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MORYJNO AND EVE272I 7 G, '
OFFICE THIRD RT., NEAR WALNUT.
wt:lttilS OF SUBSCRIPTION
ilLaitia24 ll . hs sFrliad LO suhsoritai• iL to::
•.„ 7 at 12 cents per week.. Yearly subscribers will ht..
mrge j $6 00 In advance. Those persons who nsglectto
-417 :a gal-Inca will be charged $7 00.
tan tt .e u taesiaalsopublishedweeltlli , , t3rtiraMa...t
h rblcribera at the following cash raps:
3.tigie copies, weekly ~,,,,
Three c , pies to ono Post Mice,
ie~corfk3 10 000 Post Office. ~,,, 10 00
Volunteer Notice !
- a - ta ms of Companies and Commanders. of
fauderßigued are prepared to seettre for
I all Volunteers
The /Meat Local, Cass. and Goring:cm
B , unties
Committees can be supplied with credits for their town;
:alp or county quota=.
Enlistment papers promptly made out, and men
;needed to until mustered in, clothed and equipped, by
Fmaybania Recruiting Apex. 2). HEWES CO.
lithe& Parke House, Maritri street, between Third' and
Dna' sin ev, Harrisburg.
fk r Two a 'the farm bare eommis ,, ions to recruit in
*isms in rtimmion. faug23-dit wlm
LIE A CQUARTERS
DRAFTED MEN, NUBSTITUTES,
VO L,UN TEE RS,
Ils,tity , th .•;pventh Bt., Second)lour. al2P,ro No. 10
.limited Men from the City or Rey purl of the
State will be furnished with substitutes at :port notice,
tad en liberal terms.
or Men Enlisting, either as Substitutes or Volunteers,
eta reael re the largest Bounties, which will be paid to
them in cash as soon as mustered in,
Agents will be liberally
,raid at Otis Office.
W. li. HAVENS. '
I. 0 Vie iu *) T
RBI M. MAYER, NO. VI MARKET STREET,.
BEING desirous of closing ber Summer
Stock of Millinery Goods, offers for sale at greatly
retuteol prime, such as
SILK AND STRAW BONNETS,
RATS AND FLArS, Zt.O.
Oonstantly on band a splendid assortment of
FANCY COOL'S, &C.
Dealers witl do well to tail, as groat bargains can be
rod at Ntbolesate. Jel4.ly
SOLE AGENCY FOR THIS CITY
lAM happy to offer to the public large
A. and Splendid assortment of
SUPERIOR GOLD PENS,
LEROY W. FAIRCHILD.
ntee Pens are well finished, elastic. wed is ill RM . ! en.
PLEASE TRY THEM.
SOREFFER'S ROOK STORE,
neouud,street, opposite PrestVerian Church, Harrisburg
DANIEL A. MUENCH AGENT
iThr the Old Wallower Line, respectfully in
ky forms the public that this Old Daily Transpertation
line (the only Wallower Line new in existence In this
clty,) is in succeesful operation and prepared to carry
freight as low as any other individual line between Phila
delphia, Harrlaburg, Sunbury, Lewisburg, Williamsport,
Jersey Shore, Look Haven and all other points cr. the
Northern Central, Philadelphia and Erie and Williamsport
and. Elmira Railroads.
LAN EEL A. MCIMiCH, Agent,
tioods sent to the Warehouse of Messrs. Peacock, Zell
yt Hinchman, Nos. 808 and 810 Market s treet, above Bth,
Philadelphia, by 4 o'clock, e. at., will arrive at Harris-
burg, ready for delivery, next morning. (ap3o-rdmyl
Drafts Draft SS Draft
A LIENS end persons under or over the re
xl gutted age, who have been enrolled in this ([4th)
District ! or any other District 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, sad cost of
travel thereby avoided.
Call at once, or address by mail,
.ttorriey at Law, 3d street,
pa pleasant, healthy beverage.
Very convenient and refreshing for invatide having
fever or great thirst.
its portability recomuseads it fo traveler.
Its convenience at plc-nics will be apreciated.
No sugar required; one table-spoonful P imply dta,o(ve..l
in a glass of cold water and it is done.
SELLER'S DRUG AND FANCY GOOD STORE,
No. 91, Itiarket street.
LO A. K s. ,
IN D. W. GROS,S" NEW BLOCK,
iliarket Street, Harrisburg,
1,000 DLFFRRFIIT STS;:.
UiAbaKS AND 0 I . EUti tuti
FINE SPRING SfiAcv - terA
Win &pen on the ISt of April,
ALBRECHT, RLEKES &SC iIJT'S
AVLA' AGENCY AT W. ICIVOCECEA
In Market street, Harrisburg.
FOR REASONS perfectly satisfactory to
)1781.W` I have taken the agency of the above most
moans Pirsoa The paint° la invited to come and ea-
Mille for tremselvea
A flaw Se,hosnaolsar As Co'a Pianos on hand yet. will be
PHOTOGR AYR ALBUMS.
