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Pennsylvania Rail Road !
'MI NT • - •• •
SPRING TUTU TABLE.
Fa, TRAINS DAILY TO AND FOUR
OY AIID arms
MONDAY, May 16th, 1884,
mum Passenger Trains of the Pennsylvania
Railroad Company will depart from and arrive at Hat.
roburg and Philadelphia as follows:
THROUGH EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Harrisburg daily
at 245 A. at., and arrives at West Philadelphia at 8.55 A. rs.
FAST LINE leaves Harrisburg daily (except Monday) at
6.00 A. a., and arrives at Webi. Philadelphia at 10.10 A.
Passengers take breakfast at Lancaster.
MUCNT JOY ACCOMMODATION, leaves Harrisburg at
7.20 A. a., connects at Lancaster with Lancaster accom
modation train, and and arrives at West Philadelphia at
12.25 r. a.
COLUMBIA ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, leaves Harris
burg at 12 2D r. i. ; Columbia 1.55 P. M. and arrives at
Lancaster 2.30 P. ni. ; connecting with Fast Mail east at
Lancaster for Philadelphia, and arrives at West Philadel
phia at 6.30 P. m.
MAIL TRAIN leaves Harrisburg at 1.20 P. M.; Lancaster
at 2.47 r i., and arrives at West f'biladelphia at 5.30 P. X
HARRIS/WM; ACCuSiMuIIATION TRAIN, via Colum
bia, leaves Harrisburg at 5.26 r. m., and arrives at West
Philadelphia at 10.50 r. at.
BALTIMORE EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Harrisburg daily
(except Monday) at 2.10 A. at. Altoona, 7.36 A. M., take
breakfast, and arrives at Pittsburg at 12.30 P. M.
PHILADELPHIA EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Harrisburg
daily at 3.10 A.IIL Altoona at 8.20 A. at., take breakfast,
and arrives at Pittsburg at 1.00 r.
MAIL TRAIN leaves Harrisburg at L3O r. ; Altoona
at 7.15 r. take supper, and arrives qtfittsburg at. 12.30
' FAST LINE loaves Harrisburg at 3.50 P. .ISL ; Altoona at
8.35 r. a., take supper, and arrives at Pittsburg at LOO
MOUNT JOY ACCOMMODATION leaves Lancaster at
9.20 a. at., arrives at Harrisburg at 11.10
HARRISBURG AUtGaIIduIIATION TRAIN leaved West
Philadelphia at P. in., and arrives at Harrisburg at 8.10
MOUNT JOY ACCOMMODATION Na 2, leaves Lancas
ter at 0.25 P. 21., connecting there with Harrisburg Accom
modation West, leases Mount Joy at 7.00 P. m, and arrives
at liarrishurgat 8.20 P. M. . . .
SAMUEL D. YOUNG,
Supt. Middle Dir. Pean'a R 2Z
Harrisburg, May la, I.BB4.—dtf
Northern Central Railway
SUMMER. TIME TABLE.
THREE TRAINS DAILY
TO AND FROM
Connections made with trains on Pennsylvania Railroad,
to and from Pittsburg and the West.
THREE TRAINS DAILY to and tom the North and
West Brunch Susquehanna, Elmira, and all of Northern
ON and after MONDAY, MAY 16th, 1864,
.O the Passenger Trains of the Northern Central
Railway will arrive at and depart from Harrisburg and
Baltimore as follows,' viz:
MAIL TRAIN leaves Sunbury daily (except
Sunday) .10.25 a- ut.
leaves Rarrieburg... 1 20 P. X.
arrives at Baltimore 6.40 P. X
EXPRESS TRAlNicaves Sunbury daily (except
Sunday) 11.45 P. X.
leaves Harrisburg (except
Monday) 2.50 A. N.
arrives at Baltimore daily
(except Monday) . 7.00 A. X
HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION leaves Has-
burg 7.00 A. m.
SUNBURY ACCOMMODATION leaves Sun
bury daily (except Sun.
MAIL TRALN loaves Baltimore daily (except
Sunday) 9.20 A. X.
loaves Harrisburg 1.86 P. M.
16 arrives at Sunbury 4.05 P.M.
EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Baltimore daily 9.30 P. X.
arrives at Harrisburg ..... A. X.
" leaves Harrisburg daily (ex
4. arrives at Sunbury
I:arta - asap - R(4 ACCOMMODATION leaves Bal
timore daily (except Sun
arrives at Harrisburg
SUNBURY ACCOMMODATION leaves Harris
burg daily (except Sunday)
at 4 90 P. N.
For further information apply at the Office, in Pennsyl
vania Railroad Depot. J. N. DuBARRY,
Harrisburg, May 16, 1864..dif Gen. Supt.
INEW AIR LINE ROUTE.
THEME TEAMS DAILY TO NEW TORII
ON AND AFTER MONDAY, Noyember
lOth, 1883, the Passenger Trains will leave the Phila.
&lonia and Reading Railroad Depot, at Harrieburg, for
New York and Philadelphia, as follow; viz :
EXPRESS LINE loaves Harrisburg at 6.30 A. M., on ar
rival of the Pennsylvania Railroad Express Train from the
West, salving in New York at L 45 A. at A sleeping car
is attached to the train through from Pittsburg without
MAIL TRAIN leaves Harrisburg at 6.00 A. at, arriving
in New York at 5.30 v. M., and Philadelphia at LIO P. at.
