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MORKEN AND NMI:NG,
- 11 Y GEORGEWERGNER.
OFFICE TRIED BT, NEdit swirl= .
TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
Tax DAILY Tausis'An is served le anbacribers in the
city at 12 cents per week. Yearly aubscribers will be
charged $G 00 in advance. Those person: who neglect to
pay is advance will be charged $7 00.
Tait Trai 92 : olll3 418,4ptiblished weekly, and is famished
o subecribers at the tbUbivh3g cash rates
Single copies, weekly
Three, copies to one Post Office
Ten copies to one Poet Office
Pennsylvania Rail Road !
SPRING TIME TABLE.
FIVE TRAINS. DAILY TO AND FOUR
ON AND AMR
MONDAY, Hay 16th, 1864,
THE Passenger Trains of the Pennsylvania
Railroad Company will depart from and arrive at Har-
Manual and Philadelphia as follows:
THROUGH EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Harrisbuig daily
at 2.46 a. a., and arrives at West Philadelphia at 6,65 a.
FAST LINE loaves Harrisburg daily (except Holiday) at
6.00 A. tr., and arrives at West fluladelphia at 10.10 A.
Passengers take breakfast at Lancaster.
MOUNT JOY ACCOMMODATION, leaves Harrinburg at
1.20 s. x. , connects at Lanamter vrltt Lumina' accom
modation train, and and arrives at West Philadelphia at
COLUMBIA ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, leaved' Harris
burg at 12 20 r. H. ; Columbia 1.55 r. and arrives at
Lancaster ^2.30 P. IL connecting with Fast and.
Lancaster for Philadelphia, and arrives at West Philadel
MAIL TRAIN leaves Harrisburg at 1.20 r. u. ; Lancaster
at 2.47 r tu., and arrives at West Philadelphia at 5.30 r.
HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, via Colum
bia, leaves Harrisburg at 5.25 r. 11.., and arrives at West
Philadelphia at 10.50 r. x.
BALTIMORE EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Harrisbiug daily
(except Monday) at 2.10 a. x..; Altoona, 7.26 •. IL, take
breakfast, and arrives at Pittslwrg at 12.30 P. lc
PHILADELPHIA EXPRESS T • loaves Harrisburg
daily at 3.10 A.X. Altoona at 8.20 a. r. , take breakfast,
and arrives at Pittsburg at LOO r. ti
MAIL TRAIN leaves Harriaburg at 1.30 P. x. ; Altoona
at 7.16 P. it. ; take supper, and arrives atlittaburgat 12.30
FAST LINE leaves Harrisburg at 340 ik a 4; Altoona at
&Be P. a., take supper, and arrives at Pittsburg at 1.00
mon.7 JOY ACCOMMODATION leaves 'master at
9,30 A. it., arrives at Harrisburg at 1110
ELARRIBRURG ACCOMMODATION TRAIN leaves West
Philadelphia at 2.45 P. a. , and (=PICA at-Harrisb*at 8.10
P. MOUNT JOY ACCOMMODATION No. 2, leaves 'Ances
tor at 6.26 P. K., connecting therowlthflirAebargAccom
modation West, loaves Mount Joy atl.oo r. K. and arrives
at Harrisburg at 8.20 P. K.. . .
SAMUEL D. YOUNG,
Oapt. Middle Div.. reamed B. M.
on, May 13, 1804.-dtt
Northern Central Rail Way
SUMMER TIME TABLE.
TRREE TRAINS DAILY
TO AND FROM
Connections made with trains Oft Pennsylvania Railroad,
to and from Pittsburg and the West.
THREE TRAINS DAILY to and from the North . and
Weet Branch Susquehanna, Elmbe, and all of Northern
ON and after 'MONDAY, MAY 16th, -
, the Passenger Troths of the Northam Central
blway will arrive ,at and depart from Harrisburg and
timore as follows, Ms:
HAIL TRAIN leaves Sunbury daily (except
Sunday).... ..... .... .10.26 A. N.
If leaves Harrisburg 1.20
" arrives at Baltimore. . r 6.40 P.
EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Sunbury dilly (except
Sunday) 1146 P. IL
leaves Harrisburg '(except
Monday) !JO A. a
.. arrives at Baltimore daily
((except M0nday).. :. ..:... 7.00 A. Y.
ILARRISSURG ACCOMMODATION leaves Han.
burg .. 7.00 a.
SUNBURY ACCOMMODATION leaves Sun.
bury daily (except Sun
day) at 7.80 A.
MAIL TRAIN leaves Baltimore daily (except
Sunday) 0.20, x.
leaves Harrisburg 135
It arrives at Sunbury -06. r. a.
IMPRESS TRAIN leaves Baltimore dai1y...... 0.80 alt.
arrives at. Harrisburg.......L6o A. IL
leaves Harrisburg daily (ex.
HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION leaves Bal.
timore daily (except, Sun.
day) . . ILOO r. x.
4. arrival at Harrisburg. . —7.50 r. a.
SUNBURY ACCOMMODATION leaves Bards
burg dally (excePt Sunday}
at 400r. *. x.
For farther information apply at the Office in Penney'.
vents Railroad Depot. J. N. Dtritkimy,.
Harrisburg, May 16, 1864. -dtf Gen. Supt.
NEW AIR LINE ROU .