PEE largest and cheapest variety of PM
i t. 7= AltatlfZiNteatir coastantlyAe.p:
111)12N TONGUES. —Fine large beef tongues,
Jar tore_ ey-J.R. wohener-a—ruk., Gar a. Aby
• 'KLUWER i4.llllAnk
• Cek.Xlol•4 to _ #. , ., i &zoo-
- l ute Cider Vinegar
col bolzaln ny the bickiz k im vittfutm
BY GEORGE BERGNER.
REMAIN - MO IN TER WAREHOUSE
INWARD & HOPE EXPRESS COMPANY,
THE articles described in, the following
schedule, having been consigned to the . Hew&ld; Ot
Hope Express Company„and the. consignees.; a..ter doo
and legal notice, n d having taken- them - away, nor pa(d.
the costs and.. expenses of camiage, will be exposed to
public sale or • outcry at the Market House, on SATURDAY,
iSkPTEM BEI d 24; 186.1. "The sale to commence at o'clock
in the forens con of said-day :
1 box, Capt ` Jim HurchinSon 1 bdle, no name
1 box-, H M (Retook 1 pkge, JohnShullhouse
1 box, Pens' Renshaw 1 vox, .F.lizahoth lYigihning
/ 'cox, M C k,ughlin 1 box, Mr 9 R T Brady
1 c bag, Caao L Kridsr / bottle, Chas Bucher
1 pkge, Ca In halarty I box, TOOR J Terrier
1 Odle, cost and boot Eat 1 box, Chas Bebekeiteiser
no name, I box, G W Mapes' :
1 lot pipe, A L Battle': I. pkge, M L ltrcHonald.
1 box, no name 1 page, Gee T Bark.fiart
1 box, H (1 Wolf box,Vbas Taylbr
1 box, Capt W Harland 1 trunk, J W,
1 box, Geo B Daily • 1 freak., frO Bally
pkg, - R Le/searing bet; fiFita • •
1 box, .1 Kohler 1 box, Wmbreltel -
1 box, L P 11111 s 1 box, Merl Warta . --
1 box,. F N Morton - 1 pkge, J Yogis • •
1 c bag, W H H Porter 1 pkge, J Yoming
1 bdle, Henry Lander I page, Lieut. W S Boyer
1 cast, It Pittock 1 page, Wm Morris
1 page, Geo H Russell 1 pkge, W S King
1 pkge, Geo Voght I.pkge, George Betchtre
1 box, B Rosencrante , pica, Abu A Beattie/it
1 box, Capt L MBummeli 1 box, Patrick Flanigan
1 box, II A Stevenson 1 bottle, 'Jane Schuler
1 pkge, Wet It Mow 1 pkgo.'ste name'.. .
1 page, oe d, J F Ebersole 1 wheakCalit - Dodge
1 box, A F Pcnnepacker 1 box, no name
1 box, Leah Lees 1 p box, Isaac Herringer
3 boxes, G P Hardwick 1 box, no_ name
1 box, Capt J Reim 1 pkge, B Anthony
1 box, Josiah 11. Brown 1 pkge, 3 A Nixon .
1 box, Robt F Crisman 1 box, Wm Lamle
1 box, Jos Burgga 1 horn, John Newcome
1 box, J E Spalding 1 box tab, Capt Johnson
1 box, Capt J Detwiler 1 page, David Pepper
1 box, A L Bryant. 1 do Wm Carlisle
1 hox, John W Hopkins 1 do ElbereMeMlner
1 box, Mary Radabaugh 1 do Mrs 9 C Jones
1. pkge oil cloth, no name 1 do Louisa BeXter
1 pkge, WLi Jack 1 do Aaron Schloss
1 kuap and h alt, M Neely 1 do James Freeborn
1 pkge, Wm P Patterson 1 .do Adam Wolfinger
1 pkge, Xenon flo Boric . 1 do ,no name
1 c bag, no minim . 1 do Carl Mayer
1 pkg , Lieut. R B Bally 1 do Theo Youperherst
c bag, Ed JD Conrad 1 do John H Beryhdi
1 c bag, Capt P d Willa 1 do Henry elechi -
1 coat, no name 1 do John OCcisho . .
/ idle, Geo Hight
The above articles will be exposed to public aide, as
aforesaid, according to the provisions of the first section
of the act of Assembly of the Commmonwealth of Penn
sylvania, apprqed the 16th day of March, a. v. 1858 ",
with ad the requirements of which the Howard and Hope
Expre as Company have in all respects complied. The act
of Assembly is as follows :
Commission merchants and factors, and all common
carne. s, or other persons having a lien upon goods, wares
and merchandise, for or on RCCOUSWor tine costs ant • ex-:
pauses or carriage or storage, or any other charge arising
trom the transportation, keeping, or storage of such pro
party, in case tan owners or consignees shalt not, pay or dis
charge Inc amount due Lor 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 toe same, or so muck thereof as
may be necessary to discharge said lien, at public auction:
Provided, That notice of sale shall be given as required
for sheriff's Sales of personal property, and that thirty
days' notice of said lien be given to the owneror consignee
of the property, it they cannot be BO found, that the same
shall be advertised weekly in some newspaper published
In the proper city or county to which the goods, war. a
or merchandise have been consigned, for four con.secu
tive weeks before the sale, the residue of money arising
fistn such sale, after deducting costs of transportation,
charges and storage, advertising and sale, to be held sub
ject to the order of the owner or owners of such property."
