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_ _EVAND T G, _'-
OEMS THIRD sr., NEAR WALNUT.
TERMS OF SUBS eiti.l,4`lON
Ti PATIN TIMIGRAPII is served .to ,subscribers in the
city at 12 cents per week. Yearly inbscrlbers will be
charged $6 00 in advance.- Thoae person:l who neglecttc
pay in advance wilrbe charge 4 woo.
TUE MIXGRAPHIIS absopubliaMdwdelOy, and Is furnished
subScrpier ff at the - fblTiNtng cash rates
Three copies to one Post Office
Ten copies to.one Post nee,
N IV ADVERTISEMENTS.
CLOSING OUT ,;
MRS. N. MAYER, NO. 13 MARKET STREET,
B EING desirous of closing her Summer
Stock of Blillinery.Goods, offers for sale at greatly
re laced prices, such as
SILK AND STRAW BONNETS,
HATS AND FLATS, &C:
Constantly on hand a splendid assortment of
FANCY GOODS, &C.
Dealers will do well to call, as great bargains can be.
had at wholesale. ' jel4 '13%
IN D. W. GROSS' NEW BUILDING,
A New Philadelphia Cloak Store. Have now a splendid
SPRING & SIMMER MANTELS,
FRENCH CLOTH CIRCULARS, -
NEW FRENCH SACKS, AND
NEW FRENCH LOOSE BASKS.
The above beautiful samples, in .wery color and hand
comely trimmed, from $7 50 to slb. •
CIRCULARS, SACKS ANP BASR.I3,
Handsumety and flatly trimmed, from $lO tip Ward.
CHILDREN'S MANTELS IN LARGE VARIETY%
Millinery and Fancy Goods.
MliB. J. HIBBS, at No. 8 Market Square,
next door to Confectionery, keepa constant&
ly 41 hand the latest styles of B. , nnets, Bats,- Ruches,
Flowers, nibboas, &c., together with a fine assortment Of
Dress Trimmings, Laces, Embroldenes Collars Gat,
liandkerchiets, Hosiery t Gloves and Variety Goods to
4.11 the latest Designs of Dress Patterns direct from the
New Turk samara. Dress and Cloak making neatly exe
cuted. Thankful for thu patronage bestowed since her
claming, she trusts, by a strict atteuthm to business and
her endeavors to give acueral ,atisfaction, to continue to
receives snare oi the public patronage, bl-dato
CJECICP4TAJLI . Z.JED
I S' a 'pleasant, healthy beTerage
Very convenient and refreshing for invalids having
fever or great thirst.
Its porta..ility recommendi3 it b travelers. •
IM-convent. nce at pie-nic:t will be apromated.
likisegar requited; one table-smandul simply dissolVed
tea glass of cold water and it is mine.
KILLLER'S DRUG AND FANCY GOOD STORE,
jell No. 91, Market street..
IN D. W. GROSS' NEW BLOCK, -
Market Street, Harrisburg.
1,000 DIFFERENT STYLES,
CLOAKS AND OIROULA.RS7
. FINE SPRING SHAWLS.
Will opeifou the Ist of ApriL • [mar2l-dly
Psoioer htitinflal.'B OFFICE, 14711 DlSTintrr;
JELtenisennO, Pa., Juno 6, 1864.
o DRAFTED MEN.—I am directed by
A. • Lieut. CoL J. V. Bomford, A. A. Provost Marano.
General, by his Ocular, Ntt fal, of June 4, 1864, to pub.
bah "moat drafted mon are not allowed to enlist as vomit
leers after being (tufted; and that the amnia for drafted
Men will remain for the sub-districts from which they
were drafted, no matter whether local bounty has or has
not been paid to such men, upon enlistment."
JNO. KAY,OLEttiCiiT I
• Captain and Provost Marshal, 14th DIsl; 's.
Jed-dtt . • - _
Steam Weekly to Liverpool.
7110 ACHING at QUEENSTOWN, (COrk
t nor.) The well known Steamers of the Liverpool,
New York and Philadelphia Steamship Company, are In
tended to sail as follows:
Caty of Baltimore, t-aturday, August 27 ; Etna Satur
day, tioptemeer 3 ; tdiuburgh, Sa.u.day, Septe.bor 'lO,
and every succeeding Saturday, at Noon, from Pier 44,
RATES OF PASSAGE,
Illi'LLlll.ll Ea GOLD, on rrs souvremisnr IN croassirol.
Orloff CABIN SBO 001 STE.E.HatIE • $3O 00
•so Landon 65 001 do to London 34 00
40 30 'Paris 06 00j de to; Pans' 10u
010 So Illumburg.....i:so 00 • itu , ...40. natannsg..... a 00
pasemagera also forivard to, Navre, Branum, Rutter.
dam, Ln.twerp, Ito., at equally low rum - -
Fares Crum 'Liverpool or Queenstown: 14 'Cabin, $76,
$O6, $lO6. Steerage, $B6. Those wOo wish to send foi
Sbetr friends can buy tickets here at these rates.- -
Ifor further information apply artba Company's Moss
JOAN 4 DALE, Agent ) 16 Droadway, N. Y. or 0
ALBRECHT, RIERES & SCHMIDT'S
EXidErH' EIOR PIAN'OS,
SOLE AGENCY AT W. .E.YOCIIES,
93 Slarket street, Harrisburg.
FOR REASONS perfectly butisfactory to'
_l2 MYSELF]. have whoa the agency of the above ram
excellent Pianos. The public is invited to come and ex
amine for tneunlelves.
