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MORN-13 7 9 - 4ND .B...Viik-aray:7
BY GEORGE It R.IL NE R.
orncla TRIBV - 82; BNAIir.WALN7TZ
'TERMS OF SUBSGRITTION.
i:Aur TILEGILAPIIL 48 oerved. to flutaarribers In the
city at 12 (TWA. per Week. Yearly spheutbers will be
charged 4G 00 in advance. Those person 2 who negleetto
pay lu adrenee will be charged. $7 00. . ,
WEEKLY TKLEVRAI4I, ' •
Ns reLTORAPII &LSO lipbllolo weekly, and is far his licd
anlize.ribere at the following cash rates:
Binglo copies, weekly.... ....... bO
Three copies to one Post Oale.„ .. . .. 4 00
Ten exit i , ?1; to one Post Ofiloe . 10 OD
DISENSF,6 RESTrIgLNG FROM
DISORDERS OF THE LIVER
AN D DIGEWNVE OR GANS.
ARE CIILED DY
THE GREAT STRENGTHENING TONIC,
THESE Bitters have performed more mires;
here mar du give better el:whir:um:en; have more tea.
thuuny ; have mum rwpremble people to vouch for them
Limb auy other article in the market.
We defy auy one to contradict this assertion, and will
pay $4OOO to any une that will produce a certificate pub.
Weed by ua that to out tottukno. klifiland's German
tern, will cum ovary saw u 1 UMW& or Nervous Debility,
Name,* of the ,Kidneys, and MotatwaS arienig from a
Ordered atoioact. Oloor . ve the. full aytuptoMs, et.
Saluug trod, titeodiratwa the diguative organic Con-
Ertmattoth itmaFtl Pi/ea, Follows of Blood coital() head;
Acidity ot the Stomach s Nausea, &mother% Magnin for
Food, teuitutay or *eastit tu the Stomach, Sour /iruetattoea,
Blueing to nuttarlog ai the pit ul the atotWich, SolutuoUg
01 the Maul, flurried and dulicult breathing, FlettOttue, as
the bean, ChuainAi ur salloutawa, 41-noontime when in a
lying poster; Doipwas VI maw, Dot., of cube bolero the
algid ) e'irvoi auu dull paw tu the Maul, puttelettuy, of pone
ptrattett, Yonoealeea ol the ektu two oyez, Paw to ltip side,
back, cheat, Melia, so. soda,* iluidiee of heat, ,Burning
in the dealt, Constant Su.,
01 evil, and grout_de•
pressant of aptrtta.
Remember Wet Wis Bitters is not alcoholic, contains no
nun or whisky, .and can't make drunkards, but is the
ben Toaio tu.the world.
RXAD SAYS N.)
'from thelei, :LAM G. Beek, Pastor of the :Baptist
Church, Phruhatelf, tv.l:, formerly or the North •Baptist
Church, Philadelphia, -
I have known Hooßand's German Bitters favorably for
a number el years. I have used them in my own rustily'
and have been so pleased with tfleuellects that I was in
duced to mixounitnal them to many others, and know that
they have operated us a eltriknig* beneflcial manner. I
take grim. 'immure mu thus publicly prechtimung this
fact, and calling the tAtelitlUlt wl those afflicted with the
diseases tur minds they are reyattlituellduit to 4//086 Bit,
tern, Kliovalig lawn experience Mat my recinumeadazion
will be euatzuneti I du altld more cheenully as Hoof.
Isuad'a Bitten , as intended to henna the afflicted, and' Is
"tot a rum drink." Yours. truly.
From Rev. J. Newton Brown, D. D. Editor of the Diu
cyclopedia of Bolhilous Knowledge and Christian Chroni
cle, Plitialielphia. •
Although out disposed to favor or recommend Patent
Mehitaues iu general, through distrust of their ingredients
and edema, I yet know of no sufficient reasons
Man may nut testily to the benefits he believes himself to
have received from any simple preparation, in the hope
that he way thus coutttibute to the benefit of others.
I do this the wore readllyln regard to Hoofland's Gar
milli Raters, prepared by Dr. a Sl. Jackson, of this city_
boeuuse I was prejudiced against them for many years;
tinder the Impression that they were chiefly an alcoholic
mixture. lam indebted to my friend, Robert Shoema
ker,Eaq., for the removal of this prejudice by proper
tons, and for encouragement to try them when suffering
Prom great and long-continued dobtlity. The use, of
three bottles of these Bitters at the beginning of the
present year, was followed by evident relief sod restora
tion to a degree of bodily and mental vigor which I had
not for am mouths before, and had almost despaired of
regaining. I therefore thank God and my friend for di
recting me to the use of then,.
J. NEWTON BROWN, Philada.
From Rec. 'Warren Randolph, Pastor of Baptist
Church, Germantown, Penn.
O. M. Jani:uon:—Dear Sir;:—Poreonal experience
enabler me to esy that I regard tligr German Bitter., pre
pared by yon, as a must excellent inedauene. lu eases of
severe cold and general debility I nave been greatly bone-
Sued by the toe of the /Idiom and doubt not, they mil
produce eunilar elleote on others.