THREE TRAINS DAILY TO NEW YORK
ON AND AFTER MONDAY, November
16th, 1868, tko Passenger Trains Will leave the Pillla:
delphis and Reading Railroad Depot, at Harrisburg,. for ;
New York and Philadelphia, as follows, viz
EXPRESS LINE leaves Harrisburg at 8.30 a. K.,
rival of the Pennsylvania Railroad Express Train from the
West, arriving in New York at 145 a. ac A sleeping dr
is attached to the train through from Pittsburg without
MAIL TRAIN leavea Harrisburg at 8.004: Y arriving
!n New York at 5.30 E N. and Philadelphia at L6O r. x.
FAST LINE leaves Eamsburg at ROO.r. sr.„ arriving in
New York at 10.26 Pa , and Philadelphia g.OO r. K.
FAST LINE leaves New York at 6.00. x. 71., and Phila.
&Spit% at &lb A. r., arriving at Harrisburgtat 1.1.6 P. N.,
MAIL TRAIN leaves New York at:12.00 sows, sad
.Philadelphia at &SO P. 31., arriving, at Harrisburg at L2O
EXPRESS TRAIN leaves New York at 1 . .00 0. ar:, ar-
riving at Harrisburg at 2.00 A. r. and =meeting with
Penasylvarda Express Train for Plttsburg. A gibelng eft
Is also attached to this train.
Connection are made at Harrisburg with trains on the
Pennsylvania, Northern Central and Cumberland Valley
railroads, and at Reading for Philadelphia, Pottsville,
Wilkesbarre, Allentown, Easton, &o.
gege checked through. Fare between New York
andurg,_•26 13 ; between Harrisburg and Made!.
phia, $.3 35 in No. 1 oars, and $3 in No. 2.
For tiokets or other information apply to •
READING RAILROA D.
GREAT TRUNK LINE FROM Tim
NORTH and Noythwest for Philadelphia, New York,
Reading, PoUsville Bebanon, Allentown, Easton,ho6tc.
Trains leave Ha rrisburg for Philadelphia, New York,
Reading, Pottsville and all intermediate station', at 100
A. a., and 2.00 P. N.
New York Express leaves Harrisburg at 6.80 A. R.,
arriving at New York at 1.45 the same day.
A special Accommodation Passenger train loaves Read
ug at 7.15 A. it., and returns from Harrisburg at 5 P.
Fares from Harrisburg: TO New York, $6 lb; to Phila.
delphia $3 88 and $2 80. Baggage checked through.
Returning, leave New York at 6 A. st. 12 noon, and 7
r. Express arriving at Harrisburg at A. I.)
laaris Philadelphia at 3 lite. x., and 8.80 r. N.
sdesplag oars in the New York Express Trains, through
to and frtsa Pittahurg without change.
p usea gen by the Catawissa Railroad leave Tamaqua
at 150 A. x., and 2.10 r. a., for Philadelphia, Neer York'
and all way points.
T ra i ns wave Pottsville at 9.15 A. IX, and 8:80 for
Philadelphia, Harrisburg and New York.
An AcoommoditlomPasisiger train leave s Reading Ft
400 A. tr,,, and returns from Phliadelplaa at 5.00 r.
Bir All the above train rim dolly, ga n d er
A Sunday train Isms Pottaville at 7.80 A. Z., and
adtphla 8.15 r. sr.
eromMutatiOn, =sage, Beason and Excureico tialtetiat
reduced rates to and from allpoints.
80 pounds baggage allowed to each
12, A. NlObila,
8.15 L m.
5.53 L x.
J. J. CLYDE,
%men] Agent. Ilio.Tieburc
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f ' r ^ ' . Adnandidration Notices ' i. 1.1.1 .• r -
Philadelphia tirie -Rail-
TIM great line traverses the Northern and
liorthavest ocourdies of Pennsylvania to the city or
Erie on Lake Erie.
It has been leased by the PXMOSTIVANLA RULIXAD ()OX
FAM, and under their auspices is being rapidly opened
throughout its entire length. . .
It is SW in use for Passenger and Freight barium
from Earrisbarg to St. hiary's (216 miles) on the Eastern
Diviakm; and Dom Shartield to Erie (76 miles) on the
TIRE OF PASSENGER TRAINS AT sauusiluito.
• Mow Erattaard,
MalPTrido L2O P. L
Express Train ' PZ%-i sr A. a.
Loma Northward. •
Mail Trata r.- 1 . 2 0 r, 11.
Express Train ', &IS .i. ii. -
Care run through wrrnorre MANOR both ways on these
trains between Philadelphia mid Lock Eaves, and; be
tween Baltimore and Lo& Haven. „...._
Elegant Sleeping PM on Express tratge both Ways bet;
niumi tween e W iphia llltainsport , . , amal tim . I re' "t and ,Aod WiliWillit4ll : ,l4p. a I'M ,
For informitien re specting Passenger Waitress MAY at
the S. E. Corner 11th and'Efitiket "trade: ;
And for Freightbusinem of the Compants Agehts:
& B . iti n pot,,, Ar,,,!?4water , llith , and *whet atreati,it
ridladr* . iEriv-,
J.. 11. Agent N. Z. B. It., Italtimore. '
• . E.111.' HOUSTON', . •
Gawk? "rigAg Atbalg. 4 14. 4.
LEWIS L. HOUPP,
KG. D. Peng ' ' '
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ntp2o4lll General Manager , Willionwpore.
CUMBEiLL D VALLEY
R A I. It R 0 A DS.
