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MORNING AND EVENING,
CY GEORGE BERGNER.
WIFICii THIRD ST., NEAR W1.7•,N17T.
ENDIS OP SUBSCRIPTION
Tin DAILY TELEGRAPH is served to subscribers in the
city at 12 centc per week. Yearly subscribers will be
barged 26 00 in advance. Those pencils who neitleotto
pay in advance will be charged $7 00.
Taw Dractsera iB also published we ekly,and le furnished
subeeribers at the following cash rates :
Single, coping, weekly
Vireo Lopies to one Post Otlion
Ten cook.r. to one Post Office..
RA! L ROADS.
Pennsylvania Rail Road !
i . ,414 . P. 4,111% 111111
SPRING TINE TABLE.
FIVE TRAINS DAILY TO AND FOUR
FROM PHTLA DEDELPFILL
OA AND AFTER
MONDAY, May 16th, 11434,
THE Passenger Trains of the Pennsylvania
Railroad Company will depart from and arrive at liar
risaurg and Philadelphia as follows:
THROUGH EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Harritiburg daily
at 2.45 J.. a. and arrives at West Philadelphia at 6.55 ♦. X.
FAST LINE (caves Harrisburg daily (except Monday) at
6,00 .. et. ; and arrives at West Philadelphia at 10.10 A. X.
Passengers take breakfast at Lancaster.
MuUNT JOY ACCOMMODATION, (eaves Harrisburg at
7.20 A. a., connects at Lancaster with Lancaster accom
modation train, and and arrives at West Philadelphia at
13.35 r. a.
COLUMBIA ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, leaves Harris
burg at 12 20 r. a.; Columbia L 55 P. X. ; and arrives at
Lancaster 2.30 r. a. ; connecting with Fast Mall east at
Lancaster for Philadelphia, and arrives at West Philadel
phia at 5.30 P. M.
MAI L TRAIN leavra Harrisburg at 1.20 r. X. ; Lancaster
at 2.47 r rt., and arrives at West Philadelphia at 5.30 r. X
HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, via Colum
bia, leaves Harrisburg at 5.25 r. a., and arrives at West
Philadelphia at 10.60 r. is.
BALTIMORE EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Harrisburg daily
(except Monday) at 2.10 A. st. ; Altoona, 7.35 A. x., take
breakfast, and arrives at Pittsburg at 12.30 e. a.
PEULADEI.PiIIA EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Harrisburg
daily at 3.10 A.N. Altoona at 2.20 A. x., take breakfast,
and arrives at Pittsburg at 1.00 P. a.
MAIL TRAIN leaves Harnsburg at 1-30 P. a.; Altoona
at 7.15 P. M., take supper, and arrives at Plttsburgat 12.20
FAST LINE leaves Harrisburg at 3.50 r. st. ; Altoona at
335 P. IL, take supper, and arrives at Pittsburg at LOO
MOUNT JOY ACCOMMODATION leaves Lancaster at
9.30 A. at. ' arrives at Harrisburg at 11.10 A.
HARE.lS'l3l7ltii4 ACCOMMODATION TRAIN leaves West
railadelphis. at 2.4 b r. at., and arrives at Harriaburg at 8.10
MOUNT JOY ACCOMMODATION No. 2, leaves Lancas
ter at 6.25 P. N., connecting Wore with Harrisburg Amin
suadatzon West, leaves Mount Joy at 7.00 P. M. and arrives
at Harrisburg at 8,20 r.
SAMUEL D. YOUNG,
Supt. Middle Div. Penn R. B,
Harrisburg, May 13, 1864.-dtf
Northern Central Railway
SUMMER TIME TABLE.
THREE TRAINS DAILY
TO LND EOM
Connections made with trains on Pennsylvania Railroad,
to and frotrPittshurg and the West
THREE TRAINS DAILY to and from the North and
West Branch Susquehanna, Elmira, wad all of Northern
ONAnd after MONDAY, MAY 16th, 1864,
the Passenger Trains of the Northern. Central
Railway will arrive at and depart from Harrisburg and
Baltimore as follows, vie:
MAIL TRAIN leaves Sunbury daily (except
Sunday) ..11.25 a. ac
leaves Harrisburg 1.20 P. IL
16 arrives at Baltimore 6.40 F. it
EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Sunbury daily (except
Sunday) 11.45 r.
leaves Harrisburg (except
it arrives at Baltimore daily
(except Monday) 7.00 A.
ILSRBISBIIIID ACCOMMODATION leaves Her- _ _ _
SUNBURY ACCOMMODATION leaver' Sun
bury daily (wept Sun
NO It T wAIt D .
HAIL TRAIN leaves Baltimore daily (except
arrives at Sunbury
EXPRESS TRAIN leace,s Baltimore daily
it arrives at Harrisburg.
leaves Harrisburg daily (ex
cept Monday) &IA A. K.
sinvesstSuribury 5.0 A. It.
IiARRISBURCI ACCOMMODATION leaves )3al
- daily (except Sun
arrives at Rarrisburf . ..
SUNBURY ACCOMMODATION leaves Harris
burg: daily (except Sunday)
at 4 00 p.ll.
For farther information apply at the Office, In Penney'.
vania RaHroad Depot J. N. DuBARRY,
Harrisburg, May 16, 1.864-dtt Gen. Supt.