GEO. HERGiNER, Agent
aug2,74131 Howard and hope Express Company.
Northern Central Railway.
PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that the
FREIGaT and BAGGAGE described in the follow
ing list remains unclaimed in the Warehouse of the
Northern Central Railway Company, at Harrisburg. Con
signees are hereby notified to come forward, psych arges,
and take their prepo. ty away, or the same will be sold
according to law. J. N. DU BARRY, Gen't Sept.
GfixseAL StrefiRDITESDENT% OFFICE, 1_
Ammer 16, 1861.
No 1, Williamsport and Harrisburg check 146, one
No 2, Elmira and Harrisburg check 20, one box, Lieut
A Miller, Harrisburg
No 3, Baltimoro and Harrisburg check 20, one box
No 4, no check, one box, J Barratt, Lockport, Niagara
No 6, no check, one box, Lieut A Scott, Harriet:Mrs'
No G. no check, one box, no marks
No 7, no check, one box, Jacob Weaver, Pittsburg
No S, no check, one box, Reuben Farringer,
No 0, no dheck. fair leather trunk, do
No 10, no check, one box, Copt Phillips, Harrisburg
No 11, no cheek, black trunk, S S J, St Joseph's acade
No 12, no check, fair leather trunk, no marks
No 13, no check, fair leather trunk, CaptLyMan„ . Har
No 14, no check, black leather .taltlk; no marks _
No 16, no cheek, black leather trunk,lttommikir
No 16, no.check, one box, Jno McGee, Harriebunt
No 17, no check, one box, Geo • L Stephens, Harrisbrug.
No 18, no check, one box, Newport station,.l' It
No 10, no check, one box, Daniel Robison, Philadtdphla
No 20, no check, black trunk, Jno Gemmel, Lewis
, No 21, Danville and Harrisburg check 512, fair leather
trunk, Wm H. Barber, Milton, Pa
No 22, no check, blank trunk, no marks
No 23, no cheek, fair leather trunk, W S Scott, Hants.
No 24, no check, fair leather trunk, ghee McDaniel
No 25, no check, black trunk, Sarah
No 26. no check, black trunk, G S Angill, HMO:tamp.
ton, N Y
No 27, Williamsport and Harrisburg check 92, fair
leather valise, no marks
No 28, Baltimore and Harrisburg check 687, fair leather
valise, no marks
No 20, no check, fair tattier valise, no marks
No 30, no check, black trunk, Jno E Monroe, Lancas
No 31, no check, one box, Michael Trump, Allentown
No 32, no•cneck, one box, '
No 33, Scranton and Hart isbnpacheck 259, one box
No 34, no check; one , box, Mta. alai*, Prosperity, Pa
No 35, no cheek, one box, Henry Will, Reading
No 36, no check, one box,: noniarks
No 37, no check, bag of saddles, no marks -
No 38, no check, saddle, Ignatius Fawner, Portage
No 39, no check, black bag, no marks
No 40, no ch. ck, black bag, Mary Foster, Harrisburg
No 41, no cheek;blaole bag, no marks
No 42, no check, black bag, no marks
No 43, no check, black bag, no mark' . :
No 44, no check, black bag, J Studley Jersey Shore, Pa
N 045, Williamsport awl Harrisburg check 36, black
g no marks . • , •
No 46, no cheek, black bag, ituY, marks
No 47, no check, black bag, no marks
No 48, no check, carpet bag;no marks
No 49, no check, saddle, no marks
Hp 50, no chesty bag, no marks
No 51, no Chitk, one box, no monks
No 52, no check, one box, no nmrks
No 53, no check, bat-lank no realm
No 54. no check, fair Mather track, no marks
J Fleming, one'bulldle thing
A L Babcock, 1 bcile'rope,
N Frazer, eleven barrels - nuts
1) Fisher, six corn-kinskep
H Gilbert one barrel 1. nsolitors
Nelson Biyne k Co, two; bones bitters
H /tioriainefflxe...4"AtitsbM 4 Bt
NiCtegaki 4 e.l l l - .; ' •• .. •
Viat • Vie
Nti 1 "4 IP IPVI
votaime, oat Poo* 7144 Art•
"TILE UNION--NOW AND FOREVER."—Webste,
HAIIRISBURG, PA., WEDNESDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 7 1864
“COSTAR'S” ENFERXINATOF* '
"I,\O TAIVS" EXTREMIUMRS,
• VOSTAX , W , EXTERAINOMMI.
• •CIST.A.R‘S" EXTERMINATOR.
OSTAR , S" EXTRRIEDNATORS,
-vcaTARTe , EXTERNEM/Tani
Vein/ate. Nice, liteadtheit.-Ants, Bed Bugs,
Blede. Meths in Furth Woolens, Insect/
dB Plants, Fowls, Animate. etc.
/.5 yam established In N. f.
'Only Infallible remedies known.'
"Free from Polsimo,'" .... A -
Not dangetotto Maio Human Famty.'
"Rats come out of. IMO holes to die."
• iii• Bold by all Druggists everywhere
.06-1 I I Ilswkaa I I I of all worthies:li bnitadlosa.
sar"Ctear,s Depot, No. 482 Broadway, N. T.
