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3Y GEORGE BERGNMit.
0 puICE THIRD ST., YEAR WALNUT
TERBIS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
Tin: DAILY TESORAPH is served to subscribers in the
city at 12 cents per week. Yearly subscribers will be
charged $8 00 in advance. Those persons who negleette
pay in advance will be charged $7 00.
Tus Tatzartara is also published weekly, and is fur rdsh:4
subscribers at the following cash rates
Single copies, weekly
gIIPO copies to one Post Office
Ten ouples to one Post Odico
MRS. M. MAYER, NO. 13 MARIE' STREET,
BEING} desirous of closing her Summer
Stock of Mklinery Goods, cap; for salo at greatly
retuned prices; such as
SILK. AND STRAW BONNETS,
HATS AND FLATS, &O.
Constantly on hand a splendid assortment at
HAND EERCII 7 EFS,
FANCY GOODS, A.C.
Dealers will do well to call, as great bargains can be
had at wholesale. jel4 ly
IN D. W. GROSS' NEW BUILDING,
A New Philadelphia Cloak Store. Have now a splendid
SPRING & SUMMER MANTELS,
FRENCH CLOTH CIRCULARS,
NEW FRENCH SACKS, AND
NEW FRENCH LOOSE BASKS.
The above beautiful samples, In .very color aud band
comely trimmed, from $7 50 to $l5.
1000 SILK IVIA_NTILL
CIRCULARS, SACKS AND BASliz,
Handsomely aud richly trimmed, from $lO upward.
eiIILDRE,"*I'S MANTELS IN LARUE VARIETY.
Millinery and Fancy Goods.
MRS. J. HIBBS, at No. 8 Market Square,
next door to Felix's Confectionery, keepsconstant r
ty on heed the latest styles of Bonnets, 1184.8 7 r.k.upt)es.,
Flowers, Ribbons, go., together with a flooassorlinett of
Dross Trimmings, Laces, Embroideries, CLAWS, Dunk;
Handkerchiefs, Hosiery, Gloves and Variety Goods in
All the latest Designs of Dress Patterns Motet lions the
New York Bazaars Dress and Cfiliat making nratly exe-
cuted. Thankful for the patronage bestowed since her
opening, she trusts, by a strict attention to business and
tier endeavors to give general ,atisr.etion, to continue to
receive a share of the public patronage, ' jyl-dans
I 8 a pleasant, healthy beverage.
Very convenient and refreshing for invalids having
fever or great thirst.
Its portability recommends it 'o travelers.
Its conveuknco at pie -nits will be aproelated.
No sugar requited; one table-spoonful simply dissolved
in a glass of cold water and it is done.
KELLER'S DRUG AND FANGY GOOD STORE,
Jol7 No. 91, Market street
CLOAK TO R E,
IN D. W. GROS43' NEW SLOCK,
Market Street, Harrisburg.
1,000 DIFFERENT STYLES
CLOAKS AND CIRCULARS,
HIVE SPRING SHAWLS.
Will open on the IS of April. Itonr2l:-All
PROVOST MARSHAL'S OFTICS, 14TH DISTRICT,
P/L Juno 6, 1864.
TO DRAFTED MEN.- f am directed by
Lieut. Col. J. V. Bumford, A. A. Provost Marshal
General, by his circular, No. 69, of Juno 4, 1864, to pub
lish "That drafted men aro not allowed to enlist as vo.un
tears after being drafted; and that the creche for drafted
men will remain for the Bub-districts from which they
were draftedotio matter whether local bounty has edr hag
not been paid to such men, upon"iii.-gal enlistment:.
JNO. KiY CLEMSNT,
CNA!' and Provost 312:thal, 14th Duel., Pa.
Steam Weekly to Liverpool.
frOLIMILNG at QUEENSTOWN, (Oork Ear.
Dor.) The well known Steamers or the IdyerpOol,
New York and Philadelphia Steamship Company; are in.
tended to sail as follows:
Coy of Baltimore, catunlay, ..togligt 27 ; Etna. Baton.,
day, Septemoer 3.; ndluburgh, Sa.today, Septowlier
and every eucceodiug Saturday, at Noon, from rior 44,
RATES OF PASSAGE,
VAL:WAHL" IN GOLD, OR ITO IhatIVALENT 13 CLOOLINOY.
Irian CABIN $BO 00 I STEERAGE $BO 00
do to Loudon 85 00 do to L0ud0n......00
dal to Pans 95 00do to Pans 40 00
oto Hamburg.... 90 00 do to Hamburg—. 87 00
Passengers also forwarded to Havre, Bremen, Ratter
dam, Antwerp, &0., at equally low rates.
Faros hom Liverpool or Queenstown: let Cabin, $75,
$B5, $lO6. Steerage, 435. Those olio wish tusend lot
their friends can buy tickets here at these rates.
