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NF.W A 1)V PAtTISIK[III.INTS.
BELOW • COST.
DIRS. M. MAYER, NO. 1 I.IIARKET STREET,
'TIEING desirous of closing her Summer
1.." Stock of In,nuery Geode ; offers for sa!e u greatly
re weed prices, euo6 ae
SILK AND STRAW BONNETS, •
Et TS AND FLATS, &C.
Constar.dy on hand a splendid assurtine,A of
' HuOP SKIRTS,
HAN OKERCIIIF,I , I-,
FANCY GOODS, &C.
Dealers will do well to cult, as great bargains can be
bad at wlaolosalo. jel4 ly
CIR C ULARS
IN P. W. GROSS' NEW BUILDING,
A New Philadelphia Cloak Store. Have new a aplendtd
SPRINLI Sc SUMMER BIANTELS,
• FRENCH CLOT' CIRCULARS,
NEW FRENCH 6ACKS, AND
NEW FRENCIi. LOUSE BASKS.
The ahoy') beautiful eamples, color and !laud
tamely trinuuud, !rum $7 60 to I,lb.
CIRCULARS, SACKS AND BASK::.;,
Haud.suiutuy and In lily trimmed, from Ulf upward.
LIII,.DIWI'd SIANTLI.d IN I.Arui E VARIETY.
pWlinery atni Fancy Goods.
ARS. J. 111.13.135, at No. S Market Square,
'' , ilexthour to Fulis'elkinfechuttery, keeps con.ttuit,
;Attu the !aka lit) It'd 11l BuLtliOLS, Hatd, knotiob,
, togothor with a tine atisortatem of
Ikea kriditiozoti-, Latioa, Embroideries, Collars, Culi
Hawke:chiefs, li.siery, Gloves and Variety Goods in
Alt Chi latest Designs of Dross Patterns direct from the
New nay...ars. lires and C, van tusking newly ext.-
cutod. - ?nankin! for the patronage Ixtvoned soon: her
nite trusts, by a strict talent' •tn to nu-lite:Ts and
her endeavors to gtV,e ,i•nend ,atisfection, to continue LO
realiVe ff +Mare 01 too pubnn ontrouage, jyt.4l3rn
C JEVYtteoII."AJLAZ JEI/D
1. 8 n pleasant. healthy beverage.
trety coavonient and relreahtug fue itivroide having
form or great chubs.
1w gotta dity roroininends it o traVelers.
Ito con vvui, ace at VIC-111C4 will be upt
No veva regot e(.t ; one taelc-apeuutui dimply di:A-Joh - ell
In a•glass to °Lod o; titer and IL la tlooo
ISS'LLtR'S DRUG AND FANCY GOOD STORE,
jol7 mk- 91, Market street
C .Q A. IS. 0-n ,
IN D. W..0.E033' NEW BLvU
Inariket Street, Ibturrtsburg.
tIL OA X S A 1 , 1 L 01 it 0 17 L Alt S,
VESE 611111 . 41 SHAWLS. •
WM open ou tbo J ul Ayr;!. mar2l-dly
Steal= Weekly to Liverpool.
rite weu kakm. suddLuerb or the Liverpuu4
24. t. tuns tutu YhJlttactptat. 6t,ttuiehtp Company, use it
%mted lA/ eltlo fib NIKON&
Hultman e, raturtlay, August 47 ; Etna, Satur
day, nowt tuner s ; Ldiatrurgit, na u WI), wtoto . bet ltt
aud every a,,eutvtgug natuttia,), at A uun, num rtvr 42,
ItATE,S 0. PASSAGE,
PAYAIRLII gi GOLu, on ors tu,tuivAbssr ci oniktXMCY.
FIRS I' 1;AI:11N PIU UtlsrEsriatig sal.) Oil:
du wLumluu db Ull I du Lu , Loudon 34 131)
du to flint. 96 001 Liu )0, Kann 41) 01.1
do to lituubarg..;. 20 00 I Su co kincuburg.... 87 OU
PIIMUOvere 4lbo rOrwuftlexl 10 Lluvro, I:3lo.lfiela, Rol,llH
dam, duLwerp, etc., at ottuully (OW nano.
Marlin Crum Lwerpuut or queuwwwn: Ist Cabin, $70 7
$8.5, 11.1/b. Stectugc., $l5. rbosu WOO wish to 000 d lui
thou friuutl.l Cali uuy tickutu tie= at 1/11f3160 rotes.
Fur furLlLur tuthrutamuu dupl.) , at Lhe Ourapaup's 011
LYLMN U. DALL, .L.6euL, Li beuu.tiWay, N. I. t C.
