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Polinsylvania Rail Road !
SPRING TIME TABLE.
FM TRAINS - 1:411,Y TO AND FOUR
ON F ARO AFTER
MONDAY, May 16th, 1864,
THE Passenger Trains of the Pennsylvania
Railroad Company will depart from and arrive at Har
risburg and Philadelphia as follows:
THROUGH EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Harrisburg daily
at 2.45 A. at., and arrives at West Philadelphia at 6.65
. PAST LINE leaves Harrisburg daily (except Monday) et
6.00 A. ic , and. arrives at West Philadelphia at 10.10 A.
Passengers take breakfast at Lancaster. _ .
MOUNT JOY ACCOMMODATION, leaves Harrisburg at
7.20 A. Y. connects at Lancaster with Lancaster. accom
modation train, and and arrives at Wen Philadelphia at
12.25 r. a.
COLUMBIA ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, leavea Handl
burg at 12 20 P. a ; Columbta 1.65 P. a and. arrives at
Lancaster 2.30 e. ,;a.; connecting with Fast Mail east at,
'..Lancaster for Pialade/phia, and arrives at West Philadel
phia at 5.30 P.m..
MAIL TRAIN leaves Harrisburg at 1.20 r. x. ; Lancaster
• at 2.41 I. tr., and arrives at Wsst Philadelphia at 6.30 P. la
HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, via Comm
bia, leaves Harrisburg at 5.25 P. re., And arrives at West
Philadelphia at 10.60 P. a
BALTIMORE EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Harrisburg dally
(except Monday) at 2.10 A. at ; Altoona, 7.35 A. M., take
breakfast, and arrives at Pittsburg at 12.30 P. N.
PHILADELPHIA EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Harrisbin
daily at 2.10 d.M.'; Altoona-at 8.20 A. at, take breakfut,
And arrives at Pittsburg at 1..00 r.
MAIL TRAIN leaves Harrisburg at 1,30 P. ar. ; Altoona
at 7.15 P. X. take supper, and arrives at Pittsburg at 12.30
EMT LINE leaves Harrisburg at 3.50' P. PC ; Altoona at
8.86,5, n., take supper, and arrives at Pittsburg 'at 1.00
MOUNT JOY ACCOMMODATION leaves Lancaster 'at
9.30 a. at., arrives atliarriabarg at 11.101. M.
lIARRISBLTRG ACCOMMODATION TRAIN leaves West
Philadelphia at 245 P. 7c, and arrives at Harrisburg at 8.10
MOUNT JOY ACCOMMODATION No. A . leaves Litiicas
ter at d .25 P. M. connecting there with Harrisburg Agooni
ritodation West 'leaves Mount Soy . at 7.00 p, N. and arrives
at Harrisburg at 8.20 P. at.
SAMUEL D. YOUNG,
Supt. Middle Div. Penn'a.A.
Elarriabtrg; May 13, 1334.-dif
sumpirat . TIME TABLE.
THREE TRAINS DAILY
ao AND 'rams.
BAL TIMOR E
Connections made with trains on Pennsylvania Itailmed,
to and from Pittsburg and the West.
THREE TRAINS DAILY to and from the North and
West Branch Susquehanna, Elmira, and all of Northern ,
QN and after MONDAY, MAY 16th, 1864,
the Passenger Trains of the Northern Central
Railway will arrive ;at and depart from Harrisburg and
Baltimore as rbllows, viz:
IFAIL TRAIN leaves Sunbury daily (except
Sunda .y). ... .....
u leaves Harrliburg.. ........ 120."?.
arrives at Baltimore.. 5 4tly.'rs
EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Sunbury daily (except
Sunday) 1L45 P. M.%
. " leaves Harrisburg (except
Monday) ...bp A. .t
arrives at Baltimore daily
(except Monday) . 7.00 A. K.
'HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION'Icartir Hat'
burg ' • •.. 7.00 A. IL
SUNBURY ACCOMMODATION loaves Sun. - 7 .
bury daily (except Sun
day) 'at 7.30 a. x
NO,, T,H WARD.
MAIL !MAIN leaves Baltimore daily. (except
• Sunday) - 9.20 a. a.
6, , leaves Harrisburg L 35 P. N.
arrives at. Sunbury - 4.05 Y.' AL
EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Baltimore daily 9.30 P.. 121.
drives at, Harrisburg 1.60 A. x.
66 leaves Harrisburg daily (ex- " "
mpt Monday) • • .
6, arrives at Sunbury
HARRD3FIURG ACCOMMODATION leaves
timore daily (except Sun-
day)... % - 3.00 P.' X.
6 , arrives at Harrisburg • •750 P. IL.
SUNBURY ACCOMMODATION leaves Harrit ,
burg daily (except sunday)
at . 400P. x.
For further Information apply at.he Office, in Pennsyl.
vanla Railroad Depot. T. N. DoBARRY,
Harrisburg, May 16, 1854. -dtf Gen. Supt.
NEW AIR JANE ROUTE.
rIIBEIG TRAINS DAILY TO NEW YOIU
AND. - .
! • : .11 1 11111.1.4ADE.LPHIA..