FAST LINE leavoe Harrisburg at 2.00 r. at., arriving in
New York at 10.28 r at., and Philadelphia at 7.00 7. x.
FAST UNE leaves New York at 6.00 a. at, and Phila•
delpharat 8.15 A. m., arriving at Harrisburg at Ll 5 P. at
IL TRAIN leaves Now York at 1206 noon, and
Philadelphia at 3.30 r. as., arriving at Harrisburg at 8.20
EXPRESS TRAIN leaves New York at 7.0) P. sit, ar
riving at Harrisburg at 2.00 s. tz., and connecting with the
Pennsylvania Express Train for Pittsburg. A sleeping car
15 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,
Wilkesbarre, Allentown, Easton, &c.
Baggage checked through. are between New York
and Harrisburg,_ss 16 ; between Harrisburg and Phdadel
plata, $3 85 in No. 1 cars, and $8 in No. 2.
For tickets or ether inforrostion apply to
J. J. CLYDE,
ILEA DING IL AILROA
S U MI%IER ARRANGEMENT.
rl REA T TRUNK LINE FROM THE
eeAA NORTH and Northwest for Philadelphia, New York,
It..a.:.ng, Pottsville, Lebanon, Allentown, Easton, dm. pito.
Trains leave Harrisburg for Philadelphia, New York,
Reading, Pottsville and all intermediate stations, at 8.00
a. a, mat 2.00 F. a.
New York Express leaves Harrisburg at' 8.30
arriving at New York at 1.45 the same day.
A special Accommodation Passenger train loaves Rewt
is.. at 7.15 and return& from Harrisburg at 5 r. a.
Fares from Harrisburg: To New York,. $6 16; to Pbil , i
delphia $8 85 and 82 80. Baggage checked through:
Returning, leave New York at 8 A. a. ,12 noon, and T
r. a.,(Pittsburg Express arriving at Harrisburg at 2 A. g)
Leave Philadelphia at 8 115 h. a. ; and 8.30 P. x.,
Sleeping cars In the Now York Express Trans thrOngh
to and from Pittsburg without change,
Passengers by the Catawissa Railroad less
at 8.60 a. at., and 2.10 r. Y., for Philadelphia, New Pori,
and all way Witte.
Trains leave Pottsville at 9.15 A. a., and 2.35 r. g, for
Philadelphia, Harrisburg and New York.
Au Acceisimcalataon Passenger train leaves Reading at
4. Se a a.and returns from Philadelphia at 2.00 g Sr. ,
41/ - al l the above trains run daily, Monday, o: E mma,
A Sunday train loom Pottsville at 'LSO A. X.; aid Ail.
totb. , ata at 8.15 r. a.
Commutation, Mileage, Season and ilegettOX MAX et
rednee_. rates to and frees Anoints.
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BY GEORGE BERGNER
A Cure Warranted.
Dyspepsia has the" following Symptoms:
Ist. A constant pain or uneasiness at the
pit of the stomach.
2d. Flatulence and Acidity.
3d. Costiveness and Loss of Appetite.
4th. Gloom and Depression of Spirits.
sth. Diarrhoea, with griping.
6th. Pain in all parts of the System.
7th. Consumptive Symptoms and Palpita
tion of the Heart.
Bth. Cough, with Phlegm in the Throat.
9th. Nervous Affection, and want of Sleep
10th. Loss of Appetite and Vomiting.
11th. Dizziness, Dimness of Vision, lind
Loss of sight.
12th. Headache and Staggering in walking,
with great weakness.
Out of the thousands of cases of Dyspepsia
that have used Dr. Wishart's Great American
Dyspepsia Pills, not one of them has failed
of a perfect cure. 'We warrant a cure in every
case, no matter if of twenty years' standing.
Sold by all druggists everywhere, and at Dr.
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Philadelphia, Pa. All examinations and con
sultations free of charge. Send for a circu
lar. Price $1 per box. Sent by mail, free of
charge, on receipt of money,
DYSPEPSIA, DYSPEPSIA, DYSPEPSIA.
I, Elusion' BusiisoN, of Brandywine,
Del., formerly of Old Chester, Del., do certify
that, for one year and a halt I suffered every
thing but death from that awful disease called
Dyspepsia. My whole system was prostrated
with weakness and nervous debility; I could
not digest my food; if I ate even a.cracker or
the smallest amount of food, it would return
just as I swallowed it; I became so costive in
my bowels that I would not have a passage in
less than from four and often eight days; un
lIEIT this immense suffering, my mind seemed,
entirely to give way. I had a dreadful horror
and evil forebodings.. I thought everybody
hated me, and I hated everybody; I could not
bear my husband nor my own children, every
thing appeared to be horror-stricken to me;
I had no ambition to do anything; I lost all
my love of family and home; I would ramble
and wander from place to place, but could not
be contented; I felt that I, was doomed to,
hell, and that there was no heaven for me,
and was often tempted to commit suicide,
so near was my whole nervous system de
stroyed, and also my mind from that awful
complaint, Dyspepsia, that my Mende thought
best to have me placed in Dr. Rirkbride's
hospital, West Philadelphia; I remained
there nine weeks, and thought I was a little
better, but in a few days my dreadful elm
plaint was raging as bad as ever. Hearing of
the wonderful cures performed by Dr. Wis,
hart's Great American Dyspepsia Pine and
his treatment for Dyspepsia,• my husband
called on Dr. Wishart and stated my case to
him. He said he had no doubt he could' cure
me. So in three days after I called and placed
myself under the Dodoes treatment, and in
two weeks I began to digest my food, and felt
that my disease was fast giving way, and I
continued to recover for about three months,
and at the present time I enjoy perfect health
of body and mind, and Imost sincerely return
my thanks to a merciful God and Dr. Wis
hart, and to his great American Dyspepsia
Pills and Pine Tree Tar Cordial that saved me
from an Insane Asylum and premature grave.