ZINO' Kit NI AN, Harris!.,. 11123-dly
•RIEKES. & SCIIMIDTS
AGENCY 47' iV. A'ff'00111:8,
, REAbONS perfectly szsusfaotory to
aLleu dgetiey of the above trawl .
e.toelleitt Piano& TilepubilCle toevilW and OS
ittuitie Pur tuepi4eltres.
A. few ikttuulteCker &Va l k! P19.110S o' hand yet will be
dam two. tuar2s-ti
PHOTOGRAPH ALB U ALS.
Photograph Album , .
TUE largest aid elinaLpest %amt.) , oi eau
cut 4 RANI ALUIMIS w tut: elty . l4.re LIULL4tAILLI2. /Cop
11l [rum I:2i IS Klitol 6 Clie.Al 'at 14 ifairo
SOLE AGENCY FOR THIS CITY
Am happy to offer to tho public' a large
- and atnemnd assorta:ma or
SUPERIOR 6-OLD PENS,
• LEROY W. FAIRCHILD. .
Theie:Peas are well blushed, thistle, and- wal give en
PLEASE TRY THESI.
„ • SCREFFER'S ROOR STORE,
Sewed street, opposite Probbywilau Church, Harrlauurg
Pa. , 843
USE idLtiIVE.D I—A tine lot of CANNED
;Es • PEACHES . . and TOMATOES. Atat, SU; palm,
NNE APPLES, PRKSH PEAS, aza., mat teeeiviat by
myl 1. 4 r ..rtur yaiNs...L'd . I r , tht. A74lpiat
A ....gchl,sio,rt Culubratks4.l
timo,ama Fag SBIY. AfAxik-.
I Mer C 44 at :
ALMOND-kirte watt Salmon, at
qt OMER & FRAZER
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BY GEORGE BERGNER.
Northern Central Hallway.
DUBUC NOTICE is hereby given that the
1. Pra./G .T and BAGGAGE de,erlhed in the loilevt
mg list resnamn unclaimed in the Warehouse of the
Northern Central lialbsav Company, at Her. rsburg. Con-
Agbetil are h, reby nailed to come for Nard., i ar chars a,
and lake 'heir property away, or the Fame will be sold
acc9rdine to law. J. N. DU BA H.RY, Gen'! Supt.
(+EXUBAL SurEmyrkrinearr's Orem,
• Ammer 16, 1b64. j
No 1, Williamsport and Harr lsburg check 146, owe
No 2. elmira and Harrisburg cheek 20, one box, Limit
A Miler, Hatmbutg
No 3, Baltimore anal Harrisburg check 20, one box
No 4, no mink, one box, J llama, Lockport, Niagara
Co, N Y
No 5, no cheek, one box, Lieut. IL Scott, Harrisburg
No 0 nu check, one boa, no marks
No 7, no cluck, one boa, Jacob Weaker, Pittsburg
No 8, no cheek, one box, Leuhen iriwringer, Cattst
Nu 9, no cl‘ecti. fair leather trunk, do
Nu 10, no C eck, on.- box, Capt. Priolips„ Harrisburg
No 11, no check, black trunk, S S J, St Joseph s acade
'o 12, no check, fair leather trunk, no marks
No 13, uo oheck, lair lumber um.k., Cal& L,y man, Har
Nu 14, no check, black lea her trunk, no marks
No 15, u,. Mak, bl i.. k hat er trunk On marks
Nu 10, to check, one b•.x, Juo McGee, et irisourg
No 17, no itheo 4, oue b ix, Geo la Stephens, Harrisburg
No 18, no oueek, one box, Newport station, P et is
No 19 no check, one box . D,niel Itommou, I hila elphia
No 20, or, check, bt-sdr, trunk, Jno Gemmel, Lea is
, town, Pa
No 21, Danville and Harrisburg check 512; fair leather
trunk, Win ii Barber, Eldon, Pa
No .2 DO che, k, black t.• tik, no marks
No 23, no Week, Pdr leather trunk, W S Scott, Hunts
No 24, no cheek, fair leather trunk, Thos McDaniel
Nu 25, no en 02, back trunk, Sarah
No 25 uo check, black trunk, G S Anglil, Bingliarap.