For further Information apply at the Company's thilcea
JOAN G. DALE, Agent, 15 Broadway, N. Y. or C. 0
ZIMMERMAN, Harrisburg. (;23-dly
ILBRECIIT, RIEkES & SC1111111r:;
SOLE AGENCY AZ' ESO CILE A‘3,
03 Ilarket. street, liartisburg.
FOIL REASON' perfectly satisfactory to
MXSELF I have taken theng . ency of the acv a most
excellent Plano& The pdblic is invited t 6 come and ex
amine for themselves.
A few Schomacket & Co's Pianos on hand yet will be
deol low. ' mar2s-tf
PHOTOGR A P
Mlargest and cheapest variety of PHD
RAIII ALBUMS in the city are constantly kep,
at [away. BERGNER'S CHKAP BOOKSTORE.
SOLE AGENGY FOR THIS "CITY
AM happy to .offer to the public a large,
uoi mama assortmen t of L. 4
. VEiciok GOLD PENS, '
— fit BOY W. FAIRCHILD. — - .
Theist, Peat, are mall llnishe4, elastic, and will give elt-
liatiliSim; PLEASE TRY THEM. : .
SQBEFFER'S HOOK STORE.,
!Woad street, opposite Pr4aDytellai March; Harrisburg
. , ' ap23
Q4401.1.---Fine salt Salmon, at
14 IRO SaleLF.ll.4 FRAWL
, ~ 4
. -10 00
Philadelphia and Erie Rail-
THIS great li ne traverses the Northern and
Northwest counties of Pennsylvania to the city of
Erie, on Lake Eiie:
fC has been leased by the PRSINIVIABIA 11111104.11 QOM
PANT, and under their auspices is being rapidly opened
throughout its entire length.
It is now in use for Plummier and Freight Vastness
from Harrisburg to St. Mary's (216 miles) on the-Eastern
Division, and from Sheffield to Erie (711 miles) on the
TIME OF PASSENGER TRAINS AT HARRISBERG,
' Leave Eastward.
Mail Train L 23 P. N
Express Train 2.60 A. ar
Leave Northward. •
Express Train •
Cars run thitugh WITHOUT ORANGE both wept; On' these
trains between Philadelphia and Lock Hayed, and be
tween Baltimore and Lock Haven.
Elegant Sleeping cars on Express trains both ways be
tween Williamsport and Baltimore, and Williamsport and
For tnformation respecting Passenger business apply at
the S. E. Corner I.lth and Market streets
And for Freight business of the Company's Agents:
S. H. Kingston, Jr. , oorner lath and Market streets,
J. if..Beynolds, Erie
Agent N. C. R. 8., Baltimore.
H. K HOUSTON,
General Freiglie Agent, PMl's.
LMWJS 1 HOUPT,
General Ticket *tent nciPta
JOS. D. POTTS,
my2o-411y) Veneral Manager, Williamsport.
FRANKE I N
ciCHANGE OF HOURS.—On and after Mon
-1 day Aprl.l 4th, 18044 Passenger trains trill run
y, as Mows, (Sundays excepted:)
POR OHABIBRBSIFIRG . AND HARRISBURG:
A. IL P. le
Leave Hagerestown 7.00 2.45
" Greencastle 7.37 333
/ Arrive at &17 41.20
Leave at 3.30 12.55
Leave Shlppensourg ... 9.00 L 23
" Neville 9.32 2.00
" Carlisle 666 10.46 .2.42
" Mechanicsburg 625 10 42 3.12
Arrive at Harrisburg ... 6.66 ILI6 8.40
FOR OHANBERAN VRG AND HAGERATOW.N:
I.M. P. M... P. M.
Leave Harrisburg 8.05 1.32 420
` " 34eebaniesburg 8.4 T 2.15 :4,54
" Carlisle 9.27 2.55 5.28
i‘ Newville .., 10. 3.20 --i
-" Shippensburg 10.33 4.00
Arrive at 11.00 '4.80
Chamberebutg, / Lea
.. „ , . ve at. .11.10 4,40
Leave Greebatle 1L5 . 5: .5.30
Arrive at Hagerstown 12.35 6.10
oar Makingclose connections at Harrisburg with trans
for Philadelphia, New York and Pittsburg ; and with
Pains for all points . West.
air The Train leaving Harrisburg at 410 r.MID
only as far as Carlisle. 0. M.