ON AND AFTER MONDAY, liov,eolbez
lath, 1863, the PaasengerTraine will leave the.Phila,
delpnla and Reading Railroad Depot, at Harrisbuig tbr
New York and Philadelphia, as. follows, viz : ,1
, , EAST,WARD. , ,
EXPRESS LINE leaves Harrisburg at 6.30 A. az., on as.
rival of the Pennsylvania Railroad Express Train from the
West, arriving in New York at L 45 .L. X. A sleeping ear
a attached to the train, through from Pittsbiirg without
• MAIL TRAIN: leaves Harrisburg at 8.00 A . N.,
n New York at 5.30 v. at., and Philadelphia itt.1.15.04.: 1.14,,
~,.. PAST LIME leaves Harrisburg at 2.00 P. tr. , ,itztvntg in
. ear York at 10.25 v. at and Phi l adelphia at 100 104 --
-- - -
a. FAST LINZ leaves New York at 6.00 A. x , and
delphia at 8.15 A. IL, arriving at Harrisburg at 1.15 P.-
MAIL TRAIN leaves New York at 12.00 noon, And
• a d elphia at 3.30 P. X.,, Etl4v I n , g - 1,1 .Harrisburg at 6.20
EXPRESS TRAIN leike.S . cr . York at 700 P. M.,' ar
riving at ftrriparg,at 2.004.* rd., and connecting with the
PennffilviZaPress Truirilee 4 Pittsbarg. A eleepini ear.
is also attached to this train.
connaotiOne are made et Harrisburg with trains oni they
.ettallybittdl l l,. Nortbern Central and Cumberland Valley;
railroads,and,_at„lleading for Philadelphia, Pottsville,.
Wllirdabarre, 'Allentown, Easton, &o.
Baggage charted through. Fare between New York
and Harrisburg. $5 15 ; between Harrisburg and Philidel•
, his, $8 85 let,T o .l oars, and slt In 80. 2;.,,
For tieketa or other Information apply tcl
• . .4: Y.' Ca*
READING RAILROA n.
S U MMER AItRAN9-EMENT.
RE4g-,: ; , ssus.K. LINE;. :Mal T.11.F.a
NORM and,4ortnweit for Philadelphia, iitrar York,
. : i ing, Pottsvißei Lebanon, Allentown, .Freon, kn., &we
rains leave illarrisburg for Philadelphisq.New York,
Reading, Pottsville and all intermediate station, at 8.00
A. N., &Rd ZOO P. X
New York Expresir leritimirilintebitrg At 6.80 A. M.,
larrlytmg at New York at L4BB the same' day. - . ",.. -,
Accommodation Passenger WO leaved Read'
Az at, 7,1,5 A. it. , and mama foam Narriatanat 6 ii. n.-
•• l az a a. i:mat Harrisburg: ; To Nett York 116.16-; te,Phila
delploll,6ll 30 11 0 $2 au. Baggage Oher. ' kektlirough.
Rat,,D.l,l4lty New York at 6A. n. ;18 np 4 o„ , and I
1 ,..,:aiT t, 7 .resit arriving at Harrisburg a1.6,.,t. 11.) i
Leairn ' pi; 8 16./i. a., and WO P., /a,,, 1,,, 1
stooping ~,,,ia . ghkßew YAM. Itcprev zrotizuhthrensit
to and froni"Pittebio.pithout change. ~, .. .. ,
pmaarlara,hy.theatairiasa Railroad le4;:iiiiiiiciii:it"
~ .._K .; _a nd 2 . 104. if, for Philadelphia,-New York,.
'lad ilklysT 0 4141 - • ...'"11:2, ',....,'' '.-
.. r,..... - ; 7 ; 1
,Traina leave Pottaviul. at. i.16,/...n., and 2.30 YOn.i, for '
plBadelphla; Hairiebuigino,Now York. 7 •
Au Acoononodation Pmieu i n ,' M. R6 40 11 2'F 4-
14104- ... and.Aor;.rni from Philadelphia 5,w p. jyr.
tir" the l i nt JEATALEOI I 3IBIIY.O. 4 IIMIay ozeapt i i ;
_, Tete 4 ) ottWlht t 7 . l !Sl!!:; l A, , a‘d.Plitt;
• , ikti l iaat 16 P.' IL - - ' ' - - • -
4 "- . tdiettainfige,SEClAMl ' lla tCbtriksl:leketi Ai
A - tided kiwi tolibd from all wine&
ba rr uttcnT 2 to eaoh - perogc ---- i L., i
'i • . ~...: - _. ' t.- .i - qi11.. 81 1..=.v.x,
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idrFour Ithes or lesi co te iy
, - . , • iines,ormore than tbur'constftute a:
... ~..' Sim A oacrequass.
,-----_:, Pl'i-'4"Kka,';•79- )*--74,4---7-f , _ --
' -Anode _
._ $ 80. ona.!
'No' ye 60' oda - )
CC,.• . ''• IF, '-. Z.: : . 75 nueeil
A t • , . - _ ;_,
. 1 -,-, ,
.' ... . One week 2,5 One wt,
„ 1 One month 300 One mt.
~I 4113 3> - -.., --•- . •
... .”. L.:. . . .." •: . " - -..."..7:: .' ; ._.. • Two months 450 • Two: m
-- --- ' ' '
.. . • -.-• -; . • - .71 r , •1--' -, -•,.• t Three =sibs 550 nooks
" "c% 131 x mouths 800. Six mei
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Administray -, Nr-
1864. - 1864
Philadelphia and Erie Rail-
HTS,great line traverses the Northern'and
Noithwestcounties of Pennsylvania to the city of
Erie, on Lake Erie. • ' • •
• It has beenlessed by the resnmsrivarria Ransoan Com
rer(i, and under their auspices is being rapidly opened
throughont Its entire lengt_ b.
It is now in 'use ' for Passenger and Freight blueness
frourlfarrisburg to Et. ILsry's (216 miles) on the Eastern
Ditisioo, , etui from Shriftleid to ri aCM roues) on the
Western biviidon. .
TlifintlF PABSENGEWTILMNEI AT lIAREL9BURG.
MaliTriiin L2O P. N.