Lou, N I'
No 21, Williamsport and Harrisburg aback 92, fair
lea her van., no iliAiki
No 28, Baltunoie anu Harrisburg check 637, Cab leather
VA tae, uo marks
No V, no . hock, fair leather valise, no marks
No - - .0, no chick, back trunk, Jno ei 11101Uoa, Lancas
No 31, no chock, one box, Michael Trump, Alletstown
No 32. no muck - , inn box, no marks
No 33, Scm ntou and 11.,..r ieburg cluck 259, one box
N-' 34, no check, one box, Mrs • lack, Prosperity, Pa
No 35 no i.gio k, one box, Henry Will, Heading
N./ 3 %), no c.unik, one bus, no mai lea
No 37, nu otiece, b g of saddles, uo marks
Nu 38, uu cneck, saddle, I,e,nattus rummer, Portage
No so, no check, black bag, no marks
No 40, no cu ck, back b g, Mary roster, Harrisburg
No 41, no clack, black o ig, no mark's
No 42, no cue, k, btu k bag, no marks
No 43, u 0 cm ok, back big uu M,i kg
Nu 44, nu cuick, black thig, ,/ Sh da, Jersey Shore, Pa
N 045, W usau.o.-port and tlarrieburg cheek 36, black
g j no mart.
No 46, no check, black bag, ne marks
No 47, too on ok back bag, uo [woks
No 46, uo cu. ck, trope', bag, no nun Ls ,
No 49, no cue, k, .aoule, uu maxi;
No. 50, nu cluck, b g, no wants
No 51, -Lo eb.ck, 0.,, box, no marks
No 32 LO check, one b ..x, no mares
No 51, no check, bat-box, n , minks
No 54, nu check, far lainer until:, no marks
as J Fiewoig, elle b.nu o Mills
A L Cabcock, 1 lithe rops
N Fraser, eleven bariela nuts
D Fisher, six co, n-uubkers
H Giber,, one banal insulators
Nelson Bryn( ) a Co, tYkti boass bitters
S 13 -rkli r, ono boa uaru ware
B Hawkins, one gilumie block
mcliotao az 11, one box mai. ies
J Alb rt, one barrel, two b .ves
Teo • HIC.AIk, 0nu..0,,x hardware
1.• o , onsig34oo, 204 brick, no in rtes'
No cousiguee a oall box, uo ma ks
No conagnoe, 4 i serums nem, no marka
Nu coosiguoe, packago imago
No cousigacc, oao box Lutruutindise, David Tamer, Har
risburg. auglS 4w
EF,4,31 U .LATION
THE PROVOST MARSHAL'S OFFICE ,
PROVOST ItARSRAL'S OFFICS 7 14th DISTRICT,'
HARRIS/10[G. VII, August lb, 1864.
m llll FOLLWVINO itEtitiLA.l:lo NS 0:B'
the Provust. Waco arc pliOnStieti fur the irp
st.oeutto atal suidauee of all persons iutero.,ted, in urde r
that, in iutule, the putt.ic Lee/ nut be in doubt as tu .
Witch, Where and to whom to app y for information on
tuat,ers conUocted will: this liCpai Wheel.
let Site Maud of Rut ullment cunvet.os each day (Sun
day- excepted) to the proper room at 10 o'clock A X. II
busiuese requires 4, the murniag Ws-ion Will Continue
tn. 1S du ucx P. rt.; the afu3rnouu a ksi n• cuuttnence
at.'Ljy uel .ck au i cookout) till 0 o'a,acic a, a. In nu
c.tsu v.kruu/nationS /Or di-ability be wade outer day
zed J. J. W itzol, priocipal clerk to B and of Enroll
ue,.t, will a all woo. Itt.niau intelnation proper to be
iur,d,he l iuu, recorua of the Board ,
aid A. F. Gawp, adjulant mat special deputy, will be
naiad 1,. the Mica runt of the Prov. SI tlerour . He has
a gnu, rul se, a .tt can be appLed to in a.l cases.
Yin 'Lie r.eitt.te,ent. Department is iu charge of D. S.
bib A. E. Eystor suporintends the mustering and re•
cruaing deparaueut, mkt tias charge o thu reou ds and
ro is cottoeutcd theteA oh; also, with enlistments tutu the
- Voter.ku R ee..ve Corps."
Rh it. I. etiule lass charge of the clotning depart
7th •For info oration with reference to bonzes anti
prop rt.e seized as the crePerty of the tioverun may ap
to,John E Untie; in the Mustering and Recruitu4 U -
p r ;aura L
SW Fur information with reference to Deserters and
p,r-ons arresteo, apply to same d•ta Meat.
kith Joi.n wow,. has ch..rge of amain a, records, On
luth B'• r iuf ruiLittou upon any rub.ec• out above .....pe
eiticalty design: nu, ap,l, to tut, .e,ovo.t Marshal, or to
Acue...et A . Oa, p.