All persons suffering with Dyspepsia are at
liberty to call on me or write, as I am willing
to do all the good I can for suffering hu
manity. ELIZABETH BRANSON,
Brandywine, Del., formerly of Old Chester,
Delaware county, Pa.
7.30 A. X
315 .A. at.
5.58 A. at
Dn. WISHABT'S Office. No. 10 North Second
3.00 r. IL
.7.50 P. V.
Da. Wruiser—l have been a constant sufferer with
Dyspepsia for the last eighteen years, during which time
I cannot say I ever enjoyed a perfectly well day. There
were times when the symptoms were more aggravated
than at others, and then it seemed it would be a greet re
lief to die. I bad it all times an unpleasant feeling in my
head, but latterly my sufferings so much increased that
I became almost ?matter business of any kind; my mind
was continually filled with gloomy thoughts and fore-
bodings, and if I attempted to change their ourreat by
reading, at once a sensation of iey coldness In connection
with a dead weight, as it were, rested upon my brain;
also, a feeling of sickness would occur at the stomach, and
groat pain to my eyes, accompanied with which was the
continual fear of losing my reason. I also experienced
great lassitude, debility and nervousness, which made it,
difficult to walk by day or sleep at night. I became
averse to society, and disposed only to seclusion, and
having tried the skill'of a number of eminent phytricium
of venous schools, finally came to the conclusion that, for
this disease at my present age (45 years) there was no cure
in existence. But, through the interference of Divine
Providence, to whom I devoutly offer my thanks.-I at last
found a sovereign remedy in your Dyspepsia' Pills .and
Tar Cordial, which seem to have effectually removed d
read the last trace of sty long list of ailments and bed
feelings, and la their place health, pleasure and content.
meet are my everyday companions ,
JAMES X. SAUNDERS,
No. 453 North Second Street, Philadelphia,
Formerly of Woodbury, N. J.
Dr Wishart's Office No. 10 North Second 'street, Phila.:
A POSITIVE CURE FOR DYSPEPSIA.
HILAIL WHAT MR..loliCr H. BAHCOOH.
No. )028 OUVX STREET,
Philadelphia, January 22d, 1116/L
DR. Wisnamr—Sir:—lt is with much pleasure that I
am now able to inform you that, by the use of your great
American Dyspepsia Pills, I have been entirely cured of
that most distressing complaint, Dyspepsia I had been
gri‘ viously afflicted for the last twenty-eight years, and
fur ten years of that time have not been free from its
path one week at a time. I have had it Mita worst form
and have dragged on a most miserable existence—in pain
day and night. Every kind of food that I ate tilled me
with wind and intik it: mattered not how light, or how
small the quantity, A continued belching was sure to
follow. I had do appetite for any.kinds of meats what
ever and my distrers was so great for several months be
fore I heard of your Pills, that I frequently , wished for
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I had no faith In them. To my astonishment, I found
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box ' and after taking half a box, I am a well omit;; 41741
caneat anything I . wish, and enjoy 4 hearty meal three
times a day, without inconvenience from anything I eat
or drink. If you think proper you are at liberty to make
this public and refer to use. I Will cheerlblly give all de
sirable information to any one who may call on mo
- Yours, reapeCtfully, JOHN H. BABCOCK.
For sale at Dr. Wishart.s Medical Depot, No. 10 North
Second street, Philadelphia, Pa. Price One Dollar .per
box. Sent by mail, free of charge, on receipt of mice.
DYSPEPSIA I DYSPEPSIA
I, Samuel D. Haveo, have been h great adihrer with
Chronic Dyspepsia mid Inflammation of the Ridley, for
three years I employed three or four of the twat emi
nent physicians of Pldadelptday also of Burlington county,
N. J. They lid all for me they could, bat au ae aa par.
pose. I was constantly filled with awful paha and Ma
tra; and-with octoatetat belching of wind and met sold.
My tongue was covered with a stlte irortial If insets
tmtil it cricked in large foorows, And ' spui dfseMfadly
sore! Dh I I ofitimes whited Or dienth to /Wet
my sefloriese t for
,I had /eat as hop. 9f ever beteg seta
again. 2 made Ma =Vie of prayer to God that he
would direct ins Winne physician or medicine that
would care Me. .1 sins' told to read an advertisement of
Dr. Wishar's .Veri of Post cure
made upon Mr, John pallipaak, of 1 Olive street, Phila
delphia, by the Feat AMUR= Dyspepsia Pills. I went
to (ha Dodoes Moe, sad placed myself =dm b treat-
"THE UNION—NOW AND FOREVER."—Webster.