A few Sobvuoiolicer & Co's Plano* on bend yet will be
dam low. „ enar_244l
PHOTOGiIt APR ALBUMS
Photograph Albums. #
rrispe largest and cheapest variety of &HO
IOGRAPS ALBUMS el the city ire constantly kep
(*Min BERGNER% CHEAP BOOKs'TORE.
SOLE—AGENCY FOR THIS 'CITY,
to offer to the public a large
atarapien arasaortment of
SUPERIOR :GOLD PEI i s
maatificturad by • !
'numb= are wail flziehad, elastic, and will • wive en
tice altiliao4lol4 •
• • . -: • scatExaSlOS %MOB STOltry
labbistraet, opposite Preabytetian Cburqa, Jibrrisbirx
SALMON.—Fine salt Salmon, at
nu` 13111,SLER ai FRAZER.
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Northern . Central- Railway.
lIBLIC NOTICE Ili 'hereby given thatthe P
FREIGrit aria BAGGAGE deiiribod in the follow
mg list remains unclaimed in the Warehouse of the
Northern Central Railway Company at Harrisburg. Con
signees are hereby notified to coins forward, pay charges,
and take their property away, or the same will be sold
according to law, J. N. DU BARRY, Gen'l Supt.
GMEBAL SUPERINTSNDENT'S OITICZ, -
AtFOOST 15, 1864.
No 1, " Williamspbrt and Harrisburg check 443, ore
No 2, Elmira and Harrisburg chtok 20, one box, Lieut
A-II i I ler, Harrisburg
No 3, Baltimore and Harrisburg check 20, one box
No 4, no check, one boa, J Barran, Lockport, Niagara
No 5, no check, one box, Lit ut A Scott, Harrisburg
No 6. no check, one box, no marks
No 7, no cheek, one box, Jacob - Weaver, Pittsburg •
No 8, no check, ono box, rtouben Porringer, Balta.'
No 9, no check, fair leather trunk, do
No 10, no check, one box, Capt Phillips, Harrisburg
No 11, no check, black B trunk, SJ, St Joseph's acade
my, Phila . ._,
.1%0 12, no check, fair farther trunk, n mar ks ' •
No 13, no check, fair feather trunk, Copt Lyman, Har
risburg . .
N 0 .14, no 'check, black leather trunk, no marks
,N 0.15, no (heck, bin k leafier trunk. no marks 4 .
No 16, 1.0 check, ono box, Jno McGee, Harrisburg
No 17, no check, one box, Coo L Stephens, Harriaburg
No 18, no check, one box, Newport station, P K K
No 19, no Check, ono box, RAWL Robison, PlulaJolphia
••No 2A, no check, black trunk, Jno Gemmel, Lewis
Kb 21, Danville and. Harrisburg check 512, fair leather':
trunk, Wm B Barber, Milton, Pa . • -'• ' -
Nu . ...2, no cheek, black trialk, no marks
No 23, no cheek, lair leather trunk, W S Scott, Bunts
lie, tihio • • •
• Nu 24,- do check,' fair leather trunk; Rhos 'McDaniel
No 25, no eti ck, back trunk, Sarah
No 26 no check, black trunk, G S Axel, Bingbarop ,
ton, N Y . ,
No 2t, Willianispott, and Harrisburg 'check 92, fair
lea her valise, nu marks
No 28, Baittniore and Harrisburg check 687, fair leather
valise, uo marks - - •
~. No 29, tl'o , heck, fair loather valise, no marks ,
i No 50, no check, black trunk, Jno E Mont oe, Lannon- •
No 31, no check, one box, Michael Trains, Allentown
No 32, nu meek, one box„ no marks
No 33, Scranton sail isburg check 259, one box
, Nu 34,. no check, one box, Mrs plank, Prosperity, PA
No 35, no chei.k, one box, Henry Will, Beading
' No 86, no chock, one box, no marks -
No 37, no amok, b..,g of saddles, no marks
No 38, no _check, saddle, Ignatius Fictomew, Palings
Nu 39, no check, black bag, no marks
No 40, no ch ck, buck bag, Mary Foster, Harrisburg
' No 41, no cueck, blues osg, no marks
No 42, no cueck, bin k-bag i mo marks
No 43, uo cur ck, bitok b eg no , maks
, Nci4-4, no chick, Lifie k bag, J'Oh.dao, Jersey Shore, Pa
No 45, Wililatuepor4N9id likeiobicrg cneek 36, black
bag * ,lty
2no marks -, tii 1,1 - '[..'-i... - - '''--
No 46, no ch • • • -. . '• a
No 47, uu cuc: r''• :i.'i• 's'
No 48, no child •,... I. _, ii., ,' i',_,,''
Nu 49, 110 C, '4. ( * . T ., -7, ;
No 50, no . ;*- •.. , e,!; 4 3k,..' **lT , ' 1, , •, .