NEW AIR LINE ROUTE.
THREE TEAMS DAILY TO NEW YORE
(AN AND AFTER, KONDAY, November
jir 16th, 1863, the PossengorTratris willleave the Phita•
delpnia and Reading Railroad Depot, at Harrlabuzg, Ibr
New York and Philadelphia, as follows, viz :
EXPRESS UNE teaves Harrisburg at 8.80 A. sr., on ar•
rival of the Pennsylvania Railroad Express Train from the
West, arriving in New York at 1.45 A. N. A sleeping ear
is attached to the train through from Pittsburg without
MAIL TRAIN leaves Harrisburg at 5.00 A. M. arriving
In New York at 5.30 r. u. , and Philadelphia at 1.50 r. H.
FAST LLNE leaven Harrisburg at 2.00 P. at., arriving in
New York at 10.25 r a., and Philadelphia at 7.00 r. it.
FAST LINE loaves New York at 6.00 s_ sr., and Phila
delphia at 0.15 arriving at Harrisburg at 1.15 P. a.
HAIL TRAIN leaves New York at 12.00 noon, and
Philadelphia at 3.30 P. x., arriving at Harrisburg at 8.20
EXPRESS TRAIN leaves New York at 7.00 P., at.
riving at Harrisburg at 2.00 A. s. and connecting with the
Pennsylvania Express Train for Pittsburg. A sleeping ear
la also attached to this train.
Connections are made at Harrisburg with trains on the
Pennsylvania, Northern Central and Cumberland Valley
railroads, and at Reading for Philadelphia., Pottsville,
Wilkeebarre, Allentown, Easton, &c.
Baggage checked through. Fare between New York
and Harrisburg, $5 15 i between Harrisburg and Philadel•
phis, $3 85 in No. 1 care, and $3 in No. 2.
For tickets or other information apply to
aREA T TRUNK LINE FROM THE
kJ( NORTH and Northwest for Philadelphia, New York,
dealing, Pottsville, Lebanon, Allentown, Easton, &a., sw.
T , :.i ns leave Harrisburg for Philadelphia, New York,
Re:Lng, Pottsville and all intermediate stations, at 8.00
A. M., and 2.08 rt
New York Express leaves Harrlaburk at 6.80 A. 11.,
lirr.ving at New York at 1.46 the same day.
A special Accommodation Passenger train leaves Read
lig at 7.15 a. n. and returns , train Harriekkkg at 5 p.
Pyres frown Harrisburg; To NeW Writ, 0 . 15; Phil&
daddlla $1 05 and $2 Op. Baggage chee k throtight
Returning, leave New York at 612 noon, and
P. , (Pittsburg Express arriving at Harrisburg at 2A. w.)
Leave Philadelphia at 8 15A. n. , and 8:80 at.
Sleeping cars hi the New York Express Tratns,through
to and from Pittsburg without change.
Passengers by the Catawlissa Railroad leave Tamaqua
at 8.60 A. 14, and 2.10 P. IL, for Philadelphia, New York,
and all way points.
Trains leave Pottsville at 8.15 A. x. , and 2.80 r. at., for
Philadelphia, Harrisburg and New York
An Accommodation Passenger train leaves Reading at
O.OJ A. at., and returns from Phtladelpiala at 5.00 r. w.
Nif- All the above trains run daily, Sunday excepted.
A Sunday train (eaves Pottsville at 1.60 A. Y., and Phil
adel inia at 3.15 r. a.
Commutation, Mileage, Season and Excursion tioketa at
rtidusid rates to and tram Minoltas.
8 0 Pounds baggage allowed to each person.
G. A. NICOLL%
Gaisral iinperin Madan& .
Rai 2, M164-45twtf
Philadelphia and Erie Rail-
THIS great line traverses the Northern and
Northwest counties of Pennsylvania to the city of
Erie, on Lake Erie.
It has been leased by the Piersinrtvaina Ransaan Cog-
Parrs, and under their auspices is being rapidly opened
throughout its entire lentth.
It is non in use for Pas se nger and Freight business
from Harrisburg to St. Mary's (216 miles) on the Eastern
Division, and from Sheffield to Erie (78 miles) on the
TIME 08' PASSENGER TRAINS AT HARRISBURG.
Cars run through wrnicurr Gamma both ways on these
trains between Philadelphia and Lock Haven, and be
tween Baltimore and Lock Haven.
Elegant Sleeping ears on Express trains both ways be
tween Willlamsport and Baltimore, and Williameport and
For information respecting Passenger business apply at
the S. E. Corner lith and Market streets
And for Freight business of the Company's Agents:
S. B. Kingston, Jr. , corner 13th and Market streets,
J. W. Reynolds, Erie
L M. Drill, Agent N. C. R. E., Baltimore.. -
H. H. HOUSTON,
General Proight Agent, PI O&
LEWEit - L. HOLIFT,
General riekel Agent Batt
JOS. D. POITS,
mr2114.41 General Martaper, Waliamsniret.