EwprestiTaTin. "'2.60 A. a.
• • Leave Northward . : "
MaillTrain . ..L36 r.
Cars in through WITHOUT eIIANGH both ways on these
train's'- between Philadelphia and Malt , Keit; and le
iweeri Italtimore and Lock Raven.
Elegant Sleeping cars on Express trains both ways be
Williamsport and Baltimore, and Williamsport and
For infrirmattoii respecting Passenger business apply at
the S. E. Corner:llitt and Market, streets. -
And for Freight Marineau of the. Company's Agents:
S. B Kingston, Jr.., cornea 13th ancl , llarket streets,
Philadelphia. ' ' *.
J. W. Reynelds, Feb.o • • • •
J. S. Drill; Agent K. C. E. R, Baltimore.
IL li. HQUSTQN, •
Get4erd Freight Aped, P/ill'a.
LEWIS L HOUPT,
• •i, ~al Ticket:Agent Mira.
my2o-dly] amend . Manager, ITgliamaport.
CUMBER LAND VALLEY
FR A N,K
CNGE OP HOURS.—On and after Mon
. 7 April 4tb, 1864 ,. Passenger trains will run
daily, as follewa,(Bundays excepted:)
.PO CHAAMMODITEG AND HARDSEEITIRG:
, .., . .
.11..1..; P. MI
Leave Etageres Gin...—. , ' . 7.00 2.44
.. Greeneratle 7.87 8.85
Arrive at 8.14 4:20
, Leave as 8.80 12.55.
Leave Shipp ensburg '' ' . 9.00 149
" Newvine • 9.82. 2.00
g'. Carlisle 665 10.10 2.42
" Mechanicsburg 25 10 42. : 3.12
Arrive at Harrlebarg • 66 s. 11:15 &40
FOR CNAN.EiRDSBURGO AND lIAGEZISVIVN:,
' '' • ' 'l' ' A. IL P. $l.. - r.n.
Leave Harrisburg ... ' 805 1.82 4'20
" Mechanicsburg 8.47 2.15 4.5.1
" Carlisle . , '!. : - • ' 8.27 2.'55 5.29
"Norville ..... , •,_ ' ' • 4,-30.22, .3.28 --
" Ppensliurg . ~. ...:. D.ss 4.00 :
Cliarob4sbnrg, 1 A/ l iVe . at- 11.00 4.30
I.eaTe at • .11.10 4.40
Leave Greecastle ' .11.56 5.80
Arrive at Hagerstown 12.80 6.10
Jar Making don connections at Harrisburg with trains
for Philadelphill ; New York and Pittsburg; and with
rains for all pe,i n ts w el d,
aw-The Trrin leaVing 'Harrisbarg - at .4.213, P. id. , ru neo
knaly oktir at Oarlide. . 0. N. LlnL, Silt
R. 3.o o o.aj:Chamberskturo, 44).r1L4, 19844 7
0 "S OR : I 1O• I
PISOOVERED AT LAST
COMPOUNDED FROIrEOOTS, BARKS J,I , U) LEAVES.
CHSROICEBIA IWMZOY,. thegteat Wien Diuritic,
cures all diseases of tlie urinary organs, such as Inceenti,
=O4 RP, the .9 : (nos ,Ifiltammation of the Bladder, Itidsset•
matia r 4i. Ki dneys, Stone in .the Bladder, Stricture,
Graiel; Greet,.. dosindrhea, and is eepeciaily recommended
in these caw 4i nicer Alba: (or Whites in females) where
all The old ISCWSEOUT medicines have Aged.
ifir It is prepared in a itighly concentrated form, the
dose only being from suite Awe teasponfhla three times
alt A. it
. 5.63 A. Y.
Alijr• la diuretto imd alterative in its action; purifying
mtd dearosing the blood, cattail* it to few in all of its
oiigiwal purity and vigori thus removing , from theiyatem
n4Josninitals causes whieh have induced disease.
91 1 ELROKEE DIJECIION is Intended as an ally or amidst
ant to the I:IHEROICEE ,REMEDY and should be used in
coujunetion with.that medifte is.alL.naSea of - Golngrrhsts,
Ghee, :Palo? 4.72ws or Whites Xta egeota, are healing,
aeetkieg and dessulangT removing an ticaldina heat,
ohcirdee and pain, instead of the burning and almost • un
endurable pain that is' experienced . : with hearly all the ,
'drop isseelfi ' 2 . .. V L ' •
' Sir BY tfie use of the ' C 111111011317. itItYIEDY ,and
CHEROKEE IlkLlEOTlON—thetwo moileittedit tie tame
time—all improper dischmgea are ramrod, and the week
ened organ' are speedily reamed to fon vigor and
iireilgth. , • ; ' . .
.11-For Nit partieuhns Ipit der pamphlet from any
drug store itt the oowttry, or wire ant i and we will mail
free, to any address, a full treatise. :
- OBEN:MEE REMEDY, $2 per bottle, -or
three bottles for $5 :
ea.:Prlde CHEROKEE,: .INJECTION, per.botti! . or
three bottles for $6. • •
#B,.Serit by exiire7o to any addresit on receipt of.
- . '
a ' . :-•SolS:t.q.,ol iiiti4ists oVetywitere.
.' Imi. 7 - -; ii,.. xrdtititi & co., . i
• I. : : )- , ::.--, ..:, i . Solo Noprieteirsi
marlo-eodly No. 69 Liberty street, New .Yeik.