No 51, no „A,...,-1-4 ,, ,.. , ; - 7: ,• -, ,
No 52, 110 'r" , ' ,l `. . L.r ., N•• • `lrC:" "1 -: i
NO 51, no :,.. ..n'm ~ - c .,.- " : . 1 ,' .. .; ::i1f.t. , .„ ..'
' No 54. no clii" .. .- 1. . )7 ,'. -... ' 'Arkeatt ke
K J Flonung,Stie'hund._4ll#lll; _.'- ,•- , •
A L Babcocir - 1b41110,' - ''.:. :,..-'' - ' , ..k* . ' .:
' N Frazer,: i liviekbeif Fr',l - -,,- , :: , ,,iw'',..-
. I) Faller, told:lM . '""';',144 .. -,,:,...._,,-1FE.,.-.,,,,,1
H Gllberc,, , a i'' , la 1 ,1 :!
45 t.i . :41
' Nelson Bryne lit , 7'i'.t ;"`.?"'
S Barkder, one bokrluddt''- '. -- - - iw. - . - - ~- ,
, B Hawkins, one giatiii# 2. ' , -. --, i,."...!.. , ••=' , _l
mola:mid ar. B, one box - -and-riest ,-,....:-' r
J Alb rt., ono barrel, terb - b fres
Thos Hicaok, one Dux hardware'
b o consignee, 204 brick, no m rks '
Is o consignee small box, no mai ks
bo consignee, 44 &meta iron, no marks
No consignee, package indigo
No.Conslgneo, one box merunandise, Davidailmen, Ear
risbifig. '8416 Or
THE PROVOST MARSHAL'B.OFFICE•
" . .:PROVOSTIHARSELAL'S OFFICIR, 14th Thartcr,
HARRISBURG, i'a., Au gust 15, 1304.
THE FOLLOWING 114 0
th. Provost Marshal's Office i re published for the In
struction and guidance of all p‘prsons int%eated, in order
tbat, in lutuie, the pubic ne eh 'not be in doubt auto
when, where and to whow, w apmy for information on
mutters connected with thi s department.
Ist The Board of Enro'Ament, convenes each day (Sun
days excepted) in the mcper room at 10 o'clock A. sr. If
businet* requires it, tb a . morning session will contain*
till 12h; o'n'ock K,; the afternoon melons commence
at 2u, o'clock and tontine till 8 o'clock P. K. In no
ruse will exiundir.tions for disability be made agar day
2nd J. J. Weitzel, principal clerk to Board of Enroll.
maul, will at a'a timed furnish information propeeto be
furuinhed fror.n the records of the Board.
Brd. A. F. Clapp, adjutant and special deputy, will be
found. iu Mike room of the Provost Marshm. lie has
a genemle,harge, aud can be applied to in all cases.
4111 Tl•.e Euroilwent Department is in charge of D. 3.
6th A. R. Eyster superintends the mustering satire
cruitilig department, and tins charge or the records and
lode connected therewith; also, whit enlistments into the
"Veteran It serve °ems." • - •
6th R. E. QOM has
,charge of the clothing depart-
7th For inforination with reference to hories and
property seized as the property of the Government, ap•,
ply to Jehn E Heller, in the Mustering and Recruiting LI,o!
Bth For information with reference to Deserters and
persons arrested, apply to same department
9th John Charters has charge of accoun.s, records,-&c..
10th For information upon any sub.ect not above ape
cifically designs ed, apply to the Provost Marshal, or ta
Adjutant A. F. Clapp. -
. tith. All clerks and employees are required to be at
their vista for duty at 8 o'clock A. K. The office will be!
eloseu. to.tbe public at 6 we:ea.:F. M.
lerke and employees Are required and. directed
to be polite, courteous and attentive mall persohaticing
buSflusa in the rruvost Mare ndla Olen.. It is a duty and
tik arum to eform and serve anoseWeguiriog infaimattoa
or service, and if- any cleik or. employee rails in promp t
attention or proptr courtesy, ha will be sconce discharged.
Clerks end. Inept yeos are not permitted w reo irs
fee or reward for services. rendered. if they do so, tbe
penally will be immediate discharge. To offer such fee
feud to receive it are equally high Muatemeauor a
.•, Jx4). y CLMILStIT,
Captain and Provost Kandla'
14th District Penn.
,rnembers of the Ifoird. of Enr.flinent are J.rtut
Kay Coptent,Trovost Llitiirsttal, Charles C. Rawly Corn
inis.9l.ohat;,,S. T. Charlton, tiurgeon ; either of whom
way cousulted stall -tones, during Mennen; hour; in
m.tters e.dmectedltrith the business of the board.
The Provost office is in Fourth Amok' op
posite the Government' !lately. auglera Ita
B A R - A I N S
, . GLOVES,
HOOP SKIRTS, -
LADIES' HAIR, NETS, and
. HEAD DRESSES,
". 0111 - tNCH LACE, a !
TISSUE VEIL i t
liiiiNteMtar LOW - PRICES..