CHANGE OF HOURS .— On and after MOlL
day April 4th, 1864, glaineave Maas In ran
dally, as Mows, (Beadaye except..o
0141IIMMIRERO AND 8 1W 8 BVEG:
Leave Haserestown 7.60 2.45
" Greencastle 7.67 LIM
Arrive at B.lf 4.20
I,eave K 8.30 12.65
Leave litliippmelawg 9.00 L2B
" 9132 2.00
66 Carlisle 555 10:10 2.42
66 Meehaskeboug .... , -an 10 42 8..12
Arrive at Hantaburg ...AGO . 11.15 149
PON °HAMMEN:MG AND ifAaßasfpWß;
eave Harrisburg A. sr. r. iC r: N.
tos L2l" . 410
4 . 4 .. Meellaniutiurg • ' &47 2.x4. 4141
" Cer,liele , 9.27 215 5.29
" Neriville ....#
_ . 11 r 1 •241.2 S 5.24 _--,.
" ShOpeemberg . • 10.0 .4.00 V- ;' •
- - Melo* at.... 11.00 480,0 • -•
Clitonber 66 4 — I Lowe at ' ' ...ILIO 4.40
Leatv Greeeastae .11.56 5.50
Arrive at . . 6.10
VP )(Wag does oonsgadions at ilarriMmug with train
for" ntladelibla, New York and Pittsburg i and with
• rattle for ill pointy Wart.
The Trsda leaving Harrisburg at 4.2 A, P. X., TIAN
eagr aa far Carlisle. 0. N. Lpu,, avg.
R Oillee, Chamberablug, April 4, 180447 -
OE, ESSENCE OP LIFE
Prepared freer Fuse Vegetable Extracts, containing trth-
tot haluziona to the moat Delicate.
Aar The Rejuvenating Elialr to the result of modern
discoveries In the vegetable kingdom; being an , entirely
new and abstract method of cure, irrespective of all the
old and wont-out systems. •
sti-This medicine has been tested by the most eminent
medical men of the dew, and by them prehoimomi to be
one of the greatest, medical dbartiniell•Or the see .
WOne bottle will care General Debility.
WA few doses cures Hysterics in females.
,StrOne bottle cares Palpitation of the Heart.
WA few doses restores the organs of generation, .
girFrom one to three bottles restores the manibmie
end full vigor of youth. :1 .
it/rA few doses restores the appetite.
WThree bottles cures the worst case of Impotency.
/WA lOW doses cams tee Ipw spirited.
WOne beetle rotors mental power.
iltgrit foie doges being thil rose'to the chew*
Ohio medicini reStorell tome at . i l lO roblui
hoalttNie: poor, deldlltitird, weriklown and despairing
devotee Of Stung Pleasure.
milks Itetteee , enorsattd youth, the ever.taabsd sun .
buARQ, I *,9 I4S . 70Fthzi,,?rcs th e
dividng.agrasim frOnt's*isrid . detety, of AIM mamma
of arm, win. 4 1 arriodiate , 1 114.1 11
relief by the use of, this NliVror Fasersra,ef LIM
/arnica, $ 2 .11 2 10 .4 111 4." Um* bot4l4erre $5 • and
forwarded by eaves; ,on, receipt of ineneg,., so ' any ad-
Viotti by all draggbgeevarywitere: " •
• R. KERWIN St , CO.,
No. 59 Liberty groat, New. York.
CERTAIN AND SAFA.
Mirror the Mownial 4 Ohotonotions and On /MINIM
qf Regukority is the Boorrntooce of an
• . Monthly Ark*.
agg-Theyoitre or obviate those amorous diseases that
spring from.. Irregulariti, by removing the irregularity
.•' • •
sir They airs Suppressed, Excessive and Painful Men
asnlley eon Cram Sickness (Gbh:wads.)
air They , cure Narrow and Spinal Affbetiene, pains la
the back end lower parts of the body, Ifeaviness,
on alight - exertion, Palpitation of 'the Heart, Ingram of
dierfte, WYaeria, Sick Snatch's,' Giddiness, Ss., &a. In
'1.1114 by tediering the irregabuity, they ramps the
(nue; ant ',Skit ALL the erects that'spring from it
fir Coinposed of simple regetadnearabta, they con
jib wants deleterious to soy innuatntien,, however
dam* their Paection being , to sibillinte - enema. for .
... uned, they never 10 to
deporhof inta be.sandy Weed 'at ay gn i and anny
pinion tinnier tertian "Win weer 'Two lam;
wadi the Audaliag nom? of their Idles roe* wobbly
*raw map* - - - • -
c• 144.01-I.l44maiiiing-thiiilidiOn or ideas 10 3e,
ProilPtiy L ae,* eta astiainktr _waterless
sr Fell Orations adminspaar. mint
afirMy tu ppribay or six boxes fee µ
ardate.. ~1 1; 1 4 to* of pew. on nigekit or OM
mt. W. 13..=1N IM.rtheleirwaars.
'atatiAtaL 110. taliberty are* Kew ork.
-iZtirsidlarg unaimak 11110,11$
" 'At"' diri 0 Y . - 1 N W FOREVER I--Webster:
HARRISRURk PA., SATURDAY EVENING,. JULY 23,. 104.
D:1 14 )P'`E PSILAI
DISEASES RESUIITING FRO*
DISORDERS `OF THE LEVER
1 D DIGESTIVE ORGANS,_
6-ER MAN BITTERS,
THE GREAT STRENGTHENING TONIC.