ROOTS,,balta AND LEAVES.,
da unfaa#4o,chm for Sperrudorrkga t Seminel ,Weak
ran, •Arecsinissit .Emissiasse.and marline= Nand . y self-
What:cm; Such ad Aagg of gliogy,. Universal Lassfludel
Paini in the Deal, LiaMiess i of neon, Primaritos Old Ape
WeakA r aiilrrTOirfif )ifreafidnic TrealinA Tradfia -
Des)o449tu on the Face, ,Vale ins sip,
COMwmptio' and all the Direful complaints c a noed by do'
Pvlitalffele,Fie.Paqiflf 'whir& • ,
siri•Thie.measie iS a 'simple vegetable extritet, and one
n which all manly, as it has been used in our practiee
for many years, with' thousands treated; it has not
tailed tali:sane° instance. lit ennattve powerihemsbeen
nufllisient to. gain victory over the moatstubborn elk
lo those magi have trifled . their ecauditution,
Until theyihinkibemselves beyond the reach of medical
id, we wbulirissiskissil:tii Osumi= Cinsn will
-ramose Tow IQ heitli4444, .SC's 5 61°
, CP#OOl4.. ric eiio;ar any Oros
Utengl2w - a 'write tho"l'itirlettif , who will
titt 4 arising stile th
y one d the same, e_ yin!
slirPrices s2 ; wlbOtle * or * three bottles for ss * ons
forwarded by. tottrffilsib itII pile of Aoworyl.
•.• 1 1 a_LDR. Wvit COX
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"THE UNION—NOW AND FO REV ER :"----Webster.
HARRTURG, PL, THURSDAY EVENING, JULY 21, 1864.
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Remember the place ' SILAS WARD, No. 12 Third
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TWENTY-SIX FIRST PREMIUMS,
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ONLY GOLD MSDAL (ever won.hy instruments of this
ohsi) •ludebeen - airarded to
MASON HAMLIN'S INSTRUMENTS.
A full assortment of these instruments always on hand
at • W. Ir.NOCHF2B, Sole Agent,
je4-2taily] 93 Market street.
NEW 'MUSIC FOR -SABBATH ''SCHOOLS,
Sabbath School Trumpet,
A COLLECTION OP
Hymns and Tunes, • Chants and Anthems
A.TPENDEO TO Wnrou IS
JUVENILE . CANTAT A,
"THE ORIGIN OF THESEASONS t P '
W.. 0. Et. H. - .S: PERKINS. .;
SPECIMEN copies of this new work will be
sent post paid on receipt of 25 cents. Special at.
teution is directed to the "Trumpet' as being a collec
tion of Music particularly Suited to tho young, and one
that cannot fail to be generally adopted: . The Cantata is
is one of the most attractive that basbetwipnblished. . It
is easily presented, and for this reason wilt beoome.popu
lar in all Sabbath,Schoels as soon as introduced.
Price: Inboards. 3D; paper, "25. Just published by
Oliver Dltson &Co., 277 Washington street, Smola For
sale by J. R GOULD, Philadelphia • ~jys-to
0111 M :Ai hi (.1 Mo 0 *AI izig
T. F. WATSON.,
41.41V777.4102% 71Z11, '
PITTOWEITTILIGr,‘ Etiv., • '
S PREPARED to tarnish end float the ex
oriorr of Buildings with !the MASTIC CEMENT, on •
new system. This material i is entirely, different from all
other cements used 'heretofore, and LS the' only reliable,
iinperishable coating for Outtede Mixed with pro
per proportions of pure Linseed lilt Wiens:us slaw, Ibiza;
ble adhesiveness to Brick or Stone Walla, tasking -a beau
tiful, fine water proof surface.and finish equal to Brown
Stone or any color desired. . •
• Among others for whom I Mire applied the - Mastic Ce
ment, I referto tho followlnggentlemen:
•3. Bisseil do reaidence, Penn st reet , Pittsburg. j Z. w r d i w •
J. IL Shoenbergar residence, Lawreneaville.
A. Hammier, " • '
James ircandleso, •". Allegheny city.
Calvin Adams, , Third street, Pittsburg
James Wood, owner St. Charles Hotel, "
William Vohel, Girard House,
Barr & Moser, architects Dispatch Buildings,
John B. Cu; residence, Front street, Harrisburg, Pa.
A. J. Jones, ic ,I 4 -
Please address '' ' • " 'T. I'. WATSON, .
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feblB-dem or, Penna. Hones, .Tilarrisbarg, Pa.
M 9 FA DD_EIVS MARBLE YARD
CORNER OF WALNUT AND FIFTH STRITETS t
Wundersigned haying opened a Marble
ird In this city, beg leave to Inform their friends
and the public in general, that they are prepated to fur
MARBLE WORK OF.EVERY DESCRIPTION
' Head Stones;
And House Work in Marble 10,ndBrown'Stone
Give us a call aadwe will guarsustec satlefactta.
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01HE citizens of the city. of Harrriebtlig are
1 hereby notified that. the ordinance, entitled. "an or
dinance to prevent mischief from dogs," passed February
6, 1861, will be strictly:enforced. Attention is eveciallk
directed to sections 4th,'sth and:6th, to wit: •
Sac. 4. That every dog going at Large within the limits
of the said city, from the twentieth day of .May until the
twentieth day of ! September,.in each and everi year,
shall have securely put on a good. strong, substantial and
safe wire basket muzzle, inclomug ;the .whole mouth of
said dog, so as effectually to prevent-him frombiting and
Sao. & That any ; aitd every person owning' a'dog and
permitting it to run at Mtge Without complying With the
fourth section of this erdinance • ski/W . IM liable tio a fine
of not leer than one dollar, no ri", Ore awl two..d9liars,
with costs, at the discretion. oflthe Mayor; . an d in the
event. of the said Constable not' being able to 'find the
owner of the dog so . fifttning at.huge,i he, or some pasha
employed by him, shall mire atdd:bury . sold nog,
for which servierviaa .-or the .person ,perfoniiing tho.ser
mice shall receive the.agm,of one dollar, to be'pzi4d'Ont of;
the city treasurY.