Everybody should moll it.enee, and 151011 great loth
gains, at z Yrs. MAYER !
mita Off . No. 13 Market forgot
QPIDELLOySTEIIB.---Zitta rine Nifitikeine
kJ •%taws spiatileandlar Ale by Itiorpfiti F ctir a tianil
. ;. 414ebeeParq, to W. Dock,l77Ro.
NEW FISH.—New No. 1 and 2 YLackerel
at (+ in Maw* half barrels and kiti and k
."'' '- ‘2 HE IT N - 1 - 0 . N—Wki
. W :
.A:3 D F 0
.R p v .y, f!,-_-.-7.= Webster..
HARRISBURG, PA., THURSDAY 'EVENTING, AUGUST 25, 18b4
"'WSTAII'S" EXTERMINATORS ,
• , "COSTAR'S" EXTERMINATOR&
"COSTAR'S" EXTERMINATORS. .
• • EITIMMINATOM.
. .. • • •
• or RAU, A tice,'Ronehee, Ants; rind Bugs,
guns, moths •In Furs, Woollens, Insects
on Plant., Foy tvls„ Andbmole, ete. '' •
‘4ls y e st& Wished in N. Y. City."
"Only Iranll ado remedies known."
'Free from POiSIMB."
"Not demon. lin CC thil Hama nimily."
"Rate name o ut, of their holes to die."
tar Sold by all Drugg ,tstaewerywhere '
/arm Bswaas lII.t al worthless iptitatlons. •
Costar,s Depot, No.' 482 llDradisty, N. Y.
*Sold by . D. W. - 0110813 & CO.,
Wielesaie and retail agents.
And by all Druggist's lu tarrisburg, Pa Jeio•daw3m
JtTLIUBI ki OW4ENDALE,
Practical and Scieotilic
No. 29 NORTH SECOND STREW, NEAR WAI,,NUT,
HARRISBURG, PA, • ,
; Parlicular attention to caged to the 'celebrated CaliCave
,oolo43X Crystal Spectacles, which are warted to'
'strengthen anti preserve the eyes of the wearer, and to
Jsa from 10 C., ASyear . e . without change. .
. . .
LleA of prices sent free to auy direction.
Condive and coliVes.les, het in steel frames, $4.
Goicaviaud convek crystal /0111 . 1111: net in heet steal
frames, $3. . .
Gmcave and convex crystal lenses, set In ailverframes.
Concave and convex crystal lenSeS,Bet In platina frames,
Concave and convex crystal lenses, Set in gold fraud*,
la to $25. ,
In ordering spectaclesbow state long glasses are use&
Any pair of glas-es purchased; either here or sent to or.
der, can be exchanged if not suited to the eye, '
Always an hand a huge assortment of Aeromatic
croscop.s, Telescopes, Opera and Field Glasses, Thermom
eters; Barometers, CoMpasses, Drawing Instrunihnis, and
Sten °scopes, with the latest- views.
ordend stamp for.a.tantitegue containing prices, &a,
1$ 01:1i E li/tit
TOTIEN, 011 the Bth inst.:, 'from thilivery
IJ ataele of the sebscrioer, i 1 Hairlsbnrg , - a ROAN
et a.Rig, 9 yens old 1544 haws higb,. small star oil face,
black mane and tail; - whitetaark oJ right hind, pasture;
shows the white of „tier eyes when working or moving her
hetit•,_' always pabes whoa under the saddle. Also,. a
BUGGY, Painted Mack, atripAd white, letter g, on both!
side panels, leather .cushiou and cop. Also, a sal of
klAglslgsg. $4O reward will bepaid for the return of the
stare, Bogly and Harness, or for such Information as will
lead to their recovery, and the arrest of the thief.
• aug9 dtf ' F. K.:SWARTZ.
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS BY TEE NORTH
ERN CENTRAL RAILWAY.
la accordance with the pinfisions of the new Internal .
Revenue law, it becotnee netmesary mat all receipts given
by this company for merchandise received `for transporta-:
tion,sheuld bear.au INTERNAL REVENUrs; UAW oil
the value of two cents, the expenses of, the same to be
borne by the party receiving each receipts. All remit) e
taken by this company for merchandise delivered to cOn
Agnew / will be stamped by said company.. .
Cons gimes ; requiring a recemt irom,the company, for
money paid for freight (when eackiding twe n ty dollais,Y
men affix the'stiMp. "--; J. N. DU BARRY,
• General enpermtendent.
Once of .Gederie•Supqrinteitdent northern
Central Railway w., 'take., Aug. 16, 1864 . - aul6-2w
sErlNET . *ykaas' 'with .the
L i trm
most Minions of all dkserta for the table; the light,
eat and most gratehd aft for invalide and 'children,
Yillc centains every element of the bodily conslitutton,%
when coagulated with rennekit is always light add easy oi
digestion, and supports 1.40 system, with the 108}3% possible
excitement. Whenstiirgreater nutritive power is desired,
cream and, sugar may be added.. d. teaspoonful converts
a quart at mink into a arm curd. Prepared and sold r
Wholesale and retail by 8. A. KUNKIL,
,lel6-Sf . . ; .