From itev. J. S. Punter, ,1 - 1,01. of Heading SI, 2*
Dr. C. H. Jacknou:—Dar Sir :—Having used your Ger
man Bitter. in my Minh) frequently 1 stn tarupartaal to 84
Mat It sea been of wait tiervtota. I txdiuve that in mean
Mind Of ifounrill dohluty of the system at as the safeet and
meat valuable remedy of which 1 have any hum& audio.
Yours, reapuotfully J. D. rutiNsit,
No. 726 N. Nineteenth street.
firms the Rev. J. M. Lyons, fornsorty Pastor Of - ,tha
Cionunbus (N. J.) and IfilosLown (Ps..) lloptzst Churviien •
NEW Ruenatma, N. Y.
Dr. O. N. Jackson:-Dear Sir :—I feet it upleaeure time,
of my owe accord, to.near testimony to the mtlioll.lllW of
the Oilman Bittern Some
since being mitch- at
toed with Dianepata, I used Own with very tootenotal
results. I hate often recommended them to persona en.
fecaled by thattormenting diseascotud have hoard Dem
them the moat nattering teatimoniale tie to their great
value. In mace of general &Wily, I believe it to be a
tonic that cannot 39 surnmaied. J. M. LYONS'
From the Rev paoMca Whitor, Pastor of Relborouila
Raptua Omar:. ' ' •
Dr. jaUkAni.--Bear felt it due to your excel,
Lent prvpitrattub, Elooliaact - Pertmua Ulttore,
todbiziony to the deeerved rePtIGULlub it Lag. ü bt 4 meit.'"f
have for years, at Untie, been. troubled With great ttiAtnkTe ‘ t .
in my head end uerVull2 elysiera....;l. was advi,vd' .a
friend to try a bottle of your German Eliueru, ttal so, and
Lave impede/wed great anti tlntibpocted relief . , my health'
has been very cuatentilly beiiet tad. I coubtleutly recoin,
mend the article where I 'uAgt with rases similar to my
own, and have teen iskirell by many of their good ef
fects. Res Peetfuliyimura,
T. P.MTFSK, Roxboro4h, : 4 •
From Rev. J. S. Rermea,' of - the German Refbrixred,
Church, Kutztown, - Berke cotiny, Pa. • -
Dr. C. it Jaciteont—feaficeted Sir:—l have been
troubled With Dyspopsiti nearly twenty years, and 'hallo
Dover used any medicine that did me as much ~ g ood
Roolland's Bitten. lam very Oulu* improved In health
arum having taken five bOttlefi; .
Irmo with teapot, 3. a HERMAN
L a t ge gl ee fieg i baig Toney double quantity,) $1 00.
pet butthe--ha d0t......
&hail Ado-75 cents per bOttle—hair doz._ ..... .. 4 ioo
• BEW ALF 9F CAJUNTERF FATS
See that the signature of . 4 91, hi. JACKSON I"
is -on. the
WRAPPER of each _
Should your nearest Urugglst.`not: bare the article, do
not tw• put op tty_any Lpal.W4i,tlYn Prt , • •
mar henfferedirlta,• ace, nt sone to tis, .and we
forwardoleaurety 'by express.
Pruteipal Office and Manullictory,
• . JONES efritilt,,
• ' tumemrs to v. m. Jalksoft'd
Rot. pale by
Druggists and Dealers LA livery town In the
VOW ilidet eirlo4l/arly
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BY GEORGE BERGNER.
Peansylvania Rail Itqad
SPRING TIPLE TABLE.
FIVE TRAINS DAILY TO AND FOUR
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 140 A . M. and arrives at *en Philadelphia at 0.65 a. it.
FAST LENE leaves Barnebiirg daily (except Monday) at
6.00 a. it., and arrives at Weat Philadelphia at 10.10 a. K.
Passengers take bre:Maki at Lancastee.
MOUNT JOY ACCOMMODATION, leaves Harrisburg -at
7.2.0 e. r., connects at Lancaster with Lancaster atom
modation train, and' and arrives at West Philadelphia at
12.28 e. r. _
CuLUMBIA ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, leaves Harris
burg at 12 20 p. Columbia 1.55 P. at, and arrires at
Lancaster 2.80 r. at. ; connecting with at.
Mall east at
Lancaster for Philadelphia, and arrives at West Philadel
phia at 5.80 F.M.
MAIL TRAIN leaves Harrisburg at 1.20 r. B.; Lancaster
at 2.47 r N. , and arrives at Weatrittladelphla at 5.30 e. at
HARRISBURG ACAX)SIMODATION TRAIN, vla Celnin
bta, leaves Harrisburg at 545 f, and arrives at West
Phllactelplita at 10.50 e. si.
BALTIMORE EMPRESS TRAIN leaves Harrisburg daily
(except Monday) at 2.10 s. Altoona, 7.35 A. is., take
.broattlast, dud arrives at Pittsburg2.3o P. at
.-::PHILADELPHIA EXPRESS TRAM 1
daily at 3.10 Altoorta at 8.'20 a. at., take breakfast,
and arrives at Pittsburg at 1.00 r. at.
BAIL TRAIN leaves Harrisburg at .1,30 r. ad ; Altoona
at 7.15 P. at., take,supper.. and arrives at Pittsburg at 1 1 30
FAST LINE leaviiiiirrisburg at 3.50 r. x. ; Altoona at
234 3.11., take supper, and arrives at Pittsburg at (00
MOUNT JOY ACCOMMODATION leaves Lancaster _at
0.80 a. &Alves at - giirriatirg at IL 10 a. it.