Et. R. Office, Chamberaburg, April 4,111641 y
GLAD NEWS FOR THE UNFORTUNATE
DISCOVERED AT LAST
COMPOUNDED FROM ROOTS, DARKS AND LEAVES,
CHEROKEES REMEDY, thogreaC Indian Diuretic,
cures an diseases of the urinary organs, such as Mina.
sena of the Urine, Inflammation of the Bladder, Imliwn
mation of OW Kidneys, Stone in the Bladder, Stricture,
Gravel, Bled, Gonnorhea, and is especially recommended
in thaw cases of Fluor Albus (or Whiles in females) where
all the old nauseous medicines have Med.
Or It is prepared in a highly concentrated form, the
dose only being from one to two teaepoonthla three tikes
gap- It is diuretic and altstative In its action; purifying
and cleansing the blood; causing it to flow in all of ita
original purity and vigor; thus removing from thesystem
all-pernicions causes whieh 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 madihine in all cases of Gonerilisa,
Glee, rulor Aal44 or Wham Its effects are healing,
scathing and dada:end i removing all wilding, heat,
chordee and pain, *teed tif the burning and &limit un
main:able pain that is expeilenced with nearly all the
cheap gticick Nations.
sir By the use of the CHEROKEE REMEDY and
CHEROKEE INJECIVN—Lthe two medicines at the same
thne—alf improper discharges are removed, and the weak
abed organs are speedily restored to full vigor and
WFOr foR particulars, get our pamphlet from Amy
drug store In the country, of *rite us,-and we will ivall
free, to any address a full treatise. ,
611EROOIS REMEDY, $2 per bottle, or
three bottles for $5: i
ft,A-Price C4ROSEk. ,IN,I2CTION, $2 per bottle, or
three bottles for $6. " • -
*a. Sent by express lo any address on receipt of
day Sold by all druggiate everywhere.
D& W. B. KERWIN dr - CO.,
toorill-eodly. No. 59 Idberty street, New York
ROOTS, BARKS AND LEAVES
An anfairing ettrir for - ,,tur'hntinwrhas, Seminal Wok
near, Nocturnal and an diseases caused by self
pollution; such as Loss of Memory, Universal Lassitude
Pains in the Back, Dinlie4l Of :Mims, Pranature Old Algic
ear,:iverves,- Difficulty qf . "taming, rrentbrin A wapetuz
.noso*tislosispi, Face.,. Tabs Ommtenance; insanity,
oasaseepeans, and all the Direful complaints canted by 'de•
pa rthip from thepath of nature.
hieditillo is a Simple vegetablatstmeti pal:ene
h which all can rely, as It has been omit la one *echos
for many years, and with thousands trained, It has not
failed in a eihgle instance._lts curative powers have been
sufficient to tititivictagyth the moat stubborn cue.
A® - To those who have trifled with their constitution,
until they thick thettueelvereeyond the reach or medical
la, we wouki'irhDelisaiir not t the Morass Om will
restOre.you to health atal viglit,r and after- all quack doo
tors have . •
*kr or fatl imrtlculara, - get a Circular from any Drq
Stow in the country, or write the Propaletor, who w ill
'nil (Iwotoany one flialfrUli the ainua,, a. full treatia.,2l
pamphlet form. ' -
-Prises $2 per bottle, or three bettlm for $5 -and
forwarded by exproteernall parts of the weak
lireold by allreliMeMble druggists everywhere.
W. It. linitlffli 3 efti
marle,sixlis 10. lie.
f!' 4 . r'
....1.35 P. ni.
....3.15 A. nr.
"THE UNION—NOW AND FOREVER."—Webster.
fIARRISBV : 4O,- - PA,,- - ..,
NEW ADVEHTiSEMENT S .
Northern Central RailVtray.
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that the
FREIG TT and BAGGAGE described in the follow.
mg list remains unclaimed in the Warehouse of the
Northern Central Railway Company, at Harrisburg. Con
signees are hereby notified to come forward, pay charges,
and take their property away, or the same will be sold
according to law. J. N. DU BARRY, Gen'l Sept.
GENBBAL SUPERINTENDMT . S . OFFICE,
AUGUST 15, 1864.