..118 Market street. ,
PW3..fAC Nona lidiehy given; that int
pursuance of the eta of Aaieribly of-Pennsylvania,
passed the drataity on.hitie,lBosS, thestoulthoWnie pf the
trrardaui Omit,. of Wastungtoh,renua4 will apply to the
will 6010141 of the Legislature for .a renewal of its chit?
ter, With au increase of as cepa/11 . 11ton $150,000 to
Wane's:woe, PA.,..lune 24,.1884..-..-je2T
VIPLILY -FLOIJR.--BHISLER 4
j: F►taZER have made arrangements with one of the
oust mills In the country to supply too Tamil es of Harris
ourg with cuoice MOOR. Evety barrel warranted, and
delivered to any part of the city free of charge.
SiIISLED. 8 FuAZEt,
Dealers In Fine Family Groceries, opposie °Sart
Rouse. : *tag
CHEESE.--Ohoice new crop Cheese, just
received at - Dy/filts.. 80Y441t & Kt!Rana.
COIIXTRY 60A.P.-LA but superior
lot of Rome•rnade Soap just received at
.1111 SHISLER ac FRAZER'S.
EXTRA WHITE WHEAT FLOUII.-Se-
Au locitd White Wheat !dirtily Flour, just received
two for sale at . MULES st !WEB,
JYB ' Successors to W: Dock, Jr.,, A
IGI A. XTR FAMILY FLOUR and - CORN
1:41 MEAL always on hand, of Lilo best qualltt'at_
Id BOYER ta EuEIIPER.
. . • „
HAMS! HAMS fresk supply of Mich
jl eners's Excelkor !lame and Dried Beef, -
who TOR . k KORRPRA
. . ,
it ArifJElEDlEß'fiszorlator lianas, of this sea
iii. rows sump Ant 1000ived mut foreale ky
• . - • EHLE44;ER ar.I'ItA.ZER;
' ridlirDli, ...'- 'll filmtpiArwounro to . Wm Dark. ir. . k rk•
StiLD.--Fifie Mesa Shad of thotea.
000,nlailtbarfebt.444 kas re vfecatiNd
Jel : /11 ' "StaassorMir iCrA . MitZtk2:4,
nO YOU wish a good Gold Pan ? If so
Al all at 1101111111111 limatars, ,
Philadelphia and Erie Rail-
T His great line traverses the Northern and
Northwest counties of Pennsylvania to the city of
Erie, on Lake Erie.
RUB been leased by the ParigIITINAMA Rarrfflaran CON-
Pan; and under their envier:a is being rapidly opened
throughout lie entire len, if iL l. sense
It is now in use fof r and Freight business
from Harrisburg to St. Marrs ( 16 miles) on the Eastern
Division, and from Sheffield to Erie (78 miles) on the
,Western Division. . • •
TINE OF PASSENGER TRAINS AT HARRISBURG.
Le4e: "144*allt. •120 r. It.
E5O a. X.
Express Train' 315 a. I.
`fi Cars run through wrorour Ortarani both ways on these
trains !between: Philadelphia and Lock Haven, and be
tween Baltimore and Lock Haven.
Elegant Sleeping care on Erpreee trains both ways be
tween Williamaport and Baltimore, and Williamsport and
For information respecting Passenger business apply at
'the S. E. Corner 11th end Market streets.
And for Freight businesicif the Company's Agents:
,t B. B. Kingston, Jr. , corner 13th and Market streets,
J. W. Reynolds, Erie
J. M. Dro4 Agent N. O. K It:, Baltimore.
H. - H. HOUSTON, •
General freight Agent, /Mira.
LEWIS L. HOUPT, -
Genteel Ticket Alpert Pax
• JOS. POTTS,
farmed Metnager, lfralionsport.
CHANGE OF HOTIRS.—On and altar
day ~• April 4th, 1864, - Passenger trains will rim
daily, u follows, (Sundays excepted:)
CHAMBERSBURG AND HARRISBURG:
. IL P.
Leave BagereStown 1.00 2.46
“ Greencastle • • I.BT 8.1315
&die at • sly 4.20
_ Leave at..
8.30 12.6 i
Leese Shippenstourg Y.OO LS6
Newville O.SS 100
". - Carlisle 6.65 10.1 Q 2.42
" Mechanicsburg ... 626 1.0 42'
Arrive at Harrisburg . 166 1115 2.40
IPOR. CHAMBERSBURG 4:16) HA . GERSTOWN:
a. at. r. M. 'P. ii.
Leave Harrisburg 6.06 1.32 4 2t.
" Meebantesburg 11.4 T 116 4.64
Carlisle 127 2.66 6.21
" . Newiille NM 3.20 -
`i Shippezeiburg 10.33 4.00
chanibersbarg, I Arrive at MOO 4.30
Leave at 11.10 4.40
Leave Greecastie 1165 6.30
.I: Trive at gageratMa 12.36 110
131' Malang close connections at Harrisburg with trains
o n - Pblbuteiptda, New York and Pittsburg ; and with
r am' for all pohns West
gsgetlii Tads leaving . Karrisburg at . LSO, P. iL, rune
aa t a a g [a: as Carlisle: CO. N. LULL, Swpt.