CHANGE OF HOURS.—On and after Mon
day, April 4th, 1864, Passenger trains will run
daily, as follows, (Sundays eacepted.:)
A. 1. P. Jle
Leave Nagerestown ... 7.00 245
!' Greeneaatle 7.37 3.30
Arrive at 8.12 4.20
Leave at 8.30 1.2.55
Leave Shippenseerg 9.00 LOS
" Newville9.32 ZOO
" Carlisle ...5.55 10.10 2.42
Meolianialiburg 020 10 42 3.12
Arrive at Harrisburg • 8.55 11.15 3.40
POE CHAMBERSBURG AND HAGERSTOWN:
• A. X. P. M. P.M.
Leave Harrisburg 8.05 1.32 420
" Mechanicsburg 8.47 2.15 4.64
" Carlisle 9.27 2.55 6.29
" Newville 10.22 3.29
Shippenshurg 10.33 4.00
Arrive at 11_0e 4.30
ChanberebtiriL t Leave at ... ..
Leave Greecastle _ll_ss 5.80
Arrive at Hagerstown - 12.35 8.10
gar Making close connections at Harrisburg with trains
for Philadelphia, New York and Pittsburg; and with
talus for all points West.
.ogp-The Train leaving Harrisburg at 4.20 P. M., runs
only as far as Carlisle. 0. N. LULL, Supt.
St. R. Office, Chambersburg, April 4,1884-1 y
T.OO A. N.
Prepared from Pure Vegetable Extracts, containing noth
Mg Injurious to the most Delicate,
7.80 A. x
Arne RUjuvenating Blintz* is the result of modern
diecoveries in the vegetable kingdom; being an entirely
new and abstract method of cure, irrespective of all the
old and worn-out trystenut
9.20 L. M.
136 P. M.
405 P. M.
9.30 P. m.
1.30 A. x
sarThis medicine bee been tested by the most eminent
Medical men of the day, and by them pronounced to be
one of the greatest , medical discoveries of the age
Sir One bottle will cure General Debility.
malt. few doses cures Hysterics; in females.
01—One bottle cumipitation of the Heart.
few doses restores the organs of generation.
,>)qF-Prorn one to three bottles restores the manliness
and full vigor of youth.
Sirs few doses restores the appetite.
Alleftwee bottles cures the worst ease of Impotency.
WA few doses cures tee low spirited.
air One bottle restore mental power.
. ;WA few dose' bring the rose to the cheek.
rgierhis medicine restores to manly vigor and rebus
health the poor, debilitated, wont-down and despairing
devotee of sensual pleasure.
Aar The listless, enervated youth, the over-tasked man
business, the victim of a nervous depression, the in
dividual suffering from general debility, or from weakness
of a tingle organ, will all find immediate and permanent
collet by the use of this Elixir or EssetteetSf Life.
inriTioe, $2 per bottle, or three bottles for vs, and
forwarded by express, on receipt of money, to any ad
oar - Sold by all druggists everywhere.,
DR. W. R. Id:ERWIN & CO.,
• Sole Proprietors,
mstrlLeodly No. 119 Liberty street, New York.
2.00 r. N.
.7110 P. Y.
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BY GEORGE BERGNER.
FRANKL I N
.FOR CHANBERSBEIRII AND HARRISBORG
OR, ESSENCE OF LIFE.
CERTAIN AND SAF.B
Sr Per M 4 &mod of Obstructions and Me I - •
of Regularity in the Recurrence of the
,—They cure or obviate thew numenma Mimeos that
spring from irregularity, by removing the irregularity
,They cure Suppressed, &Malice and Painful Men
They cure Green Sickness (Glutamate.)
Ay-They mire Nervous and Spinal Affections, pains in
the back and lower parts of the body, Heaviness, Fatigue
on slight exertion, Palpitation of the Heart, Lowness of
Spirits, Hysteria, Sick Headache, Giddiness, &c, /cc. In
a word, by removing the irregularity, they remove the
cause, and with it ors, the effects that attiring from it
Gig-Composed of simple vegetable extracts, they con
tain nothing. deleterious to any constitution, however
delicate, their fusiction being to substitute strength for
weakness, which, when properly mod, they never fall to
—They may be sMay wood et any age, and at any
perloe, xxcart , relines Sill rum TEE= MONTER, during
which the unfailing nature of their action would infallibly
essvan . pregnancy.
—Ail letters waiving Mformatkm or advice will be
promptly, freely and diseseetly answered.
dirndl directions accompany aeon box.
airPrtee, $1 per box, or dx boxes for $6. •
Ardent' by mall, free of postage, on rennin of price.
nareqd by all respectable (lreggiste.
DR. W. R. RERWIN k DO.; •Sole Proprietors
mar 1143041 3, ' No. $ Liberty.strees, New York,
Jro eel, ilsElrdslsgs by as A. SWIM. & BRO., ns
NAB 0 0 13. -*MHZ onoccpat
DAYS OF SHODDY
Jut recedvoil at [OM SOLEFFIEWS MOOILSTORD.
'THE UNION—N,OW AND FOREVER."—Webster
HARRISBURG, PA., SATURDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 3. 1864
NEB' A_D VERTISEMENTS.
UNCLAIMED GOODS ,
REMAINING IN THE. WAREHOUSE
HOWARD & ROPE EXPRESS COMPANY.