HARRISBURG, PA., TUESDAY EVENING, ELY 26, 1864
meat, and told him if he failed to cure me, it would be the
last effort I weutd make. • It has been six weeks since I
commenced the use of his medioine, and I aularow a well
man, free from all pain--and distress, and can eat three
hearty meals a day with comfort, and feel perfectly well
Dr. Wisbart, I want you to publish my case, as I want
every poor dyspeptic suffering no I was, tocall on mei and
I will tell them of the great cure I have received from
your invaluable medicine. SAMIJEL D. HAVEN.
Corner lirenange and Lambert streets near Richmond
street, formerly from Wrightstown, Burlington county,
The above are a few among the thousands which this
great remedy has saved froth an untimely grave.
We have thousands of letters from physicians and drug
gists who have prescribed and sold the Tar Cordial, saying
that they have never used or sold a medical which gave
such universal satistaction.
Prepared only by tho proprietor,
DR. L Q. C. WISIIART,
No. 10 North Second street, Philadelphia, Pa.
Sold by Druggists everywhere. SmjylB-end-dkir
DISEASES RESULTING FROM
DISORDERS OF THE LIVER
AND DIGESTIVE ORGANS,
ABE 'ODIUM BY
THE GREAT STRENGTHENING TONIC,'
E Bitters have peaned DKr CAMS;
ESE and do give better satisfaction; have more tea-
Utnony ; have more respectable people to vouch for them
than any other article in the market.
We defy any one to contradict this assertion, and will
pay $l,OOO to any one that will produce a certificate pub
lished by us that is not genuine. Holland's German Blt
tem, will cure every case of Chronic or Nervous Debility,
Diseases of the Kidneys, and diseases arising front a dis
ordered stomach. Observe the following symptoms, re
sulting from the disorders of the digestive organs: Con
stipation, Inward Piles, Fullness of Mood to the head,
Acidity of the Stomach, Nausea, Heartburn, Disgust' for
Food, Fullness or weight in the Stomach, SourKructations,
Sinking or fluttering at the pit of the stomach, Swimming
of the head, Hurried and difficult breathing, Fluttering at
the heart, Choking or suffocating sensations when in a
lying posture, Dimness of vision, Do. Moe webs before the
sight Fever and dull pain in the head, Deficiency or pers
piration, Yellowness of the skin and eyes, Pain in the aide,
back, chest, limbs, Sudden flushes 'of heat, Burning
In the flesh, Constant imaginations of evil, and great de
pression of spirit&
Remember that this Uteri Is not alcoholic, contains no
rum or whisky, and can't make - drunkarda, but la the
best Tonic in the world. •
READ wuo akts so
From the Rev. Levi. G. Beck, Pastor of the Baptist,
Church, Pemberton, N. J., formerly of the North Baptist -
• * * * • * * * * * •
I have known Boodland's German Bitters thvombly for
a number of years. I have used them in my 9" faa4Yl'
and him bean so pleased with their effects Butt I was in-*
dated to recommend them to many others, and knbw'tbat
they have %Oat& in a strikingly bonencdal manner. ; I
take great pleasure in thus publicly proclaiming this
fact, and hailing the attention of those sillicied with the
diseases for which they are recommended to theist 'Bit
ters, knowing from experience that my reeetemendation'
will b. sustained. I do this more cheerfully as Hoof
land,a Bitters is intended to benefit the 'elided, and .
"not a rum drink." Tours truly. •_.
From Rev. J. Newton Brown, D. D. Editor of the En
cyclopedia of Religious Knowledge and Christian Chroni
Although not disposed to favor or recommend Faterit
Xehicines in general, through distrust of thetringrolients
and affects, I yet know of no sufficient *reasons why ' a_
man may not testify to the benefits he believes himself to
have received from any simple preparation, in tile hope
that he may thus contribute to the benefit of others.
I do this the more readily in regard to Hoofiand'a Ger
man Bittern, prepared by Dr. C. X Jackson, of this city
because I was prenidiced against them for many. years,
under the impression that they were chiefly an alcoholic
mixture. lamindebted to my friend, Robert Shoema
ker, Esq., for the removal of this prejudice by proper
teats, and for encouragement to try them when suffering
from great and long continued debility. The vac of
three bottles of these Bitters at the beginning of the
present year, was followed by evident relief and restora
tion to a degree of bodily and mental vigor which I had
not for six months before, and bad almost despaired of
regaining. I therefore thank God and my friend for di
recting me to the use of them.
J. NEWTON BROWN, Fbilada
From Rev. Warren Randolph, Pastor of Baptist--
Church, Germantown, Penn.
Dr. C. X Janke:mu—Des' r - Sin—Personal experlepoe
enables me to say that I regard the German Bitters, pre
pared byyou, as a most excellent medicine. - In cues of
severe cold and general debility I have been greatly bone
fitted by the use of the Bitters. and doubt not the will
produce similar effects on others.
Yours truly WARRHN RANDOLPH,
Prom Bev. J. IL Tumor, Pastor of Redding IL R
Dr. C. Id. Jackson:—Dear Mr—Having need your Ger.