Sic. 6. That every ddkrolng at large Within: Um Minns
of skid city, shall hare around it* neek,.aralk times, a
collar of metal or a collar of leather with a metal plats,
on which metal collar orplate shall be inscribed the name
of the &inter at suclvity, and any and everrperson own
ing a dol. and it to ran afiarge, without com
plying with the requisitio_ns of this section, shall be liable
to a tine - of one dollar folrevery offence; and further, it 12
hereby made , the`dinner the Police Constable or a
person employed byltitn,l , to take up • every dog se tun
fling at large in ttiolation of this section, and unless the
said fine is paid by . the Owner thereof, on demand, the
acid oillser is , .herebyarithorized and required to kill. the
dogor cause it - MU' killed and buried; for which Sertices
he shall be allowed one dollar out of the city treasury.
Jys • A. . L ROUMFORT, Mayor.
YETBRAIS -TO THE F10E 1 1 1 1.460. BOUNTY.
TTHEPhi's&'Obis "Citi2eias' Volunteer
Substitute Committee" is engaged in ..recruiting
veterans and aliens not liable to draft. Veterans oati nbw
enlist under theism:sit advantageous conditions and, while
assisting "their country at this crisis, can seem ample
provision for their families during their absence.
By applying to :this osoinuilttee r they will be muktorod
into the service as substitutes,: They can select any
Pennsylvania regiment, and will receive on the - cTay of
Six hundred and'Ofty dollars in cash, •
without, any ileduction for commission or brokerage, ise .
sides the Malty' offered' by the Government.
Veterans! the country looks to you to uphold her flag
against the advancing armies of rebellion.
Daniel Steinmetz; Ottair'lo:john:ThemPlom,
J. G. Rosengarten,.Tres4eg, r Clement It Penrose,' •
J. J. Clark Hare, • - ifetiry C. Lee,
Office of the Committee, No. 422, Walnut street, Phil's
,19 144 . 2 X .• •
INSUR - ANCECOMP*OF NORTH AMERICA;
No 239 Within* Strict, South Side, least al
, :Third Street, Philadelphia.
AMOUNT OF. Assmrs: .......... Amos 60
.CAPITA` ...., • ' • $500,K10
Marine, liire and Inbnid Transportation In
CHARLES ELAw rotary.
!oaten' Agent-for Pennsylvania.
Skip Walnut St, near Second , Hari.',thug, Pa,
pi • - 9m •
' 'Stearn Weekly to'JAVerpgol: ""
. . .
ITIOUCHING afQtrEEINSTOION, (Cork Har
i. bor.) The well known Steaming of the Liverpool, '
Near York and Philadelphia Steamship', Coinpanio, are in
tended to ead airfollowg:
City of Baltittiore, liatarday,.Joly 16; Etoa, Saturday,
July 28;" Edinburgh, Saturday; July 30, and every sue,
t•etiing-RaturtlaYi at Nheiii from. Pier 44, North River.
••..t RATES OF PASSAGE, -
rAyAins nr GOLD, or. l'l eqcrrenerne m CUE CT.
FIRST GAM $5O 00 STEERAGE §0 00
do to London .•55 00 de to London...—. $
do to Paris . .". .. ... 98 it do to Paris .- 40 00
do to Hamburg— .90 00 sier to Hamburg.-A. '37 00
, Amager@ also forward to, .Havre, Bremen, Rotter
darts,;Antererp, &c., at equally low rates
-Fares tram Liyerpool or itiesinstown: lot Cabin, $75,
$854: $105... Steerage, $55. :Those who wish to send for
their friends can buy tickets here.dt these ratan.
•• For fustier infnrmationnpplY at the Company's Mika
JOAN G. DALE, Agent, 15 'Broadway, N. Y, or C. 0
ZIMMERMAN, Harristing. rt2341.1y
PALM LEAF HAIR TOP MATTEASSES.
Plain Leaf Cotton Top liattraasea
'Patent gpring Slat Bode. • •
Feather Pillows and Holster!
Cotton Comforts and Spreads.
Willow -Work Stands.
• Carpet camp swirs.
. • : ". Door Rosa, carpet Haseack.s.
Nature, &c. &
.. , Iron Bed-ateds, latest
N. R."Sofai, Loungei . Push:
frames repaired .. Hair.
ailitu.s onec!elbaus andldact.,`
order. - - Mo.il. l * Market stree Pnin:/ i atrromeo Undo to
jelBdim Market —-= %, lATX4b4rg., Pa.
Millinery and raneyilloods.
..111:BBS, at No: 8 Market s,'
next door to FelixteConferitionery keepsoonAue. • t
ly on head the hitest dyke of. Bonnets, Hata, Ruches,.