'eart articles described in the followingl
__ schedule, having been consigned to the Howard '
Hope Express Company, and the consignees, a ter due
and legal notice, n -t having taken them away, nor paid
the coati and exprns a of carriage, will be exposed to
public sale or outcry at the Market House. on SATURDAY,
Sk.PTP,IIEIRR 24 1884. Tne sale to commence atB o'clock
in the forenoon of said day :
1 box, Capt Jos Hutchinson 1 bdle, no name
1 box, H /do elock 1 pkge, Sol= Shullhouse
1 box, Peter Renshaw 1 ox, Elisabeth Wiginaing
1 box, 14 Coughlin 1 b . .; Mr S It T Brady
1 c bag, Goo L Krid - r 1 bottle, Chas Bucher .
1 pkgo, Cato arc:arty 1 box, Taos J . Tomer
1 bdle, cost and boot att 1 box, Chas B, bekeheiser
no name 1 box, G W Mapes
1 lot pipe, A L Battles 1 pkge, X L McDonald
1 box, no name 1 pkge, Geo T Barkhart
1 box, H G Wolf 1 box, Chas Taylor
1 box, Capt W Harland I trunk, .1 NY
1 box, (Ito Er Daily 1 trunk, R C Bally
1 pkg, R F Li-Bearing 1 box, SD Fite
1 box, .1 . P K hler 1 box, Wm Drehei
1 box, L P Mills 1 box, PeterJ Wartz
1 box, F N Mutton 1 pkgo, J yogis
1 c bag, W H. II Po - ter 1 pkge, J Yarning
1 bile, Henry Lander 1 pkge, Lleut W S Boyer
1 cast, It Pittock 1 pkge, Wm Morris
1 page, Geo H. Russell 1 pt ge, W S King
1 pkgo, Geo Voght 1 pigs, George tlelchtre
1 box, B Ro•encrantz 1 pk .„ John A Dantrich
1 box, Capt L M Bummell 1 . ox, Patrick Flanigan
1 box, 11 A Stevenson 1 bottle, Jane Schuler
1 pkge, Wta It Moser 1 pkge. no name
1 pogo, cod, J le Ebersole 1 wheel, Capt Dodge
1 mix, A F Pennepacker 1 box, no mime
I box, Leah Lees 1 p box, Isaac Herring,er .
3 boxes, G P Hardwick 1 box, DO name
1 box Capt .1 Keim 1 pkge, B Anthony
1 box, J. Molt It Blown 1 pkge, J A Nixon
1 box. Robt I' Crisman 1 box, Wm L Ea to
1 box, Jos Burggs . 1 born, John Newsome
1 b , ..x, J E Spalding 1 box tab, Cam J J Johnson
1 box, (apt J 1 etwiler 1 pkge, David Pepper
1 box, A L Bryant 1 do Wm Carlisle
1 box, John W Bookies - 1 do Elber MoMiner
1 box, Mary Radabaugh I do X. sS C Jones
1 pig - oil cloth, no name . I do Louisa Boxier
1 pkgo, W D Jack 1 do Aaron ,: chluas
l loop and h eat, II Reeky 1 do Jam a Freeborn
1 pkge, Wm P Patterson 1 do Auatn Woltinger
I pito, Joetan De Boor 1 du no name
1 e nag, no name 1 do Ca• - 1 Mayer
1p• g, Lieut H. B Bally 1 do Theo Yeaparherst
I c bag, SO D Conrad . 1 do John H Beryl:till
1 c bag. Capt P . Wida 1. do Henry Baca
I coat, no name 1 do John Dire lus
1 belle, Geo Hight
....1.2e e. Ax.
....2.60 .t. it.
The above articles will be eapceed to public sale, as
aforesaid, according to the provizions of then st section
of the act of As:.embly of the CoMmmonweatth of Penn-
Sylvania, appr -vtd the 18th day of Hatch, A. D. 1858 ;
with a I doe req Proments of which the Howard and Hope
Expr•ss Company have in all respects complied. -The act
of As:erably is as follows :
• couioior..-irio Aperchrinia .apd factorS , and all common
“, or other perss.ns having a teen upon goods, wares
and merchandise, for or on account of the costs and ex
penses of carriage or storage, or any oilier charge prising
irom the transportation, keeping, or storage of audit pro
perty, in case too owners or consigners shalt not pay or dis
uharge tau amount due for such cost, expense, carriage,
storage, or other charges- hereinbefore named, may, after
the expiration of ninety days from the notice hereinafter
pro ided, proceed to sell tue some, or so much thereof as
may be necessary to discharge said lien, at public auction:
Prauided, That notice of sale shun be give. as required
ior Menrs Sala of personal property, and that thirty
days' notice of said lien b, given to the o wren or consig,eo
of the property, if they cannot be so found, that the same
shall be advertised weekly in some newspaper published
in the propor.city or county.to which the goods, war s
or mercbauiiise have bees consigned, for four cousecu
two Weeks before the sale, - toe residue of money arising
fr , rn such sale ' after doduining costs of transpertasiun,
charges and storage advortising and kale, to be held sub.
ject to the Grd,r of storage,
owner or owners of such property."
GEO. ktEltCeN gat, Agent
aug2'T-dtal Hamad and tope Express Company.
Northern Central Railway.
101111JELIC NOTICE is hereby given that the
FNEIGHT and BAGGAGE described in the follow
lug list remains unclaimed in the Warehouse of the
Northern Central Railway Company, at Harrisburg. Con
'eignees are hereby notified to come forward, pay eh argos,
and take their property away or the same will be sold
according to law.
