tered into the United StAtee service, properly
provided for, and sent to or assigned to such
other•regimen'ts ge thelf may require
The aforesaid rendezvous are regarded as
militasy poste,and wilLbe coriduoted as such,
under the immediate order of the War De
partment., as issued through the Adjutant
Generars'office, but department and army
commanders are desired to exercise a super
vision over them as .coming within• the limits
of their departments and to make any reports
to this office concerning them which may be
deemed advisable. •
If it is desired to pritrany of the volunteer
recruits obtained under this act, into service
as substitutes, before after draft, they must
be sent without expense to the Government,
by the recruiting agent t o the district in
which the prifiCipal is enrolled, and there be
mustered in by the Provost Marshal, who
will issue the proper substitution papers.
It is made the duty of commanding officers
to afford to recruiting agent all such perci
lities as they can provide without detriment to
the the public:service, and to provent recruit
ing by unauthorized parties..
Items from Charleston.
The Charleston Courier of July l.st, 2d and
7th has these items : -
An offieer of the army, who reached thtecity
yesterday morning, brings the report that. on
last Sunday night, the Yankees made an at
tack, in launches, on Fort Johnston, in Char
leston harbor, and were defeated with great
loss in killed, wounded and .prisoners. We
captured five of theltoinch'es, 'containing the
commander of ,the tx.pedition mad one hun
dred and forty prisoners. •
Surgeonl. J. aim)lm, Vedical Purveyor at
Columbia, 132 - C.l'has requested. the papers to
ask contribiitions•of rose leaves from the la
dies of the Confederacy. 7 All.. the , blue pill
required for the army has been from last sum
mer's contributions, and the Diedcal Depart
ment would be again under obligations to the
ladies if they would assist in collecting them,
to be used in manufacturing medicines for our
StrArlE MATTERS FLF-
Tr NINTH DAT.—Thirty:to shots were fired
at the city during the twenty-fourthours end
ing 6 o'clock Friday, evening.. A: lively can
nonading between our bntteries on Sullivan s
and James Islands and batteries Gregg and
tooklolitee - c m - Friday morning, last
ing about two hours . Thifie s no change to
report in the fleet..
Foment OF June.—Monday next being the
Fourth of July no paper will be issued from
this office on Tuesday. Advertisers will take
The Courier of July 1, reports a list of five
wounded from our *honing Castle Pinkney,
the day previous.
Shernian in Front: of Atlanta
PEMUO:)fiIF. - Mtf4l., July 15.
.The Nashville National Union of July 13th
says Sherman has driven the rebel amp, and
has arrived in front of the fortifications of
Great Decline in Gold.
Nzw Yquk; July 15-1.30 P. n.
Gold is down to 230®235.
Nzw YOBS, July 15-9 P. N. 7r: Gold olosed
at 251. sib.;
NO EXCUSE FOR EXPLOSIONS
~~ : sy:ta~~,~.y~~~.~.~,,.~~~:~1~711YJ.~.,}.~
TS AN INFALLIBLE PROTECTIONagainst
explosion or burning of thci fines or boiler; as noth
ing can pr-vent it (if not tampered with) .tom giving im
mediate notice of lack of water in the boiler; In season to
put on a supply xyahout drawing the area. .Want of water
is the great source of so many sad Wastrughes which
have recently occurred.
We warrant this instrument to be a perfect in,qtranc
against snob conungenciea. Price $5O.
Fuu instructions as to the mode of applietatkm as well
as referetice , to most of the prominent manufacturers and
iron manors of the State using them , snot on application
D. . MDADD.tc. CO..
D. C. Ms®,
P EIOTOGrRA P
A LARGE assortment of Photographs of
Generals and fancy pictures for sale CifEAP, at $
por dozen, at SCHEFFEIVS BOOK STORE,
moo , IbrrlshaVa. Pa
MESB BRE P and DIESSTORK.-4: choir
article of Men Beet and Pork at
BIUSLER & FRAZER'
lane . finenestanartn'Vmikock, jr.. &
Itlattrasses S Spring-Beth Comforts ::
PALM LEAF. HAM TOP AIATTRASSES.
Plain Leaf Cotton Top, Mattrapee.
Corn Husk Mattrathea.
Patent elat k ßeda:
Feather Pillows and Bolsters.
Cotton Coinfortsand Spreads.
Ladles' Willow Work Stands.
Carpet ramp stools.
Door Rugs, Carpet Hassocks.
Iron tied-steds, latest pattern, .t.e.. rec.
N. R—Sofas, Lounges, Cushions, Chairs, and Nat
trams repaired. Hair and Spring,'ldattrasses made to
order. N 0.1.09 Ilarizet street, Harrisburg,
jelB-dim - J. T. BARNITZ,
INSURANCE COMPANY 'OF NORTH AMERICA,
No 1434 Walnut . Street, South Side, East et
Third Street, Philadelphia.
AMOUNT OF ASSETS . ..............
Marine, Fire and Inland; Transportation In-
ARMOR G. COFFIN, Pregifeat
CIELUG.ES PLAIT, Secretiry. 4
Central Agent !Or reilinsylvanta..
Office Walnut Si, near Second, intriebtr - g, Pa,
• my21,91n • .
VISITING., WEDDING, • TION
AMD ,AT.ROMB CARDII—By a special arrangement
with one of thq best engravers in the country, cards of
any description wilt be executed in the highest style of
art, conformable:Vß.li =the bitek , illkshion, and' supplied
p r omptly, at lower rings than are eitareed try the 6E241011-
ms In )fewnrorkarThAdelphia. For eareplea dad Wets
oall at, . 851U4113 5 3 , 480011C STORK
11311 - AMS! 114.118 1--A freak supplj of d•
litietiOaliatariar Hama and to•Aat twat at .
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str‘../ boinprixibi thoW, Caubliowet,
Mixed Maki% Gerl6na, Walwateasik:ChOssa.:ellar sale
wholesale ausUreutil by BRIMEERR a FRAZER,
myb i do ewoom to W Rook. Jr. , & Co
CHEESE—Choice new crop Cheese, just
received at 311391eR & FRA.72It,
jar Suceenore to W. Dock, Jr. , & Oe.