WI CI I IC. a d employe a ate regale d to be at
tt.ea peat. , to , duty at 8 41. M. Thu Mlle,: wilt bu
[Le publ at 6 o'e toe.: P. AL
12th te,k, and k . ruplo. cos aro r quired and directed
to he polite,cuurteoue onu attentive web perauns cluing
h v ne,3 .n the rruvost, Di a :hal a Ate. It is a duty and
1.1, a tiro o t turtn and serve those requirtog in [carnal,
er servod, owl It ally cte,k Or mpg:l4 a ada Itk prottipt
att,uttou or pr• p• r c. , urteey, he it be atonal diScaurit.
I;Sta (Not ha bud nu pl y tart- not pertUhteu t . tee lye
fee ur reward tor serriCs a tendert:lS if oak t du au, the
penolla ill be unwed uto discharge. Tu otter tuna fee
and to receive It axe equally biFb Una lemenho
, . . . ...
The members of tLo Board of Fur Unmet. are I , ho
Kay C Oltleill, rztivOilt . AttilEiul, Cba 108 C. ttat,Vu, lb ti.
111;ssiutier n if. T thdrlton, riu,goun ; either of whom
thay be consulted at all vine+, dur.4 business hours, it,
ut .I.t,cis C , Illikciol with the ettair.ws of ine board.
The horoc-t. Marsuul's office 18 in FourM street, op
Jo. Ate the Gore , sinew rootrry. auglO-..tm
LADIES' HAIR NETS and
• HEAD DRESSES,
FRENCH LACE, and'
TISSUE VEILS, ETC.,
AT ,ASTOIISIIINGIAT LOW PRICES.
Ever; alaoultLcall. at•taaa t aud-vecarellosaa-bai ,
gams, at Nra: MAYER 8,
au ar lvo. 13 sf iet Wet
. MED tfiSloßtio.—z-likatra Vine Baltini9ret
OV4iN - 14004 Wit Tt4iiale by the
"ug or - -81:11111Jft s PAU
j yR. ' ,s.ebefanr- to W..rionk,
NEW FISH.—Now No. 1 and 2 Kaaerel
16 ha ts:roa, half barrels sad a°by imai,
Captain and Prows', litaranal
,14th Dtettle.t. Penn
~ t o;eNgtawgs.h, l ot.i,,
"THE UNION—NOW AND FOREVER."—Webster.
HARRISBURG, PA., SATURDAY EVENING, AUGUST 27, 1864
11. A I LIROA US.
Pennsylvania. Rail Road !
tr21 , 4a4 rt--ren
SINKING TiM.E. TABLE.
FIVE TRAINS DAILY TO AND FOUR
ON AND err=
IiONDAT, May 16th, 1864,
THE Passenger Trains of the Pennsylvania
Railroad Company will depart from and arrive at Hat.
riaoarg and Philadelphia as follows:
• Ea.sTW_ TRAIN AIII)..
THROUGH EXPRESS - leaves Harrisburg daily
at 2.4 a a. a. and arrives at West Philadelphia at 6.55 A. M.
FAST LINE leaves Harrisburg daily (except Monday) at
6.00 a. a., and arrives at West Philadelphia at 10.10 A. a.
Faasensers take breaktast at Uneasier.
HuUNT JOY ACCOMMODATION, waves Harrisburg at
7.20 a. a., connects at Lancaster with Lancaster accom
modation main, and and arrives at West Philadelphia at
12.25 e. a.
CuLU,IIBIA ACCOINODATION TRAIN, leaves Mani&
t`avg at tl2O e K. Columbia L 55 e. U. and arrives at
L acteasikr 2.30 e. at. ; connecting with Fast Mail east at
Lancaster for Philadelphia, and arrives at West Philadel
pa a ut 5.30 P.m.
MAIL TRAIN leavallarrhitutrg yet 1.20 v. x. ; Lancaster
at 2.47 r m., and arnvea at WKS!, Fhlladelphia at 5.80 r.
HARRISIDAW ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, via Comm
ma, leaves Harrisburg at 5.25 e. a., and arrives at West
Phil tdelphin at 10.50 e. N.
HAL TIMORE EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Harrisburg daily
(except - Mondays at 2.10 Altoona, 7.38 a_ at., take
breakfast , sad arrives at Pittsburg at 12.30 P. M.
paIL.g.,IELPIIIA EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Harrisburg
drily ILL 3.1 :t a.a. Altuona at 8.20 take breakfast,
sad arrives ae Pittsburg 111 1.00 e. a.