J. N. DU BARRY Gen'l Supt.
GEYKUAL hurkm.vrgynamer's Oretca,
AtrellsT 16, 1861.
No 1, 'Williamsport and Harrisburg check 146, one
No 2, lelmim and Harrisburg check 20, one box, Lieut
A Miller, Harrisburg
No 3, Baltimore and Harrisburg cheek 20, one box
No 4, no check, ono box, .1 Banal, Lockport, Niagara
Co N Y
No 5, no check, one box, latent A. Scott, Harrisburg
No 6. no check, one box, no marks
No 7, no check, one box, Jacob Weaver, Pittsburg
No 8, no check, one box, Neuben Farringer, Datta
No 9, no check, fair leather trunk, do
No 10, no chock, one box, Cant Phillips, Harrisburg
No it, no cheek, black trunk, S SJ, St Joseph's wade.
u.o 12, no check, fair leather trunk, no marks „
No 13, no check. fair leather trunk, Capt Lytnein, Har
No 14, no check, black lea' her trunk, no marks
No 15, no check, blae k lest , or trunk. no marks
No 16, no check, one box, Jno McGee, lierriaburg
No 17, no check, one box, Geo L Stephens, Harrisburg
No 18, no chock, one box, Newport station, 'P
No 19. no check, one box, Daniel Robison, Philadelplua
No 20, no check, black trunk, Jno Gemmel, Lewis
No 21, Danville and Harrisburg check 612, lair leather
trunk, Wm H Barber, Milton, Pa
No oX, no check, black trunk, no marks
No 23, no cheek, lair leather trunk, W S Smtt, Hunts
N 6 24, no check, fair leather trunk, Thos McDaniel
No 25, no check, black trunk. Sarah
No 26, no check, black trunk, G S Angill, BinghamP
ton, N Y
No 21, Williamsport and Harrisburg clack 92, fair
leacher valise, no marks
No 28, Baltimore and Harrisburg check Bet fair leather
valise, no marks
No 29, no check, fair leather valise, no mats
No SO, no check, black trunk, Jim E Kowa, Lancas.
No 31, no check, one box, Michael Triimp,A,Mentewn
No 32, no amok, one box, no, marks
No 33, Scranton and Mar. isburg cheek 259, one hex
No 34, no check, one box, Mrs slack, Proeuerity, Pa
No 85, no check, one box, Henry Will, Reuling
No 86, no died.; one box, no mat la
No 37, no check, bag of saddles, no marks
No 38, no check, saddle, Ignatius Flanker, Portage
No 39, no cbeek, black bag, no marks
Nu 40, no oh ck, black bag, Mary Foster, 11arrisburg
No 41, no check, black bag, no marks
No 42, no Check, black bag, no marks
No 43, no check, black b ig, no marks
No 44, no check, black bag, J Stadia, Jertey Shore, Pa
No 45, Williamsport and llairicburg chmk 36, black
g, no marks
No 46, no check, black bag, no marks
No 47, no ch ck, back bag, no marks I
No 48, no check, carpet bag, no marks
No 49, no check, walla, no marks , •
No 50, no check, bag, do marks
No 51, no check, one box, no marks
No 52, no check, one box, no marks
No Ni, no check, hat-box, no marks
No 64. no check, fair Isa,her trunk, no Mita
J Fleming, one bond le shills
A L Babcock, 1 belle rope
N Frazer, eleven barrels nuts
D Fisher, six corn -buskers
H Gilbert, one barrel insulators
Nelson Bayne & Co, two boxes bitters
8 Battler, one box hardware
M Hawkins, ono granite block
Nicholas &- B, one box rankles
J Alb rt, barrel, two bases
Thai Hickok, one tax hardware '
No consignee, 204 brick, no :lints
No consignee: small box, no marks
No consignee, 4 - 1 sneetisiroo, no multi '
No consignee, package Indigo
No consignee, one box macnimdlee, Barba %liner, Hat•
rig/JP angl6-11w .
COL. A. A. LEMUR.
$5OO BOUNTY! For one year's ser
ri: e only. Men mustered immediately
and paid cash down $4OO. Come singly, or in squads.
Any mann bringing 20 men wig be commissioned a
Second Lieutenant; 25 men a Fist Lieutenant; 40 men a
The above will be exemed to the letter. Apply to
Col. A. A. LECHLER,
Headquarters, 611 Chestnut at., Phila.
Volunteer Notice !
aptains of Companies and Commanders of
THE undersigned are prepared to secure for
The Bighest Local, as and Government
Committees can be supplied with credits for their town
ship or county quota.
air Enlistment. papers promptly made out, and men
attended to until mustered in, clothed and equipped, by
Pennsylvania. Recruiting Agency HEWES St Co.,
°thee, Parke House, Market street, between Third and
Fourth str er. , , Harrisburg.
shy- Two a the arm have commissions to reornit in
Statoi in rebellion. [aug234t.nrlin
DRAFTED MEN, SUBSTITUTES,
115 South Seventh St., Ser-ongjoor , Boom No. 10.
Prafted Men from the City or any part of the
State will be furnished with Substitutes at short notice,
and on liberal terms.
Ler Men Enlisting, either es Etibsiitutos or Volunteers,
will receive the hugest Bounqes, which will be paid to
them in cash as soon as mustered In.