MBA Bitters in my family frequently I am prepared to any
that it has teen of great aerates. I Where that in moat
mane of general debility' of the system it is the safest and
most vahmble remedy of which I have any knowledge.
Yours, respectfully J. IL TURNER,
No. 726 N. Nineteenth sliest.
From the Rey. J. M. Lynes, formerly Paator of the
Columbus (N. J.) and MilestoWn (Pa.) Baptist.
' Nay Itomnum Y.
Dr. G. Ii Jacksion:---Dear feel it a pleasure thus;
of my own accord, to bear testimony to the, excellence of
the German Bitters. Some years, 1040 being mach at
Rioted with Dyspepsia, I used them with very bbnelleial
remelts. I have often reciorrunended their' to *n em eti
feebled by that tormgating• diaeaso, and have hoard froM
them the most flattering testimonials as to their great
value. In cases of general debility, I believe it to be a
tonic that cannot be surpassed. .7.'lk LYONS.
From the Rev Thomas'Winter, Pastor of Bo:thorough
Baptist Church. •
Dr. Jackson; - Deer Sir.-4 felt it due te, your mei
lent preparation; Hoofland German Bitters, to add my
testimony to the deeerved reputation it has obtained. I
have for years, at times, been troubled with great disorder
in my heal and nervous system. I was advised by a
Mond to try a bottle of your German Bitters; did so, and
have experienced great and unexpected relief; my health
bas been very materially 'benefitted; I confidently recent:-
mend the article where I meet with ewes similar to lot
and have been assured by many' of their good ef
• T. WINTER, Ruben:nib., Pa.
From Rev. J. S. Herman, of the German Reformed
Church, Kutztown, Berke county. Pa.
Dr. C. Jackson:—lbmpeoted Sir :—I have been
troubled with Dyspepsia nearly twenty years, and have
never used any medicine that did me as much peed as
Hoolland's Bittern. lam very much Improvedin health,
after having taken five:attics. ar•
Terra with respect, 3. S. BaLtilaN.
Large Sin (holding nearly double quant4,) $1 00
. per bottle--half dos 14 00
Small Size-46 cents per bottle---liaß doi. 4 OR
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WRAPPER of each bottle. .
Should year IMP* dractiat not barb the article. do
not be Fut of by any et" the tatemeating preparation. that
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Raven% isourely picked, b 7 °Waft
IrenMee and Manullestery,
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JONES & EVANS,
Suessurs to C. X. .filektowie
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sale by Drueelate and Mahn In evelni/Sdawly ry tens In the
Copperheittisim. on Seinnies 9 De-
The New York News, certainly the vilest
Copperhead sheet in the United States; while
it evidently Axle bpd oven the destruclion of
the pirate Alabama, glorifiLs her commander,
Semmes, to a wonderful degree. From its
editorial columns of Wednesday last we'make
the following extracts:
The fate of the Alabama will be a theme for
admiration with .friend and foe, and we ven
ture to prophesy that many a pen that has
been active in denouncing her career, will ac
knowledge a certain sublimity in its close.
The commercial welfare and the naval repu
tation of the Noith are certainly most behold
en to the comniander of the Kearsarge and
his subordinates, for their successful efforts to
destroy this formidable enemy. But they
"have scotched:the snake; not killed it,"
The happy star of Semmes watched over
him after the last plank sank beneath him.
lie, too, escaped capture. The romantic at
tributes of the fight off Cherbourg harbor,
,and its thrilling denouement will but serve
to add to ,his renown, and popularity with
friends of the South.
'There is more•eekt at
tached to his name by the circumstances of
his defeat than by the long list of his suc
cesses. A public dinner was tendered him
immediately upon his arrival at Southampton
after the engagement. The finale of the Ala
bama's remarkable career will attract public
attention and enlist public sympathy in Eng
land; Capt. Semmes will be lionized, feted
and encouraged. We doubt not that " before
long a second Alabama will be at his com
This may be set down as thegeneral feeling
. the Peace Deinocrany in all quarters.
Other joninals of. the party may not dare to
speak so openly, bat the sentiment is the
same wherever the organization exists. We
doubt not a fund could be raised among the
traitors of the North to fit out another pirate
for the Southern free hooter, provided-he shall
escape the clutches of the Government at the
present time. That, question has, however,
first to be settled.
How a Union Soldier Died.
Quenon," of the Boston Journal, de
sctibei the death of Edward M. Schneider,'
57th Massachusetts regiment, son of Dr.
Schneider, the venerable American Mission
ary at Aihtab; Turkey. ' Young Schneider left
Philips' Academy, Andover, to enlist. He
was only seventeen years old. On the march
from A)mapolis, he,, though but seventeen
yearli- 'old, and unaccustomed to Isidship,
kept his place in the ranks, not once falling
out, from the encampment by the waters of
the Chesapeake to the Rapidan. He was
wounded on the North Anna, and was
sent to Port Royal for transportation to Wash
ington, but, of his own accord, returned to
his regiment, joining at Cold Harbor. While
..preparing for the charge on the enemy's
works on the 17th, beyond the Dunn House,
he said to the captain, "I intend to be the
first one to enter their works."