Na 1, Williamsport and Harrisburg check 146, one
No 2, Elmira and Harrisburg check 20, one box, Lieut
A Miller, Harrisburg
No; Baltimore and Harrisburg check 20, ono box
No 4, no check, one box, J Barrett, Lockport, Niagara
Co, 14 Y
No 5, no check, one box, Lieut A Scott, Harrisburg
No 6. no check, one box, no marks
No 7, no check, one box, Jacob Weaver, Pittsburg
No ; no check, one box, Reuben. Farringer,
No 9, no check, fair leetber trunk, do
No 10, no check, one box, Capt Phillips, Harrisburg
No 11, no check, black trunk, S S J, St Joseph's acade
.5o 12, no check, fair leather trunk, no marks
No 13, no check, fair leather trunk„ Caps Lyman, Har
No 14, no check, black leather trunk, no marks
No 15, no check, black leati;er trunk. no marks
No 16, so check, one box, Jno McGee, Harrisburg
No 17, no check, one box, Geo L Stephens, Harrisburg
No 18, no check, one box, Newport station, P it
No 19, no Check, one box, Daniel Robison, Philadelphia
No 20, no check, black trunk, Jno Gemmel, Lewis
No 21, Danville and Harrisbing check 512, fair leather
trunk, Wm H Barber, Milton, Pa
No 22, no check, black trunk, no.marks
No 23, no check, lair leather trunk, W S Scott, Hants-
No 24, no check, fair leather trunk, Thos McDaniel
No 25, no clu ck, back trunk, Sarah
No 26 no check, black trunk, G S•Angill, Bine:camp
ton, N Y
No 21, Williamsport and Harrisburg check 92, fair
leather valise, no mark's
No 28; Baltimore and Harrisburg check 687, fair leather
valiso, no marks
No 29, no check, fair leatheeValise, no marks
No 80, no check, black trunk, Jno E Boni oe, Lancas
ter, Pa - '
No 31, no check, one box, Michael Trump, Allentown
No 32, no cneck, one box, no marks
No 33, Scranton and Ilan isburg check 259, one box
No 34, no cheek, one box, Mrs nhick, Prosperity, Pa •
No 35, no check, one box, Henry Will, Reading
No 36, no,pheek, one box,,no mar ks
No 37, no check, bog of saddles, no marks
No 38, no check, saddle, Ignatius Floomer, Portage
No 89, no check, black bag, no marks
Nj 40, no ch ck, black bog, Nary Foster, Harrisburg
No 41, no check, black bag, no marks
• No 42, no Maack, black bag, no marks
No 43, no Check,. bitick.b rg,.no marks
No 44, no check, black bag, J Shadle , Jersey Shore, Pa
N 045, Williamsport and Harrisburg cneck 26, black
g, no marks
No 46, no check, black bag, no marks
No 47, no MIL ck, back bag, no marks
No 48, no chtck, carpet bag no marks
'No 49, no cheek; &Mille, no Malts
No 50, no check, bat, no marks
No 611 ;no critse4one.taix,"nri,marka. .• • • •••: •
No 52, no check, one box, uo marks
No 53, no check, hat-box, nu marks
No 54. no check, fair bather trunk, no marker
it J Fleming, one butidn shills
A L Babcock, 1 tabu rope
N Frazer, eleven barrels nuts ••
D Fisher, six corroiliskers •
H Gilbert, one barrel insulatosi
Nelson Bryne & Co, two nukes bitters
S Barkler, one bog haroware . •
H Hawkins, one granite block
Nicholas & B, one box , ssaldites
J Alb.rt, one barrel, two b'dtres
Thor liicaok, One.buT bardware
No consignee, .204 brick, no marks
No consignee, small box, no marks
No consignee, 41 Boosts iron, no marks
No consignee, package indigo
No consignee, one box merenandise David Tilmer, Har
risburg. ~4 - angle 4w
THE PROVOST MARSHAL'S OFFICE.
PROVOST MARSHAL'S OYPtct,'l4th,DtsxaicT, l
lleitaisscao. Pa., August 15, 1864. J
MHE FOLLOWING • REGULATIONS OF
elj. the Provost afarstild's Ofilmare published for the In
struction and guidance of all persons interested, imorder
that, in future, the public need not be in doubt as to
when, wdgre and' to , whont to apply for information on
mallets connected with this department.
Ist The Board of Enrollment conveaes each day (Sun
days excepted) in the proper room at 10 o'clock A.M. If
business requires it, tho morning eession will continue
till 1254 o'c ock P. Bf. ;`the afternoon seasioni commence
at 2;.‘ o'clock and continue till 6 o'clock P. td. In no
case will examinations for disability be made after day
2nd J. J. Weitzel, principal clerk to Board of Enroll
ment, will at all times furnish . information proper to bo
•furuisho-t from the records of the Board.
3rd A. F. Clapp, adjutant and special deputy, will be
found in tho offitio room of the Provost Marshai.
a general charge, and can be applied to in all cases.
4tti. The Enrollment Department Is in charge of D. S.
/sth A. E. Eyster superint4inds thq mustering and re
ornttink department, and has charge or the records and
rolls connected therewith• also, with enlistments into the
"Veteran R serve Corps.' - •
6th R. E. Cablehas charge of the clothing depart
7th For. information with reference to, heroes and
property seized as the property of . the Government, ap
ply to John E Belle?, in tho Mustering and Recruiting De : -
Bth For information with reference to Deserters and
persons arrested,,apply to same dope, tment
9th Joint Cfnutets has charge of accoums, records, AA
10th Fat inf.trmation upon any sub.ect not above spe
cifically designz 00; apply to Atte Provost Marshal, 0r...t0
Adjulant A. . Clapp;
slth . All clerks and employees are required to be at
their posts for duty at 8 o'cloCit A. .lbe office will be
clown to the public at 6 o'clock s.