Oir Sold by a Ir. oßoas & co.,
Wholesale and retell agerdst.
And by 1111 Druggists In Harrisburg, Pa. jelO•daweat
SELLING OUT LOW
OUR STOCK OF LIQUORS
0 intend to discontinue the sale of Li
quors and offer our stock at a very small &dram(
from! cost.price. We have purchased all our Liquors be
fore the Last rise and have a law stock on handier three
or lint years, welch arg guaranteed cannot be purchased
now.at any pike from the importers.
Our stook consists of
of all grades. •
sirWe Itave parte e dine barv.ela pure RYE, no
colored, and 10 degrees above proof, 2)4 yeara
WINES of all Grades, Noodle aad Imported
We have: part, of % cookfrialNESSEZ -BRANDY,
to Which we ate theparrioularattentioa or families for
o Broady twtnot;:im bought to-day, from importers.,
Witt= UP per gallon. We will sell It for $l2 per gel.
I3CDTCH AND ENGLISH •S, •
- - - OLARETS , ,
ers.inyiteihe faspect4oo:. of Hotel:Reeves* and Liquor
Merchants generally, as• We intend to. witintat. re
gory; ali our L4quore, and this 'will be a vied opinitta
nity for bargains. . _
je2o " SMISLER dr MVP--
A. F. ZIMMERMAN,
Practical Watelc - Itiaker,
No. it Market Strut, Marriabaii, Pa.
DEALER lA .
SEW. OF JEWELRY.
FINS SILVER WARE,
AND ALL KINDS OF JEWELRY
Has constantly on band a well selected mud elegastly
assorted stook or
A.N . D SETS.
FINE SILVER WAXEN
AMERICAN_ ENGLISH AND SWIM' wArameat
Alto, a Ilse assortment of _
LADLES' WATCH s
Constantly 012 hand
♦ LASER TARIM OW
Of all detscriptionn; all of which wilt be 'cadet the
LOWEST CASE PRICES.
,g- Call and examine the goods
Particular attention paid to repairing of Ane Watches,
such aa Chronometers, Duplex and other celebrated
Watches, and all kinds or Jewelry neatly repaired.
None but the most competent workmen employed,' and
the whole matter under-my own personal supervision.
d F. ZIMMERMAN,
mar2s] No. 62 Market 'street, adjoining Branthi
NEW AND CHOICE SHEET MUSIC
OR THE PIANO FORTE:
The !Sword that my brave boy. wore... J. G. Clark. 80
"They have sent me the sword that Iny brave boy wore
On the field'of Ms young reniiieno/-'
I live for those:W . lM love.iiie Clark. 30 •
We shall be known above. Meg and Cho. J. G. Clark. 80
"tinder theicerhe waton , .rtin,
Under the lee
The genial glower the user 'Sup
Will loosen their feiteraby end by."
Do they pray for me at home. - 'Song and Cho. Fiske. 30
Tenting oh the Old Camp Ground. AS sung what great
applause by the • 'llutchineon Family. "30
Tony Pastor's Medley. „Adapted to the poicl arMelod y
"The Cottage by the Feat 30
Mete Store Window. A Medley Song laid Cho. Frank
13roancipatiou. Song and Chorus. Dedicated to all Loy
era of Freedom. - - so
The above neeatid
sleet toosieseitt by mail,
post-paid, on receipt of price. •
ourss, mr,,voir a co., plibushergoiook..
For tide by S. IL GOCID, Phieidelphie;
LADLES• HAIR - MU, and
' TOILET ARTICLES,
FRENCH LACE,. and
TISSUE YEWS, - ETC.,
AT ASTONISHINGLY LOW P&WKL
Everybody desk salt at onoe, and ware plat bar-
NO. 11a Varketeapeet,.
• . .
11x..ate: - - . :. •
h wi thilb aim aimmiimbAnisilit443o4 .
Vocil4=EM.l . 4 ., theiVal *kis" _ . 444
- LZ) C,21i+t,15,14
aft • , V3141!1._,
Philadelphia and Erie Rail
T' great tine t raverses Me Northern and
Northwest counties of Pennsylvania to the city of
Jtrie, on Late Erie. - • • • •
It bait been leased.by.the PraNz.:ILVASEL SAMROAD MX'
PANT, Mg umiler their anspk:44 is being rapidly opened
ihroutbont its entire lettXtb:.:
It Le now in use Ibr Yemen - ger and Freight -business
from Earrisbnrg to st..mairs(gle •miles) on the Eastern
Division, and. how Stiefdeld 'to Er/e OS miles) on the
Western Divialon. '
TIME OF PASSMGER TRA.DiS dl' ILAgftIBBOH(r.
• Leave Eastward.
Mail Train • - 135 P. M.
Egress Train 3.1.5 A. re.