LEVI Q. BECK.
The charge was made. How grandly they
moved Lthrough the woods ! How quickly
they swept up to the Rebel line of defensive
works, like an ocean billow upon a break
water, rolling over it, engulphing all beyond!
The brave - young soldier tried to make good
his words. With eager feet he led the ad
vance, breaking out from the line and keep
ing a rod or two in advance. He was almost
not quite, almost near enough to feel
the hot flash of the Rebel musketry in his
face; near enough to be Covered with the sul
phurous clouds from the cannon, when he
fell, shot through the body. He was carried
to the hospital, with six hundred and fifty of
his division comrades. He lay all night with
his wound undressed, waiting his' turn.—
There was not a murmur from his lips. The'
chaplain looked at his wound. . '
"What do you think of it?" Seeing that it
was mortal, he could not articulate a reply;
neither could he restrain his tears. He re
membered the last injunction - 'of the young
soldier's older sister, "I commit him to . your
care." The young hero interpreted the mean
ing of the tear, that his wod.' was mortal.
"Do not weep," be said, "itis God's will. I
wish you would write to my' father, and tell
him I have triedlci do my dutYtd my, country
and to God!" He disposed of his effects,
giving ten dollars to the Oltristitui Commis
mon, twenty dollats to the AmeriCan Board,
and trifles to his friends. Then; in the sim
plicity of his heart, he said: "I have a good
many friends, schoolmates and companions.
They will !ant to know. where I am; how I
am getting. on., You can let them know I am
gone, and. that content. And, Chaplain,
the boys in the regiment, I want you to tell
them to stand by the dear old flag. And there
is my brother in the navy; write to 'him and
tell him to stand by the flag,ltnd cling to the
eross of Christ." .
The surgeon came and examined the wound.
"It is my duty to tell you that you will soon
go hodie,".lte said. "Yes, doctor, I am go
ing home. lam not afraid to die. I don't
know - how the valley will be when I get to it,
but it ilt all bright now." - Then gathering up
his waning strength; he' tepeated the verses
, often swig by the soldiers, Whb, amid all the
whirl and excitement of the camp and battle
field, never forgot those whom they haveleft
behind them—mother,ksister, father, brother.
Calmly, clearly, distinctly, he repeated the
lines—the chorus of the song;
"Soon with angels I'll be marching,
With bright laurels on my brow;
I have-for my country fallen,
Who will care for sister now?"
The night wore away. Death came on
"space. Re suffered intense pain, but not a
murmur escaped hiS lips. Sabbath morning
came, and with the coming of light he passed
The Democracy Alliance with
[Frontihb tßiclimorid Examiner,, July 21.]
Looking casnallYcaver an article of a New
York Democratic 'patter, and finding this
phrase—" The Union of the .Demociacy 'to
drive the vandal hosts from the 'capital never
gave a richer promise of success than -at the
present writing"—one might infer that the
article referred to the confederate '
at Silver Sprin& under the title of "vandal
hosts," and that it was calling upon its Demo
crats to rally and March to the defence of
Washington and the Goverment against the
audacious "rebels.' But no; on looking
further yon find that the vandal hordes which
this paper desires to see &rivet from 'the capt
,tal are no other than Lincoln and Seward,
and the Republican otticoholders and eon-
PRICE TWO CENTS.
tractors. It has even . g,.ood hope of seeing this
good work soon Rained through; for it adds:
"The sTioddy hordes see clearly, as did the
guilty Belshazzar, that they have been weighed
in the balance and found wanting."
Now it is a singular coincidence that abut
the time of the appearance of this article one
Harry Gilmor (if such, indeed, be the name
of the raider) was before Washington, .en
deavoring, or at least wishing, to accomplish
that tall I)l:Wines's which the New York News
so much desid.erates----namely, the driving of
the vandal hosts and shoddy hordes away
from the capital. The concurrence of tPne
and apparent unity of purpose between tiles°
Yankee Democrats and our . Confederates---
both being extremely deairous tddrive out of
Washington its present occupants—cannot
fail to suggeM at least the possibility of a
species of alliance between the Gonfederricy
and the Deznocrats to effect a reatat
they both so vehemently wish for. It is f l aw
that alliance would have to.be most carefully
guarded on our side. It should bear afloat
strictly the character of aid given by a foreign
nation to a revoNtion.
Latest from Sherman
THE BATTLE OF FRIDAY.
OUR LOSS LESS THAN TWO THOUSAND.
REBEL LOSS SEVEN THOUSAND.
No Official Report of the,Occfi
pation ok Atlanta.
Wsairpramow, July 25
A dispatch received to-day from ehin. Shier
man states that his loss in the battle of Bri
day last was less than 2000, while that of the
enemy cannot be less than 7000, owing to the
advantage Sherman took of their effort, to
turn his left column. There is no official in
formation to show our forces have entered
NEW ISSUE OF TREASURY NOTES
They An Payable`in Thne 'fears from Aligns
WAtauxuaros, July. 25,
Se9retiuy Feasenden, 'under authority of
the act of Congress of ;ewe last, to issue an
amount not exceeding 000,000,000 in Tres
sury notes, 49,,, has today given notice that
subscriptions will,be received Iby the Treasu
rer of the 'United %totes, the several assistant
treasurers and., designated depositaries, and
by the national banks Alesignated anti quali
fied as depositariec, awl financial agents, for
Treasury notes, payable. three yaws from Au
gust 15, 1861, bearing interest at the rate of
7 3-10 per cent. per annum; with semi-amnia
coupons attached, payable in lawful money.