12th Clerks and employees are required and directed
to be polite, courteous andattentive to persons doing
bustnees in the rrovost Maratal's office. It is a duty and
pleaieure io inform and serve mese requiring information
or service, and if any clock or employee lads in prompt
attention or prima cuurtesyyhemill be atones discharged.
nih clerks and °nip]. yees are not permitted toren ive
fee or reward ter serttices. 'rendered. It they do so, the
penalty wilt be immed.ate discharge. To offer such I6e
and to receive Ware equallyihigh misderrieanoi a
Captain and Prorast, Maratial •
14th Disuict Penn
The members of the Board of Brumllment are John
Kay Cement, ProveSt Marshall, Chalks C. Hawn, Com
missioner, S. T. Charlton, Burgeon either of whom
may be consulted at all tones, during business hems, in
maters connected With the business of the Hoard.
The Provost MarshaPs office is in Fourth street, op
posito the Government Bakery. augl6•dlm
HOSIERY, , •
• LADIES' HAIR NETS, . and
PERELIMART, • •
- FRENCHLACE, and
• TISSUE NEILS, ETC.;
AT - ASTONISHINGLY LOW PRICES.
Everybody shoold sail at, once, and secure great bar
gains, at ' Mrs. MAYER. 2 ,,
aug3 dtf No. 13 Market street.
SPICED OYEITERa.-'-Extra. Fine Baltimor•
, Oysters o spiced, and for sale by the gallon, quart and
pint, or leas quantity. BRIBLER FR&
Snetlesonro to W. Met, J r.,&
FLSEL—New, No. 1 and 2 lelmitexel
In help barrels k bit uld
WEIMSDAY EVENING, AUGUST 24. 1864
kt,-1 " , f. EXTERMENATOItS
"COSTAIt'S' , EXTERMINATORS.
" , COSTAR'S" EXTERMINATORS.
- - -
"COSTAR'S , ' EXTERMINATORS.
"COSTAR'S" MT,. RMINATOSS.
For Rats, Rice, Roaches, Ants, Bed Bugs,
Fleas, Moths in Furs, Woolens, Latest.
on Plants, Fowls, Animals, etc.
"15 years established In N. Y. City."
"Only Infallible remedies known."
"Free from Poisons."
"Not dangerous to the Human Family."
"Rats come out of their holes to die."
sir Sold by all Druggists everywhere
irrl I t thwarts I I I of all worthless imitations.
air" Costars Depot.. No. 482 Broadway, N. Y.
sug-Sold by D. W. GROSS Sr. CO.,
Wholesale and retail agents.
And by all Druggists In Harrisburg, Pa Jeleadaw3m
JU LIUS ROSENDA LE,
0 X" 'X' 113-I
. . .
No. 29 NORTH sEcown STRENT NEAR' WALNUT,
Particular attention is called to the celebrated concave.
cciavex Crystal dpectaales, which are warranted to
strengthen and preserve the eyes of the wearer, and to
last from 10 to 12 years without change.
List of prices sent free to any direction.
Concave and convex lenses, set in steel frames, $2.
Concave and convex crystal lenses, set in best steel
Conceive and convex crystal lenses, set in silver frames,
Concave and convex crystal lenses,set in platlnsframet,
Concave and convex crystal lenses, set in gold frames,
$l5 to $25.
In ordering spectacles State how long gimes are used.
Any part of glasses purchased, either here or soot to or
der, can be exchanged if not Suited to the eye.
Always.en band a large assortment of aeromatic Mi
crespopes, Telescopes, Opera and Field Classes, Thermom
eters, Barometers, Compasses, Drawing Instruments, and
Btemoscopes, with the latest views.
Wend stamp for a catalogue containing mica., &c.,
Q TOLEN, en the Bth inst., from the livery
17 stably of the subscriber, in Harrisburg, a ROAN
MARE, 9 Years old 15Vhands high, small star on face,
black mane and tail; white mark on right hind pasture;
shows the white of tier eyes when working or moving her
head; always paces when under the saddle. Also, a
BUGGY, painted black, striped white, letter 5, on both
side panels, leather cushion and top. Also, a set of
HARNESS. $4O reward will be paid for the return of the
Hare, Buggy and Harness, or for such infbrmation as will
lead to their recovery, and the arrest of the thief.
'aug9-dtt . F. K. SWARTZ.
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS BY THE NORTH
ERN CENTRAL RAILWAY.