, Agents will be iiberaily paid at this Office.
W. D. HAVENS.
IRS. N. BUYER, NO. 18 MUM gTREET,
BSING desirous of closing her Summer
Stock of Millinery Goods, oilers for sale at greatly
reiticed prices, such as
SLUT. AND STRAW BONNETS,
EATS AND FLATS, ACC.
Constantly on hand a splendid assortment of
FANCY GOODS, &C. •
Dealers will do well to call, as great bargains can be
had at wholesale.
SOLE AGENCY FOR THIS CITY
lAM happy to offer to the public a large
and splendid assortment of
SUPERIOR GOLD PENS,
LEROY W. FAIRCHILD.
These Pena are well Rubbed, eltusio, and will give en
PLEASE TRY THEM.
SCREFFER'S BOOK STORE,
Second street, opposite Presbyterian Church, Harrisourg
DANIEL A. MUENCH AGENT
Oy the Old Wallower Line, respectfully e in
forms the public that this Old Daily frausportation
Line, (the only Wallower Line now in existence in *this
city,) le in successful operation and prepared to carry
freight as low as any other individual lion between Phila.
lelphia, Harrisburg, Sunbury, Lewisburg, Williamsport,
Jersey Shore, Lock Haven and all other points on the
northern Central, Philadolphla and Erie and Williamsport
and Elmira Railroads.
• . •
DANIEL A. MU NCH, Agent.
Goods sent to tho Warehouse 'et Messrs. Peacock, Zell
& Ilinchman, Nos. 808 and 810 Market street, above Bth,
Philadelphia, by '4 o'clock, p. F., will arrive at Harris
burg, ready for delivery, nest morning. fao3o-rdmyl
Draft: Draftii Drattiii
ALIENS and persons under or over the re
.quired age, who have been enrolled in this (14th)
District, or any other Distriat In the State, can have their
exemption papers made out at rates fixed by law.
Now is the time to put in a substitute and avoid the
Persons who are not liable to draft. and , who wish to
enter the army as substitutes, can obtain the highest pre
Business transacted by mail at legal rates, and cost of
travel thereby avoided.
Call at once, or address by mail,
Attorney at Law, 3d street,
jy9-eod2mos. Harrisburg, Pa.
C ItIr*"TA.LIZ ED
CONCENTRATED LEMONADE ,
pa pleasant, healthy 'beverage.
Very convenient and refreshing for invalids having
fever or great thirst.
Its portability recommends it ics travelers.
Its convenience at pie-nice will be apreciated.
No sugar required; one table-spoonfill simply dissolved
in a giant of cold wider and it is done.
SELLER'S DRUG AND FANCY GOOD STORE,
No. in, Market street.
IN D. W. GROSS , NEW BLOCK,
4arket Street., Harrisburg.
1,000 DIFFERENT STYLES
CLOAKS AND OIliC lILABS
FINE 'SPRING SHAWLS: - •
Will open on the tat of . April.
SOLE AGENCY AT W. _KNOWER,
OS Market street, Harrishurs :
FOR REASONS perfectly satisfactory to
NYBELP I have Wren the agency of the above mon
excellent Pianos. The public Is Welted to come and ex
amine for tnemselveM
A few Behomacker & Col's Flaws on hand yet will be
deg low. ' margetf
Tilt EFS TONG I 8..p-Finfilarge beef tongues,
mad try .7.11. 111.1chener s k tlik; sod for Bate 'by
SHISLER & FRAZER,
Summers to W. Dvok, & Co.
PRICE THREE CENTS.
From the 201st Regiment.
(TAMP Ootrat, NEAR CEMEERBRUEG,
Sept. 1, 1864.
Editor Elegraph:—The 201stregiment, P.
V., Col. Awl, is now comfortably "fixed," and
the men composing it are being rapidly in
structed in the various evolutions pertaining
to military tactics. Camp Couch is situated
a little over four miles, due west of Chain
bersburg, in Hamilton township, Franklin
county. The camp is located on an eminence
overlooking a vast tract of country. A fine
mountain view is had northward and west
ward, (the lofty range running in a semi-circle
from due north to west,) and very much re
minds us Harrisburgers of the Blue Mountain
Ridge above our! beautiful city, on the Sus
quehanna. Eastward and south the view is
insignificant; interspersed here and there with
farm-houses or humble log dwellings, then
shut out abruptly by belts of timber. At the
foot of the Slate Hill on which we pitched our
tents, runs a sluggish stream, the water (in
which we frequently plunge, like so many
porpoise,) is icy cold. The pike or public
road running from Chambersburg to Bedford,
passes in front of our quarters, scarcely
five minutes walk from camp. The rations
dealt out three times a day, consist of fresh
beef, salt pork, rice or bean soup, sugar, cof
fee and hard tack, and the men stow it away
in "double quick" time, for camp life gives
them an appetite.
When our regiment left Camp Curtin, on
Tuesday, the men all seemed "gay and hap
py"—inspired with the idea that a soldier's
life was one of pleasure and excitement!