7ff . ft. ori;oa- Chamberelnug, April 4,1664-1 y
GLAD „NEWS FOR THE UNFORTUN ATE
3MSCOVERED AT LAST
• . .
COMPOUNDED FROM ROOTS, BARKS AND
- c gAVIAI.r4BE EEX.3DY, gatPrat 1 0" . A tir6 " l4 `
c'vez all. di .f duo. rionarY sroma, such. as Imolai.
View of tAe Ovine, indainnation of the Adder, bylaw
• nation VIA. Kidneys, Stone in Un - -Bladder, Stricture,
Gravel, Glint, Gonnorhea, and is (specials raxmasended
in those oases of inner .aibur (or Mita in faunas) where
all the oldrususense nedienses haw final.
Wlt is prepared in a highly concentrated form, the
does only being from one to two teaspoonfuls three times
per day. •
- It is diuretic and alterative in its action; purifying
and cleansing the blood, causing it to flow in all of its
original pnefty sad vigor; t h us removing from the system
all pemiclo as caw whieb have induced disease.
CHEROKEE INJECTION Je intended as malty or assist
ant to the I HIEROKKE REMEDY sad should be used in
canfinction with that medicine in all cases of Gonorrhea,
Glen, Pular Affirm or Whites. Its- effects are healing,
soothing and damn ?Mat t removing all scalding, heat,
chordoe and pain, la stead of the burning and almcet un
endurable pain that b, experienced with nearly all the
cheap Vock Injections •
WY* By the use of the CHEROKEE RESIEDY and
CHEROKEE ENJECTIOV—the two medicines at the same
rime—all improper thane nee are removed, and the weak
mod organs are ripeoagy restored to full vigor and
/For full particulars, get our pamphlet iroM any
drug store in Ehe country, or write
.us, and we will mail
free, to any address,- a Bill tanain ,
eat-Price, CHEWS= asso3DY, $2 per bottle, or
three bottles for $5. "
112L.Prioo CHEROKEE INJECTION, $2 per bottle, or
thresibottles for $5.
113.8 eat by express' to any address on receipt of
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DR. W. R. WIN .1t -
Fosle reol.trietor t
marl6-eodly No. 59 Liberty street, New York.
THE GREAT •
- EOM, EAMES AND LEAVES.
kA etveaim mu for .9perneatorrlsed, Araminat Weak
ener, Nocturnal illll4l‘olll, and all diseases caused by self-
Peaelition; such as Loss of Memory, Universal Lassitude
Pam' sit the Bach, .Dirmustr if Pinion, Premature Old dye
Weak Nem*, Dijksolly of Itpail;' rrernblisg, Wakeltd
ness, Eruptions on the rave, Pals Countenance, Insanity,
Consumption, and as axe Diesfeel eontpk.eints caused by de.
Partingfrob thepdOie mare.
mac eine is a idniide vegetableextract, and one
n Stich 000 r, e. 7, *sit has been used in oar practice
ter many year; anal with thousands treeded,lf boo not
oiled in a single Inc anew Its curative powers have been
aullicieut to pin 010, lOU over the me* stubborn case.
441 - TO thoee who I . AIM trilled with their constiunion,
unto they trunk th em 'elves beyond the reach of method
Id, we would say, Dpi weir not / the Cinema= Cam will
moors 700 10 h ea lth an Tiger, and after all nook doe
-tors have tatted I'
arFor ran parnentan get a Circular front nay Drug
Arlin the usantry or t o the Proprietor, who will
mad free to any 01 4 Vs the mimeo' MU Melba in
sir4vAgx*sh per b o dy" * three heath!. , for Eby
:Ibilmatied_by,arpreana wit of the world.
sir Sold by all
" WTI dri l s WlN h CO.,
mar/Oadly zia. WM 1) 46 7 MA New Tor&
That cottage was a thatched one, the outside
old and mean;
Yet everything • within that. cot was won
drous neat and clean;
The night was dark and stormy , ; the wind
was howling *Ha ;
A patient mother watched beside the death
bed of her ehild,
A little worn out creature, his once bright
eyes grown dim.
It was a collier's witiand child ; they called
him "Little silnr ' .• •
And Oh! to see the briny tears fast Miming
dowp her cheek, u
As she offered up% prayer in thought; she was
afraid to speak,- -,
Lest she might waken one she loved flir bet
ter than her life,
For she had all a mother's heart, lilid that
poor collier's wife.
With hands uplifted, see, she kneels beside
't the sufferer's bed, I .
And prays to God, He will spare her boy and
take herself ins ead.
She gob! her answer from - the child; soft fall
their words from-him;
Mother! the angels do so smile and beckon
have no pain, dear mother now, but oh !
lam so - dry ; . -
Just moisten• poor • Jim's lips again, and
mother, don't_ ye or!:
With gentle trembling haste she lipid the
tea cop to his lips; -
He smiled to thank her, as he took three little
"Tell father when he comes from work. I said
"go d night" to-him
And mother, now I'll gcto sleep." Alas! poor
little dim. .;- . - •
The cot age door is openod, the collier's step
The father and-the mother meet, but neithtir
speak a word.