HARRISBURG AtAXIMRGUATIUN TRAIN leaves West
Pluladelphla at 2.46 it a. , aad arrival; at-Harrisburg at 8./0
MOAN' JOY ACCOIMODATION No. 2, leaves Lanais.
ter at 6.26 connecting there with Gamsburg Accom
modation Wm% leaves Mount Joy at 7.00 P. Y. and arrives
at Harrisburg at 8.20 v. ar.
DA.7,MML D. YOUNG,
Age Middle Dra , Pten'ii S AL
Harrisbur • , May 18, 1884.-dt:
Nort - hern Central. Railway
siuninum TIDIES TABLE.
TO AND MOM
ConnectiOns made with trains on Pennsylvania Railroad,
to and from Pittsburg and the West.
THREE TRAINS DAILY to and-hem the North and
West Stanch Suaqueliatma, Elmira, and , all of Northern
New Yoqt, .
I - I N and. dler • MONDAY;. MAY 16tb„ 1864,
V the Pease_ pop
,TratneofAlte _N•citiii,!eak m ora
aaaway .will arrive ‘ itt aim aspen irODil ALUM
Baltimore as follow;, .
NAIL TRAIN leaves Sunbury, daily (=rapt
Sunda. •' _10.26 A. m.
" • leaven Harrhibarg L2O P.
" arrive; at .Baltimore...... 6.40 P. m
EXPRESS TRAIN leavasSanbury daily (except
11.46 P. N.
" leaves Harrisburg (except
Monday) 2.60 A. IL
6, arrives at Baltimore daily
HARRISBURG A ItiTlONleaves Her.
ACCOMHOD.MON. - lenves Sun
bury 04 . (except Sun
N 103% `R
-H IV A D
MAIL MAIN leaves Baltimore daily (except
Sunday) • 9.20 A. it.
" leaves, Harrisburg 1.36 P.
arrives at Sunbury
EXPRESS TRAlN•leaves Baltimore daily
". - 'arrives at Harrisburg..
leaves Harrisburg daily (ex
cept Honday) ..... , alb
.4 arrives at Sunbury . • Itk • .. 3.53 a. x.
HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION kayos Bal.
timer' , daily ~ ..!ampt Bun.
unveil at Bardsburg..—..
SUNBURY ACCOMMODATION leaves Mania
burg daily (except Sunday)
at 4.00 P. M.
For farther information apply at the Oboe, tikrettawl-
TRIMS Railroad Depot...•- - -J. N. DoBARRY,- -
Harrienurg, 4ay.18,1fi84 dtf Gen. Supt.
NEW AIR LINE ROUTE.
THRICE TRAINS DAILY TO FEW YORK
lAN AND . AFTBIL MONDAY, November
18th, 13611, the Pasowiger Trains will leave the Phila.
delpaia and •Readieg Railroad Depot, at Harrisburg, for
Rely 'fork and Philadelphia, as tolkowikviz :
EXPRESS LINE leaves .Hanisbuig oat GAO d w.,-ini.er
rirvlvr the Peuwivlinia. Railroad Empress
Wes!, arriving in New York * 1.45 a., A-sieving. oar
awacheCtO the train Ihroegh ittin flitting without
Ha& TRAIN leaves Harrisburg at 8.00 A. Y. , arriving
niNew York at &SO e. n, and. Philadelphia at 1.60 P. M
FAST JAHR leaves Harrisburg at 2.othr.it., arriving in
Now York at 10.25 e a., and Philadelphia at loop. *.
PAST LINE leaves New York at ROO A. M., and Phila
delphia at 8. L 5 arriving - at - at LI6 e. at.
MAIL TRAIN leaves New York. at 00 noon, and
Philadelphia at .1.30 r. st , arriving at Harrisburg at 8.20
• EXPRESS TRAIN leaves New York at. 7.00 r.. x., • or.
titles at Itarrnibiarg at 200 a. It. and oonneotingwith the
Pennsylvania Express Train for Pinaburg. A sieepingair
is also attached to this train.
CallneCLlOnli are made at,Herriebnig with trains on the
Po uutylranta, Northers Central and Cumberland Valley
nuiroad.b, and at. Reading (or Philadelphia, Pottsville,
Wdkeebarn, Allentown, Easton, aro.
- Baggage checked through. Fares between New York
and flarrleburg,4s L 5 between Harrisburg and Phikstel
-phia, $3 35 in No. 1 airs, and $3 in No. 2.
For t i ckets or other intimation apply to
• 'J. J. CLYDE, -
•nnid.ritt aeiserei ont Pxmanurt,
(IKEA T TRUNK LINE FROM THE
ILA radial and Northweat for Philadelphia, New York,
- bating, Pottaville,Leblinon, Allentown, Eamon, Ake., &a
:Tchine leaye Harrtebtug lbr Philadelphia, New York,
Rd4ing, Pottsville and Mt intermediate asthma, at 8.00
,o;11. - , and 2.00 p. r.
New York Express leaver Harrlaborg at 880 o.
arriving at New York at 1.46 the someday.
11 opeOtal Accommodation Passenger .tmin loomed Read
tig at 7.1 b a a., and returns froutHarrisburrat 6 P. w.
Pares from Harr eburg: To New $6 15; to Phila.
dtfphia $8 85 and $8 80. Haggai° checked through.