Ceram through wrreoOri OHANON both wage on these
Wales between Philadelphia' Uxt, Lock Haven, and be
tween Xteltttnore and.Losr. Karen; ' •
Elegant igibtepitg Mire on — Eippsea trains both ways be
tween (Willlamaport and Baltimofei arid Williamsport and
For information, 46intettlig rawsneliqr),..l4Wnew apply "
thes. R. Corner 1/th and kftwEsCetteete. -
And for Freight business of the Co ' s Agents:
a a frheprten,,lr.., corner 13th and 'Market streets,
J. W. Reynolds,
I. K. Drill, Agent N. ;0.12 .
.'. It , Baltimole.
S. SHOUSTON •
eeeiinat%deiwya *feet, eali'd
LLWIS L. HOUTT, ,
Gaseialticket Agent iltro.
JOB. D. ?WM •
n 1 12 5441 Keryeng Mower, Walliernspon.
CU MBE BLAND VALLE
G'CHANGE OE HOWIS.,---On and Atter iton-
ARV. 404 PlAssbulifkr tralu 1 " nip
daily; sa Ewa , pundayE except*
IVR awnwararria AND n'ARIIIIIWI2Q:
Leave Ragerestowx 7.00 2.45
" Greencastle 7:87 835
I Arrive at 3.17 4.20
fnaaabeastaem: : - • . -
, Leave at '3.30 12.55
Leave Shippetteparg ' 9.00 1.29
" Newville - 9.82 2.00
Carpals 5.65 10.10 2.44
If6ohaniosbwrf 626•10 42 112
ArelTe at Harrleburg • 665 11.16 3.40
FOR ORAMBERSBUNG AND NAORRSFOWN
+LAG , I'. Y. P. 3p,
LawsHarrisbalti 4.:4.......... ... . . 8.05 , 1.32 4.20
" ; Nectuietie ' 8.4 T i 2.15 454
" -tiriisia.;: t .L' .' 4 ..•
. ' . 9.24:155 ' 5.29
Nowvilli.; 10 22 3.29 -.
" : Shippensbi t.
rg.. . 10.33 400
ch a b a b eni b u ,„, 5 Arrive at , 11.00 4.80
_ , ~5 , 11444; eat. ' 11..10 4,40 . .
Lem Gramma% ' '''' ' ' 11.56 5.80
Appel at Hagerstown - 12.85 6.10
*fpNAZI: 8 commas/lotus - at ,Harrisburg with trains
. fbr •hilid f lb* York' and. Pittsburg ; and with,
rain for all - poi tS•Wast. '• .
,The Train leaving Harrisburg at 4.2 A, P. at. runs
only anew u Gartial .s 4 . . O. N. Z.,t11,L, 44 ,
- n. a occa, Cluutiblintbiirt Aivit1 . 4,,1864.1y ,
OR, ERSDROR OP .1.117 r,
Prepurcd trout sure Ve§Onblettliacte, containing not.
Mg Injurious to the most Delicate,
ifirThe. Rejuvenating Elixir is the result of modern
diSooveiles is the vegetable kingdom; being an entirely
new and abstract method of cure, irrespective of all the
irld and worn-out systems.
*tends medicine has been tested by the most eminent
medical men of the day, and by them pronounced to be
003 of the greatest medical discoveries of the age
arOne bottle will :ettre General Debility.
feW 'doses coxes Rysterica in females '
.3 4 2 , the'bottle cures Palpitation of the-Heart.
-A few doses restores the organs of generation.
ilirFrom one to three bottles restore , ' the IMO !MOSS
and Hill vigor of youth.
WA few doses restores the appetite.
ay- Three bottles mires the worst case or Impotency.
ApirA few doses cures tee low spirited.
AK. •OLI e bottle resters mental power.
'itirA few doses bring the rose
- to the cheek.
ApirThis medicine restores to manly vigor and robes
health the poor, debilitated, worn-down and despairing
dsvotee of sensual pleasure.
irlerThe Hatless, enervated youth, the over-tasked man
bushiest, the victim of a nervous depression, the in
dividual suffering from general debility, or from weakness
Ok a trinia organ, will all find immediate and permanent
relief by the use of this Elixir or Essence of Life.
Sir Trice, $2 per bottle, or three bottles for $5, and
forwarded by express, on receipt of money, to any ad
IfirSold by all druggists everywhere.
DR. W. R. MERWIN & CO.,
morn-eodly No. 69 Liberty street, New York.
ONEROKEE Pis -
ERTAI3 7 AND SAFI,
larFor the Resnoval-qf Obstructions and as fasxrancs
qf Replevity in #4.. Recinyvnce of As
,'They mire or obviate those DeMMUS diseases that
wring from irregularity, by removing the irregularity
ltseli : . ,
They cure Suppressed,' Exceasive and Painfai hien
illirgbey sure Green Sickness (Chleroale.i
sir They cure Herrsua and Eitinal
,Affectiotik pews is
the back and low& pane of Vie body, Heaviness, Fatigue
on slight exettien,ll4ltation of Mae liteart, Lowness of
Sparita, Hysteria, Sick Headache, Giddiness, hc., kc. In
• vm!, by tetuovhing -the Irregularity, they remove the
twin, md with it AIX; the effects that spring from It
. sa-Composid.cif simple vegetable extracts, they con
tain nothing deleterious to any constitution, however
delicate, Chen' reaction being to substitute strength for
d weakness, which, when properly aged, they never fail to
They may be safely wand at any age, nth; A. any
periee, EXCEPT DURING TRH PIiST TNR KON/101, during
with& the unfailing nature of their action would infallibly
Sir Al l letters sedan inforniclioo or odriod wt i l be
promptly, freely and discreetly answered.
tarnin direct.tofui acorapsay each box.
ifilrhico,,sl per box, or six boxes for $5.