MAIL TRA 131 leZvee Rarnaburg at LSO r. mi . ; ;Altoona
at 7.15 r. .a., take irupoor, and arrives at Plttaburgat MEM
FAST LLNE laaveS Hart- I:Hug at 3.60 P. IL ; Altoona at
35 r. as, take supper, and arrives at Pittsburg' at LOO
HOUNT JOY /10.COMHODAT:ON leaves Lancaster at
9.201 IL, arrives at Harrisburg at 11.10 4. x.
HARRISBURG AccoMmouATiON TRAIN leaves West
Pndadelphia at 2.41 , P. IL, and arrives .st Harrisburg at 8.10
MOUNT JOY ACCOMMODATION No. 2, Leaves Lanese.
ter at 6.25 r. ra., connecting there with Harry:burg Accom•
toodatnin West, leaves Mount Joy at 7.00 . e. x. and arrives
tt Harrisburg at 3.20 r. x.
SAMUEL D. YOUNG,
Swpf. ifidd2a Div. Pmt's R. R.
Aarrishurs. May 13. 1864. -dtr
Northern Central. AllitwaY
sintionrat Timm TABLE.
THULE TRAINS DAII 4 Y
TO AND FEW
Connections made with trains on Penninditataia Railroad,
to and from Pittsburg and the West,
THREE TRAINS DAILY to and from the North and
West drench Susquehanna, Elmira, and all of NOrthern
®Nand after MONDAY, MAY 16th, 1864,
the Passenger Trains of the Northern Central
Hallway will arrive at and depart from Harrisburg and
Baltimore as follows, viz:
RAM TRAIN leaves Sunbury daily (except
................10.25 a. sr.
ft leaves Harrisburg .1.20 X. C.
arrives at Baltimore... ... b. 40
EXT'RESS TRAM leaves Sunbury daiy (et :cept
Sunday) ....1L45 F. a.
leaves Harrisburg (cm nit
Monday) ... 2;50 A. N.
" arrives at Baltimore dilly
!except Monday) , 7.00 A. K.
HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION leaves Sir
burg 7.00 a. X.
SUNBURY ACCOMMODATION leaves Surly
Mary daily (except Sun
day) at 7.30 A. If
MAIL TRAIN loaves Baltimore daily (except
Sunday) • 9.5.1 A. N.
ft leaves Harrisburg I.Bi P. AL
ti arrives at Sunbury 4.05 r. n.
EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Baltimore daily 9.30 - s'. n.
arrives at Harrisburg.......l.so A. a
" leaves Harrisburg daily (ex
cept Monday) &1.5 A. 11.
" irrives aidttabory &R. A. C •
HAREISDL RH ACCOMMODATION leaves Bal
timore daily (except Sun
day) 3.00 P. X.
" arrives at Harrisburg —7.50 r. at.
SUNBURY ACCOMMODATION Leaves Harris
burg daily (except Sandal,)
at 4 00 r. n.
For further Information apply at the Office, , in Pawned
vain& Railroad Room. J. N. Drill ARRY ,
Rirri•borg, May 01, 1.554.-dtf Ger.. Supt.
NEW AM JANE ROUTE.
THREE TRAINS DAILY TO NEW NAME
Val LADE L MITA.
ON AND A.FTEIi ItUNDAY, November
16th, len, the PraseugerTrairis wtil leave the Mule
ielinds and Reading Railroad Depot, at Harrisburg, ter
gew York and Philadelphia, as follows, viz :
EXPRESS LINE Leaves Harrisburg at 6.30 L at. , uv ar•
rival of the Pennsylvania Railroad Express Teen from the
west, arriving lu New York at.. 1.45 a. e. A Afootolug
s attached to the train through Prom Pittsburg without
MAIL TRAIN leaves Harrisburg at LOU a. IL, artitring
,n New 'Vora at 5.30 r. a.,:and Philadelphia at 1.60 P. a
FAST LINE leaves Harrisburg at 2.00 p. a. arriving in
New York at 10.25 r a., and Philadelphia at 7.50 . P. at.
PAST LINE leaves New York at 6.00 A. rd , and MDR
telphla at B.lb a. a, arriving at Hurt's/Aug at 1.18 P. a.
HAIL TRAIN loaves New York id , LlOO noun, aka
'thlactelphin at 8.39 P. al., arriving at Harrisburg at 8.20
EXPRESS TRAIN leaves New York at 7.00 e. 8.„
wing at Harrisburg at 2.00 A. s. and connecting with the
Mounsylvanta EXprafie Train for kiaburg. A sleeping car
w also attached to thib
.Conuections are made at Hartisburg with trains on the
eennsytvania, Northern Central and Cumberland Valley
raitroadi., and at , Reading for Philadelphia, Pottsville,
ilTilkesbarre, Allentown, Easton, an
Baggage checked through".' Fare between New Yarn
aid Harrisbuty„ $0 13 , between Harrisburg and
$3 30 in No. 1 cars, and 5.3 in No. 2.