TEMP Bitters have performearsare'enres;
have ,and do give better atlisfactlea; have nioro tea
ttmonY; bafe-more respectable peOpla to youth fOr them
than any othenertiela in the market.
We defy any one to contradict this assertion, Ind will
pay $l,OOO to may one that, will produce a certificate pub
lished by es Dull tp notteneine. Holisnd's Gentian Bit
tent, .will cure &very ease of Chronic or Nervous bet:ants
Diseases of the' Kidneys, and - diseases arising from a did-
Ordered stonier - IC , Observe the following- symptoms, re.
,eultini froth the disiiiders of the digestive- organs: Con
stipation,. inward.Filea, „Fullness of Blood to the head,
Acidity of the Stenfach, liinees, Heartburn, Disgust for
Food, FUllness orvreight inthiStomach, Sour Eructations,
Sinking or fluttering at the pit of the stomach,- Swimming
of the h Hurried and difficult breathing, Fluttering at
the hear Choking or nuffoasting sensations when in a
lying pasture, Dimness of vision, Dots or webs before the
sight,. Fever and dull pain in the, head, Deficiency of pera
pirate); Ye lowness Of the skin and eyes, Pain in the side,
back,' chest, limbs, ha, Sudden flushes of heat, Burning
in the &eh, Constant imaginations of evil, and great de
imam= of, pirits. , •
Remember that this Bitters is,tfotalcoholic, contains no
rum or whisky, and can't mike drunkaada, but is the
best Tonic In the world.
Prom the Rev. Levi G. Berk,. Pastor of the Baptist
Church, Pemberton, N. J., formerly of the North Baptist
• ** *, • * ••• .* * * *
I have known Hooftand's German Bitters favorably for
a number of yearn. ' I have used themin my own fandlyi
and have been so pleased with their effects that I was hi.
ducod to recommend them to many othera and know that
they have operated In a strikingly benallehel manner.,l
take, ONG, pleasure? in thus publicly . peacialsning .' tis
fact, and paling the attention of tholitr 'afflicted With-the
thseisies for Which they are :reoommtaided 'to time Fflf
tors, khowlnitAlamettlyerience that raymicommendation
will be sustained. ..I ,tio this More &earthily se Hoof
kuull Bitters lainteadkd to Whs. at tha 'afflicted , and Is
"not a rum drink." Yount ten*,
prom Rev. J. Newton Brown, D. B. Editor of the En
•zelitedla of Beiillioua Knowledge pd Christian Chroni
. Although not disposed to favor or remain:nand Patent
liehinnes in genendi !inveigh dliarust of their ingredients
and ellen& I yet know of no suilicictuC relators, why a
man may not testily to the benefita he lialletes.himselflo
have received tram any simple preparation,' the hope
Butte may thus; contributeLi:thy:l.l;4'l4lloC ethers.
~.I do ;this the more readily inregard to' Ger
man Itittere x prepared_ by Dr. o.' Atha* of this • city
`becauseWas pre j u diced willtet them fore many years,
rimier tee impression that they were chiefly an Alcoholic
mixture.. J. am indebted to my friend, Robert &mem&
1 0.1 ,110 removal or rthia prejudice by .p vper
inks; am for en eat trttrttned'itinai gultenit*
!rein ',great islt eintheted- The nes or
lianakiluiatariss sr these . Bitten at besdrodng
_year, was followed.by endear.- relief, end ragas
itre.Siegfee beililYendmentalvigor. of not. 'six tainltha ,befor e, and hia -almost - 4 fa of
regainihg. I .therefore tbAnk Gliki•and myth tor dt--
meting me team use of them „‘, . . .
. 4 -
J. NEWTON BROWN, lade.
From Rev. Warred' Randerph, Pastor - Baptist
Church, Germantown, Penn. •
Dr.. V.. M.. .Tadoka:—Dear Bir:—Persimal eXperieloa
enabbwmckto say ties I regard the. German Bitters, inct
paked by you, as a most excellent medicine. in cases of
severe cold and general debility.l have been greatly beam
tined by the use of the Bitters, and doubt not they will
produce similar ,affects on cabals.
Yours truly WARREN RANDOtPR.,
• Germantown: , Pa.
From Rev. J. IL Turner, Pastor of Redding 1L S
Dr, C. IL Jacknon:—Deur Sir:--Having used your Ger
man Bitters in my family friquenGy I,ain prepared to say
that it has ban of *nit nervice. believe that in moat
cues of general. debility , of the system it is the Safest and
moat voluble remedy of which I have any kaowledge.
Mu" roppeoffolly J. H. TURNZR,
No. 728 N. Nineteenth' street.
- Frdm the Bor. J. N. Lyons, formerly Pastor of the
Columbus (N. J.) and Milestown (Pa.) B Churches.
New N. Y.
Dr: C. N. jaeiteon:--Deer fositi &pleasure thus,
of my own 'monk to bear testimony to the er o llence of
the Bermanßitters. Noolet4loont 0 1 C0+;blithit
motel withltjaiwysis, I uWO Qin .o itk very boneruw
results. I have anon receniniesded them to i=s
fabled by that tormenting distil., and have freer
them the most flattering testittionials as to their vat.
veins. In cases of genend debility, I baileys It to be it
tonic that cannot be ,sarpassed: J. N. LYONS
krorit the Bev Thomas *lnter, Pastor . of RN:borough
Dr. Jackson:--Deer Sir:—l felt it due to your excel.