Flowers, Ribbons, ha, together with a Einsassortment or
Drams Trimming, lAim, EipbT r oiderioil, Caws, Cuffs;
Handkereliela, Hosiery, Glover and 'Variety Goode in
All the Wert Denim ef. Wass Patterns pea from the
New York Bass= Dress Cloak making neatly exe
cuted. Thankful for themtronage bestowed since her
opening, she 'trusts; •by 'trice 'attention tb ; business and
her endeavors to give gensitileatisfactnm, to continue to
receive a shine of the public patronage , jyi dam
A G-0013 "CMAIN . CI .
rrtEE-stibscriber wishing tki,iotiie - Trom
noes. lila sell orit hte entire steck, 'consulting or
Dry Gribas„Ricate,Shbes;•Griioeries,•Hoidery; &to, all well
Idotted and deatr ablo for present .trade-,-BOUGHT
BURR THE ADVANOX, ; , , • •• - -
,Also, will sell Of
,„Honse On easy tir*, To an
enterprising noel or arm thle is a good opportunity to go,
into businesk„ It ; pleasant locaillon— good :bllslnees'
doing now and could be easily increased. • ;
iY r , Ridge R,oan,
MUM -FOR -.YOUNG LADIES, No. 1530 Arch
Mawr. Rev.OILIRLES - A:sigra, D. D., E. ELARENCE
AMITE; A; •If PrlnCiPilk - '
Ninth. Teal, Thinealapirtmentm , .Frimary,..Acadenuc;
and Collegiate. Full college : wise • in. Clutuns, Mathe
matics; higher English And Hanna' Solabejak those
who graduate. ModeruLmiganges; Music, hinting and
-Elocution by the. titatp lmultiit , 'lvo °Oradea:apply as
the Institute, or addraillClE4llll. P. FhileatelPtdir
. 2 • • ip20.610
V AT 101.11gMDS. - , —By a speChd smut/emelt
with one of the beat enema! ilk .the henatfY, cads .4
qty . desqlptiod will be wonted, in, the highest style . Of
donforntablirWri. th • the Latent rabbi_ ~or • ant supplied
Proniptly, - atiover Medi are.elarged bY the Otatiqnt
eke in New ',rotor For.santplee and prime
.adl at a 1100.1 f.. STORit
_• .• .
B ASKETS, BASKETS, in great variety at
AC• - Succese9ra to W. Pock, Jr., &
LEA & PEWEE'S WORCESTER SAUCES,
the moat popular and thepureat, ever aimed to the
Public, just received and for sale by, -
MMER & FRAZER,
yucceic!ors to Wm. Dock, jr, & Co.
4 E.ByTiOlOtit64-- - 4 4 ilaigii?eeftongues,
cured by J./1.• Thohoner & Co., and for sale by
1011 - afictessors to yr. Dock. r.z,
A NEW invoice of VitCbCparlt celebrated
Jap. Hama Just reciant tlasnicalawit
' - - • ' Eariamar. & Flt ER,
Je29 • fteeoiam,to W. DOCIE, Jr:, & Co.
i,A r ine rot o r-carbrED.
*wit Absic trilinMOA
' 6; idestonsibli* 'E
_ PRICE TWO CENTS.
r,y.011,;. - 1D.111,4tt
5,C 1 i 4431 fOr Peqi.t.utet"lati, an C -1
' diiiii. iiir Detteitstd.Pfeilltsyb • ritilia
130.diitra: ;dud Staillikrs- t . - • - .... _: i
The following is the :plan submitted to ^(h*.
Curtin, by. lion.. Thomas; 4..Burrowes, .for
the education of...deaf:ante orphan children of
deceased Pennsylvania• soldiers. and sailors::
L Of _ the persons. 0 . 11 1g 18 4.: 1 . 0 -the , ! )4 9 t fit 1) 1*
These gill be; "children of 'either Set. tindi.r
the ago of fifteen,• resident is PeanitYlvania at
the:time of the applicatiOn, .antil.tlePentlelft
.upon either, public or private charity tor
port, or on the exertions of a mother or other
peizion•lestitate of means to afforit firinzer
education and maintenance-of Mantra t who.
have:been killed, or died of Rounds received,
or of disease contracted in the service of - the.
UnitSd States, whether in volunteer or • mili
tia regiinents of this State, or in. the. regt4r
Army or Naval service of the.. United , States,
but who were at -theo-time of entering such
service, actin'. bona tide -re Mesta of Penh-
IL Of, admission le the benfAs of the 44
This will be by application . by the mOth4r,
ff living,'Or if not by the gtiardian or next
friend, in the forts prescribed by the Superin
tendent of orphans,' setting. forth the zunde,
age, place of nativity and present residenbe
of the . child, with the extent - of 6131:Ration,
the name of the father and of - his regiment
or vessel, his rank and the manner and . time
of his death—accompanied by anaffidayit to,
the facts set forth—tO be presented; to the
Common Sihool Directors of the district in
which the orphan resides, .for approval or
disapproval according to.the facts of the case,
and, if disapproved, to be returnedwith m i p a
statement of , the reasons therefor, but if -
provedlb be So certified by the President and
Secretazy and transmitted to the Superintend
ing Committee of the proper coanty, , by
whom it shall be transmitted. to the SuPerta
tendent of Orphans, with s uch suggestions'.
and remarks as shall'enable him to make the
proper dielksition of thevase; and wlien,tp
proi,ed by him; an.order to be issued Whim.
for admission to such school as he ahallat
signate: Orphans under six years or itge to e
placed in such nearest institution for them re
juvenile class as Wily be proper for and 1.1
admit them - on'terras to be arranged by the
SuperizitendAnWand those alzove that age-to
be sent to the more advanced schools here
after described--but in both cases regard to
be had, As'far as possible, to the religious de
nomination or faith of their parents. ''-' 1
.I_ll. Of the • kind cf Education rand Afaizec
nance: , .. . - 3 / 4
The .Orphans . will be clad in a neat plain
uniform dress, according to sex, and supplied
with conifortable lodgings, a sufficiency lof
wholesorae food, find proper attendance when
sick—they will be ,physically developed—the
boys by military drill or_Egramialo .training
according to age, and the girls by ealeatheale
and,other t s lON qxerdiM—they_ytelltie, ha
bituated:AO,' , and the use WWI! wane
at sohtiol by the 9atiOtif; household -and. do
meatic pursuits and mechanical and horticul
tural employments, suitablesto the respective
sexes—they.will receive a,,full course of,. intel
lectual culture in the ordinary branches of a
useful English education—having espedial
reference to fandamentalprinciples and. 6-
deal retiults—and'they willbe carefully ' • ed
in moral and religious principles—the tette as
nearly approached'as may be to the Atiokyn
denominational preference of the parents.t.