We marched gaily along enlivened by the
music of our fine Regimental Band, proud ot
our respected young Colonel and the other of-
freers of the regiment to which so many of our
friends and neighbors are attached. But
when we paraded through the principal streets
of the city, and met the tearful gaze, the fond
adieus and the "God bless you, men," of our
wives and little ones—of our kind friends and
neighbors—it was no small effort to restrain
tears and choke down the anguish that many
of us felt in parting from those we kohl most
dear on earth. Once in the old bridge the
boys yelled with a hearty good will, and drove
away all traces ot sorrow and despondency.
All along the line of the Cumberland Valley
railroad we were cheered and greeted with
demonstrations of joy; and the regiment, hur
ried over the rails by two engines, reached
Chambersburg at half-past five o'clock.—
From some cause or other, we lay in this
ruined place nearly two hours; and then, af
ter a fatiguing march of four miles—fatigu
ing became new to most of rm. We reached
our camp at dark, partook of some food from
our haversacks, spread our blankets on the
bare ground ; and, with the dying soldier,
many of us sang,
"Let this knap-sack be my pillow,
And my mantle be the sky—
and so we passed the first night in our new
quarters, enjoying a sound refreshing sleep
feeling a little the worse on waking up id the
morning, slightly stiff in our limbs, the effect
of hunting for the soft side of the ground on
Slate Hill ?
Morning in camp 'mist be seen and heard,
to be realized. The boys, all refreshed by
slee of a sudden become lively as crickets im
itating the crowing of bantam or shanghai, the
squealing of pigs, the braying of donkeys, and
the barking ola terrier, and a thousand-at. &one
other ideas of deviltry, which would make
a man laugh in spite of himself I Then comes
the reveille, the cooks are busy after that,
and the soldiers are hurrying up to the res
taur .nt (as they term it) to get their hot
coffee, meat and hard tack.
After breakfast squads are detailed, guards
are put out for the various duties assigned
them, the respective companies are then drilled
for a few hours, and then dismissed in time
to go after fresh water, fruit, or whatever they
choose to purchase, and get back in time for
There is something that is interesting and
comes near to a "home-picture," to be seen
and heard in camp after nightfall. The men
are all huddled together in their tents, various
ly employed, Some singing good old fashion
ed hymns, • vidently preparing for the great
"roll call at the judgment day—some hum
ming over gay snatches of sentiment in the
shape of . _
' , Do they miss me at home,
Do they miss me!"
" Home, home, sweet home!
There is no place like home."
Again you hear the strumming of the humble
banjo, with a negro song as an accompani
meut while others are exercising their bangs
on "Hail Columbia," and
"Rally round the flag; boys,
Rally round the flag-- •
Shouting the battle cry of Freedom!"
But, owing to the industry,•courtesy and
perseverance of our worthy Chaplain, Rev.
Mr. Rakestraw, there is a decided moral and
religious improvement in the regiment; as
many of the soldiers are seen,. when at 'leis
ure, to read over religious matter, and .can be
heard to sing the hymns that John Wesley,
and Asbury, and the other great lights of the
Methodist Church used. to sing in years gone
Our regimental officers are,
Colonel—F. Asbury Awl.
Lieut. Colonel—T. Wesley Awl.
Major—John T. Morgan.
Adjutant— --- Reisinger.
Chaplain—Rev. Mr. Rakestraw,
Oar officers are all men of good breeding
and education, and men of the regiment are
greatly attached to them already. We antici
pate a good time during our enlistment. The
the men are lavish in their praises of our cour
teous and gentlemanly young colonel. One man
in our mess remarked to-day "I say, boys, we
are a bully regiment--nearly all Harrisburgers
—we have a splendid new Awl at our head, and
if the Rebs giye_ as a chine% we will punch a
hole clean through 'em!"
Your correspondent is attached to company
I, Capt. Miles, and our position is near the
centre of the regiment, 'between companies
0. and 1).
To-day a copy of the Truzamtru, of Tues
day evening, came into camp and the
boys cheered loudly for that staunch
Harrisburg daily, when they read the oompli
meutary notice of the appearance of our reg
iment, as 3ye left:Harrisburg. rea /a Tams-
Arty of our frienda writing to us (and 4 qe
shall be glad , to hear front home 'OIPOWI
please addrese " 20Ist regiraent,'Vpmp
Couob, near Chambersburg, Pa.," stating the
STIAI PRINTING MICR.
ADVERTISING RATES—DAILY TELEGRAM .
The following Rio the fates for aderertistas In the Tata_
GUM Those haring adVartlalns to do nail Ora It OM
%eatest tar referettCC
/Or roar lines or teas tionstitute cum-WE square.
Eight book or more thaw four, uoastitate a square
101 A HALF 09018.8. rot O.H atitrasn.
One day ...... $' 80 One day ...... -.2 GO
Two dogs . '6O . 1 .- ..0 days. .. ... ..... 100
Thee days 75 1 Three days 126
One week .... ..... 125 One week .....• —• • 566
One month 3 00 One month 600
Two months. 4 50 Two months 9 00
Three months_.._... 6 60 Three months 11 09
Six months 8 00Six mnink, 16 00
One year.. .........15 00 Osie year 25 09
Administration Notices . '2
Funeral Noises. (flich Insertion
Business notices lusertoil in the Local Citessai, OC
before Marriages and Death; EIGHT Caste rstc Luca for
letter of the respective companies. The boys
say, "tell our friends to send us papers, by all
Adieu for the present, and look out for
more anon. A. H. B„„,,.