In accordance with the provisions of Clio now Internal
Revenue law, it becomes necessary that all receipts given
by this company for merchandise received for transporta
tion, should bear an INTERNAL REVENUE STAMP of
the value of two cents, the expenses of the same to be
borne by the party receiving such receipts. Allsoceipts
taken by thit company for merchandise delivered to con
signees, will be Stamped by said company.
Consignees requiring a receipt Irma the company for
money paid for freight (when exceeding twenty dollars;)
must affix the stamp . . J. N. DU BARRY,
Ofllre of General Superintendent Northern
Central Railway Co., Ballo., Aug. 16, 1864. aul6-2w
T IQUID RENNET yields with milk the
A./ mold luscious of all deserts for the table; the light.
eat and most grateful diet for invalids and children.
Milk contains every element of the bodily constitution;
when coagulated with rennet it is ilwaya light and easy of
digestion, and supports thiisYstein with the least possible
excitement. 'When ltlill greaternutritive power brdesired,
/cream and sugar.may be added.: - A teaspoonful converts
a:quart of milk into Arm Curd. Prepared and sold,
wholesale and retail by . B. A. KIINKAL,
jets-tr • - 118 Market street. ,
pIIBLIC NOTICE is hereby given, that in
pursuance of the act of Assembly of Penneyivania,
pawed the drat day of June, 1839, thestockhOlim of the
Franklin Beak, of Wastungon, Penna., will apply to the
next tension or the Legislature for a renewal of its char
ter, with an increase of Its capital from $150,000 to
4200,000. C. It RELD, PreSideut.
WAMINGTON, PA, June 24, 1884. je27
FINE FAMILY FLOITR.—SHISLEB, &
FRAZER have made arrangements with one of the
best. male in the country to supply tue families of Harris
burg with enrolee - FLOUR. Eves) , barrel warranted, arid
delivered to any part of the city free yf charge.
ISHLSLER & FRAZER,
Dealers in Fine Family Groceries, opposite the Court
HEESE.—Choice new crop Cheese, just
received at UM] BOY= & KOERPh.R.
COIJNTRY SOAP.—A small but superior
lot of Home-made Soapi,dit received at
dui SHISLER & FRAZER'S.
EXTRA WHITE 'WHEAT FLOUR.-Se
lected White Wheat Fiiraily Flour, juin. received
:111.11 for sale at BRISLER & FRAZER,
199 Sicoessora to W. Dock, Jr., & Co.
VXTRA. FAMILY FLOUR and CORN
MicAL allays oa band, of tho best quality, at
—ls.. BOYER & KuERPER.
'TAMS I HAMS!—A fresh supply. of . Mich
eners's Excelsior 'isms and Dried Beef, at
-- Tanen ROVICR k KOERIVR
ItAIOI:IENER'S szoelsiat.hassa, or this seam
411 fist's Guru% Jut :
~r tmqved aur a l; sale by .
dortif ligurimiwirii b Wn, flunk fr..
tuff IT:dMkttat.BB the
- 8813,.. i . :it Pa v an,
jel litucceson to W. Dock, Jr., & Co
DO YOU wish a good Gold Poe if so,
Bossuistri Bookstore. lisnisbug, 11011
=POW= IFSPRESSLY FOB THE TELEGRAM.
TUESDAY, Ang. 23, 1864.
The Senate met at 3 o'clock.
Senate bill No. 804, an act to incorporate
the United States mining company, was on
motion of Mr. CONNELL, reconsidered,
amended and passed finally.
The bill making appropriations for the ex
penses of the extra session was taken up.
[Among the appropriations is one for renew',
ing the wooden pavement in the -capital
While the appropriation bill was pending,
the Senate being waited upon by a committeb
of the , Horise of Representatives, with an in
vitation to that effect, proceeded to the cham
ber of the House of Representatives and was
present during the counting of the votes on
the amedment to the Constitution.
After some time the Senate re-assembled,
and proceeded with the consideration of the
appropriation bill, which passed finally.
Adjourned till 8 P. M.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVE
TUESDAY, August 23, 1864.
Mr. COLEMAN offered a resolution, which
was adopted, restricting speeches hereafter to
Mr. WIMLEY offered a resolution, which
was adopted, relative to the binding of the
transactions of the State Agricultural Society.
Senate resolution relative to the Fifty-fifth
regiment of Pennaylvania - volunteers was
Mr. SEARIGHT offered a joint resolution,
which was adopted. relative to the Eighty
fifth regiment of Pennsylvania volunteers,
requesting the Governor to use his influence
to have them discharged at the expiration of
their term of enlistment:
At four o'clock the members of the Senate
were introduced, and the two Houses in joiat
convention proceeded to count the votes on
the constitutional amendments. The returns
were read and summed up, with the result
The Senate having re'ired, the, House, on
motion of Mr. BIGHAM, took up Senate bill
to regulate electiens.by the gtoldiersin actual
service. While the bill was under consided
tion the - House adjourned.