These notes will be convertible, at.the op
tion of the holder, at maturity. into 6 per
gold-bearing bonds, redeemable after Auguit
15, 1867. The notes will be issued in denomi
nations of fifty, one hundred, one thousand,
and five thousand dollars and in blank, or
payable to order, as may be direeted by the
subscribers. All subscriptions must be for
.fifty dollars or some,multiple offifty dollars.
Interest will be Allowed to August 15th:on all
deposits made prior, to that' date, and paid by
the Department upon receipt of the original
As the notes draw interests from August
15th, persons making deposits subsequent_ to
that date must pay the intereskaccmed fmin
the date of the notes to Ante dePosit-
Parties depositing, $20,000 and upwards for
dame notes at any ene time, will be allowed a
commission of ono,quArter of one per cent;,
which will be paid by the Treasury Depart
ment upon .receipt of a bill for -the amount,
certified to by the officer with .whom the &I
posit was made. ; le dednotions for commie
non must be made from the deposits.
No Fight Between the tears:up:, and 'Florida
PART= Porta, N. "C" July 25.
The steamer Belgiis, from Liverpool on
the 14th inst. and 'Londonderry on the ; 15th,
passed thiaphice at noon for Quebec. The
Hansa arrived at Southampton on the 15th
Sales of cotton at Liverpool for the week
130,000 bales, including 36,000 to - speculators
arid 24,000 to exporters. Prices Intge ad;
vaned 4d to ld per pound. Middling Or
learns is quoted at 311 d. Breadatuffs quiet
and steady. Provisions firm and advancing !
Lolmori, July 15.—Consols closed at 901(4
90,1 for money. The bullion in the bank of
England has decreased 23,900 lbs.
Dano-German affairs remain unchanged.
The reported engagement between the,
Kearsarge and Florida, off Jersey, needs;con
firmation. It is false as•regards the Kearsarge,
which vessel is cruising off DoVer. It may,
have been the gunboat Sacramento,which
has left Cherbourg.
The ship Clementine, from Brititol, has
been abandoned at see.
markets by Telegraph..
• .Parr ramrant,,July 25.
Trade continues dun in all, departments.
Clorerseed is wanted at $10; timothy at S 4 60
and flaxseed at $3 75.. Cetton is steady at
160. The flour market is unchanged, and
only 1,000 bbls. extra family sold at *lO BO@
$ll. Receipts are light. Nothing doing, in
rye flour or corn meal, and _comparatively
little doing of either here. There is, bat a
small amount of. wheat offering, but th e tuP•
ply is ample forthi demand. 13mall sales of
red at $2 5002 68, and white at S 2 6602 70.
Rye commands $1 80(34 81. Corn is steady,
with ,tales: of ;yellow at . S 1 73; and. twhite
$1 79. Cultof areeteadY 490 can* Ju...llr.co
°bikes and provisions the transaotiOns are un
important. Whisky is dull and lower; small
Went S 1 7801 80.
S Tl4l. i•PAIBTINI OFFICE,
AinieFrigb' itingiDAiLlT TELtaGRAPH.
Tbefollowing are the rates M. advertising to *erase.
awls Tbirselia*Warivertisingto do will tnd - t am
soden War rebottles.
Four lines oripas constitute one-ball" square. r..lght
lin it:r ee orneare than Ibbt oonatitute a square.
NU GO KVA=
One day •. $ 0 0
Two days ..
Three dap ..,
Oue week 2 2$
One month 600
Two months 9 00
Three reegttui. ..... U 00
Efix menthe.— ... 11 0
One year ..-26 0
*703 • KALI? KUM
One 4ai $ 30
Two days 30
Clos weak.... ..... . . 106
One month 800
Two ameba - 460
Three months. 6 60
Six semalur 8 00
011. year 16 00
Marriage Notteee 76
tuditor'a Notices 1 50
Funeral Notices each inaartion_ .—., 4 - -- 6 9
fifirMiteinela notices marled it tbe fecal dotsons, or
before Marriages aid Deaths, Nam 'CEng rat Lori for
TO THE EDITOR. OF THE WHIG
PETEBM:MG, July 19
The editors of the Richmond and Petersburg
papers have been making fun of the declara
tion of the Northern press that Grant would
soon startle the country with "another bril
liant exploit." Do you suppose that Grant
has kept fifty thousand men in complete idle
ness for six weeks, or fancy that his whole
time has been occupied in fortifying himself
and organizing raids? If so, you will find
yourselves vastly mistaken, and that within a
very 'tew days.
In, what manner I came into possession of
the facts which I am about to narrate is not
material. Suffice it to say, they are facts, as
time will prove. Perhaps a few - hours 'may
bring the dreadful realization. I tremble to
think of it.