High Private, Co. L
Important British Order Relative to American
Her LFLX, Aug. 2.
The steamer Heela, from Liverpool on the
23d and Queenstown on the 24th of August.
The difficulties between the Egyptian Gov
ernment and the United States have been
Electioneering riots have occurred at Ge
neva, Switzerland, but have subsided.
The ship Frank Pierce was abandoned at
sea June 7th ; the Frigate Niagara is in the
The British Customs had. issued an order
that no ships of war of either of the American
belligerents shall be allowed to enter any Eng
lish ports for the purpose of being dismantled
DZSTRUCTIONZS TO THE PROVOST
CIRCULAR NO. 79
OFFICE A. A. PROVOST MARSHAL GENERAL
AND SUPERINTENDENT VOLUNTEER SER
VICE, SOUTHERN DISTRICT, NEW YORE,
NEW Youx, August 29, 1864.
The following instructions from the Provost
Marshal General are communicated for the
information of the provost mar hale in this
division, who are instructed to make every
arrangement for carrying them into effect.
In the coming dralt try and have the draw-
lags made and notices served in such a way
as to give the Board a hundred and twenty
men for examination each day, and let the
Board have their preparations made for
disposing of that number.
As the number who will fail to report, and
the number of substitutes cannot be foretold
. the Boards, I am aware that they can only
approximate to a strict execution of the above
order; but I wish them to exercise their best
judgment in making arrangements to come as
near as possible to effecting the object pro
That the examination may commence as
soon as possible atter the draft is ordered, it
may be well to notify first those in the sub
districts most convenient to headquarters,
and require them to report in, say three, four
or five days. By command of
Brigadier General HAYS.
G. C. Glum, A. A. Adjutant General.
Markets by Telegraph.
There Livery little doing in breadetuffs, and
very little change in prices. The export de
mand for Flour is limited, and only lut 0 bbls.
extra family sold at *l2 and some fancy at
$3. In Rye flour and Corn meal no change.
There is more inquiry for Wheat, and prices
are fair; sales of 4000 bushels at $2 50(52 55
for old red, $2 65(0 70 for new do., and
$2 90®3 for white. Rye sells on arriya for
$1 85. Corn 'is in good request at $1 73 for
yellow, and $1 71 for mixed. Oats are dull ;
2000 bushels new Delaware sold at 88c. In
groceries and provisions there is very little
doin. Petroleum is steady at 50c. for crude,
810 8443. for bonded, and 86(0,90c. for free.
Whisky is drooping . ; sales of 200 bbls Ohio
at $1 87, and rectified at $1 85.
New York Stock Markets.
Stocks weak ; Chicago and Rock Island,
1094; Cumberland ptefd, 61; Illinois Central,
1284; Illinois Central bonds, 132; New York
Central, 129; Reading, 1334; Hudson River,
1264; Canton Company, 34; Missouri sixes,
66;; Erie, 109; One year certificates, 932;
Treasury 7:3-10s, 112; Five-twenty coupons,
110:3-10s; Coupon sixes, 1072; Gold, 2518.
Philadelphia Stock Diarkets
PHILADELPIEL/k, Sep. 2
Stocks steady; Pennsylvania bs, 991; Read
ing railroad, 661; Morris Canal, 103; Long
Island, 48; Pennsylvania railroad, 744; Ex
change on New York par.
A. F. ZII,IfII.E.IiMAIN,
Practical Watch .31..a15.er,
No. a Market Street, ilarrisbarg, Pa.
MEE SILVER WAR at
PLATED TEA VICES,
AND ALL KINDS OF JEWELRY
gam constantly on hand a well selected and olegaraty
*alerted stook of
PIER SILVER WARES.
ENGLISH 4.14711 SWISS WATCFM,
Both in Gold and inhor Cason
Also, a foe assortment of
°mutantly on. hand
LARGB YAREITY OP
Of an deicriptiona; all of which will height Ai the
LOWEST CASEI PRICE&
.g-Call and examine the goods.
PartMular attention paid to repairing of tine Watches,
snob MI Glirinaoinetexa, 13
,nplips, , o th er eelebratad
Watches, and all kinds Of Jewelry neatly repaired.
None but the most competent workmen: employed, and
the whole matter under my own personal supervision.
A. F: ZIMMERMAN,
marlttil No. 62 Market street, adjoining Eratit/s. Ball.
Millinery and Fancy Goods.
ltirES. S. HIBBS,. 'at No. 8 Market Square,
next door to Fellx , sConfectioniry, keeps Sons-sant
ly tot haud the latest styles or Bonzes,. Bate, Buohea,
Moment. -Ribbon, ko., together-with a One assortment of
Dress Trimmhnis, Lams, Eitbrolderles, Conant; Cutk,
Hantkeaddefit, Hosiery, Gloves sad Variety .41tiode to
-Allithe latest Designs et Dress Fettenniciirect from the
New York Bezaar• Drees and Cloak making new* °sa
inted. Tliankral tbr tie patronage. lar4erren glace her
opening, she truste c hy strict attention to bniiiiies and
her extdeavora gliegesieral isadidietiolkittilcoutduee tv
receive a share of the public patronage, lyl4l3mt
NEW Yo t, Sept. 2
SECTS Or ISIMAY