For tickets or other information apply to
• J. J. CLYDE,
ilertairAl Avant, Fr.wrilahUrg
ILEADIA ti RAILROAD.
S UMMER, ARRANGEMENT.
GREAT TRUNK LINE FROM THE
NORTH and Northwest for Philadelphia, New York,
dead. tig, Pottsville, Lebanon, Allentown, Boston i an., &o.
Trai toi Leave Harrisburg for Philadelphia , New York,
tie wi n g, Pineville and all intermediate stations, at 8.00
a lad 2.00 r. a.
New York Express leaves Harrisburg at 8.38 a. IL,'
arriving at New York at Mk die same day.
A ape( sal Abaotamodation Meleager train leaves Read
ag at 7.1 fr a sa - ,..and'returne frosallturtistmig at 6 r; IL
Fares n em Harrisburg: To New York, $5 Li; to ?Lule
a/1;0de ss 85 and $2 80: , Baggage Chocked through.
R eturn i n g, Wave New York at 6 a. a., 12 noon, and T
e „ y ,, (pßia burg Express arriving at Harrisburg at 2a. tiL)
Leave hill. telpida at 15A. 11., and 8.80 P. t.
Bleeping w, ws in the New York Express Trains,tbrough
to and from 1 %Ming withoutchange.
p aseews ece by the Catawba's Railroad leave Tanfaqaa
48. 60 A. t ., gnd 2.10 r. Y., Pbilededphia e New York,
mad an way is tbs.
Thaw leave , eettsville at 9.15 d. Y., and 2.80 P. rt., for
.phiv a d e ipbia t a t brriabiarg arid New York.
A, Acoommod ation Passenger train letwea &RAH% at .
CO)/ and re turnalrom Plilladelptila at 5.00 P:11.
.adi the abo igre blame inn dao,l3lthday
A Sunday wait team ratarrale.at 7.80 A. it, tad PM..
aildpada ttt 8.15. r. m
Odatmutatioa, Season and 82nnuilon tfOltilf
rpiiirt.ratei to ed • - -
1 G. A. 141:01M,
A. Cure Warranted.
Dyspepsia has the following Symptoms;
lat. A constant pain.or uneasiness at the
pit of the stomach.
2d. Flatulence and Acidity.
3d. Costiveness and Loam of Appetite.
4th. Gloom and-Depression of Spirits.
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Brandywine, Del., formerly of Old Chester,
Delaware county, Pa.
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DYSPEPSIA ! DYSPEPSIA !
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There were various rumors afloat yesterday,
concerning the state of affairs on the Upper
Potomac, but we have been unable to trace
them to any reliable quarter. So far as we
could learn, up to the hour of going to press,
:last night, everything was quiet along the
border, and no attempt had been mai by
the rebels to cross the Potomac.
Our telegraphic reports give an account of
a reconnaissance which proved' successful, re
sulting in the capture of a number of rebels
and the killing of others. on Thursday.
IMPORTANT FROM SHERMAN.
A Successful Ree,onnoissance.
THE ENEMY ATTACKED IN THE REAR.
Gallant Charge of Our Cavalry.,
Large Number of Rebels Maned Wounded
HEAVY ARTILLERY DUEL
Capture of Prisonex-s.
Movements of the Enemy.
PROBABILITY OF BATTLE AT ANTIETAM
IN THE FIELD
Yesterday a reconnthsaance was made by a
detachment from Gen. Crook's command,
consisting of the 9th and 14th Virginia and
34th and 91st Ohio, of Johnson's Brigade,
i)n , al's Division, with a regiment of Cavalry,
under Colonel Lowell, which latter was com
posed of two squadrons of the 22d Pennsyl
vania, commanded by hliijer Myers, and two
squadrons of the 2d Massachusetts. This
reconnoissance was to ascertain the strength
and position of the enemy in our front.
Tins force was instructed to move quickly
on the right flank of the enemy's skirmish
hue, and if possible get in their rear, whilst
another force, consisting of the 10th, 14th
and 15th Virginia infantry, of Thorburn's
division, moved out to attract their attention
m front. It was intended that the force thus
depleyed should capture the whole or a great
er portion of the enemy's skirmish line.