He felt that all was over; he knew his child
He took the candle in his hand . and walked•
toward the bed;
Hisqnivering lips give,tokin of the grief he'd
lain conceal. .
And see, his Wife has joined him! the stricken ;
With heads bowed doWn with sadness,: they
humbly aek of ; Him
In Heaven once more to meet again their own;
poor 'little Dn."
.~Yt :M q: t ~t : 4: r, M. t
Senate met At 3
On'motion of Mr. CLYMER; the Senate
proceeded to the consideration of bill entitled
An act to revive and continue in force the law
graduating the purchase money for lands in
which money is due the Commonwealth.
Mr. FLEMING moved that thetHentete pro.
ceed to the consideration of House bill No,
1516, an aetrelative to the payment. of boun
ties in the city of Harrisburg. The Senate. by
a vote of nineteen to twelve, refused to con
sider the bill. which therefore falls.
Mr. REILLY mole& to discharge the Fi..
nance Committee from the farther consider*.
tion Of a joint resolution offered by him yes=
terday proViding for the adjournment of the
Legislature at .11 o'clock to-day. The ques
tion, on motion of Mr. LOWRY,. was post..
poned for the present:, •
Several local bounty-bills *era negatived,
on account of their provisions conflicting
with those of the general bounty bill.
Mr. JOHNSON offered a resolution provid
ing for the appointment of a committee to
frame a new military : bill - during the vacation.
Several amendments , were offered, which, with
the original resolution, were voted down.
A lengthy message , from the Governor, was
read, returning, without his approval, an act
egalizing the action of the board; of military
Th , question, "Shall the bill pass notwith
standing the objections of the Governor ?"
was decided in the negative.
A am:dation was offered by Mr. LOWRY,
and adopted, requesting tlie Governor to in
sist upon the board of claims sitting regularly
until the *hole of the claims were adjudi
lini'Senate adjourned until 8' o'clock.
ROUSE OE REPOSENTATIVES.
WEDNESDAY; August 24, 1864.
Senate amendMents;to -the supplementary
militia bill were coneiftredin. : • _
Mr. METERS offered a resoltition. request
ing the President to refrain from enforcing, in
Pennsylvania, the draft of the sth of Septem
ber. Referred to committee on Federal Re
The report of the committee of conference
on the general bounty- bill was adopted.
On -motion of Mt.- -BROWN, Semite _joint
resolution relative to the One Hundred.nd
Eighty-seventh regiment, P. V.,Vas taken up
and passed. - :
Mr. WATSON presented a petition of col-
ored citizens - of Pennsylvania, asking the
right of suffrage. "Bead. - and laid on the ta
ble. . , •
tienste bill CO authorize the revision of the
grade of a portion of Bridgewater street and
Bridge street, in-the city of Philadelphia, was
P as .
The House met at 7 3 / 4 o'clock. •
Mr. REX. offered a resolution that The
Houses adjourn sine die to-morrow:at II s. at.
On motion crfIifrAES2MSTED, the resolution
was postponed for the.pretie - nt.. •
Mr. SMITH (Chester) presented the report
of the committee of conference on the reve
nue bill, which was adopted. -
A message was received from the`Governor
stating his approval of certain
Mr. SMITH (Chester) presented the report
of the committee f# Conference oh the sol
diers' voting bill, whieli was adopted.
Mr. CUCMAN (Philadelpliits) -offered a
resolution providing for the adjournment of
*IWO HOWKS to=morrow morning at eleven
O'cloCk, A. In - . : • --- -
Adjourned till nine o'clock to-moriow
TRICE TWO -CENTS.
WiDNEBDAY, Aug. 24, 1864.
STIIIIPRINTING °f isle
Amami*"Ailiz-gm, , =amt..
The feflowtig are we Ire In the .sap - -- ,
tam% These having advertising to do wrn find 't con
sume tfor. refbrence. -.
4 f4r- Four lines orissirixtutitnter or.e.half Square. Nisiirf- -
Uses ormore than four Qmstftute a square.
FOE • HAI3 squanA FOB 021:1 swans
T On wo dae day
. $ 80
Two One day
1. ILO 60
ys . Is days
Three days 76 Three days .. Iss
One week 125 One weer— . 226
One month . ... ...... 800 One moistid... 0.1 t... 6 00.
Two months 4 50 Two months g9U
Three months 6 60 Three month& 1.1 00
Six months... a SOO Six months 15 0
One year 15 00 One year.... . ...:.:~ 25 0
_BlBtlces - a ..."....04
Auditor's Notices 1 r
Funeral Notices each Insertion
Sr SWAM. laotloem
before Marriages lad
331 3 leregrallici•
The Cavalry Fight at Front
13.•aeri3foris, Aug. 24.
The following is the official dispatch re
ceived by Gen. Torbert :
HEADQUARTERS /ST CAVALRY DrrnimoN, Aug..
15th, 1864..—General Torbert: There was but
1 ttle more fighting after my dispatch sent you
at 7 P. M.