Returning, leave New 'York at 8 a. a., 12 noon, and 7
r. u., (Pittsburg SzPpbeli arriving at Harrisburg at 8 a. m)
Leave Thiladelphlaltl 0 164. a., and &80 P. x
'Sleeping oars in Mellow Tyra Rapreas Trahts,thrOugh
'llVolhd from Pittsburg without change.
passengers by the Catguts* SalipAid leave Tainußas
'err: f 0 e. and 2.10 r. st., for Philadelphia, New York,
ai3d all sty itoilds. • • • - •
•;••• Trains leavirPottbvide at11.16 - s. w., and 1.80 P. u., lbr
PhiladelphisiEtarrlnbmg and Now Tiod‘ - •
Aceeturoodatkin Passenger train loom Reating at
4411 k Vs* run o l oy, day - empted.
*ludo; trAitki ,ear* ?PArcale IF, liarbil•
_ • I
vow to and toodligUta. ,-
3.l4onndittioggsge iatoaditteadt perms.
G. A. NICOLL% -
Kay 11, lUlloodiEwif
MONDAY, May 16th, 1864,
.. 7.80 A. m
"THE UNION - -NOW A - ND FOREIirER."--Webster,
HARRISBURG, PA.. ' MONDAY EVENING, AUGUST 8, ISM
Pionadelphia' and Erie Raii-
.HlSgreat line traverses the Northern and
Northwest counties of Pennsylvania to the city of
Erio, on Lake Erie.
It has been leased by, the PirasrSTINS2IS !IMMO" Cox'.
PAH; and under their auspices is being rapidly opened
throughout its entire length..
It is now in- use for Passenger and Freight business ,
from Harrisburg to St. Mary's (216 miles) on the Eastern:
Division, and from Sheffield to Erie (78 miles) on the
TIME OF PASSENGER TRAINS AT HARRISBURG.
Mail Train • ' - 120 P. 11:
Leave Northward.. , - . •
Mail Train.. L 1,5
Express Train •
Cara run through WITHOUT enAtires troth ways on these
trains between Philadelphia and lock Haven, and be
tween Baltimore and Lock Haven.
Elegant Sleeping care on Exprees trains both ways boa
wean Williamsport, and Baltimore, and Williamsport and
, For information respecting Passenger Wiliam apply at
the S. E. Corner 11th and Market streets. -
And• for Freight businede of the Conipanra Agents:
• S. B. Kingston, Jr., corner •lath and Market streets
Philadelphia. - • .*
J. W. Reynolds, Elie.: 4 r,
J. a Drill, Agent N. C. R.lt , Baltitnero.
a H. HOUSTON,
General /Wight *me, Ara
• - General Ticket Agent Phira.
JOB. D. POTTS,
wir2o-dIYI General Manager, Willianupml.
FRANKL I - N
TGE OF HOITHS.—On and after Mon-
LC day April 4th, 1864, passenger trains will rub
daily, as ibllows, (Sundays excepted*
YOR CHAMBERED MG AND HARRISBURG:
a. r. P. NI
Leave Hagerestown... .7.00 2.45
Greencastle '"7:37 3.32
Arrive at • B.IT 4.20
Charnbersburg; . .
leave at s 8.80 12.65
Leave Shippensburg 2.00 1.28
• 9,82 2.00
. • .
" Carlisle 5.55 10.10 2.42
". Mechanicsburg .. . 6.25 10 42 3.12
Arrive at Harrisburg • 855 11.15 3.42
FOR CHAMBERSBI773t7 AND HAGERST
a. M. r. a. p. - 1..
Leave Harrisburg ... . 8.05 1.82 420
" Mechanicsburg , • 8.47 2.15 4.54
" Carlisle 9.27 2.55 5.29
" Newville '10.22 3.29
Shippensburg 10.33 4.00
Chamberebu t Anive a at - 11.00 4.30
rg, e ...
Leave flAnnunito ..
• .1166 Ago
ArgphitiVigerateLeav l2 AR ELIO
cenneittousin Harrisburg with trains
for Ytilladelphia, New York and yAttsharg ; and with
rates for ail points Wein." - - • - •
The Train leaving u Harrisburg .at 4.20 r. lt
P. r nina
only as far as Oarlisha . 0. L Mgt.
18 Office, Chambersburg, April 4, 1864-ly
GLAD NEWS FOR THE UNFORTUNATE
7.00 A. N.
THE LO G-soroirr-rog
DISCOVERED AT lASI'
CHEROKEE INJECTION I • '
COMPOUNDED FROM BOOTS, BARKS AND LEAVES:
OFIKROJOBE REMEDY, thegr'edt Indian Diuretic;
caeca cat diseams of Mitt:rim:try otreps, inch tit Irtsconti.
new of the Urine, infictmmattan. of the 'Broider; livZcitne .
'nation of the Kftlneyk Slone in the : Bladder, 57rilicre,
annul, Gleet, Gorinor4O, and is 40ct ... 0i1y recommended
in niose =Ed of Fluor iibtl.4 (or W? to in fondles) where
add Lk old nauseous medicines have failed.
4.05 P. N.
9.30 e x.
L5O e. ii.