/Went by mil, !twig postage, on receipt or price.
twwilo ol . olPL AL I QMV
/cud received as [dell] .1100
PRICE .THREE CENTS.
Penilsylvania Rail Road
srutuiro Tame. TABLE,.
FIVE TRAMS DAILY TO AND FOUR
TttHE Passenger Trains of the Pemisylvani
Railroad Company will depart frorn and arrive at Har
risburK and Philadelphia as follows; • •
THROUGH EXPRESS TRAIN leaves - Harrisburg daily
at 2.46.. a. U. and arrives at West Philadelphiaut 8.65 A. Y.
PAST LINE leaves Harrisburg daily (except .Monday)
6.00 and arrives at West Philadelphia at-10.10 m:
Passengers take breakfast at Lancaster.
MOUNT JOY ACCOMMODATION, leaves Harr: thug at
at., connects ut LannWer lath Lancaster accarn
modatton train, and and arrives at West Philadelphia at
12.26 P. m.
1.20 P. rd
2.80 A. xr
COLUMBIA. ACCOMMODATIOIr TRAIN, [saves Harris
burg at 1.2 20 P. X. ; Columbia 1.56 p. rt. , and arrives at
Lancaster 2.30 P. X. • connecting with Past Mail east at
Lancaster for Philadelphia, and arrives at West Philadel
phia at 5.30 p.x.
MAIL TRAIN leaves Harrisburg at L2O P. ; Lancaster
at 2.47 P. ht, and arrivesat West Yhtledeiptda at 5.30 P. X
HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, via Colum
bia, leaves Harrisburg at 5.25 P. X., and arrives at West
rtille4elphla at 10.50 ar.
BALTIMORE EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Harrisburg daily
(except Monday) at 2.10 a. at. ; Altoona, 7.35 a. at., take
breakfast, and arrives at Pittsburg at 12.30 P. re.
PHILAMELPHIA. EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Harrisburg
daily at 3.10 A.m.; Altoona at 8.20 a. at., take broaktitac
and arrives at Pittsburg at 1.00 r. m.
MAIL TRAM leaves liamsburg at 130 P. xi ; Altoona:
at Mb P. x., take supper, and arrives at Pittsburg at 12.00
FAST LINE leaves Harrisburg at S. P. Y. ; Altoona at
8.35 P. X take supper, and arrives at Pittsburg at 1.00
MOUNT JOT AOCONMODATION leaves Lancaster at
9.30 A. M. arrives. at Harrisburg at 11.10 A. N.
HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION TRAIN leaves West
Philadelphia at 2.43 P. K u and arrives at Harrisburg at 8.10
MOUND JOY ACCOMMODATION No. 2, leaves Lancas
ter at 6.25 P. M., connecting there with Harrisburg Accom
modation West, leaves Mount Joy at 7.00 P. x. and arrives
at Harrisburg at 8.20 P. M.
SAMUEL D. YOUNG,
Supt. Middle Div. Penn's R R.
Harrisburg, May 13, 1831.--dtf
Northern Central Railway
. SUMMER TINE %%MN.
THREE TRAINS DAILY
TO AND IDOM •
Connections made with trains on Pennsylvania Railroad,
to and from Pittsburg and the West.
THREE TRAINS DAILY to and from the North and
West Branch Susquehanna, Elmira, and all of Northern
ON and after MONDAY, BUY 16th, 1864,
the Passenger Trains of the Northern Central
Railway will arrive ,at and depart from Harrisburg and
Baltimore as follows,
MAIL TRAIN leaves Sunbury daily (except
Sunday) • 10.25 a, at
• I " leaves Harrisburg • L2O P. X
cc . aniveitat Ileitintore.. 6.40 P. X
Emma TRAIN leaves Sunbury dail y (except
Sunday) 1E46 P. m.
leaves • Harri sburg (except
Monday) ' 2.50 a. m
" arrives at Baltimore daily
(oxcept•Monday). . . £X.
RARRLSBURG ACCOMMODATION leaves Har-•
burg . 7.00 A.
STINSURY ACCOMMODATION loaves Sun
bury daily (except Sub.
day) at " 30 A. 51 .
MAIL TRACT leaves Baltimore daily (except
Sunday - 0.20 A. x.
leaves Harr )
isburg 1.35 r. x.
arrives at Sunbury 4.05' P. at
EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Baltimore daily 9.30 r.
arrives at Harrisburg 1.50 A. x
.eaves Harrisburg daily (ex
cept Monday) 315 A. at .
ArrivesatSunbury 5.4:1 A a
HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION leaves Bai•
timore daily (except Sun
-1a) , 3.00 r. m.
" arrives at Harrisburg 7.50 P. X,
SUNBURY ACCOMMODATION leaves Harris
burg daily (except Sunday)
at 4 00 r • x.