.lent preparation,. Hoorianet German 'Bitters to. add my
tostimony to the.deserved reputation it km obtained. . I
have for YoatA,Aifiriirei been liOUldedwilk emit (Warder
Mint head . d; nervous system. - 1 tae advised by, a
'friernito tit &bane of. your Gletwati BOOM; did so, arid
iutvesisperieneek great end unexpleted relief; my heal
hip*** very migarially herniated. 1 amadontly .
no articlee *betelmeet with mats rnim to my
hays 'mien earn I A
earned b many of their good „of
-414 Fiti&B 4 O4l2 %rieborotigh, Pa.
*mut, of the German RefOrrne4
Chunk Butito Bette' thirsty. Pa.
Dr. C. If. " "olil-L4teepeetirit Sir:-1 have been
troubled with. Dyspepsia waxily twenty years, and have
never usedriny medicine that did me as much good at
Booriand's Bitters lam very much improved in health,
alter having taken live bottles
Yours with respect, S. a ataxia •
Large Sloe(holdingrWauty double quanuly ,) $l. 00 '
per bottle—halfrdoz $6 00
13,41 Slio 7 -76 canto Der bottle—half dos. • 4 00
BEWARE OF bouNTERFura
bee thatabi i idgnaturroF:ft. , JACKSOtfI. la on the
WRAPPER of each bottle.
Should your sweat druggist not have the article , do
DS be puteff by any. el the intordcathekneperationa'that
any be (Arad Ita Plan, bnt
de, and WS MY
fervent, aercirely packed, by expreet
PrinrApal Office and Yin ,
140. 031 ARCH'. STIt , SST,
' • Jarrett& swank •
enamors to 0,41. Jackass at Vb..'
r • PROIPRIETO6.
For sale by Druggists and neaten in (miry town in the
NUM &idea !arid dimly
- Nirkiki r JAME, INDEED!
me our film and extensive y ,stook of: Photo
-end, Photigriph CriutTlcturee, we
Nam scIiteditBRAIMULISULOPIS tai thimsoeptiou
at card=ri o t,. yhey must be sesnatid will be admired,
air kers supplied at the very.loweet *We,
sale slut • Cettard printed uptet them for $125 per
itutonsild, wholesale-and mutt • •
L.1F.01124 SCUFF R,'s MUM
rabl rinigiegons to Win. Dock, jr & &
"DEEP T0N4:413748.-;—Firt e large beef tongues,
JJ 'cured by J. $ Wicheaer is Co., and for i ft . ly •
ioU idacesal ., ABISLRrowDod;.&F Jr, do
ASE CUBED BY
READ WHO SAYS SO • •
Lin G. BEAL
MAVLAY I '
A TTORNEY4T-LAW. ••• ,- PittykiA and Union
ARIL budding, Harrisburg. Strict attention paid to all
legal business. Military claims collected.
.mylo-416nt.eodo. _ .
Thomas C. Mac'Powell
OFFICE IN TILIBD s,C., BELOW PIM •
HARRISBURG, PA.. , •
ALL manner of Military Claims promptly
attended to, and Mahn& colleMedagairtet theceneral
or State Governments,- either: in Congress, the Court of
Claims at Washington city, 'Or at Harrisburg, without un
necessary delay, and on moderate terms. ap29416m
A. C. SMITH,
ATTORNEY - LAW.
AS removed his Offieti from Third to wa
s • nut street, next to the Prism. All batman in
trusted to tem will receive prompt and careful attention;
aft 4 •
LIEN (moan AND PROVISION STORE.
WHOLE SALE' AND RETAIL
Queen's and Glass Ware s ,
AND ALL KINDS or
COUNTRY PRODUCE, -
HAVE just opened a large and *ell selected
stock of goods at thCir stand, No. 3 HarketSquare,
Harrisburg, Pa., to whioh they invite the attention of the
public generally. • Dolt:141y
rt,Awirr.n, 8L HLRR,
• summons, To
G. G KUNKEL CO. l
DECTIEFIERS AND DISTILLERS and
At - Wholesale Dealers !a
D eported . .. Lad Domestic Li-
Wu", HarriaburgrAk . . ' JyL-dlm
~T 0 X-1,8. , USE
Corner. of Market , otroot and Mirka Squore•
EAREIII , II#IIO ' oicarz rA.
STATE • CAPITAL HOTEL,
CORNER. OF THIRD AND WALNUTSTRBIIIOO:
"U nideregn ed having purohafied this well
mown !Own house has enlarged and thoroughlyrenovated
it. The rooms have been re-painted and papered, and the
entire cutilbainent: elegantly' re -furnished. }Wig Plea
tautly and eligibly located, and provided with every con
yenienoe, it offers to tho public all the comforts and luxu
ries of a first GIBBS hotel. Trusty and obliging nervantn
alwnys ln attendance. A bar well stocked with choice
liquors is attached In the establishment.
de2fdly W. G. THOMPSON, Proprietor.