240 P. at
.7.50 P. N.
sir It Is preparod in a highly concentrated form, the
dose only tieing from one to two toospoonfuls three times
/Gr It is dietetie and alterative in its action; purifying
and cleansing the blood, causing it to flow in all of its
original purity raid-vigor; thus removing from the system
ail pernicious causes which have induced disease.
CHEROKEE INJECTION is intended as an ally or assist
ant to the CHEROKEE REMEDY and should be used in
conjunction with that medicine in ail caws of Gonorrhea,
Gleet, Furor Aibus or White& Its abed ire hearing,
soothing and • destuteent; removing all scalding, heat,
chortle° and pain, inetnid of the burning and almost un
endurable pain 'that' is . eirperienced'ielth nearly all the
gitettv rapt'hijections, . .
Ar i By the hie of the CHEROKEE REMEDY and
CHEROKEE INJECTION-4he two MitheMes at the same
lime—all improper discharges are rentored;ind the
sued organs arc SPeedity restored to tiql vigor and
strength. . :
tir r rar . 1211 PaTtlnalafat. gat PF: ' Panklailat from any
drug more In the country,'Or Write us, and we will mall
free, to any fuldrese, a Inn treatise,
IM„Priee, CHEROKEE mmmyr, $2 per bottle, or
three bottles for $5.
im.Price 'C I F.J3ROREE 'it4JECTiog,.s2 pi? lkoitle; or
three bottles fot $5. • . • - -
la. Sent by sprees any address on receipt of
im.Sold by all druggists everyibero.
DR. W. R KERWIN tic CO.,
'.• &So Proprietors,
Marlo-eoilly• Ncc BO Liberty strept,.New York.
ROOTS, BARKS AND LEAVES..
An unfailing cure far Spermatorrhea, Seminal Weak
ness, Nocturnal Zmissiotu, and all diseases caned by self
paution; such as Loss of Memory, Universal Lassitude
Pains in the Back, Dimness of trine' ft, /Newtons Old Age
Weak Nerves, AtTiculty of Breathing, Tnemb/isw, ,Wakeful
ness, Eruptions on the Face, Fate Countencom, insanity,
ammonption, and all the Direful complaints caused by de
parting front the path of seems.
WThis medicine is a simple vegetable extract, and:one
n Which all can rely, as it has been used in our practice
for many years, and with thousands treated, it has not
tailed in asingle instance. Its curative powers have, been
sufficient to gain victory over the most stubborn case.
ggs-To those who have trtflixt with
: their emanation,
pMil they think themselves beyond the reach of Medical
- hi, we would say, Despair not / the CHEROKEE CEEB will
restore you to health and vigor, and after all Amok' doe
tors have railed l_ •
For fall partial' dam, get a artele.r : frimi -any
. 4ore in the country, or write the Propiletor, who Will
14111 free to in . o , ll e 0 1 . 1 4ing the same, a MU treatise 11
Priers $3 per bottia, or three betties ler $5l dud
!beware id bj eorprgato SO parts ee the weed; •
larldald by all region/Ibl° druggists irrerygrbebt
DR. W. R. BIRRWLN &
souMeodly No. $2 Liberty etreet New Tork.
R AllAtt ADS.
t:l,. v )ERTISE MEN TS.
AIRS. N. MAYER, NO. 13 MARKET STREET,
• PANTO desirous of closing her Summer
4-4 Stock of Millinery Gaors,- - offers for sale at greatly
4 0 1 -T , bed prices, such as
SILK AND STRAW BONNETS,
. , HATS AND FLATS, S.C.
danitantig on hand a aptiaidid assortment at
RV- NES, ' •
HOOP CO SKIRT'S,
FANCY GOODS, AC.
Dealer* will do well to ran, as great bargains can be
had at wholesale. jel4 lyr
. Stearn Weekly to Liverpool.
TOUCHING at QUEENSTOWN, (Cork Har-
The well known Steamers of , the Liverpool,
New.Vorit and Philadelphia Steamship Company, are in
tennimrito sail as follows:
..Tuly_ 30; Clip of Washington,
Satur /Luria 6; CitY oritanohester, Sam ey, Au
pet 13, and even , succeeding Saturday, at Noon, from
Pier 4A, North River.
. . RATES OF PASSAGE,
PAYABLE IN GOLD, on ITE siqurrALawr ix CURRENCY.
FIRST CABIN $5O 00 STEERAGE ........$ 3O 00
do totondon 85 00 do to London. 84 00
-do to Paris 95 00 do to Paris 40 00
-do to' Hamburg—, .90 00 do to Hamburg—. 87 00
Passengers also forward to Havre, Bremen;Rotter
"ant, Antwerp, ke., at equally tow rates.
Fares from Llverpixil or Queentitovici: Ist Cabin, $75,
$lB, $lO5. Steerage, $B6. Those who wish to send for
their friends can buy tickets here at these rates.
For further information apply at the Comp/Wit Oakes
JOAN G. DALE; Agent, 15 Broadway, N. Y., or C. 0
ZIMMERMAN, Harrisburg. 1f2.3.d1y
A. F. ZiIIINIERNI.AN )
Practical Watch Maker,
No. market %treat, Harrisbarg, Pa.
• .- DEALER IN
nsp. wmican6 AlN
SETS OF JEWELRY.
FINE SD ZTER WARli k
MATED W •
- TEdi. BE VIES,
AND ALL RINDS 01' JEWELRY.
neda constantly on hand a well selected and elegantir
assented stook or
A 7 MI AADIS,
FINE SILVER WARNE.