The 2d brigade did superbly. It captured
one hundred and forty horses. Twelie offi
cers were also taken. The Ist brigade also
did magnificently, capturing over fifty pris
oners and repulsing a heavy force of infantry,
!killing and wounding a large number. Two
battle-flage were captured, and the old.„-glivf-_
sion gave the boys a- most magnificent dresr
sili Tte Reserve brigade was not engaged. The
prisoners represent Kershaw's division, o.f
Longstreet's corps, and Somer's and Wick
en's brigades of cavalry, both smal. brigades.
The country was open and several elegant
mounted charges were made.
The enemy tried to turn our left by wading
the river up to their waists, but they. found us
laying for them and we corralled them,.shootr
ing. them down until they cried for mercy.
Over thirty of their dead, and a large number
of their wounded lie in one spot.
The enemy opened with splendid practice
from two batteries. I rejoice to say our cas
ualties are small for the amount of tighting
done ; sixty will cover my enti a loss.' I
never saw the command act better or do more
A rebel Colonel was killed and his body, is
in our hands. Two field officers were cap
tured. The prisoners report that , they camel
liom Culpepper and have been marching hard.
I sent the prisoners and our wounded to
Winchester to-night. Please see to, arrange
ments for the wounded. I start at daylight
in the morning. -
W. MERRITT, Brigadier GenaraL
From the Shenandoah Valley.
HAMPER'S FERRY, VA., Aug. 23, t -
via Beurimuitz, Aug. 24„
The position - of our Army still remains un
changed._ A strong line of entrenchments
have been thrown up 'by our troops, and a
heavy line of skirmishers have been thrown
out in front. Desultory skirmish firing could
be heard all day yesterday and a tlus morning.
It broke oat with redonbled strength in front
of the 19th Corps, holding the centre. -
Nothing of any importance resulted froth
it, however, and it has now almost entirely
Twelve o'clock.—No evidence the enemy
being in our immediate front has been ob
tained as yet, and it is believed that they will
make an attempt to cross the river, although
our latest news from Williamsport says that
they had not yet crossed the Potomac.
Onus could be heard yesterfley up' the
river, snpposed to be Averill shelling the
woods in the direction of Sharpsburg. .
The army is lying quietly in their (v.-
trenched camps, and the sutlers are arriving,
which looks like a protracted sojourn. -
There is very little news of interest from
- - - _
Gen. Max Weber has been relieved from the
eommand of Harper's Ferry and ordered to
report for duty in the DepartmAnt of the Sus
quehanta.' • • -
Gertral*itevenson now las command, of the
post of HarpAr'e Ferry. •it, .
, Beurixonz, August 24.—A resident of Win
chester, Virginia, temporary sojourning
here, informs me ,Mat he has private informa
tion from there which leads him to believe
that the rebels are preparing to lalll back from
Internal Revenue Decision.
TREASURY REPAID MEET,
OFFICE OF NATIONAL REVENUE,
WASHINGTON, Aug: 'l3.
Sia : In answer to your letter of the 10th
inst., I have to state that telegraph, companies
should make the retu n required , by section
107 of an act of June 30th, 1864, to the As
sistant Assessor of the District in which their
principal office is located.
Very respectfully, - a
JOS. J. LEWIS, Commissioner.
To American Telegraph Company,
No. 145 Eroadway, New York
The Investment of Fort Motgiin
NEW Otaxiss; Aug. 16.
via Csuto, August, 23.
The land forces under General Granger are
within three hundred yards of 'Fort Morgan,
and a general assault is expected in a few
days. The fleet is hilly'prepared; including
the ram Tennessee. Fort Morgan , is silent.
There is now seven feet of. water at Mobile.
The rebel report of an attack on and slarigtiter
of our troops is untrue.
Cotton is drill at present. • •
WASHINGTON, August 24.
The following deaths are reported at the
army hospitals : Samuel Pike, Company G,
71st Pa.; W. Stevens, Company F,6lst,Pa. ;
Samuel E. Snyder, Company 14.Sth'Pa.
ajor Wm. P. Biddle, 4th Pennsylvania
cavalry, wounded, has reported here.
ALTOONA, Aug. 24.
Over two hundred men engaged on the
works of the Pennsylvania railroad have en
listed in the one year's service.
BALM:IOkt, Atlg. 24.
The Baltimore and Ohio railroad is now
open as far as Harper's Ferry. •
New York Sitock,Mai.lieth
NEW Yowl, August 24.
Stocks irregular; Chicago and Rook Wend,
1104; Cumberland pretesred, 55E ,
Central scrip, 129; Illinois Ceirtrir bOuds,
1361; Michigan Southern, 854; New -tiork
Central, 129;"1"ennliylvatilirCord, 110; Read
ing, 1324; Ettidscu River i .l29; Cfantoft Com
pany, 34; Missouri sixes, 63e;. 1104;
Cleveland, Colrunbus and , _, Cincinnati, 71;
Cleveland and TittsbOrg, 1104; Terre Haute
and Alton, - 68; Pittsburg and Fort
1111; Chicago and North Western,- 634ipauld,
2564; one year-Ottinoutes , :i s,
Ten forties, 1031; Five-twenty coupons, /13i;
Coupon sizes, 1094.
In the Laail br
Maki' them nu Lma tbr