Know, then, our loved Cockade city will
soon be, if it is not at this ,very moment,
thoroughly undermined. Grant, far from
being content to blow up the "rebel fortifica
tions," has determined to destroy the entire
city, as by a tremendous blast from the infer
nal regions. In a single instant every Wild
ing in the principal streets of Petersburg will
be lifted on high and scattered to the four
winds of heaven. Yon may laugh at this, but
it is so. My informant has seen a diagram of
the mines, which, when completed, will ex
tend the length of Bolingbrook, Bank, Syca
more and Old streets, and perhaps as-far as
the old Fair grounds, on the south of the city.
"This is incredible and impossible on the
face of it," yon will say. Very you are
welcome to your opinion. But you will be
good enough to tell me what feat ever at
tempted with the pick and spade the Yankees
have failed to execute; and will you explain
to me the meaning of Grant's long inaction?
I tell you thid is no canard—would that it
were---but a plain statement of facts, pro
cured by me from an entirely reliable source.
" Why do I not make my statement to Gen
* oral Lee, or print it in the Express ?" you will
naturally inquire. I answer frankly, because
General Lee would rebuff me (at least I think
so,) and because the Express refuses posi
lively to admit me to its columns. Many of
your readers will fancy that I have been
dreaming; but I can assure them that I ern in
my waking senses, never more so in my life,
and sincerely desirous, by this timely warn
ing, of averting one of the most awful caters •
trophes that ever befel an afflicted people.
Yon can publish this or not, just as you
choose. Respectfully, .
CHAS. L BROWIiTt •
New York Bank Statement.
Naw Yoar, July.%
Statement of the condition of the New
York banks for the week ending July . 25:
Loans, decrease, $8,000,000; specie, decrease,
$200,000; circulation, $67,000: deposits, $B,-
Appointment of .an Assistant U.
WAAMINGTOIS, July 25.
Moses Taylor has been appointed Assistant
Treasurer of the United )gtales at New York,
in place of Mr. Cisco, whose continued ill
health compels him to resign.
Philadelphia Stock Market.
PHILA.DELPEILL, July 26
Stocks dull; Penn'a s's, 101 i; Reading rail
road, 66k; Morris canal, 97; Long Island, 48;
Pennsylvania railroad; 75.3; exchange on New
NEW ADVERTISEIVIE.N TS.
SELLING OUT LOW !
OUR STOCK OF. LIQUORS!
IVEintend to discontinue the sale of Li
quart and offer our dock at a very small advance
front rest price. We have gardened alrour Liquors ;bo
rers the last rise and have a largo stock on hand for three
or four years, which are guaranteed cannot be purchsoNl
now at any price from the importers. ,
Ott stook oonsiits of
of sal grades. - ' --
igirWe have parts of Three barrels pure RYK, not
eakwed, and 10 deems above proof, 23; years old.
WES of all GRidoo Domostk "aad.lmpirted.
13 'IRC ror 113
We have pert of 3,1' cask . HEN - NESS - EY BRANDY,
to which we Invite the partionlar attention of famines for
The Brandy cannot be bought to-day, from importers,
less than 1 - . 16 per gallon. We will sett it for 812 per gal
SCOTCH AND- ENGLLSIE ALES,
' • . CHAMPAGNE WWI'S,
• °LASKI'S, AC.
We Invite the ~ .peaton of Hotel Keepers and Liquor
Merchants generally, as we intend to sell, without re
serve, all our Liquors, and this will be a good oppol,u
-nlty for beware&
PEIPHER'S DAILY LINE
BETWEEN PHILADE LPHIA,
Lock Maven, Jersey Shore, Vidhamsport, MUD
ey, Uniontown, Mratsontown,
Lewisburg, Northumberland, Sun
• bury, Triverton, Georgetown,
' AND HARRISBURG.
The Rattlelphla De - Pot being' centrally Wend, the
*pie wiabe at the lowest rates. The Conductor-toes
through with each train to attend to the lode dellyary;of
Mt goods Intrtuited is the Una Clciods delivered at Milo de.
FREED, NAM) FREED, 811 Market Meat
WA, by 5 o'clock r. Y , Wlll be , delivered in Ea
ilibiUS I,W next awning.
D'rlight. Always as Low as by Any Other
JOE. 'MONTGOMERY & C 0.,,
Philadelphia and Reading . bepot,
root of Market street, Harrisburg
NEW LIQUOR,. STORE.
IMP°RTANT TO LANDLORDS AND
OTHERS.—The undersigned offers at uticlesak, to
the trade, choice lot of the kart liquors ever brought. to
Harrisburg, viz'l'nosekßrendies Holiculd C.
frisk, Hestrboo, Wheat and' ow Rye Whidtgi
end D°l6-c }tries, such wradortiodf^
All" uonors warranted, as representad, dads
add Ahem w'tli lad tt to their advantage to. all and 91-
amine tho assortment at the store, on South Second
Ariel, two doors below Chostaut. • -
WEISS OBACKERS.—Boston• Wins
cat* Damn Milk Bletatts, Boston Butter Bis
cuits, Boma Oyster °mike* tkosion Plo-fitc.ersakciro,
Tomos Better Cretan, juatai .
1,18 BOYER it KOEitka.
crIDER VINEGAR.—Pure Cider Vinegar
OM be bought by the barnil or small quantity, at
is . FOYER to KOBRPEY.
SHLSLER & FRAZER