ANRI4IOAN, INaLtall AND BFFIBB WATCHAN„
• Both In Gold and Silver 11ems.
Also] a tine assortment of
Latorms , W ATCJUIS
Oonataptly an hanth"; •
tartan valuers or
Qf all descnptions; all of which will be sold at the
LOWEST CASH .P.RICE&
:•aa-Call and examine the goods,
Particular antentiompold repa iring 'of One Watiches,
'melt as Chrtinorneters, Duplex and other celebrated
Watches, and all kinds of Jewelry neatly repaired.
None but the most competent workmen employed, and
the whole matter under my own personal supervision.
A. F. ZIMHBRAUN,
tattrlNl No. 62 Market street, adjoining Brant's
.Citvalry BorSes Wanted.
3 a46T A NT QOARTERNLEITISR% 0FF166. • II S. L.
Hounemptia, itsna.,,July 26th, 1864. f
TTNTIL - further orders, one, hundred and
U/ 'sixty-tire (165) dams per headerill be paid for all
• Cavalry I-lorses,•
delivered at,tbe Government dallies at Harrisburg, Pa
dhorses to be sound in all partiitdars.inot teas than
(5) livo nor more than (9) time years old; f om 14% to 18
hands high, full fleshed, compaotly built, bridle wise and
of size • uttoioot for cavalry purpo.,ca
There speetftwoms will tic strictly adhered to and rigidly
enforced in every pnractitur.
Payeaent made on delivery of (1') seven hOrZOS or over
Moors of tuspopt:on: frum 8A.m.t06 r. s. Tho de
mand is urgent and an immediate response is so'reited.
E. 0, HMO fiENBACH.
Jy26 . Capt. andi4ss't Qr. Mr.
Draft.: Draft!! . Draft:
ALIENS and persons under or over the re
„ glared ago, wbo have been enrolled in this (14th)
Distriet, or any other Distriet in the State, can have their
exemption papers made out at rates fixed by law.
NOW is the time to put in a substitute and avoid the
_PerFons who are not liable to draft. and who wish to
enter the army as substitutes, can obtain the highest pre-
Suideess transacted by mall at legal niter, and cost of
revel thereby avoided.
.13all at , once or address bk Matti
• ;Uinta SNYDER,
.... • .
Adoraey at Law, 3d street
- Jyfi-eod2moa, ' ' • Harrisburg, Pa.
LLBRECHt - RIMS .& SCIOIIIII 9 B
• EXCELSIOR PIANOS.
SOLE AGENCY AT W. KNOWLES,
• 03 WrYet street, Harrisburg.
VOR 'REASONS - perfectly satisfactory to
MYSELF I have taken the agency of the above most
excellent Pialloll. The public Is invited to come and es
attune for - tnemselyea
lbw Schomacker & Co's Pianos on hand yet will be
deol low. mar2b-tf
Millinery and Fancy Goods.
MRS. J. HIBBS, it No. 8 Market Square,
next door to felix's Confectionery, keeps wrietant
y* hand the latest styles of B Rats, ' Ruches,
Flowers,. kibboit kc, together with aline assortment of
Dress •Trimmings, Laces, Embroideries, Collars, Cue,
Handkerchiefs, Hosiery, Gloves and Variety Goods in
• 411 the latest George of DremPatterns threCt from
New York Bazaars. Dress and Cloak making neatly exe
cuted. Thankful for the patronage bestowed since her
coining, she trusts, by a strict attention to but/nets and
her endeavors to give general satisfaction, to continue to
twelve a share of the public patronage, jyl-d3m
QUGAES, SYRUPS, TEAS, COFFEE, of
all grades and price; at
r MURDER & FRAZER,
Successors to W. Dock Jr., & Co
Dealers isi Fine Family Groceriet
& BLACKWELL'S ENGLISB
C PI S SE C
a rare article for table oft, Just received
And for sale by - - tam= & FRAZER,
tabl w , , osufremppri•Warm. Pock- I*-4.!fe4"-1
QPICED OYSTERS.—Eitri Fine Baltimore
,Orsten, spiced, and Cove ll o by the gallon, quart and
ain't; or leas quantity. SHISLER a FiLizEß,
'l'ol &wham. to W. nook Jr., h co
.„ . . •
_Liiii).-4iiii Alih2ii fine kettle
- ..a n . reuaereu LARD for sale by the &Mu or pot 74 Just
aceieeli at nylBl BOYER & ROERPER.
OffeLE6R—Choico new orop tieett
received et Will DOM is KOBRITat.
PRICE TWO CENTS.
(Prom ow Morning P.dition.]