FROM THE ARMY OF THE POTOMACb
Grand Success of Warren'M
Corp, on Sunday.
GENERAL A, P. HILL REPORTED MOR
Generals Lee and Heath Killed
A special Washington despatch to the Cm
mercia/, says. that General Warren's corps
achieved a grand success on Sunday. The
rebels attacked under orders from Lee, that
we must be driven: from the Weldon railroad
at whatever sacrifice. The rebels were al
lowed to pass through a gap left in our lines
and suffered. severely while their purpose was
General A. P. Hill is reported mortally
wounded, and Generals Heath and Lee, son
of R. E. Lee, are said to have been killed.
The Colonel of the 16th Mississippi is a pris
oner. Obi loss was 150:,
FROM GENERAL SIIERMAN.
Return of General Kilpatrick.
Authentic information received here shows
that Gen. Kilpatrick has returned from his
raid on the line of the Macon rail oad, with
out any serious loss, but he ha • had a fatigued
and hard time.: He. brought in one piece of
artillery and 70 prisoners. He effectually de
stroyed the road for :2 miles and injured the
track for ten miles in various places. The
official news from Atlanta is hopeful
The hidian Wax.
The -Indians came within 20 miles of - this
city yesterday, and are- reported to have
driven off 400 head of cattle and mules. .They
are said to b 9 in considerable force near Elk
Horn. Business in town is entirely suspended,
andthe citizens are arming and forming com
panies for defense, and to go to the assist
ance of the settlers at Elk Horn.
New York and the Draft.
NEw Yon K, Aug. 23
The County : Volunteer Committee have re
ported to Governor Seymour and Major
Townsend, the Commissioner appointed, by
the Secretary of War, names of over X 26,000
naval recruits, obtained since the commence
ment of the War, which the Commission will
endeavor to have credited to New York. If
successful the city will be saved from . the
Seizure of Arms.
NEW Rms., Aug.. 23
Marshall Murray yesterday. sefz - Sd -thirty
two cases containing-fifty to eighky,revolvers
each, of_ the Savage arms ooMpany patent.—
The revolvers are supposed to be part of a lot
purchased in this city for the Sons of Liberty
in Indiana, and were stopped at No. 42
Judge of the
Supreme Court of
BosTos, August 23. '
The nomination . of Horace Grey, Jr., for
trudge of Supreme Court, ~of I.lsSeaf.tmlettS,
bsen coOnued by the Ettieutiiis CrifittficiL
PRICE TVO CENTS.
Maw Yous, August 23
WASHINGTON, Aug. 23
OmAxle, N. T., Aug. 23
MI PRINTING WIAL
ADVICBTIKNOIBATEI34.‘4A.MY . _
The thiungialarg the ratag Mir advertising ia the 'fitis
guru. Thaie linen advertising to do Mit gad it tton
*onion Car rokreitCa. .
inf 6 Four tines or laza oonatitate one-bulf square.
lines ormore than four constitute a aguaro.
Mg On @WM.
One day .4 60
Two days .. 00
PAR 1 HALT SWAIM .
One day $ 'BO
Two days... 50
Three jays .. 126
. 2 26
One month .. 600
Two, mnalbs..., 9.00
Three tilontta . U 00
Six months 15 0
One year • ..t- "25 0
. . .. • •
Three days ... 75
One week 125
One month a 00
Two months 4 50
Three months 5 50
Biz months 5 eo
One year 15 00
Funeral Notices each .. • • •
sir Business notices
before Marriages and I
Later from Europe.
DECLINE IN REBEL LOANS.
RIOTING IN IrtF+A.NI).
,Probable Early Removal of British Troops
SANDY HOOK, August 23
The royal mail steamship China, from Liv
erpool on Saturday, August 13th, .via Queens
town 14th, has passed this point.
LIVERPOOL (Saturday Evening,) COTTON.—
The sales to-day amount to 12,100 bales, in
cluding 5,0 oto speculators and for export.
The market is firmer, and prices have an ad
van ing tendency.
Breadstuffs and provisions are inactive.
LONDON (Saturday Evening.)—Consols
closed at 89s@89# for-money. Illinois Cen
tral 45G43 per cent, discount. Erie railroad,
40@42. Shipping arrived from Philadelphia,
Dorsey, at Antwerp.
NEW Yonx, Aug. 23.
The steamer China has arrived, with Liver
pool dates to 13th inst.
The U. S. steamer Kearsarge and another
American steamer passed Deal on the 11th,
Gen. Grant's renewed activity near Peters
burg has caused a decline in rebel loan, and
later American news is anxiously waited for.
More desperate rioting has occurred at Bel
A P.u.ssian decree has been issued, par
tially reducing the forces to a peace footing.