IV. Of the schools to be employed unfler!the
Acti " ',' ' --: :
For the orphans-under sin rears of age suit
able institutions, in any part of the:lb:tate,
that will receive them on
_proper terms and
afford them fitting training, and maintenarfce,
will be employed, and they will be plabed
therein till arrival-At the age of six years,
For the'OtPliank ifier arc years of age; &Le .
school will be selected when practicable in
'each of the twelve Normal School Districth,
of sufficient capacity to accommodate all the
orphans of that age in the proper district, and
having the neoeasary appliance. to; mpart the
physical, industrial, intellectual and m 4 ral
training,, necessary to render them intelli nt
citizens and useful members of society ; at
if 'one such 'institution cannot be secured in
each district, 'i‘siiffieierit number Of a Smaller
class will be acCepteilHptiferrirfg'sueh as will
admit the largest number of Orphans and af
ford the best undnietiakand accommodations
—thee compensation m each case to be such
AS sitillltave been 'previetisly agreed onbe
tWeen 'the Institution anti the Superintendent,
having referenele as well!tea Seasonable econ
omy as to a just remuneration for the services
rendered; and to- be paid
. auarterly on 'the.
rendition dr filtalid' sufficient accounts And
youshese—'elothing; books medicatatbind-
Brice to be supplied. by the State orthe.sevbial
institutions Be the' Superintendent shall t de
cide; and g 4 O'OfirrithtS for:lW education and
. maintenance 'cif - OrPhairs to , f4rs):litioAelfor such
causes and after such notice awsliall'be there
iignecified. ''- ~ . z.) „cc.% •-,,..
''•V. Of the eontiorq the Ihpheehe in the ith6dts. , '
The details of Education and Miditteruiriee
will be in the hartarfir - the - Principal of each
BON:ft:subject to,thwregWations adopted by
th - e'ShperlittendifigVelfnitteert'ffach school
will keep a record-ef all applications for ap--
prentices or emplopps fronit, amongst its" Or
phen. piipils ; - bUt lecie"sliall` be 'bound _or
otherwise pal OurtOlaagemployment, without
his or her own ipplication and that of the
&Arent, guardian or next friend, and the con
credence of 'the - Stiperintenffing Cornmitteeof
the proper county:- All contracts of approx.,
ticeship or for employment to be, as snob as
legal *ill pe-obtained.therefori he
twyeß, Superintendents and Master 'or Item
pinriva, an d taro a seservatiOn..of iroyes to
annul the .con§ler in case qt - fia*.ilti: the.
part of the piaster or eniPleyer"*:folfdall the
stipulations. kid the Superintend 'will
keep, a record.of.P49,PaPN master, term
and residence of each apprentice Or employee
thus sent from schools.,
VL fhebrig Imo cif command under the
Act : • _ ,
This is bellefed. CO be sufficient to Com
nienee this trtnrine, jiat.andiefitricotiennder- -
taking, hut the plari ildtv-receamunided can
not be kept long enough lit operation *lmo
duce any runiful,.results, unless sufficient rid
diOna he made to it' by the ptiblic. authori
ties or private. liberality; or''brfigeneies
similar to that wbielv trade the` ttatJ , liberal
d'ona'tion. - '' It' iii hoped that thisWellbe -done,.
and that the undertaking will be continued,
tri f t
till all Oilr:degtitisWSoldierri' Orphans ha 2
be phie‘lf'f&il oontifilinktiiiiieet the ' of
lifeoorratrequaL foOting with the childr wet
thgserg9F;lTti • their, fq,/,:iers .40 4 / 1 , r. ..-.
. - Alt ofko.MPO4RlPifffq
Auditor's Notice!. 160
Funeral Notioeseachinsertion..,.. . ....... 5 0
A-Business notions inserted-1i tke lead Cbitries, or
before Marriages and . Death; Munn OnNra nor an for
will be se N9ll by the Axiclitor,,General, in the
nEnal teatitieri ts-k • •
VII. Of the"Adm,ioistration of the Trust wt
der the Act:
The School Dir64Clo IMAM tO. be the piper
board first to receive and scrutinize the ap
plication for admission; representing as they
do every part of the district; one :niemlitoi at
least, will be cognizant of the facts of each
case,' and their action can tags pkite aLieir
regular meetings without anradditional labor
to themselves 'and . to:the great convenience
of the applicants. ,
The Superintending" 6itrallittea'of' each
county will consist of 3;:5; or 7, according to
circumstances be composed of both sexes,
arid . will be appointed, with the appratat of
.the Governor. It willreceive the applicatipn,
and transmit it with such remarks and expla
nations isefed, fir the-Superintend
ent, and will also period_ically visit thaschool
in its county or district containing Soldiers'
Grphans' and make report-of its Atkindition
and of such matters As. may po RFn9tive of
The Superintendent .will perform
in this plan specified r - as well as such others
as its full and successful operation shall ren
der necessary and proper EsPecially he will
visit the schools in which the Orphinii - are
placed; as often as consistentwith ..bis wither
duties.- ' and, as the business of the • trftstwill,
except, that of visitation, be mainly trans-act
ed by written"correspondence, rio'nfildefiCed,
for the present at least, be establitliiitt at 'Har
risburg. All communications will :Itherefore
be addressed to him at Lancaster.. ; _ „.