The usual number and variety of rumors
prevailed yesterday in reference to the move
ment of Early's army along the Potomac, and
the counter movements of the Union forces
in the same ideality. On Saturday 'we stated
that Early's forces had attempted a crossing,
or were supposed to be moving in the
direction - of Shepherdstowir- for the
purpose of crossing at the ford in
that vicinity. The source whence the
news of this -movement was received
was reliable, but before the sun had gone
down on Saturday night we had all kinds of
rumors in relation to a collision said to have
taken place, either at Sharpsburg - or at the
South Mountain, below the old Antietam
battle-ground, These rumors were revived
Sunday morning. Some' of our early risers
who live on the high ground of the State
Capital insist that they heard tho sound of
cannon—a low booming sound eomitiffrom
the direction of the bloody field already al
luded to, and insisting that the soundl were
the evidences that a bloody fight was in pro
gress between the forces of the Government
and the hordes of rebels who have been gath
ering in Maryland for more than aweek. We
refer thus particularly to these rumors to
show the state of the public mind here and
elsewhere; and while wo had these accounts
of battle others of a still more exciting char
acter came to us of the re-occupation of
Chambersburg by the rebels, and an indica
tion that there were troops marching in the
direction of the Cumberland Valley,. as if
every peaceful hamlet and flourishing borough
in that broad and fertile expanse were to be
given to the flames of rebel torches.
On careful inquiry made at official sources
we are satisfied that there has been no col
lision either in the Cumberland or the Shen
andoah Valley up to 6 o'clock last evening.
It is not for us to refer to the position or
strength of our forces in those regions
nor would it be safe for us to discuss- the ar
rangements and the means at hand of the
government to cope with /Earley's 'combined
forces now operating on the upper Potomac.
It is anticipated if a collision does. occur
between our troops and the rebels, it will
take place at Middletown.. This village is on
the•Gitoctin creek, nine miles west by north
of Frederick, Md. =Ray men, or least
those acquainted with the disposition of our
troops, will understand why a collision .is
anticipated at Mid f letown, - and he may add
to this as an assurance to the &Wie r that if
our forces have an opportunity to deliver a
blow at this point, its result irinst be of the
greatest importance and benefit to the gov
Gen. Sheridan has been placed in command
of all the forces now operating on the Upper
Potomac, Gen. Hunter having been:relieved.
This fact will revive the hopes or the country
that what is left of the old army of Western
Virginia, and what has l•eon. added to these
forces will become of some service to the na
don. Certain it is that Gen. Hunt& has
either committed .some most inexcusable
blunders, or he has -beerrthe child of c mum
stances; out of which• nothing.but mortifies.
don to his riends and disasters to his coun
try have thus far. issued. • . •
At 8 o'clock last evening wo; had telegraphio
communication. direot with. Hagerstown.
THE ATTACK ON MOBILE.
Reports from Fre4cricksburg.
AFFAIRS AT HAGERSTOWN.
Exchange of Union Offers Under Fire at
Front the Army of the Potomac.
Explosion of a Nine Under Our Fa lineations
WesmcNotoN, August 6.
A gentlemen who arrived" hero to-night,
abd who has been in llagerstimni for th" pas t
week, says that the rebel force of Cavalry
which drove Cole's cavalry and a portion of
Gen. Hunter's infantry lint of that toWn.oll
Friday last, were for the greater part dielised
in the uniform of the United States soldiers.
Information has reached here that the
Union officers placed by the rebels' Tire
at Charleston, have all been eielmnged. They
were saluted by our fleet, and Admiral Dahl
green entertained them aboarclhissl They
have been sent north. -
Dispatch received at navy department to
day from admiral Farragut, dated July '26th,
i n w hi c h he says that he was all ready, for an
attack on Mobile, and only waited for the
land forces to go into position.- " •
Major General Sickleo and litatr arrived is
Washington to-day fro:li the 113ontli.
Refugees from Fielde.ricksie* k Ye:, retort
that town not parmiun sly held by eithersule,
but that both Union and rebed scouts gia,"
their appearance Ocoasiomilly.• con.
scripting force of oavarry " - reoeintly app eared' _
in that plum and. impressed Into service Lt# BAtilfft BATHS I
"i")to df aril ' 5. 8131 ""*" TINHE sub:criber has just erected two tine
tachmentis &raisin in the viciat4loitddrig
those who have escaped to the vioods. for .;SATHS, at bia
he ßar re b wa ergh ot op . , co li l o d . ba lt:l e tr u ke be t street,
a t t
A number of families from .Montgomery, an times taul4wl E. BELITSKL
The fiditraruleare the rates for advertising 'tithe:rms.
GUM . Theee-L...,
venien Utir retirritioe:
Four lines or less constitute - one-lief square. tlzbt
lines ormore than four constitute sequare.
FOS A RAU %mum - twitiNIIMIXARK ,
.. ' '
-Oneifil ........ ....$ ao 'Oriel day ' ' ' $ 0 6
Two lay o .--........ 50 iNtr0ta11.73.....:7; — .. -- .-1:40
Three says 75 Three days . • 126
Onevn3ek 125 One Week.. ' r $ 26
One month 3 00 One month 800
Two months 4 60 Two months . 9 00
Three months 5 60 Three months:* ' - U 00
Six months - 800 Six months..:::: ::.: IS 0:.:
Ono year -' 16 40 One year `..08 - 0
Adminisintion Notices sr .. $2 25
Kant* Noticea 78
Auditors Notices 1. 60
ritnerid Notices each insertion * ' 60
. 'Aar Business ponces insen in. the Local Cobra, or
before Maritimes and Deaths, boar Cl? rim lalni fee
eottnty, Md., came to Washington to-day
. panic stricken, and reported rebels approach
ing in that direction. The families were evi
dently frightened by 'seeing a cavalry force
of our own and mistaking them for rebels.
There were recently no indications of the ap
proach of an enemy.
WesursoTox-10 o'clock, P. M.