TEE UNITED - STATES HOTEL, •
nr iittit=o , l4SON,..Pffe Priftitti•
MMltlfeil,/cgtolniZiAel la . !**
lion to accomatodate the - araveume attpue, affording
the Meat ampleaenveniencee alike for the triaMituit guest
mid.thia t boarder. • . • • •
STATES HOTEL hie beenenth•ely rest
ted out t ind now hag iccoMMOdatthns equal in
extent,'ebnafert, and la:my to any betel behlteennibiddt.
phis and Pittsburg. Its location is the beettin; the fifate
Oapital, being in easy. scam to all the railroad depots, and
ittclose proximity to all the public ofilces.and,burnees lo-
Wiliam of the city. , It has mow all the °meanie we of
and the Proprietor is determined to apace neither px
rose,ittl: le or labor to moue the comfort of ,the guest&
TneLpaironage of the travelincpubliffiarcipeckfallv
PIANO PORTER, lIBLOIIIIONS, S AIT:MUSIC,
xrioults, FLUTES, GUITARS, BANJOS,
EITEING% ds' of RUM FUSS, arid ill kin MUSI
CAL MERCHANDI D SE, PICTURE FRAMES, LOOEDIG
GLASSES, PHOTOGRAPH CARDS and ALBUMS, AMBRO.
TYPE GEMS; ENGRAVING% PICTURES, &C.,
Reinember tho. place, MO WAND, No. 12 Third
street, the largest Music Store this aide of the great cities.
MELODEONS AND. CABINET ORGANS.
TWENTZBIX FIRST PREMIUMS,
TWELVE SILVER' 'MEDALS,
ONLY GOLD MEDAL (ever !row by • instrmsionts of this .
don) hos been awarded to .
MASON & HANIT TN'S INSTRUMENTS.
A fill assortment of these instruments always on band
eaIRTOCHE'S, Selo eg,en 93 Market str t,
Je4-21earlyi ' - - eet.
A. P. TEIJP S ER,
TEACHER OF' MUSIC.
Omen At WARD'S MUSIC STORE,
Third &rot •
Residence: Third Meek above North. . d 1541
MEE eihinenn of the City of ilarrrithiirk 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 especiallt
directed to sections 4th, 6th and 6th, to wit: • -
Sec. 4. Ttuit averring' siting atlarge Within the limits
, of the mddcity, from the twentieth day et May until the
twentieth day. of SePtelithek each and evert' year
havesectirely put on a pea, among, substantial an d
tide wire basket muzzle, enclosing- the whole mouth of
said dog, so as eifectualki to prevent him from lilting and
Sae. 11:- That any and every person owning a dog and
permitting it to run at large without complying with the
fourth section of - this ordinance, shall be liable to a fine
of not less than one dollar, nor more than two dollars,
with oasts, at the discretion of the Mayor; and in the
event of the said constable net being able to find the
owner of the dog so'running atiarge, he, or some person
employed by him, shall take up, kill and bury said dog,
for which service he or the parson' performing the ser
vice shall receive the awn of one dollar, to be paid out of
the city treasury. •
See. 6. That every dog going at large within the limits
of said city, shall have around its neck, at all times, a
collar of metal or a collar of leather with a metal plate,
on which metal collar Or plate shall be inscribed the name
of the owner of Bulldog and any and
it every person own
ing a dog and permitting tit, tun at huge, without com
plying with the routintions of this section, shall be liable
to a fine of one dollar for away offence; and furthet, it is
hereby Made the duty of the Chief Police Constable or a
**On employed by hiot;to take up every dog so run
ning it large in Molauett of this section, and unless the
saidfine is paid by the- owner thereof, on demand, the.
Saillotilcerla hereby authorized and required to kill the
dog or cause' t to be killed and buried, for which services
he shall be allowed one dollar outer the city treasury.
jyfo A. L.' ROUMFORT, Mayor.
VALUABLE t, PROPERTY FOrSALE
subscriber offers for sale a valuabler r i Finrierie Bland, inta ate on tbe Lancaster turnpike, in
the 'borough of Middletown, consisting of a large two-story
Hotetotattniiiie- stabling and -all other necessary
Also, Ora idjolnlng lot", having erecte d on each a two
story frame ntretling. • •
For farther particuiers apply to tip undo rngn4 oist4itt
CUT FLY 4 PAPVW
A MCZ allsorbnent tf Out Itiput
xx, Wog glare, puttolt, hides "Ad gas.PiPes,
at . scrusrrima wog , sroltx,
"VOR SACLE:AllieLhorse-power STEAM
.Ls nu m rand p 141.1114 .1n good °Mee Apply to
MAIM • : Wind streek Wow • 1
PRICE 7 TWO CENTS.
2 !(mth47e2es;h :
New Jersey Nea.,_:Otleasso
Qwing to the exorbitant pifccs,coffeb and'
imported teaS have reached, it a great boon
to thoie whose means or inclinations forbid
such expensive luxuries, to be 'able to pro
cure so: p4atable a : substitute so cheaplfr.
Its newtli.-i is almost I t iniVersal, in this
county; iitivijoaeclandeiiPliugi this plant is
knoww very '- C.114 - bnot" knou'ing it
and wishing to , knOw4 . can •liave it degkribed
and even shown to thlin y4thent going liar.
The proper curing,
,of it,, requires I . some
knowledge. A lady, Very'shiccessfal Ina its
preparation, communieafee - her method as
lollows: Strip off the leaves when the plant is
in blossom, which lasts till October; put them
into a basket loosely, so that steam inEkyl easily
penetrate through the mass; place the basket
into a larger vessel over boiling water; cover
the large vessel so as to retain the steam, and
boil about five minutes, which completely
wilts the tea leaves. Rub between the hands,
which causes it to froth is though shaped.