For further information apply at the Office, in Pennsyl
vania Railroad Depot. J. N. DOBARRY,
Harrisburg, May IS, 11154.4tf Gen: Supt.
NEW AIR LINE ROUTE.
THREE TRAINS DAII.I WO NEW YORK
ON AND AFTER MONDAY, November
16th, 1866, the Paasenger,Traina will leave the Phißt
delphia sad Reading Railroad Depot, at Harriahurg, for
New York and Philadelphia, as follows, viz :
=I"RE33 LLNIE leaves Harrisburg at 8.30 A. AL, on ae.
rival of the Pennsylvania Railroad Express Train from the
West, arriving In New York at 1.46 A. IL A sleeping ear
is attached to the train through from Pittsburg without
HAIL TRAIN leaves Harrisburg at 8.00 a. at, arriving
in New York at 5.80 r. N., and Philadelphia at 1.60 P. M.
FAST LINE leaves Harrisburg at 2.00 e, N. arriving in
New York at 10.26 P and Philadelphia at 1.00 P. ar.
FAST LINE leaves New York at aoo A. x. , and Phila
delphia at 8.18 A. ac , arriving at Harrisburg at 1.15 P. at.
HAIL TRAIN leaves New York at 12.00 noon, and
Philadelphia at &SO P. K., arriving at Harrisburg at 8.20
EXPRESS TRAIN leaves New York at 7.00 p. tr., ar•
riving at liarrisbnrg at 2.00 A. at and connecting with the
Pennsylvania Express Train for Pitlehurg. A sleeping car
is also attached to this train.
Connections are made at Harrisburg with trsins on the
Pennsylvania, Northern Central and Cumberland Valley
railroads, and at Reading for Philadelphia, Pottsville,
Wilkesbarre, Allentown, Easton, '
Baggage checked through. Fare between New York
and Harrisburg, $6 16 ; between. Harrisburg and Philacte4
ph*, $3 86 in No. 1 04/T, and .13 in NO. 2.
For tickets or ether Information apply to
GREAT TRUNK LINE FROM THE
- NORTH and Northwestfor nuadelphla,New York,
Reading, Pottsville, Lebanon, Allentown, Easton, dm, &o.
Trains leave Harrisburg for Philadelphia, New York,
Reading, Pottsville and all intermediate stations, at 8.00.
A. a., mid 2.00 P. a.
New York Express leaves Harrisburg at 8.80 It.,
arriving at New York at Ldli the same dliy.
A special Accommodation Passenger train leaves Read
nit at 7.15 a. m., and returns from Harrisburg at 6 P. re.
Pares Irmo Harrisburg: To New York, $5 15; to pu s ;
delphiasB 85 and $2 80. Baggage checked through.
Returning, leave New York at 6A. lr. t 12 noon, and ?
1 .. an., (mistral Espress mitring at Harrisburg at 2 a. IL)
Leave Philadelphia at 8 16a.m., and 8.80 r.
moil* cars in the New York Express Trains,through
to and from Pittsburg without ...
passengers by the Clittawitea Railroad leave 'Tamaqua
a t &be s. ac, and. 2.10 r. m., for Philadelphb, New York,
and all way points.
Trains leave Pottsville at 8.15 e, m. and 1.50 p. IL
Philadelphia, Harrisburg and Newyork. --
An AeoommodatlexPaasissar train leaves Reading it
SAWA it., and returns from fladowq at r. at
jogr thialboveSratna rat daily, Sunday exeepted. _
A Sunday train leaves Pottsville at LBO A . L and Pip.
Cominaation, Kilearditeaaan arid Sissatains WWI at
radacee iatteto and frenvipatata.
NV s, 160--e*WK
J. 3. CLYDE,
44.3 - aer4l Agent, liffrriabare
1 - 1-4&-01111-16 - - -
. • spa xtr!s-440112 40 " ---
cam. • • •
Eight liaergioreth a n tot
tan 4 assn EZtir - aiir - .7
Ons daYi $ 30
Two days 5O
Muse dsYs 75
One we •• • • ..... 26
Om month 3 00
Two months .. 450
Three Months.— 6 60' i
Six months .. 8 00
One year....... ....:15 001
Marti ise Notices
Funeral No • ices each taste
Any. Business notices his
before iages and P.-
each - aeartion.
Ipater froni -Extrope.
THE RAPTURE OF THE PIRATE GEORGIA
THE SUCCESS AT MOBILE.
Opinions of the .English Press.
Nzw Yous, Sept. 6.
The steamer Seotia has arrived with Liver
pool dates to the 27th, via Queenstown on the
•Thb steamers City of Manchester and Vir
ginia arrived at Qaeenstown on the 27th, and
the Africa arrived ont on the 28th.
The U. S. steamer Iroquois left Havre,
Aug. 29th, and proceeded towards Boulogne.
ilth London lkiiise News and Morning cost
both have editorials showing that the seizure
of thh Georgia was legaL and that the BritMli
GoVeimment cannot interfere, as a Confeder
ate war vessel could not legally be sold In a
The London Times also editorially ques
tions whether the Repu oilcans are any more
inclined for recognition or reconciliation than
they were a year ago.
The French C Wier Due Ls, omush.e has been
suspended for two months.