Advices from the Army of the Potomac re
port affairs at the front unchanged. It is
cenerally believed that General Sheridan has
been assigned to duty on the Upper Potomac.
Nov Toils, August 6.
A special dispatch from Washington, to the
effect that on Friday afterenoon the rebels
exploded a mine under one of our forts near
No• particulars are known beyond the fact,
and that little damage was done.
It is generally believed that Sheridan has
been . assigned to duty on the upper Potomac.
The fifth corps' correspondence of the 4th
inst.; says that both armies are actively en
gaged in strenghthening their respective
EBlNBDtritG, Ang. 6.
EDITOR TELEcinum:—The official -Tote of
Cambria counts on the amendments - to the
State: Constitution is as follows:
let . atnendment
1 631 2,179
3d " ......1,648 2,121
Average majority against amendments,. 514
—a copperhead loss of 322 since last fall.
Total vote cEuit 3,810; total:4sle cast last fall.
CLEARFIELD, Pa., August. S.
EDITOR TELEGRAPH :—Below is the olßoial
vote of Clearfield county on the amendments:
• Wlntsantsnorr, August O.
The majority in Lycoming county for the
first amendment is one hundred and eighty
The Rebel Raid.
We have nothing definite here in regard to
the movements in the Valley or on the Upper
Potomac. Opinion is still entertained here
that the essential object of the rebel demon
stration is to gather crops in the Valley, and
that ;an invasion will not be seriously at
Movements of Gem Grant.
BALTratong August 6.
Gen. Grant was in Washington yesterday,
on military business. He has returned to the
army. It is asserted that he has gone up the
Baltimore and Ohio railroad.
Markets by Telegraph.
PHVADELPILLA, Aug. 6
The flour market is dull axd tbe mirages
reported are 500 bbls. fancy at $ll 50(412 per
bbl, and some extras at $9 75@10. Receipts
and stocks light. Rye flour is wanted at $9.
In Corn meal nothing doing, and but little
here. There is a steady demand. for • What%
and 3,000 bus. red sold at $2 50; for old $2 a)
02 65 ; for new red. White ranges from
$2 70®2 75. Small sales of new rye at $1 75,
and old at 51 85. Corn is steady request at
.$1 73€1 75 for :yellow. Ar.j Si 66 for white..
Oats are firmer; sales of new at 83@86. Old
at. 90 cents. In groceries and provisions no
changes. 200 tci. lard sold at 20ic.
New York Stook friarkrtft.;
Stocks - steady; Chicago and Rock Island,
1134; Cumberland preferred, 58i; Illinois Cen
tral, 129; Michigan Southern, 89Z• New York
Central, 1302; Reading, 135; Hudson River,
1311; Canton Company, 374; Erie, /124
Cleveland and Cincinnati, 170; Cleveland and
Toledo, 132; Michigan Central, 1394; Cleve
land. and Pittsburg, 1122; Terre Haute and
Alton, 634; Pittsburg-and Fort Wayne, 114+;
Chicago and Northwestern, 573; One Year
Certificates, 941; 5 20 Coupons, 1084; Coupon
6's, 101,4; Gold, 2601.
PRovoer tftssnar.'s °eaten, 14rn Drumm
Miamians°. Pa.. June 8, 1884.
0 DRAFTED MEN. —I am directed by
'Lieut. Col. J. V Bomford, A. A. Provost Marshal •
lienerel. shy his of miler, No. 69, of June 4, 1884, to pub
lish "Tint' drafted men aro not allowed to enlist ag ratan- -
teem after being drafted; sad that the credits for dilated'
men will remain for the enb-diatriots from which they_
were dratted, no matter whether local bounty ban or hie -
not been paid to nehmen, upon "illegal enlistment."
JNO. KAY CLEMENT •
Captain and Provost Marshal, lath Dle'ti I
SUBSTITUTES AND LOCAL CREDITS
PARMS wanting Substitutes can beßlW
plied at beat rates. Local credits ferrdsbed- and
The public wi our House diapesed to deal libendly
jp 19 tmo 121 Market Street liarnaburg,
Pairing and Union cerey and Bead tall to ibis office
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given, that in
pursuance of the act of Assembly of Pennsylvantai
passed the nrst day of Jene,llll39, the stockholde , s of tire
Franklin Bank, of Washington, Penult., will apply to the
next session of the Legislature for a renewal of rte char.
ter with an increase of ita capital from $150•000 to
$260,01E1. C. M. REED, President.
WASHINGTON, PA., Jane 21, 1884. • .le27;'
TONGL LSH BREAKFAST - TEA. -
d eived t a One chest of English Breakfast at
SIBBLER St FRAZER
Otneas.saAra N ohm.
T EA do PERM'S WORCESTER RiuoEs t
ju th e me et popular end the purest ever. atmd to the
publiq just received and for sale by
SHISLER & FRAiltir s ,
tpbt - (successors to WM, DOtk, & CO.
A- NEW TRUOK suitable fora Stone q
ti with one ton or new T Rati t -Weighing 22 'pounds to
the' yard ? for stone. Warta oLA I / At/5 • A - ; .
CUT FILACPAPEtt; -
A ificEwisortutdut of Cut Ptitierlbr oeil
*R loalOng:glasaretAelre tandtviarf,
BALTixouz, August 6
NEW Tons, Aug. 6