At precisely twelve o'clock Duval moved his
force to the front and advanced in two bat
talion lines, keeping his rear as mach as pos
sible under cover to prevent the enemy trove
ascertaining his strength or probable inten
tions. lie had not proceeded far when he en
countered the advance of the enemy's skirmish
line, who were under cover of rail-pens hastily
thrown up, each adording shelter for five or
These rail-pens were situated about eight
hundred yards in advance of our skirmish
nue, and au open field with a belt of woods
On the right and left, and a large corn-field in
the rear. As soon as the enemy's advanced
nue discovered the approach of our force,
they hastily retired to the" corn-field iu the
rear, where u portion of their reserve was ste
mmed, and wno were immediately drawn up
to resist our further advance.
Col. Duval continued to move forward his
force, a portion of *nick was completely hid
mom the enemy's observation, until he got
nearly four hundred yards in their rear: when,
suddenly discovering him, they wheeled into
Jure and opened a heavy tire on their flank,
compelling nun to change trout and face our
Line to thy /vet.
Th.s move had the desired effect, for they
were shortly driven to the rear, when our
cavalry were ordered to advance and charge
them which they did in fi ne style, killing and
wounding quite a number and capturing six
/u this charge Major Myers, of the 22t1
Pennsylvania isivairy, was wounded. by a
splinter of a shed in the leg.
As soon as the enemy became Convinced
that we meditated an attack on his skirmish
Lae they brought reinforcements rapidly for
ward from the direction of Charlestown, and
moved one battery of artillery to a command
ing position in a piece of woods, the fire from
which enfiladed our advance.
As soon as the enemy's.battery commenced
firing, Battery B, sth U. b. Artillery, com
manded by Captain Dupont, and Battery D,
let Penns) lvauia. commanded by Capt. ham
say, opened on them with marked effect, and
an artillery duel was commenced, which last
ed for about twenty minutes, when-the one.,
my's battery was withdrawn,
Oar forces then fell back, having accOm-.
plished all that was intended 'with theLlreepc
don of the capture of the enemy's entire skir
mish. line. We, however, took about thirty
prisoners. It was no part of the' General's
plan that they should bung on general en
On the ootitrary, they received strict orders
to:•avoid tlghtingaa ninon= possible, The
reaukot,the retanutoistaewie established the
fact that the enmeartrixo
pt duty in our immediate frtmtManlimu 4110
teat of the rebel forces, wader Early, are at
Charlestown. /hex direr 14 their Statements
• • At. IsupOgielile-
Wearing are rata flit advertal In the /Rib
. tfin: re reins.
entirFaux lines Or teae
ormore than flyer ook
irea • ELY •BCIIIARZA
Thine days— • .75
el.ne ..... 26
One month... 8 00
'Fab months 460
rhino months 6 Of'
IRS ..... &40
lisivingo Notices •
Atilltor's N 04,1008
ilarat bliniCeSeaCh • - • •
befits Ifastinso s sm4
'mob tostitilon: ' '
with respect to liongetreet, and some of them
dsitively assert that he is here in person,
whilst tithed die 'equally confident that he is
ndt bere t , birt gist two of hie divisions have
crossed under command of , Gen Pickett
. Our total loss in. Crook's command; will not
ei - ceed forty three ivctind4 and six killed.
After we fell back yesterday the enemy re
sumed his old position and pioket =skirmish
ing was kept up until dark.
Bermarozot. Aug 26.—The rebel move:
ments, as recorded in the information re
ceived here from the Shenandoah Valley; in
dicate another invasion of m I a
—t "-au- or a
feint. General Sheridan'e ,position at Her
pees Ferry gives him the shorter" line of travel
into the Middletown and Boonsboro' valleys,
and a battle somewhere in the vicinity.of An
tietam is not an improbability.
The activity with which our reConnoissan
ue have been made, shows that the enemy
will not be permitted to get the start of our
'Several paymagters left esterday to pay off
the troops iu the army /of the Potomac.
Money is being rapidly furnished by the
Treasury Department and a. number Di pay
masters will probably leave to-morrow to uay
oil' the Western troops.
:The Post Office I lepartment is engaged clas
sifying the Post Offices throughout the-coun
try, in order to determine the proper salaries
to be paid postmasters, under the act of Con
gress abolishing commissions.
Dr. Joseph K. Barnes has been appoirred
Surgeon General, vice Hammond removed.
Dispatches from. Gen. Sherman state that
everything is moving right in his department.
The rebels assure rut of this fact.
:General Ramsey, Chief of Ordnance, is to
be relieved. Major Balch will be ordered else
where. Major Dyer will have connnand of
Capture of a Celebrated Blockade
On the 24th tilt., latitude 34 deg. 11-inlii.
north, longitude 76 deg. 20 min. west, the U.