"The weekly returns of the Bank of France
show an increase in cash of 4,333,000 francs.
The Liverpool Gburar editorially says that
Mr. Bates did not purchase the Georgia. All
the custom's authorities informed him that
'she should be regititered as a British vessel,
and She was accordingly registered. It also
publishes evidence that her charter for the
service of the Portugese Government was bona
The Army and IN'avy tic?letie admits that a
Federal success at Mobile e, en in its present
proportions is considerable, and as regards
peace it declares its belief that the existence
of a peace party is mythical, and that as long
as there is a ray of hope the North will maron
onward to its end empire.
Arrests continue to be made in Tyrol, owing
to all illegal conspiracy to detach it:llia-a Ty
rol from Austria.
The funeral of eight persons, killed in the
Geneva boats, passed off quietly without a
renewal of the disturbance's.
Front the Shenandoah Nader.
H.A.RPEE'S FEU; Sept. 5.
The übiquitous Mosby is around again,-
An ambulance train of thirty-tive wagons
which started from here yesterday were all
except four captured by that guerrilla. These
wagons had delivered their wounded and.
were returning to the front, and it was known
that it would have to pass through a country
fora distance of thirty miles, all of which was
infested by the enemy, yet strange to say no
escort was offered or given them.
This is not the first train that has been
captured, and the enemy need feel no un
easiness about either stock, supplies, wagons
or ammunitions of war, if this thing is tti.be
This same train froth the front with ita
cargo of wounded, without any escort, de-:
posited them and returned without reporting
to General Stevenson. The 'latter hering•Of
the guerillas' whereabouts ordered Captain ,
Blazer, with one hundred picked men, to pro
ceed in search of Moseby and endeavor to -
recapture our lost property. He met the.
enemy, two.hruidred strong; and, after a gal
lant contest, succeeded in retaking forty
horses and pliant five - of IYloseby's followers.
Major Kellocg, 123 d Ohio, and Dr. Shel
ling, 36th Ohio, were captured.
Our army i! it shot:Cur I-.
but there was no news from . it to-day and
there Was no fighting yesterday.
The 61st Pennsylvania, commanded by Col.
Smith, returned home yesterday. They
numbered two hundred and eighteen officers
Captain Flagg Las relieved Caoain Gard
ner as Post Quartermaster.
From Fortress Monroe.
Bammtwis, Sept. 6.—The steamer Geor
gians arrived this morning from Fortress
Monroe, but she brings no later news of im
pbrtance. Her passengers speak of the
cheerful feeling now perceptible in our army,
and state that the news from. Sherman's array
has been productive of the happiest results.
A number of army and navy heroes came
passengers in the Georgians.
Markets by Telegraph.
PartAnsrmite,, September 6.
The attendance at the Corn exchange was
very slim, and trade in all department& con
• envies much depressed. For flour there is no,
export demand, and the sales are only in a
small way to the trade, for home con-sump-.
tion, at $lO 50 up to $l3 00 per barrel for
superfine and extra family. In Rye flour and
corn meal there is nothing doing. Wheat -is
dull, and rather low, quote nominally at $2 50
(52 53 for old Pennsylvania, and *2 60@
2 70 for New York. Pennsylvania and South
ern white ranges from $2 80 to $3 00. Rye
is steady at si 85@1 88. There is-but- a
moderate demand for corn at $1 73 for yellow--
and $1 62 for Western mixed. Oats are held
at .89c for new Southern • barley. Malt is
scarce. Quercitra bark is quiet at $5l 00 per
ton for No 1. But little is doing in seeds,
clover is held at $l5 00®,16 00 pdr 74 pounds.
Timothy $6 50, and flaxseed is steady' at
$3 65. Provisions are Arm, prices have an
upward tendency. Petroleum is dull,: crude
:49(4500 refined, free 88(00c, do in bond 81
4860. Benzine is scarce, and held at 43®48c.
Whisky is dull ; sales are only in a small way
at $1 8501 86 for distilled, and prison,
$1 88 for western.
Rumnymn, Sept. 6. - s4ady. Wheat
Anil and lower. White corn quiet st $1 88
01 89 - yellow $1 70. Whisky dull. Gro
ceries heavy. Rio coffee 47®484c.
FOIL *ALS .
. TEN-ECORSE power! -stea m engine and
boiler, steam pipes, water pipes,- puunce savi pater
complete-, eseidatingengine and cyliniter.lx>ller;=raannfar,
tared by "Joel Weidman, patent improved eseiiiating .en
gLue builder. May be seen ai Canal shops; foot or Walnut
street, Harrisburg. ,
For to sic., enquire at Canal aloe, Marke t
near united States Hotel.
. I n l 7 1864
wi, the endereiviettetter fors ale.:a 146 %tit&
of.pr*si , • g
--PAW ittitithito as. -the btiosaejr_
% , ,d4 W.. ep,ilr .
r constitute a square.
T V7O days...— -1 09
Three day* 1 2;
Oha ;week 276
Two s~ouE~ 600.
Three months 11 00
Six ruentbs 15 00
Oneyear 25 00
a • 40
4 in the Local Ookcma, or
Ennirr ChcaTs mot Las for