THO. H. BUTtHOWtg';
Supt. - ejorAht4.
LANCASTER, PA., &me 29,;•1864::=r.1•;.-a.=
NOTlCE.—Schools of the higher, class...find
institutions for the more juvemle'p l tiOili, in
any part of the State, desirious- of accepting
Orphans for education and maintenance under
the foregoing _act and plan ot . proceeding
under it, will please at once make that fact
known to the SuPerintendentstithig the
number each can admit, the time when they
can be received, and the compensation ..per
pupil per annum demanded ; with such other
particulars as the planomill auggeg...
A form of khe application for. admission and
other. instructions, and such •Stitieiiiitduding
Othninittee as shall then be appointid,
be published in the August number: of this
Prof. James Thompson, fonwly of.pitts
burg, a gentleman well qualified forl.b.e Work,
has been selected to act as clerk and assist in
this noble undertaking—which . will require
much effort at the commencement. - .
liarvaid College Ctiromerice
anent:• - .• •
At . the Harvard College coramenOsple*, to
day, the degree of Doctor of Lairs , was Mass. on Reuben Atwater Chapman; of Mass.;
Wm. Pitt Fessenden, of Maine; CharleaVran
cis Adams, of Mass.; Edwaid-Laboulaye, of
The following received, the. degme of Mas
ter of Arts: Wm. Phillips, Tilden of Boston;
Frederick L. Olmstead, of Califikia4 troteph
A. Page, of Boston; Hall T. Bigelow; of
Cumberland; William Hunt, of E. 400131!, , and
George N. Eaton, of Baltimore., ..A.lnortgst
the graduates who received" ilie ' degree of
Bachelor of Arts uts Robert . IrodauTAAJoln,
son of President Lincobi. Edward,' Eyerett
was selected to deliver .a course.ofjocAgres on
international affairs during the enSuang aca
demical year at Cie, law' .Vdhool. - Eferett
made a very earnest and elocithit address in
honor of the late Josiah Quincy; resolutions
regarding whom were iinarliynously adopted.
Markets by TelegraViii.
"r • PIMADELPHIA, JuIyr EO.
The breadstuff utarket. is , quiet , I?ut tirni•
The sales to-day - reach only a few hundred bbis,
chiefly for home consuniptiCin, at' $8 for con
demned; $9 50 for superfnie; 75a10 50
for extras; $llOl2 for-common afid:; choice
extra family. Rye flour and . corn Raid are
scarce and no transactions in either have beeu
reported. Wheat comes foiWardriather more
freely, and prices are unsettled; about- 1500
bushels common to prime red sold at i s,2 63
®2 65, and 1000 bushels bandsomeneyf,south
ren at $2 70; nothing doing . in - Rye
is' scarce; if here would brit g41,1.T0® , 1 75.
There is but little' corn here; abort k 2,500
bushels yellow were ~solff fressr at
$1 70. Oats are steady; sales ofV", 0 bush
els Penna. at 92C; 'and' 1600 - - barley
malt sold at $2. The provision inarkbtis in
active, but prices generally are:nnohanged.
The. slack of qrkercitiom bark is light and. first
No. 1 is worth $5O per ton.. Whiilor is fir
mer, small Sales of Penna. bbls. - at - sl7s;thds.
at same figUre;' western is held-higher; In
petroleum butlittle doing. --
•• - • - • • '-• Yank, July 20.
--Flour is quiet ; sides of 9,000 bbisoif $lO 80
osll..for State, $11411: rifar 7... •.* and
$l2 75®13 25 for Sputhcp, i • ot,, dull;
Sides of .1;000 bus. "rit'iibltTriat •ditions.
'Corn. bas advanced UAW - *bite; .4Mb , of 3,-
050 bus. at $l. 60®1 6241.1;...8eef qukk,.. :Rork
firm at. $4103559.4.44 nyA4a..•
- -:3 , 49.1d; steady at
194®tedc. .7i,VAtsky fi4t :75M6f. - Gold
• . New York . tiFtoksk
_ - NEW YQ 3 4 l gO-1.4E. 2 CL
Stocks dull; Chicago ; and 11pck-I4nd, 108;
Iltinois • CentralLl:2 l 3l; NriChigiin - SOUtr6rh 82;
Heading; 131; CatitOn - Contratny,-'33feßichi
gan. Central, 132; - Ohioago and:No*Noilstern,
434; Cumberland Pr.eferredi
IQe ; York
Central, 133; Hudson Kiver, i4,-tii ) tt ,
CleVeland and Pittsbtirg, 106 i; ; 160;
One Year Certificates, - 92i; .5120 edifpionis, 104;
do. registered 103; Coupon 641402,*iAregis
lewd, 1024. • :.ft
tear: "M af
- • • Pwsrairomicssa;auly.2o.
Stooks dull ;.Perolszlitsnia Cs - , 3 101,t; Head
ing railroad 661; Moms ,eanal.,Bs; •.tiOriglsland
46; PrinnaYlirtnia - rafirciad 731. eiFOkfuito on
New York Dar.
- - A—P. TEUPSERi „c
T - E - Ak:P HT' C •
RaMence: Thwitreet;:etwti4licittic , I,oths.tr
'OTS for Jozi el) d and
• Bra-strata linteliiWilriAClANdr EN. "
WNW, , ,„ 1,0
,d 9 Wt I,oml
to ma aquAss...... ,
---- T. - 1 00
reek 2 26
north ....i t ,. 600
.n.M4iff - 0
Year..:1%,;:.4 - 45 0