An effort should be made to curl the leaves
tea-fashion as much as possible. The steam
ing and rubbing , process should be repeated
the following day. Then diy and . keep air
tight for future use. It improves by
This tea is largely manufactured in Clinton
county, Pa., and bids fair to become an
article of commerce.
The Agricultural Patent Office Report for
1860 has a valuable communication an tea,
which . may be read with profit.
BarzaroirrE, Pa. d. D. WINGATE.
Atlanta Probably in •_Siier-
TELE 0111PRIC OINIINJEITION WTI! THAT
No Official laaouncemcnt of its Capture.
Ornap or TEM ASPOOLLTIP,PSESS,
NEW Yomc, July /2.
The Western Union Telegraph company
are in coMMtmication with Atlanta to-day,
messages from - that place of this date having
been transmitted-over their wires..
No official announcement of. the capture or
occupation of tkilanta has been rece*ed at
this Ade up to this hour-4 o'.alook.
The 72d. Pennsylvania
WAsexiTcrrow, Inly 22.
The. gallant: 72d (Pa.) Regiment arrived
here this morning under command of . Lied',
Col. Henry (ook.
They number in all one hundred and fifty
seven men. They will be further strengp
ened by a number of conyalescents be longing
to the regiment dationed here. . ' •
Their time has not'quite expifed, and they
will remain-in the; fortifications around this
aityLtiiitill thei9th. 'pfeilmocat which time
They leftlhe fittill'on. Wednesday.. They
report that the 106th Pinnsylvariitt will ar
rive here to-morrow.':The boys are a`u well
and in good spirits over the prospect of soon
being with those they love.
The Rebeli in.Keni'ucky.
Lotrnnuus, Ky., July 21.
A 'dispatch' from Aokersville 'says that a
barge containing - eight . himdred barrels of
coffee belonging' to: the Government, which
acaompained the steamer: St Linda when she
was boarded, fell - int:rite hands of the rebehl
and win destroyed.
Last evening the rebels took the engine of
oar construction train at New Haven; en the
Lebanon branch road, fired hemp, opened
the throttle-valve and let her run - wild cowards
The Greeley Co.rresOondenee.
Bzwea.o . , '3C., July 22.
We learn frOm-the Vii ton House, Niagara,
this morning, that by an oversight an import
ant letter of Icrontee Qrseley's was omitted in
the published-correspendence between him
self and the peace commissioners, - ,
It.waa not banded to the agent of the Asso
tiiatAd or it would have appeared with
The Gold - Mark ets'.
` - -Nsw YORK,' July 22
Gold. elosgdat 15V - this evening.
THE LATE MARYLAND RAID
[Front the Riehniopd . Whig, July 16.]
• TUE NEWS imam BEASILAND.
The public . Were , feverish yesterday morn
ing about additional news from the seat of
operations in Maryland and the District of
Columbia.. The accounts we gave yesterday
from the" Baltimore American of the 12th, in
addition` to the telegraphic sum=
o try 'tom the
Washington.G7tronicle, were too riteatrt the
aggregate to satisfy the ravenous :craving of
the reading public, whose ears from early
morning were strained to catch the first re
port of theicapture of Washington and Balti
more. Morning passed, and noon came;' and
yet the telegraph and the War Department
were as dumb, as an oyster. We walked the
street for hours in vain, hoping to hear of a.
later Northern paper diart those already re
At one o'claglt. „however, a gentleman, than
whom there is not in the city one more trust
worthy, ' - finto . our - sanctum looking as
joyous ail3ext: Vie' when „Plikett's division
the Yanks) bxelittsvittlLuottr., now
'avinousook,tzkon,W4tit he Mgarde4
As fhb *iiihairtiiiidinbny," tharotud troops,'
with thtl'aidOllB;il6olifiryliii r.
Ittitltaltontrutdaitto occupied :the *city. of Bal
timore. We -immediately. threw down our
pen And struck up, in a style that would have
, dons tolistOrlit to ,an Italian - opera singer
—Mary/Midi - lily - Makylitrid—and: without a
monientlt .heailettimfdetenuitiedAP! do one
faueraiNoticeseachissertiorL.: , , _
Asarßusiersroticecgoewted Dia* Cbismo, Or
-before Molts& n andsWiltdOillows Lao tbe
matt insertion. - - •
of the three thaw iu the, event the rumor
proyft4 tale, viz: hared teQth , our da
gdetreotypeefaken, or imbitge piesairn firr- 'a glass of
soda water as'the Alabama"—most probably
Upon second thought it,oiditaiied.bius that
the speediest waytßleam whether there war;
any truth in the,prpor was to- go c nt,-onee to
the War Departtabeitt. And `Sure though. we
went, and, to oni. inortifacation, learned that
if Baltimore hatt fallen titYLlgiiiwA nothing
This vettar'4le'conditiott! cethe 'news at
A gentlernau in whom much confidence is
to be placed arrived at Lynchburg, Wednes
day night from Pairfax county, having left
there on Monday last. Re-states that the ex
citement in Washington, consequent upon
the Confederate advance into Maryland, is in
tense, , and that, so great was the fear of the
Yankee Government, that they were removing
all the stores from Alexandria and Washington,
and all the public, documents and property of
every kind.., The greatest state of confusion
prevails Pzi Washington, and the Lincolnites
are in h terrible state of trepidation and
alarm. This intelligencd our informant ob
tained from gentlemen who had visited
Washington, whose veracity was unquestion
At 8 o'clock, the rumor of the oceupaney
of Baltimore by our troops Was again current,
with some variation, but all efforts to trace it
to a reliable source proved unavailing. We
console ourselves with the refteetioit that if it
is not true, it ought to be. Zig Washington,
with its corruption and 'tiollfitiOn, needs
cleansing; and to it rather tharißaltimore do
We hourly look with a prayerful longing that
our General may have an opportunity at least
to give it a thorough and oomplete cleansing.