S. gunboat Gettysburg, assisted by the gun
boats Keystone State and Massachusetts, cap
tured the Anglo-Rebel steamer Wan,
leaded with 650 bales of cotton, from Wil
mington, bound to Bermuda. She was hove
to, after an exciting cualtte by the three steam
ers, by a shot from the Gettysburg, which
struck and penetrated her starboard bow be
low the water line. r
The Lillian has formerly.been commanded
by the notorious pirate Marti, and he is edit ,
supposed to be in command,, and no doubt
will be recognized by some • f'his old ' chits
Stiattis when the vessel arrives at Beaufort, N.
0., where she was ordered to stop on her way
: et, Boston. The Lillian is a new English
steamer of great speed, built in 1861, and of
splendid model, and will make a valuable ad
dition to our navy.
Awynst 25, 1864
Cumminni t Aug. 26.
The eastward bound train on the ludianap
olis and Cincinnati road was thrown ,- from
the track near Lawrenceburg yesterday, by
the breaking of a flange of one of the driving
wheels of the locomotive. The engineer was
instantly killed, and'one man fatally injured,
and three others severely.
Gov. Morton, and John M'Domild, his po
litical opponent, were on the, train, but .es
caped uninjured. ,
• Three men, whose names are unknown,
while returning from Green township yes
terday, were thrown from a buggy; one of
them was killed and the other badly bruised.
Release of. the Proclamation
NEW Toy E, Ang. 26.
Joseph Howard, the Proclamation forger,
and John Binlaby, Editor of the Metropolitan
Record, were both discharged from custody
Francis Walleson, the assistant of Howard
in preparing the forged proclamation, is still
The steamer Mississippi, from New (Weans
on the 18th inst., arrived here to-day with
sick and wounded. M. Owen, of the Second .
Massachusetts Battery, and C. Coy, of the
Bth Ver oat, and C. Simpson and R. N. Cary,
of: the 30th Maine, died on the voyage and
were buried at sea. No papers were received
by the steamer.
Flour market has an upward tendenty, tut
not much doing; sales suo bbls of extra at $l2,
and 1,000 bbls family at $1261,12 50; no Su,
perfine to be had under $lO, good demand.
26,000 bushels western amber whvat seld`lit
55®2 574 ;
new red at $2 65®2
white at $2 75®3 00. No change .in rye
Boar or corn meal. Rye is steady at 5115 ;
yellow corn at 730, and mixed weates at
$ll 72; oats are dull and lower, salts 5,000
bushels new at 90e ; in groceries and provi-.
sinus there a firm feeling brit not much
doing. Petroleum selling at 40®50e; refined
in bond at 84®,860, and free at bB,OOO ;
whisky sells slowly at $1 89(0,1 90.
NEW YORE, August .26.
Flour advanced 10415 e. ; sales 16,000 bbls.
at Pl.O 20 as 1 1 20 for State ; $ll 250 , 13 25 for
Ohio; and $l3 60®14 75'for Southern. Wbeat
advancod 1.(t42c. ; sales of 50000 bushels at i ,
$1:22@37 for Chicago spring, and $1 2.3eA371
for Milwa kee club; $1 37®1 46 for Western.
Corn 'advanced' 20 ; sales unimP"lliai":' - '
Beet steady;pork firm, at $39®39 87‘.1 Ls&
firm at /3®244e., Whisky dull at,‘
Receipts Fiour,l7,ooo bbls; Wheat 7,0600 ins;
Corn 20,000 bushels.
New Yortit Stock Narriziets. — .
Nrxr Yen3r,fat*. 48._
Stocks are better; Chicagn•and Bock 10 1 04. -
11011 Cumbqlend,.preteryed, 58,1;
Central scrip, 120 i ;. Midijp,..au Southern 'SKI
New York COutritt :1211; - Pennsylvania -
108 i; Reading; 13 , 4; Missouri sixes;=-6841431.,
110 i; Treasurp7 *Wei 111 ; Teufortips, 10011;
Riga-twepty,plaposis, 1122; Aoki, 25114.
AlM is BriEgAo 3 FC%..... - ,77191 - )k .24 t
ot Kees Beef 1111. rk - at,
REMSE.—Choice new crop°Reese, rest
‘.../ mooed et UM KIT= & KORRPLIt.
'one - -I • .. s so
Three daps .. 120
One leak 2 22
One month .. 6 le
Two nsentbs.p. ..... 09
910*0'9koOthit..... 11 OD
din m0n*....... L .,b r ar.
the Lecat Colman, Of
MIPAIET - OMITS Mt LOOll a*
WASILINGTO., Aug. N.
From New Orleans.
NEW YOBS, Ang.
Markets by Telegraph.
PIECLAIMEPHIA, August 26.
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