The decrease of specie in the Bank of
France during the week was over 4,000,000
Owing to the protest of American and Eng
lish ambassadors, the Turkish Government
prevents the continuance of religious contro
versy in Protest books.
The Times of Saturday favors the withdraw
al of the British troops from Canada, their
presence being an element of danger. as
voking invasion whenever the Americans have
'a grievance against England.
LIVERPOOL, Aug. U.—Flour is 6d. cheaper ;
wheat easier ; corn firm ; beef steady ; pork
dull ; bacon 6d. lower ; butter steady ; lard
firm ; cotton dull.
In the crown prosecution for shipping sea
men on the pirate Georgia, the prisoners
were found guilty and bound over for judg
MORE TALLAHASSEEB FRYING OUT AT WTEACEN6-
TOI4-THE HOLDICii MEN-lli A-ALUTO=YIN- OLE
NEwaxinr, N. C., Aug. 19
The Raleigh (N. C.) Confederate says that
Gen. S. D. Lee recently arrived at Atlanta,
from the Mississippi, with a large number of
reinforcementi, and participated in the late
Intelligence has been received here Mew
bern, ) stating that, since the sailing : of the
rebel pirate Tallahassee from Wilmington,
seven more steamers of like character had
arrived there, and are now receiving their
armaments with the view of running the block
ade to war on our commerce.
The North Carolina Times speaking of the
recent election, says the Holden men have a
majority in the Legislature.
Mr. Myers; of North Carolina, desired peace
notwithstanding the fact that rebel bayonets
were used to overawe the conservatiVe Tarty
who supported HOlden. In the extreme west
ern counties, we learn 'that Holden: obtains
some very heavy majorities, but these votes
are to be thrown out, on the ground that they
are not considered loyal to the Confederate
Government. At Kinston several men were
imprisoned for voting for Holden.
The Operations in Sherman's
Lpti: , #sloDONAOttiltglo4:ll4lo: , M . Dl:tow
ATTACK ON KNOXVILLE
• Lormsvmr.v, Ang. 22.
The Nashville Times publishes a r port that
Wheeler's forces bad crossed the river above
Chattanooga. The rumor. that he had gone
to East Tennessee is discredited. •
It is reported that a train from Knoxville to
Chattanooga was captured near Cleveland,
and an empty train from Chattanooga . to At
lanta, on Thursday.
The Knoxville fortifications can resist ef•
fectually five times Wheeler's force.
General Steadman's wound was slight,•be
ing only a slight scrateh under the eye. Ho
drove the rebels five miles, and returned to
Chattanooga. A discredited report - prevailed
that the rebel Buckner had been killed in a
Markets by TelegraVih,
PICILADKEPICIA, - . August 23
The receipts of flour continue sma 1 and
the maket is firm, but not much doing. Small
sales superfine at $9 75 ; extra, $lO 75@r1 25,
and extra family at $ll 50(012 50, for old
stock and fresh ground. Nothing doing in
rye flour or corn meal. Strong demand for
wheat at full rates ; sales of 10,010 bushels at
$2 53 for old red, and $2 63(0. 67 for new
Pennsylvania, and $2 70 for Southern. Rye
sells slowly at $1 85. Corif scarce; yellow in
demand, at $1 70. Oats in deman; 4,000
bushels sold at 92®93c. Small s.des bade;
malt, at $2 30. Provisions have an *car,
tendency. Sales mess pork at 42;" hams i
salt, at 18c; lard, 2c. Whiskey is held Ibml
at ad 85. Petroleum =yea slowly at sc; r -
'fined at 82®85c for bonded, and 88®90c fa
N wU - 0 K SHOULDER
DAYS OF SHODDY
Jnat TPVAIN7Pid at rdalFll ReFTEVFER , St FUlflgsmut
Cl UGARS, SYRUPS, TEAS, COFFEE,' of
A 7 all grades and prices, at
.SRISLER & FRAZER, .
SflecessOns to W. Dock, Arai'
jel7 palely in . Fine ramily_Gionerien
MESS BEEF and IVIESSTOUIi;-:--A &yin
article of Mesa Beef and Pork at.
Ara , re ir.„ 0n.4
Ul v lEar BTYNT.EII,..—Fresh roil better
jj from 2nydcr county received every weei. Also
eggs at Rity4l BOYER & ItgERfER.
NEW SUPPLY of pp,ESH SMOKED
RA U, Juni received thismoroing; at
J. FR a •
.101? SuCcWorgi to iir• Dock. JF., • •
p-iemadsv :--Yor Jititi4)
Hermetically toad, Joetrecelved taismorriltae, and
for We by the doses or bottle, a_;4. r.11,_
in the Local Cbirous, or
021 H! Werra FIR LINI for