At 8' o'clock last night, we finally succeeded
in-ventilating the rumor of the taking of Bal
timore by our forces. It seems that a gentle
man connected with one of the city dailies,
early yesterday informed 'a distinguished
member of Congress froth Hientticky that a
Captain on sr certain LieriWiant. General's
staff had seen a copy of the Washington
Chivnicle of the 13th, which 'act:flitted the fall
of Baltimore under the circumstances above
described.. . . ,
This paper, it was furfilie,ksta t tedjaad been
sent to the Government; but., stn. inquiry
again at the War DepartMent; Sitind that
they knew nothing whatever of it.
A gentleman who arrived last night from
the Nertheni Neek, - rettorts that MY the 13th
it was stated that we had ;carried. Forts Lin
coln and Stephens , batteries , around
Washington are called forts.) ' •
We learned at ten o'clock last night that
deserters who came into our lines yesterday
at Chester, stated that we, had, taken Wash
ington with the loss of seven
A lm - rand men.
Our readers will not forget thafAeserters
usually . pay their footing with something en
THE CAPTURE OF WASHINGTON IiISTziAECOMPLISE
ED—DIZAPPCT TO TER Agiwana POTS,
TION OF THE COMMUNITY-7411CMPPS BAiD INTO
PENNSYLVANIA. TILE,EATAIRTA ;ET*, Do , ,
(From the BicAmond ,Enguiro j Agi 18.)
The. news from.,Marylaird,. &adenoid in the
Chronicle:of the itith, gave .mach disappoint
ment to the Sanguine portion2rat the vommu
nity. Whether the.:capttere• of Washington
was the object of the 'expeditieri ovriot, its
fall was most anxiously expected:by-the com
munity until last. Saturday,• - vherridhe tele
gram from Petersburg brought to the know
ledge of the public the fact.thatinceording to
the Chronicle of .the 14th, the "Rebels" had
withdrawn from in - front :Of 'Washington.
While disappointed fialhat lietnineof the cap
tare, it was nevertheleat verry - gratifying to
know how badly scared,tbe enemy were, and
for the world to 5. , 2) - 1;.)r," A:n!-tirlhe capital of
Yankeeland cau be iTiOltaleif ofif-Bf 7 its wits.
It is said that s lackya l ecident Marie saved
Washington. Canby's Corps, from New Or
leans, arrived at FortresaMonree on Saturday
night, the very day - on which tie - battle of
Monocaay Was fought, and Which revealed to
the enemy_the'magnitude of the danger that
threatened 'Washington: Ordered by tale
onsph to that city, it arrived there on Monday
la trine toprevent the capture ofthe city, and
tohold its defences.until the arrival- of addl
. tional corps from Petersburg had" rendered
the storming Of the works riselese... The acci
dental arrival of. Canby saved the City. Had
he passed up. Grant, or been; delayed in his
arrival one ,day longer, Washington would
have been captured:'However great the dis
appointment may be, yet much Mei already
been, and much more will be accomplished
by those army corps, now, as we, believe, still
north of the Potomac. Pennsylvanialies be
fore those corps, - and ilivites foraging on the
A raid by forty odd thousand :men, sweep
ing through that State, destroying railroads,
seizing horses and cattle and carrying retal
iation to the very hearthstones of the people
of PennsYlvania would cultivate into a most
fruitful harvest the already Sown seeds of
peace.' •Wit know nothing of the orders un
der whichthat army is acting, • andthe secrecy
observed among our people, which has denied
to all, the least knowledge of the "expedition,
cannOt be too highly commended; but it would
be particularly gratifying to our °injured and
plundered people to know that the enemy's
system of warfare had been carried to their
doors, and that they were being made to feel
some of the injuries they have inflicted upon
our country. This will be the ease, unless
Pennsylvania is made to feel the system of
warfare instituted and carried out! by the ar
mies of the United States. They are entirely
indifferent to the losses inflicted on Maryland,
for they regard her of as us if not with us.
The "act of vandalibm" which burned the
residence of Montgomery Blair did not inflict
any greater injury than that ; of Sheridan's
men when they burned the magnikent resi
dence of Mr. l3oulware, or the `bumble cot
tages of many himdred,S,of..our pnorer people.
The magnanimity that spared thWresidence of
F. P.:Blair was entirelythAierWway upon a
creature asdeepty dyed with the blood of this
war as any other of, his ,fellow scoundrels.
All the " hospitalitY" ever .enjoyed from its
owner has long since been - wiped out in the
red blood of %el:wave. Wie cannot appreci
ate such magnanimity to such awretch.
±4 T O B TB roa litoteea-.sts.le
VllE L Nl3" ; tilla l OriVISIVAtit i a‘itqWol/
11. 3 _ , ' REPEL
V . XSSA.,:FAIdnat- riMETß..caltaft. CORN
lam:always on band, of the bee&
iiktab - and FEW NEff MLCK
Am id Ta u,.
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